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Friday, Sept. 18, 1964
Vol 57, No.'It J University of FloridaGainesville T

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Leg Council ChargedWith

xDo-Nothingism' 1I

Executive Editor Martin Edwards, 4AS and a past phasls on the word"supposedly."
Opinion differed sharply on the 'member of Legislative Council We have 11 committees which
relative worth of the Legislative himself, headed those critical to maybe four have ever met and
Council as the Council, ridden the present status of the council. worked as a unit," Edwards com-
with controversy, came under fire "There is a need for complete mented. lie listed the Rules and I
by a cabinet member of the Ken- change of attitude by council mem- Calendar Committee, headed by
nedy Administration this week. bers toward their positions on the Buddy B I a In e; the Budget and
Heavy criticism and cries of council, because they are Finance Committee, headedby -
"do-nothingism" have been heaped supposedly representing the Herman Green; and the Excuse
upon the council often in the past, student body," said Edwards, who Committee, headed by Andy Per- N
but opposition to the current situa- campaigned In the election of Gator cival, as notable exceptions to the
tion within the council has Party candidates last spring before present sad state of the committee
seemingly reached a new plateau. appointment to his present positionby system. "There Is today a need
Secretary of Legislative AffairsCouncil Kennedy. lie put major em- for drastic revision of the com-
mittee system," Edwards' added.

"Many many committee members exist chairmanand In name 3

only," he said.Appointed .
Official In March, Edwards Is
In charge of constitutional revisions
of organizing and sending
mall concerning meetings,
Adds Fuel To FireLegislative legislative council members. He '
Dick GoberIn
assists vice president !,'
council meetings and attends all _.rn. -__ _
Council Majority financial matters, If nothing meetings. His function Is pri-
Leader elect Richard (Dick) else," he said.Thompson marily of a lIason between the THE FLORIDA Union Print Sale offers pictures to

Thompson added more fuel to.the countered recent executive and the legislature. suit nearly every taste. Above, Lesley Lorant and
of Legislative Council inefficiency "My position Is that of a mail
flames of controversy concerningthe charges SuzannA make their selection. The sale ends
Legislative Council yesterday."The by launching an attackon order clerk and a football coach Degni
Legislative Council has the present cabinet system. Juggling his lineup," Edwards today. (For another print sale picture see Pogo 3.)
Gator ) hurling wryly remarked. My office:
not operated as an effective student "They're ( Party %
opinion forum In the past because charges at us to try to divert cannot be organized or coordi-
of lack of publicity of its stt.dent Interest away from their nated properly until some stabi- MtU; *!? mIMNiHWti.@j@\f! \
activities," Thompson said. "Re- own Inefficiency," Thompson lity is reached In council ranks. ri ?.WIJffJ.

however," continued, argued. Edwards estimated that only ...
cently, ..... !:..
been publicity.1' Thompson admitted however, some 40-50 members regularly
"there has
Control I
"The Legislative Council servesa that "There are two or three attend the bi-weekly meetings ti. Board jm
useful purpose In budgetary and exceptions." scheduled on Tuesday nights. ::
::: ffr:::?:

I Big Pep Rally Slated TonightThe rr ill r Meets Here Today 1

annual Pep Night and Foot- of University Auditorium. a talk by Coach Ray Graves. Ha! Florida's governing board for higher education, the Board of
ball Preview sponsored by the Featured will be Gator majorettes plans to introduce his assistant Control of the University System, will open Its meeting at 8j30 this
Florida Union Forum Committee and cheerleaders, university coaches, give the low down on all morning In UF President's conference room. U t
will launch Gator football season choir, and the band. According key players, discuss the value of The Board of Control will, along with its regular netting, meet /
tonight. to Bill McCollum, Chairman of practice, predict this year's prospects In a Joint session with the Legislative Committee's Higher Education
Master of Ceremonies, AI Also- the Union Forum, the choir will plus rate forthcoming opponents Sub-committee, chairman of which is Sen John E. Mathews Jr. of
brook, Assistant Director lead students In singing the Alma In addition,cartoon slides Duval County.In .
Alumni Affairs will start the proceeding Mater. featuring these opponents are the Joint meeting, a blueprint for Florida's higher< education for
at 7:30 on the front lawn Highlighting the evening will be planned to supplement his pre- the next decade will be discussed, including the locations and typesof
view. new educational institutions and the criteria for the establishment of

This Is the second year that the Junior colleges.A .
LBJ HailsMight Barry SeesRealignment Union Forum has sponsored the similar master plan was adopted In 1956 by the committee,
event. McCollum forecasts that which set the stage for the establishment of new universities now
tonight's activity should surpass located In Tampa, Boca lUtom, Pennsacola and Orlando.In .
last year's preview. another session, the Board of Control will consider a complaintby
U.S. Immediately following, the Four UF Professor Robert G. Hoffman that the UF dealt unfairly'with
Scores (formerly, the Hl-Fl's)will him when It abolished his Job of statistics professor at UF Health
entertainment for raid Center last June.
resident Johnson announced water welcomed his Senate or shine street dance, south of
former Democratic J. the Florida< Union. In case of
Thursday the United States has colleague,
Into the Repub- bad weather, this gathering will
weapons which could destroy In Strom Thurmond,
space any satellites orbiting the lican party Thursday with a warm be held In the Club Rendezvous. Still No Orange Peel Editor I
earth with nuclear bombs. embrace and prediction that a

Johnson made the disclosure In gradual realignment of the political Staff Meeting The Board of Student Publications desk waiting for approval.
serving warning against agres- parties was In the offing. did not editor of Chairman of the board John Webb
sors lofting such warheads. as a Thurmond a one-time presidential l The New Orange Peel yesterday Mid, "I did not think we had enough
device "to terrorize the entire candidate himself as a Dix- continue as UF President J. Wayne Rettz members of the board present for
population of the world." He said lecrat in 1948, announced tits defection I failed to approve two new members such an Important meeting as this

this country possesses two weapons from the Democratic party an Important staff meeting at In time for the electoral 'board one. As chairman of the board
systems capable of killing Wednesday night. He Introducedthe in The Alligator meeting. I cancelled the meeting."
4 today
standard bearer at an prn.
such orbiting threats.At Arizona
office. The meeting bad been set for
the same time, be revealed airport rally Just outside Greeras Any staff member- missing yesterday afternoon contingent A tentative date of Sept. 24 has
In a speech from the state Cap- a man who""would make a this meeting will no longer upon the approval of two new board now beta Nt -for the next electoral
itol steps here that this countrynow great president. be eligible to work on the members Bob Wilson and Barbara board meeting If the two new
has new radar devices which Goldwater told the crowd"Fol- have been seated by
staff unless be contacts the Keller, by UF President J. Wayne members
can "se over the horizon and low the brave example of Strom Reltz. that time.
managing editor by
editor or
thus defect hostile missile Thurmond. 6 p.m. today. By meeting Um the two appointments President Reltz was not avail
(Continued on Page 2) (Continued on Page 2) were still sitting on Reitz's able for comment.

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I HHH Says Barry Allergic r.'I.o."I': : ,:: / e r Predicts: i.1:::::::

I Barry'End// War I
WICHITA FALLS, Tex. (UPI) sure bet to lose In November. rights advocate will tour southern-

Democratic vice presidential Proclaiming that the Demo- oriented Arkansas on Friday.flew to :::::::::: .::::::::
candidate Hubert H. Humphrey cratic campaign was going "very The Minnesota senator Central EN ROUTE WITH MILLER charged that President Johnson
In Lyndon Johnson's well Humphrey barnstormed Wichita Falls I n north
campaigned ,
drew (UPI-Rep. William E. Miller said apparently hopes to choke off part.
home country Thursday on the through three Texas cities In pre- Texas from Washington and Thursday that the war in 'Viet ison discussion of the Issues
about In!
theme that Barry Goldwater's paration for his first Invasion of cheers from a crowd of Nam "will never be concluded or the election campaign.
"no" votes In the Senate show Dixie. Waco and San Antonio were 4,000 as he attacked Goldwater'sSenate Goldwater Is In Before 500 students
until Barry and
won adults
and his ifext The ardent civil voting record, particularlyon
him "allergic to progress" a stops. farm measures. the White House." In the Beloit College Fieldhouse,
The GOP vice presidential cand- Miller said the Deocrats
President Johnson's are
that Is for "pro- idate made the statement on the calling the Republicans "the war
record as one
I'LBJ II BARRY II gressive programs" and Gold- second day of a mid-west stumpingtour. party" in this campaign.War .
In Des
water's record as "one that Is He started the day Record
(Continued from Page 1)launches (Continued from Page 1)) against, against, against," Hum- Moines, Iowa, and made speechesat "But the Democrats have taken
j phrey exclaimed. Beloit, Wis., and Dubuque,Iowa, this nation Into war four timesIn
within seconds. Goldwater made speeches In Raleigh "But I don't suppose It's any before flying on to another addressIn this century," he said. "Here
"This means more time to pre- N. C., and at Greer before secret to you folks how the Republican Columbus,Ohio,Thursday night. we have a Democratic administra
pare for our retaliatory strike and flying to Louisiana for appear- pretender to the At Beloit be charged that accom- tion and once again we have Amer-
more time to decide-with prudenceand ances at Shreveport and New Orleans presidency of the United States modation, retreat and vacillation"are ican boys dying In battle in Vfet
reason-the scope of our retaliatory to conclude the third day voted on wheat-cotton bill," he the hallmarks of the Johnson Nam.
strikeJohnson of a southern tour. said. foreign policy from Zanzibarto "This war will never be con-
declared.The lie renewed his invitation for "As usual, he voted no. But I Viet Nam." In Dubuque, he cluded or be won until Barry
President's speech closed dissident Democrats to supportthe must say this was a consistentvote. Goldwater is in.the White Houseas
out a two-day trip to Montana, GOP In November and told lie's always voted no. He's President of the United States.."
Washington, Oregon, California, the Greer rally of an estimated always voted against. He's Hearst Chain Miller said Soviet Premier Nl.
and British Columbia. 15,000 to 20,000: "There Is nothing allergic to progress. kita Khrushchev's boast that
His Republican campaign oppo- left...of the principles that "You know, I'm a little intrigued Russia has a "terrible" weapon
nent, Sen. Barry M. Goldwater, your fathers and grandfathersstood by Barry Goldwater's con- emphasizes the issue of "which
appeared last week In Sacramentoas for In the Democratic party." sistent indifference to the American Picks JohnsonNEW presidential candidate is best able
well as In Seatle where Johnson He saw Thurmond's defection as farmer. After all, he was a to keep the peace and preserveour
spoke Wednesday night about the the start of a gradual swing by merchant, and he should know freedom...
dangers of nuclear war.Goldwater "millions of people" into opposite better."I YORK (UPI) The Hearst "The basic question is whether
has accused the Kennedy-Johnson parties. came out editoriallyin Lyndon Johnson can control
too, am the son of a mer- newspapers
administrations of falling to develop "Some Republicans will Join the chant, and I can tell you that unless support of the Johnson- Khrushchev and whether he can
new strategic weapons sys- Democratic party; an overwhelming the farmers are prospering, Humphrey Democratic ticket In to- control Peklng..accommodation
tems. number of Democrats should the store owner's cash. register day's editions. won't do it. These are the hall-
Johnson said he was making join the Republican party-a reorientation isn't ringing." The 10 Hearst papers across marks of the Johnson foreign plolcy
Thursday's speech In a'desire of the parties so that Humphrey recognized that he the nation carried a signed edi- from Viet Nam, and
for his "voice to be heard around we can travel under our true was In oil as well as farm coun torial by editor-in-chief William they simply do not work.
the world" so that no nation will colors," Goldwater told a crowd Randolph Hearst, Jr. backing "Open discussion within the
misinterpret U. S. political diff estimated by police at 8,000 to try.He said he had voted in the President Johnson and Sen.HubertH. framework of our political partiesis
erences In an election year as a 10,000 in front of the courthousein past to reduce the 27 1/2 Humphrey, but not containingany the life blood of our American
sign of weakness or division. Raleigh, N.C. per cent oil depletion tax allowanceby specific criticism of the GOP system. Choke off that discussion,
Johnson noted that America has lie explained later in a tele- 5 per cent. candidate, Sen. Barry M. Gold- as Mr. Johnson apparently would
stated that It has no Intention of vision Interview taped for broad- But now, he said he will fol- water.It have us do, and we would be
putting nuclear warheads In orbit. cast regionally that he did not low Johnson's lead on this issue is the first time since 1932 headed Inevitably toward one-party
And he said "we have no reasonto expect a sudden, wholesale shift and "take a new look at our that the Hearst papers have sup- rule In this country.
believe that any nation now plans of party members. lie stressedIt whole natural resources problems ported a democrat for President.At "Is Mr. Johnson So sensitive
to put nuclear warheads Into would be "gradual." ." that time, William Randolph to criticism-Is he so confident of
orbit. Goldwater took pains at a break "The administration, with John- Hearst Sr. threw his papers' his unquestioned leadership-that
"At the same time, we recognize fast rally In Raleigh to say he son as President, will give the support behind the first term bid he would want to destroy the Republican -
the danger that an aggressor would not m 0 veto abolish the oil Industry the best deal It has of the late President FranklinD. opposition? I sincerely
might some day use armed federal farm programs overnight ever had," he said. Roosevelt. hope not."
satellites to terrorize the entire He challenged statementsby t,
population of the world and we North Carolina Democrats that
have acted to meet that threat... he had advocated the immediate
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Friday, Sept. 18, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3


Grant 4g i t b', "

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Largest EverThe

r 4q
National Science Foundation bined with funds obtained throughthe
yesterday granted the Universityof bondissue, and other Univer- 6 6a
Florida$853,300 toward the con- sity resources to make the pro- s II i !
struction of a new chemistry- ject total $1.150,000."Construction -,
research building.It I
of this additional
',fI'it -
is the largest federal con- 60,000 square feet of space for _
the University's chemistry pro- V.
struction grant ever received by
gram will relieve badlyover- 4
the University of Florida.In Nf
c i crowded conditions in the present
announcing receipt of the 1
chemistry building," Reitz said.
grant President
J. Wayne Reitz
said the grant funds will be com-
Preliminary plans for the structure ./
have already been approvedand
completed drawings are to be
Robertson ready by January 1, 1965. The
building should be under construction
by next March 1.
The addition to the present
Named DeanAlan building, Leigh Hall, will be used
primarily for research and graduate -
work la ,chemistry It will .
James Robertson, Fort be Joined to the south end of
Myers, has been named Dean of Leigh Hall and is directly across

University Relations and Develop- the street from the present Florida '- ,., .. #' -
ment, replacing Dean Harold B. Union Building.The .

Crosby, who has been appointed LOUISE ARENY found this picture to her liking and took It home from the Florida
president of the new S tat e National Science Founda-
University at Pensacola. tion grant provides $742,000 for Union Print Sale.Hurricane.
construction and fixed furnishings
According to an alumni and an additional$111,300 for movable -
publication, Robertson served as and general purpose labor- Gladys Heads for U.S.MIAMI
assistant to the dean of the Collegeof atory equipment. .
Business Administration. Laterhe -
became vice president of the Architects for the building are (UPI) Mysterious Hurricane storm is proving so much of a the south of the path followed by
First National Bank in Fort Myers McLane, Ramon, McIntosh and Gladys matured Into a puzzler to forecasters that a special Hurricane Dora on Its way to
and until his recent appointmentwas Bernardo of Tampa in association powerful storm with 125 m.p.h. reconnaissance flight will investigate St. Augustine, Fla.A .
vice president of Lehigh Acres with Forest Kelley, architect to winds Thursday and struck out side Influences to the conference of hurricane forecasters -
Development Corp. Robertson has the Florida Board of Control. toward the U.S. mainland with Increased north of the storm center Friday. in Washington and at the
twice been chosen "Citizen of the Ebaugh and Goethe, Gainesville, speed. For most of its four days of National Hurricane Center In
Year" In Fort Myers. are the consulting engineers. Although still far at sea, the life, Gladys has been plodding Miami reached unanimous agreement -
steadily West-northwest towardthe Thursday morning that
mainland with the experts Gladys most likely would maintain
with privately expecting It to turn northward its westerly push at least through
Lady: < momentarily. It even showed Friday, a prediction that would
some signs breaking up Wednes- bring it nearly 4SO miles closerto
day morning when Its center became the mainland.
heart disorganized and top winds At midday, the weather bureau
a big dropped down to 79 m.p.h. located the hurricane's 25mile
wide center about 975 miles
Dut Thursday Gladys wound upa slightly south of due east from
tight new center and organized Miami, near Latitude 24.6, Longitude
129 m.p.h. winds on Its westerlytrek 84.8. It was moving toward
that took it across and to the west-northwest at 12 m.p.n.

