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Vol. 60. No. 11

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(Photo By Nick Arroyo)
Chester Ferguson, Chairman of theoardof
Regents, displays anger as he refutes Gov.
Kirks request for him to resign his post.
Ferguson tabled the action a dastardly political
move. (More Regents stories page 8 and 9)
EDITORIAL
Lets Walk Out
Gov. Claude Kirk ought to get out of Florida's university
business.
His conduct is reprehensible, crude and disgusting.
He has embarrassed the entire Board of Regents and the UFs
new president by sending his aide, Charles Perry, to Gainesville
with a letter asking Chester Ferguson, Board of Regents chair chairman,
man, chairman, to resign.
Ferguson, near to tears because of the governors tactless
and illogical methods, refused.
The Regents chairman should be congratulated for his actions.
But Kirk should be forced to pay a high price for his low lowgrade
grade lowgrade remark labeled by Ferguson tripe. . nothing but trash
and a lie."
We propose that on the day Floridas primary and secondary
teachers submit their resignations and stop working, hopefully
closing down Floridas schools until the Legislature is called
into special session, UF students and faculty join them in a one
day protest by refuging to either attend classes or teach in
college classrooms.
Someone has got to stand up to Kirk. Someone has got to stop
him before he ruins all of Floridas financially and politically
handicapped educational system.
Manning J. Dauer, chairman of the faculty committee for
the selection of a new UF president, said in a prepared state statement
ment statement Friday, It is apparent to me that if this type of activity
continues and if the Regents are not permitted to function without
interference, we are definitely headed toward the possible
disaccreditation of all of the institutions of higher learning
that are under the Board of Regents.
Should such disaccreditation follQW, degrees by
these Florida universities would not be honored by examining
boards of other states which license the professions, such as
law, medicine, and engineering. Further, it would jeopardize
admission of our graduates to the graduate and professional
schools of other states."
This type of situation would clearly rest on the governors
shoulders. But, the burden of his actions would be borne by the
students.
Kirk has got to be stopped.
And Regent Wayne McCall,whose 11 page letter apparently
prompted Kirk to call for Fergusons resignation, must have
his term on the Board of Regents reviewed when it expires
in 1968, before he is reappointed.
McCalls actions stink of politics. They also reveal him to be
a man who couldnt stand to see his choice for UF president,
Rep. Sydney Herlong, rejected.
Education must be treated with detachment from politics.
Kirk must be shown that Floridas students and educators will
not stand for his inane attitude.
Lets shut down this university for one day and show the
businessman governor we mean business. Maybe then Kirk
will get the point.

The
Florida Alligator

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

DR. DAUER WARNS
UF Faces Possible
Disaccreditation

By ARLENE CAPLAN
Alligator Staff Writer
The UF faces disaccreditation
if controversies like the present
one over Stephen C. OConnells
selection as UF President con continue,
tinue, continue, Manning J. Dauer, Chair Chairman
man Chairman of the Faculty Selection
Committee declared at Fridays
Board of Regents meeting.
In both a written statement
and a speech, Dauer warned the
state electorate that unless Flor Florida
ida Florida colleges and universities are
permitted to function without
political* interference, we are
definitely headed toward possible

UF Fans Polled
On Card Section

By Steve Hulsey
Alligator Staff Writer
Questionnaires on the ef effectiveness
fectiveness effectiveness of the card section
were turned in by 600 spectators
in the west stands at the Flor Florida-LSU
ida-LSU Florida-LSU game. The results of
this poll are to be released
Tuesday afternoon.
A general referendum for the
card section will be presented to
the student body on Oct. 19.
The Legislative Council, which
will make the final decision, will
t hen vote whether to abolish,
modify, or retain the card sec sections
tions sections present form.
I think it would be a mistake
to abolish the card section,
said Clarence Selin, co-director
*
of the card section, or to change
it. I think the cara section has
been better this year than it has
been in a long time.
Selin produced a copy of a let letter
ter letter dated May 24, 1967 which was
gent to Student Body President
Charles Shepherd by Louis
Jaegar of the Gator Boosters.
The letter stated that UFs was
the oldest, and now the only,
card section in the SEC. It stated
that card sections were synony synonymous
mous synonymous with big time college
football, and that the Gator 800-
Construction
Worker Hurt
In 80' Fall
A Starke construction worker,
James H. Curger Jr., remained
in serious condition Sunday after
a fall of over 80 feet at the new
life sciences building Friday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon.
Curger, an employee of Mas Masonry
onry Masonry Contractors Co., was work working
ing working on a scaffold erected on the
construction site, located beside
the University Police Depart Department.
ment. Department. He slipped and fell to the
ground below. Campus ponce
estimated the length of the fall
as being about 83 feet.

disaccreditation of all institut institutions
ions institutions of higher learning that are
under the Board of Regents.
In his prepared statement,
Dauer cited instances of political
interference in Mississippi, Geo Georgia,
rgia, Georgia, and Kentucky which resulted
in disaccreditation of the univer university
sity university systems in those states by
the Southern Association of Col Colleges
leges Colleges and Secondary Schools.
The UF risks the same treat treatment
ment treatment if political intervention
keeps up." Disaccreditation
would mean that a degree from the
UF or any other state university
within the state is null outside

sters were in favor of keeping
the section in its present form
and size.
Selin stated that many of the
recommendations have been car carried
ried carried out, and others will follow.
He pointed out that the dir director
ector director no longer uses a PA sys system,
tem, system, but gives directions to the
card section with numbered
cards. The card tricks are exe executed
cuted executed only during the first 10
minutes of halftime.
There is better control over
tickets now, said Selin, which
was a sore point with many peo people."
ple." people."

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HC SWEETHEART CANDIDATES
Finalists in the Homecoming Sweetheart
contest were announced Friday evening in the
Florida Gym. From left to right they iv iv-2
-2 iv-2 iroi Still, sponsored by Kappa Alpha frat fraternity;
ernity; fraternity; Patty Bohannon, sponsored by Sigma
Nu frater lity; and Janice Biewend, sponsored
by the Engineering Society.

Inside
Bomb Scare
At Graham Causes
Mass Evacuation
See Page 9

Monday, October 9, 1967

of the state, Dauer told the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator Sunday.
The issue of political inter intervention
vention intervention and O'Connells selection
as UF President created an emo emotional
tional emotional Board of Regents meeting
Friday.
I think 1 feel this university
and what happens to it is more
important than what happens to
me, incoming UF President St Stephen
ephen Stephen C. O'Connell said.
OConnells remarks came
after Gov. Claude Kirk accused
Board Chairman Chester H. Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson of violating good prac practices
tices practices in the recent selection of
the president for the University
of Florida.
In a letter delivered to Fergu Ferguson
son Ferguson by a Kirk aid, Charles Perry,
Kirk asked for Fergusons resig resignation.
nation. resignation.
Ferguson refused declaring,
I am a man of guts and integrity.
I will resist to the last drop of
my blood the efforts of the gover governor
nor governor to dastardly run meoutofmy
position.
OConnell, earlier knowing of
the divided vote by the board in
his selection as president, and of
the dissension among board
members, prepared a written
statement asking the board to
reconsider the matter of my
appointment solely on the basis
of the best interests of this insti institution
tution institution without personal concern
for me.
(SEE KIRK, PAGE 9)



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The Florida Alligator, Monday, October 9, 1967

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Bulletin News
Slate, National, International News

Demos To Meet In Chicago

WASHINGTON (UPI) The Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Site Committee voted Sun Sunday
day Sunday night to hold the partys 1968
National Convention in Chicago.
The decision was announced aft after
er after a two-hour session by Chair Chairman
man Chairman David Wilentz, a New Jersey

Students Walk Out
WILLIAMS TOWN, Mass. (UPI) Some 75 student anti-Vietnam war
demonstrators walked out of a Williams College auditorium Sunday as
Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson prepared to speak about whether Americas
physical setting will be pleasant or squalid.
The students left Chapin Hall during convocation ceremonies launch launching
ing launching the colleges Center for Environmental Studies durig which h
the First Lady received an honorary doctor of human letters degree.
Papandreou Freed
ATHENS (UPI) The Greek military junta withdrew guards from the
villa of former Premier Georgejpapandreou Sunday, ending a six-month
house arrest.
The guards left the home outside Athens shortly after a brigadier
general formally informed the ailing 79-year-old Center Union leader
of the end of his arrest, and those 6f eight other prominent politicians.
Cong Copters Destroyed
SAIGON (UPI U.S. fighter-bombers braved heavy anti-aircraft
fire and MIG jet interceptors to destroy six Russian-built helicopters,
including two giants capable of carrying up to 120 troops, in raids
Saturday near the North Vietnamese capital of Hanoi, military spokes spokesmen
men spokesmen reported Sunday.
Other American planes blasted a previously off-limits oil depot,
raked MIG bases and shot up Communist supply and rail lines to within
24 miles of the border with Red China. Three U.S. planes were lost
during the daylong attacks and all four crewmen were listed as missing.
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member of the Democratic Matiori Matiorial
al Matiorial Committee.
Chicago was selected over
Miami Beach, and Houston, Tex.,
although there was some backing
within the Committee for both of
those cities.

317 Coeds Accept Bids
To End Sorority Rush

Two weeks of rush ended Fri Friday
day Friday as the 14 UF sorority chap chapters
ters chapters extended their bids to 317
Florida coeds.
Accent 6B
Needs VIPs
ACCENT 6B needs people who
know Very Important People.
Alan Kan, technical director of
ACCENT, explained, We need
students who have a personal
contact with any prominent nat national
ional national and state personalities.
We need these personal cont contacts
acts contacts to bring these people to cam campus
pus campus for ACCENT 6B, April 1-6.
Last year, Robert Shelton, ex exhead
head exhead of the Klu Klux Klan, was
brought here in this manner,
Kan said.
Anyone who can assist AC ACCENT
CENT ACCENT should contact Alan Kan
at the ACCENT office on the
third floor of the J. Wayne Reitz
Union or at 376-9217 in the eve evening.
ning. evening.
Citrus Meeting
The Citrus Club of the Depart Department
ment Department of Fruit Crops will hold
an organizational meeting Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night at 7:30 in the con conference
ference conference room next to the
Provosts office in McCarty Hall.
Students majoring in citrus or
fruit crops are invited to the club
meetings, which will feature
speakers in the citrus industry.

