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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1964
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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Vol. 57, No. 47 University of Florida,Gainesville) Friday, Nov. 6, 1964 I


Bar-B-Que Pre-Game I Zounds Spurrier Snatched

TomorrowNearly I 'v, -,'.:' .'.:: r W.Jennings !

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3, 000 University of ,. S,rt
Florida alumni, friends and "r if'i!
students are expected to attend the ) 'Steals'HimFor
20th Annual Florida Georgia Bar-
B-Que before the game Jackson ,,
ville tomorrow.The trjlor\ '
largest crowd ever to attend 4 Dollar
the event will gather in the mammoth .
Jacksonville Coliseum, next \ Gator football star Steve Spur
next to the Gator Bowl for the rier has been kidnapped."No .
two hour "eatathon" which will money, no Spurrier said
feature music, professional en Miss Ann Rothenburg West Jen-
tertainment speeches and a pep nigs resident assistant.
rally. Spurrier is being held for $100
ransom by Jennings residents in
the Gainesville City Jail.
The Gator Band will be on hand "U students want him back for
with the cheerleaders to keep the tomorrow's game they'll have to
spirit up as Jacksonville television pay," Miss Rothenberg said. "Let
personality Dick Stratton emcees .,. them show he's worth $100."
the festivities. State and local I' \'\"' ''''I' The ransom will be donated to
dignitaries Including Governor 'IIt /; \ Dollars for Scholars and today: is
Farris Bryant Governor-Elect \ the last scheduled day of the annual
Haydon Burns, members of the drive. But that schedule may
UjS. Senate and House of Representatives have to be extended If students
will be there. don't meet S pu r r Ie r'. ransom,
Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, UF president Miss Rothenberg> said.
and Head Coach Ray Graves She said Spurrier Is really in
.. ,
will welcome the thousands from all --- ---- s -- w- _- the jail. "Jf you don't believe it,
over Florida who are expected to TEMPORARY CHEF Ray Graves, center, prepares to test Bar-B-Que for pre-game call and see"

attend. Georgia Coach Vince feast in Jacksonville tomorrow while Jacksonville Alumni President' Don Bolling, left, The resident assistant advised
Dooley has been Invited to speak. students to call the police station
and Bar-B-Que chairman Lou Frost observe. Graves' Florida Gators
Several surprise guests are also hope to Bar-B- instead of going there.
scheduled to make appearances, Que the Georgia Bulldogs later in the day. _, "We'll hold him until WI get the
but a spokes man for the sponsoring money..until next year if we haveto.

not Jacksonville disclose Alumni who the Club surprises would Committee Sets 25c Will' GetDollar .Students" can free the Gator

would be.PickUp.
starter by paying portion of the
ransom to any Jennings resident
Refunds You A wearing the sign "No money, no
Study Of ROTCA Spurrier!
Before HalftimeStudents "We need him back," remarked
Coach Ray Graves. "How are wes
are reminded to seven-man faculty committee has been appointed at the UF to For Scholars opposed to beat Georgia tomorrow
study and make recommendations regarding the Reserve Officers "
without a full team?
pick ticket refunds
up deposit Training Corps (ROTC) program. Twenty-five cents Invested can
before halftime of the "
University Vice President for Academic Affairs Robert B. Mautz earn 75 cents' interest today as "I.
Georgia football game at the called on the committee to study four Issues In connection with the Alpha Delta PI sorority collects I
,. Gator Bowl Saturday after- present ROTC program Dollars for Scholars donations.
s noon. No money will be re- (1) The implications of the new ROTC Vitalization Act, passed by Sixty five ADPi sisters and rrt I
funded alter halftime or at the Congresss this year, on local ROTC units. pledges will be wearing name tags
i university. (2) Ways and means of enoourae- decorated with dollar signs. Five I

( 11: @W@WM MAINLY I ALBERTi m..lii):[ |.tSomething | Ing ROTC larger programs.enrollments in the senior of signs these printed will on also the reverse have dollar side. r

(3) The question of voluntaryor For 25 cents, students can"take
I Fishy I' compulsory ROTC during the a peek" at the backside according
j! freshman and sophomore years. to Payson Jeter 4AS,ADPI Dollarsfor
; j p
(4) Time-credit ratios in ROTC Scholars chairman.
I In Albert Pen f:::; courses. U the dollar sign Is on the re-
m : s jjj i 1:
Chairman of the committee and verse side, the sister will pay the
:::: :::::
::;:::::|::; UF's tenant alligator who lives in his one-room reptile dorm :$::::::, Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs donor a dollar In cash. 4
jf:::::::: next to the century tower,is not THE Albert, says L.W. Melvin, :ft::*: Dr. Franklin A. Doty stateda Miss Jeter said the sorority representatives .

::|::::|:x:: gator caretaker. i#::;: report of the group's findings will be everywhereon
::;:::::: "He Just can't be the same one," said Melvin, who's fed :ijiv'i:::: would be forwarded to UF President campus all day today .- In
::::$::::' and cared for a long succession of alligators. :v'v:::, J. Wayne Reitz as soon as the library, classes, dorms and 4
::::;::;:: Albert was the UF mascot alligator which was stolen last f.igjj:;:: possible and hopefully by the end fraternity houses.
:&::;:: spring -- presumably by students Irom Florida State University. :%::: of the present trimester in early The "Interest" money being
:.:;:;::. Following the theft, a gator was found tied to a flagpole jg;:i f fat :: December. given away by the sorority is coming
:;$::::: FSU. The pet was brought to'here on the assumption that %:::% Implementation of the ROTC from the ADPI treasury she said. STEVE SPURRIER .1

:gig..:::.::.'. it was the beloved Albert. jg: ;:| Vitalization Act will permit junior ...............u... .......u........... .
:: college transfers to the university %% -% %% v/ : ,< r *
:ijvj:::::: "The old one was missing a toe on his right foot but this gig::::: ff
who have not had
:::::::: gator has all of his toes," he said. :::;: participate In a full opportunityto four-year & :==: :: tl I

:t::&:::: mascot."Besides" be Is at least a third larger than the stolen 2:$:# ROTC program to skip the first /
two years of ROTC training by ,;:
:gj::;::::| He also noted a difference In temperament between the two :.:?: substituting attendance at

