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>I t J
BRENNAN
. . speaks today
Scholarship
Convocation
Set Today
Twenty-two UF students will re receive
ceive receive J. Hillis Miller Memorial
Scholarship awards as part of the
annual convocation in Florida Gym.
During the convocation, all scho scholarship
larship scholarship societies, leading scholas scholastic
tic scholastic fraternities, sororities and re residence
sidence 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.
The convocation starts officially
with an academic procession at
11 a.m.
Convocation highlight will be the
presentation of J. Hillis Miller
Memorial Scholarships worth SIOO
to five freshmen, five sophomores
and 12 academic leaders from up upper
per upper division schools and colleges.
The scholarships were ex extablished
tablished extablished in memory of the late
Dr. J. Hillis Miller,UF presi president
dent president from 1947 to 1953.
Among other scholarship recip recipients
ients recipients to be introduced as groups
will be those designated by the
University of Florida Alumni As Association,
sociation, Association, and the Frederick W.
and Grace P. Brecht, Metta Heath Heathcote
cote Heathcote Food Fair Scholarship win winners.
ners. winners.
Fourth period classes will be
dismissed so students may attend
the convocation.
TAC ORIENTATION
Tolbert Area Council (TAC) will
hold an orientation banquet for its
new members Thursday at 6:30
p.m. in the banquet room of the
Student Service Center. Guests
include Dean of Men Frank Adams,
Assistant Director of Housing
Fred King, Student Body President
Buddy Jacobs and Student Body
Vice-President Fred Breeze.
Inside Todays
ALLIGATOR
Humphrey Visit 3
UPI World News 4,5
Newt Simmons Column . 6
Our Man Hoppe 7
Batman Likes Lox .... 9
Bisher Looks At
Bulldogs 11
Gators Bth in Country . 12

Seating
Second
Reading
To Follow
By AGGIE FOWLES
Alligator Staff Writer
After over two hours of de deliberation
liberation deliberation Tuesday night, Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Council approved the first
reading of the Fair Group Seat Seating
ing Seating Bill. Formerly the Fair Bloc
Seating Bill, the bill was accepted
as a substitute amendment for the
original proposal. The second
reading is scheduled for next Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday.
When Majority Floor Leader
Scott Bayman (Student Party) in introduced
troduced introduced the substitute a number
of attempts were made to amend
the revision.
Sam Block moved that Student
Government and Florida Blue Key
-for services rendered be
awarded preferential seating.
Services are rendered out of
the goodness of your heart, not
for brownie points or good seat seating,
ing, seating, Greg Johnson asserted. And
so the debate continued .
Viewing the proceedings from
the back of the auditorium were
Blue Key members Bob Rich and
Don Beckmeyer.
A member of the rules and
calendar committee, Terry Moore
challenged the Alligator for in intimidating
timidating intimidating the Council members.
Moore questioned Minority
Floor leader Gary Goodrich who
several months ago said he fav favored
ored favored preferential seating for Blue
Key.
Goodrich explained to the Coun Council
cil Council he earlier had voted for pre preferential
ferential preferential seating of Blue Key.
At the time thatl votedyes,
Goodrich explained, I felt the
few seats Blue Key would have
were immaterial.
Now I want Blue Key to know
they dont have to defeat the en entire
tire entire bill to have preferential bloc
seating, he said.
An article in the revised bill
provides that a group may ob obtain
tain obtain preferential seating by re re(SEE
(SEE re(SEE SEATING BILL PAGE 2)

Breeze Says
Very Proud
i
Os Council
For the first time since my
election I am extremely proud to
be the presiding officer of this
Legislative Council, said Fred
Breeze tuesday night.
The SG vice-president made this
remark Tuesday night when the
Council defeated an amendment to
include Florida Blue Key and Stu Student
dent Student Government in preferential
seating.
There can be no doubt that
some of these representatives have
risked their political futures in
supporting this bill, Breeze said
after the meeting.
Ive gained tremendous res respect
pect respect for those who were able to
vote according to the dictates of
their conscience, he said.
The first step toward a Council
as an effective third branch of
government is the general know knowledge
ledge knowledge the members cant be in intimidated
timidated intimidated by anyone, he said.
According to Breeze, the Council
has taken that step.

Bill Gets Council Nod
TJie Florida
. 4
Alligator

Vol. 59, No. 14

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OPENS SEASON BIG -- speedy
junior Richard Trapp opens the
Gator season in a big way
against Northwestern, galloping
into the end zone after being
on the receiving end of a Steve

SG Off-Campus Housing
To Conduct Investigation

By KATHIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
Off-campus housing depart departments
ments departments will set up a program to
conduct open hearings on stu student
dent student housing.
Members will include one mem member
ber member of Legislative Council, one
faculty member, a member of
the administration and a selected
student from off-campus housing.
Wayne Ritch, new secretary of
off-campus housing, is undertak undertaking
ing undertaking action to investigate these pro problems
blems problems and will also serve on the
committee representing SG.
Half the students enrolled do
not live in campus housing, said
Ritch.ln the past there has been
nobody in SG for these people to
bring problems to and get things
done.

" People who
will appear be before
fore before the commit committee
tee committee will be in a
position to know
the facts, he ad added.
ded. added. "We want to
talk to the city
c ommission ommissioners,
ers, ommissioners, if possible,
merchants, pub public
lic public utility per personnel-,
sonnel-, personnel-, interested
faculty, adminis adminisfl\

tration personnel, the director of
ofl-campus housing and interested
students
The committee will cover util utilities,
ities, utilities, gas and telephone rates,
general housing conditions, land-

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lord and tenant problems, and
tax problems.
Two additional committees are
planned.
The first committee will look
into the possibility of a uniform
housing contract for off-campus
housing.
The second committee will re review
view review the recently passed Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Housing Code. The Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Housing Code is not felt to

UF SWEETHEARTS TRAVEL
FOR STATE PROMOTION

UFs three Homecoming Sweet Sweetheart
heart Sweetheart finalists will begin state statewide
wide statewide promotional trips on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Oct. 8, according to John,
LaCapra, contest chairman.
The three girls will be making
trips throughout the state to spon sponsor
sor sponsor Homecoming 66 and to repre represent
sent represent the student body, he said.
The first trip is to the Florida-
FSU football game on Oct. 8. The
finalists will be introduced at
halftime.
c s
On Friday, Oct. 14, the coeds
will go to Orlando where they
will receive a key to the city.
They will be guests of honor at a
party sponsored by the Orlando
UF Alumni Club.
The contestants will be in Tampa
on Saturday, Oct. 15, to tour Busch
Gardens and listen to a tape of the
UF-North Carolina game ata party
given by the Tampa Alumni Club.
While in Tampa, the finalists
will be fitted for the SSOO ward-

Wednesday, September 21, 1966

(Photo By Nick Arroyo)
Spurrier aerial. The Spurrier
to Trapp combination was one
of the reasons the Gators were
picked eighth in the first UPI
National poll.

be adequate because it does not
meet the standards for student
living conditions.Ritch said.
The hearings may be underway
by October, and the entire pro program
gram program may be finished by the end
of November.
Ritch also plans to set up the
office so off-campus students will
have an opportunity to air their
views.

robe to be presented to the winner
by Maas Brothers department
store.
That &ight they will be honored
during halftime at the University
of Tampa football game.
A NASA-sponsored tour of Cape
Kennedy and a tour of the Navy
shipyards in Jacksonville are also
planned for the girls.
HC Deadline
Extended
Deadline for Homecoming
Sweetheart applications has
been extended until Thursday,
at noon. Application forms
may be obtained at the Fla.
Blue Key Office.
All contestants will meet
this Thursday at 7 p.m.
in the Johnson Lounge of the
Fla. Union to receive instruc instructions
tions instructions and have their pictures
taken.



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I, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, September 21. 1966

questing it from the Council and
getting a two-thirds vote.
The first attempt to amend the
amendment failed.
A second debate centered around
the placement of the band and the
card section. The Council also
considered deleting the section of
the bill setting up a game with
seats distributed by grade-point
average. Motions to this effect
were defeated.
A final attempt to kill the bill
was made by Terry Moore, who
suggested that it be referred to
the judiciary committee and
brought back next week. His motion
didnt pass.

