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High Level Salary Hikes Planned?

The Florida Alligator

Vol. 59, No. 64

Cagers Open
Season Tonite
- Against JU
' Most of the attention tonight will be on Steve
Spurrier as he receives the Heisman Trophy
% in New York. But at least five UF students will
BBt 'A have their minds on other matters.
The Gators open their 1966-1967 basketball
season tonight in Jacksonville, facing the Jack Jacks
s Jacks 0* sonville University Dolphins.
The JU game marks the UF coaching debut
1 *, of Tommy Bartlett, who succeeded Norm Sloan
\ ,W as head basketball coach this summer. Bartlett
came to UF from the University of Tennessee,
kl s While Bartlett was an assistant at Tennessee
he coached a defense which was considered one
v of the best in the country. He isnt worried
about the Gator offense, which includes four
men over 6-5, and he feels the team will also
come up with a pretty strong defense.
too our
% Bartlett said. We have spent a great deal
: % %\ time on defense and I it will be one of our
strong points.
|l||%* Gators to a rugged pre-Christmas schedule
which includes three intra-state rivals, two
m IPPm SEC opponents, Kentucky and Tennessee, and
the Yugoslavian national team.
Bartlett will start Skip Higley (6-0) and David
Miller (6-5) at guards, Neal Walk (6-10) at
center and Gary Keller and Gary McEl McElroy
roy McElroy (6-5) at forwards.
Bartlett expects his front-line reserves to
be Edd Poore (6-3), Mike Rollyson (6-2) and
Jeff Ramsey (6-10).
Probable Starters
- jgj A
V MILLER HIGLEY
% '%*/', yW
MCELROY KELLER
SOPHOMORE STARTER NEAL WALK
. .and coach Tommy Bartlett

University of Florida

Thursday December 1, 1966

Regents
Consider

On Monday
If proposed budget requests are
approved by the Board of Re Regents
gents Regents Monday, the salaries of
several top level administrators
in the state university system,
including UF President J. Wayne
Reitz, will be raised considerably.
The request would raise the sal salary
ary salary of Dr. J. Broward Culpepper,
chancellor of the university
system, from $23,000 to $35,000
next yea/ and $36,750 the fol following
lowing following year.
Dr. Reitzs salary would be
raised from the present $23,000
to $32,000.
Other salary increases
recommended include:
Dr. John Champion, presi president
dent president of Florida State University,
from $23,000 to $30,000.
Dr. John S. Allen, pre president
sident president of the University of South
Florida, from $21,000 to $27,500.
Dr. George W. Gore Jr.,
president of Florida A&M Univer University,
sity, University, from $19,000 to $25,000.
Harold Crosby, president of
West Florida University, from
$19,000 to $25,000.
Dr. Kenneth Williams, pre president
sident president of Florida Atlantic Univer University,
sity, University, from $21,000 to $25,000.
Dr. Charles N. Millican,
prc 'ident of Florida Technological
University, frdm $19,000 to
$25,000.
In addition to their salaries,
all presidents are furnished auto automobiles,
mobiles, automobiles, house servants and ex expense
pense expense accounts.
Other big raises would go
to the vice chancellor for aca academic
demic academic affairs and the vice chan chancellor
cellor chancellor for administration, each
would be raised from their present
S2O/000 a year salary to $23,580
for the first year of the next
biennium and to $24,759 the se second
cond second year.
Salary of the state director
of continuing education (an of office
fice office under the chancellor) would
jump from the present $17,500
to $lB, 375 the first year of the
biennium and to $19,300 the
second year.
The proposed salaries have
not been reviewed by the entire
Board of Regents. The regents,
however, gave the boards exe executive
cutive executive committee comprised
of Chairman Chester H. Ferguson,
Vice Chairman Wayne McCall
and Henry Kramer authority to
approve them.
Kelly Here;
Will Discuss
Demo Future
Scott Kelly, two-time candi candidate
date candidate for governor and chairman
of Democrat Robert King High's
campaign in tMs months general
election,
tonight.
Kellys address in University
Auditorium is being sponsored by
the Forums Committee of the
Florida Union Board of Student
Activities.
He will discuss the future of
the Democratic Party and give
his views on what happened to the
party in the recent election.
A former UF student, Kelly
has served as mayor of Lakeland,
state senator for eight years
realtor, builder and insurance
executive.



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1, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, December 1, 1966

