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"Gators Prepare A Col- presentatives there and a hos- will present the Significant and the price Is $1.50 per South, It compares with any
leglate's World Fair," activities tess at their respectivebooths. Alumni Award to Thomas ticket. In the Nation. It Is the only
for Homecoming 1964 The college with the Fleming, Boca Raton busi- Reserved seats to Gator one that Is student co-ordin
picked up pace this week as highest percentage presentwill nessman. Growl Friday night are being ated." He added, "Many col-
the schedule of events this receive a $100 scholar- Stanton Sanson will receivean given upon request and 8,000 lege alumni officers look with
weekend was finalized.Homecoming ship grant from the Alumni award by the Alumni AssocIation tickets are expected to be amazement at the scope and
:, techni- Association.The for outstanding contri- given. student co-ordination aspect
cally alumni weekend, fea- program is slated for butions In the field of edu- Homecoming Is sponsoredby of the weekend."
tures an alumni reunion,8:30- 9:45 a.m. with a welcome caton. Blue Key.Alsobrook. Chairman of the alumni
10:30 a.m. Saturday at the from UF Pres.J.Wayne Reitz. From 11:00 a.m.1:00 p.m., co-c h a 1 r man, events Is Joe Marinelli; of
Plaza of Americas.Over 1,000 Following will be a speech by the alumni barbecue will be said, "It Is significant that the reunion, Frank Ferguson;
people are expected. football coach Ray Graves, held in the Florida Gym.Over while Florida has probably the and of the barbecue, Abbot
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57, No. 28 Univenity of Florida, Gainesville Tuesday, Oct. 13, 1964

'THE DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COLLEGE DAILY" -M



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V, Bulletin I MOSCOWUPD-The: Soviet Union him was a chess-playing Intellectual -
hurled the world's first passenger scientist Konstantln Feoktls-
MOSCOW, (UPI) Russia's space ship into orbit yesterday.It ; tov, 38, and boyish space doctor
giant "space bus"hurtled Into was a three-man sputnik that Boris Yegorov, 27.
its second day In orbit early Indicated a strong Soviet lead In All three aboard the Columbus
today while its three passen- the race to land a man on the moon. Day flight! are married men and
gers a pilot, a scientist, The commander of the guided fat hers.A 11 but the scientist are
and a doctor,took turns sleepIng "space bus" was guitarstrumming members of the Soviet Communist
and sending Information Col. Vladimir Komarov, 37, party. All three appeared In perfect
on the historic flight to Soviet who had been grounded previouslyby health In television picturessent
technicians on the ground.Student. an Irregular heartbeat. With back to earth and shown to
millions of Europeans
The Tass news agency Monday
BookedOn night confirmed television view
ers1 suspicions that the trio was
not wearing space suits Tass said
they ore light steel-grey wool suits

Theft Charge and met-head-phones.blue jackets "and white "hel

MEN'S INTtRHALL Council is shown finishing its Announcement of the space spec
plans for the 1964 Homecoming Ball to be held from tacular-man's 13th space flight-
Thomas Alan Hammer 2 UC, was arrested Sunday and booked
on brought joy to Moscow, congratulations -
8-12 the Hub. "The Hustlers"
Saturday at dance
p.m. charges of petty larceny in the Gainesville city Jail for reportedly from Premier Nlklta S.
band will be featured and admission will be free. stealing a homecoming banner from Cheryl's dress shop In the down- Krushchev and the United States

(Photo by Carolyn Johnston) town area.
He is scheduled to appear in Municipal Court today to face chargesof Tass quoted a visiting, French
petty larceny which could bring space scientist as saying, "the
PRESIDENTIAL RACE as much as a $100 fine, according fact that there are three spacemenin
to Frank T. Adams, dean of men. one ship will enable one or
Adams negotiated the defend- LettermenTo two of them to venture outsidethe
'Spotlight Barry NeverExtremists' ant's release from city jail late ship." Tass did not confirm
Sunday night.Hammer or deny this.
is also scheduled to appear The satellite called Voskhod,
Nuclear War in the Honor Court at a later SingThe Sunrise, was circling the earth
date for violating the section of every 90.1 minutes. Its path takesit
the Honor Code which concerns 295.0: miles away from earthat
the most distant point and as
WITH JOHNSON IN THE WEST stealing. Lettermen, one of the most
PHOENIX Ariz. (UPI) Sen. 112.5
near as miles.
Adams, yesterday, issued a gen popular
singing
groups on college
(UPD-Presldent Johnson said Barry M. Goldwater, admittedlyhurt
yes- U. S. space experts said Amer-
eral warning to the student body have been scheduled to
campuses
terday that it he is elected "the by the charge that he is ica's first three-man spaceship
not to steal homecoming decor- ,
at Fall Frolics Nov. 13
appear ,
spotlight of publicity will be "trigger happy, said yesterdayhe
an earth-orbiting model of the
ations which will be going up in according to the InterfraternltyCouncil.
turned on extremist groups suchas believes America "will never the downtown area this week. Appolo moon capsule, Is at least
the Ku Klux Klan and the engage In a nuclear war." two
from the launchIng
"Each year a number of UF Also appearing will be Bud and years away -
John Birch Society, which "have The GOP presidential nomineeat pad. The Saturn-ID rocket
students for thisprank'type
are disciplined Travis, a folk-singing duo and
Infected this the same time issued highly
country. venture,"Adams said. Negro Comedian Godfrey Cam that will boost It has yet to fly.
Johnson made the optimistic reports of both voter
statement ina
He warned students to be weary bridge. The next U. S. representativesIn
Butte, Mont., speech continuing and f1113r.ctalsupport for his cause.
space will be astronauts Virgil -
of the consequences of taking partin Tickets for the event, which will
a theme which he has been And he reported that his latest
I. (Gus) Grissom and John
any activities which they might go on sale a week before Frolics
in this week's western campaign polls "show us now over
stressing
regret at a later date. are 93.50 per couple. Young, who will pilot twoseaterGemini
campaign tour-that the United the 40 per cent mark In almost .... ---..-.----.......--------------.- -- capsule three times around
States must be "a nation of lovers, every ttate. As perennial "un 'De earth They havu been grounded
not a nation of haters." derdog" candidate, Goldwater said at least until February because
"I predict If I am elected that he expected to pick up the critical their spacecraft has not been finished
the extremist groups that have extra 10 per cent. New Leg Council .
infected this country-that the spot- Asked in a taped television Inter- American experts said. these developments
light of publicity will be put on view by NBC what has hurt him and the Soviet. achievement
them, and the Klan and the Birch most, Goldwater said: Sets Meet Tonight Monday could mean a Soviet
society and these others that "Well I think the repetition of lead of two to six years
preach bate, will have their robes the outright lie that I am trigger The Russians did not disclosethe
pulled open so the American peoplecan happy has hurt me more than any- The first meeting of the new fall Legislative Council passenger vehicle's size, Its
see who they are, the President thing. I believe the American people Is set for 7:30: tonight in the Florida Union Auditorium. weight or Its expected time In
said realize that the President The schedule for tonight's meeting includes the replacement orbit.
The President said yesterday doesn't declare war--it Is the | of five council members who have missed a number of meetings, Millions of Europeans watched
night he favors government actionto Congress." election of a new council secretary, and selection of a new the flying laboratory In action.
make a college education available Goldwater said that in contrastto meeting day. The concil will also vote to break a tie for an A live telecast showed Dr. Ye-
to every qualified Americanboy the administration's "fat cat" [ off-campus council seat between David Schull and Steve gorov putting engineer Feoktlstov

or girl even if their families business backing, the Goldwater- Brotman. through a neck-wrifglinf physical.The .
cannot afford it. Miller ticket was drawing "grass Some budgetary requests are also expected to come beforethe Tass news agency said the
Johnson promised to place education roots" financial support la excessof council. space ship was "orbited by means
"at the top of America's that given the GOP In 1960. He In addition, both parties have scheduled pro-meeting caucuses of a new powerful launch vehicle"
agenda" in a speech prepared for announced plans for stepped up and are expected to elect new council leaders and to organize at 10:30 a. m.(3:33 a, m. EDT)
a Denver audience:: near the conclusion television exposure In the coming .members for committees. It said it would stay aloft at least
of the western swing. three weeks ;- _-: :. _:.u ':_;-:-:.;:...:::::.T':' .:':'.'::h'.::;;_:'::'::, ,,:''i;', ':?' 24 boUI.Gators .



