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Burns keeps 2 in Regents lineup

TALLAHASSEE Gov. Haydon
Burns announced the retention of
two former board members, John
C. Pace of Pensacola and Dr.
Wayne C. McCall of Ocala, along
with seven new appointments to
the University Board of Regents
yesterday.
These appointments are repre representative
sentative representative of the areas of community
interest and every geographical
section of the state, said Burns.
He advised the new Board against

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Richer program staged

By EUNICE I. TALL
Staff Writer
A formal three hour program
protesting the dismissal of human humanities
ities humanities instructor Ed Richer from the
UF faculty was staged yesterday
from 11 to 2 p.m. in the Plaza
of Americas by Freedom Forum
students.
While such faculty members as
Dr. Richard McCleary, Dr. Mar Marshall
shall Marshall Jones, and Dr. Michael Levy
spoke to a gathering of approx approximately
imately approximately 200 students, Richer ming-
WEISSMAN

Reitz appoints group to improve calendar year

By JANE YOUNG
Staff Writer
UF President J. Wayne Reitz
has appointed a special committee
to recommend on improved aca academic

China threatens invasion

TOKYO, (UPI) com communist
munist communist China declared today
it is ready to send our own
men** into South Viet Nam to
fight American aggressors"
if Communist Viet Cong guer guerrilla
rilla guerrilla leaders ask for help.
The Red Chinese did not
specify whether the men would
be regular troops or vol volunteers."
unteers." volunteers."
Wednesday, Soviet
Communist party leader
Leonid Brezhnev told a crowd
in Red Square that many Soviet
citizens were volunteering for
military duty in North Viet
Nam.
The Peking warning raised
the threat of a Korean war wartype
type wartype intervention by the

The crowd at the Richer Rally* yesterday.

making any changes in the Board
staff. He emphasized this when he
said Dr. Broward Culpepper would
remain as executive director of
the Board.
The Regents, appointed for stag staggered
gered staggered terms, are: Chester Howell
Ferguson of Tampa, lawyer, nine
years; Dr. Louis C. Murray of
Orlando, physician, eight years;
Floyd T. Christian of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, educator, seven years; Henry
Kramer of Jacksonville, six years,

led with the crowd, his associates
and members of the Freedom
movement.
He listened intently to the speak speakers
ers speakers in his behalf.
Folk singers, and guitarists at attracted
tracted attracted passers-by as they walked
through the Plaza on their way
to and from classes.
The so-called keynote speaker
of the morning was Steve Weiss Weissman,
man, Weissman, a 25 year old staff member
of the Students for a Democratic
Society who just recently partic participated
ipated participated in demonstrations at the
University of California at Berke Berkeley.
ley. Berkeley.
What Pd like to talk about is,
Who is qualified to make policy?
Not only in a university but else elsewhere,*
where,* elsewhere,* said Weissman, indirectly
referring to Richers case against
the administration.
Once we can deal with ideas,
then we can ask who is qualified
to judge whether someone is a
good teacher, he continued.
To date the administration has
said that Richer has been dis dismissed
missed dismissed as professor of humanities
because of certain academic in insufficiencies.
sufficiencies. insufficiencies.
You, as students, should de demand
mand demand that the administration be
honest; that it should give some
reasons for its actions. The fac faculty
ulty faculty should ask why the admin administration
istration administration should make certain de decisions,
cisions, decisions, then the students should

demic academic calendar to the University
Senate.
This committee hopes to be
able to bring its recommendations
to the April meeting of the Senate
in order to provide advice to the

Communist Chinese. Armies
of Red Chinese volunteers"
poured across the Yalu River
to drive back the U. S. and
South Korean forces as they
approached the border during
the Korean war.
The threat of possible mili military
tary military intervention in South Viet
Nam came in an editorial in
the Peking Peoples' Dally,
the official publication of the
Chinese Communist party.
We are ready to send our
own men whenever the South
Vietnamese people want them,
to fight together with the South
Vietnamese people to
annihilate the U. S.
aggressors," the editorial
said.

Clarence L. Menser of Vero Beach,
five years; John C. Pace of Pen Pensacola,
sacola, Pensacola, four years; Dr. Wayne C.
McCall of Ocala, three years, Clif Clifton
ton Clifton C. Dyson of West Palm Beach,
two years; and Mrs. E. C. (Car (Carolyn)
olyn) (Carolyn) Pearce of Coral Gables,
one year.
Dyson is the first Negro to be
named to any agency regulating
the state university system.
Mrs. Pearce is the second wo woman.
man. woman.

ask the faculty who is a good
teacher and who isnt. I think
those are your rights, Weissman
concluded.
Weissman who received his
Masters in European History, and
was a student at the Berkeley
campus until recently. I want
to be a teacher, but until you
can talk about ideas at a univer university,
sity, university, you have to talk about them
somewhere else.
Another speaker yesterday was
student leader Cathy Pierce.
See RICHER on p. 2
RICHER

president while the coming session
of the legislature is still in pro progress,"
gress," progress," said Dr. Franklin A. Doty
chairman of the committee.
Reitz has been asked by Gov.
Haydon Burns to recommend a

