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Vol. 57, No. 7 University of FloridaGainesville Wednesday, Sept. 16, 1964'THE

DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COUEGE DAILY"! asses




I Presidential Hopefuls Invade Florida J l




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LBJ SpeaksTo Privileged Grid Barry Attacks ...


Rejected ir.i
Seating

Demos ThenMcNamara
LaboritesOn R The Alligator board ,of IL i1 .

editors has voted not to accept -

MedicareMIAMI the privileged football

2S bloc seating arrangement w Yr
BEACH (UPI) Pres- offered by Student Govern- RON SPENCER
ident Johnson made a last-ditch Executive Editor
ment and yesterday asked to
pitch for his medicare program ? Senator
Afr., 1 ORLANDO (Special) --
yesterday while telling 4,000 wildly be placed back 'in the hat' ? Barry Goldwater braved the rain \

cheering delegates to a labor con- with the rest of the blocs. here yesterday afternoon hunch
vention the nation has never en-
a verbal assault at the Democratic I
Joyed greater prosperity.The S For the 'why' behind the administration In general, and

Chief Executive, makinghis decision, see' Privileged Secretary of Defense Robert Mc-
second visit to the South in Namara In particular.At .
five days, spoke at the conven- Football Seating an editorial a wet rally held at Colonial

tion of the International Associa- on Page Four. _. .. Plaza, near the Orlando Airport,
tion of Machinists and then flew - a few thousand vociferous Cold- \
to Cape Kennedy where he toured JOHNSON GOLDWATER water supporters waited a light '

the nation's missile center. drizzle for the Senator, who took \)
During his 90-minute tour ol the most of his chance to discredit -
the cape the President pledgedthat Lawmaker ScheduledOn the Johnson administration.
Day
"as long as I am permitted Remarking; that the many
to lead this country I will never umbrellas present reminded him

accept a place In space secondto of the Democrats foreign policy,
any other nation In this field." UF Campus SaturdayThe Goldwater hunched Into his brief
Johnson visited with the two speech.

astronauts scheduled to make .. "We Arlzorunas Ion rain," he
America's next space voyage,don- University of Florida's third The day is set aside annuallyby sent concise Information on cur- began, "for we don't get much of
ned white coveralls and cap before annual Legislative Appreciation the University and the Gainesville rent programs. The group will It out there. I take every oppor-
entering a "clean room," wherea Day will bring 275 Florida legis- Chamber of Commerce to stay In local motels Friday and tunity to stand In it."
delicate Mariner space probe Is lators, cabinet members and express appreciation to the Legislature Saturday as guests of tho Cham- lie then held up his prepared

kept, and viewed a giant Saturn special guests to the University for its service on behalf ber of Commerce. notes, showing t the crowd the
rocket that was being fueled ina campus Sept. 19. of higher education, and to pre- ..blurred Ink resulting from the

simulated countdown. ........_..........._'H...................... Following; the planned morning: downpour. "It sort of remindsme :
"If you believe in medical care = activities, legislators will attend "he said
of Johnson's ,
\ M HH MwaiKi{_ : program
under Social Security, now is the il' 'K'W&2ttX'WK'l'Gadys : I@ItmtM111 the first football game of the
don'twork.
"they look okay but'they
time to stand up and be counted," season when the University ."
Johnson told his enthusiastic / Turns North Florida meets Southern Methodist .
Goldwater, who was drenched
Miami Beach audience during a University on Florida Field at
completely by the end of the speech,
% : :
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20-mlnute @m 2p.m.
medicare sPE'ech.The planrecently |j j$j:; .Miami (UPI) Hurricane Gladys turned more toward the ; hit hard at McNamara,warning< the

passed by the Senate as an amendment ;;:j::;;:: north and weakened yesterday, giving the battered Atlantic :|:tj:;;: Registration will begin In the crowds that he (Goldwater) had

to a measure raising Social fj;:::::|::::: seaboard a breathing spell In the midst of 1964's busy tropical $::$:::: Student Service Center at 9 a.m. no plans to move military bases '
Security benefits, is In troublein $::&::::$:: storm season. %:$::g::: Saturday. The program Is from Florida.
the House and it appears des- ;pHurricane::;:: hunter planes resumed on-the-spot tracking of ;Sj:::;;:|::| scheduled for 10:13: a.m. on the "If you re-elect Johnson and

tined for certain burial by a conference ji::::;::;!;!: Gladys in daylight and found the seventh tropical twister of i::M:;;!::; second floor of the Student Service keep McNamara," GoldwaUr
committee.The !:$:::!::::!:: the season reduced in power from 90 mile an hour winds ::::;:::: Center. It will be followed bya warned, "then you're going< to seethe

AFL-CIO urged the Presi- >;:|:i:;$;: to bare hurricane force of 75 m.p.h. %;1 fiiiji barbecue at 11:43: a.m. on the bases closed down. Who has
and change In course lessens with r:::;:::::: diminished strategic strength,"he
dent to throw his full weight behind :;::;:::; The weakening tendency main floor of the Student Center.
':::: threat of hurricane Gladys :::;::::: questioned. "Not Goldwaterl" the
medicare, contending It may :IgS::::: each passing day any potential Gator Coach Ray Graves will deliver -
make the difference between victory ,:;;:j:;: hitting tile U.s. mainland, forcasters said. f''f'; pre-game remarks during the dripping senator quickly retorted,

and defeat in the November jjj;;;;;;;;;;mmmm;;;;; m;;;;; ;;;mf: ;ffffm:;:; ;;fmtmm mmj;;; ;; j;;j j m lj1; ; 1j f:1i: ;; f: barbecue. taking phrey's a convention negative twist technique.on Hum

election. "1 claim that the gentleman in
Johnson said new jobs have been
the White louse named McNamarahas I
created at the rate of 90,000 a f
done more to guarantee us
____
month in the last three and one-
.
than
no striking force In the I t70'
halt year period compared to ;f any other man," Goldwater added.
40,000 a month during the pre- 'I lie repeated that he would not
ceding three and one-half year i \
# close any of Florida's military
period when Republicans held
bases.
office. Goldwater then turned to Social
t actory workers'take home pay, -
Security, briefly discussing some
he said, rose $3.43 cents a week,
Social Security
of> the administration's& -
to the average In the 42 months
.
; program."I
after January, 1961. This com-
was raised without these
pared to an Increase of $1.25 per j'H4p i y. I rta"y!f things," he said, at he continued
week In the previous corresponding I KM i his brief examlnatio' of the faults
period, he said. The President
of the Social Security program.
said the story was the same in
; The French Social Security system -
all sectors of the economy. '' Jfa : started In 1928 and now laces
"Whether we look through the
j uY bankruptcy," ht clalmtd. lit said
eyes of labor, white collar or r Y" ;
the same thing will face the AmerScan -
blue collar farmer professional -
e system for the same reason,
these are years of great success S if C namely that Americans can stand
for all Americans," be said.
|ust so much out of their pocketsto
Then, in a bid for national unity, support these programs.

be declared: lit stressed his belief that the
'This year and every year tend In increasing Social Security
the prosperity of the many must rill rontlnut. "I don't care bow

not be sacrificed to the partisanship rich the U.S. 1s," ht said, "we
of the few. .the progress an't stand this.Goldwater ."
of all the people must not be threw a parting Jab

victimized by the prejudices of BEAUTY, BEAUTY everywhere as three lovely coeds prepare for the Homecoming at McNamara before departing< In

any of the people." Sweetheart Contest. Left to right are Jean Mellow, sponsored by Sigma Chi, a i white Cadillac for the airport
Johnson said the nation enjoys and the next leg of his Florida
prosperity because the world was Sandy Anderson, sponsored by Kappa Delta, and Marsha Costa, sponsored by rip. "Don't forget old Gold-

at peace, and added: "I love peace. Air Force ROTC. Deadline for applications is 5 p.m. tomorrow. (Photo vattr," be reminded. ".Ie wants
I don't Intend that it should be "
rid McNamara.
to help you get
Sam Johnston)
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AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI) Accusing contained a clause restricting"any
r rr rk President Johnson"hypocrisy/," person or persons of African des
Republican vice presidential can- cent from occupying the property
didate William E. Miller Tuesday except as domestic servants."
.. I said the pro-civil rights Presi- "There were no restrictionsof
Y art : y ..6'I dent once sold property on a any sort In the deed when Lyn-
whites-only basis. don Johnson purchased this pro.
p 44 perty. The anti-Negro clause
Carrying the top level GOP Inserted In the sale from John
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campaign Into Johnson's home son to Miller Is the first In the
F w territory, Miller led a series of history of this property.
speakers In attacks on the Presi- "And this Is the man who on
\ y F't dent's past and present actions.A Nov. 27, 1963 said, 'We have
c crowd of 5,000 Republicans at talked long enough about equal
the state GOP convention roared rights. Jt's time now to write
::14 \. ; 34 t4 approval. the next chapter and write It In

Miller waved In his hand what the book of law' "

\Ijti; r he said was a "certified copy ofa Miller accused Johnson of "In
( deed dated Nov. 23, 1938 by the tellectual dishonesty hypocrisy .
Travis County,
county clerk of at Its worst" on the race
,, Austin Tex." question.
He said the deed Involved 20
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plots of land bought by "Lyndonand "This same man who talked so
fA Lady Bird Johnson," and there nobly about civil rights todaythe
were no "restrictive covenants" same man who Inserted a restrictive
against Negroes In It then. clause In the deed did so
for purely personal reasons,"Mil-
"Now It just happened that on ler said.
Oct. 26, 1945, Lyndon Johnsonand
) his wife Bird Johnson sold During Johnson's years in Con-
seven of the 20 lots," Miller said. gress, Miller said, he "voted con
t sistently against virtually every
He said they were sold to then
type of antl-dlscrimlnatlon mea-
Mayor Tom Miller of Austin and
"
k f sure he now claims to favor.

FOUR LOVELY ladies pose before; ;the entrance sign tthe William Walden Corry

Memorial Village. It s a natural since they're four of the five finalists for the Village Contest Setknowledge I

title of Mrs. Corry Village. From left to right are Mrs. Marilyn Heier, whose

husband is studying engineering Mrs. Yvonne Stokes, whose hubby is in enty-
Mrs. Corry Village will be and a mature sense of
mology Mrs. Sally Simcoke, whose spouse studies business administration, and
chosen at 3:30 p.m. Sunday. humor.
Mrs. Carol Miller, whose husband is in chemistry. Not pictured: Mrs. James Under the sponsorship of the The contestants Include Mrs.

