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Reitz Unconcerned By Burns' Pinko Charge

ED BARBER Staff Writer

UP President J, Wayne Reitz said he was not he is elected to office or he will see to it they are understand of course these people don't wear armbands
"concerned" about the "pinks commies"speech removed saying, 'I'm a Communist.' "
made last week by gubernatorial nominee Haydon Gov. Farris Bryant Is reported to have also Burns also stated in his speech that the matter
Burns taken Issue with Burns on the statements there of searching out of these "pinks and commies" I
"I'm not really concerned about the statement were Communists In the state university s>'t tem. would be handled directly through his office and the /
made by Mayor Burns," Reitz said, "because to Bryant was quoted as saying the Board of Controlis Board of Control Instead of any type of legislative t
my knowledge there are no Communists on the UF handling the cases currently of one professor committee
campus." associated with a Commlnist-front organization and "If he (Burns) has facts which need handling
Speaking last week at a fish fry in nearby another professor who Is suspected of such an through administrative channels," Reltz said: "then
Hawthorne, Burns said that he was astounded at association."But 1 should hope that he would do so. However, 1 see 4
the number of "pinks and commies" on Florida there are no Communists per se in the no basis for the situation to occur for him to haveto :
campuses and that they had better resign before state educational system," Bryant continued. "You do so." \

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Vol. 57, No. 6 University Florida, Gainesville! Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1964 I
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Gladys Gains $ x


As Ethel Dies I

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Hurricane Gladys built up winds of 90 miles per hour late yesterdayas _
her sisters, Dora and Ethel blew themselves out in the North _
Atlantic. _
Gladys was the seventh storm and fourth hurricane of the 1964
season which has already seen more than a hall- IJUon dollars _

In damages,. mostly from the *
effects of Hurricanes Cleo and IrfIIIr. _
Party Dora.
Gladys was centered at 5 p.m. _
EST yesterday about 760 miles !1'( ,
Elects HeadFraternity east of Puerto Rico moving towardthe _
west-northwest at about 18 :;' <
m.p.h.'Forecasters said there was _
chance might turn t+.:I
members of Gator asgctod: 1
'., _
Party elected Mike Hollingsworth to the northwest In the next 24 A r.. -.:;Li. _
(SAE) as party chairman at a hours. \ :
meeting at the Theta Chi house a Tie

Sunday night. Meanwhile tropical storm Dora, FLOOD CONDITIONS In downtown Live Oak are graphically shown by these
Elected at an earlier meetingof with highest winds of 65 m.p.h.,
Independent leaders was Drew was breaking up east of Cape Cod, Alligator pictures brought back yesterdnvbyt t Kerrell Asbell, local newsman. Above,
Haslett as Independent chairman. Mass. Places hard hit by the storm I
were a soldier looks Into a half-submerged store window. Below, a building wall crum-
Several committees were last week still cleaning up.
appointed as well asCharles, Plumbto In the town of Live Oak, travel.was bles from flooding.

serve as party treasurer. possible. only by boat.The ." ,J .. '
Preparations are being made for ,
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the campaign on behalf of Gator town, a virtual lake, had
Party candidates for thirty water so deep In some places
Legislative Council seats when that parking meters had 4
these positions go on the ballot October disappeared on the main street .
1.Holllngsworth. and whole houses were under
currently servesas water.
Secretary of Finance on the
president's cabinet. In his opening Pumps and pipes from Jackson- Y.A.
t remarks after his selection he ville are being set up In an effortto :
emphasized the party's minority drain off the water, but the
status In the Legislative Council. worst Is yet to come when the
Haslett also serves on the Suwannee River crests tomorrow. .
president's cabinet as Secretaryof
Student Activities.Also speakingat Ethel, still a hurricane with
the meeting, he called for a top winds of 85 m.p.h., was about I
t reactivation of the spirit and 265 miles southeast of Cape Race, J J: I
enthusiasm to which he attributedlast Newfoundland. It was losing 1L4.Ii ''L :
year's Gator Party victory. strength rapidly.I .

Final Budget OK : __

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t AGNES FOWLES it is his hope-that next year this L,0

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(SG)budget, allocating: nearly one- council to act and have V.O.T.E. Party Sets MeetingThe I
half million dollars to be taken present all necessary student organizational -
from the $113 student activity fee, personnel. -
will be presented to Legislative Income Is based on enrollment Voice Of The "There is a lot Association.
Council for second and final approval estimates, figuring $14.50 per (V.O.T.E.) party will hold a just run for off Ice. In other business to be con-
tonight. student each trimester. Since SG meeting tonight at 9 in for everyone who U ducted at tonight's meeting, a
According to SG Treasurer Fred Is not the sole source of Incomefor Kappa Alpha House to Inr". co-chairman will. be named from
Lane, members have indicated they the Athletic Association and for the coming year Is a senior the Independent wing of the party.
will pass the budget at that time. Florida Union, they have been Newly elected V.o.T.E. win"a ., majoring; In Raattama emphasized that he
"Although 1 felt that efficiency isolated from the regular budget. Chairman Hank Piattama ,and hopes wanted to "combat apatliy on
required an earlier passing, I This makes possible a new checks all students who are school after campus". He stated that i record
understand the 'p a r t' summer and balances system on organizations with the two-party system present he Is a In Uw put has been poor and
Council's hesitancy to hold a overwnlch SG has total V.O.T.E. party la president of expressed a hope that students
second reading," Lane said. financial control, Lane added. attend. Rho and a member would take more Interest In their
Because it Is difficult to maintain "We need the Interest directors for the government and the two party
operation without approval (Continued On Page 2)) support of the students to Purchasing system I la the future.


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Page 2, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1964

Leg Council Takes Last Look At BudgetContinued

( From Page I) ticket sales, will feature the Chad Lane stated.
Finance Committee, headed by rollment and growing Interest.Lyceum
Cited as significant changes in Herman Green this summer, and Council Is receiving about Mitchell Trio this trimester. The For the past five month t work
for Its rendition of has been done on the
budgeting this year were: first SG Treasurer's office then coordinate $1,000 more this year. Trio Is known preparationof
year-round budgeting, and first and revise the material for The 15 regular Lyceum pro "John Birch Society." and extensive survey of student
dollar budgets. Previously budgets legislative action. Numerous con grams, five per trimester,Include: Criticism has arisen concerning finances. The purpose of the report
were based on cents per student ferences are scheduled with those Piano- Sledaleniwaska, Violin financing of small organizations, Is to explain SG financing to the
with aLa such as debate, Moot Court, and student body. In mid-October
third trimester figured sep- Involved. Salvatore Accordo, 0 per a
arately. Allowance must be made Members have had more budget Do he me, Chamber-Fine Arts livestock Judging, Lane said.However modernized version of SG Finance
for overlapping time and functions, Information, with more time to Quartet, Ballet-American Ballet he defends this grrv by Law will be presented to legis-
Lane Netherlands noting that It represents UF and has lative Council for approval. An
said. study It, than any previous Legislative Theatre, Choral
In the initial stage of this bud- Council, according to Lane. Chamber Choir, Symphony-Dallas gained recognition for It. evaluation of the Seminole will
geting process the business mana- He urged Council members with Symphony, Ethnic Dance-Jose He pointed out publications and also be completed by mid-October.
ger of each organization submitted questions about the budget to come Molina Spanish Ballet, Drama- Intramurals as the "giants".Cur- "We hope to get significant results -
to SG a subsidy request, which lie to his office today or tomorrow. Twelfth Night, and Ferrante & rently, our programs In this area with the Influence of student I
prepared with the aid of his president Lane explained increases in allocations Teicher. are as good, or are striving to be opinion as a guide," Lane ex-
and faculty advisor. Budget as a result of larger en- The Lyceum special, requiring as good, as anywhere In the nation, plained.


Space Flight Cancelled For YearCAPE I

New budget presented KENNEDYUPI-The federal shot, a sub-orbital flight designedto NASA said the lightning damaged
space agency said yesterdaythis test the spacecraft's recovery some electrical systems In the
country's first two-man space systems, Is due to arrive at the booster. The systems have now
flight has been cancelled this year than a month behind schedule.The been replaced and the rocket Is:
Budget & Finance Approved Fee Allocation (91)4-1965 because of hurricane damage Inflicted second stage for the Tltan-2 being put through another seriesof
to the sprawling rocket was dismantled Aug. 27 becauseof tests.
Term J Term II Term m Totals center.A the threat of Hurricane Cleo
Athletics 61,200 58, 225 23, 450 1-42,8'75 space agency official said the and both stages of the rocket were The upcoming flight, a 2,100-
based on $4.25/sdt/trl. two-man Gemini space flight has trucked to safety for HurricaneDora mile shot down range, must be
been rescheduled for sometime last week. The rocket was successful before the first manned
Fla. Union 36,000 34,250 13,750 84,000 during the first three months of placed back on its stand Monday. flight can be made.
based on S2.50/sdt/trl. 1965.
The three orbit flight,to be made
Totals 97,200 92,475 37,200 226,875 by astronauts Virgil L. Grissom
and John W. Young, will be the
Homecoming le50 950 .-. 2,600 opener of America's second man- Valuable Gift
JDtramuralt 21,eoo 20,550 7,888 10,038 In-space program.
Speakers Bureau ... 800 ..- 800 The announcement of the post-
Mtns' Presidents 350 -.. --- 350
ponement was made by Dr.GeorgeE.
Cheerleaders 1,014 ..- --- 1,014 the
Mueller, space agency's For UF Coeds
Debate 2,145 2,320 835 5,100 associate administrator for
Florida Players ,095 3,91" 3,991 12,000Gator manned spaceflight.
Band 2,4S0 3,340 e90 8,510
Two hurricanes and a lightning
Men' alee Club 1 .50 ..
3,250 4,700
storm eliminated the possibility
Women' Glee Club .. .
1,450 3,250 4.700
of the flight this year, the agency
Board of Jnt. Activities 1585 1,205, 210 2,000
Lyceum 9,800 10,750 5,520 26,070 said.The National Aeronautics and
Livestock Judging 413 102.75 -- 515.75 Space Ad ml nil t r atlonN AS A)
Moot Court 301 289 -.. 590
blamed the
spokesman delay on
Publications 23,90S 23,907 'l,660 55,475 lightning damage Aug. 17 to the CaMrti.(
Special Fund 11,700 3,800 'l,420 2Z,720 Tltan-2 rocket set for the final w trF
Symphony Orchestra 958 4,277 745 5,980 unmanned Gemini test this fall,
University Religious t5Gl 1,960 879 4,400Student and hurricanes Cleo and Dora. ,
Salaries 10,030 9,'137.50 4,840 2",407.50 The previous scheduled ,y v
Special Projects 13,992 5,190.75 354 19,536.75University announced by NASA called for the
Choir 11,8n ,240 1,193 8,058 unmanned flight to be made by
Village Mayors 1,100 1,100 565 2,765 the end of September and the
Women' Student Alln. 3U 1,442 160 1,995 first manned mission before the

end of the year.
111,600 106,175 42,550 260,325 The space agency also said that '
the space raft for the unmanned

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Sept. 15, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3I

