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Vol. 59, No. 120

Regents Urge Solons:
Restore Budget Cuts

ORLANDO (UPI) Board of Regents members
were critical Monday of action taken recently by
the State Cabinet, once as the State Board of
Education and the other as the Budget Com Commission.
mission. Commission.
Board member Henry Cramer of Jacksonville

New Procedures Set
ForATraffic Court

c The Traffic and Safety Committee has adopted a new procedure
for sentencing student violators which will lessen the degree of
variance in sentences, according to Hugh Morgan, chief justice of
the Traffic Court.
The system will make distinct sanctions for vacating or suspending
fines and penalty points. Morgan said the new system will better
enable the court to fit the viola tion to the penalty.

Gen. Hershey
Supports LBJ
Draft Changes
WASHINGTON (UPI) Lt Gen.
Lewis B. Hershey supported Mon Monday
day Monday a quick change in the Selec Selective
tive Selective Service system to start draft drafting
ing drafting 19-year-olds first and eased
his opposition to induction by lot lottery.
tery. lottery.
The Selective Service director,
who has opposed the lottery method
in the past as unworkable, told a
Senate labor subcommittee he now
thinks it might be better than the
present system of selecting draft draftees
ees draftees strickly by birth dates.
Besides, when the quarterback
calls the plays, thats the way I
play it, Hershey said, referring
to President Johnsons support of
draft by lot.
Hershey presently has set
up machinery to implement John Johnsons
sons Johnsons proposed draft revisions.
The Presidents key recom recommendation
mendation recommendation was to reverse cur current
rent current policy of calling older reg registrants
istrants registrants up to age 26 first by
giving draft priority each year to
a pool of 19-year-olds. Those not
drafted in their 19th year would be
less vulnerable to induction as they
grew older.
It looks like a practical thing
to start doing something about that
today, he said.

Banana Joints The 'ln Thing For Hippies

By HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Staff Writar
Hippies at UF may soon be reaching new
highs in their psychedelic experiences if
what appears to be the latest craze in Cali California
fornia California catches on here.
The word is, according to a recent issue
of the Berkeley Barb (an underground news newspaper
paper newspaper published in California) that the in innocous
nocous innocous banana is a new form of the psyche psychedelic
delic psychedelic smoke.
A letter to the Barb reports The banana
high itself is probably familiar to your read readers.
ers. readers. But here is our kitchen-tested version,
peel a ripe banana, scrape from the inside
of the peel the white fiber, and dry in a
slow (200 degrees Farenbeit or less) oven oventhen
then oventhen crumble and roll into a banana joint
(dagrette, for the uninitiated), or better,
smoke in a pipe. The high is gentle. I am
told it is more like a psilocybin than a
marijuana high."
A writer in The Village Voice, a news newspaper

The new sentencing procedure
will be inuaguratpH at tonights
traffic court session. Students win
be sentenced in the following cait
gories:
Guilty; guilty with fine but points
suspended; guilty with points sus suspended
pended suspended and fine vacated; guilty
/
with fine but points vacated and not
guilty.
Under University regulations, a
student may have his driving privi privileges
leges privileges revoked in Alachua County if
he accummulates six points in a
year. Minor parking violations
count two points each.

BUT ONLY COPS AND SUN ABOUND

Guys At Lauderdale Look Around

FT. LAUDERDALE (UPI) The song
about Ft. Lauderdale is Where The Boys
Are but boys here seem to be wondering
where the girls are.
Ten thousand college students, pre predominantly
dominantly predominantly male, and an unspecified num number
ber number of police sat around in swim suits Mon Monday,
day, Monday, getting sunburned and waiting for
something to happen.
Popular student activity is staring at local
high school girls there are few coeds
in the migration.
Tlie first wave of students on spring

paper newspaper published in Greenwich Village, re reports
ports reports that the banana high is not a fraud,
as he had originally suspected.
After a few hours of oven-drying, the
scraped peel of two bananas yielded me
enough residue for two Camel-sized cigar cigarettes,"
ettes," cigarettes," Marvin Garson of the Voice reports.
It looked a little like pipe tobacco, and
it smelled a lot like bananas. Frugally
smoked, it was identical in its effects to
about half a joint of second-rate pot, i.e.,
it got me just barely high enough to suspect
I was high."
But Garson sees hope for more and better
things from the banana.
I am sure that underground pharmacology
is feverishly at work developing and per perfecting
fecting perfecting banana culture. .If cannabinol (the
active ingredient of marijuana) is also the
active ingredient in banana peels, then the
mildness of the effect would be due purely
to a low concentration of the active ingredient-
In that case, the underground will soqrjju***

University of Florida Gainesville

urged the State Legislature to override the Budget
Commission and restore funds requested by the
regents for operation of the university system.
The monies we are requesting are a minimum
to correct the deficiencies, Cramer said.

If Florida is to become num number
ber number one in education, this is a
must.
I urge that our governor, the
cabinet members and the legis legislature
lature legislature give careful consideration
to the request, he said.
Cramer was joined by Chair Chairman
man Chairman Chester Ferguson of Tampa
in urging the restoration of funds
which were cut recently by the
Budget Commission.
There can be no compromise
on education, Ferguson said. We
must have the necessary funds to
discharge the job that lies ahead.
The regents had requested
$265,126,159 for the coming bi biennium.
ennium. biennium. The Budget Commission
trimmed the budget to
$199,196,152.
The regents contend that the new
Board of Education policy on the
hiring of architects will cost tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers more money and reduce the
supervision the regents now have
over architects with projects at
the universitv.
Under the policy, six per cent
of the contract cost on any project
of less than $5 million would be
paid to the architect doing the job,
with an additional one per cent on
the cost earmarked for budgeted
services of the architect to the
Board of Regents.

break vacations to arrive here and those at
the second undergraduate playground, Day Daytona
tona Daytona Beach, were officially described as a
quiet bunch.
About 60 were arrested here Sunday night,
mostly for underage drinking offense, but
police admitted the figure might be ex exaggerated.
aggerated. exaggerated.
A lot of them probably were local kids.
When we book them we don't ask if theyre
going to college.
Both Ft. Lauderdale and Daytona Beach
prohibit alcoholic beverages on the beaches.

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over Marge Franklin and her wild pantdress.
Its the latest in fashions for women. Read
about it and other fashions for smart Gators
in todays 16-page Spring preview in your
Florida Alligator,

invented potent banana recipes for preparing
the equivalent of top-grade marijuana. And
then the fun will begin," Garson says.
Well friends, this could be the start of
something popular for the people and
anguishing for the authorities.
We haven't tried bananas ourselves yet
though you can be assured were going to
but if the stuff really works it is possible
that bananas are destin&l to become illegal.
If that should be the case, what happens to
all the babies and old toothless people who
subsist on bananas is open to question.
But, there is hope. Maybe bananas will
be sold to people with special licenses or
- something on that order.
At any rate, UF hippies had better get
on the ball. It is time for them to unite and
quash any possible legislation preventing the
sale of bananas. Reliable sources claim the
"Banana Control Act of 1967" will soon be
pushed through the state legislature and UJS.
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Tuesday, March 21, 1967

It is a new rule for Daytona Beach and city
police Capt. William Hall said "theyre
taking it pretty good so far, but the real
crowd isnt here yet."
The mob isnt expected until Easter week weekend.
end. weekend. Last year about 70,000 gathered in
Daytona Beach and more than 30,000 in
Ft. Lauderdale. Hall wouldnt estimate the
number in Daytona Beach Monday.
The college convention information bureau
in Ft. Lauderdale, manned by harried coeds,
estimated about 10,000 had arrived here
and more were coming.

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!, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, March 21, 1967

Peace Corpsmen Must Be Flexible

By HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Staff Writer
The idea of the Peace Corps is that we work
at the level of the people. A person has to be flexible
in the ways he acts, Ken Choquette, a Peace Corps
Volunteer recently returned from West Pakistan,
told the Alligator Monday afternoon.
Choquette is on campus recruiting new Peace
Corps volunteers.
A volunteer should go with the idea of helping,
but not being able to do a whole lot, Choquette
said. This is why a flexible volunteer is needed.
You adjust to the foreign country by making
friends with the people. You have to work hard at
the language since this is very important in com communicating

Yeats Family
Here Today,
Wednesday
One of Irelands most talented families will pay a two-day visit
to campus.
Michael and Grainne Yeats, son and daughter-in-law of the famous
Irish poet William Butler Yeats, will appear in University Auditor Auditorium
ium Auditorium in separate programs tonight and Wednesday afternoon.

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Seminoles
Here Monday
The Seminoles are coming!
No, not the Indian tribe, but the
UF yearbook. The Seminole will
be distributed to the student body
next Monday from the information
booth opposite the Hub.
Students who have purchased
yearbooks will receive Seminoles
when they present their receipts
and picture ID cards at the booth.
The booth will be open all day.
"If a student has lost his re receipt,
ceipt, receipt, we will find his name on
the IBM list," Seminole Editor
Nel Laughon said Monday.
Yearbooks will be distributed
to fraternities and sororities
sometime before next Monday Miss
Laughon said.
"Whos Who" and "Hall of
Fame" are announced in the Semi Seminole
nole Seminole for the first time, according
to the editor. The yearbook con contains
tains contains 416 pages, with 24 pages in
color.
Students who have not already
purchased a Seminole may sign
a waiting list Mar. 29 in room
nine of the Florida Union.
"Those signing the waiting list
will have a pretty good chance of
receiving an annual," Miss
Laughon said. The Seminole will
cost $4.
Miss Laughon said the 1967
Seminoles were sent to the printer
early and arrived two weeks before
the date they were due.

In an 8:15 concert tonight Mrs.
Yeats will play and sing folk,
medieval harp, Elizabethan and
contemporary music. A harp tea teacher
cher teacher at the Royal Academy of
Music in* Dublin, she has per performed
formed performed throughout Europe.
The following afternoon at 4
o'clock, Michael Yeats, an
authority on Irish music and a
professional music critic, will
speak on The Role of Music in
the Works of William Butler
Yeats." 1
The lecture by Yeats, a member
of the Irish Senate, will be ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. Yeats on the
harp.
Admission to the Tuesday night
concert, sponsored by the Lyceum
Council, is $1 for faculty and
staff and $2 for the general public.
There will be no charge for the
Wednesday afternoon lecture,
sponsored by the University's De Department
partment Department of English.

