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Vol. 57, No. 30 University of FloridaGainesville Thursday, OCT. 15, 1964 !

'THE DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COLLEGE DAILY"!




I HURRICANE ISBELL STORMS INTO ATLANTIC j



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....... ,.".: .( Continue As UsualHomecoming


Rip South Fla. officials kept a wary eye to the sky yesterday hoping
Hurricane Isbell wouldn't decide to attend UF's Homecoming celebrationhere
this weekend.

Isbell would probably be as welcome as a Juvenile leader ata
MIAMI (UPI) Hurricane Isbell, :/ fang
storming inland over the Ever- :"; ;L debutante's coming-out party.
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glades with winds up to 125 miles .,.. tit. Norwood Gay- general chairmanfor

an hour, sent tornadoes skipping Homecoming, said, "If the *
through three counties along the ', hurricane hits here Gator Growl

Florida G old Coast Wednesday . will be cancelled. The only possible -
night. More than 25 persons were / way It could be held would be Officials Wait
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Injured, authorities said. :' '" to transfer it to the Florida Gym.
The storm slanted north- 1 !".' The Blue Key Banquet is being

eastward across the southern end held in the gym Friday, and that For Hurricane
.' ..' ... .,.. will not be "
of Florida at a rapid 18 m.p.h. cancelled he said.
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and moved Into the Atlantic about : .: ..1..1... Growl was cancelled In 1033. UF officials are maintaining
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9:30 last night. "In 1948 it was held in a down-
a state of readiness in the
Isbell came ashore at the tiny :; i pour. It rained so hard the people event that Hurricane Isbell
fishing village of Everglades with couldn't see the field," he said. should strike the Gainesville

winds estimated at more than 100 "We aren't planning on Is Dell area, Calvin Greene, head of
m.p.h. at about 5 p.m., EDT. hitting here," he said. "plans are Plant and Grounds, said: .
still being carried out usual.
as Green said "We (ThU and
,
Three of the small twisters hit WILL SHE or won't she? Norwood Gay, directorof "The only thing that could hurt Grounds) are basically alwayson
In Palm Beach County one near
,
us Is prolonged rain. If it rains
and Ron La Face of Florida a standby emergency condition -
Fort Lauderdale and one in Coral Homecoming, president a couple of days the decorations We to

Gables South Miami area of Blue Key, try to decide whether Isbell will attend will be ruined and Florida Field take any action are necessary.prepared "

metropolitan Miami.An Photo Johnston) would be soggy. The damage wouldbe
Homecoming. ( by Carolyn lie added
"Our
people
are
airfield near Fort Lauder- done without the winds reaching
dale reported two planes destroyedby us," Gay said. usually"able to handle these

a funnel cloud. "Out Growl a very Important things.
One of the Palm Beach tornadoes Martin L. King thing. It usually goes on no matter .

ripped down on Seacrest Blvd. what happens," Gay said.

between Lantana and Boynton Gay added the final word would 13 Miss
Beach, south of West Palm Beach. Gets Nobel Prize
come from the athletic department.:
Automobiles were lifted off the

boulevard and dumped onto grass '
strips. OSLO, NorwayUPI-Dr. Martin In Atlanta, King sent word from Bulletirt Leg CouncilEight
Luther King Jr., was awarded the his hospital room he was "deeply
Hell I I 1964 Nobel Peace Prize yesterday moved and gratified and honored"
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J For his leadership of the U. S. His wife said he was "thoroughly Hurricane Isbell at presstime Gator Party membersand
has civil rights movement. The award exhausted" and in need of a com- ((10 p.m.) was moving rapidly five Vote Party memberswere
The Alligator a different -
:
look this morning -- no touched off controversy In the plete physical checkup. But he northeastward, and at 9 p.m. was absent from the Legislative -
headlines above 36 point type. 1 United States. appeared in fine spirits after centered at latitude 26.8 North, Council meeting held

We didn't plan it that way, King, the leader of the Southern learning of the award from United longitude 80.2 West, or about 12 7:30 Tuesday night In Florida
but our headline machine died :Christian Leadership Conference Press International. miles northwest of Palm Beach. Union Auditorium. They were:
yesterday.We ([SCLC) became the 14th Americanand Eight Swedish Parliament Hurricane warnings were displayed GATOR PARTY Judith M.

hope'to reincarnate it for : the third Negro to win the members nominated King for the from Ft. Lauderdale to Findelsen, John N. Drown,
tomorrow's special 24-page :award which this year is wortha prize last January, and the Norwegian Cape Kennedy and on Lake Pamela A. Farrlsh, "Dickie"
Homecoming Edition. : tax-free $54,600. At 35 he is government newspaper Okeechobee, and gale warningswith Jones, Hugh R. McKain Jr.,
I one of the youngest to win the a hurricane watch from Cape Gall T. Roberts, JerryD.
Wish luck. We'll needit.
us I prize. (Continued on Page 3)) Kennedy to Daytona Beach. Ross, and Carolyn L.
Isbell was expected to continue Williams.

northeastward at about 20 m.p.h., VOTE PARTY Eric M.

I with the center moving into the Dohogne, Robert A. Harper,
.As Plans ContinueColorful Atlantic north of Palm Beach with Gary C, Miner,Joseph Coudon
.
some increase in size and intensity VD, and Exum D. Walker

entertainment and serious talk open Florida Honor System; and music by a n,....ber likely thereafter.Greene.
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the UF's Homecoming celebration tomorrow.The of state high school bands. Pre-Crowl starts

Homecoming parade, 75 units featuring at 6:30 p.m. In the Stadium.
floats and marching bands and clowns, signalsthe Homecoming reunions begin early Saturday Fills Leader SpotHerman
start of festivities tomorrow afternoon.The morning with breakfast meetings scheduled by
two-hour long parade leaves the ROTC Individual professional fraternities between 7:30
Green, 2UC, was
Drill Field at 1 and moves down University and 9:15. Breakfast speakers include Jackson- "
elected V.O.T.E. Party floor
Avenue past the reviewing stand to Main Street. ville Mayor and Democratic Gubernatorial
leader of the Legislative Coun.1lTue.day
Florida Blue of Homecoming nominee Haydon Burns; Florida Supreme Court
Key, sponsors night, in a party caucuspreceding :
bold their annual banquet In Florida Gymnasium Justice Richard W. Ervln; Democratic nomineefor the regular Council
beginning at 4:45 p.m. U. S. Senator J. William Attorney General, Earl Faircloth; and State meeting

Fulbright (D. Ark.) Is the speaker and former Representative Frederick B. Karl. Greene came on the Council as
Congressman William C. Lantaff of Miami Is The central reunion for all alumni takes an off-campus.rtplaccm follow-
place on the Plaza of the Americas from 8:30to
toastmaster. ing the 1064 spring elections. H*
Mortar Board, women's honorary group,holdsa 10:30 a.m. Head Coach Ray Graves speaksto was elected and returned to the
buffet supper for the ladles In the Student the group at 0:45 a.m. and two special R Council In the recent fall elections -
citations will be presented during the short
Service Center beginning at 5 p.m. M .

The giant Gator Growl variety show playsto program. Presently, Greene Is chairman
a standing-room-only audience In Florida Politicians get to tttt the thickness of their cJGREENE of the Council Budget and finance

Field Friday night beginning at 8 p.m. RaleighW. skins as the student lawyers present their Committee lie was chairman of
Greene, Jr., chairman of Florida's Councilof traditional skits lampooning state and national N the Parking and Safety Committee
100 Is master of ceremonies for the two- figures. The skits, sponsored by the John and has bo on the Dean's list
hour program which ends with a spectacular Marshall Bar Association take place on the rwlc:*. '
display of fireworks. Law College lawn beginning at 10:30 a.m. t H* Li currently party treasure
A prt-Crowl show Includes a pep rally, Th alumni barbecue In tM Florida Gymnasium for V.O.T.E. Party and Is a member -
presentations of the new Homecoming Sweetheart Is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 1:30p.m. of Phi Gamma Delta

and Mrs. University of Florida,a talk by Florida To main event of the afternoon, the football ----- --- fraternity
Supreme Court Justice Stephen C. O'Coraxll lime between Florida acd South Carolina,
oa the 50th anniversary of the University of starts at 2 p.m. of Florida Field. I(See related stories-page )
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BARKER'S PROPOSED BILL




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TERRY ROGERS was tabled until the next meetingso secretary of Legislative Council i
Staff WriterA the "Alligator" can publish In a voice-vote, and Tuesday was
the bill as the Student Govern- unanimously chosen by the Councilto
bill which would require"111e men Constitution requires. remain Its meeting day.
Florida Alligator" to publish Barker, former Council Gator New Council members were
minutes of Council meetings within Party Minority Leader, recently sworn In by Steve C. Cheeseman,
11 days was submitted at the first bolted Gator Party and joined. clerk of the Honor Court.
meeting of the new fall Legislative V.O.T.E. Party. Lester M.(Buddy)Blain,former
Council Tuesday night. The tie In off-campus Legislative V.O.T.E. majority leader,
The bill was submitted by Council election was announced that four replacements'names
V.O.T.E. Party member Earl M. resolved by a voice vote. SteveW. had been placed on the
Barker Jr., who said Council Brotman(Gator)won over David agenda In an improper manner,
minutes have not been made available A. Shull(Vote) In the vote. and they were subsequently
to the public In the past. It Linda R. Letzlc was re-elected deleted.
Special budget requests were
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granted to Gator Guard for six
Cabinet Member trips planned this year, $1,199,
Billy Mitchell Drill Team for a
trip to Mardi Gras, $842, Occupa-
Called on CarpetSKIP tional Therapy Students for a trip
to the American Occupational ,
HAIR Therapy Association's Conferencein

City Editor Denver, $209, UF Meats Judging CAN'T MISS
Team for trips to three livestock
Secretary of Legislative Affairs Martin Edwards came under heavy judging contests, $384, and the UF
fire for both action and lack of action at the close of what had beena Poultry Science Judging Team for
quiet Legislative Council meeting, Tuesday. a trip to the National College
Earl Barker, former Gator Party Minority Floor Leader and recent Poultry Judging Contest, $100.
defector to V.O.T.E. Party, In a ,

prepared statement verbally .wr/vr wvwwwwn.4MVn.v..MAOr0.hA..w.; ..
lashed the secretary before the }:{ ::;:?{: .+Yr'':' ''Y: ::4

council.
Barker attacked Edward's
failure to secure addresses of
council members and sending them
notices of meetings; for falling w TMINCS
to maintain a journal of the laws
and charters of the Student Govern-
ment (SG) and Its organizationsas
required by the Constitution;
'for falling to Inform the SG Trea- THE COMPLETE VARIETY STORE'w' ; ;
surer's office of council actionson
special requests for money.
The secretary's lack of respect
for the council and Its memberswas "
charged and reference was
made to attacks by Edwards call- JUMBO ORANGE AND BLUE

Ing the council a "do-nothing" 'batbe a c ;
a&e& Picnic Chests
Styrofoam
council, which appeared The
Alligator prior to the fall elections. cuJer4axy r .
"He wasn't at half of the meetings,
:? Styrofoam .anew lightweight plastic 99'
so how does he know what the Vfl with superior insulating quality! It's
council did or did not do?"Barker lea proof, ant and sandproof, mildew-
asked. BIG I 18-INCH I % 4 resistant, waterproof! Jumbo size with Lid bt vied BIT
Barker said he was in full agree FOLDING ., ;5:4? ; wide bottom, safe handles. For picnics, ,i i
ment with S G President Ken OUTDOOR GRILLS boating, barbecues, etc. wringtrT
Kennedy's remark In Tuesday's r(1 )

Alligator that "there Is no room $399 .wrN.iaw ,
for deadwood In any area of SG." :
Kennedy's remarks were directed 1 18 inches across
1. Rf. '
toward non-functioning Legislative with crank lift ad. fN.
Council committees. f justment for predictable -
"That goes for any area -- timing! --
including the executive branch,"
100 ,. Hot or Cold
Barker said. "He should purge PAPER PLAns ...88.., t .
his own house of deadwood beforehe 500 White '; ..
attempts to purge ours," the PAPER NAPKINS ..63C INSULATEDPLASTIC
former majority leader said r _
The former Gator leader closedon \
the note "that now we can
start over and quit this nonsence PACKAGE OF 50Plastic
of cross-criticism and begin to CUPS
work together to do both our jobsIn
Cups
the way they should be done."
Edwards, who has floor
privileges in the council delivereda
heated retort to the charges :
leveled against him. 47C
He admitted he has missed 77C S. S! :
"three or four meetings" and was T:
not In school the last half of
the summer trimester. However,
he said, he had replaced himself Excellent for.a 'k'i' 1 ; 3 Package of 25

with a person he thought would I 11 I beverages, '( % i. j ''
handle the position while he was =c Reuseabk, disposable 7. ox.
gone The person had failed to hot or cold I Cheap k k cups that will save you time,
do the job, he said. enough to throw away, ,r HOT or a; space and work. Tasteless,
Edwards said he had kept the but can be used over ant f odorless keeps drinks hot
required records. COLD cold !
over if you with. or longer

Edwards stated he had not meant
"to chastise the Council, but only
wanted to make the Legislative
Council something the students
could be proud of."
"The whole thing stems from a
clash of personalities between the G. C. MURPHY CO First_ Quality Always
leaders of both parties," Edwards
said. "I'm very sorry this matter
had to come out on the floor of the 10N.J'.6thStreet PhOllCoFR26347Page
Council."



