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May Be Part of Inter-Collegiate TV Show ''i j



Tentative plans have been Planned as a ten-week pro- At a meeting of representatives List week. The legal question hope that all state four-year t

announced for a statewide, gram on a live statewide net- of the five participating Involving College Bowl universities can be Included In

inter collegiate television work, F.A.C.T. grew during schools at Stetson Uni- apparently has been answered. the schedule after the first
show featuring the UF and the summer trimester from versity In July,UF Student Government All that remains Is sponsor- year.
four other universities in the Intramural competition on the transferred
of the
respon- ship program. "We are moving ahead on
state. order of College Bowl to a sibility for the show to a committee Richardson has assigned the the assumption that: we will

The show tabbed $30,000 project Jointly spon- called the Committeefor sales department of WJXT to have a sponsor In time for
C.T. (Florida, Academic as F.A. sored by UF, Florida State, Inter-Collegiate Academic this taks now that other prob- December but there Is still a
Col- University of Miami, Stetson, Competition. The committeehas lems seem to have been doubt," Hancock' said. "For
legiate Tournament
), Is spon- and University of South Flor- been working since then solved. the ofa
one thing, complication
sored at the UF by Student
Government and will be simi- ida. In conjunction with Lawrence Teams will represent each program such as this one

lar to the nationally televised Richardson, station managerfor of the participating schools Is greater than most peoplecan
The program has been coordinated WJXT-TV, Jacksonville. and take part in four shows imaging. Hundreds of
college show
." "CollegeBowl. through the UF Stu- each -- once against each details will have to be worked
dent Government Council for Three major problems other competing school. A out and the only thing we need
Announcement was made Higher Education by John Han blocked the way to F.A.C.T.'s state academic champion is more of is time. "We are

not yesterday violate that F.A.C.T. did cock. Hancock has assumedthe planned debut In December. to be named at the conclu- convinced that we have a program -

the rights owned role of producer until technical First was the organization of sion of the series on a special that Is good in its con-
John
by Cleary to the nationally complications requirethe the network which was tentl- program according to the cur- cept and that sponsorship will

televised" program, "Col- services of a professional. tlvely solved at a meeting of rent plan.Planners. come. The only question is
lege Bowl.
station managers In Orlando 0 f the program when," he said.

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57, No. 14 University of Florida,Gainasville Thursday, Sept. 24, 1964

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number of UF students, who yesterday were refused registrationby

le local officials, were turned away because they did not comply

I with state voting qualifications: Mrs. Alma Dethea, Alachua County
E 3:: Supervisor of Registration, said List night. :

She said many students oming to register feel that. as long as

they have attained the legal& age, are a United States citizen and have
satisfied the physical residence requirement, they should be allowedto

., register
--- ----- -
A PICTURE is worth a (Photos By Carolyn Johnston) However, according to Mrs. Dethea, the "bone of contention"is
that a person must have estballshed his "permanent domicile"or
thousand words -
especial show Intent to do such.

ly when it comes to showing r In addition, she said other things

: the ingenuity of the : L such as ties with a home county
?__---- A" Van ly FroshDefeat'
must tw considered In the regis
College: student, a highly (I) @fpai 1 t. tration procedures."I .

-developed though some- 7.tir Dean am deeply concerned about

what uneducated animal l lI "' this," she said.
Evec iKb'ugjit "
>
U
: debatable
\ She also said each individual
that can be found nearly I :: whether the "South shall
\ case, because of the widely varying
anywhere on campus: rise again,"Vanderbilt freshmen circumstances, mutt be considered -
waged their war against
I ". -I! H 'IUS IUno tradition last week -.and Individually.Mrs. .
JIIIIftW! won.
r' Ctlrl}I'lOt' ""j fOR SIl1tT10jf Uethea: cleared up at least
Folk Singer With the dean: of men and the
one point by saying that "if a
cheerleader caption; held
captive -
/ut person comes here solely for the
....
Ot the freshmen completedthe
purpose of attending college, this
Slated TonightFolk selge by capturing the is not his home county." She said
campus radio station and
that this was: because of the
singer Karen Duke will ) Rbtij4 broadcasting the dean's surrender "purmenont domicile" ruling,
between rock n' roll
appear tonight at 8:15 p.m. in handed down by the. state attorney
recordings.The .
the University Auditorium in the general some years ago.

first of the Florida Union fine arts s us ri-/ "headquarter's"dean was hustled hunting to it At least one local political group

series. lodge' 30 miles from Nashville indicated, however, that they may
Miss Duke, accompanying herself .,>. contest this
and was not released until
on the guitar, will sing songs '.., a Albert Edgar, supervisor of the
ranging from traditional American .. ',' compromise what?was reached.For local Coldwater headquarters,said
and foreign folk to classical ,,
; So beanies would be that his group Intends to take a
Mozart, according to.....Doublas G. worn student turned down and
,,, .i._ ? only during the homecominggame yesterday
Johnson, 7 ED, .. In November. discuss the matter with an
graduate program attorney.
assistant to the
union. s f IN OCALA PICKETING-- "The outcome of this interview .

The young ball- _. ," he said, "will decide what
action we will take.

adeer, daugbterofcomposer John Charges Be CorrectionInformation

Duke, performed May Dropped

in opera and musical supplied by Student -
comedy andaDrI Government In a story In

a red in clubs.. The Alligator yesterday
-- --- -----
schools--rr--- and with Charges against four UF professors and tight Arrested professors in the case were Dr. credited Traffic Court Justice

the USO in Japan Mss Duke students arrested last December during civil Austin Creel, associate professor of religion; Shelley Flnman with saying,
and Korea. rights picketing at Ocala will probably be droppedby Dr. Marshall D. Jones, professor psychiatry; "Numbered decal zones. .

She has played summer stock the end of the week. Edward Richer, C-5 instructor, and David are in effect 24 hours a day."

roles in "Can-Can" and "Silk Tampa lawyer Francisco Rodriguez who is Sheehan. instructor.. Student Government baa Informed -

Stockings' and had her own radio representing the group told The Alligator that Student arrested were Tom Berkshire, 3AS; us this Information is

program in Northampton, Mass. be could not make an official statement yet, Julian Drown, 3AS; Mary Helen Berkshire,1UC; incorrect. The numbered
Tickets are on sale at the Information but yesterday added be felt there was a good Robert Canny, 7ED; Linda Devln, 7AS; NagyaE. areas are in effect only from
booth across from the chance for dismissal."At Helllnger, 2UC; June E. Littler, 3ED, and 7:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. every
Hub or Room 315 of the Florida Marylln Toby Sokolof, IUC. week day.
Union. best they have a weak case," Rodriguez Records In the UF registrar's office show The Alligator apologizes to

Series tickets may also be pur- said. The Tampa Lawyer reported be was going only five of the students am oresentlr enrolled its reader. for printing the
chased by mall for $5. to Ocala tomorrow in connection with the case. (Continued On Page 4)) false 1nIormaUon.UF' .



Page 2, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Sept. 24, 1964



Gladys Veers to East, But Still a Threat


-
fickle moment and The Weather Bureau said its five feet higher than
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (UPI) high tides and pqundlng waves. In another would take it 75 to 100 cause of a full normal be.
Gigantic Hurricane Gladys veered The Weather Bureau said major smashed Inland.At course moon and ?ieI'!
away from a collision course with cities In the east apparently wouldbe mid-afternoon, Gladys was miles southeast of Nantucket some being shoved even higher by the
the populous northeast mainland spared the full force of the centered 265 miles southsouthwest time after midnight. Hurricane that hurricane winds.At .

yesterday but still threatened to storm's fury. A close watch was of Nantucket Island off the hunter airplanes reported the
shoreline J
rake the New England states with kept on the treacherous hurricane, Massachusetts coast. The stormwas Gladys still hadawell-dettnedeye. Milford, Conn., officials community I:;

gale force winds, slashing rain, however, In case It turned again moving in a northeasterly rushed cots, food and \'el't i
direction and picking up speed by mediCal
The forward speed of the storm supplies into three shools
. PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS the hour. already had increased from 4 miles residents had to evacuate incase :
the :
.-- --, per hour to about 12 m.p.h. The homes. j

'Suicide'; ; America; Student Voting 1 Weather moving Bureau about said 18 m.p.h.Gladys by wouldbe the The New England states In part! | ".,,

time it passed Nantucket.Gale cular were taking no chances.nJ '

GoldwaterDALLAS warning from the Weather Bureau!
Stand
Up1 Officials Registe force winds extended out in Washington desrribedthehurrir .I
cane as "peculiar" because ttl '
(UPI) -Sen. Barry M. WASHINGTON(UPI)-In a clove "Cooperation and 'student help 150 miles to the west and 300 acted more like a winter
Goldwater stumped Lyndon John off speech, President Johnson has been running smooth," said miles to the east. Winds at the a hurricane. storp{ than

son's home state Wednesday with said Wednesday that Americans Martin Schwartz, secretary of interior center of the storm were about "i\

charges the President misused tax must stand up and be counted to In regard to registrationof 85 m.p.h. This made Gladys, But at the same time it warned I
files to get campaign: contributions.And prevent the country from being student voting officials. the fourth hurricane of the season, that is was a "potential !
"
he bid for veterans' support taken over by "reckless and For the coming election on Oct. the largest and at the same time killer"

with charges Johnson's military rejected extremes." It was the 1, voting machines will be placedIn the weakest of the year. Three So far the only death attributedto
will lead to "national attack the President has other storms of the
policies strongest each of the 28 living areas. tropical season the storm was in Norfolk,VaJ
suicide." made In the election campaign.It Off-campus student headquartersfor never built up to hurricane .
where John Buddi, 46, was
The Republican presidential came before a union audience voting will be the Student Ser- strength.The replacing a hale-smashed window
nominee came to Dallas, a that roared its approval as he said: vice Center. .
pane when a gust of wind smashed
Republican stronghold, and motor- "The American way of life. In the October election, 30posi- Weather Bureau warned residents the one he was putting in. A sliver
caded under rainy skies to the
Is under attack today from the tions on the Legislative Council of low-lying areas that of glass sliced his throat and he
American Legion's 46th annual fringe and from the extremes."I and four amendments to the Honor there was a danger of flooding. bled to death before he reached I

convention for a major address. call upon you, here and now, Court consltutlon, will be listedon Tides were running as much as the hospital.
Goldwater arrived from Fort
to begin this hour to start fightingIn the ballot.
Worth where he told a closed
order to save it. 1 1>- 1
meeting of backers that he was

Investigating a letter written to "Our directions and our des-

"two Texas men." lie said the tiny must not be placed in the handsof I\nne.-
letter threatened to use alleged those who would steer a recklessand ..

Irregularities in their Income tax a callous course. We must be

returns unless they contributed to guided not by those whose compass '
ALWAYS FIRST
the Johnson "campaign efforts." points backward, but by those QUALITY

Goldwater referred to "mis- whose eyes and hearts are fixedin
use" of income tax files Tuesday the stars that lead us forward." SPECTACULARSAVINGS
during a west Texas swing that
took him to Amarillo, Midland and At another point he said: "Let
Odessa, but he did not amplify there be no mistake: It is the !

them, nor did he Wednesday. heart of our American way of life
Beaming and smiling, Gold- that is under attack, and those who
water drew thunderous ovations love it must go forth and save It. men's

from 6,800 people at Will Rogers "Americans are not presented
Coliseum in Fort Worth and then with a choice of liberalism and

came to Dallas where 100 persons conservatism.* 4
all weather coats > .
met him at the airport. DrivingInto "Americans are faced today witha

downtown Dallas, the Gold- concerted bid for power by
water motorcade followed partlythe factions which oppose all that both
route taken by President Ken- parties have supported. It is a

nedy just 10 months ago Tuesday.But choice between the center and the 1488 4
Goldwater did not go past the fringe between the responsible
site of the assassination. mainstream of American experi-
Goldwater again made Defense ence.
Secretary Robert S. McNamaraa
"If the challenge is loud, the Sizes 34-46
major target In his address
call of duty is clear.
before an estimated 6,000 of the .
"We called to stand
and
are up
22,000 Legionnaires Full-length coat changes ,. :
be "
counted. For we have a duty- v
His speech was Interrupted 30' a clear and compelling duty--to with the weather. just ,
times by applause. When Mc- make it clear ,that America has J' s.
zip in the 100% acrylic 111\\[
Namara addressed the not fallen and will not fall into
Legionnaires on Tuesday he was the hands of extremists of any pile liner for colder days. \1

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Thursday, Sept. 24, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3


Curtain Falling On 88th 1 .


Faculty Members
after Mansfield announc- curtain on the 88th Congress."
of the Senate gave Its Dirksen
acknowledged that adJournment -
on consent to vote at 2:30
pressures were at work
), .today on the Ander- and said he would not try to block Receive TenureForty

any voting.
who have been fighting "I am not insensitive to the fact I I I I
to amendment with a talk- that members of both sides would UF professors were thalmology L.J.Krovetz,
11; Mans- Surgery;
Jubilant over
ik': like to see adjournment" the Illinois granted tenure last week during a assistant professor. Pediatrics.
{i Republican remarked. State Board of Control meeting
would
measure delay
here. This means that a professor
the Court's
:,. Supreme cannot be fired or his contract A.G. Langford, assistant pro-
the membership of state
t renewed without Just reason. fessor, C-3; W. Mauderll, asso-
: must be based
\' en- Faculty Ciubln The 40 who were recommendedby ciate professor, Radiology; O. R.
:t.. son population. President J. Wayne Reitz are McQuown, assistant professor
'r.: Douglas, D 111., as follows: Political Science; M. Newbill, assistant -
\: on behalf of foes of Second YearFaculty P. L. Adams, assistant pro- professor, Journalism and
'
I t Idea< : "As far as fessor, Psychiatry and Pediatrics; ommunlcatUms; W. D. Noyes
)\. is concerned we are not members are invitedto J.T. Algeo, assistant professor, assistant professor, Medicine; II.
1)\\ victory. It is not chival- Join the UF Faculty Club which English; J.J. Allen, assistant pro- M. Perkins, assistant professor
'I claim victory when you now is swinging Into its second fessor, Foreign Languages; J.R. Surgery.
I'I" won." year of operation. Barry, research coordinator and
x:; voting is expected Located on the University Golf professor, Health Related Services
Ii In the shelving of Dirk- Course, the club has five newly and Psychology; R.C. Bullock, associate II. A. Sawyer Jr., professor,
s!. '! then the adoption decorated private dining rooms entomologist, Citrus Civil Engineering; S.C. Schank,
r compromise.This ready for dally luncheons, departmental Experiment Station and T.D.Bart- assistant professor and assistant
t the gates for adjourn- meetings, post football ley, assistant professor, Surgery.J.R. agronomist Agronomy; W.M.
, of election-year session game buffets and weekly buffetson Cade, assistant professor, Shenkle, associate professor,Real
Thursday.The Medicine; W.P. Callahan 111, assistant Estate and Urban Land Studies;
last 35 days the Senate first major social event professor, Anatomy; J.J. G.T. Singleton, associate professor -
, bogged down In the re- of the year will be the Faculty Cebra, associate professor, and Chief of Otolaryngology
S the battle. Mansfield, Fall Frolics, Oct. 3, accordingto Microbiology; J.E. Deuel, assis- Surgery; D.W. Smith, assistant
", his action, said he John W. Sites, club president. tant professor, Industrial professor. Chemistry.
had had to act to break Annual dues are $10, payable to Engineering; and B.G. Dunavant,
, and "ring down the Clifton Oliver. 104 Matherly lIal1.Women's control officer and associate professor
Nuclear Science and
Radiology.F.F. .
R. C. Smith, assistant commun-
Pyrex Stretch Orion Faren Jr., assistant professor -
ication specialist, Agricultural
C-H R.M. Fry, assistant
Extension Service; E.M. TImmer-
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assistant
man professor-
KNEE SOXReg professor, Humanities; J.M.
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Garvin, assistant in library,
4-Cup head professor, Sociology R.A.
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Library; M.S. Heldlngsfield, Food
J' $1.19 Weaver, assistant professor Med-
Fair Professor, Marketing.
" icine; T.L. Yaun, assistant chemIst -
GJS. Henry, assistant professor,
Soils; and N.E. Rosier, assistant -
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E.M. Johnson,assistant professor,
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. Page 4, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Sept. 24, 1964 r ChargesContinued Soph Brain; Twisters/



