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Will It Be Buddy/Steve Or Ernie?

The Florida Alligator

Vol, 58, No. 90

Leg Council
Free Speech
Alligator Staff Writer
Legislative Council debated the
matter of a free speech area Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night, and ended up referring
the matter to the judiciary com committee.
mittee. committee.
Council member Michael J.
Bowen brought a resolution before
the council asking for a free speech
area limited only to students. The
area was not to be a space for
anyone, including students, to sell
any items.
It is my feeling that the students
have any right to think and believe
as they wish, commented Bud
Robison, council member.
Robison said he felt Leg Council
should go on record as being in
favor of free speech.
If we realize the library is not
the proper place, the Leg Council
should go on record in favor of
free speech, Robison said.
Bowen explained. Students do
have a right to speak on an issue
or problem, but unlawful assembly
will eventually lead to violence.
The free speech area set up
in front of the library has already
incited the throwing of firecrack firecrackers
ers firecrackers and several near fist fights.
Bowen said, The administra administration
tion administration has no objection to free speech.
It does object to selling fruit, or
anti-Viet Nam literature or the
The situation could be reached
where students could try to sell
books, a car or any object on
Bowen also objected to the noise
created near the library. He sug suggested
gested suggested the activity be moved to the
area of the Plaza of the Americas.
Bownes resolution excluded
modes of speaking with the use
of obscene language. Robison ob objected
jected objected to this and most other parts
of the resolution on the grounds
that they were unconstitutional.
Obscenity cant be defined,
Robison claimed. Supreme Court
Justice Douglas hasnt even figured
out what obscenity is, although he
is just about to.
We are to protect the rights
and privileges of those who want
to set up this area? Skip Haviser,
minority party floor leader ques questioned.
tioned. questioned. What about the other 98
per cent of the campus who dont
care about the ideas mentioned in
the free speech area? They might
even find the activities distasteful.
I find it very ironic that we
would go on record as approving
burning a draft card or a Buddhist
Monk in that area, Haviser said.
Ive been pretty nauseated just
walking by the library, Terry
Moore added. People should have
the right of freedom of speech. To
me to give them this area is not
serving our purpose.
When boys from this campus
can go to Viet Nam and be killed
I question the area. I question if
the UF students want thHs area. I
(See COUNCIL, Page 3)

University of Florida


North American Air Defense Commands Caval Cavalcade
cade Cavalcade of Music band will perform in the University
Auditorium at 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
NORAD is the only international multi-service
military band in existence. Members are selected
from the U.S. Air Force, Army, and the Royal Can Canadian
adian Canadian Air Force.

Levin Questions Litz
In Rawlings Debate

Alligator Staff Writer
I would like to know what
promises you have made to Benny
Cason, editor of The Alligator,
Alan Levin, Freedom Partys can candidate
didate candidate for President of the Student

Viet Nam Veterans
Honored Tomorrow
The principal recipients of Operation Appreciation will arrive at
the Gainesville Municipal Airport tomorrow at 1:53 p.m.
They will be four lieutenants who have just returned from Viet
Nam to be guests of the UF student body this weekend and receive
Student Body President Burce Culpepper said the soldiers will be
members of the John F. Kennedy Special Forces (Green Berets) and
the 82 Airborne division.
Culpepper announced plans Tuesday to bring the four to the UF for
a three-pronged program: to inform UF students on whats happening,
to show appreciation to the fighting man in Viet Nam and to show the
people* of Florida and the nation the bearded protesters are in the
vast minority.
Throughout the weekend they will be meeting with small groups and
dining in dorm areas, fraternity and sorority houses to give the stu students
dents students a chance to express appreciation and to learn first hand the prob problems
lems problems in Viet Nami.
All four soldiers have been decorated for their valor.
Students have been encouraged to attend the arrival which will in include
clude include an official reception from the ROTC from campus along with
student leaders.
Later that afternoon they will be welcomed to the campus by UF
President J. Wayne Reitz. Following welcomes they will dine with
fraternities and sororities prior to picking up dates for a night of
social life which will include party hopping.

Body asked Apathy Party presi presidential
dential presidential hopeful Ernie Litz Tuesday
night at the Rawlings Hall debate.
Levin" asked this question in
answer to Litz question to the
debating candidates concerning the
necessity of fraternity and soror sorority

Thursday, February 10, 1966

The band performs for military ceremonies and
for visiting dignitaries at the NORAD headquarters
in Colorado Springs, Colo., besides touring the
The band has appeared on the Steve Allen Show,
Bell Telephone Hour, the Dinah Shore Show and the
Tonight Show.

ity sorority bloc votes.
I believe in freedom of speech
and I would be the last person on
this campus to deny a newspaper
the right to state a preference on
the editorial page.
But I do not believe in manag managing
ing managing the news and printing rumor
and lies.
Levin said he was sure someone
must have written letters to the
editor and Speaking Out columns
about someone other than Litz.
Look at the past few Alligators
and see what the news is. With all
the people working for the major
parties, there must have been more
news than has gotten into The
Alligator, Levin charged.
When I was Alligator Editor
last year I chose not to endorse,
Litz said.
Steve Cheeseman, Decision
Partys presidential candidate,
explained what he considers the
greatest problem in student gov government.
ernment. government.
In the past, there have been
many projects that could have been
successful, but werent. These
things take more than one year
to solve.
All the parties say they are
going to change things. But if the
people elected have to wait four
or five months before they get
started, they cant do the work.
(See DEBATE, Page 3)

All Area
Polls Open
Until 6
Voting today will be rather
simple and fast, if you go to the
right pollingplace and have your
student I.D.
Voter precincts will be open
from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and if youre
in line at 6 p.m., youll be allowed
to vote, according to election offi officials.
cials. officials.
Voting machines will be located
at the following places for:
University College students (in (including
cluding (including on-campus and off-cam off-campus):
pus): off-campus): Broward, Rawlings, Yulee,
Jennings, Tolbert, Murphree,
Hume and Graham Halls.
Business majors: Matherly Hall.
Law students: Law School.
Journalism, Physical education,
and Forestry majors: Florida
Union social room.
Engineering majors: Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering Building.
Nursing, Pharmacy, Health Re Related
lated Related Services and Medical Stu Students:
dents: Students: Health Center.
Agriculture majors: McCarty
Education majors: Norman Hall.
Architecture and Fine Arts ma majors:
jors: majors: Architecture Building.
This Years
Results Will
Come Early
Alligator Staff Writer
Politically-minded students will
know whether to celebrate or cry
in their beer by 6:30 tonight.
Mike Malaghan, Secretary of the
Interior, is making early, unoffi unofficial
cial unofficial results possible through hot
lines from the polls to Election
Board phones.
Malaghan and Jake Dyal, Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor of Honor Court, will count
Florida Union votes themselves.
The other polls will share seven
phones to report unofficial tallies
of the top four positions immedi immediately
ately immediately after polls close.
Votes for student body president,
vice president and treasure and
Honor Court chancellor and clerk
will be tallied and phoned directly
to Malaghan. He will report re results
sults results as they come in to The
Alligator and radio station WRUF.
The Alligator will post these
running unofficial results in the
Florida Union lobby. Results will
be available to no one directly from
from the Unions third floor. Sta Station
tion Station WRUF will keep students post posted
ed posted three times an hour, starting
at 6:15 p.m., until all majorvoting
results have been officially con confirmed.
firmed. confirmed.
The same tallying and announc announcing
ing announcing procedure will be used for the
remaining elections as soon as
results of the top Student Govern Government
ment Government positions are known.
See Pages
10 and 1 i