Ragans. The winner will compete in the Mrs. University of Florida contest. Corry Village Women's Club, the Frederick Miller, Mrs. James
contest will take place on the Ragans, Mrs. Barry Heier, Mrs.
(Photo by Carolyn Johnston)
.. lawn area west of the Corry Village James Simcoke and Mrs. Glenn

. Wanna Buv A Post Office? all-purpose court. Stokes.Judges include J. Silverman,
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Pssst. Hey, you wanta for a fine arts or cultural center, L Some of the qualifications the Mrs. Mary Turner, Dr. Donald
buy a post office for your very was the first group to receive winner must possess Include: Avila and Mrs. R.L. Huffstetler,
own? discouragement. The Florida charm, compassion, calmness, Jr., present Mrs. University of
It's no secret,the old Gainesville Development Commission, which homemaking skills, child-rearing Florida.
Post Office, just off the square, has the duty of processing any .
Is up for bids. The building will request to have the federal
be vacated by federal offices in a property turned over to local Welcome Back
few weeks when they move into officials, announced to the County
the new Federal Building. Commission that a fine arts center
Already there have been several may not meet federal requirementsfor
groups expressing an Interest in the building.
the old building and the fourtenthsacre Alachua County School Board Our Record Friends!
site. also put in their request for the Buying
Gainesville city officials and building. The school board related
Alachua County officials have through County CommissionerJack

asked that the building be donatedfor Durrance that should they Many thanks for making our last year so successful. Our
a health or educational purpose. receive the property, and should
The Gainesville Fine Arts they have extra space, they would selection of jazz, popular and classical albums are still tops'
Association, seeking the building for fine arts center.
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PGD HousemotherMrs. ROTC ReserveArmy
Florida State Attorney General's office Babysitters will be members of the student body,
returned a favorable review this week of the new university faculty, or will be the spouse of a studentor Harrison L. Moyer has and Air Force Reserve
: Student GovernmentSG) Baby-sitting Service. faculty member. When application Is being made been named Phi Gamma Delta'snew Officers may enroll in any of three
i Student Government was notified of this in a for employment by the service, certain minimum housemother classes now being offered by the
i letter by Business Manager J. Ellis Jones which requirements must be met. Originally from Moorestown, local Naval Reserve Officers
I stated, "I have now been advised by Ralph E. Odom School.*
These requirements areXl having a 2.0 grade N.J. she has traveled extensively,
assistant attorney general, that If the services point average, (2)) not being on scholastic probation, spending the past summer touring Cmdr. Cecil N. Smith,UJS.N.R.,
operate as set forth In the documents you providedme (3) having no record of past or present disci- Europe. Her late husband- was a commanding officer of the school,
there appears to be no legal problems involved. said Army and Air Force enroll-
plinary action, (4) being approved by the Deanof Phi Gam as were her two brothers-
Barbara Magas, service chairman, said,"We have Women or Dean of Men as applicable, (5) having in-law. ment was authorized by a new di-
been 'anxiously awaiting this review. We thinkwe local babysitting experience, (6) submitting personal rective. These officers may be
have an excellent operational plan knd we are references, and (7) meeting the final approval of the Journalism DamesThe issued orders to the school as a
enthusiastic about putting the babysitting service Babysitting Committee.The primary reserve assignment, or
into effect as soon as possible. Babysitting Committee is composed of students Journalism Dames are .enroll in the courses to supple-
scheduled to
Based on our research and personal interviews qualified to interview, screen and process applications meet Wednesday at ment their primary reserve
7:45 in Mrs.
RobertGlafcke'shome
of parents and baby sitters during the summer for prospective babysitters. The members p.m. affiliation
1514 N.W. 14th St.
trimester we recognized the need for a truly have regular hours in Room 309 of the Florida
effective babysitting service. The plan Is formulatedof Union from 3-5 p. m. Monday through Friday to call Members 6-7164. needing a ride should ROTC UniformsFreshmen

the suggestions and information we received, handle parental requests for babysitters via tele-
and Is directed toward our concept of increased phone ( 6-3261 ext. 2547). It Is recommended that
personal service. Our purpose is twofold in that babysitters receive 50 cents per hour for the care Florida RiflesA enrolled in AFROTC
we assist parents in obtaining qualified babysitters of one-two children, and 60 cents per hour for the meeting of all members of (MAF101) are required to pick
and create employment situations for UF students," care of three-four children with a $1.25 minimumper the Florida Rifles (UF) Men's up their uniform and leadership
she said. Job. All wages earned from babysitting are Rifle Team, will be held Thursday laboratory manuals from Air
The SG Babysitting Service is provided for all kept by the babysitters. Sept..17 at 8:30 p.m., Room 107 Force supply prior to 11:30 a. m.
members of the student body, university faculty, Babysitter applications are presently being takenin to elect officers for the coming Sept. 18. Air Force supply will
and administrative staff. the Personal Service Bureau of the Labor Office, school year. bop..'u dally from 8:30 11:30a.
I Room 309 Florida Union weekdays from 3-5 p. m. m. :and 1:30 4:30: p. m.


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A meeting will be held of the
Delta Chi, professional Florida Riflettes, Thursday, 17
conspicuous journalistic society, will hold an Sept. at 7:30 p.m. In Room 107,
organizational meeting tonight at Military Building. Members are
7:30 in Room 218 In the Florida requested to be present at this

'Union. meting In order to elect: new
consumption Plans for the fall rush will officers for the coming school
be discussed and all members arc
year.
urged to attend.

it1iLr1: Members who are unable to
attend are asked to get in contact
with sponsor 11. G. (Duddy) Davisas Humanities Club

siiyle soon as possible. The Humanities Club will

present "Lust for Life", a movie
French HistorianFrench about Vincent Van Gogh's life, In

historian Jacques Code- cinemascope and color', In Walker

Two kinds of people drive an Alfa Romeo 2600. The speed, 5 passenger, Giulia TI sedan for $2,995 chot will speak at the Universityof Auditorium Wednesday, Thursday,

connoisseur; the fine car enthusiast. One proclaims P.O.E. While the 2 seat, Giulia Spider sports car Florida this week as the Department and Friday at 7 p. m. and Junday
of History Introduce afternoon at 2 p. m. AdmissionIs
he's driving the best money can buy. The other with custom body by Farina is only $3,395 P.O.E. a new doctoral program. Basedon free.

simply wants a classic,high performance car without ($3,450 P.O.E. West Coast). Coupe models avail. the National Defense EducationAct

mortgaging the family heirlooms. able.Also detachable hard tops for all Spiders. the new program offers a Talent ServiceAny
Ph. D. in Modern
Both appreciate the 2 + 2 seating capacity and cus Travelling abroad?Save money.Order your car here. European
History.
tom body by Touring. The forward speeds, double Pick it up overseas.Ask your dealer for details.romeo. Lectures will be given by God students whodulr to participate -

overhead cam shafts, cylinder aluminum engine, Q chot, In French, Wed. Sept. 16, InStudentGovernment
and three, dual-throated Solex carburetors. J P open and Thurs. Sept. 17, at 7:30 p. m. talent performances are requested -
to with the Student
For normal driving, three"throats" are in action.At Q o I f in University Auditorium. Government register Talent Service in

higher speeds, the other three cut in to provide one a a Angel Flight Room :310 of the Florid Union..
"rye N There is an immediate need for
choke per cylinder. No wonder this car is easily
one banjo player; also someoneto
capable of over 120 m.p.h. with power to spare. Angel Flight meets Thursdayat for the
play honkeytonk piano
2:30 p. m. in the ROTC Bldg.
The cost: including a standard equipment list that Room 26. Speakeasy.

contains most items other makes charge for as

"extras," $4,995 P.O.E.Or you can own a 5-forward 231 Jotmton"..., N.w rt t N. I.-1700 0* ,A<...:..|IMC*11.C.M.
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EDITORIAL




Privileged Football SeatingThe



Alligator Is giving its privileged football seats back

and wishes Student Government and Blue Key would do the

same.
We don't believe In privileged seating at football games
for anyone..not even us. '


p The Student Government (SO) Committee on Football SeatingIs

currently using a plan whereby SG,Blue Key and The Alligator

receive preferential seating over other groups.
This approximately 400-seat privileged bloc coupled with "IT ONLY HURTS WHEN I LAUGH"

1,400 people who sit In the card section takes almost 2,000 of

th- best seats away from the Student Body In general.
FROM THE THIRD FLOOR

The SG football seating committee, headed by past Student A Sleeping Administration?

Body Vice Pres. Hugh McArthur, has done much this year to

better the seating situation and clean up what has always beena DON DAVIS

messy problem. They deserve praise for this. ColumnistAt

For the first time In years, the non-bloc students are gettinga
the outset of last spring's Student V.O.T.E. stables and put him in a prime
fair shake under McArthur's plan and we are glad. The blocs
Government (SG) elections, few people gave a position to carry the party's banner this spring.
will all sit on the south side of the 50-yard line and those studentsnot
chances at But regardless of all the confusion GatorParty's
nickel for Ken Kennedy's ,
sitting In blocs will sit north of the 50. As we see it, that'sas plugged
the student body.In sweep wasn't strong to
fair as one could hope for. winning the presidency of enough take*
fact, things looked so bad at one point V.O.T.E. Party's majority position In the

We just wish the SG committee would go the rest of the way that Steve Freedman, now administrative aide Legislative Council.

towards cleaning up the seating: situation. to Kennedy, had a frank conversation with Ken. Committee assignments were decided by the

The arguments used by SG people for privileged seating are He was supposed to have told Kennedy to preparefor V.O.T.E. Party majority leadership and In

these; the worst.Everybody was pretty discouraged.But addition to occupying a minority status in the

the unexpected happened. It Legislative Council, Gator Party faced the

--SO, Blue Key and The Alligator are the people who do the became apparent during the day that V.O.T.E. problem of getting the opposition party's supportfor

extra work around campus for the Student Body In general. Party's overwhelming fraternity block was not their programs.

