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TomorrowGLENN 5)I'r

LANEY TOVA LEVINE
Sports Editor Editorial Assistant
Amid the political hubub of
Florida's Homecoming, the Gator Even a food seamstress
football team will go Gamecock have trouble keeping the
hunting tomorrow at 2 p.m. on from bursting open on ,\ (
Florida Field. .4 y today as an estimated ,
The hunting equipment will football fans, merry
consist of a double barreled alumni, and politicians .
shotgun composed of the best pass kicklng-off revelry of the
defense In the nation and a one-two r- cane-haunted Homecoming
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punch offense, while the prey will : 2J ties.Theme
be South Carolina's Gamecocks.The 2 of this year's
last time Florida met South coming is "Gators
Carolina was In 1939 when the '+ a Collegiate World's Fair.
Gamecocks won 6 to 0. The Gators Homecoming, the
and Gamecocks have met 11 times football, social:I and
before with the Gators taking five celebration officially I
and the Gamecocks three. There at 1 p.m. today with a
were three ties. which leaves the ROTC
The Gators who allowed r1 IfA and proceeds down
Mississippi's potent passing. game 'd r A7 Avenue past the reviewing
only eight completions In 22 to South Main Street.
attempts last Saturday will get The parade feature 73
tested this week by Dan Reeves, of floats, marching
who leads the' Atlantic Coast clowns. Tanks, missile

Conference In total offense. lop PRIZES to be awarded at this weekend's' Collegiate World's Fair surround and color guards Uo are
Florida Is ranked first among as special acts.Florida .
major college football teams In Miss Mary Arlislas, beautiful Homecoming Sweetheart. The trophies will be given Showcase:: an

pass defense and ninth In total for. winnino s: its.. floats, and house decorations.Khwschev of the advances and
defense. Three Gator foes have the different colleges of
completed only 17 of 48 passesfor open at noon. Under a
one touchdown.The Ends Reign blue circus tent 1C .. .
Gators' average passing plays will U featured
yield Is a stingy 48.7 yards. mlnature of the 1970

Florida defensive backs have MOSCOW, Friday (UPI) In a drastic a lifetime of service to the Communist party. Complex, an Insight Into
picked off six enemy tosses, with move that caught the world by surprise, the The end of Khrushchev's leadership of the I.Cot Arts and .
Jerry Newcomer and Bruce Soviet Union's Communist party has stripped Soviet Union was announced at midnight(Russian an ROTC exhibition.
Bennett snagging two apiece. Dick Nik it a S. Khrushchev of his posts as premier tim) last night by Tass, the official Soviet The showcase also will
Kirk and Allen Trammell have each and party chief.Khrushchev news acency. The action relieving him of his all day tomorrow except
Intercepted one. bowed out with uncharacteristic duties as t kn Wednesday by the Central the game. It will take
Backing up the Gators' defense on the lawn Infront of
silence and without receiving a single word of
will be the "SS Troops" In the official praise for his 11 years of power and (Continues on page 4)) Auditorium.A .
form of quarterbacks Tom Shannon Florida Blue Key .
and Steve Spurrier. Both starts at 3:15 p.m. In the
quarterbacks have come up with r ment of the Florida ,
the big plays so far this year, Gator Swlmcapades: a n hour
and Coach Ray Graves has said ., SpeaksAt SpeaksAt water show, will begin at 4
this Is the "bent passing team" Keynoting the Florida
he's bad at Florida. Growl Growl KeyBanquet honorary leadership
banquet will be U.s. Sen.
Graves said he thinks he has a ai
the best passers and the best liam Fulbrlght, (D. Ark.)
receivers Among the receivers Tonight MC man of the Senate Foreign
are Charles Casey and Neal Sneed tions Committee. The :
who both made circus catches In sessew.w .- --. members, alumni, and .
the game against Mississippi's guests begins at 4:43 p.m.
Rebels. O'CONNELL GREENE FULBRIGHT Former U.s. Congress
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Friday, Oct. 16, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3
Burns Bahama-Bound j



I To Answer $ QuestionsLAKELAND BLUE KEYTROPHY I I!


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Fla. (UPI) Jack- by which be authorized the turningover prised that his opponent"used such
sonville Mayor Haydon Burns yes- of any holdings he might haveIn political trickery or was so gullible FUNDCONTRIBUTORS
terday said be will go to the Bahamian banks to the Lake- to permit someone else to use
Bahamas this morning and Instruct land United Fund. him In presenting faked and ridiculous -
officials at Nassau's Bank Burns held up some photostats documents reported to be
of Nova Scotia to answer report- while on the platform and said photostats of bank ledger sheets of
er's questions about alleged bank they were the counterfeit bank personal accounts In a bank attri-
accounts in his name. account forms that contained Hol- buted to my name." CAMPUS BOOK STORE
Burns denied claims made by ley's name. Burns had said he rejected "It is up to him to bring forth
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
GOP gubernatorial Candidate ) the offer to buy the forms, proof," Holley said."If I have been .
Charles R. Holley that more than and that the person had told him duped as he claims, then he can PENNEY'S 'p.
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$1 million Is depostled In the to keep them anyway. easily prove it." UNIVERSITY CITY BANKWISE'S :
bank under the name of the Demo- Burns, headquarters In Jacksonville Executive editor Donald Baldwinof
DRUG STORE
cratic nominee for governor. said a telegram was being sent the St. Petersburg Times said
; Burns Invited newsmen to go to to Jack Gore, Fort Lauderdale he had been contacted by Holley MALONE'S
Nassau today to check the reports News editor,authorizing him to ask late September. Baldwin said the LORD BYRON'S SUNDRY
first hand. the Nassau bank for any Information -
candidate had reported he had some
r The Mayor said he would make regarding the alleged account.An Georgia bank statements alleged to LORD BYRON'S RESTAURANT
the trip "In order to deL'/unce and official of the bank said earlier belong to Burns and that he was GATOR SPORT SHOP
deny this or any other bank account that It was against bank policyto trying to track down others In the J.M. FIELD'SUNIVERSITY
outside of the limits of the discuss accounts with a third Bahamas.
United States." party and would not say If Burns INN
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Holley had renewed his demands had an account. Baldwin said Holley wanted the WILSON'S DEPT. STORE
t Wednesday that Burns reveal his Holley said Wednesday that bank paper to help finance the searchbut
KEETER FORD
SHAW &
financial status and said denials officials would not violate policy by that the paper declined.
if alone were not enough. saying there was no such account. The editor said that on Oct.2in HOWARD JOHNSON MOTOR LODGe'
Holley showed Tallahassee Holley said denials from Burns Tampa, during the Democratic
f:' newsmen photostats of banks statements will not satisfy the public."A House caucus, Burns showed him

f; Tuesday, bearing( the name denial by him Is not enough," some copies of bank accounts with The funds donated were used to secure trophies for
of the Bank: of Nova Scotia In Holley said. "He claimed to have Holley's name on them, and said
Nassau, the Bahamas, a-.d listingthe been born in Kentucky when he was they had been offered for $500. the Homecoming Sweetheart Contest, Gator Growl tro

depositlor as "Haydon Burns, born In Chicago. He denied using phies, Homecoming Parade float competition and house
1805 Lorimer Rd., Jacksonville." Jacksonville police In his campaign PLAY decoration trophies.
The statements listed a balance and the next day two were
of $1,215,000 as of Sept. 30, with arrested In Sarasota County put- GRIDIRONGREENBACKS
the last deposit shown as $100,000 ting up his signs Illegally.
on Aug. 20. "He denied the support of an Our Thanks In BehalfOf
I Burns denied the deposits Tues NAACP official, then confrontedwith Every Sunday In The 6
day night and said Holley's information proof, he changed his tune.
was counterfeit. Burns He claimed the endorsement our Gainesville Sun The Student BodyMembers
said he had been offered the same UJ5. senators and other high elect- E
: materialonly with Holley's name ed officials and then they denied 'If f
:,:t on It for $500. Burns declinedto their endorsement of him." $100 CASH

to Identify who made the offer. "His denials are worthless," AWARDED --- of FBK
I Burns said on arrival at Lake- Holley said.
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Honor Court I I Khrushchev 1 1WIlli



(Continued from page I))
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50 Years Old1'111s ." 'I Committee of the Communist par
'K \ :t\ ty while he was away at his Blad
: : Sea vacation retreat.To 1
weekend the UF's Honor System will officially be one-half j Ilfi.tf replace him, the Cent -
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century old. ', 't. ( Committee elected two of his to]
In an executive proclamation signed last week by Gov. Farris Bryant, lieutenants.

Oct. 16th was designated to commemorate the adoption of. the Honor B -Leonid Brezhnev, who became th)
System by the entire student body In 1914. r first secretary of the Communi<
The System was first used by the senior Law School class
and was : r party and thus the most power
_soon____ orlnntorl___ -- hv_. other_ n___ nrnfaitftnr--------- : : man in Russia.
for tralln their classes. -Alexei
,, Kosygin, who was name
> chairman of the Council of MinIsters
Didn'tBring ,.
King f
The establishment of the Honor N Ni' or Premier.
k A front
ourt was the result of a compete page announcement in th
overhaul of the organization Friday morning edition of the Communist
.if Student Government (SG) In .;, ,t party organ Pravda said th
916. The Honor Court at that Peace new Soviet regime was dedicateto
Ime consisted of four representa- the policies of Khrushche
Ives -- one from each class. The official announcement thj
''otal enrollment at the Unlver- came In the middle of the nigh
Ity then was 650. while a wave of rumors about th
Bryant SaysTALLAHASSEE Nikita S. Khrushchev Leonid I. Brezhnev government shakeup swept throu )
Moscow said Khrushchev had asket

Both the Honor System and the (UPIr Gov. to be relieved. The reason "HL
fonor Court have undergone Im- Farris Bryant said Thursday Plat * 'advanced age and deterioration o

wrtant changes since their con- Martin Luther King brought ,vio- his health" Khrushchev is 70 bu
:eptlon. lence to St. Augustine and he Ylould he had appeared as full as bound
not as ever and showed no signs o
have voted the Negro civil
rights leader the Nobel Peace Goffman physical wear and tear.
In 1931, contrary to earlier Prize had be sat 'on the Nobel Spanier In the capitals and chancellerle
of the the
world
news that Khrush"
)rocedure, criminal trials were nominating committee.
nade secret, and the Identy of "Dr. King did not bring peaceto obey was out came as a shock '
)ffenders no longer published.In Florida," Bryant told his news Even the foreign diplomatic corp:
conference. "He was' a hindranceto Say Changes In Moscow, usually alert to th>
1940 election procedures law and order." slightest shift In Kremlin politics

Bunged and the Clerk of the Honor The seeds of trouble were there, confessed surprise.
Court was elected from the student the governor added and King used YVETTE CARDOZO MIKE GODDARDStaff Although surprised, most diplomats
xdy at large instead of from the St. Augustine to dramatize his Staff Writer WriterDr. saw the Soviet shift as th
court membership. The purpose "struggle." result of his failure to solve Rus
stated at the time was to avoid all "There was violence there, due The switch of Soviet leaders Irving Goffman, assistant sla's mounting tide of problemat
political divisions within the court In part to his activities." Bryant will probably not mean a change professor of Economics, said last home and abroad. But they fore
Itself. added that ardent segregationists in fundamental Soviet policy toward night that the "retinnent" of Soviet saw no immediate major changein
likewise decided to make St. Augustine the United States. Prmler Nikita Khrushchev Soviet policy toward the West
a battleground."A This was the opinion expressedby will have no long-run effects upon One United States diplomat sai
Today the Honor Court Is headedby battleground Is not peace Dr. J.W. Spanier, professor our market relationship with It was a change of personalitiesnot
a Chancellor, elected by the ful," he said. of political science upon hearingthe Russia, or upon our own market. a change of policies.Khrushchev's .
student body, who serves as trial On another subject, Bryant said news of Nikita S.Khrushchev's "This is certainly a sudden heirs, many o
judge. lie Is aided by a clerk who failure of the Southern Governor's reltlrement. development," he said. "It will them saved from the terror o
keeps records of the cases. Conference to adopt a resolutionby "The change from Khrushchev affect the stability of our relationship Josef Stalin by Khrushchev, ar
Gov.George Wallace of Alabama to Leonid I. Brezhnev Isn't going with the Soviet Union In that not expected to turn back the poll
Sixteen Justices elected from aimed at giving states sole con- to be as startling as the one we are accustomed to Khrushchev. tical clock to despotism. Khrush
each college on campus investigate trol over their public schools Is not from Stalin to Malenkov and then We had a degree of predictability chev had been first party secre
and present cases before the Court. grounds for getting rid of the to Khrushchev," Spanier said. with him; he was proven a success- tary since 1953 when Stalin died
An attorney general Is appointedto "unanimous consent" rule of the Spanier said personalities would ful leader with a degree of moder- He took the premiership in 1958
represent the student body, along conference. probably not make a differenceat ation." To all appearances Khrushctw
with a chief defense counsel who Under this rule, no resolutioncan this point. "This will affect the status quo bowed out peacefully, and it wa
represents the defendant.The be brought up without the "Soviet foreign and domestic since Khrushchev's agricul- expected that he would be give
unanimous consent of all governors policies are pretty much set," ture policies were weak. This a generous government pensio
chancellor,attorney general attending the conference. he continued. "Soviet leadership change is likely to provide their to live on quietly for the rest o
and chief defense counsel are re- Bryant was chairman of the today has to meet certain condi- internal economic developmentswith his life.
quired to be law students. conference and he favored the Wal- tions. It has to respond in certain more funds, perhaps by taking A certainty was that Khrush
lace proposal. He told his news ways no matter who is head." some from othir areas such chev's disappearance from the
If found guilty of an Honor Court conference only one vote was cast Spanier ,cited the issue of as the military. Moscow governmental scene vii
violation, a student may be sen- against the proposal but reporters nuclear weapons and domestic relations Goffman said that perhaps we be welcomed in Peking where Rec
tenced to penalty hours or sus- covering the conference said three as examples. will see a stronger policy betweennew Chinese officials have demand
pension from the University. votes were cast against It. Russian policy toward nuclear Russian leaders and the his ouster as the price for negotiations
weapons will not become belligerent Chinese Communists concerning aimed at healing the bread
because of the change, he their ideological differences. between Red China and the Sovlei
said. Union. Khrushchev's angry tirades
r against the Communist Chines
apparently had carried him past tht
If * point where he could be reconcllet
with them.


; U.S.Officials See Humphrey



No Policy Changes Says Maybe


WASHINGTON (UPI) U.S. authorities said yesterday that U he can fit a trip to UF
replacement of N I k It a Khrushchev as Soviet Premier and into .his schedule Dv.m.cntevicepresidential
Communist party boss did not appear to foreshadow any early candi-
change In Soviet policy.
will
date Hubert H. Humphrey
They warned however that it could have long range repercus- speak here, according to UP
sions because of the vast disarray in the world
Communist
camp. president J..Wayne Reitz.
It3S pointed out that Khrushchev bequeathed his atUF
successors An Invitatfbn to speak
a titanic struggle with Red China on the eve of !ts entry Into the before the election was extended -
nuclear age a multitude of economic problems within Russia and by Reitz to both vice-
the Communist growing bloc.restlessness In the hitherto solid East European presidential candidates.
"We've received acknowledgement -
These explosive issues made it extremely dangerous to predict, from the Demo-
officials said, just what line the Kremlin but
eventually would have cratic national committee,
to adopt to try to meet its
mounting problems.
Hum-
If
as yet it's not known
.._ The assumption that there would be no Immediate major shifts phrey will come,'Reitz said.
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in Soviet policies was based on the fact that Khrushchev's two Congressman William E.
powerful posts went to men he is believed to have ,
IT TAKES a pretty big umbrella to cover up house decor- some time ago as his successors.The handpicked will Miller definitely Republican not speak nominee bert

ations, but Zeta Tau Alpha's Judy Evans and Barbara designation of Leonid I. Brezhnev as first secretary of be added. Miller has already
the
Communist party of the Soviet
make to and theirdispla'y. Union, the more powerful campaigned In Florida and will
Rogers an attempt preserve complete of the two posts, was anticipated by many UjS. officials should returnvisit.
not have time for a
oW'Photo( by Vernon Barchard) Khrushchev quit or be forced out. .

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Campus Gets Set For Homecoming <



Jane Wendt, 2UC from Coral
(Continued from page 1)) Gables
xjr # .KliF. Miss McDonnell Is sponsored by
Liam C. Lantaff of Miami Is toast- Zeta Tau Alpha and Miss Wendt,
master for the Blue Key banquet.An Delta Tau Delta.Professional .
estimated 900 will be on hand fraternity break-

for the dinner. fasts begin Homecoming activitiesfor
Simultaneously with the ban- tomorrow. Alpha Kappa Psi
quet, Mortar Board, woman's business fraternity will feature
honorary group, will hold a buffet Representative Frederick B. Karlas
P supper In the Student Service Cen- speaker.
ter (Hub) beginning at S p.m. Legal fraternity breakfasts and
) t t Highlighting the Mortar Board speakers will bet Phi Delta Phi,
/ 4 banquet Is Virginia Mae Brown, Jacksonville Mayor Haydon Burns;
.
t first woman member of the Inter- Phi Alpha Delta, Justice RichardE.
state Commerce Commission.A Ervin of the State Supreme

3 pre- rowl show Includes a Court; Delta Theta Phi, Attorney
pep rally beginning at 8:30 p.m., General elect Earl Faircloth.
presentations of the new Homecoming Alumni Reunion Program begins
sweetheart and Mrs. UF, at 8:30 a.m. when returning alumni
a talk by Florida Supreme Court may register in their particular
Justice Stephen C. O'Connell on college booth on the Plaza of Americas -

E the 50th Anniversary of the UF lawn.
: Honor System, and music by a Booths will be set up be each
number of state high school bands. college. A $100 scholarship will
Student talent, fraternity- be presented to the college with
sorority skits, and colorful fire the highest percentage of
works will brighten the sky the registered alumni. The award

fit_-, ...- m atmosphere, and the pre-football will be presented by William R.

THE STAGE or, rather, the stadium is set for Gator Growl, the largest allstudentshow spirit variety show highlights the Conway Association.president of UF Alumni
day's activities. The show begins
I in the world, and some 40,000 people are expected to jam into it tonight. (Photo at 8 p.m. in Florida Field. UF Pres. J. Wayne Reitz will

by Vernon Barchard) Raleigh W.Greene Jr.,chairmanof welcome the alumni and Coach Ray
Florida Council of 100,is mister Graves will be the feature speakeron
of ceremonies for the two-hour the alumni program.
Events ScheduleFRIDAY program. The second Swimcapades program -
Gator Growl will encompass 12 begins at 10 a.m. in the

See Page 20 separate talent acts and five skits. University Pool.Florida.Florida.
OCTOBER 16 Skits will be presented by Alpha State Univer-

Swimcapades; University Pool Delta PI, Delta Phi Epsllon, and sity soccer teams will compete on \
sororities Delta the field adjacent to University
Zeta Tau Alpha ,
4:45-7:45 P.M. .
Tau Delta and Phi Kappa Tau Avenue at 10 p.m. t
For More
Florida Blue Key Banquet; Main Floor, FloridaGymnasium fraternities. John Marshall Bar Association
"l' The talent numbers, under the (JMDA) skits will be presentedon
direction of Rick Grlner, range the Law school lawn. Nationaland
5:00-7:30 P.M. from folk singing dance routinesto state officials and politicians
Mortar Board Ladies Buffet; Student Service News AboutHomecoming various Instrumental In addi- will be featured In satire JMBA
Center tion, the Women's and Men's Glee members stage "That was the Year
Clubs will sing.Homecoming. that Was." The performance is
6:30-8:00 P.M.PreGrowl sweetheart Is MaryR. open to all.

; Florida Field Arliskas, 3ED, a Zeta Tau The alumni barbeque will be
Alpha from Clearwater. Miss held In Florida Gymnasium at 11
8:00 P.M. -10:00P.M. Arliskas is sponsored by SigmaNu a.m. The barbeque is sponsoredby
32nd Annual Gator Growl; Florida Field fraternity. Members of her the Alumni Association in con-

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17 court are Carolyn Anne McDonell, Junction with Florida Blue Key.
4ED from Wllllston, and Betty Food Service is in charge of the
7:45 A.M.9:15 A.M. arrangements.

Professional Fraternity Breakfasts Florida Gators meet the South

Legal Fraternity Breakfasts UF Food Service Carolina Field at 2 Gamecocks p.m. The Homecoming on Florida

Delta Theta Phi University Inn sweetheart and her court will be

Phi Alpha Delta University CafeteriaPhi presented at half-time and will in
turn present trophies to the winners -
Delta Phi Holiday Inn
of the house decorations,

: '8:30 A.M.6:00 P.M. Fixes Key FeastAs float, and Gator Growl skit

University of Florida Showcase; contests. Mrs. UF will sit with
the Homecoming Court on the sidelines -
Plaza of Americas (not open during game) during the game.
a housewife prepares for To complete this spread, Blue
10:30 A.M.
8:30 A.M. Inter-Hall Council will presenta
weekend guests, so UF Food Ser- foyers can "finish off with 200
Homecoming Ball tomorrow night
Alumni Reunion; Plaza of Americas vice also has a shopping list and apple pies and 150 gallons of cof
at 8:30 p.m. In the Hub. The
10:00 A.M. 11:30A.M.Swimcapades menu plans for the Florida Blue fee. Sweetheart and her court will be
Key Bnaquet. The banquet begins
Pool presented.
; University > this evening at 4:43 in the Florida According to Welborn, the food
Concluding events of Homecoming -
10:00 A.M. 12:00 NOON Gymnasium. will be transported from the cafeteria -
weekend will U the breakfasts -
: Soccer (Florida vs. FSU) Florida Field ,, to the gym In live or six in the Individual religious
,
I An average housewife may spenda trucks equipped with hot food con-
adjacent to University Avenue few minutes thinking about a tainers. centers Sunday morning.
Homecoming Involves expensesof
,
11:30 A.M. J# dinner's and an hour or so
10:30 A.M. menu
About p.rsonn.I-.cook., about $30,000 and the work of
John Marshell Bar Association Skits; Law t preparing It. However, several set-up people and c 1 ea n-up people about %,'00 people In various departments -
months of consideration and over
School ..aid in producing the banquet, according to Robert
24 hours of actual
preparation go
which represents the largest pro- Norwood Gay 111, 4LW of Jack-
11:00 A.M. 1 1:30 P.M. Into the planning, cooking, and ject of Food Service Involving a sonville.

Alumni Barbecue; Florida Gymnasium banquet administering according of to the Gay Blue II. Wei-Key seated meal, Welborn said. last Plans AprilGaysatd."Homecomingrequires for Homecoming began

2:00 P.M.4:30 P.M. born. UF Food Service director.
I i ". Ninety fraternity pledges will almost year-round planning -
I Florida vs. South Carolina; Florida Field, d; wait on the tables at the banquet. ." he said.Gainesville.
: ,w.Homecoming Mountains potatoes,more than police force will
12:30 P.M. ,
8:30 P.M. -
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half-ton of beef, and gallons of
,.,. ",r a Extra silverware andplaUs, practically double today during the
Ball ; The Hub, '/'t,.: coffee will be consumed by the normally not in use, table cloths, parade and Growl, according to

SUNDAY OCTOBER 18 expected 900-1000 members, coffee containers, and special. Capt. W.W. (Bill) Howe U. The
j alumni and guests.
distinguished
: -. glasses will be taken from storagefor regular day and night shift will
8:30 A.M. 10:30 A.M. "J the occasion said Welbom. work together during these events.
Student Religious Center Sponsored Breakfasts Between speeches by U.S. Sen.J. Highway patrolmen will be on
; William Fulbrlght, (D-Art.), Food Service will also sponsorthe duty along with the city police
12 NOON 6:00 P.M. chairman of the Senate Foreign
Mortar Board buffet dinner and men. Four officers and five or
University of Florida Showcase Relations Committee and former a dinner given by UF Pres. and six detectives will be on duty all

I Plaza of Americas U.s. Congjroiman William C. Mrs. J. Wayne Reltt at the same day tomorrow, flown said.
Lantaff of Miami, 'toastmaster, time as the Blue Key banqutt. City school children will get a
1:00 P.M.3:00 P.M. scores of past and present Blue day of freedom from school as
Parade; University Avenue Key members will down 575 pounds According to Welborn, it will county schools close all day tor
of roast prime rib of bed, 400 take at least until Wednesday before a t father-parent conference.Homecoming .
3:15 P.M.4:45 P.M. pounds of au gratis potatoes, 83 everything is cleaned up and activities are not the
Florida Blue Key Smoker; Basement of the Florida loaves of French bread and 83 another week until all the special reason for school's closing,School
dozen Parker House rolls. utensils packed away. Board officials said.
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The spirit of Homecoming Is a spirit which cannot be equaled

anywhere. It means many things to many people. To studentsIt

means the biggest football game of the year; the biggest partiesof

the year; working many nights decorating the campus; working
many months In advance preparation; and much more. M

To alumni, homecoming means an adventure in nostalgia; _-

seeing old friends, seeing a beloved campus again, watching a I N \ HC OUT
fine football team In action, and bringing back memories which

are beyond value.

To the city of Gainesville, homecoming Is the grandest time

of the year. A parade down University Avenue,banners decorating
the streets, and an air about the town which equals Times
Square on New Year's Eve; that's what we all expect from CLYDE

Gainesville at this Ume of the year.

No other university can boast an event like Gator Growl, a Comes HomeDON
veritable "convention" of the state's leading policiticans,banquet Clyde Hope

which through its history has featured some of the great men of

the country as Its speakers, a football game with spirit galore, One other notable appointment Clyde Hope
the most beautifully decorated campus in the South, and so much GROOMS would make Is the ambassador to South Viet

more, all In one weekend. ColumnistIt's Lincoln Rockwell of the American
Gainesville and Nam. George
In
We like Homecoming; It offers something for everyone; and homecoming week has and
Nazi Party already an army no placeto
wa want to take this ,opportunity to thank the literally thousands Clyde Hope Is coming home. statesmen fight. Malcolm X of the Black Nationalistsalso
of people who put so much time Into making It the memorable Along with the other American
has an army. Clyde Hope would appoint
event that it Is. The University of Florida's Homecoming like Strom Thurmond, Hayden Burns Furls
and Malcolm X ambassadors
Rockwell as to
the in the nation which Is students. Bryant and Ken Kennedy, '
largest one run entirely by
Viet Nam, then sit back and watch our troubles
As you observe the campus this weekend, look at the fine Clyde Hope will be

decorations at the fraternity houses, sorority houses, and dorm campaigning for votes. end.Other Cabinet
Clyde members will be
Itorles. Months of planning lay behind each scheme. Although For those who aren'taware
appointed as people prove themselves out
much work is involved for everyone, Homecoming is an event of It, Clyde Hope
standing enough to merit appotntment.EDITOR'S .
which is almost unforgetable. None have ever thought that the says, "Our only hope Is
work was not well worthwhile. Clyde Hope."

After all the planning and work Is over, an air of Joy and light The big thing Clyde will DESKDon't
hearts fill the air. With the approach of the big weekend of the plug this weekend is his

year, students seem literally to forget the books in favor of choice of cabinet members. i
the fun of the weekend, and we think that's good. Mr. Hope says LBJ and Miss A ThingWALKER

We think that the students of this University work hard and Goldwater both have an

deserve a weekend like Homecoming.This University constantly outmoded method of GROOMS LUNDY
Improving academically. The students are forced to meet the new choosing cabinet members.. Editor I
scholastic standards, and It Is greatly to their credit that they can For example, Goldwater would make Richard

stage an extravaganza such as Homecoming, with all the work Nixon secretary of state, Gov. Scranton for Homecoming, 1964. The weekend is ahead

Involved. Each year the studies become more difficult, yet secretary of labor, and probably Robert Welch for some 80,000 visitors as well as for the

Homecoming becomes bigger with each passing year. Bigger secretary of defense. Johnson would probably UF student body.Homecoming. .

,Homecomings mean more work, yet somehow the students of this go with Dean Rusk, MacNamara and the rest There's no other weekend likeIt.

University conslstantly manage to stage the best and biggest of the present crew. .

homecoming in the nation, without hurting the academic average Clyde Hope, however, takes a more realistic As a senior, we feel like a veteran of
of the school. approach to the problem.For Homecoming celebrations, and we're looking
The Alligator would like to congratulate the entire student secretary of the treasury we need a man forward to this one like a beer-happy freshman.

body on staging such a fine show. It Is our sincere hope that who understands finance. Who understands The only advice we can give a first-timer
the spirit of Homecoming 1964 will never be forgotten by the finance better than Bobby Baker? Is don't miss a single thing. See the parade,

students or by the thousands of visitors and alumni who will fill For secretary of commerce, who understands the swim capades, pre-Growl, Growl, the law
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Interstate commerce better than Jimmy Hoffaof .
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our campus this weekend. skits tomorrow morning
the Teamster's Union? ,.:..1. and, oh, don't forget the
When a man like Walter Reuther can gougea 1' game.

The ridiculous contract out of Ford, Chryslerand Get to Growl early If
FloridaALLIGATOR General Motors. .Imagine what he could Even 6
you want a seat.
gouge out of Russia, Red China and Cuba. ; "., TOO early.
is not
p.m.
[ Reuther for secretary of state. .... Dress warmly no matter

There must be a place somewhere in our what the temperature Is
government for Blllle Sol Estes. His talents Florida
when you leave.
for skullduggery should not be wasted In a jail Field gets cold at night
Served by United Press International cell. Since Blllle Sol made his career out of especially when you're

fleecing farmers, It's obvious that he sitting high la the stands.

Editor . . . . . . Walker Lundy understands their problems. Clyde Hope would 1 LUNDY 1 1 That's all the advice

Managing Editor . . . . .Joel Gaston make Blllle Sol secretary of agriculture. we've got, except try to stay sober so you'll
Executive Editor. . . . . . Ron Spencer Under Clyde Hope, the Supreme Court wouldbe remember
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Nancy Brachey eliminated. There's no use paying nine men everything.

Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Dave Berkowitz to do what Martin Luther King Jr. could do t t t .
Editorial Page Editor. . . . .JIm Hammock all by himself. King would replace the Supreme

Sports Editor. . . . . . .Glenn Laney Court and'we'd never again have to worry about MIDNIGHT MUSINGS .. The campus policedid

City Editor. . . . . . .Skip Havlser five-four votes, minority reports and long an excellent job watch-dogging the student
Campus Living Editor. . . . Jackie Cornelius deliberations. King wouldn't need all that office side of the field before the Ole Miss game.
space, so It could be converted Into a Medicare
I Object was to stop the flow of alcohol into
Editorial Assistants .. Bruce Dudley Tova Levine Jim Center.
,
,
I the the cops
stadium. We think It's a good Idea;
Castello, Ann Carter. Don Federman, Donita Mathison, Sam The biggest problem facing Clyde Hope, in field. ,
were just on the'wrong side of the
Ulltnan Ernie Utz (Circulation Manager), Stan KulpCartoonist). Department.relation to the Instead cabinet of posts a ,single Is the Attorney Justice .Legislative Council people Jumped on

Reporters .. Ed Barber (Tigert Hall Beat Chief), Patti Pita General, Clyde Hope would appoint a Troika Secretary of Legislative Affairs somethingand Martin
Edwards.
Seems he's to DO
of Bull trying
(Student Government Beat Chief, Joe Kollin, Bob Golub, Joe composed Connor of Birmingham, Roy
they're not used to actions.
Wilkins of the NAACP
Yvette Cardozo. Eunice Tall Frank and Robert.Welch of
Waldorf, Sharon Kelley the Birch .A UF history teacher told the latest
Lee Alexander Agnes Fowles Fran Snider, Thelma Society. Obviously these three would
Shepard Goldwater It seems
funny In class.
yesterday
be so busy battling each
other wouldn't
they
Mossman. Bill Sadowski Marjorie Green. Evan Langbeln, David after
Goldwater decided not to to Europe
have time to bug the people. go
Kennedy, MarU1Brlcklln.. Liz Bre-nr. Gretchen VandenBerg, the election. He's afraid he'll go off the edge
David Ropes, Terry Rogers, Susie Halback, Joan Gaston, Pam of the world. .

Drown Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, Beverly Faber Dick We've always wondered: More than 80,000
Schneider, Greg Seltz, Bunny Goldbert. Kathi Blany. Sue Dobbie. Editor's Note: people come to Gainesville for Homecoming.

Please sign all I letters K> Florida Field only holds 47,000, of which 20,000
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaperof
are either students, university staff membersor
the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly the editor, giving your townspeople. That leaves 80,000 people: ) to

except during May, June and July when It Is published seml- telephone number so we squeeze into 25,000 seats. Nice work if you
weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The
can get It. .
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. may be sure that the '. .This is the second straight Homecoming
second class matter at the United I letter is authentic.
The Alligator Is entered as that's been threatened by a hurricane. We're
States Post Office at Gainesville. glad the "ladles" couldn't mate It either time.

Gator Growl in a 120- m.pJu wind Just doesn't
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I Excitement Is Too MuchA


tall brunette In a trench coat drove up
"My knees were knocking bad I know It
to the front of the Zeta Tau Alpha House so
last Sunday at 6 a.m. in a Volkswagen laden must have shown through my formal."
with newspapers. The three finalists, Mary, Carolyn McDonell

Homecoming Queen was the first real beauty and Betty Wendt, went to Tampa, St.Petersburg
title Miss Mary Arllskas had ever won, and and Orlando Oct. 2 and 3 to meet UF alumni.
she was too excited to be sophisticated.
Mary, 19, was chosen from 38 girls to be "We slept on our noses- the whole time so
one of the three finalists In the contest, and we wouldn't mess up our hair," Mary said. 1
was crowned Sat. at the Old Miss game. She Betty and Mary did the hula at the Outrigger
will reign over UF Homecoming activities Inn in St. Petersburg.
this week. "This funny little man came up and draggedus
Mary Is known as "Skunk" to her friends onto the stage. Betty was so good they triedto
because of the white lock of hair at the back keep her. : R Nr
of her head. The girls ran back to their motel room after

"!t's a birthmark," Mary said, "and the the festivities to watch the tapes on television.Just .
name 'Skunk' suited the situation Just fine." as the tapes came on, the television wenton
When Mary called her parents In Clearwaterto the blink and the trio watched a fuzzy
tell them the good news, her mother's picture with no sound at all.
first reaction was "how are your grades" and "The photographers In Silver Springs were
warned her not to get a big head over the amazing," Mary added. "On the count of threewe
contest. were supposed to stand on our toes, pullin :
Mary gets a big kick out of people's reactionsto our stomachs and effervesce."
her since she got the title. Monday night Mary was given a scrub board and a towel '
when the sandwich she had ordered from Alan's and told to get Into the water up to her neck.

Cubana came, the delivery boy fumbled around, "Just smile, effervesce and pretend you are
looked at her sheepishly, congratulated her, scrubbing that towel,"the photographer<1ered.
blushed and ran Into the door Jam. "Be domestic."
At Silver Springs, the judges asked Mary On Oct. 5, the three girls served coffee
what she thought to be the hardest part of the at a Florida Blue Key reception in the Florida
contest. Union.

"It's over," she replied, "...getting out "Something happened to the coffee pot, and
of bed this morning." we couldn't turn It off. Carolyn got coffee all
Mary did not panic again until her name was over her dress, and there is still a big stainon ARLISKAS
announced the floor of Johnson Lounge."
as queen.
"AU I could think of was, 'how on earth The girls were chaperoned by Zollle M.

will form?I'"ever get up on that rickety little plat- St.Maynard Petersburg Jr. and tour.his wife, Kathy, during the Socialism Will Lead To Fall I

"My mother thought we would be travelingwith
Dee Miller last year's Homecoming: Queen,
told Mary to stop shaking when she put the crown a couple of little old ladles,so she polishedthe "Unless the United States reverses -' around America Influencing tfle%
teapot for our arrival." its trend toward 'welfare American people."
bead."Zo111e .
on her
Maynard, a senior In political science, wasn't state' socialism, It is finishedas \
was great," Mary reflected, "He exactly a little nld lady. a world power," declared According to Stallings, these J
watched over us diligently reassured us and "alumni" have surrounded the last )
,
Mary said the winner of the contest was Justa Florida Rep. George D. Stallings
did everything to help." five United States presidents. The
matter of of Jacksonville Wednesday night.
Sharon Testy, Miss UF, who coordinated the opinion. k "Collapse and ruin will result, be said, Is that few Intelligent
contest in Silver Springs, gave the girls another "The prettiest girls don't win. It's Just the fate surelybe / policies have come out of
our Stallings said to
way you hit the Judges at a certain moment! ," an
hand. Washington the three
helping during past
audience of 18
Young Americans
said the 5-foot 7-inch
"She knew what it was like on the stage," green-eyed Junior. for Freedom and decades
Students for
Mary transfer
a from
said. "She sat there the Florida State
Mary during whole Goldwater at the
thing and made faces to make us laugh." University, Is majoring elementary education.She Florida Union "The virus of socialism Is a
is a Little Sister of Minerva for Sigma Auditorium. disease of intellectuals, not of

Alpha Epsilon, but was sponsored by Sigma Nu In his speech Stalllngs described empty bellied masses," Stalllngs
TV In the contest. stated. "People familiar to most
the birth and growth of socialismin
Americans have been part of this
the United States. Stalling is
socialistic movement."
HIFIRADIOS PLAY the representative who Introducedthe

GRIDIRONGREENBACKS Florida bill requiring Americanism These people Included writers

MastSPORTSMEN'S versus communism count Upton Sinclair and Jack London,
in public schools. lawyer Clarence Darrow,educator

HOME & AUTOPHONOGRAPHS The birth of American socialism John Dewey, and journalist Walter
Every .Sunday In The Lippmann.
took place on September 12, DO',
in "Even at this moment (there arc
a Manhattan organization called
QAinesville j Sun the Intercollegiate Socialist millions of Americans who know
CYCLE CENTER Society. nothing of the threat of socialism,"
617 N. Main St. $100 CASH Stalllngs said.
COLLEGE RADIO SHOP He considered a "thorough
SUZUKISales AWARDED "If alumni," Stalling laid, housecleaning the only hop.

817 W UNIVERSITY AVE. & Service Each Week "are now I D key positions of "It Is mandltory that we replacethe
government, church and education liberal element with men of

sound Intelligence," he stated.
"We need a new set of leaders"
Stalling commented: that In the
eyes of the liberal press he might
AUTO LOANS be seen as a right wing extremist.
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Staff Writer system.
"However" he stressed, "as
"More disadvantages than long as we have it, it Is the official
advantages. .too much pressure. position of the UFj, and both the t

.a rat race," is how UP Pres.J. student body and faculty will try
MISTER I \: Wayne Reitz summed up the to do the very best of our abilityto
trimester system."Personally make it work.

j ,, ," Reitz stated, "I "I think there Is too much
see far more disadvantages than pressure involved in the trimester
system" he continued,"both from
the standpoint of the students and

System Has faculty. As such, there is not I
enough time In the educational I

process for what you might call
meditation and reflection, whichis
Failed Says
EGI'SLATOR- an Important part of learningand
Intellectual development."

Reitz then spoke of the two
President
FSU
major objectives of the trimester,
better space utilization and
assisting students In receiving
Donita Mathison
their baccaulaureatedecreesooner.
Staff Writer
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"1 maintain,"Reitz emphasized,
has failed
The trimester system
fellow students alumni "that nether of these objectiveshas
Mr.
to reach either of its two pre- Dear Legislator, ,
been achieved. As tar
as space
conceived goals, according to Dr. and other visitors:
utilization Is concerned, we have
Gordon Blackwell, president of Homecoming is a time for revelry and hearty the period from April to June,

Florida State University. handshakes and get-to-gethers with old friends. during which time we have fewer
"Theoretically, plant facilities
would be better utilized and the It's a time for joy and not a time for anything students than under the old.y.tem.
"We do have more attending
trimester would help students that might warrant deep contemplation. during the latter part of summer
graduate taster," Blackwell said. weekend is. .well It's Homecoming
Homecoming than we had under the old summer
that, In
Blackwell explained weekend. session," he said, "but I feel
these goals have not yet
reality,
materialized. For the staff of The Alligator, It is the end of that It we relieved the year-roundpressure '
which we now have, we
"Only 50 per cent of the studentsIn several weeks of concentrated work: trips across would have more students enrolled

the fall registered for summer the state, long distance telephone calls, much during the summer than we've been
session. We expected it to Increaseby "
didn't leg-work around the campus, and many having under the trimester.
ten per cent, and it Reitz explained that as far as
after-midnight brain-storming sessions.
he said. the student receiving his degree
He added the other assumptionwas The eight pages you are entering are, we feel, any sooner, the administration

that students would carry one of the most extensive studies of the trimesterever found that, on the average,studentsdo
more hours in courses and therefore -
not complete their studies aa
graduate sooner. made by a group of students. ;t
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soon under the trimester system -
"The average load of hours a Mr. Legislator, it was done for you, as well as as he would under the semester

trimester has decreased' for the student body, alumni and the other visitorsto system.
Blackwell said. "Students are
losing some of the benefits when our campus this weekend. (Continued on Page 14))
they work less." Please do not shrug your shoulders and throwIt

He noted that students and facultyat away. Read it and consider what the people What's Inside

FSU have tried to make the Interviewed have to say. We talked to everyone
work and the students
trimester ,
have realized they must settle from the governor to the administration to the

down and work."Sororities faculty to the students. MESSRS. BRYANT AND

fraternities, and Their opinions on the trimester are* included BURNS AND HOLLEY

clubs on campus have cut down here. If you do not have time to read it this weekend, Page 11
"
their activities, be said.
Blackwell explained that the put it in your pocket and read it when you get home

.faculty generally favored the Sunday.
trimester system, In comparisonto The Alligator has included every opinion but Its
when it was FSU FACULTY REPORT
the quarter system,
own. We're leaving that out. We think you'd rather

adopted."Now teachers have tried to read fact instead of opinion. Pages 10-11

Include the same amount of work. The trimester: where it's been and where It's

but It's Impossible he said. going. Read, Mr. Legislator, and judge for yourself.
"They are not able to devote UF DEANS
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enough time to scholarly researchIn
each field." Pages 13-14 ,
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Blackwell said two groups of ,, .$ .

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(EDITOR'S NOTE: Last year, It a harried frantic rat-race." provide for assimilation, the point. We can'adjust'to almost --year-round operation of
the American Association of The report was almost six monthsIn reflection, digestion, maturationla anything. The question is: have university should be realized
I. University Professors at Florida preparation and is one of the .. short, the education provided we helped or hurt the educational instituting at the earliest possi
i State University conducted an most extensive done on the subject.The has no depth. process of the university dateno later thanSeptetnber,19
.
extensive survey on the trimester Alligator reprints several ".-a trimester course cannotbe a calendar of two full semest
system and Its effects at FSU. important sections of the lengthy the equivalent of a semester running from Sept. 1 to May
Comments from 473 professorsover report bereJUnfavorable course. A decrease in the student's "The trimester system as with an extended summer sess
-- 73 per cent of the faculty course load and a decrease in the practiced on this campus (FSU) running from approximately J
were considered by the committee amount of material given in a since September, 1962: 15 to approximately Aug. 20.
that drew up the final 21-page comments op the course is imperative. "--does not carry the legislative "If a full schedule of cour
I I report. The professors, almost trimester settled in six major ".the Increased pressure Intent, but rather adds to the is offered in the summer sessli
without exception, heavily catagorles: under trimester operation has financial burden of the student: this would allow for the sa
criticized the trimester, calling "--trimester operation falls to resulted in lower quantity and more students have to go longer acceleration in obtaining degr
quality of student output. (more trimesters) to complete for those who can profit by
"under the trimester system their work under reduced course as is available under the rimes
I BlackwellContinued there is less time for faculty loads. system, and would eliminate
research and creative work. "..is detrimental to the educationally undesirable effe
"There is Increased exhaustion education, growth and Intellectual that exist under the trimester
by saying each allows the same and fatigue under the maturity of the individual student. in which every term for ev
( from Page 9)) amount of time to complete a trimester operation, accompaniedby "--gives voice to the fallacy student Is pressurized.
given amount of work or course a prevailing attitude among that education is to be equated ".-a prolonged study of
:, students, in particular, were load. faculty and students that educationand with the number of minutes thata operation of the present trlmes
dissatisfied with the trimester "But the quarter system would teaching have been reduced toa student spends in class. system ought not to be undertak
system. not Involve forcing a certain harried, frantic rat-race. "debases the Intellectual The system was instituted un
"Our best students are dissatisfied amount of work into a given amountof "trimester operation forces atmosphere of the university as a severe pressure, without pro
because they feel cheated in time," he said. students to neglect reading and community of scholars." time for preparation, wi i
the courses they are taking' he "The trimester is not as bad thinking." Inadequate study, and
said. "Areas of skill such as as some people say it is," he Inadequate financial support;
music, are particularly difficult said. "There are some Important "This committee and the faculty system-wide after-the-fact st
because of the lack of time. advantages in a rapidly growing "On the basis of our experience in general support the idea of seems likely to yield little in
"Poor students don't like the state like Florida but the trimesteris with the trimester system, we year-round operation of the university way of positive results.This wo
trimester because they find It not the most desirable answer. believe that the rationalization for plant. Also they support be Indeed a strange way to cooo
more difficult to pass"he added. I don't know the answer." experimentation to find a bet
Blackwell said considerable Blackwell said he hoped there What FSU Profs way of doing something.U .
apathy exists among the mass of will be enough adjustment to Say ".- we are forced to live w
I students. protect the Integrity of our edu- the trimester for more than o
I, "Many would like long vacationand cational offerings while using About Trimester--Page 12 more academic year, the follow
frankly say so," he said. facilities as much as possiblefor steps should be taken immediate"I.
.; Blackwell said he thought enrollment the ultimate benefit of the Maximum course loads
in the summer will taxpayer. the trimester was based, in partat the idea of providing opportunityfor all but exceptional students sho
i increase in two or three years "We must use buildings all year least, on a false idea.-the Idea those students for whom It be reduced to 15 semester boor
because of the higher number of but not have watered-down that It Is possible (and even Is educationally advisable to obtaina four full-time academic cour:
,; .students'seeking admittance. courses," he said. desirable) for a majority of degree in less than four years. per trimester;
"The pressure of numbers will He added that no proper balanceof students to speed up their This provision should not be madein
be upon us then," he said. "Thereare these objectives have been education, resulting in less such a way that the educationof OR"Credit for trimester cour:
not enough buildings for enroll obtained. calendar time spent in college. the majority of students is not should be reduced from
ment and we now have to tell "I do regret that no objective "We do not believe that anyonecan cheapened." standard of 3 to 2, the amoun
some students they can come onlyin study has been made so we can seriously support the thesis material In the course should
the winter and spring. be sure of our points of view," that the same quality and quantity reduced accordingly,and the len
Blackwell, who is leaving be said. of higher education can be attained "During and immediately of the class period should
February 1 to become presidentof In answer to Democratic in the period between Septemberto following World War II, many reduced. This would necessltat
Furman University, said the nominee Haydon Burns' commentson the middle of April (trimester) colleges and universities operated reconsideration of graduation
j trimester has been a scapegoatfor abolishing the trimester system as in the period September to the year-round under a system similar quire ments.
many students. U Burns becomes governor of end of May (the old semester)." to the trimester system, and "2. The number of fad
"There Is a tendency to find Florida, Blackwell said he was without exception they returned to members should be increased
't something to blame failure on and sure Burns would give considerable some other system as soon as the faculty loads should be reduc
the trimester system has been attention to this matter "We have heard it said that emergency period was over." to take Into account the restrict
the recipient, according to Black through the Board of Control. when we gt 'used'to the trimesteror effects of the trimester cale*
well "I'm confident the board will when we have no students who upon time available to the facu
Blackwell compared the quarter take the best position for know any other system, we will "The committee makes the for continuing study, for reseu
system to the trimester system universities in the state," he said. cease complaining. This is not following recommendations: and for professional develop




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Mayor Burns Holley Stresses




Sees ChangeIf .i' !.,\, Quality, Economy

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Elected t Republican gubernatorial take, some time must elapse In
candidate*Charles (Chuck) Holley order to "give the thing a chance."

Is In no apparent hurry to usher He favors trying the trimesterand
out the trimester system and usherin continuing it, unless and until

RON SPENCER some new method."I Florida educators come up with

Executive Editor don't know whether it is some other idea meriting trial. It

not the state GOP is his that system
Jacksonville Mayor Hay don working or opinion some
standardbearer told Alligator must definitely be established in
Burns, Democratic nominee for
In recent Gainesville which the needs
than reporters a pressing higher
governor, is somewhat less
interview. "I'm not a professional education In Florida can be met.
enthusiastic about the current
educator. I'm a lawyer, and a However, he is not certain that
trimester system, and envisions
politician. I know a little about a this means year-around trimester
some change being made if and
lot of things, but not a lot about operation.
when he is elected governor. a.
most "The University system in
things.
"I've referred to the trimester
There is no doubt in Holley's Florida must be enlarged,"Holley
noble
system as a experiment,
mind that some method must be said. "There can be no doubt
Burns told Alligator reporters in
perfected by which the expanding about this." He qualified his statement
a news conference in his 14th
story downtown Jacksonville academic educational needs of the however, by emphasizingthat
state can be met adequately. "It'sa "I believe you have to maintain
office. "I think It.has had a fair
trial. We gave it a try." question of how," Holley, a quality."
4. UF law school graduate,said."It'sa Holley said that the basic idea
Burns feels the trimester is :
t __ question of finding a method." behind the now-famous McDonald
presently fa1Ung'as an approachto
a year-round higher education MAYOR HAYDON BURNS of Jacksonville, Demo- lIolley is quite aware of the Report on higher education was
that all high school graduates in
operation. Burns does not see it current skepticism toward the
cratic nominee for governor, forsees a change In the the Florida secondary system
his position to Intervene directly trimester system, but feels that
in altering the system, however. present system if he is elected governor in November. whatever the correct course to should be entitled to a college
education, regardless of their
"The matter of educational
ability, Holley noted.
'programs should originate with Holley stressed that he was
professionals in the field," Burns
\ Trimester Not
the McDonald
said. "The trimester system did Bryant Says against approach,
but that this was not to imply he
not originate in such a manner,
Is against expansion of higher
he noted, "but rather was com-

pelled upon the educational systemby Too Tough For StudentsWALKER education.Holley noted that a recent column
an act of legislature affectingan
written by Martin Waldron In the
appropriation bill, making it
St. Petersburg Times which
null and void unless the trimester -- -
LUNDY pictured Holley as an opponent
approach was accepted." EditorTALLAHASSEE of what changes would be affectedin of expansion of higher education
Burns favors looking "to the the
the trimester program in was misleading lousy said he
educators" for a solution to the -- Gov. Farris next few years.
felt Waldron assumed Holley's
current problem. He repeatedly Bryant poo-poohed student and "My hope is that as the pro- position as a result of the GOP
stressed his opinion that he was administrative complaints that
fessors become used to year-
candidate's stand on the bond issue."I .
not an expert himself on higher the trimester system forced too round education that there will feel there should be
education and that he believes in much work into too little time be less uninformed criticism and
considerable of
enlargement
allowing the professional and called the year-round ; I more constructive criticism," he vocational and technical schools our
educators wide latitude in the educational plan "something to a" 4 said. "
also Holley added. He noted that
of blame your problems on.
formation policies. no mention was made of this In the
"There are many facets to our Bryant, who has been one of EDITOR'S I NOTERon original McDonald Report.
other than the formality trimester's
education the foremost The Republican candidate also

of textbook and classroom supporters since its inception Spencer, executive editor. believes that much of the problemof
Instruction," the' mayor said."The three years ago, said, "I enjoy and political columnist for the expanding higher education

usurping of all the time into one work and I enjoyed college whenI 'Alligator, personally Interviewed facilities In the state can be

aspect of academic process has went. I've never seen a man Florida's two gubernatorial eliminated by building on existing

taken its toll of a well-rounded whose mind and time were being i candidates for their opinions on private Institutions. He said state

maturity," he reflected. used to their fullest capacity." tht trimester system. funds were being spent to comple-

"The original objective of the The trimester is often used as Higher education has been a big ment the University of Miami

trimester system," said the man a scapegoat for one's problems, Issue in recent Florida political facilities and suggested that

who has served as Jacksonville's Bryant said, adding that it was .. .. campaigns, and much emphasishas perhaps the same could be done
mayor since 1949, was "to make human nature not to look Inward -- been placed on the feasibility with such existing private schoolsat

year-round usage of plant for the reasons. or desirability of continuing the Stetson and Florida

facilities." This, he asserted, The governor said he originally GOVERNOR BRYANTselves trimester approach to year-around Presbyterian."In .

"can be achieved." favored the quarter system before operation. Mayor Burns, the this manner we can

"The question is what toll It educators presented the trimester full-time to the pursuitof Democratic nominee, challenged accomplish more with less

takes to achieve it." plan. their maximum abilities," he the trimester system's worth money," Holley claims. "You

"It hasn't worked," Burns "I went to school my first year said. during the spring Democratic simply cannot build a college over-

emphasized.: under the quartersystematErnory Bryant said he had "no idea" primary. night."

"I envision some change in the University before I transferredto .--..
present system by next Septemberif the UF," he said. "But the

the educators make recom- educators thought the trimesterwas .

mendation to me," said Burns. better and I support them." Elect '; ,., ...,t"'..-.... '" '*,:,.

If elected governor in Nov., The question of the trimester's .

Burns claims that the first assign- degree of success came up and

ment he will make to the Boardof Bryant said some type of year-

Control or the Board of Regents round educational system would

(which ever board exists at that work "because it has to work."

time) upon his inauguration next He added, "The best indicatorof

spring will be that of immediate the degree of success of the i iA

study or report on the trimester trimester system is the"attendanceat k : 1H 1 ;
system." the 'mester'.

The Democratic nominee Figures showed an increase each

referred to the findings of a summer, Bryant said.
recent Florida State University "However we are not wed to

(FSU) faculty study group reporting the trimester system," he said. y '(ke'Tl

on the trimester system at FSU. "I don't care what system .* use J

"In the FSU report, 77 per cent to achieve our goal of year-round R"N

of the faculty members viewed it education." :6

(the trimester) unfavorably," said The governor said fuller use : ,

the mayor._ of three areas must be reachedthe -- %
"la skill development of lower state's capital facilities, the

division students," Burns Instructors' talents and the stu-

continued, "They said it was 70 dents' time. +11
"
per cent less effective." Bryant said students did not :,,. -: y. -

"On quality (individual study) need a three-month vacation from REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE for governor es Holley, OW" ere at a campaign

of graduate students, they said the school by the time they reached rally, does not claim to be a professional educator and eels the essential question Is
ant 21 of age."Students .
trimester wu 454 per years
ooorer," he claimed. need to apply them- that of 'finding a method' for meeting the expanding state academic needs.







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Educators List Objections Aim Bailey



BENNY CASON


WeAre ,.' * XrNot Assistant Managing Editor

.! TALLAHASSEE -. P. Iwe

trimester Is defeating its
own
Evaluation' purpose"--that of getting students

Wedded Ripe For through school earlier-State

School Supt. Thomas D. Bailey
told the Alligator.

through the university beforean With more pressure and less
Harrison said recently that there Is "In lug time during the trimester
NANCY BRACHEY effective study can be madeof Bailey
sufficient evidence" at this time says, students are taking
Assistant Managing Editor to responsibly evaluate the tri- the merits and demerits of the class loads and--unless smaller
leading to adjustments, they go
system,
"Individuals are wedded to tra- TALLAHASSEE -- Dr. J. Bro mester system.He modifications and improvementsof on a year-round basis--it's taking

dition, and this Is a major factorIn ward Culpepper, executive said it will take a generation the trimester. them longer to finish college.

the unfavorable response the lu'ector of the Board of Control of students (four years) pass- "Opposition to the trimesterIs The 67-year-old educator also

trimester system has received at expected, since opposition doubts the economy of the tri-

the UF," Baya M. Harrison, Jr. thrives 0 n new Ideas and mester.
chairman of the Board of Control "Unless the summer trimester
concepts, he said, "but It seems
said recently. enrollment rises," he says, "it's
safe to predict that some type of
"Some schools, notably the difficult for me to see the economyof
year round plan of operation Is
University of South Florida are this system."
here to stay.
hearing little opposition to the Baileys the
He said the current tendency Is says smaller
trimester, due to their newness trimester class load forces
toward a two trimester -- two
and lack of tradition he said
summer session system which students to register for more
adding "we expect the burdens of terms In order to get through
does not give the same effect as
the system to be absolved, but college.
three trimesters. The obvious
It will take experience and time "I'm afraid this has not been
weaknesses are hard to evaluatedue
to do it."Students. getting out In the
to not having full enrollments open-the
should realize the of the trimester "
during the third trimester. economy Bailey
trimester Is an innovation, and Culpepper said he thinks more says. "When you look at the over-

since the state Is trying to pro- all picture, It may be MORE
attention should be given to counseling -
vide adequate resources for higher expensive than the semester. The
students so that the Indi-
education, individuals should makean student
to vidual will get the range of credit expense per could be
effort support It.
r- greater,!!
hours suited to his capabilities
The "marriage to tradition," His wrinkled face reflecting 45

which Harrison calls a prime and needs. years experience In education,
"We must recognize that some
reason for the many complaintsof Bailey admits he's "nottntlmatelyknowledgeable"
the trimester system means thatIt students are not as adept as others about the

will take some time for the and that borderline students must trimester system.

to be and studied learn to rearange their schedulesto
system developed
"But I'd like to see a detailed
keep pace with the system.He .
adequately. Harrison told the
study made of how its workingnow
Alligator that "simply because '. said he feels the border- ," he says. "And I'd like to

there Is this unfavorable reaction, line students are hardest hit by see these questions answered:

the system cannot be done away the trimester. They feel the "One, what effect--good or
with." pressure of close exams and fewer
badis. the trimester having on
classes more now than under the
shall
"The board be objectiveand
the students, from emotional,
we expect the students and semester system, when pressurewas physical and mental points of

faculty to do likewise," he stated. LATE NIGHT studies, stale cups of coffee, and cigarette only seasonal. view?

lie said the board Is not totally butts are familiar sights for UF students ( Photo Culpepper said, echoing the "Two, to what degree Is the
committed to a particular systemand opinion of many educators, that
trimester system more
that he thinks more attention by Vernon Barchard) neither he nor the board Is com-
economical?
should be given to organizationof given which could discredit Its education, he added. pletely committed to the trimester "Three, Is there another type

course content under the tri- efficiency and effectiveness.The He concluded that the month of system. He said the best solu- of year-round session that would

mester system. He added that a quarter system, consideredby August, presently used as a rest tion Is a program geared to the be better?"
thorough study of the trimester the alternative best Interests of students, faculty
many as only logical period for students and faculty, Bailey points out the trimesterIs

will Indicate In definite ways which to the trimester, Is "no working year-round,could perhaps and taxpayers."We a result of a legislative man-

adjustments should be made, In improvement," Harrison said, be utilized to alleviate some of would not be distressed to date. "I doubt he says, "that
,
terms of course organization, because It causes too much the trimester's burdens. But he engage in another feasible plan ready for
the universities were
administration, and schedules. repetition In administrative pro- added that If an extra week were with the proper use of facilities," have
They'd
It when it was started.
Harrison commented that the cedure and too many registrationand given each trimester eliminating he said.
liked of to preparefor
board will not dismiss the tri- examination periods. And experience August as a vacation period, the He feels there Is less pressure: It.a couple years

mester system until objective, shows that it does not give disapproval and criticism would be on students under the trimesterthan ( J.
"I think Dr. Culpepper
careful, and responsible proof Is the total effect of year-round great from many sources. the quarter and that course secretary of
content Broward, executive
would have to be com-
pletely the Board of Control) agrees a
reorganized If the quarter
"
study should be made now, says

I exception system were of one adopted.week of With classesand the Bailey. "And it should be done

What Professors ThinkED. one week of exams the trimester by objective.an outside" group so It will be

time sequence is nearly his I
the same as the semester system, Bailey, now completing
( NOTE: Reprinted here are can use our physical plant the "Several schools devoted to education he said. fourth term and 16th year as school

some professor's quotes on the entire year without resorting to rather than mass Innocu- He stated professors should take superintendent, says he disagrees

trimester system from an the present system. The 131A-- latlon with a mass of facts have the responsibility of deciding which with critics of Florida's higher

extensive report by the American 131D contract Is terrible because retreated from both the trimesterand experiences in a course should be educational system.He .

Association of University it throws faculty Into the ranks the quarter system recently. left for the student to discoveron does think, however, that

Professors at Florida State of the unemployed during a difficult I suggest a good long look at two his own, due to the smaller Florida Is In trouble If It builds

University.) period, III-A. The semester of them. The first, Old Dominion amount of time.However new colleges "without objectiveand

system with summer school every College In Virginia has left what he did admit that thorough studies being made.