Thursday)(, Oct. 15, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3I
f Most PfiJD.'s In SE


UF'ers To Call LBJ
I Awarded By. UF Try


The UF Graduate School awarded support we might move farther up
more doctor of philosophy(Ph.D.) the list of PhJVs given, but this
degrees in 1961-62 than any other growth is not Inevitable' said But Find Him Unavailable"President
graduate school in the southeast.One Bryan.
hundred Ph.D.'s were "There is no historical trend
awarded to eight women and 92 which makes moving up the list Johnson is out of ROTC cadets Monday night trying had not signed the ROTC scholarship -
men which placed the UF 28 out Inevitable," added Bryan. "Only the city campaigning and it Is to call President Lyndon D. and pay raise bill which bad
of 77 major schools In the United with Increased state and federal Impossible to reach him," said Johnson. passed Congress last week,
States according to a federal sur- Interest can the school grow" the voice before It hung up. The call to the President was according to Tom J. Barrat, 3AS.
vey made by the Department of Bryan reported that 112 Ph.D.'s This call to the White House started when the three advanced Barrat and his two roommates,
Health, Education, and Welfare. ha4 been awarded for 1963-64. ended the struggle of three UF cadets heard that the President Carl F. King and John P. Purcell,
Only the University of Texas decided some personal appeal
awarded more PhJVs than the CAMPUS should be made to the President
COPS REPORT
UF out of the schools in the before the ten day pocketvetotakes
South. effect on the bill.
Assistant Dean Robert A. Bryanof After ten days on the President's
the UF Graduate School said Game Booze Dropsor desk the bill Is automaticallyvetoed
that there are many complex rea- If Congress is adjourned,
sons for the growth of the schoolIn and President Johnson has not
the past ten years. "Drinking during UF football Ice chests from entering the do have the authority to search signed It.Barrat.
"Improved faculty have brought games has dropped by more than stands. purses, but it's very unlikely that said they were not sure
Improved students who are eagerto seventy-five per cent, accordingto "Only six people were turned we will do it," stated Holllman. at first whether a telegram or a
finish their studies as fast as Campus Police Lt. V. K. away Saturday for carrying bottlesor In the past Tlgert Hall took a telephone call would be the best
possible," said Bryan. Holllman.Holllman. large containers," stated "look the other way" attitude method for reaching the President.
Bryan added that another factor stated that the uni Holllman, "and they were all very toward the widespread drinking After calls to local newspapersto
In the graduate growth is the wide versity's crackdown on the nice about leaving." done by UF students during home try and locate the Presidenthad
variety of graduate fields offeredat possession of liquor at Florida In a letter to Lester Hale, dean football games. !failed the trio decided to try
the UF. Bryan said there are Field, which began at the Florida of student affairs, Holllman wrote However, when Alachua County and locate him through a long
now 69 graduate study fields and -Mississippi football game that"the entire student body shouldbe went "wet" last Christmas, the distance telephone call.
58 In 1961062 when the figuresof Saturday "was almost a complete commended on their conductat administration began "putting Bunt added that the Florida
the federal survey were taken. success." the game. The crackdown was teeth" in the no drinking ordinance. Alligator told them that the
"A fourth factor in the Graduate The crackdown is part of the such a success that there was not A new policy which forbids the President was out west and possi-
School growth which stems in administration's enforcement of a one complaint of disorderly consumption of alcohol at bly in Denver. With this
part from the Improved faculty, Florida statue which prohibits the conduct Inside the stadium." fraternity houses, except for those information Barrat put through a
Improved students,and more fieldsof possession of alcoholic beverageson Holllman added that the students members over 21 years of age, long distance, person to person
study is the increase in federal state property. cooperated with police at the gates. was adopted In September.The call to President Johnson in
aid to the UF Graduate School," Campus Police were stationedat "There was no trouble what- university also urged Denver. _
said Bryan. various gates along the student soever, not even one arrest," he Gainesville merchants to refrain "Denver information did not
"If we continue to get Increased side of the stadium to keep stu- said. "There was quite a lot of from selling liquor and beer to have a listing for the President,
federal support and Increased state dents who were carrying bottles goodnatured ribbing, such as 'hide students who could not show proof 00 they called the "Denver Post"to
your bottle, the cops are here,' of being of legal age find out where he was," said
SILVERMAN'SLadies but that was all in fun." One student did manage to getalcohol Barrat.
Campus Police, who search the passed the police however. According to Barrat, the "Den-
SportswearDept. stands after every game to check The student who preferred to ver Post" a Denver newspaper,
for lost belongings,did find several remain unnamed, Injected oranges told the operator that President
empty liquor bottles In the east with liquor by means of a hypodermic Johnson was on his way to Boise,
stands. needle. Idaho.
"We believe the bottles were Once inside the stadium, he cut Boise International Airport was
smuggled Into the stadium Inside open the oranges and enjoyed called next. According to a Demo-
girls' oversized pocketbooks. We "Screw drivers a la Den Casey." cratic party official at the airport,
I President Johnson was due to

| King Gets Nobel Prize I arrive could not at use 8:30 the p.m.telephone.The (CST),. but he

holm and will h* announced later. telephone was for
(Continued from Page 1)) The prize for medicine is to be Democratic delegates only.
Arbeiderbladet said at that time announced Thursday.The Barrat said that the Democratic
his selection "would give a hano- peace Prize will be awarded official added that the President
shake to all the liberal forces Dec. 10 at Oslo University In the could only be reached through
In the American democracy. presence of Norwegian King Olaf Washington, D.C.
Y Klngs selection was no V.The "The White House couldn't seem
surprise in Oslo.Newspapers here Nobel committee as usual to care less whether we ever
and elsewhere In Europe and Par gave no reason for its choice. contacted the President or not"
liament members had sponsoredhis But it was no secret that King, Bunt joked. After a short "ne'e
candidacy.The a Baptist minister and co-pastor not available" message from the
other Nobel Prizes-physics, with his father of the Ebenezer White louse the trio decided a
chemistry, medicine and psycho Baptist Church Atlanta,was hon telegram would have to do.
logy and literature-will be chosen ored for his leadership of the "The telephone operator really
HomecomingIs by the Nobel committee in Stock- American civil rights movement seemed interested in our problem
when I told her we were perfectly
serious in our desire to talk to
The Perfect the President," Bunt said.
Bunt added that they sent a
telegram to Boise International
Time... Airport and one to the White
House. The message read
to war this wotch-chain vest
"..r. Presidents Respectfully
and matching slim skirt of request signing of ROTC<< bill
before pocktt-veto takes effect.
burgundy.toa.tblackIvoryhound.tooth Scholarship and pay raise vitalto
advancement of program. UF
.
check twt+d Advanced Cadets, King, Purcell,
Darrat.
with a natural or burgundycolor
"Even though the President majr
blows Sixes 315. never read our telegram wt feel
that wt have mad our wishes
Vest. 411.88 known and perhaps someone who
Skirt. .-. 413.98 counts may see one of them,"
Blouse. 4 6.50 gffr.r pe,, concluded Bir fat.

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I I. Professor Discusses LBJ j I Profs Surprised


"I wouldn't charge Goldwater a whole, and feel the Federal government with principles In the abstract.We .
with deliberate Inconsistencies, is more responsive to must experiment." Straw Vote
just with not being bright. But rights of minority groups than But Rosenbaum doesn't believe By
then again, I don't believe Johnsonis state governments," he said. liberals base their economic -
a paragon of Intelligence "The liberal wing is composedof philosophy on Keynesian princi- Two UF political scientists have the campus only In terms of the
either." the egg-head liberals such as ples. John Maynord Keynes was expressed surprise at the results trends on other campuses.
These words came from WalterA. Stevenson and Humphrey who are an economist who believed govern- of last week's student election "The people who voted do not
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Rosenbaum, professor of poli- the articulate 'bright young men'of ment Intervention in an economy straw poll between President constitute a scientific sample,"
tical science, at the fourth political the party. The older "New ws necessary to maintain full Johnson and Sen.Barry Goldwater. Dr. Bartley said, "They do not
science forum at the University Deal" coalition which Is not overly employment, because they are not Both Dr. Ernest R. Bartley and represent the electorate, because
Presbyterian Center yesterdaynoon. enthusiastic about new programs, "sophisticated" enough. lie feels Dr. Walter A.Rosenbaum said they they are all college students.".
The "liberal Democrat"was and southern liberals who vote expected Johnson to do better than "Regardless of the fact that the
that business will back Johnson.
the topic under discussion. along with the rest of the wing he did. straw poll was not scientific,"
"Johnson seems to be getting
"Liberals show tolerance for except on racial Issues. considerable support from the Dr. Rosenbaum said he thoughttwo Dr. Bartley said, "I think It
federal government on handling of "Liberal Democrats were able business community," he said. factors explain why Johnson mirrors pretty well what's
financial and social problems,view to get Into power by putting together "Most people seem to vote on the didn't do better. They are the probably going happen Novem
the United States as a nation as the "New Deal" coalition apathy of the students about voting ber."
basis of what is good for the
composed of minority groups, and the dedication of the Goldwater Turning to the results of the
company, and a large percentage
labor, southerners, and party egg supporters. straw poll vote for gubernatorial
of industrial Income comes from
Britons Cast heads," he said. "Curine the government contracts. candidates, Dr. Bartley said he
twenties, Democratic moderatesand Dr. Bartley explained the thought Haydon Burns' statement
conservatives fought It out "Goldwater wants to cut taxes, strength of the Goldwater forces about communists and "pinkos"'
Votes and their conventions resembledthis eliminate the draft, and still builda on campus by saying, "The hard on university campuses hurt his
TodayLONDON year's Republican convention. strong defense." core vote In this election Is on popularity with students.
"The Democratic Party seems Commenting on the charge of the Goldwater side. Goldwater Johnson won the straw poll by
(UPI) Britons oaiiot united today because it has been America's liberal press, supporters are not only dedicated, about 800 votes out of nearly 5,000.
today In parliamentary general able to capture the Presidency," Rosenbaum said, "Reporters are, they're dedicated in terms of doing About 58 per cent of the vote wentto
elections that may produce the Rosenbaum said. "In 1952, they and always have been liberal, but something about it and getting out Johnson, 42 to Goldwater.
nation's closest vote since 1950. (Democrats) were as disorganized editors have just become so. Now to vote." National polls show 63 per cent
Both major J parties predict as the Republicans are this year." they are falling allover themselvesto Dr. Bartley also said the poll of the nation's voters favoring
victory but one political leader Rosenbaum stated that a liberal endorse their first liberal was In no way a scientific sampleand Johnson, and 37 per cent tor
said It would take "a very brave says "We can't be too Involved candidate." would have significance beyond Goldwater.

man" to forecast the outcome. .
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In opinion polls breathed
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districts Inhabited by irritated
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There always seems to be a few fans at the football games
whose spirit Is derived more from the hip than the heart. Of
course, now, the hip flask has become blase and has been replacedby
Ingenuous devices designed to fool even the most zealousof
custom Inspectors.The .
true aptitude of the college student seems to be evidencedIn : rr$ .{ {f'Ar'; ifF.xrr \\J
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such things as hot water bottles taped to the stomach, water :{.::
pistols In shoulder: bolsters and rubber hoses wound from arm-
pits to waist. 1?{ '%{!!,??i:6:r, i;
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All of this effort Is because drinking In the stands Is prohibited.And :Y'rlf Jf'ri.irr'rrrr4yr? } .

for good reason. In the past, some people, evidently needing JRr ,
more kicks than given them by witnessing the game, have not
4+lx'lk'i+%C4.G'r4lilfiN i:{fii+{ 'v:>i'i'rv'r
become just Intoxicated or Inebriated, but just plain, sloppy
dr' i1k. And In this condition they have become obnoxious to those OLD GRAND DAD
around them; and have done Injury to themselves and others.
Now. .the UF police are doing their very best,to keep any
student rom sneaking any form of alcoholic beverage Into Florida LETTERS:

sta Field um.; and. they are posted at each student entrance Into the Dells Answer ChargesEDITOR

But what of the visitors? Are they impervious to the lure of
the sparkling cup?

