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Vol. 57, No. 45 University of FloridaGainesville Wednesday, Nov. 4, 1964


Campus News Inside Kennedy, Romney WinningCampus fl

News can be found on pages 9, 10 and 11 I T S Robert Kennedy is apparent winner in New York, I

in today's Alligator, since earlier pages are given George Romney forges ahead in Michigan. See t-

over to coverage of the national election. these, other stories, on page 2. l

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Qd JOHNSON ', In Landslide 1

WASHINGTONUPIPresident votes, the popular vote figure stood
S r Johnson drowned Sen. Barry M. like this Johnson 15,879,000;
i Goldwater In a tidal wave of votes Goldwater 10,559,000.
Tuesday night to sweep back Into This gave the Democratic ticket
the White House for a full four- of Johnson and Sen. Hubert H.
year term on his own. Humphrey some CO per cent, as
For all practical purposes the against 40 per cent for the GOP
f election was over at 10:11 p.m. ticket of Goldwater and Rep. William -
EST, while the polls were still Miller.As .
open on the West Coast, when early as 10:20 p.m. EST,
Johnson's home state of Texas Johnson had won 23 states with
gave him 25 electoral votes that their electoral votes and was lead-
put him over the top. Ing In 14 more with 165 electoral
At that point, the President hadEDITOR'S votes, for a projected total of 449.
r At 11 p.m. some 30 states were
f solidly declared In Johnson'
100LDWATER NOTE---Map column, Including the populous and t
f at left illustrates states I
electoral vote-rich state of Call
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11 Election Night !
p.m. ,
Johnson Wins in FloridaBurns
or heavily leaning tow-

ard one or the other

Whips HolleyMIAMI candidate. Mw If I

272 electoral votes with 270 needed'or f
(UPI) Democrat William 416,719 votes and Republican ward and Sarasota counties.
Democrats also nailed down con
Haydon Burns was elected Charles R. Holley polled 297,874. Burns, however, carried the 't '
tinued control of the new Senate
governor of Florida for a two- Burns pre-election boast other 65 Florida counties In early '4
and drove toward substantial
year term Tuesday night, endinga he would carry each of the 67 voting, including Republican a 4 \)
majority In the House of Representatives. -
long and bitter campaign. counties "by one of the highest strongholds of Palm Beach and *
The two parties waged
With 988 of Florida's 2,278pre- votes ever tabulated" was Brevard counties.
seesaw battle for control of
cincts reporting Burns had squashed by Republicans In Bro- President Johnson, cracking the 1
the nation's statehouses,the basis
of Florida ,
bedrock country
for future political
Republicanism, held a narrow lead power
Massive Victory over Sen. Barry Goldwater smashed Johnson's traditional overwhelming voting victory i

Tuesday night that appar.ot1yCh.a
him Florida's 14 electoral votes. patterns. He even won Vermont, THE AYES OF TEXAS are
which never had raised the Demo-
For Sen. HollandSpessard President Johnson ,
With 1,318 of the state's 2,278 cratic banner In a national elec upon ,
precincts reported at 10 p.m., the tion. He also took Maine which last following his mandate In
L. Holland, 72, won a Republican Broward County gave President had 541,002 votes to voted for the Donkey 1912 whenIt yesterday's election. i itornJ
ourth term to the UJS. Senate last the senator a slight margin after 508,734 for the Arizona senator. voted for Woodrow Wilson.
night, swamping his Republican 32 of the 136 county precincts Johnson, who kicked off his cam- Goldwater, too, shattered voting ,. Goldwater was lafglnf far
opponent in votes. reported. paign at Miami Beach last patterns even In defeat. As ei- behind In practically every state,
Keturns from 113 of Florida's Strongly Republican Pine lias February, had a commanding lead pected, the Arizona conservative, including traditionally bed-
2,278 precincts cave Holland County backed the senator In the in Pinellas County, not only the broke the traditional Democratic rock GOP areas such as the midwest -
285,639, Kirk 161,888. early returns as did Palm Beach bome county of Rep. William C. stranglehold on the Deep South by and the New England. Only
Republican Claude Kirk Jr., apolitical County. Cramer Florida's first RepubU- "winning Mississippi,Louisiana and la the Deep South was Goldwater I
newcomer, was given can congressman sine reconstruction Alabama, and also taking South runolfif strong. At 10 p.m., Gold-
little chance in the race by political Holland's conservative standon : but long the stronghold Carolina. water counted Alabama, South I
observers. the civil rights issue and of the GOP in the state. But Johnson woo la Florida and Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi
Holland captured all but two of medicare took some of the fire He was also ahead in missile- North Carolina.By definitely in his column, along
the state's 67 counties in the from Kirk's Republican pitch in conscious Brevard County by a the time Johnson won the
early polling, but strongly the predominantly GOP counties. slim margin election with his 272 electoral (See Story Page 2))


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Page 2, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, Nov. 4, 1964 _

It >0, F '- ",.:11 Lyndon By landslide

(Continued From Page 1))
trlct of Columbia,Illinois,Indiana, Johnson revealed his strennn
North Dokota, In Ohio which had
with South Dakota. In addition, Tennessee, Iowa. been classed
Maine, Texas,, a nip-and-tuck state.
Georgia and home-state of Arizona Kansas, Kentucky, I
were lelning toward Goldwater.At Maryland, Massachusetts, Michi- The President also scored early
12 midnight Johnson led gan, Minnesota, West Virginia, with Kentucky, Massachusetts, In.
Goldwater in Florida by 36,000 Oklahoma, Missouri, New Hamp- diana, Maryland and New Jersey
i "otes. shire, New Jersey and New Mexico. all bringing him Juicy electoral
At 10 p.m. Johnson was the win- Johnson was the apparent winner votes. He ran strongly through New
ner or heading for victory in California of 446 electoral votes at 11 p.m., England, Maine and Connecticut
New York, Colorado, Con- compared to Goldwater's apparent Joining the Bay State and Vermont

necticut, Vermont, Pennsylvania, total of 56. in his column.
Delaware, North Carolina,the Pis- So overwhelming was his lead Democratic lawmakers rode the
that a 9 p.m. EST with polls President's coattails toward
4trg t p ',j41 Y ApportionmentIssue still open in the Far West John- certain control of the 89th

son had won or was leading in Congress. There were hints that
states with 341 electoral votes. the Democratic majorities in the

Necessary to win: 270. House and Senate might be somewhat .
DeniedMIAMI True to expectations, the GOP larger than in the Congress
candidate took Mississippi and which adjourned this fall.

Alabama. Goldwater also captured But not all the election news
(UH) Early returnson South Carolina and waged a mighty was right for Democrats.

Florida's constitutional amend- battle for Georgia the only state Republican Jack Edward becamethe

ment balloting last night which never has gone Republican.But first member of his party
overwhelmingly barred inclusionof the national tide was running elected to Congress from Alabama
the present Illegal legislative strongly against the Arizona sena- since 1872. He defeated Democrat
NEW SENATOR Robert F. Kennedy smiles following reapportionment formula in the
tor who had campaigned on the John W. Tyson, a state senatorIn
close win over incumbent Kenneth Keating in New state charter. theme of a 'choice not an echo.' the 1st District.At .

