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No Action Yet On Property Losses

By NEWT SIMMONS
Alligator Wire Editor
In the movies and on television, when
someones property is taken, the author authorities
ities authorities rush in to save the day .
In real life, its not that easy.
Case in point: approximately 20 students
returned to school this fall to discover
that their desks and lockers in the Archi Architecture
tecture Architecture and Fine Arts Building had been
emptied.
Reference books, drawing instruments,
papers, clothing and many other items
were missing. The individual losses
ranged from under $lO to S2OO. Several
seniors in landscape architecture found
that their projects and models, repre representing
senting representing as much as two years work,

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Wendy Roeder puts the final touches on her CBS prog last night,
one of the series being conducted through this week.
More Staff Needed
DOTYSUPPORTS BUDGET HIKE

By JUSTINE HARTMAN
Alligator Staff Writer
President J. Wayne Reitz pro proposed
posed proposed 63 per cent increase in the
budget will come before the Board
of Regents Thursday.
Department heads and pro-
Inside Todays
Alligator
Big Croquet Meet 2
Batman 2
Inez Hits Miami 4
Simmons Column 6
Saga Os Spurrier 14
World Series 15

Vol. 59, No. 25

had been removed. The loss of these
models will deal these students a se severe
vere severe handicap when they apply for em employment,
ployment, employment, since they are used to evalu evaluate
ate evaluate a graduates skills and talent.
*
The total estimated value of the items
taken -- SIOOO.
The value of the projects taken
impossible to estimate.
The total effort expended for recovery
thus far zero.
A list of the missing articles was com compiled
piled compiled and submitted to the secretary of
the chairman of the department. So far,
the students have heard nothing about
the list.
Neither have the police.

lessors throughout the campus
have expressed deep concern and
hopes for the budget approval,
which will allow them to make
changes and additions which they
feel are vital to the maintenance
of the university.
Dr. Franklin Doty, dean of Uni University
versity University College, plans to make
drastic renovations in University
College if the budget is approved.
The first thing I will do if the
budget is increased, said Doty,
is to expand the honors pro program.
gram. program. 100 freshmen are now
being offered invitational honors
if University College had suf sufficient
ficient sufficient number of teachers, the
program would be at least dou doubled,
bled, doubled, allowing twice the number
of students the advantages of tak taking
ing taking an honors curriculum, accord according
ing according to Doty.
With more faculty members it
would also be possible to devote
some to redesigning courses and
improving their content, he said.
In addition to this, the objective
testing procedure needs to be ex examined
amined examined and improved, Doty said.

University of Florida

An increase in the budget,
resulting in an increase in facul faculty
ty faculty members, would make a dif difference
ference difference in the overall objective
of the course we offer, Doty
said. In smaller classes, he feels,
the individual student could be
worked into the intellectual frame framework.
work. framework. Discussions could be tailor tailored
ed tailored to the individuals life exper experience.
ience. experience.
The students, arguing from their
particular backgrounds, would
present a diversity of attitudes
toward the material. It is one
thing to read a book and listen
to someone talk about it; it is
quite another thing to talk about
it yourself, commented Doty.
Except in courses where 1,000
or more students are enrolled,
Doty favors non-objective ex examinations,
aminations, examinations, which permit the stu student
dent student to integrate, correlate, and
apply his knowledge. He hopes
someday University College will
be adequately equipped to offer
the students this type of examina examination.
tion. examination.

Gene Watson, chief investigator for the
campus police, told the Alligator he had
checked the records and, We have no
report at all, we have no report of any
property being taken from that build building.
ing. building. Watson explained that without a
report being filed, he could not take ac action.
tion. action.
The only explanation thus far voiced
to the students victimized was that the
desks and lockers were emptied by cus custodians
todians custodians in cleaning out the room. Custo Custodians
dians Custodians rarely clean out personal pro property.
perty. property. Locked desks and lockers were
not disturbed.
They just wouldnt be here if theyd
done something like that, said P.C.

APPOINTMENTS
HELD INVALID

By MAURY OLICKER
Alligator Staff Writer
Student Body Vice President
Fred Breeze told Legislative
Council Tuesday night that two of
the replacements made Sept. 27
were ineligible for the council
seats they held.
Dan Peterson, who was appoint appointed
ed appointed to fill the seat from the Mur Murphree
phree Murphree Area vacated by Jud Hamby,
cannot fill the seat because he lives
off-campus. Similarly, Mark Arm Armstrong
strong Armstrong cannot fill Bob Perrines
seat from the School of Fores-
SG Official
Resigns After
Violation
By 808 BECK
Alligator Staff Writer
A member of Buddy Jacobs'
cabinet allegedly was caught try trying
ing trying to vote twice in last Thurs Thursdays
days Thursdays elections and was forced
to resign under fire.
Judy Miller, Honor Court of official
ficial official recognized and caught the
violator, who was using a bor borrowed
rowed borrowed ID card trying to enter
the voting booth.
Court officials are now trying
to determine whether or not they
have jurisdiction over the case,
since it does not directly involve
any of the three violations which
are mornally handled by Honor
Court.
The violator said he was just
using his buddys card because
his buddy didnt have time to vote.
The entire case could be thrown
into the laps of the Faculty Dis Disciplinary
ciplinary Disciplinary Committee for furthur
action. According to Miller, Its
a shame that any violation was
made but it is the duty of any anybody
body anybody seeing a violation of any
part of the honor code to report
it. I immediately turned the stu students
dents students name into the Chancellor
of the Honor Court.
S. G. President Buddy Jacobs,
because there was finally proof
of an election violation, has taken
definite measures for new elec election
tion election procedures and laws, she
said.

McMillan, janitorial superintendent, when
informed of the clean out. McMillan
said Tuesday this was the first hed heard
of the incident or the attempt to place
blame on his personnel. I just dont
believe that any of our people are res responsible,
ponsible, responsible, he said.
Robert Bolles, dean of the College of
Architecture and Fine Arts, had a dif different
ferent different theory. After commenting that
three or four people had already called
him up about it, Bolles said, I dont
know anything about it. I dont think
theres any foundation to it at all. May Maybe
be Maybe somebody just made it up or some something...
thing... something...
(SEE ARCHITECT PAGE 2)

Wednesday October 5, 1966

try because he is classified lUC.
Two of the other replacements
have been objected to on the
grounds that they do not have the
required 2.0 average to hold Coun Council
cil Council seats. This objection has been
denied by the students involved
and is currently under investiga investigation.
tion. investigation.
Breeze hopes the example set
by these two cases will pave the
way for action to prevent similar
political moves from occurring in
the future.
At present, all he, or any other
Council member is empowered to
do, is object to hastily made ap appointments
pointments appointments on the floor, as Breeze
did at the last meeting.
In the near future, possibly at
the next Council meeting, he plans
to introduce legislation to cover
this. The bill would provide that
the names of all replecements
must be brought to his office and
posted within a certain period of
time before the meeting at which
they are to take office. This will
allow time enough to insure a
complete investigation of each re replacement
placement replacement and eliminate all doubt
about his eligibility.
Breeze also hopes to take the
naming of replacements out of the
hands of politicians. The bill will
give the authority to make ap appointments
pointments appointments to the proper local
council in each of the electoral
areas. The replacemtnts made in
te past) says Breeze have been
strictly political decisions, made
by only one or two persons.
The Council also moved Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night to provide S9O in sal salary
ary salary increases for the Alligator
staff. This extra fund will allow
for increases in salary for the
editor and managing editor and
provide salaries for several new
positions on the staff.
A resolution passed unanimously
urging the formation of a com committee
mittee committee to give further consider consideration
ation consideration to the change in the name
of the UF yearbook, before any
action is taken.
The results of Thursdays Coun Council
cil Council election were presented by
Honor Court official Jim Panico
and approved, since no objection
was filed. The appointment of Tim
Donahue as secretary of interna international
tional international affairs was approved by a
unanimous vote of the Council.



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!, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, October 5

Yearbook
Deadline
If you haven't picked up your
1966 Seminole yet and you order ordered
ed ordered one last year, now is the time
to do so.
Publications Business Manager
Steven Conn said that all ordered
Seminoles not picked up by next
Wednesday will go on sale.
We have a waiting list of over
400 people who have said they
want the book, Conn said. They
will get first preference.
Conn urged students to order
their new yearbook now so that
they wont get stuck like the 467
on the waiting list.
Architects'
Equipment
Missing
(FROM PAGE 1)
According to one student,
departmental professors (who suf suffered
fered suffered no losses themselves) have
declined to become involved.
The students from whom
the items were taken have ask asked
ed asked that their names not be given,
because they say department wants
to hush up the entire incident.
James T. Lendrem, chairman of
the architecture department-to
whom the complaints were addres addressed,
sed, addressed, was unavailable for comment.
One student said In our depart department,
ment, department, weve always been able to
regard our desks as our own for
long periods of time, including
between trimesters. No warning
that this might happen was given.
Janitors just dont throw away
hundreds of dollars worth of pro property.
perty. property.
And so the situation rests. One
student, fortunate enough to have
insurance, was repaid for his
losses. Others will have to re replace
place replace valuable equipment. The
least fortunate lost projects that
best be described as irreplace irreplaceable.
able. irreplaceable.
The official pronouncements:
No report has been filed...
None of our people are respon responsible...
sible... responsible...
Maybe somebody just made it
up...
Campus Cutups
NEW YORK UPI> The
serious business of getting a
college education has its lighter
side.
The humor shows in the
talents of students at 10 col colleges
leges colleges and universities who com composed
posed composed the lines for a new col collection
lection collection of cards from Hallmark.
Samples: T havent seen you
around lately . been go going
ing going to class?", and Well. I
finally chose my major last
week ... he teaches ROTC.
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12,000 persons m the United
States were killed by Are in
1965 and nearly 30 per cent of
the victims were children, says
the National Fire Protection
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(Special To The Alligator )
The sports world was set on its
collective ear today with the an announcement
nouncement announcement that Charlatan mag magazine's
azine's magazine's championship croquet
squad would make its seventeenth
defense of the Intergalactic Cup in
a match with FSUs Smoke Signals
team next Saturday morning at Tal Tallahassee.
lahassee. Tallahassee. The contest, slated
to take place on the FSU golf
course, adjacent to Doak Campbell
Stadium, will be the Charlatan
teams first of the current lawn
season and its first Cup defense
in more than four months. Early
odds out of Las Vegas have estab established
lished established the Purple Piemen as a solid
3-1 favorite.
Charlatan coach Bill (Cannon (Cannonball)
ball) (Cannonball) Killeen refused to make any
optimistic predictions, however.
I understand thats traditional,
said Killeen. Besides, theres
just not much to be optimistic a about.
bout. about. Three-quarters of our start starting
ing starting team was wiped out by grad graduation
uation graduation and weve had several in injuries
juries injuries in practice.
Killeen said the loss of All-Uni All-Universe
verse All-Universe Rover Lieuen Adkins, who
was unable to make his grades,
would be another telling factor.
Theres only one Lieuen
Adkins, said Killeen, sadly.
The Smoke Signals aggregation,
johnny-come-latelies to the ranks
of the croquet elite, are riding the
crest of a five-game winning streak
and the locals have the utmost
respect for the Tallahasseeans.
Holding the inside track for the
other three starting posts is a
trio of promising youngsters up
from the ranks. Newt Simmons,
the Cajun Careener, looks ready
to move into the starting lineup,
and Rick Brown, redshirted last
season, will probably assume Ad Adkins
kins Adkins old role. Andy Moor, the
Mad Bomber of the Croquet Links,
will probably fill out the first four foursome.
some. foursome.
The Piemens starting lineup,
even at this late date, is relative relatively
ly relatively undecided. All our positions
are still wide open, said Kill Killeen.
een. Killeen. All except mine, that is.
I play no matter what.
Were a little thin this year
all except for Simmons but
theres a lot of desire on this
squad, said Killeen. . .and
desire wins matches for you. De Desire
sire Desire and a lot of good strokes.
Well be ready for em, I can
promise you that. And with Sim Simmons
mons Simmons along, were certain to come
out halfway decent. Even if we
lost the match, Newts a shoo-in to
make off with just thousands of
their balls and wickets and mal mallets
lets mallets and things.

