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Amass 546 Yards Total Offense

CATS GAME BUT TAME, GATORS WIN 43-7

JnJL ; |jr
Brip jn^H
BREAKS GAME OPEN Junior Richard
Trapp breaks into the end zone after a
53-yard pass reception to make the score
26-7 and put the game out of reach for
the Wildcats.
Science Helps Gators
Crush Northwestern
By MIKE WILLARD
Alligator Sports Writer
The Florida Gators contributed to science Saturday--and in doing
so crushed the Wildcats of Northwestern.
Although it was 105 degrees in the sweatbox of Florida Field
at game time Northwestern coach Alex Agase wasnt in the mood
to offer excuses after the bout. Neither were the Gators.
The hot weather helped us some, but we were in terrific shape,
said Floridas Red Anderson in the Florida locker room.
made his scientific contribution at defensive guard.
It seems Northwestern halfback Woody Campbell, a native Flori Floridian
dian Floridian from Quiency, had his helmet wired to measure impact. Science
had plenty of opportunties on Florida Field Saturday.
My receivers really looked good, commented a tired but hap happy
py happy Florida quarterback Steve Spurrier.
In a couple of more games, they should look like last years
targets.
The senior All-American ran rampant Saturday, hitting ends
Paul Ewaldsen, Jack Coons and evasive wingback Richard Trapp.
Speedy safety Larry Rentz, who in his 152 pound frame resembl resembles
es resembles a football player only through action and deed said. We did
better than we expected. We didnt think we would win by this much.
Florida coach Ray Graves was happy but cautious over the teams
victory.
It was a good one to win. We were in good physical condition
and this bothered their offense and defense, said the head coach.
But, he continued, this may become the most inconsistent team
Ive had.
Graves explained that it was a young, inexperienced squad and
some games could go either way.
Wingback Richard Trapp was disappointed with his play. I could
have done better, he said.
Although Trapp may have been discouraged with the days work,
the fans were not. Trapp scored twice on passes from Spurrier.

By DICK DENNIS
Alligator Sports Editor
Were going all the way. Were
going to play in a big bowl game.
Such sentiments have been ec echoing
hoing echoing all over the campus after
the pass-happy Gators demolished
the Northwestern Wildcats, 43-7.
Saturdays convincing victory
should move the Gators up the
list of grid rankings. Look Mag Magazine
azine Magazine picked Florida 14th in the
nation, and three teams charted
above the Gators have already
lost (Syracuse, Texas Christian
and Colorado).
The 340 yards gained passing
by Gator quarterbacks Steve Spur Spurrier,
rier, Spurrier, Harmon Wages and Kay Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson is a Florida record.
Spurrier, who began his assault
on the Heisman Trophy in ear earnest,

Vol. 59, No. 12

Goodrich Heading
New Political Party

Formation of a new party for
the fall Legislative Council elec elections
tions elections has been announced.
United Party, under the chair chairmanship
manship chairmanship of Gary Goodrich, is run running
ning running 27 candidates for the 30 open
pdsts.
The party was formed and re registered
gistered registered Friday afternoon with the
candidates qualifying through Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning. Student Body Tres Tressurer
surer Tressurer John Darlson extended the
deadline from its original 5 p.nm
Friday.
Goodrich, the present Decision
Party leader in the Council, said
United Party was formed because
we believe the students have not
been given fair and equal repre representation
sentation representation in the Legislative
Council.
. United Partys aim is to take
petty politics off the third floor
of the Florida Union, Goodrich
said.
United is a party for the in independent
dependent independent student according to
Goodrich. It has the backing of
only three small fraternities
Pi Kappa Phi, Delta Chi and Phi
Epsilon Pi.
We believe all students, inde independent
pendent independent or Greek, want a b%ter
student government than they've
been getting, Goodrich said.
Thats what we plan to give
them.
Goodrich blames the forces now
in control of Student Government
for the defeat of the two Fair
Bloc Seating Bills.
We stand for a fair and reason reasonble
ble reasonble seating plan for all, not just
i
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UPI World News 4,5
Our Man Hoppe 6
Letters . 7
Sports 11, 12
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University of Florida

nest, earnest, completed 15 of 21 passes
for 222 yards. In Spurriers first
game last season, he amassed only
80 yards.
Wages completed five of six
aerials to lead both teams in
percentage of passes completed,
and led the team in rushing yard yardage
age yardage with 65 yards in four carries.
Senior Kay Stephenson evoked
memories of last seasons re reknowned
knowned reknowned two-minute Spurrier-to-
Casey offense. With a little over
two minutes remaining, Stephenson
began a drive on UFs 20-yard
line. Utilizing 12 plays, Stephenson
completed seven of nine passes,
including the clincher a tackle
eligible pass for a TD to John
Preston.
Preston, who was given the game
ball by his happy teammates, said,
This is the first touchdown Ive

a select few, he said.
Goodrich also announced the
appointment of Greg Johnson as
co-chairman of the party.
Johnson, a Decision Party Coun Council
cil Council member, will head the com committee
mittee committee which will seek funds for

OVER SPACE
Regents Clash

Related Story on Page 3
By TYLER TUCKER
Alligator Staff Writer
The formality of the Florida
Board of Regents meeting Fri Friday
day Friday in Tigert Hall was broken by
a mild disagreement. Just before
adjournment, two board members,
Wayne C. McCall and J. Broward
Culpepper, clashed on the necessi necessity
ty necessity of academic building space.
Board aide Bob Willis conducted
a discussion of necessary space
in Floridas colleges and univer universities.
sities. universities. Willis separated all phy physical
sical physical (plant
sical (plant) space into three cat categories:
egories: categories: student services, which
includes all officii space, and data
processing units, student housing
and academic space.
The utilization of academic
space should be brought to the
level of service space, Willis
said. He placed the cumulative
classroom space at GO per cent
of the entire university space, but
added student service space is
utilized at 100 per cent efficiency
whereas academic space is less
efficient.
The efficiency of library read reading
ing reading rooms was used as an ex example.
ample. example. Willis said apace should
accomodate 25 per cent of the stu student
dent student body ~

ever scored. I didnt even have
my chin strap to give away.
Floridas passing attack began to
steam roll after talented tailback
Larry Smith was helped off the
field midway through the second
quarter. Smith had suffered a hip
bruise before the game started,
and merely aggravated it after play
started. The Tampa ''prep star
still managed to gain 57 yards in
only six carries.
Swift split-end Richard Trapp,
a junior, equalled his 1965 point
production with two beautiful
catches for scores. Trapp opened
the seasons scoring, shooting into
the clear in time for a 19-yard
reception and six points. In the
third quarter, the Bradenton flash
put the game out of reach for the
Wildcats, manuevering 53 yards to
make the score 26-7.

Monday, September 19, 1966

Uniteds operation.
We dont have unlimited fin fininacial
inacial fininacial resources such as the other
parties do. We are asking the stu students
dents students for help, Johnson said.
Goodrich also said that the party
platform will circulate friday.

At this point board Vice-Chair Vice-Chairman
man Vice-Chairman McCall of Ocala objected
to Willis' treatment of the infor information.
mation. information. We cant be general with
these facts when we realize the
amount of money we are dealing
with, McCall said. I dont
think 25 per cent of the student
body ever uses the library read reading
ing reading rooms at any one time.
Chancellor J. Broward Culpep Culpepper
per Culpepper of Tallahassee disagreed with
McCalls statement. Ive seen
reading tooms in universities in
which students are sitting on the
floor, Culpepper remarked.
McCall and Culpepper drew at attention
tention attention to the point of primary
discussion among board mem members
bers members -- the organization of un university
iversity university physical space in relation
to the future utilization of all
space.
Culpepper placed the budgetary
figure for spending on building
within the universities at $153 mil million.
lion. million.
We will set the buildings in
priority order, Culpepper said.
How far in the listing do we want
to go? This we will have to de decide.
cide. decide.
Chancellor Culpepper summed
up the intentions of the board on
all future construction. We will
set a standard approach with stand standard
ard standard calculations so we can provide
the necessary space within the
limits of our budget.



