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FIRST OF A SERIES

Life Insurance Be Careful I

By GENE NAIL
Editorial Assistant
What do you need to know about
1 ife insurance before you buy
it? Just ask any life insurance
agent. Youll get answers ranging
from nothing to almost encyclo encyclopedic
pedic encyclopedic knowledge.
Judging from the amount of life
insurance sold at the UF last year
and the annual amounts sold na nationally,
tionally, nationally, one would conclude that
most sales are a result of the
clients confidence in that illusive
property called life insurance.
Most clients buy from companies
theyve never heard of or know very
little about. At the same time, they
contract for lifetime services of an
agent theyve known only for a mat matter
ter matter of hours.
Some life insurance agents make
educating the client the primary
selling point, while others admit

The Florida Alligator

Vol. 59, No. 34

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MEETING WITH GOV. BURNS . UF Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming Sweetheart contestants travelled to
Tallahassee to meet with Gov. Burns and
the State Cabinet. The girls are (from left
to right): Sharon Lynn, Judy Silver, and
Carol Eastman.
More Date Tickets
For Homecoming
Bloc Seating

By STEVE HULL
Alligator Executive Editor
Date ticket allocation will be
increased to fraternities and dorm
areas for the homecoming game
between Florida and Auburn Oct.
29, it was announced Monday at
a meeting between Student Body
President Buddy Jacobs, mem members
bers members of the Interfraternity Coun Council
cil Council and Charles Goodyear, ath athletic
letic athletic dept, business manager.
v Fraternities must now present
a complete list of members on
their present rolls to qualify for
full distribution of date tickets.
Each fraternity will be guaranteed
enough space in their bloc to
include seating for their dates.
A policy of the athletic dept,
prior to Mondays meeting would
have provided fraternities with
only a limited number of date
tickets, based exclusively on how
many date tickets fraternities had

received at UFs first two home
football games. Under this ruling
one fraternity would receive 12
date tickets while another could
receive 80.
Chip Block, president of Blue
Key and Butch Wooten chairman
of homecoming, met with Ray
Graves to discuss the ticket situ situation.
ation. situation. We wanted to work out
an equitable situation between the
athletic department and the fra fraternity
ternity fraternity men, said Block.
The athletic dept, hoped there
would be enough extra student
seats to allow alumni to purchase
tickets on the east stands usually
reserved for UF students.
However, the IFC threatened
to withdraw from all homecoming
activities if more date tickets were
not provided. Tolbert Area also
planned to pull out of homecoming.
But due to the changing of the
athletics dept, ruling, fraternities
(SEE STUDENTS PAGE 3)

that educating the client is only
incidental in selling a policy.
Os the four companies selling th£
majority of life insurance at UF,
one company falls on both ends
of this scale, with the other two
admitting education is only a part
of their selling;
Any client purchasing life insur insurance
ance insurance is certainly at a disadvantage
it.
The needs of each individual
vary as much as the different
types of life insurance policies
available.
Companies vary in structure as
do the policies. It is important
to understand something about
both.
There are three types of insur insurance
ance insurance companies: stock, mutual and
mixed.
Stock companies are owned by
stockholders, with profits from in investments

University of Florida

Four Viet Nam Veterans
Due Homecoming Honors

By 808 BECK
Alligator Staff Writer
Four wounded Viet Nam veter veterans
ans veterans will be honored by the UF
at Homecoming. Florida Blue Key
initiated the project (Operation
Appreciation) to show appreciation
for the Americans fighting over overseas.
seas. overseas.
A red carpet will roll down the
Florida Union building steps on the
UF campus Oct. 28 to signify the
beginning of Operation Apprecia Appreciation
tion Appreciation Part Two.
For the entire spectacular week weekend,
end, weekend, four U. S. Marines from
Florida will be guests of Florida
Blue Key. The marines are at
the U. S. Naval Hospital in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, recovering from battle
wounds.
Lt. James R. Hunkapiller, 23,
Winter Park, a 1965 graduate of
the UF; Sgt. John R. Looney, 21,
Green Cove Springs; Sgt. Errol
W. Wilson, 25, Winter Park; and
Pfc. Charles E. Ford, 19, of St.
Petersburg will visit the UF for
the entire weekend.
They will be in the homecoming
parade, Blue Key Banquet, Gator
Growl, the football game between
Florida and Auburn and other
events.
Homecoming gives us a good
opportunity to honor these men
as well as give them a nice week weekend
end weekend away from the hospital, said
Chip Block, president of Florida
Blue Key.
I hope the students will take
this opportunity to express their
appreciation for the sacrifices that
these veterans made in Viet Nam,
said Block.
The red carpet, which actually
will be rolled down the Florida
Union steps in honor of the men,
is being loaned to Blue Key by
Cassels-in-the-Air Inc., located
at the Gainesville Municipal Air-"
port.

vestments investments and operations going
primarily to the stockholders.
Policies sold by this company,
called non-participating policies,
usually have a fixed premium rate
payable for the life of the policy.
Mutual companies sell par participating
ticipating participating life insurance. Policy
premiums are higher than neces necessary
sary necessary to cover costs. The excess
is returned to the policyholder
at the end of each year in the
form of dividends.
Mixed companies sell both
participating and non-participating
insurance. In this instance, the
profits or extra costs are first
divided among stockholders and
then dividends are made to policy policyholders.
holders. policyholders.
This accounts for some diff differences
erences differences in rate structure between
the different types of companies.
Other major differences are us-

Operation Appreciation was
initiated last February by the Stu Student
dent Student Government Association when
two soldiers from the 82nd Air Airborne
borne Airborne Division and two from the
John F. Kennedy Special Forces
School (Green Berets) were spe special
cial special weekend guests of the student
body.
The idea behind the move was

Cartoonist A1 Capp, one of
Americas foremost satirists, will
speak Thursday, Oct. 20, in the
University Auditorium at:lsp.m.
Capp, creator of comic strip
favorite Li'l Abner, will team up
with Tallahassee Mayor William
H. Cates for a unique Florida
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ually results of operation costs.
Most companies sell an ex extremely
tremely extremely wide range of insurance
policies. Some provide pure
insurance while others are pri primarily
marily primarily savings plans with some in insurance
surance insurance characteristics.
Term life insurance generally
sells for the lowest rates and ac accumulates
cumulates accumulates no cash value. The
term policy provides the purchaser
with life insurance in much
the same manner as a person would
buy car or home insurance. It
pays only upon the death of the
holder.
Other policies accumulate cash
value. This is the term applied
to accumulations of capital above
the actual cost of the insurance.
Among a multitude of uses, the loan
value of a policy is determined by
its buildup of cash values.
(SEE DO YOU PAGE 2)

Tuesday, October 18, 1966

to show the soldiers overseas
and the nation that draft card
burners and other protestors re represent
present represent at best, a slim minority
of college students.
The studentsOperation Ap Appreciation
preciation Appreciation received national
recognition and the support of
Floridas congressional dele delegation.
gation. delegation.

Crossroads program an at attempt
tempt attempt to sell students on the idea
of living and working in Florida.
While Capps theme will be hu humor,
mor, humor, Mayor Cates will deliver his
more serious message concerning
the opportunities Florida offers
her youth for their futures in the
state. Mayor Cates is the first
of three Florida mayors who will
share forum committee programs
with nationally known person personalities.
alities. personalities.
Tickets for the lecture are on
sale at the Florida Union box
office from noon to 4:30 p.m.
daily. The price is 75 cents for
students, faculty, and staff, and
$1.50 for the general public. Spon Sponsoring
soring Sponsoring the program is the Florida
Union Forums Committee.
Capp, now 55, began his career
in 1934 by introducing Lil Abner
to the nation through United Fea Feature
ture Feature Syndicate. The comic is now
one of the most famous cartoons
in the world.
In addition to the strip, Capp,
whose real name is Alfred Gerald
Caplin, writes a column for the
New York Herald Tribune Syndi Syndicate.
cate. Syndicate. He also appears frequently
on radio and television, and de delivers
livers delivers lectures throughout the
country.



