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Vol. 57, No. 32 University of FloridaGainesville Monday, Oct. 19, 1964 ,

THE DEEP SOUTH'S' RNEST COLLEGE DAILY"! I !


'Lightbulb Lyndon' l First Touchdown


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.Johnson gets crowned with a commodeseat by fullback Larry Du-

during lampooning festivities at tie pree from oneyardout.

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of the excellenceof Senate Foreign Relations Commit "A potentially dangerous gap
the people," Is the means of tee. has opened between our produc-
correcting shortcomings and prob- lie addressed the large Friday tion and the consumption of human
Fund Kicks Off lems of the U. S. and the world, night assemblage of state,national, excellence," Fulbrlght said.
U. S. Senator William J. Fulbrlght local and student politicians, political "It the cap U to be closed,
told the 1964 Florida Blue Key leaders educators, facultyand he said, then the young peopleof
Greatest Drive'TOday Banquet. guests on the topic, "Quality America must do It.
Fulbrlght, an Arkansas Demo- and Creativity Challenge to The former president of Arkansas -
crat, is chairman of the powerful Democracy." University refuted the Idea
Is United Fund Day throughout the Gainesville area .
that poverty Is ennobllnr.. u.ut.
and kick-off day for the largest and most Important university- ;
Ing that "when life 1s strugglefor
community fund drive In history according to campus United
bare
survival
there Is little
Fund director, George Corrick.
time... for the higher pursuitsof
"It might Just as appropriately be called 'Open your heart the mind and conscience."
day'," UF President J. Wayne Reitz said In declaring his
support of the effort, "for this Is really the basic message
Fulbrlght noted that Shaw once
of United Fund. This united effort Is
community a compelling
remarked, "I can't talk religion .
appeal for us to open our to a man with bodily hunger In 1
hearts wide to the needs of his .r..." 1
:. others In our communityless
,
fortunate than our- irF "Poverty Is the greatestof
4 selves. I am convinced that evils," Fulbrlght contended,
b our faculty and staff lee "because material deprivation often -
this spirit and will supportthe mean spiritual debasement u
drive fully." well."
. F The combined goal of
the and Health F
University
% .r Fulbrlght pointed to the necessity -
Center divisions Is
of pursuing human'lceU.oc.,
$38,800, with the campus saying It la a necessity U we'
division aiming at $28,800and P are to maintain bumao control over
the Health Center
the effects of modern technologyand
ep $10,000. Howard King, cope with world wide problems."la .
assistant to the provost,

heads the Health Center division. The area-wide goal Is $160,000., no single area of human
On this opening flay of the drive, all 15 of the community activity are the resources of liberal -
service agencies supported: by the United Fund are open to the education of greater Importance:
public so that visitors may see for themselves the work being than in international relations
supported by the United Fund dollars. Fulbrlgnt said.
United Fund literature and Fund cards have been distributed
to unit captains throughout the campus and Health Center division, r iI- The foreign Relations committee -
Corrick reported, and each of them sad their workers are calling e chairman predicted that "tbe
oo faculty and staff for gifts sad pledges. -- clearly predictable course of the
to steady spiral -
arms race open
(Continued On Page 2)) U.S. SENATOR W.J. FULBRIGHT downward Into oblivion.



2, The Florida AlligatorMonday_ Oct. 19, 1964


Homecoming Was Floats, Decorations JokesHC



Winners Jokes Rock Politicos ; I



AnnouncedTrophies t f Hit At LBJ To lUC


glittered on Florida RON SPENCER they say he can get by on
Field Saturday during half-time .f b.y/Fi 1t Executive Editor living vote alone."

as winners In the skit, house eta Keeping on the topic of LBJ]

decoration, and float contests were Three things were in great Lantaff remarked, "LBJ has so
announced and the Elided cups abundance at Friday's Florida Blue much power the Democrats don't
presented. Key Banquet: politics, food, and know whether to vote for him oj
Winners of the fraternity- i r J political Jokes. Of the three, there to plug him In," Incorporating J

sorority skits presented Friday were probably more of the latter. Joke in current vogue in Washing]'
night In Gator Growl were Delta The highlight of the Friday ton circles.

Tau Delta, first place; Delta Phi afternoon banquet of course was
Epsilon, second place and Alpha the main speech presented by "The latest news from the
Delta PI, third place. Arkansas Senator and Chairmanof Goldwater camp," Lantaff continued
Winners In the house decoration the powerful Senate Foreign "Is that If elected]
contests for Men's and Women's Relations Committee J. William Goldwater will make Etsenhowe

Residence Halls were MurphreeHall Fulbright, a senatorial maverick of president.
first place,and Jennings Hall, the opposite polarity than his Lantaff attributed Jestingly
second place. colleague J. Strom Thurmond, quip to UF Pres. J. Wayne Reitz

Winners In the campus division 0 X71 senator from South Carolina, who "We're trying to produce a university
(religious centers) were Catholic 4 was sitting In the audience. ," Reitz is supposed to hav
Newman Club, first place, and Toastmaster for the annual said mistakenly to a Tallahassee
Lutheran Student Center, second meeting of Florida's political audience, "that the football tea
place. minds---young and old alike--- would be proud of."

Chi Omega took top honors In __\o _....,_ 9 was Bill Lantaff, former state and Lantaff reflected that "Years!

the sorority contest, with Phi Mu .SIGMA NU'S first place house decorations national representative. As ago at Florida we used to pursue
coming In second. toastmaster, he adhered to the learning, but now the kids lea
Sigma Nu capped the Number One theme of the banquet and liberally pursuing."
spot In fraternity (Orange League) sprinkled his long list of Intro- He cited the case of a youngster!
Decoration Contest, with Kappa ductions with Jokes In a politicalvein. Florida. student bemoaning his
Alpha coming In second. $ grades to his father back home.!

Blue League fraternity winners A few of the better ones follow: "My grades are below water!
were Delta Upsilon, first place pr "Lyndon Johnson Is doing so Dad," junior is said to have re-J

and Phi Gamma Delta, second. well," Lantaff exclaimed, "that marked.
Overall winners chosen were "What do you mean,"questioned
Chi Omega, most humorous and the father?"
Kappa Delta, most beautiful. WSA Workshop "Below C-level," retorted the|
In the float contest, Delta Tau punning son.Lantaff .
1 The Women's Student Asso-
Delta came In first In the Orange
ciation (WSA) will hold a work-
League, with Sigma Alpha Epsilon continued, remarking!
for sororities Monday
second and Kappa Alpha third.In shop that "Goldwater said he was bl-|
Oct. 19 to discuss communi-
,
the Blue League, Delta Sigma lingual. He didn't say what the
cation problems within the sor-
Phi came In first. second language was," the
orities.
Alpha Epsilon Phi took first toastmaster added,"but rumorh
will consistof
The Workshop
honors In the sorority float It's what he meant to say the
the presidents and WSA representatives -
division; Hume Hall in general first time."
of each.'sorority
organizations division; and Delta '
'i4; and the executive board of WSA.
Tau Delta in the clown division. PLAY

4w&L News SummariesJohnson GRIDIRONGREENBACKS

Mayor May __
and Goldwater, the
men and the issues, will be

Turn GOPThe highlighted on an hour-long Every Sunday In The
A telecast tonight at 9, WUFT-

city of Gainesville can look TV (Channel 5). Three NBC Qamesville Sun
.I newsmen, Kester Markel, Max
forward to having Its first Republican -- ---
mayor of this century SIGMA CHI clowns raz-m-tazz and create a general Frankel and Tom Wicker will CASH
$100
discuss the
relevence of
following the Nov. 3 general elec- uproar during Friday's Homecoming parade on West Uni- tical current poli-
polls, events In
tion If Mayor Howard T. McKin- AWARDED
versity Ave. Vietnam and developments in
ney goes ahead with his announced
Red China for the Each Week
past 15 years.
his affiliation
plans to change party -
from Democrat to Repub- United Fund
lican.

McKinney's decision became (Continued From Page 1))
known accidently during a con-

versation when the mayor greeted The drive on campus and In the Health Center will continueon
We allmake
U. S. Sen. Strom Thurmond at the the same schedule as the area drive, running through Oct.