Jews Celebrate Film Classics r y

I Opens TodayThe

Film Classics League of
Holiest of DaysTOVA rs Gainesville will begin Its nine-
teenth season tonight and Wednes-
day at 8:15 In the Health Center
Auditorium with a FREE get acquainted
LEVINE with Rosh Hashona, the Jewish open house presentationof
Editorial Assistant New Year. Alec Gulnesses hilarious color
The holiday is a response to the I T comedy, "The Ladykillers.
"Forgive us, pardon us,grant us :
atonement" Is the message of Yom Biblical commandment, "For on lit The league presents university
Kippur the Jewish Day of Atone- this day shall atonement be made students and faculty plus residentsof
ment, which will begin at sundown for you, to cleanse you; from all Gainesville with the rare opportunity -
tonight with Kol Nldre servicesat your sins shall ye be clean before of seeing some of the
7 In Walker Auditorium. the Lord" (Lev. 16.30). best films made here and abroad.
Services will begin tomorrow Observant Jews fast the entire This year the repetolre, considered -
morning in the Medical Center day, abstaining from all food and one of the best ever assembled -
Auditorium at 9:30, with Rabbi drink. The reason for the fast Is will Include several
Simeon Kobrinetz officiating. The to show self-restraint and to devote comedies, a brilliant science
theme of his sermon will be the whole day to nothing but prayersand .e fiction movie, and masterpieces by
"Covering Our Sackcloths." supplications.The such directors as Dunuel, de Sica,
Yom Kippur is a fast day set Kol Nidre prayer is a solemn and Truffaut.
aside for Jews throughout the worldto hymn repeated three times on the r. w t Cost for a season ticket Is$3.50.
reflect upon their past deeds, night of Yom Kippur. The prayer $0,, The cost Is good for admission to
to scrutinize their lives through nullifies all forgotten vows and d ;Fa= ,. all 12 regularly scheduled shows

prayer and confession; and to ask broken promises made to God during plus provisions for occasional
the past year. It concludes, __ guests the ticket holder may care
forgiveness for sins committed -: __ :- U -"" -"' -"' -';'"
"Turn us in full unto to bring.
during the past year. repentance BRAKE FAILURE listed the of this
was as cause
Thee and teach Tickets and be
us to undo the programs may
Considered the holiest day of the wrongs we have committed." single-car collision Monday. The car, driven by obtained In Room 315 of the Florida
Jewish calendar, Yom Kippur is
At the conclusion of the day, the John Cabler headed north 13th Union or at the door of the Health
referred to In the Bible as the asst. prof. was on
ram's horn or shofar is blown and Center Auditorium during the first
"Sabbath of Sabbaths"(Lev.23.32). Avenue when the brakes apparently failed. No one
Jews pray to be "sealed in the three shows. No Individual program -
The holiday marks the end of the
Book of Life for peace, blessings, the collision. tickets will be sold
Ten Days of Penitence that began and good sustenance." was reported injured in
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.{ : ," Arts Dames Debate SocietyThe

Architecture and Fine Art Debate Society will meetat
Dames will meet tonight at 7:30 7:30 p.m. tonight in Room 331
p.m. at the home of the sponsor, Tlgert. Members are urged to
e ra Mrs David L. Wilmot, 1232 N. come prepared to discuss the
W. 36th Drive.AU student wives current topic. The guest
In Architecture and Fine Arts' speaker will be from the
are Invited to attend.Conservatives. Department of Economics.

l MeetThere Business Dames
Dullness Administration
f fOD
II will be a meeting of Dames will meet tonight at 8 at
the Campus Conservative Club the Women's Club A motorcade
tonight In Room 123 of the will meet at 7:40 In the Century
0 Florida Union at 7 p.m. AU Tower Parking Lot.
Interested In working
0 c1 \\Ytr1 tf persons with the Conservative Club this OccupationalTherapy
fall and winter are Invited to
: attend.

UF students going Into
: Education Dames occupational therapy or

:1 Education Dames will hold interested In learning more
their regular monthly meeting about It are Invited to attend
tomorrow, 8 p.m. at the homeof the first Student Occupational
I Dean and Mrs.Melvin Baker, Therapy Association meeting
i .t. 1220 N. W. 18th Avenue. This of this trimester tonight The
', I first meeting Is a "Get- group will convene at 6:15 In
.1 ;; I Acquainted Party"and all wives ,the J. Hlllls Miller Health
1 of Education students are moat Center cafeteria for supper and
j cordially l Invited to attend. the meeting. .

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"The handling of the St. Augustine (racial) situation is one of the

bright stars this year in Florida. I was very proud of the results." 114 /

These words were uttered by the governor of Florida, Farris

Bryant, at his press conference last week
We wonder if there Is anyone who considers the terrible stories

that filled the nation's newspapers this past summer about the

evil and hate In St. Augustine as part of a "bright star" in Florida.We .
wonder perhaps if most Floridians consider it a blight on
the usually mature way in which our state has handled its racial

problems.We .
wonder how many Floridians were disgraced by the way the
local leaders and the "outsiders" behaved during those troubled

days In St. Augustine. A wirephoto which made the front pages of

most of the nation's papers showed a law officer leaping Into a

swimming pool to arrest a "wade-in" participant. Mr. Governor,
was that the "bright star" of which you speak? Or was It the fact

that St. Augustine tourist trade, usually the city's life blood, I GOT IT FOR BEING GOOD
dropped off to nil during the trouble? Perhaps that is the "bright

star" this year In Florida.Is .
Florida's "bright star" groups of Negroes and whites staring : A Humor Magazine?
hate into each other's eyes across a street lined with state highway

patrolmen? Mr. Governor, are you serious? -
We do not blame one side any more than the other side for the
abortion of human behavior that occurred this summer in St. Editor: a democratic constitutional right is practiced.Sex .
Augustine. The racial situalon in that ancient city would be better Reference: "New Orange Peel may be on death drinking, and hell-raising can be humorousand

today tithe Integrationists had acted more sensibly this summer. Dut bed." in the Wednesday Alligator. Poo...... are (were) treated as such in the Peel.

the shameful way In which local officials handled the situation is Mr. Webb said that "dirt and drinking and beer The fact is (now cover your ears!) that people
just as bad. doesn't occupy the majority of students thoughtsand enjoy reading this type of thing.

We Just thank God that Florida did not have any more "bright a publication that gives this idea Is wrong."
stars" like St. Augustine. Somehow, I've never thought or had the Impressionthat But this doesn't mean that each of us will
the Orange Peel took the stand that drinkingand Immediately run out, get drunk, raise hell and

dirt occupy the majority of our thoughts or jump into bed. Because we enjoy reading about
agent 009 (alias James Bond) doesn't mean that
Let Us I KnowWe are students who go to classes 5 and 6 we will run to the nearest gun store, buy a
days a week and sometimes evenings.We prepare beretta and start hunting a Communist conspiracy.

for classes and do homework after classes for Let's be serious. A college humor magazine Is
have heard many comments, both pro and con, from our future classes. We study. And when we want just that--a humor magazine. It is not an official

readers since endorsing Lyndon Johnson for the U.s. Presidencyon relaxation and rest, we look for humor,pleasure, stand on the purpose and activities of college

these pages. amusement, and, In effect, happiness.We students. Just because the Peel makes a joke
We welcome all such comments, but would prefer that they be have textbooks to read for knowledge, about drinking, doesn't mean I will, or do get,
written as letters-to-the-edltor, rather than only verbal assaultsto cultural and literary magazines and books to smashed. If the Peel wrote a criticism of the

the editors. We would like to share our black eyes with the rest read for Improvement of our selves, and no Administration, I will not throw a rotten egg at

of the student body.TODAY'S campus magazine for amusement. The singleman Dr. Reitz. And it doesn't mean that these things

,ii1 1 1mjij jiji 1i1i 1i1 jiji1 jiji 1 1 1 1 1r11 1 j11mjmtjr11 1 1 t1 1 1 It t the separate man, the one Individual out would occupy the majority of my thoughts. I have
ifj 1 1 1 1 mm1 1 1 \ 1 j\1tmjr\ of 15,000 or so students, enjoys it when something other things to learn. Perhaps certain other

bigger than himself voices his own complaints.And people could too?
then the Administration doesn't like it when Steve Cook

"What can idle laws avail in the absence of morals?" CLYDE 1
Horace Help Stamp Out ProgressDON I

The FloridaALLIGATOR GROOMS Clyde Hope, will run against Johnson for the

ColumnistI've presidency in November.At .
this point we probably should give a little

background on Clyde Hope, since he's going to
been asked to say a few words about be the next President of the U.s.A.
Served by United Press International
CLYDE, an organization formed during the Clyde was Dorn to poor but ambitious parentsin

Editor ........ .... ...................,. .......Walker Lundy summer to help stamp out progress. a depressed area of Miami In 1938. His
Managing Editor .. .. ....... .... .. .. ... .. ..Joel Gaston Considering that the membership up to now father was constantly in trouble because of poor

Executive Editor .................;....... ......Ron Spence r has been composed of summer soldiers and sun- business sense--he bought stock in the Tucker
Assistant Managing Editor ............. ........Benny Cason shine patriots, CLYDE'S noble work has gone Car Company, threw his support to Adolph Hitler

Assistant Managing Editor .............. .......Dave Berkowitz forward quite smoothly in 1939 then withdrew to support Wendell Wilkle.
Editorial Page Editor ... ... ......... ..........Jim HammockS For Instance, our riot In Harlem After reading Uncle Tom's Cabin, Mr. Hope
lasted about three days and
Editor .......... .. .. ................ .....Glenn Laney gaveus bought a slave ship, loaded It with an African
City Editor ........... ......... ....... .. ... ...skip Havlser a wonderful opportunity to steal tribe and started for New York. The ship went
merchandise. The
Campus Living Editor ................... ....Jackle Cornelius committee aground off Staten Island and the liberated cap
in charge of starting riots assuredme
lives sold the boat for $24 and bought the
that the N.Y. riot
was startedto
Edltc-rbl Assistants -- Steve Vaughn. TovaLevine.JimC.utello, Island of Harlem.
Ann Carter, Don Federman., trnle; Lltz (Circulation Manager). let CLYDE. members d steal printing Clyde Hope resolved that he would not follow
materials so they could set up uroom in his father's footsteps. He came to the Uni-

Reporter Ed Barber (Tigert Hall Deal Chief), Patti Pltz their own newspaper in competition with the versity of Florida where he was destined to makea
Alligator. All they got though was a bunch of color
(Student Government Beat Chief), Frank Shepherd, Eunice Tall, name for himself.He .
TV sets which were sold for $6 each to shut-ins.
Cynthia Tuns tall, Sue Haugsted, Agnes Fowles, Bob Deloach, became the UF's first perpetual lUC,
Probably most rewarding achievement of
Fran Solder, George Mlms, Ernie Lila, Sheldon Clment, Gerald having successfully maintained an average of
CLYDE In recent weeks
Jones, Bill Sadowski, Donal Decker, Joan Gaston, Dan Mowbray, was the steering of 0.95 for 16 semesters. He then falsified his record -
Hurricane Dora toward St.
Augustine.A .
Judy Knight, Ami Saperstein, Edwin Brownrlgg, Evan Langbeln, and moved on to bigger and better things.It .