The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, October 18, 1966

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AWARD WINNING DESIGN ... of the proposed College of Law
Center at the UF is displayed by (from left): William Guerin, arch architect
itect architect for the Board of Regents; Dean Frank Maloney of the College
of Law; Architect Edward G. Grafton of Miami, representing the
architectural firm which designed the Law Center, and Arnold
Butt, consulting architect for the University.

Do You Need
Insurance?
(FROM PAGE 1)
Ordinary life insurance does ac accumulate
cumulate accumulate a cash value and allows
the policyholder to receive a
percentage of his investment if
he cancels the policy before matur maturity.
ity. maturity. The variations of ordinary life
range from policies paid up at
age 65 to those on which the in insured
sured insured pays premiums until death.
Most policies, other than term,
have an allowance for the pol policyholder
icyholder policyholder to stop paying premiums
after a number of years and ac accept
cept accept a lower amount of paid up
insurance.
Such ordinary life policies as
paid up at 65 allow the insured
to reap the investment benefits of
a policy for himself. This policy
would allow the insured to stop
paying premiums and still have the
face value of the policy in force
until he dies, or he could accept
the cash value of the policy at
that time, which would be somewhat
less than the face amount of the
policy, but more than the total
amount of premium paid.
The two remaining types of pol policies
icies policies are more orientated toward
.the use of insurance as a sav savings
ings savings device.
Endowment policies allow the
policyholder to purchase a specific
amount of insurance to be re returned
turned returned as cash in a certain num number
ber number of years, while at the same
time, having the benefits of insur insurance
ance insurance for the policy's face value.
The last, and most uncommon
form of insurance is the annuity.
This provides a minimum amount
of insurance with the primary fac factor
tor factor being savings.
So what do you need in life in insurance?
surance? insurance?
No one can know but you. It
must be based on what you can
afford, the amount of insurance
you need to cover your financial
obligations in the event of your
death, and how your insurance pro program
gram program fits into your overall sav savings
ings savings plan.
(Part two will offer means of
comparing companies and policies,
and the additional benefits of offered
fered offered with life insurance.)

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Blue Key Tries Again
AtLeg Council Tonight

By WALTER WOODWARD
Alligator Staff Writer
A full slate of topics is sche scheduled
duled scheduled for the meeting of the UF
Leg Council tonight. It will meet
at 8:30 p.m. in the Florida Union
Auditorium.
An application by Florida Blue
Key for preferential seating in the
Oct. 29th homecoming game will
be voted on during the meeting.
The bill, which asks seating for
members and their dates, will be
the last request for favored seat seating
ing seating by the group this year.
-Stas,
A previous bill introduced by
the organization was defeated, it
provided that Blue Key would have
an understood right to preferential
seating instead of having to apply
for it yearly.
The Fair Bloc Seating Bill pro provides
vides provides that any organization may
receive privileged seating upon the
recommendation of the president
of the student body, coupled with a
two-thirds vote of the legislative
council.
One more campus organization
has applied for favored seating.
Alpha Kappa Psi, honorary busi business
ness business fraternity, requested prefer preferential
ential preferential seating for the remaining
home games this season.
Blue Key, which is in charge
of all homecoming activities, based
their request on the fact of their
service to university students.
Buddy Jacobs will deliver the
state-of-the- campus address to
the body of legislators. In it he
will inform them of the upcoming
student government plans.

The purchase of new voting ma machines
chines machines and future voting procedure
will be explained, along with infor information
mation information about the state of IBM
machine work on campus.
Charles Shepherd, Jacobs
administrative assistant, reported
that student government's part in
solving the campus parking dilem dilemma
ma dilemma will also be related in the
speech.
Other topics to be discussed are
recreational facilities, the football
ticket problems, international stu student
dent student relations, the teacher evalu evaluation
ation evaluation studies and ACCENT.
Student Hurt
In Accident
UF student Ronald Allen Barkett,
23, was injured Sunday morning
when his sports car veered off
the road on North Main Street
and slammed into a utility pole.
Barkett was taken to the univer university's
sity's university's medical center where his
condition was pronounced sat satisfactory.
isfactory. satisfactory. Barkett resides at 1103
S.W. 4th Ave.
Barkett was reported driving
north in the 1600 block of North
Main Street when his small car
swerved to the right and struck
the utility pole. A mail box was
also knocked down.
Officer K.G. Owen estimated the
damages to the car at S7OO and
S4OO to the utility pole. He es estimated
timated estimated the speed of the car at
35 roph.
No charges have been filed as the
investigation has not been com completed.
pleted. completed.
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UF Law Center
Wins State Prize

The UFs proposed College of
Law Center has won the annual
honor award for architectural de design
sign design given by the Florida Associa Association
tion Association of the American Institute of
Architects.
The Miami firm of Pancoast,
Ferendino, Grafton and Skeels was
designated for the award.
Selection of the university's de design
sign design in the category of unconstruc unconstructed
ted unconstructed buildings was made a# the in institutes
stitutes institutes annual convention at Mi Miami
ami Miami Beach last week.
Approximately 50 building de designs
signs designs were judged. Six awards
were made, two for honor and
four for merit.
In selecting the university's Law
Center design, the judges cited
architects for satisfying a compli complicated
cated complicated academic program with a

Philpott Possible
Wake Forest Head

Dr. Harry M. Philpott, president
of Auburn University, has been
mentioned as a possible successor
to Dr. Harrold Tribble as presi president
dent president of Wake Forest College.
Baptist leaders at Winston-Sa Winston-Salem
lem Winston-Salem speculated that Philpott, who
became president of Auburn in
1965, was at the top of the list
of candidates.
Tribble asked Wake Forest
trustees Friday for permission to
retire next June. The trustees

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design well-organized in its pi^
ning concept.
Judges were particularly i m
pressed with the proposed divisl
ible auditorium, which not only
provides seating for 750 students
but also space that can be divided
into seven classrooms.
Another feature of the design
is the exceptional arrangement
of courtroom faculties within the
classroom, permitting double
usage as a trial courtroom.
Bids tor the academic building
which eventually will accom modate
1,200 law students, will be opened
Oct. 27. The building also will
include a 200,000 volume library
administrative suite, faculty an<
student offices and court and sem seminar
inar seminar rooms.

granted the request with genuine
regrets."
Philpott is an ordained Baptist
minister, and a brother of the.late
Lt. Gov. H. Cloyd Philpott of Lex Lexington,
ington, Lexington, N. C.
Philpott, 49, was professor of
religion at the University of Flor Florida
ida Florida from 1947 to 1952, dean and
head of the Department of Religion
and Philosophy at Stephans College
from 1952 to 1957, and vice pre president
sident president of the University of Flor Florida
ida Florida from 1957 to 1965.

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Leadership
Is Changed
Gary Goodrich, co-founder of
the United Party with Greg John Johnson,
son, Johnson, has turned his leadership of
the party over to Johnson.
Johnson, elected to the leg coun council
cil council under the Decision Party label
last spring, will take over the
reins of United Party leadership
when his appointment is confirmed
in Tuesdays party caucus. He
represents the sophomore class in
the legislative council.
Campaign demands in the fall
elections left Gary very little time
to study, Johnson said, and,
while he will remain active on
the legislative council, he doesnt
feel that he has the time to pro provide
vide provide the effective leadership the
United Party demands.
According to Johnson, the United
Party is in a building stage.
Every United Party legislative
council member will be given a
plank of our platform to carry
out, he commented. It will be
that members responsibility to
study and initiate legislation on
his plank.
We want to do something that
few other parties on this campus
have done, Johnson continued.
We want to run on our record.
In the spring elections we want to
be able to say that our accom accomplishments
plishments accomplishments agreed with our plat platform
form platform promises.
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Fla. Players
Tryouts Held
Tryouts for John Browns
Body, the second major produc production
tion production of the Florida Players, will
be held Monday, Oct. 24, and Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Oct. 25, from 4:00 to 5:30
p.m. and 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
in the Norman Hall Auditorium.
Dr. Gil Lazier, director of the
production, stated, We are look looking
ing looking for a large cast, because
this performance needs many ac actors
tors actors and dancers.
Anyone in the UF may try out
for a part in this production.
Mostellaria, directed by Dr.
Donald Borchardt, is currently
being presented by the Florida
Players.