Killeen also noted that the fam famed
ed famed Intergalactic Cup will be on dis display,
play, display, under heavy armed guard,
courtesy of the Intergalactic Cup
Commission and its president,
Frederick Fotheringay-Phipps.
The commission will also pro provide
vide provide qualified referees to officiate
for the historic match. T7ie game
is at 10 a.m. Tickets are not on
sale anywhere.
Theyre much bigger than we
are, Killeen moaned, and they
have the advantage of playing on
their own green before the home
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COPTER CRASHESA U.S. Army Caribou transport plane on
a medical evacuation mission Monday crashed into a moun mountainside
tainside mountainside near An Khe, Viet Nam, while coming in for a landing
in fog and heavy rain at this Central Highlands base.
First reports said at least five persons were killed and about
20 injured. The plane was carrying a crew of four, including
two Air Force pilots, and 25 passengers.
VISIT MARKED The United Nations Monday marked the first
anniversary of the precedent-shattering visit of Pope Paul VI
and his historic appeal for no more war, war never again!
Secretary General Thant, in a message to the pontiff, recal recalled
led recalled the enduring inspiration of the Popes one-day visit last
Oct. 4, climaxed by celebration of a Mass before 80,000 people
in Yankee Stadium.
KREMLIN INKS PACT The Kremlin has signed a broad new
aid agreement with Hanoi designed to strengthen North Viet
Nams anti-aircraft shield and pump new life into the Asian
Nations war-torn economy.
The main thrust of the agreement, announced Monday, was
to place the Russians only a short step from the firing line in
Viet Nam and serve as a rebuttal to Communist Chinas charges
that Moscows aid to Vietnamese Communists was only half halfhearted.
hearted. halfhearted.
SUKARNO RETURNS-- Sukarno returned Monday to his guard guarded
ed guarded Freedom Palace where troops Monday repelled militant
anti-Communist students seeking his ouster.
Sukarno flew by helicopter to the palace-turned-fortress from
a long country weekend at Bogor, 40 miles away. He did not
see the Sukarno go to hell signs which students scrawled
x>n Jakartas walls and sidewalks Monday following a mass rally
at the University of Indonesia.
National
JOIN IN DEBATESenators of both parties joined Tuesday in
a new round of debate over former President Dwight D. Eisen Eisenhowers
howers Eisenhowers statement that he would not automatically preclude
anything, including use of nuclear weapons, to win in Viet Nam.
The senators voiced concern about the possibility of an atomic
war and implored the administration to avoid getting into a
situation in Viet Nam that would require nuclear weapons.
HOFFA CONVICTION UPHELD Circuit Court of Appeals
in Chicago, by a 2-1 vote, Tuesday upheld the 1964 conviction
of Teamsters Union President James R. Hoffa and six other men
of conspiring to milk the unions pension fund of $25 million
through fraudulent loan .applications. The conviction was upheld
by Judges F. Ryan Duffy, who wrote the majority opinion, ad
Latham Castle. Judge Luther Swygert wrote the dissenting opin opinion.
ion. opinion.
WONT STOP MERGERA three judge federal court in New
York in a 2-1 decision Tuesday refused to stay further the mer merger
ger merger of the Pennsylvania and New York Central Railroads, clear clearing
ing clearing the way for the creation of the worlds largest privately privatelyowned
owned privatelyowned railroad on Nov. 1.
The current stay which the judges refused to extend expires
Oct. 7. It was obtained by the Erie-Lackawanna Railroad, which
has until that date to appeal.
Florida
RESIGN COMMITTEE POSTS--Jacksonville City Councilmen Ce Cecil
cil Cecil F. Lowe and W. O. Mattox, both charged with grand larceny
and perjury, resigned Monday from their committee assignments
but remained on the council.
The two said they were giving up their committee assignments
in order to devote more time to preparing their defense against
the charges.
SEARCH RESUMEDLake County officials resumed a search
Monday for two girls missing in the vicinity of Alexander Springs.
The girls, in their early 20s, disappeared while on a skindiv skindiving
ing skindiving picnic.
They were identified as Nancy Leichner, 21, of Largo and
Pamela Ann Nater, 20, of Clearwater. Officials said it was
not believed the girls drowned.
OFFICIALS CHARGED-- Two Hillsborough County school offi officials
cials officials were charged in Tampa in an amended information with
embezzlement after a grand jury indictment accusing them of
grand larceny was quashed because of superfluous and ex extraneous
traneous extraneous allegations.

Inez Hits Gold Coast;
Heads Back At Cuba

MIAMI (UPI)- The years most
devastating storm, Hurricane Inez,
suddenly veered into the South
Florida Gold Coast Tuesday with
mighty seas and winds that blew
out windows in ocean front hotels
and flooded Miami Beachs famed
Collins Avenue with surf and sand.
It then churned southwestward
through the Florida Keys, ap apparently
parently apparently bent on paying another call
on Cuba-which has been hit by Inez
twice before.
At 3 p.m. EST the storm was
centered about 50 miles eastnorth eastnortheast
east eastnortheast of Key West. Its highest winds
were clocked at 90 m.p.h.
It must be strongly emphasized
that all persons in the Lower Keys
should remain in safe shelter dur during
ing during the lull within the eye, since
winds will reach hurricane force
from the opposite direction as Inez
moves along her course, a late
advisory warned.
A teen-age boy who couldnt re resist
sist resist the high waves apparently
drowned at Ft. Lauderdale while
trying to surf during the storm,
and an unidentified woman at Miami
Beach died while helping her hus husband
band husband put up storm shutters. Two
other persons were found dead of
heart attacks at their homes in
the Miami area, but authorities did
not know whether these deaths were
storm-related.


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HURRICANE INEZ
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CALLAWAY LASHES OUT
Says LBJ Wants Maddox Win

ATLANTA(UPI). Howard Bo Cal Callaway,
laway, Callaway, the Republican candidate for
governor, said Tuesday that Presi President
dent President Johnson and the National De Democratic
mocratic Democratic Party preferred to see
Lester Maddox win the governors
race.
The National Democratic Party

Grandma Takes Long Trip
LONOONOJPI)- Mrs. Josephine Griffin, a 60-year-old great greatgrandmother
grandmother greatgrandmother from Los Angeles, arrived in London Tuesday
from Chicago when all she really wanted to do was
My, oh my, what a surprise, she said as shp
from a World Airlines fSends
never believe this. y as will
What the shocked grandmother did not expect her
beueve was that TWA put her on the Z incm
and she found herself In London for the shortes aM
unexpected holiday in her life. and most
Ive never been to London before and had never thm.o-hi
coming, she added before she boarded another nw
to take her back to Los Angeles Her i nn H \, A flight
exactly four hours. er London holida y lasted

Fort Lauderdale wasnt the only
spot having trouble with surfers
who ignored storm warnings. Po Police
lice Police in Miami Beach said they were
having the same difficulty. A Coast
Guard cutter had to be dispatched
from Miami Monday night to res rescue
cue rescue one youth who was carried two
miles out to sea on his surfboard.
Power failed in many parts of
South Florida when the storm hit,
and driving rains and storm tides
combined to flood low- lying roads,
including the overseas highway
connecting the Keys to the main mainland.
land. mainland.
At least two ships were disabled,
but one of the vessels, the Li Liberian
berian Liberian tanker, Verona, found itself
in luck when the storm turned away
from it. The other, a Panamanian
vessel with 31 crewmen aboard,
managed to get under way on its
own power after Coast Guard
cutters fought towering seas
to reach it.
Waves 20 to 25 feet high thunder thundered
ed thundered ashore at Miami Beach, crunch crunching
ing crunching through the front of the Bar Barcelona
celona Barcelona Hotel and flooding the base basement
ment basement where a nightclub is locat located-to
ed-to located-to a depth of about 10 feet.
Chairs, tables and liquor bottles
floated out of the nightclub and up
to the lobby level.
Were cooking up a water ballet
for tonight, said Barcelona

is not nearly so afraid of some
rump group which will give them
trouble for only four years as
they are of a strong Republican
Party which will be here from now
on, Callaway told Emory Univer University
sity University students.
Callaway said he thought th*

manager Phil Mayer without a
smile, we just turned off the
pumps because its floating out the
back window faster than we can
pump it out.
Collins Avenue was awash with
sea water, sand and everything that
wasnt securely nailed down, upi
correspondent Charles Aldinger
reported seeing a white cocktail
table floating down the street, along
with a sign that urged: Go deep
sea fishing here.
Bits of awnings, mailboxes and
palm fronds all floated in the wash
but inside most of the plush hotels*
all was secure.
Waiters at the posh Fontaine Fontainebleu
bleu Fontainebleu hardly broke stride when the
lighted candles and went on serv serving
ing serving lunch until power was restored.
Winds of 95 m.p.h. screamed
into North Key Largo, south of
Miami, and the populous strip from
Miami north to the Palm Beaches
was raked by winds of 60 m.p.h. and
over.
While causing widespread da damage,
mage, damage, the Inez that hit south Flor Florida
ida Florida bore little resemblance to the
Inez that made a death march
through the Caribbean with 175
m.p.h. winds.

