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Senate Passes Conduct Code

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Florida Alligator
THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

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THE BROTHERS FOUR
The Brothers Four will
appear next Friday night in the
Florida Gym at 8:15.

ALLEN AND ROSSI
Marty Allen and Steve
Rossi will appear with
the Brothers Four next
Friday night in the Flo Florida
rida Florida Gym at 8:15.
WEATHER WORD
Partly Cloudy Showers
High 75, Low 55
Winds 5-15 mph

Two Fraternities Put On Probation
By ALLEN COWAN
Alligator Staff Writer b

Two UF fraternities, ATO and TKE, were placed on
social restriction for two quarters by the Inter-Fra Inter-Fraternity
ternity Inter-Fraternity Council, the Alligator learned Thursday.
ATO was placed on probation Sept 24 for violating
an IFC rule which says that no female entertainers are
allowed in the houses during rush functions. TKE was
placed on the same restriction Sept. 21 for illegal pos possession
session possession of a university document.
ATO had a female entertainer in their House during
rush," Harvey Sharron, assistant dean of men and ad advisor
visor advisor to the fraternities said. It happened during rush,
after hours, Sharron continued, which have all vio violations
lations violations of IFC rules.
When asked who the entertainer was, Sharron did
not comment.
A spokesman from the ATO house said that she was
a female entertainer.
W e werent officially caught, but when confronted
by the IFC, we admitted it.
There are other violations of IFC rules on campus
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UF Faces
$3 Million
Shortages
By ARLENE CAPLAN
Alligator Staff Writer
A $3 million deficit and poor funding may cause
a drastic change affecting students and faculty
during the summer quarter, Vice President Robert
B. Mautz said Wednesday.
The Vice President of Academic Affairs called
the economic condition of the UF frightful and
expressed concern over changes that will be
made.
The number of electives offered this summer
will be drastically reduced. Although the normal
progression of academic subjects will not be
affected, the number of sections may be reduced
by 50 per cent.
During the summer quarter only 30 per cent
of the faculty will teach, Mautz said.
Usually, 63 per cent of the faculty teach during
the summer.
Mautz explained that the cause of this deficit
is two-fold. Approximately $1.6 million arises
from the-fact that tuition is $125 per quarter
instead of $l5O.
The $25 difference per quarter multiplied by
the number of full-time students causes a $1.6
million deficit. Mautz said.
The second reason is that legislature over overappropriated
appropriated overappropriated money to the UF before passage
of the $125 tuition fee. Because the anticipated
revenue was wrong, the budget commission now
requires all universities to hold back three per
cent of all general revenue to help make up the
deficit.

September 29, 1967

the spokesman noted such as illegal rush parties which
everyone knows about. Thats all I know,* he added.
The source from ATO said Were allowed our party
at homecoming.
The entertainment occurred Sunday, around 10 p.m.
at a pledge function. The entertainer was from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and was not paid for her work.
When asked how the IFC found out about the violation,
Scott Bayman, IFC executive vice president said:
Various members of the IFC heard rumors that
entertainment had taken place at the function. Then
IFC started an investigation.
The ATO spokesman continued Before an IFC inves investigation
tigation investigation begins, some fraternity has to lodge a formal
complaint, so some fraternity turned us in.
In addition to being restricted to one party at Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming the next two quarters, ATO cannot have female
guests in their house, except relatives or wives of visit visiting
ing visiting alumni. *7

Revision Eliminates
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Double Jurisdiction
By FRED MCNEESE
Alligator Staff Writer
The Faculty Senate passed Thursday a revised Code of Student
Conduct which limits UF authority to campus-oriented affairs and
protects students from double jeopardy In most cases.
The only crimes the university will now discipline a student
for are:
*lf he is formally charged with a serious crime which makes
his presence on campus dangerous
*lf there is strong evidence that he has violated a local state
or federal law but civil authorities have not imposed penalties
*lf he is reported to the University for misconduct which SAC
deems as repetitive or flagrant or overtly prejudicial to the aca academic
demic academic functions or reputation on campus.


Code Effects
At A Glance
Specifically lists all of offenses
fenses offenses which will incur pun punishment.
ishment. punishment.
Protects the student from
double jurisdiction.
Restricts university auth authority
ority authority over off-campus stu students.
dents. students.
Legalizes drinking for per persons
sons persons over 21.
Describes all penalties
which may be used against
the student.
Lists violations that will
result in referal to the Com Committee
mittee Committee on Student Conduct or
Honor Court.
INDEX
World News 2
T V Log 4
Editorials 6
Advice and Dissent 7
Theater 8-9
Campus Living 12
Reviews 15
Sports 17

Lester Hale, vice president
of student affairs, spoke in fa favor
vor favor of the code during the meet meeting.
ing. meeting.
I believe these new regula regulations
tions regulations to be neither liberal, nor
conservative, Hale stated but
realistic, educationally sound,
and a wise answer to some pro profound
found profound and very complex ques questions.
tions. questions.
After the meeting, Hale said
one of the most important as aspects
pects aspects of the code is its speci specificity.
ficity. specificity. University authority is
recognized as not merely a dup duplication
lication duplication of civil authority, he
said. -
The code will go into ef effect
fect effect just as soon as my staff
can mimeograph copies and put
them into the hands of stu students,
dents, students, Hale said. For all in intensive
tensive intensive purposes, it is in effect
now.
SHale said the only serious op oposition
osition oposition to the student code came
from members expressing con concern
cern concern that is tells students only
what they may not do. They said
it dealt with only the minimal
standards expected of a student.
The term code semantically
assumes its meaning as a set
of laws that states illegal ac actions
tions actions that are to be controlled
rather than a code of ethics
that states ideals to be devel developed,
oped, developed, Hale said.

Senate OKs
Drinking
On Campus
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The Faculty Senate am mended
the Code of Student Conduct
Thursday to allow persons over
21 to drink on campus.
There is nothing in the Code
of Conduct which will prohibit
possession or consumption of al alcoholic
coholic alcoholic beverages on the
campus,"stated Robert B. Mautz,
vice president of academic
affairs.
The section of the code con concerning
cerning concerning drinking originally read
conduct probation or any lesser
penalty may result from the
possession, consumption, or
furnishing of alcoholic beverages
on University owned or controlled
property.



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i, The Florida Alligator, Friday, September 29, 1967

Bulletin News =
State, National, International News
Wins Medal Os Honor
WASHINGTON (UPI) President Johnson presented the Medal
of Honor Thursday to another hero of the Vietnam war, praising the
bravery of American Gls.
No one hates war and killing more than I do, Johnson said at
a White House ceremony where he presented the nation's highest
military award to Army Sgt. David Charles Dolby, 21, of Oaks, Pa.
LBJ To View Flood Area
HARLINGEN, Tex. (UPI) Ravaged sough Texas awakened to
clear and sunny weather Thursday and floodwaters from the Rio
Grande steadily subsided. President Johnson planned to fly over the
area devastated by Hurricane Beulah, possibly declare it a disaster
area during the flight, and make a stop at Harlingen.
Second Quake Hits Frisco
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) An earthquake rattled homes and jarred
tall buildings today from San Francisco to the Salinas Valley.
First reports indicated only slight damage from the temblor,
second this month on the San Francisco Peninsula.
The previous quake, centered on the San Andreas fault in the Santa
Cruz Mountains, registered 4.5 on the Richter scale.
Romney 'Snowed
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Gov. George Romney of Michigan, roundly
criticized recently when he said he had been brainwashed by mil military
itary military and diplomatic leaders in a 1964 Vietnam tour, said Thursday
Sen. Thruston Morton, R-Ky., also got a snow job.
Edith Grows, Heads West
MIAMI (UPI) Tropical storm Edith grew tdward hurricane
strength Thursday and forecasters set up a hurricane watch from
Dominica Island north to the Leeward Islands.
The storm, with 50-mile-an-hour winds, was moving westward
toward the Caribbean Islands at 12 m.p.h. and was expected to hit
them late Friday.
Extremist Plot Foiled
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) The Revolutionary Action Movement
(RAM), a Negro extremist group, had planned to poison up to 1,500
policemen and top city officials in the event of a riot here, Dist.
Atty. Arlen Specter said Wednesday.
High on the list to be marked for death allegedly were Mayor
James H. J. Tate, Specter and Police Commissioner Frank Rizzo,
police uncovered.
Still Wants Dickinson
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Republican Gov. Claude Kirk said Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday that even though Comptroller Fred Dickinson has publicly
turned down an appointment to the State Supreme Court, I would
still like to see him take it.
Dickinson said he appreciates the offer, but he will not reconsider.
Long Locks O.K.
Marx Did It r 1 1
SANTIAGO, Chile (UPI) POI HD PRINTS
El Siglo, the Communist Party UULUn 1 lilll I
organ here, has endorsed the Students only 1C a
wearing of Beatle-style long during October 1J
hair by male teen-agers. The Cl r I I k
clinching argument: Karl Marx rlair kOlor Lao
also sported long locks.
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Florida and Is published five times weekly except during May, June, and July when
It tspubllshed semi-weekly. Only editorials represent the official opinions of their authors.
Address correspondence to The Florida Alligator, Florida Union Building, University
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Kirks Aide Predicts
Fall Teacher Walkout

TAMPA (UPI) Gov. Claude
Kirks hand-picked education
specialist, Charles Perry, is
predicting wholesale teacher
walkouts in the fall.
A Kirk appointee as consultant
to his Commission on Quality
Education says the governors
plan is a scheme to white whitewash
wash whitewash the true condition of public
schools.
Were standing in potential
rubble while contemplating Uto Utopka,
pka, Utopka, said Dr. Rodney Lane of
Florida Atlantic University.
Those were some of the com comments
ments comments as 44 high level educators
convened here Wednesday for a
two-day conference designed to
give direction to Gov. Kirks
education commission.
The commission, in turn, is
charged with drawing up a master
plan to make Florida first in
education.
Perry, representing the gover governors
nors governors office, told the group a
statewide teacher walkout in Nov November
ember November appears likely. He said
the state has al ready begun study studying
ing studying possible leval recourse.
Perry agreed with School Supt.
Floyd T. Christian that if the
teachers walk out on their con contracts
tracts contracts it will be up to the local
school boards to initiate court
action.
Dr. Lane called the conference
of educators an exercise in
futility.
The children, the public and
the teachers will not stand for
long-range plans while the
schools crumble around them,
Lane said.
FB Tickets
New students who do not yet
have their picture ID cards can
still get their football tickets
today.
Students wno have not had their
pictures taken and who want foot football
ball football tickets should report to the
gym today. They must pick up
their IBM card and take it, with
their fees-paid card, to the ticket
windows under Yon Hall for tick tickets.
ets. tickets.

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supervision, organization or
management.

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Lane Introduced a resolution
laying out his charges. It touched
off lengthy debate but no action
was taken.

