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Vol. 59, No. 92

r Code Os Conduct Between Earth And Cloud 9

(EDITORS NOTE: This is the second part of a two
part series on the Faculty Discipline Committee).
By EDDIE SEARS
Alligator Editor
The UFs Code of Conduct, which is included in
the present edition of the Student Handbook, lies in a
transparent state somewhere between earth and cloud
nine.
In 10 vague commandments it sums up what a student
is to do and not to do while attending UF. For example:
3a. The University does not approve of the drink drinking
ing drinking of alcoholic beverages by students.

No Politics In Picking
Next President: Adams

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Secretary of State Tom
Adams said Wednesday he hopes the Board of
Regents will seek out the very best man in the
country for the UF presidency and keep the selection
free of politics.
This has not always been the case in the past,

A Fighter
Some 12 years ago a thin, frail man with a folksy touch
rose from obscurity to a position of great importance to both
Florida and the nation.
He wasnt accustomed to notoriety, nor was he sure he
wanted it. But he was called on to do a job, so new UF Presi President
dent President J. Wayne Reitz moved his office from the College of
Agriculture to the Administration Building.
Immediately, there were charges, that a political deal had
vaulted Reitz into the presidents chair ahead of the favorites.
And in the years since, fun has been poked at everything from
his agricultural background and the policy of secrecy main maintained
tained maintained during his regime.
His opponents often looked at this man and thought him
not to be a worthy adversary. But this is one area where
they were wrong.
J. Wayne Reitz was a humble man who normally would
rather switch than fight except when higher education
was the issue.
In that respect, he was a fighter.
When confronted with political meddling from the Budget
Commission in 1965, Reitz threatened to resign rather than
submit higher education to the blade of the politician s ax.
Since then, the president has been forced to speak out
on several occasions when interference appeared imminent.
Even after he had already submitted his resignation letter
to the Board of Regents, he was fighting to preserve a $63.5
biennial budget the greatest in UF history.
In the 12 years of his reign, the UF has grown from a
small university of 7,000 to multiversity size of 18,000.
At the same time the state was experiencing phenomenal
growth from 24th to eighth in population among the states.
As he leaves office, higher education in Florida is not as
Reitz would like it to be. And it probably wont be in the
years to come.
But J. Wayne Reitz did have a lot to do with what progress
has come about.
His successor will face even greater problems in the next
12 years than Reitz faced in his. And the job wont be any
easier to complete.
Reitz has taken UF from obscurity to the threshold of
greatness. It will be the new presidents job to carry it over.
It is our hope that the faculty members and Board of Regents
in consultation with student leaders, will make a wise and
judicious choice of a new leader. The future of the university
is sit stsik6
If the new president can carry the UF as far as Reitz did
in a like amount of time, that threshholdis sure to be crossed.

AN EDITORIAL

University of Florida, Gainesville

Now does that mean ALL students, or students under
21, or those who live three blocks from campus, or
those who drive Fords. The University cannot keep a
student 21 or older from drinking off-campus if he
wishes to do so. But here's a loophole the command commandment
ment commandment says does not approve.,*
4. Students found guilty of immorality or such
indiscretions or inappropriate conduct as to warrant
the attention of the University will be considered for
disciplinary action. (Sexual promiscuity, vulgarity, ob obscenity,
scenity, obscenity, sex perversion, participating in bawdy affairs
of any kind are illustrations of offenses that may well
be grounds for disciplinary action.)
A better way to phrase this commandment would be,

said Adams. He is an outspoken member of the
Cabinet Board of Education which must put the
final stamp of approval on whoever is selected to
replace J. Wayne Reitz.
Reitzs resignation Tuesday, which he attributed
to presidential fatigue, caught a number of

Board of Regents and regents
members by surprise. Dr. Louis
Murray, board member from Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, said he breakfasted with
Feitz Monday in Tampa and he did
not mention he was stepping down.
Reitz said politics did not figure
in his decision and Adams, who has
accused previous governors of
meddling in university matters,
said he has no reason to believe
that politics figured in the Reitz
resignation.
I hope the process of selecting
a new president will be allowed
to operate as intended and not as
it has operated in the recent past,
Adams said.
This was an obvious reference
to the selection, during the ad administration
ministration administration of former Gov. Hay Haydon
don Haydon Burns, of Dr. John Champion
as president of Florida State
University and Dr. Broward Cul Culpepper
pepper Culpepper as chancellor of the uni university
versity university system.
Adams voted against both
nominations because their appoint appointments
ments appointments had been announced be beforehand
forehand beforehand by Burns without con consulting
sulting consulting his fellow members of
the Board of Education.
We have been fortunate in some
of the selection made, but the
matter of a governor announcing
the appointments before the re regents
gents regents have completed their search
frustrates the system, he added.


AT PRESS CONFERENCE

Reitz Hits 'Archaic System

By STEVE HULL
Alligator Executive Editor
UF President J. Wayne Reitz hinted Wednesday
that the archaic" administrative structure facing
higher education in Florida was one of the major
factors which brought about his resignation as head
of the states largest university.
.!
Making his first public appearance since an announcing
nouncing announcing his plans for resigning, Reitz told the
press presidential fatigue" had partly caused him
to step down.
Presidential fatigue, Reitz stated, can be de defined
fined defined in various ways but I suppose part of

Thou shalt not (fill In blank with
appropriate offense) or disciplinary action will be taken.
5. Possession or use of explosives or lethal
weapons constitutes another act for which a student may
be disciplined. (That includes all forms of fireworks.)
Off campus?
7. Participation in gatherings declared to be un unlawful
lawful unlawful assemblies will subject a student to possible im immediate
mediate immediate dismissal from the University.
Declared by whom to be unlawful assemblies?
the university? the police? Claude Kirk?
2. Gambling is not permitted by students either
in residence halls, fraternity houses or off-campus.
(SEE CODE PAGE 3)

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DAUER
MIAMI (UPI) A three-judge federal court ordered a
48-senator 119-representative reapportionment plan, drawn
by a University of Florida professor, put into effect for
Florida Wednesday and ordered a special election to fill
all of the seats.
The plan adopted by the court was one submitted by J.
Manning Dauer, head of UF's Political Science Department.
Dauer submitted his plan as a friend of the court.
Judge Warren Jones read the court's decision. He said
he and fellow judges Davie Dyer and William Mcrae had
reluctantly concluded that a judicial apportionment of the
Florida Legislature is required.
Jones said the state had failed to show acceptable reasons
for variations from the ideal of one man, one vote re representation
presentation representation in the present 48-senator, 117-representative
make up of the legislature.
The court also rejected suggestions of at-large elections
and for a so-called weighted voting plan as impractical
and of doubtful validity.
In ordering the 48-119 apportionment, the court said it
would leave out any of the residence requirements or grand grandfather
father grandfather provisions presently in effect. These were designed
to hold seats for some members or guarantee seats for
some areas.
The court said its plan contains the minimal possible
population deviations but still retains county lines as the
basis of legislative districts.
Jones said the plan will be based on 1960 official federal
census figures. He termed insufficient evidence given
earlier in the day in support of 1965 population estimates
as an up-to-date basis for apportionment.
The court ordered that primary and general elections be
held in time to permit convening of the 1967 legislature
on schedule on April 4. Jones said there must be
elections in every district including districts where there
is no change from the present apportionment.

Thursday February 9, 1967

Reapportion
Plan Submitted
ByDauerOKd

presidential fatigue is inevitably tied in with some
of the administrative structure of higher education
in this state.
Certainly I think that a president of a university
in Florida gets more fatigue as a result of our
archaic administrative structure facing higher
education and that may have contributed a part to
the use of the term, Reitz added.
Speculation has risen that Reitz resigned because
of political pressure. A high ranking spokesman
in Tigert Hall who wished not to be named, said
Reitz may have stepped down because of fear that
Gov. Claude Kirks attempt to cut the University
budget may be successful.
(SEE REITZ PAGE 2)



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Al Hirt, known as Americas
greatest trumpet showman, will
appear in Florida Gym, Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night, Feb. 22 at 8:15 p.m.
Tickets for $3, $2.25, and $1.50
will be available for students Feb.
9 at the Fla. Union Box Office.
Non-student tickets will be on
sale Feb. 13 at the Florida Union
Box Office, Belks and the Record
Bar.
The performance is a Lyceum Lyceumsponsored
sponsored Lyceumsponsored concert.

