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Robert Shelton: Iconoclast Or Race Baiter?

By JIMMEY BAILEY
Alligator Staff Writer
Copyright, 1967, The Florida gator
I met Shelton under the mo : mend mendly
ly mendly of atmospheres. My interview with the
Imperial Wizard was set up by a very
good friend of mine in my hometown of
Bonifay. This friend shall remain anony anonyomous
omous anonyomous until a later time when he may
wish for his name to be released.
The interview was held in room num number
ber number three of the Sylvania Motel. My friend
was the only other person that was pre present
sent present during the entire interview. Present
only at the beginning and at the finish
was Mr. Sheltons chauffeur and body
guard, Melvin. I do not remember his
last name, but I wish that I did.
Melvin is a man of pro-football tac tackle
kle tackle stature. He is big and looks like
he can be mean. He probably caff, but
during my entire visit about four
hours Melvin demonstrated what a
truly gentle person he is.
Shelton was in Bonifay to make a talk
at a Klan rally that night -- Saturday,
Jan. 14. It was raining that night, but the
rally had an extremely good turnout. The

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CROWDS FOR SEMINAR AND TEACH-IN BOTH LARGE
Teach-In Raps Seminar

By HAROLD KENNEDY
Alligator Staff Writer
Quoting Japanese Haikus and poetry by
Ho Chi Minh, a teach-in Tuesday in the
Plaza of the Americas condemned the Na National
tional National Security Seminar presently in progress
in University Auditorium.
Some faculty members and students pro protested
tested protested the presence of the seminar on cam campus
pus campus and the content of the lectures.
They proclaimed the presence of the se seminar
minar seminar was evidence of the "authoritarian,
and discriminatory" practices of the ad administration,"
ministration," administration," and branded the content of the
semin*- as on the intellectual level of
sevt!.... graders."
Military officers, on a break from the
seminar ringed the audience and watched
silently. They had been instructed by the

IL Alligator sports writer Jimmey Bailey
departs far afield in writing this, the
SMfcw ifirst of a three part interview with
Robert Shelton, Imperial Wizard of the
Ku Klux Klan Bailey is one of only
fi ve newsmen to obtain such an exten extensive
sive extensive interview with Shelton o
BAILEY

following afternoon and night, there was
a rally and fish fry in Panama City
about 60 miles from Bonifay. This event
also had a good turnout. Friday night,
there had been a rally held in Vernon Vernonabout
about Vernonabout 12 miles from Bonifay.
Shelton was dressed in a neat-looking
green suit. I had breakfast with him,
Melvin, and my friend. During that time
we all talked about, among other things,
the University of Florida its good
and bad points and the Alligator.

University of Florida, Gainesville

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leader of the seminar to remain aloof, it
was learned later.
A lone exception was a reserve Air Force
officer and former UF student who decried
the beatnik appearance" of the protestors.
Most of the objectors, he said, seemed not
to have attended the lectures. He insisted
that much of value could be learned in the
seminar.
Dr. Marshall Jones, assistant professor
of psychology, claimed that the presence of
the Seminar pointed out discrimination on
the part of the administration. The Civil
Liberties Union, he said, had been denied
permission to hold a meeting on campus.
Jones was told that it was contrary to
universitys policy to allow a non-campus
organization to hold meetings on university
soil.
(SEE TEACH-IN" PAGE 2)

Shelton said that he was impressed with
the paper and since then I have entered
a subscription in his name to this news newspaper.
paper. newspaper.
BAILEY: Mr. Shelton, to start the ques questioning
tioning questioning would you like to elaborate on
the Klan and its purposes?
SHELTON: Well, first of all, the purpose
of the United Klans of America is to
bring about a bond of unity of the White,
Christian, American citizen; to fight and
oppose the anti-Christ and to oppose the

Religions Problem
Arrogance.. Pike
By HAROLD KENNEDY
Alligator Staff Writer
The real problem with religion, Bishop James A. Pike told over
8,000 in Florida Gym Tuesday night, is its geo-parochialism
the arrogance of thinking mans earth to be the center of Gods
attention. And the arrogance of thinking that there is only one way
to salvation.
Pike was speaking at the convocation of Religion-In-Life week
on the subject, The Conflict Between Religion And Science.
The conflict is, as Pike sees it, between the Biblical way of thought
and the empirical method.
Empirical thought moves from a collection of data, through an
affirmation based upon the data, to an action based upon the affirma affirmation.
tion. affirmation. It had its birth in the intellectual revolution of the 17th century.
Religious thought is based upon the theory of divine revelation
which flourished in the middle ages.
Religion must turn to empiricism or it is through, he said.

**l will make certain affirma affirmations
tions affirmations upon data/' he said. He
(Pike) can compile enough data,
Pike noted, to believe in a Unus
--a personal transcendence or
creator. He learns this from the
observable order, beauty, pre predictability
dictability predictability and form in the uni universe.
verse. universe.
Pike believes that man can sur survive
vive survive death. One thing that adds to
that belief is the experiments be being
ing being conducted in the field of extra extrasensory
sensory extrasensory perception, which point out
that man is transcendent of the
time-space sequence.
The third thing that Pike be believes
lieves believes is that man should live for
others. To be mature is to spurn
reward and to do right because
it is right.
These are all of Pikes beliefs.
Until I master these three, he
said, Ill need no more.
Pike said the church is in great
peril. Religion must speak to our
own time, he proclaimed or it is
through.
People read about religion, study
it, and go to hear about it. But
they dont go to church.
Religious leaders must realize
that things have changed since
Christian doctrine was estab established.
lished. established.
(SEE ** RELIGION'S PAGE 2)

ian people in America today must main maintain
tain maintain Christ in their daily lives as well
as in the organization in the United Klans
of America.
BAILEY: Mr. Shelton, could you explain
how the Klan is trying to expose its ideas,
its beliefs, what it is fighting for?
SHELTON: As I previously stated, we are
basically fighting for a Constitutional
government as given to us by our fore forebearers,
bearers, forebearers, to maintain the interpretation that
our constitution stipulated in the begin beginning
ning beginning of its conception.
Our basic problem today is to bring
about the necessary program to educate
communistic conspiracy that has been set
forth in the pattern of destruction against
the republic.
BAILEY: Should we re-emphasize that
this organization is anti-Communist and
Christ-like for Christ? And that it
upholds the Bible and Christ and God?
SHELTON: Yes. As any sensible person
should realize that to disobey the Word
of God, to be a disbeliever of Christ Christianity,
ianity, Christianity, would be the basic downfall of
any individual, his family, or his govern government.
ment. government.
And it is only natural that the Christ Christ(SEE
(SEE Christ(SEE ROBERT PAGE 16)

Wednesday, January 25, 1967

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, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, January 25, 1967

Page 2

Religions
Problem:
Arrogance

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But church leaders are too
busy,* Pike said, being corpor corporation
ation corporation presidents to be bishops bishopsthat
that bishopsthat is thinking, studying and de defending
fending defending the faith.
Speaking of the doctrine of the
Trinity, Bishop Pike asked, three
persons in one substance. What
does that mean? To some,
he said, it means a committee
God. In Africa, where' Christ Christianity
ianity Christianity is battling Islam, the
people often choose Islam as
a replacement for their pri primitive
mitive primitive religions, rather than
Christianity, because they choose
a simple monotheism rather than
three-in-one.
" The correlation between re religion,
ligion, religion, Pike said, and ethics is
rapidly reversing now people
often give moral reasons for leav leaving
ing leaving the church.
The Bishop puts little faith
in the unchanging moral law.
It always seems to be about
sexnever war.
The Bishop's talk crackled with
dry, diamond-hard witticisms.
Its safer these days being the
vice-president of a university,
he cracked to UF Vice-President
Frederick Conner in the opening
words of his address, referring
to the firing of President Kerr
of Berkeley.
His definition of the reknown
rhythym method for birth control
is Vatican Roulette.
The church was dragged kick kicking
ing kicking and screaming into the twent twentieth
ieth twentieth century, he noted while
pointing out the archaic character
behind much church doctrine.

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Teach-In Raps Seminar

Prom Page 1

Jones denied that the National
Liberation Front is a puppet of
Hanoi, Hanoi actually discouraged
the revolution in the south, he said.
Some Communist countries ac actually
tually actually have more democracy, than
do some allies of the U.S.
Yugoslavia as opposed to Argen Argentina,
tina, Argentina, for instance, he added.
Afterwards a U.S. Marine col colonel,
onel, colonel, who asked not to be quoted,
accused the demonstrators of dis distortion.
tortion. distortion. Dr. Megill, he claimed,
wrote the article which appeared
in Monday's Alligator before the
seminar got underway. Is that

Student Body Must Protest
Proposed Tuition Hike: Tyree

In a series of policy statements
Tuesday Larry Tyree, University
Party presidential candidate lash lashed
ed lashed out at several problems he said
must be corrected and begun
if the University of Florida is to
achieve true greatness.
The student body must have a
voice in Tallahassee to oppose
the proposed SSO increase in tui tuition
tion tuition for each quarter next year,
Tyree said. He proposed a lobby
for the students which would not
be afraid to speak out on con controversial
troversial controversial state issues which af affect
fect affect the students of this state.
Second, Tyree also proposed an
advisory board composed of lead leaders
ers leaders from all areas of the campus

intellectual honesty? the colonel
asked.
The colonel postulated that the
officers had been instructed not to
speak out at the teach-in because
we can't afford to get involved
in a circus.
We will not have any demon demonstration,
stration, demonstration, Jones insisted, of de democratic
mocratic democratic process, until this sit situation
uation situation is changed.
Society has gone sour, said
Allen Levin, President of SDS,
on a lot of good revolutionary
terms. He decried the author authoritarianism,
itarianism, authoritarianism, racism and imperial imperialism
ism imperialism in modern American society.
We must stop what's going on,
he insisted, referring to the se seminar,
minar, seminar, and called the attending
officers organized criminals."
President Johnson was pictured as

to provide a means of feed feedback
back feedback for student government of
the needs and suggestions of the
student body. The Board would be
composed of dorm and residence
representatives especially, with
other members from each frater fraternity
nity fraternity and campus organization and
would meet biweekly.
In addition, Tyree urged that
Student Government be stream streamlined
lined streamlined to prevent needless dup duplication
lication duplication of duties and responsi responsibilities.
bilities. responsibilities. Tyree proposed a Cab Cabinet
inet Cabinet of only five members be besides
sides besides the President in place of
the present larger number.

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ordering the bombing of civil civilians.
ians. civilians.
Several speakers protested the
conduct of the seminar. Dr. Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth Megill, assistant professor of
philosophy, said he found the tac tactics
tics tactics used in the lectures little
better than those used by Stalin.
Jones pointed holes in the
anti-Communist, military view viewpoint.
point. viewpoint. He denied that Commun Communism
ism Communism is a single, united conspir-
The place for the kind of dis discussion
cussion discussion that Megill and the oth others
ers others advocated, he thought, would
be in a program similar to that
of the recent ACC ENT symposium,
with qualified speakers defending
both sides in an organized dis discussion.
cussion. discussion.
There will be a time for ques questions
tions questions and discussion in the se seminar,
minar, seminar, however. Questions will be
entertained, the marine noted, on
Thursday, from about 2 to 4 p.m.

