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57, No. 10 University of FloridaGainesville Monday, Sept. 21, 1964"

THE DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COLLEGE DAILY"ww5 -



'What? Me Carry The Ball Again?'


.is what SMU's Jerry Phillips seems to be sayingas

the Mustangs prepare to huddle in Saturday's football

game against UF. See pages 7-8 for stories and picturesof

the game. (Photo by Don Decker)


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UF Convocation





, M Honors ScholarsClasses



are dismissed third and fourth periods this morning for

the annual Scholarship Convocation In Florida Gym, presented by
the university's Committee on Public Functions and Lectures to
encourage and recognize the achievement of high scholarship by UF

students, faculty and staff.
The first honors convocation was In 1954,and has become an honored

S kW tL U tradition Five freshmen on campus.and five sopho-

mores are to be recipients of theJ.

lllllls Miller Memorial
Vietnamese
iiiI Scholarships. The objective of the I,
scholarships i Li "to stimulate
learning by rewarding students of AccuseLBJ
outstanding personal qualities who

have demonstrated superior TOKYO (UPI) Com-
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;cgTwi.i. w Nz r a scholarship." munist North Viet Nam
;.. Ten upper division college charged Sunday that Presi-
",,, i. students will be honored for their dent Johnson staged the

?- scholastic achievement, and latest Gulf of Tonkin
,. ti 1E1 I' awards will be presented for "provocation" to enhancehis

" t, f highest scholastic averages in chances of reelection.The .
... ,
Greek organizations. Phi Beta accusation was

LL a .. .... ; 1at Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma XI, accompanied by a flurry
Phi Eta Sigma and Alpha Lambda of official protests from
Delta honorary societies also are both North Viet Nam and

Own presenting awards. Communist China and ft
'Sweep Doorstep'SayS Speaking on "The Quality of Peking warning to the
American Life" will be Dr.August United States to "rein in
Hecksher, director of the on the brink of the
Twentieth Century Fund and for- precipice."
consultant the arts to the
mer on
Council Leader late President Kennedy. *


RON. SPENCER "The Gator Party Administration on Ihe Legislative Council, and GoldwaterGoes LBJ Pushes

Is an obvious failure," replaced Buddy Blain, 4LW, as
Executive Editor
Thompson said. "They have V.0.T.E. majority leader last

Voice of the Electorate neither presented any sort of March. WestWASHINGTONUPIen. Poverty Plan
(V.O.T.E.) party Majority Leader- program to the Legislative There is still an apparent con-
elect Richard (Dick) Thompson Council, nor are they working on troversy regarding whether
urged the Ken Kennedy Gator Party much of anything. They are much Thompson or Blain, who was Barry MORGANTOWN W. Va.UPI) -
M. Goldwater this week will President Johnson insisted
carry Sunday
Administration to "sweep up more Interested In their favorite majority leader during the summer
his Republican presidential campaign that his. and human
around their own doorsteps before sport of criticizing the Legislative term, will be majority leader. anti-poverty
The into the heart of Lyndon welfare program "strengthenedthe
charging the Legislative Council Council. V.O.T.E. Party leader in
Johnson country-the Southwest. initiative of the individual the
,
with Inefficiency." Thompson has spent two terms Legislative Council called chargesby
Gator Party members that V.O.- Ills running mate, Rep. William freedom of the nation,and the pros-
T.E. party majority on the council E. Miller, will concentrate on perity of all."
had blocked Kennedy administration the West Coast. Johnson's speech at an airport
Richman Praises programs as Doth GOP candidates remainedin dedication ceremony attended by
"ridiculous." Washington Sunday for a brief an estimated crowd of 12,000-

"I have only this to say," rest before starting out on the contrasted sharply with views expressed -
Thompson continued," if and when trail again. In the same state two days'
New Amendment the Gator Party decided to get to Goldwater who campaigned Intensively ago by his Republican campaign opponent "

work on the Jobs they were electedto in the South list week, Sen. Barry M. Goldwater. '

Requiring experience Is "at the least a minimal step In insuringthat do, they will find V.O.T.E. will fly to Charlotte, N. C., Mon- The President said:
the student body have a. .qualified Chancellor' said Gerry Party Council members eager to day evening for a speech before "Giving a man a chance to work,
Richman, present Chancellor of the Honor Court. work with them. The truth is," heading towards the Southwest and feed his family, and provide 1
Richman said a proposed amendment to the UP Constitution Is he added, "that most of their burg. for his children dots not destroy I
Intended to Insure that any person nominated for the office of Chancellorhave platform planks would not require initiative :
at !east acquired some knowledge and experience of Honor Court Legislative Council approval any- film with former President Dwight "Hunger destroys initiative.
D. Eisenhower at Elsenhower's Hopelessness destroys initiative.
and way.
procedures, practices purposes.
The amendment, which requires that the nominees have served at Thompson pointed to a Gator home. The film will be shown later Ignorance destroys: initiative.A .

least one trimester as a Justice,Clerk,Assistant Counsel Counselof Party campaign platform, signedby in the campaign. cold and indifferent government
the Honor Court, was defeated by the Legislature last week. A Kennedy, and read the words, On Tuesday the Arizona senator destroys initiative.
will vUlt Tulsa, Okla.; Amarlllo, "We are going to strike away
movement Is now underway to obtain the required two-thirds majorityof "These are things which can be
Tex.; Albequerque, N. M., and the conditions which damage a
student signatures on a petition to put the amendment on the balloton done, and will bedolle.'TbomplOn
Oct. 1 this cautioned though that "we are Midland and Odessa, Tu. Wednesday man's dignity and self respect,
year. he will spend the day in and capacity for fulfillment.,W*
Formerly, the Chancellor was an undergraduate with no knowledge faced with the cold fact that the
President Johnson's home state, are going to give every man the
of the law. This lack of nomination requirements was amended to half-way point in their term of
appearing in Ft. Worth and Dallas. chance to build hU own place la
specify that the candidate be a law student who has completed twenty office has long since passed, and
Wichita Kan. will be Gold- this abundant land of And
ours.
hours In the College of Law, and has maintained at least a 2JO they haven't even begun to get
their programs launched." water's first stop on Thursday. by doing! this we art going to
average. He then will hop to Iowa, and strengthen the initiative of the \*
"This alone however Is by no means sufficient requirementto
,
Insure a proper, administration of the Honor Court," said Richman."A (Continued On Page 2)) Madison, Wis.,. before flying to Individual, the freedom of the 1
Boston for a campaign swing nation and the prosperity of all."
such requirements generally will have
law student only meeting
little or no experience In trial experience or procedure. "Thusit Gainesville: A through New England.
II e will appear I n Portland,
Is proposed that one more minimum requirement be added to
objectively insure that the nominees for the office of Chancellor, Swingin' Town? Maine; Burlington,Vt.;and Albany, la Charleston, W. Va., on Friday
K. Y. on Friday, then go to Louisville Goldwater denounced
Irrespective of party affUlartoa. have some Honor Court experience.
See Page 3 Ky. He will end the! weekin Johnson's oovtrty programas
(Continued On Page 2)) Detroit on Saturday phony..". ,.,



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Gainesville and UF supporters of Lyndon Baines Johnsonwill
launch their campaign Tuesday night.A .
rally at Johnson's Gainesville headquarters that night
will be the first major Johnson thrust into this area. The
Gainesville headquarters for Johnson are located at 120S.
E. 1st Ave.
UF supporters of Lyndon Baines Johnson organized last
Thursday night, under the banner, "Students for Johnson."
Paul Hendrick, past president of the student body, said in
his introductory speech to over 100 students, "We are all
: going to be together for Lyndon Johnson In this important
: election."
This theme of university unity In backing Johnson pervadedthe
1 i evening's speeches. The group appealed to all studentsto
t. unite behind and work for Johnson through the organiza
;. ; r

I J r ''14 f fr frH tion.Dick Jones, state chairman of "Young Citizens for Johnson,"
; spoke briefly of coordinating the UF group with other youth
; : organizations for Johnson and outlined a few initial plans
for the UF group. "Students for Johnson" will work to get
Gainesville residents affiliated with the UF registered to

k vote.Jones recommended that emphasis should given to absentee
voting, and that the group should help to man the local

headquarters.Bill McCormick, 4JM, was elected UF campaign chairmanby
e ?4 d :; acclamation. He said the group will campaign extensivelyin
K the precincts surrounding the UF.
ro -="' LaFace, president of Florida Blue Key.
HOMECOMING Mrs. Pat Farris, vice-chairman of the Alachua county
low, Diane Curry, Kathy Egan, t executive Committee, welcomed the student's group to the
campaign. Mrs. Farris explained that the delay in the openingof
second row: Lynn Mauldin, the local headquarters was the time element In receiving
Wendt, Janice Jackson, Harriet campaign material.; Tuesday night, at the opening rally,
Kay Berger. (Photo by Nick ) campaign materials will be available.
The organization also will push for on-campus distribution
of the Sept. 29th Congressional Quarterly. This issue
I I includes a survey of Sen. Barry Goldwater's legislative
record and various statements and speeches he has madeIn

I I'L the past decade.


