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LEROY COLLINS
Spoke in th< Reitz Union Monday night u
For a report on the lormer *;ovtnior : s speech
see page 3.
IN COUNCIL ELECTIONS

Polling Places Set For
Dorms, Reitz Union

By FRED MCNEESE
Alligator Staff Writer
Joe Hilliard, secretary of the
interior, said polling places will
be set up at all campus living
areas and the Florida Union for
Thursdays legislative elections.
Hilliard said he was expecting
a large turnout for the fall elect elections.
ions. elections.
We do not expect long lines,
Hilliard added. We have tried to

Shepherd Calls
...
Special Session
Student Body President Charles Shepherd has called for several
special sessions of the legislative council to take up revision of the
student body constitution*
In a statement issued Tuesday Shepherd said he intends to call the
council into special sessions until the revision task is complete.
My feelings are that in this manner constitutional revision will
not interfere with the regular business of legislative council.
Shepherd emphasized the importance of constitutional revision here
at the universitv.
t r
Emphasis on students rights, confusion over the role and scope
of student government, the goal of a free and autonomous student
press -- all these are tied in varying degrees to the student body
constitution, Shepherd said.
If ever there was a time when party distinctions and personalities
il.ould be put aside, it is now, he added. The interests of stu stuuents
uents stuuents for years to come will be determined by the action the leg legislative
islative legislative council takds at this juncture.

The
Florida Alligator

put more voting machines in
places that usually have the heav heaviest
iest heaviest vote.
Hilliard said he was keeping
some of the machines in reserve
to use if any one area seemed
to be getting an unusually ltard
turnout.
All students must vote in the
area they live, Hilliard said.
All off-campus students will
vote at the Reitz Union.

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

Politics Charged By
Deposed Union Head

By JOK TOKCTIIA
*!l!L/ '-..f t-'caturr Ed'tOr
Bill Moore, chairman of the
Union Board Films Committee,
was informed Monday lie no long longer
er longer holds his position. He attrib attributed
uted attributed political maneuvering as
part of the reason for his dis dismissal.
missal. dismissal.
Robert Dawson, program dir director
ector director of the Union Board, said
Moore was dismissed because he
is presently not enrolled as a

Classes Remain
For HC Parade

For the first time in nearly
20 years, classes apparently will
not be dismissed early the Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Oct. 27, afternoon of Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming weekend. And the annual
Homecoming parade, gets under underway
way underway at 1 p.m. that day, which
may suffer.

Polls will open at 7:30 a.m.
and close at 6 p.m.
Hilliard said the student will
need his brown fee card and his
picture identification card when
he votes.
The student will present the
cards to voting assistants at the
polling place. He will then sign
his name which will be compared
to the signatures on the cards.
After identity verification, the
assistants will show the voter how howto
to howto operate the IBM voting mach machine.
ine. machine. The machines are similar
to ones used in the last elections.
Hilliard said eacti voter would
be given a maximum of two min minutes
utes minutes at the machine.
Besides choice of legislative
candidates, the ballot also pre presents
sents presents other controversial sub subjects
jects subjects to the voter.
Do you favoi retaining the
name Seminole for the UP year yearbook.
book. yearbook. If no, then vote lor one
of the following : Gator, Grange
and Blue, Saurian, Mulputta,
Palm and Pine.
Do you favor abolishing the
card section? If s he caid section
is abolished, do you favor keep keeping
ing keeping it in its present sot m or
revising the card section?
Vote for one of the following
candidates for homecoming
sweetheart: Carol Still, Patty
Bohannon, Janice Biewend.
Do you favor compulsory
ROTC? If no, do you favor vol voluntary
untary voluntary ROTC?
The ballot also asks the stu student
dent student if he is willing to pay five
dollars for a coliseum.

full-time student and. according
to the constitution for the Union
Board, he must be a student
in good standing."
Moore is presents taking a
quarter break, and will resume
his full-time standing ln.lauuai \.
Moore told Dawson at the be beginning
ginning beginning of this quarter that he
is not enrol led. Dawson acknow acknowledged
ledged acknowledged this fact. Dawson said he
did not act until now because
he "was awaiting official word
from Tigert." Tigert publishes a

Florida Blue Key s;i\s people
across the state have been not
ified of the time and it ts too
late to change the pi.ms tor the
parade.
The practice ol dismissing
classes for the annual parade had
been a tradition for Lit) years,
but apparently no steps had been
taken as of Tuesday to imple implement
ment implement it this year.
A memorandum, issued from
the office of Dr. Franklin Dotv,
dean of University College, de declared
clared declared that the University Cal Calendar
endar Calendar does not provide at pre present
sent present for suspension of classes
for Friday afternoon.
A rumor that administrators
planned to amend the calendar
to release classes for the after afternoon
noon afternoon of the parade was squelch squelched
ed squelched when Dotys office said that
the memorandum was still in ef effect
fect effect and the presidents office
said it knew of no pi ans-to change
the calendar.