Reitz Hits
Archaic Structure

ny
Reitz however, denied his resig resignation
nation resignation had anything to do with
recent budget hearings in Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, in which he had requested
a $63.5 million budget for the UF.
II have every faith that the
Budget Commission will deal judi judiciously
ciously judiciously and effectively with our
budgets and at this stage of the
year* Im very optimistic about
the willingness of the state to
support higher education, Reitz
added.
Tjie 58 year old Reitz revealed
he had not spoken with Kirk over
the resignation because University
presidents are directly responsi responsible
ble responsible to the Board of Regents.
Reitz denied he was stepping
down from his influential position
because Republican (Claude Kirk)
had won the Floridas guberna gubernatorial
torial gubernatorial seat.
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UF, Regents
May Build
Observatory
ii
If the Florida Board of Regents
in get the land, the UF may build
n astronomy observatory near
'illiston, The Alligator learned
. jcentlv.
Meeting in Tampa Monday, the
board asked for title of a 40-acre
tract of land about six miles west
of Williston transferred from the
Trustees of the Internal Improve Improvement
ment Improvement Commission to the State
Board of Education.
The facility would be operated
by the UF Department of Physics
and Astronomy and would include
housing for a $69,000 30-inch as astronomical
tronomical astronomical telescope.
Department officials have been
screening sites for these minimum
requirements: as high an elevation
as possible, absence of ground fog,
and seclusion from towns, cities
and highways where light reflection
could interfere with the operation
of the telescope.
UF President J. Wayne Reitz
told the regents that negotiations
for an observatory in Dixie County
near Old Town had been unsuccess unsuccessful.
ful. unsuccessful.

Reitz appeared before the press
vibrant and happy until a reporter
asked how his wife had reacted to
the resignation announcement.
The president hesitated a mom moment
ent moment and then replied she may
have mixed feelings about it just
as I do, but I firmly believe the
right decision has been made.
Reitz answered questions from
the press for 10 minutes in the
chambers of his conference room.
Before leaving Reitz reaffirmed
his close relationship with the
Board of Regents.
Reitz then turned and went to
his office.
He was still university presi president
dent president and still had appointments
to keep.
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SDS Stages 'Peace Week
To Discuss Vietnam War

By STEVE HULL
Alligator Executive Editor
The usual quiet UF campus will
turn active again in March when
the Students for A Democratic
Society (SDS) plan to stage a Peace
Week.
Headed by former Freedom
Party leader Alan Levin, SDS,
members from throughout the state
will converge on the UF campus
March 18 26, to discuss on an
educational level the War in
Vietnam.
Protest marches are also sche scheduled
duled scheduled during the UFs first Peace
Week.
Levin said Wednesday, he hoped
he could make the students on
campus more aware of whats
actually going on in Vietnam
by presenting an open forum during
Enter Photos
Does your girlfriend like to
walk in the rain? Or does your
pet beagle like to romp with the
Great Dane next door?
If so, take a picture the next
time it happens. You might win
some money and recognition for
your photo work.
The UF Fine Arts Committees
Student Photo Contest, to be held
March 1-31 in the Florida Union,
will provide you with the chance.
Open to all full-time UF stu students,
dents, students, the contest is divided into
two classes Black and white
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Prizes include S2O for best of
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class, and $5, honorable mention
in each class. Winners will be
picked Feb. 28 and announced
March 1.
Entries must be submitted to
room 315, Florida Union, by 5
p.m. Feb. 27. The photos must
have been taken since January,
1965, and must fall between the
sizes of 5 by 7 inches and 16 by
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the Peace Week, where the U. S.
commitment intellectually can be
discussed.
Speakers of national prominence
are expected at the Peace Week
activities.
Don Duncan, an ex-Army Green
Beret who is presently touring
the country denouncing the U.S.
stand in Vietnam has tentatively
agreed to speak during the protest
period.
Authc of two books, on how
the U.S. can get out of Vietnam,
Robert Sheer, is also planning to
be on campus during the specified
period.
To lead up to the protest week
in March, SDS, in conjunction with
the UF Student Peace Union, has
scheduled weekly programs of pro protest
test protest and study of the war in Viet Vietnam.
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Wednesday, Felix Greene, a
noted British journalist, presented
a selection of films he had taken
of North Vietnams struggle to keep
alive.
A Peace Caravan will be on
campus Feb. 28 to show anti-war
films, hold discussions and dis distribute
tribute distribute literature.
Final arrangements for the
Peace Week will be discussed Fri Friday
day Friday at 8 p.m. at a meeting of
the SDS group at the Methodist
Student Center.
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This commandment is so absurd
it should not even be mentioned.
Now if you gamble, do you have to
gamble for money? And to enforce
this off-campus is past the point
of the ridiculous.
These commandments are fre frequently
quently frequently used as charges against
students before the Faculty Dis Discipline
cipline Discipline Committee. Commandment
four is especially vague. Therefore
a student may by university stan standards
dards standards break the commandment, but

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a little house in the woods.
It has an insulated, wood-paneled interior. With
enough room to sleep 4 (2 adults, 2 kids). Apd
enough closets and cabinets to hold enough to
hold your family for weeks.
It even has a kitchen sink. An icebox. And privacy.
(The Campmobile has curtains that draw over
every window and even wrap around the wind windshield.)
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But once you break camp, all the homey things
inside the Campmobile fold away. So you can use
it all the ways youd use a VW Station Wagon. For
commuting. Shopping. Taxiing the kids around. Or
taking a pet to the vet.
(And like any VW wagon, it holds almost twice
as much as ordinary wagons.)
Actually, you'll probably wind up using the
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he doesnt know he has done so
until he is asked to appear before
the FDC.
* *
The University of Oregon in
July, 1965 rewrote its Student
Conduct program. Some of its
features are outstanding and tend
to make UFs version, the Faculty
Discipline Committee, look like a
Star Chamber.
Some of the Oregon features
that should perhaps be included
in the UFs procedures are:
(1) When a student violates the
law of the community, state, or

the nation the university will not
request or agree to special con consideration
sideration consideration for the student because
of his status as a student. If a
student violates a law off-campus
then he must take his medicine
from the local authorities.
(2) The University may apply
sanctions or take other appropriate
action only when student conduct
directly and significantly inter interfers
fers interfers with the Universitys (a) pri primary
mary primary educational responsibility of
ensuing the opportunity of all mem members
bers members of the university community
to attain their educational ob objectives,
jectives, objectives, or (b) subsidiary respon responsibilities.
sibilities. responsibilities. .protecting health and
safety. .maintaining and pro protecting
tecting protecting property. .(etc.).
.The big difference between Ore Oregons
gons Oregons rules and the UFs com commandments
mandments commandments is that Oregons rules
are specific.
(3) Students shall be guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed due process and CAN HAVE
HIS CASE REVIEWED.
(4) A student may be charged
ONLY by the University for break breaking
ing breaking the code. There is a specific
list which names the offenses by
which a student may be charged.
(5) All rules approved by the
Student Conduct Committee. .
shall be in writing and shall be
published, distributed or posted
in such a manner as to furnish
adequate notice of their contents
to students affected by such rules.
The Universitys failure to com comply
ply comply with this requirement SHALL
BE A COMPLETE DEFENSE TO
ANY CHARGE OF VIOLATION OF
A RULEOF WHICH THE STUDENT
HAS NO ACTUAL KNOWLEDGE.
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exists between this rule and the
UFs vague indiscretions and
inappropriate conduct."
(6) The committee consists of
four faculty and three students. The
UFs FDC did not have a student
member until two years ago when
the procedures were rewritten.
The ratio now is 12-2. y
(7) All regulations or rules
relating to student conduct that
are established by any university
official, committee or student
group, and for which sanctions
may be imposed in the name of
the University, MUST BE SUB SUBMITTED
MITTED SUBMITTED TO THE COMMITTEE
FOR APPROVAL.
One point that is not covered in
the generally excellent rules of the
Oregon committee is the commit committee
tee committee chairman.
This individual should either be
a lawyer or should have a legal
adviser (as in a general military
court martial) who does not serve
on the committee, but sits as a
judge on the due process pro procedures
cedures procedures and rights of the student.
The UF could appoint such a
judge" from the law school and
rotate it among the faculty. This
individual would be notified when
the written charges are filed
against the student and at the
students trial to make sure that
his rights are protected.
At a time when the UF is steadily
advancing toward the goal of being
a first class institution, there must
be major considerations given to
the student body. The right to a
fair trial before the FDC is tenta tentamount
mount tentamount among these considerations.