::::;:::: gators. The animal DOW residing In the mascot's pen is much ?$ camp before entering their summer Junior Tommy Thompson, Dollars for Dorm Area Competition
igij faster and meaner than the other who was well-known for :$. Men
year at the university, a military Scholars treasurer announced the
:::::: his laziness. $:&::: spokesman for the local unit said. following totals last night for the urphee Arta..t12.54'Wom.os
:::::::::-: "You have to this when in
keep your eye on one you're /:# Lt. Col. Milton B. Christian annual drive which will end Sunday .
:M:;:: the pen with film," he said. %% assistant professor of military at 7 p.m. Rawlings Hall.......$184.81
:::& The Albert that disappeared early this year was about the #xff#: science, said the new act also (South and North)
Steward........... S
::;: third In UF's & for increase
$ one history. $ provides an In cadet
Sx;i: Melvin said that he's been successful with wards because 'ffi pay from $27 to 940 per month. Sorority Competition Jennings East $97.31 4
..... .
::;j: he feeds them before entering the cage. "That way be'. not #:S| Students who take advantage of Alpha Chi Omega......$290.33 Graham $84.87 'I'II
:::::j 4? hungary when I'm In there," Melvin explained. 'ffi the scholarship section of the act Chi Oroegi$287.30 I
:;:::: People throw money Into the cage, Melvin said, which goes ::(& will be paid a higher rate of ISO Zeta Tau Alpha..-....$218.03 Donations
j|.:.i:$ to pay tor Albert's food. fyfy per month,plus funds covering cost Delta Delta Delta...$182.03 Engineer's 'alr.IOOCooperative
.......... Living Organlzation-
f ii:&: Albert Is still a youngster far as alligators count birthdays.t of tuition, living expenses and Sigma Kappa $137.09 ........$e.
books. Phi MU...............$8U4
::.. He's 16. m .
:: Science .
: Poultry : Club $30
/; ;; ftj r tWm }itir: r ;Iirrf/r/11r rrr f:.f:,:*'rirrrr"J.v/rrrNJfr' { > .ij'iiffrrrrfr Ji: (Continued on page 2)) Alpha Omicron Pi.-$65J0 Alpha Lamda Delta-..-$10


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|| Shannon Public Relations EspanolA ::1'.::.:::.:::.

:::::::::: A date with Gator Star Quarterback Public Relations studentsare Spanish conversation 1
::::Xj:: Tommy Shannon is of- urged to attend the next meeting will be held 7:30 Mon- :::::::
::::::::::: fered by Mallory Hall Council meeting of the Student Public day night at the International ::::;::
%:$: in its Dollars for Scholars Relations Organization Center. Refreshments will be :::::r:
:$:::$::: drive. (SPRO) Tuesday night at served. :::::::
:::|::i::|:: Raffle tickets at 25 cents 7:30 in the Stadium, room
1: 1111 will be available today and 236.A.
:::::: tomorrow from Mallory residents spelcal program is plan-
:.:.:..::..:,. or In the Mallory lob- ned that features a leading Fall FrolicsTickets
:::::::: corporate public relations
::::::::$ by.Girls from the dorm willgig executive In Florida. :::::::
::::::f be wearing tags printed with for Fall Frolics will ::::1:
:::|::j:|: "A Quarter for a Quarter- be on sale Nov. 9-13 at the ::::::: i
::::|:.::::| back." Drawing for the win- information booth across from :::::::
:jijijij:::::: ner will be tomorrow night at Liberal Forum the Hub, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. :::::;:
::::::::: 10 in the lobby. Barbara Hol- at $3.50 per couple.Playboy mm.
::::: cum, Mallory "Scholars" '
:.:.:.: chairman, said Shannon will "Racism or Private Vices, :
::::: take the winning girl anywhere Public Benefits" will be dis- 4 _
!:::::: she wants to go. cussed at the Liberal Religious -
Jxtf:::: Forum Sunday night at
;f 1!1; Public Relations 7:30 in the Florida Union John- Party ||

;::1; son Lounge. Guest speaker 11111 i vy
will be Edward Richer, Humanities -
::::::: Lt. Edward
: Connerly,
Department. ::::j _
Graham Area is planning
::::::; Gainesville police, will speak
::: another "Playboy Party" for
:jjjjljj::: to members of PI Sigma Ep-
Saturday night, Nov. 14, beginning ;:;; i
|::|::|:| sllon on public relations of a y
at 8 o'clock. ;::::::: ,
:v'xl;::: city police department. < L
A similar party last fall ::::
X Everyone is invited to 'SA
|: ::| the
JenningsAll known "Harold's Club :::::1
::::::: meeting Monday night at 7 as .
::::::: In Florida Union Room 116. attracted an estimated 1000 :::::::: .
;@ students and was rated highly :::::::: {
students are invited to successful. :::::::; .
:|:::|::: Hootenanny the Center Jennings social in Kerrie Leonard, Graham :::: .ypr
::x-A:::::: Jennings Hall RecreationRoom Area Social Committee mem- ::::::::
:ijijiji:::; North East Droward and from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. ber, stresses the need of more ::::::::
:ijjjijij::::: Hume Halls are sponsoring a tonight. "bunnies" for the part and 1:1::::1: O
::::::y::: hootenanny tonight at 8 In A donation of 25 cents is requests interested girls to ::::::::
:ijix'ii:::: Broward Recreation Room being asked for "Dollars for contact their floor representatives ::::::::
:Iwhich:;:::::: will last until 12:30 a.m. Scholars." Refreshments will in the dormitories for ::::::::
11 m$ Everyone is invited. be served. further information. :;:::;

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Win Or... (Continued from Page 1))

Election campaign '64 will be the Christian said no criteria for selecting KISER'SOFFICE
theme of a Club Rendezvous party scholarship recipients has
scheduled for 8 p.m. tonight in bean decided. EQUIPMENT Thriller-dillers are not usually the propri
the Florida Union basement. Under the new act, junior col- etor's stock in trade, but his new sweaters,
This "Winners-Losers ElectionParty" lege transfers will not be eligiblefor DESKS
USED one and all have a distinct air of derring-
lasts until midnight and will scholarship aid. CHAIRS do. The gentleman may choose natural or
be officiated by Stu Bowers of The first summer session for
WDVH. transfers probably will be heldin artificial yarns for his plunge into FallWORLD

According to dance chairman July, 1965. Portables, Manuals,
Steve Gardner, the entire club is Rules for persons receiving Electrics
machine to be disguised as a voting scholarship aid have been tng 'U
machine. Students pulling the tightened mainly to prevent EXCLUSIVE P.ilrng'

correct lever will admitted to the "wilful evasion," Col. Christiansaid. OLYMPIA DEALER cL'ocJ :
dance. Those writ Ing-In the name .
George Wallace will also Under the rules of the 1964 act,
reportedly be admitted with their each scholarship recipient is required RENTALS
dates. to sign a reserve obligation Expert Repairs i
committing himself to service as
Chevalier DinnerThe 604 N. Main
an enlisted man in the event he St. 13 W Univ.
annual Degree of Chevalier does not accept a service com- Phone 2-9607
"Service of Rem- mission upon graduation.
embrance" will be observed I -,

this year Nov. 8 at the Holiday -
Inn Restaurant. The ban-
quet will begin at 6:30aOO will
cost $2.50 per person. All TRAVEL
holders of the Degree who are ;,
Interested should make reser- ;: SERVICE ;1 1'of

vations by calling the HolidayInn ti:;
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Nov. 4. The fee will be collected : ""...' ** J" .
at the door. CALL 376.4641 ;" "