"My reaction to the trimester other summer gave us a fighting they term the quarter system (an closer survey should be made a "If we let community pride and

system Is very similar to that of chancel""I examination of their three terms Immediately of the legislative courtesy decide where
problem of
one of my students who succinctly shows them to have conincided "jumping Into exams" the new universities are going to be

summed It up with the statement, exactly with our present trimester after classes end. He said that day built," says Bailey, "we are

,"It's like trying to drink water don't know If I can honestlyand dates) because they found that the If a student keeps up he will not condemning ourselves to

from a high pressure fire hose." fully express the tragedy and students were not being educatedbut be hurt by this, but mediocrity."I've .
many are
calamity which the trimester rather they were being merely delaying until it is too late. been around long enoughto

"As a longtime campus worker, system Is In Higher Education. exposed to a mass of facts. Hur- "Preliminary get to know how these legislature

I have felt very keenly the pall Nothing I can think of could have rah for them! Secondly, the four that there has Investigationsshow been boys do things," he says.

cast over FSU by the trimester had a more deleterious effect on course system currently offered at in the no Increase "They get to tradin' and tratflc1dn'
over-all
system. I sense acutely the lower Florida State University short of Washington College In Marylandfor and that the dropoutrate and politlckin' and scratchin' each

morale of faculty and student alike. total, mass resignation. It Is so the same purpose to teach averages are grade point other's back--and then It's no

I am aware of the growing totally wrong psychologically and both the facts and the students same. The average approximately number the telling where these colleges are

Impersonality of the campus to pedagogically that it could have to teach him to think and to love hours carried of built."
per student
a point approaching that of the been dreamed up only by a businessman knowledge, not to memorize facts dropped to not more than had Bailey also Is concerned about

mammoth, drab downtown Insti- half IBM and half computer:' to get a degree to get a Job. I semester hour at level"one "spreading the money too thin and
any
tutions with their shuffling hordes hope that some of the wisdom of he thus hurting the quality" of the

of grey, Impersonal faces passing these changes and policies will said.Another trend, he state's graduate schools. tt

to'and from classes, day and night. "As a teacher, and one on this soon be realized In Florida and that shown In the drop In explained the Is "The established universities,

As a faculty member, I regret campus for more than :20 years, we will return to the semester disciplinary numberof he says, "should be the ones
cases In
a this. As an alumnus, I abhor It." I find Increasingly that my evenings system at the first possible time." state universities. all the offering high-level graduate wort.

are spent In grading papers, with Culpepper concluded that If we offer a proliferation of

less time for the professional "Learning and reflective thinking Is sufficient evidence to there graduate degrees In other

"We are not running a foot reading or the personal projects require time to find facts, that students are studying assume harderunder universities, we may find

racel I We are running a brain which are essential for effective to discuss, to think to develop the trimester system ourselves unable to finance aa
than
race! There Is a difference.: We teaching." Ideas." under the semester." excellent, top-quality graduate

program."






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S : \ "We turned the mill upside down to make the trimester work"

Discussing the trimester from his first floor Tlgert Hall office

41 was Dean of Student Affairs Lester Hale.

"But It has not succeeded," Hale reflected."It .
has not succeeded in helping a student get a degree faster

1 than the old system," Hale said.
One of the benefits expected from the trimester system, be said,

__ : would allow students to finish faster. ..
He said a student takes less hours a trimester but goes the first

T e half, or 3A, of the third trimester. lie goes to school Just as long

as of old. "Water seeks Its own level," Hale said.


"Perhaps," Hale said "It has been of some help to some students."

Hale mentioned such types of students as graduate students, law

students, and those who have served in the military and are trying

to make up for lost time.
zk
r : Hale said one of the reasons In starting the trimester jrear-around

was to extend the time a student could attend a state university.The .
Idea was that the universities could handle larger numbers of

.'1 It, students.
"The trimester hasn't accomplished that," said Hale.

JUST ADD a cupof Tide to a little bit of Emerson and you get a clean education. ? Hale explained the dates a trimester started or ended did not fit
In with usual work and vacation times.
Could that be the motive of these students as they combine two kinds of homework at For Instance, he said, the beginning of the third trimester does

not coincide with the end of the high school year. A high school student
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one stop. could not begin the third trimester.

Hale claims the trimester hasn't meant better usage of plant

Good Students Can't 'Jell' facilities' and staff.
All of these things, Hale said, could be accomplished with a better

type; of calendar under the semester system.

Dean Brady: tWe Need Time'"In "but"This against Is no the knock method.against the reasons mentioned" Hale said,

"It's the speed of everything," Hale emphasized. "There Is no

estimationDean of done It under the old system." lessness," Brady said. "ThereIs time.
my "Students are less able to afford time for enriching experiencesand
no time for a professor
She said perhaps only five per
Women Mama Brady was saying,
participation In such events as religious activities and going to
to diverge.
"the trimester hasn't cent of students try to speed
college. "The good student the A or B concerts.;
through
accomplished Its purposes.said Miss "Are we doing too much gearing student, Is questioning, 'why all Student government, Hale said, Is also finding It increasingly difficult
Those ,
purposes students to the calendar to this five per cent? the rush'?" There is little time to get interested students too.
Brady, were allowing much for a student to think." Hale said the lack of time has forced, perhaps fortunately, many
the Can we push maturity
to
faster operate
graduate ,
And, she said, the student who students to make careful choices.
faster?
school year round, and allow a students the last thing deleted
has a lot of reading finds the "Unfortunately, he added, "for many
"The good students are saying,
Instance In
student for "
,
trimester "very difficult." has been the weekend social.
engineering, to take better Brady continued, "there Is not." She said there is a partial Hale said the "fallacy" of the trimester has been trying to squeeze

advantage of seasonal work. enough time. They cannot'Jell' to stay In 3A, or first a semester's work load Into the much shorter trimester."No .
But the main problem, feels There Is a feeling, Brady said, pressure one is opposed to year-round operation" Hale said, "there

Miss Brady, has been the lack of turning back to a cultivation of half third trimester.3B And because some it Is a lot of merit In the trimester. But there must be a change withoutthe
the mind only, without the benefit freshmen register
of time and the attendant fatigue trauma of the trimester."

and pressure. of time to mature.A fits family plans. pressure on He said a new calendar under a semester system would achieve
about extra- Because of more
said. negativism
"We need time, Brady
less disruption.
said students Brady said,there Is more
"We don't get organized until mid- curricular activities prevails, Students for the most part like the first trimester ending before
October, then boom!It's December Brady. Students say they haven'ttime. pressure on the staff. Christmas; Hale said. But lack of a break in the second trimester
of tests. Also said Brady, a problemOf
,
There is a problem
and the trimester Is over. has hurt.
Miss Brady said students don't Also, Brady said, there is a fatigue exists."Everyone." Brady said Hale said be personally favored a modified semester system with

necessarily get through faster, steady turnover in leadership and studentsIs the first half ending around Christmas and with a strong summer\
either. staff and this leads to a lack of "faculty, administration,
rogra m.
tired.
The students take less hours, continuity. of exhaustionIs The university is always willing to develop new plans, he said,
"And this feeling
of breathTrimester's -
(around 12), she said and catchup "There Is a feeling more so around early March. with sound educational principles. '

the first half of the third, Under the trimester, there Is no "We've given it a good try," Hale said. There have Just been too

or 3A, trimester. spring vacation. This Is bad. ThisIs many bugs."

"Those who do get through the low spot of the winter. The .... -
faster," Brady said, "could have staff can see this. Everyone Is
HistoryIn "
exhausted.

the Brady said FSU,which originally
September, 1962,
c--I-- University of Florida underwenta favored the trimester system, now

major change-.the Trimester. wants out. She said they would now
prefer to go back to a semester
Politicians and school adminis-
trators hoped the new calendar arrangement."The l 1
( FSU chapter of the
system would achieve two results:
Association of
plant utilization and a American
greater
Professors made a
University
rate of education. ,
quickened
she said,
advantage can be study of the trimester
last
This labeled it a 'rat race'."
"and they
fi i broken further Into two other
The trimester Is not too much
R categories: each student would be
r
serving the purpose Brady said.
his college
complete
able to "
faster
"Can wt push maturity
education in less time than under
the old semester system, and the she asked.

university's total output of students

would be larger, thus making It
possible to accommodate Florida's EDITOR'S NOTE

growing student population."Trimester"

r means three Stan Kulp, majoring In
semesters per year as opposedto Journalism at the UF, Is the
old system which had two
the cartoonist: for the Alligator,whose
half
(the R
semesters
half
and a
In this and many
cartoons appear
'THE TRIMESTER hasn't semester being summer school: ).
regularly. --- ---
material was to be other editions AFFAIRS Lester Hale believes .
accomplished its The same Kulp interviewed Deans Manu DEAN OF STUDENT
purposes trimester tale -
covered under the time was Brady and Lester Hale In an the quickened pace of the trimester has not
to the
according Dd a r; only how
to get their views oo
Dean of Women Mama reapportioned. This was done by the attempt trimester is working andwhether allowed students to get their degrees any faster than

Brady. Dean Brady feels to adding the old an 30-minute additional class fire session minutes, or not its purposes arebetng under the old semester system.
accomplished.
everyone is 'tired1 and and cutting: down on the amount of

that 'we need time. time given to final examinations. ,
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Faculty Not Enthusiastic



Trimester Called fA Definite Handicap'



from either faculty or students." system would have been more
ANN CARTER Dean Turpin C. Bannister, "I've received no specific
Dean Byron S. Holllnshead, helpful for this university. Under
Editorial Assistant
Architecture and F1neArts1betrimester complaints about the trimester
University College--"We don't the trimester calendar,the student
After more than two years of has been a problem;
have studies to by butI usually can't graduate In eight
any go ,
the trimester, Inaugurated in 1962, we've lost almost two weeks of
would say the students are trimesters as he did two years ago.
college deans Interviewed have had work In the courses, and the
the trimester hurries Dr. Ben Barger, Mental Health
this to say: ..._ additional five minutes added to pressed;
I,:' them faster, and that's not good. Project J codlrectorThe
'
class periods doet:n't mean a thing. "" ) ,
: "We haven't changed our largest source of discomfort has
"It's definite handicap In studio If''i- courses, but we find students take resulted from the change In the

courses as well as regular lecture >H, fewer hours per semester than system, and not' intrinsically from
material; the trimester simply t.! they did before. Whereas the the trlmester.'lf had gone from
r hasn't left enough time for the ')Ii ; l normal load two years ago was the quarter to the trimester systemwe
j amount of Instruction we want to : ... about 16 hours per semester, now would have had the same
Include for a degree." ','"I ', <11 It's 14 or 15."Students "change pains." We can't specifically
'.," are not apt to finish relate students' problemsto
Bannister, who's taught under. '..
\" the trimester usually a student
;
In four years if they enroll only
the said the : -
.., quarter system, ; two trimesters every year. They has been assigned too heavy a load.
iY iYc quarter would be a much better
l will have to take at least the spring Until the university population--
calendar for the university. The ,
portion of the third trimester students and faculty--has adjusted,
c
quarter rearranges not only time
divisions of the academic year, (April-June' ) to get a degree. there will be problems."I .
'"I don't think many students are can't honestly say more
x. but also course content.
taking advantage of the accelerated people come to the infirmary

Dean L. E. Grlnter, Graduate trimester, not as many as I would because of the trimester."
School.don't think at graduate have thought, or as many as the Dr. H. T. Martin, university
school level the trimester Is as proponents of the trimester had counseling director--"First let
Important as at the undergraduate L. E. GRINTER, Dean of counted on." me say that I've been here Just

level. Graduate students usually Graduate School says the Paul B. Kebabian, assistant since the trimester began and can't
work at their own speeds, there- trimester is library, director-- My only compare it to the semester system
not -
fore we can function on any system significantly experience Is with the trimester, except from statistical datalhave."I .
I TURPIN C. BANNISTER, calendar schedule. affecting grad- and I think the library has adjusted would certainly recommend

well to the schedule."In another system. Speaking person-

* the past two years,however, ally, If a year-round operation Is
we have extended library hours to desired, the quarter system would
100 per week to meet additional avoid many pitfalls the trimester
student demands." (No figure was has--especially those of the spring
available as to the number hours trimester which Is split. To me
the library was open before the this Introduces elements of con-
Carefree Christmas Good trimester). fusion which could be avoided.

Mrs. Margaret Goggin, assistant Martin spoke of trimester
director of reading services, problems such as overlapping
"The tempo of student activitys courSes; schedule planning; and

Point Of Present System"The semester greater system.now than Term under papers the old different student populations.

have to be done quicker; certain
old Christmas break under In the middle of the course. The They would have had to books are more In demand, so that ReitzContinued
the semester system was bad journalism professors have exchange In 1963 anyway, but they we have had to order additional
news." pressed their desire to have none would not have gotten the money copies; and the trimester leaves
With that statement Horaneer-. of their classes run the full appropriated by the legislature no time for us to clear our records ( from Page 9))
(Buddy) Davis summed up the good ummer Davis said. before a new trimester begins."
points of the trimester system. Harold C. Rlker, director of "The average student," Reitz
Davis, an associate professor In This would mean subjects housing--"The buildings have said, "lowers his credit load so
the Florida school of Journalism, would be taught either one sessionor probably been used a little more that he completes less work during
likes the Idea of the final exams the other. now than before. There has been three trimesters than If he had
being over before the students "I want to stress this Is not not much difference In terms of gone through two semesters and
leave for the Christmas break."I official action," Davis stated. "It vacancies between fall and winter the eight-week summer school.
don't see how we can getaway Is only our.opinion of how the trimesters; that is, if someone "In arguing against the
from the trimester systemand summer session should be run. leaves a room, another personIs trimester calendar," he stressed,
still have final exams before "Education Is not only a time there so it can always be "we are not arguing against
Christmas, but this would be the of learning for a student, but also rented to another student. students completing their degree
Ideal situation for the students," a' time for maturing," explained "Our administrative load, of work sooner. ,We are arguing that
he said. Davis. course, has Increased, and main- the student can do better by
Davis said he preferred the "The planning of the trimesterwas tenance work of the buildings Is utilizing the best features of the
easier pace" of the semester done poorly. It was rushed done, to a greater degree than semester system than he can under
system. Even from the teacher's Into without adequate research.The before, while students still occupy the trimester."In .
standpoint It was a more satis- state legislature appropriated the buildings rather than during as far as faculty members
factory system. They had more money for the schools U they the semester break." leaving the UP because of the
time for long range course planning would change from the semester trimester, we have had none giving
and could give more system by a certain time. It didn't Dean D. J. Mase, health related that as their main reason. I feel
comprehensive tests in class. matter whether they went to the services--"We work on a 12- that our faculty is mature enoughto
"Our planning time has been cut quarter system or the trimester, month basis at the Health Center, realize what the situation is;
in half." he said. "Before we used Just so they made the universitya but we don't feel the trimesterIs and therefore they all try to do their
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to have a couple of weeks before H.G. (Buddy) DAVIS year-round operation." school.shortening students' time in best under the system."

classes started to plan out the I I -- --- Reitz did say, however, that the
course. Now, even If we get here "We're riving it a fair trial. UF being under the trimester
during the last of August we still Journalism Director The quarter system might have seems to have an adverse effect
only have ,a week at the most. been more effective since It breaks upon the recruiting of highly qualified -
"Also the'' testing has become more naturally, and attempts arc personnel.The .
less significant: In the classes.In made to revise the curriculum.To university's president then
JM 118 we used to have 30 Critical Of System create the trimester, the same said that to his knowledge only
lectures. We had time then to set amount of material was Jammedinto two other universities outside of
aside three lecture periods for I I II a less amount of time. Florida operate under the tri-
hour exams. Now we only have time ROBERT GOLUB He feels that some students do "We Just had to drop portionsof mester.

enough fbr catch-as-catch-can 20 Staff Writer take advantage of the system, but courses, and even still, we're "Late in the last century,"Reitz
minute quizzes." their instruction suffers. Also, asking more from the students. said, "the trimester was tried at
Davis had.an exam for Ills news- The trimester system again is the quickened rate of speed causes "I'm not going to say that the several of the top Institutions of
reporting course which he doesn't under fire. most students to take lighter workloads trimester is wrong or right; we that era, Including Harvard, and
give any more under the trimester Rae 0. Welmer, director of the which means there is no real have to give it a little more time. was rejected by them all.
system. The exam took anywhere UF school of Journalism, asserts"I gain. But I don't think It's accomplished "And since It was Instituted
from 15 to 30 hours to complete am not In favor of it; In trying "In Journalism, be said, few Its Intended use." here," be continued, "several
: and the student had one week to do to present aprofeSlonalprocram, students go through the third Dean M. A. Brooker, College universities have considered It,
i It."I It has definitely hurt the effectiveness trimester, and I feel that Is the of Agriculture--"The trimesterhas but all have turned It down."
had to cut It out because it ." general pattern." Increased tension and leaves "Again, I would like to say that
wasn't leaving time for the The trimester system, he said, Weimer commented on the lack no time for extra-curricular the student body, the faculty and
I students' other studies In has cut down the number of labs of time the trimester left for activities. The average academic the administration are all doing
of, Journalism," Davis said. "The which an Imperative In a field organizational faculty meetings load per trimester for agriculture their best to make the system work
:. other professors In the school such as Journalism where between sessions. The semester, students has dropped, one whether they believe In Its effectiveness -,
Journalism asked me to stop giving experience makes the difference. he said, seemed to be a waste course--or about three hours. or not
t It." Although class periods are five after the holidays. When asked Students used to take 17 and 18 "I sincerely believe that the
I ih However, Davis considers the minutes longer under the trimester about the quarter system be said hours per semester; now they take Board of Control Is sympathetic
summer session as the worst He system, Weimer explained,he does he did like It, but could not say 14 or 15."The to our problems and will
\. finds It particularly bad when the not feel that it will allow the class Just how well It would work for a trimester has Its pluses consider shortly
v. students have to change teachers! ,to proceed at a faster rate. large university. and minuses. I think a different Impr'ovements"suggestions he said.Page for


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autz Callsr .i .. BASIC.- BlOL. ., Goffman Hits



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., '... >. ,# : trimester system has not

; .._ accomplished the aim for which
-.. it created.So .
ajar adjustments are neededthe was
trimester plan before it : ...":, contends Dr. Irving J. Goff

be called a success, accord- a s.-w"'N. ask man, associate professor of

to UP Vice Pres. of Academic ;-: economics.

airs Robert B. Mautz. f .C_' Course content, quality of

:: 1'f0 s instruction, research work, and

autz, a member of the UF ,: ,'i. ,- quality of work from students are
hurt In thetrlme.ter
some of the factors
which worked
mittee on a
mester analysis and evaluation process, according to

In, contends. that changes must Dr. Goffman.
Reduction of content to
In course
made schedules and Inchers'
fit Into the time limit of the tri-
loads to work out a more -
mester has been one of the results
table plan.
of this system Quality of

Instruction has also decreased as
'We have had sufficient expert-
Ice with the trimester, Mautz professors are pressed to stickto
the schedule of material to be
it Id, "to see that some
covered In the term, Goffman said
cations are necessary.
Either certain topics are

(According to Vice Pres. Mautz.. entirely cut out of the trimester
-
program or they are covered ina
impact of the trimester hast
shallow The extra
hit the students as they have very manner.
Justed by reducing loads. IT'S NEVER too late goes the old saying, and this Gator obviously adheres five minutes per period do not

closely to that philosophy. After all time and progress tests wait for no man. make up for the extra mouth, said
Dr. Goffman, as professors do not
"Some people claim there is a Photo Vernon Barchard.
( by ) start new lectures in this time.
of educational values less
ss ,
One of the most serious defectsof
for study in depth and that
me ,
the trimester system Is the wayit
is harried schedule For Full-Scale
is a more Survey
has cut down research and
has contradicted this "
o study ,
research opportunities for pro-
}autz said.Grades .
fessors. Most summer workshop

programs coincide with the
are basically the same Universities Need FundsTOVA summer trimester, Goffman said.

der the trimester, because of Also, exchange of professors from

be students' load adjustment.rades one university to another Is almost

have actually improved effects of the trimester on health factors, physical and an impossibility under this

there have been fewer dropouts LEVINE students, faculty, curriculum and mental); system.

:>r academic reasons and a lower Editorial Assistant instruction, general university Education financing (sources According to Goffman, students

rcentage of D's and E's, organization and administration, and amounts Involved, student have adjusted to the trimesterby

Jccordlng to Mautz. Florida state universities need student services and articulationwith housing, and major costs). dropping courses or by not

about $50,000 of state-allocated other educational programsand taking as heavy a load as they

The problem of a decrease in funds before they will be able to institutions. Study plans for the effect on did under the semester system.A .

Research time for the faculty mem- conduct a full-scale study of the "The plan seeks to Identify general university organization student who once took 18

rs presents a serious situation trimester operation, according to changes shown to be the result of and administration Involve hours credit per'semester is now

r UF unless action is taken, Franklin A. Doty, UF assistant the transition from the semesterto research intoOrganization: taking 15 per trimester. This, In

autz said. The teacher must dean of academic affairs. the trimester system," Doty -- changes in effect, is just spreading the

pend a greater amount of time Dr. Doty Is chairman of the said.Assigned sturcture and function (total organizational student's studies out over longer

the classroom and as a result Senate Committee on the Study of to the UF committeewas impact, faculty orientation period of time.Instead of spendingtwo

las less time for grading papers, the Impact of the Trimester Sys- the task of compiling the registrar's functions); semesters in school the student

reparing exams, and doing data, charts and methods for determining must now spend two-and one-half

rsonal research in his field. tem.The Board of Control has asked the effects of the trimesterand Institutional financing and trimesters to cover the same

the legislature to allocate this semester calendar operationson plant utilization (annual operating amount of work.

According to Mautz, UF has an amount to the state universitiesso students and on general univer- costs per credit hour relative to "The number of years a student

xtraordinary and high caliber experts may examine all facets sity organization and administration. staff, maintenance, instruction and spends on campus often determinesthe
culty. "Several new members The other four categorieswere of his education. Stu-
of the trimester and see the full housing facilities, capital outlay, quality
[ave joined the faculty during theme scope of Its effects, Doty said. distributed to the other state and plant utilization); dents no longer take the varietyof
that the trimester has been universities. courses they once did tor
Although all branches and people --non-academic staff (recruitment -
effect. Only one professor reed Involved in the trimester have and retention,personnel per- pleasure or pure Interest, but now
to come to UF because ofe stick to their Outside
just majors.
expressed opinions on the system, formance, morale and motivation,
trimester," Mautz said. an objective study must be madeto costs and compensation). reading Is greatly reduced,
EDITOR'S NOTE) The
(
Goffman said.Graduate .
"get to the real insIdes of the When this outline is taken together -
The trimester has succeeded stories on this page were level studies have been
whole operation," Doty said. with the similar ones pro-
utilizing the physical facilities written by Editorial hit particularly hard. Graduate
do not
"The Individual reactions duced by the other universities,
f the UF to greater Assistant Tova Levine, a deal of
campus a study depends on a great
show the overall results, Doty carried out, studied and examinedby
xtent by offering more long-time member of The reading and thinking, and the
stated. "AU types of reactions experts, a full, complete view
ducatlonal opportunities on Alligator staff and one who trimester system curtails this
will
must be examined. of the trimester experience
more frequent basis, Mautz said. the student remembers campus life extra study time needed, according
According to Doty, be available, Doty said.
Another advantage of the sees the effect of the trimesteron under the semester system. to Goffman.

'mester has been in that it has load the Miss Levine interviewed Grades have not been greatly
his time and subject ; But before any action can betaken
one away with the "lame duck" the effect In associate economics affected by the trimester because
member sees universitiesmust
faculty on this plan,
fesslon after the Christmas professor Dr. Irving students have adjusted to the
his time of
the size of his class, receive the funds to Implement -
UF Vice Pr... of
Goffman
'acatlon. Nothing was program by reduced loads and
and
teaching, his loss of leisure the study, he added.
[ccomplished during the month of the administrationsees Academic Affairs Robert teachers have scaled grades and
time
anuary, Mautz stated.In research the problems; In the administrating Mauls and Franklin A. Doty, Member of the UF committeewho taken the time and pressure of the
UF assistant dean of trimester system Into
of an excellerated program; did the research and compilation
modifying the trimester plan, and the Board of Control sees the academic affairs. of this data were: Dr. consideration, Goffman said.More .
new plan must be arrived at thought should be given
state-wide operation. Franklin A. Doty, chairman, of
tut will allow for: Although the plan for study of Study plans for the effects and the social sciences department to a well-organized summer.
said this
Goffman ai
,
for teachers the Impact of the trimester was Impact of the trimester on the students Dr. Benjamin Barber,clinical psychologist session
--summer freedom to be the r.lllliut.
do actually completed in February Involve research into: of student health; Dr. seems
Jo researcha ; Two six-week sessions during
1964, the work of the committeeis --Enrollment and attendance Eleanor B. Browne, professor of
which could be taken
-- "free" Christmas vacation. now at a standstill until the patterns (enrollment, attendance, education; the summer
straight through or separately maybe
1th no "lame duck" session tome allocates and producesthe patters of dropping courses, with-
legislature a preferred solution, Goffm&i
Dr. Arthur A. Broyles, professor -
back to; necessary funds,Dr.Dot,said. drawals);
The results of this study would Achievement patterns (credit of physics;Dr.Louis D.Cohen, suggested.
utilization of campus facilities library head of clinical psychology department -
reveal If the system justified itself hour loads, study patterns,
to the fullest degree possible. of the goals use, grade patterns from academic: ; Dr. Clement H. Donovan,
{According to Mautz, an alternative In the pursuit of educating year 1' 8tbrouch the fall trimester head of economics department According: to Dr. Goffman, the
set -- that
plan will hare to Include these that were without 1963)Itorale ; William F. Fageo, professor of trimester has led UF to thinking

[points. more people, more quickly, Doty. -- and motivation patterns electrical engineering; )f better use of time and space
sacrificing quality,explained and to seeing that there Is no easy
Martin Jr. director
for"the study of the (discipline,social group continuity Dr. H.T. y
The plan
"The system presents a complicated between the patterns sororities and of university counsellngcenter lolutlon to the problem.

problem. What is good trimester was divided fraternities, dormitory living, Dr. Wayne T. Sandefur, bead of "It's creditable for us to have
The 10tertastltutlonal -
for one group Isn't good for tour state universities. participation in extra-curricular physical education; Dr. Aubrey 1.. tried the trimester. It to known

"other. No school Is an entity Committee"detailed was responsible activities, athletics, student government Williams, graduate research professor about throughout the country: UIt

la Itself. The university on the for developing of academic clubs, publications of English; and Dr. Cecil t is the only state-wide systems

whole must be considered,"Mautz procedures, forms aDd methods service organizations, N. Smith agricultural economist. such. IfFriday
to
relation
added. processing data" in

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Defects PinpointedFrank .t .L

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results of this pressure are "Do you feel that the faculty Is fL
J. Gallagher, a nativeof unknown, but he surmises that less exerting a sincere effort to make
New York, has attended the UF retention of material, higher rate the trimester successful?" Yes,
since 1962 when he retired from of drop-outs, more cheating and 124; No, 75; No opinion, 53.
military service as a lieutenant an Increase of mental disorders "Has the trimester caused any
colonel. He flew 66 combat mis- may occur. added difficulty in meeting
sions in Europe during W.W. II. 3) Meeting required reading supplementary reading assign-
The 43-year-old Phi Beta Kappa assignments Is more difficult and, ments?" Yes, 202; No, 49. t'fl.
received his bachelor's degree deductively, students fall to read as "Since the trimester, has your ,
from the UF, but he did some much of their assignments as they habit of reading for pleasure:" y

undergraduate work at City did before. This, Gallagher con- Increased, 3; Decreased, 184; ; '
College, New York. As a UF grad- cludes, must be lowering the Stayed about the same,66. (,11,..,(" :':'' [ 1\' : ,. ',0'',\
uate assistant In the College of quality of higher education at the Other findings in Gallagher's t \ 1i'V7\} \';
Business Administration, \ ,
University. :
report show: : _
Gallagher worked on the gold 4) Reading for pleasure Is not From September, 1962, through '," ', _
.. of the United 6
outflow
problem
as common now, creating a gap April, 1964, no gain was made In
States and also compiled data 'on between a student's book knowledgeand student average credit hour

the trimester. his "well-rounded"education. achievement. That Is, In a certain
Among his honors are the Included the questions
among given time, the trimester student
distinguished Flying Cross and Gallagher asked the students and gained about as much credit
the Air Medal with 11 clusters. their answers were these toward
( a degree) for his workas
"Do you prefer the trimester the semester student. (This
Ever since the trimester made system to the semester system?" would indicate that trimester
Its appearance at the UF,students, Yes, 95; No, 164; Indifferent, 9. students choose to take fewer
faculty and administrators have "From a quantitative stand- hours courses -- per trimesterthan
wondered what changes It has point, do you feel that less the semester student). '"""1 "
brought. material Is actually covered In Class scheduling difficulties
Frank J. Gallagher, a graduate a trimester course?" Yes, 128; have resulted from the limited
student In the College of Business No, 136; No opinion, 4. number of courses offered in the THE CALL of the books go unheeded by this

Admlnlstratlonprepared surrey, "Please evaluate the quality of spring trimester, April-June, and Florida Man who has decided to take to the bed
completed August, 1964, of the education in the trimester as com- from the lower number of
trimester. lie questioned 513 pared to the semester." Better,8; sections (class groups) of multi- instead. (Photo by Vernon Barchard. )
students who had studied unaer Poorer, 160; About the same, 99. section courses.
both the trimester and semester "Since the trimester have
your
t. = Athle Director Graves Says
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system.
grades Improved, 85; Declined
From the 268 who answeredthe 64; Stayed about the same, 119.
questlonalre, Gallagher "Do you feel that trimester
derived these conclusions: pressure has caused excessive Sports Program Hit
1) Lengthening class periods dropping i of courses and/or
from !50 to 55 minutes In the resignations prior to final .
trimester did not compensate for examinations?" Yes, 146; No, 64; .
the two weeks chopped off the No opinion, 158."Compare GLENN LANEY overall, then we are all for it. hitter on the baseball team and 'I
If it is helping him get a better second leading batter in the
semester. (The old semester had the pressure from Sports Editor
't 16 weeks of classes from final exams In the trimester to education, we realize this Is what conference. He was carrying
to that from selfish he is up here for and we approve exactly 12 hours and failed one
September January; the tri- in the semester. More, 203; "Speaking strictly
mester has 14 weeks from Less, 9; About the same, 54. athletic standpoint, I can't think of 100 per cent." But, from the sports of his courses. This disqualified
the trimester angle of the UF, It is not helpingus him for the baseball season.
September to December). "Since the trimester, has your one good point to
2) Final examinations are participation in extra-curricular system," said UF Head Coach at all." Another problem faced by
t conducted under Increased activities been:" More, 18; Less, and Athletic Director Ray Graves. Spring sports are the hardest athletics is one of conditioning.
pressure. Gallagher admits the 136; About the same, 113. "If it Is helping the students hit under the trimester system. "The boys are away from our
The UF loses many good track and weight lifting and isometric
& a a a a a 1 A ABut
'1Cw -c baseball players who either training from April until late
graduate in April when the tri- August," said Graves. "When they
mester is over or do not remainto come back In the fall they have
Dean Harrell Favors Quarter
take a few hours during the first one month more away from planned
term to finish out the seasons. conditioning than the rest of the
"The athlete's grades aren't conference teams we meet."
Medical School UnaffectedA suffering too much," said Graves.
"He has Just learned to take a The LSU game is a good case
lighter load. Of course this puts a In point where the football teamIs
strain on him," Graves hurt under the trimester system.The .
The UF College of Medicine the quarter system would be the For the first two years of continued. The Southeastern game originally scheduled for
has not "been appreciably most effective arrangement medical school, the student has Conference (SEC) rules state a boy Oct. 3 was postponed until Dec.
\ affected" during the two-year because It would be a more flexible always gone year-round, so the has to pass at least 12 hours of 5. This Is less than one week before
reign of the trimester system, plan for organizaing courses. trimester system did not affect classes to remain eligible. Most the first final exam is given.
according to its dean, George T. Under the quarter system, he them at all,the dean said.However, of our boys find It difficult to take Classes at the UF start earlier
,. Harrell. said courses which are now one it did complicate graduate students more than 12 hours under this under the trimester program.
"Medical students are working trimester long could be extendedto from other UF colleges taking system and still play football.This
s and studying about as hard as they two quarters, thereby gaining medical courses. Harrell said the puts a great mental strain on him "This means we can open up
always have," he said. more classroom and laboratory course schedule had to be since, If he fails Just one course practices earlier, but because of
i Harrell said he Is not opposed time. This is not possible under revamped to accommodate these he is Ineligible. Boys at other SEC rulesit, only gives us a four-
\ to the trimester, but had thought the trimester, he said. students. schools find no difficulty in taking day Jump on the other clubs,"said
He also said the stretchedoutlab 16 hours so they have a cushionto Graves. "They more than makeupfor
periods have not affected the fall back on." it In their two-a-day drills
medical students' work, in whichhe This was the case with Allen they run while we are already In
cannot see much difference Trammell, the Gators leading classes" Graves concluded.
._.. t from that done under the semester
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said in his estimation, "the

trimester hurts undergraduates
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,I "ftP' 1. calendar for the Junior and senior A ." "
years of medical school. The yearis '
t J-4wJ' '-. .... 1 divided into five and one-half : :
week blocks into which is squeezed '
': '" classes, labs, floorwork and ft ; jk : .
vacations. This system, the dean
said "works very well." It
< '-==- .." ifo,,., .iiiirtitMI, enables a student to schedule his r : b ,__,
e w **PtR* time away from the university two
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The dean said It is necessary

POOPED Florida man snatches 40 winKs.* iri4 the that practical the year-round medical college calendar have,and a ?.!;! !

