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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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Vol. 57, No. 8 University of FloridaGainesville Thursday, Sept. 17, 1964 1

'THE DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COLLEGE DAILY"' ,I


In Grid Seating SquabbleMcArthur
Budget




Passes SeesConflict'



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Student uovernment's 1 RON SPENCER

million dollar yearly a, Executive Editor
stalled since July, passed
cond and final reading.in the Hugh McArthur, past student vice-president and current chairman
lative Council Tuesday ni of Football Seating Committee, struck back at the Florida Alligator

The entire budget, with editorial stand to remove Itself from select-seating on ine 50-yard

ception, was approved line yesterday.
The point of disagreement "I Just don't honestly see any
Board of International conflict of Interest here," said

I (BIA) request of $2,000.The Suspect McArthur, upon hearing of the

BIA request, Alligator's decision to pullout
at the first of its privileged SO-yard line seat-
reading, was crowd AI
at ing alongside Student Governmentand
on a technicality.
requested from the BIA his tour of ChargedSKIP Florida Blue Key astride the

stantiate the earlier 50-yard line of the East stands.

not been presented to the HAVISER "As long as I have anything
and Finance Committee "Merry Chase City Editor whatsoever to do with any organization -

for action. It was Randolph Pitts, Jr., 23year- or activity on this campus,
this due to old arrested at I'll see that the people who work
delay was a Negro man, was
standing between the the University of Florida Tuesdayand are going to be rewarded," Mc-

and the BIA charged with last week's day- Arthur countered.In .

request must now wait light rape of an 18-year-old
the past it has been virtually
next meeting for approval. Gainesville girl.
tradition for The Alligator, Florida
Gerry Richman, Honor UF Investigator Gene Watson
Blue Key and Student Government
chancellor, presented and Alachua County Sheriff's Deputy -
PRESIDENT to gain their block seats on the ,
proposed constitutional Walter Coleman made the arrest -
President John- SO-yard line, while all other block
ments. The amendments, after seven days of Inten-
of groups depend upon chance through
with the Honor Court, peace sive investigation.Pitts 9
to the Pacific ,drawing for their choice of seats.
ceive two readings by the of 714 SE 8th St., was
Wednesday McArthur emphasised that
before appearing on the arrested at the campus police
to foreign students not sitting in blocks were ,
the fall elections. Three station while being fingerprinted
office. not being discriminated against. 1
council approval -- two 2)N. for university employment.
Canadian Prime Thos students sitting in groups
turned down. Sheriff Joe Crevasse attributesthe
B. Pearson at will sit on the south side of the
speedy arrest to a "very
(Continued on Page ) Force Base, near definte description" given by the East 50, while students not participating -
Together they in group seating will sit
victim. The attack: took place
Council Montana,Wash- rape on the north side of the East 50.
Columbia that last Tuesday in an alley behinda
downtown apartment on south
a new U.S. Main Street. McArthur, estimating the
SplitsANN use of ,off leers number of select seats for Alligator -
The two ,already in possession -
Blue Key and Student
of the description of the
CARTER said the area Government at "around 400," repeated (
Editorial Assistant would view attacker, received a tip Tuesday that "I Just honestly don't I

richest and most from an Informant stating Pitts see any legitimate conflict of Interests -
Controversy over a in the world" "was either working at the university here."

amendment to the UF be more abun- or had reason to be there." "I think: there is a parallel
split Legislative Council .
work." between this and Lyceum Council
'night into opposing two Sheriff Crevasse was quick to
On one side were those freedom and indicate that there has been no members sitting in guaranteed

ing Gerry Richman, Honor land the hopes connection established between good seats for Lyceum productions
serves depend ," McArthur added."I .
Chancellor, who last week's attack and several previous -
the world we live
tional qualifications be rape attempts in Gainesville

those already required for this summer. think: it is fundamental to
_
fice of chancellor. i -u this nation and not peculiar to
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Requirements now state the campus," McArthur said, referring -

person seeking office ; to the principle of rewardsfor
20 hours in law school work.
t
least a 2.0 overall average. pv r ,

Richman said the i J While maintaining be felt that

amendment would include 4"h! 1 the "rtwarJ system" U good,
tional requirement of one e McArthur added that, "I feel that

ter of Honor Court duty. too much change at any one time

Council members w1 r can and usually is very detrimental -

proposed amendment by t to any program I feel,"
50 per cent of the he contlnued"at this time that

sent. A two-thirds about as much charge as can be I
established by UF tolerated has been < itroduced into
; p'
law to put an amendment the current system. This is not

(Continued to mean that I feel that The Alli
on Page ) f
gator's stand is naive or unrealis-

tic. Sometimes in the future the \

Chase Given J complexion of the campus might J
Merry be such that the elimination of '.

priority seating for the card sec-

skt loon, Student Government and

Barry by PhotogJOEL i Florida. Blue Key might be desirible. :r,


GASTON "I would be pleased to hear .
?,
Managing Editor r from students who feel present

system of seating Is particularly t
"Neither rain, uor sleet, nor snow, nor dark of night..."' unfair to them," McArthur said.

goes the legend of the hard-working postman.But lie requested all students who feel
nothing has as yet been written about the lowly news it* system is' unfair to-eomtact

photographer. Him at the Student Government
However, Alligator photographer Bob Ellison may change rtfice. "If It appears that the

all that. -- overwhelming bulk of the student
He was scheduled to ride to Orlando with a group of Gold- STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL-elect Earl Faircloth body feel thai they are being treated

waterites at 11 a. m. in a motorcade. But 11 came and no presents Honor Court Chancellor Gerry Rlchman witha tnfalrly," be continued, "then 1

one showed, so at noon Ellison bopped on his Lambretta rill not stand by and watch their
plaque yesterday at the dedication of the new Honor -

(Continued on Page 2)) Court Bar Association. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston). pinlons be ignored."

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Page 2, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Sept. 17, 19 ))4

Council SplitsContinued

Legislative
ChaseContinued
Merry ( from Page 1)) lively operate It the chancellor indulged spect, the chancellor would recpt
in politicking," Richman from other law students and me;
general election ballots next said. bers of the Honor Court !
Bar
( from Page 1)) As
"
month. "In addition to the loss of re- elation.
scooter (a little larger than those ridden by the Campus Richman said he thought the
Police and capable of 70 m. p. h. top speed) and set out amendment would pass If It came
for his destination. to another vote.
'
Disaster struck almost Immediately, however, In the form "Defeat came because Council r rxc an
d e er ere
of a flat tire between Gainesville and Orlando. The repair members didn't receive Information fw .
.F
According to Ellison, took about 30 minutes. and materials concerning the 5
Then back on the scooter and on to Orlando. proposed amendment before votingon
But 20 miles south of Ocala more trouble struck. This It," Richman said. "If the
time It was gas. proposal came to another vote the R
Ellison wheeled the scooter Into a gas station and put results would be different.
about a quart of oil (required to be mixed with the gas In On the ,other side was Buddy eN FARAH
that type scooter) Into the tank. Blain, council representative from
So on down the road went the photographer, spouting a the College of Law, who said
cloud of oil smoke so thick, according to Ellison, that "you the requirement doesn't do muchto
could hardly see the scooter." assure good candidates;further-
Another 20 minutes were killed while Ellison got gas and more It rules out the possibility
cleaned oil out of the engine parts. of electing someone well qualified .4.asSLS/acho
Then back on the scooter and on to Orlando. but not necessarily experienced In

But at last he arrived In the city and went straight to the Honor Court procedures.Blain .
Colonial Plaza where the senator was speaking -- Just In fears the position could
time to see him drive away. evolve Into a political "plum"
Ellison, figuring he hadn't come a hundred miles for office since the chancellor appointstwo !
nothing, took off for Tampa. The time was about 3:30 p. m. influential officers beneath ; ,,
In Tampa, he went straight to where Goldwater was to him, the chief defense counsel and J
spend the night and had stopped momentarily Into the lobby the attorney general. i/l!
went the plucky photog, just In time to have the senator However, two other offices are tA'i'l
,rush past In a crowd, get In a car and take off for St. Peters- elective, those 0 f counsel .- ,...( ',''h
burg. and assistant counsel. : .. .J. ,r "
...
"IM '
:
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Back on the scooter went Ellison, headed for St. Pete. "Honor Court could not effec- .../, / ,
_____ .
A ro:
Getting through the #
press gate, : f }
Ellison shot pictures for about < l'i!

30 minutes, went back to Tampaand H :.,, 11
waited In hopes of more shots. ,
But no luck there, so back towards Jj.
Gainesville came the scooter--at r
10:301 p. m.
Ellison passed a service station
but kept coming anyhow, hopingto
pick up more mileage--and a
mile and one-half down the road
ran out of gas.
So back to the station (now B

closed) went Ellison, who woke kk\-
the owner and got gas. i Y?
About eight miles out of Willis -
'. $
ton, the Intrepid shutterbug hita tririf/t'
patch of water "about knee deep w ear :
and 50 yards wide."

In an attempt to go through, cui v\
the scooter conked out and 20 1
precious minutes were taken to
once again clean the engine--this are x j.
time of water.
Two miles further It hap- 1
pened again, only this time It was ;

mile"hip long.deep" and about one-third s by lUll]

Wiser this time, Ellison pushedthe ,..
scooter through. -
"Every few minutes," related
Elllson"a big semi-truck would
come by and throw out a wave
about four feet high."

Finally, at 4:30 a. m., 16 hours
and 383 miles after he had len, N '
The Alligator's wandering photog
limped Into Gainesville. r, t I Ib


Budget f | ,t ,


(Continued from Page 1)) W Front and center. L't
a pert bow accents
Approved was a proposed ;.
amendment establishing an alter- the slim, trim sheath.A .

native penal, procedure wherebya fashion jewel for
student observed cheating has
24 hours to turn himself In to datetime or daytime.

the Honor Court. By timing Lined crepe of 76%
.
himself In a student may hope acetate, 24% rayon in
for a lesser penalty. This procedure Mr-
would also do much to lessen after-5 colors.
the "tattletate"aspect of the
honor system, the chancellor said.
\u- Regular Sizes 5-15
The two other amendments approved .
were technical nature--
bringing the constitution and court F It\ $12.00

procedure Into agreement.
Open A Student Charge Account
Defeated was an amendment that .
would have required a candidate I
for chancellor to have served In
some lower capacity on the court. ; The
An amendment which would have :
made lying an Honor Code offensewas I t PersonalityShop
defeated after much dis- \

cussion. Later opponents of the Ik\
measure stated they were not op-
posed to the Idea, only the vague
8 E. University Avenue t
manner In which It was written.

