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Vol. 57, No. 29 Univenty of Florida,Goinesville Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1964



HC Dance Plans Set For Weekend

DR. GLENN T. SEABORG, chairman of the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission, left, dedication speaker for the new Nuclear Sciences Building Saturday, and Dr. George K. Davis, head of UF's Nuclear Sciences, examine one of the many pieces of equipment in the new building.

Lag '0

Says L


A UP research Profecsor last ngt classed the Rustan threemail space flgh As a "inagniftIcead engineering bat, but nethin to get cited aobt." Dr. Kaox MiltoaI, roserch pro e or I aerspace engineerlag and a previous dud scsult of space research for the U.S.




behind in ite space race.
He said the reports are "rather excessive. Tey are conally come Inohs ahed,'he said, "bet on the other hand, we (the UJ.)dld a good job of finding otesomethinig with the RSoer program. The lag, Dr. Millsape Am, can be made op by good plamning."no people In charge (of the National Aeronautic and Space Administfoaion) are really competent

The lag, be said, Is all a matter of how much sffrt ts pu lossit. Dr. Millape said the Necalas sht we "just a sytematic Pin with good engineering. They be Juet chewn that they cae pet a group of people up there and mmtla twem for a time." Dr. MILLanp said HM1 rheshot was quite Impressive, aS dicoareging, hrt the pepl In NASA, bet It will serve as an Incentive or hffem."
Farther, e sad tht. "T1ey are gives to spectacular bet, and thin was mther. Of worse, te Runsia@ propagamm machim will mk a gre deal it." "I pos I culd pelst os," he S. "tdt the Raer atelte fl't pholteph any Vodka battle or Cariar at . Wi at lnes s a" time. I damt masm to write I o, bet Iam certain
NO etNg esCite AMs I. NAIA bha 3r-nt eelbAmem."

See National,

Stale Political

Stories, Page 10

government, said that It is a ,'magatifee engineering fest, n doubt abo i." "However," he said, "I don't know If It Is say great breakthrough. It part of a carefully Phased and designed spae

Dr. Millsaps discounted
est$imt made by some U.S. scientists that the Hociss shot put the US. sme two to si years


Land On Farm

MOCOW (UPI) - Senaes three shoeless conams made a
sae ad bather-light tlading yesterday mside their "apec ba" - ana collective farm i. the virin leads o Kazakhstmn.
They had traveled 437,000) miles Is 24 heow and 17 msseion
makIng If orbts aremdiheauth -he first time t the de-ier history of spae itraS three pemne bad orbited toete.
h Toes -ms age y Is serfl Sheir Imagiag In codril
Aks piqpseibed htr what preview*y wen descrtbed ciyas a

It Aid they paraed I" emaclmpth" Vsklo
Sersso to a ba and ware petsed by farmes ah IWiUseser to Shir fle. "he wore taselte tows oS KasmlIn meets

1* So ts haled thSir mot - "Itaes" ad aed
apeedatke it had ce" meerir Sth Smsi Iemse d em nek@d MM. Unuo r A d hd hed
to rmde al a wm.
i oe hA md dwll sf s l1g MOe d tetd
St S em SW - fr b~ So hfuere "de maI . 1k7 s lians as Eniomet dme ah 41,11
pwsem abard molds Knte efrter plumbs.
be eaghsi d in ead s e - e we -n - "IS
and sa wa - eagofl~ a spedlsm A~i MOeW,
o. a11IId Ste No Ase, m m se
bdobd Jet se beflg dmestl

Final plane are underway for the 1964 Homecoming Dance Saturday from S to 12 p.m. in the Hub.
Admission is free and &II UF students arm invited to attend. Music will be by the Hustlers, and refreshments will be provided. Casual dress is rquested.

Isbell Aims

At Florida
MIAMI (UP) - Tropical storm label), which claimed at least one lie In Cuba, built to hurricane force with 80 m.p.h. wins Tosday niht and a hurricane watch was ordered for the Florida Keys and the southwest Florida Oe Coast, north to Tausp. Hurricane warnings were ordered for Dry Tortuis, a elster of islands ahl 65 miles watt o Kay West, as the etrm erased across the weStern tip of cA. Isbell ti the Sthtropica storm of it. season and was born Menday.
The weather bureau's late advisory located Isbel. cetr W.t about over the Goanaiseabies Peninsula wsternmost Cuba. "aesrrwelbaowaoestward-Jttig land Is named for an ladiln
The storm was moving at About sewn miles per hur O a cours between north and sorth-mrthaat. Highest whds were 80 sls a hour mar the center and gau swept outward 90 miles. Gals war ng orep betese
Dry Tartness and Marsha, abcs midway i the string of Pledde Keys which cen a sdchmewer from the Florida inadn. The advisory said ti Isbell was a oieed to ticresel Is
elm ad temiiy as It ethered MIt after the aort surge aces wears Cuba.
Forecasters sad a tw "omoe to the Maeat" wm eqedted late Wedeeday, "ad an Prson to the areas o hnlom wetch
should make prelliminry please acrel

Highlight of the evening will be the appearance of the 1964 Homecoming Qusen, Miss Mary ATliak"s, and her court. The dance is sponsored by the Men'& tetrhall CoUnciL Work has already begun, and elaborate decorations are beil prepared. Last year the Homecoming Dance was a street dance. This year, with the taeo tlee of the Hub, an oven bgger and bettor affair Is antipabd Chairman or the dance, Mlike liannalt, petts 3.500 to 4,000 people to ath"&d T e satrday wsp damw Io a*9' the Flouida-h M Ckera betel) game. It coecludes tie m ed's activities that wil b"M s opectedi 50,000 s"m And visitt to th eAmw hor twa diy S Home l ang u elebti s.


To Speak

poies, wilpl i cq e rit OfI somoviiemlagming C~e "slma i Ed = mise ametr ft

Therm Na sep " Mouth in sqort ouafwyOdw, HeSublimaae pewaidedia aadt. The sealetr Is embedded to land at the Oalnasvifle Mtmiir at 11:30 a., Friday. A res ceferonce Is phased In me pilots Imode b, Thermend Will review the
Mmece ag Pigde with MaM
Howard iMelepi, also acoldWater sofOtO', and other d jpo. Wide.
rtcft the shoping center ependi, th senator will tape A halfboisluon program for statee 1trbution by WFT-TV,
cimo 5.
ft Is expected to attend the N Key smoker and Banquet and
tih Gator Growl Friday night a8 guest of the wulverslty. He may also watch his home state team. the South Carolina Gamecocka, As they met the UF In the Home. mining ame Saturday.

Gator Pady Elects Segal

0e1i Segal, IUC, was elected new major y Pat flor leader fhr the Legisietw. Concl last night Is a *als Past cauu.

Egd tas homr' program Oradoet with a overall academic avera ad L3 and last year be Selede to the COwci wit
tnhe~~ number of votes Of ay etde~w from the freshman

Hie has erved previouslylA an Orentation group nder ad
Speaker for bfl Florida DtMo KAy SPRANerS bnn oret the Ha cout, and to currently a p0lcity ma r or t "DoIt r hr sata " program.

is tuip ad w los move. m m ladership - me
Cornell floer' sas aOr Party



Pcge 2, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1964

Fred Karl Featured

RePrentative Fred Karlof Volmia County will be thsfeatured speaker at the amnut Alpha Kappa Psi Homecoming Breakfast Saturday morning In the University Inn Steak Room.
Karl, serving hi fourth term as State Repreosfative, will spoke to the UF business fraternity on tho "Economic Growth and Development o Florida." He is expetd to comment on the effect of the Cape KO dy Spc. Center on the recant growth of Florida's educational system.
Th Representative is known hr his Interest in education on all levels and particularly Florida's hher education system. He be bald numerous position on hgishtive education committees. Cur.

JMBA Skits

Held Saturday

he "Pliako Dia will be m of the main features of the John Marshall Bar Association Home. ownn skits Saturday morning. The skits will be beld In an olen air theater outsi the Law School adlitorium fro 10:80 a.m. toll120 16m.
errel taintm, ehairmaintle skit mmitte, alldthat tstbeome of the skits would be "That was the Year liat Ws."
Oe sk9 twaci aMr. America ciNte batw% e natloelpollUistens. 'le aed Involves a sdin en onto.m of the US. SMm court. TM third ski
features a satirical re-hsh of the state paimarte.
No admImon will be charged nd everyone Is invited to Sted.



rnttly Karl Is serving as Chairman of the House Educatton-PUblic Schools Committee.
Karl attended the UF until he enlited No a private In the service in 1942. During the war be was commissioned a 2d Lieouteant at ap 10 and awarded tiesillver Star, Bronze Star and Purple Heart. He received his law degree from Stetson University in 1949. His civic and legislative duties have brought him statewide reegnition. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Award by the Daytona Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce. The Florida press selected him as one of the ten most outstanding legislators In each of the pest thr sessions.
Florida "Trend" magazine selected' Karl as on f Florida's Most nflueal Mae in 1962. lls fellow legislators voted him om a the top three members C both legislative bodes In 1943. Democratic gernatorial audidat, Haydn Burns, addressed a group So abe 100 at last yea's HoenoemI1 ra'oa He Se s on erlda oducatonl
Alpha Kaa Psi, professional buines fraternity, recently dated over $1,00 to the Dollars for Saolars program. According to Preeldent RcaNduoatr1thtthos represents the largest amount of money ever glven to the project by a single cmpas orgualsation. Ths fraternity raised the money last trtmeater from the sale o Camp. Pace.
LAny wishng to mke resarvatica for the Homecoming Breamfst this Saturday is requested to contact Boatright at FR 1-7181. Tho breakfast begin at 0 a.m





To Speak

Mayor Hydn Buarn of JacksoniLH# will give aaon-political swch at a 7:20 breakfast given this Saturday by Urs Phi Delta Phi lal fraternity.
Cbeterld Smith, president of the Florida Har Associaton, will Introduce Burns at the meeting at the Holiday Inn.
The pests will incldesen.Spesard HoUand, Be. George mathers, Goy. Farris Bryant, State Supreme Court Ju tgs Campbell Thoruall and Stephen O'Coael and Florida's All. Ge. Jimmy Keynes.

;Mr.Thomson . please!"

Please tell me how you manage
to make me look so great on campus.
The only thing I can't pas now
is a crowd of boys. Those vertical
stretch pants follow the
sleek line of most resistance.
And guarantee the least resistance
oni campus. Then, total recovery
(only the pants, Mr. Thomson, not the boys).
The reflex action of )our
proportioned stretch pants
is setsLld 0lil) to the reflex action
of that Psch major I've had my eye oil.
And the fit! Mr. Thomson, please,
how did )Ou get then, to fit so "ell?
I adore iou, Mr. Thonson!

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Aqua Salute

Woild's Fail

"An Aquatic Salute to the World's Fair" will be presented in Florida pool Friday at 4 p.m. and Saturday at 10 a.m. this weekend. Following the Homecoming !theme, approximately 28 Swim Fins and Aqua 'Gators, synchroniled swimming group members, will visit World's Fair
Numbers Included are NewYork,

France, Brazil, Hong Kog, ad Hawaii. Preparation Air the show began at the beginning of this trimester. Club members choreographed and arranged costuming for the entire program. Adding to the waterballet wil beOrcheelS, a modern dance group, which will dance introductions to several of the numbers.

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FU Forms

Commillee For


A new Florida Union Committee has been formed.
The International Host Committee, which was part of the Florid, Blue Key, Is now a new campus coin inttee.
This organization was formed to help orientate UF foreign students to the campus and tohelpthem feel at home here.
"The goal of the committee is to stimulate an awareness of the multicultural nature of the world and to involve students in activities that will bring them into contact with students of other nations," Nancy Weinburg, the committee chairman, sald.
"This is done with the belief that Increased knowledge andcommunications will provide mutual respect and understanding among the students of the world," she added.
In the Past this has been done on a person to person basis with each U.S. student being assigned a foreign student.
"We are looking for new members and new ideas," Nanecy stated.
Foreign students and U.S. students wishing' to applyfor membership can do so by going to Room 315 in the Florida Union.

Wednesday _ -Oct. 14, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3

'Red Roses'


On Chalk Setting
On a set chalked In ot the floor, with chairs to represent everything from trunks to tables. "Red Roes for Me," by Sean O'Casey, is being transformed by Dr. L.L. Zimmerman, director, from written word Into living theater.
"Roses," being presented In NormanHnilOct. 22-24, and Oct. 29-31,

SG Office Active

Student Government's (SG) Secretary of Labor, Bob DeLoach, Is one of the most active members of the current administration.
Deloach started with a very disorganized office, revamped It and turned it into one of the most active offices on the Florida Union's Third Floor.
He hao obtained a advisor oRthe

administrative staff and organized an undersecretartal staff. lie ha started three new bureaus, hnddins: SG employment service, 911 personal service bureau and 35 talent service.
DaLoah is the Senior representative from the American Society of Civil Engineers to the Benton Engineering Council.



O NE school of motivational theory holds that the popularity of button-down collars
stems from fear that somebody will steal your necktie. If that is so, what better way to keep friends from snitching your cigarettes than a button-down pocket, too?
* So don't delay; "A Tromblee in time saves nine," and occasionally the whole pack.
* If you yourself are still trying to stop or cut down, try a Tromblee. It beats the hell out of will-power. * The first step is to buy a triple* button-down Tromblee. for about $7.00; in white and various conservative colors and stripes. * As to the name, it is to honor Mr. Douglas Tromblee of Baytown, Texas, where it is no-coat weather oftener than not. Over the years he has become an authority on using shin pockets to carry things in. We therefore sought his opinion on button-down flap pockets. He thought it was the worst idea he had ever heard of. Having decided to fly in the face of his judgment the least we can do is name it for him. So there's a Tromblee in your future if not in Tromblees.
*We got the extra button from the back of the collar; button, don' grow on trees, you know. EAGLE SHIRTMAKERS. QUAKERTOWN. PENNSYLVANIA 1 0 94

i A

is basically the story of one mat's role In a 1913 Inherent are conflicting views of If, Acceptance, dispair, action. Cape
and Idealism. But in that cotext exist many other conflicts, andthe show has moments, of high Irish T drama. Tour
comedy as wetll as times ofmiovito
The central character isAyamon The Fori Breydon, played by George committee
Sprinkel, 4AS. He is a social meats with reform leader helping to organize Space Cane the strike. HlIS mother, Loults to" of Cap Hemmings, 2UC is not only spCepot worried about the strike, but 1 adjacent Me a good Protestant, Is also worried Ts tour sbout Ayamon'e relationship with the Union at Shella Mourneen, a Catholic, Nov. 14.
played by Dil Pelfrey, 4AS. briefing wit
Representing oppoeltion to the am come strike is Inspector Fingles. Per- who wit ga traded by Don Denroe, sAS. three hour Finglas ts responsible for halting hew dater the strike. The only real moderat- to ltwn to ing force is the Prosteetat Rector, The c Jim Muholland, 7AB. is $4 pe
In the midst of all this a" expete
various characters who not only mmol. no enrich the action, but also, ae d poll
particularly eitertalning, For Ia- ban. It Is store, there Is Brennan on the vlttore b Moor who Is played by Charlie or over. Harper, 4AB, nh only thing It ervati
seems Bren is Interested In Is entliki e t.
the Bank of Ireland. Befg a good riords u Protestant, he takes particular Is
delight In aring religion with tory, who Is a staunch Catholie played by Rick chuster, 4A8, Pack and Mulcany, a good atheist played by Alan Hendereo n . Ex i
"aes" loos to;h a highly
interesting ad etelnqm iss. Te compe 'at ad lighng do- Th ?in
sigA C Hol mns n, aid to Flori Us&
uniqueee oift al" a e ma
a wil greatly aid ZimmemnAs Paoamr Si
visual eatemess of t reel .5 Pslasr
Ideal 111 Detals. olovi hkie,
Tickets can be ebtaind ony by saa a a
staking rmrvailh- at meaiRepy hn digs easel 2671, and an Phan e "Yury, to
tem p te Riat a peremnase re ort that


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Irish railroad strike.