Page 2

I, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Feb. 10, 1966

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STRIKE THREAT . London may experience the paralysis that
gripped New York City last month. Subway workers said Tuesday they
would join the threatened strike of railwaymen next Monday. A subway
railway strike would leave commuters here with only buses to get to
work. The bus system already strained by the withdrawal of more than
1,000 vehicles due to the refusal of bus employes to work overtime.
UNITY TALKS ... Franco German relations
warmed up today but the two governments
remained deeply divided on many major issues,
including support for the United States in Viet
Nam. Relations between Paris and Bonn, frigid
for months, thawed quickly in two days of talks
here between French President Charles de
Gaulle and West German Chancellor Ludwig
Erhard. The talks ended Tuesday.
SUBS BEGIN SEARCH . Two U.S. pocket submarines were being
prepared today to join the massive search for a missing American
H-bomb lying in about 1,200 feet of water off the southeastern coast of
Spain. The 22-foot two-man submarine Alvin and the 51-foot under underwater
water underwater research craft Aluminaut were being readied at the U.S.
Navys submarine base at Rota, Spain, for shipment Thursday to the
search area about two miles off the coast of the Almeria Province.
ECONOMIC AID . Vice President Hubert
H Humphrey left Honolulu for Saigon Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday with plans to help South Viet Nam win its
war against Communism arid disease, hunger
and social and economic deprivation. While
continuing to resist aggression against the
people of Viet Nam, Humphrey said in an
airport statement, we shall assist the govern government
ment government and the people of Viet Nam in achieving
their true revolution, the social revolution
toward rapid human progress.
SHAKE-DOWN RUN . Scientists pushed a 17-ton moonship and
its new Saturn IB rocket into the final portion of a long countdown
rehearsal today at Cape Kennedy to clear the way for Project Apollos
first test flight Feb. 22. The 224-foot space machine, identical to the
Saturn-Apollo combination that may start orbiting three astronauts
late this year, was heading toward a late afternoon mock launch. To Todays
days Todays drill was a re-run of one that was halted by a leaking fuel line
3 hours and 20 minutes before an imaginary blastoff Monday.
WAR FUNDS . Senators pressed forward today with President
Johnsons request for an additional $12.3 billion to fight the Viet Nam
war under warnings of a coming battle in Thailand and possible re reopening
opening reopening of the Korean conflict. The Senate Armed Services Committee
held a closed session on Johnsons requests for extra defense funds for
the fiscal year ending Jun 30. The session was the latest item in the
heavy schedule of congressional deliberations on the war.
DISTRESS SIGNAL . Coast Guard planes
te searched a patch of the Gulf of Mexico near
flrKey West today following a report that a fish fishfemg'
femg' fishfemg' vessel with four persons aboard had sunk,
fAnother fishing vessel reported to the Coast
Guard shortly after midnight that it had re received
ceived received a distress call from the boat, Miss
Clara, saying it was goind down and the four
occupants were taking to a life raft.
HERITAGE SOCIETY . The Florida Heritage Foundation endorsed
in principle Tuesday night the idea of a statewide fund drive to save
the brown house. The antebellum structure that once served as the
governors residence is going to be torn down unless the foundation can
raise about $200,000 by June 1. The foundation, with a membership
' of 700 Tallahassee interested in preserving historical sites, was or organized
ganized organized in haste less than a year ago when it first learned the build building
ing building faced destruction.
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Viet Nam Talks Continue

WASHINGTON (UPI) Con Congressional
gressional Congressional committees acted
quickly Wednesday to give Presi President
dent President Johnson the money he needs
to carry out both military and ec economic
onomic economic pledges in the Declara Declaration
tion Declaration of Honolulu.
The President returned to the
White House at dawn after his
three-day strategy session in Ha Hawaii
waii Hawaii with South Viet Nams leaders
and the U. S. military command in
the Pacific.
While he carried out a routine
day in the White House, including
meeting with a group of Boy Scouts,
the House and Senate were busy
with his requests for additional
money to fight the Vietnamese war.
The House approved 292 to 80,
U. S. participation in the Asian
Development Bank. The legisla legislation
tion legislation calls for the United States
to provide S2OO million of the
banks $1 billion capitalization.
The banks purpose is to promote
economic development in Asia.
The House Foreign Affairs
emergency request for $275 mil million
lion million in additional economic aid for
South Viet Nam as part of a total
supplemental aid bill of $415 mil million.

Cong Radio Urges
Gls To Surrender

SAIGON (UPI) Radio Hanoi
has started beaming the Steve
and Joe Show to American troops
in South Viet Nam urging them to
lay down their arms and emphasiz emphasizing
ing emphasizing the number of American casu casualties
alties casualties in Viet Nam.
The broadcast, called Radio
Stateside and including the Steve
and Joe Show, says it originates
in Watts, the ghetto suburb of
Los Angeles, Calif.
Broadcasts heard inSaigoniden inSaigonidentified
tified inSaigonidentified the stars of the show as Joe
Epstein and Steve Fisher.
Ronald Ramsey, 27, a self-pro self-professed
fessed self-professed liberal who disagrees with
U.S. policy on Viet Nam, told UPI
Tuesday in,Compton, Calif., he was
the voice of the Radio Stateside
programs urging American fight fighting
ing fighting men to lay down their arms.
He said he used the name Joe
Epstein in taping the broadcasts.
Ramsey, who wears a beard and
horn-rimmed glasses, said he pro produces
duces produces tape recordings which are
shipped to Hanoi via Canada, Eng England
land England and Communist Czechoslova Czechoslovakia.
kia. Czechoslovakia. In Washington, the Justice
Department was reported investi investigating
gating investigating his broadcasting activities.
In the initial weekly broadcast,
Epstein said Radio Stateside was
a group of working boys and stu students
dents students who are seriously concerned
about Viet Nam, about what
America is doing in this war
3,000 miles from home.
Epstein went on to ask the troops

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lion. million.
In the Senate, the Armed Ser Services
vices Services Committee unanimously ap approved
proved approved a $4.8 billion authorization
bill for military hardware. The
actual money still must je ap appropriated.
propriated. appropriated.
Although the presidential re requests
quests requests were sent to Congress a
few weeks ago, the timing was
appropriate in view of the Honolulu
conference. Johnson said in Los
Angeles Tuesday night that his
aim was this:
We shall fight the battle against
aggression in Viet Nam; we shall
fight the battle for social con construction;
struction; construction; and throughout the world
we shall fight the battle for peace.
And we shall prevail.
Officials who accompanied the
President on the trip said Johnson
was deeply impressed by South
Viet Nams leaders, Premier
Nguyen Van Thieu, chairman of
the national leadership commit committee.
tee. committee.
The President was said to be believe
lieve believe that a new momentum had
been generated in the talks, and
that to keep it rolling was one
reason he sent Vice President

what they are doing in Viet Nam
and then cited a 12-year-oid Gal Gallup
lup Gallup poll to prove that Americans
are opposed to the involvement.

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Hubert H. Humphrey back to Sai Saigon
gon Saigon with Ky and Thieu.
Penn State
Gets 'Potted
Federal agents and police staged a
narcotics raid on the Pennsylvania
State University campus area Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, the second crackdown at a
major American university in re recent
cent recent weeks.
The raiders arrested nine stu students
dents students and confiscated more than a
half-pound of marijuana.
The students, all men, were
charged with using and possess possessing
ing possessing marijuana. One of them was
arrested in a school dormitory.
The arrests were made on raids
in six residences, including the
dormitory, on and near the sprawl sprawling
ing sprawling central Pennsylvania campus.
The boys didnt seem shook
up, said State College Police
Chief John Juba. They readily
admitted using marijuana when
they knew we had the goods on
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Weve got to start working
immediately. SG is a very com complex
plex complex organization. The problem
of continuity is one of the biggest
blocks to a really effective, strong
ind autonomous SG, Cheeseman
The debate was sparked by
:fossfire between Litz and Levin.
3ut, even Cheeseman and Student
Partys Buddy Jacobs took a few
oot shots at each other.
During the question about bloc

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g n k ey positions is evidence that being young is no
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opportunity to demonstrate special skills and
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day day-today aspects of the business. Consider the exjjeri-
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I i market potential with Ford Divisions Truck Sales Programming Depart-
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I His job today? Only three years out of college, Jim is now a senior financial
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* debate
(From Page 1 )
votes, Litz claimed, We have no
commitments. If elected, our party
will run for re-election and stand
on our past record.
I was told checkoffs were Trot
an issue, Jacobs recalled. But
the patronage system was used
to hand out patronage and goodies.
Thats how it goes. Weve done
away with the checks and binds.
Were not forcing our bloc to
The campaign proves who is a

worker, Cheeseman said. If a
man gets into a cabinet job and
doesnt do the work, Ill personally
kick him out.
I hate to see a man accept a
job and not carry it out. He said
he didnt really care about check checkoffs
offs checkoffs except as a means of remind reminding
ing reminding people to vote.
When the curtains close in the
election booth thats when de democracy
mocracy democracy begins.
Jacobs proposed a faculty and
student board of managers for food
service similar to the one for the
Florida Union.
Weve proposed student control
and help with vending machines and
also want to give womens interhall
more funds to work with, Jacobs
Levin complained that SG is al always
ways always seeking out little problems.
We sympathize with these
problems, but we want you to have
a say in what you can do.
WSA has so little power that
only the same kind of girls who
run for SG officers would run for
WSA, Levin said. He called for an
end to SG red tape and asked for
the girls dorms to have self selfgovernment.
government. selfgovernment.
Litz asked for a regulating bid
system for food service at theUF.