Gainesville airport Friday. The 31. Corrick expressed the hope, however, that campus captains
mayor was introduced to the South would try to move toward an earlier completion their solicitation a
Carolina senator as "A man who efforts. mistakes. .
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Is going to do as you have done." Both cash gifts and pledges will be received by United Fund 1 r 1: 1 ,

The mayor had earlier made workers, but pledges are particularly being sought.
public his endorsment of the Republican _., ----
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I Johnson Calls For Peace; I




Barry's Cause Is 'Moving'


WASHINGTONUPI)-President Johnson urged WASHINGTONUPI-Sen.. Barry M.Gold water,
strength and "steady vigilance" among freemen who says his cause Is now "moving" enter
last night In the face of upheavals In the the last two weeks of presidential campaigning -
Communist world. He also called on Commu- with his prospects seemingly Improved
i nist China to sign the nuclear test ban treaty. but with a GOP victory still doubtful.
As for the Soviet Union he said the United The Arizona senator resting yesterday, hits
the campaign trail again Tuesday. After stump-
States was willing' to Join It In working to

prevent the spread nuclear wea- Campus Cop ing Tuesday in Maryland and Wed-
pons to other nations which do not nesday In Pennsylvania he files
have an atomic arsenal. Gator Bait back on Thursday to the West 1
Johnson In a televised speech, Coast and to President Johnson's
also said he stands willing to South Carolina Game home state of Texas. He com-
cocks weren't the only ones
talk with the new Soviet leaders plained Sunday of a slight cold.
this weekend.
Gator-bitten
\ You SEEN YouR If It would help the cause of Campus policeman CecilC. Goldwater ended his seventh
peace. Goad was also Bator.bait
week in Ohio
on Saturday where
The President arranged to make when he was nipped by an
the broadcast as a means of informing alligator he was trying to he forecast an election victory and
? said "I have felt such
5fMINol REPRESENTATIve never a
the American people about return to Its Lake Alice
the dramatic events which occurred home yesterday afternoon. surge In grass-roots movermentin
on the world scene the last The alligator was reported my life." Dut he remained the
few days. They were highlighted on the road In frontof admitted "underdog" although his
by the toppling of Nlkita Khrush- the veterinary science crowds were big and enthusiastic.
chev as premier of the Soviet labs and appeared to have
Union and Red China's first nuclear been In a fight with another Goldwater's seventh week clear-
test explosion. alligator One leg had been ly was shaped by events-both bearIng -
Johnson stressed that the United bitten off, according to the on points which he regardsas
States must continue policies of campus police. his principal campaign asset
strength and good sense. Goad was assisted by and liability. He was bearing down
Sheriffs Deputy J. P.
Chaney when the accident hard on his "scanddal the White
GATOR CLASSIFIEDSGet occurred. Goad was holding House" theme when news of the
Things Done the alligator by the tall, Walter W. Jenkins morals case
j Call 3763261Ext. and Chaney was holding a broke last Wednesday. Jenkins,
leg when the gator turned who resigned was a special assistant -
SF 2832 and snapped at Goad's hand. to Johnson.
1ido Goad was taken to the
e emergency clinic of the J. Although Goldwater's aides took
Hlllls Miller Health note of this obvious political break
Center, where he was Goldwater insisted he would not
5tC1'Collettie treated for three mention it unless a security breachwas
Icz1t
lacerations of the right Involved.

hand and was thbn released. .
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NEW YORKUPI-Herbert C. Hoover' latest serious Illness,
No war clause Hoover, 31st president of the his fourth in two years, was disclosed ,
UnitedStates, was stricken with in a medical bulletin released -
4LL \ :: YOU CAKISUV i, .Exclusive benefitsat massive Internal bleeding yesterday morning at Ms
I yesterday. lie was critically 111 suite in the Waldorf Towers. At
special rates but reported in no pain. that time Lepoje said that Hoover

Deposits deferred Doctors gave the 90-year-old was putting up a "remarkable"
ALSo SUE IN until former president transfusions to fight for a man of his years.
earn-
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ings increase blood be was losing. former president became 111

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guarded especially In view of the urday. lie said that two doctors
Call George Corl Mel patient's advanced age," Dr. besides Lepore have been at
Michael Hoover's chief Hoover's bedside sine: then.
J. Lepoje,
Ward Ken Werth at physician, said in a mid-afternoon me aid, Nell MacNell, said
376-1208_ medical bulletin. Hoover has been mentally alert
and has "never ceased to main
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about him."
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Page 4, The Florida Alligator, Monday, Oct. 19, 1964OPINI@N THE ROAD TO EXCELLENCE? 1




Trimonster




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Yes, Virginia, There Is

Dear mister editor:


I'm Just a little girl. My mommy said that there was a big,

old, ugly trimonster that might get me, but other peeple say
there Isn't. Is there?


Virginia
*



Yes, Virginia, there Is a trimonster. We hate to admit It, 3 .

but It's so. Your mommy Is right. It might "get" you if you'renot n.

careful.

The trimonster lurks In secret, dark places where a student

might wander, such as extra-curricular activities, social life

and areas of service to the campus and community, not to mention

how he sneaks Into the library stacks to pounce upon the unsus-

pecting student as he tries to do outside research or reading.

And really watch out, Virginia, around exam time. That's 'Face The Facts'EDITOR

when the monster raises his slimy paw, ready to clobber any ED..O.S

student who does not obey his mandate of long hours, no sleep :

and strict dedication to the books.

We are sorry, Virginia, that there Is such a thing as a tri- Let's face the facts. Why should the fraternity 1'-: '' .

monster, but you'll learn as you grow older that you will find the system have to be put on the defensive when It

spirit of such a creature almost everywhere you go. This is is without a doubt the greatest source of spirit,

/ because the trimonster lives within the hearts of men. contribution to the campus, and medium for

.Whenever find men In high offices more concerned at
you leadership this University? A Job Well Done But...
1 with becoming re-elected than with the good of higher education, ,

you will find the monster lurking.
By WALKER LUNDY
.Wherever you find people wanting an "education" for the There are no sound reasons why we shouldbe Editor

I money they will earn rather than for the knowledge they will threatened, forced into self destruction by

learn, the monster Is able to abode. an overly severe,hypocritical, committee whose
Let us begin by thanking Blue Key and all
.Whoever is willing to let our universities turn Into diploma members have undoubtedly been guilty at one
those who worked so tirelessly this past year
mills, with hurried-up programs, Instead of seats of learning, time or another of actions similar to the ones
to make Homecoming 1964 a s pIe nd1t1c success.
,
harbors the monster. that to
they are Judging, or obligated apologizefor
We feel succeeded far better than past
.Whenever state funds are allocated by our representativeson acts that we really do not believe are they any

a sectional basis rather than on actual need, the monster rears wrong. I am sorry that we must bear the Homecoming weekend we have seen.

its ugly head. burden of guilt for being a fraternity man, and We often criticize certain groups on campus
and it would indeed be
their
.Wherever you find people who Institute a program and are that we must bury our heads, and hide our for shortcomings
too to admit that the in extremely poor taste U we did not compliment
proud they are wrong, monster will exist. pins.
.Whoever allows political pressures to Influence them and them when compliments

their decisions on education Invites the monster to stay. were due.
.Whenever rote memorization replaces reflection and I pledged a fraternity to enjoy good fellowship, The people -- from
to provide me with a training ground for leader- Homecoming director
understanding because of the lack of time, the monster sneers
his knowing smile. ship, and to help me grow Into a man. I did not Norwood Gay all the way

I pledge a group that Is apparently expected to down to the sorority girls
I .And, wherever you find any of the students, faculty,
administrators and public who are apathetic toward the condition act like a church fellowship, and has to walk who typed letters every
Into their houses with their heads held In afternoon on the third floor
of higher education, the trimonster will not only live and survive,
but will procreate more monsters of a different size and shape, reverence. of the union--deserve the

but Just as deadly. thanks of the student body.
Homecoming UF-style isbet
I say to the powers above, U you don't wantus I considered. me South-'s

the way we are, bury us, and put us out of
.' 1\ h tiZti :. .\ :\ ++cr; .\ LUNDY and this year, we feel, was
W\ b.. 'i.JTODAY'S the misery of dying a slow death, because U
no exception.We .
QUOTE we should change as desired, fraternity will bea
word without a meaning. have, however, one major suggestion.
After seeing five consecutive Gator Growls,
"The road to success Is filled with women pushing their It Is our opinion that perhaps time has come
husbands Charlie Plumb 4BA
along. ,
for a re-evaluation of Growl.A .
football stadium filled to the brim with

Epigram Homecoming weekend merry-makers Is no time
Lord Thomas Robert Dewar for
Super Censored H.C. :
-- a speech commeratlng the fiftieth birthdayof

UF's Honor System,
The FloridakVLLIGATORj
e
-- a folk-singer who can't be seen by mostof

EDITOR: the crowd much less heard.