York's nationally controversial race for U.S. Senate. That formula 43 senator, providing the Johnson ran particularly strongin 9:05 p.m. EST;the Columbia
existing 112-repre-
the industrial states. Among Broadcasting System said that on
sentative line up, was ruled unconstitutional others he took Ohio, which Gold- the basis of Its vote profile analysisthe
by the U.s. Supreme water had considered essential to President
was elected to a four-
RfK Court last June. But it went on
Apparent GOP victory. year term.
the ballot as amendment No. 1.
With 330 of 2,278 precincts accounted 'W_
for the vote was 69,754
to 30,562 against the proposal.
Senate WinnerGeorge .
Amendment No. 12, extening the -=w-iE'I
gas tax allocation for road construction -

bonds, also appeared
Romney, Robert Taft, winner over COP nomine 6 heading for defeat. The measure,
Jr., and Robert F. Kennedy were Winthrop Rockefeller, brother o' which has been under heavy fire in
apparent winners in Important national the current New York governor various areas, was being voted Y
races last night.Upsets were In California, actor Geor ge. down 81,031 to 17,826. '
brewing, however. I ..rphy had taken an early lea* No.2, setting up a Board of
Romney at 11:30 had pulled to an over former Kennedy press chle' Regents replacing the Board ofDeT

80,000 vote lead over Demo- Pierre Salinger. With four Control to oversee state unlversiv ar.

cratic challenger Neal Staebler cent of the ballots counted, Murph; ties and colleges, also was winning < .
after an earlier scare in which had 120,000 votes, compared t 0 58,629 to 42,455. 4 1
Staebler pulled within 4 votes of Salinger's 112,000.In 5' rt
the moderate Romney. Pennsylvania, Democra it No.4, authorizing the use of 4' Z sbt

In the nip and-tuck races in Genevieve Blatt was a scarfslength the school fund principal as well
Illinois and Ohio, both GOP candi- ahead of Republics 11 as Interest got an early thumbs
dates --- Chuck Percy and Bob moderate Hugh Scott, with p,625, down vote, 39,440 to 26,146 on
Taft, Jr., respectively -- were 000 votes, compared to Scott'i s the basis of returns from 251

In danger, although Taft had pulled 1,607,000. precincts.
ahead after an early lead by Demo-
crat Stephen Young. Taft at 11 .
p.m. led by 993,000 compared to t

Young's Illinois 921,000.In ,Democratic. Governor LBJ Probable County VictorSKIP .

Otto Kerner was leading, with
Kerner headquarters confidently HAVISER

predicted a 200,000-vote victory.In City Editor
the New York senatorial cam ii
paign, former Attorney General Haydon Burns was walking away Burns had 4,129 to Charles Hol- I
with the governship and Senator ley's 2,297 followed by Robert
Robert F. Kennedy was the pro-
jected winner over liberal Repub- Barry Goldwater was sticking King High with 96 write-ins, former '
lican Incumbent Kenneth Keating, close to President Johnson who Governor Leroy Collins, 15, _
held a small lead In Alachua County and Scott Kelly, three.
64-year old opponent. Kennedy at _
last night at 11. At
the Florida Union
11 p.m. had 1,313,000 votes.Keat-
ing had 1,009,000.In Johnson held his lead, built up Room, precinct 31, out of 1,496
Arkansasflve-ttmeGovernor in the rural areas -- the first to registered voters, Johnson received -
report -- with 4,476 to Goldwater's 528 and Goldwater, 397.
Orval Faubus was the apparent
3,798.GOVERNORELECT Incumbent Senator Spessard L.
W Holland got 568 and Senator Claude
- -- Kirk, 282.Holley .
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W ; led at th precinct wltn -
419 to Burns 238.
F x V'e With the returns slowly coming
into the Supervisor of BARRY HEADS WEST FOR BIG REST following his

aFt Registration's office, these unofficial mammoth landslide defeat at the polls to Pres. Lyn
returns represent 16 of 32
don Johnson.
Pictured above last
precincts In the county. Elevenof in a Phoenix rally

the reporting precincts are July. Goldwater reportedly plans to reside at his
r::;al. home
near Phoenix.
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Goldwater led in four of the -

"r k i .AP' I five reporting Gainesville

precincts.The Vofe Steal ChargedTAMPA
voter turnout was running
80 per cent in the city and 75
per cent in the county.
The only contested office on (UPI) state Republican Chairman Tom Fairfield Bro o

the county level was the supervisor charged Tuesday that the Democrats are "attempting the biggest rote
steal In our state's history."
of registration's post held by
Mrs. Alama B thea. Last night she Brown said duly appointed Goldwater and Republican poll watcher
seemed secure against the and ballot security officers were being removed from polls in violationof
floundering write-in attempt of Florida election laws.
T. Wakefleld. "We have received multiple reports from many counties thro
--- Incumbent Senator Spessard L. Florida of voting Irregularities and Indications are that there >sN

HAYDON BURNS swept all Holland led against Republican pattern throughout the state which leads to the above conclusion.:
but two of Florida's 67 counties enroute to his victory Cia 4e Kirk. Brown said.

over GOP nominee Charles (Chuck) Holley. All other county offices were secure He said the GOP state committee was preparing legal action la the
for the Democrats Hlllsborouith case.

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Comparison With The Past Wednesday, Nov. 4, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3r

I Elections: Some Close, Some LandslidesRON I

SPENCER American president has won. In the wilds of Africa, returned benefited from the third man a majority of the vote.Thurmond's
Executive Editor Back In 1920, the American hoping to regain the GOP from candidacy of Progressive Bob candidacy, coupled with the
electorate "returned to normalcy"with the grasp of the conservatives LaFollette to defeat his virtually candidacy of Progressive Henry
The last major "landslide" In a bang, supplying Republican only to find that he lacked the unknown darkhorse Democratic Wallace, disgruntled former
American political national candidate Warren G. Harding of power to gain the GOP nomination. contender John W. Davis of West Secretary of Agriculture and Vice
political history occurred In 1936 Teapot Dome Scandal and love- Notwithstanding, Roosevelt the Virginia and New York law fame President under the Roosevelt
when Incumbent President letter fame with a sweeping Younger formed his own party-- by more than 7 million votes. administration, gave him a vote
Franklin D. Roosevelt swept to an mandate at the polls. Harding, the Progressive Partyand Yet, Coolidge received only 54.4 deficit entering the race, but the
easy victory over GOP Kansas lackluster senator from Ohio who managed to finish second in a per cent of the vote. LaFollette, underdog won and Dewey was
Governor All Landon. Roosevelt moved in the White House with his three-party race. Woodrow Wilson running a strong third, finished excluded from the White House
garnered some 61.2 per cent of the "Ohio Gang," gathered 63.8 pel accumulated only 45.6 per cent of with nearly five million votes.In for the second consecutive time.
major party vote (which Includedthe cent of the two-party vote, out- the vote, but due to the split of 1948 Harry S. Truman, Franklin Roosevelt's lopsidedwin
Lemke Third Party votes) distancing his Democratic the Republican Party, this was Incumbent Democrat, was Jolted over Landon ranks at the top
and swept 523 of the 531 electoral competitor, fellow Ohioan James enough to Insure him his first termin when the southern conservativewing of the list of landslides according
votes. His margin of victory wasa Cox by 7 million votes out of the White House. A presidential of his party walked out at to margin of victory.Elsenhower's
comfortable 11 million-plus out 25 million cast. candidate in the 20th. century has the national convention 9.6 million vote margin over Adlal
of a total of over 44 million cast. Only twice in the present century never received a lower percentageof proclaiming allegiance to South Stevenson in their second campaign
However, Roosevelt's 1936 have candidates won who polled the votes than Wilson and won Carolina Governor J. Strom of 1956 ranks second in terms of
landslide, contrary to popular less than half of the vote. In 1912 the highest; office. Thurmond, who came to lead the total vote margin, and Coolidgt's
opinion, was not the greatest landslide Teddy Roosevelt, back in the In 1924 tnere was another three- third party Dixiecratic (State's easy win over Davis in 1924 ranks
by which a 20th century running after four years hunting party race In which Calvin Coolidge Rights) Party, won with less than third.