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Page 2, The Florida Alligator Tuesday Oct. 13, 1964

Elections SavedV.O.T.E.Kenned

Government s.J t



Forces RoutVie



Cong Student Body Pres. Ken Kennedy said yesterday he agreed wit
charges that "the recent Legislative Council elections saved V.O.TJ
Party from disintegration."
Saigon, Viet Nam (UPI) Viet- The elections saw Gator Party take a one-seat majority in thl
namese government forces routed : Leg Council. Kennedy.said he was glad to see the two-party syste
three battalions of Viet Cong Com- .. ."j"I'' on campus strengthened and explained,that the system lends contioult]
munists Sunday In, one of the biggest ,, : \ Government (SO) .., ..
I to Student :i.>';c":'&. _",w......... _.
'
and bloodiest battles ever u. activities.
fought in the Saigon area; it was "Of course, I wish we'd taken
reported yesterday. .' ; ... more seats. I'd rather have a clearer r
Military spokesmen reported at n majority in the Leg Council," Paes 1:1.
least 248 government troops and ... ",' :
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: .". : Kennedy said.
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guerrillas were killed or woundedIn "'':i.,.',.' "t"','''"''',":,' "'' ''c",",,',, .."'......,i"'i'.. '" 4K
savage fighting about 30 miles I', ." ,.",'',...,,,,..;..,, He said the outcome of the election -
northwest of this capital city. The '' .t'. ,.. ''.'.'. was due to the light turnoutand Take in
casualties Included two UJ5.Army to the fact that V.O.T.E. Par-
advisers killed In a mine explosion. f ;i:' bloc held well
fraternity
'! ); ty's up
Three deaths were reported Sun 1f0' '; f ff;;! in the off-campus contests. $ 500
day.About 4 '; I Kennedy predicted marked
50 more Vietnamese changes in the Leg Council this
troops and Viet Cong guerrillas _.... fall.
I
Dollars for Scholars!
were reported killed or woundedin
scattered clashes throughoutSouth rogram netted $500 from!
Viet Nam during the past THE FLORIDA String Quartet will present a concert "Non-functioning committees will e sale of campus pacs
24 hours. be abolished. We have no room for recently, according to Bill
deadwood in any area of SG," he McBride, chairman.
The battle took
biggest place
tonight at 8:15 p.m. in the University Auditorium.From .
Dollars for Scholars!
about 30 miles northwest of Saigon said.Kennedy's
early Sunday when at Viet Secretary of the Interior Is a matching loan fund.'
Cong force estimated at three Marty Schwartz, described the between the university and!
left
are Edward Troupin, and Ina Claire Forbes,
recent elections as "technically the federal
battalions, or about 1,500 troops, government.]
attacked two government positions. smooth." For each dollar the university -]
The Communists broke through puts Into the fund,!
violins Robert Schieber viola and Marie Henderson
; ; ,
defense perimeters five times dur- Schwartz said thorough advance the government adds nine!
ing the savage predawn battle but preparations and careful organization times the amount. ,
were driven back with the help of violoncello.The made election day go withouta The campus pa c s sold !
artillery and aircraft. hitch. this trimester were "left-!
Two fresh Vietnamese battalionswere overs" from the sale of
called up to pursue the Communists last year, which brought
and another battalion was BYURA in $1,350 for the fund. Two j
moved up In reserve. When this hundred pacs still remain.
convoy passed over a road about These pacs will be on sale I
two miles from the scene of battle, during the Dollars for
End Cabinet AskedSee
a hidden terrorist set off a land to Post Scholars Week, McBride]
mine under a jeep carrying a bat- said.
talion commander and his two Dollars for Scholars ]
American advisers, killing all University Religious of the authority of the Secretaryof Affairs and redefining its author- Week is designated for Oct.
.three. __ Association (URA)unanImous- Religious Affairs and of the ity, and eliminating the position 31-Nov. 6, according to]
TTJJI1
ly voted to recommend the abolish- president, and to facilitate a more entirely and providing no alternate McBride.
Clerk Begins ment of the position of the Sec- useful and practical relationship plan.The The actual Income from!
retary of Religious Affairs and between the URA and Student Gov- proposed recommendation the sale was lOOObutthe|
StompingHonor to urge that the President of the ernment. requires an amendment to the program had $500 in expenses
Association be made an automatic Two alternative proposals for Student Body Constitution.Further (cost of the pacsj
Court Clerk Steve member of the Student Body Presi- resolving the problem were expressly action is now required by SG sold), McBride said.
Cheeseman will begin dorm dent's cabinet Sunday. rejected by the URA cab- to put the amendment on the next

stomping through men's residence The recommendations were inet. They included keeping the ballot. ...__ ._n__ _
halls tonight In an effort to spread made to eliminate the overlapping position of Secretary of Religious
better understanding of the Honor

System. The University Of Florida
"The key to the success of the
Honor Sysytem is student understanding -
," said Cheeseman.The What's (SftjU New in
Honor Court clerk will begin
a two-night stomp tonight at nine 4OI EiS; rigNow :
in Hume Hall. lithe venture proves
successful, Cheese man plans to The Browse Shop
enlist the help of the Honor Coun-

cil Speakers Bureau and contact SONS AND LOVERS..D.H. Lawrence Available off-campus
"virtually every male resident on

campus."The "'stomp' resembles those RENAISSANCE READER . ed. by James Ross r
used by political campaigners In
the spring, but is Intended onlyto
explain the functions of the ERASMUS OF ROTTERDAM . . Stefan Zweig
Honor System," said Cheeseman. -

Cheeseman plans to go from .. .. ,
room to room answering questions PORTABLE PLATO..ed by Scott Buchanan ......
about the Honor System and explaining be
the duties of the officers ,
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Tuesday, Oct. 13, 1964, The Florida Alligator I Page 3


Students Must J IJIll
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Give AddressesMany rmlllilllUllllllf Cam;pus News Briefs .1 S



students have failed to register their exact residence addresseswith

the Off-Campus Housing Office, according to Frank T. Adams, Peel MeetingThere Students for Barry Photographs
Dean of Men.

"Post office box numbers do not provide enough information for will be a very Students for Goldwater will DisplayedThe

us to contact a student quickly In case of an emergency. We need to special meeting (aren't meet at 7:30 p. m. in the Fine Arts Committeeof
know the complete street addresses," he said. they all) of the New Orange Florida Union. Plans for Homecoming the Florida Union has
The new university regulations governing student conduct and Peel today at 4 p.m. in will be discussed. arranged a display of photo
student residence off-campus, which went into effect Sept. I of this Room 15 of the Union. The graphs taken by UF student,
year, require each student to give his exact campus living addressat featured talk will be on William L. Hardy. The photos
the time of registration. Violations may subject a student to disciplinary the plausibility of a second 4-H Club to MeetThe include a series taken along
action. issue. No refreshments Collegiate 4-H Club will Highway AlA the day after Hurricane -

"If we ever have to notify a student of an emergency in his family will be served. meet Thursday at 7 p. m. at Dora and will remain:

or any other emergency situation, we cannot do it without the proper the 4-H Club office,immedlatlysouth on display this week in the
information. It is in the student's best interests for him to be certain Alpha Kappa Psi of the Dairy Science Lab. North Wing Gallery.Engineers.
that we have his complete address," Adams said.

Alpha Kappa Pal, profes-
sional business fraternity, will
Debaters HearUnemployment tour the J. Hlllls Miller Health Drill Team to MeetThe
A meeting of the American
Center as the guests of the
Billy MitchellDrtll Team Society of Agriculture
Director of the Teaching Hospital -
TalkThe will report to the team officeat
Engineers is scheduled Nov.
R. L. Jordan. All Inter-
ested In hospital administration 12:30 p. m. today in boots, 12th at 7 p. m.Faculty.
uniform, and full whites for a
at the debate tournaments that
and health are invited to meetat
UF Debate Society will hear parade in WU1ston.Students .
Dr. William M. Fox, professorof the UF Debate Society will attend 7:30 tonight in the cafeteria. DinnerThe

industrial relations and man- this year. Faculty Club will serve
This weekend the debate society Business Dames a dinner for
agement, speak on unemploymentat members and
its weekly meeting tonight at will be represented at the Uni- for LBJ guests Saturday night after the