SAYS PROF WHO TAUGHT IN TOKYO

Japanese Having An Identity Crisis

By JUSTINE HARTMAN
Staff Writer
Japanese beer is the best in the world.
So says Dr. David M. Chalmers, asso associate
ciate associate professor of history, who returned
to UF last fall after a year as a Fulbright
lecturer at the University of Tokyo.
"Japanese students are interested not in
the U. S. racial movements but rather in
our foreign policy, labor and social move movements,"
ments," movements," said Chalmers, who taught a senior
course in American intellectual history and
a graduate seminar in social movements.
His seminar delat with issues such as the
radical right, black power, abolitionists,
Quakers and Mormons.
The Japanese are going through an identity
crisis since the overthrow of their traditional
hierarchy of values and social relations by
the war, Chalmers feels.
Ideology has supplanted these values in
the students lives; the majority of them
are Marxists, he said.
The students, faculty and intellectual ele element
ment element in Japan are alienated from the govern government,
ment, government, which backs the American policy in
Vietnam.
A commitment to "being in the van of
progressive forces" forces the students to
oppose what they consider to be imperial
war and monopolistic exploitation, both of
which they feel their government represents.
However, the influence of this sector of

municating communicating with the people. You have to accept their
ideas not try to make Americans out of them.
In many cases you have to make sacrifices
material-wise, but the two years abroad is a worth worthwhile
while worthwhile experience," Choquette said.
There is always frustration and there has to be
disappointment in situations like this, Choquette
continued.
He gave an example of the frustrations he and his
co-workers found in Pakistan. There, Choquette
said, women do not wear skirts. In fact, he said,
men are shocked at the sight of women in anything
but their traditional Moslem garb. Therefore Peace
Corps women had to wear the traditional costume in
to be accepted.
The native of Sioux City, la. said that one of the
primary things he learned in Pakistan is the futility

GOLDHURST COMMUNICATES TO HIS STUDENTS
. .writing can be exciting
Writing Experience Feeling
Mo re Al ive Than You Are

A UF professor believes The writing ex experience
perience experience is a feeling of being more alive than
you usually are.
And this is what he attempts to communicate
to his humanities and English students.
Dr, William Goldhurst, son of well-known
Jewish satirist and editor Harry Golden, puts
forth this idea in his newly edited book, Con Contours
tours Contours of Experience: Selected Readings for Study
and Enjoyment. The book will be released
later this month.
Describing his work as of the off beat
variety rather than a collection of middle-brow
essays, Goldhurst said too many writings studied
by students are nicely written but are not ter-

the Japanese population-is strictly negative,
since it has no practical formula for con constructive
structive constructive action, Chalmers said.
As the Japanese student goes into govern government
ment government or industry, he tends to conform,
adopting protective coloration. Although
most Japanese feel that the students make a
successful adjustment, Chalmers expressed a
belief that the feelings are only repressed
and will come out somehow sooner or later."
Japanese students have the highest suicide
rate in the world. In the Japanese society,
one can move up through education, but not
laterally. Often the Japanese youth feels
his future closing in on him. This may
be one reason for the many suicides, Chal Chalmers
mers Chalmers suggests.
After spending two mornings every week
studying Japanese, I thought I was making
progress, until I heard John K. Fairbanks
of Harvard say that after only seven years
of intensive study, he had a growingfamili growingfamiliarity"
arity" growingfamiliarity" with the language.
English is the language Japan chose a
century ago to break through to the rest of
the world in, so everyone wants to practice
his English on you," he commented.
Chalmers could not help falling in love
with Tokyo, an international center which has
five full symphony orchestras and just about
everything else. He feels the Japanese wri writer
ter writer Yukiko Mishima is slated to get the
Nobel prize for literature its just about
Japans turn to receive it.
A large degree of high culture is in-

of many U.S. foreign aid projects.
They (American diplomats) bring America with
them, Choquette said. He noted U.S. diplomats
drive Cadillacs and live in air conditioned quarters.
This is why I'm really sour on American aid
overseas, Choquette said.
The people-to-people activities of the Peace Corps
is a real source of better relations, Choquette
maintains.
We use what's available in an area instead of
bringing in outside help." This makes progress
slow, but surer than under the accelerated foreign
aid projects.
The important thing is to work with local resources
in this, and thats why it is a slow process. If youre
going to work with illiterate people you have to
work bn their level, Choquette explains.

ribly interesting.
I'm trying to get across to students that
writing can be exciting and this can only be
done through writing that is exciting, he ex explained.
plained. explained.
Included in the book are works of such authors
as James Baldwin, Mark Twain, George Orwell
and William Shakespeare. Goldhurst has written
10 essays for each classification of writing
included in the book.
A member of the University faculty since
1964, Goldhurst is the author of F. Scott
Fitzgerald and His Contemporaries, a critical
biographical study. He currently is working
on a collection of his own essays which will be
ready for publication next year.

culcated within the Japanese child from the
very beginning, while in Western civilization
this happens much later. The high culture
is a part of their lives," he remarked.
Although still subordinate in other areas,
women -are threatening to take over entire
professional fields, since university entrance
is based on competitive examinations with no
discrimination. Pharmacy and literature are
dominated by women now, and the men in the
American studies program are worried about
the influx of women, said Chalmers. Despite
their educational emancipation, they still
must wait to use the bath water until all the
men of the household, including servants,
have done so.
Chalmers is currently working on a history
of the vigilante tradition in the U. S. for
Doubleday and a treatise on the muckrackers
and the progressive areafor the Anvil series.
He has just written an epilogue for the
French translation of his book on the Ku
Klux Klan, Hooded Americanism" in order
to explain the U.S.A. to deGaulle."
He urges people to see the big wide
world out there" and laments the fact that
parts are already shut off. Theres China
and we cant go in, and Cuba only 90 miles
away. . However he doesnt mind so much
about Albania.
Chalmers, who has taught at the University
of Ceylon and lectured in Korea and Vietnam
in addition to the University of Tokyo, will
teach a seminar on American intellectual his history
tory history in the Phillipines later this spring.



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Hole Almost Sinks
Chemical Building

Sinking an elevator shaft for the
new sl.l million Chemical Engin Engineering
eering Engineering complex, builders ran into
deep trouble when they uncovered
a gapping 380 foot limestone cave
40 feet down which undermined
a third of the building last fall.
The hole, which ranged from in inches
ches inches to 15 feet in height, had to
be filled at a cost of $20,000
$25,000.
WSA Plans
Installation
Banquet
The Women Students Associa Associations
tions Associations annual Installation banquet
will be held March 28, at 5:30
in the Hubs banquet room. Tickets
may be purchased for $2.00 from
any WSA representative.
If I had a Mallet emphasizing
a mallet of leadership will initiate
a folksinging motif with enter entertainment
tainment entertainment by the Muller twins and
Cookie Feldman.
Dr. Lynn Bartlett, Dean of Hous Housing
ing Housing at the University of Miami
and national advisor to Mortar
Board and the IAWS, will deliever
an address on the importance of
women in student government on
the University campus today.
Highlighting the evening will be
the installation of the newly elected
WSA executive committee officers
and the presentation of awards to
outstanding female leaders and
workers.

FBK Taps 7 Honoraries

Florida Blue Key tapped seven honorary members this weekend.
They are: Dr. Harry Prystowsky of the J.Hillis Miller Health Cen Center,
ter, Center, James Sikes of Lakeland, Stanley West the UFs director of
libraries, Harry Platt of Jacksonville, the Reverend Fred Laughon,
a Baptist minister, Don Fuquay a U.S. Congressman and Richard
Bowles, director of the UFs bands.

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With visions of a disasterous
collapse dancing in their brains,
officials hurried to remedy the
situation.
Approximately 7,000 cubic feet
of grouting was poured into the cave
last week by the Lee Turzillo Con Construction
struction Construction Co.
E. J. Lanum, Board of Regents'
project inspector, and A1 Klaus,
a campus spelunker, entered the
cave and mapped it, to estimate
the feasibility and cost of filling
it. T.V. cameras were lowered
down into the hole to speed up the
project.
Out of 36 test borings, officials
state, only one sink hole was found
on the site of the new building. The
giant hole was found when con contractors
tractors contractors were drilling the eleva elevator
tor elevator shaft, and their hydraulic cas casing
ing casing system broke through the roof.
Florida, with its limestone
strata, abounds with such sink
holes. The Gainesville area, in
particular, is rich with them. One
was discovered beneath the J. Hil Hillis
lis Hillis Miller Health Center 10 years
ago and had to be filled.
HamiltonTooOld
To Be Drafted
NEW YORK (UPI) -- Actor
George Hamilton, reclassified as
1A for the draft last week, is too
old at the moment to be inducted,
the director of Selective Service
for New York Citv said Monday.
Col. Paul Akst noted that
Hamilton's age, 27, was a year
beyond the maximum age of young
men now being drafted.

Band Concert Set Wednesday

A new concert march composed
by UF Band Director Richard W.
Bowles will receive its first cam campus
pus campus performance Wednesday at the
6:45 twilight concert on the Uni University
versity University Auditorium lawn.
Bowles comoosition, entitled

Forums Sets
Industry Panel
Thursday
Why do businesses choose Flor Florida?
ida? Florida? What kind of problems do
they meet?
These and other questions will
be probed at an Industry In Flor Florida"
ida" Florida" panel discussion here Thurs Thursday
day Thursday at 8:15 p.m. in University
Auditorium.
Sponsored by the Florida Union
Forums Committee, the panel is
designed to create student interest
in Florida's industry and busines businesses.
ses. businesses.
On hand to discuss Florida's
business future will be represen representatives
tatives representatives from Florida Steel Corp.
of Tampa, Florida Power and Light
Co. of Miami, Pratt-Whitney of
West Palm Beach, the Florida De Development
velopment Development Commission and the In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Division of the Florida
State Chamber of Commerce.
RALLY WINNERS
Jack Halabrin of Delta Tau Delta
and Bob Snyder of Pi Kappa Phi
teamed to win Saturday's Amer American
ican American Oil Company Mileage Rally
in Alachua County.
Halabrin drove and Snyder nav navigated
igated navigated the winning car.
Jeff Blum and Jerry Rosenberg,
both of Pi Lambda Phi, took se second
cond second place in the event.
Debate Tonight
An international debate team will
debate against two UF students
tonight at 8 in the Union Auditor Auditorium
ium Auditorium over the question: Should this
house fight in South Vietnam? The
visitors will take the negative side
of the question and the UF students
will take the affirmative side.
The international team which
consists of two graduate students
from Great Britain has already
appeared at Harvard, Dartmouth,
and Notre Dame during its one
year debating tour in the U.S.

The Show Piece, recently was
published by the Barnhouse Music
Company.
The concert, second in a series
of twilight performances by the Ga Gator
tor Gator Symphonic Band, will feature
an unusual stereophonic rendition
of the Rimsky-Korsakov Flight of
the Bumblebee. Euphonium ar artists
tists artists Peter zinober of St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg and Bernard Mackey of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville will alternate playing the
melody.
The band also will perform a
medley of selections from the TV
musical, Cinderella, by Richard
Rogers, selected marches and
overtures.

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The Florida Alligator
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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 the left
, column.
Student Power
A lot will be decided when the UF
Student Body votes for or against ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance of a new constitution April 6.
In between the red-tape frills which
make the document boring, the first draft
of the proposed constitution does have
some basic meat and potatoes -- including
who will represent the students and who
will spend their money.
On the first page of the document,
one runs across two points that are worth
questioning.
First is a proposal to raise member membership
ship membership in Legislative Council from 70 to
100. Under the proposal, all representa representatives
tives representatives would be elected from the colleges.
Second is the recommendatioiTfor main maintenance
tenance maintenance of the present form of Council
replacement, appointment by the student
body president.
Increasing the number of persons in
Council would be a mistake. With 70
members, it is already too cumbersome
to accomplish anything, lacking any close
ties between representatives. Eliminating
representation from the living areas would
break down campus democracy, making it
possible for all members to come from
one living area.
We dont think the student body presi president
dent president should be appointing replacements
for Council members either. But if another
method, cant be devised, he should at
least be bound to honor party lines.
On the financial side, there are two
points of the first draft wed like to
question. Added together, they wield a
lot of power.
The first point gives the Council sole
authority to enter into contracts obligating
the student body for more than a year.
The second is, we think, an error of
ommission, since there is no provision
giving the student body president any
authority at all over financial matters.
Under such a setup, the Council could
virtually run roughshod over the presi president
dent president with its only check being the treas treasurer.
urer. treasurer.
Were not saying the treasurer doesnt
need authority over the budget. On the
contrary, his position would be worth worthless
less worthless without it.
But the president should also have a
voice over financial dealings and long longterm
term longterm contracts if he is to implement any
of the programs the student body looks
to him to initiate.
Without a say say over third-floor fi finance,
nance, finance, his hands are tied.
Wed like to offer our suggestions to
remedy these problems:
Keep the Council size at its present
70 members with 50 per cent each from
the colleges and living areas.
Make sure the president honors
party lines on replacements.
Give the president and treasurer
both veto power over long-term contracts
and the student body budget. Any vetoed
item could be overridden by a 2/3 ma majority
jority majority of the Council.