Results, Previous Elections

YEAR CANDIDATE-PARTY POP.VOTE ELECT. PCT. 2mllllogs Has the trimester system kept you
1900---McKINLEY (REP) 7.21 292 53.1
Bryan (Demo) 6.36 155 46.9
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1904T.ROOSEVELT (REP) 7.62 336 59.8A. '
Parker (Demo) 5.08 140 r 40.2 .:' "

1908W.H.. TAFT(REP) 7.68 321 54.5 "
W. J. Bryan(Dem'o) 6.41 162 45.5

The SEMINOLE photographer has
1912W. WILSON (DEMO) 6.29 435 ,..: 45.6T.
Roosevelt (Prog) 4.12 88 fr 29.8
W.H. Taft(Rep) 3.49 8 .)_ 25.3 .
agreed to stay FIVE more days. '
1916W. WILSON (DEMO) 9.13 277 '''fi '' 51.7C. ,
E. Hughes (Rap) 8.54 254 ;\:4 48.3
I M1 I A A i fwd
1920---W.G. HARDING (REP) 16.15 404 ," 63.8J. ..' l'I..>' ; >t,,.,' 'i I.r; : .",,I \I. :" ." :' )

Cox (Demo) 9.15. 127 38.2, ',. ," ,.. ; '.I, ', ".?. .
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r> '" { ,111:,, :.
1924---C. COOLIDGE (REP) 115.73 382 54.4J. fi'tl( .Pi. .; ,.,.'
W. Davis (Demo) 8.39 138 29.0 ,. .',1 ','
Robt. LaFollette (Prog) 4.82 13 16.6 They are: ".. .

1928---H. HOOVER (REP) 21.39 444 58.7A.
Smith (Demo) 15.02 87 41.3 \, .
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1932---F.D. ROOSEVELT (DEMO) 22.82 472 57.8H.
Hoover (Rap) 15.76 59 40.0
Thomas (Soc) 0.88 0 ,; 2.2 WEDNESDAY, November 12-5; 6-10

THURSDAY, November 5 9-1; 2-5; 6-10
1936---F.D. ROOOEVELT (DEMO) 27.75 523 61.2A.
Lmton (Rep) 16.68 8 ,..'. 36.e FRIDAY, November 6 9-1; 2-5; 6-10
W. Lemke (3rd. Pty.) 0.88 0 2.2 SATURDAY, November 7 9 until the last
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of leaves
1940---F.D.ROOOEVELT (DEMO) 27.24 449 55.0 you
W. Wl11kle (Rep) 22.31 82 .5.0 SUNDAY, November 1-4
1944-.D.ROOSEVELT (DEMO) 25.60 432 53.4T.
Dewey (Rep) 22.31 99 46.6
1948---II.S. TRUMAN (DEMO) 24.11 303 49.8T.
Dewey'Rep) 21.97 189 45.1
J.8. Thurmond (Dixie) 1.17 39 rt 2.6

H.Wallace (Prog) 1.16 0 1'1-'"" 2.8 LAST CHANCE 1.: '

1952--.D.E ENHOWER (REP) 33.82 442 55.3A.
Stevenson (Demo) 27.32 89 44.7

1956---D.E ENHOWER (REP) 35.59 457 57.8A.
Stevenson (Demo) 26.03 73 42.2
1960F. KENNEDY (DEMO) 34.22 303 50.1 I
RoM. Nixon (Rap) 34.11 219 49.9


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Students Cheated .


Students were cheated out of their seats at the football game
Saturday by blocs that overflowed into other seating areas.If .
Student Government (SG) Football Seating Chairman Hugh
McArthur can find someone willing to stick Ms neck out and
complain against these and other groups that committed seating
violations, the groups Involved will have their bloc seating -
privileges suspended.For .
someone whose undergone the frustration and discomfortof : ,
finding someone in your seat who won't budge an Inch and tells l .
you to "find another seat somewhere else," the punishmentseems \
much too soft.. .
McArthur and his committee are trying to keep the seating FROM THE THIRD FLOORMusical
system fair but they need the help of the individual student to 1

do It. Chairs Were PlayedDON
The little game the groups use to take seats away from other
students who rightfully belong there consists of a one-two
punch that's hard to combat. The KA explained he had to steal seats because
Step One happens when you discover someone in your seat DAVIS some nasty people had taken the ones in his
and ask him to produce his seating stub and/or move. He simply Columnist bloc. Well, Mrs. X replied he couldn't have the
ignores you and continues watching the game. You repeat your Saturday's football game was no comparisonto ones there. He argued back, and that was the
request but to no avail. He cannot hear you. the game of musical chairs played by groupsin mistake.
Step Two, the one designed to send you scurrying away like a blocs.In Temper out of hand, and justifiably incensed,
frightened rabbit, is started by your antagonist's cohorts behind front, about two rows down from where Mrs. X slapped the KA hard. So hard in fact
I this reporter sat, members of Kappa Alpha that his sun glasses were knocked from his head.
t I you.They begin shouting, "Down in front. Move It, Mac." This fraternity had overlowed from their own bloc Before the young man was forced to defend
\ Ingenious form of threatening harrassment will move all but the tn the nnn occupied' bv himself, Mr. X intervened and was able to
stoutest of hearts.If members of Georgia persuade Mrs. X to relax. Then the fraternityman
you stay and complain long enough, they may be nice enoughto Seagle Co-operative. Two moved to his seating bloc one rown down,
bunch up and give you back one or two of your seats. Maybe. girls, whose escorts had but his date wouldn't move. She obviously was
And so, in case you're not inclined to take on the 100-odd gone to find a campus in agreement with Mrs. X. Later she relented
members of the bloc, you leave your seats and sit in the aisle. policeman to move the and moved.
How does something like this happen? We wondered that too, Intruders in the KA blocso This Just all goes to point out that bloc
checked around, and found out some interesting facts. the KA's would move, seating at football games is not "the best It
It seems no one in blocs sits in the seat to which his ticket decided to stage a sit-in has ever been."
belongs. lIe Just plops down somewhere within the bloc's boundariesand and move the KA's out of Other fraternities and groups had similar
lets it go at that. the independent living problems Saturday; the two organizations listed
This is fine as long as the number of people and the number of organization's bloc DAVIS here were not alone.
seats in the bloc are the same. But when alumni and other people anyway.It With the crack-down on misuse of Activity
decide they want to sit in the bloc too the problem of not enough was a very humorous sight. At the first Cards in obtaining tickets for the games, one
seats develops. opportunity, the girls slipped in and sat down would think that some solution could be found
Quite naturally when other members of the group arrive, they just as the student stands responded to "all to police the seating in the stands.
take seats or the perimeter of the bloc assuming that is part of for the gators stand up and holler." Certainly it is a bad state of affairs when It
the bloc as well. The KA was a little shook with no place to is necessary to show up two hours in advanceto
Then enter members of the bloc next door who find their seats sit down. So he proceeded to sit in the lap of make sure no one gets your seat.
taken by the bloc that overflowed. This new bloc then compensatesby the girl who "stole" his commandeered seat. Also something is fishy when certain groups
taking a row from the bloc on the other side. Well, that action by one of the south's select don't have enough room to seat all the members
To be constructive, let us close with these two suggestions: didn't work worth a darn. Our fine young who have an assignment for that bloc. In other
-..if your bloc was the victim of a seating injustice or you man reluctantly arose and breathed furiouslyin words, what happened Hugh? Did the KA's
saw an injustice occur, report it to either Chairman McArthur or the young lady's face. SAE's and SN's mis-use or abuse seating
to The Alligator.if Then the funniest part of the whole episode privileges or did they get shorted on the numberof
-- every bloc would follow the seating rule which says each occurred. Seated next to the girl who had re-won seat assignments or what?
person is to sit in the seat to which his ticket belongs, injustices her seat was the cute, and fiery tempered wife Perhaps, since the football season is nearly
would be reduced and become much easier to arbitrate. of one of my acquaintances. When the dethroned over as far as home games are concerned,
Fairness and respect for the rights of others would be nice fraternity man demanded his seat, the young students will Just have to sigh and say "next
to add to the virtues of all Florida Men. student wife Intervened. .fall. .maybe."