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No Longer
Elective
The 1967 election slate will be
put before the student body min minus
us minus three positions. Positions on
the Board of Student Publications
will be appointive, in compliance
with the Board of Student Publi Publications
cations Publications charter.
The positions in the past have
been the general ballot by the
president of the student body, be because
cause because it was felt to be more eq equitable,
uitable, equitable, according to Ed Dunn,
Chancellor of the Honor Court.
Student Body President, Buddy
Jacobs made the position appoin appointive
tive appointive again this year in a move
which returns to the charter's
specification.
Unless the charter is revised,
the position will continue to be
appointed.



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Joyce Brothers Here Monday

Dr. Joyce Brothers, once described by a television columnist
as a combination of Loretta Young, Marilyn Monroe and Dr.
Freud, will be the guest speaker Monday at the Florida Union
Forum.
She will speak at 8:15 p.m., in University Auditorium.
Dr. Brothers, who shattered tradition with her admission to
Sigma Xi, national honorary society for men in scientific research,
writes a daily syndicated column for over 200 newspapers.
She has been a regular guest on the Johnny Carson Tonight
Show in addition to presenting her own dally half-hour television
program on the ABC network.
A graduate of Cornell University, she was awarded her Ph.D
in psychology from Columbia University.
Utilizing her talents in psychology and writing to the maximum
keeps Dr. Brothers on a busy schedule.
In addition to her lectures and her column on the meanings
behind the news, Dr. Brothers serves as psychological consultant
for a wide range of businesses.
For the past two years, she also has served as a contributing
editor to Good Housekeeping Magazineand is the author of
several books.
Tickets for Dr. Brothers* lecture are now on sale at the Florida
Union box office. Prices are $1 for the general public and 50
cents for students and faculty.

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Harris Cynical About Everything

By EUNICE TALL
Alligator Staff Writer
J
Newspaper columnist Syndey Harris told an informal gathering
of coeds at the Delta Phi Epsilon sorority house that they could
ask him non-political questions if they wished.
What are your hobbies? Someone asked, to which he even
more quickly answered that he doesnt like to discuss his hobbies
with a group of nice young things.
The noted journalist was a luncheon guest of the sorority Sat Saturday
urday Saturday during his visit to campus for the Accent *67 Symposium
program.
Harris now 50, spoke easily as he smoked cigarettes in the living
roomI started writing when I was eight-years-oldfor
my elementary school newspaper. .
I originally wanted to be a writer, but I wasnt good enough to

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Wednesday, January 25, 1967, The Florida Alligator,
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be a real one so I went into Journalism, he said.
As a journalist he became a success. He is the winner of the
first Page One Award annually presented by the Chicago News Newspaper
paper Newspaper Guild, the 1957 Friends of Literature Ferguson Award for
the best column, and many others.
On political topics, Harris charged that the firing of University
of California president, Dr. Clark Kerr, was a purely political
move by a know-nothing governor (Ronald Reagan).
He spoke of the election of Reagan as being unbelieveable
and of California being the theater of the absurd.
' I just hope Reagan is as good a politician as Dirkson is an
actor, he said.
Speaking of other governors, Harris said referring to George
Maddox of Georgia, You cant run a state with an 18th Century
man. He speculated that Georgia could survive the long-range
effect of Maddox if the people could withstand the short-range
trauma.
He spoke of the upsurge in the Republican party popularity
as evidenced by the recent elections.
Theres always a gain of the out-party during the odd years,
he said. Harris noted white backlash and dissatisfaction with the
Viet Nam war, by voters on both sides, as other explanations
for the return of Republican office holder.
About the congressional firing of Rep. Adam Clayton Powell,
(D-N.Y.) Harris thought Powell was being punished for not
being immoral, but not being discreet. Powell did openly what
most congressmen do privately. He was not punished for being
a crook, but for not being a gentleman.
If the investigations stop with Powell, we havent accomplished
a thing. But this may lead to a stricter code for public officers
and more investigations.
Harris is he author of Strictly Personal, a column which
appears in more than 100 newspapers in the United States and
Canada. He is the author of Strictly Personal, 1953, Majority
of One, 1957, Last Tilings First, 1961, and On the Contrary,
1964.
Speaking about Jackie Kennedy and her law suit against William
Manchester, author of The Death of a President, Harris said
he thought the suit was fabricated and in keeping with the Mach Machiavellian
iavellian Machiavellian attitude of the Kennedys.
About Charles DeGaulle: I have a contemptuous admiration
for him. I think hes the greatest French statesman for the 18th
Centurv.
Then someone asked Harris what were the aims of his column.
To pay off two mortgages and send five children through col college,
lege, college, he answered.

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Page 4

:, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, January 25, 1967

Cabinet Approves
Hike In Driver Fees

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Rais Raising
ing Raising drivers' license exam fees
from a dollar to three dollars
in Florida to help swing an $8
million increase in the highway
patrols biennial budget was given
the nod by the Cabinet Tuesday.
The Cabinet also pledged its sup support
port support in recommending to the leg legislature
islature legislature the hiring of 265 facul faculty
ty faculty members at four Florida uni universities.
versities. universities.
Both items had come up at len lengthy
gthy lengthy budget hearings last week and
official Cabinet approval was
sought before handing the recom recommendations
mendations recommendations to the legislature
meeting in regular session in
April.
H. N. Kirkman, director of pub public
lic public safety, said the increase in
drivers' license tests would bring
in more than $4.7 million annual annually
ly annually as compared to $1.5 million
under the current charges. He also
recommended the hiking of re-ex re-examination
amination re-examination of drivers' licenses
from $5 to sls.
Gov. Claude Kirk noted the in increase
crease increase in the fees would boost
Florida into the top 10 states in
the license charge scheduled. 4 'We
are just getting the fees in line,"
Kirk said.
The governor apparently thought
the Cabinet would have the last
say in the matter of raising the
fees but it was pointed out the
Cabinet could only make strong
recommendations and then the le legislature

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bility responsibility of changing the law to allow
for the increase. Kirk said he re recommended
commended recommended the increase in fees
be initiated at the earliest pos possible
sible possible date."

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Budget Geared To Long War

WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Johnson proposed Tuesday a
4 4 let us not retreat federal bud budget
get budget of $172.4 billion, geared to
an indefinite war in Vietnam and
modest progress toward the Great
Society at home. Congress vowed
to cut it.
The President called for increa increased
sed increased taxes, including his proposed
6 per cent Income tax surcharge,
and higher postal rates, starting
with a July 1 boost in first class
mail from five to six cents and
air mail from eight to nine cents.

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The $172.4 billion total for 12
months starting July 1 is in the
4 4 cash budget, regarded as a
truer measure of government re revenues
venues revenues and expenditures because
it includes Social Security, high highway
way highway construction and other trust
funds. These funds are not part
of Johnsons proposed $135 billion
administrative. or traditional
4 4 spending budget."
No matter how it is figured,
both Democrats and Republicans
made plans to trim Johnsons spen spending

Hundreds Perish
In Heavy Rains

RIO DE JANEIRO (UPI) State
government officials Tuesday said
more than 500 persons, and pos possibly
sibly possibly as many as 800, perished
in heavy rains, floods and land landslides
slides landslides that wiped outseveral com communities
munities communities during the weekend.
Nilo Estaves, secretary to Rio
de Janeiro State Gov. Teotonio de
Araujo, said the worst hit towns
west of Rio Tuesday were Pirai,
Volta Redonda, Paracambi, Ma-

ding spending program to try to avoid the
higher taxes, despite the Presi Presidents
dents Presidents contention that waste and
nonessentials have been cut out
and that major reductions would
be dangerous.
Within an hour after he sub submitted
mitted submitted his fiscal 1968 budget to
Congress, the President asked an
additional $9.1 billion in supple supplemental
mental supplemental defense funds for the cur current
rent current fiscal year, which ends June
30. Much of this is to meet un unplanned
planned unplanned new costs in Vietnam.

zomba and Coroados.
Without fear of error you can
place the death toll at over 500
in Mazomba and Coroados alone
Esteves said. 44 These two towns
plus Itaguai, were almost wiped
off the map.
State Secretary of Security Ed Eduardo
uardo Eduardo Pfeel, touring the stricken
area, estimated the death toll would
eventually reach 800. Agostinho
Matos, an officer in Pfeels de department
partment department coordinating disaster
date said the confirmed dead fi figure
gure figure exceeded 200 while 600 re residents
sidents residents of the town of Mazomba
remained unreported.

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India Club
Sets Celebration
Members of the UF India Club
will celebrate the 17th anniversary
of Indian Republic Day Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday.
Dr. Allen M. Sievers, professor
of economics, will be the featured
speaker at the celebration, be beginning
ginning beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Student Center, 1604 W. Uni University
versity University Ave.
Sievers will speak on the
economic aspects of Indian life.
Club President Pramod Chem Chemburkar
burkar Chemburkar has extended an open in invitation
vitation invitation to all University faculty,
staff and students to attend the an annual
nual annual event.

Federal Money Available
For Housing: Shepherd

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presidential candidate, Tuesday
announced his program for the im improvement
provement improvement of off-campus housing
conditions.
Shepherd said more emphasis
should be placed on the 7,000
students living off-campus.
This figure constitutes more
than one-third of the student body
and they have been receiving less
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Discussion
The ice is melting. The Nat National
ional National Security Seminar is soft softening.
ening. softening. Courtesy of the UF Vet Veterans*
erans* Veterans* club seminar members
are going to be available for de debate
bate debate and discussion.
Marine Col. William L. Flake
and Air Force Col. Robert T.
Hos, members of the seminar
team, will speak before the vets
Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union Auditorium.
Topic for the night will be China
and South East Asia.
After the talks both military men
will throw the floor open to ques questions.
tions. questions.
The vets programmed this dis discussion
cussion discussion last Friday. They describe
the event as a service for the
campus and community.**
Veterans* Club President Bart
Kimball emphasized that Flake
and Hus had agreed to speak be before
fore before Tuesdays teach-in.

