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The Florida alligator
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Vol. 57, No. 15 University of FloridaGoinftivillo Friday, Sept. 25, 1964

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Voting ControversyRemains






DeadlockJOEL m r J1L1


GASTON
Managing Editor orary stalemate yesterday pending to a telegram sent to Attorney -
further action by the parties In- General James W. Kynes Wed-
A city controversy over volved. nesday and is "expecting some-

whether UF students who are not Mrs. Alma Bet b e a Alachua thing which may shed some light

permanent residents are qualified County supervisor of Registration, on the unique special problems."
to vote was at an apparent tempsaid she Is awaiting an answer The "unique special problems"arose

when a number of UF stu- i

dents were not allowed to registerfor
Strom ThurmondDue +u aE
the national election.

Mrs. Be the a emphasized that

their not being allowed to registerwas
not because they were E

Here At HC students, but because of a state-
ment In the Florida election laws

that a person registering has to
Sen. Strom Thurmond, flamboyant legislator from South Carolina, be a permanent resident or "show
who changed parties again, will be here during Homecoming weekend.The intent of establishing a permanent ," w A wflMt
Barry Goldwater camp now has the support of Sen. Thurmondwho domicile."

bolted the Democrats because of the nomination of Lyndon Johnson This, according to Mrs. Bethea
and Hubert Humphrey for President and VIce-Presldent. Is the "bone of contention."

It Is expected that Thurmond will attend the South Carolina-OF Albert Edgar, supervisor of the

homecoming football game Oct. 16. Gainesville Goldwater' for

Homecoming weekend at the Uni- President headquarters, said that +

versity of Florida Is considered his group will probably do some- rrm
by many political experts to be the Coed GuiltyOf thing about itthe registration pro-

most politically significant week- blem) sometime In the near fu-
end of the )ear. ture."

Mrs. Jayne Butterworth, State PlagiarismPATTI However, he also said that they
Republican Committee Woman had decided to "delay until we are
from Alachua County said yes- more sure of what the facts are."

terday, "We Just learned last night PITZ Earlier, he had said that his
that he was coming In and until Staff Writer group might consult an attorneywith

we receive more Information about the possibility of Initiating a
Sen. Thurmond's visit, we justdon't Plagarlsm, a rare case in Honor test case on the issue.Gainesville's .
know what his plans will Court procedings, brought the Democratic Headquarters -
handed down In
lightest penalty
be. said that they would m
Mrs. Butterworth Is also the the present court's history Wed- "comply with the law."

program director for the Gold- nesday. Mrs. Lou Rarident, secretaryof '
water for President Committee Pleading "guilty" In asummary the Democratic headquarterssaid

In Alachua County.Democratic trial proceding was an 18-yearold that she felt that Mrs. Bethea I > IW

Sen. James W. freshman who was charged with Is "just being sure that they (the
copying.word for word from ref- UF COED Tehoni Rowell I shows her ability at the
Fulbright of Arkansas, a staunch students) are bona fide residents.
Johnson backer, will be the key- erence sources and using the hula while dancing for Gator Growl try-outs We !J- I
note speaker at the Florida Blue material In a term paper without (Continued On Page 12))
Key Banquet that Friday night. footnotes.. nesday night. (Photo by Nick Arroyo)
A final awarded ofa
penalty was
Florida's two Senators, Spes-
sar Holland and George Smathers severe reprimand, notification
along with Governor Farris Bryantand .of the professor of the trial pro- Federman Voted Editor
the final
many other state and local cedings, leaving grade
also action to the professor, and rec-
political dignitaries expected -

coming Yesterday to festivities.participate morning,In Florida the Home-Republican penalty fendant's ommendation be academic removed that notation from record the of upon de-the For New Orange Peel 1

.
Chairman Tom Fairfield graduation. ......
In tears the defend- YVETTE CORDOZO
Brown said Sen. Thurmond will Testifying ,
have several other ant said she had received her Staff minor revolution has Just first staff and editorial board
speaking engagements -
grades during June and includedwas begun on this campus. meeting today. He hinted that the
throughout the state an Incomplete grade In one Don Federman 4AS .'. gonna' be some changes "revolution" had to do with the
which will be announced at a later of her courses. She tried to contact ted editor-in-chief ," Federman said afterward. format of the campus humor magazine -

date.Thurmond her professor, she testified. Orange Peel yesterday said he would ela- .
will be In TallahasseeOct. After sending three letters and lications Electoral on this statement after his Federman was voted editor over
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15. making two unsuccessful attemptsto John Hancock, student chairman
"He Is a man of national stature telephone him. she said she was of the Student Government Council

whose wholehearted support has told the term paper she had sub- Party for Higher ducatlon.
Increased the upward thrust of Sen. mitted for the course was "un- After interviewing Federman for
Barry Goldwater's camp throughout satisfactory" and that she would Earl Barker of government and its lead over an hour and Hancock for
the nation." said Brown. have to write another for creditIn minority floor leader should not be subject to con- 30 minutes, the board reachedIts
Council for by members of the execu
the course. islative decision In a 40 minute de-

Saint Nick? Thinking she had only two weeksto months, announced liberation.
Council has possibly not
.
that he was
1 section
complete the paper before her Winning editorships
Ho-ho-ho! professor would be away from leader in order to .& as active as It could have were Ann Carter, feature. editor
"
Barker said, "but the only
V. O. T. E. ,
Party
Gainesville for the second sum- and Gerald Jones, humor editor
have been constant beneficial to the student
It's a little early to be mer term, she ff-wrotethepaper. autonomous"A
officials In the have been taken by the Leg The positions of opinions editor
but evidently
playing Santa Claus, "I had to grab an hour here to rule the Council, led by V. O.T.E. and art and literature editor will

someone thought they and an hour there," she said.During Student Body ) 1 feel that I will have be filled at another board meeting
would get In some practice this time she was attending Dick Gober refuted best opportunity to serve my scheduled for next week.

yesterday morning. courses :at an area junior collegeand claims, asserting by becoming a The Electoral Board Is com-
Judy Elms at the Delta Gamma the- holding two part time Jobs. opinion there has ta of V. O. T. E. Party." posed of five student representatives -
House called
Sorority
The prosecuting attorneys nation of the lA,1s Barker. three faculty members, and
Gainesville Police Depart- demonstrated the exact plaf arism
by the executive hastened to.define the na- a chairman.
ment to report someone on by reading a section of the source
Body President M of Barker's position. "In his Student representatives are
the roof of the bouse during
of Information and the identical
be reached for of minority floor leader," Barbara Keller 4 ED, Ron Spenser -
hours. But
the early morning
of portion of the defendant' p.per. "This action Is remarked was Barker's 4AS, Bob Wilson, 1 J.W,
either"visions
It was sugar
plums" or the intruder had After numerous objections from several factors that to express the wlshe of the Student Body 1'res. Kennedy, and
the defense attorneys concerningthe developing during the branch to the members Chancellor of Honor Court, Garry
because
off his sled
dashed on ,
of evidence
lengthy display
months." Barter said. Party on the Council. Rich man. Faculty representativesare
Investigating officers found no
one on the rooftop or even the brought by the prosecuting at- Barter. 3 AS In any political circle, U Chairman John V. Webb, Dr.
asserted "the ( of the minority floor <-. W. Wilkinson, Dr. D. D. Ray,
below".
"moonlit lawn (Continued On Page 12))
an independent and ." and Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor.

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Page 2, The Florida Alligator Friday Sept. 25, 1964

Presidential Campaign Estes Report Soon- I



WAS HI N G TON(U P-Senate heavy press of Senate business GAS WEll
Humphrey Administration Investigators will report their --made it Impossible to completethe
work until now. At present
findings in the Billie Sol Estes
scandel next week,, a little more Estes has appeals pending on fraud
Stunned by Corrupted than a month before election. and conspiracy convictions that WantedStudentChargeAccount
Chairman John L. McClelmi: call for prison terms totaling 23
He has been free on bond |
years. <
D-Ark., of the government oper-
QuoteNEW Goldwater ations committee said the report since his conviction.
Barry
I. will be filed Wednesday. The
Arkansas senator called it "a Estes had built a multi-million- Complete Auto
pretty good report" but he declined dollar farm business empire involving -

YORKUPI-Sen. Hubert H. BOSTONUPI-Sen. Barry Gold- to say in advance whetherit a fertilizer tank business, ServiceH4N.W.13thSt
Humphrey said Thursday he was water suggested last night that was critical of the Agricul- cotton production, and storage of
'stunned by a recent statement President Johnson might have used ture Department's handling of government surplus grains.
made by Barry Goldwater which some of an alleged$25,000 fovern- Estes' cotton allotments.The |
he said indicates the Republican ment contract "kickback" In his report was certain to become The empire began collapsing in
presidential candidate still 1960 effort to wrest the presi- a political Issue in the last 1962 after Estes was charged with
believes in the inevitability of nuclear dential nomination from the late weeks of the presidential cam- bilking lenders by obtaining loans I Ph 3721489A

war. President John F. Kennedy.The paign. on non-existent fertilizer tanks. I
"On Sept. 9, the temporar Estes built a financial empireIn
leader of the Republican Party GOP presidential candidate west Texas, only to have It
went to Seattle and directed his dropped the campaign charge in tumble about him In a bombard- Bulova Product
attention to the aircraft Industry." a speech prepared for delivery ment of fraud charges. He has :
Humphrey said."Tho Arizona sen- in the dead president's home city. through the federal courts.
What do
ator told his audience: You turned The bankrupt farm promoterfrom you mean
out aircraft which shot down alot He coupled it with a statement Pecos, Tex., was the last "Value"?
of enemies, and you are goingto In this potential "backlash" witness before the Senate rackets
do it again' stronghold that the Johnson admin- investigating subcommittee last
"I was stunned by this state- istration Is ignoring the problemof November. At 'that time Estes,
ment. Does Goldwater still believe crime In the streets and is already in deep legal trouble, refused -
In the inevitability of war? "sick" with corruption. to answer any questions.
Goldwater arrived in Boston McClellan conceded that his
shortly before 6 p. m., EDT, and committee report "should have High quality,
Senate Calls
was greeted by about 300 sup- been gotten out before now but low cost!
porters at Logan International Air- circumstances Including the long

Bobby BakerWASIHNGTONUPIRobert port. filibuster on civil rights and the


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Bobby Baker will be called to testify Insurance '
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about charges he was involved 0
In a "kickback" to the Kennedy- r SINCE 1857 For example?

Johnson campaign fund in 1960,
the Senate Rules Committee chair- "
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man said Thursday. 1

Jordan was asked whether the COLLEGE PLANS
committee would produce some
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hot charges of Sen. John
J. Williams, R-Del.. that McClrwey Are there London Fogsin

mane a $35,000 "kickback" Paris?
after he received the construction

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Williams said McCloskey gave Our
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::,,, : News Briefs JmwuDlII Harrell Named


1 HI 1 Florida Players FU Dance ToastmastersInterested i I" I

:!$::i!$::1 Florida Players will have a The Florida Union Dance in improving your DeanUNIVERSITY
St.
::1:1i::&::: work party, Saturday morning Committee presents Its Estab- speaking and thinking and listening Penn
:$:::::$::::::: 9:30 at Norman Hall Audito- lishment tomorrow night, In effectiveness? .I t
:;:::::::::::::r. rium. Costumes, Construction, the Hub from 8:30-12:30. Fea- The Gainesville Toastmasters ::::*:.:. PARK, PA--Dr.
:::::::::::: Properties and Publicity crews. tured will be the Flaming Tem Club will hold a meeting : : George T. Harrell, Jr., a nation-
&1 $ No experience necessary. pos. to organize a branch of their :::rtir::r: ally known medical educator has
:::::::::: Admission will be $1.00 for group Monday, 6:30 p. m., in :: :::s been named Dean of the Milton S.
U::::|::: Peel Meet men and free for girls. Tickets the Conference Room A of the :11i11; Hershey Medical School of the
::::::::: will be on sale at the Florida Teaching Hospital Cafeteria. 1 rtiti i 1 s Pennsylvania State University,
:>::::::?::i: There wlu be a staff meet- Union Program Office or at Men, 18 or over, are invited := ;: President Eric A.Walker announced
:111111111111ng: | : of The New Orange Peel the door on Saturday Night. to attend and consider :::$:::;: today. Dr. Harrell is Dean of

:ilivi::::::;::':':; today at 4:30 p. m. in Room participation in a Toastmasters m-:;1 s the College of Medicine at:.he Uni-
:::: Florida Union. Edti Sale Club on campus.University stu- ijtjij::::: Chief of
:$:::;:;:::; 15 of the Rummage versity of Florida and
&::::!:$:::: tors, potential contributors,and dents, faculty and staff areti:1:: Staff of the University Teaching
::::::::::::: Interested spectators are requested Business AdministrationDames urged to attend. S=m Hospital and Clinics. He will begin
pigij::::::::::: to be there. Deadlines will sponsor a rummage S&: his new duties approximately
::$::: will be established at the ses- sale tom morrow, beginning at Open House 1l November 1. Initially he will maintain -
1$;$;;$;11 srlon. 6:30 a. m. It will be held :::::::::: offices both at University Park
$8% at Strickland Motors, 216 W. Alpha Epsilon Phi Social SororitY :||:|1:1:: and Hershey where the medical
III; 1 Polynesian Dance 2nd Ave.'and the public Is in- is holding an open house few school will be located.
............ Panhellenlc Drive |:|:j:
vited. at 832 W. ::::.s The medical school will be the
HIH:::::"Pol.ynesian: tonight at 8. The open house :$::::j:$::::ti heart of the Milton S. Hershey
:::::;:::::: Pi Sigma AlphaBeta Is in honor of AEPhi's new :j::::::|:$ Medical Center which is being
il:::::::::?::!morrow night at the Moose pledge class. :::::;::::::::: established through a $50 million
:::::::::::::::::Lodge from 9-1. Tickets are Gamma Chapter of Pi 1 i allocation by the Hershey Trust for
::::::;::::::::::::2.50 per couple and the dress Sigma Alpha, the national hon Mrs. UF Entry ffThe : Construction and Endowment of the
:SSi-i-imay:::::::r:: be Polynesian outfits or orary political science society, : :::: center. HARRELL
$:::::::::semlformal attire. is now accepting applicationsfor Engineering Dames of |:;:::|::;:::j::s President Walker described Dr.
::::::: students and membership. Those under- the University of Florida se- :<::;!
:::::::::::; All married y Harrell "as Ideally fitted by train
::1$::i:111:1:: :;:their friends are Invited to at* graduate and graduate studentswho lected Mrs.Edward(Judy)Men- :::$:::!:: and leadership
ing, experience Kite'And
::1:1:1j::: 'Go Fly a
11111111:111 tend. are Interested should pick- denhall to represent the group :|:| :
: to the medical
an application form In the at the annual Mrs. University ti::::::::::::::L qualities bring
:==:::::::: up school from blueprint to reality."
:
!! Philosophy = ::::::
department office,Peabody 205. of Florida contest. p-
1=1=1:1:=1=1= due Oct.l. Mrs. Menden hall was chosen ti:$:::: A major factor In the selection, They Did"Go
:$:::$:::&:=: The Department of Philoso- All applications are from five candidates who were ':1:1:1:1:::: } Dr. Walker said, was the mannerIn
;::::
;_i11111111111! phy will sponsor a faculty ;: : which Dr. Harrell had filled a fly a kite," the pledgeswere
selected at the Sept. meeting 111111:
:|::;:
:::!:::!:$:::colloquium during 1964-65.The Gatoi MeetingGator of the dames. ?:::::: I similar role In the development of told and their attempts made
:::::
:$=::::!::::::::first meeting will be held to- ;i the University of Florida School two fraternity football teams prac-

:.:.:.:.:.:.:..=:.::.:.::night at 8:00 p. m. in Room Party will hold a general Liberal Forum |1r| |j of Medicine. ticing outside Norman Hall stop
::::::::::::104 Anderson. party meeting Sunday at :::::: and stare Wednesday afternoon.
::1:1:1:1:::;::: Dr. Farhang Zabeeh will present 7 p. m. at the Tau Epsilon The Liberal Forum will meet |::::|:::|i;: Sigma Alpha Eta Neophytes of Kappa Alpha Theta
::1:1:1:1:1:::::; a paper entitled "On Nec- Phi fraternity house on Frater- on Sunday, Sept. 27, at 7:30 $1 $11 11In (KAT) Sorority nust fly a kite before -
:=:::: ::::essary Existence." nity Row. All persons Interested the Johnson Lounge of the ::;:::::::i All persons Interested In they can be formally initiated
:::::::::::: The meeting is open to the in Gator Party and the Storer of the Humanities jijjjij:::::::: speech therapy and audiology Saturday. The nine new pledges
::::::::::j:: public and all are cordially,1'mwmIi fall campaign are urged to at- Department will speak on'Does :1:1:1:1:::::::: are invited to an open houso had bought or made their color-
;::: :! tend. Ethics Require Religion ::1:=:1:1:1lli. !::: given by Sigma Alpha Eta tonight ful kites. All were gold and black,
from '-9 In Rooms 357- the sorority's colors and some

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Page 4,. The Florida Alligator, Friday, Sept. 25, 1964CAIdPUS RY h.







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UF Homecoming Began in 1924..,;:,



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early as 1906 there wasa who didn't have cars or seats
IIfr: celebration honoring UF In the stands were allowed .it
alumni. This first celebrationwas to stand on the sidelines.Thisyear '1
'
I ... called "Dad's Day." 60,000 are expected to
From this grew Grads Dad's attend Homecoming. Florida f
Day. On these occasions Field has a seating capacity .
alumni and students would of 47,000. 1
watch a football game and then Homecoming celebrations
go to a party after the game.In began on Friday afternoon with }:t ta
1924 Florida held Its first freshman football game I
:; Homecoming. Seven thousand followed by a pep rally that s),
grads and dads watched Coach night. The pep rally has expanded .
James A. Van Fleet's Fighting to the present Gator "
E Gators win a 10-0 victory over Growl, "the largest student i 1&&
l d Drake University.At produced show In the world." ,:!
this time It was Saturday morning th alumni !,
discovered that the Universityhad met to reminisce. Now that :.i

some trouble handling the gathering is generally .'.
7,000 guests. The late Pres. referred to as the Alumni
Albert A. Murphree organizeda Association Barbecue. After
committee headed by DeanB. the game there were fraternity
C. Riley to make plans for parites which were open to
handling the large crowds. the public.In .
Riley suggested setting up a 1930 there were several '

PLANNING BIG are these Florida Blue Key members as they map out plans for Home- better group coorperatlon of students between to create was additions dedicated made.that Florida year Field wits:

coming 1964. That's FBK President Ron LaFace on the telephone, and,others from left campus groups, to plan and to a seating capacity of 23,000. 'I:'
I to right are Dick Adams, assistant general chairman for HC '64; Norwood Gay, gene- arrange the Homecoming The first Florida Blue Key :.
and Howard festivities. Today this groupIs Banquet was held on Friday J
ral chairman, McNulty, director for Gator Growl. called Florida Blue Key. night. Talent and fireworks '1

Bad seating at the first foot were added to the pep rally. ,
ball Barnes was one of the main A bonfire was also added with "1
Tradition GuardiansIn problems. The seating each freshman required to "
15-20 Floats capacity was 4000. New steel bring his weight in wood to
bleachers were erected Insure the success of the r
1924, a small group of Florida men were organized Into an adding 2,000 more seats. The bonfire.
I honorary fraternity to help coordinate on-campus and offcampusHomecoming new stands were on the west The entertainment that night
activities Predicted For side of Fleming Field north was music by the Gator Band,

Today, that group has become Florida Blue Key, (FBK) now of the present stadium. Drum and Bugle Corps,tumb-
completely in charge of this mammoth undertaking. Football was less formal ling, skits, fencing and boxing.
Heading the group Is Ron LaFace, FBK president. His office '1964 ParadeHonored then. Cars were permitted to The Gator Pep Club was
Is the ultimate head of Homecoming, coordinating and organizing park on the north, south and organized in 1930 and the card
the multitude of parades, banquets, pep rallies and other related east side lines for 50 centsto section gave its first half-time x
Homecoming activities. $1 per car load. People performance. ;:
Norwood chairman of Is guests, bands, .
Gay, general Homecoming, responsiblefor 9t 1
the overall organization of the Homecoming staff, while floats and special acts will
Howard McNulty is director ,of Gator Growl, the student talent leave the ReO.T.C. Drill Fieldat
how which accompanies Homecoming. 1:30 p.m. Oct. 16, and go
McNulty la responsible for coordinating and producing the east on University Avenue to
entire Gator Growl show, billed as "the largest studentproducedshow Main Street, marking the
In the world." beginning of Homecoming,
1964.

