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Vol. 59, No. 13

Miami Coed
Is Chosen
Miss Broward
Miss Broward of 1966-67 is
Carol Eastman, lUC, from Miami.
She was selected from f 6 contest contestants
ants contestants Sunday afternoon to be Bro Broward
ward Broward Halls representative in the
Homecoming Sweetheart Contest.
First runner-up was Jacque
Pain, 3 ED, from Winter Park
Tieing for the second-runner-up
position were Joan Grose, 2UC,
JftSm South Miami, and Joanne
Orfinger, lUC, from Daytona.
One entrant for the contest was
selected by the girls on each floor
of Broward. Miss Eastman, an
animal science major, was the
alternate from her floor.
I was actually filling in be because
cause because the girl elected from our
floor went out of town this week weekend.
end. weekend. she explained.
Barbara Duaber, 2UC, organiz organized
ed organized the contest.
Contestants in the Homecoming
Sweetheart Contest will meet
Thursday at 7 p.m. in the John Johnson
son Johnson Lounge of the Florida Union
for pictures and instructions about
the contest.
jf'V' -9
Dr. Robert S.Bolles, acting dean
of UFs College of Architecture
and Fine Arts for the last 18
months was named dean Friday
by University President J. Wayne
Dr. Bolles, a member of the
1 Florida faculty since 1948, served
as assistant dean of the college
of Architecture and Fine Arts from
1960 until March, 1965, when Dean
T. C. Bannister became serious seriously
ly seriously ill and was unable to continue
his administrative duties.
Commenting on the selection
of Dr. Bolles for the post after
clearance by the Board of Regents
Dr. Reitz noted, I am exceeding exceedingly
ly exceedingly pleased that Dean Bolles ac accepted
cepted accepted this appointment, as as assistant
sistant assistant dean and a member of the
faculty, as well as acting dean,
he has capably demonstrated his
capacity and leadership to assume
this important position.
After coming to the University
of Florida, Dr. Bolles taught music
for eight years and was named
chairman of the Department
of Music in 1956. He was pro promoted
moted promoted to assistant dean in the Col College
lege College of Architecture and Fine Arts
four years later.

The Florida

University of Florida

more Sophomore Peggy Rabinovitz has been chosen
as Army Sweetheart for Gator Guard,
Army Sweethearts will hold rush Thurs Thursday
day Thursday in the social room of the Florida Union
from 8-10 p.m. All eligible girls are
invited to attend. (Photo by Nick Arroyo)

FSU Teachers Beware... You
Can Be Replaced By A...

ida Florida State University showed off
a new education program Monday
which replaces human teachers
with electronic computers.
State school Supt. Floyd Chris Christian
tian Christian and Board of Regents chan chancellor
cellor chancellor Broward Culpepper were
on hand for formal opening of the
computer assisted instruction CAI
Center by FSU President John
Right now the computer, housed
in the basement of Tully gymnas gymnasium,
ium, gymnasium, has terminals enough to
handle only five students at any
one time. More of the terminals,
which resemble an electric
typewriter, are on order.
Dr. Duncan Hansen, center di director,
rector, director, estimated cost of instruc instruction
tion instruction using the system would be
about $1 per hour per student
when it was operating at full
Hansen said it cost about
$150,000 a year to run the cen center,
ter, center, which was financed by state,
federal and university funds.
Student Party
To Run Slate
Student Party had its first meet meeting
ing meeting of the year on September 5,
and plans to run a slate in the
campus election on September 29.
Elected party chairman was Bell
Sullivan, and Ken Mingeldorff was
named party treasurer.
The new Secretary of Inter International
national International Affairs is Tim Donohue,
who serves the interests of the
international students on campus.
Donohue is willing to meet any
international students wanting to
talk to him and to offer any new
ideas. Os major interest are the
new offices that the International
Advisor will have in tne new
Florida Union.

Tuesday September 20, 1966

Center officials claim the com computer
puter computer provides highly individual
instruction for each student, who
is permitted to progress through
course material at his own speed.

Alligator Staff Writer
United Party candidates for Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Council drew up the plat platform
form platform for their party Sunday night.
To be included in the party plat platform,
form, platform, a plank had to be approved
by a 2/3 vote of the candidates.

Seminole! Its Name
Wont Be The Same

Seminole Editor Nel Laughon
announced Monday the Seminole,
UFs yearbook, will undergo a
change in name.
The change came after a unani unanimous
mous unanimous vote by the Board of Student
Publications Friday.
Miss Laughon said the decision
to change the name was a result
of a poll conducted among UF
students. She said many had con confused
fused confused the name Seminole, which
the yearbook has carried since its
inception 55 years ago, with
Florida State University, (FSU)
whose nickname is also Semi Seminoles.
noles. Seminoles.
When the yearbook first came
out, we had no rivalry with FSU,
Miss Laughon said. Now that we
do, the name should be changed.
When a tradition is outdated you
change it.


Bloc Seating Bill.
To Face Council
In Revised Form
The major change in the substitute bloc
seating bill, which will come up for Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Council approval tonight at 7 in the
Florida Union auditorium (second floor), is
with reference to preferential seating, accord according
ing according to Majority Leader Scott Bayman.

About Bill
By 808 BECK
Tonight, the Legislative Council
will decide the outcome of the Fair
Bloc Seating bill. Both majority
leader Scott Bayman and minority
leader Gary Goodrich favor pas passage
sage passage of the bill.
Bayman and Goodrich have
drawn up a revised edition of the
bill which they hope will be ac acceptable
ceptable acceptable to the Leg Council.
The new bill is essentially the
same, except that it has been made
much clearer. All Leg Council
members have received notifi notification
cation notification of the meeting and a copy
of the bill.
In a random poll taken around
campus students made their feel feelings
ings feelings known:
The people in power dont have
the guts to vote themselves out of
power for the betterment of the
students as a whole, said Bill
Vick, 4AS, I am in favor of the
bill, with the inclusion that Blue
Key does not get preferred seat seating.
ing. seating.
pg 2

Chairman Gary Goodrich said,
What is going to make us dif different
ferent different is that we are the first
party that wasnt created to back
a specific presidential candidate
and that the candidates wrote their
Twenty candidates and party
leaders attended the meeting. The

She said the yearbook staff would
conduct a contest to determine the
new name. The contest will run
through Oct. 22 and will be an announced
nounced announced at Homecoming Oct. 29.
First prize for the best name,
which will be decided by a com committee
mittee committee not yet named, will be SSO.
Second prize will be S3O and third
prize S2O. All entries should be
sent to Yearbook Contest, room
nine or room 12 in the Florida
After the committee selects a
name, it will be sent to Leg
Council for approval.
We don't anticipate any trouble
with the Council, Miss Laughon
said. Most of the members I have
spoken with are in favor of changing
the name.

Under the substitute bill some
organizations may receive prefer preferential
ential preferential seating for any or all home
games with the recommendation of
one member of the committee and
the approval of the Legislative
Council by a 2/3 vote.
The committee shall be com composed
posed composed of the secretary of athletics,
president of inter-fraternity
council, president of mens inter interhall,
hall, interhall, president of the John Mar Marshall
shall Marshall Bar Association, president of
the mayors council, majority floor
leader of the legislative council,
minority floor leader of the legis legislative
lative legislative council, and the president
of the student body.
The purpose of the committee is
to administer fair seating, Bayman
At present the only group which
has requested preferential seating
is Florida Blue Key. A provision
in the substitute bill is that re requests
quests requests for preferential seating for
the last three home games of the
1966 football season must be sub submitted
mitted submitted for the Councils consider consideration
ation consideration to the SG vice presidents
office by Sept. 23.
The bill divides participants in
group seating into four categories:
mens living areas, members of
Inter-fraternity Council, campus
organizations and clubs and
married and law students not parti participating
cipating participating in the card section.
The fair group seating commit committee
tee committee is to set up a drawing for first
bloc positions. Then everything
Pg. 2

party is running 27 candidates for
the 30 open council posts.
The party came out in favor of
the formation of an appeals com committee
mittee committee of the legislative council
to investigate all complaints on
off campus housing.
As an aid to students interested
in moving off-campus, the party
recommends that a handbook for
students on off-campus housing be
A plank on the forming of a
faculty-student appeals committ committee
ee committee for grades was also included.
The party recommended that a
committee to investigate the pric prices,
es, prices, servicing, and condition of
vending machines on campus be
To improve communications be between
tween between the council and students,
United Party proposes to have
copies of the council minutes dis distributed
tributed distributed through the Alligator pick pickup
up pickup boxes.
Approval of the council housing
committee meeting in the dormi dormitories
tories dormitories with students at appointed
times was expressed.
The United Party decided
to support the petition for the
majority election of student
government officials.
It favors the publishing of cam campaign
paign campaign expenses in the Alligator
throughout a campaign.

