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The Florida Alligator

Vol. 59, No. 148

Campus Conduct Bill
Opposed By CSBP

A proposed state bill to give
campus authorities the power to
eject persons interfering with the
peaceful conduct of campus activi activities
ties activities from the university has met
strong opposition from the Council
of Student Body Presidents (CSBP),
Charles Shepherd said recently.
The bill, House Bill No. 972
sponsored by State Representative
Donald L. Tucker (D-Tallahassee),
makes it a misdemeanor for any
person not directly connected with
a state university or junior college
to interfere with the peaceful
conduct of campus activities.
It gives the chief administrative
officer or his representative the
authority to direct anyone not a
student, official or employee of the
college or required by his employ employment
ment employment to be there to leave the cam campus
pus campus grounds.
The CSBP views the bill absent
its amendments, with a great deal
of alarm, as it would go a long way
in stifling legitimate dissent on our
campuses, UF Student Body
President Charles Shepherd, CSBP
chairman, said in a letter to Re Representative
presentative Representative Elvin Martinez of
Tampa.
The discretion given to campus
officials, in the hands of over- zeal zealous
ous zealous administrators will, in the long

Pub Smashed Up
In Fight Saturday

By BILL DOUTHAT
Alligator Staff Writer
Warrants for the arrest of two
Gainesville men are in the process
of being Issued for their alleged
fight in the Pub, according to
Gainesville police.
The two brothers, John and Phil Phillip
lip Phillip Tate, will be charged with dis disorderly
orderly disorderly conduct for being involved
in a ruckus which left the Pub,
a local tavern, with a broken front
window and other damage Saturday
afternoon.
A pub Bartender said the two
men entered the Pub at about 1:30
"looking like they wanted to tear
up the place.** He said the oldest
oie ordered a draught beer and
began antagonizing a small group
of patrons. They then began pick pickrun,

By HAROLD ALDRICH
Assistant Managing Editor
Three weeks ago, six-year-old
Paul Baxter of Orlando, after
spending more than a year and a
half breathing only with the aid of
a mechanical respirator, began
breathing on his own.
Friday, Paul, happy and smiling,
left the UFs Shands Teaching
Hospital.
Paul was stricken with a respi respiratory

run, pickrun, create more strife than if no
legislation were adopted at all,
Shephzrd wrote.
Dean of Student Affairs Lester
Hale was not available for comment
on the bill.
UF Students
Get Increased
Insurance
UF students will receive in increased
creased increased benefits under a new stu student
dent student insurance plan which will take
effect in the fall.
Renegotiated with contract hold holder
er holder Georgia Life, the new policy
offers a 50 per cent or greater
increase in benefits in seven of
the nine areas of coverage. The
increase in cost is only $2.60 or
from $14.65 to $17.25 annually.
For an additional $1.40, the stu student
dent student can avail himself of cover coverage
age coverage between August 29 and Sep September
tember September 18a period for which
he wont be covered otherwise due
to conversion to the quarter sys system.
tem. system. The old policy will expire
at the time when the trimester
school year normally begins.
The new policy is the work of
Henry Mehlman, commissioner of
health, insurance and welfare in
the Student Government Cabinet.

ing up everything they couldash couldashtrays,
trays, couldashtrays, glasses and barstoolsand
started slinging them in all direc directions.
tions. directions. One stool shattered the
plate glass window and another
went through the meat case. The
bartender said some customers
left while he and another customer
tried to restrain the brothers.
During the 15-minute tiff, the
brothers shouted, "where are all
the niggers, according to the
bartender.
Gainesville Police said warrants
for their arrest, on disorderly
conduct charges, were in the pro process
cess process of being issued. They had
not been picked up by late Monday
afternoon.
Phillip Tate lives at loooSE 48th
Terrace and John gave his address
as Rt. 2, Box 226-X.

ratory respiratory disease early in 1966 as a
result of measles pneumonia. He
was unable *o breathe unaided.
The boys lungs could not ade adequatley
quatley adequatley maintain carbon dioxide
and oxygen transfer. His Orlando
physician found it necessary to
perform a tracheostomy to relieve
hi* breathing.
When the condition did not im improve,
prove, improve, Paul was sent to the UF
hospital March 5, 1966.
But young Paul took his infir infirroity

University of Florida Gainesville

ON DISCIPLINE BOARD
Student Affairs Committee
Wants More Students

By HAROLD KENNEDY
Alligator Executive Editor
The Student Affairs Committee
(SAC) last week recommended that
President J. Wayne Reitz consider
placing more students on the fac faculty
ulty faculty discipline committee and
creating another committee to ad advise
vise advise the deans of men and women
in some discipline cases, reliable
sources report.
The SAC has revised current
student discipline procedures fol following
lowing following widespread dissatisfaction
among students as pointed out by
the Pam me Brewer nudity incident
last Spring.
The SAC is a permanent admin administrative
istrative administrative committee of five stu student
dent student leaders, five faculty mem members,
bers, members, and three administrators
responsible to President Reitz.
It acted after receiving a report
from Student Body President Char Charles
les Charles Shepherds Student Rights
Commission recommending re revision
vision revision of the student code of con conduct
duct conduct and discipline procedures.
First the SAC hammered out
a new code of conduct, which gave
the UF responsibility for students
involved in campus-oriented ac activities
tivities activities but otherwise left the stu student
dent student on his own.

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Who Flubbed The Pub ?

A brawl at the Pub, a local
tavern, resulted in this broken

roity infirroity in stride. Soon after he ar arrived
rived arrived here, he became the littlest
hero to evervone who met him.
Despite spending most of his
time in bed with tubes attached to
his trachea from the respirator respiratorthe
the respiratorthe green monster Paul man managed
aged managed a constant smile.
He put a sign in his window with
large strips of white tape reading
Hi, Dad. ms father could see
the sign from far away when he
came to visit his young

Campus-oriented was defined
as on the actual campus, at UF UFsponsored
sponsored UFsponsored activites, fraternity and
sorority houses, or other housing
units for which the university is
responsible.
The code lists 13 violations for
which expulsion, suspension or
lesser penalty may result.
The vague clause outlawing in inappropriate
appropriate inappropriate or indiscriminate
conduct, of which Miss Brewer
had run afoul, has been replaced
with one making obscene con conduct
duct conduct or public profanity illegal.
The SAC sent the proposed code
to the Faculty Senate the follow following
ing following Monday, recommending the
senate adopt the code to replace
the one in the current Student
Handbook.
The SACs recommendations
concerning the faculty discipline
committee, which is responsible to
Reitz, were sent to the presidents
office.
The recommendations will not
be released to the public until
later this month when they are in j
Reitzs and the senates hands,
SAC Chairman Max Tyler, chair chairman
man chairman of the Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences, said Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday.
To release the report before

Tuesday June 20, 1967 4

plate glass window, wnen a flying
bar stool smashed through it.

Paul's father is a service station
manager in Orlando. He frequent frequently
ly frequently made the 180-mile round trip
two or three times a week to visit
Paul. s
The sign in the window Friday
read Im going home."
Pauls physicians termed his
improvement a miracle. They
attributed it to time and care.
Prior to his unexpected recove recovery,
ry, recovery, the physicians thought Paul
would need the respirator indefi indefinitely.
nitely. indefinitely.

Reitz and the senate see it would
be inappropriate, Tyler said.
Some SAC members expressed
fear that premature publication of
its recommendations might preju prejudice
dice prejudice their reception in the senate,
but some felt students had a right
to know the recommendations.
But other SAC members talked
about the recommendations. Mon Mondays
days Mondays meeting centered around four
recommendations discussed by the
SAC and put into their final form
by SAC member Charles Edwards,
Blue Key president, the Alligator
learned.
A resolution recommended that
five students and six faculty mem mem(SEE
(SEE mem(SEE SAC P. 3)
AFROTC
Graduation
The Army and Air Force ROTC
Commissioning "Graduation at the
Union Auditorium will be held 20
June 1967 at 2:00 p.ra. and not
12:00 p.m. as erroneously an announced
nounced announced in the University Ac Activities
tivities Activities calendar.
The public is Invited to attend.



