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Vol. 55 No. II University of Florida, Gainesville, Wednesday, October 3,1962

***********
Bums Knot
NL Playoff
(See Page 7)

Student Faces
Trial Sunday
The Honor Court will hold a
formal trial, Sunday at 1 p.m. One
student will go before the court.
A formal trial is held when a
student pleads 4 not guilty'. A six*
student jury is chosen to hear the
case, and the case is closed to the
public.
A summary trial is held when a
student pleads guilty to an Honor
Court offense. It is on an informal
scale, with the chancellor and two
vice-chancellors handing out the
penalty.
Last week, a student was found
guilty by formal trial and was
penalized 11 penalty hours.

Miss Universe Pays UF a Call

Miss Universe of 1962 v/ill get
her first taste of college life as it
is lived in Gatorland, U.S.A., this
week during a flying two-day visit
here.
Norma Beatriz Nolan, 24-year 24-yearold
old 24-yearold Argentine beauty, will arrive
at the Gainesville airport Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at 2 p.m. to attend a round of
festivities celebrating the opening
of the new J. M. Fields discount
department store on Thursday.
Traveling aboard the executive
plane of Food Fair Stores, Inc.,
parent company of the Fields or organization,
ganization, organization, she will be accompani accompanied

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Dumeii ivunng ueiayea

(See Page 2 for news)
(See Page 6 editorials)
NEW ORLEANS, La. (UPI) A
federal appeals court Tuesday de delayed
layed delayed until Oct. 12 a ruling on
whether it should implement an
order providing for the fine and
arrest of Gov. Ross Barnett in
connection with the Meredith
case.
At the same time the court also
dropped contempt charges against
the 13-man Mississippi State Col College
lege College Board and the registrar,
chancellor and dean of the Univer University
sity University of Mississippi.
U.S. Justice Department told a
federal court Tuesday it did not
seek immediate contempt action
against Gov. Ross Barnett of Miss Mississippi
issippi Mississippi but only wanted assurance
he would comply with court orders
regarding integration of the Uni University
versity University of Mississippi.

Council Votes Letter to Miss'
Changes Ballot Procedure

* ¥ ¥
1962-63 Budgets
Publications 5157,965;
Special Fund $25,635; Moot
Court Team ss2o; Mayors
Council $2,014; Mens Pres Presidents
idents Presidents Council 51,360; Uni University
versity University Symphony Orchestra
53,898; Women Students'
Association 51,234; Uni University
versity University Religious Association
52,924; Livestock Judging
Teamsl,os7; Womens Glee
Club 54,817; Board of In International
ternational International Activities sl sl,
, sl, University Choir ss ss,
, ss, Mens Glee Club s6,-
584; Florida Playerss7,94o;
Debate Society 54,125;
The Gator Bands $3,616;
Cheerleaders s9lo; Lyce Lyceum
um Lyceum Council $24,410; Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming $2,014; Athletics Athleticssll3,7oo.
sll3,7oo. Athleticssll3,7oo.

ed accompanied by her chaperone and execu executives
tives executives of the two corporations on the
flight from Miami.
Meeting her at the airport will
be the three Florida beauties,
Homecoming princesses Sharon
Testy, Jane Lightcap, and Joyce
Bleidner, -who will form a court
of honor for her during the visit.
Following a welcome by city dig dignitaries
nitaries dignitaries and student groups, she
will make a brief tour of the Uni University
versity University campus before attending
a 5:30 p.m. press party at the
Fields store located in Fields Pla Plaza
za Plaza on U. S. 441 at N.W. 23rd Blvd.

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A resolution expressing the ap appalling'
palling' appalling' situation in the Univers University
ity University of Mississippi integration crisis,
was passed 27 to 9 by the Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council last night.
The resolution, initiated by a
group of unafilliated students,
stated that the events in Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi have embarrassed and hu humiliated
miliated humiliated the South before the bar
of world opinion.
It said, in an appeal to students
of all Southern universities, to let
.the world know that they will not
allow mob rule ito defy the system
of law and order.
LEE DANIEL, 3EG of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, spoke for the group saying
that they were discussing the sit situation
uation situation Monday night and decided
to write an open letter to show
their point of view was not in
sympathy with the actions of
some of the students at Ole Miss.
Daniel drew up a letter which he
planned to circulate through the
campus to gain student signatures
and have it printed as an open let letter
ter letter to the students of Mississippi.
Daniel said he took the letter
to Student Body Pres. Bill Trickel
and Secretary of Academic Affairs
John Young. Young endorsed it,
and took it to several UP adminis administrative
trative administrative officials who approved it
but thought it should be toned
down..
TRICKELS CABINET did not en endorse
dorse endorse it because they believed it
to be contradictory in parts.
Another letter was drafted and
submitted to the council for ac action.
tion. action.
Those who voted against the
resolution indicated that disap disapproval
proval disapproval of mob action in the state
was self-evident and no proclama proclamation
tion proclamation was necessary.
Others voting for the resolution
felt that the position of Southern
students needed to be clarified in
the eyes of the world.

UF vs. USF
Beginning Thursday, the Alligator will provide
some of the answers to the now controversial
question: Should the UF have the state's only
engineering school or does the University of
South Florida in Tampa warrant a similar setup.
Gator staff writer David Wilkinson asked
many of those directly involved in the engin engineering
eering engineering school dispute.
It's another in a series of Gator depth probes
to find some of the answers to the UF's most
pressing problems.

STUDENT BODY PRES. Trick Trickel
el Trickel said he would send the resolu resolution
tion resolution to the University of Mississip Mississippi
pi Mississippi as soon as possible.
Daniel said he hoped to get na national
tional national publicity. It is believed that
the UP is the first to express senti sentiments
ments sentiments in the current racial crisis.
(The Alligator attempted to
contact Negro James Meredith at
Ole Miss last night for comment,
but was unable because of heavy
traffic' into the state.)
A new constitutional balloting
procedure was approved by Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Council last night.
The new procedure states that
voting shall be on October 30, and
not exceed 72 hours. Voting shall
be done by paper ballot and the
voter signify either yes or no,
whether is approves or disap disapproves
proves disapproves the revisions. Polling places
Hub Hosts
Career Day
Twenty federal agencies go em employe
ploye employe hunting on campus today
with a giant exhibit' in the Student
Service Center.
The third annual Federal Ca Career
reer Career Days continue through Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday.
The program is designed to ac acquaint
quaint acquaint students and faculty with
the numerous job opportunities
available in the Federal govern government,
ment, government, according to Maurice May Mayberry,
berry, Mayberry, head of the UF Placement
Service.
Representatives will answer
questions concerning their branch
of service from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
today and Thursday. Exhibits por portraying
traying portraying the agencies typical ac activities
tivities activities will also be displayed.

