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GATORS BOMB BULLDOGS, 28-7
No Defense Like Larry Rentz (And Co.)

By DICK DENNIS
Alligator Sports Editor
In August, UF grid coaches feared the defensive
secondary would be the Gators' weakest position.
But the last two Saturdays have taught the coaches
a lesson, entitled, Theres no defense like Larry
Rentz and company.
Rentz pilfered a pass from both Northwestern
and Mississippi State, setting up touchdowns in each
contest. Against the Wildcats, the fleet stringbean
returned an errant" aerial 19 yards to the North Northwestern
western Northwestern 42- yard line. Four plays later, signal-caller
Harmon Wages 25-yard keeper made the score 36-7.
Saturday Rentz put the game out of reach for the
Bulldogs. With the score 14-7, the Coral Gables
flash leaped high to deflect a Saget pass, batted
it up in the air, and hobbled it one, two, three times
before snaring the pigskin and dashing 18 yards to
the Bulldog 25-yard line.

Vol. 59, No 18

Jacobs Given Support
On Lower Utility Rates

By MAURY OLICKER
Alligator Staff Writer
The Gainesville Human Re Relations
lations Relations Advisory Board voted un unanimous
animous unanimous support Thursday to SG
President Buddy Jacobs campaign
to have Gainesville utility taxes
lowered.
The motion passed by the board
provides that Jacobs will go before
the Gainesville City Com mission in
October to explain why tax increa increases
ses increases on certain utility services are
unfair and should be rescinded.
The increases, says Jacobs, hit

Rion, Hale Blasted
For No Vets Office
By MATT FAISON
Alligator Correspondent
Bart Kimball, president of the UF Veterans Club, blasted
several university officials Thursday night, among them Dean
of Student Affairs Lester L. Hale for their hesitancy to ac
on the clubs request for office space.
The club had requested space in the Florida Union for an
office to channel veterans problems. According to Kimball,
an office, secretary and a direct telephone line to the veteran s
office in St. Petersburg are essential to keep VA benefit pro
lems to a minimum-
Speaking of his visit earlier this week with Dean Hale, Kim Kimball
ball Kimball told the meeting, Hale sympathized with us but said^ he
wouldnt help us. I would like to see you pay your rent with
toe discussion session that followed Kimball talked
about toe difficulties that led to toe present situation.
It began, he said, when he requested a small area in toe
basement of toe Florida Union. The area is used for two ping pingnong
nong pingnong tables and Kimball wanted about half of toe room. The
petition was turned down by the Unions space committee.
P Kimball says he blames Bill Rion, director of the Florida
Union for unduly influencing toe members of the committee.
Following World War 11, the Florida Union housed a veter veterans
ans veterans representative five days a week, Kimball added. He said
they also operated an off-campus store to serve veterans Uving
in a trailer city that materialized as a result of a housing short-
L !se Lets, he said, refuted the remark made to him by
Rion concerning a lack of precedent in granting veterans help.
Several members asked about space in the new Florida Union
when it is completed. Kimball answered, There ire people
Ho need money for food, groceries, andictoctor bills and we
.wait There is a good chance that people who don t
have gotten them if we had an office
g Rion stated the UF Veterans Club did not receive space in
the Florida Union because toe committee felt that other or organizations
ganizations organizations needed it more.

The Florida
Alligator

University of Florida

hardest where they can be least
afforded, and this is, in effect,
discrimination against UF stu students.
dents. students. The City of GalnesviHe sim simply
ply simply says increases in the cost of
living have continued, making the
tax increase necessary, but ac according
cording according to Jacobs, this does not
justify putting the bill on the small
power user, rather than those who
can better afford it.
The City Commission move,
made Aug. 31, raised the tax on
utility bills from five to 10 per
cent for all bills less than SIOO
per month. It also increased the

When Rentz quarterbacked Coral Gables to the
state high school championship two years ago, a
Miami area sportswriter then coined the phrase,
Theres no defense for Larry Rentz.
But it was Rentz shift to safety that provided
the spark to fire up his two teammates, defensive
halfbacks George Grandy and Bobby Downs.
Downs has saved two almost certain touchdowns
this season. Downs caught speedy Floridian Woody
Campbell from behind on the UF 25 yard line, when
it looked like the Northwestern back would tie the
game at 7-7.
Against the Bulldogs, the Winter Haven standout
pulled off the greatest act of thievery since the 25$
game coke. He raced in front of the intended receiver
and snared the ball just before his momentum car carried
ried carried him out of bounds. A State score would have
given them a 7-0 lead.
Senior George Grandy, who also handles the punt
return and kickoff return chores, provides the steady steadying

Monday September 26, 1966

deposit for electrical service from
sls to $25 and raised the at attachment
tachment attachment fee for turning on power,
from $1 to $3. This means, Ja Jacobs
cobs Jacobs pointed out, that a student
opening a new account with the
utilities commission must lay out
S2B initially, rather than sl6. Al Also,
so, Also, since almost all student bills
are below SIOO, each students tax
will be twice as much as before.
The tax issue, though brought
to the advisory council by Jacobs,
is not one affecting only UF stu students.
dents. students. Other council members re reported
ported reported complaints by many Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville citizens and the Gainesville
Sun has been bombarded with let letters
ters letters protesting the increase.
Student Government will set a
committee to investigate further
commission actions, Jacobs
said.
There is no form of retalia retaliation
tion retaliation the student body can take.
Indeed, there has never been any
need to take any in the past.
Relations with the City of Gaines GainesvUle
vUle GainesvUle have always been very good,
though they are becoming strained
as a result of this, he added.
UF students provide Gainesville
merchants with S2O million worth
of business every year.
The city showed its acknow acknowledgement
ledgement acknowledgement of this by making a
permanent place for the SG 'pres 'president
ident 'president on the Human Relations Ad Advisory
visory Advisory Board. The utilities com commission
mission commission always provides the poles
used in Homecoming celebration
for free, but we dont understand
this.
The Human Relations Advisory
Board, supporting Jacobs in this
issue, was created by the City of
Gainesville this fall to take up
matters involving relations among
citizens, UF students and city
government. The board takes up
problems that any citizen would
like them to consider, studies
them and makes recommendations
to the City Commission.
In addition to Jacobs, the Board
includes Chairman Rev. Earl Page,
Gainesville Sun Editor Ed John Johnson,
son, Johnson, UF Professor Lenard Pow Powers
ers Powers and several other prominent
citizens.

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ROTC Controversy:
Cadets Take Sides
(EDITORS NOTE: This is the second of three articles the
Alligator will run on the compulsory vs. voluntary ROTC pro prograrrw
grarrw prograrrw The Faculty Senate on Tuesday will vote on the volun voluntary
tary voluntary program.)
Advanced cadets in the Army ROTC program
the compulsory two-year course, an Alligator poll taken Friday
4 nrj | nQ fp(^
Juniors and seniors in the program voted on two questions:
Are you in lavor ol compulsory ROTC for the first two years
Sl Would you have taken advanced ROTC If you had not been
required to take basic?
%ie results show that of the 254 cadets polled 196 were in
favor of the compulsory program for the first two years.
In the second question, 88 indicated they would not have gone
into the advanced program if they had not been forced to e
the basic course. lf
The enrollment in the advanced program is the largest it
has ever been 322 cadets. .
In a poll taken in 1964, a smaller advanced class (172) indicated
in a similiar poll that 60 per cent would not have taken basic
if they had not been forced to take the basic program.
The advanced program at UF has better than doubled In three
ln l S there were 138 cadets while this years class
T come* 3 close* to the total number of commissioned UF
officers in the past five years 352.
( SEE CONTROVERSY PAGE 9 )

ing steadying influence of experience. Grandy possesses trem tremendous
endous tremendous desire and natural ability, is always capable of
making a spectacular, crowd-pleasing effort. Against
Northwestern, he managed to intercept a toss while
sprawled on his back.
Paul Davis, Mississippi State head coach, was quick
to realize the value of a sound secondary.
11 The interceptions killed us, and the one by Rentz
was probably the games turning point, Davis said
in retrospect*
The big mistake was the interception by Downs
which stopped a good drive we had going (to UFs
25-yard line). It took some of the starch out of
our offense, Davis added.
Head Coach Ray Graves agreed that the Gator inter interceptions
ceptions interceptions turned the tide.
Our secondary play was very alert and aggres aggressive,
sive, aggressive, Graves said- Anytime you have as much
speed in the secondary as we do, you have a big
advantage to start with.
( SEE DEFENSE PAGE 10 )



