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Three UF students paint flowers
on each other during the love-in
held in the Plaza of the Americas
Friday afternoon.

REGISTRAR TELLS DIALOGUE
$25 Late Fee
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Can Be Excused

By JANE GOULD
Alligator Staff Writer
Students who register late but
have good reasons may not have
to pay the $25 late fee, UF Reg Registrar
istrar Registrar Richard H. Whitehead told
a Dialogue discussion group
Thursday.
Organized to fight a definite
lack of communication between
faculty and students, Florida Blue
Key's Dialogue program met for
the first time Thursday, to dis discuss
cuss discuss registration and counseling.
The talks specifically entailed
the $25 late registration fee, aca academic
demic academic counseling, and registration
appointments. Participating in the
discussion were Vice-President
Robert B. Mautz, Registrar Rich Richard
ard Richard H. Whitehead, Dr. Franklin
A. Doty, dean of the University
College, Dr. John A. Dunkle, assis assistant
tant assistant dean of the University Col Col*
* Col* lege, and several members of
Blue Key's Campus Affairs Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. The meeting was directed
by Charles Egerton.
Calling the $25 late registration
fee punitive, Cllf McClelland
said students are curious about
the jump from $5 to $25. White Whitehead
head Whitehead said the fee, which was set
by the Faculty Senate, is meant
to reduce the number of late reg registrants.
istrants. registrants. Dean Dunkle added that
late registration means added con confusion-closed
fusion-closed confusion-closed sections, missing
the first day of school, and using
classroom teachers for counsel counseling
ing counseling after classes have started.
However, the administrators

Former UF Coed Stars
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hastened to add that students with
valid reasons for registering late
aren't penalized.
Students who think they have
a good excuse should appeal the
fee to the appeals board, said
Whitehead. Generally, there are
three types of valid conditions,
he said. A mistake in eigher
the registrars office or the in individual
dividual individual college, and a circum circumstance
stance circumstance that would make it im impossible
possible impossible for the student to regis register
ter register on timeie. an auto acci accident.
dent. accident.
The biggest complaints from
students stem from counseling,
said McClelland. Students are
concerned about having different
counselors every time; and some
feel that counselors in the Uni University
versity University College have inadequate
(SEE 'DIALOGUE' PAGE 2)

Wauburg Revamping Plans
Include Camping Facilities

A massive construction project
at Camp Wauburg, including a
large, rustic bunting lodge, res restaurant,
taurant, restaurant, swimming pool, and a
caretakers home is under con consideration
sideration consideration by Student Government,
UF Student Body President Charles
Shepherd told the Alligator re recently.
cently. recently.
Plans are still in the early
planning stages, the president said.
In fact, he is still mapping out

Faye Dunaway, who stars in the
motion picture Hurry Sundown"
now playing at the Gainesville
Drive-In Theater, is a former
UF coed and Florida Player.
Henry Hughes, owner of the the theater,
ater, theater, announced last week a con contest
test contest open to UF students, partic particularly
ularly particularly Florida Players, who would
like to talk to Miss Dunaway about
her career. Hughes said a draw drawing
ing drawing will be held Wednesday night.
The winner will talk to Miss
Dunaway long-distance in Holly Hollywood,
wood, Hollywood, Cal.

Hippies have apparently ex exhumed
humed exhumed the ancient art of painting
figures on bodies to symbolize
their unexpressed* emotions.

Vol. 59, No. 158

Utilities Deposit Proposal Up
For Legislative Council Vote

The proposal to nix the S3O
utilities deposit required from stu students
dents students living off campus was passed
by the Gainesville City Commis Commission
sion Commission last week.
The next step for the Student
Government plan is consideration
by the Legislative Council.
Student Body Vice-President
Jim Valentine expects that the
proposal will be placed on the
Council's Tuesday night agenda.

plans with Student Body Treasurer
Don Braddock.
But if the program gets under underway
way underway in the fail, some of the im improvements
provements improvements could be ready by
spring, Shepherd said.
The proposed plan will come
before the Wauburg Board the
first week in September. Shepherd
said he sees no reason why it
will not be accepted.
According to tentative plans, the
project would be financed by a
$1.5 million bond issue based on
$85,000 from SG reserves. The
bond would be gradually repaid by
allocating a part of each years
SG budget.
,- Plans call for formation of a
corporation to oversee the pro project
ject project and administer Wauburg. SG
officers would serve in offices cor corresponding
responding corresponding with their SG posts.
The president would serve as cor corporation
poration corporation president; the treasurer,
corporation treasurer; members
of Legislative Council, members
of the board.
The plan is similar to one used
by FSUs student government to
finance an olympic-slze swimming
pool near FSUs student union,
Shepherd said.
Wauburg plans include facilities
and equipment for canoeing, water waterskiing,
skiing, waterskiing, volleyball, horseshoes,
softball, football, tennis, chess,
pick nicking, and minimum facil facilities
ities facilities for rough camping, accord according
ing according to the chief executive.

