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Vol. 59, No. 70

REJECTED BY SUPREME COURT
Reapportionment Thrown Out

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The U. S. Supreme Court
threw out Floridas reapportionment plan Monday,
sending a special legislative session on constitu constitutional
tional constitutional revision into a tailspin less than two hours
after it convened.
- : - .
The House and Senate went into immediate recess
to determine whether it can take up anything other
than a new reapportionment session since the high
tribunal has made it ade facto body. f
Gov. Claude Kirk called for an immediate con conference
ference conference with legislative leaders to determine the
next step.
A group of Senate leaders, hinting that Atty.
Gen. Earl Faircloth was not convincing in defend defending
ing defending the reapportionment, urged that a re-hearing be

3 Frat Houses
Hit By Thieves
/
By NICK TATRO
* Alligator. Wire Editor
Three fraternity houses were robbed of over SI,OOO in stereo
and sound equipment over Christmas vacation.
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Epsilon Phi and Delta Chi were victims
of thieves who entered the houses without leaving any clue as to
how they entered, according to campus police.
SPE president Joe Martin said two amplifiers and a turn table
valued at $340 were taken from the downstairs recreation room
sometime during the vacation. He said the brothers returned to find
the window by the back door open and the equipment gone.

Grades Late;
Registration
'Much Easier
By GEORGE DuFOUR
Alligator Staff Writer
Registration had a new look
this term. Most students noticed
the disappearance of long waiting
lines (the studeht bank being an
exception). For a change one IBM
card sufficed. And for the first
time in years - grades were
late.
Grades which had been expected
the week before Christmas didnt
arrive until after the New Year.
We regret the delay in mail mailing
ing mailing out grades, but we were un undergoing
dergoing undergoing a computer con conversion,*
version,* conversion,* Registrar Richard
Whitehead, stated.
This computer conversion is in
harmony with changes already af affected
fected affected and those still to come. The
program evolving is one which will
continue to allow the student to
plan his own schedule and at the
same time, increase the use of
computers.
Concerning projected enroll enrollment
ment enrollment at UF Whitehead said the
new ceiling of 25,000 students
will probably be reached by the
fall of 1971.
To handle this increased enroll enrollment
ment enrollment as well as the stepped up
pace of the quarter system the
Registrars office is introducing
a computer assisted program.

He also said police were invest investigating
igating investigating license plates of five un unauthorized
authorized unauthorized vehicles loitering in the
vicinity over the vacation. The in investigating
vestigating investigating officer was not avail available
able available for comment.
AEP Brothers claim over SSOO
stolen in records, stereo and
speakers. They said the burglars
entered thru the side door which
was locked and chained. The
thieves entered the private rooms
of Bruce Levy, Steve Zack and
Steve Goldstein and took the sound
equipment.
As of Saturday this robbery was
not yet on police records.
According to Delta Chi brother
Don Turk, two record players
valued at SIBO and a tape re recorder
corder recorder were stolen from the house
sometime between Dec. 29 and
Jan. 4 from members.
Tom Harriott, Ronald Jones and
Robert Fullington. Fullington said
the thieves probably entered the
rooms thru vents on the bottom
of the doors which could be eas easily
ily easily removed. No one knew how
the robbers gained entrance to the
house itself.
Police said they had patrolled
the row every night of the va vacation
cation vacation but had found no evidence
thieves or of breaking and
entering. Both university and
fraternity officers discounted the
possibility of pranks from rival
fraternities.
The fraternities are covered
only for damages and not for
theft.
WERE NO. 1
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University of Florida, Gainesville

demanded in the U. S. Supreme Court with the Leg Legislature
islature Legislature represented by the most capable and
prestigous attorney available.
In Miami, attorney Daniel Paul, who has car carried
ried carried the challenge to present apportionment of the
Legislature through the courts, interpreted the de decision
cision decision a victory. But he said he knew no more than
what was read him from a UPI story. He said he
had not been able to find out from the Supreme
Court clerk in Washington the full details of the
decision and thus could not say whether the court
would accept a re-argument of the case.
The legal fight has now been won. However,
the fight for a small legislature has not, Paul
said. He called on citizens to let their elected
representatives know in unmistakable terms that they
will no longer tolerate legislative packing as a
substitute for fair reapportionment, and that they

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LIMBERING UP Helen Mc-
Ghee, called by some the
Grand Dame of Modern
Dance limbers in this un unusual
usual unusual multi-exposure shot for
her performance tonight in
University 'Auditorium. Her

UFs Building Boondoggle
FLORIDA UNION GRADUATE LIBRARY

By STEVE HULL
Alligator Executive Editor
Friday the 13th this month may be a Black
Friday for officials of the Florida Union.
On this date, the new $3.5 million Florida Union
is scheduled to be completed so that finishing
touches can get the Union for opening in early
March.
However, this is the fourth time a finishing
deadline has been granted to the H. L. Cobel
Co., contractor for the Union. Orginally the Union
was scheduled to finish in Febuary 1966. The date
was extended to August, then again by the Board
of Regents for Dec. 1.
William Rion, director of the Florida Union,
is being plaqued by the building delay and be believes
lieves believes it will be a miracle if the contractors
finish by the 13th.
The contractors have been very cooperative
with me, but the main reason for the delay is
an acute labor shortage Rion stated. Sub-con Sub-contractors
tractors Sub-contractors are not able to acquire enough workers
when they are needed.
Tentative 4>lans now call for the completion of
the Union by early March. There has been no
announced date on final opening of the Florida Union
theater, where Florida Players will present theat theatical
ical theatical productions.