They Indicated if the definition of fJ.Open to 9 p.m. Fridays a new high in Mrn styling-only $598
lying was more clearly set forth Daily 'til 5:30: p.m.
they would approve It. FARAM MANUFACTURING COMPANY. INC. EL PASO. TEXAS



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Blonde? Only Her Bottle Knows For Sure

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on to be a blonde! -

That is the lament of many a the estimates UF that eight per cent of Does bleaching really harm transformation witnessed by the results of a professional

teen-ager and UF coed. Mrs. Bob "bottle blondes.coeds are" do-it-yourself hair? startled friends who described her bleaching and coloring'.treatment.The .
Meeker a Gainesville beautician. crowning glory as "the color ota
"These girls have friends or "Not really," says Mrs. cheese cracker from a campus
JFK Memorial roommates who bleach their hair Meeker, "if It's done correctly.But vending machine." universal comment on look-
for them," she said. "Some- so many harm their hair Ing In the mirror: "I feel like

Gets SetbackPlans times It turns out fine. Often it with the do-it-yourself! methods." Most girls bleach their hair a new person!"

ends in calamity." There was the case of an becuase
anony
they want a change.
have come to a halt for They
John Fitzgerald Kennedy memor- "We get about two disaster casesa mous coed who decided to give are tired of dull brown. Many do
week her bleached blonde locks a henna It to please boy friends or hus UF
ial to be built on the University commented Mrs. Meeker. ExplodesIn
of Florida campus In honor of "The hair Is damaged and some- highlight. She came out of the bands. Most are pleased with

the 35th President of the United times all that can be done to help

States, who was assassinated last it Is to let It grow out, which may
November 22.According take a year." Cancer Experts Think PopulationThe

to Ken Kennedy, A good bleach job costs $15
president of Student Government, to $25 and may take several daysto
plans to build the JFK memorial be completed. The desired

have been abandoned because ota color needs to be perfected by Many More CurableGENEVA University of Florida has
conflict with such student govern- adding bleach applications to take enrolled a record 15,701 studentsfor
ment programs as the dollars for out the brassy color. Then a toneris the fall trimester Registrar
scholars drive and the world uni- added for the particular blonde (UPI) Threequarters The tests should Include Inspec- Richard S. Johnson announced yes-
versity service campaign, color. Retouching Is necessary of all cancer cases could be tion of the entire skin area, body terday.
A monument to the late Presl- every three or four weeks. The prevented, an international teamof cavities, urine tests, chest X-rays The burgeoning student

."' dent was proposed by Paul lighter the color, the harder It top cancer specialists said yes and, In women, cervical smears population exceeds the 15,200 pre-
Hendrick, president of the student Is to keep. terday. and palaption of the breasts. dicted for the fall term and totals

, body at the time of the assassi- The 12-member team said almost 1,000 more students than
nation, to honor the man who spoke Some girls start bleaching their cer in Its latent period can can-be The tests should be carried out the 14,810 enrolled for the same
here at Florida Blue hair at five year intervals at least period last ,ear.
a \ Key ban- with peroxide when they are prevented from developing and
quet In 1958 13 to 14 and annual checks would be Ideal The University College
when he was the years old. How do par- known causative factors can be
I, Sen. from Mass. Hendrick's term ents feel about this? Mrs.Meeker removed or controller "If women In Europe would composed of all freshman and
of office expired, however, before says some would rather give In undergo such tests about five out sophomores, continues to be the
I t any definite plans for the memorial than argue. "More than 75 per-cent of human of every 1,000 would be found to largest college with 7,190 students

were drawn up.. cancers are at least potentially be requiring treatment, the report registeredalthough the number
.... preventable,"the specialist said. said. represents a slight decrease from
The team was called togetherby the 7,230 for this time last year
the World Health Organization Increases came In the upper level
Bank
(WHO) to discuss what causes Eye colleges and the Graduate School

cancer and how the disease can with 6,518 at the upper level com-

be fought. The team's findings Gets BoostThe pared with 8,741 for last year
were published Wednesday In the and 1,093 In Graduate School
September Issue of the WHO compared with 1,839 last fall
Chronicle. North Florida Eye Dank at trimester.
the University of Florida
Hospital The student body consists of
Treatment of pre-cancerous will receive
major financial boost
the look-again look 10,904 men and 4,737 women
lesions "is the cornerstone of can- from the Florida Lions Foundationor
students compared with10,387men
two parts pretty and perfect for day or date cer prevention and it Is essentialthat / the Blind state-wide fund drive, and 4,423 women last fall.
medical practitioners every- which runs through this week
in a soft blend of acetate and rayon. where should be trained In this The foundation was organized by Enrollment breakdown by other
colleges ire Arts and Sciences
Blue or black 5 to 15 sizes $33.00 subject," the report said. the Lions to support the Eye Bank, 2,208; Education 1,418-,

The specialists said the wipingout which serves as a clearing house to Engineering 14348; Business
of cancer depends on discov- supply eye tissue to those In need
Administration 787; Law sag;
ering the elements of the diseaseIn cf surgical transplants. Some Agriculture 471; Architectureand
a person before it can develop. money from the drive will also be Fine Arts 370; Journalism
used to equip an Eye Clinic being
"Cancer prevention should be and Communications 287;
opened at the Duval Medical Centerin
organized first on the national and Medicine 203} Pharmacy
Jacksonville.
then on the International level," 228; Nursing 153; Physical
M he said. "Mass examinations In the past year, 89 transplantshave Education and Health149; Health

should be preceded by appropriate been made possible through Related Services 140; and
the efforts of the bank. In
eye a
health education of the public. Forestry 44.Deadline.
little less than three years, the
Mass screenings of persons of bank has provided corneas for 154
30 and more have been conducted transplants. In this operation, a Set
successfully In several countriesand damaged cornea--the "front I

"Is probably the Idealpreven- ,,window" of the eye-. Is replacedby For Mrs. UF
tive method." new tissue pledged by a donor,
when thai donor dies. A network
If cancer Is not present, such of Mrs. University of Florida will
eye banks across the nation Is
could be chosen October IQ/from s
screenings detect other diseases group
for
responsible getting the donor
of beautiful homemakers and UF
requiring treatment, the
tissue to the point where It Is
wives have until midnight
report said. most urrentlv needed_ at_ the___ time.__n___ Saturday
to enter.

Any organization wishing to

ov1t BEEF STEW /is VERY enter a contestant should contact
Mrs. Ronald T.Patn)' at Eit.2357,

w B14 WITH' i TIlE or 372-3049 after 5 p.m.
COlLEqE To be eligible a contestant must
be the wife of a regularly enrolled
\\r' CROWDtomanella's UF student, 18 years ,of age or

older, married one year as of the
date of the contest, not a previous
contestant for Mrs. University of

Florida and sponsored. by a UF
organization.The .
contest schedule Is: Thursday

oY'It4 Sept. 24, 8:00 p.m. --
Orientation Dessert at 'M HolidayInn

; Sunday Sept.27 by appointment
;
Individual Interview with judges

,..tfranklin's r ?, at the University Womens Club
''';' Perry House); Monday Sept. 28,
''' 7:00 p.m. .- Rehearsal for final
..'.
night the P.K. Yonge High School
,
00 Auditorium and Saturday Oct. 10,
.. iI"'V 8:00 p.m. .- Final judging at the
.. & P. K. Yonge High School

E llt;!li1Jop" Auditorium.
Each contestant will be Judged
Free parking f In rear of store in sportswear and cocktail '
dn..... Five finalists will be
selected

Judges will Include Dean frankT.

Adams, Col. William N. Boat,
a' Jr.I Mrs. Charles?d.Cherry,hire ,
J Robert B. H.utx, Mrs. Gus
401 W. University Avenue 372-4606 JI
I
McCritf, Howard T. McKinney
706 West University Avenue JC J Ralph D. Turlington sad Mrs Rae.
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EDITORIAL
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Burns' Charges Need..ProofWe're


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glad someone has finally come along who wants to I
make' our state's and virgin again. KNOW'THEY'RE THERE---I CAN SEE THEM. "
We thought no one
We refer to -
people say is the
in the November
and '"pinks" were


out.they Bqrns had better left the The Large Lecture : I


to name names
This newspaper
We are not SCHUSTER with 500 in a large lecture hall, you can snooze
possibility they comfortably under an open umbrella,play chess
But let us speak read the Alligator or even compose sonnets;
us from his things that must be endured It seems totally ridiculous though that large
charges in an But nothing is more lectures, as take place in the C courses, should(
But there the to endure a lecturer have poor lecturers. The powers that be seem
but won't name sleep, as you try to glean to forget at times that communicative ability
to lowly student the ramblings of someone Is as Important as knowledge of the subject.
nature being what how many honor points you The same thing applies to television lecturerswho
Such is the indecency of the exposure haven't learned camera presence. The
back them up with proportional to the number difference between scholar and teacher is
now Infamous enormous. A lecturer who cannot bring his

years ago when the .of 40 or less, the situation whole personality to his Job or who has so
and a similar war sheer fact of the lecturer little personality it can't be made manifest,
Florida two years keep you alert, assuming cannot be considered an adequate lecturer to
Neither exists to put you to sleep. 500 people no matter what his or her qualU
fewer homosexuals people get quite dangerous. flcatlons or accent may be.
student body large enough for you to The fact that the students have good lecturersin
gations" created yourself, and It becomes other courses of a large size, only serves ,
them. with your eyes open. But to make the system for choosing lecturers look
Until he can more shoddy. The sa me group of sophomores,
to consider Mr. for example, will cheer their favorite C-5
as cheap publicity lecturer, but boo and i4ss>> their C-6 lecturer.
in Its educators.Mr. I realize that there are probably many
Burns, if extenuating considerations involved in the
who they are NOW Pussyfoots selection of a lecturer. But as long as this
Do not wait until
university is interested In the academic
If what you say betterment of its students, I can't help but
true, then may we wonder if some of the C-course lecturers are
i to the truth and stop
not at least indirectly responsible for the
syndrome known as the, "Sophomore S1'1lMidgely's \. ." i
i111 iW 1ili1 1ili [ ;; 1; ; 11 1 1 leave television real star footprints said,,"Men not

the sands of time." How
without the forthright frank-
Gainesville."I and the down-to-earth TechniqueEDITOR t
possessed, where
? The United States in the
"No democracy. It still should. :
maintain this stand if in
countries our embassies are As a person interested government and in
the wrath of irate citizens? particular our democratic American government
back away and politely I must comment on a development of this
when someone offends us? presidential election. It Is Dot novel or original,
Russians stopped a U. S. but I tis becoming more crystallzed and
wheat. They confiscated the vociferous.
we do? NOTHINGl Our I refer to the use of the propaganda technique
Served "Don't tread on me!" Yet I call "labellsm." The Communists use it to ,
world today can stone and full advantage. The trick is to make a false
Editor ............ our embassies and "logical"
pile premise and then to carrY it to its
Managing Editor us.These same countries conclusions e. I. -- "Capitalists are evil.:
Executive Editor United States foreign aid. Then it follows to call someone a "dirty
Assistant Managing on our own two feet and let capitalist dog." This technique has entered,
Assistant Managing Asians know that we will it seems to me more and more into the speech
Editorial Page Editor
struggle of preserving our of the American electorate.A .
Sports Editor ...... contained
letter to the editor yesterday
City Editor ........ should begin referred to
acting like many good examples. Mr. Midgley
Campus Living stop groveling on Its face." "Reactionary
(the quotes are his own) the
of Mr. Goldwater himself. Right," the "Liberal Leftist" ticket of Johnsonand
Edltrrlrl Assistants
please. Have you thought Humphrey the ADA's "super liberalism.
Ann Carter Don : raised such a hue and cry Now these are fine terms when wisely used