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National
APPROVES OF CUTS. .WASHINGTON President Johnsons
announced plans for cancellation or delay of $5.3 billion worth of
federal programs in the current fiscal year were welcomed Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday by Senate Republican Leader Everett M. Dirksen. He said the
GOP might want to go even further.
It goes pretty far in our direction, especially when you consider
how vigorously the Democrats fought against cuts this year, Dirk Dirksen
sen Dirksen said in an interview.
LOST IN STORM. .HARBOR BEACH, Mich. A Great Lakes ore
ship with 33 men aboard was missing and presumed sunk in gale galelashed
lashed galelashed Lake Huron Wednesday. At least five bodies were recovered
in the waters and a rescue ship reported the lake was littered with
floating bodies.
The 600-foot Daniel J. Morrell, had radio silent since noon Tuesday,
whs presumed to have broken up in the near blizzard which raked the
Great Lakes.
International
POLICY MEETING. .AMMAN, Jordan -- The 13-nation Arab League
Wednesday called a Dec. 7 meeting in Cairo to formulate a common
policy in the Israeli crisis.
Cairo Radio said the leagues secretary general, Abdel Khaleq
Hassouna, cabled defense and foreign ministers and chiefs of staffs
of the member nations to attend the gathering.
If all attend, the meeting will bring together hostile monarchist
and republican nations, now bitterly disputing ways to deal with Israel.
An Israeli attack on three Jordan villages Nov. 12 started a crisis
in which Egypt and Syria accused Jordans young King Hussein of
being unprepared for the raid. Hussein is backed by powerful Saudi
Arabian King Faisal.
Hussein Tuesday was assured of U.S. jet fighters to bolster his
armed forces. But he was faced with continuing unrest among his own
people the result his government said, of propaganda by other
Arab countries urging Husseins overthrow.
Extraordinary security measures were in effect as anti-Hussein
demonstrations and strikes again broke out in different parts of the
country.
.. c
Flo rida State Laws
Being Changed
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) -- Flori- of succession, from Wednesdays
das constitutional convention, in session.
a negative mood Wednesday, re- Meanwhile, a committee headed
jected moves to put an elected by Sen. Beth Johnson, Orlando,
czar over state spending and voted to eliminate from the pre prechop
chop prechop up senatorial districts to keep liminary draft of a new Constitu Constitubig
big Constitubig cities from controlling the leg- tion a provision which would re reislature.
islature. reislature. quire that Dade Countys home
Delegates also voted down a pro- rule amendment be submitted to
posal aimed at keeping candidates the people for another vote in 10
from running for the legislature years,
in a county where they have lived
barely six months. And, in a com- Opponents said it would hamper
plete reversal, they reconsidered Dades metro government in is isand
and isand threw out a provision approved suing bonds or taking other long-
Tuesday for removal of city offi- range actions,
cials who refused to talk to grand There was no debate on recon reconjuries.
juries. reconjuries. sideration of the provision letting
The three-day-old convention the legislature set up a means of
put off until Thursday consider- ousting city officials who refuse
ation of one big controversy to answer questions from grand
permitting a Florida governor to juries. Sponsor Sen. John Math Mathserve
serve Mathserve two four-year terms in a ews Jr., Jacksonville, agreed to
row. This amendment, already dis- having it sent back to a commit commitapproved
approved commitapproved by a convention com- tee for further study after col colmittee,
mittee, colmittee, was bypassed because leagues said they feared it would
illness kept Rep. Richard Petti- not accomplish the desired
grew of Miami, a strong supporter purpose.

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Job Corpsmen Denied
'Descriptive Sex Stories

WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Mem Members
bers Members of the Job Corps will have
to wait until some time next year
for the next official word on sex.
Corps officials have decided that
The Corpsman. official publi publication
cation publication for volunteers, is simply
not the place to try to educate
the 30,000 corpsmen, aged 16 to 21,
Squaws Sent
To Factory
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Come
January, about 100 Seminole In Indians
dians Indians will start working in a new
electronics factory being com completed
pleted completed near Hollywood, Fla., by
Amphenol Corp.
The Seminoles, who live in and
around the Everglades, are the
only Indian nation never conquered
by the white man.
They have never signed a peace
treaty or accepted any dependent
status from the United States
government.
They earn their living in the age ageold
old ageold fashion as hunters, trappers
and fishermen.
In recent years, the need farther
north in Florida for water for
farming and industry has caused
less water to reach the Ever Everglades,
glades, Everglades, resulting in a serious de decline
cline decline in the game and fish popu population
lation population in Seminole country.
Accordingly, chief William Os Osceola,
ceola, Osceola, lineal heir of the famous
Seminole chief of the early 19th
Century, agreed in June to lease
10 acres of Seminole land for the
electronics plant.
In return, Amphenol agreed to
follow a policy of hiring Semi Seminoles
noles Seminoles for 50 per cent of the jobs.
Even so, said Amphenol Vice
President John L. Woods, the
Seminole Braves will retain their
traditional freedom to hunt and fish
for a living. They will send their
squaws to work in our plant.

ARE YOU SURE YOU
KNOW WHAT YOURE DOING?
* fw>. lii
People in love have a crazy way of getting wrapped
up in each other and forgetting about everything else.
So, unless you want to make a mistake, forget about love
when youre buying a diamond ring.
If youd like some expert help, in fact, go see your
Art Carved jeweler. He has beautiful diamond rings from
$l5O to over SIOOO. Every Me has a gemologists evaluation
inscribed on the inner band. Every one is guaranteed.
So dont get emotional at a time like this. Get careful
If you dont know anything about diamonds, see your
Art Carved jeweler. He does. \
ArtCarved*
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on the whys and wherefores of
sex.
Early in November, The
Corpsman printed what was to
be the first in a series of highly
descriptive articles on sex. Corps
officials have now decided the arti article
cle article will be the last.

See Whats ** ew n
The Browse Shop
. a
ULYSSES James Joyce
MARKINGS Dag Hammarskjold
NEVER GREATER NEED Walter Benton
COMPLETE POEMS OF KEATS & SHELLEY
Keats & Shelley
ATLAS SHRUGGED Ayn Rand
KENNEDY Sorenson
DIARY OF A GENiUS Salvador Dali
COMPULSION OF DOUBT William Stekel
FREE WILL Sidney Morgenbesser
ASYLUMS Erving Goffman
Store Hours 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Saturday 9:00 A.M. to 12:00
Campus Shop & Bookstore

Instead, corpsmen will receive
special sex instruction as part of
the regular Job Corps curriculum.
Ernest Gross, the corps public
relations director, said sex in instruction
struction instruction will begin on a pilot
basis sometime early next year
with general instruction later.

i See Dream Diamond Bings only at
these Authorized Art Carved Jewelers
Bartow CITY J.EWELKY STORE
Belle Glade GOLDEN CHARM
JEWELERS
Cocoa WILLIAM BAILEY
Coral Gables CARROLLS
JEWELERS
Daytona Beach HEILS JEWELERS
Fort Lauderdale CARROLLS
JEWELERS
Fort Lauderdale LORDS JEWELRY
CO.
Fort Lauderdale PRJBBLE'S
JEWELRY STORE
Fort Walton Beach VANDERGRIFF
JEWELERS
Gainesville RUTHERFORDS INC,
Hialeah MAYORS JEWELRY
Hollywood MAYORS JEWELRY
Hollywood BILLY ROSE
Homestead FISCHER & SON
Jacksonville UNDERWOOD
JEWELERS
Key West BEACHCOMBERS
JEWELERS
Miami LITTLE RIVER JEWELRY
CO.
Miami MAYORS JEWELRY
Miami PONNS JEWELERS
Perry WELLS JEWELRY
Panama City ARMSTRONG
JEWELRY CO.
Plantation JACKSONS-BYRONS
FINE JEWELRY
Pompano Beach JACKSONS
BYRONS FINE JEWELRY
St. Augustine PHINNEY JEWELRY
St. Petersburg BOND JEWELERS
Tallahassee VASON JEWELERS
Tampa ADAMS-MAGNON JEWELERS
Tampa BECKWITH-RARIGE
JEWELRY CO.
Titusville JAY BEE JEWELERS
Vero Beach DUBOSE JEWELRY
CO., INC.
Wauchula R. H. HERR JEWELERS
West Palm Beach KRAUSS JEWELRY
Winter Haven FREEMANS JEWELRY