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are to be scattered throughout the
campus at locations to be desig designated
nated designated later. The Council felt that
this was the best way to obtain
the 25 per cent vote necessary to
pass constitutional revisions.
Debate resulted on the proposed
Finance Law. It was approved by
a majority but no one was sure
whether a three-forths vote or on only
ly only a majority was necessary to
pass the law. The question of the
correct number necessary was to
be referred to honor court for a
decision, and the proposed law was
to be printed so that it could be
voted on by the students in the
Oct. 30, election.
The purchase of a portable
choral shell costing $756 to be used
by the University Choir, Mens
Olee Club, Womens Glee Club,
Coral Union and the concerts pre presented
sented presented by the Lyceum Council was
approved. It was stipulated that
the shell was to remain the prop property
erty property of Student Government and
will be stored and taken care of
by the buildings and grounds
crew.
John Young stated that the
FUND film designed to depict the
needs of the UF had been con contracted
tracted contracted by the Florida Develop Development
ment Development Commission. The film should
be delivered to the UF Feb. 14, and
should be ready for distribution
in April.
The following members were ab absent,
sent, absent, Cindy Adamo, Bill Baute,
Chip Briscoe, Ron Dachelet, John
Diehl, Marilyn Ettinger, Dick
Gross, Karen Hack, Larry Hardy,
Neil Hayne, Buddy Jacobs, Bruce
Jacobs, Mike Jordan, Stan Konin,
Marjorie Lewis, Levin Lord, Car Carolyn
olyn Carolyn Matthews, Mickey Miles, Lar Larry
ry Larry Overstreet, Fred Pierson, Steve
Powell, Dick Richards, Elder Sum Summer,
mer, Summer, Fred Williams, Hugh Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, Bill Cook, Bob Watson and
Steve Greenburg.



The Florida Alligator Wednesday, October 3,
_ .

Page 2

Schirra Goes For 6

CAPE CANAVERAL (UPI)
A break in threatening weather
Tuesday improved chances for
launching Astronaut Walter Schir Schirra
ra Schirra on a six-orbit space flight
Wednesday.
With the weather looking favor*
ible, the Atlas rocket fueled, and
last minute preparations moving
smoothly ahead, Project Mercury
officials reported: Things look
good for a launch Wednesday
morning.
At about the same time, United
States officials in Washington ap appealed
pealed appealed to Russia not to conduct
any nuclear tests Wednesday
which might jeopardize Schirras
flight. The appeal was made by
the State Department to ths So Soviet
viet Soviet Embassy.
Schirras launching on his
planned six-orbit flight c o.u 1 d

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am. EDT. Up to Tuesday, offi officials
cials officials had planned to postpone the
launch if it did not come off be before
fore before 10 a.m. EDT.
If Schirras launch just happens
to be timed right, officials said,
television viewers in Europe and
possibly Communist bloc countries
could see him hurtle into space in
his Sigma 7 space craft cm live
television relayed by the Telstar
satellite.
Space agency officials declined
at the briefing to quote odds on
the chances of the flight going
Wednesday on schedule, but ear*,
lier Tuesday they said: Things
look good for a launch tomorrow
morning.
Shortly before the briefly, tech technician*
nician* technician* at sun-baked laimvh pad
14 had put fuel in Seiji i. a'c
Sigma 7 space capsule to olivets
the critical attitude control sys system.
tem. system.

UPI newswire
Ben Bella to Visit
ALGIERS (UPI) Premier
Ahmed Ben Bella has been in invited
vited invited to Washington to meet Pres President
ident President John F. Kennedy at the
White House Oct. 15, the news newspaper
paper newspaper A1 Chaab said Tuesday.
Miner Swims Free
In Berlin Escape
BERLIN (UPI)A young East
German coal miner excaped to
the West by diving 98 feet from
a bridge into a border canal and
swimming more than 200 yards to
West Berlin. The refugee, telling
of his feat Tuesday, said he drank
a bottle of schnaps to work up his
courage.
The refugee, 26, said he was so
shaken after landing in the water
Monday night that he swam about
75 yards in the wrong direction directionback
back directionback toward the Communist shore.
He suddenly realized his mistake,
turned around and swam the en entire
tire entire 180-yard-long canal to the
British sector bank.
Senate Approves
Butterworth
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Senate Tuesday confirmed Presi President
dent President Kennedys nomination of W.
Walton Butterworth as U.S. am ambassador
bassador ambassador to Canada. Also con confirmed
firmed confirmed by voice vote was the ap appointment
pointment appointment of Llewellyn E. Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, former ambassador to Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, as ambassador at large.
Thompson will specialize in So Soviet
viet Soviet affairs.

Meredith In Class I
Ole Miss Halls Empty

OXFORD, Miss. (UPl) Federal
marshals, backed by 15,000 troops,
saw Negro James Meredith safely
through his second day of classes
Tuesday, but many students were
absent and the University of Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi appeared to be but a shell
of its former self.
Armed sentries stood guard on
each of the buildings Meredith en entered
tered entered and Army patrols made pe periodic
riodic periodic sweeps of the campus, still
littered with tear gas shells and
other debris from Sunday night s.
riot. ....
Student social activities were at
a standstill, and even this week week
week
'HC Goes On
At Old Miss
OXFORD, Miss. (UPI) The
Ole Miss Rebels homecoming
football game with the University
of Houston will be played here
Saturday as scheduled, according
to athletic officials at the campus.
There was speculation the game
site might be changed in view
of the strife surrounding desegre desegregation
gation desegregation of the university.
Ole Miss officials said the de decision
cision decision to play the game with un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten Houston here was reached
after a conference with federal,
state and school authorities.

