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The Florida Alligator

Vol. 59, No. 80

FOR RELIGION IN LIFE

Bishop Pike Here Tonight

Bishop James A. Pike, champion of the fight
to re-define modern religion, will address UF
students tonight as part of Religion in Life Week
on campus.
Pike, who recently resigned as Episcopal bishop
of California and is demanding a hearing of heresy
charges agianst him, will speak on The Real
Conflict Between Science and Religion.
His talk at 7:30 in Florida Gymnasium will be
in conjunction with the University Convocation pro program.
gram. program.
Religion In Life Week, which runs through Thurs Thursday
day Thursday has selected Traditions in Turmoil as this
years theme.
Our purpose is to bring to the attention of the
University community the contemporary develop developments
ments developments of religious life and thought, said Dr,

Teach-In Today To Protest
National Security Seminar

By JUDY REDFERN
Alligator Staff Writer
After talking and hearing about the responsi responsibility
bility responsibility of dissent during last week's ACCENT sym symposium,
posium, symposium, the UF campus today will become actively
involved in a protest over the National Security
Seminar.
Students for a Democratic Society and some mem members
bers members of the faculty will hold a teach-in" today
at 12:30 p.m. in the Plaza of the Americas. The
demonstration is to protest the manner in which the
National Security Seminar is being conducted.
When contacted by the Alligator, a spokesman

Former SG Candidate
Commits Suicide

By JIM WHITE
Alligator 4>taff Writer
James Harmeling, a 24-year-old
former candidate for president
of the UF student body, died
by his own hand Sunday in the J.
Hillis Miller Health Center.
Harmeling, a patient" of two
months at the center, stepped
into a bathroom adjoining his room
carrying a shaving kit at 6:40
a.m. Moments later, two shots
shattered the early morning
silence.
A nurse standing in Harmeling*s
room ran to the bathroom door,
[(SEE HARMELING" PAGE 2)

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JIM HARMELiNG
. . suicide victim

University of Florida, Gainesville

Austin B. Creel, who is in charge of the program.
Pike, who believes in God but is dissatisfied
with old definitions and unmeaningful language, is
expected to bring the weeks events to a peak
with his lecture.
Before being ordained, he studied law and is now
the author of several books. He has lectured fre frequently
quently frequently on radio and television.
Wednesdays program features Dr. George F.
Flanagan, popular lecturer in American colleges.
Dr. Falnagan will speak again on Thursday on
The Problems of Teaching in a Catholic College.
The countrys top theologians participating in
the convocation will answer such questions as Do
intelligent men still need religion? and Is God
Past Tense?

for the seminar said the group had no comment
on the planned demonstration.
According to SDS member, Alan Levin, five
faculty members are definitely schelduled to par participate.
ticipate. participate. The professors are Dr. David Kurtzman,
Philosophy Department; Dr. Rene Lemarchand, Po Political
litical Political Science Department; Dr. Kenneth Megill,
Philosophy Department; Dr. Marshall Jones, Psy Psychology
chology Psychology Department and Dr. Herman Levy, Eng English
lish English Department.
These and other faculty members will discuss
issues and answer questions. Microphones will be
left open every 15 minutes for anyone who

By JERALDINE BROWN <.
Alligator Staff Writer
He is a black man born in Texas.
His childhood he spent on college campuses in
Texas, Mississippi and Georgia rather than in
Negro ghettoes. He spent a lot of time in the li library
brary library of his father who was a minister and holder
of a Ph.D. in the Old Testament and Hebrew--
rather elite qualifications for a Negro man during
the 19205.
But, James Farmer chose not to live the iso isolated
lated isolated life of a member of the Black Bourgeois Bourgeoisan
an Bourgeoisan entity of black families separate from the
problems of the black world and apart from the
rejection of the white worldthough he certainly
hail the background to belong.

wants to speak about the seminar
or the teach-in, and a student,
Steve Horowitz, will introduce the
speakers and conduct the teach-in.
Levin said the teach-in will con continue
tinue continue as long as people want to talk.
Members of the faculty who felt
it was necessary to act to protest
the information and methods pre presented
sented presented in the seminar planned to
hold an open forum Wednesday
night in McCarty Hall. They then
decided to join students in today's
teach-in.
Levin said that as far as he
knew, the faculty still had the
room reserved for the forum and
would go ahead with the meeting
if student response was favorable.
The teach-in will be an educa educational
tional educational instrument," Levin said. It
will point out to the students how
they are not represented and will
point to the first step in confront confronting
ing confronting the issues before them."

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Faculty Telegram
Raps Kerr Firing
By HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Staff Writer
Two-hundred UF faculty members have signed a telegram, ad addressed
dressed addressed to the secretary of the Academic Senate at the Univfi; v
of California at Berkley, supporting professors there in opposing
attacks on public higher education/'
The telegram is apparently in direct response to the firing of
President Clark Kerr of the University of California by that states
Board of Regents.
We the undersigned members of the UF faculty, the telegram
reads, are alarmed by the present threat to your great state uni university
versity university system. The manner In which President Kerr was discharged
for frankly spelling out the implications of indiscriminate budget
cutting raises grave questions. We support California faculty in
opposing attacks on public higher education. The quality of educa education
tion education in state university systems cannot be sustained cheaply or by
gubernatorial fiat.
Copies of the telegram are also being sent to Governor Ronald
Reagan of California, and the California Board of Regents.
I think we feel that the welfare of the state university system
in California and Florida is closely linked, Dr. Arnold J. Heiden Heidenheimer
heimer Heidenheimer of the UF Political Science Department said Monday.
Floridas universities are open to the same sort of destruction,
he continued.
I would hope that Florida politicians are wiser than those in Cal California,
ifornia, California, Heidenheimer continued.