Controversial Lawyer
Speaks Here Tonight
Militant Harlem lawyer Conrad Lynn will speak here tonight at
8 p.m. in University Auditorium.
Lynn has become a controversial figure in the legal profession as
a result of his defence us a great many cases considered to be un untouchables.
touchables. untouchables.
In the past, Lynn has defended such people as Robert William who
armed Negroes in Monroe, N. C. against the Ku Klux Klan and was
later charged with kidnaping and finally fled to Cuba.
More recent cases have been the defense of Bill Epton, charged with
conspiracy to advocate riots and advocating riots in the 64 Harlem
revolt and the defense of anti-war draft cases such as the draft card
burning case against Bill Mitchell.
Lynn is also expected to make a public appearance at 1:00 at the
free speech area in front of the library on Friday.
The topic of Mr. Lynns speech tonight will be the relationship
between the cases he has defended and justice in the United States.

think it would be an embarrass embarrassment
ment embarrassment to the UF students to have
this area.
Bowen, whos a veteran, com commented,
mented, commented, I dont agree with the
anti-Viet Nam stand, but they have
a right to say what they want to say
as long as they are students.
I think youre incubating the
problems at Berkeley, Moore

Thursday, Feb. 10, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

(From Page 1)

SG Vice President Dick Thomp Thompson
son Thompson said, A number of people are
affected by the protest just by
passing by. If the area is moved
to the Plaza it will diminish the
activity quite significantly.
Sue Williams attempted to call
the question, but Robison still had
a few things to say.
I think the beauty of the whole
thing is that I have the right to
agree or disagree or laugh at these
people. I think the beauty of the
whole thing is that I have the right
to be embarrassed by these stu students.
dents. students. I would rather have it this
way than to have no one to em embarrass
barrass embarrass me.
Bowen said he was limiting the
area to students and Robison com commented
mented commented he had been embarrassed
by other than students.
Gary Goodrich suggested refer referring
ring referring the matter to the Judiciary
Committee and Leg Council ac accepted
cepted accepted that suggestion.
The council also passed the first
reading of a student traffic court
charter which said the Chief Jus Justice
tice Justice shall be a law student. The
council also passed second read readings
ings readings on the Married Housing Traf Traffice
fice Traffice Bill, the Revision of the Cheer Cheerleader
leader Cheerleader Charter and the John Mi Michael
chael Michael Stratton Memorial Award
Bing Michael, Budget and Fi Finance
nance Finance Committee chairman, asked
for five special requests. The
John Michael Stratton Award was
given $41.30, the John Marshall
Bar Association was given $383.04,
the Student Branch of American
Pharmaceutical Association was
given $952.54 and the Forums
Committee of the Florida Union
was give SISOO to cover the Art
Buchwald lecture.
The Glee Club money left over
from last trimester and the money
for the summer was all trans transferred
ferred transferred into this trimesters budget
so the Glee Club could use it for
their spring tour.
The next Leg Council meeting
will be Monday night at 8 in the
Florida Union Auditorium. The
old members will canvass the
election results.
f Gator Classifieds

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1, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Feb. 10, 1966

o ahead and run, Tennessee, urged the
V? cigaret-smoking Jim Katz, smiling his ironic
little smile and shifting his weight noiselessly.
Two fraternity brothers looked curiously at Katz,
whose Tri-Sigma fraternity pin gleamed in the
growing darkenss of the chapter room.
Tennessee, a sojnewhat rotund, bespectacled stu stu*
* stu* dent bedecked in a year-old tweed and that same
old Brooks Brothers tie he always wore, looked
somewhat skeptical at the slick Katz then sat up
in his seat and prepared to take leave.
Ill think it over, Jim, Tennessee mumbled
somewhat incoherently, coughing as Katz blew
several smoke rings his way.
Do that, Tennessee, Katz urged. Hell, youve
nothing to lose and everything to gain. You might
not win. Probably wont. But youll have a lot of
fun and besides, who knows?
Tennessee ambled outside, walked the three blocks
to the Royal Crass Steak-and-ShakeShop and slumped
into a booth, deeply engrossed in his own thoughts.
Slippy Bill, longtime political leader on campus
and present affiliated with the Opposition, just then
walked in, spied Tennessee, made himself welcome.
After opening greetings, Bill stumbled through
several moments of incoherent open introductory
statements, then got down to the business at hand.
Tennessee, he said, with a straight face, I
understand that you may make this a three-man
Well, I was seriously contemplating it, Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee said, slowly coming out of the self-imposed
momentary sleep.
Weve known each other a long time, Tennessee,
he said, and you know as much about campus
politics as anyone not in The Group.
He stuttered twice, then settled down again, after
hurriedly swallowing en toto the contents of his
glass of cherry coke.
Heck, Tennessee, he continued, myself and the
fellows have been talking, and if youll agree to
run, well supply you with SSO or so.
A dark frown appeared on the formerly bland
face of Tennessee, who then removed his glasses,
adjusted the frames and wiping the beads of per perspiration
spiration perspiration from the lenses.
J No suh, Tennessee said curtly, with just a faint
trace of a Massachusetts accent imparting a neo-
New English stye on his otherwise slurring Southern
Im really planning on running this campaign
straight, Tennessee started. It did start as a joke,
but its more than that now. If I dont win then what
the heck? If I do win, then at least weve got some someone
one someone better on the Eighth Floor than those stooges
of the past. Look at Big Moose. He was a real
winner just goes to show that basketball and
politics dont mix.
But then why not take the aid, interjected
Slippy Bill, becoming slightly worried at the failure
of Tennessee to comply.
I cant do that, Tennessee said, it would be
a fix and you know it. Mine is going to be an inde independent
pendent independent campaign, geared to the students who do
Bill cut him short with a large lear and a laugh
that would cut any other person to the marrow.
Slippy Bill moved toward the door of the Crass
House, but cut short his departure when Irish
OHara, debonair friend of Tennessee entered, a look
of exuberation on his face.
Ignoring Slippy, Irish strode over to the slumping
Tennessee and virtually shouted in his ear, Hey
Tenn, we got the air space.
Slippys ears perked up, but OHara, catching the
full nature of his mistake, cut his voice to a whisper.
Slippy retreated.
I think we can do it, Tenn, the excited Irish
chortled. I really do. Fourteen Gammas told me
today they were going to vote for you.
* *
Who is John Grant?
John Grant was the third man who polled 1500
votes as an independent campaigner in 1963.
It was Thursday, February 10.
John Grant turned over in his political grave.
* *
Set em up for Tennessee, the crew-cut bar bartender
tender bartender at the Destroyer Room shouted as the
grinning, o sawed-off candidate entered the room.
Why, Lion, Tennessee exclaimed, I didnt
think youd be very happy about the victory today.
After all, you did have a vested interest.
Who me? questioned the one affectionately
dubbed the Lion. Are you kidding? I pulled the
lever for you too, man. I may have worked for
the Big Man, but when it came to voting, it was
you and Tragedy Party.
It was a good race, Tennessee said, meanwhile
spilling a considerable amount of beer on his tweed
But not a great race, exclaimed the editor of
the newspaper, who just that time interrupted his
intense study of the Art of Biased Reporting just
long enough to shake the candidates hand and help
him remove a tattered Brooks Brothers tie from a
frothy glass of Michelob. Kon Spencer

The Florida Alligator
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"If You Don's Vote, Don't Complain"
letter from
By Barry Diamond
olitics on this campus have been so bad for so long that
If* four alligators before me have died in revulsion. Even the
political parties themselves realize how bad they are. Like
chameleons, they change their skins (i.e. their names) every year,
but like the chameleons, the new skin covers the same old
bodies. The necessity for the annual name changes is obvious.
Who would vote for the same lousy party twice? Ibsen must have
had our campus political parties in mind when he said, A
sausage machine thats what a partys like! All the brains
ground up together and reduced to hash.
The present election is running true to course, with the major
parties neatly living up to Ibsens definition. One of them offers
us a candidate who has three years experience in student govern government,
ment, government, and who is actually trying to use that fact to his advantage!
The other party offers us a candidate recommended by the
University Religious Association as an effective decay prevent preventing
ing preventing politician, when elected president in conjunction with the
rest of his ticket. Heavenly.
And so it appears, fellow students, that our choice is between
Tweedle Dee on the one hand, and Tweedle Dum on the other.
(No reference to either candidates intelligence intended.)
But fortunately there are other candidates. Not to be seriously
considered among these are Luna Levin (so named because
both his appearance and ideology are way out), and Birthday
Party, whose sole contribution to this campaign, the chuckle over
its name, has long since worn thin. No, I mean Apathy Party,
and Ernie Litz. Ernie reminds me of another Ernie, namely
Sgt. Ernie Bilko, U. S. Army. Both operate in a style that is all
their own, and both leave something to be desire from the
aesthetic point ot view as far as personal appearances are con concerned.
cerned. concerned. But Apathy Party offers something to a group that
campus politicians have long disdained the students. They make
no promises. But by Jove they actually seem to be THINKING.
This statement is not to be taken lightly. Girls whose intelli intelligence
gence intelligence has been insulted by fraternity men extolling the physical
features and sexual attractiveness to females of their respective
candidates will vouch for that. By choosing Litz as their can candidate,
didate, candidate, Apathy irrevocably rejected this type of campaign. But in
its place they have given us a campaign based on ideas, a man
who will TRY, a man who harbors no aspirations to go far in
that advanced kindergarten known as Florida politics. I urge
those students who want their votes to count to vote for Apathy
Partys Litz.
The Alligator supports
the following candidates:
President -- Ernie Litz (Apathy Party)
Treasurer Charles Shepherd (Student Party)
Honor Court Chancellor Herb Schwartz (Decision Party)
or Jim Harrison (Student Party)
Honor Court Clerk -- Tom Smith (Decision Party)
Board of Student Publications (vote for any three)
Drex Dobson and Yvette Cardozo (Student Party)
Andy Moor and Fran Snider (Decision Party) i
(Clip And Save) mmhmbm