I I
Honor CourtContinued

(Continued From Page I 1))
Thompson urged students to read of ( From Page 1))

he Gator Party platform. "You added, however, that the proposal's greatest defect is
Lan find very little there which of It anything, it still doesn't require enough experience."
has been accomplished in the past opponent for the office of Chancellor, Paul Huck,
seven months," he claimed."They do r the amendment. Huck, presently an Honor Court Counsel,
have either forgotten or failed to the proposed amendment as "not only desirable, but
live up to their pledges to the to continued improvement in our Honor System."
student body." any said the proposal has also received the support of othe
The Court Counseland student leaders from both parties. He
UF StudentHit asked for student support In signing the, necessary petitions
that the amendment be placed on the October 1, 1964

By AutoDavid are

Lapham, 225 Fletcher PUZZLED
"P", underwent surgery on his ,
knee last evening at the Univer- "in
sity Teaching Hospital following exam
an kutoraoblle accident on West
University Ave. about 2 a. m.
Sunday morning. r
Lapham, a sophomore from
North Miami Beach, was crossing
the street when he was struck
by a car driven by Robert E.Hoff
man, UF basketball player.
Lapham had been standing on the
centerline of the street. BY "BARGAIN" DIAMONDS ?

lie stepped back to avoid being hit
by direction.a car coming from the other

Hoffman and his passenger
George Mlms were not injured.
City police investigating the
accident state no charges have yet
been flfod.
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Students ForGoldwater



Students for Goldwater will If you are, then just remember: Any diamond worth
hold an organizational meeting buying is worth buying right. That's why you won't find"discount"
tonight at 7 in the Florida
Union Auditorium. diamonds or "Darga ingems in our outstanding
collection. We are members of the American Gem Society

Dance LessonsDance ...an excellent reason why you can

Lessons for be sure of true gem quality and value

beginning and advanced stu- when you purchase your diamond
dents begin tonight In the MEMBER AMERICAN
GEM
social room of the Florida SOCICTT
Union. Beginners classes ROBERTSON
start at 7 and advanced classesat
8:30. Cost of the ten lessonsIs
$10 per person or $18.50 Jewelersrage
per couple.



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IN BOLIVIA



Poucher Review Proposes SessionsTerry Guerrillas Begin- RevoltsLA 'I



PAZ, POLMAUPI-The Sties Suezo. His wife told UPI the situation and the ruling party,
Rogers gress test, his plan is to have government announced Sunday that he offered no resistance.A the Nationalist Revolutionary
Staff WriterA lecturers speak throughout the leftist guerrillas have begun military government decree said there Movement also called an emergency -
term. "Our goal is to take as operations aimed at over- had been a number of other political session.
program of lectures by pro- much of the mechanics out of throwing the government. arrests,but it gave no names
fessors and speakers at dormsto education as possible," he said, President Victor Paz Estens- and no details. An earlier govern- The political turmoil followed
offer instruction parallel to "and to further the idea of self- soro declared a nationwide stateof ment statement said there had been months of economic unrest. Its
the u n 1 v e r sit y's comprehensivecourses education." seige and began arresting lea- some disturbance of public order symptoms included al"-cSay strikeof
has been proposed by Don ders of the plot, including a for- but again there were no details. government teachersand
Poucher, secretary of academic He said that no action could be mer president. The cabinet met In emergency demands by Bolivian tin miners
affairs. taken until the dorm councils are A government statement said session at 6 a. m. to consider for higher pay.
organized. His office will then guerrillas of the socialist Bolivian -
The lectures would be held at coordinate the program with them. Falange were operating In
dormitory meetings and would aid If e said that organizing these the Santa Cruz department In eas-
Suspect Caught
the student who is seriously Inter- forums and lectures would be no tern Bolivia near the Brazilian Rape
ested In learning, but would not short range project. "We don't border.
be mere "cram sessions," want to hop into this with a full The statement said troops under
according to Poucher. head of steam and our eyes Gens. Luis Rodriguez Bldegaln, 15 Hours After EscapeSKIP
closed." minister of national defense had
"The general policy of Univer-
given assurances they would end
sity College according to ByronS. and City Detective Bill Walker.He .
A complete check of the course the guerrilla uprising before Sept. HAVISER
Holllngshead dean of Univer- was captured in Orlando ate
content and the testing proceduresof 28-the date of a state visit by City Editor
sity College "Is that all a. m. Saturday after Orlando
we are the various University College President Charles de Gaulle of
for reviews if they are not Just departments is also planned, France.A Within 15 hours from the time authorities stopped his stolen car
coaching for tests." according to John Hancock, chair- Randolph Pitts, Jr., 23-year-old with gunshots.
Poucher agrees that the lec- man of the council for higher government decree said the Negro accused of rape, walked His actual walk to freedom failed
tures should not be just cram ses- education. The check's purpose "procession of subversion" had unnoticed from the Alachua County to create as much comment as
sions for exams. He said that would be to compare the effective been growing for several months. Jail Friday, he was back behind did the reasons making such a
although dorm councils have triedto ness of the University College with The climax came at 5 a. m. those same bars. situation possible.
get professors to lecture about similar colleges In other univer when special political police arrested Pitts was returned from Orlandoby Sheriff Joe Crevasse refused to
course material the week of a pro- sities. former President H-rnan Sheriffs Deputy W. G. Phlllos place blame for the Friday escape
on) "human fault!" The Sheriff explained -
that the county jail Is not
built for maximum security. The
facilities have been cramped for
years and then put in a plug fora
proposed plan for constructionof
new administrative offices. The
construction Is being consideredfor
the next fiscal years
Prior to the escape the doorof
the booking room was somehowleft
unlocked. While both jailers
were occupied i elsewhere,PUts,
who was In the room, walked away
unobserved.
First rumdrs of the escape Implied -
that UF law students on a
tour of the jail unintentionally
the door unlocked. They were stu-
dents taking a regularly scheduledtour
of the jail as part of a law
school course. One of the students,
Norman Coll 4LW, said s friend
of his saw Puts walking around
and' commented on It at the time.
Some negro trustees at the jail
-: have jobs that require that they
be free to use the halls and at
times go outside the building.

Pitts Is charged with the Sept.
a rape of an IB-year-old Gainesville -

tf.JS. girl jn$ downtown Gainesville.
He was picked up on the UF cam-
pus. He pleaded Innocent to the
charge at his arraignment Wed-


: 'Gator nesday. Sales



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; Woo StudentsThe


first 'Gator Sales Days,
planned through cooperation of the
Gainesville Chamber of Commerceand
Student Government(SG), are
scheduled for Thursday, Friday,
and Saturday this week.
Althougn tne sales are open to
all, items on sale will be those
specifically of Interest students,
Lane said. A good majority of the
merchants will be participating.
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formally, the Chamber has had
a get acquainted sale during orientation -
I ON-CAMPUS II week.

SG and the Chamber want
I INTERVIEWS hI students to get Into the Gainesville -
shopping area and to take

I, ENGINEERS & SCIENTISTS I .wrff .f advantage of better buys Lane
I added.
.
I See your Placement Director I :xa ; :- According to Lane, if this sale
t works out others will be planned
I for date and time, and for r1 SG .Is still working on transportation. -
minimum educational requirements. It is hoped that free transportation -
I will be provided to the

L.--______ ......---- downtown area for 'oator Sales,"
Lane .
Each student in UF residenceareas
will receive a free copy
GENERAL DYNAMICS I I FORT WORTH of tl* GakwsTllto Daily Son with
.advtrtlln for the sales t&is week.



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EDITORIALS:



:, Short-cut To Maturity? aJk.L



We are sick of seeing too many students who think that a bottle

of alcohol is the short-cut to maturity. The problem really became \
evident at the football game. "College Men" who go to the game
with a girl on one arm and a bottle on the other are only tryingto
prolong the Image of the college man as a "Hell Raiser" rather
than what he really Is.
The Alligator has no sympathy for the student who attends collegeon

his parents' money, drinks and raises hell to prove his maturityto
himself and his fellows, then can't understand why his academic
average Is so low. The youth of today who realizes his responsi-
bilities cares more about academics than keeping up the traditionof
the drunken brawl at football games.
We believe that the few students who Insist upon demonstrating

t their Immaturity before everyone at games should be Informed that
they are not Impressing anyone, and that their obnoxious behavior
I Is certainly not becoming either to them or to the university.
I The Alligator likes to believe that this is one of the outstanding "I'll show them who's BMOC'

educational institutions in the South.However,when we see some sup-
posedly mature, Intelligent individuals waste their time, their
parents' money, and their efforts as they attempt to prove their
maturity through a bottle, we are sorely disappointed.We JAZZ CORNER
see nothing wrong with drinking for individuals who are

mentally and physically of age; and who know when to stop.Although,
Town ?
It Is against the law to possess alcohol on university property, Gainesville: A Swinging

which Includes Florida Field and fraternity houses on Fraternity
Row, the administration has In the past made little effort to enforce
that rule.
CHARLIE BUSHColumnist
Therefore in that area the students must govern themselves. North and Central Florida's number one D'J,,

There Is no way under the present system to stop minors from Bill Swisher, will present a taped interview
drinking. However, we think that the time has come to Inform that Gainesville swing? Naw. Never. with the owners of "Preservation Hall" in New
Immature group which does not live up to Its responsibilities as That's what I said last year, but I can't Orleans this Saturday night on WRUF at 10:30:
college students of 1964 that drinking In excess at football gamesor say it this year--not with two swinging night or at the conclusion of the evening football

at parties only shows Immaturity. A bottle cannot provide the spots around. game.
feeling of maturity which the drinker seeks. The University Inn is featuring the Bobby The Art Pepper Quartet will be featured on

The Alligator believes, therefore, that the senseless, useless, Griffin Combo (organ, sax, trumpet, drums) WUFT-TV's "Jazz Casual" this week. Peppercan
obnoxious and Immature demonstrations put on by college drunks nightly from eight 'til 1:30. Bobby gets an early be seen Wednesday 7:30 p.m. and Friday

trying to prove that they are men only demonstrates that they not start every night. He plays solo piano (this 8:30 p.m. on channel 5.
only are still boys, but that they do not fully understand or realizethe you MUST hear) and sings from six 'til eightin On Wednesday night at 9 on channel 2

pose which the college student of these times Is forced to the lounge.In you can see the movie "Pete Kelly's Blues"
assume. short, these guys are terrific. In the near starring the "First Lady of Song," Ella Fitz-
future Jazz Corner will feature interviews with gerald.