Therefore, they deserve extra recognition I.e. choice seatsat delivering the support expected. In addition, First came cabinet appointments.In an almost

the football games. the weather, while briskly cold and a little unprecedented move, the Council rejected one

--It's always been done this way and nobody minds anyway. windy, was fair without a cloud in the sky.It cabinet nominee as "inexperienced." At the

--The law students, married students, and medical students, was a perfect day for a maximum turnoutof time, many felt that rejection of John Hancock's
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should have the 1,400 seats In the card section because they the independent vote, along appointment ?s Secretary of Academic Affairs

are more stable and more able to handle the job of flashing the with fraternity and sorority was based on personalities.

card at the appropriate time. No one else Is as dependable.The defectors needed to swing the Purchase of an $80 dictaphone for SG office

election for Kennedy. use was refused on the grounds that It would
Alligator answers these reasons this way: Gator Party In that first not add to efficiency and was unnecessary.This .

campaign grasped control of past summer trimester drew to a close
-.If we are going to give a break In football seating to the
every Big Five office exceptthe with the budget and finance committee of the
groups that do the extra work fcr the UF (I.e. SG, Blue Key,
SG treasurer position. It council haggling over whether to approve a
and The Alligator), then we must Include the choral union,
was here, some political budget for a floor vote. Kennedy wanted the
the rifle team, the swim fins, %the University Religious
sources speculated, that appropriations made. Lane even hit a little
Association, and all the other worthwhile groups, many of
Greek votes) botched the static trying to persuade the boys. And as
whom work as long and as hard as the "Big Three." The
situation for V.O.T.E. A few reported earlier the delayed.
results would be a student section one seat wide and 10,000 DaVISfelt budget was
disgruntled student politicians Freedman, commenting in an offthecuffInterview
rows high.
that Greeksuppoithaddeliberately"single- said "It's like going out to build a

--Yes, It has always been done this way. Perhaps we are shot" Fred Lane to victory. According to the house with your hands cuffed."

the only ones who will complain. But then again perhaps not. tale told, sucii a one-man victory for Lane According to Freedman, V.O.T.E. Party has

We can't Imagine the student body In general not minding a set him up as the only vote-getter In the been making a mes of the practice of replacing

seating set-up such as this. But, perhaps, the people In SG council members In an effort "to get warm

are right and nobody DOES mind. College Is TransitionalEDITOR bodies there" at Council meetings.If .

: what he says Is true, V.O.T.E. Party has
--We grant that the married students, the law students, and replaced something like 70 per cent of. the
the medical students are probably in general the most mature Many of the present freshmen at the University council's membership which really, when you

groups on campus although we can remember one game last have been Indoctrinated with different views think about it, doesn't do a great deal to aid
year when they threw all the cards up In the air Instead of about the trials and tribulations of Jhe college continuity of progressive (sound of drums,crash

performing the tricks. But why can't other groups be given student. One explanation of the college of thunder, flash of lightning) STUDENT
the opportunity to sit In the card section IF THEY WANT TO? experience though Is not thoroughly emphasized. GOVERNMENT.

To me college is an adjustment or transitional Freedman's statement vigorously refutedby
If a group did not follow instructions one game, it could be period between adolescense and maturity.In was and
former treasurer
excluded from further drawings. Each group would also be aware two distinct areas this adjustment takes V.O.T.E. Party
of'tb.1a which Is the that Imposed on who Legislative Council member Al Leonard.
penalty, same as groups place, how complete the adjustment in each "This summer marked the nrst.time that
abuse their bloc seating privileges. area depends upon the individual. These areas
Wouldn't this work? Are there no other groups who want tosft are those of Social and Scholastic: nature. The Legislative" Council has been a deliberativebody
line In the card section? he said.
on the 50-yard label for each area is to connotate
a general
in a
"We had the best Legislative Council
Idea and not a specific one. Thus, Scholastic
long time. For once, Independent thinkers
means, the area of learning and
study not dominated the Council's actlvltles.lt was DOt a
0 C S C S CSS being confined to. achievement la the
area of the
ease of trying to be a thorn In the side of
grade point average Social adjustment Is not administration he added.
,
When The Alligator was Informed of Its "cpeclai" seating confined to relations with the opposite sex or According to Leonard, the action of V.O.T.E.

arrangements, UM board of editor's met and decided unanimously frat parties, but In areas of communications members, led by Buddy Blain, former majority

to reject 8G' kind offer. with others, conveyance of abstract Ideas, role leader and Floyd Price, In delaying budget

W. Informed the committee chairman that we would Ute to playing, etc.Adjustment. approval was based on principle rather than
be put "back In the bat" with the other groups and considered In these areas come thru learning politics.

the "Blf Three," DOW the "Big Two," privileged seating plan and experience. It Is true that you can't buck Kennedy's platform remains at this time with

u unfair to the student body la general. the system without paying for It, but you can 50 per cent to be completed. Elections are

Wt are sorry to be so obstinate. But because we feel we are rock the boat if itservesthepurposni personal slated for Oct. 1. Both parties want to win.

DO better than other students who receive their stats accordingto adjustment. I mean to say that by adjusting yon V.O.TJB. would like to keep the Council

chance, The Alligator kindly refuses the traditional off ar have certain set limits within which you can control for morale purposes, a few spoils and

and chooses to take Its chances with tbt rest of the students... modify your character and personality but you Perhaps take credit for possible future achieve
GG and Blot Key, It's your play. are Dot called upon to be a walking student ments.
number.
m Gator wants to get the monkey off its back.
1i\ For many students adjustment Is hard, but The be a
campaign this fall will probably
It should be
noted that the class of 68 will be can'tdo
TODAY'S QUOTE lucky If 40% of their classmates ever receive situation with Gator Party brayln "We And
a degree. Adjusting mjthin for them folks on dat council.
doesn't
come easy and It V.0.TeE. will whut JOlt
"Only great mID have great doesn't stop once you are thru your freshman answer "Boy, talktoj
defects." year, but this Is the time the right step must 'bout? This here Is a simple. case cfyo'sleeping
La Rochefoucauld be made. on the job."
Then an afterthought, If 'Sides, U yo' jot a
majority what do with It?"
i n 1 $1 1t ltUlt 1l t 1 1209 Robert 1/2W.),1. Keyserllng University, 6ED A fitting conclusion you reckon might you'd be, "Only the

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The Wrong CandidatesEDITOR \' Tolbert Says Thank You' I IEDITOR



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and staging this social was responsible for its
Although I commend the
Alligator Editorial As spokesman for the men of Tolbert Area, overwhelming success. I hope that all Universityof
Staff for casting aside the yellow stripe which I want to express a public "thank you" to the Florida socials this year will have as wonderful
has, for so long a time, run up and down their women of Jennings Hall for the fine time they A response as Saturday night's Jennings -__
spine, they have Indeed endorsed the wrong showed us and many other Florida men at UF's Tolbert social.
set of candidates for the Offices of Presidentand first social of the year given Saturday, August
Vice President of the United States.
Wayne Thomas
I agree with the "Staff" that their decisions 29.The hard work done by these women In promoting President, Tolbert Area Council
will not always "mirror a campus-wide
mandate" and suggest to them that the mandate
from precinct 31 the campus precinct, If
there Is a mandate at all, would be In favor
of the Goldwater Miller ticket. I believe the
results from this precinct will bear me out
on November 3. NOTICE
I'm a little tired of hearing people talk about
Goldwater and the "Reactionary Right", and
suggest to such persons that the "Liberal .
Leftist" ticket of Johnson and Humphrey requirea '
closer look into just what it Is they offer us.
r
For I doubt that any reasonable person would
take Issue with me when I suggest that the
A D A Is at least as far on the left of centeras APPLICATIONS for Editor and four Section Editors,
the Y A F Is to the right of it.(I'm not a
member of either group.)
It's my considered opinion that it takes ',,. NEW ORANGE PEEL, will be accepted until
colossal gall to endorse a candidate for the
Vice Presidency who has a voting record
which merely rubber stamps the A D A's NOON TODAY (WEDNESDAY)

"super liberalism", (It Is to be noted at this
point that the Alligator editorial of endorse- a Qe
ment mentions only Lyndon Johnson, but he
by the Board of Student Publications.
who votes for Lyndon Is stuck with Hubert,
,
like It or not and so the Alligator has endorsed \

Humphrey as well.) Application forms are available in Room 9 of the
., .
Do I hear voices from afar telling me thatit '
is unfair to say that Hubert Humphrey"rubber
stamps" the A D A? I submit evidenceand
my Florida Union. You must obtain an official ap't.' .
let my fellow students be the judge. : \ "'.
Since his election to the Senate In 1948, on .
194 Issues tabulated by the A D A from 1949 plication form to be considered. ;
1964, Sen. Humphrey has voted with the
organization 191 times. Well, you say,he thought
for himself 3 times out of 194, Isn't that ---BOARD OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS
significant? Could be, but I quote from the
June 20, 1957 Issue of the CONGRESSIONAL
RECORD, page 9807 where Sen. Humphrey Is
quoted as saying:
"So far as the A D A is concerned, I, too,
am one of its officers. I think it Is no secret >A
that on occasion this great, organization has
seen fit to chastise me, and perhaps properlyso.
Perhaps I did not understand why at the

moment, but their judgment was undoubtedly UtVett inn .
better than mine." -
I don't want this sort of a man one heart .
beat from the presidency.