The day of the crunch-capped, coon-coated alumni has passed, : past. Although this statement may be true, it
bvt the gray flannel image of today still has Its hell raisers. Also, is a hypocritical opinion as expressed by Barry

we are .afraid, the decorum shown by UF staffers on other Last week, by order of the IFC, Delta Tau Benedict and others. The Delts feel that hazing
parts of campus Is sometimes forgotten at Florida Field. Delta fraternity was placed on social and intra- should be a thing of the past, but we know as do
Because of this* some people other than students are guilty mural restriction for the remainder of the others who have expressed similar opinions
of to while celebrate.We .
wanting chug-a-lug they trimester. Since that time, there has appearedIn that theory and practice on this campus more
that UF be fair in this matter and be
would suggest
as
The Alligator three articles which we feel often than not lack coincidence.As .
conscientious about enforcing the no-drinks regulation on the west
have been detrimental to the fraternity systemas members of the fraternity system at the
side of the field as they are in the student section.
a whole. UF, we have been dealt a serious blow but not
The first article in question was the interviewof as severe a blow as dealt to the fraternity
Writer Pat Frank Dies Bill Cross who labeled fraternity men as system as a whole.
immature children of a high school variety. While the University attempts to protect
Monday, nationally-known author Pat Frank died. Our only concern here is whether or not this fraternities from outside ridicule which would
Mr. Frank was a journalist and also author of numerous statement reflects the policy practiced in the eventually lead to their destruction, it appears
books, the most famous of which were "Mr. Adam," and "Alas past by Dean Adams' assistant. We feel that that they practice an unstated policy of dividing
Babylon," both dealing with nuclear warfare. this attack upon the fraternity is not what one fraternities against themselves. We are willing
He was not a native Floridian, but a "transplant" from would expect from the University's hired advisorto to follow any policy which Is good for the
Chicago, where he was born. At the time of his death, he wasa fraternities. fraternity system but we simply cannot understand -
resident of Delray Beach. The second article disclosed the reasons for the hypocritical nature of opinions
Although not a native, Mr. Frank attended the UF In the years the fraternity's restriction. Perhaps we were expressed by the administration and a few
1825 26, and two of his children have also attended here. wrong and guilty of hazing;however,we questionthe fraternity representatives.We .
We of The Alligator wish here to express our sympathy in severity of the punishment agreed upon by hope that other fraternities will Join
the loss of both a UF alumnus and a great author. representatives of fraternities which practice with us in order to create a firm policy with
hazing to a degree far greater than"extreme the members of the University administrationwho

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......- ..-.....-..................... .-.-..-.-.-.-.-.-.-...-.-.......-......................n.-----rn---........................ playing red rover and sardines. In responding the fraternity system will perpetuate Itselfin
to an elderly neighbor's complaint, DeanAdams the future on those principles and Ideals upon
TODAY'S QUOTE
witnessed these events one evening from a which the. fraternities were originally founded.
vantage point in the shrubbery.The .

"Marriage is popular because It combines the maximum of third article in question expounds on the Buddy Hayden, 4AS
temptation with the maximum of opportunity." theory that fraternity men are becoming more Bob Scully, 4AG
mature and that pledge hazing is a thing of the

George Bernard Shaw
"Maxims For RevoluUoDSts"The.

SG Failed To Inform StudentsEDITOR I

s FloridaALLIGATOR

: has really tried to interest the campus as a

whole in a government which is supposedly
Let me quote from a recent paper: "Even voicing our opinions and looking out for our
though an average of six out of every seven Interest.

Served by United Press International students voted for the amendments, they could I was here all summer, and not once did I
not be ratified because less than twenty-five see a copy of Legislative minutes posted in a

Editor ....... . . . . . Walker r Lundy percent of the student body voted." class room building or elsewhere. The majorityof
Managing Editor . . . . . . Joel Gaston failed Even to though the Honor Court amendments students on campus had no idea what was
Executive Editor . ..". . . . . Ron Spencer pass with 86 percent of those voting going on in SG and the situation has little
choosing them
I would like to
Assistant Managing Editor. . .. . . Benny Cason the rest of the congratulate Improved.It .
Assistant . student body for falling to take seems that the only time SG ever bothersto
Managing Editor. . . Dave Berkowitz part in last
Editorial Page Editor. . . . . Jim Hammock to participate Thursday's election. Your failure Inform the student body of Its activities is
Sports Editor. . . . . . . Glenn Laney lack of knowledge seems and to be Indicative of apathy, Just before elections. This is hardly fair. Our
City Editor. . . . . . . Skip Haviser Government (SG). disgust with Student voice in SG should not end the moment we pull
Campus Living Editor. .. . . . Jackie Cornelius But, the blame for the above the lever. We as members of the student body
state of affairs is goingon
have a right to know at all times what
should rest not only on the Individual
.. student, in our This a major plankIn
government. was
Editorial Assistants Bruce Tova
Dudley, Levine, Jim but with Gator Party Vote
,
Party, and the
Castello, Ann Carter, Don Federman,Nancy Brachey,Sam Ullman, Alligator as well. The Alligator is to be com- both party platforms.Last that both
Ernie Lltz (Circulation Manager), Stan Kulp (Cartoonist). mended on its Interest in the Honor Thursday's election has proved
Court because
parties have failed us. We are apathetic
but it has failed to give the student
WE
Reporters -- Ed Barber Tigert Hall Beat Chief, Patti Pitz meaningful Insight into the body a we are Ignorant. We are Ignorant because
activities and We are
(Student Government Beat Chief) Jim Claxton Hall have not had the opportunity to learn.
Cain, Joe functions of SG. True the Alligator has
been
Kollin, Bob Golub, Joe Waldorf Sharon Kelley.Yvette Cardozo, spotlighting the Legislative Council of SG, but disgusted ised with SG because this much was prom-

Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, It has failed to convey to its readers many and not fulfilled.

Gerald Jones, Fran Snider, Thelma Mossman, Bill Sadowski, of the issues discussed In Leg Council and the Marie Robinson, 2UC
Marjorie Gretn, Evan Langbeln, David Kennedy, Marilyn Bricklin, ideals and policies of both parties concerned.
Liz Brewer, Gretchen VandenBerg, David Ropes, Terry Rogers, Perhaps the Alligator should not be criticized
Susie Halback, Joan Gaston, Pam Brown, Jeffrey Denkewalter, for its Incomplete coverage of party Ideals and i
Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seitz, Bunny aims I tend to agree with Don Davis when he I
Goldberg, Kath Blaney. says, "The political parties In existence on the (EDITOR'S NOTE: The
regularly scheduled.columns by
university campus at present are competitive
THE. FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaperof but not based on political philosophies. Of the students for Goldwater and the

the University of Florida and is published fin times weekly course, one could call the "desire to win at student supporters of Lyndon
except during May, June and July when It is published semi- any cost" a philosophy." Johnson are not published in this
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The Last spring both V.O.T.E. and Gator Party issue because they were not
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. promised the student: body that we would be received by The Alligator.We hope
The Alligator is entered as second class matter at the United kept informed of what was going on, that we these columns will be received
States Post Office at Gainesville. would have a chance to voice our Ideals, to next Thursday's edition.)
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EDITOR:
man -- as Is I
to -- have very possible In the case you refer But In the Honor Court, under oath, he then
Your letter to the Alligator entitled "Honesty replying may to. Would not realized Just what he was stated that he thought what he had replied"Y IS"
Doesn't Pay"'In which you state that Irregardless man convicted you sooner see an Innocent to was the question: "Did you NOT cheat on
of the finding of NOT GUILTY -- or several guilty ones go free, this "
by a student Mr. Grasty? exam? Could you be wrong about the tact
jury after a four and a half hour trial, you will This principle that he really confessed? Six Jurors thought
I ignore such finding and still fall the student In be fair is the entire of bending over backwards to so -- particularly since you acknowledged the
the course because you think he Is guilty system foundation of the Jury language difficulty and inability to communicatewith
-- and of
the
serves as the best example of the "fair" treat- presently constituted. Honor System as It Is the defendant prior to asking the Incrim-
ment of students under a PROCTOR SYSTEMor Is It inating question.
as in your case the treatment of a student both about possible the you were wrong, Mr. Grasty, Finally, the "proof was presented.
under an Honor System by a Professor "confession" which you said Damaging But YOU
or an you received and yes. Mr. Grasty,if anyone,
about the
Instructor who nevertheless sets himself up as a Itself? Are tact of cheating created a doubt in the minds of the Jurors
demigod, plays both Judge and Juror, couldn'tpossibly But let us you capable of being wrong? yourself when you unequivocally stated that as
be wrong, and chooses not to honor a question then assume Is you MAY be right. The to the alike wrong answer it was IMPOSSIBLE
system that has received faculty support for for six other Intelligent, was there enough evidence for them to have been Independently arrived at.
fifty years. men and women to Then under further questioning
reach a similar conclusion you retracted
Your actions typify the treatment of citizens of cheating? as to the occurrence your statement and replaced It with others even

under a true POLICE STATE and choose to Just what more contradictory. Possibly your Inability
reject the Jury system -- apart of the American It involved happened at the trial, Mr. Grasty? to clearly express yourself, as well as your \
a
--not totalitarian--way of life evidently not foreign student who could evident efforts to stretch the facts to ensurea

- True, Mr. Grasty, the Jury system Is not as English -- as clearly comprehend or speak conviction helped to alienate the Jury from
"efficient" as your way. Some quality peopledo Grasty. We found you conceded on the stand, Mr. you and create a reasonable doubt sufficient
an INTERPRETER
go free. But It Is the best and FAIREST entire trial for the to result In an acqultal.
means yet devised. It operates under the the Information necessary. The defendant had to have But you will nevertheless fall the student.

principle that a man Is Innocent until PROVEN translated to him containing at the time the of his formal charges lie has had his day In court before six Jurors
guilty. Even an actual confession can be Ignoredby so he would know how to arraignment (five men -- all upper division physics, chem
plead to the
the jury system If it is received under You admitted charges. istry, and engineering majors and one woman
the fact that
he
It t circumstances violative of due process had difficulty -- the wife of a graduate Instructor) but this
understanding
when
you you received his "con-
.Y t protection of the U. S. Constitution, such as fession." Yet becomes meaningless because YOU cannot be
you are sure he
force or coercion. Or a man may sign anything you asked when understood what wrong, and you, as Juror and Judge, have
you specifically asked if he
had
after Irreconcilably made up your mind.has .
an Interrogation of several hours.
Or the
cheated
-- and as he admitted--he said "Yes." v- .. ...
Maybe, Grasty, be has .a. But he
s NOT been proven guilty And in the eyes
of the law and the student body, he It Innocent.
; I Straw Vote Interpretation Wrong? You haw merely negated the results of a tour
and a halt hour trial, several weeks of workon

r the trial, and months and years of work In

: n establishing and Improving the Honor System.

EDITOR: I would appreciate It if you would stick to Fortunately for the ftudenta of this University,
I the news. Give the Goldwater camp a break. your attitude and actions are In the minority
First of all, I appreciate your printing of We aren't all right-wing radicals, bigots and and do not typify the laudable and welcomed
: letters from the Goldwater camp. Illiterates. We simply feel that Barry Gold- cooperation the Honor System receives and has
I disagree with your editorial in which you water is best for our country. You see, we received from the majority of the faculty since
interpreted the straw vote. I suspect the writerwas love our country. We love it so much that 1914.
perhaps biased in this editorial. I cannotsee In our hearts we think he's right. We even For the student so unjustly treated, since
In the first place, how a "student" news- want to save our country. you are "KING" In your classroom, we can
paper can get away with endorsing a candidate.But I think that it's unforgivable the way Barry only offer our sympathy. To the other many
when you say that the student body Joins Goldwater has been treated, especially by the members of the faculty who would rather be
you In endorsing Lyndon Johnson,that is enough. press. That Is why we students are Important.We teachers than proctors, and support the Honor
You say in the editorial that there was a small can help spread the truth. The branding of System over a "police system" with totalitarian -
voter turnout and that a straw vote is.not very Goldwater as a "war monger," a "radical"and results, we otter our thanks.

accurate. You are very true. Only one-third an "irresponsible" person are some
votedl That leaves two-thirds unknown. You weapons used against Goldwater. I urge you, Gerald F* Rlchman
say that the student body supports you. Some don't go by all that you hear; study the Issues Chancellor
do.support your opinion. There are many who and make It a point to know the truth. If you
do not. As I see It, one.fifth positively support make an effort, I'm sure you'll know "in your HOMECOMINGSPECIAL
Johnson. heart he's right."
You say that Barry Goldwater was soundly

defeated. I think he had a magnificent showing. L. G. Kaufman


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EMPIREAT CollHOLIDAY ( 11, 1964) Found dead
yesterday morning In his Gainesville -
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10:00 MOTEL Florida apartment In the
House of David was HaroldSwartz,
SEAN COIVNR1' Jerry Lewis Bronson Fla. collective entity. Found clutched

l9. f= "THE PATSY" In his hand was a large purple
iH l Dl E USED STARTS FRIDAY .grape. Aged 19 to 25 years, the

DETECTIVE.. a 486-2121 deceased resided primarily In
y BRGIVli1N 19 Louisiana and Florlda.If The cause