!,, The Florida Alligator, Monday September 19, 1966

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Kirk Making
Major Talk
Here Friday
Claude Kirk, Republican guber gubernatorial
natorial gubernatorial candidate, will deliver a
major campaign address ontheUF
campus this Friday, according to
Bill McCollum, public relations
coordinator of UF Students for
Kirk.
Kirk will be presented to UF
Students and faculty at a rally to
be held in University Auditorium
at 4 p.m..
We have planned this rally as
the highpoint of Students for
Kirk current campaign to
acquaint each UF student with Kirk
and the issues of this race,
McCollum said.
This will be Kirks second visit
to campus in connection with the
current gubernatorial race.
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TODAYS GATOR
GIRL
.19 Bonnie Arnold,
2UC, a biology major
from Ft. Lauderdale.
Bonnie,, is a member
of Kappa Delta soror sorority
ity sorority and Army Sweet Sweethearts.
hearts. Sweethearts.

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During the first week of each
trimester, students may select one
or two pictures and check them out
for SI.OO to $1.75 per picture,
according to Miss Annette Liles,
asst, librarian and chairman of
reference and bibliography. These
may be kept for the entire tri trimester
mester trimester and may be renewed for
one more trimester.
Faculty and staff may also make
selections from the collection.
Pictures can be rented at any time,
but the choice is considerably
limited after the first few weeks
of the trimester.
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Twenty-two UF students will re receive
ceive receive J. Hillis Miller Memorial
Scholarship awards Wednesday as
part of the annual convocation in
Florida Gym.
During the convocation, all
sholarship societies, leading scho scholastic
lastic scholastic fraternities, sororities and
residence halls will be recognized.
Principal speaker will be U. S.
Supreme Court Justice William J.
Brennan JR. His address will be
on the topic, Scholarship in a
Changing Society.
Justice Brennan also will ad address
dress address the Law Review banquet at
Florida Players
Holding Tryouts
Florida Players Lab Theater
will hold tryouts at 3:40 p.m.
today in room 331 Tigert Hall
for Os Mice and Men, The
Clouds and The Visit. All
those interested in any aspect of
productions are invited to attend.

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Library Has Problem:
Not Enough Reading Space

Stanley L. West is probing
inner space.
West, current director of UFs
library system and associated with
its operation for the past 20 years
simply cannot find the necessary
space to provide adequate reading
rooms for UF students.
They (reading rooms) are tre tremendously
mendously tremendously over-crowded. West
Union Offering
Dance Lessons
The Florida Union is offering
a series of dance lessons on Mon Monday
day Monday evenings. The first lesson
will be tonight, with beginners
class at 7:15 p.m. and the ad advanced
vanced advanced class at 8:30 p.m., both
held in the Social Room. Students,
staff and the Gainesville commun community
ity community are welcome. Included in the
series will be the fox trot, rhum rhumba,
ba, rhumba, cha cha, swing and tango.
The cost is $lO single or $17.50
per couple. Willard Aldridge is
in charge of instruction.

Monday, September 19, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

said, especially at night. In
fact, every library on campus is
crowded.
West planned library space for
a number of students which was
far exceeded in fall registration.
We have projected for our own
uses and operation. But we ex expected
pected expected an enrollment of 17,500
students instead of the excessive
figure actually enrolled, West
said. The total fall registration
was 18,507.
With the new graduate library
included, we have about 2,742
seats he added. This is just
below 15 per cent of the student
body.
At the Board of Regents meeting
Friday, Board aide Bob Willis
estimated necessary reading room
space at 25 per cent of the student
body.
We would like to have seats
and space for 30 per cent of the
student body, West said. The
law library accomodates 80 per
cent of the law students and the
graduate library will accomodate
about 50 per cent of the graduate

students.
West mentioned the possibility of
additions to the library system.
We are asking for additions to
Hume library, the Medical school
library and the new Architecture
and Fine Arts library.
Many library books are shelv shelved
ed shelved in the stacks, located behind
the circulation desk in the main
library. West gave many reasons
for the procedure of stacking
but said the main reason was a
lack of space.
At present we dont have shelf
space for the stack books, West
concluded. We cant let everyone
in the stacks because of cramped
space. The new graduate library
will give us some space to shelve
the books. But, more room will
open the stacks.
DG HOLDING
OPEN HOUSE
Delta Gamma (DG) Sorority in invites
vites invites all fraternities to an open
house today from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
The open house will introduce
new DG pledges.
Spa Cost Spree
NEW YORK Fem Feminine
inine Feminine spending to keep the fig figure
ure figure slim is rising in the finan financial
cial financial figure department.
McGraw Hills information
service for women re.ports that
more and more women are
flockinc to the exclusive spas
for rest and beauty carethat
each year 3.500 American wom women
en women spend anywhere from SSOO
to SI,OOO a week each at one
of the country's four splendif splendiferous
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, Teen Disappearances
NEW YORK UPI* Dis Disappearances
appearances Disappearances among teen-age
girls .lumped drastically during
:he Elvis Presley era. declined
!:om 1960 to 1963. and have
been on a sharp rise again
since the advent of the Beatles.
says the Tracers Company of
America.
and Confusion?
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Gl on the Campus
To Help Make A
Veteran s
Assistance
Office a Reality
This Office Could Provide
Fastj Effective Help With Any
Veterans Affairs Problems.
A Direct Line To The FLA.
DEPT, of VETERANS AF AFFAIRS
FAIRS AFFAIRS in ST PETERSBURG.
Thursday, Sept. 22nd.
BPM Walker Auditorium
U of F
Veterans Club

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i, The Florida Alligator, Monday, September 19, 1966

| / 7 £^> n FROM THE
% WIRES OF
UPI /
International
ATTENDS SERVICE . Rhodesian Premier
lan Smith, a World War II fighter pilot with
the Royal Air Force, attended a Battle of
Britain memorial service at Salisbury An Anglican
glican Anglican Cathedral Sunday.
KOREANS EXCAPE . Four mutineers on a North Korean fishing
vessel said Saturday they killed seven men in a bid to escape from
Communism.
The defectors said they dumped the bodies of the dead men, in including
cluding including the captain, into the ocean.
There was doubt their escape bid would pay off. Japanese auth authorities
orities authorities said there was little chance of them being granted asylum
there.
They may be shipped back to North Korea, where they would face
charges of mutiny and murder.
WAR GAMES . Warsaw Pact nations begin combined military
maneuvers Monday, the biggest Red bloc war games since World
War H.
Responsible political quarters assess the maneuvers as designed
to underline to the West Communist bloc military power and to
demonstrate to Red China the strength and unity of European Com Communism.
munism. Communism.
Russia, East Germany, Czechoslovakia and Hungary are par participating
ticipating participating in the exercise which the communists say are to test the
Warsaw Pact defenses.
CANCELS TRiP . Evangelist Billy Gra Graham
ham Graham has been forced to cancel a trip to
Scotland because of doubts about his phy physical
sical physical condition, one of his associates said
Saturday.
SOVIET PROTESTS ... A Soviet paper protested Sunday a series
of planned American underwater explosions off the Soviet-held Kurile
Islands will damage delicate Soviet instruments and may harm fishing
there. *
The explosions are scheduled to begin shortly to help perfect
methods of studying earthquakes. The shocks will be measured by
seismographs stretched along nearly 500 miles of Pacific Ocean
floor.
Complex equipment of the Soviet bottom and anchored seismic
stations gives advance notice of approaching Tsunami and storms
and helps to see to the safety of people, the article said.
National
TEACHERS TO STRIKE ... An AFL-CIO
unit plans to stage Californias first teach teachers
ers teachers strike today.
The union seeks greater representation on
a council created under a recent state law
to conduct teachers negotiations with local
school boards.
CONE SINKS . The nose section of the Gemini lLspacecraft
was floated down by its own parachute after Thursdays re-entry
but two navy frogmen were unable to retrieve it.
Called the R and R for rendezvous and recovery, the section
was jettisoned by Conrad and Gordon. It contained the radar equip equipment
ment equipment the astronauts used in the rendezvous phases of their flight.
JUDGE DIES . U.S. District Judge C.C.
Wyche, the nations senior federal judge, died
Saturday following a lengthy illness. He was
81.
WHITES ARRESTED . Federal agents arrested twelve white
men Saturday and sought another on charges of conspiring to at attack
tack attack and beat with clubs, chains, sticks and other weapons Negro
students who tried to attend newly-integrated schools here.
Earlier this week about sixty Negro students were attacked and
beaten by whites. Negro leaders said 33 children were hurt, in including
cluding including one 12-year-old boy whose leg was broken.
DAUGHTER KILLED ... A honey blonde twin daughter of Repub Republican
lican Republican senatorial candidate Charles Percy was fatally stabbed and
beaten in the familys lavish suburban home early Sunday while
members of her family slept nearby.
The body of Valerie Percy, 21, stabbed 14 times and slashed
10 times, was found by her stepmother in a second floor bedroom
of the gray stone English manor house along the Lake Michigan
shore in north suburban Kenilworth.