Students Get More Date Tickets

(FROM PAGE 1)
will definitely partake in all home homecoming
coming homecoming activities, including house
decoration and float competition.
The expansion of the fra fraternity
ternity fraternity blocs to provide for extra
date tickets will not affect inde independents,
pendents, independents, said Goodyear. At
least 250 date tickets will be sold
daily to all independents at the
stadium ticket booth, Good Goodyear
year Goodyear added.
Ticket sales have been brisk
for the homecoming game. Many

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Navy Team
On Campus
The Naval Officer Recruiting
(Go Navy) Team of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville will be on campus at the
student information booth today
through Friday to discuss the many
Navy officer programs.
The Go Navy team will in interview
terview interview and test eligible students,
both men and women, who are
interested in earning a commis commission
sion commission in the United States Navy.
Available programs include Of Officer
ficer Officer Candidate School and Avia Aviation
tion Aviation Officer Candidate School. Al Also,
so, Also, for those with appropriate
degrees, there are special pro programs
grams programs available in engineering,
medicine, religion, law and nurs-
Ing.

students Roosestudents are camping overnite out outside
side outside the ticket booth to get tickets
the next morning. Percy Beard,
asst, athletic director has received
complaints from students about the
lbng lines.
This year is very much like
last year concerning ticket de demand,
mand, demand, said Beard. Our main
obligation is to the student and not
his date. We expect 57,000 people
for the Florida Auburn game.
The game is definitely a sellout.-

K Juesday, October 18, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

LBJ 'Unhappy,
Trying To Cover
Up Says Sidey

President Lyndon B. Johnsons
record of accomplishment in of office
fice office has not been enough to make
the President a happy man, accord according
ing according to HughSidey, Time-Life White
House reporter.
Sidey told the third annual In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Editors Learning and De Development
velopment Development Day audience in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville that Hes passed the great greatest
est greatest legislative program ever
known, but still hes quite an un unhappy
happy unhappy man.
According to Sidey, this can be
attributed to three things: John Johnsons
sons Johnsons declining popularity, his
Texas upbringing, and his 35- year
political career in Washington.
Johnsons policy in Viet Nam
and his legislation have generally
shown competent judgement, said
Sidey, so we have to give him
good marks. Then theres the pop popularity
ularity popularity thing. The president is
concerned about the loss of his
once large consensus.
Johnson is also trying to cover
up his early Texas life, accord according
ing according to Sidey. For example, the
Presidents boyhood home is now
air-conditioned and painted. Like
the man himself, it is not the
same as it was in his youth.
Texas was a tough country when
he grew up I think he was deep deeply
ly deeply affected by that.
Johnsons 35 years in Washing Washington
ton Washington have also left their mark
on him, according to Sidey. He
was a protege of Sam Rayburn and
an apostle of Franklin D. Roose Roosestudents

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velts New Deal. He can't forget
that." All of Johnsons heroes"
have been contemporary men, like
Herbert Hoover, Rayburn, and
FDR.
Hes been in on every inter international
national international decision since 1935 -a
catalogue of experience that no other
living being has, added the Time Timelife
life Timelife reporter. Still, the Pres President
ident President tends to worry too much about
little things."
I think Lyndon Johnson is his
own worst enemy, concluded
Sidey. Earlier, Sidey also admitted
Ive never been so baffled by any anyone
one anyone in my life."
Sidey, who writes a weekly
column on The Presidency," for
Life Magazine, spoke under
sponsorship of the UF School of
Journalism and Communications.
N.C. State Game
Film Highlights
Filmed highlights of unbeaten
Floridas fifth straight football
victory of the 1966 season will be
shown on the University campus
Thursday.
This is the third in a series
of five films sponsored by the
Alachua County Alumni Club.
The color film with sound nar narration
ration narration of the N.C. State game will
be shown at the Medical Sci Sciences
ences Sciences Building Auditorium 8 p.m.
Thursday. The public is invited
to attend.

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ON TRIAL. .JAKARTA. .Former Foreign Minister Subandrio
wept Monday as he pleaded for his life before a military tribunal
that hopes to send him before a firing squad on charges he tried to
hand Indonesia over to the Communists.
Subandrio told the court he had acted as foreign minister only
in the interests of Indonesia and that his life should be spared because
his cooperation with the Communists responsible for the attempted
coup against President Sukarno was mere coincidence.
PHONE THREATS. .SYDNEY, Australia. .Telephoned death deaththreats
threats deaththreats against President Johnson and the prime ministers of
Australia and New Zealand have been received in Sydney and in
Wellington, N.Z., it was disclosed Monday.
Australian and New Zealand police were investigating the reports
with an advance guard of UJS. security officials. Most of the threats
were from anonymous telephone callers to newspapers who spoke
of a Kennedy-style assassination with rifles.
MINE ATTACK. .SAIGON. .A home-made Claymore-type mine
exploded near a crowded American military bus stop Monday, killing
one U.S. serviceman and a Vietnamese civilian. Seven other persons
were injured, six of them American.
The mine went off near three American billets and a U.S. Army
hospital. Hie tragedy could have been worse. The terrorist who set
the mine misaimed it, and most of its deadly bullet-like pellets shot
over the heads of the crowd.
CABINET CRISIS. .SAIGON. .Dissident cabinet members Monday
moved to force a political showdown with Premier Nguyen Cao Ky
before the Manila conference in the worst threat to government
stability since the Buddhist rebellion last spring.
It had been reported that the dissidents, upset by alleged favoritism
toward northern-born Vietnamese as well as the strong military
influence in the government, had agreed to mark time until after
the Manila summit meeting next week. Reports said the ministers
did not want to weaken South Viet Nam's hand at the conference
table.
WHEELCHAIR FOR CHARLIE. .LONDON. .Charlie Chaplin, 77,
who broke his left ankle last week in a fall, returned to work Monday
on his latest movie in a wheelchair. Chaplin is in the process of
editing A Countess from Hong Kong, starring Sophia Loren and
Marlon Brando.
ASSASSIN IN COURT. .CAPE TOWN, South Africa. .Dmitri
Tsafendas the man charged with the assassination of South
African Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoered went on trial Monday.
Authorities imposed strict security measures to protect the de defendant.
fendant. defendant.
Tsafendas, 48, is accused of fatally stabbing Verwoerd five weeks
ago as the architect of racial apartheid was sitting in the South
African parliament. He faces a possible death sentence if convicted.
National
ON STRIKE. .NEW YORK. .Workers at seven General Electric
Co. plants went on strike over local issues Monday despite a contract
agreement that averted a nationwide walkout against the producer
of Viet Nam necessities.
The International Union of Electrical Workers voted overwhelm overwhelmingly
ingly overwhelmingly Sunday to accept an agreement with GE reached Friday by repre representatives
sentatives representatives in Washington. Ten other AFL-CIO unions followed the IUE
lead but problems arose over supplementary pacts to be worked out
at the local level.
INVESTIGATION ASKED. .WASHINGTON. .Threatening a Senate
investigation, Sen. John J. Williams said Monday Justice William O.
Douglas acceptance of $12,000-a-year from a foundation deriving
its funds from Las Vegas gambling raised serious moral and legal
questions.
The Delaware Republican said in a Senate speech that unless the
Supreme Court takes prompt action to handle this incident the
Senate Judiciary Committee should initiate a full-scale investigation
as to how far this practice may exist.
REVENOORS STRIKE. .ATLANTA. .Some 80 persons in the
metropolitan area were arrested early Monday on illegal whiskey
charges and more arrests were expected in the biggest raid on boot bootleggers
leggers bootleggers here this year.
A federal tax agent and a suspected moonshiner were both injured
in an exchange of shots at Marietta as the agent attempted to make
an arrest, authorities said.
Critically injured was Herman Austin, 30, of Marietta. Agent
Frank Frazier received slight gunshot wounds. The shooting began
after Frazier, posing as a customer for liquor, tried to arrest Austin.
According to agents, the Marietta man started shooting and tried to
escape, but Frazier returned the fire and stopped him.
BACK ELECTORAL SYSTEM. .WASHINGTON. .The Supreme
Court today rejected a move aimed at abolishing the electoral college
system for electing the president and vice president.
The court acted on a constitutional challenge brought by Delaware,
which % claimed the winner-take-all system is unfair and discrim discriminatory
inatory discriminatory -- especially to states.