Page 2

:, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, June 20,1967

TUMBLEWEEDS
S' HANP OVER FIVE \

SAC Resolutions

(FROM PAGE 1)
bers be seated on the revised dis discipline
cipline discipline committee. This dras drastically
tically drastically enlarges student represen representation
tation representation on the committee. Currently,
only two students sit on the 11
man committee; so the student studentfaculty
faculty studentfaculty ratio is reduced from 1- 5
to 5-6.
The same resolution recom recommends
mends recommends that all six faculty mem members
bers members on the committee be associ associated
ated associated with students. Thus the com committee
mittee committee would be made up of peo people
ple people who have some understanding
of student problems.
As of now Faculty members who
HC Slogans
Gators, haters, paters, laters,
Insane? No, just a small case
of sloganitus, which will soon be
spreading rapidly. With a trip to
EXPO 67 being only a part of
the first prize, its no wonder
mature college students are
willing to mumble like maniacs.
The annna.l Homecoming Slogan
contest, sponsored by the Florida
Blue Key, opened Monday and will
continue until midnight, July 21.
The winning slogan will be the cen centerpoint
terpoint centerpoint of the theme of this years
Homecoming activities.
Only entries under seven words
will be accepted. They may be
mailed to FBK, UF, Gainesville.

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serve in managerial positions and
have no dealings with students
can -be seated on the committee.
Eight members should be re required
quired required as the quorum necessary
for an official hearing, the SAC
voted. If no more than nine are
present, seven must vote for pun punitive
itive punitive action before the matter is
referred to the president; if more
than nine *are present, eight must
vote for punitive action. Other Otherwise,
wise, Otherwise, the accusations are dis dismissed.
missed. dismissed.
The SAC recommended setting
up a pool of four faculty mem members
bers members to serve as discipline com committee
mittee committee alternates for any faculty
member unable to attend a meet meeting.
ing. meeting.
The discipline committee is re required
quired required to meet within five days
after a student is formally charged
with improper conduct and a fac faculty
ulty faculty member on the committee may
be out of town on business and
unable to attend a meeting.
The term of office for faculty
members on the discipline com committee
mittee committee is three years, but alter alternates
nates alternates would only serve"one year,
according to the resolution. Re Replacements
placements Replacements for the discipline com committee
mittee committee could be chosen from the
ranks of the committee pool
one SAC suggested.
Two of the resolutions the SAC
passed were designed to keep de details
tails details about a discipline case con confidential
fidential confidential until the case is brought
before the discipline committee,
sources said.
Such information could need needlessly
lessly needlessly damage an innocent persons
reputation and prejudice the dis discipline
cipline discipline committee, one source
said.

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LIKE IT? 'y

One resolution denied discipline
committee members the privilege
of receiving allegations and infor information
mation information about the case before the
hearing.
The discipline committee is in
about the same situation as is a
jury, one SAC member explained;
it decides the accuseds guilt,or
innocence, and if the verdict is
guilty, suggests the penalty. We
sought to reduce the chance of
prejudice on the committees part
by reducing the time it has to pre prejudice
judice prejudice itself.
The other resolution excludes
students from the preparation and
transmission of material to be used
in a discipline committee hearing.
This should reduce the channels
for rumors about the case leaking
to the student body, one member
said.
The fourth resolution states that
students brought before the dis discipline
cipline discipline committee should be denied
the power to exclude students from
the hearing. With such a large per percentage
centage percentage of students on the com committee,
mittee, committee, a quorum could not be
obtained if students were excluded,
one source pointed out.
The SAC also recommended the
creation of a new committee to
advise the deans of men and wo women
men women about minor violations of the
student code, sources revealed.
This committee would suggest that
the deans handle such a case
through counseling or discipline;
that they handle the case through
their offices or refer the matter
to the discipline committee.
The sources knew little about the
details of the committee, they said.

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Brecht Fund Gets $300,000

An estimated $300,000 has been
willed to the UF Foundation, Inc.,
by the widow of the late Frederick
W. Brecht of Melbourne, whose
own will established a scholarship
fund of nearly $1 million at the
institution.
According to University offic officials,
ials, officials, Mrs. Grace P. Brecht, who
died last Dec. 9, bequeathed ap approximately
proximately approximately $300,000 to the Fred Frederick
erick Frederick W. and Grace P. Brecht
Scholarship Fund, raising the ul ultimate
timate ultimate value of the scholarship
trust to $1.2 million.
The memorial scholarship fund,
one of the largest operating in
Florida, is held in trust by the
foundation to provide scholarships
primarily for residents of Brevard
County, where the Brechts lived.
The fund was established in May,
1964, by will of the late Mr. Brecht,
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a New York pharmacist who moved
to Florida many years ago and was
active in banking, investments and
building.
President J. Wayne Reitz com commented,
mented, commented, We are deeply grateful
for the confidence both Mr. and
Mrs. Brecht have expressed in
using this university as a means
of assisting young men and women
to pursue their education.
Individual awards of up to $4,000
during a college career have been
made from the Brecht scholarship
fund. The additional funds provided
by Mrs. Brechts will allow ex expansion
pansion expansion of the fund, although the
increase in awards will not be
possible until probate of the will

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is completed in the next 12 to
18 months.
The Brecht fund requires the
foundation to use 75 per cent of
the annual income from the gift
endowment for scholarships with
25 per cent added to the endow endowment
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Page 4

AFTER 18 MONTHS

No Dean Set For Engineers

After almost a year, UF's College of Engineering
is still without an official dean.
Nattress said that no decision was forseeable in
the near future on a new dean.
There is a heavy demand for engineering deans
today/* said Natress, 11 we have to compete with 23
other schools.** Natress said UF*s low salary of offered
fered offered to a new dean is the main reason the school
is having difficulty filling the opening.
In July, 1966, Dr. Thomas L. Martin Jr. left the
UF to assume duties as dean of engineering at Sou Southern
thern Southern Methodist University.
Dr. Martin, who was dean for three years, was
responsible for the current $7 million engineering
building program andforGENESYS Graduate En Engineering

Old Ladies Are Shameless

By DON FEDERMAN
Alligator Columnist
Rene Allio*s Shameless Old
Lady* is based on a drama of Ber Bertolt
tolt Bertolt Brecht. It observes many of
the dramatic innovations and theo theories
ries theories of the German epic play playwright,
wright, playwright, but it lacks, perhaps hap happily,
pily, happily, the stance of detachment
Brecht sought in his plays.
Madame Bert, the film's protag protagonist,
onist, protagonist, embodies a Brechtian idea on
the universal woman, who leads two
lives for fulfillment. The first is
as mother and wifea role inevi inevitably
tably inevitably forced upon her which is
filled with denial, exploitation, and
restraint. The other role, its op opposite,
posite, opposite, is as a woman completely
and irresponsibly detached from
all social callings. For Madame
Bert, the second role is only real realizable
izable realizable after 70 years of life and
lived for but 18 months (short but
joyous).
Bert's second life is seen though
as a violation of the existing order.
Her children, who for so long have
exploited and given her the most
passing of attentions, involved as
they are in their own greed and
vanities, now find themselves bur burdened
dened burdened by their social conscience to
support her extravagant freedom,
which consists of several socially
unacceptable acts.
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ines examines two prominent inter-related
universal axioms of human exist existence.
ence. existence. The first is that life is
Incomplete without freedom of in individuality.
dividuality. individuality. The second is that
that freedom is only attainable by
refuting the existing social order,
which by its actions is both dehu dehumanizing
manizing dehumanizing and a denial of that free freedom.
dom. freedom.
Allio states his case in a manner
more explicit than Brecht may have
intended. Brecht had always in insisted
sisted insisted that his plays should treat
moral concerns in such away as to
let the audience make up its mind.
The Shameless Old Lady is ra rather
ther rather obvious in its progression, but
who cares. Our sympathies from
the start are with Bert. The fune funeral
ral funeral of her husband clearly reveals
her tragic social role as well as
the infamy of her children, what
with her cooking and washing for
them the day of the funeral, their
pretentious show of affection and
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gineering Engineering Education System a program for con continuing
tinuing continuing the education of the employed engineer.
When Martin left, John A. Natress was appointed
acting dean. Natress, a graduate of Drexel Univer University,
sity, University, received his M.S. from Georgia Tech.
He came to the UF as an assistant professor of
industrial engineering, received his associate pro professor
fessor professor of industrial engineering, received his as associate
sociate associate professorship in 1960, and was made as assistant
sistant assistant dean in 1963.
Natress is also on a seven member board ap appointed
pointed appointed to help select a new dean. According to the
constitution of the College of Engineering, a seven
man board is to be set up to advise the president
when ever a new dean is to be appointed.
This was eleven months ago.