Joe Waldorf, Steve Keating, Yvett Cardozo, Greg Seltz, John group of discontented students who failed to was Clyde who was responsible for the

Medlein, John McDonough, Holly Howard, David Kennedy Chris get arrested in the Ancient City earlier this year, proverb: ABANDON HOPE ALL YE WHO ENTER
Hundley, Thelma Mossman, Harold Aldrich, Marjorie Guen, voted to work with CLYDE in stirring up a high HERE. Clyde had become notorious for using

Hall Cain, Pam Brown, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Vincent Schaefer, pressure area north of the storm, thus pushing friendly chicanery and to accomplish
M>rY Berlaasteln, William Doe, Richard Ryckaert, Dick Dennis, It right smack down on St. Augustine. his somewhat dubious ends. For this reason, the
Lee AJu.. er Jim Claxton, Jo McNltt. Being sunshine soldiers, however, the group abandon
faculty and student encouraged to
body were
stopped its efforts Just short of him.
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper of the hallmarks of CLYDE--and allowed the
In the next edition of this column we will give
of the University of Florida and la published five times weekly storm to move northward and strike Jacksonville.
some further organization:
except during May, June and July when It Is published semi- Nobody objected though, except Lyndon Johnson, and our glorious background on our
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The because nobody likes Jacksonville anyway. leader.
The held In
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. Speaking of Lyndon Johnson, his days in the White the weekly meeting of CLYDE will be
The Alligator Is entered as second class matter at the United House are numbered.It regular place, and the subject for discussion
will be "How Football
States Post Office at Gainesville. has been learned that the founder of CLYDE, Game." to Disrupt the SMU-UF



f 1

I Student Housing Scarce GOD BLESS THE STUDENTS

Off campus housing Is "the are on reserve. When the list comprehensive WelcomeBack
scarcest In years" according to Opp attributes the housing short- survey of off campus facilities was
Carl Opp head of Off Campus age to an Increase In community made In 1961 It was estimated that

Housing. growth taking many spaces ordi- there were over 3,200 off campus
It is virtually Impossible to finda narily available to students,a hefty spaces within walking distance of
house or apartment within walk- Increase In UF enrollment,and the the campus with another 3,000
Ing distance of the campus.As fact that over 200 apartments plan- spaces Inconveniently located and .:
of last week the only avail- ned for construction this summer requiring cars or other means of
abilities were two double rooms or were never started for financial transportation to the campus. K.C. Strip Steak
one single. All apartments are reasons. Although the figures have undoubtedly -

rented and many. now being built _. Increased since then, LARGE X-LARGE
-- -- MEDIUM
housing became extremely scarce
last June. Opp recommended that 1 1.45 L 1 "5 2.15
I UF Cuban Population RisesThirtyseven anyone who plans to apply for hous-
ing to apply early. London Broil Steak
new Cuban stu- information on conditions in Cuba "We have not yet had to refuse

dents, mostly graduates of Flori- under Fidel Castro. anyone who has applied at a reasonable SERVED WITH
da's high schools and Junior col- Farris said that during the last time," he said. FRENCH FRIES BOWL OF CHOPPED SALAD
have registered at the UF few months a few Cuban students Many who applied In July and
leges this fall., who have close relatives in Cuba August of the past summer found LOADS OF HOT ROLLS AND BUTTER

This brings UF's Cuban student have been instrumental In helping that It was too late to obtain $1.10LARRY'S
population to almost 200. them come to the U. S. via Mexico housing for the fall trimester.The .
According to Col. Glenn A. and Spain. only requirement for hous-
Farris, Foreign Student Advisor, The Cuban students realize the ing Is that the landlord and student WONDERHOUSE
the Cubans have been active at advantages of an education and agree to the terms of the contract.The .
they are anxious to prepare them- student must be above the
the UF. 14 S.W. First St. (Behind Sears)
Last year, Cuban students organized selves for financial Independenceand freshman level or over 21.
the Cuban Revolutionary service to the United Statesor Opp has been with the housing 10:30 a.m.8 p.m.
Committee, which aims to quietly to "free Cuba" when the opportunity department since 1939 and head of
provide to other students factual presents Itself. Off Campus Housing since 1955.


I SG Finances MURPHY'S Complete Line of

Dorm PartiesStudent

government eight Gator-hops(SG) this willcosponsor tcinTh OFRtF fUPPUFfFOR

trimester at Graham, Hume, Bro-

ward, and Jennings halls accordingto --II- ALL HOME OR BUSINESS NEEDS
Drew Haslett, secretary of

student affairs.SG THE EONnITE 1111th STOLE
will use left over funds to
supply entertainment for dorm SALE STARTS MONDAYSteel
dances which would ordinarily be -

beyond the resources of the dorms.In .

return, the dormitory councils I Filing Cabinets and Boxes for Home or Office
will supply refreshments and pub-
licity, and not charge for admIs- e IH...ry ts
sion.Haslett I St..1 si'a'
said that the money I
available for the hops, Just over I
$2,000, was appropriated two years I
ago under Paul Hendrick's admin- I I
istration, but for some reason it I,

was never spent. CANCELLED
Fred Hedstrom, chairman of the Fill
dance program, is coordinating the .' e 10la IOIU r RESISTANT
program with the dormitory coun- IJ.88 SECURITY CHEST
cils. The first hop is scheduled for 2 '2.95 I
Friday night at 8:30 In the Broward e I -r, 1 I 9 x 41/' Inch Elactrlcatly welded 10.88 U

Hall recreation room. The with Indei: die heavy gauge steel
Zodiacs, a local band, will supply GIANT PERSONAL FILE s Heavy Jf.tlI.! y vldar.I Holds with asbestos filled Inter
1500 lining.; '/ 112>t8tinchs:
live music. 10 r 10 r 12Vr $11.95 ffl f!s I dZw: :: over clucks. s luggage.type handles on

inch:heavy steel, Ufila s L oc kind k.y. 4.? tech side.. Top lock and key. '.

folders lock, key. f ................................... WY
Graham ................ -... ........


Radio StationGraham f A '

S888 cI Heavy motel J.t( ,..
14 wide
area has announced die high,
plans for its own radio station-- l2'/JIltxO.' I ; c $1711top and
sans a name for the time being. for pr. s 3 ., cabinet opens; filo
s lot.
Because it covers such a small tonal file spate; fila s folders
area it will not need a licenseand fold I an Included. Ca torn of cabinet has three graduated
a name will be decided on Cabinet has sh.lf; t sixes of file drawers with door on front.
in a contest sometime this tri- door and lid have Cabinet; top and drawer hive separatokeys.

mester.According. separate keys. Conceited casters.
to the director of t' CONCEALED
the Communications Committee, 1 f .....CASTERS..........-...................
Pat Grumbar, the idea for the ................. +Tr
24 4I
station was taken from a smaller ,..." tI... ..
Plan tried In the Murphree area 'it ,.." ..H,
about This station (IAI)
one year ago. '
will be somewhat larger, covering 1 : l-DRAWER lock ,.......,.
three dorms: Simpson, Trussler with cam "It,
and Graham. <; 11088 Heavy '
Simpson's ground floor will hold '4 A a gauge I METAL
the actual transmitter and station furniture steel; aluminum s FILES
but it finished hard ... ,,. .
(the station) will run throughthe a L
,.. Strong durable .
electrical currents Graham. w. '. .l. "
C-5, mood and light music willmake ;reinforced cone C! 'l:,. : ... sN any., ttH t.uKir1'xr s
o struciion. Nylon rotart iI. .
up most of the program along ..
( throughout.IB .' i ..'l
with local news according to Grum- :
bar. The broadcasting hours have ) 4 DKAWCKS $27J7 .:., =
.k.k, .Utit 1 eVe-m.
Mm '
not been set but it Is hoped that .
they nirhL will be from 7 p. m.mid- .. : $188

Volunteer announcers will divide
the time equally so that no strain 11dKitpp 11ii&t-
is put on any one announcer in
connection with studies
There Is no positive date as to Sixth Street -
when broadcasting begin.


Page 6, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1964


I For SaleCOLT I I[_Help WantedPARTTIME I I Real EstateFOR J ATTENTIONto students and all

Buntline .22; $65: .22 Rev.; Employment. Applyat SALE-Lovely,contemporaryhome University personnel.We .
$25: .357 mag.; $65: .25 Auto; Tony's Pizza,1308 W.University 2 blocks from campus in employ two full
$25. Phone 372-6178. (A-6-2t-p). Avenue.(E-6-lt-c). Southwest section. Cypress family
room; imported shutters. Fiber- time experienced
1964 HONDA 150. Excellent con- PART TIME Delivery Boy wanted. glass screened verandas. M.iple mechanics. If you
dltton.' $425: See at Shady Nook Car necessary. $1.25 per hour. parquet; tiled baths, skylights.
Trailer Park. 3010 S. W. Apply Louis Seafare, 309 W.13th Glass walls overlooking ravine. are having car
34th Street. Off Archer Road. (A- Street.(E-6-lt-c). Easily converted into two apart- CUE STICK BILLIARDS troubles of any kind,
6-3t-c). ments if desired. ideal
Especially 905 N. Main JUST CALL US. .
A PIANO PLAYER is needed to for couples, nurses: and single FR 6-8223
NSU Motorcycle. 300 cc, 1961 In accompany the P.K. Yonge Lab professors. Call p.m. for appoint- Food Fair Shopping Center
top shape. Contact Larry Silver- School Chorus for one hour a day. ment. FR 2-0328.(I-5-6t-p). Gators & GirlsWELCOME 1311 NW 5th Avenue
berg, Pi Lambda Phi House, 15 2:15 to 3:10. There Is money In- GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
Fraternity Row. (A-6-tf-c). volved. If Interested call Ed
Carwlthen, 6-2541 or 6-0197. (E- I AutosMUST .1
MOBILE HOME 1962 Wolverine 6-3t-c).
. 10x50, high and dry, like new. UniiidRintRFNT -
$2500, or equity and take up EXPERIENCED Bartender male or SELL 1964 Conrair Monza.
payments. 3620 SW Archer RoadVillage female part time or full time. (Radio, Automatic transmission & ,. WE : MOST ANYTH/M& ." ,
lot 26. Phone 378-2049. Apply, in person Party Package factory air-conditioning.) Still
(A-6-5t-p). Store. 4005 N.W. 13th Street. 7 under new car warranty. Call 376- Now You Can Rent If
I a.m. to 11 p.m. (E-6-3t-c). 0794. (G-6-5t-p). SANDING MACHINES' WALLPAPERING EQUIPMENT
orthonophonlc walnut console like STUDENTS Wanted both male and 1961 VOLKSWAGEN. New engine, TOOLS EQUIPMENT
new. Call 376-4054. (A-5-2t-nc). condition. Call 372-1369 after
female to work In serving lines. good TOOLS BABY EQUIPMENT AND BEDS
Apply Long's Cafeteria, 313 W. !5 5 p.m. (G-5-3t-c). LOADING TOOLS INVALID NEEDS

I For Rent 1 1Z 1960 CORVAIR, Good condition. 625 N.W. 8th Ave. OR CALL: FR 6-2635
POSITIONS open in Gainesville Economical three speed trans-
Boys Club In Wood Shop, Crafts, mission. Need cash $575. Call
BEDROOM, 2 Bath home. physical, Games Room, John Taylor 376-9204. (G-3-5t-p).
Beautiful wooded lot with 100 ft. Registration. Afternoons Valuable Gift
on Lake Cowpens. $85 to qualified Saturdays. Call Mr. Dobbs, FR
tenant. Call 372-7658. (B-6-3t-c). 2-5341. (E-l-tf-c).