We Chinese people," the
editorial continued," respond
to the statement of the South
Viet Nam Liberation Front
Viet Cong and will Join the
people of the whole world in
sending all necessary
material, aid, including arms
and all other war materials to
the heroic South Vietnamese
people."
The editorial was in
response to a statement issued
Wednesday by the Communist
South Liberation Front, which
is the political arm of the Viet
Cong guerrilla army. The
front had declared that all
negotiations with the United
States on the Viet hiam crisis
See CHINA on p. 2

The Governor did not designate
the chairman, but the position
would be filled by election by
the nine Board members in an or organization
ganization organization meeting.
I probably will recommend a
chairman, but I will let the Re Regents
gents Regents take the initiative, said
Burns.
Burns said he chose Pace and
McCall because of their experi experience
ence experience on both the Board of Con Control,
trol, Control, which the Regents replaced

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year-round academic calendar.
The American Association of
University Professors (AAUP)and
the president of the Student Body
have been invited by the com committee
mittee committee to cooperate with them in
order that a maximum opportunity
for the communication of ideas on
the subject may be exploited, said
Doty.
The local chapter of the AAUP
had previously appointed a
committee of its members to study
the calendar question.
Doty explained the difference in
the selection of an academic cal calendar
endar calendar and a system. One can
have a quarter calendar and still
earn semester credits. On the
other hand, a quarter calendar
becomes a quarter system when
quarter credits instead of semes semester
ter semester credits are earned. This in involves
volves involves a different system of sched scheduling
uling scheduling class meetings within, the
calendar as well as different
lengths of class periods. In this
sense, the trimester calendar
could be geared either to semester
credits, as it is now at the UF,
or to quarter credits, as some
people have urged/* Doty said.

January 1, and the former Board
of Regents appointed by former
Gov. Farris Bryant, and because
they would afford an orderly
transition and element of contin continuity"
uity" continuity" to the new board.
Burns said he regretted that
he was unable to appoint an ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural expert to the Board
as he had planned.
The new Regents still face con consideration
sideration consideration by the State Board of
See REGENTS on p. 2

Thursday, March 25, 1965

Effective teachers and well wellmotivated
motivated wellmotivated students can together
probably make almost any calendar
system work. What we are aiming
at is a calendar system that will
present the fewest roadblocks and
most encouragement to the kind
of teamwork I am suggesting is
what is at the heart of our op opperatlon
peratlon opperatlon here/* Doty said.
There are a couple of very real
parentheses within which the com committee
mittee committee must work/* Doty added.
One of these is the fact of the
Christmas season and what
it means in our cultural pattern.
Another is the public school cal calendar
endar calendar and the necessity of being
able to offer graduate work for
teachers at a time when they
can attend the University/* Doty
said.
There are also considerations of
climate, temperature, and vacation
patterns in Florida, Doty said.
If education is the overwhelming
imperative that everyone is claim claiming
ing claiming it to be, then perhaps, with
a little assist from air-condition air-conditioning,
ing, air-conditioning, we can ignore some of these
later in devising an effective year yearround
round yearround calendar system/' he said.



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, The Florida Alligator! Thursday/ March 25, 1965

| Forestry (
( Banquet I
:< lon Walker, Director of ::
:$ Public Relations for the
International Paper Company, $
$i will be the speaker at this
|* years School of Forestry
jij Awards Banquet which will
be held tomorrow at 7 p.m. :*
5 in the Holiday Inn. %
Seven awards will be pre- $
:* sented by distinguished men
:£ connected with forestry. The
awards include: J. B. Adkins
Award, Newins Ziegler::*:
Award, Royonier Corporation
Scholarship, Ring- Power ;j:
6 Corporation Scholarship, So- |
g ciety American Foresters
g Award, St. Regis Paper Com- |
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'Sigma Tau Sigma: academic Peace CorpsWirtala

Sigma Tau Sigma is a sort of academic Peace
Corps to help students who are having trouble
with their courses, according to Assistant Dean
of Men Arnold E. Wirtala.
Free tutoring for UF students is the forte of
this organization which is sponsored by student
government.
Os the students which we take on, about 85
per cent pass their courses with at least a C or
D, said Wirtala.
Os course some make A's too, he smiled.
All tutors are volunteer undergraduate students
who have at one time had a 3.5 overall average and
who must maintain at least a 3.0 average all the

Continued from p. 1
at this moment were utterly
: useless.*'
The editorial did not specify
[ whether the men the Chinese
| were prepared to send into
I Viet Nam were volunteers or
i regulars.
The Communist South Viet Viet:
: Viet: namese Wednesday called for
[world wide support of the
[struggle to drive the United
[States out of South Viet Nam.''
The Chinese editorial
[supported the Viet Cong appeal ;;.v
[and added: U.S.imperialism :[:[:[
[will never succeed, by:[:[:[
[escalating the war, in forcing [::[
[the South Vietnamese people [:*:![
[to stop fighting." [:[:[:
[: The United States has been :[x[
[engaging recently in what :[[:[
[ Washington terms limited" 's,
[ escalation of the war. It [:[::
:[ began a series of bombing [:[:[:
: raids against North Viet Nam x-

