Citation
The Florida alligator

Material Information

Title:
The Florida alligator
Alternate title:
Summer school news
Alternate title:
University of Florida summer gator
Alternate title:
Summer gator
Alternate Title:
Daily bulletin
Alternate Title:
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Alternate Title:
Orange and blue bulletin
Alternate Title:
Page of record
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Publisher:
the students of the University of Florida
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Daily except Saturday and Sunday (Sept.-May); semiweekly (June-Aug.)[<1964>-1973]
Weekly[ FORMER 1912-]
Weekly (semiweekly June-Aug.)[ FORMER <1915-1917>]
Biweekly (weekly June-Aug.)[ FORMER <1918>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1919-1924>]
Weekly (daily except Sunday and Monday June-Aug.)[ FORMER <1928>]
Semiweekly[ FORMER <1962>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1963>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. : ; 32-59 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates:
29.665245 x -82.336097

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note:
Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note:
Has occasional supplements.
Funding:
Funded by Van Dyke Endowment for the Libraries in support of teaching, research, acquisitions, preservation and programs in the Libraries

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright The Independent Florida Alligator. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
Resource Identifier:
000972808 ( ALEPH )
01410246 ( OCLC )
AEU8328 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027439 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Preceded by:
Orange and blue
Succeeded by:
Independent Florida alligator

Full Text
Ways To Modify UF Rules-Reilz

By HAROLD KENNEDY
Alligator Staff Writer
The University of Florida has developed
rules and procedures which it has followed
(with respect to student control), UF
President J. Wayne Reitz told approxi approximately
mately approximately 175 students Monday, and there are
ways to modify those rules.
Reitz was answering questions following
his speech in University Auditorium in
which he deplored the tendency to embark
upon the militant use of power by students
to express their views.

The Florida
% i .
Alligator

Vol. 59. No. 115

Tuition Hike Proposed
To Expand Facilities

Additional story, page 3
By 808 MENAKER
Alligator Managing Editor
A plan to tack an extra $lO onto student tuition
starting in September was unveiled Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon by Legislative Council Representative David

Old Age Home Set
On S.W. 16th Ave.
By JIM WHITE
Assistant Managing Editor
Can a group of tired, ailing senior citizens find peace and hap happiness
piness happiness surrounded by throngs of devil-may-care, hell-raising col college
lege college students?
Tune in next October and find out for sure.
Sin City a group of apartment complexes on S.W. 16th
Avenue housing several thousand UF students will provide the
background for Octobers drama. The senior citizens will be the
residents of the Gainesville Convalescent Home on the corner of
S.W. 16th Avenue and S.W, 10th Terrace.
According to Chuck Perry, general superintendant of the Tassinari
Construction Company, foundations for the home are going down now
and the building should be ready for convalescing in early October.
Such homes are usually designed to take care of elderly people
who cant make it on their own, and are normally surrounded by
large quantities of peace and quiet.
Sin City, as it is called by some UF students, wouldnt appear
to be the most promising spot around for such a home unless
the home were designed to help the areas fun-loving residents
recover from an overindulgent Saturday night. r
One thing, at least, is certain. With thousands of somewhat hedon hedonistic
istic hedonistic UF students living within shouting distance, the Gainesville
Convalescent Home isnt likely to be an ordinary run-of-the-mill
rest home for aging octagenarians.
LAST CHANCE
If you wanted to mail out the Alligator special on in loco paren parentis
tis parentis in last Fridays paper, but couldnt find a place to put your
order, heres another chance.
In several key distribution points, the pick up boxes were lost
or not delivered. The boxes will be there today. Please clip out
the order and put it in the box that will be by the distribution points
today.
NAME:
ADDRESS:
CITY:
STATE:
ZIP CODE:

University of Florida

Present were many leaders in the recent
student rights demonstrations.
Declining to express his views on either
the Student Rights Commission report or
the outcome of the Pam me Brewer case,
Reitz said he felt sorry for this girl
(Miss Brewer). I feel she has been used.
The report of the Studend Rights Com Commission
mission Commission is before the Student Affairs Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, Reitz said. He said any comment
he could make upon the report might pre prejudice
judice prejudice the committee.
He said Faculty Disciplinary Committee
made a value judgement which was within
existing regulations in Miss Brewer's case.

Vosloh, 7 BA.
Vosloh said the realistic and necessary plan
to expand student facilities will be presented to the
Council at its meeting tonight. He will present it in
the form of a resolution.
A four-fifths majority is necessary for the Coun Council
cil Council to pass any resolution. The resolution would only
show the Councils being in favor of the plan. The
actual passage of such a plan would have to come in
the form of a bill in the State Legislature.

Tuesday, March 14, 1967'

The plan would provide money
for Camp Wauburg, a new coliseum
and auditorium, two student park parking
ing parking garages, expanded student
health facilities and a special re reserve
serve reserve account for maintainance.
I feel this plan is realistic
and stands a chance with the Leg Legislature,
islature, Legislature, Vosloh said, but it
muvt have full support of Student
Government and the student body.
Vosloh said he has been thinking
about the plan for some time but de decided
cided decided to implement it only after he
felt there would not be a large
tuition hike coming with the quarter
system.
If they are going to raise the tui tuition
tion tuition I would like to see some of
the money kept here, Vosloh ad added.
ded. added.
The Legislature has been kick kicking
ing kicking these projects further down the
ladder each session. It has to real realize
ize realize these facilities are needed now.
Response from the administra administration,
tion, administration, especially Dr. Reitz, has been
very favorable, Vosloh said.He
is very interested, particularly in
the coliseum.
Vosloh said Reitz has indicated
he will set up a special committee
to look into the plan immediately.
Law Professor Mendell Glicks Glicksberg,
berg, Glicksberg, chairman of the Athletic
Committee, which serves at the
board of directors for the Athletic
Association, already has endorsed
the proposal, Vosloh said.

Leg Council
Meet Tonight
There will be a special meet meeting
ing meeting of Legislative Council tonight
at 8:30 in the Florida Union Aud Auditorium.
itorium. Auditorium.
Party caucuses will be held at
8. First Party will caucus in
room 116. United Party will cau caucus
cus caucus in the Auditorium and Uni University
versity University Party will caucus in room
118.

Reitz said he refused to speak to the teach teachin
in teachin at Tigert Hall last month because the
invitation to speak was accompanied with a
threat. I dont believe, he said, as a
free citizen, or president of this Univer University,
sity, University, or as janitor that I am required to
respond to a threat.
There is a general national trend to toward
ward toward manipulation of students from off offcampus
campus offcampus Reitz claimed. He called the trend
revolting, but admitted that he had no
evidence of such manipulation of UF.
I am what you would call an outside
influence, a man who called himself an
ex-UF student said, before questioning

IV 1
B- wE
W:
WmWKm HHf §
1
Ww
& 'Pw^^ r 1 ytf ItM 4 jL xJR.V MtP. JT. _. *m a,
3jf*ltfc*. i
m i
#- y/y
y iiifr *^| i '%*/***
,
iim7 r VUkkinAaE*r Tl *JyL v ink
Haim ***r +1 1 \ w *p*w j
' wKh*. WL % wu. / W' JmK t
' *glL>_Mt ,mW> it?'
sj f* *%
P*%Sm A / MXif slilflDtiCfi
' iO j BA PjpyMhji
ITS ALMOST SPRING And Susan Blabaum is
ready to go in her bermudas. With the mer mercury
cury mercury beginning to hit 90 degrees in the middle
of winter, such measures soon will be common commonplace
place commonplace around the UF campus. Besides, photo photographer
grapher photographer Nick Arroyo cant resist taking some
leggy art. And we cant resist running it, either.

Reitz on Student rights.
In his speech Reitz said there are many
who have a limited concept of what a uni-,
versity is all about.
It is more than an extension of city
streets, and college admlui?* *il>r.r. -n/
more responsibility than city police.
It is more than a committee of three threewarring
warring threewarring factions, administration, faculty,
and students. And it is more than a plat platform
form platform for direct social action, he said.
The university, Reitz said, is primarily
a center of learning, but, although students
and teachers are partners in the business
of learning, they are not equal partners.



