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Vol. 57, No. 44 University of FloridaGainesville Tuesday, Nov. 3. 1964

I 'THE DEEP SOUTH'S' FINEST COLLEGE DAILY"I! I


I Nation Decides- Today- ; "



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By UNITED PRESS I INTERNATIONALCandidates century. I I
Louis Harris, In a copyright poll in the Washington Post, said
for the nation's two highest offices made last minute Johnson would get 64 per cent of the ballots to 36 per cent for Gold-
Record Voter
appeals for votes Monday and then left their futures In the hands water. !
of the people. Each of the four candidates returned to their home states Monday.
About 72 million Americans were expected to vote Tuesday in a Johnson to Texas, Humphrey to Minnesota, Goldwater to Arizonaand
turnout enhanced by a general forecast of good weather. Democratsand Miller to New York. Likely HereMrs.Befhea
most professional polls predicted a huge margin of victory for The President scheduled election eve speeches in Houston and
President Johnson and Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey. The Republican Austin before going to his LBJ Ranch at Johnson City to spend the
challengers, Sen. Barry M. Goldwater and Rep. William E. Miller, night. -
however, insisted the nation would see the political upset of the (Continued On Page 3))

Good weather should bring an
3 Blocs estimated 2 ,000 voters to the pollsIn
Alachua County today,according I
to Mrs. Alma K. Dethea, supervisor -
ChargedThree of registration.
This estimate Includes 1,486 absentee -
'
UP fraternities will have c n f a T"h ballots, Mrs. Dethea said.
bloc seating violation complaints M Yf FStj This would be a record turnoutIn
filed against them by the Univer- Alachua County. Slightly more
sity Police, bloc seating Chair- than 19,000 voted In the primary
man Hugh McArthur said late yes- / y elections last spring.
terday. wr Y Alachua County has 32,816 registered -
,
McArthur said the action will \ voters. Of these, 29,686are
be taken against Kappa Alpha, r registered as Democrats,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and \G \ij 2,614 as Republlcwns, and 916 as
Sigma Nu fraternities for "Inci- ,Q.: .' \ Independents.Mrs. .
dences Involving lack of coopera- ", '1I! ,, .WI".. "'" Dethea would not predict
tion in moving from seats which .L" presidential election results for
they were sitting when University 1 Alachua County. In the presidential
Police attempted to remove them in z QAtht elections of 1092, I 1096, and 1960,
order to seat people with the pro- -rm the county voted Republican by a
per tickers." small margin. Alachua supported
McArthur said the cases have : Strom Thurmond and theDlxlerrat
4 4ir
not yet been Investigated.He party in 1948.
said the three fraternities
"A ground swell of write-in
will be called before a disciplinary ... votes for Robert King High and
committee composed of him- LeRoy Collins may hurt Haydon I
self, Lester L. Hale, Dean of Burns In the gubernatorial race,"
Student Affairs; Frank T. Adams, I, '. Mrs. Dethea said.
Dean of Men; Audie I. Shuler, ; "However, I don't expect the
chief of University Police; Coach write-In vote to be very large ,
Percy Beard of the Athletic Asso- "she continued.
in Alachua County, .
ciation; Student Body Pres. Ken "People accustomed to voting ,
Kennedy; and Ron LaFace, presi- /.,.... :' along party lines will probablydo
dent of Florida Blue Key. ... so."
He said the fraternities will be .,
/ .
Floridians will bo voting on
called before the committee with .
13 constitutional ammendments.
those persons involved and after fever and don't always see i Prominent among these are the
from
ALLIGATOR staffers aren't exempt political
all sides have been heard, it will EVEN
legislative reapportlonmentamendment
be decided if punishment is deemed eye-to-eye in the campaign. Staffer Donnie Mathison, left, a Goldwater girl seem S the Board of Regents

necessary McArthur, and said if as so,yet what no kind.time unhappy with fellow worker Nancy Brachey's affection for LBJ. (Photo by Carolyn fund amendment amendment., and a state school

for the meeting has been set. Johnston)



Richman Nominee For AthleficDept.Aids :



Rhodes ScholarshipGerry UF Dollars Drive :


The OOOdol1..radunatedbyth4p
Richman, UF Honor Court Chancellor, of Miami Beach has Fy UF Athletic Department may be Honor Roll I
been selected the Rhodes Scholar Nominee from the UF. just the Incentive the students need EAST JENNINGS HALL .
Richman, 4 LW, graduates from Law School in December and hasa to push this ytar's Dollars for I
3.02 average there. He earned his D.A. in Building Constructionwith Scholars drive over the top, said $44 DELTA UPSILON
a 3.4 overall average. Richman is a member of the UF Hall Bill McBride, chairman of the FRATERNITY S35
of Fame, Florida Blue Key, and is listed in"Who's Who in American drive. These have con- J
Colleges." He was president of Alpha Epsilon Pi social fraternity, The Athletic Department has put groups
National vcie-president of Sigma Lambda Chi honorary society anda $ ,000 dollars on the line as a tributed. More will con-
member of Scabbard and Blade military honorary. donation to the drive. However, tribute, and will be added f
Richman was selected by the UF Rhodes Scholar Committee, made strings are attached. The Athletic the honor roll.
to
up of six professors: A.A. Murphee, Chairman and a Rhodes Scholarin Department Is matching every 32 Moneycan
1929; Robert B. Mautz, vice-president for Academic Affairs; Dr. the students raise with 91 of Its be turned into the
E.R. Jones, Asst. Dean of Graduate School; Dr. Clyde )I. Williams, third floor of the Florida
Asst. Professor of Radiology and a past Rhodes Scholar; Dr.GeorgeE. own.The goal of Dollars Scholars
Wolff, Director of Invitational Honors; and Dr. James Hodges, Head Is 913,000. If the students raise Union tonight from 7 p.m.to .
of the University College English, C3. 910,000 dollars,the foal will be met 9:30 p.m.
On Dec. 15, Richman will appear before the State Committee cf Selection with the ,000 from the Athletic
in Miami. Here he will compete against the nominees from the Department. university In the state of Florida."
other Florida colleges and also any residents of Florida<< who receivedthe GERRY RICHMAN, UF Athletic Director Fay Gram "At the beginning of the year"
nomination from a college out of state. The candidate has the said he thinks the Dollars for Graves continued, "one of Ken
choice: of competing In the state of his college or in the state of his Honor Court Chancellor, Scholars fund drive is one of the Kennedy's planks in his platform
residence. The State Committee will select two candidates. If GerryIs has been nominated as the but schohrihipprojramslneilstanc wu to promote Utter student
one of the two selected, he will go to the Southeastern District university's Rhodes Scholar *. morale. This Is just another way "".
Committee on December 19th. "We presented this challenge to the Athletic Department and the
The Southeastern Committee will pick four students to get the nominee, It was ann- the UF students," said Graves, students of this university can work
scholarship: of $2500. Then an eight districts In America with four ounced yesterday. "so they could help Florida main- more closely to promote the wel-
scholarships from each, making 32 Rhode Scholarships given yearlyin bin 1U present rjJUngastheNo.l (Continued On Page 3).1 )
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:::::;::. be taken Nov. 5 at 7:30 pm1jmf Bus TicketsTickets may pick up applications ::::::::
;:: ;; In the Bryan Lounge of the for the IFC's three tuition ::::::::
:$:::$:: FU. grant-in-alds In room 129, Ti- :::::::: :ft TEICHER
:::::: for a bus to and from gert Hall this week. The aids :::::::: THH'PBQPLH'B. CHCJICK
Seminole the UF-FSU football game will will be awarded on the basis :::::::: YOU ,
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:::: Broward Hall women will be bulletin boards in any dorm. may do so by sending their :::::::: i'""
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;I::: selling assorted cookies and Your favorite hits in the famed Ferrante
The one to watch
f.:::::: brownies today through the UF Foundation, Tlgert :::::::: & Teicher style. You chose them. Now :
;1::::::: Thursday In their lobbyto Hall. Checks should be made :::::::: watch them become the hits of an age.
:4W::::::: raise money for Dollars for Election PartyThe payable to Carson Fund UF :::::::: Your age. People's.Choice: your choice _
::::::.1: Scholars. Foundation. :::::::: today. Stereo lUSUIS and Monaural UAU31StGott

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be located In the Fletcher Meeting
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for all to watch ::::::::
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Tigert 331. A round of practice ::::::::
ili Change of Date debates has been' 'scheluled. ::::::::

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a Head, Department of Music have observed that not only can
he sing extremely well, but he is
The Doris Goldovsky productionof tall and handsome, possesses a
Puccini's .La Boheme will be magnetic personality, and can act
presented by the Lyceum Council with extraordinary force and
in Florida Gymnasium tonight at passion.
Edward Alley, the young
ww; l 8:15.The
traveling company of fifty American conductor who conductedthe
/A includes orchestra and outstanding Goldovsky Company's
'
young soloists in a complete production of "Tosca" here last
production with costuming and November, will again wield the,,

scenery. All seats are In reserved baton.. ______ _L._
t E'" sections and cost $2. d ,,
I = UP students can obtain ticketson r

... ._,._-....::;-..--,- ......"'. their IJ. cards; faculty may
purchase tickets at a fifty percent
COACH RAY Graves, left, and Chairman Bill McBride of Dollars for Scholars discount.