3 New Posts
Created For
ACCENT '6B
By JIM WHITE
Alligator Staff Writer
ACCENT 6B General Chairman
Wayne Rich announced Wednesday
that three new positions per personnel
sonnel personnel director, publicity chair chairman
man chairman and technical director -- are
being opened on ACCENTS
Executive Council.
The new jobs are being added,
Rich said, to iron out trouble
spots that cropped up in the Ac Accent
cent Accent 67 symposium in January.
Legislative Council will have to
approve the new positions, he
noted.
The personnel director will have
the responsibility of getting stu student
dent student workers and coordinating
their activities, the publicity
chairman will coordinate all pub publicity
licity publicity and handle on-campus pub publicity
licity publicity and the technical director
will be in charge of the physical
aspects of the symposium.
In addition to the three new
positions, vacancies for all
tions on the executive council ex except
cept except general chairman and assist assistant
ant assistant general chairman are still
open, Rich said.
The other committee seats are
program director, finance dir director,
ector, director, public relations chairman,
magazine editor, speakers chair chairman
man chairman and executive secretary.
Rich and assistant general
chairman Frank Gramling will in interview
terview interview applicants for the Accent
6B openings from 1-5 p.m.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
in room 123, Florida Union.

Application forms for all posi positions
tions positions are available in room 310,
Florida Union, Rich noted. App Applications
lications Applications must be returned to room
310 by Monday 1 p.m.
'Godls Dead
Originator
Here Tonight
Theological Foundations for
the Death of God Theology" will
be the subject of Dr. Thomas Al Altizer,
tizer, Altizer, speaking at 8 tonight in
University Auditorium.
Altizer, professor of Bible and
religion at Emory University, is
one of the originators of the God
Is Dead" movement.
The lecture, one of a series on
Trends in Theology,* is spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Campus Pastoral
Advisory Committee.
Altizer is author of several
books, including Radical Theol Theology
ogy Theology and the Death of God," co coauthored
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Adam Powell Refuses
To Answer Questions

WASHINGTON (UPI) Adam
Clayton Powell, fingering a long,
slender cigar with a trembling
hand, refused Wednesday to sup supply
ply supply House investigators with any
information other than his age,
citizenship and residence.
Rep. Emanuel Celler, the com committee
mittee committee chairman, ruled that Powell
could attend all subsequent mis misconduct
conduct misconduct hearings but rejected his
plea for the right to cross-examine
other witnesses.
One of Powells seven lawyers,
Arthur Kinoy of the American
Civil Liberties Union in New York,
argued that the House had no legal
right to ask Powell for anything
more than the three conditions set
forth in the Constitution for mem membership
bership membership in the House.
These are that a congressman
must be at least 25 years of age,
a citizen of the United States for
seven years and a resident of the

Fire Sweeps Penthouse
In Montgomery, Ala.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI) A raging fire engulfed a 10th story
penthouse restaurant late Tuesday night and killed 26 persons who were
trapped there.
Many of the victims were found huddled at the end of the restaurant
farthest from the elevator and staircase. They had been kept from the
only means of escape by smoke, flames and intense heat.
The roof collapsed over a portion of the plush restaurant and bodies
had to be pulled from the debris.
Some 40 customers and employes were in Dales restaurant when
the fire broke out, but some were able to get down the elevator before
it spread and firemen led others to safety down the staircase.
The victims of the blaze included former Alabama Public Service
Commissioner Ed Pepper and his wife.
Firemen could not immediately determine the cause of the fire,
though there was a theory that it might have been started in the
coatroom by a lighted cigarette.
WORLD NEWS
French Satellite Orbits
HAMMAGUIR, Algeria (UPI) -- France Wednesday launched a new
Diadem satellite into orbit from this Saraha space center, using a
rocket designed to power intercontinental ballistic missiles.
The satellite, hurled into an orbit 357 to 807 miles high, was part
of a space double-header, to be followed by another satellite next
week.
The Diadem satellite, a conventional spacecraft fitted with a crown crownlike
like crownlike ring of reflectors, was the fourth orbited by France.
The satellite is designed to reflect laser light beams fired from
three ground stations. The reflections, monitored at all three stations
simultaneously, will measure with pinpoint accuracy both the position
of the satellite and the distances between the ground stations.
If the system works, it might prove a boon to map making of the
future.
KOSYGIN WARNS U.S.

LONDON (UPI) ~ Soviet Pre Premier
mier Premier Alexei Kosygin warned
bluntly Wednesday the United
States must unconditionally halt
bombing of North Vietnam before
any peace talks can begin. The
major policy statement was Ko Kosygins
sygins Kosygins second bitter attack on the
United States in 24 hours.
Kosygins outspoken reaffirm reaffirmation
ation reaffirmation of hard-line Soviet policy
took by surprise a blue-ribbon
audience of his British hosts who
had been expecting him to speak
on trade and other noncontrover noncontroversial
sial noncontroversial subjects.
Diplomatic observers consider considered
ed considered Kosygins statement an indica indication
tion indication of Moscows unwillingness to
embark on a peace initiative now,
or at least until the United States
signified acceptance of the terms.
The observers, however, did not

state in which he was elected. Kinoy
said Powell had documentary evi evidence
dence evidence that met these qualifications.
But the committee obviously felt
its mandate from the House was
much broader. Besides constitu constitutional
tional constitutional questions involved, it is
especially concerned about Pow Powells
ells Powells alleged official misconduct
as former chairman of the House
Education and Labor Committee
and the defamation judgment and
contempt -of court citations
against him in New York state.
Celler rejected a series of mo motions
tions motions and objections offered by
Powells lawyers, who asked the
committee to terminate the pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings forthwith and reco recommend
mmend recommend that the House seat their
client.
Powell told the committee he was
sorry, but I w r ould not want you
to force me to break the Consti Constitution.
tution. Constitution.

rule out eventual quiet behind-the behind-thescenes
scenes behind-thescenes probings by the Soviets in
Hanoi.
In muted counterpoint to Kosyg Kosygins
ins Kosygins attack was a new appeal for
peace from Pope Paul VI. In tele telegrams
grams telegrams to President Johnson and
the leaders of North and South
Vietnam Wednesday, the Pope
urged the current cease-fire in
Vietnam be used to initiate nego negotiations.
tiations. negotiations.
In his address, Kosygin echoed
the long-time Soviet position on
how the war might be ended.
The first step is unconditional
cessation of American bombing and
other acts of aggression. This is
essential for any talks, Kosygin
told a luncheon audience that in included
cluded included Prime Minister Harold Wil Wilson
son Wilson and most ranking members
of the British government.

Blizzard Toll
Over Sixty
NEW YORK (UPI) The bliz blizzard-battered
zard-battered blizzard-battered Northeast began re returning
turning returning to normal today under a
brilliant winter sun.
The toll in hardship and deaths
was staggering.
Authorities blamed at least 60
deaths on the storm that deposit deposited
ed deposited up to 16 inches of snow Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday from Maine to Virginia.
The weather bureau had more
bad news the chance of a new
light snowfall on Friday.
Most of the deaths were blamed
on persons overexerting them themselves
selves themselves shoveling snow.
New England led the death count
with 18. New York City recorded
16 dead, New Jersey 10, Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia four, eight on Long Island,
three in the Baltimore-Washing Baltimore-Washington
ton Baltimore-Washington area and one in upstate New
York.

SINO-SOVIET BREAK SEEN

Doomsday For Russians In China

HONG KONG (UPI) Peking
Radio said tonight huge anti-Soviet
demonstrations had broken out
throughout Red China and that
Peking had made all prepara preparations
tions preparations for a possible break with
the Soviet Union. It said dooms doomsday
day doomsday had arrived for the Russians
in China.
A broadcast by the New China
News Agency said Communist
party Chairman Mao Tse-tungwas
winning his cultural revolution. But
it warned that Maos opponents
might try to seize power in the
near future by an armed coup or
a palace revolution by pro-
Kremlin Chinese.
Peking Radio, controlled by Mao,
said Chinese demonstrations a against
gainst against the Soviet Embassy in Pek Peking
ing Peking were on a bigger scale than
ever before and that anti-Soviet
outbursts had swept the country
on the eve of the Chinese new
year.
The Soviet Tass news agency
said thousands of screaming Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Red Guards had surrounded
the embassy, were molesting visit-
NEW YORK
STOCK REPORT
NEW YORK (UPI) Dow Jones
closing range of averages:
Stocks: High Low C'ose
30 Indus 865.37 850.11 860.97
20 Rails 229.47 226.74 228.63
15 Utils 140.08 138.04 139.25
65 Stocks 309.38 304.63307.91
Net change: 30 Indus., up 8.46;
20 Rails, up, 1.25; 15 Utils., up
0.67; 65 Stocks, up 2.37.
Transactions in stocks used in
averages Wednesday: Industrials
644,400, Railroads 93,000, Utili Utilities
ties Utilities 82,000, Total 819,400.
Bonds: Close Close Chg.
40 Bonds 83.47 up 0.03
10 Ist Rails 75.06 unch.
10 2nd Rails 84.19 up 0.05
10 Utils 85.36 up 0.04
10 Indus 89.29 up 0.02
Dow Jones commodity futures
index 1924-26 average equals 100:
closed at 134.96.