NEW TV TREAT
Lester And Bo Show No Go

ATLANTA (UPI) Guberna Gubernatorial
torial Gubernatorial candidate Lester Maddox
charged during a lively television
confrontation with his Republican
opponent Howard* BoCallaway Sun Sunday
day Sunday that Callaway had once hired
off-duty policemen to forcefully
keep Negroes out of Callaway
Gardens.
Callaway, in the debate broad broadcast
cast broadcast statewide, retorted, I never
hired a single policeman to keep a
Write-In
For Arnall
Planned
ATLANTA (UPI) The cam campaign
paign campaign to write-in Ellis Arnall for
governor Sunday revealed it would
go into federal court to make the
state relax its regulations on
writing in candidates.
The complications involved in
procedure was considered one of
the major obstacles for the move movement.
ment. movement.
Hosea Williams, top aide to Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr., revealed
he had joined the Arnall-for-gov Arnall-for-governor
ernor Arnall-for-governor drive and was researching
Georgias write-in laws.
He said a federal district court
would be asked to allow people to
go to the polls with stickers bearing
Arnalls name.
Williams said the court would
also be asked to tell the state
to have election officials give to
all voters the material neces necessary
sary necessary to write in a candidate with without
out without having to be asked.
Williams said the suit would be
filed under the 1965 Voting Rights
Law shich wipes out literacy as a
qualification to vote. He said that
forcing a voter to spell Arnalls
full name or even their own name
on a write-in ballot would be a
form of testing literacy and there therefore
fore therefore unconstitutional.
PRESIDENT
VISITS
FAR EAST
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Johnson embarked Monday on
a historic mission of personal
diplomacy to the Far East seeking
to bring peace to troubled South Southeast
east Southeast Asia.
o
In farewell ceremonies at Dulles
International Airport, the Presi President
dent President again cautioned against ex expecting
pecting expecting some miracle to come
from his 17-day journey that would
end the fighting in Viet Nam.
I know I can wave no magic
wand that would bring about any
miracle, the President said at
the ceremonies attended by Vice
President Hubert H. Humphrey,
cabinet members, diplomats and
congressional leaders.
I leave you to undertake a
hopeful mission, Johnson said
before boarding the presidential
jetliner Air Force One for the non nonstop
stop nonstop flight to Hawaii, first leg of
the 25,000- mile trip that will keep
the Chief Executive out of the
country until Nov. 2.
His plane got away at 9:26 a.m.,
EDT.

Negro out of Callaway Gardens.
Maddox later told newsmen when
he was asked to document the
charge, I dont have that on me.
That was from some people down
in Columbus.
Callaway left the WSB television
studio immediately after the
debate, but Maddox remained
around the station to laugh and joke
with friends.
I had planned on appointing him
Callaway an aide, Maddox said.
But he cant stand still. I want a
man of stability.
Callaway said before leaving the
studio he was disappointed that
newsmen had not given him an
opportunity to answer some of
Maddoxs numerous charges. The
Democrat, ignoring the ground
rules for the debate, fired off
charge after charge at Callaway,
most of which he never had a chance
to answer.

FLORIDA BRIEFS
TALLAHASSEE ~ State Rep. William ONeill of Ocala asked the
Supreme Court today to stop the Marion County tax collector from
sending out property tax bills at the end of this month.
ONeill said the tax rolls were not legal because the assessor
failed to submit them to the state comptroller for approval prior
to turning them over to the County Commission Tax Equalization
Board.
The court should order the assessor to get a legal roll, ONeill
said, charging that the assessor feels hes above the law.
TALLAHASSEE -- The State Supreme Court heard additional argu argument
ment argument Monday in a case brought by three legislators challenging legis legislative
lative legislative appropriation of $50,000 to help finance a new Junior Chamber
of Commerce international headquarters in Florida.
Two justices questioned attorneys to determine whether the pro proposed
posed proposed facility would promote tourism for Florida. The headquarters
currently is in Miami.
ORLANDO -- A new organization has been formed to fight juvenile
delinquency in Florida.
The new group, the Florida Committee for Children and Youth,
was spawned by the inoperative Florida Cooperative Council on
Children and Youth. The organization elected officers Saturday.
LAKELAND Florida citrusmen are about to find themselves up
to their knickers in oranges.
Tbeyre going to meet Wednesday to talk about ways to sell them.
Our selling techniques have simply not kept up with our growing
techniques, according to Florida Citrus Mutual vice president
Robert W. Rutledge. Rutledge announced a joint meeting here Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday of Mutuals board of directors and grower council officials.
The agenda will center on a predicted orange crop of 139.4 million
boxes this season. Rutledge said both growers and handlers have
known for several years the industry would have a great increase
in production during the 1966-70 seasons.
The U. S. Department of Agriculture's estimate last week indicated
a 39 per cent increase in the crop.
TALLAHASSEE A battle once resolved with sharp blades and
noisy muskets will be fought this spring, probably noisily, but safely,
in the Florida Legislature.
Tbe ancient struggle is over Spanish gold.
People who look for the treasure scattered across the sea bottom
around Florida operate primarily under the philosophy of finders finderskeepers.
keepers. finderskeepers.
The state claims jurisdiction over its offshore water and says
the philosophy is you find, we keep 25 per cent.
The commercial treasure hunters want to look where they wish
for treasure, with few limitations, and without people looking over
their shoulders.
The state wants to have a strict count, by issuing leases, of who is
looking for treasure, and where, and wants a state guard nearby
to make sure no one is being done out of their fair share.
TAMPA The U. S. Strike Command announced Sunday its joint
rescue force operating in Tampico, Mexico has so far flown 50,765
pounds of medical supplies to the city.
Tampico was battered by hurricane Inez. The supplies were furn furnished
ished furnished by the Mexican government.
Officials saidvNavy doctors from Corpus Christi, Tex., treated
110 people and the rescue forces evacuated 27 people from flooded
areas.

Until the end of interviews and
news conferences, Maddox
becomes extremely irritated when
more than two questions in a row
are asked about race, and he has
threatened to walk out of many
questlon-and-answer sessions.
He has personally pleaded with
reporters to stop calling him a
segregationist in news stories.
Callaway, however, is bearing
down on Maddox's reputation and
has gone so for as to predict
four years of racial demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations and martial law if Maddox
is elected.
Callaway bristles at mention
that there is little difference be between
tween between him and Maddox.
The difference between us is
as great as the difference between
night and day, Callaway retorts.



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As UF Grows And Grows

By 808 BECK
Alligator Staff Writer
UF currently has 18 construct construction
ion construction projects now under way and
33 more in the planning stage.
Strikes, unforseen construction
problems, lack of skilled labor
and shortages of certain materials
have all caused headaches for the
contractors.
Hie new Florida Union is a good
example. Its original completion
date was February 9, 1966. Heavy
rain and sitting next to a sinkhole
has caused unforseen construction
problems. Labor problems and
shortages of materials have not
helped either.
Now the Union, which has a bake
shop, two kitchens, four dining
rooms, a barber shop, gift shop,
bowling alley, billiards parlor,
table tennis, snack bar, 21 off offices,

Tuesday, October 18, 1966, The Florida Alligator, i

ices, offices, 15 special offices, 270-seat
auditorium, nine general purpose
rooms, student organization
rooms, 13 meeting and confer conference
ence conference rooms, 36 bedrooms and
baths, and a 460 seat theater, is
92% completed.
The estimated completion date
for the Union is December 15,
1966. Food Service Equipment is
30% completed and estimated to
be ready in the Union by Decem December
ber December 15, 1966.
The Research Library due to
open today will not be ready for
use until the end of December
or Hie first part of January. When
finished it will have seven stack
areas, three reference areas, 32
offices, 32 study carrels, three
microfilm storage and reading
areas, 15 conference and seminar
rooms, a faculty study area, a
lounge, book receiving and shipping
area, and 18 special rooms.