Go-Go Dancer
Free Os VD

By STEVE KOBITAILLE
Alligator Staff /*
A topless Go-Go girl who
was arrested last week for run running'
ning' running' in the nude at University
Gardens Apartments has been
found to be free of venereal di disease,
sease, disease, the Student Health Center
announce 1 yesterday.
Examination and blood tests
performed at the Alachua County
Health Department revealed no
evidence of infection in the per performer.
former. performer.
Physicians at the Student
Health Service have found no ev evidence
idence evidence of infection as a result
of the entertainers visits, al although
though although a number of contacts have
been examined and tested.
W.J. Coggins, M.D., director
of Student Health Service, sta stated
ted stated that there appears to be lit little
tle little risk that the episode last week
will be the cause of venereal in insections

Inside
LEG COUNCIL
CANDIDATES LISTED
SEE PAGE 4

Wednesday, October 18. 1067

stat iHiok which contains the cur current
rent current enrollment status of stu students.
dents. students.
Hut Moore said that he and
other sources agree that his re removal
moval removal was partly political.
Moore said that a certain Union
Hoard official wants to become
: resident of the Ixvard. To do so
: needs the votes ol committee
chairmen -- one is me. So lie
would like very much to have his
friends installed as committee
chairmen."
Moore predicted who would
succeed him, but Dawson said
he doesnt know yet.
Moore said he. dot's not dis dispute
pute dispute tht* legality of Ins nunfn nunfnal
al nunfnal but rather the manner m
winch it was handled and the
real motive behind it.
For the last two weeks Ive
told Dawson and members of the
program office to sit down anil
discuss this problem -- to appoint
an interim chairman 1 would work
with to preserve continuity of the
film program, Moore said.
But 1 was never asked about
the problem, invited to talk about
it with anyone, and it was never
officially brought up in business
at Union Board meetings, he
added.
Moore said that for two weeks
I heard rumors from various
sources that 1 was going to be
removed or had been removed.
But I never received official
word.
So yesterday 1 asked Dawson
to let me know officially whether
he still considered me chair chairman.
man. chairman.
Dawson said the only reason
Moore was removed was his in ineligibility.
eligibility. ineligibility.
Dawson further told the Al Alligator
ligator Alligator that when Bill returns
(SEE 'POLITICS' PG. 2)

sections insections among the student body.
Ordinarily, in cases such as
this, persons who might have
Vp are tested immediately upon
suspicion of infection and again
three months Jater so that pos possible
sible possible incubation of the disease
can be checked too.
The 20-year-old-girl hadtried
to dance topless at four fra fraternity
ternity fraternity houses several weeks ago.
The social chairman of one
of the fraternities visited filed
an informal complaint with the
police department after she had
attempted to perform topless.
On September 24, ATO frater fraternity
nity fraternity was placed on probation when
the young performer was allowed
to perform at a pledge func function.
tion. function. This was in violation of an
IFC rule which says that no fe female
male female entertainers are allowed in
the houses during the rush func functions.
tions. functions.



Bulletin News

, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, October 18,1967

Page 2

State, National, International Newt

Kirk, FEA Farther Apart
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) Gov. Claude Kirk and represen representatives
tatives representatives of Floridas unhappy school teachers apparently could not
agree on a compromise settlement of Floridas worsening school
crisis Tuesday but spokesmen said this does not mean negotiations
have broken down.
While officials of the Florida Education Association, which re represents
presents represents a majority of the states 60,000 school teachers, and
Kirks aides talked in secret sessions, legislators and state school
superintendent Floyd Christian and his staff sat and waited.
2 Girls Start Fires
LOS ANGELES (UPI) -- Two 16-year-old high school girls ap apparently
parently apparently carried away by the excitement and danger of massive
brush fires in Southern California, have admitted setting a small
fire, authorities disclosed Tuesday.
At the same time, an all-points bulletin was issued for three
youths who were seen driving away from the scene of another fire
in neighboring Ventura County, scene of some 50,000 acres left
black and smoldering by the rash of brush fires.
Ford Negotiations Continue
DETROIT (UPI) Weary negotiators resumed bargaining Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Ford Motor Co. appeared close to granting the biggest
contract gains in the history of the auto industry labor pacts.
Walter P. Reuther led his united auto workers bargaining team
back into session with Ford less than eight hours after a marathon
17-hour session ended before dawn.
Ike In Hospital Again
ARLINGTON, Va. (UPI) Dwight D. Eisenhower was admitted
Tuesday to Walter Reed Army Medical Center for treatment of
a urinary tract disorder.
The hospital said the general was comfortable and his condi condition
tion condition is good.
Eisenhower, who celebrated his 77th birthday Saturday, was stric stricken
ken stricken at his Gettysburg, Pa. farm Monday and, on advice of his phys physician,
ician, physician, was flown to Walter Reed by helicopter. He was admitted at
3 p.m. Tuesday for what the hospital described as evaluation
of urinary tract symptoms.
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Politics Charged In Removal