Page 2

5, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, September 20, 1966


(From Page 1)
Freshman Nancy Larson said, I
favor the bill because it will break
the political hold that the frater fraternities
nities fraternities and sororities now have on
campus. Overall, it is a better
set up for all the students that
are sitting in blocks, rather than
just a few.
I think the bloc seating bill
needs some clarification, and that
some sort of a workable piece of
legislation should be passed, said
senior Penny Anderson.
I sat on the 50-yard line during
the Northwestern game with a non nonpolitical
political nonpolitical group, and I think the idea
of rotation is great, said Bob
Deusk, 3AS, I hope that every everyone
one everyone would get the same chance.
Graduate student, Ed Branch
said, I sit in a block group and
I think that it is a good idea.
It seems to be a more democratic
Graduate student Sally Kolitz
said, Im all for it! I dont think
that anyone should be seated ac according
cording according to merit or politics. No
one has the right to say where a
person has to sit.
I think that everyone should
have a chance at a good seat,
said Susan Baber, 2UC, every everyone
one everyone cant belong to Blue Key or
Student Government.
However there were some who
felt the bill would not pass Butch
Tully, 3AS, I dont think that the
bill will make it. The way student
government is set up, the power
structure will defeat the bill.
Presidential aide Judy Miller,
said, Buddy Jacobs, SG presi president,
dent, president, has really worked hard to
make sure that the bloc seating will
be done fairly. I also like the bill
because it will do a lot for the

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UF Ski Club
Meets Tonight
The Gator Ski Club has sche scheduled
duled scheduled a meeting for interested
students tonight at 8 in the base basement
ment basement of Florida Gym. Membership
is open to any interested student.
New members are required to
pass a swimming proficiency test
which will be given at the meeting.
The test includes a 100 yard
swim and ability to float for five
The membership fee is $5.00
for new members which includes
insurance and a ride card. After
the initial fee additional ride cards
cost $3.00 and are good for ten
The club owns two high powered
ski boats that run seven days a
week at Lake Wauburg. The club
also owns skis and other necessary
Members learn and practice sla slalom
lom slalom skiing, jumping, trick skiing,
and, for those interested, bare barefoot
foot barefoot skiing.
The club, sponsored by the In Intramurals
tramurals Intramurals Department, was first
organized in'l9s6 by H. Spurgeon
Cherry, assistant dean of the Col College
lege College of Physical Education and
Health. The club advisor is pres presently
ently presently Jack Eckdahl.
Regina, Sask. (UPI) -- The
Royal Canadian Mounted Police no
longer are a mounted police force.
Horses used to train the
mounties were sold at auction dur during
ing during the weekend and the last
equestrian class graduated Friday.
Emphasis now will be placed on
academic and physical training.

(From Page 1)
would be turned over to the Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Department and it would fol follow
low follow through with the equitable ro rotation,
tation, rotation, Bayman said.
A drop-clause in the bill states:
For the Tulanegame,grou£seat Tulanegame,grou£seating
ing Tulanegame,grou£seating shall be according to grade
point averages in a system de determined
termined determined by the committee.
Agreement was already made on
having a scholarship game, Bay Bayman
man Bayman said, so it was included in
the revised bill.
The revised bill will be co cosigned
signed cosigned by Bayman and Minority
Leader Gary Goodrich.
I am not completely a ware of
what went on this summer, but
I think it is time to look ahead
to a more mature Council and to
determine to the best of our abili ability
ty ability a fair system for group seat seating,
ing, seating, Bayman said.

Introducing two of the most radical changes
in Volkswagen history.
Can you spot them?
Did you notice that the headlights are vertical
now instead of leaning back a bit? That doesn't
make the car look any bette'. But it makes the
road look better by making the lights a little
And that little hump in the back? We did that
to hold the license plate up straight so the police
can read it better. (Sorry.)
What you without driving the new
model are the big improvements.
The engine has been enlarged to a ferocious
53 horsepower. That only adds 3 m.p.h. to the top
speed. Because we put most of the additional
power where it would make the engine acceler accelerate
ate accelerate faster, turn slower and last even longer.
Now that the VW is getting to be such a hot
car, we put in a couple of things to slow it down.
Dual brakes.
The front wheel brakes are completely inde independent
pendent independent of the rear wheel brakes. So if you ever
lost the front wheel brakes, you could still stop
the back of the car. (Which automatically stops
the front of the car too.)
The new VW also has seat belts, backup lights
and recessed door handles as standard equip equipment.-Tn
ment.-Tn equipment.-Tn fact, this year we made so many changes
on the Volkswagen that we thought we'd better
make one more.
We wrote Volkswagen" on the back of the
car to be sure everybody would know what it was

It doesnt guarantee that every everyone
one everyone will sit on the 50 yard-line
but gives everyone an equal chance
for good seats, he said.
An article of the bloc seating
bill provides that the committee
also hear appeals of any group
which feels it has been treated
The College of Business Ad Administration
ministration Administration will offer a non noncredit
credit noncredit six week course in com computer
puter computer programing starting tonight.
The text for the course is 1620
Fortran (with format), an IBM
publication. The book can be pur purchased
chased purchased at the Campus Book Store.
The class will begin at 7:30p.m.
in room 18, Matherly Hall. Page
one through 45 will be discussed
at the first class meeting.

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I rapidly accelerating pace with increasing customer de- I
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I FACT 3/The Bell System is a widely diversified or- I
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Navy OCS
On Campus
The Naval Officer Recruiting
Team from Jacksonville, will be
on the UF campus from 8:30 un until
til until 4:30 Monday through Friday
20, 21, 22 and 23 September 1966
to discuss the many Navy officer
The team will interview, coun counsel
sel counsel and test eligible students, both
men and women, who are interest interested
ed interested in earning a commission in the
United States Navy. Available pro programs
grams programs include Officer Candidate
School (OCS) at Newport, R.I. for
men and women and Aviation Of Officer
ficer Officer Candidate School (AOCS) at
Pensacola, Florida.
For those men interested in be becoming
coming becoming Naval Aviators or Naval
Flight Officers. Also for those with
appropriate degrees, there are
specialists programs available in
the engineering, medical, chaplain,
legal and nursing fields.
Students are invited to discuss
their interests with the team. For
those who desire, testing may
be accomplished on campus with without
out without obligation.

Tuesday, September 20. 1966. The Florida Alligator,

Jr I /
MAJOR RAMSEY . new professor and
daughters Ellen, Sallev and Elizabeth.
Viet Nam Veteran Joins
UF Military Science Staff
Maje Russel W. Ramsey, only one month
out of Viet Nam, recently was assigned to
the University of Florida faculty as an as assistant
sistant assistant professor of military science. He
will instruct freshman ROTC students.