My parents wanted me to make my way in
the middle class society as a minister, doctor
or lawyer. They wanted me to have a comfort comfortable
able comfortable life, but I wouldnt have been happy, said
Farmer. I was preoccupied with seeking to solve
the recial problems of our society.
Farmer, a non-violence advocate and founder
of the Congress of Racial Equality in 1941, mi migrated
grated migrated to the North.
I recall the garbage sandwiches and coffee with
salt, rather than sugar that Negroes were served
in the segregated public accomodations of Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, Farmer said.
He then pointed out that sit-in and stand-in
demonstrations are not new phenomena. In 1942,
said Farmer, CORE staged sit-ins in Chicago.
(SEE REMEMBERS PAGE 7)

Tuesday, January 24, 1967



Page 2

, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, January 24, 1967

Mensa Discussion on Series Hits
Wide Variety Os Fields, Speakers

By JEFF DENKEWALTER
Alligator Staff Writer
Guest speakers of wide and varied fields will
highlight the Mensa Discussion Series this tri trimester.
mester. trimester.
We have arranged this terms schedule so
that each of our programs will be unique, said
Mark Waldman, UF Mensa lecture coordinator.
The series of talks will begin this Friday when
the guest will be Dr. Didier Graeffe of the UF
Humanities Department.
We have given our speakers a free rein to

Harmeiing Commits Suicide

opened it, end found him lying
on the floor, bleeding from a gun gunshot
shot gunshot wound in the upper right
temple.
When the nurse entered the bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, Harmeiing was still alive,
but a desperate five-hour attempt
to save his life failed. He died
shortly before noon.
Harmeiing, who was the Free*
dom Party's nominee for tlw
student body preskte&cy in the 1965
spring elections earned a
b chelors and a masters degree in
psychology from the university.
At Hie time of Us candidacy, he
was a graduate student in clinical
psychology with a 3.6 average.
'University Police Investigator
Gene E. Watson reported that
the instrument of Harmeiings
death was a 38 caliber revolver
which Harmeiing had bought from a
local merchant JSn. 11.

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Police investigation revealed
that while he was home on a
pass from the health center last
week, Harmeiing took an over overdose
dose overdose of an undisclosed medica medication.
tion. medication. He 'was rushed back to the
Health Center, his stomach was
pumped, and he was placed un under
der under close observation in the psy psychiatric
chiatric psychiatric ward on the eighth floor.
Nonetheless, he managed to
smuggle iu and conceal the gun
which ended Us life.
Before his admission as a pat patient,
ient, patient, Harmeiing worked in the
Health Center as a research as assistant.
sistant. assistant.
He was a past president of the
UF Student Group for Equal Rights,
a task worker for the Congress
of Racial Equality and a past vice
president of the National Assoc Association
iation Association for the Advancement of
Colored People's Youth Council.

discuss any topic they deem worthy, stated Wald Waldman.
man. Waldman.
Other UF speakers currently slated this trimes trimester
ter trimester are Dr. Robert Lindquist of the Physics De Department,
partment, Department, Dr. Rene Lemarchand of the Political
Science Department, Dr. Robert Moffat of the
College of Law and Dr. Thomas Hanna of the
Philosophy Department.
We will have a complete list of the speakers
and the dates they will talk in about a week,
said Waldman. The public of course is invited
to attend any and all of these events.
Each of the talks of the Mensa Discussion Ser Series
ies Series will begin at 7:3C in the evening in Room 105
B of the Architecture and Fine Arts Building.

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Miss UF Contest Hits February Scene

, By KATHIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
; Miss University of Florida contest will highlight the contest
! scene during February, but girls who expect to share in the lime limesi
si limesi light must have had an application turned in by next Monday.
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* All girls must be sponsored by a campus organization, which
must post an entry fee of $15.00. Organizations that did not receive
f an application may pick one up in the Student Government offices.

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The preliminary judging will take place on Feb. 7-8. The contest contestants
ants contestants will display an act of talent, will model evening wear and swim
suits and will be judged on talent and beautv.
Ten girls will be chosen from the preliminary judging and will go
through an elimination competition on Feb. 15. The judging of talent,
personality, and swimsuits will be televised over WUFT.
The five finalists will have a final evaluation on Feb. 22, the night
of the A1 Hirt concert. During the program the girls will be asked
one question apiece. The winner will be announced later that evening.

VISTA Team
On Campus
VISTA volunteers will be on
campus today and Wednesday to
recruit volunteers for their pro program
gram program of service with poverty povertystricken
stricken povertystricken areas of the United States.
Volunteers will be at the Student
Information Booth across from the
Hub and in Bryan Lounge in the
Florida Union. Literature on the
program and applications will be
available. A VISTA film will be
shown at 11:30, 12:30, and 3 p.m.
today and tomorrow, and volun volunteers
teers volunteers plan to visit several clas classes
ses classes while on campus.
Individuals who apply as a vol volunteer
unteer volunteer and are accepted for ser service
vice service are sent through a six-week
training program based on the work
they will be doing in the field.
Upon completion of the training
program, the volunteer is sent in into
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The Miss University of Florida
contest is the first step of com competition
petition competition for the Miss America con contest.
test. contest. The winner of the campus tit title
le title will represent the university
in the Miss Florida judging. Miss
Florida will go on to compete for
the Miss America crown.
The winner of the campus title
will also win a years tuition and
a new wardrobe.
In past years the title of Miss
UF hasnt been a big title, said
John LaCapra, the contest chair chairman.
man. chairman. Our aim is to make Miss
UF the biggest title on campus,
since she is representing the
school
LaCapra also emphasized the
talent aspect of the competition,
as talent will play a major role
in the Miss Florida and Miss
America contests. All girls who
will be representing and organi organization
zation organization in the local contest are
advised to begin working on their
talent act as soon as possible.
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questions and hand out applica application
tion application forms. Any woman unable
to attend this rush function can
pick up an application form at
the Florida Union information desk
after Thursday night.