Spencer J
hear me out. This could well happei
w to you.
Vote not today if you are looking for the perfec
candidate, since there is none in the field. Then
never is.
Vote for Birthday Party.
That is, vote for the Boys With The Cakes Am
Candles who hope to light up the campus -- if yoi
feel that all politics and Student Government i<
meaningless, if you feel it is beyond all hope, i
you feel that it is completely impossible for the
present, existing groups to supply a meaningfu
form of government to a multiversity such as ours
Vote Birthday if you dont care about wasting youi
vote, if you just dont give a damn, or if you fee]
they are meaningful in their idiotical costumes. Vote
for Birthday if you think the present system is far farcical
cical farcical and cannot be improved.
On the other hand.
Vote for Freedom if you are concerned. Concern Concerned
ed Concerned about the maltreatment of Negroes, under underprivileged
privileged underprivileged ones throughout the campus, city, county,
region, state, nation, hemisphere and world. Even
extend this to underprivileged outer space people.
There must be some. If you are super sensitive to
the ills of others and feel that mankind is being
trampled on by these servants who govern them and
express their own greatness in glowing platitudes
then vote Freedom. Freedom is your party if you
are against discrimination in the South, if youre
opposed to Watts, if you hate the unjust war in
Viet Nam, if you think that perhaps there are ele elements
ments elements of old Karls philosphy that are not too
incorrect, if youre not completely sold on capita capitalism
lism capitalism and the American way, if you dont mind
associating with bearded people, if you think that
free love is the way of the future. Vote Freedom.
If you would like to have the right to shout ob obscenities,
scenities, obscenities, to express your ever desire to all who
would listen, then by all means vote Freedom.
If you are apathetic and yet think the campus can
be saved, then vote for Apathy. Ernie (Ted) Litz
might just have something there.
Vote Apathy if you believe the people in Student
Government are a victim of the system in which
they are forced to operate. Vote Apathy if you feel
that neither of the Greek-backed parties has a
monopoly on truth, wisdom or efficiency in govern government.
ment. government. Vote Apathy if you want a real change.
Vote Apathy if you liked Augie Schildbach and
Challenge Party last year, if you read Aboard the
Schooner, if you liked Corseris Cutouts, if you
like the avowed underdog of the big three. Vote
Apathy if youd like to see a valid Independent
Party of the future, one not anchored to the checkoff
system and the fraternity bloc system.
Vote Decision if you think the name sounds deci decisive,
sive, decisive, if you like the firm Cheeseman handshake, the
warm smile, the flock of cheering girls who surround
the Candidate. Vote Decision if you are a member
of any of the following Greek houses: AEPi, Beta,
Pi Lam, Sigma Nu, Delts, Pikes, Phi Delts, AGRs,
Chi Phis, TEKs, Peeps, Theta Chis, PIKAps, ACHiOs,
KDs, Zetas, AEPhis, DPhiEs, KATs, or AOPis.
Why? Well, heck, boys and girls, youre spending
money on this campaign and your house P.R. says
vote tor Cheese, so vote Cheese. Need I say more?
Vote Cheeseman and Decision if you think he is
sincerely a lone wolfer, if you like Steves style, or
the way he campaigns, or the way he dresses, or
the way he ran the treasurers office, or the fact
that Cheeseman says he has the qualifications.
Vote Student if you hate the checkoff system and
hate littered campuses. Vote Student if you like
law students and think they should stay in politics.
Vote Student if you like the Super-Greek candidate.
Vote Student if you are a member of the following
houses: Lambda Chi, Sig Eps, SAEs, Fijis, Sigma
Chis. TEPs, KAs, Kappa Sigs, ATOs, Phi Taus,
DUs, ChiOs, DGs. ADPis, TriDelts. or Sigma Kappas.
After all. kids, youre sposed to. To thine house,
and all that.'
If youre living in the CLO house, vote Cheeseman
since its almost like a fraternity itself. If youre
on The Alligator, vote for anyone, since it doesnt
Everyone knows The Alligator' is biased anyhow.
Now, nothing that Im going to tell you is going
to change your mind a lot. I know you wont believe
me, since the rumors are out. I too am biased.
Why, yes, even old Ron is biased. He was seen talk talking
ing talking to Frank Glinn fourteen times last week on the
third floor. He eats doughnuts and drinks coffee in
the RC steakhouse with Decision Party honchos.
He sat on the board that helped elect Ernie (Ted)
Litz editor of The Alligator.
Why, he even ate at the SAE house during the middle
of the election campaign.
So, if I were you, Id not pay much attention to
what he says.
Would you?

all you rats...UNlTE!

This letter, an admitted first-time effort, is
written in fervent hope that all the frat rats
of the world will unite behind a cause that is.
I, too, was once a bungalow boy, basement
boozer, and know well of the flood of bull that
flows through the frat house halls once again,
magically unlocked this time each year by little
plastic blue keys.
This is your chance, men of the fraternity...
to pull a cool move, a shocker, worse than
running around Tigert naked at noontime.
A shiny new sorority type approached at
the library the other night between shifts at
pouring coffee and, not knowing me to be a
member of a big club ardently supporting our
pal Buddy (recent star of Fla.s answer to Our
Gang comedies), let me have it right in public,
i.e., the political word.
Dont vote for Stevie because you dont even
know if hell get in law school, his average
is just over two-point, hell have to make a
fantastic, for him, score on LSAT, hell never
a 'prof speaks out
I would like to answer Ron Laniers letter
on campus religion or, should I say, anti-
Mr. Lanier, I dont know what church you
subscribe, and I dont really care. But if you
do belong to a sect, Im afraid its influence
has turned you into a theological sewer. Your
prejudice was poorly hidden.
You evidently think very little of the Pro Protestant
testant Protestant practices of worship. Naturally, I assume
that you have studied the matter open-mindedly
and attended several Protestant services in
order to reach your opinion. If not, you are
less than informed, arent you, Mr. Lanier?
You seem to think that a future based on
private prayer is a doomed one. Well, its like
this: The prayer said in a closet means as
much as the prayer chanted rhythmically as
a group. Prayer is personal; it only takes one
person, and he needs no gimmicks or middle middleman
man middleman to push it through to the top.
The whole basis of Protestantism centers
around individual faith and a belief in the
authority of the Scriptures for religious life.
A Protestants individual faith cannot and will
not be channeled by dogmatism or hierachy.
This has been so ever since Martin Luther
nailed the Ninety-Five Theses to the door of
Wittenberg Church.
You claim that the prots have thrown away
the sacramental means of grace and forgive forgiveness
ness forgiveness which Christ ordained in His Church.
What church do you mean, Mr. Lanier? The
Catholic Church? Surely you dont think that
members of this sect are the only ones eligible
for salvation? That would bfc narrow-minded
and bigoted, wouldnt it? Whats that, Mr.
Youre entitled to your own personal convic convictions
tions convictions regarding religion, bigoted or not. So go
ahead and spout loud and clear, Mr. Lanier.
And well go on laughing.
Mark Newton

on religion
Mr. Douberly viewed Ron Lan Laniers
iers Laniers article on campus religion
as idealistic and impractical. On
the contrary, I see Ron trying to
offer two practical suggestions.
One is to do away with the false
front of the religious centers pos posing
ing posing as a home away from home
which nobody including the chap chaplains
lains chaplains could possibly buy. The chap chaplains
lains chaplains are already involved on other
levels with people in the existing
structures of the university fac faculty,
ulty, faculty, administrators, personnel,
and students where they find them.
Secondly, if the religious centers
exist for anything let it first be a
place of worship. This means lit liturgical
urgical liturgical renewal so that the worship
and sacrament are made known to
be the central service offered to
the life of the university. I dont
doubt one bit that Ron is disturbed
by the fact that the Protestants
near the university have let the
existing structure get in the way
of a vital sacrament-centered wor worship
ship worship preceding the secondary ac activities
tivities activities of discussions, leisure, and
Ezekiel 47 makes the point bet better
ter better by saying that the church is
the life-giving stream which rises
in the temple and flows out into
all the land, even, one might sup suppose,
pose, suppose, to the valley of the dry bones.
Roxy Meyer