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FROM UF VENDING MACHINFS

Five And A Ha If Miles Os Chanae

Would you believe that the change
poured into vending machines at
the UF during one year would form
a five and one-half mile stack of
nickels, dimes and quarters?
The $500,000 gross from vending
machines on the campus amounts
to approximately S2O per year per
person on the University campus campusincluding
including campusincluding students, faculty and
staff.
The stack of coins would reach
186 times higher than the 157.4-

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foot Century Towera campus
landmark and would be 176 times
as high as the 11-story S eagle
Building, tallest structure in
Gainesville.
Vending machines supply such
things as soft drinks, candy, ciga cigarettes,
rettes, cigarettes, milk, sandwiches, fruit
juice, chewing gum, coffee, hot
chocolate and other snack items.
There are 350 machines on cam campus
pus campus now; only 15 years ago there
were none. It takes 11 men to

supply me machines, plus repair repairmen
men repairmen to keep them in operation.
The life" of a machine aver averages
ages averages about six or seven years.
lachines are reconditioned and
painted while the students are on
vacation during the latter part of
the summer.
The universitys share of the
vending machine income amounts
to $89,000 a year. Four vend vending
ing vending companies have contracts
for doing business on the campus.
Christmas Fair
Sale Extended
v
Florida Unions International
Christmas Fair Sale of import imported
ed imported and unusual items has
been extended through Friday.
It is being held in the Social
Room of Fla. Union, 1- 9 p.m.
daily. The Fair allows you to buy
unusual Christmas gifts of import imported
ed imported merchandise at reasonable
prices.

Thursday, December 1, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

The contracts are given by bids.
The university deposits its share
in a central campus concession
account and distribution is made to
the Florida Union Food Service,
S hands Teaching Hospital and the
Campus Shop and Bookstore, based
on income from machines located
in each area.
For example, the fund is used
for such items as Glee Club trips,
Homecoming expenses, band uni uniforms,
forms, uniforms, luncheons and dinners, ex exhibitions
hibitions exhibitions and collections, con conferences,
ferences, conferences, meetings and the salary
of the vending machine manager.
Steve Johnson, vending machine
manager on campus, said the oper operation
ation operation has been contracted by bid
since 1956. He said there is a
great potential for vending on the
campus, especially with the ever everincreasing
increasing everincreasing enrollment.

Campus Bookstore
/Moving Into Hub
Bv JUSTINE HARTMAN
Alligator Staff Writer
The Hub, which now lies vacant and deserted, will soon become
an extension of the Campus Shop and Bodkstore.
The necessary changes in the building, which will also pro provice
vice provice offices for university personel upstairs in the former ban banquet
quet banquet rooms, will be completed in about three months, according
to William E. Elmore, assistant UF business manager.
The Hub lost money consistently, Elmore said, citing the
main reason why the Hub was closed. It was just not a popular
place for the evening meal and so it never paid off, he continued.
We have speculated that students usually go somewhere they
can do something besides just eat if they leave the dorm area
for dinner at night, he said.
When UF decided to accept a bid from a private food contractor
to take ovet food service, it was required to show its operat operating
ing operating units and operating costs. It was obvious the Hub was losing
money. UF was able to obtain a better bid from Servomation,
the present food contractor, because the Hub was closed, Elmore
explained.
The closing of the Hub was done in view of the fact that the
new Union, which is late being finished, would provide a dining
room, snack bar and banquet halls, Elmore said.

WSA Judiciary Members Chosen

Four girls were selected for
seats on the judiciary committee
of Womens Student Association
recently.
Out of the 18 applicants, Ann
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Opening
Night
For Players
The Florida Players pro production
duction production of Benet's John Brown's
Body opened Wednesday even evening
ing evening at Norman Hall Auditorium.
The play, adapted from the
epic poem of the Civil War
by Dr. Gil Lazier, Assistant
Professor of Theatre, features
Jerry Rhodes, Jim Richardson
and Carol Nurenberg in the lead
roles.
Curtain time tonight is 7:30 p.m.
the show will run through Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, with 8:00 p.m. performances
on Friday and Saturday and 2:00
p.m. matinees on Saturday and
Sunday.
Tickets are 25 at the Union box office, 12:30
till 4:30 and at the door.
UF Artists Holding
Yule Art Exhibit
Original Christmas art creat created
ed created by UF faculty and students
of the department of art is being
displayed during the annual
Art for Christmas exhibition.
The exhibition opened Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday in the department's Teach Teaching
ing Teaching Gallery and runs through
Dec. 23.
Items on display Include paint paintings,
ings, paintings, drawings, ceramics, photo photographs,
graphs, photographs, prints and sculpture.

