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IF TUITION HIKE GOES THROUGH

Shepherd Plans Ma

By HAROLD ALDRICH
Alligator Executive Editor
UF Student Body President
Charles Shepherd announced late
Thursday afternoon that he and
other SG leaders have been in invited
vited invited to join FSU students in a
march on the capitol building in
Tallahassee to express student
disappointment over the increase
of tuition.
The march is scheduled tenta tentatively
tively tentatively for Thursday, July 13. It
will originate from FSUs West Westcott
cott Westcott Auditorium at 10r30 a.m. Stu Students
dents Students will walk in an orderly
mannerShepherd avoided the
militant word marchto the
capitol building where speakers
will vent the student view of the
budget.
Guest speakers from state gov government
ernment government will be invited to address
the gathering. Shepherd said hed

Vol. 59, No. 151

r Go On Momentum/
Mautz Says Os UF

By RICHARD SHELTON
Alligator Staff Writer
UF may nave to rely on mo momentum
mentum momentum instead of money during
the next two years, Robert B.
Mautz, vice president for academ academic
ic academic affairs, said Thursday.
In past years we have built
up a lot of momentum; I hope it
will carry us through the next bi biennium,
ennium, biennium, Mautz said when asked
to comment on budget slashes
made by Gov. Claude Kirk.
Mautz forecast cutbacks in vir virtually
tually virtually every aspect of UFs opera operation.
tion. operation.
This budget reduction will
mean that we must hold back
on increasing salaries, adding new
positions and increasing operating
funds, he said. We wont be able
to make many of the improvements
that we had planned and the re reduction
duction reduction will certainly hurt our
growth, as well as put us at a
definite competitive disadvantage
nationally.
In general, I dont think the
proposed budget will do irrepar irreparable
able irreparable damage, but Im sure some
plans for expansion will have to
be re-examined, he said.

'Fiscal Fraud By Claude -- Turlington

There is no mention of a tuition increase for
Florida's state university system in the approp appropriations
riations appropriations bill passed by the Florida Legislature and
signed into law by Gov. Claude Kirk, the Alligator
learned in a telephone interview with House Speaker
Ralph Turlington late Thursday afternoon.
Most followers of the budget battles between
Kirk and the Legislature were under the impression
that the recently-passed budget incorporated a
tuition increase which would bring quarter fees
to $l5O, according to FSU Student Body President
Gene Stearns. In looking over the appropriations
bill, however, Sterns was unable to find any refer reference
ence reference to tuition, he said, and he called the governor's
office for verification.
, Late Thursday afternoon, Kirks office called
Stearns and admitted that he was correct the
tuition proposals were nowhere in the bill.

The Florida
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Alligator

rather not say if Kirk would be
invited or not.
After the speeches, the students
will returnin an orderly man mannerto
nerto mannerto FSU and disperse, Shep Shepherd
herd Shepherd said.
No posters, signs, or effigies
will be allowed, Shepherd said.
Shepherd repeatedly emphasized
that the purpose of the rally is
to bring the states attention to
the results of the budget debacle
in Tallahassee. He called the bud budget,
get, budget, with its cuts in education and
increases in tuition, highly det detrimental
rimental detrimental to Floridas college stu students.
dents. students.
Shepherd originally planned to
charter busses to Tallahassee to
carry students who wish to par participate
ticipate participate in the rally. But funds for
the plan were simply not avail available.
able. available.
The Council of Student Body

University of Florida

Mautz noted that the University
had requested sl6l million for the
upcoming 67-69 biennium, as op opposed
posed opposed to slOl million for the
65-*67 biennium.
I am speculating, of course,
but I expect we will receive a
budget of around $134 million for
the biennium, which is not as much
as we hoped for nor as much as
we need, Mautz said.
This will mean reductions in
almost all University department
budget requests, he added.
Late reports from Tallahassee
indicated that the UF budget would
probably round out at about $l3O
million. Some of the major cuts
will be felt in new research posi positions
tions positions and in the rate of pay for
professors teaching during sum summer
mer summer quarters.
Bearing the brunt of the slicing
was UFs Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences which saw
$1,763,409 knifed. The Health
Center budget was pared by an
additional $119,771 and the Col College
lege College of Engineerings off-campus
instructional program (GENESYS)
lost $37,912 by Kirks pen.

Stearns called UF Student Body President Charles
Shepherd with the news, and Shepherd alerted the
Alligator to the story.
Turlington, who interrupted a caucus in his office
to verify the tuition deletion, was unable to predict
when the Legislature would move or what action
it might take concerning tuition.
The amount of general revenue money not
vetoed by the governor is so low, however, then
vetoed by the governor is so low, however, that
the universities would not be able to come near
the Universities of Alabama or Georgia without
at least a $l5O per quarter tuition fee," Turlington
said.
SJ SJI
I SJI think we've been conned," the house speaker
noted. The governor told us that he was going
there is a 100 per cent credibility gap."

Presidents, of which Shepherd is
chairman, discussed several
weeks ago plans to organize a

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Friday, June 30, 1967

Senate Votes
On SAC Code
The Faculty Senate was ex expected
pected expected to make a decision on
the proposed UF Student Code
of Conduct when it met late
Thursday afternoon in McCarty
Hall Auditorium.
The code, proposed by the
Student Affairs Committee, if
passed, will be published in
the UF student handbook, re replacing
placing replacing the code now in use.
The new code will limit UFs
off-campus jurisdiction to spe specific
cific specific violations committed at
other colleges and universities.
The university will still hold
students responsible for their
actions inside the geographical
limits of the Gainesville cam campus,
pus, campus, at UF-sponosred activi activities,
ties, activities, at fraternity and sorority
houses and other university
housing units.
Os the 13 violations listed
in the code, the most severe
may warrant probation, expul expulsion,
sion, expulsion, or suspension. The pen penaltieswill
altieswill penaltieswill be imposed by the
Committee on Student Conduct
or the Honor Court. Parents
of students under 21 will be
notified*)! violations.

rchOn Capital

march if Kirks proposed hike
went through.
But the University of South Flor Florida
ida Florida student government leaders
rejected the move Thursday. N
Kirk has line-item vetoed the
1967-68 biennium budget, trim trimming
ming trimming it down to a slim $1.5
million and raising tuition for state
universities. Junior colleges were
severely hurt.
The CSBP also discussed the
possibility of accepting an increase
to $125 per quarter.
Although the CSBP would accept
the $125 figure, the student body
president said, This does not
mean that we wont continue to
seek reduction at a later date.


Kirks Budget
A Disaster

By HAROLD KENNEDY
Alligator Managing Editor
The $1.5 billion 1967-68 bien biennium
nium biennium budget which Gov. Claude
Kirk vetoed by line-item Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and sent back to the state
legislature includes pay raises for
teachers and state employees
which state educators call a dis disaster.
aster. disaster.
But the bill makes no men mention
tion mention of university tuitionperiod.
State officialsfrom the governor
all the way downhad assumed
that the budget contained a clause
setting university tuition at a $l5O
per quarter minimum. (See Fis Fiscal
cal Fiscal Fraud, page one, column one.)
Immediate reaction was swift,"
emotional, and incisive, but the
budget was expected to stand as
it is. Many legislators oppose the
measure, but the legislature has
never overridden any of Kirks
vetos, and Kirk has asked the
strong Republican minority in the
legislature to stand firm on his
budget.
Kirk slashed the budget, a com combination
bination combination of two spending bills, down
to $1,546 billion. He cut
$124,453,293 from education ap appropriations
propriations appropriations alone.
He made the cuts from a $1,338
billion general appropriations bill
and an $1.72 million aupplemental
bill.
The governor said the finished
product meets the states needs,
including a teacher pay raise, free
text books, and a junior college
program.
But other sources violently dis disagreed.
agreed. disagreed.
One state senator reportedly
said Kirks budget was so badly
butchered that its bleeding to
death.
The State Board of Regents
reaction was more conservative.
The chancellors office on
Thursday was still researching the
implic? ions of the budget as it
applied to the state universities,
but Hendrix Chandler, speaking for
the office, made what he called
surface observations.
Weve been hurt in the re research
search research areasespecially at the
University of Florida and FSU,
Chandler said. He declined to
elaborate until the board had fin finished
ished finished its research into the bud budget.
get. budget. Neither would he comment on
salaries for university employees.
Everything is still in the mill
here, he said. The legislature
still has the power in theory theoryto
to theoryto change the budget, although
its doubtful that it can overcome
Kirks veto, he said.