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, The Florida Alligator, Monday, September 26, 1966

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TO IMPROVE EDUCATION
Kirk Says No New Taxes

By MAURY OLICKER
Alligator Staff Writer
Republican gubernatorial candi candidate
date candidate Claude Kirk promised Fri Friday
day Friday to make Florida the best
state in education without levying
any new taxes.
Speaking twice before Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville audiences, Kirk expounded
on the views expressed in his
High Opens
New Student
Headquarters
Robert King High Democratic
candidate for governor, spoke Fri Friday
day Friday of the importance of the up upcoming
coming upcoming election to a crowd of
0 spine lOQ UF studente, as he
officially opened th> Students for
High headquarters.
*' T Never have the students of the
University of Florida failed to give
me their full support, High stated.
High also commented that the con continued
tinued continued support of UF students is
vital to his campaign. The up upcoming
coming upcoming election is extremely im important
portant important in that the decisions you
make will determine the future of
Florida for years, and even de decades
cades decades to come. These will truly
be jubilee years if you make the
right decisions now.
Highs brief speech was part of
the general celebration, on the
opening of High Headquarters at
the corner of 13th Street and Un University
iversity University Avenue. Hie candidate
opened the building by cutting a
red and white ribbon accross the
door.

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white paper on education, as
well as taking several swipes at
his opponents ultra-liberal phil philosophy.
osophy. philosophy.
In one speech, before Students
for Kirk in University Audi Auditorium,
torium, Auditorium, Kirk advocated giving the
Board of Regents final responsi responsibility
bility responsibility for spending university bud budgets,
gets, budgets, while leaving the job of
setting up budgets in the hands
of the State Cabinet.
Kirk also said the research
function of the university system
should be emphasized to attract
industry. We must be willing to
pay the salaries needed to attract
top research men as well as
top professors and instructors in
all disciplines.
GAX Smoker
A chapter of Gamma Alpha Chi,
the national professional adver advertising
tising advertising fraternity for women, is in
the process of becoming a rea reality
lity reality at UF. A rush smoker will
take place tonight at 7:30 p.m.
in Johnson Lounge of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union. All girls who are ac actively
tively actively interested in some phase of
advertising are urged to attend.
Mrs. Norma Einbecker has been
asked to be GAXs adviser.
Dr. Frank Goodwin will be the
guest speaker. Refreshments will
be served.
GROWL DEADLINE
Deadline for talent applications
for Gator Growl must be turned
in Wednesday by 4 p.m. to the
Growl office in the Florida Union.
Talent tryouts will be held
Thursday in the University Audi Auditorium
torium Auditorium and the winners will be
announced Friday.

Kirk spoke earlier in the day
to an audience of state school
superintendents and junior college
presidents in a meeting at the
Ramada Inn.
The biggest business in Flor Florida
ida Florida is education and my biggest
committment to Florida is educa education,
tion, education, he said.
Speaking of his pledges to pro provide
vide provide more money for teachers and
increased appropriations for this
minimum foundation program,
Kirk commented, I have not said
there is no need for increased
revenues, I have said there is
no need for new taxes.
Kirk also commented on op opponent
ponent opponent Highs campaign with these
words: The other side has start started
ed started its program of character as assassination
sassination assassination and the mud-slinging
will soon begin. I refuse to par participate.
ticipate. participate.

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Lack Os Finance
Ended 'Conservative
Lack of financial support caused the downfall of the Florida
Conservative, the official publication of the Conservative Club,
according to Bob Zinn, former editor of the paper.
Phil Geyer was editor when the paper began publication in
January, 1965. It was published bi-monthly until December,
1965. Zinn was the last of four editors.
Advertising for the paper was hard to sell mainly because
it was an ideological publication, says Ted Coleman, who worked
on the paper during the fall of 1965.
Zinn, 4JM,said an article about the Ku Klux Klan on Oct.
8, 1965 caused several of the advertisers to withdraw their
ads from the paper. The article was compsed primarily of
exerpts from a book by Dr. David Chalmers of UF's History
Department.
When advertisers began pulling out, the members of the club
began pulling out also, to keep from being responsible for the
cost of printing future editions. The dub had a contract with
Pepper Printing Company (now Starter Printing Company) to
print ten editions during the fall trimester of 1965, according
to Zinn. I paid about SBOO out of my own packet in keeping
with the contract which I had signed with the printing company
as president of the club, Zinn said.
The UF Conservative Club was organized in the Fall of 1962.

ADS SMOKER
TONIGHT
Tonight at 7:30 in Johnso
Lounge at the Florida Union, Al
pha Delta Sigma will hold its semi
annual rush smoker. All men in
terested in advertising and wish
ing to become familiar with th
professional aspects of it are urgei
to attend. Dr. Frank Goodwin su
per salesman, will be the gues
speaker. Refreshments will b
served.



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Monday, September 26, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

Food Service
Little Different,
Students Say
By 808 MENAKER
Alligator Managing Editor
Servomation may have new ideas about food service but some
UF students are still voicing the same old complaints.
Alligator Sports Editor, Dick Dennis summed it up for many
by saying, Theres been a change in the name only. Its still the
same people and they are no* more efficient than before.
Food Service Director Robert Overton explained help is always
a problem. He said the draft and other industries complete for
workers.
We are keeping many of the same people who worked for the
university, he said. We will work with them and try to upgrade
them.
Servomation, a private corporation bid successfully for the food
service contract. Until Servomation took over on July 1, food con concessions
cessions concessions had been handled by the university. The contract is for one
year and is renewable.
Overton admits there are many bugs to iron out on the food opera operation.
tion. operation.
We will have to becomemore organized before any great changes
are made, he said. -
We dont want complaints. We have set up an advisory committee
composed of students from the various living areas to see where
the problems lie and to solve them. This will give good service
more overall representation and the student better service.
Servomation, which is keeping the name University Food Ser Service,
vice, Service, took over university food handling contract after a series
of controversies which ended with the firing of Food Service Direc Director
tor Director Gay Welborn.
Overton said Servomation will try many innovations in food
handling.
We are planning special meals for special occasions also 'high
light meals, which will offer students a full course dinner, such as
lobster or steak, at a moderate price.
The meal plan, whereby a student eats three meals a day at a
food service outlet at reduced rate, has been revived after its de demise
mise demise last year. According to Overton, approimately 800 students
have signed up for the plan and there have been no complaints.
Opinions on the quality of the new food service operations runs
from better to mediocre. Dee Scarr, sophomore, Miami: Its
a little bit better. The food is not as greasy, but I would like to see
more variety.
Sue Connally, sophomore, Miami: I havent noticed any change.
The service is still slow and the prices are ridiculous. It takes
forever to be served.
Jean Mamlin, freshman, Nashville, Tenn.: Well, its not
Southern home cooking, but its acceptable. The variety is poor and
the service is terrible. Its edible, though, and I guess the nutri nutrition
tion nutrition is there.
Judy Miller, sophomore Cape Coral: The food is as greasy as
ever. The prices are the same and the service is not any better.
I havent noticed any difference.
AN INTRODUCTORY
FRIGHT LESSON
just $5
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devised. From the day we gave our first lesson, we have
NEVER had an accident. And no Cassels in the Air training
student has ever damaged himself or an airplane.)
Youll fly it yourself in your first 30 minutes in the air.
By The Way, If You Can Talk
A Pilot Friend Into Going To
The Vanderbilt Game, You
Can Fly Round Trip For S3O
Per Person.
IN THE AIR
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I, The Florida Alligator, Monday, September 26, 1966