Dick Adams is assistant general chairman in charge of overall
administration and staff coordination. His assistants are Elwin
Al Leonard chairman
Thrasher and Truman Scarborough, the staff "handymen," the of
capable of taking on any essential odd Job. Homecoming parade, pre-
dicts
15-20 floats "if
t Charles Chllllngworth directs the personnel division, which we get
I prepares charts of the overall Homecoming operation, procures from the cooperation we expect
l Judges for all contests and orients all people working on Home fraternities" and
I sororities. .
coming. Ii
Paul Hicks serves as director of finance. He supervises all
I financial and monetary aspects of Homecoming as well as food The Homecoming Sweetheart -
: service and printing facilities. will' be on one float.
Promotion and publicity are handled by Bill Ryals. He heads Sixteen high school bands from
one of the most Important departments of Homecoming-promoting allover the state and the UF
all Homecoming activities. They also obtain publicity of Home band will play for the Florida
coming in newspapers and communication media around the state. and South Carolina
cheerleaders and GatorCuard
Jim Cooner heads the technical and procurement committee. and Angel Flight drill teams.
This department handles such things as plants and grounds Special acts In the parade 1
materials, police coordination,transportation requests,all housing include the Shrlners, a mlsile
requests provided by FBK and construction of all block letter from the NatlonaLAeronautic \
signs. and Space Administration
and """ ,
Mac Melvin administrates the honored guest division. They are Albert In a portable cage.
responsible for all special preparations for distinguished guests
during Homecoming week I ----
S Al Leonard leads the parade division. They are arranging the Awards for the floats will I
festivities for the annual Homecoming parade. Leonard is in be in three divisions, fraternity -
charge of the overall production and performance of the parade. sorority and
Abbott Herring is maim arrangements for the alumni barbecue. independents

.
Last year, 3,100 persons were served and a larger crowd is .
expected this year. The prizes will be awarded &
Harvey Sharron and Tom Backmeyer handle the HomecomingBall I during pre-Growl on Florida i. ._
fraternity decorations and fraternity and sorority events. I Field at 6:30 p.m. winning WHAT ANIMALS? Atypical UF Homecoming: parade

Joe Marinelli is director of the alumni events division which floats will be presented there float is usually so festooned with lovely) .coeds, such as
for all alumni social and reunion also.
is responsible events during
these
Homecoming week. Alpha Epsilon Phi members, the paper mache figures -

sometimes understandably go unnoticed.



Friday, Sept. 25 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5F


F I, Debate Set Monday- Should We Recognize Cuba ? .1


It SHARON KELLEY les of discussions on controversial sored the'"Quebec to Guantanamo Norman, an Englishman and for- the underground and began reveal- ,

Staff Writer topics sponsored by the Flor- Walk" in August. Dellinger spent mer resident of Castro's island for Ing facts of furious Communist
ida Union Forums Committee. three and one half weeks in Cubain eleven years. military preparations In Cuba.
"Should 'the United States Recognize -
Castro's rebels looted and Moderator for
Monday's debate
Castro's Cuba?" is the Speaking in favor of the Issue November 1960 and In May of
burned Norman's coffee plantationand will be Prof. Donald
title of a debate scheduled for will be David Delllnger, a pacifist this year. He is a graduate of E. Williams
Norman himself narrowly escaped of the Speech Department.A .
8:15 p. m. Sept. 28 In the University and member of the Exec- Yale University and a Henry Fel-
a firing squad. He fled to will be held
reception
Auditorium. utive Committee of the Committee low to New College Oxford.
the U. S. where he continued his In Bryan Lounge following the
The debate Is the first for Non-Violent
of Action
which
a ser spon
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SG Bloc Seating RevisitedFrankly -

-
we're perplexed.Last A1It164T1ii .--- ,
week, The Alligator asked Student Government (SG) _
and Blue Key to install a plan whereby every group--even those -

two--would receive the same opportunity for good football seats. -
Every group in the bloc-seating plan would be rotated in a

fair manner so that each one would have good seats for some
,
games and not-so-good seats for other games. Every one would ,

get a fair shake and no one would get an advantage over anyone ,

else. At least that was our plan. ......,.. r > ,'- '
"' "N.""' .t.4i : _
To fairly ask for the abolishment of the current plan, which m _'C -

gave SG, Blue Key and The Alligator blocs all 50-yard line
seats for every game while the other groups took their chancesIn COMPROMISE?

SG's rotation plan, The Alligator board of editors voted unani-
mously to turn down SG's offer of the 50-yard line seats. We

could not campaign effectively against something If we were

guilty of taking part.
And so we InformedSGof our decision to be placed "in rotation" CLERK'S CORNER

with the other blocs before the first game and urged the SG I

Committee on Football Seating to have the other two groups of Protection In CourtSTEVE
the "Big Three" follow suit. We were politely told that if we

wanted to sit in the end zone that was our business but SG and
of a chance for the defense to bring out
CHEESEMAN any
Blue Key deserved the 50-yard line seats and were going to
keep them. Honor Court ClerkIn mitigating circumstances that would tend to keep

But somebody in SG forgot to tell somebody else and last the penalty to a minimum. Two days ago, a
last week's article, I explained how a summary trial was held In which the
The
Saturday despite our request, Alligator found Itself smackIn
the middle of the SG bloc on the--you guessed It--50-yard line. student is both served and protected by the prosecution in my opinion attempted to overdo

The ribbing from the SG people was expected and it came. Honor Court through Its policy concerning the the job. However, I hasten to add that this is

Running a college dally makes one's hide quite tough to criticism cashing of checks. This week I will explain howa very rare. The Chancellor and two Vice Chan-

so we took most of it in stride. student receives protection during an actual cellors determine the penalty after serious

But one statement by SG and Blue Key people stopped us. They investigation and trial in the Honor Court. deliberation of facts surrounding the student's

asked us If we had gotten any letters supporting our position.We Let me first point out that there are two guilty. The student may appeal his case to the
had to answer no. types of trials in the Honor Court, a summary Faculty Disciplinary Committee If he feels that

Many people had stopped us on the street to applaud our stand trial and a jury trial. A summary trial is held he was treated unjustly in any way. Rememberthat

and to urge us"keep after'em."But no one had written a letter. when the student either pleads guilty or found throughout the entire procedure the student's

"Sure," chuckled the SG people. "That's because the students guilty as charged; whereas a jury trial is held Identity Is held .in complete secrecy. If any

don't care if we sit on the 50. It's always been done that way only when the student pleads not guilty. I will student Is found to have divulged the identityof
and everybody knows It." begin with the procedure taken in a jury trial the defendant, he will be subject to contemptof

We thought they were wrong. Apathy in UF students is tra- and then move Into that of a summary trial. court procedure. In addition, of the past

ditional we know. But surely SOME students must feel they are After a student has been turned in to the nineteen jury trials held in the Honor Court,
being taken advantage of. Honor Court, he(or she)Is Immediately assignedtwo there have been only two convictions.
defense counsellors. These two defense My experience in Honor Court trials have
But perhaps The Alligator IS alone in its opinion. It won't be
counsellors, along with two been some of the most rewarding of my life.
the first time and certainly not the last. counsellors representing the

But if, perhaps, you get a little angry every time you read
student body (prosecutors)Investigate
It
is a very impressive fact that UF studentsare
about the privileged 50-yard line seats being given to the
the charge made mature and capable enough to serve on
"student leaders," write us about it. Don't stop us on the street
against the student. Upon a f the Honor Court Jury with considerable effi-
and give us verbal encouragement. Show SG that you don't like
thorough initial investigation, ciency and a superior sense of responsibility.
tradition simply because it's always been done that way.
the Chancellor determines The same Is certainly true of the Chancellorand
Show the "student leaders" that you, the average student, "
whether or not there Is the law students who serve as the Court's
are tired of SG serving Itself instead of serving you.
sufficient evidence to warranta 4 attorneys.

trial. If there is such evidence I Quote one student who had the privilegeof

the student arraigned CHEESEMAN seeing an Honor Court trial: "It was an
The FloridaALLIGATOR and assuming for the moment, awesome experience for me to note the serious

that he pleads not' guilty the and extremely formal manner In which the court
.procedure for a trial is begun and a trig proceedings: were conducted."
'dite is set.
For the sake of space, I will not attempt to
The Clerk obtains a list of fifty students to explain the general nature and extent of the

Served by United Press International serve as prospective jurors while further penalties meted out by the Honor Court, and
investigation of the case is being carried on. the consideration shown for the student In

Editor. . . . . . . . .Walker Lundy Just before the actual trial begins, a meeting penalizing him. I will let this be the subjectof
Managing Editor. . ..: . . ... Joel Gaston called the voir dire Is held for the purpose next week's article, citing specific examples

Executive Editor. . . . . . .Ron Spencer of selecting a jury. In this voir dire, the from recent trials.

Assistant Managing Fdltor . . . .Benny Cason prospective jurors are questioned individually One other note may Interest you. If any upper
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . Davt Berkowitz by attorneys for the defense and prosecution division students would like a chance to serveas

Editorial Page Euitcr. . . . . .JIm Hammock until they agree on six students whom they a Juror In the Honor Court, please contact

Sports Editor. . . . . . .Glenn Laney feel are relatively unbiased. These six students me at extension 2374 or 2375.
will then serve as the and
City Editor. . . . . 1 . . .Skip Haviser for jury wUlbe responsible
Campus Living Editor. . . . . Jackie Cornelius rendering a verdict. Directly after the voir LETTER:
dire adjourns the trial is begun. (It would be

pertinent to point out that the fact that we havea

Editorial Assistant* .- Bruce Dudley, Tova Levine, Jim student significant jury system in the Honor Court givesa Let's Help Uur Team
advantage to the
Castello, Ann Carter, Don Federman,Nancy Brachey,Sara Ullman, tried, because unless a student student being
Ernie Lltz (Circulation Manager), Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). convinced of his jury is thoroughly EDITOR:
guilt it will not convict him.)
At the beginning of the formal trial the se'veral commentsIn
Reporters -- Ed Barber (Tlgert Hall Beat Chief, Pattt Pita Chancellor explicitly instructs I must take exception to
(Student Government Beat Chief, Jim Claxton, Hall Cain, Joe assume the defendant innocent the jury to Wednesday's Alligator; notably the one'swhich
until he
Kollln. Dan Mowbray, Bob Golub, Donal Decker, Joe Waldorf, guilty "beyond all reasonable doubt"Is proven praised Gater spirit against S.M.U. Per-
I' John McDonough, Sharon Kelley, Yvett Cardozo, Greg Seltz, minds. During the trial all in their sonally, I thought vocal support for our superior
pertinent
facts many
Jo McNitt, Cynthia Tunstall, Ami Saperstein, William Doe, presented to the Jury. After both are team was sadly lacking. I've played In
counsels have backedour
Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard, Edwin Brownrigg, Harold Aldrich, presented their cases, the is high school games where 2,000 people
jury left to cheeredour
Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Gerald Jones, Fran Snider,Thelma deliberate and determine the defendant's team better than those 33,000bodies
Mossman Bill Sadowski Green Evan David innocence Fighting Gators last Saturday. We could
I Marjorie Langbeln, or guilt. Another important
Kennedy, Marilyn Brlcklin, Uz Brewer, Prls McCollester, the defendant has is that the advantage and should, make Florida Field one big morale-
I Gretchen VanderBerg, Susan M. Smith, David Ropes, Terry unanimous. If the six Jurors cannot verdict must be deflater for future opponents. After all, UF has

Rogers, Susie Halback, Karen Hack, Sheldon Clment,JoanUaston, on one verdict, they are termed all agree a larger student body than L.S.U. So it standsto

Pam Brown. Jeffrey Denkewaiter, Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber Jury and another trial Is held with a as new a Jury.hung reason that we ought to be able to out-yeu
Dick Schneider.THE Last those Cajuns!
February, a jury deliberated
for three to
In Gators
closing let ALL
hours before me urge
arriving at a verdict.
)
FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper, If the student is declared "not take part in cheers (and I don't mean liquid
of the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly records of the proceedings are guilty, all against Ole Miss. Lets help our great ,team

except during May, June and July when it is published semiweekly. the student receives the good wishes destroyed and stuff the rebel yell down the throats of the
of the teams
Only editorials represent the official opinion of The court. If the stu .ant Is found Mississippi Rebs. In my opinion, our
\ I Alligator.. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. trial Is held to determine the guilty penalty., a summary This three consecutive victories will deserve a
The Alligator Is entered as second class matter at the United where a student who pleads Is helluva lot of side splitting noise'
j wllty at the
States Post Office at GalDlSYWe.f start begins. A summary trial very
I usually consists Mike Murray, WcPage

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Friday, Sept. 25, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7
LETTERS; '.
I

'Were You There?' FRESHMEN ONLY 4

I

EDITOR: living In the city. They were where the troublewas. RIGHTI We are trying to trap the Freshmen only---

assuming the others have seen the light I We
It was these views, plus the "biased" news-
would like to have into the
get
Having re$ fa\v editorial of Tuesday, paper stories that led us to cry,'No," when you 1AtE
September 15, l\P\f we, the undersigned have Gov. Farris Bryant called the handling of the
found areas of \j Vg \ellt. We direct your St. Augustine a "bright Star" In Florida. Theater habit I You haven't tried it? DON'T

attention which to"local stat/O)pats t CUIs"Ja regard handled to the the mannerIn racial KNOCK Ill I Bring your I ID (Yours, that is) by and

turmoil St. AUw\t j1Q, let us give you a fREE PASSto
More specific lty, paragraph three of your A Democrat SpeaksEDITOR the NO BOX TOPS!
editorial, you ufy tp@ words "we wonder" to :
denote some ,\/\/
country about the tf>+$ In question. We wonderIf I am a Democrat. I will vote Democraticand Just bring yourself and
you consider. fat 'stotte that filled thenation's believe In the platform set forth by the : your I ID by and pick up
newspatyfy this past summer" to be Democratic National Convention. And at the
true.We I risk of being labled 'pink' by some of the Theatre your pass, good anytime!
will agree \fat# these news stories did ultra-conservative of the Republican Party
flU the headline pt (jje country; we will not I would like to say that I am also a liberalone ----- to pick them between 1 and 6 .
Try
up p.m. p.m.if
agree, however, I fai they depicted the manner who would like to see the Civil Rights
In which local ofytyp/ fulfilled their responsibilities bill enforced and the Income tax remain. And you can as our flicks are SO FINE that we're usu-
In an ,F M$ Consistent with fact. also being liberal, I have arrived at a con- ally jammed up at night. BE LOOKIN' FOR YOU! I
We do agree t\fi the "ractal situation In that clusion that may shock many. I believe that
ancient city wogl A fc better if Integrationists Barry Goldwater Is good for this country.Yes .
had acted mo 9 flsibly this summer." I said good for this country. I mean
However, your rS/Vf/ >tto the manner in which this sincerely with as much enthusiasm as I
local officials Hyty*! the Situation cannot be can muster. Barry Goldwater Is the best pill
justified by asstyi t 1t spat the above mentioned that American politics and American apathy
newspaper articJ\f jW rue. has swallowed In a long time. And as long as r MEN'S WEAR
We, the und\,R p ed, having lived In St. this man does not become the president of this
Augustine most ty fJQf lives, and, having beenIn country, I would rather see no one In his place. ) FOR FLORIDA
St. Augustine / Jb tPe above racial activity Look around you! How long has It been since
o c cur e d, knob \tl'ese articles to be false you've seen such enthusiasm for an elected
assumptions.We office. When have you seen so many people
were extr/Vy/ / proud, of the manner In take part in discussions, even when they knew
which the officia\/\ wr city, and the Florida just a little? Take a good look at the many I
Highway Patrol, \frM out their respective who were once silent now trying to express
responsibilities y*\\1 ofyciajs constantly sought something. Look at the stickers, the slogans,
peace to be resto and the songs. Try to find someone who does j
St. Augustine tjfq{ Its level best to maintain not think he knows what the main Issues are. ACTION KNIT
order in accord\/VW> lex scripta. One Ask anyone to discuss the principles and be y
must realize thty tp situations of this nature amazed at the fervor in their voice. Lookat
"the press" haS tfr0q0ncy to over emphasizethe your parents, who it seemed for so long 50% VICRON ?
facts. This *fl tts@ case in St. Augustine. were going out of their way to vote. 50% COTTON
U "the press', bad beep more concernedwith Again 1 say Barry Goldwater Is good for $
the causes \J {hi turmoil, perhaps, they this country-not in the sense that his policies Polyester :i
would not have j jed to such hasty generali- or Ideals are what this country needs, becauseby Underarm Insert N V
zations about the ftgtts. far they aren't; but In the sense that Barry
We have furth1 M, during the past few Goldwater has aroused the emotions of many a for free wear & fit I
weeks, a sporati Vturen<# of racial violencein man; In the sense that American apathy Is being Long wearing \
areas where '\/QJaltty" supposedly existed. whittled away at Its core; In the sense that *: Wash V Wear .
Can we assume fa officials in these cities the colored man Is trying to speak and the ./J
have handled "lad, @BePes"'in a more favorable segregationist is trying even harder. This Solid Colors .
manner. We thiy fie only conclusion Is that country Is vibrating from the shouts of so many with trim IJ
they have not.Lawlessness. once complacent individuals, that the voter turn-
1A pC' fafm IS a threat to order. out may exceed anything ever expected. I 2 for $5.50
Whether you assS W "lawlessness" In this swallowed that pill right after the Republican
form Is Justified tf M, you cannot assume Convention, and this campaign may prove to KNIT SHIRK
that the manner 1jblb another person reactsto be the best prescription ever written politics Usually sold at $4.95 each
the same, is tyM J ifetUl,d. The activities in for the American voter.
St. Augustine ret\f\ I fcA the use of sound judge GAl NESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
ment in solving: jptyblem, i.e., to restore Norman Small, 3ED
order.
The old clicJ\ /'* little knowledge is a
dangerous thing,\/ *<&0es throughout your
editorial. We ash ,tftrflply, "Were you there?" GENERAL ELECTRIC I ISTEAM& Ir

Floyd Adams, 2UC
William Fleming, 2UC
DRY
William Locknart. 2UC

(ED. NOTE twV ate rUbt. We were not In
St. Augustine an4 %njX>{ judge flesthand on bow IRON
accurate the siof\/\\ \6e. However, we did have
opportunity to d4, \* the St. Augustine situation
with a reporter \fi k photographer who WERE
there and also V,{ the St. Augustine Chiefof I ,
Police Virgil $ Ith relate the situation to ,
fellow law office %t the Florida State Peace SPECIAL ter'
Officers' Associat\, y state convention. _
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1 Interview Schedules for Job Openings


October 1 FLORIDA POWER October 1,2 GENERAL DY- u.s. NAVAL OCEANOGRAPHIC October 5 RAYONIER- INC., PANY PIt; Food Division,Winter !
St LIGHT COMPANY, Miami, Flo- NAMICS, Fort Worth, Texas. AE, OFFICE, Suitland, Md. Jesup, Ga. ChE, CE, ME-BS, MS Haven,Fla.Bus.Admin.,Agrl., I
rida. EE, IE, ME--BS degree. CE, EE, IE, ME, NE, Eng. Scl. CE, EE, ME, Math, Chem., Phy- degree. Dec., Apr. grads.Process Mech. Agri., Ag. Ed.--BS degree.
Dec. grads. Engineer Trainee for Met. Eng. Eng. Mech., -- all sics, Biology, Geology -- all Engineering and Staff Engineer. Production Trainee and sales posi-
approx. six months and then pro- degrees. Math, Physics--MSPH. degrees. October 5-MILLIGAN&BURKE tions.
moted to an engineering classi- D. Dec., Apr. grads. A wide variety LABORATORY, White Oak, Silver (CPA), Jacksonville, Fal. Acctg.BS .- October 5 GENERAL DYNA-
fication dependent on type of work. of Job openings-.encompasses Sprjng, Md. AE, ChE, EE, IE, MS degree. Dec., Apr. grads. MICS/ASTRONAUTICS, San Diego,
Application and Design of-Transmission the entire spectrum of engineering ME--all degrees. Math, Physics, Junior Accountants Calif. AE, ChE, EE, ME, Eng.
Lines, Substantions, Sys- and scientific disciplines and Chem.--MS, PhD decrees.\ October 5 SWIFT AND COM- ScI.--all degrees. Dec. grads.Design -
tem Planning,Protection and Relay skills. Test Development Flight
Design; Relay Field, Distribution U.s. NAVAL PROPELLANT Test, Data Processing and Re-
Field Operations; Power Plant October2 GEORGIA STATE PLANT, Indian Head, Md.ChE,EE, search.
Engineering and CommercialSales. HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT, IE, ME, Math, Physics, Chem.-- Pi Sigma EpsilonPersons October 5, 6, 7 WESTING-
Atlanta, Ga. CE--BSMS, degrees. all degrees. HOUSE ELECTRIC CORPORATION -
October 2 RADIATION, INC., Dec. grads. U. S. Citizenship re- U.s. NAVAL WEAPONS LABORATORY Pittsburgh, Pa., Ps, CE,
Melbourne, Florida. EE, ME--all quired. Junior Engineers. Dahlgren, Va.EE, ME, ChE, EE, IE, ME, NE, Eng. Scl.,
degrees. Dec. grads. Engineeringand October 2 NAVAL LABS DAY Math, Ps--all degrees. majoring in business Met. Eng., --BSMS degree. Dec.,
des I g n Including aerospace (Potomac River Naval Command) DAVID TAYLOR MODEL administration are invited to a Apr. grads. Engineering. Manu-
POM telemetry systems, ground --UJS. Citizenship required. Dec., BASIN, Carderock, Md. AE, CE, smoker given by Pi Sigma Ep- facturing, Marketing, Purchasing.
link systems, ground digital data Apr., Aug. grads. EE, ME, Math, Ps--all degrees. silon' Monday at 7 p. m. at the October 5, 6 GENERAL
processing, reflectivity measurements U.s. NAVAL AIR TEST CEN- October 5 HAS KINS & SELLS Primrose Inn. MOTORS CORPORATION,Detroit,
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tems. EE. ME--all degrees Fla. Accounting--BS, MS degree. Enc. Mech., Nuclear, Cy, Ms, Ps
Dec., Apr., Aug. grads. Junior --all degrees. Dec., Apr., Aug.
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W. Greene, chairman He Is a member of the Florida,
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be master of ceremonies at the Associations and is past presidentof
UF's Gator Growl, October 16, the Junior Bar Section of the
Florida Blue Key announced yes- Florida Bar, tho Suncoast Heart
terday. Association, the Visiting Nurses
Gator Growl, titled "the world's Association and the United Fund
largest all-student produced Drive.C. ?
show," is the giant pep rally Howard McNulty, Melbourne,
during the U F's Homecoming 3LW, Is director of the giant Growl.
weekend, Oct. 16-17. It precedesthe
Florida Gator's big football
game against the University of TV
South Carolina, Oct. 17.
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the Council of 100 by Governor October 2630November Engineering
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= Friday, Sept. 25, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 11PreLaw