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do it....
What about Litz? I asked. Well, I must
admit, I really rocked her socks, and the
corners of her smile even cracked a little.
Oh! Yew dont want to waste your vote on
him. Vote for someone wholl win!
Well, hold 0n... .baby, because theres this
wild rumor that people, just for grins, plan
to tilt Fla. Union on its edge and step on the
vermin as they run out. Yes, fellow fraternity
friends, you, too, can share in the fun, frolic
and fright. Make your cool move. Do it now.
Name Withheld
Gator Ads

thanks, Dick Thompson

Your article concerning
Dick Thompson was richly de deserved.
served. deserved. The Legislative Coun Council
cil Council has taken significant
strides in becoming a valuable
and effective body this year.
The credit should be given
primarily to Vice President

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***^ // y (By the author of Rally Round the Flag, Boys!,
Dobie Gillis etc.)
Youd think that with all the progress we have made in
the education game, somebody would have found a cure
for roommates by now. But no. Roommates remain as big
a problem today as they were when Ethan Mather founded
the first American college.
(Contrary to popular belief, Harvard was not the first.
Mr. Mather started his institution some 100 years earlier.
And quite an institution it was, let me tell you! Mr. Mather
built schools of liberal arts, fine arts, dentistry and tan tanning.
ning. tanning. He built a lacrosse stadium that seated 200,000.
Everywhere on campus was emblazoned the stirring Latin
motto CAVE MU SSl Watch out for moose. The stu student
dent student union contained a bowling alley, a weighing ma machine,
chine, machine, and a sixteen-chair barber shop.)
(It was this last feature the barber shop that, alas,
brought Mr. Mathers college to an early end. The student
body, being drawn chiefly from the nearby countryside,
was composed almost entirely of Pequot and Iroquois In Indians
dians Indians who, alas, had no need of a barber shop. They
braided the hair on top of their heads, and as for the hair on
their faces, they had none. The barber, Tremblatt Follicle
by name, grew so depressed staring day after day at 16 emp empty
ty empty chairs that one day his mind gave way. Seizing his vibra vibrator,
tor, vibrator, he ran outside and shook the entire campus till it crum crumbled
bled crumbled to dust. This later became known as Picketts Charge.)
But I digress. We were exploring ways for you and your
roommate to stop hating each other. This is admittedly
difficult but not impossible if you will both bend a bit,
give a little.
I remember, for example, my own college days (Berlitz
08). My roommate was, I think you will allow, even less
agreeable than most. He was a Tibetan named Ringading
whose native customs, while indisputably colorful, were
not entirely endearing. Mark you, I didnt mind so much
the gong he struck on the hour or the string of firecrack firecrackers
ers firecrackers he set off on the half hour. I didnt even mind that he
singed chicken feathers every dusk and daybreak. What I
did mind was that he singed them in my hat.
To be fair, he was not totally taken with some of my
habits eitherespecially my hobby of collecting water. I
had no jars at the time, so I just had to stack the water
Well, sir, things grew steadily cooler between Ringa Ringading
ding Ringading and me, and they might actually have gotten ugly
had we not each happened to receive a package from home
one day. Ringading opened his package, paused, smiled
shyly at me, and offered me a gift.
Thank you, I said. What is it?
Yak butter, he said. You put it in your hair. In Ti Tibetan
betan Tibetan we call it gree see kidstuff.
Well now, thats mighty f riendly, I said and offered him
a gift from my package. Now you must have one of mine.
Thank you, he said. What is this called?
Personna Stainless Steel Razor Blades, I said.
I will try one at once, he said. And did.
Wowdow! he cried. Never have I had such a smooth,
close, comfortable shave!
Ah, but the best is yet! I cried. For you will get
many, many smooth, close, comfortable shaves from your
Personna Blade each one nearly as smooth, close, and
comfortable as the first!
Wowdow! he cried.
Moreover, I cried, Personna Blades come both in
Double Edge style and Injector style!
Sort of makes a man feel humble, he said.
Yes, I said.
,We were both silent then, not trusting ourselves to
speak. Silently we clasped hands, friends at last, and I am
proud to say that Ringading and I remain friends to this
day. We exchange cards each Christmas and firecrackers
each Fourth of July. -v,
# # # ' lIMMi, Max ShultiKin
The makers of PersonnaStainless Steel Blades who sponsor
this column sometimes nervouslyare also the makers of
Burma Shaveurma Shave soaks rings around any other
lather and is available in regular or menthol. Be kind to your
kisser; try some soon.

Thursday, Feb. 10, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

Dicks leadership. The Uni University
versity University student body is deeply
indebted to him for the ser services
vices services that he has provided
through student government.
One of my most rewarding ex experiences
periences experiences this year has been
the chance to work beside him.
Bruce Culpepper
Student Body President

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for sale|
Chevy V-8. Complete with dual
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1965 MERCURY 100 hp, less than
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BASENJI PUPS. Barkless. Red
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FOR SALE: Large campsites lo located
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formation. information. (A-89-st-p).
RCA 21 TV SET, second hand.
SSO. Call Mr. Mason, 372-5940.
Anytime" after 6 p.m. (A-87-st-c).
GIBSON, 12-string GUITAR, B-25
body. 5 months old. Perfect con condition.
dition. condition. Guitar and case $l7O or best
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100xl34 LOT. 3308 NW 10th St.
City water and sewage. $2,000.
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SNARE DRUM: Slingerland 14
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Girls Bike for sale. Like new,
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included. Ext. 2425 between 8 and
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furnished. Ph. 468-1874. (B-86-
STUDENTS ONLY. Air condition condition*
* condition* ed efficiency apt. or 40xl0 one
bedroom trailer. Water and gar garbage.
bage. garbage. No children. $75 per month.
372-5182. (B-88-4t-c).
MALE TO SHARE 1 bedroom apt.
A.C. and heat, 2 pools, enclosed
patio, privacy. New, large and
beautiful. 372-3124. $45 per month.
Furnished Room for female in pri private
vate private home with kitchen privileges
if desired. Ph. 372-3770 after
5 p.m. (B-90-3t-c).
Furnished Room, private bath and
entrance, quiet, daily maid ser service,
vice, service, transportation necessary,
$45. Call 372-4592, 372-5826. (B (B---90-3t-c).
--90-3t-c). (B---90-3t-c).
Feb. 18. Roundtrip $lB. Call 376-
6083, ask for Kay. (C-89-3t-c).
2 MALE ROOMMATES, Univ. Gar Gardens
dens Gardens Apts., one mo. rent free.
Large, two bedroom. Central heat,
air conditioning. Pool. Call 376-
6720. (C-89-3t-p).
share Colonial Manor Apt. S6O
per month. 376-3037. (C-89-3t-p).
roommate, one months rent free.
Pool, air conditioning. 1405 SW
10th Terr. Apt. 17, Coy Thomas
Apts. Ph. 378-4457. (C-87-st-c).
large 2 bedroom house. $33. Write
or come see at 822 NW 39th Ave.
REGISTERED NURSE for pedia pediatricians
tricians pediatricians office. State experience,
references, and permanence.
Write Box 12427, Univ. Station.

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i, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Feb. 10, 1966

1 wanted |
complete dinner, 97£. Served noon
and night. Longs Cafeteria, down downtown.
town. downtown. (C-81-ts-c).
0 li i i m 11, M
NICE 2 BEDROOM furnished air
conditioned apt. 1716 NW 3rd Ave.
sllO a month. Also furnished 1
bedroom apt. 372-9569. (C-88-
baby grand, or spinet. 372-0328
after 5 p.m. (C-8&-5t-c).
have a good Liberal Arts back background
ground background and are tired of working
for SI.OO an hour call 372-5594
for interview. (C-90-2t-c).
to share 2 bedroom apt. Pool,
air conditioning. SW 16th Ave.
$35 per month. Call 378-4921.
help wanted
WAITER WANTED. Must be 21,
no experience necessary. Ph. 376-
9335 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
FULLER BRUSH CO. needs part parttime
time parttime sales help, male or female,
with car. Average earnings $35-
SSO for 15 hrs. work. Write to H.
Silver, 1028 Clearwater Dr., Day Daytona
tona Daytona Beach, Fla. (E-86-ts-c).
1963 TR-3B Roadster, Michelin
X tires, radio, heater, new paint.
Very good mechanical condition.
Best offer over $l,lOO. 372-1771.
1955 CHEVY, 2-dr. hardtop, V-8,
standard shift, good tires, S2OO.
376-9235 and ask for Jim. (G (G---89-st-c).
--89-st-c). (G---89-st-c).
1962 VW. Excellent condition, en engine
gine engine just rebuilt. New white side sidewall
wall sidewall tires, radio and heater. $325
equity and assume $36 per month
payments. Call 372-0755 after 5
p.m. (G-87-ts-c).
'How To Stuff