UF engineers will have new
electrical, chemical, mechanical,
aerospace, bio- environmental
buildings and an addition to power
plant number two.
Estimated completion dates and
September 1, 1967 for the elec electrical
trical electrical building, and June 1967 for
the chemical, mechanical, and aer aerospace
ospace aerospace buildings.
Other projects under construc construction
tion construction are the Stratigraphical Survey
and Laboratory Testing Services,
maintenance office building, cen central
tral central stores building, an extension
of water service and sanitary sew sewer
er sewer lines, printing building, laundry
building, Chemistry Research
Unit, Life Sciences Building (bio (biology),
logy), (biology), Psychotic Children's In-
Patient Unit, animal research buil building,
ding, building, men's and women's dorm dormitory
itory dormitory and addition to the out outpatient
patient outpatient clinic and the Space Sci Sciences
ences Sciences Research Building (NASA).
Tri-Quarter Plan
Conversion Talk
Changes created by the UF's
conversion from a trimester to a
quarter system will be discussed
Wednesday at 4 p.m. and Thursday
at 7 p.m. in special sessions at the
College of Education.
Meetings will be held in Room
250 Norman Hall.
Dr. Bert L. Sharp, assistant
dean of undergraduate counseling,
College of Education, will conduct
the assemblies for the University's
elementary education majors.
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CHUCK WENTZ
(8.5., Bus. Admin.) of the
Bethlehem Steel Loop
Course has found plenty of
action in sales. Hes one
of many vigorous young
men in our coast-to-coast
sales organization
numbering some 600
salesmen and managers.
Join the action.
First step: pick up
a copy of "Careers
with Bethlehem Steel
and the Loop Course"
at your placement
office. Then sign up
for a campus interview.
Our 1967 Loop Class
has openings for technical
and non-technical graduates
(and post-grads) for
careers in steel operations,
research, sales, mining,
accounting, and other
activities.
An Equal Opportunity
Employer in the Plans for
Progress Program
BETHLEHEM
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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 Hie Alligator staff is the editorial in the left
column.
Election Reform
A member of the student body presi presidents
dents presidents cabinet tries to vote twice. An
election official openly promotes one party
at the polling place. A second official
is afraid to report infractions for fear
of endangering his political future.
Such was the scene at the Hub site
of off-campus voting for the recently recentlycompleted
completed recentlycompleted fall elections.
Student Body President Buddy Jacobs
has proposed that the picture ID cards
be used in place of the normal identi identification
fication identification cards. He also wants to make an
attempt to defraud an election an Honor
Court offense.
I feel that this would discourage stu students
dents students from using fraudulent means for
voting, Jacobs said.
Maybe it would. But we would like to
see the reforms taken all the way.
Our question is this: why should some someone
one someone who is affiliated with either party
be allowed as an election official. Secondly,
why should any election official be in a
position where his political future is at
stake?
In short, the UF election process has
fallen to an unbelievably low state. It is
run by politicians and won by politicians.
It is initiated by politicians and officiated
by politicians. And-guess who divides the
spoils.
What we need is a bill in Legislative
Council which would put selection of
election officials on a jury-duty type
basis. If your name is drawn, you serve
as an election official. This bill could go
to Council as an amendment to Jacobs*
motion or as a separate legislation.
We think such action would help clean
up the whole process.
Yes And No
Tonights Legislative Council meeting
will consider two things we feel are of
import.
The first is the Replacement Bill
introduced by Student Body Vice President
Fred Breeze which would eliminate
any such fraudulent substitution of Coun Council
cil Council members as came about last month.
We urge that the Council pass it.
The second item is for preferential
bloc seating at home football games. Re Requesting
questing Requesting are a business fraternity, Alpha
Kappa Psi, and a mens honorary, Florida
Blue Key. We urge the Council to vote
against both these requests since it is our
belief that no organization should have
preferential seating over any other.
Again, well be keeping score.

What Will Future Bring?

By DAVID MORRIS
Alligator Columnist
The future probability of inter international
national international peace has been pondered,
discussed and disputed so often
these days that the potential dis disaster
aster disaster of war can be intelligently
debated by any average high school
student. But there are quite a few
important issues shaping up in 1966

Guess Whos Going For $1.89 A Pound

Dr. Max Rafferty, California
Superintendent of Public In Instruction,
struction, Instruction, has announced the fall
curriculum for the University
of California. As you know, he
says the University is now offer offering
ing offering a four-year course in sex,
drugs and treason.
So, with the semester just open opening,
ing, opening, I dropped over to Berkeley to
see how the students were getting
along in these new fields of study.
Typical, perhaps, was Miss
Flossie Pettibone, a wide wideeyed
eyed wideeyed young coed with an arm armload
load armload of books.
Im majoring in treason this
term, said Miss Pettibone, a
little breathlessly, ** and minor minoring
ing minoring in drugs.
No sex?
Gosh, I wanted to take some,
she said frowning, but I couldnt
work it in because Ive got band
practice on Wednesday after afternoons.
noons. afternoons.
A shame. Well, she saiii,
its not required, you know, for
treason majors. And Holly thats
my roommate she's taking Gen General
eral General Sex 1A and its all about genes
and chromosomes and things and,
honest, it sounds like kind of
a drag.
Besides, Ive got two labs
a week already in Drugs 32
thats Applied Drug Making
and Im not too good in experi experiments.
ments. experiments. I mean today I was sup supposed
posed supposed to make lysergic acid
and it came out Dristan and,
boy, was the T.A. sore.
Os course, if I can get by
Drugs 32, I wouldnt mind tak taking
ing taking some sex next year. Like
maybe 132. Thats Strange Mar,
riage Customs around the World
and it sounds like a snap course.
But then youve got to talk them
out of the prerequisites and

Our Man Hoppe

By ART HOPPE
Alligator Columnist

that can lead to either an idyllic
existence in 1990 or a brave new
world in 1984.
Nietzche once based an entire
philosophy on the assumption that
Marxs final society would be one
of an animal-like existence, that
when mans physical needs were
satiated there would be no flower flowering
ing flowering of the soul, only a complete
degeneration of mores, values and

theyre pretty stuffy, I hear.
And how did Miss Pettibone like
treason?
Oh, its terrif. (cq) Weve
got this real dreamy prof whos
got this lock of hair that keeps
falling down over one eye and
when he talks to y0u... Miss
Pettibone sighed. And then she
frowned.
Os course, right now were
taking the basic survey course,
so theres lots of names and
dates and that kind of junk to mem memorize.
orize. memorize. But next year, I can take
Treason 116. Thats Applied Trea Treasonable
sonable Treasonable Activities, like building
barricades, operating clandestine
radios and that sort of stuff.
Doesnt it sound exciting?
I asked what Miss Pettibone
planned lo be when she graduated.
Well, I dont know, she said.
I guess Id like to get a job
for a while. But what I really
want to be is a housewife.
CSEE HOPPE PAGE 7)

Florida Alligator Staff
NICK ARROYO CAROL HEFNER GENE NAIL
Photo Editor Society Editor Editorial Assistant
JO ANN LANGWORTHY NEWT SIMMONS
General Assignment Editor Wire Editor
STAFF WRITERS Bob Beck, Sue Froemke, Barbara Gefen,
Maury Olicker, Kathie Keim, Jean Mamlin, Frank Shepherd, Aggie
Fowles, Justine Hartman,
ASSISTANT EDITORS Judy Redfern, Sherrie Braswell, Toni
Giliberti, Joe Torchia, Nick Tatro, Tyler Tucker, John Briggs,
KenGarst, Margie Green.
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.