Lavender, Jennings Hall, Connie
Adams, off campus, Becky
Pierce, Chi Omega and Kathy
Maxfield, Mallory Hall, were
chosen as regular members of
the board.
In case of an absentee, three
alternates were selected. They
are Hazel Baskst, Delta Phi
Epsilon, Brenda Dickens, Delta
Delta Delta and Judy Rosen Rosenberger,
berger, Rosenberger, Zeta Tau Alpha.
LAW DAMES MEETING
There will be a Law Dames
meeting next Tuesday at 8 p.m.
at the home of Mrs. Frank Maloney.
Maeiity Life insurance
iSSSfIi

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i, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, December 1. 1966

The Florida Alligator
'A Mtgyify L Ow Rmm.PCu4 = ll'M.'
EDDIE SEARS ROB MENAKER STEVE HULL
Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor
ANDY MOOR DICK DENNIS
Editorial Editor Sports Editor
Opinions of columnists do not uecessaniy reflect the
editorial viewpoint of the Alligator. The only official
voice of the Alligator staff is the editorial in the left
column.
Poor Decision
In all honesty, we think that the recent
decision of the Board of Student publi publications
cations publications not to accept advertising from the
Charlatan was a poor one.
The boards policy of reviewing appli applications
cations applications to advertise by publications was
started for one purpose, one hardly con consistent
sistent consistent with the American ideals of free
speech and free enterprise, that purpose
is to diminish competition.
Off-campus magazines have, since the
Old Orange Peel, usually managed to
beat the pants off., any University-owned
publication in every possible way that
counts at the bank. They sell more copies,
get more advertising and, by sometimes
less-than-ethical ways, attract more at attention.
tention. attention.
Release -a University publication,
financed by student funds, with huge
amounts of advertising in the Alligator
and sales stands all over campus -- sold
under 1500 copies and contained prac practically
tically practically no advertising. Charlatan -- which
is not allowed to advertise or sell on
campus -- outsells this by a fantastic
amount and contains about six times as
much advertising.
Charlatan, admittedly, irritates Uni University
versity University officials, another reason why the
board might not want to let it advertise.
This policy of the board is nothing
more than a weak excuse to stifle com competition
petition competition and free speech. It is not applied
to national magazines wanting to advertise
in the Alligator nor, for that matter,
would it be applied to any other publi publication.
cation. publication.
Because of this discrimination, the
boards decision was a poor one.
Not Enough Planning
The University is always looking for forward
ward forward to the future. .growth, expansion,
increasing this and adding to that, rumble rumblerumble,
rumble, rumblerumble, build, tear down, build bigger,
widen, expand always planning for the
future, were told.
That was why we were particularly im impressed
pressed impressed by the new high-rise dormitories
currently under construction on campus.
These fine buildings will accommodate
800 upper division and graduate students--
400 men and 400 women. .they will have
air conditioning, kitchen facilities,
recreational facilities and plenty of study
space. .not. to mention parking for 200
cars.
Wed prefer not to mention the parking
spaces but we must. The idea of providing
only 200 spaces for 800 students is
incredible, especially considering that
these will be upper division students
and thus more likely to have automobiles.
We realize that there are construction
problems, but providing parking space
for only about a fourth of the possible
number of automobiles will do nothing
but aggravate them. If the University
is really interested in solving its parking
difficulties, it might start by using enough
foresight not to cause new ones.

SPEAKING OUT -
Why Im Not A Liberal

By FRANS THIJSSEN
The recent persecution of Col.
Boaz has once again demonstra demonstrated
ted demonstrated why politicians like John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Napoleon, Khrushchev, and
de Gaulle (forgive my mention mentioning
ing mentioning them in one breath) acquire
such great distinction in History:
if the average 7AS intellectual
proves to lack the most basic
political common sense, what in
Anybodys holy name can we ex expect
pect expect from the masses?
Peter C. H. Pritchard, 7AS, has
now published his political creed,
Why Ive Decided To Be Lib Liberal.
eral. Liberal. I have decided to pick on
Mr. Pritchard to demonstrate my
point, not because I am anti-lib anti-liberal,
eral, anti-liberal, but because its smart poli politicswhenever
ticswhenever politicswhenever you want both
sides to take you seriously and
personally gain in the bargain, pick
on the rebel, because you will ob obtain
tain obtain the backing of the power of the
authorities, and the rebel is forc forced
ed forced to take your attack seriously,
since he is relatively weak.
Now, to business.
My purpose is to demonstrate
that Mr. Pritchards political
opinions, as published in the
Alligator, are theoretically with without
out without foundation, and in practice
have the Boomerang Effect,
by virtue of being a concise course
in How To Influence People And
Make Enemies. The order will
be that of Mr. Pritchards letter
(which forces me to begin with
some relatively trifling matters).
When I arrived in this country
from England . I had no
strong political views . .
In the same breath Mr. Pritchard
proves that if he did not have
views, he certainly had pre prejudices:
judices: prejudices: ... I had been brought
up in an environment where most
people were reasonable, certain certainly
ly certainly those in charge were, and
I had come to take all this for
granted.
Disregarding the extreme im impracticality
practicality impracticality of making an unsup unsupported
ported unsupported statement in favor of Eng England
land England in this country, we note (1.)
that there is no succinct argument
that most people know of for the
hypothesis that the authorities
in England are more reason reasonable,
able, reasonable, and (2) that while the aver average
age average reader will not consciously
identify the irrationality of the
opening sentence, he will immedi immediately
ately immediately sense that its author is
just another Joe Blow Whos Got
a Gripe and from there on will
tend to take Mr. Pritchards poli politics
tics politics no more seriously than Mary
Worths psychology.
. . let me explain why I
have come out firmly associat associated
ed associated with the group of people known
as liberals, and why I excuse the
occasional immaturity and ever everenthusiasm
enthusiasm everenthusiasm of those people in the
light of their overwhelming moral
justification. At no point in the
letter does Mr. Pritchard actually
do this, except by registering a
number of complaints, the legiti legitimacy
macy legitimacy of which we will study short shortly.
ly. shortly.
Let me also explain why I
have been forced to have little
respect for the established forces
of law and order in this country,
and have almost, though not quite,
come to sympathize with a friend
of mine who promises he will hold
a party the next time he hears
of a policeman being shot.
Your friend is stupid to say
such a thing, but you are insane
to publish it! Consider how you,
a 7AS, would react if j. Edgar
Hoover announced that he would
hold a party every time a liberal
were shot, and then consider
the average policemen who is not
equipped with your intellectual
powers, and would admit it if
you didnt make such an ... of
yourself! Secondly, at no point do
you explain your lack of respect
for the established forces of law

and order in the U. S, except,
again, by registering two com complaints,
plaints, complaints, the legitimacy of which we
will study presently.
First, the Cuban girl. Assuming
that you are aware of the fact
that the United States is in involved
volved involved in a cold war with the
Soviet Union, and that regard regardless
less regardless of the justification of it,
the circumstance of it requires
the use of all weapons short of
war, you should not be surprised
that the FBI . . harassed her
with unpleasant and personal
questions, and asked me several
leading questions calculated to
undermine my belief in any anything
thing anything she had ever told me. ..
and . . acted with devilish
efficiency .
You then go on to claim that
they were ... following up a lead
which intuition should have told
them was nonsensical. Before I
go further you may have details
which you have not spelled out in
your letter, but I must go by what
you claim to be sufficient grounds
for your assertions.
I do not understand why intui intuition
tion intuition should have told them that
the lead was nonsensical. In the
first place it is a well-known
fact that both the Soviet Union and
the United States have agents all
over the world. Second, if she was
a suspicious character, and espec especially
ially especially if she knew the man in the