Leg Council Box Score

Vote on the first reading of Fair
Group Seating Bill:
AYES: Susan Williams, Mary
Frye, Jim Buzbee, Allan Casey,
Howard Freeman, Gary Goodrich,
Mark Horowitz, Greg Johnson,
Steve Kaufman, Jeanne Long, June
Mann, Harry Adkinson, Frank Al Almaguer,
maguer, Almaguer, Scott Bayman, David
Ross, Sam Block, Robert Bonanno,
Roger Brown, William Carr, Alice
Cohen, Deiter Gebhard, Janice Gu Guernsey,
ernsey, Guernsey, Donald Middlebrook, Ter Terry
ry Terry Moore, Tim Murray, Pam John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Jim Parsons, Beth Rupp, Ju Judy
dy Judy Rosenberger, Gary Schoffel,
Eric Smith, Bob Rhodes, David
Vosloh, Jack Zucker, Ron Geek Geekler,

Funds Donated To Furnish
Yon Hall Stadium Dorm

A gift of $25,000 half the
amount necessary to furnish Ev Everett
erett Everett Marion Yon Residence Hall
has been presented to the Uni University
versity University of Florida Foundation, Inc.,
by T. G. Buckner Jr. of Miami.
The gift, received and announced
by UF President J. Wayne Reitz,
was revealed Saturday at a meet meeting
ing meeting of friends of the late Col.
Yon who are seeking gifts total totaling
ing totaling $50,000 to furnish The sta stadium-residence
dium-residence stadium-residence hall.
Yon Hall, to be named in mem memory
ory memory of Col. Yon, founder of the
Gator Football Booster organiza organization,
tion, organization, is a 228-bed dormitory unit
being constructed beneath the east
stand addition under way at Flor Florida
ida Florida Field.
The air-conditioned hall will
house both Gator athletes and stu student
dent student non-athletes.
The $50,000 figure, according to
Head Coach Ray Graves, repre represents
sents represents the amount needed to pro provide
vide provide furnishings for the dormi dormitory
tory dormitory structure which is part of
the $2,465,000 addition to Flor Florida
ida Florida Field.
No state funds are involved in
the project, with basic support
provided from Athletic Associa Association
tion Association reserves and proceeds from
a private bond issue.

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SEATING BILL

(From Page 1)

In other action, the Council pas passed
sed passed a resolution that the Board
of Student Publications should not
rename the Seminole until a
full consideration of the action be
made by this body (Legislative
Council).
It was resolved that the Trea Treasurer
surer Treasurer of the Student Body should
pay funds only for the Seminole.
The Council appropriated funds
to have the complete minutes of
their meetings printed in the Al Alligator.
ligator. Alligator. However, no group was
authorized to have time printed.

ler, Geekler, Jerry Sawyers, Bob Lloyd,
Jim Kent, Bill Van Clete, Jack
Meyer, Janet Dipennworth, Hen Henry
ry Henry Colbert, Tom Volossi, Bob
Wilson, Bill Mantel and Jack
Young.
NAYS: Tom Cushman, Ron La Lanier,
nier, Lanier, Beverly Faber* Frank Har Harrison,
rison, Harrison, Skip Lambert, Dave Mc-
Govern, Augie Quesada, and Su Susan
san Susan Overstreet.
ABSTENTION: Irene Minkoff
ABSENT: Sharon Fouche, Karen
Kawas, Mike Pent, Bill Pollard,
Alyce Schweyer, Steven Zack, Mike
Bowen, James Cotton, Tim Dono Donohue,
hue, Donohue, Susan Hart, Mike Linberger
and Dan Sumner^

Mr. Buckner has made this
gift in memory of his late father,
Thaddeus G. Buckner, who years
ajo was an active and generous
friend of the UFs athletic pro program,
gram, program, Reitz said. In addition,
he gives it as a challenge to us
to raise the additional funds to
complete this most appropriate
memorial.
Buckner Sr., along with other
Jacksonville businessmen, pro provided
vided provided scholarships for Gator ath athletes
letes athletes during the 1930 s prior to
establishment of the Gator Foot Football
ball Football Boosters which later assist assisted
ed assisted in supporting athletic scholar scholarships.
ships. scholarships.

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HUMPHREY TO SPEAK
66 Homecoming Program Set

Homecoming 66 will take on a
flair of fantasy this year with a
capricious and carefree lark to
Disneyland. The two-day spectac spectacular,
ular, spectacular, which will be held on Oct.
29-30 includes the largest studqnt studqntproduced
produced studqntproduced program in the world
Gator Growl.
The 34th annual Gator Growl will
be, according to assistant
chairman, Bill Conner, fast fastpaced
paced fastpaced to enable spectators to enjoy
every second.
Attorney General Earl Fair Faircloth
cloth Faircloth will serve as emcee for
the show. The program will be
climaxed by the biggest and best
fireworks program ever, Conner
said.
An air show consisting of planes,
helicopters, and anything else that

Powers New Assistant Law Dean

Dr. Leonard S. Powers, a fa faculty
culty faculty member of the UFs Col College
lege College of Law since 1957, has been
appointed to the newly-created
position of associate dean of the
college. ..
Dean Frank E.j dj
Maloney announc- JBr
ed the appoint- Hi
ment Friday, fol- Wm'
lowing approval ill ; x
by the Board of| K|'
Regents at its; jH| I
monthly meeting 'M$
The new asso- yW
ciate deanshipj
was created at the POWERS
board meeting as
part of the colleges expansion

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can get off the ground is planned
by the ROTC. The aerial event,
which will be held on the upper
drill field, will begin at 12 noon
on Friday.
The colorful homecoming parade
will begin marching down Univer University
sity University Avenue at 1 p.m. The three threehour
hour threehour spectacle will include bands,
floats, state and local dignitaries
and of course, pretty girls.
The new law school ground groundbreaking
breaking groundbreaking will be held immediately
after the parade. Justice Tom C.
Clark of the United States Supreme
Court will be in command of the
golden shovel.
The Florida Blue Key banquet
will be held on the main floor of
Florida Gymnasium that after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Vice President Hubert H.
Humphrey will be guest speaker.

program, in preparation for the
move into the new law center in
1968, as well as in anticipation
of an increased enrollment.
Dean Powers has a broad back background
ground background in law, both in Florida
and North Carolina.
In 1963, he was appointed by
Gov. Farris Bryant to serve on
the Special Committee for the
Study of Abolition of the Death
Penalty.
Prior to leaving North Carolina,
where he served for five years
on the law faculty of Wake For Forest
est Forest College and one year at the
University of North Carolina, Dean
Powers was administrative assist assistant
ant assistant to Chief Justice Barnhill of
the North Carolina Supreme Court.

About 1,200 people are expected
to attend.
Swim Capades will be featured
in University Pool at 3:30, Friday
afternoon. Aquatics will be pro provided
vided provided by young members of an
AAU swim team from Orlando.
Pre-Growl ceremonies will
begin at 7 p.m. as Florida Field.
Three high school bands will be
featured this year. These cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies act as an informal intro introduction
duction introduction to Gator Growl
A reunion program is planned
at the Florida Showcase, univer university
sity university entrance at 10 a.m. Welcome
booths will be open all day for
alumni.
Florida will face Jacksonville
University in a soccer match Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning at 10. The two twohour
hour twohour match will be held on the
field adjacent to University
Avenue.
The John Marshall Bar Associ Association
ation Association will present their annual
satirical skits in front of the Law
School Building at 10:30 a.m.
Tons of barbeque will be served
to alumni Saturday morning at 11.
The scene of the annual feast
will be Florida Gymnasium.
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ALWAYB FIRST QUALITY
REPEAT OF A SELLOUT!
MANY BEAUTIFUL RUGS
YOU WONT BELIEVE IT TILL YOU SEE THIS COL COLLECTION
LECTION COLLECTION OF RUNNERS, SCATTER AND AREA RUGS.
THERE ARE SOLIDS, TWEEDS, SCULPTURED, STRIPES, I
EACH
SHAGGY, FRINGED, OVALS, ROUND, SQUARES, IN ALL SIZES
COTTON, NYLON, RAYON, BLENDS, FROM NARROW RUNNERS TO LARGE
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BLACK! BE AT PENNEYS EARLY BUY 'EM BY THE DOZEN AT PENNEYS
LOW, LOW PRICE- SAVE SHOP PENNEYS MONDAY AND FRIDAY
EVENINGS TILL 9 P.M. USE YOUR HOMETOWN PENNYS CHARGE CARD.
Pennfeys Is Downtown W. University Ave. Walking Distance From The Uof F
J>

No Definite Plans Made Yet
For VP Humphreys Visit

By JOE TORCHIA
Alligator Staff Writer
Homecoming chairman Butch
Wooten revealed Tuesday that
definite plans have not been
made for Vice President Hum Humphreys
phreys Humphreys UF visit.
All we know for certain is
that he will be here Friday
afternoon to speak at the Blue
Key banquet that night. Wooten
said. We dont even know the
topic of his address.