See Editorial

Tuesday, January 10, 1967

insist on a smaller, more economic House and Se Senate.
nate. Senate.
The present 48-senator, 117-representative align alignment
ment alignment of the Legislature was the one the court set
aside.
The House was involved in committee meetings
when Senate President Verle Pope read from the
Senate rostrum a United Press International bulle bulletin
tin bulletin and story that the high court had ruled the Leg Legislature
islature Legislature illegal because it had not followed the strict
one man, one vote court mandate in reapport reapportioning
ioning reapportioning its membership.
The Supreme Court could not have understood
our reapportionment and ruled that way, said Pope.
Others agreed, including Sen. John Mathews Jr.,
Jacksonville Democrat, and Republican Sen. C. W.
Young of Pinellas Park.
(SEE REAPPORTIONMENT PAGE 2)

performance is being sponsored
by the Fine Arts Committee of
the Florida Union Board and co cosponsored
sponsored cosponsored by the Department of
Physical Education and Health.
Curtain goes up at 8:15 p.m.

Page 4

By AGGIE FOWLES
Alligator Staff Writer
The new Graduate Research Library is in the
process of being finished and checked out but
nobody knows w h en the library will be open.
A source at the Main Library said most of
the staff librarians were out of town. Those that
are here would not comment.
The library staff unable to move into the Re Research
search Research Library between trimesters as original originally
ly originally planned. However, a library information bull bulletin
etin bulletin explains that all books within the library
have been relocated in order to facilitate the move
which will, take place later in the trimester.
t* *
College Library and Latin America collections
are being developed.
Stacks presently are opened to all students.
Perry says he thinks the library will be mov moved
ed moved shortly, but Director of Libraries Stanley West
was not available for comment.
A great deal of material has already been mov moved
ed moved into the Research Library, Perry said.
Some confusion has been caused by the moving
delay. One student looked for a periodical, which
was always right there, for two hours. Students
have cited two, three and four hour searches in
previously familiar territory.



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!, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, January 10, 1967

LSD Raid
Nets 3 UF
Employes
Four persons, three of them
UF employes, were arrested here
Dec. 6 and charged with the il illegal
legal illegal sale and possession of
LSD.
Arrested were: Sergio Abreu,
22, 317 SE 9th St.; Kerry Mul Mulford,
ford, Mulford, 21, 131 NW 9th Ter., Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Yoeman, 20, 1406 NW sth
Ave.; and Robert Davis, 22, 301
E. University Avenue.
The three UF employes arres arrested
ted arrested all worked at the health cen center.
ter. center. Abreu and Yoeman worked
as laboratory assistants and Mul Mulford
ford Mulford was employed as an orderly.
Davis was unemployed at the
time of his arrest.
The four were seized in a raid
by city, county, state and federal
law enforcement officers at the
Pub, a tavern and eatery at 921
W. University Ave.
A deputy in the Alachua County
Sheriffs office, who asked that
he not be directly quoted, said
Saturday that there have been no
further arrests. He said that to
the best of his knowledge all four
persons arrested in December
have been released on bond and
are awaiting a court hearing.
The four arrests followed an
intensive investigation resulting
from numerous complaints to the
state attorneys office and the
sheriffs department concerning
the illegal traffic and use of drugs
in Gainesville.
Lt. R. E. Stanley of the sheriffs
office said the drug is not being
manufactured in Gainesville.

Reapportionment Out

(FROM PAGE 1)
It is the closest we could have
come in the Senate to strict pop population
ulation population selection of members with without
out without simply having an election with
all candidates to run statewide,
said Pope.
It is a horrible thing, he said.
House Speaker Ralph Turlington
said he felt the reapportionment
formula struck down by the court
could be brought up to court re requirements
quirements requirements with a minimum of
changes.
There are only two real stumbl stumbling
ing stumbling blocks, he said, in the way of
one man, one vote, and those
are a number of big senatorial
districts, one in North Florida and
one in south- Central Florida.
But Pope and others said they
felt the mathematical imperfect imperfections
ions imperfections were in the House rather than
Senate.
The Senate, before the court
dropped its bombshell, had taken
a surprise slap at Republican Gov Governor

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Kirk Says State
Legislature Valid

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Gov.
Claude Kirk, Atty. Gen. Earl Fair Faircloth
cloth Faircloth and legislative leaders said
Monday that Floridas legislature
is valid despite a U.S. Supreme
Court decision striking down the
48-senator, 117-representative
reapportionment plan under which
it was elected.
The state can and will justify
the population variances which led
the Supreme Court, in a stunning
action, to reverse a Miami fed federal
eral federal court decision that had up upheld
held upheld the reapportionment plan,
Faircloth said.
Faircloth said he will immed immediately
iately immediately petition the federal court
in Miami for a chance to offer
evidence to justify House and Sen Senate
ate Senate districts which the high court
said did not meet the one man,
one vote standard.
While the legal avenue is fur further

ernor Governor Kirk, perhaps in retaliation
for his calling the special session
without consulting a single Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic legislative leader.
Before even organizing into a
constitutional revision session, the
Senate spent a little more than an
hour in confirming dozens of Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic appointments made during
the former Democratic adminis administration
tration administration of Haydon burns, but not
confirmed because no session
of the Legislature intervened be before
fore before he handed over the reins
to Kirk last Tuesday.
The confirmations included Mrs.
C. D. Pearce of Miami and Wood Woodrow
row Woodrow Darden of Titusville to the im important
portant important Board of Regents, W. D.
Copeland, Jacksonville, chair chairman
man chairman of the Game and Fish com commission
mission commission and a number of other
members of the Park Board and
Welfare Board.
At the request of Republicans,
six appointments were upheld for
further study-including assistant
State Attorney Roy Spear of St. Pet Petersburg.
ersburg. Petersburg.