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Caymans (you do not specify this)
he was a definite lead to police
eyes. Third, if she was a good
spy she wouldn't tell you about
it, and fourth, that there would
be no ignorant. .specify the
location of the transferal of secret
information. I must emphasize
TlTe that these secret service
lads and ladies (both USSR and US)
are experts at devising original
decoys, because their lives depend
on it. Again, I do not know your
lady, and hence can judge only by
the details of your letter.
Conclusion: the FBI did not
molest you or your .. be beyond
yond beyond provocative questioning,
and in view of the urgency of their
job this cannot be questioned on
legal or moral grounds, and only
on grounds, of Ignorance, or (as
Col. Boaz might say) of Com Communist
munist Communist sympathy.
Second, the partially Negro girl.
I categorically condemn the
action of the thugs and of the for forgetful
getful forgetful police-officer, as you re reported
ported reported it. However, equally cate categorically
gorically categorically I deny your right to
base upon this your libera liberalism"
lism" liberalism" and lack of respect for
established law and order. You do
not (1) REPORT AN English of officer's
ficer's officer's reaction to a question of
integration in a nation which barred
(SEE CONSERVATIVE PAGE 5)



[ Lampoon
Misprinted
EDITOR:
Due to a misprint, my lam lampoon
poon lampoon of Mr. Ed Ball had
him praying instead of
braying. I apologize to any anyone
one anyone offended by this mis mistake.
take. mistake.
One of Mr. Balls companies
was forced to pay a huge sum
in back taxes. Mr. Ball and
H. L. Hunt belong to Amer Americas
icas Americas cornball conservative
National Liberation Front:
they would liberate them themselves
selves themselves from proper re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility to this great
country.
MIKE COLLINS
-
Conservative
(FROM PAGE 4)
West Indians for obviously racial
reasons, (2) note that a police policeofficer
officer policeofficer is really only a cog in
the wheel (in contrast to Eich Eichmann),
mann), Eichmann), (3) make the most ele elementary
mentary elementary distinctions between a
police-officer, . .the right-wing
in this country (a group in which
I include segregationists and al also
so also the police force and FBI), and
the .established forces of
law and order. ., and (4)
specify what you mean by liberal liberalism,
ism, liberalism, except that beardism which
Col. Boaz can so easily accuse you
of because you are ignorant enough
to ally yourself with such a ne nebulous
bulous nebulous category.
You bring your ignorant letter,
which is so damaging to the real
liberal cause, to a close with the
following irrantionalism: If
the right wing in this country
(a group in which I include se segregationists
gregationists segregationists and also the police
and FBI) has to make its point
either by physical violence or by
withholding information, I dont
think that its point is worth mak making.
ing. making.
(1) There is nothing wrong with
either physical violence or with withholding
holding withholding information per se, and
therefore this' does not prove a
thing about the right wing except
that it has power; (2) Mr. Prit Pritchard,
chard, Pritchard, as a 7AS, ought to know
that physical violence was one
of the direct causes of the ar artistic
tistic artistic vitality of Athens, and (3)
that physical violence as defence
of fatherland was the sine qua non
which made possible the flowering
of all the great cultures this earth
has known.
I repeat that I have picked on
Mr. Pritchard only as example.
I might as well have taken Col.
Boaz, or other individuals who
exhibited their immediate ex excreta
creta excreta instead of taking the trouble
and responsibility of making a
consequential point. I repeat that
if anybody wants, to make any
political headway (which is the
desire of all those who gen genuinely
uinely genuinely love their cause), they
must exert themselves to make use
of their best faculties in doing so.
Doing that instinctually was the
only basic superiority of Athens
over modern America, and I re recommend
commend recommend that we be jealous of
that quality, to the point of ex excruciation.
cruciation. excruciation.

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A New Definition Os Black Power

EDITOR:
After reading Mr. Hersheys
letter on Black Power, I also
am compelled to respond. This
is because I am now doing a
research paper on SNCC. Neither
Mr. Morris nor Mr. Hershey
really attempted to define Black
Power (something I will attempt),
yet both felt qualified to discuss
it. You could say Black Power
is the dark side of White Power.
(In the case of Blue Key, it has
White Power because its members
have gotten together and have a
great deal of influence.)
Basically Black Power means,
Negroes organized on whatever
power bases available and using
this power to further their inter interests,
ests, interests, found in the June 27, 1966
issue of Newsweek.
The thing both Mr. Morris and
Mr. Hershey have overlooked con-