The Militant Pacifists

By WAYNE BOYNTON
Alligator Columnist
They marched Saturday.
When this group first appeared
walking down the street, carrying
signs, I saw them from a dis distance
tance distance and thought they were go going
ing going to protest barbershops. But
then they passed Windys without
stopping so I continued to follow.
Sa I got closer to the seedy seedylooking
looking seedylooking characters I thought maybe
they were going to the Pub for
a trip. But they passed by there,
too.
When they turned in at the court courthouse
house courthouse downtown I thought they were
all going to take a bath in the
fountains, and having followed them
for 17 blocks I rejoiced.
They walked right on past the

A Kid Like Meredith Is
Out Os The Mainstream

A Choice Os Immoralities?

By 808 MORAN
Alligator Columnist
With the peace march Saturday comes a rebirth
of the question get out of Vietnam, yes or no?
On one extreme I hear, We oughfto bomb the
hell out of them. Then I hear, We ought to get
the hell out of there. At the risk of offending
everybody Pd like to offer a conflicting view,
that Is, conflicting to both sides.
Some say, War is immoral; killing is immoral,
therefore we should get out. Yes, killing Is
definitely immoral but no, It does not necessarily
follow we should get out. Lying also is Immoral.
Our government gave its word, which is our
word. When the government lies to the world, we
lie to the world.
But now, In Vietnam we are trying to keep our
word. I realize people are dying. Some of my
friends, guys I grew up with, have died. When I
get out of college I expect to be drafted. I have no
visions of heroics. Ill probably get killed and it
scares me. But there are things worse than dying;
one of them is being a liar.
Morality is iueanstic. Unfortunately Vietnam
is not; it is a reality. Because it is real, things
like world opinion, politics, economics, sociality
all have to be considered. They all intertwine.
You just cannot separate one thing like morality
and use it as a valid argument.
There are two Vietnams North ana South.
You can say Ho Chi Mihn is the rightful leader
of all of Vietnam. But he is not the leader of
ALL Vietnam. Ky also is a leader. To deny this
is like denying there are two Germanys.
To jump to the other side, people say, We
ought to annihilate them. It is better to kill a
thousand Viet Cong than one American.
I cant buy that either.

fountains and I knew then they
were going to the Girl Scout Con Conference
ference Conference being held on the grounds
of the courthouse. All the marchers
sat down next to the Girl Scout
Conference and I wondered why
they were going to protest the
Girl Scouts.
One sign said, Make love, not
war. Another sign, carried by a
marcher who looked like Castro
with a cowboy hat, had a staff
with a circular sign on top. On
a black background it had a white
inverted V with a rod verti vertically
cally vertically through the point. I asked one
of the marchers what it was and
he said the International Piece
Symbol, I knew at once that this
was a demonstration for free love.
But then some fellow turned
around with a sien that said. Pe Peace

It is their government, not their people, that
is the enemy. Who is to say what specific person
is better than another, be th%t person friend or
foe. To say so is to declare oneself a God-Judge.
But it is quite easy to say Americanism is better
than communism. Just the fact that I can criticize
my government is proof of that.
Throw the protestors in jail,'* others say.
Demonstrations against Vietnam are not in them themselves
selves themselves evil.
The men in Vietnam and those of us who will be
there will die for the right to dissent. In fact, the
more I think about it, the more I think dissension
is a duty. If someone thinks something is wrong
he should say so. The worst people in the world
are those who do nothing.
If we throw dissentors in jail we make mockery
of the very concept of freedom upon which our
country is based.
So, you ask, what is your point? Just exactly
what are you trying to say?
All I can answer is, I don't know. Our present
policy seems like an endless struggle leading no nowhere.
where. nowhere. Further escalation may being on a third
world war which is jut to horrible to conceive.
Withdrawal is a defeat of freedom.
North Vietnam will negotiate only if we cease
bombing first. If we cease, the advantage will
shift to the enemy and they will have no need to
talk. If we continue, they refuse to talk.
Demonstrations give hope to the enemy and he
continues to fight. To stop people from demon demonstrating
strating demonstrating mocks the reason for fighting.
If the war continues, what happens to co-ex co-existence?
istence? co-existence? Will it still be possible or is an all-out
war inevitable?
I guess what Im trying to say is freedom
is worth dying for anyplace including Vietnam.
But if i have to die in war I don't want other
people to have to follow and die also.

ace Peace in Vietnam", and I realized
the symbol was the "Peace Sym Symbol".
bol". Symbol".
I asked another marcher if they
werent here to protest the mo morality
rality morality of the Girl Scouts because
the Girl Scouts did not support
she protest for Pam me. He re replied,
plied, replied, no, destruction of morals
doesn't come until we pull out
of Vietnam. I was elated because
at the rate the United States is
going that wouldnt be for a long
time.
They were protesting the war
in Vietnam. One marcher had a
sign that said, "Ill never fight
in Vietnam. At first I thought
he might be a conscientious ob objector
jector objector but close scrutiny revealed
that his unmasculine-like looks
probably gave him one of those
special deferments.
One fellow had a sign that said,
"How would you like Napalm in
your backyard? When I asked if
this species was a member of the
cabbage palm or the coconut palm
tree family, he called me a war warmonger
monger warmonger and walked away.
One sign carrier had a sign that
said "Resist the draft. This re reminded
minded reminded me of their Peace Wagon,
so I strolled over to him and
said that Id tell him who burned
it down if they wouldnt tell where
they found out. He agreed quickly.
I whispered, "J.Edgar Hoover.
He took off at a full run to tell
A1 but when he got halfway to him
the name suddenly got through.
Stopping in embarrassment he
stuck out his tongue at me and
sat down.
It struck me later that this wasnt
a Halloween costume parade. (How
was I to know otherwise though,
with what they were wearing?)
These are tomorrows self-appoin self-appointed
ted self-appointed saviors. To them everything
is supposed to be rosy that is
why many of them wear those
rose-tinted spectacles.
No war-just peace, peace, and
more peace. If they could con convince
vince convince the UJSJS.R. of this, I would
be an anti-war demonstrator, too.
No, I wouldnt need to bethe
war would have ended long ago.



TTie Florida Alligator
SPRING FASHION ISSUE

University of Florida, Gainesville

THE PASSION IN FASHION

Spring is here and its full of color. And
the biggest, brightest, most beautiful is yellow
lots of yellow.
This is going to be a colorful year, and
we dont need a peacock to send the message.
Its everywhere. Bright orange dresses.
Jockey-color blues and greens. Dont forget
purple.

Fashion Thats What Its All About

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By STEFANIE JARIUS
Society Editor
This is the Alli Alligators
gators Alligators 1967 spring
fashion edition.
We cant tell you
whats in in Spo Spokane,
kane, Spokane, but weve made
a city-wide sweep of
shops and department
stores to bring the
word about Gainesville
fashion.
In the following 16
pages are stories,
pictures (like the ones
to the left and right)
and general informa information
tion information about collegiate
fashion. And theres
even a bikini. .with
a girl in it.
Special thanks go to
Dr. Harry Heaths JM
301 class for assis assistance
tance assistance above and beyond
the call in gathering
material for the cause.
Photo editor Nick Ar Arroyo
royo Arroyo scores again with
his pictures.
So much for the
introduction; now on
with the story. .

If its iridescent, its with it.
Fashion is color. Drab is out the rainbow
is in. The wonderful world of color is on
campus and were glad its here.
But we really like yellow (in case you
couldnt tell). We like it so much, were going
to remind you about it throughout this section.

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Natural Make-Up
By JOHN AMES
Alligator Correspondent
If most UF men had their way, coeds would wear little make-up.
The natural look is what seems to appeal to the average male
student. Make-up that calls attention to itself is generally considered
in poor taste.
Most girls dont realize that make-up is a complement to her
appearance and not an end in itself, said Raymond Gonzaelz, 3EG.
Not to put on too much make-up is an art.
Natural has to be the watch word, siad Vaughn Bomburger,
3AR, For instance, I like lipstick in a color that approaches the
color of real live lips. \
Make-up is used dishonestly far too often according to a majority
of UF men.
Any kind of make-up must accentuate natural attributes without
creatine something thats not there. said Chester Trow, 3BA.
I prefer subdued shades of lipstick, said Richard Fox, a graduate
student in zoology. White lipstick, for example, is unnatural.
Gregory Decker, 2UC, thought that girls did not show enough con consideration
sideration consideration for their boy friends in the choice of particular brands of
cosmetics.
Girls should pay more attention to the odor of what they put on
their faces, he said. Theres one brand on the market that really
smells. I really couldnt care less what a girl puts on her face as
long as it doesnt smell bad.
The current emphasis on eye make-up is viewed by UF men as
tolerable and even attractive if not overdone.
Her eyes are one of a girls best assets, said Chuck Wohlust,
ILW. If she can highlight them without overdoing it, I think its
all right.
Heavy make-up bases with a thick layer of powder are widely
criticized. ___

His-And-Her Clothing
No Longer In

By JOE TORCHIA
Alligator Staff Writer
Five Gainesville clothing stores
Donigan's, Stagn Drag, the Uni University
versity University Shop, Wilsons and Silver Silvermans
mans Silvermans agree that matching
mens and womens clothing is
definitely out this year, es especially
pecially especially among university stu students.
dents. students.
Its just not stylish at all for
men and women to dress alike,
especially for college students,
according to a saleswoman at the
University Shop, You may see
this line of clothing among high
school students, but definitely not
in college.
A salesman at Stagn Drag, said
matching clothing has been out
for two or three years.
A few years ago we used to
get many, many calls for match matching

ing matching shirts but not anymore,
he said. We no longer carry
anything in this line because
theres simply no demand.
Matching anything is out, ac according
cording according to Donigans. Occas Occasionally
ionally Occasionally a few matching shirts might
happen along, a saleswoman said,
but its been at least two years
since weve had any kind of de demand.
mand. demand.
Silvermans carries some
matching mens and womens
clothing around Christmas pa pajamas
jamas pajamas and that nature but at
this time, nothing. A saleswoman
offered no explanation except,
Theyre not very popular.
According to a saleswoman at
Wilsons Department Store, Peo People
ple People want to be individuals: they
dont want to look alike and they
dont want to dress alike.

WANT TO BUY SOME?