Government,* Shepherd said.
Shepherd, who traveled to Wash Washington
ington Washington last year to get funds for
multi-level parking facilities, said
federal funds are available for the
construction of low cost off-cam off-campus
pus off-campus student housing.
Many of our students are liv living
ing living on incomes below the $3,000
per year level set down by the
Poverty program as a base line
for eligibility for Federal assis assistance.**
tance.** assistance.** he said.
There is no reason students
shouldnt be able to take advan advantage
tage advantage of the same assistance of offered
fered offered other groups in our society,
Shepherd said.
Shepherd said Student Govern Government
ment Government should act as a spokesman
for the student in Washington,
Tallahassee or any other area
responsible for our welfare.*
Shepherd said sections of the
Bankhead-Jones act of 1963 (Aid
to Education Act) specifically state
that funds can be made available
for such projects if we will
only stand up and ask.*

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Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor
ANDY MOOR 808 BECK
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Opinions of columnists do not uecessanly reflect the
editorial viewpoint of the Alligator. The only official
voice of the Alligator staff Is the editorial in the left
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:

Financial Genius?
Dear Governor Kirk:
It certainly is good to have a big finan financial
cial financial expert like you as our governor. You
can put a lot of things into the proper
perspective that we would never have seen
before.
Take this matter of the proposed tuition
increase. Supt. of Schools Floyd Christian
doesnt think much of it because it could
put an extra burden on parentsespecially
those with two or more children in college
at the same time.
i'T
>
Your comptroller (and ours, we regret regretfully
fully regretfully admit), good old Fred O. (Bud)
Dickinson, lives in a little world of his
own where all college students drive new
Cars and eat lunch at the country club,
so he doesnt think the increase would
bother college students in the least.
Now, from our point of view, a 30 per
cent increase seems like a lot. Its cer certainly
tainly certainly larger than what wed think of as
a normal rate increase. Its almost in inflationary,
flationary, inflationary, in fact, and we didnt think
you approved of such things. Not to men mention
tion mention the fact that you promised no new
taxes and, Governor, what would this tui tuition
tion tuition increase be if not a tax a tax on
students?
We were really disturbed, Governor,
until you spoke up and said you didnt
think that repaying S6OO (the increase in
the cost of getting a degree) over a life lifetime
time lifetime would prevent any student from going
to college. And youre absolutely right--
as always.
Now, lets see, Governor, if we figure
the average person graduates at 22 and
lives to be 65, thats 43 years we have
to pay, or $16.27 a year. Very reasonable
indeed, this easy payment plan of yours.
We assume, naturally, that in accordance
with your wishes, the school will no longer
demand FULL PAYMENT at registration?
You are indeed a financial genius, gover governor.
nor. governor. One last question where should we
send our annual payments?
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Its Party Time Again

By NEWT SIMMONS
Alligator Columnist
Tea for two and two for tea .
me for you and you for me .
(A smokefilled room some somewhere
where somewhere on the campus of the Uni University
versity University of Florida . .)
Voice Cough cough
hack. Isn't there enough smoke
In here already ... you can stop
burning those newspapers now.
Second voice. Well, I can
still see a few people and I'd
just as soon have enough smoke
in here so nobodyll know for
sure whod speaking. I dont wanna
be quoted.
Voice Yeah, okay. But lets
get this show on the road. Youre
going to be Unifarsity Party this
year, right? Cough . .cough
. .cough . .
Second Yeah ... we were
Stoodunt Party last year and
year before last Collegiate Party
and, before we lost those three
houses in the big 64 shift we
were Active Party, but we kind
a like to continue the college motif
of the last coupla years . .choke
. . coff.
Voice Yeah, okay . .just
make sure* you remember and get
the same name on all your post posters
ers posters . .choke . .last year you
kept forgetting ... S o did your can candidates
didates candidates sometimes . .
Second Not this year, theyre
writing it down inside their wallets,
orders . .hack
Voice Good, well, as you no
doubt -- gagggh know, were
Untied Party a coalition of the
old Incision Party, G.O.T.E. (Gasp
of The Electorate) Party, Gader
Party and, of course, Birthday
Party . .(A Loud Chorus of
gasps, exclamations and protests
0
What, Birthday Party? They're
not in the club . .whered you
get them .? . What kind of
swindle you pulling ....?
Voice lts all perfectly leg legitimate.
itimate. legitimate. We paid off Boylbolls
radish bill and took over the
party .. thats 67 bloc votes
weve got there . tough luck,
you guys.
Second voice Wait a minute,
if you pulled that, you havent been
playing around with the remnants
of Apathy Party, those no-good
outsiders, have you?
Voice Chuckle,chuckle . .
youre on your toes, arent you?
... a little slow, but on your
toes . .no, we could have
bought Apathy for $4.98, $5.25 with
the slogan, but they said wed have
to take Ernie Litz with the deal
and that ....
Second Out of the question
.... why the beer bill alone
99

Voice ]fes . staggering
. . and, speaking of money, well
hold our expenditures down to
SISOO, if youll do the same .
Second Voice But youll cheat
and double cross us .. just
like always . .
Voice True, but not by more
than $250 . .
Second Well, as long as thats
understood. By the way, you bet better
ter better lay off our printer this year

Voice Now, nowalls fair
in love and politics, you know. Can
you give me one reason why we
should lay off your printer?
Second Because if you dont,
there are going to be some very
unfortunate occurences happening
such as yout car is likely some
night to decide to start itself
on the top of a hill and plow into
the front door of your fraternity
house at 90 miles an hour .
maybe . see?
Voice Ah yes, a concrete and
reasonable explanation. I think
well agree to that . care to
shake on it?
Second Put down that knife

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Hard-working columnist Simmons

and shut up . what about the
platform . youre not promis promising
ing promising anything are you?
Voice Sircall me a liar,
if you will; a scoundrel, a thief
or whatever but do you
think were FOOLS? As I re re-15
-15 re-15 call, were promising creative,
dynamic leadership to meet the
needs of a growing University and
its student body through three threeway
way threeway relief of the major causes of
stomach upset and discomfo . .
Second Wait a minute .
thats not entirely original is it?
Voice Well, we copied some
from a bottle ... it seemed good
. . anyway, we go on to offer
effective solutions to the prob problems
lems problems that beset our student body
through churning, bubbling action
and . .
Second Okay .okay .
thats are right, except for that
business about solutions. Thats
a little far out. Why not consid consideration
eration consideration of solutions for a more
hazy-sounding and indefinite ap approach?
proach? approach?
Voice Well, okay but only
if you change the desire to serve
you the students to desire
to serve the best interests of the
student body in your declara declaration
tion declaration of candidacy.
Second Now how the hell did
you get hold of that?
Voice One of our boys wrote
it before his house jumped over
to you, remember?
Second I guess soits hard
to remember whos who, some sometimes.
times. sometimes.
Voice Thats good. As diffi difficult
cult difficult as it is for US to know who's
in charge, you can imagine how
IMPOSSIBLE it is for the vot voters
ers voters to know.
Voice By the way, are you
going to mention how your pre presidential
sidential presidential candidate did last tri trimester,
mester, trimester, gradewise? We might.*
Second You might also bring

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up how your boy was found in the
gutter a couple of months ago by
two of our boy scouts ... re remember,
member, remember, the night someone with
a car much like his led the cops
a merry chase before escaping


Voice We could mention that
your would-be treasurer has had
no less than eight traffic tickets
fixed . .
Second Yes and we might have
to inquire into the marital status
of your vice-presidential won wonderboy
derboy wonderboy and his room mate, whoever
she is . .
Voice I think we may reach
an impasse here. The only solu solution
tion solution would seem to be a complete
avoidance of the truthusual
rules.
Second You mean make up
anything we want to, but no fair
saying anything that even ap approaches
proaches approaches the truth . unlimited
falsification?
Voice Thats right. At the end
of the campaign, the creator of
the most outrageous story gets a
prize .
Second ln the event of a tie?
Voice duplicate prizes
will be awarded . .many of them

Second Agreed.
Second Listen are you going
to tear down our signs again and
spread stories that our presi presidential
dential presidential candidate is a junkie and
a sex pervert and has a 1.2 aver average
age average and plans to spend student body
funds on a domed swimming pool
for his fraternity house?
Voice Only if you do it to
us . .
Second Well, weve already
started . .ho ho.
Voice -- By god, if you blow
that deal for the domed swim swimming
ming swimming pool on us ... .
Second Oh no . .not that
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EDITOR:
- *~
I want to think you and tell you how much I
appreciate the photograph of our sad fountain on
the front page of the Alligator Friday. Finally,
through the good labors of many, today it looks
better.
It may be of interest to your readers to know
why the fountain reverts, each month, to the state
shown in your picture.
The fountain works on the system of circulating
the water in the pool and thus becomes conjested
in some of the following ways: (a) fraternity pledges
are bapllzed with mud from the adjacent Gator
Pond and then rinsed off in the fountain; (1)
it is a popular dog washing center; (c) in the spring

Simmons Motives Questioned

EDITOR:
In regard to the article concern concerning
ing concerning Alachua in your Jan. 11 issue
of the Alligator, we would like
to express our appreciation for
your showing such an interest,
which we are sure is shared by
your fellow students in our com community.
munity. community. However, we would like to
question your motive, factual in information
formation information and journalistic capabil capabilities.
ities. capabilities.
You yourself, stated that you
had all the necessary equipment and
that at eight oclock at night on
a deserted street flashbulbs began
flaring. Then in departing you turn turned
ed turned around twice and took a few
turns, seven or eight. Had you
left town promptly after completing
your picture-taking you would
have aroused no suspicion.
We would also like to ques question
tion question your factual information.
Alachua is 15 miles rather than
10 miles from Gainesville. The
fseedy bar that you referred to
is merely a pool room that sells
beer.
Alachua is certainly no decay decaying
ing decaying town, as close examination
of the businesses and industry
lying on the outskirts of town will
point out.
Your attitude and stvle of report-
Newt
(FROM PAGE 6)
. .not if you promise to in invite
vite invite us over.
Voice Well, of course, what
are friends for?*
Second I really appreciate it
. . you know, I dont think well
even be too awfully disturbed if
by some chance you should win
this year.
Voice Well, we feel the same
way about you. After all, were
all brothers and all, besides,
if we win youll get all the
appointments youre supposed to
get barring a double cross,
naturally.
Second Naturally, say, what
are we going to do about this other
party thats registered?
Voice Same as always .
goon their posters . .spread the
rumors . .send sorority girls
around campus saying that their
candidate just isnt cool at
all ... dont sweat it. Theyre
a loser .
Second -- Their candidates not
bad . .hes know, hes ex experienced,
perienced, experienced, the whole bit.
Voice Does he have money?
No. Does he have slave labor?
No. Whats the sweat ... we bet better
ter better leave the, cough, smoke
is beginning to clear .
Second . .Yeah, see you later
. . dont forget your platform
ts

Voice Thats YOUR platform
... I think.
Second Could be .. .
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ing is somewhat depuiaDie. You
implied that the persons in the
seedy bar were the leading citi citizens
zens citizens of Alachua, which could not
be further from the truth. You
also implied that the citizens of
Alachua looked toward the Uni University
versity University of Florida with a religious
humbleness.
With all due respect to the Uni University
versity University as a great institution of
learning we cannot possibly see
how you made this assumption.

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mass mold. products. G**
And we dont stop with looking, either. When we find But theres one thing well never run through an
the man, we try to cultivate his uniqueness. With a College assembly line. You.
Graduate Program which offers immediate opportunities for So, if you want to be more than just another face in the
individual development. With a rotational assignment sys- crowd, write our College Recruiting Department. Or Better
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certain fertility rites appear to be performed
under the soothing spray and (d) on occasions
I have observed happy couples sporting through
foaming suds of detergent to pose Diana like
on the fountain and lights.
(This has already destroyed one special under underwater
water underwater light receptical and if continued it will
damage, beyond use, the spray mechanism not to
mention the fact that our Dianas might be
electrocuted!)
I would hope we all are proud of the added
beauty which the Fine Arts Complex adds to the
campus, and I for one would be most appreciative
of any help and care rendered in maintaining it
for future Gators.
ROY C- CRAVEN, JR.