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This years rush took 17 more
girls than last year, but there is
a new house added to sorority
row this year. The UF Chapter
of Phi Sigma went through for formal
mal formal rush period for the first time,
this quarter. Chi Omega pledged
the largest number of new mem members.
bers. members.
Pledging quotas were det determined
ermined determined according to a 30-point
system. Freshmen and sophomore
pledges counted as 1 point while
juniors and seniors counted as one
half point. Therefore, the actual
number of pledges in each house
doesnt mean that much when it
comes to points.
According to Panhellenic pres president
ident president Jean Hanna, approximately
1,300 girls started at ice waters,
but many girls dropped out bef before
ore before final bidding.

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There was a new ruling this
year that all girls had to attend
all 14 ice water teas. This was
to make sure that the girls would
see all the houses and not just
the one Mom was in,** Miss Han*
na said.
Informal rush begins at most
houses this week.
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WHATS
HAPPENING

Monday, October 9, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

By David Chafin
Alligator Staff Writer
IN MONARCHIES: If you want to go to the Coronation Ball cel celebrating
ebrating celebrating the crowning of this years Homecoming Queen whos
not really a Queen but a Sweetheart then you will want to buy a
ticket which can be purchased in the Service Booth of theJ. Wayne
Reitz Union beginning at 8 a.m. today.
IN GUNG-HO: The Marine Corps (ours) will have recruiting rep representatives
resentatives representatives in the lobby of the Reitz Union today to size up pro prospective
spective prospective Leathernecks. Special attraction will be tape recordings
of John Wayne yelling Give em Hell! while charging up San Juan
Hill. (Well, it could be...)
ON THE BOARDS: Florida Players will have a meeting in the Reitz
Union Theater today at 6 p.m.
ON THE BOARDS, Jr.: There will be a production meeting of the
Florida Players in the Union Theater at 7:30 tonight.
IN PARTIES: Eye Gotta Stigma had a real wild bash Saturday night
and 11 people got arres....no, wait a minute! These parties are
United, First, and University. And they will have a little get-tog get-together
ether get-together at 3:30 p.m. today when Leg Council members leg it over
to room 355 in the Union for a Legislative Council meeting.
IN BROTHERHOOD: Phi Lambda Theta will meet in room 150 D
of the Union today at 5:30 p.m.
IN HOODLUM-HOOD: Hells Angels will have an underwater knife knifefight
fight knifefight in the Graham Area pond at 2:45 today. Scuba gear provided.
IN CHRISTIANDOM: In room 118 of the Union, the Inter-Varsity
Christian Fellowship will meet at 5 p.m. today.

Religion In Life
Meets Today
The Religion-in-Life Commi Commimlttee
mlttee Commimlttee meets today at 4 oclock
in room 368 of the Reitz Union.
Committee heads will be ap appointed,
pointed, appointed, and plans for next
quarters Religion-in-Life Week
will be discussed.
Committee members who are
unable to attend are asked to
contact the office of the Depart Department
ment Department of Religion.

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Money, Frank Sinatra
Await HC Sweetheart

A whirlwind two weeks of act activities
ivities activities are being planned for the
three Homecoming Sweetheart
finalists.
The three girls, Carol Still,
Janice Biewend, and Patty Bo Bohannon
hannon Bohannon are tentatively scheduled
to begin their travels throughout
the state Thursday.
The first event is an alumni
dinner in Orlando, one of several
to be held for the finalists dur during
ing during the next two weeks in var-
Absentee
Ballots
All students who will be unable
to vote in the upcoming student
elections on Ocotber 19, and de desire
sire desire to do so, must apply for
an absentee ballot with the sec secretary
retary secretary of the interior, located on
the third floor of the Reitz Union
by 5:00 p.m. today.

ious parts of the state. The din dinner
ner dinner Thursday will also honor UF
president Steven OConnell.
Friday the girls arrive in St.
Petersburg to be featured on the
Salty Sauls Sports Show, and
then travel on to Jacksonville and
Tallahassee on Saturday.
The following weekend begins
with a luncheon in Pensacola
and includes promotional visits
to Tampa, Palm Beach, Miami,
and Cape Coral.
The Homecoming Sweetheart
will be elected by the student
body during the October 19 cam campus
pus campus elections, and the winner will
be announced at Gator Growl.
According to Philip Burnett,
Homecoming Sweetheart chair chairman,
man, chairman, the Sweethearts prizes will

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Page 4

Movie Rating tumbleweeds

By ALLIGATOR REVIEW STAFF
* average or below
** good
*** very good
**** superior
MARAT/SADE. Internationally
acclaimed Royal Shakespeare
Company cast. Directed by Peter
Brook. This film version of the
original London and Broadway
production of the persecution
and assassination of Jean Paul
Marat as performed by the in inmates
mates inmates of the asylum of Charenton
under the direction of the Marquis
de Sade is exceptionally well
done. A must for everyone.
Now at the State. ****
BAREFOOT IN THE PARK.
Jane Fonda, Robert Redford,
Charles Boyer. Story of newly newlyweds
weds newlyweds and the problems they face.
Neil Simons (The Odd Couple)
dialogue makes a trite theme hil hilarious
arious hilarious -- well adapted to the
screen from the Broadway pro production.
duction. production. Now at the Gainesville
Drive-in. ** +
PARADISE HA WAIIAN STYI E.
Elvis Presley. Typical, typical,
typical, typical Elvis. Bleech!
(Also at the Gainesville Drive Drivein.)
in.) Drivein.)
ALFIL. Michael Caine.. Al Almost
most Almost everyones seen this story
of a cockney clod and the birds
he shoots. But if you havent,
go to the Florida. Very entertain entertaining.
ing. entertaining. ***
HURRY SUNDOWN. Michael
Caine. Second of a Caine double doubleheader
header doubleheader at the Florida, this one
takes an overworked theme and
handles it badly.
ROUGH NIGHT IN JERICHO.
Dean Martin, George Peppard,
Jean Simmons. Directed by Ar Arnold
nold Arnold Laven. An updated western
with a behaviorist twist. Now at
the Plaza. ***
HOUR OF THE GUN. James
Garner, Jason Robards, Robert
Ryan. Directed by John Sturges.
Study of Wyatt Earps revenge
on the men who shot his two
brothers after the gunfight
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SPECIAL EDUCATION SESSION
Constans Surprised By Kirk

By STEVE ROBITAILLE
Alligator Staff Writer
Dr. Phillip Constans Jr., ex executive
ecutive executive secretary of the Florida
Education Association,told a cap capacity
acity capacity crowd of teachers and fut future
ure future teachers Friday that he was
surprised at Governor Kirks
announcement of a special leg legislative
islative legislative session on education in
early 1968.
This came as a surprise to
me not a complete surprise,
but a surprise. I hope it means
what I hope it means, said Con Constans,
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members of the Students Flor Florida
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had gathered in Norman Hall to
hear the educators remarks.
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several months concerning the
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Constans lecture entitled The
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Schoolswas concerned primar primarily
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situation in Florida. He told the
audience, Among all the prob problems
lems problems facing this state, probably
the hottest and most controver controversial
sial controversial is that matter of your future
profession.
Constans explained that he was
unsure of what to say consider considering
ing considering the news of Kirks announ announcement,
cement, announcement, but that the demands of
the FEA would not be altered.

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The students of this state are
not getting a fair shake, he
emphazied. Im not even talking
about quality, Im just talking ab about
out about an adequate job.
The ratio of teachers to stu students
dents students was cited as one area where
improvement is needed.
If teachers are able to deal
with fewer students they can each
get more individual attention,
he said.
In referring to the teachers
demands for increased salaries,
Constans said,This is not the
only thing we are concerned
about.

By TOM RYAN

-


He added, however, The re are
70,000 teacher vacancies in the
nation. The State of Florida has
not been in a position to attract
teachers for many years.
Constans made it clear to the
audience that the FEA was. not
a small nor a conspiratory or organization.
ganization. organization.
The FEA is a professional
organization of the teachers of
this state. There were 51,000
members as of last year, said
Constans. He also added that
the FEA is not a bunch of ag agitators
itators agitators trying to cause trouble.



By JOE TORCHIA
Features Editor
The Persecution and Assas Assassination
sination Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as
Performed by the Inmates of the
Asylum of Charenton Under the
Direction of the Marquis deSade
is now playing at the State.
It won a Tony Award for the
best play of the 1965-66 season
when it was presented by the
Royal Shakespeare Company.
It was also selected as the best
play of that season by the New
York Drama Critics Circle.
Go to the State and youll
see why. -~

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MOVIE

Produced by Michael Birkett
and Directed by Peter Brook,
Marat/Sade is the motion pic picture
ture picture version of the original pro production
duction production written for the stage by
Peter Weiss. It stars the same
Royal Shakespeare Company cast
that appeared on stage.
And thats the greatest asset
for Brook and Birkett that the 41
members of the stage cast re remained
mained remained intact, trained to perfec perfection
tion perfection in every slight shading of
their roles.
And, my God, what roles!
Marat/Sade is difficult, if
not impossible, to assess by or ordinary
dinary ordinary cinema measurements
the challenges, problems, and ar artistic
tistic artistic demands were most unique,
and they were most uniquely
and superbly handled.

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appear as inmates of the famed
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are also appearing in the play
presented there under the direc direction
tion direction of an infamous inmate, the
Marquis de Sade.
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between two great French Revo Revolution
lution Revolution extremists: Jean-Paul Ma Marat,
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of social reform and the call
for violent revolutionary uphea upheavel;
vel; upheavel; and the Marquis de Sade,
an exponent of pessimistic in individualism
dividualism individualism in a world where
nature is merciless.