RED GUARDS
SEIZE TOWN
HONG KONG (UPI) Militant
Red Guards Sunday were reported
to have taken over the town of
Shum Chun across the border from
Hong Kong and prepared to put
on trial corrupt officials. Chi Chinese
nese Chinese army units also were said
to have moved into the area.
Travelers arriving here from
China said truck and car loads
of the teen-age zealots could be
seen moving toward Shum Chun
from Canton during the past two
days. They also said visitors re returning
turning returning to Hong Kong were not
allowed to enter the border town
as they had done in the past.
Some Chinese language news newspapers
papers newspapers here said the move into
Shum Chun by the Red Guards
and the army may be in part a
precautionary measure against
mass escapes from southern
China. There have been reports
of a big jump in the suicide rate
in Canton since the beginning of
Mao Tse-Tungs cultural revol revolution.
ution. revolution.
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NEW AFRICAN
NATION BORN
GABERONES, Bechaunaland
(UPI) Long a pawn of British
colonial policy and a geographic
and financial hostage to white Af Africa,
rica, Africa, this impoverished and arid
land becomes a self-ruling nation
on Sept. 30.
Rarely can any country have
started life under such bleak con conditions
ditions conditions as Botswana, which will be
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Now a year later Aidit is dead,
and Subandrio is in jail.
Sukarno remains president, but
he has no power and everything
points to Indonesias new strong strongman,
man, strongman, Gen. Suharto, being out to
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takeover. Whether that happens or
not depends on three thines:
Suhartos skill in toning down
or removing Sukarno without
serious trouble in areas that sup support
port support him.
The degree of covert sup support
port support him.
The degree of covert support
the Communist apparatus can still
command among the three million
Indonesians who once belonged to
it.
Whether Indonesia as a nation
has a stomach for civil war.

BATTLE ROYAL

Abortion Law Disputed

SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Cali California
fornia California law prohibits abortions ex except
cept except those to save the life of the
mother--and theres a battle royal
going on in the states medical
profession to have the law chang changed.
ed. changed.
As a result of open defiance
of the present law charges are
pending against nine respected San
Francisco physicians. Nearly 30
other doctors have been investi investigated
gated investigated by the state board of med medical
ical medical examiners and may also face
charges.
Although the law forbids
abortions even in cases of rape,
general danger to the mother's
health or grave risk of a de deformed
formed deformed birth, the president of the
San Francisco Medical Society, Dr.
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performing therapeutic abortions
and making no bones about it. I
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Another prominent physician
Word to the Wise
NEW YORK More
than half of the nation's 20
million shareholders are wom women.
en. women.
But sound principles of in investing
vesting investing have no gender, warns
the New York Stock Exchange,
as it lists these guidelines to
investment: have a reserve for
emergencies (life insurance,
savings account*; decide on ob objective
jective objective and follow a plan for
reaching it: investigate before
investing; avoid tips; seek
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Monday, September 19, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

said Illegal abortions are being
performed "by a vast majority of
the states hospitals.
The state legislature has, how however,
ever, however, so far refused to change
tile law, and last May the board
of medical examiners brought the
fight to a head by filing charges
of unprofessional conduct against
two doctors. Those charged were
Dr. John P. Shively, St. Lukes

Joyces 'Ulysses
To Become Movie

By DONAL OHIGGINS
United Press International
DUBLIN (UPI) James Joyces
great unread masterpiece "Uly "Ulysses
sses "Ulysses is about to become a great
unseen movie any day now un unseen
seen unseen in Ireland, anyhow.
Theyre hard at it filming the
Irish writers controversial work
but the whispers say it will never
be shown here.
The book itself, 45 years after
its publications, still lies under underthe-counter
the-counter underthe-counter in most Dublin book bookstores.
stores. bookstores. And the film, which its
sponsors claim is "unbleached
Joyce," is highly unlikely to pass
the not-too-tolerant eyes of the
Irish censor.
Actually, the average Irishman,
having survived four decades with without
out without reading the book, isnt apt
to miss not seeing the film ver version.
sion. version. Not surprisingly, Producer-

Hospital, and Dr. Semour Smith,
of St. Francis Memorial Hospital.
Conviction could lead to revocation
of their flcienses.
The San Francisco Medical So Society
ciety Society promptly came to their aid
with supporting resolutions and
defense funds. The state board then
filed charges against seven more
doctors. Whose hearings will
follow the first two.

Director Joseph Strick doesnt see
it that way.
" Ulysses is popularly mis misrepresented
represented misrepresented as incomprehensible,
dirty, totally without shape or
plot, Strick says. "The film is
for adults who may never have
read the book."
Will the movie be faithful to
the original?
"Our chief target, says Strick,
"has to make sure that the images
we present are fit to share the
same room as the words. We
would have no business doing any anything
thing anything else. That would be vandal vandalism.
ism. vandalism. We owe it to Joyce to do
our best.
Joyce, who was born in Dublin
in 1882, spent as much of his
life outside Ireland as he could
manage, only returning when it
was unavoidable.

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, The Florida Alligator, Monday, September 19, 1966

The Florida Alligator
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EDDIE SEARS 808 MENAKER STEVE HULL
Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor
y
ANDY MOOR DICK DENNIS
Editorial Editor Sports Editor
Opinions of columnists do not necessarily reflect the
editorial viewpoint of the Alligator. The only official
voice of the Alligator staff is the editorial in the left
column.

Same 01 Game
Strike Three, youre out!
Whatta you mean, strike three?
The ump turned to the batter, You
heard me, youre out.
But ump, the seven-foot batter said,
that ball wasnt even near the plate.
Yea, I know, said the small but
mean looking umpire, and the other
two were further from the plate, I guess.
The batter conceded, knowing further
arguing with the umpire would mean get getting
ting getting thrown out of the game.
But some players dont know when to
stop. They keep arguing on until they
get the heave-ho.
In another game this Tuesday, all the
players will come to bat with two strikes
against them.
The name of the game: Legislative
Council.
The strikes: two dead bloc seating bills.
Tuesday a substitute bill will be intro introduced
duced introduced to substitute for the bill that was
substituted for the real bloc seating
bill.
Council majority and minority leaders
--again changing their minds -- have
decided to place another bloc seating bill
on the Council floor.
Last week, they were so pleased with
the operation of a presidential commit committee
tee committee working in secret -- with them as
members, of course -- that they decided
to scuttle the bill and charter the com committee.
mittee. committee.
But thats changed.
The contents of the new bill have havent
nt havent been revealed. But seeing the changes
in the second bill -- which the Council
leaders refuse to place on the agenda --
this new bill must have changed dras drastically
tically drastically to gain such rapid and widespread
popularity.
Tuesday, everyone will know.
We think a fair bloc seating bill
should include -- as minimum require requirements:
ments: requirements:
Provisions to ensure all bloc seating
arrangements are made in public.
Provisions to ensure, unless drawings
are held each game, that the blocs are
justly rotated.
Provisions to ensure NO GROUP --
with the exception of game participants
such as card section and cheerleaders
-- receives privileged seating at most
or all games. i
Provisions to ensure all meetings of
any bloc seating committee are open to
the public.
This bill is the third pitch. We hope
it isnt further from the plate than the
other two.

