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Vol. 57, No. 13 University of FloridaGainesville Wednesday, Sept. 23, 1964

E: 'THE DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COLLEGE DAILY"--! _




Barry Defends Miller; Leg Council



Leader Quits



LBJ Pledges Tax CutBy Majority PostRON




SPENCER

WILLIAM EATON By WILLIAM THEIS Executive Editor

United Press International United Press International
3 Majority Leader-elect of the

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. President Johnson stood AMARILLO TEX. (UPI) Sen. Barry Goldwater Legislative Council Richard(Dick)

before 3,500 cheering steelworkers yesterday and defended his running mate against "baseless and 1 y Thompson resigned as legislative

pledged he will cut excise taxes next year as partof Infamous" conflict of Interest charges and attacked council representative from Mur-

a six point program designed to give every American President Johnson's handling of the Viet Nam crisis phree Area to Student Body Vice

family more money to spend. yesterday In a major bid to win the President's President Dick Gober yesterday.

The taxes are levied against a long list of items home territory. Thompson, who has served two

ranging from television sets and automobile tires to "The day of reckoning for Viet Nam must not terms on the council, said he
be the GOP nominee said was resigning his post as a result -
furs jewelry and even long distance telephone calls. delayed presidential _as
ne swung tnrougn TUlsa Okla. of his transfer from MurphreeArea
Johnson made the pledge after ;
the 1.2 million member United :::"' ::''',...'' :',:",::: :" ';::':' : ,H!"' the Texas Panhandle;Albuquerque, housing to off-campus

Steelworkers of America (USW) N.M. and the Texas south plain. housing recently and In complianceto

gave him Its unanimous endorse- Straw VoteIncluded "This administration has Student Government constitu-
'REAL GUSTO' is shown
ment. hundreds of lies to answer for tional rules.Thompson.

Johnson said that the excise tax in connection with the fighting by Evon Wadsworth as she was elected majority
there." leader In a V.O.T.E. Party caucus
cut will bring Immediate relief to prepares for her part in the
Switching to domestic matters last spring following then Majority
working men and women of
Goldwater accused Johnson of mis- Gator Growl. See editorial Leader Buddy DUln's decision to
America. He said that If the
using the "secret" records of 4.
American prosperity boom con- Presidential and Florida guber- page
tinues Its present trend the natorial candidates will be includedon the Internal Revenue Service. (Photo by Nick Arroyo) (Continued on Page 2))
"When the President of the
average family Income within the a straw vote basis in the Oct. --
next three decades will be "twice United States can use secrets of
1 Student Government (SG) elec-
what it is now." tions. the Internal Revenue Service to
make people do what he wants themto Answers
The President launched Kennedy
perhapshis Students will get a chance to vote
do but what they don't want to
bitterest attack of the cam- for presidential candidates Lyndon
do, then I Is "
say power wrong.
paign against Republican candi- Baines Johnson and Barry Gold-
He did not amplify. It was
date Barry M. Goldwater. The water, and gubernatorial candi-
3,500 delegates and 1,200 guests dates Charles Holley and Hayden understood he was suggesting that V.O.T.E. CriticsStudent
the President
was making tax reports -
applauded long and loud. They Burns along with the usual SG available to certain colum-
interrupted his speech between candidates.
nists.
50 and fiO times.
He told a cheering crowd of Body President Ken 57 planks In our platform and have
"And will do all these
we things 6,000 at Amarlllo that "we are Kennedy lashed back yesterday at found a few impractical or
because love Instead of
we people
at war In Viet Nam..and it's charges made by V.O.T.E. Legislative unnecessary," Kennedy said.
hating them; because we have faith Forum Series
time we talked about it as war." Majority Leader that his Mathematically this represents
in America, not fear of the future
;
As he arrived in Amarlllo Gold- Gator Party administration "Is approximately 01 per cent of the
because we are strong men of
"
water joined vice presidential an obvious failure. total.
vision instead of frightened cry
babies; because you know it takes Starts TodayProf. candidate William Miller in denouncing Thompson resigned his position Earlier this month, Kennedy
charges that Miller made 'off-the-cuff" estimate
mightbe complying with the an
yesterday
a man who loves his country to constitutional -
guilty of conflict of Interestas that 35 cent of the
rule that per platformwas
build a house Instead of a raving, Walter A. Rosenbaumof a Legislative
a from New York. Later and closer
congressman
-' ranting demagogue who wants to the UF political science Council representative must resign complete.
tear down one." "Bill Miller's honesty is beyond if he changes his area of scrutiny produced a figure of 49
will lead
department a political reproach," Goldwater said. residence. per cent, 28 of the 97 planks

Later, urging a forward look, currents forum today "The baseless and Infamous attack completed. Former V.O.T.E.
from to 2 at the
Johnson added: "Beware of those noon p.m. launched against him for Thompson charged Monday that, Party Pres. Paul Hendrick

who fear those who doubt and those Presbyterian University Center purely political purposes do not "They (Gator Party. Administration recently charged In a V.O.T.E.

who rave and rant about the dan- 1402 W. University Ave. reflect on him-they reflect on the ) have neither presented any meeting that only 18 per cent of
This Is the first of seriesto
gers of progress. .Embrace a political leaders who encourage sort of program to the Legislative the Kennedy platform is complete."As .
be held each Wednesday
those who tell you to follow the them. Council nor are they working on
until election week in Novem-
Golden rule. ." "I am completely satisfied with much of anything." for the three specifics men-

ber.The Miller's open and above board record tioned in the article/' Kennedy
He said "those who think we discussions will Investigate by the truth of his state- Kennedy said ThOmpson was far began, "Thompson Is again In

have hit our peak. .better get views of significant factions ments and the Integrity of his from being correct In his statementand error.

out of the way because they'llbe of the major political personal and business activities.He in his estimation of the portionof

run over by a marching parties, and according to has my full confidence and my the platform completed."We (Continued On Page 2))
Rosenbaum.
America. full support. have completed 35 of the
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I Board of Regents Plan I





ED BARBER But the statute won't be Implemented until constitutional such an uncertain role of leadership, such lack of

Staff WriterA question of a term of office is settled. authority, such fluid membership, such unrealized

"What we will be voting on in November/1 he susceptibility to political personalities and political

proposed Florida constitutional amendment establishing continued" is to make it permissive to appoint pressures, such subordination to other state administrative -

a Board of Regents to replace the Boardof members of the board up to nine years. The present agencies, as Is found in Florida."

Control would assure better experience In educa constitution prohibits anyone serving on the board But the report goes on to say that the Board of

tion's controlling body and be a "tremendous stride" for over four years." Control contains some people who are raordlnarlly

In removing politics from higher education according Belts pointed out that members appointed for nine capable" and "dedicated."

to.UF Pres. J. Wayne Reitz. years know that they will be serving under two "Despite their best efforts however." McDonald

"U the amendment is passed la November, which governors and "thty then are able to sit back and continues, "the state universities suffer damaging

I am 100 per cent for/' Reitz said, "it will assure look at the long range view of the needs in the weaknesses from the Impact,not of the board members,

better experience in Florida education's controlling educational system without pressures being brought but of the political and administrative framework

body and it will be a tremendous stride forward upon them." within which the board and the universities have to

la removing politics from the state's higher educa- Dr. Gladys U. Kammerer UF professor of poli- operate."

tional system." tical science discussed the problem in a published Later the report goes on to say that Florida's

Belts went on to say that as far as powers and report, in which she quotes the 1963 McDonaldReport's present system is "basically and irrevocably political -

duties of the board of regents are concerned, they evaluation of the current weakness of the not higher-educational."

would remain essentially the sam* as the present Board of Control's position.The Under the sub title of "The Argument For The

Board of Control, "except they would have a new McDonald report stated In part ". Jn no Amendment," Dr. Kamm.rer writes that though a

name." other state dots the .ta:)', governing board for Its governor may be given authority to appoint some or

"The Issue before us in November," Reltz added, higher education system, or for its individual universities -

"Is very simple. It Is not the Board of Regents Itself where complete co-ordination has not been

we will be voting on, that's already a statute. effected, have such weak status In stat government, (Continued on Page 2))
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. Coin Changer For CoedsFour Goldwater/ Students'I


Map Out

womens' dormitories are machines today, according to JohnB. most."
slated to receive coin changing Ostrow, secretary of housing. Ostrow said that he has been

l The machines are being suppliedby working on the problem of Install- Some 60 UF students were urged bloc seating section
ReitzContinued Coca-Cola, at a total cost ing changers since February, and Monday night to become a cog.In Homecoming game. at the
of $500. that Steve Johnson, university the wheel of the "bandwagon for
vending machine manager, has victory" by Lionel Leon,presidentof Bill Cllett, the state chairma
( from Page 1)) Coin changing machines are to been extremely helpful in getting the Students for Goldwater.The of Youth for Goldwater told oj
all of the members of a higher- be Installed in the recreation them insalled. He also said that similar political groups formed
educational board In other states, rooms of Broward Hall,Yulee Hall, he Is hoping to get machines for meeting was held In the on other campuses. Albert Edgar]
a variety of devices has been and Rawlings Hall, and the fourth Tolbert and Graham areas in the Florida Union Auditorium to
developed to "hedge in and con- machine Is to be Installed In the near future. discuss plans for helping representing the official
strain such authority." 1st floor vending machine room of Republican presidential nominee Goldwater Headquarters id
The list given by Dr.Kammerer Jennings Hall. The machines will "We are doing this for the stu- Barry Goldwater be elected. Gainesville, spoke of the bias cj
of major restraining devices are: be of the type which returns five dents," said Ostrow, "not Justto some news media against]
1. Long overlapping terms mak- dimes for a half-dollar. put a feather In our cap." Leon explained that students Goldwater but declared that 1 th
ing it impossible for any governor could assist by driving voters to group could combat prejudice b
to make a majority of appoint- "The girls have it especiallybad Ostrow also said that he was the polls on election day, canvassing informing the public of the tru)
ments within the four year term of ," said Ostrow, explaining why conducting a survey to find out precincts to get voters opinions of Goldwater.Chet .
his office and thereby influence the machines would be Installed Inelrl's whether more pay-telephones are registered and distributing
university politics. dorms only. "They are needed in the dorms. "Un- informative pamphlets In the Cornwall Introduced thgroup's
2. Nomination of trustees or regents information booth across from the plans to raise funds: $
locked up early at night, and they fortunately, free phones seem to share
by various groups, including, Hub. The main activities of the per Victory Club bonds will!
are unable to get out for change. be out, he said. "There are
be sold and $1 books
the university or college "Hume Hall has its own Just so many trunk lines that the group, however, will center around of trad
alumni association. changers, which were bought by university switchboard can handle, Homecoming. "Goldwater Girls" stamps on which Goldwater's picture ]
3. 'ine exclusion of the uni- the area council. These work very and with the present expansion of will appear In the Homecoming appears above the slog
versity system from various types well; and Murphree Area is right the university, there is no more Parade, and the group plans a "Trade In"Johnson for Barr
of administrative controls appli- Coast. 'i'ne girls needed them room." across the street from the Gold Goldwater.
cable to ordinary state agencies.
__ __
n --
4. Restriction on removal by

the governor of members boards .
of trustees or regents appointed

by Kennedy


?p w. ya.
Y .,
(Continued from Page I 1))

Kennedy mentioned several
programs which he said have been
carried through to completion by h gd }
his Administration. 1

These include '
review sessions in courses other
than the C-courses, dormitory
dances, establishment of the S 9 9f
Morale Commission replacing the QhaJlerige7ic .
Secretary of Traditions, lower
student Insurance rates with extended -
coverage and completiono
every single plank In the
platform under the heading \T } Al ltr r '3,.. 7i hlirhF iA' hNi
,Y .f ,r' ir'f 1lbp
"Student Justice," which deals ;! iP' a i 1''' 1 K r !r dt S r/r.v 4S'

with the Honor Court.
,5 to it.1 R'4F Mr
Kennedy also pointed to his
party's achievements in the area ti +
of International students,Including
the arrangement of tours,
establishment of aspeaker's
bureau and sponsorship of Inter-
national Week. Ems



ThompsonContinued ,


( from Page I 1)) t' r .x
',
resign from the position. Blain ..' \ .
again served as Acting Majority .
t'
Leader during the second summer .
.
"
session when Thompson returned :
home after completion of "A" "t.
term. ,

Thompson, 2UC, has been a
"
storm center for a recent controversy / ehatltnxt: lunar toft-landing.
between Pres. Ken /'' <- launch v.'hnlr44 vn' liquid M,
Kennedy's Gator Party Adminis- ... Utttltr, l>,;l h\ Aslr'nuittt
tration and the V.0.T.E. majorityIn
the Legislative Council.