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WHATS
HAPPENING

Page 4

, The Florida Alligator/ Friday, September 29, 1967

Its going to be a busy weekend:
AT THE THEATRE: A novelty in Gainesville theatre-going will
be initiated at the State Sunday at 1:15 p.m. -- the first in a series
of Spanish-language films. The first is Whiskey y Vodka, a
comedy. One showing only no subtitles.
Two- new movies are opening this weekend: at the Plaza, Rough
Night in Jericho, with Dean Martin and George Peppard; at the
center, Africa Addio.
The Union Board Film Committee is busy, too: Friday, The
Sons of Katie Elder; Saturday, The Guns of Navarrone, a fast fastaction
action fastaction flick with an excellent all-star cast.
IN THE ARTS: If you would like something to go with those Playboy
fold-outs in your dorm or frat house, stop by the College Library.
Students may chose from more than 60 framed and ready to hang
color reproductions of some well-known artists.
Just go to the corridor and Literature Room of the first floor
and/or the lobby of the second floor and chose the painting that
strikes your fancy. Check it out at the College Library Circila Circilation
tion Circilation Desk and youre all set.
Students have first choice but beginning October 2 faculty and staff
may also check out pictures.
IN BOOK-BUYING: The Student Government will hold a Book Sale
on the J. Wayne Reitz Union terrace beginning at noon today.
IN REPRODUCTION (of famous paintings, that is): The Fine Arts
Committee will have a Print Sale in room 245 of the Reitz Union
beginning at 8 a.m.
IN REPRODUCTION (of people): To Bed or Too Bad is the catchy
title of a discussion group dealing with decision making in sex
matters to be held at the Episcopal University City Lounge. The
group will meet on Mondays at 3:30 p.m. beginning Oct. 2.
Leaders are Drs. Vernon and Hani Van de Riet.
IN PROTESTS: The Student Peace Union will hold a draft meet meeting
ing meeting in 361 Union at 8 p.m. tonight.
IN THE MUSIC WORLD: Tolbert Area will sponser a dance on their
terrace at 8 p.m.
ON THE GRIDIRON: That listening party is at 8 p.m. at Fla. Field.
Florida meets Missippippi State in Jackson, and Gainesville Gators
can hear every pop and crack as it haoDens.
IN THE CINEMA: The Florida Cinema Society ..ill continue to show showfilms
films showfilms in the Union, beginning at 6 p.m.
IN FLOWER POWER: A love-in happens at 2:30 p.m. in the Plaza
of the Americas tomorrow. Hippies, straights, and resident UF
sociologists are welcome.

Paperbacks
Paperback books for recrea recreational
tional recreational reading have been pur purchased
chased purchased for use by residents of
Jennings and Graham Halls as
part of a long-range prograrti to
upgrade dorm libraries.
The books, which were chosen
by university college faculty
members, are designed to sup supplement
plement supplement the comprehensive
courses.

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8:30 st ar Trpk pr er Hondo (Vera Maurice
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9:00 Star Trek MOVIE Hondo Chess
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11:30 ~ Vl U Joey Bishop
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Entomology
Unit Plans
Open House
The research division of the
department of entomology, a
branch of the U.S. Dept, of Agri Agriculture,
culture, Agriculture, will hold open house to today
day today at its laboratory.
The UF branch of the depart department
ment department was chosen by Orville Free Freeman,
man, Freeman, the U.S. secretary of agri agriculture,
culture, agriculture, as one of 12 labs
throughout the country to hold
open ; house. Its purpose is to
acquaint the public with the pro program
gram program of the Dept, of Agriculture.
The open house, which begins
at 12:30 p.m., will consist of a
tour through the laboratory and
demonstrations of selected re research
search research experiments.

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Page 6

The
Florida Alligator
To Let T^e People Know
KM
j/\HJI Harvey Alper Harold Kennedy
,/A HltUfM Managing Editor Executive Editor
Harold Aldrich Bob Padecky
News Editor Sports Editor
Hi* Florida Alligator's official position on Issues Is expressed
only In the columns below, other material In this Issue may
reflect the opinion of the writer or cartoonist and not necessarily
that of the Florida Alligator unless specifically Indicated.
Card Section Decision

Vote yes or no on each
of the following questions:
The card section should
be abolished.
( ) Yes
( )No
The card section should
be retained in its present
form.
( ) Yes
( )No
The card section should
be retained, but should be
m odified.
( ) Yes
( )No
Those three questions,
in some form, will appear
on the ballot in the fall
elections for a student ref referendum
erendum referendum on the card sec section.
tion. section. The voters will de decide
cide decide whether the contro controversial
versial controversial section will be kept,
abolished or.changed.
The referendum is the
result of a heated contro controversy
versy controversy which erupted in stu student
dent student government during the
sum m er.
Student Body President
Charles Shepherd advoca advocated
ted advocated abolishment of the card
section. He pointed outthat
most students are denied
the opportunity to occupy
the more than 1,200 choice
seats in the section, loca located
ted located on and near the 50
yard line.
The card section has,

A Very Sick Budget

Many students who attend
school during the summer
quarter may find a dras drastic
tic drastic change in the number
of courses offered and pro professors
fessors professors teaching.
Tigert Administrators
are talking about curtailing,
courses by 50 per cent
and reducing the faculty
to 30 per cent of what it
is now.
The *s3 million deficit
that has been caused by..
mistakes in appropriating
by the Florida Legislature
will affect most UF stu students
dents students
Although Tigert assures
us that the normal pro progression
gression progression of academic
progress wont be affected
we tend to wonder. If half
as many sections of all

in the past, been composed
exclusively of married, law
and medical students.
We agree that since the
card section occupies
1,200-plus student seats,
students should decide
its fate. But if the ques question
tion question goes on the ballot in
the form required by the
Legislative Council bill, we
wonder if the student body
will really have the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to choose.
In the first place, the
council refused to make the
results of the referendum
binding. In other words,
even if the students vote
to abolish the section, the
council can, if it chooses,
keep it anyway.
But the real sleeper on
the referendum is the third
question, proposing that the
card section be retained in
a modified form.
If a student should de decide
cide decide that the section is
worthwhile but should be
placed in the end zone so
that both the east and west
stands would be able to see
the card tricks, he would
vote yes to the ques question.
tion. question. And if another stu student
dent student feels that the section
should be kept on the 50
yard line but reduced to
500 seats, he would vote
yes.

required courses are of offered
fered offered it .seems to us that
some scheduling problems
are bound to arise.
The poor funding of leg legislature
islature legislature affects more than
the students and the faculty.
It also taints the image of
Florida. The* deficit ere
ates a condition
which is goipg to discour discourage
age discourage new faculty and fam families
ilies families from moving to Flor Florida
ida Florida and attending state uni universities
versities universities here.
We think its time the
legislature stopped playing
games with the future.
More money is needed for
a better university system
Aml we think that a sum
mer quarter with drastic
reductions is the wrong
way of improving the uni university
versity university system;

Hot Potatoes

EDITORS NOTEBOOK

Why Vietnam?

How did we ever get into the war in
Vietnam? There are a lot of arguments
about it. To answer the perplexing ques question
tion question I consulted newspaper clippings cover covering
ing covering the past two decades.
After a week of off-again, on-again re researching,
searching, researching, I came to the conclusion that
the American involvement was simply a
slow process, beginning with aid and end ending
ing ending with men. Presidents Eisenhower and
Truman, too, were part of the process.
In 1950 the French had been fighting
Ho Chi Minh for almost four years. He
was an ardent Communist with backing
from Vietnamese intent on driving out
the French.
At this time Communist China had taken
over mainland China and Truman concerned
with the Korean War and the rise of
Communism there began to pour aid into
France, the amount totaling billions of
dollars.
Eisenhower, like Truman, believed that
the Communists were trying to takeover
the world. Ike consequently continued to
aid Frances struggle against the Commun Communists
ists Communists in Vietnam.
Ike was afraid that unless stopped Com Communism
munism Communism would swallow up all of South Southeast
east Southeast Asia v He explained it one way in terms
of the domino theory. That is, if Vietnam
fell to the communists, the other South Southeast
east Southeast Asia nations would follow. Ike, un unlike
like unlike Johnson was opposed to sending in
American troops to Vietnam, however Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower (as noted in a dispatch from
Associated Press) said No matter how
the struggle between the free world and
Communism may have started, it has long

Alligator Staff
JOE TORCffIA, Feature Editor; LORI STEELE, Campus-Living Editor;
JIM SIMPSON, Business Manager; RITCHIE TIDWELL, City Editor.
STAFF WRITERS: Michael Abrams, Arlene Caplan, Dave Doucette,
Janie Gould, Paul Kaplan, Kathie Keim, Leslie Lepene, Denise OConnell,
Jerry Silberberg, Janice Sizemore, Jean Mamlin.
STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS: Nick Arroyo, Mike Huddleston

BY STEVE HULL
since become a testing place between a
free form of government and a dictator dictatorship.
ship. dictatorship. It's outcome is going to have the
greatest significance for us, and possibly
for a long time in the future. Ike was right.
In 1954, Ho Chi Minh forced the French
to surrender and at the Geneva conference
the two sides decided to divide Vietnam
into two sectors North and South, with
Ho Chi Minh heading the North until 1956.
It was agreed to hold elections in 1956
to let the people democratically decide
who would run the country.
But before 1956 a U. S. supported gov government
ernment government had been set up in South Viet Vietnam.
nam. Vietnam. The 1956 elections were not held,
but most observors felt that Ho Chi Minh
would most certainly have won, if the
election had been held.
The U. S. under Eisenhower continued
to support the South. So the North Viet Vietnamese
namese Vietnamese Communists decided they would
try to take the South by force, since they
had failed to do so byway of the ballots
box.
The war began on a small scale in the i
late 1950s and gradually got bigger.
By the time Kennedy was in office officeawhile
awhile officeawhile the war grew more intense. He
sent some troops over. It wasnt enough.
South Vietnam seemed to be in danger of
being gobbled up by a more efficient Viet
Cong from the North. Johnson then sent
in hundreds of thousands of troops, and
now plans to send more.
, The four presidents involved in getting
the U. S. into Vietnam all shared the common
belief that Communism was.on the march
and had to be stopped.
And the war continues.

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OPEN FORUM: i
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....... There is no hope for the complacent man."