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cr \ Ta Freshman Council

;- ; ... Tries New Program ,


class entity. Class projects aren't
anticipated, Adams said.<
Freshman will have a new part
cognized by classmates as to play In Honor Court due to
;; persons qualified for future enthusiasm Indicated by them to
leadership In curricular and extracurricular Honor Court Chancellor Jerry
activities I on Richman, Adams added r
campus, members of UF Freshman In dispersing knowledge among j
Class Council will follow a new students, the council will be of t
program this year,designed to help service to UF. Experience opens
them develop their potentialities.The opportunities for future leadership
non-political group Is made positions to them.
up of approximately 1 11'1 del eat... The first meeting Is scheduledfor
Giulia spiderthe A representative has been Monday, October 5, at .,30
elected from each of the thirteen p.m. In Florida Union Room 324.
sections In the women's dormitory At this time SO president Ken
area. Men's areas will fleet Kennedy and vice-president Dick
under $10,000 M 'f those to represent them on Tues- Gober will address the group.
only car day, September 21. Also includedon Initial organizing Is on the agenda.
the council will be a memberof Officers will be elected at the
with this exclusive each sorority and fraternity following meeting, Monday,
3 dual-throated Solex carburetors pledge class.Programs. October 19, from within the group
combination of have been planned for rather than on a campuswidebasis.
Six cylinder aluminum engine council meetings to enable members Those wishing to run will
Disc brakes frontalumnum( fin, rear) to be better Informed group, be heard from. Blue Key and Mor-

teat ores. 5 forward speed synchromesh gear shift more quickly. According to Deanof tar Board are presenting a
Men Frank T. Adams, the group program to explain their purposeson )
Double shafts will open a two-way avenue of campus.
communication.The A steering committee composed
principle objective) of council of past council officers (president
Is that It become well informed fill Wood and...cretarytreuurerNancr
and able to answer Calhcun), SO leaders, Dean
){questions. Primarily by Informing ol Men Frank T. Adams, and
fellow classmates, and, Dean of Student Affairs Lester D.
secondly> by looking at their Hale worked out the new council
115 SE 2nd Street "FINE IMPORTED OTOR CARS" 372- opinions, members will establish format.Science *


Page 4, The Florida Alligator, Friday, Sept. 18, 1964

.... ,., "; Tennis Lights Won'fGo

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I ; :11i Up Ti'f December
; m Campus News BriefsGolf 1mm; 1;! .

: :;::::i:: :::::::::::; Equipment for lighting the Bro- for $5,533 from Raybro & Co.

i$$;! Meeting outstanding student work of the Officers Electee m ii; ward Tennis Courts, a project of Jacksonville.

:::::$:::::$::1: The UF Golf Association past year. American Institute for Industrial -::::::::::::: begun last winter, Is on and campus fired, Installation of the lights was
jigjig:i::i:: will hold its first meeting of The painting and sculpture Engineers elected-::ii::1::*;.::i: ready to be installed expected the no later than August, but l
::::$::::!:$the season,Tuesday, Sept. 22 shown in this exhibition forma ricers for the coming trimes-::::::::::::: up. project was held up due to
:::::::::::%:%:at 7:30 p.m. The meeting part of the department's ter. Newly elected rsgigig;1;:: However, installation of the pro- the parts not being delivered,John
::!:::!:$::::i: will be held on campus in the collection of outstanding stu- are: President, Joe McLeod;::;:::::::::: ject will probably be delayed until ,. Ostro, student secretary of
:&::i::$::AFROTC library on the third dent works retained and Vice President, Drake:::::::+::::. December due to physical edu- housing, said.
:::1i:::!$floor of the Military Building. selected by the faculty to be Batchelder; Treasurer, Dave::;::;:;::1;: cation classes and intramurals, Ostro added that nobody in lastyear's
::::gjj:::::$:: In addition to members of used for the purpose of exhibition Webster; Secretary, Mike;:<:::1:1:::::1: which will keep the courts tied the Student Government'
::::::::::::::: the association, all persons and Instruction. The Martin. ::::::;!:::::: up until then. pressed company for the 90-
r::::::$:::!: for at the unl- exhibition The last Feb. day delivery limit clause in the
; : eligible play examples representthe The Annual Industrial En-'jijij;:::::;:!::;:::: project was begun
!::::!::versify course' are Invited to work of Juniors, seniors, glneering Student Faculty:|:::::|:;:::::::; 4, when Student Government (SG) purchasing contract.
::;:;:;!::;!;: attend. and graduate students Smoker will be held Sept. 28,i::1:;:::1:1:-i; purchased the lighting equipment Calvin Green, head of campus
::!:::::!:;:: Golf pro, Conrad Rehling majoring in art. The exhibition at 7:30: p.m., Room 512, Engineering -::::::::::::::::::; plant and grounds department and
?>:;1!;::1:::: will outline plans for the next will continue through Building. Earl Con-:jjjjjjl::::::::::;, Dillon Hits In charge of Installing the lights,
f:&:::!:$:: tournament, and a film of the September 25. ner will be presented with:::;!:;::::;::;:::;:::;: also said the delay was caused
:':::::::: 1964 Master's Tournament X Is to the ::: by delivery failure.
:: :; Gallery open the R.G. Williams Incentive:!::::;::!::*::
i1i11;!!;::11!: will be shown. Refresh- public Monday Friday,9 a.m. Award. All Industrial Engineering -:|:::|:::|;:$:: At GoldwaterNEW "There was an extreme delay
:!::|:! ments will be served. to 12 noon and 2 to 5 In the shipment of the electrical
: : ::: p.m. students and faculty;:!;111!:!:!::::1i!
It f;.:;;.:;.:;.:;: p.m. are invited. !::::::::::::;: transformer necessary for the installation
;;;;; -- he said.
|:;|:| Scholarship Exam Leg CouncilThe j j j1 ji retary Douglas YORK(0PI-TreasurySec-Dillon, the Republican Fall term found SG and Green I
:::: :: Mrs. Flavet III member of President tired of the delay. Persistent
$::::$: Superintendent Thomas D. 1; ;11i'; Johnson's cabinet, took Sen.Barry. contacts with the Raybro Co. resulted -
r:jjj:::!:::::Bailey has announced that the Crowning of Mrs. Flavet qualification deadline;}::;::::;:|: Goldwater to task Thursday for In the delivery two weeks
;..::1:1;:..;|1964 State Teaching and Nursing m will take place tonight at for fall Leg. Council elec-gjig:::::::::::;;: annual federal tax cuts. ago of the needed transformer.
::::::::::::a Scholarship examination 8 p.m. In the Flavet III Recreation tlons has been extended toijjiiij::::::::::::::::: promising "After many phone calls, we
PJwlll:::::::: be given Oct. 20, 1964. Center. No admission Saturday, Sept. 19, at 5p.m.gji:;:: |: finally got them to complete the
r gjij'IgThe::::::r examination requires *70 will be charged. The win- The treasurer's office, Room::xjiiSri::::::::::: Dillon told the National Con- delivery," GreeD 'sald.
net time and will be::1i:1:1::::::;::: ference Board NICB that "no one
Union ;
:::i::::j testing ner will represent the 430- 307 Florida | However, only If the physical
ifjjipwffl::::::%:f be given between 9 and family village in the Mrs. open from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m'1!iigig 1;;;:11 11to ::: with the slightest understandingof education department can alter its
fiscal affairs and
jjijijijij-ill:::::::: a.m. Scores from a previous UF contest. collect qualifying fees. No::$::jj:$::: economic schedules can the Installation be
::::$:::* scholarship exam may one can qualify after thlsdate.jvj:;::::::;:::::::::: events-or the slightest awarenessof made Greene said.
:.:.:::.:.:: .nnt ha IIIIM_ :::::::::::: how quickly their course can ,
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f 11;;; 1 For further information HootenannyThe j change could-blindly and irrevoca- Dennis K. Stanley, dean of the
: CSSO Meeting.IIThe college of Physical Education,said
...... contact Dr. Bert L. Sharp, bly-commit the nation to annual
: .... ::
:::::::::: the department cannot alter its
>:::!::::: Room 100, Norman Hall. Wesley Foundation, Christian Science Stu- ijljggj:::::: :: tax cuts for many years ahead schedule of classes for this
1::::::::: 1320 W. University Ave. Is dent Organization meeting will :$8::::::::$:::: regardless of the future state of .
::::::::: Art Exhibit having a hootenanny Friday, be held Sunday, Sept. 20, atJ::1:;!;:|;:::::|: the economy." purpose."If left the courts we would
::::::::: Sept 18, at 7:30 p.m. Singing 6:45 p.m. In Room 212 of::;:::1:1::;:;: we
have to call off both Intramuralsand
:A::;::::;:::::: The UF Art Department has groups on campus will entertain the Florida Union. All members -:::|::::;::::: Dillon did not actually name the
'$: :&;::opened Its fall trimester exhibition refreshments will be and Interested students $:jjj: :$:; Republican presidential nominee, "classes, and this we cannotdo
%!!::;::;!;:;!:: series In Gallery X served, and students are tnjiji1ii1 are Invited to attend. ' :;;::1ii:::a;grtth..,..' .:cia. '. ho 0 f..th11l1E .t Stanley suggested the Installa-
S i1 1r j1U 1m; ;;;11 1!mmm Ut U I; [ 1j riI.lj I 1 fj11: 11J 1 j j j ijij111j1I [j j1 1j jl j 1 jr j j J 1 1U 1 1\ \ l 1j j j j 1j t i[ proposal 5 per cent to year cut federal appeared taxes Christmas tion be postponed or another further holiday."Gainesville's .until

House Moves On I

I Apportionment } 1 d

WASHINGTON (UPI)-The House To be finally adopted,the Patman +
Rules Committee stepped into the amendment would have to win
legislative reapportionment fight approval of two-thirds of those
yesterday by recommending a con- voting In both the House and the
stitutional amendment that would Senate, and then would have to ,Ty.4StV
overturn the Supreme Court's win approval of the state legis
"one-man, one-vote" ruling. latures. ," 'Ci ca

By an 8-3 vote, it cleared an
amendment resolution sponsoredby With the 88th Congress grinding

Rep. Wright Patman, DTex.It slowly toward election year Finest"The
would put a provision in the adjournment, there was some doubt
Constitution authorizing any state that the necessary two thirds ma-
4 with a two-house legislature to jority could be obtained In the
apportion membership in one houseon House in time.
place to meet
factors"other than population." .

for lunch and dinner
c The high court's ruling was The rules committee's action .
that both state houses had to be voting out the amendment left the
y apportioned according to popuial next move up to Speaker John W. : y, M .
tion. McCormack. In theory at least, Carriage Steak Room
the speaker might never let it come
t The rules committee headedby to a vote. Asked whether he would,

Rep. Howard W. Smith, D-Va., McCormack replied only that he Dancing Nightly
took the Patman resolution out of was "vigorously opposed" to the t Special Lunch from
the House Judiciary Committeeand Patman proposal.
sent it directly to the full 5P.M. to 2A.M. $1.25
House. The Judiciary committeeso Both House and Senate now are
far has refused to approve any embroiled deeply in reapportionment with Noon-2P.M.
legislative effort to change the issue. The Senate has before -
court ruling. 'It an amendment sponsoredby

f Sen. Everett M. Dirksen, R- Bobby Griffen's Combo Dinner
111., which would delay the Supreme
Ex-Student Court ruling until 1966. midniaht
Richard Parker's Orch.SPM12

Found DeadHtay Senate liberals are seekingthe *Coats & Ties Please* Seafood Steaks

adoption of a compromise which

Swe, 26, a former UF would express the "sense of Con-

student, was found dead WednesdayIn gress" as favoring "reasonable"time ADULT ENTERTAINMENT for only those over 21 years of age.,
for the states to out
apartment at 1314 1/2 N.W.
2nd Ave. A .22 caliber rifle was the Supreme Court mandate.

found near the body and police h .
believe that Swe shot himself. The liberals were defeated on t '
Swe was working on his masters a narrow 42-40 vote earlier this ., : Clubs, Fraternities, Departments,
degree In electrical engineering, week, and now are trying to reword ).' Special Rates, for meetings and ban.q ets. .:
2 when he dropped out in August their compromise In the hopeof ,
.. ",, $ ,
of this year.According getting It accepted on another
to police Swe had vote next we k. If this happened, US 441 South; I' ,. ..., :' '" ... ) :'. ., Phone Fr 2-6333
been Ill and was ratherdepressed. the Dirksen proposal would be out. :c-- l .r I'


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I Scholarship Convocation Set Monday I

UP recognizes outstanding aca- ships; and ten students representing Herald Tribune before assuming _In 1962, President Kennedy and as chairman of the Boardof
demic achievement by Its students the upper division collegesin his present position. asked Hechscher to Join his staff the International Council of the
Monday during the llth annual the university; recipients of Educated at Yale and Harvard, In the White House as Special Museum of Modern Art. He was
Scholarship Convocation. awards from the honoraryso- Heckscher has written several Consultant on the Arts, a post author of the report on 'The Qual-
Classes will be dismissed third cleties Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta books the latest being "The Public created to shape possibilities for ity of American Culture' for the
and fourth periods for the formal Kappa and Sigma XI; the senior Happiness," published In 1962. He a more fruitful relationship between President 's Commission on
convocation, to be In Florida Gym women student with the highest conducts an hour program each the arts and national life. National Goals (1960) and Is mod-
nasium, from 10 a. m. noon. academic average who receives the week on New York's EducationalTV erator of the program "Books of
Recipients of the university's most Gainesville Women's Panhellenlc channel, dealing< with current He has served as Art Commissioner Our Times"which won television's
coveted awards and scholarshipswill Association award, the fraternity, books and classics. for the City of New York Peabody Award In 1963. .
be announced during the pro- sorority and residence halls with .
gram. the highest scholastic average,and .
Dr. August Hecksher, director others who have attained ex- ., 'J i
of the Twentieth Century Fund and cellence.
former consultant on the arts to Now Director of the Twentieth rl1
the late President Kennedy, will Century Fund, a research and F ::4;
speak on "The Quality of Amer- educational organization In the i .... ..u'I. ," .
ican Life." field economic and social issues,
Award winners to be announcedat Heckscher's career spans the R t '
the convocation Include five worlds of education, journalismand \0 ,
freshmen and five sophomores receiving public service. He was chief .".
J. Hlllls Miller Scholar- editorial writer for the New York t

Growl TryoutsSet .. .


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entry deadlines only five mus far the only Independentgroup ,. :4i.r
days away, the Gator Growl staffIs to apply for skits Is the t: :
still accepting applications for Hume Hall CounclL Howard Mc-
skit and talent groups. Indivi- Nulty, Director of Growl,stresses
duals and small groups will com- that no set number of skits Is i i iIf
prise approximately 15 of the more allotted to Greek organizations.
than 20 Growl acts. Selection will be based entirely on If V
There Is a great demand for performance. McNulty also em-
students who have a background In phasized that Growl directors are

ballet, tap, or modern dance, looking for quality entertainmentthat 1M .. ,
comedy routine, singing soloists, will appeal to the entire Homecoming .. 1't
barbershop quartets, or membersof audience. All parties Interested f' 'Y' ....... .. ,."i i ;
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groups; any .. \' .
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first production of the trimester, Paula Maret, Cristina Dempsterand ...... __ .... ..
"Red Roses for Me," which begins Holly Howard.
Oct. 21, has just been cast, Other players are George
:. cc :1l.1g to play director 1.. L. Sprinkle, Charlie Harper, Rick
Zimmerman. Schuster, Alan Henderson, James
Rehearsals for the show begin Mullholland, Tim Thompson, Dom Leadership ; '
Immediately. Information for reservations Demry, Jerry Rhodes, Mike : ,
Is available In Room Wetherly, Bob Hefley,Earl Soukup, RAn
254 Tlgert or by calling extension Ed Pope, Alan Armstrong, Joe -- _.
2671. Carral, Jim Wood, Bill Gwynn,
The cast Includes Diane Pelfrey, Zal Newmark, Terry Dougherty admirable trait, Leadership. Some have It, some don't. We have,

Diana Holllngsworth, Louise and David Hutchinson. -- at least In the field of satisfying our advertisers with tangible results.