We feel that you are using our
whole town as an outlet for your
dismay toward our police depart department.
ment. department.
In conclusion we would like to
again thank you for the interest
you have shown us. We would
hope that this would cause you to
re-examine your article and con consider
sider consider the facts more closely next
time.
A GROUP OF SOPHOMORE
STUDENTS SANTA FE HIGH

Wednesday, January 25, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

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- Notices To Public Functions
Office, Florida Union

Wednesday, January 25
Vista: Film "A Year Toward Tomorrow," Union
Aud., 11:30, 12:30 and 3:00 p.m.
AIA Film Series: "The Gospel in Stone,** 105-B
AFA, 8:00 p.m.
Fine Arts Committee: Meeting, 118 Union, 7:30
p.m.
Art Lecture: Mr. Gene Baro, "Contemporary Art
in Great Britain* 105-B AFA, 8 p.m.
Dept, of Music and Gville Philharmonic: Concert,
Yuri Yamamoto, pianist, Univ. Aud., 8:15 p.m.
UF Swimming Team: Fla. vs. Alabama, Fla. Pool,
4 p.m.
Deseret Club: Film and Discussion, "A Positive
Approach to Science and Religion," Latter Day
Staint Student Center, 7:30 p.m. The Public is
invited.
Latin American Colloquium: Dr. Koefod,"Economic
Growth and Take-Off,** 324 Union, 8 p.m.
Fla. Speleological Society: Meeting, 212 Union,
7 p.m.
Phi Sigma Sigma: Lecture, 116 Union, 7:00 p.m.
Mensa: Daily luncheons, table on west side of
Main Cafeteria, 11-1 p.m.

The Duplicating Service at the Florida Union will
be open for business the following hours:
Mon. 3:30 5:00, Tues. 1:30 3:30, Wed.
2:00 5:00, Thurs. 1:30 3;30, Fri. 3:30 5:00
Materials for duplicating should be submitted 24
hours (minimum) in advance .of time needed to
assure delivery. All work will be done on a first firstcome,
come, firstcome, first serve basis. All materials should be left
and picked-up in Room 108, Florida Union.
MORTAR BOARD APPLICATIONS: Applications
are now being taken for membership in mortar
Board, national senior womens honorary society.
Applications are available at the Information Desk
in Florida Union and roust be returned by Jan. 25.
Members are chosen on the basis of scholarship,
leadership and service to the University. Applicants
roust be a junior or plan to graduate before the
second quarter of 1968. For further information
contact Lee Ann Draud or Candy Hampton, 376-
9874.
OFFICE-HOLDING REQUIREMENTS: In order to
participate or hold an office in an extracurricular
activity, a student must be in satisfactory academic
standing and free of disciplinary or scholastic pro probation
bation probation and must be a full-time student enrolled
in a minimum of 12 hours. These qualifications
apply to all athletic teams, debate ami forensic
groups, dramatics and musical groups, and repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the student body and chartered or organizations.
ganizations. organizations.

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Campus Calendar

STUDENT FINANCIAL AID: Applications for stu student
dent student financial aid including scholarships and all long
term loans repayable after graduation for all or any
part of the 1967-68 academic year beginning in Sep September,
tember, September, 1967 may be obtained at Room 182, Build-
ing E. Deadline for returning completed applications
is Feb. 28, 1967.
ID CARD PHOTOS: Identification photographs will
be taken every Friday, 8 a.m. 12 noon, at Photo Photographic
graphic Photographic Services, Building L. There will be a $5
fee for replacing lost or stolen ID cards. Anyone find finding
ing finding an ID card should return it to Photographic
Services, where it will be kept on file.
JUNIOR COLLEGE PLACEMENT DAY: Represen Representatives
tatives Representatives of junior colleges from Florida and other
states are now interviewing masters degree and above
candidates for positions in the fall. Appointments
are now being made in Norman Hall, Room 150.
VISTA RECRUITING TEAM: The VISTA recruit recruiting
ing recruiting team will be in Bryan Lounge of Florida Union
and in the Information Booth across from the Hub
Jan. 25. Faculty members who wish to have a re recruiter
cruiter recruiter speak to their class may make arrangements
for this by calling G.A. Farris, Ext. 2838.
FULBRIGHT LECTURESHIPS: Faculty members in interested
terested interested in applying for Fulbright Lectureships for
1967-68, which would enable them to teach and lecture
abroad, should contact Glpnn A. Farris, faculty Ful Fulbright
bright Fulbright advisor, at the International Center, Building
AE.

Placement Notices

Religion-in-Life: Phychology Colloquium, Dr.
George F. Flanagan, "Faith and Vocation," Union
Johnson Lounge, 3:30 p.m.
Religion-in-Life: Dr. George F. Flanagan, "The
Catholic Student Talks Back: Sketch of a New
Problem," Catholic Student Center, 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, January 26
Religion-in-Life: Luncheon, Dr. George F. Flanagan,
"Problems of Teaching in a Catholic College,**
Hub Blue Room, noon.
Religion-in-Life: Dr. George F. Flanagan, "The
Threat of Being Free," Walker Aud., 7:30 p.m.
Followed by coffee-hour discussion, Union John Johnson
son Johnson Lounge.
Accounting Dept. Lecture: Dr. Sidney Davidson,
"International Differences in Accounting Prin Principles
ciples Principles A Measure of Their Impact," 18 Mat.,
3:40 p.m.
Forestry Club: Business Meeting, 44 McC, 7:30
p.m.
Fla. Folk Dancers: Dance, Union Social Room, 8 p.m.

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Math. CALIFORNIA PACKING SALES CO. Any
major interested in sales. HASKINS & SELLS
Acctg. INGERSOLL-RAND CO. ME, CE, IE, EE.e
STONE & WEBSTER ENGINEERING CORP. CE,
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Young Republicans: Group meeting, 218 Union, 7:30
p.m.
Painting for Fun: Chinese Brush Painting, 215 Union,
7:30 p.m.
Christian Science: Union Aud., 5 p.m.
Veterans Club : Group meeting, Union Aud., 7:30
p.m.
Food Science Club: meeting, 130 McC, 7:00 p.m.
Friday, January 27
Hideaway Discotheque: Band, The Rare Breed,
Fla. Union, 8:00 p.m.
Mensa: Lecture, Dr. A. D. Graeffe, Ow Verbal Verbalizing,
izing, Verbalizing, 105-B AFA, 7:30 p.m. The public is cor cordially
dially cordially invited.
UF Swimming Team: Fla. vs. North Carolina State,
Fla. Pool, 4:00 p.m.
Jr. College Placement Day, Norman Hall Gym,
9 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
Chess Club, 215 Union, 7 p.m.
There will be no Florida Union movie this Friday.
FLORIDA UNION BOX OFFICE: Tickets now on
sale for DR. JOYCE BROTHERS

TAX ANNUITY PROGRAM: Feb. 1, 1967, is the
deadline for enrolling for the tax-deferred annuity
program. Contact Personnel Division, Ext. 2101,
for further information. The next enrollment period
will be held in the fall with deductions to begin in
January, 1968.
FLORIDA PLAYERS LAB: Tryouts for Lab Theatre
productions will be held Thursday, Jan. 26, 4:30
p.m. and 7 p.m. in Room 354, Tigert Hall. Produc Productions
tions Productions consist of one act plays, readers theatre, music
and dance presentations; also sign-up for construc construction,
tion, construction, directing, costumes.
DUPLICATING SERVICE: The Duplicating Service
at the Florida Union, Room 108, will be open for
business during the following hours: Mondays (3:30-5
p.m.); Tuesdays (1:30-3:30 p.m.); Wednesdays (2-5
p.m.); Thursdays (1:30-3:30 p.m.); Fridays (3:30-
5 p.m.). Materials for duplicating should be sub submitted
mitted submitted 24 hours (minimum) in advance of time need needed
ed needed to assure delivery. All work will be done on a
first-come, first-serve basis.
t
MENSA: There will be a Mensa lecture and dis discussion
cussion discussion group Friday, Jan 27, 7:30 p.m. in room
1058 of the Architecture and Fine Arts Building.
Dr. Didier Graeffe will speak and Mensa cordially
invites all interested students and faculty to attend.
Mensa members and interested students meet for
lunch every day from 11 a.m. -1 p.m., in the main
cafeteria, west wing.

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Two outstanding writers and lec lecturers
turers lecturers wilt be leading speakers
Thursday at the Personality
Theory and Counseling Practice
Conference, annually the most
well-attended professional confer conference
ence conference on campus.
Headlining this years confer conference
ence conference Thursday through Saturday
will be Dr. Dorothy Lee, faculty
member of Immaculate Heart Col College
lege College in Los Angeles and Dr. Clark
Moustakas of the Merrill-Palmer
Institute in Detroit.
The conference, with its theme,
Loneliness and Solitude, is ex expected
pected expected to attract some 600 psy psychologists,
chologists, psychologists, psychiatrists, edu education
cation education counselors and teachers.
Sponsors are the department of
Personnel Services of the College
of Education, the Departments of
Anthropology, Psychology and Re Religion
ligion Religion and the Division of Con Continuing
tinuing Continuing Education.
Dr. Lee, whose research among
the Wintu Indians made her fa famous
mous famous in anthropological circles,
is the author of Freedom and
Culture. She was born in Greece
and came to the United States to
study at Vassar College where
she attained a bachelors degree.

Wednesday, January 25, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Later she earned a Ph. D. in an anthropology
thropology anthropology at the University of
California.
She has taught at Vassar, the
Merrill-Palmer Institute and Har Harvard
vard Harvard University. Recently she has
divided her time among a varie variety
ty variety of institutions for brief tea teaching
ching teaching and research assignments.
Dr. Lee will speak to the con conference
ference conference at 8:20 p.m. Thursday
on The Loneliness of Unadult Unadulterated
erated Unadulterated Self and again at 9 a.m.
on Solitude and Communion.
Dr. Moustakas only recently has
completed the latest of a long list
of books, The Authentic Teacher:
Sensitivity and Awareness in the
Classroom. His conference ap-

New Graduate Library
Completion Date Unsure

Although construction crews will
be out of the new Graduate Re Research
search Research Library by the end of the
month, inspections, possible patch
up work and transfer of books from
the main library will take frbm
three to eight weeks.
A spokesman for Tassinari Con Construction
struction Construction Company, the contractor,

pearances will be at 8 p.m. Fri Friday
day Friday to discuss "Basic Encounter
or Loneliness" and at 11 a.m.
Saturday to talk on "Sell-Dialog "Sell-Dialogue
ue "Sell-Dialogue on Loneliness and Solitude."
Another of the conference speak speakers
ers speakers will be Dr. Philip E. Kub Kubzansky,
zansky, Kubzansky, acting dean of the Bos Boston
ton Boston University Graduate School.
In addition to speeches and the
presentation of papers, conference
participants will be treated to a
novel program of music, dance
and poetry centered around the
theme "The Expression of Lone Loneliness
liness Loneliness and Solitude in the Arts."
All conference sessions are in
the second floor auditorium of the
J. Wilis Miller Medical Center.