I; IndiaChina Struggle ( From Page 1)) Still/ Big MysterySophomore

at the university. Canney, Miss
: Featured on WUFTThe Berkshire and Miss Devin are not comprehensive col- assistant university examiner.
enrolled this trimester.All lege tests, taken last March for The tests were designed to

Irony of a mobilized India, During the first 45 minutes, 12 of the picketers were the first time, still are being Investigated determine on an equal basis, how
the world's foremost advocate of viewers will see an unusual film members of the Student Group for and their future.ls unknown many of the Increasing number of
non violence, and the crucial that Illustrates the spiritual and Equal Rights (SGER) but said they reports Louis V. Voyles, sophomores would enter upper
struggle between that nation and political differences between the were acting as Individuals in Ocala. division.
Red China for the leadership of two countries.In Last year the SGER picketed both The swell In the number of
Asia are strikingly depicted In the final quarter-hour,Savllle the College Inn and the Florida UF Grad GetsCampaignPost sophomores comes from an In.
an hour-long documentary which Davis, chief editorial writer for Theatre In Gainesville. Wilburn creasing enrollment In Florida
\ is telecast tonight at 7:30 p.m. the Christian Science Monitor,discusses (Rick) Rivenbark, president of Junior colleges, UF Pres.J.Wayne
over WUFT-TV, Channel 5. the film and the India-China SGER, reports the SGER will be Reitz said.
; Entitled "The Great Rivals," struggle with Professor Norman active again this year but mainly The battery of tests include I

f the program looks at the events Palmer, senior political scientistfor with voter registration."I five areas: English composition,
) that led to the present conflict and the University of Pennsylvania's don't forsee any more picket- Washington, D.C. -- Merele F. humanities, mathematics, natural
'I points up the Importance of the out South Asia Regional Studies Ing," Rivenbark said. "We won't Dtmbath, who received his PhD and social sciences.
come to Asiz and the entire world. Program. be doing too much of what we've In Economics and Business Administration "Because these tests cover the
i 11mI been noted for in the past." from the UF In main areas of learning, test results .
I Rivenbark said the organization August, has been appointed to the should be very helpful to
I might meet Sunday. However, no National Steering Committee of examinees In planning future educational
: Campus News Briefs announcement has been made on Youth for Goldwater-Millerby programs," Reitz said.
who advisors to the group this year James Harff, national director of "To provide unbiased data on
) will be.Creel. Youth for Goldwater-Miller. which to evaluate these tests, it
and Sheehan were co- Now residing in San Jose, California would be necessary for all studentsto
: Rummage Sale Dance Committee
y > < advisors to the group last year. Dimbath Is the former participate.
Creel is not affiliated with SGER chairman of the Florida Youth for Voyles expalined that these tests
Business Administration Chairmanship for the this year, and Sheehan Is at the Goldwater-Miller. As a steering are purely experimental and that
Dames will sponsor a rum- Florida Union Dance Com- University of Wisconsin doing committee member, he Joins 19 no official use or record would
mage sale Saturday beginning mittee Is All Interested
,
open. graduate work. other young political leaders from be made of the scores. Florida
at 6:30 at Strickland people to Room 315
a.m. may come ,
Both of the advisors were every section of the nation who State University, University of
Motors, 216 S.W. 2nd Ave. Florida Union. Deadline for
arrested in the Ocala case, but advise the national Y-G-M Head- South Florida and the UF agreedto
Everyone Is cordially invited. applications Is tomorrow, 5p.m. <
; this week Creel said they were quarters on program and policy. have their sophomores take the
Interviews are Mon-
acting as Individuals and not spon- In announcing the appointment, examinations.
day at 6 .
Faculty MeetThe p.m.Flavet sors of SGER. Harff said, "Merle Is typical of
Creel said he heard a rumor the intelligent and productive young HILLEL
Department Philosophy Children the case had been thrown out but men who have been Inspired by the
will sponsor a faculty w had no recent word from Rodriguezso conservative philosophy symbolized FOUNDATION
colloquium during 1964-65. Rec he didn't know. by the candidacy of Senator Special
The first meeting will be held "We've had this thing hanging Goldwater."
I tomorrow night, at 8 In Room Starting Oct. 5, children of over our heads for eight months," Dimbath said In accepting the Activities.
104 Anderson. Flavet Village residents will he said. appointment to the steering com- I
Friday, Sept. 25, 7:30 PM
Dr. Farhang Zabeehwlll have access to supervised recreation The group were arrested Dec. mittee, "I intend to enlist every
[present a paper entitled "On programs at the J.J. :) 7, and charged with breach of the Interested young person to work Succoth Services & Part

[ Necessary Existence." Finley School playground. peace. All pleaded not guilty when for a Goldwater victory on Nov. aturday, Sept. 26, 8 PM
The meeting Is open to the they appeared in court Dec. 9. 3rd. I am proud to be a partof
Cafe Tel-Aviv
(public and all are cordially This applies for children in At that time no date was set fora the Goldwater team."
I Invited. kindergarten through the 7th trial, and Rodriguez says a date Dimbath Is an assistant professor -
grade. The hours are from has still not been set. at San Jose State College. 16 NW 18th St.
FU FilmsThe
3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Monday The group reported It had been
Florida Union Film through Friday and 9 a.m. to Invited to Ocala by the local
[ Committee is sponsoring the noon Saturday. National Association for the
|following films this week-end: <- Advancement of Colored People :
I Thursday-Friday: "A Raisin (NAACP) chapter to join In the twig says

1 In the Sun," with Sidney Pol- Social Dorm' segregation protests.The .
; tier group picketed with local
Saturday Sunday:"Five Finger Murphree Area will hold a Negroes more than an hour before
Exercise" with Rosalind social with Yulee area Sept. the police arrested them. No
I Russel and Jack Hawkins. 25 from 8 to 12 p.m. Danc- Negroes were arrested.
All showings will be at 8:15 ing will be emceed by Stu .j Professors and students were
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MALONE'S 1712 W. Univ. Two U.S. Planes DownedSAIGON I


(UPI) The Communistsshot 340 miles north of Saigon. The ment troops, but the American
down two U.S.-piloted fighter- officer was taken to an Army hos- pilot could not be found.
bomber planes yesterday during a pital in Nha Trang, where his The second Skyralder plane was
bitter night battle in the jungles condition was described as rood. hit less than) an hour later. The
southwest of Saigon.One American In Washington, the Air Force UJS. pilot managed to crash land,
pilot was missing and feared killed Identified the missing American then escaped with his co-pilot
captured.A pilot as Lt. George E. Flynn III before the aircraft burst Into
UJS. military spokesman said of New Orleans. flames.
the second U.s. Skyraider pilot Flynn's plane was shot down Before the latest plane Incidents,
escaped death when he rode his by Communist ground fire shortly Defense Department figures
craft down to a "controlled crash after midnight on the northern showed 282 Americans had died
landing." fringes of Viet Cong Communists' In South Viet Nam since January,
Both planes were destroyed, the "U Minh" jungle stronghold on the 1961, with 193 of them killed In
spokesman said.A western coast, 135: miles south- action.
For U of
FSWEATSHIRTS UJS. spokesman also reportedthat west of Saigon. The Skyraiders bear the
JEWELRY an American Army officerwas Both Flynn and his Vietnamese markings of the Vietnamese air
T-SHIRTS MUGS wounded Tuesday night when co-pilot parachuted from the force. They normally carry one
the Communists shelled with crippled aircraft. The Vietnamese American and one Vietnamese on
PENNANTS DECALS
mortars an outpost at Phuoc Tien, airman was rescued by govern- combat missions.

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Sen. Mundt Charges

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Schoolyard Campaign


GREEK ? WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. Karl are not crooks, vote-thieves,

Mundt, R-S.D., yesterday accused dopes, eupes, trigger happy or
both President Johnson and GOP warmongers."
presidential candidate Barry M. Mundt asked the Senate,"what
Goldwater of waging a "low-level, kind of madness has overtaken
schoolyard campaign." these candidates for office?"
Mundt told the Senate that the The South Dakota senator said
1964 presidential campaign was there was "still time to restore
"dirtier" and filled with more some degree of dignity, decency"
diatribe than those of the past. and "to switch the campaign from
GREEK? Of course you want your picture in the SEMINOLE., The South Dakota Republican one of invective. ."

Don't let the other Greeks have more representation than you. said the presidential candidatesand lie compared what he called

Sign the appointment sheets in your house TODAY! their running mates have put "cheap and dirty" language In the
on a campaign which "1* an Insultto campaign to the diatribes between
the Intelligence of tho American Soviet Premier Nlklta
. GREEK PICTURE-TAKING SCHEDULE voters." S. Khrushchev and Ked Chinese
"As a result" Mundt said,"our leader Mao Tse-tung.
Monday-Wednesday Thursday-Friday Image overseas will be so soiled lie also told the Senate: "We
and stained the only loser will all know In our hearts that Barry
September 28 be peace and freedom." Goldwater is not a raving, ranting
October 2 ALPHA EPSILON PI ALPHA Cin OMEGA Mundt said Johnson, Goldwater, demagogue Just as wo know that
ALPHA TAU OMEGA ALPHA DELTA PI Democratic vice presidential can- President Johnson is not a crook."
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October 5-9 his GOP counterpart William E. Johnson "would refer to a former
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\. individuals," Mundt said. "They our country," he added.
October 12 15 (Monday and Tuesday) (Wednesday and Thursday)
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anyone.
NOP..Discretion We HopeAt


3:15 p.m. today, the Electoral Board of the Board of ::::)
Student Publications Is scheduled to meet for the purpose of
selecting a new editor for The New Orange Peel, UF's humor
magazine.We .
THINK the meeting will be a routine one, and an editor
will be selected. However, yesterday, a person close to the
board Informed us that there was a possibility that Tigert Hall J. )I '''''"'"
''', '
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might exert Its Influence and stall the election again, perhaps

permanently.It Is well known. that Tigert Hall Is not pleased with last year's 1l u
New Orange Peel, nor the candidates for the editorship this H
year. It Is hoped that the Board will be allowed to chose with 1-
discretion and not by Intimidation. The results today should
give a good Indication of whether the student press at UP is
truly a free one.


Straw Vote WelcomeIncluded


In. the Oct. 1 Student Government election will bea
straw vote between presidential candidates Lyndon Johnsonand CLYDE:
Barry Goldwater and between Florida gubernatorial candidates
Haydon Burns and Charles Holley
We feel that this straw vote will Increase student interest in Resolves To Encourage Jaywalking

national and state campaigns and by so doing will encourage
students to become better informed of the Issues in both campaigns.By .
DUN GROOMSColumnist
determining student body opinion, In the straw vote, UP ,
students will better be able to view their own opinions in termsof agreeing to give CLYDE'S complete supportto
the larger student context.We Clyde Hope in the coming presidential election,
would like to think that the addition of these two straw Nothing was done to disrupt the SMU football the meeting was adjourned.It .
votes on the Student Government ballot will greatly increase game. might be appropriate here to say a few
interest as well In the SG elections. Many students do not vote Members of CLYDE, an organization designed words about Clyde Hope and the election.
in SG elections out of an apathy or laziness; we hope that the to help stamp out law and order, met Friday and Nobody apparently wants to vote for either
inclusion of the straw votes will bring to the polls those persons voted not to mess up the game. Coach Ray Goldwater or Johnson, which leaves the field
who would otherwise stay home on .land laugh at the "Mickey Graves was crying that his team wasn't ready wide open for the man who founded CLYDE
Mouse" student election.We and shouldn't even play on the same field with and who has been a constant source of inspirationfor
feel that any Issue demanding student opinion should be SMU. so we figured- CLYDE should not add its members.
welcomed on the Student Government ballot. This includes all to his troubles. People don't trust Barry Goldwater because he
questions of interest which could be better assessed by polling Never again will we be has projected an Image of triggerhappiness.People .
the entire student body rather than by being guessed at by a t&en in. After we saw the don't trust Lyndon Johnson because he's
small group of student leaders.No awesome and destructive never explained his connection with Bobby Baker
scheduled election need be a closed affair, limited to only force familiarly known as and Billy Sol Estes.
that decision for which the election was originally called. Student the FIGHTING GATORS, ,r'' z1.r Clyde Hope, on the other hand, is completely
opinion cannot be accurately assessed by any other means; Ray Graves can expect no k { trustworthy. His actions and reactions are
no poll of a limited sample of students can be as accurate as a more help from this organ- absolutely predictable.For .
poll taken of the entire student body; no single, limited group of ization of men who lack example, during Hurricane Dora's sweep
students can speak authoritatively for the rest of the student intestinal fortitude. across Florida, Clyde Hope was In Live Oak
body; no amount of letters received by the student newspapercan The only other business selling flood insurance. The small print on
accurately reflect the views of the entire student body. transated at the CLYDE the policy stated specifically: "If there is no
Let's support Student Government in this attempt to ascertain meeting, was the passage of Groomsa flood, your money will be refunded."
student opinion on many diverse Issues. SG, we applaud you and resolution to encourage Clyde Hope visited the Cuban refugee camp--
stand behind you In this attempt to determine TRUE student sometimes called Miami--and peddled pictures
opinions. Jaywalking on University Avenue across from the of Dachau Concentration Camp victims.He .
College Inn.1I0ndo is now president of his own correspondenceschool
Velocipede, chairman of the committeeto of business administration. The courseis
Thee FloridaALLIGATOR encourage running over people, reported that quite simple. Mr. Hope asks the question:
his committee had been able to run over only "How can I double my typing speed?" For $1
15 jaywalkers In the past week. This is a you get this answer: "Type twice as fast."
ridiculously low .1%of the university community, This Is Just a few Illustrations to show how
and Chairman Hondo says If his committee is aggressive, clever, insidious and trustworthyour
Served by United Press International to succeed, he must have cooperation from the candidate Is.
student body. His slogan for the coming presidential

Editor . . .1 . . . .Walker Lundy The problem is not that too few people are campaign is: PUT YOUR CONFIDENCE IN A
Managing Editor. . . . . . Joel Gaston jaywalking. Hondo says the problem is that he CONFIDENCE MAN.In .
Executive Editor. . . . . . .Ron Spencer can't interest enough people In running over the next edition of this column we will
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . Benny Cason jaywalkers. discuss the Issues of the election.
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . Dave Berkowitz Hondo's resolution was passed, and after

Editorial Page Editor. . . . . .JIm Hammock
Sports Editor. . . . . . ..Glenn Laney
City Editor. . . . . . . .Skip Haviser 'Protector Of Peace'EDITOR
Campus Living Editor. . . . . .Jackie Cornelius Merchants BlamedEDITOR

Editorial Assistants .. Bruce Dudley, Tova Levine, Jim
Castello, Ann Carter, Don Federman,Nancy Brachey,Sam Ullman,
Emit Lttz (Circulation Manager), Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). : :