humanity. Now scientific dis discoveries
coveries discoveries have placed mankind on
the verge of a dramatic proof of
either Nietzche or Marx.
Birth control is not a dream
anymore -- it is a reality. The
only obstacle to the complete
emancipation of women and men
from the fears and doubts of preg pregnancy
nancy pregnancy is the fact that most of our
generation has been inculcated with
the fears of parents who lived
during a different era. But as soon
as the next generation arrives and
girls and boys begin to realize
that the pill is easily obtained,
the taboo on sex, based on fear
of serious consequences will be
lifted. And then what? Who has
attempted to understand what this
progress" will entail? The
Catholic church has condemned the
pill and premarital sex on the
basis of dogma. Playboy magazine
has condoned, and indeed idolized,
sex as part of its total conception
of individual freedom and
responsibility. But what exactly
will it mean?
The family as an institution will
die, as it has begun to die already
in our highly mobile and extremely
pluralistic society. In all pro probability
bability probability there will be a replace replacement
ment replacement of marriage by a system of
rotating friendship groups. People
with the same incomes usually live
in the same neighborhoods and
often have the same interests.
Groups of eight or ten people will
rotate in their living arrangements
without even the modern-day
facade of a marriage certificate.
Marriage may take place only when
a man and woman decide to have
a child, although it is quite con conceivable
ceivable conceivable that they will only live
together long enough to have the
baby, at which point the mother
will give it to a nurse and con continue
tinue continue at her job, and rejoin the
dynamic friendship groups again.
LSD is another part of a rapidly
changing environment. Is it going
to be a new religion as Timothy
Leary has prophesized? Or will
it be a new form dt soma tablet,
as Orwell might well forecast?
Will it complement mans
existence? Or will it be a sub substitute
stitute substitute for an external existence
based on boredom and inactivity?
Whatever the answers drugs such
as LSD are going to change the
fabric of our civilization in the
next 10 to 20 years.
Science is now producing
miracles" almost daily. Be Bertrand
rtrand Bertrand Russell once wrote that
knowledge increases at a geo geometric
metric geometric rate. Todays explosion oi
technological advances seems to
bear this out. But have our human
sciences kept pace with the con consequences
sequences consequences of our technological in innovations.
novations. innovations. Consider the problem of
suspended animation.
We have almost made possible
the freezing of people for long
periods of time. But is it advis advisable
able advisable to make a trip 100 years
into the future, at the expense of
the present? Will the next 100
years produce a heaven on earth,
or a Hell?



A.
D.

EDITOR:
It escapes me how Jim Harmeling can critize the police
and cry wolf so often about his rights and academic freedoms
and then have the unmitigated gall to turn around and classify the
University Police as .. a personable bunch of guys, who know,
for the most part, how to deal with students. I am surprised
at the ease with which he flutters from one side to the other.
I can only guess what he meant by that ...for the most part....
An auxiliary policy force would be needed in case of an emergency
and funds are not available to hire more full-time campus po police,
lice, police, or for that matter, to raise the salaries of those already
on the orce.
Mud slinging is one thing, but his reference to the duties of
this volunteer force is somewhat trite, even for him. I also
fail to see how mentioning Whats his name nine times could
possibly be for my own self-glorification.
Mr. Harmeling was informed in my last letter that he could
apply for this police auxiliary force to insure that at least one
person was a good guy who wears a white hat, but as of this
writing he has made no inquiries about it at all, at least not at
the police station where inquiries should be made. I would like,
therefore, to extend a personal invitation to Mr. Jim Harmeling
to join the auxiliary police force and help to perform this ser service
vice service to this, his academic community. I have taken the liberty
of checking with all persons concerned and there are no object objections
ions objections to aUowing anyone who wishes to serve on this force, to
do so, provided that he is over 21 and bondable.

EDITOR:
Mr. Garretts bias and de deliberate
liberate deliberate ignorance camouflages the
authemicity of the Communist coup
in Indonesia. There is no point to
bring argument, as he challenged,
since his fanatic view, published
in this paper Oct. 11, which also
confirms his prejudice, has no
worth of reality at all. We will
be glad if he keeps in touch with
his friend from New York Times,
so he will be fed constantly with
reliable news. In fact, we are a
faithful reader of the Times.
The name of the organization
which he represents clearly indi indicates
cates indicates where he belongs. This kind
of gentleman e like to suggest
to pack his things and bound for a
world wide trip and visit the devel developing

And why was she majoring in
treason? Well, like I said,
sex is a drag and Im not too
good in drugs and youve got to
major in something. So my coun counsellor
sellor counsellor recommended treason. And
I guess it's as good as anything.
,} *
So the students have adjusted
easily to the new curriculum. And
you can certainly see the value
of such life adjustment courses as
sex and drugs.
But, frankly, I fear Dr. Raf Rafferty

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(FROM PAGE 6)

oping developing countries. Then he finds out
that this earth is not consisted
only of Americanism and Behind
the curtainism. When he returns
back hell breathe deeply and real realize
ize realize that both extremes do not fit
into the nature and culture of
those countries. What these
countries really need is not
Socialist Revolution, which leads
to Proletariat Totalitarian), but
rather a Social Revolution, a
. prompt change in social structure,
which leads to liberation from
poverty, illiteracy, misery and
provide equal opportunity to every
individual. This task could be
achieved not by any system, but
by the willingness of those people
to change their destiny.
Mr. Garretts analysis of PKls

ferty Rafferty and these other progressive
educationalists are going too
far in placing such emphasis on
treason. True, it may well broad broaden
en broaden a student's scope, but cer certainly
tainly certainly one function of a univer university
sity university is to prepare our youth to
earn a living.
So Id stongly suggest substit substituting
uting substituting arc welding. For, say
what you will, the career op opportunities
portunities opportunities in treason these days
are severely limited.

His main point that because the UF does business with the
military the academic freedom and First Amendment rights
of students and faculty will be hampered, is not only false,
but borders on the ridiculous as well. I am reasonably sure
that most universities and colleges in Florida do business with
the military, one probable exception being the so-called Free
University of Florida. Many military research projects have
peacefull applications, such as the underwater communications
research being done here by the Communication Science De Department,
partment, Department, to name just one. The military, in this country as
well as in other countries, is big business and the University
of Florida is not financially able to refuse to do business with
such a large concern.
Furthermore, in his concern for the poor Viet Cong who are
to be sniffed out by bugs, he might have considered that it would
be better to be sniffed out than driven out by napalm, bombs,
or buUets; not to mention his lack of concern for our American
Fighting Men who will have a much better chance of not being
ambushed in the back by those same Viet Cong.
One last point I would like to make is that although he has had
experience as an ROTC member and can distinguish between
paratroopers and swabbies; it is usually considered that the
right to caU others by service nicknames be reserved for those
who have proved themselves by serving their country with honor.

role and ambition in Indonesian
affairs is exactly a tape of mineur
melody of communists campaign campaigning
ing campaigning song yes, the same melody
is also heard in other countries.
Mr. Garrett is in his own right
to mourn over the lot of the
Indonesian Communist Party. The
testimonies in the trials of Dr.
Soebandrie, Untung and other com communist
munist communist leaders are irrefutable evi evidence
dence evidence of the involvement of PKI
in October coup.
We have decided as a loss of

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considerable time to undertake a
debate; it is comparable to a
debate between an actor on the
stage who experienced the pre prelude
lude prelude at their own cost and an on onlooker
looker onlooker of a TV screen thousands
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restrictions on medical research