next quarter he will take over
his position unless the Board
UF Trees
Threatened
By Building
UFs 2,500 trees are being
threatened by the current build building
ing building boom on campus.
Within the last 10 years 25
per cent of our tagged trees
have been destroyed, Dr. Dan Daniel
iel Daniel Ward, assistant professor in
the Department of Botany said
Tuesday.
Over 1,200 of UFs trees are
tagged with small steel plates
attached to the tree with nails.
The purpose of this tagging
Ward says, Is to provide a guide
to the some 149 tree species on
campus.
Ward said that many times
trees are destroyed needlessly
for building construction. He ci cited
ted cited the long leaf pines adjoining
the Graduate Research Library
as being destroyed needless needlessly.
ly. needlessly.
Some of these trees were o over
ver over 185 years old and could
have been saved, but nobody
cared, he said.
The problem lies with build building
ing building contractors who dont take
into full account the esthetic and
biological advantages of trees,
Ward added.
Another incident which angered
Ward happened during the build building
ing building of the new Union.
The largest Sweetbay in the
entire U.S. grew near the new
student Union. It was destroyed
unwittingly even though they grew
outside the specific construction
area, he said.

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cant operate with an interim
chairman.
Moore said that what Dawson
told the Alligator is not what
he told me.
I asked to return in Jan January,
uary, January, to continue to work with
the program (free of charge, un unofficially)
officially) unofficially) until an interim could
take over, then function as the
interims administrative as assistant.
sistant. assistant. But Dawson said I no
longer have any connection with
the Union Board.
So right now there is no chair chairman
man chairman of the Union Board Film
Committee.
Attendance and profits have
virtually doubled since Moore
took over as chairman of film

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Be a big number on campus .. ask for Bass jOflU
Weejunsmoccasins at your nearby college store
or shoe shop. Only Bass makes Weejuns.
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committee, according to Dawson
and other union sources.
Moore has served over two
years with the Union Board and
has obtained the most success successful
ful successful films brought to this campus.
Bob Boyd, president of the Flo Florida
rida Florida Cinema Society, said, Be Besides
sides Besides taking time to run the most
efficient part of the Union Board,
Bill Moc>re has greatly helped
the Cinema Society and other
film organizations with their act activities.
ivities. activities.
Moore estimated that, con considering
sidering considering the money it has to spend
and the availablitity of program programming
ming programming it has at this time, the
Union Board operates on less
than 10 per cent efficiency.



LEROY COLLINS SAID :
A Plan For Students
Will Help Education

Floridas education is in a very
serious condition with the answer
lying in a plan, not for the
teachers, governor or legisla legislature
ture legislature but for the students of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, according to former Gov Governor
ernor Governor Leroy Collins.
Collins, speaking Monday night
at the J. Wayne Reitz Union
said that elementary and high
schools are not providing su superior
perior superior quality education.
Inferior or average teachers,
poor or overcrowded facilities

Economic Department
Receives $46,000 Grant
UF Department of Economics in the College of Business Admin Administration
istration Administration has received a $46,000 grant to investigate municipal
water rate structure, according to Dr. Norman G. Keig, associate
professor of economics.
Bestowed by the U. S. Department of Interior, Keig added that the
grant will actually help determine how much should be paid for
water used for residential, industrial, commercial, and municipal
purposes.
The principal investigators for this project are Dr. Milton z.
Kafoglis, Dr. Charles W. Fristoe, Dr. Frederick O. Goddard and
Keig..
The grant has been assigned on a 15 month basis and results should
be completed by December 15, 1968.
YOUR
VOTE
COUNTS!
v
No Matter What Your Choice.
Cast YOUR VOTE THURSDAY
for:
Legislative Council
Homecoming Sweetheart
Referendums on Card Section,
i
ROTC, THE SEMINOLE, and
a New U.F. Coliseum
Keep Our Student Government Strong
Retain The TWO-PARTY System
VOTE FOR
UNITED

in too many places, were cited
as limitations hurting Florida ed education.
ucation. education. These facts have been
known for years by teachers,
by local school authorities, by
the State Superintendent and by
other educators. They have been
calling for help.
This help according to Collins
has not come from the state and
instead the burden of education
cost has been shifted to local
sources causing increased real
estate tax burdens.

Collins, governor of Florida
from 1955-61 and candidate for
the U. S. Senate next year, ex expressed
pressed expressed the belief that those
concerned with education are
willing to face the problem.
All that would seem to be
needed is the Governors will willingness
ingness willingness to serve as a catalyst,
bring the vital interests together
for the development of a plan
based upon what is right and not
who is right.
Commenting on Governor
Kirks long-range study of Flor Florida
ida Florida education, Collins said there
may be virtue in the develop development
ment development of a long-range program of
reform but the facts, upon which
such a program would be log logically
ically logically based, are well known even
now.
One of the main problems in
Florida education is a relatively
large number of educationally de deprived
prived deprived children.
These children, said Col Collins,
lins, Collins, have received little en encouragement
couragement encouragement to learn. They have
had no pre-school training, they
are not well equipped to enter
the first grade.