I. The FloridaALLIGATOR Ii The Charity Game 11

RICK SCHUSTER my sock. The little devil hit skin. I screamed.The .
Served by United Press International ColumnistAs coed started to cry. Someone rushed over,
odd as it may seem, I am really a very and I thought that relief had arrived at last,

Editor . . . . . . . .Walker Lundy shy person. So naturally, I was very distraughtwhen either from the coed or the squirrel.But .
Managing Editor. . . . . . .Joel Gaston this bright little coed bounced up to me,
Executive Editor. . . . . . .Ron Spencer right there in the middle of the Plaza of the as fate would have it, it was another
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Nancy Brachey Americas, and asked me to donate money to coed, with a canister that had "United Fund'
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Dave Berkowiti the Dollars for Scholars Program. She rantedon written ominously across it. This time her angle
Editorial Page Editor. . . . . .Ed Barber for a few minutes about matching funds, caught the sun, and I had the glare of her
Sports Editor. . . . . . .Bruce Dudley and needy students, and having Dean Hale as a sorority pin and her plnmates frat pinto contend
City Editor. . . . . . . .Skip Haviser waiter It took me a good couple of minutes to with. At least in coming over she stepped aD,:
Campus Living Editor. . . ; .Jackie Cornelius pull myself together to meet her verbal onslaught the squirrel's tail, and sent it scurrying. 1b1J
because her sorority pin was reflecting pinned coed told me about giving the united**!.
Editorial Assistants--Jim Castello Ann Carter,Don Federman, into my eye. I finally maneuvered out of the and I told her I couldn't see why J should
Donita Mathison Toys Levine Sam Ullman Ernie LltzClrculatlon glare, but found myself pushed eonM't
... against a tree contribute to Gainesville charity, if I
Manager), Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). Thus WIth no escape,and register to vote here. She said she thought roj
with a squirrel trying to told her I waS
outlook was rather narrow. I
Reporters .. Patti Pltz (Student Government Beat Chief), bury an acorn through my broke. She joined the other coed in tears and
Joe Kollln, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf, Sharon Kelley, Yvette foot, I tried to rebut. I told me that she hadn't sold her quota of Peelsor
Cardozo, Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Thelma asked this overly sincere Seminoles and that she would face nodal
Mossman, Marjorie Green, Evan Langbeln, David Kennedy, little girl how much good S ostracism at dinner at the house U she diet
Terry Rogers, Susie Halback, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, the matching funds really i make her UF UF quota.
Beverly Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seltz, Sue Dobbie. did, if scholarships were That was the limit. After that I could donothing
really rare as some article with these
but break down and cry along
in the
Alligator said they
poor girls. was a ;
were. She mentioned
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper the trees, with a blue sky above, the threeus
of the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly sorority something getting about her SCHUSTER caught in self pity.But being a male, I ra1oed: tri
except during }May June and July when it is published semi- trophy. I told some control of myself more rapidly then the
her I
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The was broke. She told me I coeds. They felt rejected, but I felt persecute'
unpatriotic. I told
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. worthy a charity as her I thought I was as so I ran. Just as their tfars, started to
The Alligator is entered as second class matter at the United anyone else. their pins.
States Post Office at Gainesville. witty Well and, the thick.repartee The was really getting pretty Later on, I stopped by Albert's pen. I thte be
squirrel hid think
get through managed to in a dime, it landed on his nose. I
my shoe and
was now at work ort
smiled at me.



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Censoring --.I'I' -I"

::*::#::: EDITOR:
::1:1:1:1::: I'd like to congratulate the Florida Alligatorfor 'You Are So Wrong When You Say.s 1
1 1 1 keeping with Its fine tradition of offering
:::::::: an outlet for the students views. It's certainly
:::::::: wonderful that the student has a paper In which EDITOR: "The point Is," your editorial says "UF"
:;:;:: he may express his Ideas about anything he has produced almost every major political
:::::::; wishes, as long as It Is In agreement with the In your Mon., Oct. 26, editorial I cannot leader In 'the state of Florida" You list I
:::::::; type of matter that the Editors of the Florida believe the naivete you disclose when you ask, Smathers, Holland Bryant and Faircloth. 1
1:11;:;: Alligator feel they have room for! Yes, the "Why Not Here?" Now guess where they were, on a : :::
:.:::. student has been turned off because of "limited You are so wrong when you say, "No one Is CHANGED schedule that left out an area cones : ::::
space" and equal time given to both candidates.It to blame." sidered "eye to eye," but Included a place 1 :
seems as though what the student has to Who gave whole-hearted support to L.B.J.? where there was opposition. 1
say about the happenings at Hume Hall, Chilean or don't you read old Alligators? I
Politics or the U. of F. Sewage Plant Is more My word won't convince you, so let's hear from "Chief Executive arrives for visit followed ..,:+
Important than his views of our National one whom you naively presumed should think from plane by Sen. Smathers, Gov. Bryant."
Elections! of good 'ole UF, George Smathers. "Sen. Spessard Holland. . Introducing the
But I suppose I understand why the Editorsdid "We agonized over the discussion of President. .," and ". .practically the entire
such. What I'd like to know Is, when Is the Jacksonville versus Tampa" U.s. Sen. George State Cabinet.'
Alligator's name going to be changed to one Smathers said, "We decided he was alreadyso On this day the "Fla. Times Union" assured
more appropriate? Perhaps the "Investia popular In Tampa and St.Petersburg perhapswe these notables that Duval County was not "In
Gator," or even the "Florida Pravda." After should put him In Jacksonville ." the bag"
aU, both those papers also publish only what they Mr. Editor "We" used by Smathers means On this day The Alligator BLEATS that, "No
"have space for." the political leaders of the state of Florida. one Is to blame."
I don't thing the Editors have made a complete "People here (Jacksonville) don't all exactlysee Absence of discussion Is absenceof
blunder In their decision to censor all further eye to eye with the President," said George discussion even UF educated political
letters to the Editor dealing with the national Smathers. leader (s)" know this. What do you know Mr.
campaign. Think of the few pennies saved by Who told these men that we at UF see eye to Editor?
not adding one or perhaps even two pages, to eye with L.B.J.? Say Mac, do you read The
the already oversized Alligator. Alligator? John A. Dew 3ED
After all Is said and done, I believe one of
the top two Presidential candidates will be In
Washington behind the Presidential Seal, and
his presence there will be a tribute to the "Free
Press." A Conspiracy? Nov. 9 DeadlineFor