end's homecoming fooii;-.,; cr un H
with Houstonusually a big e Ve H|
on the Ole Miss" campus \\S|
all but forgotten in the curreH
crisis.
Townsfolks and students alik|
were sullen and openly sareastil
over the restrictions placed fl|
their movements over the pa|
two days. The town square \v-flB
blocked off Monday and cars weiflE
stopped at random and
If it took 15,000 men to
him (Meredith) in here lie
stay by himself, that's for
one annoyed student eommontecSgj
He said he and other students rB
sented the way they were sfopped
questioned, and often searched
troops.
Registrar Robert B. Ellis
a great many of the
have left, but that he
them back when the
quiets down. He said the
probably would not be
for the classes they missed. H
Few classes met full time
day. Students who-stayed on uam-H
pus said there were many absen-B
tees and many of the professors
dismissed their students after > all-H
ing the role. H
A senior who attended a science
class with Meredith this nwrning
said the session was quiet, "al-H
most normal. fl
Nobody spoke to him and he
didnt say anything to any of us,'
the student said. I
The senior said the professo
made no direct mention of Mere
diths presence but read to the
students a part of a federal in-H
junction advising them they would
face possible contempt charges if
they took any action against the
Negro. fl
The last major resistance to ad-
mission of Meredith was put down
Monday afternoon by bayonet
wielding troops, but there were a I
few additional incidents during
the night. fl
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HOLLYWOOD, Fla. tUPI> -fl
Southern governors prepared res-B
olutions on Cuba and traffic sate- 1
tv Tuesday but steered clear afl
any statements on the Mis.siss ppi I
integration situation.
Gov. Price Daniel of Texas,!
chairman of the resolutions <'oni-|
mittee, said his group did not I
discuss Mississippi at its fhinl I
session. y 1
Gov. John Patterson of Ala Alabama
bama Alabama said Monday he would Ida
the southern governors confer conference
ence conference to endorse Mississippi Gu\.
Ross Barnett in his stand against
integration of the Universi > o.
Mississippi. But Patterson a ppm
ently was not prepared to intro introduce
duce introduce such a resolution himself.
Gov. Farris Bryant of Florida
said he handed the committee a
resolution, which would exp
the governors concern over the
* threat which Communism in ( a
poses to the Americas and mgo a
need to secure the hemisphere
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Committee Probes
Merits of NSA

A five-man student committee
is studying the feasiblility of join joining
ing joining the northern-dominated Nation National
al National Student Association (NSA).
Headed by Tom Gibson of Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, administrative assistant to
the student body president, the
committee will delve into the pol policies
icies policies and advantages of the
organization which issues state statements
ments statements concerning domestic and
foreign affairs.
Gibson said there has been con controversy
troversy controversy as to whether the UF
should join or not because of the
liberal influence in the organiza organization.
tion. organization.
HE STRESSED THAT-the com committee
mittee committee would accept only docu documented
mented documented facts and not (opinionated)
material.
On the committee are Steve
Freedman, Joel Sachs, Danny O

Dorm Politicos AAUP Meets

Hold Rally
A political rally was held Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening in Fletcher Lounge in
the Murphree Area.
Independent candidates; Don
Davis, Richard Thompson and Nat
Turnbull, sponsored the meeting
which gave all area candidates
for Legislative Council an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to express their political
Student Party candidates; Doug
Midgely and John Randolph made
speeches.
Bob Zinn, campaign manager
for the independent candidates,
was M.C. for the rally which
featured entertainment by Jim
Halls Sidewinders.
The election on Oct. 4 presents
a unique situation. Party candi candidates
dates candidates are confronted by indepen independent
dent independent student candidates who are
running on their own merits under
the platform of the best way to
serve the Murphree Area.
I feel the fact that we are
independent candidates puts us in
the novel position of answering, to
the dictates of only Murphree
area constituents. said Davis,
former Secretary-Treasurer of the
freshman class.

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anne Suzanne Brady.
According to Freedman, the main
faults of NSA are:
1) When a policy statement is
issued by the NSA only the major majority
ity majority opinion is given. There is no
minority voice represented.
2) NSA IS NOT representative
-of student opinion because campus
political leaders who attend con conferences
ferences conferences tend to vent their own
viewpoints.
Sachs feels that membership
would give the UF national publi publicity
city publicity since NSA is the only organiz organized
ed organized group representing American
colleges. NSA has a membership of
400 colleges.
Gibson said his committee will
study the facts and present them
to student government in the year
for a decision.

Thursday
The UF Chapter of American
Association of University Profes Professors
sors Professors (AAUP) will hold its first
meeting of the school year Thurs Thursday
day Thursday at 8 p.m. in the College of Law
Auditorium.
Tom Adams, Floridas Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State, will be the guest
speaker. He will discuss Higher
Education in Florida: Problems
and Prospects.
Dr. Seymour S. Block, president
of the chapter, will bring members
up to date on chapter activities,
and membership chairman John
DeGroove will discuss plans to
increase the membership.
DORM IRONY: New resident
counsellor in South Rawlings Re Residence
sidence Residence Hell is Miss Sue Jennings.
HEELS put on in 5 minutes
SOLES put on in 15 minutes
MODERN~SHOE
REPAIR SHOP
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WUFT
Channel 5
WEDNESDAY
7:45 P.M. FLORID\ BLUE KEY
PRESENTS Joe Chapman and
Ann Rothenberg discuss honore'd
guests for Homecoming.
8 P.M. JAZZ CASUAL Modern
Jazz Quartet is featured. Discus Discussion
sion Discussion of jazz in other art forms.
Thursday
8 P.M. AGRIVIEWS A. S.
Jensen, assistant forester with the
Agricultural Extension Serv i c e,
discusses the determination of the
ages of trees, especially pine, cy cypress
press cypress and live oak.
Friday
5:45 P.M. AMERICAN ECO ECONOMY
NOMY ECONOMY Methods in Marketing
7:30 P.M. FLORIDA FOOT FOOTBALL
BALL FOOTBALL FORECASTS Views on
tomorrows game between the Ga Gators
tors Gators and Duke University.
9 P.M. MUSIC SHOW The
music of Gilbert and Sullivan is
featured.
SUNDAY
(Channel 4, Jacksonville)
12 P.M. FLORIDA FOTBALL
Game film of the UF-Duke foot football
ball football game.
8:05 p.m. Listening with Reid
Poole, Brandenburg Concerto No.
3 BaA; Quartet No. 3, Bartok;
and other selections.
ACTOR DIES
NEW YORK (UPl)Broadway
actor Frank Lovejoy, 48, who be became
came became one of televisions pioneer
private-eyes, died in his sleep
Tuesday.