Page 2

!, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, March 14, 1967

RFK Possible
Speaker Here
Next Year
U.S. Sen. Birch Bayh of Indiana,
Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, former
Florida governor Leroy Collins
and US. Congressman Claude Pep Pepper
per Pepper head the preference list of
speakers for the Union Board For Forums
ums Forums Committee next fall, Forums
Chairman George Stuart announced
today.
Kennedy was invited by the
Forums Committee to speak this
trimester, but he declined. How However,
ever, However, since 1968 is an election
year there is a good possibility
that he might come to UF, Stuart
said.
An invitatioli also is being sent
to former Florida governor Leroy
Collins, who achieved national
prestige from his appointment as
undersecretary of commerce by
President Johnson.
Congressman Claude Peppier,
former UJ3. Senator and now a
representative from Miami, is a
member with ranking seniority on
the powerful House Rules Com Committee.
mittee. Committee.
As of this date, Bayh, Collins,
and Pepper have Indicated their
Interest In coming to UF to speak.
Bayh has received recent ac acclaim
claim acclaim for the passage of his
Presidential Succession Amend Amendment
ment Amendment to the Federal Constitu Constitution.
tion. Constitution.
The Forums Committee will
conclude this trimesters pre presentations
sentations presentations with the Florida In Industry
dustry Industry Panel March 23, and the
Freedom of Press Panel on
March 20.
Dalton Named
Nuclear Head
D l *. O. Dalton, nuclear
engineering researcher and tea teacher,
cher, teacher, has been appointed acting
chairman of UFs Department of
Nuclear Engineering Sciences.
He will serve in this capacity
until January, 1968, during the
absence of Dr. Robert E. Uhrig,
now serving as deputy assistant
director for research, U.S. De Department
partment Department of Defense.

UF Spanish Prof Goes
l
On Trial Next Tuesday

A UF Spanish instructor will go
on trial next Tuesday for op opposing
posing opposing a police officer in exer exercising
cising exercising his duty, according to
the Gainesville Police Department.
Haydn W. Hicks was arrested
March 5 after he allegedly in interfered
terfered interfered with an officer, Detective
William Sanders, who was inves investigating
tigating investigating a boy on a possible viola violation
tion violation of curfew charge, according
to Gainesville Police Capt. R. T.
Angel.
The 2:30 a.m. incident which
occured on SW 3rd Ave. was
mostly verbal said Capt. R. T.
Angel. Hicks was released on a
SSOO bond.

The Florida Alligator reserves the right to regulate the typographical tone of all advert advertisements
isements advertisements and to revise or turn away copy which It considers objectionable.
NO POSITION IS GUARANTEED, though desired position will be given whenever
possible
The Florida Alligator will not consider adjustments of payment for any advertisement
Involving typographical errors or erroneous Insertion unless notice Is given to the Ad Advertising
vertising Advertising Manager within (1) one day after advertisement appears. The Florida Alligator
will not be responsitile for more than one incorrect Insertion of an advertisement scheduled
to run several times. Notices for correction must tie given before next Insertion.
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of the University of
Florida and Is published five times weekly except during May, June, and July when
It is published semi-weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinions of their authors.
Address correspondence to The Florida Alligator, Florida Union Building, University
of Florida, Gainesville, na 32U01. The Alligator Is entered as second class matter
at the United States Post Office at Gainesville.

De Gaulle Maintains bum maiority
P

PARIS (UPI) President Charles de Gaulles severely battered
government dug in confidently Monday for another five >ears in
power despite stunning gains by resurgent Communists and leftists
in elections for a new national assembly. A .cabinet shuffle appealed
likely. (t
In a pnoto finish in Sundays runoff elections, de Gaulles Fifth
Republic alliance claimed 244 seats in the new assembly, a bare
one-seat majority. The Gaullists lost 38 seats in the 486-member
Parliment.
De Gaulle nailed down the 244-seat total after a recount Monday
for a disputed seat at Bastia on the Mediterranean island of C or-

Meredith Out Os Congress Race

NEW YORK (UPI) James
Meredith withdrew as GOP can candidate
didate candidate against Adam Clayton
Powell Monday in the face o' a
revolt by Republican precinct cap captains
tains captains and the massive opposition
of Negro leadership.
Merediths action won praise
as a courageous act from most
Negro politv'al and civil rights
spokesmen. He immediately re received
ceived received an invitation from Man Manhattan

Kirk Hit With Suit
Over War On Crime

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) A suit accusing Gov. Claude Kiri of an
outrageous bread: of duty and asking that he be forced to make a
public accounting of private funds donated to his war on crime
was filed with the State Supreme Court Monday.
Edward R. Kirkland, Orlando attorney, demanded that the court

order the governor to take the
undisclosed amount of money, now
deposited in a local bank and put it
in the state treasury until the legis legislature
lature legislature determines whether it can be
used for a private investigative
force with all the authority of the
governor to seek out wrongdoing.
Court sources said a hearing
on the petition probably will be
set for next Monday, the regular
motion day.
Kirkland is the attorney for
Woodrow Darden, suspended Bre Brevard
vard Brevard County school superintendent
and university regent, who was in indicted
dicted indicted on charges of grand larceny,
partially on the basis of evidence
gathered by agents serving as in investigators
vestigators investigators for Kirk under the
command of crime war general
George Wackenhut of Coral Gables.

The trial is scheduled for March
21 at 3:45 p.m. He will be repre represented
sented represented by Gainesville attorney
Selig Goldin.
Hicks could not be reached for
comment. He didnt appear at his
seventh period class Monday and
could not be reached at his home
or office.
f BROKERS FOR OVER 200
T MUTUAL FUNDS
International Securities *'orp.
1000 Riverside Ave.. CALL 372-1022
Jacksonville
(Gainesville residence)

hattan Manhattan Borough President Percy
Sutton to come back to the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic party fold a ; d help sup support
port support Negro voters in a contro controversial
versial controversial Mississippi election next
month.
The 33-year-old Columbia Uni University
versity University law student, one of the
heroes of the c'vU rights move movement,
ment, movement, informed the press he was
dropping out of the race by tel telephone
ephone telephone shortly after midnight, giv giving
ing giving no reason. When reporters

WANTEDA
GIRLS for the
W B YONDER IJW
Must Be 21, In Good Health,
Between 5 3-5 8 I
INTER VIEWS-WEDNESDAY,
If interested call U. of Florida
Placement Service Ext.-2351
for appointment.
LET PAN AM PAY YOU TO A
SEE THE WORLD JF

sica where 200 riot police were flown in from the mainland to
prevent violence.
An estimated 1,000 demonstrators marched through the streets
of Bastia on the island where Napoleon was born singing the Mar Marseillaise
seillaise Marseillaise and cheering for leftist candidate Jean Zuccarelli.
But shortly after 7:30 p.m., the results of the recount were an announced,
nounced, announced, giving the Corsica seat to Gaullist candidate. Jaeaues
Faggianelli and assuring de Gaulle of his narrow parliamentary
majority.
Francois Mitterand, the leader eff the leftist federation Hew to
Corsica to oversee the recount.

cornered him ahe 'eft his Mor Morningside
ningside Morningside Heights apartment to go
to a morning class, he made a
brief, unemotional explanation of
his decision.

2 For 1 1/2 SAU
TUESDAY ONLY
i
2 Complete Chicken Dinners
ONLY $1.65
Kentucky fried
Norik (tmerioks MospMty Vtik...
3 Locations: 214 NW 13th St. 376-6472
114 NW 34th St. 372-3649 #1
207 NE 16th Ava. 378-2959 M I

lEDDY bear NUrS e rC|
1214 1/2 NW 4th St. Y
376-0917
5 age groups, infant through
kindergarten Classes.
jUi^cortltioned^New^



NEW 1967
Air Conditioned
Volkswagen
$1997
MILLER BROWN
MOTORS
4222 NW 13th ST.
spend
ONE MOMENT
On Gator Ads
and save
DOLLARS

COLLEGEMASTER
The College Plan No War a Ju .,
for the College Man Family Plan
m ii m Rider Available For
---/Jl Wife and Child n I
rate UF REPRESENTATIVES ||
k /i- Dan Sapp Mel Ward
' George Corl Dave Fogg
Fidelity Union Life -Insurance Co. 376-1208

J( m > \\
r n
K-i *m 0* TZ 'Sz; mm m* mwmtrnwmmmmrn mS
EiSl I I
FROM OUR CLASSIC SELECTION OF
TRADITIONALLY-STYLED SPORTCOATS...
There are interesting new colors in patterns and solid
tones. Each is meticulously tailored of soft, unpadded
construction that consistently provides the ultimate
in comfort, together with a tastefully understated look.
May we show you our selection soon?
From Fifty Dollars
Number Six Main Street South

English Prof Herbert
Will Speak Ton ight
Dr. T. Walter Herbert, UFs
faculty lecturer, will speak to tonight
night tonight on Fictions and the Shape
and Meaning of Passion. The
talk, at 8:15 in McCarty Auditor Auditorium,
ium, Auditorium, deals with the difference be between
tween between literary and computer think thinking.
ing. thinking.
Herbert is a specialist in Eliza Elizabethan
bethan Elizabethan and Shakespearian drama.