I I We're leaders in this field because of our readershIp which Is con-

Groundbreaking- Reslated centrated, specialized more affluent than you might think. 'We

Ground breaking ceremonies GENESYS center was held yes- get seen by thousands of people each Issue and our ads get read too.

the central GENESYS facility at terday. Ceremonies at the Day-
Cape Kennedy nave been rescheduled tona Beach site are scheduled
for Oct. 19, Dr. JohnL. for next Friday.
Hummer, Systems Director of
GENESYS, announced today. Talent Service
Originally scheduled for last t
Students wishing -to
Thursday, the ceremonies were
la Student Government -
cancelled because of hurricane participate i
Dora. talent performances are ,wz
requested to register In room
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schedule activities for last Thursday an Immediate need for one banjo Univ., Ext. 2832 Ask For Advertising
will be conducted on the new player and someone to play
date. oonkeytonk piano for the
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Service And ProtectionSTEVE

CHEESEMAN their lives. With stealing on campus, the Honor
Honor Court Clerk Court can avoid the student's being prosecutedIn
this manner.
first of a weekly series of articles
We are presently preparing to negotiate with
of helping the University
purpose Gainesville merchants in an attempttopersuadethem
better understand the Honor
to turn any shoplifting offense in to the
Honor System. I will attempt to
Honor Court. Although such a case would be
the most frequent and puzzling
that students ask themselves entered on the student's record with the
Honor System. In other words, university, it can be removed upon graduation.We .
be a PREACHER'S corner, but feel that this :action will serve as further
corner. protection for the student by the Honor Court.
personally engaged in discussions How do you feel?
and upperclassmen,I realize
j the most outstanding questions In Next week, I will explain the protection a
l the student's mind Is whether or student receives during the actual investigation
Court actually serves and protects and trial In the Honor Court, unless there are
questions to answer about this week's article.
Lastly, I encourage all of you to read the
concerning the cashing of checks Honor Court brochure if you have one. If you
Gainesville."I most significant services provided do not have a brochure, call extension 2374
by the Honor Court. Probably or 2375 at the university and we will see that
attending the university cashes you get one.
the city of Gainesville, yet
that they have this privilege
of the Honor Court. If a student

1 1 1 1 ; 1 11 j j 1 1 ; ;1 1 1 f: r 1; ; ;1 1 1;; 1 1 ; passes who a check cashed against the check Insufficient notifies Unwanted MusicEDITOR

giving the student's name and :
The Honor Court in turn notifies
a polite letter that he has passed As a student of the University of Florida<
and requests that he redeem the and as a human being, I most heartily protestthe
1 one week. In most cases,no further current afternoon practice of bandsmen on
because the student Immediately the green of Fleming Field. As a resident of
check.However,on a few occasions, Tolbert Hall this student feels that he'as well
failed to redeem the check within as other men of the Tolbert Area, are being
week. In this situation, the Honor unfairly burdened with this source of unwanted
a second and stronger letter to noise and confusion.Overlooking .
him to redeem the check Stadium Road for three
I hours or be subjected to semesters, I have become somewhat tolerant
i procedings.' of both traffic sounds and the cadence of R.O.T.C.
i been only one drill as I have felt that both these activities
: past three years were necessary and proper on a university
Honor Court has campus. However the obscure music and noise
to take action produced by the subject bandsmen Is both
letter, and unnecessary and totally out of step with the
this particular mainstream of campus life.
already been All study during the bandsmen's hours Is
passing some 25 lost in favor of a discordant, harsh, and
throughout the confusing welter of sound which constitutes a
to say) the, considerable source of aesthetic anxiety among
waived' patrons of serious art.
Because of this Cheeseman Though I realize this short memorandum, a
merchants In plea for freedom arising from a wasteland of
have confidence that a bad check tyranny and oppression, will be lost like the
) student will be redeemed. There- mariner's cry of distress before the surging
( honor all checks written tides of an angry sea, I must yet raise this
; this university. lone voice with the unfounded hope that Justice

might this once prevail.

R. V. Swift, 5EO
also protects the student from
In city court, thus preventing a -
a Jail sentence, and a resulting
No permanent record is made
check case In the Honor Court, EDITOR'S NOTE
Is held In contempt of court
to a second Jurisdiction of the The writer of the above letter
(stealing), this same protection objects j to the UP band for
although it Is not as extensive as practicing on Fleming Field In
it to be. There was a case some preparation for their football game
of In which two students were half-time show. We feel that a
I, city court for a shoplifting offense majority of UP students appreciatethe
establishment These band's work and enjoy the
fined twenty-five dollars and shows that they put on for us at
\ Is were given criminal records the football games.
\ at with them for the rest of
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Echoes Friday, Sept. 18, 1964, The Florida Alligator'
.. """ ., ,

Early Voter Plea ,; Letter: ;:.


Executive EditorIt Build With Burns? A Drastic Mistake
Is almost an unwritten rule that newspaper '\
editorial writers pen an eleventh-hour plea to "cleaning them (the universities) out/' to
their readers and prospective voters as election : Surely we have had enough of the ,' '1ctb
day nears, begging John Q. Public to "get out While interest is centered on the national hunts to show us they do little besides'W1e
and vote." election coming up let us not forget the political opportunities for ambitious rm ,t00M| ,
These annual pleas more often than not carry gubernatorial race in our own state. The in fact, do a great deal of harm to a u/t/tItt'rY:/ '
with them Idealistic phrases,perhaps.terminating democratic nominee Hay don Burns stated which must continue to attract good prif \,V-I oke
with something like: "We're afraid that today recently that he was "shocked at the numberof it Is to remain alive.
may well be tragic unless theelectorateTesponds Pinkos and (sic) Commies in our state Build with Burns? What we build, Alive rt "1t
and gets out to vote." Not Infrequently these university system" and that if he Is elected with. i i wC
his_ first efforts would be directed toward Robert ShlpiFine r
fall deaf
pleas on or ears and are "1-'
not heeded. Many of those voters who do read
and who do cast their ballots must chuckle at
music deserves the. I
the naivete and altruism expressed In some of .
these well-meaning editorials. .
According to V.O. Key's authoritative work,
"Southern Politics," since 1920 only slightly PHONOLA STEREO ASTRONAUTI! i
more than 30 per cent of Florida's eligible
voters -- citizens over 21 years of age qualifyingIn
all other aspects --- have voted presidential
elections. Roughly 30 per cent of Florida's voters
participate In gubernatorial elections and only amazinglylow
some 25 percent have voted In the Democratic
primaries to nominate United States senators.The L

national average for voting In presidential price!
elections hovers presently above the 60 percent
mark, while the non-Southern average is a "'
whopping 75 percent. i
Much of this voter apathy in Florida, as wellas
throughout the rest of the South is due, of
course, to the traditional one-party dominationof
the Democratic Party and the resulting stifling
of issues. m t T'vEnjoy

Florida, however, Is far up on the list of
Southern states. Floridians outvote all other
Southerners except North Carollnans in most all
voting categories. This, however, is somewhatakin IL r 1i2Ji; ; I
to the dubious distinction of the New York
Yankees' recent 6-4 exhibition victory over the
New York Mets. So what? The situation could living stereo at its best with this 4-speed I:

be a great deal worse, though, since In Virginia Phonola Astronaut. Richly designed cabinet $ 9 U
only about 10 percent of the electorate meandersto
features modern decorator styling. 5 9
the polls each election to endorse the candidateof
the machine of Senator Harry Byrd. As Key Features:
.states In his book, "By any standard precious 4" speaker in main cabinet only
few Southerners exercise the rights of citizensIn
additional 4" speaker in remote
dual channel
In the past the editorial writers who annually amplifier ,
beat the tom-toms urging citizens to "get out and separate volume control for each channel ;'
vote" saw precious few results. And where the dual tone control
political machines existed, as In Byrd's Virginiaand automatic changer for all 4 speeds ;
Crump's Tennessee, the political bosses remote speaker stores inside cabinet
purposely tried to hold down the vote. They
realize It is much easier to control an electionIn 12 E. University Ave. FR6-5891 .
which the voter turnout Is slim. It Is very
difficult to "control" an election in which 75
per cent of the citizens register their choice. I
November's election, however, may be the
beginning of a new era voting-wise not only In
Florida, but throughout the South. Previous LITTLE PIGS
non-voters have a real reason for casting their
ballot this fall. The realignment of the Republican
Party along conservative lines plus the real
anguish of the Southern Democrats over the
national Administration's often ultraliberalcourse
on civil rights has opened the South to OF AMERICA
the possible future status of a two-party region---
for the first time In over a hundred years.
Southerners who feel civil rights is being"pushed /
down their throats" now can vote Republicani.e.
( moderation and gradualism is Implied here)
without grimacing too much as In the past. This
year, there are Issues and reasons to vote. BARBECUE!
In addition, the Negro millions of the South
will be out In great numbers to vote their
preference---more so than ever In the past, GENUINE HICKORY SMQKKD I
thanks to voter registration drives and the past
year of constant controversy. Bluntly, they wantto
make sure LBJ stays In office. A higher Negro Pork Beef Ribs ft Chicked
voter turnout also encourages fire-breathing white t t9u 1
southern segregationists to multiply their efforts ':
to augment their election day turnout.In f
the not-so-distant past there were many of
those southerners who frankly said that the ballot
should be a privilege enjoyed only by the so-called
better" element. Key concludes that, "The
simple fact Is that a government founded on -
democratic doctrine becomes some sort of regime
when large proportion of its citizens refrain
from voting. Indeed, the art of voting epitomizesand
symbolizes the democratic process.

Nonvoting, certainly, at times is /deemed
necessary, If not desirable. Hopelessly OUR SAUCE?
unintelligent or Inebriated persons should not be / ...
allowed to randomly pull the lever.But,continued Rememorobfe/. Snme Hornet
nonvoting and lethargy at the polls Is the mark ofa
controlled society -- controlled by either
tyrants by disinterest and apathy, by no apparent
choice or difference of Issues, by minority rule \\i1eP1g// '
or majority suppression, or by prejudice. DIAL A MEAL DRIVE
Altruistic-sounding or not, It's good to think
that a greater portion of the Southern electorate HRS: 10 a.m.-11 p.m. I
1625L N.W: 13th '\r1IftetPolitical
Trill speak at the ballot boxes in 1964, regardless Phone 372-7141 :
of the manner In which they vote. Where thereIs
great Interest, progress cannot be lurking too,
far behind.


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1962 ZUNDAPP 250cc Motorcycle; ;
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-- I Campus Campaigns I

[ For RentMOBILE I I L Autos I L I ServicesLOVE I V.O.T.E. PartyV. administration has completed only

O. T. E. Party launched 18 per cent of the platform 12
its fall organizational campaign of the 67 planks according to Hend-
HOME Space. Progress I960!) RENAULT DAUPHINE AND CARE IN A PRIVATE this week with two meetings and rlck's estimates.V. .
Mobile Home Park. 6 miles NorthU. terrific gas mileage excellent HOME. Limit four children. Excellent some strong campaign language. O. T. E. Party Is expectedto
S. 441. Phone 462-1660.Charles condition, fully equipped. Must sell references two years Monday V. 0. T. E. announcedthat wage a strong struggle to main-
Morris Manager. (B-l-9t-c). now to continue school. $395. 1614 teaching, five years summer Henry Rautama, 4BA and tain control of the legislative wing
N. W. 3rd Place or call 372- recreation. Ten dollars a week. an Alpha Gamma Rho, had been of SG, Legislative Council. Thirty
EIGHT ROOM Unfurnished house. 2707 aft>r 4:00. (G-8-3t-c). Phone 378-2230. (M-7-4t-c). named to replace John Bitch as council members will be replaced
from the center of
Eight miles party chairman. In the upcoming Oct. 1 elections
Gainesville. Stove and refrigerator MUST SELL 1964 Corvalr Monza. GUITAR LESSONS in Flamenco Tuesday night In an Initial organizational -
included. Family prefered. $75 (Radio Automatic transmission & Folk, Blues, and Country Styles meeting at the PI Gator PartyGator
per month. Call 2-0243 alter 5. factory alr-conditlonlng.) Still with experienced Instructors.Also Kappa Alpha fraternity house, attended -
(B-5-tf-nc). under new car warranty. Call 376- Kazoo Washboard and Jug. Tele- by some 150200 persons. Party candidates for the
r 0794. (G-6-5t-p). phone 3724653. (M-9-5t-c). former Student Body Pres. Paul Legislative Council seats will be

Autos I Hendrlck addressed the group on Introduced to the Student Body at
[ 1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA FREE Budget book and INSURED the need for a more progressive a general party meeting Fridayat
Convertible power brakes and Savings information forAnarried student government and( a need 8 p. m. at the Alpha Tau Omega
1958 TRIUMPH TR-3. Very good steering new engine. Price $995. couples. No obligation. Phone 376- for fulfilling party promises.A fraternity house.
condition painted recently. Boot Call 485-2365. (G-7-5t-nc). 9783 between 1 and 4 p.m. second meeting was held lust Party Chairman, Mike lIolUncs-
cover tonneau good tires. Asking (M-I-IOt-c). night at the Delta Tau Delta fra- worth, plans to map out plans for
$850. 1215 SW 4th Ave. After 4:30. 1952 MG REBUILT beautiful new ternity house. the coming campaign. "We want )
(G-9-5t-p). Interior, new paint Job. Will PROFESSIONAL TYPING done at Hendrlck assailed the current to get all of our people back
finance. Call FR 2-1694. (G- home. 12 years experience and on Gator Party Administration and Into the campaign spirit and I
1960 AUSTIN HEALY 3000 Rstr. 9-10t-c). the approved graduate list.Thesis questioned the veracity of Pres. expect to see a lot of new faces, *
Deluxe Model Includes ww, radio Term papers Dissertations etc. Ken Kennedy's recent statements said Holllngsworth. .
and overdrive. Good condition. Call Mrs. Lyons 67160.M83tc concerning platform completion. Ken Kennedy Student Body
Price $1550. Call Chuck Kurvln I ServicesWILL I ( ). According to a recent Alligator President will address the meet-
FR 2-9421 after 6:30/G-9-lt-p). news story Kennedy was; quotedas Ing. He plans to outline the Party

owner, CARE FOR A child 3 yearsor GUITAR -BAN JO Instruction; having completed some 35 per programs that have been completedand
1956 FORD one cent of his platform promises. to discuss those as yet un-
condition $400. Call FR older In my home. Nice fenced Classical Flamenco Folk, and
excellent in and meals served. Tills, Kennedy later explained,was completed."We .
). yard Beginner. retch, Espana Fender
2-8703 after 5:30 p.m.G-7-5t-c an "off-the cuff estimate". Later feel that we can completeall
Reasonable rates.Call FR 2-6623. and Eplphone Gultars.Galnesvtlle
(M-2-tf-nc). Music Center 1023-1025 West scrutiny by Kennedy and Vice of our programs with a cooper-
1959 VOLKSWAGEN perfect President Dick Ocher"resulted In ative Legislative Council but It will
University Phone 372-5421. M-
engine. Real bargain. Call 376- CHILD CARE during football game. 8-5t-c). an upward reevaluation of the figure be extremely difficult If we con-
2033 after 5. (G-8-3t-c). Call 6-8348. (M-9-2t-c). to 49 per cent. tinue In our present minority sta
Hendrlck claimed that Kennedy's tus." he said.

AT 1-3-5-7-9 Fete Alumni Presidents I
.Did you see PLAYBOY'S ,, N-O-W [iA1j

Sept. Playmate, ,
Astrid Schultz? Local UF alumni club presidentswill quota In the 1964-65!S Alumni Loyalty -
;, Polly Adler'j be feted here Saturday at Fund Campaign. This event will
She's one of h a Alumni Club President's day. be held In the Blue Room of the
Polly's J ,, The 39 Florida and 4 out-of Student Service Center at
Girls state club presidents are Invited 11:30 a. m.
to the annual event as honored The club presidents will sit
guests of the University of Florida together at the football game, and
according to Bill A. Fleming, will receive recognltl6n: at half-
director of alumni services and time.
executive secretary of the Alumni Club presidents are elected by
Association.At their local active clubs, serve for
a 9 a. m. coffee hour In one year, and lead In carrying out ...
the Hub, the alumni leaders will many programs of the Alumni
help host the state officials here Association and the local club.

ao aohoS t Shelley for Legislative Appreciation Day Alumni Association programs include -
Winters also Saturday. receptions for enterin UF
Awards will be presented at a students, and scholarship awardsfor
Brod luncheon to the presidents whose outstanding local high school

.fie ,fie Crawford clubs have reached their dollar graduates

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LARRY DUPREE, Florida's Ail-American candidate, cuts through American. Coach Ray Graves calls Dupree, "the best college back

opposition to score during practice drills. Tomorrow Dupree starts I've ever seen." Via television many football fans will see Florida's

his campaign to become Gators' leading rusher and their first All- fullback in action against Southern Methodist University.