Shepherd commented he not only
objected more to the hike to $l5O,
but also the lock of a $4 million
loan provision not carried over
from an earlier bill with the $125
clause.
Republicans have no intention
of making available the loans,
he said. However, he predicted a
new compromise bill will again
include loan funds.
Shepherd complained that any
funds could not be made avail available
able available for this coming year since
loans are usually given a year
ahead of time.
Shepherd charged Gov. Kirk with
attempting to tax students when,
He should be taxing everyone
for education.

A bill to restore some of the
$7 million of the junior college
appropriations has some possible
chance of passage, he said, and
some of the appropriations for
construction of new universities
at Jacksonville and Pensacola may
be restored. The budget elimi
nated them entirely.
The university system can con continue
tinue continue on its present plane of op operation
eration operation during the coming bien biennium,
nium, biennium, but there can be few new
programs, Chandler said.
State Superintendent of Educa Education
tion Education Floyd T. Christian said the
budget would bring only disaster
in the years ahead.
Florida and Floridas children
are the real losers with this bud budget,
get, budget, he said.
The governor has cut the heart
from Floridas educational pro program.
gram. program. He is making Floridas
(SEE BUDGET 1 PG. 2)
LBJ Hopes
To Reduce
Doctor Bills?
The new dean of the University
of Floridas College of Pharmacy,
Dr. George Archambault, is taking
part in the National Conference
on Medical Costs, called by the
Secretary of Health, Education and
Welfare in Washington, D.C.
The conference, outlined by
President Johnson, will deal with
lowering the costs of medical
services without impairing the
quality.
Economists, physicians, hospit hospital
al hospital planners, pharmaceutical edu educators
cators educators and other specialists from
throughout the nation are focusing
their attention on hospital costs,
communiiy systems, physician
costs, cost of pharmaceutical ser services
vices services and the impact of third
party payment.
Dean Archambault is participa participating
ting participating in discussions on the cost
of pharmaceutical services.

I INSIDE I
Abortion Bill . .p. 5
Quarter System ...p.5
Editorials p. 6
Education Lecture .p. 9



[, The Florida Alligator, Friday, June 30, 1967

Page 2

T f HE$ THE ONLY \
~o*l. 1 (hicl) .P| (PERSON I KNOW WITH )

Budget A 'Disaster Christian

(FROM PG. 1)
children the pawns oi partisan
politics.
The budget includes the teacher

Communist Countries Deny
Role In World Telecast

Our World*, a monumental, two-hour international telecast
experiment dealing with the achievements of modern man became
involved in modern problems when five Communist countries withdrew
from the experiment four days before it was to be aired.
The Soviet Union, East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Hungary and
Poland withdrew because they said the Our Worrd* program was
involved in a slanderous campaign against Arab countries.
The remaining 13 countries, originally scheduled to participate,
contributed $5 million in production costs and nearly 10,000 tech technicans.
nicans. technicans. Sunday, the first world-wide telecast was viewed in 25
countries on five continents.
The Gainefsville area was able to receive the live broadcast over
WUFT (Channel 5) because part of Our World** originated in Cape
Kennedy. An underground cable passing through Jacksonville installed
especially for the telecast, connected Cape Kennedy with New York.
Jacksonville beamed the telecast to Gainesville via a state contructed
micro-wave station.
The telecast demonstrated for the first time that any part of the
world can be connected by television. Mark Damen, program manager
of WUFT, suggests that live world telecasts could be used for such
events as the Olympic Games, which would enable much of the world
to view the action as it occurs.
With this telecast, man has broken through two barriers. Before
satellites were used man was limited to micro wave and cable
transmission which limited live broadcasts to certain areas. Now
roan has unleashed broadcast power and is able to span oceans
and continents,** Damen said.
Since the idea of such a telecast was conceived two years ago,
men from all parts of the world have been working on it. Aubrey
Singer of the British Broadcasting Corporation, project director of
the telecast coordinated the joint efforts of 18 countries.
The central control rooms switched live coverage from Cape
Kennedy to Tokyo from Mexico City to London with no apparent
difficulty. All this was made possible by the use of three American
satellites. A fourth satellite belonging to the Soviet Union was to
help in the transmission, but permission was revoked.
Damen says with this breakthrough, we may someday look forward
to live telecasts from the moon by use of stationary satellites. But
he added that it will certainly not become a reality until something
of viewing importance takes place on the moon.

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pay raise Kirk called for, drops
the one-cent lunchroom sup supplement
plement supplement to counties, appropriates
sll million for the free school

textbook program, and reportedly
does not adequately provide for
the junior college program.
Christian said the budget would
force a one-third curtailment in
junior college operations, deny
a fitting raise to teachers, and
would seriously hamper Floridas
ability to compete with vther states
for teachers.

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Parking Plans Awaiting
Traffic Survey Analysis

By CARLOS DAVILA
Alligator Staff Writer
Although Student Government
has some plans for easing the
parking problem in the fall, the
word is that nothing definite can
made until a transit survey is
completed, according to Student
Body President Charles Shepherd.
The survey, which is being con conducted
ducted conducted by a private company, was
started in the winter trimester.
It is not expected to be finished
until late July or early August.
According to William E. Elmore,
AF Instructor
Promoted
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Major Fouts received his
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sity, university, the survey will give the an answers
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ttT solve the problem.
Shepherd, however, outlined
some plans which will help to al alii
ii alii viate the problem in the fall
when 20,000 students are expected.
This will be necessary because the
plans for parking of the transit
survey will be long-range, which
means that facilities will not be
ready by the fall quarter.

Daytona Music-Bus
Tickets At Union

Tickets for center aisle or orchestra
chestra orchestra seats are available at the
J. Wayne Reitz Union for the
July 23 performance of the Lon London
don London Symphony Orchestra, conduc conducted
ted conducted by Andre Previn, in Daytona
Beachs air-conditioned Peabody
Auditorium.
Reservations may be made by
calling university extension 2741
before noon today. Tickets will be
available at the union information
booth.
A chartered bus will leave from
the union at 4 p.m., Sunday af afternoon,
ternoon, afternoon, June 23, and Return fol following
lowing following the concert. A: dinner break
will be provided in Daytona with
the bus stopping downtown in the
general area of Morrison's and
Crieghtons. The concert begins
at 8:30 p.m.
The transportation-ticket pack package
age package is offered for SB.OO.
The performance will present
soloist Itzhak Perlman, violin, in
a program of Bernstein: Over Overture,
ture, Overture, Candide; Nielsen: Sym Symphony
phony Symphony No. 1; Tschaikovskv: Violin
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We are also planning to talk
to the Gainesville bus system
to make space for more routes
that students would use," Shepherd
said, like along 16th Avenue where
so many live.
Shepherd also plans to have
some improvements on the SG
bus system. He used as an ex example
ample example the system used at Louis Louisiana
iana Louisiana State University, where small
tram-trains are used to take stu students
dents students to class.

