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Scholarship Convocation Today

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Vol. 60, No. 9

FOR HOMECOMING
Blue Key Is Given
Huge Seating Bloc
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By KATHIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writar
Florida Blue Key easily picked up 170 Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming seats on the 50-yard-line, hut Student
Government struggled to gain a bloc one-third
as large for the FSU football game in a lively
Legislative Council Meeting Tuesday night.
Florida Blue Key received the bloc for the
Homecoming game with Vanderbilt in recognition
of services rendered in sponsoring Homecoming
67. The authorization, which differs from a bill
in that it requires only one reading to go into
effect, encountered very little opposition on the floor
'nd passed easily.

Uncle Sam Defers
Levin Temporarily

Alan Levin, former leader of
the Students for a Democratic
Society (SDS), was back distribu distributing
ting distributing anti-war leaflets on the UF
campus Wednesday.
He is trying to raise bond
money for two men who were
arrested Tuesday at the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville bus station for attempting
to block the departure of the bus
on which Levin was riding to
Jacksonville for induction into
the Army.
Levin declared Wednesday that
he was illegally inducted. I am
INDEX
Campus Living 5
Editorials 6
Features 11, 14
Letters . ~ 7
Sports 15, 16
TJPI News

By JANIE GOULD
Alligator Staff Writer
Fourth period classes are being cancelled today
for the 14th annual Scholarship Convocation in the
UF gym.
UF President Stephen C. OConnell will preside
at this first official function of the year. Board
of Regents Chairman Chester Ferguson will speak
on Education is Our Hope.
The convocation will begin at 11:15 with an aca academic
demic academic procession by members of the Administrative
Council, consisting of all deans, vice-presidents,
the registrar, and the director of libraries. The
UF Gator band will play the processional.
Lester Hale, vice-president for student affairs,
will announce the nearly 400 scholarship recipients.
Among the awards are the J. Hillis Miller Mem Memorial
orial Memorial Scholarships, given for academic achieve achievement
ment achievement in the University College and upper division
colleges. Other prizes are the University of Florida

The
Florida Alligator
THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

a conscientious objector and was
classified this by my draft board
in Miami, he said.
I believe that I was reclassi reclassified
fied reclassified 1-A because of my political
activity, he added. I have not
yet refused induction, but! will.
The bearded UF student, who
warned he would not step for forward
ward forward when his name was called
at the army induction center
in Jacksonville, was temporarily
deferred by Uncle Sam Tuesday.
Levin 23, wearing a sign on
his back proclaiming War is
Hell Dont Go, was passed
over at the induction center when
he refused to fill out a sub subversive
versive subversive clearance form.
Levin is temporarily dis disqualified
qualified disqualified for military service,
said Navy Cmdr. Robert J. Wat Watkins,
kins, Watkins, head of the army induc induction
tion induction center at the Jacksonville
Naval Air Station. He would not
elaborate.

FOURTH PERIOD CLASSES CANCELLED

University of Florida, Gainesville

A second authorization requested the formation
of a 150-seat SG Preferential Bloc for the UF UFFSU
FSU UFFSU game on Nov. 25.
SG plans to host FSU student leaders at the game
in order to return the courtesy extended last year
when FSU leaders hosted the UF student body
president and cabinet.
Sponsors could not push the authorization through
the council without radical changes, however.
The size of the bloc was cut from 150 seats
to 50. Twenty-six of the seats will go to FSU
student leaders, the other seats going to UF cam campus
pus campus leaders. The list of UF officers sitting in the
bloc must be approved by the SG Group Seating
Committee.

A third authorization, intro introduced
duced introduced by Majority Floor Leader
Greg Johnson, authorizes the
Group Seating Committees sus suspension
pension suspension of the 10 per cent limit
on increase of bloc size for the
1967 season. It also provides for
the establishing of bloc size by
the Group Seating Committee,
leaving it to the committee to
determine the number of seats
in each bloc.
A bill with the same wording
was also passed by the council.
Johnson explained that the auth authorization
orization authorization would give the com committee
mittee committee authority to act for the
next home game,- meanwhile giv giving
ing giving the Council time to give the
bill its required second reading.
The bill, if passed, would go into
effect for the remaining home
games.
In other action, the council
passed a resolution endorsing the
new student code of conduct and
commending the members of the
Faculty Senate for approving the
new code.
The student salary fund of the
budget was also passed, the only
change being an increase in sal salaries
aries salaries for SG officers.

Honor Scholarships for freshmen, sophomores, up upper
per upper division students, and junior college transfer
students.
Other scholarships include various memorial
scholarships, Food Fair scholarships, General Mot Motors
ors Motors Scholarships, Confederate Memorial Scholar Scholarships,
ships, Scholarships, Panhellenic Scholarship, Phi Kappa Phi
Scholarship, and the Radio Corporation of America
in Science Scholarship.
The Thomas Jefferson Award for Excellence in
Teaching will go to a member of the University
College faculty.
The fraternity, sorority, and men and womens
dorms with the highest academic averages will
be announced by Dean of Women Betty Cosby.
However, the Greeks, Pi Lambda Phi, and Delta
Phi Epsilon, will not be present because of Rosh
Hashanah.
All students are expected to attend this first
official function o:' the year, said Hale. This
years convocation is unusually significant in that
Mr. Ferguson is. It is urged that all students par participate
ticipate participate in this accent on scholarship.

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THE THINKER
Bill Nickerson, 3EG, typifies the famous
statue as he stares pensively into the pond
in front bf the J. Wayne Reitz Union.
UF Gym Bleachers
Declared Hazardous
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By 808 PADECKY
* Alligator Sports Editor
The roll-away bleachers on the south side of Florida gym have
been condemned, the Alligator learned Tuesday.
Worn down with time 2l years the bleachers were declared
unsafe this summer by Paul C. McMillan, janitorial superintendent
on his yearly inspection of the gym.
The Physical Education Department has closed down the bleachers,
and the UF Athletic Board has granted approval for the replacement
of the old bleachers.
Including minor repairs to the east and west stands, the replace replace"Ttrfent
"Ttrfent replace"Ttrfent project will cost SIO,OOO. This sum will be paid with Athletic
Association funds. The UF usually splits bills with the Athletic
Association on repairs to the gym.
But since the University has no capital outlay for expenditures of
this type, the Athletic Association will pay the bill, according to
D.K. Stanley, dean of the College of Health and Physical Education.
The new bleachers are expected to go up during Christmas vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. There are several reasons why construction will be delayed
three months.

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ACCENT Announces
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October 5, 1967



;, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, October 5, 1967

Page 2

Bulletin News
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Stcrfe, National International News
Negro Wins Primary
CLEVELAND (UPI) -- Carl B. Stokes, winner of Clevelands
Democratic nomination for mayor, appealed for labor and party
support Wednesday in his quest to become the first Negro elected
head of a major American city.
He got immediate results. Disdaining to stop for celebration of
his smashing primary election victory in the nations eighth largest
city, Stokes made personal visits to two big labor groups for support
in the November election.
Senate Kills Slum Bill
WASHINGTON (UPI) -- The Senate Wednesday killed an emergency
$2.8 billion job program for slum dwellers that liberals had tacked
onto the anti poverty bill against President Johnson's wishes.
A rare coalition of budget-conscious administration supporters
and conservatives critical of costly make work chemes joined
forces to defeat the plan by Sen. Joseph S. Clark, D-Pa., to create
a half-million public service job in the ghettos in the next two years.
U.S. Scores Victory
SAIGON (UPI) -- U. S. military spokesman said Wednesday Am American
erican American Marines have won the 10-week battle of Con Thien. They said
North Vietnamese troops were pulling back their guns and retreating
northward from the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) in face of one of
historys most massive bombardments.
A high military source said reconnaissance showed Communists
gun posts were empty and groups of North Vietnamese troops
were all going North. It looks as if we broke their back this
time, he said.
Auto Workers Return
DETROIT (UPI) A parts shortage which threatened to interfere
with the war in Vietnam forced the United Auto Workers Wednesday
to call a limited armistice in its nation-wide strike against Ford
Motor Co.
UAW President Walter P. Reuther, after receiving an urgent
wire from the Pentagon, agreed to send several workers into two
Detroit area parts depots to check on the situation.
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HOMECOMING SWEETHEART CONTESTANTS

Pictured above, from left to right, are some of
the UF coeds hopeful of winning the title of Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming Sweetheart, 1967. In the front row are
Janis Biewend, Helen Powell, Janet Martin and
Bobbi Easterly.

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Watson, Carolyn Maslanka and Randy Roehl. In
the back row are Kris Watson, Sheryl Swan, Carolyn
Reed and Carol Still.

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SWEETHEART CONTESTANTS

Pictured above are more of this year's coeds
who are vying for the crown of Sweetheart for
Homecoming, '67. In the front row, from left to
right, are Patty Bohannon, Happy Arkin, and Jana
Feldman.