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Wednesday, October 3,1962 The Florida Alligator

CAMPUS NEWS BRIEFS

Seniors and others interested in
post-graduate work or careers in
space-related fields are invited to
meet representatives from Gener General
al General Dynamics Astronautics.
General Dynamics Astronaut Astronautics
ics Astronautics is currently engaged in high
priority missile and space pro projects
jects projects and other technical fields.
James H. Starkey and Mark
L. Willard of the company will
interview interested seniors in
Building H majoring in electrical
mechanical or aeronautical engi engineering,
neering, engineering, physics, or those with
advanced degrees in maithema/ties.
Women students who attained a
3.5 scholastic average for the first
semester of their freshman year
or for their yearly average are eli eligible
gible eligible for membership in Alpha
Lambda Delta, freshman womens
honorary society.

dfl LOLITA jS
is a continual cinematic
delight. Every perform performance
ance performance is -downright
brilliant. Becklty, Herald Tribuna jljfl
FOU PERSONS OVER l> VIAM OF Mi
JAMES MASON SHELLEY WINTERS
UyQua PETER SELLERS SHE LYON

Federal funds to aid Cuban re refugee
fugee refugee students finance their way
through this trimester arrived at
the UF Monday.
The full $57,000 requested by the
.UF vsas granted by the U.S.
Government. W. W. Young, foreign
students advisors announced.
hmefMHjttrH nite
Paul Newman as
"The Hustler
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The Florida Alligator Wednesday, October 3,1962

TV Team Arrives To Film
UF-Based Food Conference

A CBS*Television Network team
arrived at the UF Monday to
film parts of the Florida Food
Additives and Pesticide Residue
Conferance in progress through to today
day today at the Student Service Center.
The crew is here to film parts
of the conference for the net networks
works networks documentary, CBS Reports.
CBS plans to film all of Dr. R. H.
White-Stevens discussion Wednes Wednesday-on

-
On Campos &
Lv.y (Author ofl Was a Teen-age Dwarf The Many
Loves of Dobte Gillis etc.)
WHAT TO WEAR TILL THE DOCTOR COMES
Now that you have enrolled and paid your fees and bought
your books and found your way around campus and learned to
hate your roommate, it is time to turn to the most important
aspect of college life. I refer, of course, to clothes.
What does Dame Fashion decree for the coming school year?
(Incidentally, Dame Fashion is hot, as many people believe, a
fictitious character. She was a real Englishwoman who lived in
Elizabethan times and, indeed, England is forever in her debt.
During the invasion of the Spanish Armada, Dame Fashion Fashionnot
not Fashionnot yet a Dame but a mere, unlettered country lass named
Moll Flandersduring the invasion, I say, of the Spanish
Armada, this dauntless girl stood on the white cliffs of Dover
and turned the tide of battle by rallying the drooping morale of
the British fleet with this stirring poem of her own composition:
Don't he gutless,
Men of Britain.
Swing your cutlass,
H'e aint quittin.
Smash the Spanish,
Sink their boats,
Make em vanish,
Like a horse makes oats.
For Good Queen Bess,
Dear sirs, you gotta
Make a mess
Os that Armada.
You wont fail!
Knock em flat!
Then well drink ale
li? kMkn
As a reward for these inspirational verses Queen Elizabeth
dubbed her a Dame, made her Poet Laureate, and gave her
the Western Hemisphere except Duluth. But this was not the
extent of Dame Fashions service to Queen and country. In
1589 she invented the laying hen, and she was awarded a life lifetime
time lifetime pass to Chavez Ravine. But she was not to end her days
in glory. In 1591, alas, she was arrested for overtime jousting
and imprisoned for thirty years in a butt of malmsey. This later
became known as Guy Fawkes Day.)
But I digress. Let us get back to campus fashions. Certain to
be the rage again this year is the cardigan (which, curiously'
enough, was named after Lord Cardigan, who commanded the
English fleet against the Spanish Armada. The sweater is only
one product of this remarkable Britons imagination. He also
invented the glottal stop, the gerund, and the eyelid, without
which winking, as we know it today, would not be possible).
But I digress. The cardigan, I say, will be back, which is, I
believe, cause for rejoicing. Why? Because the cardigan has
nice big pockets in which to carry your Marlboro Cigarettes Cigarettesand
and Cigarettesand that, good friends, is ample reason for celebration as all of
you will agree who have enjoyed Marlboros fine, comfortable,
mellow flavor and Marlboros filter. So why dont you slip into
your cardigan and hie yourself to your tobacconist for some
good Marlboros? They come in soft pack or flip-top box. Cardi-'
gans come in pink for girls and blue for boys. iwb m simian
**
Cardigans or pullovers it's a matter of taste . And so is
Marlboro a matter of taste the best taste that can possibly
be achieved bg experienced groirers and blendersby sci science,
ence, science, diligence, and tender loving care. Try a pack.

day-on Wednesday-on the Role of Agricultur Agricultural
al Agricultural Chemicals in Feeding and Ex Exploding
ploding Exploding Population. Stevens is as assistant
sistant assistant to the director of research
and development at the American
Cyanamid Company, Princeton, N.
J.
In addition to other conference
highlights, the crew plans to shoot
several scenes of the UF campus
for use on the same program.