Into the midst of their dispute
and the weird ensemble around
them comes a tragic and ob obsessed
sessed obsessed figure, young Charlotte
Corday, there to end Marats
life with a knife thrust as he
sits in his bath.
Marat/Sade is a sounding
board for many thought-provok thought-provoking,
ing, thought-provoking, deeply controversial ideas
and at the end of the film
there are no ready answets to
the shattering questions that have
been raised. In the midst of a
violent, shocking, nauseating, vi vicious,
cious, vicious, vacant ending, a sudden
black-out leaves a startled, wide wideeyed
eyed wideeyed audience to find its own
answers.
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Thank God that Director Brook
retained all of the vital forces
of the stage play, especially the
dramas fascinating mental insti institution
tution institution setting.
One basic concern testing the
films creative force was the
question of getting maximum ef effects
fects effects of mobility and explosive
stimuli for the screen within the
scope of a stage.
This was brilliantly achieved
by utilizing elements of lighting,
costuming and individual mass
movement in away- different
from that previously attempted
in a motion picture, with dual
color cameras, like great rov roving
ing roving eyes, picking up every de detail
tail detail of action.
lan Richardson as the impas impassioned
sioned impassioned Marat and Patrick Magee
as the cynical de Sade are no
less than perfect; it is easy to
see why Magee won a Tony for
the best supporting role.
And Glenda Jackson plays a
beautifully obsessed Charlotte
Corday, the country maid with
a mission of murder.
Not one actor; nay, not even
one of the forty-one Shakespeare
Company cast is unconvincing.
What a delight to see a film with without
out without a bad actor, without a bad
scene, with barely a flaw!

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A word must also be injected
here for the music (by Richard
Peaslee) which is thoroughly well
sung (by the Shakespeare Com Company
pany Company cast), and thoroughly well
coreographed (by Brook, I pre presume)
sume) presume) and thoroughly entertain entertaining.
ing. entertaining.
Marat/Sade is a must for
all moviegoers and non-movie non-moviegoers;
goers; non-moviegoers; its a film so out-of-the
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its so excellent a rarity that
one like it will not hit Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville for a long time to come.
As a play, Marat/Sade was
internationally successful; be because
cause because of photography, special
lighting and other effects unable
to be achieved on the stage, it
will be even more successful
as a movie.
Guaranteed: when Academy A Awards
wards Awards roll around in April, this
one will rake in quite a few.

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The
Florida Alligator
Bs?/ To Let The People Know
KM
J[lll Harvey Alper Harold Kennedy
tIWuCML ManaginffEditor Executive Editor
Harold Aldrich Boh Padecky
News Editor Sports Editor
Tb Florid* Alligator's official position on Issoss Is sxprssssd
only la tbs columns bslow. Other material la this issus may
rafltet tbs opinion o t tbs writer or cartoonist and not necessarily
that o t the Florida Alligator unless specifically i inured.

Hands Off, Governor
(Reprinted from the Gainesville Sun)

The glare of publicity
has caught Governor Cla Claude
ude Claude Kirk with his fat little
foot planted firmly in the
University of Florida sand sandbox.
box. sandbox.
But it isnt his sandbox.
The details ara sicken sickening.
ing. sickening. It began earlier this
year with the drawnout pro process
cess process of selecting a new
president for the Univer University
sity University of Florida. In an effort
to pacify the mercurial
Governor, he was shown
a final slate of candidates.
Kirk approved every one.
And then, surreptiti surreptitiously,
ously, surreptitiously, Kirk colluded with a
member of the Board of
Regents, Wayne McCall of
Ocala, to force the approval
of his own choice Cong Congressman
ressman Congressman Syd Herlong of
Leesburg -- who had not
even been interviewed for
the presidency.
The Board of Regents
resisted the pressure. It
chose instead Florida Sup Supreme
reme Supreme Court Justice Stephen
OConnell, who (1) had been
given the nod earlier by
Kirk, (2) was endorsed by a
faculty advisory commit committee,
tee, committee, and (3) has been
greeted by acclaim as the
Universitys new presi president.
dent. president.
Some of the Regents must
have knuckled under. The
vote last September 1 was
5 to 4.
His power play a failure,
Kirk launched a new attack.
When the Board of Regents
met on the University of
Florida campus last Fri Friday,
day, Friday, a Kirk aide handed a
sealed envelope to Board
of Regents Chairman Ches Chester
ter Chester Ferguson. In the en envelope
velope envelope were eleven pages of
unsubstantiated all egations
by disgruntled Regent Mc-
Call. To this, Kirk ap appended
pended appended a demand that
Chairman Ferguson resign
from the Board of Regents.

Ferguson is no johnny johnnycome-lately.
come-lately. johnnycome-lately. Heisaprom Heisaprominent
inent Heisaprominent Tampa attorney, a
vice president and a dir director
ector director of Lykes Brothers
Steamship Co., and a dir director
ector director of the Exchange Nat National
ional National Bank. He was not to
be intimidated. Ferguson
force-fed Kirk a resound resounding
ing resounding no, declaring he in intended
tended intended to complete his term
which expires in 1974.
Hurrah for Chester
Ferguson.
The blatant slickery of
Governor Kirk is even
more appalling in view of
recent history. Floridians
are sick and tired of poli political
tical political interference in higher
education. In 1964,by state statewide
wide statewide ballot, they adopted a
constitutional amendment
which excised the political
cancer.
The Constitution now
frees the Board of Regents
from the Governors heel
by (1) providing nine-year
terms for Regent members
and (2) establishing stag staggered
gered staggered terms, so no single
governor appoints a m ajor ajority.
ity. ajority.
If Governor Kirk abides
by common sense, he will
let the term of the educa educational
tional educational troublemaker, Re Regent
gent Regent Wayne McCall, ex expire
pire expire quietly in 1968.
In statewide election and
by constitutional enact enactment,
ment, enactment, the people of Florida
created the Board of -Rea -Reagents
gents -Reagents and posted hands
off signs on the educat educational
ional educational system.
Former Governor Hay Haydon
don Haydon Burns did not quite get
this message, and he tried
to fiddle with the univer universities.
sities. universities. The repercussions
felt from Dry Tortugas to
the Perdido River. Burns
came away look ing like a
tomcat who made love to a
buzz saw.
Kirk doesnt look so hot
now, either.

Gainesville Sim i
Poverty Area

EDITOR S NOTEBOOK TTTTTTTT T
i Real Bore Hr
BY STEVE HULL

Are you tired of being shunned by people
you have just met. Do dorm and fraternity
bull* sessions make you feel you have
nothing to contribute?
It is very possible that you may be a bore.
Ambrose Bierce defined a bore as a person
who talks when you wish him to listen. The
best way to see if you are classified as a
bore is to take a little quiz on the art of
conversation. Leo Aikmen, Atlanta Consti Constitution
tution Constitution columnist recently told me of the quiz.
Here it is. Answer each question yes or no.
Would a good conversationalist:
1. Try to keep posed when talking with
others?
2. Think of himself or herself and his
family all the time?
3. Listen to what others have to say?
4. Be afraid to make comments on sub subjects
jects subjects discussed?
5. Appear interested in things he didn't
particularly like or know about?
6. Boast of his good fortune, health and
so on?
7. Use flattery sparingly?
8. Use phrases such as that positively
isn't true?
9. Defend a friend who is being unjustly
criticized?
10. Refuse to investigate gossip?
11. Listen to anothers troubles?
12. Tell his troubles to another?
13. Do a lot of reading so as to be able
to discuss current events.
14. Repeat doubtful stories toother
persons?
15. Try to use correct English, talk
nlainly and so on?
The odd numbered questions should have
been answered yes; the even ones no.
If you scored 10 or above,your conver conversation
sation conversation is good. If you rate below 10 you fail
to qualify as a good conversationalist.
SHORT STUFF:
Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Defense
Secretary Robert S. McNamara were being
considered for the job of UF president
before the regents chose Stephen OConnell

It is not known whether either specifically
r turned down the job or not.
i
Large U.S. industries are paying the
Communists to keep the Viet Cong from
shelling their businesses. I learned this
fact from a man in Acapulco who had just
returned from working as an accountant
in Vietnam. The pay-off policy must be
working, because no major non-government
business establishments have been
destroyed in the past year.
* *
Bookies in Gainesville? A local bar which
must remain anonymous now is acting as a
bookie agent for people who which to wager
on Gator football games. If you wish to
make a bet, you simply place the money
in a paper bag and hand it to the bartender.
Gainesville police, attention, there are laws
against gambling in Florida.
* *
The campus politicos are back to their
old tricks again of figuring the best way to
defeat the party in power. With Legislative
Council elections coming up Oct. 19, inde independents
pendents independents from both United party and Uni University
versity University party have joined forces to deal a
crushing blow to First party in the elections.
According to Gary Goodrich, United Party
is expected to pick up 25 to 30 council seats
. r
Charles Shepherd, student body president
is worried and feels that if his party wins
10 seats it will be a victory. More on this
later.
* *
A LOOK TO THE FUTURE. Student
politicians are already thinking about the
student body presidential -election*. No Nobody
body Nobody will admit it, but Dick Thomson,
former student body vice-president in 1965,
is being groomed for the top spot on the
United Party ticket.
It is also in the wind that Charles Shep Shepherd
herd Shepherd is eyeing the possibility of funning for
re-election.