of Barry Goldwater? If and when they are given meaning througft!
Reporter Ed they would not be on the supporting evidence. These are heavy terms to
Student Government
( realized that U we should hang suspended without some threads of concrete
Cynthia Tunstall, would be in IB
sight Yet Interested
support. Mr. Mldgley seemed less
Fran
Snider, George that Just by than
passively sitting showing that the ADA WAS super liberal
Jones Bill Sadowskl
the Communists It
advance with
In voted
showing that Humphrey bad
Joe Jody Knight, Aral Steve In the Cold War? The 191 out of 194 times. This sort of reasoning,
Waldorf
Ifedtein John "ultimatum to leave or lack of It, Is certainly not worthy of consideration
the Russians
and Russian either
Be is
by an educated man
BondUy Tnelnu
? Because
we have not stood maybe
Ball Cain Pam trying to deceive' himself or others -
utterly useless to state
Kutr BtrLwisUln, In the both.My
"t long run Dot even hit *
Akxdder: Jim : apology to Mr. Mldgley U I bare
nerve. We have all been guilty of falling 1JIto
THE FLORIDA United States.think on the this usage at tlmes-myself Included. But untu
of the University of nation's your hands rests not only now it has not really gotten out of hand.
except during May as a whole. Do we All I ask for Is "reason. As with many
boots on or off! Be wise wortso
tMngs--"lt but it is
weekly. Only costs a little more,
Alligator. Columns truly does let the better much more."

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M$ Kappa Psi pharmaceutical Godechot will speak at the :ijij: ::
;a+ fraternity elected officers for University of Florida this week :||::..
:jij:::::? the new fall term Tuesday night.
; as the Department of History :jijij::::
i jiji:i|: Newly elected officers are:
: introduces a new doctoral ::::::: :
jijij:;; Terry Reid, regent; Anthony program. Based on the 1i::::: 1
$3::::::: Messina, vice-regent; Ken National Defense Education Act, ::$::;:::
;iii: : Fuqua, secretary; Russ the new program offers a Ph.D. ::;:::1::
:::::::: Plummer, treasurer; Ed In Modern European History. :|:::ij:
:|: Tom m as s I, assistant treasurer Lectures will be given by jx 1:|
:S:: ; Archie Caraway, Godechot, in French,Wed.Sept. ::::::
:$::i historian; and Walt McCants, 16, and Thurs.Sept. 17, at 7:30 :!:$::::
i!$:i: Chaplain. p.m. in Room 403, University 1111: '
II Library. 8:::::.t

11|1 Library Friends Navy Recruiting $|i : '

:iijij;:;:: Friends of the Library are :
The officer team :::::::
:iijij:::1: again collecting used books, programs : 'r *f
from the Jacksonville U.S.Navyj+ :-j: ,
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Recruiting Station will be on :|:>;:;
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and junior and senior women :::::::
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team will be located at the :;:i::
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Students Interested in radio 11i;:: .
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1 Interested in supporting opportunity to audition for -jijij::: GA '
jjiji i::;: Johnson for re-election this positions on the station as :::::::::;
;r|:ig;::: November. The "Students for places are available. Auditions r if-::: r
viji:i:: Johnson" organization is will be held tonight at 7:30 'mat :;: .,. rt'
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!:::::::; Thursday at 9 p.m. In room fourth floor of the stadium .jijij:::::? ?
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i::::Instructors names.Deadllne Is In Room 311 of the Florida gig:
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I For Sale I I Services ] Gainesville.EIGHT Eight miles ROOM Stove from Unfurnished and the refrigerator center house.of I Lost: Found I I r Autos r


BARGAIN like new portable GE Included. Family prefered. $75

Stereo. Moveable speaker and GUITAR-BANJO Instruction; per month. Call 2-0243 after 5. LOST: 1964 Winter Haven Class 1960 RENAULT DAUPHINE
Classical, Flamenco, Folk, and
balance adjustment. See It now at
(B-5-tf-nc). Ring. Blue stone and inscription
1018 S.W. 7th Ave. or call 372- Beginner. Gretch, Espana, Fender terrific gas mileage,excellent
"MGB Treas". Reward. Marvin
and Epiphone Guitars. Gainesville condition, fully equipped.Must sell
.
8001.
(A-S-st-c)
MOBILE HOME Space. Progress Burdette, Phone 372-9128,Rm.130.
Music Center, 1023-1025 West now to continue school. $395.1614N.
Mobile Home Park. 6 miles North .
(L-8-lt-p)
RUNABOUT'Boat University, Phone 372-5421.M-8- W. 3 Place or call 372-2707
14' 33: HP U.S. 441. Phone 462-1660. Charles
Mercury and trailer, all In St-c). Norris Manager. (B-l-9t-c). FOUND Ladies wrist watch near after 4:00. (G-8-3t-c).

excellent condition. A very good Fla. Gym. Owner may claim upon
PROFESSIONAL TYPING done at
ski outfit. Individual owner. Only Identification and payment of Ad.
$495. Call 376-4048. (A-8-5t-c). home. 12 years experience and on
Bill Luecklng, 847 South Hall.
the approved graduate list. Thesis, I 1959 VOLKSWAGEN perfect
1962 ZUNDAPP 250 Help WantedPART I (L-6-3t-c).
cc Motorcycle; Term papers, Dissertations, etc. engine. Real bargain. Call 376-
electric 'starter. Best Offer. AlsoB
Call Mrs. 6-7160. .
Lyons 2033 after 5.(G-8-3t-c)
Hat Clarinet. Call 466-3237, M-8-3t-c .
( )
Mlcanopy. (A-8-3t-c). I .
I Real EstateFOR
LOVE AND CARE IN A PRIVATE TIME Motorcycle or
FM AM Admiral radio. Dual HOME. Limit four children. Excellent scooter mechanic. Only MUST SELL 1964 Corvair Monza.
speakers. Brand new. $50 or will references, two years experienced persons need apply. (Radio, Automatic transmission It
trade for TV or stereo. Call Art teaching, five years summer See Mr. Streit at Streit's Bicycle SALE -Lovely,contemporaryhome factory air-conditioning.) Still
378-1158. (A-8-3t-c). recreation. Ten dollars a week. Shop, 615 W.Univ.Ave.E-7-5t-c). 2 blocks from campus in under new car warranty. Call 376-
Phone 378-2230. (M-7-4t-c). Southwest section. Cypress family 0794. (Ci-6-5t-p).
BLONDE Bookcase double bed A PIANO PLAYER Is needed to room; Imported shutters. Fiber-

dresser with mirror and vanity FREE Budget book and INSURED accompany the P.K. Yonge Lab glass screened verandas. Maple 1956 FORD Fairlane one owner,
stool, $65. Desk and chair ,$5. Savings information for married School Chorus for one hour a day. parquet; tiled baths, skylights. excellent condition. $400. Call FR
Very large bookcase $8. 2 piece couples. No obligation. Phone 376- 2:15 to 3:10. There Is money Glass walls overlooking ravine. 2-8703 after 5:30 p.m.G-7-5t-c).
green sectional sofa, $20. White 9783 between 1 and 4 p.m. Involved. U Interested call Ed Easily converted Into two apart-
enameled kitchen table and four (M-1-lOt-c). Car withe n, 6-2541 or 6-0197. ments if desired. Especially ideal 1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA
chairs $15. Chest of drawers, $3 (-6-3t-c). for couples, nurses, and single Convertible, power brakes and
Call 376-2304 after 6:30 p.m. (A- WILL CARE FOR A child 3 yearsor professors. Call p.m. for appoint- steering, new engine. Price $995.
8-lt-c). older In my home. Nice fenced EXPERIENCED Bartender male or ment. FR 2-0328. (1-5-61-p). Call 485-2365. (G-7-5t-nc).

SEARS Kenmore oil heater,55,000 In yard and meals served. female part time or full time. J I

BTU, like new, $75. Gas stove$30. Reasonable rates. Call FR 2-6623. Apply in person Party Package
See at 1336 NE 7th Street.Phore (M-2-tf-nc). Store. 4005 N. W. 13th Street.
FR 69803.83tc: ). 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. (E-6-3t-c). Starts 1 1"1SIai'2ai !
ATTENTION: Frat. Social
chairmen. The latest and greatest STUDENTS Wanted both male and I !
1064 CHICK ISHA Mobile home, 2 i
band in the area; The DIAMONDS, female to work In serving lines.
bedroom 50x10 equipped on lot.Will Jack l ntn0I1'seau9ht i
sell for equity and resume pay- is now booking. Hear them Sat. at Apply Long's Cafeteria, 313 W. ___ .

ments. Call 2-7798. (A-8-3t-c). Sigma Mike at Nu.2-8923.For(F-8-2t-p Information). call University Ave. (E-6-3t-p). ;ih 8 IWo woman jam i'

1964 HONDA 150. Excellent Nf k
condition. $425. See at Shady Nook

Trailer Park, Lot 15. 3101 SW .Darn.IN 1A1'U .., ,.

(34th A-6-4t-c Street.). Off Archer Road. I WantedWANTED ] J40 H,.,"'...._...If 20R tl0/ :.:'. ? t .... .:i ': '...l'; };k >i""':"" i.

LAST TIME .'f'r"':'
HOUSE TRAILER 1952 Model 3 COLOR HITS : : ; 1.ViM
Schult 8 x 40, wall to wall carpet, 2 girls to share houseat ....' .. i.... : .
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in good condition. $995. Call after 218 NW 19th Lane. Call Jennyat $1 CARLOADopen .., {. .:. { .r.:.'.;' :. ',...
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LEITZ BIMONOCULAR MICRO- WANTED 1950 thru 1954 ,Fords see 2 late as 8:55at i;: :" : w ..._wwAt
SCOPE 3 objectives with case. and Chevrolets. Al Herndon's 8:55 only :
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Excellent for biology and medical Service Station, 916 S. E. 4th ANGIE DICKINSON ,-+<.. ('. '
work. $115. A. Morris Rm. I JtOture '
Emory Street. (C-5-20t-c). : 6 \: "
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33, Buckman "B". FR 2-9317. /1-: ,, r
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(A-7-5t-p). WANTED Sales Manager for ; '
Student Publications. Studying la newtsMM I. .
1( fy.
AIR-CONDITIONER, 17,000 BTU, accounting with 6 hours minimumto '
push button by Emerson, $165; date. This is a trainee position Killers A.
two month old woman's bicycle, leading to the position of business / \

$25; Master's cap & gown, $20. manager of Student Publications.Pay n
Anytime at 3631 E. UniversityAve. is $10.00 per week for sales _SAM"PItOtfWi..MICHAEl
(Cottage #1). Or 6-3261, Ext. manager job. Apply Student shown first 7:15
2219. (A-7-2t-p). Publications Office in the Florida
Union. (C-3-tf-nc). 2Bb CONNORS
MOBILE HOME 1962 Wolverine EDWARD ANDREWS, LOUIS! W[ ROBERT Q LEWIS

10x50, high and dry, like new. ... .1f.- COLOR!
$2500, or equity and take up tA"DAW
payments. 3620 SW Archer Road I For Rent "
3rd hit at 10:30
Village, lot 26. Phone 378-2049. Florida the NEW Interns'
(A-6-5t-p). ,__ Dick Van Dyke

VESPA motor scooter, good con- BYE BYE BIRDIE
2 BEDROOM 2 Bath home..
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dition. $45. Call 376-0579 after 5.
Beautiful wooded lot with 100 ft.
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r on tenant.Lake Call Cowpens.372-7658.$85 (to B-6-3t-c qualified). AT 1-3-5-7-9 t.....