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111111[11U1lUl1 IIUIIIIIII 11111111I I .111III rwer n iii
Najnesviiie Municipal Court hended him, according to FrankT.
said. "This was Just a prank
esday gave Thomas A.Hammer, Adams, dean of I
men. not an Intentional act of stealing. .rllllU News Briefs
JC, a choice of five days In Adams had Hammer released A petty larceny conviction is Campus I
$25 fine or ten days from
and a city Jail late Sunday night. considered a criminal offense and .
Hammer was chargedth Hammer
Jail. was tried In
Municipal is entered permanently on a person's -
petty larceny for stealing a Court Tuesday and had a conference record while the results of Young DemocratsYoung Newman ClubThe

jmecomlng banner fromerry's with Gerry Richman,chancellor Honor Court proceedings can be
Dress Shop In the down- of the Honor Court yesterday. erased, he said. Democrats will meet Newman Club group will
at 7 In Room 324 leave for Gator Growl from the
"The tonight p.m.
area. Honor Court
will In
not a similar case last Fall two
hammer paid $25. The five day secute the case further,"Rlchman pro- students went before the Faculty j of the Florida Union. All students Catholic Student Center at 6:30
ntence was suspended.He said. i are Invited to attend. p. m. Friday.
Disciplinary Committee and were
had taken the banner from
|
suspended for the remainder of
store front and stuffed It In- "The petty larceny charge
was the trimester. H C DanceThe
de his shirt when police appre- punishment enough," Rlchman "The situation was more ser- Election OfficialsPay

ious last year and warranted Catholic Student Center
L Join The GATOR stronger methods," Richman said. checks for the election will have a Homecoming Dance
Richman also said if the prank is officials who worked Oct. 1 are Saturday night at 8:30. Music
tried again at this time, students now available in Room 308 of will be provided by the Four
rir PARADE involved will be disciplined more the Florida Union. Those officials Scores. Admission Is free and
.. severely. who haven't turned in their everyone Is welcome.
social security numbers must
: 7 To the home of do so before they may receive Benton Society

> the most delicious PLAY ji their checks.
: GRIDIRONGREENBACKS All members of Benton Engineering -
candies and other
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Society are asked to
c ,,: find confections. Latin Club help complete the float for the

1 Pick "sure winner" Homecoming parade. Work |
c l a Every Sunday In The \ All members of the LatinI begins at 7 p. m. Refreshments < \
this weekend at the American Club who have turned will be provided by the Engineering i

home of old-fashioned Gainesville Sun I in their activities cards are Dames. We need your
SW, : requested to pick them up today help to finish!
candy goodness. $100 CASH m from 2-6 p. m. at the Inter-
national Center. Please bring !
1228 W.University AWARDED money for date tickets. Alpha Kappa Delta

oppep kettle candies Ave. Each WeekSystem's I'
Dr. Hornell Hart, professorof
Baby Sitters sociology at Florida South-

ern College, will address the |
Applications are now being Beta Chapter of Alpha Kappa |
taken for 'babysitters by the Delta at 8 tonight in room
Student Government Babysitting 324 of the Florida Union. |
I': Service. Contact Per- Dr. Hart is an intematlon-j[

sonnel Service Bureau, Florida ally-known sociologist jvho has

i, Union Room 309 Mon.-Fri.,3-5 published numerous articles in
';. p.m. Thirty five sitters now Journals, and is the author of f
"'. are enrolled, and the service several books. The public is invited
needs another 3'. Pay is $1.23 to attend the meeting;coffee -
minimum or 50 cents per hour. will be served after the talk. :.
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Jr. College HereWon't Urban Seminar BeginsProblems



of urban growth will Alfred Browning Parker,Miami, will be "How Deep Is 'Depth' In
Hurt UFA be discussed at a state-wide a Fellow of the American Instituteof Urban Renewal?"

seminar at the UF today and Architects, will make the first Dr. Richard Dewey, head, Department -

Friday. presentation Friday morning, of Sociology, Universityof

junior college In Alachua Included In the county's plansIs The seminar, titled"The Press speaking on "Our Living New Hampshire, will speak In
County would not be In competitionwith one that calls for using the old and Building Communities' will Community." He will be followedby the afternoon on "Planning, The
UF, according to E. D. Gainesville Post Office buildingas bring together representatives of Assistant Professor Dan Branch Press and Myopia."

Manning, Alachua County's Super- a temporary site for the Junior the state's newspapers and broadcasting of the UF Department of Architecture Clay will close the seminar with
}fntendent of Public Instruction."I college. stations under sponsorship speaking on"Why Ugliness?". an evaluation and summary.

don't think a junior college The county has applied to the of the School of Journalism and Dave Godschalk, director of city
would have any effect on the General Services Administration, Communications, the College of planning for Gainesville, will Diplomat To SpeakGodfrey
"
university, Manning said asking that the building be turned Architecture and Fine Arts and conclude the morning session witha

yesterday. over to the county when it Is the Florida Dally: Newspaper "Case History" presentation. K. J.Amachreedls-
"Right now we have many young vacated by the federal government. Association. It Is supported by a George McCue, art critic of the tinguished African statesmanand
people In the county and In Brad- County officials will go before grant from the American Instituteof "St. Louis Post-Dispatch," and diplomat will speak on"The

ford County, which Is thinking of the state legislature In the 1965 Architects.Rae author of "The St. Louis Building New Africa" InUnlverslty

participating with us, who are session to ask for the required 0. Weimer, director of the Art: Two Centuries," will be Auditorium, 8:15 p. m., Oct.
going to other junior colleges. authorization to set up a junior School of Journalism and Communications the luncheon speaker. His subject 22.
"The lack of space at the UF college.Sen. and general chairmanof .

Is dictating to university officialsand J. Emory (Red) Cross and the seminar, said yesterday the STUDY TO WONDERFUL
to the Board of Control,higher
objectives of conferenceare
Rep. Ralph B. Turlington have primary
and higher standards. expressed full support for the to Improve the public understanding MUSIC WITH A
( "More and more students of
Junior college program. of community growth by:
average ability who want to get University officials have also 1)) Examining the forces of
training beyond high school are not ZENITH FM Radioas
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permitted to to the Universityand
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but details of possible university appearance our
have to go to junior college.
communities and
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This junior college would serve low as $39.95
this group." available. 2) Broadening and developingthe ,
background and understanding
Manning also said that of these problems that It might Performance Guaranteed ByCOUCH'S
authorities In the field of education Johnson
assist the news media In guidingand
In the state believe that In 10
or 20 years the UF will be Informing the public. Own Quality Zenith
Keynote speaker for the opening
restricted to upper division and
ThreatenedCORPUS session tonight will be Grady Clay,
graduate students. This would editor of Landscape Architecture Complete FM Service Dept.COUCH'S .
make a junior college for Alachua
and Real Estate and
Quarterly
County even more Important."I CHRISTI, Tex. (UPI) ,
Building Editor of the "Louisville 608N.MAINST.
think the Police former
junior college wouldbe sought a men-
(Ky.) Courier-Journal." He will
supplementary rather than tal patient Wednesday for questioning
competitive with the University," about a possibly serious talk Critics.on" "The Cities and Its Selling ZENITH Since 193 3

said Manning.The threat to assassinate President ,
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school board has set up a Johnson. Two ex-convicts, one of

Junior College Advisory Committee whom had a regular arsenal In .
The
to develop plans for the his home, were charged with violation New FREE PARKING
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for


campusknights .Dupree. Has- Flu.- Mav Miss Game I
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"We're practicing like the with the flu. This makes Dupreea Florida than Mississippi
weather..sloppy did. The only one of four field goal attemptsand
Graves head said Ray doubtful starter for Saturday's Gators are outweighed by 12 pounds one of three extra point at-
and coach. Florida football Homecoming contest with the a man in the line" and 10 poundsa
s A .days The Gamecocks from South Carolina. man in the backfleld."If First string linebacker Jim
of Graves weather was only one "We will go with John Felberat we have a wet field this Bernhardt Is still out of action
r Larry worries as he learned fullback and Graham McKeel could take away any advantage we with a busted knuckle. He is not
Dupree,
already hampered backing him up," said Graves. have over them In speed' Graves expected back until the Georgia
by leg trouble
has
come downPLAY "Felber has done a real good said. "A sloppy field is almost game.
job for us this season backing up always an advantage to the heavier
Dupree." "
GRIDIRONGREENBACKS team. Florida punter Hal SeymourIs
"They seem to be underestimating -
expected to see duty as a
South Carolina," Graves said. Once again the Gators should
punter this game for the first time
4 "I don't expect them to get as have an advantage la the kicking since the opening
against
game
high as they did for Mississippi, department. Substitute quarter-
The SMU.
Every Sunday In Sophomore punter Steve
back Jack McCatbern
but this team shouldn't be taken Is the Game-
fell below
Spurrier 40
yards a
QAinesville Sun lightly. They have a wide open cock's specialist. His kicking punt this week for the first time
statistics to date comParewith
don't
offense that can score on you at this season.
A any time." the Gators. He has hit on
$100 CASH For the second week In a row Graves said, there were still
the Gators are going to be out- tempts. He Is curren averaging plenty of tickets left. They will
AWARDED weighed In the line and In the back- 38.4 yards per punt. go on sale the day of the game.
.c Each Week field. The Gamecocks have evena .

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Dickinson Adds SparkTo

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]['\, I',, c ce South Carolina DefenseSonny



Dickinson, the littlest Reeves as the top offensive player. yardage, upping his total to 2,147.
t Gamecock: of them all, has been Despite a heavy rush that knocked The old mark of 2,007 was set
\ named "Cock of the Walk" as him down repeatedly Reeves, kept by Johnny Gramling In 195153.
South Carolina's top defensive getting up and completing passes Deacon Dan bad surpassed the

", BRUCE DUDLEY player In last weekend's 28-6 loss against Nebraska.At school career pass completionmark
Assistant Sports EditorCoachj' to unbeaten and eighth ranked of 150, which Gramllng held,
1 Nebraska.The a week earlier against Georgia
,
*">
, game's end he bad 18 com-
Ray Graves could give a sigh of relief this week when heL and now has 180 career
pletions (a new school record) in
found ,'out he gets to keep the game ball from the Ole MissFloridagame. completions. His 52 completionsin
I 5-8, 160 pound senior defensive 28 attempts (one less than the:
four Is exactly twice the
games
halfback specialist from school record) for 240 yards (a
: : This seems logical, but It wasn't a sure thing Saturday. Even Coach number completed by the second
Wetumpka, Ala., Intercepted two new school record). He completedseven
Graves was under the Impression he would haye to give the ball up best passer in the Atlantic Coast
of nine In the 66
recovered a fumble and attempts
until Norm Carlson, sports publicity director, told him the good news passes Conference, and he leads the ACCIn
made 11 tackles In a gallant Indi-
Monday. both total offense and passing
vidual effort against the quick,
\. "I sure hate to give this one up," said Graves after the game with offense.
fast and good Cornhuskers who
the Rebels. The Florida coach thought the ball went to the member
otherwise manhandled the
i of the alumni coming the closest to guessing the score of the game. PLAY
Gamecock defenders all afternoon.
'1 Every other week the sports publicity office runs a contest to see
GRIDIRONGREENBACKS
,1 which member of the alumni can come the closest to guessing the
scores of several games Including Florida's game, and the winner "Dickinson played a great
1. gets the game ball If the Gators win. game," said head coach Marvin rwg
The score guessing contest Is run In Gator Tales, a newsletter Bass. "We may have been beaten Every Sunday In The
put out by the sports publicity department. The contest had been much worse if it hadn't been for

scheduled the weekend of the Louisiana State game and with Its him. He gave up to nine Inches Qamesville j Sun:
postponement Graves thought the contest moved to the Mississippigame. and 60 to 70 pounds to severalof

the Nebraska pass receiversbut
However, this wasn't the case. The contest will be held this week. he battled with them from startto $100 CASH

This means Graves will get to keep the Ole Miss game ball, anda finish. His two Interceptionsand AWARDED
member of the alumni will get the ball from the Homecoming game, the fumble recovery stopped
If the Gators win. Nebraska three times and he made Each Week

: No worry there, The Gators will win, and whoever wants the game many key tackles."
ball better pick a high score. The Gators wouldn't be sitting back on
last week's laurels. New headlines must be made-especlally with
all the noise In Tallahassee.The Dickinson, who came to South .

Gators have proven they can beat any team on the South- Carolina from Gordon Military
eastern Conference's "toughest schedule." But that doesn't assure College In Georgia in 1963 after 1 Stet
l victories for the rest of the year. two years of junior college football, o11eKe
| The team has to keep its spirit up for every game, and the students leads the Gamecock squad, and MIKE RAGIN is a prom-

have to keep their spirit up for every game. Both the students and perhaps the Atlantic Coast Con- ising young Gamecock end.