Douglas M. Mldgley

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Cafeteria 'Home1For



I .I GATOR CLASSIFIEDSFor -I Sigma Chi's




I Sale I I Wanted ] I Real EstateFOR J Editorial ERNIE Assistant LITZ personnel upon minor furor exchanging when: among he kept the substituting Insisting cafeteria-


entries In the menu.
1964 HONDA 150. Excellent MALE Roommate needed to share SALE -Lovely,contemporaryhome When Is a house not a home? One of the big problems Incurred -
condition. $425. See at Shady Nook expenses In modern apt. 4 blocks 2 blocks from campus in When you're a Sigma Chi at Is that bringing In guests.
Trailer Park, Lot 15. 3101 SW from campus. Call 378-2185. (C- Southwest section. Cypress family the UF. Usually In any fraternity, mem-
34th Street. Off Archer Road. 6-2t-p). room; imported shutters. Fiber- The UF's chapter of Sigma Chi bers can bring in guests at a
(A-6-4t-c). J glass screened verandas. Maple fraternity Is currently awaiting cost to the fraternity, but without
WANTED 2 girls to share houseat parquet; tiled baths, skylights. completion of their new house on their own dining room all membersIn
HOUSE TRAILER 1952 Model 218 NW 19th Lane. Call Jennyat Glass walls overlooking ravine. Fraternity Row. Until then they the cafeteria must pay for the
Schult 8x40, wall to wall carpet, 6-4806.(C-6-3t-c). Easily converted Into two apart- are eating nightly in a reserved meals of their guests.
In good condition. $995. Call after T ments If desired. Especially Ideal section of the main cafeteria on "I guess that will take Bare of
5:30 FR 6-0790.(A-7-2t-c). WANTED 1950 thru 1954 Fords for couples, nurses, and single i campus.All the freeloaders' remarked
r and Chevrolets. Al Herndon's professors. Call p.m. for appoint- of the 125 who attended last Brother Jim Weir conservatively.
1 LIVE tamed woodchuck; 3 Service Station, 916 S. E. 4th ment. FR 2-0328. (I-5-6t-p). night are eating under the Univer- Brother Jim Weeks suggestedthat

electric shavers, Schick, Remington Street.(C-5-20t-c). sity Food Service meal plan. The Kappa Alpha Theta sororityalso
and Norelco. Call 2-1162. Sigma Chi's will be In the plan ( planning a new house) come
(A-7-lt-c). WANTED Sales Manager for I until they move into the new house. over and Join them at the cafeteria.
I r
Student Publications. Studying Autos Brother John Ritch caused a "We're getting. lonely," he cried..
LEITZ BIMONOCULAR MICRO- accounting with 6 hours minimumto I .
SCOPE 3 objectives with case. date. This is a trainee position CUE STICK BILLIARDS
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33 Buckman "B". FR 2-9317.A- Is $10.00 per week for sales 7-lt-p). Food Fair Shopping Center HIFIRADIOS
7-5t-p). manager job. Apply Student I
Gators & GirlsWELCOME
Publications Office in the Florida MUST SELL 1964 Corvair Monza.

AIR-CONDITIONER, 17,000 BTU, Union.(C-3-tf-nc). (Radio, Automatic transmission
push button by Emerson, $165; factory air-conditioning.) Still
two month old woman's bicycle, under new car warranty. Call 376- HOME & AUTOPHONOGRAPHS

$25; Master's cap & gown, $20. 0794.(G-6-5t-p).

Anytime at 3631 E. UniversityAve. I Services ] KLEANAMATICLAUNDRY
(Cottage #1). Or 6-3261, Ext. 1961 VOLKSWAGEN. New engine,
2219.(A-7-2t-p). good condition. Call 372-1369 after AND

.. 5 p.m. (G-5-3t-c).
COLLEGE RADIO SHOP
COLT Buntline .22 $65 .22 Rev. DRY CLEANING
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teaching, five years summer mission. Need cash $575. Call QUALITY IS
MOBILE HOME 1962 Wolverine recreation. Ten dollars a week. John Taylor 376-9204.G-3-5t-p).

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$2500, or equity and take up
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one owner,
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Village, lot 26. Phone 378-2049. 13th Place, Lincoln Estates. Call
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EXPERIENCED White housewife 1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA

I WantedPART I desires days work. Will sew,cook, Convertible, power brakes and ATTENTIONto
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Box 341F, GalnesvllleXM-3-5t-c( ). University personnel.We .

TIME Motorcycle or employ two full
FREE Budget book and INSURED KISER'SOFFICE
scooter mechanic. Only Savings information for married I Lost & Found I time experienced
experienced persons need apply.
couples.No obligation. Phone 376- EQUIPMENTWe mechanics. If you
See Mr. Streit at streit's Bicycle,
9783 between 1 and 4
61|W. Univ. Ave. (E-7-St-c). p.m. 78 are having car
(M-MOt-c). have
r- FOUND Ladles wrist watch near troubles of kind
r any ,
A PIANO PLAYER Is needed to Fla. Gym. Owner may claim upon USED TYPEWRITERS
WILL CARE FOR A child 3 yearsor JUST CALL US. .
accompany the P.K. Yonge Lab identification and payment of Ad.
older in home. Nice fencedin
School Chorus for one hour a day. my Bill Luecklng, 847 South Hall. EXCLUSIVE FR 6-8223
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25341. (E-Mf-c).
8:55 only
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Named Trustee Wednesday, Sept. 16, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7 '




Robert Lee. 3 AS, has been
elected to the Board of Trusteesof

Circle K International. Lee was
elected at an International conven-
tion In Chicago, III.

Circle K, a college service ,t ,
organization affiliated with the ,e
'
Kiwanis Club '
International, KI
,
Is divided into 12 major districts,
two of which are assigned to each 4r
international trustee. Lee servesas
advisor to the Ohio and Florida

districts. As a district advisor,
he attends the district conventionsand .
e ?
handles district cor-
respondence to the International

organization.Lee .
,
attained his present status r }
after considerable service to the f

UF club and to the Florida district, a H !

serving as a director, presidentand
1- LEEInsurance charter president of the UF
.'.,
club, and governor of the Florida :. ,

district In 196364.As Ty ,I
Talk
governor, he led 24 clubs Y I ,
r".Nr i lllI
t9F
and 500 men, traveled over 5,000 f / rr y
miles, and wrote in excess of
Set ThursdayThe
{ 600 letters. Majoring In political !

science, Lee has Interests includ-
I
relationship between Blue ing politics, boating, and flying. i"i \ USW
I Cross voluntary hospital insurance A member of Alpha Tau Omega

and the health problems of Flori- fraternity and the Gator Party, !S' ,
dians will be described Thursdayby he has served as chairman of S Y r1'g// II f 11 11Y 11y

H.A. Schroder, executive director off-campus campaigning and lower :Y
of the state's Blue Cross slate coordinator for the fall
I Blue Shield plan. elections. He is also the president *

Schroder, who has headed the of a New York charter boat
Florida Blue Cross Blue Shield corporation.The I
r
[ plans for 18 years, will addressa UF club Is presently under : 1 7

3:30 p.m. management semi- the leadership of Bill McCollumas
nar held for UF hospital personnelIn president and Professor John

Gainesville. He Is from Jack- Paul Jones as faculty advisor. '
sonville.He Recent UF club projects Included ,

will discuss the implications sponsoring the polio vaccine drive,
r
of the wide-spread use of volun- working with the local Boy's Club,
tary hospital and medical Insurance planning a juvenile rehabilitation

in over-all health and wel- welfare project and preparing a / {Fv1Y

fare planning in the state. parade.program for the Homecoming U


Circle K club meets every
Ag Extension Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., in the

Florida Union. .
,4 I
50 Years OldThe Js : e l



Florida Agricultural Extension y

Service will mark its 50th 'ter Ib :., ANNOUNCING.
"
'
Anniversary Year at Its annual ".,..,.c I""" s

conference, September 15-18 witha ....... .
..
.
look Into the future.Dr. ." ;,,," I'
J. Wayne Reitz, president,
University of Florida, will open l" .':: ;I THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR'SSPECIAL

the conference with an anniver- ."...'". .....'. '
sary address highlighting the past '''Y; : .j
and the present In cooperative j(' ; SATURDAY

Extension work. ;::

Dr. M. o. Watkins, director of .. .
the Florida Agricultural Exten- ::'
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sion Service, will point .up Ex- FOOTBALL ISSUES

tension's responsibility in putting 'Z

Operation DARE --the Universityof IWI". .f'c' AEr. :: .lJ
Florida's new concept in deve- .
loping agricultural resources effectively ./ ,.. ...1
LN A4u. ---------------" -
--to work.Orchesis .
DUNAVANTNuclear
e INTERVIEWS 4, A MESSAGE FROM
Slates Science


Open HouseThe Assistant NamedDr. COACH RAY GRAVES

UF Orchesis modern dance
Billy G. Dunavant is the .
group has scheduled an open house
Thursday at 7 p.m. In the Womens new assistant director of nuclear e SCOUTING REPORTS ON OPPOSING TEAMS
sciences at the UF, Dr. GeorgeK.
Gym.Linda of nuclear sciences -
Hymes, president of the Davis, director
dance group, also Invited those announced today. e INTERVIEWS WITH OPPONENT COACHES
will be particularly
Interested In stage production, Dr. Dunavant
choreography concerned with the operation of the
techniques, cos-
tumes, lighting,make up and sound. Nuclear Sciences Building and with the e FEATURES ON GATOR PLAYERS ;,
The Orchesis Is a nationally recognized the radiation safety aspects of
nuclear He will also
program.
modern dance society
for on a research program on
men and women which has per- carry
formed for Gator Gras, Gator the uses of radioactive Isotopes in

Growl tions ,and Florida WUFT Players dance programs.produc- unusual Prior biological to accepting situations.the newposi- Be Sure To Get Your Issue At

tlon. Dr. Dunavant was associate
of radiation biology and
the professor university's radiation control The Stadium Each Home Game

Interns To Meet officer.
Dr. Dunavant has been assistant .
to the director of the U.S. I The Florida I

Student's In elementary educa- Atomic Energy Commission
tion, music, and art who plan to Isotope Division at Oak Ridge,
Intern In winter trimester 1964- Tenn., a research associate at ALLIGATORLee r

as will meet Sept. 22 at four o'- the Argonn National Laboratory
clock In room 203 of Norman Hall. and a featured lecturer with the .....
This Is an Important meeting be American Institute of Biological

cause students their Sciences Visiting Biologists Pro- ,. '" ..
will pick up I :, -: : : -- '"
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Page 8, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday)(, Sept. 16, 1964 .

