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Vol. 56, No. 5 University of Florida, Gainesville Friday, Sept. 13, 1963

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GET THEM WHILE THEY LAST
Demonstrating the cold, harsh statistical fact that there are 2.3 men on campus for
each woman are Rick Austin, 2UC, Winsome Dunn, 2UC, Jack (.3) Ellington, 2UC,
and Bob Meed, 2UC.

Off-Campus Housing
- \
Demands Are Rising

Off-campus housing demands
are the highest in six years/ac years/according
cording years/according to UF Off-Campus Hous Housing
ing Housing Director Carl B. Opp.
Despite construction of nearly
Hunt Goes On
For Attacker
Os UF Coed
An armed bandit who attempted
to rob and attack a young UF couple
Tuesday afternoon at the
Millhopper purchased his amuni amunition
tion amunition at a local store it was learned
today.
Aside from this development
routine investigation of the case
is underway, according to Chief
Investigator Lt. Harry Layfield.
The assailant, wearing a paper
bag with holes cut out for eyes,
forced the girl to tie her escort,
20-year-old Alexander G. Smith
m, and then tried to disrobe the
coed. Smith broke lose and grab grabbed
bed grabbed the bandit, chewing his ears
until they bled. The bandit drop dropped
ped dropped his weapon and fled with the
girl's pocketbook and Smith's
wallet and both watches.

200 new apartment units since the
end of last school year, the sup supply
ply supply has barely kept pace with
the increasing demand.
Opp said the only apartment
vacancies since the middle of Au August
gust August start at SIOO a month and
require one-year leases. He said
older apartments available are
not convenient to campus.
Families have been referred to
furnished houses 17 to 25 miles
from Gainesville since mid-Aug mid-August.
ust. mid-August. Opp said these areas gener generally
ally generally were not recommended until
after the first of September in
the past.
The housing head attributed in increasing
creasing increasing enrollment, particularly
among graduate students and up upper
per upper division transfer students, to
the housing shortage.
He also pointed out the general
population has been increasing and
many families are reluctant to buy
homes if they have been unable
to sell their homes in other areas.
Fulltime students are exempt
from a state rental tax that adds
three per cent to all hotel, motel,
duplex and apartment rent bills.
Parttime students or students

who share rentals with non stu students
dents students must pay the tax.
A legal revision effective July 1
added duplexes to the list of units
qualifying under the states rental
tax.

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SG To Push
Bond Issue

A newly-formed Student Gov Government
ernment Government organization is initiating
an all-out policy to push Gov.
Farris Bryants proposed_sl2s
million bond issue, a
statewide referendum Nov. 5, Paul
Hendrick, UF student body
president, said this week.
The Student Government Council
for Higher Education, headed by
Owen Schwaderer, aims to gain
support for the bill from students
and parents, Hendrick said.
The bond issue is designed to
provide funds for Floridas
universities. Renovation of
existing facilities, construction of
new buildings head the list of
items provided for by the bond
issue.
The proposed issue calls for
$125 million in bonds to be issued
but only $75 million can be sold
during the next biennium. The UF
is slated to get sl4 million of this
figure.
UF officials have said qualified
applicants may have to be denied
admission because of a severe
lack of facilities, unless funds
are made available to provide
for anticipated Increases in

Growth Areas
Backing Program

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Gov.
Farris Bryant said yesterday the
strongest support for the univer university
sity university bond issue comes from
Florida's growth areas demanding
better educational facilities.
The governor told newsmen the
Orlando area is particularly
strong in support of the $75 mil million
lion million building bond issue because
of the presence of the Martin Co.
He said he is not organizing
the campaign to promote the
bonds to the public but expects
to make some remarks in their
behalf in speeches around the state.
The governor said there has
been no decision on raises for
university administrators and fa faculty.
culty. faculty. The issue came up Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday before the Budget
Commission. The Board of Control

See Story Page 6

enrollment.
Hendrick said the council will
work with the UF administration,
the alumni association, parents
and students.
Maximum support of this
measure is urgently needed, Hen Hendrick
drick Hendrick said, and this group will
attempt to muster the needed
support.
The group will solicit active
support from student groups and
organizations throughout the state.
Polls of students will be made,
and publicity releases will be
distributed in the state seeking
support of the bond issue.
Hendrick said he, as student
body president, is personally
working for voter approval of the
bond issue in conjunction with the
Citizens for Floridas Future
organization.
The bond issue is not a luxury,
he said, it is an absolute
necessity if the UF is to open its
doors to qualified students in the
years to come.
The student body and parents
should jump at this chance to help
provide the facilities we must
have.