Historically, the ROTC has
proven itself, Maj. Ramsey said,
and some of the best officers
we have in Viet Nam are ROTC
In addition to teaching basic
ROTC courses, the West Point
graduate plans to put his war ex experiences
periences experiences to work bv giving talks
to advanced ROTC students and
the Un'versitys Gator Raiders,
an ROTC counter insurgency group
patterened after the Armys Green
This will not be the first time
Mc.j. Ramsey has directed such
training. In 1950, he tough" counter counterinsurgency
insurgency counterinsurgency to Latin American of officers
ficers officers at the jungle warfare school
in Panama. Later, from 1951-62,
he was an instructor at the School
of the Americas in Panama.
Maj R~:m.>y emphasized the
importance of good training to
American soldiers.
This is the best trained U. S.
military in history, he said. In
Viet Nam we have an enormous
troop education program and
troops also are told why they are
there -- and what we hope to ac accomplish.
complish. accomplish.
The weakest link in the pro program
gram program is not the military but in
the civilian development after the
military has cleaned up an area
and moved out, he said.
The Major said he recognized
the immense problems faced by
civilian groups trying to inspire
national feelings among people who
are 90 per cent rural -- and more
concerned about th9ir villages than
about Viet Nam.
In fact, a lot of the people
in the rural areas arent even
aware there is such a place as
Viet Nam, he said.
A senior parachutist and a qual qualified
ified qualified Ranger, Maj. Ramsey was
assigned in 1965 to an airborne
company with the First Cavalry
Division in Viet Nam. He h6lds
the Combat Infantry Badge, Bronze
Star, Air Medal and the Army
Commendation Medal with oak leaf
He was promoted to major Sept.
9 in ceremonies conducted by Col.
Arlo W. Mitchell, professor of
military science and commanding
officer of the Army ROTC unit
at UF.
A native of Sandusky, Ohio, Maj.
Ramsey received his masters de degree
gree degree of arts and history at the
University of Southern Mississippi
in 1963. He is married to the
former Linda Stevens of Hatties Hattiesburg,
burg, Hattiesburg, Miss. They have three
daughters,, Ellen, Sally and Eli Elizabeth.
zabeth. Elizabeth.

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~ The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, September 20, 1966

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NORTH VIETS ATTACK . Fresh Marine units assaulted
elements of Hanois 3248 division near the Demilitarized Zone
in Viet Nam Monday in a fierce battle for control of key in infiltration
filtration infiltration routes.
The fresh troops relieved two battered Leatherneck companies
who fought through a Communist trap and hacked their way
back to a forward command post Monday through heavy Com Communist
munist Communist mortar barrages.
The fighting was part of widespread Marine action against
about 7,000 North Vietnamese regulars trying to wrest control
of South Viet Nams northern frontiers. Officials say Com Communist
munist Communist casualties in the campaign have soared to more than
AIR SERVICE STARTS . The government-operated Air France
Monday became the first Western airline to inaugurate service
to Communist China. The final leg of the maiden flight remained
in doubt until the last moment because it was over South Viet
MALAYSIANS ACT . The Malaysian government told an
emergency session of parliament in Kuala Lampur Monday
Communists were trying to seize Sarawak state by violence.
The parliament immediately enacted laws to deal with the crisis.
Home Affairs Minister Dr. Ismail Bin Abdul Rahman issued
a white paper on Sarawak saying Communists had not only
penetrated the states social fabric but were plotting a pro protracted
tracted protracted guerrilla war.
RED GUARDS BEAT LEADER ... A band of Red Guard zealots,
angered by a top provincial Chinese Communist party leaders
lecture on behavior, seized him and dragged him through the
streets of Peking. It was reported Monday in Hong Kong.
Other reports said meanwhile the Peking government has
ordered a temporary halt in the cultural revolution demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations so that the youthful members of the Red Guard can
take to the countryside to assist in the autumn harvest.
Recent arrivals from Red China said the Red Guards were
advised to halt their activities by Sept. 25 and to gear them themselves
selves themselves for a post-harvest political upheaval destined to rise
to a peak of unprecendented scale.
SUSPECTS ARRESTED . The FBI announced in Atlanta Monday
it has arrested two men and charged them with the robbery
last Thursday of the Citizens Bank at Ball Ground, Ga.
Agents identified the men as J. D. Bell, 41, of Doraville,
and John David Jenkins, 32, of Dahlonega, Ga. They said a
third suspect was being sought.
The bank was held up shortly before noon last Thursday by
three men armed with a double-barrel, sawed-off shotgun.
WOLFSON INDICTED . Florida industrialist Louis E. Wolf Wolfson
son Wolfson and an associate were indicted by a federal grand jury
in New York Monday on charges of stock fraud said to have
cost investors $3.5 million.
The indictment named the Wolfson, board chair chairman
man chairman of Merritt-Chapman & Seem Corp., and Elkin B. Gerbert,
48, in connection with the sale of unregistered securities of
Continental Enterprises, Inc., traded on the over the counter
SHEPPARD JUDGE NAMED . Common Please Court Judge
Francis J. Talty was named Monday to preside at the new mur murder
der murder trial of Dr. Samuel H. Sheppard.
Barring a change of venue, Sheppard is scheduled to stand
trial in Cleveland, Oct. 18 in the 1954 slaying of his first wife.
Talty, 46, who has been a judge less than two years, said
his assignment to preside at the Sheppard trial was an awe awesome
some awesome responsibility.
CUBANS DEFECT . Cuban maritime radio broadcasts moni monitored
tored monitored in Miami disclosed Monday that the captain and three
crew members of a Cuban vessel fishing in Mexican waters
abandoned their ship and asked for asylum in Mexico.
OVERWHELMING SUPPORT . Rep. Sam Gibbons, D-Fla.,
said Monday in Washington he has received over-whelming
support in his move to strip power from Rep. Adam Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Powell, chairman of the House Education and Labor Com Committee.-
mittee.- Committee.-

U.S. Admits 'lntrusion,
Denies Attack On Village

United States acknowledged Mon Monday
day Monday that its war planes might have
accidentally violated Communist
Chinese air space on two recent
The State Department in making
this admission denied, however,
a Peking charge that a Chinese
village was attacked by the Am American
erican American aircraft in one incident.
Press Officer Robert J. Mc-
Closkey said that any such in inadvertent
advertent inadvertent intrusion of .Chinese air
space is regretted.
McCloskey denied the Chinese
charge that U. S. planes attacked
the Chinese village near the North
Viet Nam border on Sept. 9, and
made subsequent attacks on other
border territory. He said: There
have been no such strikes by U.
S. aircraft and such strikes would
be contrary to orders under which
American pilots operate.
Thant Says
May Remain
At U.N. Post
U. Thant Monday expressed will willingness
ingness willingness to remain as secretary
general until the end of this years
General Assembly in December,
if necessary.
Thant told a news conference he
would be ready, perhaps to
serve until the end of the assemb assembly
ly assembly session if it proves impossible
to find an agreed successor in the
pext few weeks.
But Thant indicated determina determination
tion determination to stick to his repeated re refusal
fusal refusal to offer himself for re reelection
election reelection to' a new five-year term
when his-current tenure expires
Nov. 3.
He conceded, however, that if
there were appreciable improve improvement
ment improvement of the world political situa situation
tion situation before the end of the year,
it could influence him to re review
view review his decision not to stand
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McCloskey said that on Sept.
9 and again on Sept. 17 there
is a possibility that some inad inadvertent
vertent inadvertent intrusions of Communist
China may have taken place during
the breakoff of air engagements
over North Viet Nam.

High Takes Over
Personal Control

MIAMI (UPI) Democrat Ro Robert
bert Robert King High took over the reins
of his gubernatorial campaign
personally Monday, saying he
and his resigned manager had dif differences
ferences differences in professional judg judgment.
ment. judgment.
The Miami mayor accepted the
United States is set to launch its
second Surveyor television robot
today in an attempt to match the
flawless soft-landing performance
of Surveyor 1 and scout another
astronaut landing site on the moon.
If the 2,204 pound surveyor 2
spacecraft operates as planned,
it will land gently on the moons
Sinus Medii -a middle bay
700 miles east of surveyor 1-
about 9:25 a.m. Thursday.
Surveyor 2s target is a smooth
plain almost in the center of the
moons visible face. Lunar Orbiter
1, the first picture-taking moon
satellite, photographed the area
last month.