11

Graham Piayday Set Society


I I To Outline PlansThe
. LEE ALEXANDER of Graham Hall.Activities winners would receivetheirpriaes
. Staff Writer also include a kissing at the dance held tomorrow nightat
contest, Ice cream eating contest, 8 p. m. in the Graham Area
UF Pre-Law society outlined cult Court Judge address the group
hing from a topless bathing sack races, and a raw-egg throw. recreation room.
its plans for the coming at Its fall banquet. Tentative date
. i a black silk nightgown maya Nine boys and nine girls, repre- Spectators will be welcome and trimester at its organizational for the banquet was set for Nov.
, by a contestant InGraham senting each of the dorm sectionsin may participate in the freeforall meeting Tuesday night In the Florida 20
; Annual Playday.The games Graham Area, will competein shaving cream fight after the Union.
: [ntests will be held from 1-5 the events. Playday chairman contests. Everyone Is invited to President Larry D. Groover, The next meeting of the societyIs
scheduled for Tuesday, Oct.
omorrow on the south lawn Dave Kanlgel announced that the attend the dance.Mens .
t 3AS told the of about 25
group 6. Frank E. Maloney, Dean of the
members that the theme of the Law School, will give a brief
FLOOR programs this trimester would talk and open the meeting for
I ShOp-STREET place emphasis on "county saw." questions from a panel of three
R. A. Green, Public Defender, laW students and Law Professor
. will be asked to speak to the Kenneth L. Dlack. Questions for
group in early November. the panel discussion will cover
State Attorney T. E. Duncan law school requirements and the
will be asked to speak later In pre-law curriculum.A .
the same month, Program Chair- tour of the law school is
man Wayne Alford said. Plans being planned for this trimester.
e e e are being made to have a Cir- The law school Moot Court has

Free Party Tonight asked the froup to participate in
. their program by serving as witnesses -
I Gator Party candidates for 30 and Jurors.
Legislative Council seats are Because the Pre-Law SocietyIs
sponsoring a free party tonightat a scholastic rather than social
A weHL I'S FAIR of Values the Hub. Tickets are available organization an award will be madeto
from any of the candidates or at the member having the highest
J the Information Booth across from scholastic average each trimester,
the Student Service Center. Groover said.
FROM OUR
150 SUITS
r: "There will be a band, refreshments "The primary prupose of the society -
and the whole works.This Is is to act as a counseling
REGULAR STOCK! a party and not a political rally. service for the pre-law student
The candidates will circulate and and to provide Information about
;. (OUR EXCLUSIVE BRAND) try to meet as many people as the type of courses a student
possible," said one candidate. should Include in his undergraduate -
; \J FAMOUS MAKE "We have planned a program of studies." Groover said.

about half an hour," said John The society Is open to all pre
3; FALL & YEAR 'ROUND WOOL Hancock, publicity chairman. "A law students. It will be of spe-
few Student Government leaders cial benefit to the freshman and
i ii\ & WOOLDACRONMEN'S will speak but this part of the sophomore student as the UF does
evening will be kept to a mini- not have a prescribed pre-law
SUITS mum." sequence.



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r PlagiarizingContinued 4 GATOR DAYSSPECIALS


I { From Page 1))
.
torneys and the defendant's ad- ant had already been punished for
m.i ed Guilt In the case the court her offense in part with the trial
was adjourned for 20 minutes while itself.
Chancellor Gerry Richman and Commenting on the c o u r t's for !!
V e-Chancellors Tom Freemanand action, the defendant's professorsaid you
Bill Hartman tried to determine he was content if the court I
the outcome of the case. was convinced that sufficient Impression 45 PC. Melmoc
Cour was reconvened becauseof had been made on the Pyrex Instant 4 Cup Women's Stretch
confusion on the part of the student. I Orion
chancellors as to whether the defendant I DinnerwareSet
was aware of her offenseat "However, I think this whole I COFFEEPOT
the time she wrote the paper. business should be handled in the I KNEE
"I did it in such a haphazardway academic dean's office," he said. I
Z don't even think I proofread Reasons he stated were that t
the paper," she said. The court cases handled through the admin-
was adjourned for the last time with istrative or college departmentswould Service for 8 SOXREG.
the defendant still pleading guilty. bring "more uniform pro-
Apologizing for the ezcedlngly cedure and be handled by exper-
complicated nature of the case, ienced and mature personnel." REG. $1388. REG. 80
Richman explained in his final "I've had seven or eight cases 15.84 1.59 88'
statement that the primary pur- of plagarism and for special 1.19
pose of the Honor Court is to reasons I did not turn them over Pr.
serve the student body. He saidIt to Honor Court," he said. I
was the opinion of the chancel- "This time I thought I'd do it
lors of the court that the defend- a little differently." PLASTICHAMPER
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AT THE STATE



SPECIAL eMad World Recommended


of them are bound to click. The bulk of the fun-making and are

GERALD JONES law of averages worked about 50- assisted by a cast of thousands.

COFFEE & DOUGHNUTSServed Staff WriterIt 50 for Mad, Mad World. Though Each provides individual scenes,

a bad average, It Is enough to which In and of themselves are
is rare that I will ever heartily -
recommend that anyone ought to keep one from going to sleep In generally good; taken as a whole

8:00 PM to 12:00 PM go see a bad film. But as a pros- the 3-1/2 hour technicolor ency- the movie can be reduced to a few
words: funny, but just too much.
than critic clopedia of comedy.
pective viewer, rather a -
Johnathon Winters pulls off the An attempt to adapt comedy to
Stanley Kramer's "It's A Mad,
form of filmmaking -
Mad, Mad, Mad World" Is some- best single sequence in a long the massive epic
150 can only produce a pon-
in which he com-
thing not to let go by. slapstick scene
levels a gas station. Sid derous vehicle lacking spontaneity.
The film is a wild comedy which pletely
seems to have been made on the Caesar, Buddy Hackett, Milton Thus the excitement of the chase

SPECIALS principle that If there are enough Berle, Ethel Merman and Phil Silvers scenes, the massive destructionof
DAILY
the (for good measure -
attempts at getting laughs, some along with Winters carry the props, sex
), the cameo roles, and "every

AT THE FLORIDA trick In the book" make comedy

f .pwt dY. In addition, Kramer
OMPLETE DINNER wishes to make the point +that
American society Is much too
And So Is 'MarniVDON materialistic A good point to

make, no doubt, but Kramer makesit
and again and again and
again
FEDERMANMovie not been seen yet, but it is recommended to
unto the breach just
yt.llw. once more
because there
ReviewerA if only
In It ,make it stick. The ending becomes
Hitchcock film Is more than may be one good scene tedious when that and the
for is an effect (there are probably more), for very
suspense, suspense is great full Impact of the evening gather
Hitchcock scene
skillful one good
deliberately created by a
blend of carefully paced scenes, any way you look'at it. together.When seen originally In Cine-

GOLDRestaurant blocking, camera angle,emphasis, rama the faults are even more
COAST and actors'expressions.Hitchcock As far as plot is concerned, glaring. The editing kills many a

films do not intend to tell storiesor for those curious folk who can'ttell laugh by cutting to another shot in

Impart messages so much as a program without a program, the middle of a punch line. The
to teach. They are technically "Marnie" Involves the marriage vllllan responsible for lack of
of the of one "Tlppi" Hedren to Sean
among the masterpieces comic structure Is also editing.
cinema since they so intimately (James Bond)Connery with the for- The full fury of Cinerama, with
1720 West University the mer suddenly becoming frigid on
relate content to form--how twelve speakers blaring, intimidates -
is said is far more Important her wedding night. In other words,
Across From Campus thing : one into laughter. This hap-
to Hitchcock than the thing we have the makings of a sex- to a lesser degree at the

Regular Hours 5:30 AM to 12:00 PM itself, for a movie, like great suspense movie, but a warning-- State pens Theatre where the film Is

works of art, is fluid and or- knowing Hitchcock, the emphasis
currently playing.
will be on the conveyance of
ganic. Things are stated, but also Mad, Mad World Is to be enjoyed
Marnie's seemingly unexplainable
manipulated and Interrelated. for its many fine and funny
at the frigidity rather than just making
<< '.'.. O'....u,,.C. "Mamie, starting today such obvious and then pro- bits and pieces. While, as a wholeit
not be greatas things
Florida may or may all
,
is a critical failure, we can
: (f::' = far as Hitchcock fans are Concerned ceeding to tell the ensuing Hitchcock story.is use a couple of laughs around this
: :! ". but it has to be InterestIng More than anything, place.1iip1es.

for it is Hitchcock. It has a serious movie-miker.
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Sec. of Labor Sets .
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Open Door Policy'The I iKennedyStudyCompleteiWashlngtonC


'open door policy' Is the for students seeking jobs while on
key to newly appointed Sec. of vacation and for those looking for
Labor, Bob Deloach's office. Des- employment at any time of the
UP IChief mile maiden test night. and presumed trapped by one
cribing his function as being the year," Deloach said. "In addition, 5,000
"liaison between the student and the Graduate Placement Com- Justice Earl Warren yesterdaygave The solid fuel rocket has an outbreak yesterday afternoon.
the administration," Deloach said mittee Is seeking situations for President Johnson his Improved compter system tnat Some 300 homes were threat-
that he and his staff are on call graduate stuents." commission's exhaustive permits It to memorize several ened by the fire, one of the '
from 1:30 to 5 p.m. every week- "The Personal Services bureau report on the assassination of flight plans and Is equipped witha worst In Southern California
day to deal with the needs and will supply complimentary lists of President John F. Kennedy.It more powerful second stage history, and there was no end j
questions of the UF student body. people who will perform various will be made public at that gives It a range of 9,000 to the fire in sight.
Service Is the principle job of services or will do It themselvesIf 6:30 p. m. EDT Sunday. miles-about 2,300 further than The U. S. Forest Service
Deloach's office. Bureaus and, possible," Deloach added."Also Warren personally carriedthe Its predecessor, the Min- said the eight missing men
committees covering such fieldsas the SG Talent Service Is function- thick volume Into the White uteman-1. were working to check a new j
baby sitting, student employ- ing to round up talented peopleon House, followed by the six other spot near La Cumbre Peak four
ment, talent placement commission members.They miles north of downtown Santa
and and
per- campus securing employ- '
sonal services have been organized ment for them." conferred with Johnson for 20 65 Prices Even Barbara.
revamped, and expanded to The services and Information Minutes In the Cabinet Room
meet the demands of the growing provided by Deloach's office are and then posed for photogra- DETROIT(UPI) The Ford
UF campus. free and are open to anyone. The phers. Motor Co. today followed the
"We have enlarged the Student operating costs are paid from SG Johnson has said he will read lead of Geveral Motors Corp. Strike Blocked
Government Employment Office funds. the 700-page report carefully and announced it would hold
and will take any action the the line on 1965 car prices.
Free Bus Rides commission suggests. It was GM, the biggest of the auto- Washington (I-President
for Students I
expected to recommendamongother makers, announced Wednesdaythere Johnson yesterday blocked for
things-changes In securIty would be no general price at least 60 days a strike called
Students will be able to ride downtown every 15 minutes from measures to protect the increase this year despite the for Friday against most of the
the city bus free to downtown their President. fact that the' nation's railroads.The .
University Avenue stops,according ; Industry Is negotiating -
part of Gator Days all day Sat- to Shaw. They also go from s( the richest labor con- President prevented a
urday. 13th Street to Downtown. yx yifa: tracts In its history. walkout by the Brotherhood of
All they have to do Is present However, students will have to Minuteman Up Locomotive Firemen
their ID cards. pay the fare on the way back and EnglnemenBLFE) by creatingan
"We're glad to do this to get will not be allowed transfers while CAPE KENNEDY (UPI- emergency board to Inves-
_ acquainted," Mr. Woodrow Shaw, traveling downtown. xf: America's new ocean spanning Fire Runs WildSanta tigate the dispute and to make
president of City Transit Inc., Lane and Secretary of Student Mlnuteman-2 war rocket shot settlement recommendations.The .
told Student Body Treasurer Fred Activities, Drew Haskett, agreed from its launching silo asmost BLFE called a strike
Lane yesterday.The that the free transportation to y exactly on schedule thursday Barbara, CalU.UPI- for this morning to enforce a
buses will operate from 6 downtown will "no doubt assista <. and scored a success on Its A giant fire burned out of con- demand for higher wages.
a. m. until 7:30 p. m. this Sat- greater number of UF studentsto trol on a 10-mile front destroying Johnson acted after the National -
urday. The city buses leave for take advantage of Gator Days." i an estimated 100 homes Mediation Board
and forced thousands to flee Informed him the strike threat-
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Invade Jackson *




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I Florida's Gators leave Gaines- Coach Ray Graves was worried worried about the option play run
I |ne airport at 2 p. m. today about the Bulldogs and quarter- by Edwards. To prepare for the
I their way to play "one of the back Don Edwards, before the sea- Bulldog quarterback Graves

lost aggressive teams inthe son began, and with MississippiState moved freshmen back Bobby Downsto
utbeastern C o n f e r e n c e,"ac- dropping its first game to the varsity this week to Imi-

{rilng to Coach Ray Graves. Texas Tech, Graves Is more con tate Edwards In scrimmage.

I In other SEC action, Vanderit cerned. Hoyle Granger, 220 pound Mississippi -
plays Georgia In Nashville; "It's hard to win when you lose State fullback, is another
ilane tackles Bear Bryant's ma- fumbles, throw Interceptions and obstacle the Gators will gave to
neat Mobile;Auburn and Jimmy make clipping penalties on toucn- overcome tomorrow night. "He's
!die square off against Tennes- down runs," said Graves. "Theseare probably the best fullback we'll
jee, and LSU plays a nonconferfnc the things State did in that face the whole year,Graves said.
against Rice at Houston."It loss and they had as much to do
.
Senior quarterback Tom Shannon
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with the defeat as Texas Tech.
leads the backfield
with
was a good effort that wot "I know this Isn't typical of them tailback
|e SMU game, but not one that's and don't expect anything so for- Jack Harper, wingback Alan Poe
TOM SHANNON under In
and fullback
Larry Dupree. passes pressure scrimmageas
DC; to win the next three games," tunate for our game this weekend."
raves reported. The Bull Gator Is particularly Defensively, it's ends Lynn Gators attempt to sharpen passing attack for Mississippi -
Matthews or Don Barrett and Barry
Brown, tackles Dennis Murphy and State game tomorrow night.

I IN THE WHIRLPOOL. Syd MacLean, middle guard Bill

0 Richbourg, linebackers Jim Bern-
o e 0BRUCE hardt and Roger Pettee or Jack

Card, and secondary of Dick Kirk, Albert -r. I
Jerry Newcomer, Bruce Bennettand
Allen Trammell.Gators PredictsEvery w r

"' ,
Finish
week we pay a visit to prior size and depth should do It
Albert's pen and ask him just for Illinois, bowtvtr.
DUDLEY exactly what Is going to happen Syracuse over Kansas A tossup -
I Assistant Sports Editor Final PracticeIn in college football for the week- Syracuse will be seeking rt-
I end. Last week be hit 11 out of verge of last ...k', loss.
With the depth the Florida Gators'have this year and performancesqual
13 for .646 percentage.This"tk Maryland over South Carolina -
to their first game of the season, the Orange and Blue could
Florida Field Albert has picked some rough This should be clost. Maryland'
rewrite the record books this year.
ones, so let's sec bow be comes out. ,.r1or.P"d should do It.
I Bruce Bennett and Joe Brodsky hold the record for most inter-
Michigan over Air Force -Contrary
ceptions in a single game at Florida with three. Brodsky set a national Gators moved back into the
r lorida over Mississippi Statt to many opinions, Michiganby
mart with his return of 162yards for a pair of touchdowns
yardage friendly surroundings of Florida
be One
This will a tough ont. tea points.
[against Mississippi State In 1956. Field yesterday to polish their
up touchdown or less. Michigan St. over North Carolina
I Defensive led the Southeastern Conference In
specialist Bennett offensive and defensive assignments -
game Alabama over Tulane Duck Not too iurt.
I interceptions last year, and he'll be trying to keep the top position. for the upcoming game soup. Mississippi over Kentucky -

I Allen Trammell, Ken Russell, Dick Kirk, Jerry Newcomer and Saturday night with MississippiState. Army over Boston College Mississippi will be No. 1-until
I Steve Heidt are other Gators who will be seeing a lot of action in .
I Boston College can't upset both they meet the Gators.
the secondary. U spirit has anything to do with Syracuse and Army In two successive Navy over William A Mary No
1 Coach Ray Graves was worried about his secondary the beginning winning ball games, the Gators wttks--I bop*. contest. .
lot the year; but If they continue to perform In the same fashion as should win by 20 points. The now Auburn over Tennessee No North Carolina St. over Cltm-
they did with SMU, the Gators will stop some of the noted passers familiar cry of "No, no Grand comment necessary. SOD Always a close gamt.
I such as Bulldog Don Edwards. Jay" echoed time after time In
Washington over Tennessee Ohio St. over S.M.U. A low
the almost empty stadium. Head The Huskies will be fighting mad scoring btttlt.
[Shannon, Spurrier Threaten Coach Ray Graves said he was after last week's 3-2 Joss to Air Pea St. over U.C.L.A. Last
well pleased with the way practicehas Force. over Wtst.
I Any passing record Is In Jeopardy with the Gators' double threat been going this week. Duke over Virginia Not (b.. Pittsburgh over Oregon Ditto.
jof Tom Shannon and Steve Spurrier. Bobby Joe Green's punting record "The boys have finally realized Florida State over T.C.U.-Thl* Rice over L. S. U.Vule
|f 42.9 for 100 kicks might not even be on solid ground with Spurrier just what they have cut out for should: be a tough game for the Albert's upset of the wttk.
land Hal Seymour In the Gator lineup. them and they have worked as hard Seminoles. Oklahoma over Southern Cal -
I Of course all eyes Including the opponents, will be on fullback as any team could," Graves said. Georgia Tech over Miami Possible upstt.

Larry Dupree this year. Durpee has an excellent chance to becomee "This Is one of the big ones. )'Uamlls waiting for Mlra's, younger Notre Dame over Wisconsin .
first All-America back In UF history. We realize we will have to play brother to grow up. Another upset if Notre Damt's DeW
I Dupree already Is the second leading rusher to ever wear the UF much better than we did against Illinois ovtr California California coach can brine the Fighting Irish
grange and Blue. He's second tn Charlie Hunsinger at 2,017 yards. SMU If we are to win this one. could pull an upset -- au- some new tfft.
i Dupree can also become the ilrst Florida player to earn all- "We play five teams which are
Onference:: honors three times.The fullback was unanimous ALL-SEC supposed to be better than us, but
election the past two years. we think we can beat a few of Dorm Intramurais Begin IToday's
I Previous players so honored were Shorty Me Williams of Mississippi them," Graves added. "You might
|tate and Henry Gllmer of Alabama. Their selections were in the say we have our back to the wallso Dorm League Intramural play schedule will feature

Fid-Jo's. we are Just going to take the gets under way today with the opening starting action for defending titleholders
games one at a time. If we come of flag football competition.This la two artas. South IV
Pator Defense Shines out of these two road games with )'ear'. schedule Is markedby of Toltcrt area open up wUh Tol-
one win we should be In pretty what Graduate Manager Paul bent V and defending Murphrtt
I The Gator defensive unit would also like to set some records; but good shape, record-wise, when we Varnes has called "tht greatest title holder Murphrtt A will open
frith the tough schedule ahead it will be hard to keep opponents face Mississippi. amount of Interest and participation up _Fletcher J. Graham arta'
from scoring. "This Is of course U we don't I'.. seen in a long tlmt." Ntlas Section will open up Saturday -
I Tackle Syd MacLean thinks the Gators can have the best defensive'nit have any serious injuries at some "Tntre art tally a lot of as will Hunt's BighamStc*
'nit In the SEC, and he should be the one to know. In the SMU game, key positions," Graves said. "We people Interested in dorm Intra- tloo.
laCLean' made 10 tackles, three assets, recovered one tumble and don't have too much depth." murals this year and those that The entire schedule U a*

lotted down one pass attempt. For his performance, the Jacksonville Florida is generally considereda are par t1 c I pol t1 a e terta1l1l,are follows:
I nior was named Florida lineman of the week. two-point underdog by the experts anything but apathetic." Tolbert Area ..
I Tie defensive unit Is also beefed up with Dennis Murphy, Dill for this game. Graves, how North U2 vs. Tolbtrt U Field 5
fichbourg, Barry Brown Lynn Matthews (doubtful starter in State ever, doesn't like the underdog Flag footoall Manager Buck East 2 vs. East 4 Field 6
fae) and the Gator linebackers Roger Pettee,Jack Card, Ron Pursell role too well. Mtnendez was also high in praise North 3 vs. East 1 Reid 7
P1 Jim Bernhardt. U the defense sticks to its guns, some of the bigpjs "I would much rather be the of this year's enthusiasm "I',. Weaver 3 vs. Weaver 2 Field t
could fall.Pne favorite because the favorite wins seen some motivated kids before Tolbert 5 vs. South 4 Field 1
more often than the underdogdoes but this time It's unbtlltvablt. Weaver 4 vs. Tolbtrt 4 Field 2
Record SafeOne ,," be said. Menendtz also had words' of South 1 vs. Weaver I Field: 9
Graves (doesn't think his boys praise for the fraternity stt-up South 3 n. North 4 Field 3 -
>
I record is safe this year. At least Coach Graves hopes it'* will have too much trouble with in intramural this year, "1 think Murpcrtt Area
I1**. It's the oldest Individual record on Florida's football books the lights In Jackson. The Bull most of the fratt rnlUt* will agree Sledd H vs. Sltdd 0 Fleas 10
11 dates back to 1911. At that time, Earle "Dummy" Taylor kicked Gator said both the fields In Jack- that this year wt will see aa Morpfcret A vs.FIttchtrJFitdl2
I'ttt' field goals during the season for a mark that itlll stands. son and Baton Rouge art perfectly awful lot of really keen competition Graham Art

I Jimmy Hall kicked:: a 32-yara field goal In the SMU fame, but lighted. as the caliber of Individuals 'Slam rs.adltyltldl3Htndtnv
l*ch Graves wouldn't be disappointed U he doesn't have to kick The Gators leave for Jackson at Involved has skyrocketed." v.. Bless Field 14 e
Other one all year. 2 p.m. today. They plan to run Fraternity flag football will {tt MacUcMaa ".C rF"1d15
I Asked U he expected to have to use Hall's toe for field goals inP through a light workout under under way IP two wttkJ. Atkifi Vi. Cluut Field 4
tame Saturday in Jackson:: MUs., Coach Graves said, "I hope the lights Friday nigb* to get
P I hope we'll be scoring touchdowns." used to the field. They will fly INTRAMURAL SlOkrS:
I ""* Gators Saturday but neitherhow back to Gainesville right alter
probably wouldn't score much PDTLXA u. ?
LCA -13 ATO-tf> PCD-7 tlfl-
f the point. "No, No, the game and expect to get horn
Bulldogs. Florida should win by one
PEP-21 S1' -6 TJCE -n SAE -5 PEP 18 TU.1lators
I rand Jay. at 2:43 a.m.