MR. EDITOR:
The Student Depository has
struck again.
Today, I walked happily and in innocently
nocently innocently to our beloved bank to
withdraw money for a textbook
I needed by this afternoon. Since
my brown I.D. was busy get getting
ting getting me a block seat for the next

First Class Citizen

MR. EDITOR:
I guess I have regained the
distinction (not knowing I had
lost it) of being a first class
citizen and a free man:
having just been discharged af after
ter after four years of service in the
Army. Im sorry that Mr. Thomas
W. Sharpless (Advice and Dis Dissent,
sent, Dissent, Sept. 2G) has such a hard
view of persons in the military
toeing the line on such mat matters
ters matters as Viet Nam.
Im sure that if Mr. Thomas
W. Sharpless had a little more
knowledge about the situation in
Viet Nam: knowledge other than
that distributed by our poor pa papers,
pers, papers, our hurried radio news
casts, our slanted magazine ar articles
ticles articles and that dissipated by his
own worldly wise peers. His own
views might be remarkably like
that of the administration.
One has to know the feeling
of being told we are going to
be hit tonight, one has to go
there with an open mind, one
Editor Will
Lead The Way
MR. EDITOR:
We really enjoyed Mr. Steve
Hulls column on Monday. We
too are deeply concerned about
the image that the beatniks,
creeps and sub-humans are
spreading about the United States
all over the world.
We know that if we were
. t,. p
Americans living abroad we
would have' u s aled off and slug slugged
ged slugged such a slob. We know that
this is part of the Conspiracy
to mock and humiliate our great
nation in the eyes of the down downtrodden
trodden downtrodden Latin.
At this time of crisis we be believe
lieve believe that the time has passed to
mollycoddle these traitors. We
feel that harsher laws must be
enacted to put an end to the
traitorous acts of these draft draftcard-burmng
card-burmng draftcard-burmng hippie non-con non-conformists.
formists. non-conformists. And furthermore we
believe that the great colleges
and universities of our fair land
should take the lead in putting
an end to this Supreme Court
protected hippie hay-day.
We must become like Elijah
and drive these barefooted,
bearded Baal worshipers from
our midst. We now call on Mr.
Hull to lead us Gators in a
crusade to purify our campus
of this scum.
All right Gators we have
haired off too long. Let us now
rise to save our campus.
STEVE NEWMARK, 3AS
bernil HELLER,. 3AS
GII. KOEENBI.IT, 2UC

Bank Strikes Again

football game, I had only ritv
permanent 1.D., my social se security
curity security card, my fingerprints, and
my good name. I thought this
would be enough. After all, the
above items would get money lor
me out of any other bank ac account,
count, account, wouldnt they? After all,
I opened my account at the Stu Student
dent Student Depository only last week,
and I had presented proof of

has to study the history behind
the incident before he can make
an intelligent comment on the sit situation.
uation. situation. It is not enough to make
a statement for the thrill of
hearing it or for a hoped for
raise in his own social .position.
DAVID E. COOK

CAMPUS COMEDY

Have you ever pondered the fol
lowing problems?
1. Why do Campus Cops exist?
2. Does Chicken Man really
strike terror into the hearts
of freshmen?
3. Why Gator-men dont wear
socks even when their feet stink?
4. Why the word sox has
no effect when mentioned in the
administration office?
f>. Why the athletes have their
own separate dorm over there
all alone? (We really like you
guvs, dont we group?)

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Chicken Man

being a registered student at
that time.
I was wrong. The brilliant in intelligence
telligence intelligence of another campus in institution
stitution institution told me that nobody,
but nobody, could possibly with withdraw
draw withdraw their own money without
the sacred brown I.D.
I have been treated like a crim criminal
inal criminal by the Campus Police, an
idiot by the registration person personnel,
nel, personnel, a thief by the book store,
and I have grinned and put up
with it. This final act of blind blindness
ness blindness and stupidity by the stu student
dent student bank was the last straw.
When are Elorida students go going
ing going to be treated like human
beings by the administration?
Being large is no excuse for be being
ing being impersonal.
CYNTHIA GOLD, 4AG

BY DUFFY

G. Should Playboy have a
center fold-out of LBJ? (Thats
Lucy Baines Johnson!)
7. Why this campus isnt air airconditioned?
conditioned? airconditioned?
8. Why the switchboard oper operators
ators operators hate us?
9. Why Mom doesnt send'more
money?
10. Why Little Orphan Annie
now has eyes?
Anyone with the best answers,
brought to the Alligator office,
will receive (limited to one) a
pizza (paid for by me) and/or
three Wendel Wilke buttons.

Friday, September 29, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

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to 300 words. All letters must be signed;
however, upon request, the writers name
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subject to standard editing procedures so
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

' I
for sale f
MOTORCYCLE. iOO7 Yar, iha
305; excellent condition,- $575.
372-4637. (A- 162- 3t-< y
WHIRI POOI PEI- RIO LEA TOP, 14
cu lout, caiii.tmia.tiun Lee u akei
frost free. 1 ist S3OO, asking $275.
One whirlpool 24 oven, built in,
gas, unused. Range top 30 chrome
finished. Both $l5O. Quaker oil
heater, unused, 55,000 BTC, $35.
Trombone, Kohn, with case, used
2 months, SIOO. Rambler car, 1001
4 door, new tires, rebuilt steering
gear, new battery, good condition,
. clean, $475. -May be .seen at 2.L26
NW 6th Street or call 376-7507
after 6 p.m. (A- 100-,lot-c)
1903 CHICKASHA TRAII I P', 10' x
42 fully furnished, newly carpeted,
large bathroom, central heating,
shady and quiet lot. Evenings and
weekends, 378-05-83. (a- 100-st-p)
FOR SALE: 1960 Honda 450. ee
to appreciate. 134 NW 15th Ter Terrace
race Terrace ester 5 p.m. (A-161-lOt-c)
5 I LRO COMPONEN'I'S, Bogen
Am-l rn radio, amplifer, Garrard
Changer, Two cabinet mounted Un University
iversity University Speakers. Best Offer. 376-
8508. (A- 101 stc)
TWO REGUI ATION 4 x 8 POOI
TABLES completely equippeds39s
each. One medium si/e Frigidaire
ice machine, never used. 3 com compartment
partment compartment stainless steel sink AN ANETES
ETES ANETES food warmer and grill -- HP
stainless steel kitchen table with
sink. SIOO. See Robbies at 1718 W.
University Avenue. 372-9357.
(A- 100-st-c)
STEREO SPEAKERS. Set of two.
$40.00. Call evenings between
7:00 and 9:00. 378-6093. JA JA-10
-10- JA-10 st-c)
AIR CONDITIONERS, all sizes for
sale at cost, to reduce inventory.
Sudden Service Oil Co. 907 SW 3rd
St., 376-4404. (A-IGO-iO-c)
BIG MOTOR FOR A BIG MAN:
1965 Marusho, 500 cc, value
$770, excellent < ndition, sale
price $547. Will finance, will
consider trade. See at Marion
Finance, 222 West University
Avenue. (A-162- lOt-e)
BSA 650 completely rebuilt, mod modified,
ified, modified, $600; 1960 Ford, two door
hardtop, air conditioning, over
drive, good shape Y. 95. 372-3928.
(A- 160-at-id
1962 FLEETWOOD, frout, rear
bedrooms. Three bedrooms, one
bath. $2500.00. Five minutes
from university by car. Has tag.
372-0897 evenings. (A-163-at--)
i 1
1965 HONDA 50. New Pirelli
rear tire. Excellent condition,
sacrifice at $135.00. 378-4969.
(A-163-2t-c) Y
fl
BICYCLES -1 mans and 1
ladles English type. Good con condition.
dition. condition. $25.00 each. $40.00 for
both. Call 378-4944. (A-163-
3t-nc)
1966 YAMAHA TWIN 100. 378-
1214. (A-163-2t-c)
MOTOROLA COROR TV, S3OO.
Full house air conditioner, S2OO.
Marine Depth Finder, $75. Colt
Army 45, $75. 376-2155 after
3:00 p.m. (A- 103-3 t-c)
1966 HONDA 50cc, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. $150.00. 378-4887. 6 8
p.m. (A- 163-2 t-p)

for sale
1 966' Ti IFMPH BON M VI: H
Excellent condition. 5r, 50,00.
376-4303. A- L 3-3 t-c
1966 TIT I MPH MOTOkCYi IF
Tp6. 2,500 miles. $750. Phone
378- 177 c after p.m. .A-164-
3t-p;
WHITE PERSIAN. i\eg. > wks.
old. $35,00. Cal! before 5. I ni\.
2746. ?A- L.4-st-c,
1965 IK-NDA 90 TRAII Ail!
take best offer. 378-8.918. ;A ;A---1
--1- ;A---1 3t-c
GIBSON VAN GUARD AMP. over
50 watt s, features Reverb-Echo.
Excellent condition. Need money
for school: make offer. 372-
6949. (A- 1 4- 2t p;
1966 RED TI.IFMPH SRITMIM
Hardtop: convertible; tonneau co cover;
ver; cover; R/H: $.1600. 1210 NvV Fourth
Place. C/etting married, must
sell. (A- 164 It cl
for rent
PRIVATE ROOM with A/C and
carport. NW location opposite
tennis courts. $40.00/month.
372-4805. (B IG3-3t-<)

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3NALD REAGAN I
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Who says
they dont make
Westerns like
they used to?
Telephone 378 2434 j
W STARTS
O TODAY
We just did.
DEMI GEORGE JEMI
mRRTin pepprrd simmons
A VAP N RA.K N MKf A
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"covarcs. JOHN McINTIRE-SLIM PICKENS technicolor*

, The Florida Alligator, Friday. September 29., 1967

Page 8

for rent
FURNISHED ROOM, central heat
and air conditioned, private home
s4u pel month, male student, 3820
NW 17th Terr. 376-4478. Call
alter 5 p.m. B-161-3t-c)
HAVING TROUBLE finding your,
apartment Gator Town is now
available for renting. Call 378-
3457 or 378- 175a. (B- 161-It c/
: ARGE 2 BFDi OCM centra)
heated & an conditioned apart apartment:
ment: apartment: One block, behind Norman
Mali. Panelled living room N
.dining loom. large bedroom.
Suitable lor 3- or 1 graduate
student- or mature'under grad graduates.
uates. graduates. lacultv couple vith no
children or pets accepted. Call
Charlie Mayo, 376-4664. I own
& Country bealtv. 825 NW Kith
St. (B~ 163- at -c
SINGI.L ROOM I' Cj 1 MEN Pri Private
vate Private entrance, maid, linens. util
ities, parking included. ( lose to
campus. 115 NW 10th St., 378 ;
5411. Cali Mike. B-163-st-e)
HOUSE TRAILER. Ideal for stu
dent couple. 38 x B. Air con conditioned.
ditioned. conditioned. For appointment to in inspect,
spect, inspect, call 376 9256 and ask for
Art. (B-103-st-pj