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He said the aircraft with which
American pilots were engaged d
dog fights on those two occasions
were Communist-built MiGs but
their nationality was uni.

resignation of Don Petit and said!
from here on in, he would run!
his own race against Republican!
Claude Kirk. I
He (Petit) wanted me to con-1
centrate on the urban areas andl
rely on mass news media to get I
to the rural voters, said High. I
This was a professional judgment I
on his part. I
But I feel I shduld go into!
every county in Florida in myl
fierce determination to be gov-1
ernor of every man, woman and
child in this state.
Petit, a former Sargent Shriv Shriver
er Shriver aide who directed President
Johnsons campaign in Florida and
who left the office of Emergency
Planning to direct Highs second
try at the governorship, said last
week he was no longer in control
of the campaign.
Petit hinted strongly he felt
that the leaders in the camp of
former State Sen. Scott Kelly,
who joined forces with High after
the Miami"-mayor beat him out in
the Democratic primaries, were
trying to grab the reins of Highs

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Senate Kills Housing Bill

nine years of legislating major
civil rights advances for the Am American
erican American Negro, the Senate Monday
killed President Johnsons contro controversial
versial controversial open housing rights pac package.
kage. package.
The final fatal blow came when
the Senate refused for the second
time to end a two-week-old fili filibuster
buster filibuster inspired by Senate Repub Republican
lican Republican leader Everett M. Dirksen
against the bill.
The vote for cloture, or halt halting
ing halting the debate, was 52 to 41,
which fell 10 votes short of the
required two-third majority. A
similar attempt last Wednesday
was defeated, 54 to 42--also short
of the mark by 10 votes.

Tuesday, September 20, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

Senate Democratic leader Mike
Mansfield then abandoned the fight
as lost, set the House-passed bill
aside and turned to other legis legislative
lative legislative business in hopes of gain gaining
ing gaining a pre-election adjournment,
or at least a recess, by mid-
Mansfield told the Senate that
the vote made clear that it would
be futile to prolong consideration
of this issue. He said the clo cloture
ture cloture vote can only be interpreted
as a vote against civil rights le legislation
gislation legislation in this session.

Sen. Bayh Proposes
Substitute Prayer Bill

WASHINGTON (UPI) A sub substitute
stitute substitute for a proposed constitu constitutional
tional constitutional amendment to permit pray prayer
er prayer in public schools was unveiled
Monday by Sen. Birch Bayh, D-
Bayh said that congress can
not act this year on Sen. Ever Everett
ett Everett M. Dirksens prayer amend amendment
ment amendment and proposed a Sense of
Congress resolution which would
invite local school authorities to
CHICAGO (UPI) The doctor
who pronounced Valerie Percy
dead said Monday he believes the
honey-haired daughter of GOP sen senatorial
atorial senatorial candidate Charles H. Per Percy
cy Percy was killed by a sex fiend.
Dr. Robert P. Hohf said the
savagery of the Sunday slaying
indicated the killer was driven
by a sexual urge.
Valerie, 21, was bludgeoned and
stabbed at least 10 times in her
bedroom in her familys 17-room
mansion on the shore of Lake
Michigan in Suburban Kenilworth.

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Its formal and expected burial
Monday marked a reversal of Se Senate
nate Senate approval of major civil rights
measures that began in 1957, dur during
ing during the Eisenhower administration,
and continuing over stiff Southern
opposition in 1960, 1962, 1964
and 1965.
Figuring in the formal burial
of the latest bill was acknow acknowledged
ledged acknowledged resentment against Negro
demonstrations and street violence
and the emergence of a militant
black power movement among
Negro civil rights advocates.

sponsor periods of silent medi meditation
tation meditation in public schools.
With the civil rights bill ex expected
pected expected to be shelved at mid-after mid-afternoon,
noon, mid-afternoon, the Senate was turning at attention
tention attention to the Dirksen amendment.
Dirksen said the amendment
would clarify Supreme Court
decisions he said have resulted in
a virtual ban on prayer in pu public
blic public schools. Dirksen said the
amendment has a good chance of
batch of public opinion polls
told Monday of deepening poli political
tical political trouble for President
Johnson and Democrats on
Capitol Hill.
A Louis Harris survey copy copyrighted
righted copyrighted by the Washington Post
Co., showed that George Rom Romney,
ney, Romney, Michigans Republican
governor, was catching up
quickly with Johnson in voter
preference between the two for
President in 1968.
According to Harris, the
Presidents lead over Romney
is only 51 to 49 per cent, with
Romney losing to Johnson only
in the South if the presidential
election were held now.

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The Florida Alligator
'A L 0m
Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor
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
Tonights The Night
For past two weeks the Alligator
has voiced! its concern over the treat treatment
ment treatment of the Bloc Seating Bill.
We believe that its a bill that will,
treat both the independent and frater fraternity
nity fraternity man fairly. It will allow bloc seat seating
ing seating on a fair, rotating basis and it will
provide good seats for the non-bloc man
and his date.
We also believe that the bill will des destroy
troy destroy the petty political power of a few
individuals who year after year use pre preferential
ferential preferential bloc seatingas a wheeler-dealer
method of obtaining the votes of a
fraternity for one candidate or another
in the spring elections.
Its really unfortunate that some mem members
bers members of the UFs political parties think
of themselves as junior LBJs, but for
some strange reason they do. And for
that reason they will go out of their
way to defeat this bill.
The Alligator on Wednesday will print
the box score of the Legislative Council
meeting and leave it to the students to
decide why certain people voted as they
We do, however, feel that Student Body
President Buddy Jacobs acted in the best
interest of the students in setting up
his non-political committee on bloc seat seating.
ing. seating.
However, we condemn the committee
for voting preferential bloc seating for
Florida Blue Key in a secret ballot.
We dont feel that Florida Blue ICey or
the Okefenokee Yo-yo Club is above
being rotated with the other organiza organizations
tions organizations on this campus.
There are two sections that should
receive preferential seating the band
and the card section. If Blue Key is so
insistant bn sitting on the fifty, perhaps
its members should learn to play in instruments,
struments, instruments, practice for a couple of years,
then come back and try to beat out the
band for preferential seating.
Our feelings on the bill are rather
simple. We believe that it has been
bounced around for too long. We strong strongly
ly strongly urge the Council to vote the bill through
on its first reading tonight.
We further urge members of the stu student
dent student body to attend the meeting to see
their representatives in action.
Kudos To Forums
Once again the Florida Union Board
has come through.
Its Forums Committee is bringing noted
cartoonist and humorist A1 Capp to cam campus.
pus. campus.
Capp is just one more name on a
long list of big names coming to campus
this trimester thanks to Forums and its
director Jack Zucker.
We think Forums is doing an excellent
job and hope it continues.

Viet Nam Needs Socialism

(David Morris, a graduate student
in political science will be a re regular
gular regular columnist in The Alligator
henceforth. Morris did his under undergraduate
graduate undergraduate work at Cornell.)
Alligator Columnist
It is about time, after more
than one-and-a-half years of con constant
stant constant buildup in Viet Nam, for
the average citizen to sit back and
once more review both our goals
and our success in attaining them.
The American government has
been notably hesitant in openly ex explaining
plaining explaining its true purposes, a hes hesitancy
itancy hesitancy which precipitated what Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Arthur Goldberg euphe euphemistically

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Retrospectively Yours

The Young Turks have struck
and everybody on the third floor
is trying to guess their motives.
Accusations of every kind have
been running through the Student
Government offices after Gary
Goodrich registered the 27-man
United Party just 30 minutes be before
fore before the qualifying deadline last
Some people have even suggested
that Decision Party magnate Mike
Colodny is behind the whole thing.
Others have suggested that Ernie
Litz is running United Party from
his Gainesville High School class classroom.
room. classroom.
If one sits down and analyzes
it, neither of these suggestions
comes close to the mark.
Colodny, to be sure, stands to
gain little from a United victory.
The slate has already been nam named
ed named and there arent any Pi Lamb Lambda
da Lambda Phis on the list. In fact there
are no big fraternities at all.
Most of the United candidates
are independents who have never
strayed into politics and, there therefore,
fore, therefore, have no commitments to
Colodny or any other Blue Key.
The Litz accusation holds no
water at all. Ernie, you see, has
given up politicking for working.
And teaching a history class in
high school when your memory is
as bad as Litz doesn't allow
time for such goings-on.

mistically euphemistically called a credibility
gap. But let us honestly under undertake
take undertake the cumbersome task of pick picking
ing picking our way fc'ough the mass of
facts *n*J (item s which the ad administiWon
ministiWon administiWon throws our way in
order to discover some basics.
TTiere must be one of two rea reasons
sons reasons for our presence in Viet Vietnam.
nam. Vietnam. Either we are there to help
the Vietnamese people in attaining
a better standard of living and in
retaining some basic individual individuality,
ity, individuality, or we are there to protect
the territory of the United States.
We must fight them there or
we will have to fight them closer
to Hawaii. (This, however, will be
scrutinized in another article).