Long Hair Is Big Business

By ROBERT VILLA
Alligator Correspondent
The wig fad has been in for over a year
with no end in sight. Theyre convenient, attractive,
durable and often inexpensive.
Some coeds wear hairpieces from morning till
night, five days a week they wash their own hair
on weekends and send the wig to the shop. But the
rest of the week they wear them to classes and even
play tennis in them.
Hair pieces come in three basic types. You can
wear a wig, a full head of hair of any color, even
green. You can buy a switch, which is actually
a conventional pony tail about 9 foot and a half
in length, custom matched to your own hair. Or
you can get a fall if you want to have long,
health, natural looking hair that only girls who
seldom cut it have.
A fall is the most popular right now because long
straight hair is the fashion. With a fall you can
have the in look when youre out on a date, but
you can keep your own hair at a comfortable length
which lets you take part in sports, and doesnt
need an hour of care each night.
The most popular switches are of Dynel, a
synthetic fiber made by DuPont. They are inex inexpensive
pensive inexpensive and easily cared for, arent affected by
humidity. So theres no worry about a ruined hair-do
if the weather is damp.
The switch isnt worn like a pony tail. After all,
no coed worth her Rahahs would be caught dead
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worn up in a loose braid coiled around the top of
the head, sort of like a crown.
Full wigs aren't too popular with coeds because
theyre usually too expensive, and theyre difficult
to maintain. The best ones are made of human hair
and sometimes cost several hund.ed dollars. They
must be washed and combed by a professional, and
this seldom costs less than ten dollars.
Fake hair is big business in Gainesville; there
are several shops that specialize in selling and
caring for their customers hairpieces.
The girls bring their hair in to have it washed
and combed or blended. In blending the hair, the
expert adds strands of new hair of the same color
thus making the hairpiece more lustrous.
The average Dynel switch costs $35, at least thats
how much Judy Neefe, an advertising student, paid
for hers. She wears it almost every day.
I never have to worry about my hair drooping
when the weather gets damp, and its so much easier
to comb your hair when its off your head she said.
But what do men think about phony hair? Do they
like it? Is it a hindrance on dates? Are they em embarrassed
barrassed embarrassed by it?
Most cant tell the difference. But some say
false hair could start girls wearing other false things.
This, of course would be a terrible blow to the morale
of the Florida man, so ladies take heed!
John Ellsworth, an advertising major, said, I
can see a girl wearing one if she doesnt have any
hair, like if she ends up looking beautiful and its
only the wig, then its phony.



MOD TAKES OVER

Lingerie Under Attack

By MICHAEL WEINROTH
Alligator Correspondent
Womens lingerie is now under
attack that is by todays mod
style.
It began when the mini-skirt
was first introduced. Women were
in doubt as to what kind of lingerie
they should wear under the new
mod-styled clothes.
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far above the knee, the standard
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In fact, slips were either disposed
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In answer to the question, what
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that the new ideas in lingerie are
attractice, however, they arent
practical enough for every day
wear.
House coats, pajamas and night nightgowns
gowns nightgowns are being manufactured in
the latest spring colors of rose,
pink, lavender, mint green, yellow,
orange and peach. Gowns now in include
clude include matching panties of the same
color. Bikini underwear is gaining
in popularity, too, with the younger
girls.
Color is whats selling every everything,
thing, everything, says Mrs. Ergle. Also,
the crazy designs theyre showing
are wilder than ever before.
The polka dots, flowered prints,
stripes, leopard prints and plaids
are bound to startle any observant
fellow on a windy March afternoon.

Tuesday, March 21, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Wild Colors,
Bold Patterns
'ln For Men

By TOM TITUS
Alligator Correspondent
Large bold patterns and brighter colors are in the fashion news
for sport coats this spring, according to several men's shops in
the Gainesville area.
The accent is on solid blazers in a wide variety of colors to
highlight the patterned or fancy trousers.
Traditional designs are still popular and move well, according
to one shop.
In sport jackets the trend is toward glen plaid and large designs
and patterns.
Glen plaid is popular in various shades and colors including
green, blue, brown and olive.
Another popular pattern, according to one shop, is the window windowpane
pane windowpane check. The design features an enlarged plaid design that,
as the name indicates, resembles a window pane.
In suit coats, the fashion for spring is more along traditional
lines with more emphasis placed on the popular chalk stripes.
The traditional herringbone design is still in style, according
to one shop owner.
One shop reports that there seems to be more of a trend this
spring toward heathertones in suit coats.
A slow move toward the fancy and brighter colors in jacket
lining is reported by several shops.
According to one shop owner, the trend toward fancy lining has
been going on for a few years.
One shop owner said, Fancy linings are nice, but I dont think
a person buys a jacket for that fact alone. He added, The feel
texture of the jacket sells the item more than anything.
The texture of the fabric composing the jacket does make a'
difference. The trend, according to one shop, is toward a fabric
that has the features of dacron and the coarse texture of linnen
or wool.
According to one owner, the coarser fabric gives the jacket a
more masculine look and the dacron in the blend provides the
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Accessories Are
In Odd Shapes
And Wild Colors
Large dangling earrings of various shapes, sizes and colors
accentuate other spring mod accessories wide hip-hugger belts,
sling-back heels and hair bands.
The mod clothing appeal stresses the use of colors and com combinations
binations combinations of colors in accessories. Original styles of acces accessories
sories accessories did not change as much as the colors, Donigans womens
apparel manager said.
Mod fashions are noticed more by their colors than by styles.
Colors such as fresh green, true blue, buttercup, chartruse and
bright red have become popular in stripes, polka dots and various
patterns.
Earrings with large colored balls, cubes and paper mache
ornaments are in big demand this spring, Mrs. Tyrene Yon
, of the University Shop said.
Patterned hose is popular and increasing in sales this spring.
It is about our biggest item in accessories, Mrs. J. E. Ponzio
of the Twig Shop said.
Silk squares (scarves) and smoke rings are a big item,
Donigans manager said. Straw or flowered print bags sell well
and are usually matched with floppy flowered hats, she said.
With mod fashions and Carnaby Street also come such terms
as sling-back heels. The shoes, usually low heels, have one strap
going around behind the foot.
Emphasis in shoes is on colors and buckles. Another new
style this spring are square-toed shoes.
The popular mod boots are getting higher now reaching
almost to the knees -- and cover some space left by the popular
mini-mini skirts.
The mod fad makes the younger generation more creative in
what they wear. It makes them think more individually. They
all are looking for the thing that nobody else has. Anything that
is unique sells fast, Mrs. Yon said about the effect of mod
fashions.
There is a tendency to mix mod with other fashions. Mod can
look real neat, but if it is not worn right it can look bad, Mrs.
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All fashion is something
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Paste-Ons
Flopped Here
By ROGER BUCKWALTER
Alligator Correspondent
The fad of pasting and painting
patterns on arms and legs hasnt
caught on at the University of
Florida, said the manager of
Quick-Save.
Quick-Save had the paints in
stock a month ago for two
weeks, but people didn't know what
they were and werent interested
in them, the manager said.
On campus, only a few people
have been seen with the designs.
Paint is used to make flowers,
butterflies or colorful patterns on
arms and legs.

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Belk-Lindsey, and the mini-skirt
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ably probably worn by the Romans, and
ironically enough the men, not the
ladies, displayed their gams. The
Roman minis were worn for com comfort,
fort, comfort, and not for aesthetic va values.
lues. values.
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kilts to this day are worn by
men.
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were almost identical to the Ult,
a wrap around skirt with a big
pin on the side to bold it to together.
gether. together. Eventually the miniskirt
evolved into the design as we know
it today.
Mrs. Spencer said the mini miniskirt
skirt miniskirt oi today nas been around for
four or five years, and that it
probably started out on the west
coast. The mini only became pub publicized
licized publicized with the mod look two years
ago.
At first the skirts were about
four inches above the knee, but

lately there is no telling how high
they may go.
* Many of the styles began in Cali California,
fornia, California, Mrs. Spencer added, with
a greater influence from England
than Paris.
She emphasized that the mini
is just a fad, "It is the thing
right now, but tomorrow it win
be something wise.*'
"Mini-skirts are on the way out,
but have introduced a whole new
look into fashions," said Clyde
Daniel s. assistant to Mrs. Spencer.
The culotte is returning because
of the emphasis on mini-skirts.
The "new" culottes will have but button
ton button fronts, two large pockets, back
wraps, and zipped fly fronts.
The culotte looks like a skirt,
mini of course, but is actually a
pair of pants. This effect is brought
about by a pleat in the front hid hiding
ing hiding the break in the "skirt.
The big fashion of the future
is paper dresses. Some will be
washable, have zippers and be less
flammable than cotton.
"Just think," she said, "no more
dry cleaning bills."



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Its Big News!
By JUNE MANN
Alligator Correspondent
A new dress innovationthe pantdressis bringing back the
culotte look this summer.
Girls rapidly bought the first shipments of pantdresses, said
local merchants.
The pantdress is a one-piede outfit which resembles a dress
with the skirt joined at the center seam in culotte fashion. Pant Pantdresses
dresses Pantdresses com in casual and dress styles.
The shift style of pantdress is the fastest seller, said Mrs.
Mae Ponzio, manager of the Twig. The sport model looks perfect
for comfortable summer wear.
Mrs. Ponzio said that pantdresses probably have not made their
appearance yet because many girls are waiting for the summer to
display their new outfits.
The casual style pantdress has sold out here, but more will
be ordered for the spring, said Jackie Cannon of the University
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Notables Say UFers
Are Casual Dressers

By TOM GRATTY
Alligator Correspondent
Comfortable and casual best describe UFs
campus dress according to various UF no notables.
tables. notables. ~s
I think UF students dress rather well, ca casually
sually casually and comfortably for the season, said
SG president Charles Shepherd. However, this
is not Suntan U. And Students usually stick
to the more appropriate and traditional forms
of dress, even in summer.
Suzanne Hull, Miss UF, said girls could wear
shorter skirts in the summer in place of Ber Bermudas.
mudas. Bermudas. She deemed these more comfortable and i
appropriate for warm weather. (She emphasised
she didnt mean mini-skirts.)
I particually like patterned stockings on girls
with short skirts, but I dont like vinal and
plastic shoes they look like old ladies shoes
to me. Suzanne said.
On boys, Suzanne was against the no-socks
look, unless the boy had pretty ankles or was
just bumming around.
Ex-Miss UF Donna Berger said,The new
plaid pants for boys are a step in the right
direction. They allow him to stay within the

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traditional, but also allow enough leeway and
choice of color and design to distinguish him himself
self himself as an individual.
Donna displayed her displeasure for wearing
Bermudas to class at anytime You feel more
dressed up for class when you wear a skirt.
A girl should dress according to the role shes
taking, and I dont think Bermudas are the ap appropriate
propriate appropriate attire for a classroom situation.
she said.
Charles B. Keenan, Assistant Dean of Men,
goes for the traditional campus dress, too.
I like dresses, skirts and blouses on girls
and clean pressed slacks and casual sport shirts
on boys in the summer.
I feel people should dress in Florida as they
feel comfortable in their surroundings. Dean
of Women Betty Cosby said. In law school
one would probably dress in a white shirt, tie
and coat, while more casual dress would be worn
most everywhere else on campus.
Asked if she would approve the wearing of
Bermudas during the third quarter next year
as now permitted during the summer trimester,
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care a hang about fashion, you cant beat
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. .will she keep her stockings?
Mini Leg Wear
Is A Problem
In This Season
By KENT LANTAFF
Alligator Correspondent
As mini-skirts keep rising along with summer temperatures,
the fashion-conscious coed is faced with a new problem which
might drive her mod. For like the perpetual question of the
Scotsman and his kilts, she too must decide what shell wear
underneath.
The patterned stockings she wore all winter served a dual
purpose: they kept her legs warm while lowering the fantasies
of the male mind. But as warm weather months approach, will
the Carnaby coed shed her stockings for the coolness of bare bareness?
ness? bareness?
A survey of Gainesville womens clothiers reveals the mini miniskirt
skirt miniskirt will indeed greet summer sans stockings.
Though a few brave coeds might choose to don nothing below
raised skirts, the majority are modest mods, and fashion de designers
signers designers offer several substitutes to prevent undue publication of
the female thigh.
One merchant reported the appearance of a mini-pants-dress:
a one-piece culotte-type dress whose connecting pants are mini minilength.
length. minilength.
Another alternative to multi-colored stockings are multi multicolored
colored multicolored bloomer-like pants which actually come to or below
the knee while the mini-skirt remains at thigh-length.
Make-Up Should Have
That Natural Look,

By WILLIAM BOVOSO
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Alligator Correspondent
The natural look seems to be
the in look in make-up among
UF coeds.
Most girls are attempting to
create a natural, glowing look
in their make-up,** said Sharon
Ann Hillman, 2UC.
The purpose of make-up is to
emphasize the attractive features
of a girls face and to de-empha de-emphasize
size de-emphasize the less attractive features,
said Sara Jane LaFrance, 2UC.
Contemporary styles seem to
emphasize the eyes. The mouth
is an area being de-emphasized.
Pale shades of lipstick and hea heavy
vy heavy emphasis on the eyes adds to
this look, said Miss Hillman.
A great deal of eye-shadow, eye eyeliner,
liner, eyeliner, brush-on eyebrow color and
mascara are used by UF coeds.