Accent 5 68--Politics:
Impact On Youth

Politics: Impact on Youth,
is the theme for this year's
ACCENT '6B symposium, which
will be highlighted with debated
and panel discussions, according
to Frank Graraiing, Accent chair chairman.
man. chairman.
ACCENT committee has ex extended
tended extended invitations to Chet Hunt Huntley,
ley, Huntley, David Brinkley, and Peter
Jennings to appear as modera moderators
tors moderators for these debates and dis discussions.
cussions. discussions. No reply has been re received
ceived received from any of the men as
yet.
Guest speaker invitations were
sent to prominent personalities,
including presidential hopefuls:
Sen. Robert Kennedy, Gov. Ronald
Reagan, Gov. George Romney,
and Gov. George Wallace.
Alan Kan, ACCENT technical
director, noted that Robert Ken Kennedys
nedys Kennedys decision might be influ-

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brother Edward at the Florida
Blue Key Homecoming Banquet.
His appearance will possibly
decrease our chances to get Rob Robert
ert Robert Kennedy, said Kan. This
is possibly because of the feel feeling
ing feeling that one Kennedy in Florida
in an election year should be
enough.
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In the middle row are Liz Gifford, Sandy Al Alford,
ford, Alford, Shari Nolan and Gaye Baughman. In the
back row are Cheryl Carpenter, Phyllis Schemer,
Susan Whitney and Barbara Smith.

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_|f you are, the Bell System needs you. We can also use
graduates who are percipient, perspicacious, sapient .
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or even just smart.
If your major is engineering, science, math, or business
administration, sign up at the placement office for an ap appointment
pointment appointment with our recruiting team. They'll be interviewing
here on campus October 9, 10, 11, 12.
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Thursday, October 5, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

OUR MISTAKE

The Oct. 3 issue of the Al Alligator
ligator Alligator reported Alan J. Bing
was arrested and charged with
sale of marijuana. Bing was

Sweetheart Contest Tonight
The semifinals of the Homecoming Sweetheart Contest will be
staged at 7:30 tonight in the new J. Wayne Beitz Theatre.
All coeds entered in the contest will appear in the bathing suit
and evening gown competition. The event is open to the public and
admission will be free.
The eight judges include two students, two male faculty members,
women faculty members and two Gainesville businessmen.
The three finalists will be revealed during the intermission of
the Allen and Kossi and Brothers Four concert on Friday.
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The Alligator apologizes for
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have arisen because of this error.

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I, The Florida Alligator,- Thursday, October 5, 1967

Entertainment
Fri. Features
Brothers Four
The Allen and Rossi and The
Brothers Four program slated
for this Frida)' is the second
most expensive production to
come to campus, at a cost of
£8,750. Henry Mancini came to
the UF gym for SII,OOO in 1965.
This show will open the
Lyceum Councils 1967-68 con concert
cert concert season this Friday at
8:15 p.m. in the UF gym.
The show is one of three special
shows planned by the council.
Peter, Paul and Mary will per perform
form perform Feb. 3, and Ray Charles on
April 19, The council also will
present 12 regular programs
during the year.
Tickets, which went on sale
Sept. 25 are on sale at the J.
Wayne Reitz Union Box Office,
Belks, and the Record Bar!
Prices are $2.50, $2.00, and
$1.50.
The Lyceum Council, which is
organized under student govern government,
ment, government, works to attract cultural
events to the UF campus.

Campus Pacs
Now On Sale
Campus pacs go on sale
today at the student activities
information desk on the third
floor of the Reitz Union. All
proceeds go to the Dollars
for Scholars program.
The pacs contain toiletries
and accessory items such as
toothpaste, shampoo, and deo deodorant.
dorant. deodorant.
I The pacs, as 3 value, are
on sale for 75 cents.

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Tonight it's a double header, The Killers, with Lee Marvin and
the Yellow Rolls-Royce with Omar Sharif. A good drama in the for former
mer former and thrfee involved plots in the latter. An excellent evening.

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UF Grad 'Red Mitchum
To Emcee Gator Growl

William Red Mitchum of
Ocala, has been selected master
of ceremonies for the UFs 1967
Gator Growl, colorful student
talent show performed during
Homecoming weekend.
Bill McCollum, chairman, of
Homecoming, sponsored by Flo Florida
rida Florida Blue Key, said Growl will
be held Oct. 27, the night before
the Gators play Vanderbilt Uni University
versity University at Florida Field.
Gator Growl will be be nothing
new to Mitchum. The 1954 UF
graduate saw many of them as
a student.
Emceeing it will be nothing
new either. Mitchum holds the
distinction of being the only stu student
dent student ever to conduct Growl.

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Consequently, it will be a real
homecoming to Mitchum when
he steps on Florida Field at 7:30
p.m. to lead the spectacular stu student
dent student show, whose skits poke fun
at politics and campus life.
A pep rally and a professional
display of fireworks are part of
the nights entertainment, which
should .pack the stadium to its
O,OOO seat capacity.
Gator Growl follows the annua!
Florida Blue Key banquet. Guest
speaker will be U.S. Sen. Ed Edward
ward Edward Ted Kennedy, brother
of the late President John F.
Kennedy.
The campus holds a lot of
memories for Mitchum. The 40-
year-old sales manager for an
Ocala firm was a member of

the Golden Era football team
of the early 50s.
An active member of Kappa
Alpha Order, he lettered in foot football,
ball, football, was a member-of the F
Club and was selected the out outstanding
standing outstanding ROTC graduate in his
class. i
After graduation, Mitchum was
stationed in Japan and Fort Ben Benwing,
wing, Benwing, Ga., where he coached the
base football team.
A native of Gadsden, Ala., he
and his wife have three children.

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There are more job openings
available at the present time in
all fields of employment than there
are people to fill them, according
to UF Placement Service Director
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Employers have indicated that
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utations reputations for producing students
qualified for employment among
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Thursday, October 5, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

LORIS STORIES
From the feminine side of life, one of the funniest things to watch
is a males first visit to the laundromat, undoubtedly equal to the
trauma of that first visit to the barber., From the masculine side
of life, this is a CRISIS.
Sure, at first it doesnt seem to be any big deal. After all, Mother
has been doing it for years, and shes a female even. Then THE day
comes.
The promising young engineer confidently strolls into the local
wash-a-teria, slide rule and textbook in one hand, his bag of dirty
duds in the other. He calmly approaches "the machine, stops,
looks, and has a Bill Cosby reaction: "My God, a washing machine.
Now what?
Usually, he shakily deposits the two week residue of clothes
(never linens) into a machine only built to hold a three day load.
Then he reads the directions ("only fill three-fourths full) to
see how much soap it takes. Panic.
Thinking of everything, Mother has thoughtfully bundled her darling
off to college with one of those concentrated detergents. We all
know the kind that says, "One-half cup equals one-and-a-half cups
of your old laundry detergent. And he is supposed to equate how
these directions stack up against the machines requirement of
one-third cup regular detergent.
Aha. This he can do. At least he thought he could, but there are
second doubts when the friendly "teria owner taps him on the
shoulder, points to the washer overflowing with what looks like
mashed potatoes, and says, "Is that yours?
Covering his chagrin by jamming the mess into the nearest dryer,
he suavely eases over to the closest pinball machine, textbook
forgotten. At this point, he only wants to find a machine he can cope
with.
So there he is, 8.M.0.C., everything under control, when his
friends stroll in for their first visit to "the machine. Does he
help them? No, he knows if he leaves well enough alone he will soon
have partners at the one machine they all know something about.
Meat Storage Tips

Dont let meat stay in the
freezer for extended periods of
time. The longer frozen meat is
stored, the more flavor and qua quality
lity quality it loses.
"Storing over a long period of
time lowers the flavor of both
fat and lean meat, says Ruth
Townsend, senior research as assistant
sistant assistant in nutrition with the Flo Florida
rida Florida Agricultural Experiment
Stations.
The more fat on a piece of
meat and the more the meat is
cut up, she said, the shorter its
freezer life.
Here are some recommended
storage periods of meats:
--Liver, pork chops and ground
meats, 2-3 months.
--Pork roast, 4-8 months.
--Turkey, wild game, ducks
and geese, 6 months.
Beef roasts, steaks and
chicken, 8-12 months

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Thin cuts and ground meats
will not keep as long as roasts
and steaks.
Freeze chicken either whole
or cut into pieces. For best
results, though, put the meat
in a large polyethylene freezer
bag and leave at least two inches
of space at the top.
"Press the air out of the bag,
twist it and then secure it with
a rubber band. This gets rid
of air pockets and eliminates
loss of flavor and texture, Miss
Townsend explained.
One last hint keep freezer
temperature at least 0 degrees
F. all the time.
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Phil Constans
Here Tonight

Dr. Phillip Constans Jr., ex executive
ecutive executive secretary of the Florida
Education Association, will speak
in Norman Hall auditorium at
7:30 tonight.
The topic of Constans talk will
be "The FEA and Floridas Pub Public
lic Public Schools.
All education students and
those concerned with education
CC To Hear
OConnell
Stephen C. OConnell, UFs
new president, will speak at the
Gainesville Chamber of Com Commerces
merces Commerces annual banquet at 7 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 9.
The talk at the Ramada Inn
will be OConnells first pub public
lic public address since assuming the
UF presidency.
In his address, OConnell is
expected to reveal many of the
programs he hopes to carry out
as president of UF.
Tickets for the banquet are
available at the Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce office for $5.00 each.