University Library while hitting the booksC. '(Photo by the more flexible the system; the .s
Vernon Barchard) : : better it fits the needs. For this tii10 +JviI' ,Is ;.
reason he feels the quarter system
would be best. HEAD COACH RAY GRAVES

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I For Sale I I For Sale I I WantedWANTS ] I WantedRECENT I rl[Lost & Found


TRIANGLE FLYING CLUB 1961 YAMAHA, electric starter, STUDENT or working VINTAGE small lOOcc- LOST: Black wallet. If found,
SHARES, full membership $150. 250 cc. New battery, recently mother to share two bedroom 150cc) Motorcycle. Preferably one return to Gib Cllne. Reward. Call
Associate membership $50. Mr. timed, tuned, adjusted. For sale, apartment. Call FR 61805.: (C-30 .that can be serviced locally.Robert FR 6-0322.(L-31-lt-p).
Collier 6-3261, Ext.: 2121 or Mr. $448. Terms available at $15 mo. -3t-c). Shipman, 1630 NW 2nd Ave. (upstairs -
Burwell 20493..(A-31-5t-c). Call 376-1012 after 5:00 p.m.(A- ). (C-31-lt-p). LOST: Prescription eye glasses.
29-3t-p). FEMALE ROOMMATE to share Brown heavy frame, white lenses.
1961 CUSHMAN Super Eagle. large room with private bath, air- NEED ROOMMATE, Contact Carol Please call 6-1463. (L-31-lt-p).
SELLING UNUSED SET Famous conditioning, central heat, and
Excellent shape. New re-built and Nancy at Colonial Manor.
engine. Has ALL Cushman acces- Artists' School. Three big linen furnished. $30 per month. Telephone 3720142. (C-30-3t-c). LOST: 1 brown leather card case
sories. Call Roger Accard at 372- commercial art Instruction books. 6-3751. 1012 NW 10th Ave. (C- containing many licenses valuable
9236. (A-30-5t-p). Asking $50. Course cost $600.See 30-2t-c). only to me. Reward..Contact Bob
Julio at 1813 NW 2nd Avenue.
ONE MALE STUDENT to share 2 Hefley. 135 East, 3729128. (L313tc -
1963 ALLSTATE Sport Motor- (A-29-3t-c). large rooms and private bath with LAST TIMES ).
cycle. 4.5 horsepower. Will sell 1962 "ZUNDAPP 250CC. Electric two students. $33.33 per month TOMORROWTOMORROW
for $200. Call Jerm 378-1430 after starter. Must sell. $325. Call See at 104 S. W. 8th Street. LOST: One year old female
5 p.m. (A-30-3t-c). 4 6-3237.ater 5. (A-27-5t-c). (C-23-tf-nc). Siamese Cat--wearing pink collar
1-i 5.1-9 Out 10:25r : --answers to name MaI-LIng.Lost
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including preparation of monthlyand
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Produced by RAY GRAVES

: HORSEMEN AND HORSEWOMANPlease
Starring an ALL STAR CAST
i cease phoning to ask to
rent horses here.
Sunday 1'35 7 9
TEPEE RANCH IS NOT A
.. LIVERY STABLE. It Is the place
"A FILM TO SEE AND where the most experienced

j AiO v PONDER"--N.Y. Times equestrian Instructor In Florida
_____ ___ "ITS TOTAL EFFECT IS gives Individual (NOT CLASS)
elementary and advanced instruc-
I \ SHA TTERI NG"Commonweal-- tion In all branches of horse-
manship to enthusiastic beginning
\ mOT advanced students of both sexes
I I "I ASSURE YOU IT IS A and all ages.A .

'_ BEAUTIFUL MOVIE"-- few vacancies now for

I New YorkerWJR4 additional students. If you bring
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1 tt Colonel TerrlllE.(Terry)Price,
Tepee Ranch, Wllllston Road just
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9 p.m. 3725844. (M-29-3t-c).
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1 Shop, all cars $29.95; body work.
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Autos I Fox RentLOVELY I SpeakerFlorida Goldwater Club DollarsThe


Supreme Court Justice Students for Goldwater will Dollars for Scholars!

Jl961 VOLKSWAGEN Must sell. ROOM -- Breakfast Richard Ervin will be the meet Friday at PreGrowlat office Is open for interested!
Excellent condition throughout. Included 2 nights $25. Phone guest speaker at the Phi Alpha 8:30 p.m., on the student students, according to Bill!
Asking $372-2195.G-31-lt-p). 372-4509. 4289 N.W. 16th Street. Delta legal fraternity Home- aide 00-yard Une.Selection. McBrlde, Chairman. Office!
(B-30-2t-c). coming breakfast in the University hours are 3:30p.m.., Mon-
[WANNA MOVIN' MACHINE? 'ei t-: Cafeteria Saturday at TeamThe Fri. in Room 311, Florida

CHEV. 2-door, 300 horsepower LARGE SINGLE ROOM for 7:45. Union. For Information, call]
(engine, standardperfectcondition. student, 1 block from male Air Fore Officer Extension 2543.WSA .
campus. Hot ToastmastersThere Selection Team tor the south-
(Owned by local business man.Will and cold water In
room. $37.50 pastern United States will visit To MeetThe
sacrifice. 2-0868. (G-30-5t-c).
per month. 117 N. W. 17th
Street. will be an organizational the UF Oct. 22-23, according
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(B-27-Kt-o! .
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meeting of the new Women's Student Association
1964 COMET CYCLONE. 2-door to Sgt. A.D. Cothran, local -
: University Toastmasters Club will hold a workshop
Air Force recruiter.
hardtop, 4 speed transmission. '
Oct. 19, at the Faculty Club. While at the university the tor sororities Oct.1 9.Attend- j
$200 equity or used car and take
overpayments.372-9909 after 6:00 I PersonalWILL I All Interested persons are team will be In the lIub from Ing the workshop will be the j
(G-30-5t-c). Invited to attend. This will 9:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m. The presidents and WSA Repre-
be a luncheon meeting Officer Training School program sentatives of each sorority and j

1964 KARMAN-GHIA. Like new LINDA CLAIRE COSTON s: beginning at 11:30. leading to commission the executive board of WSA.Republicans i ,

AND WALTER C. WOODWARD as a 2/Lt. In the Air Force
10,000 miles, AM Radio. $2100.
please contact the SEMINOLE i: will be accepted.
Call Ext. 2492 or 6-8835 after 6p.m.
G-30-5t-c). office on Monday between 2 and '
5 p.m. about your senior pictures. MethodistsThe A Young Republican meet
(J-31-lt-nc). Ing will be held Oct. 21 to
1963 KARMAN-GHIA
16,000 miles
Wesley Foundation elect officers to nil several |
AM-FM radio, perfect condition.
"RED ROSES FOR ME" Oct. 22- needs volunteers tor final decorations vacancies.
$1,850. Call University Ext. 2832.
(G-25-tf-nc). 24, 2931. Reservations only. Ext. DIG 10DAYf and the setting up
2671. (J-29-tf-nc). o of chairs at 9 a.m. and after. Type BriefsOnly
As many a s can possibly
CORVETTE STING RAY 1963, make it are needed. the Campus News
Sebring silver convertible, 4 f Briefs submitted In
type-
I For Sale I
speed, posl-tractlon, AM-FM +l written form will be
Radio Metallic DanceThe
brakes. Excellent I acceptable in the future.
condition. Sacrifice $3095. Call
376-8281 after 5 p.m.G-30-3t-p). INVESTMENT 10 acres. High Four Scores will high- Open House
and rolling. $500 per acre. $1500 [ light the Homecoming Danceat .
"
MUST SELL, REDUCED $50 each. down payment. Gainesville school the Catholic Student Center, Jennings Hall has plated
'60 TR-10 4 dr., R&H $325. '57 district. Call Les Jackson, Saturday night beginning at an Open House this Sunday

TR-3, WW, boot cover, tonneau, associate. Ernest Tew Realty. 8:30. Everyone Is welcome. from 1-5 p.m. The Open
R&H $525. 2-6471 after 11 p.m. 376-6461. I-31-5t-c). House, an annual Homecoming ;
Ham MeetingThe event, gives UF men an opportunity
Ask for Mike In Rm. fI3. (G-28-
5t-c). { AMS THUM0AYAMERICA'S : to see a women's

GATOR CLASSIFIEDSGet .. : t T:1S Gator Amateur Radio hall.Visitors
Club will hold Its regular must be escorted j
SUN-ROOF-VW SEDAN 1964.Like
Things Done meeting on Oct. 19, at 8 p.m. to the residence area by someone j
new, white, radio, seat belts. GREATEST ;
In Room 025 of the EngineerIng living in Jennings
$1595. Phone 372-4786. (G-28- Call 376-3261 DRUG STORE EVENT
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Building.
I ,.
5t-c). Frosh Council
Ext. 2832 -+: All members, amateurs and
Interested are Invited
persons Freshman Council will meet
HUNDREDSTOf to attend.
in Florida Union Room 324

ITE' iHE E PRICE Liberal Forum at '1:30 p.m. Monday for its
second council meeting of the >
2 fOR F 1 PL s A YI I .; Thomas Wood will discuss trimester.At .

PENN Electronic Music this Sunday this time members will
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evening at 7:30 in the Liberal elect a council president and '' -
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': Religious Forum, In the Johnson secretary. Student Govern
.,, ( .#;' Lounge of the Florida ment (SO) President Ken

t Union. The meeting Is open Kennedy will explain the
.t 4 to all. Coffee and discussionwill organization of SO to the
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i'1;;! DAVID KENNEDY Center will have their usual Sunday the

Staff Writer breakfast, but It will be larger I
fib this week to accomodate the campus
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The university's religious cen- Alumni. There will also be the iI
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ters, usually concerned with more usual Sunday services.A scenewith II
somber events, have scheduled a dance will be held at theLATTER I III

full weekend of events fortheUF's Higgins and the

Homecoming including decorations -
parties and alumni re- DAY SAINTS Institute combination is Big On
Saturday from 8 to 11 p.m.accord-

unions. ing to Dave Whitmer, director of Any Campus. Tailoredin
Included In their activities are
; the Institute. The center will be
The BAPTIST Student Center traditional Yale and
open all weekend.
3 1 will have a house decoration con- The theme for the LUTHERAN Trim Fit models of 65%
v sisting of a South Carolina Game-
Student Center will be the sameas
y yi cock skiing out of a mural Into "Dacron"* polyester
that of the campus. Bob Sou-
the gaping Jaws of a Gator. If
5.F
vorin designed the plans for the 35% combed cottonforwrinkleless
the engineers working on the pro-
18-foot Alligator which will be
ject can get things worked out, neat
dropping a seven foot Gator-
theGator will swallow the hapless
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sphere on a Gamecock.The looks and carefree wear,
Gamecock.
PRESBYTERIAN Univer-
a There will be a coffee with at Finer Stores everywhere.
.. } sity Center will have parade chairs
doughnuts on Sunday from 8:45
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for rent today and Cokes will be Dupont' registered
9:45 a.m. trademark tl
on sale during the parade,
The theme of the CATHOLIC .
DEANNA HINCHEY, Delta Delta Delta, and Joe according to Chip Morgan and
Student Center display will be
Keenan, Phi Gamma Delta, play with children inthe "Gamecocks Prepared at Gator's the secretary at the center, Maria

pediatrics ward of the J. Hillis Miller Health Center World's Fair." It will consistof Welch.
The WESLEY Foundation
last Sunday. Their visit was made in connection with a refreshment stand at which a have a house decoration consistingof
'Gator will be roasting a Game-
the IFC competition for the Dan McCarty Service Tro- cock. a 10-foot Gator in the act of
pulling a Gamecock out of a UnI-
phy for outstanding service to school community, and There will be chairs In front of sphere which bears a suprlsing
the center for the parade today and
national fraternity. resemblance to a chicken
coop.
at 6:30 members of the Newman
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Members of the foundation will
Club will leave in a group for Gator
meet at 1 p.m. Saturday for block

LBJ Approves Growl.Tomorrow evening there will bea seating.
Activities Chairman Bill Dou-
dance starting at 8:30 and lasting
berley, said that the foundation will
"until." Music will be by the
be open all weekend except during vIi
Four Scores and admission will
be free. Growl.
ROTC RaiseWASHINGTON
HILLEL Foundation will hold
Masses will be as usual Sunday,
services at 8 p.m. Friday at the
with doughnuts and coffee after
foundation. A Sunday brunch will
each Mass.
be held beginning at 11 a.m., with '
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(UPI) President Johnson has signed Into law a The EPISCOPAL University all alumni invited. \

bill expanding the Reserve Officers Training Corps In high schools,

the White House announced Wednesday. The legislation was opposedThe UNITARIANUNIVERSALISTFELLOWSHIP

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'1 new law, which also revises

college officers training courses,

would permit Increasing the high Fund Has SPEAKER: Dr. Ernest R. Bartley
school by nearly COO
program per
cent. Professor of Political Science


The project was backed as a $83,000 TOPIC: "The Constitution And Our Changing Needs"A

means of fighting juvenile deli-

quency and getting more men interested -

In military careers. Welcome To All Who Are Interested
Toward Goal

Defense Secretary Robert Mc- Sunday, October 18, 11 A.M.
Namara had opposed It as having

little military value. UP Alumni Loyalty Fund this 1204 NW 10th Avenue

But Rep. F. Edward Hebert, week reached $83,000 toward this

D-La., sponsor of the bill, said year's $200,000 goal, Fund Direc-
McNamara "personallyrecommended" tor R. C. Beaty announced

that Johnson sign it. yesterday. MEN'S WEAR

McNamara had contended that the I .
junior ROTC was too costly.
More than 6,000 alumni have FOR FLORIDA
The new law allows the defense
contributed to this year's Loyalty
department to expand the numberof iVOODROW' /
Fund Drive to date, Dean Beaty
junior ROTC units from 254
said. The Fund supports educa-
high schools to 1,200 high scholls.
tional projects at the UF,Including
The expansion would start in
financial aid to students, the
1966 at a rate of 200 schools a SNAPSHOT
library system, and special emergency CONTEST
year. When completed, the annual
needs.Extending.
cost would be $21 million. Bring in a snapshot (none larger than 5" by 7")

"Before I promulgate any regu- the participation In of your BOY FRIEND Gift FRIEND BRO-

': lations relating to the expansion the current Loyalty Fund Drive THER SISTER SON OR DAUGHTER 12

4 of the program," Johnson said, alumni In selecting Florida cities older.
"I have asked the secretary of defense Initiated a "telefund" project this years or

to conduct a thorough studyof week. Under the direction of local They must GO TO SCHOOL IN THE GAINES-

It and to ascertain whether it Loyalty Fund chairmen, alumni VILLE AREA.

can be made responsive to the plan to gather In telephone cen-
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yet be conducted at the lowest calls seeking pledges for the 1964- back of each photo.

t possible cost." 64 Fund. Box will close at 7 p.m. Oct. 24, 1964.

We will draw 3 PHOTOS, 1st 2nd 3rd.

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ST. LOUIS (UPI) The fleet, the big momemt of his chechered straight series. 1
daring St. Louis Cardinals climaxed career.
Lou Brock and Ken Boyer hit
one of the greatest come- The loss
of this
series, follow- homers for the Cardinals and
[ backs In baseball history Thursdaywhen ing their 1963 defeat at the bands Mickey Mantle, Clete Boyer and with
they whipped the New York of the Los
Angeles Dodgers, also Phil LInz connected for circuit GLENN
Yankees, 7-5, behind Bob Gibson's marked the first time LANEY
since 1922 blows to produce all the Yankee
nine-hit pitching and won their first that the Yankees have lost two runs. Sports EditorIn
World Series since 1946.
Unleashing a 10-hlt attack that
Included two home runs and run-
ning the bases like a modern Gas Injuries Cripple Offensive Line

House Gang behind the 28yearold about five minutes now the alarm clock is going to ring and it
Gibson, the young Cardinals Luck has run out on the Florida team block during practice. The will be time to get up and go to the Mississippi game.
demoralized the Yankees in two Gators. break resulted when Thomas hit his
It does all seem like a dream. .doesn't It?
three-run innings and had the proud Thursday's practice found three hand on the helmet of one of the If someone would have come up to you before the beginning of the
American League champions regular offensive starters out for blockers. season and said, "Hey, the Gators are going to be undefeated going
throwing the ball all over Busch the South Carolina contest John Whatley first string offen- into Homecoming" what would you have done first. laughed or
Stadium. tomorrow. sive guard relnjured an old leg cried?
Counted out of the National Lea- Newest addition to the list of injury. Graves said Whatley would Of course the big battle of the season Is shaping up with our friends
gue pennant race when they were Gator walking wounded are Gary definitely be out for the game to the north. You know, that girl's school up there In Tallahassee.
U games out of first place with Thomas and John Whatley. Saturday. They are undefeated you know.Of course theyhaven't played anybody
three weeks of the season left, Thomas, the Gator's tight block- Randy Jackson, who has done real special. Oh, of course they beat Kentucky pretty badly, but who
the Cardinals thus gave St. LouisIts Ing end broke his hand in practice such a fine job for the Gators had Kentucky beat?

seventh world championship ina Wednesday. Head coach Ray since he was moved from offen- Right; away you say "Mississippi! Sure, but so did we. And as
rich history of 10 World Series Graves said It was a freak acci- sive end to outside offensive tackle, Johnny Vaught; the "Ole Miss" coach said, the Rebels just may be
and 62 year old Manager J. Keane dent which happened on a double- will find himself back at his old overrated.

position as a replacement for Kentucky also beat Auburn, but they only played half the Auburn
Thomas. team. The other haUl .JImmy Sidle sat out most of that game.
: Northwestern MutlJ Jim Benson, second string cen- Unless their heads really get too big for their helmets, the Seminoles
w- ill ter will take over Jackson's should come into the Florida game undefeated. The only "rough"
\., fe'Insurance cak vacated spot at tackle. Graves opponent they have on their schedule until they meet us Is North
SINCE 1857 said Benson will probably remainat Carolina State. That would be a breather for the Gators.
tackle for the rest of the season
a ., with the return of veteran Gary Wouldn't it be nice to spoil a perfect season for "good ole' FSU.
Cllett at the center position. They really have it in for us.Their coach Bill Peterson has a picture-
Sophomore John Preston, who frame hanging In his office. .but there is no picture in it. Underneathis
COLLEGE PLANS did such a fine job filling in for the caption "reserved for the first Florida State team to beat

Jim H. DewIIa..Jr. INSURED SAVINGS Whatley against Mississippi, will Florida."
start at that position. This gives
Special AgtntI10SW. MORTGAGE *
Unir. Art.Rm. the Gators three sophomores in This year they think they have a pretty good chance. For the first
206 Sect 114,. RETIREMENT their starting offensive line. time the game is going to be played on their field. For the first
376-9781- "This will naturally put a little time they have a team which is showing promise of having enough
more pressure on our defensiveunit talent to put up a real fight every game. .instead of building themselves -

fg VOL.......0,........Wf,., -.. ," Graves said. "They will up for just one team. .the Gators
have to play extra well to stop
the Gamecocks wide open offense1 Ray Graves commented he was (Clad to see them playing against
Graves said most of the InJured other teams like they play against us every year.
should be ready for the Ala- The Seminoles have a pretty good passing combination of their
bama game. However,Thomas was own. Tensl (Steve) to Bllctnlkoff (Fred) has teamed up well this
doubtful. season. Blletnlkoff has gathered in 19 passes In four games lit has
"We will have to wait and see also scored five touchdowns and raced for a total of 343 yards.

d Fli S E about Thomas," he said. "We This averages out to just a little over 18 yards every time he catchesthe
i r > also aren't sure of the extent otWhatley's ball.
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{s lP4 1.. Injury." /
The Gators reviewed their offensive Tens has hit on 36 of 34 passes for 521 yards. The FSU sports
and defensive assignments publicity office is pushing both of them for All-America honors. -
yesterday for the South Carolina FSU has proven they have an offensive punch as well as a defensive
YT Jn i. JWs clash. Graves said he couldn't punch In their List two games. They have piled up 108 points to their
tell from practice whether or not opponents six. At first glance this appears to be quit Impressive.
they were getting ready to break But If one searches a little farther the question of the respectability
out against the Gamecocks.said of their opponents comes into view once again.
tlCl i he didn't think his team was under- It is nice to see them with a representative tea'n for the first
.l estimating them any more after time sine we have played them. It will make this If ason's victory
watching their game films. just a little sweeter.
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j U the pre-season polls are true, at Florida. However, though we Sloan continued, "Our big worry aspects, Sloan said, "Our strong sophomores could make the dif-
this year's UF basketball team have improved, so has the rest now is the inexperience of our big suit is very definitely experience, ference between a good and a great
could be one of the best. of the league. I believe we will boys. Keller and Ramsey are going speed and ability at guard. Hen- season. How they respond will

As head coach Norman Sloan start to close the gap between to be outstanding basketball derson, in my opinion is the finest make worlds of difference to this

said, "This is our best team yet Florida and the league's top teams players, but need work. Hoffmann all-around guard In the league. club."

this year." has only a year's playing time, Baxley is a very capable running Practice will get under way on
The Gators will have a chanceto and not all of that as a regular." mate." October 19 with the first game

Cross Country prove their merit against some Concerning the Gators best Sloan said, "I think that our scheduled on Dec. 2 against VMI.
of the powerhouses of the South-

eastern Conference (SEC).
Team LoosesFlorida's Sloan said, "I think Kentucky, GATOR FOOTBALL SPECIAL!

Vanderbilt, and Tennessee are the KLEANAMATICLAUNDRY
SEE THE GAME
three strongest teams this yearIn _
cross country team the league. We play them all." AND //TI
IN COMFORT!
was upset over the weekend by :
To Improve on last year's 14-12 '
Florida State 21 to 32. DRY CLEANING
record, Sloan will call upon some ) Sturdy But Lightweight
.;. This was the first time the
of his top returning lettermen.
I Gator cross country team has Aluminum Frame
I Counted on for big seasons are JLPoliShed
\ been beat by the Seminoles. The QUALITY IS
: 'I guards Brooks Henderson and
i Seminoles also beat Florida's ., ..
Tom Baxley, forwards Dick A' ... I'f 'j ; Water Repellent Covers
1 previously undefeated freshmen ",;: lot, 1'1A ."
Tomlinson and
\ and Paul Morton,
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runners 19 to 40. OUR
centers Bill Koss and Bob STADIUM SEAT
Florida State took first, second, Hoffmann.
fourth, seventh and ninth place
Also very much in Coach Sloan's List Price $4.10
for the total 23 points; while the EXCLUSIVE SANITONE
plans are sophomores Jeff $2 99
Galore took third fifth sixth
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OUR LOW PRICE
I Ramsey, Gary Keller, and Harry ...
eighth and tenth. PROCESS
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For Florida DieterGiebhart play center, Keller forward, and
third, Bill Opperman, fifth; Dave Winkler will alternate between McCollum// Drug Co.

Wilson, sixth; Jim Brown, eighth, guard and forward. 1324 E. Univ. Ave. .
and Gary Mania, tenth. 1124 W. Univ. Ave.

Mahla, Wilson and Glebhart are --
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Dan Wells, Danny Schagasser,Bill ,

Roberts and Austin Funk. ,? r
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Game Story "Deacon Dan Reeves Is downs, and Reeves, 6-1,195, has
Florida's major worry this Satur- passed for one, (the only score Coach's Corner
day; South Carolina depends In the Gamecocks 7-7 standoff
(Continued from Page 1)) heavily on their passing attack." with Georgia) and scored another
Thus spoke Larry Travis, assis- himself. with
Florida Is In top physical shape tant scout, who watched the Game- In USC's offense, Reeves uses
M meet the Gamecocks except for cocks play Nebraska.In the backfield's eligibility as receivers -
hptaln Larry Dupree who has been four games, South Carolina to fullest advantage, as RAY GRAVESSpirit
L of action all week with the flua has amassed 272 yards on the Larry GUI, 5-11, 195 multitalented -
sprained ankle. Graves said ground, while the rifle-armed halfback, who has rushed
, doubtful" Dupree will play Reeves has thrown for 56C( yards. for 37 yards, has also gathered
it's morrow. With Dupree out, John Reeves has completed 52 out of in 12 of Reeve's flings for 124 Is The Word
91 passes. yards. Sophomore fullback Jule
alter will carry the fullback
Reeves is also a dangerous Smith, 5-10, 181, has grabbed 9
uUes. Certainly a winning performance has something to do with the :
Trying to stop Florida's so far. running threat, and has carried the passes for 140 yards.Rosen snared spirit and attitude of football fans but the reverse is also true In thata
beatable machine will be South ball on 39 plays, 14 more than Reeves' lone touchdown pass. winning spirit has a great deal to do with the team' success.
arolina Coach Marvin Bass and 6-1, 211-pound sophomore Phil Reeves major target Is J.R. Never In all the years I've been associated with college football
ils Gamecocks. Branson. Branson has accumu- Wllburn, 6-2,190,who tied a school have I seen better spirit in a crowd than at last Saturday's 30-14 victoryover
"florida will be among or top lated 51 yards, and "has yet to record with six receptions against Mississippi.We .
kve strongest opponents." said reach his full potential," accord- Georgia, and has grabbed 15 passes deeply appreciate: this "12th Man" in the form of school spirit,
ass before the season started. ing to "The Gamecock," USC's for 160 yards overall. it's disturbing to vlsiyng teams and very, very encouraging to the
South Carolina can operate with student paper. The most effective "USC's line is big, and fast Florida team.
ji. all senior backfield on offenseth ground-gainer Is halfback Martin for its size, with a high degree We enter this game 'favored on the basis of our performance thus
Reeves at quarterback,Marty Rosen, 6-0, 195, who has swept of agressiveness," said Travis. far this season and frankly I'm worried. South Carolina has a good
.osen. and Larry Gill at the half- around end for 64 yards in only USC will average 229 yards in the football team, a dangerous team with an exceptional quarterbackin
fiacks positions and Pete DIVenere 21 carries. line, as compared to Florida's 217. Dan Reeves and bulk In both the line and backfield.
fullback. USC has only scored four touch- The Gamecocks look even bigger They have the added advantage of being able to shoot the works. They
when you consider that their ends haven't won yet In 1964 and have nothing to lose by playing It wide
weigh only 195 and 198.
open, gambling and loose.
IT'S MALONE'S The defensive secondary has I believe Florida will have a slight letdown today, but not a plunge
played good ball, and has Inter- into the depths of total football Ineffectiveness. It Is difficult to reach
cepted 6 passes.Florida's talented that plateau shown In the Ole Miss game on each and every Saturday,
I 7IZ W Univ secondary will be put to a stern Just as it is difficult for all students to be alert, bright-eyed and full
test for Reeves for 240
passed of knowledge each class day.
yards against 8th-ranked Nebraska This should be an interesting game because our offense has Improved
which has been 2nd In each week and believe we are capable of moving the football and scoringon
the nation in pass defense. any defense.
Defensive standouts for South South Carolina has a dangerous offense,as mentioned, and It Reeves 1.
Carolina include 6-2, 210, Junior right, and throwing to boys like end J.R. Wilburn, the Gamecocks can
center Jon Llnder, who was ad- move that ball against anybody.
Judged "Cock of the Walk" (best It might be Interesting to watch the work of our lonesome end, Charles
USC player of the week), along Casey, and South Carolina's Wilburn. These are two of the finest pass
--::. with senior Jim Johnson, 6-3, receivers in collegiate football and both of them have moves which
230 pound tackle for the Georgia give defensive backs and bad drei..n..
game. Any offense, of course, revolves around the quarterback and having
Lennie Sears, a Junior tackle, mentioned the special abilities of Reeves, the nation's No. 4 passer, I
6-5, 230, won the "Cock of the also should say a word about our quarterbacks Tom Shannon and Steve
Week" honor for the Duke
game. .
For U of Spurrier.We
FSWEATSHIRTS Quick defensive back Bobby are particularly pleased with the efforts of each of these boy
JEWELRY Bryant, 6-1,175, must be watched. and especially pleased with the way they have so effectively combined
T-SHIRTS MUGS The sohpomore returned punts for efforts to move our offense.
PENNANTS DECALSWe 18 and 42 yards, and sparkled Tommy, who has the experience edge, has dOM an excellent Job of
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1.TEXAS SYRACUSE 11.ARKANSAS 16'ILLINOIS
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5.FLORIDA STATE 10-FlORIDA 15*IOWA 2J-OREGON
enthusiasts rate the CB-72 a real r
\ standout for endurance and all- Saturday, October 17 Major Colleges
around Still perched on ye olde throne of college
: performance J31gpowerful, .... ....
r Abilene Christian 1. DIton. 14 football is the
i t..L unsurpassed for rugged Alabama .................. 17 Tennessee .. 0 Texas Longhonu Competition
t"1"' dependability the CB-72 has Army ....... .......... 2 Virginia .. might get a little steamier this week as
Boston College i :::::::: : Cincinnati\ .:. : 1:
\ II p established a truly great performance Bowling Groin ....... 31 Toledo.. .. .......... 7 the 11th-ranked Hogs of Arkansas snort Into
( Brigham Young ...... 21 Pacific U. .. .. S do battle. However the Texans will
I record. 4-stroke, 180 Buffalo .. ..... .. ....... 20 V. M. I. .. ...... 14 stayon
: 1 \)I'' degree crank, O.H.C. twin- Citadel ........................ 14 William Mary ... e top with a 13-polnt win over the Razor- i
Clem Ion .... .........__ 17 Wake Forest ... 7 backs. I.. a I
: /I cylinder engine develops 25 H.P. Colorado .. ... ............... 11 Iowa State 7 .. ,- 1
Cornlll .. .. ... ......... 14 Harvard ... 11 The tight defenses of Tennessee will geta }
i ''I} 1\\ at 9,200 R.P.M. 105 M.P.H.Double Dartmouth ..............._ 11 Brown ..... ....... 0 .
leading-shoe brakes. Electric Florida ......................?.. 24 South Carolina .. .. 0 thorough testing against the #2 team In the ) r
Florida State .. 27 Georgia .. 1Furm.n land ;;J'W' F
starter. ...... .. .... ......... 21 Presbyterian 11 Alabama. The Tide knocked North r:
Core Tech ... .... 21 Auburn. .... 11 Carolina State from the ranks of the
Illinois .. .... .. ........ 21 Minnuota 21
flj: ( $730.00 Iowa ..._. .............._ 21 Wisconsin _.. ...... .... 1. undefeated last week, and they should whip
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)I Kansas ..... ................ 2J Oklahoma ............... .... 21 the Volunteers by seventeen. 3rd-ranked
Kent State ....... ...... 21 Western Michigan .... 0L.
I. U. .. ... .............. 21 Kentucky .................... SMarshall Michigan faces the Riveters of Purdue In a
...... ..... .... .... 21 Kentucky State 11 Big Ten Conference
Memphis i Stats West Texas ... game. Though anythingcan for those who prefer the finestin
r Michigan .......... .::'::::: 2: Purdue ?. : : 11 happen In this rivalry, the pick is still