about their mother's debts.
As the film progresses, the chil children
dren children go to pieces over their mo mother's
ther's mother's unreasonable spending
habits and the social bind she
forces them into. Bert though
grows more whimsical in living life
to the hilt. Her child-like sense
of discovery combined with her wo womanly
manly womanly suspicions provide the basis
for a series of hilarious incidents
(e.g. the trips to the department
stores, the rides on the escalator,
the buying of a car, the ride in the
elegant carriage, the ordering of a
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SENT TO SUPREME COURT

Wage Amendments Upheld

Amendments to the federal
Wage-Hour act affecting UF non nonacademic
academic nonacademic employeesand perhaps
student workerswere upheld as
valid and constitutional last week
by a three-judge federal district
court In Baltimore. Md.
The amendments would estab establish
lish establish minimum wages, overtime
provisons and maximum work
weeks for state workers, including
those at UF. Genrally, the amend amendments
ments amendments would extend to employees
of the state and university, schools,
hospitals, nursing homes and other
institutions the provisions of the
wage-hour act which cover most
of the nations workers.
Florida joined Maryland and 24
other states in the appeal to the
court.
All three judges agreed that the
operation of the act would be tem temporarily
porarily temporarily suspended pending a Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court decision.
Judge Harrison L. Winter of
the UJS. 4th Circuit Court of Ap Appeals
peals Appeals ruled the amendments fully
constitutional.
Chief Judge Roszel Thomsen
agreed with Winter that the mini minimum
mum minimum wage provisions are consti constitutional,
tutional, constitutional, but considered overtime
provisions may be unconstitution unconstitutional.
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written by Judge Edward Northrop
who ruled the 1966 amendments un unconstitutional.
constitutional. unconstitutional.
~ A telegram was sent Wednesday
by UF Personnel Director Robert
Button to Wage and Hour Admini Administrator
strator Administrator Clarence Lundquist in
Washington to gather clarification
on an employers position until the

Updated Loan Plan
Offered To Students

New student financial aid of officer
ficer officer Ira Douglas Turner said
yesterday that all updated guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed loan plan offers tremen tremendous
dous tremendous expansion of loan services
to all students.
Sponsored by the Florida Bank Bankers
ers Bankers Educational Foundation in co cooperation
operation cooperation with the United Student
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able available to anyone through his city
or hometown financial institution.
The key to expansion of this
program is acceptance and ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance of the program by Flor Florida
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Through the program, which has
been in operation here since late

Tuesday, June 20, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Supremem Court makes a final
ruling.
If the amendments are upheld
students will be required to keep
daily time recrods said Button.
UF employees will all benefit
if the Supreme Court upholds the
constitutionality of the minimum
wage amendments, said Button.

1966, city banks lend money to the
student through the USAF, a non nonprofit
profit nonprofit corporation which endorses
low-cost loans.
UF has affiliated Itself with
a number of banks in the state
already.
Up to SIOOO a year for under undergraduate,
graduate, undergraduate, and SISOO a year for
graduate students may be bor borrowed.
rowed. borrowed. No collateral is needed,
and no more than 6% interest
will be compounded. For a stu student
dent student whose adjusted family income
is $15,000 or less per year, the
Federal Government will pay the
interest until the first day of the
tenth month after a student leaves
school. At that time, monthly in installments
stallments installments of repayment begin.
The monthly installments are us usually
ually usually no less than $25.00, and no
more than SIOO.
Turner said that overall ex expansion
pansion expansion of the student loan pro program
gram program will be affected by avail availability
ability availability of funds, staffing of coun counselors,
selors, counselors, administrative help, and
physical space.

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' The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, June 20,1967

The Florida
'A Minify Ia Ow Raao* TvA
JIM WHITE 808 BECK
Editor Managing Editor
808 PADECKY
Sports Editor
Harold Kennedy harold aldrich
Executive Editor Assistant Managing Editor
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Goodbye, Tri
For those of you who have been
with us throughout the school year,
and for those who are joining us dur during
ing during term 111-B welcome to the tri trimester
mester trimester system's last gasp.
The trimester or trimonster, as
it has frequently been called has
been a creature of mixed blessings
to Florida collegians. For those who
could stand the pace, it meant getting
out of college faster. And for the
working student, it meant longer
summer vacations and a head start on
vital summer jobs.
But for students who had begun col college
lege college under the more leisurely se semester
mester semester system, the trimester was a
bitterly competitive grind of long
hours, aching eyes and sleepless
nights.
The generation of students who
started coUege on the trimester may
have been luckier. They attributed
the pressure to the college is that
way 99 concept, or blamed it on UF's
reputation as a hard academic school.
At any rate, after five years, the
trimester system is being scrapped
for the quarter system, coming in
September,
When the trimester began, the
school term was shortened from 17
to 14 weeks. Now, under the quarter
system, it will be shortened to 12
weeks.
Hopefully, however, since the quar quarter
ter quarter incorporates the idea of teaching
fewer courses in greater depth, the
pressure of trying to cram ten days
of education into a week will dis disappear.
appear. disappear.
Unbelievable as it may seem,
though, we've heard that some schools
and colleges on campus have convert converted
ed converted most of their trimester courses to
three quarter hours.
That means that, in order to carry
a normal load, a student may have
to register for five courses in a
quarter. And any way you slice it,
having to prepare for five three-hour
classes a week is harder than having
to prepare for three five -hour
classes.
Most schools on the quarter system
shy away from three-hour classes for
that very reason.
But not UF.
We'll try anything once, even if it
kills us.

FROM THE GATORS MOUTH

Dave Coxs 1,232 Merry Men

(Editor's note: Occasionally a column
entitled 41 From The Gator's Mouth"
issues forth from somewhere in the
Alligator newsroom. Any Alligator
editor or staffer is free to write the
column, and when it appears, only the
writer knows for sure from whence it
came.)
Gagged my way through card section
director Dave Cox's speaking out In
defense of his card section In Friday's

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Descend To Your Level

EDITOR:
At first I was tempted not even
to reply to your immature editorial
of last Friday, but because I felt
that such a ridiculous charge, if left
unanswered might be accepted as the
truth by some unsuspecting freshman,
I will descend to your level to pre present
sent present some facts instead of ignorant
opinion.
It Is very apparent that you have no
understanding of the concept of a leg legislative
islative legislative body or of the Issues Involved.
We are not a rubber stamp of the
Shepherd administration or of the Al Alligator.
ligator. Alligator.
We have the responsibility to vote
as we feel is right in view of the
facts, not how you or Mr. Shepherd
happen to see them.
And If we happen to disagree with
you and Mr. Shepherd, It doesn't mean
we all wear black hats. Maybe we
hear a different drummer, that of the
good of the entire student body, not
just yours or Mr. Shepherd's special
Interest.
From your comments on the manner
In which we conduct our party cau caucus,
cus, caucus, it Is obvious you've never been
to one. I never tell our members how
to vote. I try to present both sides
of an Issue objectively, and only then
how I perceive the Issue. That's my
responsibility as majority leader. I
always ask for questions, objections
or differing points of view, and we
have them. We do not vote as a mono monolithic
lithic monolithic block on every issue. The fact
we happened to vote the same on two
Issues out of hundreds doesn't mean
the members are "lemmings.'*
It means they agree on that vote,

Alligator. .thought for a while from
the way he was talking ("Again, the
BIG LIE is being used. .again, the
TRUTH has been twisted, distorted
and withheld from those who need to
hear it. .") that a Communist con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy or something equally insidious
was about to take over the campus.
Cox said many students, alumni,
etc. asked him to bring the REAL facts
about the card section. .wonder how
many of them sit on the 50 at football

for many differing reasons, because
they felt it was the right decision. If
you are going to condemn people for
voting together, why not attack First
Party. They voted as a block on these
two Issues as they vote straight party
on almost everything.
(SEE LEMMINGS PG 7)