recommended higher salaries than
those suggested by Budget Director
Harry Smith.
Dr. Harry M. Phtlpott, UF vice
president, maintains he isnt the
only state university official
recommended for a salary
increase placing him above the
presidents salary.
I dont know why they picked
on me/ Philpott said. 'There
were 125 people recommended for
salary increases by the Board of
Control and a number at these
will make more than the university
presidents if approved, he said.
The board recommended
Philpotts salary be raised to
$19,500. Reitz receives $19,300.
Sat. TV Seats
Up for Grabs
Students planning to watch the
Florida Gator Georgia Tech
football opener on wide-screen
television in McCarty Auditorium
tomorrow may obtain tickets today
at the Student Government (SG)
Treasurers office in the Florida
Union (FU).
SG Treasurer Jim Crabtree said
yesterday that tickets will be
issued to students on a
first-served basis. The auditorium
will accommodate about 250 per persons.
sons. persons.
Tickets may be obtained from 8
a.m. until 12 noon and 1 p.m. until
5 p.m. in Room 307 of the FU*
Students must present an identi identification
fication identification card or aotivity card stub.
The game will also be shown over
standard TV sets in McCarty Hall
classrooms. The main entrance
of the ball, directly behind the
Hub, will be open and tickets will
not be required.



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The Florida Alligator Friday, Sept. 13, 1963

Newsletter Heads
SG Innovations

By EUNICE TALL
Os The Gator Staff
A newsletter, designed to inform
students on the activities of UF
Student Government (SG), heads a
series of innovations from the third
floor of the Florida union this
year, Student Body Pres. Paul
Hendrick said this week.
Due Next Week
Identification cards for student
wives won't be issued until next
week, according to Student Body
Pres. Paul Hendrick.
The cards are not yet back from
the printer's, causing the one week
delay, Hendrick said.

Employed Women
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Assistance
Employed women in this area
are offered cash loans on
. signature only. Many women are
taking advantage of this offer
by Marion Finance Co. You can
repay a $109.24 loan by install installments
ments installments of only $ll.OO per month,
of course Marion Finance has
other loan plans up to S6OO with
repayment of only $34.39 per
month. A phone call to
FR 6-5333, or a visit to our
office is all that's required.
do itnow.
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Titled inside Student Govern Government,
ment, Government, the newsletter will outline
the programs and ideas of the
$500,000 per year government
operation.
A new cabinet post has been
created to maintain
correspondence between the UF
and other universities, Hendrick
said. Eric Smith will head the
new Inter-University Affairs
office. Hendrick said the office
will enable student leaders to
compare campus problems with
other universities.
Two committees have been
formed one, for coordinating
student groups in raising funds for
educational programs at the UF;
the other, a bi-partisan committee
to study SG programs, Hendrick
said.
The bi-partisan committee will
be headed by Norwood Gay. This
is a year of expanding services
and scope of interest by student
government, he said. These
improvements in student govern government
ment government will help spark a successful
year.

WELCOME STUDENTS
Bring this ad with you and save 25% on
ALL MERCHANDISE
Student Special: Watches Cleaned for $4.50
Swiss Watches at special low prices
Cappys Jewelry Co.
7 N.E. Ist Street FR 6-0384
(Across from Wilson's Off the Square)

K wk I
GETTING READY FOR DRILL
.. .are Karen Roberts, Marty Hardy and Jo Anne Stenger,
member? of the AFROTC Angel Flight.

Fall Seminars Set

Wesley Foundation of the
University Methodist Church will
hold study-discussion seminars
throughout the fall trimester,
according to the Rev. Don Crews,
associate minister.
A choice of four different

seminars is scheduled each Sunday
at 10 a.m.
They are: Basic Christian
Doctrine, Religious Themes in
Literature with Dr. John Allen of
the UF Foreign Language Depart Department,
ment, Department, The Civic Responsibility of
the Christian with John DeGrove
of the political Science Depart Department
ment Department and The Question Box with
Crews.
Rounding out the week, seminars
will be on Sundays at 6:30 p.m.
The Religious Voice in Fiction,
led by Crews and the Rev.Thaxton
Springfield for the Senior High
MYF group; Monday, 6:30 p.m.,
Movie Goers Seminar, with
Crews; Wednesday, 8 p.m., Making
Ethical Decisions, led by Crews;
Friday, 9:30 11 a.m., Bible Study
led by the Rev. Springfield in his
office.

