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COMPULSORY ROTC ABOLISHED

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Seating Bill Passes

By ANDY MOOR
Alligator Editorial Editor
The highly-controversial Group
Seating Bill passed the second read reading
ing reading in Leg Council Tuesday night,
despite the efforts of 26 Council
members who voted to draw things
out at least another week.
The explosive Blue Key Prefer Preferential
ential Preferential Seating Amendment was

Ex- Infirmary Medic Files
Injunction Against Regents
By JO ANN LANGWORTHY
Alligator Staff Writer
Dr. Kenneth Snyder, formerly employed by the UF Infirmary,
took legal action Tuesday against the Board of Regents con concerning
cerning concerning the employment of unlicensed physicians in the In Infirmary
firmary Infirmary and Shands Teaching Hospital in the Health Center.
Snyder has filed an injunction based on a ruling made in
November by Florida Attorney General Earl Faircloth The
opinion says the Infirmary is not a state institution becuase
it is under the State Board of Education. State institutions
include tuberculosis hospitals, prison hospitals and mental hos hospitals.
pitals. hospitals. Because the infirmary doesnt qualify under any of these
categories Faircloth said, it must meet the requirements of the
State Medical Practices Act, which says doctors must have
a Florida medical license to practice in the State.
However, a month later, Faircloth revised his opinion in
a letter to the Board of Regents stating: If a physician is duly
licensed under the laws of another state or country, but not
under the laws of Florida, he may be employed by the UF
Student Infirmary or other institutions of higher learning in
the state, providing funds for the salary of these physicians
is made available by the legislature or under its authority.
Gainesville attorney Richard Wilson, who represents Snyder,
says the suit merely seeks to prohibit unlicensed physicians
from making diagnoses, treating patients and charging fees.
We want to find out which one of these opinions is corre
according to law, Snyder said. We dont want to stop people
from practicing medicine, we merely want them to comply
with the law.
Infirmary by-laws state no applicant may be considered
unless he is legally licensed by the State of Florida, Snyder
emphasized. This by law has arbitrarily been abandoned.

Vol. 59, No. 18

brought up again and was defeated,
after much discussion by 27- 26 vote.
If the amendment had passed, the
bill would have required an addition additional
al additional reading before a newly-elected
Council.
The bill has only to be signed
by Student Body President Buddy
Jacobs. And its likely that hell
sin it into law today.
Problems arose after the meeting

University of Florida

started as two editorial changes
in the bill were put on the floor.
These were both approved after
some discussion.
They provided for counter counterrotation
rotation counterrotation of blocs--the method
cu. -ently being used.
One other amendment to the bill
(SEE BILL PAGE 2)

BLUE KEY
BOX SCORE
Here is a box score of how
Legislative Council members
voted on last nights contro controversial
versial controversial Blue Key Preferential
Seating Amendment:
For: Dan Sumner, Mark Arm Armstrong,
strong, Armstrong, Eric Smith, Joe Shoff,
Terry Moore, Don Middle Middlebrooks
brooks Middlebrooks Mick Linberger, Skip
Lambert, Janet Guernsey,
Dieter Gebhard Frank Harri Harrison,
son, Harrison, Bev Faber, Tim Dono Donohue,
hue, Donohue, Roger Brown, Sam Block,
Scott Bayman, Steve Zack, Ron
Lanier, Toun Cushman, Wayne
Ezell, Frank Harris on Steve
Uhlfelder, Dan Peterson, Dave
Schull, Bob Yoke and Jay As Asbury.
bury. Asbury.
Against: Jim Buzbee, Alan
Casey, Gary Goodrich, Greg
Johnson, Jeanne Long, Irene
Minkoff, Alice Schweyer, Gale
Wolly, Mary Frye, Frank Al Almaquer,
maquer, Almaquer, Bob Bonanno, Susan
Hart, Dave McGovern, Judy
Rosenberger, Gary Schaffel,
Dave Vosloh, Jack Zucker,
Susan Overstreet, RonGeck RonGeckler,
ler, RonGeckler, Bob Lloyd, Jim Kent, Jack
Myers, Janet Dippenworth,
Henry Culbreath, Bob Wolf Wolfson,
son, Wolfson, Bill Van Clief, Jack
Young.

Faculty Senate Votes
To Make Voluntary

BY HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Staff Writer
Compulsory ROTC at UF is dead.
Voting 109 to 74, the Faculty
Senate moved Tuesday to abolish
compulsory ROTC, effective next
September.
Two votes were necessary to
reach the decision. In a first
vote, by voice, it appeared that
compulsory ROTC would be contin continued.
ued. continued. However, in a second vote
by count, ROTC was defeat defeated
ed defeated soundly.
Col. Arlo W. Mitchell, professor
of Army ROTC, had no comment
on the move. He did explain, though,
that currently enrolled students in
ROTC, and all incoming freshmen,
wili be affected.
Freshmen now enrolled in ROTC
will have the option of voluntarily
continuing in the program next
September.
Other members of the ROTC
departments by and large had no
comments. Only Capt. John Hadjis
of Army ROTC volunteered a state statement
ment statement on the move. Hadjis said he
thinks the program will continue
without being compulsory. He
would rather have compulsory
ROTC, but says other schools have
a voluntary program and doesnt
see why it wont work at UF.
Manning J. Dauer, chairman of
the political science department,
said the action of the senate
speaks for itself. Other than this
Dauer had no comment.
Dean of University College,
Franklin A. Doty wasntsurpris wasntsurprised
ed wasntsurprised by the move.
Only James Hearn, a retired as assistant
sistant assistant professor of military
science at UF, agreed to comment
at length. Hearn, no longer a mem member
ber member of the Army, is not associat associated
ed associated with UF.
Hearn volunteered he would have
preferred compulsory ROTC
because he feels it is better for
the student.
An 18 year old youngster is
not adult enough to make a de decision
cision decision as to what is good for him.
A year of maturity, gained via
compulsory ROTC, helps in making
an adult decision about military
service.
Students also need the
discipline offered by ROTC. No
other area in the university offers
this,* he said.
Moreover, a lot of Army
leaders today are in their pos positions
itions positions because Army ROTC was
compulsory for them. Col.
Mitchell, for example, is a product
of compulsory ROTC.
The Army and tne Air Force
will lose a lot of leaders they
need because of this move, he
concluded.
Three years ago this very move
was rejected.
At that time Congress amended
the law establishing ROTC, and
made it possible for a man to gain
a commission after two years of
basic training and two summers
in boot camp. Previous to this four

Wednesday September 28, 1966

years were required to win a com commission.
mission. commission.
Consequently, a lot of schools
made compulsory ROTC voluntary.
At that time, however, the Faculty
Senate rejected such a move at
UF by a close vote.
Robert B. Mautz, vice-president
of academic affairs, vowed he
would put this question before the
Faculty Senate in two years. He
apparently did this with success
Tuesday
Asked what he thought of the new
situation, UF Pres. J. Wayne Reitz
replied: I was chairman of the
Senate, therefore, I cant say.

UF Male
Reaction
Favorable
By JUDY REDFERN
Alligator Staff Writer
Shock and approval were the re reactions
actions reactions of most male students
interviewed about the voluntary
ROTC program to begin at UF
in September.
Tom Ford, 2UC, summed up the
reaction of most men asked to
comment when he said I think
voluntary ROTC is a good thing.
You shouldnt force people into
things they dont want. Students
should be free to get mental train training
ing training when they want it and phy physical
sical physical training when they want it.
The amount of time put into
ROTC was a factor in students
general approval. According to
Bryan Henry, lUC, ROTC has
taken up more time than any other
classes. Even shining boots takes
up so much time. Im just glad
I wont have to take it.
John Ellis, lUC, said The one
hour class is all right, but the
two hour drill is a waste of time.
It takes too much time from study studying.
ing. studying.
Mike Hesse, Larry Helms, Paul
Weathersee, and Joe Shackelford,
all lUC, said time taken from stud studies
ies studies and other activities was the
main reason they approved the new
voluntary program. Its nice to
be disciplined, nice to learn things
about the military, but students just
dont have the time, they said.
The four freshmen also said they
thought the program would be bet better
ter better on a voluntary basis. They
agreed people who join ROTC vol voluntary
untary voluntary would be more interested in
the program and would improve
its general quality.
The people who enter the vol voluntary
untary voluntary program will be more de dedicated,
dicated, dedicated, said JoeScafuti, 2UC.
I think the program could stand
a lot of improvementif it had less
people and more instructors, it
(SEE REACTION PAGES )



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a recreation major.
Hope is secretary of
the Archery Club,
which meets Monday
afternoons on Bro Broward
ward Broward field.

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ONE OF 3 RESOLUTIONS

Alligator Censured By Council

By MAURY OLICKER
Alligator Staff Writer
Three resolutions went before
Leg Council Tuesday night after
passage of the Group Seating Bill
These dealt with the establish establishment
ment establishment of a court of appeals to
the Honor Court, censure of the
Alligator for its news coverage
and the increase in the price of

Four Replacements Vote
For Blue Key Amendment

Four newly appointed Student
Party members of Legislative
Council all voted for the contro controversial
versial controversial Blue Key Amendment.
The new members Wayne
Ezell, Steve Uhlfelder, Jay Asbury,
Dan Peterson -- did not have
the sanction of Student Party Lead Leaders.
ers. Leaders.
BILL
(FROM PAGE 1)
was proposed before the Blue Key
Amendment got to the floor. It
would have allowed larger blocs for
Homecoming, but it was defeated
because it too would have requir required
ed required another reading.
Skip Lambert made the move that
Blu Key receive preferential seat seating.
ing. seating. Immediately, new member Bob
Wo.fson moved that the motion be
stricken since it was Frivolous
and petty.
After a heated discussion, the
motion was Tne tension of
Florida Union Auditorium could be
felt in the halls as many Council
m r nbers sept score. It took at
least 10 minutes for Student Body
Vice-President Fred Breeze to de decide
cide decide exactly what the vote was.

student date tickets to football
games.
The first resolution, proposed
by Eric Smith resolved that the
establishment of a court of appeals
be implemented by the president
of the University of Florida.
The second resolution, proposed
by Terry Moore, asserted that the
Alligator is shirking its journal journalistic
istic journalistic duty to the student body by

Neither Buddy Jacobs or my myself
self myself was told these people were
to be appointed, said Student Body
Vice-President Fred Breeze.
Therefore I requested that their
seating not be approved. $
The Rules and Calendar Commi Committee
ttee Committee met last Thursday and drew
up an agenda. No replacements
were listed on it.
Last week. Decision Party lead leader
er leader Gary Goodrich appointed
several replacements, but these
were on the list, according to
Breeze.
Breeze said the agenda was
changed Monday to include
replacements, without his know knowledge.
ledge. knowledge.
If these replacements were
legitimate, Breeze said, then
why werent they even mentioned
to myself or Buddy Jacobs? If
they were on the up-and-up.
Why did all four vote for Blue
Key preferential seating?

Breeze.