Alligator Editorial Editor

The old Apathy Party, which
fared so well in spring elections,
is not totally unrepresented in Uni United,
ted, United, however. Former Apathy
Vice-presidential candidate Bob
Sturm is an off-campus Leg Coun Council
cil Council representative.
Even Birthday Party has repre representation.
sentation. representation. Jack Meyers, the man
who bought half the radishes, is
also running for an off-campus
Which makes the party com completely
pletely completely homogeneous.

Florida Alligator Staff
Photo Editor Society Editor Editorial Assistant
General Assignment Editor Wire Editor
STAFF WRITERS Marti Cochran, Bob Beck, Barbara Frank,
Sue Froemke, Sharon Bauer, Barbara Gefen. Lin Johnson, Maury
Olicker, Harry Moore, Kathie Keim, Mike Barrel, Jean Mamlin,
Betty Diamond.
ASSISTANT EDITORS Judy Redfern, Dot Bell, Sherrie Bras Braswell,
well, Braswell, Tom Giliberti, Joe Torchia, Louis Nobo, Kathy Deagan,
Brenda Latt, Justine Hartman, Aggie Fowles, Tyler Tucker.
In order to better cover campus events uw Au* 6 cor uses
reporters from the School of Journalism and Communications
Their bylines are followed by Alligator Correspondent.

Without attempting the erudite
task of explaining who them is
and exactly now we got mere, let
me try to discover the validity
of the above motives.
The argument has often been
presented that we will bring the
Vietnamese people democracy,
free enterprise, and prosperity.
The fact of the matter is that
democracy as such exists in
few, if any, countries of the world
today. Vietnam needs a strong cen central
tral central government and state plan planning
ning planning in order to bring it into
step with the contemporary world
(if, indeed, that is what it de desires).
sires). desires). The best government for
an underdeveloped country with
such divisive factions as the mil military,
itary, military, the Catholics, the Budd Buddhists,
hists, Buddhists, the Cao Dai and the Mon Montagnards,
tagnards, Montagnards, is a socialist one. Os
this there can be little disagree disagreement,
ment, disagreement, unless one wants to sub substitute
stitute substitute the word socialist with
one with similar meaning. The
United States managed to evolve
into a semi-democracy with the
blessing of a 3,000 mile insul insulator.
ator. insulator. Vietnam has no such iso isolation
lation isolation with no West to,%pt as a
safety valve. It must be pulled
into the 20th century no matter
how brusquely.
All right, lets begin again. We
are fighting to bring socialism to
Vietnam, a slogan which Woodrow
Wilson would certainly not approve
of. As for prosperity, the rice
crop of South Vietnam, a major
export item usually, has had to
be imported for two years. Sai Saigon,
gon, Saigon, according to impartial re reporters,
porters, reporters, has been turned into one
big brothel. It has become one
of the dirtiest cities in the world
as rats roam the streets brazen brazenly.
ly. brazenly.
As for survival, the United
States, along with the North Viet Vietnamese
namese Vietnamese and our numerous allies,
have so far managed to kill about
250,000 South Vietnamese. Out of
a total of 16 million, thats pretty
It seems that James Reston,
columnist for the New York Times,
was right when he wrote we are
going to give democracy to the
Vietnamese people if we have to
kill every last one of them.
(but we know that its socialism
that we are to give them) Does
the United States have the right
to tell a Vietnamese peasant that
he is better off dead than under
a regime controlled by commun communists?
ists? communists? Indeed, how many Americans
could answer this difficult ques question
tion question without actually facing such
a situation?
Has the American government
really been fighting for the Viet Vietnamese
namese Vietnamese peasant? Lyndon Johnson
thinks so. So does Dean Rusk. But
tragically the answer must be no.
In theory, yes, certainly the Viet Vietnamese
namese Vietnamese would rather live in New
York than Peking. But are we
adapting ourselves to the real realities
ities realities of the situation? Is it worth
it to the Vietnamese people?

To Gator?
Where, oh where, has The Al Alligator
ligator Alligator gone? The real one, that
is. I know that the genuine imi imitation
tation imitation Alligator that we have now
is safer, more sanitary, and comes
in delicate shades of orange and
blue, but I miss the old, scroun scroungy,
gy, scroungy, battered, hide-of-many-colors
What has happened to the pages
full of letters-to-the-editor, the
controversial columnists (Bill Kil Killeen,
leen, Killeen, Ed Richer and others), and
the strong editorials that didnt
hesitate to point out weaknesses
and behind-the-scene skull-drug skull-druggery.
gery. skull-druggery.
Now we get Batman (*!#?), one
gallant effort by Alan Levin in
the letter department, and an ed editorialist
itorialist editorialist with tired blood, tired
brain and tired, tired vocabulary.
The Alligator has a great po potential
tential. potential 1 Last winters Gator un under
der under Benny Cason, and the Summer
Gator showed this. Unfortunate Unfortunately,
ly, Unfortunately, someone seems to be trying
to hide this fact from Editor
Sears (or is Editor Sears trying
to hide from this fact?). Some of
the columnists are trying hard,
but they cant do it alone. Bring
back the old Alligator, and let
it roar.
$1 Per Mock
I was unknowingly driving the
wrong way on a one way street
when I was pulled over to the
curb and given a ticket.
When I went to the police sta station,
tion, station, the officer in charge said
I could post a S3O bond and ap appear
pear appear in court or pay a sls fine.
I paid the sls.
The one way sign was at least
30 feet from the intersection from
which I pulled out. I did not see
the sign until I was already on
the one way street. There were
no cars on the street and before
I could turn at the first turn turnoff
off turnoff I was stopped and given a
ticket. The officer would not let
me explain.
The campus fine for the same
offensends $5. Why should the
same .offedse be $lO more only
10 blocks away? Does the fine go
up $1 every block away from cam campus?
pus? campus?

Against Kappa Sigma
It is a well-known fact that a Florida man needs no intro introduction,
duction, introduction, but Im sure that this does not include a boy (I hate
to call him a man) asking girls on the street to submit to
my desires, as a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity did
on Saturday night. I challenge the house to give a reasonable
defense for the conduct of this insulting drunk or take strid strides
es strides to improve the character of its insolent brood.
It is not in any way flattering to be jeered at, propositioned
or laughed at from fraternity house windows or balconies.
Are they proud of this conduct? If so, I will be glad to graduate
and leave this haven for Greek demons.
I would be interested in any suggestions for alleviating this
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It Sure Was Nice In The Aisles

Alligator Columnist
It was a hot, sultry day at the University of Florida, the sun
shimmering off Radio Road. Students were changing classes, some
going home to their dorm or apartment to avoid the heat. Here
and there students began to converse upon Florida Fields West
stands, for the ticket window was due to open. The weekend was
nearing and many last-minute fans were hurrying to find a place
in line. A crowd was gathering, milling about and overflowing
onto the street. More people, individually and in groups, joined
the crowd, swelling its ranks. Starting small, it was now increasing
its size every minute. Long lines grew from the inner mass,
reaching in all directions, twisting in odd formations. The grow growing,
ing, growing, grappling crowd took on the look of a giant organism, formed
of each separate being.
After a short time, the high afternoon sun began to take its
toll, as it beat down on unprotected heads. Droplets of sweat ap appeared
peared appeared on the no-longer-smiling faces. Some dropped dejectedly
to the ground, while others succumbed and left the agony of the
A Puppet Leads Puppets

First let me offer my congrad congradulations
ulations congradulations on what appears to be
the finest Alligator yet produced.
Certainly with the finest assort assortment
ment assortment of creative columnists ever
assembled for a college daily.
Even a real Sopwith Camel with
a live Newt.
While I see that the traditional
battle between Florida Blue Key
(the vested interests) and the
rest of the student body, con continues
tinues continues over privileged football
seating, I am also sure that an another
other another special area of general
agreement between the noble stu student
dent student leaders and the powers that
be has come about.
Three years ago when Paul Hen Hendrick
drick Hendrick was president of the stu student
dent student body (and the last indepen independent
dent independent president, and not just a
non-Greek independent, either) the
UF Athletic Department attempt attempted
ed attempted to raise the price of date tic tickets.
kets. tickets. Hendrick honored his cam campaign
paign campaign commitments by telling the
Athletic Department to go fly a
kite and using all the powers
at his disposal (including the