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games and wave cards during halftime?
Cox seems awfully upset about one of
FOOTBALLS TRADITIONS going down
the drain. .he says we have one of the
oldest card sections going.. .ever won wondered
dered wondered why, Dave? I'll tell you. .its
because most of the other schools
scrapped their card sections for being
more trouble than they were worth. .
doesn't seem to have hurt thier foot football
ball football too much, though.
Alabama's dominance of southern
football becomes more amazing when
you consider that Bear Bryant has to
do it without the help of a card section.
Seems to me old, useless traditions
like card sections and card section di directors
rectors directors who drown out halftime enter entertainment
tainment entertainment should just sort of fade away
into the sunset.
Os course, the real villian of poor
ol* Dave's harangue against the powers
of evil is Charles Shepherd. .(watch
that feller with the gray hair, Sonny...
he's got the Devil in him. .he'll try
to tempt you down the pathways of sin
an corruption, and if you listen to him
you'll go to HELL!)
Old Charlie is pretty sneaky. .he
said the card section was stealing 1,300
prime seats from the student body, when
in actuality (Cox points out) the card
section only occupies 1,232 prime seats
. .for shame, Charlie!
Those people in the card section are
such hard workers, too. .Dave says
that as many as 130 workers per week
put in as much as 20 hours getting
ready to play with their cards on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon. .according to my
arithmetic, that works out to nine min minutes
utes minutes and 14 seconds per worker.. .hard
to see how they have the energy left
to struggle on up to their 50- yard- line
seats to watch the game.
Dave says Charlie is trying to hide
the fact that last year's card section
was the best in 20 years. .tsk, tsk
Charlie did another no-no. .funny,
though we didn't realize ole Dave
has been around watching card sections
for 20 years. .lucky he didn't wet his
diapers at one of those early games...
he might have missed a card trick.
Funny that Dave never mentions what
the card section does for the student
body. .the card tricks are a real
morale-booster to the Gator team, of
course. .maybe one of these days the
Fightin' Gators will file out of their
dressing room at halftime to watch
the show and be inspired.
Do you suppose Dave ever wonders
why students outside the card section
throw paper cups and ice at the card
section director. .could it be because
they'd rather watch the Gator Band?
Maybe we ought to let ol' Dave know
how much we appreciate what hes doing
for us. .sort of drop him a line at
Box 8, Waldo, Fla., or give him a call



Which Out For Dean Coshy

EDITOR:
Florida Dean Warns, Leave
the University Out of It read the
front page headlines in the local
news section of Mondays Tampa
Tribune. The article concerned
the reactions of Dean of Women
Betty Cosby to an ad urging local

There Goes The Human Race

FEA Discriminatory?

EDITOR:
It seems to me that the FEA
held off Its sanctions until the
state teachers had their contracts
already signed for next year. Now
that their contracts are signed,
they are discriminating against
graduating students. The FEA is
also discriminating against free
Americans who might want to come
to Florida to teach.
I'm for the teachers getting bet better
ter better salaries and the schools being
adequate, but I know this stink the
FEA is raising could have been
done under any governor. It ap appears
pears appears to be a movement against a
Republican one.
I voted for High all the way down
the line but the majority of the
people voted for Kirk and his plat platform
form platform of no higher taxes. Now the
people should back up their vote
by supporting the Governor. I
would judge that the leadership of
the FEA is composed of demo democrats.
crats. democrats.
What kind of citizens are people
who vote for a party rather than a
man? Any thinking person who
isn't led by the nose is aware that
one party is not always the better
one. Free people, if they have any

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coeds to become Playboy Club
bunnies.
I suppose there are girls at
the university who will do some something
thing something like this or worse, she was
quoted as saying, apparently as associating
sociating associating such actions with dope
selling, prostitution, and similar

sense, should vote for a man and
his platform. Since most of Flor Florida
ida Florida voted for Kirk I think he should
be given an honest chance to work
for this state and not be hampered
by sanctions from uncooperative
organizations.
The FEA is trying to discourage
new business from coming to Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Business means bread and
butter on the table for all Florid Floridians,
ians, Floridians, whether they be Democratic
or Republican. Seems to me that
the FEA is putting stumbling blocks
in Floridas progress.
Some of the things that FEA is
wanting they have been wanting
for years, but now the time is
ripe. Now they have a Republican
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activities. She further stated that
the *official university position
would be to take administrative
action against those students who
deliberately invoked the UFs
name in their activities even
when not formally enrolled.
Dean Cosby was obviously anx anxious
ious anxious to use this policy to justi justify
fy justify her action in the Pam me Brew Brewer
er Brewer hearings, If a girl appears on
a centerfold without any clothes on
and identifies herself with the
University of Florida, we must take
notice of it. She forces us to.
Although any reply I make to the
irresponsible comments made in
this article (it has to be read in
full to be truly appreciated) might
be considered to be to no avail,
I wish qur illustrious Dean of
Women to realize that at least one
student is aware of her actions.
As far as the public is con concerned
cerned concerned and as far as I am con concerned,
cerned, concerned, the University of Flor Florida
ida Florida is NOT a synonym for the
administration. If someone
identifies herself with the Uni University
versity University of Florida, she is ack acknowledging
nowledging acknowledging her membership in the
academic community (i.e.students
and faculty), and when the day
comes when WE wish to deny to
a student or teacher the right to
participate in activities you have
described, WE will let you know;
although it will be a cold day in a
very warm place before we do.
The injection of the personal
morals of the Dean of Women, or
any other adminstrator, into the
academic community will not be
tolerated.
If Dean Cosby wishes to per personally
sonally personally chastise persons for their
private actions, by all means let
her do so, but to do so in the name
of the University of Florida is
a gross misinterpretation.
It is certainly true that students
are cognizant of the need for cer certain
tain certain regulations in regard to cam campus
pus campus activities, as is evident by the
actions of those students who are
presently working with the admini administration
stration administration in such matters.
We also recognize, however, the
absurdity of an individual admini administrator
strator administrator interpreting these regula regulations
tions regulations entirely according to his or
her personal preferences.
In the article, Dean Cosby also
states that they (students who
identify with the University in their
outside activities) had better watch
out for Dean Betty Cosby, and this
applies to males as well as fe females.
males. females. Although I normally react
rather negatively to such threats,
the advice is excellent. All of us
would do well to watch out for
Dean Betty Cosby in the future.
Lou Tally, 2 UC

(FROM PG. 6)
Ah! But that's the catch, isnt
it? The reason for your double
standard is that First Party is
Mr. Shepherds Party, and Mr.
Shepherd is the embodiment of all
that is. good, true, and rightious.
It seems the Alligator has, again
this term, become Mr. Shepherds
mouth piece. Better known as the
Shepherd Poop sheet, youve put
on your white (no pun intended)
armor and are tilting at windmills
again. Youll never concede that
someone who disagrees with you
might have an honest difference
of opinion and not some sinister
political motive. You know, you
just might be wrong sometime. God
forbid!
I regret that Im not priviledged
to take you out for beers regu regularly,
larly, regularly, as Mr. Shepherd does, in
order to grease reason in into
to into your little minds.
I regret I dont have the pres prestige
tige prestige of high office, as Mr. Shep Shepherd
herd Shepherd does, to flatter your inflated
egos into seeing my reason.
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Not Lemmings

But then I thought facts speak for
themselves.
In short I will never ingratiate
my way into your graces or
bribe you with offers of higher
saleries and independence to help
you understand my reason bet better.
ter. better. I will always look out for the
interest of the students first, and
then only my party, and (pain (painfully
fully (painfully I know for you) then the
Alligator, instead of the reverse,
as I know you would like.
Before there is any more dis discussion
cussion discussion of independence of the
Alligator, I think there should be
a great deal more discussion of
responsibility by the Alligator.
Very sincerely yours,
GREG JOHNSON
Majority Leader of the
Legislative Council
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$2.5 million structure is planned
to be finished late next summer,

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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