Here s Where Revenue
From Hike Would Go

Here is how the additional $lO
tuition supplement proposed by
David Vosloh would be divided up
to expand student facilities:
$1 per quarter from each stu student
dent student would be used to expand re recreational
creational recreational facilities. Up to
$500,000 in tax-free, four and one onehalf
half onehalf percent interest-bearing state
bonds, would be issued to finance
new construction and improve improvements
ments improvements to Camp Wauburg (up to a
maximum of $350,000). The bal balance
ance balance of the bond proceeds would
be used for new recreational fac facilities
ilities facilities on campus.
$5 per quarter per full-time stu student
dent student would be used to construct
a 15,000 seat coliseum built on a
model of Miami Beach Convention
Hall. A heated, indoor swimming
pool would be constructed adjacent
to the coliseum. The operating

Tuesday, March 14, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

and maintainence of these facili facilities
ties facilities would be under the financing
and direction of the Athletic As Association
sociation Association and the UF administra administration.
tion. administration.
Student Government would have
the opportunity to use the coliseum
for three events per quarter at no
charge. Students would be able to
use the pool except during varsity
practice sessions and meets.
Up to $5 million in tax-free,
four and on-half per cent interest interestbearing
bearing interestbearing state bonds wouls be issued
to finance the construction. The $5
per quarter will be made to a bond
sinking fund, subject to an annual
maximum of $325,000 and quar quarterly
terly quarterly maximum of SIOO,OOO. Any
remaining balance will go into a
special reserve account.
$2 per quarter per full-time
student would go toweards the con construction
struction construction of two multi-story
parking garages, each with a ca capacity
pacity capacity of 600 cars. They would
be constructed for student use
only.
The location of each would be
determined by the parking and
HULL'S!
Brake Service I
& Supply I
* Complete Brake
Service on All j
American And I
Foreign Cars. §
* 10,000-Mile or I
1-Yr. Guaranty §
On Complete 1
Brake Jobs. j
* Wheel Balancing |
* Rebuilt Genera- I
tors & Starters. §
* Expertly Trained
Mechanics Here |
To Serve You. 1
Member of 1
Independent Garage I
Owners of America, Inc. I
1314 S. Main St. I
PH. 372-1497

DIAMOND
if its more
than "puppy love
MYSTIQUE, from $l5O.
Its time to begin that very
.nio.g.d o iKow dtoi careful selection of a lasting
symbol of love. An examina examina.
. examina. tion of our complete collection
_ ~ lfN of Art Carved diamond rings
GAINESVILLE S will help you make this impor important
tant important decision. Only Art Carved,
QUALITY with a proud heritage of 50 mil million
lion million rings created since 1850,
JEWELER offers such a wide selection,
each guaranteed for carat caratweight,
weight, caratweight, color, cut and clarity.
Phone 376-2655 103 W. Univ. Ave.

traffic survey presently underway.
Up to $2 million in tax-free, four
and one-half per cent interest
bearing state bonds would be is issued
sued issued to finance construction. The
$2 per quarter payment would be
made to a bond sinking fund.
#51.50 per quarter per full-time
student would be used to help de defray
fray defray the operating expense for four
satellite clinics These clinics
would be located in various living
areas and would be staffed 16 hours
per day by registered nurses. Out Outpatient
patient Outpatient clinic privileges would be
extended to the immediate mem members
bers members of those married student fam families
ilies families living within Alachua County.
#s.so per quarter per full-time
studeft would be used for a spe special
cial special reserve account to pay for in insurance
surance insurance and maintainance in the
new recreation facilities and park parking
ing parking garages. The money would also
be used to make up any deficits in
the annual maximum contributions
to the bond sinking funds on the
first three items.
As the bonds for the first three
projects are retired, students
would vote, through a referendum
whether to continue the tuition
supplement for each project and
construct new facilities, or elim eliminate
inate eliminate that proportion of the tu tuition
ition tuition supplement.
Rossiter
To Speak
Clinton Rossiter, well known
author and lecturer, will take UF
students back to the 1964 presi presidential
dential presidential election during a campus
address Thursday this week.
Speaking in the University Aud Auditorium
itorium Auditorium at 8 p.m., Rossiters topic
will be The Johnson-Goldwater
Election and the Aftermath.
Rossiter, author of the books,
The American Presidency and
Parties and Politics, is cur currently
rently currently a government instructor at
Cornell University. He also serves
as a consultant to the Rockefeller
and Ford Foundations.

Page 3



Page 4

- The Florida Allieator. Tuesday, March 14, 1967

The Florida All igator
A MiQMify h Ow RvhFW7lw'7w&'
EDDIE SEARS 808 MENAKER STEVE HULL
Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor
ANDY MOOR 808 BECK
Editorial Editor Sports Editor
Opinions of columnists do not necessarily reflect the
editorial viewpoint of the Alligator. The only official
voice of the Alligator staff is the editorial in the left
column.
No Dissent
Dissent has become a very popular
topic on this campus; be it real or
manufactured.
Dissent on this campus is certainly
vocal and well publicized.
However, if Monday afternoons speech
and question "and answer period with UF
President J. Wayne Reitz indicated any anything
thing anything at all, it showed clearly that UF
students arent rally interested in dis dissent.
sent. dissent.
In fact, judging by the crowds size,
students probably arent too interested in
their University and its problems.
A crowd of, at most, 200 persons
gathered to hear Reitz field questions
on student rights and responsibilities.
The president made an earnest effort
to clear the air.
But discounting professors, members
of the press and some university police,
there probably werent more than 175
students present to breathe the purified
air.
Clearly if only one per cent of the
student body is interested in hearing its
president address them on what has been
advertized as a vital topic something is
drastically wrong.
Or maybe it was just too sunny Monday
afternoon and all the angry students were
out busily tanning themselves.
More Spirit
This years state high school basketball
tournament was a marked change from
those of the past.
The most obvious difference was the ad addition
dition addition of Negro players to the tournament
on large scale, coming to is height when
St. Petersburg Gibbs, the eventual Class
AA champ, and Miami Curley matched
with nine of 10 starters being Negro.
Fans of high school basketball saw
some of the best ball handling and shoot shooting
ing shooting ever in that game as G ibbs Elbert
Crumb and Curleys John Gay matched
wizardries.
And the play of Labelles 6-6 center,
Luther Adams, in the Class B tourney,
was top-notch.
Despite all the heroics of these and
other Negro players in the tourney, this
wasnt the greatest contribution.
The Gibbs cheerleaders provided that.
Starting Friday night they captured the
fans fancy with their Hey, Hey, Big
Team, You Look So Good To Me cheer,
which the crowd picked up with foot footstomping
stomping footstomping beat Saturday, and the We
the Top chant near the buzzer in the
finals went over well too.
The Gibbs cheers were more original
and had more spirit than any weve heard
in a long time.

SPEAKING OUT

Tune In, Turn On, Freak Out

By JOEL STARKEY
In an article, Mass Culture
Invades UF, that appeared in
the Alligator (Wednesday, March
1) Emily Maclachlan implies that
mass culture presents people with
escapes into drugs and instant sex!
She also states that mass culture
erodes the good old middle-class
virtues of self-restraint, self-dis self-discipline
cipline self-discipline and hard work.
In commenting on the latter
statement, I must agree that what
she calls middle-class virtues and
what I prefer to call necessary
evils are indeed old if not ancient

THE UNQUESTIONING WAR

Ours Is Not To Reason Why...