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Tuesday, January 24, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Pharmacy
College Gets
New Dean
Dr. George F. Archambault, one
of the nations outstanding men
in pharmacy, the pharmacy liai liaison
son liaison officer for the U.S. Public
Health Service, educator and hold holder
er holder of several honorary degrees,
Monday was appointed dean of UFs
College of Pharmacy^
His appointment was announced
by UF President J. Wayne Reitz.
He succeeds Dr. Perry A. Foote,
who retires after 27 years as dean
of the states pharmacy college,
a unit of the J. Hillis Miller
i l r
. . new dea
Health Center. The appointment
is effective May 1.
Reitz, in announcing the appoint appointment,
ment, appointment, said: Dr. Archambault has
made an impact upon the practice
of pharmacy and has been a leader
in exploring the future of phar pharmacists
macists pharmacists in health programs for
the American people. The Univer University
sity University of Florida is fortunate in
securing a man of such broad
experience, knowledge, and na national
tional national reputation to direct its Col College
lege College of Pharmacy.
Shepherd
Campaigns
FIRST Party candidates will
spend the next few days campaign campaigning
ing campaigning for votes in the residence
halls on campus. Presidential can candidate
didate candidate Charles Shepherd will be
eating dinner with residents in the
girls resident halls, and will cam campaign
paign campaign in the mens dorms after afterwards.
wards. afterwards.
There are no rallies scheduled
for the immediate future at this
time according to party chairman
Fred Breeze. However, we are
eager to attend any debates, said
Breeze.

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[, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, January 24 i%7

The Florida Alligator
A Ii Ow
EDDIE SEARS 808 MENAKER STEVE HULL
Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor
ANDY MOOR 808 BECK
Editorial Editor Sports Editor
Opinions of columnists do no* uecessanly reflect the
editorial viewpoint of the Alligator. The only official
voice of the Alligator staff is the editorial in the left
column.

Athletic Autonomy

Will the real Florida Legislature please
stand up.
Thats the one thatll be apportioned by
the U.S. Circuit Court, and elected by
all the willing voters of the state.
We want a word with you.
Youve seen a lot of changes in Florida
in the past several months. And youll
see a lot more this year.
One of these changes--or what we hope
will be a change--you will hear a lot
about. Not in the newspapers. Not on the
radio. And certainly not on television.
But you will hear about it from friends,
old school chums, and business pals. Most
will be UF alumni.
One of your ownSen. John Mathews
has asked the Board of Regents to pro propose
pose propose legislation that would annihilate
the audit-free status of the UF Athletic
Association.
For two decades the Athletic Association
has been unique in the state with its
special law making the Athletic Association
autonomous.
All other state universities hhave to
account to the Board of Regents for their
athletic funds.
Over a $1 million of state funds pass
through the hands of the Athletic Associa Association
tion Association each year.
Thats about half-a-million each from
student fees and football ticket sales.
Both Mathews and Sen. Ruebin Askew have
publicly questioned the reason for con continuing
tinuing continuing the uncontrolled setup.
We do too.
State Chancellor Broward Culpepper has
said he thinks the Athletic Association funds
should be subject to Regents control.
We do too.
Culpepper said the proposed legislation
would be drawn up.
We dont know all the nostalgic argu arguments
ments arguments you will hear in favor of rataining
the present setup.
But remember that soon there may be
six state universities wanting the same
uncontrolled status.
Just who will you have controlling state
funds at the universities, yourself and the
Board of Regents, or a group of indivi individuals
duals individuals accountable only to themselves?
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
accepts all letters to the editor Due to
space limitations however we ask that
letters not exceed 350 word Typewrit*
ten and double-spaced letters are prefer preferred,
red, preferred, and all must be signed Names will
be withheld upon request Editors reserve
the right to select or reject letters for
publication

THINKING OUT LOUD

The REAL FBI Story

By JIM MOORHEAD
Our Man In The Silent Realm
MIAMIOne of the unexcelled
joys of newspapering, one of the
untouchable thrills other nobodies
never know, is that of working with
--and sometimes athwartagents
of the Federal Bureau of Investi Investigation.
gation. Investigation.
I dont mean MGMs or NBC's
versions of this ancient and hallow hallowed
ed hallowed order. Not the square-jawed,
steely-eyed, numb-norved Glenn
Ford-Robet Stack variety. Im

AwTU VIETNAM? OH,WEhT
3UST HITTING A LITTLE 1
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Credibility Gap
Our Man Hoppe
By Arthur Hoppe
Alligator Columnist

Miami Beach
The glorious, historic Ninth
Crusade, which seeks to save
Christendom from the infidel,
has been, Pm sorry to say,
temporarily postponed.
It isnt for lack of enthusiasm.
After all, its been close to 700
years since weve had a decently
organized crusade. Nor is it for
lack of infidels, not with that in infidel
fidel infidel Fidel Castro so handy.
No, the Ninth Crusade has come
a cropper on the problem that so
plagued Christendoms previous
eight crusades high tourist
rates.
I quickly became aware of the
problem when I reached Miami
Beach to check on its desirabil desirability
ity desirability as a staging area.
Looking for a humble room I
stopped at the Eden Roc hotel,
mainly because I was attracted by
the three lovely statues out front
-- the Winged Victory of Samoth Samothrace
race Samothrace and what I took to be Diana
and Apollo.
Is that Diana and Apollo?
I asked the doorman.
Darned if I know,* he said.
Are they the originals?
I dont think so, he said. But
you could ask the desk clerk.
The desk clerk said he was cer certain
tain certain they werent. Well, what the
heck, I said, Id take a room
anyway just a single room,
but overlooking the ocean so I
could watch for invaders and
things.
He said he had a nice one for
$64. I said I couldnt stay a week.
He said that was the rate per day,

talking about the slightly balding,
regularly fed, Schwobilt-clad
types who dont look any tough tougher
er tougher than or J. Edgar himself. The
ones the Id-know-a-fed
anywhere wiseguys would no
more know anywhere than they
would know an insurance salesman
anywere, or a pipefitter or a
parachute packer.
These G-Man samples are so
average, if you took them out of
the curve you wouldnt have a curve
anymore, youd have two estranged
hyphens.

but if it was too much he had a
room in the back for only s4l.
I said Id have a drink and think
it over. So I had a drink ($1.55)
in Harrys American bar which was
filled with elderly gentlemen and
buxom young ladies. It was good
to see fathers having so much fun
with their daughters.
I decided to check the hotel next
door, which turned out to the
Fontainebleu, pronounced fountain
(SEE HOPPE PAGE 5)

Florida Alligator Staff
NICK TATRO. STEF A NIK J A LIUS NEWT SIMMONS
vVire Editor Society Editor Editorial Assistant
GENE NAIL jo ANN LANGWORTHY NICK ARROYO
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' Editor
STAFF MEMBERS Harvey Alper, Jimmey Bailey, George
DuFour, Bill Douthat, Elaine Fuller, Barbara Gefen, Kathie
Keim, Bob Padecky, Bill Lockhart, Judy Redfern, Stan Saund Saunders,
ers, Saunders, Frank Shepherd, Jim White, Joe To rchia. Justine Hartman,
Harold Kennedy.
LAB ASSISTANTS Laura Brown, Michael Hencin, PeggySneid PeggySneider,
er, PeggySneider, Andrew Haslett Jr., Robert Blount, Jerome Warren, Joan
Allen, Eddie Guttenmacher, Greg Borden Dick Blakely Bob
Menaker, Dave Reddick, David Weiss.
In order to better cover campus events the Alligator uses
reporters from the School of Journalism and Communications.
Their bylines are followed by Alligator Correspondent.