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CUE STICK BILLIARDS Playmate, .. .. --

NAME AND ADDRESS Astrid Schultz? ,
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Adler'sPOlly's
printed In red, blue, or black on She's one of Polly
quality, personal-size stationery. Food Fair Shopping Cental 1 BestSeller
100 sheets and 50 envelopes. Send Gators & Girls ,
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Students ObserveVia


Just An Old SinkholeFlorida TV At P.K. Y onge


I I Educational televlslonETV) at vised the system to alleviate this
the UF has taken another step problem.The .
Field, the scene of many breaking down of limestone bed- oped last March 17, between the forward with the new "teacher- program, started this fall,
football tames and numerous other rock below the surface of the computing center and the agricultural watching machine," setup between cost the School of Education about
activities, is essentially an old, ground. Dr. Clark I. Cross, asso- irradlator. Superintendent of P. K. Yonge laboratory school and $34,000. This Includes wiring,out
but modified sink hole. ciate professor of geography and field operations, George Freeman, Norman Hall.Education lets, cameras and 30 TV sets.
The hole, formed nearly a cen- physical sciences, explained that, says that this particular sink is majors can now view Operational costs are unavailable
tury ago is typical of many others "the .ound water dissolves the by far the largest formed in the live classroom situations while as yet.
located throughout Alachua County.In limestone which in turn forms ca- past ten years. seated at their desks In Norman
the case of this one, the hole verns. This sink hole still can be observed Hall, with the benefit of a pro- Goin ChosenPresidentelect
provided an excellent location for The dissolving limestone in its natural form fessor In the room. Students can
the sunken stadium. eventually leaves only a small "Nothing can be done until it observe the teacher, an Individual
Sink holes are formed by the amount of support below the sur- more or less settles. Then the child 0 r the entire classroom lr. Coleman Coin, University
face. Then, when this support gives hole will be filled In and restored through a remote control camera. of Florida professor of biological
way, the ground caves In and grad- to ground level," Cross explained. Kenneth Christiansen and Rae sciences, is the new president
Thurmond ually fills the crevlse created by Other sink holes on campus are 0. Weimer of the School of Jour- elect of the American Society of
Sen. the dissolved limestone." less noticeable. The courtyard in nalism and Communications initi- Ichthyologists and Herpetologist,
The time varies in which the front of Broward dormitory was ated the Idea. Rowland Medler, it was announced yesterday. *
sink hole finally becomes settled.In once a sink, now modified like Chief Engineer of WUFT, Is In Dr. Coin will take over the post
Bolts DemosTo the case of Devil's Mill- the one in front of the dairy charge of technical operations.With in 1965 and will step up to the I
hopper, a sink hole located three science building. Gator Pond is a over 20,000 student observations presidency In 1906. He has also
miles west of the campus,the settling sink that retained an abundance of required each year,classes served as vice. president and
process Is still not complete.A water that found no passage below at P. K, Yonge became too cha- treasurer of the 1,500 member
more recent sink hole devel- the surface. otic. Weimer and Christiansen' organization.
Goldwater



COLUMBIA, S. C. (UPI) Sen.
Strom Thurmond returned home PRE
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yesterday to announce he Is bolting \
the Democratic party to become a
Goldwater Republican and found
I2f
the GOP door thrown open wide
by Goldwater himself.
Barry Goldwater described his
fellow senator as "one of the
great Americans" who has decided
"that he has had enough."
Thurmond, a leader in the
South's fight against the civil rights
bill and the top vote-getter in his
state, went before a statewide
television audience last night to
make the widely leaked announoe- k
ment, and explain the reasons for
his decision.His .
bolt from the Democratic
party could cost President Johnsonthe ? e
South Carolina vote In the e ?
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November election. The
:
Democrats carried the state in )
1960 by less than 10,000 votes out
of the nearly 400,000 cast. .
While Governor, Thurmond led a '
walkout of Dlxiecrats: at the 1948 -1rTi' 1
Democratic National Convention, :
and later sought the presidencyunder
the Dixiecrat banner. He
and his running mate, FieldingL
: Wright of Mississippi, carried
four southern states and got 39 ,.I
electoral votes.In ,
1952 Thurmond backed
Republican Dwight D. Eisenhower,
and In 1956 and 1960 he refusedto
publicly support either major
candidate.
The 61-year-old Thurmond
seldom voted with the Democratsin
the Senate and has frequently
voiced the view that the Democratsare
leading the nation toward
socialism and governmental
regimentation. IiEVe1 NeeAtkonlno
Goldwater, on a four day political !
tour of the South, put aside his
prepared text at Knoxvllle, Tenn., #
party.to welcome Thurmond into the LEWS

"I don't blame the Democratsfor .
leaving the party that no longer .
represents their views," the
Republican presidential candidate
CUTS
said. TRIM

Thurmond hinted during a tele-

vision interview earlier this year WASH 'EM-DRY'EM-WEAR'EMI I The crease will stay in-the wrinkles will fall out-
tint he might leave the party.

should'J know be in of the no same reason party why.with. I every time- or your money back I Try a pair of the first true wash-and-wear slacks -

Sen. Hubert Humphrey and Sen.
Joe Clark of Pennsylvaniabecause LEVI'S STA-PREST Trimcuts -the traditional Ivy model
we Just don't stand for the same $698only.
Principles," he declared.
Thurmond's defection does not
effect the party balance In the
Senate. The Democrats still will
bold a potent 66-to-34 edge. w

Thurmond is the fourth-ranking BIT Mfef....yyq...
member of the Commerce Committee -
and the seventh-ranking M
Democrat on the Armed Services
Committee. His defection
Jeopardizes his bold cm those
Important positions.



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I" ty The Lettermen Give Punch


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To Auburn football

MARQUIS DACCTICB
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The world's most prolific writer done it again.

, Anonymous, undoubtedly the most widely read poet In history, DAVE BERKOWITZ Cochran, alternating at fullback. Four experienced players spark
slipped this under door the other day.
my the end Mike Helms
Assistant Managing Editor Jordan will use four sophomores Tiger's play. ,
as the opportunity permits.-Mike 190, left end,holds a narrow margin
Ode To The One
Unknowing Looser, Harrison McCraw, Bob on Ronnie Baynes,200.On the right

I \ Slag to the vagaries of the unknowing one, Auburn head football coach Ralph Beaired and Mack Bell. side, Bucky Wald, 6-3, 195, has
\ The song of the men who've seen the sun, Jordan faces his fourteenth year at Auburn has 17 lettermen on the almost no edge on Jim Ingle, 185.
!: .:; Auburn with the confidence that a line plus Bill Cody, thq Tigers The Tigers are favored to go all

I It rose In the east and set in the west, F 9-1 record and a host of returning llnebacklng specialist with few the way,at least up to thelrThanks-
I, While the fighting Gators were doing their best. lettermen brings. equals in the Southeast. Jordan chine Day encounter with Alabamaon
I' Joroan leeis tins year's squad looks forward to at least two national television.

c All through the heinous hurricane, has as much size,speed and abilityas lettermen at every position on the Florida meets Auburn In Gainesville -

I They felt such toll, and sweat, and pain. any team he has coached at forward wall. on Oct. 31.
: Auburn, but a few questions still
"
But why oh.why, you foolish men, leave the pigskin prophets

... Did you practice on Sunday, Is It not a sin? guessing.The .
\ I Tigers from the plains of Fans
Alabama need a better ground Sports
It's such a foolish, waste of time,
attack up the middle and better
With a schedule like that to no heights can you climb.There's .
4 1 kickoff and punt coverage. It also
i remains to be seen If the Tigers
another thing that's hard to see,
will miss Woody Woodall whose
r Why do you hit those dummies with such animosity.This ,
toe kept Auburn in several games

during the last three .
the week of the game you must fear Ignominy, years.A
big asset for Jordan is the"amazing"
Statisticians predict you'll be lucky to win any.
Jimmy Sidle. Sidle Is
a good bet to finish someone's
on
But now I see, I see what you meant, .",
., AU-America list and a better bet
For my ignorance I am your supplient.
to be the SEC's top quarterback
for the second straight In
year.
I am a woeful, thoughtless bars,
1963 Sidle concentrated his
on
Any more stupidity and I shall starve. 4d
running. This year he will continue
running and will be
One practices to win-not to lose, passing more.
Florida shall win-for the others It's the blues. Two sophomores, Tom Bryan
and Joe Campbell, will be
I don't mean this as a rebuttal and I certainly don't want to starta competing for the opportunity to
feudgoodness knows having SMU against us Saturday will be bad be Sidle's stand-in.
enough) but ol' Anonymous took the words right out of my mouth. Tucker Frederickson, 215,Is not F.
The Gators aren't practicing to be losers-but winners. A seasoned the most dangerous of runners,
veteran once said "There are only two kinds of shape-worse shape but he Is an outstanding blocker
and better shape." We want to be In better shape. and tackler. Behind FredericksonIs .

It would be foolish to promise a one hundred per cent winning 185-pound Gerald G ross.Mickey ,.. .. .
record-but we do promise a one hundred per cent winning effort- Sutton, 185, and JlmmyJ>artin,180, t'tr .- ?" -
and victories will follow. will share the wingback spot, with ," ,.t. 1 :
,
Doc Griffith, 200, and John e-.\...#. .. __ r.. ....