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GLENN LANEY

i. Sports Editor

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Maybe school spirit Isn't dead after all.
Impossible you say? You doubting Thomas you!
: The Bull Gatorallas Ray Graves) takes time out from his sweat
a" stained athletes to present his case before the rest of the student

;1 body.
( This Friday night, with rumpled schedule In hand Graves will
saunter forth to meet the multitudes. He plans to go over the whole
season...tilling is In on just what the season looks like from the other
side of the fence. His talk will be accompanied by slides highlightingsome
of the points Graves covers.
The whole thing centers around the second annual pep rally. r PEP RALLY 1963
I There will be majorettes, the band, majorettes, cheerleaders, iPiIE J IMIW
majorettes, football players, majorettes and the choir. Things get
'; under way at 7:30 that night on the University Auditorium lawn. Go Gators Go!
So if classes are getting you down, If you are fraught with worry,

falling behind in your C-52 reading, or just generally fed up with Offense.This could be the key
your academic world, drop on by and see what our Leader has to word in Saturday's SMU game. Sports Fans

say about this season's grid group. SMU has several speedy sopho-
, Dallas worth opponents have decided to
Meanwhile, back In our y more backs, plus passing whiz
I r come clean with us. Their sports publicity office has finally leveled Danny Thomas. Thomas was
is with the world and admitted the Mustangs are going to use the two
here at the UF. Shame on fellows..as
you
platoon system so popular
second In passing and total offen-
If we didn't already know. sive yardage to All-American Don
Hayden Fry, head coach of the mustangs, attributes this startling
Trull last year In the Southwest
revelation to the quick rise of prominence by some of his sophomores.One Conference.
who stands out in our mind Is tailback Floyd Burke. This boyIs ; ,
Head Coach Ray Graves says It y
faster than fast..he's sudden. The ponies guide book lists him at j x'
touchdowns" to
will take "three
180, but our spies have him listed at closer to 200. He has been timed
win Saturday's !game. Yesterday
I at 9.8 seconds for the hundred yard dash. '
the end of contact
signaled heavy
. In fact this whole team Is fast. They aren't too big, but their speed ? ; ,.,
work for the Gators.
catch of boys by surprise.Bryant's .
, may some our Graves stressed goal line

offense and defense In yesterday's
drills. Due to Dora's visit Graves
j Win Machine feels the passing game Is three
or four days behind schedule.The .
defensive secondary has
shown marked Improvement In the

I Keeps Rolling Along last Morale two days.wise.,the Gators are rar-

ing to go. Graves said, "They yi k
don't need needling. They're readyto 1

: DAVE BERKOWITZ play a good ball game." f't- ; tt.: :
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\ Alabama lost several fine Stephens. Frank Whaley, 202, and 'I jj ;a... '.

t' players in Jimmy Dill, Ed Ver- Dale.Layton, 210, are still battling Jim
sprille Benny Nelson and field for the right end position. The Harmon
goal artist Tim Davis from the Coach Bryant will Experiment
1964 Sugar Bowl champs,but Coach with the three-team system if the
Paul "Dear" Bryant's football opportunity permits.The LaBrec*
! machine appears a good bet to Crimson Tide will host
! keep rolling along. Florida at Tuscaloosa on Oct. 24 Football I
The Crimson Tide is expected in what Alabama fans hope will

.[ to do as well if not better, than be a measure of revenge for last says. .
r It did in 1963 when 'Dama finished season's 10-6 upset. It was
p 8-2 with a 12-7 Sugar Bowl win Bryant's first loss at home.
over Mississippi. Alabama hasa Forecastswill

very good chance to win the
" Southeastern Conference crown AL CAIOLA CCVou can get more Insurance

and finish In the nation's top ten. later on, even If you can't pass

i There's trouble ahead for Ala- the physical exam at that time.,
bama foes In Joe Namath. Namath : be brought to
|t GOES I'II'
Hard to believe? Call me and
( was bounced from the team by
not show you how. No obligation.J?
\ Bryant for following training
rules but he has returned better you each FridayEXCLUSIVELY
\ behaved boy with his sights on WESTERN
< a brilliant senior year as a springboard -
\ to a pro career.
,

' With Namath in the backfield

. will be Hudson Harris, Ray Ogden .A in
. and Steve Bowman, the Tides most
dependable runner.Steve Sloan who
" had a large part In Alabama's
,), Sugar Bowl win will sub for THE FLORIDA

; Namath.Other players who Bryantwill tllxr .
t be counting on will be Wayne I
Trimble, Dave Ray and Larry Wall.
JIM LABREC ALLIGATORPick
The 'Bama line will be smaller

than most, faster than most, withi
plenty of agility. Jackie Sherrlll, 1 1105 W. University Ave.
,.ind captures the long,favored musicof
a 200-pound former fullback has
Gainesville
the wide open country is no one his Suite 4, of Nations
been moved by Bryant to plug
upa '
iver done befon If you like your sound 372-2357
weak spot at guard.Wayne Freeman big and brilllint. yet Supple ind sophisticated 20 Teams
with two years experience, Al Is the man for you. Hi hn i Top
, will handle the other guard spot. special way with i guitar Every one of
Paul Crane, 198, and Gaylon the sparkling dozen instrumentals In .the only selling
this exciting album is I rill winner! company Forecast of WeeklsGames
i McCullough, 210, will alternate
exclusively to college men.
a, at center. Both are battle tested AL CAIOLA: ON THE TRAIL Nationwide
veterans. At the tackle slots are AVAILABLE 'IN STEREO OR MONAURAL.AT College Life
Jim Simmons 195; Ron Durby, RECORD STORES EVERYWHERE.NIT .
210; Dan Kearly,226; and Frank
Oft InsuranceCompany Results of Major
McClendon, 240. Kearly and Me-

Clendon are seniors. .. I'Dirrisrs
[ Games plus Small
Alabama's best flanker is Charley ,
.
Stephens. The 195-pounder will

see plenty of duty at left end, of course College Scores
especially on defense. Tommy of America

Tolleson, 190, Is extremely fast
I and should see action behind


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The Florida VQ1.i/, No. 'ers9 v --Z' dO, K) ,Vednesdo ep. 6o, 1964 ThE MEEP SOuTH S flNEST COLLfGE DAiL Presidential Hopefuls Invade Florida LBJ Speaks To Laborites On Medicare MIAMI BEACH ['P1) -Pre ide nt Johnson, made a In't -dit h pitch for his medicsrN program yesterday while tellIng 4,003wlldl che+ ring delegates to a labor convention, the nat on, has~It nvr cmijoyed greater prosperity. 'The Chief ExN utivt, making his second visit to iii. South in five days, spoke at the ronveithon of the Inter nations! As sodation of Machlrmts mnd then flew to Cape Kennedy where he toured the nation's missile center. During his 90-minute tour of the rape the President pledged that "ss long as I am permitted to lead this country I will never atoept a place In space second to any other nation in this field." Johnson visited with the two astronauts scheduled to mike America's next space Voyage,dnned whltt coveralls and cap before entering a "clean room," where a delicate Mariner space probe Is kept, and viewed a giant Saturn rocket that was being fueled In a simulated countdown. "'If you believe In medical care under Social Security, now is the time to stand up and be counted," Johnson tolId his enthuistie Miami Beach audience during a The muei are plan, recently passed by the Senate as in amendment to a measure raising Social Security benefits, is in trouble in the House and it appears destined for certain burial by a eon. ference committee. The AFL-CIO urged the President to throw his full weight behind medicare, contending it may Wake the difference between vic-, tory and defeat in the November election. Johnson said new Jobs have been created at the rate of go,ooo a month In the last three and onehall year period compared to 40,000 a month during the preceding three and one-hal year period when Republicans hekld office. Factory workers' take home pay, he said, rose $3.43 cents a week, to tbe average in the 42 months alter Janunry, 1961. ThIs conpared to an increase of $1.25 per week in the previous. correspo i period, he said. The President saId the story was th. same in all sectors of 11* .conwmy. "Whether -e look tbromgh the eye. of ltbor, t'tit. collar or blue collar, farm.? or profnsslonat, Uhese are years of great success for all Amflicfls," be said. Then, iii a bid for aticcalsalt~y, t A JLaz>) JOH NSON Law maker on UF The University of annual Legislative Day will bring 275 lators, c abi net spe ia guests to campus Sept. i. Privileged Grid Seating Rejected the Aligtor board of editors has voted not to accept he prvileed fotbal bloc seating arrangement offered by Student Government and yesterday osked to be placed bock sin the hat' wi th the rest of the blocs., For the 'why' behind the decision, see Privileged Football Seaflng,' on editorial, on Page Four. GOLDWA TER annually ,rmit 'I,' i'e Inf.,i tmailom in mli aines-rend progi m. ~Ih aas ut will rce to stay In lica! motels Friday ini L nat. Saurdiiy an ru.,.t, of thn Char, Day Campus I lorida's third Appreciation Florida legismembers and the UIraversity Gldy T e by the day is set side University and the .1 G. 1*1.l b0 af lwr of ( ommlcre. F ollowijig the planfici iihmring tttiyittis, leigisi tor, will mettetu the rirst fOOttb.lI Kamn' of te srjson h em n t tei shty it -lorida meet' Sinuth.,, %lMthodlst Utniv.rsity oin I lordam laid ii PgIst rat ion will Iwg In i' h1 Student Servir. ( ent. r .1 9 a.m0. Sturdy. Thb. pirog rm 'i i nchedulrd for I 0:15 4.r1. 'ii the secnd loo oftie SttuI,'(nt erice .Center. It will bw roliowil by a harbev le at I i 4' .s.Ir. n the -main floor df the Student ( enter. (ator ( 04(h Ray Gray-. will d liver pre-game remarks 'luring thme .bazbecte. viii., Chamber of Comm. t3xptNSs appreciation to the lature for 11% servIce on of higher education, mnd Turnsi Not V Miamnt (ITPI) -Hurricane Gladys turned more toward the .north anid weakened yesterday, glvin~g the battered Atlantir .eaboard a breathing spell In the midst of 1964's busy tropical .storm Season. :* Hurricane hunter planes resumed on-the-spot trsaking of .,Gladys in daylight and found the seventh tropical twhiter of .*: the season redticed in power from 90 mile an houR windI .s-:to bare hurricane for., or '75 m.p.h-. '' The weakening tendency and change in course lessens with each passing day mny potential threat or hurricane Gladys hitting the U.S. mainland, forrestels sid. 'V. Barry A Demos, tffacks Then Mc ama ION SPENCEE Executiv. Editor l ANIX) (Special) --Senator Ha rr LGoldwjte r hr.ved the rain her r y sit rily .flrnoon to launch ii yerb,. .rssult at the 'emjoira ti, anmnistrao in gene ri ad Sec rat,,ry of tDefense Itobe'rt Mr N mwin in parteulmr. lz, rn-I thu Orlando Al rport, Sfew hOulS Id icIVCifC rot's (old watej s.uppnorte rs w. ted in a light I'it Icl for Ih. Senator, who took 1hw most of his chance to din redli the .Iohnxsot administration. i,, irking t h at the manfy if the, l lim (r it% fr ilgl policy, lfhlw 'ii I 1,iimh,.ri Into his brief "w'e A rl'.,,.ia,, love rain,"' he beg "far we doin'i Ke1 much if It ihil that ,. I take evet y upIM~rII. baen hmald up h,1. prepared rictes, sI, *w ig thn ( rwowd th. bluir, d Ink a sultng frnm the Icownp~h~m ."It .orl a! remlinds Ii,. 4ol Irotoirsoil n pro am,''he ,.,id lahcy Iuook ikay 'tat they don't eomnplclIey tby IIhe *na ,,i ihi. Spetct h, hit hai.i at MrNamnra, w.rnIng 1h ukrwd that he (oidwater) had iw plan'. to move milil.ry basrn fron' -lurid., "It you re -,l.ct lohlmon aiwd keep Mt N a mI It Goldwater w a t,' ut' you' a goig to se. the tbd.%* ti,,,rd down. Who has im i ihed sirat.gtc '.1reogtb,' he IS. tIed.4. Not Goldwater'" Iihe 1 ripping sentitor 'jul'kjy retoiied, tng negala wil Oi um .I claim, that the grinllenman ini limp Whit. IHowse named MeNainari its don. more to cuarantew. us nej. srlking for' a ii the I970". han iiy other mmi,',"ldwairr idded. lie riepeatrl that he would not I ZESS fny of F IorIia' military Col a. er th,,n~ turned to Social S., wilty, br lefty dl. fussing tomn. curty progl nm. "I *4% t i,1 without these thirg'.," h. said, a i rontltmted his brief esxaminatlo Af the Isuits of the Social S. Uty program. The F-reisrh Socli Security .ya(sim ,tart.1 to 192M .sd wow face. banktUpICy," he claimSd. He said the same thing will fire the AuierIran ,ystem for the suit, mason, namely that Arneric.*s tan *tand Jast so nwch out of their pockets to ,uppott tlwse programs. ie ,tre,,.d his b.Uiet thial II, J J