Wednesday, September 21, 1966, The Florida Alligator

He announced that security
men will visit UF in about 10
days to take care of arrange arrangements.
ments. arrangements.
By arrangements Wooten in included
cluded included everything from arrival
time to departure.
We have invited Humphrey
to spend the weekend, stated
Wooten, but he has only com committed
mitted committed himself to attend the
banquet. We are hoping he will
stay longer.
Humphrey will not be paid

for his UF appearance.
He probably considers it to
his advantage to speak to a
gathering of students and state
leaders. commented Wooten.
He revealed that three sep separate
arate separate appeals were made to
Humphrey simultaneously: one
by the Florida Blue Key, one
by UF President J.Wayne Reitz
and one by Florida Senator Geo George
rge George Smathers.
Smathers oral invitation
probably had the greatest pull,
Wooten said.

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1, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, September 21, 1966

f FROM THE
\ WIRES OF
International
CENSURE CHINESE . The North Korean Communist party, for formerly
merly formerly one of Pekings staunchest allies, has accused the Chinese
Communists of counter-revolutionary and criminal, splitting,
subversive activity.
Although the official North Korean newspaper did not refer to
China by name, its target was unmistakably the Red Chinese and
their so-called cultural revolution.
v s
NATIONALS EXPORT . Nationalist Chinese
officials said Tuesday Taiwans exports to
South Viet Nam have amounted to $32 mil million
lion million during the first six months of 1966
and that Nationalist China has become the
second largest supplier to South Viet Nam.
MAY ASSIST . President Ferdinand E. Marcos said Sunday he
might favor sending Filipino combat troops to Viet Nam if needed,
and that he believed it would be a mistake for the United States
to suspend air strikes against North Viet Nam.
He said Asian security must ultimately become an Asian re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility and he would favor eventual rearming of Japan under
certain controls.
TALK ABOUT WEATHER ~ More than
100 scientists and experts in instrument tech technology
nology technology began talks in Geneva Tuesday aimed
at establishing a world-wide network of weath weather
er weather stations.
MASTERMIND ARRESTED . Ronald Buster Edwards, suspect suspected
ed suspected mastermind behind historys greatest cash theft, was arrested
and charged Monday with taking part in Englands 1963 great train
robbery of $7.3 million.
Scotland Yard and Interpol had searched around the world for
three years for the 35-year-old ex-boxer turned club owner. De Details
tails Details of his arrest were kept a strict secret, but sources said Ed Edwards
wards Edwards turned himself in either at a police station or at a pre prearranged
arranged prearranged meeting with Scotland Yard.
He had been on the most wanted list since shortly after the bril brilliantly
liantly brilliantly executed predawn ambush of the Glasgow-to-London Royal
Mail train on Aug. 8, 1963. Most of the $7.3 million in old, small
denomination bills has not been recovered.
National
BUSING PLANNED . Two Republican House members last
week claimed the administration has already blue printed 1967
for busing school children to achieve racial balance everywhere.
TTie idea of interchanging suburban white and Negro ghetto child children
ren children via daily school bus rides cropped up while open housing, the
big 1966 civil rights proposal, was being killed in the Senate.
Rep. William Brock of Tennessee and Paul A. Fino of New York
claimed, despite administration denials, that they had smoked out
The Real McCoy and possibly spoiled it for good.
OPEN MEETINGS . Secretary of State
Dean Rusk, opening a series of New York
meetings with scores of the worlds foreign
ministers today, is expected to have the pro problem
blem problem of the U.N. secretary general post high
on his agenda.
CHARGES PRESSURE . Georgia Gov. Carl Sanders charged
Tuesday that the federal government has begun attempts to pres pressure
sure pressure states into concentrating on construction of certain inter interstate
state interstate highways.
Undersecretary of Commerce Lowell K. Bridwell, however, en entered
tered entered a quick denial. Bridwell said he knew of no such pressure.
Sanders made his charge at the Southern Governors Conference
meeting in Gilkertsville, Ky.
He said the Federal Bureau of Roads has started telling us which
interstate routes to concentrate on.
METEOR HUNT . Searchers hunted in
vain through an Indian soybean field Monday
for fragments of a monstrous meteor that
cut a fiery, 1,000 mile long trail across the
nighttime skies over the Eastern United Stat States
es States and Canada, frightening of awing thou thousands
sands thousands of persons.
PRIVACY BILL ... A Senate subcommittee will begin hearings
Friday in Washington on a bill to safeguard the privacy of federal
employees from government nosiness.
The main targets of the bill are interviews, examinations,
polygraph lie detector tests, psychological tests, and questionnaires,
the sponsor, Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr., D-N.C., said.

Militant Indonesian Students
Demand Sukarnos Removal

JAKARTA (UPI) Thousands
of militant students climaxed an
anti-Communist rally Tuesday by
driving through Jakarta to demand
the ouster of Mister Sukarno
by force if necessary. It was the
first time in memory here that
Sukarno has not been publicly ad addressed
dressed addressed as president or Bung Kar Karno.
no. Karno.
The students also demanded the
trial of Sukarnos, second wife,
Hartini, for allegedly conspiring
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in the West Sumatra capital of
Bukitting last week while scrib scribbling
bling scribbling anti-Chinese slogans on the
wall. Anti-Peking setiment, al already
ready already riding high because of the
alleged Chinese involvements in
last Octobers coup attempt, was
sparked to near fever pitch by the
shooting.
One student speaker told the
rally:
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to go. Let them go. Let them
return to Communist China where
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TAMPA (UFI) -- One man was in jail here Tuesday and a state statewide
wide statewide pickup order was out on a second in connection with the dis discovery
covery discovery Friday and Saturday of the bodies of two nude white women
in separate locations in this area.
Hillsborough County Sheriff Malcolm Beard said the pickup or order
der order was out for Huey Earl Brookins, 28, charged with the murder
of Mrs. Helen Frances Knight Emmick, 39, of Seffner.
Louis Milton Cobb, 37, of Tampa, was arrested by a highway
patrol trooper Sunday near Tallahassee and was returned here
later that day charged with the murder of Mrs. Sandra Louise Frei Freitas,
tas, Freitas, 28.
Authorities said the slayings apparently were not connected, al although
though although authorities said both victims had been strangled and raped.
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Atty. Gen. Earl Faircloth turned over
to the Dade County Grand Jury Tuesday a dossier of names which
an ex-gambler, Alexander George, said included people in high places
who took bribes to protect the rackets.
But Faircloth said he was taking this step, not because he con considered
sidered considered the document as serious, but so a grand jury can tell the
public just how frivolous and irresponsible is the information.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) Candidates for governor spent
$33,292 in their campaigns last week with Republican Claude Kirk
paying out about $3,000 more than Democrat Robert King High.
Financial reports filed Monday in the secretary of states office
showed both men spent more during the week than they collected in
contributions.

Wednesday, September 21, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

king, Baez
Lead March
In Grenada
GRENADA, Miss. (UPI) Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr., holding
one little girl in his arms and
leading another by the hand, quiet quietly
ly quietly escorted 160 Negro children
Tuesday to the Grenada schools
where white mobs attacked them
last week.
Marching with King Tuesday
were folk singer Joan Baez and
two of her white companions, Ira
and Susan Sandperl, a husband
and wife team who are members
of the Institute for the Study of
Nonviolence at Carmel, Calif.
Almost simultaneously, the white
business and professional com community
munity community disclosed it was publishing
a statement of principles denounc denouncing
ing denouncing the recent acts of violence,
but the mayor and city council
rejected a request to meet with
Negro leaders.
The Rev. S. T. Cunningham,
director of the Grenada County
Freedom Movement, an affiliate
of Kings Southern Christian Lead Leadership
ership Leadership Conference SCLC issued
a statement saying Negroes were
greatly disappointed the meet meeting
ing meeting had been rejected.
In view of their refusal, we
have no other alternative but to
continue our program, Cunning Cunningham
ham Cunningham said. This means that we
must continue our massed mar marches,
ches, marches, picketing and selective bar bargaining.
gaining. bargaining.
The program apparently will go
forth without King, however. He
is expected to leave Grenada la later
ter later Tuesday.
King mustered the children at
the Bellflower Baptist Church for
the march to Rundle High and
Horn Elementary. The schools are
across the street from each other.
He told the youngsters he wanted
them to adopt a new solgan:
Learn, Baby, Learn.
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MIAMI BEACH (UPI) Mrs.
Dru Dosher reported to police
early today her car was smear smeared
ed smeared with Italian sauce and meat meatballs
balls meatballs while she was taking part
in a radio panel discussion of
crime.
It was a real Mafia trick,
said Mrs. Dosher, who once ran
for mayor of Hialeah, a Miami
suburb.
She said she was on a panel
which discussed recent crime
charges involving county police.
She said it was when she return returned
ed returned to her car outside the radio
station studios that she found
someone had thrown a bag of
sauce and meatballs at it. After
telephoning her report to police,
Mrs. Dosher declined a police of offer
fer offer to give her an excort home
if she was afraid.
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The Florida Alligator
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EDDIE SEARS 808 MENAKER STEVE HULL
Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor
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.