Their one outstanding common
talent is reticence at the wrong
times.
If theres one thing an FBI
agent won't do at the right time timeat
at timeat least from a newsmans point
of viewits talk. Not to say
theyre the strong, silent type.
Most of them are Sunday School
teachers or Jaycees or people who
like shoes that fit. All talker
types. Some agents are all three.
Love to yak.
But when I say talk, I refer to
hard stuff, to the nitty-gritty, to
the kind of talk allluded toin
Cmon, copper, TALK! The kind
of communication which, for a
newsman, spells the difference
between eating and reading want wantads;
ads; wantads; between writing about the
War on Poverty and adding 0
its cause.
Put that kind of information in inside
side inside an FBI mans ever so bright
little head and youve got a kind
of inscrutability that would make
Charlie Chan look like a Detroit
used car salesman.
No one can not-talk like an
FBT man. I watched one write
down all the types of guns used
in a shooting. Then I went up and
asked him what types of guns were
used in the shooting. Why I just
sure wouldnt really know that,
he purred. Beautiful.
Later I waited outside a room
for hours while agents inside ques questioned
tioned questioned suspects. Wearily, but op optimistically,
timistically, optimistically, I maintained my all allnight
night allnight vigil with child-like faith. The
door opened just as I straightened
back up from leaning across the
phone table for a shot at the trash
basket.
Oh, I said. Say, have you
fellas decided
I better not see any of that
in the papers tomorrow, came
the un-reply.
Huh?
A?
I saw you listening in on that
extension. Youd better not put a
word of it in print!
Oh, for cats sake, I said.
Sure I did.
Thats against the law,
he cried. (It was the first piece
of information I had gotten from
him all night.) I dont wanna
see you over there again. And
with that, he was gone.
All this time I had been stam stammering,
mering, stammering, searching for clever Bo Bogartian
gartian Bogartian cracks to throw at him like,
I was just lonesome for the sound
of your voice, Sweetie, or You
oughta read the papers; YOU guys
are the ones who bug other peo peoples
ples peoples phones.
But I couldnt. I was too sur surprised
prised surprised and shocked.
It wasoutside Sunday School
and civic club meetingsthe most
I had ever heard an FBI man say
at one time in my entire life.



GUARDSMMEN SURROUND HOTEL

Trouble In Nicaragua

MANAGUA, Nicaragua (UPI)
National guardsmen Monday sur surrounded
rounded surrounded a downtown hotel where
anit-government demonstrators
held 20 Americans hostage and
demanded the surrender of the reb rebels
els rebels and release of the hostages
unharmed.
High-ranking churchmen and a
group of diplomats including one
American entered the Grand Ho Hotel
tel Hotel on a humanitarian mission
to try to win freedom for the cap captives.
tives. captives. The churchmen failed. There
was no immediate word on the dip diplomatic
lomatic diplomatic efforts.
Officials reported 18 persons
dead in fighting Sunday and Mon Monday.
day. Monday.
i*
Sniper fire echoed sporadically
throughout Managua in pre-elec pre-election
tion pre-election violence pitting conservatives
and the military which is control-
Beatles Have
New Release
LONDON, (UPI) The Beatles,
reported ready to disband, have a
new record which will be releas released
ed released in Britain and the United States
next monty, it was announced Mon Monday.
day. Monday.
A Beatles spokesman said the
disc, with the songs Penny Lane
and Strawberry Fields Forever,
will be released here Feb. 17 and
as near to that date as possible
in the United States.
The Beatles are now working on
another 12 numbers for their
next album, to be released some sometime
time sometime in the spring, along with a
one-hour television spectacular of
their own centered on the record recording,
ing, recording, the spokesman said.
The news came a. day after Paul
McCartney, 24, was quoted in the
Sunday Times as saying: Now
we're ready to go our own ways.
We'll work together if we miss
each other. Then it'll be hobby
work. It's good for us to go it
alone.
Hoppe
(FROM PAGE 4)
blue, but their rates were similar.
I thought maybe we crusaders could
just pitch our tents on the beach,
but you cant use the beach unless
youre staying ih the hotel. Os
course, we could buy a little stret stretch
ch stretch of beach for SSOOO, but it would
only be a foot wide.
Well, I finally found a $lO motel
room six miles inland for which
I had to pay only S2O.
I've discovered a little out outof-the-way
of-the-way outof-the-way restaurant where you
can get cracked crab for $5. (What
comes with it? I asked the wait waiter.
er. waiter. The Plate, he said.)
And I've found a fellow who will
rent a fishing boat suitable for
transporting six crusaders for only
SSO. For the first four hours.
So you can see why the glor glorious,
ious, glorious, historic Ninth Crusade has
to be temporarily postponed. At
least until March 1 when the tour tourist
ist tourist season ends.
You also get a deeper under understanding
standing understanding of how our predecessors
in the earlier crusades felt when
they got to Venice and were high highjacked
jacked highjacked for transport and provisions
by the locals. It's no wonder they
went off angri'y to sack Constant Constantinople
inople Constantinople and places.
Personally, I think I'll go to
Washington and then sack Fort
Knox. If I'm successful, I plan to
come back here and stay a whole
week.

led by the Somoza family, heirs
to the mantle of slain dictator
Anastasio Tacho Somoza.
Anti-government demonstrators
fled into the hotel and seized
the hostages as guardsmen ad advanced
vanced advanced through the city. Then they
barricaded themselves inside the
building on Avenida Roosevelt.
Guardsmen surrounded the
building. Traffic was cleared from
the streets around the hotel and
a tank rumbled to a corner where
it trained its cannon oa, the hotel
entrance.