Viet Truce Punctured
20Killed,lPlaneDown
SAIGON (UPI) Officially the Vietnam War went into a four fourday
day fourday Asian new year truce Wednesday but death took no holiday.
Allied officials reported at least 25 Communist truce violations
and said 20 persons were killed in the first 13 hours of the
cease-fire. K
The Allies did not turn the other cheek. American and South
Korean troops killed Communists who fired at them.
At Tokyo, monitored Hanoi Radio broadcasts claimed a UjS.
warship shelled a populated North Vietnamese coastal area
after the truce started and was damaged in turn by shore bat batteries.
teries. batteries. The Communist radio also claimed two U.S. aircraft
were shot down over North Vietnam after the cease-fire began.
In North Vietnam, where U.S. planes dropped no bombs fol following
lowing following the start of the Asian lunar new year TET truce,
Communist gunfire shot down an American Air Force RFIOI
Voodoo jet photo reconnaissance plane. The pilot parachuted into
the Gulf of Tonkin and was rescued, U.S. spokesmen said.
They said the start of the Asian firecracker-popping holiday
proved generally quieter than the Christmas and New Year two twoday
day twoday truces. But the exceptions were bloody.
In Saigons Cholon section a hand grenade blast killed nine
police and civilians and injured several others during a robbery
attempt at a Chinese lumber yard. Government spokesmen said
the robbers possibly were Viet Cong terrorist fund raisers.
Police arrested a suspect.
At a South Korean artillery post up the coast from Saigon,
Allied spokesmen said a Communist hurled a grenade at the
Koreans. The grenade bounced off a post and fell back in front
of the terrorist, killing him and six other Communists, they said.

ing diplomats and were burning
Soviet officials in effigy as if at
a Ku Klux Klan orgy.
Peking Radio quoted army com commanders
manders commanders in Shensi Province as
saying doomsday has arrived
for the Russians. Red Guards in
Shensi said the Russian leaders
must bow their heads and must
confess all their sins. Tliey also

NATIONAL NEWS
Apollo Inquiry
CAPE KENNEDY (UPI) The board of inquiry seeking the cause
of the Apollo 1 fire approved plans Tuesday to test unidentified
equipment still in the charred moonship cabin.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA refused
to say what was being tested, but did confirm that the testing would be
carried out inside the spacecraft which is still mounted atop its
Saturn 1 rocket.
For two days investigators have been removing equipment from
the cabin and the board Tuesday approved plans for further dismantling
of the ship.
To Settle Boundary
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) Gov. Claude Kirk said Tuesday he
wants to know how much of the Atlantic Ocean is owned by the State
of Florida.
And Kirk said he was prepared, if the law was on his side, to issue
an executive order making it clear to the Russians, Cubans and any anybody
body anybody else just how far Florida's state boundaries extend into the ocean
and The governor said he became interested when an aide told him the
easternmost and southerly boundaries were somewhat confused."
Kirk suggested a meeting with President Johnson, if necessary, to
settle once-and-for all the boundary question. He asked Atty. Gen.
Earl Faircloth to come up with an opinion in a few days.
Viet Cost
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. Stewart Symington, D-Mo., said
Tuesday that the war in Vietnam is costing $2.5 billion a month
about 50 per cent more than President Johnson estimated in his
budget.
Symington made the statement as the Joint Economic Committee
took testimony from Labor Secretary W. Willard Wirtz. The Missouri
Democrat said the $2.5 billion figure had been supplied to him by
t e staffs of the Senate Appropriations and Armed Services committees.
I the war is costing $2.5 billion a month, it will cost S3O billion
a buc *& et message last month, Johnson estimated the cost
am at 19 4 billion in th fiscal 1967 and $21.9 billion in fiscal
The administration's cost estimated are based on the assumption
at the big Vietnam buildup is over and that costs will be rising less
rapidly in the months ahead.

demanded that Moscow answer
their protest statement.
The cultural revolution which
has taken millions of workers
from their jobs and students from
their schools was reported bring
Red China to the brink of econo economic
mic economic chaos if it is not already
over the brink.



LECTURES, CONCERTS, DEBATES

Fine Arts Festival Soon!

By NORMA BELL
Alligator Staff Writer
The sixth annual Fine Arts Festival soon will
hit the UF scene for a month of theater produc productions,
tions, productions, art displays, concerts, films, lectures, de debates
bates debates and the jazz of A1 Hirt.
Highlighting the festival are Cole Porters music,
Feb. 14; A1 Hirt, Feb. 22; Florida Players A
Touch of the Poet, Feb. 23-26 and March 2-4,
and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, March 10.
Every evening from Feb. 12 to March 12 has a
program to offer.
Twenty campus organizations, as well as faculty
and students, are involved in the presentation of
the festival.
The Music Department will kick off the produc production
tion production with a Chamber Music Concert, 4 p.m. Feb.
12 at P. K. Yonge Auditorium. The first of thir thirteen
teen thirteen films, Last Year at Marienbad, will be
shown at 6 and 8 p.m. the same night at the Music
Building Auditorium.
The stage is set for the rest of the week with

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Thursday, February 9, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Students Regret
Reitz 1 Leaving
By KATHIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
That students expressed regret and surprise over the announcement
that Dr. J. Wayne Reitz would resign as president of the UF, was shown
in a poll taken Wednesday. Dr. Reitz announced Tuesday afternoon
that he plans to relinquish his duties on Sept. 1, 1967.
Linda Albury, lUC: lm sorry to see him go. I think hes been a
good president. I hope the person replacing him does as well.
Susan Lytle, 2UC: I think its sad. Hes worked hard. He tried
to raise the money that this university needs, which is a thankless,
losing battle.
Robin England, 3EG: I havent been here that long, but I know hes
had a long term as president. He probably feels that it's time to call
it a term. It didnt really affect me except to wonder why he should
leave.
Larry Brogan, 3AS: Im surprised thats all I can say.
Wayne Judson, 3AS: Im sorry to see him go. He is an able admin administrator,
istrator, administrator, although he had problems. With the growing state of the

university, he probably felt a need
for new leadership.
Susan Smith, 3AR: I felt bad.
I hope we get somebody to work
with the quarter system as well
as he did under the trimester
system.
Gail Gifford, 2UC: I feel bad
that he resigned, but after 12
years of service hes done the best
he can do. With the university
growing the way it is, maybe he
feels that someone else should
take over. If he stays on in some
other part of the faculty or ad administration,
ministration, administration, he can assist if hes
needed.
Diane Walser, 4JM: My first
reaction was that I wondered why.
I couldnt believe that he was
resigning just for personal rea reasons.
sons. reasons. Ill have to wait and hear
a little more about it.
Pete Allan, lUC: He knows he
was doing his best. Hes in a po position
sition position to know that what he is
doing is best.
***
Student body president-elect
Charles Shepherd termed UF
President J. Wayne Reitzs resig resignation
nation resignation a shock to student body of
the university in a statement
released Tuesday.
Shepherds statement continued:
His (Reitzs) selfless service in
the furtherance of higher educa education
tion education has earned the admiration of
both faculty and students around
our state.
I personally wish, as does
every other student here, that
President Reitz would reconsider
his decision and remain with us
for at least another twelve years.
AMICUS CURIAE
I o
SUBMITTED
The Student Rights Committee
of the Honor Court is planning
to submit an amicus curiae
(friend of the court) brief Fri Friday
day Friday concerning the Pamela Brewer
hearing,- informed sources told
The Alligator Wednesday.
The brief does not involve the
committee in the case, but merely
displays an interest in the pro proceeding.
ceeding. proceeding.
The committee feels that the
Faculty Discipline Committee does
not have the power to discipline
a student for exercising her con constitutional
stitutional constitutional rights, and it strongly
advises the FDC to consider the
girls rights in this case.
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The Florida Alligator
'A It O^ViMt^Ph^ e VuVwA.'
EDDIE SEARS 808 MENAKER STEVE HULL
Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor
ANDY MOOR 808 BECK
Editorial Editor Sports Editor
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 Uie left
column.
Poor Taste
The Alligator likes to become involved
in issues. It is our belief that a student
paper should be concerned with what is
happening u and comment on it to the
campus.
But we do not believe in slicing up an
individual and then throwing salt on his
back. And this is exactly what The
Charlatan, a self-proclaimed humor
magazine, did to King White, director of
student publications.
The editorial staff may have its rifts
with Mr. White, but we believe that if
criticism is to be leveled against a per person
son person it should be on his performance --
not his personality.
Charlatan Editor Bill Killeen over overstepped
stepped overstepped the bounds of good taste in his
attacks upon Mr. White in the joke section
of the magazine. Mr. Killeen has every
right to criticize Mr. White, the Alligator
or the administration. But not in such a
personal manner.
We also wish to point otit that Mr.
Killeen is not and never has been a member
of the staff despite rumors to the contrary.
Again we may have our objections to
Mr. Whites handling of his job, but we
dont think Charlatans jokes did anything
to remedy it.
Another World ?
Cynics that we are, we never actually
thought that the Walt Disney people actually
lived in the little world of make-believe
that they delight in creating.
But now, after reading the following
newspaper clipping. .
Donn B. Tatum, vice president and
administrative assistant to Roy Dis Disney,
ney, Disney, said the Disney people admired
Burns personally and as a public
official and had found him a man
of great ability and integrity.
. .wb > can doubt it?
Straight Story?
Recent wore* uas it that the Protestant
and Catholic churches are getting to together
gether together to mold a common Bible.
This is commendable.
We think its about time they got
their stories straight.