Adamant Adam
The king is dead, long live the king.
But who is that yonder tippy-toeing
through the back door of the Black Pa Palace?
lace? Palace?
Its none other than the powerful Count
Powell.
And its Powell who wants to topple
the new king.
In the past year leadership of the Civil
Rights movement has been wrested from
such once-powerful Negro leaders as
Martin Luther King and James Farmer.
The new king: Stokely Carmichael. The
challenger: Harlem Rep. Adam Clayton
Powell.
For a while, it appeared like Atlanta
police were working on Powells side
by jailing the bellicose Carmichael while
Powell claimed leadership of the Black
Power movement. #
But then, Florida Rep. Sam Gibbons
came to Carmichaels rescue with a chal challenge
lenge challenge to Powells leadership -- not only
in the Negro community, but also in the
House Education and Labor Committee.
There they stand: Gibbons with his
sword drawn on Powell, Powell with his
sword drawn on Carmichael and Car Carmichael
michael Carmichael swinging his sword at every everyone.
one. everyone.
Gibbons last week revealed a plan to
strip Powells power as chairman of the
Education and Labor Committee which
handles poverty legislation. This would
give committeesieontrol to the six sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee chairmen, not Gibbons.
Justifying his move, Gibbons says Pow Powells
ells Powells arbitrary handling of the committee,
his personal stand on Civil Rights and
his lack of ethics are challenging the
prospects of poverty measures sent to
the House for passage.
Thursday the en garde will be given
and Powells long-lasting success at fend fending
ing fending off attacks may be shattered.
The two power clashes have
ing common characteristic: Powell doesnt
represent the ultimate in Congressional
leadership, and Carmichael does not
-- as the Black Power leader -- re represent
present represent the best interests of the Civil
Rights movement.
Negro Civil Rights leaders challenging
Carmichaels leadership have been un unable
able unable to retain effective control.
Congressional leadership has also failed
to curtail Powells unethical activities
which continue to cast poor reflections
on all Congressmen.
Gibbons says he will not fail.
We think the success of tnis effort
to topple Powell will take the flamboy flamboyant
ant flamboyant wind out of his sail and strike a
blow for decency and respect in the
name of all Congressmen.
Long live decency.

WHO S THE LEADER OF THE CLUB...

Coke Boys Need Practice Too

By NEWT SIMMONS
Alligator Columnist
Most of us are made aware
of the mammoth effort and pre preparation
paration preparation that goes into fielding a
football team we seldom
think of the behind-the-scenes ef efforts
forts efforts in other aspects of football.
Take the vendors, for example ...
did you know that all of them go
through a rigorous training session
before the season opens.
This was a highly-guarded se secret
cret secret until I accidentally walked
into one of the sessions (mistak (mistaking
ing (mistaking it for a Blue Key initation).
It went something like this .
Coach-- All right, guys, shape
up! Weve only got three weeks
to the first game and most of
you are in terrible shape. If were
going to lead the conferertce in
Coke sales again this year, youre
going to hustle. Weve got the
heat going for us, sure -- but
it takes some selling to push those
25-cent cokes. For some of you,
this is all new ... for the rest
a refresher course in all cases,
youre here to learn, so pay at attention.
tention. attention.
Those of you who havent taken
your physicals report to the gym
for your glass test. Any kid whose
voice isnt shrill enough to crack
a glass at 12 paces has to work
indoors . youd never make
it in the stands. Also, all of you
who stand over four feet, three
inches have to carry hot dog
boxes you dont look pathetic
enough with just a case of cokes.
Remember, your voice is your
principal asset so keep in train training.
ing. training. Drink lots of orange juice
. .gargle with orange juice .
hell, BATHE in orange juice. This
is Florida! Besides, I own a lit little
tle little grove . anyway ... let
those yells, awks and screeches
come from deep down in the dia diaphragm
phragm diaphragm . you get more pow power
er power and its easier on your throat.
We lost 42 of our starting lineup
of peanut boys from sore throats
last year ... we cant afford
to let that happen again.
Now lets discuss merchandis merchandising
ing merchandising for a while. Ill turn that
over to our line coach, RedGrunch.
Red, fortunate enough to be a mid midget,
get, midget, was able to work as a coke
boy for more than 40 years .
you cant beat experience ?
Red?
Tanks, coach . Now lissen
you guys, what we gotta teach you
is Moichindising . wit a cap capital
ital capital M.* We aint got no better
mousetrap here ... all we gots
peanuts, sof drinks, hot dorgs and
misselanous other stuff what aint
really needed by the footbal fan
cept for cokes for mixers. Weve
got ta create a demand -- and,
you will ast, how? I will proceed
to explicidate.
Foist of all, theres the an annoyance
noyance annoyance factor if you keep yel yellin
lin yellin at a guy long enuff, he will
maybe buy somethin . an anudder
udder anudder favorite tactic is standin
in front of a guy till he buys
somethin* to get you to move.
We should also oughtta
emphasize proper diction. I shall
demonstrate by playing the part
of a salesman and customer in a,
typical situation what you might
encounter.
* *
HHAAA RRRDDU U U RRRGGGSS
. . GEEECHHAADDA! .
(now the customer) Whats that
you say?
(vendor) You want TWO. Here
go . .
I only asked what you have.*
Got mustard and relish, buddy,
fifty cents.

But I never . .
You want I should call some
Cokes for you to wash them down
with . .maybe some ice cream
for dessert ...
Oh gawwd . heres your
half-dollar . .scram!
* *
Now that, naturally, is only a
rough sketch of what you might
could encounter . but it comes
close enough. Timing is vital .
if you pull this at a tense mo moment
ment moment or just before a big play,
theyll gladly pay to get rid of
you. Another important point is
change making.
You there, kid, suppose some someone
one someone buys a Pepsi and gives you
haffa buck whadda you do?
Uh, give him 25 cents change.
No! Keee-tyst, no . youre
supposed to fumble around until
hes started drinking it and say,
wistfully, I havent got change for
anything this BIG, mister. Any Anything
thing Anything over a quarter, you never
have change for.
If the guys with a date, look
pathetic and hell tell you to keep
the change to keep from looking
cheap in frontta his girl.
If he insists on his change,
tell him youll go get it. Then

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come back by in an hour or so.
If he sees you, you gotta give
it to him . otherwise, we got
1,200 of you .
"Another thing is describing
your product, dont say Pepsi,
say lce-Cold Pepsi which is
true, in fact theyre more ice
than drink. On the other hand, dont
say anything about the peanuts,
like fresh or hot. See, we had
a bunch left over last year and..
Finally . keep moving!
People can locate you if you stand
still. Its much better to circulate,
move, where they cant place the
blame for all the noise on any
one person. This leads to some
mixups, like when five guys with
the same thing hit the same place
at once but by and large its
a dependable play . Thats
about all, I ll let Coach take over
again.
"Good enough, Red. Thats all
for today. You boys take a couple
of laps up and down the stadium
--no tackling the workmen today
and hit the showers. Tom mor morrow
row morrow were going to make tattered
clothing, for you to wear during the
games ... it wouldnt do for
a Coke, boy not to look poor.
"Now, before you go, lets hear
the old cheer! Ready? Raa Raaa
Rheee G-Y-P R-O-B