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children under 18 years of ] / B 1 PI liC
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Sun., Oct. I at 1:1a ONLY, a Spanisli-langauge film:
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THAT SHOCKS, STUNS AND FEEDS THE BLOODLUST! Fre Frequently
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FOR VIOLENCE. IF YOU HAVE IT
THE FASCINATION IS
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

wanted
NEEDED: 1 or 2 female room roommates
mates roommates for the La Fontana Apart Apartments,
ments, Apartments, Apt. 401, 207 NW 17 St.
Come see us after 2:30. Share
expenses. (C-163-3t-p)
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED
for Landmark Apt. Oct. 1- Dec.
$43.75 per mo. Call Joan after
5. 376-7344. (C-164-2t-c)
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED
for close to campus. Furnished
apartment, air conditioned. Star Starlight
light Starlight Apartments. 378-8124. (C (C---164-3t-c)
--164-3t-c) (C---164-3t-c)
ROOMMATE SOUGHT, graduate
student preferably Law. Modern
furnished, $46 per mo. apt. need
car. Apply 376-2269. (C-164-
3t-c)
NEED ONE ROOMMATE for
large apartment, $27.50 per
month. Located 1508 NW 4th
Avenue Apt. A, 4 blocks from
campus. Call Vic 376-7871 or
378-1448. (C- 164-3 t-c)
NEED PLANE EIDERS to all
away games. Also weekends to
Miami. Call Ernie after 6 p.m.
372-8973. (C-163-3t-c)
help wanted
LOOKING FOR DRUMMER? Need
a job Friday-Saturday nights. Pre Prefer
fer Prefer Rhythm-Blues, Jazz, Rock re respecitvely.
specitvely. respecitvely. CAN Play anything
Tennessee Waltz, Pahokee
Polka. Contact Chuck Elliot,
372-2107. (E- 160-st-p)
BLOOD BANK TECHNICIAN
Immediate opening for part time
on call. Good working conditions,
good salary, experience required.
Inquire Personnel Director, Ala Alachua
chua Alachua General Hospital, 912 SW 4th
Avenue. (E-160-10t-c)
ADULTS 18 and above with nor normal
mal normal vision. $1.50 per hour. Ses Session
sion Session may be 2 hours. Call Mrs.
Mosig, 5276 for information &
appointment. (E-163-2t-c)
COUPLE TO ASSIST with house
and yard work. Housetrailer,
utilities and small salary. Ten
miles west. Call 495-2338 after
6:00 p.m. (E-163-3t-p)
FEMALES! Looking for part time
job? Only several hours per week.
You can make SBO to SIOO per
month. 376-0522 in evenings. (E (E---162-st-c)
--162-st-c) (E---162-st-c)
WANTED: COOK WITH KIT KITCHEN.
CHEN. KITCHEN. Former cooks agree an
experience you wont want to
miss. I pay 3/4 food cost. All
meals. References given. Call
378-5411. (E-163- st-c)
PART TIME HELP WANTED.
Some experience necessary in re repairing
pairing repairing small electric motors. 10-
15 hours per week. Must be resi resident
dent resident for at least two more years.
376-7110. Kirby Sales and Service.
(E-160-ts-c)

H 3VIU.ES ONLYII
FEE HOUSEHtf
iCOFFEEf OPENS PM
tSAT 50$.AOM~
wmiir. mb
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| help wanted |
NEED 1 CARRIER for morning
paper route. 372-4902. (E-163-
2t-c)
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST ASCP
Registered or eligible. 210 bed
general hospital with new lab facil facilities,
ities, facilities, 40 hour week with no nights
or weekend work. Salary $470.00
minimum. Based on education and
experience. Paid Vacation, holi holidays
days holidays and sick leave. Other fringe
benefits. Inquire Personnel Dir Director,
ector, Director, Alachua General Hospital,
912 SW 4th Avenue. (E-160-10t-
JERRYS RESTAURANT, NW 13th
Street. Now accepting applica applications
tions applications for waitresses, car hops,
and kitchen help. (E-160-10t-c)
situations
wanted
BASS PLAYER desires to work
with Band. Prefer Rhythm and
Blues and Rock. 372-7937. (F (F---162-lOt-c)
--162-lOt-c) (F---162-lOt-c)
SATURN FIVE fine instru instrumental
mental instrumental music, dance, Dixieland,
folk and cocktail. 378-8603 or
378-4449. (F-162-st-c)
autos
1963 RAMBLER Classic 4-door
sedan. Excellent condition. Ra Radio,
dio, Radio, standard transmission for
great gas milage. Best Offer,
call 378-3319. (G-162-3t-p)
PORSHE, 1959, yellow with black
interior. Real sharp. $1,150. Call
Jim Acker at 376-9420 after 6:30
p.m. (G-163-2t-p)

SEMINOLE NOW is the time to buy them. j
FLORIDA UNION
Friday Sept* 29 7:00 and 9:20 PM
THE SONS OF KATIE ELDER
Saturday Sept* 30 7:00 and 9:50 PM
GUNS OF NAVARRONE
"Admission Restricted To Members"
" a BOST ER TJfcj
KEATON
Festival tfiHfcfe!
The Greatest Films of The Great Stone Face
NEW FOR FALL QUARTER: A 3:00 MATINEE!
EVENINGS AT 7 AND 9:15
Presented by the Fla. Cinema Society

Friday, September 29, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

I autos |
MONZA convertible 1963, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, S9OO or best
offer. 376-9686 or 277-11 Cor Corrv
rv Corrv Village. (C--162-3t-p)
66 MG Midget R and H, hard
&. soft tops. Will trade for 67
VW or SIBOO. Call: Joe 378-
4263 after 5 p.m. (G-163-2t-c)
1963 CORVAIR Monza Conver Convertible.
tible. Convertible. Spyder equipment. 4-speed.
19,000 miles. Engine perfect.
Splendid condition. $895.00. E.
S. Priem. 329 Engineering Build Building.
ing. Building. 372-4509. (G- 163-st-c)
PORSCH COUPE 1957, 1800 s
Badger conversion. Pirellis and
Konis faultless body. SI,OOO. 372-
3216 after 7 p.m. (G-160-st-c)
1964 RAMBLER American 440;
2-door hardtop; air conditioned,
power brakes; automatic, 6 cyl cylinder;
inder; cylinder; 22,000 original miles, per perfect
fect perfect condition, Reasonable; will
consider cheaper car as par partial
tial partial payment. Don 376-0867. (G (G---162-3t-c)
--162-3t-c) (G---162-3t-c)
RARE 1962 DKW 1000 Sport
Roadster Convertible, SI2OO.
Best Offer, All Accessories. 378-
3606 evenings. (G-164-2t-c)
1962 FORD GALAX3 500 Con Convertible.
vertible. Convertible. Fully equipped, 38,000
original miles. Perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Best Offer. Call Steve 372-
9410. (G-164-3t-p)
1965 CORVAIR MONZA, Maroon
with black interior, excellent
condition, $999.00. 376-8519. (G (G---164-3t-c)
--164-3t-c) (G---164-3t-c)
CAR FOR SALE. 1963 Triumph.
Good condition. $500.00. Call
372-7581 after 6 p.m. (G-163-
lt-p)

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personal
Every IN student needs a
FLORIDA QUARTERLY, the uni universitys
versitys universitys brand new literary ma magazine.
gazine. magazine. Issue I, featuring student
stories, reviews, poetry, as well
as new work by famous writers
(would you believe Ray Brad Bradbury?),
bury?), Bradbury?), now on sale at Main
Library and the Hub Bookstore.
Only a few thousand left. For
more information, call ext. 2268.
Buy your FLORIDA QUARTERLY
today! (J-160-st-c)
EXPERIENCED professional Air
Taxi pilot with new Beechcraft
airplane. Will Fly four people to
football game in Jackson, Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi and return, S6O per per person.
son. person. Call days 372-2911, nights
472-2400. (J-162-3t-c)
THE B ROT HE ItS of Delta Tau
Delta welcome back our Sisters
of the Iris. Delts are raising
HELL. (J-164-lt-c)
HAY RIDES!! Accomodations for
large groups. Stero music.
Cooler and country road. For
reservations, call The Haywa Haywagon
gon Haywagon 378-2162 after 5 p.m. week weekdays.
days. weekdays. (J-164-10t-c)
SOCIAL CHAIRMEN: This fri friday
day friday night at Phi Kappa Tau House
see Gainesvilles newest THE
FUZZY UNCLES! For further in information,
formation, information, Call 372-5516. (J (J---162-3t-c)
--162-3t-c) (J---162-3t-c)

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lost-found
LOST: Red Kodesian Rldgeback.
Female, injured left hind leg.
Needs medical attention immed immediately.
iately. immediately. Lost in vicinity of V. A.
Hospital. 4G6-3580. (L-164-2t-c)
LOST: Womans red wallet in
vacinity of Carolyn Plaza. Blue
ID is for Phyllis Rennel Lee.
1621 NW 3rd Place #2. (L-164-
2t-c)
services
APPLICATION PICTURES IN A
HURRY. Johnston Photography,
1624 West University Avenue, 372-
2512. (M- 160-st-C)
SPANISH TUTORING. Day or
night from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
For further information, Call
378-4600. (M-162-3t-c)
Continued to page 10
FRIDAY FILM
FOOTNOTES
Pick up a copy of FILM FILMNOTES
NOTES FILMNOTES and read how Bus Buster
ter Buster Keaton films which were
thought destroyed can be seen
this Sunday .at the Union.
FILMNOTES is free at Cin Cinema
ema Cinema Society display in front
of the library.



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i, The Florida Alligator, Friday, September 29, 1967

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ADDRESS ALL CAMPUS CALENDAR _____ __ _____ _____ _____ ___ -- ______
sssr 5 BLUE BULLETIN

Campus Calendar

Friday, September 29
Union Movie: The Sons of Ka Katie
tie Katie Elder, Union Aud., 7 &
9:20 p.m.
Tolbert Area: Dance,. Union Ter Terrace,
race, Terrace, 8:30 p.m.
Bend Card Coffee House: folk
entertainment, readings and
discussions, 1826 W. Univ.
Ave., 9 p.m.
Saturday, September 30
Football: Fla. vs. Mississippi
State, at Jackson.
Union Movie: The Guns of Nav Navarrone,
arrone, Navarrone, Union Aud., 7 & 9:50
p.m.

General Notices

FLORIDA QUARTERLY: The Un University
iversity University literary magazine will be
on sale this week at the following
locations: College Library, Hub
bookstore, Reitz Union bookstore
and Walker Auditorium. The first
issue is depleting rapidly and stud students
ents students or others who wish to obtain
this volume are advised to pur purchase
chase purchase copies now. Subscribers
($3.50 for 1 year, $lO for 3 years)
will be assured a copy. Students
interested in selling the Quarterly
by copy or subscription on a per percentage
centage percentage basis should contact
R.E. Boyd, Ext. 2268.
ORANGE AND BLUE DEAD DEADLINES:
LINES: DEADLINES: All notices for the Or Orange
ange Orange and Blue Bulletin must be
received by 9 a.m. of the day prior
to publication. Deadlines are Fri Friday
day Friday for Monday publication, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for Wednesday publication and
Thursday for Friday publication.
Notices should be typed and signed
services

Continued from page 9

ALTERATIONS of all kinds on
mens and womens clothing. Mrs.
Dbra Mannokian, 35 years of ex experience,
perience, experience, 24 hour service on ROTC
Uniforms. Phone 376-1794, or see
at 1824 NW First Avenue. (M (M---160-lot-c)
--160-lot-c) (M---160-lot-c)
TENNIS PACKET RESTPING RESTPINGING,
ING, RESTPINGING, satisfaction guaranteed.
Free pick up and delivery on
and near campus. Call M & R
Tennis Services 378-2489. (M (M---1
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ADDRESS ALL ADMINISTRATIVE NOTICES AND GENERAL NOTICES TO OFFICE OF INFORMATION
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Pep Rally Comm.: listening party
for Mississippi State Game,
Fla. Field, 8 p.m.
Bent Card Coffee House: folk
entertainment, readings- and anddiscussions,
discussions, anddiscussions, 1826 W. Univ.
Ave., 9 p.m.
Sunday, October 1
Art Lecture: Mr. Philip Hiss,
The Work of Paul Rudolph,
Univ. Gallery, 3 p.m.
Fla. Cinema Society: Buster
Keaton Festival, Union Aud.,
3,7 & 9:15 p.m.
Chess Club; games, 118 Union,
7 p.m.