EIGHT ROOM Unfurnished house. NEEDED 1/2 time secretary II For UF
Eight miles from the center of in Elementary Education office. Guys
Gainesville. Stove and refrigerator Shorthand 90 words per min.
included. Family prefered. $75 Typing 50 words per min. Call
per month. Call 2-0243 after 5. Ext. 2120 Mrs.Graham.(E-5-5t-c).
(B-5-tf-nc). '
MOBILE HOME Space. Progress 21. Apply 1222 W. University Ave., t :t"; id
Mobile Home Park. 6 miles North G Gatehouse Restaurant.E53tc). : .
U.S. 441. Phone 462-1660. Charles
Norris, Manager. (B-l-9t-c).
I Lost & Found I .

I Wanted ]
FOUND Ladles wrist watch near
Fla. Gym. Owner may claim upon
identification and payment of Ad.
2 MALE Roomates wanted to sharea Bill Luecklng, 847 South Hall.
new 4 bedroom, nicely turn (L-6-3t-c).
house with 2 other roommates.Rent .
$36 per month. 707 N.W. NtCampus
8th Place. Call 2-0958/C-6-lt-p). I Services ] .

MALE Roomate needed to share Sri
expenses In modern apt. 4 blocks IRONING done In home. 1515 SE
from campus.. Call 378-2185.(C- 13th Place, Lincoln Estates. Call
6-2t-p). FR6-2918.M-6-2t-c).

WANTED 2 tins to share houseat EXPERIENCED White housewife sM Pac
218 NW 19th Lane. Call Jennyat desires days work. Will sew,cook,
6-4806. (C-6-3t-c). and clean house.References avail
able. Write to S. Kosslan, Rt. 2, Univ. Extension 2832, THE MOST PRACTICAL ASSORTMENT OF
WANTED 1950 thru 1954 Fords
Box 341FGalnesville.M-3-5t-c).
Room 14 Fla. Union
and Chevrolets. Al Herndon's or FINE, NATIONALLY ADVERTISED PRO -

Service Station, 916 S. E. 4th FREE Budget book INSURED DUCTS-COURTESY OF THESE FAMOUS
Street.(C-5-20t-c). Savings information for married Nf N.eltrl1N MANUFACTURERS.
couples. No obligation. Phone 376-
WANTED Sales Manager for 9783 between 1 and 4 p.m.
Student Publications. Studying (M-l-lot-c). YMIATA1
accounting with 6 hours minimumto 1400 N..M..1..I'SJO iR 1101 t FreeWITH
date. This Is a trainee position WILL CARE FOR A child 3 yearsor ,
leading to the position of business older in my home. Nice fencedin : Now I 3 Color Hits I
manager of Student Publications.Pay yard and meals served.
6:45show 7:15
is $10.00 per week for sales Reasonable rates. Call FR 2-6623. open
manager Job. Apply student, (M-2-tf-nc). see 2 late as 8:55at JUST A 50 publications office In the Florida 8:55 only

3'TffIcI THRU WED. r.rJ ANGIE H DICKINSON "Dollars forScholars"

MUIi c.o.,... m two




Directed by Roman-lIT PoUnskl 3rd hit at 10:30 campus (just across from The Hub)

A IWIA.'M/ *
...and their new loves I Dick Van Dyke 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
At 1 1,3,5,7,9 BYE BYE BIRDIE


Sept. 15, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7 ..-

olk Tno; Heads Lyceum lineup


e Chad Mitchell Trio, thect More widespread publicity 1 Is on its present scale, and occasion ing expenses such as stamps and Lyceum Council Pres. Barry

[ from Broadway production planned for this year's events, ally students are asked to pay an telephone calls. Diamond summed up the philosophy -
I-Beyond the Fringe 1964," andis and the Council is working to
additional amount for a special borne artists will only of the Council."Our
|is Goldovsky's production" of establish closer contact between event. In addition to these funds, with a guarantee and it is to to provide a service to the

's "La Boheme, head the artists and audiences. A move other sums are collected when the achieve a full and legal contract students and we are not obligatedto

jup of attractions slated for Ly- calling for free late permits is also Council sells extra tickets to tne that students are required to spend provide more than the budget

|m Council presentation In 1964. in the working. residents of Gainesville. extra amounts for their tickets.All will allow. If additional servicesare

Council Include art- that receivedby offered, the students have: an
events Included in the expenses proceeds are
There will be no reserved ists' fees the Council used to obligation to share the additionalcost
Indar return engagement use of facilities ticket are help
are a sections in the University Audi- said.
printing and all finance future engagements. ,
Ferrante and Teicher and the torium, and all seats will go on publicity operat-

lanai Players' productions ofLet sale on a first-come first-serve

and Twelfth Night. basis. For functions
held in the
Florida Gym a reserved section I
lthough big name attractions will apply for eating.Season ticketsto Foreign Grants Ready

Itinue as in the past many Gainesville residents have been
are occurring both in-
Inges discontinued.A .
Uy and outwardly in Lyceum

[Dell operations. fixed crew of ushers, trainedin Applicants for social work must academic year of study or The grants are sponsored by the

an orientation program, will also have at least two years of research. Joint U.S.Other U. S. Department of State's

urine the summer, in a move work at each presentation.The professional experience after Government Grants are offered by educational exchange program .

I lessen the political air around Lyceum Council is financed receiving the Master of Social both the U. S. Government authorized by the FulbrlghtHaysAct. "

[uncll membership, Its charters through a student government subsidy Work degree. (provides travel) and a foreign I

[ ammended and approved by The subsidy is part of each Selections will be made on the government (provides tuition and Application forms and Information -

Legislative Council. New re- student's activity fee and amountsto basis of academic and/or maintenance). for Interested UF students

jirements call for more ex- about $1.70 for two trimesters.It professional record the appli- On Travel-Only Grants, the U.s. may be obtained from foreign
Irlenced members and officerso cants' proposed study plan and provides a supplementary travel student advisor Col. Glenn A.

have previously served on the is virtually Impossible for the personal qualifications. stipend for a maintenance, and Farris at the International Center

I uncll. Council to operate with this amount Preference will be given to candi- tuition scholarship awarded by a near Grove Hall.

dates who have not previously lived university, private donor or The deadline for filing appli-

or studied abroad and who are foreign government. cations is October 26.Qualifications .
Asks Horne to
Group Resign under 35.There Additional grants for study in for the

are three types of grants Latin America during the year fellowships are: U.S. citizenship,

! TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Florida Young Democrats Monday charged available under the Fulbrlght-Hays 1965-60 will also be available.The bachelor's degree by the beginning

hat House Speaker Mallory Horne is embarrassing his party by Act: U.S. Government FullGrants, aim of the Fulbrlght-Hays date of the grant language proficiency -

[ampaignlng for Republican Barry Goldwater and should resign, Join U.S. Other Government awards Is to increase mutual commensurate with the

orne refused."I Grants, and U.s. Government understanding between people of proposed project, and good health.

do not reserve to the executive committee of the Young Democratse Travel-Only Grants. the U.S., and other countries

right to be my conscience," Horne said. Each Full Grant provides roundtrip through the exchange of persons,
transportation tuition, knowledge and skills. More than
The Democratic house leader, a Tallahassee attorney who Is Barry SpeaksOn
maintenance and health and 12,000 American graduate students
-chairman of "Volunteers for Goldwater, makes a whirl-wind
accident Insurance for one have participated on this program
top at Tampa International Airport Tuesday.
since its inception In 1948-49.

More than 900 study, researchor TelevisionWASHINGTON

Mixed Dorms teaching grants to foreign

countries are now available for the

academic year 1963-60 to graduate (UPI) Republican -
twig says: Big AttractionAt students. presidential nominee BarryM.

Goldwater said Monday he l.

"preoccupied with war"as some of
GrahamStudents Fulbright SlapsAt his critics contend.

I'' The Arizona senator went on
return more often to
Goldwater television to promise that, if '9
Graham Area than to any other area
,}. elected, he would seek "peace
on campus reported John Saylor,
through strength He said he
Graham resident assistant.The WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. J.
would not permit a loss of peace
William Fulbright, D Ark.,
Graham experiment in coed and freedom in America because
charged Monday that the electionof
dorm life, now in Its second year Sea Barry M.Goldwater"wouldalmost "wo lack will, weapons or
of existence, is a definite successas leadership."
certainly mean four yearsof
far as resident assistants John and Increased
rising animosity
Saylor and Judy Pope are con- violence between Negroes and Goldwater's five-minute, paid
cerned. announcement was broadcast by
whites. the Columbia Broadcasting System
"Morale is higher, dress is Fulbright also said the GOP (CDS) and shown by 200 televisionstations
neater the noise level has presidential nominee "has one '
even across the country. It
gone down" said Saylor whose claim to the votes of southerners: was the first of a series of taped

ct15in residence in Graham area dates The fact that he voted against the political messages by the Repub-

: back to pre-coed days. civil rights act. lican candidate.
"It is a very poor claim
"Men don't come down to the Indeed the Arkansas Democrattold
The senator spent most of the
lobby shirtless and women wouldn'tdream
the Senate in his fourth attackin
of sneaking off the floorsin recent days on Goldwater'spolicies. day at his campaign headquarters
before leaving Tuesday on an li
curlers added Miss Pope. .
tate tour of the South.
and students Fulbright, chairman of the
Resident assistants
fm sumptuously situate at one agreed that coed living helped solve Senate Foreign Relations lie conferred with advisers,cave
Committee, devoted his first three
avenue > one campus wide problem--how to a pep talk to campaign workers,
three university
one one west speeches to attacking the Arizona
get the opposite sex to a dorm and spent three hours at a television -
(better known as the rustic party. With the prospect of a 10- Republican on foreign policy. He studio making film of his
told the Senate Monday that the
block hike home alter parties life story
UP block off C(1111J1115)do dissolved, students are less nation might survive Goldwater's
shoppe one
Informal dorm domestic policies "but it would be
reluctant to attend
,in and acquainted get-togethers subjected, I think, to something Goldwater said one of his major
come gel
between stagnation and general concerns has been the military

meander up and down' our ear The recreation room is almost physical and moral deterioration. security of the nation.

always filled and enthusiasm for The Arkansas Democrat, who

ly american Aisles enjoy the major parties is greater. also opposed the civil fights act, "Some distort this proper ..
"Last year the girls were a aimed much of his speech at the concern to make it appear that
most relaxed atmosphere bit skeptical because of the new- South, where Goldwater becausehe we are preoccupied with war," he

ness," Miss Pope said, "but this voted against civil rights is said "There Is no greater poli-
(ice love browsers!). year everyone has Joined in." an "appeal to spite and Its pro- tical lie. We are preoccupied with

what ilse Is futility." peace."
on campus you know you Although some students feel the _. -

leant- and we've got It! if it's new, long cafeteria walk is to a the major Hub and problem main, Picture Sale Begins Today ".. .

if it's "in" it's twig. they have a shopping center of

their own. This Includes a cafeteria Any student tired of staring at from 1-9 p.m. In the Social Room

fm a touch, of ",,,rr'Ollll . library, Trt Shop and, by tour blank walls la his room has of the Florida Union.

the middle of the trimester a the opportunity to purchase some
and casual clothes are my forte. radio station.
colorful pictures at the Florida Prints rang in price from $1

see ya soon, But no matter what students Union print snle. to SJ." and frames are $1.50*

have to say about the long hikes, The sale, sponsored by the Fine $5. More than 300 different prints

twig they don't seem to mind lithe other Arts Committee of the Florida are offered, Including works'by

sex Is nearby. Union, will be held today Van Gogh Utrlllo Picasso and

f through Friday, September 11, Renoir.Tuesday .