Computer
Bothers
§
Starkey
It is a tragic situation in the
history of higher education when
students puke up their work to
professors. But that is exactly what
has happened here at the Know Knowledge
ledge Knowledge Factory of Florida.
Not only does the UF student
puke up bits and pieces of know knowledge,
ledge, knowledge, but he finds that his ed education
ucation education becomes a series of en endurance
durance endurance tests, trials of endurance,
which if successfully completed,
allow one to enter graduate school,
and upon he who succeeded in
completing this entire rite of pas passage
sage passage is bestowed the ceremonius
crown of Ph.D.
' Education at the University of
Florida has become a game every
machine can play. Or as Julie
Colomitz put it in her letter to
the Crocidile this past summer,
the students decide to play the
education game, forfeiting their
rights to argue and question the
method and subject matter they are
forced-fed. They will dutifully
come empty-headed, waiting to be
filled with the sweet fluid tripe
and trivial facts that are totally
irrelevant to the exciting, chal challenging
lenging challenging world we live in.
In playing Their game, dear
students, we have become thou thousands
sands thousands of trainees for high class
trades which will become obsolete
in ten years. We have let our
university, powered by doorkeep doorkeepers,
ers, doorkeepers, help produce the largest pop population
ulation population of highly skilled idiots ever
known to man. We have let out
university, powered by those who
serve no ones interest except
those of the state, produce exact exactly
ly exactly what the STATE BOARD OF
REGENTS want: HIGHLY SKIL SKILLED,
LED, SKILLED, but POLITICALLY and
ECONOMICALLY SAFE PER PERSONNEL!
SONNEL! PERSONNEL!
In playing this funny little game,
we have helped create an IBM
UNIVERSITY in which there is
no sense of intellectual or com community
munity community unity, in which knowledge
has been shattered into so many
bits and pieces, and in which stu students
dents students have become only figures in
a lonely crowd.
It has been said that the stu student
dent student is powerless even to affect
those aspects of the university
supposedly closest to him. His
student government by FBK po political
litical political castrates is a fraud per permitted
mitted permitted to operate only within lim limits
its limits imposed autocratically by the
administration. Thus it is consti constitutionally
tutionally constitutionally mandated to serve the
status quo.
It has been written that the
main concern of the university
should not be with the publishing
of books, getting money from leg legislators,
islators, legislators, lobbying for federal aid,
wooing the rich, producing bombs
and deadly bacteria. Nor should
it be with passing along the mora morality
lity morality of the white man, nor even
the morality of the potpourri we
call western society. Nor should
it be with acting as a second
household or church for young men
awav from home, nor as a play playground
ground playground for twisters, neophyte
drinkers, and pledge classes. Al Already
ready Already the similarity between the
university and the habits of so society
ciety society are many.
The production, distribution and
consumption of safe ideas has
become the sole purpose of our
university: a knowledge factory,
perpetuated by anindifferent fac faculty.
ulty. faculty.
But as one student to another,
I ask- you, How long will you
stand for this sheep-grazing and
cattle-raising contest in which we,
the student, have been submitted
as the main contestant?
JOEL STARKEY

OUR MAN HOPPE

Stock Market: A Real Life Fable

By ART HOPPE
Once upon a time there was a funny looking beast called a
Stock Market. It had the head of a bull and the tail of a bear.
Or maybe it was the other way around. Because nobody could
ever tell which way it was going.
Sometimes it went up which made everybody rich and happy.
And sometimes it went down which made everybody poor and sad.
As it affected their lives so directly, the people naturally
had a deep and mystic faith in the Stock Market. And they worshipped
the incantations of its priests, who would chant things like mak making
ing making temporary readjustment when the Market went down, and
reflecting a healthy economy when the Market went up.
Then, one day, the Market reflected a healthy economy by
making a temporary readjustment. Zoooommmm-SPLAT!
* *
Panic and bewilderment ensued. Nobody could explain why the
Market had decided to go down rather than up. Nobody, that is,
except the noted Market analyst, Dr. Homer T. Pettibone.
The Stock Market, he explained, is not only a wondrous
looking beast, it is endowed with extrasensory perception. It
knows what were thinking. And it is eager to please us.
Therefore, it moves whichever way we think it will move.
If most of us think it will go up, it goes up. And if most of us
think it will go down, it goes down. If we think its a bull its
a bull If we think its a bear, its a bear. This is the sole factor
that controls its movement.

THE RAPIER

By JUSTINE HARTMAN
s
Alligator Columnist
Abdul Ex is an engineering stu student
dent student from across the sea. He is
a loyal Gator now. He was thus
knighted by the official dignitaries
present at the International Hosts
reception for foreign students in
the Florida Union. Many notables
from all spheres of campus activ activities
ities activities did their best to welcome the
newcomers to our midst.
The most outstanding part of
the official welcome was a hearty,
if not heartfelt, tidbit delivered by
one of UFs coed leaders, who
was a perfect, if unwitting, person personification
ification personification of the Ugly American.
In addition to being assistant high
muketty-muk on the Florida Union
Board, this exemplary student is
trainer for her sorority, a mem member
ber member of the womens Superhonorary
and exalted high mukety-muk of
Womens Student Association. As
you can deduce, she is one of
the in-est in the ln Crowd.
In welcoming the foreign stu students,
dents, students, she found it necessary to
announce (in her first sentence)
that SHE is a world traveller.
(It seems that she was in Europe
last summer . .) This sophis sophisticated
ticated sophisticated demoiselle evidently could
not find her hotel several times
while making the grand tour
thus she can empathize the con confused

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She Was The Ugly American

fused confused foreign student trying to find
their way on our giant campus...
Like most Ugly Americans,
this young lady cannot be expected
to understand that infinities, rather
than oceans, separate her from
the people of the world. The Ugly
American cannot realize he or she
is a stereotyped product of the
Great Society, replete with label
saying Biggest, Newest, BEST!
He goes to Europe because it is
the thing to do. He goes because
he can say A funny thing happened
to me on the way to the Coliseum
and continentalize his cocktail jar jargon.
gon. jargon. He is condemned by his
splendid isolation of the mind
to be forever a tourist rather than

EDITOR:
In your editorial of A. 16,
you stated that as a roc it of the
recent elections in South Viet Vietnam
nam Vietnam Estimations of Communist
control extending over two-thirds
of the populace were killed. I
beg to differ with you.
True, better than 80 per cent
of South Vietnams registered vo voters
ters voters did go to the poles. How However,
ever, However, the point which seems to go
unnoticed is that only 115,168 of

Disputes The Viet Nam Editorial

Wednesday, September 21, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

Thus, all we need do to be rich and happy is to think rich
and happy thoughts.
And it worked! Everybody agreed to think the Stock Market
was going to go up. So, thinking it would go up, they gave it of offerings
ferings offerings of money. Consequently, it went up and up and up and
up. And everybody grew rich and happy.
No one was prouder than Dr. Pettibone. He showed his young
son, Homer 11, his thousands and thousands of receipts for the
offerings hed given the Market. One day, son, he said, beaming,
these will be yours.
Id rather have an apple, said Homer 11.
But these are certificates of our faith in the Stock Market,
which is half bear, half bull and endowed with extrasensory per perception.
ception. perception. Its what makes you rich and happy.
Theres no such animal, said Homer n. Its a mythical
beast.
At first, Dr. Pettibone was shocked. Then he was thoughtful.
Then he picked up the phone and whispered: Sell short.
When the news leaked that Dr. Pettibone himself had lost faith
in his theory, everybody thought the Market would go down.
And with everybody thinking that . Well, zooommm-SPLAT!
See, said poor Dr. Pettibone sadly to his poor, sad son as
they stood in the bread line, I was right all along.
* *
Moral: The things youve got to believe in to be rich and happy
these days you wouldnt believe.

a participant. He has never had
an original idea in his life, but
is a sensitive observer of the
obvious.
In a world of increasing imper impersonalization,
sonalization, impersonalization, where numbers re replace
place replace names and identities are sub submerged,
merged, submerged, where more people are
slot-fillers and timeservers, the
human need to belong is intensified.
On the college campus people fill
this need in various ways -- some
worm their way into the hierarchy
of student organizations until they
are indispensable, others give
themselves to charitable work and
careers. Still others join soror sororities
ities sororities and fraternities.