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Close Tab The HarmonFootball



I Kept On

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t Frat Rolls



\, The air has finally been cleared. BOOTS

; Director Intramurals Spurgeon Forecastswill
Cherry heaved a sigh of relief over

: the latest word out of the office

from room 129 In Tlgert Hall.
y In that office resides Assistant

Dean of Men William G. Cross, be brought to .
who also holds the office of Advisor HATS

to UF Fraternities.In .
recent years there has been you each FridayEXCLUSIVELY
much controversy concerning UF

fraternities and intramurals over _
the problem of eligibility rolls.
Problems would arise when one

fraternity would claim a foul over
another's use of an Individual who SHIRTS in

was lllegaly being used. since he '
was not on the rolls.." I

Mysteriously or otherwise,Individual -
names would appear and disappear ;\I. THE FLORIDA

on those official rolls ,
whenever a protest was made. I

Now, however, that difficulty
has been cured by a proposal out ALLIGATORPick
of Dean Cross' office which was
Ii approved by the Intramurals Dept.
Copies of the find roll will
be printed on'October first One of Nations
will be kept In the Dean of Men's ftco.{ [ I

office, one will be kept In the Top 20 Teams

Intramural Dept. office, and a
copy of each will be sent to all
participating UF fraternities.This Forecast of Week

roll will be official and final.
Games Nationwide

Contest Killed Gainesville

Results of Major
Due to advertising difficulties Stockman'

the Grid Contest sponsored by '
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The Florida vci. j7, No. S Budget Passes -Finally Student aovernmrent's juartermillion dollar yearly budget, stalled since July, passed Its second and final readinginthe [egislative Council Tuesday night. The entire budget, with one exciption, was approved ia read. The point of disagreement was the Board of International Activitie's (BIA) request of $2,000. The BifA request, raised $500 on a thlnlIty.a wnformtion requested Irom the BlA to substantlate the earlier increase had not been presented to the Budget and Finance Committee In time for action. It was concluded that this delay was due to a rnisunderstanding between the committee and the lilA representative. The request must now .dit until the nert meeting for approval. Gerry Riehman, Honor Court chancellor, prese nted five proposed constitutional amenditents. The amendments, dealing with the Honor Court, must receive two readings by the coijnci before appearing on the ballot Int the fall elections. Three received council approval -two were turned down. (Continued on Page 2) ANN CARTER Editorial Assidtant Controversy over a proposed amendment to the UF Constitution split legislative Council Monday night into opposing two camps. On one side were those supporting Gerry Riehman, Honor Court Chancellor, who proposed additioznal qualilicatioos be added to those already required for the office of chancellor. Requirements now state that the person seeking office must have 20 hours in law school and at least a 2.0 overall avorap.Richman said the proposed amendment would incind an additional requirement of One trim.ter of Honor Court duty. Cowicil members defeated tle proposed amendment by more than s0 per cent of the members prosent. A two-thirds niajority Is established by UF constitutional law to put an ameudmunt on the (Continued on Poge 2) Merry B arry Unevenrty of Fl THE DEEP SOUTH'S Me,944 orida,Goamesv Ie FINEST COLlEGE DAILY' In Grid Seating Squabble McArthur Sees 'No Conflict' RON SPENCER Executive Editor hugh MIc\z thur, pynt tiut nt lvvl,-preident amittu 'nt hairnl~m bick 4t th.' I lurid,. AllIgitor edItor 141 sI ind flipem, II%1'f frtm line )esttri. E BA RRY BARK Lang Field in St. Florida. For the Bob E~iison s trip Given Photog By lar Pre S his words to a cheering crowd at Al Petersburg Thesday during his tour of story behind Alligator Photographer to see Goldwater, See "Merry Chase Barry'" on this page sses MONRLGOMERY, Ala. (UPI) Republican presidentIal nominee Barry Goldwater pressed his drive for votes in the South Wednesday night by sharpening his image as a champion of states rights and welcoming defect ing South Carolina Son. Strom Thurnoad into the GOP. Goldwater termed Thurmonld, a Democrat, "one ofthegreal Amerleans," who has decided "that he has had enough." In remarks prepared for delivery In "ontgome's 'Craito"n Bowl, the Arizona senator went into specifics on how, if elected president, he would proceed to check centralization of governmerit. Goldwater toured North Carelijia, Georgia and Florida Tuesday on the startl of his four day sting through the South. HevisitedTennessee Wednesday, doubled back to Macon, Ga., then flew to this former capital of the Confederacy for his Last formal speech of the day. He will visit the Carolinas again Thursday, a nd t h en head fsr LOW .ia. Goldwater attracted an audience of about 30,000 in Memphis. H. received a warn, reception from the crowt that lined his motorcade rout, from the airport to Confederate Patk, wherehespoke. Only a.e Incident marred Goldwater's otherwis, enthusiastic recaption at Memphis. While he nas speaking a small plane flew low overhead trailing a sign sayiig: "Vote LBJ, keep TVA." Chase by I ENROUTE WITH PRESIDEN', JOHNSON (UP!) -President Johnson carried messages of peacP and partnership to the Pacific Northwest and Canada Wednesday on his first Journey to foreign soil since taking off ice. Johnson joined Canadian Prime Minister [ester B. Pearson at Malnmstrom Air Force Base, eir Great Falls, Mont. Toqceth.'r they flew over areas of Montana, Washington and British Columbia that will benefit Irom, a new U.S. Canada treaty governing its. of the Columbia River. The President said the area that he and Pearson would view was "one of the richest dnd most majestic terrItories In the world" -on, which "will be more abundant by this day's work.'' But he added, "the freedom &nd richiuss of this land -the hopes of the people it serves -depend upon the peace of the world we live in. SKIP HAVISER City Editor Randolph Pinis, Jr. 2 1 -year old Negro man, was arrested it the University of Florida Tuesday anid charged with last wvek's daylight r ape o f 4 lb I 8-year-old GaInesville girl. UiE Investigator Gene Watson and Aladhua County Shertiff's lDeputy Walter Coleman made theirsive investigation. Pitts, of '714 SE 8th St., WJ% arrested it the ('ampus plIce station while being flnusrprintrd for university emplOyment. Sheriff Joe Crevasse attribute% the speedy arrest to ''very deflate detrriptiou" giveti by the rape victim Teattack took pl i downtown apartment on soul "M'"n tet he two offcers, already In pO session of the description of thi' attacker, received a lip Tunsday from an informant statIng Pitts "ras either Working at the rnSverslty or had reasontobe there," Sheriff (revasse was qjulek to Indicate that lter. has been no coimeetlon .s tab II.hod betnen last week's attack and several proViola rape attempts in Gainesvill. this summer. Given 'hotog JOEL GASTON '*"I jusf I',in't borne t ly ic, any conflti or Iitcre.t here,"' isld Mv A rthu upon hearing of thN All Ig.itor'% decision to put11 out anti Ilorilia Blue Key istrid. the S-ir line of the K ast stands. "As iting aS I hive anything what.%oevvr to do with any organI'll .e that the people who Werk tre going to be rewar4d.d" MoArthur countered. In the past It has been virtually tradition for 11h, Alligator, Florida Blue Kry and Student Government to gain their block seats on the 50-yard line, while .11 other block groups depend upon chance through, dtr.wing for their choice of seats. MeArthur e mpha si4zed that students not sitting In tbiooks wer. not being diarriminated against. Those :student sitting In iroup' will sit oh the south ,'td. of the '. ast 50, while students nut purtic'ipating in (roup ,eatInu wtil sit ci lb.' worth 'ide or nh. E:sat s0. MrArthur, ,.tlmating the number or e-l-ct --ts-to. Alli gator, Bli. K. y and Student Government at 'around 400,'' repealed lbst "I Just honepitly dwn't tee any legitimate. conflict of initerests her." "I think thor, I. parallel betwe.n this and lyceum*Cowncil members i tt l.g in guarant.d good seats for Lyceum productioos," McAflbhsr added. "I think It Is fusdamentai to lii nation jnd not peculiar to Ii,. campus," hMcArthur ua1d, reIerrng to the principle of reward. tot work. While rn.Intaining be ISIS that the "rewarij system"' Is good, hicArthur added that, "I betl that too nmucd thing. at any one tim. cal, and usually is vory dotrimental to any pIOgtlflh I f.i," he tontind,"at this tim, tkat ahout a. much rhjrq. -s ran be tolerated has beee ,roduced Ito the current fyat. mn. flThis Mnt to mean that I feel that Th. Aligab.r' stand Is nilve or unrnal.stic. Sometimes In tin tutue the priority seating for the caid setloo n, St ude nt Gonemcs aS Frida Blue Kay might be duir"I nould be plet.d to hear 1 J J

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WW~C!MWJW$IW.S'm%5 fltmwSWmmW'Iaems The >rid All grbrIS0r7 Merry Ch ase tCon tinted (mm Poge Legislative ( oVjnued fromr Page fr~ J"i ~' 1iiI~i Council utokm" Rhman Splits U m1 (UhP for us kPtOI' d cied 'rnd Icapali4 f P .. lest' Plti. masterer struck almost Immediately, however, in the forrmi of a flat tire between Gainesville and Orlando. The rep.Ir w'rordlng tn Ellson, took about 30 minutes. Then back on the scooter and on to Orlando. But 20 miles south of Ocala more trouble struck. This time it was gas. Ellison whetted the scooter Into a gas station and put about a quart of oil (required to be mixed with the gas In that type scooter) into the tank. So on down the road went the photographer, spouting clowd of oil smoke so thick, according to Ellison, that "you could hardly see the scooter."' Another 20 minutes were killed while Ellson got gas and cleaned oil out of th, engine parls. Then back on the scooter and on to Orlando. But at last he arrived in the city and went straight to the Colonial Piana where the senator was speaking -Just In time to see him drive away. Ellizon, figuring he hadn't come a hundred miles for nothing, took oft for Tampa. The time was about 3:30 p. mi. In Tamp., he went straight to where Goldwater was spend the night and had stopped momentarily. Into the lobby went the plucky photog, just In time to have the senator rush past in a crowd, get in a car and take off for St. Petersburg. Back on the scooter went Ellison, headed for St. Pci Getting through thle press gate,Els shot pictures for about 30 muints, went back to Tampa aid waited in hopes of mor, shots. But no luck there, so back towards GalnessilI.ecarn, the scooter--at l0:S0 p. m. Ellison passed a servic, station but kept coming anyhow, hoping to pick 14p morn mileage--and a mile and n-half down the road ran out of gas. So tack to the station (flaw closed) went Ellison, who woke the ownar and got gas. About eight mile, out of WillIston, thn intrepid shutterbug hit a patch of water "about knee deep and 50 yard. wide." In an attempt to go through, the scooter cofled out and 20 precious minutes wer, taken to once again Cleaw the ,ngliin.-thi* tim. of water. Two mile, further it happand again, only thi. tim, it was "hip deep and about one-third mile tOg." Wlser this time, Ellison piumhed th, scooter through. "Every few minute.," related EKlaon,"a big semi-truck would come by and throw out a way, about flour feet high.' Finally, it 4:30 a. in., IC hours and III miles alter he had left, The Alator's wandering photog limped Into Gaiaesvilie. Budget (Continued from Page 1) Apprvedwas a proposed ameidmeit eatabllahlng an alternative penal procedure whereby a student observed cheating has 24 her a t ti himself in to the livner Cowrl. By triag himself In a shidest may hoe for a lesser psalty. This procedurn would .1. do much to lessen the "tattle-tabe" especd s the hoast system, the chanor said. The tn other amesmmnts approved aere technIcal it saturn -br1nglng the cantitution and alrt proedu Into agree moot. Dfleated was an amendment that would hase required a andt Id Mr chasceflor to have envd in 'lope I I to inothtr vrjt'. "yDer,.t am. termu 1 0u11i membrerp. didn't re .ive Inform 01,n and rnma t r ials conc r ing the proposed amendment before voting on It,'' Richman said. "if the proposal came to another vote the jesuits would be different. On the other side was Buddy Blain, council representative from a the College of Law, who said the reqtdremnent doesn't do much to assure good candidates; furthermore It rules out the possibility of electing someone well Qualified but not necessarily experienced In Honor Court procedures. Biabn fears the position could evolve Into a political "plum'' office sincethe chancellor appoints two Influential officers beneath to him, the chief defense counsel and the attorney general. However, two other offices are elective, t ho se o f counsel and assistant counsel "Honor / U .J1 Court could not effecS Front and center a pert bow accents the slim, tr'm sheath A fashion jewel for datetime or daytime Lined crepe of 76% acetate, 24% rayon in after-S colors. Regular Sizes 5-15 ---$12.-00 A Student Charge Account il/ate her an ~ where I A *14 C Lit V FARAH< S .S/ac/i II ZA K by I~ 'I S. I N IN I I ETI III A I, /, S U)' IN V *1 e. _. ---