7:30 in Room 331, Tigert Hall. versity of Kentucky Thoroughbred Business AdministrationDames Homecoming game from 710p.
Students
for Johnson
Tournament group
InLexingtonKentucky. -
Fox's speech will explain some will have a meeting at m. Reservations must be
will meet tonight at 8
UF students participatingare p. m.
of the Issues taken Into consid- made by Thursday with the
the home of Mrs.Donald Hart,
in Room 208 Florida Union.
Elizabeth Drosdlck, 4AS, Fred
when debating the topic of Food Service, Extension 2561.
eration 2217 S. W. 3rd Pla. at 8 p.m. Plans for Homecoming will be
Helllnger, 2UC, Michael Kaplan,
unemployment. Wednesday.
4 2UC, and Jeremy Gluckman, 2UC. discussed.
The debate topic selected for
Debate trips have also been Blue
Key
this year is: "Resolved that the BabysittingApplications Dames MeetsThe
scheduled to Mercer University in
shall establisha
federal government
Macon, Ga. October 30-31, and to Applications for member-
program of public work for the Emory University in Atlanta, Ga. ," ship In Florida Blue Key, are now being Arts Sciences Dames

unemployed.This on Nov. 5 and 6. honorary leadership taken for babysitters by the will meet tomorrow at 8 p. m.
_is the topic to be discussed_ '.: fraternity, are available now SG Babysitting Service. Anyone 'at the home of Mrs. L. E.

at the desk of the Florida Interested in applying should I Qrinter, 2256 N. W. 14 Place.
Union. Deadline for contact the Personal Service Mr. and Mus. Clyde Brannon
<<
FOLKS ". submission of applications is Bureau, 309 Florida Union,Mon- 'will speak on "Analyzing Your
Thursday, Nov. 6. day-Friday from 3-3 p. m.BiologyCoordinator. lIand-WriUnr."


Many of the reasons for Odetta's m&W .''li"i'':l'/'l.lt! D.:! a i'R;_: : 'i'IG:ITmI'j.:; : n [h"I' 11.1:.:I'lI'j'r..L.: : ":f'Il..j'iTIl"

acclaim by knowledgeable folk I

1IjNt music fans are evident in Needed.

her latest Dynagrooye album.

Here-in a cross-section of 12SEMINr"
A director of biological sciences Senate. don't find in other colleges.
D. great folk songs-her pure voice is needed by the UF, according to Over 73 per cent of the College "We have M many researchers

e and emotional power extractthe M.A. Brooker, dean of the College of Agriculture staff works most of off-campus ason-campus. There

essential meaning of such of Agriculture. the time at one of 20 agricultural are county agents 66 of Florida's
and wellas The new position was created by experiment stations throughout the 67 counties, and each of them holds
"Troubled"
ballads as "Wayfarin1 Stranger" as
the University Senate at Its June state and teaches: only a few the rank of assistant professor at
the humorous flavor of "Proggy Went A-Courtia1" and session. The Job will entail coordInation classes' said Brooker. the UF."

"Sea Lion Woman." If you could own the albums of just of biological departments "We (College of Agriculture) The new director of biological

one folk singer, Odetta is the one you should choose.RCAWTOR& in three colleges. have the biggest proportion of sciences will coordinate the departments
Brooker said he hoped to use graduate students enrolled ((43 per of botany and bacteriology -
much of the space in the $12 cent)," said Brooker."Instructionis ; College of Agriculture zoology -

million biological sciences building more expensive in our college; College of Arts and Sciences,
to be completed by the summerof we have small classes, and 80 which is presently called department -
1968. The building funds were per cent of our professors have of biology and microbiology
also appropriated by the University doctorate degrees, something you College of Medicine.






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t EDITORIALS:
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I \ Le o ..

f; The"- Legislative

( Is proposing some
committees are being
for possible
I The committee
some time, been
over-worked, while
The present actions
N4EW
smoothly operative
will always seek to COUNCIL
Government (SG).
The planned "
Secretary of
be a logical and
student Interest In
the offices of SG and


of open Council Too"regular"arms.often during In Its ] (>/( It' I


r I many other
I premise of "the ;
of SG would do well it should, will and MUST.The Alligator functionsas
and to follow Its I the main organ communication. of this
We hope In the : campus. If there are things "wrong' with SG
a truly (and surely there are--no government is Infallible -
I and serving truly as ; ) then the paper should make the people
aware of It. No form of government can function
and survive without criticism. I believe it was
John Stuart Mill who said, "If all mankind minus
A social fraternity one, were of one opinion, and only one person
f Its pledges by IK were of the contrary opinion, mankind would
According to the IFC be no more Justified In silencing that one person,
I taken which J than he, If he had the power would be Justified
) embarassment or In silencing mankind." Surely this is the basis
I
From the action of of our democracy and surely Walker Lundy
Incident and that through the Alligator, or any other means,
hope this Is the case. should criticize those things he objects too.
died as a tradition of ;
dead. Gainesville."I
Social fraternities Mr. Richman Certainlyyou
you are so wrong.
which they are have a right to your opinion but to lash out
unrestrainedly, without cause and totally

f: !:{@@ m 1m 1 ;m1; 1 ; ; ; ;; ;; ;[11j; ;: ; m :; Intellectual irrationally,capacity not only but brings really doubt makes as me to wonderas your

to your ability to hold your esteemable
position. Do you do this to your honor court
"Life Is the art cases? I presume not. I hope not.
sufficient premises."


You have no basis for your charge and I
think you would rise considerable in my esteem
(and I believe that of the student body) If you
would withdraw .your charges and admit you
were wrong.
.
The ..
''f'. :
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Served ; ? Say So' I



Editor. . taking sides. The Alligator could have presented
Managing Editor. both sides of the questions often and in a good
Executive Editor. place in the paper. Certainly, there are more
Assistant Managing interesting things to read than constitutional
Assistant Managing amendments, but If the student body wants the
Editorial Page right to complain about SG then It should take
Sports Editor. the time to know what is going on. Under
City Editor. ordinary circumstances, too few people do this,
Campus Living but even fewer do It when the newspapers fall

Editorial to give adequate coverage.

Castello, Ann
Ullman, Ernie Lltz (
I voted against the amendments, but I have
Reporters -- Ed sympathy for the other side. Most students who
(Student Government took the time to vote on the amendments voted
Waldorf, Sharon for them. Why should I be concerned about the if
Shepard, Lee failure of The Alligator when It seems that
Mossman, Bill more people had voted the amendments would
Kennedy, Marilyn : have passed? Simply because I can foresee the
David Ropes, Terry Alligator doing the same thing for an Issue I am
Brown, Jeffrey in favor of passing.It's .
Schneider, Greg Seltz

THE FLORIDA I
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except during May, time The Alligator quit fighting SG
weekly. Only child-like terms. If The Alligator Is acalnstsomething
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Alligator. Columns -_ say sodon't take the easy
The Alligator Is out by saying "hands off," and then trying to
States Post Office: at defend Itself when accused of Irresponsibility'
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I Goldwaterism Is It A Passing: Phenomena ? I

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RON SPENCER
Executive Editor

What Is Goldwaterism? Is it a passing the presidency, and that Is to weld together the Is audacious--as It pretends--only in Its refusalto
phenomena or a living, breathing credo witha various voices of discontent..regardless of how be lucid."
past, a present and a future? minute and unrepresentative they may be..to But, Is In fact the movement searching fora
Goldwaterism as a term has appeared on an extent that a death blow Is dealt to Johnson's real program? believe not. It seems
the American scene only recently. It is a electoral chances. By virtue of this political rather an emotional response to the perplexities
curious conglomeration of political beliefs, necessity Goldwater is left with but the bare of today, an undefined thing of shadowy purposeand
vestiges of the past, hopes for the future and bones of a real policy. He Is attempting to program. It Is rambling along, stirring up
bits and pieces of diverse political doctrine.It Isolate, then weld together the many voicesof sound and fury, In search of votes but always
represents diversity at Its worst. discontent. It has been said before that Lyndon attacking something without, In the majorityof
Goldwaterism, as Newsweek columnist Emmet Johnson presents an Image of "all things to all cases, offering better alternatives.It .
John Hughes has said, Is "for victory and people." Goldwaterism seems to be a practical Is dissent for the sake of dissent.
freedom, family and frugality, Almighty God attempt to first find, then align every major Consider for a moment the legislative abilitiesof
above and grass roots below. Evangelically, potential source of discontent In America-- the two presidential candidates. Johnson was
it Is against vice and defeat, however diverse and unrelated they may be--the elected In 1948 along with several other members
Moscow and Peking." direct them behind the guiding force of o of the "Senate New Guard" which is now so
One might be tempted to Goldwater. prominent. He was majority party whip by 1931,
add that it is against many Goldwaterism becomes then a panacea for and by the mid-fifties had assumed the awesome
things, for few. It the wrongs and injustices In America. Thus.lt responsibilities of the Senate Majority Leader.
is basically discontent person +wt+a is not at all surprising that Goldwater receivedthe All of this came as a freshman senator.