Tuesday, October 10,
explore an
engineering career
on earths
last frontier.
. *< /
Talk with Newport News On-Campus Career Con Consultant
sultant Consultant about engineering openings at worlds
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Our half-a-billion-dollar backlog of orders means high ,start
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power generation. We re con ng competitive systems
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Interested in an advanced degree or research? We re next
door to Virginia Associated Research Center with one of
the world's largest synchrocyclotrons, offering advanced
study in high energy physics We're close to Old Dominion
College and University of Virginia Extension Division, where
you can get credit's for a master's de ree,'or take Courses
in Microwave Theory, Solid State Electronics. Nuclear n.
gi nee ring and .other advanced, subjects. Ask about sr.hr Jar
ships, tuition grants, study and research leaves to imple
meat these opportunities
" Ask, too, about the pleasant living and lower living costs,
in tITC bed 11 Us Vll'hiTWd histone seaside vacation land,
* with superb beaches, golf, fishing, boatmc, hunting
IMMEDIATE ENGINEERING CAREER OPENINGS
Mechanical Engineers Naval Architects
Electrical Engineers Nuclear-Engineers
Marine Engineers Civil Engineers
Industrial Engineers Metallurgical Engineers
Systems Analysts
See our representative
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Tuesday, October 10
He'll be at the Placement Office to answer questions, dis
cuss qualifications, take applications for fast action
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are urged to attend.
SFEA membership will be ta taken
ken taken before and after the talk.
Eng. Contest
Opens Today
The College of Engineering
begins its annual Engineers
Fair today with the start of this
years slogan contest.
The winning entry last year
was Engineer A Better To Tomorrow.*
morrow.* Tomorrow.*
The contest will run through
Oct. 13 and the winner will re receive
ceive receive a dinner for two at Gen General
eral General Gaines Kestaurant and two
passes to the Center Theater.
Printed or typed, slogan en entries
tries entries must include names, ad addresses,
dresses, addresses, and phone number. They
should be on a postal card, and
may be put in any campus mail
box. Address the entries to En Engineers
gineers Engineers Fair, Florida Union,
room 303.

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Page 6

Tlie
Florida Alligator
To Let The People Know
'm
Harvey Alper Harold Kennedy
yi Managing Editor Executive Editor
Harold Aldrich Bob Padecky
News Editor Sports Editor
Tt Florida Alligator's official poaltion on issues Is expressed
only In tbe columns below. Other material In this Issue may
reflect the opinion of the writer or cartoonist and not necessarily
that of tbe Florida Alligator unless specifically indicated.
Confidential Records:
*
A Sensible Decision

Vice President for
Student Affairs Lester L.
Hale announced recently
that All student records
shall be regarded as priv privileged
ileged privileged information,, kept
under close scrutiny, and
used only by authorized
administrative and clerical
personnel in the perform performance
ance performance of official duties. **
Records will only be re released

Keep Off The Grass,
That Is Marijuana

Lets smoke some
grass is apparently be becoming
coming becoming a very popular
phrase on the UF campus.
It is also becoming a
rather dangerous phrase
for students who decide
to partake of the pot
and then find that the
campus police just happen
to be watching.

Say Hello, It Helps

The president said Sun Sunday
day Sunday that he, personally,
wants to feel needed here.
He noted that the word
hello, directed athim by
fellow members of this
academic community,would
go far toward making him
feel at home on campus.
We concur.
Frequently it is the little
things that make a big cam campus
pus campus small. The simple
gesture of saying hello
can act to join the univer university
sity university community in alasting
bond of mutual help and
mutual concern.
The UFs new President
Stephen C. OConnell has

leased released upon written ap approval
proval approval of the students.
This sounds good. We
hope it is entirely true.
The records of a fee feepaying
paying feepaying student should be
their private records un unless
less unless they want them handled
otherwise.
The new policy makes
sense.

Marijuana is a drug, and
though it may not be
dangerous, it can lead the
user to serious problems
with other drugs such as
LSD and heroin.
The possession and use
of Marijuana is also illegal.
We urge UF students to
remember this and to act
within the limits of the law.

called upon the student body
to revive what he calls an
old tradition. OConnell
says the tradition is now
dead.
What the new president
requests is that UF
students, staff and faculty
start saying hello to
each other as they cross the
campus myriad of quad quadrangles
rangles quadrangles and miles of side sidewalk.
walk. sidewalk.
OConnell feels this
simple act will make the UF
seem smaller.
We of the Alligator wish
to say hello to Chief Justice
OConnell now. It will be
a pleasure to have him back
on campus again.

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Marijuana.
Its a strange word when you stop and
think about it.
Marijuana.
Its spelled sort of funny and it doesn't
quite look right.
It also isn't supposed to be good for
you. And, of course, everybody and his
brother is an expert on it.
Now, I dont happen to be an expert
on Marijuana or any other sort of drug.
However, Ive attended several "pot
parties in New York and taken about
three drags on a reefer.
Although Im a heavy smoker I cant
exactly say I enjoyed the Marijuana smoke.
It was too sweet and it burned -- and
burned and burned. But, it smelled good,
sort of like incense, and gave the room
I was in a wonderful haze.
Nevertheless, with all the comfort I
saw in the room of pot smokers, I was
uncomfortable. They (the smokers) in informed
formed informed me time and again that I was
uncomfortable simply because I wasnt
really indulging.
I cant say that I agree with them then
or now.
What I was witnessing was not pleasant.
I was seeing some of my closest friends
slowly go down the drain. Each puff of
the allegedly harmless smoke took with
it a little bit of self-control and disci discipline;
pline; discipline; not temporarily, but rather # per permanently.
manently. permanently.
Each of my friends was on a "high
and each was casting off some of the
quality that makes human beings a superior
form of animal.
What, you may ask, happened to these
people? It is merely my imagination that
each was shrinking froip himself and falling

or now.

ALLIGATOR STAFF
JOE TORCHLA, 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 Mam 1 in.
STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS: Nick Arroyo, Mike Huddleston

into an abyss of self-destruction.
Friend "A was a college student at
a good state university in New York.
He was studying physics. Today this person,
after several marginal terms at school
which followed his initiation into the world
of narcotics, is holding down a low paying
job in Manhatten and wondering just when
Uncle Sam will call his number.
Uncle Sam probably wont bother with
this fellow though. My friend is now so
mentally disorganized that he is some sometimes
times sometimes incoherent.
Friend "B was a bit of a trouble troublemaker
maker troublemaker in high school. Some folks thought
he was a little "nuts.
Today their suspicions are confirmed. He
is getting constant psychological help and
going from one form of narcotics to another.
What started as Marijuana has progressed
to LSD and worse.
Still another friend has managed to get
through graduate school at Columbia Uni University
versity University and find that he cant hold down
a job. It seems he just isnt in full control
of his mind anymore.
And so, I happen to be very bitter
about narcotics of all forms.
I have seen these drugs take hold of
people and drag them to levels where they
were never meant to ascend.
I have seen narcotics ruin young and
possibly productive lives. I have
seen narcotics rob me of several friends.
This theft is not uncommon. Unfortunately
it is becoming increasingly frequent to
see what I have seen.
Therefore, if the hippies will excuse
me for expressing "reactionary views,
I think drugs are bad. Ive seen them ruin
too many lives. \



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ME FOR 3 solid WEEKS, AND I GIRL. W HAVE PLENTY OF
JUST DISCOVERED HER ONE WEAKNESS OTHERS 6*l THE STRING. WHY
DANCING, m i dont know Not listen id Your GONOTtf

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There is no hope for the complacent man.
Petty Politics Prompts
Jump To First Party

MR. EDITOR:
The purpose of this letter is
to Inform the student body, par particularly
ticularly particularly the students in Arts &
Sciences, of an action which I
have taken. This is not a hap haphazard
hazard haphazard move on my part, but is
based on my personal convictions
and my interpretations of what I
have seen and heard in Student
Government.
Student Government should
serve several useful and
necessary functions. It should
work to improve the relationship
between the administration and
the student body through better
understanding. It should work to
improve the day-to-day routine
Os life on campus for the entire
Student Body. It should also
serve as a forum for open discus discussion
sion discussion and debate on current prob problems
lems problems not only facing the individual
student, but the student body as a
whole.
Student Government should not
be hampered by petty politics,
by the personal ambitions of the
Advertisement
Labeled Trash
MR. EDITOR:
We have struggled to control
our disgust and formulate a
logical retort to the pelce of trash
entitled Individuals Against the
Crime of Silence in last Wed Wednesday's
nesday's Wednesday's Alligator.
Has it never occurred to these
self made judges that they are
not qualified to condemn our
foreign policy? Just because they
are movie stars, baby doctors,
novelists, or whatever does not
mean they know more about the
situation than those that are
constant contact with the problem
24 hours a day. War is bad and
let's end it as soon as possible
but let us show pride and faith
in America in the meantime.
It humiliates us that the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator would sell it's self respect
for the price of an ad.
RICHARD E. KOZOL
BARBARA H. KOZOL

self-proclaimed future lea leaders
ders leaders of the State, or by those
who would place personal
vendettas before the interests of
the entire Student Body.
Student Government can be in instrumental
strumental instrumental in providing extra extracurricular
curricular extracurricular activities related to
higher education; it can accomp accomplish
lish accomplish tasks not yet even attempted;
and it can become an effective
political force (pressure group,
if you will) in state politics.
Yes, Student Government can.
However, it will not until the men
and women in positions of respon responsibility
sibility responsibility remove themselves from
the pettiness so prevalent and put
the welfare of the entire Student
Body before their own.