SPEA KING OUT

Ending OK For Europeans

By Emily S. Maclachlan
Asst. Prof, of Sociology and
Social Sciences
PART THREE
European and British audiences
seeing this picture will see the
ending as right and logical be because
cause because of their greater awareness
of social class norms. In western
societies it has always been pro proper
per proper for older men to marry young younger
er younger women from the lower classes.
There has always been, of course,
a strong endogamous tendency to
marry within ones social class.
However, upper-class men are
allowed sometimes to breach class
lines and marry downward, where whereas
as whereas upper-class women bear much
social stigma if they marry down downward.
ward. downward. This situation is responsi responsible
ble responsible for the fact that numbers of
upper-class women are left over
without husbands and numbers of
lower-class men are left over
without wives.
The reason for this tendency lies
in the fact that the upper-class
men of property and authority
make the rules by which societies

Our Man Hoppe
By Arthur Hoppe
Alligator Columnist

Governor Reagan's order to all
California agencies to cut expen expenditures
ditures expenditures an average ten per cent
is causing surprisingly few head headaches.
aches. headaches. This good news comes from
Mr. Homer T. Pettibone, the new
Administration's 90-cent-a-year
consultant.
Mr. Pettibone, who was selected
over several other candidates to
watchdog the program on the
grounds he was ten per cent short shorter,
er, shorter, stepped out of his 1937 Nash
(with a bed and hot plate in the
back), adjusted the lapels of his
90-per-cent wool blue serge suit
and told reporters happily:
Nine chances out bf ten, this
program will be a smashing suc success."
cess." success."
* *
Mr. Pettibone said the savings
already in paper clips had proved
substantial. We have found," he
said, that five per cent of the
length of a paper clip can be snip snipped
ped snipped off the inner end and five
per cent off the outer end thus
giving us the required ten percent
without materially affecting the
utility of the clip, as long as it's
handled with care.
Similarly," he said, straight
pins can be shortened and staples
narrowed without undue hardship
to the public.
By fiscal years end, your State
Government confidently predicts it
will have on hand 17.3 metric tons
of paper clip, straight pin and
staple snippings a veritable
windfall, should a use for such
snippings be found."
But surely, said a reporter, such
a blanket economy order must be
causing problems in some Govern Government
ment Government agencies.
Well, yes," said Mr. Petti Pettibone
bone Pettibone with a frown. Our major
difficulty has been with the State
Division of Highways."
Was this due to economies in
freeway construction?

live, such men are constantly con concerned
cerned concerned to insure that their accumu accumulations
lations accumulations of property remain intact
within their own social class, and
in their own paternal line. If an
upper-class woman marries down downward,
ward, downward, any property she inherits
is lost to the social group which
has produced her. Until rather re recently
cently recently in western societies her
property passed immediately to
her husband's control. In any case
it passes eventually to children
of a lower-class paternal line. It
is the father far more than the
mother who confers social status
upon the children. Not only the
property of such a woman but her
children too would be lost to her
original social group.
On the other hand, marriage up upward
ward upward has traditionally been the
best way for an attractive lower lowerclass
class lowerclass girl to better herself. Georgy
Girl is a typical turn-of-the-cen turn-of-the-century
tury turn-of-the-century melodrama dressed up in con contemporary
temporary contemporary comic style. The
classic plot was the poor but honest
and chaste girl who firmly with withheld
held withheld her sexual favors until she
had the marriage license in hand.

Oh, no," he said. Theyve
worked admirably. For ekample,
we've designed a cheap new clover cloverleaf
leaf cloverleaf in Los Angeles which forces
the motorist to make a U-turn,
sending him back where he came
from. But as all Los Angeles looks
alike, there have been no com complaints.
plaints. complaints. Moreover, on completion
of our new State-long freeway,
you will be able to drive from
Oregon to Mexico without stop stopping.
ping. stopping. In fact, it will be imperative,
due to the absence of on or off
ramps."
Then what was the problem?
Bridges," said Mr. Pettibone
gloomily.
* *
Now it's true," he said, that
shortening all bridges an average
of ten per cent will eventually
solve the States growing traffic
congestion. But hidebound tradi traditionalists
tionalists traditionalists are giving us a real
headache particularly with that
spectacular new bridge that will
soar 90 per cent across the famed
Bottomless Abyss."
Did Mr. Pettibone mean the tru trudition
dition trudition that bridges should go all
the way?
Oh, no, thats just bureaucratic
thinking, he said. I mean the
tradition that the Governor must
cut the ribbon and, waving and
smiling at the crowd, ride across
in the first car."

Florida Alligator Staff
NICK TATRO STEFANIE JAMUS NEWT SIMMONS
Wire Editor Society Editor Editorial Assistant
GENE NAIL jo ANN LANGWORTHY NICK ARROYO
Editorial Assistant General Assignment Photo Editor
Editor
STAFF MEMBERS Hai'vey Alper, Jimmey Bailey, George
DuFour, Bill Douthat, Elaine Fuller, Barbara Gefen, Kathie
Keim, Bob Padecky, Bill Lockhart, Judy Redfern, "Stan Saund Saunders,
ers, Saunders, Frank Shepherd, Jim White, Joe Torchia,Justine Hartman,
.Harold Kennedy. Lori Steele Eunice Tall
_^ SSISTANTS Diana Folsom, Peggy Sneider, Andrew Has Has*e
*e Has*e Robert Blount, Joan Allen, Eddie Guttenmacher, Dick
. f e !U; Bob Menak er, Dave RedHirk. David Weiss, Karen Eng,
John Ellsworth, Diann Devine Jerome warren.

It is also me old, evergreen Cin Cinderella
derella Cinderella story, the only elements
lacking to make it a classic Cin Cinderella
derella Cinderella plot being romantic love
and a real hero. Modern writers
consistently cheat the public of
their hero, or if they give us one
he is so full of flaws we feel dis dissatisfied
satisfied dissatisfied with him. So if we are to
have nothing but flawed heroes why
not flawed heroines? Georgy is
almost too good to be true, a dia diamond
mond diamond in the rough, one of those
self-actualizing people the psy psychologists
chologists psychologists talk about as rare hu human
man human specimens. Having given us
a heroine whose mental health is
exuherant (so good she seems a
bit batty to the rest of us) the
makers of this picture would have
been false to lower-class values
if they had inserted middle-class
romantic ideas into the story. The
only character who could afford
any romance was Mr. Reamington
preparing that lace-draped bed bedroom
room bedroom for his deluded vision of
Georgy.
There was one use of props
that I do feel was an unwarranted
slur on middle-class values. Why
is it that whenever a director wants
to show that a woman is a hopeless
neurotic he shows her in bed read reading
ing reading a book? There were two solidly
neurotic women in this picture
shown reading books in bed, though
Georgy was not one of them. One
was Meredith refusing to accept
her baby and the other was the
petulant hypochondriac, James
wife. As one who feels that the
reputation of books should never
be tarnished and that reading in
bed is a God-given right to free
individuals, I strongly oppose this
cliche. I suppose that the directors
who use it want to infer that there
are non-neurotic things to be ac accomplished
complished accomplished in bed more important
than reading books. But if the
English Department is requiring
this film as an educational device,
I implore them to point out that
there is nothing wrong per se with
reading books in bed.*
I am certainly not one to confine
girls to the kitchen, but with pre premarital
marital premarital pregnancy on the rise,
with abortions still illegal, and a
surplus of unwanted babies for the
first time in this century waiting
for adoption, all girls might be
wise to take a tip from Georgy
and fight shy of all fleshy joys
except those of good food and
dancing with the kindergarten
crowd. Julie Child is teaching girls
on TV that they are going to need
a husband with good income to
provide enough French skillets and
copper molds to turn their kitchens
into art studios. A little frigidity
exerted at the right times and
places is not a bad idea for either
ambitious girls or ambitious so societies.
cieties. societies. Just remember what self
reliance and self restraint did for
Capitalism. They put money in the
bank and never forget it.