.
f FROM THE
\ WIRES OF
UPI /
* .
International
NEW OPINION . Japans former Foreign Minister Zentaro Kosaka
said Sunday Communist Chinas current violent purge spearheaded
by the Red Guard is part of a massive preparation for the worst
eventuality-world war.
Kosaka, enroute home after heading a Japanese delegation on a
goodwill mission to Peking, said the Red Guard campaign is part
of the preparation aimed at consolidating the country and removing
so-called revisionist elements.
The Japanese traveler, who met Chinese Premier Chou En Lai
during the course of his 25-day visit tc Peking said there was a
feeling the Viet Nam war will escalate and carry some kind of
war to the China mainland.
SMALLPOX HITS JAKARTA ... A smallpox
epidemic has struck sections of the Indonesian
capital, the minister of health announced
Sunday.
CLAIMS VICTORY Congolese government troops Sunday claimed
victory over mutinous Katangese gendarmes after four days of
heavy fighting in the northern river post of Kissngani, formerly
Stanleyville. White soldiers of fortune supported government forces.
If confirmed, the government victory at Kisangani was a heavy
blow to the hopes of former Premier Moise Tshombe to make a
political comeback.
Tshombe, now exiled in Spain, counted on the strength and loyalty
of the Katangese-his tribesmen-to help him back to power.
MORE BOMBINGS . Giant 852 bombers
pounded the demilitarized zone border strip
Sunday just north of a battle area where U.
S. authorities said Am erican forces have kil killed
led killed at least 729 North Vietnamese troops in
one of the wars most successful operations.
LAST CHANCE Former British Foreign Secretary Patrick Gor Gordon
don Gordon Walker told the Council of Europe Assembly here Saturday that
a second failure by Britain to enter the Common Market would be
fatal.
He also pledged if admitted Britain would be sincere in its sup support
port support of the market, more sincere, perhaps, than certain of the pre present
sent present members.
National
VISITS U. S. . West German Chancellor
Ludwig Erhard arrived here Saturday for talks
with President Johnson on subjects ranging
from space and nuclear weapons sharing to
the war in Viet Nam and German military
purchases.
TRACE CLOUDS . U. S. and German scientists used a Nike-
Tomahawk two-stage rocket to launch a package of barium and cop copper
per copper oxide particles that formed streaks of red, green and blue clouds.
By tracing their course in the upper atmosphere, scientists hope
to learn more about earths magnetic forces and the behavior of
upper level winds.
SUSPECT CAPTURED ... A 28-year-old
convict who admits being in Chicago since
his Aug. 27 escape from a Minnnesota prison
farm was being questioned Sunday about the
Sept. 18 slaying of Valerie Percy.
Sheriff Darwin W. Legois of Kewaunee
County identified the man as Patrick Fred-_
erick Scott. He was captured following a high
speed chase of a stolen car early Saturday
near Algoma, Wis.
PROTESTS REJECTION . Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mans Mansfield
field Mansfield rapped Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko Saturday
for his froxen and unbending opposition to the latest U. S.
peace proposal on Viet Nam.
Mansfield issued a special statement regretting Gromykos re rejection
jection rejection of the suggestion by U. Ambassador Arthur J. GOLDBERG
that the United States would be willing to de-escalate the war if
North Viet Nam and the Communist Viet Cong would show signs of
curbing hostilities.
NEW DRAFT BILL . The House passed and sent to the Senate
last week legistation to let President Johnson call up as many
as 198,000 reservists and National Guardsmen for active duty along alongside
side alongside draftees.
Johnson did hot ask for the authority and there was no evidence
he would use it. It was incorporated in a so-called reserve bill
of rights whose main objective was to block a threatened merger
of tiie National Guard and the Army reserve.

New French
Peace Corps
PARIS (UPI) France, too has
its Peace Corps, making roads
in Morocco, teaching in Mexico and
building bridges in Madagascar.
But the French version is a
Peace Corps with a difference.
With a few exceptions its personnel
are young conscientious objectors
working for peace as an alternative
to doing service with the military.
Conscription is still the rule
here and every able-bodied
Frenchman of 18 is theoretically
liable for 18 months service. But
more and more young people are
declaring themselves conscient conscientious
ious conscientious objectors, and the government
hit on the idea of a Peace Corps
some two years ago to put them
to use for the country in a con constructive
structive constructive way.
Now the scheme has some 5,000
youths employed in more than 20
countries, mostly in Latin America
and French-speaking Africa.
Elects President
Protests US
RIO DE JANEIRO (UPI) Brazil
elects a new president Monday Oct.
3. Since theres only one candidate,
retired Army Marshal Artur Costa
Y Silva, and hell be elected by
12 state governors of his own
party-not by direct popular vote voteits
its voteits not going to be much of a
contest.
But the political pot boils hot
in Brazil nevertheless. There is
angry dispute over a pending new
constitution, there is a new con congress
gress congress to be elected Nov. 15 and
there is wide student unrest that
has flared violently in riots and
demonstrations.
Little over a week ago students
proclaimed a national day of pro protest.
test. protest. The students, demanding
abolition of a new sl3 annual tui tuition
tion tuition fee and an end to government
interference in student affairs,
also have lashed out at the United
States. Student leaders called the
U. S. the No.l enemy of the world
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Monday,
September 26

Administrative Notices To Students, Faculty 8c Staff

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING CLASS: Did you miss
the first meeting of the Computing Center's pro programming
gramming programming class? You are not too late to register
at the next class meeting, Wednesday, Sept. 28,
7:30 p.m. in the General Classroom Building, room
101. For more information call the Computing Cen Center
ter Center at 376-8246.
IDENTIFICATION PHOTOS: Tuesday, Sept. 27, is
the last day students can have ID card photographs
taken without charge. Photographs will be taken from
8 a.m. 12 noon and 1-5 p.m. in the basement of
Florida Gym. ID cards are official documents of
the University and students are required to have
them at all times.
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 Uni University
versity University College Foyer (3rd floor-General Classroom
Building) according to the following schedule: students
whose last names begin with (E- I) report Sept.
26-30; (J N) report Oct. 3-7; (O R) report
Oct. 10-14; (S Z) report Oct. 17-21.
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GSHSTgII Notices
HELP AND REVIEW SESSIONS IN AMERICAN
INSTITUTIONS AND BIOLOGY: Help and review
sessions sponsored by Student Government and Uni University
versity University College will be held every Monday in Hume
Hall Conference room. American Institutions will
meet at 2:30 p.m. and Biology at 7 p.m.

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Block and Bridle Club: Mr. Don
Wakeman, Grooming and
Training Cattle for Show, 254
McC, 7:30 p.m.
ADS Rush Smoker: FLU Johnson
Lounge, 7:30 p.m., all girls
interested in Advertising are
invited to organize a Chapter
of Gamma Alpha Chi Womens
Professional Advertising Soror Sorority.
ity. Sorority.
Alpha Delta Sigma: Rush Smoker,
FLU Johnson Lounge, 7:30 p.m.,
all men interested in adver advertising
tising advertising are invited.
Nuclear Sciences Medical Scien Sciences
ces Sciences Lecture: Dr. John Lenihan,
Physics and Physique, M-l 12
MSB, 4:30 p.m. Coffee and Tea
at 4 p.m.
Judo Club: South end of the Gym
Floor, 4:30 p.m.
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow Fellowship:
ship: Fellowship: Prayer meetings, 4th floor
of the Library every Monday
and Thursday, 5 p.m.
Mensa: Daily luncheons from 11
1 for faculty, students and staff
members. Reserved table in
West Wing of Main Cafeteria.
Seminole Pictures: For graduating
Seniors and Greeks, every week
day 12-5 and 6-9, Saturdays 10-
1,200 FLU.

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Tuesday,
September 27

PRE-MED AND PRE-DENT STUDENTS: Last week
to register with the pre-professional office, 111
Anderson. This is required by the professional schools.
ENGINEERING SEMINAR: Dr. W. Robert Marshall,
associate dean, College of Engineering, University
of Wisconsin, will speak on Interdisciplinary Pro Programs
grams Programs in Engineering Education Wednesday, Sept.
28, 4 p.m., in the Engineering Auditorium.

(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 morning
of the interview. All companies will be recruiting
for December, April and August grads unless other otherwise
wise otherwise indicated.)
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SYMETRICS ENGINEERING CORP. EE. POTTER,
BOWER & CO. -- Acctg. WORTHINGTON CORP.
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CE, ChE, EE, IE, ME, Eng. Sci. TOUCHE, ROSS,
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Law, Lib. Arts. TRAVELERS INSURANCE COM COMPANIES
PANIES COMPANIES -- Degree in any field for non-sales posit positions.
ions. positions. GULF POWER CO. Group meeting, 5 p.m.
Florida Union. BELL SYSTEM Group meeting,
0 5 p.m. Florida Union.
SEPT. 26, 27: MARTIN MARIETTA CORP.
AE, EE, ME, CE, Eng. Sci.