national party would publicly keep
its hajids off the race, however.
Maddox and Callaway clash in
the first statewide general election
in modern Georgia history Nov.B.
The biggest danger Johnson
sees to the power structure, to
the Great Society, is a Republi Republican
can Republican South, Callaway said. A
strong, vibrant Republican Party
will sound the death knell of Pres President
ident President Johnson.
The Pine Mountain congressman
predicted that if the general elec election
tion election were held today, he would
win, but he acknowledged the grow growing
ing growing support for Maddox.
Callaway said a bill voiding new
school Integration guidelines such
as Maddox has proposed and such
as Gov. George Wallace of Ala Alabama
bama Alabama has passed would not be the
proper solution to the guidelines
problem.
Under the Alabama plan, an>
school system that signs the guide guidelines
lines guidelines is cut off from state fund. c



Tickets for Capp
Available Monday
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Tickets go on sale Monday for the Forums Committees
Florida Crossroads presentation of A1 Capp and Tallahassees
Mayor Bill Cates.
Admission for students and faculty is 75?, general admission
is $1.50. Questions for A1 Capps program will be submitted
in advance at ticket purchase time. A drawing will take place
on Monday, October 17 and the person chosen will be able to
ask Capp his question at a free dinner provided by the Forums
Committee.
The program will be October 20. President Reitz will intro introduce
duce introduce Mayor Cates who will sell his City to the students for
10 minutes. A1 Capp will follow and will give his answers to
the various questions submitted by people in the audience at
time of their ticket purchase. A reception will follow the program.
Wednesday, October 12, the second in a series of debate
forums will be held between Dr. Thomas L. Hanna, chairman
of the Department of Philosophy and Dr. Delton L. Scudder,
Chairman of the Department of Religion. The topic will be
L.S.D., Student Use. The format of the program will be two
fifteen-minute presentations pro and con and a five minute re rebuttal
buttal rebuttal by both debaters. A question and answer period will fol follow.
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FINE IN SWINE

UF Students Judge Livestock

The UF Livestock Judging Team
recently competed in the Mid-south
Intercollegiate Competition and

Wednesday, October 5, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

placed third overall out of 15
teams.
The team is composed of ten
boys majoring in Animal Science
who work out during the winter
and fall of each year in prepara preparation
tion preparation for the national contest. Work Workouts
outs Workouts involve giving up Saturdays
and afternoons during the week for
almost eight months to perfect the
ability to judge and grade cattle,
sheep, and swine and give oral
reasons for placing.
In this first contest of the fall
term, Florida was second overall
in beef cattle and second in swine.
Winners of the contest were the
University of Tennessee in first
place and the University of Geor Georgia
gia Georgia in second.
Out of the seventy-five boys
competing in the contest, four
UF team members placed in the
top ten individual rankings.
Individual honors won by Flor Florida
ida Florida team members were: Wayne
Sumner, Lithia, fifth high indiv individual;
idual; individual; Leon Nobles, Marianna,
sixth high individual and high in individual
dividual individual in swine; Larry Ford,
Malone, seventh individual; Tom
Christian, Lake Placid, tenth high
individual.

RELEASE SET
FOR RELEASE

The new campus magazine Re Release
lease Release now has printing bids out
for its first issue.
This issue is scheduled for dis distribution
tribution distribution Nov. 15. The magazine
is designed to provide general in interest
terest interest reading to students and staff,
according to its editor Earl Kic Kicliter,
liter, Kicliter, a junior in arts and scien sciences.
ces. sciences.
The unusual name and general
interest format were based upon
a survey conducted last spring.
At this time Kicliter, who said
he was former editor on the pub publication
lication publication Phoenix at Emory, ap approached
proached approached Dean of Student Affairs
Lester Hale with his ideas for
publication.
Kicliter was referred to the
Board of Student Publications. The
board approved of his ideas, ap appointed
pointed appointed Kicliter acting editor and
alloted a budget for the produc production
tion production of a trial issue.

Other members of the team
were Marcus Shackelford, Wau Wauchula;
chula; Wauchula; Alec Fulford, Okeechobee;
Ken Klllingsworth, Brooksville;
Paul Schwartz, Daytona Beach;
Steve Skipper, Sebring; and Ric Richard
hard Richard Wynn, St. Petersburg.
Coaching the team was Profes Professor
sor Professor D. L. Wakeman of the Animal
Science Department.
Voters Nix
Bond Issue
Alachua Countys proposed sll.B
million school bond issue was de defeated
feated defeated Tuesday, with 4,211 voting
against the issue and 4,130 voting
in favor of it.
In order to pass, the issue would
have needed approval by half the
countys eligible freeholders (pro (property-holders)
perty-holders) (property-holders) plus one. Also, at
least half the registered free freeholders
holders freeholders would have had to vote in
the election.
In the Democratic school board
primary, W. T. (Bill) Bryan was
the apparent high man. With three
precincts still out at press time,
Bryan had 3,206 votes to Walter
Eblings 1,672 and Ben B. Wheel Wheelers
ers Wheelers 1,402.

The first issue will contain 32
pages including an editorial, inter interview
view interview article on university coun counselling,
selling, counselling, student bloopers on
tests, satire and a feature on a
local spiritualist colony.
Interest, depth and quality are
key words in the editorial policy,
according to Kicliter.
The content will be satirical,
humorous, literary, artistic and
other creative efforts of students
and faculty, said Kicliter.
* Release has no business staff.
Its advertising is being handled
through the Alligators business
organization.
The editorial staff for the trial
issue has been selected by Kic Kicliter.
liter. Kicliter. Workers for the publication
will be sought after the success
of the first issue has been es established.
tablished. established.

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Page 6

i, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, October 5, 1966

The Florida Alligator
'A MtyVuty. h Okt
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.
A Stride Ahead
Something has finally been done to aid
the off-campus student when he has pro problems.
blems. problems.
And it certainly is about time.
Latest statistics show that more than
half of the UF student body lives off
campus. This of course, includes frater fraternities
nities fraternities and sororities.
In the past, there has been nowhere to
go for aid if a student was getting a bad
deal, be it from his landlord or the gar garbage
bage garbage collector. All he could do was fume.
During Spring elections, this became a
top issue. Apathy Party presidential can candidate
didate candidate Ernie Litz based his whole cam campaign
paign campaign on the off-campus student. He knock knocked
ed knocked on doors and made telephone calls
letting the off-campus students know where
he stood.
Litz gained quite a following during the
campaign and polled a record 2,334 votes
for a third-party candidate.
When it came time for Buddy Jacobs
to appoint his cabinet, he tapped Litz
to handle a new secretaryship Off-
Campus Housing.
Right away Litz started to work on his
programs. But, due to financial difficul difficulties,
ties, difficulties, he had to leave school following the
Spring Trimester, leaving his job
unfinished.
One would think that the a program
such as this started by one man,
run by one man ?i would have fallen apart
after this.
But it didnt.
Wayne Rich stepped in and has taken
over right where Litz left off. His ef efforts
forts efforts finally showed fruit when two com committees
mittees committees were appointed for handling off offcampus
campus offcampus grievances.
The first committee, and the one stu students
dents students will go to, will accept all off offcampus
campus offcampus grievances. Each complaint will
be given scrutiny and its validity decided.
Any complaints deemed valid will go
before an investigatory committee. Here
the valid grievances will be brought up
and solutions will be discussed with land landlords,
lords, landlords, City Commissioners on hand.
We think this is one project worth com commendation.
mendation. commendation. Messrs. Litz and Rich deserve
the praise of the student body for a
job well done.
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
accepts all letters to the editor Due to
space limitations, however we ask that
letters not exceed 350 word Typewrit Typewritten
ten Typewritten and double-spaced letters are prefer preferred,
red, preferred, and all must be signed Names will
be withheld upon request. Editors reserve
the right to select or reject letters for
publication

Do It Before They re Famous

By NEWT SIMMONS
Alligator Columnist
The great amount of newspaper
space now being given to one of
our star football players is surely
evidence of the tremendous inter interest
est interest in the game held by most
adults and members of the stu student
dent student body.
However, it seems to me that it s
hardly good to wait until someone
has become a star to give people
his background, when with little
extra effort -a much fuller depth
of understanding could be gained
by running life studies of our prom promising
ising promising players before they attract
national attention. This then, is the
first in a projected 47 part
series entitled Great Gators of
the Future."
Our subject for today is Dexter
Smeed, a fourth-string defensive
lineman from Two Egg, Florida.
Only a fourth-trimester soph sophomore,
omore, sophomore, he has already shown great
promise and has overcome his fear
of getting bruised or scratched.
Known as the Big Zero by team teammates,
mates, teammates, Smeed is best known for
his famous Boogiewaah" play.
Prior to the game, he consumes
several dozen cloves of garlic
with onion salt and, when the plays
are called, shouts BOOGIE BOOGIEWWAAH!"
WWAAH!" BOOGIEWWAAH!" with all his might. This
usually results in from one to three
opposing linemen failing over
completely axphixiated. Smeed
uses this play with caution inas inasmuch
much inasmuch as a shift in the wind has
been known to result in disastr disastrous
ous disastrous consequences for his own team.
Smeed has not been seen in
play a great deal this season
and when queried about this Coach
Graves merely replied, Are you
kidding?" This would probably
indicate that he is saving Smeed
for a secret weapon .
In high school, Dex" played
quarterback for the renowned Two
Egg Cluckers. He led the team
to the state play-off in Miami
and, after they watched the game,
Dex (who has an excellent sense
of direction) led them home again.
Friends ofSmeeds were amazed
and delighted to hear that he fi finally
nally finally pinned his high school sweet sweetheart,
heart, sweetheart, Bertha Bagby. In all pre previous
vious previous encounters, Bertha (who
holds a brown Karate belt) pinned
Dex" 3 out of 3 tells.
At present, he is majoring in
Business Administration and plans
to join his tether in running the
familys chain of roadside souv souvenir
enir souvenir and berry preserve stands.
(A Friend Indeed is a Friend
inSmeeds 26 miles ahead")
While in the area recently, I went
to Two Egg and discussed Dex Dexters
ters Dexters background with a great many
of his old friends, neighbors and
former schoolmates. Hie follow following
ing following were my impressions .
If one travels along the right
highway in Northwest Florida for
long enough, and doesnt miss Oie
directional sign, one will come
eventually to the fine town of
Two Egg nestled gently among
the rolling hills and speed traps.
On the edge of town approxi approximately
mately approximately 100 yards from the other
edge, one sees a quaint orange
crate and chicken wire building
that proclaims itself tobeSmeeds
Preserve Emporium (The Jelly
You Need is Made by Smeed").
Here, under the 40-watt, unfrosted
light-bulb Pops" Smeed holds
forth dispensing wisdom and tan tangerine
gerine tangerine preserves with equal can candor.
dor. candor.
Dexter," he said, a grimace
wrinkling his face, Yep, thats
muh boy. How is he, anyway?
Never writes cept when he needs
money. You take his brother,
Harley, theres a good boy. He
writes me ever week, which aint
bad considering he lives at home
anyway . want any jams, jel jellies,
lies, jellies, pine cone cushions?"