said workmen were "finishing iq>"
and would be out "before the end
of the month."
Neil Webb, UF zone architect
for the Board of Regents, said
that the university would probably
not be able to occupy the sl,-
809,000 building until the end of
February, depending on the cir circumstances.
cumstances. circumstances.
If the inspection teams find any
unfinished or defective work, the
contractor will have to return and
rectify the work. If this is nec necessary,
essary, necessary, and how long it will take
is anybody's guess, the comple completion
tion completion date cannot be set.
"The contractor may take a
week, or he may take longer,"
said Webb.
"When books will be moved in into
to into the new library depends en entirely
tirely entirely on when it will be releas released
ed released to us," said Stanley West,
director of libraries.
"I guess it will take us two or
three weeks to move all of our
books and equipment," he said.
March Os Dimes
Drive On Campus
The campus March of Dimes
drive, which got underway Jan.
15 and will run until next Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday has set a goal of SI,BOO.
This drive is sponsored by Circle
K.
Each fraternity, sorority, and
dorm area has set a goal of S3O.
A trophy will be awarded to the
organizations in each area that
collect the most money. The other
groups reaching the S3O goal wili
receive a certificate.
A wishing well has been placer
in Little Hall for general dona*
tions. A check may also be writ written,
ten, written, payable to the March of Dimes
Circle K and sent to the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union. Anyone wishing to heir
with the drive should contact Joe
Wadsworth, 727 N.W. Bth Places
tel. 378-5583.
Alpha Kappa Psi
$
To Hold Smoker
The Alpha Kappa Psi business
fraternity invites all business
majors to its rush smoker. Dr.
W. V. Wilmot will be the gues.'
speaker and refreshments wilt
be served. The meeting will be
held Wednesday at 8:00 in the Con Convention
vention Convention room of the Ramada Inn.
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FOR SALE: refrigerator, stove S4O
each; two desks S3O each; two chest
of drawers S2O each; after 7 p.m.
413 NW 3rd Ave. (A-80-4t-c)
WEBCOR STEREO TAPE RE RECORDER
CORDER RECORDER plus SSO worth of tapes
and two extra mahogany speak speakers.
ers. speakers. Cost $400; will sacrifice the
whole works for $175. Call 378-
6669. (A-81-2t-c)
SUPRO Bass Amp. Only used 3
months; brand new condition. $125.
376-4271. (A-81-3t-p)
Throughbred horse, very good
breeding. Will sell to qualified buy buyer.
er. buyer. Also have facilities for board boarding
ing boarding horse. Call 372-3522. (A-81-
st-c)
FOR SALE
Tonneau cover (red) afor Mark
I A-H, Sprite SIO.OO Phone 376-
0537 after 5 p.m. (A-78-st-c)
GIRL wishes to sell 1965 Honda
SS, 65 cc. rarely used, excellent
condition, Call 378-6919 after 3:30
(A-80-st-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---80-3t-P)
--80-3t-P) (A---80-3t-P)
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)
1966 90cc HONDA. Excellent cond.
Low mileage with windshield and
buco pack. If interested call 378-
6282. Accept reasonable offer. (A (A---
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VINCENT Black Shadow, Series
B. Contact Mike 376-3086. (A (A---79-3t-c)
--79-3t-c) (A---79-3t-c)
TELEVISION SET 18 G.E., Com Compact
pact Compact slim cabinet excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. $60.00 Tonneau cover (red)
tor Mark I A-H, Sprite SIO.OO.
Phone 376-0537 after 5 p.m. (A (A---
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961 DUCATI $125.00
.965 565 Honda SIBO.OO
960 Allstate motorscooter. New
>aint, motor in good condition. Can
>e seen at 113 NE 20 St. Roger
vesterton. SSO or best offer. (A (A---;9-3t-p)
--;9-3t-p) (A---;9-3t-p)
1965 VESPA motorscooter 150 cc.
1200 original miles, like new. $250
Call 378-2421. (A-80-3t-c)

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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)
COMFORTABLE, convenient, ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency apartment for two people.
Available for summer months at
321 SW 13th Street. Apply now.
(B-81-lt-c)
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)
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)
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
RIDE wanted to Ft. Lauderdale,
leaving Friday, January 27, after
11 a.m. Returning Sunday anytime.
Call 378-6214. (C-80-3t-nc)
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,
3all 378-3946. (C-79-3t-p)

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wanted
MALE roommate wanted to share
two bedroom apartment with air
conditioning and excellent cook.
$25 monthly. Call 378-1243. (C (C---lt-81-c)
--lt-81-c) (C---lt-81-c)
WANTED two responsible guys
to share large house in North
East area near town. $38.50 per
month and share utilities. Call
378-5506 or 376-6774. (C-81-st-p)
FEMALE roommate wanted for
two bedroom unfurnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Near campus and town. Call
372-2429 after 5 p.m. (C-81-3t (C-81-3tc)
c) (C-81-3tc)
FEMALE roommate. $33.75 per
month plus 1/4 utilities. Large,
modern, air conditioned, two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment. Walking distance
to campus. Call 376-1780 (C-81-
3t-p)
VILLAGE PARK APT. needs fe female
male female roommate, choice loca location
tion location poolside; SHARP bachlor bachlorette
ette bachlorette surroundings! 378-1991 or 372-
5048. (C-81-3t-p)
GOING TO MARDI GRAS. 4 per persons,
sons, persons, share expenses, 66 GTO.
Leave night, February 2, return
February 5. Contact Don 378-
5103. (C-81-st-c)
MALE roommate wanted to share
apartment with two others. Two
bedroom, two blocks from campus.
$31.00 plus utilities. 372-6294.
(C-81-3t-p)
help wanted
HIRED hands needed. Waitress
full or part time. Apply to Trail Trailboss.
boss. Trailboss. Ponderosa Steak House,
Westgate Shopping Center. (E (E---76-7t-c)
--76-7t-c) (E---76-7t-c)
MALE or female full time clerk
cashier and assistant mgr. trainee.
For appt. call 376-2533. (E-77-
2t-c)
personal
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)
FLAMENCO Guitarist, Richard
Preist, every Thursday night 9:30
-12:30 p.m. at Winnjammer 520
S.W. 2nd Ave. (J-76-10t-c)
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1964 FIAT 600. Would you be believe
lieve believe $350! If so, call: 376-0194.
(G-81-3t-c)
PORSCHE, 1962 Super-Coupe.
Red-black Interior, chrome
wheels. S2IOO. Call Mel after
6 p.m. 372-9352. (G-81-3t-p)
1965 MUSTANG, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, gold color, six cylinder, four
stick, bargain SI3OO. Col. Taylor,
Ramada Inn, Room 409, Leave
message. (G-79-2t-p)
1966 AUSTIN Healy Sprite, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, perfect mech mechanically,
anically, mechanically, more economical than
VW. Owner must sell immediate immediately.
ly. immediately. 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-
6012. (G-76-st-c)
1957 CHEVY hardtop, new paint,
301 cubes, 3*4 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)
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)
1954 LINCOLN A.C., AH power,
good condition. Call: 376-4535
or 378-4120. (G-78-st-c)
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pool membership no qualifying,
take up payment $98.90. PI&T
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Wednesday, January 25, 1%7, The Florida Alligator,

lost-found
COST: 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)
REWARD for black leather wal wallet
let wallet and car keys. Lost in Biblio Bibliography
graphy Bibliography room of Library Sunday.
No questions asked Need papers.
Call 372-5240. (L-81-3t-c)
Reward for mans gold class ring
with black onyx. Distinguishing
features initials 1966,858A.
BA. Contact Mike McDaniel, 1389
University Station. 378-3850. (L (L---81-2t-p)
--81-2t-p) (L---81-2t-p)
services
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)

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tions, applications, childrens photos, commer commercials
cials commercials and special problems. West Westley
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Yuri Yamamoto, concert pianist, will present a program in
University Auditorium tonight at 8:15. The concert is sponsored
jointly by the Philharmonic Society of Gainesville and the Uni University
versity University Department of Music. There is no charge for the con concert,
cert, concert, and everyone is cordially invited to attend.
Miss Yamamoto's program will include two sonatas by Scar Scarlatti
latti Scarlatti in C minor and C major: the Sonata in A Major," Opus
101, by Beethoven; the Sonata No. 3," Opus 28, of' Profofieff
and tnree selections by Chopinthe Ballade in A-flat Major,"
Opus 47; the Nocturne in B Major," Opus 32, No. 1 and the Sch Scherzo
erzo Scherzo in B-flat Minor" Opus 31.
Miss Yamamoto studied piano with Susumu Nagai of the Tokyo
Academy of Music, making her radio and recital debuts in Tok Tokyo.
yo. Tokyo. She was also soloist with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra un under
der under the direction of Masasbi Ueda.
At the Jullliard School of Music, which whe entered as a sch scholarship
olarship scholarship student in 1956, she was a pupil of Sascha Gorodnltzkl
and received the Bachelor and Master of Science degrees. She
was chosen as a Japan Society Fellow for three consecutive years.
Lt. Col. L. B. Adams, President of the Philharmonic Society
of Gainesville, announces that there will be a reception for the
artist following the program at the home of Mrs. Winston W.
Little, 2245 N.W. 5 Place.
LOOKING AHEAD
The National Ballet of Washington, D. C. returns to the Uni University
versity University campus for the second straight year under the sponsor sponsorship
ship sponsorship of the Lyceum Council Tuesday at 8:15 in the University
Auditorium. Three ballets make up the program; Swan Lake,"
with music by Tschaikowsky; a new work, Through the Edge,"
with choreography by Michael Lopuszanski and music by Samuel
Barber and Raymonda" with choreography by Balanchine and Dan Danilova
ilova Danilova and music by Glazounov.
UF students can obtain tickets on their I.D. cards, tickets for
general public, $2.50; with university faculty, staff, school stu students
dents students and children, $1.50. Tickets are available at the Florida
Union Box Office, the Record Bar, and Belk-Lindsey's. Tickets
will be limited. It is recommended that you get yours now-.
CHAMBER MUSIC
Philip Koonce, oboist on the University of Florida Department
of Music faculty, assisted by pianist Samuel Teeters; Robert Scb Scbieber,
ieber, Scbieber, violist; Terence Small, clarinetist and John Kitts, bas bassoonist;
soonist; bassoonist; will present a program Sunday Feb. 5, at 4 p.m. in the
P. K. Yonge Auditorium. The faculty artists will offer classi classical
cal classical and baroque works by Haydn and Telemann, and contemporary
selections by Alvin Etler and Paladllhe.
FLORIDA STRING QUARTET
The Florida String QuartetEdward Troupin and Sonnhild
Kitts, violins; Robert Schieber, viola; and Marie Henderson,
violoncello; with Willard Brask, piano, and Gene Bardo, string
bass, assistingwill inaugurate the Sixth Annual Fine Art Fest Festival
ival Festival for the university on Sunday Feb. 12, with a concert in the
P.K. Yonge Auditorium at 4 p.m. The program Includes the famous
Schubert Trout" Quintet; the Quartet in C Major," by Mozart,
which has been nicknamed the Dissonant" Quartet and a perfor performance
mance performance of Mr. Troupin's own String Quartet in A."
SYMPHONIC BAND
The University of Florida Symphonic Band will present its
annual formal concert in the University Auditorium on Thursday,
Feb. 16, at 8:15.
'Evils Os Religion Topic
Os Focus 67 Program
The Evils of Religion" was the topic discussed Sunday night
by Dr. John Bray, history professor from FSU.
The program, attended by over 100 students, was the second
focus 4 67 meeting sponsored by Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship.
44 Religion, or religiosity, is a hindrance! to growth in our
society and in us as individuals," Bray said.
It holds us to cultural traditions and ways that can even
keep people from thinking. Most people learn to equate being
religious with doing church, or religious, activities."
The FSU professor mentioned two religious extremes.
First, there is the Jesus for tots" conceptjust sweet,
easy believism. And second, religious generalizations and rela relativism
tivism relativism that stems from the American way of life which says
44 g00d people make it."
But there is an option to religiosity," said Bray.
In contrastpersonal faith in Jesus Christ can give- stu students,
dents, students, churches and society the dynamic quality of life God
would like them to have."
Bray pointed out how Christ fought the religious establish establishment"
ment" establishment" of his day, telling those who thought themselves to be
religious, that just practicing religion does not give spiritual
life or growth.
Have you thought about Jesus Christ or examined His teach teachings?"
ings?" teachings?" Bray asked students, challenging them to analyze their
own ideas beyond easy believism or religious universalism.
Questions and discussion followed the talk, which was held
in Jennings recreation room.
Next Sunday Focus 4 67 will be held at the Sigma Chi House
at 7:30 p.m.