Thompson's letter to Gober said, ENGINEERS & SCIENTISTS: General Dynamics'Astronautics offers the
in I would you
part "Although
prefer -
challenges of the future today. As the
space-oriented division of the
to continue: serving on the great
Council, I am resigning In com- General Dynamics Corporation, Astronautics has a heritage of leadership in the developmentof

pliance with that section of the our nation's current space capabilities. We continue to build on this strong background t,

Student Body Constitution dealing as we design and develop new systems and devices that will help to shape the future course of .. ,'
with the residency requirement for ) Your alert :
space technology. response to the fascinating challenges we offer will ...
living area representatives. 't"
establish guidelines for your successful career at Astronautics. ,"'I";>
The student body constitution

states that a Legislative Council Scientific and technical opportunities exist at all degree levels in activities that include
representative elected from a RESEARCH DESIGN. DEVELOPMENT, TEST COMPUTER .
PROGRAMMING _
.,, .
,
,
particular area must forfeit his RELIABILITY, and ADMINISTRATION. V''(n,.w'i.,,;"
seat if he moves out of his living

area. For General Dynamics|Astronautics career information, see your placement officer and
Thompson did not attempt to watch for campus interview schedules or write to Mr. B. L. Doblcr, Chief of Professional
qualify for the fall election Placement and Personnel. Dept. 130-90. General Dynamics I I Astronautics 5898 Kearnv Villa!
schedule tor Oct. 1. His positionof San Diego California 92112. An Equal Opportunity Employer. Road
Majority Leader of the party
will be held by Acting Majority
Leader Blain until the V.O.T.E. GENERAL DYNAMICS I ASTRONAUTICS GilHIIIlD
members of Legislative Council

caucus prior to Tuesday night's We Will/ Visit Your Campus October 5
council meeting. Another caucus
will be beld following the fall
election.



Wednesday, Sept. 23, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3



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z Campus News BriefsOpen



4 House Speech Screening

,
There will be aSlgma Alpha
Eta open house Sept 2S from All students planning to
IL: I I L1 ::1"a 7-9 p.m. In Room 357, Tlgert enter programs leading
Hall. All Key members, associate teacher certification are required -
.} ,: members and all to satisfy a speech re-
:, people Interested In the fields quirement.
; of speech pathology and audiology Appointments are being
it Ntl;
are Invited.Foreign nude for speech screening
,, tests In Room 100 Norman
"
SupperThe Hall.
Students who have not satisfied -
this requirement or pre-
first of the series of
viously taken the test should
International Dinners which
nuke an appointment for
I will be sponsored by the Florida -
screening Immediately.
Union International Committee -
i will be this Thursday,
E Sept 21, at 6 p.m. In the Math Club MeetsThere
Social Room of the FloridaUnion.
.,', It will U a Creole
"
dinner featuring Creole
COMPLETE PICTURE of this year's Sweetheart is; : '" will lx a brief but
Homecoming contestants presented Chicken, Bayou Teche Rice,
as the rest of the contestants (minus Sandy Anderson, not pictured) pose for the Alli- ;1Frt'nch. : Bread and( a full menu Math important Club meeting tonight of at the 7:30: UP in
of authentic Creole food. Reservations -
gator. Others were presented Monday. Front row, from left, Barbara Allen, Suz-: 1, must be made by Room 211, Walker Hall.

anne Hull Liz Rothrock, Pat Nazzaro, Diane Denning, Marie Barber, Claudia Pate !: noon today In Room 315 of the All prospective members
are urged to attend, and refreshments -
and Pat Stephensoi, Back row, from left, Pat Goodman, Suzanne Hilliker, Bonnie I Florida Union. will be served.

Gielow, Marty Hardy, Linda Paget and Anne Kern. (Photo by Nick Arroyo.) [Air Society Meet


J I URA Appoint Humanities Films To Begin- I IThe | Arnold Thursday Air Society at 7:30 will p.m.hold the Book RefundMore

New Chairmen Humanities Society filmseries trimester Include Its semi-annual rush smokerfor than $1,0001nun- i
: advanced ROTC cadets In claimed receipts from the fall
begins Wednesday at7p.m. Week 5 V
Henry (Shakespeare)
University Religious Association Student Government book sale
the library of the military
with of
a showing Oedipus Rex Week 6 The Crucible
(URA) President Bob (Miller- be reclaimed by the individual -
Mounts It stars the Stratford, Ontario. i building. The members of may to
announced the appointment Sundayof Shakespearean Festival Players. titles French) production,Eng.sub- ,, the Angel Flight sponsored students between the
three committee chairmen to I by the Arnold Air Society, hours of 8 a.m. 12 noon
Three other showings, In color, Week 7 Kiss Me Kate
in the URA this (Broadway and 1-5 In Room 307
serve year. also at Walker Auditorium are Musical In rotor I will also be present.Requirements p.m.
Ratified by the URA Cabinet ) for AAS are of the Florida Union.
scheduled for Friday, 7 p. m.; Week 8 Romeo and Juliet (Shake-
were Vernon Swartsel, chairmanof I at least a 2.5overall academic Students experiencing pro-
Sunday, 2 p. m.; and Monday, 7 spear)
Rellglon-ln-Llfe for the second m. I average, and a 3.0 average In blems regarding receipt of
p.
year, Martin (Skeeter) Week 9 Rembrandt (with Charles Military Air Science, as well fees should contact Secretaryof
Wooten, chairman of World University However a $2 fee will be chargedfor Laughton) and The Art of Rem- | as an active desire to learn Student Activities Drew
brandt color
(
Service Fund Drive and the entire three trimestersof ) more about Air Force life llaslett In Room 309 of the
Joe Coudon, chairman of the annual movies, lectures and concert; Week 10 All My Sons (Wilder) [ Interested men In the society Florida Union, 3-3 Tuesdayand
Week 11 Hamlet
(Shake&pear)
Christmas on Campus membership cards only. are invited to the smoker. Thursday
.._ .... ..
Week 12
(Thanksgiving Holidays, ._ program. Movies for the remainder this .. >-
no acvy) I :\ ,1!, .f) "" ..",,1_

FANTASTIC SAVINGS !
Young Democrats To MeetThe


UF Young Democratic Club has scheduled Us first meeting
of the trimester for 7 p.m. Thursday, In the Florida Union Auditorium -
v a x ,

RECORDS! State Representative Ralph Turlington, Alarhua County Chairman
. of Young Citizens for Johnson, will address the club after a short
organizational meeting.
... or tH UAPOQLPUI Reg Club President Andy Percival said membership Is open to all
lm. students Interested In the Democratic Party and In supporting President .
Johnson for re-election this fall.

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EDITORIALS:



Growl Talent NeededTalented



persons on the UF campus, and we know there are Row
many of them, are needed today for Gator Growl. Tryouts for
the Growl will be held tonight at 6:30 p.rp. In the University
Auditorium. Deadline for entries will be this afternoon.
If any UF students are Interested In appearing on Gator Growl
they should contact Growl Director Tom Kirby sometime today.
Growl has been an Impressive show In the past; let's all try
to make It even better this year.



Peel Editor To Be Named



The Board of Student Publications Is now manned at full
complement. With the official approval by UF Pres. J. Wayne FROM THE THIRD FLOOR
Reitz this week of Barbara Keller and Bob Wilson, the BoardIs
now able to act on the rather important business that has
been for so long awaiting its action. Ham-strung Or StarstruckNow
In the next meeting of the Board, scheduled for Thursday,
an editor and various sub-editors of The New Orange Peel,
UF humor magazine, will be selected. We commend the persons
responsible for this action, but wish it could have come about and replaced by this reporter. Both Freedmanand
sooner. myself took the majority position becauseour
*
We have conferred with some of the potential Peel editors, views corresponded with those of Hendrick'son
and they have assured us that It will still be possible to have let's be serious. what were the needs of the student body--
the first Issue of The Peel on sale before the November 3 Both V.OT.EandGator Parties have plentyof Freedman later disagreed.The .
election. If some earlier action had been taken by the Board of sour apples in their political barrels, and
Student Publications, we would likely have had a Pee at Home- both could use a double-barrel dose of Idealism. point of this discussion, though, is that
coming. But Student Government President Ken it is necessary to have a 'council that favors
Kennedy Is assuming quite a bit when he the administration's program. Not only because
i attributes his victory last spring to "catchingthe the council approval or disapproval Is so
campus imagination." important, but simply because the emphasisand
Congratulations On SpiritWe A more proper version Is publicity In student government has shiftedto
that amidst seemingly sure this area. To be effective, the administrationneeds
would like to offer our congratulations to the UF student victory last spring, VOTE to have a channel of communication to
body for. the excellent spirit demonstrated at Saturday's football Party set about losing the the members of Its party, and this Is the job
game against SMU. The football' team looked good; the band looked election as hard as possible of the majority leader--or minority leader.
and sounded good; the card section looked good; the fans looked rather than Gator winning It. DON DAVIS The minority leader, Earl Barker, of Gator
good. Be that as it may, the fact I I ColumnistIs I Party, can try, but really cannot be effectivein
Television viewers of the game saw the UF student body on their that Paul Hendrick left guiding administrative programs throughthe
best behavior. We were proud to witness this demonstration and an outstanding record as legislative council. He simply doesn't have
were especially glad to observe so many"spirit caps" in the stands. student body president. And the votes.

,"" ,,< ."'_" ''''' ,,,',,,, <,,,,,.,, _nv .. "' d.. ', '" VN' ', regardless of whether The majority leader of V.O.T.E. Party,

'V l ,,." ",t ;''' "t1U:<,",,,"." J1 ,,"", ", "V <"v "" ., ,",.." .., ;' Hendrick himself, was whoever that might be, should strive to support
responsible for thoseaccomplishments what he onslders to be the best Interests of the
TODAY'S QUOTE Ken student body. The fact that he must work witha
Kennedy does not appear to president of the other party should not enter
"Honesty Is praised and then left to starve." be be gaining such a record. into the picture except where he feels partisan
Which of the two men was and is the better politics are being elevated above the wellbeingof
'
Juvenal SG President, in an over-all sense, might be the student body.In other words,an opposition
debatable. No doubt Hendrick would have a party majority leader should be a watch dog
slight edge on accomplishment, and there are when NECESSARY, but he should never lead
The FloridaALLIGATOR
many reasons for it. attempts to block the administration's pro-
Hendrick spent more time on the Job. Office grams simply because it is the administration's
hours were scheduled every day, and cabinet programs.
meetings were held at periodic intervals. While V. .T.E.Party has more or'less adopted a-"do
Kennedy's administration seems to keep the nothing to help and do nothing to harm" attitude
Served by United Press International cabinet members mindful of meetings and what toward the administration's non-political pro-
they are to do, there Is some doubt as to grams. This Is wrong. If the well-being of the
Editor. . . . . . . . .Walker Lundy Kennedy's own "veracity," when it comes to student body Is at stake, the only choice is to
Managing Editor . . . . . Joel Gaston putting in the necessary time it takes to be lend support to the needed programs.
Executive Editor. . . . . . .Ron Spencer student body president.
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Benny Cason According to information obtained from the
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Dave Berkowitz Student Government Office on Florida Union's Answer To Tolhert
Editorial Page Editor. . . . . .JIm Hammock third floor, Ken Kennedy spends Monday,
Sports Editor. . . . . . .Glenn Laney Tuesday, and Thursday, from the hours of
City Editor. . . . . . . .Skip Haviser 3-5 p.m. in his office. Apart from this time, EDITOR:
Campus Living Editor. . . . . .Jackie Cornelius Kennedy drops in at odd hours, a few minutes
most mornings, or whenever the mood or need In regard to the letter from Mr. R. V.
Editorial Assistants -. Bruce Dudley, Tova levine, Jim strikes. Swift, SEC, Tolbert Area, I have a few wordsto
Ctsteilo, Ann Carter, Don Federman,Nancy Brachey,Sam Ullman, This is not to say that Ken Kennedy is not say. I believe that the practice of a universityband
Ernie Utz(Circulation Manager), Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). effective as SG President. But compared to is as necessary and proper on a college
the Monday through Friday, from 3-5 p.m. campus as any other school function such as
Reporters -- Ed Barber (Tigert Hall Beat Chief), Patti Pita shedule of Hendrick last year, plus the former R.O.T.C., sports and social groups.It .
(Student Government Beat Chief, Jim Claxton, Hall Cain, JoeKbUln president's unscheduled time spent attendingto is apparent that you are lacking In a
Dan Mowbray, Bob Golub, Donal Decker, Joe Waldorf, student affairs, some doubt exists as to musical background (to any degree) and so little
John McDonough, Sharon Kelley, Yvett Cardozo, Greg Silt, how rigorously Kennedy Is attending to his duties. school spirit that it would be lost on a pinhead.
Jo McNltt, Cynthia Tuns taU, Ami Saperstein, William Doe, Another possible explanation on which recent Since you find the music and practice hours
Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard, Edwin Brownrlct. Harold Aldrich, "Inefficiency" charges against Kennedy have of the band so offensive, I suggest that you do
Let Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Gerald Jones, Fran Snider,ThtlmaMowman been based, could be the lack of partisan one of the following:
Bill Sad Kennedy, Marilyn BrlckUn, Ut Brewer, Prls McCollester, legislative branches of student government. (2) Apply for housing Hume or Murphree
Gretchen VanderBtrg, Susan M. Smith, David Ropes, Terry However, because the opposition party controlsthe (3) Be thankful that you have rooom In a
Rogers, Susie Halback, Karen Hack, Sheldon Clment,JoanUaston, legislative council, the Kennedy administration dorm. Many students are having to live off-
Pam Brown, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber should not use this as a built-in excuse campus due to crowded conditions. I'm sure
Dick Schneider. for failure. that one of them would love your room, noiseand
As stated previously in this series,Legislative all. The Gator band Is one to be proud of
Council has not been as co-operative with and I'm one student who Is proud of It. They
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaperof the SG administration as that Council was under are a fine group of musicians and they're doinga
the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly Hendrick--the principal reason being question terrific Job.
except during May, June and July when It Is published semi-weekly. of leadership.It Mr. Swift, your verbosity falls on my ears
Only editorials represent the official opinion of The Alligator. Is no secret that the present administration like the band's "noise and confusion" fallson
Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. The Alligator aide to the SG President. Steve Freedman, your ears.
is entered as second class matter at the United States Post Office served as majority leader for Paul rtentmcx
at Gainesville. until he was busted after a political dispute S. J. Tolbert