RICHER
Continued from p. 1
Student Government should de demand
mand demand that the administration tell
us what the truth is about the
Richer case. If we're making fools
out of ourselves over these pe petitions
titions petitions for this man, let the ad administration
ministration administration tell us/' she urged.
I'm ashamed that there are
not more people, student leaders,
who are not interested enough
in this protest to find out the
truth. They're so afraid of what
might happen to their position
that they're afraid to express their
views," she said*
Jack Zucker who acted as chair chairman
man chairman of the program stated, that
the protest was against adminis administrative
trative administrative policy in general and in
particular with the Richer policy.

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CHINA

in February, and in the last
week the raids have been
stepped up to daily attacks.
The Americans also moved
a brigade of 3,500 Marines
into South Viet Nam early this
month to protect the strategic
base at Da Nang from which
many raids are launched.
Just two days ago it dis disclosed
closed disclosed that it also was allowing
Vietnamese troops to use non nonlethal
lethal nonlethal vomit gas against Viet
Cong troops.

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time. The tutors must also make an Ain the courses
that they will give help in.
Students who request a tutor first go to room
203 of the Florida Union where they fill out a simple
request sheet.
The next step is an interview with the President
of Sigma Tau Sigma, Carey D. Ser. The main
reason for the interview is to ascertain if the
student is really interested in expanding his know knowledge
ledge knowledge in a course as well as improving his grades
or if he is just looking for someone to help him
cram for a test.
We are not organized just to help students
cram for progs, said Mrs. Linda Levi, the secretary
in room 203.

Continued From p. 1
Education in accordance with the
law creating the Board of Regents.
The nine will be presented at
a meeting on Tuesday of the Board
of Education.
If approved, commissions will
be issued dating from March 30,
he said.
Burns listed these partial
reasons for his selections:
Christianl see in Mr. Chris Christain
tain Christain (Pinellas County School Su Superintendent)
perintendent) Superintendent) a bridge to the gap
that has long existed between junior
colleges and the four-year,

REGENTS-

degree-granting institutions.
Mrs. Pearce**A superior
representative of women in Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, experience in organization
activities and administrative pro processes.
cesses. processes. She received the one year
term, he said because next year she
will move to Washington, D. C.
to become National President of

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If he is accepted, the student becomes a tutee.
The volunteer tutor is mailed what information
we have on the tutee, they are given each other's
addresses, and thats it for us,*' said Mrs. Levi.
Usually we never see them again and don't
know until the end of the Trimester when we
check the records over at Tigert how they made
out,'' she said.
It has been a slow Trimester,*' said Mrs. Levi.
So far we have only eighteen students being
tutored.''
Most of the requests for help are from collegians
who are having trouble with their C courses,
especially the math, chemidtry and physics said Wir Wirtala.
tala. Wirtala.

the General Federation of Womens
Clubs.
Dyson...lt is most difficult
to find a businessman with such
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ching teaching background. Dyson taught
school in Mississippi and Alabama
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FELLOWSHIP
The Florida Christian
Fellowship will hold a meeting
and discussion on Is Christ
Relevant Today? 7 p.m. Friday
March 26 at 509 N.W. 19th Lane.
Rides will leave the Florida Union
at 6:45 p.m.
QUAKER WEEKEND
Put your beliefs into action.
Work in slum housing, eat, sing,
talk, at the Quaker Weekend Work
Camp Friday and Saturday, March
26 and 27 sponsored by the
Gainesville Friends Meeting. Con Contact
tact Contact Richard Hiers, Ext. 2219.
SIGMA DELTA CHI
Sigma Delta Chi will hold a
smoker at 7:30 p.m. tonight in
Johnson Lounge, Florida Union.
SIGMA TAU
Sigma Tau will hold election
of officers at 7 p.m. tonight in
Room 512, Engineering and
Industries Building.

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Thursday, March 25, 1965, The Florida Alligator,

FINE ARTS DAMES
The Architecture and Fine Arts
Dames will meet April 6 at 8
p.m. at the home of Mrs. D. L.
Wilmot, 1232 N. W. 36th Drive.
A motorcade will meet at the
University Womens Club on West
Newberry Road at 7:30 p.m. For
further information call 376-0164.
FRUIT CROPS
The Fruit Crops Club will meet
tonight at 7 p.m. in Room 105,
McCarty Hall. Dr. Popenoe,
director of the new Tropical
Research Station will speak and
show slides. All Interested
students are invited.
STREET DANCE
The Florida Union Board will
sponsor a Street Dance March 26
from 8-12 midnight in the street
on the south side of the Florida
Union. In case of rain the dance
will be held in the Social Room
Florida Union. Disc Jockey Stu
Bowers will be master of cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies and admission Is free.