Well, no not just now. I
was just wondering if, back in
his high school days, anyone ever
thought of him as destined for
future greatness? Not that any anyone
one anyone does now, you understand, but
Im writing this article just in
case."
Waal, thar was the time he
run a 93-yard touchdown from
Scrimmage (he was center,Scrim center,Scrimmage
mage center,Scrimmage was). That was back in
62 against Appalachicola. That
was the deciding play of the
game ..."
Really, go on ...
Yup . that brought the
score up to 86-0 and Appalachi Appalachicola
cola Appalachicola just decided to say the hell
with it and left. Made some of
them Two Egg boys pretty mad
them as didnt have a chance to
score a touchdown ..."
Traveling further into the heart
of town (about 50 feet) I came to
McClungs Drug Store, a typical
specimen of the tile soda foun fountain-mahogany
tain-mahogany fountain-mahogany pharmacy counter
drugstore that one still finds in
small towns. Walking up to the pro proprietor,
prietor, proprietor, I introduced myself and
asked if he had known Dexter
Smeed.
Dexter Smeed? Durn tootin
I did young hoodlum, come in
dripping mud all over my clean
floors, stealing milkshake glas glasses,
ses, glasses, reading all the funny books
and never bought any! You a friend
of his? Get outta here! Stay away
from the funny books.. .SCRAM!"

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We're Gaining in The War There's Just
One Gap We Haven't Been Able to Close f>
Florida Alligator Staf f
NICK ARROYO CAROL HEFNER GENE NAIL
Photo Editor Society Editor Editorial Assistant
JO ANN LANGWORTHY NEWT SIMMONS
General Assignment Editor Wire Editor
STAFF WRITERS Bob Beck, Sue Froemke, Barbara Gefen,
Maury dicker, Kathie Keim, Jean Mamlin, Frank Shepherd, Aggie
Fowles, Justine Hartman.
rmS7 NT T EDITORS Judy Redfern, Sherrie Braswell, Toni
Giliberti, Joe Torchia, Nick Tatro, Tyler Tucker, John Briggs,
Ken Garst, Margie Green.
reonrw? 1 / t 0 tter cover campus events the Alligator uses
hvfm 6 ScIUK)I of Journalism and Communications.
Llheir bylines are followed by -Alligator Correspondent.^J

Finally, I wandered over t owh
was once Two Egg Consnn,J
High School, a stately white f rar M
edifice which was in the proces
of being torn down by a GrJB
demolition company
Wrecks. But the original gy m J|
still there, as was Coach HarvS
Cleats ... B
Well probably never forgfl
Dexter Smeed, he said, with
lump in his throat. Swaliowii
the grape, he continued How cal
we he carved his name or
tials on most every seat in ciuck
er Stadium ... B
Well, what kind of player wa
Dexter? B
He was, well not agoodplay
er not a bad player prett
mediocre, actually. I only let hiifl|
play quarterback because my sis
ter raised such a fuss . B
Your sister? fl
Yeah hes my nephew, see
hes not a great nephew, but heB
a nephew.
After this enlightening conver-B
sation, pausing only for a look!
at mighty 863 seat Clucker Sta-H
dium, I popped back into n
Aston-Martin and drove off into!
the sunset (burning the paint jofl
something awful). 1
That then, is Dexter Smeed M
one of our younger players. Is!
Dexter destined for greater things!
in the football world? Only time!
will tell. I
I sort of doubt it. 1



Cushman Retaliates Against Moors Column

EDITOR:
As the acting floor leader of
Decision Party, I feel it is my
duty to clear up some of the dis discrepancies
crepancies discrepancies that appeared in Andy
Moors column on Friday.
Mr. Moor started his article
with an attempt to cast a sha shadow
dow shadow on the integrity of all five
of the replacements. Mr. Breeze
also attempted to do this Tuesday
night, but he was ignored. Neith Neither
er Neither attempt could stand close ex examination
amination examination for the simple reason
that logic would necessitate the
replacement of missing members
when an important bill was pend pending.
ing. pending.
In the third paragraph of his
column Mr. Moor displayed an am amazing
azing amazing degree of ignorance concern concerning
ing concerning the basic premises of Amer American
ican American politics. Specifically I refer
to Mr. Moors concern about nei neither
ther neither the president nor the vice vicepresident
president vicepresident knowing about the legis legislatures
latures legislatures replacements. The theory
of separation of powers renders
Mr. Moor's statements absurd.
JtC ;
Now I am forced to defend my
own actions. I could have either
made my replacement before or
after the Student Party represen representative;
tative; representative; I simply chose to follow
him. Mr. Moor implies that my
action was an independent, spur of
the moment type thing. It was not.
If there was anyone in Decision
Party who did not know about the
replacement, it was because that
party did not see fit to attend
the party caucus, perhaps they had
already jumped?

Defends Dr. Graeffes Playing

EDITOR:
Your students criticism was
a poor excuse to display childish
pseudo-erudition. It would have
been much simpler to speak to
Dr. Graeffe after the performance
and find out why he didn t use
a recording or a music student.
Possibly you see yourself as the
didicated Campus Crusader, de devoted
voted devoted to stamping out lack of
unity, schmaltz and excessive ex exploitation
ploitation exploitation of dynamic potential.
It is amazing that someone so
musically sophisticated as your yourself
self yourself doesnt realize that being a
concert pianist is more than a
full-time job. Performing accord according
ing according to your standards requires
about eight hours of practice ev every
ery every day. Why dont you ask Dr.
Graeffe how many classes and lec lectures
tures lectures he has?
You really should have offered
your services to the Humanities
Department. No doubt they
have leaped at the chance to treat
the students to your musical in insight.
sight. insight.
Most of us were aware of the
fact that Dr. Graeffe's per per(
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I will admit that is hard at
times to decide whom is in our
party. A few notables would be
Gary Goodrich, former Decision
party floor leader, now head of
United Party; Gale Molly, secre secretary
tary secretary of Leg council, elected on
Decisions ticket, attended Decis Decision
ion Decision caucus on Tuesday, appeared
on United ticket on Thursday; Jack
Meyers, supposedly appointed to
fill Decision Party vacancy only
a week ago, appearing on United
ticket Thursday; I could go on
but why bother?
Mr. Moor has called me a die diehard.
hard. diehard. This may be, however I
would rather be able to say that
I voted an unpopular (at least un unvoiced)
voiced) unvoiced) opinion than have to ad admit
mit admit that I had been badgered by
veiled threats to expose me to
public opinion. I wonder how many
other members of Leg Council can
say that?
Yes, Mr. Moor, I voted to give
Blue Key preferential block (sic)
SEATING. I have enjoyed Gator
Growl, the worlds largest stu student-produced
dent-produced student-produced and run show; I
have enjoyed the homecoming par parade;
ade; parade; Im proud that the Vice-
President of the United States is
coming to UF for our Homecom Homecoming;
ing; Homecoming; I am proud of the job Blue
Key is doing promoting the Uni University
versity University throughout the state with
the Speakers Bureau, and I like
the Second 100. Florida Blue
Key is responsible for the success
of all of these and more. I per personally
sonally personally dont feel that their (sic)
small block is really going to make i
much difference once the band and

formance contained mistakes;
however, I for one prefer to lis listen
ten listen to a man involved in his crea creation,
tion, creation, while you seem to seek the
rigid detachment of a player piano.
The fact remains that there was
a man up there on that stage hon honestly
estly honestly trying to reveal something of
Beethoven to you. You would pre prefer
fer prefer that he be replaced by a reel
of plastic. ~
It would be pointless to discuss
your pretentious terminology, but
it would be interesting to know
just how and where you acquired
your vast knowledge of music. Was
it at Juliard? Oberlin? Has Horo-

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to help
you
. /'* ' v ; ..
Thats our business. We help people go places.
We make their trips more pleasant and less
expensive. We take all the work out of a
trip. Call us and
see how easy it is.
We really do want
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the card section are inserted (ap (approximately
proximately (approximately 1200 prime seats, plus
free cokes at the student bodys
expense). All one has to do to
get into the card section is live
in one of the married villages
(by decree of the Athletic Depart Department).
ment). Department). When both areas are con considered,
sidered, considered, my conscience wouldnt
let me vote against the amend amendment.
ment. amendment.
Yes, Mr. Moor, I voted against
the Group Seating Bill. Did you
ever get a chance to see the Fair
BLOCK Seating bill? I didnt. As
a matter of fact, about only 18
out of 80 members of Leg. Coun Council
cil Council had ever seen the Block bill.
That was the bill that was approved
by the Leg Council committee and
by the president. However, when
the bill got to the council we
f find that it had in effect been
replaced by the group bill. It had
only to be voted on by the coun council
cil council to completely replace the block
bill. Since the council had only
the group bill before them to con consider,
sider, consider, and the Alligator exerting
great pressure behind them to take
action, they voted to replace the
whole bill. Do you smell a rat
somewhere?
Next, Scott Bayman inserted and
helped railroad an amendment to
the group bill. This amendment
would only allow a 10 per cent
increase in block size over the
largest previous game block for
Homecoming. All this at the sug suggestion
gestion suggestion of the Athletic Department.
Debate on this was effectively
drowned out by mixing the whole
mess with the Blue Key amend amendment.
ment. amendment.

writz been secretly instructing
you? Do you know anything of theory
or composition? Probably the only
keys youve ever played are
those of your typewriter.
You caUed the performance
something less than heroic. I
wonder what kind of hero it
takes to sign a letter Your Stu Student?
dent? Student?
l
M. W. ABBOTT
(EDITORS NOTE: The student
in question did sign his name.
In his own best interest, we with withheld
held withheld it.)