Vietnam Analysis
Is Gators Best

MR. EDITOR:
Mr. Thjlsson has written the
most Intelligent defense of our
involvement in the Vietnamese
war yet to grace the pages of
the Alligator. Thus the flaws
in his argument are as inter interesting
esting interesting as the argument itself.
Mr. Thjisson's imputation of
imperialistic tendencies to the
Vietnamese people ( and it is to
the people themselves, and not
the northern regime alone, that
he makes this imputation ) is
about as valid as it would have
been if Belgium had borne the
brunt of his charge. Like the
Belgians, the Vietnamese have
been the target of everybody
elses land grabbing impulses
for over a thousand years. He
jumps from national emnitles to
rampant imperialism and has
visions of the Vietnamese super superpower
power superpower running rampant through
the Philipines. . If Mr. Thjis Thjisson
son Thjisson can prove that the Vietnamese
are helping any guerrilla move movement
ment movement against any government that
is not giving aid and comfort
to the U.S., I would be glad to
see that proof. But he makes
It clear that the war for our
purposes has damned little to do

I, therefore, wish to publicly
notify the students of the College
of Arts & Sciences that I have
reaffiliated with First Party.
I do this with the firm belief
that Charles Shepherd is the only
person who has both the ability
and the desire to make Student
Government of, by, and most of
all FOR the students.
GEORGE DuFOUR, 4AS
Legislative Council Rep.
from Arts & Sciences
EDITORS NOTE: DuFour was a
member of First Party before
switching his allegiance to United
this spring. He has now jumped
parties twice in one

with the Vietnamese anyway.
China is the real bogeyman.
Hold the Chinese Perifery is
the gospel that will save the
United States. American hap happiness
piness happiness may be an after-orgy
spirituality, but American great greatness
ness greatness is to be grounded in. a firm
material bedrock of Realpolitlk.
The moral pacifist argument
is eliminated because the moral
pacifist does not have a concrete
political alternative. But to have
a concrete, specific positive al alternative
ternative alternative implies that the moral
pacifist must be willing to use
American power to influence
(dictate?) his solution. On the
contrary, his solution is pre precisely
cisely precisely to let those benevolenced benevolencedto-death
to-death benevolencedto-death (lite rally) peoples work
out their own problems without
our aid. Something about
(as Woodrow does a flop in his
grave) self determination. The
author's antipathy to moral ar arguments
guments arguments does not extend to the
monkish, cruel, humorless (ob (obviously
viously (obviously not 'lighthearted* enough
about the whole thing), coarse
communists.
GAYLON CURRIE

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Itc M]OI nMME AUMV.

Hippies Are Frauds
And Conformists
MR. EDITOR:
RE: Bob Morans, I turned Straight column.
You accuse us of predjudice and hatred. I will admit to apathy and
mediocrity at times. I say the so called hippies on this campus are
as bad as the group they accuse.
What is a UF hippie like? He or she has long hair and dirty jeans,
with bleach spots and paint on them to give the arty effect. Male
hippies have beards. Female hippies either wear no make-up or enough
to look like a surrealistic painting. He is against everything and looks
down on everyone as his intellectual inferior (except of course other
hippies). When straight people are around he is always aloof. He
doesnt get involved with or even smile at anyone who is straight. He
segragates himself from those who are not in with the out crowd. He
knows that because he looks like a hippie he has deeper feelings, a more
acute awareness and a more compassionate soul, than those clean cut
organization men.
I have exagerated, but the point is that being unclean, unkept, unshod
and unshaven does not make you uninhibited. More simply, looking like
a hippie does not make you one. Nor does non-conformity make you
an Individual, especially if it is non-conformity for its own sake.
Appearances are incidental and superficial. One is a hippie because
one is a hippie. Its an attitude towards life, a passionate state of mind.
It means getting involved with people all kinds of people. This
attitude has rarely been exhibited on campus by any group.
I therefore say to some of our hippie population You are a fraud.
You are as straight, as predjudice and conforming in your own ways
as the system which you condemn.
CAROLYN FLOYD, 2 UC
Letters to the editor should be limited
to 300 words. All letters must be signed;
however, upon request, the writers name
can be withheld Correspondence will be
subject to standard editing procedures so
that it complies with space limitations
CAMPUS COMEDY
Sleep It Off
BY DUFFY
One coed to her date: Lets see a flick with lots of skin!
In Gainesville? Lots of luck!
At the last count, there are some 300 students involved with
busy work in a class known as Library Science. It seems this
course is necessary if: you are a Journalism major, a foreign
student, or had nothing better to fill up your schedule with.
Three of us have decided that we will do our assignments in the
following fashion: one of us will make an attempt to find the li library
brary library and look up the work. The other two will copy. Next week,
number two does the work. Et cetera, et cetera, et cetera.
f.r'-- 1 :. f, 1
Overheard iife Llitle Hall: I will not begin the lecture until
the room settles down!
Aw, go home and sleep it off.*
> \ ' -A
To the blonde in the Mustang convertible: Whered you get
your drivers license? The bookstore on sale day?

Thursday. October 5, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

for sale
WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATOR, 14
eu foot combination ice maker,
frost free# List $309, asking $275.
One whirlpool 24* oven, built in,
gas, unused. PAnge top 30 chrome
finished. Both $l5O. Quaker oil
heater, unused, 55,000 BTU, $35.
Trombone, Kohn, with case, used
2 months, SIOO. Rambler car, 1961
4 door, new tires, rebuilt steering
gear, new battery, good condition,
clean, $475. 'May be seen at 2126
NW 6th Street or call 876-7597
after 6 p.m. (A-160-l Qt-c)
GIBSON CLASSIC GUITAR.OnIy
6 mons. old. Excellent condition.
With case. $65. 378-6639. Ask
for Bruce. (A-7-3t-c)
AIR CONDITIONERS, all sizes for
sale at cost, to reduce inventory.
Sudden Service Oil Co. 907 SW 3rd
St., 376-4404. (A-160-10-c)
REMINGTON 6mm, Model 742,
semi-automatic rifle. Brand new,
2 extra 4 shot
ested call Curtis Hammond af after
ter after 6 p.m., Mon.-Fri. at 378-
7254. (A-8-2t-p)
WHITE PERSIAN. Reg. 6 wks.
old. $35.00. Call before 5. Univ.
2746. (A-164-st-c)
HAMMOND ORGAN & BABY
GRAND. Excellent condition.
372-0328. White formicat table
& 4 chairs. (A-7-4t-c)
CONN Connstellation 28A long
model cornet, looks like a trum trumpet,
pet, trumpet, with Vacchiano straight and
harmon mutes, Stone lined cup
mute, and case with case cover.
Used two mos. by Air Force
Band musician. $400.00 value.
Make an offer. Call 378-8910
after 6 p.m. (A-7-st-c)
BIG MOTOR FOR A BIG MAN!
1965 Marusho, 500 cc, value
$770, excellent condition, sale
price $547. Will finance, will
consider trade. See at Marion
Finance, 222 West University
Avenue. (A-162-10t-c)
FOR SALE: 1966 HONDA 450.
See to appreciate. 134 NW 15th
Terrace after 5 p.m. (A-161-
lOt-c)
ROTC MEMBERS Instant spit
shine in a can. Takes 10 seconds,
10? per shine. Guaranteed. Price
$2.50. 378-6163 of' 376-7776.
(A-9-st-c)
SAILING PRAM. foot. Good
condition. Complete $65.00. Call
evenings, 372-7050. (A-9-3t-c)
HONDA 250 SCRAMBLER. New
metallic paint, new seat, runs
perfect. $125.00. Call 372-5668.
(A-9-4t-c)
1960 LAMBRETTA Scooter, two
seater, runs good, $65 or best
offer. Call 372-5656 after 5:30
p.m. (A-9-2t-p)
In.W. 13th St at 23rd Road I n A
I
they don't make I
Westerns like
they used to? I
1 DEMI GEORGE I
ImnTin pepprrdj
imigdKl wms 01 Jiiaisai
TECHNICOLOR* 1
1:00-3:10-5:20-7:30-9:40