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See that building? ft
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ft don't go there (Nevada) its
ft too far away. And those girls :£
won't be there either, they'll ft
ft be right here, on campus, "in ft:
£ the flesh." £
$ Other entertainment will ft:
ft include two bands, a Casino ft
jft Party, a special (in the flesh) ft
strip show plus lots of £
prizes, drinks, and human ft
£ flesh. £
£ See you there Saturday, in ft
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SIGMA ALPHA ETA
Sigma Alpha Eta will hold a
banquet and installation of officers
Saturday March 27 at 6 p.m. at the
Holiday Inn Motel.
GATOR GRAS
Tickets for the Gator Gras
Variety Show are on sale at the
Information Booth across from
the Hub from 10 a.m. 4 p.m.
COUNCIL
The Council for Exceptional
Children will meet today at 5 p.m.
in the private dining room of the
Florida Room, Norman Hall. Dr.
Goldman will speak on
"Emotionally Disturbed Children"
directly after a short business
meeting and election of officers.
EUROPEAN CLUB
The European Studies Club will
hold an organizational meeting
March 26 at 8 p.m. in Room
208, Florida Union.
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z The Florida Alligator, Thursday, March 25, 1965

/#% THE FLORIDA
(wgjH ALLIGATOR
Served By United Press International
ERNIE UTZ STEVE VAUGHN JOE CASTELLO
Editor-In-Chief Managing Editor Executive Editor
LOU FERRIS ANDY MOOR
Editorial Page Editor Sports Editor
VlimtNT
Hats off
This week the Gator salutes a long-time
UF faculty member who has recently been
promoted, Dean Franklin Doty. Dr. Doty came
to the UF in 1946, as an Assistant professor
of Social Sciences. Since then he distinguished
himself both in service to the UF and to the
student body.
In 1961, Dr. Doty was named Chairman of
Social Science Department. He was promoted
to the position of Assistant Dean of Academic
Affairs in 1964.
Dean Doty, a native of Omaha, Nebraska,
received his Ph.D. degree from the State
University of lowa in 1946, after teaching
high school in lowa since 1937. He served
in the army during WW 11, after which he
came directly to the UF.
While at the UF, he has served on the
Student Petitions Committee, the Admissions
Committee, and the Classroom Building Com Committee.
mittee. Committee.
Dean Doty has published numerous articles
in the Florida Historical Quarterly, and
currently is doing research for a monograph
on the political philosophy of William Vans
Murry, American Federalist.
Dean Doty served as a Freshman Academic
Counselor from 1952-57. His hobbies include
swimming, music, and the pipe-organ. Dean
Doty is a member of the American Guild of
Organists.
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$ Hats off to Bruce Pm glad to see that there is somebody
lo a student leadership position that wants tci follow the rules
correctly. His recent decision to do the cheerleader try-outs
again was probably not an easy one, because of the pressure $
:j:j that the people who won initially would put on him. S
*: But, the purpose of the rules was to offset any chance of un un!;!;
!;!; un!;!; fairness and if the head cheerleader chose to run it any other
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FReemflW

Demonstrations or Burlesques

By Michael Alan Carson
Columnist
The. children of the twenties
and thirties are now safely into
middle age. The days of the racoon
coat, the Charleston, and goldfish
eating contests are mere
memories. Thoughts of the
depression and the consequence of
its aftermath have been eclipsed
by the emergence of a wide middle
class society and modern
technology. In the meantime, seeds
of future generations have been
sown.
The present college generation
does not have racoon coats, the
Charleston, and goldfish eating
contests, but we do have rah-rahs,
the monkey, and demonstrations.
However, perhaps here the com comparison
parison comparison between parents and
college students must stop.
Today's college students grew
up as the Cold War was emerging
into a permanent situation and as
technology signalled the start of

By JON DEMME
Columnist
I have often been accused of
deriving an abnormal pleasure
from the bizarre and the corny
in motion pictures. To these
charges, I humbly plead, "guilty.
I can, with just a slight effort,
enjoy a Flipper or a Tarzan
movie almost as much as a
Topkapi or a The Apartment.
I thrive on the hackneyed movie
cliche, and am in seventh heaven
whenever a meaningful glance,
predictable line, or exaggerated
gesture flashes across the silver
screen. It is my considered opinion
that Steve Reeves and Jayne Mans Mansfield
field Mansfield are the two most underated
performers of the day.
Keeping my unnatural relish for
the trite well in mind, you may
accept the following review for
what it is worth. I hereby raise
my voice in resounding applause
for Code 7, Victim 5, this
weekends offering at the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Drive-In (GJDJ.). Seeing this
film is not unlike seeing a James
Bond thriller through a cracked
bowl of jello.
Filmed in World War 11-vintage
color, the action takes' place in
South Africa (what scenery!).
Code stars Lex Barker as the
agent with the Code seven O.K.