Wednesday, October 5, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

At the second reading, I tried
to get this addition removed from
the bill because there would ob obviously
viously obviously be many more out of town
dates at the Homecoming game,
thereby swelling all the blocks.
Mr. Bayman supported my action
in a reversal of his previous
stand, but the nervous council,
under prodding of Mr. Goodrich,
voted it down for fear that it was
an attempt to delay the whole bill.
In other words, the students lose
seats and the Athletic Department
gaines them.
For these reasons I could not,
with a clear conscience, vote for
the bill.
As a matter of record I voted
against the resolution to censure
the Alligator. I voted for the re resolution
solution resolution that questioned the pro propriety
priety propriety of the increase in price of

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I Oxford Cloth, Chambray, Dacron cotton, Pima cotton,
I Basket-weave and Herringbone, Solid Colors, Stripes in
i single, double triple and alternating colors, Tattersalls
I & Plaids. In Sero and the famous University Shop Shirt
§ with the famous 7-button front and 7 inch taper
1 (PRICES START AT $3.95)
I labieaCoorlnnatts
I Coats, Suits, Slacks, Sweaters & Skirts to Match. See
I our new arrival of GAY GIBSON DRESSES. Your Glamor
I College Store
I Notre Dame vs. Army
I Purdue vs. lowa
I Syracuse vs. Navy
I Texas vs. Oklahoma
I O Virginia vs. Tulane
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1 Entries must be deposited in U Shop by Fri., Oct. 7
In case of tie, prize will be divided equally amonr winners.
I WINNERS NAMES TO BE POSTED IN:
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1 NAME
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non-student date tickets. (This was
emasculated by a move by Good Goodrich
rich Goodrich to send Leg Council com committee
mittee committee to investigate). So rests
my case.
TOM CUSHMAN,
Decision Party Whip
(EDITORS NOTE: We are of the
opinion that the largest student studentproduced
produced studentproduced and run show happens
daily in Indonesia. A quick poll
shows that there are only 70 mem members
bers members of Legislative Council, none
of which came from the College
of Forestry.)
TiNvt*rVbySeltool
Gainevilles Oldesf
24 S.E. Bth St. 376-7806
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TOMORROW Smash the Seminole Day.
Grab your sledge hammer and join in at
the Century Tower at noon. The old ja jalopy
lopy jalopy of Garnet and Gold will smash under
the Orange and Blue Strength. Linda Row Rowland,
land, Rowland, Tiger Girl, stands by a new Pon Pontiac
tiac Pontiac from Tropical to take to Tally.,
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IGATOR CLASSIFIEDS

| for sale
AFRICAN Barkless Basenji pups pupsshow
show pupsshow quality-1 litter championed
sired, red and white males and
femates. SIOO and up. After 4p.m.
call 481-2362. (A-22-st-c).
FOR SALE: Only 5 new Admiral
air conditioners. May be your size.
Cost plus 5%. Sudden Service Fuel
Oil Co. 907 S.W. 3rd Street, 376-
4404. (A-24-3t-c).
1959 Cushman Eagle, with wind
screen, 2 mirrors, crashbar, new
rings, new tires. Judson Super Supercharger
charger Supercharger for VW. Both below re retail.
tail. retail. Call 372-7304. (A-21-st-c).
10x55 TRAILER, two bedroom
Marlette. Small equity and take
over payments.. 378-2405. (A-25-
3t-c).
1956 NASHUA TRAILER, good con condition,
dition, condition, 37x8 with 12x15 enclosed
cabana, air conditioned. Call
378-4257 after 6 p.m. (A-25-3t-p).
SAVE SIOO 1966 Yamaha 100 cc.
perfect condition, only 3,500 miles,
helmet, windshield, all for S3BO,
call 372-5451 after 5 p.m. (A-25-
2t-c).
1965 BULOVA Portable stereo,
2 speakers, 4 speeds, wooden case,
excellent condition, Cash, SBO, call
378-2330. (A-25-3t-p).
for rent
GARAGE FOR RENT can be used
for car, storage, or art student,
reasonably 378-4645, or see at 1840
NW 2 Ave. (B-25-lt-c).
AIR CONDITIONED trailer and
cabana, 2 bedroom, in nice park
on busline. S6O monthly, avail available
able available October 1. Rent or sell.
372-2914. (B-22-10t-c).
--
FURNISHED apartment, 3 blocks
from campus, air conditioned, S9O
a mo. all utilities except cooking
gas. Men only, call 372-8840 aft after
er after 5 and on weekends. (B-21-10t (B-21-10tc).
c). (B-21-10tc).
FURNISHED Apartment, two bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, Village Park, SW 16th Ave.
Sublet Oct. 9 to Jan. 8. Call 378-
1977. (B- st-20-c).
wanted
WANTED IMMEDIATELY: Two
male roommates for Starlite
Apartments $33.75 plus 1/4
utilities. Call Bob 378-5185 after
3:30 p.m. (C-25-lt-p).
MALE ROOMMATE wanted to
share large apartment. No lease,
no deposit. See after 5 p.m. at
405 NE sth Ave. Apt. 5 (C-25-
st-p).
WANTED: One male roommate to
share French Quarters Apartment,
contact Jim Hill Phone 378-5936
(C-25-2t-c).
MALE ROOMMATE wanted t<
share new one bedroom apartment,
air conditioned. Summit House,
nd new VA Hospital. 378-6848.
(C-25- 3t-c).
WANTED: Female roommate
$48.00 plus 1/2 utilities. Air
conditioned, pool call 378-5631 (C (C---25-2t-p).
--25-2t-p). (C---25-2t-p).

wanted
LEAD OR BASS Electric guitar
player. Good singer. Since of hu humor.
mor. humor. Creative, trememdous op opportunity,
portunity, opportunity, write Box 156 Stetson
University, Deland. (C-25-lt-c).
FEMALE, one room private bath
and carport, $45. Call 376-5673
after 4 p.m. (C-23-3t-c).
GIRLS NEEDED tc share upstairs
room. Private bath; air con conditioned;
ditioned; conditioned; $30.00 monthly. Between
downtown and University. Call 378-
4018. (C-24-10t-c).
MALE roommate wanted to share
two bedroom apartment at Uni University
versity University Gardens. Call Paul 378-
1113. (C-23-st-c).
help wanted
1 MODELS needed for Glamor as assignments.
signments. assignments. Should be 21 years of
age and possess the qualities of
good figure and personality. Please
contact BiU Horne Photographer,
Roy Green Studios, Inc. 372-4656.
(E-25-st-c).
EXPERIENCED Student offset
cameraman needed by Student
Publications. Hourly wage, night
work. Must have experience with
halftone reproduction. Stop by
room 9, Florida Union Basement
between 8 A.M. and 5 P.M. or
room 13 between 9 P.M. and 1 A.M.
(E-24-tf-nc).
YOU can work a m inumum of 4
hours per week in your dorm apart- (
ment or sorority and earn S2O
to S3OO per month. How? Holiday
Magic Cosmetics is seeking re representatives
presentatives representatives to introduce to coeds
their fine line of cosmetics. In Interested?
terested? Interested? Call 378-4257, Sunday
Thursday. Evenings after 7 p.m.
(E-23-6t-c).
EARN FREE TRIP TO EUROPE
One of the largest and oldest firms
dealing in European car travel
seeks campus representative,
must be serious, enterprising;
preferable married graduate stu student
dent student European travelled. Send re resume
sume resume and reasons for applying,
CAR-TOURS IN EUROPE, INC.,
555 Fifth Ave., New York 17.
(212) PL 1-3550. (E-23-3t-c).
NEED SINGER to join band, must
have some kind of PA equipment
or be willing to get some. Call
378-4248, ask for Bill or 378-
5286, ask for Jim. (E-23-3t-c).
i
i MAKE EXTRA MONEY IN YOUR
i SPARE TIME. Sell Beauty by
Mary Kay Something new and
different, call Doris Moore. 372-
8354 between 12 A.M. and 5-6
> P.M. (E-24-4t-c).
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WANTED BEAUTICIAN: Fulltime,
busy shop, phone 378-1050. (E (E---
--- (E--- st-p).
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help wanted
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DEANS OFFICE Needs Secretary-
Receptionist. Must be good typist,
60 words a min. minimum No.
shorthand, attractive pleasant
personality. Call or apply Deans
office 140 Norman Hall. (E-24-
st-c).
NEED SALESLADY for ladies
department full time employ employment
ment employment experience preferable but
not necessary. Apply in person at
Silverman's, 225 West University
Ave. (E-25-3t-c).
autos
1963 VW EXCELLENT condition,
$995. Call 376-0077 (G-25-st-c).
1960 ALFA ROMEO VELOCE: 2
webers, DOHC, 2 spare wheels,
2 tires, roll bar. Getting married,
must sell. Best offer over S7OO.
376-4271 (G-25-3t-p).
1966 CHEVY H NOVA 350 H.P.
327, four speed, chrome Mag
wheels, hurst shifter $2,400.
Frank Metzger 372-4075 (G-25-
st-c).
1956 YELLOW AND WHITE
Plymouth, V-8, automatic trans transmission
mission transmission electric gas pump, $225
or make offer. David Self. 372-9319
(G-25-3t-c).
1964 TR4 ROADSTER, immaculate
condition, fully equipped, call
372-9427. (G-25-st-c).
1958 FIAT 1100, good condition,
$l5O call 372-2303 after 5 p.m.
(G-25-2t-c).
1965 Tempest, automatic trans transmission,
mission, transmission, power steering and pow power
er power brakes, radio, air- conditioner,
back-up lights, padded dash, tint tinted
ed tinted glass, under warranty or 1965
Austin Healy 3,000, call ext 2881
days evenings. (G (G---19-10t-c)T\
--19-10t-c)T\ (G---19-10t-c)T\
196.3 CO'RVAIR, automatic trans transmission,
mission, transmission, R&H, four door sedan,
excellent condition, ask $775 or
best offer, call 376-9821 or see
at 2915 NE 13th Dr. (G-20-6t-c).
1963 BUICK LeSabre, four door,
hard top, power steering, power
brakes, factory air, heater, S3OO
below NADA retail, 372-5190. (G (G---22-6t-c).
--22-6t-c). (G---22-6t-c).
1957 MG A- good mechanical con condition,
dition, condition, need body work, new top.
$350, call 376-0315. (G-23-3t-c).
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WIN THEATRE^tty.
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PETER SELLERS
MICHAEL CAINE
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autos
1964 CHEVY IMP ALA Convertible;
beautiful interior and exterior
finish; five new tires; priced to
sell immediately; call 378-6762.
(G-24-2t-p).
1940 FORD all original body, per perfect
fect perfect mechanical condition. Second
owner. $450. 376-6046. (G-22-1 Ot Otc).
c). Otc).
1965 MUSTANG Convertible, V V-8,
-8, V-8, Stick Shift. $250. and take over
payments. Call 376-9545. after 5
p.m. (G-21-10t-c).
real estate
Have: Duplex, three blocks from
University. Live in one unit and
receive rent from the other.
Have: 20 acres between Gainesville
and Newberry, mostly cleared.
$350 per acre with terms. Will
sell all or part.
Have: New 4 unit apartment build building
ing building central air conditioning, fur furnished.
nished. furnished. All leased for 1 year.
Monthly gross income $540. Call
for an appointment:
Wayne D. Mason, Realtor
Ernest Tew Realty
376-6461.
(I-21-7t-c).
lost-found
LOST SMALL leather key case
with keys, vicinity of general class
room bldg. Call University exten extension
sion extension 2721. (L-25-lt-c).
LOST RING 14 K setting. Coat
of Arms on top. Lost in vicinity
of Peabody or University Aud. Re Reward
ward Reward $5. Call 378-6343. (L-25-5t-
P)
LOST 1 pair prescription sun sunglasses,
glasses, sunglasses, brown frames. Possibly
in black case with North Dade
Vision Service printed on the out outside.
side. outside. REWARD, call 378-5369. (L (L---24-3t-c).
--24-3t-c). (L---24-3t-c).
LOST -- Miss. State Weekend,
gold leaf pin with pearls in center.
Reward, call 372-0447 8:30 5
P.M. (L-24-2t-c).
LOST Womens glasses in vi vicinity
cinity vicinity of Norman Hall. Orange
and Blue case. Owners name on
inside. Reward, 378-5452. (L-23-
2t-c).
Acres Os Free Parking
| N.W. 13th Stat23rdoad|
Telephone 378-2434
1:00 3:15 5:20 7:35 9:45
"ASTUIi MN6 RUN!
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A truly adult love story!
It is a beautiful film,
finely made!
Juthth Cn\t, N y Herald Tribune.
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MEM JOHN
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No One Under Age Os 18
Admitted Unless Accompaniec
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services
VISIT GATOR Groomer where ro romance
mance romance blooms. Next door to Uni University
versity University Post Office. Self Service
and professional laundry, dry
"cleaning. (M-10t-19-c).
ALTERATIONS of all kinds of
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_
14-10 t-c).
PROFESSIONAL dressmaking/
designing/ alterations. Contenital
custom hand finishing. Gail Guynn
- Pot Pourri Shop, Village Square,
378-1991. (M-15-ts-c).
FLY TO MIAMI FOR WEEKEND.
Miami and Palm Beach based pilots
will fly you home for practically
same as bus and train. Call Vic
Ines at 378-6669. (M-24-2t-c).
10? PER SHIRT FOR IRQNING
Call Cam, 378-6556. (M-24-4t-c).
STATE
1-3-5-7-9-10
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LASSIFIEDS