by the person submitting the no notice
tice notice and sent to the Division of
Information Services, Building H,
Campus. Items for the Campus
Calendar should be sent to the Pub Public
lic Public Functions Office, J. Wayne
Reitz Union.
CIVIL DEFENSE COURSE: A
Radiological Monitors Course will
be taught at the J. Hillis Miller
Health Center by Dr. Werner Lau Lauter
ter Lauter beginning Oct. 11. Classes will
meet each Wednesday, 4-6 p.m.,
for eight weeks. Permanent em employees
ployees employees of the University may en enroll
roll enroll at no charge. Interested per persons
sons persons should contact Col. Robert
Sherrard, Civil Defense coordin coordinator
ator coordinator for the University.
HOMECOMING: Students inter interested
ested interested in working on Homecoming
please sign up in the Florida Blue
Key office, 3rd floor, Reitz Union.
personal

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Call 376-7502 after 5 p.m. (J (J---163-3t-c)
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LEAD SINGER with P.A. system.
Looking for group. Call 372-2752
ask for Ken Parker. (J-160-st-p)
CITY STEVE: You saw us Fri Friday
day Friday night, September 22nd, at the
FLORIDA UNION LIGHT SHOW.
For Bookings phone 372-7681 or
376-2808. (J- 160-st-p)

Monday-Friday Sunday
College Library 8-11 8-11 2-11
Research Library* 8-11 8-11 2-11
P.K.Y. Lib of Florida History 8:30-5 8:30-12N Closed
Special Collections 8:30-5 8:30-12N Closed
Architecture & Fine Arts Library 8-5,7-10 8-12 N 6-10
Chemistry Library 8-5, 7-10 9-12, 1-4 2-5, 7-10
Education 8-10:30 p.m. 8-5 2-10:30
Engineering & Physics Library 8-5, 7-10 9-12, 1-4** 2-5, 7-10
Health & Phys. Ed. R.R. 8-5, 6-10 (M-Th.) 8-12 N 7-10
Closed Fri. night
Health Center Library 8:30-12M 8:30-5 2-12 M
Hume (Agriculture) 8-11 B _s 7_n
Journalism & Communication R.R. 8-5, 7-10 (M-Th.) 8-12 N Closed
Closed Fri. night
Law Library 8-11 B s j j
Mead Library (P.K.Y. Lab School 8-4 Closed Closed
Library) *_
Teaching Resources Center
office 8-5 Closed Closed
Record Room 1-5, 6-10
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* The Literature Room is open as ** During home football games,
\a study hall on Sunday through Fri- Engineering & Physics Library
day nights from 11-12 M. will close at 12N.
... 6

Administrative
Notices

UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS:
All recognized student organi organizations,
zations, organizations, must submit an annual
report to the Student Activity
Center. The report must be sub submitted
mitted submitted before Oct. 23, 1967. Fail Failure
ure Failure to do so may result in de deactivation
activation deactivation of the organization.
For further information on this
please contact Mrs. Young in
Room J. Wayne Reitz Union.
GRADUATE COUNCIL MEET MEETING:
ING: MEETING: There will be a meeting of
the Graduate Council on Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Oct. 5, 1967, at 1:30 p.m.,
Room 235, Tigert Hall.

GRADUATE RECORD EXAM EXAMINATION:
INATION: EXAMINATION: Tuesday, Oct. 10, is the
deadline date for filing applica application
tion application for the GRE to be given
on Saturday, Oct. 28, 1967. All
applications must reach Prince Princeton,
ton, Princeton, N. J., on or before Oct. 10.
FEYMAN FILM: Relation of
Mathematics to Physics, will
be shown Tuesday, Oct. 3 at
3:35 (Bth period) in Bless Aud Auditorium.
itorium. Auditorium. Anyone interested in
science is welcome, undergrad undergraduates
uates undergraduates and graduate students. Re Required
quired Required for CY 600 students.



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'THE CITY STEVE TO PLAY AT LOVE-IN
The first love-in of the season The City Steve and a sitar
for UF will be held tomorrow player.
afternoon in the Plaza of the According to Lew Rothlein,
Americas at 2:30. 2UC from Miami and organizer
of this particular love-in, this
Music , will be provided by will not be a political rally.

Veterans Payments Increase

By DAVID CHAFIN
Alligator Staff Writer
Qualified UF veterans will re receive
ceive receive an increase in the allowance
paid by the federal government
when an amendment to Public Law
358 (the G.I. Bill) goes into effect
Oct. 1.
Some veterans will not be able
to receive this raise because of
1 in
conflicting grants from other
agencies of the federal govern government,
ment, government, but there are no hardand
fast* rules to determine who the
veterans will be, according to
Dwight Sullivan, Alachua County
service officer.
Each question of eligibility will
have to be resolved under the cir circumstances

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case, he said.
The government allowances,
which are known as training
fees, are alloted to veterans
that fall in one of the following
catagories: single, married,
married with one child, or mar married
ried married with more than one child.
The allowances are lowest for
single, part-time student vet veterans
erans veterans and highest for married
veterans with children who attend
school full-time. Allowances
start at S6O per month.
A veteran will receive one
month of training fees for one
month of service, with a limit
of 36 months on the fees.
To be eligible for these
benefits, a veteran must have

been in service after Jan 31,1955,
with at least 181 days active duty
to his credit. He also must have
been in the service for more than
training, and he must have
been honorably discharged.

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Friday, September 29, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Heart Victim Dies
Despite Police Aid
Despite the efforts of two UF policemen and the extensive aid of
physicians, Theron Gilbert Terry of High Springs died shortly before
10 Wednesday night.
Terry, who suffered- a heart attack while at the wheel of his car,
was aided by officers R.L. Lambert and Ray Dean who had been
dispatched to the scene.
Officer Dean administered artificial respiration to the victim while
en rdute to the J. Hill is Miller Health Center. Upon arrival Terry
underwent treatment for 30 minutes before he began breathing again.
A
The attack was extremely serious in nature and despite the massive
efforts to revive Terry he died shortly before 10 P.M. Wednesday
evening.
Bigg Funeral Home, Madison Florida, is handling the burial
arrangements.
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Page 12

CAMPUS
LIVING
wmmmmmmmmmmm _____

By LORI STEELE
Campus Living Editor
EDITORS NOTE: This column
is for all organization news, be
it Greek, club, or other: Items
are to be turned in to the Campus
Living box in the Alligator by
every Thursday morning.
Jazz and folk masses, in addi addition
tion addition to the conventional hymns,
are on the agenda for the New Newman
man Newman Club choir. Interested per persons
sons persons are invited to the 7 p.m.
Wednesday practices. In the
meantime, The Odds Against
will play at a Newman dance to tonight
night tonight at 8 P.M. All new members
are urged to join in on the fun.
Further Newman plans include
a chartered bus to the Tulane
game. Leaving Friday, October
18, the round-trip fare is $18.70,
and must be paid by October 2.
The bus will return Sunday night,
October 17. For additional infor information,
mation, information, call 378-8084.
Adding a bit of beauty to this
column of news bits, the AOPis
had two sisters receive beauty
queen titles over the summer..
The Miss Cape Coral World and
Miss Photogenic of Florida
World titles were presented to
Sally Bendroth. Sandy Unger re received
ceived received the titles of Miss Miami
Springs and Miss Liberty.

This new Norelco Rechargeable Tripleheader
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Not to be forgotten, Delta Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Pi, international business
fraternity, will hold second
of rush smokers Tuesday, Octo October
ber October 3. Held in Room 122 of the
Reitz Union, the smoker is open
to all sophomores, juniors, and
beginning seniors in the college
of business or economics. Newly Newlyelected
elected Newlyelected officer are: Dave Knapp,
president; Chester Trow, senior
vice-president; Bill Lloyd, junior
vice-president; Jack Miller, sec secretary;
retary; secretary; Rick Schegrin, treasurer;
Elliot Premier, Historian.
Thats it for this week. There
wont lie much in the fold until
you information hounds start
roundin up some interesting
news. Soon.

II Parents Respond ll
During the summer a questionaire was mailed to the parents
of UK students from freshmen to seniors. Its purpose was to dis discover
cover discover just what parents feel is the responsibility of.the university
administration concerning their sons and daughters.
Dean Franklin Doty of the University College, one of the ori originators
ginators originators of the questionaire, said that the administration had been
proceeding on a course which they felt was the right one, but they
had never solicited parental reaction.
When compiling of the questionaires is completed they will lie
turned over to Dr. Benjamin Barger, a psychologist at the Univer University
sity University Infirmary, for evaluation.
Results may visibly affect the attitude of the University on the
in loco parentis issue in the future.

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Off-Campus Housing
Liaison For Students

The IT Off-Campus Housing Office has not for forgotten
gotten forgotten you.
A bulletin put out by the office entitled Oir
Occupying, Using, and Vacating Your Housing Unit
or How to Get In, Get (jut, Back is designed to give the off-campus stu student
dent student an idea of what both he and his landlord are
expected to contribute toward happy apartment
living.
Tiie bulletin-gists nine 'major points which cover
moving in to moving out and everything in between.
If you are dissatisfied with the condition of your
new residence, you should report the defects im immediately
mediately immediately to your landlord in writing. If the de defects
fects defects are grossly serious, such as extreme dir dirtiness,
tiness, dirtiness, inoperative fixtures, or defective furnish furnishings,
ings, furnishings, you may- report this to the housing office
and request an inspection. The bulletin states,
You are entitled to receive your housing unit
in clean condition., an accurate record of its con condition
dition condition and the amount and condition of its sup supplied
plied supplied furnishings and fixtures at the beginning of
your occupancy is very important in relation to
possible charges for damages orcleaning costs...