Record Peacetime Budget

WASHINGTON (UPI) President Johnson will
submit a record peacetime budget to Congress
Tuesday calling for tax increases and expected to
propose a postal rate boost.
The administrative budget will total $135 billion,
but the actual cash budget of the federal govern government
ment government will come to more than $l7O billion with the
inclusion of Social Security and highway trust funds.
The budget, for fiscal 1968 which begins July
1, will be $8.3 billion above estimated spending
of $126.7 billion in the current fiscal year, which
ends June 30.
Johnson has said that about $5 billion of the
increase would go to help pay for the war in
Vietnam, which is expected to cost $25 billion in
fiscal 1968. This is five times what it cost two
years ago.
The President has proposed a 6 per cent sur surcharge
charge surcharge on individual and corporate income taxes
to help pay for the war and keep his Great Society
program going at home.
The new defense budget totals about $73 billion.
It will be the third largest in history, exceeded
only during the last two years of World War 11.

Red China
Os Violent
HONG KONG (UPI) Communist
China was reported Monday to be
in the throes of violence from one
end to the other. Dispatches from
Peking said Communist Party
chairman Mao Tse-tung had order ordered
ed ordered the Red Army to help crush
his opponents.
Maos new directive to the
three million man army apparent apparently
ly apparently was issued on the heels of
Premier Chou En-Lais warning
Sunday that troops might be called
out to crush the anti-Mao move movement.
ment. movement.
Yugoslav and Czech news agency
reports filed from Peking said
Mao told Defense Minister Lin
Piao Monday that the army should
be sent everywhere when help is
requested by revolutionary units.
Lin is regarded as Maos heir
apparent.
Other dispatches said violent
fighting has broken out in areas
stretching from Canton to nor northern
thern northern Manchuria and Mongolia pit-

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Passengers arriving and depart departing
ing departing at Managuas airport were
being searched. Heavy police and
military patrols were on down downtown
town downtown streets.
In Mexico City, the Nicaraguan
consul general said he spoke with
a presidential secretary in Mana Managua
gua Managua and was told the government
expected to have order restored
shortly. There was no plan to
declare martial law, he said.
In Washington, a State Depart Department
ment Department spokesman said the embassy
had attempted to reach the hos-

In Throes
Fighting
ting opposing forces caught up in
Maos purge against bourgeois
reactionaris.
One report said a major fight
broke out in Peking itself.
Both sides in the raging ideo ideological
logical ideological struggle were said to be
recruiting followers wholesale a around
round around the country.
Court Backs
Magazine
HAMBURG, Germany (UPI)-The
West German magazine Stern was
told by a Hamburg court Monday
it could continue serializing the un uncut
cut uncut version of William Manchest Manchesters
ers Manchesters book, The Death of a Pre President.
sident. President.
The court turned down an attempt
by Look Magazine to force Stern
to stop publication of the serial,
ruling Look had no right to bring
suit against the West German il illustrated
lustrated illustrated weekly.

1968 BUDGET
Costs
Viet cents
Other defense costs 31 cents
International programs
2 cents
Social Security 26 cents
Interest on debt 6 cents
Veterans 4 cents
Farm programs 2 cents
other cents
Revenues
Individual income taxes 42 cents
taxes
Corporation income 20 cents
17 cents
Payroll taxes 8 cents
Excise taxes 2 cents
Borrowing
Other revenue sources 11 cents
"| lllll

Tuesday, January 24, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

NEWS I
tages, but he added, we do not
have any intention of becoming
involved in the internal affairs
of Nicaragua."
The spokesman said he under understood
stood understood that embassy representa representatives
tives representatives made a couple of attempts
to get to the hotel" during the
night but were unsuccessful.

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Court Favors
Free Thought
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Su Supreme
preme Supreme court Monday struck down
a New York state law aimed at
keeping subversives out of the
school system.
The vote was 5 to 4. Justice
William J. Brennan Jr., speaking
for the majority, called die law
a regulatory maze."
The case was pictured as rais raising
ing raising the \ question of whether the
law abridged freedom of speedh
and thought and threatened aca academic
demic academic freedom.
In his opinion, Brennan said:
There can be no doubt of the leg legitimacy
itimacy legitimacy of New Yorks interest in
protecting its education system
from subversion.
But even though the govern governmental
mental governmental purpose be legitimate and
substantial, that purpose cannot
be pursued by means that broadly
stifle fundamental personal lib liberties
erties liberties when the end can be more
narrowly achieved.
The New York school loyalty
program has been built around the
so-called Feinberg law enacted
in 1949 and upheld by the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court in 1952.
A key change made since then
was an amendment to make it
applicable to state colleges.
The case was brought to the
court by five men who are now
or have been connected with the
Buffalo University.
They balked at signing the
berg Certificate," which says the
oath-taker is not a Communist
party member and if he ever has
been, he has revealed the fact to
the university.

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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