ydnesday, October 5, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

Services
HH YOU for your response
ast advertisement we are
ifeynp our Special on Por Por
- Por <>- BSneering Photography, 1013
pf Best University Ave. 378-
H|fc-23-3t-c).
Complete central heat heatrair
rair heatrair conditioning. Separate
Hgnlept., 3 age groups. Pre-
H training. Phone 376-0917
He, 372-4021 nighttime. (M (M---HHIURRY?
--HHIURRY? (M---HHIURRY? Passports and ap~
|ft)n photos. Childrens
188 commercials and special
|p|ns. Call Wesley-Roosevelt
HHK, 372-0300 or see at 909
Hi St. (M-16-10t-c).

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CALL UF EX: 2832 I
For Specialized Service {
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mm 25 Different | i
Sandwiches To Choose From
This Ad & Get A Free
HlOt Drink With A Sandwich
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ACROSS FROM THE UNIVERSITY CITY BANK

Lljli
the one of the great,
new permanent-press I
j 2-ply polyester
t- 'masterminded by Galey & Lord.
For the new dimension
collegiate slacks,
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services
SINGLES PARTY Friday Oct October
ober October 14. Ramada Inn Ballroom with
Travis Warn mack and the Myster Mysteries.
ies. Mysteries. (M-25-st-c)
TEDDY BEAR NURSERY Child
care. Will be open for all ball ballgames
games ballgames and also entire Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming weekend. Call for reservations:
376-0917 or after 6 p.m. 372-
4021. (M-16-6t-c).
personal
NEED RELEASE OF AFFECTION?
Get Ocelot Jaquar-Monkey- Rac Raccoon
coon Raccoon or other rare pet. For in information
formation information call Prestons Pets 378-
6079. (J-21-st-c).

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RON DOBRIN a 1959 UF Honor Graduate,
and former president of the Florida Players,
will return Oct. 13 as Stephano in Shake Shakespeares
speares Shakespeares 'the Tempest.

NOT HURRICANE

r Tempest 9 To Hit UF

By JIM WHITE
Alligator Columnist
You can buy a ticket to enchant enchantment
ment enchantment today at the Florida Union
Box Office.
Whats the occasion?
Its the story of a banished ma magician
gician magician and his lovely daughter,
cast adrift at sea by their ene enemies
mies enemies with only a magic wand, con conjuring
juring conjuring robes, and books on ma magic
gic magic to protect them from the ele elements.
ments. elements.
The magician will cast his first
spell promptly at 8:15 p.m. Oct.
13, as the Florida Union Board
of Student Activities brings the
American Classical Theatres
production of Shakespeares The
Tempest to the University Aud Auditorium.
itorium. Auditorium.
Considered by many to be one
of Shakespeares greatest come comedies,
dies, comedies, The Tempest is the first
presentation of the 1966-67 Fine
Arts Series on the UF campus.
The classic tale of magic and ad adventure
venture adventure will unfold on the Uni University
versity University Auditorium stage in four
performances Oct. 13-15.
Tickets for an 8:15 performance
each night and a 2 p.m. Satur Saturday
day Saturday matinee are on sale from noon
until 4:30 p.m., Monday through

Friday. The price of admission
is $1 for students, faculty and
staff; $2 for others. Unsold tic tickets
kets tickets for each performance will
be available at the door.
Arrangements are being made to
extend curfew one night of the
performance to allow freshmen
women to attend.
The Tempest has been highly
recommended for all freshmen by
the CEH 131-132 Department.

Necktie Party
For Seminole
AN EFFIGY OF THE FLORIDA STATE
UNIVERSITY SEMINOLE WILL BE HUNG
OUTSIDE ALBERTS PEN TODAY. THIS
IS PART OF THE PEP RALLY PLANNED
FOR FRIDAY NIGHT TO BUILD SPIRIT
FOR SATURDAYS FOOTBALL GAME.
WALL STREET COMES
TO GAINESVILLE
In the Florida National Bank Building the Goodbody
office contains an investment library, electronic stock
tapes, computer-connected reporting units, Dow Jones
news machine, and high-speed direct teletype to
every major market.
Whether you're an investor or looking forward to
being one . come in an let a Goodbody registered
representative show you around.
GOODBODY & CO.
ISTABLISHKD 18*1
Mcmbtri of loading Stock and Commodity Exchanges
118 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE. OAINESVIULE
04-376-4386 §
OUR 75TH YEAR OF SERVICE TO INVESTORS 1

NASA CENTER
TO BE BUILT
A National Aeronautics and
Space Administration research
center will be built at the UF. Ac According
cording According to Dr. L. E. Grinter, dean
of the graduate school, the UF will
be the only Florida college with
a NASA building.
Everything in the center will
have a relationship to the study
of space science, Dean Grinter
said. The building will be occu occupied
pied occupied by research professors, post postdoctoral
doctoral postdoctoral students and candidates
for doctorate degrees.
The research center will be
financed by a $1,190,000 NASA grant
and a $160,000 award from the Di Division
vision Division of Sponsored Research.
Formal ground breaking cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies are tentatively scheduled
for October 18 or 19, according
to Mr. Ellis Jones, assistant to
President J. Wayne Reitz.
The building will house mole molecular
cular molecular collisions and aerospace
plasma laboratories, the univer universitys
sitys universitys major computer area, an
area for radio astronomy and aero aeronomy,
nomy, aeronomy, an area for the study of
physics of the upper atmosphere
and space bodies, materials eng engineering
ineering engineering laboratories and an engi engineering
neering engineering mechanics research area.



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!, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, October 5, 1966

Orange and
BLUE BULLETIN

Campus Calendar

Advance Notice: First Lutheran Church: Fla. vs.
FSU listening party, Rainbow Springs, 10 a.m., Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, October 8. Swimming, transportation provided.
Wednesday, October 5
Collegiate Council for U.N.: Film, U.S. Foreign Pol Policy,
icy, Policy, 121 FLU, 7:15 p..
Peace Corps Language Aptitude Test: 118 FLU,
10 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 pm.
Brazilian-Portuguese Club Meeting: Home of Dr.
and Mrs. J. U. D. Saunders, 108 N.W. 22 Drive,
8 p.m. All speakers of Portuguese invited.
Spanish Conversation Club: Informal gathering, FLU
Johnson Lounge, 8 p.m. All Spanish speaking stu students
dents students invited.
Bent Card Coffee House: Peter Buch, will report on
recent developments in the anti-war movement,
8 p.m.
Peace Corps Recruiting: Hub, Library and FLU Bry Bryan
an Bryan Lounge, 9-6 p.m.