I for sale |
BUY AT COST PLUS 10%.
Air conditioners (All sizes).ln sizes).lncluding
cluding sizes).lncluding perfect fits for Diamond,
Schuht, and Corry Villlages. Over
400 satisfied students. Local com company,
pany, company, local service. Sudden Service
Fuel Oil Co. 907 SW 3rd St
376-4404. (A-136-ts-C)
TOO HOT! Air-conditioners all
sizes; Cost plus 10%; Call 372-
0714. Russ Piker Heating and Air Airconditioning.
conditioning. Airconditioning. (A-139-ts-C)
+ .. ...
HELMETS will be required for all
cyclists under new Fla. Law.
$11.95 and $14.95 now on sale
for SIO.OO with this ad while they
last. Sportsman Cycle Center. 819
W. Univ. Ave. (A-144-st-C)
FOR SALE: 10*x50* MOBILE
HOME, 2 bedrooms, bright, per perfect
fect perfect for young family; contact af after
ter after 3 p.m. 378-6139. (A-145-6t-C)
GRETSCH GUITAR AND GIBSON
AMPLIFIER. MUST SELL! Phone
372-1280 days or 372-2710 after
5 p.m. (A-148-Bt-C)
FOR SALEONE BABY CRIB AND
MATTRESS, STROLLER, good buy
call 372-1968. (A-148-lt-C)
GUITAR AND AMP. (Reverb) both
Gibson, $125. HONDA 300 cc. de dependable
pendable dependable $175, Call 372-3932 or
378-2381 Yon Hall 217. (A-148-
3t-C)
_
YORKSHIRE TERRIERS ONLY
the pick of the litter remains, 3
month old female. This Prestig-*
ious dog shown after 6 p.m. by
appointment. Phone 376-6470. (A (A---147-st-c)
--147-st-c) (A---147-st-c)
1963 MOBILE HOME, LIBERTY,
two bedroom, 1 >l/2 bath, excellent
condition, central heating. $4,000
can be financed. Call Manager of
Progress Mobile Homes. 462-
9660. (A-147-st-c)
SIAMESE KITTENS, HEALTHY,
playful and litter trained. Have had,
shots and been wormed. S2O. 378-
3384. (A-147-st-c)
10 BY 45 FOOT MOBILE HOME HOME-1962,
-1962, HOME-1962, two bedroom, carpeted front
kitchen, light wood paneling. $53
per month plus part of owners
equity. 376-9596 after 6 p.m.
(A-147-ts-c)
DOBERMAN PUPS, AKC, CHAM P Pioned
ioned Pioned sired, males only, SIOO.
Phone 481-2480 or 481-2362. (A (A---147-3t-c)
--147-3t-c) (A---147-3t-c)
FOR SALE: MERCURY 45, 14
ft. boat, trailer, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, accessories, S6OO 376-
4107 See at 2110 NW 55th St.
(A-148-lt-C)
"MOBILE HOME FOR SALE, 50*
by 10* two bedroom. Phone 376-
0044 after 5:30 or on weekends.
(A-139-ts-C)
AIK CONDITIONER. Emerson
Qujet Cool, 17,500 BTU, l yrs.
Moving June 30, phone 376-0953.
(A-148-2t-C)

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, BMW R 69 MOTORCYCLE (600 CC).
Like new condition. Must see to
appreciate. Call 376-4179 after
5 p.m. for appointment. (A-148-
afaja
HIDE A BED, Southern Cross,
like new inner spring mattress,
excellent. Was $230, S7O. Moving
June 30. Phone 376-0953. (A-148-
2t-C)
45 CALIBER COLT AUTOMATIC,
excellent condition. Two extra
magazines, 50 rounds amunition,
S6O. Phone 378-6992. (A-148-
4t-C)
for rent
2-BEDROOM FURNISHED APT.
for quiet married couple. SBO/mo.
Phone 376-3811. 725 NE Ist St.
(B-142-ts-C)
AVAILABLE FOR B-TERM B-TERMcomfortable
comfortable B-TERMcomfortable and convenient suite
of rooms for two people. Across
from campus. Also efficiency
apartment. Apply 321 SW 13th St.
(B-148-lt-C)
*-
SUBLEASE ONE BEDROOM FUR FURNISHED
NISHED FURNISHED APARTMENT AT LAND LANDMARK
MARK LANDMARK for July 1. Phone 372-
1258. (B-148-2t-C)
HAS YOUR LEASE RUN OUT OR
HAS YOUR ROOMMATE GRAD GRADUATED?
UATED? GRADUATED? College Terrace Studio
Apts, by day, week or month.
S4O per month rent B-Term. Phone
378-2221. (B-146-2t-C)
AIR CONDITIONED APARTMENT,
three blocks from campus. SSO
per month including all utilities but
gas for cooking. 372-8840 or 378-
3291. (B-147-ts-c)

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for rent |
ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED
APARTMENT in Colonial Manor
available for July and August (pos (possibly
sibly (possibly the Fall also). Features air
conditioning, free use of pool,
carpeting, disposal. One block
from campus. Normally sllO a
monthnow ONLY S9O. Call 378-
2193 for more informajfon. (B (B---146-3t-NC)
--146-3t-NC) (B---146-3t-NC)
AIR CONDITIONED APART APARTments,
ments, APARTments, three blocks from campus.
1, 2 and 3 bedroom for the fall.
$77.50 to $l2O per month. Call
372-8840 or 378-3291. (B-147-
ts-c)
MOTEL TYPE APTS, near Gator
Groomer. Air conditioners, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, ground floor, private
entrance, furnished. Rent $32.50/
mo. Also furnished duplex. 376-
6494. (B-146-2t-C)

MODERN FURNISHED, AIR CON CONDITIONED
DITIONED CONDITIONED DUPLEX, carport,
storage, enclosed patio. See and
reserve now for July 1, sllO
for 2, $125 for 3; 3220 N. W.
21st St. 376-0894. (B-143-2t-C)
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WHY LIVE IN A TRAFFIC JAM?
Walk to classes and be relieved
of your parking problem. Fully
furnished, spacious one bedroom
apartment, air condition, gas heat,
fully equipped kitchen including
washing machine. Call 372-3357
or 376-2818. (B-142-lOt-C)
FURNISHED APARTMENTS, air
conditioned, one bedroom near
campus. 326 1/2 N. W. 14th St.
and 1617 N. W. 3rd Place, SBB
per month and $95 per month.
Call 376-5190. (B-145-ts-C)

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NO RESERVED SEATS
James Michener's novel reaches the screen
THE MIRISCH CORPORATION PRESENTS 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
JULIE ANDREWS sl so
MAX VON SYDOW
RICHARD HARRIS 1 p m

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for rent
COLLEGE TERRACE STUDIO
Apartments for two. By day, week
or month. Roommates available
S4O per month rent per person for
B Terjro.-.378-2221, (B-147-st-c)
FOR SUBLEASE, MODERN ONE
bedroom air conditioned apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two blocks from campus, s9sj
per month. Phone 376-0723. (B (B---147-3t-c)
--147-3t-c) (B---147-3t-c)
SUBLEASE B TERM LANDMARK
Apartment, One bedroom on pool,
please call any time 378-5446 or
372-6535. (B-147-2t-c)



GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

wanted
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED TO
share large house. $35/mo. uni unities
ties unities included. One block from cam campus.
pus. campus. Call 378-4790. (C-147-2t-c)
FRENCH QUARTER APT. 106,
roommate wanted, on pool with TV,
Stereo, surf boards. 378-4694.
(C-147-2t-c)
WANTED FEMALE ROOMMATE
for B term. Spacious one bedroom
aprtment, recently remodeled, air
conditioned, all wood paneling, am ample
ple ample storage. 3 minute walk from
campus. June rent paid. $45 per
month plus utilities. (C-147-2t-c)
WANTED TO BUY MAN AND
womans bicycle both in good condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone 376-0723. (C-147-
3t-c)
ONE MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED
to share three bedroom house
with two others. Two blocks from
campus. S3O per month. Call 378-
3170. (C-148-lt-P)
TWO ROOMMATES NEEDED FOR
FREDERICKS GARDENS APART APARTMENTS.
MENTS. APARTMENTS. #74, air conditioned, pool,
$38.75 per month. Call 378-5032.
(C-148-2t-C)
ROMMATE TO SHARE ONE BED BEDROOM
ROOM BEDROOM APARTMENT, sen senior
ior senior or graduate student. Air con conditioned
ditioned conditioned and pool. Phone 378-4585.
(C-148-2t-C)
WANTED ONE FEMALE ROOM ROOMMATE
MATE ROOMMATE to share apt. with three
' girls B-Term. Village Park. Phone
372-1625. (C-145-st-P)
WANT TO BUY WOMAN'S BI BICYCLE
CYCLE BICYCLE in good condition. Have
one?? Call 378-4600 8 a.m. to
9 p.m. (C-146-3t-C)
RIDERS TO NEW YORK AND
POINTS INBETWEEN. Share ex expenses.
penses. expenses. Leaving July 1. Return
July 15. 376-3211 Ex 5285 or
378-5028. (C-148-3t-C)