Concerto; Stravinsky: Firebird
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The orchestras Daytona season
was considered highly successful
last year.
Friday Night
Entertainment
At Cafeteria
For those Friday night B B-term
term B-term blues, why not meander over
to the J. Wayne Reitz Union caf cafeteria
eteria cafeteria for a couple of hours of
live dinner entertainment, followed
by dancing?
Every Friday night from 5-7,
free entertainment is provided. Af After
ter After 7 p.m., the juke box is plugged
in, and anyone may waltz or bug bugaloo
aloo bugaloo or whatever.
According to Mrs. Phyllis Han,
assistant program director of
Reitz Union, the program has
drawn fairly large crowds.
In fact, the program may carry
through September, maybe even on
other evenings, she said.
A Spanish guitarist, a five-piece
combo, and various folk singing
groups have already been featured
at the cafeteria.

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JOLLY GREEN GIANTS
Joe Shelnut (left) and Hank Dunn lounge
in their room in Yon Hall, the new dormitory
under the east stands of the stadium.
(PHOTO BY MIKE HUDDLESTON)

Yon Hallers Sleep
In Seven-Foot Beds

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Yon Hall, was apparently designed
with FEAL men in mindeach
room is equipped with gigantic
seven-foot beds.
Tne dorm, located in the new
stadium building under the east
stands, has 6ther plush charac characteristics,
teristics, characteristics, besidessuch as free
telephones, central air condition conditioning
ing conditioning and carpeted hallways.
Yon will house 214 students.
Between 128 and 135 of these are
reserved for athletes on full schol scholarships.
arships. scholarships. The remaining rooms will
be filled on a first-come, first firstserved
served firstserved basis, according to John
R. Benton, Murphree Area Co Coordinator.
ordinator. Coordinator.
The top three floors of the
dormitory are living areas and
tutoring lounges. The basement
houses a training tackle and other
facilities for athletes.
The training table, which is only
for athletes, serves specially speciallyprepared
prepared speciallyprepared foods to provide a max maximum
imum maximum nutritional diet, Benton said.
Another advantage of Yon is its
central location. It is near all
the classroom buildings, only a
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Deadline Today

By RICHARD SHELTON
Alligator Staff Writer
The Fourth of July holiday week weekend
end weekend can be a costly one for
some 1200 Alachua County boat
owners, including many U.F. stu students,
dents, students, faculty members and em employees,
ployees, employees, who have failed to pur purchase
chase purchase a boat license for the up upcoming
coming upcoming fiscal year.
Shellie McKinney, county tax
collector, said anyone caught op operating
erating operating an unlicensed boat after
July 1 will be subject to arrest.
Violators are usually released
on $35 warrant bonds, he said,
and fines have generally been
costing around $35.
Any police officer in the county
can enforce this law McKinney
noted, and most win probably be
particularly alert for violations
this first weekend of the new
registration period.
Licenses went on sale June 1,
he said, and weve registered
a total of 1800 boats so far. We
will be open until 5 p.m. Friday
and expect to sell quite a few
more licenses by then, as many
people will want to use their boats
over the Fourth of July weekend.*
We have quite a number of
boats registered to students at the
UF, he added, particularly to
law students and medical stu students.
dents. students.
All motorboats which operate
with a 10 horse-power motor,
or larger, must buy a license,

McKinney explained. The license
price varies with the length of
the boat.
A license for a boat of less
than 12 feet in length costs $1.50,
12 to 16 feet, $5.50; 16 to 26
feet, $10.50; 26 to 40 feet, $30.50
and 40 to 65 feet, $50.50.
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The Or Disaster?

(EDITORS NOTE: This is the
first of a two-part series by Al Alligator
ligator Alligator Columnist Wayne Boynton.
The series is the expression of
his opinion of UFs pending quar quarter
ter quarter system, which begins Sept.
25. We make no attempt to clas classify
sify classify this as interpretive news, but
merely as one students analysis
and conclusions of a situation which
will affect the whole student body.)
By WAYNE BOYNTON
Alligator Columnist
UF students have cried for years
for relief from the trimester and
sighed with pleasure when they
heard that the state university sys system
tem system was switching to the quarter.
Students prefer the quarter sys system
tem system because it has some of the
same advantages the trimester
has over the semester, and at the
same time, has many improve improvements
ments improvements over both the trimester
and semester.
Final exams before Christmas
and shorter periods of time be between
tween between the beginning of a term and
its finals are advantages which
both the quarter and trimester
have.
One of the main advantages of
the quarter is that students are
allowed to.take less courses per
term, go three terms instead of

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VP LIKES BOOKS
Vice President for Academic Affairs Robert
B. Mautz displays his personal collection of
books on his office wall.

Campus Law Codification
Proposed By Leg Council

By JOE DeMEMBER
Alligator Correspondent
Student Government leaders
have pushed aside party influences
to give U.F. students a closer
link with SG. The result if the
codification of legislative laws and
an executive registry on campus.
Both will be available at the Main
Library for student use in the Fall
Quarter.
Student Body President Charles
Shepherd praised the Legislative
Council and its floor leader Greg
Johnson, who introduced the pro proposal
posal proposal to classify the laws and make
them available to students.
This is kind of our version
of making information about Stu Student
dent Student Government activities acces accessible

two (semester or trimester) and
still get the required number of
courses per college year. The stu student
dent student can concentrate more each
day on each course and study more
for each final because he has
fewer of them. The student is not
required to spread himself out
thinly over many courses and
finals.
But UF administrators have
missed the idea completely of how
to set up courses on a school
year composed of three quarters.
The way the conversion should be
made is to calculate the number
of courses a student presently
takes for a school year of two
trimesters. Assuming that the stu student
dent student will be required to take the
same courses over three quar quarters
ters quarters divide the number required
by three to find how many he
should take each quarter. Then with
the quarter being shorter than the
trimester increase the number of
class hours attended per week so
as to get in the same number of
class periods per course.
If you are confused with wordy
explanations let me use an ex example
ample example to illustrate. Student X
took 10 courses during the two
trimesters from Sept. 66 to April
67. He complained that five major
courses and five major finals each
trimester was hectic to keep up

sible accessible to the students,*' Shepherd
said.
He cited 'three different circu circulating
lating circulating copies of Traffic Court laws
as proof of the need for better
records.
Under the old* system, he
said, few were sure which laws
were active. With the new system
bills will be grouped by subject
and then numbered just like the
Florida Legislature operates--and
the history of each bill will be
given.
Other methods of improving
communications for the students
and SG are being considered too,
Shepherd said. He cited the idea
of a gripe-phone as a method
of allowing student to air their
viewpoints and make suggestions
to his office.

with and he had trouble concen concentrating
trating concentrating enough on any of them.
Student Y will go to the uni university
versity university for three quarters from
Sept. 67 to June 68. He plans to
get the same education Student
X did so he plans to take
the same courses. He hopes for
the advantages of (1) having less
courses per term (10 courses
divided by three quarters is only
three courses for two quarters
and four courses for one quarter)
and (2) more to devote to each
course (because lie will be going
to school a total <>f 8 and one onehalf
half onehalf months instead of 7 and one onehalf
half onehalf months.)
Now why do I accuse the Un University
iversity University of Florida of fumbling
the ball when it comes to giving
the advantages of the quarter to
us, the students?
The administrators have failed
to retain courses identically as
they were on the trimester. They
have the mistaken conception that

UF PSYCHOLOGIST SAYS

No Rise In Abortions
Under Liberalized Bill

The controversial bill to liber liberalize
alize liberalize abortion probably wouldnt
have changed things at all, Dr.
Harry Crater, director of the Uni University
versity University Counseling Service, said
Wednesday.
Crater was referring to the
House of Representatives vote of
59-53 to withdraw the emotion emotionpacked

Last Day To Get
Florida Quarterly

Today is the last day the first
issue of Florida Quarterly will
be on sale.
UFs new student-directed lit literary
erary literary publication, a collection of
fiction, poetry, essays, interviews
and reviews of current books and
movies, is headed by Martin Curry,
a UF graduate student.
Articles in the Quarterly consist
of a wide scope of cultural mater material
ial material related to the humanities.
The Quarterly is now accepting
contributions for its second issue.