Ida Union Recreation has mad arragethe John F. Kenady r to conduct a special e Kennedy ad the mw rdtr construction on rrttt Island. Is schedned to leave I a.m. as Saturday, Itinerary includes a th protocol om1eens, idary NASA ficials ido the tow. Alter the tour, the grou will in Orlando ad eapet' alrasvlle by 10p.m. of the I0 mile trip erian. Eaceb ivdul to pay for his own Department olDetnee [low camrA on the also atUpituled thot UJ. ctlUmm age Is

-a may be made by 1741, or In Rom 315 tea. Deadline or
Mendsy, Nev, L

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AMts Conndide o the
*preemie nealibil iof paor William Clmanter. ambone I9al lfinCechbS arrived In the United Ar director of qdtre liar Hitler Ieaded his IN48 he ewirmd the eight relmivee had been
III Naal ecscentraton

up A euccefulmomerto become en rtst. rot, 'From now oR I thator gifts I he to is to my exprteosi e." bltlon in Bryan Lame display until Oct. 30.

Page 4, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1964



Board ()I Regrn hIrolo.setl
It's good policy to place proposed amendments, local Issues
and the like on the November ballot. This insures a large voter turn-out and therefore a better chance that the true opinion of
"the people" will be voiced.
But, because of the very nature of the crowding of the ballot,
many times Important issues are buried beneath the weightier matter of who will run the country or become the next governor.
One of the important issues that will be found in the voting
machine November 3 I the proposed Florida constitutional
amendment establishing a Board of Regents.
The present Board of Control members serve for four years,
running concurrently with the term of office of the governor who appoied them. The proposed amendment would make it possible for members to serve up to nine years with staggered
Although no one is questioning the ability or dedication of
the present Board of Control, withtheir my(unpaid) hours spent in study and conference, it seems to m that the Regents plan
is one of the giant steps In Florida's higher education.
And, we have two main reasons for this belief.
We feel that with the passage of the amendment, the political
pressure which might be placed uWon the members of the Board will be greatly diminished, since the members will be serving
under the administration of at least two governors.
Secondly, It seems to us that the valuable experience gained
by Board members throughout their for-year term of office should not be lost by completely replacing the Board with a
cleas sweep after each governor is swept into office.
Vote on November 3. And when you are voting, we urge you
to take notice of this amendment, buried though It might be.
We also urge, in taking notice, that you vote for the Board of Regnts amendment, and In doing o, for higher education.

Register Your Address

According to Frank T. Adams, dean of men, many students have still failed to register their exact residence addresses with the Off-Campus Housing Office.
We suggest you do so immediately. University regulations governing off-eampus residents require to give your exact address at the time of registration.
Not only would It be hard to reach you In case of an emergency, but by violating the regulations you are subject to disciplinary action.

TOGAY'S QUOTE "No man can justify ensure or condemn another, because indeed no man truly knows another."'

Sir Thomas Broome
"oltio Medici"






'Growl No Show


Now do not get - wrong -[like Homecoming. Basically, that is. The Parade is kind of nice to watch, and It gets you out of class early on Friday. Then there are the JMBA skits and all that, which are fun. But Growl is pretty much of a boor.
It seems that "Te World's Largest All
Student Produced Show," i
or however they bill
themselves, Is more concerned with being large, than good. In many
respects Growl suffers from massive lack of of Imagination. And so far this year, there s two SCHUSTER good indications this year's Growl will so suffer. The first indication was the lack of response for talent tryouts.
This lack was well publicized, and the Alligator even edltorlallzed on it. Consequently, I hope the Growl staff did not sink too low into mediocrity to fill up time. At least we don't have to look forward to Bernadette Castro again. She Isn't in school.

anen there were skit tryOuts. a nw low hit In the poorness of were only two really good skits of them made Growl. Add the pr cenosoring, and you get a bland bland Growl.
In addition to partying before, d Growl, there are only a couple of to our ritualized, bastardized pep the high school bands that perfo LETTER:

'Poor Cont I'iIu


Noticing the consistently, bids poor contributions to your kit wish to express the fervent hope of Miss Barbara Keller, dated represents the bottom point
We also hope that her letter is of the knowledge she has gained two years at this university, E included.
We charitably prefer to be combination of pen and paper effect upon her.

ago began the running of a column by Student's For water. Ths after was al the Johnson camp. This ii with 0e 1ea that we would; in this my, to equalpreo of eleeM. Assad yet, oly ern be Geidwater pe bes smttid. We will
to rmn tlaeesa lon
are give 6n u. .wift or a voes erno bhe their

good. And of course, the fireworks are always good for a few ooh's and ab's.
The words of a tired six year old who had just gone through her first Growl summed the whole thing up pretty well -- "The bands were okay, but I didn't like those commercials in between." Since Growl, like all of Homecoming is designed mostly to Impress alumni, 1commorcial" is an apt word. But it is easy to Impress alumni ready to be Impressed. I appreciate the technical work that goes Into Growl, but enjoyment of it comes only through the participation in the ritual of attending. In striving for sophistication, Growl has lost Its spontaneity and pop rally atmosphere.
By the fly, I've written a Growl skit, and all I need Is a group willing to produce It. The problem: it needs 200 girls who can tap dance in six inches of water, and three virgins.


(o. (,o. (o


rmis year saw Alter the inspired performance of the Gators
skits. There Saturday, giving all credit due to the
and only oe "Destructive Defense" and "Rampaging
obable further Offense," who would doubt that the '-Go, Go, addition to a Go's", the "Dop, Dupe, Dupe's", etc. had a hand in helping the team demoralize and crush urging andafter "Ole Miss?" How manygames haveyou"stood" saving graces through?
rally. Some of I, for one, believe the folls want this support
rm are pretty in Tuscaloosa the 24th of October. They need
it, and they deserve it.
Here's some lakormation useful in planning the trip:
lions* Tickets - $5.00 each to be obtained in the
ticket office in lobby of the stadium prior to departure.
Distance O e Way - Approximately 430 miles, ed Increasingly, dependent on route. or column, we Time, On Way - Nine or trn hours considering
that the letter stops, speed, route, etc. Noe: One hour is d Oct. 8, 1964, gained going fromths thns mon to the other. of this cycle. Game Time - 2:00 P.M. CST.
snot indicative Gas Considertion, Round Trip - Avg. 15
ed In her first, Rag. Gas $19.00, Premium Ge $22.00; nglish courses Avg. 20 mpg. R g. Gas $14.00, Premium Gas $14.50; Avg. 25 Is Fl.,Rog. Gas $11.0, alive that the Premium Gas $12.00. has a laxative Route: 1-5 Nouth to Valdosta, Ge, US
84 West to DOta, Ala., US 231 N. WOt to Montgomery, Ala., US 82 N. West to TescoMel Grossman loos, Ala.
Eric Wner By sleeping Friday from clms-sed util
midnight, thes leavfn tr TWeeloesa pickingg weeks a land aews tie and namcr), you arrive
weekly then aroe too o'lock trday; in plenty
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Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page-5

'Goldwater Offers Opportunity'

At the outset let me make clear my support of the right of the free press to be the voice of Its constituents. However, I understand that the Alligator belongs to the student body. As such, It should reflect the opinions of the students. Where does the editorial staff gain the right to say what the general campus opinion is? I ban not been consulted and I doubt that anyone else has. Under your peculiar status it would seem to me more appropriate that you adopt a neutral stand and print both sides of the lsaned.
There are many Issues at stake inthis election. Clearly, however, the primary issue is whether or not we Itend to stop the communists' drive for world domination. For, if they succeed, there no longer will be any legal Itssues.
The Johnson administration (as well as the Kennedy an EIsenhower administrationsbefore It) stand for a stagnant level of nuclear capacity In the face of Soviet and Red Chines increases. They tell us that our nuclear strength is the greatest in history but fall to mention that our relative strength is lowest. This neglect of nuclear development Is justifld under the labels of "relieving world tensions" and "preserving world peace." Has It? Furthermore, what value is our "nuclear deterrent" when itoomes with a guarantee that we will never use It? Does tils stem communist aggression?
Thes same administrations have stood for "negtiatlons" to preserve peace. I submit that negotiation implies that each party has something which they are prepared totrade. But communist concession Is ruled out before we ever reach the conference table ad the US. appeases the bear by feeding him countries and humanbekgs neither rightfully controls. We thereby assume the role of a god who doles out freedom at the whim of the devil. When we assume the role of free world leader, we most also assume the responsibility to protect it from communist

aggressiou. No wonder we have lost our allies' respect. We have shown that we will not stand by them In foul weather. I submit that feeding the communist cancer only increases Its Growth and enhances its appetite. Ask yourselves who will satisfy its appetite when we no longer have other people to feed it.

Some believe that democracy ardcommumism will gradually evolve toward one another until they are compatible. God help us, the facts seem to bear this out. The trouble is that it Is a unilateral evolution. The communists have not modified their philosophy or their goal of world slavery, but only their methods. The thing I tear most Is not nuclear war (the communists recognize that no one can win a nuclear war) but rather the day when U. S. Philosophy ts "compatible" with communism. Foronthatday, communism will have only one modification. They will no longer seek world domination, they will have achieved i!

Barry Goldwater offers us the opportunity to reverse the tide of communist oppression by meeting it with decisive rebuttals and the will to win wherever It rears Its ugly head. He advocates as the ons real deterrent a strong and ever strengthening nuclear and conventional capability coupled with the will to ue it when necessary to preserve freedom.

This is the real campaign issue. It you are satisfied with our present regress againstscoinmunism, then vote for the man who has demonstrated be has the methods which will tisure Its contiatio. If YOU fear war moire than you value your freedom (and your children's freedom) then vote for the man who has displayed

that he supports the same stand. If you feel that our conatitutito was. written to be used as a tool to promote that same trend in your own country, then vote for the administration which supports that policy. Surely, then, you most vote for Johnson and count the number of times you are given that freedom to choose In the future.

But if you wat to se a retrn to constitutional government, which ba Io the pest worked to maintain your freedom from governmental oppression, controls, ad exeeses; If you want to fulfill your responltlty to pas on your freedom from this generallon to the met; if you went to stem the spread of the communist disease, then surely you must voteto diOotum the priest trend and Instell it* ma who hase devoted his life and energie to the fillment of the rights of ALL men and has demonstrated the will to opee all who wlclddenytbem the rights. This a has been called " Mr. Cenervative" and could equally well be called "Mr. Democracy" - Barry Goldwater. Lot's
'Barry' Nlita.

J. W. FOrd, 49G

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Allilgator o two -ots. The stMt holy dees no mum The Alligator; the Sate of Fllads does. And The Allgator edltortasdo entPflntnd to represent the oMinio the UP shaes body in emeral jute s no oter newspaper epposes to represent the epotens d te majority d g reader. No newspapers, from tSe New York imn ta es, pauss readers beore ta a stand au - Me. 'l0 edtlal n ie
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The chancellor of the Honor Court, Gerald L. Richman, has tce the beginning of this trimester, harped upon the Irresponsibility of the Student Body in reporting violations of the Honr Code. Quote article in Sept. Sth Alligator, "O.K. then you are the reason ihe system is a fallwe."
lbm entire system rests upon the trustplaced in you and every other student to report itolatloe of the Honor Code." In a later article on Oct. I It was stated, 'Richman said he found language students taking quises with their books opts --- Richman said he did not take any stidentl' mines when he observed them cheating became this is not the function of the Honor Court." Isn't this a littlebitf double tal? Doesn't the Chancellor as a Florida student, have the same responsibilities as the rest of the student body or is he above us all? In Richman's own words, (Sept. 8th) "The responsibility Is the same."
We have also talked with Dean Hale's office and been informed that it s"ilttegalfor anyone" to have alcoholic beverages on campus.Students have been informed that campus police wil be checking containers at the gates to student seating (October 17th). Who will be checking the "West Stands" for "violators of the law?" We wonder?

Lo E. Marsh, GAR Denny T. Ryan, OAR Norman 3, Nyary, GAS
ld Parrott, GAR Ilbisn S. Dyisnt, SEG


A letter just suggested that we have st lest one proctor per two hundred students n Waker Auditorium. It sound ike a great Ida at Brst glance. A Hybrid: An Hoswrystes t U oer too. Combine the best fetus of bet.
Not enough proctors to do a good l jost who won't enforce the Eosor System because with proctors around, It should be the prodors job to prevent ,4m-oq,; and frrther ocouragmMt of apathy on the part f stud with regard to assuming responsibility i h e society Of the mieruity.
The cheater would have a far better situation, instead of being wary of any o at two hundred students who might observe him and homer their responsibility under the Honor System, all the cheater has to do is avoid the glance o me proctor, whose where outs and gam Is readily discernible.
Your proposal is not new, Mr. Sprinkle. It has been rejected both I principle and in practice. Of course, we could merely te more proctors and do away with the Hoor System, but as hastbeenexplainedinthepast by numerous survyl, even the best proctor system do not even make a dent in cheating, and at most are comparable, to Ineffective large ulversity Hoenr Systems.
Our goal, Instead, Is to gradually establish an effective Honor System here at the University of Florida. Some of us believe that with hard work on our part and cooperatioa from the faculty by not proctoring exam and this cefuting students about when and ters they should operate wnder an Honor System, we cal achieve this goal.

Gerald F. Rlhman Chancellor of the Hotr Court


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Congratulation to ye, ynw staff ad the Fla AlIlor Ci the splemd editorial
m eitalw at bsS games ad I ave jist rend *a Pie Sez of your Monsy, September

The dhrtal can aply also to uay of cur aha and ptrn;s aml I hEMk til t a ndrship by The Aligtor cam result in mouth ImprovemeN n the n of al gou atEnding
Gabor Son gaes.
Kenn p good work, We all md It.

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Load it up, chef! Ken Stallings, a UF student and part-time employee, puts the finishing touches on the most delicious pizza in town--from Tony's Pizza, conveniently located at 1308 West University Ave. across from the university's main entrance. Also featured at Tony's are Italian submarines and the famous 15c hamburgers--try some today!

Quik-Save Discount
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Save Save Save Convenientlyl You'll find hundreds of sundries at dIscount price at the new Qsik Save Discount in Carolyn Plaza, 1620 West University Ave. across from campus. Up to 40 per cent off on everything from sun glasses to tooth paste, from birthday cards to aspirin. Take a tip from Ann Curtis (left) and Karen Roberts--save quickly at Quik Save Discount.