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There is no hope for the complacent man.
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Junior College Standards

MR. EDITOR:
Until your editorial came out
asking for action to raise trans transfer
fer transfer criteria*, I was blissfully
unaware of the junior college
peril, that we are drowning un under
der under the incoming waves, and that
the universities were choking
from them.
The implication is that many
of these transfers are undesir undesirable,
able, undesirable, and that an open admission
policy infers that low standards
are accepted. The truth is that
these students come with 2.0
Crocodile
Not Dead
MR. EDITOR:
An article in the September
29 Alligator, refers to the Croc Crocodile
odile Crocodile as a short-lived attempt.
In fact, the Crocodile has been
published (off campus) from time
to time ever since the UF Ad Administration
ministration Administration fired three of the
Alligators editors a year ago
last spring. (Administration cen censors
sors censors continue to run rampant:
witness the recent pre-screen pre-screening
ing pre-screening of the Timothy Leary mov movie.)
ie.) movie.) The Crocodile, including
some back issues, is current currently
ly currently available at Pam me Brew Brewers
ers Brewers psychedelic shop, the Sub Subterranean
terranean Subterranean Circus, at 10 SW 7th
St. near Santa Fe College; as
well as other places from time
to time. ;
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averages, with course structures
comparable to the native stu students,
dents, students, and therefore have been
effectively screened already. Ev Evidence
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Hippies Not Afraid
To Express Beliefs

MR. EDITOR:
I would like to address my myself
self myself to the author of the anon anonymous
ymous anonymous letter, in the Alligator
of October 6, entitled Cancer Cancerous
ous Cancerous Social Dropout. My. Name
Withheld: Surely you werent ser serious
ious serious in writing, among other
things, it takes more guts to
be straight than it takes to be
a social dropout and then pro proceed
ceed proceed to withhold your name. What
a crowning touch to a literary
effort of a normal thinking ad adult
ult adult as I assume you consider
yourself to be.
First off, let us talk about
the real hippies, not the pseudo
ones who are merely labeled as
such by the straights, a dis distinction
tinction distinction of which you are obvious obviously
ly obviously unaware. Do you really think
one is a hippie because he wears
a sign saying so? Its much more
than how one talks or dresses
or acts -- it does go beyond
normal societys conception of
what a hippie is? Its very
largely a mental attitude, an out outlook.
look. outlook. Hippies think (something to

are asking for support from the
ins against the outs. How However,
ever, However, in all fairness, you should
also call for the placing of the
University of Floridas sopho sophomores
mores sophomores in open competition for
a birth in the upper division.
JOHN E.BENNETT

which your normal people are
generally not accustomed). They
have the courage of their convic convictions,
tions, convictions, right or wrong as these
may be, and they are unafraid
to express themselves openly.
Today it takes guts not to con conform
form conform and much more to drop
out. Your straight society
the easy way out with its 9-
to-5 routine, its artificial values
and commercial culture, its
keeping -up-with-the-Jones in
suburbia, its submissive ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance (its easier) of life
as it is,etc. Are these the dem demands
ands demands which only normal people
can achieve to quote you? Are
these the goals that you say the
hippies are without? So who needs
this normality then? Only
those who have not the courage
to reject it.
In closing you say they (the
hippies) had the same beginning
as you and I, but they chose to
be flunkies.No! The straights
are the flunkies, and it wasnt
much of a choice. It was just
easier.
RICH CUETO, 7AS

Monday, October 9, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Alligator Policy
Is Most Welcome

MR. EDITOR:
I could not let pass without
favorable comment your inclusion,
VERBATIM, of the complete text
of the Revised Code of Student Con Conduct
duct Conduct in Mondays Alligator. The
service of running documents and
official statements in full has been
entirely too frequently ignored in
the past, not only by the Alliga Alligator,
tor, Alligator, but also by the overwhelming

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preponderance of other organs of
the fourth estate.
It is hoped that the running of
the full text of the Code is in indicative
dicative indicative of an emerging Alligator
policy. Such is a manifestation of
policy. Such a manifestation of
journalistic responsibility is most
welcome.
DENNIS ANSON
Math Dept.

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MfcjjfcfcfcL'-V- -.£** <, """* Hte
Regents Meet In Florida Union To Discuss University Problems (Photo By Nick Arroyo)

imiiranggf: -: ;
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(Photo By Nick Arroyo)
KRAMER
. . Explains letter.

Ferguson: Letter Was
A Complete Mystery

By RICHIE TIDWELL
City Editor
Board of Regents Chairman
Chester Ferguson said Saturday
there is nothing to justify his
resignation as chairman of the
Board of Regents. He added that
if the appointment of Stephen C.
OConnell is considered a reason
for his resignation all of this
states higher educational system


State or Florida
Orr CE OF THE. GOVERNOR
Tallahassle
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Clacdb B. Ki* Jb.
GOVERNOR
October 5, 1967
Mr. Chester Ferguson
Chairman
Board of Regents
Post Office Box 1531
Tampa, Florida
Deaf Mr. Ferguson; -- s=
Tpday I received the enclosed correspondence
from Dr. WayneC. McCall regarding the recent selec selection
tion selection of the President for the University of Florida.
Once again, I am distressed to learn of the manner
in which this very important decision was made, j
If you care to refute any of the items in/
Dr. McCall's letter, I would appreciate your thoughts;
however, the language is clear 7 tfnd I feel thayt }ou
have violated good practices ab much that, q\iit
frankly, Mr. Ferguson, I thinly yod"' should retigr .
ImSu
CRK/pac V V
Enclosure

'Dirtiest Politics 1
The fight at Fridays Board of Regents meeting was termed
politics at its dirtiest by one of the members of the Board.
It is not so much the governor but an ambitious man in our,
midst, said Regent Henry Kramer referring to Regent Wayne
McCall.
He wants to be chairman of this board and that is all there
is to it,? Kramer said.
And Im damned capable of taking care of Wayne McCall,
he continued.
Speaking of the 11-page letter McCall sent to Gov. Claude Kirk,
Kramer said, After I saw this I was pretty well blown up. When
these letters attack me and the chairman its time to speak out.
Kramer spent almost 20 minutes refuting McCalls letter. The
letter accused Ferguson and the three-man committee who nom nominated
inated nominated candidates for the UF presidency of manipulation.
McCall left the meeting early to take his son to Daytona to
play football, and missed Kramers refutation of the lette r


is in trouble.
Ferguson, who received a let letter
ter letter from Gov. Claude Kirk Fri Friday
day Friday asking him to resign, said
the practices that the governor
is talking about is a mystery to
me.
This is the first test that the
board has had to meet as to
whether it would perform on its
own or follow outside sug suggestions,
gestions, suggestions, he said.
The law doesnt require us to

contact the governor on such
matters, Ferguson added.
However, as a matter of court courtesy,
esy, courtesy, Henry Kramer, chairman of
the selection committee, wanted
to clear the names with the gover governor
nor governor and cabinet.
Ferguson said that he and
Kramer went to Palm Beach to
meet with Kirk and advise him
of the Boards recommendations.
The two names given to Kirk
were Representative Sydney Her Herlong
long Herlong and OConnell.
He (Kirk) assured us that
both were fine candidates, Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson said. We were surprised
when he took sides.
The procedures that we fol followed
lowed followed in selecting a UF presi president
dent president were established by the
board, said Ferguson. Mr.
Kramer was chairman of the
selection committee and he ran
the show. Dr. Manning Dauer
chairman, (Faculty Selection
Committee) said that the best of
procedures were followed and
that he saw no evidence of pres pressure
sure pressure or high handed practices.
Ferguson was asked to com comment
ment comment on the lack of funds for the
summer quarter.. When plan planning
ning planning for the necessary funds,
we submitted what we thought was
an adequate budget for all
quarters. However, because of
repetitious vetosby the governor,
we didnt wind up with the
money.
We have suggested to the in.*
versity presidents to implement
their with the funds
they have, Ferguson added. We
dont want them to curtail or en endanger
danger endanger their current programs of
excellence. If necessary, I had
rather see them cut down on the
number os students than lose
their standards of excellence.

Drinking Law
May Not Pass
ARLENE CAPLAN
Alligator Staff Writer
The drinking amendment will proto >1 y be revised even if Jus Justice
tice Justice Stephen OConnell approves it, members of the Board of Reg Regents
ents Regents told The Alligator at Fridays meeting. Regent Louis C. Mur Murray,
ray, Murray, a medical doctor from Orlando, c ted the following reasons
he opposes the new amendment. -
First it destroys the moral fiber of students. And of course
there is a question of the legality of drinking*on state property.
Murray also said that the Regents have a responsibility to par parents
ents parents of I F students, taxpayers and students themselves.
There are so many students under 21 living in the residence halls.
This must also be considered, he continued.

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DR. MURRAY
... a responsibility.
Regents
Meeting At
A Glance
Dr. Robert E. Smith of the
Office of Naval Research was
appointed director of ocean oceanography
ography oceanography for the university
system with headquarters at
the University of South Florida
Bay Campus in St. Petersburg.
Also a Ph.D. program in mar marine
ine marine biology was approved for
the USF bay campus.
The board decided all Re Regents
gents Regents would suggest candi candidates
dates candidates for chancellor of the
university system but no one
would contact a candidate un unless
less unless assigned to do so by
Henry Kramer, screening
committee chairman.
The Regents gave O'Connell
a unanimous vote of confidence
on his appointment as presi president
dent president after he prepared a state statement
ment statement asking the previous 5-4
split vote be reconsidered.
Gov. Claude Kirk, by letter,
called for the resignation of
Chester H. Ferguson because
of the manner in which Stephen
C. O'Connell was chosen pres president
ident president of the University of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Ferguson refused.
NO COMMENT
Governo r Claude JCi rk r s
office would not comment
on the Florida Chief
Executive's letter to
Regents' Chairmap Chester
Ferguson.