i 1 i1ij iji1i1iji1!i! ijijni ij i !i1i1ii1ii1ijimi1i1ij! 1ij!j j!!j!jjj1! !1j1!!!jjjjj1j!!!! !1 i 1 i j j 1 1 j j j l j 1mj1!1t the"Playhouse Bobby Griffin 90"Combo.is the new name for the old
EDITOR'S DESKInnovated
"Checkerboard Club," now under new manage-
TODAY'S QUOTE ment. \Get on 441 and head out toward Rubv's.
Sun Hats
It's on the right side of ., I
"Do not do what Is done; let well enough alone." the road,and looks like a i
big checkerboard. You WALKER LUNDY

Terrence can't miss It.) Editor

"Playhouse 90" Is The Alligator published its first "Football
"IN" this year. UF stu- Special" Saturday and distributed 20,000 copiesIn

The FloridaALLIGATOR dents can be seen Florida Field before gametlme. We hope
"crawling out of the our efforts were not In vain and that the paper
woodwork" on Friday was enjoyed.
and Saturday nights.The I A "Football Special" will be published the

i Bobby McKnight Trio day of every home footttdl game except the
(organ, sax,drums)lays BUSH Miami game, which Is on Thanksgiving weekend.
Served by United Press International
down
the
sounds for
Although we didn't plan it that way, the issues
modern and "funky" tastes. Anyone can sit In also make excellent hats to wear while the
Editor . . . . . . . Walker Lundy with the band so take your Instrument with sun
you. Is
Managing Editor . . . . .'. Joel Caston The trio also plays good frat house style game going on. when
Executive: : Editor . '. . . . . .Ron Spencer dance music and there's room for dancing.I'd Anyway, watch ror our next grid special
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Benny Cuon better mention that If you're not 21 you'll the Gators tackle Mississippi Oct. 10.

Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Dave Berkowitz never make it through the door.

Editorial Page Editor. . . . . .JIm Hammock They play Tuesday through Thursday nights MIDNIGHT MUSINGS __ Florida State
Sports Editor. . . . . . .Glenn Laney from nine 'til one and on Friday and Saturday University (it's a four-year state school In
City Editor. . . . . . . Skip Haviser nights from 10 'til two. West Florida) will Install parking meters on
Campus Living Editor. . . . . Jackie CorneUus Next week Jazz Corner will feature Inter- campus next year and use the mone/front that

views with the Bobby McKnight Trio. to decrease the registration fee, according to a

LETTER story In the Flambeau, the school's "newS-
Editorial Assistants -- Bruce Dudley, Tova Levine, Jim : paper". .
Castello, Ann Carter, Don Federman, Nancy Brachey,Sam Ullman,
Ernie Lltz (Circulation Manager), Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). Let's Stop Speeding Everybody took his cue from the NBC-
Television people during the football game
EDITOR
: kick-on
Reporters -- Ed Barber (Tigert Hall Beat Chief), Patti Pltz Saturday, Including the referee. One
(Student Government Beat Chief, Jim Claxton, Hall Cain, Joe The Alligator devotes was held up by the ref until he got the signal that
a great deal of attention
Kollln, Dan Mowbray, Bob Golub, Donal Decker, Joe Waldorf, to such worthwhile topics from the TV people the commercial
as, cheating
John McDonough, Sharon Kelley, Yvett Cardozo, Greg Seltz, politics and St. Augustine. One subject, national had been running was over. .

Jo McNitt, Cynthia TunstaU, Ami Saperstein, William Boe, I feel ranks high on the Importance totem which Definite word on a Humphrey visit to
Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard, Edwin Brownrlgg, Harold Aldrich, and pole we""**"
yet rarely appears In The Alligator is Gainesville should come by Thursday,
Lee Alexander Fowles Gerald Jones Fran Snider Thelma bUt
Agnes the of nice people
subject speeding on campus. One stand. The campus police are
Mossman, Bill Sadowski, Marjorie Green, Evan Langbeln, David can flagging
get of them
a very good idea of the nature of this somehow every time we see one
Kennedy, Marilyn Brlcklln, Liz Brewer, Prls McCollester, It makesus
problem by chugging around the down each car as It enters campus,
Gretchen VanderBerg, Susan M. Smith, David Ropes, Terry campus on a again. .
bicycle or motor scooter. wonder If we'll ever be free
Rogers Susie Halback Karen Hack Sheldon Clment JoanUaston
Without
going into they're
Pam Brown. Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber I would a harangue about safety, Wonder what somebody means when do
suggest that the
Dick Schneider. In the enforcement same efficiency attained introduced to somebody and say,. "How
of
campus parking regulations you do?". .
be a goal in the enforcement of the 20
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaperof m.pJu speed limit. Certainly glad Student Government is feuding

the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly I enjoy reading The Alligator and I would internally. It gives those people something to.
except during May, June and July when It is published semi- like to continue to do so, but not from a hospital do and keeps them off the streets at night. .
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The do in the
& 1cator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. bed.Can help? "Mr. Goldwater, what would you circle
you I'd
"Well first
event
of atomic attack? ,
The Alligator is entered as second class matter at the United
**
States Post Office at Gainesville. the wagcu- .
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News Briefs.... Gladys Poses New

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Is the last day to
"< will hold its annual reception screening tests for students request an absentee ballot for (UPI) Hurricane Gladys the Carolinas and Increases the
", fo r international students expecting to enter programs the Legislative Council swung northward yesterday in the threat to Bermuda," the advisory
;' tomorrow in the Bryan Loungeof leading to teacher elections October 1. Any Atlantic, kicking up 90 mlle-per said. Weather Bureau officials said
the Florida Union at 7:30 certification may be made In student who will be unable to -hour winds and posing a new threatto winds at Bermuda should hive
:; p.m. Room 100 Norman Hall. vote on that day must file his Bermuda. increased to gale forces last night
Students who have not satisfied request for an absentee ballot Winds from the massive storm, and today, and small craft were
!3. Scholorship Exam this requirement or with Marty Schwartz, Sec. of several hundred miles off the ordered to remain In port.

j previously taken the test Interior, in Room 311, Florida Eastern Seaboard, churned heavy Early yesterday weather forecasters -
f, The 1964 State Teaching should make an appointmentfor Union by 5:00 p.m. today. seas in the Atlantic 300 miles to reported the hurricanewas
Scholarship Exam will be screening immediately. the north and 200 miles to the south.A less concentrated and that
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; : 1 given Oct. 20, 1964 from 911 Election Official late weather advisory from severe winds were occurring: at
: a.m. For further information, Psychology Tea the Miami Weather Bureau placed great distances from the storm's

r contact Dr. Bert L. Sharp, Applications for election Gladys about 350 miles southwestof center.

!I Room 100 Norman Hall. Wives of Psychology officials for Fall elections, Bermuda and 500 miles south- Tides from the Virginia Capes
\ J east of Hatteras southward along the Carolina coast
N. C.
students are Invited to a tea Oct. 1, are now being taken In Cape ,
i,,:':', Block And Bridle at 8 p.m. Tuesday Sept. 22 room 311, Fla. Union, from 3 "The turn of Hurricane Gladysto were expected to range from one
the north lessens the threat to to two feet above normal.
-5 Each election official
r' 1 at the home of Dr. and Mrs.M. p.m.
1 There will be a get-
will be 75? hour and
paid
E. Shaw, 3809 S. W. 3rd per
;i acquainted meeting of Block Avenue. will work a minimum of five 1
!. : : and Bridle Club in Room 215 hours. Officials will be Dora Hurt Book Exchange .

t '/1 1 of the Florida Union tonight Engineering Test selected on a first-come,
i P at 7 p.m. first-served basis. UZ BREWER To sell a book,the student brings
f; 1 Anyone Interested In animal Junior and senior engineerIng Staff WriterIn it to the Florida Union and receivesa
t science is invited to attend. students who have not Delta Sigma Pi receipt for It. The book Is then
/J Whit shirt and tie are taken the English screening addition to blowing down trees marked with the price asked by
1 requested for men. examination are required to Delta Sigma Pi will begin and power lines, Hurricane Dora the student. U the book is sold

< ,s take the test tomorrow, 7 p.m. Its fall activities with a struck the Student Book Exchange. the student brings his receipt to
a Young Mothers at Walker Auditorium. smoker tomorrow night at 7 According to Drew Haslett the Treasurer's office and
in the Johnson Lounge of the Secretary of Student Affairs and receives his money. Unsold books
iA; : Young mothers, 18 to 30, Florida Union. All male director of the sale, a lot of are stored for future sales.
:. are invited to a coffee given Hostess Committee students majoring in businessor people didn't get to the exchange "The book exchange is not
f by the Young Mothers League, planning to do so In the on the right day. Intended to hurt the bookstores,
Thursday night at 8, at 703 Applications for member- near future are invitedto Because of the expected hit it but to compliment them. For
N. W. 114th Ave. ship In the Florida Union attend. was decided to close the exchange Instance, this week we were able
1 The League was formed for Hostess Committee may be on Wednesday and open It on Thurs to supply C-2 books to the students
I:. the purposes: to provide an acquired in Room 315 of the Health DamesHealth day. However, on Wednesday Dora when the bookstores were out,"
J outlet outside for mothers to Florida Union. Members of failed to appear, and having already Haslett said.
f exchange such ideas as childcare the committee function as Related Services announced their closing, official "Right now we have over $1,000
I and homemaking,.and to official hostesses for a Dames will meet tomorrow decided to remain closed. When in unclaimed book money All
aid families and children in Christmas Party annually held night at 8 at the home of Mrs. they opened on Thursday, weatherwas students who have money outstanding -
distress. for Flavet children and at the Darrel J. Mase, 1089 S.W. too bad for many students to should claim it between
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Meetings are held monthlyin Spring Fashion Show, in nth Terr. Wives of studentsin appear. 3 and 6 at the Treasurer's off ice."

a member's home. Only addition to book reviews, lec- Health Related Servicesand I Ir
unemployed mothers are tures and other such other colleges are cor-
eligible to become a member. gatherings. dially Invited to attend.

