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The Florida Alligator Sunday, October 21, 1962

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down a deserted Havrna **oet
muttering to himself. .Those
feelthy, rotten, steenking, low
down pigs.
A sudden hand fell on his shoul shoulder,
der, shoulder, Come along, said a pol policeman.
iceman. policeman. You are undar arrest
for treasonable utterances
against the authorities.
The authorities! cried the
indignant citizen. Why I. never
mentioned them.
No, said the policeman, but
you described them perfectly.
Sing a song of sixpence,
Bourbon, gin and ryes,
If your girl friend bores you
Grab another guys.

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I suppose you heard that A1
killed his wife.
Really, how?
With a golf club.
"Oh, How many strokes?

SUBTLETIES

Say, Pat* whats this Im hear hearing
ing hearing about ye joing up with thim
Communists? Be ye daft, man?
Its the God* truth, Mike. I
signed up last week. Ye see, the
doctor told me I had about 10 days
to live and *tls better one o them
damn Communist dies than a good
Irishman.

SUNDAY

How was the bridge party?
Fine till the cops looked under
the bridge.

by JACK HORAN

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Weekend Homecoming Speakers

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Expansion of Floridas
higher education facili facilities,
ties, facilities, with emphasis ra radiating
diating radiating from the UF and
Florida State University
(FSU) in Tallahassee, was
pledged Friday night by
Florida Gov. Farris
Bryant.
We have plans to put
a college education,
Bryant said, within the
reach of every person in
Florida.
Bryant earlier had hint hinted
ed hinted at plans to make the
whole state a campus,
but never before had
specifically mentioned
the roles of either the UF
or FSU.
The governors remarks

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came during the 33rd
annual Florida Blue Key
Banquet at which more
than 1,500 persons dined
tnd listened to introduc introduction
tion introduction of UF student lead leaders,
ers, leaders, state educators,
Supreme Court justices,
U. S. Sens Spessard
Holland and George
Smathers (D.-Fla., and
other Florida politicos.
Well meet our ed educational
ucational educational needs, Bryant
said, by whatever means
it takes.
Bryant did not explain
in detail the specifics of
the expansion program.
But the Florida
governors remarks stole
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The Florida
Alligator

litoMri-Chief Bill Curry
anaging Editors Jack Horan,
David Lawrence Jr., David West
jsiness Manager Cary Burke
sorts Editor Jared Lebow
/lures Editor ; V F d Schne.der
ire Editor Maryenne Awlrey
distant to the Editor Sandy Swe.tier
red Life Editor Becky Qumn
isisfant Business Manager Jay Fountain
iitorial Assistants Carole Bardella < Alligatqr-on-the-Air),
Carol Buller (News>, Dovid Hamilton
1 Editorials IPhil .Vug (Photos)
alf Writers Ronnie Sue Goodman, Tova Levine,
David Wilkinson, Bob Dixon, Mary
Anne Walker, Sandy Taylor, Ann Le Leone.,
one., Leone., Lynn Auerbach; Gerald Jores,
Vickie Smith, Rich Mathews, Joy Lee
Cherry, Mark Frankel, Richord Levine.

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Meeting Place
Room 218, Florida Union
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The Florida Alligator Sunday, October 21, 1962

Page 8

Board Approves 265 Million for UF

The State Board of Con Control
trol Control gave the univer university
sity university system a Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming gift by approv approving
ing approving a record $265 million
budget for presentation to

m| fewi

...fora life
of pride and
purpose
I
Among the young people being graduated from
college in these times, there are some who think
and feelperhaps a little more deeply than the
othersabout the world we live in, the future
we face. They ask, How can I make my career
really meaningful? More than just personally
rewarding?"
And many ol today's most successful young
people are finding a fulfilling answer to these
questions as officers on the Aerospace Team...
the United States Air Force. They can tell you
that no career could better combine the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity for achievementand the deep inner
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FOR AMERICA'S FUTURE ARO YOUR OWR...JOIR THE AEROSPACE TEAM. Wlm 1
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the 1963 L egislature.
But the board nixed a
position for a dean of den denistry,
istry, denistry, requested by the UF.
Health Center. The
Health Center is current currently