The Florida
Alligator

About two dozen hippies staged
a love-in -in the Plaza of the
Americas Friday afternoon prov proving
ing proving that there definitely is a
flower power faction on campus.
They wore flowers in their hair,
flowers painted on their bodies,
and Haight-Ashbury-type garb.
Curious onlookers were handed
flowers by the bearded and beaded
participants.
It's a basic love experience,
Les Lewis, an organizer of the
-in, was quoted in the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun. With the world at war,
he further stated, we lose sight
of some of the simpler things life
has to offer. But with experiences
such as this one, we try to trans transcend
cend transcend the idea of war.
Lewis, not listed as a UF stu student,
dent, student, and his three-year-old son
Gary sat close to the Graduate
Research Library with the other
hippies blowing bubbles.
Another hippie, Donna Rice,

University of Florida

The meeting will be the last be before
fore before next fall.
Majority Floor Leader Greg
Johnson, when contacted by the
Alligator, indicated that he could
not foresee the proposal's chances
with the Council.
Secretary of Housing Jack Zu Zucker
cker Zucker said, however, that he ex expected
pected expected the Council to be the plan's
biggest hurdle. He added that the
Council has not always been in

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mess of an ice cream contest. This was part
of the festivities at the Reitz Union during
Fun Week, which ended Friday.

3JM, said that there is a fairly
large hippie community in Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, though only a camparative
handful turned-out for the im impromptu
promptu impromptu love-in.
Miss Rices only explanation was
that many local hippies may not
have participated because they felt
the love-in was so unplanned that
others of the flower power would
not show up.
The group which came to watch
the love-in, which lasted only
a little more than an hour, was
three times as large as the number
of participants. Most of them were
just curious bystanders and photo photographers.
graphers. photographers.
One of the love-in group, a girl,
was painted a bright orange all
over and wore a mod dress. An Another,
other, Another, a man, was wearing light lightcolored
colored lightcolored levi cutoffs and a crown
of flowers on his head. IBs beard
completed the pseudo- Christ garb.

Tuesday July 25, 1967

agreement with the executive
branch of student government.
According to the plan, student
government would put ig> a $15,000
deposit in a pilot program for
1,000 students to secure their
utility accounts instead of the stu students
dents students paying the usual S3O deposit.
Students would pay a $2 fee for
the deposit on a first come, first
served basis.



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THE SIMPLE THINGS
Les Lewis sits on the sidewalk in front
of the Research Library, with flowers in his,
hair and watches his son blowing bubbles,
in Fridays love-in, (Photos by Mike Huddleston)

(FROM PAGE I)
knowledge of upperdivision re requirements."
quirements." requirements."
Dean Dunkle gave a rundown
of University College counseling,
stating that a peak of 30-40 ad advisers
visers advisers work during registration
and the drop-add period. A group
of eight counsels year round, on
a six-hour week basis, he said.
All freshmen are counseled,"
he said, and sophomores some sometimes
times sometimes are referred to upperdiv upperdivlsion
lsion upperdivlsion advisers. Students can ask
for the adviser they want, though
he may not be on duty."
Counseling is in a pathetic
state," said Blue Key's Larry
Tyree. He based his opinion on
parents' statements concerning the
counseling their children have re received.
ceived. received.
We can't increase the number
of counselors,*' said Dean Doty.
We'd have to take them from
teaching. Counseling is effected by
turnover and human fatigue, which
an increased number would help."
Could these academic coun counselors,
selors, counselors, who are trained in their
academic discipline, be exposed to
counseling techniques?" Tyree
asked. We just want advisors
with warmth and interest," he
added.

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Dialogue

Professional advisers who deal
with nothing but students'problems
could become one-sided, callous,"
cautioned Dean Dunkle. That's
why we use classroom teachers.
Again, the problem of quantity
forces counselors to be efficient
rather than friendly. The school
has an urban atmosphere."
McClelland wondered about the
possibility of placing academic
counseling in the hands of resi resident
dent resident assistants. Students like
them better," be said.
Dean Doty said they would be
fine for preliminary, informal ad advising
vising advising but not for official counsel counseling,
ing, counseling, like program changes.
Os course students like resi resident
dent resident advisers better," he said.
They can't control students'fate.
We're the taskmasters."
The third topic discussed was
registration appointments, which
are arranged in order of grade gradepoint
point gradepoint averages. Some students feel
it is an unfair burden on stu students
dents students with low averages, who end
up with odd-hour classes because
sections are closed.
The administrators agreed that
this system is fairer than an
alphabetical arrangement.