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'Assistant Sports Editor

Television and Florida Field will be the two advantages the Gators
have when they take the field against Southern Methodist University :'II'.
(SMU) tomorrow at 1:30 p.m.
Coach Ray Graves has already said Florida Field will be an
4 advantage, and for anyone the least bit superstitious television must
be considered. Tom Thomsen wanted challenging work
Graves has a record of 13-2,as he ad coach or assistant on nationally
televised games. This is tops in the nation.
.. One of his televised losses was last year's battle with Georgia
Tech which the Gators lost 9-0. The other TV defeat came when
Graves was at Georgia Tech and the Jackets lost 14-7 to Arkansas
In the 1059 Gator Bowl.

Graves Enjoys TV

"1 like being on television even though I'm not photogenic," Graves
said, when asked about his outstanding television rating. t
While at Florida, Graves has coached two teams that won the Gator
Bowl on television. In 1980 Florida nipped Baylor 13-12, and the
Gators upset Penn State 17.7 in the 1902 Gator Bowl.
Gator games televised before Graves was head coach Includedthe
1958 Gator Bowl which the Gators dropped to Mississippi 7-3,
and portions of the 1953 game with Georgia which the Galore won
21-7. :

Rodgers Star Too

Graves is certainly king of football television, but Coach Pepper
Rogers doesn't take a backseat in TV ratings. The Gator offensive
coach has a TV rating of 10-1-1 as both a player and coach. _
With the combined TV records of Graves and Rogers, the SMU A
Mustangs shouldn't have a chance of rating at Florida Field. : II I- I
Certainly when the NBC cameras span Florida Field tomorrow, _
the Gators' seasoned performers will be ready for action.It .
should be a typical Florida TV spectacular with the Gators
coming out on top of Hayden Fry's boys 29-28.
He found it at Western ElectricT.

New Scoreboard R. Thomsen. B.S.M.E., University of Nebraska, Tom is developing new and improved inspectionand
'58, came to Western Electric for several rsasons. process control techniques to reduce manu-
Important to him was the fact that our young engineers -\ facturing costs of telephone switching equipment
Easy To SeeThe play vital roles right from the start, workingon Tom is sure that Western Electric is the right place
exciting engineering projects In communications for him. What about you?

University of Florida has Scoreboard is behind the south Including: electronic switching thin film circuitry If you set the highest standards for yourself,
installed new scoreboards In the stands instead of built into them. microwave systems and optical masers. enjoy a challenge, and have the qualificationswe're
south stand of Florida field. The Scoreboard can be read with Western Electric's wide variety of challenging looking for-we want to talk to you! Opportunities
assignments appealed to Tom, as did the Idea of for fast-moving careers exist now for elec-
While Coke gave the Scoreboardto east from all points In the stadium
the UF. Florida still had to and glare does not make it difficult advanced study through full-time graduate engineering \ trical, mechanical and industrial engineers, and
shell out $9,300 tor wiring to read. training numerous management courses also for physical science, liberal arts and business
and steeL and a company-paid Tuition Refund Ran. majors. For more detailed information, gei your
It was decided to Install a new Tom knows too, that well need thousands of copy of the Western Electric Career Opportunities
Scoreboard to replace the old one Cricket Anyone experienced engineers for supervisory positions booklet from your Placement Officer. And be sure
when the south stands were within..the next few years. And he's getting the to arrange for an interview when the Bell System
Ai enlarged for this fall. The UF cricket team is holding solid experience necessary to qualify. Right now, recruiting team visits your campus.
The design of the new scoreboard its first tryouts of the season this
is supposed to be easier to Sunday at 2:00 The trials will
read. The scoreboards are now be held on Flamming Field. All M lOAMk OWOVTVMTV I. \.,".
t higher than before and may be who are interested, experienced Principal Joc.tionlln 1}cities D Operating ankh m INn,of Mat cities plus 36 other.throuBhovt the U.$.
seen more easily. The new or not, are encouraged to be there. Eng ,..


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Sept. 18, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 11

'Vince Dooley Takes Georgia Reigns,

Plans Extensive Rebuilding ProaramAt

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31, Vince Dooley becomesthe many weaknesses.Dooley will havea of the 169-pound Hughes. In spring Leroy Dukes, 191, are one-two of several good prospects Including
youngest coach in the South- big rebuilding Job to return the practice Hughes won the top signal at fullback, at least until Frank Jerry Varnado, 188; George
eastern Conference when he takes SEC crown to Athens. The 1964 calling spot over Preston Rldle- Lankewicz' knee gets well. At Nowlckl, 193, and Barry Wilson,
the reins of the Georgia football team will be built around the huber, 193, a junior who saw right half will be Don Porterfield, 189, as well as Hodgson. A trio
team. nucleus of Pat Hodgson, an out- service behind the now departed 180, and Wayne Swinford, 183. of big tackles may help the Georgia
The ending of the Wally Butts standing receiver at end; Ray Larry Rakestraw. With Rakestrawthe Other backs who will be countedon cause. Jim Wilson,2S8,and Gerard
era at Georgia finds Dooley taking Rlssmlller, expected to be one of Bulldogs had a better than by Dooley are Joe Burson, Jonke, 231, along with 240-pound
over for Johnny Griffith as head the top tackles In the South, and average passing attack, but this who missed 1963 with a knee Rissmlller give the Bulldog line
coach and Joel Eaves, of Auburn, Lynn Hughes, a new quarterbackwho year Dooley hopes to add a running Injury, but will be back in exclusive some needed muscle.
taking Butts' place as Athletic spent the 1963 season on the attack to the Georgia offense. duty as a safetyman; Bob Etteras
Director. 'B' squad. Bob Taylor, 184, and Fred a place-kicking specialist; Pat The new regime will be marked
Spring practice showed the Bull- Offensively, the Bulldog hopes Barber, 194, will rotate at the left Hunnlcutt, a pass defense expert, with less throwing and more
dogs have some strengths,but also will rise or tall with the fate half spot. Marvin Hurst, 200, and and Mack Faircloth, a punter. running. They'll be some long
Dooley expects to have 11 afternoons for the Bulldogs, but
lettermen returning on the line this by the time they meet the Gators
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS r season, but no job Is secure. In Jacksonville on Nov. 7, Georgia ,,.
The Georgia end corps consists may have come of age.



Be On TV

Men WomenShorts .

Tee Shirts Bermudas Jamaicas & Shorts The UF basketball team will play series will begin with the LSU-
perhaps Its most Important game Georgia game In Baton Rouge on
Shoes by Converse Beacon. Falls Keds Shirts of the season against Kentucky on Jan. 2, and will feature one game

Socks Shoes by Beacon Falls & U. S. Keds regional television. The game, per week, closing with the
Sweat Shirts Sweat Shirts scheduled for Jan. 23, will be V.D d e r b lit-T u II 0 I tilt In
televised at 3 p.m. Gainesville Nashville, March 6. The play-by-
Sweat Pants Sweat Pants time. play descriptions will be done by
It Is In conjunction with a ten- John Ferguson, Sports Director of
game basketball television series WDRZ-TV, and Ed Thllenlus,
Tennis ,I' being Inaugurated by the Southeastern Sports Director of WAGA-TV.
Conference during the A network of more than 20
Tennis Balls (Pennsylvania-Dunlop-Bancroft) coming season which was mutually stations will carry the telecasts

Tennis Rackets (Bancroft & Dunlop) announced by SEC Commissioner Into eight states.Elntarn .
Bernie Moore and the presidentand expressed his pleasurethus
managing director of TV : "We are honored to be able
Covers Sports, Inc. of Paterson, N. J., to bring Southeastern Conference
Shorts for Men by Fred Perry Eddie Elnhorn. basketball to the many fans In the
area, and we hope that exposing
Shorts & Skirts for Ladies The basketball teams of all thousands of people to this highly

.t.""t.. eleven member schools wilt appear competitive sport we' may createan ...
In this series, the first successful even greater Interest In the
:' "package" television program for basketball programs of the
'rt.; I 24-HOUR RESTRINGING SERVICE I ','. the 5EC. All televised games will Individual schools."
'I'pI .,,\ be played on Saturday afternoons, Commissioner Moore was In
'f and there will be no blackout of complete agreement with Einhorn.
.. any area. Commissioner Moore He said: "From a conference
: GOLF credits the SEC Television Chair standpoint, we are pleased to
-., ..w I.l man, Jim Corbett of LSU, with participate In this television
the major work of Ironing out the series. Southeastern Conference
details necessary to the schedule basketball Is a quality product and
Starter & Complete Sets with the members. the fans will enjoy It. Televisingthe

Clubs by McGregor for Men, Women & Children Elnhorn, who will personally games under this plan is a
produce the telecasts, said. the positive step forward for the SEC.';,

Putters Carts & Wedges South End Bleachers

Balls Head Covers -,,,. '

Shoes Gloves& Socks Add 6000 New SeatsThere

are 0,040 new seats In Beard said lack of enough funds
"'.. the south end tone of Florida produced by the student seats
y',':'l t Field this year. They were daring football season, and ever
f.6 .{ constructed this summer while increasing number of students
TROPHIES FOR ANY AWARD the football field was not In use, make a permanent east side
.'H :. ON THE SPOT ENGRAVING but will be ready for the first impossible.
Jj game on Sept. 19. There is a possibility the south
> According to Assistant Athletic end cone will be built Into
Director Percy M. Beard the need permanent bleachers la the future

0.., for more general admission and
'( ". reserved seats was a major reason Beard felt funds made from
TEAM OUTFITTERS for the new addition to the stadium. temporary bleachers,. might makea
Another reason tor new permanent soda end tone posil-
Fraternities and Sororities Lettered Shirts, Uniforms complete bleachers was to end the need to
Shoes, Socks, Complete Line of Team Equipment move the south end tone seats to explained money to build
the track field after the football these bleachers and any future
season for track spectators. This additions do net come: from UF .
has been a costly: move every year. funds, but from the ?AthUtlc
The new bleachers at Florida Association.
Jimmie Hughes Sporting Goods Field will make It possible to leave Tbe Association is an Incorporated -
the old bleachers at the track field. nonprofit business ,
The new bleachers double the This makes it possible to acquire
Nortfceatral Florida's Sporting Goods Headquarters Dumber of seats la the south end funds from outside sources which
zone. a state supported university cannot -
Beard expressed doubt the acquire. Any money made by
IU3 W. University Avenue FRanklia %-11% student east side would ever be a the association is put bade Into
permanent structure like the west the stadium or other athletic
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3 -....,...;;- TheCollege September 18 MIDWEST (continued) NEW Mister

Emporia Collige .. 30 McPherson '"'" 0 DePauw ... ......... ......... 10 Illinois Wesleyan 7
Northeast Oklahoma 22 Arkansas Tech. 0
LifeFootball Northeastern ... ..... 24 Rhode Island ,_ 7 Duluth Eariham(U.. of .Minn. ..) 20 10 Superior Franklin 13 0 Sandwich

Southern California Kan. 20 20Southwestern Colorado Kansas Wosleyan. 0 0Bustavus Eau Claire ......._. 17 Oshkosh... 7

Youngstown 20 Adolphus S Ferris Elmhurst. ... .:. .:: ::.:::::: 21 21 Lake Michigan'lCh: 10 12

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i Findlay 25 Hop. 0
Major j Colleges Saturday, Sept. 19 Hemline ..... .... :...:::::: 20 River Falls .. 13 Shop

ForecastGAMES Hillsdale ........ .21 ......... ... .
Taylor 7
Alabama ....." .. 21 Georgia ...... ... .. .. .. S Indiana State ':::.:::::::: 10 Eastern Illinois 7
Arizona Stats ..".... 21 Utah State .......... ...... 13 Kearney ... ........ 15 Weshburn 13
Arkansas .. 21 Oklahoma State 0 Lakeland ...... 14 Milton 12
Army 33 The Citadel .. 0 Lincoln ... .. 20 Peru .. .. ... 0
Auburn ....:.. . 23 Houston .......... 7 Millikin ....:...:.. : : 20 Illinois. tiiie' 10
Bowling Croon 23 Southern III S Missouri .... 10 .
Valley Huron 0
CLICA Buffalo .. : 23 Boston U. .. ..: ..: ::. s Missouri" '. 14 Illinois i 10
Northeast Western
Clemson .. ..... 20 Furman .."................. 0 Northern Illinois .. 31 Whitewater 0
Dayton .. 33 St. Joseph .............. 0 Northern Michigan 24N'wostern Parsons 13St
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Florida-SMU Duke 17 South Carolina 7 Coll. I. 10 .... 0
Florida FloridaFlorida ........ 17 S. M. U. .............. .. 14 Ohio Northern 20 Mount Mary Union 0
FSU-Mlami Miami State 14 Miami Florida .. 10 Ottawa S3 Friends ... .... ... 0 Hot
Georgia Tech 24 vanderbilt ... .... S Otterbein 33 Indiana Central .. ... 0 I Featuring a
Navy-Perm State Navy Iowa State 2Drake .. ... ...... 'Oulchi.. .. 20 Southeast Oklahoma 14
:LSU-Texas A & M Kansas ? ...... 14 T. C. U. ... .......... .. 7 Pittsburg .. 33 Central Missouri 0
LSU Kentucky 30 Detroit .................... 7 Principia ..". 41 Central Methodist 0
AlabamaGeorgiaOklahomaMaryland Alabama U S. U. .17 Texas A S. M. ..... 10 It. Cloud... 13 LaCrosse ... 7
LouisvilleMarshall 10 Western Michigan 13 St. Norbert ....... ........ 20 St Thomas 14
Oklahoma .. 10 Morohead .. .... 0 Slippery Rock ... ... 14 Ball State ...... ... .... 13
Mo.-Callfornla Missouri Miami, Ohio 10 Xavier. ..... ...... 14 Southwest Missouri" 20 Emooria State ... 0 Roast BeefSandwich
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MississippiMississippi 21 Memphis State 10 Southwest Okl.homi' Fort Hays ..13
Kansas-TCU Kansas State 21 Texas Tech. 7 Stevens Point .. 23 Stout .. 0Dona
Missouri 11 California 7 7
Terkio 27
Air Force-Washington Washington Navy ... 14 Penn State ..... 0 Wabash ... ....... .. IS Valparaiso I' ... 12
Duke-South Carolina Duke Nebraska ......- ... 54 South Dakota U. 0 Washington. Mo. 20 Missouri) Mines ..... 0
New Mexico State 20 Arlington.. .. ...... 7 Wayne, Neb. 13 Northwest Missouri .. 12
North Carolina 14 North Carolina St 7 Wheaton ... .. ... 20 Albion. ...... ... ....... 13
NorthwesternOhio 14 Oregon State 0 WiHiam Jewell 43 Culver-Stockton .. 0BaldwinWallace
U. 20 west Texas 14 .
Wittenberg 17 0
Guest PredictionsSIGMA OklshomaOregon 20 Maryland ... 10
t. ...... 30 Brigham Young 0
Pacific Calif. .. 21 Montana 12 SOUTH (small colleges)
San Jose State 20 Idaho .. 10
NU Stanford 20 Washington i State IS
27 Abilene Christian 17 Cast Tsxas 7
TenSyracuse..... 32 Chattanooga Boston College 0 0 Apoalachian .. ....... 10 Newberry 7
;. Texas 27 Tulane ., 0 Arkansas A & M 31 Millsaps 0
Florida Texas Western 17 Central Oklahoma 10 Ozarks 0 New Orleans
FSU r' Utah. 10 New North Mexico Texas 14 14 Concord.... ... ... .. .. 34 BIueSeld 0M Style
Villanova 10 Toledo 13 East Cent Oklahoma 21 Lamer Tech
Navy a Virginia. 21 Wake 'orest 0 East Tennessee 21 Murray: 10
LSU V. M. I. 17 WIIIi.m. Mary 14 Eastern Kentucky 13 Austin Peay 10
V. P. I. 20 Tampa o [Ion. 10Aeorgetown Emory e> Henry 0
Alabama WashingtonWest 20 Air Farce 14 20Clenville Hanover 12
West 20 Richm-nd 0 13 West Liberty 12
Oklahoma Wichita 24 Montana Stata 0 Hampden-Sydney 12 Guilford 0 For Only 55C
Missouri = Wisconsin 23 Kansas :State 0 Henderson 10 Austin 13Wyoming
? 20 Troy 0
Colorado State U. 0
Kansas I rn'ton.. .... .. 10 Southern State 14
EAST (small colleges) Martin (U of Tenn) 13 Conway .. 10
Air Force McMurray 20 Howard Payne 10
Duke Albright IS Grove City 0 Middle! Tennessee '23Mississipoi Florence B 1620 W. Univ. Ave.
Bates 10 St Lawrence 14 Collate" 21 U. of Mexico 12'
Bowdoin 2S Worcester Tech. S Northeast Louisiana 12 Delta 0Frederick
t California State 23 Marietta 7 Presbyterian IS 13
SIGMA Pin EPSILON Cortl.nd. 27 Alfred ._ 0 Sam Houston 20 Tarleton 7
Coast Guard 20 Springfield "lh'DII.rd. 20 Fairmont 10
East Carolina 10 West Chester 14 Southwest Texas 20s Texas Lutheran 0 Across From Campus
East Stroudsburg 2Southern Conn. 13 F Austin 17 Northwest Louisiana 14
Florida CdmboroFrostburg. 10 BridgewaterGallaudet 0 Tennessee Tech 13 Arkansas State 7
FSU 10 12 ' 21 Trinity. Texas 0
Gettysburg' 21 Hofstra 14 West Tech 10 West Virginia State 13
Navy Indiana Stats 20 Shippensburg 7 Western Carolina 12 Carson-Newman 0 In The Carolyn Plaza
Ithaca 24 Clarion Western Kentucky 32 Southeast Missouri 0
LSU Itut=town 13 Central Conn.Bloemsburg 11 Wofford 21 leneir-Rhyne 13
Alabama Lock Haven 13 7 .