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Blonde? Only Her Bottle Knows For Sure Memorial Setback Plans bavye come to a dt for I ohn Ftt zgerald K enniediy mi to r a.l to be built on the I 'mversity of Florida Campus In honor of the 35th PresIdent of the United States, who was assassinated last November 22. According to Ken Kennedy, president of Student Government, plans to build the JFK memi>rtal have been abandoned because of a conflict with such student government progranis is the dollars for scholars drive and the world university service campaign., A monument to the late Presi_dent wa s proposed by Paul Hendrick, vresldent of the student body at the time of the assassi-nation, to honor the man who spoke here at a Florida Blue Key banquet In 1958 when he was the Sen. from Mass. Hendrick's term of office expired, however, before any definite plans for the memorial were drawn up. JFK Gets u.hIIlght. \h, tijie ouit of the Cance r E Xpe ''W get intt ti ihs >ter. The hir Is dlimige d imi times hi ht can be don, to help It 1., to let It grow cut, which niry take ye ii." A good hlejch job rosta, $15 to $25 and may take several daiys to be cominp i ed *i Th. jeeS red color nerds to be perfect e by ,adding bleati iplitatimn to take out the br. ,sy olor. Then a toner Is iddedl for the particular blonde color. Retouching Is necessary every three or four weeks. The lighter the color, the hirde, It Is to keep. Some girls start bleaching their hair with peroxide when they are 13 to 14 years old. flow do parents reel about this? Mrs. Meeker says some would rather give In than arnie. 'C r.d of jilt nr ,,. M. psi *,, Cl with rt ThI ink Curable The tedts should incidae inspec tion of the ,.nti re skin arca, txody ai t les, urlln' te'ts, he siX-ray anid, In women, it rvlca I d'ttrs and pelaptioii of the breasts. The tests should 1w cart led out .t five year Interveli at least and annual ChACk% would be ideal. "If women ini E rope wou ld undergo such tests about fly., out of every I ,OOO would be found to be requiring treatmiet, "tiheareport said. May ont GENEVA ~tPI) -Three-quarters of all caneer r ases could be prevented, iii initernatlonai rant of iop cancer specialists sild yes te rta y. The 12-member team saId cancer in Its latent period can be prevented from developIng anrd known c.,usative factors can he removed or controllMd. "More thin 7Sper-centofhuman ctflceTs are it least potentially prevertable,"'the specialist said. The fram was called together by the World Health Organization (Who) to discus, what causes cancer and how the disease tin be fought. The team's findings were published Wednesday In the September I s sUe of the WHO Chronicle. Treatment Of pro-cancerous lesions "Is the cornerstoneoftcancer prevention and It is essential that medical practitioners t'Vflywhere should be traIned in this s ubJect,"' the report said. The specialists said the wipingc out of cancer depends on discov.ering the elements of the disease In a person before it can develop. "Cancer prevention should be organized first on the national and then on the international level,, he said. "Mass e x am i n at Ios should be preceded by appropriate health education of the public.,, Mass screenings of persons of 30 and more have been conducted successfully iii several countries and "is probably the idealpreventive method.', If cancer is not present, such screening, could detect other diseasfl rnqudring treatment, the report said. UF In Eode flt nierit o Iordaha enrolled a record l5,7olstudeots for the fall trimester RegIstrar Richard S, Johnson announced yesterday. The burgeoning student population exceeds the 25,200 predIcted for th, fall terni and total. almost 1,000 mote students than the 14,810 enrolled for tht. same period last year. The U university College composed of all freshman sand hargest col oe wIth 7,1W0 stud. regIstered, aithoqgI~ the number represent. a slight deer.,, from the 7,230 for thin tinm, last year. increase. iam,, in the upper levni colleges and the Graduate School with 6,528 at the 2Mper level comand i,ggs in Graduate School compared with 1,839 last fail trimester. Th.e tudenS body consists of 10,964 men and 4,737 women students compared with 10,387 melt and 4,423 women last fall. Knrolinment breakdown by other colleges Ar.: Arts and Sciences 2,2d5; E d uc atI on -1,416, EngineerIng -1,348; B3us ines Administration -787; tLaw -589; Agriculture -47); ArchItecture and Fin. Art. -370; JournalIsm and CommuntcatiOns -387; Medicine -6; P h ar m aey -228; Nursing -153; Physical Education and Health -149; Health Related Servic. -140; and Forestry -44. Deadin Set For Mrs. UFr Mrs. UnIversity of Florida will be choose October IQ~front .610 of beautiful homemaker. and UI wiv. have until midnightaaturday to enter. A ny *rganlz.tloe wishing to or 372-3649 slier 5 p.m. To be-eIgIIa conte-ta-t -u-t be th. wife of a regularly enrolled UW student, IS years it age fl older, married on. yntr as of the dat. of the conttot, 004 a preloqus ceteetafit for Mrn. Ulniwrsity cf Florida aMd .pomsored by a Ul? orgaiaticn. The contest .dhedube is: Thensday Sept. 24, 8:00 p.m. Orhentstioo DNssert a1 'be Relidfl Inn; Sunday Sept. 21 by awcoiatmemi --Individual Interview withj J* at the University Won'. Cit (Perry flbs); Monday Sept. N0, 7:00 p.m. -Rehearsal ha lIse niflt ihe P.A. Tong. High Sacsl Auditorunt and Saturday Oct. II, 8:00 p.m. *P15.1 juI i t e P. K. Tong. 141gb School AwdItriiU. tEa cnent~ .Wi be In sportswear .nd cocktail Ey Bank Gets Boost The North Florida Eye Bank *t the University of Florida Hiospital will receive major financial boost from the Florida Lions Foundation ior the Bind state-wide funddrtve, which rnS tilTOtgh this wk. The foundation was organized by the lions to support the Eye Bank, which setrtrs as acleariughouseto supply eye tissue to those in need tf surgical transplants. Some money from the drive will also be used to equip an Eye Clinic being opened *t th. Duval Medical Cent.: In Jacksonville. In the past year, 89 transplants Itave been made possibl. through th. efforts of the eye tank. In a little less than three years, the bank has provided corneas for 154 transplant. In this operaton, a dama ged cornes--Ith. 'front window'' of the eye-Is replaced by new tissue pledged by donor, when thai donor dies. A network if ey. bait. across the nation Is responsible for getting the donor tissue to the point where It It most urgently needed at th. time. r .1 It out BEEF SfeW is VEny 814 iTTlE CoLL q IH5milMi!Irwisumminil'IPe!UloilimilWolimloolEsemiesmaminimulla

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.Ii!w .J ~. ~, -.~q~r4 rIr.,.rJ ~ .~ r:r~ 0 P IJ NJON ( HUSTE E{ C olumnht There are mahly things that must be -andured by Florida students. But nothing Is mtIore frustrating th n h~iving to endure ,t lecturer who puts you to sleep, is you try to g1e n information from the r mblings of soylleole who m ty control how maiy honor pointyou get. And I belive the indecency of the erposuire incric s50 dir' tly prop)rtcoral to tit numlvr In 4 sm ill -cr tlon of 40 or lpss, tir 5tUation isn't too bail The sherr fact of the lecturer staring p.yu C it kevep you ,alert, m um ig no other inflturnc e mists to put yot. to sleep. Se lions Af Up to Ion people ket qUit' itingerous. They .rc not lullIaI : .MLIU,' br y~Od tO be able lo re Ib iu,utrwIf, iit t~Ole e e.,sy to if li -l.wp aI' i J ri .rpt L ETT ERS: E DITOR: are supposed to leave real footprints, not pussyfootprints, on the sands of time." How right he wa, fr without the forthright frnkcourage that our forefathers possessed, where would we be today'' The United States in the past represented democracy. it still should. But how can we still maintain this stand If in numerous foreign countries our embassies are a constant target for the wrath of irate citizens? Why do -e constantly back away and politely give our apologies when someone offends us' Some time ago the Russians stopped a U. S. cargo ship carrying wheat. They confiscated the cargo and what did we do' NOTH1NG! Our national motto is "Dnon't tread on me!" Yet any country in the world today can stone and otherwis, mutilate our embassies and pile insult after insult wponus.Thesesamecountries noud be lost without United States foreign aid. It's time we stood on our own two feet and let the Europ~eans and Asians know that w, will never cease the struggle Of preserving our freedom. "The United State. should begin acting like world power and siop grovellMg i, its face." lb. are th, words of Mr. Goldwater himself. stop asd thigh a minute please. Have youthought ju.t why our allies raised such, a hae arid cry over th. nomination of Barry Goldwater? If a war did arts., they would not boor t recevlig end. They renlsd that if -should los. their ow. doom .cld be iri uIht. Yet dod't they realize that Just by Passively slttiq .5 cogttting whil the Cornmualits Sdync. we ale leig grouad in the Cold War? he flsla.s were give, an ultiatum to Inn Ct. hen why are the Ruusa an Russia rck.b stBil there? Became us hay. not stoo owr flemia Hot it.,?. .s -Lecture with 500 in .i large lecture halt, you c in s > comfortably under an open umbrella, play rhiread the Alligator or even Compose sOnlri It seems totally ridiculous though th i, I lectures, as take place In the C courses,. have poor lecturers. The powers that t, to forget at times that eormunicati> ias important as knowledge of the s The same thing applies to television Ipe who haven't learned camera presen difference between scholar andr I+ enormus. lecturer who cannot bUI whole personality to his job or whe little personality it can't be made ma. cannot be considered an adequate 1' H Midgely' Technique EDI'TOR: As a person interestSd in government and Ifl particular our democratic American government, I must comment on a dewelopmflt of this presidential election. It is not v.! ororiginlal, but it is becoming more crystalized and vociferous. I refer to the use of the prcpagnda technique I call "lablismn." 'lb Communists use It tO full advantage. The trick I. to nike a IaSO premise and then to carry it to Its "logical" coticlusions C. 1. -"Capita~liti are evil." Then it follows to call Borneo. a "dirt y capitalist dog." mis technique ,has entered, it Seems to memorE' ad mor jnto the speech of the American electorSt. A letter to the editor of "yesterday contained many good samples. Dir. Mitley referred to (the qutts are his own) the IRactio4ry Right," the "Liberal Latti*'" ticket of Johnso' asd Humphrey, the ADA's "sqer uiberalisfl.' Now these *re ggn term wfl wisely used and uthen they arn 0'ieanmn through suwotb~ efde~. Tee Th ~lYters tO hag supesded unchut omthinas sntet Swqport. Mr. 14thy ,see les ingted I Bwtq that the ADA WAS u liberalt it 191sort at rnsoning, or la out tn is ce rtal7f ~ f slder.Uior by -n Sedled usn. He is CitI* tryngto decei.e nsa ar Shbri -maY Burns