In your editorial note Friday you lumped the
Reporters .. Ed Barber (Tlgtrt Hall Beat Chief), Patti PUt Recently I fell victim to a skillful Gainesville understandably Irate Inhabitants of Tolbert area
(Student Government Beat Chief), Jim Claxton, Hall Cain, Joe businessman resulting in a substantial loss of as anti-music, anti-band, halftime haters, and
Kollln, Dan Mowbray, Bob Golub, Donal Decker, Joe Waldorf, money to myself. From conversations with my perhaps anti-football or even anti-Florida. We
John McDonough, Sharon Kelley, Yvett Cardozo, Greg Seltz, colleagues at the Health Center, It seems that are not. We are, as was so aptly stated, mere
Jo McNltt, Cynthia Tunstall, Ami Saperstein, William Boe, mine is not a unique experience. Is this as mortals. We live under a highly competitive
Eunice TaU, Frank Shepard, Edwin Brownrlgf, Harold Aldrich, frequent as it seems or have I met a highly university system where two aspects of our life
Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Gerald Jones,Fran Snider,Thelma select group of disgruntled anarchists? are already hard pressed--studies and sleep.
Mossnun, Bill Sadowskl, Marjorie Green, Evan Langbein, David I do not wish to Involve the Alligator In my Sir,.have you ever tried to study with the gator
Kennedy, Marilyn Brlcklln, Lit Brewer, Prls McCollester, personal problems. However, If Gainesville band outside your window? Or tried to sleep
Gretcnen VanderBert, Susan M. Smith, David Ropes, Terry businessmen are flagrantly exploiting when a fiend with a bull horn Is shouting orders?
Susie Halbtck Karen Hack Sheldon Clment Joar.uaston University personnel, then some collective
Rogers, It Is not that we don't appreciate the half-time
Pam Brown. Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber action should be taken: perhaps as little as show; we Just don't care for it ctfside our
Dick Scanelder. prohibiting certain businessmen windows and rumbling through the walls of our
advertising in University publications to as muchas dorm. of school
Perhaps In his abundance
starting an Independent "Better Business spirit, the editor would be so kind as to Invite
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaperof Bureau." his
the band to practice at the field nearest
the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly By far the greater majority of students known as
residence. Then he could truly be
except during May, June and July when It Is published semiweekly.Only came here to gain an education, not to enrich the 'Protector of the Peace'.
editorials represent the official opinion of The Alligator. the pockets of local businessmen.
Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. The Alligator Tolbert IIEDITOR'S
Dan Casall,
Is entered as second class matter at the United States Post Office Waite S. Klrkconnell, M.D.
at Gainesville. First Year Resident )
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Constitution
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PROPOSED AMENDMENTSFirst read: in this Constitution. the nominee must have at leasta 1. The College of Health Related
"At a formal trial, an accused 2.00 academic average and can- Services
Amendment: shall have all of the rights avail- THE HONOR COURT not be enrolled in the College of
Add Article IV, Section 415 as able to criminal defendants under Law. 2. TwO (2) Justices each from
follows: Florida law, where, in the SECTION 402. The Honor Code the Freshman & Sophomore Class.
"Section 415, Alternative Penal determination of the Honor Court C. Attorney General There shall
Procedure." Justices as provided in the Rulesof Every student shall be bound by be appointed by the Chancellor with No student shall qualify for electionas
Procedure, such rights are the Honor Code upon acceptance to the consent of the President of the Justice of the Honor Court who,
"The Honor Court shall refrain consistent with the basic pro- the Student Body of the Universityof John Marshall Bar Association, excepting Freshmen, with no final
from filing or prosecuting formal cedure and purpose of the Honor Florida. The Honor Code an Attorney General. To qualify, grade at the time of his election,
charges, and shall Instead(1) Make Court and the Honor Code. assumes an inherent sense of honor the nominee must have completedat does not have at least a 2.00
a written record of the violationto and responsibility in all Florida least twenty (20) credit hoursin academic; average for his total
be destroyed upon the graduationof Third Amendment: Students prohibits cheating, the College of Law and have at period a$ a member of the student
the defendant, such destructionto Change Article IV, Section 404, stealing and issurlng worthless least a 2.00 academic average, body. .
be conditional upon the good Paragraph 1 (I), first sentence, to checks and places responsibility and have served at least one F. Vice Chancellors Two (2)
behavior of the defendant following read: for its enforcement on every semester as a presenting counselor Vice Chancellors shall be selectedby
such violation; and (2) Notify the "Jury -- the triers of fact before student. defense counsel.D. the Justices of the Regular
proper faculty member that said the Honor Court shall at all Session from among themselves.
defendant has voluntarily confessed times consist of six full time SECTION 403. The Honor System.The Chief Defense Counsel There
to the offense of cheating, sophomore, upper division, or shall be appointed by the Chan- G. Presenting Counsels The
and that said defendant concursin graduate students of the Universityof Honor Court shall be responsible cellor with the consent of the Attorney General with the approvalof
the Honor Court's recommen- Florida." for the orientation of all new President of the John Marshall the Chancellor shall have the
dation that said defendant be givena students in the Honor System and Bar Association, a Chief Defense power to appoint a staff of present -
falling grade on the particular Fourth Amendment: (PETITION shall at all times endeavor to Counsel. To qualify, the nominee ing counsels as he deems
academic paper directly involvedIn NECESSARY) promote the effectiveness of the must have completed at least twen- proper to fill the obligation of his
such cheating; the above Change Article IV, Section 404, Honor System among all studentsby ty (20) credit hours in the Collegeof office. TO qualify, the nominee
procedure is to be followed only Paragraph 1 (A), second sentenceto such measures as are necessaryand Law and have at least a 2.00 must be enrolled in the College of
where all of the following require- read: reasonable. The Chancellor academic average and have servedat Law.
ments are met: "To qualify for election, the shall appoint a Public Relations 1 e a stone semester as a H. Defense Counsels The Chief
L The defendant, apprised of nominee must have completed at Coordinator and committee to presenting counsel or defense Defense Counsel; with the approvalof
such violation by any source other least twenty (20) credit hours in assist him in carrying out this counsel.E. the Chancellor shall have the
than by students acting for the the College of Law, have at leasta responsibility. power to appoint a staff of Defense
Honor Court in an official capacity, 2.00 academic average, and have Justices Justices of the Counsels to fill the obligations of
must voluntarily report such acquired one trimester's SECTION 404. Officers and Mem- regular session shall be chosenin his office, To qualify, the nominee
violation to the Honor Court or experience on the Honor Court by bers of the Honor Court. the second trl-mester electionby must be enrolled in the College of
to any Honor Court official within having served as a Justice, Clerk, plurality vote of their respective Law.
i no more than twenty-four hours Assistant Counsel, or Counsel for 1. The Officers of the Honor Courtof colleges as follows:
after being apprised of such at least one trimester." the regular session shall be as I. Jury. The triers of fact
before the Honor Court
shall at
violation. follows: 1. One Justice from each of
2. The defendant must have no UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA the following colleges: all times consist of six upper
previous conviction of Honor division, full-time students of the
any A. Chancellor There shall be
Court violation. STUDENT BODY CONSTITUTION one Chancellor elected at each a. The College of Agricultureb. University of Florida. Such Jurorsto
3. At a hearing at which the second trl-mester election by a The College of Arts & Sciences be eligible, must be
defendant is present and repre- ARTICLE IV. THE JUDICIARY plurality of the student body of disinterested in reference to the
sented by counsel, the Chancellorand the University of Florida. To c. The College of Business parties involved and cannot be Law
both Vice Chancellors, taking SECTION 401. Judicial Powers. qualify for election, the nominee Administrationd. students; provided also that the
into consideration the seriousnessand must have completed at least The College of Education prospective jurors must have at
nature of the particular All Judicial powers of the Student twenty (20) credit hours in the e. The College of Medicinef. least a 2.00 academic average and
offense, the premeditated design Body, both penal and civil, shall College of Law and have at leasta The College of Pharmacyg. not be subject to any disciplinary
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be followed. Council, provided, however, that Clerk elected at each second tri- The College of Engineeringj. Committee Such prospective
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Change Article IV, Section 409, limit the jurisdiction or authorityof the student body of the Universityof Fine Artsk. from the Student Body by the Clerk.

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SG Constitution I

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powers and duties of the Chancellorin affirming his responsibility to ceedings, or for failure to comply of cases and participate in the
The Officers of the Honorurt the latter's temporary absence.He protect the rights of both the with an order of the Court, or decision regarding guilt or
of the regular session shalle shall prepare and preserve a Innocent and guilty, such oath to the Honor Court Rules I of Innocence of the accuses providedthat
written record of all proceedingsand be administered by the Chancellor. Procedure. Contemptuous conductor no jury member who has prior
\ office on the day following: actions by the Honor Court, behavior Is not limited solelyto knowledge of the case being triedor
canvassing of election results provide notice of all such proceedings 5. The Chief Defense Counsel that exhibited during any trialor any Interest whatsoever in the
[ the Legislative Council follow- and actions to the shall at the direction of the proceeding before the Honor outcome of any case shall so sit
their election and shall serve appropriate persons, deliver to his Chancellor appoint defense counselto Court. and participate.
one (1) year, or each until his successor the permanent recordsof represent every student chargedwith
jspectlve successor shall qualify. the Honor Court, direct the a violation of the Honor Cod 2. The powers of the Honor Court 2. The Chancellor shall presideat
Justices upon order of the If the Chancellor deems the shall include the power to require all hearings and trials, provided -
No officer of the Honor Court Chancellor to investigate, charges worthy of trial,the defense witnesses to appear,but no witness however,that the Chancellorand
Jail, during his term of office, maintain, and enforce the Honor counsel shall represent student shall be required to testify against Vice Chancellors shall not
(id any other office of the Studenty System when such action Is in seeing that all facts are himself. participate in any decisions,except
or of any class, or of any necessary and reasonable, and responsibly presented. The Chief as provided elsewhere In this
Ibsldlary organizations whose perform such other duties as the Defense Counsel shall be requiredto 3. Notice of appeals to the Faculty Constitution. The Clerk shall causea
icers are selected at a general Chancellor may prescribe. The take an oath affirming his responsibility Disciplinary Committee from record to be kept of all hearings
action, provided that this pro- Clerk shall have no vote in Honor to protect the rightsof penal decisions shall be filed In and trials.:
slon shall not apply to Court hearings. both the Innocent and guilty, writing with the Dean of Men and
respective jurors. such oath to be administered by Chancellor within forty-eight (48) 3. Arraignment All persons -
CTION 405. Vacancy in Office. 3. The Justices, by direction of the Chancellor. hours (excluding Sundays and holidays accused of offenses against the
the Clerk and upon order of the ) after the judgement Is Honor Code shall be duly
Upon vacancy of the Office of Chancellor, shall investigate, 6. The Vice Chancellors in con- entered. arraigned before the Chancellorof
ancellor, such shall be filled by maintain, or enforce the Honor junction with the Chancellor, shall the Court. At arraignment the
pointment by the President ofe System by such action which is determine the penalty within the 4. The Justices ()the Honor Court accused shall be required to plead
Student Body with majority necessary and reasonable; limits prescribed by this upon recommendation by the Chan- guilty or not guilty; silence shallbe
proval of the Justices within provided, however, that such Constitution upon every student cellor and by majority vote shall considered to be a not guilty
frty-eight (48) hours after the Investigations be limited only to adjudged guilty of a violation as determine the Rules of Procedureand plea. A motion for a jury trial
cancy has occurred. matters related to cheating, prescribed In this Constitution and Honor Court acts which define shall bo made at the arraignment,
stealing, or Issuing bad checks. defined and promulgated by the the substantive and procedural provided that the defendant may
Vacancy in the Office of Clerk The Justices shall participate in Honor Court acts. offenses under the Honor System, waive his right to a trial by juryat
Justice shall be by appoint- the decisions within the civil provided such rules and acts shall any time before his trial com-
icnt by the Chancellor with jurisdiction of the Honor Court SECTION 407. Penal Jurisdiction. be published In THE FLORIDA mences.
najority approval of the Justices. and shall by the direction of the ALLIGATOR or THE SUMMER
Clerk investigate all reports of 1. The Honor Court shall have GATOR at least one (1)I week priorto a. Guilty Plea Upon a pleaof
. Vacancy In any of the Honor bad checks and endeavor to have exclusive jurisdiction over their effective date, and providedsuch guilty and the acceptance of the
[ourt appointive offices shall be them honored. The Justices are to violation of the Honor Code. rules and acts shall be in no plea by the Chancellor, the Chanc -
[lied as originally prescribed by keep regular office hours and per- way inconsistent with this Con- e 11 0 r shall set the date of
tils constitution. form such other duties as the 2. The only violations of the Honor stitution. summary trial before the
Chancellor may prescribe. A Code shall be cheating, stealing, Chancellor and Vice Chancellorsto
ECTION 406. Duties of Honor majority of Justices may compelthe and issuing worthless checks as 5. The accused shall at all times determine the penalty.b. .
ourt Officers. Chancellor or the Clerk, or defined by acts of the Honor Court, have the right to a fair and speedy
any Justice, or Attorney Generalor promulgated by a majority vote of trial. Provided that the Attorney Not Guilty Plea. Upon a
The Chancellor shall directnd any Defense Counsel to act, the justices. General must file an Information plea of not guilty, the Chancellor
be responsible for the per- or desist from acting in any way within forty-five (45) school days shall set a date for a pre-trial
(ormance of all duties and inconsistent with this constitutionor 3. The Honor Court shall also from the time of notice of the hearing and the formal trial.
unctions of the Honor Court and the laws of the student body. have Jurisdiction over students violation of the Honor Code.
Its members. He shall be cited for contempt as defined In 4. Summary Trial A summary
esponslble for the orientation of 4. The Attorney General shallat Section 408. 6. In all cases where the accusedcan trial shall bt scheduled for all
111 new students in the Honor the direction of the Chancellorcause not or will not appear for trial cases wherein a guilty plea is
ystem, and shall at all times every charge of Honor Code 4. The Honor Court shall conducta within a reasonable time,the Honor entered and accepted to determinethe
ndeavor to promote the effectlveess violation to be investigated and hearing in accordance with the Court shall have the power to penalty. The Court shall, be
of the Honor System among shall present his recommendationsto provisions of the Constitution in conduct a trial of the accused in composed of the Chancellor, Vice
11 students by such measures as the Chancellor.If the Chancellor all cases In which the Attorney absentia; provided that In all such Chancellors and Clerk.
ire necessary and reasonable.The deems the charges worthy of trial, General files an Information; cases the accused shall be repre-
the Attorney General shall repre- provided that the verdict renderedby sented by defense counsel and thata 3. Formal Trial A formal trial
Clerk shall assist the sent the student body in seeing the jury shall be a unanimousvote : plea of not guilty shall be entered shall be held whenever the accused
:hancellor at his direction in the that all facts are responsibly pre- of six (6) jurors. in his behalf, except In such cases enters a plea of not guilty. A
erformance of his duties and shall sented. The Attorney General shall where the accused shall submita student jury selected in accordance
ssume the full administrative be required to take an oath SECTION 408.Procedural Powers. request In writing that a plea with Section 404 ((1) ((1) Shall
of guilty be entered. determine the guilt or Innocence
-
1. The Chancellor may, on advice of the accused; provided that If
Hey! Look Us Over and consent of the Vice SECTION 409. Penal Hearings. the accused so requests In writing,
Chancellors, Impose loss of credit his guilt or Innocence shall be
We want to know you al. for behavior conduct in contemptof 1. Only duly'elected members determined by the Chancellor and
the Honor Court in Its pro- of the Jury shall fit In judgement Vice Chancellors. In all eases
where the accused Is found !guilty
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I Bourn after a formal trial, the penaltyto
franklin College )bop. bo assessed against him shall
be determined by the Chancellorand
FLA. UNION Vice Chancellors. At a formal
trial"' an accused shall have all the
rights available to criminal defendants
under Florida law
o BARBER SHOP
8. The Impaneled jury shall consistof

six ((0) disinterested and
unbiased students and s unanimous
BasementOf verdict shall be required to
determine the guilt or Innocenceof
Fla. Union the accused. The Chancellormay
1 rule the case a mistrial and
set a date for retrial, If after a

reasonable time has elapsed and
Open: 8-5 PM M-F
the jury Is unable to return a

8-12 PM Sat.BARBERS unanimous verdict.
SECTION 410. Penalties.