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repeatedly suppressing or failing
to give full, fair and accurate news
coverage to certainproceedlngsof
the Legislative Council.
In support oi the bill, Floor
Majority Leader Scott Bayman
stated if the Gainesville Sun turn turned
ed turned out a rotten newspaper no one
would buy it. This, he said, does
not apply to the Alligator, since
it is subsidized by student funds.
Therefore there must be some
checks on the Alligator to pre prevent
vent prevent the people (Alligator staff)
from using the entire paper as an
editorial.
The resolution passed on a voice

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vote, over the objection of Good Goodrich
rich Goodrich that to be passed a council
resolution must receive a f our
fifths majority. SG Vice President
Fred Breeze overruled this, be.
cause the resolution was judged
neither social or political, as re required
quired required in the constitution. He also
pointed out, however, the council
has no power to act on this or
any other resolution therefore the
action merely states disapproval
of Alligator policy.
A third resolution to take action
against the increase in student
date ticket prices failed by 15.
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By BILL DOUTHAT
Alligator Correspondent
Mayors representing 30 major
Florida cities will be given an
opportunity to sell their cities
to UF students through the Florida
Crossroads Program.
Jack Zucker, chairman of the
forums committee, said the pur purpose
pose purpose of Florida Crossroads is to
keep UF graduates in Florida. The
opportunities and advantages of
living and working in Florida will
be expressed by the mayors.
Three mayors will present their
cities this trimester as the ini initial
tial initial step in the five-year program.
The five to ten minute programs
will immediately precede the
appearance of the three national
personalities scheduled for this
trimester.
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Cates will initiate the program
during the performance of AlCapp
on Oct. 20. Mayor Cates, a UF
graduate, will stress the cleanli cleanliness,
ness, cleanliness, beauty and tax advantages of
the capital city.
On Nov. 3 Mayor Herman W.
Goldner of St. Petersburg will sell
his city to UF students during
the campus visit of Rep. Gerald
Ford, (R. Mich.) and C. Harold
Earnest, UF graduate and Mayor
of West Palm Beach will intro introduce
duce introduce his city preceding a lecture
by satirist Jules Feiffer on Nov.
10.
Zucker, the creator of Florida
Crossroads, said this program
should be more effective than pre previous
vious previous attempts since the mayors
appear along with national figur figures.
es. figures.
A pamphlet concerning The Flo Florida
rida Florida Crossroads program is a available
vailable available at the information booth
at the Hub. The booth is open dur during
ing during the week between 11 a.m.
and 1 p.m.

Traffic Study
Proposal
Given Reitz
By KATHIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
Action to help relieve parking
and traffic congestion on the cam campus
pus campus was given another boost re recently
cently recently when the committee on
t raffic and parking acted on a
three-phase proposal to correct
traffic problems. The proposal
must now be sent to UF' Presi President
dent President J. Wayne Reitz, who must
take it before the Board of Re Regents
gents Regents for adoption before it can
go into effect.
The proposal, submitted by a
New York consulting firm calls
for services divided into three
phases. The first phase provides
for the collection of basic park parking
ing parking and traffic data and the con conducting
ducting conducting of field studies to eval evaluate
uate evaluate the existing parking spaces
and traffic facilities.
The second phase provides for
recommendations to improve the
efficiency of existing parking and
traffic facilities and recommend recommendations
ations recommendations for the development of new
facilities to meet the present
needs.
The last phase, which is an
optional service, provides a basis
for continuing service in the form
of advice and guidance after pha phases
ses phases one and- two have been com completed.
pleted. completed.
The proposal was adopted in
principle by the committee, which
will be asking for clarification of
several points before the propos proposal
al proposal goes to Reitz.
The consulting firm will be
asked to clarify its personnel and
survey needs, and will be asked
to provide interim reports for the
first two phases should the pro proposal
posal proposal be adopted.
Ski Club
To Hold
Meeting
The Gator Ski Club will hold a
meeting Thursday at 8 p.m. in the
basement of Florida Gym. The
main purpose of the meeting is to
get new members, organize an
inter-club tournament and resur resurface
face resurface the ski-jump at Lake Wau Wauburg.
burg. Wauburg.
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The club also would like to train
students interested in water ski skiing.
ing. skiing. All persons are urged to at attend.
tend. attend.
New officers for the club are:
John Karnes, president; Mickey
Bercun and Paul Gallizi, vice vicepresidents;
presidents; vicepresidents; Don Miller, secretary.
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International
ESCALATING AID . LONDON Russia has reacted to the
growing American air offensive in North Viet Nam by escalating
its aid to Hanois air force, diplomatic reports said Tuesday.
According to the reports Soviet aid has doubled North Viet
Nams supply of MIG-21 supersonic jet fighters. This has been
accompanied by the formation of an 800 man Soviet aid and train training
ing training mission.
APPEALS TO PEOPLE . MOSCOW President Johnson ap appealed
pealed appealed directly to the Soviet people Tuesday to join with Americans
in helping to build a worldwide great society.
Johnson, in the Russian language magazine Amerika printed
by the United States Information Agency, USIA, sold here, also
acknowledged opposition to his Viet Nam policy within the United
States
REJECTS OFFER . TOKYO -- North
Vietnamese Premier Pham Van Dong Mon Monday
day Monday rejected U.S. terms for settlement of
the Viet Nam war. He said the only way
to peace was through a Communist victory.
BLAMES U.S. . WASHINGTON French Finance Minister
Michael Debre asserted Tuesday that it is the United States, not
the de Gaulle government, which is breaking the rules of the world
monetary game by relying on the dollar rather than gold.
In a speech to representatives of 104 nations here for the an annual
nual annual meeting of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank,
Debre reaffirmed French belief in gold as the cornerstone of the
world monetary system. 6
CHANGES SEEN . HONG KONG The Communist Bank of China
here hung out a huge red flag bearing a picture of Mao Tse-tung
Tuesday an. touched off speculation the Peking government has
decided to replace the traditional five-star standard it has used
since its founding in 1949.
The flag showed up today in preparation for the Oct. 1 celebra celebration
tion celebration of Red Chinas national day.
WINS AWARD . NEW DELHI lndias Council for Cultural
Relations Tuesday named United Nations Secretary General Thant
as the first recipient of the Nehru Memorial Award for his work
toward international understanding and friendship. The award
has a cash value of $13,333. Vice President Zakir Hussain said
that Thant would be invited to India to receive the award.
National
DOWNTURN SEEN . .WASHINGTON Nations Business re reported
ported reported Sunday that a poll of U.S. business leaders showed that
one in five foresees a down turn in the economy next year.
The magazine, in its regular quarterly poll, said that nearly
half of the businessmen responding predicted the 5 1-2 year bus business
iness business boom at least will level off by the end of 1966 or in 1967.
TOURS STATE . LOS ANGELES Vice President Hubert
H. Humphrey made a whirlwind tour of space, military and col collegiate
legiate collegiate facilities in southern California Monday. In one instance
a woman heckler screamed murderer at him.
His retort, to an audience of 6,500 persons at San Fernando
Valley State College, drew strong applause.
The first quality of a good education is good manners. Some
people flunk the course.
ANNOUNCE STRIKE . The transport work workers
ers workers union announced Tuesday it will strike
American Airlines this morning.
Spokesmen for the union, which represents
12,000 American Airlines employees, said
in New York the union membership voted
6,139 to 186 to strike the airline today at
1T.15 a.m.
JURY CHOSEN . HAYNEVILLE, ALA. A jury of eight Ne Negroes
groes Negroes and four whites was selected Tuesday to hear the mur murder
der murder trial of Ku Klux Klansman Eugene Thomas, charged in the
nightrider slaying of Mrs. Viola Gregg Liuzzo-
The Negroes were the first ever do sit in judgement of a white
man in this Alabama black soil belt farm town. A Federal court
earlier had ordered Negroes added to jury panels here.
PRICES LOWERED . DETROIT Chrysler Corp. joined Ford
Motor Co. Tuesday in the biggest price rollback in auto industry
history, a scramble to match lower price tags set by giant Gen General
eral General Motors Corp.
But even with the cuts prices on the three companies 1967
model cars will average about S6O more than 1966 models.

MADDOX VS. ARNALL

Georgia Elections Today

. ATLANTA (UPI) Former gov.
Ellis Arnall continued to hammer
away at the radical extremism
of opponent Lester Maddox Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, as the two men came down
to the wire in todays Democratic
gubernatorial runoff.
Maddox and Arnall put their
campaigns on the line today when
less than 500,000 voters are ex expected
pected expected to choose the nominee to
run against Republican Howard Bo
Callaway in the November general
election.
Atlanta book makers have rated
Arnall a 3,000 to 5,000 vote fav favorite
orite favorite over the surprising Atlan Atlanta
ta Atlanta segregationist, who launched his
campaign with no political sup support,
port, support, no advertising and no money.
The campaign has been char characterized
acterized characterized by mud slinging from
both sides, Maddox calling Arnall
a disciple of President Johnson
and a racist, and Arnall cal calling
ling calling Maddox a radical extremist
BAPTIST
MINISTER
FIRED
MACON, Ga. (UPI) A Baptist
minister fired by his congregation
for advocating that the church be
racially integrated said Monday
I dont feel any malice . Im
not going to forsake my calling.
Dr. Thomas J. Holmes, 49, as assistant
sistant assistant pastor Douglas Johnson and
minister of music Jack N. Jones
were fired by a vote of the church
membership at Tat nail Square
Baptist Church Sunday, following
the morning worship service.
The action came shortly after
an integration attempt at the church
by a Nigerian student attending
Mercer University, Sam Jerry Oni.
I tried to continue as minister
of the church without comprom compromising
ising compromising my position, Holmes said.
They decided that they didnt want
me and my associates any longer
because we stood together on this.
We felt that we could not be
true to the Christian faith and
exclude people from the house
of God on the basis of color .
Oni was turned away from the
church when he attempted to at attend
tend attend the worship services. He
was detained in a police car for
about an hour but no charges
were placed against him. The
church is on the campus of Mer Mercer,
cer, Mercer, a Baptist school.
I dont want to be critical of
my church, Holmes said. Os
course, Im out now and I dont
feel any malice toward anyone,
but I had to stand on the basis
of a principle. And thats the
issue.
Holmes added: Im going to
remain a Baptist minister. I am
not going to forsake my calling.
He said, I hope and pray it
will not hurt the church. TTiis
is part of the overall struggle
that is going on now in the con consciences
sciences consciences of the people. Peoples
consciences are hurting and they
are fearful. They are troubled.

who would make Georgia the laugh laughing
ing laughing stock of the nation.
Arnall continued his attack Mon Monday
day Monday while Maddox took a last min minute
ute minute campaign swing through the
north Georgia area including Dal Dalton
ton Dalton and Gainesville.
Lester Maddox has done more
to destroy respect for law and or order
der order in our state than any other
Georgian, Arnall said in a state statement
ment statement issued from his Atlanta head headquarters.
quarters. headquarters.
* The sold issue in the runoff
primary Wednesday is responsi responsibility
bility responsibility and experience as opposed
to violence and inexperience. It
would be a disgrace to Georgia
if Maddox were nominated. The
entire nation would laugh at us,
but it would be no laughing mat matter
ter matter for the people of Georgia.
Arnall repeated his contention
that a light vote in the primary
could cause him to lose the elec election
tion election to Maddox.
Waterfront
Explosion
Kills Five
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) A
gasoline barge ripped open by an
underwater piling burst into a huge
fireball on the San Francisco
waterfront early Tuesday, ap apparently
parently apparently killing five men.
A sixth sailor was critically in injured.
jured. injured. Three others also were hurt.
The bodies of two men were
recovered shortly after the ex explosion,
plosion, explosion, which also gutted the
barges tugboat and a Coast Guard
partol boat.