I drive remind students of the UF Athletic Department's two-for-one challenge to Tickets are available today and
student dollar tonight at the door. During the day,
students. The Department will contribute to the drive for every
townspeople may purchase ticketsat
collected. (Photo by Bob Ellison) the Record Bar, 923 W. Univ. a)
Av., UP students may pick up their
DollarsContinued tickets at the Information booth r ,
II Election II across the street from the Hub, r' Ace

( From Pace 1)) and faculty tickets may be
purchased In Room 108 of the Music
tare of the UF. (Continued From Page 1)) Building
McBride commented Graves had
helped the drive before as wellas Humphrey was In Los Angeles and Salt Lake City and then flew
YOUNG ARTISTS g
other scholarship funds aroundthe to Minneapolis, Minn. He and Johnson capped their campaigns witha
UF. The Athletic Departmentthis taped joint television appearance NBC at 10 p.m. EST. Twenty-two year old Mary Beth r tr
year is donating $15,000 to Goldwater flew from Phoenix to San Francisco to appeal for votesin Pell brings to the part of Mimi
other funds and then returned to Arizona.His .
scholarship on campus that heavily Democratic region the Ideal attributes for this
and the $5,000 bud- town of Fredonla Ariz., wherehe
above beyond last appearance was at the small poignant role. Miss Pell Is a
geted to the Dollars for Scholars has always closed out his campaigns. student of Lotte Lehmann and, In WILDER
drive. Miller left Washington for his home town of Lockport, N. Y., spite of her youth, has a remark-
where he will await the returns. He and Goldwater also used televisionfor able record of operatic success. ELECTION NIGHT
"':-:->':'*"': ::' : late evening appeals. They and their families appeared on a
""-' ,., Soprano Carol Courtman, who
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::il::, 1, tapped program CBS at 9:30 p.m. EST.
: sings the role of Musetta, the The opera performance tor the
'>;1 i; Perhaps the central issue throughout the long and bitter campaignhas coquette, has received critical UF was scheduled for election night

been peace and national prosperity. praise for her work In recital, because It was impossible obtain
:H! Goldwater and his running mate have hammered at the theme that
concert, and opera and especially a performance for any other date.
fIPII''! only a Republican administration understands the nature of the Commu- for her Gilbert and Sullivan per- We assure all politically minded
nist threat and how to deal with it. formances with the Savoy Company opera fans that their attendance at
They also have charged that the nation cannot be economically of Philadelphia. the opera tonight will not affect
IIILl111Ilia : hea.Jiy under a Democratic administration which would continue to Tenor Dean Wilder, who sings the outcome of the election.
take wealth and freedom from the individual. the role of Rodolfo,the poet,comes Following the opera performancethere
ILi,1Hij Johnson and Humphrey have countered that Goldwater cannot be to the Goldovsky Grand Opera will be plenty of time to
: trusted as the commander in chief of the world's most powerful Theatre from Portland, Ore., indulge in joy or despair as election
nation with its nuclear arsenal.In where he made his operatic debutas returns come in via radio and
domestic matters, they said, the Republicans would roll back Florestan In Beethoven's television from all over the
How sell social welfare and strengthened by Democraticand
to programs adopted "Fldello" In a recent season. country.
Republican administrations alike during the last 30 years. He has a well established
Tuesday the peoole decide who was right. reputation in the Northwest for LOOKING AHEAD

yourself into .-. success In varied operatic roles.
Marcello, the painter, will be The Fine Arts String Quartetof
sung by bass-baritone Ronald Chicago will be the next Lyceum
a goodjob See What's- New in Holgate who has been a member Council attraction Nov. 11 at 8:18:
of the Goldovsky Company for In the University Auditorium. The
several seasons. Holgate has won program will consist of works by
Send for free booklet the praise of critics both In New Haydn, Hlndemith, and Brahms.
The Browse ShopTHE -
Maurice Warnock of ArmstrongCork

college, started graduation: at a salesman and sold 1 after his WARREN REPORT. .ed. by The New York TimesA ouR HoMfBAK.ED:

wa c top.
During the past live )'coars. i IV'..
CONCISE HISTORY OF MODERN SCULPTURE
of the men chosen as chief executive IASA9MA
ollicers fur companies listed Herbert Read
on the N wYurkSwk Exchangehave
come up from prior successful /is THE HiT
experience as territorial sales THE HAMLET . . . . William Faulkner

men.Here area few of the thousandsof OF THeCAMPOS

presidents who started their BASIC ELECTRONICS. . . Dept. of The Army
careers as salesmen:
Ray Cppert. President yr@tacmanells
Burroughs Corporation WHERE I STAND . . . Barry Goldwater
Lewis Gruber. PresidentP. u
Lorillard Company)
Frank R. Armour Jr. Pre*. MATHEMATICAL PREPARATIONS FOR PHYSICAL

Roy H.J.J.Heinz Sund.Company President) CHEMISTRY . . . . Forrington Daniels

American Can Company) .
Cburtland S. Gross. Pres.
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Lockheed Aircraft CorporationJ. TECHNICAL AND REFERENCE ",
Ward Keener. PresidentB.
F. Goodrich CompanyA
new booklet published by a QUANTUM THEORY OF ATOMIC STRUCTUREVOL.

nonprofit educational foundation ( 1 AND 2)). . . . . .John C. Slater
,tells how the chief execuweorficersofmany
largecorporation
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got their start. Regular price 2V ADVANCED INORGANIC CHEMISTRY <
Sent free to college students.
Just send this ad with your Colton & Wilkinson
name and address and the fact .'
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tunities in Shcmg."Will be marledtorouwithoutcostorobligation ARCHITECTURAL CONSTRUCTION..Theodore Crone U' (

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But, there are
Don't vote today if ".
defined ideas '
in this campaign. Don't '
Idealistic editorial w3
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do their duty as
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vote."
The logical
In dallies and weeklies
turnout and, might we
action?
Not so. Democracy,
quantity of votes or
sheer nonsense. The
60 per cent or 70 per
votes, but rather, the The Dust Has Settled
by those voting.
The Alligator has heterogeneous Illinois electorate that his
highest office in the Editor moderate ideas can coexist alongside those of
In fact, we should be the conservative downstate voters "Goldwater
well as a few misplaced and not "who will Country."
since it is acknowledged in the minds

to a Democratic victory. of the American In Ohio, the 47-year old son of "Mr.
Again we wish to eve. Republican," former Senator Robert Taft, is
Our purpose here Itself tonight on an running ahead of his aging Democratic opponent
reading this newspaper casts doubt 75-year old Stephen Young, whose major
makes in the voting polls, then we are achievement is that of winning by default over
Don't vote, as did since Franklin astronaut John Glenn.
because the candidate of Alf Landon
"is so masculine," or
of your decision to that unless Goldwater Ohio may well go Goldwater and the young
nation a favor and today that he and Taft--while no Goldwater Republican..may well
right to vote. a tltantic struggle reap the benefits. Taft's future, like that of
If here is doubt in on the Republican Henry Cabot Lodge, is predicated on the past,
a hasty decision once 1968. The forces of and his Ideology step to the left of Gold-
that you "voted." ,at work water and a few shades to the right of Nixon
electorate making wise might well spell the winning formula for 1968.
Quality rather than 1 Taft denounced the Supreme Court's
This applies I reapportionment ruling, opposes US-Soviet joint
whom you know little or trade, would slap an embargo on Cuba and
and you are so Gainesville."I'm I denounces more mildly than Goldwater the
becomes as much of 'expanding, encroaching national government."
fraternity or saluting These are the men to watch tomorrow and
vote "straight" party. the weeks following tomorrow. Upon them, as
the least. well as upon the Keatings Cases, Rockefellers,
Altruistically, the Hatflelds, Mortons and others, may well rest
"Jest because grandad the future of the GOP.
does not know who is SPENCER
then at least be honest
In America the GOP after today's UF AAUP UrgesEDITOR
aura about It, so that
about as delicate a win, although this is
Yet, still, voters the conservative- :
make the right choice and World Report,
one knows little about than David Lawrence Florida voters on Election Day will make a
that 362 electoral choice which vitally affects the college educationof
,' the magic number their children and the future welfare of our
The Johnson and that state. We refer to the Board of Regents Amend
48 votes are leaning ment (No. '2) to the State Constitution.Dr. .
remaining undecided, Ralph MCdonald, in the study of higher
today will be a V-J education in Florida, made in 1963, stressed that
"In no other state does the state's governing
Currently several board for its higher education system. .have
Served forefront, should the such weak status in government, such an
and make their uncertain role of leadership. .such fluid
membership. .as is found in Florida. He
Editor . . and 1960 nominee also emphasized the need, keenly felt by faculty
Managing Editor virogously and students in our universities, of minimizingthe
Executive Editor Goldwater, would be a influence of politics on higher education.
Assistant Managing his 1960 loss and the Approval of Amendment Two will permit
Assistant Managing not politically dead. members of the board governing our public
Editorial Page has also hesitatingly universities to be appointed for staggered termsof
Sports Editor . candidacy, but without nine years rather than the current four.
City Editor. . always seems After the initial appointments a vacancy for
Campus Living little, too late." San one board member would be filled each year.It .
the beginning and usually takes a governing board member
Editorial Assistants presidential aspira- several years to become fully acquainted with
,Donita Mathison, Sam ) him and Goldwater the special nature of higher education problems.In .
Stan Kulp (Cartoonist) boomlet for "Bill recognition of this, four-fifths of the states
have terms of tenure for periods longer than
Reporters .. a prime source four years. For example, Regents of the
Ton Levine (Tigert : Michigan Governor University of California are appointed for termsof
Joe Waldorf, Sharon refused to beat the 16 years.
Lee Alexander. Agnes despite reluctant The University of California and other
Evan Langbeln. \ is fighting a Institutions of higher education in which board
Jeffrey Denkewalter, political skin from members serve for long terms and political
Greg Seitz Sue state Democratic control is at a minimum have attained a peak
erected the Machine of academic excellence. Let us strive for a
governor's mansion similar goal in Florida.
THE FLORIDA of Soapy Williams, Those who favor achieving a superior systemof
of the University of sparkling personality, higher education In Florida are encouragedto
except during May, governor and vote for Amendment Two.lt is listed on voting
weekly. Only Romney is only machines as "Terms of Office Created by the
Alligator. Columns Legislature.
The Alligator Is rising political star
States Post Office at Hartlng Percy, Is Cecil N. Smith, President
banking heavily on his ability to convince the UF Chapter, AAUP





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LETTERS Tuesday, Nov. 3, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5 "