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-.~--..-~---. ~ ~ .-.----.--I >1 simnpu N 'C' 'S Briefs Kappa Psi Officers French Hi 1' [4pd 'NI lit r iati ATOMIC SPECTRA, ATOMIC STRUCTURE ART flF THE ..Gerhord storian A., s N lit new (All term, TUCsdi iIght. ewly electedi otficers ire rerry Reid, regent; vie s S I A, & uqua, se PIu mIn er, t'omm'a ss I, U re; 1 historian Ant norn vice -regent, cretary; treasurer; Ken Russ Fd assisti,)t tre's A rchie Gariw ty, and Walt Mc( ints, Chaplain-. Library Friends Friends of the L.ibrary are gain collecting used books, both fiction and flon-fictionr to *raise monecy for theGainesstlle Public Library. The books will be sold it a building to the City Hall on St. October I from the sale library ,ietted MdjaCent N. E. 1st hrough 3. viOfley Is gtven to the and ii the past h:as well over $1,000 each year. People having books tteywish to donate the Library 2-106!and Sthe sale F riends of may cali F H the book N will ie LBJ Supporters At ttelt Ion Inte rested lOhflsOf rot ill studentss tn supporting ri electIrn this *tOw mber. The ''Students J ahns.on" orgaization holding its first meeting Tu r Nd ay for Is this at jfl. 21$ or the F borid' (nion'. N iil Vfee h new proc [ i offers Lu \1odern & uropjn Ac Miti,,iAct, iPh.D. [.e hires Uoi4, hut,.i Frtch, wed.>ept. lI; md fliur,. p.fl. in H ni [ihr It>. Navy R The officer sept. l*, it 7-30 10., nu i ty ecruiting programs team tromi the Jickwnfl'llet' bN ivy Heeru>t ing Stit I C.'mrpus Sept. .3 I. The team wf applicationss fro mnd junior Pd to attend the Oil Sc e ol at N 'The Officer ( ICm ni vii be on will te onr S th rough Gct. II tie ic repting mI seitr men senior wcomien ricer C ticidite wpott, Rhole mndidate School located 3t the F loridi I'nipn [or testing, InWRUF Auditions Studits t' announcing Inter ested i, rfIto may now find thdi chalice is WI?. -FM I, julltioning apprentice annOllnltrs. AIWOUfl(er > 44ppo tumityt p1OSitioni on O pir s ar P v will be giu'i the auditi#i U. the sitthon dll A dlutfl !& will I'. acid toimlght at 7:10 at the WIRh ,.tud los cmth fourth floor of the st adl um b ilii rg. Student, Shou~tll usC the Journalism and ComimumiCounseling catlois entrance a t he north end of thi, tbuilditig. sudent h"'uld r"eistr wih Absentee Ballots the pre-professonlCounselfng Any student unable to volt. In office, 107 AndersonMondays the upcoming election (let. I through Fridays. Plnns bring and wishing to vote must mike :.:course and seetlonnumbersand request to Marty Schwart, instructors names.DeadlIne is In Room Ill of the Florida :Oct. 2 and will not be extended. Union by 5 p.m. Sept. 21. The Browse Shop THE VOICE THE GROUP OF THE MASTER.Kahli. .Mry MA THE INHERITO.Wiiam THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE DAMNED .F. Scott Gibran cCarthy Golding Fitzgerald SABER TOOTH CURRICULUM. .Abner Peddiwell TECHNICAL & REFERENCE NUCLEAR PHYSICS. .Kaplan Herzberg Lloyd SPECIAL SATURDAY FOOTBALL ISSUES *INTERVIEWS & A MESSAGE FROM COACH RAY GRAVES SCOUTING REPORTS ON OPPOSING TEAMS INTERVIEWS WITH OPPONENT COACHE S FEATURES ON GATOR PLAYERS TheSi hc N ( ANCIENT NEAR EAST. .Seton electeti sfrier ritermty will he enen by e aa e. See What's ^ New in

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9<9 t, > ~ U )VJ(I AP ttiit~./, R CLA lIED Fior Sale j BARGAIN like new portable GEF Stereo. Moveable speaker rid balance adjustment. See it flow it 1018 S.W. 7thb Ave. or ciii 37 8001. (A-B -5t-c). 14' RUNABOUT Boat, 35 HP Merc.,ry and trailer, all in excellent condition. A very good ski outfit. Individual owner. Only $495. Call 376-4048. (A-8-5t-c). l962 ZUJNDAPP 250cc Motoreycle; electric starter. Best Offer. Also B flat Clarinet. Call 466-3237, Micanopy. (A-8-3t-c). FM -AM Admiral radio. Dual speakers. Brand new. $50 or will trade for TV or stereo. Call Art 378-ll5a. (A-8-3t-c). BLONDE Bookcase double bed dresser with mirror and vanity stool, $65. Desk arnd chair $5. Very large bookcase $8. 2 pIece green, sectional sofa, $20. White enameled kitchen table and four chairs $15. Chest of drawers, $3 Call 316-2304 alter 6:30 p.m. (A8-It-c). SE ARS Kenmore oil heater, 55,000 BTUl, like new, $15. Gas stove$30. See at 1336 NE 7th Street.Phone FR 6-9B0E. '-fl-t-c). 1064 CHICK iSHA Mobile home, 2 bedroom 5orl0equippedon lot. Will sell for equity and resume payments. Call 2-7798. (A-S-at-c). 1964 HONDA 150. E xcellent condition. $425. See at Shady Nook Trailer Park, Lot I5. 3101 SW 34th Street. Off Archer R oa d. (A-6-4t-c). HOUSE TRAILER -3952 Model Sehult 8 x 40, wall to wall carpet, In good condition. $995. Call after 5:30 FR 6-0790. (A-7-2t-c). LEITY. BIMONOCULAR MICROSCOPE -objectives with case-. Excellent for biology and niedical work. $115. E mory A. Morris, Rn. 33, Bucknman "B". FR 2-92)7. (A-'7-Zt-p). AMR-CONDITIONER, 17,000 BTU push button by Emerson, $165; two month old Woman's bicycle, $25; Master's cap & gown, $20. Anytime at 3431 E. University Ave. (Cottage #1). Or 8-3241, Ext. 2219. (A-7-2t-p). MOBILE HOME 1902 Wolverine l0xOC, high and dry, like new. $2800, or equity and take up payments. 3620 SW Archer Read village, lot 26. Phone 378-2049. (A-S-t-p. _______ VESPA motor scooter, good conditioc. $45. Call r7e-Os79 alter 5. W48-Mt-e). IPersonal YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS printed in red, bbu., or black op quality, penonal-si. stationery. 100 sheets and 50 .nvelopes. Send $3 to: Ink and Print, Dox 14014, Gainnsvill.(J-I -lt-p). Services -J 0 U I TA R -[3 A N J 0 [nsttii ticn; C lasictl, F I,. nenro, f olk, and Belinnrr. retch, Espana, Fender and Epiphone Guitars. Gainesville Music Ceniter, 1023-1025 West University, Phone 372-5421. (M-8St -c). PROFESSIONAL TYPING done at home. 12 years experience arnd on the ap~rovedgraduate !ist. Thesis, Term papers, Dissertations, etc. Cail PMrs. Lyons 6-7160. (M-8-3t-c). LOVE AND CARE IN A PRIVATE HOME. Limit four children. Excellent references, two years teaching, fIve years sum m e r recreation. Ten dollars a week. Phone 378-2230. (M-7-4t-c). FREE -Budget book and INSURED Savings information for married couples. No obligation. Phone 3789783 between I and 4 p. (M -1-lot -c). WILL CARE FOR A child 3 years or older inl my home. Nice fenced in y ar d and meals served. Reasonable rates. Call FR 2-6623. (M-2-ti-ne). A TTENTION: Frat. Social chairmen. The latest and greatest band in the area; The DIAMONS, is now booking. Bear then, Sat, at Mke at 2-8923 (F-8-r2t-p)a.l I$ Wanted WANTED 2 girls to share house at 2IB NW I9th~ Lane. Call Jenny at 6-4806. (C-B-at-c). WANTED 1950 thru and Chevrolets. Al Service Station, 9SIB Street. (C -5-20W-c). 1954 Fords Heyndon's S. E. 4th WANTED -Sales Manager for S tude nt Publications. Studying accounting wIth 6 hours minimum to date. This is a trainee position leading to the position of btwlness manager of Student Publications. Pay is $l0.aO per week for sales manager job. Apply Stude nt Pblication oice in the Florida Fo r R ent -9 2 BEDROOM, 2 B atih homn,. Beautiful wooded lot with 300 ft. on Lak. Cowens. $85 to qual Wied tenant. Call 372-7658. (B-t-at-c). CUE STICK BILLIARDS 905 N. Main Food Fair shopping Cert:t Gotors & Girls WELCOME ZlnitrRnzt-at/A lil2(ded. F p month. (Il-S-Ifn ). stove I ,d r"Crigergt, 'mily pr.4erel. $75 (all 2-0213 iftr 5. MOBILE HOME Spdce. Progress Mobile Home Park. 6 mIles North U.S. 441. Phone 462-1660. Charles Norris. Manager. (B-I-9I-c). HelpB Wate PART TIME Motorcycle or scooter m e ch an ic. O nly experienced persons need apply. See Mr. Streit at Streit's Bicycle Shop, 615 W. Univ. Ave.(E-7-St-c). A PIANO PLAYER is needed to accompany the P.K. Yonge Lab School Chorus for one hour a day. 2:l5 to 3:10. There is money involved. If Interested call Ed Carwithen, 6-2541 or 6-0197. (E -6-3t-c). EXPERIENCED Bartender mnaleor female part time or lull time. Apply in person Party Package Store. 4005 N. W. 13th Street. 7 a.m. to IIp.m. (E-6-3t-c). STUDENTS Wanted both male and female to work in serving lines. Apply Long's Cafeteria, 313 W. University Ave. (E-6-3t-p). ft. .dfuVI4WN TntU I I4 a.4.cI. I@M5 LAST TIME 3 COLOR HITS $1 CARLOAD open t:45,siow 7:15 see 2 late as 8:55 at 8:55 only A NGIE DICKINSON shown first 7:15 nit at 10:30 Von Dyke BYE BIRDIE 3rd I Dick BYE Lost & Found tS 9 af.i% winter II ivenr C I m R ing. Blue sIon. at Inscription Burdette Phe .3 w -1 .130. ( L -8 -It-p)*. FOUND I adies wrist watch near Flj. Gym. Owner mtay claim upon Identification and payment of Ad. Bill I uecking, 847 South Hlail. (L-6 -3t-i). Rea stt FOR SA LE -Lovely, contemporary home, 2 blocks from campus in Southnest section. Cypress family room; imported shutters. Fiberglass screened veratndas. Maple parquet; tiled baths, skylights. Glass walls overlooking ravine. Easily converted Into two apartmenits if desired. Especially ideal for couples, nurses, and single professors. Call p.m. for appointment. FR 2--0328. (1-5-6it-i). Autos I'%EL P I N ALU T [)AL PIIINE t er r In gas mileage, excellent ci ndltion, fully equipped. Must sell now to continue school. $395. 1614 N. W. 3 Place or call 372 -2q07 after 4.00. (G-A-3t-c). 1959 VOLKSWAGEN perfect engine. Real bargain. Call 3762033 after 5. (G-8-3t-c). MUST SE tL 1964 Corvalr Monza. (Radio, Automatic transmission & factory air-conditioning.) Still under new car warranty. Call 3760794.(G.6-5t-p). 1956 FORD Fairlane one owner, excellent condition. $400. Call FR 2-8703 after 5:30 p.m.(G-7-St-c). 1959 CHEVROLET I MPA LA Convertible, power brakes a nd steering, new engine. Price $995. Call 485-2385. (G-7-St-nc). A Ph \ -1 4, c~* ~w .br if-I Dii-," Efl COLOR! I
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Just d rolball s~Tme d nutrtust et ivitteCSenil i l, hit mods]ifleds Ink hole. 1hw hole, formed nearly ntury ago, is typical of mnafy others located throughout Alachua County. in dhe case of this one, the hole provided AD excellent location for the sunken stadium. Sink holes are formed by the Se Boll To0 .Thrndf0R Is Deo Goldwater That's Florida Field AnOld ph s& *1 Lt' e p phihl te 1o llIm,,top whie Ii in turn hi verniihe dI s o lv ing Un, m evenituills laCvPS only amount of support bw low .c. rhen, whiti this 'Ujpp WAY, the ground i ves n ually fills the it vne Cr the ijissolv.(l liflhQstoIne.' The tim,' v rues in w sinik holt ft nal y be( 0 me In the cas. of tDevil' hopper.* a sNkfl hole lo.at miles west of the campus, t ling process Is dtill not iu A more recent sink huh I Sinkhole I> th*e Ii fir the lii est fitme in h I msh I -p u.,t ten years. Tii sink hobe-dsill i tin ob_Ss t{)iin >trvel i 1ks nitur Il form,. snaill "N.,thlng IIn be lout until t tlhe sutmURI! or le sttles. Then the irt zives hole will be tilled ii, jnd restored mldgridto gioUnti kvel, Qro's explineul. iat d by ( the r sink holeon .eampus ar less noticeail' Ih* cot y sri In bloth the front of Brow rd dormitory was settled. onea sink, now mxditfitl 1ik e M IIIl the one in front of the dairy id thre' lente buildin. C -to. Pond is a he sett-sink that retained an abundance of implete. water thjt round no passage hrlow Sdevelthe surface. Students via TV Observe At -""8"~~I' nt h o I.h uligtnm ose I itli' noe tL s t IIhi ,I hisrostuii ilitii% while -, tild it theli L1,sk$ iin Norm"r flail. with the benerlt of prft stoz In thi rokbom. tklenitS can (4isrve th, leAther, In Indiviiu,I 'hldl or the entire tlIsrx)m thitiugh I remoe coitiol .imxr I. keinth (hrtliaksea and Re Ki Weimer of tih, schujol or JOIur11llim l((,mmnu--ht(IIOvS tit atdthe idea. Rowland Mellir, Chief Fngiiwer or WU'[ T, Is In charge of tt. hnlcal op.r tions. With over 20,000 ,tudent .uI-rp va.tiwi reuired etch year, ciass es at P. K. Yonge became to., chaotic. Welmer and ChrlstlalesendeP.K. Yonge 00'' m 'h n .d I.i t n b u $ I'hh. ittitelqI,.wiring,ois' yet. Goin Ch ose n President -elect tI r, Colemni Loin, University Of 12 ot lilth pr fessor of blologtcal icer,ene, Is the new presidentelect of the Amrrlcan Society of ichtyoiotst and H-rp-tolo~lstt. It was announced yesterday. Dr. Goin will take over the rest in 1965 and will step ip to the prrsld-ncy In 19-6 lhas al-o served as vice president and treasurer of the 1,500 member org alzt t on. COLUMBIA, S. C. (UP!) -Sen. Strom Thurmond returned home yesterday to announce he is bolting the Democratic party to become a Goldwater Repubilcan -and found the GOP door thrown open wide by Goldwater himself. Barry Goldwater described his fellow senator as "one of the great Americans" who has decided irthat he has had enough." Thurmond, a leader in the south's fight against the civil rights bill and the top vote-getter in his state, went before a statewide television audience last night to make the widely leaked announeement, and explain the reasons for his decision. His bolt from the Democratic party could cost President Johnson the South Carolina vote in the Navemrber election. The Democrats carried the state in 1960 by less than 10,000 votes out of the nearly 400,000 cast. While Governor,' 1lurmond leda walkout of Dixiecrats at the 1948 Democratic National Convention, and later sought the presidency under the Dixiecrat banner. He and his running mate, Fielding L.' Wright of Mississippi, carried four southern states and got 39 electoral votes. in 1952 Thurmond backed Republican Dwight D. Eisenhower, and In 1956 and 1960 he refused to publicly support either major candidate. The 61-year-old Thurmonad seldom voted with the DemocratS in, the Senate and has frequently Voiced the diew that the Democrats are leading the nation t ow ar d socialism and governmental regRime ntaticc. Goldwater, on a four day plitca1 tour of the South, pit aside his Prepared text at Knoxville, Tean., to welcome Thurmond into the parFty. "I doi't blame the Democrats for leaving the party that no longer repreelt. their diews," h Republican presldeuthal candidate said. Thurmosd hinted during a tel.Vision Interview earlier this year that he might leane the party. "I know of no reason thy. ..I SAM be in the same party .4th Sen. Hudiert llumphrey sAd Sna. Joe Clarkeo Pansylvanls became fl i jut d t stand for the same