As this letter does deal Indirectly with the
National Campaign, I hope that It finds It way Into Christmas
the Alligator, even though the Alligator "will EDITOR:
not accept any future letters to the Editor dealing
with the National campaign." In his latest book,"None Here Call It Reason" DeIivery-
John Stormtrooper again twists facts and distortsthe )
David W. Kazarlan 5PH truth. For example on page 557, he states:
"The trimester system at the UF Is a
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Although The Alligator conspiracy to undermine and
has been criticized for printing too much national overthrow the helpless students there. These
and International news, Instead of more campus students are subjected to 14 weeks Intensive
events we have been printing stories on the cramming, which results 'in loss of sleep
Presidential election every day for some time bloodshot eyes mental and physical
now. For several weeks, both the Goldwater and deterioration, and loss of respect for the A Class ring is fine jewelry
Johnson groups on campus have been allowed American government. These students are
and who better to
space In which they could express their views. even subjected to standardized tests (a serve your
Until recently we have been printing letters to characteristic of Socialism! As Horatio jewelry needs than
the editor on the national campaign. Lately, Hornblower states In the Congressional ROBERTSON JEWELERS
we have received a raft of letters dealing with Record (taken out of context of course): '
the two candidates, with most of them going over 'The trimester system Is a conspiracy
the same points dealt with many times before. contrlbed by the government i for the 1. Fast courteous service
And the letters are long.We have a couple which, purpose of leading UF students down the
2. Trained sales people'In Jewelry Items
each one by Itself would completely fill a page, road of This menace must be
even devoid of any advertisements. As for stopped!- In"'the'd defense of U 3. Large choice of stones and styles
"adding one or perhaps even two pages" The no I 4. More ring for less money
Alligator must be printed In multiples of four. We laughed this off. How typical of Storm-
So, from eight, we would have to go to twelve trooper to distort facts! We were going to
to sixteen to twenty; etc.; at much more of a have a really hearty chuckle over It, but It was
cost than a "few pennies." And, lastly,althoughthe four In the morning and we still had a lot of cMet :
national elections are of extreme Importance homework to do.
to UF students, the dally grind goes on, with
Its dally problems. And these problems and Larry Gordon 2UC r
views also have a need to be discussed.) Charles Bottoms, 3AS CqGtM +f' 211 W. University Avc. ,

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v:," 2 GREAT C B I NATIONS : :. ,

Bottling Co. MitchJs

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,.,' ... --""" .. <- .' :m::: its customers. Mr. M Mhe hell likes his customers, and ::: .i
stands behind eve irof shoes he sells---both :m'1.' t
'.',::1 for fit and quality. Mitchell's' not only carries :mj:\ '
Whether humorous if
:: the latest in campus tf es s for men and women; he :;:::;: A
greeting cards or ;::: stocks them in fineily, durable brands. For ::j jm !m
i cosmetics, Quik- !::m shoes that will keepy in step with campus styles t:@ 1 t tr. !
t1Li1 Save Discount has j .
: ;j and withstand many c-campus walks to class, :;: I Iy :
'MA __ it veniently---just for you more con- : :ii shop at Mr. Mitchell' 1127 W. University Ave. m mI 11 j

across campus at :;: I
Carolyn Plaza--- :
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with large ;r j; .. :;j
t& -- discounts on name- :; Tn t h 7
brand sundries. .1 ( t.$ 11 11M :J::r::
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it inconvenient P 'T j! Only 300 of
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I Personal I Real EstateSANTA I I Real EstateSMALL J I r ServicesPROFESSIONAL I [ Lost Pound I

FE RIVER WATERFRONT ACREAGE in desirable TYPING done In LOST: TEP Jeweled Frat. Pin.

THE CELLAR! What Is It? A LOTS at IRA BEAS OASIS.Crystal location available 10 miles from my home. By DICTAPHONE beltsor Contact Bernie Silver at Tep

unique, new kind of entertainment! clear water, lime rock bottom, Gainesville,South,near lake;large copy work.MedicalTerminology House. Telephone 29353. Reward.
Watch for it. Call 8-1113 for ,huge evergreen trees. Free park trees, exclusive homes in area; passed. On approved Graduatelist. (L-45-2t-c).
information(-45-3toop). for camping. Call Ira L. school bus at door. FR 2-0328. Call Mrs. Lyons anytime
1 67160.(M-45-lt-c). REWARD NO QUESTIONS!
McCormick 462-1735, Rt. Box (I-37-20t-c)
94, Alachua. I-45-lt-c). Return beige wallet with blue
WILL KEEP CHILDREN In my buttons, lost in McCarty Hall, to
qamesviue I WantedWANT I home. From 1-5 years old. Claudia Adkison.Identification and

DRIVE-IN THEATRE BY OWNER: leaving area. Your Experienced. Call 372-5929.4013 personal papers needed now! Call
choice of 3 good duplexes with their SW 20th St. (M-44-3t-c). 378-1019.(L-45-2t-c).
TO PURCHASE a set of
2400 Hawthorne Road Incomes established. Also 2-br,
drums at a reasonable price.
Route ?0 376-5011 2 bath home on Cowpens Lake and Anyone Interested contact Mrs. MILLER& SONS AUTO PAINTING RETURN MADRAS WALLET, lost
4-br., 2 bath home at 225 NW 26 SHOP, all cars $29.95 body work. In R.O.T.C. building to Linda
Alvarez at 376-3261, Ext. 2019 or
St. Call John Dillon, FR 2-7658. 2010.(C-45-lt-c). We have moved to 1619 S. E. Weinberg, Important papers and
(I-43-St-c). Hawthorne Road. ALL WORK Identification needed Immediately!

11 FEMALE ROOMMATE over 21 GUARANTEED.(M-37-20t-c). Call 29477.(L-43-3t-c).
$FINaACA t tAla to share house near campus. Call I
2-2802 after 5 p.m. (C-44-4t-c). 27 YEARS EXPERIENCETAILORING:

Open 6:30 See 2 Hits HEELS ATTACHED bedroom apartment. Starlight MRS. DORA MANOOKIAN
Show 7:00 Late As 8:25 apartment house 8th St. and SW ctfLUiatloni of all Hindi on .
825 5 Mins. 5th Ave. Call Mike 3782932.(C- WontedStudeniIhargaAccount Jtnand\( Womtn't. CtotningEXPERT
40-5t-c). TAILORING
24 Hr. service: on ROTCPh.
15 Mlns. DON'T WALKGet
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It Repaired Complete Auto
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At Two Locations
Service14N.W.13thSt KISER'SOFFICE
;'i.wirn.wwrr. .nww wwi.wr.r. CENTER .
617 N. Main St. DESKS
3rd Hit At 9:45 101 N. Main St. SUZUKISales Ph 3721489 USED CHAIRS
1st Nat'l Bank
GIRLS' DORMITORY FR6-5211 Portables, Manuals

1 3 5 7 9 "A cheeky, stylish, variation on EIectricsEXCLUSIVE
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fine flippant film! The love scene in a OLYMPIA DEALER
.1 pssions. age brought bristling to life by canopied bed In a deserted castle is the

two of the most exciting stars oi our time! runniest! RENTALS
Expert Repairs
"Fully aware of 'Room At The Top,' they
NYI'MIN have fashioned a carefree, cocky comedy! 604 N. Main St.
v .11N1 Dt R / Sparkles with wit and a gratifying irreverence Phone 2-9607
for !
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:: 1\ti Campus News Briefs |iijjiii!

For Sale I I L Autos I L Autos I :j::\\j:::.: : :.:.