Carson Comments=

the Space Age. In view of this
fact, I do not think that it is highly
unusual for college students to be
aware of social and political
issues. It is really about time
for college campuses to start
actively taking a part in shaping
political trends and focussing
public attention upon significant
issues.
However, these political
activities and demonstrations do
raise an important question. That
is do th*se demonstrations and
politioal activities have a purpose
or are they just a juvenile
burlesque directed against
authority? The implications of a
question such as this present a
wide variety of possibilities.
Berkeley's Free Speech Move Movement
ment Movement was perhaps the first and
most controversial of the recent
college demonstrations. It resulted
when student leaders demanded
more participation in admin administrative
istrative administrative policy and fewer
restrictions upon speech.

: MOVIES ON REVIEW :

Os Jello and James

to kill (What a man!;, and assorted
voluptuous Code- mates (what
dogs!). There is also a stampede
of frenzied ostriches.
And guys with knives, wearing
Mickey Mouse masks. And lots of
other neat stuff, too numerous to
mention. What a show! Those who
share my fondness for the gro grotesque
tesque grotesque and cornball will
undoubtedly stay and see it twice
I did.
Rounding off the double-bill at
the GJDJ. is an earthy southern
drama, Baby, the Rain Must
Fall. This flick is no Oscar
nominee, but Steve McQueen and
Lee Remick turn in excellent
performances as the ill-fated
lovers in the tragic tale of a
good guy who -just-cant -just-cantmake-the-grade.
make-the-grade. -just-cantmake-the-grade.
******
If, in the past, you have dis dismissed
missed dismissed Ingmar Bergmans films
as just not worth the effort of
wading and sorting throtgh the
countless symbols and veiled
meanings, Wait! Take a look at
The Seventh Seal. In it, Berg Bergmans
mans Bergmans message (perhaps question
is a better word) mystically grasps
you; it is as pertinent as life
itself.

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DEAN DOTY

Unfortunately, more recently
degenerated into an obscenity rally
and almost cost the resignation
of two competent administrators.
Two more successful demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations took place at Yale and the
University of Okalhoma. At Yale,
students were able to get a pro professor
fessor professor who had been caught in the
web of the publish or perish
rule reinstated. Oklahoma students
became irritated when Senator
Ellender (D. La.) announced that
he would fillibuster against a voting
rights bill. Consequently, they
caused the administration to cancel
the honorary degree that he had
been scheduled to receive from
the University of Oklahoma Law
School.
Only time will tell us whether
these demonstrations are just
another fad or if they are to become
a legitimate means of expression.
If they become burlesques, their
lives will indeed be short. If they
treat significant political issues
honestly and effectively, they may
leave their mark upon society.

To the background of medieval
plague' and horror, Bergman
probes and challenges the abyss
of God, death, and existence. A
fine film as well as an exotic
one; go see it. The Seventh Seal
will be playing at the State through
Saturday.
Starting Sunday is that all-time
classic, Cyrano de Bergerac
with Jose Ferrer. I asked my mom
about it, and she said it was
great! Following Cyrano at the
State will be Judgement at
Nuremberg with Burt Lancaster,
a gripping account of the Nazi
war trials. Four Days in
November, fully documented
story of the events surrounding
President Kennedys assassination
is set for next month. Incidentally,
Mr. Bill Henderson, manager of
the State Theatre, aims to please pleasehe
he pleasehe welcomes any programming
suggestions you might have.
Elsewhere on the Marquees
Bus Rileys Back in Town, at
the Florida. This interesting title
is attached to the struggles of
an unscrupulour vaccuum cleaner
salesman (thats right vaccuum
cleaners!) to make his mark in
the world. Starring Ann-
Margaret and Michael Parks.



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EDITOR:
I HAVE NEVER read a more
illogical or asinine letter than the
one I read in last Fridays Alli Alligator
gator Alligator concerning the KA noise noisemaking
making noisemaking incident.
IS THE CONVENIENTLY
anonymous KA fan (probably a KA
pledge) really serious or is he
making a very poor attempt at
satire? I prefer to believe the
latter in the hope that no one is
really that naive or that foolish.
THE LETTER would be perfect
for C-41 as an example of poor
reasoning. In the first place, I
cannot believe that the KAs are
on probation solely because of one
complaining letter. Im not even
sure that they are on probation
at all. This is the first I have

EDITOR:
ACT 1- SCENE Is
Fade in a small gray room,
smoked filled, strains of** We Shall
Overcome emanating from a very
plush stereo. Guitars and bongos
strung around the room, three
cats within dressed in black
shirts, white levis, sandals, long
hair and shades.
Dialogue:
**Darn little excitement around
the university lately what we
gotta do is kick up a storm.**
**How man?**
Well, if Berkeley can do it,
I guess we can.**
**What*cha mean.**
Well lets have some real
excitement, I mean lets
AGITATE.*
Now theres a great idea
but we*U need a few things.**
Like Prinstance?
Like someone whos op oppressed!
pressed! oppressed! *
No sweat man weve got
it made. Oh Ed, poor Ed hung
himself in C-5 and were so sad.
Sure hes a troublemaker. Sure
an employer can fire an employee,
but forget that. Well make him
into a hero. You know how op oppressed
pressed oppressed HE was, poor fellow.**
And we need an oppressor.
We*ve got a natural. The
administration you know those
unnamed slimy tyrants in Tigert.
The ones with the waxed
mustaches. Oh, they are villains villainswell
well villainswell just forget theyre doing a
pretty darn good job in a com community
munity community of 15,000.