Wednesday, Sept. 23, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5
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LETTERS: "


Work AcknowledgedEDITOR
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Good Alligator Is BadEDITOR :

This Is to acknowledge the unprecedented
performance and Interest exhibited by the all-
: than the old one did. He showed me how the student staff and group leaders during this
seating was proportioned, 1/2 to non-students, fall's Orientation program. Without question,
As an independent freshman, with no politicalor 1/4 to blocs, 1/4 to the student body at large. this was the best program in recent years,
social affiliations, (as yet, at least) would These last two have from the 50 on down. What, and we would like to express appreciation to
like to make known to you my thoughts in three I ask you, could be fairer? those who participated.
areas which directly concern both you and the Because of this effort, In-coming students

student body. Only the blocs are affected by your move. started their university careers more easily
I. I am extremely pleased to receive an And students not Involved in campus and smoothly than in previous years. The goalof
Alligator each morning. The national coverageIs organizations definitely are not affected. But Orientation Week, a natural acclamation to
most helpful, the campus news is fairly still you persist. You call preferential seating"an campus life, was achieved so well only becauseof
complete, and the delivery of the paper to points outmoded tradition." Since when is It the fine quality of this year's student
convenient for the students is excellent. It is "outmoded" to reward those who work? Is not participants. For this, we are grateful.
a far cry from what we had in high school, and our entire capitalistic system of free enterprise
the benefits derived are commensurate to the (which we are being educated to go out Into) William G. Cross
hard work you put in it. Score one for the built on this premise? One final point. Any Director of Orientation

Alligator. student can sit in a bloc, if he so chooses.
2. Re: your editorial endorsement of Lyndon There Fred Lane
are fraternity, housing, SG and many
Johnson on the 14th. It was, in a word, inane.In other blocs. Therefore any student, if he is Student Director of Orientation
the words of Mr. Goldwater, the election willing to take part In campus life, can sit
this year provides a definite "choice, not an relatively where he wishes. In a school of this Not Social, Priide
echo." With this in mind I find it hard to
size, we can ask for no more.
comprehend your backhanded endorsement,
which you concluded by saying "Thus, we feel Barry Diamond lUC EDITOR:
that, while much of what Goldwater says shouldbe
heeded and Incorporated into our present- I was I n complete agreement with the
day thinking and not disregarded, still the Alligator's editorial on the alcoholic"short-cut
leadership should remain in its present hands." (ED. NOTE: Point One--Thank you. to maturity," and felt Impelled to write this
How you can reconcile this with the first part Point Two--We have endorsed Lyndon Balnes letter on another ugly aspect of the Immaturity
of the editorial, in which you vowed to takea Johnson for President over Barry Goldwater.Do regularly shown by some UF students at football
"forceful" stand on the issues, I do not we have to show the blind enthusiasm of games.
know. You cannot have your cake and eat it many of the latter's followers, in order to takea My wife and I watched the playing from the
too. You cannot have Lyndon Johnson in the "forceful" stand as promised? Mr.Goldwateras east stands near the north end zone. We satin
White House carrying out Goldwater policies.In you say, points out this election provides"a a mixed group of students and their dates,
short, there is a choice to be made. Please choice, not an echo." students and wives, and students who came to the
make it in keeping with your announced editorial The Alligator has made its choice,"forceful"or game alone. Within shouting distance, In the
policy. Score one against you. not. end-zone stands, sat a group of young Boy
3. When I first read your editorial renouncingyour Scouts. There was no indication of wholesale
preferred seats, I vigorously applauded Point Three--You ask what could be fairer drinking in that area, but this fact only servesto
your stand. I am among the freshmen who than giving Student Government, Blue Key and make student actions there the more repre-
stood in monstrous lines for long periods of The Alligator sure-bet 50-yard line seats and hensible.
time, (and wound up with poor tickets, anyway.) making everybody else take their chances In A' every turn of the game It seemed, some e
So I carried myself, in all my brimming self- the committee's "rotation" plan? Why not give sort of obscene mouthing filled the air. To list
righteousness for our noble cause, up to the everybody the same break? That WOULD be any of the numerous phrases and epithets which
office of Hugh McArthur, head of seating for fairer.It were used would require censoring this letter
SG. He then proceeded to explain the seating is not "outmoded" to reward "those who for publication. At one point, In disagreementwith
set-up to me, and the most telling point he work." But are Student Government, Blue Key a call of the referees, one group adjacenttook
made is that your new position does not affect and The Alligator the only people who work at up a one-word chanting refrain which .. In
the grass roots student body one whit, any more the UF? Our contention is no. any other public situation and with a bare
minimum of social training -. any reasonable
person would have at least said under his breath,
out of consideration for others' girl-frlendj, ..
APODOSIS: wives and children.
What kind of socially stunted babies are
these? They make me sick.
Don't Vote Oct. 1 I am neither a public moralist nor a social
prude. ,If I could corral a few of these young
gents I would gladly .. In their
explain own
RICK SCHUSTER Gt ..il the propaganda probably floating around
Staff Writer the dorms In the next week, why vote? terminology and more efficiently -- why they
are misusing this of the
segment language by
Determined, active apathy in the election can
Either revolutions using it before the general public. Maybe this
fortunately unfortunately
do more for a radical evolution of SG then
don't occur about student governments on voting meanlnglessly. Dynamic nonparticipation letter will give some of them the hint.

American universities. There may be an can demonstrate voter resolve for a
occasional student riot, but how often are they new system. Unless the student body rubber O. K. McClung, 2UC
directed against Student Government, even if stamps a party-picked Leg.Council our SG
, the last Incipient riot aimed at the administration system becomes meaningless->> its leaders. The Florida Alligator will be
I on this campus was quashed with the aid Someday, the shocking apathy of the campus happy to publish all lettors-to-the-
; and comfort of SG. (In case you don't remember can force SG leaders Into a serious appraisal editor which space will permit.
J it was when the original Orange Peel was of the entire system If they do not wish to Anyone wishing to voice his opinionIn
this fashion Is reminded to
I obliterated.) see their power pass to Tigert Hall. If you
Therefore if the students ever want to work Include his signature, classification .
i really wish to cast a careful ballot on Oct.
1 for a radical change in their quasipoliticalcampus 1, choose not to cast It. and phone number.
system they must work for a radical
.
evolution. Usually this sort of thing is associatedwith I
major constitutional revisions. The upcoming -
by-election can effect no radical changes
I in SG. One party or another will get a majority.
j Vague programs will either be delayed or passed. NOTICE11"
I Granted that a nucleic bunch of Independent
_ council members may be decisive, but the .-
I inherent meaninglessness of SG to the great '" -"
I mass of students will continue. The almost total "

! alienation of student to government will be Deadline for applications for NEW ORANGE i: ;, -:. ,

I sustained.Out ,,,:,(:,
,i of all this comes a vague feeling of '
frustration. After all, bow can you meaningfully PEEL EDITORSHIPS has been EXTENDED to: a /,
participate in the student political We of this ,
I" 1\,
campus short of Joining SG yourself, when .' ,
there is no line of pressure held by the studentor WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23, 5 P.M. '" rf \

a council member once be Is elected. ..1\1I\ ..",''I"
The dropping of members from the council : -.f'
Interested at .
parties apply i
;
bears out the fact that for the most part council may

members forget their constituency once elected. "
Replacements have not even had the contact of I Room 9, Florida Union. ,i"
a political campaign with the students. J

Thus, no matter who wins the election, it ,".'. ,"..;, \\,;... "- $./ ..
was a farce. Why vote for someone who may >.Jt --- Board of Student Publications. ;, *',;' i.t<' '
not even De on the qouacll four weeks after the ," ,
> ,
election? Why vote when within t days of the .t, ... ,
election off-campus residents have not even
beard the nam.M of the candidates they are (, ',. ,'./" ,,11" .
supposed to be voting for? In short, in spite .. M w ..e.