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Sec. of Labor Sets [NEWS FROM: "AROUND' .'''THE' WORLD' ] -



Open Door Policy' I iKennedyStudyCompIetelWashington


The 'open door policy' is the for students seeking Jobs while on
key to newly appointed Sec. of vacation and for those looking for
Labor, Bob Deloach's office. Des- employment at any time of the U PIChief 5,000 mile maiden test flight. and presumed trapped by one
cribing his function as being the year," Deloach said. "In addition, Justice Earl Warren yesterdaygave The solid fuel rocket has an outbreak yesterday afternoon.
threat-j
"liaison between the student and the Graduate Placement Com- President Johnson his Improved compter system tnat Some 300 homes were
the administration," Deloach said mittee Is seeking situations for commission's exhaustive permits It to memorize several ened by the fire, one of the
that he and his staff are on call graduate stuents." report on the assassination of flight plans and is equipped with worst in Southern California
from 1:30 to 5 week- "The Personal Services bureau history, and there was no end j
p.m. every President John F. Kennedy.It a more powerful second stage
day to deal with the needs and will supply complimentary lists ofpeople will be made public at that gives it a range of 9,000 to the fire in sight.
of the UF student who will perform various The U. S. Forest Service ,
questions body. 6:30 p. m. EDT Sunday. mlles-about 2,300 further than
Service is the principle Job ofDeloach's services or will do it themselvesif Warren personally carriedthe its predecessor, the Minute said the eight missing men
Deloach added."Also were working to check a new j
office. Bureaus and possible, thick volume into the White man-1.
committees covering such fields'as the SG Talent Service is function- House, followed by the six other spot near La Cumbre Peak four ;
baby sitting, student employ- ing to round up talented peopleon commission members.They miles north of downtown Santa I
ment, talent placement, and per- campus and securing employ- conferred with Johnson for 20 '65 Prices Even Barbara.
sonal services have been organized ment for them." minutes in the Cabinet Room
revamped, and expanded to The services and information and then posed for photogra- DETROIT (UPI) The Ford
meet the demands of the growing provided by Deloach's office are phers. Motor Co. today followed the
UF campus. free and are open to anyone. The Johnson has said he will read lead of Geveral Motors Corp. Strike Blocked
"We have enlarged the Student operating costs are paid from SG the 700-page report carefully and announced it would hold
Government Employment Office funds. and will take any action the the line on 1965 car prices.
Washington (U UPI-Presldent
commission suggests. It was GM, the biggest of the auto-
_ Free Bus Rides for StudentsStudents I expected to recommend-among security makers, announced Wednesdaythere Johnson at least 60 yesterday days a strike blocked called for
r other things-changes in would be no general price for Friday against most of the
measures to protect the increase this year despite the
will be able to ride downtown every 15 minutes from nation's railroads.The .
President.
fact that the industry is negotiating -
free to downtown stops according President prevented a
the city bus as their University Avenue the richest labor con-
part of Gator Days all day Sat- to Shaw. They also go from tracts in its history. walkout by the Brotherhood of
urday. 13th Street to Downtown. Minuteman Up Locomotive Firemen and
All they have to do is present However, students: will have to EnglnemenBLFE) by creating
their ID cards. pay the fare on the way back and an emergency board to Inves-
"We're glad to do this to get will not be allowed transfers while CAPE KENNEDY (UPIAmerlca's )- Fire Runs WildSanta tigate the dispute and to make
,* new ocean spanning
acquainted," Mr. Woodrow Shaw, traveling downtown. 9. settlement recommendations.The .
president of City Transit Inc., Lane and Secretary of Student j it Minuteman-2 war rocket shot BLFE called a strike
told Student Body Treasurer Fred Activities, Drew Haskett, agreed from its launching silo asmost Barbara, Calif.UPI- for this morning to enforce_ ] a
Lane yesterday. that the free transportation to : %; exactly on schedule thursday A giant fire burned out of con- demand for higher wages.
The buses will operate from 6 downtown will "no doubt assista M ; and scored a success on its trol on a 10-mile front destroying Johnson acted after the National -
a. m. until 7:30 p. m. this Sat- greater number of UF students I an estimated 100 homes Mediation Board
urday. The city buses leave for to take advantage of Gator Days." and forced thousands to flee Informed him the strike threat-
this oceanfront ened to interrupt Interstate
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ators Invade Jackson P




For Aggressive Battle N 4





Florida's Gators leave Gaines- Coach Ray Graves was worried worried about the option play run
Ue airport at 2 p. m. today about the Bulldogs and quarter- by Edwards. To prepare for the .
their way to play "one of the back Don Edwards, before the sea- Bulldog quarterback Graves
ost aggressive teams In theUtheasternConference"ac son began, and with MississippiState moved freshmen back Bobby Downsto

) dropping its first game to the varsity this week to imi- ;, .,
jjjlnj to Coach Ray Graves.In Texas Tech, Graves is more con- tate Edwards In scrimmage.
other SEC action, Vander- cerned. Hoyle Granger, 220 pound Mississippi -
It plays Georgia In Nashville; "It's hard to win when you lose State fullback, Is another
ane tackles Bear Bryant's maine fumbles, throw interceptions and obstacle the Gators will gave to
at Mobile;Auburn and Jimmy make clipping penalties on toucn- overcome tomorrow night. "lie's
Idle square off against Tennes- down runs," said Graves. "Theseare probably the best fullback we'll
lee, and LSU plays a non-confer- the things State did in that face the whole year,"Graves said.
[nce against Rice at Houston."It loss and they had as much to do
Senior quarterback Tom Shannon
with the defeat as Texas Tech.
leads the backfield with tailback
was a good effort that woe "I know this Isn't typical them
Jack Harper, wingback Alan Poe
e i SMU game, but not one that't and don't expect anything so for- and fullback Larry Dupree. TOM SHANNON passes under pressure In scrimmage
ng;to win the next three games," tunate for our game this weekend." attack for I
It's ends Mississippi
Defensively, Lynn as Gators attempt to sharpen passing
reported. The Bull Gator Is particularlyIN
raves
Matthews or Don Barrett and Barry
State game tomorrow night.
Brown, tackles Dennis Murphy and
THE WHIRLPOOL. Syd MacLean, middle guard Bill
o Richbourg, linebackers Jim Bern-
d OBRUCE hardt and Roger Pettee or Jack
e Albert
Card, and a secondary of Dick Kirk, I
Jerry Newcomer, Bruce Bennettand

Allen Trammell. PredictsEvery iu,,,ww M

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Gators Finish week we pay a visit toAlbert's perior size and depth should do It

pen and ask him just for Illinois, however.
exactly what Is going to happenIn Syracuse over Karma A toup. **-
DUDLEY
Assistant Sports Editor Final PracticeIn college football for the week- Syracuse will be seeking revenge -
end. Last week he hit 11 out of of last week' loss.
With the depth the Florida Gators have this year and performancesqual 13 for a.846 percentage.This week Maryland over South Carolina -
[ to their first game of the season, the Orange and Blue could Florida FieldGators Albert has picked some rough This should be close. Maryland'

ewrite the record books this year. ones, so let's see how he comes out. superior speed should do It.
Bruce Bennett and Joe Brodsky hold the record for most Inter- Michigan over Air Force -Con-

ceptions In a single game at Florida with three. Brodsky set a national moved back Into the r lorida over Mississippi State trary to many opinion, Michigan
mark with his yardage return of 162.yards for a pair of touchdowns friendly surroundings of Florida This will be a tough one. One by ten points.
against Mississippi State In 1956. Field yesterday to polish up their touchdown or less. Michigan St. over North Caro-
Defensive specialist Bennett led the Southeastern Conference in offensive and defensive game assignments Alabama over Tulane Duck lina Not too ure.
Interceptions last year, and he'll be trying to keep the top position. for the upcoming game soup. Mississippi over Kentucky -
Allen Trammell, Ken Russell, Dick Kirk, Jerry Newcomer and Saturday night with MississippiState. Army over Boston College Mississippi will be No. 1--until
Steve Heidt are other Gators who will be seeing a lot of action in Boston College can't upset both they meet the Gators.
the secondary. If spirit has anything to do with Syracuse and Army In two suc- Navy over William L Mary No
Coach Ray Graves was worried about his secondary at the beginningof winning ball games, the Gators cessive weeks--I hope. contest.
the year; but If they continue to perform In the same fashion as should win by 20 points. The now Auburn over Tennessee No North Carolina St. over Clem-
they did with SMU, the Gators will stop some of the noted passerssuch familiar cry of "No, no Grand comment necessary. ion Always a close game.
as Bulldog Don Edwards. Jay" echoed time after time In Washington over Tennessee Ohio St. over S.M.U. A low
the almost empty stadium. Head The Huskies will be fighting mad coring battle.
,Shannon Spurrier ThreatenAny Coach Ray Graves said he was after last week's 3-2 loss to Air Penn St. over U.C.L.A. East
well pleased with the way practicehas Force. over West.
passing record Is in Jeopardy with the Gators' double threatf been going this week. Duke over Virginia Not close. Pittsburgh over Oregon Ditto.
Tom Shannon and Steve Spurrier. Bobby Joe Green's punting recordf "The boys have finally realized Florida State over T.C.U.This Rice over L. S. uY '- Uncle
42.9 for 100 kicks might not even be on solid ground with Spurrierand just what they have cut out for should be a tough game for the Albert' upset of the week.
Hal Seymour in the Gator lineup. them and they have worked as hard Seminoles. Oklahoma over Southern Cal -

Of course all eyes, Including the opponents, will be on fullback as any team could," Graves said."This Georgia Tech over Miami Possible upset.
Larry Dupree this year. Durpee has an excellent chance to become Is one of the big ones. Miami is waiting for Mlra's younger Notre Dame over Wisconsin -
toe first All-America back In UF hlstorv. We realize we will have to play brother to grow up. Another upset If Notre Dame'new
Dupree already Is the second leading rusher to ever wear the UF much better than we did against Illinois over California California coach can bring the Fighting Irish
'range and Blue. He's second to Charlie Hunsinger at 2,017 yards. SMU If we are to win this one. could pull an upset -- su- some new Iffe.

Dupree can also become the ilrst Florida player to earn all- "We play five teams which are
onference honors three times.The fullback was a unanimous ALL-SEC supposed to be better than us, but nurals
'election the past two years. we think we can beat a few of Dorm Intran Begin

Previous players so honored were Shorty McWilllams of Mississippi them," Graves added. "You might
;tate and Henry Gllmer of Alabama. Their selections were in the say we have our back to the wallso Dorm League Intramural play TocJ )''* schedule will feature
Id-40's. we are just going to take the gets; under way today with the opening starting action for defending titleholders
games one at a time. If we come of flag football competition. In two area*. South IV
Sator Defense Shines out of these two road games with This year's schedule Is markedby of Tolbert area open up with Toi.
one win we should be In pretty what Graduate Manager Paul bert V and defending Murphreetitle

The Gator defensive unit would also like to set some records; but good shape, record-wise, when we Varnes has called "the greatest holder Murphree A will open
rtth the tough schedule ahead it will be hard to keep opponents face Mississippi. amount of Interest and participation up with Fletcher J. Graham area'
If we don't time." New ins Section will opon up Saturday -
rom scoring.Tackle "This Is of course I've seen In a long
Syd MacLean thinks the Gators can have the best defensive have any serious Injuries at some "There are really a lot of ax will Hume1 Hicham Sec.

nit In the SEC, and he should be the one to know. In the SMU game, key positions," Graves said. "We people interested In dorm Intra- tion.
!IaClean made 10 tackles, three assists, recovered one fumble and don't have too much depth." murals this year and those that The entire i schedule I* a*

atted down one pass attempt. For his performance, the Jacksonville> Florida Is generally considereda are par t1 c I p a t1 n I certainly are follows:
by the experts Tolbert Area ...
underdog
but
enior was named Florida lineman of the week. two-point anything apathetic. .
Bill Graves how- North U2 vs. Tolbert II Field 5
The defensive unit Is also beefed up with Dennis Murphy,, for this game. ,
chbourg, Barry Brown, Lynn Matthews, (doubtful starter in State ever, doesn't like the underdogrole Flag foot call Manager Duck East 2 vs. East 4 Field 6
:ame) and the Gator linebackers Roger Peltee,Jack Card, Ron Pursell too well. Menendez was also high in praise North 3 vs. East I Field 7
"* Jim Bernhardt. If the defense sticks to its guns, some of the big "I would much rather be the of this year's enthusiasm, "I've Weaver 3 vs. Weaver 2 Field 8
'O's could fall. favorite because the favorite wins seen some motivated kibefon Tolbert 5 v*. South 4 Field 1
more often than the underdog but this time It's unbelievable." Weaver 4 vs. Tolbert .4 Field 2

Dne Record does,," b.! said. Menendez also had words of South 1 vs. Weaver 1 Field 9
SafeOne Graves doesn't think his boys praise for the fraternity set-up South 3 vs. North 4 field 3 ,

record is At least Coach Graves hopes it's will have too much trouble with In intramural this year, "I think Murphree Area
ate. It's the oldest safe Individual this year.record on Florida's football books the lights In Jackson. The Bull most of the fraternities will agree Sledd II v*. Sledd D Field 10

dates back to 1911. At that time, Earle "Dummy" Taylor kicked Gator said both the fields In Jack- that this year we will see an Murphree A v*.Fletcher Field 12
M field for a mark that still stands. son and Baton Rouge are perfectly awful lot of really keen competition Graham Are
goals the
season
during
SMU but lighted. as the caliber of Individuals 'Slams vs. Hartley Field 13
Jimmy Hall In the game
kicked a 32-yard field goal .
each Graves If he doesn't have to kick"other The Caters leave for Jackson at Involved bas skyrocketed." llenderivfi vs. Bless Field 14 .
wouldn't be disappointed
one all :2 p.m. today. They plan to run Fraternity flag footfall will get MacLaclilan vs. Cooper Field 15
year. workout under two weeks., Atkins v*. Glunt Field 4
ked if he expected to have to use Hall's toe for field foajsta through a light under way IP
to get
h e said, the lights Friday night
of fame Saturday In Jackson, Miss., Coach Graves used to the field. They will fly INTRAMURAL SCOkcS:
"
Tie Caters we'll probably be scoring wouldn't touchdowns.score much Saturday but neither back to Gainesville right after LCA-13 1.10roD-? POT-4. LXA IS "'JI-1
hould "l' o, No, the game and expect to get home PEPUTXEl1Friday
the Bulldogs. Florida should win by one point. PEP -2l SN -6 TKE-ll SAC-9
rand Jay" at 2:45 a.m.



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Alabama 21 Tulan ....... ..... .. 0
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FORCE Arizona ."...... 20 Brigham Young I Mississippi, Navy, Oklahoma, and Texas--four oi
-MICHIGAN Arizona state 232t west Texas .. .. 0 '
'"'' the 63 that
CALIFORNIAILLINOISFAU.T.C.U. Arkansas Tulsa I powerhouses are top favorites for national
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Army .. 21 Boston college "" ." 20 honors in '64 gun for their second victories oi
Auburn 17 Tennessee . .. 0
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Baylor .", 14 Washington """".. ." 7 the young season this week. And another '63 power,
FLORIDA-MISSISSIPPI STATE .... .
Bowling Green IS North Texas 7 Illinois after win #1.
GEORGIA Brown 3* Lafayette .. 7 goes
TECH-MIAMI Buffalo .. 20 Cornell .......... :::..::. .. : 1 The Illlni knock heads with a rejuvenated California
KANSAS-SYRACUSE Cincinnati 21 Dayton ..
Colorado state 14 Pacific U:":::::::::.:::::::. 11 Bear In Berkeley. However, big Bear or little Bear,
RICE-L.s.U. Columbia It Colgate ..... .. ... 7
the Ten
Big champions should win two touchdowns.
MICHIGAN Dartmouth 31 Now Hampshire ... .. I by
ST.-NO. CAROLINA "
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Duko 20 VirginiaMississippi"" "" I The Rebels of Mississippi will clip the Wildcats
NOTRE DAME-WISCONSIN I Florida 17 1 State
Florida State 14 T. C. U. ? "....... .. .:: : of Kentucky without too much trouble (at least
OKLAHOMA-S....CALIFORNIA Furman George Washington.. ,,,.,, ISIt Wofford Boston U.. U I that's what it says on paper!) the margin will be IfI

C.LJ.C.A. Georgia Tech 20 Miami '1.. ... ". ... I 29 points. ,.

MICHIGAN Illinois Holy I Cross 17n VillanovaCalifornia: .. U But in this next headliner, we're going along with

,.,. ILLINOIS Iowa 27 Idaho .. I an upset the Is that the of Southern
S Kansas 17 Syracuse .. .. ....' : guess Trojans
F.S.U. Louisville i 20 Southern i Illinois .. :: Cal will "whup" the Oklahoma Sooners by a field
Maryland .... 14 South Carolina i 1
FLORIDA
1 \ Massachusetts 13 Harvard .... .. : goal. All you good Oklahomans may now go to your

1 I V:, > GEORGIA TECH Miami OhioMichigan ".. 20 14 Air Marshall force ..........., .. .. 1S I favorite hardware store and buy a shiny new axel
KANSAS I Michigan state 2North Carolina 12 In Navy-land at Annapolis, the Midshipman( will

II' RICE I I MilllllifPI 35 17 Utah Kentucky?............. ....". ". 13 muss up William and Mary by about four touchdowns.
v MICHIGAN STATEI I Navy ... 3SII William Mary .. I And down in the Southwest, mighty Texas will shoot f
Nebraska Minnesota 1 ;
M NOTRE DAMEOKLAHOMA Now Mexico ,, ... 21 Montana .. ::,::::...: .:... : Texas Tech daid, Dad, really dald however, only

North Northwestern Carolina State II 14 Indiana Clemson: ... .. :. : :: 13 points worth.
Ohio StatoOklahoma ...... 20 S. M. U. .. 1 Along with Kentucky Mississippi, the other Jolly .i if J \ .
State 15 Iowa State .. ..... U
t 1\\ Guest Predictions Oregon StataPennsylvania n ColoradoLohigh .. .". .. .. I members of the Southeast Conference will really

Penn State :: U. C. L. A. 11 level all barrels at each other this Saturday,and will New
ATO PittsburghPrinceton 21 Oregon U chalk its second win Orleans
up ; Tigers over the Vols by 17.
I Rutgers .. .. a
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Purdue J Ohio U. .. 7 Alabama will roll again, this time.at the expense

I'' MICHIGAN Mice Southern 'California 17 f Oklahoma I, S. U. .... ".... ,1 of Tulane. .the Tide by 28 points. Mississippi State I Styli
\ ILLINOIS South'n Mississippi 21 Southwest Louisiana I and Florida should have a real head-masher, and from
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\ Stanford San Jose State ..
F.S.U. Texas .. It Texas Tech : here, It looks like Florida by Just eight points
f II 11 Utah StatoVanderbilt 21 Now Mexico State I
FLORIDA .. Each week during the season, this column either
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11 GEORGIA TECH V. M. I.V. 17 Richmond .. t: bubbles over about the forecasting average or takes a '
!: P. . For Only 55'
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\ 1 KANSAS Washington Slate U wake I Port S few "glub-glubs" from some poor picks. Last week,
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us.u. Western West Vlrtinia Michigan : The Central citadel: Michigan. : the scores were so Incomplete ((47 games failed to

q1' NORTH CAROLINA Wisconsin 22 Notre Dame 21 come in over the wire), we'll Just "bubble" twice

\\ 1 I WISCONSIN XavisrYale I ii Connecticut.buUTH Kent State 5 and "glub" once. Among Eastern small colleges, -3$

OKLAHOMA we picked 22 out of 24 correctly for a high-flying
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>> (small colleges) *
;lrII 1 r real "glub-glub-glubl" The very very Incomplete T-

DELTA TAU DELTA Abilene Christian 20 Lamar TechWestern ,..... .. 15 average there was Just over .500. But--good for I I
M Apoalachian 13 Caroline
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Arkansas A i M 13 Arkansas Tech : baseball!
. : MICHIGAN Arkansas State 20 Florence ''' ........ ....... J i
Austin 20 Southeast Oklahoma I

I, FJS.U.CALIFORNIA Catawba Chattanooga 21 17 Tennessee Newberry ri .ii': EAST (small colleges) !