ROTC Angels
Set so Begin
Second Year
By JEANE FAGOT
Os The Gator Staff
The moral support of the Air
Force Reserve officers Training
Corps (AFROTC) returned to
Florida Field yesterday in the
personnel of the Angel Flight.
The Angel Flight, organized last
year as the girls auxiliary
AFROTC unit, will be aided by
student advisor Nick Touchton of
the Arnold Air Society.
Plans are in process this year
for active drill competition with
other Angel Flight divisions,
parades and tours of Air Force
bases, both in Florida and out of
state, Capt. Paul Herbert, faculty
advisor to the Flight, said.
According to Herbert the unit
will number 25. Girls will be
chosen to fill vacancies in late
October.
Interested persons must have
completed at least one semester
here, have a 2.2 overall grade
average including at least a 2.0
last trimester. They must have at
least two trimesters remaining
at the UF.
Flight members will be chosen
on poise, personality, interest in
the Air Force and interest in Air
Force ROTC, Herbert said.
Officers of the flight are Miss
Diane Denning, Commander; Miss
Nancy Sumwalt, executive officer;
Miss JoAnn Stinger, drill master
and Miss Becky Quinn, Adjutant
Recorder.
The Angels will do their version
of military drilling Thursdays at
2:30 p.m.



Movie Review

Topheavy Sophia is Attraction
In Film For 'Repressed Libidos

By DON FEDERMAN
Os The Gator Staff
A delightful, delectable bosom
(in the person of Sophia Loren)
make this otherwise trite comedy
on the rise of a washerwoman
during the French Revolution to
the station of Queen of Westphalia
an excellent stimulant to
a repressed libido.
The idea of a parody on
Napoleons rise to power and his
Court of former peasants and
patriot soldiers has the potential
for a fine satire. Unfortunately,
the unimaginative directing of
Christian Jacq u e, inadequate
acting, poor dubbing and, worst
of all, a weak script, put this
comedy on the level of
neighborhood gossip.
For those taking HY 325, a
summary of the plot follows so

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Being admired from a safe distance by youngsters Buddy
Draisey and Ernie Euler is a beady-eyed, wild, red redtailed
tailed redtailed hawk owned by Gary Parsons, 4AS.

12 Liquor Licenses
Up For Grabs In City

Twelve liquor licenses are up
for grabs in Gainesville following
Alachuas vote to plunge into wet
county status.
Thomas F. Deen, District Four
director of the State Beverage
Department, said he had no way
of knowing how many applicants
have filed since opening date
Monday.
Gainesville is entitled to 12
licenses outright, based on a
formula of one for every 2,500
residents. In addition, an unlimited
number of special licenses may be
granted to hotels and motels of
100 rooms or more.
A limit of five permits for
private clubs is also available.


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as to aid vou in Vour studies.
Movie opens in August, 1792. We
see Sophia Loren as washerwoman
saying hello to all the
aries and patriots. A cannon is
brought into town and gets stuck
in a rut. Sophia lends a hand, as
does a wise soldier to her rump,
and then to her blatantly exposed
bosom. Tee-hee!
When she returns home, she
finds soldiers and cannon in her
backyard. She runs to lieutenant
friend, Napoleon Bonaparte, who
instead of ridding her of soldiers
moves cannon to another part of
yard. Fortunately, this means
soldiers stay for night, thus giving
rise to romantic situation between
Sophia and unmarried sergeant
climaxed by his beautiful line,
I really like you. Next day,
sarge helps rid France of Louis
XVI, Napoleon leaves for Corsica

The licenses are not being issued
on a first come-first served
basis, and a minimum of 60 days
has been given to apply, Deen said.
In order to qualify for license,
said Deen, an applicant must;
Be of good moral character;
Not have commited a beverage
violation in the last five years;
Not have been convicted of a
felony in the last 15 years in the
state or in any state that would
be deemed a felony.
Deen said the initial
investigations will be handled
through his office with final
decisions to come from State
Beverage Director Richard
Keating.