Oklahoma MassachusettsMilieraville 23 23 Delaware Maine Valley 0 7 FAR WEST (small colleges) Don't

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Port 20 Lycomint 12 Adams State 10 West'n New Mexico 0
Kansas Susquehanna. 42 Randoiph'Macon B Arizona State (T) 22 Weber 0LaVerne service at the same old lo-?
Vermont 10 American Intl. B California Lutheran 13 7
Washington Itt Waifs 14 Trenton 7 California Western 22 Hawaii 12 cation 318 West Univer-
Duke Waynesburg 13 Geneva B Central Washington 20 Whitman 0
Westminster 24 Carnegie Tech. B Colorado State 20 Fort Lewis A 0 M 0 Ave. Free
Colorado Western 37 New Mo*. Highlands 0 sity delivery to
MIDWEST (small colleges) Cencordia.i Nib.4 Colorado College 0
Davis (U .f Calif) 20 Santa Clara IS your door by calling 6-1252
4 .the only company selling Adrian 23 Defiance 7 Eastern New Mexico 20 Sul Ross 17
Akron 17 MusklngumManchester 13 Idaho. College 10 Eastern Oregon 0
exclusively to college Alma 14 .. 13 Lewis a, Clark 22 Portland B
men. Anderson 21 Olivet .11 UnSold n to Eastern Washington/ 7
-'J Ashland' 14 W..t.r. 7 Long Beach 23 Nevada 13
Aufustana, ilL 30 Cencordia. III. 0 Omaha 11 Idaho State 13
h College Life Baker' _' 21 Bethel, Kansas 0 Panhandle A & M 20 Southern Colorado B
Bethany, KansasSlufrton 24 Sterling S Puget Sound 23 Pacific Lutheran FEATURING. THE FAMOUSALAN'S
10 Heidelberg 14 le lands 10 Southern Utah II
insuranceCompany Butler 21 Bradley .. .. ... ... .14 San Diego 27 Cal Poly (Pomona) 0
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Watch For The Alligator s Footba 1 Special Distributed In Florida Vol. 57, No. 8 9 Uni TEDI Florida Field Tomorrow versiry of Florido, GainesvIle EEP SOUTH'S FiNEST COllEGE DLY' Friday, Sept. 18, 1964 Leg Cc With'( RON SPENCER Executive Editor Opinion differed sharply on tte relative worth of the Legislative Council as the Council, ridden with controversy, came unde, fire by a cabinet member of the Kennedy Adminm'tration this week. Heavy criticism and cries of "do-nothingism'' havebeen heaped upon the council often In, the past, but opposition to thecurrent situation with In the council has seemingly reached a new plateau. Secretary of Legislative Affairs * Cou ncil A dd s LegislatIve Council Majority Leader -elect Richard (Dick) Thompson added more fuel tothe flaines of controversy concerning the legislative Council yesterday. "The Legislative Council has not operated as an effective stadent opinion forum In the past because of lack of publicity of Its activIties," Thompson said. "Recently, however,'" hecontinued, "there has been puibllclty."' "The Legislative Council serves a useful purpose in budgeharv and Big Pep uncil Charged Do-Nothing'ism' MIattin e dwairds, 4A5 and a past rn em b*r of LegisIa tive Coun ii him-elf, heded those rritical to the pr-sent status of the council. "There Is .i ne ed tor a complete change of attitude by council Iemtbers toward their positions on the council, bet cause they ire supposedly representing t he student body,'' said Edw.,rds, who campaigned In the electionofcatort Party candidatesast spring before appointment to his present position by Kennedy. He put major eii* * Off icia To Fire fInancial matters, if nothing else,'' he said. Thompson countered recent charges of Legislative Council inefficiency by launching an attack on the present cabinet system. "They're (Gator Party) hurling charges at us to try to divert sta.dent interest away from their owl, inefficiency,"hotpson argued. Thompson that "There exceptions."' Rally admit ted are two however, or three Slated phasis cin the wol d "4%uppt)ity. We have lI I(OmmIntte< of wh t-h mayb ft(0u r have evi'r met iid worked as unit ,' Edwa rdi tonmmiented. Hie listed the Rules mnd Calendar Coninitte, haedi by iiud ly B I i ne; the Budget anid F mnlice ('mm it.e, headed by Ilermian (ireen; and the txrethe Committee, headed by Andy Percival, as not.,ble exceptions to thp present sadstate of the committee system. "There is today need for drastic retision of the conmittee system," Edwards added. Many committee chairman and many members exist ii nafle only," he said. Appolnted in March, Edwards IS in charge of constitutional revisions, of organizing and sending mail concernIng meetings, etc. to legislative council members. He ass ists vice president Dick Gober in council meetings and attends aU meetings. His function is primarnly of a Iiasot, between the executive and the legislature. My position I. that of a mall order clerk and a football cooch juggling his liweup.'' Edwards wryly, remarked. M y office cannot be organized or cordinated properly until sorme stability in reachedIn council ranks." Edwards estimated t hat oily some 40-50 members regularly attend the bi -weekly meetings irheduled on Tuesday nights. Tonight THE FLORIDA Union Print, Sale offers pictures to suit nearly ever taste. Above, Lesle' Lorant and Suzanre. Degni mak~e their selection. The sale ends today. (For another print sale picture see Page 3.) Boe Me' ard of Control int Here Tant 'WE.s I D~I ~ Ny The annual Pep Night and Football Preview sponsored by the Florida Union Forum Coimmittee will launch Gator football season tonight. Master of Ceremonies, AlAisobrook, Assistant Director of Alumni Affairs will start the proceedinv at 7:30 on the (root iaw,1 LBJ U.S. Hails 1 Might SACRAME NTO, Calit.(UP)President Johnson annowced Thursday the United States has weapons wbich could destroy in spac, any satellites orbiting the earth with auciear bombs. Johnson mad the disclosure in serving warning agairat agresof University Auditorium. Featured will be Gator majorettes and cheerleader,, university choir, and the tvand. According to Bill MvcCollumn, Chalrnman of the Union Forum, the choir will lead students in singing the Alma Mater. Highlighting the evenhn4 will be Barry E Sees Realignment GHEERS. C4UPil-BarryGoldwater welcomed his Senate colleague, former Democritic Strom Thurmond, into the Repub. lican party Thursday with a warn embrace and predldlio that a gradual realignment of the political parties was i the ofta. a talk by Coach Rlay Grave,. Ii. plans to introduce his assistant -coaches, give the low dow,' or' all key players, discuss the value of practice, predict thIs year's prospents, plus rate forthcoming opponents. In addition, cartoon Aide, featuring these opporrnts are planned to supplement his preview. This Is the second yeaz that the Unitn Forum has '.ponsored the event. McCollum forecast, that tonight's activity %hould surpass lJst yfar% preView. Im mediately followIng, the Four Scores (formerly, the Hii-fl 's will provide enteflalnmnt for ralI or shin. *treet dance, soth of the Florida I 'fion. In 4%.e of bad weather, thi' gathrrinu will be held In Ihe Club Rendervoujs. Staff Meeting Florid.,' governing tbarrI (or higher .ducatloc, lt.e Board 01 Control of the Uiniweritv System, will open Its meeting a1 9:30 til minn zg In UP 'res Id nit'a ron!,ret'. room. flw Board of Control will, altont with its regular mnetln, m.4t ini a joint sehsinl with the IeglslatIv" (Uomnmtte.'s Higher Educatios SIb-rommilite,, thalriman of which is Sen John E. Mathews Jr. of Duval County. In the joint mne.tlng, a blw'paint for Florid.'. hlgherdwationutor thme tacxt decade di be dincusschi, Including the locatloes sad types of nww educational nstitttIo% 4,1d thecriteri. for th. .sttlishmett of jnilor collete. A SimiLar madter plan was adopted in i9lE by the. committee, *hIcm set the stag. for ta. .,tablshmrnt of new wunlrstles w located in Tampa, Boca Mjtomn, Penngacola and ()rlanda. In 4rnothrr nsi>.on, INh. iHard of Corntrol will etmsldsr a complaint by hF Profe,,or Robert (a. hoffman tda the UF dealt unfairly with him when It abolished has jots of statIstics professor at UFE Health Center last Jure. Still No Orange Peel Editor Tb. Board of stden Pbble des watng for arval IF uel