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Union Board: Dance Lessons, FLU
Social Room, 7:15 beginners;
8:30 advanced.
Real Estate Club: 218 FLU, 7 p.m.
FLU Forums Panel Discussion:
Univ. Aud., 8:15 p.m., Viet
Nam: What Next, Panelists:
Dr. A. A. Broyles, Dean L.
L. Hale, Dr. J. D. Spanier,
Dr. B. H. Waugh.
American Institute of Aeronautics
and Astronautics: Dr. Knox
Millsaps, Place of Technical
Society in Engineering and Sci Science,
ence, Science, 334 Eng., 7:30 p.m.
Angel Flight: Rush, FLU John Johnson
son Johnson Lounge, 7 p.m., all inter interested
ested interested applicants are invited.
Pi Sigma Epsilon: Group meeting,
220 FLU, 7 p.m.
Tuesday Evening Supper Club:
Presbyterian Student Center, 6:-
30 p.m., non-denominational,
everyone single and over 21
invited.
Union Board: Bridge lessons, 215
FLU, 7 p.m.
Wrestling Club: south end of the
Gym floor, 4 p.m.

Placement Notices

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September 28

PEACE CORPS RECRUITERS: Advance team of
Peace Corps recruiters will be on campus this
week, Sept. 26-30. Any organization, department or
professor desiring to have a Peace Corps repre representative
sentative representative speak to a group or class during the week
beginning Oct. 3, please contact the Advance Team
in Bryan Lounge, Florida Union, Ext. 2429 on or
after Sept. 26. Students who are returned volun volunteers
teers volunteers from Peace Corps service and advance train trainees
ees trainees are requested to contact the Peace Corps team.

SEPT. 27: GULF POWER CO. EE, ME, IE.
LAW ENGINEERING TESTING CO. CE. GIL GILLIAM
LIAM GILLIAM & WILTSHIRE Acctg.
SEPT. 27, 28: ARTHUR YOUNG & COMPANY
Acctg, Bus.Ad, Law. E. I. DUPONT de NEMOURS &
CO. -- CE, Bldg. .Cons, IE.
SEPT. 27, 28; 29: BELL SYSTEM EE, IE,
Math, Psy, ME, Eng.Scl, EE, ME.
SEPT. 27, 28, 29, 30: E. I. DUPONT de NEMOURS
& CO. ChE, ME, EE, IE, Ps, Che., Math, Met,
CE, NE. (Jrs. for summer employment).
SEPT. 28, 29: E. I. DUPONT de NEMOURS &
CO. Chem, ChE, Ps, Math.
SEPT. 28, 29, 30: ARTHUR ANDERSON & CO.
Acctg. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. Any graduate
interested in a retail career and executive train training
ing training program. PAN AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS,
INC EE.
SEPT. 30: MASONITE CORP. Wood Tech, For Forestry.
estry. Forestry. MILLIGAN & BURKE Acctg. BROWN EN ENGINEERING
GINEERING ENGINEERING CO., INC. CE, EE, ME, Math, Ps.
W. T. GRANT CO. -- Any graduate with Bach, degree
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Delta Sigma Pi: 118 FLU, 7 p.m.
Phi Delta Kappa, Beta Xi Chap.:
Asst. Head Coach Eugene El Ellenson,
lenson, Ellenson, Coordinating the Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Program with the Academic
Set-up, Park Lane Case., 6:30
p.m.
ALA film Series: Big City 19-
80, 103-BAFA, 8 p.m.
Propeller Club: Dr. Robert W.
Bradbury, The Possibilities of
a Latin American Common Mar Market,
ket, Market, 218 FLU, 7:30 p.m.
Pi Sigma Epsilon: Smoker, 215
FLU, 7:30 p.m.
Speleological Society: Group
Meeting, 324 FLU, 7 p.m.
Judo Club: south end of the Gym
floor, 4:30 p.m.
Bent Card Coffee House: Audi Auditions,
tions, Auditions, 1826 W. Univ. Ave., 8:-
30 p.m. Every kind of talent
wanted.
ADVANCED NOTICE: Journalism
Dames: Univ. Womens Club, 8
p.m., Thursday, Sept. 29. Guest
Speaker Dr. Harold Gertner,
People to People, all Jour Journalism
nalism Journalism and Communications
wives and husbands invited.

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The Florida Alligator
Ij Ou
EDDIE SEARS 808 MENAKER STEVE HULL
Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor
ANDY MOOR DICK DENNIS
Editorial Editor Sports Editor
Opinions of columnists do not uecessaniy reflect the
editorial viewpoint of the Alligator. The only official
voice of the Alligator staff is the editorial in the left
column.
Compulsory, Yes
You cant find a captain at Ft. Bragg.
There are green second lieutenants
commanding airborne compainies at Ft.
Benning. And they are the only officer
in the company.
Tuesday night the UF Faculty Senate
will vote on a matter that could affect
the national security of this nation.
The lack of officers in this country
can be traced to a single source --
Viet Nam. The Faculty Senate, if it
makes the wrong decision Tuesday, could
make the officer shortage even more
acute.
The Senate will vote to continue com compulsory
pulsory compulsory ROTC or switch to voluntary
ROTC.
This is not the time to argue for or
against the Viet Nam War. The Army
does not set our foreign policy. So why
hamper the strength of our fighting men?
UF is number one in service school
performance in the Third Army area.
This area includes 33 colleges and uni universities
versities universities -- among them Georgia Tech,
Tennessee, Alabama, FSU, Georgia, Cit Citadel
adel Citadel and Miami.
We quote from a letter from Maj.
Gen. George Duncan to President Reitz:
We would like to see a continuation
of your present program. It has been
highly successful, looking at it from a
purely military point of view. In the past
five years (the UF) has produced 355
officers of whom a substantial number
have accepted appointments in the Re Regular
gular Regular Army. Qualitative achievements of
your ROTC graduates at the Army Ser Service
vice Service School has been exceptionally out outstanding
standing outstanding . Currently, in this respect,
UF ranks first among all our ROTC
schools within Third U. S. Army.
The Air Force would love to see
ROTC become voluntary. We cannot buy
their narrow-minded attitude on the sub subject.
ject. subject. The Air Force is high over its
officer quota and would like nothing bet better
ter better than to cut back its ROTC program.
In doing so, the Air Force doesnt seem
to mind if it cuts the groundwork right
out from under the Army.
Its the Army that is doing the majority
of fighting in the jungles of Viet Nam.
Its the Army that needs officers to lead
our troops there.
If UF, number one in the Third Army,
goes voluntary will other schools follow
the lead?
The ROTC program is the chief source
of officers for the Army. But the figures
are disturbing. In 1957 the ROTC program
produced 13,161 officers. The projected
figures for 1967 is 9,888.
This is especially disturbing since the
Army needs 20,000 more men -- and if
the projected figures are correct will miss
by more than 10,000.
UF cannot afford to start a snowball
at a time like this. We strongly urge
the Faculty Senate to consider these
strong arguments in Tuesdays vote. And
we urge the Senate to continue compulsory
ROTC.

Having spent four days following
Governor Brown, a spirit of fair
play moved me to hop over to
Mr. Reagans campaign to analyze
equally his grasp of the issues,
his style of delivery, his election electioneering
eering electioneering strategy and to seek for
omens.
And so it was that at 8:30 the
other morning I joined Mr; Reagan
for his first major address of the
day. In the Hall of the Cruci Crucifixion.
fixion. Crucifixion.
The Hall of the Crucifixion, in
case you are unfamiliar with the
beloved shrines of Los Angeles, is
a beloved cathedral-like structure
high atop the highest beloved knoll
in Forest Lawn Memorial Park
the worlds most beloving ceme cemetery.
tery. cemetery.
The occasion was the monthly
meeting of the Forest Lawn Em Employees
ployees Employees Association. And a jollier
lot of mortuary attendants, burial
ground keepers, plot salesmen and
souvenir vendors youd never want
to meet. Never.
To hear them, 600 voices strong,
sock out Smile, DarnYa, Smile,
in the Hall of the Crucifixion at
8:30 in the morning is an exper experience
ience experience Ill forever remember. For Forever.
ever. Forever.
* *
But you have to lead up to an
experience like that gradually.
First .you walk up the broad steps
to the hall, past a huge ornate
sign saying that this shrine is
maintained only through the con contributions
tributions contributions of a generous public
specifically 25 cents each,
children and the clergy exempted.
Inside the church-like vestibule
is another sign saying shorts and
similar tourist-type attire are out
of place here, but smocks are
available free of charge. And
through that is the very Hall of
the Crucifixion itself, which is
an auditorium.
The huge wall down front was
covered with drapes. A lady em employee
ployee employee politely explained that be behind
hind behind them was a vast painting of
the crucifixion. But it wouldnt
be uncovered because of the se secular
cular secular nature of the occasion.
A piano and an organ were bang banging
ing banging out lively tunes to warm up
the audience. Stage center was a
carved oak rostrum with a spray