satisfaction of knowing that they are helping
preserve the very future of America.
How can you become an Air Force Officer?
If you are a college senior and not currently
enrolled in ROTC, Air Force Officer Training
School provides an opportunity to qualify for
a wide variety of career fields. The graduate of
this three-month course receives a commission
as a second lieutenant. As the Air Force
continues its technological advance, officers
with college training will move into positions
of increasing importance.
For full informationincluding the opportunity
to earn graduate degrees at Air Force expense
see the Air Force Selection Team when it
visits your college, visit your local Air Force
Recruiting Office, or write: Air Force Officer
Career Information, Dept. SC2IO, Box New York 1, New York.
U. S. Air Force

ly currently trying to establish a
dental school and asked
for the post so planning
for the school could be
started.
THE BOARD DECIDED

the best course would be
to hold off now, and when
the need for the post pre presents
sents presents itself, the board will
ask the budget commis commission
sion commission for the necessary
funds.
If and when a dental
school is established
here, it will take a min minimum
imum minimum of five years to set
up the program, if its
to be a quality operation,
said Health Center off officials.
icials. officials.
The budget figure is s9l
million more than is being
spent now to run the state
universities in the cur current
rent current biennium. The uni university
versity university budget is set
every two years.
OF THE TOTAL, some
$l5O million more than
come from general re revenue
venue revenue appropriations.
While polishing off the
rough edges of the figure,
the board pared and added
to equalize the salary av averages
erages averages between the UF
and Florida State Uni University.
versity. University.
FSU Pres. Gordon
Blackwell had told the
board he feared that if the
equalizing action werent
taken, FSU would be in
an inferior position
to compete in the acade academic
mic academic maket place nation nationally.
ally. nationally.
INSTEAD OF FOLLOW FOLLOWING
ING FOLLOWING a recommendation
that the U F salary re requests
quests requests be cut, the board
hiked those of FSU.
Annual salaries of
$25,000 were proposed
for Board Director
Boward Culpepper, UF
Pres. J. Wayne Reitz,
FSU Pres. Blackwell.
Their present salaires
are $17,500 yearly.
The board halted mid midway
way midway in its consideration of
the University of South
Florida budget to vote
down a move to set
a standard $22,500 salary
for the posts of president
at the University of South
Florida, the new Atlantic
University and the
Florida Institute for Con Continuing
tinuing Continuing Studies.



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Weekend Speakers

(cont. from page 6)
the verbal thunder from
the intended main speaker
Sen. Robert S. Kerr, D-
Okla.
Instead of an expected
speech about the just-fin just-finished
ished just-finished session of the Unit United
ed United States Congress, Kerr
praised the United States,
its free enterprise sys system,
tem, system, the Constitution, its
flag and God.
Kerr salvaged his
Gainesville speaking
appearance with verbal
brickbats hurled at ban banquet
quet banquet toastmaster and Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of state Tom
Adams, Bryant and
Smathers.
Oklahomas senioi?sSen senioi?sSenator
ator senioi?sSenator told the he
would advise Adams not
to run for the governors
chair in 1968, saying Run
for the Senate. Thats
where the time you can
talk is unlimited.
Referring to Bryant, who
often differs widely with
Adams views in state
politics, Kerr said, I
dont know either of them
(Adams or Bryant) as well
as they seem to know each
other.
Smathers, who received
a tongue lashing earlier
this year from President
John F. Kennedy for the
senators opposition to
the administration-back
ed Medicare Bill, came in
for his share of political.
digs.
l think as much of
George (Smathers),

Kerr said, as the Pres President
ident President does, and make few fewer
er fewer demands on him.
But George never in invites
vites invites me to work with him
in except in the Senate.
The banquet in the
Florida Gymnasium was
preceded by an ear-deaf ear-deafening
ening ear-deafening smoker*as state
and student leaders
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Sunday, October 21, 1962 The Florida Alligator

One Minute per 1,000

One minute per 1,000 spectators
Hints how long it takes UP
Police Chief Audie Shuler and his
men to clear the campus of traffic
after a football game.
Shuler estimated there are about
12.000 to 15,000 cars on campus
for a game drawing 40,000 fans.
An estimated 45,000 fans are ex expected
pected expected at Saturday's Homeeuning
game.
According to Shuler, the 31-man
traffic crew begins work normally
in shifts starting at K am., with
the entire crew being on duty two twohours
hours twohours before game time.

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lIOMINCOMING CROWDS flock flocking
ing flocking to campus will cause Shuler
to put his men to work Friday
morning instead of Saturday.
Homecoming isnt any worse
than regular football gamesit
just takes longer, Shuler said.
We direct them off the campus
and then the city takes over," he
said, Theres really not much to
it.
Accidents average about four
or five per game, according to
Shuler. Damage usually averages
from $25 down. No serious acci accidents
dents accidents occur because cars are
moving so slowly, he said.