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PORTABLE German made 17,000 DTU, 1955 CENTURY BUICK 2 tone, & SONS Auto Painting ROOMS suitable for one male
Olympia typewriter. Only used one Emerson push button model, less power steering and brakes, R & H, Shop, all cars $29.95; body work. student. Near shopping center and
trimester. $50. Call FR 6-1702 than 2 years old, excellent con- 2 new tires, very clean. $275. 732 NW 1st Street, Across from In walking distance of campus.
after 6 p.m. (A-13-2t-c). dition, $165; Masters cap and FR 6-7043. (G-13-3t-c). White Electric. ALL work See at 104 SW 8th St. (B-12-tf-nc)..
____ t _____* __ gown, $20; full length mirror and guaranteed. (M-13-20t-c).
GIBSON Electric Guitar.Excellent dresser mirror, $2.50. Anytimeat 1959 RAMBLER AMERICAN. R & COMPLETELY FURNISHED 2
condition. Call FR 6-3538. (A-13- 3631 E. University ve.Cottage'I H, excellent MPG. Must sell. UNLIMITED FLYING privilegeswith bedroom, 2 bath home on Lake
3t-c). # ). (A-12-3t-c). $425 or best offer. Very good shares of Triangle Flying Cowpens. 23 miles (35 min.) to
condition. 376-1930. (G-13-lt-c). Club. Fly for $1.50 per hour and Down town. $85 per month. 372-
250 cc SUPER SABER Zundapp. RECORD ALBUM Sale, Jazz,Rock get license for under $200. 3'6-; 7658 week days. (B-12-3t-c).
Contact Frank at PI Lambda Phi and Roll, and Folk. Less than 1/2 1956 MERCEDES Benz 190SL. Must 7947. (M-12-5t-c).
House at 6:30. (A-13-5t-c). price. See at 1536 NW 2nd Place sell. Blue with red Interior, new SMALL ROOM 1 block from
Apt. D. (A-10-3t-c). firestones, clean Inside and out. 7 BARBERS Specialize In razor campus. Private entrance and
PORTABLE Tape Recorder, all Call after 7 p.m. 372-3216. (G- hair cuts. For special cuts call bath very quiet. $40 per month.
transistor preis ion set with 12-3t-p). for appointment 6 days a week Call FR 8-2439 after 7:00 p.m.
speed dual track. Complete with I WantedNOW I 8-12. Carolyn Plaza Barber Shop. (B-12-3t-p).
telephone pickup and foot control 1960 DKW good mechanical con- Phone 2-9129. (M-ll-3t-c).
like new. Call FR 2-7134. (A-ll- dition. Call 376-3211, Ext. 5595 I TradeWILL I
5t-c). INTERVIEWING male and ask for Jane Cotton.Or 372-6398 GUITAR LESSONS In Flamenco,
female full and part time for evenings and week ends. Folk, Blues, and Country Styles
1959 TRIUMPH Motor cycle. 500 Kings Food Host USA. Various (G-12-5t-c). with experienced Instructors.Also TRADE '56 Ford VictoriaIn
CC., good condition.$325.Call 378- positions available. Apply In Kazoo, Washboard and Jug. Tele- excellent condition for motor-
1161. (A-12-3t-c). person Sept. 24 and 25 at 1430 '61 TEMPEST Wagon Auto Trans.R phone 372-4653. (M-9-5t-c). cycle. Contact Bob FR 8-2689
S.W. 13th Street. (E-13-2t-c). & H low mileage new con- after 1:00 p.m. (D-12-4t-p).
1964 HONDA 150 Excellent dition. $995. Ken Rymal, Shady GUITAR BAN J 0 Instruction;
condition. $425. See at Shady Nook EXPERIENCED DRUMMER Nook Trailer Court, Lot #48, Classical, Flamenco, Folk and
Trailer Park, Lot 15. 3101 SW needed for college dance band. (G-1l-5t-c). Beginner. Gretch, Espana, Fender I Lost Pound I
34th Street. Off Archer Road. Call 372-6086 after 5 p.m. (E- and Epiphone Guitars. Gainesville
(A-12-3t-c). 12-tf-nc). 1959 OLDSMOBILE 98, fully Music Center 1023 1025 West LOST One brown purse at Phi
equipped with air-conditioning. University Ave. Phone 372-5421. KappaTau House. Please return
1962 BMW Motorcycle, 250 cc. $300 for equity and take over (M-8-5t-c). papers. Reward. Please returnor
$450. Call Dave Frisby, Rm. 217 MODERN payments of $55.50 per month. call Stacie Smith FR 6-9348,
at 376-9136. (A-12-5t-c). Call Ext.. 5131 before 5 o'clock; Zeta House. (L-13-3t-c).
Shoe Repair Shop ask for Mr. Chen and after 5 call 1 t Wanted }
LOST clutch
green purse, con-
372-2127. (G-1l-3t-c).
Expert Shoe Shines taining green wallet In the vicinity
WANTED: Student parents who
All Shoe Polish of SAE house. Money not Importantbut
Types 1958 TRIUMPH TR-3. Very good would like to reduce their babysitting -
Shoes Repaired condition, painted recently. Boot expenses. Join our need valuable papers returned.
41.ORIYIN Call Susie Rm. 2111
2-6381. (L-
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Waves Storm CoastKITTY I

HC Needs


Personnel HAWK, N. C.UPI-Hur- Gladys' highest winds of about Visits I
rlcane
Gladys sent
towering breakers 90 m.pji. extend outward about
rolling across highways in 50
miles from Its center.
The Homecoming staff needs North Carolina's outer banks II U
I Gale warnings
were displayed
people Interested In working on Tuesday, stranding 3,000 A special procurement team will will offer students opportunities
personson from Cape Hatteras to May
' Cape
committees, Bill Ryals Home- the scenic aslands. visit the University of Florida to continue their studies and In
N. J., and a hurricane watch was
coming publicity chairman, said. A late advisory on the storm in effect from Cape Hatteras to campus this coming week accord- some Instances to do graduate

Also needed are construction said its center was virtually stalled Block Island, R. I. ing to Sgt. 1C, George Findley, work. The team will point out the

workers and persons skilled In about 210 miles south and east Crashing seas from the big local Army recruiter.The best way for each student to use

electronics and communications to of Cape Hatteras. storm pounded through sand dune team, to be located the their college training while fulfilling -
Growl. Hub from 9 a. m.-4 Wed- their military obligation.
Gator p.m.
short
work on Ships a distance east of barriers north of Puxton, on the
Applications for workers may Cape Hatteras reported wind Outer Banks, and piled water nesday and Thursday will relay Heading the teams will be Cap-

be obtained in Room 314 of the up to 70 m.p.h. 24 inches deep In the streets up of information concerning the Army'snew tain Janie Miller, 1st Lt. Don
Union fro 1-5 tuition assistance programs Elliot. Captain Miller Is Inter-
Florida \ p. m. The road to Hatteras was Impassable Hatteras villages.Shriver .
and the weather bureau and direct commissions for senior ested In contacting women who may

LORloa that students. qualify for tuition assistance In
reported flooding had reachedas
"Team Procurment on the UF the fields of physical and occu-
far north as Ocean City, Md.,
AlllQAtOR where some streets were reported Gets campus, is a hew approach to meet pational therapy and nursing.Lt. .

under water. the needsof a ctuglng Army nd Elliot will discuss tuition

For Best Ad Results Forecasters warned "serious a busier student body," Sgt Find- assistance with senior medical

ley said. students and direct commissions of
GOLF flooding" on the banks, with tides Post
Poverty
Tuition assistance programsA senior students In the University.
running as high as five feet above .. "

Driving Range normal by midnight.

U.S. 441 North 10 PER CENT DISCOUNTTo WASHINGTON (UPI) The

All Students Senate Tuesday confirmed the Student Petitions I
OPEN nomination of R. Sargent Shriverto City

Showing ID'sStarting head President Johnson's anti-

Saturday all day poverty program.Sen. .
Sept. 21 at 1 p.m Jacob K. Javits, R-N.Y., UF student, James A. Ad- The petition asks city officials

b a.m.. 8 p.m. raised a brief protest about double kinson, 4AR of 506 SW 42ndStreet, to do whatever Is necessary to

Monday Thru Friday AND AUNT JEMIMA'S Job-holding. He referred to Shrl- presented a petition of approxi- solve the serious drainage

Sunday 1 p.m. 8 p.m. KITCHEN ver's dual role as Corps director.But mately 230 signatures to the city problems In Gainesville.

Senate approval was by voice council Monday night asking for Hurricane Dora left the area
1614 NW 13th St.
Phone 372-7066 vote with no audible opposition. action on city drainage problems. around Adkinson's property In the

Hogtown Creek area flooded,

,' "" ",(f.. Including two incites of water Inside
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s- y
f 44s City Manager William T. Green

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\ Jr., Ibid that the petition wouldbe

referred to the Public Works

Committee, and also to the County

1r J Commission."It .

f may be some time beforewe
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can start work on the pro-

ject, but It will handled as fast
.,
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as possible,
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E. D. Turlington.

Adkinson said he believed the
tt
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petition,
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those who accumulate a total of

three parking tickets within one
englneerCann
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his professors) should know about AC-MILWAUKEE their Alachua driving County privileges for a suspendedIn 12-month


think find Physics we invite you to inquire about the opportunities at any of period.
you'll
Sure everybody's got a career program. But we that
,
main research development r I n maD also warned
AC in MILWAUKEE-our ,
and at least intriguing our three locations.
ours little stimulating, more rewarding, without
a more BOSTON-our Research and students driving on campus
AC in
and manufacturing facility.
it
enough to spend the next minute or so reading about Laboratory specializing advanced inertial compo- valid parking permits would
Development
We call it our "Career Acceleration Program." In it, you'll work on nents spacecraft and avionics guidance/navigation systems. AC in "almost certainly: be picked up
; "
within two weeks. lie said
such advanced projects as an avionics system for supersonic aircraft LOS ANGELES-our Research and Development Laboratory specializing -
stickers be obtained
parking can
a guidance/navigation system for the Apollo Command Module and in advanced airborne computers; ballistic missile and space
at the ur stationby
LEMand newguidance system for theTitan I III I I space launch vehicle. booster guidance/navigation systenu.' For further Information, see those who campus: Have police 84 credits

Seven hours a day you'll work on a specific project You'll spend one your college placement office regarding or more are over 21 years of

hour each day in formal class work. These classes include courses in General Motors/AC on-campus interview, age are married; are sophomores

Inertial Instruments. Inertial Guidance, Digital Computers, Advanced or write directly to Mr G. F. Raasch, with 3.0 grade l"raceorbetterJ

Transistors, Advanced Servomechanisms Integrated Circuits Space Director of Scientific and Professional and those withphyslcaldlsabllltles

Mechanics,.plus other mathematics and undergraduate disciplinesas Employment Dept 5753.,General Motors making the use of a car necessary.

required.We Corporation,Milwaukee Wisconsin 53201. F1 mao cautioned all bicycle

of tuition costs note Positions; are available riders on campus to equip their "
also have a Tuition Refund Plan that pays all your PhDs-please :
college-level courses of study undertaken in all three AC locations for PhDs,depending bicycles with a headlight for night
satisfactorily completing
upon
AC SMIRK .
FUJOlluOM driving.A
of and area
evening educational program on concentration study
voluntarily. Our "m-pUnf n.Mr. .- booklet enumerating traffic
offers additional opportunities for technical improvement of interest You are invited to contact ..::,,,,. :
Raasch for additional information. w err.*............. regulations an be obtained at the
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The Cricket PracticeThe
\ Ed. Note: The Gator Hater has struck again. Last week we linked
I :' him with the mad punter..or tried too anyway. I have since been informed!
\ IIimDwith the mad punter of old isn't even in the country. So that about eliminates I
i him. This poem was delivered the same way all the others ."* I'{ UF cricket club will play
was left on my typewriter. This guy is going to look kind & s 1... if) its first practice match of the
1 our boys keep playing the way they did against SMU. I season Saturday Sept. 26 on Flem-
II I ing Field at 2:00 p.m.
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Well, I'll be darned. I guess I lose, r
,f. But Saturday the Gators will sing the blues. |, This is in preparation for their
) To Our LeaderThere I cheered for the Mustangs as hard as I could first match of the season on Oct.
But the fans cheered for Florida and I did no good. 25 with the Savannah Cricket Club.
leads
are two basic kinds of leaders: one who by exampleand
both when This week will be different for this I am certain. Savannah will be seeking revenge
one who leads by Inspiring. Larry Dupree was Saturday
the For the Gators the Bulldogs will bring down the curtains for an earlier 52 4 outs to 50
he lead the Fighting Gators over S.M.U. Mustangs.
"Dupe" carried the ball only four times, but averaged better than You may think the Bulldogs aren't as good 10 outs defeat suffered at the hands
Because didn't win like said would. of the UF crlcketeers.
five yards per carry. He blocked unmercifully and faked so well that they some they
But don't be U out of luck
have the ball. surprised you run
he often took beatings when he didn't
For the next few weeks the Gators are going to have it tough. But And the Gator offense starts to get stuck.

as It's been proven in the past, we can always count on "Dupe." Oh, Baezler and Harper and Casey will see In The SwimOn
What It's like to play ball in Mississippi.
What's In A WinLets I cheered real loudly for old SMU
And I'll cheer in Jackson for the big Bulldogs, too. Sept. 28 there will be an
take a look at what last Saturday's win over S.M.U. means. organizational meeting in Room
The party is over, 1-9 It will be
The stalwart Gator defensive line can't be commended enough. Even If everyone cheers against Florida like me. 216 of the Florida Gym for all
the offense admitted they did well. varsity and freshman swimmingteam
..; This week they'll be up against line as fast, but much more powerfulthan applicants.
S.M.U's. The Bulldog's fullback Hoyle Granger is a hard man to
pull down too. Weighing over 220, he will be one of the hardest running Downs Joins
I backs we'll face this year.



four or five times No Saturday CigarAbout the offense came within Just one Signal Callers

block of breaking a play all the way. With the offensive line as aggressive -
as it is, It won't be more than a week or two before someone's ,t<
'. rushing average is doubled. And what has become of offensive stars
Alan Trammell, Jerry Newcomer, Dick Kirk, and Bruce Bennett? Florida has another varsity against the varsity defense at yes
They are now defensive stars. The Gator secondary intercepted quarterback. terday's practice.
four passes and kept S.M.U.'s speedy pass receivers in check. Freshman quarterback Bobby Graves said he expects some new x
There Is someone else in this Gator victory who must be commended.The Downs was moved up to the var- twists in the Bulldogs offense and
Florida fans were great. They stayed with Florida all the way and sity yesterday to imitate he hopes that the Gators will be
showed they cared. 33,011 to 11 Is better odds than 11 to 11 any day.It Mississippi S tat e'5 quarterbackDon able to pass more. With this mind
seems everyone is taking up the idea of the "new look." Edwards. the Gators stressed their passingin
"They're two very much alike pratlce session yesterday.The .
Looking AheadIt's quarterbacks," Coach Ray Graves I

great to win, but let's keep things in proper perspective. Thingsare said. "They run, throw and look Bull Gator is also work-
easier to see when we're a winner. alike, and Downs is doing a real ing on stopping Bulldog fullback

Florida will win games this year Just on hustle and desire, but will good Job of portraying Edwards Hoyle Granger. "Granger is the
have a hard time holding up physically. We already have a few injuriesand for us." best fullback we'll tacethisyear." WegilM ate
The Gators will continue their
any more..at key positions will really hurt. But if we have only Downs, who was an All-America
11 men to put on the field those 11 will be doing their best. quarterback I D high school at drills for the Bulldogs today with
All I really mean is stay with us, we're with you. Winter Haven, has started running stress on stopping the Mississippi Q WlfJ 01 file!
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created in an unsportsmanlike the penalty. will make the same request on the agree with the Quarterback when he
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gesture, is serious problem todayat Outlined here is the official opposite side of me field. makes an Inquiring look, thus
ruling the signals can be properly
many intercollegiate football procedure for a "noise
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games. situation". Captains return to positionsand
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approaching the problem via a 1. When the Offensive Quar- nal. If the Offensive Quarterback seconds.
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athletic directors.The teammates, he will hold his his position and looks toward the 6. bnouid the Quarterback move Only A.M M.... w.,....