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Wednesday, October 18, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Coggins Statement 1
By W.J. COGGINS, M.D.
Director, Student Health Service
The self-styled Go-Go" girl who was entertaining various groups
in the area around the campus last week has been found to be free
of venereal disease.
Examination and blood tests performed at the Alachua County
Health Department revealed no evidence of infection in the heavily heavilytattooed
tattooed heavilytattooed performer.
Physicians at the Student Health Service have found no evidence
of infection as a result of the entertainers visits, although a num number
ber number of contacts have been examined and tested. The Director of
the Service has stated that there appears to be little risk that
the episode last week will be the cause of venereal infections among
the student body. Since the infection can spread only by intimate
contact, all students who had such contact should have a blood test
performed six to eight weeks later. In the meantime, contacts
who develop symptoms, unlikely though this may be, can be exa examined
mined examined individually. Penicillin, or other antibiotic therapy is not
recommended in this particular situation, since we have good rea reason
son reason to believe that the girl was not infected. The risk of adverse
drug reactions may be greater than the risk of infection in this case.

TFX Will Be Late

WASHINGTON (UPI) The Na Navy
vy Navy conceded Tuesday that the con controversial
troversial controversial TFX fighter will reach
the fleet late and then proba probably
bly probably will not meet original stan standards.
dards. standards. But a spokesman said It
was still the finest fleet air
defense system available.
Assistant Navy Secretary Ro Robert
bert Robert A. Frosch said the Navys
version of the plane, FIIIB,
will probably not meet all of
the initial specifications and
probably will not be operational
until 1970, a year later than
scheduled.

But he told the Electronics and
Aerospace Convention here that
the real question is whether it
meets military needs. He said
it represents the finest fleet
air defense system available in
the immediate future.
Critics of the Fill, called the
TFX in its planning stage, claim
it is an unsuccessful design put
together in a futile effort to build
a single airplane for all-purpose
use in both the Navy and Air
Force.

Page 3



Page 4

The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, October 18,1967

CAMPUS
EVENTS
IN FEELING A DRAFT: The
Student Peace Union will have
a teach-in today at 1:30 in the
Plaza of Americas. The Draft
and compulsory ROTC will be
among the topics discussed (or
vilified.)
IN GOOD JOHN'S EPIC: O. B.
Hardison will give a lecture en entitled
titled entitled Written Records and
Truths of Spirit in Paradise
Lost.' The lecture will be given
in the J. Wayne Reitz Union
Auditorium at 8 tonight.
IN DOWN-HOME DANCIN':
The Florida Folk Dancers will
rock out in a folksy sort of way
at 8 tonight on the Union Ter Terrace.
race. Terrace.
IN UNDERSTANDING THE
DARK CONTINENT: Dr. Hunt
Davis will speak on the topic
Emerging African Nations and
Their Role in the UN" at 7
in the evening tonight in Mc-
Carty Auditorium.
IN ELEPHANT!TIS: The UF
Young Republican Club will meet
in room 361 of the Reitz Union
at 8 p.m.
FOR THOSE WHO WOULD
LIKE TO CRAWL IN A HOLE:
The Florida Speleological (Cave (Caveexploring)
exploring) (Caveexploring) society will congre congregate
gate congregate in rooms 346 and 347 of the
Retiz Union at 7 tonight.
IN MEALS FOR MATHEMA MATHEMATICIANS:
TICIANS: MATHEMATICIANS: The Engineering so society
ciety society will have a banquet in ball ballroom
room ballroom A, rooms 243 and 244 of
the Union tonight at 6:45.
IN TODDLER TEACHERS:
There will be an Elementary Ed Education
ucation Education meeting in room 356 of
the Union at 11:30 a.m. today.
IN THE RULING CLASS: The
Florida Union Board of Managers
have a get-together in room 361
of the Reitz Union at 3:30 p.m.
today.
IN MEALS FOR MAUTZ: There
will be a luncheon for Dean Robert
Mautz in room Z 33 of the Union
at 12:15 today.
IN PERSONNEL SERVICE
DINNERS: There will be one in
room 150 D of the Union at
6:30 tonight.
FOR RAID"-HATERS: The
Entomological Club will lunch
together in room 150 D of the
Union at noon.