-- cutting the "pep rally" part of the programto
In regards to a "super-censored H.C. one cheer because of lack of time,

program," I think that It's about time for a n a spot-light director who couldn't seea
Served by United Press International
Gator Growl Committee to be consistent In Its
hand In front of his face,

Editor. . . . . . . .Walker Lundy viewpoint. -- and several other acts that weren't at all

Managing Editor. . . . . . .Joel Gaston suitable for a football stadium.We .
Executive Editor. . . . . . .Ron Spencer Each year at the skit chairman meeting, think a Gator Growl with more cheeringand
the committee emphasizes the fact that would be
Assistant Managing Editor. . . . .Nancy Brachey obscenity more skit-type entertainment
Assistant Managing Editor. . . .Dave Berkowitz In the skits will not be tolerated. Yet every more liked by the student body. The studentsand

Editorial Page Editor. . . . . .Ed Barber year the majority of skits in pre-growl tryoutsare the audience in general became restless

Sports Editor. . . . . . .Glenn Laney far beyond the point of 'risque-ness." during parts of Friday's Growl because some

City Editor. . . . . . .Skip Haviser And every year at least one or two of these of what was presented was Just not stadium-

Campus Living Editor. . . . .Jackie Cornelius skits are seen in Growl. Consequently, each type entertainment.Let .
year the Growl Committee's warning on us end on a compliment to the Growl

Editorial Assistants -- Bruce Dudley, Tova levine, Jim obscenity Is Ignored.It's people. We had advanced billing that the skits

Castello, Ann Carter, Don Federman, Donita Mathison, Sam had been censored down to plain water: and that
"
Ullman, Ernie Lltz (Circulation Manager), Stan KUlpCartoonlst). sad that In order for a skit to be the "punch" had been edited out as"vulgarity..
entertaining It must be
conceived In the
gutter. We thoroughly enjoyed all four skits and for
It's a shame that the Intelligence of the
studentson the first time did not have to feel ashamed for
Reporters -- Patti Pltz (Student Government Beat Chief),
this campus Is so low that
no humor be
Joe Kollln, Bob Golub,Joe Waldorf,Sharon Kelley,Yvette Cardozo. can certain off-color remarks made In them.
found above the level.
risque Fallacious
Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard, Lee Alexander, Agnes Fowles, Fran This Is the thinking? For the most part, the vulgarity was missing
of
Snider, Thelma Mossman, Bill Sadowski, Marjorie Green, Evan type thinking that seems prevalent and it didn't distract from the skits at all. A Job
on each
campus homecoming.Why .
Langbein, David Kennedy, Marilyn Brlcklln, Liz Brewer,Gretchen well done and a trend we hope will continue.we

VandenBerg David Ropes, Terry Roger, Susie Halback Joan ? Because the student body has hope both students and visitors had

Gaston, Pam Brown, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, Beverly had a chance to give approval to a clever never opportunity to read closely the "trimester

Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seltz, Bunny Goldberg,Kathi Blaney, clean program at Gator Growl, and the student yet section" of last Friday's Alligator. It very

Sue Dobbie. body never will until the Growl Committee completely told the story of what the trimester
has done to the state's system of higher
and the skit Judges make their words and
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper education.The .
actions consistent. It's about time that the
of the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly people In Alligator did not attempt to slant the
charge of Growl either what
except during May, June and July when it is published semiveekly. mean or mean what they This lay Is the they section. We thought if interviews were presented

', Only editorials represent the official opinion of The way Gator Growl will say. only without bias that the true defects of the system
ever get out of the garbage
Alligator. Columns represent only the opinions of their authors. can. would become evident.

The Alligator is entered as second class matter at the United We think they did. Our wish now Is that

States Post Office at Gainesville. someone, somewhere In the complex systemof
Kathy O'Donnell. 4ED
this state's political system would believe us.







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Thurmond Speaks At Airport Monday, Oct. 19, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5



aF Barry Should Be A Demo


-

BRUCE Staff DUDLEY In Gainesville for UF Homecoming. feel far more at home" in the programs being proposed he
Writer
Arriving 30 minutes late, the Republican Party, according to said. "Unless the country Is turnedIn
senator was greeted by Sen. Thurmond. a different direction we are
Ninety per cent of
the South approximately 30 supporters Thurmond said he switched headed right for socialism."
would vote for Sen.
A6 4 water Barry Gold- meekly yelling We Like Strom." parttas despite warnings from Thurmond said the Democratic
in
the Presidential race if About five of the shouters were "nine-tenths of his advisors" thatit Party started toward the left In
he were a Democrat, according to of voting age.Thurmond. might hurt his chances for 1960 when the party platform was
r South Thurmond.Carolina Sen. Strom said the Republican reelection.The "a blueprint for socialism."
Party was now the conservative return to power of the He said this was a result of Sen.
has"But to now is the time a man party of the nation and many people Republican Party Is the only thing Hubert Humphrey getting the
put himself
above
the were going to feel "out of place"in that will save the country from platform committee to take out the
party the Democrat-turned-
the left-wing Democratic Party. "socialistic dictatorship the states' rights plank and replacing
Republican announced at a press Senators Spessard Holland, senator said. it with the civil rights' plank.
i' conference at the Gainesville
"" Richard Russell of Georgia and "The country Is in a crisis of The senator said more people
Airport Friday. The senator was Harry Byrd of Virginia "would big spending and disarmament would be changing parties since

the line of succession In the
--- Democratic Party Is Pres.LyndonB.
MARY ARLISKAS reignedover Johnson, Sen. Humphrey and
the Homecoming festivities Faircloth Urges PassageFor Robert Kennedy which would lead
the nation farther to the left thanit
this weekend. She
has ever been.Thurmond .
a was elected Homecoming i refused to commenton

sweetheart and rode in the Regents Amendment the change of power in Russia'
government and the resignation of
parade and was presentedat
Walter Jenkins, one of Pres.
Gator Growl and at the Johnson's aides.

halftime of the football Earl Faircloth, attorney general-elect of an antiquated administrative organization "That remains to be seen, andI
Florida, called upon Florida voters Saturdayto further complicated by overriding political wouldn't want to go into It right
game. pass Constitutional Amendment 2 -- the controls," Faircloth said. now," said Thurmond, when asked
Board of Regents Amendment--In the November Faircloth said the 1963 Legislature passedthe If the ousting of Nik1ta S.
3 election. Board of Regents act to remove the board Khrushchev would have an effect
PLAY Speaking to the Delta Theta Phi legal fraternity governing Institutions of higher learning from on the November election."I .
breakfast during UF Homecoming festivities, political Interference and manipulation."The have no comment on the
GRIDIRONGREENBACKS Faircloth declared, "This amendment Is one of key to the successful Implementationof Jenkins' affair," said Thurmond."It .
the most Important and far-reaching issues on this act Is the institution of nine-year terms speaks for Itself."
the ballot." for members of the board charged with this

Every Sunday In The responsibility," Faircloth said.:
Faircloth said the Space Era Education Study He added, "At this crucial stage In Florida's Blue Key

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I I I From The Pressboxwith LSU. Fla.-Still Undefeated

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I o Vols, 19-8. The aggressively alert gave the Bengals a 17-7 lead, and
'Bama linemen blocked two punts the staunch defense put up by
i GLENN LANEY DICK DENNIS and forced two Volunteer fumbles. LSU did the rest.