F$U Student Dies
From Gun Wounds
UF-FSU News Service
A St. Petersburg Florida State
student was found dead last week
as a result of apparent gunshot
wounds.
Edward J. Plemmons, 20, son of
Mr. and Mrs. *C. F. Plemmons,
was found by another FSU student
who was horseback riding near
the victims residence.
Authorities said a 16-gauge shot shotgun
gun shotgun was found on the ground near
the body. There was no evidence
of foul play.
The FSU faculty senate has
revised the grading system in
physical education courses. The
revisions will go into effect this
trimester.
Changes are: (1) four trimesters
of required physical education,
(2) exemption by examination,
(3) three class hours per week,
(4) one-half hour credit per tri trimester,
mester, trimester, and (5) grades to be
given as in other academic areas.
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Deadline for receiving applica applications
tions applications for Fulbright Scholarship
Awards is Oct. 15.
Forms and instructions for the
awards are available at the Inter International
national International Center, Building AE.
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Drill Doll Turns
All Eyes Right

By RONNIE SEE GOODMAN
Students in ROTC may be rather
surprised to see a girl in uniform
marching during drill this year.
The Air Force Billy Mitchell Drill
Team has selected Judy Lynn
Prince as their official sponsor.
, The team has distinguished it-'
self in the past by being the first
and probably the only drill .team
in the country to perform on the
floor of the Coliseum in the New
Orleans Mardi Gras for the King
Rex Ball.
This happened in 1953. It is also
the only organization in the world
to have a standing invitation to at attend
tend attend the Ball, which is the most
formal event of its kind held any anywhere
where anywhere in the United States.
Col.- Smith, the head of the Air
.o
Force ROTC department at the
UF said that he felt Miss Princes
appearance on the drill field would
add color to the Cadet Uorps* and
raise the spirit of the cadets.
Girls should learn more about
the UFs ROTC program, he
said. Enthusiasm was also expres expressed
sed expressed by Cadet Lt. Paul Bertolami

and Cadet Lt. Carl Heishman,
Commander and Operations Offi Officer
cer Officer respectively of the drill team.
When asked of her impressions
and opinions about the position,
Miss Prince Said, I accepted the
position because I thought it would
be a lot of fun. It seemed to have
a certain amount of glamor at attached
tached attached to it, and it was a UF
first.
Besides, I knew nothing about
marching, and it was a challenge
to me. Now, I love it. The boys on
the drill field have more respect
for a girl than anywhere else on
campus. I dont know if its just
because theyre in uniform or
what, but they act? like real gentle gentlemen.
men. gentlemen.
Theyre very polite. They dont
let you forget that chivalry is still
in style.
Miss Prince drills every Thurs Thursday
day Thursday with the drill team. A sudden
increase in interest is already ap apparent.
parent. apparent. Could this be the beginning
of a female auxiliary to boost the
morale of the entire corps, not
just that of the Drill Team?
Sororities Still Rush
Informal sorority rush begins
tomorrow and will continue
through November 30.
Those girls interested are asked
to sign up in the Dean of Womens
office.
Girls who signed up for formal
fall rush and did not pledge are
already on the eligiblility list.
Alpha Phi, Please
WViAAna f .... ~ t:".*.-
The Alpha Omega announce announcements
ments announcements appearing in Tuesdays Al Alligator
ligator Alligator should have included a
phi in the middle.
Alpha Omega is connected with
the Order of Athena while Alpha
PHI Omega is a service organiza organization.
tion. organization.
Thus Alpha Phi Omega will
meet Thursday for a Smoker and
every Tuesday thereafter.
Profs Rise in AAUP
Prof. John D. Ainslie, Psychia Psychiatry,
try, Psychiatry, has been appointed to the
executive cccnmittee of the AAUP
to complete the teams of Prof.
Allen Sievers, -ectaniomics, who
is on a leave of absence.
Prof. Fred Hartmann, political
science, past president of the
UF chapter, has been nominated
to represent the Southern District
on the AAUP National Council.
Balloting for this office and for
other national offices will take
place at a later date. All AAUP
members whose national dues are
'paid will vote by mail.



M 11 Chance

Lets take an extra chance at
no extra cost.
E-W Vul
South Deols
S-A 10 5 3
H- K J 3
D-Q 7
C-A 9 85
S-J 872 S
H-9 2 H-10 B'7 5 4
D-8 6 3 D-J 109 5 2
,C-Q J 10 7C- K 3 2
S-KQ9 64
H-A Q 6
D- A K 4
5 W N E
IS P 3 S P
6SP P P
Some safety plays involve the
giving up of a possible trick,
in order to insure the contract.
The above hand, however, illust illustrates
rates illustrates a safety play that cannot
possibly lose an unnecessary trick,
between victory and defeat. In
other v/ords, this play has nothing
to lose and everything to gain.
The Queen of Clubs is opened
and taken by dummys Ace. The
declarer can see that he must lose

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one club trick, no diamond tricks
and n 0 heart tricks. The Trump
suit seems to be solid, so the
contract looks unbeatable.
AS declarer pats him himself
self himself on the back for being in
such a good contract he leads the
Ace of Spades from the board.
When East fails to follow suit
declarer realizes that he cannot
avoid losing a Trump Trick to
West, so he must go down one.
If you were playing this hand,
you might say it was bad luck to
get such a bad trump break, but
if the declarer played the king of
spades from his hand first, he
could not lose a trump trick no
matter how they are split.
If they are split either 2-2 or
3-1, your top three honors will
clear the suit.
If, after you cash your king,
you find that one of the opponents
started with all four spades, you
can finnesse for the Jack no mat*
ter which opponent holds it.
YOU MAY SAY THAT IT is a
guess as to whether you cash the
Ace or King first, but it isnt*
If you always cash your King
first in a situation like this you
will never lose a trick in the
suit, but if you cash your aces
first you will lose a trick when whenever
ever whenever West holds all four Trumps.
In most cases it will not matter
where you decide to take the
first Spade trick since a 4-0 split
is not very probable.
Remember, a 4-0 split is not
impossible-so why not give your yourself
self yourself an extra chance.

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Registration Books Open

The registration books close
Friday for Alachua County citizens
who are eligible to vote in Nov November
ember November elections.
Anyone wanting to vote in Ala Alachua
chua Alachua County who has not register registered
ed registered before, may do so between 9
a.m.-5 p.m. daily until Thursday.
Friday registration will be from
9 am. till 9 p.m.
Books close Oct. 5. This registra registration
tion registration is for any electionvstate,
national or local.
Individuals may register at 114
S.E. Ist Ave.