ther further pursued, the legislature will
continue in session on constitu-g
tional revision.
Faircloth said in his opinion
the U.S. Supreme Court did not
rule the legislature unconstitution unconstitutional,
al, unconstitutional, but merely held that the state
had failed to justify the population
variances by sufficient evidence,
leaving the court no alternative
but to send it back for further
action.
In my opinion, the variances
can be justified, Faircloth said.
Kirk delivered a one-page joitot
statement following hours of closed
door conferences with Faircloth,
Senate President Verle Pope,
House Speaker Ralph Turlington,
Republican leaders Sen. C. W.
Young, Pinellas Park, and Rep.
Donald Reed, Palm Beach and
others.

But the Democrats showed they
could flex their muscles and carry
a strict partisan victory if the sit situation
uation situation arose.
In the only debate on the long
list of appointees up for confirma confirmation,
tion, confirmation, the Democrats outvoted the
Republicans 35-11.

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presentation, will be seen in five
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television channels following the
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1, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, January 10, 1967

The Florida Alligator
A
EDDIE SEARS 808 MENAKER STEVE HULL
Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor
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ANDY MOOR
Editorial Editor
Opinions of columnists do hoi necessarily reflect the
editorial viewpoint of the Alligator. The only official
voice of the Alligator staff is the editorial in the left
column.
Physical Fitness?
Alas, let us remove our hats for a min minute
ute minute of silent tribute. Beta Woods is no
more.
Over the holidays noble Beta Woods --
the standby location for an evening of
fun when nothing else was going on --
was stripped of its trees and surrounded
by a fence.
Cowards! Could you see Plants and
Grounds trying to box in Beta Woods while
the students were still here? Such an

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cycle or bicycle -- and drive down Radio
Road. In the car may we suggest the
speed limit of 20 m.p.h. One Drive down
the street and we know that not only will
those dear little tank traps across the
road help reduce your posterior -- but
we guarantee that the springs on your
car will be completely shot. So will
your car.
The biggest question is this is
Plants and Grounds really building a
Cross Campus Barge Canal? Cant you
see them floating those little blue trucks
down the canal on rafts!
Boondoggle
Progress is rearing its head in many
places on campus nowadays except when
it comes to building buildings.
The new Florida Union is so far be behind
hind behind its original completion date that we
have lost track of when it originally was
supposed to be finished.
The new Union is being completed from
the top down and hopes are high that it
will be ready for use by early March.
If finishing touches run as smoothly as
the rest of the work has gone, perhaps
the Class of 1970 will be able to use
the new Union.

outrage would never
have been allowed by
the loyal lovers of
the woods.
So, now that the
woods have been vio violated
lated violated its time to look
around for a new
roost. And say, theres
a nice patch of woods
right up the from
Beta Woods. We won wonde
de wonde r .....
While on the sub subject
ject subject of Plants and
Grounds* we are in indebted
debted indebted to those gent gentlemen
lemen gentlemen for their con con_
_ con_ ii
cern over physical
fitness. Their latest
invention -- Reducer
Road.
Reducer Road re replaces
places replaces Radio Road.
If you dont know
what we mean get
yourself a car -- or
better yet a motor-

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Kirk Keeps Tossing Bombs

By GENE NAIL
Editorial Assistant
Lots of jaws have b§en left hang hanging
ing hanging agape as Republican Gov.
Claude Kirk charged from the und underdog
erdog underdog gubernatorial candidate to a
few-weeks-old governor.
But he likes it.
Through not a showman like his

" Frankly, Governor Reagans Image Concerns
Me
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Campus Mirror
* By 808 MENAKER
Alligator Managing Editor
The Willis tori Cutoff

This is a story about the Will Williston
iston Williston Cutoff. No, not the road you
take when you want to go to Will Williston
iston Williston but the real honest to good goodness
ness goodness one. The names have been
changed to protect the guilty but
the facts essentially are true.
A few years ago Party X and
Party Y were engaged in a real
knock-down, drag-out type of cam campaign.
paign. campaign. Platforms hadn't come out
yet but the early campaign was
a fierce one.
Party X jump jumped
ed jumped the gun and
came out early
with its plat platform,
form, platform, which made
it look good. The
poor beleagured
backroom boys of M,,y*
Party Y were!
shook. Their plat platform
form platform was still at
the printers
in Williston. They MEN AKER
had to get theirs
out as soon as possible or they
were in real trouble.
This gave one of the politicos
of X Party a brainstorm; Why
not go down to Williston, where
the platform is printed, and some somehow
how somehow cause a power breakdown. This
would hold up the oppositions plat platform
form platform two to three days.
Not being one to rest on his

Republican counterpart in Cal California
ifornia California with whom he shares the
partys national policy-making
post, Kirk has set the stage for
a four-year tenure that should
really give Floridians a whirl.
As if Kirks surprising up upset
set upset over Robert King High after
practically no campaigning during
the last week before election day

laurels, he sped down to the rustic
little town ofWiliiston under cover
of night to perform his dastardly
deed.
With planning that put James
Bond to shame he snuck up on
the power transformer in Williston
and threw a chain over itcutting
off most of the electrical power
coming into the city.
Thus the legend of the great
Williston Cutoff was born. Need Needless
less Needless to say, the strategem worked.
X Party won a very close election,
perhaps due to the cutoff.
The leader of the fiasco is still
at school and is prominent in cam campus
pus campus politics, very prominent
indeed. Isn't it foolish what some
people will do in the silly game
of campus politics?
Short stuff . looks like there
will be three, possibly four, part parties
ies parties in the coming elections. Three
of these parties will offer serious
candidates for president while the
candidate of the fourth is very
serious about running but poses no
real threat. Thinks he's a regular
Jack the Giant Killer ... A big
girl politico is going around pro promising
mising promising political mayhem if she
doesn't get the Honor Court clerk
spot on somebody's platform.
Chances are she wont get it re regardless
gardless regardless of her ineffectual impre imprecations.
cations. imprecations.