I Sports Writer Steve Sloan, subbing for Namath,
4 Sports Editor Florida State jumping off to a
l turned the two blocked punts into
The 1964 football season has
10-0 lead their
I'PJN.-- quick saw margin
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reached Its halfway mark with touchdowns, and used one of the vanish as the Georgia Bulldogs
i three Southeastern ConferenceSEC fumbles to set up a field goal. scored 14 points.
Gator football team 1 Louisiana State's Bengals
apologize.Yes ( ) football powers still withouta Trailing 14-10 late in the fourth
it still is true you have a very rough schedule. A real hair blotch in their loss column. battered the fading Wildcats of quarter, FSU quarterback Steve

raiser, but every team you meet has a rougher schedule than you. The three are Alabama, Florida Kentucky, 27-7. LSU defender Tens hit end Fred Blletnikoff for

Why? and Louisiana State. White Graves picked off a third an 11-yard touchdown pass. Tens!
Because they have to play you. Third ranked Alabama, with quarter pass by Kentucky quar- threw 14 completions for 193
They have to put up with the fancy dan running of Jack Harper. quarterback Joe Namath still terback Rick Norton on the LSU yards.

They have to try to run through Murphy, MacLean and Rlchbourg. favoring a knee injury, used one-yard line, and ran It back for
They have to defense one of the most potent one-two quarterback Tennessee miscues vanquish.the _99-yard_ touchdown.White's romp The Vanderbilt Commodores
punches In the nation. recorded their first touchdownsof

What other team has a Captain who could do what Larry Dupreedid the season in defeating George
Saturday. Washington 140.In .

Dupree did not dress out for one practice the entire week before other action involving SEC

.I the game. He was weakened by the flu and a gimpy leg. Yet, when teams, Mississippi State crushed
his fine sophomore replacement, John Felber was injured, he came out-manned Mississippi Southern
racing into the game to score a touchdown. .the hard way. .right 48-7, thereby running up their
up the middle. What will that boy do If he ever gets completely healthy? highest point total In five years.

It takes a real good team to get up for a powerhouse like Mississippiand Hoyle Granger, Mississippi State
run them off the field as the Gators did a week ago. It takes a fullback, highlighted the action by

great team, though, to get up for a loser like South Carolina and play powering for 96 yards In just nine
I the kind of ball Florida did Saturday. carries.
t I Sure, some people will point to the second half and say "Well, Behind 3-0 at halftime, Georgia
\ gosh they played kind of sloppy." Tech'came storming back to drive

k ) 1 will make a deal with you team. If you go Into the fourth quarter 80 yards for a fourth quarter
j leading Alabama 35-0 you can play as sloppy a ball as you want to. touchdown to defeat Auburn 73.
i There Is no doubt In my mind you will beat Alabama. You have a lot Quarterback Jerry Priestley and

,] of things going for you besides your ability to play winning football. end Mike Fortier collaborated to
For Instance Walker Lundy covered your locker room Saturday.You spark the drive, and then climaxedIt
haven't lost a game since he started covering your locker room on a six-yard pass play. Auburn
this season. I will'be at the 'Bama game with the same coat and tie, quarterback

same shirt, same shoes, same socks, same everything I have worn Elsewhere in the rough SEC

to every one of your games so far this year. .1 mean how can you race, moody Mississippi edged

losel! r wlnless Tulane 149.
I On a more serious note Bear Bryant Is waiting for you. He has e Hungry Tulane, scenting victory
been out to get you ever since you upset his undefeated applecartlast over the still-stagger Rebels

year. t of Mississippi, almost dealt "Ole
But 'Bama hasn't played the caliber of team the Gators have this 4 Miss" their third defeat of the
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far this year. If they want to be a representative team against :: score of 149.Northwestern.
Florida they better have their best ready. .and going at full speedl! ; also fell to defeaton
Even then that probably won't be enough. !
,, a missed two-point conversion,
Only one thing can give Bear Bryant a win next Saturday. -' --
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Pride. STEVE SPURRIER fires one of during Kellermann's touchdown passes of
; His team has to be spirited enough to play over their heads to beat many passes
'f 49 and 53 yards, outlasted North-
South Carolina
Don
Florida. game as Knapp supplies pro- western, 28-27.
No team has been able to do It so far. tection. (Photo by Bob Ellison) Kansas came roaring back on the

.. 1't last play of the game, to recordits
-- first victory over Oklahoma
t "A good all-around effort by Fine Effort-Graves No sound, no calls of "wait till since 1946, 15-14. Jim Grisham,
both offense and defense. A very next week" came from the South Oklahoma's All-America fullback,

efficient, workmanlike g am e.We Carolina dressing room as the ran and blocked the Sooners
weren't up for this one like we -< team prepared to leave Florida through a big 14-point second

were for the Mississippi game,but Field after playing what their coach period and a 14-7 halftime lead.
we still played a fine game." Worst Game-Bass said was "one of the worsf games Kansas quarterback Bob Skahan
this team has played In quite a engineered the victorious drive of
This was the way Florida head "
while. 91 which started with 47
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coach Ray Graves summed up the
Marvin Bass, Gamecock head seconds left in the game. He swept
1 Gators 37-0 of South
trouncing
coach went a step farther. "Wedidn't end for the final 26 yards and
i Carolina. * * block, and we didn't tackle. Mike Johnson scored on the,two-,

When asked to pin down the That's what happens to you when point conversion.
biggest factor In the gameGravessaid you don't do those two Virginia's Cavaliers pulled off

"I guess you would have to Football FrolicsSouth fundamentals." the coup of the season when they
say It wa lour offensive Bass said Florida obviously trounced Army 35-14. Virginia's

ball-control. We kept the pressureon outplayed his boys. big guns exploded for 20 pointsIn
Carolina had the tables through a normal pre-game warm-
their defense for a good partof "Florida has a well coached the second quarter.
turned on them In more than one up of punting, passing and line-
the game. football team. They do everythingwell. Eighth-ranked Arkansas struck
on Florida Field Saturday. contact work.
way
J Graves also had words of praisefor First, they took a solid 37-0 trouncing And then things started happening. Today the offense was good, for the biggest upset of the season,
but the defense was terrific. That
the defensive unit. He said, from the Gators during the knocking number one-ranked
Spurrier (Steve) boy. .we thoughtwe Texas winner of 15 consecutive
"The boys put a good rush on their game-and second, they took a six- The punter fell flat on his pos- ,
quarterback Dan Reeves. I thinkIt minute trouncing before the game terior while booming out a long had him stopped a couple of games, off the list of unbeaten,
threw his passing and timingoff. for a trick which the Gamecocks one..the back downfield to return times, but he" ducked away from by a count of 14-13. Texas coming

This was Reeves' worst after- originated six years ago. the punt took a flying tumble Intoa our tacklers, Bass praised. back for two last quarter touch-

noon this year." About six years ago, the Game- hedge.. a halfback leaped ontoan "No we didn't have any special downs scorned ,the extra point
When asked to name specific cocks submerged hapless Clemsonin end's back and they flew pig- plans for Casey," Bass went on. kick for a tie and tried a two-

players who starred In the game, a pregame ceremony the likes gyback down the field after a pass "We planned to alternate covering point pass converslomltfellshort.
Graves called the contest a team of which has seldom been seen ending In a jumble of loose arms him with one man and then two as In other upsets around the nation

victory and added you couldn't by running a fake team of Clemson and legs as the ball reached them. we have with standout ends on the once-proud Michigan State
pick out stars.However Tigers onto the field and putting On a statue of liberty play, with teams we have played already this suffered Its second consecutive
I Graves did mentiontwo them through a "warm-up" of Impossible two halfbacks coming around to year. I think we only had one man defeat, this one coming at the
players whom he thought had maneuvers and foul-ups.,. pluck the ball from the quarter- covering him when he caught the hands Indiana,27-20.Rich Badar