Le T TeR 2
EDITOR:
IT WOULD SEEM to me that
the Irate Florida Man just
doesnt realize how lucky he is that
Sally Broom, Judy John, and Cathy
Stackhouse will not go with him
when he tries to get a last-minute
blind date on Saturday night. These
girls, no doubt, are suffering from
what I shall call the three-to-
DEAR IRATE FLORIDA MAN:
What makes you think that the
men on this campus have a patent
on working to get themselves, into
this institution. I dare say there
are just as many boys here because
daddy makes it possible.
As for your prediction for the

heard about it.
SECONDLY, I dont think that
the lady knows or cares what the
KAs are SUPPOSED to be doing.
It really doesn't matter to her
what they do as long as they
do it a little more quietly.
AND WHY SHOULD she be
thankful that the KAs are in
college? What reason have they
given her to be thankful for it?
If they were always perfect
southern gentlemen, as they
claim to be, and as we all know
they always are, then it would be a
different story. But as it is now
the KAs, by their handling of the
situation, have inspired the
opposite reaction in the lady.
IM SURE that she would be
more thankful if they were some somewhere
where somewhere else. As for roaming the

A bit of humor

**Finally well need an instru instrument
ment instrument to get views across.**
*How about a petition? Many
people will sign anything, anyhow
it will give us something to do
besides study.
They each lifted a glass of
sterno.

SQ(/A M's
ays Riteys
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A Yankee reply

one ratio syndrome and feel they
can be choosy about their dates,
whereas on any other campus the
typical Florida girl would be out
of luck.
LET .ME EXPLAIN myself. I
have visited several campuses
throughout the Southeast during my
years in college and I have talked
with fraternity field secretaries

Wake up Buster!

future . .you will have the
wonderful opportunity of staying in
every Saturday night. . Whom
do you intend to date?
Those girls still exist who feel
complimented when asked out, in
the proper way, I might add. Just
what makes you think that you
men are so privileged that when

streets jobless, nothing could be
more ridiculous.
WITH THEIR boyish enthusiasm,
every one of them would have a
well-paying job now if he wanted
it. Some people are willing to pay
a great deal for young men with
these qualifications.
AS FOR THE suggestion that the
lady be grateful for tomorrows
leaders if these men are
tomorrows leaders, Ill take
vanilla. As far as I can see, they
are not exhibiting any outstanding
qualities of leadership when they
treat a complaint as they did.
IF THE LADYS statement about
the incident is true, there is no
excuse, but even if she is a chronic
complalner, the KAs showed gross
inconsideration and ungentle manly
conduct in their handling of the

Perfect, heres to success even
if it puts Florida universities 20
years behind.
**Cool man!**
The whole idea leaves me cold,
too.
THE ANNEX

Thursday, March 25, 1965, The Florida Alligator,

Grossed out

who travel all over the Southeast.
I AM PRESENTLY going with a
girl at Florida State University
and have visited that campus many
times. From these collective
experiences I have reached the
conclusion that, on the average,'
the UF has the worst looking
girls in the South. We DO have
many sharp girls, but we also have
very many mediocre ones and more

YOU decide that YOU are ready
for a study break that all YOU
have to do is walk into the nearest
girl's dorm? Who is on the pedestal
now?
Wake up Buster! How long does
it take to convince you boys that
girls don't appreciate being called

situation. Os course, we must
believe them when they claim to
be gentlemen because we have no
proof to the contrary.
DENVER W. SHERRY

9 Os INC.
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Volkswagen, incognito.
Youd have to be some kind of a car sleuth to
know that concealed underneath the Karmann
Ghias beautiful exterior is the heart of a VW.
The Ghias chassis and the 4-speed synchromesh
transmission are the same as the regular VWs.
Behind every Ghia.is one of VWs wont-boil wont-boilover-or-freeze-up
over-or-freeze-up wont-boilover-or-freeze-up engines.
You also get VWs big 15-inch wheels; the very
ones that help VW bugs rack up 40,000 and more
miles on a set of tires.
The Ghias torsion bar suspension is all Volks Volkswagen,
wagen, Volkswagen, too. Not to mention the traction and gas gasand-oil
and-oil gasand-oil economy and low insurance and parts and
service, etc.
What aren't typically Volkswagen are the
Ghias sleek lines, the handwrought body, the
noble Roman nose.
If youre one of those people who admire every everything
thing everything about the VW except the way it looks, why
not consider driving around in a beautiful disguise?
Miller-Brown Motors
422 N.W. 13th St.