was not enough to tell political
observers to beware, big bom bomber
ber bomber Kirk issued another notice
Dec. 23 when he told the press:
I have to be clear with you
that some things Pm going to
reserve for certain timing and for
clarity of presentation.
Its not that Pm withholding
anything in any fashion. It's just
that I think the people's business
is so serious that you don't cap capsulize
sulize capsulize it.
There's no point in talking
about it until Pm ready to move,
and Pm not going to.
... and Pm not going to.
Sticking by this statement to the
letter, Kirk has already thrown
enough bombs though in office
less than two weeksto keep state
politics in turmoil for months.
Look at a couple of his early
appointees.
A newsman and liberal Democrat
Don Meiklejohn was named State
Beverage Directorone of the
most powerful men in state govern government,'*
ment,'* government,'* as a past director de described
scribed described the position.
Next, the governor-elect
announced the appointment of Jay
W. Browna professional engi engineerto
neerto engineerto head up the Florida
State Highway department.
The top road board post is us usually
ually usually a U.S. Choice political
plum. Along with the appointment,
Kirk revealed plans to nameboard
members to staggered terms as
another effort to pull highway
building out of its of ten-abused
position in the political areafu*
But for our man Claude, who
has been the center of attention
for almost every woman in the
state ks rumors flew until Sunday
about his romance and possible
marriage, these bombs .were just
a start.
The biggest to dateno doubt
was tossed during the inaug inaugural
ural inaugural ceremony.
Kirk's call for an immediate
legislative session to send a new
constitution to Florida's voters
froze even House-Speaker Ralph
Turlington and Senate President
Verle Pope in their footsteps footstepsalmost
almost footstepsalmost leaving them speechless for
several days.
What could they say? Everyone
in the statewell, almost everyone
--agrees that the 1885 document
now bound as state law is some something
thing something akin to archaic.
Then there is the War-
On-Crime chief slaving for
a whopping sl-a-year. No one
even knows yet where that dollar
will come from.
For the benefit of all, a slight
definitive addition is sewn into
another statement made by the
Governor in December:
I have many messages
(BOMBS) coming. One is the
inaugural, one is the state of
the state and then there is my
message to the Legislature."
In other wordsWatch out!
The fireworks are just starting.

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accepts all letters to the editor.
Due to space limitations, how however,
ever, however, we ask that letters not
exceed 500 words. Typewritten
and double-spaced letters are
preferred, and wll must be sign signed.
ed. signed. Names will be withheld upon
request. Editors reserve the
right to select or reject let letters
ters letters for publication.



reaction to red guards
China Brink Os Civil War

HONG KONG (UPI) Violent
clashes in major cities between ri rival
val rival factions in the Peking power
struggle brought Red China to the
gravest internal crisis in its 17
year history Monday with full fullscale
scale fullscale civil war a definite possi possibility.
bility. possibility.
Indications that the situation was
headed for a showdown were seen
in reports from various world cap capitals

Red Guerrillas
Sink U.S. Barge

SAIGON (UPI) Communist guer guerrillas
rillas guerrillas Monday mined and sank
a $3 million U.S. dredge, one of
the worlds largest, and shot up
two Vietnamese minesweepers and
a British tanker in deadly assaults
on Allied shipping lanes near
Saigon.
A dawn attack by Viet Cong frog frogmen
men frogmen on the 170-foot dredge Jamai Jamaica
ca Jamaica Bay killed two Americans and
wotinded another. A fourth was
missing. The dredge, reportedly
the fourth largest in the world,
is owned by the Standard Dredg Dredging
ing Dredging Co. of New York City.
Sinking of the huge dredge part partially
ially partially blocked a channel of the Me Mekong
kong Mekong River near My Tho 35 miles
southwest of Saigon.
The minesweepers and the
12,000-ton tanker Haustrum were
attacked in a channel of the Sai Saigon
gon Saigon River. UJS. military spokes spokesmen
men spokesmen reported heavy U.S. and
South Vietnamese casualties
aboard the minesweepers. Two
crewmen aboard the British ves vessel
sel vessel were killed.
Seven other Americans were
killed Monday when Viet Cong
gunners shot down a U.S. Air
Force AC47 Puff the Magic Dra Dragon
gon Dragon gunship in the Central High Highlands,
lands, Highlands, 25 miles south of coastal
Quang Ngai. The converted C 47
aircraft gets its name from the
gatling-type 30 caliber machine machineguns
guns machineguns it carries which fire thous thousands
ands thousands of rounds per minute.
Communist troops Monday were