Pritchard Should Take Logic

EDITOR:
Peter C. H. Pritchard, 7 AS,
has judged the right-wing in
this country on the evidence of
two incidents:
First, his girl friend was in investigated
vestigated investigated by the FBI, which com compiled
piled compiled a dossier on her. Pritchard
apparently saw the dossier, be because
cause because his letter says he esti estimates
mates estimates its thickness at 50 pages.
However, it isnt likely that he
saw its contents; therefore, he has
no idea what evidence the FBI
had collected to fill the pages.
Second, some thugs gave him
a segregationist whack on the
head and the police failed to
find the culprits. Pritchard thinks
the cops covered up the evidence.
For these reasons, our visitor
from England has joined what
he believes are the liberals and
has condemned the right-wing and
minions of the lawwhich he lumps
together.
Yov Cant
Tell Time
By Chime
EDITOR:
For the past few weeks I have
noticed that the chimes in the Cen Century
tury Century Tower have been three min minutes
utes minutes slow. I feel that if we are
to have chimes every quarter hour,
at least they could be accurate.
Whoever is in charge of the chimes
should see to it that they are kept
at Eastern Standard Time, or at
least synchronized with class
bells. It is very annoying to hear
9:45 chimes, and two minutes later
the 9:50 bell rings.
Ibis is a small matter, but
never-the-less an important one,
and I would appreciate it if the
Florida Alligator would see that
the proper authorities are
Informed, and this matter cor corrected.
rected. corrected.
AN INTERESTED STUDENT

cerning integration in schools is
that it is really only token inte integration.
gration. integration. A few Negroes are put
here and a few there to make the
white man feel he has done some something
thing something (ease his conscience) and to
make the black man think some something
thing something is finally being accomplished
while the great majority of poor
Negro children remain in schools
which are years behind ours,
and greatly inferior in teachers.
We have had a number of Civil
Rights bills passed in recent years,
yet Mississippi life for the Negro
is almost the same now as it
was 50 to 100 years ago. Whenever
a Negro attempts to register
to vote or demonstrate for equality
or more rights, he is fired by his
boss on the plantation, and kicked
off the plantation (Work, I might
add, that he only was paid $3
for a 10 hour day up to 1965

Our visitor needs to include in
his American education the Uni University
versity University Colleges fine course, CET
141-142, Effective Thinking (al (although
though (although he will receive no grad graduate
uate graduate credit, I fear).
Two unpalatable incidents do not
a political philosophy make. Using
our visitors logic, one might con conclude
clude conclude that all Englishmen are like
Pritchard. But we suspect quite
the contrarythat many are
logical, mature, clear-thinking

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Thursday, December 1, 1966, The Florida Alligator,

when SNCC helped organize the
workers into a union to strike for
more pay (Black Power?). I am
also quite sure Mr. Jenkins had
not done a character study of SNCC
workers prior to his statement.
However, since SNCC does not
screen its workers, there is
a chance that criminals, hood hoodlums,
lums, hoodlums, etc. might get in, but
I cant see them working as
hard as they do for $lO a week
(the salary of SNCC workers).
They even admit having a few
Communists working in the move movement.
ment. movement.
Concerning the quotes by the
NAACP leaders, et. al., in the
Christian Century of Aug. 10
the Rev. Andrew Young, Kings
right hand man, said Actually,
SNCCs position on Black Power
isnt too far from ours except
in style and semantics.

individuals who are not ready
to espouse whatever philosophy
seems most cogent in 16 months
time, but who prefer to make a
thorough study and careful deli deliberation
beration deliberation before making any de decision
cision decision about a problem so complex
as liberalism vs. the right rightwing.
wing. rightwing.
Some U. S. citizens are still pon pondering
dering pondering it!
NAME WITHHELD

Also you quoted out of context
on Carmichael's statement about
"bringing this country to its
knees" add "when it messes
with a black man." We used bur
power in WW II to bring Germany
to its knees when it "messed"
with us. Because SNCC is open to
Communist influence and domina domination,
tion, domination, and because of some of its
actions, many sympathetic whites
have turned away from the civil
rights movement. In this manner
I feel SNCC has hurt the move movement.
ment. movement.
But, as I have discovered through
my reading, it has helped the Ne Negro
gro Negro to organize and take what is
rightfully his in those parts of the
nation where it has been denied
and will be As long as he doesn't
take it. Other minority groups
through the history of the U.S. have
done thp same, as the Irish in
Boston, or the Italians in New York
to cite a few. I feel the Negro
will reach his sought for equality
and be respected when he takes
what is rightly his because our
society respects and accepts as
equal any individual or group which
stands on its own feet and stands
up to corruptness and takes
what it rightly should have.
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apartment, 378-3878. (C-60-lot-c)
NEED ONE ROOMMATE to
share luxurious apartment with
three guys S4O a month, Fre Fredericks
dericks Fredericks Apartments, Call Howard
or Larry at 378-6774. (C-60-st-c)
WANTED: FEMALE roommate to
share choice poolside one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment at University Gar Gardens.
dens. Gardens. $65 per month plus 1/2
utilities. Available Jan. Ist. Call
Marearet. 378-5431. (C-61-3t-D).
ed needed for two bedroom, 1 l/2 bath
French Quarter apartment. Con Contact
tact Contact Ben at 378-3449. (C-63-st-c)
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to
share studio apartment. S4O plus
1/2 utilities. Call Paula 376-
3261 ext. 2601 or 376-1131 (C-63-
st-c)
WANTED
One Male Room mate to share suave
Apt. with three others for com coming
ing coming trimester, at Frederick Gar Gardens.
dens. Gardens. Heated pool. Radiant heat.
Wall to wall carpeting. S4O month.
Call 378-6306 (C-62-3t-p)
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NEWSPAPER subscrip subscrippartime,
partime, subscrippartime, male or female,
al commission. 372-7500