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you do your utmost to make the Referee. If the Referee agrees he again stops the clock and steps authority, that Is, the Referee's
fans in your area, and specificallythe he stops tr n clock. off a 5-yard penalty against the whistle denoting agreement, the Get Your Weejuns
4; supporters of your team,aware prooer team. Referee will ignore the action and
of the fact that noise produced In 2. The Referee then approacnes still require the ball be In play at
such volume as to Interfere with the Defensive Captain and instructs 4. This procedure with the within 25 seconds. The penalty DONIGAN'S1123W.
the progress of the game will be him to request QUIET, which he 5-yard penalty repeated untilthe for failure to initiate a play on
penalized The Referee will Judge does by moving toward the noise noise is at a normal level, as time Is also 5 yards, against the Univ. Ave.r .
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The Florida /o .-t o Urver-y of Ftor'dc,Garnesvalle Iec. 44 ___________________________________ HEDEEP SOUTH'S PIEST COLLEGE DALY _____________________ Barry Defends Mier Leg Couci Miller, /Leader Ouits LBJ PledgesTax Cut Majority Pos RON SPENCER By WI I F 1fN ByWI[A ~,aExeutiv. Editor I nit, d IPr f rijirntioni,a I 'iit.d iiIres, Inh rraatio,.ul ~Ijil d i ft AT! ANTIC ClTl, h. -President johnsoii stuod A MAldI I 0, Tf X. -(LCI 8en,. Barry (,old,.ter legislative o'ati.Il ichl.Ird(lDtck) before 3,500 chee ring steelworkers yesterday ,ind (lefendel his running mi te against 'basslens M.nd rhonipstu I *sigtitet .s lagi ,Iatlve pledged he will cut excise taxes next year is part infitmois"' conflict of Interest charges and attacked council rlirsentativ. (roil Mtr of a six point program designed to give e',erv AmernPresidient Johnson', thandliiw of the Viet Nflm Cl isis Phree Airat 1)1 itdernt d a can ramify more money to spend. yestvrlay in ., ma jon hid Io wit, the Pres ident' rdet1h oe vetra. The taxes are levied againstt a long list of items home territory.-lmp ,whhi srd w ranging from television sets and automobile tires to The day of re koaing for Vitet Nami must not terniN ci th, coun II. sitt he furs, jewelry aid even long distance telephone calls. be delayed,'' thy' Gt 4 presidenial nomlne. said *S wsi rSgng his ts.w.rIon, .Murpre, Johnson made the pledge after .he swung through Tulsa, OkL.Ai., hul ufhs an to fr cmurr. the 1.2 million -member United the Texas Panhandle; Albuquerque, Ae osn oofcmu Sewrks fA reaUW)N.M. and the Texas south plain. housing rer,'ntly and Iracompliance gave him '' nniosedos. This admInistration haS,. sue Gvnmn nttment. isuaiosndre r8Wve h r d of lie toaser (o REAL GUSTO' is shown tionjl nil,. Johnson said that the excise tax in connection with the fighting by Evon Wadsworth as she flthmiin was tie td majority cw ring 'ie and woene tofnc u e wtct g to domestic matters, prepares for her part inthe srin (olwncteMjrt Amerca. e sad tht iftheGoldwater acrusedJohnsonofmlsGator Growl. See editorl.eader Buddy lilaIn's decision to American prosperity boom conpresidential and Florida gvberusin th "Reveue Srve.d f il e4 tinues its present trend, the natorial candidateswillbeincluded "whena thee Preieo'S, (Photo by Nick Arroyo) (Continued on Page 2) average Thmuly income within the on a straw vote basis In the Oct. Wnie Stte Preseet of h next three decades will be "twice I Student Government (SG) elcUitedh in ateal eeue serce to I A what It is 'low ,,o .tmae peoera do what e wsvc teof lf lf il flCAI The President launched perhaps ta dents will get achance to vote to do i wht they don' wan to Ut n E E d -A SE .W W U his bitterest attack of the camfor presidential candidates LynldOn dothnIsyowriwog' d-te aypwri -rong "paign against RepUolIcan Candidate Barry M. Goldwater. 'Te 3,500 delegates and 1,200 guests applauded long and loud. They Interrupted his speech between 50 Anrd 6O times. "And we will do adl these things because we love people Instead of hating them; because we have faith In America, not fear of the future; because we are strong men of vision instead of frightened cry babies; because you know it takes a man who loves his country to build a house instead of raving, ranting demagogue who wants to tear down onc."' Later, urging a forwarsi look, Johnson added: "Beware of thos who fear those who doitand those who rave and rant about the dangers of p rog re ss. ..Embrace those who tell you to follow the Golden rule. ." He said ''those who think we have hit our peak. ..b~etter get out of the way becaus, they'll be run o ver b y a niarching America. Balnes Johnson and Barry Goldwater, and guabernatorial candidates Charles Holley and Hayden Burns, along with the usual SG candidates. Forum Series Today e Prof. Waiter A. Rosenbaum of the LUF political science department will lead .' politie clurrents forunntoday fran, noon to 2 p.m. at the presbyterian University Cen-. ter, 1402 W. Unhlverslty Ave". tThis is the firt of eries until election week in Novenibee Thse discussions will investigate views of significant factions of the major political parties, a nd according to Rosenbaun,. H. did not amplify. It wt understood he was auggestilu that the President was atakinj tax riprts available to certain robimH. told a cheering crowd of 6,000 ii Amarillo that "'we arn at war in VIeM Nam.and 115 time we talked about it j, War.' As he arrived In Amarilliocold. water Ioined vice prebidentla ca"didite William Miller in, nlouncing charge. That Miller migh be guilty of conflict of Intern't is a congressman from New York''ilt Miller's honesty Is twyondc reproach," Goldwater ,aid-. "The ba,.eles% ansiditou% attack l aunche d againstt him for purely political purposes do nob retiedt on him-they reflect on the political leaders who encourage thm. "I ami completely % lt lfied will Miller's oren and above hoard record, by the truth of hiN %Iat menti ari the lnttegrity of hi, personal and jiusines, actlvitle, He has my full confIdence and may full support. V .O.T Student Body .E. I resident *Kennedy lashed back yesterday at *charges made by V.O.T.E. l egislative Majority lader thaiL tis -Gator Party ,dm nistr'a thou "Is an otvioun failure." -Tonapson rieslgtwd his jwsItiin yester day, complying with the Conslitutional rule that a I .gislative otstcil representative must r-. sI gr If he 'hanges his arit. or residenrr. Tionmp'.on I hargei Mr udav th.' '"They (G.tor Party Adminai.tr, lion) hive aelther prrsrrt.I .ny ,ort of prog r am to IIhe I 'VlsI five Ciu i l l i Iar .'h y Avkv I.ai n(f mu' h of iuytlalag"' kteahakly Nai I tanrmpson un far fr',n teirg orrei t i bIN sI h-nrat and Ha his y'Slimli ion oftlL,.ixrtliln of the platform ronmpi.t.-."We lane rOnaplet.Il IS of ii. Critics 57 planks In cur ph at-nam and h.v. f Iu hf( a (tw imapr rurial or a n, ,. r s ivry'' Kennedy salki. MI IaitI ail y. lii. re~pre,.ents *ppnoxim~ itely 6! prr tint of t,' It Fil., r s mnith, Kernedy mIa (in lf ''i. ruff"' ,.NtImlaa 1h% Insr 'i i f the piatfornm *a .ihSonplea. I.ater and 'loser s C'itii" ; rfE"'e'I' a figure of 40 per vent, 2 of tha' 57 p1.nks comleted.FirmTilr V.( ,.K. I' a r ty Pr'o. j~ul liendrick r'a ntiy charged in .a V.( .r.E. iincrtinj that ioniy IN Iwr 'cut of (Ih. K cin idy p t ft rm niIsa 0 Iompleta. "As for Ua' thr,,' sp.t iliprisr ii i, aty tgidge,' he-gan 1h1m11 j1-I I .ii.r (Continued ills inch,. K a' lii .'I again I,. On Page 2) Reitz Favors Board of Regents Plan ED AREE Stuff Write. A proposed Florida constitutional amendment establlshiung a Board of Regents to replac, the Board of Control would assure better ewperienc. In educ.tion'. controlling body and be a "tremendo,. stride" in removing politics from higher education, according to.Ur Pr's. J. Wayse Rfltz. "Il in. amendment is passed iin November, whIch I am 100 per cent for,'' Reiti said, ''it will assure But the statute won't be stitutlonal question of a "What -e will be yotU continued." Is to make implemented until a cooterm, of office is settled. ng otn in Novemb.r," he it permissiv, to appoint members of the board up to nIne years. The present constitution prohibits anyone .rvng on the boar' for over four years." Reitr, pointed out that members appointed for t'inw years know tIhat they will be serving mnder two governors and "they then are able to sit back and loo& at the long rang. vIew of lhb. rned. in t,. such an uncertain ronk of .adership, sucfl lack od authority, such fluid membership, such ewsland susceptibility to political personalities and political prNSUrPS, sueth .ubordlnatios to other stats .dminlstrashy. agencIes, a. Is found in Florida." But the report gp. on to *ny that the Board of Control rOntaIPS 'om. peopI. who ar.'.utraordnatlly rapabl&' and "dedicated." 'DMspIt. their best efforts, honnvr," hicDoeuld continues, "the state wnrsltl. suffer damaging weakne.,e from thi. lmnpect, noEo the board members, Starts