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The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, January 25, 1967

Candidates
To Debate
Sunday
Three candidates for president
of the student body will meet for
a debate this Sunday evening. The
debate, which will be broadcast
over WGGG radio, will begin at
8:10 p.m.
The program, which will be the
SG-sponsored Open Forum for
this week, will be about half an
hour in length. No telephoned ques questions
tions questions will be accepted this week,
but will resume with the program
for the following week.
All three presidential candidates
will take part in the debate. Tak Taking
ing Taking part will be Charles Shepherd
of FIRST Party; Larry Tyree from
University Party; and Rob Blue,
the candidate from United Party.
John LaCapra, student producer
of Open Forum, will lead the
program, which will not follow the
formalized rules for debate. Each
candidate will be given three min minutes
utes minutes at the beginning of the for forum
um forum to make an opening statement.
LaCapra then plans to ask ques questions
tions questions based on the opening remarks
and ask any other questions per pertinent
tinent pertinent to the campaigns for stu student
dent student elections. Each of the three
candidates will then be allowed
two minutes for a closing sum summation.
mation. summation.
This may be the only time that
the candidates will come together
so far, its the only attempt
made, said LaCapra. I would
encourage an interested student
body to listen to the candidates
and see what they have to offer.
3 Involved
In Shooting
On Probation
By JIM HDRER
Alligator Staff Writer
Last trimester Tom Havens a
UF freshman was accidentally shot
while playing football near Trus Trusler
ler Trusler Hall. Three other freshmen
were involved: one owned the wea weapon,
pon, weapon, one allegedly pulled the trig trigger,
ger, trigger, and one was a bystander in
the room at the time the shot
was fired. All three were placed
on varying lengths of probation,
according to Asst. Dean of Men
Charles B. Keenen.
Although he would not specify
the exact lengths or terms of the
probation, Keenen said it was a
very unfortunate and serious in incident.
cident. incident. It was sheer luck he was wasnt
nt wasnt hurt more seriously. But as
long' as students ignore regula regulations,
tions, regulations, there are going to be ac accidents.
cidents. accidents.
Keenen pointed out that break breaking
ing breaking the regulations against fire firearms
arms firearms and fires in the dorms are
serious offenses, because they are
most hazardous to student wel welfare.
fare. welfare.
-When asked if any new rules
had been made to prevent a sim similar
ilar similar incident, he replied We can't
make a new regulation, because it
already exists.
Lt. Vernon Hollimann of the
campus police added We are not
allowed to search rooms and there therefore
fore therefore have no way of knowing if
the students have possessions that
are illegal.
He thinks it is the duty of the
students to protect themselves and
others by helping in the enforce enforcement
ment enforcement of the regulations.
If a student knows of another
with weapons or a car here ill illegally,
egally, illegally, he should take it upon him himself
self himself to inform the offender that
he is in the wrong, Hollimann
said.

Traffic Survey To Begin At UF

By GENE NAIL
Alligator Editorial Assistant
Where are you going? Why?
Dont be alarmed if you are
stopped on the University campus
during the next few weeks and
greeted with these words. It will
be the start of an all-encompas all-encompassing
sing all-encompassing traffic, parking and pedes pedestrian
trian pedestrian survey of the campus.
William Elmore, University of
Floridas business manager, said
Monday that the representative of
Ramp Consulting Services had ar arrived
rived arrived to begin the eight-month
study.
The university initiated the $24,-
000 study to solve the problem of
parking over 15,000 cars in the
campuss 5,000 parking spaces and
of routing the cars orPand off
campus.
Jack Hart, vice president and
traffic engineer for Ramp Consult Consulting
ing Consulting Services, will head the traf traffic
fic traffic survey.
The consulting firm will employ
students on a part-time basis to
conduct the traffic movement sur survey.
vey. survey.
Elmore said the firm has es estimated
timated estimated 200-man-days will be
required to complete the study.

Fifty years ago we only made aeroplanes.
(See whats happening now!)
New Boeing 747
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Campus Interviews, Wednesday through Friday, Feb. 1 through 3
In 1916 The Boeing Companys career program-in-being, at the leading edge of Often it will be sheer hard work
was launched on the wings of a small sea- aerospace technology. Or you might want we think youll want it that wav when
plane. Its top speed was 75 mph. to get in on the ground floor of a pio- youre helping to create something unique
Now, half a century later, we can help neering new project. while building a solid career Visit your
you launch your career in the dynamic en- You u work in sma whe college placement office and schedule an
wonment of jet airplanes, spacecraft, mis- initiative and abUity get maximum ex- ntervlew with our representative. Boeing
sties, rockets, helicopters, or even seacraft. po sure And if you desire an advanced > equal oppor,un ">' employer.
Pick your spot in applied research, de- degree and qualify, Boeing will help you
sign, test, manufacturing, service or facil- financially with its Graduate Study Pro- Divisions: Commercial Airplane Missile a
ties engineering, or computer technol- gram at leading universities and colleges information Systems Space Supersonic
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This would take about 10 days,
Elmore said.
The students will be hired for
$1 an hour and will work in 20-
man crews.
The Ramp Consulting firm has
conducted or has in process, sim similar
ilar similar surveys at Brown University
in Providence, R.1., the Univer-

New Union Will Be Ready
By March, Officials Predict

Since the new Florida Union construction has
broken more dates than the most fickle coed on
campus, people are wondering which will be fin finished
ished finished first; the war in Vietnam or the new Florida
Union.
Planning for the union began in March, 1948,
and the original completion date was set for April
of last year.
Now the date is anybodys guess, but most of officials
ficials officials agree that the contractor, will pack up
his tools in March. Florida Union offficials have
optimistically kept guest reservations open for
March.
A 16-lane bowling alley, 19 billiard tables and
7 table tennis tables will occupy the ground floor

sity of lowa and the University
of Pittsburgh.
The analysis of the survey should
be completed within eight after
the survey has started, Elmore
said.
The firm will furnish the traf traffic
fic traffic analysis and recommendations
for parking, traffic routing and

with the alumni offices, arts and crafts center,
photography darkroom (available to all students)
and a branch of the campus bookstore.
A 650 seat cafeteria-snack bar will be among
the attraction on the first floor.
A ballroom with a capacity of 1,000 will command
the second floor. Also on this floor will be an art
gallery, music listening rooms, browsing library
and a 350-seat auditorium.
Student government and Alligator offices will
be located on the third floor.
A 130-seat meeting-dining roon will be on the
fourth floor with a separate VIP dining room.
The fifth and sixth floors will be taken up by
36 guest rooms for campus visitors.

even the movement of pedestrians.
Elmore said the firm will also
recommend methods of financing
and building the needed facilities
for solving present problems and
those anticipated in the future.
A review of all present park parking
ing parking regulations and policies will
also be made by Ramp.



£ Provide bus shelters for campus bus stops. :j:j
£ Develop a picnic and park area between $
£: Graham Area and the new Union. g 11
g: Negotiate with the State Road Department MB i
:g for the re-establishment of a Murphree IVUIrwfT/f//6l l
£: Gold Coast area crosswalk. Abolish those cabinet posi posig
g posig Build handball courts for Hume and Graham *? tions which no longer are
g areas. useful and productive. Con Con£
£ Con£ Construct practice tenniswalls for Broward solidate others where duties
£ tennis courts. and responsibilities overlap.
£ Put sidewalks in between Broward and Rawlings Establish a second adminis adminisand
and adminisand between Tolbert and Graham. trative and redis redis£:
£: redis£: Use every facility of Student Government to tribute responsibilities be beg
g beg hasten the construction of a new sports complex. tween the two men for a
gAmend the Student Body Constitution to reapportion
S e 9' s^al ' ve Council according to area and popu-
M i?Print a weekly Student Government newsletter in
Improvements i^ e e-g:
-g: e-g: Amend the Constitution to provide tor student repre-
XvXvXwXv £: Increase appropriations to Gator Band so it may bet- £
g: Provide adequate funding for the International Center. £
:£ Establish a student government lobbying group co- £
igoperuting with other Florida universities to present £

Bring under
. MJ ~ Insure'police security for off-campus
J I Waft areas during vacation periods.
}r%m M m Establish a student grievance committee :
Wf IfIPIIT to work in cooperation with the faculty &
. i ai i a :* $ on housing problems. ft:
SSa eof date ticket books through the Athletic Asso- £ ft: D ... , , rr ft:
:: :: : : : : Publish a handbook to aid the new off- ft
ftciation for football and basketball seasons. ft . .... rr ft
ft: | | f : : : : ft: campus Students in settling off-campus ft:
ft Negotiate with University Cable Company for on- ,| r $:
cable television. S i| .%^.v.^w.-.%%%v.v.wv.%^w.%%%%w.%% v .%vav.vww.wav.v.4 :
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a federally financed low-cost nursery. IP
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The United Party Platform

Re-establish the student book sale to allow students to buy and £:
sell used books at fairer prices. £
Provide Saturday night dances in the new Union. £:
Improve existing Camp Wauburg facilities by building new dress-:£
ing rooms, a new recreation room and purchasing more boats. :£
Install additional phones in the dorms for in-coming calls only.
Put vending maching contracts on a more competitive bid basis i£
under the supervision of Student Government. :£
Investigate the possibility of providing low-rent trailer space :£
on-cam pus. gj
Petition for an all night eating place on campus. $
£ $

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SPORTS

1, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, January 25, 1967

Page 14

Athletic Activities
Will Not Change

The schedule of athletic activi activities
ties activities will not be affected by UFs
change to the quarter system this
fall, Norman G. Carlson, sports
publicity director, revealed
Monday.
Since the first term of the quar quarter
ter quarter system will end about the
same time the fall trimester does,
football season will be over be before
fore before finals.
As far as basketball and other
sports are concerned, schedules
will be worked out to avoid con conflict
flict conflict with quarter finals or other
innovations posed by the quarter
system.
We take into consideration fi finals
nals finals and other academic functions
before we schedule any athletic
competition/* Carlson pointed out.
This is the reason for the win winter
ter winter and spring SEC conferences.
Carlson left for New Orleans
Tuesday to attend a SEC confer conference
ence conference that will last through Friday.

Multi-Purpose Infielder
f.
Signs With Atlanta

ATLANTA (UPI) Denis Menke,
the multi-purpose infielder the
Braves plan to station at short shortstop
stop shortstop this season, Tuesday signed
his 1967 contract with Atlanta.
Menke, 26, batted .251 last sea season
son season while dividing his time between
short, third base and first base.
Vice president Paul Richards said
Menke would be assigned per perimanently
imanently perimanently to short when spring
training starts next month.
I dont care where I play, as
' long as I play the same position
every day, Menke said upon sign signing
ing signing his contract.
Last season, Menke was mainly
a shortstop but spent about a
fourth of the season filling in at
third.