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Join the Army and learn a
trade, I say. Todays Army offers
training in a wide range of spec specialties
ialties specialties to prepare young men for
useful careers in civilian life.
For example, you can join the
Army and learn how to build an
authentic Vietnamese village.
Where our young men are learn learning
ing learning to build an authentic Vietnam Vietnamese
ese Vietnamese village is way out in the dus dusty
ty dusty boondocks? of this sprawling
training command.
You drive for miles on a dirt
road, round a bend, and there
they are rice paddies! Just
like in Vietnam.
Os course, we dont have any
water in them yet, said an of officer
ficer officer apologetically. In fact,
were having a little problem be because
cause because we dont have any water
piped out here. But we may bring
it in by tanker truck. And any anyway,
way, anyway, he said, theyll be nice
and mucky for the troops from
November through March.
I inquired what the Army would
do with the rice it harvested.
He laughed. Oh, were not going
that far, he said. And knowing
the Army you can see the wis wisdom
dom wisdom of this. For, sure enough,
the Provost Marshal would come
along and put up signs saying
KEEP OFF THE RICE!
* *
Anyway, from the riceless pad paddies,
dies, paddies, the road leads up a knoll
to where the authentic Vietnamese
village sits under a cluster of
oak trees, guarded by a stockade
of oak limbs wired together and
a large sign saying: KEEPOUT
-a defense the Vietcong has not
yet thought of.
But a nice young sergeant said
we could come in and look around.
Inside the stockade were a dozen
authentic straw-thatched huts, the
straw having been scrouged from
neighboring ranchers. A score of
soldiers were hammering, sawing,
digging and, inevitably, looking on!
Stepping into one of the auth authentic
entic authentic huts, I found it had a ply plywood
wood plywood roof and walls to which the
straw had been tacked. Plywood?
Well, said the sergeant with
a grin, it s authentic plywood.
And look here, he said, pulling
up a section of the plywood floor.
This trap door leads down into
a tunnel. We dug 3600 feet of
tunnels running every which way

Altitude Record

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By ART HOPPE

under the whole village.
I said that much labor certainly
showed dedication. Yeah, said
the sergeant, we got a trench
digger in, roofed the ditches with
two-by-twelves and covered them
over with dirt.
The officer explained that the
whole village would be booby-trap booby-trapped
ped booby-trapped and defended by troops in
black-dyed fatigues and coolie
hats. Soldiers in advanced train training
ing training would then be given the job
of flushing them out of the maze
of tunnels and sniper platforms
built in the trees.
I said gosh, I could make a
fortune selling plans to the tun tunnels
nels tunnels to the attacking troops. No,
said the sergeant with a grin,
everybody knows where we dug
them.
..
* *
Well, Im sure that, as the of officer
ficer officer said, the Vietnamese village
will prove an invaluable training
aid to our troops. And its al already
ready already proved an invaluable train training
ing training aid to the men constructing
it.
I say this after looking down
a well in the middle of the vil village
lage village to find a private at the
bottom, slowly slapping wet con concrete
crete concrete around the edges of a trap
door. I inquired politely if he
felt he was preparing himself for
a useful career in civilian life.
Yeah, he said with that age ageold
old ageold expression of any soldier stuck
with an unhappy task, I can al always
ways always be a Vietcong.

Florida Alligator Staff
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Campus
Mirror
By 808 MENAKER
Alligator Managing Editor
It started out as a typ ical dst
for Florida football.
The sun beat down on Florida
Field Saturday as 40,000 Z
sweltered through four qm 2
of razzle-dazzle by Mr. Spurrier
and friends. er
A tradition is something to be
cherished.
Some say day football at UF is
tradition. I would debate that by
saying it certainly isnt cherished
by too many people other than
the Athletic Association, which
seems to profit from it.
I know the
arguments a anight
night anight football at
Florida. If
traffic problem
mountable, that
of accidents on Bp 1
the highways
would result MEN AKER
from the confusion.
Others say the turnout would
not be as great if the game were
played at night. These lame ex excuses
cuses excuses keep the Florida football
fram really enjoying the game in
comfort.
I am sure the University of Ml Mlami
ami Mlami has a huge traffic problem Fri Friday
day Friday nights in the Orange Bowl,
which usually has more people than
Florida Field can hold at capaci capacity.
ty. capacity. But Miami plays Its games
at night.
FSU also has to depend on alumni
for the great number of its fans,
excluding students, and they come
from as far away to see the Sem Seminoles
inoles Seminoles play as most do to see the
Gators. But FSU plays three or
four night football games a year.
Im not saying the Gators should
play all their games at night and
I know it wasnt possible Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. However, night football at
the beginning of the season would
give fans a chance to really en enjoy
joy enjoy the game instead of swelter sweltering
ing sweltering in their seats and using 25
cent game cokes as set ups to
beat the heat.
Florida should play night foot football
ball football to beat the heat and give
students a chance to enjoy the
heat instead of bathing in per perspiration
spiration perspiration throughout four quarters
of football.
The Florida Alligator accepts
letters to the editor. All letters
must be signed, double-spaced and
typewritten. They may not excee
350 words. The editors reserve
the right to condense any l et
ter, so long as intent is not
changed.



Behind
The Fair
Bloc Bill
EDITOR:
A few misconceptions about
the controversial Fair Bloc Seat Seating
ing Seating Bill need to be clarified.
To give credit where it belongs,
the original bill was formulated
in the late spring by Greg John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Freshman Class Council Rep.
and Gary Goodrich, Rep. from Gra Graham
ham Graham Area and floor Minority Lead Leader.
er. Leader.
The provisions of this bill are
the same as those proposed by the
committee Buddy Jacobs set up
with the following exceptions.
1. There is no provision for
special Blue Key seating. Instead,
there is a clause giving the student
body president discretionary
power to award priviliged seating
to special groups with the appro approval
val approval of two thirds of Leg. Coun Council.
cil. Council.
2. Any disputes or complaints
will be handled by the Honor Court
instead of a special bloc seating
committee.
Before the end of the spring
term, the bill passed through Rules
and Calendar committee and was
referred to judiciary. With
judiciarys approval and the even eventual
tual eventual approval of Clyde Taylor and
the IFC, the bill was put in the
hands of Tom Carnes, temporary
Minority Leader for the summer
term.
At this point political profit and
selfish gains deprived the student
body of a truly fair program for
block seating. The absence of many
members needed to form a quorum
at three succesive meetings was
no coincidental happening, but a
response to pressure applied by
Blue Key politicos who fear their
sphere of influence will be greatly
limited when they can no longer of offer
fer offer good football seats as politi political
cal political prizes.
Jacobs fair bloc seating com committee
mittee committee was a compromise attempt
to give the students some kind of
fair seating agreement. Without
the provision for special Blue Key
seating this plan too probably would
have failed.
The major fault of this plan
is that it relys on tradition for
its preservation and not on law.
Is it very wise to depend on the
generosity of student politicians to
maintain this fair seating a agreement?
greement? agreement? There are members
of Leg Council whose faith in our
leaders is not this great and who
fully intend to see some program
of bloc seating become law.
JEANNE LONG
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EDITOR:
I picked up my paper Thursday morning, and was surpris surprised
ed surprised to find, among your usually interesting and well-written
features, Carol Sangers incoherent commentary on picketing.
Such a narrow and uninformed view point is rather staitl staitling
ing staitling for someone who will be a regular columnist in the Al Alligator
ligator Alligator henceforth.
There have always been, and will always be, chronic mal malcontents
contents malcontents who cherish protest for its own sake. Lately, theve
been expressing their contempt for society through the current
idiom of the picket line.
Miss Sanger implies that ALL demonstrators are like this,
mindless destroyers of property and haters of law and order.
Anarchists. This is an implication that isnt true now and never
was.
I picketed once. Let me describe a more typical example
of this threat to respectable society.
I was scared to death. It was a serious thing, not a lark. I
had just turned 19 at the time, but there were people walking
by my side who were old enough for medicare. We were neatly
dressed and groomed, but believe me, you dont wear your
best clothes to a demonstration. Your broadminded fellow citi citizens
zens citizens like to express their not-so-peaceful dissent by throwing
things at you. There were state troopers at that march, and
they wore helmets instead of the familiar stetsons. They were
there to protect, with night sticks and guns if necessary, the
right of a minority of American citizens to express their view.
We werent loud, Miss Sanger, and we wernt shallow. The
songs we sang kept our spirits up and our feet in step. And
we were peaceful. I hope we would have had the courage to sit
down in the street and not resist if we had been attacked in instead
stead instead of merely cursed. I hope we would have had the courage
to go to jail if we had been refused a permit to march that day.
The things that thousands marched for, year after year are
being accomplished now, and a great flaw in our democracy
is being repaired. Do you think results would have come so
soon if left up to the politicians?
Civil Rights is important. So is banning the bomb. So, certainly,
Our Wonderful Lenders
EDITOR:
How wonderful it is to have an unselfish and democratic student
government such as ours, one in which the president is concerned
with the welfare of the students. When the legislative council was
unable to act on the bloc seating problem he stepped in with his
executive powers to preserve the fairness of bloc seating and to
keep politics out of the administration thereof.
But, alas, all credit cannot be given our president. He was not
alone in his fight to bloc, seating on an equal rotation basis as it
has been in the past. We must also recognize the great services
of the Committee on Bloc Seating (Which seems to be a more or
less subcommittee of Florida Blue Key) which rendered intel intelligent
ligent intelligent and unbiased opinions and votes concerning bloc seating.
Three cheers for a truly fair and democratic administration,
and may we forever stand beside them in their undying fight to
keep politics out of bloc seating.
GEORGE DU FOUR, > vS