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the Feast of Tabernacles begins booths for seven-days according to stand for the vital organs of the Vtenna'i Famous Corned t*.f
today with services at 9:30 a.m. the Biblical commandment "that body: the spine, the eyes, the lips Ev &
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lasting for nine days and com- "Season of our Rejoicing." All the Sabbath morning services beginat
memorating the completion of the special prayers for the holiday 10 on Saturday, followed by a Thvn" but Leg of Lamb with
harvest and the ancient Israelites deal with thanksgiving, praise, and Klddush luncheon and discussion Niti Y Dreitlng, Mint J.IIy.$9c
dwelling In booths ("sukkot") In rejoicing.The group. bit Young Turkey with
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simple wooden hut with a roof celebration of Sukkot are the Inlay be held Saturday Sept. 20 at 8
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"We'll start construction as Ave. 372-3555 Chicken with Yellow Hce..S<
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Victory'

From The Pressboxwith



Graves Claims GLENN LANEY

Sports EditorA

JEFFREY DENKEWALTER part In the game. A pass inter- -L.
Sports Writer"A ference call against Florida early g
treat victory" and "pleasedwith in the' game set up SMU's only whole host of bright stars shined brightly over the Gator football
both offense and defense"were score.. Graves termed It a decision horizon Saturday.
a few of the ways head call by the referee and statedhe Sitting In the press box you are part of the non-committal press.
coach Ray Graves described the would wait to see the films' ... Yet every time Syd MacLean on defense or Jack Harper on offense
Gators' 24 to 8 win over SMU. of the game before making would come up with the big play you felt like jumping up and shouting
Despite the wide margin of vic- comment for joy.It .
tory, Graves still called It a tough When asked about the delay-of- Y was really the whole team which was the star of Saturday's
game. "We came up with the big game penalties Florida took spectacular. In any game you expect a few mistakes, such as tumbles
plays you have to have to win." Graves answered, "We expectedthis. or clipping penalties. The odds of this happening on opening day are
He cited Jerry Newcomer's and By taking the penalty,we could even greater.
Bruce Bennett's Interceptions and alternate our offensive and defensive the i Gators didn't lose one fumble! This game it was Florida taking
Jack Harper's punt return for a platoons." very advantage of the other team's miscues, instead of the other
touchdown as the key plays. Graves agreed with reportersthe way around. They just didn't make any big mistakes. It topped any
Graves continued,Although our Injury to Mustang quarterback performance given by the team in last year's home game schedule. ...
passing offense was ragged, both Danny Thomas hurt them. It's true they didn't make any sustained drives, but when you play
Shannon and Spurrier looked good After the game Thomas com- almost letter perfect football as those CUTS did. it can make uo for

running the club. They will con- mented on his injury. "I hurt
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tinue to rotate at quarterback.Theyare my left knee on a running play
a good one-two punch." early in the second quarter. I LARRY DUPREE stopsto
When questioned about Larrj didn't know how serious It is
sign autographs for admirers -
Dupree's limited action Graves re yet though it does give me trouble.
plied, "This was dictated to us When asked if he could have played, after the game.

by the SMU defense. They were Thomas replied, "I think I could (Photo by Nick Arroyo) 1w w
have but the 4
using a six and sometimes an coach didn't want
eight man line. This didn't leave me to aggravate the Injury. We'll '
Dupree much running room." have to wait till next week against t 9 q,

Penalties _played an _important Ohio State to see how the kneeis.
." Game ProvidesFry
10 PER CENT DISCOUNT The Gators suffered two
To All Students injuries. End Lynn Mathews hada
ID'sStarting badly bruised left hand and _
Showing With Diet"How
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Sept. 21 at 1 p.m a possible fracture.LinebackerJack _
Card Injured his elbow, but
AUNT JEMIMA'S it was not regarded as serious. To Lose Ten Pounds And
KITCHEN Graves concluded, "I'm proud Gain A Few Gray Hairs On A
of the job the staff did in gettingthe Quiet Saturday Afternoon" is the
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This is the best prepared teamto Coach Hayden Fry to write.

play an opener I've had. We THE KING IS CROWNED.
For fans who are under the
AUTO have a rugged schedule ahead of
us, but barring injuries, we shouldbe impression that the real action last
CLINICSPECIAL, a good, strong underdog." Saturday took place on the field, one shortcoming. It Ray Graves and Pepper Rodgers haven't changed
let's straighten things out. too much from last year, mistakes will be found In the game picturesand
Florida's offense will to even more fluid in next week's game
TV Fry was the centerof attraction. against Mississippi State.
For example, the first The most important thing about Saturday's 18 point victory is it ..
ATTENTIONto HIFIRADIOS scrimmage play of the Florida- was against a real good team. Florida didn't go out against a bunch of
SMU contest; during the time It patsies like Memphis State and run up a big score. They played an
students and all took to complete one play and start exceptionally fast, well coached team which had a real good chance of
the next, Coach Fry crossed and winning.The .
University personnel.We uncrossed his arms, jumped when sophomores tor Florida came through nicely. Sports columnist
employ two full HOME & AUTOPHONOGRAPHS Florida went offside, clapped his Marquis Daeszler scored the first touchdown of the year for the Orangeand
time experienced hands in approval when the referee Blue. Steve Spurrier looked exceptionally well backing up Tommy
called It, ran on the field to attendto Shannon. Ha moved the team inside the opposition's 20 as if he had been
mechanics. If you an Injured Mustang, centered doing it in college ball all his life. And John Felber spelled Larry
are having car with his coaches on the sidelines, Dupree at fullback in more than adequate fashion.
troubles and turned to his bench to shout To top this off the seasoned veterans came through as they were
of any kind, COLLEGE RADIO SHOP a few words of encouragement. expected too. Jerry Newcomer Intercepted two passes that counted.
JUST CALL US. The one he was called for pass Interference on was ss closely timed
FR 6-8223 817 W UNIVERSITY AVE. Even in the fourth quarter, with as possible. Another referee on another. day might have called it
1311 NW 5th AvenueGAINESVILLE his once blue shirt completely the other way.
soaked with perspiration and his Sydney MacLean logged more time in the SMU backfield than some
FLORIDA handkerchief wringing with sweat, of the Ponies halfbacks did. Ills partner in crime, big Dennis Murphy,
KLEAN-A-MATIC Coach Fry still hung on to his roleas also helped make life miserable for would be SMU runners.
number one cheerleader. Next on the agenda is Mississippi State. The boys from the Dayou
KISER'S LAUNDRY AND country are supposed to be real tough off of last years showing.
However they may have been caught looking ahead to next week's
OFFICE EQUIPMENTWe DRY CLEANING rematch with Florida as they were upset by Texas Tech, a team they
GOLF were supposed to handle fairly easy.
have 78 Listening to head Mississippi State scout Jim Slyer talk, his team
QUALITY IS Driving Range is loaded with a bunch of walking wounded. They are particularlyaware
USED TYPEWRITERS U.S. 441 North of Florida's bigness and depth.
OUR SPECIALTY The only reason for State's loss to Texas Tech's had to be that
EXCLUSIVE OPENSaturday State made some errors. A fumble here, a fumble. there probably
OLYMPIA DEALER made the difference In the score.
EXCLUSIVE SANITONE all day Let them be warned they best not do it with our boys or they will
handle them the same way they did SMU. After all, we aren't too
RENTALS PROCESS b a.m. 8 p.in particular about who we beat this year; all our opponents are about ,.
Expert Repairs Monday Thru Friday AND the same caliber.
1 8 The early prediction for this game was a Florida win if they held
Sunday p.m.
p.m.
604 N. Main St. Danny Thomas. Thomas was put out of action early in the game. That
W. Univ. Ave. 372-7066
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TO ALL ITS MEMBERS I Meets Today

WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR I i..___.
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TOOLS EQUIPMENT at Droward IlalU
Morning Services Sunday Brunches CEMENT TOOLSMECHANICS PARTY AND BANQUET NEEDS Jane Millar, an Associate Professor
Saturday Kiddush Luncheon Study Rooms & Library LOADING TOOLS TOOLS INVALID IAIY EQUIPMENT NEEDS AND BEDS of Physical Education Is
Counseling FAINTER EQUIPMENT GARDEN AND YARD TOOLS sponsoring the club and invites
Institute of Judaic Studies all interested students, male or
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for Gator's second touchdown in 24-8 victory over Southern Methoskipping over goal line leaving Mustang Jerry Griffin in his tracks.
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T he Florida University of Fl TEDEEP SOUTHS5 oridoGasnesville FiNEST COLLEGE DAILY' Ntndoy, 'What?~ Me C arry The Ball Again bor SMU's Jerry Phll4p as the Mostongs pr game against UF. of the qome. sq s seems to be soymq opore to huddle in Saturday's football Sec poqes 7-8 for stories and pictures (Photo by Don Decker) UF Convocation Honors thu thu em Scholars tuio.sity's ( OTIItt' tublit I oul Kre 1w! ricgnite the a heeet jwrloois ihi. mhorning c ltaions .irn t ertui a of higjh schola rihip Iy PSwe fep Ow nW Dortep Says C RON SPENCER Executive Editor Voice of the Electorate (V.O.T.E.) party Majority Leaderelect Richard (Dick) Thompson urged the Ken Kennedy Gator Party Administration to "s we ep up around their own doorstep before charging the Legislative Council with IneffIcIency." RichmanC i NeOw ,uncil "The Gator Party Admll tion is a, obvious fa Thompson said. "The neither presented any program to the L egisI Council, nor are they wor much Of anything. They at more interested in their sport of criticizing the Legi Council.'' Thompson has spenl twe PraiseS! Amedmilern Requiring experience is -at the least a minimal step In Ins that the student body have a. .qualifiedd Chancellor," said Rlchman, present Chancellor of the Hocor Court. Richman said a proposed amendment to the IrE Constitut intended toinsurethat anyperolomfltdfOrthC office of Chana have a .ast acqtgred some knowledge and experience of Honor procedures, practices and porposes. The amendment, which requires that the nominnes have ser least one trimester is .i Justice, Clerk. Assistant Counsel or Cc of the Honor Court, was defeated by the Legislature last we, movement Is row underway to obtain the required two-thirds ma of student signatures on A petItion to put th. amendment on the on Oct. 2, thIs year. Formerly, the Chancellor was in undergraduate with no kno' of th. law. Tis lack of norninatioc requirementS wa, amend Leader nistra-. on the Legislative Council, mnd Ilure*," replaced Buddy Blain, 41W, as y have V.C.T.E. majority leader last sort of March. a live There Is still in appa rent con-. iking on troversy regarding whether e much Thompson or Bmain, who was avorite majority leader during the summer native term, will be malority leader. The V.O.T.E. Party leader in terms legislatIve Council called charges -~ by G ator Party meri ber', that V.0.T.E. party majority on the council had blocked I enunedy adm in isti r a t ion p ro gr a 1m $ as "rdiculous." "'1 have only this to %ty Thompsoo continued" If anid when it the Gator Party decided to get to work on the job, they wereelecterl tiring to do they will find V.0.T.k. Gerry Party Council mernbters eager to work with them. fle truth is," ion I, hr added, "that rnost of their zellor platform pLmnks would not rprquarr Court LegislatIve Council approval ,any way."' ted at lThompson pointed to ( Gitor uinsel Party campaign pLatform, sigrwd kI. A by Kenntdy, and reid trim ajrIs, jority '"Te,, are things which can be ballot done, and wIll be *oiA."' hnimptor cautioned though that "'we are Irage facrd with the cold fact that the led t hall-way point In their term '.4 Pie frrt hItrs colnvF atin a s F itw freslhm,, und fli. -,.utx-more. .ir, lii br recIpieuits if lbh' J. 111111s MIII r Memairtai Scholitrshp%.i,'n objective of the '.chois rship' I. "tuN tinmul at, I,.rrning by rrwartilng stitdlent. of outst .indI ing per soil I ui.lit lt" w ho have Iemonstrit,.d p. tprior schol at>hip." Tet ug4p'r divili in college students Will be h.,noredt for their schIt(ii.1%tiC achIev.mlerl, and an v, 111 will be pr."s tIt for highest %(holgstIc iveraiges in G r.'e k organization. Phi lt Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi. Sigma Xi, Phi Etat SIgTIJ ari Aiph I .mxa LDelta honot iry ,oci.tI,., klo Ire presenting .awirni'. Spejkiuig on "The t.u.,lity at American lfr" will 1* Hr. August liecksher, director of thw Twentlethi (eIturv Itand md rotrGoldwater Goes West WASFINGfl)N(UPI)-hr. flarry M. Goldwater thin week will Carr y his Republican prt.deotial Camnpaign Into the heart of lyndon Johnson country-the Southwest,. His rwining mate, Hep. William K. Miller,* will ,onr,.ntrite on thw Wedt Coast. Both GOP candidate, realnwd in WallitoI Sunday for a brief real before htrting out mn 1he trail 4gaIn. Goldwater,. who camnpaiin.I Intensiveiy in the South laMt week, will fly to (harlotte, N. C .Mon ltay CVefln,( for a ip.ch before hea.ding towards th* Southwest. jIefojra that, he will fly to (ett ys burg, P',., to m14k* aamptign film with former Presdent Dwight (D. F igenhower at Fleenhower's homn. The nlim will be 'hown later in the t .ampaign. 'ii Tu.ulay the Aritona s.flatOrt will vIIt Tulsa, kl. Amll Teic.; Alequrque N. M., aid MIdlaid and Odessa, T.*. Wedneaday he will spend the diy in President Jdh,.on's homn. state, S19) [i i has h.tirm, in htonraI Vietnamese Accuse LBJ munistNorth Viet Nm oh.rged Sondiy thahtPrestdint ltohnsoil stged the l.ate t (ufl of Thakin "provrnc*tin" to conhanfie his ch .trwe of ra,' tetton. PThe ic usation was i.omppmnivtd by a flurry of official prntestn from both North Viet Namn tid (ommiunikt China and .i l'eking w arniug to the ~ United Stole.' In "rein in onl the bri nk of tah rvsiplca." * Pushes Poverty Plan M(,IGAN~TWN .W. Va.(I1Pl) P're.ident Johnson insisted Sunday trat his anti-poverty and human welfare prog r amil"Stflltheled the initiatIve of the indIvidual. th. freedom of the nation, and the priaperily of all."' JohnSo' Speech .1 an airport dedication ce remony att.Cdd by an .,tmated crowd of 12,000rontrasted sharply wilti vite cxpressIra thle sate statetwodayn ago byhi. Republlcao campalpno9ponent, Sen, Barry M. Goldwater. The Prp.Ident sald: "GIvIng ,e m111 4 chaactonork, and f*.'d his family. and provide for his rhildr-n &,. noI deflroy intativ. "'I i ig e r destroy' inltlativn, hlojalessnes'. destroys Initiative. Igroranee destroy. I n it Iat Ive. A cold and indifrent goverrnnt lestroy, intlttiv. "We .rc going to stflk. Away th. conditionss which damage a main'. dignity an~d well rspect, awd Capa' ity for ftalfillnent. We .rc toinu to gie every man the V l. 5-, No. M Sept. 2 for by