Dont Come To Miami,
Teachers Urge GOP

The Dade County Classroom
Teachers Association (DCCTA)
has warned the National Committee
of the Republican Party that to
hold its presidential convention
in Miami Beach could reap un-
Music Clinic
Will Include
UF Concerts
High school musicians from
throughout Florida will be on the
UF campus through Sunday for
the eighth annual Gatorland Music
Clinic.
Specialized class instruction
will be given on all instruments,
in voice and in music theory
by the faculty of the university's
Department of Music. Richard W.
Bowles, director of the Gator Band,
will coordinate the week-long pro program.
gram. program.
A stage band, fashioned after
the large dance bands, will in include
clude include the 20 outstanding musicians.
This band will provide dance music
following a banquet July 28 in the
J. Wayne Reitz Union.
All 160 musicians attending the
clinic will be featured in ensem ensembles
bles ensembles during an afternoon concert
Sunday in the Department of Music
auditorium (Building R).
That evening all musicians will
present the final summer twilight
concert beginning at 6:45 in the
Plaza of the Americas. More out outstanding
standing outstanding musicians may be se selected
lected selected as soloists.
Two evenings of movies spot spotlighting
lighting spotlighting college marching bands
will be shown during the clinic.

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favorable national publicity for the
party.
In a telegram to Committee
Chairman Ray Bliss, DCCTA Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Secretary Pat L. Tornillo
Jr. warned that national publicity
might reflect unfavorably on the
Republican Party as a result of
holding its presidential convention
in a state that is under national
sanctions for not meeting the needs
of the children of that state."
Mexico Trip
Still Has
Openings
There are still four or five
vacancies for the Union Board Boardsponsored
sponsored Boardsponsored trip to Mexico in Aug August,
ust, August, according to Dr. Delbert E.
Sterrett, program director of the
Union and guide for the tour.
The trip costs $330 per person
and includes air transportation
from Miami, first class hotels,
handling of baggage, bullfight and
ballet tickets, 13 meals, guide
service, and all transportation,"
Sterrett said.
The tourists will spend three
days in Mexico City, one day in
Taxco, and two days in Acapulco,
sightseeing, swimming, fishing,
and taking side trips.
A reception will be held August
1 for the trip's participants in
lounge 123, Reitz Union, at 7:30
p.m.
A short film, in color, will be
shown at the reception.
The tour will leave Miami In International
ternational International Airport Saturday, Aug August
ust August 12, and will return to Miami,
Monday, August 21.

At the annual convention of the
National Education Association in
Minneapolis this month, delegates
representing over a million teach teachers
ers teachers from every state voted over overwhelmingly
whelmingly overwhelmingly to uphold the support
of national sanctions against Flor Florida
ida Florida and its Governor Claude Kirk.
Bliss and other members of the
Republican National Committee
earlier this year conferred in Mi Miami
ami Miami Beach with Gov. Claude Kirk
and others concerning a site for
the convention.
In normal times, the teachers
of this state would be pleased
to endorse Miami Beach as well
as its convention facilities and
would be pleased to the Repub Republican
lican Republican Party in any way possible
during the convention/* Tornillos
telegram said.
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f Taming Os The Shrew
Was Love That Rough?

Love making cant be as rough as it is made
out to be when Columbia Pictures presents The
Taming of the Shrew* now showing at the Florida
Theatre in Technicolor. The 122-minute motion
picture is recommended for its humor in the
Shakespearean tradition.
Filmed in Italy in the town of Padua 12 miles
outside of Rome, Taming of the Shrew* is William
Shakespeares 16th Century comedy about the pur pursuit
suit pursuit and marriage of a cantankerous young woman
by a lusty, robust nobleman.
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton have teamed
up in both acting and producing roles assisted by
the Italian Director-Producer Franco Zeffirelli.
Burton contends that together they have gathered
some of the finest acting talent in England.
In the film, Burton portrays Petruchio, a lusty
gentleman while Elizabeth Taylor plays the shrew,
Kate who, as it might appear, is angry because

MORE THAN 600 IN FALL

UF Foreign Enrollment Grows

American students at the UF
will be hosts for more than 600
foreign students who will begin
or continue their studies on cam campus
pus campus this fall.
Promoting international edu education,
cation, education, especially among the de developing*
veloping* developing* countries is a major
consideration in the U. 5., said
Glean A. Farris, for sign student
adviser at UF.
Farris repeated Secretary of
State Daan Rusks claim that in internal
ternal internal xial education, as practiced
by the U.S., is a powerful but
silent extension of American for foreign
eign foreign policy.
Farris is proud of the large
representation of many foreign
countries at UF.
Among the 65 countries repre represented
sented represented are Cuba, India, China,
Canada, many of the European
and Latin-American countries, and
such small countries as Aruba,
Kuwait, Malasia, the Sudan, and
Vietnam.
Farris is pleased with the re response
sponse response that American students give
to the newcomers.