1. Penalties for violation of the<
Honor Code shall be u follows

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SECTION 411. Confidential Natureof
Information. 4. Any request or petition not
satisfying the above requirementsshall
U AU Information concerning the within two (2)days(exclusiveof
Identity of those accused of viola- Saturdays,Sundays and holidays)
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confidential and shall be disclosed the Chancellor and returned to
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functions of the Honor Court or rejection. The rejected requestor
as further provided by this petition may then be amendedto
Constitution. conform with the requirementsand
be reflled.
2* Where a student Is found not
guilty of such a charge of Honor 5. The Honor Court shall for
Code violations, all records of cause shown, order any officer of
such charge shall be destroyed. the Student Government or of any COLLEGE PICTURE-TAKING SCHEDULE
subsidiary organization, to
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of such a charge of Honor Code refrain or desist from action unlawful Medicine
violation, all records of such and such order shall be
offense shall be kept by the Honor published in THE FLORIDA October 5-9 Arts and Sciences
Court and a notice of such Honor ALLIGATOR or THE SUMMER
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the student's permanent record they are made. Failure to obeyan (four days) Architecture and Fine Arts
file. order of the Honor Court shall
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The Honor Court shall publish 6. The Honor Court shall render
every finding of guilt of an Honor the interpretations and shall make November 2-6 Nursing
Code violation, within one (1) week the orders provided by this section Physical Education and Health
after such decision becomes final. only after a public hearing at which AgricultureHealth
Publication shall only be in the any Interested person shall be Related Services
form of a Penal Decree containingthe entitled to be heard, provided that Pharmay
date of the decision the Honor temporary orders to refrain or Forestry
Court, the nature of the violation, desist from acting unlawfully may
the penalty, and signed by the be granted by the Chancellor TIMES: Monday through Friday
Chancellor and the Clerk. without such hearing, and such 12:00 5:09 P.M.
temporary orders shall be 6:00 9:00 P.M.
( SECTION 413. Civil Jurisdiction of affirmed or vacated by the Honor
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and after a public hearing thereon.
t
1. Upon written request of the NOTE: If you are unable to be present at the times listed above,
President of the student body, or 7. A quorum for rendering an please notify the SEMINOLE Office after 2 P.M.
upon written petition of twenty Interpretation or making an order
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the Honor Court shall interpret any shall be ten (10) Justices of the
part of this Constitution or of any Honor Court and a majority of the
law or charter enacted or grantedby Justices present must concur In Of course you want your'picture in the SEMINOLE if you
the Legislative Council, pro- the interpretation of order. Every
vided such request or petition Justice present shall participate
shall be published in THE provided any member shall for are graduating this fall winter or spring. Sign up for a

'It FLORIDA ALLIGATOR or TIlE cause shown be disqualified by a
SUMMER GATOR within the two majority of the members presentand NOWli
(2) weeks prior to action thereonby provided the Chancellor shall picture appointment in your college
the Honor Court, and providedthe participate where the votes of the
interpretation by the Honor Justices are evenly divided.
Court shall be published In THE
FLORIDA ALLIGATOR or THE SECTION 414. Election duties of
SUMMER GATOR within one (1)) the Honor Court. ;
week after It Is rendered. All
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(---' GLENN LANEY STATE COLLEGE, Miss., .-
I.: :: /<:. Sports Editor With last week's opening game loss
I''M,:, to Texas Tech In the record books,
STATE COLLEGE, Miss., -- products of last year's freshman Mississippi State has Its work
Eight Mississippi State football team, while Cushman, a Junior, is Rumors Galore cut out getting ready for Saturday
players received their baptism In a transfer from George Washing- night's Southeastern Conference
the Bulldogs 21-7 opening-game ton. He was held out of action this Here we are, less than two weeks Into the football season and rumors opener against Florida InJackson.
loss to Texas Tech last week and past season. are flying already. Biggest on the list are a couple of rumors about Saturday night's Memorial Stadium -
others will likely make their debut Hampton and Reed drew starting Florida's annual hate game with FSU. game is the second half of a
In Saturday night's Southeastern assignments with State's offensiveunit There has been some talk up in the clouds of red tape which overhang major college doubleheader the
Conference Inaugural against while Newton and Folliard, the student government office they may charter busses to both FSU afternoon game matching Ole Miss
Florida In Jackson. along with Lightsey, were defen- and the Georgia games. It might be something worthwhile for some and Kentucky In another top SEC
Making their first varsity sive starters. aspiring young student politico to look into If indeed It is only a rumorat battle.
appearance for Mississippi State Folliard, a non-scholarship boyas this time.Another While Coach Paul Davis was not
was end Harland Reed of McComb, freshman, made an especially rumor, which seems to be a little far out, but still in the at all pleased with State's first
tackles Bubba Hampton of Meridianand auspicious debut. He was credited realm of possibility concerns the UF educational TV system. It seems game showing, he had words of
Ray Cushman of Bairdford, with four Individual tackles and 14 someone dreamed up the idea of hooking up our TV system with that praise for quarterback Don ,
Pa., guards Tom Folliard of assists. of FSU's and televising the game back to this campus. How about it Edwards. Davis said, "Edwards
Washington, D.C., and Charles Ed Rhoden, who was impressive Dr. Christianson, Is it possible? played a real fine football game.
Yates of Natchez, center Leslie during his frosh campaign and He moved the ball well and showed
Be Quiet SEC
Newton of VIcksburg and halfback throughout spring rehearsals, was good leadership."
Marcus Rhoden of Macclenny,Fla. slowed with Injury and saw only Yesterday we ran an article sent to us from the office of the Southeast Edwards, a senior from Birmingham -
Also playing In his first varsity brief game duty. Conference (SEC). It concerned the making of noise. While the storyis Ala., understudy to
game was linebacker Jim Lightseyof While he Is no newcomer to the only one day old we have had some violent objections to the article. Sonny Fisher last season, carriedthe
Bay Springs, a transfer from varsity, halfbak Marvin People want to know why..just as we are getting some real good school ball 13 times for a net of 38
Jones Junior College. Cornelius, junior from Mobile, spirit at the UF, does someone come along and say "OK kids, let's yards and hit four of seven passes
Reed, Hampton, Newton, Folli returned to the lineup after a shut up." for 31 yards.
ard, Yates and Rhoden are all year's absence and came through This Is one thing we really didn't want to take a stand on! However Besides Folliard, the Bulldog
with a fine performance in State's I guess we have to. It may be a childish, immature approach, but I coach also thought end Harland
GOLF defensive backfield. say why can't we yell all we want. This year Florida fans have some- Reed and tackle Bubba Hampton
Cornelius, who was hurt mid- thing to scream about. performed well in their first
Driving Range way of the 1962 season, sat out So it blows down the game for a couple of minutes. I am sure it will varsity action.Regarding.
the '63 campaign following a back not reach the proportion where It will make the game as slow as the opening loss,
U.S. 441 North operation. baseball. The fans pay their money, let them scream their heads off. Davis declared, "We played a good
Against Texas Tech Cornelius Anyway, If this rule was strictly enforced LSU would never win tough team and just got beat,"
OPEN went all the way in State's defen- another football game on their homegrounds. Those fans down there are adding, "You can't play a team the
sive secondary, along with Dan rabid. caliber of Tech and make the
all day
Saturday Bland at the other halfback slot Nothing To Lose mistakes we did and win."
b a.m., 8 p.in and James Carroll at safety. The mistakes Davis had
Monday Thru Friday AND Cornelius was credited with six Florida goes into the Mississippi State game with nothing to lose reference to were the loss of three
except the ballgame. The Bulldogs are still two point favorites to
tackles and broke up a pass. tumbles, two Inside the Tech 20,
Sunday 1 p.m. 8 p.m. Bland is a junior from Covington take the Gators, even after their upset at the hands of Texas Tech one on the 3 and another on the
last week. If Florida In there and upsets them It will set the stage
Phone 372-7,066 Tenn., while Carroll, also a goes 17, and two pass interceptions.The .
junior, is from Picayune. for their next encounter out west when they venture to Tigert Stadiumin Bulldogs also had a 69-yard
Baton Rouge to face the Bengals of LSU. If they pull that one off kickoff return for a touchdown by
we might wake up Sunday morning Oct. 4 and find ourselves with one of Dan Bland called back because of
the top ten teams In the nation staying right here in Gainesville.
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happy with the call after studying

game movies, saying, "Our films
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block; It certainly was not a clip."
,; As Florida preparations got underway -
Davis was quite concernedwith
the physical condition of the
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, shape for the Texas Tech battle.

) BOOTS Guards Sherman Douglas and
/JL Hilton Ball were both hurt In the
/ first quarter while ends Bill l McGuire
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't'1'! Lonesome End Clicks


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\ JEFFREY DENKEWALTER always a threat against the oppos- is double-covered, someone else
l \\ Sports Writer ition. He must have the speed is open for the pass. And with
y *" 'MIMIIM M1ML.RMI MyrM.1.MY.'MI 4r and the moves that demand double men like Casey and Jordan,single-
i I! Last Saturday, while most tans coverage from the defense. Jf he coverage is suicide."
r r .w..ar..r.w.r were yelling their lungs out as the
:I k Gators "ate horsemeat" to the
I '\ 11 hi tune of 24 to 8, the serious stu- IKelax anJenou

: dent of the game may have noticed ijourieiFARAH f
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f 1 Ij Ijr offense.two new features on Florida's k '-.0

r ;tT' The "lonesome end" and the unbalanced -
; el
f I Ij' line are two innovationsthat
, Head Offensive Coach Pepper
Rodgers has included this year in

i \ the Gator offense Some older

,. NYAk fans might remember the unbal-
y anced line which was prevalentIn
the 1961 Gator campaign.The .
lonesome end or wide end
1- was first devised by Earl Blaik <, ,\
: when he coached at the U.S. Military -
Academy. Both Army and
Duke have used this offense ex- i T'
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"The main purpose of the lone- .
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\ some end," Coach Rodgers w. .

explained, "1B to save the pass
receiver a few steps. Since he
has the farthest to run on any
play, we let him stay out on the
flank Instead of walking to and
JACK HARPER loose from tacklers long in
jars on sprint from the huddle."

SMU game. Rodgers continued, "There are
three ways in which we can let
the wide end know what the playis

The quarterback can walk

TD Run Feels GreatTo out and tell him. The quarter-
back can signal from the huddle

what pattern the end should run,
or the wingback can relay the
Gator Jack HarperWILLIAM play after the huddle."

Ends Charlie Casey and Jimmy
Jordan are slated to remain at
BOE did Just that last Saturday in the
the lonesome end post. Both have
Sports Writer season's opening victory on
the speed and the moves requiredby
Florida Field.It .
How does it eel to grab a punt the position. As Coach Rodgers
was a big day for Harper who
and carry it back 80 yards to score explained, "The lonesome end Is
erased SMU's 8-7 lead with his
against SMU In front of thousandsof ,
t,
brilliant run in the third quarter.It o
cheering fans?
was only Harper's second Gator d1'
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"H it felt great!"
TD since his stay with the squad.
That was junior tailback Jacki
Ills first TD was a hardly-noticed Jim
Harper's the fellow that
answer,
,
short plunge into the end zone

UF Defense Although his name hasn't made *
headlines every game in his two La, Brec '
years with the team, Harper has

;. Uses Gimmick been there in every game.
,; He, like the rest of the Gators,

is looking forward to Saturday's says. .
j "No No Grand Jay" in bright Mississippi State game in
} orange letters bedecked the Jackson. "We're better then them.
helmets of the Florida defensive We'll beat them," he bluntly

unit to day. The signs, an attempt remarked.The .
to psychologically get the team's in better shape then ttvou can get more Insurance

boys up for their game against he's ever seen it before. later on, even If you can't pass

Mississippi State were put out "We're together as a team and the physical exam at that time.,

by "some underground printing feeling different than last year. Hard to believe? Call me and I'll rH
operation," said head coach Ray That's the reason we lost some
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show you how. No obligation. J'I'
Graves. games last year--it wasn't all .
While the defense wore their team."

symbols of hate toward the 220 His best memory concerning --
pound State fullbak Hoyle Granger Gator football goes back to Ala-
-
the offensive unit worked bama, where the Gator's pulled t--- _-
1 I almost exclusively on running away with their 10-6 upset over '
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plays. the Crimson Tide last year. Jack ,,
\ "We must make our running thinks the big game this year will
"' game work and control the ball to be against Ole Miss, the nations & I

win this game," Graves said. Our predicted No. one team for the I ..1 \ '

%' offensive line blocking has to be year. -.,. .
better titan it was against SMU. Harper's football career beganas
Graves is looking for a defen- a little league player but it
rj save ball game with either team was high school football that

i"\ being satisfied with a one pointy developed him Into the fine *JIM LABREC .
victory. athlete he Is. Gator scouts -

f "Just so it isn't a tie," Graves recognized the talented back when
;' said. "Mississippi State wasn't he played for Lakeland High 1105 W. University Ave. :

\ beat last week, they were upset," School and drafted him to the Suite 4, Gainesville JarafliJ
On defense Graves still feels squad in 1962.Harper's '
1 his team is having trouble stopping only reluctant remarks 372-2357

", the State option play.A concerning school spirit were that ;i SLACKS
couple of tussles for positions the school seemed to lack it to

are shaping up during practice this a certain extent, and isn't always .the only company selling u FOR COMFORT, only $798
week. Dill Carr and Jim De'nson behind the team all the way. It
exclusively to college men.
are both fighting it out for the seems that Florida doesn't respect
starting assignment at the offen- their football team and often College Life for STRETCHSLACKS
sive center post. Graves said Benson expects the Impossible from them.
will see more action than he did "'School spirit lies in the student InsuranceCompany

last week. Almost forgotten In the body and not In the football team," c that hold their shape
melee is Injured Junior center he added.
r" Gary Cllett who was supposed to Harper says be is ready for