FLORIDA BRIEFS
The Weather Bureau said that satellite pictures indicated there
was an easterly wave in the Atlantic about 1,000 miles east of the
island of Trinidad and that a close watch would be kept on the
area via satellite and ship reports.
TALLAHASSEE State School Supt. Floyd T. Christian said
today that he has no police power to enforce a Supreme Court de decision
cision decision outlawing prayer and Bible reading in the schools.
But Christian said he hopes the counties which reportedly are
permitting devotional Bible reading and prayers in their class classrooms
rooms classrooms will reevaluate the practice in view of the court rulings.
PLANT CITY A heart attack caused the death of a prep foot football
ball football player Friday night during a game here, a school principal
said unofficially Monday as results of an autopsy were pending.
E. L. Bing, principal at Marshall High School, said the death
certificate listed cause of death as a heart attack.
Herbert Mitchell, 18, an all-star end for Marshall High School,
slumped to the ground midway through the third period of the game
and was dead on arrival at a Plant City hospital.
TALLAHASSEE Legislators were incensed Monday when officials
of only one county showed up for a public hearing for the 16-county
no west Florida region on problems of road financing and building.
ot even Leon County Tallahassee commissioners put in an
appearance.
Jackson County sent commissioners to the hearing, who said they
were opposed to spending secondary gasoline tax funds for acquisi acquisition
tion acquisition of right-of-way for primary highways.
They had no recommendation for a substitute source of money.
"" Public Service Commission set the dates
y or hearings in Starke and Cocoa on applications for toll tollfree
free tollfree telephone service and increased transportation rates,
th 6 ,?? 1 mmlssion said have a hearing in Starke Tuesday on
* f or toll-tree service between the Starke exchange of
Sou^Jn e el^ elePhone COrp **** Keystone Heights exchange of

A light vote could result in
an ax handle victory, he said.
A heavy vote will result in a
victory for law and order.
Arnall said that Georgias riot
laws needed strengthening, and
charged that Maddox disagreed.
Maddox, meanwhile, issued a
statement through his office saying
he would give no special privileges
to his campaign supporters and that
no qualified employe of the state
would be fired.
UF Campus
Has Buses
For Children
Their parents may have to
walk to classes, but the children
of UF married studients who live
in university housing now ride to
school in special buses.
The Mayor's Council, in con conjunction
junction conjunction with Student Govern Government,
ment, Government, has worked out an arrange arrangement
ment arrangement with Plants and Grounds to
supply buses and drivers at $4
per hour per bus.
Bus Riders
Needed To
FSU Game
Chartered buses are planned
for the Florida State football game
on October 8. The buses will
take students directly to the Flo Florida
rida Florida State Stadium and will re return
turn return to the UF campus.
All students interested in this
service must sign up at room 310
of the Florida Union by Monday.
The round-trip fare will cost $5.90
and will mean a savings of $1.85
over regular bus fare.



PROGRAM SUBJECT TO SUSPICION

Goodrich Says Student Platform Misleading

Gary Goodrich, United Party
Chairman said Tuesday Student
Partys claim that it has com completed
pleted completed 85 per cent of its plat platform
form platform is subject to suspicion.
Goodrich, a candidate for Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Council, pointed to two

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dorm areas only received SI,OOO
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have been given to another pro project.
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Goodrich, president of Graham
area, said he knew where the
dorm areas money was spent
and did not believe the $4,000
figure claimed by Student Party
was correct.
Goodrich said John Darlson,
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Student Government treasurer,
had allocated the money. I dont
see how Student Party can claim
responsibility for getting that
money when a Decision Party
officer was in charge of it,
said Goodrichs
As Graham areas represen representative
tative representative to the Council I have di direct
rect direct contact with all of the leg legislation
islation legislation passed during Student
Partys term in office. I just
dont believe they have complet completed
ed completed more than 15 per cent of their
platform. Goodrich said.
Goodrich said United Party will
be victorious in the elections
Education Group
To Meet Thursday
The Student Florida Education
Association will meet Thursday
in room 250, Norman Hall, at 7:30
p.m. Local high school and ele elementary
mentary elementary teachers will discuss
What is Expected of Interns,
Interns will also speak on what
they expect from internship.

Thursday. He said many people
have come to him wishing to
help with Uniteds campaign.
I think the students of the
University of Florida have ma matured
tured matured enough to see a political
hoax for what it is. If Student
Party really wanted fair bloc
seating they would have passed
the bill this summer. he said.
UF Reaction
( FROM PAGE 1)
would be better. Voluntary ROTC
will have more quality and, with
the present situation in Viet Nam,
it will be a popular course.
iScafuti said he wasnt com completely
pletely completely glad the program had been
changed. Some people havent had
discipline at home and they need
some. ROTC teaches them a little
pride in the way they dress and
act.
Walter Harrison, 2UC, said I
think voluntary ROTC is a mis mistake
take mistake because of the number of
officers needed by the Army.
Whether or not were in a war,
the Army always needs officers.
Eliminating the compulsory pro program
gram program would substantially reduce
the number of officers.
I didnt like it, but still, its
something thats needed. The
training gives a fairly large num number
ber number of boys experience in mili military
tary military custom and this is good for
the country in case of emergency
said Mike Flynt, 3AS. Flynt'iadded
he didnt think the training should
be compulsory.
Jerry Connock, 4UC, thought
ROTC should be compulsory.
What you learn through it
makes a man of you. It teaches
you leadership, and this shows in
the end and helps you face things
with a more adult outlook. he
said.
Dennis Bowers, 2UC, agreed
with Connock- I dont think chang changing
ing changing the program is a wise move
and I dont think most boys out
there would go into ROTC if it
were not compulsory, he said.
According to Skip Ingley, 4EG,
the program should be tried on a
voluntary basis, and if enough
students dont participate, it should
be required. The school has too
much money invested in the pro program
gram program to let it die, he said. How However,
ever, However, he thought ROTC would con continue
tinue continue to be popular because of the
Viet Nam situation.
Ingley didnt think the idea of I
a compulsory military course is
wrong. The school determines a
lot of the students other activi activities,
ties, activities, why not the military? he
said.
However, Peter Stahnke, 3AS,
feels that" the university
shouldnt be an Instrument of the
Army. Its none of the universitys
business to force people into the
armed services. Most of the peo people
ple people Ive talked to think eliminat eliminating
ing eliminating the ROTC requirement is a
good thing.
Unaffiliated
VOTE
MARVIN
SHAMS
Off-Campus
Dedicated Experienced
(paid political adv.)

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I, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, Septei~Nr 28. 1966

The Florida Alligator
'A L Ow RAKMiPCitt'Tk'TfwA.'

EDDIE SEARS 808 MENAKER STEVE HULL
Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor
ANDY MOOR DICK DENNIS
Editorial Editor Sports Editor
Opinions of columnists do not necessarily reflect the
editorial viewpoint of the Alligator. The only official
voice of the Alligator staff is the editorial in the left
column.
Just Anothe r Day?
Tomorrow is a most important day
for UF students. Sadly, many arent even
aware of it.
Tomorrow is the day you can decide
who you want to handle a good portion
of your $l3O activity fee. It is your
chance to choose representatives from
the area in which you live someone
you know will represent you unselfish unselfishly.
ly. unselfishly.
Tomorrow is election day.
Thirty of the 70 seats in Legislative
Council are up for grabs. Control of
the Council is at stake.
The issue before you, the voter, is not
at all clear. You must wade through
the qualifications of three candidates in
m any cases.
Student Party, with a heavy lead in
the bloc vote category, is the odds-on
favorite. Student will be running on the
record of the Jacobs Administration and
the Student Party-dominated Council.
Decision Party, Students perennial foe,
is running opposition to what Jacobs has
done while in office. Decision, however,
is not well organized and is running only
17 candidates for the 30 posts.
The new factor in the election is the
United Party.
Coming into being just hours before
the qualifying deadline, United is chal challenging
lenging challenging both Decision and Student in the
old independent Apathy image. In fact,
former Apathy vice-presidential candi candidate,
date, candidate, Bob Sturm, is on the ticket.
Led by independents Greg Johnson and
Gary Goodrich, United has a three-house
Greek backing. In order to win,, it must
turn out the independents to vote.
The Fall Elections have always come
up unnoticed. For example, last fall
less than 2,000 students voted in Sep September.
tember. September. This is a marked decrease
from the 9,000 plus who voted in this
years spring elections.
We think this io a deplorable show showing.
ing. showing.
It seems only natural that you should
want to exercise some control over the
$500,000 budget of Student Government.
And the polls offer the opportunity.
Will you take advantage?
. i
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
accepts all letters to the editor.
Due to space limitations how however,
ever, however, we ask that letters not
exceed 350 words

Mi,. v h Jf
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Our Man Hoppe
By ART HOPPE ",

I was reading through this fear fearless,
less, fearless, hard-hitting editorial from
the Chicago Tribune entitled Hie
Sabotage of Chicago."
As you know theyve got this
thing going in Chicago where the
Reverend Martin Luther King leads
a bunch of Negroes down the street
every few days and the Whites
turn out by the thousands to heave
rocks at them.
The Tribune says angrily that
such goings-on have brought vio violence,
lence, violence, resentment and global no notoriety
toriety notoriety to Chicago." And without
fear or favor it lays the blame
squarely where it belongs on
the Reverend Martin Luther King.
For as the editorial so incontro incontrovertibly
vertibly incontrovertibly points out, if these Ne Negroes
groes Negroes would stop walking down the
streets, all these fine, decent Chi Chicagoans
cagoans Chicagoans would stop heaving rocks
at them. Which cannot be denied.
Its a wonder Dr. King hasnt been
arrested for inciting a riot.
Im sure all public-spirited cit citizens
izens citizens will agree. And none agrees
more than my friend, Mr. Harry
V. Plate, chairman of the National
White Citizens Council to Abo Abolish
lish Abolish Jewelry Stores, Accounting
and Women in Supermarkets.
Ane Tribune is absolutely
right," cried Mr. Plate. The most
effective way to stop rock-throw rock-throwing,
ing, rock-throwing, violence and lawlessness in
general is to destroy the incentive.
And as soon as it has abolished
Dr. King and his marchers, I
trust it will turn its attention to
jewelry stores.*
Jewelry stores?
- For eons, the forces of law
and order have done their utmost
to end jewelry store robberies,
explained Mr. Plate, Withoutsuc Withoutsuccess.
cess. Withoutsuccess. TTie reason is clear. A jew jewelry
elry jewelry store with its lavish display
of expensive gems is an open in invitation
vitation invitation to a stick up. Think of the
young men we could save from
prison by closing all jewelry
stores
Unarguably true.
And accounting practices!
said Mr. Plate. Obviously they
encourage fraud and embezzlement
or there wouldnt be so much of

it. Good, honest accountants
shouldnt be subjected to the tem temptations
ptations temptations of double-entry bookkeep bookkeeping
ing bookkeeping and secret ledgers. Let us
protect them from their natural
urge to embezzle by removing the
root of the problem the account accounting
ing accounting system.
Ingenious. And women in super supermarkets?
markets? supermarkets?
* Have you ever pushed your bas basket
ket basket around a corner to find, in
a dimly-lit back aisle, a woman
in hair-curlers and baggy slacks
reaching for a can of pickled
succotash? asked Mr. Plate with
a shudder. We shall never lower
the incidence of rapes in super supermarkets
markets supermarkets as long as we allow such
scenes to incite the lusts of in innocent
nocent innocent men.
Most logical, I said. But person personally,
ally, personally, Ive never been much tempted
to heave rocks at peaceful march marchers,
ers, marchers, stick up jewelry stores, em embezzle,
bezzle, embezzle, or violate ladies in super supermarkets.
markets. supermarkets.
Hasnt anything stirred you
lately to thoughts of violence, rage,
mopery and possibly arson? he
asked.
I reflected for a moment. And
then nodded enthusiastically.
Good, he said. Ive got an
organization for you, too. Sign here
and welcome to The Committee to
Abolish the Chicago Tribune.

Florida Alligator Staff
N phl A £r CAROL HEFNER GENE NAIL
00 to Society Editor Editorial Assistant
l \ '
JO ANN LANGWORTHY NEWT SIMMONS
General Assignment Editor Wire Editor
STAFF WRITERS Marti Cochran, Bob Beck, Barbara Frank,
Sue Froemke, Sharon Bauer, Barbara Gefen, Lin Johnson, Maury
dicker, Harry Moore, Kathie Keim, Mike Harrel, Jean Mamlin,
Betty Diamond.
ASSISTANT EDITORS Judy Redfern, Dot Bell, Sherrie Bras Braswell,
well, Braswell, Tom Giliberti, Joe Torchia, Louis Nobo. Kathy Deaean,
TuckS Latt Justine Harlan, Aggie Fowles, Nick Tatro, Tyler
1 ii
In order to better cover campus events the Alligator uses
reporters from the School of Journalism and Communications
Their bylines are followed by Alligator Correspondent.