$30,000 Grant
Available For
Cancer Study

UF has received a special grant
from the American Cancer Soci Societys
etys Societys Florida Division to encour encourage
age encourage new ideas in cancer research
throughout the institution.
Funds from the $30,000 insti institutional
tutional institutional research grant are avail available
able available to students, scientific inves investigators
tigators investigators and physicians in the Un University
iversity University who want to try a new
research idea or conduct part parttime
time parttime research, according to the
society.
Funds are assigned to individual
investigators through an institu institutional
tional institutional grant committee of the Un University.
iversity. University.
Previous grants from the soci society
ety society have stimulated research into
such areas as the development of
techniques for brain tumor photo photoscanning,
scanning, photoscanning, methods to improve dos dosage
age dosage administration in radiation
therapy, and a study of
agents and their possible use
against tumor viruses.

if you have a two part sequence
course they are supposed to change
it to a three part course. Worse
yet is that some have taken a
previously three hour course and
held it at three hours on the
quarter.
Architecture and Building Con Construction
struction Construction 'j'i ese students have six
courses and labs (labs have finals
too) per quarter. Try to convince
these or any other students they
have gained by changing to the
quarter.
Business Administration stu students
dents students will average six courses per.
These future businessmen will
have an ulcer before they get out
of University College.
And on it goes for nearly every
student, averaging about six
courses per term.
A last one, the most alarming
of all. The pre-engineering pro program:
gram: program: four quarters of six courses
and two of seven courses. An
average of six-plus.
(None of the above number of
courses per quarter include the
non-credit required physical ed education
ucation education which will still be four
hours a week, and now for six
quarters.)

packed emotionpacked bill from judiciary B
committee. The House did vote to
give the committee 14 more days
to act on the bill. Many legis legislators
lators legislators feel, however, that the bill
has been effectively stalled for the
rest of the season.
The bill, which was passed by the
Senate, would have allowed abor abortions

The magazine is now on sale
in front of the library and at
other campus locations including
the Browse Shop at the Hub and
the J. Wayne Reitz Union Book Bookstore.
store. Bookstore. It also is available at Mikes
Bookstore downtown.
Money for subscriptions and lit literary
erary literary contributions may be sent to:
The Florida Quarterly, 207 Ander Anderson
son Anderson Hall. Single copies cost sl.
A years subscription is $3.50 and
three years is $lO.

Center Arranges Jobs

The UFs Placement Center, now located in the new J. Wayne
Reitz Union, is urging all students to take advantage of its modern
facilities and to sign up for their interviews early.
Persons should register for placement assistance about a year
before they expect to graduate, said T. A. Anderson, assistant
director of the Placement Center. In order to have an interview,
a student must be registered, he added.
The placement office is located in G-22 beside the information
booth in the new Union. The new office, under the direction of
M. E. Mayberry, is equipped with seven interview rooms and a
new library.
The library has information and applications for almost 600
companies. It is open to all students and alumni. When students
find companies they are interested in, they should not delay in
signing up for an interview.
For industry and government agencies there are three inter interview
view interview seasons throughout the year. These seasons are in the months
of October and November, January and February, and April and May.
For educational positions in universities, the chief interview
season is from December through February. Public schools
interview mainly from December through May.
The office has already scheduled almost as many companies
as it can to the end of November. They are now giving spots for
the January and February season according to Anderson.
The 16-year old placwnent service is not designed only for
students expecting to graduate in the near future. It also helps
students find summer employment in the fields in which they
are studying. %
The office also keeps alumni on active mailing lists. Any
person graduated from the University of Florida may receive
the same services given to current students at no charge.

Friday, June 30, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

You the reader of this article
should be asking now, MVhat is
the result of this and how will
it affect me?"
From the piles of data I have
here is some interesting informa information.
tion. information.
Freeman and sophomores face
the following plight. Institutions,
physical science, English, logic,
humanities, and biological science,
the C courses, all were two
part sequences and now all are
three parts. I cannot believe that
the people responsible for this
stupidly ignore the anguished cries
of students complaining of too
many courses and too many finals
per term.
Lets look at few of the
different requirements set by up upper
per upper division colleges for students
in University College.
Agriculturewhile in lower div division
ision division ag. students are required
to take 31 courses or an average
of five courses per quarter. That
is five finals at the end of the
term and all in one week. I almost
forgot: All finals on the quarter
are within a single week (Monday
through Saturday.)

tions abortions in cases of rape and incest,
if the mothers health were in>
danger or if it was likely that
the baby would be deformed.
Dr. Crater said that he favors
a bill legalizing abortions in cer certain
tain certain situations. He said that the
mothers physical health often
determines whether she lives or
dies, however, psychological prob problems
lems problems can often beworked out dur during
ing during the pregnancy.
The move to kill the bill came
after an emotion-free debate in
the House. Technical issues were
raised, however, by Dade County
Rep. Cary Matthews, a leading
opponent of the bill.
Dr. Crater said that he did not
feel that passage of such an abor abortion
tion abortion bill would cause, a rise in
legal abortions by unwed mothers.
He said that guilt feelings and
similar reactions would cause
girls to hesitate before resorting
to abortion.
The judiciary **B committee
has already killed a prior House
abortion bill.

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Page 6

, The Florida Alligator, Friday, June 30, 1967

The Florida
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JIM WHITE HAROLD KENNEDY
Editor Managing Editor
808 PADECKY
Sports Editor
HAROLD ALDRICH ALLIE SMITH
-- Executive Editor Cq>y Editor

Tallv Rally
If youre just barely making it
at UF financially, youd better not
plan on coming back here in Septem September,
ber, September, Youll starve.
Although the budget passed by the
legislature makes no mention of ANY
tuition, Kirk has allocated so little
money to education, that you, we,
and all our fellow students attending
state universities will probably pay
at least $l5O--maybe more--per
quarter for that privilege.
Kirk has even vetoed the $4 million
dollar loan program that HE recom recommended
mended recommended to ease the students burden.
Astonishingly enough, even that
isnt enough to keep Kirk happy.
In his veto message to the leg legislature,
islature, legislature, Kirk--who cant seem to
realize that a low-cost college edu education
cation education for Florida residents makes
money for the state in the long
runrecommended that tuition be
further increased to S2OO per quarter.
And, believe it or not, theres
another bill before the legislature
calling for a SSOO per quarter tu tuition
ition tuition fee.
The legislatures and the gover governors
nors governors use of education as a political
battleground has long since passed
the point of ridiculousness. Not con content
tent content with chasing off our teachers,
now theyre trying to get rid of the
students, too!
On June 13, a busload of UF stu student
dent student leaders led by Student Body
President Charles Shepherd will leave
Gainesville for Tallahassee, where
they will take part in a demonstration
designed to let the state government
know how Florida students feel about
out-of-sight tuition rates.
Shepherd, in cooperation with the
presidents of the other state uni universities,
versities, universities, fought the original tuition
hike proposal. They succeeded, in
part. Both houses in the legislature
voted to hold the tuition increase
to $125 per quarter, rejecting Kirks
$l5O proposal. But that was before
Kirks veto of the budget, when the
fun really began.
There isnt much we can do about
the tuition increase now. That fight
is almost over.
But we can bring the spotlight of
public attention to bear on what Kirk
and legislatures leadership have done
to Florida education. Thats thfe pur purpose
pose purpose of the rally on Tally.