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I Friday, Nov. 6, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3 "I

jrTE'9' I.Qgkilt" movie -reVIDWSI I

DON FEDERMAN tires out of England In recent

Movie ReviewerFLORIDA years

The story carries underneath Its

STRETCHPANTS comic bravado a most bitter and
"Becket": Is a good (In fact, nlhllstic message. For In Jimmy

I very good) movie, missing great Brewster, the everyman hero who
ness only because one does not feel rises from '
QuAutr office worker to part-
II this a truly unique cinematic experience -
+ ner In a firm and marries thebosses'
the reason being the IdeaIn
daughter, Is seen a discontent
Anouilh's play of "to thy own never satiated.
self be true" with all the
He begins the movie with the

....,,. __. panying anxiety and choices to words, "Life's a bitch..but It has
make, Is given a bit too much "
Its Interesting things! Jimmy desires -
3.97 emphasis. to procure all these"things"
Despite this bothersome philosophic -
at any cost..even a near-perfect
of Anoullh
murder when necessary The
stressed In the movie, Clenville
',. beauty of It--and the horror tools
; COMP. VALUE 5.95 (the original director)enhances the
Open your Instant credit account that he succeeds in amoral fashIon -
today! Slip into them and you're slimmer play by diffusing these Ideas Into ; yet, he Is caught In a com-
the spectacle format and by still
70% rayon, 30% nylon stressing King Henry's hate born plex web of circumstances that
Pay nothing till next yearl! s-t-r-e-t-c-h suggest a future of uncertainty.
out of love for Becket. Another,
Rather than muddle around In
Detachable self-stirrup; side perhaps the finest element In the
too much didacticism and the grind
closing movie, Is the high level of acting,
of "oh this world Is too much withus

No-stick Zephyr zipper glides particularly the magnificent per- ," It can be succinctly said that
formances turned In by Durton and
easy Jimmy's trouble Is not so much
O'Toole. OToole's scene of suffering -
Black royal in sizes 8.18 his enslavement to a wolfish, mo-
green; before ecket'. death Is
bile class struggle, but the fact
one of the finest pieces of acting
that no class can present ItseU to
ever. Technical work is quite com
him on satisfactory terms,that his
petent (maybe a bit too polished)
world is one of tarnished teacupsand
In achieving a 12th century aura.
dry bread, relieved only by
"Decket" U fine
All In all, a
the tltillatlons of upper-class luxuries -
movie with noteworthy
which are merely finer objects -
scenes which, If not totally enthralling -
(better bread). Jimmy, thus,
are Impressive nonethe-
pays a steep price to define himself -
less. It Is one of the best presen-
by his objects alone.
tations of a play to the screenIn
The British, who are so cleverly
' M'/\\Hk1I/ \ a long time and highly recom-
mended. aware of such situations, have

! really exploited Jimmy's wants

t STATENot and design,particularly his manipulation -

tj (L ii since "School For Scounddreb" of sex, and the brief edu-

j cation he receives In the things to
has the art of lifemanship
T/ say and do In high society (note
( (or being one up on your fellow-
f the "wrong party scene"as a highlight
II man) been more hilariously and
The wit is
Irreverently presented. With the ) brutally frank
and funny--In fact, down-right I
punch of a Kingsly Amis novel,
f "Nothing But The Best" moves cynical..at times, to the point of

through the competitive din of up despair
per-class English society with a The result, then, .Is nearly 1 two

/ cutting edge that makes for one of hours of fine, vicious ..Ure"l1

the sharpest and most polished sa- worth the seeing.

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4, The Florida Alligator, Friday, Nov. 6, 1964




Century Tower VR' S S ,

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Through The Ages 4h


MARJORIE GREEN tower. The very first room was The wooden stairs crackle and
Staff Writer dirty and the air was musty.It pop. There were times the stu- ,}$S Z
was discovered that the build- dents wondered U they would hold. s' -
It's a neat trick If you can do Ing Is used as a storage library. As the top was neared, the stu-
It.--climb Century Tower. The rooms where books are storedare dents saw a light bulb which had
Three students found out how musty and moldy. The books water flowing from it instead of ...
much trouble It was this week. are covered In mold. light.A ,.
The first problem was to get And then came that choking,
permission for the expedition.That musty, air. The three thought It cement staircase was now a-
took going to the Alumni Asso- would clear up and they could head. It had become brighter but
ciation and the University Police breath again, but whoever said with a misty green light that made
Department. the air became fresher at higher even skin look green.
Then the big problem came.. altitudes hasn't climbed the Inside -
y RW
climbing the 10 story structure of Century Tower. The students found themselvesin
which contains 293 stairs. a green structure made of
The tower Is neat and clean on Stairs In the tower are wood green fiber glass. Even the door _
the outside but just the oppositeis with railings of Iron. The railings was made out of it.
true for the Inside. This was were once yellowbut they They opened the door and steppedout
discovered by just entering the have started to rust, and are Into the open part of the tower.
double doors at the bottom of the damp and slimey from the mold. The green cage in the middle of INSIDE TOWER serves as old book storage. ICAIVIII

'''' the tower, from some angles, can
''f be seen from the ground.At .
r CENTURY TOWERas the top with the floor covered U"SQU"IR.
in water, it was like a wind tunnel-
seen from the J. and It was chilly.

Hillis Miller Medical : : :: : :SPAT
After a closer look, two lad
i Center. ders were found leading to a wooden
scaffold which was held to the
IE ilk izI.u ceiling by six rusty bars. The coedIn II II
the group decided she had gone
far enough, especially when It was Timid. young freshmen coeds, there to deliver their offense
discovered that one of the ladderswas my foot! Did you hear about the slips in person. Can't understandit.
not secured to the wall. group at Broward? Things were Me, I like living.
getting dull, so they skipped up
7 -. Once on the scaffold, the boys to the roof-top sundeck. They sat Turn the corner by the football
opened the trap-like door above. on the railing. They dangled their field and I'm In the homestretch.You .
Now they were on the rook. They feet over the side. A Resident know, I'd even make it to
discovered this Is the place where Assistant marched all the way up journalism on time, if it weren't
the university's "bells" are kept. for those five knotted, meandering
The bells are two large amplifiers at 1:15
lines of people waiting,
which look like air raid sirens.
KEUNING p.m. to get tickets 2p.m.
These connected to
are a tape
they're always there. Every time.
recording of the music to be played. .she's noticed "line-stand."
h That's too long to
The students do have some advice is
a few Registration once a trimester
for anyone planning on climb-
ing the structure. First,be rested, things here bad enough.

since energy is needed in climbing and there.
10 stories. Next, wear old, warm One day these line-standers apparently -
clothes, gloves and rubber boots. all reached that very
conclusion. They sat down. All
( ____ over the sidewalk. This upset the
guy trudging the last lap to Journal-
It I Ism In front of me. He regardedthe

Confederates March Again I queried group", "Hey, over what 100 are strong you,guys and