Murray originally planned to
make a statement at Fridays
meeting but said it will have to
wait till next months meeting be because
cause because of the events at Fridays
meeting.
The Bdard of Regents can re review'
view' review' any regulations from any
state universities. Last year, af after
ter after the UF Faculty Senate voted
in favor of abolishing compul compulsory
sory compulsory R.0.T.C., the Board rein reinstated
stated reinstated the old policy.
Another Regent against the am amendment
endment amendment was Mrs. Jack Behring Behringer
er Behringer of Fort Lauderdale.
After stating that she was op opposed
posed opposed to the amendment she said,
students should be more conc concerned
erned concerned with studying.
Incoming UF President Stephen
OConnell said that he will not
make any decisions about the new
code until he is officially pres president.
ident. president.
Justice OConnell, who re resumes
sumes resumes his position as UF Pres President
ident President on October 16 said
the drinking amendment will be
one of the first things I take up
when I get here.
Harold C. Riker, director of
housing Is also concerned about
the drinking amendment. If
O'Connell approves the code,
housing can pass a law out outlawing
lawing outlawing drinking in residence
halls.
We arent ready to provide
any information on this matter,
Riker said Sunday. There is a
committee considering guide guidelines
lines guidelines for UF students about drink drinking
ing drinking but right now we have no nothing
thing nothing more to add, he said.
Housing cannot amend the cur current
rent current policy until the code is
approved by the UF president.
October 16 is the earliest time
this can happen, Vice-President
of Academic Affairs Lester L.
Hale said Sunday.
00 X&SBSfc:
Iggr I k
KIRK'S AIDE
Charles Perry, the
governors aide, de delivered
livered delivered the letter to
Ferguson demanding
his resignation.



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UF President Stephen O'Connell Listens During Regents Meeting
Kirk Blasted

from page one
. v _) --
When the meeting-gpt under underway,
way, underway, OConnell prepared to dis distribute
tribute distribute his statement. Before he
could pass copies of it out,
Regents Vice-Chairman Wayne
McCall, whose letter to Kirk
prompted the governor to request
Fergusons resignation, jumped
from his seat and called for an
expression of confidence in
O'Connell. The expression was
unanimous. OConnell did not
pass his statement out.
Ferguson began the agenda of
the meeting. After an hour of
work a recess was called. When
the meeting reconvened Ferguson
immediately adjourned it.

Acrimony such as we have
here to day, Ferguson said of
Kirks letter and reaction to It,
is not appropriate for the
minutes. f
Regent Henry Kramer of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, chairman of the presi presidential
dential presidential selection committee then
said his intention was to show
how ugly politics can be from
the inside of the Board of Re Regents.
gents. Regents.
I hoped this thing would have
died down. I tried to respect
Wayne McCalls reasoning until
today, Kramer continued.
Kramer began refuting Mc-
Calls letter to Kirk point by
point.
I will read the whole letter
because Ill have to refute the
whole letter, he said.

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Kramer told exactly how
OConnell and Representative Sy Sydney
dney Sydney A. Herlong were selected as
candidates for the UF presidency.
When OConnell was contacted
and asked if he was interested in
the position he said I dont think
I want it, Kramer said.
Kramer said that McCall nom nominated
inated nominated OConnell. Referring to
McCalls letter Kramer said,
I cant let friendship interfere
with my job as member of the
Board of Regents.
Ferguson asked Dauer about
the various meetings that led to
OConnells selection.
The selection procedures were
proper, Dauer said.

Monday, October 9, 1067, The Florida Alligator,

AAUP Blasts
Kirks Stand
On UF Prexy

By FRED McNEESE
Alligator Staff Writer
Two UF professors contributed
to an American Association of
University Professors statement
issued Saturday in St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg blasting Governor Claude
Kirk for political interference
in Florida education.
Dr. Gladys M. Kammerer,
president of the UF AAUP chap chapter,
ter, chapter, and Dr. Stanley K. Laughlin,
associate professor of law, at attended
tended attended the St. Petersburg meeting
of the state AAUP executive com committee
mittee committee which accused Kirk of
political meddling in the
selection of a new president for
the university and of putting
improper public pressure on the
chairman of the Board of Regents
to resign."
Dr. Kammerer said the UF
chapter of the AAUP would issue
a statement on the current con controversy
troversy controversy after a Tuesday night
executive meeting.
Dr. Kammerer said the state
executive committee voted unan unanimously
imously unanimously to urge the state legis legislature
lature legislature to go into special session
immediately to raise more money
for public schools, junior
colleges and state universities.
The committee, in a resolution,
said it was dismayed by the
governor's injection of politics
into the internal operations of the
Board of Regents.
The executive committee
calls on the governor to assert
his leadership in finding and
providing the resources to fulfill
his campaign pledge to make
Florida first in education, and to
leave to the constitutional author-

ities the Board of Regents and
the Chancellor -- the responsi responsibilities
bilities responsibilities vested in them by law.
The committee is especially
apprehensive about the harm that
can come to our universities and
their students as a result of such
political interference as evid evidenced
enced evidenced by the governors interfer interference
ence interference in selecting a campus ad administrator
ministrator administrator and by the governors
improper pub'ic pressure on the
chairman the Board of Regents
to resign."
Bomb
Scare
Residents of Graham Hall were
evacuated from their dorms late
last night because of a bomb
scare.
Campus police were informed
by a Gainesville detective that an
anonymous caller said a bomb
had been placed in the Graham
Hall Area and was scheduled
to go off at 1:30 a.m.
Resident advisors from the
dorm area immediately took
measures to evacuate the girls
from their rooms. The girls
(at press time) were waiting in
the Graham area recreation
room.
Male residents stayed in their
rooms, while campus police
searched the rooms pf Graham
area for the bomb.
Dean of Women, Dean Cosby,
was at the scene of the disturb disturbance.
ance. disturbance. At 1 time no
bomb had been found.

Page 9



GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

for sale
WHITE PERSIAN. Reg. 6 wks.
old. $35.00. Call before 5. Univ.
2746. (A- 164-st-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)
1,000 cc VINCENT BLACK SHA SHADOW,
DOW, SHADOW, series B. $550 or best
offer, 376-3086 or write P. O.
Box 14484, Gainesville, Florida,
32601. (A-10-10t-p)
FOR SALE: 1966 HONDA 450.
See to appreciate. 134 NW 15th
Terrace after 5 p.m. (A-161-
lOt-c)
ROTC MEMBERS Instant spit
shine in a can. Takes 10 seconds,
10$ per shine. Guaranteed. Price
$2.50. 378-6163 or 376-7776.
(A-9-st-c) s
1963 MOTOROLA TV. Need re repairs.
pairs. repairs. S2O or best offer. Call
376-0142 after sp.m. (A-9-3t-nc)
1965 HONDA 150 cc, must sellll
<5250. Call 372-7862. (A-9-lOt-c)

SAILING PRAM. 8' foot. Good
condition. Complete $65.00. Call
evenings, 372-7050. (A-9-3t-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)
FENDER CORONADO H Duel
Pick up guitar in hard case.
Two months old. Super Reverb,
200 watts, SIOO equity and take
up monthly payments of $23 per
month. Call 376-9791 after 5
p.m. (A-10-st-c)
1966 HONDA. 160 cc Scrambler.
Dunlay trials, Universal Rear
tire, 2 helmets, 1 Bell (never
used) 1 Buco Companion, new
paint. See to appreciate. 372-
6648 after 6 p.m. (A-11-st-c)
FOR SALE: Mobile Home
1966 Manatee 12 Wide. 2 bdrm bdrmexcellent
excellent bdrmexcellent condition, Completely
furnished. Small equity -- Take
up low monthly payments. Phone:
473-4501. (A-11-st-p)
FENDER JAZZ MASTER GUITAR
& Deluxe Reverb. Amp. Exc.
cond. $250 or best offer. Call
Geo. Harris, 372-9357, after five.
(A-1 l-st-c)
64 V.W., 30,000 miles, $975.00
cash (plus 2% sales tax) See at
Health Center. Call Mr. Grobe,
Ext (8) 5376. (A-11-5t- p)
FOR SALE: ALTO SAX in good
condition. $125.00. Used T.V.
antennas, TV scope, TV equip equipment
ment equipment 372-5278. (A-U-3t-c)
HONDA 250 SCRAMBLER. New
metallic paint, new seat, runs
perfect. $425.00. Call 372-5608.
(A-9-4t-c)

| for rent |
FOR RENT: In quiet residential
area. Maid service. Linens &
utilities included. Upperclass Upperclassman
man Upperclassman preferred. Call 376-7660.
(B-11-3t-c)
TRAILER SPACES for rent. Pine
Hurst Park, 3520 SW 24th Ave.
S3O per month. (B-11-st-c)
HAVING TROUBLE finding your
apartment?? Gator Town is now
available for renting. Call 378-
3457 or 378-1755 (B-161-10t-c)
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. (B-7-st-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)
60 x 12 ft. MOBILE HOME on
acre of ground, Newnan Lake.
2 bedroom, 2 bath, use of boat,
20 minute ride from campus.
372-5269 before 9 p.m. SIOO/
mo. (B-10-st-c)
AVAILABLE NOW: Large double
room. Suitable for two male stu students
dents students or business men. Including
kitchen and all utilities. $36.50
each. 231 SE Second St. (B-10-
lOt-c)
wanted
WANTED: Need a hard-top for
my 1960 Alpine. Call Mike Wayda
at 376-4152 after 6 p.m.
(C-11-st-c)
WANTED: A COPY OF Status,
Class, and Power--Social Strat Stratification
ification Stratification in Comparative Per Perspective".
spective". Perspective". Buy Dendix and lip lipset.
set. lipset. Call Univ. Ext. 2201, or
376-1798. (C-11-lt-c)
TWO MALE Roommates needed
For Two Bedroom House near
campus. $36/mo. each. Plus
utilities. Call Richard, 376-
7681. (C-11-3t-p)
TWO MALE ROOMMATES need needed
ed needed for Winter & Summer Quar Quarter.
ter. Quarter. Starlight Apt. Call 378-5726
now. (C-8-2t-c)
NEED MALE ROOMMATE, $25
per month plus utilities. Call
378-1106; 1613 NW Second Ave.
; (c-ii-it-p),
FEMALE 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)