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threatening of Homecoming sanc sanctions)
tions) sanctions) to prevent the price rise.
NOW, right in the middle of
Buddy Jacobs student government
campus renaissance, where his
Drivate committee has placed Blue
Key on the 50, nothing is done.
There was no public announce announcement
ment announcement (or at least none that was
designed to be noticed by the pub public)
lic) public) about the sudden rise in date
ticket prices. Buddy Jacobs
and his Student Party (notably
absent when the Fair Bloc Seat Seating
ing Seating Bill was brought up this sum summer)
mer) summer) campaigned under a slogan
that Student Government Doesnt
Have to Take NO For An Ans Answer!
wer! Answer!
It couldn't be that SG refused
to rock the boat, and they DID
take NO for an answer could it?
No, of course not, Buddy Jacobs
was elected by almost 1 f not
quite) 40 per cent of th< aident
body. And he would never never
do anything against the best in interests
terests interests of the student body, would
This years student body elec elections
tions elections will be of key (pardon the
t pun) importance. Maybe the stu students
dents students will have a choice between
another smiling puppet and a real
leader who will not represent
privileged groups, but represent
the students.
The same promises are made
and broken every year. It seems
appropriate almost that a puppet
would lead a mass of puppets
doesnt it?
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hot wait. Here and there a line shortened, only to be replenished
by new arrivals. The sun swung higher and higher, its glare in increasing
creasing increasing as it rose. The heat could be sensed pulsating among
the crowd, almost as if with its own demoniac intent. There was
little shelter for the throng. Heat was being reflected from the
walls and street.
Movement slackened when one of the lines was closed. Its
members tried to push in with the others. Angry words were
exchanged, tempers began to ignite, and some amount of shoving
and pushing ensued. the confusion died down, as the
line moved a few centimeters, pacifying the crowd.
It seemed as if there were no longer any movement, whatso whatsoever.
ever. whatsoever. Sunburned faces wore scowls of irritation. Here and there
an angry curse or dejected sigh broke the sultry silence. Words
of reassurement fell on deaf ears. The crowd was growing im impatient
patient impatient and angry.
The crowd passed another hour, packed together under the blis blistering
tering blistering glare of the angry sun. Nerves were on edge, eyes were
aching, and Sweat was freely flowing. It seemed as though the crowd
were going to explode into a wild mob. Then at the last minute
another window was opened the proverbial safety valve,
and the lines began to shorten. The crowd was again pacified into
the belief that maybe the system knew what it was doing after afterall,
all, afterall, until Someone found out that theyd been selling
tickets for the unfinished seats for the last hour. The sound and
the fury of hot, mad college students on the rampage broke the
still air.
Os course, this isnt what really happened. Instead, no one found
out until they got to the stadium, game time, and had to sit in
the aisles or stand in the construction area for two hours. Oh,
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$4; Book shelves, $5; Window fan,
$7; Shortwave and broadcast radio,
$5; Jungle hammock, $7. Call John
Ware, 372-2476. (A-10-3t-c).
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 Knock Knockabout
about Knockabout 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-U-st-c).
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).
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).
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FENDER Mustang Guitar w/case,
stretch cord, two straps. Call 372-
9168 Harvey Gilmore, room 416,
Thomas J. (A-13-lt-p).
FOR SALE 1958 BMW, 500 cc.
Many extras, also 1965 Honda
S-90 excellent condition. Se 20 NW Bth St. Mike Winegar, up upstairs
stairs upstairs apt. (A-13-3t-p).
MUST SELL 1964 HONDA, 150 cc,
good condition, $235. Call 372-
6949. (A-13-3t-c).
SACRIFICE -two Standell speak speaker
er speaker cabinets each with two 12
inch Jensen speakers. 10 months
old. Great for Stero, guitar, bass
or PA. List for $998, will take
$250 each or $475 for both. 372-
6949. (A-13- 3t-c).
BEST BUY Trailer with beau beautifully
tifully beautifully finished cabana. Air con conditioned,
ditioned, conditioned, ww carpeting, complete completely
ly completely furnished. Practically on cam campus.
pus. campus. Glynnwood Trl. Park, Phone
372-5540. (A-13-ts-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-
A/C Furnished Apt., 3 blocks from
campus/$62.50. A/C private room
with refrigerator, S4O. Call 372-
8840 or 378-3166. (B-4-ts-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-11-st-c).
PETER PAN Motel only 20
min. from Gainesville on US 41
and 27 North in Williston. Re Reserved
served Reserved rooms for University
events. $8 for two double beds.
Phone JAckson 8-3941. (B-13-4t (B-13-4tc).
c). (B-13-4tc).
large air conditioned one bedroom
apartment. Three blocks from
campus. Five minute walk from
sorority row. SSO per month. Call
Pattie Fryer, 378-2423 or 372-
3434. (B-13-4t-c).

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for rent
1 bedroom apartment, twinbeds,
air conditioned downstairs, wall
to wall carpeting, 3 yrs. old,
private patio, phone 376-3179 or
372-0565. (B-13-3t-c).
LAW STUDENT wants roommate
to share single bedroom in Fred Fredericks
ericks Fredericks Garden Apt. Swimming pool,
air conditioning, etc., $125/2 plus
utilities. Phone 378-6484, 1130
S.W. 16th Ave. Apt. 38. (C-13-
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).
people. Student wives wish to care
for your children in their homes.
$12.50 per 5 day week. Conven Convenient
ient Convenient to campus. Supervised re recreation
creation recreation and activities. Fun *an
games. Age group 3 to 5 years.
Call 378-6825. 1327 NW 7th Ave.
photography. Small Prints, special
price to students. Sneeringer
Photography, next to SpudnutShop,
378-1170. (M-12-3t-c).
TITLE upon payment of ad in
Alligator, owner will be given
title. (M-9-tf-nc).
CLASSICAL and Flamenco Guitar
Lessons, Afternoon and Evenings,
Call 378-8024. (M-9-10t-p).
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).
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).

* services
CREATE a dress from your own
original dlesign 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).
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-11-st-c).
help wanted
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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). I
F LORIDA BOOKS TORE, 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 j
apply in person. (E-10-st-c).
with art or music training to work
part-time in Nursery school. CaU
Dorothy Browning, 372-2981 for
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mediately immediately to handle photo appoint appointments,
ments, appointments, minimum typing for period
Sept. 19, 1966 to October 28, 1966.
Hours daily Monday through Fri Friday,
day, Friday, 12-5 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. and
10-1 p.m. Saturdays, room 9, Flor Florida
ida Florida Union. Ext. 2832. (E-13-4t-c).
RECEPTIONIST, secretary for pe pediatrics
diatrics pediatrics office, at least three years
availability desired. Ability to deal
with people essential. Typing and
dictaphone required. Write Box
2427, stating age, education, qua qualifications
lifications qualifications and references. (E-13-
PART TIME work for students
evenings and/or Saturdays. Male Maleexperience
experience Maleexperience in proper fitting mens
suits, sportcoats and slacks. Fe Female-attractive,
male-attractive, Female-attractive, neat, well
groomed, experienced in cosmet cosmetics,
ics, cosmetics, ladies handbags, jewelry, etc.
Wilsons Dept. Store, 22 E. Uni University
versity University Ave. (E-13-3t-c).
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help wanted
4EED 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).
MALE STUDENT to work even evenngs
ngs evenngs Sunday through Thursday on
student newspaper. Good typing
ability. Do not apply unless you
can type 60 words per minute or
better. Board of Student Publica Publications,
tions, Publications, Basement, Florida Union.
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---11-st-c).
--11-st-c). (E---11-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---10
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1 sc
1963 AUSTIN HEALY Sprite, red
with black top, wsw, call 376-
5455. fG- l-st-cl.
1965 VW, excellent condition, red,
push-button radio, sun roof, 16,-
000 miles, best offer. See at Lake
Shore Towers, Apt. 1103. (G-11-3t-pl.
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).
1965, perfect condition, call 378-
2186 after 5 p.m. (G-12-3t-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).