I
Hello, Leonid? About That Stray Missile That
Nearly Hit Cuba It Was A Mistake -- Just A
Little Malfunction o Hope You Don f t Think--*
Its Her Life,
So Let Her Live It
EDITOR:
I would like to make a few comments to those who believe
that Miss Pamela Brewers indiscriminate and inappropriate
conduct (as stated in the Alligator) is justified because of her
recent playboy pose in Charlatan. I am sure that one does not have
to be reminded that anyone should have the opportunity to ad advance
vance advance their further education at the UF no matter what race,
religion or profession they may be. I would also like to include
outside activities and hobbies.
Modeling is a profession in which many women pose in a
variety of such nude positions. It is certainly not looked down
upon by our standards of morality. Or at least not by most
people I have known. The manner in which most of my pro professors
fessors professors talk about sex here at the University (and I am sure
most every one can agree on this one point) I was surprised
that they would complain.
The Charlatan with its odd humor and many times quite
funny jokes from being some unrefined, gross magazine
all of us have on occasion seen. The magazine is not pub published
lished published by or at the University and it certainly doesnt con continue
tinue continue to be published because of its unpopularity.
From the viewpoint of Miss Brewers actions being an insult
to the integrity of the UF, I think its mostly an insult to the
University staff. It is Miss Brewers life and if she wishes
to pose outside of her school life, I cannot bring myself to
frown upon it. I commend her in requesting an open hearing
concerning the matter and hope a few people see the light.
RONNY MOBLEY, 3AS

Longhairs
Neednt Hide
EDITOR:
The long-haired rock-and rock-androll
roll rock-androll stars beautifying this
campus are an example of
mans progress toward
liberty. Such performers must
no longer exhibit themselves
under circus tents since the
oppressive tents have gone
out with things like genuine
talent, manners, and human
pride.
But, alas, this tent liber liberation
ation liberation has been offset by a
new, subtle form of oppres oppression,
sion, oppression, and this oppression takes
the forms of untreated and
excessive hair. The laws of
reverse suffrage should allow
our campus pixies to visit,
Beauty Parlors and thereby
become assets to the student
for the Queens wand.
No winks or wolf-whistles
should be allowed pending im improvement
provement improvement of this hairy situ situation.
ation. situation.
REDNECK

Base Your Decision On Christ

EDITOR:
In light of Bishop Pikes address
and subsequent com ment, we would
like to put forth an alternative
view in the hope of encouraging
further serious thought.
Pikes judgment of the chruchs
failure to speak to the social and
intellectual problems of the day,
and its failure to fill the spiritual
vacuum of modern society is cer certainly
tainly certainly valid, but his solution, which
all but eliminates the Bible as a
source of Christian beliefs is ques questionable.
tionable. questionable.
His tripartite theology con consisting
sisting consisting of a belief in a personal
God, an afterlife and living for
others is hardly consistent with the
empirical approach he advocated.
The first two can no more be
empirically proved than those be beliefs
liefs beliefs which he rejects, and his last
is the age-old concept of hu humanism.
manism. humanism. The three alone are in insufficient
sufficient insufficient to form a practical basis
for living. (See Corbin Carnells

SPEAKING OUT

Tigert Remained Silent
In Negro Rights Drive

(EDITORS NOTE: The following is the first
of a series of Speaking Out columns on the pro problems
blems problems of a Negro student. It was written in res response
ponse response to recent comments of Dr. Roy Lassiter,
assistant dean of academic affairs.)
By WAYNE FULTON
Until recently the UF administration was virtually
silent on the presence and problems of Negro
students. In an interview with an Alligator reporter,
Dr. Roy Lassiter, assistant dean of academic
affairs, made a number of statements concerning the
UFs Vexed Negro Population.
Dr. Lassiter indicated that the Negro at the UF
is troubled only by his own qualifications and that
the high academic standards at the University is a
major cause of the small percentage of Negro
students in the Universitys population. He went on
to say that the Universitys determined efforts to
obtain Negro professors had been foiled in part by
the inherent bias of these professors against
teaching in a Southern university.
As a Negro student at the UF, I need more than
a grain of salt to accept these statements. My
knowledge of and experiences with Tigert Halls
handling of the Negro problem at the University
leads me to question Dr. Lassiters sincerity.
Since the advent of school desegregation, southern
educators have created a new Negro stereotype.
According to this stereotype, all Negroes are to a
greater or lesser extent culturally deprived, mis misor
or misor uneducated; so consequently, few can meet the
standards of formerly segregated universities or
compete with white students. This stereotype is
often used to explain the small number of Negro
students attending these universities. This general generalization
ization generalization is not entirely without truth. A large per percentage
centage percentage of Negro high school graduates are unable
to meet the standards of this and other univer universities
sities universities because of poor preparation in the secondary
school. The percentage, however, is not sufficiently
large to explain the small number of Negro students
at formerly segregated southern universities, par particularly
ticularly particularly this one. The UF is not turning away Negro
applicants in droves. The fact of the matter is that
most Negro high school graduates are not willing
to make the personal sacrifices (possibly justly
so) necessary to attend the UF.
The purpose of this article is to bring to light
some of the problems, past and present, of the
Vexed Negro Minority at the UF.
The 1954 Supreme Court decision left three
avenues of action open to southern educators:
(1) Total defiance
(2) Grudging or partial compliance
(3) Total compliance and cooperation
The publicity surrounding those institutions
of higher learning who took the first choice gave
them worldwide fame. Those who took the second
or third are not so well known. A look into the
UFs past will show which choice it made.
Prior to 1962, there were no Negro under undergraduate
graduate undergraduate students at the UF. Several Negro grad graduate
uate graduate students had attended the University and

Analysis of Pike in Thursdays
and Fridays Alligator.
It is Pike's contention that the
conflict between religion and sci science
ence science is the result of the failure
of the church to apply the empirical
method to its theology. But the very
fact that the empirical method is
based on the observable makes it
inadequate for the study of his history
tory history which in addition relies on
the laws of evidence and literary
criticism to substantiate it itself.
self. itself. Following this form of schol scholarship,
arship, scholarship, the New Testament on
which Christianity is based --
holds up remarkably well in the
face of opposition. On page 15 of
The New Testament Documents,
are They Reliable?, Dr. F. F.
Bruce says If the New Testa Testament
ment Testament were a collection of secular
writings, their authenticity would
generally be regarded as beyond
all doubt.
Yet it is a common presup presupposition
position presupposition that the aulhority of to todays
days todays scholars years removed
from the events in question super superseeds