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many benefits which will help them
as citizens in a country which
has had the role of world lead leadership
ership leadership thrust upon it, Farris said.
American students and profes professors
sors professors at UF enjoy an international
resource of culture and exper experience
ience experience which should be developed

Sex In Stacks? Nope
Only In The Books

Students interested in erotic lit literature
erature literature will find a wide selection
of reference material in the grad graduate
uate graduate research library, but they may
have a hard time checking it out.
Some examples of the capti captivating**
vating** captivating** literature to be found are:
Sex Ratios and Age Ratios in
North American Ducks,* by Frank
C. Bellrose and, Sexual Behavior
in Penguins,* by Lancelot E. Rich Richdale.
dale. Richdale.

Tuesday, July 25, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

by TQM K. RYAN
( PERCENT, TojPlHflHffi
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her sister, Bianca, is so beautiful and so pur pursued
sued pursued and she is so alone.
A veteran Shakespearean actor, Burtons first
comedy role comes in Taming of the Shrew.*
As Kates suitor, he runs a sporting chase that
takes him out upon a roof top only to go crashing
down through the weakly supported rafters alone
with Kate, the shrew. The result is an exhausting
but entertaining courtship with an eventual mar marriage.
riage. marriage.
Except for the sometimes hard to follow Shakes Shakespearean
pearean Shakespearean dialogue, the film is a delightful account
of 16th Century drama. Both Burton and Miss
Taylor perform supurbly in their roles.
The film is in the festive color that one might
imagine. Burton and Zeffirelli did a marvelous job
of recreating the old city of Padua.
The Taming of the Shrew* will be at the Florida
three more weeks.

by them for a broadened and more
meaningful education, Farris says.
All of the foreign students at
UF are able to speak and write
in English. In fact, with the ex exception
ception exception of visa qualifications, there
is little academic difference be between
tween between them and American stu studentsboth
dentsboth studentsboth meet the same basic
requirements for admission.

For a more scholarly treatment
of the subject, consider: Sexual
Dichromatism and the Distribution
of Carotenoids in the Cholae of
Callinectes Sapid us," by Thomas
S. Hopkins.
In the rare book collection or
in limited circulation* one may
find the more popular tomes:
Lady Chatterlys Lover/ Can Candy/'
dy/' Candy/' and Fanny Hill.*'
A book is put Into the rare
book collection because of its age,
rarity, or if it is an autographed
first edition/* said Dr. Margaret
Goggins, librarian-in-charge.
If a book Is in limited cir circulation/
culation/ circulation/ it means that it is some somewhat
what somewhat less than rare but still rare
enough to be taken out of general
circulation/* she said.
Dr. Goggins also said that books
of this type, if not put into limited
circulation, tend to disappear.
We dont do this to deny access
to the books, but merely to assure
ourselves of having a copy if some someone
one someone calls for one/* she said.
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> The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, July 25,1967

The Florida
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The Thief
Friday's Alligator carried, on its
front page, a resolution censuring
those who have worked against the
best interests of education in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. We asked students, faculty and
staff members who agreed with the
resolution*s sentiments to add their
signatures, Trip the resolutions from
the page, and drop them into col collection
lection collection boxes around the campus.
Unfortunately, we will never know
how many signatures the resolution
prompted. Three of the six collec collection
tion collection boxes were stolen.
The right to disagree is basic.
But so is the method of disagreeing.
Whoever stole two boxes from the
west end of Little Hall (the gen general
eral general classroom building) and one from
the College of Education did more
than express a point of view. He
or they effectively prevented hun hundreds
dreds hundreds and possibly thousands of the
nearly 10,000 students enrolled here
from expressing THEIR points of
view.
To whoever took the boxes we're
sorry that you consider your point
of view too weak to withstand legit legitimate
imate legitimate criticism.
You weren't honest enough to de defend
fend defend your opinions openly. It's too
bad. Somehow we feel you could
have made your point better.
Betrayal ?
A tuition ceiling of $125 per quar quarter
ter quarter has been established by the Florida
Legislature. But don't breathe a sigh
of relief yet tuition may still
reach $l5O.
There are rumblings from Tigert
that top UF administrators will ap approach
proach approach the Legislature which be began
gan began a special session yesterday to
seek additional funds for junior col colleges
leges colleges and request another tuition
increase to provide more operating
funds for the universities.
Some days you just can't win.
A march on Tigert, anyone?