MALE ROOMMATE TO SHARE
SUMMIT HOUSE APT. WITH
THREE. 2-Bedroom, air condi conditioned,
tioned, conditioned, pool. Only S4O/mo. Call
376-8133 or go to apt. E-2. (C (C---144-3t-NC)
--144-3t-NC) (C---144-3t-NC)
help wanted
NEED SEVERAL STUDENTS TO
SELL NEWSWEEK DURING B BTERM.
TERM. BTERM. High Commission and
weekly bonus. Ask Tor Skip at
376-6158 after 5 p.m. (E-148-
2t-C)
LISTENERS WANTEDWiII pay
$2.00 for 1 hour listening session.
Must have good hearing and be
native English speaker. Please
call Miss White Ext. 2307 for
appointment. (E-148-2t-C)
4 TO 6 YOUND MEN OR WOMEN
TO WORK 2 TO 3 HOURS PER
DAY. Good pay, must be neat,
have desire to make money. If
interested contact Charles 372-
4451 between 4-6 p.m; Tuesday
thru Thurs. (E-148-ft-C)
JERRY'S RESTAURANT HAS IM IMmediate
mediate IMmediate opening for full or part
time WAITRESSES that have high
morals and need >a good job. Good
pay, excellent tips plus other bene benefits.
fits. benefits. Apply in person only 1505 NW
13th Street. (E-147-2t-c)

help wanted

REGISTERED NURSES, 11-7 shift,
$450/mo., paid vacations, sick
leave and holidays. State retire retirement
ment retirement program and other fringe
benefits. Contact Personnel Di Director
rector Director or Director ofNursingSer ofNursingService.
vice. ofNursingService. Alachua General Hospital,
912 SW 4th Ave. 372-4321. (E (E---_l4O-Bt-C)
--_l4O-Bt-C) (E---_l4O-Bt-C)
ONE MALE TO COOK FROM 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. Uniform and lunch
furnished, inquire Jerry's South.
See Manager. (E-148-lOt-C)
PART TIME LATE AFTERNOON
AND EVENING WORK. Good com commission,
mission, commission, must have VW Bus or
similar vehicle. Contact Ray Welch
376-6943. (E-146-st-C)
j \
i autos
1962 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE
STATION WAGON. White, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, low mileage, SBOO
can be financed. 372-1565. (G (G---148-2t-C)
--148-2t-C) (G---148-2t-C)
*
1958 PLYMOUTH STATION WA WAGON,
GON, WAGON, runs good, need battery,
Worth more but will take $95.
372-3502. (G-144-st-C)
MERCEDES BENZ-1959 MODEL MODEL-190
-190 MODEL-190 Sedan Gas Model-Good condi condition
tion- condition S4OO- Contact E.R. Wheaton-
Broward Hall-Leave Message at
desk. (G- 147-2 t-c)
i
1960 CORVAIR, 6 CYL., TWO |
door, grey, $350.00 or best offer.
Radio and heater, stick. Phone
376-9596 after 6 p.m. (G-147-ts-c)
real estate
A BACHELORS PARADISEa pent
house in the treeslovely view
overlooking University Parkon
quiet dead end. Lots of cypress
paneling to hang paintings--room
for a big concert grandunder
skylighttwo large bedrooms and
study, two baths, family room plus
living room with screen porch
overlooking park. 372-0328 after
5:15 p.m. (I-145-4t-C)
SPACIOUS AND LUXURIOUS 3 &
4 BEDROOM FACULTY HOMES.
16 blocks to university, close to
schools and shopping, hilly wooded
lot. Rent until closing. Only SI,OOO
down. Call now 372-1551. (1-144-
ts-C)
WALK TO CLASS. 323 N.W. 14tn
St. Easy terms. Students qulalfy.
4-bedroom, 1 bath furnished house,
fireplace, shade trees, garage.
$14,500 by owner. 376-8565. (I (I---142rtf-0
--142rtf-0 (I---142rtf-0
0
ARCHITECT DESIGNED CON CONCRETE
CRETE CONCRETE BLOCK AND REDWOOD
HOUSE built around 20* by 20*
interior patio with fountain. Three
bedroom, two baths, study, dining
and utility room, carport with
storage, built in 18 foot sofa and
cabinets. Spacious lot 120' by 147'
in very quiet neighborhood. Listed
at $28,000 but will accept best
offer. Owner is professor, now
living in north. 507 SW 43 Ter Terrace.
race. Terrace. Phone 378-5260. (1-148-
2t-C)

Tuesday, June 20, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

personal
ROMANCE BLOOMS around
Toby's cage at Gator Groomer
Laundry and Social Center. Drop
by and visit our handsome new
JBarber shop and have coffee on
%
us. Free vibrator reducing treat treatment.
ment. treatment. Yes, the Groomer is the
In Spot to win friends and influ influence
ence influence people. (J-139-ts-C)

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We're leaders in this field because of our readership, which is concen concentrated,
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lost-found j
LOST: 4 1/2 MO. OLD PUP, 1/2
BEAGLE. White with black spots
and brown trim around head. Call
378-6341 after 5 p.m. (L-148-
3t-P)
services
STARCHING AND IRONING DONE
reasonable. 376-2052. (M-147-
st-c)

services
- -
IN A HURRY? Passport Identi Identification;
fication; Identification; application photographs.
Westley Roosevelt Studio, 909 N.
W. 6th St Call 372-0300. (M (M---142-ts-C)
--142-ts-C) (M---142-ts-C)
INTERSTATE MOBILE HOME
SERVICE. Catering to college sti>-
dents. Browns Trailer Park, Ar Archer
cher Archer Road. 376-8003, Reasonable
prices. Under New Management
(M-141-tfk)



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, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, June 20,1967

and

ADDRESS ALL CAMPUS CALENDAR
NOTICES TO PUBLIC FUNCTIONS
OFFICE, FLORIDA UNION

ATTENTION NEW AND PART PARTTIME
TIME PARTTIME STUDENTS: Photographs
for identification cards will be
taken Thursday, June 22, in Flor Florida
ida Florida Gymnasium, 8:30 a.ra.- 12 noon
and 1:30- 5 p.m. This is the only
date set for making ID photos dur during
ing during Term B. All new students and
all part-time students please re report
port report to the Gym and bring fees
paid cards.
PAINTING FOR FUN: Classes
in oil painting conducted by Mr.
Bruce Smith, will be held Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings in Room 118 of the
Union beginning June 22. Pre Preregister
register Preregister in Room 310 of the Union
or call Ext. 2741 for informa information.
tion. information. There is a $6.00 fee for six
lessons.
UNION TRIPS: Trip to Mexico
City, Acapulco and Taxco Aug.
12-21, sponsored by the J. Wayne
Reitz Union. For information, call
Ext 2741.
Off campus married students
seeking enrollment of their child in
the Summer Recreational Program
for Married Students, should call
the office of the Secretary of Mar Married
ried Married Student Affairs Monday to Fri Friday,
day, Friday, 3 to 5 p.m., at 376-3261,
Ext 2545.

SL, NEED A DIFFER ENT CAR? mu.
Rotes V\ CONTACT MRS. LOUISE HINTON TREASURER Auto Loans
2L 1| GAINESVILLE FLORIDA CAMPUS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION *
MV PROGRAM OF I'
THRIFT, CREDIT, SFRVKF^^m IXasIBP*'

Administrative Notices

STUDENT JOB: Laboratory as assistant
sistant assistant needed for chemical re research.
search. research. Contact Dr. S. S. Block,
405 Reed Lab, or call Ext. 2512.
Students qualified for the work workstudy
study workstudy program preferred.