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She Hits Peaceful Pickets Column

Monday, September 19, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

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to take up the picket sign if necessary and prod his country when
she strays from the ideals for which she was created.
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(A-12-3t-c).
1964 VW NADA, retail, $1240.
31,000 miles, like new condition,
SIOSO. Phone 462-1656, 6-11:30
p.m. (A-10-st-c).
FOR SALE: HONDA Sport 50,
$225. or best offer; Steam iron,
$4; Book shelves, $5; Window fan,
$7; Shortwave and broadcast radio,
$5; Jungle hammock, $7. Call John
ware, 372-2476
AUSTIN HEALY Sprite 1960, new
tires and top, R&H, must sell.
Call 378-1231 after 5 p.m. (A (A---10-st-p).
--10-st-p). (A---10-st-p).
1956 CADILLAC Deville good
gas mileage, new carburator,
tires, batteries, tag, $250 or best
offer. 372-5278. (A-10-3t-c).
FOR SALE: 1965 Yamaha motor motorcycle,
cycle, motorcycle, new driven less than
1,000 miles, call 376-1112 after
5 p.m. (A-10-3t-c).
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OWN YOUR OWN HOME. Two
bedroom trailer and screened ca cabana,
bana, cabana, ideal location, well shaded,
large fan. Auto gas heat, double
or twin beds, SI2OO, easy terms
1/3 down. H. B. Williams, 376-
3322 or 372-5621. (A-10-st-p).
1965 BLACK HONDA Super Hawk
305 cc. See at Charlie Murrays
Marine Sales and Service, 516
W. University Ave. (A-11-st-c).
FOR SALE: 15 1/2 foot Knocks
about sail boat, dacron sail, stain stainless
less stainless steel rigging with trailer.
1 year old, $875,* also Bag Boy
golf cart, new $36.95 for sls.
Call 372-7057. (A-11-st-c).
ALTO SAXOPHONE, Couesnon,
best offer, call 378-6762. (A-li (A-list-c).
st-c). (A-list-c).
FOR SALE: HONDA 90, good con condition,
dition, condition, less than 5,000 miles, S2OO
or best offer. From 8-4 p.m.
call 376-1681, ext. 269. After 6
p.m. and on weekends call 468-
1050. (A-11-3t-c).
K & E SLIDE RULE (decilog)
like new, list price $25.95 plus
tax. Will sell for S2O. Call 378-
6696. (A-l l-2t-p).
3 BEDROOM Trailer, completely
furnished, air conditioned, wall to
wall carpet, appliances, TV, and
stereo, included. Pinehurst Trail Trailer
er Trailer Park. Call 372-1356. (A-2-
ts-c).
TWO BEDROOM house, completely
furnished, A/C. Outside city lim limits,
its, limits, perfect for student family.
$6460 a month plus down-pay down-payment.
ment. down-payment. Call 372-5511. (A-3-ts-c).
FOR SALE: Saris from India,
handwoven silk with gold and sil silver
ver silver thread. From S3O. 1724 N.E.
Bth St. (A- 9-st-c).
FOR SALE: 1965 VESPA, excel excellant
lant excellant condition, only $200.00; up upright
right upright piano, best offer; small re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, 11/2 cubic feet, only
weighs 30 pounds. Ideal for room
renter or can be used in car on
trip. 378-4248. (A-9-3t-c).
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for sale
'1962 WHITE OLDS F-85, Auto Automatic,
matic, Automatic, radio, heater, white walls,
skirts, utility seat covers. $795.
or best offer 378-4950. (A-9-3t-c).
FOR SALE: TV antenna, two di directional,
rectional, directional, telescoping mast, $25.
Call 378-3049. (A-10-3trc)..
TAPE RECORDER, Westinghouse,
Battery Operated, $25.00. 36
Electric range, $50.00. Phone 376-
4643 after 4 p.m. (A-8-st-c).
TWO BEDROOM house, completely
furnished, A/C. Outside city lim limits,
its, limits, perfect for student family.
$64.60 a month plus down-pay down-payment.
ment. down-payment. Call 372-5511. (A-3-ts-c).
1965 VESPA G.S. The deluxe
Grand Sport model, 160 cc, ideal
for trips, broken in properly,
maintained regularly, spare wheel
and tools, forced to sell will
talk price. Call 378-3317. (A (A---10-3t-p).
--10-3t-p). (A---10-3t-p).
1959 TR3A, $695. Top mechanical
condition. Red, wire wheels, R&H,
call: 372-1570. (A-6-ts-c).
personal
VISIT GATOR GROOMER where
romance blooms. Next door to Uni University
versity University P. O. Self-service and pro professional
fessional professional laundry and dry clean cleaning.
ing. cleaning. (J-3-ts-c). y
Naz, can I make it out there with
ya? Jude. (J-12-lt-c).
TINA will not be available at
Mi Ladys due to surgery. Will
notify everyone of her return.
(J-12-3t-c).
lost-found
r-
LOST: Brown frame glasses with
black case, 376-3261 ext. 2446.
(L-12-lt-c).

FLORIDA STATE THEATRES
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help wanted
J
NEED MONEY: Student or stu student
dent student wife, 3-5 p.m. weekdays,
Saturday and Sunday morning
hours, call Gainesville Sun, 378-
1416. (E-10-7t-c).
WANTED BY RECORD CLUB OF
AMERICA: CAMPUS REPRESEN REPRESENTATIVE
TATIVE REPRESENTATIVE TO EARN OVER SIOO
IN SHORT TIME. (E-12-lt-c).
HELP WANTED: Cashier for Plaza
Theatre, 12-6 p.m. afternoons,
apply in person to manager. (E (E---12-st-c).
--12-st-c). (E---12-st-c).
TWO ROOMS furnished, ground
floor, location near Gator Groom Groomer,
er, Groomer, refrigerator, no kitchens, $125
per person double; $205 single
for trimester. 376-6494. (E-10-
st-c).
FLORIDA BOOKSTORE, West Uni University
versity University Avenue, is in need of part
time student experienced in oper operating
ating operating mimeograph and possibly off offset
set offset duplicator. Phone 376-6066 or
apply in person. (E-10-st-c).
FLORIDA BOOKSTORE, West Uni University
versity University Avenue, is in need of full
time cashier preferable with
supermarket experience. Phone
376-6066 or apply in person. (E (E---
--- (E---
FEMALE HELP WANTED: Student
with art or music training to work
part-time in Nursery school. Call
Dorothy Browning, 372-2981 for
interview. (E-9-st-c).
WANTED MAN for part time gen general
eral general work in furniture store. Good
opportunity for permanent employ employment.
ment. employment. For as many hours each
week as you can spare. Call Low Lowry
ry Lowry Furniture Co. 372-4247. (E (E---
--- (E---
wanted
GIRL TO SHARE one BR Apt.
beside pool of Univ. Garden, $l3O/
by two plus 1/2 food, 1/2 elec electricity.
tricity. electricity. 706 SW 16th Ave. Apt.
111. No phone yet. (C-5-ts-c).
LPN needed to care for elderly
lady in the home. 11 p.m. -7
a.m. shift. Near campus. Call
376-1330 after 5:30 p.m. (C (C---5-ts-c).
--5-ts-c). (C---5-ts-c).