and sarge leaves Sophia in bed
(to return of course).
Years pass, and Napoleon is now
a general, the sarge a captain and
married to Sophia who has a most
interesting reunion with hubby.
The two get caught in the straw
by some Austrians planning a sur surprise
prise surprise attack on Napoleon. But the
two escape their captors and blow
up the Austrian garrison, thus
saving Napoleon and earning cap captain
tain captain the rank of colonel. Students,
make the necessary corrections
in your history books.
While Napoleon is moving up to
Emperor, the colonel is moving
up to the position of Duke of
Danzig (Zig-zig as loving Duchess
Sophia calls him). Napoleon then
decides that he should be King of
Westphalia. But Napoleons
avaricious sisters think otherwise
about having washerwoman Sophia
as a queen.
A reception is given at
the imperial Court. The sisters
provoke the etiquette-less
Sophia by reminding her of her
past before the whole of royalty.
Sophia bluntly reminds them of
their past and also meets some
old Paris slum friends.
The international press catches
hold of this scandal, and Napoleon,
under pressure, orders the Duke
to divorce his wife. But serpent
Sophia beguiles Napoleon by bring bringing
ing bringing back the nostalgic days of
Paris, vintage 1792. Thus, the
Duke is reunited with Sophia, and
all live happily ever after, since
Waterloo hasnt occurred yet.
Madame has little to offer as
a movie, but it has the finest
array of bosoms Ive seen in quite
soihe time. Still, it would be nice
to see sex occasionally
subordinated to satire, but then
we are dealing with rep res sed
libidos.

LUTHERAN STUDENTS
FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH ANNOUNCES
"Ride the Bus to Church
"BRING YOUR FRIENDS"
Beginning this Sunday, Sept. 15, there will be bus service
from all dorm areas to First Lutherans 11:00 am Worship
Service!
A city bus will be at YULEE AREA in front of Yulee Hall at 10:30 am. It will
proceed to BROWARD-RAWLINGS AREA to pick up in parking lot in front of
Rawlings at 10:35; then on to JENNINGS AREA to pick up in Police Station
parking lot at 10:40. From there it will go to HUME-GRAHAM AREA and
pick up at the Graham Hall sign at 10:45. Next stop is at Building L across
from EAST & NORTH HALLS at 10:47; then in front of MURPHREE on Univ University
ersity University Avenue at 10:50. The next stop is the Church.
LUTHERAN STUDENT SUPPER SUNDAY EVENING AT 6 PM
First Lutheran Church
_ 1801 N.W. sth Avenue-
Robert C. Besalski, Pastor
Ph. 376-2062 or 376-1392
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The Florida Alligator Friday, Sept. 13, 1963