,l >: the team did an excellent job Saturday. ference, In pass Interceptions with (xjUeije I1tub
In both students and have been known four.
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yard drive that netted the Game- .
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on spirit Gators were playing what was con- cocks their lone touchdown.
sidered to be an easy team. For the second time this season, top company
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r .*, ~ N~VV~ ~ ~ '~*' --J' 1. r,.,! The Florida 2 vol. 57, No. 30 ~h i University of N Floridv,Goinesville 43doyIt. 95 64 "THE DEEP SOUTH'S FINEST COLLEGE DAILY' HURRICANE ISBELL STORMS INTO ATLANTIC MIAMI (UP!) -H storming inland glades with winds In Atlanta, KIng sent word rrom his hospital room he wacs "deeply moved and gratified and honored."' His wife said he was 'thoroughly exhausted" and In need of a complete physical checkup. But he appeared in fine spirits alter learning of the award from United Press Initernalional. Eight Swedish Parliament members nominated King for the prize last January, and the Norwe gian government newspaper (Continued on Page 3) Celebration Continue here this weekend. Isbeil would probably be is wil, ol,'me I uv.itl' wng hailer .it a debutante's coming -Out pa, ty. urricane Isbell, over theEverup to 125 miles an hour. sent tornadoes skipping through three counties along the FlorIda G o Id Coast Wednesday night. More than 25 persons were injured, authorities said. 'The storm slanted northeastward across the southern end of Florida at a rapid 18 m.p.h. and moved into the Atlantic about 9:30 last night. Isbell caine ashore at the tiny fishing village of Everglades with wlhds estimated at more than 100 m.p.h. at about 5 p.m., EDT. Three of the small twisters hit In Palm Beach County, one near Fort Lauderdale and one In Coral Gables -South Miami jrea of metropolitan Miami. An airfield near Fort L au derdale reported two planes destroyed by a funnel cloud. One of the Palm Beach tornadoes ripped down on Seacrest Blvd. between La ntana and Boynton Beach. south of West Palm Beach. Automobiles were lIfted off the boulevard andi dumped onto grass strips. The Alligator has a differcot look this morning -no headlines above 36 point type. We didn't plan it that way, but our headline machine died yeterday. We hope to reincarnateIt for tomorrow's special 24-page Homecoming Edition. Wish us luck. We'll need *0*As WILL SH E or won't she? Norwood Gay, director of Homecoming, and Ron LaFace, president of Florida Blue Key, try to decide whether Isbell wil at-tend Homecoming. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) L. King obel OSL Norway(UPI)-Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., was awarded the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize yesterday for his leadership of the U. S. civil rights movement. The award touched off controversy it, tle United States. King. the leader or the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) became the 14th American and the third Negro to win the award which this year is worth a tax-fret' $54,600. At 35 he ba one of the youngest to win the prIze. Colorful entertainment and serious talk open the UF's Homecoming celebration tomorrow. The HomecomIng parade, '75 units featuring floats and *archtng bands and clowns, signals the start of festivities tomorrow afternoon. The two-hour long parade leaves the ROTC Drill Fild at I and moves down tmversity Avenue past the reviewing stand to M,.rr Street. Florida Blue Key, sponsors of Homecoming, hold their annual banquet in FloridaGym~nasIutn beginning at 4:45 p.m. U. S. Senator J. William Fulbrigbt (D. Ark.) is the speaker and former Cogrnsmmn Wtlllarn C. Lantaff of Miami Is toastmaster. Mortar Board, women's honorary group, holds a burft swpper for the ladles in the Stwdent Service Center beginning at 5 p.m. The .lart Gator Growl varierv show flAvs Continue Florida honor System; and miusir by n. .ber of state high school bards. Pre-Gro.I %'.rts at 6:3O p.m. in the Stadium. Homecoming reunions begin early Saturlay morning with breakfa.I meetings '.rheduled by Indhidual protessIonAl fraternities betwrn 2: 30 and 9:15. Breaklast speaker'. in' Rude Jackson yulle Mayor and Dc m oe sd 1k C C e ubernaloridl nomnwe Haydon Burns, Florida Supreme (our Justice Richard W. E.rvin; Democratic nomllIre for Attornwy Genrral, Earl Falrcloth; and Stat, RepresentitIhe Frederick B. Karl. The central reunion rot all alumni tjke, place on the Plaza of the Americas from 8:30 to 10:30 am. Head Coach Ly Graves speaks to the gzoup at 9:45 a.m. and two swCIal citations will be preted during the Short prorAm. Norwood Cay, general ch.irmn for hIOm~eCominC, sc id, "If the hut rican. hitb her' Gictri Girwl willbhe ancelled. The wilypoNsi. ble way It could he bI' d wouldh t, t raibfer it to thi Flvrida Gym. Thw fliw' Key ilairt is being held in Ih, gym Frnit.y, ind that will rot tb. tcarn'llei.' he sid. Growl was inc,.lhd In, I953. In 1948 it wig held in a dkownpour. It raiined so hirdi the people couldn't see the field.' he said,. "We aren't pLumnhu on Isilell hitting here," he said. "plans are still being carried out is usual. "The only thing that could hurt us Is prolonged ruin, If it raina Couple, of day, th,'decortiocb will be ruined andi Florida Field wold be soggy. The damage would be don, without the wind, retching usi" Gay taid. "Hut Growl Is a very Impixrtant thig. tu--y-us o atr what happenm.' Gay said. Gay added the final word would comicfrromtiltathletc department. KinrIriyn istell at preastin'e. (10 p.m.) was moving rapidly lot thetestward, and at 9 p.m. waen centered St lalitwde 26.1 North, longitude 80.2 Went, or about 12 miles northwsst of Palm II,. h. Hurricane warning'. wer, dusplayed from I. I audsrlaie to Cap. Kennedy anid on lae Okeechdbee, and icalr warlingW'. with a herr calMw watch from C p Kennediy to t~aytcon. Heaeeh. label *4% expel. ted to 'oitinja, north*.sI w ri at abtmuI 20 m.ph., sum,' increase In sic. and Mnentty likely thereafter. Greene _a UII offi La ih are mni nt iing Sstiate of readiness In the rivent that Hurricane 14be11 should strike the Grinesviil. trek, Calvin Grsenm, head of Plant aid Grwundn. f Green scidi, "WV, .: i d Grounds) .rc. I,,., ally 'Lw,,yn on a statxlby sicm.rgeiiy contke ally i lo y.'eii,, usually able to liajiil.e. hs. 13 Miss Eight ('4cr Party members "'d five Vote Party member'. were abgent fronh thre iislative Council meetlcig held 1:30 TWesday night in lorida Union Auditorium. hwy were: GATeR PARfl: Judith M. Findelsen. John N. BrOWn, Pamela A. Earrigh, "Dlfckl.'' Jonws, Hugh It. McKsIn Jr., Gall T. HObert., Jerry I) Ro,, a Caoy Willing.s VOTE I'ARfl: Eric H. VII, and Ezum U. Walker. Herrnan Green., ZUC, Was *lected V.O.T.E. Party floor leader of the legItLativ. Coat)l Tu.day night, in a jpafly caucus preceding t he regular Coumcii Gen. came on the Cowncll as a,, oft-campus.rsplacemert foikwwas elected and returd to the Coanch In the. recent fall elechion. Prnsenty. Gr.e is chairman 125 mph Winds Rip South Ha Plans Usual As Officials Wait Fo r H urricane Martin Gets N Prize Plans Fills Leader Spot

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/ -%BARKER'! WOULD R IAlmtf I{UX,~ 1 Staff Writer A bill Florida minutes II days meeting Council The V.O.T.E Barker minutes able to which would requireflie Alligator" to publish of Council meetings within was submitted at the first of the new fall Legislative Tuesday night. bill was submitted by .Patty member Earl d. Jr., who sa have nothbeen the public in Id Council made availthe past, It Cabinet Called ( sKap HAVIlIR City Editor Secretary of Legislative Affairs Martin Edwards came wider heavy fire for both action and tack of action at the close of what had been a quiet Legislative Council meeting, Tuesday. Earl flarker, former Gator Party Minority Ficor Leader and recent defector to V.O.T.E. Party, in a prepared statement verbally lashed the secretary before the council Barker attacked Ednard's failur, to secure addresses of M i council members and sending them notice, of meetings; for tailing ] to maintain a journal of the laws I and charters of the StwjentGovernmciii (SG) and It. organizations I as required by the Constitutico for failing to inform the SG Trea-TE 0P E surer', office of council actions on special requests flor money. The secretary's lack of respect flor the cowncil and Its members I was charged and reference was ____________ made to attacks by Edward. calli log tihe council a "do-nothing" council, which appearedIn Te Alligator prior to th, fall elections. "He wasn't .t half of the meetings, so how does he know what the council did or did ,'ot do?" Barker asked. Barker said he wnl In full agreement with SG President Ken Kennedy's remark in Tuesday's Alligator that "there is no room flor deadwood in any area of SG." Kennedy's remarks were directed toward non-functioning Legislative Council committees. "That goes ,for any area including the executive branch," Barker said. "He should purge his own house of deadwood before he attempts to purge ours," the former majority leader said. The former Gator leader closed on the note '"that now we can start over and quit this nonsence of cross-criticism and begin to work together to do both our jobs in the way they should be done." Edwards, who has floor privileges in the council delivered a heated retort to the charles leveled against him. He admitted he has missed 'thre, or four meetings" and was not in school the last halt of the summer trimester. However, Batbease 7&vts Aa.t.;.jjn. ISka BIG Ia-INCH FOLDING OUTDOOR GULS II inches a c ros s with crankt lift adjustment for p redictabJ. timing! lOG 9-incd ', SOC Whit. rApe MPKINS S PROPOSED BILL EQUIR E PRINTING so the '4Al llghtor"''a publish the bill as the Stiuient Uovprn men Constitution requires. Barker, former Council Gator Party Minority leader, recently bolted G a to r Party and joined V.O.T.E. Party. The tie in theoff-campus Legislative Council election was resolved by a voice vote. Steve W. Brotman(Gator) wonover David A. Shull (Vote) in the vote. Linda H. letzic was re-.eiected I e a I *I. t datty ,Jah( in a vtIce-Viite, rd uesd e l unani mously chiopen by the ( nili to remain its mrrinrg 'it New U ouri Im mblrTswr ger+ sworn in by Steve C. heesemnan, clerk of the Honor Court. Lester M. (Buddy) Blain, cornerr V.G.T.E. majority leader, announced that fourtep1aemenlts' names had been placed on the agenda in an improper manner, and they we re subsequently deleted. Special budget requests were granted to Gator Guard for six trips planned thisyear 119 Billy Mitchell Drill Team for a trip to Mardi Gras, $842, Occupa tinlTeaySudnsfrati to the American Occupational Therapy Association's Conference in Denver, $209, UP Meats JudgUng Team for trips to three livestock judging contests, $384, and the UF Poultry Science Judging Team for a trip to the National College Poultry Judging Contest, $100. hi" rg) 'a. I45 .63c PACKAGE OF SO Plastc Cup e CAN'T MISS Styrofam Pinic C es Styrofoam ...a new Iightweight plastic with superior insulating quality! It's Leakproof, ant and sandproof, mIldewresistant, waterproof I Jumbo sit, with wide bottom, safe handles. For picnics, boating, barbecues, etc. as J ray Member Carpet Hot or Cold -INSULA TED PLASTIC n