'TIME EVENINGS 6-9p.m.
anent position, attractive
young lady with regular drivers
license required. Car necessary.
Must be neat and have ability
to meet people. Call Mr. Brittle
f interview, 372-1447
Legal secretary needed immedi immediately.
ately. immediately. Must be proficient in short shorthand
hand shorthand and typing. Send resume to
Managing Partner, Post Office
Drawer O, Gainesville, Florida.
(E-56-ft-c)
PART TIME
Young lady for survey work, 9a.m.
to 1 p.m. Car necessary. Perma Permanent
nent Permanent position. Call Mr. Brittle
for interview, 372-1447. (E-61-
3t-c)
autos
1963 VW, clean, mechanical sound,
radio and heater, SB9O. original
owner. 378-3886 (G-63-st-c)
1964 CHEVY 2 Nova Super Sport.
Good condition, some equity and
assume payments. Call 376-3143:
after 5:30 p.m. (G-61-st-c).
FOR SALE: 1961 4 door Ford,
good condition, good tires, $490.
376-9950 days or 378-2000 nights.
(G-62-st-c)
FOR SALE 1951 Dodge 4 door,
good running condition, clean,
well painted, excellent tires,
$125. Call 378-1266 after 5 p.m.
(G-62- 3t-p)
1961 FORD FALCON, Four Fourdoor,
door, Fourdoor, stick, radio. Leaving town,
must sell. Best offer. George
Glass, 117 N.W. 15th St., 376-6203
(G-62- 3t-p)
NEED WHEELS? 1960 Falcon
- Good mechanical shape, Radio
& Heater, Standard Transmis Transmission,
sion, Transmission, Good tires, A Steal at
$225. Call: 372-9260 (G-62-3t-p)
1964 THUNDERBIRD converti convertible.
ble. convertible. All power, and extras,
air conditioned, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Call 376-4694 before
5 p.m. and 378-4379 after 5 p.m.
(G-60-st-c)
1963 FORD, two door, V-8, extra
good tires and paint, real clean
only $750. Student must sell,
372-3251 after 6 p.m. (G-56-lot-c)
1961 Chevrolet, $495; 1962 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Convertible, $1,095; 1966
Chevrolet, $2,195; 1964 Falcon,
$995. Call Dave Bowman, 376-
7581, ext. 48. (G-61-st-c).
1962 RENAULT DAUFHINE De Deluxe,
luxe, Deluxe, with radio and heater. $395
or best offer. See at 1031 NE 12th
Ave. or call 376-1919. (G-63-st-p)
1962 Ford Fairland Sport coupe,
bucket seats, automatic trans transmission.
mission. transmission. V-8, radio and heater,
good mileage, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, only $695. 376-8156, 1108 NE
15th Place (G-63-st-c)
1965 GTO CONVERTIBLE, yel yellow,
low, yellow, four speed transmission,
positraction 389,400 horsepower,
Tri-carbs, Call 376-2757.
(G-63-st-c)
FOR SALE: 1963 Ford Galaxie
>; stick shift, low mileage, excel excelent
ent excelent condition, $695. 372-9311
rulee Hall, Room 172 (G-63-st-p)

autos
1961 COMET, 4 door, air con conditioned,
ditioned, conditioned, heater, good condition.
Must sell for best offer. Call
Mike 378-5146 (G-63-3t-c)
real estate
4 BEDROOM, two bath, three
year old concrete block hom,<
in excellent condition. Central
heat, air conditioner, fenced
back yard, paying closing cost
of approximately SIOO and take
up payments. Call 37201783(1-63-
.51-0
personal
FREE PUPPY, 10 weeks old, very
friendly, very attractive. 1011
NW 3rd Ave. (J-63-lt-p)
ATTENTION: All Sharp Coeds!
Lewis Sollenberger has pur purchased
chased purchased his corvette. Heh Heh
Heh Heh. (J-63-lt-p)
FLAMENCO Guitarist Richard
Priest at Winnjammer, 520
SW 2nd Ave. Every Thursday night.
9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. (J-62-
4.1=0
PASSENGERS WANTED to Wash Washington
ington Washington D. C., Phily;, or points
enroute for Christmas vacation.
Save money by helping me drive
instead of flying. Door to door
S2O each way. Call Hill el Segal
between 10 p.m. and 12 p.m.
at 372-9341. (J-62-st-p)
lost-found
LOST Dark green plaid rain
jacket in Graham area, if found
return to Graham area Office. (L (L---63-3t-iO
--63-3t-iO (L---63-3t-iO
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LOST ENGLISH pointer, 10 months
old, white with brown spots.
Lost in vicinity of Fraternity
row and Corry Village. REWARD.
Call 376-6096 or 376-9235.
(L-62- 3t-c)
LOST Green wallet important
indentification. PLEASE return,
no questions asked, Call 376-
9176. (L-63-3t-p)
services
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IN A HURRY? PASSPORTS,
APPLICATIONS, CHILDRENS
PHOTOS, COMMERCIALS AND
SPECIAL PROBLEMS. WEST WESTLEY-ROOSEVELT
LEY-ROOSEVELT WESTLEY-ROOSEVELT STUDIOS,
372-0300, 909 NW 6th Street.
(M-52-10t-c)
WILL CARE for child in my
home. Mon Fri. 7 a.m. 6 p.m.
378-5466. (M-62-3t-c)
PORTUGUESE CLASS: Individual
$3.00; group of two $2.00; group
of three $1.75; group of four $1.50.
Call 376-4712 (M-62-2t-p)
SEE Hide n* Chic for your Hol Holiday
iday Holiday Hair Happenings. Falls S3O
and up. Hair pieces, wigs, wiglets,
styling service. 1013 W. Univer University
sity University Ave. 372-1189. (M-63-st-c)
BRACE yourself for a thrill
the first time you use Blue Lus Lustre
tre Lustre to clean rugs. Rent electric
shampooer sl. Lowry Furni Furniture
ture Furniture Co. (M-63-lt-c)
& .
MEMBERSHIP is now available
in the Triangle Flying .Club.
Unlimited use of four place
plane for $4.00 per hour upon
obtaining membership. Call 372-
3353 or 378-2431 (M-63-3t-c)