I doing? "
"Havln' a sit-In,can't you see?
There are damn yankees In the
Confederate Army! Campus Goldwater Girls had
their pictures taken for publicity.'
r The 150th Florida Volunteers, "Tell me," said one nervously,
University of Florida's newly for- "where are you sending these
med drill team, wears Confederate pictures?"
uniforms and performs Civil
War drills. Eight of the team's "To your hometown news
ten members are from the North. papers."
They are all Air Force ROTC
I r cadets. "Oh no," she lamented. "After

Dad sees this, I'll be sleeping
According to Rick Wieland,com- In the garage."
manding officer of the team, its
purpose is to show taken
Confederate were
ft Oh yes, the pictures
soldiers drilled
during the
1. In Johnson Lounge.
Civil War. Wieland Is from Penn-
", ( :' 1 Tl sylvania.
{ One grip In passing.

l Formed in the early part of this movie-goer, and one of the thingsI the
trimester, the team went to the enjoy about Gainesville is
r Sti University of Kentucky October abundant selection of"movlesw1th
15th to observe a Confederate drill a message." One of the things
1i. team there. While In Lexington, don't enjoy Is the audience. NQ1r,
they reinforced their knowledge I may not agree with the ph11OSopb1
by reading Confederate drill man- proposed, and I may not understand -
uals. intent. I
fully the plot's
w f however, have the respect to bear,

.. The team performed at Gator see, and appreciate In sUenCf.
--- n --- ..
-'"" .i. Growl and the ua-
went to Tuscaloosa to For those who have had

FLORIDA'S REBEL drill team shows accentuated movements of Confederate Army bama's march In the University of Ala fortunate experience of attenditt-

drills as It marches during halftime show of the Florida-Alabama game in Tuscaloosa. halftime homecoming show during the parade Florida-and a film Center at the J.this JUl11sJmwrMed1cat should be 'put

Alabama game. said.Page .


Friday, Nov. 6, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5.

1 11 New Dean Sees No Provost ProblemTOVA I

LEVINE saying that pressure at the medical Harrell, who had been dean of the However, Pbilpott did say the the appointments are for a longer
j Editorial Assistant"No school came from both the state college since it was established administration wanted see policy time and are less subject to out-
level and the Internal administration years ago and recognized throughout structure changed so that so much side pressures.
acute problems exist In they at UF. the nation as a medical school "red tape" would not be involved. Members of the UF College of
provost system; many other universities The UF College of Medicine Is expert, left UF Nov. 1 to acceptthe "We hope that with the Boardof Medicine have turned down offers
use this system," directly under the Provost of theJ. position of dean of a new Regents faculty poslUons will for other positions within the last
claimed Dr.Emanuel Suter,newly- Hillls Miller Health Center, medical school at Hershey, Pa. be filled easier and some of these year, Suter said.
appointed acting dean of the UF which Includes colleges of nursing, The $50 million medical school problems will be worked out,"
College of Medicine. pharmacy, health related servicesand will be attached to Pennsylvania Phllpott contended "I think this shows they have
Dr. Suter was appointed last teaching hospital. State University. According to Suter, the Board confidence in the institution and
week by the Board of Control In The provost coordinates pro- Administration has become Increasingly of Regents will help approve the in the way things are run here,"
Tallahassee to fill the position grams In the entire medical center burdensome atUF, efficiency of administration, as he added.
vacated Friday by Dr. George complex. Deans of the four col- Harrell reportedly said. He
T. Harrell Jr. leges are responsible for their own criticized the "red tape"that must
Harrell cited his resignation as academic and research programsbut be gone through In the provost LBJ Humphrey Set
due to "increasing academic frustration. work under the provost.Dr. system In "rapid decisionmaking ,
." He was reported asa Suter said the provost system processes."
. can expedite many situationsand According to UF Vice: Pres.
Do your laundry, problems if well done. "It is Harry M. Phllpott, the UF will With Rusk
. while you shop a matter of how well people co- not change its administrative Parley
, operate stated. structure or system.
\ Yet, the system can do "as Dr. "The provost system works the
JOIINSON CITY trip to Europe to repair Atlantic
I Harrell emphasized" if not well best of any system we have seen, Tex. (UPI) -
IJ President Johnson and Vice Presi- Alliance relations.But .
done Suter
II J said. he said.
dent elect Hubert Humphrey flew
I back to Washington to see Secre-
Humphrey's mentioning that
I CongregationalE&RUNITED tary of State Dean Rusk.
. his talk with Rusk would be about
... Humphrey, taking off from Berg-
CHURCH OF CHRISTAn foreign affiars evidently meant that
: strom Air Force Base 65
: miles
Every 10th load FRKOIt'f"KLEEN the door to a European visit was
' organizational meeting to Will all interested persons from Johnson's LBJ ranch, said not closed.
form a Gainesville church will please call 372-3117 or 378- he has "no firm plans" for a
: 7O4 W. Univ. Ave. be held Wednesday, Nov. 18. 8856 or 378-0419.
Humphrey said he may resign
as senator from Minnesota before
the Jan. 20 Inauguration so the new
senator will have seniority In the
88th Congress.He .

said behadinfactdiscussodappointment
of a successor with
Minnesota Gov. Earl Rolvaag. But
he declined to say whether they had
anyone specific In mind.

The First Family Is resting
at the ranch and Humphrey nd
f 4dw ,
his wife spent a day-and-a-half
there. Humphrey and the President
talked about a variety of things,
ranging from the national economy
to the role Humphrey will playIn
the new administration.

They talked Wednesday night
and resumed their discussion: over
coffee yesterday about economic
aspects of their projected"Great,
Society" before the Humphreysleft.


Acting Press Secretary Malcolm -
Kllduff told newsmen that
Johnson and Umphrey stayed up
until after midnight Wednesday.



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Tickets are $3 per couple for
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available all next week from 8:30
a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Mt Featured In the Frolics will be

comedian Godfrey Cambridge,folk
singers Dud and Travis and the
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Football Fumble ,'

Occasionally, for laughs, we at The Alligator read the Florida 7'F
Flambeau, FSCW's student newspaper. We really got a chortle
from their Issue which somehow got out Wednesday, Oct. 28.
A large part of It was concerned with the upcoming UF-FSU

football game,which traditionally has been refered to as "Slaughteron

13th Street" but this year to be played at Tallahassee.The .
...: ..: -:- --. .... -
first error we noticed was In their headline. It concerned : -

student seating for the "FSU-UF" game. We were really insulted.
We've never heard of "FSU" being put before "UF" when the

names of the two schools are placed In Juxtaposition. We've

never even heard of "FSU;" "FSCW" maybe, but never "FSU."