Ann Curtis, Alpha Chi Omega, demonstrates the convenience of drive-in banking at the University City Bank--"your Nearest Bank to Campus". UCB's drive-in windows are open 9:30 to 3 Monday thru Thursday, 9:30 to 6 on Friday. Save time and enjoy convenience--bank from your car at the University City Bank, 1116 West University Avenue.


the student newspaper at I photographer has caught administrators reaching for among the Gator's avid CIO

One of the largest selections of ivy and traditional clothing in Gainesville is at Fremacs--and what's more, it's yours at reasonable prices. Fremacs Ivy Shop features the latest styles in everything from belts -examined here by Jay Scheck, Phi Kappa Tau--to suits. Stop by soon at 112 West University Ave .

Mr. Mitchell's


Jana McCard, Kappa Delta, receives assistance from a courteous clerk as she tries on a pair of quality Nina flats at Mr. Mitchells, 1127 West University Ave. (across from McCollum's Drugs.) Men will find a wide selection of styles by Jarman. Visit this convenient store soon for a wide selection of quality shoes in latest styles.

Barkley Motors V*

. The Gotr.But what's this our ou guessed it. Its faculty, staff, and Ot "student" paper. Maybe theyr" lied ad followers.

Sam Santos points out Barkley Motors' large selection of sports cars to Ann Curtis and Karen Koberts w h i I e preparing to take a spin in a new TR - 4. Barkley also is franchised dealer for Fiat, Hillman, and Volvo. See their large selection today at 2201 North Main Street.

Tony's Pizza

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I Wanted

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For Rent

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SELLING UNUSED SET ofamons Artists' School. Three big commercial art Instructo books. Asking $50. Course coat $600. Sa Juio at 1813 NW Ind Ave. (Aag-t-C).

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Campus News

Fine Arts Exhibit
The Fine Arts Committee of the Florida Union is presenting the paintings of William Pachner in conjunction with the education department of the Ring in Museum of Art. The Exhibition will be on display in the Bryan Lounge, Florida Union, until Oct. 30.

SGE Meets
Sigma Gamma Epsilon meets tomorrow night at 8 p.m. in 104 Floyd Hall. Dr. Francis Hater of the History Department will speak on "Fossils and the Problem of Historical Time." The public is Invited.

YAF Meets
The 4on. George B. Stallings of the state legislature will speak to the Young Americans for Freedom andStudents for Goldwater touigt at 7:30 p.m. In the Florida Union Auditorium.
The topic Is "From Colonlalism to Socialism." All students and faculty are cordially invited to attend.

Education Dames
ne Educaton and Physical Edocation Dames will hold their regular monthly meeting tonight at 8 p.m. All student wives are cordially invited to attend the meeting. The meeting will be held at Dean and Mrs. Kimbell Wiles, 2221 NW third Place. Dean Wiles will speak.

BA Dames
B iS i ,ie .S Admtndst rat Io iames meet toighn it 1 p.m . at the home of %Ir,. aonald Hart, 2217 SW third Place. A motorade will meet at the Century Tower Parking Lot at 7:40. The speaker will be Mrs. Butler, representative of Merle Norman.

Dames Meet
Journalism Dames will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Don Grooms, 1423 NW 8th Street at 8p.m. The speaker will be Alfredo Rodriguez, a UF student who took part In the Cuban Bay of Pigs Invasion.

Circle K Meets
There will be a Circle K meeting tonight at the homeof Pro( John P. Jones. Al memhers are reminded to meet in the lobby of the Florida Union at 6 o'clock. All members are requested to be present at this meeting.

Safety Course
A "babysitter" Safety
Training Course willbe offered by the Women's Auxliary to Alachua County Medical Society.
Lessons will be held in the J. HUlls Miller Health Center Auditorium from 7to 8:30 p.m. on Monday night Oct. 19 to Nov. 16. The course is offered free and all interested persons ue encouraged to attend.


B riefs

PH Dames
Pharmacy I)ames will meet It the home of Mrs. Carl lohnsom, 2141 NW 7 Place, at 8 p.m. tonight. All wives are invited to attend.

Growl Tickets
The east side of Florida Field will be open to students for Gator Growl. No tickets will be required. Tlckets for UF staff and faculty were placed it. the Campus Mail Monday. Those who did not receive their tickets or desire to have additional tickets should pick them up in Pom 305oftthe Florida Uion.

Film Classics
"Vlridiana," a controversial Spanish film, will be shown tonight at 8:15 p.m. in the J. Hills Miller Health Center Auditorium.
T1e film is sponsored by the Gainesville Film Classics League.

ALD Sign Up
Sign up for Alpha Lamda Delta, the women's honorary society for freshmen is Monday through Wednesday in the dean of women's office. Any woman student classified as IUC with a S.5 average orbetter is eligible.

Swim Rehearsal
There will be a dress rehearsal of Swim Capadoes Thursday night at 8 p.m. In the univeristy pool.

ednesdav Oct. 14, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 9



DALLAS (11PI) - A Dallas newspaper reported yesterday that FBI agent James P. Hosty Jr., who investigated Le Harvey Oswald before the assassination of President Kennedy, has been suspended for 30 days without pay and transferred from Dallas to Kamam City, Mo.
The Dallas Times Herald, in a copyrighted newt story, said the disciplinary action came on orders from the Wahington office of J.

Frat Pledges

Form Council

On Campus

An Interfraternity Pledge Class Council is being formed on the UF campus.
"The idea of the council is to show people that fraternities work to accomplish something," said John Shiplett, Pi Koqg Phi pledge who s responsible for much of the work done on the council's formation.
Primary purpose of the council Is to oranitze the nearly 800 pledges on campus Into oneorganised body to perform some type of service for the school and the
community, said Shiplett. "We hope the council and its projects will show that Greeks are willing to work for the campus as a whole," he added. One big project a mnwster Is planned by the council. Tentative suggetlons as to what the project migh be Include taking part In cancer drives, heart tuddrives, the March of Dimes, and planting seedlings to beautify the campus.

Edgar Hoover. director of the FBI. J. GordtunShanklin, in charge of the Dallas FBI office. declined to comnweit.
According to the Times Herald's "unlmpeachabl sources." the suspemion and transfer wore a direct result of the Warren Commission's criticim of the Fmi in its report on the Kennedy assassination.
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Page 10, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1964 Holley Charges

Haydon Buries

TALLAHASEE (UP[) - Republican Charles Holley claimed yesterday that his gubernatorial opponent, Hayden Burns, has $1,215,690 in cash deposited in the Bank of Nova Scotia in Nassau, Bahamas.
Holley told a specially-called new conference he considered it "imusual" for anyone to have this much cash and said he felt Burns should give the people a full explanation. Burm, Democratic candidate for governor and the mayor of Jacaonvllle, was not Immediately available for comment on Holley's claim. He flew to Washington to meet with President LyDon Johnson and Sen. George others to discuss a loan for Miami's proposed Interm project. An official, who delined to give name, would not say whether Burns had an account in the bank, which has Its headquarters In Toronto.
Holley showed nwsmen what he claimed were photo-copies of baek statements from the Nus beok. He refused to say how or where be got the statements.

Baker Query

Halted Again

WASINGTON (UPI) -Chairman B. Everet Jordn, D-.N.C, of the Senate Rules Committee, yesterday ruled out any public hearlgs In the Bobby Balmer InvsUgatlon until after the elections.

Jordan issued a statement I which he said It was impoble to have enough members r a
committee met1ic within the next three weeks due to the heavy schedule of the saers outside Washington.



"I an making no insinuations," Holley said. "I am merely saying that Burns has $1.2 million Ina Nassau bank and the people are entitled to know about It."
Holley announced for the first time that his net worth was In the neighborhood of $12,000 to $20,000 and asked Burns to make public Its financial worth.
"I believe the people are entitled to know how a candidate for high public office makes his money, how much he has and to what extent and to whom he Is financially obligated," Hoey said.
"If Mr. Burns decides tomake public his net worth, I am calling on his Tuesday to iclde In his financial statement an explanation of weekly deposits to his credit in a bank to the United States during the year of 1963, totaling more than $263,000 and why a withdrawal of this sum was made in August of 1963 and why It wu transferred to a numbered account in a bnk in Nassau, Bahamas and how this sum was increased from in excess of $263,000 in 1963 to In excess of $1.2 million In 1964.
"qu anm tben, 'wh was the souce of this finne in cah and: why did be stath it In a Nassau accoout." Holiley said.
The St. Peterburg legislator declined to Identify the U.S. bank from which Burns allegedly transferred the money, except to say it was a bank In the South. The bank statements which Holley displayed as being photocopies bear the Eaine of the bank and identifies the dapositer a Hayden Burns, 1805 Lorimer Road, Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.A. The number of the account was and was listed
as a coiakMWd account n the statements. One of the alleged statements shows a balance brought forward on July 31, 1964 of $l,15,690 and a deposit on Aug. 20 of $100,000 bringing the total to $1,215,090. The other statement carries a belan* on Sept. 30of $1,215,690. Asked how long be had known about the alleged account, Holley sad "to the extent that I am willing to make the matter public, ol stnce 4 ain. today."
Retailit his own financial worth, Holley said he had a piece 0 pSOpertY I SIt. Petersburg worth about $30,000 with a $22,000 mortgage on it and a bank accoute of somethMg ls than $1,000. He Said the book value of his interest in the law partnership of 1o1ley & Osbore was about $5,000 or $4,000. He owns about 1,500 in omom stock in a small business Investment company, a mortgaged home and sam lie Isurance with hardly any

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TOPIKA, Ken.(UPI-em. Barr7 M. Goldwater returned to the Midwet yesterday charlinthat Pr emis Johnson has nolalention S keeping i farm prom and
is giving ,paN-ime." attention tote san oft.
He termed Rmis's thrm-mu space ig "shodki" news," and called for a "major re-directIoa" of te nattions spoce snorts.
Hrd-peadalf te farm lams, Goldwater dep deaounced what he cal Agriculture Secretary Orville L. Freeman's "Gestapo." He said the only way Johnon's farm program could be made to work "is to placs farmers wider federal pole control."
The GOP presidential candidate jumped the go an the major term aesech he had been slated to NAe Frlday at the National Corn Picking Goo t io Siomx Falls, S.D., when he soe to an estimated 15.000 pns from the steps otthe
Ks state apitol.
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ST. LOUIS, MDo. (UPI) - "More than 725 Episcopalian bishops, clergymen and laymen haveasgled a statement accusing Sen. Barry M. Goldwater and Rep. William E. MUler ot a tranparent explotation at racism," a layman and civil rights attorney announced yatrday.
The statement charged that th Repilean presldedial sad vice presidential candidates "aft amities to be elected by Ineiting the votes ot white rcists, cultvoun and harvesteg the white backlash."



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Confidence Racket

When I was a recruit, I learned a lot about Coach (Pepper) Rogrs from a card game.
We were making a trip from Atlanta to Gainesville, had nothing as to do, so we played poker. Coach Rodgers came into the game with a bunt of confidence, played a hand or two while waiting for the right time, then shot the works and, as he said he would do, wiped us out. Confidence and Skill were the keys to his success as a player at Georjh Tech, and It was this same confidence mixed with skilled Florida quarterbacks Tom Shannon and Steve Spurrer showed last Saturday.
The confdence was there last year, so why is it Florida, li, three games has almost OUtcored last year's 10 game output? The answer is a gutteral, strong lunged, curley haired coach by the name of Ed Kensler. Coach Kessler has taken a relatively young liw and taught It to fear so one (except hlm) and open big holes In opponents lines. He taught them well enough for Coach Rodger's backs to pile up over 200 yards rushing on Ole Miss.

One At A Time

If om were to Just look at South Carolina's record this year, be would be lInllnd to take our homecoming gam as a pushover. But after vkwfl their game films, it's easy to see why the Gators are working hard to get up for this one too. The Gamecock line is big (bigger than Florida) and fairly agile. Their backs are also big and very herd matters. Bendt Carolina quarterback Dan Raes Is the leading total offense man in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Reeves Is also a good scrambling quarterback. It's hard to get him In a Jim. This Is the kind of quarterback who gives good offenses trouble, for he an rn his way out of trouble,

Gaffaw Of The Week
John Preston, sophomore tackle from Columbus, Ga., played almost the entire game for injured John Whalley. All day the big tackle was down field making key blocks. But on several occasions, In his effort to block, he ran into the bell carrier. On Don Kapp's 50 yard run, John bad a block to make at the line of scrimmage. When Coach ussler asked him why e wasn't don field, his response was, "Aw Coach, I thought I'd give the ball carrier a chance."

SPURRIER LOOKS for more running ronm, but can't find it against '01e Mi.'

Spurrier, Lothridge Compared

"10 reminds me Of Billy Lotbridge In that he Is good In each lasa of the gume: passing, running, and posting."
With this. Head Coach Say Graves last week diecr
Sophomore quastertack Steve Spurrier.
Graves oie sd. "Spurrier Is as outtading all-aroundquarterback.'/
Spurer. a 6-dAoS, 2-ich lI8pound Sophomore, halls from Johnson City, Ten. He attended Science HUI High ASCOil ad was named to Tennessme all-state teams In three sorts (toottell, basketball and baseball).
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'New Gator Hero'

PASSING WHIZ Dan Reeves will be cock threat for the Gator's defense this

Rin dampened the Florida practice field yesterday but not the spirit of the Fightin' Gato as they went through a rough Tuesday workout.
Captain and fullback of the team Larry Dupree could do nothing but sit around and watch his teammates go through full speed drills In full dress. Dupree Is not esIpeted back until Thursday as he gives his injured riMatle achase@ to rst.
Pass defense was stressed as the 066e got ready for No. I quarte of the Gamecocks, Dan
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Graves had special preise for tight blocking end Gary Thomas.
"lie did a fln job for us against Mississippi" Graves said.
Graves credited the two plattoon system with playing a major pertin the actors last start this year. the last time the Gators van their first three in a row was back in 1960 when Georgia Tech was their third victim of the year. "We have been able to playboys who normally w'oulOdt start." he said. "Randy Jackson wouldn't be playing and neither would Tbomas. It has given - more tmse to work with the boys on one phas
of the game."

Newest member of Florida's football "hero of the week club," junior end Charles Casey, Is taking dead aim on all Gator pass receiving records already.
In only three games the big Atlanta, Ga. native with the good moves and hands has pulled In 16 pases for 220 yards and three Mse.
Florida's single season pus receiving record is 29 by Broughton Williams (1946). Yards" mark was set the same year by Williams with 484 and Ferttl Ferguson st the TD mark with five in 1941.
Career Gator records are:Most passes caught--43 by Ferguson (1939-40-41). Most Yards on Pus Recepioiu --668 by Ferguson, Most TI) Receptlons--7 by Farguaon.
Casey hu, in only IS games, caught 25 for 350 yards and four touchdowns and is in good position to break all Florida camer records this yoar.
Casy's qualffication for the "bero of the eek club" include seven receptions for 128 yards and two touchdown in the Gators' 3014 victory over Hiasissippi.
Coaches point out that, taken from game films, there have been 18 passes thrown and intended for Casey this season. He's come up with 16 of them, one was overthrown and the other broken up by a defensive back. "Casey I one reason We wet to the lonesome end ard offlera," says bead coach Ray Graves of Florida. "He has moves like you don't often see and his hands are simply great. When that bell get to him it's caught"
Cmy will again be primed for duty Saturday agsint Soth Carolina as the Gators celebrate Homecoming Day. Than far M has increased his per-game reception

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He caught six, including the vital three In the final 27 seconds to set up the winning field goal against Mississippi State in the 16-13 win at Jackson. He upped that by one with seven against the Robs. "If we could be sure our opnoeenis would attempt to cover

Casey with just one man he'd catch more than seven every game," says Graves. "I seriously doubt if there I- ay one defensive back in the country who can cover Casey by himself."
Florida is In relatively good physical condition for the South Carolina game with only fullbackcaptain Larry Dupree bobbled by a surained ankle.