1962 VOLKSWAGEN, real clean,
radio, whitewalls, luggage rack.
Drop by and have a look. Rm. 406
Simpson Hall, or call 376-9124.
1961 FALCON 4-Dr. Radio, heater,
air conditioning, good tires, good
condition throughout. $550. 372-
0295. (G-86-6t-nc).
1965 LEMANNS covertible. Auto Automatic,
matic, Automatic, console, air, heater, radio.
Like new. $2600 or trade for VW
plus cash. Call Ted Wilisch at
378-2485. (G-88-3t-c).
1963 CHEVY n, Nova Delux station
wagon. Powerglide, air con conditioned,
ditioned, conditioned, tinted glass, luggage
rack, new whitewall tires. Owner
selling due to size of family. May
be possible to finance total sales
price. Call 2994 or 376-0282 after
6 p.m. for details or inspection.
W* Marcello
Vittorio Gassmah
l Madonna St. 1
Kfrl: 30-3:50-6:05-8:251

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1958 TR-3, fast, excellent
mechanical condition, 43,000
miles, 0.D., heater, tonneau, new
top, tires, many new parts. $650.
Call 372-9888. (G-88-st-p).
Skylark. Full power, factory war warranty.
ranty. warranty. Call 372-5312 after 7 p.m.
(G-88-5t- c).
1962 Renault Dauphine. S3OO. Must
be sold immediately. Call Linda
Ramey at 372-4711 before 5. 376-
5093 after 5:30. (G-90-2t-c).
law*. WHiH
tcnitf coTjOh
pirr.Tj fur.rfits
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1959 Tr-3 Roadster. Wire wheels,
heater, white with red interior,
good condition. $595. Ph. Mark
Warner 378-4674 or 378-3189
afternoons. (G-90-3t-c).
1962 Mercedes B. 2205, 1960 Mer Mercedes
cedes Mercedes Benz 190 SL sport car con convertible.
vertible. convertible. Bargain. Call 376-8869.
1963 CHEVROLET Biscayne. 4
door, "sedan, 6 cylinder, automatic
transmission, radio. $1,045. Call
376-7530 or see at 410 NW 20th
St. (G-90-st-p).
1957 PONTIAC Starchief.Standard
shift, radio, heater, new paint in inside
side inside and out, 4 like new tires.
$350 or best offer. 376-0987 after
6 p.m. Ask for Roy. (G-90-2t-c).
1960 Austin Healey, 3000, Delux.
White with red interior, service
history available. 376-5381
ext. 442. After 5:30, 378-2103.
$1,095. (G-90-st-c).

A secret handshake wont help you
make VP at General Electric.

Something that will help move your
career along at a healthy clip is a
strong, steady hand when responsi responsibility
bility responsibility and important duties are
thrust upon you. Plus a firm grip on
your special field of interest,
whether it's marketing, finance or
nuclear physics.
And it won't hurt a bit if you also

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1963 TR-4, radio, heater, new
white-walls, new weather top, ton tonneau
neau tonneau cover. Excellent condition.
$1,600. Contact 376-3198 after 5.
1963 MGB, red, good looking, good
condition, radio and heater,
tonneau covers, seat belts. Must
sacrifice. $1,295 or best offer.
Call after 5, 378-4615. (G-87-
1959 Galaxie. PS, automatic trans transmission,
mission, transmission, radio, heater, clean, one
owner. 378-2298 after 6. (G-90-
1956 DESOTO 4 dr., clean, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, radio and heater,
air conditioning, PS, PB. high gas
mileage, good tires, AT, $290.
372-3753 between 10-12 a.m. or
4-6 p.m. (G-90-3t-c).
1963 Ford Galaxie Convertible.
Wholesaling. See Mrs. Hinton,
Credit Union. (G-90-st-c).

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stay on top of developments in your
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estate and insurance service. TOM
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Games Wed. and Fri., 7:30 p.m.
Everyone welcome. (J-89-3t-c).
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countrys top ranks of engineering,
marketing and manufacturing
If you want to work and study
and get ahead in this kind of com company,
pany, company, this company wants you.
Come to General Electric, where
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Group and private instruction.
Hunt, seat and jumping. Excellent
pasture for your horse. Call 376-
0367 or 376-3494. Look for sign
6 miles west on Newberry Rd.
opposite store. (M-75-lt-c).
most anything. Roll-away beds,
trucks, all tools, party equipment.
Call us for all your needs. 376-
2835, 625 NW Bth Ave. (M-75-
Univ. Ave. Due to request we will
for limited time give our $35 fac factory
tory factory price body wave for sls.
Call 372-5549. Free parking in
Longs Cafeteria lot. (M-88-4t-c).
We Even Sell Aardvarks
Always Attract

Doty Learns
In Tigert
Alligator Staff Writer
If theres anybody who likes to
take Tigert Hall to task more than
students, its teachers.
But what do you do when youre
a teacher suddenly drafted into the
ranks of the admir "ration?
According to long-tic Ameri American
can American Institutions Professor Frank Franklin
lin Franklin A. Doty, now assistant dean of
academic affairs, You learn com compassion
passion compassion for the other side.
Doty said that his Tigert intern internship
ship internship has been an important part
of his education and believes more
university educators should serve
a term on a rotational basis.
Not only do you see the ad administrations
ministrations administrations problems in a dif different
ferent different light, he said, but here,
as a drafter and enforcer of rules
you can cope with students prob problems
lems problems on different ground.
In teaching social sciences, the
instructor has to learn to com communicate
municate communicate with the entire spectrum
of thinking represented in his pu pupils
pils pupils or he will find himself unable
to reach a portion of almost every
class, Doty observed.
I believe that in a like manner
we cannot be accomplished ad administrators
ministrators administrators until we become at attuned
tuned attuned to the complex and changing
nature of the human mix.
Doty cited instances of personal
frustration encountered on both
I remember a student in par particular
ticular particular who just refused to con consider
sider consider the notion that the United
States of America had ever done
anything that might merit re-think re-thinking.
ing. re-thinking. That fellow stayed angry at me
the whole trimester.
More recently, a woman came
here all the way from Pensacola,
deposited a stack of ultra-right ultra-rightwing
wing ultra-rightwing literature on my desk and in insisted
sisted insisted that I build the institutions
course around it.
For the life of me, I could not
get that poor woman to believe that
there are informed people in the
country who get up in the morning
halfway expecting the United States
to be intact at sundown.
Doty cited Tigert-student fric friction
tion friction over regulations as an area
where common ground was hard
to reach.
In any community, universities
included, you have rules of con conduct.
duct. conduct. University regulations are
simply the administrations at attempt
tempt attempt to echo the values of the
national community.
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Repp Plans For Better Communication

Alligator Staff Writer
Paul Repp is running for vice vicepresident
president vicepresident of the student body for a
He is the second half of a Deci Decision
sion Decision Party ticket and has been in involved
volved involved in many student activities
at the UF. Repp, unlike Presiden Presidential
tial Presidential Candidate Steve Cheeseman,
has not been very active in SG.
Repp has been active in other
areasof campus. He says his rea reason
son reason for running is to help with all
aspects of student life at the UF.
Repp was a Freshman Council
Representative during his first
year. During the same year he
served as Undersecretary of La Labor
bor Labor and was on the student book
sale committee.
His favorite activity is swim swimming
ming swimming and he has competed in swim swimming
ming swimming meets since he was 10-years

Darlsons Experienced With Money

Alligator Staff Writer
Student Government handles
over $500,000 a year.
John Darlson, Decision Partys
candidate for Treasurer of the
Student Body, feels the person who
handles this amount of money
should be experienced in the field
of finance.
After he graduated from theUF,
Darlson planned to work in public
relations. But he ended up working
in the finance and credit division
of Dun and Bradstreet.
I learned of an opening with
Dun and Bradstreet to do corpor corporate
ate corporate and small business analysis.
After a series of aptitude tests they
offered me the job.
I went to New York for two
weeks of extensive finance train training
ing training and then went to work in the
Tampa branch.
Darlson returned to UF to attend
Law School.
Darlson has many plans hed like

'Cleanest Election f : Malaghan

Alligator Staff Writer
Without a doubt this has been
the cleanest election in the past
four or five years, said SG Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Interior Mike Malaghan.
When the election began, Ma Malaghan
laghan Malaghan said I was warned by ex experienced
perienced experienced politicians to expect
calls in middle of the night, special
meetings, and numerous viola violations.