By 808 MORAN
Alligator Columnist
A mushroom cloud, orange,
pretty, bright and deadly rises
in the sky. Beautiful on film. Dead Deadly
ly Deadly in life.
A boy walks in the world. He
doesnt know who he is yet. Dem Democracy?
ocracy? Democracy? To a 19-year-old boy it
is a nice word, rolls easily off
his tongue. He is willing to die
to find a definition.
A man raises his eyes to hea heaven.
ven. heaven. Symbolism, up raised eyes,
shows he has God on his side.
Questions unlit in the mind
burst forth like a bullet from a
clean gun. Why? Nothing else, no
other question, just why?.
In Washington a man sits behind
a desk. The desk is clean; his uni uniform
form uniform is clean. Before him is a
chart, or a request or maybe
just a blank piece of paper. The
mans hand is steady; his brain
is clear. Without thought he
scribles this months draft quota.
A long time ago a girl made
a discovery. At night she dream-
In her dreams she saw cars
running on her discovery; she
saw cities living on her discov discovery.
ery. discovery. She knew her mind, her
hands herself; she had given
birth to a new age. She had given
life, given salvation to all man mankind.
kind. mankind. Mankind took her life, her
salvation, made a bomb out of it
and Madame Curie died of radi radiation
ation radiation poisoning.
In Florida a large college de debates.
bates. debates. Is compulsion the way?

and archaic.
But rather than refute her state statement
ment statement that self-restraint, self-dis self-discipline,
cipline, self-discipline, and hard work are vir virtues,
tues, virtues, I would like to refute her
statement that drugs are used by
people as an escape mechanism.
When I speak of drugs I mean
keif, marijuana or any prepara preparation
tion preparation of hashish, mescaline, Banni Bannisteria
steria Bannisteria Caapi, LSD 6, LSD2S, sa sacred
cred sacred mushrooms or any other drug
of the hallucinogenic group. The
action of these drugs is physi physiol
ol physiol otically opposite to the action of
JUNK heroin, opium, and mor morphine.
phine. morphine. A lamentable confusion be-

No, screams the majority. No
scream the students. No, screams
the faculty. No, a boy should not
learn to kill as he learns to think.
Ah -- but the power knows death
is part of life. Death is away of
life. It must be compulsory. So
three days a week the student
learns to think and understand.
One day is spent learning to
march. The last is spent learn learning
ing learning to kill.
A parade. People line the streets
in expectation. Little children run
and smile and sing and are little
children. Parents smile at their
darlings and are parents. Young
lovers hold hands, wrap them-

Florida Alligator Staff
Editorial nt As ,IM WHTE NICK ARROYO
Editorial Assistant Assistant Managing Editor Photo Editor
ST r r US ,O r ANN LANGWORTHY GENE NAIL
General Assignment Editorial Assistant
Editor
Fun ? rVey Alper Bm Donttht, Elaine'
Shlherd Judy *ern F*.
toSetf S fr TAI it T t l". D n F !SOm Pe *sy Snelder,Andrew
rTache' D lonnt Allen. Eddie Gutten-
L Weiss 'far ake >> 0(1,1 Menaier, Dave Keddlck, David
eISS> Kare L, 6. Jot>n Ellsworth. Dlann Devine.

tween the two classes of drugs
has arisen, owning to the zeal of
the U.S. and other narcotic de departments.
partments. departments.
I have never felt the drug,
experience to be an escape or those
who freak out' to be escapists
father than provide a means of
escape, the drug experience pro provides
vides provides the individual with a method
of exploring the potentialities of
the nervous system, releasing psy psychic
chic psychic energies from the manacles
of symbolic modes of expression expressionand
and expressionand discovering the wisdom of the
cells, to find the revelation
that is within your own body.
I might add that if Emily Mac Maclachlan
lachlan Maclachlan defines escape as gaining
or regaining liberty,' which by the
way is the meaning of the word,
then I would have to agree with
her that drugs are a means by
which one gains liberty. But I
am afraid that she is all tied up
in he# so-called virtues of self selfrestraint,
restraint, selfrestraint, self-discipline, and hard
work; and she probably means that
to escape' is to run away from
these glorious virtues of her mid middle
dle middle class society.
I would like to point out that
while the drug-experience does
iberate an individual from mass
:ulture it does not necessarily
provide a means by which one can
run away from the existing society.
After all, if you can create any
universe you want through your
nervous system, if the gateways
to Eden are the sensors'', then nat naturally
urally naturally you are no longer going to
be satisfied with the two normal
levels of consciousness.
The two normal levels of con consciousness
sciousness consciousness as defined by Char
Jolles, editor of the Los Angeles
Free Press are, stupor (that of
sleep/or intoxication with alco alcohol,
hol, alcohol, barbituates, etc.) and sym symbolic
bolic symbolic awareness (normal, visible
(SEE TUNE PAGE 5 )

selves around each other and wait.
Everybody is waiting. Then comej
the parade. The parade rolls by
with bands, pretty girls, horses,
clowns, music, laughter, and sol soldiers
diers soldiers and guns and tanks and mis missies
sies missies and bombs.
A radio plays. A flash-back from
a year ago. The number one song.
Drums bang, trumpets toot and
a man sings, he sings of death,
the pride of killing. The song goes
on and on. Jump and die it screams.
Love it, cries the public. Then
the song draws to a finish Put
wings on my son's chest." Let
( SEE OURS PAGE 5 1



END RESULTS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED

EDITOR:
I nave become deeply concerned
with the provisions recently sub submitted
mitted submitted by the Student Rights Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. I think the Student Body
should carefully consider the end
results of such proposals if it is
railroaded through in the cur current
rent current emotionally charged move movement
ment movement for Rights!
We cry for our Rights and use
sit-ins, teach-ins, sleep-ins, and,
I suppose, sign-ins (sign day) in
exploiting or extending our Rights!
I think our community is bettered
when we have serious introspec introspection
tion introspection and analysis as to the rights
and privileges of each citizen.
It is both democratic and Ameri American
can American to uphold all rights in our free
society.
< My big question is, are we
forcing an establishment and de definition
finition definition of a more precise set of
rights to the detriment of our
larger area of privileges?
The normal and expected conse consequence
quence consequence of this would be that we
will get cut and dried justice
without the tempering of mercy.
At present, when a student gets'
into difficulty with the local au authorities,
thorities, authorities, the university leans over
hack wards to help the student out

Ours Is Not
To Reason Why

( FROM PAGE 4)
him kill like me. Let him die
like me.
It is late at night. The television
is going off the air. A song,
familiar, plays softly in the back background.
ground. background. Around the country people
stand; they are still in reverence;
it is the national anthem. The words
ring clear through the stillness of
night. Bombs bursting in air.
The rockets red glare. On the
screen there is a picture. Os air airplanes
planes airplanes that kill, of bombs that
kill, of men that kill and still
the song plays on and the people
stand.
The elders look at the young
perplexed. Why are you con confused?

College Terrace
By Popular Demand Will Be
Co-Ed
BEGINNING "A SUMMER TERM 1967
APARTMENT HOUSE STANDARDS
RATES
A- Sum m er h -1967
Rates Per Occupant
$45.00 Month rwoPerApt.
($90.00 Ent e Term) Term Payments In
Plus Utilities Advance
Fall Winter Spring
B Summer -1967 Tern, 9 Mo. Lease
$40.00 Month Monthly Payments I
(SBO.OO Entire Termi with slight Extra
Plus Utiliti Charge. I
C Fall-Winter-Spring 1967-1968
$53.00 Each Installment $159.00 Per Term
I Plus Utilities
I Now Making Reservations
I Contact Office 1225 S.W. Ist Ave.
m i
|__ Tel 378-2221

Do More Rights Mean Fewer Privileges?