"' Page 8, The Florida Alligator Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1964 IN, THE WHIRLPOOL. .

J"ck Card No Angel, a0 0BRUCE

Hits Like The Devil DUDLEY

Assistant Sports Editor

His coach may call him "Choir nicknamed him, like a choir boy. some of the Florida fans, but not The Florida' Gators will lose to Hurricane Dora and not Southern

Boy," but to his opponents this Perhaps Coach Graves best as much as his tackling shocks ball Methodist University (SMU) If they drop the season opener Saturday.
fall Jack Card will be anythingbut sums Card up when he says, "His carriers. The secret of Card's Hurricane Dora washed four "vital days" out of the Gators'
angelic. number Is somewhat of a gimmick, success Is his quickness and his practice schedule last week, according to Coach Ray Graves.
Thus far this season, the pub- but he Isn't. His size will shock ability to quickly diagnose plays." The Bull Gator has reported again and again that the morale of
licity given Card's size ((5-feet, this UF squad is better than any he has coached at Florida, but they
6-lnches and 167 Ibs.) and his still can't win if they're not In condition.
jersey number (1)) have 'f,,!, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of last week the Gators workedout
overshadowed his considerable in the gym, but as Graves puts it, "You can't play football in
talents. It is doubtful whether they a "
d ''eV gym.
will continue to do so. & Saturday the players finally got outside for a scrimmage game,
As far back as he can remember, ( : but they still couldn't play any football. "When you play In this
Card has always been interestedIn kind of weather, It's a different kind of game and not football,"
football. He played on Boys x Graves said.Graves .
Club teams from the" fourth grade termed the whole scrimmage "sloppy", and was visibly
I .. to 10th grade. As sophomore In worried about the condition of his squad as the mudders left the
high school, Card had reached his L practice field. The head coach reported that the Gators were just j
full stature (5-feet, 6-inches) and reaching the peak of their conditioning when Dora struck. "This was .!...
weighed 135 Ibs. Upon,graduation, j going to be our big week."
he weighed 160 Ibs. Whether the lack of contact work and the fact that the Gators
As a linebacker at Baylor Prep missed working on their passing game for four days will make a
School in Chatanooga, Tenn., Card 1 fi serious difference when the Gators meet Hayden Fry's Mustangs Is
was voted the most outstanding 4 w hard to forecast.
player on the team. He continuedhis 4 However, the only way weather could be of advantage is If Saturday's
fine play last year as a Baby t .. contest is played in a downpour; and Coach Ray Graves doesn't wantIt
Gator when he was named the most' that way.

outstanding lineman in the Florida "No, I never want it to rain," said the head coach, when askedif
Miami game. In that contest, he he wished it would rain for the SMU game. "It doesn't prove
made 17 tackles. anything if you play in the rain."
This year as a sophomore, he It is commendable for Graves to think this way. But his unconditionedteam
has made a strong bid for a starting will have more than the weather to face when the Mustangs
berth at linebacker. He admits he
Invade Florida Field.
takes a lot of kidding about his Versatile quarterback Danny Thomas will be the Gators largest
size from his fellow teamates, obstacle Saturday. Thomas, the nation's top punter last year with a
but quickly adds it doesn't bother 44-yard average, Is a calm operator who favors the pass.
him.When Looking at the other side of the story, the Gators aren't the only
asked how it feels to be ones worried about Saturday's duel whether it be In the sun or rain.

playing against men who outweighhim To keep up on the Mustangs,the sports publicity departmentiubscribed
by 50 to 100 Ibs., Card said, SMALL, LARGE of Fighting Gators are represented by to the Dallas Times Herald. Little good It did them. The last two

"It doesn't bother me as much as "Choir Boy" Jack Card left, and veteran tackle Dennis weeks the Dallas paper has arrived in Gainesville minus the sports
you would think. You take punish-
ment, but you give it out too." Murphy. Card is 5 foot 6 and 168 pounds, while Murphy 1 section.It seems. that somebody in Texas Is worried. about the Gators,

In contrast to his intense tips scales at 6 foot 2 and 250 pounds. (Photo by Nick and well they might be. The Gators should take all Saturday by
competivenesfl, he looks, as
unconditioned.BOOTS .
) one TD either conditioned or
defensive coach Gene Ellenson Arroyo

South Carolina Rebuilding,

-j f '
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Face Gators In Homecoming Tilt (

South Carolina was plagued with gained 1,401 yards total offense.
DAVE BERKOWITZ injuries to key players and poor Things are looking up for Reevesas
Assistant Managing Editor ball handling. In the opener last he spent the spring without
season they gave up the ball six injury, rushing 168 yards In the r

There Is only one way for the times on fumbles, pass Intercep- final Intra-squad game. 1
South Carolina Gamecocks football tions and a second half kickoff Junior Jim Rogers, with a sea- H ,
violation.An son of experience and Ted
fortunes to go this season--up.
Wingard, a sophomore, give South
Carolina added depth behind HATS
The Gamecocks managed Just
one win in 1963 and finished witha early season injury to Deacon Reeves. Coach Marvin Bass will .
1-81 record. Five of the defeats Dan Reeves, mainstay of the team, start an -senior lettermanback-
however, came with margins had an adverse affect on the entire field of Reeves, fullback Pete Di- .
squad. As a sophomore ReevesCarmanella's Venere and halfbacks Marty Rosen
of less than a touchdown.
and Larry Gill.
Others who figure prominentlyIn
Grid ContestThis Bass' backfield plans include
Phil Branson, junior transfer from
Is the first time this season for the Carmanella Grl Kentucky; Bob Cole,6-3,231,- Ron-
contest. The rules are about the same. Whoever picks the most nie Lamb, 6-2,215; Buster Kim-
winners of the following grid contests wins dinner for two at brell and Bobby Bryant. Kimbrell I
Carmanella's Garden of Eating. and Tryant are sophomores.The .
One change has been made. Our contest helped the owner's, Gamecocks sport a big
Mr. DeProspero, business so much he can't cater to our winners beefy line. Len Sears, 6-5,235,
i Friday through Sunday nights. However he Is ready to serve the and Steve Cox, 6-4, 250, are two
winners during the rest of the week. of the biggest tackles in college
All of last years winners are eligible for this season's contest. football. Two more players of good
Entries are to be in our hands no later than 11:00: p.m. Friday size and experience hold down
the guard spots. They are Jim
Good guessing. Johnson, 6-3, 230, and Ed Hert-
wig, 63220. Both are seniors. ft7flL{ []
Air Forcer Washington- Junior John Linder, 6-2, 215,
i Florida State"at i Miami is the only experienced center,
Navy at Penn State but right behind him Is flrey red-
Washington State Stanford headed Mike Johnson at 6-3, 220.J. .
a Mississippi State-_ at Texas Tech- R. Wllburn, Doug Senter and
h'' Missouri at California John Breenden are letterman ends.
T.C.U.- Kansas Despite last year's showing,experience Gainesville
Duke -at South Carolina In the school of hard
Syracuse at Boston College knocks should give the Gamecocksa
Kansas State- at Wisconsin much better record and a chanceto Stockman

play spooler in the Atlantic -
t TIE BREAKER Coast Conference. Supply Co.
4 Pick The Score South Carolina will assume the

M same sort of position taken by At the Gainesville Livestock Market
4 S.M.U._ at Florida_ Richmond last year, when It meets
Florida In GalnesTllle Oct. 17. 5001 N.W. 13th St.


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Reitz ED 6ARB16 I it H I I iltIp;LL'f. the niulr 'it "II Iit t Unconcerned StoH W .I I ]I.,' EE S I hr > i I By Burns I,' alI P nko Charge I .~I! l l ' ' s ' t .'I .n The Florida Vol. 57, No. 6 Gladys As Ethel -T Universitxof Fl TEDEIP SOUVNS5 Gains ori do, FINEST r Dies Gometvv le COLLEGE rue'sday, rept. 15, 1964 DAILY' n haS liurricine ladys built up winds of 90 mi1,s prt loll' l It. as her sisters, I or.' and E the! Atlantic. Gladys wis season which Gator Elect I maternity 1'arty elected the seventh has ai r cdy stoim wIon f Party Head 'Tmmbrs of GaCr Mike flolllingsworth (S A?) is party chuirmi n I rmeetirg at the Tlwta (hi house sun ay might. of dependent Icader' was IDrew Several c~nuttt were appointed nwella ih l e s Plumb to wrVe Is party tretsiirer. Prrpi ratkins art' bling made for the canmpiigti on lwh. f of U ator Party rindidates for thiirty legislative Council sets when the a p0% t ions go or, hebllot OrIoe Flou IngswOrthi Is urit i ywr vos is Secitar 'I of I In,nce 0Oh the pr.s.dent's cabinet. In his~ opening reim rkt iftir his welection ie srmphassved the part's minority si ttj, in the I* ('ouniil. II iciet ulsc wrny oil the pr.,dnt' stbrnct as Se' itrt of Student Artistlr'. Also'speakInlf' at I rea. enth ladt ha meeting, he tivatron of the usinm to which year's (,4oi P Final clied for p spirit and vi. t, rdiv tbl.e themnwrves cut 'i thu Nopr th and fmuh i mnor, thin hurrhcp., of lip IW4 .1 hmlf-byLjloni loliars JndIlLs ImIsNly from the Giajy' ws (penteredI t f ST yestid.y bhpul ;Go mInlts edt of P,,.rto hilcI mO ing toward the west -nor h We't It hlut 1$ m.p.h. I ore.isters s. it thor, wa tigod (h.inWe ladyds might tuin to th. rnoT thbest in Ih. next 24 hour',. wih iglit wids of 65utph. wI h. king [Li ast of ( ipt ( oi, in the town of I I;. U k, travel wni possible ory Iv h it. The water Ith a dis app. rnd Pumnps to drawn worst is S uwre I F top 265 whl, wni tcown, "0 de p ar k red whie Svirti epin Iiir CIn the lioU sr uat like, had somlhl places iteris hid tuiil sheet s. wri nder lbting it tip ii ii +ffort roff thei w Iei, bumt th.e V.1 to t om. Athtn the stilt I of M; South. Ne wrounilanid, strengths nipidly. Budget Slated AGNES POWLER 54gfW WrlIes T1h 1964-65 StudecI~ovennt (SC) budget, Illocatlr4gnearly onehalf million dollars to be taken from the $113 gtudvnt actIvity fee, will be presented to Legislive uIn I m.i.h., Is' ol ( FLOO Alligator a soldier CONDITIONS pi c I eS -p 4"' in downtown Li lures brought bock yesterdcv by ooks into ve Oak ore IerreII AsbeF store window. Below, bles from flooding. mI iw th *.,i about ie*. Inc., It wis losirg OK Tonight it I, Iis hope that nrxt a, ar this ptOC@e. cmn take place durlnr Mjrrl, to pllow a full'" tell,latve ouricil to Lit ant I,'. prrsenh all nlb e%% i) stUjinil pIncome Is hbused onr i llru-ri V.O.T.E. li. s olte