Our Man Hoppe
- By ART HOPPE

of carnations and gladiolas in front
of it and the American and For Forest
est Forest Lawn flags on either side. Mr.
Reagan sat in the front row in
a maroon sport coat, looking brave.
Following a prayer and the
Pledge of Allegiance, a gentleman
wearing a grey suit, glasses and
a throat microphone cried: Let's
show our illustrious guest how
Forest Lawn can sing. And,
stomping his foot, he led us in
not only Smile, Darn Ya, Smile,
but Marching Along Together,
The More We Can Get Together
(the happier well be), and not
one, but two verses of the Star-
Spangled Banner.
Mr. Frederick Llewellyn, the
executive vice president of Forest
Lawn, took over and said, Good
Morning.
Good Morning, chorused the
crowd.
Oh, we can do better than that
on this bright sunny morning, cant
we? he said. Good Morning.
And they did thunderously better.
Mr. Llewellyn then read a long
list of employees who had broken
legs, recent surgery or were
otherwise snug abed and said we
should remember them with card
or letter as we would like to be
remembered.
We at Forest Lawn, said the
lady next to me happily, just
love these get-togethers.
* *
The candidate also spoke.

Florida Alligator Staff
NICK ARROYO CAROL HEFNER GENE NAIL
Photo Editor Society Editor Editorial Assistant
JO ANN LANGWORTHY TYLER TUCKER
General Assignment Editor Assistant Sports Editor
STAFF WRITERS Marti Cochran, Bob Beck, Barbara Frank,
Sue Froemke, Sharon Bauer, Barbara Gefen, Lin Johnson, Maury
dicker, Harry Moore, 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.
In order to better cover campus events the Alligator uses
reporters from the School of Journalism and Communications.
1 elr bylines are followed by Alligator Correspondent."

Campus
Mirror
By 808 MENAKER^
Alligator Managing Editor.
A rose by any other name.
There has been a great deal of
controversy lately over the Board
of Student Publications decision
to change the name of the UFs
venerable yearbook, the Seminole
by means of a coir
It seems that££jMr t
some of the boys,
expecially one re resurrected
surrected resurrected former
Seminole editor, | J|| |
say the name
Seminole is ?
Seminole Edi Editor
tor Editor Nel Laughon, MEN AKER
who came up
with the idea, summed it up per perfectly
fectly perfectly when she said, when a
tradition is outdated, you change
it.
It takes a little courage to change
a tradition, but thats better than
SG's tradition commission of a
few years back. In one fell swoop
they adopted traditions for UF.
You just dont adopt traditions, they
grow. But by the same token,
whfen a tradition is outdated you
stand up for change, as Nel Laugh Laughon
on Laughon has done.
The name Seminole certainly
is outdated. It was fine 55 years
ago when Florida State University
was a gleam in some educators
eye. But with the boys from FSU
having the nickname Seminole
things get kind of complicated.
I mean whats the sense of having
your yearbook with the same name
as your arch-rival?
Leg Council, in the meantime,
has passed a bill saying no monies
will be paid to the yearbook unless
it is called the Seminole.
This smacks of nothing more
than the whim of a few people
who insist that tradition be main maintained.
tained. maintained.
Seminole Editor Nel Laughon has
said she will abide by a poll to
be conducted by the Alligator, on
whether or not to change the year yearbook's
book's yearbook's name. If the students don t
want the name changed, she said,
we wont change it. Its their
yearbook.
I feel the same way. If students
want the name changed -- change
it. If they don't, then Seminole
it will be.
In any event, it is up to the
Council to abide by the wishes of
the students who elect them
not a few people who live in the
past.



EDITOR:
I feel compelled to acfin Hi jfty i yiin li ilr
in countering Mr. Tralins rebuttal about the formers
views of American policy in Vietnam. For the sake
of brevity I will atempt to rebut Mr. Tralins well wellordered
ordered wellordered arguments, one at a time.
First, the fact that rice has had to be imported
is not inconsistent with the other fact that hundreds
of thousands of South Vietnamese peasants have been
killed. The United States has also destroyed a signifi significant
cant significant amount of crop acreage by its use of chemical
defoliation and spraying techniques. Just this past week
21 eminent scientists, including 7 Nobel Prize winners
wrote a letter to the president opposing such actions
in the name of humanity and decency. (It is a well wellknown
known wellknown fact that cutting down the food supply will
affect primarily the very old and the very young.
The last to be affected will be the men of fighting
age.)
Second, it seems that Mr. Tralins has, as have
many people, misunderstood the nature of the war.
He asks Mr Morris if it is not really the North Viet Vietnamese
namese Vietnamese who are helping to kill the South Vietnamese,
instead of the United States. But statictics put out

Ashamed Os Lack Os Spirit

EDITOR:
I am a graduate of the Univer University
sity University of Florida and proud of our
great institution. Over the years
as a student and alumnus, I have
been at a loss Jo fully understand
the lack of school spirit displayed
from time to time by the Florida
student body in support of its
football team. It always thrills me
to hear a unified student section
shouting Go Gators. The in inconsistency
consistency inconsistency of the support does not
speak well at all of any student
body. Everyone cheers a winning
team, but the true test comes
when a team fails to perform in
accordance with the wishes of
the crowd.
The lack of school spirit at the
University of Florida was never
more evident than during the Flor Florida-Northwestern
ida-Northwestern Florida-Northwestern game. The in incident
cident incident to which I refer was in
the second quarter when there was
a third and long yardage situation
with Florida deep in its own ter territory
ritory territory when All-America Steve
Spurrier dropped back in punt for formation.
mation. formation. The student section res responded
ponded responded in an inexcusable fashion
with a great boo that could

Against Miss Sanger
EDITOR:
OK Uncle Sam. Grab your little thumb and press another one
our precious American freedoms into the dust. Not too hard
now. Remember the cry is regulation not annihilate. It will
make Miss Sanger, the esteemed and omnipotent Alligator
columnist, happy. Her fears that we uninformed citizens (under
the guise of demonstrators) may claim to be more knowledg knowledgable
able knowledgable than some of our pot-bellied politicians must be alle alleviated.
viated. alleviated. The American Way, she cries, Preserve the Ameri American
can American Way." Press, Sammy boy, press.
Someone ought to slap a copy of the Bill of Rights (American
style) down in front of Miss E. & O. Sanger. The fact that the
American Way encompasses freedom of assembly and expres expression
sion expression might just blow her mind. Perish the thought.
But, then, Miss Sanger could always hide behind the wall
of her claim of the futility of demonstrations. Why act when
results are nil? Come now, Miss Sanger, why dont you poke
your little nose out from behind the protective shield. You
would realize that Reverend Martin Luther King does not scrape
his soles on the pavement for the pure ecstasy o J
Rights has not moved from national concern since he trod his
first objecting step. And how many years previous to his marches
did Kings race sit on their reflexes and get nowhere? Demon Demonstrations
strations Demonstrations may not have had the bomb banned yet, u oo w a
they have done for integration.
Well, Miss Sanger, youve got one more wall you can sc y
to. Many demonstrations are born in boredom and their p
ticipants merely playing follow the leader. Bu en,
you. Yesterday it was cool to picket, but today 1 sc P
cry Ah ha! Conforming to non-conformity, you wre c
your elected officials, Miss Sanger? How maay yea *jf 1
play the string-along- with- Baines-baby game, owo s
to judge the essence of a demonstration? You? em
OK kid, youre naked now, youve nothing to run and hide be behind.
hind. behind. Next time you jump on your camp little bandwagon, m e
sure the curtains are Open first, glance at the sun.
TONY GILIBERTI, lUC