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0 Coin CI Reitz (Continued from rage I) all of the members of .' highereducational board in other states>, a variety of devices has been developed to "hedge in and constrain such authority." The list given by Dr. Kammerer of major restraining devices are: I. Long overlapping terms miakIng ii impossible for any governor to make a majority of appointruents within the rour year term of his office and thereby influence university politics. 2. Nomination of trustees or regents by various groups, including, the university or college alumni association. 3. iiO exclusion of th, talwersity system from various types of administrative controls applicable to ordinary state agencies. 4. Restriction on removal by the gove rnor of members ot boa rds of trustees or regents appointed by him. Kennedy (Continued from Page I) Kennedy mentioned s evyer al programs which he said have been carried through to completion by his Administration. These include review sessioiu In courses other than the C-courses, dormitory dances, establishment of the Moral. Commission replacing the Secretary of Traditions, lowe r stiidtit inwuranice rates With '2tended coverage and completion of every single plank In the pitform under the heading "Stwdent Justice," which deals with the Honor Couri. Kennedy also pointed to his party's aekhievemeiits in the area of international students, Including the arr angemont of tours, *.Iabllshvnent of aspeaker's bureau and sponsorship of International Week. T hornpson (Continued franm Page I) resign from the position. BMain again served as Acting Majority leader during the second summer session when Thompson returiud home after compfrtion of "A" term. Thompson, 21C, has been a storm Center for a recent controversi, between Pr. Ken Kflnedts Gator Party Admiralsirate.n ad the V.O.T.E. majority is the Legislative CouniL. Thompsot s lae r tocobrnid, her to -otimme sernig on the Ccuci), I a. reslgniqg In cornpnase. with that secttina fth lb BfStdn Body C--tituddsahgas .1* th. residsenepreqdtreas hfr I 'lag areas rnprestatlveL'' The ifat body ccmstitdiccn shites that a tagtsksiv. Ccaucil reprwseatative elected from.a pnrdcuhar Ares must forteit his at if he moves oit ofthls lvirc hanger For [lhe mbn. irn t)LIJg uprpj1h* by ( o., ( oli .it ti o -A$Ll Coin changing martines ire to be Installed in the recreation rooms ofBrowardHalJ, Yulee Hall, and RawlIng% Hall, and the fourth rtachlne is to be installed in the 1st floor vending machine room, of Jennings Hall. The machines will be of the type which returns five dimes for ahall-dollar. "The girls have it especially bad," said Ostrow, explaining why the machines would be Installed in gIrl's dorms only. 'They are locked tp early at night, and they are unable to get out for change. "Flume Hall has its own changers, which were bought by thu area council. These work very well; and Murphre. Area is right Coost. I he girls needed them Coeds tt'at ., l'1J3>&,, Jll' vend If mI< h f le ialigri ,* 6 lWein xt r emelv h.IpPAl in gettnW them inisilled. He il,.o aid thit he is hoping to get mat hin. torToliwrt and Graliam ire is In the lea r tutur. We dents,"' to put are doing thiP for the Ituid Ustrow, ''not just a feather iin our cap."' Ostrow also said that he was conducting a survey to find out whether more pay-telephones are needed in the dorms. 'Un.fortunately, free phones seem to be out," he said. ''There are ]ust so many trunk lines that the university switchboard can handle, and with the present expansion of the university, there is no more room." Goldwater Map Out \bm 'ln ght to bI n I Ig I" victmr V" In C tin,! I eoin, prt>Idt ,f the IItrtN for Goldw ite' The mieting was held In the Slorlda t'nion Auditorium to d i scu s-, p a n s for helping Republican presidential nominee Barry Goldwater be elected. [eur explained that students could assist by driving voters (0 the pols on election day, canvassing precincts to get voters r eg iste re d and distributing informative pamphlets In the information booth across from the Hub. The main activities of the group, however, will center around Homecoming. "Goldwater Girls" will appear in the Homecoming Parade, and the group plans a across the street from tile Cold Students Strategy C 'I ttuiig s Flomiecomting go HIPl CIittt, the 4tatf of Youth for Goldwater similar political groups on other campuses. Albert ii II [Ur -dWor rep rese nting t he ofir G old wa te r HeadquartenI Gainesville, spwke of the hiv J s om e ne ws med i Wirs Goldwater but declared thattl group could combat prejudIi(, b) informing the public of the true opinions of Goldwater. Chet Cornwall introduce thi group's plans to raise funds: $~ per sh are Victory Club kontwl stamps on which Goldwater's pie. hire appears above the Yloga "Trade In Johnson for 4 r Goldwater." a ENGINEERS & SCIENTISTS: General Dynamics Astronautucs offers you the challenges of the future -today. As the space-oriented division of the great General Dynamics C orporation. Astronautics has a heritage of leadership in the development of our nation s current space capabilities We continue to build on this strong background as we design and develop new systems and devices that will help to shape the future course of space technology. Your alert response to the fascinating challenges we offer will establish guidelines for your successful career at Astronautics Scientific and RESEARCH, RtEL lABIL IT technical opportumtues exist .n all degree levels an activities that include DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, COMPUTE R PR OGRAMMING V. and ADMINISTRATION .,-. if-

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-~ T ~ fl'WYr 0 P I N JON CrDi ) N4~E'(IE'd talentedd persons in the t' campus, mud Ae know tbere Irmany of then, are needed today To I (.,tcr Growl. Tryouts for the Growl will be held tonight it 6:20 pin. in the (lriversIty Auditorium. Deadline for entries wil I be this ftt.rnoon. If any UF students are Inte tested In appearing on Gdtor Growl they should contact (,rowl !)irector Tomi Kirby sometime today. Growl has been tn Impreslvu show In th.e past; let's IlI try to make it .ven better this ye er. j)44.ltIditor TI BE' Named -/ ii41r~xAt,-.%~n-~ The Bou' of Student Publications is now manned it rull complement, With the offclal approval by UF Pres. J. Wayne Reitz this week of Barbara Keller and Bob Wilson, the Board is n1w Able to act on the rather Important business that has been for so long awaiting its action. In the next meeting of the Board, scheduled for Tlhursday, an editor and various sub-editors of The New Orange Peel, UF humor magazine, will be selected, We commend the persons responsible for this action, but wish it could have come about sooner. We have conferred with some of the potential Peel editors, and they have assured us that it will still be possible to have the first issue of The Peel on sale before the November 3 election, If some earlier actioh had been taken by the Board of Student Publications, we would likely have had a Pee: at HomeWe would like to offer our congratulations to the UP student body for the excellent spirit demonstrated at Saturday's football game against SMU. The football team looked good; the band looked and sounded good; the card section looked good; the fans looked good. Television viewers of the game saw the UF student body on their best behavior. We were proud to witness this demonstration and were especially glad to observe so many "spiritcaps" in the stands,. TODAY'S QUOTE "Honesty is praised and then left to starve." Juvenal The.e F lorid a ALLG ATOR Served by United Press Internationrd Managing Editor. ....... Executive Editor. ....... Assistant Managing Editor. Assistant Managing Editor. .. Editorial Page Editor. .... Sports Editor. ....... City Editor. ......... Campus Living Editor. .... Editorial Assistants --Bruce .......... ....,. .* .. .........*. .....* ...... ..Walker [undy .Joel Gaston .* ..Ron Spencer ..enny Cason .Itve Serkowit, ..Jim H am mock .Glenn Laney ...Skip Haviser Jackie Cornelius Dudley, Tova Lvtne. Jim Cauteflo, Ann Carier, Don Federman, Nancy Brachey, San hUlman, Eruis U~ta(Circmhation Manager), Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). Rhpiflers -Ed Barber (Tigart Hall Beat ChicO), Patti Pitt (Base Gonerument Bhat Chin), Jim Claxton, Hall Cain, Joe Kow~a, Das Mowbray, Bob Goltb, Docal Decker, Jo. Waldorf, Jfla Meflemeqgh, Sharon Kelley, Yvett Cardozo, Grej Sell., Jo Monitt, Cyjtha Thnstau, Arni haperstein, WIUIam Se, EKale TU1e Frank ShepOrd, Edwin Browuri, Harold Aldrich, Las Ahaaber, Agmas Fowle., Gernid Jones, FranSnider, Thelma TPSSmn DUD ewki, Marjorie Gwen, EInn Langt.In, David Ksms, Manily, nils~, Uas Brewer, Pri. McCollnster, Cistie Vadrlrg, Susan H. Smnith, David Ropes, T.rry Semens. Bet lHulback. Keren Hack. Shekdon Ciment. Jomntnston. FROM THE THIRD FLOOR Fii-striig Or Si r -struck Now let's be serious. Both V.O.T.E. andGator Parties have plenty of sour apples in their political barrels, and both could use a double-barrel doseof idealism. But Student Government President Ken Kennedy is assuming quite a bit when he attributes his victory last spring to "catching the campus imagination." A more proper version is that amidst aseemningly sure victory last spring, VOTE Party set about losing the election as hard us possible rather than Gator winning it. I DON DAVIS B. that as it may, the fact jColumnis is that Paul Hendrick left an outstanding record a s student body president. And regardless of whether Hendrick himself, w as responsible for t fi o s e accomplishments, Ken Kennedy does not appear to be be gaining such record. Which of the two men wis and is the better SQ President, in art over-all sense, might be debatable. No doubt Hendrick would have a slight edge on accomplishment, and there ire many reasons for it,. Hendrick spent more time on the ]ol). Office hours were scheduled every daiy, and cabinet meetings were held it periodic intervals. While Kennedy's administration seems to keep the cabinet members mindful of meetings mdt wlhit they Are to do, there Is some doubt as to Kennedy's own 'veracity'' when it comes to putting In the necessary tim,' It tikes to he student body president. According to iilformatiLon obtained fr.,mr the Student Governmett Office on I lo rida Union's t h ird floor. Ken Kennedy spends Monday, Tuesday, and Thutsday. from the hours of 3-5 p.m. in his office. Apart from this time, Kennedy drops in *1 odd hours, .i few minutes most mornings, or whenever the mood or ne i strikes. This is not to say that Ken Kennedy is not effective is 8G President. But compared to the Monday through Friday, from 3-5 p.m. shedule of Hendrick last year, plus the former president's unscheduded time spent attending to student affairs, some doubt exists as to how rigorously Kennedy is attending to his duties. Another possible eiplaziation, on which recent "inefficiency" charges against Kennedy hive been based, could be the lack of partisan compatibility between the administrative and legislative branches of student go--ernment. However, because the opposition party controls the legislative council, the Kennedy administra and replaced by this reporter. Both Freerm n and myself took the majority position becittt our views corresponded with those of Hendrick's on what were the needs of the student bodyFreedman later disagreed. The point of this discussion, though, is tlia it is necessary to have a .council that fnor. the administration's program. Notonlybeciauw the council approval or disapproval is > important, but simply because the emph e and publicity in student government has shifted to this area. To be effective, the administr itin needs to have a channel of communicatIwn the members of Its party, and this is the o of the majority leader--or minority leader. The minority leader, Earl Barker, of Gatrn Party, can try, but really cannot be effective in guiding administrative programs through the legislative council. He simply doesn't H iv' the votes. 'The majority leader of V.O.T.E. Patty, whoever that might be, should strive to support what he onsiders to be the best interests of the student body. The fact that he mast work with a president of the other party should not enter into the picture except where he reels partis il polities ire being elevated above the well -beir of the a tudent body. In other words, an opposti,n party majority leader should be a watch log when NECESSARY, but he should never let attempL', to block the administratiOn's pr} grams simply because It is the administrator programs. V.O.T.E. Party has more 0t less adc,,ted .Pl" nothing to help and do nothing to harm'' jttitte toward tie administration's non-political pr'' grams. This is wrong. If the well-being of student body is at stake, the only choice V lend support to the needled programs. l jy g j 14)1Tg bert E.DITOH. In regard to the letter from Mr. H.5w11t, -5EG, Tolbert Area, I have a few wordS to say. I believe that the practice ofa university band is as necessary and proper on a college campus as any other school function such as R.O.T.C., sports arid social groups. It is apparent that you are lacking ii i musical background (to any degree) aid so little school spirit that it would be lost on a pinhead. Since you find the music and practice hours of the band so offensive, I suggest that you do one of the following: (I) Go to the library to study (2) Apply for housing in Hime or Murphree (3) Be thankful that you hv rboom ID dorm. Many students are having to live offA