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itals capitals of the sudden departure of
Chinese Communist diplomats for
Peking. Envoys from London,
Stockholm, Copenhagen and
Helsinki were being joined by
diplomats from Africa and Asian
countries in the homeward-bound
exodus.
Dispatches and eyewitness ac accounts
counts accounts from behind the Bamboo

held responsibe for new tragedy
brought to South Vietnamese civ civilians.
ilians. civilians.
They used women and children as
shields in a pre-midnight attack on
two government companies 36
miles southwest of Saigon. The
South Vietnamese troops were
forced to shoot back to save them themselves.
selves. themselves. Ten children were killed,
and 25 women and children
wounded. The Viet Cong fled.
A statement issued Monday by
the Vietnamese armed forces said
34,575 Communists were killed in
1966 and another 21,316 persons
were won over to the government
side. The year-end report said the
South Vietnamese armed forces
now numbers 621,000 men.
The river attacks were the latest
in repeated Communist attempts
to block shipping channels to Sai Saigon.
gon. Saigon. The mining of the dredge
put it out of action before it could
be used in the buildup of Amer American
ican American Marines fighting only a few
miles away in the Mekong Delta
swamplands.
The* dredge had been used in
key Allied construction work at
the sprawling Cam Ranh Bay and
was being moved to My Tho to
aid in construction connected with
the Mekong Delta offensive, called
Operation Deckhouse V.

Curtain reported wide-spread dis disorders,
orders, disorders, work stoppages, tortures
and atrocities inside China Chinathe
the Chinathe world's most populous nation
with 700 million persons.
Thus far, the 3-million-man
strong Red army appeared to be
remaining aloof in the struggle
between forces backing Communist
party leader Mao Tse-tung and
his heir-apparent, Defense Min Minister
ister Minister Lin Piao and opposing mem members
bers members of the party hierarchy headed
by President Liu Shao-chi.
Diplomatic reports received in
London said Mao had lost the sup support
port support of most of the party hier hierarchy
archy hierarchy but still retained a wide widespread
spread widespread following among the
masses. With the army remaining
an uncertain factor, these reports
said, Mao and Lin had been forc forced
ed forced to rely on the Red Guard to
try and eliminate the opposition.
1.
The violent outbreaks were seen
as a reaction to the excesses of
the rampaging Red Guard youths.

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Tuesday, January 10, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Powell Removed
From Chair

WASHINGTON (UPI) House De Democrats
mocrats Democrats today deposed Rep. Adam
Clayton Powell as chairman of
the Education and Labor Commit Committee.
tee. Committee. Some members said it was
the only way to save the Harlem
Democrats seat in Congress.
The Democrats stripped their
controversial Negro colleague of
his chairmanship by a voice vote
at a closed pre-session cau caucus
cus caucus of party members.
In moving against Powell, they
rejected the advice of Speaker
John W. McCormack, D-Mass.

Dr. Hugh Stuntz
A will interview graduate students in all
liberal arts fields at the placement office
for the 135 secondary schools, colleges,
universities, and schools of theology of
The Methodist Church.
Placement Service
Thursday,. January 12, 1967

McCormack had suggested a plan
under which Powell would have,
been temporarily suspended from
his chairmanship while charges
against him were investigated by
a House committee.
Leaders of the partys liberal
bloc claimed this would not be
sufficientthat only by taking
Powells chairmanship away would
enough Democratic and Republican
House members feel that he had
been adequately disciplined and
thus should be allowed to retain
his seat.

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gator classifieds

for sale
DINETTE SUITE: 4 clmrs &
oval table with wood-grain^ l for formica
mica formica finish. Excellent condition,
nearly new, worth $57.50. Will
sell for $35.00. Call: 376-3261
Ex. 2832 (A-68-7F-NC)
1965 VESPA 150 Motorscooter.
Extras, 4,600 miles. Excellent
condition. Originally $470. Take
$250 or best offer. Call 378-
2193 evenings. (A-69-st-c)
1964 SAAB Monte Carlo GT.
also new bicycle 28; Jim Hales,
Ext. 3361, (A-68- 3t-p)
-for rent
MALESsingle rooms. Private
entrance, maid, linens, utilities all
included, $45 per month. 115 NW
10th St. Call Mike at 378-5411.
(B-68- 3t-c)
FIFTH FLOOR La Fontana apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Adjacent to University Post
Office. Can accomodate up to 4
occupants. $l4O per month, Call
376-7534 or 372-3576. (B-68-10t (B-68-10tc)
c) (B-68-10tc)
I l ...
ROOM in private home for mature
male student. Central heat linens
and maid service. Seperate en entrance,
trance, entrance, off street parking. Call
376-5360. (B-68-10t-c)
EFFICIENCY Apartment (No. 2)
Private bath, entrance. Utilities
furnished except gas. 320 N.W.
3rd St. $55 per month. Call 372-
0481. (B-68-3t-c)
FURNISHED apartment, four bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, air conditioned 220 S.E.
7th Street. sllO per month. Call
372-0481. (B-68-3t-c)
TWO bedroom furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 220 S.E. 7th Street S9O per
month. Call 372-0481. (B-68-3t (B-68-3tc)
c) (B-68-3tc)
A/C FURNISHED apartment, three
blocks from campus, $75 & $65
per month, util, included. A/C
Private room with refrigerator
$40.00, util, included. Call 372-
8840 after 5 p.m. (B-68-st-c)
TWO bedroom, air conditioned,
furnished apartment. Suitable for
three upper classmen. 1231 S.W.
3rd Ave. Across from Tigert Hall.
Call Alma Hinson Realty 378-
2559. (B-68-10t-c)
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WHY live in a traffic jam? Walk
to classes and be relieved of your
parking problems. Fully furnished,
spacious, one bedroom apartment,
air conditioned gas heat, fully
equipped kitchen including washing
machine. Call 372- 3357. (B-68-
lOt-c)
COLLEGE Terrace Dormettes.
For discerning women. Adjacent
to University of Florida. Air con conditioned,
ditioned, conditioned, controlled heat, swim swimming
ming swimming pool, off street parking,
carpeted, efficiencies. Call 378-
2221 1225 S.W. First Avenue. (B (B---68-st-c)
--68-st-c) (B---68-st-c)
NEAR Walk to all important Uni University
versity University requirements. Two room
furnished, ground floor, private
entrance, quiet area, good for
grades. Reasonable rates. 376-
6494. (B-68-st-c)
fc
ONE bedroom apartment. Special
reduced rate at University Gar Gardens.
dens. Gardens. slls per month. Assume lease
Call 378-5864. (B-68-
2t-c)
FOR THE SERIOUS
MINDED STUDENT
The Best Apartment Value
in Gainesville
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Economical Rates
University Gardens Apartments
376-6720
708 S. W. 16th Avenue
QUIET? Good study facility;
One male to share large trailer
with large Cabana. S3O per month
and share electric, telephone. Call
376-3120. (B-68-3t-p)
wanted
COOL, studious guy to share lux luxurious,
urious, luxurious, two bedroom apartment.
Complete with pool, carpeting,
stereo. Apt. 201, 714 S.W. 16th
Avenue or Call 378-5551, Winter
Trimester. (C-68-10t-c)
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MY HOME OR SOME HOUSE HOUSEWORK.
WORK. HOUSEWORK. Call 376-7079 or 372-
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FEMALE roommate wanted. Two
bedroom, modern, unfurnished air
conditioned apartment. SSO per
month plus utilities. Call 372-
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> The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, January 10, 1967