STARTING THURSDAY

SEC Hoop Season Opens,
Kentucky Again Favored

(SEE PART TWO FRIDAY)
BIRMINGHAM As the 1966
football season closes, the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference swings into
basketball action with eight of the
ten SEC teams squaring off with
opening opponents Thursday, Dec.
1. A ninth tips off on Friday and
defending champion Kentucky en enters
ters enters the arena Saturday.
Tennessee entertains the Big
Ten champion, Michigan, at Knox Knoxville
ville Knoxville Thursday while Vanderbilt
faces the Ohio Valley champion,
Western Kentucky, at Bowling
Green. Also on the first night of
December Alabama is host to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville (Ala.) State, Florida to
Jacksonville (Fla.) University,
Georgia to Sewanee and LSU to
SE Louisiana while Miss. State
meets NE Louisiana at Monroe,
La.
Aubfirn catches The Citadel at
Charleston, S.C. Ole Miss opens
the season in a tournament, the
Magnolia Classic at Jackson, with
Millsaps, Belhaven and Miss. Col College
lege College Friday and Saturday.
Kentucky unveils the 1967 Wild Wildcats
cats Wildcats Saturday at Lexington against
the University of Virginia while
five other SEC teams are playing
their second game. Dec. 3 Florida
is at Miami, LSU at Tampa and
Ole Miss in the tournament at
Jackson while Tennessee hosts SW
Louisiana and Vanderbilt hosts
SMU.
The team rated number one in the
nation last year by both the AP and
UPI polls, Kentucky, is generally
regarded the favorite for the 1967
championship. Miss. State, which
numbered Vanderbilt and Tenne Tennessee
ssee Tennessee among its upset victims in
*66, is proposed as the chief con contender.
tender. contender. Florida is strong enough
to challenge for the top while
Vandy and the Volunteers are both
tough enough to make or break the
title aspirations of others.
In order of the 1966 finish,
here is a brief prospectus of the
67 teams:
KENTUCKY returns three of the
five starters who were tagged
Rupps Runts last year on the
way to the NCAA finals, All-
Americans Pat Riley and Lou Dam Dampier
pier Dampier plus the '66 sophomore sur-
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prise, Thad Jaracz. They are
missing, however, the duo of play playmakers
makers playmakers who enabled the runts
to slice up the giants, Larry Conley
and Tommy Kron.
Coach Adolph Rupp, basketballs
number one coach for more sea seasons
sons seasons than anyone else, is working
6-3 junior Tommy Porter and 6-1
Bob Tallent into a unit with 6-0
Dampier, 6-3 Riley and 6-5 Jar Jaracz.
acz. Jaracz. Tallent played in 18 of the
Wildcats 29 games last year and
Porter in only 14. Rupp is hoping
6-8 Cliff Berger will breakthrough
and give the team the height they
need as a starter rather than num number
ber number six man, as in66. Senior Gene
Stewart, junior Gene LeMaster
and sophomore Phil Argento may
help also.
Riley and Dampier are the two
top scorers returning to SEC play,
with averages of 21.9 and 21.1
respectively, and Jaracz is ninth
best at 13.6. Riley and Jaracz
are also among the leagues top
ten rebounders.
Vanderbilt which placed #2 in
the SEC and #8 in the nation in
1966 after winning the confer conference
ence conference and getting nipped by Michi Michigan
gan Michigan in the NCAA in 65 suffers
heavy losses with the graduation
of Concensus All-American Clyde
Lee, All-SEC Keith Thomas and
Ron Green from the starting line lineup
up lineup and the SECs top #6 man Wayne
Calvert. Senior guard Jerry South Southwood
wood Southwood and junior forward Bo Wyen Wyenandt
andt Wyenandt are standards for the re regrouping
grouping regrouping this 67 squad must do.
Coach Roy Skinner depends on
6-7 senior Kenny Gibbs to take
Lees place with 6-4 junior Bob
Warren with 6-4 Wyenandt at the
forwards and either 6-2 sopho sophomore

Athletic Ability Unnoticed?
Join The Independents

Note to Monday- morning
quarterbacks: is your athletic
prowess going unnoticed because
you arent attached to a frater fraternity
nity fraternity or dormitory and cant play
intramurals?
Dont give up. Theres a third
intramural league you may not
know about.
Organize your roommates. Grab
a few guys out of your physical
education class. Throw together a
team and go see Paul Varnes

more sophomore Tom Hagan or 6-0 senior
Kenny Campbell with the 6- 2 South Southwood
wood Southwood at guard. Southwood is one
of the SECs sharpest playmakers
and Wyenandt is #lO among the
returning scorers. Hagan may
prove one of the leagues top
sophs.
Miss. State gave the strongest
teams in the SEC all they could
handle in 1966 with a squad which
was primarily junior and sopho sophomores.
mores. sophomores. They are certain to be
stronger for 67, having lost only
one man, clutch guard Paul Smith.
If the Bulldogs develop consis consistency,
tency, consistency, they will be in the title
picture.
Coach Joe Dan Gold has 6-7
junior Dave Williams, the #3
scorer (19.7 average) and the #2
rebounder (10.2) returning to SEC
action as the ace, Gary Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, 6-3 guard, is the 12th leading
scorer, with 12 per game, though
primarily a defensive man, and
another senior, 6-4 John Sapen,
is 18th at 9.4.
Charlie Crews, 6-7, and Herbie
Biggs, 6-9, round out the height
pretty well. Senior guard Buddy
Walden will start with Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, though only 6 ft. even. Sopho Sophomores
mores Sophomores Chuck Wade, 6-5, Manny
Washington (brother to Gary), 6-
4, and Glenn Harley, 6-6, make this
an unusually strong squad.
Tennessee has a new look in
personnel due to the loss of four
of the first six players off the
1966 team, but the trademark of
aggressive defense and skilled
conservative shooting has rubbed
off on the men moving into starting
positions and the Volunteers will
have a strong say about who wins
the 1967 championship.

the Intramural Departments grad graduate
uate graduate intramurals manager. He'll
sign you up in the Independent Lea League
gue League and youll be on your way.
Any group of students not in a
fraternity or a dormitory is eli eligible
gible eligible to form a team and join the
Independent Intramurals Lea League.
gue. League. Pick a manager and a
name for the team, and the In Intramural
tramural Intramural Department does the
rest.
All a team has to do is show
up for the games,* Paul Varnes
graduate intramurals manager
said. We provide the equipment,
take care of the scheduling,
furnish the officials and ar arrange
range arrange for playing fields.
Many University of Florida clubs
enter teams in the Independent
League. Married students organize
teams. Off-campus living or organizations
ganizations organizations join the league. And
there are a few independent teams
who are just groups of students
who enjoy sports.
During the fall trimester, 33 of
the 165 teams who took part in
intramural football, basketball and
volleyball played in the Independent
League.
Registrations for winter tri trimester
mester trimester sports begin during the
first week of classes in January.
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