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p i I -~ Lettermen Give -~ -~ ,-----.--.~~-.---Punch N' I' T MARQUBr AESZLER 0 Auburn Football lChc world's most prolific wrlt**r hri done t ag41I. A nonymous, undoubtedly th, mriot widely read powt pn 'istory, clipped this under my d or the other lay. Ode Ta The Unknowing One Sing to the vagaries of the unkcmowhtg one, The song of the men who've seen the sun, It rose in the east and set In the west, While the fighting Gators were doing their best. All through the heinous hurricane, 'They felt such toll, and sweat, and pain. But why oh why, you foolish men, Did you practice on Sunday, Is It not a sin? It's such a foolish, waste of time, With a schedule like that to no heights can you climb. There's another thing that's hard to see, Why do you bit those dummies with such animosity. This the week of the game you must fear ignominy, Statisticians predict you'll be lucky to win any. But now I se., In.e what you meant, For my Ignorance I am your supplient. I am a woeful, thouhtless baru, Any more stupidity and I shall starve. One practices to win-not to lose, Florida shall win-for th, others it's the blues. I don't mean this as a rebuttal and I certainly don't want to start a feuggoodkuss knows having SMU against us Saturday will be bad enough) but ol' Anonymous took the words right out of my mouth. his Gator. aren't practicing to be losers-but winners. A seasoned veteran once said "There are only two kind. of shape-worse shape and better shape."' We want to be in better shape. It would be foolish to promise a one hundred per cent winning record-bit we do promise a onr hundred per cent winning effortand victories will follow. ClosE Kept Frat e Tab On Rolls 'The air ha. finally been cleared. Director of Intromurals Spurgeon Cherry heaved a sigh of relief over the last word out of the ofies from room 129 In Tigert Hall. lii that office resides Assistant who also holds the office of Advisor to UF FraternIties. ii recent years there has been much controversy concernlIng UF fruisritin and intramural. over th. problem of *llgibllity roill. Problems would arise when on. fraternity would claim a foul over another tue Sfan individual who was ifieguly being used since he was not cc the rolst' Mystericusly or otherwIse, jildidual ames would sppear ondd)..flear oa those onlolairoll. whenever a protest was wade. kno, homiver, that difficulty has been cured by a proposal out of Dean Crts' office which was approved by the lntrauuruls Dept. Copgtm o the final roil will be printed -n October first. C.e will be S$p In the Dean Sf Hei's ofme, c. will be kept Is th.e Iatrasural Dept. offie, and a copy Sf each wil be sent to all ,eartile nea UF frateruihies.n Ti roil wil be Octals and final. r. .*.E .I DAVE A sittont BEOOWT Monoging Editor Auburn head football coach Ralph Jordan faces his fourtttnthyearat Auburn with the confidence that a 9-1 record and a host of returning lettermen brings. Joroan feels '~niB year's squad has as much size,speedandability as any team he has coached at Auburn, but a few questions still leave the pigskin prophets The Tiers from the plains of Alabama need a better ground attck p te mdde andbte remains to be seen if the Tigers t.kept Aubur in several games during the, last three years. "amazing"' Jmmy Sidle Sidle L a good bet to finish oh someone's All-America list and a better bet to be the SEC's top quarterback for the second straight year. In 196 sdle concentrate on is runin an wil be paig more. Two Jsophomores Tomi Byui competing for the opportunity to be Sidle's stand-in. Tucker Frederickion, 215, is not the most dangerous of runners, but he ii an outstanding blocker and tackler. Behind Frederickson it lBS-pound Gerald~ross. Mickey Sutton, 185, and JlmmyJ'artln, 180, will share the wingback spot, with Doe Griffith, 200, and John tjochrna, dternat Ing it rul back. JordanI will use four sophomores as the opportunity permits--Mike Looser, Harrison McCraw, Bob Besired and Mack Boll. Auburn has 17 lettermen on the line plus Bill Cody, the Ti ge rs Si neha c king specialist with few equals in, the Southeast. Jordan looks forward to at least two lettermen at every position on the forward wall. KSpor ts The THE pour experi.nced players spark tht Tiger's mnd play. Mike Helms 190, left end, holds a na rrow margin on Ronnie Baynes, 200. On the right side, Bucky Waid, 6-3, 195, has almost no edge on Jim Ingle, 185. The Tigers are favored to go all the way,at Least uvtotheIrThanksgiving flay encounter with Alabama on national television. Florida meets Auburn inGalnesyulle on Oct. 31. Fan s Harmon FLORIDA BOOTS HATS SHIRTS Football Forecasts will be brought to you each Friday EXCLUSIVELY an Pick of Nations Top 20 Teams Forecast of Weekt Games Nationwide :.1II.