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1962 VW, ww, seat belt, engine
recently overhauled, 55,000 miles,
SBOO. Call John Ross, 376-3211,
ext. 5652. (G-11-3t-c).
FOR SALE 1961 Renault Dc.u Dc.u-phine,
phine, Dc.u-phine, good running condition. Call
378-4528. (G-13-st-c).
1964 CHEVELLE Super Sport, V V-8,
-8, V-8, four speed, call Cary, 372-
9136. (G-l l-3t-c).
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).
1965 RED TRIUMPH SpitflrtT-
Priced well below average retail
value, excellent condition. Call
376-2598 between 9 and 5 and on
evenings 372-2660. (G-11-st-c).
LOST University Calculus Book
in room 330 Physics Building,
Thursday, sth period, call 376-
3211, ext. 5193, 8-5 p.m. (L (L---13-3t-c).
--13-3t-c). (L---13-3t-c).
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).
TINA will not be available at
Mi Ladys due to surgery. Will
notify everyone of her return.
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).

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'Cats No Test;
Bulldogs Next
On Gator Menu


Its happening already!
Each of the last two seasons have seen the Fightin Gators get
off to a flying start toward a super season. Each year, the hopes of
Gator fans have risen to new heights. This past weekend was no
exception. Several students were heard to shout, Bringon Alabama.
In both 1964 and 1965, the Orange and Blue zoomed to a mark of
4-1 and into contention for the Southeastern Conference Crown, only
to finish 7-3 marks. It is much too early to predict great things
of this years grid squad.
What one must realize is that the green Gators have yet to prove
themselves. The second half of Saturdays stomp was not really
played under game-type conditions, since'the Northwestern Wildcats
did not offer much of a threat.
Northwestern turned out to be a breather on UFs schedule. The
43-7 stomp was the worst drubbing an SEC team ever handed a Big
10 school. Yet, when it was all over, and newlywed Steve Spurrier
had thrown three touchdown passes, set up a safety, and kicked two
field goals, Wildcat mentor Alex Agase still possessed a Big 10
superiority complex.
I definitely would not give Spurrier the nod over Bob Griese,
Agase said. Griese, Purdue quarterback, plays in the Big 10.
Agase made this comparison even though he has never coached against
a Griese-led squad.
This Saturday, UF tackles its first Southeastern Conference
opponent, perennial foe Mississippi State. Unlike Northwestern,
Mississippi State will be lean, and in shape,
Mississippi State will be used to the heat,
Mississippi State will not be riddled by injuries. .
Head UF Coach Ray Graves should have little trouble getting his
team up for Saturdays contest. The Bulldogs humiliated the Orange
and Blue at Florida Field last season, coming from behind to whip
the Gators, 18-13. This knocked the Gators out of SEC title con contention.
tention. contention.
For the second straight week, a Floridian figures to be the Gators
biggest worry. Wildcat Woody Campbell of Quincy, scored North Northwesterns
westerns Northwesterns lone touchdown. Bulldog Marcus Rhoden of Macclenny scored
two touchdowns as a sophomore against the Orange and Blue on runs
of 77 and 43 yards.
The villain of last years saga, Don Saget, returns, but in a dif different
ferent different role. At six f eet four, 220 pounds, Saget caught the game-winning game-winningpass
pass game-winningpass at Florida Field. This year, hes on the end of the plays, at
Last year, the Gators had a habit of sluming in the third quarter.
A trace of this was apparent against Northwestern, since the Orange
and Blue outscored the Cats by only a 9-7 margin. UF cannot let up
against Mississippi State, but then why should it. A team that gathered
as much momentum as the Gators in Saturdays fourth quarter (scor (scoring
ing (scoring 17 points) shouldnt want to look back for the rest of the season.

UPI Poll Adds Coaches;
First Ratings Tuesday

NEW YORK (UPI) -- Four new
coaches will serve on the 1966
United Press International Foot Football
ball Football coaches rating board that will
begin rating the nations major
collegiate teams weekly after
games of Saturday, Sept. 17.
The board is made up of five
outstanding coaches from each of
the seven geographical sections
of the nation. Their ratings are
recognized as the most authori authoritative
tative authoritative in college football.
The new board members are
Mike Giddings of Utah, Bill Elias
of Navy, Bob Blackman of Dart Dartmouth
mouth Dartmouth and Jim MacKenzie of
Oklahoma. Blackman served on
the board previously when he was
coach at the University of Denver.
The first of the 1966 ratings
will be released for afternoon
newspapers of Tuesday Sept. 20.
The ratings will be released al alternately
ternately alternately for Tuesday morning and
Tuesday afternoon newspapers.
Each of the 35 coaches will
rate the top 10 teams each week.
Their selections are used only
to reach a consensus and never
on aa individual basis. Points
are warded on the basis of 10
for o lice vote, nine fora

second and so on down to one for
a 10th.
This will be the 17th season
that the nations foremost college
coaches have rated the teams for
United Press International.
- At the end of the season the
UPI presents a permanent trophy
to the football team chosen by the
coaches as the best in the land.
Michigan State was crowned the
National Champion last year. It
was the second crown for the
Spartans, who also won the coveted
honor in 1952.
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SEC Has Victorious Saturday,
Defeats Three Other Leagues

UPI Sports Writer
ATLANTA Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference boosters will have keen
interest this fall in how North Northwestern
western Northwestern fares in its Big lObattles.
There has been a long-time con controversy
troversy controversy over which of these two
conferences play the better foot football.
ball. football. Just about everyone agrees
that the SEC and Big 10 are the
top two college football leagues
but disagree over which is first.
The issue has remained mainly
unsolved because the two confer conferences
ences conferences seldom meet on the field
of combat.

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An exception, and the only one
this season, came Saturday when
The Florida Gators were host to
Northwestern and whipped the big bigger
ger bigger Wildcats 43-7.
Big Saturday
Saturday was a great day for
the Southeastern Conference.
Louisiana State beat South Carol Carolina
ina Carolina and Paul Dietzel 28-12; rebuilt
Kentucky shut out North Carolina
and Danny Talbott 10-0; Ole Miss
beat Memphis State again, 13-0;
Vanderbilt cruised past The
Citadel 24-0; and Auburn, scoring

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two touchdowns in the final five
minutes, downed charged up Chat Chattanooga
tanooga Chattanooga 20-6.
While the conference was flexing
its muscles against outsiders,
there was only one league battle
on the opening day slate. That went
to Georgia which edged Mississippi
State 20-17 on a field goal by little
Bobby Etter with barely two min minutes
utes minutes left to play.
The Southeast independents also
did well Georgia Tech, trailing
3-0 at halftime, blitzed Texas
A & M 38-3; Miami Fla. beat
Colorado 24-3; Tulane, making its
independent debut, beat Virginia
Tech 13-0 and Southern
Mississippi beat Louisiana Tech,
the team which opens Alabamas
season next Saturday, 14-0. Flori Florida
da Florida State was a loser, bowing to
Houston 21-13.
Thriller All Way
The Georgia-Mississippi State
game was a thriller all the way.
State led 3-0 and 10-7, Georgia
led 17-10 and the score was tied
twice at 10-10 and 17-17 before
the 150-pound Etter, who had a
29-yard field goal earlier, kicked
the 18-yarder that put Georgia in
first place in this years SEC
Defending champion Alabama
and leading contender Tennessee
both are opening their seasons a
week later than the other teams.
The big news at LSU, in addition
to the wildly acclaimed victory
over former coach Dietzel, is
that quarterback Nelson Stokleys
knee is well again. Stokley car carried
ried carried the ball 15 times and gained
78 yards, scoring the Bengals
first touchdown on an 11-yard
Vanderbilt quarterback Gary
Davis, the heralded junior college
graduate, lived up to his billing
by completing 12 of 19 passes and
scoring two touchdowns.
One of the Southeasts finest
performances was turned in by
junior tailback Lenny Snow of
Georgia Tech. Snow, who didnt
start because of ribs,
scored three touchdowns while
running for 113 yards car carries.
ries. carries.