Thursday, February 9, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

seeds superseeds the testimony of the New
Testament eyewitnesses, even
though eyewitness testimony is
essential in historical research.
Tliese eyewitness reports of the
early church cannot be lightly
dismissed. Far from taking a blind
leap of faith, the church has a
rational basis for her beliefs.
According to the New Testa Testament
ment Testament witnesses Jesus Christ
claimed to be God, and proved
it by acts of supernatural power.
He predicted his own resurrec resurrection,
tion, resurrection, and fulfilled his prediction.
There is a choice to be made
by you concerning Jesus Christ
and His claims acceptance or
rejection. But base your decision
on what is relevant, an actual
examination of the information
available concerning Christ, and
not on the present state of
religiousity in the churches and
the people in them.
808 EDEWAARD
RICHARD MOOR
DAVID SELF

there had been one Negro law school graduate.
In the Fall of 1962, with the entrance of the first
Negro undergraduates, discriminatory attitudes in
certain areas of the University proved to be a
source of problems. Most important of these areas
were: on- and off-campus housing, public accom accommodations,
modations, accommodations, athletics and social life.
When these Negro undergraduates arrived at
the University, those who requested on-campus
housing found that they were either automatically
assigned Negro roommates or assigned to single
rooms. Those who tried to find Off-Campus Housing
through the off-campus housing office discovered
that a vast majority of the landlords listed by
Off-Campus Housing would not rent to them.
In the area of public accommodations things
were no better for the Negro student. Numerous
establishments supposedly serving all students
would serve all white, most foreign, but no Negro
students. The College Inn and the Gold Coast res restaurants
taurants restaurants who depended almost entirely on student
patronage refused to serve Negro students.
The Athletic Department refused to recruit quali qualified
fied qualified Negro athletes.
Social and professional fraternities would not
admit Negro students.
Blue Key, who sponsored college day speakers
and student recruitment teams, refused to send
them to Negro high schools. Catalogs, bulletins
and other informational materials were un unavailable'
available' unavailable' to Negro high schools.
The general attitude of most of the student
body was one of hostility, hypocrisy or apathy
in dealing with the problems of its members who
happened to be black.
Four years have passed, Gainesville and the
University community like most of the country
has undergone changes in racial relations. The
number of Negro students has increased several
times its original number. The amount and process
of change that has taken place intheUF community
deserves examination.
The Student Group for Equal Rights, a campus
organization was formed in the spring of 1963.
Composed of Negro and white students, its avowed
purpose was to achieve equal rights for all
citizens of Gainesville." SGER brought a part of
the Civil Rights struggle into the lap of the UF.
SGER, weeks after its formation involved itself in
a number of ambitious projects, the most well wellremember
remember wellremember of which was the attempted desegre desegregation
gation desegregation of the College Inn and Gold Coast restaurants.
When SGERs desegregation talks with the busi business
ness business managers failed, the group threw up picket
lines in front of the Gold Coast in June, 1963 and
in front of the C.I. in July.
Support came from Student Government and a
group of professors. None of the social fraternities
or sororities or campus religious organizations
gave support.
The most disappointing silence, however, came
from Tigert

Boynton Has
A Problem
EDITOR:
I wish to commend, ap applaud
plaud applaud and otherwise give my
thanks to the Florida Film
Society for Sunday night's
W. c. Field's festival. It is
always a delight to see a
master at work and this
certainly was the case in this
instance.
But, Fields said Never
give a sucker an even break''
and I do not intend to do so
in the case of Mr. Wayne
Boynton. His perceptive, pro probing,
bing, probing, in-depth review of that
controversial and current
movie Sound of Music" was
a revelation to even his most
devoted fans. Alert!!! Mrs.
Boynton! Fred Mac Murry is
coming in Disney's Follow
Me Boys." Perhaps you give
us some intellectual thought
on that also. Or perhaps you
would like to quit while you're
behind.
DAN MOWBRAY

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1966 HONDA 90 motorcycle; 9
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HAVE 650 cc BSA in beautiful
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FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for
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WANTED: One single male room
mate to share University Gardens
Apartment, rent and expenses. Two
bedroom, central air and heat.
Quiet study conditions. Call Mike
or Chris 378-4524. (C-87-7t-c).
-, -
WANTED two male roommates
for Frederick's Apartments. Call
378-3939. (C-90-st-c).
(
MALE ROOMMATE wanted for
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help wanted
ATTENTION STUDENT WIVES:
Clinical and research chemistry
laboratory assistants needed. De Desire
sire Desire a minimum of two years
college in a related field or two
years experience in chemistry lab
techniques. Apply Central Em Employment
ployment Employment Center, Bldg. E, Cam Camps
ps Camps or call H. J. Ruckriegel.
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RECEPTIONIST BOOKKEEPER.
Must have pleasant telephone man manner
ner manner and be good typist. Five day
week. Ewing Photoprint Service,
305 North East First Street. 378-
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WANTED ADVERTISING
SALESMAN to service local ac accounts
counts accounts for THE ALLIGATOR. Good
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HELP WANTED Need secre secretarial
tarial secretarial help to work half day, five
days a week. Typing necessary,
no shorthand. 1829 Hawthorne
Road. Call 372-1254. (E-90-4t-c).

, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, February 9, 1967

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Student or student wife to oper operate
ate operate justowriters in preparing cop>
for FLORIDA ALLIGATOR. Ex Experienced
perienced Experienced operator preferred but
not essential. Proficient typing
ability mandatory. Contact Mr.
White or Mr. Myking in offl9e of
the Board of Student Publications,
Basement, Florida Union. (E-85-
tf-noJ
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male, female, parttime, hours can be ar arranged.
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autos
1964 CORVAIR in extra good con condition.
dition. condition. $750. Contact Harold Barn Barnham,
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West University Ave. (G-91-3t-p).
1959 RAMBLER, 4 door, auto automatic,
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dercoated, undercoated, white side walls, ex excellent
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AUSTIN HEALEY 3000. Like new
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cash. Call 378-2218. (G-91-st-p).
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Heater, white walls. Marriage
sale. Med. Center, ext.
5446. (G-91-3t-c).
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wheel covers, perfect condition.
$1,200. Call 372-0974,(G-92-3t-c).
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white walls, needs no work. $499.99
Call Jeff after 5 p.m. at 378-4402.
(G-92-3t-c).
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Uelsmann Shows
Art Photography

Jerry Uelsmann, associate pro professor
fessor professor of art, has been invited to
exhibit a collection of his photo photography
graphy photography at the Edward Steichen
Center, Museum of Modern Art,
in New York from Wednesday, Feb.
14 through April 16.
Uelsmanns unusual, aesthetic
combinations of nature and people
have been published in several
nationally and internationally
known publications. His photo photographic
graphic photographic art will be featured in
upcoming issues of Life and Time
magazines and in Infinity, a pro professional
fessional professional photography magazine
which will devote its cover and a
lengthy inside article to Uels Uelsmanns
manns Uelsmanns work.
International recognition was
given to his efforts in the January
issue of Camera, published in
Switzerland and subscribed to by
outstanding photographers
throughout the world.
Uelsmann attempts to create an
attitude of freedom and daring
toward photography.
It seems to me that we have
just begun to consider the possi possibilities
bilities possibilities of photography (let alone
the possibilities of man), he said.
his works depict the natural and
_the unnatural in alluring depth.
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Fields of grass turn into ripples
of water with the figure of a young
woman reclining where the two
elements meet.
Once in the darkroom, the
venturesome mind and spirit
should be set free free to
search and hopefully to discover,
Uelsmann commented.
The exhibit will appear at the
Universitys Teaching Gallery in
May. The UF will be the first
to receive the works following
the New York show.
FEATURE AT ATTRACTION
TRACTION ATTRACTION -- SuzAnn
Hull figures out away
to attract the judges
eyes during her talent
portion of the Miss
University of Florida
Competition held Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night at Uni University
versity University Auditorium
The beauty queen will
be announced at the
Al Hirt concert Feb
22 in the Gym

Chancellor Indicates
Evils In Honor Court
By BILL DOUTHAT
Alligator Staff Writer
There are many evils in the Honor System, said Ed Dunn, out outgoing
going outgoing chancellor of the Honor Court.
Dunn will turn over his office today to Dave Welch, who captured
the chancellorship in the recent student government elections.
Even the most cherished traditions have to be re-evaluated; the
honor court has been overlooked, said Dunn. He felt that the uni university
versity university should attempt to get support from some large foundation to
conduct a depth study of cheating and its causes on campus.
The type of examinations given here encourage cheating and make
it easy, Dunn sliid Unless groups can be kept from cheating, a
diploma should be given to the entire student body entitled: To
Whom It May Concern.
Other innovations suggested by Dunn include the abolishment of
the penalty hour system. Under this sanction, the student who is
caught cheating is required to acquire more hours than he needs to
graduate.
We are trying to get a student who pleads, or is found guilty, to
write a bachelors thesis, instead of giving him penalty hours,
Dunn said.
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Florida Rifles Toby Muir
Set For Pan-Am Games

By JEFF DENKEWALTER
Alligator Sports Writer
For the first' time in Florida Rifle history, one
of its members has reached the final qualifying
rounds in national competition.
Toby Muir, co-captain and leading scorer on
the Florida Rifles, last weekend; qualified for the