Culture
Isolates
Red China
By HENRY SHAPIRO
U nited Press International
MOSCOWPekings cultural pro program
gram program appears to have driven China
into ideological isolation and been
effective in gaining friends and
influencing Communists for the
Soviet Union.
Editorial comment from the rul ruling
ing ruling Communist parties reflects the
embarrassment Mao Tse-tung
must have given veteran Western
Marxists who have not forgotten
Josef Stalins absolutism.
Hard-core Communists, who for
13 years have labored at explaining
away the abuses of the Stalin
era as alien to Marxism, are
now hard put to rationalize Maos
actions.
One refrain runs through the re recent
cent recent writings of Communist
spokesmen from Havana to
Warsaw as published in the Soviet
press what is happening Pe Peking
king Peking has nothing in common with
Marxism.
With few exceptions Communist
parties which once either took
the Peking line or straddled the
fence between Moscow and Peking
appear to be breaking away from
Maoism.
Moscow has long given up the
claim, which Peking now asserts,
that it is the headquarters of world
revolution.
The thunderbolts of anathema
which Stalin once hurled at those
who did not follow his party line
now come from Peking.
But Moscow for some time,
especially since the ousting of Ni Nikita
kita Nikita S. Khrushchev, has tried to
avoid making its foreign comrades
blush. No teen-aged Russian Kom Komsomols.
somols. Komsomols. Young Communists are
running amok in the syle of Hitler
youth.
When the Russians sought a
meeting of world Communist
parties to outlaw the Chinese from
the International Communist
movement, they could not scare
up sufficient enthusiasm for such
a drastic step even among the
majority of the world parties which
support the Soviet Line.
Now China, with its delcared
unrestricted ideological and poli political
tical political warfare against the Soviet
Union, has drummed herself out
of the camp.
Even Romania, which for her own
nationalist reasons has been flirt flirting
ing flirting mildly with the Chinese and
more strongly with neutralism, can
hardly go along with Pekings de description
scription description of the Soviet leaders as
scum.



Disagrees With Molitor On Rush Practices

EDITOR:
. b
As I read yesterdays (Sept. 22)
edition of the Florida Alligator,
my attention was attracted to an
article by Mr. Doug Molitor con concerning
cerning concerning sorority rush. I do not
pretend to know much about the
cruelties of the sorority sys system
tem system if Indeed they do exist
so I will limit my criticisms to
his assessment of fraternity rush.
(Mr. Molitor would do well tolim-

EDITOR:
I have been reading college new newpapers
papers newpapers for several years now and
over that time I have seen writ writing,
ing, writing, editorial writing included, that
would make a resolute stoic barf;
never within memory, however,
have I seen a piece of tripe to
compare with Mondays Alligator
editorial, Compulsory, Yes.
Who, WHO is writing this gar garbage???
bage??? garbage???
Ill dispense with a critique of
the spelling and grammar, which,
in itself, is a rare treat; next
to the kindred horrors of the edit editorial
orial editorial the spelling and grammar
is pure John Keats.
The editorial fabricator advises,
obviously with stark seriousness:
Tuesday night the UF Faculty

Down With Simmons

EDITOR:
Ive had it! The Alligator has done it again. Why must the stu students
dents students at the University of Florida be constantly plagued with
reporting of information where both facts and common sense
are lacking?
I'm concerned mainly with the column in Friday, Sept. 23
Alligator by Newt Simmons dealing with Blue Key and their
preferential seating at football games.

They must work in several are areas
as areas of campus life to even qual qualify
ify qualify to apply for membership.
And these men, unlike the Al Alligator
ligator Alligator staff, are not paid. They
work for the University without
monetary compensation and they
work hard. This takes time away
from their families, friends and
studies.
As for what they do Mr. Sim Simmons,
mons, Simmons, check this years activity
calander around the dates of Oct.
28-29. Thats right; Homecom Homecoming.
ing. Homecoming. These men work many hours
per day all year long to put on
this extravaganza for your ben benefit
efit benefit as well as mine and the rest
of the students. For this they
are called the YO-YO Club! If
this is not appreciated or under understood
stood understood by you as a service to
our University community, why
dont you stay home the 28-29
of October? Anything put on by
the YO-YO Club couldnt be very
good anyway.
If a block of seats at a foot football
ball football game means that much to
you Mr. Simmons, get out from
behind that typewriter, dont pick
up that pay check, and engage
actively in three or four major
campus committees for a few
years; then apply for member membership,
ship, membership, get yourself accepted, take
much badgering from the Alliga Alligator
tor Alligator and sit with the rest of the
real campus leaders!
JUDY FINDEISEN, 5 AR

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it his remarks to subjects in which
he is informed). Near the end of
the article the statement is made:
this year . well-meaning but
inept IFC officials resurrected the
archaic and discriminating invita invitation
tion invitation system.
n
First, I find it humorous being
labeled inept by an editorialist
who uses three paragraphs to pro proclaim
claim proclaim the attributes of the Bea Beatles
tles Beatles new found maturity. (1 sup suppose
pose suppose there is an obscure connec connection

Never Seen A Worse Editorial

Senate will vote on a matter that
could affect the national security
of this nation. If the reader does doesnt
nt doesnt collapse, quivering, into a cor corner
ner corner at the mere suggestion of the
UF Faculty Senate voting on any anything
thing anything of even remote consequence,
he might go on to discover more
funny lines.
After pointing to a shortage of
officers at Forts Benning and
Bragg, the editorialist warns that
the Senate, if it makes the wrong
decision Tuesday, could make the
officer shortage even more acute.
None of you people out there ever
realized that Gainesville was the
Hub of the Military Universe, did
you now?
The editorial is a marvel:
Why hamper the strength of
our fighting men?

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tion connection between this British musical
group and sorority ruch.) Possibly
Mr. Molitor should be writing the
amusement column, a task to which
his style would be better suited.
Secondly, I am curious as to
the authors source for his facts.
As IFC Rush Chairman, I know of
no resurrection of a discrim discriminating
inating discriminating invitation system. This faU
the fraternities followed the same
pattern of open house and invita invitation
tion invitation meals (a logistical necessity)

If UF, number one in the Third
Army, goes voluntary, will other
schools follow the lead?
UF cannot afford to start a
snowball at a time like this.
Are you guys KIDDING?
Theres considerable disagree disagreement
ment disagreement within the Defense Depart Department
ment Department and the Army, itself, as to
the desirability of compulsory RO ROTC.
TC. ROTC. This being the case, the
changeover of one or probably even
several schools to the voluntary
program isnt likely to alter the
course of mankind. Not that Flor Floridas
idas Floridas switch would necessarily, or
even likely, precipitate wholesale
changes elsewhere, anyway. Did
UF go voluntary when FSU did?
Compulsory ROTC is a stupid
and unfair burden upon the univer university
sity university student. If the Army hurts
for officers, let it offer some im imaginative
aginative imaginative incentive. Did you ever
wonder WHY the Air Force is
high over its officer quota?
Another thing.
Your Alligator poll of advanced
cadets in the Army ROTC program
relative to the matter of com compulsory
pulsory compulsory vis-a-vis voluntary ROTC
what was the point of it if not
to subtly (and erroneously) imply

Wednesday, September 28, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

that has been followed for the past
several years. The basic change in
the system was to delay the of official
ficial official acceptance of pledgeship for
a period of three days. This ex extension
tension extension gave the rushee a better
opportunity to find the fraternity
best fitted to his personality and
needs. Likewise, it gave more time
to the houses to consider which
men they desired to invite to be become
come become members oi uieir brotner brotnerhood.
hood. brotnerhood. This change was made in
an effort to prevent the cruel mis-

that UF students supported com compulsory
pulsory compulsory ROTC? What do you ex expect
pect expect advanced cadets to answer?
Most of them are gung-ho Army,
unquestionably several others feel
that since they were forced into
ROTC so should be other people.
More revealing that the fact that
70 per cent of those polled fav favored
ored favored compulsory ROTC is the
fact that practically 30 per cent
of these advanced cadets did not.
Lets knock off this third-grade
hokum and replace it with a lit little
tle little integrity, a lot more thought
and a great deal less gullibility.
BILL KILLEEN

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#NOW #1 AND STILL GROWING#
UNIV. AVE. 372-9354 W

takes wh-ch have occured numer numerously
ously numerously in the past, because of the
hasty decisions forced by the old
system.
The IFC spent over four months
analyzing the old system and com comparing
paring comparing it to the pros and cons
of rush rules used at universit universities
ies universities throughout the United States.
Extensive efforts were made to
discover, discuss, and adapt meth methods
ods methods of constructive and progres progressive
sive progressive rush to the needs of the UF.
From the many interviews which
have been held since the end of
formal rush, we truly believe that
this labor was not in vain.
Finally, Mr. Molitor ends his
paragraph by stating: This was
a big step in bringing the free freewheeling
wheeling freewheeling fraternities under thumb
. This observation seems to
preclude the fact that the IFC is
a democratic body composed of all
the fraternities. Thus, the rush
system was not imposed upon the
houses but instituted by them to
keep pace with the demands of
a modern, thoughful student body.
DON SLESNICK, 3 LW
IFC Rush Chairman
(EDITORS NOTE: Doug Molitor
is a member of Beta Theta Pi
fraternity.)