':.' ..-C i 1:;' ., Mississippi Michigan Stats......... ............ 21 2J Tulane Indiana ....................... 14 7 Michigan by 15 points. Ohio State Is 4th. a moderately priced trouserDONIGAN'S
Stats Southern Mississippi i
Missouri Mississippi :::: n Air Force ............ : Southern Cal Is 14th. and this makes for
f Montana 14 Weber State .. 1 mighty Interesting football. The Harmon pick
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15 California 11
Navy
Nebraska .... 22 Kansas Stats I makes the Trojans a slight 4-polnt underdog
lIlt bicycIe: North Carolina .. .. .21 Maryland 11 to the
Buckeyes.
North Carolina State 21 Duke. .. ......... ... 1.
North Texas ........ .... 15 New Mexico St.t. 11North.l.tern JUMPING FROM 10TH TO 5TH ON THE

: Notre Dams .. 27 21 U.Mllml.C. L Ohio A. .. .. 7 S NATIONAL LADDER, THE FLORIDASTATE
!! ..h c>>pI Ohio State .. 14 Southern Cal 11 SEMINOLES MADE ONE OF THE BIGGEST
: Ii Ohio U. IXavier 14
I Oregon 14 Arizona 1 BURSTS. THIS FORECASTER HAS BEEN' 1123 W. Univ. Ave.
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Princeton 21 Colgate tRice HAS BEEN HIGH ONFl.ORIDASTATESINCE .
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Richmond 2S Davidson 7 THE BEGINNING OF THE SEASON. THE
The Rutgers 2J Pennsylvania 14 7 SEMINOLES WILL CONTINUE BURSTING I Featuring a Hot
Syracuse, 10 Penn State
Texas "Arkanl" 1 THIS WEEK;THEY'RE FAVORED OVER THE
(: Texas A i M 10 T. C. U. 11
1/(1' College Life Texas Tech 21 Baylor 11Tulsa BULLDOGS OF GEORGIA BY 19 POINTS.
/ ( 211 Louisville 1 Syracuse was another big mover this week,
Utah II Colorado State t Roast Beef
Utah State 17 New Mexico 0 climbing from 13th to 6th In the Harmon

; Football Forecast Vanderbilt Villi nova 2S 11 Delaware George Washington........... 1 7 ratings. They dropped U.C.UA. from the
Washington 'II Stanford 14 ranks of the elite last week, and they will
I" Washington State 14 San Jose State 1. AN'VS
:i The Games Wilt Virginia 15 V. P. I. 11 bounce Penn State this Saturday by sixteen

:11 I Wyoming Wichita .. ... 22 17 Texas Detroit Western 7 7 points. 7th-ranked Notre Dame will be 20

I,iJ} Ark. v Texas Yale 1. Columbia 7 points too strong for U.C.L.A., and Georgia

I'!II' Auburn v G. Tech Tech, '8, will stay undefeated with an eleven

\(; FJS.U. v Georgia point win over the Tigers of Auburn.
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: \i I Ky v US.U. .I/ ': :J'J jo, records last week, but neither did it fall

J\h' 1 Miami v Pitt : ,. ( HIGHLIGHTSWell on Its face. Out of 162 games (4 ties were

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F--. ---~ -.* ,~W. .' --% Trimester The Alligator preseut8 a section entitled, "Dear Mr. Legislator: The Trimester System -Where It's Been and Where's It's Going" on Pages 9-16 of this edition,, / / A A I I, ita -a -s-a-.4 *4 V~AtV" '.' ( 'ac. ,-) ,,,v~-' -~s'tw:w'r~afl -1. ~r --C. sj.w.~. Tackle South Carolina Tomorrow GLENN LANEY Sports Editor Amid tile political hubub of Florida's Homecoming the GOtor football team will go Gamecock hunting tomorrow at 2 p.m. on Florida Field. The himling equipment will consist of a double barreled shotgun composed of the best pass defense In the nation and a one-two punch offense, while the prey will be South Carolina's Gamecocks. The last time Florida met South Carolina was In 1939 when the Gamecocks won 6to 0. TeGators a,,d Gamecocks have met II times before with the Gators taking five And the Gamecocks thres. There were three ties. The Gators who allowed Misslssippi's potent pasSIng game only diglt comvleti os in 22 attempts last Saturday will get tested this week by Dani Reeves, who leads thle Atlantic Coast Conference in total offense. Florida is ranked first among major college football teams in pass defense and ninth in total defense. Three Gator foes have completed only I? of 48 passes for one touchdown. The Gators' average passing yield Is a stingy 48.7 yards. Florida dbfenslwe hacks have picked off six enemy ton.e, with Jerry Newcomer aSd Br uc. Bennvtt snagghng two apiece. Dick Klfl suidAllen Tranmm.Il lve each Ltrc*#tdn' Backig up the Gatrs' dbfens. will be the "88 Trocps"' In the torn ci qumferats Ton, Slan*0n an Steve Spurnier. Bolh, qnarteitacks have come up with the big plays wo far this year, Parade Starts Celebration This Afternoon IOVA Editorial POP PRIZES to be awarded at this weekend's Collegiate World's MAi ss Mary Ar' i si as, Seouti firl Hornecomng Swee th (trt ,The trophies for winninG s its, Hlook, on> ouse decorations. Khruschv Ends MC6SCOW, Friday (UPI) -In a drastic move that catght the world by surprise, the Soviet Union's Communist patty Ian strIpped NIklt. S. Khrnushchev of hi. posts as premier and party chief. Khrushchev bowed out with uncluracteristlc silenc, and .tthou* rec.Ivin a single word of official praise for his ii y.ar. of pVwer and Speaks surround be given 0 e'gn .' lIfetImh yr ,.rwv ii t. Lh rtnmn~uitiii The cnd of Ktru.,hch.'Ys leadership Soviet Union was *,ntxun. edj n idnighl(R tlnhe va.1 night by Tau the official newS agency. The jrtIotn relieving him dt.I, .a t k t u''n-.day by I.e (C rit parly. of the USSia 11 Soviet of hi. Mt. I fni> 50 poge 4) Gator Speaks LE VINE Assistant F.ven a got)( keamstriais would have t ro uble kee~pIng lbh' %t.Im$ lion, burnthI, ,jen on ('hm.' vlt' Itid.y n. an entimat.'d ItO b' I'? fotIbal fi ns, men y -maert ,Iuini, tnd politlaliins Nhe In ki uk 114-off revelry of tin IIIr i I il ne-hi wnt.d llOmeCI)IN g fe Nt vitfr%. Thum, of this yet r' liom,..omlng Is "Gutor, P r p4 ft SCollegiats World's Fair.'' Ilotncomnlng, Iii. .lii It football, s c ia I mdx alumni cefrbrtIo, o f fIceiI y begin. at I p.m. today with a prade which Iliaves the ROTC Drill leld and pror.eds down Univvrsity Avenk* past the reviewing sitind to South Main Strep-t. Th.' paruic feature., 7' unit. of floats, mar'Iing band. awli ( IOW %. Tankn, miIssIln unit, and color guardsiaso are plannwd is special at. -lurid. Show. as.', an exhibition of the advances end flogfess in lb. different 'ollq.s of UJF, will cip., .t noon. Under Large, blue cirrus tent 16 acedsuic dl.uiay' will 6, featured Includiulg a mnnnature of the I9lO Eaglmeerirc Complex, an insight inks the Cclleg. of Art nd Scienes, and an AOTC exhibItIon. The sl'owcas. aso wil be appa .11 day tomorrow *zcep' dtig tte gam., It will tfle place on Lb ile hire of MUa rt A uditorlunm. A f lorid, Blue Key smoker starts ad 3:15 pam. is the bae.meet of the Florida Gymasia. Swiewaades, as honr -loq ea, .quill .a The 914 t Gators

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Burns Bahama-Bound To Answer I layv P1t 10 will gi tp In Bhim Is this morning [nd stru't (,fficlabs at N Lss.i' I ink of Nova Scott .to answer Ieot er's questi. nB abotit .l1.g,.I tnk accounts in his flame. Burns denied claims made by GOP gubernatorial C andidate Charles R. flolhey that more thazi $1 million is depostled in the bank under the name of the Demo. critic nominee for goveriot. Burns invlt,.d newsmen to go to Nassau today to check the reports first hand. The Mayur sail he would make the trip "in order to del, ,nce and deny this or any other bank account outside of the limits of the United States." Halley had renewed his demands Wednesday that Burns reveal his financial status and said denials alone were not enough. Holley showed Tallahassee newsmen photostats of banks statements Thesday, bearing the name of the Baif of Nova Scotia in Nassau, the Bahamas, a-d listing the depositior as "Haydon Burns, 1805 Lorimer Rd., Jacksonville." 'Th, statements listed a balance of $I,215,000 as of Sept. 30, wIth the l.t deposit shown as $100,000 on Aug. 20. Burns denied the deposits Toes day nigtht and said Halley's information was counterfeit. Burns said he bad been offered the same materialonly with Holley's name on it -for $500. Burns declined to identify who made the offer. Burns said on arrival at Lakeland early Wednesday afternoon that hehbad made" -al contract" $ 4 Ladt Unitedl und. Buris ht'l~i Iu, 0rme A hilt on the platform they we r, th cmznt C Questions Ie .k' phietost-i and satd rfeit bank account forms h aI Co rtined Hot -ley's nlame. Burn,, had said he rejected the offer to buy the forms, and th at the person had told him to keep them anyway. Burns, headquarters inJacksonville said a telegram was being sent to Jack Gore, Fort 1auderdale News editor, authorizinghimto ask the Nassau hank for any information regarding the alleged account. An official of the bank saldearller that It was against bank policy to discuss accounts with a third party and would not say if Burns had an account. Holley said Wednesday that bank officials would notvlolatepollcyby saying there was nm such account. Halley said denials from Burns will not satisfy the public. "A denial by himis noteogh," Holley said. "He claimed to have been born in Kentucky when h. Was born in Chicago. He denied usirg JIaeksonvtlle pollee in his canpair. and the next day two were arrested in Sarasota Comaty put. ting 14p his signs illegally. "He denied the support of an NA ACP official, then confronted with prod, he charged his tune. He claimed the endorsemhentofour U.S. senators and otherhigh elected officials and then they denied their endorsement of him.""His denials are worthless," Holley said. When first advised of Holloy's action, Burns said he was suirculuis Jut limentN reporte 10 tc I Personal recounts In bank dttrI boted ti my name." "'It Is up t. hinm to brng forth proof," Holley said."lflhavebeen duped as he claims, then he tan easily prove It.'' Executive editor Donald Baldwiii of the St. Petersburg Times said he had been contacted by Hoiley I1 late September. Baldwin s.,id the candidate had reportedhe hadsome Georgia bank statements alleged to belong to Burns and that he was trying to track down others in the Bahamas. Baldwin said Holley wanted the paper to help finance the search but that the paper declined. 'Te editor said that on Oct.2 in Tamp., durliw the Democratic boae caucus, Burns showed him some copies of tank accounts with Hoiley's nanhe 00 them, and said they had been offered for $500. PLAY GRIDIRON GREENBA CK S Every Sunday In The $100 CA SH AWARDED Each Week BLUE KEY TROPHY FUND COTRDUOR CAPUS BOOK S TOR[ SOU THE RN BEL L TE LE PH PENNEY'S UNIVE RSI TY CI TY BA NK WISE'S DRUG S TOR E M ALO NE'S LORD BY RON'S SUNDRY LORD BYRON'S RES TAUF G ATO R S POR T SH OP J.M. FI E LD'S UNIVERSITY I NN WI LSON'S DE PT .S TORE SHAW & KEE TE R FORD H OWA RD JOH NSO N MC The funds don She Homecoming hies, Homecomi decoration trophil cted were used Sweetheart Con ng Parade float ONE R.AN T OTO R LOODG E to secure trophies for test, Gotor Growl trocompetition and house Our Thinks Ii Behalf Of The Student --Me lody hers of FBK A. WELCOME GRADS TO 6011361 hOODS 3111 0160116G TO -A r109r (f c~aution must hs *uundiedfi ln mversgt y Mgalent. emh.irking on the blazer life This path leads down-hill. tsrtortaily speaking, if the authentic blazer as leckang arrompanmmenhs of equally sound Itaditton Such are ahown Nag n itIrau 13 Wesi Univernity Avenue .F,. -aS a &tz~ 8

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nrw I Honor Court Khrushchev 50 Years Old This weekend the I!F's Honor SystPni will officially be one -half century old. In an executive proclination signed Itsf week by Qov. Farris Bryant, Oct. 16th was designated to commemorate the adoption of the honor System by the entire student bxxdy in 1914. The System ns first used by the senior law School class, and wIS soon adopted by other professors for trial In their classes. The establishment of the Honor :ourt was the result of a cor.laete overhaul 0 the organization .f Student Govcrnment (SC) in 916. The Honor Court at that ine consisted of four representa[ves --one from each class. 'otal enrollment at the Univer-. Bty thle, was 650. Both the Honor System and the lonor Court have undergone 1msoflhnt changes since their con:eption. In Igal, contrary to earlier ,rocedure, criminal trials were nade secret, and the identy of Sohders no laiger ptilished. In 1940 e lecet ion procedures shmnged and the CIerk oftth onor :ourt wi. elected from the student aody at large instead of from the court membership. The purpos ,tted at the time was to avoid all political divisions withIn the court itself. Today the Honor Court is headed by a Chancellor, elected by the student body, who serves as trial judge. He is aided by a clerk who keeps records of the cas.s Sixteen justices elected from each college oncampuls investigate awldpresent cases before the Court. An attorney general is appointed to represent thestwdent body, along with a chief defense counsel who represents the defendant. The chancellor, attorney general and chief defense counsel are required to be law students-. if taoud guilty of an Honor Court violation, a student may be sentenced to penalty hours or sawpension fromi the University. Kin I S I I TALLAHASSEE (UPI) -Goy. Parri. Bryan said 'Thursday that 1/4srtln Luther King brought violence to St. Agustine and he yfbuld not hais voted the Negro civil rights le ade r the Nobel Peace Prise had he sat on the Nobel nominating committee,. "Dr. King di not bring peace to Florida," Bryant told hi. news Conference. "He wis a hindrance to law aid order.", The seeds of trouble wer, then, the governor added and Klig 'eed St. Airastir,. to dramatize his "struggle." "There was violence there, due in part to his activities." Bryant added that ardent segregatIonists likewise decided to make St. Au-gustine a battleground. "A battleground Is not peace fiti," be said. On another sibject, Bryant said failure of the Southern Governor'8 Conference to adopt a resolution by Goy. George Wallaceof Alabama aImed at giving states sole control over their public schools is not grounds for getting rid of the ''unanimous consent'' rule of the conference. Under this rule, no resolution can be brought up without the unanimous consent of all governors attending the conference. Bryant was chairman of the conference am! he favoredthe Wallace proposal. He told his news conference only one vote was cast against the proposal, but reporters covering the conference saidthree votes were cast against it. Nilcita S. Khrushchev YVE TTE CARDOZO Staff Writer The switch of Soviet leaders will probably not mean a change in fundamentalSovietpolicy toward the United States. This was the opinion expressed by Dr. .J.W. Spanier, professor of political science upon hearing the news of Nikita S. Khrushchev's reitirement. 'The change from Khrushchev to LOOnId 1. Brezhnev isn't going to be as startling as the one from Stalin to Malerikov and then to Khrushchev," Spanier said. Spanier said personalities would probably not make a difference at this point. "Soviet foreign dud domestic policies are pretty much set," be continued. "Soviet leadership today has to meet certain condilions. It has to respond in certain ways no matter who is head.'' Spanler cited the issue of nuclear weapons and domestic relations as examples. Russian policy toward nuclear weapons will not become belligerent because of the change, he said. Leonid Brezhnev MIKE GODDARD Staff Writer Dr. Irving Goffin, assistant professor of Economics, said last night that the "retirment"' of Soviet Prnier Nikita Khrushchev will have no long-run effects upon our market relationship with Russia, or upon our own market. "This is certainly a sudden development," he said. "It will affect the stability of our relationship with the Soviet Union in that we are accustomed to Khrushchev,. We had a degree of predictability with him; he was provenasuccessEu! leader with a degree of moderatiun.' "This will affect the status quo since Khrushchev's agriculhire policies were weak. This change Is likely to provide their internal economic developments with more funds, perhaps by tak-. ing some from otl.'r areas such as the military,. Gotfnman said that perhaps we will see a stronger policy between new R us s ian leaders and the Chinese Communists concerning their ideological differences. ** U.S. No WASHINGTON (UP!) -U.S. authorities said yesterday that replacement of N 1k It a Khrushchev as Soviet Premier and Communist party boss did not appear to foreshadow any early change In Soviet policy'. They warned, however, that it eouid hane long range repercussions because of the vast disarray in the world Commungst camp. II was pointed out that Khrushchev bequeathed his successors a titamec st ruggle with Red China on the cv, of 'ts entry isto the nuclear age, a multitude of economic problems within Russia and tmm grin retlessness in the hitherto solid East European These explosive Issue% made it extremely dangarrmcn.o,.,. ~.Officials See Policy Changes Sea vI& atiuji r+ itu Tu replace him, r. Committee eltdi t lieutenants. -Leonid fIrezhn v, whY first secretary of the party and thus the miou S orif man in Russia. -Alexel Kosygiri, who w chairman of the Council \Un isters, or Premier. A front page announc& n, i Friday morning editionite mnunist party organ Privdis new Soviet regime was al to the policies of Khi ush( hey The official announcemInt tbA came in the middle of thr g while a wave of tumors *hout th government shakeup swtptttroog Moscow said Khrushchev had aske to be relieved. The reason "il advanced age and deterior itione his health' Khrushchev is 7o bu he had appeared as full as Lxuno as ever and showed nE signs physical wear and tsar. In the capitals and chancelleries of the world the news that Khrush chey was out came as shock Even the foreigii diplomatic corp in Moscow, usually alert to th slightest shift in Kremlin politics confessed surprise. Although surprised, most diplo mats saw the Soviet shift as th result of his failure to solve Rus sit's mounting tide of problem at home and abroad. Butithey fore. saw no immediate major changer in Soviet policy toward the West One United States diplomat sak it was a change of persotiltis not a change of policies. Khrushcher's he m .n y c them saved from the terror ci Josef Stalin by Khrushchev, r not expected to turn bick thi roII tical clock to despotism. Klirushchev had been first party we re tary since 1953 when Stilii lird, He took the premiership in lj5H To all appearances Ktrudt I bowed out peacefully, and It w expected that be would be divit a generous government penslol to live on quietly for the rest ci his life. A ce rt a int y was that Khrlsh chev's disappearance from t Moscow government stene wil be welcomed in Peking, wheic Re Chinese officials have demanded his ouster as the price for nego tiations aimed at healing the bre>c between Red China and the SvieUnion. Khrushchev's angry tirides against the Communist (hnapparently had carried him pist th= point where he could be recor< il with them. Humphrey Says Maybe If he can fit a trip to I F into his. schedule I,> ni' vlce-presidentl I can1!date Hubert H. Humphte, il speak here, according to 1O president J., Waynw Reitz. Art invitati to speak it T F befor, the election was e" tended by Reitz to both vitepresidential canidates. "We've received aCkflC" 1A.wn.* w.m *h. nemo-

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Campus Gets Set For Homecoming THE S TAGE or, rather, the show in the world, and some 40 by Vernon Barchard) Evet FRIDAY, stadium is set tar Gator Growl, the ,000 people are expected to lam into Schedule OCTO BER 16 Swimcopades; University Pool 4:45 -7:45 P. M.Florida Blue Key Banquet; Main Floor, Florida Gymnasium 5:00 -7:30 P. M.Mortar Board Ladies Buffet; Student Service Center 6:30 -8:00 P. M. Pre-Growl; Florida Field 8:00 P.M. -10:00 P.M. 32nd Annual Gator Growl; Flarida Field SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17 7:45 A.M. -9:15 A.M.Professional Fraternity Breakfasts Legal Fraternity Breakfasts Delta Theta Phi -University Inn Phi Alpha Delta -University Cafeteria Phi Delta Phi -Holiday tinn 8:30 A.M. -6:00 P.M. University of Florida Showcase; Plaza of Americas (not open during game) 8:30 A. -10:30 A.M. Alumni Reunion; Paza of Americas 10:00 A.M. -1 1:30 A.M. Swimcopades; Uni versi ty Pool 10:00 A .M. -12:00 NOON Soccer (Florida vs. FSU) Florida FIeld adjacent to University Avenue 10:30 A.M. -1 1:30 A.M. John Morshell Bar Association Skits; Law School 11:00 A.M. -1:30 P.M. Alumni Barbecue; Florida Gymnasium 2:00 P.M. -4:30 P. M. Florida vs. South Carolina; Florida Field 8:30 P.M. -12:30 P.M. Homecoming Ball, The Hub, SUNDAY, OCrOBER 18 8:30 A .M. -10:30 A .M. Student Rebigious Center; Sponsored Breakfasts UF largest all -student it tonight. (Photo Food Fixes Ke) As a house w ife prepares for we.'kend guests, so [UF Pood Sotvice also has a shopping list aid menu plans for the Florida B8uw Key Bnaquet. The banqiwt begins this evening at 4:45 in the Florid, Gymnasium. An average housewife may spend a few a mntstinn abouta dinner's menu and an hour or so preparing It. H oweve r, several months of consideration and over .4 hours of actual preparation g into the planning, Cookliw, and banquet accordng toGyI.WI born. I'F F-ood Servicr director,. %Logntains of poaton, more than a half-ton of beef.,i.1dgallons of coffee will be consumed by Lh' expected d 90.00 mebeS ,alumni. mi*dstngi hJ gust. >iItae.LbIa a4t til hoinora: iT&oUL. will hold supper in the Student S.'rs I ter ( lIuh) beginning it IlighliIghtinrg the Morta bantltkt is Virginia Mae firstI wu mnan membnher of th* A pre-Crowi show Int'l pe rally beginning ii 6.3' presentations of the new coming swnethetri 3nd Mm .a Lalk by Florida Supremi Justice Stephen C. O'Con the 50th AnnIversary of Honor System, and must number of state high schoo Student talent, frig sorority skits, and colors works will brighten the atmosphere, and the pros p i r it v a r i t y -h o w h i g i j at 8 p.m. In Florida Field. Raleigh W.GrvvneJr.,c of Florida Council oft 10O,Is of cereinoiies for the t~ pI ogram,. Gator Growl will encom,. --eparat blnt art--andf' Skits will be presented b~ Delta P1, Delta Phi Epil. Zeta Thu Alh. sororities Thu Delta i Phi 1Cp fraternities. The tal.nt number,, un direction of Rick Griner, fr(,m folk singing to danc. to various Instrumentals. tion, th. Women's and Met Clubs will sing. Homecoming sweetheart H. Arliskas, 3E I, a Z. Alpha r nm Cl-. rar-te Arliskas is sponsored b~ No fraternity. Members court are (.1rolyn Aimr* Mc 4Et) from WillIston, 4n To tomipitte this spte4a Keys'rs C an "finish (Jtf" w fee. Ac orrlilg to WeII,,rn. I wil I t transprted from iih teria to the gym in five Itr. ka evjuipped with hot to taiilI. Atbrnt 2Op rrnonriel-set-up people aznd ciean.u pieaid In producing iii,. ba whirh represents the large ject of F cid Service Invol sedd m.al, weiborn sid. T.iinety fraternity pledge wait on the tables at the b~ ie4 silverware and normally not In USt. tIb coffU COntitllS, itd a p glasses will be taken from for the o casion said wi as heglit lhiomoiing b tl'vities e "i-tcu tirmorrow. .\Ipha lh ppa Psi ,fmtlI brILInkSS rriterity wtl) fituirt Sbulflet Ntpr.' etag L'e I rede rick ii. i r I ee Cen-s ,peakr. i5 "'m Legail fr.t0 rtut y b r'eakfatnt s Boaz.J speakers will tie: 1Ph1 Delta Phi, B rowtn, Jat ks. IVIL I Mayor ta ydon fu ris; eInterPhi A lpth Delta, Justice HictharIt till F. Erxvin of th. tte' Supreme udes aCourt; Delta Theta Phi, Attornwy o p.m., Qeosral -.4ect Earl FalrcIoth. HomeAlumni Reunioli Progranibegn r'.I F, at 8: 31 a.mn. wharn returni nj alumnii eCourt may register in their particular nnell Oil college Ntottion the Pit., aof Amewthe U F teas lawn. cby a Booths will be set t4p be each lbands. college. A $100 scholarship Will :srnitybe presented to the colleg, with ii firethe highest percentage of ky, the registered alumni. 'The anard football will be presented by Willlam H. 1hts the Cnny, president of UP Alumni UIF Pres. .1. Wayne Roitl. will airman welcom, the alumni andCoach Ray mn seer Graves will be the feature speaker wo-hoir on the alumni progra.m. The second Swimneapaid. pro12s gram begins at 10 a.mn. in the '--kits. Uni'-rs-ty PoolyAljta Florida-Florid. Stat. Univereli, .ud shty soccer teams will compete on sDelta the field adjacent to Ulniverlhly pa Tau Avenue at lo p.-. John Marshall Bar Associatiot, der the (JMBA) skits will be presented range on the law school Lawli. Natlwnai routlins and ,itate ofticijig and polltlcians ii .kdiwill bfeatured in satire a-JMBA n'a Glee members stage ''mad wan th. Year that Wag." T11 performance is is Mat y open to all. I., r,.u The alumni barbeqw. will be r. Miss h-idI In Flo: Ida Gym-tulum it I ySiicma ,.mn. The harheiw. is sponsored of her by th. Alumni A .cirat iwi ii ton ,Ion-ll, lUrwtionl with F lorud. fliw Kty. d Bietty Fu110d Svrvicu Is In charge of the -arng.'meits I-lurid,, (ator,% meet tbe south Cioln,. (,anecorks on Florida I eldi at 2 p.mi. The homecoming ~ sw,.,theart and hwr court will be presented at hal-time and will in turn present trophIes to the winthers of the house decoratlonw, float, sind G ato r G ro wl skit contents. Mrs. UF. will nil with the Ilomeromlng Courtonthe sidslit,. during Iii. ge. I, BI"W Inter-lil Cou.cll will present liii 200 i Homecomlng Bail tomorrow night of tofat s:3O p.m. In the [tub. Tb. Sweetheart and her court will be he food presented. e ae-comin weekend will b e the reak Mr 'if.sts is' the indlivlduai r iglous center, Sunay morning. cooks, of atuiui $3,0 nd te woNt o up peoaboud 2,500 people In various e.zqued, partments, according to Reobert ii prohorwood Gay III, 4LW of Jackving soovill. Plans for Homecoming began la.t AprilGay said.'Homcomng s will reqwires almost year-round plananquet. 11)11." he said. G ainstviile police fofewtil piat., practically dwub. today durIng the cloths, parade anid Growl. .ccoflIMg to ecial Capt. W.W. (Bill) NeweL. T1he storag. regular day and cat shift will .iborn. worn together daring Mhs.ewsst. Highway pmatrolmen will be an See Page 20 For More News A bout H omecoming