for sale
FOR SALE: refrigerator, stove S4O
each; two desks SSO each; two
chest of drawers S2O each; after
7 p.m. 413 NW 3rd Ave. (A-80-
4t-c)
GIRL wishes to sell 1965 Honda
SS, 65 cc. rarely used, excellent
condition, Call 378-6919 after 3:30
(A-80-st-c)
1965 VESPA motorscooter 150 cc.
1200 original miles, like new. $250
Call 378-2421. (A-80-3t-c)
55 MILLIMETER Yashica range
finder camera with lens adapter,
several filters, flash, case and
seperate meter. SSO. Call 378-
4096 after 5 p.m. (A-80-It-c)
TAPE RECORDER Channel
Master, Model 6547, 2 speeds 6
transistors. Brand new, never
used. Retails $130.00. Sell for
SIOO including microphone and
accessories. Call 378-4456. (A (A---
--- (A--- 3t-P)
FOR SALE: Electrical guitar amp amplifier,
lifier, amplifier, reverb, tremelo, 2 12
speakersone week old need
coins. Also Zenith Transoceanic
short-wave radio. Call Dave at
372-1095. (A-79- t-p)
1965 HONDA Dream, 4400 miles,
red, white wall tires, good con condition
dition condition $375. 372-6115. (A-79-3t (A-79-3tc)
c) (A-79-3tc)
GUITAR and Case, $25. Call 372-
7194 after 5 p.m. (A-76-st-p)
1966 YAMAHA, 100 cc, only months
old, excellent condition. 378-
6012. (A-79-2t-c)
8x35 TRAILER with 9x20 movable
cabana. Completely furnished good
condition, Call 372-4551 after 3:30
p.m. (A-76-10t-c)
FOR SALE: 1965 Honda 50cc. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent cond. Electric starter,
windshield, buco. Willing to talk
price. Call Larry 372-9313, Rm.
225 after 7 p.m. (A-77-4t-c)
AMP. 12 Spkr., 2-channels,
tone controls & Tremold $47.
Stereo-Columbia Portable $35.
Hal Herndon, 145 Grove Hall, Phone
376-9171, 1:30 to 5:00 p.m. (A-78-
3t-p)
FOR SALE: 1963 Honda Trail 55,
low mileage, sectioned frame, eng engine
ine engine recently overhauled. $175, call
378-6901; 111 NW 19th St. Rm.
14. (A-76- st-p)
SELL: NCX-3 transceiver 200
wts. 80-20 meters. SSB, AM,
CW. 3 yrs. old. Excellent shape.
Power supply NCX-3 for
$225.00. Used very little Call John
372-7176. (A-76-st-p)
1966 90cc HONDA. Excellent cond.
Low mileage with windshield and
buco pack. If interested call 378-
6282. Accept reasonable offer. (A (A---77-st-c)
--77-st-c) (A---77-st-c)
Bmiiiimiiiiimimtiimifg
NAVY VETERANS J
Z Pay billets Available in local S
j Naval Reserve Unit if you have
2 had experience in com muni- 5
Z cations, electronics or 2
m administrative ratings. Unit 5
2 meets every Wednesday eve-
2 ning 7-10 p.m. For infoS
5 contact LT. POLLACK at
Z 372-4838.
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for sale
VINCENT Black Shadow, Series
B. Contact Mike 376-3086. (A (A---
--- (A--- 3t-c)
FOR SALE
TELEVISION SET 18 G.E., Com-
pact slim cabinet excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. $60.00 Tonneau cover (red)
for Mark I A-H, Sprite SIO.OO.
Phone 376-0537 after 5 p.m. (A (A---
--- (A---
1961 DUCATI $125.00
1965 565 Honda SIBO.OO
1960 Allstate motorscooter. New
K
paint, motor in good condition. Can
be seen at 113 NE 20 St. Roger
Kesterton. SSO or best offer. (A (A---
--- (A--- 3t-p)
for rent
NEAR Walk to all important
University requirements. Two
rooms furnished, ground floor,
private entrance, quiet area, good
for grades. Reasonable rates, 376-
6494. (B-80-st-c)
SMALL one bedroom furnished,
air conditioned, clean, apt. Avail Available
able Available immediately, near campus,
S7O per month, Ernest Tew Realty,
call 376-6461/(B-78-2t-c)
ROOM and Board S6O per month.
One block from campus, 3 meals
per day, good food and study con conditions.
ditions. conditions. Cooperative Living, in inquire;
quire; inquire; Cooperative Living Organi Organization,
zation, Organization, 117 NW 15th St; 372-1916
(B-76-st-c)
TWO room suite, private, refrig refrigerator
erator refrigerator & washer. 1815 NW 7th Ave.
Phone Jackson, 372-9500 or 376-
3211, ext. 5606. (B-78-10t-c)
FOR RENT
Efficiency Apartments, 1 bedroom,
New, modern, furnished close to
campus. See Manager, 1100 S.W.
Bth Ave. (B-79-3t-c)
APARTMENT for rent, one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment built in kitchen,
air condition and heat. Three clos closets
ets closets and swimming pool. $95 per
month. Call 372-3826. (B-73-10t (B-73-10tc)
c) (B-73-10tc)
NEARWaIk 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)

FURNISHED room, bath, gas heat,
complete privacy, private en entrance.
trance. entrance. $45 per mo. all utilities
included. Jan. rent free. Call Bob
378-6067. (B-78-4t-c)
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for rent
SINGLE rooms, male grads. $45
per month. Maid, linens, parking,
private entrance, utilities all in included.
cluded. included. Close to school. Call Mike
378-5411. (B-79-st-c)
SUB-LEASE one bedroom furn furnished
ished furnished apartment, air conditioning,
swimming pool and laundry room.
The Summit House. Call 376-
0317. (B-80-4t-p)
wanted
3 BOYS needed to share super
house, 1 block from campus, fire
place, a/c, cable T.V. $36 per
month per person plus utilities.
1002 S.W. 6 Ave., 378-5544. (C (C---79-3t-c)
--79-3t-c) (C---79-3t-c)
FEMALE roommate wanted. Two
bedroom house, three blocks from
campus, modern, furnished, air
conditioned, television, $45 per
month. No Utilities. Call 376-
6145 and leave message. (C-70-
lOt-c)
MALE roommate wanted to share
modern one bedroom apartment.
$47.50 per month plus utilities,
Call 378-3946. (C-79-3t-p)
WANTED female roommate to
share expenses at Summit House
apartments. Inquire at 1701 S.W.
16th court. Apt. C-25. (C-78-3t-
P)
WANTED immediately used
baby stroller. Call 376-3717. (C (C---
--- (C--- st-c)
MALE roommate wanted to share
apartment. One block from cam campus,
pus, campus, air conditioned. $43.50 a
month plus utilities. Call Bill 376-
0516. (C-77-4t-c)
RIDE wanted to Ft. Lauderdale,
leaving Friday, January 27, after
11 a.m. Returning Sunday anytime.
Call 378-6214. (C-80-3t-nc)
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SECRETARIES AND TYPISTS
The University of Florida has posi positions
tions positions open for qualified secretaries
and typists. Positions vary in
duties and pay from beginning
levels to Executive Secretar Secretar'
' Secretar' ial. Applicants will be referred
to positions that best suit their
qualifications and preference.
Contact the Central Employment
Center, Bldg. E for Appointment.
(E-76-st-c)
HIRED hands needed. Waitress
full or part time. Apply to Trail Trailboss.
boss. Trailboss. Ponderosa Steak House,
Westgate Shopping Center. EE EE-7
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autos