i fie d. Discontent at rabid support of the segregationists, even
what? It doesn't really though he must be classed among those who Goldwater, on the other hand, "arrived" In
seem to make a great deal prefer Integration of the races. 1953: fresh from the Arizona political wars.
of difference. Gold- As Hughes said,Goldwaterism is"a movement In the 11 succeeding years, he has not once
waterites are a diverselot whose philosophy has barely progressed beyonda been paramount In the passage of Instrumental
discontent at(1)growth SPENaR'" bizarre set of self-cancelling propositions" bills which have aided the nation. There have
of centralized governmentIn Inconsistencies abound. been no "Goldwater bills." He has consistently

( a nation where everything else Is growing Just what is it then? What Is this "ism" voted against legislation supported by a majority
by leaps and bounds), (2) resulting loss or which has captured the hearts of millions of of not only the Democratic but also the Republican
deemphasis on states rights, (3) no forseeableeasy Americans and the minds of other millions. parties. Where there has been consensus,Gold-
and quick victory in the Cold War, (4) Does it have my real meaning, or is It merely water has always been on the dissenting side.
legislation attempting to erase unequallty spon- mood? Negativism has been his key word and

sored by racial prejudices, (5) excessive taxes, "It Is," Hughes said, "a movement in searchof retrogression his trademark.Goldwaterism .
((6) the growth of welfarism, (7) crime and a program, a mood in want of a doctrine, It to me in a great part Is
lawlessness on the streets, especially in relationto Is unresolved passion and uncommitted power.Its synonymous with negativism.. As such, it has a
the so-called civil rights backlash, and (8) speech is earthy, but Us substance Is definite place In America, (Aspirin Age) but
unethical actions In high government places. watery. It Is tolerant--as it professes--only In that place, I firmly believe, Is not the White
Goldwater has only one real chance to capture its Indiscriminate welcome to all recruits. It House.
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'Moral Responsibility'EDITOR ; {g D: : 1jfATo1 > .


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While I respect the basic moral and Intellectual -1\II1IES\
responsibility to which the Honor System appealsand
embodies in its constitution, I also recognizethat IlSELlIIIFREE
these responsibilities are more basic to
some than others.In .
some of the military academies in the e'v r
United States for Instance, you can leave your
books in the hall or library and you can leave f TOCOLLEGE
your door open where you live. At the UF I
would heartily suggest that you not try this. It
would certainly brand you as foolish to say
the least.
Why should this moral and Intellectual responsibility c r+
of which I speak, and which the
Honor Court holds so high end at the examinationroom
door where a student is taking a chemistry WATCH FOR OUR REALLY BIG HOMECOMING SPECIAL STUDENTSIt
examination? Does it stop when students A R
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aggregate In bathrooms during tests to r
assimilate rather than eliminate? Should the ,1
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themselves from reporting violations of the your lift-tht/ career you choost for
Honor Code on the grounds that the "System" yourself when you graduate Before
you decide, fet the answers to these
Is the prevailing order? Is it such an insultto 5 questions:
the System or the student to have at least 1.Which career'field produces
one Instructor in Walker Auditorium while 200 % ouR HoME -BAIED corporation presidents than any other
students are taking an examination? I say NO! 1. Which career 'field offers 100,000new
I am suggesting a more realistic adaptationof .:: openings, nut year and every year
the System to Include this responsibilityon LISA t4t 'for the next ten years?
the part of students and staff in all phasesof I. Which career 'field, 'lets' you make the
best use of' all college training,
your
university life while the instructors pickup
including. 'liberal, .arts courses?
their switches which were most effective in / THB HiT\ )
the old red schoolhouse long before they ever 4.What starting salary can you expect
in this career
went to school.
OF THE I. Does this career offer you security

T. J. Sprinkle :fCouldn't You can get the answers to these questions
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bag, putter. Sacrifice for $60. weekend. Will pay any reasonable heavy rains Into south Florida, The Miami Weather Bureau meas-
Don, 2-1091. (A-28-3t-c). price for clean place.Phone 26327or '57 FORD, F-500, T-Bird spec. Cuba and the west Bahamas yester- ured 1.5 inches In less than five
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$600. Call 376-6921 after tropical depression was held
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equipment trailer. $600 or make large rooms and private bath with western tip of Cuba and was kept

offer. Call Mac McCardell 372- two students. $33.33 per month. 1957 CHEVROLET 6 cylinder, from growing Into a tropical storm Hurricane hunter planes, keepIng -
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St-c). (C-23-tf-nc). call 372-4876 or FR 6-5168. (G- still over the Florida Straits. depression, said It showed no signs

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r Lost & Pound 'I. LARGE SINGLE ROOM for male 1959 CHEV. IMPALA 4dr-ht., red tomorrow, forecasters said. about The 600 depression miles southsouthwestof was centered

l student, 1 block from campus. Hot and white, V-8, power-glide, PS, Reports from Havana indicated Miami. Forecasters predicted It
and cold water In room. $37.50per
R&H, WSW tires, clean. $850. that hundreds of persons on the would drift very slowly northwardinto
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Dancing Lead MosconiTo
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Billiard Championship



BRUCE DUDLEY
Assistant Sports Editor
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BRUCE DUDLEY His parents trying to make a
Assistant Sports Editor"Glve'em dancer out of him started Willie
of ItI er
is
Hell Gators. We're with you all the way!" Mosconi on his career as world's + .SM f +
This was the slogan written on leaflets which were dropped on the pocket billard champion.
UP campus from a light plane last week before the Ole Miss game. "The first billiard table I ever
Many students will remember a similar Incident last year. Before played on was at my uncle's dance
the Alabama light plane "Beat studio" Mosconi told fans after
game, a dropped leaflets reading,
Bama. It CAN be done, It SHALL be done." his exhibition Friday night. "They
These leaflets were signed Fans Who Care. Last week's sky wanted to make a dancer-out
messages weren't signed but could well have been the work of the of me."
'same group. "I started playing when I was
Whatever the story Is the message sent via air really seem to 16," the gray haired Mosconi said.

do the trick. If this Is the Gators' secret weapon, the secret printers "In our town we had great playersand ( A
their In the air for the rest of the
better get plane up season. we learned from each other."
However, the Gators should do well for the rest of the season even The billiard artist Is from Atlantic "
If the letter bombs don't continue. The team's spirit Is high and there City, N. J.Mosconi.
seemed to be plenty of fans who cared at Florida Field Saturday.The laughed when asked if
Gators now only have to get by South Carolina's Gamecocks to his parents minded him going to '
travel to Bear Bryant's den undefeated.The tide just might get washed pool halls. "We always had table <
.up two years In a row. Too bad Bryant wanted Florida for It's homecoming ii
at home, he said, "and besides
opponent. It could spoil Alabama's reunion activities.
they had some of the most gorgeous
However, the Gators have to get through their own homecoming pool rooms there were. They had
before thinking about Alabama.The 40 to 50 tables. They weren't ,

Gamecocks managed only one victory In 1963 and have yet to dumps." WILLIE MOSCONI machine guns balls before packed
win this year, but they can't be taken lightly. The South Carolina "I played terrible," said Mos- house in Florida Union.The I
team Is physically strong and experienced. With nothing to loose, coni, of his demonstration at the
they will probably> try anything to get on the Scoreboard Saturday. UF. "Those lights liked to kill billiard champ said the Mosconi said the Idea -of new
Florida will naturally have a let down after humiliating Ole Miss, me tonight. They were too high." touring was getting to be chore" shaped tables was nothing new.
but they should be up to handling South Carolina before the alumni Mosconi said he sometimes for him. "I don't enjoy It like I "I've played on oblong and diamond
crowd. thinks out his shots a whole used to," he said.. shaped tables. I even played on a
The Gators have certainly proven they are capable of beatingany frame ahead. "The most I've ever Several of Mosconl's followers table with 12 pockets."
team .on the Southeastern Conference's "toughest schedule." run in a row was 526," he said. questioned him about the new round Mosconi said he felt Ralph
Now the trick Is to follow through. The billard champion has made shape tables which have been Introduced Greenleaf was the best pocket
Florida's first three victories have certainly been Impressive, most of his living expenses over In the last couple of years.> billiard player he ever saw. His
but the Gators' final record for the year should even be more Im- the pool table. Mosconi said he had The conventional pocket billiard advice to the rookie billiard playerwas
pressive. odd Jobs as a boy and worked In table Is a rectangle with six to get his own cue stick.
Pass defense, pass protection, blocking, pass receiving, kicking, a defense plant during the war. pockets.
etc., etc. Everything went perfect for the Gators Saturday. "Now that I'm getting the easy "I hate like heck to knock the
Many fans will pick out their Individual stars of Saturday's upset, money you know what I prefer," table," said Mosconi. "But I don't
but the real star was the Gator :as: a whole. If the teamwork continuesto Mosconi laughed. The most the see much sense to It. There's one
click so should the victories.And billiard champion ever won for a place that you hit the ball and It 1 a5tCollc
the fans will continue to say, "Give'em Hell Gators. We're single game was $8,000. always goes In. You get tired of
with you all the way!" Mosconi explained that once a taking the ball out of the pocket."
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player becomes famous he
can either tour for a manufactureror