This conference is a prelimin preliminary
ary preliminary meeting to be followed by a
meeting of coaches and athletic
directors this spring, Carlson
said.
UF plays an 18-game confer conference
ence conference in which every team in the
conference plays 18 games.
Since every school in the con conference
ference conference has its own academic sch schedule,
edule, schedule, it is the purpose of the SEC
meetings to coordinate these sch schedules
edules schedules while at the same time
avoiding conflict with each sch schools
ools schools functions.
And since each school wants
home games, the complication is
multiplied, Carlson said.
Os all athletic competition, only
the football schedule has been wor worked
ked worked out.
Basketball and other schedules
are being arranged now, and Carl Carlson
son Carlson is sure there will be no con conflict
flict conflict with the quarter system.

The Braves got slick fielding
third baseman Clete Boyer from
the Yankees last month and that
is expected to settle the infield.
The Braves also announced sign signings
ings signings by young pitchers Charles
Vaughan and Jim Britton, bringing
their roster of signed players to
13.
Earlier Tuesday, they announc announced
ed announced the signing of centerfielder
Mack Jones and pitcher Don Sch Schwab,
wab, Schwab, the 6-foot-6 right-hander
who was rookie of the year in the
American League in 1961 while
with Boston.
Jones and Schwall were injured
most of last season. At that, Jones
hit 23 home runs. Schwab, trad traded
ed traded from Pittsburgh June 15, had a
3-3 record with Atlanta.

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, Theta Chi gets a strike

First Yankee Signs Contract

NEW YORK (UPI) Switch Switchhitting
hitting Switchhitting Tom Tresh became the
first Yankee to sign a 1967 con contract
tract contract Tuesday and promptly pre predicted
dicted predicted New York would vacate the
American League cellar-possibly
winning it all.
Tresh told a news conference
in the Yanks new York office via
telephone from his Mount Pleasant,
Mich., home that he agreed to the
same contract he received in 1966,
estimated at $32,000.
I signed the first contract the
Yankees sent me, Tresh said.
They were good to me on the
contract as they usually are, I
didnt get a cut.
The 28-year-old outfielder had
his poorest major league season
in 1966, which also was the Yanks

Fraternity Bowlers
Play For Crowns

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Writer
Last year, a guy would have
to be off his nut to say that Del Delta
ta Delta Chi, Tau Kappa Epsilon and
Pi Kappa Alpha would be the bowl bowling
ing bowling powers this year in the Flor Floridas
idas Floridas Intramural program.
But all three teams, doormats
last year to frat keglers, have
won semi-final berths in this
years bowling finals. The roll rolloffs
offs rolloffs will be today at 4:40 at Palm
Lanes.
The three above-named teams
won an astounding total of one
game last year. Only Pi Kappa
Alpha won an opening round game
but ten was promptly smashed in
its next match.
TKE and Delta Chi make up the
Blue championship game. PKA and
Tau Epsilon Phi comprise the
Orange final.

worst season ever. Though he hit
only .233 with 68 RBIs and 27
home runs, Tresh pointed out that
his runs batted in total wasnt as
bad as it looks because he was
leading off almost half the year.
Im not even thinking of us
finishing last again, Tresh de declared
clared declared with conviction from his
Michigan home. It would be silly
to start a season thinking that
way. In fact, I think we can even
win this year. There are a lot
of question marks but our pitching
is good.
Jim Bouton showed at the end
of last season he could come back,
an optimistic Tresh went on. If
the hitters come around, myself
included, I honestly think we could
win.

Os the four teams that will be
rolling off this afternoon, Delta
Chi scored the most impressive
semi-final win Monday. Delta Chi,
with Larry Schneider, rolled a
1704 total for the ten games against
Phi Kappa Psis 1476, an easy
228-pin victory margin.
Cowan rolled the highest game
of the day in either the Blue or
Orange League with a 244 and fol followed
lowed followed it with a 153 for a two game
total of 397.
Soulby bowled in the number
one spot and started things off
in the first game with a 217
total. He slipped to a 168 in his
second match but edged out with
a respectable 385 set on lanes
five and six.
AEP also had a pair of 200
bowlers, although in a losing cause.
David Golden rolled a 214 se second
cond second game and teammate Steve
Wasserman smashed through for a
200 at the same time.
The Blue final of Delta Chi-
TKE is expected to be a nip nipand-tuck
and-tuck nipand-tuck affair all the way.
But the Orange square-off of
Tau Epsilon Phi and Pi Kappa
Alpha, appears to be one-sided,
judging by Mondays semi-final
scores.
PKAs five-man team rolled
a 1615 set to Sigma Chis 1570.
Times have really changed for
Sigma Chi, last years winners
and for PKA, opening round losers.
PKA has anchor-man Randy
Morcroft as its big man in the
pinfall parade with games of 189-
202 for a 391 score. Morcrofts
mates this afternoon against TEP
will be Jim Goff, Randy Demp Dempster,
ster, Dempster, Bob Canteri and Bud Cobbs.
But the PKAs task will be an
awesome one in stopping TEP.
TEP averaged 181 pins a man in
bowling a 1810 series to Phi Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Taus 1750.
Comparing the two Orange fi finalists
nalists finalists position with relation to
Mondays semi-final results, TEP
is 20 pins better per man than
PKA.
TEP had three men that bowl bowled
ed bowled over 200 in the highest ser series
ies series rolled this trimester. Marty
Silidker had a 184-206, Mark La Lazar
zar Lazar a 203-155 and anchor-man
Gary Miller rolled 155-209.
PKT got good games from Ed
Upchurch, 203, and Wilson Hurd,
218, although falling short by 60
pins.
The Orange final marks another
about-face from last year. TEP
is a bona-fide holdover, going in into
to into the semi-final before losing,
but PKA couldnt even win the op opening
ening opening game.

The son of former major league
catcher Mike Tresh who died late
last year, Tom broke into the big
leagues as a shortstop in 1962
and went on to win rookie of the
year honors.
He was shifted to the outfield in
the latter portions of the 62 sea season
son season when Tony Kubek returned
to the Army
Plans now call for Tresh to
play feft field on a regular basis
and not bounce around to other
positions as he has in the past.
Joe Pepitone and-or Mickey Man Mantle
tle Mantle will be in center field and
rookies Billy Robinson and Steve
Whitaker will battle for Roger
Maris* old post in right.



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. . Barry Russo goes all out

SEC Meeting Begins;
New Rules Discussed

Birmingham lTie SEC will
hold its 34th annual meeting this
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
at the Sheraton-Charles Hotel in
New Orleans.
The presidents of the ten confer conference
ence conference schools meet on Friday with
Dr. A.D, Holt, president of the
University of Tennessee, at which
time all voting on proposed legis legislation
lation legislation will take place.

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN
HYOU 'RE ONLY
f
NUMBER 3 ?
v > ...
When youre the smallest party on campus and are not
*
backed by a big bloc of fraternity votes or a lot of money you
worry about little things.
? ...
You worry about students in the dorms, off campus, and in
married villages. You try to find out what their needs are and
discover ways of answering those needs. You worry about every
vote because to you every vote counts.
To us these dont seem like little things. But, then from yvhat
we hear they dont seem like little things to you either. Maybe,
thats why, on election day, youll make us Number 1!
Vbr" LARRY TYREE fe"
PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT

session begins at 9:30 a.m.
The athletic directors, faculty
chairmen and presidents will
wrestle with many of the same
problems the NCAA convention
tackled last week in Houston
the 1.600 rule, freshmen eligi eligibility
bility eligibility with varsity in sports other
than football and basketball and
limits on grants-in-aid.

Florida Meets Alabama,
Dioguardi To Lead Gators

Gator swimmers, led by All-
American Tom Dioguardi, will host
the Crimson Tide here at 4 p.m.
today.
Florida is the slight favorite
to hand Alabama its first SEC loss
this year.
The Gators in the last six meets
with the Crimson Tide have won
five and lost one. The only UF de defeat
feat defeat came last year in an upset.

1967
FLORIDA SWIMMING SCHEDULE

Date
Wednesday, Jan. 25
Friday, Jan. 27
Saturday, Jan 28
Saturday, Feb. 4
Saturday, Feb. 11
Thursday, Feb. 16
Monday, Feb. 20
Saturday, Feb. 25
Monday, Feb. 27
Thursday, Mar. 2
Thursday, Mar. 23
Thursday, Mar. 30

Wednesday, January 25, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Nine of ten meet records are
on the Florida side with Dioguar Dioguardi
di Dioguardi leading the way in the 50- yard
and 100-yard freestyle events.
Senior Blanchard Tual holds the
meet record in the 200-yard back backstroke.
stroke. backstroke. All other Florida record recordholders
holders recordholders have graduated.
The Gator squad is heavily load loaded
ed loaded with sophomore talent. Barry
Russo, Bruce Page, Andy McPher-

Opponent Time
Alabama* 4:00
North Carolina State* 4:00
North Carolina* 1:30
Miami 1:30
South Florida 1:30
Southern Intercoll. 3 days
Invitational
Miami* 4:00
Florida State 1:30
East Carolina* 4:00
Southeastern Cons. 3 days
Championship
National Intercoll. 3 days
Championship
National AAU 3,days
Championship

SEC Football Players
Make Academic Team

Thirteen Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference football players are
honored on the three full teams
comprising the 1966 Academic All-
Amevica, two on the first team,
six on the second and five on the
third unit.
The Academic All-America,
restricted to players earning
a B average or better in the
classroom, was originated by Les Lester
ter Lester Jordan, former sports in information
formation information director at S.M.U. and
is continued as a project of Co-
SIDA (College Sports Informa Information
tion Information Directors of America).
Dick Mullins of Arizona State
University served as chairman of
the selection committee this past
year and made the announcement
of the *66 teams.
The two SEC men on the first
team are both Georgia Bulldogs
-- Safetyman Lynn Hughes, who
carries an A minus and is major majoring
ing majoring in Accounting, and Placekick Placekicker
er Placekicker Bob Etter, a straight A stu student
dent student majoring in Mathematics.

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son, Bobby Bridges, John David Davidson,
son, Davidson, Richard Ahrens, Steve Ma Maori,
ori, Maori, John Kirkland, Hank Hough,
Chris Mullon, Frank Norris, and
John Primrose will all make things
hot for Alabama.
Junior Mark Montgomery and
senior Dave Bentley will lead the
Gator diving effort.
Tough Senior leadership is ex expected
pected expected to make the difference in
this swimming match. With Dio Dioguardi,
guardi, Dioguardi, Tual, Ed Cook and Robin
Stone all ready to go, the Tide
will be hard pressed to repeat
last years upset.
Coach Bill Harlans squad is
expected to win their 12th con consecutive
secutive consecutive SEC championship this
year.
The Gators have only lost one
meet this year. FSU swam past
Florida last week, sneaking by 56-
48. UF has beaten Georgia, Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, and Vanderbilt.
This Friday the Gators face a
rugged North Carolina State at
home. NCS has beaten the Ga Gators
tors Gators eight times in the last 13
meets.
The University of North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina will visit Florida on Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Both the Varsity and
Freshman teams will compete with
action starting at 1:30 p.m.
UFs last win over North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina came in 1964 when the Ga Gators
tors Gators edged by, 48-47.