Former 'Great White Knight' AnswersEDITOR

'Machine Over Man'EDITOR


: concede that a small student body president'sbox :
similar to Dr. Reitz's, might be a fitting
RE: Mr. Joseph Castellu's letter to you, and quaint, additional parallel fixture for SG Another blow for humanity was struck this
published In the Oct. 30 edition: to try and secure. Then 3rd Floor Union morning when those large filthy pecan trees
Pardon my presumptuousness, Mr. Castello, would be more than ever like the grown folks.) (and others) In back of Grove Hall were lovingly
but since I am on the early receiving end of "It is an established fact In any ordered and efficiently removed under (we presume)
your four years' observation of "Alligator society that the leaders of that society are the auspicious auspices of our own dear Plants
editors In action," it would be very unlike the accorded privileges in recognition of their and Grounds Department. And what ho the reason
"Great White Knight" I once was to remain service and responsibility," you wrote. for this act? Why for to create a "functional"
silent. To my mind, in this here-today-gone- parking lot for our blessed autos (after all,
"Journalistic Incompetence," you say, Is a tomorrow atmosphere of academic acquisition, the pedestrian is an OUT medium of trans-
common 'Gator editor trait. Ignoring the the "service and responsibility"(AND the honor portation). (In all probability this lot will serve
offensiveness of the term for a moment, let's AND the achievement) of high position In the faculty rather than student'parking anywaybutthis
pose one question: As a senior In Arts & student body ARE privileges therein derived. Is of little consequence and time will tell.)
Sciences, Just how proficient, from a mature Anybody can be Just an average Joe In his Efforts by the students in the form of a
and professional standpoint, are you in your tenure here; but there's a lot of Immediate sign reading "Leave the D-.- Trees Alone"
chosen field? How prepared are you to assume self-satisfaction that goes with standing out, to proved rather ineffectual as the Prole being
the responsibility of competently performing say nothing of the good It does you later on. operated by the bulldozer could not read and
fulltime work In your profession? Editing the Lest we forget, these glorified positions are continued to play Mau-Mau anyway.We .
Alligator, I can assure you, Is fulltime work--- Just like everything else here: Preparation.One are positive there was good reason for
and for parttlme wages, which do nothing to last note: Don't call The Alligator"the this action; after all,Is not proximity happiness?
relieve the weight of the concurrent academic sandbox" of the Journalism School. It has Besides, would not those dirty, green, eMory-
load. (Mr. Lundy, Incidentally, Is carrying 17 nothing---not even that---to do with the JM phyll-infested organlslsm harboring birds and
hours this term.) School, and such name calling Is no more other vermin, occupy at most 10(count them -
Your assertion to the editor, that "there are accurate than your contention that the UF does ten) parking spaces?
plenty of qualified students who will be gladto not "have a dally newspaper of which it couldbe What possible rationalization is there for
assume your position and your salary," Is Justly proud." saving a tree? They don't add to the pocketbookof
almost laughable. There 'probably isn't one It could be, and is. the UF, you know. (Don't say anything trite
"qualified" student anywhere near this and ridiculous as "they provide shade" and "a
university capable of editing a daily paper witha JIM MOORHEAD place to take a break or to walk by during the
circulation of 15,000. Editor, 1960-61 day." How can this equal the aesthetic excitementof
The Job usually goes to the poor unfortunatewho the clamour and glamour of asphalt and
most persuasively argues and demonstrateshis chrome gleaming and glaring In the sun undera
readiness for this dubiously rewarding bright clear sky.
position--and I marvel each go-round at the No--the trees must got! Yet another fine
number of candidates who make themselves example of machine over man.
available. Sometimes I think they ought to 'Is Leg Serious?'
know better.As (ED. NOTE: This letter was signed! by 46AlllQAtOR
( for your snide insinuation of "politics" students.)
surrounding Mr. Lundy's appointment, all he EDITOR:
apparently did was submit credentials to the ACCOMMODATING?
Board of Student Publications superior to thoseof Is the Legislative Council serious? Perhaps

his competitor). they think The Alligator staff Is incompetentwhich \\L I( Boy, we'll say we are.
You can throw off a "messiah complex"all (following this line of reasoning) would
For those of who
you like, but it's a fortunate thing for the mean that those responsible for the appointmentof you
reading public that most editors everywhere the staff were Incompetent. Maybe this is are SO BUSY you can't
possess a trait more-or-less fitting that their way of getting even (?) for the resultsof even STAND STILL
description.Show the last referendum. Truly this is an To
me the editor worth his typewriter experiment 'democracy.' long enough to get

ribbon who doesn't feel concern and May I ask, what precedent is the Council theftoRIO your SEMINOLE PIC
responsibility for society's problems. That's going to use to pass censure and control of taken our charitablephotographerwho
what the Job is all about. The Alligator? Perhaps they wish to make it ,
Now, regarding your distaste for the a model of PRAVDA (excuse me for laughing a
..
Alligator's "manufactured cause" of "block in Russian). Is staying five extra
(sic) seating" and alllts_ unsavory ramifications. Certainly they couldn't think they are more this weekwilluse
I'd like to know of another issue --- capable of Juding the balance and make-up of a days
particularly at this time of year ---more likelyto good newspaper better than those in the pro- his HIGH SPEED
arouse the Interest of the average student, fession. It might even be a good bet that they CAMERA and catch
than that he Is Just possibly getting rooked out are overstepping their authority. If not, we needa fo-, the run.Track
good Student Government Constitution in a you on
of decent seats at one or two football games.
"Actually," you said of your own fraternitybloc hurry.As team sprinters are not
"we do not really care where we sit at a final remark, I would suggest! that the ADVERTISING excluded.Our .
football games as long as we are permittedto Council open their sand see the consequencesof
sit together. ." their action (doth the beam In thine eye
Well, as an old fraternity man myself, I can obstruct thy vision?). bighearted
readily remember the anxiety that prevailed RESULTS shutterbug's extra
throughout the house over whether our group Larry Nickerson, 3EG
would draw a bad bloc seating assignment. days and hours are

Perhaps we were rare in possessing this as follows:
frailty, but If everyone shares the democratic
attitude of your circle, then why all the uproar Nov. 9 DeadlineFor
over the Alligator's suggestion that everybody Wed. 12-5, 6-10

rotate seats, good and bad alike? Christmas Thurs. 9-1,2-5,6-10
If the local campus newspaper seems to"pick"on 9-1'
Fri. 2610)
is ,
politicians and fraternities, it possibly
because figures in a representative government Sat. 9 until the last
characteristically invite criticism DeliveryORDER
one of you runs thru
while fraternities, indeed, seem to court it.
As long as a newspapers' partial role is to Sun. 1-4
'measure government by its actions and accom- YOUR

plishments, plus focus attention (and criticism, CALL or COME to the
If deemed necessary) on the more significant
groups In a given society, the Alligator will CLASS RING NOW! SEMINOLE OFFICE
and should continue to make its assessments of 'tween 2-5 and makean
Student Government (SG) and fraternities.Such .
evaluations Ideally, are made for the A Class ring is fine jewelry, appointment. 'M

benefit of the many all 15,000 of them, and who better to serve your
and not Just those with pins on their chests, jewelry needs than REMEMBER, this is your
political aspirations In their hearts :and Blue ROBERTSON JEWELERS LAST CHANCE. Once
Keys on their brains.
if I demean members of SG, who do indeed that photographer gets

work "to make this university a better place 1. Fast courteous service gone, even you sprinterswon't
to live In," I do so only insofar as you seem ...
be able catchup
2. Trained sales in Jewelry items to
to set them up as some sort of privileged people
class. 3. Large choice of stones and styles with him I
They are no more privileged than the
4. More for less
ring
hardworking students who labor for improvement money
SO HURRYI! (Put
excellence in all the other worthwhile your
activities university life; they are only SPIKES on if necessary I ) .
more famous, for one reason or another.
The only man I know with consistent privileged

seating university In and Florida his guests.Field is the president of the @2 JD /E

There's no one among the student body who's 'CAJt"" s 211 W. University Ave.
quite achieved that rank or stature. (I sill


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TU3sday, Nov. 3, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7 :JIIf


Committed Who Will Win? Barry Back Where




oPreservePeace'AUSTIN Campaign StartedSAN


TexXUPO-President Johnson winding his Barry
up 40,000-mile
FRANCISCOUPD-Sen. Barry Goldwater returned to the scene
in his home state, made an election-eve
Upaign pledge last
night of his nomination for the presidency yesterday and drew the biggest
commitment to preserve peace while "
"total protecting freedom. crowd of his campaign.
rally In Houston, his first formal
I At a downtown campaign appearce -
Thousands of persons flocked Into downtown San Francisco streetsto
In Texas, the President said In a prepared speech that:
give the GOP nominee a rousing welcome on the last day of the
"I want to reduce the threat of nuclear war-to maintain presidential campaign.

ntrol over our nuclear weapons-to strengthen our alliances-and Police Capt. Les Deland estimated the crowd at more than 100,000.On .
of freedom around the "
the cause world.
j advance a slow, lunch-hour motorcade through the city's business
[ made three other speeches before flying to his LBJ Ranch
He Lyndon district, well-wishers pressed In on Goldwater's open car. From
butsid Johnson City for the night. above, office workers dumped confetti, shredded newspapers and

[ Today he and the First Lady will vote at the Blanco County Courtuse flakes of gold foil Into the crowded streets.It .

in Johnson City, attend a dinner In Austin for members of theMmsott was Goldwater's largest welcome of the campaign and It came

clan, and then return to the ranch to await the election In the city that usually votes Democratic. The senator was making

turns. last-minute bid for the 40 electoral votes of California in the city
The President and his family were an hour and 15 minutes late * where he won the nomination last July 15.

laving Andrew Air Force Base, Md.,for Texas In early afternoon. Goldwater's car was preceded by a clanging replica of the Liberty

departure was delayed by a Bell up California Street, through
Jeeting with Sec. of State Dean the heart of San Francisco's financial -
sk, Defense Sec. Robert McNa- Profs See Johnson WinMAUREEN district on MontgomeryStreet 1.0

ara and other top officials. and then up Market Streetto

I In his windup speech of the said. "The latest polls show him also declined to predict a per- the Civic Auditorium for a rally

npalgn in front of the State COLLINS leading, but do not Indicate a centage vote of the election. and speech.
Japitol In Austin, Johnson said Staff Writer percentage figure." "Goldwater will lose," Dauer Goldwater flew here from Pheo-

L learned In that city In his youth Dr. Walter A. Rosenbaum, said, "and he won't carry nix, Ariz where to issued a statement -
[that progress depends heavily ontie Lyndon Baines Johnson will win assistant professor of political Florida either." accusing the Johnson administration

narrowing of differences." He today's presidential election by a science, predicted at least 55 per If Barry Goldwater loses the of "dereliction
laid he had built his public life sizable majority, perhaps even a cent of the total vote for Johnson. presidential election, his political of duty" In South Viet Nam. He

In that conviction."I landslide, according to four UF "Giving Barry Goldwater 45 per future will be In doubt. His Senate blamed the recent Viet Cong attack -

political science professors.Sen. cent of the vote Is being term expires this year. which killed four Americansand
do not accept governmentJust Barry Goldwater, damaged 20 planes, on "sheer
optimistic, Rosenbaum said. "Maybe he'll go back to being
the 'art of practicable.: Republican Party candidate will be Incompetence."
"
"Actually, his percentage couldgo a retail merchant, Rosenbaumsaid.
is the business of deciding what lucky to three Southern The senator's prepared San
carry well below 40 per cent of the "If he loses by a wide
right, and then finding the way states said Dr. Ernest R. Bartley. total vote. If he does manage to margin, his position as titular Francisco speech was,for the most

i do It."And. Bart ley predicts a Johnson get 45 per cent, It could almostbe head of the Republican party will part, a word-for-word repltitlon
usually the way is to victory In Florida by a close considered a moral victory." be rel.tlvelyun1mportantaltho\JIh of the speech with which he openedhis
let rid of the underbrush of mis- margin. President Johnson has formal campaigning In Prescott -
he'll
Dr. Manning J. Dauer, head of always be a leader of the
erstandlng for most people been campaigning hard in Florida. the political science department, conservative element." Ariz., on Sept. 3. He said
t the same things and dream Goldwater has "unsold"himselfby he was using the same speech because -
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e i same dreams. "opening his mouth" accordingto campaign Issues remain unchanged -
!!
"More and more I am suret Bartley. "His chances for : and because he wanted to

this Is as true in the worlds election were better right after stress that he would NOT say

[ it was 30 years ago in Austin. the Republican convention than they Election 1964 I one thing on a Monday and then
"We will have peace when we are now," he said. II Day I change It on Tuesday.