Ji SEC Scene Cluttered a set arrange fee.Mosconi. his own exhibitions at WOLLENSAK AND REVERE

makes tours for the New
Brunswick Co. He left Gainesville Tape Recorders
With/ Upset VictoriesWhile / at 1 a.m. Saturday to drive to
Jacksonville and catch a plane to GAINESVILLE'SDIRECT
Miami where be put on an exhibition
most UF fans are still Auburn gained a costly victory at 2 p.m. FACTORY DEALER
In a daze over the Gators brilliant Saturday as they beat Chattanooga
victory over Mississippi, other 33 to 12. Star Tiger quarterback
action did take place In the South- Jimmy Sidle, dislocated his left
eastern Conference (SEC) over the shoulder and will be out for at North Central Florida's largest SelectionOf

weekend. least two weeks.Ironically,Auburn Cards AheadNEW Recorders Supplies Scotch Tapes
L.S.U., which like Florida, had could not move offensively with
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two weeks vacation due to Hurricane Sidle in the game, but with sopho-
Hilda, romped to a 20 to 3 more quarterback Joe Campbell YORK (UPI) Tim Mc- COUCH'S 608 N. Main St. FR 67171Surprise
victory over North Carolina Satur- The Tennessee Volunteers, behind Carver blasted a three-run home
day night. Playing before a Baton the brilliant passing of run In the 10th Inning Monday to .
Rouge crowd, the Bengals got most quarterback Art Gallffe nipped give the St. Louis Cardinals a 5-2
of their scoring punch from flanker Boston College 16 to 14. Galiffe victory over the New York Yankees SurpriseWE
Doug Moreau. Moreau kicked two drove Tennessee for 63 yards at and a lead of three games to two
}f' field goals and caught an 18-yard the beginning of the third quarter in the World Series.
touchdown toss from quarterbackPat while completing five straight McCarver connected for his
i Screen In leading L.S.U. to passes. game-winning drive Into the lower HAVE OTHER FOODS BESIDES
." Its third straight victory this Georgia scored two touchdownsIn right field stands off Yankee relief
season. the first half and then turnedon pitcher Pete Mikkelsen, after Tom
>' Vanderbilt, relying on the the defense to defeat Clemson Tresh of the Yankees had sent
'f educated toe of tackle Dick Lemay, 19 to 7. Bulldog quarterback Lynn the game Into extra Innings by K.C. STRIP STEAKS
beat Wake Forest 9 to 6. Lemay Hughes led them to their first vic- hitting a two-run home run with
accounted for Commodore scoring tory of the year with some great two out In the ninth inning. andLONDON
f with three field goals In this Satur- running. A crowd of 65,633 saw fire-
day night contest. Fleet sophomore halfback balling pitcher Bob Gibson of the BROIL
: ,., Alabama played the entire Marcus Rhoden led MississippiState Cardinals strike out 13 Yankeesand
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Two teams of the UF Fencing Costello Trophy. This Is the third McCarver's blast provided a And Butter You WantLARRY'S
Club participated In the annual year the UF Fencing Club won the dramatic windup to a tensely-
open foil team competition for the Costello Trophy. played game and moved the
Costello Trophy. The Tournamentwas Members of the number one team Cardinals within one victory of
sponsored by the Jacksonville are Timothy Reed, Rick Kroop, their first world championshipsince WONDERHOUSE
Larry Groover and Ellen Curtis. 1946.Following.
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.3 Government Force Vilet Saigon, V E V s Rout Cong Let Nam, (UP!) -Viettnamese government forces routed three battalions of Viet Cong Comntnunists Sunday in, one of the biggest and bloodiest battles ever fought in the Saigon area; it was reported yesterday,. Military spokesmen reported at least 248 government troops and guerrillas were killed or wounded In savage fighting about 30 miles northwest of this capital city. The casualties included two U.S.Armny advisers killed i a mine explosion. Three deaths were reported Sunday' About 50 mnore Vietnamese troops and Vlet Cong guerrillas were reported killed or wounded in scattered clashes throughout South Viet Nam during the past 24 hours. The biggest battle took place about 30 miles northwest of Saigon early Sunday Mhen at Viet Cong force, estimated it three battalions, or about 1,500 iroopm, attacked two government positions. The Communists broke through defense perimeters five time. durlug the savage predawn battle but were driven back with the help of artillery and aircraft. Two fresh vietnamese battalions were called up to pursue the Coimunists and another battalion was moved up in reserve. When this convoy passed oter a road about two mu.s from the scene of battle, a hidden terrorist set off a land mine wider a i-ep carrying a battalion commander and his two A meri can adviser., killing all Stomping Honor Court Clerk Steve C heese m an will begin dorm stomping through men's residence hails tonight in an effort to spread better understanding of the Honor System. "The key to the success of the Honor Sysytem, is student understanding." said Cheeseman. Th. Honor Court clerk will begin a two-night stomp tonight at nine in Hume Hall. i the venture proves successful, Cheesemanplans to enlist the help of the Honor Cow,virtualy every mae residn o calptis.'' "The 'stomp' resembles those used by political campaigners in the spring, but is intended only to explain the fwnwtions of the Honor System," said Cheesemau. Cheescman plans to gofrom room to room answering questions about the Honor System and explaining the duties of the officers of the Honor Court. hoe Repair She HEELS ATTACHED S Mins. SOLES ATTACHED I. THE FLORIDA String Quartet will present a concert tonight at 8:15 p.m. in the University Auditorium. From left ore Edward Troupin, and rio Claire Forbes,' violins; Robert violoncello. End Schieber, to The U niversity Religious Association (URA)wianimously voted to recommendthe abolishment of the positon of the Secretary of Religious Affairs and to'urge tha the resident of th-e Association be made an automatic member of theStudentBodyPresidents cabinet Sunday. The recommendations wore made to eliminate the overlapping viola; and Marie Henderson,' ab i net os of the authority of the Secretary of Religious Affairs and of the president, and to facIlitate a more useful and practical relationship between the URA and Student Goveminent. Two alternative proposals for resolving the problem were ex.pressly rejected by the URA cabinet. 'Tey included keeping the position of Secretary of Religious The Bre Shop SONS AND LOVERS. RENAISSANCE READER. ERASMUS OF ROTTERDAM PORTABLE PLATO. ZEN BUDDHISM. THE KORAN INTERPRETED THE GANDHI READER. TECHNICAL & CHEMISTRY OF ORGANIC .D.H. Lawrence .ed. by James Ross .Stefan .ed. by Scott B .Christmnas Hi .AJ .A Zweig uchonon imphrey Airberry ections .0 T Saved .-Kenned gtr~e that te ret Flit I egislitie C Th-ii etiOn SAW GAtE P rn? ta 1kg Counc II. Kennedy said he was g I on campus strengthened and explained t to S t uli nt %iov er n m eflt (SG). activities. ''1 course, I wish we'd taken more seats. I'd rather have a clearer majority in the Leg Council,' Kennedy sadd. He said the outcome of the electIon was due to the light turn-out and to the fact that V.O.T.E. Party's fraternity bloc held up well in the off-campus contests. Kennedy predi cted marked changes in the Leg Council this fall. "Non -functioning committee will be abolished. We have no room for deadwood In any area of SG," he said. Kennedy's Secretary of the Intertar, Marty Schwartz, described the recent e le ctions as "technically smooth."' Schwartz Bald thorough advance preparations and careful organization made election day go without a bitch. Ask ed Affairs and redefining its authority, and eliminating the position entirely and providing no alternate plan. The proposed recommendation requires a n amendment to the Student Body Constitution. Further action is now required by SG to put the amendment on the next ballot. T'he l'iiversity 0f ike 0T "neeAt mir ad to see the two-parts, ihat the system lends alit Dollars for Schoiars rogram netted $500 rrom he sale of campus pies recently, according to Bill McBride, chairman. Dollars for Scholars Is a matching loan fund betwnen the university and the federal government. For each dollar theuniversity puts into the fund, the government adds nhrw times the amount. The campus pa c s sold this trimester were 'leftover.'' from the sale of last year, which brought in $1,350 for the fund. Twvo hundred pacs still remain. These pacs will be on sale dur ing the Dollar' for Scholars Week, McBride said. Dollars for Scholars Week is designated for Oct. 31-Nov. 6, according to McBride. The actual Income from the sale was $1,000, but the program had $500 In expe nse s (cost of the pits sold), McBride said. Flu rida Now Available off-campus .ed. by Homer Jack REFERENCE FLOURINE COMPOIINn .E utd vetordtv ouncil el-tion,