| for sale ~|
1963 MOTOROLA TV. Need re repairs.
pairs. repairs. S2O or best offer. Call
376-0142 after 5 p.m. (A-9-3t-nc)
1965 HONDA 150 cc, must sell!!
$250. Call 372-7862. (A-9-lOt-c)
SLEEP LONGER ... Be at class
on Time. . Save gasoline. .
Saves nerves. . Own private
parking. . across from center
of campus. . for the whole
school year. . at a very reason reasonable
able reasonable price. Drop by 1702 West
University Avenue. (B-8-st-c)
for rent
3 BLOCKS FROM CAMPUS, 1
vacancy and double room for male
student. Private entrance, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, SIOO per quarter. 327
NW 15th Terrace. (3-7-st-c)
HAVING TROUBLE finding your
apartment?? Gator Town is now
available for renting. Call 378-
3457 or 378-1755 (B-161-10t-c)
ROOMMATE or transportation
problem? Spacious private room
with refrigerator across street
from campus. Ideal for study,
S4O per month including utilities.
372-3940. (B-8-3t-p)
HOUSE TRAILER. Ideal for stu student
dent student couple. 38' x B. Air con conditioned.
ditioned. conditioned. For appointment to in inspect,
spect, inspect, call 376-9256 and ask for
Art. (B-163-st-p)
NEED AN APARTMENT? Two
bedroom, reasonable prices. Call
Rebin McLandon or Bonnie Dun Dunbar.
bar. Dunbar. University Gardens 378-
7188. (B-7-3t-c)
2 BDRM, 1 BATH, HOUSE, at
926 N.W. 24 Ave. Call 372-3826
for appt. to see. Avail, now.
(B- 9-2 t-c)
wanted
RIDERS TO ORLANDO and Cocoa
Leaving Friday 12 noon. Return Returning
ing Returning Sunday P.M. Call 378-8027
after 11 p.m. (C-9-2t-nc)
TWO MALE Roommates needed
for Winter & Summer Quarter.
Starley Apt. Call 378-5726 now.
(C-8-2t-c)
NEED PLANE RIDERS to all
away games. Also weekends to
Miami. Call Ernie after 6 p.m.
372 8973 or 376 2893.
(C-163-3t- c)
WANTED: Male roommate.
2 bedroom trailer. $55 per mo.
Call after 6 p.m.. 372-6403. (C (C---6-3t-c)
--6-3t-c) (C---6-3t-c)

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, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, October 5, 1967

wanted
NEED FEMALE ROOMMATE, 4
blocks from campus. $33 per
month plus utilities. Call 378-
6723. (C-8-2t-c)
NEED FEMALE ROOMMATE.
Spacious two bedroom apartment.
1 block from Tigert, air con conditioned.
ditioned. conditioned. 372-0013 ask for Bon Bonnie.
nie. Bonnie. (C-8-2t-c) t
WANTED FEMALE to share
large two bedroom apartment
with three others. $33.75 month monthly.
ly. monthly. Starlight Apartments, Call
378-8124. (C-9- 3t-p)
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted.
Will share expenses. University
Gardens, Swimming pool, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, central air condition and
heat. Call 378-7989. (C-9-3t-p)
F E MAL E room mate wanted. Spa Spacious,
cious, Spacious, air-conditioned, one bed bedroom
room bedroom apt. behind Norman. Pre Prefer
fer Prefer Senior or above. S4B/monthly,
plus utilities. Call 376-1059. Call
Rawlings Hall. (C-7-10t-c)
WANTED SECRETARY. Typ Typing
ing Typing and filing, single female. No
real filing experience necessary.
Brad Culverhouse, 2703 SW 31st
Terrace, Gainesville, Fla.
32601. (C-162-lOt-c)
help wanted
TYPIST needed for typesetting
on FLORIDA ALLIGATOR. Male
or female, student or non nonstudent,
student, nonstudent, afternoons and evening
hours. FULL or part time.
Apply room 330 J. Wayne Reitz
Union. (E-9-tf-nc)
STUDENT (Full or Part time)
Experienced in offset paste-up,
willing to work evenings, hourly
wage. Contact Sern Seykora,
Student Publications, third Floor,
Union Bldg., after 6:30 p.m. to tonight.
night. tonight. (E-9-ts- nc)
MALE SUBJECTS Wanted, 21
years or older for vocal x-ray.
$5.00 per hour after screening
and teaching. Call ext. 2307
and ask for Mrs. Griffis, 9-12
jind 1-5 p.m. (E-9-It- 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)
PART TIME HELP WANTED.
Some experience necessary in
repairing of small electric mo motors.
tors. motors. 10 to 15 hours per week.
Must be resident for at least
two more years. 376-7110. Kirby
Sales and Service. (E-160-ts-c)

help wanted
SECRETARY. Part time--after time--afternoon.
noon. time--afternoon. Shorthand and Dictophone.
Apply 10-4 p.m. 16 NW 18
St. (E-7- st-c)
JERRYS RESTAURANT, NW 13th
Street. Now accepting applica applications
tions applications for waitresses, car hops,,
and kitchen help. (E-160- 10t-c)
PART TIME BABYSITTER need needed
ed needed desperately. 12 to 1:30 p.m.
Daily basis, will split days be between
tween between students. Pay $5.00 per
week or lunch and $3.00 per
week. Call 372-6072 or stop bj
305-23 Diamond Village. (E-8-
3t-c)
HELP WANTED: Cooks full time
and part time; busboys part time.
Apply Trail boss, Ponderosa
Steak House, Westgate Shopping
Center. (E-8-3t-c)
EXPERIENCED BUSINESS AD.
STUDENT TO Business Manage
the FLORIDA QUARTERLY.
Percentage of Advertising, good
recs. Contact R. E. Boyd, Ext.
2268. (E-8-3t-c)
JOURNALISM OR P. R. STU STUDENT
DENT STUDENT with experience in com composition,
position, composition, layout and publicity to
train for and take over as assist assistant
ant assistant to Public Functions Office,
editing UNION NEWSLETTER
and coordinating campus pub publicity.
licity. publicity. 15-20 hours per week.
Call 3484 for appointment. (E (E---8-ts-c)
--8-ts-c) (E---8-ts-c)
NEEDED: Election Officials for
October 19, 1967 elections. Pay
will be SI.OO per hour. You must
be able to work a minimum of
five (5) hours. Preference will
be given to those who can work
longer. The hours will be from
7:30 a.m. through 6 p.m. You
may not be a candidate in this
election, hold an office or be
a delegate to any political party.
Deadline for applying is Monday,
October 9, 1967. Contact Treas Treasurers
urers Treasurers Office, 305 A, Florida
Union. (E-8-3t-c)
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST AS ASCP
CP ASCP Registered or eligible. 210
bed general hospital with new lab
facilities, 40 hour week with
no nights or weekend work. Sal Salary
ary Salary $470.00 minimum. Based on
education and experience. Paid
i i
In.W. I3tfc ST. 372-95231
OPEN AT
Main Feature 9:25
EXPLOSIVE!
Kl II J I | Wl Wl
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POULTS OMLV K
at 7:45
"MASTER OF TERROR"
in Color

help wanted
V ici tion, holidays and sick leave.
Otht r fringe benefits. Inquire
Personnel Director, Alachua
General Hospital, 912 SW 4th
Avenue. (E-160-lOt-c)
situations
wanted
'
BASS PLAYER desires to WQjrk
with Band. Prefer Rhythm and
Blues and Rock. 372-7937. (F (F---162-10t-c)
--162-10t-c) (F---162-10t-c)
autos
1960 CHEVROLET, V-8, Power
Steering, top condition. Ideal
transportation, very reasonable.
Call 378-8097 evenings. (G-8-
3t-c)
MUSTANG, 1966, 289 cu. inch,
4 speed, yellow with black in interior,
terior, interior, 15,000 miles, year on
warranty 51,995. 378-8838
after 5 p.m. (G-8-st-p)
1963 VW, good condition, en engine
gine engine work just completed soo
or best offer. Call 372-4281. (G (G---8-3t-p)
--8-3t-p) (G---8-3t-p)
VW 1967 Sedan, like new, air
conidtioned, many extras 9,000
miles. S4OO under list, will con consider
sider consider trade. 378-6317. (G (G---8-10t-c)
--8-10t-c) (G---8-10t-c)
DODGE, 66 Polara Wagon. Air
conditioned, Power steering, Po Power
wer Power disc brakes, 440 cu. in.,
heavy duty components. Call 372-
3455. (G-8-st-c)
1962 CORVAIR MONZA, excell excellent
ent excellent condition $495, 376-9820.
(G-9-lt-c)
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autos I
1953 OLDSMOBILE in very good
c
shape. See Terry at Campus Am American,
erican, American, 1255 West University
Avenue. Across from Ramada
Inn. (G-8-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)
1960 DODGE 2 DOOR hardtop,
very clean. V-8, PS, R& H,
Rebuilt transmission, new radi radiator,
ator, radiator, new generator and voltage
regulator. See at Bushs Shell,
East University Avenue. Call
378-6594. (G-9-lt-p)
PORSCHE, 1959, yellow, with
black Interior. Very clean. Call
Jim Acker at 376-9420 after
6:30 p.m. (G-9-3t-p)
..I. i.i ^
ENGLISH FORD SB, 4 dr. S2OO
or less. Must sell. Need money.
Call 378-8100. (G-9-2t-c)
real estate
FOR SALE. 3 bdrm. Concrete
block. 2930 NE 13th St. Fenced
Yard. SSOO down. Payments
$82.07, tax & ins. included. Call
372-2424. (I-9-st-c)
ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom, 2bath,
CCB, North East section, 3 years
old. Just painted inside and out.
CH, side walk, shady lot, fenced
yard, well and pump for sprink sprinkling.
ling. sprinkling. Low down payment and
take low VA payments. 376-7940.
(I-9-st-c)
personal
NICE LONESOME, OLD LADY
would like to correspond with Un University
iversity University of Florida Student who is
six feet, four inches tall brown
eyes lnitials T. S. Signed:His
Mother. (J-7-3t-p)
M
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)
GIRLS -- make a poor service
man happy! Write a letter to
pvt. John OMalley
RA 11 621 946
CPO. B IB N. Ist AIT Bgd.
Fort Dix, New Jersey
He will te surprised but pleased
to hear from you. (J-7-4t-c)