editorials
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Young Families, Rejoice
The Presidents recent decision to discontinue drafting of married
men was perhaps the most humane action of his executive career.
Anyone who has ever been in the service knows the extreme difficulty
of maintaining a happy home on service pay, in service towns. The
housing accommodations are nearly always below standard, and some
are degrading.
CAREER MEN who are married do all right. Theyve been around
for a while, and know all the angles. Their pay is adequate to maintain
a happy, well-fed home, and their working hours allow them time to
be with the family.
But the younger men, those who were married just before entering
the service, or who tied the knot during their two-week leave after basic
training, the prospects are dismal.
Somehow, it seems, the various services always find away to make
things difficult. Either there is after-hours guard duty to be stood, or
the green young soldier is shipped halfway across the country on
two-weeks notice, with his family to struggle along later as best they
know how, or he is stationed aboard a ship which pulls into the States
once every year or so.
The services do try to make life a little easier for the man wfth a
family by providing him with extra pay which increases as the number
of children mount. Then there is free medical care, post exchange
shopping privileges, 10 cent movies.
BUT COUNTERACTING these advantages are such problems as a
change in the childrens schools at least once every year, the difficulty
for the young housewife of trying to make an attractive home in the
middle of a trailer park or 1 ow-rent housing project, and her
observation daily of the clothes, transportation facilities, and living
quarters of the wives of officers often no older than her enlisted
husband.
(We are approaching this thing from the enlisted mans viewpoint,
because most men with enough education to be officers have made
other arrangements to fulfill their military requirements, and are
seldom drafted.)
There is a great amount of marital discontent in the services --
probably more than in civilian life. All the frustrations mentioned
above combine to make the evenings at home a series of battles.
Infidelity is common, with many husbands away from their wives for
long stretches of time, often in foreign countries where the girls are
different, somehow, arid the wife seems a million miles away.
OF COURSE, it may be that the Presidents decision was motivated
entirely by his never-ceasing desire to halt the outflow of gold from
the country.
Whatever the reason, the lives of many thousands of pebple will
be made easier and happier.
Including, perhaps, yours.
*
Brave New World
We visited a laundromat the other night. Hardly a noteworthy
event, but somehow the glistening aluminum and bright, sterile
flourescent lighting set us a-thinking.
More and more now, one encounters this sort of efficient, inhuman
decor in public buildings. There is no wasted space, no dirt, no
comfortable ledges or dark, secret nooks and crannies in short,
nothing to excite either the eye or the mind.
The machines in such places come in rows and banks never
alone, where their lack of personality" might show up. You think
it silly to look for personality in machines? Remember the machines
one used to see, the refrigerators and sewing machines and automobiles
that had handles sticking out and dents and rusty spots? (Personalities,
brother.) But not any more. Today, washing machines and computers
are indistinguishable without close inspection. Refrigerators look
like cars, and vice-versa.
And we thought also, if buildings and machines such as these are so
popular, when will the first house be built to resemble them? Not
long from now. We tried to picture a home wherein everything was
colored in cheerful pastels, and shuddered.
Then came the final, frightening glimpse of the future, and we were
suddenly terribly anxious to get away from the happily humming
laundromat.
After the homes, we thought, what? Wont that be the end of things
the designers can sterilize and make cheerfully, boringly functional?
No, there was one last thing.
There is nothing, we thought, less efficient, less functional, less
streamlined, less interchangeable; nothing the designers would more
like to improve.
And we saw in our minds appaled eye the man of the future.
Redesigned to match his machines.
From now on, we wash by hand.
The Florida Alligator
Editor-in-chief. David Lawrence Jr.
Managing Editor Bob Wilson
Sports Editor . Walker Lundy
Editorial Page Editor. John Askins
Layout Editor Ron Spencer
City Editor Cynthia Tunstall
Copy Editor. .. Bill Fuller
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of the
University of Florida and is published five times weekly except during
the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is published.
THE FLORIDA ALLtGA r *)R is entered as second class matter at the
United States Post Office at Gainesville, Florida.

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LIBERAL ATTITUDE

A Better Way
To Equality Exists

For the government to survive
the integration crisis, it has allied
itself with dissenters demanding
reform. The immediate cause of
the French Revolution was Louis
XVI joining forces with the en entrenched
trenched entrenched minority, the
aristocracy.
The government must be willing
to risk popularity for ideals. Thus,
the Kennedy administration
supports liberty and equality by
MATHEW MOORE
.. .liberal attitude
enforcing the laws of equality.
However, the civil rights bill,
which would force owners of
private businesses to accept
anyone as a customer, is a
mistake. Our government operates
on a complaint rectification
system. The Soviet government
operates on a plan to which all
are forced to conform. The U.S.
government is the more sensitive:
if a law is made, the law remains
in effect unless it violates
the constitutional rights of the
people.
The law can be repealed only
on complaint by an individual in
the courts.
The courts then decide whether
the good the law does outweighs
the bad in reference to the
' workaday world and the persons
constitutional rights.
Roosevelts New Deal laws were
repealed on the complaint of a
chicken farmer. The integration
flsue is like a can of hot beer
lying in the sun. It can be opened
too quickly. The civil rights bill
would result In new violence, not
the isolated incidents of school
integration, but from every single
businessman, who opposes it.
This law should be enacted by
a single state legislature first,
like the experiment with socialized
medicine In the Canadian state of
Saskatchewan. Vlolenceor
communist agitation could be
better controlled on that level,
and on that level the complaint complaintrectify
rectify complaintrectify system could be tried
in a particular case. Oregon, whose
governor is so critical of

Alabama, would be a likely place.
If no single state could be
convinced to pass such an act,
then surely national action is a
mistake. What no single man will
do, can be hidden in the security
of the mob.
A second argument against the
passage of the Civil Rights bill
is that the federal government
would take over the fight for the
Negro.
As Nathaniel Hawthorne said,
the more one leans on the
government, the less he is able
to stand by himself. If the Negro
wishes to attain a status of honor
and respect, he must do the fighting
himsfelf and not hide behind Mammy
Kennedys skirt. Thus, the talks
with discriminating owners of
business establishments and
economic pressure by picketing
are fine expressions of the
Negroes fight for recognition.
Also, citizens allied with them
against discrimination emphasize
recognition as equals. The slow
and self-made- way is best
because it preserves dignity and
responsibility.
Who cares about dignity when
youre living in a slum? I have
been in houses in which the Negro
has been too arthritic to move;
a grey, wooden house with holes
in the floor and roof, and with no
electricity or heating. With a little
effort you can see the same thing.
Well, why doesnt he go some someplace
place someplace else?
Where?
The prejudice is so strong that
Negroes are forced to live like
that. Many Negroes have jobs
which pay enough to afford better
housing, but Negroes arent
allowed to better themselves. I
know a Negro who got a degree
in mechanical engineering who
works as a cook.
Certainly the states have had
a century to deal with the problem
themselves, but havent. National
legislation is necessary to help
them. Certainly prejudice cannot
be abolished by law, but if the laws
are not passed, nothing will ever
, READERS:
Please sign all letters. We will
withhold your name upon
request. Thank you,
* The Editors