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14Wiw.L. ws'rr w~ swinmlin.in ____________________________;_____ I '4 1 '-5 I' l~ ~ I 'r sot nil iltlllations, -> nst, a 1 t like to makt known to VIIu my Tiand't-, m r, ireas which dIrectly 4 on err, both Volt it student body, I. I Amf extremely pleisw' to [ aie Alligator each flornirg. The nitionial .l is most helpful, the c ampas ries [S Cark complete, and the delivery of the p pen tirn' runsenient for the qtudi'nts Is excel Len. It n far cry from wh it we hadl 'a high si ho, ,ad the benefits derived .rc ((omm~erlsus at, to thb hard work you put In it.* Score on for tin, Alligator. 2. Re: your editorial endorsemrutnt of I yrnlin Johnson on the 14th. It was, lr a word, mnn. In the words of Mr. Goldwater, the eli lion thIs year provides a dei'Unite "choice, not tn echo.' With this In mind I find it hard to comprehend your backhanded endorsement, which you concluded by saying "Thus, we el that, while much of what Goldwater says should be heeded and Incorporated into our presentday thinking and not disregarded, still the leadership should remain in Its present hands."' How you can reconcile this with the first part of the editorial, in which you vowed t0 take a "forceful" stand on the issues, I do nut know. You cannot have your cake and eat it too. You cannot have Lyndon Johnson in the White House carrying out Goldwater policies. In short, there is a choice to be made. Please make it in keeping with your anniounced editorial policy. Score one against you. 3. When I first read your editorial renourncing your preferred seats, I vigorously applauded your stand. I am among the freshmen who stood in monstrous lines for long periods of time, (and wound up with poor tickets, anyway.) So I carried myself, in all my brimming self-righteousness for our noble cause, up to the office of Hugh McArthur, head of setting for SG. He then proceeded to explain the seating set-up to me, and the most telling point he made Is that your new position doe> nut afect the grass roots student body one whit, arny more 4 1 'll the bies alp U.' ted t' n e II ll''tlci t i, O t a net e tf in inpuai ~tr 11o prsast.,~ 'o i rtf,'i,ietaii,. s 1kg cn ['ItTuldtd ti ltl'in." **olnti wl,' as It utmler to ow t t this, w'h.' wiork ', sot ,Il entire < pit 11ath 'ustqm'rn ((rettpi Is Atl& hi w,.i ps ning tutm ted tI to uthni) ait this p1 amne' lii fiacal Ibitant. Aii staulent call >It iii tic, If he ,o tloes. Ihir, fi iter rits, hkunin, S, ciji m ans othei 'III, S. lDerpfomr, aiy stuj'ina, if I,, Is wtllin. to tike part 1n < anmpu. life,, I I sat rNI thelv whlml hi wishes. Ina sa h.o'l of tis >l1/*, Al artn ask (r tee 111 mtlI P. inK .M)~Ti 'fint One -Thank you. Point I wo --W hive endorsed I yradona. awns Jtlitsori tar lr'siieant over Barry Cioliw attr. lDo wi have to show the blind enthusiasm of many of the latter's followers, in crier to like 't"ori .InI" stand as promised' Mr. (mldwater as you say, points out this election provides "a choice, not an echo."' The Alligator his made Its chot a', 'fort. Iul'' or not. Point Three--You ask what could be fair than giving Student Government, Blue Key and The Alligator sura'-h't SO-yardl ln. seats and making ev.rylbody else take thrir chanrtes it the .omnmittee's "rotation'' plan 'Why not give everybody the s,' ne break' lTht W( II) t,. fair. It is not "outmoded"' to reward "those who work.'" Hut are Stud,'nt (.overnment, Blue Key and lh. Allig itai the only people who work a' the ( '(ur tonterit on is rio. APODOS IS: I)un ( ote RIlCK SCHUSTER Staff Writer Either fortunately or wdortunilely revolutIons don't occur about student governments oil A merican universities. There may be iii occasional student riot, but how often ire they directed against student Government, even If the last incipient riot aimeld at the administer a tdon on this campus wan quashed with the aid mnd comfort of SG. (In ease you don't renmembtr It was when the original Orange Peel w I Obliterated.) Therefore, if the students aver wiunt to work for a radical change in 11he r gua I-polit i( ii campus system they miust work (or ,j r idir Il evolution. Usually this sort of thing aN associti't with major constitutional revisions. The upcoming by-election can effect no radical changes in SG. One party or another will get a majority. Vague programs wlleither be delayed or pas.ed. Granted that a nucleic bunch of Independent council members may be decisive, but the 'nherent meanhzgiessness of SG to the great mass Sf etidats slil continue. Th1e almost total alienatIon of student to governnwnt will be S ustahwed. Out of all this comes a vage feeling of frustration. Alter all, how man you meanlnglully partlcipet. In th, student political lIfe of this tampua short of joining SC yourself, V,410 ther z8 Ioine of pressur. held by the student or a cowwil member onuce he is *frcfrd. The dropping of members from the council hasp 'a *h ,. h.~*1 *a mai nlt a )eI. I .,ia the propaganda probably floomtlng a rouryl the dorms in the next week, why vote Determined, aativ, apathy In (he election an k>more for a z adical evolution tiC SG then vot ing meanInglessly. lDynamac nion-partiripation ana udemonstr at,' voter resolve for a new system. U'nhs, the student body rubber sa mps party -picked I g.ounci I ouar S(, system becom,,, mnilngle'sh to its hr aeers. Someday, the shocking apathy it th. I ampus c .r fort, St leaders nt, .a serious epprais I if (hi entire syslema if they do rnt wish to sri' their paw.'r pass to 'I Iert 11411. II you really wish to j sr a i rplul ballot on e>t. M, osw riot to cas? It. Deadline h. i I',h r ptk a .21 ,,, pz at4' n '.ii Bt *tLC of thiN tfril. K a II CminiI studis starttl their ,n,'-t~~ti c arirrs miar. rasilv at ,iiietll th i pi evitocs V. rr. rt. goal o( irlent itan Weik a 'a diii ii ecl atltin Io annm Ii!e, w S ach$,ei so *1ll only?, hrUs. rif the Af.iii quality of this Ve''''s .1tud' ai lpartitip inits,. (iT lii wV ie Zr itefuji. William t. (robs lI rsatol oii ririntati,, F' red I a at Not I M ,ei I brug. I 4 .1 in tomnpit a1gr.m'nit with (hr Afligator'' rdattarttal en th Ii' ohcotic "short-cut (i nmaturity,'' andi felt irmpilsed to write this litter on another ugly asp.'.'( ti th. Immaturity regularly %htowr by stami U F students A( tMnoball My wife ind I watched the playing from the eest St aids nrar the north end z~one. We sat III mixed group of students and thelt datis, students and wivet, and students who rimefith. gamei aLI*nI. ~WIthin shouting iistainc., In thlt end-,rnr st tids, sat a groUp, ot y'Wlg BOY Scouts. There was no mndiiatlon of wholesale drInjklng in that are a, but this fart only serve. to mak.' udae nt artlouns the ra the mtor. repri.A'a eviry turn of t h. game, it se, rmed, sonm. sort 4 f obis'. ne muaithIing ft lied the .1 r. To list any of the aaumaarous phrases and epithets which wer,' uaeai would requIre censoring (hii. letter for publIcatIon. At one point, in isagreement with .rail of the referees, one group adjacent took *4p 4 WIn -ird rhanung refrain which -in arny other public hltuation arid with a bar. minimruml Cf social training -any reasonable person would hive at least ?aaid under his breath, out of r.,nsideraira for others' girl -friendm, wives trid Ililcdren. What kind of socially itwnted batbles arm. these' try make mn. tick. Sam ni lher a puhic m~oralint nor a wcil prude. If I could corral a 6*w of these yOUng gent., I would gladly .xplaIn --. in their own termioology arnd moir. effIciently -. why they ate misusing this segm.nt of the languag. by us~ing It before the general public. Maybe this letter will givi Mom* of them Oh.' luau. __ _. "c(i e_2TUC for applications far NEW ORANGE to: WEDNE SDA Y, SEPT. 23, 5 P.M. Interested parties may apply at ( ~ ~ 11. 1leirida Alligator will he hippy to publish rlt I.tter.-to -tih a.lt'ar whit h sLpaa, will permit. A nyurn. i hlg to voicehI opl ni in in ti C ashirin Is r,.efmiieI to Inc lude liii signature, cljiifIcatloan, and phone nurrb.'r. PEEL E DI1'ORSH iPS has been EX TENDED

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* -( r M -,~t N I" k K~} I baY: ) iflptu tyiIwriter. fmly e n p riruotir. %30. l -2 (jIkSI)N Electric (uat.'r.Elxrrllent ccndltioni. C. ll FR 6 -VH8. (A--13It-i). 250 C. Si' PTI SABE H /und mpp. Contact Frink it i I ribi,, Phi house mit 6:10.(A-l'i-St-c. PORTABII T:.p. Recorder, ili trajisistot prelion set wih sped duil tr ick. ( omplete with telephone plikup .mfl4I foot ccotntrl like new. all FRt 2-7134. (A-il5t-c). 1959 TRIP MPH Motor cycle. 500 cc., god condition. $325. (all 3781161. (A -1231-c). 1964 HlONDA I5O Esxcellent condition. $425. See .it Shady Nook Trailer Ptark, lot IS. 3101 SW 3411h Street. (ff Archer Road. (A-l2-3t-c). 1962 BMW Motorcycle, 260 cc. $450. Call Dive Frisby, Rmi. 2171 at 376-9136. (A-12-St-c). .8*1Y14aNn 1936MM NOW! 3 SMASH HITS! LAST 2 TIMES 8:50 ii. Shown lst at 7:00 Constance Towers THE NAKED KISS 3rd Bonus Hit at 10:30 F. Sinatra 1. Harvey MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE See 2 Hits Late as 8:50 I;ous. rh -y*r, h .]'F t u 'iltt, $l;Wg lists np fl gow,,, $2C, full lenigiti rIrrol mnd Dresser nut ror, $2.50. Anytime 'I II1 L. University AvL.4( ott 'ge #I). (A-12 -3I-c). I{(C) Al BUM >il., ii,,,Ro k midRoll, antd Folk. l ess thin 1/2 PrIce .5e it 1556 NW 2jid fire Ajit I) AU-ft-c NOW !NrERvIEWIN(, mile ,Md female (tull and part time for Kings Food host USA. Va riois positions available. Apply in person Sept. 24 and 25 it 130 S.W. 13th Street. (E -13-21-c). E XPE R IE NC EI IDR U M MI R ieted for college lance band. Ciii 372-6086 after 5 p.m. (E 12-ti-nc). MODERN Shoe Repair Shop Expert Shoe Shi nes All Types Shoe Polish Shoes Repaired While You Wait In Carolyn Plaza At 101 N. Main Downtown St. KAISER'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT We have 78 USED TYPEWRITERS EXCLUSIVE OLYMPIA DEALER RENTALS Expert Repairs 604 N. Main St. Phone 2--9607 A Li' -|1 11 3 M'I <'V.n t il I 'I .1.! i b 30 4. 'Ce t' nH. F P\\I1.R .U\\. F & ix, cxlient MIPI. MuTh sell. $I25 or best offer. Very good rciidition. 376 -1930. tu-IJ-It-c). 19GbNW MF. [)F.S 8pn, i901. \lust Nd I. Blue with red tnt, rior, new ft restornes, clein I nsitle mnd out. Call 11cer 7 p.m. 172-32W6. (012-.it-p,). 1960 DKW good mechanic Il con litton. ( all 37b-32l1, Ext. 5595 ask for SvenI)In (Ci-12 -St J1 ne gs -c). Cottorn.Or 372 4 nlt week -6)98 ends. '6! TEMPEST Wagon Auto Trans. H & II -low mileage -new condillon. $995. Ken Rymnal, Shady Nook Trailer Court, Lot #48., (G-Il-St-c)-. 1959 OLIDSMOHILE 98, fully equipped with air-conditioning. $300 for equity and take over payments of $55.50 per month. Call Ext. 5131 before 5 o'clock; ask for Mr. Chen and alter S call 372-2127. (G-ll-3t-c). 1958 TRIUMPH TR-3. Very good condition, painted recently. Boot cover, tonneau, good tlres.Asktng $850. 1215 SW 4th Ave.After 4:30. (G-9-5t-p). 1952 MG REBUILT, beautiful new interior, new paint Job. Will finance. Call FR 2 -1694. (G-9-l0t-c). i wi gu in ._ ,'* e i .ton, s i l -r .i. \n 1t i s, \s Ii'! l t \t I I ote h \ !:0t ci. I NI TM!li'ii) F I lG with sh Ire' of Tria V luti. I-tv fur $l.5() pe t oese for umite r -I .sotk. .rom i privileges rig!. Flying hour inbi $2(h) 347 IiARBF IS >pe ii lite In tazof hit r cuts. F or spec La cuL. cal I for Ippointment 6 days a* week 8-12. C irolyt, P Ian Ilarbr Shop. Phone 2-9129.*(NIII31-c). GUITAR IE&SONS In Fiamnenco, Folk, lults, and Country Styles with experienced Instructors. Also Kazoo, Washboard arnd Jug. Telephonw 372 -4653. (M-9 -St-c). G UITA R -BA NJO Instruction; Classical, Flamenco, Folk and Beginner. Gretch, Espana, Fender and Epiphone Guitars. Gainesville Music Center 1023 -1025 West University Ave. Phone 372-5421. (M-8-St-c). WANTED: Student parents who would like to reduce their baby-s itt ing e expenses. Join Our babysitting pool For more information call 376-0372. (C-liSt-f). WAINTED 1950 thru and Chevrolets. Al Service Station, 918 Street. (C-5-20t--c). 1954 Fords Herndon's S. E. 4th No matter what type of clientele you wisn you'll reach them with The Florida Alligator. We speak their language. & 7/6#xx#! -For Rent stidenit. N* In stitppiug cutter ut Lii 4ikiing .list 'no 0! iaps Nee it 104 sW 8th St. 13-12-Uf ni). Vt)NMPLETEIFI V FL'RNISIE 1) 2 btuiroom, 2 bith home or Lake ('owpens. 23 mIles (35 run.) to Down town. $85 per month. 3727658 week days. (B-P2-St-c). SMALL ROtM -I block from campus. Private entrance and baith -very quiet. $40 per month. Call FR 8-2439 after 7:00 p.m. (B3-12 -3t -p). WILL TRADE '56 Ford Victoria lin excellent condition for motorcycle. Contact Bob FR 8-2689 after 1:00 p.m. (D-12-4t-p). Luost & Foud IXD T -One brown purse at Phi Kappa Tau House. Please return papers. Reward. Please return or call Shacle Smith FR 6-9348, Zota House. (L-lS-St-c). LeST -green clutch purse, contaiitng green wallet In the vicinity of SAE house. Money not Important buit need valuable papers returned. Call Susie, Rm. 2111, 2-6381. CLl3-lt-p) WILL Dhe couple wallet belonging to at the America,, return It to the Andersoc or call lt-p). *who found a Roberts. Engel station please C-3 office, 207 6-8090. (L-136r (OKAY, FLOWERS, BACK TO THE GYM) IBOX OPENS 1 P7M1 4 AC .-WHO'S IN juans IT? ,me$sm8r BETTER SHOULD D AIN't IT AT ROL IFIEJ Trade to attract, NE .---wm meeramm -a me ---. mes., s --,-14 its .-