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'---U" r r I B hi S fl i u r N' ordr, ~64 Loca Democrat Launch Cam paigf Iiig I if l i il I II 4ll 't histi a ai n s il fia ti the tint mij ii Johnscn h vht. kte tinarts tust nito +hi. HOMECOMING SWEE TH EART contestants are left to right, first row: Jean Mellow, Diane Curry, Kathy Egan, Gretchen Vandenberg, Sally Raffa, and Carolyn Craft: second row: Lynn Mauldin, Carolyn McDaniel, Susan Godwin, Mary Arleskas, Betty Wendt, Janice Jackson, Harriet Hughes, and Marsha Costa. Not pictured is Donna Kay Berger. (Photo by Nick Arroyo.) 'Sweep (Continued From Page I) Thompson urged student, to read I,. Gator Party platform. "You an find very little there which has been accomplished in the past seven month.," heclaimed."They ha., either forgotten or failed to live up) to their pledges to the studSnt body.'' UF Student Hit By Auto David Lapham, 22s5Pletcher "P", widerwent surgery on his knee last *Vening at the UniverLily 'Tachlng flospital following wn automobile accident on West University Ave. about 2 a. m. Sunday morning. Lqtham, a sophomore from North Miami Beach, was crossing the street when he was struck by a car driven by Robrt E.Hoffman, UP basketball player. Laph."bad'en s""tandig""'the'. lie stepped back to avoid being hit by a car coming from the other direction. Hotfman and his passenger George tMrns were not injured. City policee invessigatiiu the accident state no charges have yet been fitd Students For Goldwater Student, for Goldwater will hold an organizational meetung tongh at Iriumthe Florid. Thompsoo cited three examples of campaign pledges which the Kennedy administration has yet to achieve. He mentioned the pledge of composltioa of distribution of scholarship and loan llstings to all dormitory areas, fraternities, sororities and married villages, remarking that he hadn't noticed any posted on campus. Th. required weekly Student Government reports pledged by the Kennedy ticket wbich would be published weekly in The Alligator are still not forthcoming, said Thompson. Thompson also noted that the Kennedy Administration has been "in office now through two final exam periods and tour rounds of progress tests, and still I have yet to hear of anyC-course review sessions initiated by them."Gator Party pledged last spring to re-establish the free C-course review session. Thompson wryly remarked that he was "certainly glad" that Martin Edwards, had finally taken an interest in Student Government." He added however that henws "ptJzled"~ as to where Edwards had obtained his Information on the activities of the council, "It coldn't have been first-hand knowledge, because he hasn't been seen around the Student Government offices or the Legislative Council meetings, all of which he supposedly attends," Thom pson pareothetkcally remarked. 2 oe~mh. e iq ttr'i fur johnisor ire 0' e p
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Poucher Review \ progtrfm if lt ii>. hi pir. fes+,rs md pe kers I it lg to offrr illstrutjini par *ll-l to the univ er sit y' omiprvthenslve courses has been proposed by Don Pouch.'r, sei rotary of ItademiW t affairs. The lectures would be held it dormito, y meetings mnd would id the student who Is seriously Interested ,b leirnrIng, but would nut be mere "cr am ses sonss,' *CCordIMgto Poucher. "he general policy Of tfnivt sity College,'' (t urrilngc to by roll S. ftollingshead, demi of U niver sity College, '"is that we ire all for reviews if they ire not just coaching for tests."' Poucher igr'ts thut the lecturis s houlIs not be 1ust c ri lmses sions for e xImfs, He sa 1d th at although dorm councils hive tried to get professors to lecture about course material the week of a proProposes Sessions .: r ,0e T .r 'he te lfil, ''I 'il u'tt I N i iLk t nuth of ~'tie, h ii> g t lie jilci It it net h ttou toul bi, tiken ujntiI the dorm i mtWIt 1 iii' organi,ed. HI' office will thin COO! dItiate Lh. jprogi ime with theta lie s itd thait orgaiing I hi*s. forums tnd tlettures would bw' lo) short rang. project. "We don't w tnt to hop tntu thIIs with .runl head of sheam .indl our eyes closed."' A (Olmpleti' 1he1k of the olurs, (011n.ent inc I Ihe testing proceduri e of the various University (ollege depa rt me its is also planiird, according to J01hn Hiancotk, chairmIn .flOf tht. Cc ii for Ligh r education. The check's purpose would be to compir, the eflectlye ness of thle University College with Si ml r colleges in oth, r ulliversities. ON-CAMPUJS INTERVIEWS ENGINEERS & SCIENTISTS See your Placement Director IN BOLIVIA Guerrllas 1rIN por ttIl, 'tue it ;Iorrl\ 0 ttif\i'T tig t votrhrt t.F} .I.tlihi Pr.,It,,tl \ i or Put, nos if seige mnd begs, ii tisttiig letSOmeI i uers of the plot, tmatItlg i .hut eg. me r president. flh,' A covertimvent statemrint Pti seso gurrtlla5 of the socialMiliollian V larim& were operitIng ini the 'inti ru depart mcin in e teurn [ulivia ni is the Br itII in Lw.r der. The statement said t roops unir bens. I uis lodrigm Bideg I, mil sister of ni tiona I defense,h dthe gtwrrilli uprising hefo re Sept. .8-the dAte of a stite visit b\ President tbha r ls de t a tll. of F raince. With leaiitltlp A gtoveinmIlett tierri .,Iid the, N i "protissiti of subversl,,n" bitt imt been growtcig tot se'ver I months. lilt Fz The climnax ci me it 5 i. to. those s when spc i a I politiai polir. hr -PItls rested former P renlderlt tI.rnaii by Slier Begin It ILili .'r if 'tti I t I r.ts. t lg 1 0 t m il, t'tills. &ii 0 [lieU ( orntateent .i theh.i Pte N'i tstu, iban of ptbill 0't r tinl the' e were n~o 'ttjli.s l at a. i. t consider Hours SKIP HAVISER City Editor 1 5 hour S rom, the tImrr hi PItts, Pr., i ye ar old ei fromI tilt A lichit (tunty iva. hi wI. hitk lw'Ihiit Ilm, Ittrs. win rim, lnll t fomrilan Iff's Deputy W. G. l'hiIlos if-. U C Revolts 4910 I iiss Ih. jkotItiva iiturmoil 6 mhonth' or etconlm C un symptorn. includedt al7-.day ',rW of govt r nment teachers ust inmands by BlolIvian tin ninets for higher pay. ~ct Caugh '1(1 city LDstetit Heill Wilker. lie was c,,pturv t ini Orlando it 6 a. mn. Saturday ditr Orlando iuthorities stoplel his sttIet car *ith gunshots. HIIs ittua UIWalk to freedom famid it, cr,' e as tmuch COmmflenit IS lid the reason. mllkilt suth 4 ttua Lion VtMssibli'. Sheriff Joe trevaise refussedi Ii plate hiami. for the Friday *scap* ,nMnuman ritilt."' l' Sheriff nxplanted h it the I tiunty jail Is not bhuh fur ri siimum .eeurity. The 11111,.ie have been t'ramped for yea rs, and then ptt In plug for in proposedI plan for construction of new .adniinislrative offices. 'The .,nstructino Is being ronnidered to, lh. next flncal year. Prior to th. .scap. the dor of Lthi INMklIng flofm was somehow 1.11 tiiloekedt. While toth jallers wtre orc up I id elsewhere, Pitts, who wa. In the room, walked awiy unIMbh'erved. I-irsi rurmftr of the .scape implied that UIF 2mw ntudents on a twur of the J.ill unintentionally left ths rkxor uniorkk'c. They we're ntiseieniit tikin c rntalarly 'rheduled tour of the jail a part of a law school (I )I)T. ( hi. of t he student n, Norman toll, 41iW, saId a friend of hl.s saw Pltts waIlr4n around tad conmnetited on It at the time. Som,' nrKrc, trust." it Lb. jail have jobs that require that they hb. free li u,.e the halls and at times go outside Lih' building. Pitls in sharned with the Sept. 8 rape of an l8-y.jr-old Gainw,.TIll. girl Jo dlowutown Giainenvtlle. Xe was picked up wi th. U' can,pus. I. pleaded iurocent to the charge at his arraignment Wednwsday. __________ 'Gator Sales Woo Students Th, first 'Gator 5.1. Days, pLanned through cooveraliun of the (,ainesvilk, Chamber of Comnwre aMd Student Government (SG), are *chedIuled for Thursday, rday, and Saturday lii week. Alihougo toe sales Jr. op. so all, Items 00 sale wIll be 1ho. *peclfically of interest to sadens, Lane said. A good majority Sf the merchants will b. psrticlpatfrg. Normally, the Chamber b. bad a get acquainted saiedarsg onietatlon week. so .sd the Ckabr want stan.s to get into the Cairnsviii. sboppmgwre an u to take .antug Sf beter buys, Lame According to Lane, If this sae