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FOR THURSDAY ELECTION
Council Candidates Listed

Sixty-four students have qual qualfied
fied qualfied to run for the vacant seats
in the Legislative Council elec elections
tions elections Thursday. The candidates
and the areas they are from are:
(U-United Party, F-First Party,
A-Apple Pie Party, I-Indepen I-Independent)
dent) I-Independent)
Broward:
Nancy Collier U, Marcia
Platte U, Jackie Ley F,
Joyce Miller F.
Corry:
John Parks I.
Diamond:
David Vosloh U.
Flavet:
Bob Smith U, Clarence Se Selin
lin Selin I.
Graham:
Gary Goodrich U, Greg John-

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The
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News Editor Sports Editor
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Support Needed

We are gratified to know
that student government is
backing the Alligator on the
Oct. 23 teach-in, period
three, for higher education.
We would now like to see
a formal resolution from
the AAUP backing the stu students
dents students in their drive.
It has been saiu before,
and it will be said again,
that Gov. Claude Kirk must
be shown that the univer universities
sities universities are concerned with
education. The teach-in is
necessary if this point is
to be made clear to the
governor.

The glorious powers that
be are at it again.
They are out to break
our axles.
You are probably famil familiar
iar familiar with the road that runs
past the Florida Union and
down on toward the J. Hillis
Miller Health Center.
It is a very nice road,
and except for the spot
about 150 feet past the in intersection
tersection intersection with Radio Road
on the hill toward the Health
Center it is a rather smooth
road.

The grand old man of
socialism, Norman Tho Thomas,
mas, Thomas, spoke here Tuesday
night in McCarty Auditor Auditorium
ium Auditorium
Norman Thomas is today
an internationally respec-.
ted individual even though
his six attempts at running
for the United States Pres Presidency
idency Presidency failed dismally.
Thomas is also tne only
true elder statesman the
American left has today,
This old gentleman, now nowin
in nowin his 82nd year, has earn earned
ed earned the high regard he has
in the eyes of most A Am
m Am ericans.

Lets Fill That Hole

A Grand Old Man

And, if this fails, if the
educational complex re remains
mains remains as insecure as it
is now, we will call upon
the students to walk out.
Again, and again, and
again, we have said that the
governor must make ed education
ucation education secure financially,
autonomous politically and
sound educationally.
A demonstration of con concern
cern concern is needed. The teach teachin
in teachin will be a good demon demonstration
stration demonstration of concern. But, if
it is not adequate, the stu student
dent student body must not fail to
go further.

But, oh that little spot.
Somebody went and dug a
hole, about 45 feet wide
and 15 feet deep. And, they
dug the hole in such away
as to leave a bump between
the spot where the hole was
filled in and the pavement.
And so, for all unsus unsuspecting
pecting unsuspecting drivers there is a
spot where one must slow
to a snails pace.
Lets stop fooling a around.
round. around. Lets fill in the
darned hole, now.

During the 19205, when
Thomas first became pro prominent
minent prominent in the United States,
he was regarded as an
extremist.
Today many of his ex extreme
treme extreme programs -- such
as social security -- are
part of our way of life.
Anyone who has ever
heard Thomas speak will
remember the experience
for a life-time.
Even in old age Norman
Thomas is -a stirring and
interesting speaker.
We wish this elder
statesman well and hope
he enjoyed his short stay
in Gainesville.

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EDITORS NOTEBOOK
Tripping Out
BY STEVE HULL

The word has gone out: Gainesville is
no place for the head".
Acidheads" lysergic acid diethyla diethylamine
mine diethylamine (LSD) users in hippie terminology
told this editor that it is next to im impossible
possible impossible to buy hallucinatory drugs on the
University of Florida Campus."
With all the newspaper articles its really
whetted my appetite", one girl said, but
I sure cant find anybody to sell me
any of the stuff.
Other UF students who claim to have
used LSD agree with the coed.
At one time it could be purchased,
but now you have to go many miles be before
fore before you can take a trip", he said.
A trip" means a period of hallucin hallucinations
ations hallucinations induced by a drug.
People who are supposed to know, say
that the usual price for LSD is $lO for
three trips. The form of the drug varies
sugar cubes, solution, capsules.
Theres too much risk", an alleged
LSD regular said. Nobody will sell it ..
but they might give you some.
He explained that there is no law a against
gainst against giving away LSD. As long as you
dont sell the acid yourre okay".
There are federal laws against possess possession
ion possession of marijuana and amphetamine drugs.
There is also a federal law against
selling or trafficking LSD, and a com committee
mittee committee in the Florida Legislature has stud studied
ied studied a proposal for legislation to control
all hallucinatory drug use in the state.

Beware a Wackenhut agent is watching
you on compus.
A look at the university budget shows
that $25,000 has been approbated to land landscape
scape landscape the new 5 million dollar union.
Theres just one hitch, according to union
Officials $250,000 is needed 10 do the job.
The sand may be with us for a long time.
* *
September was National Bourbon Month.
Did you celebrate?