ADDRESS ALL ADMINISTRATIVE NOTICES AND GENERAL NOTICES TO OFFICE OF INFORMATIONAL SERVICES

General Notices
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 College
Foyer (3rd floor-General Classroom Building) ac according
cording according to the following schedule: students whose
last names begin with (J-N) report Oct. 3-7; (O-
R) report Oct. 10-14; (S-Z) report Oct. 17-21.
PEACE CORPS RECRUITERS: A team of five re returned
turned returned Peace Corps volunteers is on campus this
week with information centers in Bryan Lounge,
Florida Union, at the Hub, and in front of the Main
Library, from 9 a.m. 5 p.m. daily. Tuesday night
is Peace Corps Night with movie and panel dis discussion
cussion discussion at 7 p.m. in the second floor auditorium
of Florida Union. Peace Corps Modern Language
Aptitude Tests will be given daily at 10 a.m., 2 p.m.,
and 5 p.m. in room 118, Florida Union.
ACM MEETING: The Northeast Florida Chapter
of the Association for Computing Machinery will
meet Wednesday, Oct. 12, at 7:30 p.m. in room 1058
of the College of Architecture and Fine Arts. J. T.
O'Conner, manager of Advanced Reservations Com Computer
puter Computer Programming for Eastern Airlines, will discuss
Real-Time Reservations System. The public is
invited.
INDEPENDENT LEAGUE: Thursday, Oct. 6, 5
p.m. is the deadline for signing-up bowling teams
in the Intramural Office, Florida Gym, room 229,
or call Ext. 2912. A team consists of five members.
Bowling will begin at Palm Lanes about Oct. 17.
All persons not affiliated with dormitory or fra fraternity
ternity fraternity leagues are eligible.

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Peace Corps Language Aptitude Test: 118 FLU,
10 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m.
International Committee Supper: FLU Social Room,
6 p.m.
Game Films of Florida Football: Fla. vs. Vander Vanderbilt,
bilt, Vanderbilt, MSB Aud., 8 p.m.
Food Science Club: Business meeting, Food Science
Bldg., 7:15 pan. Followed by a tour of Dietetic
Research facilities at MSB, anyone interested is
invited.
Wrestling Club: south end of the Gym floor, 4 p.m.
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship: Prayer meetings,
4th floor of the Library every Monday & Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, 5 p.m.
Circle K: Group meeting, 208 FLU, 7:30 p.m.
Phi Chi Theta: Group meeting, 208 FLU, 7:30 p.m.
Gator Sailing Club: 121 FLU, 7:30 p.m. Everyone
welcome, no experience necessary.
Adult Ceramic Class: FLU Craft Shop, 7:30 p.m.

(Students in the following courses are expected
to take the following tests. Each student must bring
a No. 2 lead pencil and will be required to use his
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER.)
CPS 122 PROGRESS TEST: Thursday, Oct. 6,
7 p.m. in Walker Auditorium.
CY 215 PROGRESS TEST: Thursday, Oct. 6,7
p.m. All students whose last names begin with: (A-
L) report to Matherly 2,3, 4,5, 6,7, 8,9, 10,
11, 12, 13, 14, or 16; (M-Z) report to Matherly 102,
105, 108, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, or 119.

(Sign-up sheets are posted two weeks in advance
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vices, Services, Building H All companies will be recruit recruiting
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Friday, October 7
Mensa Lecture: Dr. Darrel J. Mase, Mind Power
Utilization, 103-B, AFA, 7:30 p.m.
Florida Players: Silent Film Festival, FLU Aud.,
8 p.m.
Painting for Fun: 215 FLU, 7:30 p.m.
Peace Corps Language Aptitude Test: 118 FLU,
10 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m.
Pep Rally: Upper Drill Field, 7 p.m.
Yulee Area and Graham Area Dance: Yulee Hall,
8:30 p.m. Everyone invited, refreshments.
Movie: Psycho, MSB Aud., 7 & 9:25 p.m.
Chess Club: Chess games, 215 FLU, 7 p.m.
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OLETTO RIGOLETTO now on sale. Tickets for THE TEMPEST
now on sale for students, on sale for faculty, staff
and the general public Thursday, October 6. Tickets
for the Chad Mitchell Trio at FSU this weekend go
on sale Thursday, October 6.

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9do report to GCB 121, 125 or 127; (E) report to
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9&0 report to Peabody 101, 102, 112, or 114; (H)
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221, 223, 225, or 227; (N) report to GCB 233 or 235;
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Walker Auditorium; (T-V) report to GCB 101 or 109;
(W-Z) report to Walker Auditorium.

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Maddox Victory

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI)
Columnist Drew Pearson has pre predicted
dicted predicted victory for segregationist
Lester Maddox in the Georgia
governors race.
Speaking Monday night to the
Metropolitan Dinner Club, Pear Pearson
son Pearson also said Mrs. Lurleen Wal Wallace
lace Wallace would be victorious in her
bid to succeed her husband, Gov.
George Wallace, in Alabama.
Touching on the national scene,
the columnist predicted Sen. Ro Robert
bert Robert Kennedy would not be on the
1968 Democratic presidential tic ticket
ket ticket but did say the Republican tic ticket
ket ticket might include a new face.
The Republicans now talking
about Gov. George Romney of
Michigan and former Vice Pres President
ident President Richard Nixon as being pre presidential
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with a new face, someone like
Mayor John Lindsay of New York
to head the ticket in 1968, Pear Pearson
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Copyright 1966
THIRD PART OF A SERIES
By TYLER TUCKER
Assistant Sports Editor
Kermit Tipton was a pleased
teacher after watching the Florida-
Vanderbilt game in Dudley Field
Saturday night. The greying mentor
coached Gator quarterback Steve
Spurrier for three years at Sci Science
ence Science Hill high school.
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derbilt team, Tipton said.
Throughout the game Tipton
couldnt resist comparing Spur Spurriers
riers Spurriers progress with his abilities
in high school.
He is a lot quicker in his run running
ning running and passing, Tipton said.
He gets rid of the baU very quick quickly
ly quickly now. Emory Hale (Spurriers
offensive backfield coach) com commented
mented commented on his play. He thought
Steve was reacting a lot more
quickly.
Steve hasnt changed too
much, Hale said. When the pres pressure
sure pressure is on he gets what is need needed.
ed. needed. He has always been like that thatall
all thatall die way through high school.
The entire Science Hill coaching
staff, still intact since Spurriers
departure, sat in the cramp cramped
ed cramped seats of Dudley Field.

He did very little wrong, Tip Tipton
ton Tipton continued. This is the first
time I have seen Steve play since
he graduated from Science Hill.
We have followed his career, but
we were real pleased to see him
play.
Hale was Spurriers back backfield
field backfield coach in the ninth grade gradethe
the gradethe Gator quarterbacks first year
at Science Hill. In the tenth and
eleventh grades Spurrier was
coached by Earl Lane.
Coach Hale handled Spur Spurrier
rier Spurrier through most of high school,
Tipton said. We thought perhaps
Steve wouldnt be fast enough to
play quarterback. But he worked
hard from the ninth through the
twelfth grades. He was slow but
he made up for it with his quick quickness.
ness. quickness. He was always a scramb scrambler
ler scrambler in high school.
I started Steve in the eighth and
ninth grades when his family mov moved
ed moved to Johnson City, Hale said.
I coached the ninth grade team
while I was stiU in college. We
had a series of plays which de depended
pended depended on every back being a ball
carrier. It was more like a single
wing. On some plays we would have
Steve throw the ball from his run running
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Emory Hale didnt picture Spur Spurrier
rier Spurrier as a model athlete. In fact
he had doubts about using him as
a quarterback.
In the ninth grade I wouldnt
have thought he would make it,
Hale said. He had big feet, clum clumsy
sy clumsy feet, but somehow he was very
quick and used the quick reactions
to his advantage.
Hale thinks Spurrier made his
greatest improvement between his
sophomore and junior years in high
school. Yes, he started showing
marked improvement during that
year. He hurt his elbow before
the season started, but he healed
in time to play. He came back
real strong.
He was tremendous in his sen senior
ior senior year. He gained between 1,000
and 1,400 yards. We knew he had
tremendous potential then. His
ability began to match his poten potential
tial potential
Tipton said that Spurriers
attitude and performance in high
school was characterized by de desire.
sire. desire. Just like tonight, Tipton
said referring to the Gator-
Commodore game, Steve was al always
ways always moving forward even when
he was hit on a play. He just
keeps lunging and moving on plays
where he is caught behind the line
of scrimmage. He was the same
way in high school. When he was
hit he was still fighting for yard yardage.
age. yardage. Tipton was one of the first
persons with whom Spurrier dis discussed
cussed discussed marriage plans. His
marriage came as a surprise to
several members of the family.
Last summer, Tipton said,
Steve came to Science Hill to
work out. We talked about his
girl (then Jerri Starr) but I didnt
think he was ready for marriage
that soon. I think some of us were
surprised at the news of his mar marriage.
riage. marriage.
Emory Hale believes the entire
group of coaches had equal influ influence
ence influence on Spurrier during his ear earlier
lier earlier years. All of the coaches,
Kermit Tipton, Bob Evans, coach
Littlethe basketball coach, and
Earl Lane. They all worked with
Steve and tried to help him as
much as possible.

Explosive
Similar to
By EVAN LANGBEIN
Alligator Sports Writer
Florida State Universitys young
Seminoles are out to prove them themselves.
selves. themselves.
They have already braved one
Florida storm in the University
of Miami Hurricanes. Now they
are preparing to engage in a Ga Gator
tor Gator fight.
Bubba McGowan, UF end coach,
has scouted FSUs first two games
and hes worried.
Spurrier
Offense
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI)
Splendid Steve Spurrier, whose
two touchdown passes led Florida
to a 13-0 win over Vanderbilt
last Saturday, continues to draw
away from the field in Southeas Southeastern
tern Southeastern Conference passing and com combined
bined combined offense.
Spurrier, connecting with ama amazing
zing amazing accuracy, has hit on 38 of 56
passes for 525 yards and seven
touchdowns. He is completing 67
per cent of his passes, according
to the latest individual statistics
released today by the SEC,
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three games but with his pass passing
ing passing he has 544 total yards, far
ahead of Dewey Warren of Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee.
Warren trails Spurrier by 107
yards in the passing department,
hitting on 34 of 48 aerials for
418 yards and five touchdowns.
But Warrens completion percen percentage
tage percentage is even better than Spurriers
at 71 per cent.
Speedy Andy Rhoades of Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi State is the conferences
top rusher with 261 net yards and
a 4.8 average.
In the receiving category John Johnny
ny Johnny Mills of Tennessee leads the
pack with 17 receptions for 185
yards and a 10.9 average. Fred Freddie
die Freddie Hyatt of Auburn is second
with 12 receptions for 199 yards
and a 16.6 average.
The biggest jump of the week
was Ray Perkins of Alabama, who
went from no receptions to nine
in the Mississippi game for 94
yards. It set a new school record.
Ron Widby of Tennessee took
over the punting lead from Ala Alabamas
bamas Alabamas Steve Davis with 12 boots
good for 518 yards and a 43.2
average. Davis slipped to third
place.
Georgias Bob Etter is the top
scorer in the conference with eight
of eight in extra points and four
of five field goals for 20 points.