than our share of losers.
SO, THE "Irate Florida Man"
can be thankful that Sally Broom
et. al. won't keep a date. Blind
dates arranged a week in advance
are usually pretty bad; in this
instance he would probably be com completely
pletely completely grossed out.
RAY KING, 4AS

on the phone for blind dates. This
is a two way street, and when
you have learned to meet the girls
in the proper way you will be
surprised at the response. Mind
your manners and maybe you will
come out ahead.
BROWARD COED

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3-BEDROOM HOUSE, CCB,
screened sun room. Low down
payment -- assume loan. Pay Payments
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if desired. (I-121-st-c).
TAKE UP PAYMENTS AND pay
closing costs on a repossessed
3-bedroom, 2 bath house. Central
heat, CCB and newly painted. Phone
372-3826. (I-120-ts-c).
For Sale
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MUST SACRIFICE. Bx4l ALUM ALUMINUM
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(completely furnished) and 10x20
carport. Cabana and furniture are
new. Call 2-7194 after 1 p.m. (A (A---122-lt-c).
--122-lt-c). (A---122-lt-c).
GUITAR AMPLIFIER l2 inch
speaker, tremolo, 15 watt output
LIKE NEW. $65. Call EarlGuidry,
372-9616. (A-122-st-p).
1965 MAGNA VOX STEREO Con Console
sole Console with AM-FM Stereo tuner.
Excellent condition. 378-1031. (A (A---121-3t-c).
--121-3t-c). (A---121-3t-c).
TEAKWOOD BAR with black
formica top. SSO. Phone 2-5940
after 6 p.m. (A-121-3t-c).
THERMOGRAPHIC COPY PAPER.
Four 500 sheet boxes of Buff.
Retail for S2O per box. Will sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice for $lO per box. Call Ext.
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(A-110-tf-nc).
PRICED TO SELL 1959 Air-con Air-conditioned,
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10x46. Built-in washer and 10x20
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in Archer Road Village. 372-
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GRAND PIANO, A Hotpoint electric
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Polaroid Land Camera, Zenith
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For information call 376-6316.
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chicken $1.25. Also baked beans,
salad and bread. For free delivery
call 472-2464 anytime before Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. (J-122-2t-c).
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Village. Age 12 to 16. Call
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st-c).
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1 :PING. DISSERTATIONS,
Thesis, term papers, etc. Exper Experienced.
ienced. Experienced. Mrs. L. H. Cameron, 376-
3609. (M-122-3t-c).
Wanted
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WANTED ROOMMATE for Poshest
apartment in Gainesville, S4O/mo.
begin April Ist if desired. 2 blocks
from campus (111 SW 10th Street)
Call 376-8781. (C-122-lt-c).
WANTED MATURE GIRL graduate
student to share a house, com completely
pletely completely furnished. Comfortable
living in the country. Pets
welcome. 10 minutes from campus
with little traffic. S4O/mo. 372-
2795. (C-121-3t-c).
WANTED 3 FEMALE room roommates
mates roommates for Spring Trimester 2
for full term one for A term.
Large clean apartment very near
campus. Low rent plus utilities.
Call Jean 376-0523. (C-120-st-c).
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to
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62 FALCON, Radio, heater, Ford-
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NEW 1 BEDROOM Furnished
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378-1509. (B-122-3t-c).
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Close to shopping center and cam campus.
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AVAILABLE APRIL Ist., APART APARTMENTS,
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Call 376-4353 evenings. (B-lll (B-llltf-c).
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Everyone is invited to the dance which will be held
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There will be a juke box and refreshments upstairs,
with a "hay wade" on the patio. Downstairs will be
dancing room only, under soft lights, to the soft music
Lenny & The New Yorkers.
This new and different hay dance will include a hay
wagon which will circulate on campus to provide trans transportation
portation transportation to the girls' dorms and then back to Tolbert.
Fun is guaranteed. A big crowd is expected.
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sports

BENCH AND BUCKET i
Bruce Bennett
gives football fan
a safe feeling
By MARK GRAHAM
Assistant Sports Editor
No one asked me but:
Coach Jimmy Carnes is the best thing thats happened to Florida
track since the fiberglass pole.
Allen Trammell would pay to play baseball and basketball for
the Gators.
Paula Maret is the best looking girl on campus.
I dont dig a chick who gets lushed up.
Ray Charles is still the best of the rhythm and blues figures in
the jazz world.
Bo Belinsky should have taken an orientation course when he
was with the Angels.
Dan Griffin should be given offers by a few major league ball
clubs after his tenure at Gainesville.
The Phillies should be dynamite this year.
Most guys who talk big are little time operators.
Ara Parseghian will be another Knute Rockne.
Charley Casey will make All-America next year.
The Mets will break the attendance record while finishing 9th.
I like the Orioles over the Yankees this year.
Mose Allison reminds me of Hoagy Carmichael.
Pussy Galore received my vote as Woman of the Year.
Marlon Brando was the greatest ever in On the Waterfront.
A guy who walks around in a robe and sandals is either a
saint or from Los Angeles.
Guys who dont leave tips at respectable places dont belong
there in the first place.
The guys who smoke cigars at Aqueduct usually put down two
skins on each race.
Coach Graves will make every Florida paper if he switches
to cigarettes.
The Irish were robbed in Los Angeles last November.
I dig Andre Previn but Floyd Cramer turns me off.
Im always on hand for the action at Madison Square Garden.
Youll never see me lurking in the Village.
Battered up pugs bring tears to my eyes.
I like Florida at 8-2 in the fall.
Bill Bradley is the white Oscar Robertson.
As an individual, Johnny Huarte is the classiest football player
Notre Dame has turned out in many moons.
I feel safe with Bruce Bennett in the defensive secondary.
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Idle since its appearance in the
international races at Nassau last
December, the auto racing stable
of wealthy, young John Mecom of
Texas will make an all out at attempt
tempt attempt to win the 12 Hours of
Sebring here on March 27th.
Mecom will field two Ferrari