services
FLY FOR WEEKEND Miami
and Palm Beach based pilots. Will
fly you home for practically same
as bus and train. Call Vic, 378-
6669. (M- 10-3 t-c).
NURSERY. Complete central heat heating
ing heating and air conditioning. Separate
infant dept. 3 age groups. Pre Preschool
school Preschool training. Phone 376-0917
daytime, 372-4021 nighttime. (M (M---2-20t-c).
--2-20t-c). (M---2-20t-c).
TAILORING 35 years experi experience
ence experience in alterations of all kinds
of mens and womens clothing.
Prices reasonable, contact Mrs.
Dora Manookian. Phone 376-1794.
(M-8-st-c).
RUBYS Alterations, 1238 SW 3rd
Ave. Call 376-8506. (M-12-lt-c).
PORTRAIT COMMERCIAL
photography. Small Prints, special
price to students. Sneeringer
Photography, next to SpudnutShop,
378-1170. (M-12-3t-c).
CLASSICAL and Flamenco Guitar
Lessons, Afternoon and Evenings,
Call 378-6024. (M-9-10t-p).
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CREATE a dress from your own
original design or copy any pic picture!
ture! picture! Learn theory of design and
fundamentals of patternmaking.
Classes now forming. Call 376-
0435 or 372-0686. (M-11-3t-p).
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GET ACQUAINTED Special Miss
Paula, hair stylist from Miami,
Fla. Will give free hair cuts
with regular price shampoos and
sets. $35 factory price perman permanent
ent permanent and wave for sls. Call 372-
5549. Rames Hair Stylist at
319 W. University Ave. (M-li (M-list-c).
st-c). (M-list-c).
IN A HURRY? Passport and appli application
cation application photos. Childrens photos,
commercials, and special pro problems.
blems. problems. Call Westley-Roosevelt
Studios, 372-0300. (M-2-ts-c).
FOUND CAR CERTIFICATE OF
TITLE upon payment of ad in
Alligator, owner will be given
title. (M-9-tf-nc).'
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I autos
H
962 VW, ww, seat belt, engine
ecently overhauled, 55,000 miles,
& 00. Call John Ross, 376-3211,
Ext. 5652. (G-11-3t-c).
1965 VW, excellent condition, red,
push-button radio, sun roof, 16,->
OOO miles, best offer. See at Lake
shore Towers, Apt. 1103. (G-ll (G-ll|3t-p).
|3t-p). (G-ll|3t-p).
11964 CHEVELLE Super Sport, V VB,
B, VB, four speed, call Cary, 372-
9136. (G-11-3t-c).
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...YOU'RE LIVING IN
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MAKE THAT CHANGE
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FOR INFORMATION
CALL 376-9668
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Call M .. Low Financing
MICKEY RICHARDSON lAij I# through
Student Sales Rep* F ord Motor Credit Co.
378-6144
NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA'S
> LARGEST IMPORT SALES CENTER
Parts avaiable for all imports and Foreign Cars -* 4 factory
trained mechanics -- large inventory of parts in stock.
* f ,
1964 TR4A Triumph Conv. 1965 Falcon 4-dr .Sedan white
X-clean, low milage 1695.00 less 13,000 miles 1495.00
I
1964 Fiat HOOD Sedan Red 1963 Falxon 4-dr. Sedan white
W/radio & heater 895.00 27,000 miles 895.00
1963 Fiat 1100 Sedan white, 1965 Motocycle, Bultacco Murcur Murcurclean,
clean, Murcurclean, good mechanical 595.00 rio 175 CC less ahansholesale
245.00
1962 Buick Special 4-dr! V-8
I Radio Heater Air. Cond. Po- 1963 Ford Cortina 4-Speed
wer steering 995.00 good transportation 595.00
1967 MODELS NOW ON DISPLAY.
[jIUMPH. FIAT VOLVO FORD CORTINA ANGLIA
Call
2201 North Main St. 372-4373
of 23rd Blvd. A Mr. Burke, Grant, or
vKimc Brad,ey
IMPORTS & USED CARS
"Specialist In Foreign Car Repairs

autos
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1963 AUSTIN HEALY Sprite, red
with black top, wsw, call 376-
5455. (G- l-st-c).
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FOR SALE: 1961 OLDS F-85 Auto Automatic,
matic, Automatic, A/C, V-8, R&H, Best Offer,
call 372-5141. (G-12-st-c).
1960 CORVAIR, R&H, WSW, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Best offer. Two
new 12 inch bass reflex hi-fi
speakers, sls. Call Evenings, 372-
3975 and Days 376-3261,ext. 2445,
ask for Joan. (G-12-st-c).
REAL BARGAIN Must sell
1965, perfect condition, call 378-
2186 after 5 p.m. (G-12-3t-c).
1965 RED TRIUMPH Spitfire
Priced well below average retail
value, excellent condition. Call
376-2598 between 9 and 5 and on
evenings 372-2660. (G-11-st-c).
RED 1964 Plymouth Fury 361
clean and in good condition, $359.
down and take over payments. A
good buy. Call Leo, 372-9167. (G (G---1
--1 (G---1 l-3t-p).
for rent
MALE roommate, furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 1 bedroom, University Gar Gardens,
dens, Gardens, Apt. 106, 714 S.W. 16th
Ave. (B-10-3t-c).
TWO BEDROOM furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two blocks from campus,
air conditioned, $lO4 a month.
Call 378-6260. (B- O-2t-c).

for rent
SINGLE ROOMS for male students.
Cheap. See any afternoon between
5:30 8 p.m. Jim Hodges, 1602
N.W. Ist Ave., 376-9345. (B-6-
lOt-c).
A/C Furnished Apt., 3blocksfrom
campus, $62.50. A/C private room
with refrigerator, S4O. Call 372-
8840 or 378-3166. (B-4-ts-c).
FEMALE roommate to share two
bedroom, air conditioned apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 blocks from campus, $35.
month plus 1/3 of utilities. Own
room call 378-5445 or see at
1123 N.W. Ist PI. Apt. 10. (B (B--9-ts-c).
-9-ts-c). (B--9-ts-c).
WANTED: Female to share house
720 N.W. 2nd Ave. Call 376-
3211, ext. 5161, 11 to 1 p.m.
weekdays. Ask for Yvonne or come
by. (B-10-3t-c).
ONE GIRL to share two bedroom
apartment with three girls, Uni University
versity University Gardens. Call after 2 p.m.
378-5730. (B-9- 3t-c).
$65 a month, modern, 1 bedroom
trailer, nicely furnished, modern
kitchen, large shady lot in Para Paradise
dise Paradise Trailer Court. Perfect for
1 or 2 people. Will also rent
for football weekends. Call 378-
5134. (B-U-st-c).
WILLIS TON MOTEL: Rooms by
week or month. Single or double.
Students rates. Television and
daily maid service. Rooms avail available
able available for all University events.
Sorry no phone calls. (B-3-10t-p).
situations
wanted
WHITE housewife would like 1/2
or full days work, will cook, iron,
sew and clean. Phone. 372-5269
after 4:30 p.m. (F-9-st-c).
HULLS I
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Brake Service
& Sepply
* Complete Brake I
Service on All 1
American And 1
Foreign Cars.
* 10,000-Mile or
1-Yr. Guaranty I
On Complete I
Brake Jobs.
* Wheel Balancing J
* Rebuilt Genera- 1
tors & Starters. 1
* Expertly Trained
Mechanics Here
To Serve You.
Member of
Independent Garage
Owners of America, Inc.
1314 S. Main St.
PH. 372-1497

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), The Florida Alligator, Monday, September 19, 1966

ADDRESS NOTICES TO ORANGE AND BLUE,
flB INFORMATIONAL SERVICES OFFICE, CAMPUS
Orange ani blue bulletin
Campus Calendar

Monday,
September 19

Administrative Notices To Students, Faculty Sc Staff

ENGLISH SCREENING EXAM: Upper Division stu students
dents students entering the College of Engineering will be
given the exam September 20, 7-9 p.m. in the En Engineering
gineering Engineering Auditorium, 270 Annex.
DUPLICATING SERVICE HOURS: The Ditto-Mim Ditto-Mimeograph
eograph Ditto-Mimeograph Duplicating Service at the Florida Union
will be open the following hours: Monday, Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and Friday, 8 a.m. 12 noon; Tuesday and
Thursday, 2:30 5:30 p.m.
a
IBM FORTRAN CLASSES: The first class of the
Business Schools course in IBM Fortran will be
held at 7:30 p.m. in Room 18 of Matherly Hall,
Tuesday, Sept. 20. The text for the course is IBM
publication 1620-25-C26-5619-4, 1620 Fortran (with
format), $1.40 at Campus Bookstore. Tuesdays class
will cover the first 45 pages.