But there is no law against possessing
LSD for your own use, your familys use,
or use on your pets.
A case comes to mind in the Federal
Court of Colorado where a youth was
Court of Colorado where a youth was
acquitted for having 2,500 units of LSD.
The court ruled even that the huge amount
was for the youths personal use.
According to a local detective LSD push pushers
ers pushers never admit being pushers;" he al always
ways always has a friend who might get you some,
the detective said.
One LSD case has been handled by Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville detectives in the past year. One stu student
dent student and three non-students were appre apprehended
hended apprehended at the now defunct beer tavern, the
Pub, for LSD possession.
Just because there have not been many
arrests for the use of LSD doesnt mean
that students arent tripping out, the
detective added.
A nippie in Gainesville (there are very
few) said that although they nad heard
a lot about a new drug called STP, they
had never heard of any place to buy any.
STP, named for a popular motor oil
additive in order to confuse the narcs
(narcotic agents), has been identified as
4-methyl 25 dimethoxy alpha methyl phen phenethylamine
ethylamine phenethylamine -a superhallucinogenic.
So it looks as if aspiring UF acidheads
will have to be content on grass and pills
until Gville begins to groove.

SHORT bTUFF

Work on the old folks home in the
heart of Sin City" is progressing as
scheduled. 16th Ave. residents may have
to calm down their hell raising in the
future.
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Gator fans. Ho Hum. Were used to a win winner,
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OPEN FORUM:
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"There is no hope for the complacent man

Alligator Has Missed Point
Concerning Kirk Ferguson

MR. EDITOR:
I hate to have to be the one
to report this but the Alligator,
in playing radical games, has
missed the point. Granted, we
are trying to stop political med meddling.
dling. meddling. Albeit Claude Kirk is play playing
ing playing dirty.
But the idea of defending Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson and the Board of Regents
against the governor is silly.
Things are not so easily reduced
to black-and-white. Consider
your recent editorial: Florida's
Regents (should) be given in increased
creased increased power and autonomy.
They must be allowed to work
free of the threat of guberna gubernatorial
torial gubernatorial disciplinary action." Two
questions, one on each sentence.
The first, Why?; the second,
How? Lets start with the latter.
How can we possibly expect the
governor to leave his hands off
the Board when it is His own
creation. The members are ap appointed
pointed appointed by the governor (albeit
in staggered terms) and are in
fact the eyes and ears of state
politics in the academic arena.
The Board must answer to the
governor as they were designed
to do; that is their function. The
Board is not academia's repre representative
sentative representative in state politics; it is
state politics representative in
academia. They reflect, the
members do, political interest
because they are embodiments
of political interest. Let this be
clear: The Board of Regents
is a political instrument in its
present form, not a spokesman
for the university, and must be
required to answer to state au authority,
thority, authority, i.e. the governor, be because
cause because it is so. The Boards very
existence, therefore, implies po political
litical political meddling. History has
shown its effectiveness this
area of endeavor, e.g. the KOTC
fiasco last year.
Why, then, do we want, could we
possibly want more power for
the Board? There is no such thing
as autonomy when speaking of the
Board; as we have seen that,
it is an arm of the political state
and to sever it from its body
would deprive it of life. But
power, does it have power to
begin with? Only in regard to the
university. What we ask for then
is a more powerful authority
to control our affairs. That is,
we call for more political med meddling.
dling. meddling. We are not satisfied.
Alpers Article
Deserves Praise
MR. EDITOR:
A note of praise and thanks thanksgiving
giving thanksgiving that we have such wonder wonderful
ful wonderful people stia in this wonderful
world.
Thanks for Harvey Alpers
"The Hippies Revenge".
FRANCES MENECEY
BETTY BROWN
C. FAIRCHILD
GAIL DAVIS

Enough for theory. Whats all
the noise about? It is very sim simple.
ple. simple. The Board and Ferguson are
at odds with Kirk because of a
fluke a political accident
resulting from Kirk's miscalcul miscalculations
ations miscalculations in attempting to load the
Board with Kirkies (also the hot hotseat
seat hotseat of the UF presidents of office).
fice). office).
This is not a conflict over a academic
cademic academic freedom or education
or anything so trivial: it is a
personal rivalry mistakenly
made public between one big
businessman-politician, Fergus Ferguson,
on, Ferguson, and another, Kirk.
Ferguson is fighting for Fer Ferguson,
guson, Ferguson, Kirk for Kirk. Nice. Nei Neither
ther Neither could care less with edu education
cation education or the university, plati platitudes
tudes platitudes aside. Fergusons boldness
is audacity; his mock bravery,
insubordination. If he gets his
fanny spanked, he deserves it and
it might well teach him a lesson.
But let it also teach us a les lesson.
son. lesson. The idea of playing the
Regents against the governor is
absurd. We must make it plain

Food Service Decline
Affects Many Here

MR. EDITOR:
In recent weeks I have become
increasingly aware and concern concerned
ed concerned at the declining quality of food
service in the campus cafeterias.
Dirty silverware, a poor attitude
among employees, and little vari variety
ety variety in the food from day to day
are a few outstanding faults.
While many students can eat off
campus, there is a large portion
of the student body, particularly
those who live in the Hume,
Graham, and Tolbert areas, that
is forced to eat a majority of its
meals in these University es establishments.
tablishments. establishments. A hardship is also
created for those hapless indi individuals
viduals individuals who subscribe to the
Meal Plan.