be the Gators starting offensive the next game. He hardly looks wear _
center this year. Cliett is expect like a tough college back in America
of
ed to be/ready to go for the appearance, but SMU knows
.,Mississippi}'game In Gainesville better--and so will Mississippi fAKAH MANUFACTURING COMPANY.' INC. El PASO. TEXAS I
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UF May Be Part of Inter-Collegiate TV Show sht t e tr s t'i o t The show, I ibb.'d F. .( .T. (Flord~a Autdeme Co 0 legate Tourn.menl), is. ,,pun sired at thle IF by stud]ent (Government and will te -imn lUz to the nationally televiset college show, 'C aleg, Bowl." Armouncenient w "it a yesterday that F.A.C .T. did not violate the rights owtitd by John Cleary to the nitlanil ly televised progw ifl, "(ollege Bowl.'' k0 -n 4,w i'i o *ttt F, I oc'.i.o t.I,, '~uiity of iamii Stetsute. 11(1 t',ie'rsltv of siuthi llui0 idi,. l'h, p ogz In Ihs U.n Co iorditi.itedj through thi I I stu dent Govertnienit ( oui fl im fo Higher kdu atioeby john IIan cock. lantot k hai ntmel the role of produc: .ini tech rib ii (omplicaitiori' requil the servicee, of prof.ssion-. ai. rnith i iItib Iv .I~n l neU fi Wl\i-I\, J ekson'ilI,. hintka l ai ti pla.uiii' IIIIW iii I irst w is Iih, org lhe niiiwork whiih I lively sol'ed at I t.\. miithiig of in ( rlaiu Iol, sehlm to beve C,'. ne~ms AwiFliot oeah siof tet 'aii IC I I0 l Iln oe he sor l, ii' P1(11 hil siout" meok sti mor bluRhin tIN .iitti>l~lt ti of Is gi I th mo~el st pol Il im e tie. I{i,,C$I O( 1.1 ills will haye Ii, I win ke.d iiif oeI .Illii *4'lii III tI II it U, C-''It in its (penwh'i., h s a. The Florida Vol. 57, No. 14 -4 University of Florida, TEDEEP SOUTH'S MNEIT Goineivi COLLEGE r lle Dhltf I Thursday For Many UF Students Registration Hits Rocks JOEL GASTON Managing Editor A iuttllea of IIIE by 101 ii 'ffdIl l wil, .statt voiilg siip4rvisIor if I(CKi A PICTURE is worth a (Photos By Carolyn Johnston) thousand words, especial ly when it comes to showing the ingenuity of the college student, a highly -developed though somewhat uneducated animal that can be found nearly anywhere on campus,. Singe Sl0atd Tonigh Folk singer Karen IDuke will appear tonight at 8:15 p.m. in thle University Auditorium in the first of the FlorIda tUnlon fi. arts series. Miss Duke, accompanying herself o the guitar, will sing songs ranging from tradutlonal Amer-can and foreign Ilbik to classical Mlozart. according to Dloublas G. Johnson '7 E D, graduate program assistant to the union. Th. young ball.deer, daughttrof 0 In omra Mid mislcdl comedy and .mnjrd Iin,t. U WTTZ'% st ixlntA, whle, wer, lin ii luilifle.LIii%,s sI lr atin, seill I yesten 'icy w ra ,tfu.,,l regisir i i hw y Lw, eUsQ they liii NA itiumply Mrs. Aloe. NIe-h. p Al eehuae I ut SI,, said miny snuIi, JrntinILavst they hevp e lt nedl the li: me I a,'. ci sjtIsfIed lih, physir .iI resld-nr, Iilmi ucent. to reg 1st. However, *1 erdInlI to Mn s. tei,~ i h. Ii is that a perOFI mtie h1ev' .st ir %IOW I nteuil tip di h F. Vandy a 410 :.'~ Frosh '3-efeat' Da bs' whether tin w South sa rise ea tsic." V tndlrbilt Ire h mcin w.,geud thc.' it w.r IKJ Inst I, adltian I.,s w.*,k --.nd won. With the drean ofmnen ntlthe chet9 rii ili'i c.,AIcn htit I hpi tive, tie. fr.shmun rombplt.d the ',riga by cpihirinig tIe. .hfmpltI r iE)o stating ll s lU:oa.I ptisng th,,d haF'., jirrend.er I.t wt.,n rrock we' roll recordings. ii, le, WN tustiq to I lodge 34) mjies Irtin N nili. inrel win nIOI reieanmi Luti 4 ompomhse was ro.,rhwd. SO t~anh,.s would 6. wsrn only dnjtiug the homnit.omIng game' iinNovynmb.r, IN OCA LA PICKE TING-Charges May Be Dropped "ls el I his Sfte thui 5s IIII4 I' *st.n, Of tht indlhfvI .e .houit IelowidI If .1 deply roil earned tm~ut this,''She sid. SIh( jIM, s.Id .,uch Individual Can,, b(.aUs* Of IIhe widely varying
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Gladys Veers to East, But Sti I a Threca rike th'1 New rngln stat, wilh gale force winds slnia ii' r'In. ~Suicide' Goldwater DALLAS (UPI) -Sen. Barry M. Goldwater stumped Lyndon Johnson's home state Wednesday with charges the President misusedtax files to get campaign contributions. And he bid for veterans' Tapot with charges Johnson's military policies will lead to 'national suicide." The Republican presidential nomInee came to Dallas, a Republican stronghold, and motoreaded under rainy skies to the American Legion's 46th annual convention for a major address. Goldwater arrived from Fort Worth where he told a closed meeting of backers that he was investigating a letter written to "two Texas men." He said the letter threatened to use alleged irregularities in their income tax returns unless they contributed to the Johnson "campaign efforts." Goldwater referred to tdmlsuse"' of income tax files Tuesday during a west Texas swing that took bin, to Amnrillo, Midland and Odessa, but he did not amplify them, nor did he Wednesday. Rcamwing and smiling, Goldwater drew thunderous ovations from 6,800 people at Will Rogers Coliseum in Fort Worth and then came to Dallas where 100 persons met him at the airport. Driving Into downtown Dallas, the Goldwater motorcade followed partly the route taken by President Kennedy just 10 months ago Tuesday. But Goldwater did not go past the site of the assassinatIon. Goldwater again made Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara a' major target in his address before an estimated 6,000 of the 22,000 Lsgionnairs His speech was interrupted 30 times by appLause. When McNamara addressed the Legionnaires on Tuesday he was applauded four times. ~Amerkca Stand Up' WASHINGTOYN(UPI)-lnagloves oft speech, President Johnson said Wednesday that Americans must stand up arid be counted to prevent the country from being taken over by "reckless nd rejected extremes.' It wis the strongest attack the Prt.Ident has made in the election campaign-. It came before a union audience that roared its approval as he sid: "The American way of life. is under attack today from the fringe and from the extremes. "I call upon you, here and now, to begin this hour to start fighting in order to save it. "Our directions and our destiny must not be placedin the bands of those who would steer areckless and a callous course. We must be guided not by those whose compass points backward, but by those whose eyes and hearts are fixed in the stars that lead us forward." At another point he said: "Lot there be no mistake: It is the heart of our American way of life thatIs under attack, and those who love it must go forth and save it. "Americans are not presented with achoiceof liberalism and cOnservatism. "Americans ire faced today with a concerted bid for power by factions which oppose all that both parties have supported. It is a choice between the center and the fringe between the responsible mainstream of American experionce. 'if the challenge is loud, the call of duty is clear. "We are called to stand up and be counted. For we have a dutya clear and compellIng duty--to make it clear that America has not fallen and tWill not fall into the hands of extreTmists of any stripe."' ouR HoME-BAED LAANA os TrNE hIFIL 'd.* .4 4 kept oji the It. i,, nhuirr1 however, i asr It turne ,. i f s jul\A t -T 0.I L I 4' iJ~> I L!P tI rIportlItbh I he rorw iii spe.I oif the ,torm Weutlcer Bureau said Gladys would be ov n bout IS m 4th. by the tme It pas s.d Nantucket. Galefore wnds extended out 150 mniles to the west and 300 mileS to the east. Winds at the center of the storm were about 85 m.p.b. This made Gladys, The fourth hurricane or the season, ftc largest and at the same time the weakest of the year. Three other tropical storms of the season never built up to hurricane strength. Tbe Weather Bureau warned residents of low-lying areas that there was a danger of flooding. Tides were runnn as much as At trno sh rushed not, supplies IInt) I hp resident hi 4 homes. The New Englu cular were takuK h n i Cane as "'petulb acted more like inILtr a hurricane. But at the that is wa I 'pmeflvn J k,]l r So far the only Jr ih drtuu to the storm was in Nor iolk where John Huddi, 4,, replacing a hale-sm'i im a pane when a gust of wind as the one he was putting in. A e of glass sliced his throat a. hQ bled to death before lip I-t the hospital. Student Votng 'Offcals Regstse1 '(ooperAtIOnl uid Ntudellt help has tu.'n running smooth,' id Martin Schw irtz, secretary of interior, in reg ard to registration of student voting officials. For the coming election on Oct. voting machines will be placed in each of the 28 living tireks. Off-campus student headquarters for vrting will be the Student Service Center. In the October electIon, 30 positdons on the Legislative Council and four amendmnentb to the Honor Court consitutlon, will be listed on the ballot. ALWAYS FIRST QUAUiTY SAVINGS! 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Curta n Fa ling on 88th Faculty Members "rtder" ~~~I '. m Is ns r-'t. Ieode r ve rett M. DirksenI. l i .Ir i o u n .t h a t l i o u l l u p soii In t T1Onl-binding JmTTdmfltifl i This would merely express the "5ense of Corgre>s 2" that the courts should give the sales reasonable time to comply with legislative rrapportonmevt on in equal population basis. Baby Sitter The University of Florida i3.by Sitting Service operating from the office of Bob Deloach, secretary of labor has reported excellent response to Its initial week or operations. Barbara Maggs, Chairlady of the Baby Sitting Committee, reported that the staff of IS sitters had more jobs than they could handle laMt week. 45-pc Melmac DINNER WA RE Set Servi ce for Reg. 8 $15.84 $13.88 Plasti c HAMPER Re. $2.49 $1.99 Modern Decor POL E LAMPS Re $5.44 $4.99 0% Rayon RUG size 2ix 36 9Th Boxed GREETING CARDS 10-Roll 2-PJy Pack Tole' Receive '.1' lii [I .~' ft' II' I''' tI~ I t~'I 'I IC) lDirltar, n ,tln w.iald dcn ~ ruling that U"* uinem' rsuIpof Nt.'e b-l~c atuires mut ti L based en >er. P ul Duuglas. 1) -III., Dliimmnteud 1n [halt or fins of thn [)trksern idea: "s f r t)ur group Is tonctrned wi' ale nut 1.1 minK victim ry. It Is n&,t [hlvdl tUUS to claim victor y when you have just won.'' Thursd.y's voting Is expected to result in the shelising of DIrk Sen's proposal, then the adoption or the Anderson ctompromise. This would open the gates for adjournment of the election-year session of Congress. For the last 25 days the Senate has been bogged down In the reapportionmnent battle. Mansfield, In annowtclng his action, said he felt thN Senate had to act to break the deadlock arnd "ring down the Pyrex Instant 4-Cup COF E POT eReg. $1.59 SOC unpainted DESK Reg. $14.94 $10.99 Only 6 Girls & Boys 26"' BICYCLES Reg $33 to $39 $25.00 Wingback SWIVEL CHAIR Reg. $ 19.95 $16.88 500 Luncheon Get Weil--Birthday--NAPKINS LI. Lit' 'Li' .LK, I Faculty Club In t', loin the 4 F acuity (lut whit h now *Is SwingIing into Its eod year of operation. I oate on th ""n'v'"rsity' ""'l Course. the ciut, has lIve newly decorAted private dining rooms ready for daily luncheons, diepartmneuial meetIngs, post football game buffets and weekly buffets cii Thursday. The. first ma jo r Soc I .cvint of thei year will be the Faculty la I Frolics,* Oct. 3, according to John W. Siti'., club president. Annual dues are $10, payable to Clifton oliver. 104 Matherly Hall. Women's Stretch Orion KNEE SOX Reg SI. 19 e04 sample 0 pair CARPET per pc ---suze Metal, 18x27 77T 'iportant Paper PORT A FILE 5-Hole Filler h h'L 'I '4 n iiu' 1 I. .Ad.'mhi, tit In tesser Ilii tt itit ledi arts, .l.T. AlgeO. insistint Irofisor, Ftgllsh. J.I. 411e, iv~stt antpr fe.Nor, I or,.ign Eanguages, P.1. B3 arn y, research toorditwtor and professor, "elt Rl"edSevie mdt Psyi hology. R.A. Ihill. K, as SOCIJI $'i intojogi ,i, IitiL% F.xperimrent Station and 'T. [. lb r Icy, .assistant professor, Sun gery. J.R. Cad.', assistant prufisson, Medicine; W.I'. Callahan ill, ssistant professor, Anatomy, 1.1. Cebi ., N SO' i i .profe.sior, MIcrobiology, Il.E. D)eurl, as.I% tant prote i s, Industi gal Enginwrlng; anid hA. IDunavit, tont rid offi jr antI .' so I ate pr fesorN ici. it S'Ia'nc. And *.dihology. F.E. Firer, Fr., assistantt prorrofrssor, IIinuma it les, i.M. Garvtn, as istanit In library, Library; M.S. lieldingsfid, Podti lir Professor, Marketing. U.^ "*"ry.o.&'t"t 1rofeqs"rC -; M.E. hlllari, assistant prolessor, Nursins; A. ltower, proI'' sor. hr. m git I aiage. Jamres, .is s Is I ni professor, Manjjemsnt .11d IButIbeS. I .iw, E.M. Johnson, assistant professor, ,Anatomy; H.E. Kaufman, issel a te professor and chief of I ph2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. TIME LIFE SPORTS ILLUSRA1 MODERN PHOTOG THE NEW YORKER HIGH FIDELITY THE NEW YORK RE NEWSWEEK FORTUNE MADEMUI5ELLE Tenure *t L tii I pr \lc~own is~f~ I tst m prosr r'o it i wece .NIwbIrl, stiat p tass, tilonloiym. Id oruicitititri'; W. U. No y 0 issIiiit prlofe,.slr, Medline, II. surgiry. e. &. >awyen ir., professor, l vii Engllkerlhg, S.C. Sehank, .sitnt prilt.sot ind a 441Mtant *grornmist, A g ron o m y, W.M. Shenkle, tssoi iii, pi OfrSOr, Redl Estate .ini litblan land Stdies; C. .Sing eta, Mssclii profess Nor mnd thief of Otvlaryngology, Sairgeiy; D.W. SmIth,. asldsant prI) sr. Chieri1Try. I< .5flmitli, issistihi cOmm~fufl ItatImn spwcIatist, Agricultural it*'isio' "erv'e; K-M. Tinme*r'l"a" s "',I."' vr"''flsor, S.<-ondiary EducatIon, J.S. Vandivsr heid pi .fessor, Sociology. R.A. Weav.'r, .asslstant professor Med.Ii; 1.1 .Ya., .assI.tjnl chew,,I ,t. SotI., indl Ni.0 Roster, is S istahnt prob'ssow, E. tftrIcAj En '""u", '"14 De bate Team "A frhat., with .ithwr (xfordi I nlv.rlity ur I tintver.Ity from ,,eand Im bean,,pani. entt 1,l by tha ampun d .bat. t*e i," ,ssstant di r ntot of forensics, Miss tiryntj WMAti ,aid. the 'it, I. I* sch-dIuI-d for this wlnir Ut spring itte-r. EDo 3RAPHY ~VIE W OF BOOKS PA TRONIZE GA TO R A DVERTI SER S The Urowse Shop STUDENT RA TE MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS INCLUDI NG: PAPER 900 Sheets 99c See Eds New in

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----'U In dic,,China Featured on Struggle WUFT Charges Soph Sti,, E Brain 1g Twiste H I lhiji VOL h b ia .N t Asti up A IHrikiY 'iyjlut Idt in ou lung rdtuirIEw.,t y hi IS teleCaSt tiotighil it : pm. Ovul WUll IIV, hmnriel 5. finhitlej 'The Or. it Rivals,"' the prtoirnm lOOkS *'t the owrts thit led to the present i nflict id points up the impjxrtdince oftieoitcome to Ashr and the en*Ir, world. (Il i, U ii l iir .ri0 ', ji 4 runggl. will lProfessor Normin PlmlrhIr, seritr LMolitIUal scierntist Ai [hIi. riiorsity of PeinnsylunrIi's South Asia hRek'~uI,. Sltd.'s Pr og' am. Ca mpus News Bri Rummage Sale Dance Corn Bus mne ss Administration Chairmanship Dames will sponsor a rumFlorida Union DIa mage sale, Saturday beginning mittee is open. All at 6:30 adm. at Strickland people may come to Motors, 216 S.W. 2nd Ave. Florida Union. De Everyone is cordially invited, applications Is tog p.m. Interviews Faculty Meet day a 6 p.n. The Department of Philosophy will sponsor a faculty colloquium during 1964-65. The first meeting wilt be held tomorrow night, at 8 in Room 104 Anderson. Dr. Farhang Zabeehwill present a paper entitled "On Necessary Existence." Th. meeting is open to the public and all are cordially invited. FU Films The Florida Union Film Committee is sponsoring the following films this week-end: Thursday -Friday: "A Raisin in thle Sun,"' with S Idriy Pol tier Saturday -Sunday:' Five Finger Exercis,'" with Rosalind Russel and Jack Hawkins. All showings will be at 8:15 in the Medical Center Auditor lumn. Admission is 30 cents. es mittee for the nce Corninterested Room 315, adline for morrow, 5 are MooIdren Starting Oct. 5, children of Flavet Village residents will bays access to supervised recreation programs at the J.J. Finley School playground. This a.pplles for children In kindergarten through the 7th grade. 'Te hours are from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Monda y through Friday and 9 a.m. to noon Saturday. Social D orm Murphree Are., wiil hold a social with Yulee area Sept. 25 from 8 to 12 p.m. l~an ing will be emtceed by Stu Bowers. Refreshments will be served. FheitIr E([pihk )V-ii i <'I l(, rnJts the 801 IL Ail I. p tivy wiin this year hut inh with votr gjstr atlii. "I don't forsee my more p1r ket.1nw,'' l~~rit Ark s Id. "We wII't be loirig to'i much of wiL it At''., been inotted for in th$ 1pt."' Uiv,,birk said [hi or g *01/ tio miight meet Sunday. However, to who advisors to the gi oup this year will be. Crr*I and Sheehan were (0advisors to the group last year. Creel Is riot affllatted with SGEI{ thIs year, and Sheebui is at the University (,f Whsconsln doing graduate work. Both of the advisors were arrested In the Ocula case, but this week Creel said they were acting is Individuals and not sponsors of SGER. Creel said he heard rumor the case had been thrown out but had no recent word from Rodriguez so he didn't know. "we've had this thing hanging over our heads for eight months," he said. The group were arrested Dec. 7, and charged with breach of the peace. All pleaded not guilty when they appeared in court Dec. 9. At that time no date was set for atrial, and Rodriguez says am date has still not been set. Thw group reported it had been invitedI to Ocali by the local Nat Ion at AssociAtion for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) chapter to join in lhe segregation protest The group picketed with local Negroes more than an hour before the poike art ested them. No Negroes wet. iirested. IProfessoi rid students were he Id In the (Ocd i l'ol IC. St at Ion for approximately three hours during which time they werebok, fingerprinted and charged. FREE TICK ETS FROM ANY GATOR CANDIDATE OR AT THE INFORMATION BOOTH Up TOP 0' THE HUB -CASUAL DRESS P.M. -a ( A 'IIh L UF Grad Gets Ca mpaig nPost W duhng ol, t .( -Mettle l'. ljnih,b who received his PhD ii FConicl mnd BU'Jiess Adnmnnstr itioji fri I the LI in August, has been appointed to the National Steering Com mittee of Youth to (od aer-Miller'--' b I ime, Hrff, national director of Youth for Goldw iter -.Millet Now residing iii San jo,e,, Call forinia, [inmb ith Is the former chairmirn of the Florida Youth for (,oldwnte r-Mill. r. As aste. ring commhittee member, he joIns 19 other young political le iders from every section of the nation who advise the national Y -G-M Hleadjuarters on program arnd policy. In announcing the .ppotntment, iiarff said, '"Merle is typical of the intelligent and productive young men who hive been tInspired by the conservative philosophy symblized by the candldamcyofSenator Goldwater.,,' Dimbath said in accepting the appointment to the steering comnmittee, "I intend to enlist every interested young person to work for a Goldwater victory on Nov. 3rd. I am proud to be a part of the Goldwater teim." Dimbath Is an assistant prolessor at San Jose State College. junior Colttg.s ( i , the battery fts thve treas: I riglhihe hunmnities, mTathuem itt uiui social .ten s "Becau.,. thew i maim areas if liiiue til suits should he e ,q a examninees in plarlilig Hkt rationalpo i i "To provide uninihs i which to evaluate thes 'pa would be ner es,.ry fir dIt to participate. Voyles expalined that them are purely experirntiI I no official use or ricoN be made of the 'cores. I State University, Iniversy South Florida and the Ii wr to have their sophomore. t mk examinations. LI it mlI rt'a the HILLEL FOU NDA TION Special Acti vi ties Friday, Succc a turdoy Cafe Sept. 25, 7:3 ti, Services & ', Sept .26, 8 tel-Aviv 16 NW 18th twig hi j I p I A I ri Nt St. says: C. 0 -1~ 41 C, 'I-Mystery Fiavet Chil Rec C PM Pary PM i 8