The University of Florida, we are happy to announce, has never
fallen victim to the tribe of noisy savages from the West. We _

therefore see no justification for the error of placing their name
before ours. We assume that In future publications, the error CLYDE

will be corrected.For I

nearly ten years, we at UF have happily played host to Conference
our sister school from the West. We've enjoyed feeding them, Clyde Holds

bunking them, and most of all beating them. But this year they -
screamed and hollered. They were now old and experienced left wing communist dupe and fellow traveling

enough to try to be a good host to us. We listened. DON GROOMS rat fink, you're responsible for diverting the
That was our first mistake.So Columnist nut vote from me to Cornpone and his curious
we passed the ball to them.They even enlarged their stadiumso crew. I don't like you any more."

that all the Gator fans could come see this year's game which Clyde Hope has finally conceded the 1964 Walter Llppwoman, reporter for the Boston

has been named "lIow to Cook Seminole Soup at Campbell election, but he had some true CLYDE comments Outhouse (a radically liberal publication),asked
Stadium," In honor of their newly enlarged football palace. about the whole affair. about Clyde Hope's total vote.

But lo and behold, they've already fumbled the ball. They "I hate every dirty rat fink slob that ran "Total vote? Jack Benny got more votes for

promised that Campbell Stadium would be big enough to against me, and I have nothing but contempt for President than I did. I got six lousy votes I
accommodate the hordes of Gator fans who surely would want to every dirty rat fink snob thatvoted against me." for governor, two for senator and couple of

see the game. Now It seems that their efficient athletic departmenthas We tried to restrain Mr. votes for county office. I guess you could seeI

already sold so many tickets for the game that they don't Hope, because everybody got a mandate from the sneaky, conniving,
have enough left for even their own student body, no less ours. knows you're supposed to deadbeat rat finks who make up the voting population

The Alligator wishes to defend the rights and sacred honor of say you fought the good fight in this great freedom loving land of ours."
the students of this school. We would be more than happy to let and tried to bring good Ralph Dunghill, columnist and commentatorfor

them host the game if they could do a decent Job of it. But since government back to the a group of Southern newspapers, asked about

only 4,000 tickets were allocated for us, a UF student can no longer people, but finally lost out Hope's plans for the future.

obtain a ticket for the game. According to the Flambeau, only to a better man. "Well, some young turks In Clyde-.that's
11,000 tickets were allocated to the entire FSCW student body At a press conferencethis the organization designed to help stamp out

and dates. FSCW Student Government Vice President Jack Cannon morning In the CLYDE decency--has asked that I give up the party
said, "Since this year Is our (FSCW) home game, I feel that more meeting room (men's room leadership. They think the 1964 vote showed

' consideration should have been given our student body.Obviously at north end of football GROOMS that the crooks in our party can out draw the

he feels that FSCW's athletic department has disregarded their stadium), Clyde Hope did nuts..and there's no room at the top for a
student body just as it had disregarded ours. announce that he had lost. He bristled brieflyat crooked nut."
We don't mind playing the there. We don't wherewe
game care reporters then launced into
a diatribe against David Huntley of the Miami Yellow Rag
beat them. But If FSCW Is of
Incapable efficiently handlingthe
the conspiracy that caused him to lose. squeezed past the urinal and pulled a paper
business details of the game, then we think they'd better "I'm not congratulating anybody," he yelled towel from the rack, then stood poised with
give the ball back to us. We can get the Job done right the first
deserved to win
angrily. this election and pencil ready as he waited for Clyde Hopeto
time, without fumbling the ball. If there was any justice In this baldheaded continue."I .

.... .. .. ... ....................................
.. ...... ...
:':-:':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':'.':'.:::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: world I'd be In the White House right now. have Pat Weaver to direct
=::::=:=:::=:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::=::::: an offer from
:::;:::;::::;;::::;:;:;:;;;;;:;:;:::::::::;;;:::::;;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::: We had a perfect slogan--FROM THE MEN'S pay television In California, and Governor

TODAY'S QUOTE ROOM TO THE BLUE ROOM." Brown says I can administer the Fair HousingAct.

Horace II. Greeley, reporter for the N.Y. Also, Ken Keating, Bud Wilkinson and
I Cesspool, asked If Hope had notified Lyndon Pierre Salinger want to see me about settingup
"Diplomacy is to do and say the nastiest thing in the nicest
Johnson that he'd given up. a new hate group."
Isaac Goldberg "Yes, I sent this telegram to LBJ: Lyndon "And what will you do?" they all chorused."I .
you're a dirty rat fink: and I hate your guts. was hoping you'd ask that," laughed Clyde

I should have won and you darn well know It." Hope, and at a given signal, CLYDE members

Craven Cowherd, reporter for the Eastern rushed forward and flushed all the reporters

Establishment, asked If Hope had heard from down the commode. "We're going to rid this

Thee either candidate. country of the rat fink eastern liberal press,"
FloridaALLIGATOR "Yes, I got this wire from Barry: You dirty Clyde yelled.



J Served by United Press International 'Audience Restrained Itself Well'EDITOR ) ) j

Editor . . . . . . . Walker Lundy : virtually
fessors who form a tight-knit that were
I Managing Editor. . . . . . .J wl Gaston (yet refute statistics as he
he admits his own minority stand- flashed In front of him
Executive Editor . . . . . .Ron Spencer Regarding William Kent Boe's ing) "communist asked of
socialist question
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Nancy Brachey letter of the 5th: Mr. Doe opens spiracy of atheism and one-world con- him every answering only one,
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . Dave Berkowitz with "UF, a school of pride and really the electionin
He explicitly stated relative to
Editorial Page Editor. . . . . .Ed Barber dignity!? One cannot help but won- that was with
no southern
he prophesied
Sports Editor. . . . . . .Bruce Dudley der about the validity of this state- state-supported which lib
university "only
professors advocate Integration wisdom
boundless ,
City Editor. . . . . . . .Skip Haviser ment after having attended the talk -
losing their
Campus Living Editor. . . ; .Jackie Cornelius by Dr. Medford Evans...." Firstof Jobs. I tell. help to ease
personally know this to bea I hope this will also
all Mr. Doe should put In a has
boldfaced lie Mr. Boe
and believe vir- of the qualms
Editorial Assistants-.Jim Castello. Ann Carter Don Federman, little more time on his C-31 so he tually Wilkins
else of Roy
everyone here does too. about the safety
Donitt Mathison, Tova Levine,Sam Ullman,Ernie LltzClrculatlon will be able to see that his open- As for the facts here.
Manager), Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). Ing statement is no statement at Boe to be thought byMr. during his appearance Jewett, Ice
all. so lacking In the audience Handy
let us cite a few examples.
Reporters -- Pattl Pita (Student Government Beat Chief), However, of primary concern is A UF professor of anthropology

Joe Kollin, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf, Sharon Kelley, Yvttte Mr. Boe's criticism of the UF stood to ask Dr. Evans where begot
Cardoso Frank Shepard Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Thelma audience. I thought the audience his statistics
stating that
Mossman, Marjorie Green Evan Langbeln, David Kennedy, restrained itself remarkably well, Intelligence is Inherently inferior Negro *

Terry Rogers, Susie Halback, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, specially at one point when Dr. to that of Caucasians.