Conway 12 Ouachita ...... 1 f
FLORIDA Davidson 14 Mississippi! College n Albright 21 Juniata .. 12
i GEORGIA TECHSYRACUSE S Delta State 14 Jacksonville 0 Alfred 20 Brockport ... ..... J
,..... Last Carolina 21 Howard n' I Allegheny IS Wayne State, Mich. n I
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lion 9 "
Guilford I Bucknoll 20 Gettysburg 1 n
L.s.u. $f Emory a> Henry. 14 Carson-Newman. 1 California State 14 Lock Haven I t
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Maryville J Centre I Hamilton 21 RochesterR. 12 '
McMurray 20 Sul RossLouisiana ... 11 Hobart 31 P. I.Geneva. I j SHOP i
McNoese 22 Tech 14 Indiana State 31 .. .. 7
Middle Tennessee 24 U. T. M. B. 0 Ithaca .. .. 21 South'n Connecticut 7 I .
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Southwest Texas 21 ToxasLivingston a '
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~'wn.~jJl.~sj ft ]UE!~WdIWWIWWNiiflinW~' -~ 3,. ~ r -~ii The Florida Vol. .Nc. Universiy of Fl T. DEEP SOUTH'S or do, Gomnesville SMET COLLEGE DAILV 9, i t6.t Voting Controversy Remains Deadlock JOEL GASTON Managing Editor A city 'ontrover>,y over whether UF students who irt Lot permanent residents ire qualified to vote was it an Apparent tempStro D ue orary staleniate yesterday pending further action by the parties in volvel. M rs. Al1m a herth ea Alalhu. County supervisor oif Registration, said she is swsitlng an answer Thurmon At Sen. Strom Thurmond, flamboyant legislator H C from South Carolina, who changed parties again, will be here during Homecoming weekend. The Barry Goldwater camp now has the support of Sen. Thurmnond who bolted the Democrats because of the nomination of Lyrdon Johnson and Hubert Humphrey for PWesident and Vice-President. It is expected that Thurwond will attend the South Carollna!F homecoming football game Oct. 16. Homecoming weekend at the University of Florida is considered by many politIcal experts to be end of the sear. m a Mrs. Jayne Butterwortb, Stat from lca Coutye ai yes IaPlagiaris fRepublca Comity s ayeterday, "We just learnedlast night PATTI PITZ that he Was coming in and until Staff Writer we receive more information about Sen. Thurmnond's visit, we just don't know what his plans will be., Mrs. Butterworth is also the program director for the Goldwater for President Cornmitt,. in Alachus County. Democratic Sen. James W. Fuibright of Arkansas, a staunch Johnson backer, will be the keynote speaker .t the Florida Blue Key Banquet that Friday night. Florida's two Senators, Spessat Holland and George Smathers along with Governor Farris Bryant and many other state and local political dignitaries are also expected to participate in the Homecoming festivities. Yesterday morning, floridaRepubllcan Chairman Tom Fairfield Brown said Sen. Thurmond will have seven!l other speaking engagemnents throughout the state which will be announced at a later Thurmond will ne in Tallahassee Oct. 15. 'He is man of national stature whose wholehearted suppoil has Increased the upward thrust of Sen. Barry Goldwater's camp throughout the nation." said Brow,,. Saint Nick?. hHo-ho-ho.! It's a littl, early to be playing Santa Chaus, but evidently someone thought they would get in some practice Plagarism, a rr .LC in honor Court procedings, brought the lightest penalty handed down in the present court's history Wednesday. Pleading "guilty" in asumrnary trial proreding was an l8-year old freshman who was charged with copying word for word from reference sources and using the materi in a term paper without A final penalty was awarded of a severe reprimand, notllication of the professor of th, trial procediings, leaving the final grade action to the professor, and reCommendation that notation of the penalty be removed from the defendant's academic record upon graduation. Testifying In tears, the defendant said she had re cei ved her grades during June and Included was an incomplete grade in one ol her courses. She tried to con-. tact her professor, she testified. After sending three letters and making two unsuccessful attempts to telephone him, she said she was told the term, paper she had submitted for the course was "unsatisfactory' and that She would have to write another for credit in, the course. Thinking she had only bwc werks to complete the piper before her professor would be iwn from Gainenvilie tot the 'econd summer term, she re-wrotethewpaer. 'I had to grab in hour hrre and an hour there," she sad. t'ring this time ihe *s .attendirit to telegrirm sent to Attorney (enieril JumeW. KyTI.N Wed-n's d y id is "expjcing some thiig which mujy 'hed 'omue light on the unique special protb!ems."' The "uiique special prohiems'" arose when a numbher of iistu. dents wvre not allowed to register for the national election. Mrs. Be the. emphaslz.ed that their not tring Allowed to register waN not because they were students, but because of .i -taterncnt in the Florida ,'lection LAWS that a person registerlng has to be a permanent resident or shiow ititelit of establishing a permalnsent domicile." This, according to Mrs. Ilcthea is the "bore of contention." Albert Edgar, supervisor of the Ga i ne s vill1e Goldwater for President headquarters, said that his group will probably do something bout li(the registration problem) sometimee in the near tohire.'' however, be als', 'Aid that they had decided to "delay until we are more sure of what the facts are." EarLier, he had said that his group might consult an attorney with the possibility of initiating a test case on the issue. C ainesville's IDemocr tic hiead q u ar te rs s ai d that they would 'comply with the law.'" Mrs. Lou Rtarident, secretary of the LDemocradle hsadIuairters said that she felt that Mrs. Bethea is "Just being sure that they (the students) are hon. tide residents. (Continued On Page 12) UF COED hula while do neiday night. Federmcsn For New C YVETTE COtlk0/(0 Staff Writer lion Federman 4A, WIN eler ted editor-in-chief of the New ()rlnge Peel yesterday by the Publieatoos Electoral Board. Eajri Barker ,Gato! Part) minority floor leader in the legislat Iv. Couk il for t hp last sI, months, jnnoUn( .d late Last night that he was ,e,ittning as floor leader In order to iffi IIate with V. 0. T. Party becs "ther. haybee onsantattept.by offiial, n te nsxan utav bruit to nul, the legIslatie (r Oin' Ii." Student Body alc, Prrsidert ,-.e --.._ --n _. ., tehani ncing (Photo Rowel shows her ability at the for Gotor Growi try-outs w. 1by Nick Arroyo) Voted )range 'A mlrw~r revolution hJ% juit Ilietly beg u n on this CamflpL. Thri.% corina' be ,,urie changes mnde," I edernian said dfterward. |-.derman said he would elaborate on this statement ifter his ----branch of government and Ii'au ern should not be ,uIbjert to 'ontrot by members If the exc Utive."' T"ie
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Presidential CamnaianE .-.-.stes Report Soon Humphrey Stunned Barry 0 by 'uote NE W YORK(UPO-Sen. Hubert H. IIumnphrey said 'Thursday he was stunnedc'' by a recent statement made by Barry Goldwater which he said indicates the Republicar. presidential c andida te s till believes in the inevitability of nuclear war. "On S ep t. 9, the te mpo r a r ) leader of the Repiblican Party went to Seattle and directed his attentwi to the aircraft industry." Humphrey said."'tw' Arizona sonator told his audience, You turned out aircraft which shot down a lot of enemies, and you are going to do it Main.' "I wag stunned by this stat.ment. Does Goldwater still believe in the inevttabhwty of nar' Senate Calls Bobby Baker WASHU4GTON(U P1)-Pobert G. Bobby Baker will be calledtotesttfy about charges he was involved in a "kickback" to the KennedyJohiwon campaign tind In 1960, the Sknal. Rules Committee chairman said 'Thursday. Jordan was asked whether the co~umlttee would produce some results before the election this ?ovrter. He replied, "I certainly hop. o'" Th. bearings may stafl next week. 'The rut. committee was empoured to look into the polilicany hot charge. of Sen. John J1. william., fl-Del. that MCClnsCOy IDa a $35,000 "kickback"' after he received the construction contract for tbe new L.c.stadlumn. WillIam, said MeCloekey gave the $35,000 to Heyolds who kept $10,000 and then funneled $25,0 thouh Bakrc tothe I980 Wny Do You Read So Sowly A noted publisher In Chicago reports there is asimpfr technique of rapid reading which should enable you to double your reading, *peed and yet retain much more. Most people do not realize hol, much they could increase their pleasure, succes, and Income by reading faster and more accurmi*Iy. According tothlsptibllsher, any-n, regardless of his presentI reading skill, can use this simple tedhiqus to improve his reading ability to a remarkable degree. Whether reading stories, books, technical matter. it becomes tosie to read sentences at a -lance and entire pagss II, scoad. .tt this method. Tb acquaint th, readers of this Administration Corrupted .Goldwater BaSTON(UJPl)-ben. Barry Goldwater suggested last night that President Johnson might have used some of an alleged$25,OO0 fuvern., ment contract "kickback" in hi,, 1960 effort to wrest the prcesidential nomination from the late President John F. Kennedy. The GOP presidential candidate dropped the campaign charge in a speech prepared for delivery In the dead president's borne city. He coupled it with a statement in this pote nti al "backlash'' stronghold that th.Johnsonadministratloo is Ignoring the problem of crime in the street, and is "sick" with corruption. Goldwater arrived in Boston shortly before 8 p. mn., EDT, and was greeted b, about 300 supporters at Logan International Airport. ArkilM ~it W'pir jy. ii pretty good reprt in'ut hi Itcdined to uiy In .iv inc whether it w,'s critic~il ut the Agriculture Department's b .'n lii ng df The. report vi>s certain to beC(Imt .1 political issue 10 the list weeks f t he presidential mpaigii. F:ste s bu i t i fIan IaL e mpl re in west Texas, only to hive it tumble about him In ~ bermbard ment of fraud charges, lie his through the federal courts. The bankrupt farm promoter from Pecos, Tex., was the last witness before the Senate rackets investigating subcommittee last November. At that time Estes, already in deep leg;.I trouble, refused to answer any questions. McClellan conceded that his committee 's report "should have been gotten out before now but circumstances -including the long filibuster on cii iht n h Northwestern Mt~ SINCE 1857 Jim N. Dell.g,. 110W.U~k Av,. 1r. LWs sa. Bldg. 374-973 Co COLLEGE PLANS INSURED SAVINGS * MORTGAGE * RETIREMENT Are there London Fogs *n -aris 4it I, I nhi. I' ,-~ * 0. ~I' ,.d *~. You'll f I I 1* I ~., .*., ,, indoa good selection of "London Fogs" for yo U 'I j hi WI I [I> M'QIL ill /it tiL IN. oil Vntts hid built rmulti-millIon doll ir firm business empire involving A fertilIzer tank business, o-4tton production, and storage of givernml nt >urplus grain. The empire began collapsing in 1962 after Estes was charged with bilking lenders by obtalndng loans in non-existent fertilizer tanks. A Bulova Produst What do you mean, For example? division Of BULOVA Ou get eecin nlue al yOV want. $1095 priced from only I I r A a waterprot to cir, ( e -4 mn

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F 'V Flonda Pla (mp t~J1 yers \ FU D Uw iS ance H riej 'I Toastmasters Harre Penn I St Named .Dean r ~LLii' roperti No .~peEi P ii .,Iti, dO I 'I, -1 oli
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-a-' C a U r 13 S -UF Homecoming Began in 1924 I. I PLANNING coming 1964. to right are Di rml chairman, BIG are these Florida That's FBK President Blue Key Ron LaFo ick Adams, assistant general ch and Howard Mc Nulty, directo Trdition e members as they map out plans for Homece on the telephone, and others from left Jirmon for HC '64; Norwood Gay, gene-. rfor Gator Growl Guardians In 1924. a small group of Florida men were organlted Into an honorary fraternity to help coordinate on-campus and off-camput, HomecomIng aetivitiehToday, that group has become F-lori Blue Key, (FBK) now completely In charge of this mammoth undertaking. Heading the group is Hen LaFace, FBK president. His office I. the ultimat, head of Homecoming, coordinating and organizing the multitude of parades, banquets, pep rallies and other related Homecoming activities. Norwood Gay, general chairman of Homecoming, Is responsible for th. overall organization of the Homecoming .taff, while Howard Mctulty Is director of Gator Growl, the student Waent show wbich accompanies Homecoming. Uculy I. responsibl. for coordinating and producing the entire Gator Growl show, billed as "the largest student-produced show in the world.", Dick Adams I. assltant general ehairmmn in charg. of overall ,dmlnlstrution and staff coorditioa. His assistants are Etwin Thrasher and Truman Scautoroqgh, the stafi "handymen,,, capable of taking on any essential odd job. Charles Cblllingworth directs th. personnel division, which prepares cbafls of the overall Homecoming operations, procures judges for all contests and orients all people working on HomeComing. Paul Hicks serves as director of finance. H. supervises all flnunciad aid monetary aspects of Homecomhng as well as food service and printing facilities. Promotion and publicity are handled by Bill By.). l4e heads on. of the mest Importantdeprtmntsof tmcomig--promotiig all Homecoming activities. They also obtain publicity of Homecoming In newspapers and commnicakioa media .romd thestate. Jim Cooner beaus twe technical and prociaremest committee. This deprtuant andles such things -plants and grounda materIAls. police ooordinatioe, trmnsportatio. reqiast., all housing requests provided by FEK and construction of anl bWoc letter sign. Mac Melvin admInistrate, th. honored guest dIVISIOn. 1n.y are. respoalibh. icr aDl special pr pars tons flor dietin Wfld pusUs 15-20 Floats Predicted For 1964Parae Honored guests, bands, floats and special acts will leave the R.O.T.C. Drill Field at 1:30 pan. Oct. iS, and go east on University Avenue to Malin Street, marking the beginning of Homnecoming, 1964. Al Leonard, chairman of the Honmeceming parade, predIcts 25-20 floats "If we get th. cooperation we expect sfrom fraste rn ities and The Homecoming Sweetheart *111 be on one float. Sixteen high school bands from all over the state and the (IF band will play for the Florida a nd S out h C ar olina cheerleaders and GatcrGnard and Angel Flight drill teams. Special acts in the parade include the Shriners, a misie from the NationLAernadiC and Space Adminjatratuo and Albert in a portable cage. Football Honored As cal ly as 1906 there was Sclebratlon honoring UF alumni. This first celebration wi S called "Dad's Day."' From this grew Grads Dad's In y. On these occasions alumni arid students would witch a football game and then go to a party afte r the game. In 1924 Florida held its first Ilomecomlng. Seven thousand grads mnd dads watched Coach James A. Van Fleet's ighting Gators win a 10-0 vIctory Over Drake lnlversity. A t t his ktinme i t w as discovered that the University hid some trouble handling the 7,000 guests. The late Pres. Albert A. Murphreeorginized Committee headed by Dean B. C. Riley to make plans for handling the large crowds. R(11ey suggested setting up a group of students to create better coorperatlonbe tween campus groups, to plan and to iriange the Hornecomning testiiies.Today this group Bad seating at thefirstfootball games was one of the main problems. The seating capacity was 4.000. New steel bleachers were erected, addlrg 2,000 more seats. The new stands were on the west side of Fleming Field north of the present stadium. Football was less formal then. Cars were permitted to park on the north, south and east side lines for 50 cents to $1 per car load. People Party Alumni who didn't have cars .i in the stands wer N ille to stand on the side hn. I i year 60,000 are exp)' WIt attend Homecomirng. laid Field has a seAl Ig .IpAcit, of 47,000. Homecoming (*lvtn hitHI began on Friday .ftei ILan Mll a freshman foct ball prI followed by a pep rtil. 'hi night. The pep rilly panded to the present 4:1,1r Growl, '"the Ia rge st t 11h produced show in th11 H. Saturday morning thifu met to reminisce. Now th LI gathe ring is gener illy referred to as the A lurmui Association Barbecue. \ffter the game there were fratramit parites which were opern t the public. In 1930 there were smer LI additions made. Florida frild was dedicated that year 4t1 a seating capacity of 2,CC(. The first Florida Blue Ke~ night.Talent and ftrie.rkds were added to the pep rail> A bonfire was also added &Itoi e ac h freshman"ree"rd L bring his weight In wIXIL ti insure the sucresu ofth bonfire. The entertainment 'hat nh was music by the Gator Bmi Drum and Bugle Corps, turrtling, skits, fencing andb>Xil0 The Gator Pep Club organized in 1930 and thi cd section gave its first haltImYW performance. S

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,--V m ~--r ----. .i~, Ir wwm re ,ainsvlirx.wrs u oJwelwa m r-,rJli Debate Set Monday'Should We Recognize Cuba? >-1 p. I.L t.~ S8 t th.', 1fLr Cimit'rl', if -m i~ u. :1 ute i~lo ne 2i di lr d ,. wte e e .eth ri m I .lelntt ts the rirst 'rt I se. 10 Bay in MarIinaji sd No'tNarn VOrg'n a yDROMI C$AN[(i I ARORAiL)RY farehipi.s andtid hfis High tced Tnw'r'g Resin eimnst I 0'O A MIlE tLONG SiO #.t .1d. *o r,1 0 rpat deco flit t *boraio, y I' Conc Srflfd wuth spned, Ste bursy, ronttol And *takfloing qLJah'he. of cloatIng Or ,iebnerged 'a,.l dcignt and *111, fundamental nanJi hydrodynamics ApftlIED MATHEMATICS jAbOftatoNy facilhll., Include the JIeSS lSrgesl OeMoltal systems and IeaaIs, the LARC lhe I SM 7,OC and io1 fils I. *qjShIp,' Drifiury competing It niity. working on *figneingl, search h logistIcs, and ,wmercl mi.thod, Work Cart Ie on hlere lnnolwfl ntahmali IC*Imult tOn of the life cyc Ia of nsCleMr reec or s~ autoumatlc caltwlatlon *f sip lIne., and appil rat 10,15o 01 'nput.'. to manssaen.nt *rob less @ la i: giant sea sae ecrnditi. P,.Iwmelt. Olvislon You are high over the Potomac River just 12 miles from the Whit, House a. and viewing 186 acres of extraordinary research activity new Mnvring *nrd kehtepiq Ittility, running *odef. flW btestSd unidat ,t You any site ebr wflh the HIg-st.e it isogisy rield, Virginia AESQOYNAMICS LAZORATORY teciiltlinee clS, SSvra wind tunnels ,sngiq froml sibscoic Ibroqg* hywfeslc at Mach IC-which a,. used to detssee end lawrs. ,tatkc .W blility. control ando beet tramalur dharaclerIalie ef Iwgiceptorn. VTOt',, supercne *lrcraf, singlie. etc Al. hew Studies .l4" ive boa*b dSIg. Scidge sirwitus alrcsefl twtbulece s hea appreach.g carrier, *nd at., gewfnlewt and sat, pitb Tb. .Jfq14u STROC1UPAA MiCMICS LASOAtORY ficihi ties at cidr sc r the n pressars hebsa utlef peiitO study by ses' of sirg stiuctursi nwdelg. of the hell strut tures tar deep d ing submartiles *nd dsep tee reserch vfhItls to racrh all ocean depths Aditlonul slructwr*I Mechinics La.ratery vfac Iltes are scattered throughout the IN acres, and inctuds a trldlsenticnel Static tntd Wrens. Pmntageeal test PoMd E'plotion Pits and a S00 S0pound Uelwerual istlIn Machine With tfese far Ititle., I boritory aellstse nd eqi nears cendurl studies aImed at Immoevie the bull sirucluirs end Incrmtjing the reeitmnc. of the ter1': aleps I. *namy .4 tech rhi. roquIre. deuelopgment of furntamentai. thflretile 0p proerhes of load and ,espo.,se, and dnvlopsenI c ofigIferlg solutions bend 04 the increa,.d snidrstmndleg A aflatanlel portIon of thte ships protection reseereb Is crIed *wt it the ltnderweter rsploswie *ese*,ch CivIsic.i of this Ijotcey Ia rated at hortaluth. Virginia TheAc0srcsAND V'S RAfT I ON AONA 101Y me j usi wcter mound output eudmnala aplie4 research i yr dynenice strut Irai acotcc, mechanical vhbrstloes. and sisal *roCe,.Iqg -.e nupnfeted by conduct at .e.gsIc *5 aft' loss trials and tenelopmet of acoustic and ,lbretien inttis .men tat los the O'thAfliSs mEsMA~cM Q*O4 eIne -i pUIpsetetd ci easity because It rage, over all the IOTA! attlvitles St 1h* Model Sjttn hvdro.c hanis~t5 I1 .Itua *5Chr1iC5. aerody nanmprs and coPtled iYMISCWmslrs specIal aflplioe Bedsy ars ii i, thslbds I newel arch letlure, ship siIencleg. ship pr. t.mc .inavd .e.s sledcs *.,i., rehe~eric~e,.ece goal, for tilis andl submeriiw. in view *f inoabS *fvitemenial far tor: hendling iii a slmngly genereted Srn cris t *4t e in with DYMSQ rapa~lpties ad asiq ue.riend. Ions in the cech i* r~e '0rf as I. sesoiag ,.SIErCh T se's:n. ;': .e .Iaq ta 'e ;. -. in .rec '.re. .i M.eAle. .h Aequ a d ni e ad.i 0.CIusk U.OaSnle Msin lea, ,s.ta .~'. .e .e. S~ Of course, from this height you can't see much de tail, which makes the imposing tQpfnSe of the two mamn buidngs all the more intriguing Perhaps you car, guns their functions, but it's also what you can't see (and this Is summarized in the adjoining column) that makes th. David Taylor Model Basin a completely unique fun damental and applied research organization -and a place you should seriously consider for your career as professional scientist or engineer A. the Navy.a advanced facility for research into submarine surface ship. aircraft and missile dessgo concepts. the Model Basin can offer the young graduate certain specific nanonfuntes hard to find *nvwr. .654 I Reach the $1O OO0tolI2OOO0 level WITHIN 4 YEARS 2 Tak, graduate courses for advance degr.* *rTh Navy help 3 Gam diversified RDT & E experience with the bt equipment and facilities of their kind 4 Work on research projects of recognized nation.' ifs portanice 5 Attain recognmnd professional stature sooner at which point a number of futures .rc availabi. Watchfi thif David Taylor Maded Iasf, Inflrvlews. whse, hs visits your campus. -r contact MrS. Dl Maria direcijy to. lnfonnston. Reprnsentalives from The David Tayor Me in il hdOnCiinpti ilttffVheWS Frid y Ged nl. rth 1. o e o i the