FROM THE EJUTCUCS DESK
Preview Os Coining Attractions

As UFs last trimester draws to a
closeand with it, my college career
I almost wish I weren't graduating
in a few weeks. Almost.
September will find the campus still
facing many of the problems which
caused so much turmoil during the
past yearthe debate over student
rights, the educational crisis, the pol political
itical political wars.
Watch for the new student code of
conduct to become an issue again.
More serious demonstrations were
avoided during Pamme Brewer's battle
with the Faculty Disciplinary Commit Committee
tee Committee at least in part because a reformed
conduct code seemed assured.
Now, with the Faculty Senate's re rejection

. a |L.
Go Back To Your Homes And Act Like Civ Civilized
ilized Civilized Human Beings"
The Land Os Poo

BY HAROLD KENNEDY
Alligator Managing Editor
CHRONICLES OF THE POODIAN
WARS: The same year that the lands
of Poo, Goo, Hoo, and Doo did battle
with the tyrant, Emperor Claude I,
over tribute, the tutors in the land
of Poo vetoed the Poodian rights re reform
form reform proclamation.
Medieval Poo was a land of schol scholars,
ars, scholars, according to ancient legends, and
although the scholars had their own
king, Charles, and the Council at Arms
to govern them, the tutors of the land
held ultimate power.
If a Poodian violated any of the
vaguely defined Statutes of Poo, he
was judged by a committee of tu tutors,
tors, tutors, rather than his peers.
Although the Poodian faced banish banishment
ment banishment from the kingdom upon convic conviction,
tion, conviction, he was refused due process of
law. Under the guise of counseling
him, tutors tried to extract a writ written
ten written confession from the Poodian.
Many of the statutes were so ill
defined that any tutor could make any
action a violation. One statute for forbade
bade forbade inappropriate and indiscriminate
conduct upon pain of banishment. What
was to be called inappropriate or
indiscriminate" was to be left in the
hands of the committee.
Poodians began to realize the in inequities
equities inequities of the Poodian Statues, when
a lovely girl, known today as St.
Pamela, was accused of breaking the
statute forbiding inappropriate or in indiscriminate"
discriminate" indiscriminate" conduct.

jection rejection of the new code, September's
students will once again find themselves
saddled with our present archaic code.
More demonstrations in the fall are
an odds-on possibility.
I cant help but wonder why the
Senate killed the revised code. In
the past, students and faculty have
been sympathetic toward each other's
causes. What happened this time?
If rumors are true that Tigerts
top administrators will ask the Leg Legislature
islature Legislature to boost tuition to $l5O to
help cover operating expenses, the
student leaders who fought a months monthslong
long monthslong battle to keep tuition down are
likely to feel completely betrayed.
Watch for them to call for drastic

Today, centuries after the event, it
is difficult to say just what her crime
was. The records of Poo tell us only
the statute the girl violated, iiot what
she did. Too bad, it would be inter interesting
esting interesting to know what inappropriate and
indiscriminate conduct" is.
At any rate, the banishment of St.
Pamela brought great protests from
the Poodian people. Hundreds of them
swarmed into Tutor Hall demanding
mercy for Pamela, but the tutors
would not listen.
Finally, King Charles, the shepherd
king, answered his people's call and
vowed to seek the revision of the
Poodian Statutes.
Charles appointed a royal commis commission
sion commission to recommend changes in the Sta Statutes
tutes Statutes of Poo, and after much study
it presented its report to the king.
- The lean, grey-haried young mon monarch
arch monarch received the commission's re report
port report in the royal throne room, read
it caregully, and was delighted with
it. The document called for broadly
increased rights for Poodians but re required
quired required increased responsibility from
them also.
4 Well done," He cried. General
Garcia, my signet ring," The kings
roost trusted aide brought .the *ring
and Charles stamped his insignia upon
the document and sent it to Tutor Hall.
For the revisions to take effect they
bad to receive the approval of the
Council of Tutors, a respected but
highly conservative body. It was here
(SEE "POO" PG. 5)