Laws Drive LSD Traffic Underground

(Part Fdur In A Series)
(All Rights Reserved By Univer University
sity University of Florida Law Review)
By BRIAN ROSBOROUGH
While psychedelics differ both
qualitatively and quantitatively
from existing stimulants and de depressants,
pressants, depressants, the drugs have been
lumped together by congressional
design to facilitate control.
Though users are not subject
to punitive measures under the
federal law, the initial trend in
state legislation is to punish un unauthorized
authorized unauthorized possession and use. As
with marijuana, LSD traffic has
been driven underground. By curb curbing
ing curbing legitimate supplies and re restricting
stricting restricting clinical research, the law
is creating another deviant cult
or subculture.
LSD must be sought at black blackmarket
market blackmarket levels. Because the
principal chemical component is
controlled as closely as the drug,
illicit operations will rely on
smuggled goods thus expanding the

Alligator Photographer Arroyo
Prefers Shooting 'Gator Girls

By JOHN MEDEAHIS
Alligator Correspondent
It takes 1,000 words to create
a picture.
This is often the case for Nick
Arroyo, chief photographer of the
Florida Alligator, as he assigns,
checks and helps in the layout
of every photograph which the
newspaper uses.
My position with the Alligator
is a full-time job in itself," la lamented
mented lamented Arroyo. Im lucky in that
Im the type of guy who can read
a book once and be ready for a
test. I just have no time to study,"
he explained.

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orbit of secondary crimes. The
staggering profits in black-market
trade will induce bootleggers to
flood the market with counterfeit
psychedelics often more dangerous
than the actual drug.
Because the drug must be ob obtained
tained obtained unlawfully, it is not likely
that users will solicit proper med medical
ical medical supervision.
The provisions of the new
Nevada law actually discourage
doctors from becoming involved.
While it allows licensed
practitioners to administer the
drug, the law demands that they
remain with the patient until the
hallucinogenic effects have com completely
pletely completely worn off.
Even if the subject were pro properly
perly properly prepared and wisely
counseled, the doctor would be
liable for imprisonment if he did
not personally remain with the sub subject
ject subject for the duration of the ex experience.
perience. experience.
This places an undue burden on
the medical profession and would
be impractical in many cases.
Such restrictions can only work to

Nevertheless, Arroyo manages
to take pictures for other organ organizations
izations organizations as the Seminole or the
Coed Calendar and even the Orange
Peel before it was laid to rest.
My major problem is that Im
just shooting too many pictures,"
he acknowledged.
Also there is much pressure
involved, rushing against deadlines
and so on. Its fun though and I
get a kick out of my job at the
Alligator. Its different at the Al Alligator
ligator Alligator compared with other news newspapers,
papers, newspapers, since more freedom of ex expression
pression expression is allowed. I can be more
creative," he emphasized.
Arroyo covers a variety of
events ranging from beauty con contests
tests contests to award banquets to contro controversial

dis courage much-needed medical
participation in the development
of psychedelic drugs. Few doctors
are willing to play Russian roulette
with their careers. So long as LSD
ruts a negative connotation, both
legally and socially, its use to
medical science will be curtailed.
Some would argue that the pro prohibition
hibition prohibition of LSD, at the expense of
creating a deviant cult, is the
better alternative. It is felt that
legal condemnation of psychedelic
drugs, even if supported by exag exaggeration
geration exaggeration and misconception, deters
thousands of potential adolescent
users.
But this is illogical. Those who
choose to experiment with hallu hallucinogens,
cinogens, hallucinogens, such as LSD and mari marijuana,
juana, marijuana, do so on the basis of personal
contacts and associations. An
adventurous, inquiring youth is
quick to discover for himself,
either through use or from con conversation,
versation, conversation, the true effects of such
drugs.
One confidant proselytizes ano another
ther another and before long pot" parties
and trips" are the fashionable
weekend sport. The very fact that

versial controversial plays in sports. When asked
which of these he prefersto pho photograph
tograph photograph he chuckled, Gator girls,
of course."
Specifically, though, I like to
photograph feature type events,
such as Gator Growl, more than
sports or anything else. This gives
me a chance to catch people as
they really are," he clarified.
What I dislike is taking pic pictures
tures pictures of posed situations set up
for photographers. People accept accepting
ing accepting awards, for example, or other
society pictures are dull shots for
me," emphasized Arroyo.
Then Arroyo summed up nice nicely
ly nicely when he said, but there isnt
anything I cant cover here at the
Alligator . from riot to you
name it."

Tuesday, October 18, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

such conduct is illegal often makes
it appealing. Its social attractivity
is contagious. Eventually the drugs
become the focal point of groups
who espouse unconventional views,
and a deviant subculture is formed.
At best, then, the emphasis on
complete elimination of non nonmedical
medical nonmedical drug use only regulates
traffic in much the same manner
that more liberal measures would
do. As a consequence deviant cults
are formed, black market trade
runs rampant, and secondary
crimes ensue.
Os those who would ordinarily
try the drug, most succeed in
finding it. Others, more reluctant
to tamper with the chemistry of
their minds, stay away. Perhaps
their abstinence is attributable to
fear of losing rational control or
of doing something shameful or of
discovering something about them themselves
selves themselves that they do not want to
face.
Whatever, these built-in con controls
trols controls are generally what deter
some and not others. The network
of stringent statutory prohibitions
is more a legal wasteland than
an effective deterrent.
CAN LSD BE DISTINGUISHED?
A drug" is defined in Web Websters
sters Websters Dictionary as any sub-

Sen. Mathews Speaks
At JMBA Meeting

Florida Senator John E. Mathews
Jr. will address a luncheon of the
John Marshall Bar Association
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stance used as a medicine/' The
law appears to be bound to this
view for it persists in condemning
all nonmedical use of drugs. Herein
lies the weakness of our drug
law philosophy.
Society has not accepted the use
of drugs for pleasure. To experi experience
ence experience synthetic emotions is believed
to be immoral. Yet science fore forecasts
casts forecasts that we are on the threshold
of a drug culture. The vast po potential
tential potential of synthetic human experi experiences
ences experiences staggers the imagination.
If the law is to cope with the drugs
of tomorrow it must begin today
to reorient its inflexible policies
of control.
Aside from sophisticated
pharmocological differences, law lawmakers
makers lawmakers should endeavor to dif differentiate
ferentiate differentiate between drugs on the
basis of the drugs appeal, its
users, and their goals.
To be sure, gross misuse of
drugs has its damaging effects
in every case. Opiates can enslave
their users. Massive doses of
marijuana can produce anxiety and
physical effects. Overdosage of
barbituates can turn sleep into a
coma and often into death. Multi Multiple
ple Multiple ingestion of amphetamines or
pep pills can lead to blackouts,
hallucinations, and even paranoia.
With LSD, misadvised use could
shatter a brittle personality. For
these reasons some measure of
control must be exercised, but
this control should be tailored to
the specific problem and not to
every nonmedical use.
The drug experience is like any
experience. Its meaning lies pri primarily
marily primarily within the person. The drug
merely liberates. Accordingly, if it
is to protect society, the law
should concern itself with the ends
as much as it does with the means.
In this respect the psychedic drugs
can be distinguished from all
others.

11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Hol Holiday
iday Holiday Inn.
Mathews topics will include
constitutional amendments on the
Nov. 8 ballot, the purpose of the
states Constitutional Revision
Commission and proposed legis legislation
lation legislation in the 1967 legislature.
Mathews serves on three dif different
ferent different com mittees of the Constitu Constitutional
tional Constitutional Revision Commission.
First elected to the Florida
House in 1956 and Senate in 1962,
Mathews has been re-elected each
succeeding term on first primary
victories.
A native of Jacksonville, Math Mathews
ews Mathews received his BA degree at
Emory. Last fall he was made
a fellow of the International Aca Academy
demy Academy of Trial Lawyers. He is
an honorary member of Florida
Blue Key and Phi Alpha Delta
law fraternity.
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Elroy, Andy Owens, Edd Poore.