[ wanted |
*
NEED TALENT (men and wo women,
men, women, 18-26) for advertising & In Industrial
dustrial Industrial fil ms. Studio Actors Guild,
Scale paid. Submit qualifications,
employment record, education, two
references, recent full length photo
to Francis R. Edwards, Jr.; Box
1897; Plant City Florida (C-68-lt-
P)
FEMALE roommate wanted; to
share 1/4 rent and utilities.
Modern high-risfe apartment. One
block from campus. Call 378-
5174. (C-68-2t-p)
ONE male roommate needed.
$68.50 per month. Nice Apart Apartment.
ment. Apartment. Call 376-4738 or see Apt.
117 Village Park. (C-68-st-c)
help wanted
Student Publications
Has A Limited
Number Os
Part-Time Jobs
For Students.
Day Work Or
Night Work
Available
Hourly Wages
Openings Are:
Experienced Offset Cam-*,
eraman. Both Line And Half Halftone
tone Halftone Work.
&
Offset Paste-Up. Experience
Not Necessary, But Some Skill
In Design, Drafting Or Art
Desired.
.i
Contact In Person
Either Ed Barber
Or Sern Seykora
Room 9, Florida
Union Basement
MORNINGS
8:30 10:30
AFTERNOONS
2:00 4:00
EVENINGS
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BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30
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16 CO-EDS wanted for a Jan.
19 only. Work 10 A.M. to 4 P.M.
or 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. See Stu Student
dent Student Employment Bldg. E. (E-68-
lt-nc)
HELP WANTED
Couple for security work and desk
;lerk job in exchange for apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Exclusive Apartment Build Building.
ing. Building. Call 378-2221. (E-68-st-c)
HELP WANTED
FEMALE Students wife, young,
neat, attractive, ex ex*
* ex* perienced in retail
selling. Apply Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel Manager,
Wilson Department
Stores, Inc. 22 E.
University Ave.
MALE Student for part-time
work in Mens cloth clothing
ing clothing Dept. Must be
trained in fitting
mens suits, sports sportscoats
coats sportscoats and slacks.
Neat, attractive, and
energetic. Apply
Wilsons Department
Stores, Inc. 22 E.
University Ave.
(E-68-st-c)
autos
1963 TEMPEST Lemans; two door,
standard floor shift, 326 V-8, very
clean, one owner-college girl.
$1,200.00 376-8574 after 6 p.m.
(G-68- 3t-c)
7" " 1 ~ 1
1964 TRIUMPH Spitfire conver convertible,
tible, convertible, R&H, fully carpeted, low
mileage. Must sell this week. sllsO.
Call 378-4280 after 5:30 p.m.
(G-68-st-p)
1960 FALCON, station wagon.
Rusted body, good mechanically,
$150.00, Call 372-7641 or 376-
3977. (G-68-3t-c)
personal
START the new year right with
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after 5 p.m. (J-68-3t-c)
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two yellow. Call 372-6018 after
5:30 p.m. (J-68-lt-c)
VETERANS Club Meeting;Weds.,
Jan. 11, 7:30 p.m. Florida Union
Auditorium. New Members Wel Welcome.
come. Welcome. (J-6j-3t-c)
services
CLASSES in Pattern drafting and
Fashion Design forming again.
Experienced instructor. Call 376-
0435 or 372-0686. (M-68-3t-c)
CHILD care, 8 acres within site
of campus. Organized activity, hot
meal. Call 372-0686. (M-68-3t-c)
IN a hurry? Passports, applica applications,
tions, applications, childrens photos, commer commercials
cials commercials and special problems. West Westley
ley Westley Roosevelt Studios, 372-0300,
909 NW 6th Street. (M-68-ts-c)
AVAILABLE TO DO IRON IRONING
ING IRONING IN MY HOME OR SOME
HOUSEWORK. Call 376-7079
or 372-2091. (M-68-2t-c)
PORTRAITS, COPIES, PASS PASSPORTS,
PORTS, PASSPORTS, APPLICATIONS AND
THESIS PICTURES. REASON REASONABLE.
ABLE. REASONABLE. Sneeringer Photography,
1013 1/2 West University Avenue.
378-1170. (M-68-3t-nc)
£ + it
LEARN KARATE!
The UNIVERSAL KARATE
DOJO will offer a new course
for beginners, starting TO TOMORROW
MORROW TOMORROW at 5:30 p.m., Amer American
ican American Legion Hall, 513 E.Univ.
Ave. Regular classes will
meet on Wed. & FrL, 6:00-
8:00 p.m.
Instructor: Dirk W. Mosig
7AS, Nidan (2nd Degree Black
Belt), Chief State Repres.
of the U.S.K.A. Styles: Kyo Kyokushin,
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MORTON BREAKS UF RECORDS