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1' \ >4~' -~ OPINIGN EDIrORIAL: S1, H ( IOmeeunITOg1 l The spirit of Homecoming is a spirit which cannot be equaled anywhere. It means many things to many people. To students it mean. the biggest football game of the year; the biggest parties of the year; working many nights decorating the camp.; working many month. in advance preparation; aid much more. To alumni, homeoomiqg means an adventure in nostalgia, seeing olri friend., seeing a beloved campus agaIn, watching a fine football Lean, in acting, and bringing back memories which are beyond value. To th, city of GaInesville, homecoming is the grandest time of the year. A parade dwn Unlversity Avenue, banners decorating thme streets, and an air about th, town which equals Times Square on New Year's Eve; that's flat we all expect from Gain.vIlne at thIs time of the year. No other university can boast an event like Gator Growl, a veritable "convetiw9" otth. state'. ieadtwgpolciticaiu, a banquet wbich throtch lt& history has featured some of th. great men of dhe cotutry as lts speakers, a 1octba11 game with spirit galore, the most beatlfiully decorated campuin In the. South, and so much more, all in one weekend. We like Homecoming; it offers something for everyone; and we want to take this opportunity to thank the literally thousands of people who -u so much time into making it the memorable event that it I. The University of Florida's Homeconingw is the. largest oe. in the nation which I. run entirely by students. As you otaerve the eampia this weekend, look at the fine decoratIons at the frnternity ho,., sorority hlames, a.d dormMttes. Months of pannngn lay behind each scheme. Although much work is Involved for everyone, Homecoming is an event which is almost witorgetable. None have ever thought that the work was not well worthwhile. Atrm .11 the planning and work I. over, an air of joy and light hearts ftIl the air, With the approach of th. big weekend of the year, student. seem literally to forget the books in favor of the ft. of the. weekend, and we thilr* that's good. We think that the students of this University work hard aid deserve a weekend like Homecoming.Thlit UnIversity ii constantly Improving academIcAlly. Th. students are forced to meet the tew scholastic standard., and it is greatly tothelr credit that they can stage an extravaganza such as Homecoming, wit), all the work Involved. Each year the studies become more difficult, yet Homecoming becomes bier with each passIng year. Rigger Homecomings mean more work, yet somehow the students Of this University consisbantly manage to stage the best and biggest homecoming In the nation, without hurting the academic average of thme school. in. Alligator would like to congratulate the entire student body on staging such a line show. It I. our sincre hope that the spirit of Homecoming 1964 will never be forgotten by the shidents or by the thousands of visitor, and alumni who will fill our campus this weekend. The e Florida A LGLI GTORA Served by United Prwss international E ditor. ....................Waliker Lundy Managing Editor. .........*Joti Gaston Executive Editor. ..........Roo Spencer Assistant Managing Editor. .......Nancy Brachey Assistant Managing Editor. ...........Dave Berkowitz Editorial Page Editor. .......Jim Hammock Sports Editor. ..........Glenn Laney City Editor. .......* ..kip Ha'stser Campus Living Editor. ....Jackie Cornieltus Editorial Assistints -Bruce Dudley. Tosa 1ev1,w, Jim Castello. Ann Carter. Don Federmmn. Donita NI uhison, Sim Ullman, Ernie Liti (Circulation Mnger), Star Kuip LCar toonist. Reporters -Ed Barber (Tigert Hall Beat Chief>. Patti Pit, (Statest Governaent Beat ChiecA, Jff Kohl,,, Bob Goltb. Joe Walen, Sharon Kelley. Yvette Cardozo. Eumice Tall, Frank Shepard, Is. Alexander, Apnes Fowles, Fran Snider, Thelma Minsman. Bill Sadoweki. Marjorie Green. Eviin Langbein. Da'id KEsmedy, Mariyn Bflcklin. Liz Brewei, Grytchen VandenBerg. DaviS Rapes, Terry Rogers, Stat. Hhiback, Joan Gaston, Pam Urow. .Jeffrey fl.,*ewslier. Dick Dhonis. Seven;s Faber. Dick CLYDE Clyde Hope Comes Home DON GROOMS CIumsst v ad It's homecoming week In Gainesvile, ai Clyde Hope is coming home,. Along with the other American statesmen like Strom Thurmond, Hsjdtc Burns, Furls Bryant and Ken Kend,'' Clyde Hope will be campaigning for votes. For those who aren't aware of It, Clyde Hope says, "Our only hope is Clyde Hope.' The big thing Clyde will plug this weekend I. his choice of cabinet members. Mr. Hope says LBJ .id A Goldwater both have all outmoded method of .GROOMS choosing cabinet members. For example, Goldwater would make Richard Nixon secretary of state, Gov. Scrantw, for secretary of labor, and probably Robert Welch secretary of defense. Johnson would probably go with Dean Husk, MacNamara and the rest of the present crew. Clyde Hope, however, takes a more realistic approach to the problem. For secretary of the treasury we need a man who understands finance. Who, understands finance better than Bobby Baker? For secretary of commerce, who understands interstat, commerce better than Jimmy Hoffa of the 'Teamster's Union? When a man like Walter Reuther can gouge a ridiculous contract out of Ford, Chrysler aid General Motors. ..irnaglne what he could goqge ott of Russia, Red China and Cuba' Rethber flor secretary of state. There must be a place somewhere in our government rot Billie Sol Estes. His talents for skullduggery should not be wasted In a jail cell. Since BillIe Sol made his career out of flee c I ng farmers, It's obvious that he understands their problems. Clyde Hope would make Billie Sol secretary of agriculture. Under Clyde Hope, the Supreme Court would be elIminated. herr's no use pay lng nine men to do what Martin Luther King Jr. could do all by ldmself. King wnul4 replace the Supreme Court and we'd never again have to worry bout five-four votes, minority repxrts atnd ing deiiber.,tions. King wouldn't eld all thit cftice space, so It could be converted Into i Mel c Cent e-. Th. biggest problem facing CIyde Hope, In relation to the cabinet posts Is the Jusuce Department. Instead of a sIngle Attorney General. Clyde Hope would ippotnti Troika composed of Bull Connor of Blrmninghinm. Roy Wilkins of the NAACP, and Robert Welch of e Bso bu httlg e other the would' have time to bug the people.e o nt One other notable appointment Clyde Hnp. would make is the ambassador to South Viet Nun. George Lincoln Rockwell of the Amerlin Nazi Party already has an army and no place to flgbt. Malcolm K of the Black Nationalists Rockwel and Malcolm X as ambassadorst Vlet NWm then sit back and watch our troubles SOther Clyde Cabinet members will be appointed as people prove themselves outstanding enough to merit appointment. E DITO RS DESK Don't Miss A Thing WALKER LUNDY Editor Homecoming, 1964. The weekend Is ahead for some 80,000 visitors as well as for the UF student body. Homecoming. There's no other weekend like It. As a senior, we feel like a veteran of Homecoming celebrations, and we're loOklng forward to this one like a beer-happy freshman. The only advice we can give a first-timer I. don't miss a single thing. See the parade, the swim CqSd@,, pie-Growl, Growl, the 1aw --skits tomorrow morning, and, oh, don't forget the Get t Grow eary if ,,oa wn a seats. Even pan. Is not TOUO early. Dress warmly no matter wh.t the temperattire is when you leave. Florida Field gets cold at Mlght especially when you're LU NOVng high in the stands. L U NDYlat's all the advice we've got, except try to stay sober so you'll remember everything. MflDNIGHT MUSINGS -The campus noice did an excellent job watch-dogging the student side of the field before the Ole Miss gami. CObject was to stop the flow of alcohol (nL' thr si medium. We think it's a good Idea; the CUPa wert JUSt Onl the wrong side of the fiel.-* .1 legislativee Council people jumped S 0 retar y of Legislative Affairs Mift Edwrd. Seems he's trying to DC someLn an ~y'n not used to actions.heat Goldwater Niny yesteay clas. ii seem Goldwater decided not to go tO Europe a4.< the election. He's afraid be'll go off the CdF of the world., ~(K mI.,-----__.--_--ar ~7 A C 6 c HC OUT HC IN

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So phista Excitement with iewspaipeus. title MIs. Mu iv \rlpsk, hidl o.r an jm h wis tai txc ited to hv wphIst~teuIe. Mary, I), wis ehosn frm 81 grl' to Ne Ont If the thrie flhLalists in the contest, md was r owledi Sat. it the Old Miss game. She wIl reign over IF Fiomncoming activities this week. Mary is krowm as '"Skunk'' to her friends because or the wlh te lock off hiat at th e lh.ck of her head. "It's a birthmark'" Msry said, "'md the name 'Skunk' suited the situation just fint'', When Mary called her parents In Clearwater to toil them the good news, her mother's first reaction was ''how are your grades'' and warned her not to get a big head over the contest. Mary gets a big kick out of people's reactions to her since slhc got the title. Monday night when the sandwich she had ordered from Alan's Cubana came, the delivery boy tumbled around, looked at her sheepishly, congratulated her, blushed and ran into the door jam. At Silver Springs, the judges asked Mary what she thought to be the hardest part of the conk St. "it's over," she replied, ". .getting out of bed this morning." Mary did not panic again until her name. was announced as queen. "All I could think of was, 'how on earth will I ever get up on that rickety little phdDee Miller. last year's Homecoming Queen, told Mary to stop shaking when she put the crown on her head. "'Zollie was great,'" Mary reflected, "He vaithed over us diligently, reassured u., and did everything to help.'' Sharon Testy, Miss UF, who coordiiated the contest in Silver Springs, gave the girls another helping hand. "She knew what it was like on the stage,' Mary said. "She sat there during the whole thing and made laces to make us laugh.,,' RADIOS HOME & AUTO PHONOGRAPHS COLLEGE RADIO SHOP 817 W AVE. or Is that Is Too Much '''C *~ r~. N' mF i 'l 'iiet. mIe I lihiumii n t's t whole thmu Wi wouuint anes 01p mur h Ir; 'l I l Betty arnd Mari did the hut. it the Qutrlgget inn In St. Petersbuig. 'this finy little man Camtie up tad dragged us onto the stag. fletty wss so go&od they tried to keep her. The girls r a k to their motel r.oom aftet the festivities to watch the tapes or'television. Just as the tapes cam.' on, the television went on the blink ,rid 1he trio watched a fuzzy picture with no sound at all. "The photographers in Siver Springs were am~ig,'Mar addd. 'n te cont o the we were %upposed to stand on our tm's. puill In our stomachs aid effervesce.' Mary w is given scrub board and towel and told to get into the water up to h.*, neck. *"Just smile, effervesce and pretend you ane scrubbing thattowel" thephotographerordered. "Be domestic." On Oct. 5, the three girls ',erved coffe, at a Florida Blue Key reception In the lorida Union. "Something happened to the coffee pat, and we couldn't turn I off. Carolyn gut coffee ill over her dress, and there Is still a big stain on the floor of Johnson Lounge." 'The girls were chaperoned by /.oll., MI. Manarb Jr an ris wile, Kathy, during the "My mother thought we would be traveling with a couple of little old ladies, so she polished the teapot for our arrival.'' Maynard, a senior In poitical science, wasn't exactly a little "Id lady. Mary said the winner of the contest was just matter of opinion. l'Th prettiest girls don't win. It's Just the way you hit tire judges :st a ccrtamn momvant,,.' smid the 5-foot 7-inch green-eyed junior, Mary, a transfer from Florida Stat. tUnversity, Is majoring Inelementary education. She Is a Little Sister of Minerva for Sigma Alpha Epsilon, but was sponsored by Sigma Nu In the contest. A UTO Socialism WI ''Ultrjls the United States re.verses its trend toward 'welfare state' socialism, it Is finished as a world powr' d.,clared f'lorida Rep. George H. Staijings .1 JacksonvIlle Wedaissdlay light. ot aps la uin will sure y u beour ft,' .lirgs said to at, audience of 18 Young American. for Freedom ariStudent, rot Goidwiater at the Florida Tin Auditorium". In his sp.'ch Stallings describedi the birth and growth of socialism in the United Statps. Stalling. Is the representative who introduced the Florida bill requit'r~ AU1O I c-i'sm versus coniiuii course in ptblic ,chool,. QThe birth ofAeia %olls Society. 'It's alumni'' Stalling,. said, "are now in k e y positions of government, church and education LOANS VT" fur/ 'F I Members S if~f. --. Le ad To Fall around Amerlca Inflw'rcing 'N Amerliwa peope.' According to Stailtins, these "ajuni"i' have ,.urrounded the last five UnIt.d Stats, presidents. The result, he .td. is that few int.iIige ni pol le. h 'v. come out of Washintn durIng the ya'tt this. decades. "Thi. vlrun of socialIsm it a d1.se of intellectual., not of stated "Peogile ismIlir to most Ameriu all. have hewn part of this So"aj"tIt' rmoyempft." flisp people Included wriers U~pton Sincla~r aMJaklgndn lwer Clarenc. Harrow, educator nothing of the threat of socIalIsm."' Stalliqssaid. H. considered a "thoroqgh bowsecleanhrw the only hope. "it Is vnanditory that we repse the liberal element with men of .un Ilttell,.nic." h. .ts ted. "We ne.d a flew set of leaders." Stalirgs commented that lin the eyes of Urhs liberal press he mIht be seen as a right wisg extremist. Blut he pisefers to think of himself -s an old Ishboned cocttttioca] 1st. for Queen s MARY ARLISKAS UNIVERSI TY SPORTSMEN'S CYCLE CENTER 617 N. Main St. SUZUK I Soles & Service PLAY GR IDIRON IG RE ENBA CK S Every Sunday In The G5aincsviIlc Sun $100 CASH AWARDED Each week Aini Faculty twig aaya: -, or

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The A lli g ator Report ------~4 ~ ~ K> S R ~.' V Dislikes TrimestE ED BARBES Staff We her "More disadvantage, than advantages. ..too much pressure. ..rat race," Is how UFP Pm.J. Wayne Rlltz summed up the trtnmester system. "'Personally." Heltz stated, "I gee far more thsadvantages thin Doalta Idathison Staff Writer The trimester system has failed to reach either of it. two preconceived goals, according to Dr. Gordon Blackwell, president of FTheoreticallpln facIlities would ta. better utilized and the trimester would help students graduate faster," Blackwell said. Blackwell explained that, In raliy thes go.h o e 'Only 50 per cent of the students In the fanl registered for summer session. We expcted itto incrase by ten per et n It id' he said. Re added the other assumptions was that students would carry more hous in coe s and there'The average load of hours a trimester has decreased,"' lelEsme o the bnftwhn they work less." Re noted that students and faculty ,t FSU have tried to make the trintr work, adthe stwets$ down and work. "sororities, fraternitIeS, and club, on campus have cui down their actlvtttes,"' he said. Blackweil explained that the faculty generally favored the trimester system. In comparison Dear Mr. Legislator, fellow students, alumni and other visitors: Homecoming La a time for revelry and hearty handshakes and get--tn-gethers with old friends. It's a Urns for Joy and not a time for anything that might warrant deep coats mplation. Homecoming weekend i. .wsll, it's HomecomIig weekend. For the staff of 'Th. Alligator, It Is the end of several weeks of concentrated work: trips across the state, long distance telephone calls, much l eg -wo rk around the campus, and many after-midnight brain-storming sessions. The eight pqges you are entering are, we feel,. one of the most extensive studies of the trimester ever made by a group of students. PMr. Legislator, It was done for you, as well as for the student body, alumni and the other visitors to our campus this weekend. Please do not shrug your shoulders and throw It away. Read It and consider what the people Interviewed have to say. We talked to everyone from the governor to the administration to the faculty to the students. Their opinions on the trimester are included here. If you do not have time to read it this Weekend, put It In your pocket and read It when you get home Sunday. The AII~gntnr has Inclurded nev ocninn hut its hr Plan I see advantages to the trimwater system. 'Howener," he stressed, "as long -s nehave it, it is the official position of the UiP; and both Uh. siwdent body and faculty .111 try to do the vory lust of our ability to make it work. "I think there ba too much pressure Involved In the trImester system," he contlned," bothfrom the standpolnl of the atudant. and faculty. As such, there is nit .iough time in the educatloal process flor what you mlflt call meditatloc and reflection, which Is an Important part of Isarniw and InteRIectual development.'' Reitx lhen spike of th. two major objective. cf the trimester, better .pac. tilIsatlon .ad assistIng .tadet. Is recelviMg their baccsulsureatedgre. S wne r. "I maintain," Relta emptwuiaed, "that neiher of these otajectli. he. be scdevd As farsusaceo the period from April to Jime, during which tam, we have fewer sladnt. than meer lb. olisystem. d"Wea cii ihve nor. attenli titan we had under lte old summer *nssion," he said, "bSt I feel would have more students eatolied during th. summer than w.'ve been having under the trimester." 14.11* .spintd that as far a. the student recelylpg hi. degr. any wooer, the adminlstratioohas found that, ootheaverqt,students kem 45 hi, would wnder the semestet system. (Continued on Page I4) What's Inside MESSRS. BRYA NT A ND BURNS AND HOLLEY Page II s H I Reitz SSytem Faled Has5 Says S

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C Cartoons Show Politician, Student Opinions //1 4 SUN 0 jid r~Q~ enough t,,fla Jo everything ~5> zt-Jtz rt~ I K 73 Per Cent Interviewed FSU Faculty Report Hits System (EDITOrPS NOTE: Last year, the American AssocIatIon of University Professors at Florid. State University conducted an extensive survey on the trimester system and Its effects at flU. Comments from 473 professors --over '13 per cent of the faculty-were considered by th. committee that drew up the fin.! 21-page report. The professors, almost without exception, heavily criticized the trimester. calling (Continued from Poge 9) students, In particular, we re dimnatisfled with the trimester yutem. "Our best sttdeats aredissatlsfled because they feel cheated in the courses they .rc taking," he said. "Areas of skill such as music, are particularly difficult because of the lack of time. "Poor student, don't like th e trimester because they, find it more difficult to pans,"he added. Bbackwell said cobslderable apathy exists among the mass of studets. "Many would like alongvacatlon and frankly say so," he said. Dlackwell said be thoqgM enrollmmnt In the suwmwr will latrinse In two or three years became of th. higher number of .stidnSa seeking admittance. "'me pressure of number. will be qasa thee," he said. "iber. all votemowbtalldngs for etrdllmanteSnd now hane to tall inane students they can come only l the winter and spring." it a "harried, frantic rat-race." The report was almost six months in preparation and 5z one of the most extenslv. doneoc the siecd. 'Te Alligator reprints ssweral important sections of the lagthy report here.) Unfavorable comments trimester settled in six catagories: "--trimester operation oii the ima jor fails to by saying each allows the sam. amount of time to complete a given amount of work or course load. "But the quarter system would not Involv, forcing a c ert a in amount of work into agiven amount of time,'' he said. "The trimester is not as bad as some people say it is," he said. "There are some important advantages in a rapidly growing state like florida but the trimester Is not the most desirable answer. I don't know the answer." Blackwell said be hoped there will be enough adjustment to protect the integrity of our educational offerings whil, using facilIties as much as possible for the ultimate benefit of the taxpayer. "We must 'a. buildings all year but net have watered-dtwit courses." he said. He added that zo proper balance of these objectIves hav, been obtaljwd-. "I do regret that no objective study has been made so we can be sure of our points of diew,'' provide for assimilation, reflection, digestion, maturation --it short, the education provided has no depth,. "-trimester course cannot be the equivalent of a semester course. A decrease inthe student's course load and a decrease in the amount of material given in a course Is imperative. '--the increased pressure under trimester operation has resulted In lower quantity and quality of student output. --under the trimester system there is less time for faculty re-earch and creative-work. "--'There Is in cr eas ed cx-.haustion .and fatigue under th. trinester operation, accompanied by a prevailIng attitude among faculty and students that education and teaching have been reduced to a harried, frantic rat-race. ''--trimester operation forces students to neglect reading and thinking.' "On the basis of our experience with the trimester system, we believe that the ratlonallzntion for the trimester was based. in part at least, on a faine idea--the idea that it is possible (and even desair abl e) for a majority of s tude ntis to speed ip their education, resulting in less calendar time spent in college. "We do not belIeve that anyon, can seriously sweport the thesis that the same quality and quantity the point. We can'adjust'toalmost anything. The question is: have we helped or hurt the educational process of the university?" The trimester system as practiced on this campus (FSU) since September, 1962: "-does not carry the legislative inte nt, but rather adds to the financial burden of the student: more students have to go longer (more trimesters) to complete their .mrk under reduced course loads. "--is detrimental to the education, growth and intellectual maturity of the individual student. "--gives voice to the fallacy that education is to be equated with the number of minutes that Student spends in class. "--d eba s es the intellectual atmosphere of the university as a community of scholars." "This committee and the faculty In general support the idea of year-roond operation of the university plant. Also they support the idea of providing opportunity for those students for whom it Is educationally advisable toobtain degree In less than four years. This provision should not be made in such a way that the education of the majority of students is not cheapened." "--year-ound operation of university should be realized Instititing at the earliest possl dato(no later thanseptemberjl9 a calendar of two full semest ruining from Sept. 1 to May with an extended summer sess ruining from approximately 15 to approximately Aug. 20. "Uf a full schedule of (our is offered in the summer sessl this would allow for the sa acceleration in obtaining .'degr for those who can profit by as is available under thetrimews system, and would eliminate educationally undesirable ffie that exist under the trimnestertp In which every term for Cvstudent Is pressurized. "--a prolonged study of operation of the present trimes system ought not to be jwdertk The system was lpstituted severe pressure, without prOs time for preparatiOn. I Inadequate study, and 'V Inadequate financial support, system-wide mnter-the-fact ,tW seems likely to yield little In way of positive results. This *wI be Indeed a strange fly to CO'i experImentatIon to find a betl way of doiwg something. "--if w.ears forced to lIve w the trimester for more than m acaemic yer. hfollow Steps should betakentfmcdiate '"1. Maximwn course lOad5 all but exceptional students sho be reduced to 15 semester ho' or four full-time academic COW" per trimester; OR "Credit for trimester COur? Should be redOid from standard of S to 2, the amOd" material in tft aorme should reduced accordingly, and the Le Blackwell Wh BLa FSU Pro sa Abou T1rmestr--Pag 12y

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-'fWflSS Gubernatorial Approaches Burns Change Edected RON SPENCER Executiv. Editor Jacksonville Mayor Hi y to n BURnS, Democ ratic nominee for governor, is somewhat less than enthusiastic aboujt the current trimester system, and envisions some change being made If and when he is elected governor. "'I'e referred to the trimester system as a noble experiment,, Burns told Alligator reporters In a news conference In his 14th story downtown JacksonvIlle office. "I think it has had fair trial, We gave It i tr y.", Burns reels the trimester Is presently failing as an approach to year-round higher education oraton. Burn (ts not dr t in altering the system, however. "The matter of educational programs should originate with said."hetrimetesstemn dd not originate in such a manner,' he nted, "but rather was coman appropriation bill, making It null and void unless the trimester approach was accepted.' Burns favors looking "to the educators'' for a solution to the current problem. He repeatedly stressed his opinion thit he was not an expert himself on higher education and that he believes in allowing the professional educators wide latitude in the formation of policies. "There are many facets to our education other than the formality of textbook and classroom Instruction,'' the mayor said."The usurping of all the time into one aspect of academic process has taken Its toll of a well-rounded maturity." he reflected. "The original objective of the trimester system," said the mnn who has served as Jacksonville's mayor since 1949, was "to make year-round usage of plant facilitIes.' This, he asserted, "can be achieved."' ''The question is what toll it takes to achieve It." "'ft hasn't worked," Burn,, emphasized. "I envision some change in the present system by next September if the educators make recomnmendation to me," said Burns. If elected governor in Nov. Burns claims IhaM the flrst assignmerit he will make to the Board of Control or the Board of Regents (which ever board exists at that time) upon his inarguratton next spring till be that of Immedlate stwdy or report on the trimester system." The Democratic nominee re ferred to the findir.gs of a recent florid. State University (flU) faculty stidygroupreporttng "I th rSV upn 7 pr ent Halley Quality, RCe p ub lit cirdiite (h n U tries I', i nO app.rent MAYOR HAYDON cratic nominee for gay present system if he is Bryant Too Tou WALKER LUNDY TALl AHASSEEs -(.uy. Far, Bryant xbo-lxoohed student administrative complaints t the trimester systemn for'*d much work into too little tU and called the year -roej educational plmn somthing blame your problems on.' BURNS of Jacksonville, ernor, forsees a change Demoin the elected governor in November.Says igh hguhte InTtoria ( ho' ry t, 'shr out the trimtister sy'temi iin usher Ir don't kuiow whether t I, I workIng or tot,' the stat, AOP stari rdbe.a r told All igaito, reported', in i I ecent U riesvill. interview. "I'im ,ot professI',al educator. *' ii,, liwxr, tid p.,ill. ian. I know 11111.atou a lot of things, but nIt l ot tu most things."' There is ni, louit ii hlolley'' m~Ind that Some meIt~thIImus he perfected by whith ihe expindinig .c.,detnIteduj(.tIe)I4 Iined%Of the ,t.te eat, h. nmt.t 'lequaitel y. it's a iuestlon of how,' Hc'll.y, U F law school graduate, s id."'it',, a questlil of finding a method.'' HlbIley Is i tt Iwart' of te tiieste syten. but fee hat whatever the cor! ci course to Trimester For ris ind at too me nd to Bryant, who his bern 'lne of the trimester's foremost supporters since its inc.eptiin three years ago, said, "I enjoy work and I enjoyed college when I went. I've never seen ,. mar, whose mind and time were twing used to their fullest capacity.'' The trimester is often used is I scapegoat for orne's problems, Bryant said, adding that it was humiani nature tot to lool' Inwarid for the reasons. The g'm rnor said 1wtrIgitally Ia vor.d the iuartertSyVstemT w fore ethuc al{rs presented the t ImInester plan. "I went to St h 'I my first ytar unde. the quarter system it Emory Uaiverslty before I transferred to the t'F,'' he said. ''But the educators thought the triImester was better and I support themt." The question of the trimester's degree of success camw up ajid Bryant said some type of yearround educational system would work because it has to work.'' He added. "b. test indicator of the degree of sucQCeS of the trimester system Is the attcadanh e at th. third meterer'.' Figures showed an mnc ease colt summer, Bryant said. "Howewer we are not wed to the trimester system." h. said. tathiev ou goal of ytjrr o* SI) of GOVERNOR BRYANT lvt's full -time to the pursuit their mi axtmum abllilies,'' he ,,tai., Bryant Said he had "idt, Not Students tur what changes would tbe affected In the trimester proframt In Ith. next few yeas. "My hop. hs that is the proIessors become used to yFirrourxd educ.hI,,n that lter, will be less uninformed criticism *na.I more CoUILtructl ye en itti, h EDITOR'S NOTE Ron Spenice r, exerutiv VI .itit and political culumist for lhb Alligator, personally Interviewed Florida'S t wo gulwrnatori candidates for their oplnhimn' or, ti. trimester system. Higher education hais b1*.', a big thstie in recent I lorid. jplitlcaI camipaIgra, .nd mu' h emptasis has been plo *.d on lh. feasibility or drslr.,btlit y of "ontlsruing Ihi, tI:lmnter approach to y'ar-.irouiid opratiui. Maryor Hurns, the Demioc til numine', I h.1 Ihged lih, trimester .ystemn'% worth during the spring [)ymqc ratli< primary. Differ Mayor Sees I Elect N r r ftflD If tresses Economy $ uk., some $1Ime mnit slips. in oiler I,, 'gi'. the thing a chance,'' lie tv 'is r y ing lbh. tri mrst,'r sd otetituitg it, uitltus md until Ilrida estittattirs cm. up with fujm. tther Idea merting trlil. It is his opinib i that some system must lefinIt.'ly bN .tabllshcd In lh hth. pr sing keld. of higher etititou it Florid. ciin be met. Ilowevir, hie Is riot cert.In that lihi im, on yii a romrtid trnme'st,'r "f h $ Ittiversity system in rii ust lie enlsrged,"' Hloury tid. '"Thei C li he ntt doutt t'iit this.'' I. zualifteulhis -itAtrmen, hwv.'r, by *nmphasiting hItu'lhllevi v.,'have ii .mIntiti umlit y. h(OllIy id thit tihe baqic Idea ,,htind the ,ow-tam,,u. Mu'lld Itprt on higher ectn wi the F lorida second., ry syttemi ettj. .t iin, reg alIt of their abhilit y .ol I.y ixited. Ifolley st ressed that hr was bu ht thswi to o im e Is against ixpanitMon of higher St. Pet'rslburc Times which picturedl Iolley is n AlopprnIn of ,.xpanit let hiIghner .,duc stion wa* mi.lsadIng. Htoihy saild h. f eli Waidron snumned Iboiley's piosit s I reinult of the GOP r,,diu,t's staid on thiexidissue. "I feel theyr. should b* tois liIrabd, snla rgem,,'nt of our Vot titinih LInd tethnli 1 sCthnol, iso '' Iol hi'y idded. lit noted that Mi mnntion W,. iiimd. .1 thin iithe mivinaI Mci). t. h Report. The Republican caididate ilso twlieve~s that much of thk. problem of expanding higher educatIon fjciIalt ls In the stat. can he eliminated by building on existing privat. inntitutuorw. H. neid state funds wire being spent to compli.merit the Univer-sIty of Mi lanmi farlilIhies and suggnsted that perhaps lihe am" could be don.' with sais h .clstiqg private schools it ,Stethson and floridA Pre,byterlan. ''In hIII manner we .an if rumphIsh mor, with ies moe, Hlly ('Inim,. '"You simply 'annit bglldacolfrgeovertight."