MIDNIGHT MEDITATIONS

Does God Exist? Who Is He?

By 808 MORAN
Alligator Columnist
Did you ever lie on your bed in
the quiet of night with your hands
woven behind your neck and your eyes
fixed on the ceiling? Your mind spins
and tosses in useless confusion: colors,
both vivid and dull, seem to paint them themselves
selves themselves on your half-conscious brain
in surrealistic wonder.
Have you ever thought about God?
Not the bid about God is all good,

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EDITOR:
Many times during my stay here
at the University, I have become ir irritated
ritated irritated by various material printed
in this student publication called the
Alligator. Each time, I have managed
to supress my instincts to write a
letter to the student editor. However,
Mr. Boyntons column appearing in
the June 27th issue is such that a
reply is essential.
Mr. Boyntons personal opinion is
that the Honor Code is outmoded. Per Personally,
sonally, Personally, I may or may not agree with
him. He certainly has a right to ex express
press express his opinion and has chosen his
journalistic talent as his channel of
expression. But someone must point
out to Mr. Boynton the difference
between journalism and respon responsible
sible responsible journalism. Responsible journ journalism
alism journalism requires that the writer conform
to certain ethical standards and to make
a reasonable attempt to verify his in information.
formation. information.
Mr. Boynton was called for jury
duty on this case. He was not chosen
to sit on that jury. As a result, he
was excused after the jury had been
chosen and after he and all the other
veniremen took an oath to keep all
the information presented in that
case in the strictest confidence. The
oath ended with: So Help Me God.
Evidently, Mr. Boynton does not
appreciate the significance of such an
oath. If such is the case, he also
could not possibly appreciate the sig significance
nificance significance of the term responsible

Boynton lrresponsible' Journalist'
HC Attorney General Says

all knowing and the other useless trite
your infant brain was forced tu mem memorize.
orize. memorize. But rather; what is God, who
is God, or even is God?
Some of the pseudo-righteous will
look you in the ey. and condemn.
They tell you, you must attend church
every Sunday, you are obligated to pray
every day, you must keep God in your
heart constantly and at the same time
they lay their Bibles or. the heads
of human pawns for use as a step stepladder
ladder stepladder to success. Did you ever won wonder

journalism, and should not tie writ writing
ing writing for the student newspaper.
This Alligator writer asks in his
article, -What, then, does it require
to prove cheating?**. Perhaps he should
have asked the question before he put
his pen to the paper.
Before a person can be convicted ot
any offense, the presecution must prove
two things. First, that a violation
was, in fact, committed, i.e., the cor corpus
pus corpus delicti; and secondly, that THE
DEFENDANT is the one that did, in
fact, commit the violation. The first
of these requirements is decided by
the judge, or, in this case, by the
Chancellor, and the second question
is to be determined by the jury.
As Attorney General of the Honor
Court, my staff and I prosecuted this
case for the Student Body. Because
the actual examinations were never
available, it was necessary that the
corpus delicti be established through
circumstantial evidence.
In our opinion, we met this burden.
However, the Chancellor, in his dis discretion,
cretion, discretion, decided that the corpus delicti
had not been established, and there therefore,
fore, therefore, had no alternative but to direct a
verdict of acquital. This was the way
he saw it, and it was his decision
to make. In fact, former Chancellor
Herb Schwartz was there, and agreed
with Chancellor Welch. Therefore, the
case never got to the jury.

der wonder about these people?
' b
Have you ever listened to people
invoking the commandments? Like a
transcendentalists version of a pagan
angel they seem to float above the
world shouting the ten commandments
verbatim to those below.
In courst of law the seventh com commandment
mandment commandment seems to echo in a hush
over the formal proceedings below, but,
after a conviction, it seems to fade
intw the walls where the wilting is.
Thou shall not kill becorpes inverted
into thou may kill with justification
and a human being is sentenced to
die. v
in churches throughout the land the
words and teachings of Jesus are re repeated.
peated. repeated. Churches, without reservation,
condense and express His teachings in
a single wordlove,a love of God
and fellow men. Where does it say
a fellow man must be white?
From pulpits and in the streets men
of the cloth vibrate the very air as
their voices ring the glories of heaven
and the pains of hell. Like a hammer
and sickle they pound and wield threats
of hell and eternal pain. Then from the
misty vacuum of reality comes one man
with a question.
They brand him a heretic but still
his question tears into the brains of
those who have heard. The mans name
is Pike and the question is, assuming
the type of people who would attain
heaven, how could they stand the thought
of people suffering in hell?
Some night lie in your unreal world
of infinity suspended between some somewhere
where somewhere and nowhere and stare trans transfixed
fixed transfixed at the ceiling and think of God.
Think of the things men say about
God and the things they preach in His
name. Think of the manner man in interprets
terprets interprets the words of Jesus. Take a
self-induced trip through the intangible
world of thought. It may not tell you
who or what God is or even if He
exists but it should tell you what He
is not.

Our writer implies that Andy Owens
resigned from the Honor Court as a
result of such injustice* the week
AFTER the trial. Again, the writer
did not take the trouble to verify his
information before putting pen to paper.
In actuality, Mr. Owens resigned two
weeks BEFORE this trial and had
never actually sat through any trials
during his short term as Clerk.
The only two times Mr. Owens was
involved in picking a jury, he had to
be called at his home and awakened
from a deep sleep, resulting in a one
or two hour delay in the proceedings.
I SUSPECT this is why Mr. Owens
resigned.
Mr. Boynton also implies that cheat cheaters
ers cheaters are not convicted at the Honor
Court. Again, I must refer Mr. Boyn Boynton
ton Boynton to the facts. In the past two and
one half trimesters, there was only
one other trial that did not result in
% conviction.
Mr. Boynton, my purpose in writing
this letter is twofold; (1) to set the
record straight, and (2) to encourage
yourself as well as the other members
of the Alligator staff to leave the
white horse** waiting until you check
the facts. In my estimation, responsible
journalism requires this.
JAMES P. PANICO
PJS. Are you attacking the Honor
System, the Honor Code, or the Honor
Court? Or, do you know?