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Jews Ce ebrate Finm CI Opens assics Today Holiest 0f Days TOVA Edi to al LEVINE A s% stort U ] trent, which will tevIn i ~umdit, tonight with kol NId re wer vi s at 7 in A iditorlixm. Services will beg In WclmoIrt ~ morning in, the Mediii C .riter Auditorium dt 9:30, wIth ER bbt Simeon Kobrinet, officialting, lLte theme of his s r mcn wlli h* "tCovering Our Sackcloths." Yomn Kippur is a fast day set aside for Jews throughout the world to reflect upon their pvUt deed, to scrutinize their lives trough prayer and Confession, and to ask forgiveness for sins commr~ittedt during the past year. J o sie re ther holiest d y o th referred to in the Bible as the "Sabbath of Sabbaths" ( ev.23.32). TnDay of Penitenc tht bega to lacw siri tnt ti to itr rhe R Ni, pr h i st lein hymli r>pettI liree tutu's oil th.' 111h4 In Yist Kippr. I epasr nultur ii inll I rgpenutanic uno rke trmie m i to no

Iwrc~IwT~~RIfllaTh.n. fl't~,. '~'rnsnnni \J0 N EDI T(DRIAL i V| I he hirwdllig if th t .Au t'UICe 'I i!,1. .tiitu }unI io bright star', this y'ii I h F Iortr i.1 I.i ver g p101111 41 'h. [. I1.' ITiese words were itteiti I b. h ,;.rnieI i I liii I I, I ri> Bryant, at hii, I pif,i-r .t we'k We wondKer if there Is *ny(JI] who' uoniaeirs Ii, terril,! stole that AIlled the n dtiii's ',*wspapers this paisl InI'''*r iotR evil .dnd bate in St. Augustiui. i ialt if I "brtght stir'' In I loril I. We wornder perijips I! mVOSI 11-1141rIlils hinsllI-r It I iIlIrh (il the usutily ni atuij w.y Iln whih our shr this IIIhi Its r iut ii problems. We wonder how rnIIny P or diti were Iisir.i ed by tihe W Ly thi local leaders rnd tire ''ot sljr s" theaveii IlriliL tlhcse troubilci days ins St. Augustine. A wireph'tu which riade lh. Tiriit pig*s (I most of the IMatlumI' pIaprN showed a liw rtfi ir lespinig into i swimmruing ipol to .irrest a "wade iii'' pasrtipipt. Mr. Covwrror, was that the 'bright stir'' cit which yvou 'pe k 'Or w Is it the 1a(1 that St. Augustine tourist Irjde, iisuaIy the city's lit.' blIrd, dropped off to nil during the tr-oulile l perhaps [hit Is the abrigt state" this year In lor-ida. Is Florida', "'bright stir'' F'roiupl ii Negroes .ll? whites stirini hate into each other's cyes across, tret limned with stat, hlghwiy patrolmen' Mr. ('ever nsor, a r. you se riuu We do not blame on. side any more thai' the other side for the abortion of humnan behAvior that 0'' urred this siummnIr IiSt. Augustine. TPh. racial situalo;, in that ancient city would he better today if thel rtegrationist.s htd acted mrer spns ibi y this summzpr. But the shameful way in which local oCliilals ti.inidledi the situation is Just is bad. We just thank (,'s that lordi slid not hlav. my more "bright stars"' like St. Augustine. We have heardi many tommtienits, b{,ti pro mnd r', Cruom tiur readers since endorsing L yndon Johnson for the I'.S. I residency on these pages. We welcome all such comments, but would prefer that they be written as tetters-to-the-editor, rather than only verbal assaults to the editors,. We would like to shirt our black eyes with the rest of tihe student body. TODAY'S QUOTE ( A. / ) J) I GOT It FOR BEING GOOD. LETTERu n Editor: Reference: '"New Orange Feel In AY be (in death bwnd." in the Wednesday All igitor. Poo. Mr. Webb said that "dirt intl drinking andbheir doesn't oc upy the majority of students thoughts and a publication that gives this idea is wrong.' Somehow, I've never thought or hadthe impression that the Orange Peel took the staod that drinking and dirt occupy the majority of our thoughts or time,. We are~ students who go to classes 5 and 6 days a week and sometimes evenings. We prepare for classes and do homework after classes for future classes. We study. And when we want relaxation and rest, we look for hunmor,pleasure, amusement, and, in effect, happiness. We have textbooks to read for knowledge, cultural and literary magazines and books to read for improvement of our selves, and no campus magazine for our amusement. The 'single mtn, the separate man, the one individual out of l5,000 or so students, enjoys it when something bigger thin himself voices his own compla ins. A ci then thi Admni s Ir it ici doesn't like it when Magazine? a democratic constitutional right Sex, drinking, and hell-raising call and ire (were) treated &s such The fact is (flow c(,ver your tars' enjoy reading this type of thing. IS pr)ti i. bi hmorn in Ire In [hit p But this doesn't mean that each of js 3lI! immediately run out, get drunk, raise hell in jump Into bed. Because we enjoy reding iot agent 009 (alIas James Bond) doesn't mi' ti P we will run to the nearest gun store, hb n beretta and start hunting a Communist tonspir es Let's tie serious. A college humor nmagunmn V just that --a humor magazine. It is not Ann 'nll stand on the purpose and activities of dilLe students. Just because thme Peel makes pilk. about drinking, doesn't mean I will, or d t smashed. If the Peel wrote a criticism Cf 4 Administration, I will not throw a rotten 01'a Dr. Relt?. And it doesn't mean that thew' thaii would occupy the majority of my thoughts, I h i other things to lear n. Perhaps certain a people could too' Steve x "'What can idle laws avail in the ,.bseuie of nmorats'" CLYDE Help Stamp Out Progress The e Florida ALLGATOTRI Served by United Press international Editor .Walker Lundy Managing Editor .Joel Gaston Exnoutive Editor .Ron spencer Assistant Managing Editor .Benny Cason Assistant Managing Editor .....Dave Berkowitz Editorial Pass Editor .Jimn Hammock Sorts Editor ......GlennLaney Campus Living Editor .JackleConelius Edikrf Assistant. -Steve Vaughn, Toys Levine. Jim 1 I -ello, Ann Carter, Don Federmmn, trnie Lit (Circulation Manager). Reporters -Ed Barber (Tigers Hall Beat Chf)O, Patti Pit (mande Government Beat Chief), Frank Shepherd, Eunice Tall, Cynthia Tmaatsll, Sue Haugsted, Agnes Fowles, Bob Deloach, Fran hider, George Mime, Ernie Lita, Sheldon Ciment, Gerald Jones, Bill hdowski, Donal Decker, Joan Gaston, Dan Mowbray, Judy Knight, Ant Saperstein, Edwin Brownrigg, Evan Larngbein, Jo. Waldorf, steve Keating, Yvett Cardolo, Greg Seith, John Madisin, Johs McDonough, Holly Howard, David Kennedy, Chris Hundky, 'Thelma Mossmnan, Harold Aldrich, Muiori. Guen, Nail Cain, Pan Brown, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Vincent Schaefer, Nubt BeriwpsteIn. Willknt Doe, Richard Ryck.rt, Dick Dennis, Lan Ale inm.r .Un Ck=m. is utMe DON GROOMS Column st I've twin asked to say a few words about CLYDE, an organization formed during the summer to help stamp out progress. (onmdstirtng that the membership up to now has been Comptised of summer soldiers and sunshine patriots, I YI)Fs noble work has gone forw ard quite smoothly. o-r instance, our riot in Harlem listed about three days and gave us a wonderful opportunity to steal me r ch andise. The committee charge of starting riots assured ~ t etCLYDE m brs seal printIng materIals 'o they could set up Grooms their own newspaper In competition with the Alligator. All they got though was a bunch of color TV sets which were sold for $6 each to shut-ins. Probably the most rewarding achievement of C'LYDE In recent weeks was the steering of Hiur ricarne Dora toward St. Augusttje. A group of discontented students who failed to get arrested in the Ancient City earlier this year, voted to work with CLYDE in stirring up high pressure area north of the storm, thus pushing it right smack down ott St. Augustine. Beint sunshine soldlors hnn.r ihaa -. Clyde Hope, will run against presidency in November. At this point we probably sI background on Clyde Hope, si be the next President of the U.S Johnson to' t should give a litib lice he's going ttj .A. C lyde was torn to poor but ambitiOus pirentI in a depressed area of Miami in 193H. Fib father was constantly In trouble becauSe of pxoor business sense--he bought stock in the Tuckkr Car Company, threw his support to Adolph Filt! In 1939 then withdrew to support Wendell WIlkh". After reading Uncle Tom's Cabin, Mr. FIOp bought a slave ship, loaded it with an Afrir if tribe and started for New York. The ship went aground off Staten Island and the liberated rip tives sold the boat for $24 aind bought th' island of Harlem. Clyde Hope resolved that hie would not loll,) in his father's footsteps, lie Came to the Ii nversity of Florida where he was dOstined toni ike a name for himself. He became the tF's first perpetual II ( havirng successful} maintained an average (K 0.95 for 16 semesters. He then falsifIed his I cord and moved on to bigger and better thir(' It a ld h a epnil for nh proveb: ABANyDON HOPEs ALL YEWO EITE P HERE. Clyde had become notorious for USiih friendly Chicanery and sktillduggety to 3ccompliN his sonmewhat dubious ends. For this reason, I -at-I V -: 4.1* Ch l'i' {}|| O