Flint Has Vacancy
Cold Water Flat

By RICHARD LEVINE
Features Writer
For immediate occupancy* One
"unfurnished aquarium. Includes
hot and Cold running air -bubbles.
Located on the first floor of
Flint Hall is a presently unoccu unoccupied
pied unoccupied group of tanks which was
previously used as a salt water
marine aquarium.
The problem in using it again,"
according to Dr. E. L. Pierce
Director of UF's Marine Lab. is
in obtaining the funds necessary to
hire a paid assistant to take care
of it then finding the right
person to do the job."
AN AQUARIUM of this type,
requires at least one hour of work
each day. This is far above the
effort needed to keep a freah freahwater
water freahwater aquarium of comparable
size.
Formerly, the aquariupn held
seahorses, pipefish, shrimp and
crabs. It was a pretty good
representation of Florida shallow

Wednesday, October 3,1962 The FI orida Alligator

QUALIFICATIONS are: You
must be a U. S. Citizen, have been
at the university or in Alachua
County six months and in Florida
one year. If you have resided in
another state or county you may
register here and this will cancel
your registration anywhere else.
Voting will be in the Florida
Union building.
MRS. ALMA BETHEA, Super Supervisor
visor Supervisor of .Registration, also an announced
nounced announced that there is a need for
Election Board Members at a pay
scale of $1 per hour for a 6 a.m.

water animals, Pierce said.
Pierce is optomistic, however
We think we have found the
person for the job and we are
negotiating with another depart department
ment department for the money. he said.
I dont want to hire anyone who
will unwittingly forget the feeding
of the aquariums inhabitants or
who will carry on his duties hap happazardly.
pazardly. happazardly. he said.

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to approximately 7 p.m. day, one
day only, Tuesday. You must be a
qualified elector in the precinct.
There is a need for both Demo Democrats
crats Democrats and Republicans.
The County Commissioners ap appoint
point appoint the Election Board Am Ambers.
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ers Commissioners at Fr. 2-3367 or Mrs. Bethea
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The Florida Alligator Wednesday, October 3

Page 6

Good Government
Cant Lose Face

By DAVID LAWRENCE JR.
Gator Managing Editor
The Hon. Ross Barnett, gover governor
nor governor at last report of the "sotne "sotneijnes
ijnes "sotneijnes state" of Mississippi, re reehtly
ehtly reehtly spat in the United 'State*
rTesfroents eye.
Mr. Barnett should now he al al'owed
'owed al'owed the dubious honor of wal wallowing
lowing wallowing and drowning in his self selfcreated
created selfcreated seta, of expeotofwtaw,
A hSteh now surrounds Ole Miss
rnd the nation.
EVENTS two in particular
that supposedly bear heavily
n this case now have entered
into the realm of the superfi superficial
cial superficial sad as it may be.
One: Two deaths at the hands
f f rioters that of a French
; swswan and a 23-year-old Ox Oxford,
ford, Oxford, Miss., jukebox repairman repairmani.;
i.; repairmani.; not the issue in the University
cf Mississippi federal govern govern:
: govern: cent turmoil over whether Negro
James Meredith has the "right"
l > enter Ole Miss.
Two: Indeed, neither is Mere Merediths
diths Merediths "right" to enter the main
t pic.
THUS, BASICALLY and brutal brutal:
: brutal: -, the issue boils down to this:
Loes a state have the power and
right constitutionally or other otherv
v otherv ise to tell the United States
jwemment to "go to hell"?
A suitable corollary to this
..tight be: Can the.federal govern govern
govern ent and the persons represent representing
ing representing it afford to lose face in such
... crucial issue?
*l*Lawrence, Jr.
The answer to both is a flat,
categorical "No."
The reasons are these:
Through a series of courts, the
James Meredith case was argued.
In essence the decision was this
Mr. Meredith should be allowed
to enter Ole Miss.
A$ MIGHT or might not be ex expected,
pected, expected, the people of Mississippi
violently, but at first verbally,
opposed the "pro-Meredith" an answers
swers answers from the courts.
After the recent ruling of the U.
3. Court of Appeals with again a
"pro Meredith" ruling resulting,
the court pointed out that its order
now had become direct United
States government responsibility,
i.e., President Kennedy and the
Justice. Department.
Thus, there should have been no
loubt that a basic "law of the
land" was in effect, and that de defiance
fiance defiance of that law meant rebel rebellion,
lion, rebellion, or, worse, tyranny.
GOOD GOVERNMENT, in a
Treat sense, can be likened to
management: it must have
the power to make unqualified de decisions
cisions decisions in times when these types
of decisions must be made. The
Meredith case certainly warranted
thi^
And since when can a state,
i.e., Mississippi, with its 1960 pop population
ulation population of slightly over two mil million
lion million persons, defy the "law of the
land" a law representing not
two million but 180 million-plus
persons?
GOOD GOVERNMENT, again
like good management, cannot af afford
ford afford to lose face in certain cir circumstances.
cumstances. circumstances. This case was such
a circumstance.
Open defiance by Barnett in spite

of the law of the land" points
out only one thing the law must
be maintained at any cost.
Sadly, in this case it had to
mean two lives.
Reader
Backs
Barnett
I
e
I hear the news of Southern fate fate"lntegrate"state
"lntegrate"state fate"lntegrate"state by stpte.
They fill our ears with the sound
That the South is "beaten down.
And every day they stand in
view,
A nigger face with white ones
too.
To remind us all, to wash our
brains,
To say the South cant stand
again.
The mass of spineless, conform conforming
ing conforming minds,
Will soon believe and stay be behind.
hind. behind.
The "arrogant or freakish" few
. Will stand their groundto be
subdued,
By those of who believe this
trash
That all are "equal" first to
last.