action--a boycott of classes or a
series of Tigert demonstrations or
worse. Would you believe letters to
each of UFs students asking them
to refuse to pay their tuition?
Governor Kirk's no-new-taxes
pledge isn't likely to stand up for
long under the pressure of financing
a growing state. Watch for him to
use the report of a special investigat investigating
ing investigating committee on financing as an ex excuse
cuse excuse for a tax session in the fall.
But don't count on a tax session
to help in the fight against a tuition
increase. If tuition hits $l5O before
the tax session, it will probably stay
at $l5O. Tuition has often been raised
in Florida, but it has never been
lowered.
On the campus political scene, United
Party is likely to find itself in deep
trouble in the fall elections for its
stand on retaining the card section.
Making United's stand all the more
ironic is the fact that it gained its
present dominance in Leg Council by
supporting fair seating at football
games last fall.
Borrowing a phrase from Alligator
Executive Editor Harold Aldrich, Uni United's
ted's United's stand on the card section reeks
of political overtones," and is likely
to cast Uniteds candidates in the fall
elections in the role of the bad guys
wearing black hats.
UF students will almost certainly
find themselves voting on a new con constitution
stitution constitution in the fall. Watch for Student
Body President Charles Shepherd to
make an attempt to put across a re reform
form reform constitution by direct referendum
to the student body, and watch for
Leg Council to fight it. Rumor has
it that Shepherd has been threatened
with impeachment the day he attempts
to bypass the council and put a con constitution
stitution constitution before the students.
The quarter system, far from relie relieving
ving relieving the pressure of the trimester,
will probably mean even more use
of midnight oil by already academically
shell-shocked students. Although the
quarter is supposed to allow intensive
study of between three and four courses
per term, at UF, students will find
themselves faced with between five and
six courses per quarter, particularly
students in the lower division.
Good luck, returning students. I
don't envy you. Five years ago the
university system jammed a semes semester's
ter's semester's work into a trimester. Now
you're going to have a trimester's
worked packed into a quarter.
And Florida's quest for greatness
as a university rolls 0n...
The Alligator, which has squirmed
under student government's financial
thumb for years, may gain its freedom
in the fail if Leg Council and the
administration go along with the Pub Publications
lications Publications Commission's recommend recommendations.
ations. recommendations. The commission suggested
autonomy for Student Publications, thus
setting the student press free from the
intimidating influence of outraged stud student
ent student politicos and administrators alike.
Well, UF, it's been hectic, but Its
been fun. I wish... almost... that f
were coming back.
Debate
Changed
A debate on the topic, **Vietnam:
A necessity or a catastrophe?" be between
tween between Alligator Editor Jim White and
David Morris, 7AS, has been post postponed
poned postponed until Monday, July 31.
The debate, originally scheduled for
Thursday, will be held in front of
the Graduate Research Library at 8
p.m. Morris will argue against UJS.
involvement in Vietnam, and White
will support UJS. activities there.
Students, faculty, staff and anyone
else interested in the topic are in invited
vited invited to attend. At the conclusion of
the debate, the speakers will answer
questions from the floor.



Protestors
Are Called
Cowards
EDITOR:
It is of incessant amazement
to me that so many men of
our generation can so aptly dis disguise
guise disguise their cowardness by apply applying
ing applying a mask of eloquent rhetoric
and obvious pettifogging.
These objectors, protestors,
draft-dodgers, or what have you,
may be rightor wrongconcern wrongconcerning
ing wrongconcerning the so called morality of the
Vietnam War. But, as has been
pointed out numerous times before,
right or wrong, we* re thereand
American GJ.s are dying every everyday.
day. everyday.
It is very convenient to sit
back and debate the political, econ economical,
omical, economical, or moral aspects of it,
all while someone else is being
shot at. It is even more con convenient
venient convenient when one realizes that
the entire world well-being is not
at stake in this comfortable arm armchair
chair armchair discussion.
This is supposedly a nation built
upon equality. If one 19-year-old
soldier, airman, or seaman can
die for his country, as so many
before him have, I cannot con conceivably
ceivably conceivably understand why an ob obvious
vious obvious coward, who calls himself
a moral objector, should be ex exempt
empt exempt from military service.
I therefore most heartily agree
with Mr. White. If one does not
wish to accept his military ob obligationin
ligationin obligationin return for the many
and varied benefits offered by
this nationthen go to Canada.
Go anywhere! You don't deserve
to be an American.
A VETERAN

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if
Land Os P 00...
(FROM PG. 4)

that the Poodian reform movement
tasted defeat.
The movement had some support
on the floor of the Council of
Tutors, but it ran into over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming opposition from the
councils leaders.
Count Lester sometimes cal called
led called Friar Lester, the court jes jester,
ter, jester, because of his super-piestic
code of morals and support of tu tutor
tor tutor policywas one of the leaders.
As the liason man between Pood Poodians
ians Poodians and tutors he denounced the
reforms as immoral.
Another leader against the re reforms
forms reforms was the head of the tu tutors,
tors, tutors, Count Jay, known as Jay
Wine-Rice* because of his taste
for oriental food. A soft spoken
and crafty man he denounced the
reforms because they would give
Poodians more freedom than they
can handle.