Women may join
UF Karate Club

Women Karate experts may soon
oe roaming the University of Flor Florida
ida Florida campus.
Dr. Choule J. Sonu, Assistant
Research Professor of Coastal
Engineering and faculty advisor to
the UF Karate Club, said the club
is considering accepting women
applicants.
Karate Is the art of empty-hand
self-defense utilizing kicks and
punches to overcome an opponent.
Sonu emphasized that Karate is
strictly a defensive art, and in
matches contestants must stop
each kick or punch exactly one
inch from the target. If contact
is made it shows a lack of con control
trol control on the part of the kicker or
puncher, and he forfeits the con contest.
test. contest.
Sonu holds the third black belt
(san dan), and has been practicing
Karate for 13 years. The UF Ka-
Yankees cut 11
from top roster
The New York Yankees trimmed
their training camp roster to 33
men Tuesday when they sent 11
players to their minor league camp
in Hollywood, Fla., pending assign assignment
ment assignment to specific clubs for the
1965 season.
Those sent out were pitchers
Gil Downs, Tom Metcalf, Jim
Smith, Paul Toth and Andy Vick Vickery,
ery, Vickery, catchers Eliseo Rodriguez,
Chet Trail and Bobby Murcer, and
outfielders Elvio Jiminez, Archie
Moore and Roger Repoz.
Bob Schmidt, former catcher
with the Giants and Senators who
now is on the roster of the To Toledo
ledo Toledo Mud Hens, was brought into
camp to help with the catching
chores.

prototypes. in the grueling race
over the 5.2 mile road
and has named four of the best
drivers in the world to handle
the swift Italian racers.
The big Ferrari will be driven
by Umbert Maglioli of Italy and
Pedro Rodrigues of Mexico. Mab-

rate Club was formally organized
last September with Sonu as ad adviser
viser adviser and head instructor. Since
then the club has grown to number
some 40 members.
According to Sonu, small size
is not a handicap in learning Ka Karate,
rate, Karate, and women do not need to
worry about breaking their hands
while breaking boards and bricks.
Breaking boards and bricks is
not really a part of Karate, Sonu
said, it is done merely to show
the power a person can develope
from performing the Karate ex exercises
ercises exercises and Katas.
Katas are the dance-like-
forms that are performed to give
the Karateist a better sense of
balance and stability while pro protecting
tecting protecting himself in any position.
Women can expect to gain in
several ways from the study of
Karate, Sonu said, they can ex expect
pect expect a trimmer figure, a more
graceful carriage, and a new sense
confidence.
Sonu said that several women
in Japan have attained the rank of
black belt. The belt classifications,
include white for beginners, brown
for more advanced students, and
black for those who have mastered
the arL
Before any women can be ad admitted
mitted admitted to the UF Karate Club,
permission must be granted by the
Intramural Department since the
club is an intramural club, Sonu
added, we are waiting to hear
from them before we go any fur further.
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Parkes of England in the Ferrari
that won the Sebring race last year
setting a new record. The Italian
and the Englishman drove 1112.8
miles, at an average speed of
92.364 miles per hour.
Ferrari No. 2 from the Me com
stable will have Walt Hans gen,
Bedminister, Njr., Americas top
road driver, at the wheel for the
start, and he will be spelled by
capable Mark Donohue, Murray
Hill, NJ.
This years race marks the 15th
anniversary of the 12 Hours of
Sebring. One of the few races in the
world that counts toward the man manufacturers
ufacturers manufacturers world championship
and the world trophy for proto prototypes.
types. prototypes. A full field of 70 cars will
start including the fastest sports,
GT, and prototype cars in the
world.
Ferraris bid for a fifth straight
win will be threatened by the
Cobras and the Fords of Shelby
American of California. These
streaking Ford-powered bombs
will come to Sebring fresh from
a victory over Ferrari in the
Daytona Continental, where they
proved that they can last, as well
as travel.
The 12 Hours of Sebring will
be preceded by international mo motorcycle
torcycle motorcycle races on Thursday and
Friday, March 25 and 26, and by
a three-hour production sedan race
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