A/l. [I F '4~iL!i If!. id .1 EIip.4 gui U' horn, CoUnt IV "no hbmrn I [4t if Says I' r II II rL oh n,~, I K Al the Barry tf'. F ii '~i 'Li I' V I OIiI'h rhi .Ic~ ItsIn r tlit Ri rry ;oldwitv'r's vite, iin the Seijit, show 4llirgi( to prrwres" id IhIr~y HHH Allergic 1,0 he Iii ki' oi~ ~ s.nait, votirig re& iii pirti lnil [)srtblng pre dent John-on's re cord as one that is for "pro gre',ive prO grCamIs'' .ndGold-wader's record as "opne that is agisaga ns, against,'' Hum"But I don't suppo4C It's any secret to you folks how the Republican pretender to the presidency of the United States voted on wheat-cotton bill," he said. "As usual, he voted no. But I must say this was a consistent vote. Are's always voted in. He's always voted agaInst. He's allergic to progress. ''You know, I'm a little intrigued by Barry Goldwater's con.sistent indilierenee to the American farmer. After all, he was a merchant, and he should know better. "I, too, am the son of a merchant, and I can tell you that 1Wless the farmers are prospering, the store owner'a cash register Isn't ringing." Humphrey recognized that he was in oil as well as farm country. He said he had voted in the past to reduce the 27 1/2 per cent oil depletion tax allowance by 5 per cent. But now, he said he will follow Johnson's lead on this issue and "take a new look at our whole n a tur al resources probinms." "Th. administration, wlthJohnson as President, will give the oil industry the best deal it has ever had," he said. Chain -t Predicts End War Miller Barry 'II rhu day iht the w ir i&M N m 'wll ee 1w o-jcltjded c wnnm until Barry GOld tt Is I tbp Whit, House.'' The GOP vice presidential rind date made the statement on tli second diy of a mid-west sttuhpil tour. He started the day in De Moines Iowa, n mdebq speec before flying onto another addres in Columbus, Ohio, Thui sday nigh At Beloit he charged that arcom modation, retreat and vaelllatio "are the hallmarks of the Johrl son foreign policy from Zanziba to Viet Nam." In Dubuqite, Ii (Continued from Page 1) launches within seconds. "This m&,ans more tume to prepare for our retaliatory strike and more tire to decide-with prudence amnd reason-the scope of our reta llatory st rike,'' Johnson declared. The President's speech closed out a tno-day trip to Montansa, Washington, Ore go i, CalifornIa, and British Columbia. His Repoblican campaign opponent, Sen. Barry M. Goldwater, appeared last week In Sacramento as well as in Seatle where Johnson spoke Wednesday night about the dangers of nuclear war. Goldwater has accused the Kennedy -Johnson administrations of falling to dovelop new strategic weapons systerns. Johnson said he was making Thursday's speech In a desire for his "voice to be heard .rotmd the world" so that no nation will misinterpret U. 8. political differences in an election year as a sign of weakness or division-. Johnson noted that America has stated that it has no intention of putting nuclear warheads in orbit. And he said "we hay, no reason to believe that any nationiwowplans to put maclear wa rheads into orbit. "At the sam. time, we recogni*.e the danger that an aggre.sor might some day us armed satellites to terrorize the entire rwpalatiw. of the world .nd we hav, acted to moot that threat. "We now have developed and tested two systems with th, ability to intern$p and destroy armed satellites circling the earth in space. RETAIL PRICE Record Bar DISCOUNT PRICE 3.98 4.98 5.98 Please 2.98 3.98 4.98 give us an opportunity to serve your record needs p11rijihon ror his first in, n i t [)ixre. W ito arwl Sin Aritoniwere hs nina stops Th* it dent clvii (Continued from Page 1) Goldwater made speeches in Raleigh, N. C., and at Greer before flying to Louisiana for appearances at Shreveport and New Orleans to conclude the third day of a southern tour. He renewed his invitation for dissident Democrats to support the GOP In November ant told the Greer rally of an estimated 16,000 to 20,000: "There is nothing left.ot the prlnciplea that your fathers and grandfathers stood for in the Democratic party." He saw 'Turmnond's defection as the start of a gradual swing by "millions of people" Into opposite parties. "Some Republicans will join the Democratic party; an overwhtelming number of Democrats should join the Repqablican party-a reorientation of the parties so that W@ can travel wnder our true Colors," Goldwater told a crowd estimated by police at 8,000 to 10,000 in front vt the courthouse in Raleigh, N.C. HI. explained later in a television interview taped for broadcast regionally that he did not expect a sudden, wholesale shft of party members. He stressed It would be 'gradual." Goldwater took painu at abreakfast rafljy in Raleigh to say he would not move to atoilsh the federal farm programs overnight, 4ie challenged statements by North Carolina Democrats that 1* had advocated the un mediate removal of government price sweport programs from such commodities as tobacco, cotton and peanuts -all grown in abundance in the southland. Picks Jo0hnson NEW YORK (UPI) -The Hearst newspapers came out editorially In s uppo rt o f t he JohnsonHumphrey Democratic ticket intoday's editions. The 10 Hearst papers across the nation carried a signed editonial by editor-in-chief William R andolph Hearst, Jr. backing President Johnson and Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, but not containing any specific criticism of the GOP candidate, Sen. Barry MA. Goldwater. It is the first time since 1932 that the Hearst papers have supported a democrat for Presideit. At that time, William Randolph Hearst Sr. threw his papers' support behind the first term bid of the late President Franklin D). Roosevelt. LBJ Our Record Buying Friends! Many thanks for making our last year so successful. Our, selection of Jazz, popular and classical albums are still tops and are available at these discount prices: p. Hearst Ison discussion of *U' the eliectiuri 4lmpaigni. Before 500 studenb,1k In the Beloit College '& + Miller said the [)ec calling the Republxcain rb. party" in this camnpig~. War Hetord thi natio into war W in this century,''he Id. r we have a Democratic ildni' tioni and once again wehivi L!Tr. ican boys dying In battle ii Nam. "Thlis war will never hi chided or be won until 0r Goldwater is in the White iHorns as President of the UntedStgier. Miller said Soviet Premnir Nikita Khrushchev's boast thit Russia has a "terrible" WtKLpXr emphasizes the issue of "which presidential candidate k bcie to keep the peAce and Ir*>rw our freedom. "The basic Question ib whither Lyndon JohnsOn can control Khbrushchev and whether he ca co ntrol Pekirig.accommodtion won't do it. These are the hallmarks of the Johnson foreign policy from Zanzibar to Viet Nirm, nd they simply do not work. "Open dis cuss ion wdthIn tiw framework of our political parties is the life blood of our American system. Choke oft that dlscusion, as Mr. Johnson apparently would have us do, and we would be headed inevitably towardone-party rule in this country. "'Is Mr. Johnson so senstlive to criticism-Is he so confident of his unquestioned leadership-that he would want to destroy thle Re-publican opposition? I sincerely hope nut." ,A Elegant, understated I permanently pleated dress inaninteresting Glen Plaid with Biasscarf detail. 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Sc ence Lar I, I r I [' V 'C~h in jnnun)IrIng ri tpt of t h gr Id, PresIdent I. Wayl. ke!t said tht grant funds will be con Robertson Named Dean Alan James Robertson, fort Myers, has been named 1ean, of University Relations and Develop.went, replacing Deat. Harold B. Crosby, w has been appointed president of the rew S tate University at Pensacola. Ac c or d ing to an alum ni publlcatioh, Robertson served as assistant to the dean of the College of Businss AdmInistratIon. Later he became vice president of the First National Bank in Fort Myers and until his recent ajppoiitment was vice presidentofLtlighAcres Development Corp. Robertson has twice been chosen "Citizen of the Year" in Port Myers. Grant gest Ever r If o o hmidie." eit -Ib PrelimInary plans for the s ruc tut p hLye aLreath beil apjrv'vd trd c{impletedt dr iwlngs at.e to ti. r-*d by Iaiuar ,I6. Ihuildijig 'hIJUtd hr miter r osI u tioti by nvxt NM rile I. Tbc addition t, the present building, Leigh Hal, will be u,.ed primarily for research and graduate work is chemistry. It will be joined to the south end of Leigh Hall and Is directly across Uhe street from the present Florida Union Building. The Natioftal Science Found.hion grant provides $742,00W or construction anid fixed furnishings and an additional $lll ,30formov able ajid general porpOse labor-atory equipment. Architects for the buIkldlu4 are MeLane, Ramon, Mcintosh and Berniardo of Tampa in association with Forest Kolley, architect to the Florida Board of ControL. Ebag4h and Goethe, GaInesville, are the consulting engineers. a big heartRR I ] l LOUISE ARENY Found this picture to her liking and took it home from the Florida Union Print Sale. Hurricane MIAMI (IJPI) -Mysterious Hurdecane Gladys matured into a powerful storm with 125 ntp.h. winds Thursday and struck out toward the U.S. mainland with Increased speed. Although still far at sea, the \~' & / Glady storm is proving so much of a puniler to irncasters that a sp. cial reconnaissance flight will investigate aid. iifluenlces to lhe. north of th, storm center Friday. for most of it8 four days of lk, Gladys has been plodding steadily West-northwes toward the maInland with the experts privately expecting itto turn northward momentarily. Itevenshowed some signs ofbreaklngupWednesday rmornng when It. center bhe'time disorgaolu.d and top winds dtupped down to 75 m.p.h. Hut Thursday Gladys wound ip Tight new center and organized 125 rn.p.h. winds or Its westerly trek thAt took it trrN. amii to for Us. the south of the path followed by Hurricane Thora on its waly to St. Augustine, Fl. A conterenre of hurricane torecasters in Washington and at lfr National Hturtleiin Center In Miami reached unanimous agreement Thursday morning that Gladys most likely would mailab'i Ilk westerly push at least through Friday, a prediction thial woud hrlng it swirly 450 mile. closet to the tnsiftjnd. At mldd.y, the weather b4Ireau located 1hw hurricane's 25mIle wide cnter about 9'75 miles slightly south of due east from Miami, near Ialittde 24.6, Lowgitwid. 64.5. it was moving toward thewe.t-northw.t at I? m.p.h. ~Giuli spider dOth e nly car under $10,00 with this exclusive comb tOminatio o 3 dual -throated Solex carburetors Six cylinder aluminum engine Disc brakes, froct(aluminum fin, rear) Freshman Tries New Atcog.1sed by I,.,mutts p. 9C1ea qu a hu fied for future keabrstjp in curriculhr end tra -curricular c ti v ill.,e on caima, nmemberUIfUF F r.,%hmnas Class Council will follow a new program this year, designed to helj, them dev.114 their potentialities,. *The non-poiltical group I. mad. up of awproximatrly II7 delrgdtes. A reprenntalivr h as been elected frown .jch of th. thirteen ,*'tions in lb. women'. dormitory area. Men's ,rea. will .1.'t those to represent them on Tue.da, S,,.mbe, 2,. Also incided on the cowicl wll, b. a memtusr of eac sorriy so fratenit pledge Claq-. Programse have beet planned for Council meeting. to *nabhe momSber, to be abetter iabormedgrop, Council Program ciass entity. Class projects aren't aiiticipsted, Adaimi said. F reshmn will have a new part to play In Hoiwr Court dun to *nthunlatni Indicated by them to Honor C ourt Chancellor Jerry Rlchmaii, Adam. added. lin dispersing knowledge amoeg .tudenIs, 1hw council will be of service to U/F. Experience ommn opportwtities for future leadershIp poeltlon. to them. The flrst mettin: a. *cheduled for Monday, October 5, at 3:30 p.m. in Florid. Union Boom 324. At this tnit SG prnsibint Ka. Kenae'Iy and vic.-prnldd DIeh Gober will address 1h. prup. Initi., org.snial.,,.on dte.eda. Offer. will be.lectsd *t th. follwn meng-Iy C0rtoh" 9, ftp. nisu te gsu rather than -n a etaipia-wids basis. Those wishItg to rn wtll be heard from. Bluekeyu aNd orHeads


' ~~, V Tennis Lights Won Campus News Bdefs Golf Meefng iqt' exhilIti'rn !orm Li. pr for dhi ormmg U[ !rnIe ,i 7:30 p.m. The meeting part of the department's ter, Nwly -ltd liirffi ,rs *:will b* held on Cd mpJS In the cect on of OUtmt. nding tu~ -tre: Pr.erit, Jo Mcleod, A FRIT /lk 11rary or, the third denti w 0 r ks retained and Vice -Pre, dent I, r .k e .+ 4:floor of the Military Building, selected by the faculty to he Ba trheldez, Tre tsu re, ve in addition to members of used for the purpose of exhiWebsterSecretiry, Mike the association, all persons bition and instruction. The Martin. eligiblebe for play at the uniexhibition examples represent The Annuil Indtstrtal EnSversity coursE are invited to the work of Juniors, seniors, gineering Student -Eacuity t.::attend, and graduate students Smoker will be held Sept. 28. ;:.>.: G(olt pro, Conrad Rehllog majoring in art. The exi.iat 7:30 p.m., Roomn 512, En.::::will outline plans for the next bitlon will continue through gmneering Building. EariConS:!,tournament, arid a film of the Sevtemnber 25. ncr will be presented with .:.:::1964 Master's TournaGallery X is open to the the H.G. Williams incentIve i Sent will be showni. Refreshpublic Monday -Friday, 9 LImAward. All industrial Enm:.;~nejis will be served, to 12 noon and 2 p.m. to gineering studexik mnd faulty p *m are invited. xScholarship Exam LgCucl St~rtnenentTb~.~. Mrs. Fiavet || Le o ni Bailey has aJUIOuIICed that the Crowning of Mrs. Flavet The qualification deadline. 1964 State Teaching and Nurs-ill will take place tonight at for fall Leg. Council elecig Sdiolarship examination 8 p.m. in the Flavet Ill Re.tions has been extended tO::f: will be gIven Oct. 20, 1964. creation CODWFr. No admisSaturday, Sept. 19, at 5 p.m. The examination requires '70 slow will be charged. The WIn,The treasurer's office, Room mint. net tasting time and ner will represent the 430301 Florida Union, AIll be .Wi be given between S and family village in the Mrs. openi from 1 p.m. tO 5 p.m. 8 11 a.ii. Scores from a preUF contest, to collect qualifying fees. N40 vious scholarship exam may one Cah qualify after this date. For further information Hootenanny C SMetn contact Dr. Bert L. Sharp,CS O Mtng oon, 100, Norman Hall. The Wesley Foundation, The Christian Science St.1320 W. University Ave. is dant Organintonmeetingwill ArtExhbithaving a hootenanny Friday, be held Sunday, Sept. 20, at Art E hibitSept IS, at 7:80 p.m. Siiging 6:45 p.m. in Room 212 of n Te OF Art Department has groqie oil campus WIll en the Florida Union. All me,opened it. fall trimester entertain, refreshments will be bers and interested students 8 ~habitioo series in Gallery x served, and stadnts are iiare invited to attend. lb it~~$~. Moves Apportionment WASHINGTON (UP!) -The House Rules Committee stepped Ihto the legislative reapportionment fight yesterday by recommnendingaconstitutional amendment that would overturn the Supreme Court's "one-man, one-vote'' ruling. By an 8-3 vote, It cleared an amendment resolution sponsored by Rep, Wright Patitan, fl-Ten. It would put a provision In the Constitution authorizing any state with a two-house leglslalure to apportion membership In one house on factors "other thunpopulation." The high court's ruling was that both state houses had to be apportioned according to popwation. The rules committee, headed by Rep. Howard W. Smith, Dl-Va., took the Patman resolution ott of the House Judiciary Commitee and sentita directly to the full House. The Judiciary committee so far ha. refused to approve any legislative effort to change the court ruling. Ex-Student Found Dead Htay S., 26, a former UT To be finally adopted, the Patman amendment would have to win approval of two-thirds of those voting In both the House and the Senate, and then would have to win approval of the state legislatures. With the 88th Congress grinding slowly tow ar d election year adjournment, there was some doubt that the necessary two thirds majority could be obtained in the House in time. The rules committee's action voting out the amendment left the next move up to Speaker John W. McCormack. In theory at least, the speaker mlght never let itcome to a vote. AskedI whether he would, McCormick replied only that he was "vigorously opposed" to the Patina proposal. Both House and Senate now are embroiled deeply in reapportion-. ment issue. The Senate has before it an amendment sponsored by Sen. Everett MA. Dirksen, RIll., which wOulddelay theSupreme Court r"lin until 196 Senate liberals are set'kmg th. adoption of a compromise which would express the 'sense of ConGo re I Up 'TiI ITsha n frd Ilowevir, Inst llutji ofirhipruytwill proh Mby he deijyci un tdl Bet rube r due to physical edu atiori c1as',es and Intramburils, which will keep the courts tied up until then. The project was begun last Feb. 4, when Student Government (SG) purchased the lighting equlpnleft Dilon Hts At Goldwater NE W YORK(UJP)-TreasurySecretary [)ouglas Dillon, the Republc an m embe r of rres ide nt Johnson's cabinet, took Sen. Barry Goldwater to task Thursday for promising annual federal tax cuts. Dillon told the National Conference Board N41CB that "no oze with the slightest wnderstamling of fiscal affairs and ecwnrmic events-or the slightest awareness of how quickly their course Can change could-blindlyandirrevocably-commit the nation to annual tax cuts for many years ahead regardless of the future state of the economy.,, Dillon did not actually name the Republican presidential nominee, but the reference to Goldwater's proposal to cut federal taxes by 5 per cent a year appeared plain. December 9 gAted '0 ljti th I n the project wjs held ij1, the ptits not being felil I ()stio, -j ude nt we I housing, said. st ro added that nib cly year s Student Gow'ir pressed the company for day delivery limit CIJU5 tr3 purchasing contract. Calvin Green, head or plajit and grounds departmvr i In charge of installing the ie also said the delay WI' L U by delivery failure. ''hr a neteeI In the shipment of the electrt transformer necessary foi ti -. stallatlon,"' he said. Fall term found SG andi (jro~ tired of the delay. PersIsternt contacts with the Raybro Co. r"suited in the delivery two weks ago of the needed transform nr. "After many phone calls w. finally got them to complete delivery," Greene' said. However, only it the physr I1 education department can ilt.r Its schedules can the installatur, h mat," Greene said. Dennis KC. Stanley, dein of the college of Physical EducationwId the department cannot alter its schedule of classes for Ihis "If se left the courts wewud have to call off bth intramuribs classes, and ths we ceunot Stanley suggested the Irntdl tion be postponed further, until Christmas or another holiday. inn "Gainevll' Fiest" The place to meet for lnch nd diner. Carriage Steak Room Dancing Nightly Special Lunch Ira 5P.M. to 2A.M. $1.25 with Noon-2P.M. Bobby Griffen's Combo Dinner Richard Parker's Orch. SPM-12 midnial Coan, & ri.s Pl s* Seafood -Steak m It t House on -hUiest


Scholarship Convocation Set Monday [Wi r'i r t p 't ii~s o It fcr i I lasIurrn, friom it) 1 'Ti. -rkxiII. Recipients of thp unive rsity' most coveted iward1, and NchollrshIps will be announced during tlw pro gram. Dr. August Hecksher, Itrector of the Twentieth Century Fund andl tormwr consultant on the arts to the late President Kennedy, will speak on VThe Qua lity of Amer Rcan Life.'' Award winners to be dfnOunlCed at the convocation Include ft v ve freshmen and five sophomores re eeiving J1. HlillIs Miller -,chola r Growl Tr .s t s' I ,, I ; s As 501aThIo wa rit, the fr ite rrity,. sorority .amd re sidence halls with the highest s. hrolastic aver age, jund ethers who hi y e itt i nt'S ixC. hence. Now LDir. ctor it the Twentieth Century Fund, rescirt h in d educainal organm at Ion i nl I h e field or c onmi i and social issue, lleeksdhwr's ca r ee r spins t hi' we rlds of C iu a thIo, jo uriallinm and public service, le is chief editor iaI w r utr for the New York youts 'h. I L' A H. L ut | itnutkt Ii ouhi tprhvI Lm III wee onNew irk', IEl,,itittlti L oksAnd] elItsss. lith N lout I is served ps for the (lby r it Nexw York 'I ~ '. i 'i ,'t is. LI 't t o~tit' ioi'i rtie of thr prngr li "Ikcks ef Oh' lImIn whichn etcet'vistii N Fe.body A W .rd In I 03. tRy 0 With entry deadlines only five days away, the Gater Growl staff is still accepting applications for skit and talent groups. Individuals and small groups will comprise approximately Isofihe more than 20 Growl acts. There Is great demand for students who have a background in ballet, t ap, or modern dance, comedy routine, singing soloists, barbershop quartets, or members of our various campus choral groups; baton twirling; straight instrumental groups; or any large ailence appeal talent. thus far the only independent group to apply for skits is the Hlume Hall Council. Hloward McNulty, Director of Growl, stresses that no set number of skits is allotted to Greek organizations. Selection will be based entirely on performance. MeNulty also emphasited that Growl directors are looking for quality entertainment that will appealtotheentire Homecoming audience. All parties interested In either skits or talent applications should contact the Growl office in Room 308 of the Florida Union. GROWLnV D A DlINESh -KSept. 23 Deadline for talent applications Talent tryouts 6:30 p.m. Univ. Aud. Announcement of talent winne rs Sept. 24 Tape entry deadline* 12 noon 308 Florida Uion Tape judging Announcement of 1 4 winning skit tapes Oct. 1 skit tryouts 6:00 p.m. Plaza Americas OPEN W STUDENT BODY FOR VIEWING Announcement of S skts to participate In Growl Ott. 16 Gator Growl Stadium. Players Cast The cast for the Florida Players first production of the trimester. "Red Roses for M," which begins Owt. 21, has just been cast, Ct .Lag to play director L. L. Zinmerman. Rehearsals for the show begin immediately. lnftrmation for re-servatlous it available in Room 254 'lIgert or by calling exienaban 2671. 'The cast includes Diane Peifrey, Diana Hollingaworth, [muise Rothenbery, Lotlio1tmmings, Paula Miret, Cristina Dempster and Holly Howuerd. Other p l ay ers are George Sprinkle, Charlie Harper, RIck Schuster, Alan Henderson, James Muliholland, Tim 'Thompo, Dom Demry, Je r ry Rhodes, Mike Wetherly, Bob Hefley, EarlSouk.p, Ed Pope, Alan Armstrong, Joe Carral. Jim Wood, B801 Gwynn, Zal Newmark, Terry and David Hutchinton. Doigherly Groundbreaking Reslated Grond breaking certeoies for the ceutrul GENESYS facility at Cape Kennedy har. been roscb*dJled for Oct. 19, Dr. Jhn GENESYS center na. held yesterday. Ceremonies at the Daytona Beach sit. are scheduled for next Friday. S a. A, p.1% Set Wednesday -a '4, A Named An adMiimble tra t, Leadership. Some hove it, some don't. We have, at least in the field of satisfying our advertisers with tangible results. We're leaders in this field because of our reodership, which is concentated, secialied,.ond more affuent than you might think. We get sean by thousands of people each issue, and our ads get read, too. .o a!' ar t '. it' .4 ix'st t o rn a e .li ipe p s .tlulttles foi i mole filitetit idatumshipbe t wo the sits oli 1,inesi life.