When I put on make up to go
classes, I begin with loose pow powdeT.
deT. powdeT. I use lip-dew in order to al allow
low allow my lipstick to go on easily,
and then I apply my lipstick. I
use a blush-on powder and then
put on my brush-on eyebrow col color
or color and mascara, said Brenda
Peacock, 2UC.
On dates, most girls look for
extra color in their make-up.
Most dates are at night,there night,therefore,
fore, night,therefore, I try to get more light and
color into my make-up. This gives
much less natural look, said
Sandra Lee, 4AS.
The mod style calls for a great
deal of make-up with a great deal
of color. It gives a look of the un unusual
usual unusual or unique.
I cant see it. It doesnt look
natural and its just too much,
said Lauralee Steers, 2UC.

Mens Clothing Never
Went Mod On Campus

By JERRY SULLENBERGER
Alligator Correspondent
Mod never made it
on campus, said two mens cloth clothiers
iers clothiers in Gainesville.
The Florida student is con conservative
servative conservative in dress very tra traditional,
ditional, traditional, said Joe O. Frank, own owner
er owner of the University Shop.
Frank said the Florida man is
fashion conscious, but somewhat
slower to change from the tra traditional
ditional traditional than is his northern coun counterpart.
terpart. counterpart.
Bob Young, manager of L & L
Mens Shop, said virtually the
same thing.
For instance, the Tassel-loa Tassel-loafer
fer Tassel-loafer is the only casual shoe seen
on campuses in North and South
Carolina, or even at the Univer University
sity University of Georgia, he explained.
But here, we still sell many
more of the traditional Penny Pennyloafer.
loafer. Pennyloafer.
The basic item in a Florida
mans wardrobe is still the blaz blazer,
er, blazer, according to Young. He indi indicated
cated indicated that the latest in fashion is
the double-breasted blazer, and
it is most popular in navy blue
or lighter blue colors.
Sport coats are featuring big
Glen plaids in all colors.
The suit for the college man is
still a three button, center vent
style, in a pattern that looks as
if a dark fabric had been lined
with a piece of chalk, and which
is appropriately called Chalk
Stripes.
Mr. Frank pointed out that suits
are not often worn by UF students.
Small Glen plaids, stripes, and
checks in all colors dominate the
trouser department. Frank said
that these patterns are fashionable,
but that actually they are only
coming back and are not real-
Even Glasses
Are Fashionable
By J. T. COATS
Alligator Correspondent
Price and conventionality take
precedence before fashion, when
most people select frames for their
glasses, according to Mrs. Nancy
Wright, frame stylist for Ply Plymouth-Beckums
mouth-Beckums Plymouth-Beckums Opticians of
Gainesville.
According to Mrs. Wright, most
women prefer rectangular and
round frames at the present.
She also said that men had a
high preference for rectangular
shape, although they really have
little choice in selection.
As far as age groups go, most
men have about the same pre preference
ference preference Mrs. Wright added.
The older age groups m women
sometimes like to have a little
trim on their frames, she said.
J. D. Wood, a registered opti optician
cian optician and general manager of Ply Plymouth-Beckums,
mouth-Beckums, Plymouth-Beckums, said only a small
percentage of glasses-wearers
wear contact lenses.
Most of the contact wearers
are young girls who are highly
myopic or have cataracts. Contacts
give more side vision, Wood said.
The shape of frame that a per person
son person chooses depends a lot on his
head structure, Wood said.
Frames can be used to accent
or cover up.

ly new.
Ypu cant wear anything other
than a solid color with a Glen
Plaid or check, Frank said. The
return of the plaids in trousers is
forcing a return to solid color
sport jackets.
The pattern trend in dress trou trousers
sers trousers is also carried over to casual
slacks.
Stripes are still the thing in

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No Extra Treatment
For UF Mens Hair
By CHRIS FERREE
Alligator correspondent
Do male UF students get their hair colored, straightened
or treated in other special ways?
Local barbers say no.
Manny Huerta, barber at the Carolyn Plaza Barber Shop,
said that hair coloring was a big thing in the larger cities but
not with college men. Hair styling, in which the hair is shaped
to compliment the nose, neck and head shape, is becoming
popular. 9
He said many college men are getting razor cuts, haircuts
given with a straight razor when the hair is wet. 1
Cecil Crawford, barber at McDavid's Barber Shop, said there
is no special hair styling used in Gainesville. He said college men
ar fT l f SU embarrassed to have their hair straightened in public.
* wan t their hair straightened, they usually use some
ia J miX fr m a bottle and do ** at home," Crawford said.
windy Wilkerson, owner of Windys Barber Shop, said that
special hair treatment is done mostly in big cities where there is
a large amount of people who want it to make it profitable.
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long hair^uf 716 COllege men ls *** Ml, but not extremely

shirts, but patterned trousers are
causing an interest in solid color
sport shirts.
Men's accessories remaing es essentially
sentially essentially the same. Wide leather
belts with large brass buckles
are still the thing. The regimen regimental
tal regimental stripe is the most popular
pattern in ties. The tie is again
getting wider, and Frank estima estimated
ted estimated that they would be up to 3 1/2
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Spring Fashion Begins At Easter

By LARRIE SIKORSKI
Alligator Corffespondent
taster officially begins the spring fashion season.
This spring, bright, bright splashy colors are the
dominant trend, said Mrs. Joseph Silverman of Silver Silvermans
mans Silvermans Clothing Store.
Fashion outfits for Easter will be color-coordinated
for both men and women, presenting a complete head headto-toe
to-toe headto-toe ensemble.
Womens fashions for Easter will appear in vibrant

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and tangerine; azalea pink; Caribbean blue.
The one color look is really big this spring, says
Mrs. Silverman. The outfit will consist of shoes, tex textured
tured textured hosiery, a suit or dress, hat and purse all of the
same color, she added.
Rather than being monotonous, this one color effect
tends to flatter the wearer of the light spring colors,
according to Mrs. Silverman.
The wide spectrum of styles range from the tent

Tuesday, March 21. 1967. The Florida Alligator.

dress to drop waist-lines, A-line skimmers to coat
dresses. Prints, checks and polka-dots, as well as
solids, will be worn in spring.
Permanent press fabrics are popular as well as
all the acetates, voiles, and waffle piques," said Mrs.
Silverman. i
Shoes have departed from the traditional white and bone
shades for spring and are being found in a rainbow of
colors. Soon you'll have shoes to match every outfit,"

commented Mrs. Silverman. Sling
backs, low heels and square-toed
styles are the shoes for this Eas Easter.
ter. Easter.
Hats are made of the same fabric
as the suit or dress to enhance
the total outfit look. Purses are
also available, in a wide range of
colors and styles, straws are still
a favorite.
The big change in men's cloth clothing
ing clothing for Easter is the emergence
of the patterned slacks and jack jackets.
ets. jackets. The patterns range from plaids
and squares to checks, and are
being worn more this spring in the
lighter springweight fabrics.
Styles are basically similar to
fall styles, but double-breasted
jackets are making a comeback in
spring. Mod styles are loosing
popularity among the college men,
according to a Silverman's sales salesman
man salesman who wished not to be identi identified.
fied. identified.
The Easter suit may be in olive
green, burnt mustard or whiskey
tones in fabrics such as dacron
and wool, dacron blends and poplin,
dacron blends and poplin.
Shirts of permanent press fab fabrics
rics fabrics are in subdued pastel shades,
often with a square or striped
pattern. These are complimented
by ties in stripes, American regi regimental
mental regimental patterns and paisleys.
Alligator belts have replaced the
patterned, wide belts, according
to the salesman.
Nail-Biters,
Would You
Chew Hair?
When you're nervous, do you
bite your nails? If so, consider
the following information. It may
make you change your mind.
Before you consider chomping
on our lovely fingernails to calm
your nerves, consider the follow following
ing following facts.
Your nails are made basically
of the same substance as your hair
(you wouldn't chew your hair, would
you?). Three different layers,
growing from three rows of cells,
don't always adhere properly,
causing ugly peeling.
If the cells dont produce evenly
your nails will become thick in
some places and thin in others.
Damage to these cells causes those
troublesome white spots.
It is plain to see that your
nails deserve a special nail-care
plan of their own. Most important
is a balanced diet with plenty of
B and D vitamins.
Massage to improve circulation
does wonders for nail growth. So
does buffing, filing, shaping, or
even taping your fingers.
Nothing does more to improve
the appearance and condition of
your nails than polish. Nails are
porous, and anything that blocks
their breathing, like fake finger fingernails,
nails, fingernails, can cause them to get weak.
However polish also is porous and
allows them to breathe naturally.
Polish should never be kept on
for more than a week. If you cant
keep it on that long, take off a
hairline at the endge of each nail,
where the trouble usually starts,
as you are polishing.
If youre still worried about your
nails, remember that your pro problems
blems problems will grow out with your nails,
and if yours are normal, you pro probably
bably probably will get a iew se* at least
every three months.