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Must Addresses "ist ffica lix aniwvr .i, ,ot r ide emng *Lzi' if(Lrr it, '1er uts to contact i st'Kdent 'iuitkly III P.' of ini cnigent v. M ttk to The new univPrs ity re go! itions gmer wnin rg student ifl i e d student residence off-campus, which went into tffrCC Sept. I of thi, year, require each student to give his exact (ifmpUS living Address at the time of registration. Violations may subject a student to disciplinary action. 'Uf we ever have to notify a student of an emergency In his family or any other emergency situation, we cannot do It without the proper information. It Is in the student's best Interests for him to he certain that we have his complete address," Adams said. Debtors T o H ear Unemployment Tal The U F Debate Society will hear Dr. William M. Fot professor of industrial relations and man_agement, speak on unemployment at its weekly meeting tonight at 7:30 in Room 331, Ttgert Hall. Fox's speech will explain some of the issues taken into consideration when debating the topic of unemployment. The debate topic selected for this year is: "Resolved that the federal government shall establish a program of pubic work for the unemployed. This is the topic to bediscussed ballads as "Troubled" and at the debate tournaments thai? the UF Debate Society will attend this year. This weekend the debate society will be represented it the University of Kentuckye Thooughbre tucky. UF students participating are Elizabeth Drosdick 4ASFred Hellinger, flUC, Michael Kaplan, ZUC, and Jeremy Gluckman, 2U'C. Debate t rips have also been scheduled to Mer-erUniversity in Macon, Ga. October 30-31, and to Ejnory University in Atlanta, Ga. on Nov. S and 6. Many of the reasons for Odetta's acclaim by knowledgeable folk music fans are evident in her latest Dynapoove album. Here--in a crosi-edn of 12 great folk songs-her pure voice and emotional power extract the essential meaning of such "Wayfarin' Stranger" as well as the humorous flavor of "Froggy Went A-Courtin' and "Sea Lion Woman'" If you could own the albums of just one folk singer, Odetta is the one you should choose. (Thmost trusted name in Sound Give De o f Men Carripzi I Peel I ,I1'ti, AIM i il they alPi 4 th &Pert todjy < Rvom IS of t! featured talk the plausibilil i ss u?. No will be served AlphaK Alpha Kapp -sional business tour the J. Hil Cenfrr as th pital, R. L.J ested in hospital and health are at 7:30 tonight Busines BUsiness Danmes will ha the home of M 2217 S. W. 3r WednesdayApplication ship in Flori honor ar y fraternity, Ar at the desk Union.D submission of Thursday, No ----Nips Bref Students for Barry m IC It m i .iiihe .oinig wilt Cx. llstus.~t., 4 -H Club t o Meet The CollegIate II GH lutb will meet Thursday at 2 p. mn. dt the 4-Hl Club office, imnmediatly -.oulh of the [Thiry Science lab. Drill Team to Meet 1he Billy Mitchetl'brIlTeam uniform, idfull whites for Student s for L BJ .FiM i vlSNewter,01g. it I pFm. WI ec Union. Th. will be 0Th y of a second rvfreshnwnts 1. a Ps i, profes*fraternity will is MllerHealth guest of the ,rian All iter li aml nlst it Ion Invited to meet In the cafete i., ;s Dames Ad mini st ratloa Ye a meeting At r-. Lonald Hart, ii Pie. it 8 p.m. for JOhnbhOFI tonight at 8 208 Florida lihi meCOm I, group p. i. Union. will be Babysitting Application. ari now being taken for bmbysitters by thi, SG Babysitting Service. Anyone Interested in .ipplyinrg -.hould contact t he Personal Sorie Bu reati, 30') Flortdd. lnion, MOFI jay Irida y from -5 3). Fm. 0 BiologyCoordinator A director of biological sciences is needed by the UF, according to lv.A. Brooker, dean of the College Cf Agriculture. The new position was created by the University Senate at its June session. The Job will entai coordination of biological de pa rtments in three college. Brooker said he hoped to une much of the space in the $12 million biological sciences build1mg to be completed by the summer of 196t. -The building funds were also appropriated by the University S buflg ane a -~gn Men 25,000 EUR JOBS AN Grand Duet.y of Luxembourg 25.000 jobs in Europe a:. anaihble to Mtd. d.irhng I. spend a .wnwte ab.d bet noul 0(ot therwise afford It. MSl.ky w rangeto $300 .Md job. In -l rsrt~odek~chIdnr.tec Senate. Over 75 per cent of the College of Agricultur, staff works most of th. time at OFe of 20 agrIcultural experiment stations throughout the *tate and teaches only a few class.," said Brooker. "we (College of Agricultur.) have the biggest proportion of graduate student. enroiied (45 per cent).'' said Brooker."'lhtructon is more expensive In otir college; we have small classes, and SO per cent of our protensors have doctorate deg re.s, something you Photographs Displayed or the I lorit i it't I,. irk iFngQ' I tdispi.I if phoitt gr sph-i taken by UT student. William I,. Hardy. The photos inc-Iwds a ,eri., taken along Hlghwiiy Al A the day alter Hur-rirane 1)ora .rnd will r-cmali on display this week in the North Wing G tilery. Engineers Soc sty of Agriculture ['gl~,'-s ,rhedulrd Nov. F ac ulty Dinner The Faculty Club will *ervs .1'1,11, for ,n. mN'r, FYd guksbi Saturiiv night dfte: the ltomecoming gjnmr ft-m 7-10 p. mn. RVservationN must be made by Thmrsday with the 111041 Service. E KiensIonl 2561. DameCs Meets The Arts and Scienrs I limes will meet teimivrrcw tt 8 p. nm. at the home of Mr. I. E. Grinter, 225S N. W. 14 Place. Mr. IMI Mus. Clyde T. lrunlnn will peakk on "Analyzing Your iatd -Writing.' Needed don't find in uth, t Co Ileg is. "We hiave as many researcher. off-camp. an on-rtrmpun. Thner, are county agentsIn f6 of FiorIdae's 67 countlee, jind achofthem holds the rank of assistant professor at t UFI." -li. new dirsi-tor of biological sciences will coordinate th. departments of botany andbacterlology; Collge of Agricuitur.; zoology, College of Artn and Science., which is presently called department of biology; and micro biology, Cojlaege ci Medichn. Students ekgy ACROSS wxrnT Students will meet in Room Pihin for dlis ussedl. a for membherida Blue Key, leadership e tyallable lOW of the Florida eadline far applications I. v. 6.