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Most Ph.D Awarded s By In SE UiF U F ers T ry T o Ca LBJ iw rkti t(' eight wilfiei and W: mler, wIP h pl'm i' F 8 cut of '7 maji S.hI(PS it t ilted States at cording t, federal ur Wey made by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Only the University of Tens awarded more Ph.D.s than the UF out of the schools in the South. Assistant Dean Robert A. Bryan ot the UP Graduate School said that there are many complex reasons for the growth of the school In Ihe past ten years. "Improved faculty have brought Improved students who are eager to finish their studies as fast as possible,' said Bryan. Bryan added that another factor in the graduate growth is the wide variety of graduate fields offered at the UF. Bryan said there are now 69 graduate study fields and 58 in 1961062 when the figures of the federal survey were taken. "A fourth factor in~ the Graduate School growth which stems in part from the improved faculty, improved students, arid more fields of study is the increase In federal aid to the UF Graduate School," said Hryan. "If we continue to get increased federal support and Increased state movttable,'' 1dded Bryin. "nlv itb mcre isel stile ,iid feder il rite rest can th, schol grow." lDryan reported that 112 Ph.D. ha4 been awarded foi 1*3-64. But IFnd r-eIdent ;(ohn ,(,n i. out ofr the 'It) ,npiigniug iuid it Po rumwossibi. to rt&ath him, Naid the voice before it iunc tip,. This ciii to the White !louse ended the struggle of thre, tiE Him m'l* aiets io e ll P P ohisc, the e Il to sta: ted whir, catdts he ird Un avail \I,'Tu it i 1h1 the tgi Rh! 11nw V.' -lie it wAl 1 three iuiv rnced thet l're.Ident CA M PUS COPS R EPOR'T Game "'Drinking during PP football games has dropped by mor, than severity-five per cent, according to Cafinpus Police Li. V. K. HlollimnanI. Hollimtan stated that the unive rsit y' s crackdown on the possession of liquor at Florida FHeld, which began at the Florida -M iss issippi football game Saturday ''was almost a complete success."' The crackdown is part of the administration's enforcement of a Florida state which prohibits the possession of alcoholic beverages on state property. Campus Police wnre stationed at various gates alohg the student side of the stadium to keep students who wore carrying bxottles S L VE RM AN'S Ladles Sportswear Dept. Is H A r S / o me Is The Time. c omi n g Perfect to wear this woftk-choin vest and mocking sism shint of borgundy-tocst-block.vory hogndseet. check tweed with a notural or burgundy cM.r bleune. Sizes 3-IS-. Vest. fkirt. Diojme. I, ...$ll.sa ...SIIJS6 ...8 6.50 Visit Our Wo nderf ul W orl d or ce hests from entering the stands. "Only six people were tun ned away Saturday for carryingbottles or large containers,'" stated Holliman, ''and they were all very nice about fraying.'' In a letter to Lester Hale, dean of student affairs, Holliman wrote that "the entire student body should be commended on their conduct at the game. The crackdown was such a success that there was not one complaint of disorderly conduct inside the stadium." Hollimnan added that the students cooperated with police at the gates. "There was no trouble whatsoever, not even one arrest," he said. "There was quit. a lot of goodnatured ribbing, such as 'hide your bottle, the cope are here,' but hat as al i rn."'"" Campus Polio., who search the st*"ds af"er ever game to check for lost belongings, did find several epty liquor bottle. in the east "We believ, the bottle. tere smuggled into the stadium Insid. girl.' oversized pocketbookh. We )rop do hive the authority to search purses, but It's very uwilikely that we will d& It," stated lillIman. In the past. Tigert hlail took a 'look the other way'' attItude toward the widespread drinking dons by U F sittdcnt. (urinig homn.' football games. However, when Alachuai ( otinty went "'wet" ltst (hristmais, the ia mist ration began "pitting teetl" In the nodrinkingordinance. A new policy which forbIcL the consumption of alcohol at fraternity houses, except for those members over 21 yeirs of ige, was adopted in September. The university al.o urged Gainesville merchants to refrain fromt selling liquor and be.'r to students who could not show proof of being of legal age On". student did izianig" t* ge alcohol passed th. pollehowever. The student, who preferred to remain unnamed, iflj'cted oranges with liquor bymeans of hyp,Once inside the stadium, he cut open the orafles and enjoyed "Screw drivers a la Ben Casey." King Gets Nobel Pri ze (Conflnued from Page I) Arbeiderbladet said at that time his selection "would give a hanoshak, to all the liberal force. in the American democracy." Kbwg'.s ael c t io n w as n o sUrprls. i, Oslo. Newspapers here and elsewhere in Europe and Parliament members had sponsored his candidacy. The other Nobel Prlze.-physIcs, chemistry, mediciD. and psychology and Uiteratur.-will be chosen by the Nobel commitee"i"Stockhoim and will tb annonned later. The prize for medicine is to be announced Thursday. The peace Prit. wiilbejawarded Dec. 10 at Oslo University In the presence of Norwegian Klrg Olaf V. The Nobel committee as niul gay. no reason for lI choice. But it was no secret that King, a Baptist mnistr and co-pastor with his father of the Ebenerr Baptist Church in Atlanta, *ts ho.ored to, hi. leadership of the American civil right. moveme"nt. ab e to out Barrst said official added could only Washington, U. "flkt Whibe to care Mes contadted Uhe. Hrst joked. not available" Whit. Home that the Democriatic that the President be reached through, 'C. House coukdn't.in whetiter we eve r PresIdent or It," Alter a short "it.'. meetagI irom, lh. the trio decided a telegram would have to do. "The teleglion. @perator really unme" In"er'st''In'"ur'p'oble when I toWd her we were perfectly serlou. In our desire to talk to the-Pr--id-nt." Baratadd. Burrt added that they aent eiegzenh to Boise Internatlonod Airport and on. to the Whit. IIOQS*. The message read: Mr. Pleuident: Rasp. ctfnhl y request .iol'wg of iOci bill before pocket-veto takes cedc. Scholarship end pay raine vital to advancement of program. UiT Advaaced Cadets, King, PvrceUl, B.r rat. "Even though the Presidet eqy n.nr read ajar telegrsm e heel that we bane made onr wishes knows asnd pe.wp *oo ah coecinded Serget. o.,.I enamensammemmenomummemamennemumm==========7 80t'o sliol tth RIl -.ch&,Iarship trw! p.a ri. at, Ill whilh had p 4sed I .agls l week, Scordiing to [iim .1. Bai rat lAS. iturrat uid his tvn rnommates, t ri P. ing .id John P. Purcell, dh'CtdrLI 'onm, personal appeal .hot"lt be rna''' to the Preside"t before thltr n da u~y pocket -veto .t.e offr i ton the bill. Aft,'r to,' days or the Presldknt's tI Ik the bill is ,utomiiat ira ly vetoiti if Congress Is adjourned, nd Pr's Ideint Jo hnsun has not s 1n1d It. Hir rt,t id they nfre not %tjre it first whether .atel.grim or a telephone' call would be the best method tot retcehing the President. Alter ills to local newspapers to tU y ind locate the Preuldent bad failed,. the trio decided to try and locate him through .t long dis tanrce telephione call. B. rrat added tht the F loridah Alligator told themi that thIi President wis out mast and pondibily in Denver. With this iffrm~atiOII Barrat put through a long distance, person to person call to President Johnson In Denver. "Denver information did not have a lsthng flor the President, so they called the "Denver Post'' to find out where he was,' said Bar at According to Barra, the "Denyer Post" a Denver .uwspaper, told the operator that President Johnson Waj Oin his way I, Halite, Boise laternstlonti Airport was called next. According to Democritic party official .1 t, airport, lPrusldeni Johnson wams du, to arrive at &:30 p.m. (C'ST), but he i'totld not 'is. the telephone. The telephone was for Domocratir delegate. only.

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* mm mmae ma,. Imegesmmn Professor Discusses In 14 DIbese wor1 nflm fr n A titer A, fRosenbauni, professor oJf p I tical ,ience, at the fourth ixiltitil science forum it the diversity Presbyterian Center yesterday noon. The "liberal Democrat' was the topic wider discussion. "Liberals show tolerance for federal government on handling of financial and sociji problems, view the United States as a nation as Cast Toda y LONDON (UP!) -Britons oauot today in parliamentary genera] elections that may produce the nation's closest vote since i950. Both major parties predict victory but one political leader said it would take "a very brave man" to forecast the outcome. The opposition labor party favored in opinion po11s breathed more easily when a wildcat london subway strike ended yesterday. It had feared the strike would cost the Laborites votes in doubtful districts I nh ab it edc by irritated commuters. But the ruling Conservatives, who have been inoflice 13 years, appeared to be regaining confidence. For the second day industrial prices bounced back on the London stock exchange. They had skidded more than 20 points last. week after polls predicted I Labor victory. Although betting odds were 3-I In favor of the Lahorites, London bookmakers reported large sums place at the last moment on the Conservatives. LBJ Prof s By Straw it injsit wih"by ,',I w iVtu mIet2 interv.It&T lk HI QsOnIh WL Iettebsdry h, !)lliitain Pill euipioymient, because they ir. tot asophistIcated' enough. lie fetls that busines, will back Johnson. ''Johnson 'eems to be gettiutg considerable s uppor t from the business community,"' he said. 'Most people seem to wt e on the basis of what Is good for the company, And a larg. percontagv of industrial inoe com',s frnmi government contracts. "'Goldwater wants to cut taxes, eliminate the draft, and dtill build a strong defense." Commenting on the charge of A m ericea's libe r a press, Rosenbaum sid, Reporters are, and always have beer liberal, but editors have jwst become so. Now they are falling all over themselves to e ndore e their first liberal ci odidate. sed Vote ft.h' pesopiti &th vttl tko nut revi esrit the eletr ete, because hey are all college students.'" "R&gardiess of the fact that the Nt! Lw poll wajs rot scientific," 1)r. Birtley %aid, "I think it m irrors pretty wnil what's probably going to hppinnNovernti. t'urning to the results of t ii 4 t. px II vote for gube r natorij I candIdates, Dr. Bartley said he thought Ilaydon Burns' statement about communists and "pinko." on iinlver'slty campuses hurt hIt popularity with students. Jio4tmson won the straw poll by about 800 vioten jut otnearly 5,000. About 581 per cent of the ~vote went to Johnson, 42 to Goldwtnr. National pills show 63 ver cent of the tiatlitin' voters favoring .Iohuson, Mid 3'I per cent fo r Goldwuit r. KERSIAKE Art Prof Gets A ward Kenneth Kersilke, UT, assistant prot.or df art has baen .ad entr in lhs Southeast Prit a Drawlng Ezbiblttio currently shostiw is Jacksoovilk.The eompetltloc *ttracted over 500 entrIe, from ten states and If you're mapping out your career destination, brig Trnto Vought offers a wide cho'ce of exciting a"nd challenging routes to your personalized goal Here at LTV. young, alert engineers are "going places. in the fields of aircraft, missiles, space, mobile surface vehicles, weapons systems, ground and airborne corn munications. electronics, and range services Support ing these activities is an exce!lent engineering climate providing the opportunity to contribute and profes sional advancement which is a direct tunctbon of the telemetry and tracking reconnaissance systems ''mp''her"and copuerdsin "eetrmane' interference control technical administratIon .. among others In addition to a rewarding professional environment, [ TV offers engineers the opportunity to earn advanced degrees through company financed graduate education programs Before selecting your industrial home, investigate the career avenues available with Ling Temco Vaught Get 'tewtSln Il4 flumiphrvy whti ce th rtictlate 'br Igft ,ocngmn or th party. Tb, aider "Now Deal"' calilion which I nut overly elhthusiastIc about nlew programs, 'nd o Ut he rn liberals who vote ilong with the rest of the wing except on racial issues. "'liberal Democrats were able to get into powvz by putting together the "New Deal'' coalition -composed of minority groups, labor, southerners, and party eggheads,"' he said. ''During the twenties, Democratic moderates and conservatives fought it out and their oiiventlons resembled this year's Republican convention. "The Democratic Patty seems united ttxday because It has been able to capture the Presidency," Rosenbaum seid. "In I 952, they (Democrats) were as disorganized as the Republicans are this year."' Rosenbaum stated that a liberal says "We can't be too invuhed Surpr Briton1 s Votes50 GOING CUR WAY? if t Lat geK', sttudnt ,letti,ii sU i w pwll hotwesn Pru. t nt Both Dr. Ernest KH artley anti Dr. Walter A. Iiosenb.,um said they expe ted Johnshn to betterr thin be did. 1r. Rosenbaumi .ald he thought two factt)Is expilii wily JOhls4)t didn't do b.etier. They are the ,apathy of te studIenits ebout wiling .nd th10 ledititioni of the biliwAtel iUppotr I 'r. Ba Itlsy explained lbe sit egthn if the Goldwater k r c's oil tampw' ty sacytng, "The hard core Vote iin tihis e ictIon Is oil the Goldwater side. Theuoidwater supporters ire not only dedicated, they' rt died icted In term's of doing something aleut It md getting out 0o vote."' Pir. Ilartle> also said the .'l w'e In no way a scIentIfic Sami~le ad would hiaye sigoiiti anc t' yondi