be done. If we wont help them,
at least give them a chance to
help themselves.
The civil rights bill would be
a step in providing equal
opportunity. It might infringe a
little on the right to force others
into poverty, but for every gain
there is a little loss. It might
be another step toward socialism
but so have been most other bills
since graduated income tax.
The evils of possible socialism
are much less than the real evils
of the present social inequality.
I still hold reservations about
opening the civi 1 rights too
quickly. It should be done first
on a state and person to person
level, but it should be done.
And it should be accompanied
by housing and job legislation of
equal scope.

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Have you a fixed income?
Do you depend on pensions,
annuities, *br your savings to
protect you and your loved
ones in the future? As a
decent, self-reliant American
are you ready to give 10
more years toward funda funda
funda mental independence and
security? Well, at the present
rate of inflation your pension
which you may have then,
your savings, etc., will then
be worth exactly half what
they are worth today.
Accordingly, the soaring
clamor against excessive New
Frontier spending including
excessive foreign aid # ls
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gripped our country in many
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Letters...

Athletes, Inc. Bad Logic

EDITOR:
Little by little the Athletic
Department and the Athletic
Association, Inc., have
demonstrated their disdain for that
Institution which gives them their
non-profit and amateur status: the
student body of the University of
Florida.
First: Had it not been for the
poor showing at the Orange Bowl
(capacity, 70,000; attendance at
the Rice game, 16,000), all home
games would be scheduled there.
This year, there are only four
home games scheduled. By
scheduling one of them during the
Thanksgiving holiday, when the
womens dorms will be closed
and several hundred men will be
at home, the Athletic Association,
Inc. is assured of a couple of
extra tickets they can sell.
Second: If the Miami game
were to be played during the
Thanksgiving weekend, hundreds
of South Florida students could
attend that game. But careful
planning prevents that.
Third; The outrageous price
of $5 is charged to fee-paying
students year after year, to attend
the Georgia game at Jacksonvilles
Gator Bowl (capacity, 50,000). The
printed leaflet explains that
Georgia wont agree to lower
prices. Isnt it ever a home game?
Every year they charge $5; does
that mean the Gator Bowl is the
home stadium of Georgia?
Fourth; The Athletic
Association, Inc. seems to be
trying to make up for the
permanent appropriation which
they did not get from student
government during the third
trimester by charging $5 for date
tickets for Homecoming.
Coach Percy Beard says that
for a regulii weekend they sell
1,500 date tickets, while for
Homecuming, they sell 5,000.1
am surprised they dont sell more
for Homecoming. In the first place
it has been my personal
observation that many boys go to
the regular games without a date.
Also, men and women will very
likely invite that very special
someone who meets Coach Beard's
requirements of romantic
attachment to travel to Gainesville
and enjoy that magnificent weekend
which the student body puts on
for its own enjoyment and the
pleasure of our parents and alumni.
Perhaps if we did away with the
student body, that many more
tickets could be sold. However,
not only would they lose their
non-profit status, but they would
have to buy a franchise from the
National Football League or the
American Football League.
All is not lost. I would suggest
that the Legislative Council make
its appropriation to the Athletic
Department based on the number
of home games. Such a clause
might emphasize the pecuniary
basis of the Athletic Department-
Student Body relationship.
Luis A. Gomez, 7BA
lambic Feet
EDITOR:
lambic feet arranged in four
Do make the slogan judges roar,
And with a rhyme contained there
to,
We have the slogan which will win.
(place or show)
Who is this kind of crazy nut,
Who thinks the judges in a rut?
Just a guy were sure you know,
The one whos slogan rated low.
* Name Withheld