STATE

| personal |
HELP US Reiterate in 6B.
LBJ Consensus? NO Thanks! Join
the Young Republicans Thurs.,
8 p.m. 346 Reitz Union. (J-8-
2t-p)
WARNING If you dont believe
in Black Magic, then dont see
NOAHS ARK at THE PLACE
this Saturday night. 811 West
University Avenue. (J-9-lt-c)
PARTY AT ROSIES ROACH
RANCH (GETTO SOUTH); SAT SATURDAY,
URDAY, SATURDAY, 9:30 p.m. till :
YALL COME, 8.Y.0.8. (J-8-
2t-p)
MEMBERSHIP in the UF Young
Republican Club. Conservatively
priced. Come on by, were
anxious to meet you. Thurs.,
8 p. m., 346 Reitz Union.
(J-9-lt-p)
SPEND THE AFTERNOON water
skiing. Call 372-1760 for rates
and information. (J-9-2t-c)
THE KINGS announce the open opening
ing opening of their Art Studio and Cur Curios.
ios. Curios. Saturday October 7, 4-9
p.m. 2212 SW 13th St. Art ex exhibit,
hibit, exhibit, foreign gifts, display, beau beautiful
tiful beautiful hand painted oil portraits
from your photo. $14.95 up. Bring
Student card for discount. (J (J---8-3t-c)
--8-3t-c) (J---8-3t-c)
lost-found
REWARD: LOST one black mans
wallet. Three-fold type. Has im important
portant important military identification.
No questions asked, you can keep
the LSU football tickets. Fletcher
Howe. 378-9179 or Sig Ep House.
(L-8-3t- c)
MISSING REWARD. Mans 26
black, white trim, 3-speedDun 3-speedDunelt
elt 3-speedDunelt English bike. Black seat,
chrome rims, twin hand brakes,
medium size front basket, li license
cense license #20039, Serial #2774333.
Jim Bryant, 372-9367. (L-7-3t-p)
FOUND: Sealpoint Siamese Cat,
adult. In Flavett 111 Village. Own Owner
er Owner may claim upon identification
and payment for this ad. 376-
0063. (L-8-2t-c)

Thursday, October 5, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

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services
ATTENTION: Scuba Divers.
Get quick fills with highly
filtered air in refrigerated
tank. At Merritt Enterprises.
711 N.W. 16th Ave. 376-2145.
(M-7-st-c)
TENNIS RACKET RESTRING RESTRINGING,
ING, RESTRINGING, satisfaction guaranteed.
Free pick up and delivery on and
near campus. Call M & R Tennis
Services 378-2489. (M-160-
10t-p)

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J services
ALTERNATORS GENERA GENERATORS
TORS GENERATORS STARTERS -- Electri Electrical
cal Electrical systems tested repairs.
Auto Electric Service 603
SE 2nd St. 378-7330. (M-8-Bt-c)
J-R
TYPING dissertations, theses
translations. At reasonable
rates. Ext. 2398. (M-165-st-c)

services
at;-
ALTERATIONS of all kinds on
mens and womens clothing. Mrs.
Dora Mannoklan, 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---160-10t-c)
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PETER PAN MOTEL. US 41
& 27 N., Wllliston, Fla. Only
20 minutes from Gainesville.
TV, a/c,Reasonable Rates.
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Page 10

LTV '67

Ling-Temco-Vought, Inc., is among the
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States, with projected 1967 consolidated
sales in the range of $1.6 to $1.7 billion.
LTVs financial
success meas measured
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from a $4 million
company just a
decade ago is
a direct result of a management principle
of building values for our shareholders,
our employees, our customers and the
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communities in which our companies
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place to buy a good
growth, we feel,
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Clyde Skeen
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demonstrating our success in each of these
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tributing contributing a unified
value for the entire
LTV organization.
Through its seven
companies, LTV par participates
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meat and food process processing,
ing, processing, aerospace, elec- v uT' &
tronics, sports and yMll§7Lj
athletic goods, trans- l-lljH VI
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ceuticals pharmaceuticals and chemicals, |p
and sound systems.
The LTV companies
serve mans ancient basic needs for food,
recreation and good health, and fulfill his

and improve his
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defend his home homeland.
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We welcome the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to tell the LTV story
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POT SMOKERS REPORT

r Expands Consciousness

By JOE TORCHIA
Features Editor
EDITORS NOTE: The following is the fourth ar article
ticle article of a series.
Theyre pros.
Shes been smoking grass over three years; he
over one year.
Theyve both been on more than 17 LSD trips;
theyve taken hash and other drugs as well.
Theyre pros.
Why do they smoke pot?
It expands your consciousness gives your
mind the ability to see images, focus on vague sym symbols,
bols, symbols, find out how your mind really thinks.
When youre high you have a better sense of
proportion; unkempt things seem as such mostly

Special
a
* Report: Drugs
On Campus

>
materialistic ways, or even details.
Youre freed from a need to react you see
a painting, for example, with more intensity, yet
greater relaxation and enjoyment. You fully react
to that painting.
Our first experience didnt produce much, but
when you get into it you have greater reward. The
more you turn on, the more aclimated your mind
gets.
That was just a start. They went on.
Being high is really enough in itself its
the ultimate remedy for boredom because every everythings
things everythings new when youre high.
Perceptions are uncluttered perhaps be because
cause because youre so unhurried. And thinking with re reservation
servation reservation is stripped away.
It's very useful in discovering how you really
feel.*
Another aspect is the spiritual, religious aware awareness
ness awareness you feel it is much more perspnal.
If theres any validity in any religious exper experience,
ience, experience, theres certainly one in a state of expanded
consciousness.
You can see yourself in relation to a total

CAMPUS
EVENTS

IN ORATIONS-AND LEARN LEARNING:
ING: LEARNING: UF suspends regular acti activity
vity activity today when the Scholarship
Convocation is held in the Florida
Gym at 11 a.m. Attendeance is
required at the Convocation and
students in CEH 131 can expect
on their progs at least one ques question
tion question dealing with the event, if
not less.
IN HEAVENLY BODIES: Flori Florida
da Florida Blue Keys Homecoming
Sweetheart Contest continues in
the J. Wayne Reitz Union theatre
at 7 p.m. tonight.
IN ORATIONS AND LEARN LEARNING,
ING, LEARNING, PT. 2: The Forums Com Committee
mittee Committee will have a lecture ses session
sion session in the University Auditorium
at 8 p.m. tonight.
IN RELAXATION: THE Unions
Forum Committee will hold a
reception in rooms 122 and 123
of the Reitz Union tonight at
9:30 p.m.
IN CLUBS: UFs Mortar Board
club will meet in room 346 of
the Union at 4:30 p.m. today.
IN ALMOST ART: Are you
defeated Di Vinci? A retiring
Rembrant? Give expression to
those surpressed feelings in the
Unions Painting for Fun
class, in room 346, Reitz Union,
at 7:30 p.m. Courses offered in
painting oils, murals, and fences.
(Not really.)

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pattern that there is another realm of existence
beyond this one.
You discover in this other realm of existence
that there is no place for hostility or pretense or
even the concept of ownership.
Everything becomes more intense when youre
high like food. Every normal process takes
on incredible beauty you can stare at a scoop
of ice cream for hours.
That seemed to sum up what marijuana did for
them but would they recommend others use
the drug?
Yes, of course we recommend it to everyone
under the proper circumstances.
They said that one thing which could cause com complication
plication complication is paranoia being worried about the

vice squad pounding on your back door.
They refused to make predictions about its pos possible
sible possible acceptance in society. It will always be
available, is all they said.
How widespread is the use of marijuana in
Gainesville?
They answered with an example:
We took a walk a week ago. The first neighbor
we met invited us to her home. Fifteen minutes
later her husband, a UF professor, invited us to
turn on.
Is it better to take grass alone or in a group?
It's up to you you can tune everyone else
out if you want to. j
When youre among a group of friends its a
ritual, a close thing. When youre with people youre
close to ordinarily, its that much more intensified
when youre high.
That seemed to cover it. I thanked them for their
time, and just before I left they added:
When you decide to do a good feature sometime,
come around well give you one on acid (LSD).
(See part five in Fridays Alligator for more
interviews and a conclusion.)