of his predicament. Most of the
business firms of the area actually
prefer to turn such students over
to the university for their dispo disposition
sition disposition instead of pressing
charges through the local courts.
I personally have not met a
student who would prefer a perm permanent
anent permanent criminal record from the
downtown courts rather than sub submitting
mitting submitting to the much lighter dis discipline
cipline discipline of the University, which
would not be overly detrimental to
the individuals future.
As the attorney general of the
Honor Court I realize that the
proposed provisions would cut
down on a few of our cases, but
we would still have the academic
dishonesty area which would con continue
tinue continue to keep us busy, so I am
not worried about the Court be becoming
coming becoming a memory instead of a
functioning organization. I am not
fighting for the Honor Court, I
am thinking of the students who do
occasionally need help.
What happens to the many stu students
dents students who get caught in some
difficulty? Will the university con continue
tinue continue at that time to lean over
backwards to help that student?
Will the university continue to
get the judge or committing mag magistrate

fused? confused? they ask. There is no
answer.
The year I was born the bomb
exploded over Japan. Remember
before the bomb? No I cannot
remember then I wasnt born
then.
All through school I learned to
hate the Russians. I never spoke
the word, Russia. I knew it was
a curse. Then, without warning,
dont hate the Russians anymore;
its the Chinese you have to hate.
Youth sings songs of post World
War Three. Dreams of the after
float in all minds; everyone is the
last of his race. Everyone preaches
I am right.
Everyone is right. Everyone
is dead. Only God knows if pawns
are free in a grave.

istrate magistrate to release them into the
custody of the Dean of Men or
Dean of Women?
Os course not! Under such pro provisions
visions provisions the university would co cooperate
operate cooperate with the local authorities
and would be prevented by policy
to assume the role of the loving
parent and can only maintain the
idea that this does not come under
academic jurisdiction and there therefore
fore therefore must consider any difficulty
by the student with local authorities
as a severance of the connection
with the University.
Is a student living on campus
any more or less a member of the
university community than the one
who lives across the street from
_the campus, or the one who lives

Tune In, Turn On, Freak Out

( FROM PAGE 4 )
reality). He also adds, that
once you have been up, then of
course society as it now exists is
down. But you do not escape
from the existing society you
become more aware of it due to
the fact that the drug Intensifies
the sensory abilities of the central
nervous system.
For additional evidence that the
hallucinogenic drugs are not taken
to escape, I would refer Emily
Maclachlan to a report published
in January entitled The World of
the Youthful Drug User. The
report is the result of an 18 month
study and discloses the findings of
a program called the Add Center
Project, directed by Herbert
Blumer, professor of criminology
and sociology at the University
of California at Berkeley.
Roger Smith, the director of
the Add Center Project and a
professor in criminology, con concludes
cludes concludes that, Professional lit literature
erature literature pictures the hallucinogenic
drug users as retreatists and fail failures
ures failures from society. The Fact is
that most are pretty bright and
most will lead conventional lives.
He also states that, After stu students
dents students learn to use drugs for plea pleasure,
sure, pleasure, being turned-on and
WOULD YOU LIKE A GOOD
SUMMER JOB?
MANPOWER
WILL BE ON CAMPUS THIS
WEEK TO LINE UP OFFICE
WORKERS
Its never too early to start
lining up the job you want this
summer. Manpower, the
worlds largest temporary
help service, would like to
hear right now about your
availability and capability...
whether you have office
skills like typing, stenogra stenography,
phy, stenography, or office machine op operation.
eration. operation. If you will be avail available
able available to work during the va vacation
cation vacation time in Jacksonville,
Florida please see our Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville representative,
Mrs. Lillian Thom while she
is on campus. Those students
interested may sign up in
Room 309 of the Florida
Union Building today. Mrs.
Thorn will conduct inter interviews
views interviews on Wednesday, March
15, from 1 p.m. til 5 p.m.

Tuesday, March 14, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

in an off campus student com community?
munity? community?
If we persist in this distinction,
what other avenues are open to the
university than adopting the policy
that complete severance is
automatic when a student gets into
difficulty with the local authori authorities?
ties? authorities? Perhaps this practice might
be extended to the Honor Court as
the University of Virginia does,
which severs the students relat relationship
ionship relationship with the University by ex expulsion
pulsion expulsion when convicted of any
honor violations.
When Rights in this area are
demanded and achieved, one also
finds that justice under the law
becomes more strict. If I get into
trouble I would rather have mercy

turning-otners-on' Decomes an
established social practice, sim similar
ilar similar to the convention of buying a
fraternity brother a drink.
In condemning hallucinogenic
drugs as an escape mechanism,
Emily Maclachlan has failed to
take into account the possibility
that Jesus Christ, himself, may
have turned-on. The Bible veri verifies
fies verifies the fact that Jesus went into
the wilderness where He ate
locusts and wild honey. After eating
the honey and locusts, He heard
God, talked with the Devil, and
talked with angels.
If we rule out locusts on grounds
of ignorance, we are left with the
honey. So what makes us think
that Biblical (or any) honey might
be especially enlightening, i.e.,
psychedelic?
wherefore he put forth the
end of the rod that was in his
hand, and dipped it in an honey honeycomb,
comb, honeycomb, and his hand to his mouth;
and his eyes were enlightened.
Then said Johnathon see, I pray
you, how mine eyes have been en enlightened,
lightened, enlightened, because I tasted a little
of this honey.
Thaddeus and Rita Ashby, two
graduate students in sociology at
the University of California (Santa
Barbra) have stated concerning
this passage from the Bible, that
it was not the mere existence

C VOLKSWAGEN OK AMEKICA, INC*
If youre counting I
on a new VW, I
you can stop at $1639. I
Suggested retail price (East Coast) or (West Coast) I
P.0.E., local taxes and other dealer delivery charges, 1
if any, additional. 1
In fact, when it comes to money, aVW will 1
save you a lot of counting after you buy it, top. 1
On gas bills. (It gets about 29 mpg.) 1
On tires. (They average 40,000 miles.) 1
It hardly ever needs oil between changes. 1
And, since the engine is air-cooled you never 1
have to dish out for anti-freeze. I
So if you dont like to count, buy a Volkswagen. I
It figures. 1
MILLER-BROWN <| I
4222 N.W. 13th St. NJQf/
376-4552 authorized
DEALER 1

and leniency than justice and the
public relations impact of the Uni University
versity University has brought about the
:r.ercy and leniency for students in
the past.
Which would you prefer? Do you
want a very small minority to
force the University into such a
policy?
Lets not be naive about this
problem. Let us consider the
natural and probable consequences
of such a provision. Im sure that
an enlightened intelligent com community
munity community can find away in which
to secure the rights and still look
to the University for help in times
of dire need.
DAVID COX, 4LW

of this enlightening honey that made
news In the Bible apparently
that wasnt news but rather
that Jonathon was so eager to
eat this honey, he violated a strict
fast day (decreed by his father,
King Saul) that his eyes might
become enlightened. It seems then
as now, the experience was worth
the penalties.
By implying that Jesus Christ
turned-on, I am not saying that
God is no more than an halluci-t
nation. But I am suggesting that
Indeed He does exist and that In
order to realize this fact an indi individual
vidual individual has to achieve a higher
level of consciousness such as
Christ did by eating the enlighten enlightened
ed enlightened honey.
Rather than dwell on the re religious
ligious religious aspects of the 'drug-ex 'drug-experience
perience 'drug-experience and take a chance at
beiqg labeled a religious Chris Christian
tian Christian fanatic or a wild-eyed kook,
I would like to add that, since I
have not had any experience with
hallucinogenic or other drugs, I
am unable to verify what I have
stated above with personal ob observations.
servations. observations. But I feel and en encourage
courage encourage those who want to
liberate themselves from the out outmoded
moded outmoded and useless evils of self selfrestraint,
restraint, selfrestraint, self-discipline and hard
work do so. So time in, turn on,
and freak out!