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Interesting things to read than conlstltutolfl amendments, but if the student body wilts the right to complain about SG then it should td the time to know what is going Ofl. nde ordinary circumstances, too few people(I but even fewer do it when the newspaPrE I to give adequate coverage. I Voted against the amendments, but sympathy for the other side. Most students took the time to vote on the amendment ted for them. Why should I be cOflClelie abouth failure of The Alligator when it seews t more people had voted the amendmelt5 w d have passed? Simply hecatm. I can foresee Y Aliiu2nn &Ina. bnmIhn. tn, ofl issue1<& E DITORIALS: ---r $2 E

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Goldwater ism RON SPENCER Fxermsve tdeov 1< .'V I-5 the Amen1 am 5(IiI onily r'cenitlv. [t I L i riou i conglometitiori 0? Jo)IIL& iI blihfs vtstiges of the past, Dopes fr the rhiturH eii! bits And pleaes of diverse Lpiiti(i Iotin. It represents diversity at it, worst. Goidwaterism, as Newsweek columnist? & mtI John Hughes has said, is "for victory end freedom, family and frugality, Almighty God above and grass roots below. Evangelically It is against vice and defeat, Moscow and Peking."' One might he tempted to add that it Is against many things, for few, It k basically discontent per0 sonified. Discontent at what' It doesn't really seem to make a great deal of difference. Goldwaterites are a diverse lot, discontent at(i)growth PN ER of centralized government PEC (in a nation where everything else is growing by leaps and bounds), (2) resultIng loss or deemphasis on states rights, (3) rio forsecable easy and quick victory in the Cold War. (4) legislation attempting to erase uneqluality sponsored by racial prejwlices, (5) excessive tixe', (6) the growth of welfarism, (7) crime and lawlessness on the streets, especially in relation to the so-called civil rights backlash, and (8) unethical actions in high government places. Goldwater has only one real chance tie capture LETTERS: 'Moral Responsibility' F 11TO R: Wh le I respect the bas ic mor al and inte llectual responsibility to whichthe HonorSystem appeals and embodies in its constitution. I also recognize that these responsibilities are more basic to Mime than others. In s me of the military academies in the I ited States for Instance, you can leave your l)4oks In the hail or library snd you tan leave your door open where you live. At the UP I would heartily suggest that you not try this. It nuld certainly brand you as foolish to say the least. Why should this moral and intellectual resTplstbility of which I speak, and which the Honor Court holds so highendatthe examination room door where a student is taking a chemistry eXjminlatjon? Does it stop when students igg regate in bathrooms during tests to 15Imilate rather than eliminate' Should the Honor System allow instructors to absolve themselves from reporting violations of the Honor Code on the grounds that the "System" k the prevailing order' Is it such an Insult to the System or the stdent to have at least students are taking an examination' I say NO' I am suggesting a more realistic adaptation of the System to include this responsibility on the part of students and staff in all phases if university life wile the Instructors pick up their switches which were most effective in the old red schoolhouse long before they ever went to school. T, .1. Sprinkle EDITOR: indeed it Is to be expected thatGerry Richmfan as 00 other on campus would be disappointed it the Outcome of the Student Election in which the Hozor Court Amendments failed to pass,. dim' tO the lack of a large *nough VOting Pereentqge. I s It A [Pa ss1ing I! *c 't Ul V1 ,e It .is u is I itto it e1 ( k'ss tL li tIs It ft( w r V btI L iihie iathen we'ld tgethe, hi m dI eI, C' 4f di intent. It hat ltir' tId b.'foi" that I yindoni Iohnsoni pr esents an im, ge of .11 things to all people." Go Aw itei tsn se'nms to be pritttil attempt to first find, then alIgn~ every major potentiil source of discontent in Amiurija -however dierse cudu'r elated theymWay v--the direct theTm behind thet gu iIng fotc of G;tdwat,'rjsm be'cmese theniu pate. for the wrTongs 'rd t just ices ini A me riti .Thus it is lot .at ill surprising that Uolcdwater received the r ibid suppxrt of the segreg etlonists, even though he must tw* hissed imong those who prefer intrgr itin of the races. As Hughes sid, Qoidwaterism is "i mdv" menUI whose philosophy has barely prog, es'ed bNy''nt Bizarre set of self-can, .llinig propositions. Ihconlsistencies abound. Just what Is it then' What is this "s" which has c eptured the hearts of millions of Americans end the minds of other millions. Dries It hive fny real meaning, or Is It merely mood,' ''It is,' hughes said, movement to seir~h of I prcigramn, moItu'aI wars. In the II suit oring yea rs. he has not once been par. miotnt In the pass,.ge of Instrumental bills which have aidedt the nation. There have heen no I.GO Idw ate r bills.' lie hii. consistently voted against legIslit ion supported by majority or lot only the L)mocratlc but I so the Hepubhlican parties Where there has hen consensus,Goldwater his always been on the dissenting side. N eg ati v is m has bern his key word and retrogrtssiIn his trademark. Goldwaterisnm totne in a greatt parl lit synonymous with negativism. As such, it has a derinits place in America, (Aspirin Age) but that place, I firmly believe, is not the White House4 BIG HOMECOMING SPECIAL R ou HM-AK LASA'~NN 'V FREE TO COLLEGE STUDENTS It could be the mc,? impeutant decision, of vour life the caue, 10j choose lot yorel dh you gr duate Oso, I quffstont I. 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GATOR For Sale 2 t bag, Don, ru I Irolis, I tlhtu I wooIs, putt.ec. Sac rifle for $60. 2-1)91. (A-28-J1-c). WINDMILLI SAILUNG SLOOP -16 foot Johnson Racing Sails -all equipment trailer. $600 or wake offer. Call Mac McCardell 3129364. 613 Murphree M. (A-23-St-c). 1962 ZUNDAPP 250CC. Electric starter. Must sell. $325. Call 463237 after S. (A-27-St-c). LtST: Tan C-S2lecturenotebook. I need this material. Contact John Shot,9 312-9253. (L-28-2t-c). LOST: Beige cowboy hat in front of Jennings HailSat. night. Reward. Call 372-7421 afterfi.(L-2A-St-c). P ersonal THE P'ENIANa ARE COMUNG1I (J-l9-tf-c). "WAlt UNTIL YOU SEE ITt ENrERTAINING.HUMAN, VI~SVID COMPASIONA TE .HUMOROUS I" ---Bosley Crowther New York limes "MA RK IT 'MUS T SEEPI ONE OF TH E BEST MOVIES OF THIS AND MANY A YEAR!"-Judith Crist Herald Tribune WI-au 4 INTSM .fInESRTIUSL Fete aat 6:25 46 IZI'16 ( VI8:55 Na. Os CLASSIFIED I p in e e ntfoi IbomecffmIng wekend. Will pAy any reasonable price fot cthtn pa'.Phone 2-6327 o, 2 -32$ inyt! me. Ask tot Tito or leave message. (C -25 -31-c). ONE MALE STUDENT to share 2 large rooms and private bath with two students. $33.33 per month. See at 104 S. W. 8th Street. (C23-If-nc). For R ent LARGE SINGLE ROOM for male student, I block from campus. Hot and cold water in room. $37.50 per month. lii N. W. 17th Street. (B-27-5t-p). 1961 VOLKSWAGEN. Must sell. Excellent condition throughout. Asking $995. 372-2195. (G-28it-p). MUST SE LL, REDUCED $50 each. '60 T'R-10 4dr, R&H $325. '57 TR-3 WW, boot cover, tonneau, R&H $25. 2-6471 fterl< 2I pm Uf-c). SUN-ROOF-VW SEDAN 1964. Like new, white, radio, seat belts. $1595. Phone 372 -4186. (G28-St-c). 1958 FtORD Exceet condtion Phone 2-8538. (G-28-St-c). FLORIDA OPEN 6:30 SEE 801T1 AS SHOW 7:00 LA TE AS 8:00 A T 7:00 OUT 9:45 I-Nt REPEAT AFTER "PA'lSY' Ar 10:00 L A I S utos reIve-stty ?xt. 2108. -GE-, 3t'57 ?OPD, --500, T -Bird siec. V -6, 3 ,peed. Ati-trAns. radio, heater, gcod tires, exceptionally clean. $600. Call 376-6921 after 5 p.m. (G -24-5t-c). 1957 CHEVROL stick 1715 N. call 372-4876 or 25-3t-c). ET w. FRH 1963 KARMAN-GHIA 8 cylinder, 8th Ave. Or 6-5168. (G16,000 miles AM-FM radio, perfect condition. $1,950. Call University Ext. 2832. (G-25-tf-nc). 199CHEV. IMPALA 4dr-ht., red and white, V-8, powerglde, PS, R&H, WSW tires, clean. $850. Phone 372-7276 after S weekdays. Anytime weekends. (G-27-3t-c). Services AUTO PARKING available behind Gator Groomer Coin Laundry. $5.00 per month. Apply at Gator Groomer Coin Laundry. (A2l -if-c). WANTS 'TO KEEP CHILDREN two years of age on. Will also do week night baby sitting. Call 376-0406. (M-24-St-c). HOMECOMING BRAWL DANCE at Moose Lodge. Sat. Oct. 17, 9 p.m. to ar. B$.00per coupe. Sem iBenefit for Sun land Training Center. B.Y.O.B. (M-27-2t-c). MILLER & SONS AUTO Palnting Shop, all cars $29.95; body work. We have moved to 1619 S. E. 