J Beverly Faber Dick Schneider, Greg Silt, Sue Dobbie. Evans deliberately, unmistakably, Evans could come with
and In all nothing
sincerity said he could but the
some Judge and
teU we all needed accepts
psychiatric gladly
then said he didn't The Alligator
attention. Is that phy ail
this behavior characteristic letters-to-the-editor from
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper of "a sical anthropology was the proper non-
man who has degrees students and Interested
of the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly from Yale and other prominent subject for the dispute to be community.
universities students In the UF
except during May, June and July when it Is published semi held top federal Negro grounded has In!! After saying that no AH we ask Is that all let-

weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The positions. .?" mathematician ever been a reputable ten be signed and that a telephone -

Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. I hardly think: so In light of ately and being immedi number be Included, so
The Alligator Is entered as second class matter at the United: the rest of his spiel which consistedof proven wrong,he said he knew be verified
many profs that letters may
States Post Office at Gainesville. who weren't very .
hurling insults at all Univer- should arise.Page
bright If some question
so that took
care of that!
sities (Including this one) and
pro- He proceeded In this manner to .........

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Friday, Nov. 6, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7 -

1r r
Ni 1

1 t T _' e V False Draft CardCrackdown

:; _

; it1JnIt/ : Promised

roL The government Is not likely to caught with a false draft card," "It Is not worth a can of beer
be as lenient on students possess- Meadow said.Meadow to use a fraudulent draft card," i
ing false draft cards as It has also cited those who he said.
been, according to Claude Meadow, sell draft cards as violators of
speical agent for the FBI. the federal statutes. He said that
L In the past, the U.s. Attorney anyone selling Illegal drafts will
Clinton E. Ashmore has not prose definitely be prosecuted.The GATORCLASSIFIEDSSELLGATORCLASSIFIEDSSELL
cuted students with falsified draft problem of false draft: cards
cards. However, "AshmoreIs Circulating on campus was brought
getting tired of reports of falsified to light again recently when two TORClASSIFIEDSSElL
draft cards,"' Meadow says. UF students were reported to Mea -
"The U.S. Attorney feels that dow after they had been caught
after ample notice has been given, falsifying draft cards to buy
he will seriously consider prose- alocholic beverages.He va .ottt attatt>sts.
..r.r., cution of students with falsified said that under the felony YAMAHA BMW
draft cards," according to conviction students could"losesome ,.
Meadow. Meadow could not ela- of their civil rights." CYCLERAMA "
borate on what Ashmore meant lie reminded that after a person 378-2811
by "ample notice." receives an official draft card, he
It Is a violation of the federal must carry It at all times. 21 SE 2nd Place.

!t ,...... -........-..- ...... '"" '.... statutes and a felony to possess a
false draft card. Conviction on .
BROWN BAGGERS held their second annual cook- charges of altering a card can 'DIAMOND &

out and rush party Wednesday. Bob Johnson left, and bring a maximum of five years /' CULTURED PEARL RING
Imprlosonment or $10,000 fine
Buddy Blain (wearing black because he's mourning or both. from the ZIF.i1l Collection

Goldwater's defeat) check the hamburger situation. "We don't think the students Expressive ideas on fashion jewelry,
(Photo by Carolyn Johnson) realize the seriousness of being presented in A setting of superior

quality. Zalecrest signifies excel-

Only One Of Its Kind lence. Zalecrest it fashion

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I PR Group OrganizesAn TERMS s; ExcellenceCONVENIENT

organization for students In Communications.SPRO says that the Florida Public Relations -
Public Relations, believed to be President Frank Bush said Organization has shown
the only one of Its kind In the the group was formed to fill the much Interest in the founding of
country, was formed recently on void caused by the lack of any SPRO.In ULiz
the UP campus. organization for college studentsIn addition to Bush, SPRO off-
The group, called SPRO -- Stu- the field of Public Relations.The icers are Jim Castello, vice-
dent Public Relations Organization long-range goal of SPROIs president; Charles Woods, secre-
..is primarily the result of to be the charter chapter In a tary-treasurer and Bob Thomas, S.
/Nu.b.rl..l ""'.04 M .A.w
the work of four graduate studentsin nation wide organization of historian. Faculty sponsor for the JEWEL.EIIH
the School of Journalism and students In Public Relations. Bush organization. Is Dr. L.J. Hooper, 12 E. t'nlvanity Ave.
assistant professor of journalism.
Thirteen students attended the
Inaugural meeting Oct. 19. Rae
Jobs AvailableFor O. Weimer, director of the Schoolof Special Sale
Journalism and Communi-
cations, gave a brief address. NEW
Holiday Break The next scheduled meeting for
SPRO is Tuesday night at 7:30in
the Stadium, room 230. Vice-
Avoid the Christmas rush and "Students should apply inRoom president Castello has made
line up your holiday Job before 309 in the FU between 1:30 and 5 arrangements with a prominent Joan Baez5Friday
leaving campus for vacation, recommends p.m. Monday through Friday.They figure In Florida Corporate Public
Bob DeLoach, Student fill out a registration card and Relations to speak to the meeting.All .
Government (SG) Secretary of La- choose from our list of available students in Public Relationsmay
bor. employment," DeLoach said. attend.
Positions are available throughout and Saturday Only
the state mostly in the larger
cities, according to DeLoach.The .
Jobs, including preChristmas A
Reg Stereo
r u shand post-holiday inventory -
positions, pay between $1
and $1.50, DeLoach said. 4.98 5.98

The secretary outlined proce-
dures for Interested students to
follow in securing the positions. Y