1954 LINCOLN A.C., All power,
good condition. Call: 376-4535
or 378-4120. (G-78-st-c)
TR 3, 1961, $625, red, radio,
heater, white walls. Call 376-
2370. (G-78-3t-p)
FOR SALE AUTO
65 Porche (356-C) Immaculate
condition. AM-FM Blauplunk radio
many extras, call: 376-0952 after
5 p.m. (G-78-st-c)
1966 AUSTIN Healy Sprite, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, perfect mech mechanically,
anically, mechanically, more economical than
VW. Owner must sell imm: HiQ ip iply.
ly. iply. For further information, call
378-3949 after 5:30 p.m. (G-80-
3t-c)
1961 FORD convertible, V-8, P-S,
P-B, automatic transmission, good
condition, must sell Make offer.
Mr. Resnick, ext. 2061; evening
and weekends, 378-6838. (G-80-
st-c)
SIOO 52 DODGE with perfect
motor, good body, good tires. 372-
5012. (G-76-st-c)
1957 CHEVY hardtop, new paint,
301 cubes, 34 cam, AFB E 4
BBL., 4-11 positraction, 1500 miles
on engine since rebuilt. Other
goodies S6OO or best offer. Ken
Scher 419 T Graham Area. 376-
9161. (G-79-3t-c)
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VOLVO p. 1800. Pampered and
protected since 1963. Below aver average
age average mileage. Loaded, included air
conditioner. Below book SIBOO.
R. L. Crist 202 Bldg. Dor 2818
N.E. 21th Street. (G-75-st-c)
1960 GERMAN Ford Taunus; ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. $325, 17001-823
SW 16th Court. Call 378-4012.
(G-74-st-c)
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section, built in kitchen, fenced
yard, pool membership no qualify qualifying,
ing, qualifying, take up payment $98.90. PI&T
Inc. $50.00 down. 376-1898. (I (I---
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FLAMENCO Guitarist, Richard
Preist, every Thursday night 9:30
-12:30 p.m. at Winnjammer 520
S. 2nd Ave. (J-76-10t-c)
FLY to New Orleans in four
hours. Leave Sunday Jan. 29, re return
turn return Wednesday Feb. 1, Share ex expenses.
penses. expenses. Phone 372-0996. (J-80-
3t-p)
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Tuesday, January 24, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

lost-found
FOUND: Pair mens eyeglasses eyeglassesnear
near eyeglassesnear Anderson Hall. To claim, call
378-5664 after 6 p.m. (L-79-2t (L-79-2tc)
c) (L-79-2tc)
LOST: Friday AM on University
Ave. Brown paper bag containing
Cha user book and very important
papers. REWARD, call 376-1152
any time. (L-80-2t-c)

services
-
TUTORING in German by pro professional
fessional professional instruction. German 133
thru graduate exam. Reasonable
fee. Call 376-9674. (M-80-lt-c)
DRESSMAKING AND Sewing: suits
skirts, dresses, etc. Call 376-
0748. (M-70-10t-c)
ALL KINDS OF ALTERATIONS,
MENS, WOMENS
Zippers, pockets, hems, sleeves,
tapering and dressmaking. Call
372-2986. (M-73-llt-c)

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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 Streei (M-68-ts-c)
MOTHERS care and guidance in
private home for preschooler in infant.
fant. infant. Dial 376-7673 to make an
appointment for interview. (M-74-
st-c)
GARAGE parking 3 blocks from
campus. $lO per month. 372-8840
after 5 p.m. (M-77-st-c)
WOULD like to keep your child
in my home. Large yard, play playmates,
mates, playmates, good care, SW section.
Call 376-1331 (M-79-st-c)
LEARN the majestic dances of
the H&waiiain Islands or the
exotic dances of the Middle East.
Private or class instruction. Call
376-3581. (M-79-st-c)
ALTERATIONS of all kinds on
mens and womens clothing. Mrs.
Dora Manookian, 35 years of ex experience,
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University Ave. Speed Cut
Down 10 Miles Per Hour
Students may now live to graduate thanks to a recent action on the
part of the Gainesville police which reduced the speed limit on West
University Avenue.

The traffic between 13th and 20th Streets on West University was
officially reduced Monday from 35 m.p.h. to 25 m.p.h., according
to Capt. Courtnay Roberts, head of the traffic division.
Roberts said the speed reduction was made because of the
massive pedestrian crossing during class changes.
Since the city police do not have the power to place speed limits
on state highways, a recommendation to the State Department of
Highways had to be made.
The recommendation was approved and the signs were installed
Monday.

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We sat scared at lunch coun counters
ters counters for two and one-half hours,
some of us even getting hot food
spilled over our heads during the
protest. But we sat there deter-;
mined. The counters were in integrated.
tegrated. integrated.
Evaluating the current Negro
situation, Farmer said there are
few signs of actual improvement
for Negroes in America.
He pointed out that the accom accomplishments
plishments accomplishments of the civil rights
movements have mostly affected
the middle class Negroes.
The middle class Negroes,
Farmer said, are the ones
who can afford to eat downtown,
attend formerly all white schools
and go to the theatres.