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[he Hlod AIhyutor,__Wededoy,j 6p. ? 64 Miule LBJ r Tells Crowd Discriminated .1 11.1 'I Li' -' n (, :0 [ J~'lh 01ii -I 'I FOUR LOVELY ladies pose bom e entrance sign tot te Wi jam Walden Carry Memorial Village. It soa natural since they're four of the five finaflsts for the title of Mrs. Corny Village. From left to right are Mrs. Marilyn Heier, whose husband is studying engineering; Mrs. Yvonne Stokes, whose hubby is in entymology; Mrs. Salty Simcoke, whose spouse studies business administration, and Mrs. Carol Miller, whose husband is in chemistry. Not pictured: Mrs. James Wanna Buy Pssst. ..Hey, you wart. buy a post office for your very own? It's no secret, the old GaInesville Post Office, jtist off the square, is up for bids. The builin will be vacated by rederdl offices Ina few weeks when they move into the new Federal Building. Already there have been several groups expressing an interest In the old building and the four -tenths ae sville city officials and Alachus County officials have asked that the building be donated for a healthoreducatioaalpurpose. The Gainesville Fine Arts Assocliatlon, seeking the building KFLA. UNION compete in the Mrs. University (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) A Post Office? for a fine 'arts or cultural center, was the first group to receive discouragement. The Florida Development Commission, which has the duty of processing a ny request to have the federal property turned over to local officials, announced to the County Commission that .fine arts center may not meet federal requirements for the building. Aiachua County School Boa.rd als uin their request frthe through County Commissioner Jack Durrance that should they receive the property, and should they have extra sp.ce, they would provide room for., fin., arts critter. BARBER SHOP Basement Of Fia. Union Open: 8-5 PM M-F Sat. r .-S -of Florida contest. I. III~I~. 'K I terrt0 ',, Spit ski-Ill dlent's p i-,t A ra rer I th tOp -Ievi LOP nto Johinscn's hom>' ener le i rits of itt cc 1 sure he now Claims to fivr." ~ntest Se t knowledge and a mature serne 'f 'The contestants Inclwde \lrs. Frederick Mill e r, Mrs. 3 re Ragans, Mrs. Barry Heler, Mi, James Simncoke and Mrs. Glenn Judges inlfe J. Silernn Mrs. Mary Turner, Dr.* Donald Avila and Mrs. it.L. Huffstetlrr, Jr., present Mrs. University of Florida. wwwww.mme

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State Gives Appro va Sitting Service Okayed C'P" lf *"I'S flrej PGD Housemother Ittr nt Fi,sIrm ,enti n' I awt'itant ittornlty genir I, that if ttierle, operate as set forth In thi II~&tIm mTIS 'cmi lim IdC(I me, there appears to be no lhg a! prohienm. Invoked. Barbara Magas, servh.' 'h rmntn, I d,' 'Weh b been armiously .aW iti ng this review. We think we hive an pxceflprit operitlitnal plint and Ae irn' enthusiastic about putting the babwItt itg served xi into effect as soon as pos> ipl. Based on our research arid p.'rsornaI ite v jews of parents and baby sitters during the summer trimne ste r. we recognized the iced for a trnily effective babysitting serve Ce. Tlhe plan is form ulat.d of the suggestions and information wi reu eked, and Is directed toward our 'oricept (if ChI tiasu! personal service. Our purpose is I w40(01( In iihit we assist parents in ohtanm qualified Ilibystters and create em~ployment situat Ions for I' F students," she said. The SG Baby sittitig Service is provideul for tfl mnembers of the student body, .ni versIty faru'ty, .tnd idmimist rallv, stiff. plirtirn i t of W'{,mtn I tori! bahis"it rio i rt 13 abysittinig h. His tiualifti to IL, Lin Itt t m en.fp 7U mu'ti.< I Im, itt,'. :' N itpr' o p tilhnittigpelsnhilI fm a ip i i it tf it Iiil.I'n0rd Of stuimnis c 1101n5 for prospe tiv. b lisitt s. flh mitmbl'rs hiv. regular iours In horm J(1l of thm F lot Pu Intori from I-., p. ni. %lonrIaN thm .ini Fridi b IL hmdi,' [,it ili ruiustfun h I,;sttt.'z 'ii tI b phn U 6-32W1 st. 1. I i k ls tI~ [eOtilildi! Ih P tbysittcrs rut iv, 3 1 Ii ut!, I hi. Journalism Dames 75 1.in. t ,Irs. kkernuiFtk' -itutinr I rile shtruiit Florida Rifles A m,.,tig of ill ijmlimbis iii thi loid tIfl si l' l I I's hI(I, I@am HI.A1IF,' hell [htii di; Iii ueet uifib ts ti th,. mit ROTC Reserve -a ,.~ ~~Iio i .th e iIimi iiuiiltn ifh r df tme ', lioul, t \ it i ii m Air 1-or, rtiiI ret h,. i ,iter .dl iy .n ie r 't id. Thrsi tff l' hmxuy hse prlim try resrr' isstigniti,t Or enroUl Inth, I.out sts to su4piCm rr t th11 F rip. ti tee ROTC Uniforms I t F For, <4.11 II tlj I. fl-, r I' siii r ilreui I Ir I.m4r m or' liml F ai suppl pII t L d t, suck Sfrinm Air S11:31) '. Il. 8.6 -It It t .Ii cnuption n Twokinds of people drive an AllaRomeo 2600 The connlolsseur, the fire car enthusiast One proclaims he's driving the best money canl buy The other simply wantsa classic, high performancecar without mortgaging the family heirlooms. Both appreciate the 2 + 2 seating capacity and cus tom, body by Touring The 5 forward speeds, double overhead cam shafts, 6 cylinder aluminum engine. and three, dual-throated Solex carburetors For normal drtvung, three 'throats'' are in action At higher speeds, the other three cut mn to provide one choke per cylinder No wonder this car is easily capable of over 120 m p h with power to spare The cost contains "extras."' including a most items $4 .995 P 0 standard equipment list that other makes charge for as EOr you can own a S forward speed. 5 passenger Giulia II sedan for $2 995 P0 E Whtle the 2 seat, GtuIta Spider spr~I i r with custom body by farmnd is only $3 395 P 0 l ($3.450 P OE West Coast) Coupe rmrdlls dVdil able Also detachable bad tops for all Spiders Travellimg abroad' Save money Order your car here Pick it up overseas Ask your dealer for details .9 -0 SDX Meets 7:3 iin loii I8 In hi' F loiii I ruiu'h illtar I .u. ill blmi ill u# ik t thu mImbuii 'lt o ill: itl thi a,' in Ible-t pithti~rtI Ip kim irv GIlttymnls 4 IW t u'iiti oloi Il II,! I ris ch hY.rtniowe iFhtu will k ix vihuru mve i 'liit In tutuli af4. I 5a [II. andl lhur9. sept. 4 at '1 II p. mi. in I'tivirslty AajIdIt 111m. Angel Flight An gel I l!ght ITIets flilrdayi 'ii 2:30 p., mi. in the HUI( Fildi. Irxonm ?m TH~ ECaM$RABLEW iIuIuh Fat SANDWICHES Florida Riflettes r\i.Itiig will iiide try IIiiilIt uf~ti,*i for Ihi, I. h ldl 101th ur,'s'it it this I', let e Humanities ihI fMmm Iai.'s Ipr~nta "j I ii fi tor i inemu-ri Wmii,'',r ,v m4 rid I ity i i 7 j. m. ifb iii .mi. ftr. Club j ut, wil lin W ulk. Ithuit,44y, mii ,iriday AulimIN rOtn Talent Service Aim v st,,le'rt, wluoii.%iz, tuijarti iii-Iimuc i v a I ii hi nmIn t.iit p.*r form,,aicm' .at, rvjius't i o ru'idstu'r with Ih,.'-,tuet. (,nv'rrnmiit liT lln S.rvIr'. Br, F"oonr 310 "f 1h-w Iioia U"io. TN*'rp is 41n Iimmriate rieu.-' lot onre bi., jo piayet; also sn.mflwoI Ii. pity liitk.'yltitk piano for the Si.ki.'.y. PtAMC DINING oR jus DINNERS II AM.2A.M. SenfoodA Senke Cian r i 11 A.M.-2 A.M. (Sielrane i