NLO\e An Q irniti iraililion1 A''} 'jtvershty 'I foIltg* thib IF its I ,iitIoni. lthQ listing rtritioni, rid facIri 1nW Ieg,!ds Cormi 11w trnt persnlm of mny ipis, without them, I [fliwrsltv would tive ini 4tm~~ pher& TmUCh skin to that of an irdustri plant ii ipxr imp. Trai ltions mia y die rom limve to t ime, as theIr useful ne ss or value to th' sti.dent Nidy declines. Preferential football bir< seating Is such tradition. ItIs not a sacred and eternal condition; it ca'n and should be amended. 'The tradition of the "rat cap"' has :all but diedi at UF; freshman hazing here Is now a thing of the We feri that preferential seating for the student politicos should also join the above two withered traditions on some otbsrure shell in the museum of UF history. Sine our editorial concerning the preferential football blom seating system, we have been approached by manyof our reader', and also by a few of the student poAiticos. In that editorial we informed Student Government that The Alligator staff preferred to enter the bloc rotation like everyone else, rather than be given 50-yard line seats to every game along with Student Government and Blue Key. We have been assailed by themn and accused of "trying to stir up trouble." Our answer is a resounding GOOD. We feel that it is our job, as the only newspaper on campus, to "stir up trouble" whenever and where ever such action is deemed neestudent, planning to sit in one of Student Government's 50-yard line seats for Saturday's football game, told us that he basically ,greed with us "in principle," but that he was nt about to "make any waves." By this, he apparently meant that it would have tobe uptosomeother agency (such as The Alligator) to Institute any needed changes in the existing situation. Despite our good motives in this matter, we have crded up with 50 -yard line seats, alongide stdent Government and Florda Blue Key, for the SMU game. However, the powers-that-be have promised us that we will sit on the IS-yard line at the Mississippi game.How A bout It? The New Orange Peel, UT humor magazine, Is still without an editor. The Student Publications Electoral Board, meeting this week, refused to name a Peel editor once again, following President Reltz' failure to act on the appointment of the two newest members of the Board. This delay means that UF students will not have a New Orange Peel at Homecoming, as they have In past years. We feel that the student body wants a New Orange Peel and should be allowed to have one. Qualified person. are running for ih. various editorial positions on the Peel, but still no or* Ja selected. Flow about It, fellows, let's do something about this situation. If you are going to aboish the New Orange Peel, then come out in the open and DO IT. The time for actloc 1ag pa. TODAY Q UOTa "'The benihs of all things .re small." Cicero The e Florida ALLIGATO Served by United Press International M ia4Editor.,. ......... E eaiw Editor. .......... ESSIut*SMaii Editor. ... Asalstuant Managing Editor. ...... Editorial Page Editor. ......... Sport. Editor. ...... Campus Living Editor. ........ ........Walker Lundy ..........Joel Gaston ........Eon Spencer ...enny Cason ........Davw Berkowitz .........Jw, Ham mock ..........Glenn Larsey ....Skip Haviser .......Jacki. Cornelius Editorial Assistants -Bruce Dudley, Toys Lin., Jim Castello, A.Carter, Don Federman, Nancy Brachey, Ernie Liti (Circulation Manager). Reporher. -Ed Barter (flgert Hall Stat Chief), Patti Pitt (SSi Govermment Bhat Chl.O, Frank Shepherd, Eunit Tall, Cyntbia Thastmll, Sue Haugated, Agnes Fowl., Bob Deloach, Fran Snider, George Mime, Ernie Lit. Sheldon Ciment, Gerald Jones, 5Wl Sudowekl, Decal Decker, Joan Gaston, Dan Mowtrny,Judy Knight, Awl Sagarstel., Edwin Brownrigg, Evan Langblin, Jo. Waldorf, St.,. Keatiuig, Twitt Cardow,. Greg heita, John idedlein, John MeDorsqgh, Hofly Howard, David Kennedy, Chris Hwndley, Thelma Mosmaa, Harol Aldrich, Marjorie GCmn, Hall Cain, Pam Brown, J~rey Dkflewalbr, Vincent Schaefor, Marty Berlanatein, William So. Rmshar bteSaof. Dick Deanha. IA. Alexander. Jim Cluxton. A 0 CLERK'S CORNER Service And Protection NT[EvE honor C5 [EESEMAN Court Clerk TPhis Is the first of.' weekly sew vs Of articles written for the purpose of helping the University of Florida 'tudetnt better underst and the Honor Court and the honor System. [ will attempt to adequately Answer the most frequent rnd puzzling q ues t i ons Iih a t students ask themselves concerning the honor System. In other words,. this will NOT be a PREACHER'S corner, but an EXPLAINER'S corner. After having personallyengaged indisru"sions with both freshmen and upperclassmen, I realize that one of the most outstanding questions in the hick of the student's mind is whether or not the Honor Court actually serves and protects hin. * The policy concerning the c.shirg of checks is one of the most significant services provided for the student by the Honor Court. Probably every student attending the university cashes checks throughout the city of Gainesville, yet very few realize that they have this privrlege largely because of the Honor Court. If a student accidentally passes a check Against insufficient funds, the merchant who cashed the check notifies the Honor Court, giving the student's name and student number. The Honor Court bnturnnotifies the student in a polite letter that he has passed a bad check and requests that he redeem the check within one week. In most cises, no further action is neededbeeause the student Immediately redeems the check. However, on a few occasions, a student has failed to redeem the check within the specified week. In this situation, the Honor Court sends a second and stronger letter to the student requesting him to redeem the check wIthin 48 hours or be subjected to contempt of court procedirngs. There has been only one case in the past three yea rs In which the Honor Court has been forced to take action beyond the second letter, and by that time this particula r s tu d ent h ad already been arrested for passing some 25 forged cheeks throughout the state. Needless to say3 thea 4 H o nor C o urt w a iv ed jurisdiction. Because of this Cheesemon policy, the merchants in Gainesville have confidence that a bad check written b> a student will be redeemed. Therefore these merchants honor all check, written by students attending this university-. * This policy also protects the student from prosecution in city court, thus preventing a possible fine, a Nail sentence, and resulting criminal record. No permanent record Is made of any bad check case In the Honor Cnair, their lives. With stealing on campus, thi e Court can avoid the student's being prow in this manner. We are presently preparing to flegab tl P Gainesville merchants in an attempt taper\I]1 them to turn any shoplifting offense o I Honor Court. Although such a rise woul e n t e r ed on the student's record with university, It can be removed upon gradutiti.u We feel that this action will serve as I u tlher protection for the student by the honor (>uirt. Hiow do you feel? Next week, I will explain the protectit, I student receives during the actual lnvestetIrn and trial in the Honor Court, unless there questions to answer about this week's antt I. Lastly, I encourage all of you to reid t Honor Court brochure if lou have one. If vou do not have a brochure, call extension 2374 or 2375 at the university and we will see th it you get one. Unwanted Music EDITOR: As a student of the University of FlorM l and as a human being, I most heartily protest the current afternoon practice of bandsmer On the green of Fleming Field. As a resident of Tolbert Hall this student feels that he, as well as other men of the Tolbert Area, are being unfairly burdened with this source ot wnwartesi noise and confusion. Overlooking Stadium Road for three semesters, I have become somewhat tOleranlt of both traffic sounds andthe cadence of R.O.T.'ddil] as I have felt that both these activities were necessary and proper on a unive rsI' campus. However, the obscure music and nobe produced by the subject bandsmevn is b 0 unnecessary and totally out of step wltbthu mainstream of campus life. All study during the bandsmen's hours 5 lost in favor of a discordant, harsh, confusing welter of sound which constttutes considerable source of aesthetic anxiety iimOnlg patrons of serious art. TIhough I realize this short meoadm plea for freedom arising from a wasteland 4I tyranny and oppression, will be lost like th. mariner's cry of distress before the surgini tides of an angry sea, I must yet rais th lone voice with the unfounded hope that Jasi> midht this once prevail. y.V Swifta EDI1YUR'S NOTE P I N */ *1 p -2-


i~ )tCP t~~i I Pr;i-I ii It iuakth anid gets out to VIot." Not Lnfrt'tui.ntls he pleas fall on deaif or iblnterest,'i Is in. ite not heeded. Many of thipe V(oters, wih' lo re i hend whodo cat thir bill5t mst liur ki t these well -meaning editorial'. According to V.u. key's ilthoritatlve ak "Southern POlItIcS' Ice 1920 only slightly mnore thin 30 per 1 sf. irsi ,fftofls .mill k Ii I Fine I PHO NO LA (I mu' pr~cc. It 'H, ii, It, I' A ii 'mu s.AC p Li Is iii It 0 A trb. dese STEREO rues the ASTRONAUT --r L nioy hiving ',tefr( it t with thi ,4 p d Ph'('nfoL Astr'tniitt R?' My rj>,ir1d I totura mI r i o i t vl Features: 4" speaker in main cabinet additional 4' speaker in remote dual channel amplifier separate volume control for each channel dual tone control automatic changer for all 4 speeds remote speaker stores inside cabinet 12 E. University Ave. NO MONEY DOWN CONVENIENT TERM hR6-5891 OF AMERIC LOOK WHAT' HPEED TO GENUINE HICKORY S 0 Pork, Beef, Ribs & Chick. '-A-4 -St ft 'ft -, *4 OUR SAUCE? ramp .rMs Vt Seas. HeOse I~ iii (ON f ec Edi*nr is r'TV sv-s AD


A 1(4 >j~~~j 9< r t~9ttt UNITARIAN Jack S. ---Their -UNIVERSALIST PORTABLE-STANDARD TYPEWRITER SALES, SERVICE & RENTALS ONLY AUTH ORI ZED OLIVE TTI-U NDE RWOOD IN GAINESVILLE Complete Office Outfitters 601 W. University Ave. 372-3555 STARTS TONIEI Open 6:15, Show See Both Late as Funkhouser Uni versity of Florida Historic Role i0th Ave. [ Fo r saij VE.SPA motor scojter, good 'onditlon. $45. CAl! 376-0579 ifter 5. (A-8-3t-c>. 1964 CHICKASHA Mobile home, 2 bedroom S50xO equipped on lot. will sell for equity and resume paymernts. Call 2-7798. (A-S-3t-c). HI-Fl RADIOS HOME & AUTO COLLEGE RADIO 817 W UNIVERSITY SHOP AVE. GAIESVILLE DRIVE-IN at 7:00 Q:57 AMERICAN L PREMIERE! V rB C'4 -a S S FIRST RUNI E ILIT? BIM(ONOCULAR SCOPE -3 obJectives Excellent MICROwith case. for biology and medical work. $115. Emory A. Morris, Rm. 33, Buckman "B". FR 2-9317. 1984 HONDA 150. Excellent condition. $425. See at Shady Nook Trailer Park, Lot 15. 3101 SW 34th Street. Off Archer HR0a d. (A-6-4t-c). FM -AM Admiral radio. Dual speakers. Brand new. $50 or will tra T r stereo. Call Art 14' RUNABOUT Mercury excellent B o at, 35 HP and trailer, all In condition. A very good ski outfit. Individual owner. Only $495. Call 376-4048.(A-8-st-c). FOR SPECIALIZED SE RV ICE, CALL UNIV. AD EX: 2832 OR COME TO ROOM OF THE FLA. #9 UNION GOLF Driving Range U.S. 441 North OPE N Saturday 8 a.m. Monday Thru Sunday p.m. all day -8 p.m. Friday AND -8p.m. Phone 372-7066 CUE STICK BILLIARDS 905 N. Main Food Fair shopI'g Csftr Gotors & Girls WELCOME FRANK'S AUTO CLINIC SPECIAL ATTENTION to students and oill University personnel. We employ two full time experienced mechanics. ore having If you car troubles of any kind, JUST CAUL US. FR 6-4223 1311 NW 5*h Avenue GAINESVILLE ,FLORIDA 'or Sale ~1 S[ARS Ketnmore oil lbeater, 55,000 13TU, like new, $75.Gs stog.' $30. See at 1336 NE 7tb Street.Pbone FR 6-9805. (A -8-3t-c). MOBILE HOME l962 WolverIne lOx50, high and dry, like flew. $2500, or equity and take up payments. 3620 SW Archer Road Village, lot 26. Phone 378-2049. (A-6-St-p). 1962 ZUNDAPP 250cc Motorcycle; electric starter.Best B flat clarinet. Call Micanopy. (A-S-St-c). Offer. Also 466-3237?, BARGAIN le nesportable GE balance adjustment. see It n)w at lOIS S. W. 7th Ave. or call 3728001. (A-fl-St-c). 192VEsPA otr footer. 2 ton paint b;sed tto0 prhor $20 r bs miles offer. Contact Frank Bramson at ISFrat Row, Rm. 10, Pi Lambda Phi House. (A-9-2t-c). HI-F! Speaker. speaker in lKarlsoa finished exterior. 8" Goodman's enclosureCost new $175. Now $95. Call 372-6182.(A-9-lt-c). Help WantedI PART TIME Motorcycle scooter me chanic. experienced see Mr. streit Only persons need apply. at street's Bicycee Shop, 615 W. Univ. AVeSE-7-St -c). KuSER'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT We have 78 USED TYPEWRITERS EXCLUSIVE OLYMPIA DEALER RENTALS Exper Repairs 604 N. Main St. Phone 2--9607 LEAN-A-MATIC LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING QUALITY IS OUR SPECIAL TY EXCLUSIVE SANITONE PROCESS 1722 W. Univ. Ave. lbnsti pmtn .l/fAl GAT ROLAASIFIEED SPEAKE R: FELLOWSHIP TOPIC: Humanities Staff, "Muskc And The Ards In Religion" And Their Place Today orSale TIME: Adult 1204 N.W. & Church School PARKER'S 11:00 A. M. -v SERVICE S For