In Defense Os Morris 9 Viet Views

probably have been heard in Ocala.
There can be no question but
that punting the ball in this sit situation
uation situation was smart football. How However,
ever, However, this is completely im immaterial.
material. immaterial. Even if it was the dumb dumbest
est dumbest play that has ever been called
on the gridiron, what kind of stu student
dent student body is it that would res respond
pond respond in this fashion toward a Uni University
versity University of Florida football team?
Dont all of us want the same
thing an athletic program of
which we can be truly proud? I
certainly hope this incident will
not go unnoticed in your paper.
If this type of attitude is to be
tolerated, then quite frankly, we
Gators dont deserve the caliber
of football team that performed
then, or the fine coaching staff
that produced it.
Motivation on the part of the
individual athlete always has been
and always will be a key factor
in building any winning team. I
could not help but think how such
a demonstration would have affect affected
ed affected me if I had been on the grid gridiron
iron gridiron playing my heart out and get getting
ting getting all bruised up in 95-degree
heat.
Such behavior on the part of

by the Defense Department will illustrate that, up
until a few months age, there were very few North
Vietnamese fighting in South Vietnam. The major forces
in the South come from the Viet Cong, a military
organization comprised of approximately 80 per cent
native Southerners.
As to Mr. Tralins statement about brothers I am
confused. Is he buying that the reporters who described
this situation are wrong, or that it is not a reason
to withdraw? It is a fact (as even US News and World
Report will admit that Saigon prostitutes are now the
elite of South Vietnam. Iwill concede that this is no
kind of nation into which South Vietnam has been
transformed during our rapid military buildup.
Fourth, the figures you have cited with relation to
South Vietnams progress are open to question, but
will be accepted here for the sake of argument. But
Castros Cuba has virtually eliminated illiteracy (in
half the time in which we have been in Vietnam).
Peking has raised the level of income of most of
its peasants over that of the Chiang-Kai-Shak period.
Russia has introduced significant prosperity in its
country too, and given the individual Russian the
economic base from which he can then proceed to

Gator fans prompted Bennie Mar Marshall,
shall, Marshall, one of the Souths top sport
writers, to comment in his col column
umn column in the Birmingham Herald:
That strange breed of fans
(Ray) Graves lives with stopped
cheering and used their lungs for
booing loudly early in the second
quarter when Florida, leading 7-0,
chose to punt on its 24-yard line
on third and eight.
Bob Woodruff is back, said
a voice in the press box, but
they had forgotten all about it
when they went partying and col collecting
lecting collecting the bets Saturday night.
There is always next Saturday,
of course.
I shall always be proud of the
University of Florida and win
or lose its football team, but
I sincerely hope that I shall never
again have to suffer the shame
and disgust for so many students
as I felt last Saturday.
This episode and the above quote
should be all that is necessary
to cause the student body to take
a very careful look at itself and
then dedicate itself to becoming the
most spirited bunch of students
in the country. When you do this,
you may then deserve such a fine
football team and coaching staff
as you are fortunate enough to
have this year.
DAVID H. LEVIN
Attorney, Pensacola

. \ i
Yes, Buddy,
There is a
Decision Party.
t
(The Alligator has ignored it, but 16 candidates for Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Council haven't.)
St
*
(Paid Political Adv.)

Monday, September 26, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

seek certain liberties and freedoms.
As for the pride that the soldier feels over there,
the whole question of how he got that pride is open
to question. When one human being must (under orders)
kill another human being he must rationalize the action.
If I am called to serve over there and am fired upon
I too will undoubtedly have to adopt some self selfjustification
justification selfjustification for killing these people. Abetter indicator
than U.S. soldiers attitudes are Vietnamese soldiers
actions. 117,000 South Vietnamese soldiers deserted
last year, and the figure will go up this year. As more
American boys are sent over there it is obvious that
the average Vietnamese doesnt believe that his country
is worth dying for (or more reasonably doesnt be believe
lieve believe that it is his country that he is dying for when
he fights with the American.) This is an indicator
of how much we have helped the Vietnamese peasant.
The only criticism I would have with Mr. Morris
column is that he did not go f&r enough, that he was
not blunt enough about a miserable war and a disastrous
future.
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for sale
1965 ALLSTATE compact scooter,
real good condition. 1,500 miles,
$l6O. For more information, 372-
7029 after 5 p.m. (A-12-st-c).
FLAMENCO Guitar. SIBO with
case. Call 372-7975 after 5 p.m.
(A-15- st-c).
FOR SALE: 1966 HONDA 150
with rolled and pleated seat lug luggage
gage luggage rack, barrel pipes, road roadgears,
gears, roadgears, Call 378-5424. (A-15-st-c).
SBE 33 transistor amateur trans transscvr.
scvr. transscvr. 80-15 mtrs. 100 watts w/
SWR bridge, mobile mic., and 200
ft. of coax. S2OO or best offer.
Call Doug, 376-4347. (A-15-3t-p).
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).
1965 BLACK HONDA Super Hawk
305 cc. See at Charlie Murrays
Marine Sales and Service, 516
West University Ave. (A-17-st-c).
ATTENTION SORORITIES AND
FRATERNITIESIBeautifuI large 14
piece cut glass punc' bowl set.
SSO. Call 372-6818. (A-17-st-c).
Hi-Fi EQUIPMENT: Jensen TF3
speaker, Dyna Pre-amp and amp;
Garrard changer and Fisher AM AMFM
FM AMFM tuner. $125. Call 376-2018.
(A-17-It-c).
1962 DUCOTI 250 cc. In June 66
rebuilt engine at a cost of $246.
Must sell, need money, sacrifice
$295. Runs excellent, 616 NW 13th
St., Cottage A, behind Knotts Bar.
(A-17-3t-p).
for rent
s.
/
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).
r
wanted
FEMALE ROOMMATE to share
3 bedroom house, 1 1/2 blocks
from campus. 1103 SW 4th Ave.
378-5279, monthly $28.75. (C- 7-
3t-c).
MALE ROOMMATE wanted to
share 2 bedroom apartment with
kitchen. $37.50 monthly plus 1/2
utilities Call 378-5977. (C-17-
3t-c).
felwj PjwJ hi show j
lvery 1
law. IM ST. 372p9SaHHMi
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help wanted
WANTED part time secretary,
neat typist, short hand preferred
but not essential. Hours are 1-5
p.m., 5 day week, good working
conditions. Phone Wilford Thomp Thompson
son Thompson at 376-4479. (E- 7-st-c).
STUDENT Stenographer for typist.
10 hours per week in afternoons.
See Mrs. Brannon NRN 334,
8-12 noon, ext. 2005. (E-17-st-c).
HIGH INCOME JOBS ON CAMPUS
Get a high paying job in sales,
distribution or market research
right on your own campus. Be Become
come Become a campus representative for
over forty magazines, American
Airlines, Operation Match, etc. and
earn big part-time money doing
interesting work. Apply right away!
Collegiate Marketing, Dept. H, 27
E. 22 St., New York, N.Y. 10010.
(E-15-3t-c).
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).
MALE subjects, 21 years of older,
for vocal x-ray, $5 per hour,
10 maximum after screening and
teaching. Call Ext. 2307 and ask
for Mrs. Easom, 9-12 noon and
1-5 p.m. (E-15-3t-c).
autos
i IK
SUMPTUOUS 1965 Buick GS con convertable,
vertable, convertable, like new condition, green
with tan leather,-four speed, new
tires, call 378-6595. (G-17-st-c).
1964 SAAB GT, SBSO. New tires,
Blaupunkt radio, good condition,
call 372-4637, after 5 p.m. (G (G---17-3t-c).
--17-3t-c). (G---17-3t-c).
1958 CHEVROLETconvertable,V CHEVROLETconvertable,V-8,
8, CHEVROLETconvertable,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).
situations
wanted
WOULD LIKE to do all phases of
student typing in my home. Above
average speed and accuracy. If
interested, call 372-6818 or see
1821 NW 7th St. (F-16-st-c).
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I, The Florida Alligator, Monday, September 26^1966^

personal
WHO is Steve Gertzman?
What will Steve Gertzman do for
you?
Check Tommorrow!
Political Advertisement (J-17-
lt-p).
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 Sim ms, 741
E. 55 St., Box 1355, Hialeah,
Florida. (J-14-st-p).
WANTED car pool to Ocala, Mon Monday
day Monday through Friday, beginning Oct.
3. If interested contact Brian Eck Eckersly,
ersly, Eckersly, 372-1993. (J-15-st-c).
lost-found
LOST Brown rimmed glasses
vicinity gate 14, section 83, after
Northwestern game. Phone, 378-
4553. (L-17-lt-p).
9
LOST: Girls round pocket mir mirror
ror mirror with brown handle and trim.
On back, flowers embedded in blue
plastic. Call 372-5292 after 6
p.m. Reward. (L-15-st-p).
REWARD: $5 for return of girls
wallet lost Tuesday in Library.
No questions asked. Sentimental
attachment to IDs within. 378-
4838. (L- 16-st-p).
services
FLY HOME FOR WEEKEND
Miami and Palm Beach based pi pilot
lot pilot will fly you home for prac practically
tically practically same as bus or train fare.
Call Vic Ines, 378-6669. (M-17-
3t-c).
NURSERY. Complete central heat heated
ed heated & 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).