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M ALOE'S Two U .S .Planes Downed --For Uof F SWEATSHIRTS T-SHIRTS PENNANTS 4 ,1' e JEWELRY MUGS DECAL S I Lfiill'.''hsI Sth Mt Alew y ke-m ini iii d \.>.s-ingks Ud it ilL \fi "'A J*"""lttt't I "i Ii III t.''L K thlmLiists N I -, i ft .iutp; t Nd iL4 "' 1t't' wh lielli Itl ii l'Ihlit Iltir' iL' II lI. ll 'i O't ti elhi t ohn hlithlin oet.l il s C ri [1 i L hi Iuic I t. sot c tl, i ui n.~i o 4 'hei Id. N I''M iiim it d 'ii,\ i t tIp 1 st.1 t 11i111 r kill i Ii r, t ihi s ei, rv toll N If N. GREEK? Of court' you want your pictuu in the SEMINOLEL Don't let the other Greeks have mole representoflon than you Sign the oppointrment sheets in your house TODAY ill IK PI( 11'0.I ARIht S( Nlundiay Vtiri.', Ly Sept tmk r J $ (Coti -' Octobyt 2J -5 I trout d.ys) 114A IST l()N lilA TAu MI11 TA TI iTA LI I'! (A I rA TAu 111 IA I'IA A[ 1}HA Al lilA (gAMMA lift) 1)1.ITA ( III 1)1 P A P811 (iN HI DI l I 1hu121 '1y -iIl i Al PA \[ ii IIIi ()MI G\X S I A P'1 A l 'hA I I'SII (N PMil Al liA NIMI( Ut6 N[ (Weitnl.SdIay lilt Ilhursc y) SIll ()MI GA I AMIIIA ('II Al l'IA >Ctulitr 19 -.'3 DI 'A GAMMA KAIIPA' API'A Al I. IS!IO IH Il A '\ D[T[A lAti I lilA N l i' I'I A (AN? I, I fA jil '. I5Sj KAPPA Atl PlA '1 fl NI October '4 -20 Ii I AMB[)A lHii SIGMA A [PHtA E~ItIS N15 SluMA (I Iii I IA SI( \ A PHil TI MES: Mlrd.y 200 -. G:00 'S [IAh N APPA 1'511> A PII 'SI (I KAI11A 1)11'1 A PI' MI /1 IA PAl' Al 'HA SI(A\ A A I IIA [I RAI'lA I IA 'Iil PI'l through F rtiy 5:00 P.M. 9 00 P.M. F rti.y, ({toh.r j6th Ff,,rnmdinrg NOTE: If you ,,re not .bh to be present it ih. tlmr% lIsts'I .bMAC, please notify the SF.MIMH! E OffIc after 2 P.M. Sen. Mundt Charges School yard Campaign 'in I, W \%It INGh I lP Si h is L r hi r ii d ithibit till I'hl soth LiAt IiIre "" I4 riiiin ( I I li i y t' thlt tintilligtt snig ai"'. I mp1 'hi'."' 4h sthi it, Uh i i mpl fithsi tth tig' of thii ig Ahiii ii dirof its R. I his, I'he 'I. m99' WIh itult I'' oii gs ii ls til Li1!% 1( ind ille Vihi l y LllltI ill his (>II c terplat)rt illlirto I tiii r "Th. itd, 'I nh 11101ks s te tle \It. Mliii Ihiw Ih 'll'. sImi n it kh I '%s di 'Iii I f& L "t iih6 cr111s i-it *1 mire l lrir Lotn I, Ii .i is ioiit ,nitt n ris iII, Iii .ipii' .i' LII P o1 i N alt ne s ni ull h Ia. l iii dchn a,, i hi A~ I) slin It emIs ii. )iihiit 1, i fill. hn.n n ti \ iu shil WIL it' k I' '4e11 iy In p sib yA YS(ni )Ne et h' \SySrued ItCSlb has a fashion ph relax. /, j1 j'i r'v -s 4) 2/ 9~ // N V V N ilbl 9Ir ii ." 'k it I hill',, ". Wi I, ir y ii'o A Il i 99 .'' II ha II mui' iiil iii 4 / I I Justrzolupts.v.OdeLXIththIA classic shirt. You cab, beutIfully, becauae Il'. denlgnd to flatter In an wncomplieated fay. Bermuds collar, ye, with --....... I F IT 'S A Al kA PHI P1 K PI' isophy. '4(, \1A SIGMA I, & [Al' K *'PIctures will nut br tkrn Weeki'nd. l a o ile'ist n an. ,int e th,'m d u temi n s onaut al o l s a e" not ulce in Ha. i IInp sh'il ran the di af f ille s Ileetween pe

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0 P I N IGN 4 I I 1)4 At I~L' p.rhl. (lilly, h lir ti i i 'juil it thi, loei StudenI Pu iationiS is 'Y hedililiqi to miepit ri th's purge if set tirig F new editor for fTip New )taInge IPe'*, l 's huiTI(I tiagizine. We THINK the rme.ting will bhi' routin,' one, and in etiitm~ will br serteil. however, yesteirlay, a persor {ijse t0 the board Iiformitd us that there waiN .possibility that Ttwrt Hli might exsrt its Influsrir and stall thm eleetin igairi, pe'hips Lermnnentiy. It is well known (hit Tlgert Hli is riot pita sedl with iltst year' New Orange Peel, nor the canrdidattes for the edltorship this year. it is hoped that tie Hoard will 1* a! lowel to c hose with discretion aix riot by intlrmldation. The results today should give a good Iidlettion of whither the student press at IiF h truly .i fret one. .--.3 N /7C~ /~JJA \ '~/RJI iN St raw Vote Welcome includedt ini the Oct. I Student Governmert election will 6' a straw vote between president a! candidates lyndon Johnson and Barry Goldwater arid between Florida gubernatorial candidates Haydon Burns arid Charles Kollev. We feel thrt this stRaw vote will I ncreais, st idint lnter st ii national and state campaigns and by so doing will encourag. students to become bNttr Informed of the issues in bxoth (anmpsigns. By determining student body opinion, In the straw vote, UF students will better be able to vi. w their own (,pirioni InI tem of the larger student context. We would lik., to think that the addition of t hise two straw votes on the Student Governnient ballot will greatly increase Interest as well in the SO elections. Many students do riot vote In SG elections out of an apithy or la'lnts'; we hope that the inclusion of the straw votes will bring to the pils tihos, persons who would otherwise stay horn. on Oct. Iand laugh .at the Mickey M oust" stude rt tereto. We feel that .rny Issis dinmanding StUdIelt Op~i~iin NhoLtiU I weleomici on the Student {ovririprt ballot. Tlis iiiCluldi' ill luestirns of Interast which could be l,,ttr .,sm.Lssd by polling the entire student body rather than, by being giiessl .at by i small group of student leaders. No srheduied election need be closed affair, limited to only that decision for which the election was originally called. Student opinion cannot be accutately assesseti by any other TmCEnS; no poIl of a limited sinipli. of studjents fir ix as acit it. iS A poi1 Liken of tii, entire student body; no slaigla', limited grOup (if students ciii speak .utho, it atively for the rest of the student bodly; rio amount of Letters ritivedi by the studirrt newspaper Call IC irately reflect t he vi, ws of the entire sturIc ni body. Let's support Student Govarimint ii this attempt to asciil ain student opinion, orn many divel Sc issues. SG,* we appl awl you itd stand behind you it this .tt.emapt to determine TRUE student opinions. The e Florida GAI QATOR Served by UnIted Press International Manqgirg Editor. Executive Editor. ......,. AssIstant Magagig Editor. Assistant Managing Editor. .. Editorial Pig. Editor. .... Sport. Editor. ........ City Editor. ........... Campm LIvhg Editor. .... KdI*OUIuI Assistants -Bruce ..... .......... ...... ......... Dudley, Tona ,Walker u undy *. Joel Gaston *.*Ron Spencer .* .Penny Czson .c Berkowitz .Jim Hammock .* .G Ienn Ianey ..kip Havisnr ackhe Cornellus LavIne, JIm Camfhlo, Ann Carter, Dcc Piurman, Nancy Brachey, Sam Uliman, Brute Lbsa (Circviation Manager), Stan Kuip (Cartoonist). lhpurters -Ed Barber (Tigert Hall Soat Chief), Patti Pitt. (Stuest Goernmect Roat ChIef), Jim Clxon. Hall Cain, Joe Koil, Darn Mowbray, Dob Goltb, Dorsal Decker, Jo. Waldorf, JLa Ncenqngb, abaroc Kelley, Yvett Cardozo, Greg Seitz, J. US~ua, Cynthia Thnstall, Anti Shrsrst.In, Wiliam So., Kales T51, Frank Sbqerd, Edwin Brownrigg, Harold Aldrich, Ias Aasrm, Agn Towhee, Gerald Jones, FranSnider, Thelma Ifc=am=a DCI 8adowki, Marjorie Green, Eva,, Laagbein, David Eige'@, Marilyn Drickin, Uti Brewir, Pris McColleuter, ontane Vadrurg, Susa U. Smith, David Ropes, Terry tqeus,8mt. Ualack, Kate. Mack, Sheldon Ciment, Joar tnston, CLYDE: R esolves DON GROaM Columnist Nothing wis kt ii disrupt game. Members of (I YI)I iiiorg. to heil sttlrip out 1I .' aid oa in voted riot to mtts> up the g (,raves wais crying tli this and shouldn't even pi y cin lh SMt. .saj wYe figure I C[\ to hi, tijubit a Never gain w ill w e h I1(kii In. After we ~a th twesomns and delti ur tive force e familiarly known as the F1GlING GAP(i, Ray bravess iii expect no 0101 help frirr tIs urg ini'itoi of meitn WhI irk intestiuiaI fortitude. The o rly oth r u I ness transited it tine CI Y Di meeting, wi s the pass ige of Srtsolutioni to erncoui .L t jaywalking on University Avern College Inn. Hondo Velocipede, ehairmna to encourage running over peo his committee had been able IS jaywalkers in the pist ridiculously low .1% of the univ and Chairman Ilondo says tf to succeed, he most have coo student body, The problem is not that to jaywalking. Hondo say' the p can'I interest enough people jaywalkers-. Hondo's resolution wais, Merchants B] To Encwurage Jaywalking 'S igretinig to give CLYDL'S corprtI -Fio to Clyde Hope in the coming premiletr i I Liii lie 'Lit iootb,, l the meeting was adjourned. It might be appropriate here tPae iii'itoi desgnL words abotit Clyde Hope mnd the h tt I rid e id Nobjdy apparently wants to vote IL]' ime. (oach ky (,oldwatrr or Johnson, which itivis CL I im s k,' Ce idy aide open for the man who Couirdl I t sine fitld with id who lii been .i coinstanitsouri 9 it ii. AL UheuLd riot .drl for Its rmwribers. People don't tr ust Barr y Goldw It-i ILL, has projected an image Lii ti lgiir-ltli People don't tU ust Lyndon Johnson her Li] never explained his connection with HWIb and Billy Sol Estes. Clyde Hope, on the othe a hanil, Is U o trustworthy. HIS actions and relo Il -a absolutely predictable. For example, during Flarricati, ior Is. dci oss Florida, Clyde hope w I iii i selling flood insurance. The small pru. the policy stated specifically: 'If their Grooms flood, your money wail be refunded." Clyde [lope visited the Cuban refuge I ETL sometimes called Miami--and peddled LII'Li ue across from the of Dachtu Concentration Camp victirrs. He is now president of his own correspoIlnr nof the committee school of business administration. Tip'n pie, reported that is quite simple. Mr. Hope asks the qumtsia tii ruai over only ''How can I double my typing speed'' Ii 'I week, This is a you get this answe: ''Type twice ifu ersity ((inmunity, This is just a few illustrations to show ho^A his committee is aggressive, clever, insidious andi trustworth> perition from the our candidate is. o few people ire roblem Is that he in running over passed, an ml tter lamed EDITOR: Recently I fell victim to a skillful Gainesville busInessman resulting in substantial loss of money to myself. From conversations with my colleagues at the Health Center, it seems th t mine is not a Unique experience. Is this as frequent as It seems or hate I met highly select group of disgruntled anarchists' I do not wish to involve. the Alligator in my personal problems. However, If Gainesville businessmen are flagrantly exploiting t nt ersity personnel, then some collectti,. His sloaa for the coming pie campaign is: PUT YOUR CONFIDEN CONFIDENCE MAN. In the next edition of this column discuss the issues of the election. side CI I nt I IN WI Au 'Protector Of Peace EDlTOR: lii your editorial rote Friday you lumped It> understandably irate Inhabitants of Tolbert ire' as anti-music, anti-band, halftIme haters iaL perhaps anti-football or even anti-FOrIdA. are not. We are, as was so aptly stated, Tm mioftals, We ilve under a highly comlpetithuniversity system where two aspects of our lit' are already hard lpressed-studies and sleep. Sir, have you ever tried to st*dy with the gito band outside your window" Or tried to sled when fiend with a bull hornIs shouting ordrsr it Is not that wt don't appreciate the half-timre r I 2 / (~) F 1. ---I