UNDER NEW COACH

UF Roundballers Begin Practice

By RON FENSTER
Alligator Correspondent
Go. Watch him now. Get that
ball. Ok, pivot and shoot. Quick,
stick your hands up and block the
ball.
Good effort men, lets try it
again.
UF basketball coaches sounded
these words several times this
past Saturday. The reason was the
start of varsity basketball pract practice.
ice. practice.
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Tommy Bartlett, new head coach
for the Gators, showed a great
deal of optimism concerning the
teams chances.
We are going to be doing a lot
of hard practicing daily, Bart Bartlett
lett Bartlett stated. The practices will
be closed so people in the stands
wont distract the team while they
work out.
Bartlett came to UF from the
U niversity of Tennessee where he
was an assistant basketball coach.
I am instituting a completely
new revision of the team, Bart Bartlett
lett Bartlett said. There will be a new
look in the teams offensive and
defensive structure. I want to do
a great deal of work with the
defense. Also, one of the main ob objectives
jectives objectives we are striving for is to
keep the defensive point average
down and the offensive point
average up.
Bartlett commented, The team
reported for practice in a good
frame of mind. They have a real
good attitude and are in pretty good
shape.
The only returning letterman
with starting positions assured
are renter Gary Keller and guard
.Skip Higley.

Coach Bartlett mentioned that he
will depend heavily on Neal Walk
and Andy Owens, two of last years
freshmen team starters. Both will
be fighting for a starting position
for the opening game, Dec. 1,
against Jacksonville.
Four big men are fighting for
positions as forwards, Bartlett
said. We have some good guards,
but we are lacking depth in that
position. As a matter of fact the
only guards with experience are
Skip Higey and Harry Winkler.
The height situation is the one
thing Bartlett didnt seem worried
about.
The Gators have over 26 feet,
of good dependable height spread
over four men 6-7 Neal Walk,
6-9 Jeff Ramsey, 6-9 Gary Keller,
6-7 Andy Owens, and 6-6 Gary
McElroy.
Our team has a very rough
schedule this year, Bartlett stat stated.
ed. stated. A big part of the teams suc success
cess success will depend on how they play
on the road. Our hardest games will
be on the road.
Kentucky, Mississippi State,
Tennessee, and Vanderbilt will
give us the hardest time in the
South- Eastern Conference,
Bartlett continued. Out of the con conference
ference conference our greatest opposi opposition
tion opposition will come when we meet
the world champion team from
Yugoslavia, on Dec. 31 in St.
Petersburg.
Working with the team this past
summer gave coach Bartlett some
idea of how they can handle the
ball.
Barlett said, I cant really
look objectively at our showing in
South America. We did very well
in our exhibition games but the

rules and courts are different in
South America and this keeps us
from comparing the teams we did
play with the ones we will play
this season.
The Gators beat the national
champions of Venezuela 127-55.
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and Jim McCachren, assistant
coaches, and Paul Morton,
graduate student assistant coach.



Lagotic's Run
Sets Record;
Harriers Win
Floridas cross-country team,
led by Frank Lagotics record
breaking four mile run, defeated
Auburn 26-29 Saturday.
The Gator runners remain un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten as they previously downed
Western Kentucky and Florida
State.
Lagotic, a junior from Miami,
set a new course record of 19:
39.4, and remains undefeated. He
broke his own record of 19:43.5
set against Western Kentucky.
Finishing in the top ten for
the Gators were Steve Atkinson,
fourth; Chris Hosford, fifth; Larry
Powell, seventh and Dieter Geb Gebhard,
hard, Gebhard, ninth. .f
Auburns top runner was Glen
McWaters, who finished second
with a time of 20:16.6. Other
Auburn runners in the top ten were
Vic Bebly, third; Morris Williams,
seventh; Lewis Von Hermann,
eighth; and Ralph Blaine, tenth.
The Gators will put their un unblemished
blemished unblemished record on the line when
they meet a powerful Miami team
and South Florida Saturday in
Tampa.
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Tiger
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Louisiana State University has
a special way of greeting opposing
football teams playing at Tiger
Stadium in Baton Rouge.
They use a hungry tiger, a fired
up crowd and an oval stadium to
beat down the opposing teams
spirit.
Tiger Stadium is a complete
oval. When fans cheer not a sound
gets out of the stadium, it just
gets louder and louder, said
Bruce Starling, defensive coach for
the Baby Gators and ex-halfback
for the varsity.
Starling has played in Tiger Sta Stadium
dium Stadium a few times for the Gators.
The team arrives two hours
before the game. The stands are
packed, as if the game has al already
ready already begun. A Bengal tiger, who
hasnt been fed in two days, is
in a cage on the field with micro microphones
phones microphones all around him. His growl
is amplified all over the stadium,
even in our dressing room. We
even hear his heavy breathing.
Starling said the crowd keeps
up a constant muffled roar the en entire
tire entire time before the game. This is
heard in the locker room and built
up until game time.
When the team comes out of
the dressing room, the roar of the
crowd is so loud that it is hard
to hear yourself think, he said.
When playing football you dont
pay much attention to the crowd,
but in Tiger Stadium you cant
help but hear them. You cant
hear anything else, not even the
quarterback's signals.
Starling said if the Gators go
to L.S.U. with a 5-0 record, the
reception will be bigger than ever.
I wish I had the secret of how
to get the fans so fired up.

Tuesday, October 18, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

Alligator
SPORTS

Tide Hunts Crown ;
Watches For Gators

DAVID M. MOFFIT
ATLANTA (UP!) Third-ranked
Alabama is well on the way to
its third straight Southeastern
Conference championship after a
pulsating, last-ditch victory over
Tennessee.
No other foe is likely to come
as close as the Vols did Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday.
Now, it depends on how Bth Bthranked
ranked Bthranked Florida fares as to whe whether
ther whether Alabama will win the title
outright or share it with the Ga Gators.
tors. Gators. Florida does not play the
Tide and is tied with Alabama
for the SEC lead at 2-0. Florida
picked up its fifth straight vic victory
tory victory of an unbeaten season with
a come-from-behind effort of its
own scoring two touchdowns
in the fourth period to beat North
Carolina State 17-10.
A few more seconds or a few
more inches and the Crimson Tide
probably would have lost. Tennes Tennessee,
see, Tennessee, which took a 10-0 first per period
iod period lead and couldnt hold it, storm stormed
ed stormed to the Alabama 2 yard line in
the closing seconds but failed to
score.
Alabamas 11-10 victory is one
of the great classics of SEC his history.
tory. history. The Tide didnt go ahead un until
til until Steve Davis kicked a field
goal with only 3 1/2 minutes to
Play.
Back came Tennessee, marching
after the ensuing kickoff from
its own 26 to the Bama 2. But the
next play lost a yard and then
came the play that will be the
subject of discussion for years
to come.
Specialist Gary Wright, who had
kicked a 40-yard field goal in the
first period, was called upon to
kick a 20-yarder from an angle
with 12 seconds on the clock,
insert ten point
Kick Was Wide
The wet ball was wide and un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten Alabama had taken a gi giant
ant giant stride toward the conference
championship.
Thats the way it went almost
everywhere on the rain-plagued
weekend. Seventh-ranked Georgia
Tech did all its scoring in the
second half to beat Auburn 17-3,
and Doug Cunningham scored two
fourth-period touchdowns to give
Ole Miss a 14-7 win over South Southern

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LSU, playing its first conference
game, simply overwhelmed Ken Kentucky.
tucky. Kentucky. Halfback Tommy Allen, who
gained 83 yards rushing, scored
two Bengal touchdowns on runs
of 2 and 30 yards. Sammy Grez Grezaffi
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Florida States Jim Mankins
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TOP TEN
1. Notre Dame 12 4-0 317
2. Michigan St. 14 5-0 315
3. UCLA 6 5-0 265
4. Alabama 2 4-0 240
5. Southern Cal 1 5-0 200
6. Georgia Tech 5-0 152
7. Nebraska 5-0 139
FLORIDA 5-0 91
9. Purdue 4-1 59
10. Oklahoma 4-0 55

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