Page 5



GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

J for sole
STUDENT SPECIALS Admiral
or PWlco air conditioner. Cost
plus 10%; over 300 satisfied stu studeats.
deats. studeats. Sudden Service Fuel Oil
Co. 376-4404. 907'S.W. 3rd St.
(A-112-ts-c).
MIRANDA F-1.8 single reflex. F
3.5, FB, Telephoto, $300.00. 376-
9775 after 6 P.M. (A-114-st-c).
1965 YAMAHA 80cc excellent con conditlon,
ditlon, conditlon, asking $225.00.
ask for David fA-ii4-2t-c).
VESPA Motorscooter 125 cc; 1964
medel. Phone 378-4880. (A-113-
3t-c).
1966 HONDA 305 Scrambler; cue-'
t tom blue paint job, perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Call: Mark any evening except
Thursday 378-6534. (A-111-st-c).
RCA Portable Stereo, perfect con condition,
dition, condition, floating head, extra length,
extended speakers. Reasonable.
Call 372-1553 between 5:30 and 6
; P.M. (A-111-st-c).
'
1965 HONDA 90, S2OO or best
offer. Blues 757, 376-9289. (A (A-,
, (A-, 114-3 t-p).
HONDA 50, 1965 C-110, perfect
condition, pampered and cared for
by Graduating Senior. $l4O, call
372-9260. (A-115-2t-p).
FOR SALE Honda 300 Scram Scrambler
bler Scrambler Like new, call 378-5211
after 5 p.m. (A-115-2t-c).
AIR CONDITIONER, 1 ton, three
years old, excellent condition, $95.
Large window fan, $lO. Call 372-
0143. (A-115-lt-c).
for rent
AVAILABLE FOR two girls, spring
trimester, one bedroom In 2-bed 2-bedroom
room 2-bedroom Landmark Apt. Air condi conditioned;
tioned; conditioned; carpeted; faces pool.
Phone: 378-4613. (B-114-3t-p).
GOING TO BE AROUND this sum summer?
mer? summer? Like to live at Colonial
Manor Apts, for only SIOO per
month? Then call 372-7111 or stop
over at 1216 S.W, 2nd Ave. Just
a few left. Hurry. (B-114-10t-c).
APARTMENT for rent, one bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, built in kitchen, air con condition
dition condition and heat. Three closets
and swimming pool. $95 per month.
Call 372-3826. (B-112-lOt-c).
Mr-conditioned apts. for
summer with pool close to
campus, 1524 N.W. 4th Ave. For 4
2,3, or 4 people $65, S7O, $75
per month plus electricity. 376-,
8990, University Apts. (B-109-
lOt-c).
NEED TO SUBLET University
Gardens apartment for summer.
Completely furnished Inauthentic
Early American Antiques, also
SBOO stereo. All you pay Is regu regular
lar regular unfurnished rate. Call Richard
376-4244. (B-U5-3t-c).
ONE BEDROOM Apartment for
rent during summer. Air condi conditioned,
tioned, conditioned, four blocks from campus.
$95. Call 378-3846. (B-113-st-p).

jm wm ITS ELEMENTARY ;
H~K fl The Most Student-Minded Businessmen
-A. ADVERTISE IN THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
r\ S <*£?"?]&%'* i * '**
, i

wanted
WANTED FEMALE roommates
for summer term to Village Park
Apartment on pool and air con conditioned,
ditioned, conditioned, 378-5618. (C-114-3t-c).
BASS PLAYER needed for new
local band. Call Ron, 378-1071.
(C-114-2t-D).
WANTED TO BUY room air
conditioner, approximately two
tons. Must be in good mechanical
condition. Call 376-3211, ext. 5472
after 5, call 378-1401. (C-114-3t (C-114-3tc).
c). (C-114-3tc).
FEMALE ROOMMAT L wanted,
now and (or) Spring trimester.
, Please call 378-3484 between 5 and
6:30 p.m. (C-114-2t-c).
* WANTED one male roommate
IMMEDIATELY to share two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment at French Quarter
or four students to sub-lease for
summer term. Call 376-9017. (C (C---1
--1- (C---1
WANTED: Female roommate to
share apartment for spring term.
Location is 207 NW 17th St; La
Fontana Apts. Call: 378-1867. (C (C---113
--113 (C---113 2t-p).
,, H ........ ~ ~
- help wanted
RECEPTIONIST-Secretary for
pediatrics office, at least three
years availability desired. Ability
to deal with people essential.
Typing and dictaphone required.
Write Box 2427, stating age, edu education,
cation, education, qualifications and refer references.
ences. references. (E-111-10t-c).
SALESMAN WANTED Part time
full time to work for old estab established
lished established firm. High Commissions
for summer work. Car necessary.
Call 372-0500. (E-111-st-c).
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT. Male
camp counselors needed. Must be
accomplished horseman. WSI also
needed. If interested call 378-6595.
(E-111-10t-c).
NEEDED: Male assistant, must
have transportation. Machine shop
or electronic experience preferred
but not necessary. $1 $1.50 per
hour. 372-8273. (E-U3-3t-c).
NOW HIRING bellboys for Ramada
Inn. Day and night shift. Part time
or full time. Apply in person 9 to
5 p.m. Ramada Inn. (E-114-lOt-c).
NEED FULL TIME Bookkeeper,
knowledge of billing machine, ex experience
perience experience preferable. Pay accord according
ing according to ability. Apply in person,
Silvermans, 225 W. Univ. Ave.
(E-114-ts-c).
NEEDED Part-time, medical tech technologist-technician.
nologist-technician. technologist-technician. Immediate
opening. Good salary, and working
conditions. Inquire Personal Di Director,
rector, Director, Alachua General Hospital,
914 SW 4th Ave. (E-114-10t-c).

Page 6

The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, March 14, 1967

help wanted
L 1-- 1 1
I AM LOOKING for an aggressive
girl who Is Interested in earning
$l5O and up, part time. Plan to
stay thru A Term. Call 376-0445
before noon. (E-115-4t-c).
WANTED Cashier and Assist-"
ant Manager Trainee. Contact
Harry Fehrman at 378-1001. (E (E---108-lOt-c).
--108-lOt-c). (E---108-lOt-c).
situations
wanted
MOTHER WITH Ph.D. In chemistry
desires to return to work. Avail Available
able Available approximately 4 tours a day.
Call 378-4533. (F-113-3t-p).
autos
1964 GTO Convertible, automatic,
blue-green with white top. Very
good condition, a rare one. Must
sell. $1,600. 372-5613. (G-112-
st-p).
1964 VOLKSWAGEN, red, radio
and heater, wsw, $995. Call 376-
3529 after 6 p.m. (G-113-4t-p).
1959 AUSTIN HEALY SPRlTE,ex SPRlTE,excellent
cellent SPRlTE,excellent condition. SSOO firm. Call
378-6341 after 8 p.m. (G-113-3t-
P).
1960 RAMBLER WAGON. One own owner,
er, owner, radio, heater, and RECLINING
SEATS. Five good tires, need mon money.
ey. money. Only $75 dollars. Call Don,
372-9454. (G-111-3t-p).
FOR SALE: 1960 4 door Falcon,
straight shift. Call: 378-3087 after
6 p.m. (G-111-st-p).
1965 VW SEDAN, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, radio, seat belts, luggage
rack. 376-2968. (G-114-st-c).
1962 Corvair Monza, mechanical mechanically
ly mechanically perfect, new tires, clean interior
Best offer accepted. Call 378-
4630 after 5:30 P.M.(G-111-st-c).
FOR SALE 1957 Mercury, good
transportation, $lO5, 1962 Honda
Super Hawk $l9O, Beer brewing
kit, with instruction book, $lO.
Call: 378-4324. (G-115-lt-c).
1963 VW Valiant, radio, 28,000
miles. One owner, call 372-1667
after 6 p.m. (G-115-3t-c).
0
1964 OLDS, 9 passenger Vista
Cruiser one owner best
care. $1750 372-1878 or 372-
2488. (G-115-4t-c).
1965 VOLKSWAGEN Sedan, 34,000
miles. Thoroughly restored to like
new condition -* engine rebuilt,
new brakes, clutch, tires, battery,
and paint. SIOSO firm. Call 964-
6952 starke) SPEND 25? SAVE
SIOO. (G-115-2t-p).

autos
1964 FIAT 1100 D In A-1 condition,
radio, heater, red leather uphol upholstery,
stery, upholstery, seats make into beds, seat
belts. $595. Call 376-3261, Ext.
2832. (G-115-3t-nc).