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W~W~ ~J aMNah'.r~nP'rurnIgIEA4wMt~r~NYMrv~ I ~ ,, L 0 P I N JON lit~ Iii j~ Tnre always seem, to N' rew efris it tihe Whose spirit Is dierived mI)! frflm the, hiip thini course, flow, the hip flask his bet im. blase mnd hbi by Ingenuous devtces designed to fool even the of custom Inspectors. The true aptitude of the college student seems to in such pistols thinks as hot water in shoulder holsters Ii the her a. bee.r repi t most Z e1 I tm be *vldenced bottles taped to the stomach, waiter and rubber hoses wound from rmpits to waist. All of this effort is because drtnkingtn the stands Is prohibited. And for good reason. In the past, some people, evidently needing more kicks than given them by witnessing the game, have not become just intoxicated or inebriated, hut just plain, sloppy drink. And in this condition they have become obnoxious to those around them; and have done injury to themselves and others. Now. .the UF police are doing their very best to keep ally student p'm sneaking any form of alcoholic beverage Into Florida Fied and they are posted at each student entrance into the But what of the visitors? Are they impervious to the lure of the sparkling cup? The day of the crunch-capped, coon-coated alumni has passed, bvit the gray flannel image of today still has its hell raisers. Also, we are afraid, the decorum shown by UiF staffers on other parts cf Campus is sometimes forgotten at Florida Field. Because of this, some people other than students are guilty of wanting to chug-a-lug while they celebrate'. We would suggest that UP be fair in this matter, and bets conscienthbus about enforcing the no-drinks regulation onthe west side of th, field as they are In the student section'. Writer IPat Frank IDic. Monday, nationally-known author Pat Frank died. Mr. Frank was a journalist and also author of numerous books, the most famous of which were "Mr. Adam," aid "Alas Babylon," both dealing with nuclear warfare. He was not a native Floridian, but a "transplant" from Chicago, where he was born. At the time of his death, he was a resident of Delray Beach. Although not a native, Mr. Prank attended the UF in the years 1925 -26, and two of his children have also attended here. We of The Alligator wish here to express our sympathy In the loss of both a UF alumnus and a great author. TOCAY'S OUOTE "Marriage is popula. Decause it combines the maximum of temptation with the maximum of opportunity.", George Bernard Shaw "Maxims For Revolutionists"' A The .Florida ALLIGATOR Served by United Press International Editor. ....................Walker lundy Mansging Editor. .......* *. .*.*. .*. .Joel Gaston Executive Editor. ........Ron Spencer Assistant Managing Editor. ................Benny Casonj Assistant Managing Editor. ..........Dave Berkowit? Editorial Page Editor. ...........Jm hammock Sports Editor. ...................Glenn tanev City Editor. ...............Skip Havtser Campus Living Editr. ............Jackie Cornelis Editorial Assistants -Bruce Dudley, Toy. Levine, Custeilo, Ann Carter, Don Federman, Nmno Br achey, S am ULii Ernie Ut: (Circulation Manger), Stan Kulp, (Cartoonist). Jim m al, Rsgorters -Ed Barber (Tigert Hall Beat Chien., Patti Pitz (Stideit Government Beat Chff, Jim, Cluxton, Hall Cadn, Joe Xciii, Dab Golub, JIoe Waldorf, haron K.Iley.Yvette Cardozo. Earne Tall, Frank Shepard, ta Aiexjnder, Agnes Fow.les. Gerald James, Fran Snider, Thelma Mosaman, Bill Sadowskm, Marjorie Gien, Eras Langbeb,, David Kennedy, Marilyn Bricklin, Liz Drawer, Gretchen Vaadenfler, David Ropes. Terry Rogers, <~ 1>~ N 'j~ ~ OLD G RA ND DAD L ETT ERS. I)eItim' EDITOR: Last week, by order of the IF C, Delta Tau Delta fraternity was placed on social and intramural restriction for the remainder of the trimester. Since that time, there has appeared in The Alligator three articles which we feel have been detrimental to the fraternity system as a whole. The first article in question was the interview of Bill Cross who labeled fraterniy men as immature children of a high school variety. Our emnly concern here is whether or not this statement reflects the policy practiced in the past by Dean Adams' assistant, We feel that this attack upon the fraternity Is not what one would expect from the University's hired advisor to fraternities. The second article disclosed the reasons for the fraternity's restriction. Perhaps we were wrong and guiilty of hazing; however, we question the severity of the punishment agreed upon by representatives of fraternities which practice hazing to a degree far grae hnteetee physical punishment and ridicule''received from playing red ro'er and sardines. In responding to an elderly neighbor's complaint, Dean Adams witnessed these events one evening from a vantage point in the shrubbery. The third article In (question expounds on the theory that fraternity men are becoming more mature and that pledge hazing is a thing of the SG, FailedI To Inform EDITOR: Let me quote from a recent paper: "Even though an average of six out of every seven students voted for the amendments, they could not be ratified because less than twenty-five percent of the student body voted."' Eve n though the Honor Court amendments faiedtopass with 86 percent of those voting goosing them, I would like to Congratulate te rest ofsthe student body for failing to take prtI lat Tursday's election. Your failure toarticipate Iseems to be indicative of apathy, lackrofeknowlege, and disgust with Student But, the blame for the meabove state of ulfajrs should rest not only orn the individual student but with Gator Party, Vote Party an th Alligator as nill. The Alligator is tod be cm mended on its Interest in the Hor Court, but it ha ailed to giv th stu e t body a functions of SC. True the Alligato hs bend spotlighting the laglslative Cowidlof hsC bent it has filed to wonvey to its n.renr many of the issums dlscussed in Leg Council and the ideas .nd policies of both parties concerned. Perhap. the Alligator should not be critiitnad past. Although this statement may b.' t: ,It is a hypocritical opinion as expressed by Buar Benedict and others. The Deits feel that [[iili should be a thing of the past, but we knowv I i others who have expressed similar rpinu,, that theory and practice on this campus ners. often than not lack coincidence. As members of the fraternity system if h UF, we have been dealt a serious blow but as severe a blow as dealt to the friterity system as awhole. While the University attempts to pi ofli fraternities from outside ridicule which rMllI eventually lead to their destruction, it appe vs that they practice an unstated policy of (Iai LiI. fraternities against themselves, We are Willinli to follow any policy which is good for tw fraternity system but we simply cannot midi! s ta nd the hypocritical nature of optl' I expressed by the administration and i fraternity representatives. We hope that other fraternities will 1'f with us in order to create a firm policy AItl the members of the University administi itihi who themselves are fraternity members 3i 0 the fraternity system will perpetuite itre in the future on those principles and ideal 14 1. which thc. fraternities were originally found. Buddy Hayden, Bob Scully, V St udents tried to interest the campus a government which is suppo-edo opinions and looking ovt for e re all summer, and not once did I of Legislative minutes posted N' building or elsewhere. Te mAlarItv going on in SG an the situation has little improved. It seems that the only time SG ever lxthtr' to inform the student body of its activities b Just before elections. This is hardly fair. CUs voice in SG should not end the moment We pul the lever. We as members of the student bo> have a right to know at all times what is goin on in our government. ThIS was a major pla in both party platforms. Last Thursday's election has proved tha t partie, have failed us. We are .pathetUCbeCause we are ignorant. We are Ignorant beaw e have not had the opportunity to learn. We t dguted with SG because this muchI was promMait Robinson, 2t has really whole in a voicing our interest. I was he see a Copy class room I II ~IlI

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I] J L .11a' s i a 1 rn l i t LI r rite itour 1mht it Ki hu ri tf H, >1 S.such finding and silli Ti! tin ttisa 'irs. -ln>,usC witi think h is KiLIII a s the best example of the "''r u e d. .t of students under A PUO( TUOk 'A Il 5 eIn your case -the trtatieitt of i tudenir iler aii Honor System by Professor ,jr iii [ciri ctor who nevertheless set, himself up ai C mI Igod, plays both judge and j tao i, culdn't pvssiby be wrong, and chooses hot to honor a sm thAt has received LaC ulty s uppo rt fTr 0our actions typify thetrrtatmientofti,,Ias Ald!'r a true POLICE STA TV md chois tC I ri tet the jury system -a part of the Amer loin -iiot totalitarian-way of life. t ue, Mr. Grasty, the jury system is not is effliCifnt" aS your way. Some quality people Vn RO free. But It is the best and FAIREST Sa iR yet devised, It Operates u ride t ttit principle that a man Is Innocent until PROVE. N guilty. Even an actual confession (Ifl he Ignored by the jury system If it Is received under Irt umstanees vloIative of due process protectionl of the U. S. ConstItution, such as tritce or coercion. Or a man may sign Anything tter an interrogation of several hours. Or the Straw b[)ITOR: First of all, I appreciate your printing of letters from the Goldwater camp. I disagree with your editorial in which you interpreted the straw vote. I suspect the writer S perhaps biased in this editorial. I Cannot ', in the first place, how a ''student'' newspiper can get away with endorsing a candidate. But when you say That the student body joins yaou In endorsing Lyndon Jlohnson,that is enough. Nou say in the editorial that there was a small otrturnout and thjt a dtraw vote is riot cry ir rite. You are very I rue. Only on. -th rd lted! That leaves two-thirds unknown. You s y that the student body supports you. Sonic lda support your opinion. There are many who a, riot. As I see it, one -fifth positively support Iiinson,. YOU say that Barry Goldwater was soundly ii feat ed. I think he had magnifIcent showing. t lt ~r~r r It I itself" ar wu r pable if buiinc wrong' Hut Iet I, itO. you NIA\ be tight. rhi 'luiun lieu a w as there .aough evidence Jor eI thlt iltelligent im'l tind womienl to r' II I sititl hr (Onlulsiohi It totheorcurrince tathlit ImI,. lust what htppM'tieit ath iiiiLI, Mr. kr sly" It inlod'u ( ortigui student who could evidently t clirany comprehei or speak F nglsh -5s yout cuajcedet] to tih, stand, Mr. Graty. e fund i INTERPREKTEU? for the entire trial alCea ,ery. nItdeferlant had tohave the Infornmitioin containing the torm. (hirges tr ilLlait*d to him at thii lime of his arr lignment so he waold kntw Ta w to plead to lhe charges. You admitted the firt that he had lIfficulty unde rst.riding Vou whi i you received his con fession." Yet you irt sure he understood what you asked whech you spi' ifically asked if ha had (huatad -ini as he admitted --besaid, '"Yes." I would appreciate It if you would stick to the news. Give the Goldwater camp a break. We aren't all right -wliag radicals, bigots amnd illiterates. We simply feel that Bar, y (oldwater Is best for our country. You sea, we love ouT country. We have it Si) much that i our hearts we think tat's right. We eveui waint to save our tofutry. I think that It's unforgIvable the way Barry Goidwatet has beeti treated, especially by the press. That Is why wp students Are imnportaiit. We can help spread thu truth. Tat tar ending of (oldwttei is a "w ur monger,'' I radicalal" ard in "Irreswmslble'' pn.(soti arc, stome wtapxons useti ig ags t Loldw.,ter. I urge you, doi't go by ill that you hear, study the issues arM make It a poIInt to know the truth, If you make ii effort, i'm s you'll know "lii youi heart he's Ight." I .G. Kaufman Does this / I spo~t N" feel sticky NEITHER DOES OLD SPICE STICK DEODORANT 'S.' M~ 2 I i i i lff ,lth. r an ub IIit g I.' h with (It ,Ief,'nt it p u to oktig thine i F In Iall V, Iih, "pAn'" Was prtsNte. iara.ini,, yts But Y('. Mr. (rastv, If anyone cre dt a iut In the muidtl of the jurors your self whut i you urequ lsor .111y si ated that as to tha like wrong ,anw,'r it was IMPt\SIB[I| tor ti, m to ha ve lbe.' indlepeient ty I arrived at. Utin urnder further ju 'ttioin you retracted VOit Ni ilemenit and repla.d It with others even mor,. tont Iadictory. Possily Your inability to c lea I I expres Syou ill'If, am WVl iS yu evldeait efforts to stIiott.h the fat s to e asurn a cioivtctiin helpeI to alianat,' th. Jury from yii di iltIella a reaisoaiabl,' doubt NnffIe'ett to result in Au .Lclithl. list y()ui will nave ri ha Its, fall the si Ikient. lie h.s had his d.y Ia, court before Nix jurors (five met, -ill upper division physics, chamIstry, anid .'njlne.ring majors and 0ne womalI --thb wife of .g raduata. instructor) but this b*.Omties mie. hifgRe ss be a use VY() I antiot be WI 01g, and1 you, as juror and Judgv, have Ir reco neilably mnad. up yo uI ind. Maybe, Mr. Grasty, ha' has cheated. But ha hns NOT beer proven guilty. And in the eyes of the iaw and th p student txody, he is InnIroceut. on the trial, .t~d months and years of work In establishing anid Improving the Hlow, System. Fortunately for the student, of this University, your attitude and] actions are i the minority and do not typify the laudable and welcomed cOoperatIon the Honor System receives and lhas rrcrtved from the majority of the faculty since Fo I hI. stixdeit si iiiJtitly treated, itre you Ire "KING' in yur IJAtIroMf, We (al oily offer i sympjtlhy. To IIh, other many members ,f the fardlty who) would rather he teachers than ptoctors, aidt aupjort the Hoinor System ovet a jx, Ic,'system" with totili ariili results, we offel hiul thanks. Gerald I. *fitma SPECIAL 0. Fill Fashions 3 DAYS ONLY Thursday through Saturday BLOUSES Beg. $4.00 Now 52.99 Reg. $5.98 Now $3.99 Reg. $9.98 Now $6.99 SKIRTS & SLACKS Beg. $5.98 Now $3.99 Reg. $8.98 Now $5.99 Reg. $1.98 Now $7.99 DRESSES & COORDINA TES Reg. $14.98 Now $10.99 Da no MD ai tIA@O N 'Votc Interpretation Wrong