Library Policy Hit

MR. EDITOR:
Tonight I walked into the Grad Graduate
uate Graduate Library intending to do some
intensive research on Chaucer
for an important paper due next
week. Needless to say, I was
furious when I was informed
that only graduate students are
now permitted to study there.
I can understand that the li library
brary library cannot accommodate an
undergraduates but surely up upper
per upper division students who need to
have access to certain materials
available only in the Graduate
Library should be allowed to en enter
ter enter and work! Instead, I was
issued a pass" allowing me
to spend a hurried few minutes
in the stacks. I rushed out of

as day that we are interested
in autonomy, not for the Board
of Regents, Chester Ferguson,
Kirk, or any other instruments
or agents of political meddling,
but for the University of Florida.
If there must be a Board of
Regents, let it be one appointed
by the universities to represent
their interests, their needs, and
tell it to the governor and legis legislature.
lature. legislature. Let the governor have
his committees, all the commit committees
tees committees he wants, to tell him what
he wants to hear. But we must
be sure that he hears also what
he doesnt want to hear. Until
the time comes when we have
this legitimate representation we
must make sure Kirk and the
others' ears ring from our
clamor.
If there is a boycott in protest
of our impotence, our self-ac self-acknowledged
knowledged self-acknowledged inability to effect
positive change through the
Board. If there is a boycott in
protest of political interference
in our affairs in any form what whatsoever
soever whatsoever then Im all for it and
for as many days as it takes
to gain response. But, if, as you
propose, it means in any way
supporting the Board of Regents
or Ferguson, count me out. Count
me out because youve got it
all wrong.
DAVID NOBLE 7AS

Perhaps the source of the prob problem
lem problem lies in the hands of the
Administration, and not in the
cafeterias themselves. For
someone has apparently granted
a monopolistic franchise to Ser Servamation,
vamation, Servamation, Inc, better known as
the University Food Service.
Quite obviously, this is not a
stimulus for improvement, nor
is it a realistic approach to the
necessity of feeding 19,000 stu students.
dents. students. It is my hope that the per persons
sons persons in charge of this operation
will heed the warnings and sug suggestions
gestions suggestions from students like my myself,
self, myself, and can begin improving
this undesirable situation.
CALVIN H. SISTRUNK, lUC

there with four books on Chaucer,
none of which I had the time to
look through. There were many
others that appeared pertinent
to my work, but because of this
new ruling, it was impossible
to stay and take notes on them.
If the Graduate Library insists
on admitting only graduates, I
suggest that all books necessary
for undergraduate junior and se senior
nior senior course study be removed and
placed where we are welcome to
use them. A more feasible sug suggestion
gestion suggestion is to remove this absurd
ruling and open the library to
all j.vho need its resources resourcesupper
upper resourcesupper envision students as well
as graduates!
ROCHELLE LERNER 4AS

Wednesday, October 18, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

IT'S RIDICULOUS
Checkbook
Confusion
BY JOHN keasler
The system of writing checks and having people give you money
for them is obviously ridiculous.
I am glad this custom is being exposed. The way it is being
exposed, if only partially, is a new thing brought on by giant com computers.
puters. computers.
Giant computers are seemingly everywhere and now they have
nosed into the check-writing illusion, or syndrome. Just the other
day I went down to the store and was launching into the ordeal
of trying to write a check.
I had, of course, forgotten my checkbook and asked the man
for a counter check.
I can't do that/ he said.
I looked at him with new respect.
Good," I sighed. Goodbye."
No, no, he said. I dont mean I won't take your check. Its
just the new system. You have to have your own check."
Attempting to contain my disillusion and solely out of a natural
courtesy I asked him why and he explained it as the new system.
It has something to do with numbers at the bottom, and computers
at the bank, or wherever they send the checks.
So," he said, as I leaned against the wall napping, you will
have to have your own check."
Actually, I hadnt been too overwrought with thrills about get getting
ting getting a large box of detergent and some dogfood, and frozen broc broccoli,
coli, broccoli, in the first placethe second he said I couldn't write a check
he had, but he had known it, made a friend for life.
Unhappily, he qualified his statement and, taking the check,
pointed out this practice would be frowned upon hereafter.
I have been bent, folded and mutilated by the entire concept
of checking for so long that my thoughts about the machines were
not kind ones.
I only beat the system once. It took two banks, a red one and
a green one, to do it. I had been married a short while. My wife
is a reporter also. This means a functual illiterate, when it comes
to adding. Or, in my case, subtracting.
We embarked upon the sea of matrimony with the usual huz huzzahs
zahs huzzahs ringing in our ears. Thus deafened, I went to the bank and
opened my very own checking account.
They gave me a nice checkbook and an umbrella. That puzzled
me then and it puzzles me now.
Oh boy!" I said to my wife. Note how you can write a check
and pay bills! What will they think of next? Isn't this handy?"
Yes, yes," she said, eyes aglow.
We were quite aware of our financial situationpovertyand
had no delusions of grandeur. In fact, she was writing ads for
a department store near the doctors office, to save bus fare.
And each payday I would go over to the bankwith the red
checkbooksand dutifully deposit my earnings.
Soon by meticulous calculation and watching my every move
I was hopelessly lost. We had no idea what, if anything, we had
in the bank. We had opened a joint account. We both meant well.
It didnt count. I could take the overdrafts. It v s the week I had
more money in the bank than I thought that finally got me.
Letters to the editor should he limited
to 300 words All letters must he signed;
however, upon request, the writers name
can he withheld Correspondence will be
subject to standard editing procedures so
that it complies with space limitations.
Prescription For The
Gant Shirt Mentality