(an get the world's nations to' un- Dr. Ruth O. McQuown, assistant With the San Francisco appearance -

erstand each other as well as the professor, declined to predict the the Goldwater campaign

pie In those nations do." percentage of the Johnson victorybut 1f::.:.:.::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-::-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .:i:: was right back where It started.

Indicated that the latest Gallup

Burns poll shows Democratic candidate One In AlachuaWriteIns
olley Johnson leading Goldwater with 64

per cent of the vote, including the I

xpectVictory would undecided constitute vote. This a percentage landslide i I Seek ElectionSKIP


victory, according to McQuown.Dr. HAVISER
McQuown said the polls candidates for state and national Bethea who seeks reflection.

In Balloting predict Goldwater's home state, City Editor offices. Robert King High, Miami; Leroy

Arizona, will vote for Johnson. Alachua County has at least one Troy Wakefield has announced Collins, former governor and

| TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Guber- "Most experts are predicting' declared write-In candidate for he will be a write-In candidate Scott Kelly, state senator, all have
atorial candidates Haydon Burnsd Goldwater will carry a maximumof today's election and several names for the office of supervisor of supporters putting forward their

Charles Holley campaignedwn six to 12 states," she said. have been mentioned as write-in registration, opposing Mr .Alma names as write-in candidates for

to the wire last night, both "Some estimate he will carry governor.

aiming succeed they Gov.would Farris win the Bryantr right only Goldwater's four states." charges of .:::;.:::.:::.:::.:::.:::.::.::::.:::.:::.:::.:::..;:.. ELECTORAL VOTE COUNT :::.:.:.;..:.::.:.:.:.:.:..*...:::.::.:..::.i'8 :.:.:..::.:.:..;.: write-in If a voter vote how wishes does to he cast do It?a

a bobtail two-year term start- Immorality In the Johnson First, any qualified voter can
fg in January. administration have backfired, cast a write-In vote for any

Holley, 40-year-old Republican according to Dr. McQuown. 1'J- (<9 ,,.. candidate for any office. Bsld
v the name of each office to be
have "
eglslator Is hopeful of pulling "The American people a
fa a miracle to become the state'srst rough consensus in agreeing on Alabama 10 Nebraska 51 filled there appears the names of
the candidates and metal
party a
GOP governor since recon- rules of the game," she said. Alaska 3 Nevada 3
slot that can to opened to reveal
ruction days following the Civil "One of these rules is that a
' his Arizona 5 New Hampshire 4 a strip of paper. A write-in vote
ar, hopped across the state from candidate does not attack
lensacola to Miami in a final opponent's morals or motives Arkansas 6 New Jersey 17 Is written on this paper.
Remember the lock Is
once
Pea for Goldwater has done this.
votes. openly.
California 40 New Mexico 4 turned to open the wrltt-ln space,
The leave permanentscar
52-year-old Burns attended "This will a "
6 43 it cannot be switched back again to
Colorado York
1 duties as mayor of Jacksonville, on American politics, she New
cast a vote for the party's
Jde a motorcade through downwn said. "These attacks are a Connecticut 8 North Carolina 13 candidate.A .
> Jacksonville! symptom of the gap In our society,
and said he would
Delaware 3 North Dakota 4 voter can cast a write-In vote
(Try all 67 primarily the educational gap.
counties for a major
for one office or for all. Instruc-
ctory today. They are an Indication of the Florida 14 'Dhio: 26
tions on how to cast write-in votes
Holley expected no landslide, Isolation due to the educational 12 8
Georgia Oklahoma are supposed to tw printed on each
lying he'd be happy with 55 perM lag."
machine.
4 6 voting
of the Goldwater and many of Hawaii Oregon
total vote. "Barry
Should you plan to cast a writ.-Invote
*Both candidates will spend today his supporters are not educated Idaho 4 Pennsylvania 29 be SUM to bring your pencil '-,

their hometowns, Burns at Jack- men. His campaign has "been Illinois 26 Rhode Island 4 with you. One you art In the voting
mvllie attending a City Council Irrational many respects.
machine cannot leave and
you come
13 8
Meting and Holley in St. PetersGainesville "There Is some Indication Indiana South Carolina back. Printed stickers and rubber

re. Johnson will carry Florida she Iowa 9 South Dakota 4 stamps with the candldvU's name

Kansas 7 Tennessee 11 will not be counted. A wrltt-ln
vote means just that'it must be
Kentucky 9 Texas 25 writen or printed.

Polling Places Louisiana 10 Utah 4 Tto name you wrlt.-U must also

4 correctly correspond with the
Maine 3
Vermont name of the candidate as to has

J-Klrby-Smith School 25-Bucnnolr Jr. High School Maryland 10 Virginia 12 declared It. For example Wake-.
"--J. J. Finley School 26.-Llttlewood Massachusetts 14 I, 9 field qualified as "T. Wakefield,"
Washington
.,
Sidney Lanler School 27.Recreation Center High as "R.K. High," Kelley as
21
"-Stephen Foster School 28--Voting Mach. Warehouse Michigan /lest Virginia 7 "Scott Kelly" and Collins as .

3--Supt.. of Pub. Instruction Minnesota 10 Wisconsin 12 Leroy Collins."
16--Girl Scout Cabin 29..Howard Bishop School 7 The last name alone may not to
"--Gainesville High School 3O..Lak. Forest School i Mississippi Wyoming 3 enough and the right name
12
23-p.K. vonge 31-SOCIAL RM.F LA.UA'10: j Missouri spelled wrong may not count.Fl.*

Z4-.Westwood School 32:;.St.Hlchatl EpiscXThurch Montana 4 I Dist.of Co. 3 decision: Is up to the election

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I G M I I f fl Downs Gains Fame At UFDICK


"fir! ow,
v M DENNIS Head Coach Dave Fuller said, too short In football."Downs planson
Sports Writer "Bobby is a real conscientious majoring In either Business
boy. I'm certain he will be an Administration or Physical
1 ig1r Baby Gator halfback Bobby outstanding back for us, and that Education.The .
Downs, winner of many honors as he will thrill the fans with his list of honors, records, and
a high school athlete for the performances both this year and statistics rolled up In high school
r Winter Haven BIt)! Devils has the next three. by All-America Downs In his
1 -4x already gained a measure of fame Of Fuller, Downs said, "Coach senior year alone is an impressivesheet.
(perhaps In a dubious way) for Fuller knows a lot of the little .
his football exploits at UF. tricks and details that really help He gained 972 yards rushing,
All-Western Conference, All- you. He teaches us to keep our with an average of 8.8 yards per
I State, All-Southern, All-America, eyes on the line of scrimmageso carry. He completed 26 passes for
I A these are some of the Important as to be able to see the eligible 491 yards, or an average of 19
awards Downs earned during his receivers as we are running back- yards per completion.
I senior year. wards on pass defense. Downs romped for 20 touchdowns
I Downs came to UF on a four-
"Fuller helps the offensive himself, threw seven touchdown
,
year football scholarship and backs by Instructing us on how to passes, and kicked 17 extra points.
proved his worth in his first gameof use our blockers effectively- This total of 137 points set a
d K the season. Against the Fresh- running at a controlled speed and Western Conference record for
t 1 men Seminoles of Florida State giving the linemen time to set up most points in a season by an

-. : ;:.b.:;;;' r ..- ,.. .. Downs ran well, caught several their blocks and then finding the individual.Led .
passes (one of.which set up the holes to run through."
RAY GRAVES talks over Florida future with fresh- second Gator touchdown),and made Downs was a seven-letterman by Downs, Winter Haven

men Gators from left to right Doug Bird, Bobby Mor- several sparkling plays as a high school -- securing three in compiled a season record of 10-1,
Downs Gerald Bramlett and Robert Russ. defensive back. Downs received football, three In baseball, and one with Downs scoring more by
Bobby
,
gan, several plaudits from the press In basketball. In his sophomoreseason himself than did the team's 11
This weekend the freshmen lost to Miami 278.: for his performance. he was selected All- opponents combined.In .
However, the play which Conference shortstop."I the Blue Devil Bowl, Downs
endeared Downs to the would rather play guided his team to a 26-21 victory
Graham AlcfCeel' Gets understanding fans was his 56- professional baseball than pro over Orlando Boone, as he scored
I yard run In which Downs eluded football, because the career is 20 of his team's points.
trap.after trap, and had to reverse
Chance At fullback; his field four times. The only ---

trouble was Downs ran backwards.Yet ATTENTION !
Downs should not feel lonely .
Sophomore Graham McKeel will The Florida coach said the
probably start at fullback for the injury to defensive end Lynn in the unkind glare of the spotlightof All Hungry Gators
In of the -
notoriety. perhaps one
Florida football team when It meets Matthews wasn't serious and he
Georgia In the Gator Bowl will start Saturday. Graves also most famous plays of all collegiate You Expect More And
football California
Saturday. said offensive tight end Gary history,
Coach Ray Graves said McKeel Thomas would be back and Randy lineman Roy Riegel scooped up a YOU GET MORE
fumble In the Rose Bowl of
had a good chance to start with Jackson would be moved back to game
1928 on the Georgia Tech 30-yard Larry'sWonderhouse
John Feiber out of action with tackle.
I injured back and ribs, and Larry After watching the game filmsof line and lumbered 68 yards to his
1',, Dupree still hobbled with a bad the Auburn game, Graves had two-yard line before his own Restaurant
: ankle. praise for linebacker Ron Pursell teammate pulled him down from