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3 J~j A~ J N IeN WDItORIAL l'rivi Iegel IFOOt ball -etn The Alligator is giving Its privileged football seats back and wishes Student Government and Blue Key would do the Same. We don't believe In privileged seating at football games for anyone--not even us. The Student Government (SG) Committee on Footbaji Seating is currently using a plan whereby SG, BlueKey and The Alligator receive preferential seating over other groups. This approximately 400-seat privileged bloc cooled with 1,400 people who sit in the card section takes almost 2,000 of Ibo best seats away from the Student Body In general. toot ball Pres. se ati zg seating committee, headed by Hugh MeArthur, has done much situation and clean up what has past Student this year to always been a messy problem. 'They deserve praise for this. For the first time In years, the nxon-bloc students are getting fair shake under McArthur's plan and we are glad. The blocs will all sit on the south sideorthe 50-yard line and those students rnot sitting in blocs will sit north of the 50. As we see It, that's as fair as one could hope for. We just wish the SG committee would go the rest of the wiy towards cleaning up the seating situation. The arguments used by SC people for privileged seating are These; --SG, Blue Key and The Alligator are the extra work around campus for the Student Therefore, they deserve extra recognition, at the football games. --It's always been done this way and nob -Te law students, married stUdents, and should have the 1,400 seats In the card sE are more stable and more able to handle the rards at the appropriate time. No one else people who do the Body in general. i.e. choice seats ody minds anyway. Medical students action because they jotb of flashing the eIs as dependable. The Alligator answers these reasons this way, --If we are going to give a break In football seating to the groups that do the extra work fer the UF (I.e. SG, Blue Key, and The Alligator), then we must include the choral union, the rifle team, the swim fins, .the University Eel igious Association, and all the other worthwhile groups, niany of whom work as long and as hard as the "Big Three.'' The results would be a student section one seat wide and 10,000 rows high. --Yes, it has always been done this way. Perhaps we are the only oaes who will complain. But then again perhaps not. .we can't Imagine the aStuent body in goner.] not minding.a seating set-up such as this. But, perhaps, the people in SG are right and nobody DOES mind. --we great that the married students, the law studnts, and th. medical students are probably is general the most mature YOW CC ttpun sltbott we can remember one game last year wham they threw all the caids '4 In the air Instead of performing the tricks. But why can't other grots be give. the opportmity to sit iin the cart metiwi IF THEY WANT TO? If a grow did iS follow Iznstructioms one pine, It could be excluded from further drawings. Each grow would also be sware of this pemehy, Which Is the same as that Imposed -n groups who abmse their bloc seeflzg privilege'. WoSldnt thi work? Are there meoter growp who nant to alt -n the 50-yard lime Is fl cart secio? C C C C C C C Whew The AlIgator ua ierued of Ms "special seating arrnngeme, be boast Sf editor's met and decidedaslmornly--' to rejedt DO's iead Onr. We aomed be committee Chairnsa that we would like to be -u '"heb is the hat" eiM te other gtep asd omed the "Dig Thr"ne m b "It Two," wftlksged sealing -la as ngit to t. sa body In general. we at. sorfl to he -o ab-tate. I became -et -a art -o haler mmn o r dat who melv their seats according to ac.8n the Atngmor kisly re.e the treditnmi t cb asd a.e to ta as Sbaues with be rest Sf be shia. WO anS 3la Key, its yer pAp. FROM TH E THIRD FLOOR Administration? CON DAVIS Coluniki At the outset of ist spring's Student Government (SG) elections, few people gave a plugged nickel for Ken Kennedy's chances it winning the presidency of the student body. In fact, things looked so bad at one point that Steve Freedman, now admInistrative aide to Kennedy, had a frank conversation with Ken. He was supposed to have told Kennedy to prepare for the worst. Everybody was prettydiscouraged. But the unexpected happened. It became apparent during the day that V.O.T.E. Party's overwhelming fraternity block was not delivering the support expected. In addition, the weather, while briskly cold and a little windy, was fair without a cloud in the sky. It was a. perfect diy !or a mnimuni turnout of the independent vote, along with fraternity And sorority defectors needed to swing the election for Kennedy. Gator Party in that first campaign grasped control of evvry Big Five office except the ZiG treasurer position. It was here, some political sources speculated, that Greek votes botched the situation for V.O.T.E. A few D~s disgruntled student politicians Dai felt that Greeksuppott had delItberaiely"singleshot" Fred Lane to victory. According to the tale told, euc'n a erne-man victory for Lane set him up as the only vote-getter in the College Is transition EDITOR.: Many of theprnsentfreshmenatthe Unlversity have been Indoctrinated with different views about the trial, and tribulations of he college student. On. explanation of ft college experience thoqgh is rnottborougthly emphasized. itionul perio between adol sene nd matuiy In twp distinct areas this adjuwtmnt takes place, how complete the adjtistrent in each area depends uwon th* Individual. Thege areas a,. these of Social and Scholastic mature. The label for each area is to aesats a pemerS idea aSd nt S specific em. Thus, ScholastIc means, the area of leaning and study at being comflued to achievemsnt ia the area of grade -om enrage. aochal adjustmena is not coniMas to rnaiomse with the qpostt. set or trat parties, but In areas of commicaUcs wit oter, coenyuacs Sf abstract ideas, role playing, etc. Adjuatmest in the areas wine Ihruharuing ad eqereacs. It is tru that ye. car't beck ta. -sys wagsu pala for it, but yon can rock tie boat if It arves the pose Sf personal adjutmeS. I mean to say that by Saetng you hae ertain met limits within which yea can modify your character and snonality hat ymu ate at called qcea to be a walking student V.O.T.E. stables and put hImn In a prin position to carry the party's banner tht spric, But regardless of all the confusion, C a Party's sweep wasn't strong enough hoi& V.O.T.E. Party's majority position ir Iy Legislative Council. Committee assignments were decided by tib V.O.T.E. Party majority leadership ani in addition to occupying a minority status In the Legislative Council, Gator Party faci'd t h" problem of getting the opposition party's suppit for their programs. First came cabinet appointments. In anan unprecedented move, the Council reJected or: cabinet nominee as "Inexperienced." At t time, many felt that rejection of dohn fanco k' appolntmnent ds Secretary of Academic Aft ilr, was based on personalities. Purchase of an $80 dictaphone for SG oifier use was refused on the grounds that it would not add to efficiency and was unnecess In. This past summer trimester drew to a c10se with the budget and finance committee Of th. council haggling over whether to approwe budget for a floor vote. Kennedy wanted thm appropriations made. Lane even hit a lltti. static trying to persuade the boys. And is reported earlier, the budget was delayed. Freedman, commenting In an off-the-ilt interview, said "It's like going out to build I house with your hands cuffed." According to Freedman, V.O.T.E. Party has been making a mess Sf the practice ofreplaciig coiffcil members in an effort "to get warm bodies there" at Council meetings. If what be says is true, VO.T.E. Party has replaced something like 10 per cent of, the council's membership which really, when y011 think about it, doesn't do a great deal to aid continuity of progressive (sound of drums, erasI' of thunder, flashdofllghtning) STUDENT GOVERNiMENT. Freedman's statement was vigorously refute by former V.0.T.E. Party treasUr a Legislative Council member Al Leonard. ta "Tis summer marked the first time ta Leilative Coqdil has been a deliberative "We bad the best Legislative CoiiCil in long time, For ance, hedstuadel thinkers ia-laaed the Ceece sttties. it was ot a case Sf trying to be a tern in the sie of tIe aistratce,'' h Sdm. Acoorting to Leat, ACtSo of v.O.T.E members, isd by awady Bain, former majority leader, aSn Foyd Price, in delaying bUdget appova tS based -n t~prhci rather ttiw politis. W0per cat to be compiled. ElectUo "r slated for Oc.1 Dct e fle wet tO Win V.0.T.3. ndud Rab to taeP 5 CWCUni control for om. puu ,s a tn sp11s an pethap take credit Mor pCSSiMA tare ache VSme-t. C) P A a U V 44~b The Body bettor SC Vice the "IT ONLY HURTS WHEN LAUGH"