But then my heart erupts with
glee.
I hear that some agree with me.
For within the stronghold of the;
South, l
There lies a steadfast state,
Whos duty goes no northern
course,
Who holds the Southern fate.
I see a man above the rest,
Who stands by his beliefs,
The only mfm with guts at all,
To stay and face the heat,
Os federal oppression, to the
States
Whose ideas dont agree.
Hell hold his ground, with steady
feat,
To meet the countless speals,
That no man stands in federal
way
No matter how he feels.
We had our rights with the
States,
Till federal law stepped in,
But then they tried to change
our law.
And drive us in a pen.
Should we withdraw the scab scabbard
bard scabbard blade,
Or take the fatal blow?
Id sooner take the spit to face,
And brandish blade, to let blood
flow.
* *
This Mississippi stand, Im sure
Contains the shortest straw.
Ill give my aid, Confederate
way,
The holdout of states law.
So steer ahead, sir Governor,
Well back you to the Hilt.
Retain your pride of Southern
taste,
An "unrit" law we built.
We will maintain the peoples
rights,
We thank you for your stand.
For you have paved the road for
us,
1 give you, sir, my outstretched
hand. t
Bion Schouten
lUC

. vi-i&ra
V iewpoint
4'V' %/J' 'Allies j

The Florida Alligator introduces
a new weekly feature: Viewpoint.
Viewpoint will replace the editor editorial
ial editorial page each Wednesday and will
feoture pros and cons on current
issues.
Although later Viewpoints wiN
be written by campus figures re related
lated related to the current issue, we in introduce
troduce introduce the feature with differing
stands by managing aditors on the
Missasippi crisis.
Next week: Should Foculty-
Student relationships be less form formal?
al? formal?
L&TTE3(&
I rate Arab
EDITOR:
Will the person who wrote the
sign calling the Arabs a "malig "malignant"
nant" "malignant" race, and "long live the
SAO" please, if you have the nerve
to sky it to the face of an Arab,
contact this Arab at 376-5006 any anytime
time anytime (soon)!
If you do not call, then I will
take it for granted that you are
a nerveless coward.
MAD ARAB
!ol§

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Managibg Editors .. Jack Horan,
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Business Manager Cary Burke
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The Florida
Alligator

S tates Not Sovereign,
But Demand Dignity

By JACK HORAN
Gator Managing Editor
Nigger, nigger, they chanted,
was it worth two deaths?
James Meredith was heckled by
students with this disturbing ques question
tion question when he attended his first
class American history Mon Monday
day Monday at Ole Miss.
The question went unanswered
by the 2'9-year-old MLssissippdan,
but it is a question which should
be examined and pondered.
WAS IT retail y worth two
deaths? The lives of two human
beings, innocent bystanders who
were assassinated by a surly
mob?
The deaths, riots and inflamed
passions which erupted Sunday
night and Monday could have been
avoided in Mississippi if some
discretion was used by both the
federal and state government.
First, President Kennedy de deserves
serves deserves commendation in the sit-
Trio Seek
Advice
EDITOR:
As educated college students we
feel that we have certain respon responsibilities
sibilities responsibilities to ourselves and to our
campus community. In the past
few years the United States has
been put in a position of debating
its ideals versus Communism. As
educated citizens we have a cer certain
tain certain responsibility in this debate.
The question that faces us is:
What is our responsibility as a
citizen and a student?
We feel our responsibility is
really to inform ourselves of more
than one side of the debate in
order to form a more valid opin opinion.
ion. opinion. Can we do this by only attend attending
ing attending classes? We feel there is more
to it than this.
We must not only maintain
grades and stimulate intellect intellectual
ual intellectual curiosity, but we must also
keep abreast of world affairs and
take an active part in a campus
activity, in addition to these res responsibilities
ponsibilities responsibilities many, in order to
remain students, must hold jobs.
Do we have enough time to do
a good job on all of these? If not,
what is our alternative?
Marie Thayer 7 ED
Judy Johnson 3 NR
Karen J. Eilers 4 ED

EDITOR:

uation last week by patiently al allowing
lowing allowing the Federal Court of Ap Appeals
peals Appeals in New Orleans to handle
the case.
But the President sadly erred
when he decided to send U.S.
soldiers into Mississippi. And now
combat trained paratroopers.
In doing this, Kennedy admitted
defeat for the federal government,
and flouted the fact this is a coun country
try country of law and not force.
The court had held Barnett and
the lieutenant governor in con contempt
tempt contempt and both face a SIO,OOO
and $5,000 fine per day until they
comply with the courts order to
allow the integration of Ole Miss.
SOME MAY say since Barnett
was obstructing justice when he
prevented Meredith from register registering,
ing, registering, the court could not success successfully
fully successfully act. But even if had taken
the court nine months of long,
hard legal wrangling and adjud adjudication,
ication, adjudication, that would be better than
the disgusting, sickening mess
which Mississippi is now in.
The law of the land will always
be enforced, that is inevitable.
But wouldn't it have been wiser
to have a cooling off period
instead of a massive thrust?
Kennedy, Biarnett, the mad Gen.
Walker, and Meredith are directly
responsible for the catastrophe
which was inflicted upon the state.
The blood is on their hands.
BARNETT AND Walker are the
instigators of the mob action with
their rabble-rousing defiance and
emotional speeches. Along with
the press and local radio stations
which played the militant Dixie
g ft:'
on the air continuously, its small
wonder that the people were rea ready
dy ready to riot at a fever pitch.
Kennedy committed a tragic
blunder when he dispatched Negro
as well as white troops to quell the
riots. This only served to embit embitter
ter embitter and enrage the citizenry be because
cause because of the sociological condi conditions
tions conditions which exist in the state.
ALTHOUGH THERE is no such
animal as state sovereignty, the
federal government should at
least attempt to preserve states
dignity.
Laws are intangible, ill-defined
pieces of paper until they are en enforced
forced enforced by men. Then they be become
come become concrete and meaningful.
The law can be enforced peace peacefully
fully peacefully and without a brutal display
c.f power and violence. I would
have preferred that the President
bad severed all federal aid to the
state, or blockaded it until the
governor and his fellow Mississi Mississippians
ppians Mississippians threw in the towel and re resigned
signed resigned to the will of the people.
But now only seething, hatred,
disrespect and divided loyalties
are the product of forced military
integration.
Was it worth it?
Corrections
The Directory of Student Orga Organizations
nizations Organizations and Student Government
is slated to be published Oct. 10.
President of all student orga organizations
nizations organizations must contact Mrs.
Strickland in the Dean of Mens
office, 129 Tigert Hail by Friday,
Oct. 5 concerning complete and
accurate information for publi publication.
cation. publication.
This must be done in order to be
listed, she said.