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Most housing projects provide inventory and
condition record forms for use in receipting the
condition of your housing unit, though some small
units do not have such forms. The Off-campus
Housing office suggests, to protect your interests..
you should make and inventory and condition re record,
cord, record, if one is not provided, soon after you occupy
your unit. Give your landlord a copy and retain
one foi yourself.
. The landlord should also be kept informed of
any future defects which riTay"arise, whether ac accidentally
cidentally accidentally caused by you or your friends or not.
Give the landlord adequate time to prepare the
defect ..before complaining to the housing office.
When you plan to vacate your apartment, the land landlord
lord landlord can expect a specific written notice. If you
will be absent for a time before finally moving
your possessions from the living unit give the
landlord written notice so he knows when the
unit can l>e re-rented.
He nice to your landlord and to the people who
will move in after you. l eave the apartment or
other housing unit clean, sanitary, and neat.
You should even be noble and leave it in bet better
ter better condition than it was when you received it

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SG Initiates Loan Fund

By DAVE DOUCETTE
Alligator Staff Writer
Student Body President
Charles Shepherd will ask Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Council to enact a Stu StuTX
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dent Loan Program in lieu of
the earlier proposed Utilities
Bond Program, as an attempt
to relieve some of the financial
Jmrdereplaced on students be because
cause because of the recent tuition hike.
Although the Utilities Bond
Program was a plank of my
platform, the Student Loan Pro Program
gram Program will mean more for the stu students
dents students in the long run, stated
Shepherd.
The Student Loan Program will
be similar to the IFCs loan
program where the loans are
for short term and small
amounts. Shepherd wants the Uni University
versity University to administer the loans.
$15,000 to $20,000 will be used
to fund the program for one year.
Shepherd said he did not know
how long the program will last
because there is an emergency
at the present time.
The governor raised the tui tuition
tion tuition and then vetoed his own $4
million loan program so there is

Le/Moyne Selected
ROTC Commander
John M. LeMoyne, 4BA, has been selected Cadet Brigade Com Commander
mander Commander of ROTC for this year, according to a recent announcement
from Colonel Arlo Mitchel, professor of military science.
According to Mitchell, this is the highest position a cadet can
attain and it carries with it the rank of Cadet Colonel. LeMoyne
was chosen because of his performance at the advanced ROTC
summer camp at Ft. Bragg, N.C., and for his record in military
studies at the UF.
Besides having served in the army reserve, he has completed
jump school, special forces school, and jumpmaster school. He
also belongs to Gator Raiders, the UF counter-insurgency unit.
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a tuition increase with no com compensating
pensating compensating funds," Shepherd
pointed out.
The Student Utilities Bond Pro Program
gram Program was a plan to help students
living off campus to pay the S3O
utilities fee required by the City
of Gainesville.
Under the program, Student
Government would issue S3O cer certificates
tificates certificates each year to the first
1,000 students applying for them.
The certificates, under an agree agreement
ment agreement between the city and SG,
would allow students to have
utilities service without paying
the necessary deposits2s for
electricity and $5 for water.
The Gainesville City Commis Commission
sion Commission approved the program, but
the Leg Council did not, causing
the program not to go into ef effect
fect effect this fall.
Shepherd said the loan pro program
gram program would go Into effect imme immediately,
diately, immediately, if approved by Leg Coun Council.
cil. Council.

Friday, September 29, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

II Fire Victim Dies II
Robert Stanley, 42, one of three men burned in a September 6
fire on the UF campus, died Wednesday morning at the Univei Univeisitys
sitys Univeisitys Shands Teaching Hospital and Clinic.
The fire occured when a 4,100-volt line shorted on a switching
station located across from the J. Hillis Miller Medical Health
Center.
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14,000 cheering fans, taking up every seat of a sports
stadium to hear ... a poetry reading?
Yes, it has happened is still happening, in fact. But not,
you will be unsurprised to learn, in the United States. It
happens in Russia, and the poet they come to cheer is Andrei
Voznesensky.
Os course, while his readings may draw a few thousand
fewer souls elsewhere, Voznesenskys reputation as a great
poet is not confined to Russia. Robert Lowell has written
of him, He is full of invention, fireworks and humor ... a
first rate craftsman who has had the heroic patience and
imagination to be himself.
Anchor Books has just published .1 volume of Voznesen Voznesenskys
skys Voznesenskys verse, including eight new poems, entitled Antiworlds
and The Fifth Ace (edited by Patricia Blake and Max
Hayward; $1.95). It is a bilingual edition, with the Russian
texts on left hand pages and English versions facing them.
And it is a remarkable venture in the art of translation,
because six American poets W. H. Auden, Jean Garrigue,
Stanley Kunitz, Stanley Moss, William Jay Smith, and
Richard Wilbur worked with the editors from literal
translations of the poems to create English equivalents.
Voznesensky has written the translators of Antiworlds: I
have long been convinced that poetry must be translated by
poets. A poet understands another poet, even without the
help of a dictionary ..
W. H. Auden, in a foreword to this volume, tells why he
and many thousands of non-Russians throughout the world
want to hear and read Voznesenskys poetry; One of the
primary proofs that a poem, or any work of art, has value
is that, wherever, whenever, and by whomever it was made,
we find it relevant to ourselves, our time, and eur place. I
am certain that Mr. Voznesensky is a goed though I know no Russian and have never been to Russia,
his poems, even in English translation, have much to say to
me.

The Motorcycle Book (a Doubleday paperback, $1.95)
has much to say to anyone who is part of, or plans to join,
the new breed of cycle owners. Peter C. Reid and Don Lehr Lehrbaum,
baum, Lehrbaum, both dedicated cyclists, have written an absolutely
up-to-date, non-technical handbook that explains what you
need to know to buy a new or used machine intelligently ;
how to keep it in top condition; how to ride it skillfully and
safely; how to deal with emergency situations; and how to
enjoy it and still stay in one, unbroken piece.
The o books reviewed above are published by the spon- V
sors of this column, Uoubleday Anchor Books, 277 Park
Avenue, Sew York City, and Doubleday & Company,
Inc., Carden City, Sew York. You'll find them both at
one of the best equipped booksellers in the country
your own college store.

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[, The Florida Alligator, Friday, September 29, 1967

Levin-Inspired Meeting
To Plan Demonstrations

By ALLEN PIERLEONI
Alligator Feature Writer
Alan Levin, controversial campus liberal leader
and former SDS (Students for Democratic Society)
chairman, is a young man with problems. Levin,
who is opposed to the war in Vietnam and the
entire draft system, recently lost his 1-W (Con (Concientious
cientious (Concientious Objector) classification and wasironic wasironically
ally wasironically enoughdrafted.
I drove to his house at 1360 N.E. 2nd St. for
a taped interview to find out if he planned to defy
federal law and refuse induction. The bearded,
sandled Satanic figure who greeted me at the door
seemed cooperative for the interview, so I began
to set up the tape recorder.
That's when al> hell broke loose. A knock at
the door, and suddenly a Gainesville police of officer
ficer officer was standing in the living room. His narrow
stare shifted between Levin and myself.
Which one Os you is Alan Levin?" he asked,
his voice richlf flavored with authority and right rightousness.
ousness. rightousness.
I am," ansttfred Levin.
Alan, I hav# feere a warrent for your arrest."
The cop smile4jj|
That's nice. Iffcats it for?"
Levin read his copy of the warrent and then
called his wife, Gila, who was upstairs,There's
a cop here!" he shouted.
r*
The pert bnMjgtte bounded down the stairs. Are
you being ai'rtpfed?" she squealed. He nodded.
Oh, goody!" flba exclaimed, and went back up upstairs
stairs upstairs to chang^frto something suitable for Gaines Gainesville's
ville's Gainesville's infamou# police station.
Levin was calling his counsel when his wife came
back down. You know, this police station isnt
going to be here too much longer," she said,
giving the cop a dirty look.
Levin hung up and pinned to his green shirt
a button which read, HELL NO-THE RESISTANCE."
Gotta have my button," he mumbled to me,
grinning. The Levins got in my car and we fol followed
lowed followed the cop to the station. On the way, Levin
explained why he was being arrested.
It seems that last summer Levin and a group
of his associates decided to test a state law which
forbids people from urging others not to join
the armed forces and to avoid the draft. Levin
felt that the law was unconstitutional so he printed
leaflets and borrowed a loud speaker.
His idea was to inform Gainesville citizens that
they ought not cooperate with current draft laws,
via a loud speaker hanging out a car window.
Levin told me that he called the police station and
asked if he needed a permit for this political
solicitation, and said he was told
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A Gainesville city ordinance prohibits the use
of a mobile broadcasting unit without a license,
and Levins arrest was for violation of this or ordinance.
dinance. ordinance.
While Levin was being booked, I talked to Capt.
of Detectives R.T. Angel, who told me that he
knew nothing of Levin having received permission
to use the mobile broadcasting studio.
If he goes to court he could be fined up to
SSOO or get up to 60 days in jail, or both," Angel
said. I told Angel that Levin had been inducted
into the Army and was supposed to leave Tuesday
at 6:30 a.m. Angel said that the next court session
would be on Tuesday afternoon.
He will have to get this mess straightened
out with the state attorney or with the judge,"
Angel said.
Levin's wife was in the waiting room downstairs.
Does he plan to be inducted Tuesday or not?" I
asked. She told me that Levin planned to have a
large demonstration at the bus station and that he
would refuse to be inducted.
He did have a Concientious Objector deferment,"
she told me, but when he went to his draft board
and started handing out pamphlets that were sorta
anti-draft...well...the newspapers got ahold of it and
played it up, so a month or so later he got a
1-A. I just can't understant it."
His wife also told me that the short-lived at attempt
tempt attempt at the newspaper Crocidile" was printed
on her husbands press, and that he was an oc occasional
casional occasional contributor.
The philosophy degree-holding Levin came back
to the front desk for further interrogation. He
was still wearing his little button, and his beard
made the officers squirm in their seats.
Shortly his defense advisors showed up. Marshall
B. Jones, chariman of the Florida Civil Liberties
Union, and Bob Shetterly, Chairman of the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville branch of the FCLU, came to Levins rescue.
In a closed conference the 3 minds met and schemed.
They decided to leave Levin in jail, thus making
him miss his appointment with Uncle Sam Tuesday
m orning and putting him in jeopardy of the wrath
of the federal government. I left the scene, bowing
slightly and shaking hands, intent upon attending the
meeting sponsored by Jones and Shetterly this
Friday at 8 p.m. in room 341 of the Reitz Union.
The topic of the open meeting? Alan Levin, na naturally,
turally, naturally, The speakers will try to organize volun volunteers
teers volunteers for planned demonstrations in protest of Po Police
lice Police station. Perhaps the whole lot will end up
in jail with Levin. Or, maybe they, too, will lose
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in posNoss-ioii of an uncontrol lablo ouriosity, you invostigatod. An
unannouncod art oxibif.'
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e'ndowod wolle'ndowod with tho fino works of tho rosidontsof tho city and tho faculty
and staff of tho University. Unfortunately, tho ovont was jxtoiiy
publicized on the campus because of the oarlinoss of the acadomic voar.
A total of HO paintings and two batiks were shown.
Tho Gainosvillo l ino Arts Association is basically a program associ associated
ated associated with tho residents of tho city; however, this year groat efforts
aro being made to professionalize tho association. Tho bridge between
the academic and residential communities of Gainesville must l>o
crossed.
The societys president is William J. Osborne, assistant director
of the J. Wayne Riot/ Union.
Osborne, interested in the broad brush educational approach, has
arranged to have running exibits on the second floor all year., designed
to interest every student regardless of his knowledge or background in
the arts.
This exposes the passer-by and the gallery hopper to our facultys
work, as well as nationally and internationally known artists and their
work. The Gainesville f ine Arts Association is a major cog in this
educational plan.
Osborne showed three of Ills works in the exhibit. All were entitled
Seascape which seemed to perplex viewers. They were somewhat
of an enigma to us, too.
Osborne told us that there had been a mistake in the program.
A bright green but shaded background with brown clad figures in
middle right was entitled A File of Monks. A weirdly etherial,
but precise painting in browns and reds was entitled Spacescape.
The third painting, sold almost immediately, was done in a seemingly
endless array of yellows, the subject being sailboats at sunrise.
Lectures, showings and any other privilege of membership are
extended to the UF student for a fee of one dollar. To a student artist
this is an opportunity to show his work, a chance to create a market
and reputation.
For the Sunday painter, showing your workcanbe an enlightening
and gratifing experience. And to everyone, it is a worthwhile and
educational experience.
Genets'Balcony
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By JOE TOPCHIA
Features Editor
We sell people their mpst
secret imagination, exclaims
Irma (Shelly Winters) as the
madam in the screen production
of Jean Genets The Balcony,
noyv playing at the State.
And she does.
The setting of The Balcony
is a brothel -a brothel where
visitors come to escape from
the falseness of real life into the
falseness of their dreams.
A gas-meter reader (Jeff
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oi these chaiacteib (yea,