Three players from Alabama are
on the second team: HB Dennfc
Homan, a B Student in Education,
Tackle Byrd Williams, B plus in
Accounting, and LB Bob Childs,
B plus in pre-Law studies.
Two from Ole Miss are defen defensive
sive defensive and Marvin McQueen, a B
plus student in Business and Gov Government,
ernment, Government, and defensive back Jerry
Warfield, an Education major
averaging B'\ Center Bob John Johnson
son Johnson of Tennessee, A minus in In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Engineering, is the other
member.
The five SEC players on the third
team are: Defensive end A1 Giffin
and defensive back Bobby Beaird
of Auburn, a B pre-Law student
and an A pre- Medical student:
QB Kirby Moore and LB Tommy
Lawhorne of Georgia, a B student
in Business Administration and an
A plus student in pre-Medicine;
and Punter Steve Davis of Alabama,
an A minus pre-Med student.

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Page 16

, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, January 25, 1967

Robert Shelton: Iconoclast Or Race Baiter?

From Page 1

the individual citizen of his need
of knowledge of the conspiracy
existing.
Too many people do not have
the knowledge of whom the true
enemies of America are. Its easy
for an individual to ease himself
of the guilt complex to holler
nigger, nigger, nigger or to
worry about polka dot babies be being
ing being bounced on his knees in the
future. But unless this individual
has the basic knowledge of the true
enemies and how this conspiracy
is operating in America today,
we are all going to be stumbling
and facing the stumbling blocks in
our pathway. We've got to have
the knowledge of this enemy.
BAILEY: Mr. Shelton, is the
Klan trying to educate the popu populace
lace populace through the use of the mass
media, some media of its own,
personal appearances by you and
your organization, or whatever?
SHELTON: We are using every
means at our disposal, but first
of all you've got to realize that
there is a certain amount of con controlled
trolled controlled news media that exists in
America today and its certainly
a problem.
It's impossible for the average
citizen to exemplify or to bring
before the masses of the people
his beliefs or his factors for be becoming
coming becoming involved because of the
controlled news media. We are us using
ing using every means at our disposal
such as the educational slides on
film, the personal contact by pub public
lic public speaking, or any other means
that we can find available.
BAILEY: Mr. Shelton, the mass
media of the United States seems
to have given the picture that the
UKA is a bunch of racists, mur murderers
derers murderers and the like. Would you
like to make any statements to
clarify the Klan position and to
give your side of the racial pic picture?
ture? picture?
SHELTON: Well, first of all,
I dont feel that I have to apo apologize
logize apologize to any person in America
for being a Klansman or a mem member
ber member of the United Klans of Amer America.
ica. America. I think that the Klanspeo Klanspeople
ple Klanspeople and the members of this or organization
ganization organization are just as refined and
just as dignified and intelligent
and have just as much integrity
as any citizen in New York, Pen Pennsylvania
nsylvania Pennsylvania or California.

by ns\
GEORGE!

(Send your problems to George.)
DEAR GEORGE:
My girl friend seems a little
tomboyish to me sometimes. Do
you think it looks properly lady ladylike
like ladylike for a girl to wear a crash
helmet and race her own motor motorcycle
cycle motorcycle down the street with a surf surfboard
board surfboard on the sidecar?
CONCERNED
DEAR CONCERNED:
This is perfectly acceptable, if
she rides sidesaddle.
DEAR GEORGE:
I have a Ouija board that gives
absolutely shocking answers when
my girl friend and I ask it ques questions.
tions. questions. Is there a solution to this?
DESPERATE DANA

The organization has the make makeup
up makeup of the daily citizens that you
would come into contact with that
have deep concern for their coun country.
try. country. They realize that there's a
problem existing. However, they
are confused, not knowing in which
direction to grasp and to hang on
to for salvation. But I have no
apologies to make to any indi individual,
vidual, individual, any government agency, or
to any organizational movements
for my beliefs in the principles of
this organization.
BAILEY: Do you think that the
mass media of the United States
has given the Klan a fair shake
as far as the problems of inter intergration?
gration? intergration? Is the mass media ex exposing
posing exposing the Klan fraudulently, or is
it giving the wrong side of the
picture and should it be changed
and give the correct side if it
is not?
SHELTON: First of *ll, the
news media and the report reporters
ers reporters themselves have a direct re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility to their readers to
print the truth, the whole truth,
and nothing but the truth. As I
stated previously, because of the
slanted ideologies and because of
the notions of the editorial policy
of the various newspapers, there
is a tendency to slant the news,
to slant it to the extent that it
can give a different conception of
the problem existing.
It is only natural that the Uni United
ted United Klans of America will come
under attack of the liberal con controlled
trolled controlled press. Weve got to rea realize,
lize, realize, and what most people dont
realize, is that all the people lead leading
ing leading any crusades in the past his histories
tories histories of our country have been
ridiculed, scorned--every framer
of the Declaration of Independence
died a pauper. He was run out
of his business, economic repri reprisals
sals reprisals were granted against him, and
his family was kidnapped and he
faced the various problems that
we as white Americans are fac facing
ing facing today.
I think that the news media has
done a fair job in some sections
Qf* the country, but then on the other
hand, there are others, that
through their slanted policies of
editoralizing, have molded the pub public
lic public opinion in their direction
the way that they want them to
believe.
I think that this is a respon responsibility
sibility responsibility that rests on the should shoulders
ers shoulders of the community to enforce,
through fair reporting and presen presenting
ting presenting both sides of the problem and

DEAR D.D.:
Yes. Send this Ouija board back
and ask for an expurgated Ouija
board.
Swim Fins
Defy Winter
The Swim Fins and Aqua Ga Gators,
tors, Gators, the university syncronized
swimming clubs, once again join
leagues to defy Old Man Winter.
Basking in the tropical warmth of
Florida Pool, they are beginning
to ge A in shape for the spring
shows.
A wide variety of swimming ar arrangements
rangements arrangements have been planned for
the water follies which will be
presented in March.
All newcomers, regardless of
skill or experience, will receive
a hearty welcome any Monday night
at 7 p.m. at Florida Pool.

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both sides of the issue, instead
of presenting the one that is to
their advantage.
BAILEY: When you say that the
mass media or the news media is
liberally controlled by a force, it
is liberally controlled by whom?
SHELTON: First of all, lets take
the Newhouse Publications. It
seems strange to me that an in individual
dividual individual being a Russian Jew could
come to America only 26 years
ago and today have the vast net network
work network of communications and media
that he has under his control.
BAILEY: What network is that?
SHELTON: This Newhouse Publi Publications,
cations, Publications, which owns one of the
greatest chains of newspapers, and
is tremendously growing and build building
ing building onto its staff daily. And cer certainly
tainly certainly they are controlled as to
editorial policy. If you will no notice
tice notice the Newhouse Publications of
which we have three in Alabama,
themselves are in a slanted ver version
sion version when it comes to a policy
of editoralizing. It's always in a
liberal pinko, red herring type dir direction.
ection. direction.
BAILEY: Is this slanting of the
news about the UKA and about
other states rights organizations
deliberately done for a certain
purpose? Do they have a goal that
they are trying to achieve?
SHELTON: Certainly. Because if
you constantly tell your general

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public day after day about how bad
they look that they have cir circles
cles circles under their eyes, that their
skin has a bad color you tell
this over a period of six months
and subconsciously they become
sick and start seeking a solution
to the problem as would a doctor.
This same is true of the mass
media. If you have an editorial
policy that is constantly giving the
community one-sided views or
one-sided versions against the in individual
dividual individual or a group of people,
theyre going to, in a certain de degree,
gree, degree, transplant the seeds of de decision
cision decision into the mind on each in individual.
dividual. individual.
This is certainly whats hap happening.
pening. happening. Its their intention to dis discredit
credit discredit any individual that takes the
lead or stands up for what he be believes
lieves believes ih Christianity and Con Constitutional
stitutional Constitutional government. They will
try to discredit him before his
fellow citizens. This way, that is
the most effective way of stop stopping
ping stopping any resistance to the so socalled
called socalled Great Society that we are
witnessing here in America today.
BAILEY: I believe that before you
have said that the civil rights
movement is inspired by forces
that are now within the United
States, but originally came from
outside the United States and has
its supreme control outside the
United States. Just what kind of
conspiracy is it if it is a con conspiracy?
spiracy? conspiracy? (
SHELTON: First of all, the
masses of the people must rea realize
lize realize who the true enemies of Chris Christianity
tianity Christianity and the true enemies of
Americanism and Constitutional
government are.
Too many people have the mis misconception
conception misconception that we are fighting a
measly little group two per cent
Communist. But youve got to rea realize
lize realize that this measly little two per
cent, with careful planted agent
provocateers, were the ones that
were responsible for the Bolshe Bolshevik
vik Bolshevik Revolution in 1917 in Rus Russia.
sia. Russia.
But the main thing and the main
concern I have is this faction
of the internationalist Zionist Jew
himself that is Communism. The
masses of the people do not rea realize
lize realize that international Zionist Jud Judaism
aism Judaism and Communism are synony synonymous
mous synonymous -- they are the same thing.

It was the Jew who Invented
Communism. And that is the prob problem
lem problem that we are facing in Amer America
ica America today. The international head headquarters
quarters headquarters of Communism are not
located in Moscow, Russia they
are located in New York City,
New York, U.S.A.
Any student of history and the
student of Communism, when he
digs into the brass tacks of the
foundation of Communism in Am America
erica America and even in Russia, will
find that the financial power came
out of New York City between 1905
and 1917 from a group of in international
ternational international financeers under the
direction of Jacob Schiff. Kuhn
Lobe International Financing Com Company
pany Company in New York financed the
Bolshevik Revolution that first es established
tablished established success for the Com Communist
munist Communist government in Russia.
BAILEY: Now let's turn to an
international situation which invol involves
ves involves our own country, Vietnam.
Vietnam is an expressed Com Communist
munist Communist movement. Is the United
States doing all that it can do to
protect Vietnam from Com Communism?
munism? Communism? Should we change our
policies or is there something
that would be better?
SHELTON: Not having the facili facilities
ties facilities at hand of the presidential
office in Washington, Pm not kept
up to date with the conditions
e&sting in Vietnam. Im afraid to
give an accurate estimate.
In my opinion, I would have to
wait until Rev. Martin Luther King
and President Johnson released a
joint statement to analyze what
I might say in regards to Viet Vietnam.
nam. Vietnam. But we have made a com commitment
mitment commitment in Vietnam in fighting
Communism and as long as we
have a commitment to fight Com Communism
munism Communism I think that we should
fight it 100 per cent.
It seems strange to me that were
so concerned and are making an
attempt to fight Communism 5,-
000 miles away, and at the same
time we are winking at Commun Communism
ism Communism on the street corners in our
American cities. I say that if
we are going to oppose Commun Communism,
ism, Communism, oppose it in Vietnam and
get the job done and let's get
back to the brass tacks of clean cleaning
ing cleaning up the serpents of Commun Communism
ism Communism here on the streets of Am America.
erica. America.