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SPRINGS HERE

Fashion In The Swim

Swimwear for 1967 features the and a matching swim-dress or
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The ever-popular bikini is very
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with many of the suits featuring
the ultra-feminine look that domi dominates
nates dominates spring fashions.
For those who want the bikini
look without taking the complete
plunge there are the new one onepiece
piece onepiece cut outs cut so sparing sparingly
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are even more teasing than the
two-piece style.
One-piece suits with dropped
waistlines and little boy legs in
wild colors like yellow and plum
or hot pink and orange will also
spot the beaches this summer.
New stretch fabrics make the
sleek tank suits more striking
than ever. **V and turtle neck necked
ed necked tops and front panel skirts are
details of these suits that add to
figure flattery.
Exciting, new fabrics give this
summers swimwear a completely
new look. Silver metallic and
weightless fluorescent material
jersey suits will shine brightly at
poolside. Nylon jerseys and rib ribbe
bed ribbe y knits will provide the very
sporty look while chiffon, lace, and
flower appliques will promote fem femininity.
ininity. femininity.
Paper Clothes
On The Way?
To end all those expensive clean cleaning
ing cleaning bills and mending chores, why
not buy a wardrobe of paper
dresses?
The new, inexpensive dresses
are sleeveless shifts suitable for
beach or hostess wear. All it takes
to shorten the hem is a pair of
scissors.
According to the manufacturers,
the dresses can be worn approxi approximately
mately approximately six times and can be
sponged off and pressed with a
cool iron.
A hostess who wants to go all
out can buy a dress to match her
paper plates, napkins and table tablecloth.
cloth. tablecloth.
Os course, the paper dress has
several disadvantages. The wearer
must avoid rainstorms, strong
gusts of winds, and mischievous
boys with scissors.

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How Does Mod
Clothing Fare
On UF Men?

Mod clothing will definitely not
last.
I like mod clothing to a cer certain
tain certain extent, but not the extremes.
It looks better on younger teen teenagers
agers teenagers than the older college male.
These were some of the answers
given by a cross-section of the
Sew, Do It
Yourself
People have been making their
clothes since man's beginning.
Although most women are con content
tent content to buy their clothes today,
many still make their own.
Reasons for this vary. Among
the most common is the econo economic
mic economic factor.
Several coeds on campus feel
that it is much cheaper to make
their own clothes. In some cases
a girl can have two dresses for
the price of a store-bought one.
The ability to make your own
clothes also helps a person de determined
termined determined the quality of ready-to ready-towear
wear ready-towear clothes said Janie Wan Wanless,
less, Wanless, a junior coed who makes
many of her own clothes.
Janie also feels you can tell if
a ready-made dress can be al altered
tered altered when you know how a dress
should be made.

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UF student body in a survey con concerning
cerning concerning the wearing of mod clothes
by men.
The men and women were asked
if they thought mod clothing looked
good on men and if it would last.
Approximately 87 per cent
agreed that it would not last,
while 53 per cent said they em emphatically
phatically emphatically didn't like it. About
40 per cent said they liked it to
a certain extent.
Some upper classmen and law
school students said that it looked
better on younger students and also
that there was a tendency for more
freshmen to wear mod clothes than
upper classmen.
Some of the comments were:
It's not the average college
male that wears it, but rather
one that wants to stand out in
a crowd. Glen Maguire, 3ED
It depends on the boy. It will
last for awhile, but I don't think
it looks any better on younger
people than older college males.
Nancy Woodall, lUC
It looks good for certain oc occasions,
casions, occasions, but it will not last.
Whilden Blackwell, 4BA
Its just another fad, and its
too radical a change to last.
Christine England, 3ED
I wouldn't be caught dead in
mod clothes, but if others want
to wear it, thats their business.
Mike Maguire, 2UC

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The square toe and the low heel are consis consistently
tently consistently pushing their way into the fashion industry
of footwear.
This season many more brilliant colors and
styles are appearing to compliment the array
of colors which are painting the entire fashion
picture.
Metallics in footwear are being introduced
with sportswear as well as with formal attire.
Basic shoes and accessories are not being
shown this season in favor of spirit In accessory
selection to activate a drab ensemble.
Buckles of all sorts, metallic and in con contrasting
trasting contrasting colors, adorn the latest shoes. Sandals
and sportshoes are being fastened with slim gold
chains to match the chain straps of many shoulder
bags this season. T-straps and numerous cutouts
particularly accent the latest in free flowing
dresses or a tailored culotte suit.
Some sport shoes bare the foot through clear
vinyl panels of unusual shapes. Boots are not
being worn with the exception of the clear vinyl
rainboots which match peek-a-boo raincoats.
Sling-backs continue to be very popular along
with patent leathers of all colors.
Two-tone shoes also are very popular in
clash combinations as well as coordinating colors.



STUDENTS POLLED

Survey Says Fashion The Same

By ROLAND SCOTT
Alligator Correspondent
Fashion-wise, this spring wont be much of a
change from last year, according to some UF
students.
Bright colors, shifts, tent dresses and tradi traditional
tional traditional attire are expected for female students.
The men look toward the traditional in general.
A sample of students were asked to forecast the
spring fashion scene for UF.
Here are their answers:
DONNA KAY BERGER, 3ED, former Miss UF:
Girls will probably be wearing a lot of shifts to
school; light easy-to-care-for materials; tradi traditionals,
tionals, traditionals, and probably prints and checks.
JIM COTTON, 4JM: Ive seen several pairs of
checked pants, cream and maroon colored, but I
dont know how strong they will be. Stripes definitely
are good lve seen several shirts in hot salmon
colors but mostly light pastels, blues and off offshades
shades offshades will be worn a lot.
In shoes, loafers with tassels seem to be coming
back.
Cotton said he believes Mod will still be strong
and that swimwear will be just about the same as
usual.
He added that bermuda shorts, in solid colors
and madras, will be popular and sport coats will
be pretty much the standard three-button type.*

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MARTHA SLOO, nursing student: Shifts will be
worn a lot. Pant suits and tdphuggers wont be too
popular if it stays as hot as it has been.
There is a tendency towards brighter colors;
pastels are going out.
There will be a lot of prints, not the real
wild African type, but more traditional.
She said girls definitely** will continue to favor
two-piece bathing suits over one-piece lank-type
swimwear/
W. E. RODDENBERRY, 4BA: l think mens
clothes will be basically conservative. Light blues
and tans will be popular, with wild colors mostly
in ties.
SANDRA STALLINGS: 3ED, Miss Seminole**:
I think there will be a lot of bright colors, such
as yellows, oranges and pinks, and lots of prints.
Mini skirts, shirt waists and tent dresses with bell
sleeves will be real popular. Ive already seen quite
a few tent dresses.
ALAN HARRISON, graduate accounting student:
Most men students will be wearing the same type
clothes as they are now as die weather wont change
much. Seersucker pants will be back.**
EUNICE TALL, 4JM, a member of the Made Mademoiselle
moiselle Mademoiselle Magazine College Board: Easy to care for
clothes, such as shifts, will be popular.
There will be a lot of sandals worn and cool,
drip-dry materials, sleevless shells, light pastels
or bright colors. There wont be many plaids or
prints.*

luesoay, marcn asi, iut>7, me Eiorua Alligator,

Fashion Model, Twiggy
In U.S. For A Look

Twiggy, the sensational teen teenage
age teenage British model with a boyish
figure and pixyish face, arrived
at Kennedy International Airport
Monday, thrilled over the pros prospect
pect prospect of a helicopter flight into Man Manhattan.
hattan. Manhattan.
The 17-year-old cockney lormer
schoolgirl, now considered Eur Europe's
ope's Europe's top model, described her herself
self herself as "just a thin-type with
spindly legs." She is here on a
six-weeks visit of promote her
own line of "mod" style clothing
and to model for several fashion
magazines.
Twiggy, whose real name is
Lesley Hornby, Is five feet six
inches tall, weighs 92 pounds, and
measures 31-23-32. She appeared
in an orange coat with a blue vel velveteen
veteen velveteen jump suit, blue leotards,
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Her blonde hair, which she said
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was coiffed in the so-called "poor
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showed a great deal of poise at
a crowded news conference at the
airport.
Asked if she thought her slim
figure was the figure of the fu future,
ture, future, Twiggy replied: "I suppose
so. But it*s not really much of
a figure, is it?"
Besides the helicopter trip,
Twiggy said she was most interes interested
ted interested in visiting the Empire State
Building and, if possible, Disney Disneyland.
land. Disneyland. She said she would like above
all to meet President Johnson
and Cassius Clay, the boxer.
Most of her visit here will be
spent in New York City.

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Alligator Correspondent iff
The feminine look for spring I
and summer is in," according I
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green, orange-orange and lemon I
yellow. Bright colors are popular 1
this season owners agreed. 1
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coordinated patterns are popular Eg
for womens clothing. Shop own- B
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and he did. It was a 15th
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Heres What The Men
Will Wear This Spring

By DIANE DEVINE
Alligator Correspondent
If you're looking forward to getting a new
pair of jams, guys, now that summer is just
around the corner, don't be too anxious.
Donigans, 1123 W. University Ave., reports
that they haven't had a shipment since last
June and although they have placed orders,
none have come in.
John Olsson, 3BA and a salesman at Doni Donigan's,
gan's, Donigan's, attributes the delay to the war in Vietnam
and the consequent need for more soldier
uniforms.
In spite of a let-down to a great number of
customers in search of jams (a surfer-type
bathing suit), Larry Mathews, 4AS and a Donigan
salesman, says that since September the trend
has been toward patterned pants for men.
" Houndstooth, Glen plaid, Tattersall, stripes
all of them really went over starting this
fail," said Mathews. "Colors have brightened
in men's clothing too," he added.
He said he feels that men's clothing has
gone away from the conservative and although
the mod influence hasn't changed mens clothing
considerably, it has caused men to go over their
wardrobes.
"Men should be more conscientious of their
appearance in the classroom," Mathews said.
"It's worth the effort and it's easy."
John McPherson, GHS Senior who has worked
at Donigans since July, says the patterned
club tie, an Old English type, has been selling
more in the last five to six months.
"We sell Rivitz and Reise in these ties
mostly," he said.
John also says that Gant shirts, alligator belts,
loafers and some wing-tip shoes are the biggest
sales in the men's department.

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"In the shirts," John said, "it seems that the
best-looking ones are blue, so we go through
the blue shirts the quickest."
Among college men, John has noticed, the law
student on the whole, wears a little dressier
clothing than the other students.
But for the most part, John feels that college
students dress well for classes. He said that
from the old "label checking" stage, a large
per cent of the high school students began to
dress better too.
"Os course, you'll always have the Levi and
sweatshirt crowd," he said.
Donigans carries womens clothing also, in
such lines as Villager, John Meyer of Norwich,
McMullen, and Ladybug.
Shifts, A-line dresses and skirts, and knit
tops sell the most says Mary Jo Benedetti,
a saleswoman.
Delia McClelland, a 1964 UF graduate working
with Donigans off and on for about three years,
says that new materials that have gone over
well lately are vycron, a cotton combination;
dacron and linen; pure linen and all cotton double
knits. Hie knits, she predicts, "will be big
next fail, too."
"Villager, Ladybug, and John Meyer have all
brought out a softer neckline on their suits,"
said Delia. "These suits are still selling well."
In the last two years, Delia says Donigans
has been selling more of their Lanz dresses,
which are the more dressy ones and are well wellmade,
made, wellmade, often double-lined.
Another new fashion doing well is the modified
bikini and the three-piece bathing suit, which
has a skirt added.
"In all the clothes," says Delia, "the bright
colors are in more so than ever really
shocking pinks and greens."