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Fl~~fila ALLIGATOR Vol. 57, No. 29 Univenity of Florida, Goineaville Wednesday, Oct. U, 19M THI Dllr SOUTH'S RNIST COLUGI DAILY" HC Dance Plans Set For Weekend final plan, are underway for tilt 1964 Homecomlnr Dance Saturday from 8 to ti p,m, In th@ Hub, Admission u fl'M and au ur 1tu deota aN Invited to attend, Musi( , wlll be by the Hustlers, and re freahllll!nta wlll btt proYlded, Cuual dress Is requuttd. Isbell Aims At Florida MIAMI (UPO Tropical 1to rm Isbell, .,.,hJch clalmN! at leaat one Ute In Cuba, built lo ll1trrlc1ne for ce with ao m,p , 11. wtndll Tuea• day ntsht a nd a hitrrtcane 'llla tcb wu orde r ed t o r the Florida Key 1 and the IOUthwta l Florida Oult Cout, north to Ta mp,.. Hurricane warn1nc1 were o rder ed for Dry Torticu, a ct111ter o f talllldl a bOut es miles wat ot DR. GLENN T . SEABORG, chairman of the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission, left, Key w .. t, u the 1 torm crubed dedication speaker for the new Nuclear Sciences Building Saturday, and Dr . George acroH UMt wutern tip ot Cuba, K Do h d f UF' N I S f h , . Isbell la the ntnt11troplcal1torm vis, ea o s uc ear c1ences , examine one o t e many piece s of equipo f the ,euon and wu born Monment in the new bu i lding. clal:,. Tbe weather bureau '• late advta Lag 'Overestimated' Says UF Professor JOEL GASTON Ma"01ln9 Editor A UF nsearcb prof es sor last Diehl clused the Rus s lll.D three man apace fU&ht a.s a "macnttt ceot eo1tneerto1 feat, but DOtblllr to set uctted aboia." Dr. Knox MUl.lapll, NHarcb proleHor 111 Mro.pace ellli ... r 1111 Uld a prnloua cbief sdenttat ot spa ce reMarch for the U-9. SoVernment, a a 1 d that It la a "mapUJcent enalnffrtns feat, no doubt about that," "Howev.r," he 1a ld , "I don't know II It ta any 1r ea t breall t.hroicll , but part of a ca r e MJy pluuied a nd dNIJned a pa ce procram.'' Dr. M 111 II p I dlaCOIIDted uUmatu made by so me U.S. a cleottata tllat the R1111laoa •hot put tile U.S. so m e two to 1lx years *** *** Shoeless Russians behind ln tile 1pac1 race. He 1aJd the report, are "ra tber exceu lv e , They are c:e rtalnly aome ahead," be1dd, "bul on the olber band, we (the U.S,)dld a IOOd job ot nnc1in, out ao methtnc with the Ranier prosram. The la,, Dr , MUIAl ape aald, ca n be made 111P by IOOd pw1olft1. "The people lo cllar1e (of the Nallonal Aaronautlca and Spa ce Adm1n1 1 tr a tlon ) art, really co mpet eot people," The t ac, he ,ai d, II I ll matter o t how much e ffort 1 1 put into It, ory located Isbell'• center juat about over the 011&1\ahacablbH Pent111ula ot w11ternmo1t Cuba, TIie oarro w el bowofwe1tward -jut t1nc land 111 named for an lndlan tribe, TIie 1torm wu movtnc a t about nven mil per hour o n a OOUl'M between north and north -ftO rtheut. Hllhe•t w lnda wen ao mllN an hoitr near the cen t er and 1aJe1 "11t outward 00 mu .. . Gale wun11111 nn up between Dry Torticu a nd Muathoa, about midway In the 1trl111 of l'lor1da K e ya which c urve aoutllwHtward from the Florida malnlud. The 1 dvt,ory Hld that llbell w u expected to lncnue botll ln 11u and lnttt11lt7 11 It resathered It.HU after the abort IUJ'le ICl'OII weatero C1a. rorecuter1 11 1d a tun "more to tbe nortlleut" wu expected late WedDeldly, "and a ll perlOIII l n the area of hurrte&Ae -tell 1hould make prellmlftlry plan, .,r action." Htshll&ht of the etD11'C wtU be the appeannc:e ot th• IH4 com l nr Queen, Ml11 Mary Ar ll1b.l, and her court, The tUnce la 1pol\601'9d by tbe Men's lnterllaJI Council, Work hU alre dy bqun, and el borate dee orlltlooa &N bet111 prepertd. Lut , u u,. Hom eco mln1 Dance wu street cwi~ . Tbt, year, wtlh tN tac:WUH o f the Hub, iin eftn btf111r a nd better affair la anticipated. Chairman ot the dal>C4!, Miki H11D11an, IS:plCtl 3, !100 to 4,000 people to att.nd , The Saturday nilht dance II alter t1141 f'lo r l d a-SOuth C1roltNI football pmt, It c:onct ud• tbe Wffl!elld'• IC' tlvlllN lhat will brtnc I D ex pected 10,000 alumni a nd lllton to tblt campu tor two da)'I of Homecomtnc ulebratlOM, Thurmond To Speak U.S. Sen.Strom Ttlurmood,SOuth c arolllla' Democrat hlrned-Re pllbllcu, wUI IIPIU fl1daJ Ill tlle oatnenui. 511opp1111 c-., perti 1111 lot ao ml11Ut11 Iller u. F Homeoomtnc Parade. Tlllltmood 111 1UIIIIC)lnc the lllulh In l lllll)Ort otBarT,ootcfwaa.r , Re publican pn11deDUal can6bte, Tile nnator i. a CMduled to land a t U. 011ne1v1Ue Atrport at 11 :30 a..m., Friday, A Pl'HI co nf erence ti pl a nned Ill Ille pUot' I lo11111e before Thurmond wm review the Homecomllll Pan de with Mayor Howard Mcl(lnaly , a l 1 0 I (lo ld water 1upporter , nd other dtpl• tarltl, f'olJoWlnl t he 1ho pp l~ cen l er 1peec:b, Ule 1 ena t or w ill tape a ll11lf hour lele 1 0n procNm r ora t l wtdl .. t rlbu ll on by WUFT TV , Ctwal 5. He 11 expected to ttend the 81• Key Smoh r and Banquet o1nd the C ator G rowl F rid ay ntsht u su e.s t o f Ille un1v1ralty. lie may aJao wat cll hl a homt 1 t ate lt~m. UMI South C.iro lln. G.imec;ocll1, .u they metl the Uf In I lle IIOffl l• coml~ S, Land On Farm Dr. MJIJ 11 pa Hi d the RUIIIUI shot w as "j111t 1 1y1tematlc plu with 1ood e111lllffrl111. They have jult 1 bown Ulal they c an put a 1ro1ip of people up tbere and 1111taln them tor a time.' ' Dr. Mllllap, ,a id that "The a hot wu qlllte lmprH a tve , a nd dll coun11111, tor the people In NASA, but It will Hrve u an IMenthe tor them, " Gator Party Elects Segal MOSCOW (UPO Rlll a thrae l boe&ua COlmooaloU made a Hie and feather-lllbl lalld!fll ye,terday l1111de tbelr "s pa ce bu" on I collectlw tum In the nrsln landa o t Kuakhltan. 'Jbe:, bad traftled 437 , 000 mllH lo 24 boura and 17 mlnutu In matins HI ort>ttaU'Olllldtheeartll-thennt time In the lhrM-year bJltory of ,pac. truel that tlll'ff peno111 had orbited toptMr. 1be Tau l(HCY Ill ducrtblnl tllelr ludS111 ID central Alta ptapoloted for what prnioWIJ WU dHcrlbtd Ollly u I "Predeetsnated area." It uJd tilt:, a..Jdl tlltll' "coamoplaae" Voakhocl SarlN to a farm ud wen pwqd by farmen who I.DYllt tllem to Uietr bomea. TIiiy were takfttollattown of K111tmt tll -,rtlleni Kl&llldMltu. TIii Soneta baUed their rupt u "fi.W.U' ud dlllted ,pKUlaUCD It bad ellllld earller i.u lllt.elldld beuol ao.. ...... 1nlca 1 faUu'e, UIN.lOl!ftnMd npoau said llllJ 1-ad plawd to remala uae a ...._ TIie loYletl cllsclmed ...... of ... laadbll ........ boMted at ... time It ,_--., .... ,._r1cu ...,._ flley aJao Aid Voabod WU Ille foft,_r ol, o.-.. ,pace laboratortu l'rOIII flldl -ale nprelHS wtdl -ra1 aboard coeld blut off a otller plueta, Be e ..... lMd tlm tbt t..a..r IIPNd na •ar •ro ftlodt:, ud laill It 'ftl ......, wtltl I 1peda111•a. .uolWr ICJatilt, G , Mlrol,-. ol 11111 ..-..., otlcllaoN,lllaalNdRdl .,,._ ladldld jilt ...... facSIII dowft.rd. flll'lher, he H id th.ii , "'Jbey are lhH to 1pec;t.acular fe.1t1, and lhll WU another. Of courH , tbt RUlalan prop11andil m achi ne will m.tke a are t deal of It," "I l\llll J could pot~ oul," be llld , "tllat Ille Ranier loi lelute didn't photorrapti any Vodu bottles or Canu can, or at leut IOt ttme. I don't meu to wrlte lt off, bwt I'm c:e n al l\ly not Ptt.1-. .c:1 ted about II. NA.SA llu nnt-rat.e e11111Mtn," See National , State Pol itical Stor ies , Page 10 Robert 5elal, 2UC, wa elec ted new majority party floor tude r tor tlle Lesillallve Cowlc ll ILII nl1ht In I Party Ca ll(' ~ . Secal 111 u ttoao rs p r 01nm11u dent w II h aa r.ill .. ca demle averap of s. , ~nd tut yur he WU elected 10 the Counc il wllh the hjpfft num ber o t vot•I ot 111 :, candkh lAI trom the tn 1bm111 clu 1 . He ,.,.. Mned pr.vioullJ 41 an orieo utlon , roup leader .&nd 1 pellltr to r botJI f' lorkb 81111 tc.y spe..ur'• e,1re•u 1111d lbe Honor co urt, and I.I c vrr lltJY e pij,U• ci ty 11W11Pr tor U. "Dolin tor S dlOl1t1" propam . "OaJor Pany fNI• tbat Robert I.I typlUI of tlM :,o-,&.bN1 ..... of •w lea,denhlp oe lbe ColmcU floor" u:,1 a Ga&or Party ~---SEGAL


Pcge 2, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1964--~~-7 Aqua Salute Fred Karl Featured Banquet Speaker TO MISQUOTE CUSTER: "look At All Them Seminoles A'com in'" (Order Yours Soon) RepreaentaUve r red Karl of Voh11la County will be the featured speaker at the annual Alplla Kappa Pal Homecomtoe BnaJttut Srltllf day monlinr In the Untveratty 11111 Steak Room. Karl, 11n1ns b1a fo11rth term u State Rapreaantatlve, wW apaak to the UF b111loaaa tratarntty on the "Economic Growth and Dawlopment ot Florida ." He i. expectad to commt11t on the a ff ect ot the C1&>e Kenedy Space Canter on the recant 1rowth ot Florlda'• aducaUonal 1 y 1 t e m. TIie Rapr111nt atlv1 i. known lor bl a lntara at 1n education on all lavall and parttclllarly Flortda'a bllber aducatton 1 y1tem. He bu held numeroua po1IU0111 on •asta laUve ld11eat1oo commlttae1. CurJMBA Skits Held Saturday The "Pinko Band" wlll be one of the malJI feature, of the John Marahall Bu A.NoclaUOn Home comtns 1klt, Sat\ll'day morntns, TIie lllltl w1l1 be bald In an open a1r theater out.Ida the Law Scbool AudJtortum fro 10,ao a.m. toll:ao a.m. Merrel Stalntoo, cbatrmanottha alllt committee, aald that the theme of the lktll would be "That WU the Year 'niat Wu." one 1lc1t 1Dcludit1 a Mr. America ooatNt betw,an nattooal poll tlclllll, The 11cood tnvolvea a 11Un oo cuatoma of tbt U.S. 8\lpreme Court. TIie third aklt feature, a ntlrtcal re-hub of the ata ta pr Ima.rt", No admlulon wt11 be charpd ILDd everyone 11 lnY1tld to attend. reatly Karl IHarvlll(uCbalrman of the Houae Educatlon-Publlc Schooi. Commtttee. Kad atteded the UF until be en111ted u a private hi the 11r vtce 111 1942. Durlns tba war be WU comm1H10ned I 2od LllutaD• ant at apllandawudedtheSUver Star, Bronze Star and Purpt. Heart. He received b11 law decnt from Station Ulllvaralty ln 1949 , Hia c lvtc and lllillatlve clutlu have br olllbt him 1tatewtde re cocnttton. He wu awarded the ot.ttnsu11hed Service Awa.rd by the Dayton& Be a ch Jlllll o r Chamber of Co mmer ce . TIie Florida pn 1111llctad him u one ot tbt ten moat outatandlns J.ec11lalor1 tn u cb ot the put three 111110111. Florida "Trend" mqazlna 11lectld ' Karl a, 01111 of Florlda'a Mo.t lntlutntlal Men In 1982. Ria fallow lelillalora votecl him 01111 of the top tbrH mambara of both llflllattva bodlH lD 19113. Democratic ,ubtrnatorlal cao dldate, Haydon Bums, add . r111ed ll 1roup ot about 100 at Jut year•, Homecomlns jJreakfut , He alto apoke on F'1orlda'1 ed11catlonal 1y1tam, Alpha Kappa Pal, profuslollal bualDHI fraternity, recently donated over ,1,8()() to the DoU&ra for Sdlolara pro,ram. Accordloe to Pruldent Ronald Boatrlcht, tb1I repnaent, the larpat amount of money ever pven to tbt project by a 1tnsi. orpnlzatton, The fraternity railed the mooey wt trlme1ter from the 11le ot Campua Paca. Anyone wtahlns to make reaer vatlona tor the Homecomloe Brsakfut tb1a S&tlll'day 11 re queated to contact Boatrl,ltlt at FR 1-'1182, TIie braakfut bel1Da at a a.m. FRED KARL Homecoming Round-up Candidate To Speak Mayor Haydon B111'111 of Jacklon vtlle will pve anon-pol1tlcal1peech at a '1:80 breakfast elven th1a Sat urday by UF•a Pbl Delta Pbl Jeral tratenllty , Che1tertteld Smith, president o t the Flortda Bar A1soclatlon, wlll Introduce Burna at the meettoe at the Holiday Inn. TIie IUlltl will lncludeSen.Spei1nrd Holland,Sen.Oeor,eSmathera , Gov. Farris Bryant, State Supreme Court Campbell 1bornall and Stephen 0'Co1111el and Florida'• Att. a.n. Jlmmy Keynes. Mr. Thomson .... pl.ease!" Please tell me how you manage to make me loot so great tm campus. The only thiug I ca11't pass 110w is a crowd of boys . Those vertical stretch pants follow the sleek li11e of most resista11cc . And guara11tec tht' least rcsi s ta11<.e 011 c ampus . The11 , t o tal re covcq (onl y the pa11ts , Mr . Thomson , not th e bo)s) . The renc, actin11 of )O ur proportioned s tret c h jlilllls is K'w111l 0111> to tlit' r e fle:1. actio11 of drat Ps)ch ma jo r l \e hacl my e)c 011. , \11d the fit! Mr . Tl,umson , please , l11m did ) llll J{Ct them tu fit so well ~ I adore )OU , Mr . Thomson! -------------------------------RUDDY'S Gainesville, Florida rt c "r ,r,o \lr ____ r11R,, 1 or Ilk 11111\1,0\ l'\\1\ ,111 I r;!ftl OJ \\ r; 'IU Trll \\10\ 1 1r; \!Rf.I\ II ClOL . 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Preparation tor the show 1>11an at the beJillllinC of tb1s trlmeater, Club members choreo rraplled and arranpd costum1111 tor the entire procram. AddlJC to the water ballet wW beOrcbtsla, a modern dance croup, which will dance lntroductlona to several of the nwnbers. Need HOMECOMIN ESERVATION ? Call HOLIDAY MOTEL Bronson, Fla. SPORTSMEN'S CYCLE CENTER 486-2121 617 N. Main St. SUZUKI Soles & Service nly 30 min. from Cam~ State Highwa y 24 Exciting New Designs ~psa,ke DIAIV\C>NO RINGS Tru e artistry is expressed in the brill iant f as hion styling of every Keepsake diamon d en gagement ring . Each se tting is a masterp iece of d esign, reflecting the full brilliance and b eauty of lh e ce nt e r diamond ... a perfect gem of flaw l ess clarity, fin e co lor and meticulous modern cut. Th e name, Ke e p s ake , in the rin~ and on th e ta g is your ass uran ce of fine quality and last ing s at is f ac t ion. Your very personal Keep sake is awaiting your sele c tion at your Keepsake Jeweler's stor e . Find him in the yellow pages 11n der " Jewelers ." Prices from $100 to $2500. Rings enlarged to show beauty of detait.&rra de mark registered . ----------, NOW TO PUN YOUI DIUCUfflfT ANO WEDD III; : P'-ow send MW 20-pc19e booklet , " How T o Plan I You, Engcigement ond Wedding " and,.,,.., 12 ... I full tolo< foldet, both to, only 2St . Alto , ,.,.d I lpee i ol offff of beour,ful 44 PQ9e 81,de ' 1 ec,ok . I I I -----------1 I ,..___ ______ ___ I I I I C,ty $1ol .__ I I. KH'SAK( DIAMOI) RINGS, SYMCUSl. N Y U~ J -----------------