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I, V &anummm A, V smmasa Jr .College A j'uiIr collig Alhu (ounty would not be in comipetittoni w ith If, according to E. ). Maining, Alachna County's Superintendant of Public Instruetlon. "I don't think a Junior college would have any effect on the university," Manning s a id yesterday. Right now we have many young people In the county and in Bradford County, which is thinking of participating with us, who are going to other Junior colleges. "T~lhe lack of space at the UFP is dictating to university officials and to the Board of Control,higher and higher standards. More and more students of training beyond high schoo are no permitted to go to the University I s jo gun io r c o l le o d s e v Ma nning also said that authorities In the fieldofeducation in the state believe that in 0 or 20 years the (IF will be restricted to upper division and graduate students. Thi woul make a Junior college for Alachua County even more important. "I think the junior college would be supplementary rather than competitive with the Umiveruity," said Manning. rThe school board has set tip a Junior College Advisory Committee to develop plans for the junior college. Today at 4 p.m. th. committee will meet with Dr. James Watts,bargar, head of the Junior College division of the State Department of Education. Dr. Wattenbergar and ie n mttee will discus tbe county's uor college plan. P Irof. Bartly To Give Talk Talking politics in chureb will not be uncommon Suiday when Prof. Ernest B. Bartley, political scIentist at the UF, speaks to the U n it arian -U nive rs alist Fellowship. "The ConstItution aid Our Changing Needs" will be the subject of his talk. The meeting open to the public, begins at Ii aim 104 NW 10t A.e. the UF Social Science Department, wil talk on "Politcal Liberalism in a Conservative America," Oct. 25, and Prof. Oscar Syarlien will ,rese.t "Th. Nation and Our Wofld Eqgagements," Nov. 1. Hurt TRANSMISSION 1409 S. Main St. Here UF [nltdedI Ii the. county', ijids Is one that c a I s (or using the jil Gaiiiesville Post Offli s building as a tenmpxrary sit. for the junior college. The county has applied to the General Services AdminIstration, asking that the building be turned over to the cOunty when It is vacated by the federal government. County officials will go before the state legislature In the 1965 session to ask for the required authorization to set up a junior college. Se.J. Emory (Red) Cross and Rep. Ralph B. Turlington have expressed full support for the junior college program. Univerity officials have a but details of possible university spport were riot immediately CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex. (UP!) -Police nought a former mental patient Wednesday for questioning about a possibly serious threat to assassinate President Johnson. Two ex-convicts, one of whom had a regular arsenal ini his home, were charged with violation of th. federal firearms act and held under $5,000 bond. Johnson will make a campaign swing through his home state tis weekend ard is scheduled to speak in Corpus Christi at 8 p.m. EDT Sunday. 'flere was no suggestion the Corpus Christi speech would be c ane lled because of the reported th reat. HC Rehearsal Dress rehearsals of Gator Growl will be tonight .t 7 it F lo rid.a Field. 8wlmcapades will rehears, tonight at 8 at the University pool. PLAY GR IDIRON GREENBACK S Every Sufiday In Ihe Qc svillc Stiu $100 CASH AWARDED Ea Wk INC. Urban hIIItI no~hl [hi senrli i trtp' 110 l'rr--, tiid Building Comn i luntIos" wil I bring together repnL~ritatlves of the stile's rewsptpe rs and broad easting stations tinder spnsorshlp of the School of Journalism and Communications, the College of Architecture and Fine Arts and the Florida Daily Newspaper Association. It Is supported by a grant from the American Institute of Architects. Rae 0. Weimner, director of the School of Journalism and Comnmuolcatiorns and general chairman of the seminar, said yesterday the primary objectives of conference are to improve the public understanding of community growth by: resistanc s they shae the appearance and character of our 2)mmBroadenin ad developing the background and understanding of these problems that it might assist the news media in guiding and informing the public. Keynot, speaker for the opening Quarterly, and Heal Estate and Building Editor of the "Louisville (Ky.) Courier-Journal." lie will talkt on "The Cities and Its Critic'. 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for campus knights Dupree by I.,u it GI G RE R IDI RON E N BACK S Every Sunday In The (jhInlcs\ ief Sun $100 CASH AWARDED Eocih Week Has Flu, na athIr SA ,dsrau %1 T hey te im to1udnt resi t but thie the in 'boredn hou at ligtimly Thyh t e on I or thr ',t'(I)[d weit iii rw heGators wrIghel in fit' U. Thb biggtx ,IC g(PIng to be out the line and In t,' back Q ametOtks have even weight idvintage over May Miss If A 'lAst w t rielti < euhi %[W'P41 i org twe ,lwt. il itbant gintitd ,'avmlu p i ht C rs2 kho u dea tmean dta. INt kie qaturSat k Jack Mecathern is lb. U.me'eo ek's specialist. dis kicking with tihe Gators. lie his hIt on tempts. He is currently 4veragilg 38.4 yirds per punt. 'ii" with 4. Game n't it b illI 00hI Sto a 'ihItId kcuck I. lie ts not ted Un il~ thi (eorgIia ""tr' hs'.nx u the irsit time sinc, t he openig game agpintt SMI .Sophonmorp punter Stewe Spuneler tell below 40 yards a punt this week for the first time this st'.sOnl. Cr ayes Nald there plenty of tickets lett. go on SAle the (liy of were still They will the (am. GO!>A TOR S ~YA 'I C HOMECOMING P ost-Grad slaks by rc probably toi ') 3 mit1 of arm( ''rt for the Ion Sof these pa I LI\'n l htiyre N'it rit IoOp 1 on seam an took Leftt for a pIttanlK. bhut $6 q8 a p. 1 Cc: mrd y'zicks t alN )r bu n V. 'M, N ( in' r In 0n A' to it Just Pean o it U, r0 E cn Get your Post Grad Slacks At: &tag U '9 SINCE iqia couete p N 401 W. University Ave Free Porko Thle Browse Shop THE CITY IS T HE PEOPLE. ...Henry t. PRIVATE A C CIDS OVA WANTS AND PUBLIC NEEDS. Edmund ,BASES A ND LENT BOND. THE CHEM 1964 nrg In Rear ChurchillI S. Phelps ISTRY OF THE -. Vender Werf CONSCiENCE OF A CONSERVA TIVE. Borry Goldwater BUDDHISM Its ESSENCE ROMANESQUE. PROTRACTED CONFLICT. AND DEVELOPMENT. Edward Conze .~.-Juan Ainoud Strovsz-Hupe, Kilner et al ALAN POE follows his yards against Mississippi. Yankees ST. LCUE, "*(UN) -'T''. wi,, a clumpionship atmosphere in the New York Yank,, dressing room Wednesday, ev. thawgh the 8-3 vIctory over the St. L ouis Cardjnjal. did ik mat. than deadloch the World Series at three wins apiece. 'it'll be MelStottlemyrs 'Thur. day," manager YngI Berra said calmly,.nd co.,idently. "Who's going torthem?"' Berra dlsciosed that pitcher Jim Houton. ito reluctantly left Wednesday% game In 11w ninth, had a kik Inhisshoulder from the OUR. SAND v te'i e& ARE roTCP K1N9t blocking to pick up needed Tie Series seven"' '""i"g o"I stneted warming up a rlliever then," he .id. "I tmuld hav, brought In anybody Wedai. day."' Boston, ito gave qp at Ieast on hit to each of the first flv. living., said he "dI&,'It.el right welil the fourth." "I wasn't a. sharp as I w.Med to b.," h. said. "11hen I started to f6.1 good. Whst a bessty that grund siam of Jo. Pepitounes was. It's 4lftejenl pichitw with *sn a-i lead than i-I game. 0 -0 -l 2' -----.-See What s New is G

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WHIRLPKCL .1# To -a--.-.~ BRUE IDII. Y (oach Ray Graves could give a sigh of relief this week when he found out he gets to keep the game ball from the Ole Miss-Florida Tis seems logical, but it wasn't a sure thing Saturday. Even Coach Graves was under the impression he would have to give the ball Up until Norm Carlson, sports publicity director, told him the gotxl news Monday. "f surn hate to give this one up," said Graves after the game with the Rebels. The Florida coach thought the bail went to the member of the alumni coming the closest to guessing the score of the game. Every other week the sports publicity office runs contest to see which member of the alumni can come the closest to guessing the scores of several games including Florida's gamn0, and the winner gets the game ball if the Gators win. The score guessing contest Is run in Gator Tales, a newsletter put out by the sports publicity department. The contest had been scheduled the weekend of the Louisiana State game and with its postponement Graves thought the contest moved to the Mississippi game. However, this wasn't the case. The contest will be held this week. Tis means Graves will get to keep the Ole Miss game ball, and a member of the alumni will get the ball from the Homecoming game, If the Gators win. No worry there, The Gators will win, and whoever wants the game ball better pick a high score. The Gators wouldn't be sitting back on last week's laurels. New headlines must be made-especially with all the wise in Tallahassee. The Gators have proven they can beat any team on the Southeastern Conference's "toughest schedule." But that doesn't assure victorie, for the rest of the year. The team has to keep iti spirit up for every game, and the students have to keep their spirit up for every game. Both the students and the team did an excellent Job Saturday. in past years both students and team players have been known to fall down on spirit when the Gators were playing what was considered to be an easy team. It doesn't look like this is Gamecock, will be the victims Shannon, Big Chamj Florida's football "SS Troops," Shannon and Spurrner, are a big reason the Gatars have managed to be 3-0 and already champions of the state of MiselssippL. Veteran quarterback Tom Shannon and brash rookie Stove Spurrner have guided the Gators to wins over SMU, Mississippi State and Ole Mitt, and Saturday train the big gun. on Sout h Carolina,. "We hays been very pleased with the quarterbacking thus far," says Floria head coach Ray Graves. "Shannon's poise and experience has gotten us off on the r ight foot in each game and Spwrrler's dash and daring has already enabled ustoexplode some big plays.' The twosome has combl&d for of Florida spirit by a good Spurrier pions -I-. s <~ Of yards in totaloffenso, including passing and another 126 I1ng. Spurrner leads the passing -I with 19--31 for 232 yards and STug. bannon and Spurrner have tical rushing marks now with *st yards gained apiece, hannon has produced a long e the first time the Gators touched the ball in all three 85. AgaInst SMUJ he engineered Larch from the Florida 30 to Mustang IS, one which died putSMtJinpoor fieldpostion. the Mississippi State ganie non moved the Gators from the -Ida 35 to the Bulldog 12, with miy Hall kicking a field goal that point (or a 3-0 lead. ralrst Ole Miss, a beautiful set Florida back to its own SKY N Nra --And the margin. ckinson South ritmel 'HAk 4f $hilk'' plyr Li last weikenids 28 -6 Iin tdJunbeat*I and aghth r 'nk.ed Nebrtski. The 5-8, 160 pound senior defensive halfback spec 1ias from passes, recovered a fumble and mide II tackles in a gallant individual effort against the quick, fast and good Cornhuskers who other wise manhandled the Gamtecock defenders all afternoon. "Dickinson played a great game," said head coach M arv in Bass. "We may have been beaten much worse If it hadn't been for him. He gave up to nine inches and 60 to 70 pounds to several of the Nebraska pass receivers btut he battled with them from start to finish. His two Interceptions and the fumble recovery stopped Nebraska three times and he made many key tackles." Dickinson, who came to South Carolina from Gordon Military College in Georgia In 1963 alter two years of junior college football, leads the Gamecock squad, and perhaps the Atlantic Coast Conference, in pass interceptions with four. For the second time this season, the Gamecock coaching .taff selected senior quarterback Dan Florida Mississippi, nine-yard moved his the Rebel line. Shannon calmly club all the way to 33, from which point Bob Lyle missed a long field goal attempt and Mississippi took over deep in Its own territory on the 20. Spturrier steered the Gators to S kW Adds S; Carolina 'I in .4 IL w L r ip (hIIy, Reavvh kept I tnst N br lska. At game's end he had 18 completions (a new school record) in 28 attempts (one less than the school record)fr 240c yrsa seven of nine attempts In the 66 I M IK E RAG IN is a ising young Gomeco prom ck end. yard drive that netted the Gamecocks their lone touchdown. Reeves also established a new school record for career passing Gators ,rida a pair of SMU. T~s, getting one on a pass to lonesome end Charles | Casey. He hit three straight passesC to Casey to set up Lyle's winning field goal against State and came'C back in the Mississippi game to w throw a pair of 'tD strikes to Casey. ~~. -*~ 'it Girl On Campus Homecoming Weekend? competition would dr well is keen, to see *| selecti ~n Where you Our ext2nsve NTHE f .Guaranteed by 0 top Company .No war clause .Exclusive benefits epositsdeterred Pitil your earnings increase AN YOU QUALIFY? jil George CorI -Mel ard -Ken Werth 376-I208 cit Egg EERMMENGMMMMENMMERMMV D Makes ---Are You Dating The Prettiest park Defense by ~Lohily UT Ielilig ii I PH-5. Deicnr. [)n hid surpaNwed the school career pass conmpletion ma' k of I 50. which Gramliug held, a we&'k earlier against Georgia a nd now ha s WO0 career completions. HIls 52 completions number complee byt he second best passer in the Atlantic Coast Conference, and he leads the ACC in both total offense and passing GR EENBACKS Every Sunday In The $100 CASH AWARDED Each Week