South Vietnarbs total population
of more than 550,000, were re registered
gistered registered to vote! 11105, in reality,
less than 17 per cent of the South
Vietnamese people voted. With less
than one-fifth of the populace

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Foreign students are not separa separated
ted separated from their homes and families
by cities or states, but by oceans
and continents. They are on the
other side of the world from the
people and things which deter determined
mined determined their environments and
shaped their lives. Like the rest
of us human beings, they need to
belong rather than to anonymous anonymously
ly anonymously mingle in the crowd.
They need to feel they are more
than an object of curiosity. Every
student on this campus can help
-- without fanfare, speeches, or
receptions. A smile or a sign of
interest will do.

voting, how can you say what the
feelings> are of two-thirds, when
four-fifths have not been heard
from?
J. H. INGLES, 4 JM

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for sale
TONNEAU Cover for Austin Hea Healy
ly Healy Sprite. Red, S2O. Work shop
manuel for Mark I Sprite includ included.
ed. included. Call 376-0537 or 376-3261,
ext. 2456. (A-12-3t-c).
NEW HONDA 50, won in contest,
never ridden, will sell at 90 %
of retail. Contact J. R. Giffin,
Rm. 6, 103 N.W. 14th St. (A (A---12-3t-p).
--12-3t-p). (A---12-3t-p).
1959 AUSTIN HEALY, in excel excellent
lent excellent condition, must sell, 214 N.
W. 14th St. Ask for Mike. (A (A---12-3t-p).
--12-3t-p). (A---12-3t-p).
FOR SALE: 1964 MGB; 1965
Honda 305 Super Hawk; 1966 Man Manatee
atee Manatee 12x36 two bedroom mobile
home and lot. Owner leaving short shortly
ly shortly for Viet Nam. Call 376-2320
or 376-4995 and leave message.
(A-12- 3t-c).
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 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-11-st-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 1958 BMW, 500 cc.
Many extras, also 1965 Honda
S-90 excellent condition. See at
20 NW Bth St. Mike Winegar, up upstairs
stairs upstairs apt. (A- 13-3 t-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).
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for sale
1966 TRIUMPH 500 cc, two months
old, call 378-4412 after 5:30 p.m.
(A-14-3t-c).
Size 9-12 womens clothes, sweat sweaters,
ers, sweaters, purses, jewelry, excellent
condition, like new coat, paid SBO.
Take sls. Leather jacket, some
toddlers clothes, never worn, in infant
fant infant seat, potty seat, bed rail.
376-8585. (A-14-3t-c).
WOOD CLARINET, cost $l2O, like
new, S6O; Kay Acoustical guitar,
S2O. Reflecting telescopes 2 1/2
and 3 inch, $5 and sls; 24 inch
bike, sls; novice transmitter ana
receiver, S4O. Call 378-6604. (A (A---14-3t-c).
--14-3t-c). (A---14-3t-c).
FOR SALE: Lilac Point Siamese
kitten, 8 weeks old, house bro broken.
ken. broken. Call 378-3936 or 372-8835.
(A-14-2t-c).
ALTO SAXOPHONE, Couesnon,
best offer, call 378-6762. (A-li (A-list-c).
st-c). (A-list-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).
V,
$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-1 l-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).

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for rent j
1 bedroom apartment, twinbeds,
air conditioned downstairs, wall
to wall carpeting, 3 yrs. old,
private patio, phone 376-3179 or
372-0565. (B- 13-3 t-c).
AIR CONDITIONED 50x10, two
bedroom mobile home in Mican Micanopy.
opy. Micanopy. Furnished including washer.
$75 a month. Call 466-3485 or
466-3468 after 6 p.m. (B-14-3t-p).
FURNISHED Apartment, 3 blocks
from campus, air conditioned, S9O
a month. All utilities except cook cooking
ing cooking gas. Men only. Call 376-
2758 and leave message for Gal Galbaldon.
baldon. Galbaldon. (B-14-ts-c).
I
wanted
FEMALE ROOMMATE to share
large air conditioned one bedroom
apartment. Three blocks from
campus. Five m'nute walk from
sorority row. SSO per month. Call
Pattie Fryer, 378-2423 or 372-
3434. (C-13-4t-c).
TWO ROOMS furnished, ground
floor, location near Gator Groom Groomer,
er, Groomer, refrigerator, no kitchens, $125
per person double; $205 single tri trimester.
mester. trimester. 376-6494. (C-10-st-c).
WANTED: Sterophonic amplifier
and/or speakers. Call Mitch at
378-6171 between 5 and 7 p.m.
(C- 14-3 t-p).
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-
3t-p).
MALE ROOMMATE wanted to
share one large room Private en entrance
trance entrance private bath. $35 a month.
Call 376-6651. (C-14-2t-p).
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).

help wanted
LUMS opening soon desire wait waitress
ress waitress over 21 full or part time
apply 1621 SW 13th St. or call
378-3736. (E-14-st-c).
NEED FULL OR PART time
waitress and counter girls for
Ponderosa Steak House. Apply
Ponderosa Steak House, Westgate
Shopping Center. (E-14-3t-c).
WANTED BY RECORD CLUB OF
AMERICA
CAMPUS REPRESENTATIVE
TO EARN OVER SIOO
IN SHORT TIME
Write for information to:
Ed Benovy, College Bureau Mgr.
Record Club of America
1285 E. Princess Street
York, Pennsylvania
(E-14-lt-c).

MALE STUDENT to work even evenings
ings evenings 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.
(E-13-4t-nc).
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).
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-
4t-c).

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help wanted
SECRETARY (clerk 1) wanted Im Immediately
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).
PART TIME work for students
evenings and/or Saturdays. Male Maleexperience
experience Maleexperience in proper fitting men's
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
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-st-c).
--10-st-c). (E---10-st-c).
HELP WANTED: Cashier for Plaza
Theatre, T 2 6 p.m. afternoons,
apply in person to manager. (E (E---12-st-c).
--12-st-c). (E---12-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).
autos
1964 RAMBLER Ambassador, air
conditioned, power steering and
brakes, bucket seat,s make offer
call 372-3738. (G-14^3t-c).
1958 CHEVROLETconvertable, V V-8,
-8, V-8, hydromatic, power steering and
brakes, excellent condition. Call
376-3352 after 6 p.m. or see at
26 S.E. 25th Terr. (G-14-ts-c).
1963 AUSTIN HEALY Sprite, red
with black top, wsw, call 376-
5455. (G- l-st-c).

SEMINOLE
COLLEGE PICTURE SCHEDULE
September 19-24 EDUCATION PHYSICAL EDUCATION &
NURSING HEALTH
PHARMACY
September 26 ARTS AND SCIENCES
to October 1 HEALTH RELATED PROFESSIONS
October 3-8 FORESTRY _ ENGINEERING
JOURNALISM AND COMMUNICATIONS
October 10-15 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AGRICULTURE
ARCHITECTURE & FINE ARTS
October 17-22 LAW MEDICINE
PLACE: Room 200 Florida Union
TIME: Monday thru Friday Saturday
12 noon 5 p.m. 10 a.m.
6-9 p.m. 1 P- m
DRESS: Girls round collared blouses in black, navy
bright red, or burgundy
Boys solid, dark coats and ties
PRICE: $1.50 per person
IMPORTANT: No one will have his picture in the yearbook
unless the picture is taken by the SEMINOLE
Photographer.
* Pictures will not be taken Wednesday, September 28th.
.... mm

autos
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. 2446,
ask for Joan. (G- 2-st-c).
" 1964VW NADA, retail $1240, 31,-
000 miles, like new condition,
SIOSO, phone 462-1656, 6 to 11:30
p.m. (G-10-st-c).
DESPERATE Must sell by end
of Sept. Take over payments on
1963 MG Midget. Good condition,
S7OO left to pay. Call Bob Zu Zuber
ber Zuber 372-7681 between 9-6 p.m.
(G- 14-2 t-p).
REAL BARGAIN Must sell VW,
1965, perfect condition, call 378-
2186 after 5 p.m. (G-12-3t-c).
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-p).
3t-p).
FOR SALE 1961 Renault D?u D?u-phine,
phine, D?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-11-3t-c).