FU forms Commillee For Internationals Wedn sdoy, Oct . 14 , 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3 A new Florida Union Committee bu been formed. Tbe lnternatJonal R0&t Commit tee, which was part o t the Florldll Blue Key, ls now a new campua committee . Tills ortanlzatton was rormed to help orientate UF l o rel(n stude nts to the ca mp us and tobe lp themfeel at home bere . "The aoat ot Ute committee 1s to stimulate an a-reness ol the multi cul tur al nature o f the worl d and to Involve studen t s In actlvttJes that will brtnc them l nto co nt act with s tudent., ot other nattona," Nancy W elnburi, the commlttee chairman, sa ld. "'Jbls ts done wttb Ille be ll et th a t l ncr eued knowledp and com munlcaUons wtll provide mutual respect and Ullder standlrc a m onc the st udenta o f the wor ld , " she a dded, ID the put this bu been done on a person to per son bas1s with each U.S. student betnc aas l(ned a foretcn student . "We a re looltlnr tor new members and new Idea s ," Nancy stated , Foretcn stu d ents a nd U.S . students w Is b In If to a pply tor me mbltr sb ip cu .4o 10 by coinc to Room 315 In the Florid a Union. Fl NAL PREPARATIONS for the Florido Players' 'Red Roses For Me' are cur rently under way. /lklry Stephenson makes finishing ' touches on Poula ,',,\oret's SG Office Active Studen t Government' s (SO) Sec retary or Labor, Bob DeLoach, ls one of the mo s t acttve members of the c urrent a dmlnlstntton, DeLoach sta rted with a very dlaor&anli:ed otrtce, revamped It and turned It Into one of the most active offices on the F Io r Id a Union's 'Iblrd Floor. He bas obtained an a dvlllor on the admtnlstratlv e s taff and orpn lzed an underaecretartal staff, He bu ,tarted three 11ew burea111, tnclud tnc: SC employment service, SG personal se ntce bureau a nd SC talent service, De Lo ac h II the sen ior repre Hntatlve from the Amer I can society or Civil E11&tne,rs to the Benton Enctnee rtrc Council . HELP YOUR FRIENDS SHAK E THE CIGA R ETTE HABIT THE EAGLE WAY : WEAR A TROMBLEE! O NE school of motivational theory holds that the popularity of button-down collars stems from fear that somebody will steal your necktie . If that is so , what better way to keep friends from snitching your cigarettes than a button-down pocket , too ? * So don't delay ; " A Tromblee in time sav es nine," and occasionally the whole pack . * If you yourself arc still trying to stop or cut down, try a Tromblee . Jt beats the hell out of will power . * The first s tep is to buy a triple• button-down Tromblcc, for about S7 . 00 ; in white and various co nservative colors and s tripes . * As to the name, it is to honor Mr . Douglas Tromblee of Baytown , Texas. where it is no-coot weather oftener than not . Over the years he ha become an authority on using s hin pockets to carry things in . We therefore sough t his opinion on button down flap pockets . He thought it was the worst idea he had ever heard of . H aving de c ided to fly in the face of his judgment the lea s t we can do is name it for him . So there 's a Tromb l ee in yo ur future if not in Tromblee 's. •We cot the urr ., bu tton Crom the bad. of the co ll~r : Inm o n , do n ' t ar ow o n tree, . you ._now l!A O LE SHlllTMAKEIIS , QUAKEllTOWN , P ENNSYLV ANIA ) 'Red Roses' Play On Chalk Setting On a aet chalked In on tho floor, with chain lo r•preaent erythhl( from tl'llllk1 to tablu, "Red RoMs for J,11," by S011 O'Cuey, Is bellll tnnaformed by Or, L.L. Zlmmerm•n, dlr•ctor, trorn wrtttn word Into llvlnc theatn, "Roi"," belnc prt~enled tn Hall, Oct. 23, and Oct. 211-Sl, ts bulcally the story ol one man•• role In J 1913 trllh rallrolld atrlke. lllhtrent are conructtnc vlewa of Illa, acceptance, 111apalr, action, and Ide a lism. But tn that context ex lit many ottk!r co nfli cts, .and tht show bu moments of hlch trtsh comedy u well u tlmeaotmovlrc dr a ma. The central character Is A yamo n Breydon, p h ye d by Georre Sprinkel, W. He II a IOdal ref o rm t,al1er helplQC to orranu.e the ,trtke. Hts motht>r, Lolita Hemmtnc , , au C I not only worried aboUt the , trike, but u a IOOd Prote1tant , Is also worried about A ya mon '• relatJonshtp with Shella M ou r n •en , 11. Catho lic, played by 01 PeltNy, 4AS, ReprHenttrc oppo,ltlon to the s trik e 11 tnapector F lnc tu . Por tray e d by Don Deml'ff, SAS. Flnclu ts rupo111lbte t o r halttnr tb4I strike. The only rea l moderat lD( force II the Proat .. tallt Rector, Jim Mulholland, 7AS, In the mldtl o f a ll this are varto111 characters who not only 1nrl1h the a c tion, but alao are partlculll'ly entertatnt111 , For In• ,ta.nee, there ts Brennan on the Moor who ts played by C harUe Harper, 4AS, The only th i ne It Hems Brennan II lnter11ted In II the Bank of Ireland. Betnr I lood Protes t ant, he takes pertlcuLir delJcht tn arrutnc reltrton wttti Roory , who II a ataunch Ca tholt c pla)'td by Rlcll S cb111ter, 4AB, and MulcaMy , a rood athtlat played by Alan Henderson, IUC, "RoHs" looks to be a blfhly lnterwllrc and ellltiertatntnc ehow. The complH Ntl and llrhUnc de •trns ot llelU'J lwanaon. ud the unique co.,t111111J11 ot Mary lltlll)tlen son wtll peaUy aJ4 Z immerman•• '11ual 1tatemeall ot the real ud Ideal IOU OlibUo. nwts C SII be obtalned only by mutnc ,...rnttou at 11111Yen&t, enensloa 2171, and then pAcldllf them 111> the nlpt Of performance. GA TORCLASS IFIEDSSELL GATORCLASSIFIEDSSELL GATORCLASSIFIEDSSELL Cape Kennedy Tour Planned The Flor i da Unio n Recreation C ommltt H haa m.i~ arnnp ments with the John F. Kel\Mdy Space Center to conduct a ,pedal tour or Cape Kennedy and the ,.,. speceport under cons truction on adjacent Merritt Ialand, The tour Is 1ched uled to leave the Union at e o.m. on Saturday, Nov. 14 . tttnerary Include• a brlel!RI with protocol officers, and commantary NASA otrtclall who wtll rutde the tour. After the thre• hour tour, the 1roup wtll haq dinner In OrlaDdo and expect to 1'9turn to OalnenUle by l0p,m. The eoet of the HO mtle trip 1 1 ta per person. Each tndMdual ts .. peeled to pay tor !Us own meals , The Depertment otOefeRN does not allow c:am•ru oa the bue. lt la allo 1 tlpulat•d that v1sltora be U.B , cllluns ace II or over, Reserv.attons may be made by catllrc Ht, 2741, or In Room 31 ll Florida Union. o ad 11 ne tor peyment ta Monday, Nov, a. Pachner Art Exhibit Here The Flne ArU Commit of UM! Florlda Ulllocl preNlltl aaeidllblUon ot Ule wor1r of peinter WWtam Pachaer o, Clearwater. Pa.choer wu bon la 1 9 1 !1 lnCuch oslovakla , and arrived In I.he United States u art dlredor ot Eequtre iwo days after Hitler lnv~ded his CQUlllry, In 104 8 he c onfirm d the report Ulat tl&h t r1latlvH had bl!en eidtrmlnated 111 Nazi ooacentr11tton campt, "' , ... UII IUCCHll\ll commu c lal carwr to becom• 111 rtts1 . Pachw: r wrote , "From now 011 I 1ball 111• whatevar 1tn• I hJvt to bear wltntH to my uperlenr•," TIK' e xhibition tn Bry , u1 Lounc• wt ll ii. on di sp la y until Oct , 30. -----------FLA. UNION BARBER SHOP Basement Of f'la . Union Open : 8-5 PM M-F 8-12 PM Sat . 5 p.~ , N C Licensed J,,. '-I, Barbers /t-( 1 f'ree tlalrcut Alf Given Dally


Page 4, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1964 OPINI@>N E DITORIALS: Board Of It,•~nl~ Propo~e,1 lt'1 IOOd policy to place propoaed amendmenta, local la5U es and the like on the Novembfor ballot. Tbls Insures a Jarre voter turn-out and thtntfore a better chance that the true opinion of "the people" will be vote. ln, Da,1d KeDMdY , MarUyn Brtdllln . Llz Brenr, Gretchen \ ',1 ndenBu1 , David Rope s , Terry Roprs, S111le Halb.i ck, Cas t on, Pam Brow, Jellrey Dtnllewalter, Dtck Dennis, BeVf'rh F' ..ib.-r. Dick Scbnllder, Gnr, BIIMY Cioldbtrt . Kathi Bl;irw ) . Sue Dabb l e. THE FLORIDA ALLlGA TOR Is the o ttlda I student neWJ paper ol tbe Ulllvenlty ot Flortcl.a and .. published rtve tlmu ll"ffkly t.llcept dlartllc May, June and July when It IS publish~ sem1weklJ. OalJ eclltorl all represent tti. offi ci al opinion ot The AWcator. Col11111111 ntpnltnt onty the oplnlona ot their a uthor s , TIie AWptor la entered u 1tcond dasa matter ;it tllf l'n lt tJ StatH Poet otrtce at GallW1vtUt . NEW DEAL NOV. 3? Politics APODOSIS (Growl No Show' RI CK SCHUSTE R Co lumni st Now do not ret me wrong I like Homecomtnr. Bulcally , th1J ls, The Parade ls kind of nice to watch, and It cets you out of class early on Friday. Theo there are the JMBA skits and all that, which ue tun. But Growl la pretty much of a boor. It seems that "The Wor ld' Larr es t All Student Produced Show," or however they b tl l themselves, ls mor e con cerned with belnc larre, than IOOd, In many respect, Crowl utte n from massive l ack of of tmartnatl on , And so far thla ye ar , there are two SCHUSTER rood lndlcatlons th1a year's Crowl wlll s o s ult er, Tbe first Indi catio n was the lack of response for talent tryouts, This lack WU well publicized, and the Alllptor even editorlal.lz:ed on It. Consequently, I hope the Growl staff dtd not s ink too low Into medlocrlty to nu up time. At least we don't h a v e to look fo rward to Bernadette Castro again. She I s n't ln school, Then there were sk it tryouts. This year saw a new low hit ln the poorness of eldts. Ther e were only two really IOOd &kits and o nly one of them made Growl . Add the probable furth e r censorlnr, and y o u ret a bland a ddition to a bland Crowl. In addition to partylnc befor e, durlnr and after Crowl, there are only a coup le o f saving rrace1 to our rttuallzed, bastardized pep r a lly. Some of the blrh sc hool bands that perform a re pretty LETTER: ~Poor (onl ri hut ion s EDITOR : Notlclnc the conelltently, lndeed lncreulnrly, poor contributions to your lett e r co lumn , we wllh to express the fervent hope that the let ter of Miss Barbara Keller, d a ted Oct. 8, represents the bottom point o f thll cyc le. We also hope that her lett e r Is not Indicative o t the knowledre she has r aine d In her nrst two years at thi s uni vers ity , Enrllsh courses Included, We c h ar itably pref e r to believe that the combinatio n of pen and p a per h as a laxative e tt ect upon her. Mel Grossman Erle Warner (E DTTOR'S NOTE: 1'wo qeq a eo bqan the runntnc o f a weekly eo Jumn by S tude nt's For Cold water. TbJI offer ,ru also 1tv en tbe JohllloD camp. Tb.Ls wu done wtth the kin that wwouldpruent, lD th1t way, two eq\111 prenotaU0111 of opinion. Al of yet, only co lumns trom tbe Goldwater people baw WII 1ubmJtttd . Wt will cooUnut to rllD thtN U looc II lbty a re 11 ven to 111 with or wtthovt a. lce trom tbe other 1ldtJ IOOd, And ot course, the fireworks are always good for a t e w ooh's and ahh's, The words of a tlred 1lll yeu old who had Just gone throurh her first Growl s umm ed the whole thine up pretty well "The bands were okay, but I didn't Uke those commercials ln between." Since Growl, like all of Homecom ing Is destcned mo s Uy to lmp relS alumni, "co m mercial" ls an apt word. But It ls euy to Impress alumni ready to be tmpres s ed. I apprec i ate the technical work that goes Into Growl, but enjoyment of It ,comes Qnly through the participation In the ritual ot attending, In strlvtn( tor s ophisticati on, Growl has lost Its s pontaneity a nd pep r a lly atmosphere . By the way, I've written a Growl s kit, and all I need la a rroup wmlnr to produce IL The problem: It needs 200 rl rls who can tap dance In slx inches of water, and three Virgins. LETTER: Go. Go. Go EDITOR: After Iha Inspired performance of the Gator s Saturday, gtvtq all credit due to the " D est r u c ti v e Defense" and "Rampaglns Offense , " who would doubt that the "Go, Go, Go ' s", the " Dupe , Dupe, Dupe's", etc. had a hand In helping the team demoralize and cnish "Ole Miss?'' How many rames have you" stood" throucti ? I, tor one , believe the fellas want thl s support In Tuscaloosa the 24th of October . They need It , and they deserve It, Here' s some i,itormatton usetul tn plannl lll the trip: T ick ets $5.00 each to be obtained tn the ticket otrlce In lobby o . f the stadium prtor to departure, Distance One Wa:J ApproxJmately430mll es, dependent on route. Time, One Way Nine or ten ho urs cons lder tnr stops, s peed, route, etc, Note: One hour Is rained Solnr from this tlmtf zone to the other , Game Ttme 2:00 P,M. CST. Gu C onsiderations, Round Trip Avr, 15 m.p.(., Re1, Cu $19,00, Premium Gas $22, 00; Avr. 20 m,N, Rec, Gas $14.00, Premium Ciaa $18,50; Avr , 25 m.p.r., Rer. Gas $11 . ~, Premium Cias $13,00. Route : 1 75 North to Valdolti , Ga., US 84 West to Dothan, Ala. , us 231 N. west to Monteomery, Ala., US 82 N. Weal to Tusca• loose, Ala. By s leepllll Friday from clus-end untU mldnlCht, l1lell ltavtnc for 'l'll9caloola (packlnr a lunch HVH Ume mODtJ), you arrtve lbtre arolllld ten o'clock Saturday; lD plenty of time for lunch, et c . , and you saved a motel bill. Tlklnr rupo1111ble passe11ctr1 c:utl lndl vtdual ru coeta, and mues It poutble to ntwn bome lmlMdSaMll.y after the p-, tutar turn1, c1rt.iar and IN8Pl ... It's thll last "fa.r" away, ... , ud It lbol&ld b e lp tbe team to loot IC) aDd blow tbl IIOiM tsn•t all fontp. B11.111 cowt)ella , caDDtd borns, and lots of aptrlt de c orp,. Set J'OU the rt. w. E. Deloom,a. a:c