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Page 10

| wanted |
TWO MALE Roommates needed
for Winter & Summer Quarter.
Starley Apt. Call 378-5726 now.
(C-8-2t-c)
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)
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)
NEEDED COOK and general
housekeeper. Free Food, other
arrangements available, Call
Tom or Will, 372-6837. (C-10-
st-p)
WANTED: One female upper upperclassman
classman upperclassman or grad, to share one
bedroom Univ. Gardens Apt. Rent
S6O per mo. Call 378-6956. (C (C---165-3t-c)
--165-3t-c) (C---165-3t-c)
help wanted
ATTRACTIVE HOSTESS Six
nights weekly 5-8 p.m. SI.OO
per hour plus meal. Apply in per person
son person Larrys Wonderhouse, 14SW
First St. Downtown. (E-11-2t-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)
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-tf-nc)
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
Vacation, holidays and sick leave.
Other fringe benefits. Inquire
Personnel Director, Alachua
General Hospital, 912 SW 4th
Avenue. (E-160-lOt-c)
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)

help wanted
JERRYS RESTAURANT, NW 13th
Street. Now accepting applica applications
tions applications for waitresses, car hops,
and kitchen help. (E-160-10t-c)
situations
wanted
THREE MALE GRADUATE
students need a fourth roommate
for their Village Park Apartment.
Must be a graduate student or a
serious upperclassman. (F-ll (F-lllt-p)
lt-p) (F-lllt-p)
BASS PLAYER desires to work
with Band. Prefer Rhythm and
Blues and Rock. 372-7937. (F (F---162-10t-c)
--162-10t-c) (F---162-10t-c)
autos
VW 1967 Sedan, like new, air
conldtioned, 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)
1953 OLDSMOBILE in very good
shape. See Terry at Campus Am American,
erican, American, 1255 West University
Avenue. Across from Ramada
Inn. (G-8-st-c)
1960 DODGE 2 DOOR hardtop,
very clean. V-8, PS, R& B,
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
_ s
black interior. Very clean. Call
Jim Acker at 376-9420 after
6:30 p.m. (G-9- 3t-p)
CORVETTE, 64, 327 cu. in.,
4-speed, Exc. mech. cond. Call
after 5 p.m. 378-8260. (G-11-
3t-nc)
DODGE 66 POLARA WAGON
Air conditioned, Power steering,
Power disc brades, 440 cu. in.,
heavy duty components Call 372-
3455. (G-8-st-c)
PONTIAC TEMPEST 1962 Sta Station
tion Station Wagon. Very good condition,
radio heater. Call Dr. R. P.
Gupta, ext. 3421 or 376-5601.
(G-10- 2t-p)
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)
Ih.W. UHb Sl 37ZW23|
Open At 7:00
Main Feature 9:25
THE SHATTERING TRUE STORY
"a of the hells angels
At 7:45 In Color
I "MASTER OF TERROR"

j autos
61 VWBUS-DELUCE6S Engine.
Good Shape inside & out. Better
than 20 m.p.g. $695.00. Call
372-2787. 1217 SW 11 Ave.
(G- 11-st-p)
A VERY UNIQUE SPRITE
Custom Built body 22 coats,
hand rubbed 2tops pirrellis
-- AM-FM, new H-modified eng engine.
ine. engine. New interior. Will raggle
serious party. 378-4477. (G-10-
st-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
SPEND THE AFTERNOON water
skiing. Call 372-1760 for rates
and information. (J-9-2t-c)
HAY RIDES!! Accomodations for
large groups. Stero music.
Cooler and country road. For
reservations, call The Hay wa wagon
gon wagon 378-2162 after 5 p.m. week- ~
days. (J-164- 10t- HAVE A CONVERTIBLE with
high-powered motor, auto, trans.
and interested in driving a float
in Homecoming Parade. 372-
6507. (J-11-lt-p)
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)
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services continued
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Monday, October 9, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

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)

Hon to tell tlte Good Guys
front the Gad Guys.
Its easy, good guys give quality service. When
it comes to flight instruction, our ]>ersonal con concern
cern concern with each student is what counts. Our
approved school meets rigid standards that insure
you the highest quality instruction available. More Moreover,
over, Moreover, were concerned about your budget. Just iss
will put you in the pilots seat. Call 376-5326
for your appointment. Ask those who fly the/four
V winds who the good guys are.
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Beginning October 16, 1967, All Classified
Advertising Will Have To Be Paid In Advance

ATTENTION: Scuba Divers.
Get quick fills with higtvly
filtered air in refrigerated
tank. At Merritt Enterprises.
711 N.W, 16th Ave. 376-2145.
(M-7-st-c)

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ASTUaOUS?
If you are, the Bell System needs you. We can also use
graduates who are percipient, perspicacious, sapient .
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. Theyll be interviewing
here on campus October 9, 10, 11, 12.
The following companies will be represented:
SOUTHERN BELL WESTERN ELECTRIC CO.
Business Operations, Manufacturing, Engineering
Management and Management
and Engineering
LONG LINES DEPT.
BELL TELEPHONE \ &
LABORATORIES Business Operations,
Research and Development Management and Engineering
SANDIA CORPORATION R P || Cucfpm
Research and Development uyoiCIH
The last thing
Frank expected was
someone running
the stop sign.
The very last thing.
Stop signs dont stop cars. Drivers stop cars. Make sure
you do and make sure he has. Theres very little satisfaction
in being dead right when youre dead:
Wherever, whenever you drive .
drive defensively. Watch out for the
other guy. He may be the kind wholl
stop at nothing.
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Page 12

Orange and

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

Monday, October 9
Student Chapter for the Council
of Exceptional Children: meet meeting,
ing, meeting, 101 NRN, 3:30 p.m. New
members in the helping pro professions
fessions professions are welcome.
Fla. Players: meeting, Union
Theater, 6 p.m. Election of
Officers.
Program Office: dance lessons,
Union 150 C, 7 p.m.
IEEE: meeting, S-310 New El Electrical
ectrical Electrical Engineering Bldg.,
7:30 p.m. All students are in-

Administrative Notices

RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS: Ap Applications
plications Applications for Rhodes Scholar Scholarships
ships Scholarships should be submitted to
Prof. A. A. Murphree, 202 And Anderson
erson Anderson Hall, BEFORE Oct. 20.
Applicants must be male citizens
of at least junior standing be between
tween between 18 and 24 as of Oct.
1, 1967.
FULBRIGHT GRANTS: U. S.
government grants under the Ful Fulbright
bright- Fulbright Hayes Act for graduate
study abroad (1968-69) are com competitively
petitively competitively awarded to graduating
seniors and graduate students
currently enrolled. Information
and applications may be obtained
from G. A. Farris, campus Ful Fulbright
bright Fulbright adviser, at International
Center south of Walker Audi Auditorium.
torium. Auditorium. Applications are due by
Oct. 25.

FEYNMAN FILM: Probabil Probability
ity Probability and Uncertainty: THE Quan Quantum
tum Quantum Mechanical View of Nature,
will be shown Thursday, Oct.
12 at 3:35 p.m. (Bth period)
in Bless Auditorium. Anyone in interested
terested interested in science is welcome.
Required for CY 600 students.
REAL ESTATE AND URBAN
LAND STUDIES SOCIETY: Anor Anorganizational
ganizational Anorganizational meeting of the Real
Estate and Urban Land Studies
Society will be held Monday,
Oct. 9 at 7:30 p.m. in Room 357
of the Reitz Union. Anyone in interested
terested interested is welcome.

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vited to attend.
Fla. Players: production meeting
for "Twelfth Night," Union
Theater, 7:30 p.m. All students
are invited to attend.
Dairy Science Club: meeting, 201
Dairy Science Bldg., 7:30 p.m.
All interested students invited.
Society of Automotive Engineers:
MEETING, MEB, 7:30 p.m.
A racing film will be shown.
Tuesday, October 10
Tuesday Evening Supper Club:

CREDIT UNION: The Super Supervisory
visory Supervisory Committee of the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Florida Campus Federal
Credit Union has just completed
a 100 per cent account verifi verification
cation verification as of Sept. 30, 1967, of
all members accounts. If you
do not receive your statement
of account, or if any discrep discrepancies
ancies discrepancies are noted, please con contact
tact contact the Supervisory Committee,
P. O. Box 1017, Gainesville,
Florida, 32601.
ATTENTION STUDENTS: In
order to participate or hold an
office in an extracurricular ac activity,
tivity, activity, a student must be in sat satisfactory
isfactory satisfactory academic standing and
free of disciplinary or scholas scholastic
tic scholastic probation. He or she must
also be classified as a full fulltime
time fulltime student enrolled for a min minimum
imum minimum of 12 hours.

Gene i*n I Not i cos

FACULTY CLUB: Reserva Reservations
tions Reservations for the Oct. 14 dinner dinnerdance
dance dinnerdance in Reitz Union must be
made before Oct. 12. Call in
reservations to one of these per persons:
sons: persons: Mrs. Louise Harris, Ext.
2753; Mrs. Lucille Below, Ext.
2345; Mrs. Judith Sher, Ext.
2263, and Mrs. Hazel Rayes,
Ext. 2019. The first event of the
season, the dinner-dance begins
at 6 p.m. with a social hour
to welcome newcomers, with the
dinner at 7 p.m. and dancing
beginning at 8:30 p.m.-

BLUB BULLETIN

Campus Calendar

social hour and dinner Hol Holiday
iday Holiday Inn, 6:30 p.m. All those
single and over 21 invited.
Scabbard and Blade: smoker, 109
Mil., 7 p.m.
Program Office: bridge lessons,
Union 150 B, 7 p.m.
Delta Sigma Pi: chapter meeting,
355 Union, 7:30 p.m.
Alpha Epsilon Delta: panel dis discussion,
cussion, discussion, "The Preparation for
Dentistry and Medicine, "M "M---601
--601 "M---601 MSB, 7:30 p.m. All pre premed
med premed and pre-dental students
are invited.

FORTRAN IV COURSE: The
Fortran IV Course will be held
on Wednesday evenings from 7:30
to 9:30 p.m. starting Oct. 11
and continuing through Nov. 29,
in McCarthy Hall, Room 2. This
is a non-credit course and is
open to students, faculty and any anyone
one anyone interested in computer oper operation.
ation. operation. The only cost to students
and faculty members will be the
necessary text book, manual and
supplies. For additional informa information,
tion, information, contact Computing Center,
telephone 376-3261, ext. 3346.
CHANGE OF TELEPHONE
NUMBERS: The Graduate School
Office (235 Tigert) telephone
numbers have been changed to
extension 3321, 3322, 3323 and
3324.