LA Ties Plavoff With 8-7 Win

LOS ANGELES (UPI) Ron
Fairly lofted a tie-breaking sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice fly to center field in the
bottom of the ninth inning Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday to cap one of the wildest
games in baseball history and
give the Los Angeles Dodgers an
8-7 victory over San Francisco
which squared the National
League pennant playoff.
An SBO,OOO bonus beauty picked
off the University of Southern
California campus, the lean first
baseman paid a handsome return
on that investment when his fly
ball sent fleet-footed Maury Wills
racing home from third.
That turned Dodger Stadium
into a merry madhouse, for the
Dodgers twice had to pick them themselves
selves themselves off the floor to pull this
one out and send them into
Wednesdays third and final game
for a shot at World Series gold
and glory.
It was another wild and wooly
meeting between these two long longtime
time longtime rivals fighting to square off
against the mighty New York
Yankees and it took them longer
than any other teams in history
had ever taken to play nine in innings.
nings. innings. The old record was 4 hours
and 2 minutes and this one re required
quired required 16 minutes more than that.
And, when this blasting day was
overone in which there were 20
hits and 42 players went onto the
field including a total of 13 ptieh ptiehersit
ersit ptiehersit was merely three walks,
a sacrifice bunt and a sacrifice
fly which turned the tide in favor
of the embattled Dodgers.
The Giants, who had won the
first game of this playoff series,
8-0, jumped into a 5-0 lead and
appeared headed for the big
classic when the Dodgers who
hadnt scored a run in 35 long
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and miserable innings broke
loose with a 7-run outburst.
Cushions showered onto the field
Hke confetti as they pulled away
. a 7-5 lead in that zany sixth
inning, in which a total of 11 runs
were scored by the two teams.
But then they almost threw it
away again, for a costly error by
big Frank Howard permitted the
Giants to tally the second of their
two runs in the eighth and tie the
score.
But then came that wacky ninth,
a fitting end to a madcap after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, in which the Dodgers pulled
it out before 25,321 fans.

Yanks Ready
NEW YORK (UPII The New
York Yankees, 100 per cent hale
and hearty for the World Series,
raced through a fiery batting drill'
against front-line pitching in a
simulated game Tuesday and then
headed for San Francisco Where
theyll work out Wednesday in
Candlestick Park.
The decision to fly to San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco instead of Los 'Angeles was
made several hours before the
Dodgers and Giants began their
second pennant playoff.

University of Florida Cumulative Statistics Through
Two Games
GAME RECORD
Fla.
19 Mississippi State 9.
0 Georgia Tech 17
TEAM STATISTICS
Florida Opp.
19 Points 26
15 Ist Down, Run 14
4 Ist Down, Pass 11
0 Ist Down, Penalty 0
19 Total first downs 25
85 Runs from scrim. 101
.l4O Gain from scrim 276
11 Lost from scrim 45
299 Net gain scrim 231
25 Passes attempted 26
7 Passes completed 17
28.0 Percent completed 65.3
3 Passes had interc 1
82 Gain Passing 199
381 Total net gain 430
15 No. of punts :... 12
616 Total yards kicked 494
41.0 Punting avg .. 41.1
0 Punts had blocked 0
4 No. punts ret 9
21 Yds. punts ret 88
5.2 Avg. punt return 9.7
7 No. kickoffs ret. 5
125 Yds. kickoffs ret 107
17.8 KO return avg : 21.4
2 Fumbles lost 2
21 Longest run 24
29 Longest pass 31
11 Longest punt ret. 19
0 Longest int. ret 0
3 TDs running 1
0 TDs passing 1

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A&M Tickets
Available
Student tickets for the Florida*
Texas A&M game are being dis distributed
tributed distributed at the stadium this week.
Students may pick up their tickets
between 2 and 4:30 p.m.
Sailing Club Meets
The Gator Sailing Club held its
first meeting of the year this
Monday and elected its officers.
They are: President Roger Straub.
Corresponding Secretary Charle
Vice President, Gene Ramsey,
Kanjorski, Recording Secretary
Becky Brandon, Treasurer Vanda
Nigels, and Faculty Advisor Dr.
R. A. Weaver.
Classes for beginners and intra intraclub
club intraclub races will be held this week weekend.
end. weekend. Future plans include both
intra-and inter-club races.
New members need only pass
a swimming test. Those interested
should contact Roger Straub or
the intramurals office.

Wednesday, October 3,1962 Jhe Florida Alligator

Sec Roundup

LSU Tech Game
Best of Weekend

By ROBERT GREEN
Assistant Sports Editor
The nationally televised game
between Georgia Tech and LSU
highlights Southeastern Conference
action this weekend as all 12 teams
ate active.
The game, to be played in Atlan Atlanta,
ta, Atlanta, will all but eliminate the loser
and provide a big national rank ranking
ing ranking boast to the winner.
Tech has beaten the Gators,
17-0, and Clemson, 26-9, while LSU
was held to a B-G fie with Rico
last Saturday after downing Texas
A&M in the season opener.
No matter who wins, however,
it probably wont disturb Alabam Alabamas
as Alabamas first place hold in the SEC
standings. The Crimson Tide is 2-0
in league play and faces Vanderbilt
in Birmingham Saturday night.
A win for the Commodores
would be the biggest upset since
David beat Goliath. Vanderbilt has
lost its last ten games going back
into last season and was beaten

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by Georgia 10-0 last Saturday
Bama smashed Tulane, 44-6, i
a t Friday night game.
Tulane will get no rest however
The game Greenies travel t
Austin to meet mighty Texas ii
another mismatch involving SEC
teams. The Longhorns j Warmed
up for the contest by running all
over Texas Tech, 34-0.
Mississippi State, which had the
week off after its 19-0 defeat by
Florida, will meet Tennessee, loser
to Auburn, 22-21, in Memphis in a
battle of winless teams.
Auburn, the victor in that wild
game, will play Kentucky in Lex Lexington.
ington. Lexington. The Wildcats have yet to
score this year and lost to Missis Mississippi,
sippi, Mississippi, 14-0, on Saturday after a
0-0 tie with Florida Statethe week
before.
In two non-conference games,
Georgia goes to Columbia to play
South Carolina and the UF Gators
tackle tough Duke in Jackson Jacksonville.
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