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AT R CL A flIED For SaleJ For Sale 7For Sale] L Wanted Autos j I I, b I> thtIABI L ,er'i Irpatypewrlt.'r. 01111 ,i et*'i. $50. C 'LlI 6 p.m. ( A-la -2t-c). d>ON Electric Kuir. I .elet dnItn. C all F P t--jS3$.'tA-IV St'FE SAuL. /uciapp. talct Erank it P1 1 ambtd.I Phi :ijaSe it 6:3O. (A-13-51.c). IHI AB[E T~ipt Ieordr, ll itioitor precision sit with ,peed dual trik. Complete with tlIphoie pickup and foot control Ilk. new. Call FR 2-7134. (A-Il '( C). ll.s 'i-1-t U I. Ir I H 'i itt' tro I. i -i -S cnli,' 'ill tte, I --l -31-ct. ~CKAFRED HITCHCOCK' suspenseful sex mystery THAT MAN IS BACK "MARNIE SEANNCONNERY 'TI PPI'~~~ HERN ICNCJ 'Anal,? to -Sn I' 'R:Nk I I \ la tt i ,n e i1. I24 h I 'htton. 1f l, Iia, Slt toll Fta i -. I'iiiw I, w Iii Roii I tLLi'e B. fli\ n Imii n dii, ''x 1t0le t \l esttil II tp rW rsits \e.L( ott Re For Rent Il IL) t h t. I 'It h.6 (li 4I-I ruit < rj~ i ttude L. >8; shpp.1 old. sIn XE [ln -It NIn -I o. k pUt. -ed oory i t it. $411 pu i' II IIn t -'I1 -afp r 7ali LI NOW! 3 SMASH HITS I LAST TIMES TONIGHT 8:50 4 Mnte at 7-00 Towers THE NAKED KISS 3rd Bonus Hit at 10:30 F. S inatra 1. Harvey MANCHV RJAN See 2 Hits Lat as 8:50 I U o ,e Cp Ii tn~ hIthg sw NI t une e in ob it k oo LI i > I. InIi -s whtit tt'M r-IIe 1I I 1)1'I' c .Ith Si -p t In It p l G It~ i I --I tI it e, \\NII tuha bilu~s iglito',i tik~ -d T rade mit I ,00 p.m1. 1~ -12It-pb. LHe1P_ Wanted \II \ t'NL i \ inon 'litu pI, lp, urut. \lits 19 itt'm pru b' ~inl,1 'uit Sbtgsv '''M I'' .4 <1 4'd t i ih ii h .-l -----.L --t. limi sIIh I E ii. 'II t uj i' I, tip -ih Iino 'I, -Il lt iefli. y pt t I (fip, I .s .-i -p Ii I IM -.ilto h a r, 40th0 ith LU-oli-tndit Nau ElN \ t I I' t i 'ln t Il-ItI. $8 ii). I' PAL IPINE S350. tcnilIit, horrific Pci Vt) $42 5. uns I 'Is ii, very gmda hia l4 NW trit call (7-2707. (iI')ti Ml Pt Ill S8 lit, l'%t5 .t oletlnt .SI Itf. i-i 1,1,fhslt tills iiH $s;. ibhtni' Alik, In IHmt. NI. If ii Njtig'm .ii-14US I $375. '57 2-6471.Aak fur N''ct steirg tiuI hr tke,~ I& II uuiA lT, .I 1 IIn $n2 -;I 711 i--' h i 'i, SX~I FRI Nul It' IXI u .t''i for t11I414C 'I il I b 't L2 If -Iii ). Jobs wanted] li'l~.IN( II+ I tea t rythmi I tillshIel (roupi. Itot kit roll Bu -Staundar d. -A iythlng.I .31 Lost & Found I IA SI -t r',und Sept. IC p a Ii of lidbs plainblack frjni0glassr. ICew. rd. C eil 376-3261, FLxt. 2651 after 'S:OO FR 2-5675. (1-14 -It -C). IAs -One brown gmrse at Phi Kippa I sU lowse. lras return Rers Nwa r. P3. :* .4urn ',r c41i Staple Smith JR C cns, /*14 IT? smna BE TTE R YOU SHOULD ASK, WHO AI N'T? I muip, i week '1(11. 4, 11<'71aK IiitrIG I -1hiW n Nyrn i', ou ltn ii, II, r 'il. li hj ut pA. nW it -694 '" I')'V IXfi iF I"romtt t wo-tonr blue. t omr by irnd maik$ An oiler. Hon Spein'.r. 1634 NW 3rd Plan. Services 1'R() lssi( NAL I.TVPING don. in my homn. I? vnar. *wprtencs. Medical Thrminology ps.sed. (Ai approved Griduit. list. Stwdentu, rid"ii I stMenn, offices on ramusrail Mrs. Lyons anytine 6-7180. Id -34.3It-'). MILl k~t 4 SONS Auto Psintliw Sf,3,, aIl crr $2g.95; body work. 732 Nw 1st Stre-t, Across fronm whit IletrIc. ALL tok IN~h4IEL FLYING privtil.ge wit h shae. of TyhztgL. Flying Clob. f ly for $1.50 par hour and get jiren. for wider $200. 3781947. (U-AZ-St-c). I BARBEIRS SpeciaIts. lAg rwar hair ctts. for scah et. tell Shown lst Constance ''WBOX OPENS IP.M. I~ 4 --st. t't~h' ~'Y a i, at m be atent Mini 10, al ill.

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r SG Constitution I di l'OFi V|| lo W f t "The llitir ( ourt shall refraiti from riling or prOse utlnw formal I charges, mnd shall instead (I) Make a written ret ord of the violation to be destroyed upin the graduation of the defendiant, such destruction to be conditional upon the good behavior of the defendant following such violation; and (2) NotIfy the proper faculty member that said defe nd a nt has voluntarily con-tossed to the offense of (belting, and that stid defendant concurs In the lion,., Court's recoinmen datlon, that said deferndint be gi ven a failing grmde on the particular academic paper directly Invol vd In such cheating; the this V procedure is to be followed only where all (if the following requiremeonts are met: I. The defendant, apprised of such violatIon by any source other than by students acting for the Honor Court In official capacity, must voluntarily report subh violation to the Honor Court or to any honor Court official within no more than twenty-four hours after belng apprised of s Ur h violation. 2. The defendant mrust have no previous conviction of any Honor Court vIol at ion. 3. At .i hearing it which the defendant Is present and represented by counsel, the Chancellor and both Vice Chancellors, taking Into consideration eme seriousness a nd n at ure of the particular offense, tie premedItated design ofi th e defendant, and other relevant factors, unanimously concur that such procedure shall be followed. Second Amendment: Change Article iV, Paragraph $, last Section 409, ''IL| '' I I [ .i. r fjptiteji sti r 't ei the ri' orisistelit with the H ILsu I 'lure mnd pu tpxse of t h. C ourt lid the fHono r C rxie. i i I U 1n 19* Iiud Anmcnd meant: Ch ange Art,. I IV, %ection 04, larag raph I), first sentenre to riad: "Jury --the triers of firt be fore the Honor Court shall at ill tlmes ( onsist ,f six full time sophomore, upper division, (irg raduite students of the Iniversity of Plor-i." Fourth niendmnent: BE ETITI( N NE CESS A fY ) Chialige A rticle IV, sect on, 404, l'aragraiph I (A), second senteic to read: "To qualify tot tier tin, tine nwin fee must hive completely at least twenty (20) ci edit hours in the College of Law, have it least S2.00 academic average, and have acquired One trimne'ter's experience on the Honor Court by having served as a Justice, Clerk, Assistant Counsel, or Counsel for at lrast one trimester." UNIVERSITY OF FlORIDA STUDENT HOl)Y CONSTITUTION A RTIC li IV. TilE JUI-ltARtY SECTION 403. JudicIal Powers. All Bod be v S UC est Coui the limi sentence, to of Judicial powers of the Student y, both penal and civil, shall ,ested in the Honor Court and h other tribunals is ire a blihe d by the legislative ncii, provided, however, that legislative C'ouncli shill not t the jurisdiction or authority he hiotor Court is provided i i th' consent of th. President if the Johni M arsha I B it As mothat ion, ii Attorney Gener I1. fo qualify, the nomi fee mTust have completeti at least twenty (20) credit hours In the College of I iw andl hive t leat a 2.00 academ1 C iverige, and hive served at let ,t e >,m) e i siS C I presenting in unsel or defeiis, counsel,. U. Chief [)efense C outnsel -There Ih Nl h ppirteii by the ( handelo with the (onsePM Of thi ireu dent of the John Marshill Bit As socicition, ,i Chief Defense Counsel. To otulify, the nominee mutst hiaie complet.rIat least twen2y.0) credithbouts in the (oliege of [ .' oid hive at IeASt 'a .0 adsernia average and have served jt Ic a s t one semester is a prk-entirg Counsel or d etc rse couisrI. L. J usticts -Justices of t h e regular session shall be chosen in the second tri-mester election by plurality vote of their respective colleges as follows: 1. One Justice from each of the following colleges: i lloriu.dK oti h IPO i U urpti i 0 thr stud-nd FBrdy .f the nIwrtm If lurid .The Honor ( KdI assnie aninlherfnt senwsof houor ind rpinsibi lily in Ill I Ic rida St u le n ts prohibits h ett i ng, s aing mnd kssuring worthless lie ks ad p1 icrs respon' ibllity f or it, *nfor< nment on~ everyv ctidet. S F ( Tim N 403. 'The Ifono r SystemR. Tbh onor (our tshill be responsiblt for the orintation it ill nlEw studinits in the honor 'System~ id shill it ill times endeavor to promote the effectiveness of the lI.rnur System .imlong iii students by 4uch measures is are tied essa ry I, I r,.noniible. The ( hincellor shaill appoint Public Relations Coordilnitor rid ( committee to assist him in cart yinrg out t h i r espo niiility-. SF ( T(IN 404. (fficers uid Meiher-, ,f the Honor ( ourt. I. The Officirs of the Honor Court of the regular session shall be is to Lows: A. (hinrellor -There shall be one Chancellor elected at etach second tri-nmester election by a plurality of the student body of the tmni'ersity or Florila. ro qualify for election, the nlOmmliet' must have completed at least twenty (20) credit hours In the College of law and have at least S2.00 academic 'ver-age. El. Clerk -There shill be one Clerk elected at eabh second tri mester election by a plurality of the student body of the University of Florida. To quality for election, 'The The College of Agr College of Arts c. The College of Ic Administration d. The College of El e. The College of Medic f. The Coliege of Pt g. 'The College of Phys' ucation & Health F,. The College of Law I. The College of Eng j. The College of Arch trnd Fine Arts k. The College of Nursir A I rhiStic ,'-. o.' h (iLnLl lt'' in 'm aN oplUflL In iss. \. stuideit h ill gjuamiy for *Ittti4I is lustlc. of the H1(n10 ( ourt who, exceptirit F ramhrmen with no rirul gride it the t ime of his election. does ntw h lye it ceitA 2.00 ac demjir Yverage for his total perioxd '1: .mc miI' t of the inudent body. F .Vie Chancellors -Two (2) V Ic. Charcllors shill be -elected by the Justices of the Regvlar Semsion (to] among themselves, G3. P resrenthng (ounstIs -The Attorney CeneriI with the approval of the Chancellor shall have the power to rPpolint .i staff of pre-. crnti i g (oultsels is he deems proper t0 fill the obligation of his office. TO qualINy, the nominee must be ehirolled in the College of I tw. F!. lDefeivie Counsels -The Chief Defense (rnlnsel with the approval of the Cilanceilor shill hive the power to jppint a staff of lDeferise Counsels to fill the obligations of his office, 'to qualify, the nomnine must be etrolled in the College oC Law. I. Jury -The triers of facd before the honor Court shaili at all times Coiisist Of six tipper division, fuji-time students of the 'iculture tUniYe rsity of Ito rida. Such Jurors & scito be eligible, riiust be disinterested in referee to the ~ustness parties Inwolved and cannwit be l aw students; Drovided also that the ducation prospem-tive jurors nust have ait bne least a 2.00 academic average and harmacynot be sut~ject to any disciplinary Seal Edsanction fly the bean of Mens office, Dtin of Women's office or t he Farul y bisciplina ry Inetririg Committee. Such prospective itecture Jurors shail be selected at random from the Student Body by the Clerk. ng (Conti nued on Page 9) 'I ACROSS w anTxorr Ton ans8 a. ).

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SG Constitution etI gslitivi I.n OULL oi r I QI I e l ion lid t. iilse -Ine., ye.t, tor Pu cli ht1!h Nh qfit i(f the IHotor ( oupn llulr iig h,15 teriL it rifice, nyV titer uftie if thp >ttiil-t .h1o Of laly eli, tit of cl [provil of the .justices withi rty -right (48) hours dftrr the Va~ has 0c urredi. Vacancy in the Office of Clerk -hstice shill be by sppintc-it by the Chancellor with Iclurity approval of the Justice Vacancy in any of the Honor ourt ippointive offices shall bh lied is originally prescribed by i, corist itutic n. .C'll()N 406. curt Officers. Duties of Honor lTh, Chancellor shall direct nit be respmntIbhe for the per cr11 di of all duties ind! InCtins of the Honor Court jnd I, Tilm rn be rs. He shill bhr espnl ) for the or. nta tic i of II new students in the [honor ndl ii promrot. the efiecthe ess if t' honor System Amng h II stiderit, by such mecisuris is I hoc issury and reisuincbie, .h, (jerk shall [SISI the hiictIloi at his direction in the Ct fcr,,tnceof his duties and shIl nime the full adminiist rat vvi m .-, .,h ,, I n i it i, | i I. Ih lit' thet ( let k in (thilt I ilLo LIPm 0S, Ir ryti m i t T Clverkin stm I4,sh11 eiit{r'e Lih ti helit, rtial l.s'iing shill jt n ithini ilth' I thlt I ta Ii I, I,', ri t hilt iii whtrh l tit Silt Ii LI,'il uilyo li'thItiig, bLid ih ks. .ii tp ilt* ill the I i ei dz tic, aill ret bud checks .and eethciVcil them honiorid. Thi .lustiut keep reguli r oft ice hours formr 'ut-h other dulte Chitit lb, ma y prPsc: miail ity of .just i-s ml tV the ( hace'clloz 0 th.( Fly 'fistice, cit AtcIt.'es hit ,IIs [efen.t C uum,,' Jr ltsast fIer tii tilng Ii mtell! ent I 01to liiw' i tLt Ath tici ',ri th stilt: thaLII prt sttilh (~ h lie relbire I Hey! 1L4)k Us flier We want to know you at khe 60Itge Uop' n i he )tjts Of tu, hIii V s ir. to .15 thlt' tin'. A Ierk. (il Gteil i to i t, hItn whly with Iiis itinsttutitli of Ith. studltic bidy. OiL i th' t Ic pin'liir b n -i ig ited t i 11 irkgs '4Pl thy, citr [i iie i ll pr Lent lh't' in sning i.+vd etil I sh ll -. i 'l I -ii ill 1'.' L'n'11111. '1 'elha 'I' tiihwt i h i.IniL m Ii il umf Itll, nhit u whgili t hil ithitIweiltl' pIe~L*1[u -.1 w th it 1h1l4.i kuhlh~ if viii thltulis prb id in thii ( tistitiution tnd thuflitcd ucid pirolhII tttI by tlit linopiittui uii LiIs. .lTh. Ilol vlcplatIorn of -. 'The etily Sode sh411 I tlefii.,d by a pii ulgat'd it Court shiull hav Vt jurIbcdirtin 0 Vi I the honor Caxde. vitiltiopnLof time loilo win thuls checks .s Is if the 111)1K Court, bHijntdaily vitte if .li, lunch C nut shill Ilso t. Plristllei Li over ,tudints cltep1 fir tmp t is dJ.iinii it Sit lii i 8. Shi, iriiC I itpiujuitri with hth' IpIol)iowii o ith (i, onistituitioii in ill I 49w iin which hth Atitt icy ''i' o I m t ilts -cli itnfl itiitn, ilt' Jll y sh il ii I Lit 'iu'js vote iS -Ix Ji) Illrs. iii Gull
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SG sttuieit ray r.' ci, 'ty (( i f the roilowingc pnla tlis: 2. penalty bouts, not 0o 0es fifteen 015). 3. suspensIon from the Uni versity for a period not to pwcmni one (l) year. I>. in all cases of academic cheating, a convicted student may be awarded a failing grade in the course involved Instead of or In addition to the penalties prescribed in the preceding clause (SECION 410 (1) (Ca)). C. Where the circumstances surrounding the violation are ex-. traordinary, a convicted student may be permanently expelled from the University. 2. PenaltIes for contempt shall not exceed six (6) hours per offense. of court penalty SECTION 411. ConfidentIal Nature of Information. L. All information concerning the identity of those accused of violation of the Honor Code shall be confidential and shall be disclosed only to the extent necessary for the performance of the off icI al functions of the Honor Court or as further provided by t hi Constitution. 2. Where a student is found not guilty of auch a charge of Honor Code violations, all records of such charge shall be destroyed. 3. Where a student is found guilty of such a charge of Honor Code violation, all records of such offense shall be kept by the Honor Court and a notice of such Honor Code violations shall be placed tn the student's permanent record ft he. SECTION 412. Penal Decrees. The Honor Court shall publish every finding of guilt of an Honor Code violation, within on. (I) week after such decision becomes final. Publication shall only be in the form of a Penal flecree containing the date of the decisionof the Honor Court, the nature of the violation,. the penalty, and signed by the Chancellor and the Clerk. SECTION 413. civil Juriadictionof the Honor Court. I. Upon written request of the president of the student body, or upon written petition of twenty (20) members of the stad body, the Honor Court shall interpret any part of this Constitution or of any law or charter enacted or granted by the Legislative Council, provided such request or option shall be published In THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR or THE SUMMER GATOR within the two (2) weeks prior to action thereon by the Honor Court, and provided the Interpretation by the Honor Court shall be published in ThE FLO)RIDA ALliGATOR or THE SUMMER GATOR within one (I) week aftr it is rendered. All such interpretation, shall be final. Constitution I. Inw sp(IO [4 ioviaiio h p:ovmsioNs rfle{ oristiti,, iir liartpr, the intrpi.4tiui'of which is sought. b. The probi m, junmtiott, or (ontroYersy #h Ich wi ll h* resol vMij by such interpretation. C. The Interpretation which In the opinion of the party Or pat1es tiling the request or petition, would be proper and the specific reasons .md constitutional grounds upor, which that opinion is based. 3. A request or petition shall be deemed filed with the Chancellor when delivered by the party or parties thereto to the person in charge of the Honor Court Office during regular office hours. Such person In charge may be the Chancellor, Clerk, a Justice or the Honor Court Secretary. 4. Any request or petition not satisfying the above requirements shall within two (2)days (exclusive of Saturdays,Sundays and holidays) after the filing thereof be rejected by the Chancellor and returned to the party who filed It with a brief statement of the reasons for such rejection. The rejected request or petition may then be amended to conform with the requirements and be reifiled. s. The Honor Court shall for cause shown, order any officer of the Student Government or of any subsidiary organization, to perform any lawful act, or to refrain or desist from action tinlawful and such order shall be published in THE F LO R IDA ALLIGATOR or THE SUMMER GA'TOR within one (1) week after they are made. Failure to obey an order of the Honor Court shall result in said person being held in contempt of tht Honor Court. 6. The Honor Court shall render the Interpretations and shall make the orders provided by this section only after a public hearing at which any interested person shall be entitled to be heard, provided that temporary orders to retrain or desist from acting unlawfully may be granted by the Chanceilor without such hearing, and s uch t e mp or ary orders shall be affirmed or vacated by the Honor Court witbln forty-eight (48) hours and after a public hearingihereon. 7. A quorum for rendering an interpretation or making an order under the provisions of this section shall be len (10) Justices of the Honor Court and a majority of the Justices present must concur in the interpretation of order. Every Justice present shall participate provided .ny member shall for cause shown be disqualified by a majority of the members present and provided the Chancellor shall participate where the votes of the Justices are evenly divided. SECTION 434. ElectIon duties of the Honor Court. The Justices of the Honor Court pjicvqj. ror Ind fir. t th. I ud )eiIniIg of the v(,tes atier wil c urt to thesecretatry or le~tinS .nd Impund the ballots until tii. election is canvassed by the lekis CITY AUTOMATIC TR ANSMISSION ,INC. A/aNk GuLortnteed Free Pc up & Delivery Free Estimates 10 Per Cent Discount to All UF or Florida Students Showing ID's GRAD COLLEGE September October 5 A PICTURE-TAKING SCHEDULE 28 -9 0October 12-15 (four days) October 19 -23 October 26-30 November 2 -6 October Education Medic ize Arts and Sciences Journalism and Communications Architecture and Fine Arts Business Administration Engineering NU rs ing Physical Education and Health Agriculture Health Related Services Pharmay Forestry TIMES: Monday through Friday 12:00 -5:09 P.M. 6:00 -9:00 P.M. *Pictures will not be taken Friday, October 16, Homecoming Weekend. NOTE: if you are unable to be present at the times listed above, Of course you want your picture in the SEMINOL E if you L are graduating this fatl, winter or picture appointment in your spring. Sign up for a clg NOW! Unitd Rent-aR