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*-'< -~S4 ~4 ~ A ~ OPIN I. ON A Ar' 1)1 C. I) Sf. 1)1411 J'4~III II" net -iti~iI -~ I uLkly wa'r' porph'1 list wak, 'Jhm \II 8r1111u IKay to inst di two-would let ii ee the Fvii y group in thb. (air mnn~Ier <, thait games ard iot-s-od get a fair slake Id tO iim wier.Iy et y 'roilp ,'virr t' sirnj uppnoiumty flu Vio.I (''a ll It bloc-setuij pum wiuldI ir lof stad ii ith one wtpult hLaiw v{otrl I tA fl ,r)Te speitfor othtia girn ,. V Ir 'jh soiuild 'fitn A(IIi w l t mL IdV it ifm (Ji' ilrtoi A [1141] -t~ else. At least that was roul plian. To fairly sk for the aholishrmieqt of the r rircm pliL which gave Sb, lui Key and The Ailigitor blit, ill 5U--yird ton' ,eat,, for every gamere wile the oth,'r g ro Ups, Icnk thIir iihans I. In S(,'s rotaiticzi plan, TPhe Allig itcor bout i f ,aiitrrs vcobei uit.iii mously tu turn down SG's cofior of the %O-y I d lira. 'tits. We could not cirmpaign effectively IgJIILst something lI we Were guilty of taking part. And sowe info rmed SCof ourdec isiin to Lw placed 'in rotit ion" with thre other blocs before the first game .aid urgeud thu SC Committee on Football Seating to have the other tvo groups of the ''Big Three'' follow suit. We were politely told thit if we wanted to sit In the end tone that was our business but SC intl Blue Key deserved the 50-yard line seath and were golng to keep them. But somebody In SG forgot to tell somebody else aend last Saturday despite our request, The Alligator found itself smack in the middle of the SG bloc on the--you guessed It--SO-yard line. 'The ribbing from the SG people was expected .nd It 'am. Running a college daily makes one's hide quite tough to (riticismn so we took most of it in stride. Buti one statement by SG and Blue Key people stopped ILS. They asked us if we had gotten any letters supporting our position. We had to answer no. Many people had stopped us orn the street to applaud our standl and to urge us to 'keip lter 'em.'" But no one hid written I letter. ''Sure,'' chuckled the SG people. "TJh,,t's becius. Ihe stiutents don't crte If WE' sit On thre SO. It's always betI dioti th it w ty and everybody knows It.,,' We thought they were wrong. Apathy in t sttudeiats isr ditionul we know. Hut surely q(MEK students mieit fiel flhx ii, being taken advantage of. But perhaps The Alllgattor IS ilotne in Its ipuiiora. It won't in the first trme and ci *ria inly not the lt. But if, perhaps, you vet a little .angry i've'y I Imni vtu reid about the privi Iege'l SO-yard line sets Ib ing given 0o thI "student leader s," write us about It. iDoni't stcop us arn th. street tad give us verbal eticourigemrent. Show Sb thait yr'u lot like tradition simply because it's always bven done hat w l. Show the 'student leader,'" that you, the ar e Itudent, art tiredi of SC serving itself Instead of serving you. The e Florida A LGLI GATOR hinvd by Ulited Press Internati~nal Maaaglqe Ic~r. ....... EK ctiw Editor. ...... AsIstaS Managing t dltor. .... sla Maagrq Editor. .. EfltlslPoEltr. ... .ubt Editor. ..... Cty Editor. ... Cps~ Uuing Sdiar. .. Editorial A.istait. -Bruce ...... ... .... ..... ...0 .. *. .. ..... ..... .* .... Dudley, Castello, Ann Z artvr, Don Federman, Nancy B Ernie Lit: (Circ.*lation Manager), Stan Kuip( .....Wuiker Lundy .......Joel Gaston ......Roe Spencer .......Benny Cisc,. .* ...Dave Brkow'Itt .Jt, Hammock ......Glenn Lmney ......-Skip Haviser .Jacki. Corneuus Thy. Levine, Jim rachey, Sam Ullrnan, Cartoonist). Reporters -. Ed Barber (Tigeul Hall Beat Chlef), Patti Pitz. (Student Government Beat ChicO, Jim Claxton, Hadi Cain, Joe Kollia, Dun Nowtray, Bob Golub, Don.] Decker, Joe Waldorf, John Mcflomoagh, Sharon ICelley, YTett Cardozo, Greg Stitz, Jo Mejiif, Cynthia Tutall, Ami Saperstein, William Do., twice 'Tall, Frank Shepard, Edwin Browiirlgg, Harold Aldrich, IA. Alxwander, Agnes Fowlos, Gerald Jons, FranSnider, Thelma Neusman, Bill Sadowaki, Marjorie Green, Evan Latgbetn, David Kennedy, Marilyn Bricklin, LU: Brewer, Pri8 MeCollester, Gretchen Vnderkerg, Susan U. Smith, David Rope., Ter ry keser. 8.sle HalbSCk. Karen Hack. Sbeldon Cimeni. Joanuaston. COMPROMISE ? ~zvr CLERK'SCORNER STE uE CIIEESEMAN Hoaor Court Clerk In last week's article, I explained how a student is both served itnd protected by the Honor Court through Its policy concerning the cashling of checks. This week I will explain how Student receives protection during an actual investlgatiin and triti in the Honor Court. L et me first point out that there are two types of t ritls in the Hiror Court, a summary trial and jury trial. A summary trial is held whan the student either pleads guilty or Is found guilty is charged; whereas a jury Li lal is held lily when the sttxdent pleads not guilty. I will tii with the procedure taken in a jury trio I a ad then move into that of asummnuiry trial. After i student ha., been turned in to the loon Court, he(or she) Is immediately assigned twn tielense counsellors. 'These two defense ounsellairs, along with two cuurrslja, r 'prasentmrg the stiidttt body
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tui moi I ii M. AU Ii ~ M ore speufcati li P1R p lit'fp editorial, y(u I A~ ti* wofis 0We 44)!d*e' to denote 'unmt o of Iie RejttalIc i Dirty, I w ul lke to s thait I 1m 5l1 .4 fItera i our whit woiu!, uik. to see the ( hii Rht hill t'itfoi eil Hkd thI, iCOiit' tax remain. &rnli cilisli that m'n shock ninv. I believe thai Diit v>(oldwatei is R.Nbd roi thl% 'nuifily. YeI atid good foi tits iujit rb. I flit'. this sirierely with is tTnurh entt,,siasnm is I Sin mnuser. I.,ry (oltdwatir is the best pill thait Am., t min pxolatics and 4rmer Wein .apathy has swallowed In long timu. And is long is th Is m mi loes lot be &Ome the presIdent of this ctuitry, I would rAtter set. no oja, ini his pIue. I aok around y 'u! Ifow long has it betn stnc, you' ye -se,' such enthusiasm for in ieie offtee When hive you weh so mainy Ipee iake pat t in dl cusloins, eve,' when they k new jwst ., little lirke I good Iouk .it the many who were once silent now trying to express something. Look at the stickers, the .IOgAnS, and the songs. Try to find someone who dot's not think he knows what the main issues ire. Ask anyone to discuss the principles jid h.' amazed at the fervor In their vote. took at your parents, who it seemed for so long were going out of their way to vote. Again I say Barry Goldwater is good for this country-.not in the sense that his policies or Ideals are what this cotry needs, because by far they aren't; but in the sense that Barry Goldwater has aroused the emotions of many a man; In the sense that American apathy is being whittled away at Its core; In the sense that the colored man is tryhng to speak and the stgrtgatonist is trying eVeh harder. ThiN country is vibrating from the shouts of so many once complacent individuals, that the voter turnout may exceed anything ever expected. I swallowed that pill right aft.! the Republican Convention, and this campaign may prove to be the best prescription over written by politics for the American voter. Norman Small, lED $ FR ESHMEN ONLY' 5' AN( Tee V A It tO the FREE PASS NC) BOX T _______ NO STUPIC J ut hr mg9 y 2PMI ) JINGLES! Oud relf and yo ID by mnd pick up Theatre -----ry to pick then, up at you con as our flicks or Oil y inammed up ut n ght V)" 20' g between I e SC) FINE SE LOGYl ood anytime! p rm and 6p~m that N' F MEN'S we re usuOR You! WEAR FOR F LOR IDA 50% VICR~ON 50% COT TON *Polyester SUnderarm Insert for free wear & fit long wearing *Wash 'n' Wear Sohid Colors with trim 2 for$5.5 Usuall y sold at $4.95 each 77 KNf~SHIRIS GAI NESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER MA LONE'S li'ai

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-'.~iA'~, G ATO R w. ----_ CLAA Sale MAN'S WIIITt diner jacket, 59 regular, thk. nlew, alsoblackdres trou,,ers. Both for $25. Call 6-1935,. (A-IS-3t-c). 3 BEDROOM I 1/2 bath house. $450 down, payments $90 a month. Also furnIshings. 1430 NE 12th Ter. Phone 376-6819. (A 15 -St-c),. KISER'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT We have 7 USED TYPEWRItERS EXCLUSIVE OLYMPIA DEA LER RE NTA LS Expert Repairs 604 N Phone .Main St. 2-9607 STARTS 1 Se 3 GEA Late as 8:25 ONITE! T HITS!l Show 6.15 7 PM [F9r salK] IFor Sale u ndition. ('all F ( 635$i. 1-I5250 cc SUPER SABEIZ 'undapp, Contact Frank at Pt Lambda Phi House at 6:30. (A -13-5t-c)-. PORTABLE Tape Re' order,* all transistor precision set with 2 speed dual track. Cornplete With telephone pickup and foot control lie new. Call H2-7134. (A-liSt-c). 4'a '. 'jtJ. i ll \letoirh Ue 1-itts '( rmi. '17 at 12'>IlL. 4-IZ i-t 1964 V F>IA >( a if. Fmre((bV condition, useI toi oil y one imnester. Buddy seat, Mpeiltometer., etc. Must sell. (jill between B-7 p,rr. 378-1172. A -4--3t ). D( 4 FBL-, roll away Iti a matt res $20. Phone 2-1820. Or see at 421 NW 3rd Ave. (A-li->t -C). MODERN lO PER CENT DISCOUNT To All Students Showing ID's 'tafling Sept. 21 at 1 p.m1 'AUNT JEMIMA'S KITCHEN 1614 NW 13th St. GAINESVILLE Shoe Repair Shop All xpert Shoe Shines Types Shoe Polsh Shoes Repaired wh;Ie You Wait In Carolyn At 101 Do Plaza N. Main St. wntown DRIVE-IN 27 A t 8:25 Onl y EMIAM ALE WInnsr of 27 Internstlonslf Awsrcds,.7 ACaderny Awardal .* Third bonus Adult 'A, Hitat 11:00 mI a Kmwtlnum St"r.rz Chmece __ tlaC N IFor saie7 22Arch.r li atV ,llage. Thonr 7-1704. (A -143t e). [Fo r R ent I R(Xo N FOR Itent in a nice quiet bomne to A nature -tudent or business prso'". Ciii 6-6046. (B15-It-'). VdtRY N See it 312 NW II -St-p). 1(1, 2 bQLrOOm' iil-Ofl-any diy after I p.m. at 19th Ave. $90 nmotth. (B TrWO ROOMS suitable for one male student. Near shopping center aMd in walking distance of campus. See at104 sw 8th St. (B-12-Hf-nc>. Wanted nicely frnkshbed kitclc I room. 707 NW 8th P.' 0958. (C-I5-3t-c). NEED one female rumrn i share Apartment wit1 conditioning, swim tilk transportation can In I $45 per month. Cdll I i. 378-1080. (C-14 -3t-p). WANTED: Student parinti would like to reduce triir sitting expenses. F' babysitting pool! For information call 35*3-0372. S-) ,tWANTED 1950 thru 195 i r and Chevrolets. Al liernd Service Station, 916 5. .Street. (C-5-20t-c). FEATURING GUIT ARS AND AMPLIFIERS BY .Fender *'Guild GRETSCH CHET ATKINS COUNTR\ GENTLEMAN GUITAR The handwone shnwpirce if the labulnus C ret sch CThet Aikin, lne -thr new diir Gentleman *idh r QvyIi and t&,ne rhar hjv~e mjde ii the mflt Jesjrrd $r~trC uwtJr world Slim [o F entiinr Htpliow kody wcirh emuJL Ited F h''les, new Double rS i~ enw I' piayon~ Deluxe HIgh Ratio en('iste gear' (odd prated OrrtscF Bigsbv lIl. 1sIlpwre Adjui'jble rod Atn n rmk S.'n ek'nv Nr,, hasm hnterbosri Stkme pijir "cu pint (retsh FiLter rr&.r twill rettr.nj hcad' Amir in Doubje Muril<',+ arhI ra'her 'houLder wraip Paddrd Hick tushinuned ''in cupmfnst it,h mnah''gan; P16122 Gre!Mch bhe, Arkcoix C ,iur; Genillemian ELeririt Guitar (S. In color On *ppoit. pagel $595 GAINESVILLE HEADQUARTERS 00 for pianos by .BALDWIN KIMBALL PERCUSSION EQUIPMENT and supplies by -Sli ngerland -Ludwig ICC -Gretsch Stopping place for a complete selection of your musical needs. GRIDLEY MUSIC"o Aiahoracd Soidwmn Acrosomc-Piono & Organ Dcalcr 4 N. Main St Gauncivill. Skoppmng Ccntc, P6. 372I. --' -a FFor -J ATOWERIG ADVENTURE TRIUMPH.WINNER OFAWE"' NTERNATIONAL AWARDS. ACADEMY AWARDS n s SHOULD AIT !ASK, IFI KDS M S

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R CLA IFIED NL it [ t. Jobs Y -part time with jard Special Feren be willing to train iii sc u ba, mountain anid other hazardous pay, Interesting work, Howell 376-1704. CE Wanted .X~' dIFNCED lead and rythm iht desires position In esbsed group. Rock'n roll Blurm -Standards -Anything.CaII .2 9179. (F-.14 -4t-nc). Services H' lo SAFETY SHORT COURSE. 1 wutse of tour lessons inbasice Irsemn inship for those beginners, I r experienced riders, who have ri learned "kicks and haul on era j ns"--"Jgjddap"' and i ilua I iinstructionl only'. ii four lessons twenty dollars. tt1 lessons cheaper. ntoy four wheel brakes when SI tdp horseback, Colonel n II Fi .(Terry) price,(tetlred), Ihp iLrnch, williston Roid, north 'I dwY-Kified students last spring I. luded faculty members stu-IeJ't wives arnd children. Spild Instruction for horse and rni. if 'OU OWfl yOur hOrse. Tel.planr 372-5844. (M-15-3t-ct. Services LI my huini. .eii.tte expe rimn e. SIC wk, *11 King 376-01??. I \1-f --. --I I: t, i PI{QFU &,l N Al UkN I. 're niI my home. 12 ye irs exper,met Meditil Telrmirnolgu p >seil.' approved ('r utte li.Sti,lueits g rad u it e students, o!tces 1 A w Auto Ir ins. H & I -lLoA iitL.ig. -w o ditliln. $r. Ken bs md, Shady Nook Ii Ileti to'i, I t#18.t,II -3 0. 1952 MC, RI lii I ilteliol .cew fi (Ce. ( aII I, t.utifuI fnew iii JOb. Will F P .2-1694. ((GREEK Don't I Sign th Autos J ",w \otk.et air Inl Iwit. 72-tI 12* isk US-[.t3 ,rnwrtleI. i oill oe. f trhn, m. Ill 2i. F% lIAT 1100. ['eluxe IiiSlai, evcrllent condition. I{,di&, and ii.'tier, white -wall hir., 3,00) mil s. $41 '. till I V 2-9 119. 46 hut kmin I ill. ts. I5-II-Ipl. liui VOl bWAGTh N nww engine. Ciood condition. $895. ( Il 3I 12t1. Ext. 2108 or FIR 2 -I't ifier 5 p.ml. IC -l3-3t-r3. 1959 Mwst Rule, .37 6-9 A NC i lA. (Aood coit Ion. sell ttoff.r.(ont.t Jaime 2114 Rum fl Iall, Tel phone I5S. (Ci-14-5t -v). Au tos 1 11 3fl'Ii pr. iii1 NW trI jPj~ 0 Phime 62-271. I -hf-ni). IIr -4W., lt& H 3. rR-i WW, hoit cover, *one H& H $57S. Phone 2 -. 71. Ask (or M Ikl in FRmi. #1. I .& e miib.IC If nmn homi,. (, -14 -21 -c). 1955 CE.NTUIRY IUI(IK 2 tont, jowwr stnerln and brakct, RA&l -new tirns, very clean, $27't H. 6-7043. (G,-I3-3t-'). 1959 Tr-i, radio, h,.ater, WW, 41,004).Ih's. Goudcondition. $850. Phonw 6-87 19. (G-14-3t -r). ? Cf course you wont your picture in the SEMINOLE. et the other Greecs have more representation then you. e appointment sheets in your house TODAY! (zl.4I.K PlC 1111ff:-TAIN( SiEL)I'I.F Mondjy-Wdw%.Iy ) St ptrtitwr MI Oct obh.a 4>ctoter 12 -IS (tout iays) con 5595 -6998 ed. ()cobr 26Al l ilA It.P811 tIN PII Al PHA TA M[. GA EAn TImi I IJEITA TAU) DEl TA KAPPA ALIIA kAPPA SIGMA (Monday ,and llesday3 AlPHtA GAMMA RHlt (I PHil Ut,. I T A IIIl DI' I TA IIPSIIA)N PIl 1[ TA THlE TA PHi GAMMA DE LTA PHI KA PPA TAt) IPl KAPPA Al PHA PI' EJ'SIIA)N P1 PI' LAMBDA PI' SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON *SIGMA CI DELTA SIGMA PHI 'Thursday-Irday AII'IIA ('I ()MIGA Al1 PIIA 1).1. IA PT Al PHA E PWIA)N PHil AI'IIA t)MICIU)N P1 (Wedne.day jynd 'lhur'day) ('II OMEGA DEl.TA DE LTA DE LTA LA MIIIA (HI Al PHA DELTA GAMMA IE LTA PHI EPSIl ON KAPPA ALPHA THETA KA PPA DEl TA PHI MUT ZETA TAt? AlphA November 2 -6 SIGMA NU SIG MA PHI E PSILO)N TAUl EPSILO)N PHI TAUl KAPPA EPSILON TlhMfS: Monday through Friday 12:00 -5:00 P.M. 6:00 -9:00 P.M. *PlctUF.N will bot b. laken Friday, Wekendl. October SIG MA KA PPA TH ETA CHI PI' KAPPA PHil jet),h louicomhnw NuTE: If you arn not abW. to b. pr.Sen at lb. tints LIsted 6bv., p145s notify the SEMINOLE aftic Sbtr 2 P.M. Trade ii Bob 8 Thdi Ipin. U -12 -4t-p). HelpWanted -u a |