UNION BOARD COMMITTEE
CHAIRMEN: Students interested
in applying for Union Board com committee
mittee committee chairman positions can
pick up application in the Reitz
Union, room 310. Interviews for
public relations chairman, fine
arts chairman and Orange and
Blue chairman will be held Oct.
16. Students interested in work working
ing working on the following committees
may apply in room 310, Reitz
Union: fine arts, public relations,
forums, films, recreation, host hostess,
ess, hostess, special projects and dance.

ADDRESS ALL ADMINISTRATIVE NOTICES AND GENERAL
NOTICES TO DIVISION OF INFORMATION .. SERVICES

Law Dames: monthly meeting,
121 Union, 8 p.m. Program will
include a tour of the Union
Bldg.
Bent Card Coffee House: aud auditions,
itions, auditions, 1826 W. Univ. Ave.,
8 p.m. Talent wanted, come by
or call Bob, 372-9663.
Music Dept. Concert: Carolyn
Troupin, pianist, Univ. Aud.,
8:15 p.m.
Wednesday, October 11
UNION MOVIE "Madame Bov Bovary"
ary" Bovary" Union Aud., 7& 9 p.m.

Students must be registered
with the Placement Service to
interview. Sign-up sheets are
posted two weeks in advance of
the interview date at J. Wayne
Reitz Union, Room 22. All com companies
panies companies will be recruiting for Dec.,
Mar., June, and Aug. graduates
unless indicated otherwise.
OCT. 9: W. R. GRACE & COM COMPANY,
PANY, COMPANY, Agr. Products Division,
Bartow, Fla. All Engineering de degrees.
grees. degrees. Dec & March grads.
OCT. 9: U. S. TREASURY
DEPT., INTERNAL REVENUE
SERVICE, Jacksonville, Fla.
Bus. Ad., Acct., Law. Dec. &
Mar. grads. Must be U. S. cit citizen.
izen. citizen.
OCT. 9: THE CHESAPEAKE
CORP., West Point, Va. CE, EE,
IE, ME, Acct.
OCT. 9: STONEROCK, HOL HOLLINGSWORTH
LINGSWORTH HOLLINGSWORTH & SIMONET, Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, Fla. Acct.
OCT. 9: BENDIX-AVIONICS
DIVISION, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
EE, April grads.
OCT. 9: POTTER, BOWER &
COMPANY, Orlando, Fla. Acct.
OCT. 9; U. S. NAVAL OCEAN OCEANOGRAPHIC
OGRAPHIC OCEANOGRAPHIC OFFICE, Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D. C. CE, ME, EE.
OCT. 9: COMBUSTION EN ENGINEERING,
GINEERING, ENGINEERING, INC., Chattanooga,
Tenn. Met. E, ME, CE, IE, Eng.
Mech. Must be U. S. citizen.
OCT. 9: FMC CORPORATION,
New York, N. Y. Che, ME, IE.
OCT. 9: GEIGY CHEMICALS,
Mclntosh, Ala. Chem., Che. Must
be U. S. citizen. Also juniors
for summer employment.

PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS

Business Administration Dames:
get acquainted, 910 NW 37th
Drive, 8 p.m. Meet at Cen Century
tury Century Tower at 7:30p.m., please
bring Thanksgiving Basket
donations.
AIA Film Series: Visit to Pic Picasso,
asso, Picasso, and The Buddha, 105
AFA, 7:30 p.m.
FLORIDA UNION BOX OFFICE:
Tickets for the Faculty Club
Dinner-Dance, October 14, go
on sale Monday, October 9
at the Information Desk on the
First Floor of the Union.

OCT. 9: FACTORY MUTUAL,
ENG. CORP., Norwood, Mass.
EE ME, Che, CE, Chem., P*
OCT. 9: THE BELL SYSTEM,
Jacksonville, Fla. Group meet meeting
ing meeting at 5:00 p.m. Reitz Union.
OCT. 9, 10: REYNOLDS ME METALS
TALS METALS COMPANY, Richmond, Va.
Che, ME, EE, IE, MetE. Must
be U. S. citizen.
v OCT. 9: RALSTON PURINA
COMPANY, St. Louis, Mo.
OCT. 9: W. T. GRANT, At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Ga.
OCT. 9, 10, 11, 12: THEBELL
SYSTEM, Jacksonville, Fla.
Math, Ps, Eng. Must be U. S.
citizen.
OCT. 11, 12": "CENTRAL IN INTELLIGENCE
TELLIGENCE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, Atlan Atlanta
ta Atlanta Ga. Must be U. S. citizen.
OCT. 12: GEORGIA POWER
COMPANY, Atlanta, Ga. EE, IE,
ME.
OCT. 12: TRAVELERS INSUR INSURANCE
ANCE INSURANCE COMPANY, Jacksonville,
Fla. Any major. Must be U.S.
citizen.
OCT. 12: DEERING-MILIKEN,
Spartenburg, S.C. Chem., C-hE,
ME. Must be U.S. citizen.
OCT. 12: SMITH-BRALEY &
JOHNSON, TAMPA, Fla. Acct.
OCT. 12, 13: LOCKHEED LOCKHEEDGEORGIA,
GEORGIA, LOCKHEEDGEORGIA, Atlanta, Ga. AE, CE,
ME, Met.E.. Eng.Mech.
OCT. 12, 13: THE DOW CHEM CHEMICAL
ICAL CHEMICAL COMPANY, Plaquemine,
La. Che, ME, EE,CE,IE,Chem.,
Bus.Ad

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LYCEUM COUNCIL SHOW

A Very Funny Evening

By SAND DRECHSLER
Alligator Reviewer
The Brothers Four got the
evenings entertainment off with
a bang. The crowd was extremely
enthusiasticright from the begin beginning,
ning, beginning, and their enjoyment cre crecendoed
cendoed crecendoed steadily until the last
song was sung.
The four fraternity brothers
opened their routine with Its
a Time to be Leaving, and ran
the full gamut of types of folk folksongs.
songs. folksongs. They displayed beautiful
harmony with Changes* and
seemed to really enjoy them themselves
selves themselves as they sang Tie Me
Kangaroo Down.
LSD was the subject of one song
set to the music of Yesterday.
The homemade lyrics were
absolutely hilarious. Another
song of particular interest was
The Three-toed Brattypuss or
The Sloth. Since theywerent
able to get their bar put up in time
for them to perform this song
hanging upside-down, they tried
to convince the audience that they
ought to stand on their heads
for the effect, you know.
Dick did a pantomine of the
sloth while Bob, the bass player,
put the craziest words into his
mouth. You would have sworn
that the sloth was actually telling
you of all that he would do if
he didnt need so much rest.
The four brothers kept their
act moving and varied by use of
dialogue and monologue with
interruptions, and such jokes as
We thought this was a benefit,
and all the proceeds were going
toward making up care packages
for LSU swept the audience
with a tide of laughter.
For their encore (and I think
if the audience had its way there
would have been more than one)
they sang Try to Remember
and Give Me that Wine. At
this point everyone seemed to
be just warming up audience
and entertainers.
The second half of the program
was also very good, but I think
that many in the audience were
disappointed. Opening, by look looking
ing looking at the palms surrounding the
platform-stage, Allen said, Oh,
a memorial to Gov. Kirks educa education
tion education program, got them off to a
great start. However, many of
their jokes were ho,hum funny
rather than ha, ha funny.
A lot of fun came from Allens
pantomines during Rossis mono monologues.
logues. monologues. For instance, while Rossi
was talking on a very serious
note, Allen was carrying cards
around reading such things as
Dont sit on the grass, Smoke
it and Come alive Youre
in the banana generation.
When Rossi sand Funny
Clown in that superb voice of
his, Allen pantomined the clown,
and the effect was quite good.
Another routine they did was
the question answer bit. Rossi
would ask Allen, who is trying
for the World Heavyweight Box Boxing
ing Boxing title, Have you ever fought
against Cassius Clay? And Allen
answered, Yea, and I scared
hell out of that Muslem. I walked
into the ring wearing a sheet.
The Brothers Four, I found in
a short interview with them, are
quite a diversified group. They
met in 1956 during their fresh freshman
man freshman year. They spent all four
years in the fraternity together
despite their varied majors, with
Dick in engineering, Mike-- pre premed,
med, premed, Bob in journalism and com communications
munications communications and Johnpre-law,
it s easy to see that it was their
musical interests that keep fherr,
together as it has for their eight
professional years together.
They are all married and
sometimes carry their wives with
them when they go someplace

exciting like Hawaii.
They like to perform before
college audiences better than
night clubs because there are
fewer distractions and there is
much more enthisiasm dis dis\
\ dis\
played.