UF LIBRARIES SCHEDULE
Spring Trimester, 1967-11 IB
Monday-Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
College Library* 8-11 8 -n B n
Research Library 8-11 8 -n B n f
P.K.Y. Library of Florida Histo History
ry History (4th Floor) 8:30-5 8:30-5 8:30-12N Closed
Special Collections (sth Floor) 8:30-5 8:30-5 8:30-12N Closed
Hume Library (Agriculture)** 8-10 8-io 8-5 jq
Architecture & Fine Arts Library 8-5 > 17-10 8-5,7-10 8-12 N 6 ~ 10
Teaching Resources Center
Office- Room 411 8-5 8 -5 Closed Closed
Record Room Room 412*** 8-10 8-10 8-10 2 -10
Chemistry Library 8-5, 7-10 8-5, 7-10 9-12, 1-4 n 1n
Education Library 7:30-10:30 7:30-5 8 5 2-10-30
Engineering & Physics Library B_s 7-10 8-5, 7-10 9-12, 1-4 ?> 5 7 in
Health & Phys. Ed. R. R. 8-5,6-10 8-5 B .i 2 n 7110
Health Center Library 8:30-12M 8:30-12M 8:30-5 2-12 M
Journalism & Communications
R R 8- 7 lo 8-5 8-12 N Closed
Law Library 8-11 8-11 8 -ll 8-30-11
PJC.Y. Lab School Library 8:15-12:30 8:15-12:30 Closed Closed
R T le Reserve Reading Book ** The Reading room in the Hume *** The Record Room will be
1 f w open M a sturf y 11411 on Library will be open as a study closed from 5-6 on Thursday
Sunday through Friday nights from hall Sunday through Fruday nights nights. y
11-12 from 10-11.
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BLUE] BULLETIN

Campus Calendar

Tuesday, June 20
Army and Air Force ROTC: Com Commissioning/graduation,
missioning/graduation, Commissioning/graduation, Union
Aud., noon.
Bent Card Coffee House: Aud Auditions,
itions, Auditions, 1826 W. Univ. Ave., 8
p.m. every Tuesday. Talent
wanted, come by or call Bob,
372-9663.

GRADUATE RECORD EXAMIN EXAMINATION:
ATION: EXAMINATION: Tuesday, June 20 is the
deadline date for filing aj^lication
for the GRE to be given on Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, July 8, 1967. All appli applications
cations applications must reach Princeton, New
Jersey, on or before June 20.

ADDRESS ALL ADMINISTRATIVE NOTICES AND GENERAL
i NOTICES TO DIVISION OF INFORMATIONAL SERVICES

Thursday, June 22
J. W. Norman Lecture: Dr. Max Maxine
ine Maxine Greene, Norman Aud., 1:45
p.m.
Painting for Fun: 118 Union, 7:15
p.m.

SCHOLARSHIP/LOANS: The
Florida Bankers Educational
' Foundation is accepting applica applications
tions applications for scholarship/loans to be
awarded in July, 1967. These
scholarship/loans are available to
residents of Florida who are ma majoring

joring majoring in banking and finance, and
expect to pursue a career in com commercial
mercial commercial banking. Further infor information
mation information and applications are avail available
able available in the office of the Depart Department
ment Department of Finance and Insurance,
Room 204, Matherly Hall.

Sunday
2-11
2-11
Closed
Closed
7-10
6-10
Closed
2-10
2-5, 7-10
2-10:30
2-5, 7-10
7-10
2-12 M
Closed
8:30-11
Closed



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Welcome Students
SPECIAL PRICES ON APPROVED & RECAJjRED GYM CLOTHES
SHOES, by Convene, Keds, Beacon Falls
SWEATSHIRTS, Gator Stencilled wt
SHOES, by Converse, Keds, Beacon Falls
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TENNIS SHORTS for Men COMPLETE LINE OF GOLF
TENNIS SKIRTS for Ladies EQUIPMENT CLUBS BY
TENNIS RACKETS Restringing MacGregor Volt
Service Northwestern
Ne Invite You to Visit North Central Florida's Most Complete Sporting Goods Store
JIMMIE HUGHES SPORTIHG GOODS
One Block East of Campos Hl3 W. Univ. Ave.

SAYS NOT EFFECTIVE

New Code Questioned

The effectiveness of the honor code will be chal challenged
lenged challenged if the judiciary section of proposed draft of
the student body constitution calling for public trial
is unchanged, according to Chief Defense Counsel
Barry B. Kempson.
The honor codes effectiveness Is based upon the
idea that students will turn in violators.
Though these students may be called to testify
in court, Kempson said, the prospect of public ack acknowledgement
nowledgement acknowledgement may stop students from participat participating
ing participating in the honor system in this fashion.
Kempson thinks the right of a public trial should
be the choice of the defendant, not a mandatory re requirement
quirement requirement under the constitution.
Section HI on Judiciary of the proposed draft
allows honor court access to students personal re recrods
crods recrods from the dean of men, dean of women and
registrars office to aid honor court in more ef effectively
fectively effectively hearing the case.
It places no limitations on the chancellors
use of such records and violates students rights
to privacy. Under the present constitution honor
court may obtain such records only after a waiver
has been signed by the defendant and Kempson
+ Mnks this is in the best interest of students.
The new draft further states that information
thus gained will be held in confidence.

Med Students Graduate

Fifty-nine medical students of
the UFs College of Medicine re received
ceived received M.D. degrees at commence commencement
ment commencement ceremonies Sunday.
This years graduates will bring
to 364 the total number of new
physicians educated in the College
of Medicine since it opened in 1956.
The new physicians will go di directly
rectly directly into internships in hospitals
in 29 cities in the United States
and in Montreal, Canada, where

one University medical graduate
will intern.
Graduates are:
Duke Scott, Roger Hall, John
Walton, John Edmunds Jr., John
Hendrix, Paul Clayton, Dudley
Goulden HI, RosilieOsterbind, Da David
vid David Powers, David Burnsed, Ron Ronald
ald Ronald Fischer, George Cravey Jr.,
Robert Greenberg, Paul Hoffman,
Kay Gilmour, and Maxine Moody.
Robert Rhoades, Victor Schnei Schneider,
der, Schneider, John Shippey Jr., James Tho Thomas,
mas, Thomas, Kenneth Lasseter, Barney
Barron, Lee Purcell, John Per Perchalski,
chalski, Perchalski, Michael Koehn, Joe Levi,
Francis Mcride, Martin Roth

Best Architecture Designs
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This Is impossible,*' Kempson argues, if
honor court trials are to be made public as the
proposed draft also calls for."
A proposed extension from 45 to 60 school
days of the length of time following offense in which
student may be formally charged would violate the
students right ot a fair and speedy trial, Kempsor
said.
This provision would permit a student to be
charged, for an offense committed during finals
in December, after completion of another full
quarter. This violates the due process of law and
subjects the student to unnecessary delay.
Under the proposed constitution, expulsion from
the university is listed as a penalty without any
qualifying factors. Kempson says the present
constitution calls for expulsion only under ex extraordinary
traordinary extraordinary circumstances."
Though vague, I think the student deserves at
least this degree of protection where such a severe
penalty is involved," Kempson said.
This proposed constitution was recently vetoed
by Student Body President Charles Shepherd.
However, Kempson is hopeful that the proposed
judiciary section as it is now written will not be
incorporated into a reworked draft.

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Kreps.
Mercer McClure, Ellen Mosko Moskowitz,
witz, Moskowitz, Paschal McLaurin, Charles
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nard Bernard Simbari, Russell D. Slmbari,
Ronlca Kluge, Kenneth Safko, Pat Patrick
rick Patrick Lawrence, William Malzone,
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Ray Columbaro, John Baxt,
James O'Leary, Burton Marsh,
Marcia Schmidt, William Colvin,
Edward Gotti, Terrell Bounds Jr.,
Donald Campbell, Stephen Vogel
and Michael Peskin.

(FAAIA), is now on display in the
University Art Gallery.
The winning exhibit is but one of
many contributions representing
the best in Florida architecture in
1966 presently on display.
It will run until July 2.
The University Gallery is open
daily, 10 a. m. to 5 p.m. On Sunday
hours are from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The gallery is closed on Mondays
and holidays.