Tom Shannon might also be backin who lead the Gator tackling behind.
the starting offensive backfield, Saturday and also lauded the Georgia Tech took advantage of
according to Graves. SophomoreSteve offensive blocking of Larry this miscue and scored, thus I, Strip Steak
Spurrier missed practice Gagner, Larry Beckman and Jim winning by a score of 76.
'il yesterday to get a tooth pulled, Benson. Unlike Relgel, Down's team did
, and Graves said Shannon could not lose, and, of course, Downs Small Large X-Large
start if the tooth continues to give Mural Football Scores played a major role in makingthe 51.45 $1.75
$2.15
\ Spurrier trouble. victory possible.In '
Shannon moved back on the speaking about his run,Downs
ORANGE LEAGUESN
offensive unit yesterday and Is said, "The first two times I HI Hmfeta.
no longer working on defense. 19 ATO 12 reversed my field, I was lookingto $110
The Florida coach said he would throw the ball. After that I was LONDON BROIL STEAKS
21 TEP 12
SAE
definitely be alternating the two Just trying to get away from the
All The Above Served With Baked Fried Or
Gator quarterbacks more in the horde of tacklers that had gotten ,
AEP 24 KS 14 Mashed Potatoes A Bowl Of Tossed Salad.
Georgia game than he has In the past our linemen."
last two games. KA 18- PKT7 And All The Rolls And Butrer You Want.LARRY'S .

Alan Poe Is still not back at SPE 7 PDT 6 s
full strength, but Graves said he WONDERHOUSE
SX 18-TX 12
was the only sure starter in the

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"They miss the work practice. SECOND COFFEE OR TEA ALWAYS FREE
That's what hurts them the most" t
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players. XP13DU7LXA .
Graves said he wasn't sure If 12 AGR 7
w Jack Harper would be back for
I the Georgia game or not. lie said PKP 14 TKE 13
he would make definite statement
about Harper on Thursday.

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How To Cast A Wr te-In Vote, See Page 0 r The Florida Vol. 57, No. 44 University of Floridc,Gainesville m1 m Nov. 3. 1964 'TH DEEP SOUTH'S RNEST COLUEGE DAILY" 0 PRESS INTERNA TIONAL Candidates for the nation's two highest offices made last minute appeals for votes Monday and then left their futures In the hands of the people. About 72 million Americans werc expected to vote Tuesday in a turnout enhanced by a general forecast of good weather. Democrats and most professional polls predicted a hite margin of victory for President Johnson and Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey. The Repubiican challengers, Sen. Barry M. Goldwater and Rep. William E. Miller, however, insisted the nation would see the political upset of the ctii U" y Lotuis Johnson water. lais, in .1
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F k A Campus News Frosh Basketball 'Cyrano 100 Briefs Pre-L A aw Meets L a Guests D ne Chopstick~s ttud nN ilteirritny IV ouit ro, the de Bergerac fr di man basket ha I] team ,houold report to t he north end of the Varsity court dressed out it 5:30 p.m. today'' Sigma Pictures Seminole group pictures for Phi Eta Sigma, freshman men's honorary society, Ine movie 'Cyranode Ber gera" will be shown tonight at '7 in the Jennings recretalon lal room. Admission is 25 cents, with proceeds going to the Dollars forScholars fund. will be taken Nov. 5 at 7:30 pm in the Bryan Lounge FU). of the Seminole Pages FraternitIes, sororities and Camp us organizations trig a pag in are directed to desirthe Semimale contact Steve Coon, extension 2833, by November 6. Cocky Sale Broward Hall women will be selling assorted cookies brownies Thursday In Bus Tickets Tickets for abus to and from the UJF-FSIJ footballgame will be sold Monday through Friday at the irdormatlon booth dcross from the Hub. Price is $6. Bunnies Girls interested In being "bunnies" at theGrabam Area Playboy check the party Nov. 14 should information on the bulletin boards In any dorm. and tod ay through t he Ir lobb y to raise money for Dollars for Scholars. From noon to curfew they will **1l I dozen brownies for 35 ents on. oe asre and half-pounds of divinity candy and fudge for 50 cents eac *h. Change of Date Please note this Important change of date for the appearance of the American Ballet Theatre. The presentation will be Dec. ally I in the UniverAuditorium Dec. 2 viously. irC Grant Birdi -worklrng !r iteruity men Tnay pick ''T p jZIreiIAns rur the lid's three tuition grant-u -aids ini ro,,m122Tigert Hell this week. T[he aids will be awarded (in the basis of financial everaige mnd need, scholastic Ifraternlty work. Carson Fund Persons wi4 a contribution J. Carson ME Scholarship Fi may do so by ;hing to make to the Cleva morall Music jnd ofthetUF sending their checks to the fund in care of the U F Foundation, Election Party The Murphee Council obtina teeviin beloate Lounge for election re Tigert Rail. Checks should be made payabl, to Carson Foundation. Fund UP has se to In he lethe all to watch the turns from 7 p.m. till morning. SDX Meeting Sigma Delta Chd, profes-. sional journalism society, will hold it. Initiation meeting Frirather than day, Nov. 6, at the P1 Kapuneed p ro -pa Alpha fraternity house beginnitg at 7:30 p.m. Ida classri Now Available off-campus (Ads) Debate Meeting The UIF IDebate Society will meet at 7:30 thi', evening In TIgert 331. A round of rr.c ttcs debates h a '""e' been wchoWh g oe 1! h l'he PR IfA 45i'n yon t4Jnlght It $.1) in bue law t houl curtirim (Rn,. 20)-. All ,tudents spianning to eliter liw school ire irivltd. en S S Mike kiing rt-leK iitj toy, rtimisj s tt UiTmfl.1 by )Ipak 7l XC, highlighted the (h dinbe r in, the E lnridia (nioni social rM. Thursday night. Many of the approximately guests were chopsticks fr 2: found theni 100 being confronted by )r the first time, and somewhat unwieldy. Bits of pepper steak and individual kernals of rice were often picked up individually, which extended the you PICKED A WINNER vTilk olE, ~a o pes h's presented 3 i [ Vo the novice chopstick cpe Aith ugh kmve, and foi k suppulled as A second ret used the sticks to the end. Instruction In the ope 4 ckiiiese utensils was given h J Zue, 3AS, and Joanne Tang but many guests remind In! "Couldn't you please I r q those directions into htft h ore girl was heard to trw. PERRANTE S TEICHEN THU ~fOPLU'U cMOIau 0~ 14 ~ Your favorite hits in the lamed Ferrante & Te cher style You chose them Now watch them become the hits of an age. Your age People's Chotce your choice ~$ORW A ti8* W. JUIV. AVE. In Rear Pyle '4 I, I' 'I N. k II A a Pc, (4t< Free Parking ---I 923 IT ED