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for sale
1965 200cc LAMBRETTA. Good
all around transportation, cruises
at 60-65 mph. Spare tire and
luggage rack. Must sell immed immediately,
iately, immediately, S3OO. 378-3007 after sp.m.
(A-20-st-c).
ZENITH Portable Stereo, 6 months
old, S7O or best offer. Call 378-
3641. (A-20-3t-c).
FLAMENCO Guitar. SIBO with
case. Call 372-7975 after 5 p.m.
(A-15-st-c).
:tr
FOR SALE: 1966 HONDA "150
with rolled and pleated seat lug luggage
gage luggage rack, barrel pipes, road roadgears,
gears, roadgears, CaU 378-5424. (A-15-st-c).
BEST BUY Trailer with beau beautifully
tifully beautifully finished cabana. Air con conditioned,
ditioned, conditioned, ww carpeting, complete completely
ly completely furnished. Practically on cam camous.
ous. camous. Glynnwood Trl. Park, Phone
372-5540. (A-13-ts-c).
1965 BLACK HONDA Super Hawk
305 cc. See at Charlie Murrays
Marine Sales and Service, 516
West University Ave. (A-17-st-c).
1962 DUCATI 250 cc. In June 66
rebuilt engine at a cost of $246.
Must sell, need money, sacrifice
$295. Runs excellent, 616 NW 13th
St., Cottage A, behind Knotts Bar.
(A-17-3t-p).
1965 BSA LIGHTING Rocket 650
cc, twin carbs, custom seat, can candy
dy candy apple red, price flexible, call
378-6963. (A-19-st-p).
for rent
FURNISHED Apartment, two bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, Village Park, SW 16th Ave.
Sublet Oct. 9 to Jan. 8. Call 378-
1977. (B-st-20-c).
RENT OR BUY two bedroom mo mobilehome,
bilehome, mobilehome, 8x37 with 9x12 cabana
on large shaded lot, 10 minute
drive to Univ. Well furnished
has auto gas heat and large fan.
S6O monthly including Park Rent,
1/2 credit towards purchase with
2 year lease contract. Some part
time work available. H. Williams,
376-3322 or 372-5621. (B-19-10t (B-19-10tc).
c). (B-19-10tc).
r
wanted
FEMALE ROOMMATE to suaxe
3 bedroom house, 1 1/2 blocks
from campus. 1103 SW 4th Ave. ?
378-5279, monthly $28.75. (C- 7-
3t-c).
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wanted
RIDE WANTED three boys to
Plant City or Lakeland, Friday
the 30th at 2:30 p.m. coming
back Sunday. Call 376-9120 for
Howard Wansley or Jay Ura. (C (C---20-lt-p).
--20-lt-p). (C---20-lt-p).
NEED RIDERS for Vero Beach
and Fort Pierce weekend of Sept.
30. On weekend of October 7,
need riders to Tallahassee. Call
Mary Haynes, 378-5228. (C-20-
st-c).
MALE ROOMMATE needed imme immediately
diately immediately for Starlite Apartment,
near to campus. $33.75 monthly
plus 1/4 utilities. Call 372-8835.
(C-20-3t-c).
MALE ROOMMATE wanted to
share 2 bedroom apartment with
kitchen. $37.50 monthly plus 1/2
utilities Call 378-5977. (C-17-
3t-c).
>
FEMALE ROOMMATE to share
two bedroom trailer, call 378-
5644 after 5:50 p.m. (C-19-2t-p).
help wanted
Students and student wives, part parttime
time parttime waitress and waiters for ban banquiet
quiet banquiet service, liberal wages and
other benefits. Apply in person
to Directors Office, Main Cafe Cafeteria,
teria, Cafeteria, Campus. (E-19-3t-c).
SHOE SALESMAN on weekend. Ap Apply
ply Apply in person, Self Service Shoe
Store, 915 North Main. (E-19-2t (E-19-2tc).
c). (E-19-2tc).
STUDENT Stenographer or typist.
10 hours per week in afternoons.
See Mrs. Brannon NRN 334,
8-12 a.m., ext. 2005. (E-17-st-c).
DEANS SECRETARY University
of Fla. has an exceptional pos position
ition position for an outstanding secretary.
Must be proficient in typing and
shorthand. Math aptitude or back background
ground background helpful, good judgement,
maturity, versatility and ability to I
meet public essential. Position
offers excellent working con conditions.
ditions. conditions. Good beginning salary.
Opportunity for salary advance advancement.
ment. advancement. Many fringe benefits, call
Central Employment Center, UF
ext. 2645 for appointment. An equal
opportunity employer. (E-19-
2t-c).
MALE OR FEMALE -two weeks
full time, library, typing, exped expediting
iting expediting travel details, S7O per week,
378-1977. (E-20-3t-c).

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help wanted
MALE Help wanted part-time
apply Tonys Pizza, 1308 West
University Ave. (E-20-3t-c).
STUDENT Publications needs a
skillful student to opague and strip
offset page negatives. Hourly wage.
Three nights per week, caU 2832
now and ask for Ed Barber. (E (E---
--- (E---
WANTED part time secretary,
neat typist, short hand preferred
but not essential. Hours are 1-5
p.m., 5 day week, good working
conditions. Phone Wilford Thomp Thompson
son Thompson at 376-4479. (E- 7-st-c).
autos

SUMPTUOUS 1965 Buick GS con convertable,
vertable, convertable, like new condition, green
with tan leather, four speed, new
tires, call 378-6595. (G-17-st-c).
1958 TR3, just had body work,
motor newly overhauled. Contact
Arthur Annison, University Inn
Motel. (G-20-3t-c).
BLACK 1959 VW, Sunroof. Argus
8 mm Movie Projector, call 376-
9942. (G-20-lt-c).
1965 VW convertable, 13,000
miles, red with black top like new
condition. $1,600. 376-1444. (G (G---
--- (G---
ALFA ROMEO 1962, red road roadster,
ster, roadster, (Spyder) Tonneau, Michelin
X tires, excellent condition, 378-
4619. (G- 14-st-c).
1960 Alfa Romeo Veloce: 2 web-
ers, DOHC, 2 spare wheels and
tires, roll bar, Getting married
must sell. Best offer over S7BO.
Call 376-4271. (G-20-3t-p).
1963 CORVAIR, automatic trans transmission,
mission, transmission, R&H, four door sedan,
excellent condition, ask $775 or
best offer, call 376-9821 or see
at 2915 NE 13th Dr. (G-20-6t-c). /
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1958 Ford, $75. Call 372-9405
Chuck WUson. (G-20-2t-c).
1965 Tempest, automatic trans transmission,
mission, transmission, power steering and pow power
er power brakes, radio, air-conditioner,
back-up lights, padded dash, tint tinted
ed tinted glass, under warranty or 1965
Austin Healy 3,000, call ext 2881
days and 372-6289 evenings. (G (G---19-10t-c).
--19-10t-c). (G---19-10t-c).
1956 T-Bird, excellent condition,
has 1957 top, auto-transmission,
good body and engine. Can be seen
daily, 9 a.m. 5 p.m., m-f, at
Red Barn Restaurant, across from
GainesvlUe High School. Ask for
Kenneth, best offer. (G-19-3t-c).
personal
Are the Americans that are fight fighting
ing fighting in Viet Nam defending Chris Christian
tian Christian Doctorines or the teachings
of Martin Luther. The bible says
beware of false profits, the econ economy
omy economy is booming and so are the
' guns. Take it to the Supreme
Court. There is no king in a Mer Merry
ry Merry Christmas only Jesus. Hes
not in school anymore. Ask those
who kick his works around. If
youre from Burningham dont tell
them where to go by George.
Theres predjudice up North. H.
C. Bham, 3 UF 56, Box 1355,
Hialeah 33011, HowardSimms,74l
E. 55 St., Box 1355, Hialeah,
Florida. (J-14-st-p).
WANTED car pool to Ocala, Mon Monday
day Monday through Friday, beginning Oct.
3. If interested contact Brian Eck Eckersly,
ersly, Eckersly, 372-1993. (J-15-st-c)
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I WISH TO THANK SHIRLEY AND
JOE, FRED AND GORDON, DANE
AND GLENDA, PATSY AND
C LARK FOR A WONDERFUL SAT SATURDAY.
URDAY. SATURDAY. EVERETT(J-2- t-p).
By establishing effective channels
of communication, Steve Gertzman
will make YOUR voice heard in
Leg. Council. (J-20-lt-p).
lost-found
LOST Gold watch somewhere
between Matherly Hall and Vil Village
lage Village Park Apt. Call 378-6934.
(If-19-3t-c).
REWARD: $5 for return of girls
. wallet lost Tuesday in Library.
No questions asked. Sentimental
attachment to IDs within. 378-
4838. (L-16-st-p).
LOST One girls watch with
brown alligator band last week weekend
end weekend in the Architecture Complex.
Call Liz at 376-9348 (ZTA). Hi
Donovan! (L-20-lt-c).
LOST: Green wallet, lost near
McCarty Hall, contained valuable
paper and IDs. Reward, call 378-
5473. (L-20-3t-c).
LOST Brown rimmed glasses
vicinity gate 14, section 83, after
Northwestern game. Phone, 378-
4553. (L-17-lt-p).
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lost-found
BROWN WALLET Ira in phone
booth next to Ginos 9/22/66, 10
p.m. Contains IDs, etc. Reward.
Contact C.E. Pitts; Bldg. 716, Apt.
302 University Gardens. (L-19-
3t-p).
situations
wanted
WOULD LIKE to do all phases of
student typing in my home. Above
average speed and accuracy. If
interested, call 372-6818 or see
1821 NW 7th St. (F-16-st-c).

Ths Orange aad

Wednesday Propeller Club: Dr. Robert W.
_ Bradbury, The Possibilities of
ep em er 28 a L a tj n American Common Mar Market,
ket, Market, 218 FLU, 7:30 p.m.
Young Republicans: Guest speak speaker,
er, speaker, Carl Helton, GOP candidate
for County Comm., FLU John Johnson
son Johnson Lounge, 7:30 p.m.
Peace Corps Recruiting Team:
FLU Bryan Lounge, 9 a.m.
5 p.m All former volunteers
please come by or call.
Student Agricultural Council:
Meeting, 130 McC, 5 p.m.
AIA Film Series: Big City 1980,
103-B AFA, 8 p.m.
Speleological Society: Group Meet Meeting,
ing, Meeting, 324 FLU, 7 p.m.

LAW SCHOOL ADMISSION TEST: Law School ad admission
mission admission test will be given on Nov. 12 to candidates
seeking admission to law schools throughut the
nation. Applications are avialabl
PRE-MED AND PRE-DENT STUDENTS: Last week
to register with the pre-professional office, 111
Anderson. This is required by the professional
schools.
ENGINEERING SEMINAR: Dr. W. Robert Marshall,
associate dean, College of Engineering of the Uni University
versity University of Wisconsin, will speak on "Interdisciplin "Interdisciplinary
ary "Interdisciplinary Programs in Engineering Education" 4 p.m.
today, in the Engineering Auditorium.
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING CLASS: Did you miss
the first meeting of the Computing Centers program programming
ming programming class? You are not too late to register at the
next class meeting tonight at 7:30 in the General
Classroom Building, room 101. For more informa information
tion information call the Computing Center at 376-8246.
HELP AND REVIEW SESSIONS: Help sessions in
American Institutions will be held every day at 2:30
p.m.; biology sessions at 7 p.m. Meeting places are:
Mondays Hume Hall Conference Room; Tuesdays
Rawlings Hall Conference Room; Wednesdays
Tolbert Hall Lounge; Thursdays Jennings Hall
Recreation Room; Fridays Mallory Hall Recrea Recreation
tion Recreation Room.
ETS FOREIGN LANGUAGE EXAM: Sept. 30 is
the deadline for the ETS foreign language examina examinations
tions examinations to be given Oct. 29. Examination fee may be
payed in the Student Service Center.
MUSIC AUDITIONS: Department of Music will hold
auditions Monday, Oct. 3, 9 p.m. in Room 122 of
the Music Building for sopranos and altos wishing
to audition as soloist for the performance of the
GLORIA by Poulence and GLORIA by Vivaldi. For
information see Dr. Keister in Building R, room 132

MONTHLY DEPOSITS ARE NO LONGER LIMITED IN YOUR CREDIT UNION
BuMding J Radio Rood No Increase
Serving V oj F Employees Since 1935
Paid Semiannually Gainesville Florida Campus Federal Credit Union # # Loans...

services
ALTERATIONS of all kinds on
Mens and Womans clothing. Mrs.
Dora Manookian, 35 years of ex experience,
perience, experience, 24-hour service on R.
O.T.C. Uniforms. Phone 376-1794,
or see at 1824 NW Ist Ave.
14-lOt-c).
PROFESSIONAL dressmaking/
designing/ alterations. Contenital
custom hand finishing. Gail Guynn
- Pot Pourri Shop, Village Square,
378-1991. (M-15-ts-c).
ARE YOU man enough to listen
to a dynamic anti-communist mes message?
sage? message? Dial Let Freedom Ring
372-3364. Taped message changes
weekly. (M-14-Bt-p).