EDITOR:
Your editorial in the September
9 edition not only contains bad
logic, but it fails to represent the
conservative objectives to the
public accommodations section of
the civil rights bill.
Governor Bryants statement,
that inherent and inseperable
from freedom is the capacity to
make errors, states that the
capacity to make errors is
necessary in a free society. By
no method of reasoning familiar
to me does this even imply, as
you stated, that the capacity to
make errors is sufficient for a
free society.
The conservative objections to
the bill are; (1) that it places
more discretionary power in the
hands of the federal government,
(2) that it is in direct conflict
with our historical respect for
private property and private
enterprise, (3) that it sets a
precedent for further usurpation of
individual rights by the federal
government.
I join with you in urging equality
for all races. Equality will not be
achieved until all individuals
remove prejudices from their
personal lives. No act of Congress
can do this.
P. S. Im waiting anxiously to
read the new expression of the
Conservative Viewpoint as
explained by John Hancock.
Fred Hedges
Hypocrisy
EDITOR:
Student Cheating Caused Price
Hike -- biggest hypocrisy since
Dry Alachua County.
Does the athletic department
feel so guilty as to do a cover
job like that in the Alligator Sports
Sidelines? Ive heard the limit
when this department can dictate
who one should feel romantic
towards; (if one hates his wifess
please or boys you all better
buckle down and start loving your
dates PDA!)
I think there ought to be an
investigation done on a certain
department here on campus. Id
like to know where all the money
goes to cause a desperate move
by this group to throw in a
romantic cla us e to raise more
loot. I suppose the cost of muscle
has increased or maybe there are
some binds in those No comment
items and expenditures.
Ive learned that athletics is
more profitable than education
here at U of F and of course more
stimulating to the student?
Let us not be surprised if at
the gate we find Handy-Dandy
Kisser-Counters which of course
will register the stimulation
received from lip contact with your
partner. You know, theyre
constructing such devices.
P. S. Ive got a less
conspicuous idea for the athletic
department to raise more! more!
more! money. Why not charge
extra for overweight people (by
the pound). Scales are much easier
to come by than Handy-Dandy-
Kisser-Counters and just look at
the health benefits that would be
generated. Its a fact that over overweight
weight overweight people cause stress
concentrations in the stands.
William J. B&nes, SEG
(EDITORS NOTE: Its also a
fact, Mr. Barnes, that even the
athletic department doesnt have
enough money or influence to buy
an Alligator column, as you
wrongly implied at the beginning
of your letter.)

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. . belongs to Frank The Tank Lasky (second from right)
who injured it before practice started last month and is still slowed
by it. Looking on are (from left to right), head coach Ray Graves,
and two other Gators who have recovered from injuries, fullback Larry
Dupree and quarterback Tom Shannon.


Monday Sports
Mondays Alligator Sports
Section will have the complete
behind-the-scenes story from
Atlanta on the Florida-Georgia
, Tech football game. Sports
Editor Walker Lundy and Assis Assistant
tant Assistant Sports Editor Dave Berko Berkowitz
witz Berkowitz are making the trip to
report the story for you. See
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Riflettes Meet
The Florida Riflettes will
meet at the firing range 10:30
a.m. to 12:00 noon Saturday to
begin practicing for their first
match.
The girls will learn the
various rules and precautions
practiced on the range. They
will also learn the four main
positions for firing; prone,
sitting, kneeling, and offhand.

ATLANTA, Ga.The Florida Gators, old hands
at national television after starring in their 17-7
victory over Penn state in last years Gator Bowl,
collide with Georgia Techs Yellow Jackets here
tomorrow in their second straight TV appearance.
The game could be the most important of the
season for both schools.
BOTH TEAMS, SHOWING strengths and
weaknesses at key positions during preseason
practice, are counting heavily of sophomores.
Tech has one of the most experienced backfields
in the country with Billy Lothridge at quarterback
and Joe Auer at the halfback slot. Lothridge is
the typical triple-threat player who can do every everything
thing everything better than most.
In practice this week Lothridge has been punting
for distances of 50-00 yards with regularity. Hes
also been hitting his favorite receiver end Billy
Martin, with potent passes.
Florida Coach Ray Graves is pinning all the