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As the fighting moves closer,
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She is content with the safe reality
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But Peter Falk (who has two
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from beginning to end, Falk is
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As the big steel curtain closes,
lima has a parting morality: she
. turns to the audience and tells
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, The Florida Alligator, Friday, September 29, 1967

mm* Sorry Prof
BY JOE TORCHIA
Lets face it: we all cut classes at one time of another and
we all offer our profs reasons for cutting. What follows are
a few of those reasons:
I missed your class the other day
Because Uncle Fred passed away.
I couldnt come to class; I was so upset;
He was my favorite uncle whom Ill never forget.
I felt so bad when Uncle Fred died;
I got the news and then I cried.
I was his favorite nephew, he always said;
He called out my name on his death bed.
Uncle Fred was so good to me;
I really had to go, you see.
So thats why I missed the other day:
Poor Uncle Charlie passed away.
I* *
I am sick! I tried to plead.
The reply was simple: one word: Bleed.
I am ill! I then did cry!
The reply was simpledone word: Die.
But Im not well, my dear professor!-
The reply was simple: See your confessor.
But, dear prof, Im getting worse!
You may attend class in a hearse.
* *
I was on my way when it started to rain;
The wiper didnt work so I had to remain.
I waited a while before it would stop,
And tried to hurry, but met a cop.
He didnt understand I was late for psych;
From now on, he said, youll need a bike.
I still tried to make it, with little success,
And then my front tire began to depress.
I finally made it to the parking lot,
And then tried to park, but couldnt find a spot.
And thats why, dear prof, I hope you will see
It wasnt my fault entirely.
He looked at me once and then he spoke:
Were you lost in the snack bar with all that smoke?
* *
The alarm clock rang: buzz, buzz.
I staggered out of bed.
The alarm clock rang: buzz, buzz.
I hurried to the head.
The alarm clock rang: buzz, buzz.
I rapidly got dressed.
The alarm clock rang: buzz, buzz.
Ill never make that test.
The alarm clock rang: buzz, buzz.
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Ranked Gators Throw
Eckdahl At Miss. State

By ROB PADECKY
Alligator Sports Editor
JACKSON, Miss. -- Floridas
aspiring Gators, ranked 13th in
the nation, throw Jackie Eckdahl
as its quarterback at Mississ Mississippi
ippi Mississippi State here Saturday night at
7:30 (CST).
Sophomore Eckdahl won the
much discussed quarterback
spot from senior Harmon Wages

*by Albert the Alligator told to Bob Larec
Old Albert almost was out of a home this year--the computer
wouldnt let me register for my cage. Everythings been ironed
out now, however, and Im back to let all of you poor, dumb students
know how the football games are going to turn out.
If youll remember, your loyal mascot has had the highest per percentage
centage percentage of correct predictions of any major newspaper in the state.
This year will be even better.
This summer there was a national conference of mascots, and
I picked up a lot of inside information.
This year well start off with Uncle Alberts upsets of the week.
One of them is really a big one.^
Clemson over Georgia--You may laugh now, but wait until Saturday.
South Carolina over Duke--Those South Carolina boys are a bunch
of gamecocks.
Now for the rest of the winners.
Florida over Miss St.The Gators will be a 10-0 this year. This
one will be 17-7.
F.S.U. over North Carolina St.Could be a surprise.
Miami over Penn St.Those Miami people should win by a nose.
Alabama over Southern MissAlabama crawls all over Southern
Miss.
Tennessee over AuburnYou know, Ive always wondered why the
teachers didnt strike when we had a Democratic Governor.
Georgia Tech over Texas ChristianAfter this game the Christians
might believe that God is dead.
Houston over Wake Forest--Would you believe who the Trees have
for a mascot? Smokey the Bear.
Illinois over Pittsburgh--After playing us, they need a break.
V.P.I. over Kansas St.Did you know that in a national survey,
86% of the people didnt know what VPI stood for. Wow!
Mississippi over KentuckyThe South will rise again.
L.S.U. over Texas A&M Should be close.
Southern Cal over Michigan St.The Trojans knock State on its
Duffy.
Missouri over Northwestern-The bubble will burst this week.
Tulane over North CarolinaThe Greenies ride to victory on a
Tu-lane highway.
Syracuse over West VirginiaAfter all, West Virginia is a de depressed
pressed depressed area.
Texas over Texas TechWin this one for Lyndonhe needs it.
U.C.L.A. over Washington St.With this kind of opposition any anybody
body anybody could be number two.
Rice over NavyThe only good thing about the Navy is that they
dont draft people.
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by his sharp running against Illi Illinois
nois Illinois last week. But oddly enough,
its UFs ground game thats
questionable in its first SEC
game.
We were working all week on
our offensive blocking, said
Graves. Our line blocking was
very poor against Illinois, were
going to have to clock much
better to beat State.
Mississippi State is a 13-point

underdog to the Gators. Its
defense is its strong point, allow
it gave up 30 points against
Georgia last week.
The offense fumbled five
times it lost the game, not the
defense, mentioned Graves.
And when you consider that
Georgia has one of the best run running
ning running offenses in the nation, its
a noteworthy task.
Their offense will start five
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In fact, when asked what wili
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Weve got to kill Death and
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'Death and Destruction is
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Illinois had a tough backer
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but Lewis is better, he can
really hit you.
But its not unusual to see such
head-knockers in a Mississippi
State line-up. Through the years,
MSU has done the best head headknocking
knocking headknocking against the Gators.
In the past, Mississippi State
has been the roughest football
team for us, adds Graves,and
that bars none, Florida State,
Auburn or anybody else.
Graves is concerned about the
State power sweeps and options.
Illinois ran the option play very
successfully against UF and al although
though although MSU differs slightly in
technique, theirs is to be
feared just as much.
The Gators also possess a
rock-hard defense, although
much younger. The UF defenders
shutout the Fighting Illini in its
first college try and Graves didnt
think Illinois had a bad offense.
Says Graves, Our defense was
lucky, no doubt. But they also
have ability in equal measure.
And if they can hold a team score scoreless
less scoreless that will average three
touchdowns a game, then they can
play defense with the big boys.
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Hallowed tradition
of "pinning" a girl is
up-dated by
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According to an independent survey (we took it
ourselves), a startling new practice is becoming
widespread on some college campuses.
Suddenly, fraternity men are no longer "pinning"
the lovely young things that catch their eye.
Instead, they reach for a bottle of tart,
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All of which makes for a much more moving moment
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Then, too, the intimacy of two people engaged
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i, The Picric- ligator, Friday, September 29, 1967

DENTIST LATER

Grid Sidetracks Tannen

By MICHAEL ABRAMS
Alligator Sports Writer
Instead of knocking teeth out,
Steve Tannen.may spend the rest
of his life pulling them. Floridas
star sophomore defensive back
wants to be a dentist.
Meanwhile the 6-2; 189 re recruit
cruit recruit from Miami Southwest High
School is busy impressing his
coaches.
Steve has got the speed and
range to be a real fine defen defensive
sive defensive back, said Assistant Head ~
Coach Gene Ellenson yesterday.
If he continues to develop he
could be a real great one.
Tannen finds himself in a squad
of six sophomore recruits who
must step into the shoes of sen seniors
iors seniors Bobby Downs and Tom Hun Hungerbuhler.
gerbuhler. Hungerbuhler. Os the six, Tannen
and Paul Maliska are ex-re ex-receivers
ceivers ex-receivers which gives them an edge
on the defense.
Both Tannen and Maliska have
pass catching experience so they
rate a plus, said Ellenson.
They are both big enough to
support and tackle well.
Listeners Set
For Gators
The biggest listening party partyin
in partyin Dixie will be staged here
Saturday night when UF students,
local citizens and football fans
gather at Florida Field to hear
their Gators oppose Mississippi
State University in a key South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference grid battle
at Jackson, Miss.
Gates will open at 7:30 and a
special pre-game program will
begin at 8.
Arrangements are being made
for Florida Coach Ray Graves
and several of his players to
speak to the assembled Florida
Field crowd via long distance
. telephone over a public address
system hookup between 8 and
the 8:30 p.m. kickoff.
The game will be piped through
the stadium PA system via Ita Itadio
dio Itadio Station WRUF.
Graves has agreed to provide
free soft drinks throughout the
evening and Servomation-Mathi Servomation-Mathias,
as, Servomation-Mathias, Inc., the firm which coor coordinates
dinates coordinates the Universitys food ser service
vice service operations, win donate free
coffee.
The Gator Band win play-be play-before
fore play-before the kickoff and again at
halftime, according to Band Di Director
rector Director Richard \V. Bowles. Al Alternate
ternate Alternate cheerleaders win also
attend.
Game action will be simulated
on the field with a football moved
to correspond with yardage yardagegained
gained yardagegained and the progression of
downs.
A similar listening party in
1 906 drew more than 6,000 fans
to Florida -Field' to hear the Ga Gaana
ana State .University.
L cant think of a better way
-to support our football squad
if we cant be in Jackson to
cheer for them, said- William
Cross, assistant director of Reitz
Union and coordinator of the
event.
""There are- no" date ticket ticketneeded.,
needed., ticketneeded., admission is free...
cokes and coffee will be free...
and were hoping for a big win.
I hope University studenPraiid
the Citizens of Gainesville will
make it a point to join us at
Florida Field Saturday night.
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expressing hope the Red Sox
would win the American League
peMMint.