Seminoles
Gators
This is a really fine FStJ foot football
ball football team. Theyre similar to ours
in that theyve got a lot of soph sophomores
omores sophomores playing. But they have
proven they can hit for the home
run any time. Theyre explosive,
coach McGowan stressed.
The Seminoles record affirms
their explosive potential. In two
games against Houston (whichthey
lost 21-3) and Miami (which they
won 23-20), Florida State has
scored five times, four of them
coming through the air. The fifth
was an 83-yard kickoff return by
T. K. Wetherell against Miami.
FSUs basic attack is aerial.
They have a double threat at quar quarterback
terback quarterback in junior Kim Hammond
and sophomore Gary Pajcic. They
have thrown 75 times for 33 com completions.
pletions. completions.
Hammond and Pajcic are two
good ones, says coach McGowan,
They spell double trouble for us.
Regardless who is in there, our
pass defense will not be able to
let up.
On the receiving end, the Sem Seminoles
inoles Seminoles have two good men. First,
there is six feet, four inch soph sophomore
omore sophomore sensation from Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Ron Sellers. Sellers, who
was Pajcics teammate in high
school at Jax Paxon, has cJught
10 passes for 172 yards and one
score.
Seminole head coach Bill Peter Peterson
son Peterson thinks Sellers could be ano another
ther another Fred Biletnikoff, FSUs All-
America wingback two seasons
ago. I think he has better hands
and moves than Biletnikoff. Its
just a case of Ron getting the ex experience.
perience. experience.
Also receiving is end Thurston
Taylor, a six feet, two inch jun junior.
ior. junior. He has seven catches good for
121 yards and one touchdown. The
TD provided Jfce winning margin
against Miami.
Florida States running game has
been overshadowed by its passing
antics. But it should not be light lightly
ly lightly regarded. Coach McGowan
states, I believe that FSU will
employ a more balanced attack
against us than they did in their
first two games. They do have
two fine running backs in More Moreman
man Moreman (Bill) and Mankins (Jim).
More man is a 178 pound junior
who has carried the ball 28 times
for 90 yards, a 3.2 average. Man Mankins
kins Mankins is a huge 225-pounder who has
carried 26 times Jor 63 yards, a
2.4 average. Both backs are also
dangerous on screen passes which
FSU likes to use four or five
times a game.
On defense, the Seminoles have
improved steadily. Against Miami
they intercepted four passes.
State has a whole host of de defensive
fensive defensive stalwarts. Their defensive
ends, Wayne McDuffie and
Bob Menendez are strong and ag aggressive.
gressive. aggressive. They are both exceUent
pass rushers.
The most significant fact about
FSUs defense is speed. Seven of
the Seminoles 11 defensive start starters
ers starters are backs or former backs.
Senior linebacker, Wayne Giar Giardino,
dino, Giardino, played a strong game at
fullback against the Gators in last
years game. Now he is one of
FSUs defensive keys. He inter intercepted
cepted intercepted two passes against Miami.
In the defensive backfield, FSU
has Bill Campbell and Butch Riser
at halfbacks and Marty Kolbus
and Pat Conway at safties.
Coach McGowan is very con concerned
cerned concerned about the Seminole defense.
Their defense presents, I think,
the stiffest challenge to our of offense
fense offense to date. They have fine
ends, linebackers and backs.
Theyre quick, and theyve good
pursuit. Well have to work to
move the ball
To say that FSU is up-for the
Florida game is an understate understatement.
ment. understatement. They are seething.



Dodgers, Orioles Collide In

By MILTON RICH MAN
UPI Sports Writer

LOS ANGELES -Big Don Drys Drysdale,
dale, Drysdale, still trying to redeem him himself,
self, himself, has a perfect opportunity
Wednesday when despite some of
his previous imperfections, he will
open the World Series for the Los
Angeles Dodgers against Dave Mc-
Nally of the Baltimore Orioles.
For a little while after Sundays
clincher, Dodger manager Walt Al Alston
ston Alston hedged a bit between Drys Drysdale
dale Drysdale and lefthander Claude Osteen
as his first game starter. But as
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the time for the big event drew
closer, the reflective L.A. field
boss leaned more and more to toward
ward toward Drysdale.
Drysdale gave that assurance
even though he was roughed up
considerably by the Phillies in the
opener of Sundays doubleheader
which the Dodgers lost. During
the two innings he pitched, the
huge, hard-throwing right-hander
was bombed for four hits and two
runs.
Alston also remembers Drys Drysdale
dale Drysdale was hammered hard by the
Minnesota Twins in the opening
game of the 1965 World Series,
in which the Dodgers also were
beaten. But then was then, and now
is now, and outside of the incom incomparable
parable incomparable Sandy Koufax, who, Alston
asks himself, was the Dodgers
most effective pitcher during the
past six weeks?
The answer is Drysdale, des despite
pite despite his 13-16 season record.
Koufax wrapped up the Dodgers
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sixth National League pennant in
the past 13 years by beating the
Phillies, 5-3, In the nightcap of
Sundays doubleheader for his 27th
victory. He is Alstons choice to
start the second game of the ser series
ies series on Thursday against young,
fast-balling Jim Palmer of the
Orioles.
Drysdale and Koufax both lost
starting out last years series
against the Twins, putting the Dod Dodgers
gers Dodgers two games behind at the out outset
set outset and although Alston recalls
that, it doesnt concern him a
great deal.'
The situation was different
then, he said. First of all, we
started out in their park last year
and this time well be playing in
our park. Besides, Drysdale has
pitched exceptionally well for us
down the stretch and Pm not too
upset about what happened to him
last Sunday.
Maybe Alston isnt upset now
with the pennant won and all, but
he was moved enough after Sun Sundays
days Sundays opening game loss to tell
his players:
Lets go out and win the se second
cond second game. We dont want to back
into this thing.

Wednesday, October 5, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

Series Ooener

When the Dodgers report to
the ball park early Tuesday, the
first thing they will do is hold a
closed door meeting in their dress dressing
ing dressing quarters before working out at
approximately 10:30 a.m. PDT.
The obvious thought is that
theyll do a great deal of head headscratching
scratching headscratching on how to pitch to Frank
Robinson, Baltimores new triple
crown champion. Thats the ob obvious
vious obvious theory, but it isnt right.
We know all about Robinson
from the years he was with Cin Cincinnati,
cinnati, Cincinnati, declared one veteran
Dodger player. WeU be concen concentrating
trating concentrating on some of the others we
dont know so well.
Following the Dodger work workout,
out, workout, the Orioles will hold their
own drill beginning at 2 a.m.
Virtually all the Baltimore play players
ers players are familiar with Dodger Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, having played there against
the Angels before Bill Rigneys
crew moved over to nearby Ana Anaheim
heim Anaheim this year.
For the record, the Orioles
usually had trouble against the
Angels out here.

Its a tough ball park to hit
in, said Baltimore Manager Hank
Bauer, referring to Dodger Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, but weve got some fellows
capable of hitting the ball out of
any park.
He meant guys like Frank Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, who hit 49 homers this year;
Boog Powell, with 34; and Brooks
Robinson and CuTt Blefary with 23
each.
Even with the presence of those
blockbusters in their lineup, the
Orioles out-hit the Dodgers by only
two points this year .258
.256. Home runs were another mat matter,
ter, matter, though. The Orioles had 175
and the Dodgers 108.
LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- Odds ma makers
kers makers in this gambling mecca to today
day today made the Los Angeles Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers 8-5 favorites to win the World
Series from the Baltimore Orioles.
If Dodger pitcher Don Drysdale
starts the first game of the ser series,
ies, series, he is a 6-5 favorite to de defeat
feat defeat Dave McNally of the Orioles.
If lefthander Claude Osteen is the
Dodger starter, he would be an
11-10 favorite over McNally.
Approximately 200 baseball fans
were on hand Monday to greet the
\ N. L. champs at the airport and
"naturally, the biggest recept reception
ion reception was bestowed on Koufax, who
looked remarkably fit considering
he had pitched the finale and had
just traveled more than six hours.
After the first two games of
the series, the teams will move
on to Baltimore, with Friday off
for traveling and the third, fourth
and if necessary, the fifth game
are scheduled for Municipal Sta Stadium
dium Stadium in Baltimore.
The probable starting lineups for
the first game of the World Ser Series
ies Series today:
Baltimore Los Angeles
Aparicio, ss Wills, ss
Snyder, cf Gilliam, 3b
F. Robinson, rs W. Davis, cf
B. Robinson, 3b Johnson, If
Powell, lb T. Davis, rs
Blefary, If Lefebvre, 2b
D. Johnson, 2b Parker, lb
Etchebarren, c Roseboro, c
McNally, p Drysdale, p
Umpires Jackowski (NL),
plate; Chylak (AL), lb; Pelekou Pelekoudas
das Pelekoudas (NL), 2b; Steiner (NL). left
field foul line; Drummond (AL),
right field line.
UPI Ratings |
1. Mich St. (20) 3-0 318
2. UCLA (7) 3-0 285
3. Notre Dame (3) 2-0 270
4. Alabama (2) 2-0 231
5. Sou. Cal. (2) 3-0 184
6. Arkansas 3-0 177
7. Tennessee 2-0 132
8. Nebraska 3-0 111
9. FLORIDA 3-0 79
10. Georgia Tech. 3-0 61
Tiger-Colored
DETROIT (UPI) Detroit's
baseball team first was named
the Tigers because its original
colors, yellow and black, were
the same as Princeton Univer Universitys.
sitys. Universitys.
First Bunt
NEW YORK (UPl)Dickey
Pearce of the Brooklyn Atlan Atlantics
tics Atlantics is credited with laying
down the first deliberate bunt
during a game played in 1866.

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