LETTERS: Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1964, The Florido Alligator, Page 5 'Goldwater Offers Opportunity' ED ITOR : At the t let ine make clear my 1\lll)Ort ot the rl&ht of the tree to be Ille wlce of lta CODIUtUlents . However, I undentand that the Alllptor belonp to the 1tudent body, A l 1ucb, It 1bould renect tha oPlllk>III of the atudenta. WIMIN doel the editorial stiff sa1n the rlpt to 1ay what the p111ralcampuaoplnloo II? I haw not been consulted and I doubt that &QYOne elH bas. Under your peculiar 1talll9 it would ,..m to me more appropriate that you adopt a neutral 1tand and prlat both 1ldes of the llluu, Tbere an many llsues at In thll election. Ci.&rly, however, tbe primary llaue Lt whether or not we Intend to stop the communists' drtve for world domination. For, If they ,ucceed, then no loncer will be any lesal lssue1. Tbe Johnaon admtnlltraUon (as well as the Kennedy and Eisenhower admlnlatrattonsbefore It) 1tand tor a stqnant level ot nuclear ca pacity In the face of Soviet and Red CllineN Increases. They tell us that our nuclear 1trencth la the creatut In hl1tory but fall to mention that our relative 1treacth ll lowe1t. Tills nectect of nuclear development ls Juattftedllllderthelabela of "rellevlnc world tensions" and "preservlnc world peaee," Hu It? Furthermore, wbat Yalue 11 our "nuclear deterrent" wben It comes with a cuarantee that we will never use It? Does this stem communist ascresslon? These same admlnlatrattons haft stood for "neeottatlons" to preserve peace. I s ubmit that necottatton Implies that each party has aome thtnc wblch they are prepared to trade . But communist coDCesslon la ruled out before we ever reach the conference table and the U.S. appeases the bear by feedinr him countries and human be Inca neither rtChtfUUy controls. We thereby assume the role o f a COd who doles out freedom at the wblm of the devil. When we assume the role of tree world leader, we must also assume the reaponslbWty to protect It from communist ~oouhl~ Talk?' EDITOR: 1be chancellor of the Honor Court, Gerald L. Richman, bas 1tnce the bectnnlns of lhla trimester, harped upon the lrresponalbl!Uy of the Student Body tn reporttnc vtotaUona ot the Honor Code. Quote article In Sept. 8th Alllptor, "0,K., then you are the reason aie system la a f ailure." 'lbe entire system reata upon the trust pl aced ln you a nd ever y other student lo report vto laltons ol the Honor Code." In a later article on Oct. I lt was stated, ' 'Richman aa ld he found tanruase students taklnc qulzes wllh their books open. --Richman said he did not take any atlldeota' names when he observed them cbeattnc because this la not the function or the Honor Co urt ." Isn't this a little bit of double talk? Doesn't the Chancellor as a Florida student, have the same responslblllttea Ill the rest of the student body or ls he above us all? In Rlchman' s own words, (Sept. 8th) "The responalbtUty la the same." We have also talked with Dean Hale's otrl~ and been Informed that It II" Ulepl ror anyooe" to have alcoholic beveraces on cam pus. Students have been Informed that campus pollce w'll be cbeckinc containers at the to studen t (October 17th ) , Who wtll be cllf'ck~the "West Stands" tor "Vio l ators o r the law ?" We wonder? TY Lee E . Mar,h, 5AR Benny T. Ryan, SAR Norman B. Nyary, !!AS Sid Parrott, MR lb.Ian S, O,Wll, SEC HI-Fl RA DIOS HOME & AUTO PHONOGRAPHS aure11lon. No wondtr we have lolt our alllea' re,pect . We haft 1 hown that we wtll not stand by them ln foul 'Mlatber, l 1Ubmlt that feedlnS the commllll1st cancer only tncre1111 lll srowth and enhanoes lta -.ppttlte. Ask youraeh11 wbo wW aatlaty lta ~Ute when we no lonpr have otbe r pe01>1 1 to feed It, Some believe that democracy and commun11m wtll srldually evolve toward one another unW they are compatible. Ood help ua, the factl 1Mm to bear th.II out. The trouble ta that It ls a unilateral noluUon. The communlatl bave not modltled their pblloaopby or tlltllr ,oal of world sluery, but only their met.boda. 'nlethtne l fear moat II oot nuclear wu (the communlltl recocntu that DO o .. can win a nuclear war) but ralber tbe d-r wbell u. s. phlloaophy II "compatible" wtth communllm. Foronthatda,, communism wl.11 have only o .. modlftcaUon. They wlll DO lo~r seek world domtnalloa, they will have achieved ltl Barry Goldwater often 1.11 the opc,ort\lDlty to revene tbe tide of communist oppression by meeUns It with dectatv. ntbuttall and the will to win wherever lt Its 11111 Mad. He a dvocate s as I.he ooe real deterrent a stronc and ever a trencthenltW nuc . lear and conventional capabWty coupled with the will to use It when necessary to preserve freedom . Thia la the real campa.lp tasue. U )'OIi are aauaned with our present resreaa ap.tnatoom muntsm , then vote tor the man who hu demonstrated be ha, the melhodl which wt1l Insure Its con tin uation. U you tear war moN than you value your freedom (and your chlldru'a freedom) then 'ta tor the man who bu dllpla)'ed Ri<-hman An~wf"r-.. A letter Just •une•ted that w baq t 1eut one proctor per two bundnd at\deota lll Walbr Auditorium. It lib a CNat llita at tlr'lt clance. A Hybrid: An BollOr System wWI prodon too. Comb!Dt the but tatuna ot botL Res ul t: Not enoup proctors to do a rood Job; st:ldlla who won't enforce the Honor S,st•• IJec:a_ wlth proctors arollnd, It ahoald be llle pn,dor'a Job to prev.nt dleatlllc; ud turtller couracement of apathy on t.tae part ol atlldeota with reprd to asawn1111 rfflJC)MlbUlty lll the socJety of the IIDlvenlty. Tbe che.1ter wollld ba1'1 a far bett.raltuatlon: Instead ot btlllS W81')' ot any one ot two bundnd 1 11.denta who mtsht obserw him and honor their respo . nslbWty Wider tbt Honor Syatem, all tbe chu ter hu to do Is avoid the slance ol one proctor, whoM •-hereabouu and sue ll readily discernible. Your proposal la not iww , totr. prlmle. It h u been re jectecl both In principle and ln practic e . O f course, wt could m rely UH more proctors and do away with the Honor Syatem, but aa hube,ntxplainedlnlll4'paatby numeroua survey,, even I.he beat proctor ,ys tem, do not nen make a dent In c!Mtatlns, and a t most art comparabl• to lneUtdhe Ince untverslt, Honor Sy1tem1. OUr ,oaJ, IJlltead , II to cradwlly Hlablhh an e ff ective Honor S)'lttm btre at the Untveralty of FlorkU . Some ot UI believe lh : U wllh bard worll on our put and cooperation from the faculty by not p~ortnc e_xam, Uld thua con luslnC s llldtnll about when and wtlere they ahould oper.ite under an llonor S)'lltm, we can acht.v, thl a coal. Ger.1.ld F' . Richman Ch.1.ncellor o r the Honor Court COLLEGE RADIO SHOP 817 W UNIVERSITY AVE. FR 6-5333 loans up to S600 222 W. Univ. Av• that he IIC)l)0&1a the aame tud, U JOU r.l that our conatttutton wu. wrltten to be IINd u a tool to promote that aame trend In J'OW' owa country, tben ~te ft>r tha edmlnl1tratlon wtllcb 1upport1 that pollcy, S\arely, then, 1011 mlllt 'IOtll tor JoluiaOD aad COWlt the number of llmfl J'OII an elven that ft'ffdom to chooH In tile M\lre. But ti you want to'" a retlll'll to oonatttutlonal eowrnment, wblcb bu ln the paat worked to maintain ,our freedom from 10wrnmental oppre11lon, cootroll and ucea .. •i ti JOU want lo fll1t1ll your respoMlblllty to p111 011 10'lf freedom lrom thJI ,eneratton lo tbe next; ti JOU want to item tile ot tbe oom mlllllat diseue, lhen 1\U"ely ywm111tYOtelodllcoat1nlal the pruent trend and hwlall the man who bu cle.ate

Page 6, The Florido Alligator, Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1964 2 GREAT CO BINATIONS: Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7 Tony's Pizza ORANGE AND BLUE AINESVILLE AND YOU Load it up, chef! Ken Stollings, a UF student and port-time e mplo yee, pl.'ts the finishing touches on the most delicious pizza in town--from Tony's Pizza, conveniently loc ated at 1308 West University Ave. across from the university's main entrance. Also featured at Tony's are Italian submarines and the famous 15 homburgers--try some today I Quik Save Dis c oun t Save Save Save Conveniently I You'll find hundreds of sundries at di sc:oun t prices at the new Ot ik Save Discount in Carolyn Plaza, 1620 West University Ave. across from campus. Up to 40 per ce n t off on every t hing from sun glosses to tooth paste, from birthday cords to aspirin. Toke o tip from Ann Curtis (left) and Koren Roberts--sove quickly at Quik Save Discount. University City Bank Ann Curtis, Alpha Chi O me d go, emonstrotes the convenience of drive-in banking at the Uni v ers i t City Bonk-" Your Nearest Bank ro Campus" UCB's drive-in windows o re open 9 : 30 to 3 Monday thrv ~ursdoy, 9:30 to 6 on Fr i da y. Sav e ttme and en1oy convenience--bon k from your car at the Un ive r sity C i ty Bonk, 1116 West Un i vers ity Avenue. . Gainesv ille Coe ola Bottl i ng C o . I " Things Go Bet ter With Coke'. by Gainesv i lle Coca-Co lo Bo Ann Curtis wo t ch the modern during a tour of t he loco l plart Throughout Ga i n esville, whe ot the game or tak ing a break Coke--Thi ngs Go Bet t er With nd here ' s wher e it's bottl e dng Com pany. Som Santo s a nd ling p ro c ess i n fascination 9'19 Ea st Univer s ity Av e nue . you're on campus or downtown, study , remember to a s k for The student newspape r ot lJf The Gator Bo t what's this our photographer hos ca ug ht? ou gue ued it. Its focul ty, staff , 1 and h' for t"st udent " paper . Moybetheyre administrators reoc ,ng I fi among the Gator's a vid C i e d ad followers. Fremacs One of the largest selections of ivy and traditional clothing in Gaines ville is ot Fremacs--and what's more, it's yours ot reasonable prices. Fremocs Ivy Shop features the latest styles in everything from belts examined here by Joy Scheck, Plii Kappa Tau--to suits. Stop by soon at 112 West University Ave . Mr . M i t ch e ll' s S hoes Jona McCord, Kappa Delta, receives ossi s t ance from o courteous cl erk as s h e tr ies on o pa i r of qu ality N i na flat s a t M r. Mi t che l l ' s, 1127 Wes t University Ave . (across from M cColl um ' s Drugs.) Men wil l find a wide selecti o n of styles by J a rmon. Visi t t hi s c o nve n ient st o re soo n fo r a wide s ele c t i on of q u al ity shoes in l at es t s t y l es . Barkley Motors Som Santos points out Barte I e y Motors' large sel e c t i on of sports c ars to A n n C u rt i s and K ore n l