Wednesday, September 28, 1966, The Florida Alligator, :

BLUE BULLETIN

Please Turn In All Items For Campus Calendar To The Public Functions Office, Fla. Union

Thursday,
September 29

Administrative Notices

PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS
(Sign-up sheets are posted two weeks in advance
of the interview date at University Placement Ser Services,
vices, Services, Building H. Interviews will be held in the
Florida Union. Room numbers will be posted across
from the Information Desk in the Union the morn morning
ing morning of the interview, (indicates hiring juniors for
summer employment.)
SEPT. 28: ARTHUR YOUNG & CO. -- Acctg,
Bus.Ad, Law. E. I. DUPONT de NEMOURS & CO.
-- CE, Bldg. Cons, IE.
SEPT. 28,29: BELL SYSTEM EE, IE, Math,
Psy, ME, Eng. Sci, EE, ME. E. I. DUPONT de NE NEMOURS
MOURS NEMOURS & CO. Chem, ChemE, Ps Math
SEPT. 28, 29, 30: E.I. DUPONT de NEMOURS &
CO. ChE, ME, EE, IE, Ps, Che, Math, Met, CE,
NE.* MONSANTO CO. ChE, ME, EE, IE, Chem,
Ps, Acctg., Bus. Ad.
SEPT. 29, 30: ARTHUR ANDERSON & CO.--Acctg.
SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. Anyone interested in
retail and executive training program. PAN AMER AMERICAN
ICAN AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS, INC. EE.
SEPT. 30: MASONITE CORP. Wood Tech, For Forestry.
estry. Forestry. MILLIGAN & BURKE Acctg. BROWN EN ENGINEERING
GINEERING ENGINEERING CO., INC. CE, EE, ME, Math, Ps.
W. T. GRANT CO. Anyone interested in retailing.

UNIVERSITY DAMES TEA: The University Dames
cordially invites all student wives to the fall wel welcoming
coming welcoming tea at the home of Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz,
2151 W. University Ave., Saturday, Oct. 1, from 3
5 p.m. Parking will be available on the drill field.
For further information call 376-0895.

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CHARTER AIRCRAFT FOR VAN-_,
DERBILT GAME: I.F.R. Pilot
no delays. Prices comparable to
bus and train, cheaper than air airlines.
lines. airlines. Schedule arranged to suit
passengers, Call Doug evenings
at 378-4981 or 378-6669. (M-16-
st-c).
WHOSE EXPERIENCED?
Weve got commercial and ins instrument
trument instrument ratings plus 400 hours
in the air. Dont trust your life
with beginners. Fort Lauderdald
is a long way. Call Victor, 378-
6669. (M-20-lt-c).

Campus Calendai

Pi Sigma Epsilon: Smoker, 215
FLU, 7:30 p.m.
International Committee: 210 FLU,
4:30 p.m.
Newman Club: Catholic Youth
Choir; Initiation Meeting, 7
p.m.; Discussion Session, Bp.m.
Catholic Student Center: All init initiates
iates initiates who have not attended an
initiation meeting should attend
this one.
Student Elections
Greek Council: 212 FLU, 4:30 p.m.
Florida Socialist Union: Organi Organizational
zational Organizational Meeting, 324 FLU, 8:30
p.m.
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow Fellowship;
ship; Fellowship; Discussion, Christianity

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PRACTICE RIDING AND IN INSTRUCTION
STRUCTION INSTRUCTION ENGLISH AND
WESTERN. Horses boarded and
pastured. Horse Haven Riding
School. 376-9791 or 376-3494. (M (M---20-3t-c).
--20-3t-c). (M---20-3t-c).
NURSERY. Complete central heat heated
ed heated & air conditioning. Separate
infant dept., 3 age groups.Pre groups.Preschool
school groups.Preschool training. Phone 376-0917
daytime, 372-4021 nighttime. (M (M---2-20t-c).
--2-20t-c). (M---2-20t-c).
Will be open for all ballgames
and also entire Homecoming Week Weekend.
end. Weekend. Call for reservations: 376-
0917 or after 6 p.m. 372-4021.
(M- 16-6 t-c).

& Sex Ethics, FLU Johnson
Lounge, 8 p.m.
AIA Film Series: Big City 1980,
105-B AFA, 3:40 p.m.
Games Film: Fla. vs. Mississip Mississippi
pi Mississippi State, MSB Aud., 8 p.m.
A.1.E.5.E.C.: Group Meeting, 218
FLU, 7:30 p.m.
Journalism Dames: Dr. Harold
Gertner, People to People,
Univ. Womans Club, 8 p.m.
All Journalism and Communi Communications
cations Communications wives and husbands in invited.
vited. invited. t
Phi Chi Theta: Group Meeting,
208 FLU, 7:30 p.m.
Wrestling Club: South end of the
Gym Floor, 4 p.m.

General Notices

ADDRESS NOTICES TO ORANGE AND BLUE
INFORMATIONAL SERVICES OFFICE

PROGRESS TESTS
Students in the following courses are expected to
take the following tests. Each student must bring a
No. 2 lead pencil and will be required to use his
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER.
CBS 261 PROGRESS TEST: Tuesday, Oct. 4,7 p.m.
All students whose last nemes begin with (A) report
to Floyd 106 or 109; (B) report to Peabody 1,2,
4,5, 7, 10 or 11; (C) report to Leigh 207; (D) report
to GCB 121, 125, or 127; (E) report to GCB 113;
(F) report to Matherly 213, 216, or 219; (G) report
to Peabody 101, 102, 112, or 114; (H) report to
Peabody 201, 202, 205, 208 or 209; (I-J) report
to Flint 110 or 112; (K) report to Walker 301, 303,
307, or 308; (L) report to GCB 201, 203, 205, or
207; (M) report to GCB 213, 215, 217, 219, 221,
223, 225, or 227; (N) report to GCB 233, or 235;
(O) report to GCB 237 or 239; (P-Q) report to
Flint 101 or 102; (R) report to Floyd 108; (S) report
to Walker Auditorium; (T-V) report to GCB 101 or
109; (W-Z) report to Walker Auditorium.
CBS 262a (Evolution) PROGRESS TEST: Tuesday,
Oct. 4,7 p.m. in Matherly 2,3, 4,5, 6,7, 8,9, 10,
11, 12, 13, 14, and 16.
CBS 262 b (Man and Nature) PROGRESS TEST: Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Oct. 4,7 p.m. in Matherly 102, 105, 111, 112,
113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118 and 119.

PEACE CORPS RECRUITERS: Advance team of
Peace Corps recruiters is on campus this week.
Any organization, department, or professor desiring
to have a Peace Corps representative speak to a
group or class during the week beginning Oct. 3,
please contact the recruiters in Bryan Lounge, Flor Florida
ida Florida Union, Ext. 249. Students who are returned
volunteers from Peace Corps service and advance
trainees are requested to contact the team as soon
as possible.

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Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow Fellowship:
ship: Fellowship: Prayer Meetings, 4th Floor
of the Library every Monday
and Thursday, 5 p.m.
Circle K: Group Meeting, 212 FLU,
7:30 p.m.
FLORIDA UNION BOX OFFICE:
Ticket sales for RIGOLETTO
U of F student tickets on sale
now at the FLU Box Office,
12 noon to 4:30 p.m. Two tic tickets
kets tickets per Student Activity Card.
U of F Faculty and Staff tic tickets
kets tickets on sale Sept.
29 at FLU Box Office for $1.50.
General Admission on sale
Thursday, Sept. 29 at FLU Box
Office, Belk-Lindsays and the
Record Bar; Adults $2.50, child children,
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UF STUDENTS IN PLAY Her Heroine
oine Heroine Nell Stanley, played by UF
sophomore Carol Mayo, tries to
restrain hero John Dalton, play played
ed played by Grady McGahee, assistant
superintendent of UF plants and
grounds, from fighting with
villain Richard Murgatroyd,

Faculty
To Attend
Meeting

Five UF faculty members will
participate in a statewide meeting
dealing with articulation of foreign
language training Ibursday.
University faculty members at attending
tending attending will* be Dr. Roy L. Las Lassiter,
siter, Lassiter, assistant dean of the aca academic
demic academic affairs office; Dr. G. Ruf Ruffin
fin Ruffin Jones, assistant dean of the
College of Arts and Sciences; Dr.
Peter F. Oliva, professor of se secondary
condary secondary education; Dr. Irving R.
Wershow, professor of Spanish and
Dr. Maxwell J. Wallace, associate
professor of French
The meeting is part of a state statewide
wide statewide attempt to improve programs
of teaching foreign languages and
to coordinate the programs at
various levels in the state educa educational
tional educational system, Dr. Lassiter said.
The session was called by the
Florida Task Force on Foreign
Language, an official committee
of the State Department of Educa Education,
tion, Education, which has been studying the
problem of foreign language train training.
ing. training.
A preliminary report will be
submitted to the meeting by the
task force for discussion, adopt adoption
ion adoption and subsequent publication.
The report deals with articula articulation
tion articulation of foreign language training
in the state, requirements for
graduation in various schools, the
achievement of cooperation be between
tween between junior and senior colleges
and requirements for teachers of
foreign languages in senior col colleges.
leges. colleges.
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By MAURY OLICKER
Alligator Staff Writer
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The Miami Dolphins, Floridas
newest professional football team,
have announced they will present
an annual award to the UF stu student
dent student who is judged to have served
his school best in his activities on
campus.
Engineers
Hear Speaker
The student chapter of the Amer American
ican American Institute of Chemical
Engineers will meet tonight at
7:30 in the G and I building, room
334. Dr. Norman Pierce of Kin Kinston,
ston, Kinston, North Carolina, will be the
guest speaker.

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played by Dr. David Lane, di director
rector director of UFs Guidance Center.
The melodrama, Gold in the
Hills* is being presented by
Gainesville Little Theater,
Thursday through Saturday and
also on Oct. 6 and 7.

The award will be presented each
year during Homecoming by the
Dolphins. Club President Joseph
Robbie has expressed an interest
in making his American Football
League team an All Florida
team.
On campus, co-operating agen agencies
cies agencies in the administration of the
award will be Student Government
and the Florida Union Board. Act Acting
ing Acting as liason between UF and the
Dolphins are Larry Dupuis, un undersecretary
dersecretary undersecretary of student govern government
ment government public relations and Rick Du Dupuis,
puis, Dupuis, chairman of public relations
for the Florida Union Board.
The purpose of the Miami Dol Dolphin
phin Dolphin Award will be to reward those
who work in student activities and
to make it more attractive to oth others.
ers. others.

Night Football
May Be Reality
In Future:Graves

By ALLIE SHACKLETT
Alligator Correspondent
Night football games may be a
reality at UF for future seasons,
Head Football Coach Ray Graves
said Monday.
Night games will be limited to
the first few football games be before
fore before the away games begin, he
said.
The completion of the new east
stands with added facilities will
make night football possible,
Graves continued.
One of the major reasons for
considering a time change for foot football
ball football is to have a better climate
for both fans and players/ Graves
explained.
105 degrees was the reported
field temperature during the Flor Florida
ida Florida State game here last fall.
Graves listed several deterrent
aspects which have barred night
games from Florida Field in the
past.
First, he feels previously the
stahds and field were not adequate adequately
ly adequately lit for night games.
Secondly, many Gator fans are
from out-of-town, especially Tam-

To make sure the award goes to
one of the behind-the-scenes peo people
ple people in student work, certain peo people
ple people will be eliminated from con consideration.
sideration. consideration. These will include the
top officers of student government,
cabinet members, organization
chairmen and others who already
get adequate recognition for their
work.
The selection of the award win winner
ner winner will be made by a commit committee
tee committee representing the many phases
of student service.