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I like alligators better than
crocidiles because theyre
cuter, said one. Besides, Ive
never heard of crocidile shoes,
chimed in another. But with the
fun just beginning I had to cut
my interview short since they
were in a bit of a hurry to get
to the fraternity house.
Allen & Rossi were of the same
opinion as the Brothers Four
about college audiences. They
consider this type of audience
better because night club goers
dont really go to be entertained
like college students. However,

Astronomers,
salesmen, designers,
programmers,chemists,
psychologists,writers,
sociologists,economists,
metallurgists, artists,
accountants,physicists,
mathematicians,
etc, etc, etc.
That s what.
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General Electric is made up of a lot more than just
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fact, it takes people with just about every kind of
training. But, more than any of this, it takes people

they said that they did the same
routine for this program as they
would do for a night club act.
When asked whether it is less
of a problem to be together ra rather
ther rather than acting individually, they
felt it was. They likened it to

a two man concert. They can do
every kind of comedy when there
are two of them -- sing, dance,
pantomines and jokes. T.V. per performances
formances performances dont stand as high in
their eyes as live audiences sim simply
ply simply because they cant get the
variety into TV that they can in into
to into other routines.
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Monday, October 9, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

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ay JAINE STETCHEK I
Feature Correspondent |
How would you like to tell people where to go and be paid while
doing it?
Mrs. Bennie Brabham has such a job. Shes UFs unofficial
director of directions.
Her office is the information booth at the main campus entrance
near Tigert. And she has about 200 callers on an average day.
Few people in Tigert Hall can match my record, she joked.
Foreign students unable to understand English pose some pro problems
blems problems for the lady with the answers.
They cant understand me and f canT Understand them, she
said.
Although Mrs. Brabhams job involves only the UF campus she
is often asked the locations of dress shops, banks and doctors.
A normal day for Mrs. Brabham includes issuing driving permits
for visitors, answering phone calls and giving all sorts of direc*-
tions.
She says that the most popular places on campus are Tigert Hall,
the Medical Center and Florida Field. At least these are the places
shes most often asked about.
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1, The Florida Alligator, Monday, October 9, 1967

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Stokley, LSU Bomb Gators, 37-6

By PAUL KAPLAN
Assistant Sports Editor
For the third straight week
the Florida Gators failed to score
a touchdown in the first half
of play, but for the first time
a team took advantage of the
deficiency, as Louisiana State
University built up a 16-0 half halftime
time halftime lead and then coasted to a
convincing 37-6 win over the
Gators Saturday at Florida Field.
Riding the timely arm and ev evasive
asive evasive legs of quarterback Nel Nelson
son Nelson Stokley, the undefeated Ben Bengal
gal Bengal Tigers consistently took ad advantage
vantage advantage of untimely Gator mis mistakes,
takes, mistakes, by seizing every oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity and turning it into a score.
Larry Smiths diving catch of
a 29-yard touchdown aerial from
Jackie Eckdahl with only five
minutes left in the game was UFs
only minute of glory in the one onesided
sided onesided contest.
The Gators, obviously sur surprised
prised surprised by the strong LSU def defense
ense defense which was ranked an un unenviable
enviable unenviable ninth in the SEC in
rushing defense, turned to the air
when their strong ground game
proved ineffective, and that too,
was stopped cold.
After both clubs exchanged
punts, a 13 yard pass interfer interference
ence interference call on UFs Tom Hunger Hungerbulber
bulber Hungerbulber and an 11-yard Stokely Stokelyto-Vornmie
to-Vornmie Stokelyto-Vornmie Morel pass com completion
pletion completion set up the first of three
Roy Hurd field goals from 43
yards.
Florida took the LSU kick
oif and in four plays were 23
yards away from pay-dirt. The
big play was Larry Rentzs grab
of a 27 yard pass from Eckdahl.
A five yard illegal procedure
penalty and a wide field goal
attempt by Bobby Downs ended
for Florida what was to be their
only scoring threat of the entire
first half. But LSU was just get getting

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ting getting started.
The Gators second mistake of
the day was the big one. After
LSU was stymied, Eddie Ray, the
Secs leading punter, booted one
out of bounds on the UF one foot
line.
On second down, fullback
Graham McKeel fumbled and lit little
tle little Sammy Grezaffi, who was all
over the field all day long, re recovered
covered recovered for LSU on the Gator
10-yard line.
With 2:17 remaining in the first
quarter, Stokely scampered nine
yards around right end for his
first of two touchdown runs and
the Tigers held a 10-0 lead.
From there it was all down downhill.
hill. downhill.

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Mistake number three, a 17-
yard pass interference call on
Paul Maliska, led to Hurds sec second
ond second field goal this one from
32 yards out and a 13-0 LSU
lead.
On this drive, the Tigers clear clearly
ly clearly demonstrated their ball-con ball-control
trol ball-control tactics. Three pass comple completions
tions completions sandwiched around the pow powerful
erful powerful running of fullback Eddie
Ray and tailback Glenn Smith
literally ate up the clock.
In the first half, LSU controlled
the ball an astounding two-thirds
of thp time as they ran 59 plays
to UFs 31.
Before the half an 18 -yard
run by Allen Lelanc and another
Stokely-to-Morel pass, this one

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for 13 yards, led to Hurds third
straight field goal, as his 37-yard
kick made the score 16-0.
With five seconds remaining
in the half, Eckdahl uncorked a
long pass to tight end Jim Yar Yarbrough.
brough. Yarbrough. The giant stuck one great
paw up, batted the ball around,
and make a circus catch for a 40-
yard completion, but time ran
out before the Gators could re regroup.
group. regroup.
Florida could not move after
the second-half kickoff, andw'hen
LSU took Rentzs punt, Stokleys
initiated the crowning blow.
With the ball on the 50, he
took the snap and headed for the
right sidelines. Two gator line linemen
men linemen nearly missed trapping hint

behind the line, but he picked up
a block, and then threaded his
way down the sidelines following
his blockers beautifully, and dove
into the end zone for his second
score of the game.
Hurds third of four conver conversions
sions conversions was good and the game was
all but officially over. The strong strongfooted
footed strongfooted kicker, whose three field
goals in one game was an LSU
record, ended the day with
13 points to his credit.
With only three minutes gone
in the second half, Tiger Head
Coach Charlie McClendon rem removed
oved removed the injury-prone Stokley
from the game. The Tiger air
attack was curbed, but their scor scoring
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Monday, October 9, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

McClendon:We Didnt Make A Mistake

By DICK DENNIS
Alligator Sports Writer
Charlie McClendon bubbled over with talk of ex explosion
plosion explosion and execution after a massacre on a hot
Saturday afternoon.
We simply exploded and the momentum was with
us. We didnt try to up the total, it just happened,*
said the Louisiana State head coach.
A winner over Florida for the first time in four
years,LSU capitalized on numerous Gator mistakes.
Os course, the majority of the breaks went our
way, McClendon began, but, did we make a
mistake? No, we had no fumbles, crucial penalties,
or passes intercepted. We made points on Floridas
mistakes.

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ST. LOUIS (UPI)
pulled the trigger and Roger
Maris cut loose with both barrels
as the St. Louis Cardinals riddled
the lifeless Boston Red Sox for
four first-inning runs Sunday and
coasted to a 6-0 victory in the
fourth game of the World Series
behind Bob Gibsons five-hit pit pitching.
ching. pitching.
The Cards, easy triumph ex extended
tended extended their series lead to 3-1
and gave them a chance to wrap
up their second world champion championship
ship championship in four years Monday in
Busch Memorial Stadium.
Only three teams have ever
recovered from a 3-1 deficit
to win the series in the 63
previous fall classics.
Brock, as he had the day be before.
fore. before. started the carnage and
"beFobe"T>eleaguered Boston star starter
ter starter Jose Santiago could retire a
batter, the Red Sox found them themsel'ves
sel'ves themsel'ves down 2-0.
Brock, hitting a lusty .500
clip in the Series, beat out a
chopper to third base and while
Santiago had his mind on Brocks
distracting antics on first, Curt
Flood ripped a single to left.
It was all over for Boston
seconds later when Maris slashed
a double into the left field corner,
driving in both runs and driving
Santiago to tears.

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Two interceptions set up LSU scoring drives of
55 and 28 yards. Two costly pass interference
calls led to field goals by Tiger Roy Hurd. A first
quarter fumble on the UF 10-yard line gave LSU
its first touchdown.
Dont get me wrong, the happy coach countered.
Please believe me, Florida is a good, sound team,
as we are, using seven sophomore starters. The
Gators will come back, and their quarterback
(Jackie Eckdahl) made some fine plays for them.
LSUs game plan combined over-the-middle
thrusts by Jim Dousay and Eddie Ray with the
sprint-out option play of Stokley.
We tried to blast hard at the line of scrimage,

McClendon explained. It may not have looked
pretty, but I think we constantly had our backs
picking up 6-9 yards a carry, especially In the
third anh fourth auarters.
We began by punching through the middle of the
line. Then, wed fake to the fullback and cut to the
outside. We got real good downfield blocking today.
They called It the cushion defense (soft) last
year after Spurrier picked it apart so easily. This
time we double-covered their wide-outs (Richard
Trapp and Larry Rentz) and concentrated on stop stopping
ping stopping their running game inside.
Florida completed little more than a third (nine
of 26) of its passes, Trapp was blanked, and Smith
was held to 45 yards on nine carries.

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recently completed a vast oceanographic ore survey. We're
a major builder of giant water power and heavy industrial
equipment. We're starting to apply our nautical nuclear
know how to the fast expanding field of nuclear electric
power generation. Were completing competitive systems
designs for the Navys $1 billion plus LHA fleet concept.
Interested in an advanced degree or research? Were next
door to Virginia Associated Research Center with one of
the worlds largest synchrocyclotrons, offering advanced
study in high energy physics. Were close to Old Dominion
College and University of Virginia Extension Division, where
you can get credits for a master's degree, or take courses
in Microwave Theory, Solid State Electronics, Nuclear En Engineering
gineering Engineering and other advanced subjects. Ask about scholar
ships, tuition grants, study and research leaves to imple
ment these opportunities.
Ask, too, about.the pleasant living and lower living costs,
here in the heart of Virginia's historic-seaside vacation land,
with,.superb beaches, golf, fishipg, boating, hunting.
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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
Marion Vaughan
Tuesday, October 10
Hell be the Placement Office to answer questions, dis- f
, i cuss qualifications, take applications for fast action.
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Larry Smith was one of the few bright spots in the'Gator's
lackluster performance against L.S.U. Saturday at Florida Field.
Smith, a pre-season All-American pick based on an outstanding
Sophomore year, had been stymied by Illinois and Mississippi
State defenses which keyed on his every move. Larry averaged
five yards per carry, bulldozing his way for 45 yards in nine
carries. His reception of a29 yard pass from Jackie Eckdahl
provided the single Florida score of the afternoon. Head Coach
Ray Graves called Smith's catch one of the greatest I have ever
seen."
Linebacker David Mann was runner-up in the balloting. Other
hominees included Eckdahl, Defensive Back Paul Maliska and
Defensive End Brian Jetter.

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