played a great game. And Saturday, Phi Gamma Delta back's hand as he faked a pass, long touchdown pass from led Indiana's attack. Steve Juday,
I Craves said, "Jack Harper Is fraternity did the same for South the three collided In a flying Jum- Spurrier. He sure is a fine one." stellar Michigan State quarter-
I now a better player than I thought Carolina. Bass said he thought It would bea back, did manage to complete 16
be would ble.In "real bang up game" if Florida of 20 passes for three touchdowns,
be. Ills long touchdownrun About an hour before game time, other action, a pair of line
was comparable to Marcus some 30'Gamecock players and Nebraska could get together. but a pass Interception and two
the line
men played patty-cake on ,
Rhoden'c dash and "The two teams are very similar fourth-quarter fumbles spelled
'Ca1n.st:5, stormed onto the field for pre- fieldedthe
and return specialist
a punt
I that Card (Jack). \te played his game practice complete with ball beautifully with the top In many respects," be said."Both doom for the Spartans.Fifthranked .
: usual fine defensive t "ne. I don't coach. They gathered at the 80- teams are big and fast. Both have Michigan fell
{\ play Jack because be'a \xvtie but yard line, huddled, broke Into a of The his head.whole thing only took about a lot of good backs and good before the passing of Purdue
Bob Griese
quarterback and the
t he's good. receivers.
because their
yell and went Into warm-
Phi
six minutes climaxing as the
Thinking about Alabama MA motions. The Gamecocks have traditional stubborn Boilermaker defense, by
week Graves, commented, "South up Up In the press box, Tom Price, Gams, at a signal, went Into afor- rivalries Coming up la their next a score of 21 to 20. Michigan
Carolina wore red and so will lpatts publicity director for South mation, spelled out FIJI, bowed few games. They nave to play gambled for two points and lost
and dashed off the field.
Alabama. Beyond that there aren't Carou?, said, ujnat Isn't our North Carolina and North Carolina after quarterback Bob Timberlakewent
many similarities. Alabama will team." And all during the warm-up, State. 54 yard for a late fourth

of k, be the best team we have faced Other knotnt members of the they were cheered lustily by the "We will just have to quit giving quarter touchdown. Griese passedfor
so far. A victory over them could press said, "0* vas It Is." few South Carolina fans attending, the opposition too many cheap 66 yards and a touchdown to
make the difference between a To the ever-presentcry of and booed with the same enthusiasm touchdown If we expect to break Jim Morel, and hit Randy Mlnniear
"Gator Bait the Carnto the via column Bass said. on a three-yard touchdown pass.
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Florida V01. 57, No. 32 University oF Elorndo,GomesvitleM TH DEEP iSCUTH'S FINEST COLlEGE DAILY'__________ N 'Lightbulb Lyndon' es. .Johnson gets crowned with a commodeseot during lompooni nq festi vi ies at fe John~ Marshall Ba, Association skits Sotur/ day morning. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) -4 r S19. '964 First Touchdown *. .S punched across b> tul bock Lorry Du pree from one-yard out .It was the first of severe' for the Unbeaten Gotors Saturday .See stories ond more pictures Pages 7-8. (Photo Ron Sherman) on by Fuibrigh Theme. Toany is United Fund Way throughout the Gainesville area and kick-off day for the largest and most important universitycomn.snity fiand drive iin history according to campus United Find director, George Corrick. "It .1ght just as appropriately he called 'Open your henrt day','' UF President J. Wayne Rteltz said In declaring hi, suwport of the effort, "for this Is really the basic message of United Viad. This wilted community effort ks a compelling appeal for us to open our hearts wide to the needs of others in our community less fortimate than ourselves. I an. convinced that owr faculty and *tafl lee! this spirit and will .umport th. drive Mily." The combizd* goal of the University and Health ente divts amn i division dimitw at $28,800 and the Health Center $1,0. Hn~ rd King Stress "Cultivation of the exrellence of the people," Is the moans of correcting shortcomings And problems of the U. S. and the world, U. S. Senator William J1. Fuibrlght told the i'964 Florida Bhue Key Banquet. Fulbright, An Arkansas Lemocrat, I. chairman of the powerful Senate Fo ri Reid tans Comnmit t".4* II. addrens.d the 'avg. Friday night .lswmnbi4g of stale, national, local and student politicians, po.litU .3 leaders, *ducators. faculty .hd guests on the topic, "'Quality and Creativity: Challenge to Democracy." ~a-. 'A jstentiL.Uy daogeru. gap has opened between our produchuhn and the coasumpion, of human excellence," Fulbrigt said. 'if the gap is to be closed, he said, then the yowsg people of America must d, It. lh. former president of Arkansas Unaiversity reftd the Id. that poverty Is .maobllag, assert1r4 that "When U.f is a struggle for bare survival there is little time. for lb. higher pursuits of the mind jund conschecc." Fulbrlght noted that Sb. onc nemsrked, "I can't talk religion to a man with bodily huwger iin his .y.', 'Poverty is th. gneat.s at .vs, Fuibrtght e.c.ad* "becs. msteri dSprivatloa tIen Ifl**M iplrtbl debasement as Fuibrighi woised to the neea Iq i S a mnuity ifl are to saldhis huma codtrol over t Sled of mon hcnsOl me wthwoldwde probM e. Excellence A A t ** ona.