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Page 14

, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, June 20,1967

Padecky
_ SPORTS EDITOR

How often have Floridas students ever thought about viewing their
football games at night? Probably many times.
Most students would like to see UF take on its opponents in the
cool of the night rather than in the torrid heat of the day.
But what does head coach Ray Graves think of the idea?
We have been thinking for quite a while about playing some of
our games at night, says Graves. But because mainly of two
reasons, well probably continue to still play our games on Saturday
afternoon than Saturday night.
Graves first reason is that the Florida Highway Patrol has re requested
quested requested the games be held in the afternoon. Since Florida draws
many of its fans from a 100-t O-150 mile radius around Gainesville,
the Highway Patrol feels that for safetys sake, it would be better to
get them home during the day rather than the middle of the night.
Another fact Graves believes just as important to consider is
psychology.
Many of the teams that we play hear all about the states hot
weather. Some games, like with Northwestern last year, the heat
simply wore the opposition down.
When other teams hear about this, it psyches them out. And for
that reason, along with the home field edge, playing in the heat of
the day is more advantageous than playing at night, says Graves.
I also dont think that the city has enough establishments to sup support
port support a population a whole day for a game say, as big as Florida
State, adds Graves.
But Graves definitely has not ruled out the possibility.
We have not closed the door on the situation, says Graves,
and its possible in the near future that we may schedule a non nonconference
conference nonconference game under the lights.
FLORIDA HAS A POLLYANNA
Dave Cox ha* got to be the Pollyanna of Florida.
Cox, Director of the infamous card section, points to many
as undry reasons why the card section should be kept for halftime
spirit at UFs fottball games.
One if that it promotes school spirit.
But at halftime?
Halftime is the break in the game. A time when fans, as well as
players, get a'break. And in Gainesvilles torrid autumn tempera temperatures,
tures, temperatures, this break is oftentimes needed.
If the cheers and the rah-rah are for the football team, then the
players should be present to receive it.
But from under the stands? The Gator gridmen can hardly ap appreciate
preciate appreciate the rah-rah. They have all they can do just listening to
Ray Graves and his coaching staff preparing the second-half
strategy.
Teaching Gallery Exhibits
'Miserere et Grierre

The Department of Arts Teach Teaching
ing Teaching Gallery has on display during
the month of June the etching ser series
ies series by George Rouault entitled
Miserere et Grierre.
This collection is on loan to the
Gallery from the collection of Dr.
and Mrs. David P. Wollowick of
Sarasota. *
Commissioned by Ambroise
Vollard in 1916 to produce the il illustrations
lustrations illustrations for a book by Andre
Suares, Rouault worked for nine
years and produced 56 of a planned
100 plates.
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down in history as a major ac accoroplishment

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that the book was never published.
The themes of these prints are
eternal since they deal with the
conflict and woes of man and were
created during the periods from
1916 to 1918 and 1920 to 1927,
The University Gallery is open
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday
thru Saturday and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday and is closed on Monday.
Also during June the University
Gallery has on display an exhi exhibition
bition exhibition of contemporary architect architecture
ure architecture presented by the Department
of Architecture.

UFs Coffee House
Makes It Into Black

The Bent Card, Gainesvilles
lone coffee house, is finally sol solvent
vent solvent on its second anniversary
after a three week struggle with
falling attendance, according to
proprietor Robert P. Souvorin.
Located in the Lutheran Center
on University Avenue across from
the campus, the Bent Card is a
non-profit organization serving
exotic coffee with live folk music
for entertainment.
The coffee house was founded
two years ago today by the Lutheran
Center. It is open on Friday and
Saturday nights and depends almost
exclusively on UF students for
attendance.
By the end of the first three
weeks of summer we had lost
SSO-55, Souvorin said. Some
of this was a debt left from the
end of the Spring semester.
Attendance had fallen to 15 sev several
eral several weeks ago although the house
seats 60 and has had up to 125
on a single night, Souvorin pointed
out. The only money came from
the sale of 25 cent coffee and soft
drinks which was used to cover
costs.
As part of Bent Card policy,
there is no obligation to pay nor
is account made of the number of
drinks sold. Money is dropped in
a bucket near the exit.
Souvorin announced to regulars
in attendance three weeks ago that
the house was failing and it might
close.
We decided to charge a 50
cent admission and lower the price
of drinks to 15 cents, he said.
We also put somebody by the
bucket where students pay, al although
though although there is still no obligation
to pay.
Attendance was up to 40 last
Friday night but Souvorin indi indicated
cated indicated costs would be covered by
admission if as few as 15 appeared.
We are finally solvent, he de declared.
clared. declared.
Entertainers are paid in drinks
as before, he said. There are
no salaries and the only costs
are the free pretzels, broken cups
and the ingredients for the drinks.
The building is donated free
along with utilities by the Luth Lutheran
eran Lutheran Center, he said.
Souvorin indicated the coffee
house would remain open as long
as there is a need but he could
forsee changes in the future.
We may not be around in the
fall if coffee houses are no longer
used by UF students. It was formed
as an experiment and remains
as versatile as the people in involved,
volved, involved, he said.
The bearded senior art major
said he would like it to become
more of a center for debate to
give air to both dissenting and con conventional
ventional conventional voices.
Im hopeful it is here in the
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NCAA Bound

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Editor
SHAWNEE-ON-DELE WARE
Pa. Floridas golf team is with without
out without last years NCAA champ Bob
Murphy but Gator coach Buster
Bishop just as optimistic for a
good showing in the NCAA champ championships
ionships championships this week here.
UF does not start competition
as a team until Wednesday; but
the Gators arrived here Sunday
afternoon to acquaint themselves
with the course.
Steve Melynk, however, will re represent
present represent Florida in the East-West
All Star match today. There will
be 10 members on both squads
in the All-Star fray.
Although Melnyk was chosen
from the five Gators that will
r>
make the trip, Bishop doesnt feel
that Melnyk is Floridas finest
golfer.
I would be very hard-pressed
to mention one golfer over ano another.
ther. another. Almost every one on the
team has won a title this year or
placed high in the standings.
Melnyk won the Miami tour tournament,
nament, tournament, Richard Spears won the
Florida Invitational, John Darr

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For this reason, Bishop expects
the Gators to place high in the 72-
hoel medal-play tournament that
runs through Saturday.
I will be very shocked if we
dont finish at least in the top 10
teams, says Bishop.
We have had a very funny sea season
son season by the fact that every man has
done a fine job for usbut at dif different
ferent different times. For this reason then
I expect us to rank very high,
adds Bishop.
The tournament will be run dif differently
ferently differently than in past years. After
the first 36 holes, the 15 low

Mortons Discus Heave
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PROVO, Utah (AP) UFsJohn
Morton tossed the discus 181 feet
Saturday night here for a fourth
place in the National Collegiate
Athletic Associations Track and
Field Championships.
Mortons toss was just nine feet
short of Randy Matsons winning
190-4 heave. Matson, from Texas
A & M also took the shot put.
Scott Hager was the only other

Tuesday, June 20, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

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viduals, individuals, he will continue playing.

Gator to place in the national
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ther another fourth place for Florida. Ha Hager
ger Hager finished close to the top as did
Morton. The winning time of 50.2
posted by Bob Steele of Michigan
State was just a half-second ahead
of Hagers mark.

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, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, June 20,1967

Page 16

Swim Star Mark McKee
Now A Florida Gator

By DANE McGOVERN
Alligator Correspondent
Mark McKee, one of the moist
sought after prep swimming stars
in the nation, has signed a scholar scholarship
ship scholarship with the UF, Director of
Athletics Ray Graves announced
today.
McKee, a three year high school
All-American from Philadelphia,
Pa., is considered one of the finest
swimmers in the country and the
finest ever to enroll at Florida.
McKee gained his fame at Mal Malvern
vern Malvern Prep, where he set two na national
tional national Catholic swimming records.
He is a versatile swimmer who
specializes in many events.
"Mark is the number one prep
prospect in the nation,*' says Gator
swim coach Bill Harlan. "He is
not only an excellent swimmer but

Gator Netters Tie For 7th
In NCAA Championships

CARBONDALE,III. (AP) Flor Floridas
idas Floridas tennis team, second in the
Southeastern Conference this year,
tied for seventh place in the Nation National
al National Collegiate Tennis Champion Championships
ships Championships here Saturday.
The Gators tied Brigham Young
University with nine points.
UF gained its recognition on the
doubles performance turned in by
Arml Neely and Steve Beeland.
Neely and Beeland upset the fifth fifthseeded
seeded fifthseeded combo of Panero-O'Malley
of Arizona in the third round, 6-4,
64.
But the duo then was > ousted in
the quarterfinals by thetJniversity
of Southern California team of
Stan Smith and Bob Lutz, 6- 1,6-2.
Smith and Lutz went on to win the
doubles championship.
Lutz also took the singles
championships from Miami's Jam Jamie
ie Jamie Flllol, 6-0, 8-10, 2-6, 6-2.
Flllol, a junior from Santiago,
Chile, had passed 19 a chance to
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4s an outstanding student. He is
a great prospect in many events."
McKee's most noted tiroes have
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dividual individual medley (4:19.6) and The
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McKaee has taken part in the
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IS in every event he swam.
"Mark is the finest swimmer
we have ever signed at Florida,"
Harlan mentioned. "His potential
is unlimited and he is definitely
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"This has been the greatest
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