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0 P I: -r NJGN EDI VORIAL, We ar' sick of secijig tot ruirpy students who think that botti. of alcohol Is the short-cut to mnat'irlty. The problem really bec ami. evident At the rootbal! game. "College Metn" who go to the game with girl on one arm and a bottle on the ohe r try only trying to prolong the image of the college man iS a "Hell Rilser'' rather than what he really Is. The Alligator has no sympathy ror the student who attend, college on his parents' money, drinks and r iuses hell to prove hR maturity to himself and his fellows, then can't understand why his academic average I., so low. Thew youth of today who realizes his tesponsi bilitis cares more about academics than keeping up the tradition of the drunken brawl at football games. We believe that the tow students who insist upon demionstriting their immaturity before everyone at games ',hould be informed that they are not impressing anyone, and that their obnoxiOnis beihiViot is certainly not becoming either to them, or to the university. The Alligator likes to believe that this is one of the outstanding educational institutions in the South. However, when we see some slipposedly mature, intelligent individuals waste their time, their parents' money, and their efforts as they attempt to prove their maturity through a bottle, we are sorely disappointed. We see nothing wrong with drinking for Individuals who are mentally and physically of age, and who know when tostop.Although, it is against the law to possess alcohol on university property, which lncltdes Florid,, F'ield and fraternity houses on Fraternity How, the administration has in the past made little effort to enforce that rule. Therefore in that area the students must govern themselves. There is no way under the present system to stop minors rrom drinking. However, we think that the time has come to inform that immature group which does not live up to Its responsibilities as college students of 1964 that drinking in excess at football games or at parties only shows immaturity. A bottle cannot provide the feelirig of maturity which the drinker seeks. Thbe Alligator believes, therefore, that the senseless, useless, obnoxious and immature demonstrations put on by college drunks trying to prove that they are men only demonstrates that they not only are still boys, but that they do not fully understand or realize the pose which the college student of these times is forced to ass ume. *. TODAY'S QUOTE "lDo not do what is done; let well enough alone." Tar rence The e Florida A LLIGATOR Served by United Press loteruaticml Ea e. ..9.9 .9 .~ .*. ... ManaqIq telr. ......... E sctlwv Eatr. ......... hsaIstaSt Massging Editor. ... AsaiataSt Msnagtlg Editor. ...... Kditouial Pugs Editor. ...... bots EdItor. ...* * .* Ca.pa LUviug Editor. ....... .9. ..9. ..... .... ..... ...9. .... .... Editorial Assistants -Bruce Dudley, ....Walker Lwndy .....Joel Gaston ...Roc Speincer .....Benny Case. ....Dane Berkowitz ..4.Jm Hammock ....n tISy ....klp Iavier *.Jackl. Cornelius Toy. Levine, Jim Castelio, Ami Carner, Don Federman, Nancy Brachey, Sam Ullman, Ernie Lit: (Circulation Manager), Stan, Kuip (Cartoonist). Reporters -Ed Barber (Tigert Hail Beat Chiec), Patti Pitzt (Student Government Beat Chief), Jim Claxton, Hall Cain, Joe Kollin, Den Mowbray, Bob Golub, Dlooa Decker, Joe Waldorf, John Mcnornough, Sharoc Kelley, Yvett Cardoto, Grqg Seitz, Jo MeNiti, Cynthia Tvnstull, And Saperstein, William En, Eunice Tall, Frank Shopard, Edwin Brownrigg, Harold Aldrich, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowies, Gerald Jones, FranSnider, Thelma Mownman, Bill Sedouski, Marjorle Green, Evan Larigtein, David Kennedy, Mariyn Bricklin, LU: Brewer, Pris McCollester, Gretchen VanderBerg, Susan M. Smith, David Ropes, r'erry Rogers, Susie Haltek, Karen Hack, Sheldon Ciment, Joanu.aston, N rrt---c II 4 '-4 / 7, I I />44< |show ihem who's BMC JA ZZ COR NE R Gaincsvillc: A Swinging CHARLIE BUSH Columnist Gainesville swIng? Naw. Never,. That's what I said last year, but I can't say it this year--not with two swinging night spots around. The University Inn is featuring tihe Bobby Griffin Combo (organ, sax, trumpet, drums) nightly from eight 'tIl 1:30. Bobby gets an early start every night. He plays solo piano (this you MUST bear) and sings from six 'til eight In the lounge. in short, these guys are terrific. In the near future Jazz Corner will feature interviews with the Bobby Griffin Combo. ''Playhouse 90'' is the new name for the old "Checkerboard Club," now under new management. tGet on 441 and head out toward Ruby's. It's on the right side of the road, and looks like a big checkerboard. You can't miss It.) "Playhouse 90'' is "IN"~ this year. UF students can be seen "crawling out of the Bobby McKnlght Trio (organ, sax, drunis) lays BUSH do wn t he sounds for modern and "funky" tastes. Anyone can sit in with the band so take your instrument with you. The trio aliso plays good frat house style dance music and there's room for dancing. I'd bette r mention that if you're not 2! you'll never make it through the door. They play Tuesday through Thursday nights from nine 'til one and on F riday and Saturday nights from 10 'tdl t wo. Next week Jazz Corner will feature interviews with the Bobby Mclnlght Trio. LETTER: Leat's Stopi Speeding EDITOR: The Alligator devotes a great deal of attentIon to such worthwhile topics as. cheating national politics and St. tugustine. One subset which I feel ranks high on the importance totem pol and yet rarely appears In The Alligator, is the subject of speeding on campus. One ca get a very good idea of the nature of this problem by chugging around the campus os a bicycle or motor scooter. na 1hdwh. .------Town? North and Central Florida's number oneDA, Bill Swisher, will present a taped titerdIew with the owners of "Preservation Nall" In New Orleans this Saturday night on WHRUF it IC 30 or at the conclusion of the evening rotill game. The Art Pepper Quartet will be feitur-d in WUFT-TV's "Jazz Casual" this week. pepper can be seen Wednesday '7:30 p.m. intl I rid" 8:30 p.m. on channel 5. On Wednesday night at 9 on channeL 2 you can see the movie "Pete Kelly's F3LII starring the "First Lady of song," EllI I, gerald. E D ITOR'S bES K Innovated Sun HIats WALKER LUNDY Editor The Alligator published its fnrst "F ottbmll Special" Saturday and distributed 20,006
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*3fl~~t~ -. A ampuS FU Rec ept on Ns Speech T e sts B lots ' SCholarship E xam fie I9YC4 Stlte Ic tlhing zchola rshlp E x.arm will e gtven Oct. 20, 1964 (rom, 9-li i.nm. for fuirt her inform ation, contact [Jr. Bert [.Sha rp, iMrtom TOO NOrTDAnf Hill. Block And Bridle There will be .i getof the Florida Union tonight it 7 p.m. Anyone interested in anirnal Si tence is invited to attend. White shirt and tie ire requested for men. Young Mothers Young mothers, 18 to 30, are invited to a coffee given by the Young Mothers League, Thursday night at 8, at 703 N. W. 114th Ave. The League was formed for the purposes: to provide an outlet outside for mothers to exchange such ideas as child care and homemaking, and to aid families and children in distress. Meetings are held monthly in a member's home. Only unemployed mothers are eligible to become a member. Jewish TOVA Editorial LEVINE Assistant The Jewish festival of Sukkot ir the feast oflTabernaclesbegins todity with services at 9:30 a.m. in the Hillel Foundation. Services hill also be held tomorrow mornIng at the same time. in contrast to the festivals of the High Holy Days, Sukkot is a very joyous holiday rather thanone rmrked by solemnity and awe. Sukkot is a thanksgiving holiday, I sting for nine days and commemorating the completion of the hirvest arid the ancient Israelites dwelling in booths ("sukkot"') in the wilderness. The "sukkah" IS Simple wooden hut with a roof K A Ts Locate Building Site After a search of nearly six months, the Kappa Alpha Theta 'orority has located a building site Ja il begin constructIon of a Wwhouse before thle end of the N~l tri cater The 304 ii at Eighth Avenue and 10th Street and measures 250 feet by 125 feet. "We'll start construction as con as tbq architecturaJ plans are mflpletedl and the bids are subYltted"President Pennwy JohnThe hetin is expected to be p i tics, tu t, hi ts for ,rteit hliflh1iitali. Psychology Tea "m',es. of Is,il Ine, stuidtits Fr in~vltedl I t e aa p.m. I .< t op. 2 it the tori' of 4r. ii \Its-. M0. is. Shiw, m8' N .Intl A'" y IU Engineering Test Junior Ind senior engineer ig students who hive not taken the F nglish '.r rening examination .rc requl red to take the test tomorrow, 7 p mi. at Walker Auditorium. Hostess Committee Applications for membership in the Florida [Ft n Hastes, Committee m.y be acquired In Room 315 of the Florida Union. Members of the comittee function as official hostesses for a Christmas Party annually held for Flavet children arid it the Spring Fashion Show, In addition to book reviews, lectures and other such gatherings. Festival of green branc through which the Begii hes ani leaves stars may be seen. Traditional Jews live In these booths for seven-days according to the Biblical commandment "that our descendants may krow that I made the Israelites live in booths when I brought then, out of the land of Egypt.'' (1ev. 23.43) he idea of freedom isomneofthethemes of the holiday. Sukkot is also known as the "Festival of Imgathertrng" and the "Season of our Rejoicing." All the special prayers for the holiday deal with thanksgiving, praise, and rejoicing. The ,ymbols requilred for celebration of Sukkot are the iulav and the esrog. The lulav is a group EleCtion Official Xl li'ls Ohl till elci I at ire nitw tbeiig t ikktn in i4,r II [ .I unf. rin -'I p.ml. I iu h lit ton ffi l i Avll be ,,rk i ri lirii Ofi fine hu'n ic d s. I"~ Isi "'A -""" flt',t --erw blahiis. Delta Sigma Pi [)elta Sigmu,. Pt will Negin its r I ir ativittes with a smoker toniur no night it 7 in the Johnson Itnwige of the Florid. Union. All muale students mqoering in hu~ine,s or planning to do st} In the inear future ire Invited to attend. Health Dames IIe I~t h Related Services Dames will meet tomorrow night at U at the home of Mrs. Darrel J. Mis., 1089 S.W. 11th Terr. Wives of students inHealth Related Services and other colges are rorlially invited to ittelid. ns Today of palm branches, myrtle boughs, and watt, wIllows tied together, while theesrogis Jswect-Nmllilg fruit similar to thle Ic mow. liey stand for the vital organ., of the body: the spine, the eyes, the lips or mouth, and the hem r t, respectively. These symbolize that all parts of the body unite in praise of God. Filie I Foundatioo Sabbath evening Nervtces begin Friday it 7:20. This week a special Sukkut party will be held after services. Sabbjth morning services begin at 10 on Saturday, followed by a Kiddush Iuncheon and discuuslon group. Hillel's JnnlfJI fall dance will be held S iturday Sept. 26 it p.m. it thw Hillel FoundatIon,. PORTAr.E & STANDARD TYPEWRITER SALES, SERVICE & RENTALS ONLY AUTHORIZED OLIVE TTI-UNDERWOOD SERVICE IN GAINESVILLE PARKER'S Co mplete OfieOtitr 601 W. 372-3555 nortwestern MUt* --s fe C Gladys To der wee hlu I e the north il 2*1 rmlIes Il.h NOuith. th it in we (iih lIorau pilled hit il o,. dh~r n. southwit d
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.4 For HO SE Sale Autos 9 19 u M dlel Schult 8x40, di to will { irpet, in good condition. $YYS, (ill ifteri 5:30, FRt 6 -U790. (A -ll-3t -c). ONE SOFA-BE!), $31). One platform rocker, $15. Call 372-. 5874 after 5:00 p.m. (A -Il-2t-p). PORTABl E Tape Recorder all transistor precision set with 2 speed dual track, Complete with telephone pickup mnd foot control like new. Call FR 2-7134. (A-lISt-c). mforn.y: must sell. Good looking and good top. [(as to be seen to be apprec ldte'i. (all G-358J. (G-l It-c). '61 TEMPEST Wagon Auto trans. Ft & H -low mileage -new condition. $995. Ken Rymal, Shady Nook Trailer Coort, (G-li -St -c). 1958 OI DMOBlLE equipped Lot #48. 98, runly with air-conditionIng. $300 for equity and take payments of LEITZ BIMONOCUI AR MICROSCOPE -3 objectives with case. Excellent for biology and medical work. $115. Emory A. Morris, Rm. $55.50 per month. Call Ext. 513! before 5 o'clock; ask for Mr. Chen and after S call 3q2-2127. (G -ll-3t-c). FServices r [I B EPS specWlz Iinrwr hA r cit. For special cuts cAl ftu 2ppolntment i days a week 8-12. Phone 2 -9129. (M -.l -St-j). GUITAR LESSONS in Flamenco, Folk, Blues, and Country Styles with experienced instructors. Also Kazoo, Washboard and Jug. Telephone 372 -4653. (M -9-St-c). FServ ices Rh BY'S Al FE RATIONS -re ntble vrIce'. Across from Tigert Hall at 1238 SW lrd Ave. Phone 6-8506. (M-ll-lt -c). Real Estate FOR SA LE -Lovely, contemporary home, 2 blocks from campus in Southwest section.Cypress family room; Imported shutters. FIberglass screened verandas. Maple GUI TA R Classical., BA NJO Instruction; Flamenco, Folk, and Beginner. Gretch, Espana, Fender and Epiphone Guitars.Gainesvlle Music Center, 1023-1025 UnIversity, 8-St-c). Phone 372-5421. parquet; tiled baths, skylights. Glass walls overlooking ravine. Easily converted Into two apartments if desired. Especially ideal West for couples, nurses, and single (MIprofessors. Call p.m. for appointment. FR 2-0328. (l-S-6t-p). For Rent Ei(lIT IR M tUnrurnsbed house. F Eight miles from the center of GaInesville. Stove and refrigerator included. Family per month. Call (B-S-"-nc) scooter prefered. $75 !-0243 after S. Motorcycle mechanic only experienced persons need apply. See Mr. Street at Streit's Bicycle Shop, 6l5 W. Univ.Ave.(E-7-5t-c). 33, Buckmin (A -7 -St-p). FM -AM Admiral "'B". FR 2-9327. radi'. speakers. Brand new. $50 or will trade for TV or stereo. Call Art 378-1158. (A -8-3t-c). Mercury (LIIT Ho at, and trailer, 35 Hp 1958 TRIUMpH TR-S. Very good condition, painted recently. Boot cover, tonneau, good tires. Asking $850. 1215 SW 4th Ave. After 4:30. (G-9-St-p). I956 FORt) FairLine one owner; excellent condition. $400. Call FR 2-8703 tfter 5:30 p.m.(G -7-St-c). *xcellent condition. A very good ski outfit. Individual owner. Only $495. Call 376-4048.(A-8-5t-c). GA TOR CLASSIFIEDS PHONE UNIV. EX: Sid 2832SM/ SIAM B1 4E~nsS"i 1959 C H EV R OL ET IN Convertible, power brakes Call 485-2365. (G-7-St-nc). 1952 MG REBUILT, beautiful new new paint job. will inte rio r, Call FR 2-1694. (G 9-l0t-c). W anted WANTED: would like Student parents who to reduce their babysitting expenses. Join our babysitting poohf For more information call 376-0372. (C -Il -5t -p). TWO MALE students need third to share 2-yr.-house, air-cond., furnished, 3-BR-house. 2016 NW 34th Ave. Private room. $38.34 per month. Call Harnmon Ergrs 5:30-6:00 pa. li-2l-c). 3786 -9-2-5-6.(Cand Bailit7 Latest News I WANTED 1950 thru 1954 Fords and Chevrolet. Al Herndon's Service Station, 916 S. E. 4th Street. (C-S-2nt-c). 2 GIRlS wanted to share house behind Holiday Inn. Cabl Vicki or Nancy 372 -2115. (C -9-3t-p). NOWF 3 SMASH HI T! First Area Showing I 8:50 A MII, -Nt tadi -,',t Nllil 'kn.rn *t* n~ '.**' --ru -S 4Yfl L -. AT ROLA IFIE Help WaedO