I
Building 5 Radio Road |\Jo Increase I
I Serving V of F Employees Since 1935 I
S Paid Semiannually Gainesvi Ile Florida Campus Federal Credit Union [

Florida Union Box Office: Tickets
for Lyceum Council Presenta Presentation:
tion: Presentation: Nicholas Di Virgilio, ten tenor,
or, tenor, students, faculty, staff and
general admission, 12 4:30
p.m. Monday and Tuesday.
Naval Officer Recruiting, FLU, 8:-
30 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
Student Government: Display, Bry Bryan
an Bryan Lounge, 7 p.m.
University Womens Club: Open
House, Clubhouse, all day.
Students for Kirk: Group meet meeting,
ing, meeting, 212 FLU 7:30 p.m.
Seminole Pictures:- For gradua graduating
ting graduating seniors and greeks, 200
FLU, 12-5, 6-9 Mon-Fri, 10-
1 Saturdays.
Judo Club: South end of the Gym
Floor, 4:30 p.m.
Union Board: Dance Lessons, FLU
Social Room, 7:15 p.m.
Union Board: Bowling League,
\ Palm Lanes, 7 p.m.
Mensa: Daily luncheon from 11
a.m. -1 p.m. for faculty, stu students,
dents, students, and staff members. Re Reserved
served Reserved table in the West Wing
of the Main Cafeteria.

Tuesday,
September 20

CAMP WAUBURG OPEN: Camp Wauburg is now
open 12 noon to 6:30 p.m. daily, except Mondays
when it is closed all day. Students will be admitted
by ID cards. Faculty and staff may purchase tic tickets
kets tickets .at 108 Florida Union or at Camp Wauburg.
DANCE LESSONS: The Florida Union is holding
dance lessons at 7:15 p.m. for beginners, and 8:30
p.m. for advanced dancers in the Social Room on
Monday evenings. All are invited to join in learning
the Fox Trot, Swing, Rhumba and the Cha Cha. Ten
lessons for $lO per person or $17.50 per couple.
For information, call Ext. 2741.
GATOR AMATEUR RADIO CLUB: Everyone inter interested
ested interested in amateur radio is urged to attend a meet meeting
ing meeting Monday, Sept. 19 at 8 p.m. in room 525 En Engineering
gineering Engineering Bldg. Officers will be elected.

Agricultural Science Dames: Uni University
versity University Womens Club, 8 p.m.
Saladmaster Franchise of Florida:
Interview, 210 FLU, 11 a.m.
5 p.m.
Blue Key: Homecoming Parade
Committee Meeting, 324 FLU,
7 p.m. All campus organiza organizations
tions organizations entering Parade should at attend
tend attend this meeting.
FORTRAN class: 18 Matherly Hall,
7:30 p.m. Open to all juniors,
seniors, and graduate students.
Christian Science Organization:
Group Meeting, 123 FLU, 7p.m.
Lyceum Council Presents: Nich Nicholas
olas Nicholas Di Virgilio, tenor, Univer University
sity University Auditorium, 8:15 p.m.
Newell Entomology: Smoker, John Johnson
son Johnson Lounge, 7:30 p.m.
Student Finance Association:
Group Meeting, 212 FLU, 7:30
p.m.
Wrestling Club: South end of the
Gym Floor, 4 p.m.

Wednesday,
September 21

ADVANCE NOTICE:

(Sign-up sheets are posted two weeks in advance
of the interview date at University Placement Ser Services,
vices, Services, Bldg. H. Interviews will be held in the Florida
Union. Room numbers will be posted across from
the Information Desk in the Union the morning of
the interview. All companies will be recruiting for
December, April and August grads unless other otherwise
wise otherwise indicated.) Vi
SEPT. 20, 21, 22: CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE
AGENCY EE, CE, ME, Math, Geog, Acctg, Pol.
Sci, Journ, Econ, Bus. Ad.
SEPT. 26: M. A. MONTENEGRO & CO. Acctg.
SYMETRICS ENGINEERING CORP. EE. POTTER,
BOWER & CO. Acctg. WORTHINGTON CORP.
Acctg, Bus.Ad, ChE, EE, CE, Eng. Mech, IE,
Met.E. WORTHINGTON AIR CONDITIONING CO.
CE, ChE, EE, IE, ME, Eng. Sci. TOUCHE, ROSS,
BAILY & SMART Acctg, Ind. Mgmt. TRAVELERS
INSURANCE COMPANIES -- Degree in any field
for non-sales positions. GULF POWER CO. --
Group meeting, 5 p.m. Florida Union. BELL SYSTEM
--Group meeting, 5 p.m. Florida Union.
SEPT. 26, 27: MARTIN MARIETTA CORP.
AE, EE, ME, CE, Eng. Sci.

Language and Literature Club: Dr.
Harry R. Warfel, A Ration Rationale
ale Rationale of Free Verse, 105-BAFA,
8 p.m.
Scholarship Convocation: U.S. Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court Justice William J.
Brennan, Fla. Gym., 11 a.m.
Saladmaster Franchise of Florida:
Interview, 210 FLU, 11 a.m.
5 p.m.
AIA Film Series: "Le Chien An Andalou
dalou Andalou and Entre Act, 103-
B AFA, 8 p.m.
Engineering Dames Lecture: Capt.
Courtnay Av Roberts, Art of
Self Defense, Univ. Womens
Club, 8 p.m.
American Society of Civil Engin Engineering:
eering: Engineering: Prof. R. W. Kluge will
introduce all Civil Engineering
Faculty Members, 270 ENG (New
annex aud.), 7:30 p.m. Every Everyone
one Everyone is invited, Coffee and dough doughnuts
nuts doughnuts will be served.
Speleological Society: Group Meet Meeting,
ing, Meeting, 212 FLU, 7 p.m.
U of F Veterans Club: Impor Important
tant Important Meeting, Thursday, Sept.
22, 1966, Walker Aud., 8 p.m.
All veterans, whether or not
you have received your check,
plan to attend this important
meeting.



t By DICK DENNIS
Alligator Sports Editor
Crushed by the dynamic combination of brilliant Steve Spur Spurrier
rier Spurrier and the sizzling glow of the hot Florida sun, Northwestern's
players were staggering around in a state of numbness after
Saturdays football game.
Wildcat Head Coach Alex Agase had time to cool off, and it
was the press toward whom he was cool. Agase told reporters
to ask Ray Graves, to quit asking crazy questions, or said hed
answered the same question three minutes ago.
You fellows dont believe everything Ray Graves says, do
you? Agase said tersely. Sure, Florida was smaller, but
size doesnt determine whether a boy can play well or not.
Its the ability to move that makes the difference.
Agase in a pre-game interview, said a lot of nice things about
Gator quarterback and place-kicker Steve Spurrier.
Theres no need to change my mind about Spurrier. Not
many people contain him. Still, Spurrier is no better than Bob
Griese (Purdue All-America),not to take anything away from Spur Spurrier.
rier. Spurrier.
Agase, who lost two or three men through heat exhaustion,
wanted to make it clear that he made no excuses, and that
Florida was the better team Saturday.
The heat was rough, but the Gators were worse, Agase
said generously. Florida was a great team today. They did every everything
thing everything against us today. They had two field goals, a safety, and
a great passing and running attack. Thats what I call balance.
Many observers feel UF really salted the game away when
the Gators chalked up a safety and a touchdown within 37 seconds.
When asked why Northwestern called a pass play from their
own three-yard line (which resulted in the safety, Agase ex explained
plained explained We gambled. Two points didnt seem so big then.
We were trailing 17-7 and needed to score two touchdowns
to go ahead anyway.

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Northwestern: 2 Points Os View

THE COACH

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SNARING PASS Paul
Ewaldsen pulls in a
Spurrier aerial, one of
four he caught, good
for 41 yards and a
touchdown.
UF SCORES 41?
NEW YORK (UPI) Dur During
ing During the early years of college
football, a field goal counted
five points, a point after touch touchdown
down touchdown four, a touchdown two
and a safety one.