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Beauty Contest Scheduled
For Orange And Blue Week

Orange and Blue Week acti activity
vity activity on campus begins Thursday
with the judging of 13 coeds en entered
tered entered in the Princess Contest.
Highlighting the weeks activi activities
ties activities will be Saturdays student ta talent
lent talent show featuring single and
group acts at 7:30 p.m. in the Uni University
versity University Auditorium.
Another feature will be the pre presentation
sentation presentation of the Outstanding Man
of the Year award at the annual
Student Leadership Banquet at 6:30
p.m. Thursday, March 30 in the
Student Service Center.
The Orange and Blue Queen and
her court will be presented during
the half-time show of the big
Orange and Blue football game at
Florida Field on Saturday, April 1.
A grand rally Soap Box Derby

Kirk Keeps Blasting Sen. Pope

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) -- Gov.
Claude Kirk continued his
criticism of Senate President
Verle Pope Monday, chiding Pope
for not attending Sundays ground groundbreaking
breaking groundbreaking ceremony at Florida
Technological University.
If Id been the president of the
Senate, Id have been the
Republican governor said.
Kirk said he didnt know if
Pope, a St. Augustine Democrat
who is seeking re-election, had
been invited to the ceremony near
Orlando, but I assume he was
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officials attended the groundbreak groundbreaking.
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Coeds entered in the contest for
judging in bathing suit and even evening
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CAPE CORALSaIIy Anne Bend Bendroth,
roth, Bendroth, daughter of Earl W. Bendroth.
CORAL GABLESJudySilver, da daughter
ughter daughter of C.E. Silver, 820 Anas Anastasia
tasia Anastasia Ave.
FORT MYERSSherri Richards,
daughter of J. M. Richards, 11
W. Braman Court.
HOLLYWOOD Linda Post, daug daughter
hter daughter of E.L.Post, 2638 Wiley St.
NEWBERRYJudy Nesler, daug daughter
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ROCKLEDGESuzi Vick, daug daughter
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E. Elliott Jr., in the March 28
election and in the process com compared
pared compared Pope to the long-winded
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3. ENJOYING MODERN ART Sarah Newmeyer
4. KENNEDY Theodore Sorensen
5. A CONEY ISLAND OF THE MIND
Lawrence Ferlinghetti
6. THE PHOPHETS OF PARIS Frank Manuel
7. A TREASURY OF GREAT
POEMS Louis Untermeyer
8. THE WEB OF GOVERNMENT R.M. MacTuer
9 GROUP THEORY AND QUANTUM
MECHANICS ? Tinkham
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for sale
1966 Honda 305 Scrambler, custom
blue paint job, perfect condition,'
must sell, going north. Call Mark
any evening except Thursday 3378-
6534. ( A- 119-st-x)c
Boat, motor and trailer for sale.
Complete rig $425 16 ft. fiberglass
fishing rig with 25 horse power
Johnson motor. 378-1895. (A-119-
st-C)
POST VERSATRIG SLIDE RULE.
Never used $13.00. Also VW car carburator,
burator, carburator, fits 1961 and possibly
others, works perfectly. Will con consider
sider consider any offer over SIO.OO. 376-
9098 (A-117-4t-c)
The Rolls Royceof motorscooters;
1966 Rabbit, 150 cc, 62 mph,
electric start, windshield, turn
signals, 1,400 miles, excellent
condition, cost $550 sell $350. Old
man school teacher. 376-6670. (A (A---1
--1- (A---1 st-C).
STUDENT SPECIALS Admiral
or Philco air conditioner. Cost
plus 10%; over 300 satisfied stu students.
dents. students. Sudden Service Fuel Oil
Co. 376-4404. 907 S.W. 3rd Street.
(A-112-ts-c).
Golf Clubs full set, 2-9 irons,
Putter, four woods, leather bag,
call Dennis Winter, 378-1973 af after
ter after 5 P.M. (A-118-3t-c)
Trailer good condition Bx4o, 2
bedrooms. See Lot #3 Pinehurst
Park or call 378-6109.(A-116-5t-
C)
Allstate motorscooter for Sale,
good condition. Must sell Best
Offer. Phone Sid at 378-6395.(A 378-6395.(A---1
--1- 378-6395.(A---1 2t-C)
1966 12 x 60 2 bedroom mobile
home, all electric, air-conditi air-conditioned,
oned, air-conditioned, 7 month old in Pinehurst
Park Lot 35, call evenings or
weekends 378-2998. (A-119-3t-C)
SSOO pays for a furnished 8 x
24 mobile home. Perfect for stu student
dent student or married couple. Please
contact Cindy Fenton, Chi 20, Ar Archer
cher Archer Village, 372-1013.(A-120-4t-
P)
FOR SALE Original Brazilian
guitar with case and accesories
s4O. Good condition, call Jim
372-9364 or Tamea at 378-5878.
.A-119-2t-c).
i
i
for rent
I
To Sublease one bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment at University Gardens, air airconditioned
conditioned airconditioned and over looking the
swimming pool. Call 372-1582.(B 372-1582.(B---120-It-p)
--120-It-p) 372-1582.(B---120-It-p)
Available for summer terms
one and two bedroom furnished
apartments. Near University. $55
to SIOO/mo. including some uti utilities.
lities. utilities. Phone 376-3442. (B-120-
st-C)
Solve your parking & transporta transportation
tion transportation problem this summer. Live
only oi*. block from campus in
the cool luxury of La Fontana
JUghrise Apartments. Adjacent to
University post office. Accomo Accomodates
dates Accomodates as many as 4 occupants.
Sundeck and bar-b-que grills on
die roof for your enjoyment. 376-
7534 or 372-3576. or see Apt.
506. (B-118-10t-c)
May apts. Extra large 2 bedroom
apartment. 1 block from Tigert.
Ur conditioned for summer com comfort
fort comfort slls/mo 372-4692 or 376-
7534. (B-118-lOt-c)

for rent
EXCELLENT 2 bedroom mobile
home. Prefer two mature male
students or couple. Lot 22, Chi
Road, Archer Village Trailer
Court, Archer Road. See office or
phone 376-3505 after 5 p.m. (B (B---116-st-p).
--116-st-p). (B---116-st-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- lOt-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).
SORRY! We only have an air con conditioned
ditioned conditioned fully furnished poolside,
one bedroom apartment at new
Summit House to sublet A&B ses sessions.
sions. sessions. We think you will enjoy
our extras all summer long. After
5 P.M. 378-1973. (B-118-3t-c)
Blue Grass Apts. Spacious one
bedroom air conditioned apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Private enclosed patio. 1824
N. W. 9th St. Quiet Area. A bar bargain
gain bargain S9O/mo. 376-7534 or 372-
3576 (B-118-10t-c)
wanted
WAJNTED PILOTS Previous
rated military pilots, any branch
to fly for Florida Army National
Guard. 72 pay period per year.
Contact Captain H. P. Goodling,
Gainesville 378-5188 after 5 p.m.
(C-114-10t-c).
WANTED: Afourth to share 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom University Gardens Apt. 9
month lease beginning September,
67. Call Celia 3024 Rawlings Hall.
(C-119- 2t-P)
Wanted 3 girls to help find and
share apt in NYC from May to
Sept. Call Linda, 372-3621, room
2S after 8 p.m. (C-119-2t-C)
Female roommates wanted: One
going A&B Term, other A Term
only. Off-campus apartment. Rent:
$38.75 Call: 378-5878 (C-119-3t-
C)
Female roommates wanted to sha share
re share apartment at Village Park.
Poolside, Call after 5:30, 378-
5701.(C-120-3t-C)
Female roommate wanted for
French Quarter apartment sum summer
mer summer term. $43.75/mo. Call 378-
5088 or come by apartment 17.
(C-120-3t-C)
j
Riders needed for trip to Mary Maryland
land Maryland and Washington D.C. and route
along the way. Leaving end of Clas Classes
ses Classes in April. Call 378-6744 even evenings.
ings. evenings. (C- 120-3 t-C)
Youve lucked out! You might be
chosen as our 2 summer trimester
roommates. Air-conditioned,pool,
2 bedrooms. Call John Marmish,
378-5551 (C-120- 3t-C)
Danger!
TECHNICOLOR*

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wanted
%
Unusually nice 2 bedroom, air con conditioned,
ditioned, conditioned, well located furnished
apt. 372- 7943. (B-119- 2t- C)
Male roommate wanted -- Share
cottage four blocks from campus.
$25/month plus 1/2 electricity.
Lee Debault, 1028 SW Depot Avenue
(C-118-3t-p)
help wanted
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).
Help wanted male or female, Store
Manager experienced or we will
train. Two openings at present in
the discount health and beauty aid
and phonograph field. Must be
bondable and have excellent re references.
ferences. references. Phone Mrs. DE Yott,
376-2533 for appointment. (E-120-
lOt-C)
Waitress highly paid for Friday and
Saturday night. For more infor information
mation information phone Maurice 372-6900
8-12 A.M. (E-119-st-C)
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT. Male
camp counselors needed. Must bfe
accomplished horseman. WSI also
needed. If interested call 378-6595.
(E-111-10t-c).
RECEPTIONTST-Secretary for
pediatrics office, at least three
years availability desired. Abilit
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-11l- lOt-c).
Experienced dental assistant, 378-
2555. (E-119-st-C)
autos
1964 Fiat 600, radio and heater
$350. 1311 NE 17 Ave. (G-117-
st-C)
* m II .11 i >1 ijirw- m*m rfS
1954 Chevrolet, still in running
condition. SSO or best offer. Call
376-5897 after 5 p.m. (G-120-
3t-C)
1965 Porche Coupe, low mileage
excellent condition, mtny accesso accessories.
ries. accessories. Call 376-0952 after 5 p.m.
(G-120- st-C)
1960 Corvair and 1958 cushman
motorscooter. Entering Army Armybest
best Armybest offers taken. Come by and see
at 1524 NW 4th Avenue or call
372-4522. (G-120-2t-P)
Shocked thc^orld...
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Anq SIMONE SIGNORET VERA CISjZOT
| RUNNER AT 2:45* 6:15 9:00