? 'Greek' Chaplin FR 6-1911 between 10 a.m. i! iif

| TATE CRUISAIRE Motor '63 DODGE :::;::: and 2 p.m. :::::::::::
[ V-8
model blue, likew Station Wagon. ::::;:::, The Greek Council for
otero 1963 seat, storage Auto trans., power steering, 1964 MG-B 1961 ALFA ROMEO,. ::s s:|i Chaplains elected William 11.i 'Dollars' Social i!|) :
passenger passing gear transferrable,50,000 Buy either one or both. Call B<) -i: :: Perrin Its new president Octo-
hpartment, and speedometer. mile warranty. $2095, after 6 call Cook, FR 8-1052 or FR 2-936;3 I jij-S:: : ber 27th. A Dollars for Scholars social ':::>::::::

;0. Call Mrs. Alvarez A-45-lt-c 3763261t. 376-3694. G-43-tf-nc). or see at Pike house. (0-4-1.. :::jj:|::::' Perrln, chaplin Theta; is set for Jennings Hall ::V;::;:;:::
2019 or 2010. ( ) tf-c). : i Recreation Room from 8 a.m. :;jj:;:;::;;:
: Chi fraternity, was elected
1960 CORVETTE. Hard top, 270 :: to 12 p.m. Friday, Nov. 6. i;*:::::*:;
xjx: : after past president Wesley :
MPLETELY FURNISHED 8'a' H.P., 4 speed stick, Posi-traction, j&jj:::::: E. Flanagan resigned. Open to all, the social Is ::;:::::
Trailer with 9'x25' Cabana. premium rubber. being sponsored by Jennings ::::;: :
May be seen 1963 MG-B :i-iS: for
RED, radio. Onlj Flanagan was Chaplin
Conditioned, central heat. at the lot ]yt Center for Dollars for Scho- -..:. .
near the
Century 8,000 miles and In really excellem t :$$: Sigma Chi fraternity.
Ice yard. Must see to appreciate. Tower. Will consider lars. A 25 cent donation is :r:<
trade. 376- condition $1950 or make offer,. ||| The Greek Council composed -
It t Chi 30 Archer Rd. Village. 3585 after 5 being asked and refreshments :::::::::.
, p.m. ). Must sell. Bob FR 8-1130. (0-44.. !::&:. of all chaplins from '
2-6944. (A-44-5t-c) :::::
ill FR will be served. :x':::;:
fraternities and sororities
5t-p) :t on
WGLE FLYING CLUB shares Convt. one owner. Full power.Call : campus. C-52 HamletShakespeare's ||

r sale. Fly for $1.50 per hour. 378-2293 after 5 p.m.G-43-3t-p). 11
t ticket for less than $200. FSU Bus "Hamlet," |m1:|j
A-44-5t-c ................ stu- :::::
ill[FR 6-8741. ( ) required reading for C-52 ::::;:
COLLECTOR'S ITEM '52 OPEL, GATOR :::1::::1:; The Faculty Club Is spon- dents, will be carried in play :j::'::::;:
J58 HARLEY-DAVIDSON. 165 radio & heater, new paint. $200or :::::::::::; soring a bus to the FSU game form by WUFT-TV, Channel !#$
cellent condition, dependable best offer. 6-2771 after 6 p.m. :::::::::: In Tallahassee. Tickets will 5, tomorrow. |:|::|:x
"insportation, new battery, new (G-43-3t-p). :|::|:::|:::|: be six dollars per person. The teleplay will begin at jij::::::;
|int $100. Phone FR 6-2123 after.m. :::::::::::: The bus will leave at 10 a.m. 9 p.m. and run for an hour :$:::::

>. (A-44-5t-c). 1964 CHEVROLET IMPALA SS. ADS'ELL ::;::1::':; from the parking lot west of and a half. |:::j::
Coupe. 409 cu. In. 380 H.P. 4-in- ;::g:::::': the University Auditorium and Although the play has been $:$:::
SNTED GAS HEATER. 1 year the-floor. Posl-trac., Like new ::::::::::::: return Immediately after the cut in several places it close- y:$:::
d. Will heat 2-br. home. $70. (1 year guarantee), white, black :::::::: game. Reservations should be ly follows theUPenqulnShake:1::::::1;:;
Jl Charlie Mayo FR 6-4471 or interior, Paul FR 2-1436. :::::::: made before Nov. 14 by calling speare" version edited by Dr. :::1:1::::
: 6-8366. (A-43-3t-c). (G-41-5t-c). ::jijv:::: Mrs. June Cowpenthwatte, G, B. Harrison. ::::$::

[>ACIOUS HOME BY OWNER,low __ l: i m 11 1 1 1 1 1 1111 1 mmmmmmm1;111;;;m111 1::::11111:;:::WWWy&;1 ;; 88 1;; :; ;WM:: ;;; ; ; 1 ;8$8:$&1

Bdrm.Iwn predated payment.2 bath at,Must large 1005 be living NE seen 6th room to St.be ',"I r r I ; I !;.ijJ I ,!

parate dining room, hardwoodors ; '} '
wall unit air conditioner, "The development ,
d lovely terrace. Call 376-4140 ii I
372-9659 after 3 p.m. (A-41-

-c). : .
of management a :

ULAR, excellent condition
omplete with substage lamp is essential a-
irrylng case. $250. Call FR 2- J, + w
72. (A-40-5t-c).

edding dress, 1 year old.Several
arty dresses, size 5. Call Pat
76-3261, Ext. 2172 or after 5:30
78-2668. (A-44-5t-c). great growth"y

For Rent
At the 1964 stockholders' meeting Arjay Miller

President of Ford Motor Company, emphasized the
blocks Company's farslghttd recruitment program and its accent
I off campus. Kitchen and
living room available. $25 per on developing management talent:
V '
month.! Call FR 2-2726. 304 NW "One aspect of our planning Is crucial to the success of 'OIl f1,1'i' ,
fjth Street. (B-44-tf-c). ., "
everything else we do. It engages the best thoughts and efforts of : ,;:

CE ROOM FOR rent In lovely our whole management team, from top to bottom, throughout tho '"..< ;>

10me to co-ed with car. Full world. I am speaking of the development of management. The *.>

itchen and living room privileges. immediate future of our Company depends heavily upon the abilities .;/ \, ;,:,
540 per month. Call FR 2-2726. of the people who are now key members of our management team "..\:'
617 NW 10th Ter. (B-44-tf-c). ,, '
"In the longer run, our future depends on what we are doing at :/i' :.

ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT the present time to attract and develop the people who will

Convenient> to campus. Available be making the major decisions 10 to 20 years from now. We arts .' '" "',
or 2nd trimester. Call 8-1268 t developing management competence in depth In order to attach tho :"'-.

NW mytime.14th Couples preferred. 3202 problems that will confront a company of great growth-and .
Street. (B-43-3t-c).
great growth (both in profits and sales) is exactly the goalwe ," .j

ROOM FOR RENT In private home, have established for Ford Motor Company, ."
for mature male student or "We are continuing to emphasize recruiting. Last spring, 180 of our. "I. .",
business man. Off street
of their time to recruiting '
private' management people devoted part ,'
entrance, linen & maid "' I '
service' Call FR 6-5360. 805 NE V outstanding graduates from colleges and universities throughout '";) .