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90 per cent of Negroes at the
bottom. It is herewhere poverty
and illiteracy are self-perpetuated
that non-violence is being
rejected. And non-violence is
being rejected because it has fail failed
ed failed to mobilize these people. Their
. victories have been limited.
Farmer explained the present
tactics of the civil rights move movement.
ment. movement.
We presently seek to appeal
less to the consciences of men,
and concentrate more on cam campaigns
paigns campaigns to changing the pract practices
ices practices of men.
Farmer explained, When an
employer hires a Negro because
it is a federal offense to discrim discriminate
inate discriminate against prospective em employees
ployees employees because of race, toe

Campus Briefs I
Pi Beta Phi, sorority, will meet
at th§ home of Mrs. Forest Tra Travis,
vis, Travis, Thursday at 7:30 p.m., 2055,
N.W. 18th Lane for a special meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Dean of Women Betty Cosby
will be the featured speaker. For
transportation call 376-4271.
Two UF graduates were named
to the prestigious list of out outstanding
standing outstanding elementary school teach teachers
ers teachers in the U.S. by an educa education
tion education magazine.
Mrs. Mildred K. Campbell, who
teaches math in second grade
at Fernandina Beach and Mrs.
Angelina Garcia, a teacher of
science and math in the Ballast
Point School system in Tampa,
were chosen for the honor by
Grade Teacher" in its January
issue.

employer's hiring the Negro
doesn't indicate that his pre prejudices
judices prejudices have changed, but his
practices certainly have chang changed."
ed." changed."
'Black Power/ said Farm Farmer
er Farmer half jokingly, is what we would
have Monday morning if all the
white people turned Made." In a
more serious light, he spelled
out a three-part definition of
the popular term which is also
the title of a novel by Negro
writer, Richard Wright:
A search for identity
and a developing of pride; a
ridding of self-rejection that
has been the result of the
white man's indoctrination.
Development of economic
potentials of ghettoes (more true
in the North than in the South)
where money is taken out of the
communitv; movement to estab establish
lish establish Negro businesses in Negro
communities and a pooling of
resources.
Development and effective
execution of political strength.
Farmer went oh to say that
the stripping of Rep. Adam Clayton
Powell's seniority is the inettrect
result of members of the white
backlash who have been alien alienated
ated alienated by the term Black Power."
Congressmen were barraged
with mail about Powell in at attempts
tempts attempts to eliminate this ostent ostentatious
atious ostentatious exhibition of Black
Power,' Farmer said. If,
however, the same action taken
against Powell were taken against
all congressmen, Congress would
have no quorum."
Farmer, author of Freedom,
When?" answered his own ques question
tion question by stating that there is
no certain ime in history that free freedom
dom freedom will be attained.
Freedom is not an end or a
goal. It is a process--that we
are gaining all along."



Gators Roll Past Bulldogs,
Beat Georgia For SEC Win

ATHENS The Georgia Bulldogs
made the Gators go right down
to the wire before succumbing,
&&-61 Monday night in a game that
saw plenty of thrilling action.
With 1:35 to go in the game, the
Gators held a slim two point mar margin.
gin. margin. Receiving some outstanding
defensive work from Dave Miller
and Gary Keller, Florida was able
to keep Georgia scoreless during
tots time.

Keller Second In SEC,
UF Leads Rebounding

Floridas rugged Gary Keller
was barely edged out of the SEC
rebounding lead by Mississippi
State's Dave Williams during last
weeks action.
Keller is averaging 10.8 re rebounds
bounds rebounds per game and Williams
bolds down first place with a 10.9
average.
Tennessee's all-around athlete,
Hon Widby, took over leadership
of the SEC basketball Scoring race.
Widby racked 29 points on tne
Bulldogs then 16 on the Gators
to ease past Louie Dampier of
Kentucky with an average of 23.9
to 23.2. Dampier scored 17 at
Florida, then 15 in the Georgia
showdown.
The injured Mike Nordolz of
Alabama remains third with the
only other 20-plus average, 23.1.
His teammate Guy Turner is now
fourth on 18.5, while Tom Hagan
of Vanderbilt is fifth at 17.7 and
Kenny Drost of LSU is sixth with
17.4.
Tennessee has the best defense,
permitting just 56 points per game.
Miss. State is second with 65 and
Florida third at 66.2. Florida gets
the rebounds, 50.5 per game.
Georgias junior forward, Jim
Youngblood, advanced to the top
spot in SEC field goal shooting
as he led the Bulldogs to a 49-40
victory over Kentucky.
Vanderbilts run and shoot
team leads the SEC in every scor scoring
ing scoring statistic, and from the top of
tbe heap, in this 1967 battle royal
for the championship.
High Court
Refuses
Braves Case
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court today refused to re reconsider
consider reconsider its denial of a hearing
tn the Milwaukee Braves base baseball
ball baseball case.
On Dec. 12 the court rejected
am appeal by Wisconsin Atty. Gen.
Bronson C. LaFollette from a
ruling against him by the State
Supreme court. The Wisconsin tri tribunal
bunal tribunal said state antitrust law could
ot be invoked to fight the trans transfer
fer transfer of the Milwaukee team to
Atlanta.
Three members of the Supreme
Court dissented from the brief
order of rejection on Dec. 12.
Tey were justices Hugo L. Black,
William O. Douglas and William
J. Brennan Jr., Justice Abe Fortas
bid not participate.
In a petition for reconsideration,
- LaFollette suggested that the vote
of three justices should be enough
to grant a hearing if only eight
The normal rule is
tftat four votes are necessary for
review.
The Braves began playing in At-.
tnta after completing the 1965
season in Milwaukee. Baseball has
Bug been exempt from antitrust
fews. Only Congress can change
that situation.

Jim Youngblood, Bulldog for forward,
ward, forward, was the high scorer for the
game v/ith 23 points. Unusual in
Youngbloods point production was
that he was 15 for 15 from the
charity line. Guard Dick Mclntosh,
who scored crucial points for
Georgia in the waneing moments
of play, tossed in 15 points. Don
Wicks was the second leading scor scorer
er scorer for the Bulldogs.

The Commodore quicksters
earned their G-l SEC record and
the accompanying 13-2 overall
mark .by hitting 51.5% of their
shots from the field and 76.6%
of their free throws for an av average
erage average of 84.6 points per game.

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For the Gators it was a story
of some fine defensive work from
offensive-minded Gary Keller.
Keller netted only three points
but turned in a fine job on the
boards.
Sophomore Neal Walk led the
Gators in points with 13, followed
closely by junior Dave Miller with
12. Miller scored six points in the
last three minutes which enabled
Florida to maintain its margin.
Gary McElroy also added 12
points, but fouled out with three
minutes to go in the game. Skip
Higley hit for 10 points for the
Gators.
Sophomore Boyd Welsch tossed
in eight points for Florida. Welsch
had a chance to sew the game
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Florida's next game is away
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