1964 TR-4 Low mileage, fully
equipped. Must sell, Best offer.
Call 372-7339 or 372-2449. (G (G---111-st-c).
--111-st-c). (G---111-st-c).
real estate
FOR SALE: One acre, zoned for
mobile home, 6 miles S.W. of
Gainesville on Archer Road. Call
372-9950 or University Extension
2678. a-HI-10t-c).
lost-found
LOST: Female light grey angora
cat vicinity of N.W. 4th Ave. & 13th
Street. Call: 372-0519 anytime.
Reward. (L-112-st-c).
. i- u J' J
LOST Key chain In vicinity of 1
Medical Center or behind Norman I
Hall. Phone 378-3484. (L-113- I
2t-nc). t I
FOUND: 1967 F high school 1
ring. If yours, claim and pay for j
ad. Contact Anita, 372-9419. (L- J
115-3 t-p). j

r | iiiW
11:00.3:10 5:20 ol aWeV 1
17:30.9:30
ROCK GEORGE 1
HUDSON PEPPARD I
GUY NIGEL
STOCKWELL GREEN
TOBRUK
TECHNICOLOR*
Pll 111 I 111 M 111 !'
frielUM
I MRCHfCKEN |
l rrriTriTTTi 1 um
FASw^ivWl
I ii MAN n ALAM I
Delon I
Bpp joey Bishop I
raiiTAs Across I
I
A UNIVERSAL picture


services
THANKS to the people who"came
to buy my poodle. This shows that
AKC poodles are in demand. How However,
ever, However, he is not for sale. STUD
SERVICE offered at reasonable
fee. Black miniature male poodle,
AKC. Contact Mrs. R. K. Geiger,
540 N.W. 26th Ave. (M-114-3t-p).
wanted
I
WANTED PILOTS Previ Previous
ous Previous rated military pilots, any
branch, to fly for Florida Army
National Guard. 72 pay period per
year. Contact Captain H. P. Good Goodling,
ling, Goodling, Gainesville 378-5188 after
5 p.m. (C-114-lOt-c).
NEED ONE MALE roomirtate for
summer trimester. Last month
rent free. S3O per month. 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom furnished house close to
campus. 378-5434. (C-114-st-c).
Cast Time Today 1 ,3,5, 7,9 W
I SIMONE MET*YVES MONTAND[v
# 6-Â¥o N 7:07 & 10:32 \
# BREATHTAKING!" %
I JT BRILLIANT! I
R * The New Yorker K
C H A l i^g
1:20 4:00
6:35 9:15
manhunt acrossgPNlH|
THENI BUT
os
no w
onmus
PANAVISION TECHNICOLOR
Oowkitowm
IHEATRE
DONT MISS
wjmm <1
vBPR' t
1 l(^SSoroiMTi^iwl^i



Pro Grid Draft Today: Spurrier???

By JACK WILKINSON
UPI Sports Writer
NEW YORK (UPl)The Baltimore Colts
and Minnesota Vikings, who traded them themselves
selves themselves into excellent field position, get first
crack at the collegiate player pool today
in the first common draft ever staged by
the National and American Football Lea Leagues.
gues. Leagues.
The joint draft, another giant step in the
historic merger between the two leagues,
will see Baltimore choose first, thanks to
its deal with the newborn New Orleans
Saints. The Saints, who start their first NFL
season this fall, traded away their first
pick for backup Colt quarterback Gary
Cuozzo.
Minnesota comes next because the Vik Vikings
ings Vikings swapped quarterback Fran Tarkenton

S
P
o
R
T
S
Orrs Single
Paces UF
Twin bill Win
Danny Orr singled home Richard
Trapp in the bottowm of the eighth
inning to give Florida a pair of
1-0 wins over Kentucky. Monday
I afternoon in a seven-inning SEC
I doubleheader at Perry Field.
The twinbill win was the open-
I ing conference games for the Ga-
I tors, now 7-1 overall.
Unlike the previous UF wins,
I the Gators had to rely on strong
pitching as their usually potent
Ibats failed them.
In the opener, Florida got the
Inin it needed in the first inning.
Trapp singled off Kentucky's Bill
Wright.
Dave Hodges then tapped an easy
grounder to Wildcat third baseman
Rick Anderson. Anderson threw
wildly and Hodges was safe at first
with Trapp on second.
Gator captain Danny Cushman
grounded out to Anderson but Trapp
scored all the way from second on
the play.
For the rest of the game, Wright
kept the Gators at bay, striking out
seven and walking three, while al allowing
lowing allowing just five scattered hits.
UF coach Dave Fuller started
Dave Kahn on the mound. Kahn
pitched the first four innings in the
diking up the win, shutting out
Kentucky on two hits. Kelly Prior,
who was later to nab the second
game victory, preserved Kahns
victory by tossing the last three
nnings of shutout ball while giv giving
ing giving up just two hits.
1 YOU LUCKY VW OWNERSI
1 Keep your Volkswagen young.
I Send SI.OO for 56 page catalog
on ways to Increase the value
I and usefulness of your VW.
I Write to:
I RONNIMART
i P. O. Box 75
I Tremonton, Utah 84337

to the New York Giants for draft choices.
Among these choices was a preferred
pick, which would have allowed the Vikings
to choose before Baltimore. Minnesota,
however, decided to wait until next year
to exercise that rare right.
Its difficult to guess who will be
grabbed off at the start. New York was
expected to go for All-America quarter quarterback
back quarterback Steve Spurrier when the Giants had
the first pick. Then, New Orleans could
have been expected to draft Bob Griese of
Purdue, an All-American quarterback a
year ago.
But now, Baltimore and Minnesota may
turn instead to running backs, such as
Clint Jones of Michigan State or Mel
Farr of UCLA or Idahos Ray McDonald,
or defensive stars like George Webster
and Bubba Smith of Michigan State and
Dick Lynch of Notre Dame.

Miller Breaks Neck ;
Okay For Next Year
By 808 PADECKY
Assistant Sports Editor
Dave Miller, Floridas second top-basketball scorer, broke his
neck Sunday afternoon at Lake Wauburg, five miles south of Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville.
Miller is listed in fine condition at UFs Medical Center with a
broken vertebrae in the back of his neck. Miller will be in traction
for the next two weeks at the Med Center and then in a cast for at
least two months.

There was, however, no predic prediction
tion prediction from hospital sources as to
when Miller would heal sufficiently
to play basketball again for Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. But Miller stated, It shouldnt
DAVE
affect my senior year. Ill be
ready.
Miller broke his neck diving into
eight to 12 inches of water off
Lake Wauburg's shallow shore.
At the time, Miller didnt feel any
pain and offered the excuse, I
didnt think it was that shallow.
But by Monday the pain and
soreness steadily increased to the
point that the 6-6 Delray Beach
product had to go to Gators train trainer
er trainer Brady Greathouse.
Greathouse couldnt even touch
the spot without a burst of pain from
Miller, so acting wisely, he sent
the Gator star to the Med Center
for x-rays.
The films revealed a broken ver vertebrae
tebrae vertebrae and Miller was immediately
placed in traction.
Florida coach Tommy Bartlett,
in Jacksonville, could not be
reached for comment.

fiZll* TO ALL STUDENTS I
AND UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL | I
vL, CAFETERIA Tl,oo I
1212 N. MAIN St. (4 min, from campus)Gainesville Shopplng_enter_

UF Tennis
Squad Streaks
To 9o Win
By MIKE SIKES
Alligator Sport* Writer
UFs young and streaking ten tennis
nis tennis squad smashed an ineffective
group of Kentucky Wildcats 9-0
on the home court Monday.
Coach Bill Potters sopho sophomore-dominated
more-dominated sophomore-dominated club ran its sea season
son season mark to 5-1 in the easy win.
The Gator netters look for as
easy a time Wednesday when they
meet the Jacksonville University
Dolphins on the road.
UF Coach Bill Potter compli complimented
mented complimented his club on Mondays win.
The team looked pretty good,
he said. I thought they played a
good match.
Mondays results:
SINGLES Armi Neely (Fla.)
defeated Tom Wade 6-2,9-7. Jam Jamie
ie Jamie Pres sly (Fla.) d. Ken Fugate
6-0, 6-2; Greg Hilley (Fla.) d.
Greg McConnell 6-2, 6-0; Steve
Beeland (Fla.) d. Ron Hallinger
6-1, 6-1; Hank Veno (Fla.) d. Bob
Berg 6-1, 6-2; Lee Steele (Fla.)
d. Steve Imhoff 6-2, 6-2.
DOUBLES Neely and Beeland
d. Wade and McConnell 6-2, 6-0;
Pressly and Hilley d. Fugate and
Hallinger 6-0, 6-2; Veno and Steele
d. Berg and Tom Kaltenbrun 6-3,
6-2.