I ENTER THE
I FOOTBALL CONTEST
I PRIZE: $25 in Mens or Ladies Wear I
HH <
I Place an "X" in the box of the team you think will
I win Saturday, Sept. 24 Estimate total yards to be
I gained by Florida, which will be the tie breaker.
I Florida vs. Mississippi State
I Alabama vs Lousiana Tech
I Auburn vs Tennessee
I n Miami vs Florida State
I Mississippi vs Kentucky
I North Carolina vs. North Carolina
I State
I Notre Dame vs. n Purdue
I Ohio State vs. Texas Christian
I Rice vs. Lousiana State

V
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Monday, September 19, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

(Editors Note: The following
quotes gathered from North Northwestern
western Northwestern players are exclusive.
Sportswriter Jimmy Bailey was the
only reporter inside the visitors
dressing room for a period of
approximately 10 minutes.
The temperature on Florida
Field during Saturdays game with
the Northwestern Wildcats was a
scorching 105. In Evanston,
111., home of the Cats, Jack Frost
has already made his appearance
this year. The temperature differ difference
ence difference of almost 75 degrees should
be enough to affect anyone, but
the Northwestern players said they
were ready for it.
Dennis Boothe, NW signal caller
said, the heat was really bad,
but I dont believe that it affect affected
ed affected our game any. Concerning
his own performance Boothe de declared.
clared. declared. That was the worstlhave
ever played. The Gators are a
real good team and should have
another winning season. They are
a team that you cant make too
many mistakes with if you want
to win the game. If you do, the
result might be a runaway. Florida
just beat us, thats all I can say.
At least one Floridian was un unhappy
happy unhappy with the game and its out outcome.
come. outcome. He was Woody Campbell,
an honor student from Quincy, who
plays offensive halfback for North Northwestern.
western. Northwestern. _____

THE PLAYERS
By JIMMY BAILEY
Alligator Sports Writer

I guess you could say that my
homecoming was spoiled," said
Campbell. "But it was done by
a team that knows how to play
football and really plays it well.
If the Gators play all of their
games as well as they played a against
gainst against us they should have a great
season."
Campbell, who scored North Northwesterns
westerns Northwesterns lone touchdown on a
six yard sweep around right end,
said, "That Florida defense
is alert and is real tough. They
seem to know where the ball is
going before it is even centered!
Their linebackers can really
diagnose plays and they can move
quickly enough to stop them."
Carl Banasek, NW offensive end,
said, "The Florida defense is
mighty good. On a sure pass play,
there were Gators everywhere But
on a running play, I had to hunt
someone to block. They had all
gone after the ball. Their defense
must be rated among the best."
Dennis Coyne, Wildcat defensive
back, said Florida has an attack
that keeps you guessing. "Spur "Spurriers
riers "Spurriers passing can kill you, but so
can their running game. That Smith
(Larry) is able to move the ball.
Hes real good at moving up the
middle and is hard to catch once
he gets a little running room.
Id say that he has a chance to
be a great one."
Phil Clark and Bob Hampton,
Wildcat defensive halfbacks, a agreed
greed agreed "the Gators have three top
notch quarterbacks. Wages and
Stephenson looked like starters
against us. They and Spurrier pro probably
bably probably give Florida the best 1-2-3
punch at quarterback in the nation.
They have some real good receiv receivers
ers receivers in Trapp, Ewaldsen and Coons.
When told 13 different Gators
caught one or more passes in the
game, Clark and Hampton again
agreed, "Florida just has a bunch
of good receivers to go along with
a bunch of good passers. Trapp,
is really good. He has great moves
and fantastic speed that can
get him in the open at any time."
The final Florida score really
caught us sleeping," said Hampton.
Who was looking for a tackle tackleelgible
elgible tackleelgible play?" We had heard about
it, the fake field goal, and a lot
of unusual or surprising plays that
Florida used last year. But we just
werent looking for that play.
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John Gets Second Pass

By TYLER TUCKER
Assistant Sports Editor
Since Saturdays scrimmage
with Northwestern, Gator guard
Jim Benson has been in the library.
Conscientiously pouring over foot football
ball football rule books beneath weak yel yellow
low yellow lights, Jim still cant find a
play in which the guard is an
eligible receiver.
When Wildcat defenders noticed
big tackle John Preston sprinting
toward the end zone they thought
either he was going to the con concession
cession concession stand for a coke or he
had gone mad after gnawing on
locust weed. But Preston was more
sneaky than Willie Sutton in a
chicken pen,catching his first pass
ever, except of course the one he
caught from that Southern belle
at a Columbus taffy pull.
Now its hard to get John to as associate
sociate associate with anyone except Charlie
Casey and Richard Trapp. He keeps
the collected writings of Don Hut Hutson
son Hutson at his bedside and carries
a copy of Silitoes The Loneli Loneliness
ness Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner
in his back pocket.
John Preston wasnt the only
Gator who had a new experience
Saturday. Many members of the
entire squad of footballers were
playing varsity college football for
the first time. Their play sub substantiated
stantiated substantiated everything that has been
said about them. They were green
and inexperienced.
Would a team of veterans ever
honestly try to keep scoring when
the opposition has already been
crushed? Would a team of exper experienced
ienced experienced football players play their
hearts out up until the final se seconds
conds seconds of play? And would a team
of veterans play with such desire
and determination to show the
coaches, the spectators, and
Charlie, the guy who sells pea peanuts
nuts peanuts on the corner, why they de deserve
serve deserve support?
In the early moments of the game

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In Household
Those UF coeds who have been going to Florida
Field on Saturdays just to see Steve Spurrier might
as well stay home now Spurrier got married.
Teammates, friends and fans were dumbfounded
Saturday night when quarterback Spurrier announced
he had been married since Wednesday to Miss
Jerri Starr, a UF senior. The wedding took place
at noon in a Methodist Church in Kingston, Ga.
The ceremony was brief since the Johnson City,
Tennessee senior had to be back for afternoon grid
practice, while his bride, a member of Alpha Delta
Phi sorority, had to be back for rush.
Spurrier said no one knew about his elopement
except his roommate, but Norm Carlson, Director
of Athletic Public Relations, revealed that Head
football Coach Ray Graves always asks his players
to talk to him before they decide to get married.
Graves wants to know in advance, but he cer certainly
tainly certainly doesnt forbid his players to marry, as some
other schools do, Carlson commented.
At the University of Auburn and the University
of Mississippi, players are taken off their athletic
scholarship if they marry. Carlson added that about
10 Gator players, including Jack Card and Paul
Ewaldsen, are married students.
Mrs. Spurrier is one blonde who is not dumb
when it comes to understanding football. The daughter
of Mrs. Nellie B. Starr of Fort Lauderdale, she is
a niece of Rip Engle, former head football coach
at Penn State.
S'

TYLER TUCKER
ASST. SPORTS EDITOR

one thing became immediately ap apparent.
parent. apparent. Defensive genius Gene El Ellenson
lenson Ellenson has again built another Had Hadrians
rians Hadrians wall of defense. After
practicing all week, concentrating
on rushing defense, Ellensons line
looked like the Berlin wall. North Northwestern
western Northwestern backs couldn't crack it
with size or an airlift. The air airlift
lift airlift was attempted in the passing
game, but Bobby Downs, Larry
Rentz and George Grandy were
waiting like three Howitzers aim aiming
ing aiming at clay pigeons.
Once during the game the de defense
fense defense was almost embarrassed.
On a screen pass, perfectly set setup
up setup by Denny Boothe, greased greasedlightning
lightning greasedlightning Woody Campbell gathered
in the aerial and flashed toward
paydirt. Just as it seemed he would
go all the way somebody yelled
Stop thief. Bobby Downs thought
Campbell was a rabbit stealing
carrots and took off after him like
a farmer phasing a traveling sales salesman.
man. salesman. If the Spartans ever march
on Gainesville, someone should
slap a torch in Bobbys hand and
point to Marathon.
Steve Spurrier, an underrated
place kicker, should at long last
get some credit for his contri contributions
butions contributions to the team. Playing over
his head, and subject to un unaccustomed
accustomed unaccustomed pressure, the senior
punter made a field goal from 41
yards out. He actually kicked better
than Brer Bryant would in a dog
pound.
Its easy enough to be exuberant
over the play of the aggressive
Gators, but its hard to discount
a Wildcat handicap the heat.
The Cats of Evanston wanted to
play stripped down to their fin fingernails.
gernails. fingernails. But, the rules say that
a team has to be numbered. A After
fter After finding out that the Florida
Field temperature was 95 degrees,
coach Alex Agase thought the team
plane had been rerouted at Al Algeria.
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The Gators seemed to be in
adequate physical condition. They
made it through the goalposts with without
out without ambulances, but the reason
for such ability probably is the re result
sult result of a business deal. JOHNSON
and JOHNSON has agreed to out outfit
fit outfit the team for the rest of the
year. Many of the players played
under pain, but then again how can
a person tell Achilles he has flat
feet.
From my seat on top of the en engineering
gineering engineering building, I found most
of the game palpable. The only
depressing aspect of the contest
was the announcement that Larry
Smith had hurt his hip. After his
performance in the game, he seem seemed
ed seemed like Hector and I felt that
I had missed his funeral. The loss
of Hector meant a great deal to
the Trojans, but his inspiration
lingered. Referring to Larry Smith
as a tailback is similar to ex explaining
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