Tacklers Get Praise
After Wildcat Battle

Alligator Sports Writer
Coach Ray Graves Monday cal called
led called the Gator defense the most
improved part of the squad after
the team turned Northwesterns
southern invasion Saturday into a
43-7 disaster.
Believe me -- the defensive
squad had pressure or them at
halftime, said Graves as a steady
drizzle fell on the Gator practice
field. Remember last years en encounter
counter encounter with the Wildcats?
In the 1965 season the Florida
team led Northwestern 17-0 at
halftime. Before the final gun
sounded the scrappy squad had
mustered two more touchdowns to
Floridas one.
Graves mentioned defensive
standouts Larry Rentz, safety;
Jack Card, linebacker; and Red
Anderson, guard.
The coach also had kind words
for the offensive team who chalked
up the 36 point margin.

Graham McKeel Makes Comeback;
Junior Fullback Brightens Horizon

Assistant Sports Editor
Graham McKeels comeback has
brightened the Gators horizon.
Tue junior fullback, red-shirted
last season with a sprained knee,
has run full speed in practices
and has regained his status as
a first-team back.
I have long maintained that
McKeel, free of injuries and able
to practice and play regularly,
would become one of the best
fullbacks Florida has ever had,
says Coach Ray Graves. He is
an all-around back who runs,
blocks and catches passes better
than most folks.
The sandy-haired Lakeland
speedster has solved a lineup pro problem
blem problem for Graves. Fullback, a

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start mentioning fullback Graham
McKeel for the Jacobs Trophy
for blocking, commented Graves.
He continued, He turned in the
finest blocking exhibition Ive seen
at Florida.
The blond McKeel, a junior, has
seen little action on Florida Field
due to injuries. Graves believes
the 203-pound Lakeland boy could
become one of the best fullbacks
to play for Florida if he stays
The coach said he thought the
offensive team looked good in all
phases of running, kicking, pas passing
sing passing and blocking.
But, said Graves, were not
awed by the score against North Northwestern.
western. Northwestern. Just two weeks ago we
were really making mistakes in
practice. Graves paused for a
second and then said, Anyway,
Mississippi State is not North Northwestern.
western. Northwestern.

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Defense Surprises Graves

TODAY Sports Editor
It seemed rather preposterous.
Here Florida has scored more
points on a Big 10 team than any
Southeastern Conference school
ever. And everybody was raving
about the Gator defense.

Ray Graves had been weeping
crocodile tears and moaning about
the difficulties in stopping oppon opponents.
ents. opponents.
All Graves asked was for an
average defense. But it was more
than that Saturday in the Gators
resounding 43-7 win over North Northwestern.
western. Northwestern. It was sterling.
Defensive mastermind Gene El Ellenson
lenson Ellenson just sat there, completely
naked, in his chair after the game.
He wanted to say the defense was
great. But something held him
back. He was careful not to gen generate
erate generate too much optimism.
Yeah, I thought we did a pretty
good job, Ellenson agreed. But
I didnt like that 78-yard drive
they (Northwestern) scored on.

Keel has become the top fullback
with senior Marquis Baeszler, jun junior
ior junior Wayne Barfield and sophomore
Tom Christian as substitutes.
McKeel, known for his quick quickness
ness quickness through the offensive line
and for his agile blocking, has
given a steady performance in fall
As a sophomore, McKeel gained
64 yards in 13 carries, seeing
limited action behind Larry Dupree
and Alan Poe. Late in the season,
his knee folded. The nemesis has
hampered him since.
Determined and anxious, the
fullback anticipates more game
My bad leg feels real good.
I have been over-working my right
leg, but I am ready to play,
McKeel says.
He has regained his speed
through the line but still has some
trouble on sweeps and cuts. Ifeel
some pain cutting to the right
because of my left leg, but I can
still run outside, McKeel said.
Baeszler, 184-pound utility
player, supports McKeel. Baesz Baeszler
ler Baeszler has been used in several
backfield positions but will
probably see most of his game
action behind McKeel.
Christian, sophomore 200-
pounder, has the least experience
of the fullbacks but has impressed
Gator coaches throughout practice.
Christians speed and open-field
agility will be used extensively.
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Tuesday, September 20, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

Ive got to be realistic. The
conditioning paid off. Northwestern
was not as good at this point this
season as they were last season.
And right now Im thinking
about nine others.
Somebody pointed out that, ex except
cept except for the long drive, North Northwesterns
westerns Northwesterns attack was blunted.
Only a little over 200 yards
you gave up, said a reporter.
Were not counting statistics
this year, said Ellenson who in
past years has kept abreast of such
stuff. We just want to keep them
away from the goal line.
Keeping Florida away from the
goal line this season is going

Flu Bug Helps Tackle
Play Better Football

Alligator Sports Writer
In the football world, the flu
is taboo. Don Giordano is one
football player who discounts such
a notion.
Giordano plays defensive left
tackle. Against Northwestern, he
contributed six unassisted tackles
and batted down two attempted pas passes.
ses. passes.
Giordano called it a good day,
not the best, but good for a start.'
Things weren't always so good.
When spring practice started,
Giordano tipped the scales at 235
pounds. Today he weighs 208. It
was the flu that accounts for the
After I got better, I found that
my speed, quickness and agility
were increased with 27 fewer
pounds. I was determined to stay
in shape and not gain the weight
back, says Giordano.
Its a good thing I did stay
in shape, he continues. Our
defense has changed drastically
this season from the old 5-4 to
the Split-six defense which Al Alabama
abama Alabama uses. It is a defense that
calls for speed and agility and a
real desire to play defense.
Our defense this year is smal smaller,
ler, smaller, but quicker. Each of us know
that weve got to play as a unit
if were going to maintain a good
defensive team. I think we showed
some people in the Northwestern
game that we can do the job.
Giordano is a junior from Arch Archbishop
bishop Archbishop Curley High School in
Miami. In high school he was
All-state two years in a row, hon honorable
orable honorable mention All-Am erica and
Most Valuable Player in the North-
South High School All-Star game.
As a freshman Don was awarded
the Best Freshmen Lineman. Last
season, he was second string de defensive
fensive defensive tackle.
Giordano is fast and agressive.
He is pleased that the defense
is emphasizing speed.
I love to pursue those offen offensive
sive offensive guys, getem and be mean
about the whole thing. I know one
thing: in football nice guys dont
finish first, Giordano exclaims.
Giordano is quick to say that,
despite the defenses performance
against Northwestern, the game
proves little and should not be a
measuring stick for future en encounters.
counters. encounters.
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to be a problem for anybody.
Now that Steve Spurrier kicks
field goals -- he booted two Sat Saturday
urday Saturday the gators wield an even
more potent attack.
And Spurrier has taught his un understudies
derstudies understudies well. When he wasnt
in Stephenson was making a pest
of himself. Harmon Wages also
was a nuisance. Between the three
of them they accounted for 390
yards and 36 points.
Hey Ray somebody hollered
to Graves, You dont have a
chance of winning this season --
unless you get some depth at

We went out there expecting a
rough game. Needless, to say, I
was disappointed. Northwestern i
was not a good football team. We
got on top and just kept pouring
it on. We are the type of team
that comes to play ball, and if any
team wants to give us the ad advantages,
vantages, advantages, well takeem. -North -Northwestern
western -Northwestern just gave up.
* mi
... a good start
Giordano is aware that the de defense
fense defense has yet to really be test tested
ed tested under pressure, but he be believes
lieves believes that the team will pass
its tests. Weve got some tough
sophomores and a lot of spirit.
This team is fired up. We think
were good. We want to go 10-0,
Id love like heck to see us in
the Orange Bowl on (lew Years
Day against Alabama.
He says, 'Hie ends have the
prerogative of blitzing the quarter quarterback
back quarterback or falling off and watching
the flanks. We tackles must there therefore
fore therefore strive to keep the quarter quarterback
back quarterback in the pocket so the guards
can get to him. Weve got to move!*'
Concerning the Mississippi State
game Saturday, Giordano talks vic victory.
tory. victory. We can beat them. And
weve got an additional incentive
they beat us last season.
Don Giordano is a determined
football player who radiates con confidence.
fidence. confidence. He believes in his team.
He thinks that this can be the
Our team is like one big family.
We dont break training rules this
year; were 100 per cent foot football.
ball. football. I think we can do it. Gior Giordano
dano Giordano says.
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