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Page 10

The Florida Alligalor Sunday, October 21, 1962

Infante Begins His 42-yard TD Run

Wills, Miles Pace UF
In 8-1 Soccer Victory

Manual Wills and Willy Miles
each scored twice and Coach Alan
Moore employed all three teams
yesterday as the UF Soccer Club
rolled to its 35th consecutive
victory by sw'amping FSU's out outel
el outel a 1 Socc e r
Why
Cant You
Remember
A noted publisher in Chicago
reports there is a simple tech technique
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real dividends in both business
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added poise, necessary self-con self-confidence
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According to this publisher,
many people do not realize
how much they could influence
others simply by remembering
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To acquaint the readers of
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Club 8-1 in a match witnessed by
some 400 fans at Fleming Field.
The Gator hooters bolted ahead
4-1 after the first half, as Maurico
Flores, Willy Miles, Wills and
Mario Ordonez accounted for the
scoring. Joe Heinz notched FSU's
only socre in the opening half,
Moore, whose team hasnt lost
since 1958, employed hi s second
and third squads early in the sec second
ond second half after Alvaro Galvo had
put the Gators ahead 5-i by
"heading the ball across the
FSU goal.

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Vandy
By GEORGE M. GARDNER
Gator Sports Writer
Vanderbilt Headcoach Art
Guepe was quite unhappy about
the officiating in yesterday's ball
game. In talking to reporters
after the game he said, It (the
officiating) was lousycouldn't
you smell it up in the press-box?"
Ive never criticized the officials
before, but this was a poorly offic officiated
iated officiated game." The poor officiat officiating
ing officiating put usin a hole in the second
quarter when our boys were out-

playing the Gators. Without those
bad breaks we probably could
have kept the game close through throughout."
out." throughout."
Some of Guepe's other remarks
centered around Floridas depth
in players and this was evidenced
by his remark to Gator coach
Ray Graves at the center of the
field after the game. He said.
Congratulations, Ray Just too
much for us." He later said,
Florida's line was too strong for
us and their backs were swift
enough to take full advantage of
their edge in the line." The tre tremendous
mendous tremendous depth of the Gator squad
together with the heat brought on
the one-sided fourth quarter,
which eclipsed our mens first firsthalf
half firsthalf effort."
Florida
By ROBERT GREEN
Assistant Sports Editor
A relaxed and contented Ray
Graves tipped his chair back in
the Gator dressing room yester yesterday
day yesterday and tried not to break into a
grin while he answered reporters'
questions.
Yes, said Graves while puffing
away on a cigar, this was the
Gators best effort cf the year,
both offensively and defensively.
Jim ODonnell and Larry Dupree
were the best runners. Hank Les Lesesne,
esne, Lesesne, Vandy quarterback,
ably would have done better if
he had not been injured.
Someone had to ask about the
LSU game and, of course, some someone
one someone did. Well," said Graves,
well have to play our best game
of the year to win. We have about
25 boys on our team who beat
them in Baton Rouge so that
should help us. We know Urey are
a good team, but we dont fear
them."