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HIC Needs Personnel pe I ire cojstri Itmn worker s iii persons Nkillesi In electroic And COmmiYe~fhitiliS U, gtuik on Gator Growl. Applications for workers may b.e obtaA'wd in Room 314 of the Fir di tnuon rroyt 1-5 p.m. floIIa allqatoR For Best Ad Results GOLF Driving Ronce U.S. 441 North OPEN Saturday all dcv Boa.m. -S8p.mvi. Monday Thru Friday AND Sunday I p.m. -8 p.m. Phone 372-7066 Waves Storm Coast Army Team Visits V atep i'It i>t< Sipt fliatter 1s r.jsto'I upi to 7K ni.p.h. Ih., toil to IIitt; a. n. or pasube mdth,' iethir hLi i il r~elxrtc ii a flt.m~e is fir Iltrthl a ""\( I I ll" ie li~nh~itiil o .srut" shrv to h.d l'r.'sIii F brnsons .mti povil Iy progtaria Sen. li>o k. init,, i-N.Y., raised brief protest aboil double g~ holding. II. rfri ti to >lri ver's dual i. is I arps li ertot. vote wIth to idibi,' ojipisithta,. WI d I IId ifetmto iiv j tuition ini dirt t co Ni i titl S .tt, I h. ltdt *[Tei.nIng hsit n mmSitston> "ceini Iro t rmiint, U',' LH*st*L of P hgg teild. i ii ItOll ss-t n p.m.i "Ill theA I tt I Ih I I ,Wed rN a pr 'g rim tor secall ii thi I Iht Ii' Arm la sgt I-idproh' H II' Stu dent P A I F stui,!. J mei A. AI kiia,un. JAR of 506 sw 42nd Sir, i~~ prt'sented a petition if 'ppm oximiately 210 s Ignaturt, to the clivy oni icll Monday night xski rg for a lion ira city drainig.' pn4lems. w* Kb Ih ~t im '[j'oit Lu h Ies w tn f a scth stuiriit to L%( 0'er 'IbIe training wtlr lP lllini thei t ilttal y ollig ,tt&n. lle thng thti Imni will tat (apFlllet. I .aptain Milhir I. Iitcrest.,I hn coint1'tling womet.n who niay iiary for ttutttia isisnio in tha ft.ldt or phyvital andt orec,pnhlioilA' h-rapr And iwr'ng It. EI 10 will discus, tuitonl .i'lt.Incr with senior medical tudents id Ii ric 011mmfss ions Of s.nior ,ttkients in the I 'five rsity. I~tition Cit The petition .jsks city officials I. 1., whatever h. ne'rt*sary to %olvt. t, sei Louis dralnag. probilrms in Gainesvll,'. ilrc.,na Inoix I.'tt lb. .rc. runi Adklnsoal'. pri px.rty In the Iloqtowni (r,'k ale a flooded, iin luudlng 1w,, Lieof w.ter Inside his hott4$. City Manager WillhIam T. Green Jr., "aid that the. petition would be r.rerreci to the l'ublir Works Comm nult., anid .II, to the County "*it nm iy he %omtI timi. heforaWV (Anl 'U ii work CXm the project, but It will luntiled as fast as ponIbl,' sidl (ommflisutOfer I. Ft. Turlingron. Adkiwson said he believed the city would hjve gorn. to work oc the problem r.girdlesa of his p.tItlon, but he wanted Ic make ., forniji rsquesi for .ctioo. Traffic Ticket Whlat every gradnaini engineer (and flui priesrs) should KNOW abOut -& --~'I .Sure, everybody's got a career program Hut We inat yous ini u ours a lit. more stimulating, more rewarding, and atlat in tinguing enough to spend the next minute or so reading about i We call it our "Career Aaceleration Program "In it. you II work on suidh advaNced projects as an avionics system for supersonic aircraft, 8 Iuidance/navigition system for te AolCommrnd Monhduhle n LEM,,nd a iewguidiince system for the Titan Ill space launc vea SEven hours a day you'll work on a specific project You ii spend one IL Physics, we invite you to inquire about t,. onportunles at any of our flue locations AC in MILWAUNlEE-04Ji nusen research, doel merit and manufacturing tacity AC in BOSTON-ocr RIneardh and Development Laboratory soeciakwng in advanced inertial comig.nents spacecraft and aviootcs gwidarice/navigation systems AC in [.OS ANGELE S-our Research and Dnveopment Laboratory ,oecaalrang in advanced airborne computers. ballistic misule and wpace booster *usdan'ce/nvigtIOO syitmflS your college placement office regarding For lurifler nlormatiofl. see a Numbers Up An "alazming number at traffic tickets" are being ANSud this V.11 to UKF drIver., acerding to (hMel Justice of the Traffic Court Shelly Finmnan. Fioman, 4AS, claim,, most of these tickets are dii. to "car.iPe.'tIWM on th, pail of the d ri L y ras" and feela that an expiznation of certain parkhng rule. is n.*SAAIy. "Numberei decal ionn and 'no parking' t~ones are in effect 24 hours a day," asserted Finman. "Pafkinq is rfl permitted in service drive. and parking os the 1.11 sIde of the .tr.t will b. clted." YIunmaz, warned studal, that ihs. who accualuhai a total of ye, Jinary cJ""|ar::'"ulh priod. Fl.,.n abco wartSd that .tudabt dutl oicinpewIoa 'did pelag permits wouMd .inhi. two wedks." He .ulid pnrtia .tlanes ecc be otie at the UT campum pote sano. by these who: II. 64 credIts of uorn; ale onir 22 pears Sf

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r rn~j ~ flPV4W~~ tw1~ ~ WU~~WFfW ~ ~ rw~ufl~ .,-*--.~*'-. -A ,1 (r~ck Practice cii l it S .MARQUIS BA ESZLER To Our Leader 1here ire two basic ktids of Ve piers. oil. dir) h ,l> mpe and one who leads by inspiring. Lart y lupr. was bosh I stol, Vhr ~ he leid the Fighting Gators over the S.M.1 .Mustiiigs. "'Dupe"' carried the ball only four timns, but averageIl ttter ti.in five yards per carry, He blocked unmerr Ifully ad fmakel so well that he often took beatings when he didn't hive the bill. For the next few weeks the (idor, are groing to have It tough. But as it's bepn proved in the past, AC < aLIwiys rount Al "t~up." What's In A Win Lets take a look at what last Saturday's win over S.M.U. means. The stalwart Gator defensive line can't be commended eixough. Even the offense admitted they did well. nie week they'll be up against a line is fast, but mTutch more powerful than S.MU'. The Bulldog's fullback Hoyle Gringer is hart man to pull down too. Weighing over 220, he will bw ODE* of th. hardest running backs we'll face this year. No Cigar About four or five times Saturday the offense came within just one block of breaking a play all the way. With the offensive line .as aggres-sive as i Is, it won't be more than a week or two before someone's rushing average is doubled. And what has become of offensive stars Alan Tranimell, Jerry Newcomer, Dick Kirk, and Bruce Bennett' They ar. now defensive stars. The Gator secondary Intercepted four passes and kept S.M.UJ.s speedy pass receivers In check. There is someone else In this Gatorvictory who mist be commended. The Florida fans were great. They stayed with Florida all the way and showed they cared. 33,011 to I I is better odds than II to II any day. it seems everyone is taking up the idea of the "new look.' Looking Ahead It's great to win, but Ist's keep things in proper perspective. Things are easier to see when we're a winner. Florid, will win gam. this year just on hustle and desire, btut will have a hard time holding up physically. We already have a few injuries and any more.at key positions will really hurt. But if we have only II men to put on the field those Ii will be doing their best. All I really mean Is -stay with us, we're with you. 44! VI H l ii ,-uI Iu t.e f to h* \Tl'iL( r Ih id iI,11n o t flis w''. will be dlffrte4t for ths [ 'u ertiam. I ort the Citt Ilulildos will br 11ng vIo'.n the ( urtil. You may ULIJnk the Bull~hgs aren't is good Dce< ause they didn't win like s',me said thev woul~i. Blut lon't te surprised If you run, out of luck And the Gilo r offense stharts to get stuck. h, Ibelr d Hare nt ae wil e I cheered real loudly for old sMU And PI'l cheer hi .Jackson for the big Bulldogs, The party Is over, I -9 it will be If evervune cheers against Florida like me.Downs Signal Florida has quarterback. another varsity Freshman quarterback Bobby Downs was moved up to the varsity yes te rday to imitate Mississippi S t a t e s quarterback Don Edwards. "They're two very much alike quarterbacks," Coach Ray Graves said. "They run, throw and look alike, and Downs is doing a real good jotb of portraying Edwards for us.'' Downs, who was an All-America quarterback In h ig h school at Winter lanen, has started running Mississippi State's offensive play. too. Joins againstthevrstdensat yesterday's practice. Graves said heexpects some new twists In the Bulldogs offense and he hopes that the Gators will be able to pass more. With this mind the Gators stressed their passing in pratice session yesterday. The Bull Gator Is also working on stopping Bulldog fullback Hoyle Granger. "Granger Is the best fullback we'll face this year." The Gators will continue their drills for the Bulldogs today with stress on stopping the MissIssIppI option p3a. "t p.p [' Is i ~prurtiou for their first mitch of the season on Oct. 25 with the Savannaih Cricket Club. >avanmab will be seeking revenge for in earlier 52 4 outs to 50 IC outs defeat suffered at the hands of the CF cl ieketeers. In The Swi m On Sept. 28 there will be an organIzatIonal meeting in Boom 216 of the Florida Gym for all varsity and freshman swlmmirg team applicants. W~kaj a*e ano$odtbteI (and remember, only L. make. Vnju.l) w Ej I 1~ LARRY DUPREE makes gator dogs next Saturday. (Photo growl with look that will face Mississippi State's Bullby Nick Arrayo) JERRY NEWCOMER is de fensive specialist for Gotorn who concentrates on interceptions. Q uiet NOlSth, particularly noise c reacted in an unsportsmanlike. jester., Is a serious problem today at many Interrolleglat, football games. 'The Southnastern Coalerenc. is pproachlng th, problem Via a method nadmously approved by occur, and the penalty. Outlined procedur situation". Says Is authorized to infliCt here is e for the official a "noise 1. Whe, the Offtnsive Quarterback feels the nose prevents --a. a .a I. )m., be. SEC .e necessary, the Offefl.,v. Captain will make the same request On the opposite side of wne fleW., 3. CaptaIns return to positions *nd Referee gines 'Ready" sig*al. If the Ofleauive Quarterback still feels that the noise Interferes with his uianmh. h. again hnlul Please 5. Should the Referee NOT agree with the Quarterback when he makes an inquiring look, thus ruling the signals can be properly heard, the Quarterback is required to put the ball in play withIn 25 seconds. Tradtonal as the Bag Game Weelun.' 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