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ii 'C ~( )I1'~ I ii I)411 -Ii~.iiik mnd Vice President of t l+tnft2 .tn I agree with the ''1 Il'" tU their 1*on will not ilway' "mirr',r I< imlpus 411T mandate'' and suggest to theni thi the m ani tie from precinct 31 -thr carnplts prei imt, if there is a mandate it all, would hf i. iir of the Goldwater -Miller I kt. I tueliev, flip results from (his pre ifl(t viii herrw u on November 3. Pin a little tired of herring people talk Ibtkh Goldwater anrd the "Xeat tiona ry Right'', n suggest to such persons that the "I Ibr Il Leftist" ticket of Johnson and Hiumphrt'y require a closer look into just what it Is the> offr r us. For I doubt that any reasonable person w40u11 take issue with me when I suggest that the A D A is at least as far on the I. ft if erteu as the Y A F is to the right of it, yI'mi uot member of either group.) It's my considered opinion that it takes colossal gall to endorse .I C ndidate for thm Vice Presidency who has voting record which merely rubber stamps the A [) A., ''super liberalism", (It point that the Alligator .mient mentions only Ly who votes for [ytudon Is to be noted it this editorial of endorsendon Johnson, but he is stuck with Ilubtrt, like it ot not and so the Alligator h is endorsed Do mphyear voices from afar telling me that it is unfair to say that Hubert Hurnphrey'ruhher stamps" the A D A' I submit my evludenhe and let my fellow students be the judge. Since his election to the Senate in l948, on 194 issues tabulated by the A I) A from 1949 1964, Sen. Humphrey his voted with the organization W9I times. Well, you say, hr thought for himself 3 times out of 191, isn't t ha significant' Could be, but I quote from the Jime 20, 1957 issue of the CQNGRESSIONAIL RECORD, page 9807 where Sen. Humphrey is quoted as saying: "So far as the A D A Is concerned, I, too, am one of its officers. I think it is no secret that on occasion this great, organization has seen fit to chastise me, And perhaps properly so. Perhaps I did not under-stand why it the moment, but their judgment was undoubtedly better than mine." I don't want this sort of a man one heart beat from the presidency. Douglas M. Mlduley The e Florida ALLI IGA TOR Sernd by United Press international angEditor. ............* .* .* EAcistlv, EaagEditor. .......... Assitast Mamnagn Editor. ...... Editra P~agEdtor. ........, Sport. Editsr. ........-----City Edttor. ......* .* ---C aupe Llvlqg Editor. .......* .* --* -...Walker Lwndy .oel Gason .*. ..Bany Casn -.Dave Bertowit. ...11. Hammock -*..LenE Lany --..lip H ad.? -JachIe Comb.e Edtttil ases.t -Bruce Dadly, Toys Levine, Jrn Cauteic, Ann Carter, Des Padr.-, Nacy Brnchwy, Erni. Lift (Circvhtks Maiaqer). teoaes -Ed Bflber (tigert Hadi Beat ChlQ), Patti Pitt (Stagsn Gcoyrsin esg Cuf), Trnt Skgpherd, EuIo. T.11, Cysdda rineun s MglSed, LAgs Fowlet, Bob Deleach, Fran Sne, Ge.,ge bume .,se LU., n.Ide Clme., Gerald Joins, Bill sa4si Cea Deckn, Jews Gates, Dar tb'u.y Judy KaagM, Ai S.I., .4w4.Bmr~wrg, Ens Lin-S, JoWaldorf, Mefl'"e" Buny lowrd, David KEsedy, Chil Eauney, iima Mc.,, uBal alrts, uarjonte Guma, hail C ai, Pie Ito.', Jairqe Dewsflsr, Thnct SmaS-ar, Marfly DerIshstla, Willam a N C El C I-I I A Ii fr ,c 'ii if I he fri It Ant K Ion APPLICArTIONS ~It -0 IN ,r'ai t ~ rt~Ji!''. a K. iy~. mon Arp. (ouncli for Editor and four Section will be accepted Editors, until NOON TODAY (WEDNESDAY) by the Board of Student Publications. Application Eonnis are Florida Union. You plication forn to be ---BOARD 0 FLI' rheU iversity available in Room 9 of the must obtain an official apconsidered 'F STUDENT PUBLICA TIONS inn "Ginesville's Finest" The place to meet Dancing Nightly 6P.M. to 2A.M. with Bobby Griffen's Combo Richard Parker's Oath. Co.a lie, Ph. Special Lunch from $1.26 Noon-2P.M. SPM-12 mldnlaht Seafood -Steaks 1)11 NEW ORANGE PEEL, a ..~ -*~ .a ..a -. a j .a. m M thee unnen in pt omoting Nesident. Tolbert

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Lee Named Trustee I' ------LEE Insurance Talk Set thursday Thb IeAtions hip be tw,,n [31ut t'ru's voluntary hospital insurance and hli health problems of FPobdimns will he described Thursday by P.A. Schroder, executive director if the stake's lBlu. russ Blue Shield plan. Schioder, who has headed the Elorid.i Blue Cross -Blue Shield plans for lB years, will address a 3:30 p.m. management semi nar held for UFE hospital personnel In G.dnesville. He is from Jack sonville. He will discuss the implications of the wide-spread use of voluntary hospItal and medical insurince In over-all health and welfare planning in the state. Ag Extension 50 Years Old The F loida Agricultural EdtenMion Service will mark its 50th Anniversary Year at its annual COnference, September IS-lB with Look into the future. Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, president, University of Florida, will open the conference with an annivensnry address highlighting the past and the present In cooperative Tension work. Dr. M. 0. Watkins, director of the Florida Agricultural ExdenSlon Service, will polnt ,up Fxtension's responsibility Ir putting ?)ertion DARE --the University of Florida's new concept in develOping agricultural resources .4'fctivly --to work. Orcihesis Slates Open House The ITE Orehesis modern dance group has scheduled an open house Thursday at '7 p.m. in the Womens Gym. itida Hymes, president of the dance group, also Invited those interested n t a ge production, choreography techniques, CoS.tumes, Ilkhtiug~makeupardsownd. Te Orc hesis is a nationally re. COgnied modern danc, society for men and women which has performed fo r GOdor Gras, G04cr Gro*l, Florida Players productMb. and WUFT dance programs. I t Ir I L' I t 2if chill, ilii 'r, ,!r e A .tr L'.r'hqI r et ad 300 mNI, tr ivel II -01 mfes trid wri Ilt o Ie n. *ff-i',iiiijiii n iIT]IlII[ i l udAi rIt mrmortf\ h e u meltctiors. iHe Is ilso Iih' president ot a New Yoi k chirir to it corporaltbit. nTh I'(tlb is p1 sintly inhidr the leadership of HID M t'ollum as president ilnd 1'rofessor John Paul Jones as ft ujlty advisor. liece it UE ci ul prowlcs innctided sponsoring the poIio vaccine drive, working with thji lot ii IBoy'' ( lub, planning x uei I. r.Ihbilitan we Ifare profr ct rid p riparring pro og r A mn Inn the Hiomw'omlng p ride. Circle K club mnepts every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., in the Florida Union. DU NA VAN T Nuc ear Science Assistant Named Dr. Hilly G. Dunavant Is 11h. new assistant director of nuclear sciences it the UF, Dr. (,eorge K. Davis, dirm tor of nuclear ,cleces announced today. Dr. IDunavsnt will ie partiriai irty concerned with the operiLOr of thw Nuclear Sciences Building and with tbe radiation s fiety a pects of fhr nuclear programs. He will also carry or, i research prog rim on the uses of radioacti'e Isctopr' In unusual biologic i lu itlto'. Prior to a< ceptiig the rw w pm I tion, Dr. DutnaVafl was asO late professor of r radiation biology and hsa unIveretV'S radiation control P -,

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rmn Pci~e 8, I~ I--.2~ Sf GLENN EANr Maybe school spirit 1<4 'i '1 dl ii. Impossible you SZIy" XOU dIIub11 [hoji >1u' [hr Bull Gitor(illet I? Iy V, v) tIkfs flune o'i, frqrci h -we It Stiniled athletes to pr.wnt his is e for, th+ Ie of the~ student botly. This Friday eight, with rumpled > i {dulp In bawL Ores wil saunter forth to meet the multitudes, lie plAns to go o' r the whole season.filllng is in on just what the season looks like from the other side of the fence. His talk will bie accomparnieil by slides highlightIng some of ft, points Graves covers. The whole thing c.nters aron the seroid annual pep rAWl. There will be majorettes, the band, pm yorettes, ihe, rlraders, majorettes, football players, majorettes and thr choir. Things get under way at 7:30 that night on the University Auditorium lawi. So if classes are getting you down, If you are fraught with worry, railing behind In your C-52 reading, or pust generally led up with your academic world, drop on by and see whit our l eader has to say about this season's grid group. Meanwhile, back in Dallas, our worth y opponents have decided to come clean with us. Their sports publicity offic* has finally leveled with the world and admitted the Mustangs are going to use the two platoon system so popular here at the UF. Shame on you feIlows.as Haye Frheadk .oah of the mustangs, attributes this startling revelation to the quick rise of prominence by some of his sophomores. One who stands out in our mind is tallbaek Floyd Burke. This boy Is faster than fast.he's sudden. The ponies guide book lists him at l80, but our spies have him listed at closer to 200. He has been timed at 9.8 seconds for the hundred yard dash. In tact this whole team is fast. They aren't too big, bot their speed may catch some of our boys by surprise'. Win Rolling Along DAVE BERKOWITZ Assistant Managing Editor Alabiana lost seve ral fir. players in Jimmy Dill, Ed Versprille, Benny Nelson and field goal artist Tim Davis from the 1964 SugarfBowl champs~bit Coach Paul "Boar" Bryant's football machine appears good bet to keep rolling aloig. Tle Crimson Tide is expected to do as well, if not better, than It did in 1963 when 'Brna finished 8-2 with a 12-'7 Sugar Bowl win over Mississippi. Alabama has very good chance to win the Southeastern Conference crown and finish in the nation's top ten. There's trouble ahead for Alabarn, foes in Joe Namath. Namath was bounced from the team by Bryant for not following training rulen, but he has returned a better behaved boy with his sights on a brilliant senior yearasa springb o ard to a p ro c a re e r. b a k ie d will be Hidson Harris, Ray Ogden and Steve Bowman, the Tides most dependabl. runner. Steve SlaM who had a larg. part In Alabama's Sugar Bowl wi n w ill atb for Namati,. Other players who Bryant will be cotanting on will be Wayne Trmbie, Dave Ray andLarry Wail. than most, faster than most, with plenty of agility. Jackie Sherril, a 200-pound former fullback, ha been moved by Bryant to plug wp a weak apet at guard. Wayne Fr.ma;, with two years experience, will handle the other guard epoL. Paul C 2am 198, andayloc at center. Rev, are bottl. tested veterans. At tb. tackle slots art Stephens. Frank Whaley, 202, and Dale Layton, 210, are still battling for the right end position. Coach Bryant will Experiment with the tree-team system Uf the opportunity permit. The Crimson Tide will host Florida at Tuscaloosa on Oct. 24 in what Alabama fans hope Will be a measure of revenge for last season's 10-4 u ps et. I t w as Bryant's first loss at home. AL CAIOLA ad capturns the Iona-fawed music of the yrd* open cowetry as no one ha. *ner doA* before if you like yogr bouSd big and b,,Iiant. yet supple and sophtt ticated, Al is the ma. tor you I. 'er fplatey wmth a gisdw. Eveny one of tut *c~t~ si is a rea Iir' AL CAIOLA: ON TUE TRAIL AVAILIULI III ITEtU@, UR MUIAUIA'. Offense.Thls could be the key word In Saturday's SMU game. SMU has several speedysophomore backs, plus passing whiz Danny Thomas. Thom as was second in passing and total offensive yardag e to Allerican Don Conference. Head Coach Ray Graves says It will take '"three touchdowns"' to win Saturday's game. Yesterday signaled the end of heavy contact work for the Cators. Graves stressed goal line offense and defense in yesterday's drills. Due to Dora's visit Graves feels the passing game is three or four days behind schedule. The defensive secondary has shown marked improvement In the Moal wsetheGators are raring to go. Graves said, "They don't need needling. They're ready to play a good ball game." later on, even~ if you can't pass the physical emam at that time. Hard to believe? Call me and I'll show you how. No obligation~ 1%j -v *JIM LA BRED| 1105 W. 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