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Homecomin gWas 1fC Winners Announced Trophies glitt'red on florlii field Saturday during half-tIme as winners In the skit, house decoration, and float contests were announced and the gilded cups presented. Winne rs of t he fraternitysorority skits presentedI Friday night In Gator Growl were Delta Tart Delta, first place; Delta Phi Epsilon, second place and Alpha Delta Pt, third place. Winners In the house decoration contests for Men's and Women's Hsidence Halls were Murphree Hall, first place~andlJennings Hall, second place. Winners In the campum division (religious centers) were Catholic Newman Club, first place, and Lutheran Student Center, second place. Chii Omega took top honors in the sorority contest, with Phi Mu coming in second. Sigma Nucapped te Number One spot in fraternity (Orange League) Decoration Contest, with Kappa Alpha coming in second. Blue Leaga. fraternity winners were Delta Upsilon, first plac% and Phi Gamma Delta, iccood. Overall winners chosen were ChII Omega, most humorousand Kappa Delta, most beautiful. In the float contest, Delta Tau Delta came In first In the Orange League, with Sigma Alpha Epsilon second and Kappa Alpha third. In the Blue League, Delta Sigma Phi came in first. Alpha Epsilon Phi took first honors in the sorority float division; Hume Hall In general organizations division; and Delta Tau Delta in the clowt, division. Mayor May Turn GOP The city of GaInesville can look forward to having its first H.publican mayor of this century following the Nov. 3 general election If Mayor Howard T, McKlnney goes ahead with his aimowiced pian to change his party affiliatIon from Denwcrat to Republican. McKlnney's decis ion became known accidently during aconversatlon when the mayor greeted Ui. S. Sen. Strom Thurmond at the GaInesvIlle .ir port Friday. The mayor was introduced to the South Carolina senator as "A man who Is going to do as you have done." The mayor had earlier made public his endorsment of the Republican candidate for president. Asked about his statement, McKinney verified that he will register as a Republican when the registration books reopen alter the general election. Floats, Decorations, Jokes Hit .SIGMA NU'S first place house decorations SIGMA CH I clowns fmz-m uproar during Friday's Homec versi ty Ave Un ited -tazz and create a general coming parade on West UniF und (Continued From Page 1) The drive on campus and In the Health Center will continue on the same schedule as the area drive, running through Oct. 31. Corrlck expressed the hope, however, that campus captains would try to move toward an earlier completiono! their solicitation efforts. Both cash gifts aid pledges will be received by United Fund workers, but pledges are particularly being sought. COL LEGE EST ATE MASTE R The outstanding insurance investment and disability plan offered oniy to cilege seniors and graduate student. t '. Bill says: "We beheve that comporison is our strongest point, so don't foil A to judge our program for yourself." At Rock LBJ RON SPENCER Executive Editor Thr things werw In great abunditice it F[idaiv's Floridi Blue Key Banquet: politics, food, and political jokes. Of the three, there were probably more of the latter. The highlight of the F r Ida y afternoon banquet of course was the main speech presented by Arkansas Senator and Chairman of the powerful Senate Foreign RelatIons Committee J. William Fuibright, a senatorial maverick of the opposite polarity than his colleague J. Strom Thurmond, senator from South Carolina, who was sitting in the audience. Toastmaster for the annual meet ing of Florida's political mlnds---youlg and old alike-was Bill Lantaff, former .qtate and national representative. As toastmaster, he adhered to the theme of the banquet and liberally sprinkled his long list of Introductions with jokes in apolitical vein. A few of the better ones follow: "Lyndon Johnson is doing so well," Lantaff exclaimed, '"that WSA W orkshop The Women's Student Association (WSA) will hold a vmrkshop for sororities Monday, Oct. 19, to discuss communication problems within the sorrThes.Workshop will consist of the presidents and WNSA representatives of each sorority and the executive boardof WSA. News Summaries Johnson and Goldwater, the men and the Issues, will be highligh ted on an hour-long telecast tonight at 9, WUJFTTV (Channel 5). Three NBC newsmen, Kester Markel, Max Frankel and Tom Wicker will dcuss the relevence of politclpolls, current events In Vietnam and developments In Red China for thepastisycars. Jkes Politico To 'UC s / they saiy he i i living vote alone." Keeping on thr tip I Lantaff remilked,, much power the Dpnm{,e know whether to vote o to plug him ''," Incort
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Johnsor Barry s iCalls Cause Fo Is r Peace; I tMoving I ~I. .4 HMe You SEMiNoLE SEEN a' e Ig si d YouR REPRESENTATIVE? St y SMLL BE At I-JI Hus You CAN INJ (U a -. >) k'l gilae thc fit.' uhe ot hid. to Nigi tin little T lest As tot the \ovitt thin. he stiI Stair. was wing14 to 4ctin it in prevent the sprIeid of nuclear .i' 9ptNs to oihs, nations which do nct haVt II Jtomht esnl. Johnson, ini i televised speech. also stid he ,tand% willing to talk with the ine.w Soviet leaders The President arranged to make the dramatic events which otcurved a,, the wrld %cene the last few days. 'They were highlighted by the tolppling of Nikita Khrnsh(1hev 's pre mite of the Soviet I nion and Red (hinI's S rrst nuclear test explosion. Johnson sti essed that the United Stiles must continue policies of strength and good sense. GA TOR CLASSIFIEDS Get Things Done Call 376-3261 E -t 23 N/ C -\-/ cti' cqu4 m d *No war c ause *Exclusive benefits at special rvtes *Deposits deterred imtil your earn.ings increase CAN YOU QUALIFY?9 Call George Carl Ward -Ken Werth 3763208 a Me C n Vn1e .1s I' t e n iou b In tri s the I jilted wol king tI NE W YoitK(IIPI) -lie r b. r I C. houver, Jl~t presldlnt of the UnItetiW uts, was trlikktl with massive Internal blecalitg yesterday. He was critically ill bat reported in no pain. Doctors gave thu. 90-year-old former prealdenit transft.Ins to replace the "Iarg. amounts'' of blood he was losing. patient', advanced age," Dr. Michael J. Zaoos, Hoover'. chief physician, said in a mid-dtenoon medical bulletin. It FL A. UNK)N BAR BER SHOP Basement Of Fia. Union Open: 8-5 PM M-F 8-12 PM Sat. r ProfeSSional "ii wit it ', w emninjily improvedi Mt wth K'L'I vlItel s pill ioubtrful. Iih,'C ImiptignTiIr ii again I'u 'daiy. A ncr itumapi' ltay in aylma an WeCoast aid to President Jo*,nson'. homn. state of r'eta. H le tomip1.line ( Sunday of light cold. G oldwater e ndled his seventh wk In ion Saurday where stirge in gi ass -totit. moverment in, my lie."' hut he remalnwd ih. admitt,'d "utierkog" although his trowdb r. big ad enthusiastic. lGoldwaI.'r's seventh week clearly w as shapedl by tytnts -both tearIlg lin plxutS which hr r,'gard. is his principal campaign asset anti liabIlity, lie was boa ring down hard iin his 's.,giktal in th. Whtte I oust.' thinm, whin hews of th Walter W. lookin. morals case bruks hust Wednesday. Jenkins, who rsignid, was a special alt taut to Johznston. Although Goldwater's aides took nkit,'ofthis obvious political break (joltiwat.l Iiinist.'d lie would not mclniion it unlts, ,, ecurity brearh was Invulvad. lloov. r' latest se rious illfes%, hls fourth In two y.ars. wan disclosed In a medical bulletin reIeased yesterday morning at hii. suite In the Waldorf Towers. At that tinme, lspoj. sdid that Hoover was putting tp a ''" akal' fight for a man of his years. One of Hoover's aides sadd the former p rnaid ent becdm. lii urdy. lb said that'o oc.r besgIdes Iajwre isv. een at Hoover'. bedside since then. Vbe dide, Nell MacNeil, said Hoover has bor-n intafly alert and has "never ceased to maintamn a keen Interest In Affairs about him." tast February, Hoover was stricken with being from his right kidney and a piiimonury infactlon. In August, 1942, he had a malign--t lIittu-mor r-moed ,i ,urpr, and i. Ja. 1283 h. suifored intenal bleeding and anemia. At that time, doctors sahis recovery was mila-HEELS ATTACHED S Mini. SOLES ATTACHED 15 Mini. t Two Location '4 Campus Cop Gator Ba it SoilthI ( arolina ,amiecocks wr't thnyk ou' C aflpis uicenil il C. Goad was also gator -bait when he win nipped by an him. yesterday afternoon. The alligator was rep'' ted on the road In front of the veteri nary sei ise labs and appealed Iii haVe beuin in a fight with another alligator. )une leg hid be,'n, bitten off, at cot ding to the campus pxlire,. Goad was assisted by ,Sheriff's Deputy I. P. (haney when the aceit occurred. Goad~a h1%lldiig the ,dligaioz by the li, and Chancy was holding a leg, when the gator turnibt and snapptidat Goad's hand. Goad was taken to the emergency clinic of th1J. Milii Miller lleuith Center, whtre he wis treated for three tac.rationn of tlht right hand and was then re leased. SLJYC Hoover Criticali PrognosisGuarded I