1th Ter. (B-43-3t-c). the U.S. Last year, these efforts resulted In our hiring over ,, ,,: ;

I. .. V 1,000 graduates, 220 more than the year before. 1. ;
Yi"'t V1$ ,
l I I "We are seeking and we are finding young men-and young women, j
Autos ,
t M"='f ;" too-with brains and backbone-people who have the ability and ,

PLYMOUTH '57 : the desire to make room for themselves at the top. We give our
Automatic trans ,
mission: $300. Call Ben, 8-2279 W r-:::. trainees challenging assignments with as much responsibility as
or see it at 1223 NW 4th Place. they can carry. We promote them as fast as they are ready. Those

(G-45-3t-p). .. ,\ who are interested in easy security soon drop out. Those who ,

.''" ,I, have what we want stay with us, and move up quickly to Increased ".
1957, 1600S. Clean,
uver-gray Ji ,' responsibility the pay that goes with it. Thanks to the quality ". ,
coupe. Call 372-3216 IfII l' < rj"to ..
alter 8 p.m. (G-43-3t-c). ql"4 -': ,,<.' ', of the people we are recruiting and developing I 11m firmly : :155

- convinced that our outlook Is most promising." '4 :t!$' t 1i
1060 4-dr. 88 OLDSMOBILE, '. .. I I!t.'.'y Id1"1'1J y;
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10, The Florida Alligator Wednesday, Nov. 4, 1964
- -

Not Muzzling' Paper, f

Says Leg Leader Segal"We ,


have been accused newspaper after the Legislative so that the student body will know
muzzling the press,but actually we Council passed a bill requiringThe what goes on in our meetings."
are not telling The Alligator what Alligator to print the minutesof "In the past," Segal continued,
not to print," Robert Segal,Legislative all Council meetings. "many members of the Legislative -
Council majority floor Segal said "We are Just asking Council felt that we had
leader said last week. The Alligator to print our minutes attended an entirely different
Segal's comment answered meeting from the one reported In
charge the Legislative Council Is The Alligator."
attempting to censor the Segal added that the motion requiring -
newspaper. He blasted a cartoon The Alligator to print the
which appeared In the Oct. 29 minutes did not overstep the Legis-
Issue of The Alligator which pro- lative Council's bounds. M
trayed a member of the Legislative C "We have the power to do this h
Council leading an alligator by the UF constitution, so I feel ''VV
to a shop to be fitted for a muzzle. j4,1F that It Is strictly legal. We hatedto
fit fitw
.. The cartoon was printed In the use this measure, but we felt
that this was the best way to let
w+rqr the student body know exactly what
Money goes on at our meetings."
Segal stated he hopes The Alligator -
and the Legislative Council
Clinks In i will cease bickering on the mat-
ter of publishing the minutes.
"An attempt is now being madeto
SEVERAL GROUPS have cut down on the pettypoliticsand
the demagoguery between the
been added to the Dollars
Gator and V.0.T.E. parties in
For Scholars honor roll. -- the Legislative Council. I hope that
chairman of this can be extended to also Include j
Bill McBride, SEGAL. No Muzzling "
The Alligator, he said.
the drive, urgesall I groupsto Segal added that "The Alligator

submit contributions as Food Service editorals have been a good serviceto
the student body, and will con-
as possible. Moneymay
tinue to be so.
be turned in on the "If we can begin to work togethernow

third floor of the FU between Helping DriveThe it will definitely be in the
best Interest of the University of
7 and 9:30 evening "
any Florida.
UP Food Service Is assist-
this week. ing five Dollars for Scholars pro-
jects on campus this trimester, UF Moot Team
according to Director Gay H.Wei-
To CompeteThe
Dorm Competition:
Candy and cookies were sold University of Florida's'
Graham (women) $54.87 to dormitories at wholesale Appelate Moot Court team will Peel Editors
East Jennings 44.00 prices, and Jennings Hall got the represent the Southeast United
food and cooks for its spaghetti States in national competition in
supper last Oct. 24 from Food New York City Nov. 12 13.
SororitiesChi Service," Welborn said. Representatives of law schools
Omega 76.40 Reid Hall bought boxes of candy throughout the country will com-
, which they will sell for $1.23 a pete in the contest, which consistsof Have More
Sigma Kappa 41. 40 box, a SO-cent profit. Droward arguing a law case before a
Zeta Tau Alpha 58.00 Hall will sell cookies and candy panel of Judges. Each team must
and Mallory Hall will sell candied have one argument and submit one
apples. legal brief for the Judges.
Fraternities Rawlings plans to set up a The UF's team, which consists
Delta Upsilon 35.00 waitress system. The girls will of Gerry Richmond,Robert Feagin, Fun !
offer to carry trays to tables in and Brian Ellis, was selected
: their dorm cafeteria and any tips through a contest held in the law
GATOR CLASSIFIEDSGet they receive will go to Dollarsfor school.
Scholars.In The team won the right to represent
Done ( if he has dark hair
Things the future Welborn said he the Southeast by winningthe even ).
Call 3763261Ext. would like to work out a more state competition in Miami and
2832 coordinated program with the the regional contest in Atlanta
dorms. earlier this year.

Though we can't all be PEEL Editor, we

can all help him to have more fun.

NOTICEApplications Surely, fellow students, you must know

y some good jokes (worth $$$), be able

to draw, or say something off-beat. An
for Editor-in-Chief of THE FLORIDA ALLIGATORare

surely there must be a few sororitiesand

now being requested. Term of. office will be during the second

dorms willing to donate their best

trimester (January-April), to fill the unexpired term of the grad-

for one of our upcoming provocative

uating editor.

photo essays. So how about dropping I in

t Application forms may be obtained in Room 9, Florida Union,

i on the PEEL any weekday from 2-5

and must be returned no later than Noon, Nov. 12, 1964.

A In Room 15 of the Union or call Ext.

---Joard. of Student Publications- \.
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1; J "', 2832. Besides, the girl is getting pretty

F neavy on the Editor's ba, klPage !
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. Can Nominate Selves Wednesday, Nov. 4, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 11

I rHol1[ Of fame'Altered ...J.: -\, ..

For the first time in 33 years pation In community, activities, 574 members. Last year 34 new )
OF students will be allowed to nom- leadership and academic per- members were Installed.
themselves for the Seminole formance. "For the
m ate first four years about
YearbOOk Hall of Fame, according "Good grades, even a 4.0 eight to 10 students were selected
to joe Coudon, recorder to the average, is not enough. To be each year. During the past 10
selection board. selected a student must excel in
"NormallY," Coudon said, "the other areas, also," Coudon stated. years, It's been about 30 each
up president and the college deans Nominees are selected by a six- year" Stuart said.
dO all the nominating. This year member board composed of FrankT. "The new nominating procedure
Stuart, who does the background Adams, Dean of Men; MarnaV. shouldn't significantly increase the
work for the Hall of Fame, Brady Dean of Women; Lester number of candidates," Coudon
pushed through the self-nominating L. Hale Dean of Student Affairs; said. "Although selfnominationswon't

provision." Ron LaFace, president of Blue go through a college dean for
Stuart suggested the Idea to Key; Gail McCaleb, president of approval, but directly to the selection -
Dean Lester Hale. Hale, who Is Mortar Board; and Ken Kennedy, board, the admittance
u In charge" of the Hall,approved. president of Student Government. standards are so high only a few sA'A'
Nominating requests have been Coudon, who I s editor of the will nominate themselves,"
nailed to each college dean. Lists Seminole Yearbook serves as recorder Coudon added. _
must be rturned Coudon by Nov. without vote.