Tuesday SG Banquet Set

The Student Government Inaugu Inaugural
ral Inaugural Banquet will be held Tuesday
at 6:45 p.m. at the Holiday Inn.
All students who have worked in
SG are invited to attend.
The new SG officers will be in installed
stalled installed and awards will be given
to outstanding SG officials.
Law student Bud Robison will
be the master of ceremonies. J.
FIJI House
To Be Dedicated
Its a new quarter in new quar quarters
ters quarters for Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI)
FIJI combines the celebration
of its 25th year at UF withboththe
dedication ceremonies of its new
house on Fraternity Row and the
fraternitys annual Norris Pig
House dedication ceremonies
begin at 2 p.m. Saturday at the
FIJI house, 7 Fraternity Row.
University administrative person personnel
nel personnel and campus Greek presidents
and housemothers will attend.

i, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Feb. 10, 1966

Repp thought about going out for
football, but decided on swimming
instead because he wanted to devote
more time to his studies.
I was offered football scholar scholarships
ships scholarships to other colleges, but wanted
to go to Florida because of the
engineering school here.
Repp is planning to extend the
responsibilities of the Student
Economy Committee, formed to in investigate
vestigate investigate ways and means of saving
the students money on his college
We want to help students find
the cheapest way of eating, how to
find the best housing and other ways
to save money while attending col college.
lege. college.
Decisions platform includes
means of obtaining closer com communication

to carry out if he is elected Treas Treasurer
urer Treasurer in todays election.
Id like to work more closely
with the business managers of the
various campus organizations
which receive funds from SG. The
purpose is to help these organiza-

tions. violations.
Little gooning of the green
boards has occured Malaghan re reports.
ports. reports. He said there have been no
Greek pledges found in the Plaza
of the Americas this year, and very
little poop has been placed on the
Working with Party Chairman
Cliff Davis (Decision) and Bill
Sullivan (Student), as well as the

Broward Culpepper, chancellor the
university system, will be the guest
The meal will be a roast beef
dinner and will cost $2.50. Anyone
who wishes to attend the banquet
must have their money in to room
310 of the Florida Union by Monday.

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munication communication between the student
body and SG. People seem to think
it cant be done. I say it can.
First of all, we will conduct
Legislative Council meetings in
the dormitories every two weeks.
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tions in obtaining the maximum a amount
mount amount of allocation possible.
When Fred Lane was Treasurer,
Darlson worked in the Treasurers
office on special requests. He
checked on the validity of the re requests
quests requests organizations turned into
the Treasurers office.
Darlson is also very interested
in the current controversy over the
vending machine contract. Hed
like to do an intensive study on the
method of giving contracts on the
UF campus.
I also support and plan to per personally
sonally personally carry out two of Decision
Partys platform planks.
I will work on providing for
long range planning and develop development
ment development of the Lake Wauburg pro property
perty property based on a 50-cent per
student per trimester fee.
Id also like to work on the plan
to provide a fund for the construc construction
tion construction of a new international center
with the location to be determined
within the next couple of years.

others, has been a real pleasure,
Malaghan said.
He attributes the clean cam campaign
paign campaign to one political party which
set the standards for the others by
its tactics.
All the parties had to cooper cooperate,
ate, cooperate, he said. If the two major
parties were fighting it would
only turn more votes over to the
minor parties, he added.
Malaghan also noted that there
was a lot of new blood in all
parties who have been disgusted
with the old aspects of the political
Malaghan, supervisor of the
election, said that he believes the
Stop Cheeseman! poop, thrown
in the dorm this weekend, was by
one or two people not associated
with any of the political parties.

Well try to get the students to
attend by holding a reception with
coffee and donuts afterwards.
If we can get the students in interested
terested interested in SG, they will be able
to help us to serve them better.
Too many students dont know
what the council does or how it
operates. Repp explained.
The vice-presidential candidate
also plans to publish a monthly
newsletter detailing the activities
of SG. This will be distributed in
dorms and posted in classroom
Repp has always had an inter interest
est interest in SG. During his high school
career, he served as President of
the Student Council and at the UF
he has been active in Homecoming
and Gator Gras activities.
He is also active in the College

We plan for a completion date
around 1972. A university as large
as UF should have a place where
people can meet to exchange ideas
and hold meetings during interna international
tional international conventions.
Darlson plans to publish a
Treasurers report in the Fall of
1966 to better acquaint the stu students
dents students with the workings of the
treasurers office. He also wants
to expand the Student Economy
This committee will investi investigate
gate investigate ways students can save money
on their college expenses. We hope
to make this information available
to the students to help them with
their finances.
Id also like to increase the
budget for the Mens Interhall
Council. This would be used to
hold more socials in the mens
Darlson feels his business ex experience,
perience, experience, and his work in the
Treasurers office and as Assist Assistant
ant Assistant Finance Chairman of Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming in 1965 make him quali qualified
fied qualified for the position of Student
Body Treasurer.

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of Engineering and has held many
offices in his fraternity.
Repp is an officer in the Ad Advanced
vanced Advanced Air Force ROTC. But, he
supports Decisions stand on vol voluntary
untary voluntary ROTC.
I want to see the Faculty Sen Senate
ate Senate pass either completely volun voluntary
tary voluntary or one-year mandatory
ROTC, Repp said. I dont like
to see anybody have to do some something
thing something they dont really like.
He feels enough students would
volunteer for ROTC to keep the
program working well at the UF.
Council Hopeful
Don Middleb rooks, Student
Partys candidate for Sophomore
Legislative Council seat is back
in the race.
It has been announced last week
he would not be eligible because
his grades did hot meet the re requirements.
quirements. requirements. Dean of Student Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Lester L. Hale has repealed
this, however, and his name is on
the ballot today.
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Levin Wants To Change
World Filled With Errors

Alan Levin, presidential candidate of Freedom
arty, throughout his life has believed that the world
as structured by humanity and thus its structure
Es filled with errors.
This basic theme in his life can be broken down
kto his concern for his fellow man, the actions he
hs taken to help them, the results he has helped
thieve spurting him on to renewed action, and the
Lerall consequences these have had upon his friends
hd environment.
Levin has spent considerable time in Europe and
le Near East learning to live with people different
[om those he grew up with. He spent time on an
raeli kibbutz, in Belgian industrial communities,
hd was New York Times correspondent in Paris for
short time. He also worked in a factory in Luxem-

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STUDENT PEACE UNION LECTURE: Today, 8 p.m., Univ. Aud.'
>eaker: Conrad Lynn. Topic: The Negro Struggle in Harlem and the
iculty and students invited.
m. 236, Stadium Bldg.
PSI CHI LECTURE: Today, 3:30 p.m., MSB H-611. Dr. J. Me. V.
ant: Guiding Early Experience; A Conceptionof Early Psychological
icperience with Investigative Issues.
minar: Dr. Sol Kramer -Bio-Chemical Evolution of Insect Flight.
SIGMA BETA TAU: Today, 7:30p.m., H-101 MSB. General business
eeting; election of new members.
PAINTING FOR FUN: Today, 7:30p.m., FUOak Room. Block Print Printg
g Printg and Mixed Media.
ALPHA KAPPA PSI: Today, 7 p.m., H-611. Speaker; M. E. May Mayrry,
rry, Mayrry, Director Placement Service; business meeting follows.
30 p.m., FU 116.
JEWELRY CLASS: Today, 7:30 p.m., Craft Shop FU.
CIRCLE K: Today, 7 p.m., FU 212. Meeting with program.
GYMNASTICS MEET: Fri., Feb. 11, 8 p.m., South end of Fla. Gym.
of F vs Georgia Southern College.
VETERANS CLUB: Fri., Feb. 1 7 p.m., FU Aud. D. R. Billy
atthews will speak on New GI Bill. All veterans invited.
LECTURE: Fri., Feb. 11, 1:20 p.m., FU Aud. John Hatch: The
volutionary Situation in Africa.
FLORIDA UNION DANCE: Fri., Feb. 11, 8-12, Broward Rec. Rm.
? with ID.
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Levin says he came back understanding what it
meant to be a Negro, to be treated as a second class
nobody, unable to eat along side others in the College
Inn or Waffle Shop, unable to vote without being in intimidated,
timidated, intimidated, unable to learn due to a lack of state
support (ancient textbooks, cheaply educated
teachers, and other poor facilities).
Levin and his party workers feel they have par participated
ticipated participated in securing and broadening the rights of
their fellow men.
Today, as a result of his and others efforts, the
College Inn and Waffle Shop have been peacefully
integrated and local Negro residents have hope for
a better future, according to Party Treasurer Joe

Fred Breeze believes students
should be more concerned about
the workings of Student Govern Government
ment Government and how the workings affect
students in their living areas,
independent activities and other
areas of student work and par participation.
ticipation. participation.
Breeze, Student Partys vice
presidential candidate, said, Its
the SG vice president who serves
his students by presiding over
the meetings and helping pass leg legislation
islation legislation which concerns student
funds and activities.
Leg Council can provide more
dorm socials and channel more
student funds into the activities
students want if we know stu students
dents students want these activities.
No doubt, Leg Council activi activities
ties activities present a challenge to the SG
vice president, Breeze said, but
its the vice presidents perfor performance
mance performance and ability to make de decisions
cisions decisions that is most important.
His Absence
Where was Bruce Culpepper
when the Student Health Evaluation
Committee held its meeting last
This was one of the questions
raised by the breaking of news
on possible mismanagement of
infirmary funds.
Culpepper told The Alligator he
was attending other meetings when
the infirmary committee met.
It was at one of these meetings
(Nov. 9) that the topic of infirmary
funds came up.
I kept up with the minutes,
he said.
The infirmary had not yet
switched from the physical edu education
cation education department to the Medical
Center when the Nov. 9 meeting
took place.
Culpepper said this was why he
did not raise questions about the
money situation at the time.
I was using this information
as another reason why the switch
should be made. he said.
As for his future attendance at
this committees meetings, Cul Culpepper
pepper Culpepper said even though he would
no longer be SG president, he in intended
tended intended to stay on as a member of
the committee until his graduation.