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Defeats Own, Educators We Are ** Wedded Not List Ripe Objections For Aim -B I' Evaluation 7 I A I A H A ,~ S riroster is life purpose'' --thIt ,! ~'.t through school School Supt. Thorn told the Alligator. -Harrison "Individuals are wedded to triditlon, and this Is a major factor in~ the unfavorable response the trimester system has received at the UP," Baya MA. Harrison, Jr. chairman of the Board of Control said recently. "Some schools, notably the University of South Florida are hearing little opposltioh to the trimester, due to their newness and lack of tradition," he said, adding "we expect the burdens of the system to be absolved, but It will take experience and time "Students should realize the trimester Is an innovation, aid since the state is trying to prodide siequate resources for higher education, indIviduals should make an effort to support it." The "marriage to tradition," which Harrison calls a prime reason for the many complaints of th. trimester system means that it will take Borne time for the system to be developedandstmdied adequately. Harrison told the Alligator that "simply because there is this unfavorable reaction, tbe system cannot be done away wit.", "The board shall be objective and we expect the students and faculty to do likewise,"' he stated. lie said the board is not totally committed to .t particular system .nd That he thinks more attention should be given to organization of course content under the trimester system, lie added that a thorough study of the trimester will indicate in definite ways which adjustments should be made, in terms of course organization, administration, and schedules. Harrison commented that the board will not dismiss the trime ste r system until objective, careful, and responsIble proof Is What F (ED. NOTE: Reprinted here are sonic professor's quotes on t he trimester system from an extensive report by the American Association of University Professors it Florid. St ate University.) 'My reaction to The trimester system is very similar to that of one of my students who succinctly summed it up with the statement, "U.s like trying to drink water from a hIgI pressure fire hose.'' "As a longtime campus worker, I hav, felt wery keenly the pall cast over FSUI by the trimester system. i sense acutely the lower morale of faculty and student alike. NANCY BRACHEY Assistant Managing Editor TALLAHASSEE -Dr. J. Broward Culpepper, executive I,,erter of the Boardi of Control said recently thit there is suffIcieNt evidence"' at this to responsibly evaluate the mester system. He said it will t' of students (to "intri-take a gelnPr 4urf years) pass_ LA TE NIGHT studies, stale cups of coffee, and cigarette butts are familiar sights for UF students ( Photo by Vernon Borchard) given which could discredit its efficiency and effectiveness. The quarter system, considered by many as the only logical alternative to the trimester, is "no improvement," Harrison said, because it causes too much repetition in administrative procedure and too many registration and examination periods. And experience shows that it does not give the total effect of year-round Professors can use our physical plant the entire yeai without resorting to the present system. The l31A-13111 contr act is terrible because it throws faculty into the ranks of the unemployed during a difficult period, ll-A. The semester system with summer school every other summer gave us a fighting chance!' "I don't know lf I can honestly and fully express the tragedy and calamity which the trimester system is In Higher Education. Nothing I can think of could have had a more deleterious effect on Florida State t'nitersity short of *nksi m.,s r.eintn I*t taen education, he added. He concluded that the month of August, presently used as a rest period for students and faculty, working year-round, couldperhaps be utilized to alleviate some of the trimester's burdens. But he added that if an extra week were given each trimester eliminating August as a vacation period, the disapproval and criticism wouldbe great from many sources. Think ''Several schools devoted toecdiucation rather than mass innoeulation with a mass of facts hise retreated from both the I r me ste and the quarter system recently. I suggest a good long bok it two of them. The first, Old Dominion College In Virginia has crf1 whit they term the carterr system (in examination of their three terms shows them to have (Onircided exactly with our present trimester dates) becaw,. thes found that the students were not t'i g educated but rather they were being merely exposed to a miss of facts. Hur rah for them' Secondly, the four course system cur, entlyofler.d at Washington College In Ma ryland for the same ouros, .tn *.a ing through the university before 'ii ,ffectiv. study can be made of the merits arxd demerits of the systerm. leading to adjustments, modIfIcatIons and improvements if the timester.otetietr Is e xpc ted, since opposition thuives on flew Ideas and concepts,'' he said, '"but it seems sd.' to predict that some type of year -round plan of operation is here to stay. He said the current tendency is toward atwo trimester -two summer -session system which does not give the same effect as three trimesters. The obvious weaknesses are hard to evaluate due to not having full enrollments during the third trimester. Calpepper said he thinks more attention should be given to counseling suents sor thatther idihours suited to his capabilities and needs. "We must recognize that some students are not as adept as others and that borderline students must learn to rearange their schedules to keep pace with the system. lie said he feels the borderline students ire hardest hit by the trimester. They feel the pressure of close exams and fewer classes more now than under the semester system, when pressure was only seasonal. Culpepper said, echoing the opinion of many educators, that neither he nor the board Is comnpletely committed to the trimester system. He said the best solutiun is a program geared to the best interests of students, faculty and, taxpayers. We would not be distressed to engage in another feasible plan with the proper use of facilities,,,' he said. He feels there Is less pressure on students wider the trimester than the quarter and that course content would have to be completely reorganized it the quarter system were adopted. With the mster time sequence is nearly the same as the semester system, he said. lie silted professors should take the responsibility ofdet iding which experiences in course should be left for the student to discover on his own, due to the smaller amiournt of time. However, he did admit that a closer survey should be made I immejiatl V f t he problem of "Jumping into exams' the day adter classes end. He said that if student kerps up he will not be hurt bN this, but many are delaying until It is too I ate. "Pre li minar y lnvestigatlon show that ther, ha, been o" In crease in the Per-all Itoou rate a nd t h i t thu g report With more pressut time during the trimesier says, students .1re t,,k,' K <' class loads and-un li on a year-round basis --it" k them longer to finish n The 67-year-old Pii I! doubts the economy tfe tester. "'Unless the sumrI 'rm~ enrollment rises,' he 'y.difficult for me to see th, A s of this system." B a le ys S ay s the mi li trimester class 1(11d Wr, r1 itII]' students to register fm lr terms in order to get I N r ''h college. "'I n afraid this his nitha ge t ting out in the 'ipet 'he economy of the trimeste," 2' Iy says. "When you look it the rverall picture, It may be MORF expensive than the semester. Vim expense per student "oul i greater." SHis wrinkled lace refitthug 45 y ea r s experience iin educudoni Bailey admits he's "not Iintirnutely k nowle dgeable" abxut the trimester system. '"But I'd like to seC di dtlh' study made of how its wurkhig now,'' he says. 'Arid I'd like Lu sethese questions aiiswei'i ''One, what effect--go d or bad-Is the trimester hiiig uli the students, from trmot jonal, physical and mental poiis of view? ''TWO, to what degree I>n trimester system luMe economical? "'Three, is there antoti, r t V of year-round session thid woild he better?" Bailey points out the t imstei is a result of a legislative U I> date. "'1 doubt,'' he saysIIi the unvrsities wret r dh liked a couple of years toprepE for it. I think Dr. Culpepp.LII Broward, executive secret try the Hoard of Control) agre' study should be made now,' B a ii e y, now comnpletiw0i fourth term and 16th yedra s superintendent, says he dis g'" with critics of Florida's hu' educational system. He does think, howevtir, i Florida Is in trouble if it LullI new colleges "without objetP and thorough studies being miat "'If we let community pride legislative courtesy decide atur new universities are going built," says Bailey. "we e conde inning ourselves mediocrity. "'I've been around long encu0J to get to know how these legfis lature boys do things.' he sir They get to tradin' andtrafficki &nd politickin' and scratchin' e r others bhck-and then It's d e V '~Y~j: ~,'

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A. *1 Dea Time Very In Hale CI aims *1 -t Benefit Dubious STAN K Li EdItorI U Assist ant "We turned thw mii upside tlowt, lt mike the trimester work,'' DIstuIing the trimester from, his first floor Tlg'rt lull office was [)tan of Studient Affair-, tester Hale. "But it has tkot 'ue,'eid1 d. Ia' refle fted. "it his not sutc ce.'d*d in helping .t stukent get i (egre' faster than the old system,"' liii, sid. G:* of 1he bt iwfit s expected fr m ht'ei trnmite r systemn he a Id, would .aIlow st udnt' to flalh fast.'r,lie 'mid .,lit'nt like' Ies hiuri trimester but gues the flrst half, or 3A, of th, third trimester. II, go.s to school just as long as of old. ''Watir seeks its OWn level'" 114k sjid. "PeaI hais,'' hale said, ''it has b*.',nof some help, to some students.' Hl, mentioned such types of Nitudnts as graduate Student., law students. and those who hive served in the military ad are Irying to mike up for lost time. lid.' said urn' of the reasons in starting the Iriimester year -aretnd was to extend the time a student could attend a state taversity. in, idea was that the universitIes could handl, larger numlwrs if JUST ADD a cup of Tide to a little bit of Emersonand you CouId that be the motive of these students as they combine one stop. (Photo by Vernon Barchard) Good Students Can't 'Jell' Dean Brady: "In my estimation,'' Dean of Women Marna Brady was saying, "the trimester has n't accomplished Its purposes." Thos e purposes, said Miss Brady, were allowing students to gr iduate raster, to operate the school year round, and allow a tident, for Instance in engineering, to take better advantage of seasonal work. flut the main problem, feels Miss Brady, has been the lack rf time and the attendant fatigue mid pressure. "We eed time," Brady said. "'We don't get organized until midOctober, then boominit's December hmd the trimester Is over." Miss Brady said students don't Iwcessariiy get through faster, either,. The students take less hours, i round 12), she said, and catch up the first half of the third, or 3A, trimester. "Those who do get through tister," Brady said, "could have 'We dune it under the old ,ysttnm." She said perhaps only five per cent of students try to speed through college. 'Are we doing too much gearing the calendar to this five per cent' Can we push maturity much faster?" "'Te good studentsare wyIng,"' Brady continued, "there is not enough time. They cannot
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~mrrrrr!' ~r Faculty Nor Enthusiasic Trimester Called'~A Definite H andicap' ANN CARTER Pditorioi Assistont After more than two years of the trimester, inaugurated in 1962, college deans Interviewed have had this to say: TURPIN C. BA NNISTER, ** 1)e in furp, t Bnkter Architecture and Fine Arts'The trimester has be.n a probiiem; we'ye lost almost two weeks of work In the courses, andi the additional five minutes added to class periods boet mean athing. "It's adeflnit* handicap in studio courses as well as regular lecture material; the trimester simply hasn't left enough time for the amount of instruction we want to include for a degree." Bannister, who's taught under the quarter system, said the quarter would be a much better calendar for the university. The quarter rearr anges nMt only time divisions of the academic year, but also course content. Dean L. E. Grinter, Graduate School--"! don't think at graduate school level the trimester is as Important as at the undergraduate level. Graduate students usually work at their own speeds, theretore we can function on any calendar schedule. I've received complaints about rmSPecifIC the trimester I E .G RI NtER, Dean of Graduate School, says the trnmester system is not significantly affecting grad** Carefre Ch00r rista Go Point Of Present Syste "The old Christmas break wider the semester system was bad news." With that statement HoranceG. (Buddy) Davis summed up the good points of the trimester system. Davis, an associate professor in the FlorIda school of journalism, likes the idea of the final exams being over before the students leave for the Christmas break. "I don't see how we can get away from the trimester system and still have final exams before Christmas, but this would be the ideal situation for the students," be said. Davis said he preferred the easier pace'' of the semester system,. Even from the teacher's standpoint it was .more satisfactory system. They had more time for long range course planning a nd could g ivye mo re comprehensive tests in class. "Our planning time has beencut In half," he said. "Before we used to have a couple of week, before classes started to plan out the course. Now, even if we get her. during the hast of August we still only have a week at the ,nost,. "Also U.e testing has become less significant in the classes. In JMd 118 we used to have 30 lectures. We had time then to set aside three lecture periods for hour exars. Now weonly have time eaqbs fbr catch-as-catch-can 20 mintS. quisnes."' Dafiu bad an clam forhlurnewsrnolhaw course which 1w doesn't gine any more wider the trimester 37563m. 'Tb. *nm took anywhere from IS to 30 hours to complete aSd the stflSn bad ona week to do t. ... in the middle of the course. The journalism professors have expressed their desire to have none of their classes run the f ul I summer. H .G. (Buddy) DAVIS They would have had to change in 1963 anyway, but they would not have gotten the money appropriated by the legislature, Davis said. This would mean subjects would be taught either one session or th. other. "'I want to stress this is not official action," Davis stated. "It is only our opinion of how the summer session should be run. "Education is not only a time of learning for a student, but also time for maturing," explained Dadis. "The planning of the trimester was done poorly. It was rushed Into without adequate research. The state legislature appropri ated money for the schools if they would change from the semester system by a certain time. It didn't matter whether they went to the quartet system or the trimester, just so they made the university a year-round operation.'' Critical Of System ROBERT GOLUB Stall Writer Thbe trimester system again is under fire,. Rae 0. Weimer, director of the OF school of journalism, asserts "I am not In favor of it; in trying to present prohes.Ional program, It has defluitwly hurt the effepctHe feels that some students do take advantage of the system, but their instruction suffers. Also, the quickened rate ot speedcanses most students to take lighter work loads which means there is no ral gain. "In journalss, be said, few students go through th, t h ird trimester, and I feel that is the h ave any studle', t'o go by. but I would uiy the students are pressed; t he trimester hurries them faster, and that's not good. "We haven't changed our courses, but we find students take fewer hours per semester than t h ey did before. Whereas the normal load two years ago was about 16 hours per semester, now it's 14 or 15. "Students are not apt to finish in four years Uf they enroll only two trimesters every year. They will have to take at least the spring portion of the third trimester (April-June) to get degree. "I don't think many students ale taking advantage of the accelerated trimester, not as many as I would have thought, or as many as the proponents of the trimester had conned on.'' Paul B. Kebabian, assistant library director--"My only experience is with the trimester, and!I think the library has adjusted well to the schedule. In the past two years, however, we have extended library hours to 100 per week to meet additional student demands." (No figure was available as to the numberof hours the library was open before the trimester). Mrs. Margaretcoggin, assistant director of reading services, --"The tempo of student activity s greater now than under the old semester system. Term, papers have to be done quicker; certain books are more in demand, so that we have had to order additional copies; and the trimester leaves no time for us to clearourrcords before a new trimester begins." Harold C. Riker, director of housing--"The buildings have probably been used a little more now than before. There has been, not much difference in terms of vacancies between fall and winter trimesters; that is, if someone leaves a room, another person is there so it can always be rented to another student. "Our administratIve load, of course, has increased, and maintenance work of the buildings is done, to a greater degree than before, while students still occupy the buildings rather than during the semester break." Dean D). 1. Mase, health related services---"We work on a 12month basis at the Health Center, but we don't feet the trimester is shortening students' tIme in school. 'We're riving it fair trial. 'The quarter system might hane been more effective since it break. more naturally, and attempts art made to revise the curriculum. Toceaete rmetr t -m amount of material was jammed Into a less amount of time. "W4e just had to drop portions of courses, and even still, -'re sing more from the students. "I'm not going to say that the trimester is wrong or right; -e hay, to give it a littl, more time. But I don't think it's accomplished its Intended us." Dean M. A. Brooks,, College of Agriculture-"The trimester helpful ror this tnivers iry Uner usually can't graduate in eight trimesters is hedid twoyears ago. Dr. Ben Barger, Mental Health P roject co-director--"The largest source of discomfort has resulted from the change in the system, and not intrinsically from the trimester. If we had gone from the quarter to the trimester system we would have had the same 'change pains." We can't speciflcally relate students' problems to the trimester; usually a student has been assigned too heavy a load. Until the university population-students and faculty--has adjusted, there will be problems. "I can't honestly say more people come to the infirmary because of the trimester."~ Dr. H. T. Martin, university counseling director--"First let me say that I've been here just since the trimesterbega,,andcan't compare it tothe semester system except from statistical data [have. "I would certainly recommend another system. Speaking personally, if a year-round operation is desired, the quarter system would avoid many pitfalls the trimester has-especially those of the spring trimester which is split. To me this introduces elements of confusion which could he avoided. Martin spoke of trimester problems such as overlappiig courses; schedule planning; and different student populations. (Continued from Page 9) "The average student," Reitz said, "lowers his credit load so that he completes less work during three trimesters than If he had gone through two semesters and the eight-week summer school. "In arguing against the trimester calendar," he stressed, "we are not arguing against students completing their degree work sooner. We are arguing that t he s tud ent can do better by utilizing the best features of the semester system thanhe can under the trimester. "In as far as faculty members leaving the UF because of th e trimester, we have had none giving that as their main reason. I feel that our faculty is mature enough to realize what the situation isand thereforetheyalltrytodiotheir best wider the system." Reitz did say, however, that the OF being wider the trimester seems to have an advers, oiledt qpon the recruiting Of highly qualtied personneL. Thle university's president then two other universities outside of Florida operate wider t he trimester. "Late In thelastcentury,"aReitz said, "the trimester Was tried at several of the tkp lnstituthmns of that era, including Harnard, and was rejected by them all. "AMd since it was iutitited hee,'' he cortined, "several universities have considered it, but .ll have turned it tytn"

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autz Calls r Major djustments fajor adjustments are needed the trimester plan before it be called a success,, accordto UF Vice Pres. of Academic airs Robert B. Mautz. dautz, a member of The [UF rnlttee 'ich worked on a mnester analysis and evaluation n, contends that changes must made in schedules and In chiers' loads to work out a more 'We have had sufficient experte with the trimester, Mautz Id, "to see that some giffications are necessary."' According to Vice Pres. Mautz, :impact of the trimester has Shit the students as they have justed by reducing loads. 'Some people claim there is a sa of educational values, less me for study in depth, aid that is is a more harried schedule. Study has contradicted this," autz said. Grade are basiallyb tese studentt' load adjustment. rades have actually improved There have been fewer dropouts ,academic reasons and a lower :rcentage of D's anid E's, cording to !Iautz. The problem of a decrease in search time for the faculty men, ars presents a serious situation Or F unless action is taken, lautz said. The teacher must pend a greater amount of time the classroom and as a result as less time for grading papers, repairing exams, aid doing personal research In his field. According to Mautz, Ur has an xtraordinary and high caliber culty. "Several rew members aye joined the faculty during the me that the trimester has been Effect. Only one professor resed to come to UP because of trimesterer" Maut: said. The trimester has succeeded Utilizing the physical facilities Sthe UF' campus to a greater dtent by offering more ducational opportunities On more frequent basis, Mautz said. A nothe r advantage of the mester tinbeen in that it has one away with the "lame duck"' essioc after the Christ mas acation. Nothing was CCOMplished during the month of anluary, Mautz stated. ii Ifodlflin th. trimester plan, flew plan muet be arrived at 'at will allo, for: --summer freedom forteachers o do research; --a "free" Christmas vacatlont. it n lame duck'' session 10 TOVA Editorial LEVINE Assistant Florida state universities need about $50,000 of state-allocated funds before they will be able to conduct a full-scale studfy of the trimester operation, according to Franklin A. Doty, UF assistant dearof academic affairs. fir. Doty is chairman of the Senate Committee on the Study of the Impact of the Trimester System. 'The Board of Control has asked the legislature to allocate this amount to the slate universities so experts may examine all facets of the trimester and see the full scope of its effectS, Doty said. Although all branches aidpeople involved in the trimester have expressed opinions on the system,. an objective stwdy'DUSt be ad. to "et taon eral insideS of the "The individual reactions do not show the overall results," Dety stated. "All types of reactions mtat be examined.,,' According to Doty, the student sesthe effect of the trimester on his time and subject load; the faculty member sees the effect in the size of his class, his time of teaching, his loss of leisure and resarh time; the admlnIstTAtiOil sees te problems in the administratIng ofaweCellerdted program; and the Board of Control sees the state-wide operation. Althotigh the plan for study of the impact of the trimester was actually completed in f-ebruary 1964, the wovrk cf the committee is cow at a standstill until the leg sl a ea lyloca s a ri roduces effects of the trimester on students, faculty, curriculum and Instruction, general wniveruity organizaton and .dministratioo, student services and afliculationo with other educatIonal programs and institutions,. "The plan seeks tolbdntify changes shown to bie the result of the transitIon from the semester to the trimester system," Doty said. Assigned to the UF committee was the task of com~piliiE the data, charts and methods fordetermIning the effects of the trimester and semester calendar operations on students and w, general wrver sity organization and adaninhstration. Tb. other four categories were dIstributed to the other .tat. unIversities. storis on this pag wer written by Editorisa Assistant Tova IAvith, a long-time member of The Alligator staff and onw who remembers campus life under the semester system-. Miss IAvInw interviewed associate economics professor Dr. Irving Goffman. UF VIce Pr. o Academic Affairs Riobert Mad:z and Franklin A. Doty', CF assistant dean of academic atfaIrs. Study plans for the effects and impact of Iii. ttrimesttt oothestuderts involve resear' h into: --Erollmebt a nd ,ttendmflce patt*Eri (enrollmrot, jttdanc*, pattern of dropping courses, with.aaism);bttrs cedt health factors, physical and mental); --Education finsacIMg (sources and amounts involved, student housing, and major costs). Study plans for the effect on general university organheatioil and administration in vol y i research Into: --Organltation changes in sturcture and function (total or ganintlonal impact, faculty orientatlon, registrar'. hunctionm); --InstItutional flnanciing and plant utilIzatioc (ennts) operating oats per credit hour relative to staff, antenance, instruction and housing facilities, rapitai outlay, and plant itillzation); --non-academic staff (recruit.ment and retention, perso.,nel performance, morale aid motivation, costs andrompenstioti), gethe with the siar fspro duced by the other unIversitIes, carried out, studied and examined by expert., a full, complet. view of th, trimester experience will be available, Doty said. But before any action can, be tacon on this plan, iaverntle. must receive the undiS to 1mpemess the study, he added. Members of the UFP committee who did the research aid cotplidtior. of this data were: Dr. Franklin A. Doly, chairman, of the social sciences deptttmnt; Dr. Benjamin Barber, clinicalpsychologist of student health; Dr. Eleemor B. Brow,., professor of .ducatioc; Dr. A*1JhW A. Broyles, prflessor of physics; Dr. LoarfD.COhfl, Goff man IT'S NEVER too late ,y closely to that philosophy ./ (Photo by Vernon Borchard.) oes t After --.-W -. he old saying, and this Gator obviously adheres all, time and progress tests wait for no man. Hlits Research Reduction [tie t rimrn,'tr systemb h' not ,,,mpiishetl the mim~ for which it WAS crrtted. s'o contends P)r. irving J. Goffmn, a s sor ite professor of ecoinmi&'s. o oU r .o, content, quality of instructions research work, i'di quality of work from students are sfme of the f.ctor. hurn in the trimester process, according to 1)r. Goflnman. Reduction of course content to fit ito the ni ii or he riof tis system. Q u ali ty of imnstructioit has also decreased as prcifessors are pressed to stick to the schedul, of material to be covered in the term, Goirman said, E:it her certain topics are eiitis ely cut out of th. trimester program or they ar, covered in a very shallow manr. Th. extra five misutes per period do ISt make q o the extra mouth, sai start -ew lectures iii this time. One of the most seriou, defects of the trimester system is the way it has cit down research and research opportunitIes for proressor. Most summer wurkahop om' university to .mnoher is almost all iinpossibillty under this s ystem. According to (Joflmsn, students have adjusted to the trimester by dropping (OurSCS or by not taking as heavy a load as they lid under the semester system. A stwdrnt who once took II hours credit per semester is 00* taking 15 per trimester. Ti,, itn effect. Is just sprnadiw the bttslent'l studies out over a lower period of tineinstead of spending two semester, in school th.' student must now spend two-aid one-half trimester. to rover the same amount of work. "'lb. number of.y. stwdent spends on campusoflendtrmuws thme quality of hi. .diwation. Students mi longer tfl. th. variety of rogrees they onc, did for pleasure or pore inerest. but nmw stick jwst to their ffiJOrl. Outside reading is greatly rduced, Graduat, lvel studies have been hit particularly hard. Gradtat. study depend. on a grist deal of reading arnd thinking, and the trimester system curtails this extra study time needed, zrcording to Goffman. Grades hay, not been gieatiy affected by the trimester because etudenS, have adjusted to the program by reduced loads and teachers hay. scaled grde. and tflrn th. time aid pressure of tme trimester system into consideration, Gotfmaa, said. Mote thought should be given to a well-organlted sumAet sesin, Goflmao said, as thue Two six-week sesian during be a preferred soldtiop, GComin suggested, I F or Full-Scale Survey Universities Need Funds

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* ~ -~ ** t ~V ~ --' -'r *~ -~4 -* ~** ~?r* ~l*& ~., V~ ~4 ;-i'lw~ A .'A'~(" ~ In Graduate Defects s Trnmester S urvey Pinpointed I-r uk J. Gullaghex, a native .4 N.ew Yok has ,ttenide!d th onlrce I 92 when he rplired from military service as lieutenant colonel. He flew 66 combat misstons in Europe during W.W. II-. The 43-year-old Phi BetaKappa received his bachelors degre from the UP, but he did so me undergraduate work at City College, New York. As a UP gradwits assistant in the College of Bus ine ss A dm ini str atio n, Gallagher worked on the gold outflow problem of the United States and also compiled data on the trimester. Among his honors are the distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal with 11 chuters-. Ever mince the trimester made Its awpearano. at the UP,stwdents, faculty and administrators have wondered flat changes it has brought. Trnk J. Gallagher, a graduate student in the College of BSwimes. Adminhtratloc,prepared a survey. completed Atguut, 1964, of the trimester. H. questioned 513 studens Mho had studied wmar both the trimester and semester From the 268 who answered the questionable, Gallagher derived these conclusions: I) Langthering class periods from 50 to 55 minutes iin the trimester did not compenuuk. for th. two weeks chopped off the semester. (The old semester had 16 weeks of classes from September to January; lb. trim es t er has 14 weeks from September to December). 2) Final examinations are So nd u cted under pressure. Gallagher increased admits the The UP College of Medicine has imt "been appreciably affected" during the two-year reign of the trimester system, according to its dean, George T. Harrell. "Medical students are working and studying about as hard as they always have," he said. Karreil said he Is not opposed to the trimester, but had thought re ui t of this pres'ur' 0e r,*r.ntioin of niaterlia, higher rit of drop-outs, more cheating and in increase of mental disorders may occur. 3) Meeting required reading assignments is more duff icult and, deductively, students fail to read as much of their assignments as they did before. This, Gallagher concludes, must be lowering the quality of higher education at the University. 4) HeadIng for pleasure is not as common now, creating a gap between a student's book knowledge and his "well-rownded"education. Included among the questions Gallagher asked the students and their answers were these: "Do you prefer the trimester system to the semester system?" Ye., 95; No, 104; Indifferent, 9. "From a quantitative standpoint, do you feel That lens material I. actually covered in a trimester course?" Yes, 128; No, 136; No opInion, 4. "Please evaluate the quality of educationIn the trimesterascompared to the semester." Better, 8; Poorer, 160; About the Same, 90. grab: m roved SI ;Declined 04; Stayed about the stife, 119. "Do YOU feel that trimester premiume baa caused excessive d ropping of courses and/or nsguatioos prior to final examinatIons?" Yes, 146; No, 64; No opInion, 58. "Compare the pressure from final exams in the trimester to that in the semester.' Nor., 203; Less, 9; AbOut the same, 54. "Since the trimester, has your participation in extra-curricular activities been:" More, IS; Less, 136; About the same, 113. School U the quarter system would be the most effective arrangement because it would be a mor, flexible plait for organizaing courses. Under the quarter system, he said courses which are now one trimester long could be extended to two quarters, thereby gaining more classroom and laboratory time. This is not possible under the trimester, he said. --t 'WI 'Ko yuu 8Iiot lwip t(lty Its .'xertiing I uicere effort to rrike th, trirnuester ,uI[4sful' Yes, 24; No, 75, No o1Ainlon, 51. "Has the trimester caused any added difficulty ltn meeting supplementary reading *tsslgtments"'' Yes, 202; No, 49. "Since the trimester, has your habit of reading for pleasure:' Increased, 3; Decreased, 184; Stayed 'about the same,66. Other findings in Gallagher's report show: From September, 1962, through April, 1964, no, gain was made in student average credit hour achievement. That is, in a certain given time, the trimester student gained about as much credit (toward a degree) for his work as the semester student. (This would indicate that trimester students choose to take fewer hours-course. -per trimester than th, semester student). Class scheduling difficulties hay, resulted from the limited number of courses offered in the spring trimester, April-June, and fr 0m the lower number of actions (class group.) of multisection COurses. r. Athletic GLENN LJANEY Sports Editor "Speaking strictly from a selfish athletic standpoint, I can't think of one good pelnt to the trimester system," said UT Head Coach and Athletic Director Ray Graves. "If it ii helping the students n affected For the first two years of medical school, the student has always gone year-round, so the trimester system did not affect them at all, the dean said. However, It did complicate graduate siwdents from other UP colleges taking medical courses. Harrell said the course schedule had to be revamped to accommodate these st udeitS. He also said the stretched-out lab periods have nMt affected the medical students' work, in which he cannot see much difference from that done under the semester system. He said in his estimation. "the trimester hurts undergraduates the most.'' The college pans its own calendar for the junior and senior years of mr is dI'ided week biock c Ia ss Cs. vic.tlins. said 'WO enables a T HE CA LL of the book s go Florida Mon who has decided unheeded to lake to by thies the bed instead. (Photo by Vernon Borchard.) Director Graves Says Prgrm overall, then we are all for It. If It Is helping him get a better education, we realize this is what he is up here for and we aJpprove looper cent." But, from the sports angle of the UFE, it is not helping Spring sports are the hardest hit wider the trimester system. The UP loses many good track and baseball players who either graduate In April when the Inmester is over or do not remain to take a few hours duringthe first term to finish out the seasons. "The athlete's grades aren't suffering too much," said Graves. "He has just learned to take a lighter Load. Of course this put, a strain on him," Craves continued. The Southeastern Conference (SEC) rules stateaboy has to pass at least 12 hours of classes to remain eligible. Most of our boys find it difficult to take more than 12 hours under this system and still play football. Tis puts a great mental strain on him since, if he falls just one course he is ineligible. Boys at other schools fInd no difficulty in taking I6 hours so they have a cushion to fall back on." This was the case with Allen Tramm~eli, the Gators leading hitter on the baseball team and second leading batter in the conference. He was carrying exactly 12 hours and failed oune of his courses. This disqualified him for the baseball seasal. Another problem faced by athletics is one of COndIUOuIng. "The boys are away from our weight lifting and isometric training from April tuitIl late August," said Graves. "Whenthey come back In the fall they have oma monti more away from planned conditioning than the rest of the conference teams we meet." The ISU game is a good case In point wher, the football team is hurtinderthe trimester system. The game originally scheduled for Oct. 3 was postponed until Dec. 5. This Is kessthnone week before the first final exam is given. Classes at the UF start earlier under the trimester program. "This means we can Open 14p practices earlier, but because of SEC rules,it only gives us a fourday jump on the other chgbs," said Graves. "They more tha., mnkee for It in their two-a-day drills they run while weare already in classes," Graves concluded. ,edlcal school. The year Into five and one-hall ts into which is squeezed labs. flootwork and This system, the dean rks very well." It student to schedule his I p But Dean Harrell Favors Quarter es