Page 8, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1964 GATOR CLASSIFIEDS. Wanted I ( For Sale I f For Sale 11 Autos 11 Services ROUND TRIP to hnncola, Fla. LenlDc Thursday at 11:00 p.m. or tbenafter; returnlor by 7:10 clulN Monday, Oct. 10; Wm, L, Woody 831 Tbomaa E. Phone 8729177, (C-29-ltp), ONE MALE STUDENT to abare 2 tarp room• and priv ate bath with two atlldtntl, 13S.SS per month Set at 104 8, w . 8th Strut. (C-2Uf-nc), For Rent ~E SINGLE ROOM tor malt atudent, I block from umpua. Hot and cold water tn room, $3'7.00 per month . 117 N. w.17tb Street. (B-27-llt-p). DET E CT IVE .. . LOVER . . . AND 1911 TAMAHA, electric, 210 cc. New b&tt.ry, recently Umed, timed, adJ111ted. For we, $448. Terma nailable at $15 mo . Call 87& lOlZ after 11:00 p.m. ( ao-St-p). SELLING UNUSED SET ofFamoua Artlah' School. Three blJ comrnerclal art lnatructioo boou, Alldor $110, Course coat $&00, S.. JulJo at 1113 NW 2Dd Ave. (A20-st-c), 1082 OE Ml 11.zt ela<:trlc ra.ap , lllctlltat, $80. Alao Kenmore a uto matic wuber $1111, Call 378-2118' after 11:80. (A-29-st-c). FULL SET OF GOLF CLUBS1 2 lbJ'II 9 lrona, 1 lbru 4 wooda , baf, putter. Sacrlftct tor $80 , Don, 2-1001, (A•ZB-st-c), '11'4 l . , . W X< ' l'() IIJtl' . TOGETHER WITH i GIPI UJWJBRISIDA 1982 ZUNDAPP ZGOcc. Electrtc atarter. Muat 11U. $825, Call4883237 after II. (A-Z'1t-c), Personal "RED ROSES FOR ME" Oct. 22 2 4, 29-Sl. RatrvaUolll only. Ext. 2871, (J-29 -tt-oc). I Lost & Found I LOST: In Matberly-S ll wr Ronson Butane Ltchter, lnlttala L.J.B, Very wortby reward tor much valued article. Call Lee 29383 or 2 04?9 , (L-29-5t-p), LOST : Betie cowboy bat In troot of Jennt111s Hall Sat. oJchl , Reward. C all 872-7427 after 8.(L-28-3tc) . -H .. ,..., -' •ltl . ,.,,_ ._ ,.., NOW! 2 COLOR HITSI OPEN 8:SO SEE BOTH AB SHOW 7:00 LATE AS 8:00 AT ?:00 OUT 9:45 u Y' Jerry Lewis "THE PATSY" neRGMHNAY 19_ ~" TI-1 0 CINe:MASCOPt! :\ll S lT " MUST SELL, REDUCED $50 each, FRATERNITY 6 SORORITY '80 TR-10 4 dr., RAR $325. '57 BOOKKEEPING. CompleteNnict TR-ll WW, boot cover, to1111e1u, ' tDclud.lDC prepuattoo of monthly JU.ff $525, 2-&471 after ll p.m, quarterly reports, Call 8'12Aak for Mike In Rm . Ill, (G-2811200. (M-20-5t-c). 5t-c). SUN-ROOF-VWSEDAN 1084,Llkt new, wbJte, ndlo, aeat belts. $15911, Pbooe 3'72-4788. (G-28llt-c) . 19118 FORD Excellent condJttoo, e cy ., 1ttcll: abut, radloaodbeatu, PbODe 2-8538. (0-28-3t-c) . 1959 TR-3. B lack, radio & beat e r, ww . 44,000 mlle a , $8110 or best o tt er. 8-8749 , (G -29 -st-c). '5 7 FORD F-5 00 , T-Blrd spec, V-8, 3 1peed. Auto -trans . , ndlo, beat.r, lood tires, Hce ptl oo all:, clean. $800 . C all 3711-6921 after 5 p.m. (0-2 4-5t-c ) . 1983 KARMAN-GHIA 18,000 mllea AM -FM radi o, perfect condition. $1,950, Call University Ext, 2 83 2 . (G 25-tt-nc), 19119 CHEV, IMPALA 4d r -ht., red Ind wblte, V-8, powers l lde , PS, JU.JI, WSW tires, clean. $850 , Phone 372-72?6 after 5 weekdays. ADyUme weekends, (G-27-3t-c). WANTED DESK CLERK U N IVERSITY IN N HOURS 3 to 10 Days To Be D i scu s sed Exper i ence prefe r red ust be personable I A pply in person I lAST TODAY I HORSEMEN AND HORSEWOMAN Pltue ceue pbo~ to ull to rent hor111 bert, TEPEE RANCH IS NOT A LIVERY STABLE. It II tbt place wbtre tbt moatuperleocecltQUH trlu tutructor In Florida rtws Individual (NOT CLASS) elementary and adn.Dctd tnstruc tt on In all bran cbu of boraemanablp to entb111la.stle bectoolnC or a dvanced 1tudlntl of bot.b HUS all aps. A f e w v a canclea now tor additional U you brlDc your horse you w11l pt both tnstructed Jor the price of one. Colooel Terrlll E.(Tarry) Price, Tepee Ranch, WllliBtI Road Juat north of Speedway . Telephone 7 to 9 P,M. 872-5844. (M-29-31-c), PROFESSIONAL TYPING dorw la my home. By DICTAPHONE beltl or copy wo n.Medi cal Term1DO l oCY pused . On a ppr ovedGraduate11at, Call Mra. Lyons aoyttme 8-7160. (M-29-lt-c), AUTO PARKING avallable behind G a tor Groom e r Coln Laundry. $5 , 00 per month, Apply at Gator Groomer Coln Laundry. (M21-tt-c), WANTS TO KEEP CHILDREN two yeara ot aie on. WW also do week n!Jbt baby 1lttlnc, C all 3711-0406, (M-24 5 tc) . MILLER & SONS AUTO Palntlnc Shop, all cars $29 . 95; body work , We have mov e d to 1619 s . E. Hawthorne Road . Al l wort suaranteed. (M-t3-20t-c). BABYSITTING Enlllnp udweek ends, Furnish own transportation. Call 6-0340. (M-28 Zt-c) , AS YOU LIKE IT, CHARLIE BROWN THE NEW HA#1111 FEATU~S: l:2S 4 : 05 6:25 8:55 Co,,, i "II IERGMAN'S WINTER LIGHT I CARTOON 800Kf ~C-111 .sallr I Otf. Y ,, -=......................


___ Campus News Briefs Wednesdoy, Oct. 14, 1964, Tho Florida Alligator, Page 9 T exaslnvestigator Fine Arts Exhibit The Flot Art.Commtttffot tile Florida Union Is present1111 the palntlnp of Wllllam Pachller tn conjunction with the edllcaUon department of the RillelinC Museum of Art, 1be ExhtblUon wlli be on d!spl&y In the Bryan Lounre, Florida Union, until Oct. 30. SGE Meets S trma G a mm a EpsUon meet, tomorrow nl Jbt at 8 p.m. 1n 104 Floy d Hall. Dr, Fnn cls H of the Hlltory Depart ment will speak on ''Fosalls and th e Problem of Htstorlca.l Tlme." 'Jb e public Is tnvlled. YAF Meets The Hon, Georre B. Stall ings of the state l&Jfalature will spealt to the Yollll( Amert cans for Freedom and Students tor Goldwater tonlJht at 7:30 p.m . ln the Florida U n Ion Auditorium. 'Ibe topic ts "From Colon ialism to Socialism." All stude nts and faculty are cord lallY Invited to attend. Educati o n D ames 1be Educauon and Physical Education Dames will hold their reJular monthly meeting toniJht at 8 p.m. All student wives are cordially Invited to attend the meeting, Tbe meet tnJ wlll be held at Dean and Mrs. Kimbell Wiles, 2221 NW third Pla.ce, Dean Wiles will speak. BA Dames Bus Int Administration Dames meet tonight at 8 p.m. at the borne of Mrs. Donald Hart, 2217 SW third Place. A ,,,m meet at the Centucy Tower Parkl~ Lot at 7:40. The speaker will be Mrs. Butler, representative ol Merle Norman. Dames Meet Journalism Dames will meet tonicht at the home ot Mrs, Don Grooms, 1423 NW 8th street al 8 p.m, The speak er wtll be AUredo Rodrlcuez, a UF student who took part In the Cuban Bay of Pip Invasion. Circle K Meets There will be a C ir cle K meet!QJ tonlJht at the home o f Prof John P, J one s . AU m e m bers ar e re minded to meet In the lobby o t the Florida Union at 6 o• clock. All members a r e requested to be present at this meettnr. Sat ety Course A "baby I It tar" Safety TralnlOJ C ourse will be offer ed by the Women's AwdUary to Alachua Cowity Medical SocJety. Lessons will be held ln the J. Hlllls MWer Health C enter Aud1torlum Crom 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Monday nilht Oct.19 to Nov, 18. The c ourse Is ottered tree and all Interested persons are encourared to &cttend. PH Dames Pharmacy Dames will mMt t the borne or Mr Carl Joh4so11, nu NW 7 Pu~, at 8 p.m. tontJht. AU WIIIH are Invited to attend. Growl Tickets The east side of Ftortda Field will be open to stu dents ror Gator Growl. No tickets wlll be requtred, Tic kets tor UF stall and faculty were placed In the C&cml)III Mat! Those who did not recelw their Uckela or desire to have add itional Uc keta should pick them up ln Room 305 ottbe Florlda Union. Filni Classics "Vlr ld lana," a controver sial Spanlah rum , wtll be ahown tonight at 8:15 p.m, I n the J. Hllll s Miller Healtb Cen ter Auditorium . The ftlm ts sponsored by the Gal11esvllle Fllm Cluslca Leaiue. ALO Sign Up Stan up for A lpha L.amda Delta, the women's honorary soc iety tor fre1hmen Is Mon day throUJb Wednesday In the dean of women ' s office. Any woman student clusl fled u I UC with a 3.5 ave raporbet ter ls e llJlbl e. S w im Re h e arsal There wm be a dress re hearsal of Swtm Capad11 Thursday nlJht at 8 p.m. ID the unlv e rlsty pool . Suspended DAL.LAS (UP() A uauu nc-wapaper reporwd Y 1terd-, that FBI nrent James P. Hoaty Jr., who lnvHtlpted Harvey Olnld baron the ullUslnatton of Pr,1ldoPot KenneJy, bu been s111pellded for 30 days without p.ay •nd transr.rr., the NW• paper Hid Host,', Sll)lrvtaor llld been demoted and an acent IJI New Or t ,ana JIY9n a cHsclpllnary trana fer to Spr llllfl.1ld, m. Rather than takl the tranaf9r, the New Orl1111S epnt, wttlt II yeare 11mc1, retired. GA TOR CLASS I FIE D S PHONE UN I V. EX: 2832 SAVE ON THESE BACK TO SCHOOL SAFETY SPECIALS OCTOBER ONLY CLIP THESE MONEY-SAVING COUPONS co u po RSPEC ash, Cleon and Wax CT . srECIAl 0 P Lnl AL IC l O MT , I HD J . '-'... ,_ .... , .n:i ... ""' --oupon CAI WASH BER SPECIAL --, Wash S) Neighborhood Service Center N.W. 13th ST. PHONE 372-0455 GAINDVILLI, FLA. . C o u po COMIUtl .... ALNIM, MINT ANP HL>l!CINI IIIVICI •JNAI .UltNMINT ~ ING COMILffl .,.,... ... IINI TUNMIP_,, NAU •AITMINI' COIN-OPERATE CAflWASH