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teal Estate 'I Autos I

fev FE RIVER WATERFRONT 1960 4-dr. 88 OLDSMOBILE, Needed Extra YardageDICK
S at IRA BEAS OASIS. Low power steering, power brakes.
payment & terms to suit your Excellent condition. Best offer. -
Let. Crystal clear water, lime Call FR 2-9578 after 5:30. (G- DENNIS
Jk shore line, good fly fishing, 45-Et-c). Sports Writer 205 pounds. Georgia plays two Georgia's 26 seasoned returning
|r 600 acres with plenty of game Hard-nosed power running.ThisIs platoon, and the offensive line lettermen are all healthy, andplaywith
I hunting. Call Ira L.McCormick '63 DODGE V-8 Station Wagon. what the Gator defense should Is much bigger with tackles reckless abandon. As Graves
-173 Rt. 1, Box 94, Alachua. Auto trans., power steering, have to contend with tomorrow weighing 245 and 237 pounds. said, "The Bulldog line is also
7-1t-C). passing gear, transferrable 50,000 against Georgia. "Georgia's backs Georgia considers their two the most agresslve blocking unit
mile warranty. $2095, after 6 call get extra yardage better than any tackles to be the finest In the we have faced this year. Ellenson
ALL ACREAGE In desirable 376-3694. G-47-tf-nc). set of backs we will meet this South. They are Ed Wilson and added, "Georgia likes to knock
Ration available 10 miles from season," said Head Florida foot- Ray Rismlller. Rlsmlller was All- people down. They play as though
nesvllle, South, near lake;larges 1955 CHEVROLET Station Wagon. ball coach Ray Graves."Georgia's Southeastern Conference last sea- their helath insurance Is paid up
exclusive homes in area; V-8, radio, heater, new battery, Bulldogs favor the son, while Wilson was selected as for life." Ellenson said the Bull-
|iool bus at door. FR 2-0328. good tires. Call FR 6-3123 after ball-control type offense. They a future draft pick by the pros while dogs are hard-nosed, hard-
37-20t-c). 5 p.m. (G-47-1t-p). grind out three or four yards on ,.still a junior.. running, and mean. f
r every play and don't give the foot- -
1964 MG-B; 1961 ALFA ROMEO. ball "
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Buy either one or both. Call Bo football coach John Eibner, who I
Cook, FR 8-1052 or FR 29363or scouted the Bulldogs in their 24-6 "
see at Pike house. (G-44- shellacking of North Carolina.
1957 1600S. Clean, tf-c). Florida defensive coach Gene : ;
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dtop. Radio, heater, stick shift condition $1950 or make offer. posed of power plays and runs ..
|floor, good tires. A bargain for Must sell. Bob FR 8-1130. (G-44- straight up the middle. Chief
GO. Call 2-3251 after 6 p.m.44ttc 5t-p). Georgia ground gainer Is half BRUCE DUDLEY
). back Bob Taylor, who has cracked Sports Editor
1957 CUSTOM ROYAL DODGE, through for 277 yards In 69 thrusts.

60 CORVETTE. Hard top, 270 4-dr. sedan, power steer ing.$500. Other strong runners counted on Depth on the Florida football team seems to go on forever and
P., 4 speed stick,Posi-traction, Car at 1415 NW 3rd Ave.Call 376- by first-year Georgia Head Coach new faces (usually sophomores) continue to come up with the big plays.This .
jmium rubber. May be seen 1567 between 5-7 p.m.G-46-2t-c). Vince Dooley are Frank Lankewicz
story will have to continue to be true if the Gators are goingto
I the parking lot near the Century and Don Porterfield. down the Georgia Bulldogs tomorrow.
Will consider trade. 376- 1953 DESOTO, automatic, power Georgia sports a potent one-
wert Last week with regulars Larry Dupree, Jack Harper and Alan Poe
|85 after 5 p.m. (G-43-5t-p). steering, radio, heater, excellent two quarterback punch in Preston laid up, Coach Ray Graves dug Into his depth bag and came up witha
shape. Leaving country must sell. Ridlehuber and Lynn Hughes. couple of tricks named Jimmy Jordan and Don Knapp.
"A LUSTY FILMIC! $290. Alfredo Roa, Tel. 60554or Florida missed Jim Sidle of Au- This week Jordan and Knapp will probably see more action along
2-0809. (G-46-3t-p). burn last week but faces still with sophomores Marquis Baeszler and Graham McKeel.
another fine running quarterbackIn Dupree will start in the backfield tomorrow but the rest of the
PLYMOUTH '57, Automatic trans- Ridlehuber, who specializes in backfield will be sophomores Knapp will be at wingback with Steve
mission: $300. Call Ben, 82279or the option play.Sophomore Spurrier at quarterback and John Feiber at fullback.
see It at 1223 NW 4th Place. Hughes Is asmaller, of Dill
the line
t The Gators will also be counting on sophomore play
..'" ). (G-45-3t-p). niftier runner who likes to throw. Carr, Jim Benson and John Preston along with Wally Colson who
'Y Eibner said,"Goergla doesn't passa continues to see more action.
W>'j''f..# .. ,.' lot, and relies on its aerial But all the depth isn't sophomore and it all Isn't In the offensive
attack for a very small portionof unity. The defensive backfield of Florida is full of talent.
RICHARDBURTON Its total offense." Pass defenders Dick Kirk, Ken Russell, Bruce Bennett, Allen
Ridlehuber has: connected on 11 Trammell and Jerry Newcomer have been great all year at Interceptingand
of 21 passes for 121, while rollingout jarring the ball loose from Intended receivers with jolting tackles.
PETER for 235 yards on 60 carries. These ball-hawks will be called on again against Georgia to come
Hughes has completed 15 of 54 from nowhere and bat the ball away at the last minute from their ...
OTOOLE.HALWALLIS' 1Li passes for 332 yards and one opponents. I

touchdown. However they can depend on little help from a 168-pound linebacker
However, it is the Bulldog's named Jack Card.
stout defense which wins Georgia's Card has gained a lot of respect: for his fierce tackling and ability to
games. It has been Dooley's stra- be in the right place at the right time. Card Intercepted two Auburn
tegy to emphasize defense-putting passes last Saturday and almost snared a third.
his best linemen on the defense On the running plays, Card always has his nose In the opponent's
l unit and counting on the offenseto action and has brought many men down via one-on-one tackles this
cats L up. year.A .
Said Eibner, "Georgia's rock- reporter can go right down the Gator roster and commend one
hard defense forces its opponentsinto player after another just like Card.
s S mistakes, and its big, agile There's Lynn Matthews, Barry Drown, Bill Rlchbourg, Dennis
line really comes after you."South Murphy, Syd Maclean and the list goes on and on.
Carolina coach Marvin Bass There is no particular secret to the success of the Florida ball
(before the Gamecocks encounterwith club.
i JAMES FRANCISCUS Florida) said, "Georgia Is You'll have to go a long way to find a combination to beat talent.
TECHNICOLOR'MID needed no screen test the best defensive team we've faced This is especially true when the talent Is spurred on by outstandingteam
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GtlilD( I''MJ li I lUll BROWN[ win title role in this season." spirit.
to Georgia's defensive squad Is one The talent plus spirit formula has clicked all season so tar, and
PFI'Elt' NvlUE "Youngblood Hawke, of the llghest In college football, there's no reason why It should stop against Georgia.

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Starting BerthSophomore

Marquis Baeszlerwas Baeszler was moved to wingback
moved to Florida's starting when Don Knapp pulled a leg muse
RADIO SHOP backfield yesterday as Coach Ray
Graves continued to shuffle his the backfield with the sopho-

817 W UNIVERSITY AVE. Injury prone football team. more from Atlanta, Ga., will be
L'I1i'ei Steve Spurrier at quarterback;
- Larry Dupree at tailback and John
Feiber at fullback.
Coach Ray Graves also said L 4. t 'A N' tih
:Fiehigb.t d Jimmy Jordan would be seeing
more action in the Georgia game
after filling In for Dupree last
; week.