autos
1957 Goliath Station Wagon, Built
by Borg. Front wheel drive, rack
and pinion steering. Leather up upholstery,
holstery, upholstery, radio and heater, good
tires, 23 to 27 mpg, $l5O for
quick salt '^-118-stc)
1961 Chevy Impala, two door hard hardtop.
top. hardtop. V-8 automatic, white wall
tires, new battery, white with red
and white interior, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. See it first and then make
reasonable offer. 378-3972. (G (G---118-10t-cl
--118-10t-cl (G---118-10t-cl
t l -< !* I .HI '
A 1965 Corvair Monza convertible,
140 h.p., 4 speed, 16,000 miles,
in factory warranty 376-4126 after
5 p.m. (Gll st-c)
CHEAP! 1959 Volvo, body in good
condition with new tires, engine
work needed. Make an offer, call
372-1771. (G-118-st-c)
1966 Tempest Lemans Sport Coupe,
air conditioned, wned 9 mo. $2,700
which includes interest. 378-5269.
(G-118-st-c)
1961 CHEVROLET hardtop (auto (automatic)
matic) (automatic) 6 cyl., $675. See in Service
Drive, rear of Graham Hall after
5 p.m. or 930N.E. 14th Ave. before
5 p.m. 372-5406. (G-117-3t-c).
1953 Mercury, fourdoor sedan,
automatic transmission, new
brakes, good condition. S2OO P-hone
372-8374. (G-118-3t-c)
SB Hillman for sale $125. Call
372-4896 after 5:30 (G-119-st-P)
BRAND NEW 67 Zenith Blue VW
1300. Black leatherette interior,
radio, heater, seat belts, swing
windows in rear, undercoating.
$350 down and take over payments
of SSO/mo. Private owner. Call
378-1411 after 1 p.m. or 372-
7872 after 6 p.m. (G-119-3t-NC)
1955 Chevy hard top. Five new
tires, radio and heater. Call: 376-
9551, ask for: Vic.(G-119-3t-P'>
Antique 1941 Oldsmobile 6 cyl.
sedan, model 96, custom cruiser.
Beautiful original interior. Car all
original Ext. 2122, Room 106 or
376-4467. SSOO (G-119-3t-c)
For Sale 1955 Chevrolet, 6 cyl.,
Call: 376-8032 (G-118-3t-c)
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ONLY S4OO down. JNU OUALIFY_
ING. Own almost new home In
North west location, central heat,
custom drapery total monthly pay payment
ment payment $103.09 including taxes and
insurance. Call Anna Hinson Real Realtor,
tor, Realtor, 378-2559 Q-M-10t-C )
House for sale. 3 bedroom, 2bath,
large fenced in yard, low interest
FHA payment. Ideal neighborhood.
376-9038.(1-117-lOt-C)
FOR SALE: One acre, zoned for
mobile home, 6 miles S.W. of
Gainesville on Archer Road. Call
372-9950 or University Extension
2678. (I-111-10t-c).
services
FLY TO FORT LAUDERDALE,
EXPERIENCED FLYER, LEAV LEAVING
ING LEAVING MARCH 23, RETURNING AP APRIL
RIL APRIL 2, WILL TAKE ONE WAY,
CONTACT DON KOZICH AT 378-
5103. (M-118- 3t-c)
Fly to Sebring and back for races
April 1. For further information
call 378-3616. (M-119- 3t-C)
FLY TO WEST PALM BEACH OR
FT. LAUDERDALE ON EASTER
WEEKEND LEAVE MARCH 24,
RETURN MARCH 26, CONTACT
PAUL RUGH, 376-9252 ANYTIME
TUESDAY. (M-120-It-P)
Rubys Alterations, 1238 SW Third
Avenue 376-8506,(M-120-lt-C)
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about a mans demonic drive to
win Germanys highest military
honor during World War I, a drive
which alienates him from com comrades
rades comrades and mistress alike. The
movie subsequently works in adul adultery,
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ties of war, and the spectacle of
the skies (the biplane dogfights).
Os the four, the last is certainly
the most interesting, though its
treatment was standard (more
later) with the dogfights occurring
too infrequently. The other three
themes were given the most super superficial
ficial superficial kind of treatment.
More simply, the movie is a
bore. Length is a problem it
simply cannot sustain enough in interest
terest interest in character between dog dogfights
fights dogfights for even the most simple simpleminded
minded simpleminded of audiences. Worse is the
lack of direction and cohesiveness.
The film attempts to give an epic
scope to the glamour and horror
of war, but the end result is
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uations situations of the movie are never put
together, the characters flounder floundering
ing floundering around in their private little
problematic worlds. The concern
over war is all pretense as to
merit being called a third-rate
"The Victors." In fact, one might
call "The Blue Max" sheer hy hypocrisy.
pocrisy. hypocrisy. One scene shows ethics
among fliers; later, these same
fliers are seen strafing hundreas
of helpless soldiers in a scene
that comes close to glorifying war.
But, of course, only in a country
which thinks nothing of dropping
anti-personnel bombs on helpless
Vietnamese villages could such
movies be mide.
Still the movie might have been
adequate if the acting had been

convincing. James Mason is fine
as a German general obsessed
with honor, but his talents are
wasted thanks to people like George
Peppard. Casting Peppard for any
lead (even Lt. Schekels) is as
silly as casting Bozo the Clown
for King Lear. Peppard Is so
clean cut and awkward in his arro arrogance
gance arrogance that he reminds one more
of a spoiled child than a man de dehumanized
humanized dehumanized by war. Ursual An Andress
dress Andress is merely a beautiful dis distraction.
traction. distraction.
Technically, the movie is
superb, but here lies another pro problem.
blem. problem. If history must be recreated,
must it be given the palidness of
a textbook? Those dogfights could
have been more interesting if they
had been treated as objects in
motion, ballet patterns rather than
machines with people possessed bj
fears and hate. After all, we marvel
at wars for their Intricacy and
strategy, for these endure rather
than the individuals that fought
them.
Summing up some of the other
theaters, the State has a fine re rerun
run rerun through Tuesday, Clouzots
Diabolique, a stunning and ter terrify!
rify! terrify! ng murder mystery which
maintains a continuous feeling of
fear and tension as great as
good Hitchcock for its mood. At
the Plaza is a western rumor
has lt, though, that they plan to
show movies again in the near
future. Speaking of the future, the
Florida plans for some potentially
exciting films in the next month
including A Man For All Seasons"
(a MUST movie regardless of how
the Academy Awards go).
Architecture
Talk Tonight
Folk architecture, the construc construction
tion construction of dwellings without the use of
architects, will be discussed to tonight
night tonight by Daniel Branch, assistant
professor of architecture here.
Speaking at 8 p.m. in Room
105-B of the Architecture and
Fine Arts Building, Branch will
explain folk architecture through
the use of illustrations of Greek
islands and Southern Italy villages.
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EASY MONEY? One girl from each
dormitory and sorority needed.
Extra Income without leaving your
residence. Excellent opporunity.
454-1577. (J-119-3t-C)
Veterans Club Meeting Weds., 7:30
p.m.,Room 218. New members in invited
vited invited to join the campus veterans
organization that won the 1966
Freedoms Foundation Honor A Award.
ward. Award. (J-118-3t-C)
lost-found
Reward: For ladies billfold stolen
in front of SAE House last week weekend.
end. weekend. Call: Mike 378-5208 (L-118-
3t-p)
LOST: Male blond cat, seven mon months
ths months old, vacinity of NW 2nd Ave.
378-2796. REWARD (L-119-3t-c)
Lost small sterling Silver Maple
Leaf Charm between Colonial Man Manor
or Manor and Infirmary. Please Call
Eve 378-1339 in P.M. (L-118-3t-c)

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, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, March 21, 1967

UF, Cats Coaches Agree:
Baseballs Byrum Great

By 808 PADECKY
Assistant Sports Editor
Many people have explained
Bruce Byrun) in many ways.
The best explanation, though,
has to go' to Florida freshman
baseball coach, P.A. Lee, always
one never to mix words.
Says Lee about Bryum, Flor Floridas
idas Floridas varsity baseball manager,
Track Meet
Set For Today
The UF track team will stage
one of the finest dual meets ever
held in Gainesville when they host
the University of Tennessee and
Southern Illinois in a double-dual
meet today at 3 p.m.
This will be the most impor important
tant important dual meet I have ever par participated
ticipated participated in as a coach, says
track coach Jimmy Carnes. One
of my biggest ambitions is to de defeat
feat defeat Tennessee.
Tennessee has won the Southeas Southeastern
tern Southeastern Conference track meet for the
last four years. The Gators have
scored more points against the
Vols in large meets, but have not
defeated them in a dual meet since
Chuck Rohe became Tennessees
coach in 1962.
Both Carnes and Rohe gained
their coaching experience at Fur Furnam
nam Furnam University.
The Vols are led by sophomore
sensation Richmond Flowers.
Flowers, a starter for the Vol
football team, is considered one
of the finest hurdlers in the coun country.
try. country.
Tennessee is blessed with plenty
of depth and has several outstand outstanding
ing outstanding individuals in every event, with
some of the finest distance runners
in the country. Every year they
place high in the NCAA cross
country meet.
They will have the edge on us
in the distance runs, but I think
we are superior in the field
events, commented Carnes.
Leading the field events for the
Gators is sophomore John Morton.
The 6-5, 240 pounder is consider considered
ed considered one of the finest discus throwers
in the country. His best throw of
189 is close to the world colle collegiate
giate collegiate record.
Florida will also pin their hopes
on Morton in the shot. In the NCAA
Indoor meet, he heaved the shot to
a new school record and a third
place finish with 5611.
In the high jump the Gators have
a strong twosome. Junior Frank
Saier has crossed the bar at 6-10
and freshman Ronny Jourdan has
recorded a leap of 6B.
Sophomore Mike Burton will lead
the Gators in the broad jump and
javelin. He has leaped 24 feet in
the broadjump and has thrown the
spear 222 feet.
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Bruce is the type of boy that if
a batter hits a ball over the left
field fence, he will run and catch
it on the fly, sprint back and be
waiting to shake the batters hand
v as he crosses home plate.
Coach Lee has always been a
source of lively copy and this was
certainly no exception. But as
far-fetched as his little story goes,
Lee describes UFs varsity base baseball
ball baseball manager to a letter, a varsity
letter that it is.
For you see, Bruce Byrum came
to UF as an All-State football
player from Beaufort, S.C. But
Byrum came to Gatorland to study
Engineering, not baseball.
But in a freshman physical edu education
cation education class with Coach Lee, By Byrum
rum Byrum volunteered to try out as a
freshman baseball manager.
Lee, never one to miss a trick,
looked young Byrum over. To make
a short story even shorter, Lee
liked what he saw.
Ive been playing or coaching
baseball since 1936, and Bruce is
the most dedicated sports par participant
ticipant participant I have ever seen, on or
off the field.
Words then pour from Coach
Lees aged lips, spitting out en enthusiastic,
thusiastic, enthusiastic, dedicated, de dependable,
pendable, dependable, etc. But the words

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are trite and overused. The praise
could tab anything from a pregnant
walrus to a ruptured water-buf water-buffalo.
falo. water-buffalo.
It all seems trite until you view
Bruce Byrum again from a differ different
ent different angle. Ask Kentuckys coach,
hell tell you about Bruce Byrum.
After the Wildcats played Flor Florida
ida Florida last year, the Kentucky mentor
went up to Byrum after the game
and said, Son, if you ever get
tired of Florida, you got a schol scholarship
arship scholarship at Lexington.
Such words of glory did not
fall on deaf ears. But Byrum
likes it here in Gainesville. He
doesnt want to leave.
Besides Coach Lee wouldnt let
him anyway.
Saturday night at 8 is the first
of Floridas tow spring football
games. This one is the Orange
and Blue sponsored by the Dollars
for Scholars.
George McCam mon, chairman of
the ticket sales, says that for the
one dollar admission at the gate,
the government will have to pay
nine.
So if that isnt a bargain end a
chance to get a clean shot at
Uncle Sam, then it may as well
be Pennies For Scholars. So come
out this Saturday night at 8 and
watch next years grid squad now.

Tennis Team Tangles
With Powerful Dogs

UFs tennis players embark on
the busiest week of their schedule
to date when they tangle with SEC
power Georgia at 2:30 p.m. today
on the home court.
Although no league standings are
riding on the match, the Gators
will be seeking a measure of re revenge.
venge. revenge. They lost twice to the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs last year, 6-3 and 7-2.
Coach Bill Potters club takes
on Tennessee Wednesday, Kala Kalamazoo

E Charles E. Rich
City Commissioner, Group 1
Protection of Residential
Neighborhoods Trough Long-Range
Land Use Planning. Pd. Pol. Adv.,

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I had a disturbing
thought.
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It 11 he years and ...
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years before the kid > ~ ,
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Thats just it
Jane and I love kids.
We want 5 or 6.
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to retirement, you can use
the cash values in your
policy for some swinging
sunset years.
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relish, pickles and
ketchup.
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mazoo Kalamazoo College Thursday, Georgia
Tech Friday, and Alabama
Saturday.
All matches are at home, and
all begin at 2:30 except for the
Saturday contest, which is an hour
earlier.
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