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,,.~ ~ .~ 4MI#AI~~~ IUJW~t~!S .~.,p., ~ ~ Interview rlhated ti, iin ,rgii**erkng I a4L'>'Ii lIthenh .tihi I)I-lig of I r hnr temn 'Iling, ['roteton.nd ieliy Design; Relay l-eld, DI )'trlbut iin Steel d Operations, Power Plant F ng ince ring and Cornmnr( Ia) October 2 -RADIATION, INC.,, Melbourne, florida. EE ME --ll degrees. Dec. grads. EngIrteer ing and d esi gn including aerospace. POM telemetry systeirs, ground link systems, ground digital data procrsslng, reflectivity me.,s'rements and ccuntermensure systemts. skiIlI, (hteIer2 -(iE( IGIA S TAIF IfI l W A V 1E PA RIME NT, Atlanta, La. CE--uS, MS degr.es,. Der .grids. U. S. Citizenship rejuired. ,Iunior Enginieers. ()tober 2 -NAVAl lAItS [JAY (POIOTma' River N. va1 Ciinmml) --U.A. Citizenship rPqulred. [Jec., Apr., Aug. grads. t*.S. NAVAL AIR JEST nEN-TEF I, Patuxent River, Md. AF, EE. ME--all degrees for [, I!, \H n \l 2I, A~vLsh,ik, bli t 1 -~g \II Iei; ep, It, h it Sh'rj. -Mt, ibl) dItr. % U.S. NAVAl. IROPFI IANT P IANT, lrndinead, Md. Cht, EE, IL, M, Math, Phy sirs, (lhi. -all iegr.s. U.S. NAVA[ WEA PONS t ORtAlT)RY, ) ihlgren, Va. EF MI, Math, Ps--all degree,. l)A VI U TAYlO)R MO [)I[ I BASIN, (arderock, Md. AE, (E, F. ME:, Math, Ps --a11 degree. t October 5 -LIASKINS & SF. [lS (( PA) Jacksonville and Mlarn Ila. At> ounting--iLs, MS degree. Dee., Apr., Aug. ads. Junior Account,,ntL% Job I \, nksur)i,'l, 1.| Ac' V. p N~ p -Iw \M, I fIP1 Sigma Epsilon Persons niajoririg n busine's dinmmnstratou are uivited to a smoker given by Pi Sigma Epsilon Monday at 7 p. nm. at fth Prim, use Inn. ~II(S/ V IlON\L IL. %L cl.all degrees. 0e. rhIS. Letsign, rest ue y l~op ne nt Flight Test, Data Processig and Reseairch. "ct"ber 1, 6, 7 -WFST'INGlit)USE ELECTRIC CORPORATHON, Pittsburgh, Pa., Ps, CE, ChE, EE, IE, ME, NE, ETng. Set., Met. Eng., --BS,MS degre. Dec., Apr. grids. Ehgineerinlg. Manufacturing, Marketing, Purchasing. October 5, 6 -G ENE RA L MOTORS CORPORATh)N, Detroit, Mich. ChE, FE, ME, Met. Eng., Ene. Mech., Nuclear, Cy, Ms, Ps --all degrees. Dec., Apr., Aug. grads. Grown M( Raleigh W. Greene, chairman of Florida's Council of 100, wIll be master of c4.remohies at the [IF's Gator Growl, October 16, Florida Blue Key announced yesto rda y. Gator Growl, titled "the world's largest all-student produced 81)0*," is the giant pep rally do r Ing the UIF's Homecoming weekend, Oct. 16-17. it precedes the Florida Gator's big football game against the University of South Carolina, Oct. 17. Greene, a partner in the law firm of Greene and Davenport in St. Petersburg, graduated from the UF in 1950. II. took his LL.B. from the university In 1951. In. 1980 he received the .*or Chamber of Commerce of Petersburg Uistlrngulshed Service Award. He was appointed cbajrman of the Council of lOG by Governor Fnrris Bryant. A / ~ + Named He is a member of the Florida, American ajid St. Petersburg Bar Associations and is past president of the Junior Bar Section of the Florida Bar, the Suncoast Heart Association, the Visiting Nurses Association and the United fund Drive. C. Howard McNulty, Melbourne, 3LW,is directorof the glaniGrowi. HOME & AUTO COLLEGE RADIO SHOP 817 W U NIVE R I TY A VE COkuv~4tkv teAt I Full Carat $650 %/4 Caret $425 A Carat 5225 ecial get plans students %h Corut $125 GRADUATE CO llEGE September PICTURE -TAKING SCHEDULE 28 October October 5 -9 *October 12-15 (four days) October 19 -. October 26-30 November 2 I .ES: Monday through 12:00 -5:03 P.M 6:00 -9:00 P.M Education Medic in. Journalism and Communications Architecture and Fine Arts Business Administration Engineering Nursing Physical Education arid Health Agriculture Health Related Services Pharmay Forestry Friday* Apply Rorm Florida Un 200 ion 'Pictures will not be tiken F rlddiy, October 16. Homecoming Weekend. \ 5jCTl.: TV ou n r you want your picture ore grmduoting to be present at the times listed above, in the SEMINOLE if you this fal, winter or sprinlQ. Schedules Openings . Of Sp Bu fo y a e una

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-a Groh [1C f fj, I y A a v set Pre -Law Society To A -~ A ,t~ A > Outline Plans pt + .'it i 90 th C IC> I K> ~ / Men s STREET FLOOR Shop P A I~f9S FAIR of Sa lwes FROM OUR STOCK! OUR EXCLUSIVE BRAND FAMOUS MAK E FALL & YEAR &WOOL MEN'S TQ REG SA N ROUND WOOL DACRON SUIT S [Th A r 'N 0' I 45.00-55 00 LE 39.90 s. FLQ A O LONG COLORED, MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE SLEEVED, 14 --1, WHITE SEVERAL COLLAR STY DR ESS OR LES SH IRTS ORIGINA LLY 4.00-5.00 SA LE OR ELUSIVE FA OuMAK E MEN'S T IES OF Ifl DACRON ALL NEW FALL PA TTERNS REG. 2 50-3 50 SAL E 1.59 FAMOUS MAKE BANLON OR NJvi flK 1' / A. 2 99 yr *-.~-~ 2' -'Er, ME N'S FAMOUS LONG COTTON MAKE SLEEVED OR BLEND -. -~ fl .lan,-r m I,,0 1 .1 .1* los Ill hi'a m'h, h K i 1 Free Party Tonig ht I ltrsl ,tI, (018,1 sates lorit' IpmstingI ite pviy tonlgt thme itt I iki min vii hr l, rti inomtm tit ihuilditsosro thle(rrlLtIIil l bxei Land rieh. mints .iiulhi whoili woEks. rhIn s I ci. iti o iknutl Li Lll zry to iieis 4Iml.Ii jptijiI i o a~~ Id 01.r 0a 4'iiiv* *~l~lIjlirrui la. irk, pijultrity thilrii.mi. "A new sudent trovE *it iAwlll spu.*.k liii jhts p}iii if iiw 'wotg wviii t keld Iii mIn N Eg oil I,' ilk liii Li, I uk V ILkI Ne l,4',I l ts -lu lilt h" I', I, I. iii It iiil onui wil t iii a ri I (e Ills flit I lii' lit 'iii Lust 'itt p it' I. 4. TI ti til jht*( II s iTh 'hV isa wi ti'&h mlies lit IliI th t elyw I'h lud sie atnihrim 'ii 'ii Ih riml it V prlu.I Lii NhIs)leI Iii ir t is t tiLunselII4g 2 i' fir li In li NIItu iid 11 phrovute intai iiinal lii to;u of mors's I slwuriut shaitl.) in, 11dm Iii his undi'rgr .d I tluItnts. It will bI. of se S senf Iii ill.nan.m F all Festival Of Values US Chokce beSt Vop bsund of bef~ Au. .59C Large QOranv Souec Fris Chickefld Cmrn Frdtnr. .49$ VI.'. fainou. C.m.d beel & Cohbae. .9 GrflIId kMe Liver Soun. US Choice fend. hlae h.1f & Pe.m. .59C D;"',e iell., bose Yowng tAey wi4 Dm1.i ,C.nb.rr Sevc.44 Golden Fried Jtsmbe Scallope S9l Faed Filet of Ccv.; Woe wv~$ te,,,sn~ ...:C, US Choice Gfqped Slf.J uiee CMi. ornus Fr-&s. Sa.,en.,. D.s.l.q.n .. ChIcken~ wihYellow Sct.-. -C4 "Ci IMR ~iced Too I ..I ,"'el I W 150 SUITS REGULAR C S ti .t a. OUR FA M EX OU I .--

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!~Ww 1Ir~~ir ~W~1 U~IW~~WA~ ~ ww4wwnn uy~ WWWFT~'M~ ~ Plagiarizing GATOR DAYS 'TI ''( Lr I j [f tIk IhL .,nP }| h4 arii xA ~ i illju :ieii Ikir ') nIhn~te, wie V 1.-(haiie lI.,Is lon F re*-mh 4 ii th. outuorna of the c*nt. Cor wa reconvened because o( coniflis to oil thi part of the chan fl .llo rs rs to whether the de fendant w.s awatre of her offense at the time s h. wrote the paper. "1 dId It In such a hap-lhazard way, '4 don't ueven think I proof rpad the paper," she said. The court was adjourned for the last time with the defendwit still pleading guilty. Apologizing for the ercedingly complicaed nature of the case, Hichman explained in his final statement that the primary purpose of the Honor Court is to serve the student body. He said it was the opinion Of thM chancellots of the court That the defendWanna Be 'The UF Angels ane beginning their '04 -65 march on the campus. Thw. who measure fl may get their applications today at the Floflda Union desk. Applications must be returned there with a picture no later than Oct. 12. Final oclection of nUW Angoh Flight members will be determined by a military social and a series GET IT ACROSS 'a 2. -a With Gator Classifieds CALL UNIVERSI TY Wit.[ ,i h L( id t1 'it '.tueli. SPECIALS A 'ii t If the {oitrt ',uffleient tni mraqie in the "'Iowever, I think this whAV' busInaen should be liandledl In the itcidemdc uren's office ," he said. Heuson', he stated were that c&',es handled through the adrnlnistrative or college departments would bring "more uniform procidure and be handled by experIenced arid mature personnel." "I've had seven or eight cases of plagarism and for special reasons I did not turn them over to Honor Court," he said. "'This time I thought i'd do it a litti. differently." An Angel? of intervnewa. Prospective angels must be attractive and pe rs onable girls, B' 3" or taller, with at least a 2.2 average end an interest in the Air Force ii. 0. T. C. program. First trimester freshmen and l.t trimester seniors are not *liglbl.Appllcants musthave 'Tursday afternoons free from 2:30 to 3:3O p. m. PA TRONIZE GATOR ADVERTISERS Driving Rnqe U.S. 441 Mar11, OPEN Saturday all day b a-m. -8 p-Monday Thru Friday AND Sundayho 1pam -pm for 45 Pc. Melmoc Service for S RIG. 15.84 $1388 PLASTIC HAMPER RIG. Modern Decor POLE0P LAMPS REG. 5.44 $499 RUG Size 21x36 97' Boxed GREETING CARDS Get Well .ithday All Occasion 47' Pyr nsa 4Cp KEG. '.59 80' UNPAINTED DESK Only 6 REG. 14S4 $1099 Girls & Boys Reg. $33 to $39 SWIVEL REG. 19.95 $1688 LUNCHEON NAPKINS REG. 6k 50' you!! Woen' tec W Orn rtc KNjEE REG. 1.19 Pr. Pc.Size l8x2,7 METAL IMPORTANT PAPER PORA IL Hole PAPER 900 sheets 99' 10 ROLL 2 l Tiet 88' S Askttfor. 4r It v~ AT DOUG'S Dairy Twirl WEEKEND Flavor Special'

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SPE CI A L 8-00 PMv I-. 15e COAST Resarn 1720 West Urniversity Across From Campus Regular Hours 5:30 AM to 12:00 PM Anything this homely has got to be good. The VW a'otion Wagon may )ok shlly But I,' so sensible, I molkes all the oi hers h estored by chipping away 0I every sO'nt oLd ideo we couLd fend Hoods dndeit seem to be do' r nth 1us for exompte, so we don't hove One The engine s tucked in bock ereteo We saved on inch here ond on' *fochtor'c 9010 machine thot holds nearly twice wcVr3. wagons hold over a ton The VW holds people, ny 6 A out the middle scale! holds 6onywAy Pi oino You lkewindows?Trhere are2l Doors22hugeond3veryhuuy The VW runs for next to roth r,g ty hove togo ito hock For Life ,o bui re You lust con'? find onythmg~ fr. WoosZ merely for the sak e o f looks A S S F) I' ~2 AT THE STATE Mad World pm to Stoit ier h id. ,i.N id Wo Kunr'' i \eie, thing not ii let R" 'v. 'he t Ilm, Is I wild i melV which seeisri ave b,,,n tniude o:, the PrmipLi* thit if there re .notnh EbangtI pit 4't laugIhs, somt,' A T T HE FLORIDA And so Is DON FEDERMAN Movie fteviewer X lIlt hrock funm is nmoi titn 'LLp[N'Ii, fiii ISup[I5e is imirfect lellIber tPly Lie lm'( 1w skIllful blezid oh fnuh jicett stiles, Ctlnn. s n it Intend to tell sitm es ill i114Lrt mie>n hioS -.L nt11 I IS tote itI. Ihe lining thn ini eieme ,lie tliig ts sid Itself, f(vii work, of aT, mi tipeLiatedl i "Mutt," is C r is Flit Ce rnud, but It im, fCr it I, istet pfe s of lth.' te rll -111%mtey is ft it Is (lhjt1 iii st liii 1 intet red s titng t m m it Vo li 114 i k tnts Its Pi LW' Ire im.the thing LkQ gueit lii sir* but 150o dLiv it te hi re t le'rest. lit h uck. It his sel tie (rnm gctu~ oleepl C' I *v'i I tof tii'oedy. lhttthon Wlnter, p', roft vt!e sl.iptIrk scenm ii wtIIh he ccliplettly lev.s a gis 4t lat. Sltd v esir, Itxldy Ilicketi, MI I1ton i lie, le, Ethel Mermn adpila, li ISII v. r. mlmong with Winter, t ary th,' 'Marnie'l ittt .en scen we, timedeeit ,~I if tl) in ty tie thn. od the I e nrc pt 'til .tIy WH ly e ltttk it b it is li scien, In It I) mlir,), for 5,n 'ICs gil'it ii. feel tho,,' ti e folk whI tanl'l till prigrami without it p grit, "Millrn "ioflil) ( thnll e miI iit -~e TIIf stnk"ily p t ilige fi .wit n ter weddIng ttighI. Iii ether words. we nyv' the rikinig' of ast suspwens-e mlt1, but winoiing kjnowing lilt i uck. th eltis, *il be~ i IIth tionive e' if Mix ni's se,' uiingly iitexpuIain.bli fi igletity 2 .tlei Ih., just mniking nuh tI ngs ethylus, xnd thin pro. Seeing ii tell the entsuing Ntory, Mloru thin iieythunw, Hitch o~k is I wrlt t.s mov16 -mr, If wi $says: Go (,atr! 'St 4 4 0 I II. t C. V 4I-I--j~A$ I DOUGHNUTS K It', the "Tot 50" .mu-nilm -& COFFEE & >rved DAILY SPECIAL COMPLETE DINKY GOLD Recommended t.n gi ti, at k n in. U, jttelmpt t0 iip DI IOmldy tu i king car only prodluro w nl,'rous nehl Itrking sponitaoeity. Thus the ex Ie ,itnt of th. cha. of iirow.s the ,, ( rOr go ft nmas uwe), th i .un.o rtIes. And
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of Labor Sets NEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLD Door criIbiag h's tulI( pn 'ii $114 they "t aii tet-wvein the ,tudI,.it nd th thn idmnirii'ration,' Ueloirh sai r that he arid his stiff 411 on iall g from 1:30 to S p.m. every werk-day to deal with the needs and wi questions of the UF student body. p Service Is the principle job of Deloach's office. Bureaus and If committees 'overig such fields th as baby sitting, student employin menit, talent placement, and perOi sonal services have been organizmY ed, revamped, and expanded to meet the demands of the growing pr UF campus. Ur "We have enlarged the Student op Government Eniploymnent Office ft F ree Bus Rides Students will be the city bus free to part of Gator Days urday-. able to ride downtown as all day SatAll they have to do is pi their ITD cards, "We're glad to do this acquainted," Mr. Woodrow president of City Transit told Student Body Treasurer Lane yesterday. The buses will operate U a. mn. until 7:30 p. mn. this urday. The city buses Lenv resent t0 get Shaw, Inc., Fred romG6 *Sate for Policy !h[IIIV ImUIt *t riy try,. r N Gr iaji.ide I'I el n t or, *itt.4 iv ieekinig sitIuPJanv fr "The Personal Servires bureau ill supply complimentary lists of eopie who will perform various, ervires or will do It themselves possible," Deloachadded."Also e SG Talent Service is functionig to round up talented people (AmpIJUS and securing employent for them.'' 'The services and information provided by Deloach's office are ee and are open to anyone. Thie perating costs are paid from SG nds. for Students wntown every 15 minutes from 'ir University Avenue stops, acrdlng to Shaw. Theysisogofroan th Street to Downtown. Howeve,, students will have to ythe fare on the way bark and Il hot be allowed transfers while iveling downtown. Lane and Secretary of Student tivities, Drew Haskett, agreed it the free transportation to wntown will "no doubt assist greater number of UF students take advantage of Gator flays.", KennedyStudyComplete w ti.h us I. e I i I n m i gtuc(I Pi1 Larl W armi rident Siq ln' ~ MInuhron his report on 'hr assassination of President John F. Kennedy-. It will be made public it 6:30 p. m. EDT SundaiyWarren personally c atried the thick volume into the white House, followed by the sixother Co mn m is si on members. They conferred with Johnson for 20 minutes in the Cabinet Room and then posed for photographers. Johnson has said he will read the 70O-page report carefully and will take any action the commission suggests. It as expected to recommend-among other things-changes in security measures to protect the President. M inute man Up C A PE KE NN E DY (UP!)America's new ocean spanning Minutuiman-2 war rocket shot from its launching silo asmost exactly on schedule thursday arid scored a success on Its ML rah [(I'll tte,t rllght iryirel (tlr[Ijer senm tor pernTIts it to ,memrr,*several flight plains .md is equipped with a more powerful second stage that gives It a range of 9,000 miles-about 2,300 further than its predecessor, the Mnutemain-l. '65 Prices Even DE TRoIT(U Pl) -The Ford Motor Co. today followed the lead of Geveral Motors Corp. and announced it would hold the line on 1965 car prices. GM, the biggest of the automakers, announced Wednesday there would be no genera] price increase this year despite the fadt that the Industry is negcitiating the richest Ilor contracts in its history. Fire Runs Wild Santa Barbara, Calif.(UPI)-A giant fire burned out of control on a 10-mile front destroying an estimated tOO homes arid forced thousands to flee suburbs ringing this ocean front city. Eight firemen were missing (uitbreik yest, rdy irterintoi. >0we IOU bomis wo' tteiIeried by the (ire, one. f the worst in outhern California history, ad there was no end to the fire in sight. The U. S. Forest Service said the eight missing mnen were working to check a new spot near La Cumibre Peak tour miles north of downtown Santa Barbar4. Strike Blacked Washington (UP 1)-President Johnson yesterday blocked for at least 60 days a strike called for Friday against most of the nation's railroads. The PresIdent prevented a walkout by the Brotherhood of L oco mot ive F ire men and Enginemeg(BLFE) by creating all emergency board to ivestigate the dispute and to make settlement recommendations. The BLFE called a strike for this morning to enforcP, a demand for higher wages. Johnson acted after the National Mediation Board Informed him the strike threatenedto interrupt interstate commerce and essential transportation services. We Invite you to come in and get acquainted and look over our fine selection of BRAND NAME MERCHANDISE. Let us solve your sporting goods needs. I GOLF Clubs by MacGregor log' Carts B. fs Shoes (Men & Women) Complete Line of Accessories FOOTBALL Minature Gotor Jerseys Pants Shoes Sock, Helmets Shoulder & Hip Pads TENNIS Rackets Presses Dolls Shoes (by Converse Beacon Falls, U.S. Kids) Tennis Shorts (Men) Tennis Skirts (Ladies) Bermudas & Jamaicas BASKETBALL Backboard and Goal Sets Nets Shoes & Socks Basket Balls I I -4 0 t p ~1 I, 4? 4? 4 Q/6nA0zs7.c 6Q ____ 4? 4 2utntwc shirts for th "pun st" I tl'Esc!dL~h(.l 'ah4 smtr j~i, a '4 E u h ~ h r N o h e4 'it I, Ir>In~rfi tb ~Open Sec.