So the tutors, doing what their
leaders told them was best for
their students, voted not to give
the Poodians their reforms, and
the Poodians, lost even more re respect
spect respect for their well-meaning
teachers. Poodian leaders pre predicted
dicted predicted more trouble over the re reforms.
forms. reforms.
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Goodman Sources

EDITOR:
I would like to address several
questions to Mr. Don Goodman as
regards his article of July 18.
What is your source of information
as to the historical development
of Vietnam into the present situ situation,
ation, situation, particularly as regards the
feelings and desires of the people,
and how do you know this source
is accurate and reliable?
What is your source of infor information
mation information as to the intent of Am American
erican American foreign policy and the gov government's
ernment's government's attempts to cover up its
intentions and activities with
"propoganda"? Through what
sources have you been able to
sort fact from fiction in govern government
ment government statements, and particularly
government "propoganda"? Where
did you learn so many details about
the workings of the Communist
system, particularly as regards
S.E. Asia, and the peoples re reaction
action reaction to it?
What is your source, and how do
you know it is reliable, for the
"facts" you have enlightened us
with by your article? And, lastly,
there is one question I have al-
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SIOO, both in excellent condition.
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COMPLETELY FURNISHED
TRAILER $2000.00 cash. One bath.
Phone: 376-7406 for appointment.
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BEST PEAL ON CAMPUS
36*x8* trailer, one bedroom, fully
furnished, air conditioned, $1,500
or best offer. Call 372-5616 after
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FOR SALE 60x10 TRAILER 1 1/2
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THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH
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J. J. Finley Elem. School. Stove,
refrig, washer, dryer, dishwasher,
and air conditioning, all go with
house. Fenced yard, corner lot with
nice shade trees. Small down pay payment
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month. Call 378-1120. (A-158-
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'WHY LIVE IN A TRAFFIC JAMV
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
4>r 376-2818. (B-142-lOt-C)
YES! A few left for September
at Fabulous LA FONTANA high highrise.
rise. highrise. Adjacent to campus post of office.
fice. office. As low as $ 136/month for
up to four occupants. 376-7534 or
372-3576. (B-157-3t-c)
ROOM IN PRIVATE HOME. Quiet
comfortable for study. Available
August 1. Call 376-5368 or 376-
2100. See 202 NW 12th Terrace.
(B-157-ts-c)
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ished, furnished, living room, bedroom, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, refrigerator, bath plus tub,
723 SE sth Avenue. Available July
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open by the fall quarter. 378-
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blocks from campus. Call 372-
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WANTED: THREE ROOMMATES
to share large two bedroom, air
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WANTED: RIDE TO KNOXVILLE,
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help wanted
WANTED: Subjects for visual
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Contact Miss Hundly at 376-3211
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I, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, July 25,1967

UF has been hurting these past years.
Big-time football recruiters from Northern or
Western universities have emphasized to prospects
get away from your state, get away from your
parents."
But contrary to popular opinion, it behooves Florida
athletes to stay in Florida and go to UF.
The problem is even more acute on the local
scene, with many top athlete-scholars from Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville High School going out-of-state for their college
education.
And the thing is that they are better off in
Gainesville.
Says Perry Moore, Assistant Director of Ath Athletics,
letics, Athletics, When I was at University of Maryland, I
recruited a boy named Tommy Brown that lived
just two blocks from campus. Tommy had an out outstanding
standing outstanding college career and now is doing good work
for the Green Bay Packers."
For the Gators, Perry McGriff is an outstanding
example. All SEC in football and All-American
in baseball, McGriff now is prospering very well
in business here in town.
And the advantages of staying home outweigh
the seemingly shortcomings.
It's a big change from high school to college,
both on and off the field,* mentions Moore, but
the nearness of a guys parents, lets him adapt
to radical changes more easily than if he came
from a long distance away."
Out-of-state recruiters use the term pressure"
to sway a boy from going to a university in his
hometown. They say its better to get away from
burdens put on by friends and family.
But Richard Gianninni, Assistant Sports Publicity
Director, points out that, an athlete likes to have
a strong following looking at him; it makes him
play harder and better. And you know the coaches
like that."
A current case in point is Jackie Eckdahl. His
father in the Intramural Department, young Eck Eckdahl
dahl Eckdahl is in line for the top quarterback position
in the fall. And a hometown boy from GHS, Eck Eckdahl
dahl Eckdahl had a fine freshman season, reminding people
of a left-handed Steve Spurrier."
Kim Helton is another GHS grad and is a good
bet to take over Bill Carrs vacated center spot.
One more local Hurricane playing football for us
is defensive halfback Brian Hlpp. All three have made
the decision to stay to play big-time college ball
in the town they grew up.
After all," states Moore, all the pressures
an athlete has are the ones that he puts on himself.