Thursday, October 5, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Student Movies
Showing Sunday

Though the UF has refused to
join the National Student Asso Association,
ciation, Association, the NSA will come to
campus this Sunday.
The Second Annual Student
Filmmaker Awards, held earlier
this year by the NSA, selected
a group of seven short films
from over 500 submitted by bud budding
ding budding directors at colleges and
universities around the country.
The seven have been made into
a program which will be seen here
this Sunday as part of the Florida
Cinema Society series.
The Cinema Society shows its
film series on Sundays at 3:00,

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7:00 and 9:15 p.m. The new mat matinee
inee matinee has been added to accom accommodate
modate accommodate the overflow crowds
which have turned out, ever, dur during
ing during the bleak summer months,
for the groups series of foreign
and early American classics.
Other films in the series this
fall are Antonionis Red Des Desert,
ert, Desert, The Big Parade of Com Comedy,
edy, Comedy, and Oliviers Richard
ID. Membership cards which
admit the holder to any five
films for SI.OO, are available
now at the Union Box Office.
Admission at the door is 50
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:, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, October 5, 1967

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Rf i 11
1 MOVIE
'Whisky y Vodka

By MACK ECRIS
Alligator Reviewer
As an exercise in futility, this
reviewer attended the single
showing of Whisky y Vodka
at the State Theatre on Sunday.
The expected futility was due to
the fact that the film is entirely
in Spanish dialog, while I cannot
understand a word of Spanish.
As it turned out, there wasnt
much exercise, because the mo movie
vie movie was (apparently) in a familiar
genre: spies, girls, comedy of
errors, slapstick, happy ending
with the Russians losing all.
The film is most noteworthy
here as an effort by Spanish Spanishspeaking
speaking Spanishspeaking students to bring en entertainment
tertainment entertainment to Gainesville which
can be more readily enjoyed
by those who are most at home
in the Spanish language. Os course
the project is also of interest
to students of Spanish, the lack
of sub-titles providing a true
exercise in the language.
Two Spanish-speaking mem members
bers members of the community have col collaborated
laborated collaborated with State owner Bill
Henderson in beginning what is
hoped will be a regular series
of Spanish and Mexican films.
Henderson says that he hopes
to keep it up, but hes trying
to obtain films with sub-titles
in order to get a wider appeal.
As to Whisky y Vodka, star starring
ring starring Mili and Pill and directed
by Fernando Palacios, it is a
wholesome family farce. Pro Probably
bably Probably the Spanish-speaking aud audience
ience audience enjoyed the film most for
the same things I did: the slap slapstick
stick slapstick action when the Russians
bumblingly tried to kidnap a fat
man (a defected scientist?) and
instead carted off in their trunk
a fat woman in curlers and night nightgown.
gown. nightgown. The Keystone Cops didn't
need any dialog to get their
laughs.
A silent film is of course no
comparison to my experience,
since in a non-talkie the direc directing
ting directing can compensate for the lack
of dialog. In the present case,
one finds that his attention is
much more intent on the acting
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and on the directors work. Such
attention is unfair in its harsh
demands, but not uninteresting
to the viewer.
WTiisky y Vodka being a
farce of melodrama, everything
was overdone, and so my anti anticipation
cipation anticipation of total non-comprehen non-comprehension
sion non-comprehension was not fulfilled at all.
The Americans wore Ivy clothes
and called Lyndon on the tele telephone.
phone. telephone. The Russians looked like
bears, threw their glasses over
their shoulders after each drink,
and chanted the Song of the Volga
Boatmen.

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for girl-watchers
to watch...
Her name is Joan Parker, and shes the new Dodge Fever Girl.
Watch her on television this season, dispensing Dodge Fever
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j schedule is listed below.)
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Complete with disappearing headlights and sports-car styling that
features a European-type spoiler on the rear deck., But since
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bucket seats and an airplane-type instrument panel. Even pockets in
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Albert Likes Beef r Fish

By LARRY MADDOX
Feature Correspondent
Twenty pounds of meat per week may sound like
quite a feast, but not if you are an alligator. For
Albert, the UF mascot, it is just a routine meal.
According to L. W. Melvin of Physical Plants
and Grounds Albert is fed a ground-up mixture of
fish and beef scraps. The mixture is usually 75
per cent fish and 25 per cent beef and is given to
the alligator in one big meal each week. An alli alligator
gator alligator swallows its food whole, much like a snake,

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and relies on stomach jucies for digestion which
takes several days.
Last year, thanks to kind-hearted gtudents, marsh marshmellows
mellows marshmellows were often included in Alberts diet and
provided a between meal snack.
The present Albert has been on campus for 3
years.
There has been talk of moving Albert to the pond
near the J. Wayne Reitz Union, but according to
Melvin this co d not take place soon since a new
wall would have to be constructed to keep the alligator
from exeaptng.



Cards Slip Past Bosox
In Series Opener, 2-1

By JOE GERGEN
UPI Sports Writer
_ \
BOSTON (UPI) Lou Brock,
baseballs one-man hit-and-run
play, stung gritty Jose Santiago
for a record-tying four hits and
stole a tense 2-1 victory for
the St. Louis Cardinals from the
Boston Red Sox Wednesday in
the first game of the 1967 World
Series.
Brock, who sprayed four hits
around cramped Fenway Park in
as many official at bats to tie
a series record last accomp accomplished
lished accomplished by Marty Wills of the Los
Angeles Dodgers in 1965, stole
two bases and scored both hard hardearned
earned hardearned St. Louis runs on infield
grounders by Roger Maris.
The decisive second run in the
seventh inning, which snapped a
1-1 tie, was strictly the result
of Brocks eye-popping speed,
responsible for 52 stolen bases
during the National League sea season.
son. season.
Brock led off the inning with
a ground single to right and
promptly stole second, just slid sliding
ing sliding in under rookie catcher Russ
Gibsons high throw. After Curt
Floods grounder to the right
side moved Brock to third, the
lean swifty scored easily as sec second
ond second baseman Jerry Adair, play playing
ing playing just back of the infield grass,
made a diving stab of Maris
grounder but had no play at
the plate.
Those two runs were all the
Cards could scrape together, al-
I Golf Meeting I
An organizational meeting for
the Womens Golf Club will be
held on Monday, Oct. 9 at 4:15
p.m. in the Broward Classroom.
The departure of Wheelwright
and Hawkins left the Falcons with
only 17 of the 42 men they
drafted from the National Foot Football
ball Football League pool in January 1966.
Yon Dedication
Set Saturday
Yon Hall, the home of scholar scholarship
ship scholarship athletes at the University
of Florida, will be dedicated Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning at 9 oclock in
ceremonies open to the public.
The modern, air-conditioned
living area under the East Stands
at Florida Field is named after
the late Col. Everett M. Yon,
a long-time figure in Gator Ath Athletics.
letics. Athletics.
Present at the dedication will
be dignitaries from over the
state and many University of
Florida officials, including Pres President
ident President Stephen C. OConnell.
Honor guests are Col. Yons
widow, Catherine and his two
sons, Major Everett Yon and
Major Frank Yon.
The dormitory, which also in includes
cludes includes study rooms, lounges, an
athletic training table and a phone
in each room, houses all scholar scholarship
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though they peppered Santiago
for 10 hits in the seven innings
he worked and drew five walks
from Santiago and reliever John
Wyatt.
But they were all Cardspitch Cardspitcher
er Cardspitcher Bob Gibson, who made a
remarkable recovery from a
broken leg suffered in mid-July
to win three games in Septem September,
ber, September, needed to remain in com command
mand command throughout the game.
A crowd of 34,796 packed into
the antiquated little ball park parkand
and parkand hundreds more perched pre precariously
cariously precariously on billboards high atop
adjoining buildings-saw Gibson
fan 10 batters and scatter six
hits.
Gibson, who compiled a 13-7
record during an abbreviated
season, yielded a third-inning
homer by Santiago into the net
high above the left centerfield
scoreboard.
Santiago, whose frequent
pitching jams turned the par partisan
tisan partisan Boston crowd into a mass
of quivering jelly, gave a mag magnificent
nificent magnificent clutch performance with
the help of two defensive gems
by Bostons Man of the Year,
Carl Yastrzemski.
The 27-year-old Santiago, the
first Puerto Rican ever to start
the opening game of a series,
stranded eight men over the first
six innings while yielding nine
hits and walking three.
But the favored Cards, who
ran away with the N.L. flag on
the basis of their strong hitting,
scratched him for a run in the
third when Brock singled sharp sharply
ly sharply to Flood lashed a
double fnto the left field corner
and Maris grounded sharply to

Orange League To Start

Orange League water basket basketball
ball basketball opens this years intra intramural
mural intramural schedule with a battle of
the giants Monday night at Ffor
rida pool.
Tau Epsilon Phi, last years
overall champion, runs head on
with its strongest challenger for
the Presidents Cup, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, at 7 p.m.
Other highlighted Monday
games include Sigma Nu vs.
Phi Delta Theta at 6 p.m. and
Delta Tau Delta vs. Pi Lambda
Phi at 8 oclock.
The championship will be de decided
cided decided Monday night* October 16,
at 7 p.m.