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P J Vi 1etrriistel i-ditoi: rN t rIIlI:I, In, ju.A A little girl. Mly old,* ugly trimnonste r th. t mi there isn't. is there' fl fmmTJy gbt get '4< $ I LmGfl$ -MnION 4 <4Atll rc sail me, thAt their' was a but other pe.'ple big, *;y Virglind Yes, Virginia, there is a trimonster. We hale to admit it, but it's so. Youi mommy Is right. It might 'get' yru if you'r* not careful. The trimonster lurks in secret, dark places where student might wander, such as extrai-curricular activities, social life aid areas of service to the campus and community, not to mention how he sneaks into the library stacks to pounce upon the lisllspeeting student a' he tries to do outside research or reading. And really watch out, Virginia, around exam time. That'% when the monster raises his slimy paw, ready to clobber any student who does not obey his mandate of long hours, no sleep and strict dedication to the books. We are sorry, Virginia, that there Is such a thing as 4 trimonster, but you'll learn as you grow older that you will find the spirit of such a creature almost everywhere you go. This is because the trimonster lives within the hearts Of men. Whenever you find men in high offices more concerned with becoming re-elected than with the good of higher education, you will find the monster lurking. ...Wherever you find people wanting an "education'' for the money they will earn rather than for the knowledge they will learn, the monster is able to abode. ...Whoever Is willing to let our universities turn Into diploma mills, with hurried-up programs, instead of seats of learning, harbors the monster. ...Whenever state funds are allocated by our representatives on a sectional basis rather thin on actual twed, the monster rears its ugly head. .*Wherever you find people who institute a program and are too proud to admit that they are wrong, the monster will exist. ...Whoever Allows political pressures to influence them~ and their decisions on education invites the monster to stay. ...Wbenever rote memorization replaces reflection and understanding because of the lack of time, the monster sneers his knowing smile. ..*And, wherever you find any of the students, faculty, administrators aid public who are apathetic toward the condition of higher education, the trimonster will not only live and survive, but will procreate more monsters of a different size and shape, but Just as deadly. TODAY'S QUOTE 'The road to success is filled with women pushing their husbands "'Ong."' Epigram Lord Thomas Robert Dewar I -IV rEuc~ EDITOR : Let's tice the fats. Why should their eternity system hive to b' put on the defensive when it is without a doubt the greatest source 2f spirit, contribution to th' campus, and medium for leadership it this Iniversity" There are no sound reasons why we should be thretenedI, forced Into self destruction by an overly severe, hypocritical, committee whose members have undoubtedly been guilty at one time or anmthpr of actions similar to the oine that they are judging, or obligated to apologize for acts that we really do not believe are wrong. I am~ sorry that we must bear the burden of gulilt for being a fraternity man, and that we must burn out heads, and bide our pins. I pledged a fraternity to enjoy gocd fellowship, to provide me with a training ground for leadership, and to help me grow into a man.!I did not pledge a group thAt is apparently expected to act like a churt t fellowship, and has to walk into thelt houses with their heids held in reverence. I say to the pors above, if you don't want us the way we are, bury us, 'ndl put us out of the misery of dying a slow death, because if we sol ch ang a~ desnigred, fraternity will be Charlie Plumb, 4BA Su31'' 4 tIShiiIg 114 EDITOR: In rgards to a program,"' I think that Gator Growl Committee viewpoint. *Super-censored it's about time to be consistent ft. for a in Its E ach yea r at the skit chairman meeting, the committee emphasizes the fact that obscenity In the skits will not be tolerated. Yet every year the majority of skits in pre-trowI tryouts are far beyond the point of 'risque-ness." And every year at least one or two of these skits are seen in Growl. Consequently, each year the Growl Committee's warning on obscenity is ignored'. it' s s ad that in order for a skit to be entertaining it must be conceived In the gutter. It's a shame that the intelligence at the students on this camp.s is so low that no humor can be fownd abo'e the risqu, level. Fallaciousthinkigg? This is the type of thinking that seems prevalent on camps each homecoming. Why? Because the student body has never 9 3#6 By WALKER LUJNDY Editor Laet us begin by thanking Blue Key ui'1 those who worked so tirelessly this pL~t to make Homecoming, 1964 a splendif Ic
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MARY ARLISKAS reigned over the Homecoming fes rities this weekend. Sh e '< elected Homeco m t ng Qt ator Growl and at the naiftime o f th e football qamr .Q Barry ytte I~g I I' t sio~m' ii at Sitt) L -~) ( Should I,' A IL [I RIt.e H Irt it~t twe oft Gofia i LIt' I \ it n 'w ud Be im Iimo Repubttuitt* A ft. pw I tsI w Demo 'f tlir thing rio 15 iii rtis tfC I,. it wi lii, 'wtbti i tilt' lii rigdith pl nk Iiih. avii ri *,atLm ud Is shiglIg L na' (-I Mura t r"suit & sing tdre i rt I. oin in he lut ,it Ropule ii o coerinc Au ppi t P ri PLAY G RIDI RON G RE E NBA CK S Every Sunday In The $10 CASH AWARDED Fairc~o For Regents Iin Iir luthi"to"L"P gl"""r il","I-tt I f F lurId, .1a1.] tipoj Ploridi Voterm S ituirday to p,', COiSttutlhmal Amietdmieinl -th Board of Iegtnts Amenieilnut --iintNovtrmbvr 3 election. Speitu" t ii il" "'" hIetaPhI legd ft ateruilty breakfast Iuirhig ITT lormet uriiig festivities, F .ir n 011 iclired, "fThPm Ifmtfndmllt 'S Onl, of th lm' npotn a"^d fir-ri" cl'ui n' Ls"siw"s "" thr ballot. F air' bth s'aid the Spa',' Era Education Studky Committee's reprt in 1963 elea y pointei to the nlied for changing the comptositiun and dut Ie' (it the board which .dm Ini star' Florida's staie-supupirted institutions of higlhei leairlning. Onr ttaut-, tsuciiounI and ecornhia tutu:e are directly nea.11ted Ito the conttining development of un hligher <catlon,.l ,estnm indl thi'. development Is prisenitly stifliti by Passage Amendment "" 'U Id das Is org In o fuatthtr Itomiplic.itta1 Iy ovilrrdlrng pcIlittl cortia" 'I'' airs lth sikd. F Ii luth aiuti lih. 1;A I gislituIi, pitii Ih. LBtanti or IRegeits tt tO letmove Iih'Ie lxrd gos.rnirig luHtitutiomw If higher lt'Irni44 from lb.h key to thtt si' t sful Im~plnewutatot "'tilSii I'li iii.4'l'"t""tii "" tue-year t'nt,, for membnlrs of thai board c harged with thit respusibiiity .9 FaIr lot h si d. lie added. "At this ( utitI stgt in Ftidlit.' development with thepop;ul.tion mdnd uustrIal growth wi are a.x p. nit'tc lg .i d s pe, t to conitinuw, with th, young ip.opia of is st,'e demniidling and dse vling thn "fIuest ilgher educatonal optm it nirs ava liable inl t Iii, nation, It Is imiperativi that we mlOvI' lii mlovi' quickly to rectify tw funatitl (1fli nil u .Adm~~ImStr tail of higher eijuciatin." lDtlmqm rilr I' tti) I.s IrN. yuidkm B. Iohcwoi, Sin. ltumiphr.'y tind I knudyue wht wu lomeid "t th'aT bnil. b en n Swnuin't want tip g, Into it right If tihe 0LIst lg 4f Nikita S, Kha wshchpv would hive .in effect on Iii, Novmbh'r eiCtiaii. "I have nii 011mmtent p I thIt -It ,4A~.ks (ii It,4f.'' Blue K ey API)IIC.III4IL rut membsrshiv in Lo Ioi.,a lu Key, honorary vIl.tli it tho F/lorid, tindon inftahlatlitn Itsk .Lh.,dluw tot Nubi iotn It iplell itlitns IN 'civ. I, 1)61. $28,071. 44 The average life insuranc tially larger once that yo size PanAmerican C01llege Estate P0,n started by UF students hN yeor i, fot 3.While most PACE Pian policies aic smaller than $28,C/l .44, there resm You see, with thePACE Plan you are able to select both the m id and the gimo Feel best suits your needs. $28, that unt o ou are Nh student, nking about starting here are a few of the your Hife in many odvo surance program ntages aoiable while still in school, and wo you with the PA CE you are a senior or gradulan. You mliy Mutt rour griite--'VIL if YOU IruR nm kou, pragr im wIl I M il on a teferrecl pratflIm b I'. now, while ,iilI I:. hoo, und Ivfsr lih, priemiumus until nftir you IIenL gr ildute s Ihodl. I 1%?! I Ii laj inly LtE J Ar t hl dfler'in jalIc ia, that you ml.y ,tart our praigr tnm will the va ge Ii ,lIhga Ieipdiduii [m il' alPl eIgnmt ttII fi rjj atals ii pokkatlnhk, jni nut juid those of *1)IVIL)\IS--The I'mr-Arrt n i I I It. Is i *ylnlj om any riwnje by our poll. yowniers; thrrpforp, at sp1>1 1XHuSie u lpi uH K TI rml f I \r WN k as PA 11f '1 IIAs TI) STogxIIOII It, There ore many other features about the of thePA CE Plan is such that we c buying your life insurance. PACE Plr, ommrend you n that appeal op around"' to the careful buyer. and compare policies In and fact, the superiority companies before For further details about trePA CE elan TEN ANSWERS YOU SHOULD KNOW BEF INSURANCE, contact your local PACE ,and a free copy of ORE BUYING LIFE Plan representative. Urge if Sen. t he ut tile If y ate 0/I t 44 of ale substanSlife isu,~1~ o ~' b s

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JACK HARPER R start of 73-yard I sprints post Gamecock defenders on ouchdown baunt and jump as everybody's up in air over John Feibor run. (PhtobyRon Sherman) (Photo by