Gator Rockets Sink Commodores 42-7

By David Berkowitz
Gator Sports Writer
Floridas fighting Gators prov proved
ed proved to the world that they could do
it twice in a row and in the sec second
ond second half, at that, as they smash smashed
ed smashed Vanderbilt 42-7 before 41,000
happy Homecoming fans at Flor Florida
ida Florida Field.
During the first quarter Ray
Graves upset fears were borne
out as the Gators opened sluggish sluggishly
ly sluggishly against a fired-up squad of
Commodores. A second quarter
TD by Vandy shocked the Gators
into consciousness and from that
point on it was all Florida.
The Gators mounted their larg largest
est largest offensive push of the season,
gaining 365 yards overall. The
UF ground defense held Vandy to
25 yards gained on the ground,
with the Commodores gaining -21
yards in the second half.
Os most pleasure to the Gator
followers was the second half per performance
formance performance by the Orange and Blue.
Leaving the field with only a 12-
7 lead the Gators roared back
for four TDs and 30 points.
Leading garners for Florida
were Lindy Infante with 80 yards
gained and Larry Dupree with 84.
Both averaged over 7 yards per
carry. Tom Batten hit 4 of 9 pass passes
es passes for 68 yards and Tom Shan Shannon
non Shannon hit 5 of 9 for 54 yards.
The first quarter was a see-saw
battle with both teams marching
in short drives. Florida received
the kick off and in four downs
was stopped by the Commodore
defense.
After several exchanges Van Vanderbilt
derbilt Vanderbilt took a Gator punt and be bebegan
began bebegan a long drive gaining three
first downs in the first quarter and
driving to the Gator 36 yard line
on the running of Hank Lesesne
and Bennett Baldwin.
The Commodores opened the se.
cond quarter with a nine yard
pass from Buddy Barrett to half halfback
back halfback Jeff Starling to the Gator
27 for a Vandy first down. On
the next play Barrett passed to
Jeff Starling who took the ball
over his shoulder and raced into
the Gator end zone for the score.
Grady Wade kicked a high point
after touchdown through the up uprights
rights uprights and Vandy led 7-0 with on only
ly only 12 seconds elapsed in the second
quarter.
Wade kicked off to Bob Hoover
who took the ball on the UF 9 yard
line and raced back to the Gator
45. The drive was stopped at the
Vandy 44 and Dave Bludworth
FINAL TEAM FOOTBALL STATISTICS
, Florida Vanderbilt
First downs rushing 12 3
First downs passing 6 5
First down by penalties 11
Total first downs 19 9
Number attempts rushing 46 36
Yards gained rushing 251 80
Yards lost rushing 8 55
Net yards gained rushing 243 25
Number passes attempted 18 20
Nunfber passes completed 9 10
Number passes intercepted 1 5
Net yards gained passing 122 108
Total offense yardage 365 133
No opponents passes inter. 2 1
Number times punted 6 10
Punting average, yards 34 36
Number times penalized .. 9, 10
Total yards pens Used 82 98
Attendance 41,000 Weather Clear

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punted to the Vandy 11.
On the first play from scrim scrimmage
mage scrimmage Barretts pass was stolen
out of the arms of a Commodore
by Lindy Infante at the Vandy 47.
Florida took the ball and drove
down to the Vandy 20 with the
Gators being held to a fourth and
six. On a last ditch play Shannon
passed to Infante who draped
the ball. The officials ruled
interference and Florida got a
first on Vandys 10. After sever several
al several plunges at the Vandy line, Shan Shannon
non Shannon plowed over from the one and
making the score 7-6 Vanderbilt.
The kick was blocked.
On the next Gator drive with
second and seven on the Commo Commodore
dore Commodore 37 Batten passed to Floyd
Dean for a 22 yard gain to the VU
16. Dupree then raced for 16 yards
and a Florida score. A two- point
attempt fell short and Florida led
12-7 with 4:03 remaining in the
half.
In the second half after Vandy
had given up the ball Hagood
Clarke caught the punt on his 37
and raced to the Vandy 43. An il illegal
legal illegal procedure penalty placed
the ball on the VU 38 and an 8
yard gain by Dupree set the Ga Gator
tor Gator ball on Vandy's 30. The Ga Gators
tors Gators drove to the 5 on short gains
and with 3:17 left in the quarter
Stoner broke over right tackle
foT six points. The attempted pass
for two was deflected and Flor Florida
ida Florida led 18*7.
With a 1-iO on the .Vandy 22
Shannon hit Holland for 15 to the
7. An offside penalty moved the
ball back to the Vandy 12. From

Sunday, October 21, 1962 The Florida Alligator

the 12 Jiiin ODonnell crashed
right tackle for the score. Shan Shannons
nons Shannons pass to Infante for two was
complete and with 13:36 remain remaining
ing remaining the Gators led 26-7.
An intercepted pass by Jimmy
Morgan set up another Gator TD
drive. On the first play from
scrimmage Shannon handed off
to Infante who raced 42 long
yards down the right sidelines for
the Gators fifth TD. Shannon
fought his way to the goal line for
two points and the UF led 34 -7
with 4:49 remaining in the game.
Batten hit Starling on 3-8 with a
pass good for 29 yards. With the
ball on the VU 24 and 3-5, Du Dupree
pree Dupree broke through, left tackle
and went all the way for the
score. Batten broke around left
end and fought his way to the
goal for two more points ending
the scoring in the game* at this
point.

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The Florida Alligator Sunday, October 21, 1962

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to score the Gator's third touchdown in Saturday's 42-7 romp over Vanderbilt.
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