"Jack Harper and Alan Foe are
definitely out for this game," said
\ Graves. .... ,,,,, "" ,
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: Foe was still In Tampa where BRUISING TACKLE Is thrown on two Auburn defen-

Tb.4e dition his father following Is still in an critical automobile con- ders by John Feiber, 42, In effort to break Don Knapp

accident. loose for long gainer. Both Feiber and Knapp will see I

"Actually I think the game Is action against Georgia tomorrow.
a toss-up," said the Gator coach.
.... mty
"Georgia is hungry and both

X>>"1 "pty Graves.teams conference still have championship a chance,"at said the FI/IS;/;; Beat Lambda Chi I

FRIDAY All The Fish Both Florida and Georgia have
- won three games and loss one In Count
You Can Eat, conference play. On First

OLD-FASHIONED Hush Puppies, "We're going to have to stop

FISH NIGHT Cole Slaw ---97$ their running game," the Florida
coach said. Phi Gamma Delta defeated the but speedy Joe Keenan interceptedthe
5PM-9 PM Commenting on the Bulldog Lambda Chi Alpha football teamon ball and then ran for the winning
Fresh Cedar Key Fish running threat, Graves compared first downs Wednesday, 77. first down on the following play.In .
Georgia quarterback Preston The Fljis had four first downs to the event of a tie game, the
HUMPTY DUMPTY Rldlehuber to Alabama's Steve Lambda Chl's three. team having the most first down
Sloan. On the FlJls first play of the is declared the winner.
"They also have the best punting game, Charlie Johnson, the St. Steve Mohler, the Lambda Chas
DRIVE-IN & RESAURANT return average in the nation,"said Cloud lash who scored three star was unable to play because of
Graves of the Bulldogs. Wayne touchdowns in the Phi Eps victory(610)Wednesdlycathered an injury.
EVERY DAY, GOOD HOME-COOKED MEALS Swinford is the Georgia punt return In a
FR2-5387 310 N.W.13th St. specialist. His longest return of 53 yd. pass from John Dueler Newman Club
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Carolinas quarterback, atthe
Defensively, Georgia uses the
Homecoming game.
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Wilson. The score was then 7-7 in the Independent League
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go the Lambda Chls had the ball Jim Stewart, team captain, Ronny
and were driving for the what would France, lIamp Elliot and Paul
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.. 1' The Harmon Football Forecast November 7 ;

\I Saturday: 1 SMujor! College

1 Arizona State 21 Kansas State 0
.\ Arkansas ... .. . 15 Rice ,. 1
Boston College 15 Villi nova 14
TEAMS (Forecasting Average 897 correct 277 incorrect Bowling Green 22 MarshallBucknell 1
TOP 20 : .764)) ... Colgate 13
., Buffalo ::::: : Richmond

2.1.ALABAMA NOTRE DAME Those top three ruling powers are still ruling again this week, but there's been a bit of a change.. in Connecticut Cincinnati .. ....:.... 21 11 North Boston T.xl.U. J 0

rl\ 3.0HIO.STATE management. Ohio state bas been deposed, and Notre Dame is the new Number One Boy. And on paper, Cornell. ......21 Brown 13S
Dartmouth Columbia 0
S 4. FLORIDA the three are favorites again. Notre Dame will pin back the ears of the Pitt Panther by 23 points, while Oetroit .. ...:...:::::::::: U V. M. 1. .. 1s
,, 5. NEBRASKA Duke .. .. ... ... 21 Wake Forest 1
the Buckeyes, In 3rd this week, will sUp the needle to Penn state by 13 points. Fast Carolina; .. ..... 2J Furmln 1
6.ARKANSAS Alabama, still the runner-up team in the nation, draws the real toughie th-ranked Louisiana Florida ...... 17 Georgia .
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1. MICHiGAN State. This game could very well decide the championship of the Southeast Conference. So' with tongue Georgia Tech ........ 14 Tennessee Houston .Jj
a :TEXAS In cheek and hand on gun: Alabama by nine points. Idaho .. .. .. : Arizona 13

j UNDEFEATED POWERS NEBRASKA AND ARKANSAS Georgia, a new member of the Elite Corps Lamar Massachusetts Tech 11 15 New Holy Mexico Cross State 14 1

116, Is the underpuppy to the Gators by nine. Miami, Ohio 20 Toledo 0
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Michigan Illinois
And this next one may determine the championsbip of the Big Eight Conference. 5th-ranked Nebraska Michigan! stale ... .... 23 Purdue 21 11
11 L. S. U. ..... ....... 11 Iowa 15
meets un-ranked Kansas at Lawrence, Kansas. Nebraska will remain undefeated with a two touchdown Minnesota!
12. OREGON STATE Mississippi ................ 31 Tampa 0
w 13. FLORIDA STATE win, and take over sole possession of the top spot In the league. Mississippi! State .... 10 Auburn J

\ 14. ILLINOIS Looking at N6# and ##8 in the Top 20, there could be a small shake-up in both conference and national Montana:: Stst ::'..::::: 1: Montana 7

15 It SYRACUSE ratings after Arkansas and Texas finish their games Saturday. Arkansas is a sUm 9-point favorite Navy ...... ... ... .. .......... 20 Maryland 11
Nebraska 20 Kansas
!t 18. GEORGIA over a tough Rice ,Owl, while Texas should bust Baylor by 11 points. New Mexico 20 Texas Western JI'
., .... 11.DUKE Michigan is 7th and Illinois dropped to 14th' but it takes nothing away from this battle for position Nrth Clro.linl. 21 Clemson 1.
North Carolina State 14 V. P. I. 0
11. OREGON in the Big Ten standings. Our guess is that the l111ni will lose Its third conference game of the season Notre Dame 30 Pittsburgh 7
19 SOUTHERN CAL Shia state 21 Penn state 15
TENNESSEE .Michigan by ten points. Ohio U. 22 Western Michigan 1
I' The old crystal ball picked 126 winners last week and got stuck with 41 sour ones there were 3 Oklahoma r k.ahoma Stats U Wichita Iowa i State ,:

ties for an average of .755. So the season reads thusly: 897 correct and 277 incorrect making for a Oregon 21 Washington State 0nregon

.764 average. Princeton State ;: Harvard Indiana 'J
,\ Ranked 9th is undefeated Georgia Tech. The Wreck moved up from the .12 spot this week, and will be Rutl.n. 23 Lafayette 0
A San Jose State Colorado State
only 5 points stronger than 20th-ranked Tennessee Saturday. Santa Clara : Pacific u. ah

\. Just gotta go with an upset In this next one. 10th-ranked Purdue Is going to have its troubles against South Carolina 14 The Citadel
.. ........: \ L Southern Clhfornll 17 Stlnford. 1
Michigan state. It seems that every year the Boilermakers get de-raned in their bid for a _! Ten s. M. u. 14 Texas A A M 13

:' ,'tt"y.t, ;'.,' championship and a trip to the Rose Bowl; MichIgan State looks like the de-raUer this year. So, we'll Syracuse; :: Mississippi :23 Chattanooga' 'Spick

.v the Spartans over Purdue by two points. Texas 21 Baylor 1:
Tech .
Texas 21 West Texas

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