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UF hopes on a team composed largely of sophomores.
If-the sophomores can come through under pressure,
Florida may return home with the big win.
The Gators are counting heavily on junior quarter quarterback
back quarterback Tom Shannon who earned national fame for
his performance in the Gator Bowl game. The
left-handed signal caller completed 56 of 100 passes
for the best season completion average in UF
history.
Game On Channel 4
Local fans can view tomorrows game on
television on WJXT, Channel 4 or listen to it on
the radio over WRUF. ,
A COUPLE OF ALL-AMERICA potential players
should add color to the game. Along with Lothridge
and Martin are the Gators Frank Lasky and Larry
Dupree. A foot injury, however, will limit Laskys
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The Florida Alligator Friday, Sept. 13, 1963

SG Leaders 'Hopeful'
On Date Ticket Hassle

The Homecoming date ticket situation was termed hopeful by
Student Government leaders yesterday afternoon after they emerged
from an hour-long meeting with administration officials.
Another meetingthis one with the Athletic Department Board of
Directors is scheduled Monday afternoon when a formal statement
of student complaints will be read and discussed.
The hassle all started when the board voted to hike the price of
date tickets for the Homecoming football game this year from

WRUF To Air
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Again this year University of
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to hear the Gators 10 scheduled
football games at every corner
of the State.
It was announced today by Pierre
Be jano, Assistant Director of
WRUF, Gainesville, that 55
stations in the state will comprise
the university of Florida radio
network this season.
Otis Boggs, Voice of the
Fighting Gators, will begin his
20th season at the Florida
microphone. A popular voice with
Florida listeners, he was named
the States Outstanding Sports
caster in 1960, 1961 and 1962.
Assisting Boggs again this year
will be Ted Covington, former
radio station owner and now a
Lakeland insurance man.
The program will consist of the
play-by-play description of the
game, up to date half-time
statistics, special guests and the
half-time musical program of the
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the customary price of $2.50 to
$5, the regular non-student price.
Disapproval of the decision
swept the campus and Student
Government leaders Paul
Hendrick, student body president;
Steve Gardner, Blue Key president;
and Charley Wells, Homecoming
chairman, asked administration
officials to meet with them on the
matter.
The one-hour meeting was yes yesterday
terday yesterday and the student trio
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sults. results.
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Wells said, The most bene beneficial
ficial beneficial thing that came out of
the meeting was the fact they
recognized we are seriously con concerned
cerned concerned about the thing.
The gathering Monday is the

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Gators On Mission
To WRECK TECH

Sports Editor
TimeTomorrow afternoon, 1 oclock.
PlaceGrant Field, Atlanta, Georgia.
MissionWECK TECH!
We put it rather dramatically, but then we think it is* First game
of the seasoneverybody from Dunkel on down calling it a toss-up toss-upboth
both toss-upboth teams are football powers in the South.
The game is on national television, meaning around 40 million
fans will be looking on. Also, its the first game of the season.
AND ITS GEORGIA Tech against Florida, which should serve
to make the game dramatic enough without any of the added extras.
Head Coach Ray Graves had cried the Jackets should be favorites
in the game because its THEIR home field and Grant Field has a
record of being hard on visiters, (i.e., Tech has lost only three
opening games on Grant Field soil since 1903.). Coach Bobby Dodd
of Tech has been moaning about injuries since practice began. Florida
should be favored, he says.
We had the displeasure two years ago of making the 350-mile
trek to the Peach Capital only to see the Gators fall 20-0 to Tech.
Believe me, that was a long, long trip. Therefore, because we DO
remember Grant Field, we feci the Engineers should be called the
favorites.
BUT, being a sentimental Gator fan and since we honestly feel
Florida could be tough this year, we will take the traditional school
sports editors position and pick the locals by a touchdown. We think
the Gator passing attack, which in the past has been too unreliable
to consider a potent weapon in the Gator arsenal, will mean the
difference.
LOOK FOR FLORIDA'S Tom Shannon to match Techs great Billy
Lotheridge in the air lanes while .the Gators more potent ground
attack wears the Yellow Jackets down little by little.
This is our prediction as well as our hope FLORIDA 14, GEORGIA
TECH 7.
But, please, if this guesstimate misses the target, dont say anything
to us about it. We may start crying.
Progress Report
The date ticket problem will be solvedwe think, it appears headed
in the right direction from all we have been told and It appears
you can look for the price to sink back down to the usual $2.50.
We are glad.
For those of you who always say Student Government does nothing
for you, you may have to eat your words.
If the price is dropped back down, the studentyou and Iowe
it completely to Student Government. They are the ones who carried
the ball in this game.

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