SPEAKING OUT

In Defense Os The Honor System

By DAVE WELCH
Chancellor of
The Honor Court
Yes, Mr. Boynton, cheating is
a serious problem "at the Uni University
versity University of Florida. Yes, it does
affect your grade and the grades
of other honest students when
someone cheats on an examination.
Yes, it may cause an honest stu student
dent student to flunk out of school when
his classmate cribs on an exam.
Yes, it hurts you and every other
student when one or two or many
more than that fail to live up
to the trust placed in them as
responsible members of an aca academic
demic academic community
And what are you going to do
about it?
You pass, right? Cant quite
shoulder the responsibility. Cant
quite blot out a rememberance of
little- kids pointing fingers and
screaming tattle-tale. Youre
not alone. Ratting, we all know,
is the favorite sport of panty pantywalst,
walst, pantywalst, mealy-mouthed little teach teachers
ers teachers pet types. Or, so it seemed,
so very long ago.
But wasnt that before we found
out that we, as students, were en entrusted
trusted entrusted completely with the re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility of creating an atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of academic integrity?
Wasnt it before we realized that
we were answerable to no one
but ourselves for academic dis dishonesty?
honesty? dishonesty? Wasnt it before we ac accepted
cepted accepted the basic premise that
self-discipline is the greatest
builder of character and that re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility is the prerequisite of
self-respect?
The solution to the problem
of cheating at this university lies
in our willingness as students to
respond to the responsibility we
have accepted.
Do we even want this respon responsibility?
sibility? responsibility? Do we want to be treated
as members of an academic com community
munity community composed of three seg segments
ments segments of equal integrity and re respectability:
spectability: respectability: those who teach, those
who learn, and those who admin administrate?
istrate? administrate? Or, would we rather be
treated as if we just got in from
recess and were sitting around in
our sweaty little desks after 25
minutes of kickball? Three hundred
students slept in Tigert Hall last
trimester to let the world know
they wanted the University of Flor Florida
ida Florida to untie the apron strings.
Last week, the Student Affairs
Committee recom mended that stu students
dents students be given full responsibility
for their actions off-campus.
Yes, students want to be treated
as responsible people. We accept
the Honor System for this very
reason. But, still we are dis dissatisfied
satisfied dissatisfied with the amount of cheat cheating
ing cheating that goes on. Do we can the
system, and along with it, our self selfrespect?
respect? selfrespect? And, if we do, are we
sure that the alternative proc proctor
tor proctor system will remedy the sit situation?
uation? situation? The University of Texas,
after changing from an honor sys system
tem system to a proctor system has re reverted
verted reverted back to the honor system,
finding that cheating actually in increased
creased increased under the proctor system.
Why? Perhaps because it is more
of a game to cheat under the
proctor system. Its more fun to
think up ways to outfox the old
prof than it is to wrestle with
your conscience about a breach of
the faith your fellow students had
in you.
No, the answer is not to scrap
the Honor System, but to salvage
Vt. Salvage it by reexamining our
own motives, because it is our
refusal to report violations of the
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Honor Code that causes the sys system
tem system to break down. Do we re refuse
fuse refuse to report violations because
we think cheating is not serious?
We know it is. Its as serious as
sending an honest student to Viet
Nam because he bunked out of
school by one point on the curve.
Do we refuse because we are
afraid, either of social criticism
or physical harm? Probably, just
like we were when we used to
wipe our noses on our sleeves and
tell dirty jokes in the locker room.
With regard to Mr. Boyntons
final blow, I can only say that
he, as an observer of that par particular
ticular particular trial, was in no better pos position
ition position to render a decision than was
the jury. It so happens that that
particular case turned solely on
a question of law which he could
not possibly understand, and which

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EDITOR:
Mr. Boynton might have something there in suggesting mod modification
ification modification of the hollowed Honor Code to make proctored exams
the rule rather than the exception on campus.
The way things now standwith students officially allowed to
leave the room at will during an examit can only be the stupid
cheaters who are brought to the attention of the honor court.
However, proctoring an exam is a rather non-academic bore.
Perhaps some Wackenhut agents might be brought in to do the job.
It would seem to me that it is up to the students to act on this
matter through their government. The students have some respon responsibility
sibility responsibility in insuring that they get that fair grade Boynton mentions.
Lets keep up the war on crime!
K. E. CHERNETSKI
Assistant Professor of Zoology

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also could not have been under understood
stood understood by the jury. The purpose of
a motion for a directed verdict,
also known as a judgment of ac acquital,
quital, acquital, is to prevent the jury from
having to concern itself with legal
technicalities such as whether the
corpus delecti has been established
by the prosecution. Every trial is
a trial by both judge and jury,
and their jobs are equally impor important
tant important and equally decisive with
regard to the defendants guilt
or innocence.
It is well known that the Con Constitution
stitution Constitution of the Student Body re requires
quires requires Honor Court trials to be
secret. This is for the protection
of the defendant. Mr. Boynton at attended
tended attended this trial as a prospec prospective
tive prospective juror, and when he was not
called -to sit on the jury, he

approached me and asked permis permission
sion permission to stay for the remainder of
the trial under the pretense that
he was interested in trials*.
Because he was already aware of
the defendants identity and at
least somewhat apprised of the
facts of the case due to the nature
of the proceedings by which we
choose a jury, I allowed him to
stay, knowing that he had taken
a solemn oath that he would not
reveal any of the facts of this
case to anyone In addition, he gave
me his personal word that he would
reveal nothing of the proceedings
he witnessed.
Because of his gross misunder misunderstanding
standing misunderstanding of the law involved in the
case, and his misstatement of some
of the material facts, Mr. Boyn Boynton
ton Boynton has reopened the question of
the defendants guilt in the eyes
of his readership, which may very
well include friends of the defen defendant
dant defendant who knew he was tried and
acquitted of cheating.
At the sufferance of this Court,
Mr. Boynton was allowed to stay.
By failing to reveal that he was
an Alligator columnist, and se sequestering
questering sequestering his real motives in
staying, Mr. Boynton has demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated irresponsibility not only
as a journalist, but also as a
student, and for this reason may
not be a very appropriate critic
of the Honor System.

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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

for sale
13 CATAMARAN SAILBOAT-rig SAILBOAT-rigging,
ging, SAILBOAT-rigging, trailer, complete SSOO. Phone
376*1487. (A-149-st-c)

8 x 45 TRAILER with 14 x 30
cabana. Air conditioned. For sale
now or Sept. Price: Open but rea reasonable.
sonable. reasonable. 376-3120. (A- 149-6 t-p)
REFRIGERATOR. Large like new
General Electric. Freezing com compartment
partment compartment across top, completely
frost free, roll around shelves,
storage in door, butter tray, $75.
Call Sern Seykora 376-3261 ext.
2832, 8-5 P.M. (A-149-3t-nc)
FENDER SUPER REVERB AMP.
Excellent Condition, one year old.
$250.00 Phone 372-3305 After 5
P.M. (A-14 D-st-c)
BUY AT COST PLUS 10%.
Air conditioners (All sizes) in including
cluding including perfect fits for Diamond,
Schuht, and Corry Villiages. 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)
1963 MOBILE HOME, LIBERTY,
two bedroom, 1 1/2 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)
FOR SALE: HOMETTE, 52x10,
air conditioned. Pay part of equity
plus 56 payments. 378-5293. (A (A---150-3t-p)
--150-3t-p) (A---150-3t-p)
64 HONDA 90, runs good, SIOO.
376-0221 between 2:30 and 4:30
p.m. or after 10:30 p.m. (A-150-
3t-c)
GRETSCH GUITAR AND GIBSON
AMPLIFIER. MUST SELL! Phone
372-1280 days or 372-2710 after
5 p.m. (A-148-Bt-C)
FOR SEPTEMBER OCCUPANCY
2-bedroom CB, corner lot, built builtin
in builtin kitchen, carpets and drapes,
by owner. Student family qualified.
Assume low payments. 2241 NW
55th Terrace, or call 378-1845.
(A-149-3t-c)
APARTMENT FURNISHJNGS FOR
SALE. Reasonable, including
Chair, couch, complete bedroom
set, lamps, dining room table with
chairs, dishes, etc. Call 378-1048
after 6 p.m. weekdays or any time
weekends. See at 1709 NW 7th St.
(A-151-lt-c)
10 by 45 FOOT MOBILE HOME
1962, two bedroom, carpeted,front
kitchen, light wood paneling. S2OO
equity and take up payments. 376-
9596 after 6 p.m. (A-151-ts-c)
4*!
PERFECT FOR COUPLE, 1958
Nashua (30x8) with living room,
bedroom, storage addition. Air
conditioned, pool, $l,lOO or best
offer. 378-6052. (A-151-4t-c)
MOBILE HOME FOR SALE: 50
by 10*; two bedroom. Low equity
and assume payments. Phone 376-
*0044 after 5:30 or on weekends.
(A-151-ts-c)
TWO BEDROOM 1965 PACE PACEMAKER
MAKER PACEMAKER MOBILE HOME, 50 x 10.
Take over payments of $67.59
monthly- Located at Lot #9 Pine Pinehurst
hurst Pinehurst Trailer Park. Call 378-
3866 after 6 p.m. (A-151-3t-c)