Student Hou si ng9 Scarce -F i e iIl {* P l. I l ] A ~ Back K. C. Strip Steak ui: trmostly gr h' school, e ,h yve regs n'> fIl. hr brings U I VLIpIil itlon to alm~ 0, oiling to in 5, Foreign Subanis have II-[. I Lt y0Jr I u ttti'tet the Cub Lorml ttr, which mide to other iduales of F-lt and jumior nil. sieved at th9 U F 's CubaL tudpnt o-d 200. Col. Glenn A. Student Ad',Isor, been active at bin students oran Revolutionary h aims to quietly students factual SG Finances Dorm Parties studentt government (SG) will lw-sponsor eight Gator-hops this Simnester at Graham, Hume, BroMilde, and Jennings halls according Co Drew Haslett, secretary of ~tudent affairs. SC will use left over funds to twvund the resources ofthle dorms. dli ~pplh efreshments adub-i I ty, and not charge for admis Ilett said that the money tK121bl* for the hops, just over $2,000, was appropriated two years ye under Paul Hendrick's adminItI .timn, but for some re ascin it S never Spent. I reti Hedstrom,, chairman of the I IrLe program, is coordinating the program with the dormitory The first hop Is scheduled for F triay night at 8:30 in the Broward lull1 r ecere at i on room. The /Otliacs, a local band, will supply ihe music. Graham Radio traham, a p ns for its tts a odme Because it rea it will mdaname Inl a contest mester*. According Plans Station rea has announced owni radio station-for the time being. covers such a small not heed a license will be decided on sometime this trithe director of t he Commwnictiogw Committee, P it Grjmbar, the Idea for the taton Was taken from a smaller Plafl tried in the Murphuree area ib>ut 0510 year ago. 'ibis station Mflj be somewhat larger, cover1ng threat dorms: Simpson, Trhsslei AMd Graham,. )impsoI's ground floor .dll hold he actnal transmitter aMd station but it (the station) will rnthrought the electrical currents incraham. C -5, mecd and light music will make 1) mint of the program along to Rises 40 haLim a I eus 'ad 'Pt. 'lie I. LIh Ii tudtttit t iii' 4he advyint et (I! Li 0iu1 itt( mIi (vwsfi fil I,& Lii mn'todne -nd ervit e tO tlL, itiI >t te Or to tubi whtei th t. portubt} Irisecit' it1f. MEDItPM STARTS SAN LLE I 51115K FILEl 'lg with v i d fide.; di. Ic, .Holds | *ve, 900 ---I .4' WO\E AS X -LARGE London Broil Steak I I i C.l '4; t lii. e i tirus 'Ipphi OtCI -.itlh Cheliv hI'LarL FRENC~H FRIL> SE R' tD WI TH BOWL OF CHOPPED SALAD LOADS OF HET ROLLS AND BUTrTER $1.10 LARRY'S 4 S.W. First Sr 10: 30 G.m. WONDERHO USE .(Behind -8 pa. Sears) MURPHY'S Complete Line of F OR A LL HOME SALE Steel Filing CabInchs and Boxes Mt4 GIAN T PERSONAL FILE Ia a *0 12'/2.9 FILE CABINETS '8": I2I/,l'38In).-: top opens hor pM.sonIl fle space: file fold.'. included, C.6;n.4 has Acelf; doe, and lid have kay. .*.**. .S i eU I Sl I I I I* NN.6 ll Heavy *t$fl I 4, a A a H.vy I S S I I I I 0 41CONCEALED CASTERS 2 aid S aSIAWEN FILMg furnitwr. stcl: abamiu .kih.4 haSd ware. Srng, dir. chic reiafcrca4 me.frudtoa. Nylon reL N EED S MONDAY office' SECURITY CHEST Ehectic.lNy welded ,$ heavy gpug.etel with asbh.0o. 4ilId inte lmnng.&'2.w'/ indit, CONtN Heary aSS 284.-n Ma W. eaisofne .p-n: ft. 55ldmr bncded. Gt tern 4 eahlne$ ha. 0 e d aled siac. .5 Sbl deawmr wi44s .eer nfn. Cai. tes .,.e Jrmww have wepavetc heyw. Connedld cats. i.g.tep META -', -aa 1 Ms.,$.fl misce *Cuban Welcome Population OR BUS I NE S S for Kene or


FR ANK GATOR IPIEDS S AUTO CLINI T -! 4-. C. K-) cj j 0. -,k.tI!,>l lillwr. $425. See it Shady Nok Trailer Park. 3010 5. W. 34th Street. Oft Ar bh'r Roadf. (A 6-3t-c). NStJ Motorcycle. 300 ci I96E top shap.'. Contact larry Silve lwrg, Pl tambda Phi House, Fraternity Row. (A-6-tf-c)-. in MOBILE IIOME: 1962 Wolv.,rirne i0x50, high and dry, like new. $2500, or equity and take ip payments. 3620 SW Archer Road Village, lot 26. Phone .378-2049-. (A-6-St-p)RCA Total sound HI-Fl, Stereoorthonophonic walnut console like new. Call 376-4054. (A -5-21-nc)For Rent__ 2 EEDROOM, 2 Bath home. Beautiful wooded lot with ICC ft. on Lake Cowpens. $85 to qualified tenant. Call 372-7658. (B-fl -3t -c). EIGHT ROOM Unfurnished house. EIght miles from the center of Gainesville. Stove and refrigerator Included. Family prefered. $75 per month. Call 2-0243 after 5. (B-5 -ti-nc). MOBILE HOME Space. Progress Mobile Home Park. 6 miles North U.S. 441. Phone 462-1680. Charles Norris, Man age r. (B-I-it-c). W anted 2 MAILE Roomates wanted toshare a new 4 bedroom, nicely turn. house wIth 2 other roommates. Rent $38 per month. 107 N.W. 8th Place.CaUI] 2-0O58.(C-6-t-p). MALE Roomate needed to share expenses Ia modern apt. 4 blocks from campus. Call 378-2185. (C6-2t-p). WANTED 2 girls to share house at 218 NW 19th Lane. Cad! Jenny .t 6-4806. (C -4-at-c),. WANTED 1950 1hr. 1954 Fords and Chevrolets. Al Fleradon's Service StatIon, 918 8. E. 4th Street. (C-5-20t-c)-. WANTED -Sales Manager for Student publIcatIons. Studying accounting wIth 6 hours minlmw' to date. 'Thl is a lraise position leading to the position of business manager of Student Publications. Pay Ia $)0.00 per witk for sales manager Jot. Apply shade ft publications office in the Florida Union. (C-S-ti-nc). SlATE W. "A DEVILISH DISSECTION OP MAN THAT HAS HUMOR. SUSPENSE AND A DASH OP EVIL.! A -}---it Street. (It.-* It-c). It :, pg N. W I A PIANO IlAYE P is rc*'ed to> II ompiny 1hk P.K. Yrnge I b School Chorus fair or' jour i lty. 2:15 to 3:10. There is mione V i volved. If inter,.stedj all Ed Carwithpn, 6-2541 or 6-01*7. (F 6 -3t-c). EXPER femal, Apply St(,re. t.nm. to TENCEI) B3artender mile or part time or full time. in person Party Pakage 4005 N.W. 13th Street. 7 II (E-6-3t.-c). STUDENTS Wanted both male and female to work in serving lines. Apply long's Cafeteria, 311 W. University A vw. (E -6-It -p). POSITIONS open in Gainesville Boys Club In Wood Shop, Crafts, physical, Games Room, R eg i str at i on. Afternoons & Saturdays. Call Mr. Dobbs, FR 2-5341. (EB-I-ti-c). NEEDED 1/2 tIme secretary II In Elementary Education office. Shorthand 90 words per min. Typing 50 words per miin. Call Ext. 2l2OMrs.Graham.(E-5-St-c). WAITERS or WAITRESSES over 2!. Apply 1222 W. University Ave., Gatehouse Restaurant.(E-5-3t-c). SLost &Found FOUND ladies wrist watch near Flg. Gyn. Owtier may claim upon identification and payment of Ad. Bill Luecking, 847 South Hall. (1-6-3t-c). IRONING done In home. 1515 SE lath Place, Lincoln Estates. Call FR 6 -29tH. (M-6-2t-c). EXPERIENCED White housewife desires days work. Willsew,cook. and clean house. References available. Write to S. Kossiazl, Ri. 2, Box 34WF Galnesvdlle.(M-3-$t-c)-. FREE .Budget book and INSURED Savings information for mnjrried couples. No obligation. Phone 37W9763 between I and 4 pam. Wit L CARE FOR A child 3 years or older in my home. Nice fenced in y ard and meals served. Reasonable rates. Call I 112-6623. (M.-2-ti-nc). ii -N ~ 4.-.~-2 K Via bth, NkyIghts. Gim V lb ,verloking an, P efly coiertjd mn two spirlmint, If dpsirr-. Fspeei liy idei I fr (W$>hn EU' mCIn s i Tl e Lrons soI -. ( I i .mt. kr ippcict merit. I k I-C 128. (I--t-tp)-. MI.ST Sit I.L 1964 (orvair Mot,. (Radio, Automatic trarnmIusn factory alr-conditionin,,) Still under new car warranty. Call 3760794,, (G-6-St-p). 1961 VOLKSWAGEN. New engine, good condition. Call 372 -1369 after 1960 CORVA]R, Good condition. Economical three speed trainsmission. Need cash $575. Call John Taylor 376-9204. (G-3-St-p). r Univ. Extension 2832, or RomI, Fl. Union e ns.,.f51-a Jsi Now! 3 Color Hits! open 6:45,shrnw 7:15 see 2 late as 8:55 at 8:55 only ANGIE DICKINSON CUE STl 905 C K N. BILLIARDS Main Foodl Pair Shopping (enter Gators & Girls WELCOME SPECIAL ATTENTION Univesi y personnel We employ two ful time experienced mechanics. If you are having car troubles of any kind, JUST CALL US. FR 6--8223 1311 NW 5th Avenue GA!NESVILLE, FLORIDA Rent IA A A Now You SANDING MACHINES POWER TOOLS EENTE TOLS MECHANIC'S TOOLS LOADING TOOLS PAINTER'S EQUIPMENT 625 N.W. 8th Ave. Valuable Can Rent It WALLPAPERING EQUIPMENT PLUMBER-S TOOLS HOUSEHOD EUPMENEET SASY EQUIPMENT AND BEDS INVALID NEEDS GARDEN AND YARD TOOLS OR CALLFR 6-2835 Gift UF Guys C~-r' ~tc 14i .1 a -t Campus THE MOST PRACTICAL A FINE, NA tIONALLY AD DUCTS--COURTESY OF MANUFACTURERS. Pac SSORTMENT OF VERTISED PRO THESE FAMOUS Free WI TH JUST A S0c DONATION "Do llas TO for Scholarsa ?nPIAt A kifl ?tAAflflflt%,.i tL p.CL A n ~-' -fl I S S For