With Cuozzo gone, Baltimore has no
experienced backup man for Johnny Uni Unitas.
tas. Unitas. And Minnesota will have to go with a
pair of subs, Ron Vanderkelen and Bob
Berry, with Tarkenton gone.
It seems unlikely either team will in invest
vest invest in a high-priced glamor quarterback
of the Spurrier-Griese ilk to be used as
a backup man.
The draft is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m.
EST at a mid-town New York hotel. A total
of 445 collegians will be drafted in 17 rounds
with each team given 15 minutes to make a
selection. Twenty-five teams will be taking
partl 6 in the NFL and nine in the AFL
choosing in inverse order of the combined
final standings.
One important factor of the draft will be
the absence of redshirt names, or players
who still have another years eligibility
left although their original class is gradua graduating.
ting. graduating. The two leagues agreed to draft

Tuesday, March 14, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

i
FROM
I; OPEN 11 AM-9PM lj
"TODEROSA
I J4l i TKAK HQUCT
i Westsrate Shopping Center 3321 W. Univ. Ave. at 34th St.
v^wwvwwm/wvwwwvww^^w^
Graduating

Seniors graduating
in April may purchase
commencement announcements
from Campus, Bookstore
Sto Hftots | Now h
Ik* trows* Shop
PORTRAIT OF A PRESIDENT William Manchester
THE GOLDEN TREASURY OF POETRY
Louis Untermeyer
THE BEST LOVED POEMS OF THE AMERICAN
PEOPLE Hazel Felleman
THE ARTS OF SPAIN Jose GVdTbl
THE TREASURY OF INSPIRATIONAL CLASSICS
Bliss Albright
A CONEY ISLAND OF THE MIND
Lawrence Ferlinghetti
MAGNETISM Rado
PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICITY Page
GROUP THEORY Meijer
KINEMATICS T y son
WE ARE NOW TAKING ADVANCE ORDERS
FOR
WILLIAM MANCHESTERS
DEATH OF A PRESIPENI
Store Hours 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Saturday 9:00 A.M. to 12:00
Campus Shop & Bookstore

only collegians who have completed their
eligibility. In the past, the NFL chose
futures" in the regular draft, while the
AFL had a separate draft.
The Atlanta Falcons, who made their
debut in the 1966 season, will pick third
in Tuesday's first round, followed by the
Miami Dolphins, who also started last
year, and the Houston Oilers. The Saints
will get to choose first and last in each of
the 17 rounds.
The Giants, who had the worst record
1-12-1, will not be able to pick until the
fourth round, at which time 81 players
will have been chosen.
Some of last season's better known play players
ers players already have been signed to pro con contracts,
tracts, contracts, grabbed off-in 1966 as futures."
These include a pair of Notre Dame All-
Americas, back Nicky Eddy by Detroit
and defensive tackle Pete Durank by Den ;er.

Page 7



t, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, March 14, 196?

Page 8

'Night Os The Generals Gets The Nod

By DON FEDERMAN
Alligator Columnist
At the State through today is
The Sleeping Car Murder, and
at the Center through Thursday
Is The Night of the Generals.
Both movies are about madmen,
but neither is entirely satisfying.
Both are interesting though in that
they seek to emulate the ingenui ingenuities
ties ingenuities of notable directors as well
as attempt to capture vivid psy psychological
chological psychological portraits of key char characters
acters characters with strong acting perform performances.
ances. performances.
Sleeping Car owes quite a
debt to Kurosawas High and
Low with its parallel development
of the idiosyncrasies of human
behavior (Kurosawas great study
of ethics becoming utilized for a
fair study of sexual needs and
how they aid the killer) and the
treatment of the crimes as an
objective case study. The aura of
whodunnit is a homage to Hitch Hitchcock.
cock. Hitchcock.
Still, director Costa Gavas has
much to learn in his first picture.

J|P| Well Help You
" s'. To Measure Up
If your clothes don't agree with your measurements,
bring them to the "U SHOP." Our alteration depart department
ment department will alter your clothing to fit you properly. All
types of repairs and alterations expertly done on both
men's and women's wear. Reasonable rates.
Initirratiii "ZZ P r sity

--PUZZLE --
II [2 [5 | Is Hp [7 [ [1 pirVlFi h 2 hs rT" it is 20
I
35 WM K m I
55 hJto BiP wmn I
. ! I
| ,s 34 .*
hTT bkT 1, I* u I
40 H 4l
____ __ ___ __ -- __ __JBi I
46 H4B
HUgr"
so |H
_JBi I
BHHP*
mmrr 65 I
<4
__ ___ ____PBH I MHi I
,;.. 67 68
71 72 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 |
I
HIT BB*- BF^
111118 1
I
|^B 89
90~" WT 82 83 I
Ts bb* BB ** bIMB
_______ ___JBBL___ _ _pBBI I
88 100 BBPOI |mio2 103
I
BBBmhII 104 lO5 6 jiiiii i
BHHW __,JH __JHB _IHHHHiHi I
>O7 I
Pf? I*ll 118 I
116 1
120 HBTai BF^'

I
124 I 128 1 128 I 27 1
111 |
, strips. .. 62 frt S unpleasant "i^^
14 Tag -- oa th fi4 Pentagon remarks. 88 Visayan Is. 92 Defective. 100 Pompano. 106 110 Car adjunct. 114 French river.
15 French 39 Sal VIP- si 85 Potpourris. 89 Teutonic 93 Collegians. 101 Goddess. Macduff. 11l Secure. 115 Dog pest.
pronoun. combination. si c i>: to the 87 Ancient myth. 96 Cotton fabric 102 Browse. 107 Barflies. 112 Combustible 117 Lip.
16 hewn stones. 10 "One-, and 65 K o rt h £a Sn of 9l\bU*m\ for sheets. 103 Plants 108 Hoof sound. heap. 118 Morass.
17

His effects are rather heavy heavyhanded
handed heavyhanded and not too original. The
killers psychological motives for
killing are not too clearly esta established,
blished, established, and the situation that leads
to his downfall is a bit hokey.
This is perhaps the price one must
pay to work with cheap original
sources. Dubbing is good, but the
English voices carry little drama dramatic
tic dramatic conviction. Pacing is solid, and
the killer will surprise the viewer.
Night of the Generals is an
actors holiday. The movie, which
centers around a Nazi psychopathic
general, has the materials for a
brilliant character study, but
treats the generals homocidal ten tendencies
dencies tendencies as melodrama, downplay downplaying
ing downplaying the mans sexual problems,
evinced in his disgust with dirt
and rage for order and control
of situations.
The manhunt for the killer in
turn mirrors another prominent
concern about the inhumanity of
war and the terrible irony that
justice can ony prevail in appre apprehending
hending apprehending men for individual rather

than mass crimes (an idea far
more brilliantly developed in
Chaplins Monsieur Verdoux).
Again, the problem is lack of
depth in character development.
Director Litvak could do little
to exploit the above average di dialogue
alogue dialogue of Paul Dehn except in the
character of Major Grau, whose
morbid preoccupation with justice
leads to a most ironic death. A
nice sense of expediency though
is conveyed in the various rea reasons
sons reasons given for hating war, whe whether
ther whether they be the conspiratorial
German generals desire to save

r 1
| y Two Pizza-Mobile For Faster Service* |
| f ITALIAN AMEIICAN Sizzling Hot Pizza I
I VCUISINE Hot ,talian Hoagy Sandwiches |
2204 S.W. 13th Street
Pizza i
i Hoagys small large Drinks |
PLAIN 1.00 1.40 |
MEATBALL, MEATBALL 1.25 1.75
| .75 PEPPERONI 1.35 1.85 COKE, ORANGE, SPRITE, TAB I
ITALIAN SAUSAGE & PEPPERS SAUSAGE 1.35 1.85 or FRESCA
85 MUSHROOM & PEPPERONI .20
1 1.60 2.25 1
I MUSHROOM & SAUSAGE I
1 1.60 2.25 1
I I
Spaghetti, Meatballs Spaghetti, Meatsauce
I $1.40 $ 130
with Garlic Bread with Gariic Bread mm jr nil I
I OTA 1700 376-13111
i** (Clip For Your Bulletin Board) |

face with history, a generals
daughter living passionately each
moment in the cynical belief that
the war is endless, or in a cor corporals
porals corporals fear of death.
Since neither film is very orig-

S COLLIER
%
...a bold, fresh, engineering
approach to Gainesville's future.
City CommmloH March 21 IM. M.)

inal, I suppose Night of the Gen Generals
erals Generals rates the nod because it
can buy its way into an audiences
heart and its acting is superb
for the effects demanded by its
director.
t