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FLY TO FORT LAUDERDALE via
scenic Florida Coast with EX EXPERIENCED
PERIENCED EXPERIENCED PILOT. Leaving 9/
30, return 10/2. Contact Don Ko Kozich
zich Kozich at 378-5103. (M-16-3t-p).
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---14-10t-c).
--14-10t-c). (M---14-10t-c).
ARE YOU man enough to listen
to a dynamic anti-communist mes message?
sage? message? Dial Let Freedom Ring
3*72-3364. Taped message changes
weekly. (M-14-Bt-p).
PROFESSIONAL dressmaking/
designing/ alterations. Contenital
custom hand finishing. Gail Guynn
- Pot Pourri Shop, Village Square,
378-1991. (M-15-ts-c).
CLASSICAL and Flamenco Guitar'
Lessons, Afternoon and Evenings,
Call 378-6024. (M-9-10t-p).
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scenic Florida Coast with EXPER EXPERIENCED
IENCED EXPERIENCED PILOT. Leaving 9/10, re return,
turn, return, 10/2. Contact Don Kozich
at 378-5103. (M-16-3t-p).
Will be open for all ballgames
and also entire Homecoming Week Weekend.
end. Weekend. Call for reservations: 376-
0917 or after 6 p.m. 372-4021.
(M-16-6t-c).
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plication application photos. Childrens
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problems. Call Wesley-Roosevelt
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no delays. Prices comparable to
bus and train, cheaper than air airlines.
lines. airlines. Schedule arranged to suit
passengers, Call Doug evenings
at 378-4981 or 378-6669. (M-16-
st-c).

for rent
c
ONE TRAILERSPACE FOR RENT.
Shady & quiet. Coeds only. Call
466-3300. (B-l- 2t-c).
help wanted
WAITERS AND WAITRESSES
WANTED. Full-time or part parttime.
time. parttime. Apply in person Larry's
Restaurant, 1225 W. Univ. Ave.
(E-l-ts-c).
7
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part time work on Friday and
Saturday nights. Call George
Doyle. 378-1411. (E-l-2t-c).
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The ROTC Controversy

of the alligator poll
Wagmnmm y es No Yes No
Ar^otninavo^^om Ar^otninavo^^ompulsory
pulsory Ar^otninavo^^ompulsory ROTC? 106 36 90 22
Would you have joined the
program if you had not taken
basic? 89 30 54 58

I ( FROM PAGE 1)
IUF also stands first in the Third
|rmy area (33 colleges and uni-
Irsities) in performance in ser-
Ice schools.
[An Alligator man-on-the-street
bll Friday indicated campus opin opinbns
bns opinbns were split on the issue.
[ In a study conducted by the Uni Uni[ersity
[ersity Uni[ersity of Mississippi regarding
3 universities that changed from
ompulsory to voluntary attend attendee
ee attendee in the first year of the pro program

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gram program decreased approximately 62
per cent.
In another study, by The Na National
tional National Observer, it was pointed out
in 1965 the Army was 2,000 men
below its goal of 12,000 second
lieutenants. This year it will be
more than 12,000 short of its
20,000 goal.
The Observer also took a uni university
versity university that switched from com compulsory
pulsory compulsory to volunteer in 1965.
The last year of the compulsory
program, there were 1,024 fresh freshmen
men freshmen and 466 sophomores in basic.

After the switch there were 392
freshmen and 172 sophomores in
the program.
Some universities have gone the
other way-- but they are few
and far between. Rutgers for ex example,
ample, example, had a larger program after
going on the voluntary program.
Not Too Late
To Register
For Computer
The Computing Center began its
computer programming course
last Wednesday night but it is still
not too late to register. The center
is using a lecture type approach
this year rather than the program programed
ed programed learning method used pre previously.
viously. previously.
In general, the class is oriented
toward the individual with no ex experience
perience experience in business machines and
s no scientific background. The pur purpose
pose purpose of the class is to introduce
the student to FORTRAN, the most
common problem-oriented langu language
age language in use today. It will be taught
as simply and clearly as possible
with practice emphasized more
than theory.
If you missed the first meeting
you can still attend. Register at
the Computing Center or at the
next class meeting on Wednesday
at 7:p.m. in the General Class Class-room
-room Class-room Building Room 101.

Call _ M Low Financing
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Air Cond., PS, PB, R&H. Au Auto
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only 1695.00
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dow Window 1695.00

1967 MODELS NOW ON DISPLAY.
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student who filled out a card evaluation,
Hallmark gave Dollars for Scholars 25-cents.

Leadership Conference
Set For Saturday

A Leadership Training Con Conference
ference Conference will meet at the Hub Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Oct. 1, from 8:30 a.m. to
1:30 p.m. The purpose of this

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meeting is to acquaint present
leaders and prospective leaders
in the different methods of effec effective
tive effective leadership.
Various leaders will talk about
the financial problems of the Stu Student
dent Student Government and their res respective
pective respective organizations. Also to be
discussed is the new Florida Un Union
ion Union building and the office space
that will be available after its
completion.
Florida Alligator Editor Eddie
Sears will explain to various lea leaders
ders leaders how they can get publicity
about their functions, projects and
other business.
A keynote address, to be de delivered
livered delivered by Scott Kelly, entitled
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Page 10

, The Florida Alligator, Monday, September 26, 1966

Bulldogs Dazzled By Gator Power, Desire

By JIMMEY BAILEY
Alligator Sports Writer
Following Saturdays 28-7 defeat
at the hands of the Florida Gators,
the Mississippi State Bulldogs had
nothing but praise for the Gators.
It would have been hard for
anyone to beat Florida, said quar quarterback
terback quarterback Don Saget. They really
wanted to beat us.
Last season Saget was an of offensive
fensive offensive end on the Bulldog squad.
He scored two touchdowns in the
18-13 upset.
How does this years Gator team
compare with last years squad?
Theyre better, said Saget.
I know we are good and they beat
the hell out of us. They made very
few mistakes and capitalized on
ours.
Paul Bryant of Alabama picks
the Gators to win the SEC cham championship;
pionship; championship; where would you place
the Gators in the standings?
If Florida plays like they played
against us for the season, they will
be champs, Saget said. Yes,
I think theyll win everything.
At quarterback Saget got a good
look at the Gator defense. After
the game he had several opinions.
It's tough, real tough. Their