Track Teams Score impressive Wins

UFs varsity and frosh track
teams rolled past 10 opponents
to capture first and second place
respectively at the Orange Bowl
track meet on January 1.
Showing strong pre-season form
the Gator Varsity grabbed 58
points, while the Frosh captured
16. East Tennessee State was third
with 15.

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Tied for fourth were UFs track
club, University of Kentucky, and
Miami.
Georgia Tech was seventh, Met Metro
ro Metro Club was eighth, Run for Fun
Club was ninth, University of North
Carolina was tenth, Florida Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Club was Uth and Southern
University was 12th.

Gator Sophomore John Morton in
his first varsity competition threw
the discus 1832 to break the
UFs school record by 23and rank
himself as one of the top throw throwers
ers throwers in the country.
He also established a new shot
record with a throw of 537.
Floridas Frank Saier won the

Tuesday, January 10, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

high jump with a leap of 6B
followed by frosh Ron Jourdam
at 66 for a freshman school
record.
The Gators swept this event with
freshman Jim York and Jim De Deveny
veny Deveny placing 3rd and 4th. Morton
placed sth.
In the opening event the Gators
placed 1-2-3 in the high hurdles
with sophomore C. J. Fowlkes first
in 14.6. On his heels were frosh
Jim Deveny and junior Bill Tucker
placing 2 and 3.
Sophomore Mike Burton led the
way in the broad jump with a jump
of 23* into a stiff wind. Placing
second was Gator Bill Tucker and
4th Gator Bill Bozelle. Burton had
his finest day in the javelin with
a toss of 215 for 2nd place.
Frosh sprinter Barry Handberg
placed 4th in the 100 and 220 and
had a fine time of 9.6 in the 100
to tie the frosh 100 record.
Other freshmen placing well
were Jim Chapman in the discus
with a toss of 148 for 2nd place
and vaulter Mike Flanagan 3rd with
a vault of 13*6.
The distance runners had a rough
go because of a stiff wind that
slowed times. Frank Lagotic had
-a bad day and managed only 4th
in the mile and 2nd in the 2 mile.
Florida Track Club runner Jack
Bachelor ran 2nd in the mile and
Ist in the 2 mile to beat Lagotic
for the first time this season.
The winning time of 9:34 was
far off his 2 mile run in the Sen Senior
ior Senior Bowl which was just behind
Lagotic in 8:57.5.
A special sprint Medely Relay
was held between the Gators and
Georgia Tech who were to meet
later in the football game. The
Gators won this event before the
football team got their chance. Don
Hale ran the quarter, C. J. Fow Fowlkes
lkes Fowlkes and Tommy Brown ran the
220s and DieterGebhardanchored
with an 880.

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Missing from the Gator squad
were both co-captains who are
most versatile.
Scott Hager who has an injured
knee and Harry Winkler who is
playing basketball. Both Boys are
seniors and have led the scoring
in past years and both have placed
2nd In the Nat. USTFF Decathlon
- Winkler in 1965 and Hager in
1966.
On March 22 the finest 3 way
dual track meet ever run East of
the Mississippi will be right here
at the University of Florida. Tenn Tennessee
essee Tennessee and Southern Illinois will
meet the Gators at 3:00 p.m.
"upi
Rankings
NEW YORK (UPI) The UPI
major college basketball ratings
with first place votes and won wonlost
lost wonlost records of games played
through Saturday, Jan. 7, in par parentheses:
entheses: parentheses:
Team Points
1. \ UCLA 33 9-0 348
2. Louisville 2 13-0 290
3. North Carolina 11-1 220
4. New Mexico 11-0 218
5. Houston 13-1 164
6. Texas Western 10-2 *136
7. Kansas 10-2 99
8. Cincinnati 9-2 69
9. Princeton 11-1 61
10. Vanderbilt 10-2 46
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Second 10 11. Providence 42;
12. Western Kentucky 30; 13. Bos Boston
ton Boston College 21; 14. FLORIDA 17;
15. tie, Seattle and Dayton 13;
17. tie, Tennessee, St. John's and
Mississippi State 11; 20. tie, Sou Southern
thern Southern Methodist and lowa 1.