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'-I t 1I TP R LAS 7FOr Sale j TRIANGLE FLYING CLUB SHARES, full membership $150. Associate membership $50. Mr. Collier 6-3261, Ext. 2121 or Mr. Burwell 2-0493. (A-3l-St-c). 1961 CUSHMAN Super Eagle. Excellent shape. New re-built engine. Has A LL Cushman accessorles. Call Roger Accardiat 3729236. (A-3O-St-p). 1983 ALLSTATE Sport Motorcycle. 4.5 horsepower. Will sell for $200. Call Jerm 37B -l43aafter 5 p.m. (A-30-3t.-c). STARTS TO FI RST A REA NITE RU N For Sale 1961 YAMAHA, electric starter 250 cc. New battery, recently timed, tuned, adjusted. For sale, $448. Terms available at $15 ma. Canl 376-1012 alter 5 00 pan. (A29-3t-p). SELLING UNUSED SET of Famous Artii s ts' Sceh ool. 7Three big commercial art Instruction books. Asking $50. Course cost $600. See Julio at 1813 NW 2nd A ve nue. (A4-29-St-c). 1962 '2UNDAPP 250cc. Electric starter. Must sell. $325. Call 466-3237 after 5. (A-27-fit-c). rue #*'~ W anted WANTh STUDENT or working m othe r to share two bedroom apartment. Call FR 6-3805. (C-30 -3t-c). FEMALE ROOMMATE to share large room, with private bath, airconditioning, central heat, and linen furnished. $30 per month. 6-3751. 1012 Nw 10th Ave. (C30-2t-c). ONE MALE STUDENT to share 2 large rooms and private bath with two students. $33.33 per month See *t 104 S. W. 8th Street. (C-23-tf-nc). TWO ADULt Open Show 6:15 7:00 HITS! See Both do A 8:50 At 7:00 and 11:10 N MA WI 2id ADULT HIT AT 8:50 RNA DEMIC PAOIO STOPPA caled him 'Past Eddie' wnner. > wasa loser Wanted RECENT vmNTAGE small (100cc150cc) Motorcycle. Preferably one that can be serviced locally. Robert Shipman, 1630 NW 2nd Ave. (upstairs). (C -31-lt-p). NEED ROOMMA TE, ContactCarol and Nancy at Colonial Manor. Telephone 372-0142. (C-30-3t-c). I-& 5 -/-9 LAST TIMES TOMORROW Out 10:25 It ikJMk 1t TOMORROw AT 2:00 ONLY Florida Field "THE SLAUGHTER of SOUT H CA ROLI NA"' or 'A POX ON THE GAMECOCKS" In Color Produced by RAY GRAVES Starring an ALL STAR CAST Sunday I 3 *5 7* 9 "A FILM TO SEE AND PONDER--N. Y. Times "ITS TOTAL EFFECT IS SHA TTER ING "-I BE AS AU Commonweal SURE YOU IT IS A TIFUL MOVIE"-New Yorker "'""U If ft HOPE YOU H APPY HAVE A. HOMECOMING (YOU 7OO F.C.)| LLost & Found| IL06T: Black wallet. Uf found, return to Gib Cdine. Reward. Call FR 6-0322. (L-31 -It-p). LOST: Prescription eye glasses. Brown heavy frame, white lenses. Please call 6-1463. (L-31-lt-p). LOST: eantalni only to Hefley. I brown leather card case nig many licenses valuable me. Reward. Contact Bob 135 East, 372-9128. (L31-3t-c). LOST: One year old female Siamese Cat--weariqg pink collar --answers to name Mai-Ling.Iost vicinIty 103 Sw 2thStreet. Reward offered. Please call Suzi at FR 82509. (L-30-3t-o). LOST: in Matberly--Sllver Ronson Butane Lighter. Initials L.J.B. Very worthy reward for much valued article. Call lee 2-9353 or 2-9419. (L-29-St-p). Services WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN or Infants during Gator Growl. 6-8348. (1-31-It-c). FRATERNIT'Y & SORO RI TY BOOKKE EPING. Complete service including preparation of monthly and quarterly reports. Call 3725209. (M-29-5t-c). HOMSE MEN AND HORSEWOMAN Please cease phoning to ask to rent horses here. TEPEE RANCH IS NOT A LIVE RY STABLE. It is the place where the most experienced equestrian instructor In Florid. gives individual (NOT CLASS) elementary and advanced Instruction in all branches of horsemanship to enthusiastic beginning oradanced students of both sexes A few vacancies now for additional students. Uf you bring your horse you will get both instructed for the price of CMe. Colonel Terrill E.(Terry) Pric., Tepee Ranch, Williston Road jut north of Speedway. Telephone 7 to 9 p.m. p72-5844. (14-29-fl-c). MILLER & SONS AUTO Painting Shop, all cars $29.95; body work. We have moved to 1619 S. E. "awthor"e Road. All work guaranteed. (M-l 3-2Wt-c). THAT MAN IS BACK GSl WUOBI HEAUMTIUE -a --w U ---j -s -*~, I.-E S S g e

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bLASI IEPDS Autos KX(0 Ilent Condititon Ito ug>,ut. Asking $995. 372-21 95.(Gdl -It-pA. WANNA MOVIN' MACHINE" 3 (4HEV. 2-door, 300 horsepower engine, staodard,perfect condition. Owned by local business mian. Will nacrifiee. 2-9888. (G -30-St-c). 1964 COMET CYCLONE. 2-door bar dtop, 4 speed transmission. $200 equlty or used car and take over payments. 372-9909 after 6:00 (G-30-St-c).* 1964 KARMAN-GHifA. Like new 10,000 miles, AM Radio. $2100. Cali Ext. 2492 or 8-8835 after 6 p.(G-30-St-c). 1983 KARMAN-GHLA 16,000 miles AM-FM radio, perfect condition. $1,850. Call University Ext. 2832. (G-2 5-ti-nc). CORVETTE STING RAY 1963, Sebring silver convertible, 4 speed, post-traction, AM-FM Radio, Metallic brakes. Excellent condition. Sacrifice $3095. Call 376-8281 alter 5 p.m.(G-30-St-p). MUST SELL, REDUCED $50 each. '60 TR-IO 4 dr., R&SH $325. '57 TR-3, WW, boot cover, tonneau, R&H $525. 2-4471 after 11 p.m. Ask for Mike in RID. #3. (G-285t-c). SUN-ROOF-fly SEDAN 1984. Like new, white, radllo, seat belts. $1595. Phoiw 372-4786. (G-28St-c). Fo rZ B-h' ItI Rent A, tht .t LAI:Gl. SINQ fIMfu nt studIert, I block from tips hot and cold water Ii room.u $37.5 per month. I 17 N. W 7hSet (8-27-St-o) .t~sre. P erTsonal WIL LINDA CLAIRE (O&TUN AND WALTER C. W(XDWAltI) please contact the SEMINOI F office' on Monday btwevn 2 and 5 p.m.about your senior picture. (J-31 -It-nc). "RED ROSES FOR ME"' Oct. 2224, 29-3l. Hsservatlotns only. Ext. 2671.*(J-29-tf-nc),. For Sale INVESTMENT 10 acres. High and rolling. $500 per acre. $1500 down payment. Gainesville school district. Call Los Jackson, associate. Ernest Tew Realty. 376-6461. (1-31 -t-c). GATOR CLASSIFIEDS Get Things Done Call1 376-3261 Exti. 2832 a, 4 ii Western Clothing| PAD Speaker M. Toastmasters 0 There will be iin &rganlz ItJ tiona mte I ing of tthe new LInive. sity T'oastmastors Club A Oct. Ii, at the F-aculty i ub. All i"terested pez sons ire t. Invited to attend. T-his will 9 Sa lunchbeon nueting u beginning at 11:30. g a BIG 10-DAT L2 i AMERICA'S GREATEST DRUC STORE EVENT NUDREDS 2 oR T1t pRICE pOn ptUS .1 Wc Collum I L1124 W. Uni 1324 E.AUnI jrug v. Ave v. Ave ~tTh\ k ~#1r N I I, 0 CI m It / ~' -.-., Go water Club Dohars toliC S o 41'I,3-"' it. Moo-Selection reaw F I. Iii 'onmii 31l, Florida Iti A ir F o r e fftlcr F ttenzlou 2545. siectioni Team for the southaster,, UnitedStates wtilvisit WSA To Meet he UlF Oct. 22-23, According oSgt. A.D. (othr In, local The Womien's Student Assoir Force recrtufter. iaticn will hold workshop While at tt, university the f"' so' oritie. Oct. 19. Attend*an will he in the Hub trin 1"w the workshop will be the :30 am. -3:30 p.m. The presidents aid WNSA Heprs'ificer Triining School prosentattv.s ofeachsorority and ran, leading to a omissI.,n the executlvt' board of WSA, Sa 2/I,. In the Air Force iii be accepted. Republic ans Methodists A Young R-pubican iflttlng will he held Oct. 21 to 'The Wes ley Eonndatiin ela I officers to till geverdl *eds volunteers for final de.Vflandmces. ,r-tions an th -etigu chairs at 9a.m. awdafter. Type Briefs iet are I.d~d Only the C. iput News Briefs s u bnm Itie d in type-~writt totin will be uance flT Fout Scor,' will hilght light the Homecoming i~awm at the Catholic Student Centei Saturday night beginning a' 8:30. Everyone is welcome. Ham Meeting The Gato Amateur Itido Club will hold Its regular rnntiiE on Oct. 19. at 8 p.m. iii ROT,,i" 52f the EngineerAll member., amateurs and Liberal Forum Thorn. Wood will deiss Elnctrondc Music this Sunday *vening at 7:30 In the liberal Religious Forum, lin the John so', Lounge of lh. Florida Union. The meeting is op.,, to all. Coffee and dlnsun .131 follow. roptale In the future. Open House .jennings an Open Bc from I-l house. an an event, gins portwity to H lall has slated -s this Sunday in. The Open tsaRHomecomlng LIE me-n art oSee a women'. hai. Visitor. must be escorted to the r,.idenmeare.by someor,. living iii Jehuings. F'rosh Council Freshman Cowicil will me.' in Florid. Union Room 324 at 7:30 v-mMo"day for 't' S'ord COeflCei meeting of Ih trImwster. At this time memliere will elect .i councIl presIdent and .scr.'tary. Student Governmient (5() l'regldent Ken Kennedy till siplaln lh. organIzation of SG to ah. -Are You Dating Tho Prettiest i Girl On Campus 4) Homecoming Weekend? Where competition is leen, you would do we11 to tee our extensive selection For all Occasions, you wi'' find everythin ~ / every thing you need to complete your wardrobe. The finest in collegiate sportswear, and in natural shoulder sports-oat and suits ore here for you, the budget minded college student Visit S 30 yea ilverman's, a tradition fo, rin this college community COmmltunity. U Campus iNeus Briefs

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U, 1' A V DEANNA HINCHEY, Delta Delta Delta, and Joe Keenon, Phi Gamma Delta, play with children in the pediatrics ward of the J .HilLis Miller Health Center last Sunday .Their visit was made in connection with the IFC competition for the Dan McCarty Service trophy for outstanding service to school, community, and notional fraternity. B AppJroves CROTC RaGise WASHINGTEN (UPI) -President Johnson has signed into law a bill expanding the Reserve Officers Training Corps In high schools, th Wie House announced Wednesday. 'The legIslatIon was opposed The new law, which also revises college officers training courses, would permit Increasing the high school program by nearly 500 per cent. means of ihtn qinncy and getting terested in militar y more men incareers. Defense Secrvtary Robrt S.McNamara had opposed It as having little military value. But Rep. F. Edward Ilebert, Dl-La. sponsor of the bill. sad M c N a m a r. ''"personally recom,'mended*' that Johnson sign It. McNamar. had contended that the junior ROTC was too costly. The new law allows the defense deparimnut to expand the number of junior ROTC units rrom 254 high schools to 1,200 hIgh scholls. 'The expansion would start in 1906 at a rate of 200 schools a year. When completed, the annual cost would be $21 million. "dBefore I promulgite any regulations rniating to the expansion of the program," oson said, "I have asked 1he secretary of defense to conduct a thorough study of it and to asc.'rtain whether It can be made responsive to the naeds of our natiwnal defense and yet be conducted at the lowest possible cost." Fund H as $83,000 To ward Goal Uf Alumni Loya.lty Fund this week reached $83,000 toward this year's $200,000 goal, Fund Director H. C. B e aty announced yes ter day. Mtore thaii 6,000 alumni have contributed to this year's toyalty Fund Drivt to date. Dean Beaty said. The Fund supports educatioinil projects at the UP, Lncltudlng financial aId to students, the iibraz y system, and special emergency needs. Extending the partIcipation In the current Loyalty FundDrive alumni in selecting Florldda cii. Undliated a "telefund"' project this week. Under the direction of local Loyalty Fund chairmen, alumni plan to gather in telephone centers throughout the state to make calls seeking pledges for the 196484 Fund. I a a m m a Church Plan W4 U RL \ NE n ,ttfr writer tst],uIlly coIIernei with mn(I p somlnr events, hav'e scheduled a full weekend of events ror the U F's ilomerromlng Inc Iud1in g docora.tiorm, parties ,ind alumni reInc ted ln 'heir dctlvltiis dre; The RAPThbT Student Center will have housee decoration oncock skiing out of a mural into the gaping jaws of a Gator. If the engineers working on the project can get things worked out, the-Gator will swallow the hapless Gamecock. There will be a coffee with doughnuts on Sunday, from 8:45 9:45 a.m. The theme of the CATHOLIC Student Center display will be "Gamecocks Prepared at Gator's World's Fair." It will consist of a refrehmn sand .t whih a cock,. There will be chairs In front of the center for the parade todayand at 6:30 members of the Newman Club will leave inagroiqpforaator Growl. Tomoro-e-nig-"-r wilb a dance startliw at 8:Soand lasting "imtll." Music will be by the Pour Scores and admission will Maseswllbeasusa Sudy with doughnuts and coffee alter each Mass. The EPISCOPAL University Groups eekend tire kf. 4, but Ut will hi lii ger this wek to liriltdt* ht Isa Sunday her is. A 111(9 wIll br held it the [2AlTER DAY SAINTS Institute Saturday from 8 to II p.m. accordig to Dave Whitmer, director of the Institute. The center will be Te themeekfor the LUTHERAN Student Center will be the same as that of the campus. Bob Souvorin designed the plans for the 18-foot Alligator which will be dropping a seven -foot Gatorsphere on a Gamecock. The PRESBYTERIAN University Center will have parade chairs for rent today and Cokes will be according to Chp Morgan ard the secretary at the center, Maria Te. WES LEY Poundatlonwill have a house decoration consisting of a 10-foot Gator In the act of pulling a Gamecock out of a Unisphere which bears a suprising resemblance to a chicken coop. Members of the foundation will meet at 1 p.m. Saturday for block "Aciities Chairman Bill Douberley, said thatthe foundation will be open all weekend except during Growl. HILLEL Foundation will hold services at 8 p.m. Friday a1 the foundation. A Sunday brunch will be held beginning at II a.m., with all alumni invited. UNIT ARIAN-UJNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIP SPEAKE R: TOPIC: Needs" A^Welcome To"Al WhoAreInerete Sunday, October 18, 11 A.M. 1204 NW 10th Avenue MEN'S WEAR FOR FLORIDA N ItSNAPSHOT CONTEST Bring Inca snapshot of your BOY FRIEN THER -SISTER nonel D -G arger than 5" ill FRIEND -SON OR DAUGHTER years or older, They must GO TO SCHOOL IN VILE A REA by 7") BRa-12 THE GAINES*Enter Name, Address and Phone Number on bock of each photo Box will close at 7?p.m., We will draw 3 PHOTOS, Oct lst 24, 2nd the 1964. -3rd. .CAr, ii. JDACON" mae the campus scene comrbin aton Any Campus iS Big On va I o red Trimi F it models of 65% 'Dac ron' poIyester 35%, combed cotton for wrhnkleless neat looks and carefree wear, at faner Stores everywhere. Dupon s regtsernd 11 .4 V *1 t\ IN \ 7' I I Dr. Ernest R. Bortley Professor of Political Science "The Constitution And Our Changing

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St. Lo Ios Gan beihindlthe 28yPrtlt Gitbsng aid yon Chardina deoraleied thre Y1ke46n.wo tre]run on, rgsandanepd i nhin the baslik a moern Bush olt Gbot the yong adinalsagemorped thae Yhe ine wore three-u innis anda the roiMef, Ams ercn Leagu champions n gu pennanit race 1 wnd thyeres and 52 year old Msnqger J. Keane s Takes I t A Ct INN Lj&Nry Ii-Injuries Crip ple I ink hip. rii wit on thi Iltiria Qators. Thiursdiy. prit tire found thi e. reguli r ,ffiislve starters jut tot the Siuth K irolla, i mntest Newe< u1itui, t} the list or GOtor walking w ounded ire c try Thomas mnd John1 Whatley. Thomas, the Gitor's tight blocklag ,nd broke hi, bawl i pi attire Wednesday. Ue ad coach Rty Graves said it was freak accldent which happened on. double Nortwestern Mue, SINCE :857 JMa H. DewSk. Jt. tics w. U.iv. A. ft. 106 S.es. lids. 37g-97flCOLLEGE PLANS INSURED SAVINGS * MOR TGA GE * RE TI REME NT Spo Of fen si ve teiim hi0.k tlng hi iak i*sult'ui wen hi ail nr, the hetmet blockers. Line [wr t e. The Tho, is hit his i! nx of the tobn \Vhatley first 'Ii ing offiti sivi guard teiijureil in old l.g lnjuw y. Kr yves sadd whtiy would definitely be aut for the game Iimly J i kSOnl, who has J(n0. such fine job for the GA dot s lance ha was moved from offenslyv, end tooutside offensive tackle, will find himself back at his old position as a replace mint for flxomas-. Jim Benson, second string center will take overlJackson's vacated spot at tackle. Graves said Benson will probably remain at tackle for the rest of theseason with the return of veteran Gary Clieti at the center position. Sophomore John Preston, who did such a fine jot filling in for Whatley against Mississippi, will the Gators three sophomores In their starting offwwsive jie. ''"This will naturally p.t a little more pressure on our defensive unit,'' Graves said. "'Tey will have to play extra well to stop the Gamecocks wide open offense." Graves said most of the Injuned should be. reidy for the Alaham,, game. Fiowver, Tomas we,. do ubtfu, I "We will have to wait and see about Thomis," he said. We aLso aren't sure of the ext.nt of Whatley's Injury." The Gadts reviewed their offensive andt defensive assignment. yesterday for the South Caroliniu clash. Urives said he couldn't tell from pr ictice wtieth,*r or not they were getting ready to break out against theGamecocks. lie said he didn't think his team was wnderestimating them any more alter watching their game films. [in thut (ive i,,tt tkw theilt 11m ck tb g.lig to ring and it will bN time to get iii mi go to lih. MISNSsIppIg im,. It do~es Xll senm lIke a Iretm. .Ioesn't It" if somxeon. would hivi ttomi up lt, you N'(ore the begtinng of the w' ion arnd saul, "Icy, lhe Gators ire going to te miwiefeiit.d ging into tomietomig,' whit wiili you iave dit, (1r4 ..lwched or Cl led (If till, si lihe biK hatil of lb. seasona b shaping tip with our frternts to thw north. You know, that (iri'' school up there' In rallahassee. 11y are wdebf.ted, y OU kia. f ctours. they hi veil't p1 aye d anylody real speciti. Oh, of course they heat Kentucky pretty badly, hut who hAd Keixtuck y it.at Xlght away yo U y"Misslsslppit"' Sure. but so did w.'. And as Johtiiy Vauglit, the "Olet M1Iss' coach "aid, the Rebels just may be overrated. Kentucky also beat Auburn, but they only played half the Auburn team. Thet other half. ..Jlnxmy Sidle sat out most at thid game. Unfras their head,. really get toobigfor their helmets, the Seminoles should come into the florida game undefeated. The only 'roqgh" opponent they have on their schedule until they meet tie It North Carolina State. That would be a breather for the Galore. Wouldn't it be nie to spoii a perfect season for "good ole' FSU. They readly have It In for us.Their coach Hill Peterson has a pictureframe hanging in his off lce. ..lbut there Is ,o picture in it. Uinderneith is the caption' "rswrv'd for the first Florida State team to beat Florida."' This year they think they have a pretty gwod chaixee. For the flrst time th, game is going to be played on their fild. For the first tIme they have a team which I. showing promise of having .nough talent to put up real fight every game. .l.nstead of building themselves up for just one team. ..the Gators. Itay Grnves commented he wns glad to s. them playing against jthe r I.'. mi lk, they play iga.inst us every yseir. The. tieminoies hay, a pretty good p.sslng unmblnstion of their own. Teixsi (Steve) to Ililetnikoff (Fred) hat temwd tg, well this season. hiletnikoff has gathered In 19 passes In four game. H* ha. also scored five touchdown. andi riced kirt t(,tal of 343 yard. This .ver4(eA 'ut to just little wveT In yards every tim. hv. catch. the ball. tensl i n h.II oil Ii of 4 pas. rir 5'I yair'ts. The FSUJ sports publicity dtlic. Is LpushIw tnth of tthri for All-America homirs. VSt has prnvex they hay, 'ii tottsiv, pwirh an well an a dfn*Iv, putnili in thsi, lint two gamir. lh.> hive piled up hUM point, to their oppieiiti six. At first K lint tIs appear. to he quite impressIve. But it or near' hc. a iti, firtiji iie qtjestiiii of lbh' r.pertabllty (If their opponents '011m1% iito, ylw orI,. again, it I, nle to see thm with a ripresintaitive tea it for the nerst timt, since ae hive played them. it will mluke this as to', victory just .i litt! sweiti'r. SPECIAL PURCH/#E ENCHANT 4 I TRESSES! GLAMOROUS HAIR PIECES SPECIAL g' 1 .4 r I'' .-.-$3.77 Add glamour in town ot the bkoch! Choose yr n. M .th broided porny tal the bee One of th. nice things about owning it is selling it. A new Volkswagen doesn't depreciate wll the minute you turn the key. in a sense, the older it gets the mrore voluoble it gets. 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~1WPfhlEUW. K ~.! A., Florida Basketbal Team 'Best If th. r this Could As stiid, year's 1*e one head U F batsketbalI te im of the best. coach Norman Sloan Is our bVS t teamr~ yiP Cross Countr y Team Looses FlorIda's cross country team was upset over the weekend by Florida Statet2metth32 GOsor cross country team has been beat by the Seminoles. The Seminoles also beat Florida's previously undefeated freshmen runners 19 to 40. Florida State took first, second, forth toal23 pits, whil th Gators took third, fifth, sixth, eighth and tenth. For Florida DleterGlebhart took third, Bill Opperman, fifth; Dave Wilson, sixth; Jim Erown, eighth, and Gary Mah, tenth. Mahl., Wilson and Giebbart are all sophomore. Wilson was sick at the meet bit ran anyway. 11 reported to the infirmary after returning from th, meet which was held In Tallahamnee. Other members of Florida's Cross Country team who rail in the meet bit failed to place were Das weli., Danny Schagasser, Bill Robert. and Austin Funk. L eading tihe freshmen team which had been Ilndeftated two years before this meet were John Kiveplldto, John Van Graham and Pat Sheppard. The. next cross country meet Will be Monday at 10:30 a.um. when the Gators run against Western Kentucky and Georgia Tech. TEP Wins Tag Epsllon Phi defeated Phi Delta Theta In volleyball Wednesday night two games to one to gain a spot in the finals in Orange League action. 'The Phi DeIts wonthe first game handIly 15-4 behInd the spiking of Ewddy Wilson, but the TEPs came back behind Al Chepnik to capture the second and third contests 1510 and 15-12. PLAY GRIDIRON GREENBACKS Every Sunday In Th. G5ainesviIle Sun $100 CASH AWARDED Euck Week MODERN .epir SI HEELS A TTACHED S Mini. SOLES A T TACHED ed V Iriorid.' U'w'v,'y hav, Improved, Vt h b 'e ''I of 1hw league. I IbelI,v, we wi I start to 1l01e the gA[p between F Ior Ia a ri thn ri gue'*s top te ms this year.'' The Gators will have .t chance to prove their merit against some of the powerhouses of the SouthSlo sid thinECKentucky, Vanderbiit, and Tennessee are the three strongest teams this year in the league. We play them all." record, Sloan willall upo some o hi top returning lem eri. guards Brooks Henderson and Tom Baxley, forwards Dick Tomlinson and Paul Morton, and cHenters Bill Koss and Bob Ao very muc inhomarhSloan's Ramsey, Gary Keller, and Harry Wirnkier. Ramsey will most likely play center, Keller forward, and Winklet, will alternate between guard and forward. lam >j U t ~r og smit is e'ry 'iefinlttly exporten4P, speel ant tbillity it gUd Id. Hien [uSOP, InI my opinion Is the finest ill -ifundi gu,,rr In 'he league. Bailey Is .*very cipible running mate.'' Sloan said, I think that our |GATOR 4 rerpn(e between gxxd Ibd agriat s.et-,on. IHow they respond will make worlds of rulffnrence to this club.' Practice will get under way on October I') with the first game scheduled oil Dec. 2 against VMI. FOOTBALL SPECIAL! SEE THE GAME iN' CtMIIFlR T Sturdy But Lightweight LPolished Aluminum Frame "0 Water Repelent Covers STADIU SE-A$29 Co. MCollum Dru 1124 W. U niv. Ave. p,,sics nuclea, and pasma physics terrestrial and spaceflht, ,,,ces and *1 jed human aclors Engineers and scientis at Boeing work in small groups. under sopervncrs picked for ability to nspate and promote the idens of the., aciets Iridvidual initlatrne and ability get plenty of exposure That way (Thm cornQpfly CnCOuragCI gradual, studies at leading colleges and universities near Bce ng instaljations 2 Boeing is an equal ogportunity *eIper Y et List Price $4.10 OUR LOW PRICE. F C4' Work with a group worth standing out in. .thewh e e s O ... * * * \ \

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Spell s Trouble Coach's Corner with i topj pbysi.l lp 1W ueamecocks exc pt f C tin ill week with the flu ~pr iiikd ankle. or aVs sad .,,oubttul" Dupree will play norrlW. With Dupree out, JIohn *jer will carry the fullback Trying to stop Florida's so farn-batable machine will be South 2arliila Coach Marvin Bass andi is, Gamecocks. "Florida will be among or top vr strongest ovvonents." said 3a before the season started. South Carolina can operate with in all senior backfield on offense pith Reeves at quarterback, Marty wsen and Larry Gill at the halfpacks positions and Pete DiVenere fullback. IT S --K EReeveI ilrrus rniing~ thu it p. ii i tt th. ball o 3) plm I ur than Brarison. Br foph has .u lited SI v yrus, ,d >hi yet to ing to "The (jam ink,'" I's student paper. The most .rfectiv.' grourid-gslnvwr is hi!at k MIartin Rosen, 6-0, 195, w ho h is pt .iround end fmn I y i in only 21 ca rries. USC has only scored tout MLONE'S S71 --N --2 w U. ii v For U of F SWEATSHIRTS JEWELRY T-SHIRTS MUGS PE NNANTS DECALS We Have Books & School Supplies, Too m I ulti ls thereti I a .>ophomnoie rulltk Jule amith,--1), WI, has gr abted 9 p Ins i-. tot ie iyrds. Rosen snared 1kev. hoie touchdown Lp's.Rpte mjor Lii get is Jl.R. wIltui n. liii19. who tiedl .ch* turglIi, .1nd1has gr bbed1 pIes fur ICC y irds overall. ('s line Is big, and l~ist foe Its site, with high Iitgr.e ofigfe, Iv, ness," said Travis. 15. will tveragt 229 ya tis in the tine, is 'ompareti to Florlda's 217. t'he teiecocks (oAk even bigger when you consider that their ends weigh only 95 and 198. The defensive secondary his played goxod ball, and has Intercepted 6 passes. Florida's talented secondary will be put to a stern test, for Rreves passed for 240 yards a g gains t th-rank.d Nobraska which has been 2nd In the nation in pass defense. Defensive standouts for South Carolina include 6-2, 210, junior center Jon Linder, who was adjudged "'Cock of the Walk"' (best USC player of the week), along with senior Jim Johnson, 6-3, 230 pound tackle for the Georgia jame. [Annie Sears, a junior tackle, 6-5, 230, won the "Cock of the Week'' honor for the Duke game-. Quick defensive backeobt' Bryant, 6-I, 175, must be watched,. The sohpomore returned punts for IS and 42 yeads, and sparked defensively with an Interception I" the end tON' to save the tie with Georgia. RAY GRAVES Spirit Is The Word (ertluily e w.irning pe'rformni 'e has somethIng to d, with the spirit and Ittittide of football f ts but the reverse is .lso true in thjt Winning wpi it his a greet teal t0 do with 1he term's succ'e's. Never iii ill the yetir I've Itwr, issociaelei with toilegr football hive I seth better spirit In. c rowd tli in it l ist Saturlay's ,JO-I 4 victory over Mlssissippl. We deeply apprecIate thi' 2th Man" ini the rorm of sch.oii spirit, It's disturbing I., vi sing Ic. ,ms id V.ry, v. ry en. ouraging to the Florida team. We enter this game F ivored on the basis of our ptfrnmance thus tar thIs se.,son arnd ft ankly I'm w'ri 1*d. South LCiroliiu han a good rotbllteam, danger ous team with in exceptional quarterback in Din Reeve. and bulk Iin both the line and backfield. They hive the adkded advantage of teeing able to sboot the works. They haven't won yet In 1964 aid have nothing to lost, by playing it wide op'n, gambling And loose. I believe Florida will have a slight letdown today, but not a plugEs into the depths of total football ine'ffrttivsinsgs. kit s difficult to reach that plateau shown In the Ole Miss gnme on each end every Saturday, Just as It it difficult for all students to be alert, bright-eyed and full of knowledge each class day. This should be an Interesting game because our offense has Improved each wsek and I believe we are capable of moving the football and Scoring on any defense. South Carolina has a dangerous offense, as mentioned, and if Hoe. is right, and throwing to toy. lk. end J.t. Wilburn, the Gamecock. can move that ball against anybody. It might be interesting to watch the work of our loon.orms end, Charles Casey, aid South Carolina's Wilburn. These are two of the finest p. receiver, in collegiate football and both of them have moves which live defensive backs and bad dr.,na. Any offense, of course, revolves around the quarterback and haviaw mentioned th'. special abilIties of Reeve., the nhilkm's No. 4 passer, I also should say a word abjut our quarterbacks Tom ShanNmn and Stewe spurricir. We are particularly pleased with the efforts of each of 1hw. boy. and sspecialiy pleated with 11w way they have so effectively combined efforts to move our offense. Tommy, who has the *xperLencs edge, has dons an silentt Job of moving th, team early in the game uid feeling out the oppo.Iug team. defense. He has gotfrn us ott onihe right f,,t In evefy game with .om. yItal flrst quarter drives. All this has enabled Spurrner to comic into the gamn. a. well prepared as he coui possIbly be and he has carrIed out Our oUfens. with flair and ability not often *.,n in sophomores. We are certainly looking forward to seelnwgis many of ynu as possible ibis llomecondng we.vkend and hops to ,end you hose *mIling. YA Yamaha AHA B.M.W. ?, 4 I I. Wkuvo4g/LJLV I' 1 8' SP 'ju foi '4 %h Cefee 1425 Ce5225 % Cefrs 5125 4C0ia get plons rsludonts enloroed to show dtafl Game Reeves Story ~1

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