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S Unhopi & ight Msissisppi st.,te football players received their baptism na tlw Bulldogs 21--7 openlng-gamte loss to Texas Tech last week aid ters will likely make their debut in siturdaty night's Southeastern ConlereCflC inaugural against F lorida to Jackson. M iking their first varsity appearance for Mississippi State was end Harland Reed of McComb, tackles Bubba Hamptonof Meridian ad Ray Cushmnan of Biirdlord, Pa., guards Tom Folliard of Wrshington, D.C., and Charles isd Yates of Natchez, center Leslie Newton of Vlcksburg and halfback Marcus Rhoden of Maccdenny, Hla. Also playing in his first varsity game was lteebacker Jim Ilghtsey of Bay Springs, a transfer from Jones Junior College. Reed, Hampton, Newton, Folliari. Yates and Rhoden are all A It / / ft 'S Baptism A ffair tie1 lt L E f'ni iii un I f r isfi 5 f.lL 'eOIL A s i tiln. li w as tIeittut 4f ttios tbi s''ei"rinrt' with stlc'\ '(i,'ri utrit, white Newton ani .jlli,e I lng with daets t-Gnsit sttrtei s. Folliard, I 110) -Sulill ii 'hip bOX .is fieshnm In, ml ide Cl espeillvy auspicious di rut, lie w as Caened with four tndi:VILIU I teki, nia 1 R hod e vi, who w is ipese durlag his frosh renpelgnt nd throughout spring rehoarseis, aso slowed with injury ad Siw (nly brief game duty. While hae Is no neweomie to the varsIty, halftek M ryin Cornelius, junior from Mobile, returned to the lineup titer a yea r's absence end came through with a fine perfornmance in State's defensive backfield. Cornelius, who was hurt midway of the 1962 season, sat out the '63 campaign following ,i back operation. Against Texas Tech Cornelius went all the way In State's defenSsive secondary, long with Dan Bland at the other halfback slot and James Carroll at safety. Cornelius was credited with six tackles aid broke up a pass. Bland is a junior from Coving_ton, Tenn., while Carroll, also a Junior, Is from Picayune. The most walked about Slacks on Campus contain DACRON, Hubbard S 1(ks have a faca Pt for fashions of I Dnc'c polyester anid lb combed cotton Sty led mr C lassie p1 am front and traditional Gaj Blade models fur wraMie free good looks and carefree comfort, at Better Stores everywhere Fm The Psessbcx GLENN ANSY Sport, Ed aoe Edward, Face Dogs Florida 11 I tote GOLF Driving Range U.S. 41 Nort OPE N Saturday all day 8 a.m. -U p. U Monday Thru FridcyA N Sunday I p.m. -8 p.m hone372-7066 -j Rumors Galore (ar we ar-, I,. th ui i. ~a k. lift} that fotht all wt isori cnt rumofltsr mr flyiii alreadv. lBegg.et n Ih' lidtn a couple of itmo, td.ti I Ir (I a 'S itriujl tt ganu 'Aitli I' N Thin e bitt -on e lk up % i n .'La it' *pv whig h over?, mg the stujert go\n imiat ofahl thie i ma th rtfr busse., to tith 151 ndth(ongua gries. It might be somnethinw worthwhile mr siumi. optriw y >rung steadent plit to look into if Iidil it is iily rumnr at this tIm \nuthar 'unmo, whiCh seemS ii Pe i little far out, but -till irahe realm of pLsibIilty comcerui, the I'I ecitikaul T\ svystem. It si,'msb sam, on, I r1enmed up the ide of lhooking up ouit \ %>.ttrm with that of F'SI ', 11nd ttlevIsirw the gumn back to thlt c imiu litiw about it I r. lhb 1s isi, is it possible Be Quiet SE C es tiri lay we r 'I en artIc le sent to us from the jellcu of t he Soutlwast crene ence (SIC). It concerned the making of notIse. While the '.tory ks oily one lay 01(d we havye had soom, vi, lent ob)j ciions to the citrtIce. People want to know why .just as we 'cit getting somw real goo.I school spirit it the (F, does someone runme alkng aid say "OR kids, let''. shut up.'' [his is 01k thIng we really didn't want to tike .e stand Ont IHowtver I guess we have to. It may be a childish, Immature approach, but I say why can't we yell all we want. This year Florida fans have 'onsthing to sCreeim About. So it slows down the game for a couple of minutes. I am .,ure it will not reach the proportion where it will make the game as 4mow t5 baseball. The farns pay their money, let them scream their heads off. Anyway, if tlis rule was strictly enforced ISLI wuld never wiet another football game on their homnegrounds. Those fans down there are rabid. Nothing To Lose Florida goes into the Mississippi Stile game with nothing to lose except the be Ilgan. The Bulldogs .rc still two point favorite, to take the Gators, even after their upset jt the hinds of Tex,.' Tech last week. If Florida goes In there and upsets themt It will set thm, stage for their next encounter out west when they venture to Tlgert Stadium in Baton Relige to face the Bengal. of 1511. If they pull that 1nm off we might wake up Sunday morning Oct. 4 and find ourselves with )fne Of the top ten team,, in the nation steyueK right her p.In (slanesvl I. SHIRTS f E R9 U|EE l py WA TER BASKETBALL SCORES LAST NIGHT: PDT 12 -BTP 10 SN 2OSPE 5 IXA H -DU 7 PEP 26 -A GR 10 01D 9SAE 7 KLEAN-A-MATIC .AUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING QUALITY IS m N m D Phone it tat gtti.t re a 1py e itir l1ss uight's 'sutheaesterna t'oofarenre Ipeinar agatnst Florida .n ickitin. Satuiav meght''4 Memtoia 1 adhinm genie a th' st'rjtd half of a rbmiter college iloubiehejdei the iftirnoorigamre rbathinlg oI@Miscnd kentiack in enuthet top 81While ( oach I' ml Dasvis wa. not It ill pleased with Stat', rst gam. '.hOWIng, he hid Words Of pi r Il so c foi arterbark I am F dwardP. Davis i, "Fdwards pilay.'d I ie.t! fin. football Lam. Fit moved the ball well awld.howvd gotd leacder,hip.' E.dwards, I Sehior from Dirmlnghami. Ala. understudy to Soiiny I inhaIe %at SuJSOn, it Tried the bull 15 times for ., h.$ of 38 yards end hit fouc of seven passes for 321 yaz 6. lBesices Folilurd, the Hul&4a cu h also thought end IHjrland Heed and tackle Bubba Ii a mi plo n irrfonmed well in their first varstty action. Reg ar ding tht openirc loan, Davis declared, 'We playedagood tough heau and Just got beat," adding. "You car't play a team the caliber of Tech and make I h. m''take, wi' did ad win"" Th. mistakes lDavin had reference to were the Ic. of 1hr. rumbles, two Ind h Th2, one on the 3 ai another on the I'7, and two 94158 InterceptIons. The Bulldogs also had .ag9-yard kickoff return flor a touclidowin by D)an BLand called back because of a clipig pelty Dai Wa not happy with th. call aftht studying genie movie,, saying, ''our fint. show It was j prftetly legpi block; It certainly wa, not snilp." As florid. paeparatlocs got underway, lDavls wahalulteooncairned with th.' physIcal cooditloc of the Iluildogs, who wer, far from tot, shap. for the Texan Tech battle. 0 ma a rzd Sherman Douglas and Hilton Ball were bxolh hurt in the first quarter while ends Bill Mc (suit.e nd Tommy inman liter tent icat with, Injuries. inmn, who has Pinched hip, should be abl, to pity thin week. Thm. other. are

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Lonesome End Clicks I -~ .'a .--, a -----,-. b~ ~ a U a ..~a -tu~. a -. --S I ______ ~?~ K~ q~~1 Ic ~ ~ dW~Lt w48 Li a-'V.-e p Id JACK HARPER jars loose from tacklers on long SMU game. TD Run Fea To Gator J WILLIAM BOE Sports Writer hiow does it reel to grab punt and carry it baick 80 yards toscore against SMU in front of Thousands of cheering fJns9 "'H--, It felt great''' That was junior tailback Jack Harper's answer, the follow that UF defense Uses Gimmick "No No Grand Jay" In bright orange letters bedecked the helmets of the Florida defensive unit to day. The signs, an attempt to psychologically get the boys up for their game agaInst MissIssippi State were put out by "some underground printing operation" said head coach Ray Graves. Whlle the defense wore their symbols of hate toward the 220 pound State fuilbak Boyle Granger, the offensive wit worked almost exclusively onrunning plays. "We mus t make our running game work anid control the ball to win this game'' Graves said. Our offensive line blocking has to be better t,'n it wa's against SMU. Graves is looking for a defensive bail game wilth either team beig satisfied with a one point victory. "'Just so it Isn't a tie,'' Graves said. "Mississippi State wasn't beat last week, they .ere upset," Oia defense Craves still feels his team is having trouble stopping lih. Stat. option play. A couple of tussles for positions ire shaping upduringpracticethis wek. Bill Carr and Ji. Bi~nson are both fighting it out for the starting assignment at the oftensprint in els Great Harper did just that list Saturday in the season's opening victory on Florida Field. it was a big day for Harper who erased SMU's 8-7 lead with his brilliant run in the third quarter. It was only Harper's second Gator T[) since his stay with the squad. His first TI) was a hardly-noticed short plunge into the end zone against Rkchmond last year. Alt oug sna m e h asn 't m ad years with the team, Harper has He, like the rest of the Gators, is looking forward to Saturday's Mississippi State game In Jackson. "We're better tlhentbem. We'll beat them," he bluntly remarked. The team's In better shape then he's ever seen it before. "We're together as a team and feeling different thhan last year. That's the reason we lost some games last year--It wasn't all His best memory concerning Gator football goes back to Alabama, where the Gator's pulled away with their 10-8 upset over the Crimson Tide last year. Jack thinks the big game this year will be agaInst 01. Miss, the nations predicted No. one team for the year. Harper's football career began as a little leagu, player but it w as high school football that developed him into th. fine a th lete he is. Gator scouts recognized the talented back when he played for Lakeland High School and drafted him to the squad in 1962. H arpor's only reluctant remarks concerning school spirit were that the school seemed to lack it to a certain extent, and Isn't always behind the foam all th. fly. It seems that f-lorida doesn't respect their fnotba.li team and often ,.;"-~u of K ~ iN At I ER Writ,', fri tvjr jew f rtUr.n ('? JO Ioii rh "IoLe'(,m, end'' and lth. unbilinred line ire two mn'ttLonS ttjat Hetd Offensive Coati P9pper FRudger hi'. Included this we ,r in the C ato,r ofen"Sc Soni 4 cder fans might remembtlr the unb Binrird line which wau pr; lent In the 1961 Gator campaign. The lonesome end or wide end waif first devised by Earl BI.,ik when he coached it the U.S. Military Academy. Both Army rmd Duke have used this ,,fh'nse ixtensively. '"The main purpose of the lonesome end," Coach Rodgers explained, "'is to save the pass receiver a few steps. Since he ha'. the farthest to run on any play, we let him stay out on the flank instead of walking to and from, the huddle." Rodgers continued, "There are three ways in which we can let the wide end know what the play Is. The quarterback can walk bak can signa.lfrom thehuddl what pattern the end should run, or the wingback can relay the play after the huddl." Ends Charlie Casey and jimmy Jordan are slated to remain at the lonesome end post. Both have the speed and the moves required by the pogjtion. As Coach Rodgers explained, "The lonesome end is t tou can get more insurance later on, even If you can't pass the physical exam, at that tlnme. Hard to believe ? Cell me sod I'l show you how. No obligation 77 11053W. University Ave. Suite 4, Gainesville 372-2357 .the only Company selling exclusively to college men. r imn I if. a iii 'Cr 4~i S iliclie. 0 II I IQelax anti enjo~f ~, ouri elf -S Lfl a tt #9* ~ K SN -SI / C / N~ a A-I I I r pp -a FARAH cack I I I. Tiara flex -SLACKS FOR COMFORT, only $798 for S-T-R -E -T-C-H i T


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