r olk F *tttPllm t itt''1 (orl pts lIm lubde~ In i i~Lf Iretilffrl ngernent FF4! i cT Ficher and ii', jl'I yts' productioflt of lId wlfth Night. .re occurrirng hwith -n ly OUtwardly in 1y' tum nell (pPrtie'rs. Juringt[hI SUmmner, In .1move lesen the Tx)iti(aI air around inch' memibrship, Its (ha rtz Sammrnrded and approved by Seg&LatIve Council. New re -jreflints ciii for m orI cx riemedi members and officers ouvycpreviously served or the .unicil. Group Asks H TA! IAIIASSEE hat loose Speak campaigning for (UPf) -F lorida Yo er Mallory Horne Republican Barry Trio Heads ,,.' FH b '<. a \n n m [*nt 1Ff w'!irk U 'phip tli Lyceum O s o a. -. o 1lk Foreign ii 'I 'Ill II. liii I tlhrIuth i p sidly., lit. studleii's o iji o in'I'nl ii ,tas .70 tip!t I. tin r CoiiniI tu ipper ite withili thiiuint orne to Resign unig lDermoc, its Nlond cy rihirged IS emirrinfL hIls patrty lL Goidwilir and shauldl sutn. larne refused. "I do not reserve to theenecutive cornmillet ofthe YoungK emnocr It, le right to Fe my conscience," Hornesaid. The Democratic house leader, a Tallahaisse,' attorney, who k 1-chairman of "'Volunteers for Goldwater, make. whirl-wind top at Tampa International Airport Tuesday. twig says: 'Ii one three one wei ,unrersity ateine bete know, as3 th rup ~stic 1iW'ahopp one block off campus). do comeinan get o Ir qnie .mene up and d( rig' our ear* amenjcan qisls .en jyiv mosgt relaxed almonpIIerC (iroftud (we love browsers!). on campus you knorr what ymtE Want -and we're got ii:ifil's new. \l'F t s ii' Ilns 4 I 1S I CM profestorid P'ist 0a Y irs f '! ot'r ofat i1 II] II 'I TI m 'Iii.f te ii lreher eli will he Iti, to e 1 ihs whloi Ii m, ot pz viousIy or stjuiipI iou ind iwho /or pL'IOITS. n s ii indIhei iter. ire thre t>pes (if gi &iit~s Ac: .S a, enrnmi~ent Ful(,rants, loin I r-Othur (,owi mtifp ( r 'a it s intd I. (overnmiunt Ir vel-t nly (r rits,. Fc ji Full Grant yroidrts rotmlStrip tirinsportetlon, tiltOTIn, himliitenarcm arid health an c1 'I cidten it nsurance for in. Mixed Dorms Big Attraction At Graham 'I eit r turn mio'e often to iniu Are, thaeto ticycither ire Oil .IampU, reporl.1 buhn Smyiir, Crtham resident assist pnt. iTh QGr thirm expne'rt ire . ipVovie siuppltmiitr tr Iiw stipend ror I ma~iinen.ziv ini itit, si hot a, ship tiwit lht knr iiiiersity, private donol or foreign gowirTnmenit. A\tlniIe ont, for rud Sn I ,tii 1 .lme i. durlinr thIi, 5 19,5-ti will ulsc bii 'all iii. Th. timt if the. I tutbight -I ty, awirdis I. to Increaw fluttul unodsrst andinfg IN Iw. I j 'pipe of lie i'.S., end other eoutit s1 through the rxclhungr of Iwrsons, knowledge and sk Ills. Mar, thaji l2,00 Amnet ran g ruitstudenrts hive pairtlrlpauteimthis program~ mini', Its iceptin ii 1918-49. More tham 900 .,sly. rvse-rre f or tiebti r m o f.,re Igi <{,untrles .Ir nlow iv ii ihi ftit lih irademhi y.*ar 196566 to graduate Fuibright Slaps At Gold water WASFIlNG,1(N (tPil) -Ne.n.ri. I Clhi$.iie Morigey that the election of Se-n. harry M.Gold~ le~r "woip of i kinK antIiosity indl liarreasiti violence betw,.rn Negroes and whit.','' F ultiright aiso the GOI' pftSIIentl.*l iumni-e "'ha. on. 1. in, to the yoehs of southern.: 5: The I act that hi voted .iga just I he civil rights act. "It I, ...very pic! clai m Irxte.d,' the Arkanseai iDettcrat touilth U.Senate in hIs tout IIh attack ii' ryci'tt days o, (soidwater'" F ulbright, chia Iman cif the S a 4to Iire i I*lltiis C committee,* devoted his ft rst threq. speeches to attacking the Arizoota epubl cno foeign jlc. lie nation might suvieGoldwat-r's domestic volicr% "but it would be sUbjected, I think, to ,omvthtntw betwpen .tagnetioi and general pIhysical aftdmoraldteriorition.'' 'Tb. Arkanwas Iflmocrat, who also oppo.d the civil fights .et, aimed inich of hi. sparch at th, SOuth, wher. Goldwater berauw e he voted against civil rlghtn ls an "A,,lI tO spit. and It, pro.ris. It ,tiiity." Picture Sole I E pIIO%. ir uttlitonidi t, og s tnt 1101 tr' e h iIIittIiu I Ready lihtgi ant. i r spwoisiired bythe *. S. Iiepirtment if St at.'. tiiWII .a Ioi 1gm prog ram, 'Xpplit itio lulori' in miition (ill hiitr.tmi II+ s mi ty he ebta Intd rrom f s I id, rt ii v ktr ( ol. G I ar Is it te intert, tittal lear Gr iv. Fili. 11he daadlinre foe (Iiling c atitins is ietober J4. it-Iays lenfortudents p r tignic lent, A. (enter LJmiifcett, ~ ,or the fellowships ire: 1'.5, .liteship, t'acht'or', degree by t hegeining lt,' Of lih' gTint, lanlguage Profi tbnuc ,tommnens'ir to with the piiopos'.mu protect, Out igiiid health. On Television WA$tIN(ION (tII'li -Hepub,M. Goldwiter stid Morwtay he In "prtoctipieci with WI r"a INSOttiof li.r 1, cnitrI Ih. Arizeonia ,rintor te'ev '"Nii '0 l)rfl" S *cip.eel, he would seek linigh strcngthi." lit irnl freplonm In Amearira "we lick will, Wu4.p5nlfl went on "fpear.or Goldwater's five-mInute, pid *nnufemnenl win broadcast by the Columbia lrnadrasting Syatein (U 11.) and 'hown by 00 ieleisiton stiatiejps acrn e. country. it w the first ad .a eerie', of ttped political ming1'f by the itpubhi, an randidaite. Thbe teraitor ipot mrust of th. lay at his campaign headquarters injure iejvI(g Tuciday on an IIstile tour of the South. liecooleredulwith .dvinrersgwv. vIsion stwlio making I film of hi. Rife dtory. Goidniter sadd on. of hi. eo *ecurlty of th, nation. "So me distort ini prOper 0i*Ctfln tO ake It *pp0ar tat -* are preoc'upled with war," he said. "There is no greater voltIc.l Ii. We .re pt.oCCkpilfd with "---legins Today ** '


Jack Hits Card Like No The Angel, Devil fs, l(' till Jot k C i'd wvil! hi maythhnip but uang.!i. Tihus Soi I i. ~ serh, 'liepb lirity givija (ri', 4,e (Ee, 6 -inches inni l(7 lbs.) and his jersey nulmbehr (I) hive overshadowpci h1s% coisidjerable talents. It Is neaotful whither they will corn ta to Ic si. A~s fir bark ishe 'in remnemblnr, Car! lhap lw iys been Int.testrd in football. He played on Boys Club teams from nahU fourth r to 10th grade. As a sophomoi in high school, Carid kid reached his ruln stature ( 5-hiet, C;-inches) aind weighed 135 lbs. Upon graduaitiori, hi' weighed 160 lbs, As linehuck,.r it Baylor Prep School ini Chntanonxw., Ten,,., Card was voted the most outstanding player on th. tfetm. lie 'ontintied his fine play last year as a Baby Gator when hw was niimenl the most 'utstanding linemnan in the FloridaMiami game. In that contest, he made 17 tackles. 'ITis year as a sophomore, he has made u strongbidfor astatilg berth at linebacker. He admits he takes a lot of kidding about his size from his fellow framates, but quickly 4dds it doesn't bother himt. When asked how it feels to be playing against men who outweigh him by 50 to laO lbs., Card said', "It doesn't bother me as much as you would think. You take punishment, but you give it out too." In contrast to his intense competivenebs, he looks, as defensive coach Gene Ellenson l'erhapvrmah (,r ivrs et sUrnhS i ri up when he sap," !ilrcnbA I,nnpmwh i f ,, i rnur k, but hn. 'idt. Iii, sin will sP'o'k m'ut hii t a kilni' sJit, ks Ii ill rrh I po tel 4: ainIm ig in liii tih,'mor it if thiI Fsquli Is letter Ih in 'ni hihas e arhed i tord i, buit they still tjnn't win if they're not ini (onditt)n. ed""Thur sday 'nd I rldaiy if list wvek the (ators worked out in thne gymu, but is Ur ayes puts It, "You IFn't play foothill iin a gym. Saturl.y the pliaers finill', gtet outside Cct ,' -crinmmage game, but thety still couldn't liy my final, I. ''Whiul you pity in tik kind of weather, tI'S i ifI.'uent kun! d grTime id nOt football,"' Graives said. Cr yes t vrmuen the whole scrimmage "sloppy'', rnd was visibly wo Irrled about the ornditin U of his squid is the mudrieris left the practnr field. The bead toa< h repor t.d th it the Gators were tiMt retching the peak of their tonditioning when Dori sty uck. ''This was going to be our big wenk.' Whether the lick of contact work rid the fict that the Gadors missed working on their passing game for four days will make a serious difference when the Gators meet Hayden Fry's Mustangs is hard to forecast. However, the only way weather couldbeof advantage Is if Saturday's contest is played in 'a downpour; and Coach Ray (raves doesn't want it that way. ''No, I never want it to rain,"' sid the head coach, when asked if he wished it would rain for the SM) ga me. "It doesn't prove anything If you play in the rain.'" It is commendable for~raves tothink this way, But his unconditioned team will have more than the weather to face when the Mustangs invade Florida Field. Versatile quarterback Danny Thomas will be the Gators largest obstacle Saturday. Thomas, the nation's top punter last year with a 44-yard average, is a calm operator who favors the pass. Looking at the other side of the story, the Gators aren't the only ones worried about Saturday's duel whether it be in the son or rain. To keep up on the Mustangs, the sports publicity departimei* subscribed to the Dallas Times Herald. Little good It did them. The last two weeks the Ijallas paper has arrived In Gainesville minus the sports -section. it seems that somebody in Texas is worried about the Gators, and well they might be. The Gators should take all Saturday by one TD) either conditioned or unconditioned. South Face Gato DAVE BERKOWITZ Assiduant Monoging Edito'r There is only one way for the South Carolina Gamecocks football fortunes to go this season--up. The Gamecocks managed just one win in 1963 and finished with a I-A-I record. five of the de teats, however, came with margins of less than a touchdown. Carolina In Ho south Carolina was plag injuries to key players bill handling. In the ope season they gave up the times on fumbles, pass F lions and ,' second hill violation. An Ca rlv season injury IDat NeI'ves madnstay of t: had aln td e rse affect on tI siuad. As a sophomore Rebuilding, mecoming Tilt :ued with gained 1,401 yards total offense. and poor Things are looking up for Reeves ner last as he spent the spring without hail six injury, rushing 168 yards In the nterrepfinal intra-squad game. kickoff Junior Jim Rogers, with a Srison of experience and Tedt Wingard, a sophomore, give South Carolina added depth behind )teaeon Reeves. Coach Marvin Bass will he team, start LA all-senior letter milnhack he entire field of Reeves, fullback P'ete 1)1Reeves Venere and halfbacks Marty I-osen and Larry Gill. Others who flgvr. prominently in Bass' backfield plans include Phil Branson, juniortransfer from Gr, Kentucky; Bob Cole,6-3,231; Nonmost ntc Limb, 6-2,215; Buster KimtVo at brell and Bobby Bryant. Kimbrell anid Tryant are sophomores. ne's. The Gamecocks sport a big nners beefy line. Len Sears, 6-5,235, we the and Steve Cox, 6-4, 250, 're two of the biggest tackles in college nttst. football. Two more players of good riday size and experience hold down the guard spots. They are Jim Johnson, 6-3, 230, and Ed HertwIg, 0-3,220. Both are seniors. Junor John Uner, 6-2, 215, but right behind him is firey redheaded Mike Johnson at 6-3, 220. J. R. Wilburn, Doug Senter and ~1~ BOOTS HATS SHIRTS *1 4 -4Carmanella's Grid Contest Thhs is the first time this season for thet Carm~aneila contest. The rules are about the same. Whoever picks the winners of the following grid contests wins dinner for I Carmanella's Garden of Eating. One change has been made. Our contest helped the Ow! Mr. DeProspero, business. so much he can't c tier to our wi Friday through Sundiay nights. However he i's ready to ser winners during the rest of the week. All of last yeur's winners are eligible for this season's co Entries are to be in our hands no later than lh:OO p.m. F niht. Good guessing. Florida State at Miamion Navy at Penn State.Waslhijon State at Stanford-UisslssiwpI State at Texas Tech--3