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wr -.-A ~Grecut Groaves JEFFREY DENKEWALTER Sports Writer X gre it victory'' mnd pee ii boTh offeOs e anrd I trinse"' wer ifew of the way-, hboi cop P Ray Graves desctiIbed the ibitos' 24 to S win ,ver S MUT. Respite fth wide margin of vieto raves still called it tough irle. "We came up with the big plays 9uu have to have to win.'' Fe cited Jerry Newcomer's and Bruce Bennett's interceptions mndi .hick Harper's punt return to, a tcodchdowu as the key plays. Graves continued,'"Although our pasiflg offense was ragged, both Shannon and Spurrner looked good running the club. They will continue to rotate at quarterback. They are a good one-two punch." When ques tio ned about Larr3 Dupree's limited actioncraves replied, 'This was dictated to us by the SMU defense. They were using a six and sometimes an eight man line. This didn't leave Dupree much running room." Penalties played an i rtant To All Students Showing ID's Starting Sept. 21 at 1 p.m AUNT JEMIMA'S KITCHEN 1614 NW 13th St. FR ANKS AUTO CLINIC SPECIAL AT TENT ION to students and all University personnel.We employ two full time experienced mechaniCs. If ye are hlavinrg car troubles of any I JUST CALL US. FR 6-4223 Ii NW 5$h Avenu INESVILLE, FLC 13 it' nd, C )RIDA KSER'S40 OFFICE EC U We SED haGve TYPE ~UIPMENT 78 WRI TERS EXCLUSIVE OLYMPIA DEALER RENTALS Expert Repairs 604 N. Main St Phone 2-9607 Victory Claims I. N! ( 'tI"I I wr""l 'E | I st i d mwilt t' ,.e0,* rilms of tli ht'roe M ik iln 'J II 'Te WMhii isked rhou h'I1 .o_ mITnII pelihai tits D I t ok (,r in Vts in'red, "'At eLpecitI ulen ite OUT oftwni. ie. ferisive plitoorns' I, ,IVS ino 'dWith teywl trs the injury t0 Musto .I irt i k I)dally Thomnahurt then,. After the g imi lhomni volmneute'i on his Injury. "I hiirt may left knee tin tinruing p2 my early in the second luartir. [ didn't know how Se, ious. i is I yet though it does give me trouble. When asked if he could have phyet, Thomas replied, ''I think I could have but the 'oach dIdn't w ait me to aggravate the injury. We'll have to wait till next week migalnst Ohio State to see how the knev Te G Injuries. a badly ators suffered two End Lynn Mathews had bruised left hand and would wait X-rays for determining a possible fracture. Linebacker Jack Card Injured hi, elbow, but It was not regarded as serious. Graves concluded, tI'm proud of the Job the staff did in getting the boys ready for this gnne. This is the best prepared team to play an opener I've had. We have a rugged schedule ahead of us, but barring injuries, we should TV RADIOS HOME & AUTO PHONOGRAPHS COLLEGE RADIO SHOP 817 W UNIVERSI TY AVE.F rem pr C '1% A LA RRY DUPREE The Press> GLENN LANE Sport, Editor A whole ti.,t of ti ght Ir m,!. hir gilt ,v'r *h (jihira rk [I Siting In tht pr.SN in um~ I p irt ofthe IKIn-commtlIttai pri. Yet m ai tu Svyt \Ii I cin til ilcftist 01 .4ek iIrrer on offense uvuldimi, up wHth Fir titg I rv son bit lIke unmplug up and sNouthuw ror Joy. ftaa alt IhI whiol to im w.hIch was thrn st.tr or 5jturijyN Spet iu. In Dny R imt' wuI t'Spt t i bew mlistik,'s, suach is mbe Cr cLippiig pti~ltIts. Iihe nal&F, or thb. h app.Iling Orb opcnlng lay ,ar. *vIngre ttq. 11W G ato, .dItII'I fliut t'II tumbiiibt + g iim, It was Flirida taking *w'ry ILIVmintagt of the ,Il,,hert-m's rmi',e*s lansttad of the other way troufl. Thiy jtist 1didn' m l ake any big isI As. *it topp.d any perform 'int (liin I) dhe tel I n l ast year'. homw ginme schedule. It's true they didn't make any .ustained drives, hot when you pity almost letter oerfect football is those guys did, It rat mike iw tr stops to sign autographs for admirers after the game. (Photo by Nick Arroyo) Game Provides Fr With Diet 'How To Loise Ten Pounds And Gain A Few Gr4y Hairs (in A Quiet Saturday Afternoon"' is the title of a book suggested for sU Coach Hayden Fry to writ. For fins who are under t he impression that the real action last Saturday took place o" tkw f'ied, let's straighten things ot-. Fry was the certerofattractlo. For e sample, the first scr'mrnibe play of the FloridaSMU contest; during the time it took to complete one play and start ii,. next, Coach Fry crossed and uncrossed his arms, jumped when Florida went offside, clapped his hands In approval when the refer. called it, ran on the fld to attend to an injured Mustang, confered with his coaches on the sidelines, and turned to his bench to shout a few words of encouragement. Even in the fourth quarter. with his once blue shirt completely ,,oaked with perspiration Jfld his handkerchief wringing with %weat, Coach Fry still hung on to bib role as number one ch,,rleader. GOL F Driving Range U. s. 441 North OPE N Saturday all day 8 an. -8 p.m-. Monday Thru Friday A ND Sunday 1 p.m. -8p.m. Phone 372-7066 THE KING 'zag. a. 4 IS CROWNED. SI ~ ~. p., L a one shortcomIng. If Htay Graven cnd Pepper Hodgers haven't changed too much from last year, mIstakes will be found In the (jme pictures and Florida's offens. will i. even more fluid In next week's pam. against Mississippi Stats. The most important thing about Saturday' a I point victory is It was against al good team.,Florda didatt ,o out against a bunch of patules like MemphIs Stat, and run up a big score.1They played an exceptioajly fast, nill coached team which had a remI good dha.,c. of winning. The sophomores for Florid. came through nicely. Sports columnist Marquis Bandaer scored the firsttouchdownofuwey.r for the Orage and Blue. Steve Spurrner looked .xceptionsljy nill backing wp tommy Shannon. Hie moved the tesm inside theopposition's 20 a. tf t. had been *doir4 It Ia coll.,. ball allhi. li,. And Joh. Feib. s,.ll.d Lar,, Dupre. at fullback in mor, than adequat. fashion. To top this off the seasoned veterans came through as they nerc expected too. Jerry Newcomer intercepted two pa. that cooiitsd. The on. he was called for pans Interferenre on was as closely timed as possible. Another refer.,. on snote day might have called It the other way. Sydney MacLean Insert more time in the SMIJ b.ckfleld tuan .om. of the Ponies halb.ck. dId. His partner In crime, big Dennis Murphy, also helped make iff. miserabI. for would be SMtU runner. Next on the agenda is MIsssiappI Stat. 'Tb. boys from the Bayow country are su,,osed to be real tough off ,t ast years showing. liowener they may have been caught looking ahead to nest neek's rematch with Florida as they were iw.t by Texas Tech, a barn they were supposed to handl, fairly easy. 'tenIng to head MbssisIpI Stats scoot Jim Bilyer talk, ia teem Is loaded with a banch of walking wounded. 'They ire particularly 'ware od Florid.'. btgness and depth. Th, onl r"'** for Stat'. 'oe. to Texas Teh' ad'to be t"a state mad. wine *rrors. A tumbi. here, a fuatbi. kiwr. prcbthly made the dllherenc. In th, score. Let then, be warned they bust not do it with our boys or th.j till handle them the same way they did SMtU. After a11, we ain't too partiular at who -bea Ii year all ow opponm. ar, shod lh. saliw caliber. Th. early predictIon for this ganm. was a FlorIda .1. i they held Denny Thomas. Thntas was put ad t o actie early It the pae. Tat one was right. Let', hope th. majority af the rest .re wrn. Rut Archery Club AMan t T ,.4. K LE AN-A-MA TIC LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING DUR SPECIALTY EXCLUSIVE SANITONE PROCESS 1722 W. Univ. Ave.rIILLEL FOUNDA TION EX TENDS TO ALL ITS MEMBERS e

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an. !~ *$ ~ R~i ,~ *, -I p '-.A -.14~ PU Ed lid 1~ a kq~ a ~L -T p -c P1. -a -n -'~ --,, -~ S -~ 7 JACK HARPER, left, catches for Gator's second touchdown punt at beginning in 24-8 iic tory of 80-yard romp over Southern Methoto spring skipping Gator halfback over goal loose. lIne leovi Final shot shows fanner ng Mustang Jerry Griffin takeland star in his tracks. dist University Saturday. In center shot, Harper heads fo open ground with fullback Lorry Dupree leadi blockers. Dupree made final block (Photos by Don Decker and Bob Ellison) *,g DONNIE under defendi OEFINGER ng Jerry Mustang quarterback, squeezes Newcomer far Southern Method sts University's lone TD of the Ron Sherman. UF Photo -I Ay9 ~ttr I. a -4;> .4 Service) TOM SHANNON, tacklers an one of sev veteran rml quarterback outstanding springs loose runs in Saturday's (Photo by Ron Shermnar from would-be Mustang victory i. UF Photo Service IT'S THAIT man Harper again. George Wilmot, and Jerry on lightni Griffin ng run. are blown over as Harper breezes 85, by (Photo by Bob Ellison) (Photo by game.