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Supreme Court refused yesterday to reconsider its "one man, one vote" legislative reapportionment ruling, leaving the next step in Florida squarely up to a threejudge panel of federal court judges in Miami. for ii am.rtomo rro ao all mo tions pending in 'he suit seeking to determine how the state will go about getting an acceptable reapportionment formula and wben it must be done. The court in Washington, surprising no ane, turned a deaf ear and Iiois tha further hearings Ibe held on the landmark decision of June 15 declaring that both houses of a state legislature must Ibe based substantially on an equal population basis. Th. edict set forth by the court, Known as the "one man, one vote"' doctrine, Is that each legislator must represent as nearly as possible the same number of people. This tossed out is invalid the 43-senator, 122-representative plan in effect In Florida and which had been upheld previously b, the three -judge panel in Miami. 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H N THE 'PdflRLOOL I --9" -r BRUCE DUt)LEY Assistant Sports Editor "Give'em [loll Oators. We're with you all the way!,' This was the slogan written on leaflets which were dropped on the UF campus from a light plane last week before the Ole Miss game. Many students will remember a similar Incident last year. Before the Alabama game, .1 light plane droppAd teaflets reading, "Beit Bama. It CAN be dune, it SHALl. be done.'' These leaflets were signed F ans Who (Care, Ilast week', sky messages weren't signed hut could welt have been the work of the same group. Whatever the story is -the message sent via air really seem to do the trick. If this is the Gators' secret weapon, the secret printers better get their plane up in the air for the rest of the season. However, the Gators should do well for the rest of the season even if the letter bombs don't continue. The team's spirit is high and there seemed to be plenty of fans who eared at Florida Field Saturday. The Gators now only have to get by South Carolina's Gamecocks to travel to Boar Bryant's den undefeated. The Tide just might get washed up two years In a row. Too bad Bryant wanted Florida for it's homecoming opponent. It could spoil Alabamti's reunion activities. However, the Gators have to get through their own homecoming before thinking about Alabama. The Gamecocks managed only one victory in 1963 and have yet to win this year, but they caa't he taken lightly. The South Carolina team is phlysically strong and experienced. With nothing to loose, they will probably try anything to get on the scoreboard Saturday. Florida will naturally have a let down after humiliating Ole Miss, but they should be up to handling South Carolina before the alumni crowd. The Gators have certainly proven they are capable of beating any team on the Southeastern Conference's "toughest schedule.'' Now the trick is to follow through. Florida's first three victories have certainly been impressive, but the Gators' final record for the year should even be more impressive. Pass defense, pass protection, blocking, pass receiving, kicking, etc., etc. Everything went perfect for the Gators Saturday,. Many tans will pick out their individual stars of Saturday's upset, but the real star was the Gatori *3 whole, lifthe teamwork continwas to click so should the victories. And the fans will continue to say, "Glve'em Hell Gators. We're with you all the wayt" Scene Cluttered Upset Victories While most UF fans are still in a daze over the Gaters brilliant victory over Mississippi, other action did take place in the Southeastern Conference (SEC) over tle weeke id. L.S.UJ., which like Florida, had two weeks vacation dtte to Hurri-. cain Hilda, romped to a 20 to 3 victory over North CarolinsaSaturday night. Playing before a Baton Rouge crowd, the Bengal. got most of their scoring punch from flanker Doug Moreau. Mornau kicked two field goals and caught an IA-yard touchdown tons from quarterback Pat Screen in leading L.S.U. to iti third straight victory this tease". Vanderbilt, re lyi ng on the .ducated to. of tackle Dick Lemay, beat Wake Forest 9 to 6. Lenay accounted for Commodore scoring with thre, field goals Inthus saturday night contest. Alabama played the entire second haSf without star quarter-. back Joe Namath,butstilimanaged to trounce North Carolina State 21 -0. Nanmath, who twisted a knee in the second quarter, was rplaeed ty Steve Sloan at quarterback. UF Fencers Win Auburn gained a costly victory Saturday as they beat Chattanooga 33 to 12. Star Tiger quarterback Jimmy Sidle dislocated his left shoulder and will be out for at least two weeks.Ironically, Auburn could nwt move offensively with Sidle In the, game, but with sophomore quarterback Jloe Campbell 'Te Tennessee Volunteers, be-. hind the brilliant passing of quarterback A rt Galif nipped Boston College 16 to 14. Galine drove Tennessee for 63 yards at the beginning of the third quarter while completing f ive straight passes. Georgia scored two touchdowns in the first half and then turned on the defense to defeat Clemson 19 to 7. Bulldog quarterback Lynn Hughes led them to their first victory of the year with some great nunnin'g. Fleet so pho mo re halfback Marcus Rhoden led Mississpi State to its first victory of the year by dashing to iwo second period touchdown. One of them, a 77-yard scamper, came on the last pljy ofith. half. Hapless Tula.e was the victim in a 11o6 game. Match Dancing To BI watant (4 rD HIl. a prat', trying to mike I dancer out of him started Willie Mosconi on his career is world's pocket hillard champion. "The first billiard table I ever played on was at my uncle's dane studio,'' Mos roni tod1 tans after his exhltbition Friday night. "'They w ned to make a juncer out of rie.'' "I stirted playing when I was 16,' the gray haired Mosconi said. 'In our town we had great players and we learned from pack other.' The billiard artist is trom, Atlantic City, N. J. Mosconi laughed when asked If his parents minded him going to pool halls. We always had a table at home." he said, "and besides they had someofthe most gorgeous pool rooms there wer8. They had 40 to 50 tables. They weren't dumps." "I played terrible," said Mlosconk, of his demonstration at the UF. 'Those lights liked to kill me tonight. They were too high." Mosconi said he sometimes thinks out his shots a whole frame ahead. "The most I've ever run in a row was 526," he said. The billord champion has made most of his living expenses over the pool table. Mosconi said he had odd Jobs as a boy and worked In a defense plant during the war. "Now that I'm getting the easy money you know what I prefer," Mosconi laughed. The most the billiard champion ever won for a single game was $8,000. Mosconi explained that once a billiard player becomes famous he can either tour for a manufacturer orarage his own exhibitions at Mosconi makes tours for the New Brunswick Co. He left Gainesville at Iad.Satrday to drive to Jacksonville and catch a plane to Miam i where he put on an exhibition at 2 p.m. Ca rds Ahead0 NEW YORK (UP!) -Tim McCarver blasted a three-run home run in the 10th Inning Monday to give the St. Louis Cardinals a 5-2 victory over the New York Yankees and a lead of three games to two in the World Series. Mcarver connected for his game-winning drive into the lower right field stands off Yankee relief pitcher Pet. NMikkelsen, after Tom Tresh of the Yankees had sent the tame Into extra innings by hitting a two-run home run wilth two out in the ninth inning. A crowd of 65,633 saw firebailing pitcher Bob Gibson of the Cardinals strike out 13 Yankees and go all the way to gain the victory. The victory gave the Cardinal. Sbig advantage in the series, for after taking Tuesday off for travel, the series now returns to St-. Louis for the sixth game on Wednesday. Uf a sewenib game Is -cssary. it also wil be inSt. Lead WILLIE MOSCONI machi house in Florida Union. The billiard champ said the touring was gettlngtobeauchore" for him. "I don't enjoy It like I used to," he said. Several of Mosconi's followers questioned him about the aroundd shape tables which have been introduced In the last coupled years., The conventional pocket billiard table Is a rectangle with six pockets. ''I hate like heck to knock the table," said Mosconi. "But I don't see much sense to it. There's one place that you hit the ball and it always goes in. You get tired of taking the ball out of the pocket." WOLLENSAK G DIRECT North Of ine guns balls before pocked Mosconi said the idea of new shaped tables was nothing new. "I've played onoblonganddiamond shaped tables. I even played on a table with 12 pockets." Mosconi said he felt Ralph Greenleaf was the best pocket billiard player he ever saw. His advice to the rookie billiard player was to get his own cue stick. AND REVERE AINESVILL E'S FACTORY DEALER Central Florida's tLnrgest Selection Recorders -Supplies -Scotch Tapes And Accessories 608 N. COUCH'S Surprise WE H AVE 0 TH Main St. FR 6-71 71J a0 E OODS BESIDES Hamburger Steak & Onions. Liver & Onions. 3 Lamb or 3 Pork Chaps. Served WI r.I Ct. th Potatoes, -J All Ti .$1.35 Vegetables, .L1.a 01i. Moscon II lard MIt Ii Championship SEC With T ape Recorders K. C. STIP STEAKS I.n


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