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The ui s& P1 ILs I i I 0 a \mI K ll h Ire a w al i, AnII( ne U.vi w rs it lily I III ltes. rthe I4cvi I of PuRitna lprtselitet by in Filorida. G COACH RAY Graves, drive remind students of students. The Department collected. (Photo by Bob (Continued From Pace I) fare of the UP. McBride commented Graves had helped the drive before as well as other scholarship funds around the UF. The Athletic Department thIs year is donating $15,000 to other scholarshipfunds on campus, above and beyond the $5,000 budgeted to the Dollars for Scholars drive. MI.tr'c .nroc k he LtlIo h L li ii .p it t rs i r itmhh~ Il Iiavc Lom l uli treimi pr'ur Jt"c ee e n lerer At jlt 'I rhith Ray I ppcC I luroiutjh ( I citn Girulr IP [orillart ( I-rank R Arm it (,,urulaird S (, ItLkcced Airtrjl SWard Kecer B F Gotxodrmtl ilni II' itht I(uhi'tm L 1.1 Mit Cl S iiim %Ctct I r Jr Pri fin Pre Pre r% i i ( til amh left, and Chairman Bill McBride of Dollars for Scholars he UF Athletic Department's two-for-one challenge to wi'1 contribute to the drive for every student dollar Eli ison) (Continued From Page 1) Humphrey was in Lzos Angeles and Salt Lake City and then flew to Minneapolis, Mini. te and Johnson capped their campaigns with a taped Joint television appearance NBC at 10 p.m. EST. Goldwater flew fom Phoenix to San Francisco to appeal for votes in that heavily Democratic region and then returned to Arizona* His last appearance was at the small town of Fredoinia, Arnt., where he has always closed out his campaigns. Miller left Washington for his home town of Lckport, N. Y. where he will await the returns. HeandGoldWatei also used television for late evening appeals. They and their families appeared on a tapped program CBS a.t 9:30 p.m. EST. Perhaps the central issue throughout the long and littler ramipigit has been peace and national prosperity. Goldwater and his ruwniig mate have hammered at the theme that only a Republican administration understands the nature of the Commonlst threat and how to deal with It. They also have charged that the nation canrct be economically heushy under a [)emocrartic administration which would continue to take wealth and freedom from the itndlvdal. Johnson and Humphrey have countered that Goidwatet cannot 1* thusted as the commander in chief of the world'& most powerful Litton with its nuclear arsenal. In domestic matters, they 'aid. the Republicans would roll back social welfare programs adopted and strengthened by 1J.'mocratb< and Republican administration alike during the last 30 yea I Tuesday the people decide who was right. lTe Brows. ho THE WARREN REPORT. .ed. by The New A CONCISE HISTORY OF MODERN SCUL .Herbert tHE HAMLE T. BASIC ELECTRONICS. WHERE I STA ND. MATHEMATICAL PREPARE CHEMIStRY. York< Times PTURE Read ....William Faulkner ..Dept .of The Army ...* Barry Goldwater RATIO NS FOR PHYSICAL .Farrington Daniels TECHNICAL AND REFERENCE A r nboklt ubilrii~QUANTUM THEORY OF TOI STUUE thre I ytt'irm Council in .greti with pias.itn. 8:15. 1>dw ThtitIaselting trnipany of fifty Anmeric. it' ode ozc he si r and outst,'nding tie ytiuii solotsts in a cv 111mp1 Ie produeti prxducthin with ,otuinjg d Nov.mb scenery. All seats Are ii reserved baton. sections and cost $2. U F students can obta i tickets purchase tickets at a fifty pAr tint Tickets Ire av.,ilitble today And tonight at the idoor. lDuring thed'hy, towospeiople may purchas, ticketsat the Record Ha r, 923 W. IInlv. Av., UF stax1etnts mnay pick up theirA tickets it the inforiatlon booth across the street from the Flub, and faculty tickets may b. purchased in~uom lu8of the Music Bui huinti. YOUNG AICPISTh Twenty-two year old Mary Beth Pci! brings to the part of Mim the Ideal attributes for this poignant role. Miss Poll is st.dent of Lotte lehmann and, In spite of her youth, has .' remirkable record of operatic SUC(IN. Soprano CP.rid Court man, who s Ing.s Ihe rodi' of M uselt a. the Thit' coquette,* has Tece Iv.'d ci itcl I' wan praise forj he r wtrk in recItal, because concert, and opera, ari espt(Ially ., pw*r or for h.r U ilbert and Sullivan perWe .ss foam incn with lii. Savi y ComITpally op.'ra 4 if Philadelphia. the ope Tenor IDsar Wilder, who stngs i hi iu the role if Hodolk., lb. poet, com.n I iiiowtz to the (,oldrovnky Grand Op.r5. thwe *i flititre fromsi Port I. rd,* Ort'., Iindiilg* why rv hi' maide hi $O oprit Ic IC bat retUris 4% 1mrestan in i' ethWVVei'% t' ev "Iidelit' in .1 re.nt se"asoil. riuntry, lHe hMi a wle IIes hiahc repuitatlorn In the Northwvnt for %u'.% in varid operai""oles Mar ilk,, the patnt*'r, will IAe flie %uII tiy bias-bri ton.' Ho. Id oci(h2 a liolgite who hais been member Council, of the Goldonsky Company for In the It sEvt' 41 se.sonm. Holaute IIAs won ptwgr.JmI th. pr .h.w of Cl iP S bith. )f New Haydn. s iiiel well, but he Is nanditsoni, pos sesSt'% I txprsonality, ari tail act ,'xti iI[dtniv IV hrc, .nd r I AIlty. the' young I' cond awto rwho conducted Go id'v %k y t'ompany'N on of "Post," here last er, will again wield the WILDE R I IkrTIfON NIGhT 1*1ra p rfiirmTTAInc' ft r the sch~ediulsd for ,'lectIn night it Was mrance tile all ils that ra toi Iim Unt it the 4 Ill be impossible. to obtain for any other date. pioltically mtinded their attrgndanc, at 1(ht will not .affrt of the election. opr performance plenty of tinm, to In ,y or danpalr election comn. In via rjdie, and on from all over the LAK)KING AHE AD 'Itn. Arts String Wusrtet go will be the next lyceum JIT3rC*IOh Nov. II at 5:35 Iiv.rity Auditorium. Th* wtil consult of worka by Ilindenith, and Brukimn. LASA a, 4 M howS t se I It i itt( d good oi Stiit I (a or t I Ir n Ar it', Ii i.1 m''' i ha un ci o C STRUCTURE A TOMI A -hoouer pubbshcJ M a . ce

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'X 'M t | 7&'T|k14 sw P I) ( )fl J N '1 \'oc I I oday Yes, that he ht drinuplies Just wt it It tres: .Vn'' V sti' Vt j 6 Bitt, thter .qualifi(.tiJih. to it. DoVn't vt iy If y~Oi hrive hO ftASOito vIt, 'i ItO *de irly defined idea. corncrrning the issues or the pxrsonailitItes itvoIV,, in this CampIa igit. LDot' t vote. then, just ir, be vitig. Idealisti c ditorna I writers throughout thItreye ar,have repetedly penned e lectioiiC en anno un cim iits irgintg the .le -to rate s ho Id do thel duty as < itzens of the Uni ed St at.'s a ,d "get out a:? vote.' The logical extension of thousands of these editrials written in dailies and weeklies throughout this nation would be ,i sweeping turrwut mnd, might wv presume, U tue test of democi icy In Not so. Democracy, when reduced to the absurd level of quantity of votes or percentage of electorate turnout, becomes sheer nonsense. The problem it America is not whether or not 60 per centt or 70 per cent of 80 per cent of the eligible' populace votes, but rather, the quitlity of the individual diecisluns made by those voting. The Alligator has publicly endorsed Lyndon Johnson for the highest office in the land, but this hns no bearing on this editorial. In fact, we should be urging everyone and his grandmother as well as a few misplaced tombstones to get out and vote tomorrow, since it is acknowledged generally that a high turnout is tantamount to aDemocratic victory. Again we wish to dissent. Our purpose here is rather to caution every potential voter reading this newspaper to be mindful 'if the derision he or she makes In the voting booth today. Don't vote, as did some of the fair,'r sex (bless them) in 1960 because the candidate has 'cute hair"' or ,t 'datling face'' or "Is so masculine,"' or "looks just like Dad."' I this is the basis of your decision to cast your ballot for Candidate X, then do the nation a favor and refrain from employing your constitutional right to vote. Undemocratic? No, just sensible. it Piere is doubt in your mind as to who to vote for, don't make a hasty decision one inside the voting booth. just to be able to say that you "'voted.'' Good government is based upon an educated electorate making wise choices not hasty, laist -minute deci'icmns. Quality rather than quantity mustbe the emphasis. This applies particularly to thle lower slate candidates, sonic of whom you know little or nothing bout. Unless your mind is closed and you are so one-party centered that straight party voting becomes as much of an Institution with you as motherhood, fraternity or saluting the colors, there is no redl reason to simply vote "straight' patty. Such in extension would be absurd to say the least. Altruistically, the electorate should nut be blinded to tie chole "jest because gratdad voted Republocrat."' Likewise, if the voter does not know who Is running forCountySuperintendent of Salvage, then at least be honest enough to refrain from votliig. In America the tradition of voting has come to htive certain aura about it. so that often tampering with election results is about as delicate a thing a'. stealing candy from a baby. Yet, still, voters fail to see that it Is just is important to make the right choice or refrain from choosing iin races in which one knows little bout the candidates or issues. Mt The e Florida LU GL ATOR Set ved by United Press Inlernational Editor. ...............alke, I univ Managing Editor. .............Joel Gastoi Executive Editor. ..........Ron Spentcer Assistant Managing Edito .........1'anc y B rach. Asilstant Managing Editot. ......DoeBrkw Editorial Page Editor. ........&d Bbr Sports Editor. ...................Bruce fludles City Editor. ...............-Skip H. user Campus Living Editor. .......J irki,. Cot iteltu., Editorial Assistants --Jim Castello AtinC.rtcr Don i drm in Dealt. Matlison, Sam Uliman, Ernie Lit LCsrtul it ion \Man rer, Stac Kalp (Cartoonisfl. Reporters -Patti Pita (Student Go' ernmtent Be sI C hmrDs loys Lavtiie (Tigert Kill Beat CIef\, Jot kollin Hots colub, Joe Waldorf, Sharon Kelley Yvette Cat ,ioro EranL ShtL i, law Alnadr. Agnes Fow Ic Tbelvna Io,,mran. aTirrier, C tn Evan Lafwbin. David Kenned6, Terr' Roget '. Suste H Ilst K -~ ~K I 2X~ < 7 0 POLITICA L ECHOES: After The Dust RON SPENCEW Exnculive Editor Whence the G.O.P.' 'That and not "who will win" is the question uppermost in the minds of a surprisingly large sector of the American populace on this the election eve. Unless 1948 repeats itself tonight on an unheard of scale, and permanently casts doubt on the value of political polls, then wr are heading for the biggest landslide since Franklin D. Roosevelt's massive conquest of AUf Landon in 1936. Everyone well realizes that unless Goldwater slays Goliath at the polls today that he and his Arizona Mafia will have a titantic struggle on its hands to retainthegrasponthe Republican Thirty between now and 1968. The forces of political counterreaction are at work, Some political experts claim the conservative wing will be able to maintain control if Barry makes a reasonably good showing today. A week-and-a-hall ago former U F political scie nt ist and author WIlliam G. Carnton told a J aek son ville auience Goldwater had his sights not on 1964, but rather SPE NCER on 1)68. But what really faces the GOP after today's t Ct4 First, Goldwater could win, although this Is extremely doubtful. When the conservativeRepubllcan-leaning U.S. News and World Report, whose editor is none other than David Lawrence of daily column fame. declaresthat 362 electoral votes-more than [00 oser the magic number of 270---are leaning towan d Johnson and that only some 7 states and 48 votes are leaning toward Goldwater. with the remaining undecided, thin ont, can presume that today will be a V-J Who Ihe In 196$' Currently several possihilit Ps stanld at thre fore front, should the moderates do as expected and Tfake their power play. Fo rmer Vice Prfs lent mud 19(0 nomiinee Richard M. Nixort who has campaigned virogously throughout the nation fot Goldwater, would he a prime candidate, despite his 960 loss and the Cifornia defeat. Nixon is not politically dead. Willia m S C r a ii t on has liso hesitatingly ,supported the Goidwiter candidacy, but without the enthusiasm if N ixon. Scr inton k lays seems Sto get there with 'lt'o little, tot' late.' San SFrancisco may hise spelled the beginning and 'end of Sc ranmtn's bundling president ii aspi ra lions. The gulf bettwen him and Goldwater will severely hamper any boormlet for "Bill in '68." The governors will remain a prime source for 1968 GOP i andidates. Michigan Governor George Romney, who han refused to beat the tomn-toms for Goldwater despite reluctant acceptance of his nomination, is lighting a H as Settled heterogeneous llinois electot ate th moderate ideas can coexist alongside lhiew I the conservative downstate voters in "Gocl;a Country.'" In Ohio, the 47 Republican,"' former running ahead of his agi 75-year old Stephen achievement is that of astronaut John Glenn. -year old son 7 "M. Senator Robert Tful, v ing Democratic crpp~ 'Ii Young, whose mTI winning by default Ohio may well go Goldwater and the yrruo Taft--while no Goldwater Republican--may wI reap the benefits. Taft's future, like thrat if Henry Cabot Lodge, Is predicated on the pi is and his ldeology--a step to the left of ( of 16 years. The University of CalIforflia and othcr institutions of higher education iii Which br ft U-"'fiII-A