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. Ramsey (left and Keller (right) fight for
Control against Mississippi
'Well Mannered
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Said States Sloan

RALEIGH, N.C. (UPI) John
T. Caldwell, the chancellor of
North Carolina State University,
issued a statement Sunday support supporting
ing supporting the schools basketball coach,
Norm Sloan, after Saturday nights
controversial basketball game with
Maryland.
Referee George Conley called
a double technical foul on Sloan
and then after play resumed Con Conley
ley Conley forfeited the game with 1:15
remaining and Maryland leading
60-55.
Coach Sloan is an honorable,
dedicated coach and a man of
high standards. On the basis of
my knowledge of the situation at
present, I do not find that his con conduct
duct conduct was in any way unusual,
Chancellor Caldwell said in his
statement.
He added, We have a high
regard for the University of Mary Maryland
land Maryland and it should be clear that
the incident in no way affects
ur excellent relations with Mary Maryland.
land. Maryland.
Meanwhile, Sloan, who is in his
first season as his alma maters
head coach, said, Ive never heard
of such a thing happening before
In basketball.
Ill talk about the game it itself
self itself but I wont make any com ments
about the officiating, Sloan said.
It was a well mannered and ord orderly
erly orderly game, well played on both
sides and other than the fact we
lost, it was a great game. It was
anfortunate it had to end that way.
Sloan said Conley called a double
technical foul on him and after the
shots were taken, Maryland was
given the ball and play resumed.
The films clearly show a Mary Maryland
land Maryland player was driving in alone
toward the basket, we didnt have
t defender within six feet of him.
But one referee walked over to
the scoring table and said the

game was forfeited to Maryland and
the score would remain 60-55. We
were all bewildered, Sloan said.
The game was played at Mary Marylands
lands Marylands Cole Field house and Sloan
said he would have no qualms about
playing there in the future.
Sloan, 39, started his coaching
career at Presbyterian College in
1951. After a 70-30 record in four
years, he became an assistant at
Memphis State for a year before
being named head coach at The
Citadel in 1956. In 1960 he went
to Florida before returning to
his alma mater this season.

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Florida Defeats Rebels,
Take Over First In SEC

By 808 BECK
Alligator Sports Editor
After a cold first half the Gators roared back
to defeat Mississippi 78-63 and take over first
place in the SEC Monday night.
The Gators also moved into the AP top ten
for the first time in UF cage history.
Tennessee lost to Vanderbilt, 65-59, to place
both teams in a tie for second place with 4-1
records. Florida is 5-1.
Neal Walk and Skip Higley led the Gator attack

SPORTS

Tuesday, January 10, Florida Alligator,

UF Swimming Team
A
Has Tough Schedule

With two pre-holiday victories
under their belts, the Florida
swimming team will face its tough toughest
est toughest schedule in ma years begin beginning
ning beginning with Georgia, January 12,
in the Gators pool.
After victories over Kentucky
and Vanderbilt the Gator swim swimmers
mers swimmers will have five consecutive
home meets beginning with Geor Georgia
gia Georgia followed by Florida State, Al Alabama,
abama, Alabama, North Carolina State, and
North Carolina.
This is by far the toughest
schedule we have faced in many
years, commented Coach Bill
Harlan. All five teams are tough,
with North Carolina State having
one of the finest teams in the
country.
' ' ''
Cassius Clay
Reclassified?
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI) A final
ruling has been made on a re request
quest request by heavyweight champion
Cassius Clay that he be reclas reclassified
sified reclassified as a objec objector
tor objector and all signs point to a re?
jection.
An educated guess would be
that Clay is still 1-A, the source
told United Press International.

The Gator swimming team is
seeking its 22
eastern Conference crown. Flor Florida
ida Florida has dominated the SEC holding
12 of 17 conference records.
We feel that we may have one
of our best teams but unfortunately
most other SEC schools will have
their strongest teams, said Har Harlan.
lan. Harlan.
The Gators are led by all-Amer all-American
ican all-American Tom Dioguardi, who is also
Floridas captain, was named to
the all-American squad both as
a sophomore and a junior.
Even though we have some top
notch swimmers, commented
Harlan, we have more depth this
year than we have had in the past.
Blanchard Tual, a senior from
Memphis, Tennessee, has won the
SEC backstroke for the last two
years. Steve zarzeki, a junior,
is considered one of the finest
breaststrokers in the South.
The meet Thursday, January
12, with Georgia at 4:00 will kick
off the new year for the swimmers.

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with 20 and 19 points respectively. Gary Keller
scored 11 and Boyd Welsch pumped in 10.
The Gators turned completely cold in the first
half hitting only 33 per cent of their shots. Clutch
shooting by Higley kept Florida in the balf game'
as the lead changed hands five times.
The scrappy Rebels led by as much as five
points at 29-24, but Dave Miller scored four of
his eight points to Close the gap to 29-28.
Gary McElroy and Miller ran into early foul
trouble. Welsch and Mike Rollyson came off the
bench to play an outstanding game for the Gators.

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Gary McElroy and Miller ran
into early foul trouble. Welsch and
Mike Rollyson came off the bench
to play an outstanding game for
the Gators.
Welsch scored on four straight
foul shots along with two from Hig Higley
ley Higley to give the Gators a three point
half-time advantage.
UF jumped off to a quick five
point lead in the opening moments
of the second half lead only to
turn cold once again.
The Rebels, behind the shooting
of Kim Turner, narrowed the gap to
38-37.
In the next two minutes Higley
stole the ball three times and Neal
Walk scored six points to put the
Gators safely ahead for the re remainder
mainder remainder of the game.
Florida got even hotter as Keller
and Rollyson hit to open up an 11
point lead.
The Gators led by las many as
17 points in the last minutes and
finished the game in fine style when
Harry Winkler scored on the long longest
est longest shot of the game a 28
footer.
**l thought our boys came back
real well in the second half, said
coach Tommy Bartlett. They sur surprised
prised surprised us. We thought they would
go with a combination defense.
Skip Higley did a real outstand outstanding
ing outstanding job and Neal Walk came through
real well in the second half with
16 points.
It Svas pretty rough under the
boards tonight, but I think our boys
did a real good job. Rollyson also
did a real fine job and so did
Welsch/' Bartlett said.