Page 10, The Florido Alligator, Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1964 Holley Charges Haydon Buries Millions TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Repllbllcan Charla Holley claimed yeaterday that hl.e sut>ernatorlal opponent, Haydon Burn,, hu tl,215,690 iD cuh del)Olllted 1D tht Bank ot Nova Scotia In Nuuu, Bahamu, Holley told a specially-called news conterence be 00111idered lt "uousual" for anyODt to have this much cub and said he felt Bums should ctve tht people a tun exp~tlon. Bur1111, Democratic candldate tor rovernor and the m a yor ot Jacksonville, was not lmmedlalely avallablt tor comment on Holley•• claim, He new to Wuht~n to meet with President L)'Ddoo Joh11100 and Sen. Gtorct Smatber, to dllcus1 a loan t or lftaml ' pr0p0Hd lllterma project. An otnclal, who declloed to rive name, would not HY wbethtr Bums bid an account ln the bank, wblcb hu beadquarten i n T o ronto. Holle y abo'nd nn1men what be clalmed "" photo-cople1 ot bank t rom tilt Nuaa u bank, He retuled to aay bow or where be rot the atatemew. Baker Query Halted Again WASHINOTON ( UPI) -Chairman B. ! ftrett Jordan, D-N.c., ot tilt Stnatt Rule Committee, y ea terday ruled out 11.111 publi c hear tnp In the Bobby Baker lnveatl ptlon untU alter tbe t ltctto111. Jordan laaued a atatement In wlllch ha Hid It WU impoaslbla to b a n tnourb member for a committee meetln( wtthln the next three WM U due to the heavy a chedule of the nnltora outaJde W u hlnrton. BURNS "I am ma.kln( no lnstJluatlo111," Holley Hid. "I am merely l&YIDC that Burna hu $1.2 mllllon lll a Nu,au baDlr and the people are enUtltd to know about lL" Holley announced tor the nnt time that Illa net worth wu ln the nel(hborhood of $12,000 to $20,000 and uked Bur111 to make public b1a Onanclal worth. "l believe the people art entit led to know bow a candidate for htch public offlce makes Illa money, bow much be hu and to what extent and to wtiom be la ttnancWJy obllpted," Holley sald. "U Mr. Bums decides tomlkepllbllchlaoet worth, I am calllnr OIi bla Tuesday to Include In his ftnancW statement an explana tion of weekly to his credit 1n a bank 1n tbe United States durtnc the year of 19U, totaltnr more tbaD $283,000 and why a withdrawal of Ulla sum wu madt In Aucust ol 1963 and wily It wa.s tr&n11terred to a numbered account 1n a bank 1n Nusau, Bahamu and how this aum wa1 lncreased from In exceH ot $283 , 000 lo 1983 to lo exceas ot $1.2 mlllloo lll 1984, "ID a um then , what ..,.. tbe ,ource ot tb.11 fortune 1n cub aod wily dJd be lt In a Nuaau acoow,t." Ho ll ey aaid. Tbe St. Petera b urr lerls l ator decllned to identity the u.s . bank f ro m wh i ch Bur oa allqedly transferred the money, except to II )' It W U a bank ln the south . The bank state m ents which Holley dllp l ayed u betnr pboto co p lea bear the name o f the bank and Iden titi es the dl poaltt r u H aydon B ur oa, 1805 Lo r imer Road, Jacuonvllie, Florida, U .S.A. The num be r of the accoun t waa and was llated u a co nftdentlal acco unt oo the One o f the allepd a t a t ements abowa a bal an ce bro ur ht f o rward on July S J , llle4 ot $1,ll 5, 8 90 and a depos it on Aur. 20 o f $1 00,000 brtorinr the total to $1 ,215, 8 9 0. The othe r s t atemen t c ar rt u a balance on Se pt . 30 ot $1 ,2 1 5,690 , Aalted bow tone b e had k nown about the all epd acco unt, H o lle y sa id "to tbe extent that I a m wtlllnc to m ake the m a tter public, only a lnct 4 a , m . today." RetaJllnc bi s own financ ial wo rth , Holl e y sa id h e had a pi ece of property ln St, Ptteraburg worth about $30 , 000 with a $22, 000 mortrace on It and a bank account of aomethlnc l e H than $1,000 . Ht s aid the bOolr v al ue of b1a i nt erest to the l aw pa rtnershi p o f Holley 6 Os borne wu abo ut $ 5 ,000 o r $8,000. He o'WIII about $ l,l500 1n common l1ock lD a a m all bualne u tnveatment company, a m o rtprad ho m e and so m e lll e lnsur ance wi th h ardly an y cub val ue , he H id, Johnson Relaxes Bishops Bl~Sf B k ' Ba rry & B111 GAS WELL a r r y Atta C s ST . LOllm, Mo . (U P I) "M on t han '128 E pla co pallan bl 1 b o p 1, cle rumen and l a y me n ba v ul ped a 1tatementacc111 1 ncStn .B arry M . Gold wa t er and Rtp, Willi a m E , Mill e r of a t raoa pa re nt e xplottatlon of r ac tam," a layman a nd clvtl attorney announced y es t e day , ante d Stu d en hargeAcco u nt WASRINC TON (U PI) Pre s ident Johnaoo res ted at tht Whit e H ouse yeaterday bef ore 1t ttlnc out o n anotller atreauo wi ca mpatp a wln(, atartlnc w lt II t h t happy buotlnr P"0'8f of Ne w Y or k State, TIie C ldet t:acutlve rtturntd a t II a. m . SS T , "ar y but e lated by tbe eatll•laa tl c crowds he dr e w aJoar 10, 000 m l lN lo 14 e t a te s , fflUIJ of the m ID the W es t. Hll YOloe WU llouN IUld bl h ands wtre ac ratdltcl aDd bndaed fro m allak1Dr tJloN of Ida rreet eu . He ,peat Ille monalar worktnc I n hla apartmeat . Hla onl1 acbtdul ed a ppolllt meDt WU met t lD( wtth offloe ra of t bt IDlt r A -rtcan Ce nt e r A utbo n ty of Ill.amt , Fla ., la t e lD tbe day. WIIUe Ille Prealdenta atta o ut toda 1 to r New JuNy, P t11111Y l ftlll a a lld Ne w Yorll, tbe Whit e Houae 1 1D>UD08d lllat Illa da ll(ht er Lule, l '1, will atllmp for lllm th la ,... ... lD Oeorst a. Slla wtD alteDd a br llllCh for ,o uar Democr au Sa t urday IA tbe Atlata llo me of ntlred pub llaller AU.rt L on, a tootball pme behNeD tbe u., .. _, nlfJ of Qeorcta aDd F lorida state UDl w ralt, at Atbeu, aDd a cllDaer aDd dallc:e tllat e .. 111af on tbe Georrta TOP E KA , Kan.(U Pl ) ...,.n. Barry M. Goldw a te r r e tu rned to the Mid west y ea t e r d a y ch a rrtnc that President Jolla.on b u nolntentlon ot keeplnc hll farm promlNI a nd la rtnnr "part Ume" ll ttentlon to tbe apace ettort. He termed R1111la'• th ree -man apac e n 1pt "abocklnc new," and c alled for a "major re-direction" o f the na U on apace Hard-ped a lllnr the rarm 11111 1 , Goldwater al.lo denounced what he called Arrtculture Secr e tary or vt llt L. Fre e man• , "Gestapo , " He sa id the o nly way Johnson• farm procram could be m a dt to work "la to place farm e r s under federal poli c e control." The CiOP pr es iden ti a l c a ndidat e Ju m ped the run on th e m a jor r a r m ape e cb h t had been slat ed to make Frida y a t the Nati o nal Co rn Pick Ire CODINt ID Si o ux Falls, s.o., wtltn he to a n t 1tlm a t e d Ul , 000 pel'IOIII f r om the s teps o f the K&Mu 1 t a t e ca pitol, Goldwater, to IJOII bad told M i d wes t vo t e r s wh a t tbt Democ r at s w ill do for the h rmer a . He added : "They m a de the upro m la es ln 1 98 0 pro ma.,1 tlla t haffn ' t btt n k e pt . And t11e 1 ba ftll 't &A)' Int e ntion ot k NP1111 tbem .' ' WHERE BOY MEETS GIRL AND ROMANCE BLO OMS JOIN II E WASH PAffl ~VE 5"t ON YOUR LAUNDRY COIN-OP DRY CLEANING NOW AVAILABLE 8 lbs---$1.50 .._ Cell Adioln1"8 Unlvenlty Poat Office The a t a tem e nt charred thal th e Rtpli>lican prea l dentw and vt ce presidentia l ca ndldatta "a rt a bitious to be tl ec ttd by lnherttlnr the "Ole a ot whit e racists, cultl va unc a nd h ants tln( the whit e backluh." Complete Auto Serv i ce 14N . W . 13th St Ph 3721489 DIAMOND DUET Ttn diamonds tnll , nct the spltndod lll•!!IOny ol lh•S IHll•Olltblt 14K l(lld br , dt and 1 room d110 Ht C O N V E NI E N T TE ftM S ~ ZALE'S A U E. UalY. A.._ I MODERN : ihoe Repair Sho1 HEELS ATTACHED 5 Mins. SOLES A TT ACHED 15 Mins. At Two Locations CAROLYN PLAZA FR6-0315 And 101 N. Main St. Opp. 1st l\bt 1 I Bank FR6-521 l MILONES yours with YELLO BOLE Ar i stocrat , B illi ard Sh,pe , S 5 . 95 and $6 . 95 No m.1th•r w h at yo u smoke you' ll l i k eY c-llo-Bolt> T heD<'W form u la, honey linin 1 lnsurl'l! I nstant M il d n l"i.<; ; p ro t l'<'ts lh<' impor t C'd bria r boy, I so l'O mp l

The ICE BREAK with MARQUIS BAESZLER Confidence Racket WIien J wu a recruit, I learned a lot about Coach (Pepper) Rodpn trom a ca.rd pme. We were matill( e trtp from Atlanta to Gaioe&vllle, had notbl .. else to do, ao we pl a yed pour. Coach Rodprs came Into the ram• with 1 bunt ot confldenee, played band or two whlle wtJUrw for the rtcht time, then •bot the works I.lid, u he said he would do, wiped us out. Co nftdeoce and slllll were the lleys to h1I success u a player at Georsi& Tech, aod It wu this same coot lden ce ml1ted wttb sllllled nortda quartarb.lcu Tom Sbanoon Ind Steve Spurrier 1boftd last Saturd-,. Tbe coaftdence was there la&t year, so whJ la It F l orida, lL thrH pmes bu almost outscored tut year' s 10 game o utput ? Tbe an1wer ts a cutteral , stronc lUJlled , curley balred coach by the name of Ed Ke01ler. Coach Kensler bu taken a relatively JO'IIIC llJle Ind taucbt It to tear DO one (except b1m ) and open bta boles In oppooenta lines. He taurbt them well enoucti for Coach Rodcer's back• to plle up over 200 yards rushlJll on Ole Miss. One At A Time U one were to Jmt look at South Carolina's record th1a year, he would be lncl1ned to talle our homecom!Jll same u a pushover. But an.r Ttewtnc their came ftlms, ll'• euy to '" why the Gaton are worllloe bard to cet up for th1a one too. The Gamecocll llile la blf (blaer Uwl Florida) and fairly acne. Their baclll are ai.o bta aod very bard runners. Soutll Carolina quarterbacll Dan ReeYM la the leedlJll total otteoae man lo the Atlantic Cout Conference. Ren•• ls allo a good scrambllnc quarterbacll. lt'a bard to cet b.lm to a Jam. Tbts la tbe ldod of quarterbacll who ctv .. cood offensu trouble, tor be can run hla way out of trouble. Gaff aw Of The Week Jobo Pnaton, sophomore tacllle trom Columbus, GL, played almost the entlre came tor Injured John Whatley. All day the blc tacllle wu down field malllnc 11:ey blocu. But on aeveral occastou, In bis ettort to block, be ran lnto the ball carrier. On Doo Kn.aPP'• 50 yard run, John bad a block to malle at the ltne of ,crtmmqe. WIien Coach Kennsler uked him why he wuo•t down fleld, hi.I re1pooae wu, "Aw coach, I thoucht I'd ctve the ball carrier a chance," New:. ,n the campus trad1t1on Squarc•ply from Galey and Lord tM first Fall wrifhl Dacron polyester and cotton fabnc ror your casual .tacks. In all the n1bt colon and tht clauac neutull. Ga\ey,LorJ UOJ allOA.01t'AY, NSW YOIIK It. N . Y , SPURRIER LOOKS for more running room, but can't find It against 1 01• Miu.' Spurrier, "He remioda me of Billy Lotllrldce 1D that he la cood In each pbut of the pme1 peHl .. , runntar. 111d puntt ..... Wltb tbla, Held Coecll RaJ 0 v, lut WMII described Sophomore quarterbacll 8 t v Spurrier. Grue1 ooatioued. "Spu.rrter la ao outata~ all-arouod quarter bacll.'' Spurrier, a 84oot, 2-lncb tu pound Sophomore, llaUI from Jollnlon C ity, Tenn. He attended Scltoce HW HIib School and WU named to Tennea1ee all-atste teama In three sporu (football , bulletb&U and buebe.11), Lut rear he led the 811>yOato111 to a S-1 record and wu named to I b t All.SEC tresbma.n team. .. . . ... Lothridge Compared Durlt11 tile 1euon he threw nine touchdown pulff. Tilts year be hu bHn compettoe "1th Tom ShllllllOII tor the Oat0r'I number oae 1tpal caller po,t. Spurrier ldmlta they are com pet1111 but adds qulcllly, "Botll Tom a.nd I are cood trleodl. ln fact, we room t.opther on the road. We 11:now the compeUUoa la there but we oner talll about It.'' off-• thia MUOD lparr1er -• .. red, "I thtnk lt lull opead If lot thJI HUOII. Tom ud J call lbollt '111 per Ollllt al .. ptay1 and boUI ol ,.,_ aon wtde~n pffle.'' WII e D qUNtiNed lllollt M9 -mite reliactuoe IO CU'l'f bell tall HdOll lpvrlllr ....,U td. ''I lllle IO na .. ..,. 11D Pol, Dupree, udltarper,JOOQdon' t pt much clluce. I DOW 1 IN the r..i .,...n.•• WIIU. nanllll IN't II U , t l'Ollf 1utt, 8parrter'1 talNted rt1n11rm lbould belp ... 01101"1 lo maoy Tlctortea la H&IOIII to Spurrier'• 1n1tHt moment tJlu HUOD WU the pme ap.lut MIia. State. He directed the DOW flfflOUS two-minute oae111e the Oator, illlplaJed In the wutoe momelltl of that oonte11t. Ae Spurner el1)lalned, "We pncllced all the precedtnr week on the two-mun• oae... It COlllllata ot lldlUM 11UN1 ud playa lllat stop tbt cloc:11 Uld atW set III wttl\111 1tr111toe nap. nat neld coal bt llob LJle ... all the practt.ce wortllwlllle.'' come. Howeftr 1p11r rter I.I now more ._l'Nted 1n ,utdtn, Ille OMon lo a ,real ffJ.tOn 1111.t , .. , . M lie ,aid; "~• nave rut f11011 ...._ 'The ,ptrll hu been WIien uud lbo.t tlle Oator mi ,reat. WWt 1 ny ttnd o f brt~ ,.. ,._.. "'" anexullent, .. r. 8'11ffte r'• ldt• o f 1111 Heolleat ,..,., "I lhl,. .. coll.Id end up ,.. 811 1-2 record." 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PASSING WHIZ Don Reeves will be the main Game cock threat for the Gator's defense this Saturday. Dupree Still Out RaJn dampened the F 1 or 1 d a practice neld yesterday but not the splrlt of the Fl&htln' Gator, u they went throuch a roUCh Tuesday workout, Captain and fllllback of the team Larry DuprN could do nothtnr but 11t around and watch bit team m a tes so throuch full speed drlllt ln full dre11. DuprN ls not u pect e d back until Thuraday u he stves his lnJured rtsht lei a chanc:e to 1'911, Pu1 d e f e nse wu stressed as the OIiton 1 0 1 ready for No. I quart erback of the Gamecock 1 , Dan Reevu, Held Coa c h Ra y Graves bu warlltd hJa t ea m of the aerial uaault which w ill probably come out ol tbe South C arolina back field. P'Jorlda, tbe number one team on P8H defense 1n the natlon l ast week, will be put to the acid test two W'8ek1 In a row u another talented quarterback bead.9 for GtJnesvUle. Graves had special pra.lae tor tJ&bt blockllll end Gary Tbomu. "He d1d a nne job for us a,aJ11.1t Mls1ls1lppl," OnvH said. Graves cl'ld.ltad the two plat loon 1ystam wtth playtnr a major part In the Ga.ton fast atart thi s year, TIit lut time tbeGatorawon their tlrst three 111 a row wu back tn 19GO when Oeo,sla Tech wu their third victim of the year. "We haft been able to playboys who normally wouldn't 1tart," be aald. "Randy Jackson wouldn't be play1111 and neither would 1bomu. It hu elven us moN time to work with Ille boy s on one phue of the pme . " Gator Statistics lNDMDUAL PASSING Att . COmp . Pct. lntr. Gain TOI SJ,urrJer SJ 19 I 232 3 Sbumoa 14 10 I 131 0 PUN 11N G GAME Kicks Yds . Blk. Ave. Spurrier 1'7 8'78 0 39 ,0 Seymour 2 84 0 42.0 Team 1 8 I 8.0 PUNT RETU RNS No, Yds. Avr. TDs Harper '7 132 18,9 Trammell 1 82 6 2 ,0 1 S-tt 2 8 4.0 0 INDivtDUAL RUNMN C: RWII Oa!D Lolt t Ave. DllpNe 30 11'7 2 11 S 3 ,8 Slw8>11 23 88 23 as 2.'I 8pun1er 28 81 18 8S 2.3 Harper 28 H 11 ss 2.1 Kapp 2 S3 " 53 26.!I Peltier 13 44 0 44 3.4 Poe le .. 13 35 2 . 2 .... &Jer 5 141 I 14 2.8 •wcomer 1 4 0 4 4.0 IDlt 1 2 0 z 2 .0 Ho. INTERCEPTIONSYdl. Ret. TD s 8-tt I 11 0 Newcomer I 0 0 TramlDtll 1 10 0 K1rlr I 0 llfD1VJDOA L RECEJVING To. Ho. Yards Cue, It HO 3 .,,. .. " 0 ... lier '7 0 Poe I ff 0 ...... I J1 0 Casey'New Gator Hero' Nenst member of Flortda'I! football "bero ot the week dub," Junior end Charle• Cuey, II to1111 de ad aim on all Gator pus rece1v1111 recorda already. In only three pmu the btr Atlanta, Ga. nauve with the SOod m ovH and ba.Dd.l hu pulled In I 8 pa.ase1 t or 220 yardl and three TD 1 . Flor lda'I Inc le HUO D P IIH r ecelvJne record la 2 9 by BroU(hton Willi ama {19 4 8), Y a r dar e mark wu se t the aa me y ea r by Wlllla llll wl tb 484 and Fe fll e F e rru,son se t the TD mm with n ve In 194 1, Car ee r Gator re co r ds ar e: lf os t puses c aurht43 by Ferruaon ( 1939 40-41), Most Yard.I on Pu s Recept1011.1-8 68 by F erruson, Most TD Raceptlo oa -'7 b y F e r ruson. Casey hu, tn only 13 r a mes , caUCht 2 5 for 350 y a rds and tour touch

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