Defense Likes Gator Rentz;
Safety Alters Grid Character

(FROM PAGE 1)
Steve Spurrier, cheered on by
his father, uncle and wife appeared
shaky the first half and completed
only five of nine attempts, with
two near interceptions. Helped by
halftime offensive adjustments,
Spurrier began to hit his recei receivers
vers receivers and completed five of seven
attempts. For the afternoon, the
Johnson City, Tenn., flash was
10 for 16 with 138 yards.
Floridas running attack began to
show signs of strength and bril brillance
lance brillance Saturday. The Gators scored
two touchdowns on the ground. The
12-play 60 yard TD march for
the second Gator score contained
nine running manuevers.
Spurrier stuck to the ground
completely for six plays and Flor Floridas
idas Floridas third score.
Credit should be given to Bull Bulldog
dog Bulldog quarterback Don Saget, who
beat the Gators at his end posi position
tion position last season. Saget faked beau beautifully
tifully beautifully to streak untouched into the
end zone for the Bulldogs only
score.
Tailback Larry Smith, still ham hampered
pered hampered by a painful hip injury,
was used sparingly by Graves.
He was put in the game on key
situations, such as third down and
three yards to go. Despite this
factor, Smith led both teams in
rushing yardage. He carried the
ball nine times for 39 yards and
scored one touchdown on a six
yard struggle.
Davis said he was glad Smith
hadnt played full time.
Smith is a fine-looking boy.
He gave us a lot of trouble, but
didnt play enough to hurt us much.
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boys are in top notch shape and
they are real strong, Saget said
of the defensive unit. They are
just plain tough.
Marcus Rhoden sat looking de dejectedly
jectedly dejectedly at the floor, sipping a
soft drink. The MacClenny, Fla.,
halfback had just been held to -5
yards rushing.
The Gators are a real fine
team, Rhoden said. They just
wanted to beat us more than we
wanted to beat them. State lost
its first conference contest to
Georgia the previous Saturday.
The contest was the first confer conference
ence conference dogfight for the Gators.
Their (Gators) defense looked
a little stronger, Rhoden con continued.
tinued. continued. And they still have that
explosive attack. I think they are
better than last year.
Andy Rhoades, State offensive
halfback, was nearby.
How tough are the Gators line linebackers
backers linebackers and linemen?
Tough, Rhoades said sharply.
They fill up the holes real fast
and they hit real hard. They are
in good shape and are real strong.
They wanted to win this game bad badly.
ly. badly. They have a real good team
and should win a lot of games

I sure wish we could grow boys
like that in Mississippi, Davis
said wistfully.
The Gators bottled up Marcus
Rhoden effectively for the second
straight year. TheMacClennyflan TheMacClennyflankerback
kerback TheMacClennyflankerback was stopped coid last year,
and lost five yards in two carries
Saturday.
When asked why Rhoden wasnt
used more often, Davis answered,
We like to use Rhoden running
the end sweep toward the weak
side of the line, but we tried
it once early in the game and it
didnt work.

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this year.
Square-shouldered D. D. Lewis,
State linebacker and big tackle
Sappo Moore, were packing
their football gear. They were
ready for the long journey home.
How good is the Gator offense?
Lewis replied, Florida has a
real good attack. They have the
capability of going all the way on
one of Spurriers passes. And,
he continued, with Smith (Larry)
and McKeel (Graham) they can
score on the ground. Smith is
one of the hardest running backs
I have ever seen. He hits the
line real fast and keeps driving.
He has great size, too.
Moore was asked about the Ga Gator
tor Gator pass protection on passing
plays.
It was fair, Moore said. Its
early in the season and they need
to work on that some. But, Spur Spurrier
rier Spurrier doesnt need much protec protection.
tion. protection. Hes great. Give him good
protection and hell complete 40
passes in a game.
Yeah, that Spurrier is really
good, Lewis interrupted. He
keeps the defense guessing. He
mixes up his plays real well and

Things have not chan* ad much
for the Orange and Blue. The
coaches knew before the season
started that UF would have to be
2-0 before going on the road in
order to have a good season. But
now, the road journey doesnt ap appear
pear appear to have as many bends, dips,
and rocks strewn across the path
back to Gainesville.
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he can change a play at the line
of scrimmage. That helps a team
a lot.
Tommy Corbett, State defensive
halfback, was still wet from his
shower. He had washed the heat
from his sun-hardened body.
Did the heat bother the half halfback?
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It did a little, Corbett res responded.
ponded. responded. We had 65 degree wea weather
ther weather to practice in the past week
and were not conditioned very
well for the 90 degree weather.
But, it was really the Gators
that hurt us. Theyre real good.
You covered Trapp (Richard)
some. Did your team have any
special coverage for him?

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, The Florida Alligator, Monday, September 26, 1966

Gators Played Like
( i
'MembersOf Family

By MIKE WILLARD
Alligator Sports Writer
With a combination of team
work and sound play The Florida
Gators sent the Mississippi State
Bulldogs yelping back to Starke Starkeville.
ville. Starkeville.
Bobby Downs, junior defensive
halfback, summed up the Gator
victory.
We played like we were all
members of one family, the
speedy back said as the Gators
cooled their heels in the Florida
dressing room We were really
a tough team.
Last week the Gators ran head
on into the Wildcats of North Northwestern.
western. Northwestern. The result was 43-7 as
the Wildcats* Southern invasion
bogged down under the Florida Sun.
Head coach Ray Graves had this
comparison:
When you play Mississippi
State its sure not like playing the
Wildcats. State has a good team teamwe
we teamwe earned our-victory.
The Florida offense scored 28
points, but the Gator head coach
was especially pleased with the
defense which held the Bulldogs to
one touchdown.
The defense was really a great
factor in all scoring playsthey
kept us in field position most of
the day, he said.
Florida quarterback Steve
Spurrier, who opened his bid for
the Heisman trophy last week by
winning a host of national and state
honors, praised his offensive line.
The Bulldogs hardly got to me
at all, said the senior quarter quarterback.

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back. quarterback. The offensive line did a
tremendous job of blocking. But
the Gator star was disappointed
with his own play.
I should have hit no more pas passes
ses passes than I did. The dropback play
was working real welll should
have used it more.
Spurrier bombarded the Bulldog
defense for two touchdowns by hit hitting
ting hitting 10 of 16 passes.
Florida fans Saturday saw
shades of last years All-American
Charlie Casey in end Jack Coons.
The lanky junior was sandwiched
in the end zone between two Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs but still caught the ball to
begin the Flroida scoring spree.
Strange things happen in the
end zone, said Coons after the
game. I guess I just wanted that
one real bad.
The game was characterized by
a strong Gator second effort. Stifl Stifled
ed- Stifled 7-7-at half time the Gators ran
rampant after the intermission.
For individual effort, Sophomore
Larry Smith should be singled out.
Favoring an injured hip and leg,
Smith was hit on the Gator two twoyard
yard twoyard line by several tacklers. He
managed to struggle across the
final marker with three Bulldogs
on his back.
We were really up for
this one, said Smith. Everyone
did a real good job. The Tampa
youth thought he would be ready
for next weeks action with Van Vanderbilt
derbilt Vanderbilt but said it would be up
to the coaches.
Safety Larry Rentz, an unlikely
prospect for a college football
player if one goes by size, made

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on containing Bulldog flanker Mar Marcus
cus Marcus Rhoden.
Rhoden, who set up Mississippi
State's winning touchdown over
Florida last year, was held to
minus five yards rushing.
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N.Y. Giants Get
Football Option
On OB Spurrier

The fate of Steve Spurriers foot football
ball football career may hinge on the ten tentative
tative tentative NFL and AFL merger.
According to a New York Giant
team spokesman, the NFL Giants
have rights to the first choice
of a college quarterbackprobably
Spurrier.
The arrangement came about in
the heat of the forge of the mer merger.
ger. merger. In order that the business
transaction be completed, all NFL
teams and all AFL teams must
approve the merger.
The Giants approved on the con condition
dition condition that they would have rights
to first choice of college quarter quarterbacks
backs quarterbacks in the draft.
Several reasons were given by
the Giants for the concession.
The lack of a big-name on the
Giant roster (Tucker Frederickson
Has been lost for the year be because
cause because of a knee injury), and the
success of the Giants turnstile
rival, the New York Jets, with its
$400,000 superstar Joe Namath
are several factors. The futility of
the Giants investments on other
young quarterbacks (Glynn
Griffings, George Izo, and Lee
Grosscup) is another of the rea reasons
sons reasons for the Giants compromise
move.
Giant owner Wellington Mara
thinks Spurrier fits in perfectly
with the Giants coach Allie Sher Shermans
mans Shermans plans. Maras been try trying
ing trying to find a good young quarter quarterback

back quarterback for 15 years and he thinks
he has found one in Spurrier,
the club spokesman said. As
long as hes healthy, Spurrier is
the complete pro quarterback.
Mara could inform other owners
of his choice prior to the draft
to avoid adverse reaction. This
would leave Baylors Terry
Southall and Purdues Bob Griese
available to other low finishers in
the league.
SEC Standings
SEC ALL
WLT W L T
Florida 1 0 0 2 0 0
Georgia 1 0 0 2 0 0
Miss. 1 0 0 2 0 0
Tenn. 10 0 10 0
Alabama 0 0 0 1 0 0
LSU 000 110
Vandy 0 0 0 11 0
Auburn 0 10 110
Kentucky 0 10 110
Miss. State 0 2 0 0 2 0