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( ~IID er I FUJI \\ hit F~ nub I> (Es \'1lun ( fu i e [ am (Al thu e'aily Ut',lsUL .4i yLir four viars' obseittni' .or 'Uet '(jreit Whlntr Knight" [ ,i -. t ea sient-. I Journalistic inlcOmpetence'' yot sav, s, common 'Gator editor trait. [gloin ii the ,ffens ivene ss of the term for ,i m ment Iet's pose one question: As I semlol in \rts A sciences, just how proficient, from ,a m ,'tiire and professional standpoint, ire you In your chosen fild How prepared art youl to assume. thle responsibility of competently performning rulltume work in your profe sion' Fiiing the Alligator, I can assure you, is rullt3 me work--And for parititme wages, which do nothing to relieve the weight of the tarrying I? hours this term.) Your assertion to the editor, that "'there are plenty of qualified students, who will be glii! to assume your position and your suLtry,"' is almost laughable. There probably isn't tine 'qualified" student anywhere near this university capable of editing .i dilly piper with a circulation of 15,000. The job usually goes to the poor unfortunate who most persuasively arguIes and demonstrates his readiness for this dubiously rewardIng position--and I marvel each go-round at the number of candidates who makle themselves available. Sometimes I think they ought to know better. (As for your snide insinuation of "politics" surrounding Mr. Lundy's appointment, all he apparently did was submit credentials to the Board of Student Publications superior to Ihos, of his competitor). You Can, throw off a "'messiah complex"' all you like, but it's fort un ate tling tot I he reading public that most editors eve' ywhere possess a traIt more -or-less fitting that description. Show rue the editor worth his typewriter ribbon who doesn't feel concern and responsibility for society's problems. That's what the job is all about. Now, regarding your distaste for the Alligator's "manufactured cause"' of "block (sic) seating" and all its unsavory ramifications. Pd like to know of another issue -particularly at this time of year --more likely to arouse the Interest of the average student, than that he Is Just possibly getting rooked out of decent seats at one or two football games. "Actually," you said of your own fraternity bloc, "we do not really care where we sit at football games as long as we are permitted to sit together. .." Well, as an old fraternity miin myself, I can readily remember the anxiety that prevailed throughout the house over whether our group would draw a bad bloc seating .ssIgnmnent. Perhaps we were rare in possessing tis attitd of your circlet thenwyathe uror over the Alligator's suggestion that everybody rotate seats, good and bid alike" tithe local campus newspaper seemIs tW pick' onl politicians And fraternities, it pos sibly is because figures in a representative' e govi rmlti characteristically mnite euitirism while fraternities, indeed, seem to court It. As long as a newspape' s' partial role is to measure government by its actions anti iccofl pllshments, plus focus attention (and critc IMIn, if deemed necessary) on the more 'igrniiclttit grotqpe in a given society, the Alligator will and should continue to make its .issessmrints of Student Government (SC) and fraternities. Such evaluations, ideally, are m ide fir tie benefit of the many -.all I ,00 of themj. and Sot Jtut those with pins on their hests, political aspirations in their hearts ndl Blur It I demos n embers of SG, who 10 indeed Woit "'to make this university a better place to liv. In," I do so only insofar 45 >ou SEem I rk *h'.
  • in h~e )ust ii i eage Ii. in ii tl teute here; but thine's lot if Iimeitt, seLf-, itisfi, titan that gm's with standirig out, to .sey niothinw of lh. gotl it dots yOU liter Ol. Led we fr c.t, these glorified positions are ijst like ev.'rythirg els, here: Prvparitioi. L>ne list lit, l~on't IIl The Ailig tir "'the sandos"of the touuntllsm School. It has nitthinig --not evejn that--.-to do with the I M School, andl such lnme calling is no lmone it urate thin your contention that the I'f io's not "'have a dutly newspaper of which it cud be justly proud.' Ji N M(X)Nl A[) Editor, I CC-1 is the [agislitivi Crunwil serious' Perhaps they Ii nk The Alligator Stf a In ,conpet int which ( following this liine of reasoning) Would me, i that lhie, responsible for the .,ppolntmet of tiht stiff Waire iiicomipetenit. Maybe this is their way of getting even ("1 fur the result,, of the lest referendum. T r u I y this is all experiment in'denm cracy.' May I isk, Yiat pretedent is the Couneil going to use to pass cesur" ad (Olti tl of The Alligator" Pet haps they wish to make it Model .1 PIA VDA (excuse mll for lauglliII in Russian). Certaily they tuldni't think they 'I. mor' 'apible of luding the Lilanc' and mieke-up ofat goodl tewsp. per bett x t hail those In the' pr 'fesslor,. It hmliht even ir a gmsd he~t that they are overstepping their authority. If nut, wI' lid a goxl Student ,ovetrfme nt C (nst it ution in a hurry. As .final remark, I would suggest thit t Council open thi r ,yes tndlse' the tonseaqut'rhts of their action (dth tie beam in tite eye obstrun t thcy v1 ion"). I a ry Nih k.'rson, 3j-U thi isie uiii'I ec"plee 1 nur .I. at Ia fit tius itt hy to' to'. rib, fun, junl pam king lot for o'ii tilts si autos i ftti il, the p*ukstri in Is ii 01 I' medtirm of IT tensport titil). (In ill pribtililt this lot will setr,' ft ult',' either than sticdlent peaking iivw y -bit dhis is o' little sOnsteqJI'ml iiitim will tell) Vff,'t I by t'e stIiintS In thi' rorm it jig, raiding "'Ic vs the, I -JN'eS Altani' irm d ii he ieeffctual ',ii Ih itsl e lper ted by thle bulltdtlet tili nt Iea 9(1 t''ltintut'i to play MTau-MNine fyway. WI a,, jwpsittc there WIN goisi reIMstl (tr tHestdrs, would lot thus,' dl t', erri'n, 'hiory ph% li-infested org i.ISllm, h rbiring birds clnd either 'ci mn. Otccupy it mlflt t C (twunl themtoil) pirki hg spaces' Whet possible i .tiOnlizititl is the,, for saving a tree' They don't add Itit poikatbook of the tV, youa know. (IDon't sty imythiing trite ndrIdiculous as ''they provide haiue' ,and "a p1.,. to take breisk or to walk by during the d.ay.' flow runtIs eqei lt esthetic Eitemlenlt of the
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    BJ 'Cmm tted [oPreservePeace nta~t ''hi' hom st~itt, mlidtl am Ib in I miatmTent to rr w~' pe*Av hut,wtOWib rally ini Hcouston, hi. first for m nil to a the President sai in prep it ,hl sp.hH e t reduce the threat of ruclearwa w., ri mati ImI p. e intro1 over our nuclear weapons-to strengthien i u Ill"-a adVAflCC the cause of freedom around the word.'' He made three other speeches before flying to i NU a its ide JorirsosI City Ojr 'ne night Today he and tad Far,> Lady w use an Johnson City, attend a hnson clan, and then return turns. The President and his family ,avi Andrew Air Force Base. Departure was delayed by a eeting with Sec. of State Dear k., Defense Sec. Robert MeNaara and other top officials. ln his windup speech of the mpatgn in front of the State apitol in Austin, Johnson said learned In that city In his youth that progress depends heavily on narrowing of differences.''He dhe had built his public life That conviction. "I do not accept government Just the 'art of practicable.' Is the business of deciding what right, and then fIndhng the way do l. "And usually the way is to trid of the tnderbrush, of miserstarnding -for most people nt the same things and dream same dreams. 'More and more I am sure I this is as true in the world sit was 30 years ago In Austin-. "We will have peace when we Sget the world's nations to Unerstand each other as well as the pie In those nations do." olly, Burns xpect Victory TALLAHASSEE (UJPI) -Guberlornal candidates Haydon Burns d Charles Holley campatgred WU to the wire last night, loth ining they would win the right succeed Goy. Earrns Bryant ra bxibtail two-year term startin January. Fiolley, 40-year-old Republican gislatoa is hopeful of pulling SA miracle to become tih, state's trst COP governor since reconructp rI days following the Cirl FAr, hupped 'cross the state hrnm ensat oh to Miami in a final lea for votes. The 32-y.ar.-old Burns attended duties ,'s mayorof Jacksoiiville, >e a mTottorcade through downIwI Jacksonville and saidhle would ry all 67 COunties for major dtory today. lulley expected no landslide. YIng ht'd be happy with 55 er ft of the total vote. Both candidates will spend today (heir hometowns.Burns slacknfviuje attending a City Council Getting and Hoiley in St. PetersGaiuesville Wh -I Lyndon till vote at tht. Bl atio ('Otoity (itutdinner iin Ausliii tor mIembtr at te to the ranch to awit I ln to -9were it) hour taid TiImmteS I s Md., for Tex is in early afternoon. 1 MAUREE N COLL INS si. Staff Wri ter pere 1)r. Lyndon Baines Johnson will win ss today's presidential election bya scleen sizable majority. perhaps even a cent landslide, according to four IF" pIlitical science professors. (4' Ut Sen. B ar ry G oId waite r, otim Republican Party candidate, will be 'Act lucky to carry three Southern go states said Dr. Ernest R. Bartleytotal Ba ri ley predicts a Johnson get4 victory In Florida by a close be margin. President Johnson has Dr. been campaigning hard In Floridathep Goldwater has "'unsotd"hlmself ., by "'opening his mouth'' according to Bartley. "ulis chances for election were bvtt.'r right after the Repubilcan convention thAn they 1 are now," he said. Dr. Ruth 0. McQuown, assistant professor, declined to predict the percentage of the Johnson victory -' but indicated that the latest Gallup poll show', Democratic candidate On ,Johnson leading Goldwater with 34 per cent of the vote, including the wol osit: adz=:" slid victory, according to Mctuown. Dr. McQuown 'aid the polls predict Goldwater's home st-ate Arizwna, will vote for Johnson. Al. ''Most experts are predictIng dec Ia Goldwster will ciiry a maximum today of six to 12 states,' sha said, have "Some esti mate he will .1 rry only tour states.''. Goldwdter 's charges Of immoralIty In the J o hi n o n admIlhsti allan have ha' kfin ed, according to I r. Mcwaimi n. "The Ameriin people hiw .I rough conisensus in gretirg (II Alab rule' of the gimt' .s ii. Alas 'Orb. if these ales as th at i o carididat. lois riot ill ack h11 Ari z oppoiaent's mcii's ii mi'tie' Arkc openly. Goldiwatet hits June this.' "'Tis will I. '. perym 11041 CotH sca onAmer IC all p1ltt s' slit Cotc sa id. 'Tia' alt ick' ate i Cn symptoms of th g p Jr 1)1) s0 tet .D pa ima ily Iii' dut ci a ri p Di 11e3 art in adr ior *,f the F oi istilatatri d"t, to I'" iu "' "'"i Ge lag.'' "Barry Goldw enrind ml IA a How his supporter a. r, ot ,iut air t Idoh men. HI anumpagI Iet[H ira atonal In m i ( asper Is "The' re is some mundi'' India Johnson will i an F loi d' she Inwe W"" IIW Barr V 14a1 -i n ui where he Goldwat The latest polls show him also w rn i ripi', -tr.ts io gv. (h(o' nvrmme, itustiig o,'l ,eme in ith. I 'I jay if th.' Polc Capt. I #s lanid estimated the ewdat mnor, than 110,000. & n slow, wnc h -haitir molt cade lh rough the city's buslns, di.trict. weillwishets pr.'ssed ii on G&oldwati .s open tar. From bvse, office worker' daumnped confett I, shrrded Ine'ws papers arnd flake, of goId toll iNo the crowded sets. It WAS Goldwater's largest welcome of the .ampaign and it came 1,1 'Ie civ that usually votes lDemocr Itia. The senator was making 1)bIt [or the 1(1 *tectoral vtts of (alifoln iiIn the city woin the noiniuIAtiOni last or's car was pr.'ceded neil to predict a per, of the e lect ion. icr will lose,' IDauer wnd he .un't tarry her." Goldwater loses the ii election. his poIitical be in doubt. HbsSenat,. es thuIs year. he'll go back to being ierthant, ltogenbaum ha. hoses by a wide Is posltIron as tItular IRepublIcan party will lywimportant, although sbe a leader of the e element.", 19 I July IS. by a clanging a ephica of the liberty tBcit up (allfornia Street, through the hea it of San Franciscoi .ft laiii al dI st r lt on Montgomery Street, and then up Mirket Street to the Civic Amditorlum for a rally and speech. Goldwater flew her, from Phsonix. Art., where ha, lssued astatemenit accusuIng the J ohn so n adin I st rat ion of "dereliction of duty" in South Vli Ham. He blamed the recent Viet Cotig attack, which killed Ilbur Americans and damaged 20 planes, oi beerr irnomipeteiic.' The sena tor's prepared San Prandco speech was, for lh. most part, word-for-word repltitoo of the speech with which he opened his formal campalgnhht In Pr.coOt Arkr., on Sept. 3. H. said .he was using the same speech bucause campaign lss remalaw,charted and because he wanted to stress that he would NOT *ay one thing on a Monday ain then change It on Tuesday. Wilth lb.e S an Francincc 4ppearance, the. Goldwater ravfpslgfl was right back wher, It *tarted. *In Alachua W~rite-I SKIP HAVISER City Editor uha County hit' .l least one red writ.-irn candidate fur 's eletion arid eve ral names been nientionied as writ. -III ELECTORAL ns SeeK candidat,, for stuI. ard nat luri offIc. a roy W'akeie.Id las .anuiiined he will be .a writ. -ii laididte for the offlr (if supervisor DI regial ration, JPpANing Mrw.Almn ~ VOTE COUNT -v I,cma one fornici prado lecticut wore do rgiO ajis no 26 3 9 7 9 IC I Kasas Kentuck Lou'so INebrask a Nevad New Hampsh ire New Jersey New Mex i co New York North Carolina North Dakota Ok Ia homa Oregon .. Pennsyl vania Phode Island South Coroina $outh Dalkota Tennessee Teaas 5 Election Iliet he wi,, n,,'ks re-alert ili. Hobart KImc High, Miami; larny (ohmn, former governor; and Scott Kelly, shale senator, .21 have latpIXrtera. putting forward their namn-. an write-in candidates for If a t.r ii. o(n Iirst, .4ny iugllicd voter can Sst j write -ii vol. for ally caiidhIia. for .any office. H,,Id. the nanme if sc ufn.,' to te fillet liner,. .pp.ars the ItnaS of slot ha. c a i tie op. I.a it, ra vea 'd rigi of p.p r. A writ.-in vail. Is written ontipajpr. itemember, once the lurk In turuwd 10 flpVfl the wr it. -in *p -e ""a"uio in' ic h.d bat k Aga i. A cjididtal*. A voter can, ca,t j write -In vraI. for on. office or for iii. Insatrwc los us, how to cat rile-it. vol. at.' suppos.d to 1*. prirated onetch voting machin. Should you platocasta wribe-ia wot. ha. sure to brist your pencil with you. (Inc. pousaithevotlig machine yo. cai leav, and wnwe b.' k. Prihted stickers and rifler stamp. with the casti.'. name will fact b. cowSe. A write-ia vvA. mnanu )amt that -it must be writenor printed. Th.eui-.yOUwtrif-nmu.tah~o Polling Places crowd