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ators or Invade A ggressiv Jackson e Battle r:' rit .:p. nm. tt'dn i thti a 4 tO play "one y4 the urcarCSli. teims rnth' a: t-~ C HCrenrce.' a ~flx~goach Ray Jra'.es. mer abC action, \ anderIt pI 'a uCOrci in Nash' tile; *KIeS Bear Bry ant's nii t NcbtII; Auburn andJlmrm n iJe ~ua e off against Tenien -., M plays a mr'-conferic .anst Rice at Hourston. jilt *~ good elfort that wur M g-ame, but not one thait% og to winthe nextthtee games, a~ves reported. .tst ot bUill Ce ta tvi.a "It', U trd to wit \%ft miake clippiinc pW'i ies C, It U, ire the things >t ite h,1 In lh it Ic-, rid these hi iii n U tu dc with tte defe I is lesat. 1e h, "Ikikw th, Li't typic i tithen and don't expe t anything sr fortunate for our gime this Wetkt'fd.' The BuHl Gitor is particulirI' iN THE WH IRLPOOL. BRUCE DUDtEY Assistant Spcrts Editor With thle depth the Florida Gators have this year arid performances gial to their first game of the season, the Orange and Elm' could evrltp the record books this year. Bruce Bennett and Joe Brodsky hold the record for rrott Intereptios in a single game at Flortda with three. Brodsky set a national mark with his yardage return of 162 eards for a pair of touchdowns ~alnst Mississippi State in 1956. DeWensive specialist Bennett led the Southeastern Conference In interceptions last year, and he'll be trying to keep the top position. Allen Trammell, Ken Russell, Dick Kirk. Jerry Newcomer and Steve Heldt are other G3ators who will be seeing a lot of action in the secondary. (ocht Ray Graves was worried about his secondary it the beginning of the yea, but Uf they continue to perform In the ,irme fi,,hion is they did with SMU, the Gators will stop some of the roted passers suh a Bulldog Don Edwards. Shannon, Spurrier Threaten Ani pssing record is In jeopardy with the Gators' double threat OfTom Shannon and Steve Spurrner. Bobby JoeG revn's punting record of42.3 for IOU kicks might not even be on solid ground with Spur1rir aMiiEj Seymour in the Gator lineup. CA i jurse all eyes, Including the opponents, will be on (ulibar k Larry lDupree this year. Durpee has an excellent oh mr C tO be' orrif he first All-America back in UF hlqtorv. Dupre. rIready Is the second leading rusher to ever wear the I0rNfge and Blue. He's si-cord tn Charlie HUTLInger .it 2,01 7 yaids. Dupee an also become the' iirsr Florir player t I rL all Olerpiw,. honors three times. The fullback w .s I unanl mirus Al1 I I" Gri Henry Gilmier of Alibimi., Their waleim'n ,'i E" fl d-4'1> latOr Defense Shines Ih a4tr defensive unit would aho uik. t6 st Som, reror 0.M -'tt U P tOugh sc hedule ahead it 'will be hir'I trj k&por,lrnt *n M ortng. li "kle Syd Mac ta thinks the Galors r in hns the bx'st Is i -nit ill Le SEC, and he should be the (jni to krno*. In 'ii ii in. Mjrl m n rde 10 tackles, thresf'I-s, rF;r Don iartgid.Brr B r 4n, C k a: ,'ni Mrphy snd ,yd f ila k I hr, mLddle e.n B U ichtkiurg, lIn.ba ke rs Jim BernIburdt and IHoger Petter or J ick Said, ind aset ondiry ofl~lrk Kirk, ler y New( mnt, Bruj.e Xennett Mid Alle n Tranmmell. Gators Pin Pinis Pratc Infria Feld U a t o r iimoved back Into the frrx nly surroundings of Florida Field yesterday to polish up their offensive and defensive game asslgnnmenti for the upcoming gifme Saturday night w~ iih MississipId StateIf spIrit ha. anything to di with winning ball g ames, the (,ators should win by 20 j,)Inth. lThw now fairrilliar ry of "No, ro (rand Jay"' echoed time after time in the almost empty stadium. Iiad (0Mbh Ray Gravis a.,d hr as w.*ll pleased with the w ty pr wlii e his been going this week. 'The boys have finally realized Just what they have t ut out for them jMd they have worked a tad is mly tea m could," Grasves saul-. "This is rie of the big ons. We realiir w' will hive to play mu, Ii bette r tiaan we ljid ag.inst s MI if w,, ire to win tis Ar. "We play fivi' ttenhs which ire suppAJseI to I. lbtter iia', us but w, think wi in t at fw if thpnm," Gravis added. You maght saa iiv COUR bak ti. thn. will SI) Al tre just giig 0o Lde t rrt Vs Ab. i tii ,. if Wariie jut of liie~ I ii, ii ,'.lat A"-. giorl sh1pe, recrsrd-wN.e, &hrn We fir. Mes'sipp-. DaIs of r iurwr if e drit hi v., ay iiwriaja injurie-s at som. kay ptisitioniL' jri~. saiud. "We ek,n' h.w' to' much aepti." fltoral Is g,'nbr al r ols. rwl t *o-p Iit und-r'y( by timw cx fT)r'oter .a I,., 1. Un r. iH.Ir t .,tA aj't 'titmer 'in i, '-I.1.-+ TOM SHANNON posses as Gators attempt to shaorpen pi Store game tom~ arm .au.litr.tIurAI p1*y get unwIr e tlds with thbJp-r 1111, rj.-jt' .or thrll K r nr tkor,. ty what .r aduals M a g.r Piul 1 er,.'as alJ.-2< 't. grvats, typount of tar,. a:' partIt-p stI t, se. i n lor.a tin-."' p.-r It* U .r-str' II k, .:.rimlar ii, a .,-r ard 'tr,. tht. aii.tii.a but apathrtU i i o I e s ti Q I. IIr h al 'it thi) gerts -nrntuInm, I'.'. ,,rI s' rie rn~ It ..ted it efibut mis timf. ita ujit.liev jib.'' gr r s. for a. ftr.trrnhty %et-up Ir, iItr ,mui~l Ir, U y var, I *JInra under pre$5u re pcss ng attack in $CrimmrIage for Mississiparrow nigrt Albert Predjis E very week we pay .vdM1 to Albert's pen and! ask him jugt exactly what Is going to happen In tOllflt football for the wee~kend. Last wnek he hit 1I out of 13 for .846 percentage. This wiek Altwrt has picked tome reugh ones %oLet'%%nhohrctfmsout. r lorida oner %i.sisippI 'late Thi. will 6. a totgh wne. rn.' touchdown or lts. Alabama over Tulane -LDuck s0o1. Army over Flogtw theg lblson Collgr carnt upe both Syr iCttse aid Army In 'v %UC cSsivv werk, -I hope. Auburn iver Teotrs,. -NO commen~rt iecrsary. Washington over Ten,,n%,d. fi.N Flu.kirs will b. fighting mail after last w.k, 3.2 lop to Air ? orrC. Duke over Virginia -Not close. I' lorida ,tat, over T ..-Thi. %huuld the a touh game for the ,emInLtjes. (,e otrglia fet h over M ijt ml Miami Is witing for %lra'. yrnsng Er brother t grow 4. lllirwei, o4,r < AltorTiIJ -r al fornia mull ipull iin Jptt --U prtOr ,1ze ad dbpth .b,.sld dM It fur liltaIs, honevr. Syracuse ouer Kansas -A lonuv. Syracuse will be sinking Neveg of last week's kms. Maryland oner Sauth Carolin. flhts ihoesd be stsrior speed Michigan Ofl tray bo many by tWn pIxfnb. MirhigaL. ,t. Uo.aNttoo s ckjs. Mn'ylannd'a should a, it. rAir Furce -Cooopliwuns Michigan overf WI. Nrnh CaroiMissIIp oner Kentucky Mbs.aiwp will be No. I--unil they meet the Uat,!,. Navy over William & Maty -NO contest. North ( .rullita St. over Clam ,Oii -Always a tkose game. 1>110 St. over S.M.L. -A low ,Vortng betie. penn St. ovw, t ..1 A. .E.,t ovyr Weit. Ptttsburg ',ver Or.gn -Ditto. 16cc ov.r I. .1. -.inle Alrert's upset ad the etk. Aklahoma u>ver So.*lern t. al Posile wset. Nor. LDamt, nvr Witroewin Another upnet if Not:. l).nwts nw coarh can brlng the tIghIVIII Irish ,om n. Iffe. lodayS bSneulb Will feature .s iang a Iii a for detendng 1th.l of t'I-t tur' i tit' intw at.All. ,o ah P. pi t! ftWOS I. wit ml ar, 4rendarng Murphr. lirer %4.rptr. A will 'pen r 1.1. her I. (trfla t.Jt .*'i *j'd wih ',pef 4p Sat' sib; Ifunr'% ItianmSee* ni re irdub. is a t A re. 42 Hn. T'Jkwru l I Field 1 eI v,. E &%t 4 H eld North I vs. t i Fld?7 aeer I n. Weaver 2 IbbId a Tulbtrn S n. NOut 4 1 1.1d I *eav'r 4 ,'. Tolberl 4 Feld I -o"h I -n**Wt' I "*'d '04.9 3 s. NoflIh 4 laIed 3 YUIbt:-. Atj, F Dorm Intramurais Begin

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Sec of Labor Sets NEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLD ~Open Doo it .i B ,'! ( B IL h ,tfi e.le iinig Iii. tiju[zt 2n Ii.wing tIe lil~illo bet WCIP the StUdenlt IINI thn adiinstritioi," I~eioach sai~d thnt he .and his still are on r all from I :30 to 5p.m. every weekday to deal with the needs and questions of the UlF student body. Service is the principle job of Deloach's office. Bureaus and committees covering such fields as baby sifting, student employment, talent placement, and personal services have been organized, revamped, and expanded to meet the demands of the growing UF campus. "we have enlarged the Student Government EifpJOymfent Office Free Bus Ride Students will be the city bnis free to part of Gator Days u rday. able to ride downtown as all day SatAll they have to do is present their ID cards. "We're glad to do this to get acquainted," Mr. Woodrow Shaw, president of City Transit Inc., told Student Body Treasurer Fred Lane yesterday. The buses will operate from B a. m. until 1:30 p. m. this Saturday. The city buses Ieive for Policy miiitte, is ',,.king 4tuitiuons 'r graduate stents." "The Personal Servites hurt ii will supply complimentary lists of jp ople who will perform various services or will do it themselves if possible, Deloach added. "Also the SG Talent Service Is functioning to round up talented people on campus and securing employment for them."' The services and information provided by tDeloach's office are free and are open to anyone. The operating costs are paid from SGC funds. s for Students downtowD every 15 minutes from their University Avenue steps, according to Shaw. They alsogotrom lath Street to Downtown. Howeve,, students wili have to pay the fare on the way back and will not be allowed transfers while traveling downtown. Lane and Secretary of Student Activities, Drew Haskett, agreed that t he f ree transportation to downtown will "no doubt assist a greater number of UF students to take advantage of Gator Days.'' KennedyStudy Complete A Wa. thligtoN I P[ -ike iiStI( I I Wit A rILL y,,terdiiy GIv ile i t J(hPnOI his commn i ion' exhaustive report on the vssasInatioii of President John F. Kennedy. It will be made public at 6:30 p. m. EDT Sunday. Warren personally cart i ed the thick volume into the White House, followed by the sixother c o m m is sI o n members. They conferred with Johnson for 20 minutes In the CabInet Room and then posed for photographers. Johnson has said he will read the 700-page report carefully and will take any action the' commnisslon suggests. It ,ras expected to recoinmend-among other things-changes In sectarfly measures to protect the Minute man Up C A PE KE NN E DY (UP!)America's new ocean spanning Minutsman-2 war rocket shot from its launching silo asmnost exactly on schedule thursday and scored a success on Its lii '~lii tuel pa kethi n irilpIIJet iptet .ySteml t i perTnuts it to mnemoritkesever il flight plins .and 1 ,equIpped with more powerful second stage that gives it a range of 9,000 miles-about 2,300 further than its predeces sor, the Minutemn~ -. '65 Prices Even DLTROIT(UPI) -The Ford Motor Co. today followed the lead of Geveral Motors Corp. and announced it would hold the line on 1965 car prices. GM, the biggest of the automakers, announced Wednesday there would be no general price increase this year despite the fact that the industry is neirotiating the richest labor contracts in its history. Fire Runs Wild Santa Barbara, Caluf.(UPI)A giant fire burned out of control on a 10-mile front destroying an estimated 100 homes and forced thousands to flee suburbs ringing thisoceanfront city. Eight firemen were missing udmeiui i kpp)'I Ii .'lie utire ik yest.i y ici nl,. ~ere by the fir,, one of the worst in Sotithern ('tlifornla history, and there was nt, end to the fire in sight. The U. S. Forest Service said the eight missing men were working to check a new spot near La Cumbre Peak four miles north of downtown~ Santa Barbar-Strike Blocked Washington (U P 1)-President Johnson yesterday blocked for at least 60 days a strike called for Friday againt most of the The President prevented a walkout by the Brotherbood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen(BLFE) by creating anl emergency board to investigate the dispute and to make The I3LFE called a strike for this morning to enforce, a demand for higher wages. Johnson acted after the Na-. tional Mediation Board informed him the strike threatenedlto in te r rupt interstate commerce and essential transportation services. CORE~ We invite you to come in and get acquainted and look over our fine selection of 3RAND NAME MERCHANDISE. Let us solve your sporting goods needs. GOLF Clubs by MacGregor lags Carts Ba lii Shoes (Men & Women) Complete Line of Accessories FOOTBALL Minature Gator Jerseys Pants Shoes Socks Helmets TENNIS Rackets Presses Sails Shoes iby Converse Beacon Foils, U.S. Keds) Tennis Shorts (Men) Tennis Skirts (Ladies) Sermudas & Jamaicas BASKETBALL Backboard and Goal Sets Nets Shoes & Socks Basket Balls I tLa.IiU., A. 1J2. 3b N N 4 O4AWi 4 / Lb 4) -I 4 /1 *5 4 4? 4 k 2uthtwt [shirts (fa thc "rist" "' F t Uol e the n

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for Invade Aggressiv LLrLJ.! tors Ii' aVt idlIet He rprt at 2 p. fl. ttjdty ewv to play "one of th. ~S Lk~res SIVO teams inithe ~denterri conference,"'acrdgt' Coach Ray Graves in ochef SEC action, Vanderpiiys Georgia in Nishvillw; ai tackles Bear Bryant's mamit Mlobile; Auburn and Jim m) square off against Tennese, irnd 1 4U plays a non-conferee against Rice at Houston. Ilt ws good effort that wor :SMC game, but not one that', .og to win the next three games," raves reported. IN THE WHIRLPOOL.bu o, twirip., Itar ts," sti L b.'g I, .1[I i th \l i p Stat. tdrtppiL as tiit 2 tr b Tex I t' ,, ir ho0 I 'lift L (0 rned-. "It's Iitrd tO WIm wht'I ita ( Sw fumbles. thrtw Iitertipt on aid mike clipping pelniltie, Oil tJUi Idown rs, Smu itUr w',. "ites. are tihe thig St ate idi in hL it lOSS ind they h~ id is m!ii i tri Ic with fth defe it p, lxai> es. "I know this bunt typic I if thiemT and don't expes t mnyitig so fortunate for our glmie this weekend.' The Bull Gator is partluuirly 4 N ciors Jackson e Battle Bulliul i t i K is .tIr o ioei it'rtl k IoLm inniot it ke I 1 ipr wicgiIkAl oe id nu i { k a t ry iluml ce. btse fe FL it ts edsI ui t milttiiw dm r 1tO l rreumt .ij H lir' prown t' t1ens murphy wi'id Ly ol I thewhl1 nide ''rd 11s 11 ha t .lt and rog I'eteor acko ard id st ktrd i tr tf 1)lk Kirk i Nkwoi ,t it k Aliminvtl 411( A e ll i' s Ea, it' s endI.n in scrimmage for MississipAlert Predicts -BRUCE DUDLEY Assistant Sperts Editor With the depth the Florida Gators have this year and performances ual to theIr first game of the season, the Orange anid Blue could .write the record books this year. Bruce Bennett and Joe Brodsky hold the record for most interceptions in a single game at Florida with three. Brodsky set natlojal mark with his yardage return of l6aeyards for a pair of toiichuowiS against Mississippi State in 1956. lkfensive specialist Bennett led the Southeastern Conference In interceptions last year, and he'll be trying to keep the top position. Allen Tramnmell, Ken Russell, Dick Kirk, Jerry Newcomer anid Sieve lleidt are oilier Gators who will be seeing a lot of action in the secondary-. (cich Ray Graves was worried about his secondary at tile beginning of the year; but if they continue to perform In the same fashion as they did with SMU, the Gators will stop some of the rioted passers *such as Bulldog Don Edwards. Shannon, Spurrier Threaten A Passing record is in jeopardy with the Caters' double threat Of Tom~ Shannon and Steve Spurrner. Bobby JoeGreen's punting record be4. for l00 kicks might not even be on solid ground with Spurrltr adh] Seymour in the Gator lineup. Of course all eyes, including the opponents, will be on tuilbak Lry Dupree this year. Durpee has an excellent 1han1Ce to beromi' 1b is All-America hack in UF history. Dpre. already is the second leading rusher to ever weir the IF Tge and Blue. He's second tn Charlie Hunsinger at 2,012 yards. upree arn also become the ix rs' Florid player t' rnI ill Lonferefict honors three tunes. The fullback w sa untimfl4U, A l I <4 eltIon the past two years. Pr.iou, players so honored were Shorty McWilli ims f \lissis iii'i st.t mcid Henry Gunmer of Alabama. Their select tins wile II ihi' id -4 s Gator Defense Shines Tb. C tor defensive nit would a Iso like to set sum" ricoris; kit P[the tough schedule ahead It will be hard to keep oi'pIo* itnu i Oring. Lentik i tke Syd Mac Lathk the G ators (.4,n have the buSt ditn il rit if the SEC, and he should be the oniM to knmow. In th 2u o, eICIrn made 10 tackles, threat assists, re' ove red one fuml.M 4tted lOWil One pass attempt. For his perftormanc., thi' lkOu-i I errWas named Florida lineman of the wevk. The defensive unit is also beefed up with [)erlnis \ltrfliI, till IChbtou~rg, Barry Brow,,, Lynn Matthews, (doubtful s t I LI Nta t id !T id the Gator linebackers Roger Pettee, lark ( ard, l'r n uri' I Li Tim Bernharde. If the defense sticks to ils ruT". wmEl 4 Pe M' ould fall. Dne Record Safe % re05rd is supe 11,1 var *t out (Ot I ir n' Icpv It'> Gators Pial Finish Practie In ori a Fil U at i, moved hack into the fri1 idly sur IoundIigs of F lorid a Field yesterday to polish up their offensive .md defensive game assignnmeits for the upcoming game Saturday night Witih MLssis -Ippi If spirit It' iriythIrg to di with wing bail g im'is, the dat&rs should will by 20 pin~ts. I'h, mow familiar I ry of "No, ini (rind Jay' ehoed timil, after time in the uinmost empty ,tadum. lIul1 fLa thil '''I. Gria', hAIAii Ttu', r t. i tE I, i. r Ine aeme. I rae Ail rfl rt oft.-! tt,ui dt unieriig Kr At'' iI*%rI't ehik ,MO Au I .e t>,,j', tre. ,ie tt tery week we pay a visit to AlberV'5 pen anid ask him Just exactly what is going to ha.ppjn in college football for lb. weekeri. l.,st week he hit II out of IAJ for a .846 peretage. nTis week Albert his picked somec rouh urie, so let' .e how Ii.comles out,. Siriub over Mississivpi Stile Ihis will bx. a tough on. & n,' touthdowml or less. Alabama. over T'ulane -Durk soup. Armly over Iloston (olhsge Boston College can't upset boIh Syricuise and A rmy In iwo %UC-. CI-sIve wveks --l hope. Auburn over Tenri*ssee -No commii, niic(4S N.j IV Wa.shlnglon over Teiilwnsee flit. liu.%klr' will be fighting marl after lait week N 3-2 lop,, to Aix I iji. I nk. ol VI rg mi -Not clone. I lord. St ate ov r T.( *1'. -fli'. should lhe .' tough game for th.' semiiioles. (,eoria fEstl 'yer Mii mi MI ini li. wi It lg for Mi ra' yaun 11 er brother to crow tup. Ilijiwis olter i alilorni~a -e .11 forrilj ouli lull il upset -'IDorm Ipr-o -i and d-pth--hould do it fin Illirnis, however. Syracuse over Kansas -A to.up. Syracus* will be seeking gevenge of last week's loss. Maryland oy.T South Carolina This should he cdon. Marylads superior speed should do It. Michigan over Air lore -CJontriry it, many opinions, Michigan by ten points. Michigan St. over North CaoUi -Not too sure. Missisiippi over Kentucky MIs,,isnlppi will be No. I--until they meet the Li tor,. Navy over William & Mary -No tilitest. North (tiolina St. over Clemson -Always a lose game. Ohi., St. ovwr S. M.tI. -A low Penn St. ofler U.<.l. A. -Es ,V.r West. ittsburgh 0 Vor ()r.5h'n -DIttto. Hire Ovr I.,, S. U. --tUncla, Alberts upnet of lih. nek. (Aktiloma over southern (a1 Noir. Iams iv.! WisconSin Ailoth.! tset ii Notre Itumn'. oew cnach casn bring the Fighting irish jolts rnew Utf. Intramurais Begin 114,rrm Ii, .u. lritr,,imura ley 4'mnlil 4 firg fr,.tbll r iijpItiron. This V' r's %< h,.el, is Ii~ak2 *114ha (,r,tuat,. Mimag.r I'.iul cimoulii of iiit.,esL liii lartitIpan win Ih it l'fnhl tirmi,% ''it.e g e guy lot paopl :,teresLI i ltormt hugs aFul as, at5 y" ic.' 1hmw,. that .rc.ni prii it jng irt dunly .r' div ring but .plit.tir i f'jtl',il 'lrcgTrIlurk ilJ s'ur riejit.ale inl Iaf44." \I.--rle i e I 1 "*~r~ of pi! 11w fer U.i Cr.ternclty %et-upv ii 'Ir emur iih tii ynat. "j think l'sI.y'a~ etldule will featur. startirg .r lion tor da.fenling til. h.,Id.,IS i Iwo at,' as. Souta IV ruE ,,it,,.t art'-, open,. up with Tol IN ri V smn ii.fendting MeurIplr. till. hcl.'-r Murphar. A will tsen Oup *,i h I It her I. (,rahmar ateaN 5,wiu. iiin will opien up Satcurdqy us will ifumni IlighianSectidol. lii,a ni a r %ci'ld'l In a I fillOw s: I oitntrl Aret North 142 vs. 1 olrt l Ii Id5 F'' 2 Vs. ftast 4 ? laid North V%. I atI Flekd 7 Weasver I vs. Weaver 3 FleWd S foltiert v. South 4 F 1.14 I Weaver 4 n. Tolbrrt 4 I ld 2 s"" 'vs"'-ver I "-el S south 3 v. North 4 laIed 3 Mutjiinr Ait, TOM SHANNON posses under pressure as Gators attempt to sharpen passing attack p~ State game tomorrow night.

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