Steve came to UF just be because
cause because I always wanted to. I like
it here.
At first Tannen wanted to go
into medicine, Taut a doctor
is on call just about all the
time. When youre a dentist you
can set your own hours. A lot
of people have the idea -that
all football players are physical
ecucation majors. Thats not true
because a lot of guys on the team
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want to go into engineering and
medicine. ;
Steve, who played his first col college
lege college game last week against Il Illinois,
linois, Illinois, didnt think much of their
All-America offensive end John
Wright.
Wright didnt impress me that
much,' said Tannen. Illinois
was a large team physically,
but we were better.
A good linebacker on defense,
according to Steve, must be agile,
and able to move in all direc directions
tions directions with equal facility.
Youve gotHtd be fast to keep
up with a guy today, said Tan Tannen.
nen. Tannen. Youve got to be ready
to defense the pass play and then
you have to support the line in
case they try to run.
Speed and Tannen are -no
strangers. Last spring, he turned
in the fastest 220 hurdles time
for a freshman in the United
States.
Having to replace graduating
seniors next year doesnt seem
to worry Tannen.
One thing about .Coach Brown,
he makes you work, he con concluded.
cluded. concluded. Right now om second
team defense is not top far behind
the first string. We have a good
defensive backfieki and 1 think
we are going to have a great
one with time.

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Gators Wont Win Games
With Two Quarterbacks

By PAUL KAPLAN
Assistant Sports Editor

Coach Ray Graves has two
men who could be 60-minute
quarterbacks at almost any col college
lege college in the country. The truth
is however, he only wants one.
Experience has shown him one
man can run a club more effi efficiently
ciently efficiently and successfully than two.
Who is the man? The senior
waiting in the wings, or the so sophomore
phomore sophomore with three seasons of
possible greatness in front of
him?
Whoever he is, he had better
be found by November 4.
Because thats the day the
Gators journey to Alabama for
a game with Auburn, Floridas
arch SEC rival.
The Tigers are strong this
year; stronger than the team
that almost ruined last seasons
Gator Homecoming when Steve
Spurrier kicked a last-minute
field goal for a 30-27 win.
Super Steve isnt back this
year, but the Gators can do it
without him IF' they are able to
concentrate on the maneuvers
of one quarterback.
Some say that you cant tamper
with success; others say that
both are too good to keep on the
bench; still others note that the
running and passing of the two
Can You
Bow/299?
By ALLEN COWAN
Alligator Staff Writer
If youre as good a bowler
as Manuel Fernandez (SEG), you
should consider joining one of the
many leagues now being formed
for competition in the new J.
Wayne Reitz student union.
Fernandez,- wanting to get in
shape for the upcoming college
leagues, bowled practice games
last week of 290-170-240/709.
Only a stubborn eight pin in the
final frame kept Fernandez from
obtaining every bowlers dream,
a 300 game.
Fernandez, whose highest
sanctioned average is 185, had a
previous high game of 279/677.
Since the unions highest game
to date wasnt sanctioned, Ervin
> H. Meeth, games area manager
said, "We can only give Manny
three free games, For his per personal
sonal personal scrapbook, Fernandez got
a Xerox copy of the scoresheet.
"If Fernandez had bowled his
299 in one of our leagues,
Meeth went on, "he would have
been awarded a combination qold qolddiamond
diamond qolddiamond ring with 29 inscribed
on the crest.
Jim Weldon, night counter man,
was on duty. when Fernandez
bowled his big game on lane 2.
"A crowd of 10 to 12 students,
had gathered to watch Fernandez
bowl, Weldon said. "The kid
throws a pretty good ball. The
frames I watched, he threw the
ball right in the pocket.
'Rifles Start
With less than a week of prac pracice
ice pracice on the firing range, the
Florida Rifles journey to Miss Mississippi
issippi Mississippi State University this Sat Saturday
urday Saturday to open the 1967-68 rifle
season.
"Miss. State should be one of
the rifle powerhouses in the South
this year, stated Captain Tom Tom
Tom my Smith, Rifles advisor v

men make for the complete quar quarterback.
terback. quarterback.
This reporter says "no. One
need only look back to the career
of Spurrier. The Heisman Trophy
winner was often a notoriously
slow starter, but whether it was
in the second quarter, third quar quarter,
ter, quarter, or last minute of the game,
Steve almost always-"warmed
up in time to pull off the big
play that wins games.
Fortunately, Eckdahl managed
to come off the bench with that
big play in the first game. He
cant be expected to do it every
time.
If Eckdahl had played the whole
game and gotten those bad passes
out of his system in the first
half, there is no telling how many
points the Gators might have
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And if Wages had continued his
accurate passing in the second
half instead of being lifted with
a sore ankle, his consistency
would have likely shown up on
the scoreboard.
Neither Eckdahl or Wages are
at this point comparable toSpur toSpurier.
ier. toSpurier. But give either one the
reins for a full game, and they
might just show some real ac actio
tion actio on the field and on the
scoreboard.
The Gators played a fine game
against Illinois, but the com comparatively
paratively comparatively young defensive unit
cannot be expected to stymie
the likes of Auburn, or even
Louisiana State whom we play
in only eight days. Our offense
must score some points.

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2. Florida State
3. Miami
4. Tennessee
5. Missouri
6. Notre Dame
7. Mississippi
8. Duke
9. Georgia
10. Georgia Tech.
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The Harmon Football Forecast
TOP 20 TEAMS (Forecasting Average: 278 Right, 92 Wrong, 14 Ties 751)

Other Games South & Southwest

Arkansas A & M 14
Arkansas State 33
Arlington 20
Chattanooga 22
Concord 48
Eastern Kentucky 23
Eton 15
Emory & Henry 18
Florence 21
Howard Payne 23
Jacksonville 19
Lamar Tech. 17
Lenoir-Rhyne 24
Martin 26
Morehead 27
Ouachita 27
Presbyterian 20
Randolph-Macon 32
S. F. Austin 17
Sam Houston 31
Southern State 20
Southwest Texas 22
Texas A & I 21
Texas Lutheran 27
West Liberty 16
Western Carolina 21
Western Kentucky 17
V

1. Florida
2. F.S.U.
3. Miami
4. Tennessee
Zi, Missouri
G. Notre Dame
7. Mississippi
8. Duke
t. Ga.
10. Ga. Te'ch.
FI A. 27 Point

1 NOTRE DAME
2 HOUSTON
3 SOUTHERN CAL.
4 GEORGIA
5 U.C.L.A.

Saturday, Sept. 30 Major Colleges

Alabama A 30
Arizona State 14
Arkansas 20
Army 33
Boston U. 20
Bowling Green 20
**Brigham Young 19
Buffalo 20
Citadel 20
Colgate 30
Cornell 24
Dartmouth 20
Duke 21
East Carolina 27
Florida 30
Florida State 21
Georgia 23
Georgia Tech. 28
Harvard 28
Holy Cross 13
Houston 44
Idaho 22
Illinois 27
Indiana 15
Memphis State 31
Miami, Fla. 14
Miami (Ohio) 26
Michigan 21
Mississippi 21
Missouri 17
Nebraska 21
New Mexico 14
North Carolina 20
North Texas 13
Notre Dame 31
Ohio State 17
Ohio U. 21
Oklahoma 15
Oregon 10
Oregon State 23
Pennsylvania 20
Princeton 16
Rhode Island 20
Rice 15
Southern Cal. 21
Stanford 24
Syracuse 21
Tennessee 14
Texas 21
Texas A & M 14
Toledo 22
U C.L.A. 42
Utah State 14
Vanderbilt 24
ViUanova 19
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Washington 21
West Texas 21
Wichita 17
Wyoming 27

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Wisconsin 10
Tulsa 8
Boston College 7
Temple 7
Dayton 15
Western Michigan 0
Virginia 19
Maine 17
Columbia 12
Bucknell 14
Massachusetts 8
South Carolina 19
Davidson 6
Mississippi State 7
North Carolina St. 14
Clemson 7
T.C.U 8
Lafayette 0
Yale 10
Wake Forest 0
Idaho State 6
Pittsburgh 8
Kansas 14
Cincinnati 0
Penn. State 8
Xavier 7
California 12
Kentucky 7
Northwestern 14
Minnesota 7
lowa State 13
Tulane .. 14
Louisville 10
Purdue 10
Arizona 8
Kent State 20
Maryland 6
Utah 7
lowa 14
Lehigh 16
Rutgers 7
Brown 17
Navy 14
Michigan State 15
San Jose State 8
West Virginia 6
Auburn 7
Texas Tech. 18
L.S.U. 13
Marshall 0
Washington State 6
New Mexico State 9
William & Mary 6
Delaware 14
Richmond 8
Kansas State 10
Air Force 10
Pacific 13
Drake 6
Colorado State 0

Miss. College 13
Tennessee Tech. 14
East Texas 6
Middle Tennessee 21
West Va. State 0
Austin Peay 7
Appalachian 14
Catawba 7
Livingston 6
Angelo 0
Carson-Newman 7
SE Louisiana 8
Newberry 7
SE Missouri 14
Murray 6
Harding 12
Wofford 8
Washington & Lee 6
Delta State 15
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Arkansas Tech. 19
Sul Ross 14
Trinity 6
Bishop 6
West Va. Tech. 0
Guilford 9
East Tennessee 0

11 ALABAMA
12 FLORIDA STATE
13 MEMPHIS STATE
14 NEBRASKA
15 SYRACUSE

It may be a new football season, but most
of the names in our first Top Twenty for 1967
havent changed too much from 1966 ... or
from 1965 for that matter. There are a few
not so shy new-comers, however, such as
Colorado, Northwestern, and Memphis State,
but otherwise theyre the old familiar faces.
Mississippi, Arkansas, Michigan State
are all very prominent by their temporary
absence.
As expected, Notre Dame is on top of the
heap with a rather fantastic power quotient of
124.7. This makes them a 21-point favorite
over Purdue, ranked ninth.
In the runner-up position sits a real
muscle-flexer Houston. After running
rough-shod over what was to have been a
tough Michigan State team last week, the
Cougars will have things even more their
own way against Wake Forest. Houston will
win by seven touchdowns.
The Trojans of Southern Cal, #3, did have
a rough tussle last week with Texas, and just
might be in for more of the same against a
pretty unhappy bunch of Michigan State
Spartans. So . Southern Cal over the
Staters by a conservative six points.
Right on the heels of Top Dogs 1,2, and 3, is
Big Pup #4, Georgia. The Bulldogs are ex expected
pected expected to munch on Tiger meat . Georgia
over Clemson by 16 points. U.C.L.A. is fifth,
and theyll make Washington State this weeks
victim. The difference, 36 points.
Florida is in sixth position with Wyoming
seventh. Both are favored, the Gators over
Mississippi State by 23, and the Cowboys over
Colorado State by 27.
The o.ice-beaten Texas Longhorn is on the
Bth rung of the national ladder, and theyll
just squeak by Texas Tech by three points.
And another once-beaten, Tennessee, is in the
#lO spot. The Vols are seven points too strong
for Auburn.
Leading the second ten and a pretty un unfamiliar
familiar unfamiliar position it is for these people r-
Alabama. They will rebound against Southern
Mississippi this week, winning by 30 points.
Florida State #l2, will edge North Carolina
State by a touchdown.
Thirteenth-ranked Memphis State will give
Cincinnati a going-over by about 31 points,
and Nebraska will dump the Gophers of Min Minesota
esota Minesota by fourteen. The Huskers are rated #l4.
In the only game involving two members of
the elite group, 17th-rated Missouri is a
three-point favorite over 19th-ranked North Northwestern.
western. Northwestern.
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