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first baseman George Scott be behind
hind behind first base for the initial out
of the inning.
Santiago saved himself from
further damage by getting the
Cards best hitter, Orlando Ce Cepeda,
peda, Cepeda, on a pop foul and retiring
Mike Shannon on a pop up after
walking Tim McCarver. Cepeda,
one of Santiagos best friends
could do nothing against the
righthander in four appearances.
Yastrzemski, whose marve marvelous
lous marvelous defensive plays as well as
his slugging carried the Red
Sox to their miraculous A.L.
pennant ride, kept Santiago and
the Red Sox in the game by
throwing out Julian Javier at
the plate in the fourth inning
and making an amazing twist twisting
ing twisting catch of Floods drive to the
warning track in left in
the fifth.
Javier led off the fourth with
his second consecutive single
and moved to second on Dal
Maxvills slow grounder to the
right side. After Bob Gibson
struck out, Brock grounded a
single to left. Yaz fielded the
ball on the dead run and in one
motion uncorked a perfect strike
on the fly to Russ Gibson, who
slapped the tag on Javier a split
second before he slid across
the plate.
An inning later, leadoff batter
Flood lined a drive over Yas Yastrzemskis
trzemskis Yastrzemskis head in left but the
amazing Triple Crown winner
stayed with the ball and at the
last instant leaped into the air
to make a sensational back backhanded
handed backhanded catch. It proved espe especially
cially especially important when Maris, the
next batter, dumped a single
into right for his only hit of
the game.

Volleyball will be the next
sport, with drawings to take place
this Thursday at 4 oclock.
Falcons Trade
V
Wheelwright
(UPI) The NFLs Atlanta
Falcons, who havent won a game
this season, went trading Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and came up with former
Alabama star Ray Ogden.
The Falcons traded fullback
Ernie Wheelwright to the New
Orleans Saints for Ogden, and
put veteran flanker Alex Haw Hawkins
kins Hawkins on waivers.

Thursday, October 5, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

BY 808 PADECKY
alligator sports editor

It was found out yesterday that the south side bleachers in
the gym are condemned. It may be a surprise to a few people,
but not to those who have been in the Florida gym in the past
few years.
It wouldnt be beyond the stretch of anyones imagination
to CONDEMN FLORIDA GYM!
But for the moment it looks like the south side stands are
the first to go.
And there was some decision about whether the south side
was to go or not.
It seems that the decision of whether to replace or remove
the bleachers hinged on the fact of the feasibility of a new gym.
If this gym was to be build within 2-3 years, then the prospect
of paying SIO,OOO for temporary portables would be impractical.
But no worry, one would be dreaming to believe we could get
a gym WITHIN FIVE YEARS!
The reason is money.
Right now, the University and Athletic Association do not
have it. The Athletic Association still owes $2,000,000 in inden indentured
tured indentured bonds on the construction of Yon Hall. They pledged as
security the gate receipts at the football games.
The security certainly is reliable. But further progress con concerning
cerning concerning athletic developments is very doubtful.
A new gym would cost, at a bare minumum, $3,000,000. And
in fairness to the bidders it would probably run conceivably to
$6,000,000.
Thats a chunk of cash, especially since the Athletic Asso Association
ciation Association still owes $2,000,000 on the dorm where they keep the
animals.
So one may have to settle for the moment of being secure with
having a first-class athletes play in third-class facilities.
And whoever you blame, the Board of Regents, Gov. Kirk or
the ti*e sad fact remains that the Gators, their fans
and still suffer.
Let's just hope that a constant check maintained on that
ancient gym. It would certainly be tragic to see 3,000 fans come
tumbling down to injury and death.
And all because of a a few dollars more.
Here's a goodie for the UF past that shows just how far good
ole Gatorland has progressed.
Way back in the late 19305, a high school All-American foot footballer
baller footballer from South Florida was getting a guided tour of the campus.
Being shown the high (?) spots of university life (?), this prepper
was given the ole come-here,-this-place-is- made-for-you treat treatment.
ment. treatment.
While, as the story goes, this ole country boy was really im impressed.
pressed. impressed.
Until he stepped on campus.
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The Florida Alligator, Thursday, October 5, 1967

By PAUL KAPLAN
Assistant Sports Editor
I just realized that:
Ardent football fans will skip classes and take
sick-leave at work in order to watch a World
Series game. v
The University of Miami would probably have
a perfect season if they could only get rid of
those easy games.
Purdue University defeated the nations best
football team in Notre Dame, and is still ranked
only fourth.
Jackie Eckdahl is a married man. Sorry girls!
The American League pennant winner is almost
consistantly relegated to the second division the

Florida Tops SEC Offense;
*
LSU Has Slim Rushing Lead

Surprising Florida is the offen offensive
sive offensive leader in the Southeastern
Conference after two games while
Ole Miss ranks first in defense.
Statistics released by the SEC
commissioner's office here show
that the Gators have picked up
an average of 349 yards per
game to lead in total offense.
Mississippi has yielded just 170
yards per game.
Auburn, picked to have one
of the conference's better defen defensive
sive defensive teams, was in second place
in total offense with 325 yards
while Georgia was holding down
third with 317.
The rushing offense leader
finds another surprise with Loui-,

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Gus Norigenna and Fred Atkinson of ECls Advanced RF Techniques Development group
measure the performance of an experimental UHF power combiner. The combiner itself,
dwarfed by the coaxial connectors used to tie it to the instrumentation setup, is
developed as part of a 100 watt miniature transistor power amplifier for the 300 Megahertz
frequency range. The heart of the device is a precision metallic film circuit fabricated on
a special ceramic substrate by ECls Microelectronics Laboratory.

Gators Fail To Gain Ground In Win

siana State holding a slim mar margin
gin margin over Georgia. The Bengals
have 227 yards per game on
the ground compared to Geor Georgias
gias Georgias 209.
Ken Stablers passing has
pushed the Alabama Crimson
Tide to the forefront in passing
offense with a 197.5 per game
average while Vanderbilt is in
second place with 185.5 and Flo Florida
rida Florida third with 182.
On defense, the Gators are
leading in scoring defense, hav having
ing having given up just seven points
in two games. Georgia is second
with an 8.5 per-game average
while LSU is third with an even
10. Alabama is the scoring lead leader,

following season.
The Gators won impressively last weekend, but
gained nothing in the national rankings.
The Los Angeles Rams will be this year's
Super Bowl winners.
The Los Angeles Dodgers had no .300 hitters
this past season, but the two players they traded
away, Maury Wills and Tommy Davis, both topped
the .300 mark.
Every time Larry Rentz is tackled, I expect
to see half of him land on the 50-yard line and
the other half on the 45.
Graham McKeel is a graduate student.
The Gator football team is. almost never tabbed
for a successful campaign by pre-season ex experts.
perts. experts.

er, leader, averaging 31 points, Georgia
second with 27 points and Au Auburn
burn Auburn third at 26.5.
New Voting In
Hall Os Fame
'UPI) -- Elections for base baseball's
ball's baseball's Hall of Fame will be held
every year instead of every two
years, the Hall's Board of Di Directors
rectors Directors announced Tuesday.
The first beneficiary of the
rules change could be Stan The
Man Musial, former star and now
General Manager of the St. Louis
Cardinals. He will be eligible for
election to the Hall at Coopers Cooperstown,
town, Cooperstown, N. Y. f in 1969.

Hanratty Breaks Record

(UPI) Notre Dame quar quarterback
terback quarterback Terry Hanratty set an
NCAA record by passing and run running
ning running on 75 plays and accounted
for 420 yards total offense against
Purdue last week to move into
second place in total offense
statistics.
Hanratty, a 6-foot-1, 109-
pound junior, was 14th in total
offense last week, but moved into
second place with his showing in

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The decision to go for one point and a tie rather
than two points and a win over Alabama gave Bill
Peterson and his FSU Seminoles a lot of prestige
but very little respect.
Professional soccer will not be seen on tele television
vision television again next year.
Professional soccer may not be seen any anywhere
where anywhere next year.
Gilette Foamycommercials (youknow,amoun (youknow,amountain
tain (youknow,amountain of lather.) make me want to run out and
shave.
Those UF students who complain about sitting
high up in the stands should try viewing the
games from the sidelines.

SPORTS
FOOTBALL

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Notre Dames 28-21 loss to Pur Purdue.
due. Purdue.
Paul Toscano of Wyoming lea
in total offense with 683 yards
on 85 plays, followed by Han Hanratty
ratty Hanratty with 674 on 112 plays and
Terry Stone of New Mexico, who
has gained 618 yards on 134
plays.
Hanrattys 75 rushing-passing
plays broke the former high of
73, set last season by Bruce
Lem merman of San Fernando.