for sale j
HANSEN SURFBOARD 96,
S7O with rack. 372-0508. (A-151-
lt-c)
TV PLUS ANTENNA S2O, Call
378-3683. (A-151-lt-c)
- - ~
MUST SELLVOX Essex Amp.
(18 heavy duty speaker)l966
model, excellent for guitar, bass
or organlike new condition, new
price $795. Asking $295 or best
offer. Call 372-2749. (A-151-
3t-nc)
DOBERMAN PUPS, AKC, champ championed
ioned championed sired, males only, SIOO.
Phone 481-2480 or 481-2362. (A (A---147-3t-c)
--147-3t-c) (A---147-3t-c)
for rent
LARGE AIR CONDITIONED COR CORNER
NER CORNER BEDROOM, man only. Pri Private
vate Private entrance and bath. One mile
from campus, linens furnished,
376-3665 or 376-5219. (B-150-
it-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- 146-2 t-C)
RENT REDUCED to SIOO for mod modern
ern modern furnished 2 bedroom a/c a apartment
partment apartment near university (922 SW
6th Ave.) Call 372-1714. (B-149-
.
vVHY 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-142-10t-C)
LARGE UPSTAIRS AIR CONDI CONDITIONED
TIONED CONDITIONED ROOM. Can accomodate
1 to 3 persons, male or female.
Low summer rates. 105 NW 7th
Terrace. 378-4018. (B-149-st-c)
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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)

COLLEGE TERRACE STUDIO
Apartments for two. By day, week
or month. Roommates available
S4O per month rent per person for
B Term. 378-2221. (B-147-st-Q
AIR CONDITIONED EFFICIENCY
APARTMENTS, close to campus
with pool for two persons. Uni University
versity University Apartments. $65 or S7O
per month. 376-8990. (B-151-It-c)
CLEAN SINGLE ROOM S2O per
month. Men and upper classmen
only. 1614 NW 3rd Place. Call
372-2946 for appointment. (B-151-
lt-c)
FURNISHED APARTMENT, 1617
NW 3rd Place. Air conditioned,
near campus, $95 per month. Call
376-5190. (B-151-ts-c)
wanted
AM LOOKING FOR one or more
roommates with existing housing
situations for. fall. If sincerely
interested, contact Sue, 1025 Rawl Rawlings.
ings. Rawlings. (C-149-st-p)

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wanted
.a
ROOMMATE to share one bedroom
apartment, female, senior or grad graduate
uate graduate student. Air conditioned and
pool. Phone 372-1036. (C-148-
2t-c)
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED.
Fall. S4O. Walking distance, air
conditioned, pool, 376-2222. (C (C---1
--1- (C---1
HELP! Three coeds need a fourth
for University Gardens Apartment.
Sept. June.- Contact Lori, Room
2126, 376-9334. (C-150-3t-nc)
WANTED: STUDENT DRIVER to
take car to New York City July
16. Call 376-3211, ext. 5204 Dr.
Robbins. (C-151-ts-c)
WANTED: FEMALE ROOMMATE
Land Mark apartment on pool,
$45 per month, remainder of B-
Term. 376-6619. (C-151-2t-c) y
11 1 i..
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED
FOR Williamsburg Apartment.
Starting Fall. Call 378-4613. (C (C---1
--1- (C---1
help wanted
MEDICAL SECRETARY-RECEP SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST,
TIONIST, SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST, .salary commensurate
with ability. Send complete resume
to P. O. Box 12427, Univ. Sta Station
tion Station stating training and exper experience.
ience. experience. (E-149-ts-c)
A n
STAFF ARTIST to handle cartoons
and serious art on local, state
and national news. Experienced
fine arts student preferred. Most
work can be done at home. Pay Payment
ment Payment by assignment. Contact Al Alligator
ligator Alligator Executive Editor. (E-151-
tf-nc)
MALE SUBJECTS, evenings, $2.00
for 10 min. native english speaker
with normal speech and hearing.
Call 378-6497 for appointment.
(E-151-lt-c)
ONE MALE TO COOK FROM 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. Uniform and lunch
furnished, inquire Jerrys South.
See Manager. (E-148-10t-C)
autos
1958 VW SUN TOP, runs good,
$250. 376-3763. (G-151-4t-c)

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PLYMOUTH SPORTS FURY, 1956
two door RPM, radio,
heater, conditioned air, power
steering, good condition. Call 376-
5892 after 4:30 p.m. (G-151-3t-c)
personal
KITTEN: 3 months old, part
angora, FREE. Call 378-2971. (J (J---151-3t-nc)
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trees, garage, low down payment.
SIOO per month. Students okay.
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Dean Kimball Wiles of the UF
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ucators educators and abandonment of slo slogans,
gans, slogans, banners and bandwagons.
Dean Wiles spoke to faculty and
students o, the college in the
opening talk of the annual Faculty
Lecture Series which will bring
State School Supt. Floyd Chris Christian
tian Christian and Florida Education Asso Association
ciation Association Executive Secretary Phil
Constans here in coming weeks.
We have to accept the fact
that education is not yet a science,
said Dean Wiles, and that it is
now in the theory-forming stage.
Each innovation must be tested
as any other scientific hypothesis
before it becomes accepted, he
pointed out.
Until we do this, one mans
truth will be another mans pre prejudice.
judice. prejudice.
For the summer session, Dean
Wiles urged his audiencemany
of whom are Florida teachersto
formulate theories based on their
present knowledge and study, then
collect evidence of the theories
success when they return to their
classrooms in the fall.
He expressed hope that faculty
and students will become co cosearchers

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Celebrating the Fourth of July weekend is a tradition no red-,
white-, or blue-blooded American misses. But if you are one of the
unfortunates who is confined to campus this weekend, dont dispair.
The Gainesville Kiwianas Club and other local civic clubs are
sponsoring a fireworks display at Florida Field. Harvey W. Layton,
local banker, has organized a patriotic show complete with flags,
firecrakers and entertainment. U. S. Hep Don Fuqua will speak.
The progarm begins at 7:30 p.m.
The King and I with Yul Brynner and Deborah Kerr is being
shown on Saturday at 7 and 9 p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union
auditorium. This cinemascopic version of the Broadway hit was
acclaimed by critics to be the perfect musical.
The Florida Cinema Society is presenting The Sheep Has Five
Legs in the auditorium on Sunday. This French comedy stars
Fernandel in the parts of a winemaker and his five sons. Show
time is 7 and 9 p.m.
A James Bond Thriller, You Only Live Twice is now playing
at the Center Theater.
Triple Cross with Yul Brynner, Christopher Plummer, and
Homme Schneider will be showing at the Plaza Theater.
Hawaii is still playing at the Florida Theater.
The comedy A F'unny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
with Phil Silvers and Buster Keaton wil 1 be playing this weekend
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searchers cosearchers for truth and that pro professors
fessors professors will share their doubts
and their questions as well as their
knowledge and their investiga investigations.
tions. investigations.
Dean Wiles noted that recent
federal programs have shifted edu education
cation education from an implementation of
local policy to an instrument of
national policy.
In effect, he said, the fed federal
eral federal government is saying, The
future of this country depends on
the quality of its education and
were going to see that it goes
in the direction we think is right.
Educators for too long, he said,
have been asking the wrong ques questions.
tions. questions.
Instead of How do people
learn?, we should be asking what
learning styles do pupils have and
can we adapt our instruction to
accomodate them.
Too oftejn, education has been
subjected to a Madison Avenue
approach in its innovation, the dean
said. Recalling a recent promise
of an agency to publicize an exper experiment
iment experiment here only if its results con confirmed
firmed confirmed the agencys theories, Dean
Wiles acknowledged both educators
and laymen are equally guilty of
relying on slogans instead of truth.