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GARY KELLER, SKIP HIGLEY
. .first UFers in All-Star tilt
UFs Keller, Higley
In All-Star Game
UFs basketball coach Tommy Bartlett announced that seniors
Skip Higley and Gary Keller have been selected to play in the
North-South College All-Star game, April 8, in Charlotte, N.C.
Its a great honor for Skip and Gary to play in the all-star
game, commented Bartlett. Some of the finest seniors in the
nation will be playing.
Along with Higley and Keller players include, Bob Verga, Duke;
Sonny Dove, St. John's; Jimmy Walker, Providence; Ron Widby,
Tennessee; Clem Haskins, Western Kentucky, and many others.
Twenty players were picked to play in the contest.
Walker is one of the leading players in the nation, and is ranked
second in scoring behind sophomore Lew Alcindor of UCLA.
Higley, Floridas captain and floorleader, is considered one of
the finest guards in the South. The 6-0 senior from Akron, Ohio,
is averaging 11.3 points a game. Earlier in the season he was
named MVP of the Gator Bowl Tournament.
Skip is the finest guard I have ever coached, remarked
Bartlett. He is one of the best defensive players and ball
lers in the country. He is our coach on the floor:
Keller is leading the Gators in scoring and rebounding. The 6- 9
lad from St. Petersburg is averaging 14.3 a game. He is one of the
leading rebounders in the South with a 10.3 average.
Higley and Kellers appearance in the North-South game will
be the first time anyone from UF has been chosen to play in a
basketball college All-Star game.

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final elimination matches in the Pan-American
Games.
I know Toby is too modest to boast about
this, said Major Harvey Dick, advisor to the
Rifles, but let me tell you that this was an
exceptional accomplishment. All, and I mean all,
of the top rifle shooters in the nation were in
Miami for these qualification rounds

Muir fired a 1090 total score
which placed him well above the
required qualifying score of 1080.
Final elimination matches are
slated for Ft. Benning, Ga. in late
July. The top shooters in these
rounds will journey to Winnipeg,
Canada later this summer to com compete
pete compete against national teams from
Central and South America.
With two weeks of rest and
practice behind them, the Gator
sharpshooters travel to Tampa this
Saturday to compete in the Tampa
Invitational Rifle Tournament.
Other rifle squads scheduled to
fire are FSU, Miami, Stetson,
Florida A and M and state high
schools.
This will be a very important
match for the men to win, stated
Sgt. Joe Nave, coach of the Gator
marksmen. We will be competing
against most of these teams later
on this season and it is important
that we get some self-confidence
now.
Team members scheduled to fire
are Muir, Lee Young, Jim Waugh,
Terry Chatham, Jay Weber, and
Bill Pennock.
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Halberstein Says New Gym A Necessity

By ROLAND SCOTT
Alligator Corn*pond*nt
Talented basketball players may
shun UF recruiters unless a larger
gymnasium is constructed, a vet veteran
eran veteran sports writer believes.
Joe Halberstein, sports editor
for the Gainesville Sun, said star
basketball players "like to go to
schools where they will have some someone
one someone to watch them.
Halberstein said UF soon will
be one of two school s in the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference with an under undersized
sized undersized gym.
"Every school in the conference,
except Mississippi State and
Florida soon will be able to seat
at least 9,000 persons at their
games, he said.
Florida Gym, Halberstein said,
seats only 6,000 persons.
It should seat 15,000, he said,
"to keep up with the 25,000 stu students
dents students expected to be enrolled in
the near future.
Unless a new gym Is construc constructed,
ted, constructed, "the recruiting of players
may be affected, he said.
"Florida kids still may prefer
the UF but it will be tough to
get out of state boys if the school
cant pack a large audience, he
added.
The sports writer said it was
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led the attack for the fighting
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scoring pass to Skip Heller early
in the contest. The AF. Phi Tigers
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with the score 13 6, DPhiE topping
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"really funny that the Gators have
the best record they ever had and
attendance at the games has fallen
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He said only about 3,500 per persons
sons persons showed up to view Monday's
Florida-Alabama game In Florida
Gym, while at earlier games the
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The Florida Alligator, Thursday, February 9, 1967

Rope Burn Could Cause
Lasting Injury To Terrell

HOUSTON (UPI) Ernie Ter Terrells
rells Terrells trainer said Tuesday night
his fighter suffered possibly perm permanent
anent permanent injury to his left eye from
a rope burn suffered in his title
fight with Cassius Clay.
Sam Solomon said Clay rubbed
Terrells face along the rope de deliberately.
liberately. deliberately.

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So>omon said Terrell went to an
eye specialist in Houston and then
was flown to a hospital in Wash Washington
ington Washington for further examinations.
They know there is some in injury,
jury, injury, Solomon said. They cant
develop yet whether it is perma permanent
nent permanent or temporary. It is definite
the damage was done, not by a
glove, but by a rope.

Gators Calm Hurricanes
In A Breeze, 73-57

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Writer
Floridas Gators may have said
good-bye to Miamis Bruce Hale
Wednesday night despite some
Hurricane antics for a decisive
#3-57 non-conference basketball
win over the Hale-coached Hurri Hurricanes
canes Hurricanes at Florida Gym.
It has been rumored that Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday nights game will be the
last in the Florida-Miami series.
If thats the case, then Miami had
better count itself out now and be
thankful.
In the prelimary, Floridasfrosh
team was handed its ninth loss in
12 tries. This time Valdosta State
was the winner by a 68-61 score.
Ron San Martin paced the losers
with 23 points and Ed Lucky ad added
ded added 16. Valdosta State is now 9-5
on the year.
Florida, now 16-4, led from
the start in the main attraction
and 6-9 Gary Keller once again
provided the teams backbone. He
tied guard Skip Higley for high highpoint
point highpoint honors with 14 and led both
teams in rebounding with 17.
The Gators began the game with
eight straight points. The Canes
Rick Jones scored his teams first
points on a jumper with 15:40
left in the first half.
But then Floridas guns cooled
off the rest of the half. UF saw
its early eight-point lead wittled
to three as Miami center Bill
Soens sank a free throw with four
seconds left before intermission.
The Gators held a skimpy 24-21
margin into halftime. But just as
against Alabama Monday night,

Florida put on a second half spurt
to turn a close game into a rout.
Soens sank a lay-up at the start
of the second half to pare the
lead to one point. But then Florida
started to pull away and Hale gave
Florida fans something to remem remember
ber remember about in his final game
here.
With the help of Gary Keller and
Gary McElroy, the Gators pulled
away to a comfortable 51-40 lead
with 7:30 left in the game.
Then the Hale fireworks.
UFs 6-10 reserve center, Jeff
Ramsey, went high in the air off
Miamis backboard to block a shot
by the Canes Mike Whittman.
But Hale saw the play in a dif different
ferent different light mentioning loudly
to the referee that Ramsey had
committed goal-tending. Appar Apparently
ently Apparently the referee interpreted
something else into Hales com comments
ments comments and hit the Miami mentor
with a technical foul.
Ramsey missed the charity shot
but the Gators picked up new life.
In the next five minutes, UF cap captain
tain captain Higley sank a pair of free
throws, Mike Rollyson and Keller
added a jumper .each and Dave
Miller and Ramsey chipped in each
with a free throw.
With the diversified scoring, the
Gators jacked up their lead to 65-
46 with 2:51 left in the game.
With defeat pinned on his team,
Miamis Whittman, the teams
leading scorer witb a 22-point
average, provided the Gator fans
with the games top play.
The referee called a foul on
Whittman and the burr-headed
Hurricane responded with ages-

ture reminiscent of Charlie Grob
last year that prompted a technical
foul. Hale immediately pounced
off of the bench to protest.
Ten minutes later, things were
settled despite a few Hale orations
and Rollyson sank the free throw
on the technical foul.
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Connecticut sailor Robert Croft
made a 212.7-foot free dive"
into the chilly and choppy Gulf Gulfstream
stream Gulfstream today, breaking a 54-year 54-yearold
old 54-yearold worlds record set accidentally
by a Greek sailor.
it took Croft two minutes and
six seconds to complete the free
dive a dive made without face
mask, breathing equipment or
swim fins.
When told he had broken the
record, Croft let out a wild war
whoop, fell to the deck of his
diving boat and began doing push pushups
ups pushups with one of his crew members
sitting on his back.
Croft made his descent into the
jellyfish-dotted sea holding to a
59-pound weight attached to a mea measured
sured measured rope. When he reached his
maximum depth, he attached a clip
to the line, released the weight and
made his way hand-over-hand to
the surface.