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Wednesday, September 21, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

autos I
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).
1959 AUSTIN HEALY, in excel excellent
lent excellent condition, must sell, 214 N.
W. 14th St. Ask for Mike. (G (G---12-3t-p).
--12-3t-p). (G---12-3t-p).
AFLA ROMEO 1962, red roadster,
(Spyder), Tonneau, Michelin X
tires, excellent condition, 376-
4619. (G- 14-st-c).
1958 FORD hardtop, power steer steering,
ing, steering, radio, new tires, battery,
good transportation. $125. Call ext.
2206 days or see at 299-4 Dia Diamond
mond Diamond Village. (G-14-st-c).
FORSALE: 1961 OLDS F-8 5 Auto Automatic,
matic, Automatic, A/C, V-8, R&H, Best Offer,
call 372-5141. (G-12-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).
personal
TINA will not be available at
Mi Ladys due to surgery. Will
notify everyone of her return.
(J-12-3t-c).
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).

BAND TONIGNT
AND EVERY WED.- THURS. &FRI.
8:30 TILL
GATORLAND
.. i ) ...
V>
ENJOY PIZZA,
HOT DOGS, &.
Dance To The Swingingest
Sounds In Town
Forget Your Worries, Join The Crowds At
GATORLAND

HOW CAN THEY STILL BE \mE SOT HUNCH
ALIVE--WITH TWO TONS /MAYBE THEY
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personal
i
Are the Americans that are fight fighting
ing fighting in Viet Nam defending Chris Christian
tian Christian Doctorines or the teachings
of Martin Luther. The bible says
beware of false profits, the econ economy
omy economy is booming and so are the
guns. Take it to the Supreme
Court. There is no king in a Mer Merry
ry Merry Christmas only Jesus. Hes
not in school anymore. Ask those
who kick his works around. If
youre from Burningham dont tell
them where to go by George.
Theres predjudice up North. H.
C. Bham, 3 UF 56, Box 1355,
Hialeah 33011, Howard Simms, 741
E. 55 St., Box 1355, Hialeah,
Florida. (J-14-st-p).

KING KONG IS COMING
(J- 14-3 t-c).
lost-found
BROWN purse with glasses, iden identification.
tification. identification. Reward. For its return
or any contents. No questions ask asked.
ed. asked. C. a. moody 1001 SW 16th
Ave. Apt. 41, phone 378-6028.
(L-14-2t-p).
LOST on Friday between College
Inn and Hub, ladies gold watch,
teardrop face. Hamilton. Os sen sentimental
timental sentimental value. Reward. Call 376-
9505. (L-14-lt-c).
FOUND; Car certificate of title.
Upon payment of Alligator ad, own owner
er owner will be given title. (L-9-tf-nc).
LOST: Brown wallet containing im important
portant important papers; set of 3 keys,
vicinity of University Gardens Apt.
Lost Saturday evening. Reward,
call 372-8888. (L-14-lt-p).

lost-found
LOST University Calculus Book
in room 330 Physics Building,
Thursday, sth period, call 376-
3211, ext. 5193, 8-5 p.m. (L (L---
--- (L---
services
WEEKEND FLIGHTS Melborne
and Vero Beach. Cost no more
than trainfare. Call Worth 372-
1508. (M- 14-2 t-c).
ALTERATIONS of all kinds on
Mens and Womens clothing. Mrs.
Dora Manookian, 35 years of ex experience,
perience, experience, 24-hour service on R.
O.T.C. Uniforms. Phone 376-1794,
or see at 1824 NW Ist Ave. (M (M---
--- (M---
ARE YOU man enough to listen
to a dynamic anti-communist mes message?
sage? message? Dial Let Freedom Ring
372-3364. Taped message changes
weekly. (M-14-Bt-p).
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-11-st-c).
st-c).
- o
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).
OUR PHILOSOPHY Children are
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.
(M-13-3t-c).
CLASSICAL and Flamenco Guitar
Lessons, Afternoon and Evenings,
Call 378-6024. (M-9-10t-p).
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).
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).
%
PORTRAIT COMMERCIAL
photography. Small Prints, special
price to students. Sneeringer
Photography, next to SpudnutShop,
378-1170. (M-12-3t-<*)

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Orange aad blue bulletin

Campus Calendar

Wednesday,
September 21

Administrative Notices To Students, Faculty Sc Staff

STUDENT FOOTBALL SEATING: Each student must
have his brown fee card and picture ID card to be
admitted to the football games. Representatives of
student block seating be sure to hand brown cards
back to students before the day of the "ime.
ACM MEETING: The Northeast Florida Chapter
of Association of Computing Machinery will hold
its next monthly meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 21,
at 7:30 p.m. in room 113 of the General Classroom
Building. David McCroskey of Southern Bell Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Company will speak on Data Communications
and the Computer. The public is cordially invited
to attend.

General Notices

FLORIDA FENCERS CLUB: Registration for be-"
ginning and advanced fencing lessons will be held
Friday, Sept. 23, 5 p.m. in Norman Hall Gym.
Classes will begin Tuesday, Sept. 27, meeting each
Tud&day and Friday at 5 p.m. in Norman Hall Gym.
There is no charge for the use of equipment or the
lessons. Anyone interested in fencing is invited to toparticipate.
participate. toparticipate.

I MONTHLY DEPOSITS ARE NO LONGER LIMITED IN YOUR CREDIT UNION 1
I Building J Radio Road H
Dividend Rate Increase H
I SV4% serving Loj F Employees Since 1935 HZTo,, I
Paid Semiannually Oainesville Florida Campus Federal Credit Union % Loans!!!
r .'>*** SHI

Christian Science Organization:
Group Meeting, 123 FLU, 7-9
p.m.
International Committee Meeting:
121 FLU, 4:30 p.m.
Bent Card Coffee House: 1826 W.
Univ. Ave., will hold auditions
tonight. If you sing, dance, talk
or do anything interesting, come
by at 8:30 p.m. Free Coffee.
Engineering Dames: Capt. Court Courtnay
nay Courtnay A. Roberts will lecture on
the Art of Self Defense, Univ.
Womens Club, 8 p.m.
Language and Literature Club: DR.
Harry R. Warfel, A Rationale
of Free Verse, 105-B AFA,
8 p.m.
AIA Film Series: Le Chien An Andalou
dalou Andalou and Entr Acte, 103-
B AFA, 8 p.m.
Scholarship Convocation: U.S. Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court Justice William J.
Brennan, Fla. Gym, 11 a.m.
Naval Officer Recruiting: 123 FLU,
8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Monday
through Friday.
Judo Club: south end of the Gym
Floor, 4:30 6:30 p.m.
Speleological Society: Group meet meetings,
ings, meetings, 212 FLU, 7-8:30 p.m.

ADDRESS ADMINISTRATIVE NOTICES FOR ORANGE AND BLUE
TO INFORMATIONAL SERVICES OFFICE

Thursday,
September 22

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE STUDENTS PRE-ADVISE PRE-ADVISEMENT:
MENT: PRE-ADVISEMENT: Academic advisers are now available to help
plan programs for next trimester. This will save
time during registration. All UC students, EXCEPT
first term freshmen, report to the University Col College
lege College Foyer (3rd floor-General Classroom Building)
according to the following schedule: students whose
last names begin with (A-D) report Sept. 21-23;
(E-I) report Sept. 26-30; (J-N) report Oct. 3-7;
(O-R) report Oct. 10-14; (S-Z) report Oct. 17-21.

(Sign-up sheets are posted two weeks in advance
of the interview date at University Placement Ser Services,
vices, Services, Building H. Interviews will be held in the
Florida Union. Room numbers will be posted across
from the Information Desk in the Union the morn morning
ing morning of the interview. All companies will be recruit recruiting
ing recruiting for December, April and August grads unless
otherwise indicated.)
SEPT. 21, 22: CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGEN AGENCY
CY AGENCY EE, CE, ME, Math, Geog, Acctg, Pol. Sci,
Journ, Econ, Bus. Ad.
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Bulldogs Must Play Good Defense To Win

By Furman Bisher
ATLANTA JOURNAL Sports Editor
STARKVILLE, Miss. On
green-hued hillside where cattle
once grazed in bucolic sublime,
red-brick buildings of learning
and research stand now. It was
a scene of paradox in those times,
the lowly cattle munching their
cuds and gazing cow-eyed over
the fence into the hollow below
where young men of superior in intellect
tellect intellect attacked one another in an
athletic froth, and wondering what
on earth caused their masters to
behave so strangely.
Nobody ever wasted the adjective
lovely* on Starkville. Lux Luxurious
urious Luxurious was never applicable to
the Stark Hotel, where the most
exciting sound was the jingle and
the jangle of the pinball machines
in the lobby.
But this was football au nat naturelle
urelle naturelle in the Southeastern Confer Conference.
ence. Conference. Where the boys of Mississ Mississippi
ippi Mississippi State engaged in the labora laboratorical
torical laboratorical processes of the game,
nobody in the league was closer
to the mother soil.