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address all administrative notices and general
11 gUld notices to division of information services
NOTICES TO PUBLIC FUNCTIONS LIT TTTjI lIT TT~ T | ill TV.T
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Friday, June 30
Florida Union: Entertainment,
Florida Union Cafeteria, 5 p.m.
Chess Club: 118 Union, 7 p.m.
Bent Card Coffee House: Enter Entertainment,
tainment, Entertainment, 1826 West Univ. Ave.,
two shows nightly, 9:30 and 11:30
p.m. Admission 50$, free coffee.

UNION TRIPS: Trip to Mexico
City, Acapulco and Taxco Aug.
12-31, sponsored by the J. Wayne
Reitz Union. For information, call
Ext. 2741.
ETS GRE: The Graduate Record
Examination will be held at 8:45
a.m. Saturday, July 8, in Walker
Auditorium.
CAMP WAUBURG CLOSED:
Camp Wauburg will be closed Mon Monday,
day, Monday, July 3.

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ETS FOREIGN LANGUAGE EX EXAMINATIONS:
AMINATIONS: EXAMINATIONS: July 7, is the dead deadline
line deadline for paying examination fee to
University of Florida Cashier,Stu Cashier,Student
dent Cashier,Student Service Center, for the ETS
Foreign Language Examination (in
French, German and Russian) to
be given August 5 and for pro providing
viding providing receipt of payment to the
Graduate School Office, 235 Tigert
Hall, where admission ticket will
be given.
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.

Saturday, July 1
Movie: The King and I, Union
Auditorium, 7 and 9:30 p.m.
Bent Card Coffee House: Enter Entertainment,
tainment, Entertainment, 1826 West Univ. Ave.,
two shows nightly, 9:30 and 11:30
p.m. Admission 50$, free coffee.

STATE TEACHER SCHOLAR SCHOLARSHIP
SHIP SCHOLARSHIP LOAN HOLDERS: Scholar Scholarship
ship Scholarship funds are now available,
Scholarship Section, Student Ser Service
vice Service Center for the Spring Trimes Trimester.
ter. Trimester.
STATE NURSING SCHOLAR SCHOLARSHIP
SHIP SCHOLARSHIP LOAN HOLDERS: Scholar Scholarship
ship Scholarship funds are now available,
Scholarship Section, Student Ser Service
vice Service Center for the Spring Tri Trimester.
mester. Trimester.
PRINTING OFFICE CLOSED:
Printing Division will be closed
all day Friday, June 30, 1967, for
Inventory.

Sunday, July 2
Movie: The Sheep Has Five
Legs, Union Auditorium, 7 and
9 p.m.
Monday, July 3
Student Government Childrens
Recreation Program Alachua

PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS
Students must be registered with
the Placement Service to inter interview.
view. interview. Sign-up sheets are posted
two weeks in advance of the in interview
terview interview date at J. Wayne Reitz
Union, Room 22. All companies
will be recruiting for August grads
unless otherwise indicated.
JULY 6-7: BLOUNT BROTHERS
CORP., Montgomery, Ala. Bldg.
Constr. Aug. & Dec. grads.
JULY 12-13: THE BELL SYS SYSTEM,
TEM, SYSTEM, Jacksonville, Fla. All Bus.,
Lib. Arts, Sci., EE, IE, Math,
Ps. Management development pro program.
gram. program. Aug. & Dec. grads.

County Recreation Program: 10
to 12 a.m. Held at J. J. Fin Finley
ley Finley Elementry School. Ages: 6
to 16 Buses will leave from
village stores at 9:25 a.m. Open
to children of married students
only.
Painting For Fun: 118 Union, 7:15
p.m.

PROGRESS TESTS
Students in the following courses
are expected to take these tests.
Each student must bring a No.
2 lead pencil and will be re required
quired required to use his SOCIAL SECUR SECURITY
ITY SECURITY NUMBER.
CBS 261 PROGRESS TEST (B
Term): Tuesday, July 11, 7 p.m.
in Walker Auditorium.
CBS 262 PROGRESS TEST (B
Term): Tuesday, July 11, 7 p.m.
in Walker Auditorium.



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SPOT? PS EDITOR

Feeling run-down? Gainesville's summer heat making you
feel edgy? You need a lift then, try STP.
STP is producing a hallucinatory explosion in California,
where it is reported that one 25-year old man died because of
taking it internally.
In fact, users of STP have noted that it is more powerful than
LSD. It takes three or four days to come down" from STP,
as opposed to eight to 12 hours with LSD.
This STP is not the motor lubricant that one uses for his
high-performance engines. This STP is a drug, similar in effect
to a secret military nerve gas.
STP, according to its users, is the "caviar of psychedelics."
So the next time your engine needs lubricating, get charged
up with STP, it costs no more than the higher-priced drug.
But beware, your battery may run down.
INTRAMURALS START
The Intramural program, in four sports, will wait till the
passing of the July 4 holiday before beginning their own fireworks.
Leonard Hall, graduate assistant in charge of the registration
and scheduling of teams in tennis, softball, handball and bowling,
said that competit will not begin until the sth.
At that time softball on six fields will start. Hall mentioned
that 14 teams have signed up before the yesterday's noon deadline.
Bowling is tentatively to start on the 10th, Monday, with about
nine teams doing battle at Palm Lanes.
Tuesday, the day after, finds tennis and handball competition
starting with activity in the afternoon.
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All four sports will have a champion and turee of them will
be run in tournament fashion. Except for softball, each sport
will run a single-elimination tournament. Softball, as in A-term,
will find its champion from the winner of its two brackets, based
on a win-loss percentage.
The Intramural sports program will run straight through B Bterm
term Bterm until about a week before finals.
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!, The Florida Alligator, Friday, June 30,1967

Florida, Carnes Host
Decathlon Championships

The UF will host the third an annual
nual annual National USTFF Decathlon
Championship this Saturday and
Sunday afternoon at 3.
Over 20 nationally ranked track trackmen
men trackmen will take part in the gruel grueling
ing grueling 10 event meet. All athletes
will compete in five events on
Saturday and five on Sunday. The
events include: 100 meters, high
jump, broad jump, shot and 400
meters on Saturday and the 110
meter high hurdles, discus, jav javelin,
elin, javelin, pole vault and 1500 meters on
Sunday.
Defending Champion Phil Mul Mulkey,

Is Rentz Angel Deserting Him?
Could Be With Case Os Mono

By 808 PADECKY
Assistant Sports Editor
It must seem to Larry Rentz
that his guardian angel is not
watching over him these days.
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Rentz, star deep safety off of
last years Florida football team
as a sophombre, hurt his shoulder
during the winter trimester in
a wrestling match. The injury
was so severe that an operation had
to be performed and several pins
had to be inserted in his left shoul shoulder.
der. shoulder.
The healing process took time
and finally at the end of the tri trimester,
mester, trimester, Rentz was recuperating so
fast that his coach, Ray Graves,
announced cheerfully, Larry will
be 100 per cent healthy in the fall.
But now, Gator Ray is not so
certainfor Rentz has monomu monomucleuosis,
cleuosis, monomucleuosis, or its seems that way.
Larry started losing pounds
during A-term, said Graves,
and getting weaker and weaker.
Since he wasnt going to school dur during
ing during B-term, I asked him to go
home in Miami to his uncle who
is a doctor and get straightened
out*
His uncle is going to call
me within a few weeks and let me
know the condition, adds Graves.
Graves stated that right now he
lists Rentz as a starter in the fall
for his Gators and that his sickness
is only a touch of mono.
Rentz, slim and anguarl to begin
with, now weighs 145 pounds,
hardly a weight that Graves would
like him to have in UFs first
game, September 18 at Florida
Field against the University of Il Illinois.
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ished finished second to Mulkey in the
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considered one of the finest dec decathlon
athlon decathlon men in the country. He
has taken part in the Olympics
and is truly a dedicated champion.
UFs Hager
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Scott Hager has been selected to
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