Double X Dead At 59

MIAMI Jim my Foxx, regarded
by baseball men as the greatest
power hitter, died here Saturday
by choking on a piece of meat
at his brother's home.
Foxx, starred for a half-dozen
major-league clubs, mostly in the
American League. At 59, Foxx
was a Hall -of-Farrier from his
playing days in the 19205, 30s
and ''o's. 19s last year was 1945.
A powerful right-handed hitter,
Foxx was known for his tremen tremendous
dous tremendous strength. Foxx was once fea featured
tured featured in a doctored picture swing swinging
ing swinging a telephone pole in the place
of a bat.

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greatest right handed home run
hitter in baseball history. With
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Ask Bernie Parrish, a past Gator who made
AU-SEC in football. Parrish recently retired from
a very successful pro grid career with the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Browns.
And hell probably return back to Gainesville
to finish out his life where he started it.
SPURRIER AND SPLINT:
Dont expect Steve Spurrier to play too much
in his first year of pro football with the San
Francisco 49ers.
Coach Jack Christiansen said Spurrier would be
a bench-rider.
Spurrier worked out a couple of sessions recently
with Y. A. Tittle," said Christiansen. Yat gave
him a pretty good briefing on pro football. After
that, Steve is first to admit that he wont be
going on the field too much this first year."
Its going to be strange to see Spurrier picking
wood out of his pockets instead of pulling tricks
to win games.
DOWN TO THE SEA IN CARS
Ever try sinking you car in the Atlantic Ocean?
Yours truly just about did last Sunday morning
at Daytona Beach.
Parked on the oceans edge at three in the morn morning,
ing, morning, I let the tide roll in unobserved and dig sand
out from under the wheels. Two hours later I
decided that it was time to leave.
So I started to move: About three feet up to my
rear axle.
One more attempt. This time up to cars frame.
And high tide was less than an hour away.
Finally giving up the idea that I could do it alone,
I ran up the worlds safest beach and flagged
down a couple of guys in an Olds.
Their car proved as successful as my individual
efforts and pretty soon that salt water was up to
my doors.
Now someone thour*" of the ingenious idea of
putting my spare tire under one of the submerged
wheels and slam it into reverse.
After starting the old clunker, I revved up my
105 horses to about 1 0 rpsm and powered"
back in reverse.
That little ditty did it, backing up 90 miles milesper-hour
per-hour milesper-hour with the cars guts screaming their in insides
sides insides out.
So I kindly gave the two fellows a five-spot for
saving my $2,000 worth of machinery from being
swept into the Atlantic.
Such a deal.

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Intramurals Close
In Four Sports

The intramural sports action is
drawing to a close as B-term
end.
Semi-finals in the tennis singles
saw Mike Fried beat Glenn Kauff Kauffman,
man, Kauffman, 6-4, 6-2 Friday. James Foun Fountain
tain Fountain smashed Gerald Fry 6-3,
6-1 in the other semi-final con contest.
test. contest. Fountain and Fried now meet
In the finals this afternoon.
Last Thursday, the Clowns beat
the Bullmooses for the Law League
softball championship with a tight
11-10 decision. Jim Broone had
three hits for the losers.
In Independent League play, the
Bracket Two champions hi.. be
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Courts Closed
The tennis courts at Broward
and Perry Fields will be closed
from August 1 for two weeks for
resurfacing.
The 14 acrylic courts wont be
used during this period, with UF
paying the costs.

eigher Buds or the Shaggers. Both
teams, with 6-0 records, were to
play Monday with the results un unavailable
available unavailable at press time.
The Bracket One winner will be
eigher the PE Petes or the Old Oldtimers.
timers. Oldtimers. Both teams have 5-1
records. The Petes play the Mid Middle
dle Middle Schoolers Tuesday while the
Oldtimers take on Phi Delta Theta.
If both teams should win, there
will be a playoff Wednesday. The
Independent League finals then will
be Thursday instead of Wednesday.
Bowling also is in the semi semifinals.
finals. semifinals. Tonight the James Foun Fountains
tains Fountains take on the Dave Huskeys
with the Jerry Sullenbergers play playing
ing playing the Friday winner of Eric Tray Traylors-Roger
lors-Roger Traylors-Roger Vickerys. The finals
will be Thursday.
In Handball doubles, quarter quarterfinal
final quarterfinal action saw the team of Tim
Scott and Jack Eckdahl beat Mike
Resnick and Ron Lally, 21-10,
18-21, 21-8, Thursday. Scott and
Eckdahl then will play the winner
of the J. Donnelly-Ron Watson and
Gene and John McKinney for the
one semifinal match.
In the other semi-final berth,
P. A. Lee and Jim McCracken
will play the winner of Mark Hart Hartman-W.
man-W. Hartman-W. Donnelly and Jim Herso
and C. G. Bennefleld. Lee and
McCracken defeated Eddie Flet Fletcher
cher Fletcher and Dave Webster 21-20,
21-12 Friday for their semi-final
match today.
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