---GATOR icrT CL Rent iPhone M-l%. h r >,Managtr. (B-I -91-c). F [AlROOM Uinfbrmlshed house-. Smiles from the center of o ,nesvtlle. Stove and refrigeritor icluded. Family preferred. $75 per month. Call 2-0243 alter 5. u-stU-nc). Au t os 1978 TRIUMPH TR-3. Very good conditioD, painted recently. Boot cover, tonneau, good tires. Asking $850. 1215 SW 4th Ave. After 4:30. (4 -9-St -p). 1S60 AUSTIN HE ALY '3000' Rstr. 1)eltfxe Model, includes ww, radio and overdrive. Good condition. Price $1550. Call Chuck Kurvin I R 2-9421 after 6:30.4G-9-lt-p)-. 1956 FORD Fdirlab on Cwoer, excellent otion.(G-0. C R 2-8703 after 5:30 p.m.(-7S-) 1959 VOLKSWAGEN per fect engine. Real bargain, Call 3762033 after 5. (G-8 -St-c). A S S IFED S '-4 37?itr i i. .MI SI SF I ['jni y" i M,. H 011sF, 4tItttimatic tr I.lsNt(,ra ficlory air -< ohd~itrg.) Still under hew t-p1. 1959 ( IF V k{(II F !I'A A Conwertibl., Ip)wer brakes .a n d steering, iew enginle. P'rir. $995. Call 485-23t5. (U-7 -SI-ne). 1952 MG XF interior, fins 1ce. 9-lot-c). 11111 T, bvautlful nerw paint jtb. (all HR 2-1694. 1w will (GService WI LL CARE FOR A child 3 years or older In my home. Nice fenced In yard and meals served. Reasonable rales.Csli FR 2-6623. (M-2-tf-nc). CHILD CARE during football game. Call 6-8348. (M-9-2t-c). n .\t. I I\N IF-Nsl', mT 1 YT1n11, [Ulk, Blurs, and otentry sthle' wIt 5opiri-ned idtrut-tors.*A iso k,,s0, WashbxarI ,rnd lug. Tel phone itit53. tM-9-St-c). SR -IiBudgut book nd I MS 1hb-D .ningsz inform in for A. II i l esupits. No tibligationi. I'honre 176,I)7j8 1w tween I .,nrd 4 p.ti. P. i M-l-t-u). PROilE IONA I TY PING done at home. 12 years experience and on the approved graduate list. Thesis, Term' pae rs, *Iise rt atjonts, Itc. Call Mrs. l-yons 6-1160. (M--8-3t -C). GU'I T AH -BA NJ O lnstructli;n, ClassIcal, Flamenro, Folk, az Beginner. Gretch, Esp,na, Fender and Epiphone Gultars.Galnesvllle Music Center, 1023-1025 West Sniversity. Phone 372-5421. (M~ Campus V OT E Part a1t kHe It L at l im IIA ai o\ph e~iam loha h ir Sen pi b tirm ii. Tuedde> mght in 1,n 1ml o 0g11m1!.tlonaI meetings ii the It kap Alphaa ft rttn tous,,' itendedt by so'mr IS0O LX er'ons,. former Studlent lIkxly Pr-es. I'.ul the lnvid for a mor, pi gre.nIv, I tudent tOVt'rnmTIenIt ad titn'd for fulfillitc puirty proam S5. A second metng w t held Iat might it the Delta Tau [)elta fr lernity house. Hendrkck as',ailed lhe current Gutor Party Admlilstratlon and 'westioned the veracity of Prn. Ken Kennedy's rc-nt statements concerning platform completion. According to a recent Alligator news story, Kennedy was qjuoted as ha ving completed somic 35 per cent of his platform promises. This, Kennedy laterexpluIned, was aD "off-the cuff estimatee'. later Scrutiny by Kennedy and Vice President I)Ick Gober resulted In an upward reevaluation of hw fAgore to 49 per cent. llendrick clalmedthjat Icennedy's To Fete lacaul UIE alumni club prrsidentn will be feted here Saturday *t AlumhI Club Pre.Ident's day,. The SO Florida and 4 out-ofstate cliib presdents. are invited hi the annual event as honored guests of the UniversIty of lbride, according to Bill A. Fleming, director of alumni services tnd executive se. relary of the Aluna As so' IutIva. At a 9 .a. mi. coft, iour In the huh, the alumni leaders will haizp ho',t the state officils here ror Il ily.iv. Appirpilalion Iay, also Situ rimy. Awhr'th will te prescnt.-t at i lunishewn to the presidents whose rlubs have reached their dollar Campaigns + ----------. -,.--. -. .--.---Presidents qwotaIn the 1964-65 Alumni loyalty Pwnd Campaign. This event will be held In the Iii.,. Hoomi of Uh. Student Sa rdics Cente r ,at ll:30 a. na. The clui presidents will .It together at the football game, and will receive ru'ognitIon at halffine, (lub, presidnts. Jr. elected by ttwlr Io.-ai ,a -ive cnubs, s,'rv, for 0nW year, .1nd least iin carrying ot many pror .ImiS if lb. Alumni A ssotnIatloa and~ lh. local cliib, Alunmni ASOrtiatlon program In'11*d. recepllons for entering UIf ,tudenats, ad saihul ardaip awards fr ot OUnIMIKII lb-el high grhnji GATOR CLASSIFIED Wanted WANTl.ii -',ai*, Ma iuger for tiutunt I'ubtlIg li.n,. -twlyiag ii ountinr with hour' mliim ,~~h 1,1at. ls is a ir ilnca py'osiin Paiy 1% $l0.MJ p.r w.,k for tiles mii nit. jiob. App y Studyn ii PutblirstIons (ffir In the loridj Umon. -3 -i-f-nC),. WA NTI) Oii girl .0 shar. JparI mrent at ll1J5 NW 3rdi A v. S4S per month, iiil Vjlo.-rl, day: 6-326, ,xt.2'XJ. Sight: 6-1S77j' -9k -21-ri. WANTCI> 2950 thru br4 Fords and ( h,-vrolet'. Al HIetrtdt't Servir Station. 2I6 S. E. 411h Street. '( -5-0t -C). MAlI. roominate nedei to shart, expflSeS In moderli a4t. acrOs from camps. Ciii 112-7934. (C9-it-ph. 2 GiRth wanted to share h008e behind Holiday Inn. CaUl Vieki or Nan u27-IlS 'C .-3t -ri. Real Estate] (114 'Al-I tevrly, contemporary home '' link. from campus it. South,.d section. ( ypress family roomi; import.d F11b';. ((l4%f 5 vrsens4r v.randts. Mapi. parquet; Ill.l bath., skylight. Ulans wails ov",rlo.*IMg ravine, iansily '-onav.rtsd Into two apartments If d*sIrd. Fapeclally ideal for coslin, nuracs, and single pzofrssors. C all pam, for alnltnM'nt.fH 2-4J32N. (I-S -t-p). ILost & Found~ iJAiT: GULP CLUt, Power Bill, on. iron left on pper fleWd $5 Reward. Call RaIon~ees at 372 -Q5t. ([.-9-It -p). LOS6T: GIrl's brows Wiltbid, Phease return to (hk,. MarshalL. 1621 N. W. 3rd Plac(Behind P. Alumni C 4-9 1! y y Ir of .I.I rei~t It,nc *LTh&ir.I roaut ne mnmtwr' will be r9Ila ed In th, upco I, g (1c1.Ii eretion1s. Gator Party o attat Party candidates for the I tg(IslatIvW (otiicll seats will be generall party meeting Friday at S p. m. 4t the Alph' Tao Omega fraternIty house. Party Chairman, Mike Bollingsworth, piani* to map out pianm for the coming campaign. "We Wait to get all of our people bark into the campaign spirit and I expect to see a lot of newfae, Ken Kenancdy Student Body President, will address the meeting. H. plans to outllwe the Party prugr amn that have been conapieed and to discuss those as yet wittomipleted. "We f.l that fl canl complete all of our program. with acooperalive Lnislativc Council tit t wilt be extremely dhfictjlt if -e contintin In our present minority at.tus/' he said.


V A LARRY DUPREE, Plorida's All-American candidate, cubs thrmughb opposition to scorn during practice drills. Tomorrow Dupree starts his campaign to become Gators' leading rusher and their first AllIN THE WHIRLPOOL. Is American. Coach Ray Graves coils Dupree, "the best college back I've ever seen." Via television many football fans will see Florida's f-illbock in action against Southern Methodist University. BRUCE DUDLEY Assistant Sports Editor 'Television and Florida Pield viii be the two advantages the Gators have when they take the field against Southern Methodist University (SitU) tomorrow t 1:10 p.m. Coach Ray Grases ban alr.dy maid Florid. Field wWl be an advantage, and for anyone t loust hit superstitimu IelmISIOD n ut b-e oleed-. Graves baa a record otiS-I, as head coach or assistant -n nationally idlevised games. 'This Is tops In the natloo. One of his televIsed 10.308 win last year's battle with Georgia Tnc, which the Gators lost 9-0. The other TV defeat came when Grases warn at Georgia Tech and the Jackets lost 14-7 to Artansas In the IOU9 Gator~ Bowl. Graves Enjoys TV "I like being on talevtslo. owen though Pm not photogenIc,'' Graves said, when asked about his outstanding televlsom rating. While at Florida, Grins he. cached two teams that uon the Gator Bowl on tolevisios. In lOW0 Florida nipped Baylor 11-12, and the Galore upet Peas Stabe 7is the 1042 GOtr Bowl. Gator lames televised before Grases was head coach Inciuded the I95k GOor Bowl which th. Gators dropped to Nlsslssippl 7-3, and portions at the lOsS game with Georgia which the Otors won 11-7. Rodgers Star Too Grases Is certainly king at football televIalon, but Coach Pspper Rogers doesn't take a backseat In TV ratings. 'Tb. Gator oflenalve coach has a TV rating at 10-I-I as both a player .nd coach. With the combined TV records of Grayes arid Rogers, the sMUa tultanes shouldn't have a chance of nainog at Florida Fild. Certainly when the NBC cameras span Florida Fild tomorrow, the Gats seasoned pertormern will be ready Mlr acico. It should be a typical Florid, TV spectacular with th@ Odors coming out ontop at Hayden Fryru boys n-Ia'. Now Scoreboard Easy 'The Univetlty of Florida has aStfled nw acorntourdh In the sotl stand of Flori. field. Whie Ce gine the scotfloard to the U?. Florid. Stin had to ro S. sooreboerd Is WhIMa she sect stars Instead of bilt ito them. Thbe scoreboard cat be readwit ease from .11 volnta lathestadium asd ulrn doe flt mas It amfcult T R Thomson, 8.5 M E ,University of Nebraska, '58, came to Western Electric for several reasons Important to him, was the fact that our young engi neons play vital roln fight from the stafl, working On excitmfg engineermg projects in cwmmurfcations including electronic switching, thin film circuitry, microwave systems and optical messrs Western Electrics wide variety of challenging assignments appealed to Tomn, -s did the idea of addanted stjy through full-time gaate engTom is developing new and improved inspectai and twocess cootrnl techniques to reduce rnwnulecturing costs of telephone switching ,quipmeot. Tomn as sur, that Western Electric as the right place for him What about you? If you set th, highest standards' for yourself, enjoy a challenge, mnd have the qualifications we're lookimg for -we want to talk to yu! 0ppwtunities for last-mnoving Careern exist flow for elsetria mehanical and industrial engmeen and Tom Thomson wanted challenging work He found It at Western Electric


Vince Dooley Takes Georgia Reigns, Plans u VIDcC E)ooley become, th 'Y' usti~~ ci)c ini the SoutIl e1trn Conference when he takes the re Ins of the Georgia football teim. Tbe ending of the Wally Butts era at Georgia finds Dooley taking over for Johnny Griffith as head coact and Joel Eaves, of Auburng taking Butts' place as Athkdic Director.' Spring practice showedthe Bulldogs have some strengths, but fl'o Extensive ILL;g rwtuici r, m tuorn rh,' SF Cro to \(Iin', Iihs es im will be built troundi the nucleus of Pat Ilodgson, I, "Ut standing recetver at end; Ray Rissmnilter, expected to be onir of the top tickles in thi. South, .ind Lynn lHuglhts, new utuarterhark who spent the [l63 %e.isol (in the Bi' squad. Offenusivrly, the fluildor hopes will rise or fall with thr fate Rebuilding of th* -5,.iui. Huighe. In-prg 1Iey hopes to add a running track to 1hw Georgia offeibe,. Botb Taylor, 184, and F red ha rt* r, 194 will rotate at the left half spot. Marvin Hurst, 200, and STUDENTS WHOLESALE PRICES ON GYM CLOTHES Men Shorts -Tee Shirts Shoes by Converse -Beacon Falls -Keds Socks Sweat Sweat Skirds Ponts for MEN & WOMEN Women Bermnudas -Jamaicas & Shorts Shirts Shoes by Beacon Soils Swect Shirts Sweat Pants & U.S. Keds tennis Balls (Pennsylvanio-Dunlop-Bancroft) Tennis Rockets (Boncraft & Dunlop) Presses Covers Shorts for Men by Fred Per ry Shorts & Skirts for Ladies HOUR RESTRINGING SERVICES GOLF Stonfer & Complete Sets Clubs by McGregor for Men, Carts Head Covers Balls Glov: e ss Women & Children TEAM OUTFITTEtS Ffrternities and Sororities -Lettered Shirts, Unifors complete, Shoes, Socks, Complete Line of Team Ecquipment is s tDukt, HI. it 011 two p illb irk, it Ic al until intk I ike wit t' knee gels w$ LI. At right half will be Don Porterfteld. 180, aind Wayne Swinford, 18. Other backs who will be counted on by Dooley .a i Jo. Bursmn, who missed 1963 with kn injury, but will be back In cx, linsive duty as a safetyman; Bob hitter .1 p1 ace-kIcking sprtI list,* Pat llujnlrutt, I pAS% dtererso expert, and Mack Faircioth, punter. tDoo Fey expects to have Ii lettermen returning on the line this ,eason, but no job Is secure. The Georgia end Corp. condsts Gator To Be Te LIF basketballteamwiilplay perhqp. its most important ,an. of the season egairast Kentucky on regional televi*Ion. The gam., scheduled for Jan. 23, wtI be televised *t 3 p.m. Gainesville time. It I. ID conijunctlon with S tflgame basketball televIsion series being Inwuurated by lb. South eastern Confrnc. during lhe coming swaon which was mutnilly armounced by SEC Commlssiotier Berbie Moor. and the president and managing director of TV Sports, Inc. of Pstersoa, N. J., Eddie Elthorn. rhe basketball ean,. of all eleven member schools will speat In this meies, the first successful "'packagt' television program for lh. SEC. All televised games will be played on 8.turday aftnoons, and ther. will be no blackout of any area. Conmmissiomer Moor. credits lb.SEC TelviuiocCharman, Jim Corteti of LAU, with the major work of Ironing out the detail. mec.ry to the schedule with th. mensber. Elahorn, who will personally produce the, said the South Add 6 here are 6,040 End 000 nww seats in the soath end loam of Florida Field thIs year. They wert. constructed this summer tile t,. iootbd]l field wee cot in mse, but will b. re.dy for the first game on Sep4. II. AccOrding to Assistant Athletic Director Percy hi. Beard the seed for more general admission snd reserved seats was a insisreason for th. -ew .ddlattestalu. A no thber r easeoc h r new bleacher. was to end the need to cove the sus at -aa seats to be track IbMs after the jootail seasse hr track spectabera. 1This has bees a costly move every year. 'rogrom of srv.'r a!good prospects lnciwiizwg *I r y i r n a do. IRS, Georgr Nowicki. hs, and Barry Wilson, 189, is wnil as Hodgson. A trio of big tackles may help the Georlis cause. Jim Wilson, 25S, anduerard JOnlkI, 231, along with 24-otnd Hissmiller give the Bulldog thy' some needed muscle. fle new regime will be marked w lbt less throwing and more running. They'll be some twig afternootti for the Bulldogs, but b~y the time they meet the Gators In JacksonvIlle on Nov. 7, GeorgIa may have come at age. Cagers on TV series will begin .itb the LSUGeorgIa gpm. In Baton Roqe on Jac. 2, and will gesture cme lime p~er week, closing uibbie Vauderbilt-Tulane Wit in Nashville, March 6. The play-byplay .teecriptloes .11 be dome by Jot1.Fergmon, Sports Director of WBRtZ-TV, and Ed Thilenius, Sports Director of WAGA-lY. A network of mor. tha 20 stations will carry the telecasts Into eight atatas. Eirhorn expsensed his pleasure thus: "We are hwworwd to be able to brig somhesern Conebrence basketball to the many fuws is She are., sad -e hope that bycqpaglug thoands of people to tht highly competItive port -e may create an ewen greater Interest is the bafletball program. at the individual schools." Commissioner Moore was in complete agreement with Elhorn. K. said: "From a conference standpoIzt, -e are phased to participate In this Welvsiop series. Soudheasteru Coiaece basketbll I. a quality prcduct sad the ras. will enjoy it. ?elntiggp th. pam. tinder this pina is a positive step forward hr IM8KC.'L Bleachers New Seats Beard said lack of einoqg ffnle produced by lb.e tudest seats during foothill seasce, and ever Increasing nuubrofstSdemt. make a permanent east side Impvslble. l1ev. is.a posibility the shn end mote elM he beAM 1.1. perusnes bleather. inS t~r., Beard f.M t4.g made from temporary blaener might .h. perumS nt ot eat mme pineiNl. buad .Iapaed many to haMl thes bleaees at ar blur. adidoma do ast -om fIn U? IunS, bet from S. **Mltic UNIVERSITY TROPHIES FOR ANY AWARD ON THE SPOT ENGRAVING


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