z. An application form will Immediately "I got the change to nominating The Hall of Fame selection board I ....
be mailed to each procedures" said Edwin Stuart, also chooses students for Inclusionin _
nominee by the Seminole staff. assistant editor, Seminole Year- "Who's Who Among University
"By Nov. 6 any local studentwho book, "because we had so much Students," Coudon said. But this
didn't receive a form will trouble last year. Several has nothing to do with Hall of

know he wasn't nominated stated nominees did not receive their Fame selection, as is commonly LONG LINES failed to halt these Alachua County
Coudon. "During the week of Nov. application form, and when we believed, he added. School.
voters who cast their ballots at P. K. Yonge
9, he can nominate himself If he found out we had to hold a special "Who's Who' gave the UF a
wishes," he added. meeting of the selection board." quota of 36 this year. For the Hall (Photo by Carolyn Johnston)
The Hall of Fame was Stuart, who handles all the administrative of Fame there Is no quota. Selec-
established in 1931 to recognize details for the Hall tion for one doesn't mean automatic
UF students for outstanding ser- of Fame, except acting as selection for the other," Coudon Slow Voters
vices to the university partici recorder said the elite club has

Cause Delay

Staff Writer
Voting delays yesterday wen At the Gainesville Recreation
a attributed to people staying In the Center precinct 27, Inspector
booths too long by Mrs. Alma Mrs. Dorothy J. Rankin reported
K. Dethea, Alachua County supervisor that voters were moving through
of voter registration. She very rapidly.
added that voters were being held toiler worker Mrs. John Baxter
to the five minute limit rule. said she thought voting at Florida
,I She said Alachua County had Union Precinct 31 was going

) f A .r enough voting machines to satisfy smoothly. She estimated that the
the law, even though two were longest 'waiting time was 20
.I malfunctioning at the P.K. Yonge minutes.
precinct. "I think any delay is due to
Mrs. Estelle Tilghman, Clerk the long ballot" she said. "
of precinct 23, at P.K. Yonge
r.t: ,' said she thought waiting was trued

... "t ;; \O.1. .b1' \ all over town, and was expected. U F To Get
,\od "There are more registered voters -
"..a1'1'1" \. '.".".." -';"'-. -... ..... this times, but now more Ie" ;irit 1:1" '
machines," she said. -'J ag
JUST TALLYING the votes for LBJ at Democratic headquarters were from left, Ger- "People are taking too long," have
The UF will a spirit flag
aid Haskins, Gene Williams i l and Jack Williams. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) she stated. "We try to tell them sometime next semester
if they stay in too long and ask Miss Casey Llnwick, a memberof
them if they're having trouble or the student government spirit
If we can help them which usually committee, said the committeewill
hurries them."
sponsor a campus-wide
"None of the delay is on pur- contest to select a flag.
pose," she feels. Art students are working on

possible designs and will submit
Does: Ideas to the committee. Designswill
: : : /--', WHAT'S1NEW then be turned over to the

student body for selection.The .
/ "\ spirit flat will be raised
when any Florida team earns a

this (( )i' IN THE NOVEMBERATLANTIC? 1:victory.

: Canada A Special, Supplement' di.- ** c1A'IlNf.
\ cusses segregation the new Canadian
I leaderihlp. Can.dr's struggle" for
\ / unity her author in J palntert.Timely' I .
article' on; What I* Canada, Can
spot: French Canada Stand Alenef TheTreuble '
'.. with Quebec Canada at a
Middle ,...'. Cducatlem Past and I
Future. The Dilemma el the Canadian/
Writer, and other *..gbect| .

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Snew"byRebertAdamiAnappraltalof '
feel sticky Sir Chart'**' writing, his new book
c.,,..,,. el fewer, end his contribution BAIT
to the two-cul/urea dialogue.

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'f.F T ," --u..- .=.c. :-':.' ffftfrVftft&ttMatthews: :';';' ;;: .;.;.;..;..>.>>>;.;'';';' '=]'r. -.'..'.............>.>:0: Fiji Team Scores 61 PointsIn

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I ; '' Platoon Football I Ii Record Breaking GameERNIE

: .
f i JEFF DENKEWALTER for the most part is as mechanicalas LITZIntramurals
Sports Writer offense. On a pressing defense, Editor Joe Keenan to Fred Manningwas this year.
t \ : everyone runs a pre-deslgnated a moving combination.Keenan The Phi Gams managed to score
: :t "I think the two-platoon system pattern. This pattern ideally should The Fiji J intramural football also decided to score on a run. only one extra point through the
;I has definitely been a key to our leave no holes In the line. On a score Monday of 61-0 over the Other TD scored on passes from marathon and that was by pledge
I J success this season." Such were reading defense, defensive lineman Phi Eps was said by Paul Varnes Disler were made by Charley Frie- Bill Henry.
} : the words of Gator defensive end usually lays back to see the Intramurals' graduate manager, burger and Gordon Watts. Watts Altogether, the Flits scored ten
I ; Lynn Matthews. play forming. Ideally this should to be the highest score he can was recently selected to allcampus TD's and intercepted four passes,
' ){ Matthews continued, "By concentrating also leave no place for the offes- ever remember being recorded.Phi Intramural volleyball team three for scores.
I |( ; primarily on defense, slve back to go. But In either defense Gamma Delta upended Phi
't I In a sense am getting twice there is no guessing.figureit Epsilon Pi by that score in a Alan Poe's Father I
1 Injured
I |) ; as much time to practice on it. this way. If you guess right, rout that Intramurals members
I )| I When reviewing films, I only have you look great. But if you guess cannot explain.
I : to look at the other team's offense wrong, you look like a fool and John Dltsler, 5 Eg from Miami, Florida halfback Alan Poe went We are in for an awfully hard
I \ \I ', to know what I am supposed to do. you leave a big hole in the line." threw five touchdown passes and to Tampa yesterday where his battle Saturday and I know every
I \ I On the practice field, I can specialize When questioned.about what has ran for one himself. father was critically injured in man on our squad now realizes
It I on defense." Impressed him most on the Gator The Fiji's could do no wrongas an automobile accident, accordingto it.

I 5 t According to this 6 foot 2, 203 team this year, Matthews they consistently pushed ahead Coach Ray Graves. The last three years, Florida
I ; : .,... pound j Junior from Tampa, his answered, "I guess you would haveto from yardage threw the air and on Poe missed practice yesterday, has downed the Bulldogs three
I I ..* biggest disappointment this season say it was lots of faith. The the ground. and Graves said he didn't know touchdowns to two.
1\; I was the Alabama game. As offense has faith that the defense An all-campus football selection when Poe would return to Coach Graves said he expectsto
! "'. Matthews said, "Our defense Just will hold the other team, and the last year, Charlie Johnson, Inter- Gainesville.In "change the script this year"
couldn't seem to do anything. Our defense has confidence that the cepted a pass on the second playof and two touchdowns will win the
1 offense will few the game and ran 60 yards for the Gator football camp, the
\ offense did a fine Job. I guess hang a scoreson game.
f the first touchdown.The Florida team started to preparefor
;' you might say we owe the offense the board. The Florida coach said he
| : a game." As for his future plans, Matthews two and one half point calam- the Georgia Bulldogs. expects the game to feature the
Though defense is his specialty commented, "I would like to coach ity for the Phi Eps continued "We fully expected Georgia to running game of both clubs and ball
this year, Matthews proved his football after graduation back in when Greg Seltz, 4 Jm from Bur- be tough for us," said Graves. control.
: "I offensive ability In his sophomore Tampa. High school coaching suits bank, Calif., Intercepted another "However, I don't think anybody "Both teams should also use
.t year. Among his more memor- me fine though college coaching pass for a TD. He later scored knew before the year Just how the kicking game extensively," he
able achievements was catchingi would be a challenge." again on an end run play. tough they would turn out to be. said.
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touchdown against MississippiState
last year.Matthews .

I, summed up his duties ,: ,
; as defensive end. "Probably the .f

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legs. Once a lInemancangetinsideto majors apply :< ,
your legs, he can block you out ,r""
of the play."

Matthews continued, "Defense

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