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C From -t -Crimson The Pressbox GLENN LANEY Sports Eda.,r Odtor football team I apologize. Yes It still Is true you have a very rough schedule. A reil hair raiser, but every team you meet has a rougher schedule than you. Why? Because they have to play you. They have to put up with the fancy dan running of Jack Harper. They have to try to run through Murphy, MacLean and Richbourg. They have to defense one of the most potent onw-two quarterback punches In the nation. What other team has a Captain who could do what Larry Dupree did Saturday. Dupree dId not dress out for one practice the entire week before the game. He was weakened by the flu and a gimpy leg. Yet, when his fine sophomore replacement, John Feiber was Injured, he came racing into the game to score a touchdown. ..the hard way. ..right up the middle. What will that boy do If he ever gets completely healthy? It takes a real good team to get up for a powerhouse like Mississippi and run them off the field as the Gators did a week ago. It takes a great team, though, to get up for a loser lke South Carolina and play the kind of ball Florida did Saturday. Sure, some people will point tc the second half and say "Well, gosh they played kind of sloppy." I will make a deal with you team. If you go into the fourth quarter leading Alabama 35-0 you can play as sloppy a bail as you want to. There is no doubt In my mind you will beat Alabama. You have lot of things going for you besides your ability to play winning football. For instance walker [undy covered your locker room Saturday. You haven't lost a game since he started covering your locker room this season. I will -be at the 'Bama game with the same coat and tie, same shirt, same shoes, same socks, same everything I have worn to every one of your games so far this year. ...1 mean how can you losel On a more serious note Bear Bryant Is waiting for you. He hag been out to get you ever since you upset his undefeated applecart last year. But 'Bama hasn't played the caliber of team the Gadors have this season. They have been getting by with their second string quarterback so tar thIs year. if they want to be a representative team against Florida they better have their best ready. ..and going at full speed! Even then that probably won't be enough. Only one thing can give Bear Bryant a win next Saturday. Hi team has to be spirited enough to play over their heads to beat Florid. No team has been able to do it so far. ''A good all-around effort by both offense and defense. A very efficient, workmanlike g am e. We weren't up for this one like we were for the Mississippi game, but we stIll played a fine game." 'Tis was the way Florida head coach Ray Graves summed up the Gators 37-0 trouncing of South Carolina. When asked to pin down the biggest factor In the game,Graves said, "I guest you would hav, to say It was our offensive ball-control. We kept the pressure on their defens, for a good part of the game." Graves also had words of praise for the defensive unit. He said, "The boys put a good rush ontheir quarterback Dan Reeves. I think it threw liii passing and timing oft. This was Reeves' worst after noon this year." When asked to name specific players who starred in th. game, Graen called the contest a team victory and added you couldn't pick wut stan. However, Graves did mention two players whom h. thought had Played a great pm. Graves said, "Jack Harper is COw .better player than I thought he WOI4A be. is long touchdown IS WIS emarable to Marcus Pthdeds dash .gaiast us, and that Card (Jack). Me played hi usual flm sb~lw gg I don't L SU, Fla. DICK DENNIS Sports Writer re Il hedj 1:.tilfwa milk with lthre Southeastern C ortferenre (SEC) football powers still without Sblotch in their loss column. The three are Alabama, Florida and Louisiana State. Third -ranked Alabama, with quarterback Joe Namath still favoring a knee injury, used Tennessee miscues tovanquislxthe otev. Sieau, ,.bbing tot N im ii, turniud the Wi wk l k. d pjunts mnt, t(Juchld( 4[l and used one ct thi fumbles to set up a field goal. LOuisiana S t. t 's BengaL battered jihe fadir.g Wildcats of Kentucky, 27-7. LSU defender White Graves picked off a third quarter pass by Kentucky quarterback Rick Norton on the LSU one-yard line, aid ran it back for a 99-yard touchdown. White's romp STEVE SPUR RI ER fires one of many passes during South Carol ina game as Don Knapp supplies protection .(Photo by Bob Ellison) Fin EfotGrove Worst Game-Bass Footbll Folic South Carolina had the tables turned on them in more than OntO way on Florida Field Saturday. First, they took a solida'7-O trouocing from the Gators during the game-and second, they took a sixminute trouncing before the game for a trick wtich the Gamecocks originated sIx years ago. About six years Ago, the Gamecocks submerged hapless Clemson in a pregame ceremony the likes of which has seldom been Sn n by running a fake team of Clemson Tigers onto the field and putting them through a "warm-up' of impossible maneuvers and foul-tips. And saturday. Phi Gamma Delta fraternity did the same for South Carolina. About an hour before game time, some 30 Gamecock pl aye rs stormed onto the field hor pregame practice complete with coach. Thbey gatbered at the 50through a normal pre-game warmup of punting, passing and linecontact work. And then things started happening. The punter fell flat on his posterior while booming out a long one.the back downfield to return the punt took a flying tumble into a hedge. a halfback leaped onto an end's back and they flew piggyback down the field after a pass ending in a jumble of lonse arms and legs as the ball reached them. On a statue of libetty play, with two haifbacki coming around to pluck the ball from the quarterback's hard as he faked a pass, the three collided In a flying jwnble. In other action, a pir of liieme plyd aty-cake on the Ii., ari a pit retunspecalstflede the ball beautifully with the top nf hit hMad. No sound, no calls of "walt till next week' came from the South Carolina dressing room as the team prepared to leane Florida Field after playing what their coach said a--"one-ofthe-worst games this team hag played in quite a while."' Marvin Bass, Gamecock head coach went a step farther. "We didn't block, and we didn't tackle. That's what happens to you when you don't do those two fundamentals.'' Bass said Florida obviously outplayed his boys. "Florida has a well coached football team, They do everything well. Today the offens, was good, but the defense was terrific.'Tat Spurrner (Steve) boy. .,.we thought we had him stopped a couple of times, but he ducked away from owr tacklers," Bass praised. "No we didn't have any special plans for Casey,"' Bass went on. 'We planned to alternate covering him with one man and then two as we have with standout ends on the teams we have played already tis year. I think we only had one *.fl covering him when he caught the long touchdown pass from Spurrner. He sure Isa fine o." Bass said he thought It would be a "real bang ipganme"if Fbrid and Nebraska could get together. "'Tue twotams are wry similar in many respects,' he said."'Dcfl Flortddi Stat' lmpitg off to junck ID -0 hU d, s.w their mTarginh vanish is the Georgia Bulldogs scored 14 points. Trailing 14-to late in the fourth quarter, FSU quarterback Steve Tensi bit end Fred Biletnikoff for an Il-yard touchdown pass. Tensi threw 14 completions for I 93 yards. The Vanderbilt Commodores recorded their first touchdowns of the season in defeating George Washington 14-0. In other action involving SEC teams, Mississippi State crushed out-manned Mississippi Southern 48-7, thereby running up their highest point total in five years. Hloyle Granger, Mississippi State fullback, highlighted the action by powering for 96 yards in just nitne carries. Behind 3-0 at halftime, Georgia Tech came storming back to drive 80 yards for a fourth quarter touchdown to defeat Auburn 7-3. .Quarterback Jerry Priestley aid end Mike Fortier collaborated to spark the drive, and then climaxed it on a six-yard pass play. Auburn quarterback Elsewhere in the rough SEC race, moody Mississippi edged winless Tulne 14-9. Hungry Tulane, scenting victory over the still-staggering Rebels of Mississippi, almost dealt "Ole Miss'' their third defeat of the season, before succumbing by a score of 14-9. Northwestern also fell to defeat on a missed two-point conversion, as Miami of Ohio, behind Ernie Kellermant's touchdown passes of 4 n 5$ yars, outlasted NorthKansas came roaringbackonthe last play of the game, to record its first victory over Oklahoma since 1946, 15-14. Jim Grishanm, Oklahoma's All-America fullback, r a h and blocked the Sooners through a big 14-point second period and a 14-7 halftime lead. Kansas quarterback Bob Skahan enginee red the victorious drive of 91 yards, which started wIth 4? seconds left in the game. He swept end for the final 21 yards, and Mike Johnson scored 00 the twopoint conversion. Virginia's Cavaliers pulled off the coup of the season when they trounced Army 35-14. VirginIa's big guns exploded for 20 points in the second quarter. Eighth-ranked Arkansas struck for the biggest upset of the season, knocking number one-ranked Texas, winner of IS consecutive *anies, off the list of unbeaten., by a count of 14-13. Texas coming back for two last quarter touchdowns scorned the extra point kick for a tie and tried a twopoint pass cooverslo.tllbort. In other upsets aroumltlwmntm. o nce -proud Michigan Stat. suffered its second coosecetive defeat, this oiu coming at the hmns of Indiana, 27-20. Rich~adar led Indiana's attack. Stewe JC7a, s tella r Michigan Stata qurterback, did malege to couplet. 16 of 20 passes for three buchds, bit a pet. iitercepioc and tno hourt-quarter fumbles spelled doom flor the Spartaus. F._ifth-r faaked Nlchiganbhll Tide Rides High -Stil Undefeated rS i m le s t 'p rt 'I 0 a c LIw. p u