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Perhaps this is one of the rea reasons
sons reasons why Mississippi State has had
more head coaches (24) than any
team in the conference. Recruit Recruitment
ment Recruitment of a boy who had to be sold
on. spending the next four years
of his life in the county seat of
Oktibbeha required the evangelical
quality of a crusader.
No. 24 in the line is Paul Ever Everett
ett Everett Davis, a native of Knoxville,
Tenn., a graduate of the Univer University
sity University of Mississippi, an infantryman
with the Second Army in Europe
and fearful of no man and no con conflict.
flict. conflict.
CAMPUS GROWS
Paul Davis was a man for the
old days at Starkville, when
Ralph Sasse, Spike Nelson, Slick
Morton and Allyn McKeen passed
this way.
What was Mississippi A & M
then is Mississippi State Uni University
versity University now. Grassy, tree-shaded
vales and hillocks have disappear disappeared
ed disappeared under the blade of bulldozers.
Buildings seem literally to have

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That modern snare of automotive
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Wednesday, September 21, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

become necessary. The sub subdivision,
division, subdivision, real estate family trap,
has gobbled up peaceful pasture pastureland
land pastureland and chased the livestock to
the woods. Even Holiday Inn has
discovered Starkville and so the
communitys progress is complete.
On this weekend, Coach Davis
and his regiment of football players
depart all this and travel down the
Natchez Trace to Jackson, the State
capital.
Until the first of the week, Davis
had tossed restlessly in his sleep.
Then the first forecasts of the
college season came out and he
learned that State had been chosen
to lose to Georgia.
He was gratified. Not that he
was chosen to lose, but that his
problems and hardshiDS had been
officially recognized elsewhere.
Going into late October last sea season,
son, season, State had its own little world
under perfect control. The Maroon
Bulldogs had tied and whipped
Ole Miss in the last two meet meetings,
ings, meetings, an event bigger than anti antipoverty
poverty antipoverty to this state.

The Maroon Bulldogs had skunk skunked
ed skunked Houston and upset Florida and
had a streak of five in a row
going. Their alumni had nothing
but happiness on their mind. They
simply wanted to know if Davis
wanted the universe gift-wrapped,
or just dropped casually at his
door.
Youll never believe it, or you
may. State hasnt won a game of
football since. Even lost to Tu Tulane.
lane. Tulane. Didnt help either one. Tu Tulane
lane Tulane became giddy with success
and hasnt won since either.
State did everything but beat
Alabama, but the axe fell when
Ole Miss laid it on by three touch touchdowns,
downs, touchdowns, and everything was back
where it was before.
Losing six times in a row at
the end of season makes the winter
colder, the spring longer and the
summer hotter. You curse and
wonder why autumn comes so late
this year.
OFFENSE DISAPPEARS
Last year this time, Davis
said from behind his desk in the
athletic building, I was wonder wondering
ing wondering about defense. We had an of offensive
fensive offensive group that could score.
His suspicion and his analysis
were accurate. State averaged 20
points a game but gave the op opposition
position opposition an average of 17. Only
Vanderbilt and Tulane were worse.
This year, he said, we can
play defenseif we cant, man,
were in trouble and were look looking
ing looking for offense.
We had a scrimmage the other
day and the final score was 3-0
and the second unit got the three.
When it comes to the point
that youve got to convert your
very best pass-catcher into a
quarterback, youve got troubles.
Don Saget wasnt just States best
pass-catcher last season. He was
States best ever, caught 24 passes
for 374 yards and four touchdowns.
But he had been a quarterback
by nature, is big, about 6-4 and
215, and can throw a football.
The pros will take him as a cat catcher,
cher, catcher, but a State he is the best
of the pitchers. Not agile as
quarterbacks are desired, but the
best man for the job.
The two best players at State
are offensive players. Bubba
Hampton, a tackle or a guard,
is known as one of the best
blockers in the SEC. Marcus Rho Rhoden,
den, Rhoden, a 160-pound sprinter, is known
as one of the most exciting run runners
ners runners anywhere. Hardly a game
passes but what Rhoden doesnt
run something back 50 yards or
morepunt, pass or kick.
Beyond them, however, there are
shadows. If the defense can hold
the other team long enough, may maybe
be maybe the offense will think of some something.
thing. something. If not theyve all got this
in their favor. Going home to Stark Starkville
ville Starkville is not nearly so bleak an
experience as it was 10 years
ago.
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!, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, September 21, 1966

Smith Ready
For Battle
Against Dogs
By TYLER TUCKER
Assistant Sports Editor

An exhausted and sweaty Dennis Coyne sat down hard on the locker lockerroom
room lockerroom bench. The Northwestern defensive halfback had just finished
a losing battle against a barrage of Gator passing and ground power.
Spurriers passes can kill you, a tired Coyne said, but so
can Floridas running game.
In torrid 100 degree heat, the Florida Gators moments ago had
completed a 43-7 victory, gaining 340 yards in the air and 206 on
the ground.
That Smith (Larry) is able to move the ball, Coyne said. Hes
real good at moving up the middle and is hard to catch once he gets
a little running room. Id say he has a chance to be a great one.
Larry Smith had ripped off a 36 yard gain in the first quarter
against the Wildcats, but he was forced to the sidelines for the re remainder
mainder remainder of the afternoon. The sophomore tailback supplied the
momentum to the Gator rushing game, compiling 57 yards in six
carries.
I think Larry would have done real well if he had been able
to play the entire game, a pleased Coach Ray Graves said.
A bruise, aggravated for the second time in a week, sent Smith
to the bench after his performance in the first quarter.
I bruised my hip in practice earlier in the week, Smith said.
I really felt like I could play the second half of the game.
I never had trouble with my hip before last week, Smith added.
Its only a bruise but I aggravated it during the game.
Smith, a Tampa product, led the Gator ground attack against the
heavier Northwestern squad. The offense, directed by quarterback
Steve Spurrier, gained a total of 102 yards in the first stanza, Smith
managing 53 of these yards on six carries and one pass reception.
The Gator tailback was checked by UF trainers early Sunday and
was put under a heat lamp to ease muscle strains. Only slight bruises
on his knee and a groin muscle pain hampered him.
The hip bruise wont bother me this week, Smith said. Ill
be at full speed this week and Ill be ready to play Saturday against
Mississippi State.
Smith was absent from light contact drills on the Gator practice
field Monday, but Graves said that Smiths absence was precaution precautionary.
ary. precautionary. He said that Smith will be in excellent physical shape for the
Saturday game.
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ATLANTA (UPI) --Quarterback
Steve Spurrier of Florida was
named SEC back of the week by
UPI, an honor he won several
times last season. Spurrier was
named to UPls national Back Backfield
field Backfield of the Week, as well as
Sports Illustrateds Back of the
Week.
Spurrier, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound
senior from Johnson City, Tenn.,
put on a great offensive show in
Floridas 43-7 victory over North Northwestern.
western. Northwestern. He completed 15 of 22
passes for 219 yards and three
touchdowns, kicked the first two
collegiate field goals he ever tried,
and had a 44-yard punting average.
A surprise tackle-eligible play
that clicked for a touchdown in the
final eight seconds against North Northwestern
western Northwestern Saturday pushed Floirda
tackle John Preston into the lime limelight
light limelight as state offensive lineman
of the week.

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Graw was named the first 1966

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The UPI rating board released
its first rating of collegiate teams
Tuesday afternoon. The board of
35 coaches from the seven geo geographical
graphical geographical regions rate college
teams on each weeks perfor performance.
mance. performance.
The standings are based on a
consensus and never on an individ individual
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derived from a number scale of
ten points for first, nine points
for second, etc.
Ist Place
TEAM Votes Points
1. Mich. St. (14) 270
2. UCLA (9) 200
3. USC (2) 186
4. Alabama (5) 179
5. Nebraska (0) 168
6. Michigan (2) 152
7. Purdue (0) 1 19
8. FLORIDA (1) 104
9. Arkansas (0) 05
10. Missouri (0) 83
11. Baylor (0) B2
12. Notre Dame (1) 73
13. Ga Tech (0) 73
14. SMU (1) 35
15. Miami 32
16. LSU 24
17. Tennessee 13
18. Ohio St. 14
19. Mississippi 10
20. Washington 4

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