SENIORS!
To Get Your Picture In The 1967
Yearbook You Must Have It Taken
By The Yearbook Photographer
According To The Following
Schedule:
September 19-24 EDUCATION PHYSICAL EDUCATION &
NURSING HEALTH
PHARMACY
September 26 ARTS AND SCIENCES
to October 1 HEALTH RELATED PROFESSIONS
October 3-8 FORESTRY ENGINEERING
JOURNALISM AND COMMUNICATIONS
October 10-15 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AGRICULTURE
ARCHITECTURE & FINE ARTS
October 17-22 LAW MEDICINE
AND ALL MAKE-UPS
Photos Are Taken In Room 200 FLU.
Girls Wear Round-Collared Blouses In
Black, Navy, Bright Red. or Buraandy.
Men Wear Dark, Solid Coats And Ties.
Hours: Monday Thru Friday Saturday
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pa, Orlando, and Tallahassee. Eve Evening
ning Evening games would force these sup supporters
porters supporters to find accommodations in
Gainesville or to drive home late
at night, he said.
Percy M. ueard, assistant ath athletic
letic athletic director pointed out both
Vanderbilt and Louisiana State U University,
niversity, University, which play night games,
are located in large towns with few
fans who commute long distances
to the games as is the case at
UF.
* Lack of coverage by various
news media, especially television,
also discourages' Gator night
games/' Graves said.
Home teams usually select the
time of football games although
on rare occasions stipulations may
be written into the contract requir requiring
ing requiring a specific time for the e event/
vent/ event/ he added.
Socialists
To Meet
Thursday
Imperialism Epithet or
Reality is the topic of the first
campus forum sponsored by the
Florida Socialist Union Thursday,
8 p.m., in 324 Florida Union.
The speaker will be Jan Garrett,
one of the officers of the Socialist
Union.
Garrett will discuss the
classical definition of imperialism
given by Lenin in 1916 and cri critically
tically critically evaluate its application
to the changed world of today.
Garrett has spoken on the top topics
ics topics of socialism, imperialism and
the Latin American and African
revolutions at the four major u universities
niversities universities of his home state of
Michigan and before audiences in
Detroit, Chicago, Cleveland and
New York.
The Socialist Union will be ac accepting
cepting accepting applications for member membership
ship membership at the meeting.



Dean Os Womens Office*
Evaluating Coed Problems

BY SUSAN FROEMKE
Alligator Staff Writer
The diversities of campus life
ind their effects on UF women
lave led to an all-out effort by
:he Dean of Women's office to help
zoeds adjust.

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to choose -- academic success
a major, social success that
the multitude of choices lead to
frustration, said Dean of Women
Betty Cosby.
According to Dean Cosby, her
office is going to pull in data on

Air Force On
Campus Oct. 5
An Air Force officer procure procurement
ment procurement team will visit UF on Oct.
5 and 6. The team will be at
the Hub from 9:30 until 3:00 both
days, and will discuss the Officer
Training Program with interested
persons.

whats happening to whom and why.
When our data is complete, then
we will have a base to plan our
future actions on, she said. Our
staff is completely new and our
aim is to find out what the prob problems
lems problems are and their dimensions in
womens affairs.
Dean Cosby said currently the
Big Sister program, which is used
by dorms to orient freshman girls,
Panhellenic, Womens Student As Association
sociation Association (WSA), and Student
Government are assisting her
office in efforts to help UF coeds
adjust.
Presently, both Panhellenic and
WSA councils are evaluating their
programs.
Panhellenic is talking a about
bout about broadening its quotas
or making new rush rules, Dean
Cosby said. Since sororities are
associated so closely with our uni university,
versity, university, I feel they ought to be
available to more girls.
WSA is evaluating all of its rules
and regulations in an effort to be
of more assistance to UF coeds.
The Dean of Womens office also
is investigating ways of commun communicating
icating communicating with off-campus women.
We are interviewing them
to see what their situations are.
Our office is suddenly faced with
this new problem of off-campus
women because off-campus hous housing
ing housing population has developed so
rapidly this year.
In theory the WSA rules
do apply to these girls, but real realistically,
istically, realistically, these people are pretty prettymuch
much prettymuch on their own, she said.
Phi Eta Sigma
Meeting Set
Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honor honorary
ary honorary society, will meet tonight at
7:30 in room 116 of the Florida
Union.

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Dizzy-land during Homecoming Week, will
go Disneyland instead this year. UFs
Oct. 28-29 Homecoming weekend slogan is:
Gators Embark on a Lark to Disneyland.
Mrs. James A. Booher, a university secre secretary
tary secretary who wrote the winning slogan, officially
launches the bumper strip promotion by past pasting
ing pasting the orange and blue strip on the car
of Chip Block (right) president of Florida
Blue Key, as Butch Wooten, general chair chairman
man chairman of Homecoming, looks on.
Tickets Now Available
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For 'Rigoletto Opera
Student tickets for Goldowsky Opera Companys production
of Rigoletto may be obtained at the Florida Union box office.
Two student tickets are available on one student activities
card.
Tickets for UF faculty and staff will go on sale Thursday
at the Union box office and will cost $1.50 each.
Tickets for the general public are priced at $2.50 for adults
and $1.50 for children. These will go on sale Thursday at the
Union box office, Belks, and the Record Bar.
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PEACE CORPS WORKER Tony
Hernandes former UF student,
works in Panama helping natives
to build a school in the Peace
Corps Self-help program. Her Hernandez,

Prof Says Honor Program
Neglected By Qualified

By JUSTICE HARTMAN
Alligator Staff Writer
I deplore the number of stu students
dents students who do not bother to find
out about the honors programs,
which would give them much more
latitude in determining the form
and content of their studies, said
English Professor Thomas Her Herbert
bert Herbert Friday night in a lecture to
Mensa members.
Speaking on education for the
superior student, Herbert, chair chairman

SG Labor Department
Planning Convocation

SGs department of labor
currently is making plans to bring
an employment convocation to the
UF campus.
The purpose of the convocation
will be to acquaint students with
career advisement and job oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities at a nationwide scale.
The program is tentatively sche scheduled
duled scheduled for mid-January 1967. Such
professions as journalism, adver advertising,
tising, advertising, engineering public re relations
lations relations and diplomatic services
will be represented at the convo convocation.
cation. convocation. Representatives from the
professions will offer displays,
conferences and panel discussions.
Barrv Malter, director for the
convocation, commented, There
are many students on campus who
are uncertain of their career goals
and how they can acheive their
goals and how they can acheive
convocation, commented, There
are many students on campus who
are uncertain of their career goals
and how they can achieve their
goals once selected. We intend to
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man chairman of the honors program in the
College of Arts and Sciences, said,
The superior student has guts and
a challenging intellectual aggres aggressiveness..
siveness.. aggressiveness.. He is an individual ca capable
pable capable of standing on his own two
feet and eager to be a member
of an intellectual fellowship. He
will not tolerate sloppy thinking
about, is willing to take the risk
of stating his beliefs in the pre presence
sence presence of experts.
The superior student is a mem member
ber member of the intellectual community

presentatives in their respective
fields. We hope that this might
better enable students to take pro proper
per proper procedures for acheiving their
career goals.
Employment convocations sim similar
ilar similar to the one scheduled at UF
have been very successful at
Northern schools, particularly the
University of Maryland. UFs
however, will be the first one of
its kind in the South.
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nandez, Hernandez, who graduated from UF,
is now on campus to promote Corps
recruiting. Hes the one on the
right.

to which Aristotle and Beethoven
belong, he said, He lives in
all recorded history of mankind in
so far as his capacity enables
him to do so. Yet he must not
know ideas only as they spout
from books but with their human
flavoring.
Now is the only time he can
obtain his knowledge from human
exchange of ideas and interaction
of minds, which is essential to
the superior student, Herbert
added.

The University has a respon responsibility
sibility responsibility to the student who ener energetically
getically energetically wants to learn and have
his questions answered, he said.
It is obligated to do everything
in its power to encourage inquis inquisitiveness
itiveness inquisitiveness and to provide rewards
for intellectual initiative. Every
faculty member should be partic particularly
ularly particularly alert to nurture the slight slightest
est slightest vestige of individual aggres aggressive
sive aggressive learning, he feels.
The high honors seminar in the
College of Arts and Sciences is
one program which has been adapt adapted
ed adapted to the needs of select super superior
ior superior students. A series of views
at the modern intellectual world
through the eyes of experts in
various fields are presented to
students for discussion.
These things are integrated by
the power of the individuals
mind, said Herbert. In excer excercising
cising excercising his mind, he exercises his
character and forms a community
for the exchange of ideas.

PEACE CORPS
TEAM HERE

A team of Peace Corps work workers
ers workers began a two week recruiting
program on the UF campus Mon Monday.
day. Monday.
During the recruiting period,
workers will visit classes, frater fraternities,
nities, fraternities, sororities and residence
halls, put up posters, conduct in interviews,
terviews, interviews, set up booths and dis distribute
tribute distribute literature.
Directing the operation is An Antonio
tonio Antonio A. Fernandez, a 24-year-old
native of Havana, who received
a bachelor of arts degree in po political
litical political science in 1963 from UF.
He served on a Peace Corps as assignment
signment assignment in Panama before trans transferring
ferring transferring to the recruiting program.
Headquarters for the Peace
Corps recruiters is Bryan Lounge
in the Florida Union. There also
will be a booth set up at the Hub.

Gator Center Not Awed
By Hefner Playboy Bunnies

BY NED WOOLFOLK
Alligator Correspondent
How do Playboy bunnies in Chi Chicago
cago Chicago affect a rugged UF male?
Gator starting center Bill Carr has
the answer. I dont really like
that kind of girl, he said, They
were undoubtedly good-looking, but
they were kind of stuck-up and un unfriendly.
friendly. unfriendly.
Carr, who was selected to the
22-man Playboy pre-season
America team, made a trip to
Chicago last May as a result of
his selection. The senior center
from Pensadola flew by jet from
Jacksonville to Chicago for a two twoday
day twoday visit to the Playboy Club.
Arriving in Chicago by noon on
Saturday, Carr was treated to a
quick lunch and attended the North Northwestern
western Northwestern spring game with Gator
coach Gene Ellenson, who was
scouting the contest.
On his return to the Playboy
Club, Carr and the other Playboy
selections were served dinner in
the V.I.P. room and provided with
entertainment by a male vocal
group.
In regard to the night life pro provided
vided provided for the select group, the
Gator athlete admits they had little
time for any such activities

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There are now 10,500 volun volunteers
teers volunteers serving in over 50 countries
in approximately 350 different ca capacities
pacities capacities with the Peace Corps.
The greatest demand today is
for agricultural workers in India,
teachers in Africa, community de development
velopment development workers in Latin Am America,
erica, America, along with architects and
individuals to teach science and
other technical arts.
The majority of Peace Corps
volunteers, however, are liberal
arts majors, not specialists, who
are trained in various areas aft after
er after joining the Peace Corps.
The only requirements are that
a worker be at least 18 and be
a citizen of the United States.
Recruits are required to take a
modern language aptitude test and
then they are provided with spec special
ial special training.

because of the short time allowed
for the visit. He also says they
received no real red carpet treat treatment,
ment, treatment, and that he never met
Hugh Hefner, publisher of Playboy
Magazine.
Although the trip consisted of a
crowded, hectic, and brief two
days, Carr states that he had a
very good time and was honored
to be selected lor the Play Playboy
boy Playboy team.
Gator Game Films
Florida football highlights from
the Northwestern and Mississippi
State games will be shown at 8
p.m. on October 6 at the Medical
Sciences Building Auditorium.
The films, arranged by the Ala Alachua
chua Alachua County Alumni Club Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, will be in color and will
be narrated. Showings are open to
the public free of charge.
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Gator Rifles
Head North
After 2 Wins
By JEFF DENKEWALTER
Alligator Sports Writer
With two victories at home under
their belts, the Florida Rifles hit
the road this weekend for a match
against Vanderbilt.
We are going into unexplored
territory, said Major Harvey M.
Dick advisor to the Rifles. ::We
dont know how good the Commo Commodores
dores Commodores are this year, but we do
know that they usually field a good
team.
With Toby Muir, Bill Starke,
Lee Young, Jim Waugh, Bob
Moeller and Bob Martin providing
the major firepower, the Gator
marksmen have shot down rifle
squads; from Stetson and Miss Mississippi
issippi Mississippi State.
Steady improvement has marked
the Gator sharpshooters practice
sessions this past week.
The men started the season fir firing
ing firing in the 250s, which is good
but not top-flight said Dick. Now
scores are beginning to reach into
the 260s and 2705.
Putting the Rifles perfect slate
on the line against Vanderbilt will
be Muir, Waugh, Young, Moeller,
Starke and three other marksmen.
The three openings will be filled
by the high scorers in this weeks
practices.
The competition is keen among
the men, stated Sgt. Joe Nave,
coach of the Rifles. I know all
of them would like to go on this
trip.