Flights Grounded
high winds that brought dust storms
to much of west Texas Monday were
so bad that some birds had to walk.
William R. Leslie, news director
of Radio Station KVKM, said a
flight of pigeons was sighted be being
ing being blown backwards in the air by
55-mile an hour winds.
Leslie said the pigeons dropped
down and continued on foot.

Students Fred Breeze Pushes
More Informed Independents

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night are (from left): Eleanor Payne, Norma Marks, Mike Noble, Linda
Graves, Susan Godwin, Kathy Heatherton and Bobbi Ross.
The contest will be held Feb. 14 at 8 p.m. in the University Auditor-
The entrants represent sororities, fraternities and various inter international
national international clubs on* campus. Trophies will be awarded the top three

Breeze, a Phi Beta Kappa with
a 3.8 overall average, has served
as Honor Court Clerk, Hume Hall
Council president, American In Institute
stitute Institute of Physics president and
Mens Interhall Council secretary secretarytreasurer.
treasurer. secretarytreasurer.
Hes also listed in Whos Who
in American Colleges and Uni Universities.
versities. Universities.
He thinks students can learn
more about SG from attending
Leg Council meetings.
I think it would be advantageous
for Leg Council members to hold
forums in the various living areas
around campus and, it wouldnt be
impossible to hold the councils
meetings in living areas reception
rooms, Breeze commented.
Breeze, an independent and
Hume Hall resident assistant says,
Students should organize in their
living areas, both on-campus and
off-campus, to be more effective
in SG.
Through Hall Councils affd
other representative bodies, more
independent support can rise and
make a better case for indepen independent
dent independent wishes.
Increased communication is
necessary to make students aware
of SG, Breeze said. Its rather
difficult for SG administrations to
work and not know what the
students themselves think.

IFC Blood Drive
Falling Short Os Goal
A goal of 400 pints has been set for UFs Inter-fraternity Council
Blood Drive which opened last week. As of Monday. 45 pints had been
The drive is a service project of the fraternity system and is coor coordinated
dinated coordinated by IFC.
Fraternities are competing in the drive for three trophies. Trophies
will be given for the greates number of donations by an Orange League
house, the greatest number of donations by a Blue League house and
for the largest percentage of membership donating. They will be pre presented
sented presented to the winners during Spring Frolics.
Each year blood is donated to an IFC collective account which is
open to all UF fraternity men and their families. It is used by the J.
Hillis Miller Health Center to meet part of its need for 10,000 pints a
In the past donations were made at J. Hillis Miller Medical Center.
This year four fraternities Pi Kappa Phi. Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Epsilon
Pi, and Phi Gamma Delta -- have donated space for mobile units. The
units will be set up once in each fraternity district and can draw up to
100 pints per evening.
Last year the drive netted 167 pints.
C. D. Hobbs, service chairman for the IFC, is coordinating this
year s drive. Any questions concerning the drive should be directed
to Hobbs or to Dr. Lambert at the J. Hillis Miller Health Center.

Thursday, Feb. 10, 1966. The Florida Alligator,

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Student Party wants to hear
what the students think what
they think about voluntary ROTC,
student insurance or use of their
student activity fees.
To be a dynamic SG, we need
everyones support. To be effec effective,
tive, effective, we must reach the students
and this is what Student Party
intends to do, he said.
Campaigning has been hard and
Im glad its coming to an end.
I learned many things from my
dorm stomping and speech making.
It has made me even more anxious
to serve the campus.

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Tigers Pull Gators Tail <

Alligator Staff Writer
Auburn was sharp . .wewere
off. Auburn was fresh ... we
were tired.
Coach Norm Sloan summed it up
in a nutshell in describing the
Gators 86-66 loss to the Auburn
Tigers last night in Florida Gym.
T*he first half was a nip-and nip-andtuck
tuck nip-andtuck affair. The Gators jumped
out into a four-point lead, but saw

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graceful form doesnt appeal to Auburns Lee DeFore, who comes up
with the ball.

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Coach Brooks Hendei son's Baby
Gators continued on their winning
ways last night, defeating the Stet Stetson
son Stetson frosh, 93-62.
Big Neal Walk kept up his torrid
scoring pace, hitting for 27 points,
to keep his average well over 25
points per game.
Andy Owens also hit big for the
Baby Gators, netting 22 for his
evenings work.
Feazel had 17, Newkirk 10,
Welsch 9, Norlander 7, Krishon 2
and Herndon 1.
The Baby Gators are now 15-1
on the season.

it vanish against Auburns red hot
Auburn shot 53 per cent front
the field and 75 per cent from the
charity line in the first half. By
comparison, the Gators hit for a
37 per cent field goal percentage
and a 67 per cent average on free
One bright spot for the Gators
was the fine shooting and aggres aggressive
sive aggressive rebounding of Jeff Ramsey.

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Ramsey played a line game
against Kentucky and kept up the
pace last night, ending up with 15
points and 10 rebounds.
Gary Keller, hot-and-cold all
evening, wound up with 18 points
and 11 rebounds to pace the Gators
in both departments.
Auburns Lee DeFore put on a
shooting exhibition, the likes of
which may not be seen in Florida
Gym again for a long time.
DeFore continually hit on high higharching
arching higharching set shots from far outside
the key, making an amazing 75
per cent from the field. He ended
up with 35 points, boosting his
SEC-leading average to better
than 24 points per game.
* Other scoring leaders for Au Auburn
burn Auburn were Joe Millsap, 14, Bobby
Buisson, 12, and Tee Faircloth
with 11.
The second half fared worse for
the Gators as they saw Auburns
five point margin narrow to three
and then balloon to 20 points, where
it stayed until games end.
The Gators shot a meager 30
per cent from the floor, but hit
72 per cent. from the foul line,
sinking 18 of 25 attempts.
Harry Winkler, Gary McElroy
and Paul Morton all had nine
points for the Gators. Mike Roily Roilyson
son Roilyson had four points and Bob Hoff Hoffman
man Hoffman hit for two, accounting for
the rest of the scoring.
The Gators now stand 5-5 in the
SEC and 12-8 overall. The team
meets Mississippi State Monday
night in an attempt to snap a four
game losing streak.
Alphabet War:
NEW YORK (UPI) -- The long longstanding
standing longstanding war between the AAU and
NCAA will have to be settled in
the next few months or the United
States will suffer the consequences
in this summers dual track meet
against Russia.
The latest difficulty in the six sixyear
year sixyear power struggle stems from a
conflict of dates for the outdoor
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championships of the two groups.
Unless the matter is resolved,
America may be forced to with withhold
hold withhold some of its top athletes in the
international meet at Los Angeles.
Chick Werner, executive direc director
tor director of the U.S. Track and Field
Federation, predicted the trouble
would be settled by an arbitration
panel appointed by Vice President

The Florida AlligatorJ

Thursday, Feb. 10, 1966 SPORTS

'Break Up Palmer Cry Pros

PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPI) Break
up Arnold Palmer is the cry on
the pro golf circuit these days.
Heading into the $60,000 Phoe Phoenix
nix Phoenix Open which starts Thursday,
the 36-year-old Latrobe, Pa., gal gallery
lery gallery favorite clearly has proved
he is No. 1 in the five Califor California
nia California tournaments played thus far on
the PGA winter circuit.
In his first start at Los Angeles,
Palmer won it with an 11 under
par total for 72 holes. He broke
up that ball game with a third round
62 that left the field far behind.
He skipped San Diego but charged
back again in the $104,500 Bing
Crosby National pro-amateur
in Pebble Beach. In that one he
birdied three of the last four holes
and came within a hair of tying
Don Massengale, who won it with
a birdie on the 18th.
Palmer slumped a little in
the Lucky International at San
Francisco, finishing in a tie for
third behind Ken Venturi. But he
was back at the peak of his game
in the SIOO,OOO Bob Hope Desert
Classic at Palm Springs last week weekmaking
making weekmaking a birdie on the last hole
to tie Doug Sanders with an 11
under par total of 349.
Something went wrong with the
traditional Palmer charge in the
playoff. iSanders charged harder
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