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    RAY G RAVES talks over Florida future men Gators from left to right Doug Bi rd, gan, Bobby Dawns, Gerald Bramleft and This weekend the freshmen lost to Miami GrahamN Chance A t Sophomore Graham McKee! wil probably start at fullback for the Florida football team whenIt meets Georgia in the Gator Bowl Saturday,. Coach Ray Graves said MoKeel had a good chance to start with John Felber out of action with injured back and ribs, and Larry Dupree still hobbled with a bad ankle. Tom Shannon might also be back In the starting offensive backfield, according to Graves. Sophomore Steve Spurrner missed practice yesterday to get a tooth pulled, and Graves said Shannon could start if the tooth continues to give Spurrner trouble. Shannon moved back n the offensive unit yesterday tad Is nio longer working on defense. The Florida coach said he would definitely be alternating the two Gator quarterbacks more in the Georgia game than he has In the last two games. AIMn Poe Is still not back at full strength, bt Graves said he was the only sure starter In the Gator backfield for the Georgia game. "They missthe work at practice. That's what hurts them thentost,"' said the head coach of his injured players. Graves said he wasn't sure If Jack Harper would be back for the Georgia game or not. He said he would make a definite statement about Harper on Thursday. Ic~eeI wi th freshBobby MarRobert Russ. 27-8. Gets .uiback The Florida coach said t he Injury to defensive end Lynn Matbhews wasn't serious and he will start Saturday. Graves also said offensive tight end Gary Thomas would be back and Randy Jackson would be moved back to tackle. Alter watching the game films of the Auburn game, Graves had praise for linebacker Ron Pursell who lead the Gator tackling Saturday and also lauded t h e offensive blocking of Larry Gagner, Larry Beckman and Jim Benson. Mural Football Scores ORAN 3N 19 AEP KA SPE SX PGD XP 1 LXA PK P 14 GE LEAGUE -ATO 12 14 7 6 2 -PEPO0 DU 7 -AGR 7 -TK E 13 -DIAMOND BRIDAL PAIR Ito. thaeX 11ill i Colletton An euttptiOnll diamond bridal rair I th at not only um\quIe. but 4 tea tion ol the worlds gct I rat tsmen This ,s whv Zalet rest enioys an unequalled repu tat 'on for q ualhlv and design X ILI' /it '/S/ Hallmatk ci ExceIlerne 6! 3 12 I ligIh s,'hlu l dhlel rcr th I perhaps ii i rjubicqhh wi.) fir his foxorbili exploits at UF. All -Westerni Conference, All State, All-Southern, All-America, these are som.' of the important twa s Downs earned during his senior yearI [)owns came to IF on .i fourye ar football scholarship and proved hIs worth in his first game of the seasOn. AgaiLt the Freshmen Seminoles of Florida State Downs ran nill, caught several passes (one of which set up the second Gator touchdown), and made several sparkling plays as a defensive back. DOWDS received several plaudits from the press for his performance. Howeve r, the play which endeared Downs to the understanding fans was his 56yard run in which Downs eluded trap after trap. and had to reverse his field four times. The only trouble was Downs ran backwards. Yet Downs should not feel lonely in th unkind gar ofth spotlight most famous plays of all collegiate football history, California lineman Roy Riegel scooped up a fumble in the Rose Bowl game of 1928 on the Georgia Tech 30-yard line and lumbered 68 yards to his two-yard line before his own teammate pulled him down from be hind. Georgia Tech took advantage of thi s miscue and scored, thus winning by a score of 7-6. Unlike Reigel, Down's team did not lose, and, of course, Downs played a major role In making the victory possible. In speaking bout his run, Downs said, ''The first two time, I reversed my field, I was looking to throw the ball. Alter that I was just trying to get away from the horde of tacklers that had gotten past our linemen.' Applications for Editor are now being requested. trimester (January-April), he wllH o i F tiller knows alt r I cks 11( rietails th i you. He teaches u.s his~ yiaii sit.'No of the ltle I reatly help to keep our eyson the Iiline of scrimmage so is ic be 'Ole to see the elfgrlI rec eivers is we are running hack wards on pass dtefens,. "Fuller helps the offensive backs by instructing us on how to us e o ur blockers effectivelyrunning at a controlled speed and giving the linemen time to set up their blocks -and then finding the holes to run throughh" Downs was a seven-letterman in h ig h school --securing three in football, three In baseball. andone in basketball. In his sophomore season, he was selected AllConference shortstop. "I would rather play professional baseball than pro football, because the career is I Th lI r f ihjnicrs, r,' oI s, ,t ittsttS roll'I LIp in high e .o [Aj \lter> a [)ownTs In ,erimi t'Ir lt Is 1(1 niprenia sheet. He gaIned 972 yards ruslhlig, with an average of 8.8 yards per carry. He completed 26 pa*es for 491 yards. or an average of I) a ids per completion. [)owns ronmped ror 20 touchdowns hImnself, threw seven touchdown passes, arnd kicked 17 extrapolints. This total of 137 poInts set Western Conference record for most points in season by an individual. Led by Downs, Winter Haven compiled a season record of 10-I, with Downs scoring more by himself than did the team's II opponents combined. In the Blue Devil Bowl, Downs guided his team to a 26-21 vIctory over Orlando Boone, as he scored 20 of his team's points. 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