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UF Archers
Meet Mondays
The growing popularity of
archery has been in evidence at
UF for the past three years. Each
additional year has proved in increasingly
creasingly increasingly successful.
In 1965, the Archery Club col collected
lected collected many various trophies.
They include: the Florida Inter Intercollegiate
collegiate Intercollegiate Invitational team trophy,
plus three of the four individual
trophies given out; two of the first,
one of the third, and one of the
fourth place positions won in the
State Field competition.
Many more individual trophies
were carried away from regional
shoots in surrounding com communities.
munities. communities.
Activities this year include club
shoots, campus novelty events,
a Thanksgiving turkey match, in intercollegiate
tercollegiate intercollegiate regional competition,
trips to the state tournaments, plus
various club socials.
If you are interested in joining
the UF Archery Club, but have
not had much contact with the sport,
come out to the field directly be behind
hind behind Broward Hall on Saturday.
Members of the Gator Archery
Club of Gainesville, and the UF
Archery Club, will give an Ex Exhibition
hibition Exhibition shoot of novelty target
shots from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
This will be an excellent chance
for the public 'to answer any ques questions
tions questions it may have concerning
archery.
The club meetings will com commence
mence commence on Monday, Oct. 3, at 4:30
p.m. on the target field behind
Broward Hall. Equipment can be
checked out at the meeting. There
are no dues required.

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Pajcic Shares
State Back Honor
(UPI)
Pajcic of Florida State and Jesse
Kaye of Tampa were named by the
Florida Sports writers Association
today to share Back of the Week
honors.
Pajcic connected on 10 of lb
aerials for 146 yards and two
touchdowns in leading FSU to an
upset victory over Miami and Kaye
completed 22 of 41 passes for
28*1 yards and three scores to
bring Tampa from behind to de defeat
feat defeat Bowling Green.
Tampa end Bobby Fernandez was
chosen Lineman of the Week. He
caught eight passes for 115 yards
and two touchdowns against Bowl Bowling
ing Bowling Green.

Defensive Backs
Plug Holes
In Defense

By Mike Willard
Alligator Sports Writer
Three sound ingredients are
being used to plug holes in the
gator defense.
They are halfbacks Bobby Downs,
Tom Hungerbuler and safety Larry
Rentz.
The defensive secondary
has been one of the most improv improved
ed improved parts of the squad, said head
coach Ray Graves Tuesday as a
slight rain dampened the Gator
practice field.
Before the Northwestern game
Graves had sung the same tune
only with a different melody.
Were hurting in the defensive
secondary, he had said. The
boys are young and only Hunger Hungerbuhlerhas
buhlerhas Hungerbuhlerhas had mentionable game
experience.
As the Mississippi State Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs powered their way inside the
Gator 20-yard-line early in the
third quarter Saturday, it was
Downs who managed to snag a Don
Saget pass inches from the out
of bounds mark to thwart a Bull Bulldog
dog Bulldog drive.
Again, with the Gators leading
14- speedy Rentz deflected a
Mississippi State pass, bobbled it
twice, grabbed it in, and sped
15- yards to the Bulldog 27. A
15-yard Mississippi State penalty
on the play enabled quarterback
Harmon Wages to score seconds
later to put the ballgame on ice
for the Gators.
The 179-pound Downs is describ described

ed described by coaches as a tough boy
who likes to come up and hit.
The Winter Haven Junior has the
natural speed and agility for the
position, they said.
Rentz, who guided the Coral
Gables High School team to two
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consecutive state crowns, runs the
fastest 40-yards in Gator history
at 4.45 seconds. A sophomore,
Graves says he will be a big man
in future Gator football plans.
Tuesday the Gators scrimmaged
45 minutes in preparation for the
Vanderbilt game Saturday.



Page 16

, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, September 28, 1966

Green Directs
Commodore Effort
In SEC Fight
By BUDDY MARTIN
TODAY Sports Editor
NASHVILLE Call Vanderbilt football sub-par. Say the
Commodores are weak sisters and you may get an argument.
But dont breath a word about Vandy dropping out of the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference.
You might have a fight on your hands.
Most of the members of the SEC Sitywx iters' Tour have, at
one time or another, written, heard or said that Vanderbilt
will follow Tulane out of the league.
The reason is obvious. Vandys academic standards are so
far above average that its difficult enough to find good students,
let along good student-football players.
Its unfair for you to write or ever say were going to leave
the SEC, Jack Green admonished the writers.
Im proud of the fact that we play in the SEC. When we re recruit,
cruit, recruit, thats one of our selling points that a kid can come to
us and get a good education as well as play SEC football.
Note that Green never did say Vanderbilt WASNT leaving
the SEC.
The Commodores eventual departure is certain. True, they
have upgraded football under Green. But thats not enough.
Everybody improved in the league. It is no longer, under two twoplatoon
platoon twoplatoon rules, sufficient to have 11 good players. Any team with without
out without 22 good ones has about as much a chance of winning the
SEC title as the Mets do the National League pennant.
Vandy has won two SEC games in four years and both were
over Tulane, now departed from the league.
And unless the league expands to take in VPI and The Cit Citadel,
adel, Citadel, both of which are on Greens schedule this season, it
may be four more years before Vandy wins two conference
games.
Despite optimism by Green and an obvious improvement in
personnel, the Commodores are not equipped to play for the
SEC championship.
In fact, if anybody gets hurt, the only title Vanderbilt will
be competing for this season is the Nashville City Championship.
UF Soccer Club Gives
Variety In Fall Sports
The UF Soccer Club is composed of nearly 60 students
from 18 different countries and 10 states.
The club is not a varsity team in any sense of the word,
sain Alan C. Moore, Assistant Professor of Required Physi Physical
cal Physical Education. A former soccer coach at the University of North
Carolina, Moore has been faculty advisor for the UF club since
it formed in 1953.
The club is sponsored by the Department of Intramural Ath Athletics,
letics, Athletics, and is therefore an open sport, even to staff members.
The group is student-run, as are all clubs on campus. The fa faculty
culty faculty acts only on an advisory basis. These clubs need only
the consent of the Intramural dean to form.
A fall sport elsewhere in the U.S., soccer is played year
round in Florida, primarily because of the weather, said Coach
Moore.
We dont have a set schedule as a team. We just start prac practicing
ticing practicing the first week of classes. We either practice or play
on Saturday mornings, in tournaments among our members or
with an outside team.
There are 700 colleges that play football in the U.S. There
are 500 that play soccer. The U.S. is the only country that
doesnt go wild over soccer. This is because it conflicts with
the fall sport of American football, which isnt played else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, said Moore.
Soccer is the greatest sport in the world and its played with
reckless adandon everywhere except here in the U. 5., Moore
added.
In many countries soccer is a national thinga rallying
point for national pride. The competition is taken very ser seriously
iously seriously by the common man. Some of the sports popularity in
other countries comes from spectators being allowed to bet.
This naturally makes it more interesting, Moore said.
Soccer was recently given impetus in the U.S. after the world
championship in August was communicated by Telstar from Eng England,
land, England, said Moore.
Many small colleges have dropped intercollegiate football
competition because of the unmanageable cost involved. This
has given soccer a chance to grow in the U.S., said Moore.
The average student cant compete in the varsity athletics
on a large university campus anymore. Only in the last 10
years have these clubs come up to give the students a chance
to participate. There is no compulsion for the students to be
at the games. They do it because they want to.
Schools in Florida that play soccer as a varsity sport are
Rollins, Stetson, Miami University, Jacksonville University, Uni University
versity University of South Florida, Miami-Dade Jr. College, and Florida
Southern. The UF club has a record reading 101 won, 9 lost,
and 8 tied since 1953.

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GRID ACTION AT ITS BEST
. .blocking forms for Gator McKeel (43)

'Hog Brothers Spice Routine;
Pals Benson, Colson, Preston

By SUZANNE OTTO
Alligator Staff Writer
The arrival of the three or original
iginal original hog brothers, as football
players Wally Colson, Jim Ben Benson
son Benson and John Preston are cal called
led called by teammates, brings the
unexpected.
It might be a car bomb, a
sleep walking episode or an un unusually
usually unusually funny comment at foot football
ball football practice--but only the hog
brothers know.
The car bomb was the ingen ingenious
ious ingenious idea of John Preston who
decided to take forceful action
to get his hub caps back. The
object was the car of Alan Tram Trammel,
mel, Trammel, former UF football star;
the result was smoke, sparks and
wild noises. No one was hurt
and nothing was damaged, but
Preston got his hub caps.
As a Baby Gator, Jim Benson
walked in his sleep. It wasnt
unusual for his roommates to
carry on a normal conversation
with him and have Jim remem remember
ber remember nothing about it. He was
asleep at the time.
We used to stack chairs
around his bed to keep him in
it, said Colson. But one night
the chairs didnt work. Jim walk walked
ed walked to the section advisors room
and slept in the extra bed.
In a conversation with the ad advisor
visor advisor Benson said, Wally and
Charlie are making too much
noise wake me up at 6:30.
When he was awakened the next
morning he was stunned.
I didnt know where in the
world I was, Benson says.
John Preston always comes out
with the unusual remarks. He
frequently breaks up football
practice in the process.
Last week in drill he hurt
his toe kicking off. While he was
taking off his shoe the coach ask asked
ed asked if his toe hurt him. Preston
ca lmly answered, No, only when
my heart beats.
There are innumerable other
instances when the hog
brothers create havoc.
According to Preston, Ben Bensons
sons Bensons sort of dense; you tell
him to do one thing and he does
another.

Preston claims, Benson and
Wally are always trying to make
me look dumb.
Colson will always be associated
with the phrase, I cant believe
Im so great which Preston put

PRESTON (71) AND BENSON (60)
...join Carr (51) blocking for Trapp
Graves Calls McKeel His
Best Blocking Back Ever
Graham McKeel is the best blocking bach Ray Graves has ever
coached, in the opinion of the Florida head football coach.
u McKeel is in a class by himself as a blocker, says Graves.
I honestly believe he will average approximately 14 perfect blocks
in 15 attempts no matter whether hes blocking an end or a bigger
interior lineman.'
Graves credits McKeels blocking brilliance to a variety of fac factors.
tors. factors.
He has the knack of getting into the defensive man quick, before
the man can adjust or react, says Graves. When he makes his
move into the man he does it with power and simply takes him off
balance so fast that the advantage becomes his.
Graham works hard on this and takes pride in his blocking.
Blocking of this sort has a special place in Graves thinking.
From my early training at Tennessee under General Neyland
I have always been Appreciative of backs who can block, he says.
General Neyland used to work his backs so hard on this and cer certainly
tainly certainly nobody ever took more pride in blocking than the old Tennessee
Single-Wing blocking back. Ill tell you this, too, McKeel ranks
with just about any we ever had playing that position.
McKea came to Florida from Lakeland High School. His sopho sophomore
more sophomore season was spent on the bench until the Georgia game when
injuries felled three fullbacks ahead of him. He played well in that
one and extremely well against LSU in 20-6 Gator victory in Baton
Rouge.
He was slated to be a starter a year ago but a knee injury put
him out for the year. He came back ready physically this fall.

under his pictures and posted all
over the campus.
Benson and Colson were team teammates
mates teammates in high school at Voldosta,
Preston, also a Georgia boy, is
from Columbus.