MR. EDITOR:
It looks li';e our 100% Amer Americans
icans Americans on this campus are once
again engaging in their sporadic
protest against hippies" and
protestors." It appears they
think it takes guts to wear Gant
shirts (with stripes of course),
Weejuns, and love America. It
would be interesting to perform
mass frontal lobotomies on these
people. No doubt when you cut
them open you would find milli millions
ons millions of little tiny compartmen compartmentalized
talized compartmentalized black boxes in their heads.
Upon opening each box, no doubt
a big cliche (colored in red,
white, and blue of course) would
lurch forward.
Moral: assuming a person has
a functioning brain ( a dubious
assumption for many 100% A Americans)
mericans) Americans) he should, be able to
grasp the concept that an edu educated
cated educated person cannot really know
whether he should love his coun country
try country and what it stands for
unless he can somehow get out outside

side outside his system and try to grasp
what the alternatives are to the
standard way of doing things.
More concretely, everyone
should know precisely why he be believes
lieves believes in the Protestant ethic as
a value instead of the Hippie
alternative.
He should also know what the
Marxist view of America is di directly,
rectly, directly, and not as interpreted
by J. Edgar Hoover, before he
automatically supports the U.S.
in Vietnam. He should also de determine
termine determine for himself if liberal de democracy,
mocracy, democracy, i.e. the myth that the
people" are the real power in
this system, is any kind of a
worthwhile democracy.
The list of prescriptions for the
right wing on this campus could
go on. They might as well end
here in the cheerful knowledge
that no conversions will ensue
and the Gant shirt mentality will
go on to triumph.
PAT QUIGLEY 7AS

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neck sweater by John Meyer and its coordinated wool plaid
skirt to match. Knee socks and kilted Weejuns give you that
head-to-toe finished look. The chain belt features the you
inside those clothes. You, thats what counts no matter
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and get away from it all. This progressive new vehicle is
taking the campus by storm. Its main feature is its astound astoundingly
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Lois Parks, D Phi E, and youll never know a better way
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fortable comfortable in her all electrically heated apartment at Village
Park. Susan gave special consideration to utilities when
she was apartment shopping. Why? Because she knows for
cleanliness, convenience and economy there's nothing like
an all electrically equipped apartment. Susan Brown's all
charged up about electric heat. How 'bout you, got cold feet?

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Photos by Nick Arroyo and Mike Huddleston

Wednesday, October 18, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

for sale
1965 CRUISAIR with helmet,
lace shield and book rack. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition $l5O. 378-6317.
(A-13-lOt-c)
CESSNA 172 SHARE Flying
Hawks, Inc. has limited shares
available. $l5O per share, S2O
per mo. Regain your $l5O when
yob leave. 372-6045, 372-1290,
372-5888 after 6 p.m. (A-15-
st-p)
30,000 BTU Vented gas heat heater
er heater with pipe. Practically new,
S4O. Call 372-7369 after 5:30
P.M. (A-16-3t-c)
RED 1963 ALLSTATE-VESPA,
5 hp, scooter. Good body and
running condition. Needs paint,
$125. See at Dipper Dan, West Westgate
gate Westgate or call R.C. Arnold, 378-
4010 after 2 P.M. (A-16-3t-e)
1962 Allstate Cruisaire scooter,
125 cc. Excellent condition. Many
extras, clean engine, new paint
job. Must sell; call 378-5551
after 6 P.M. (A-16-3t-p)
EXERCYCLE in mint condition.
Never used. Will sell at con considerable
siderable considerable discount. Call Charlie
Mayo, 378-4965. (A-17-st-c)
NEW 85 cc KAWSAKE CYCLE
turn signals rotary shift, $350
or SIOO down and assume pay payments.
ments. payments. 1015 NW 39th Avenue
after 6 P.M. (A-17-4t-p)
FACIT DELUXE PORTABLE
TYPEWRITER, all features,
manual, Never used; Best offer,
372-8173. (A-18-3t.-p)
1,000 cc VINCENT BLACK SHA SHADOW,
DOW, SHADOW, series B. $550 or best of offer,
fer, offer, 376-3086 or writer P.O.
Box 14484, Gainesville, Florida
32601. (A-10-lOt-p)
wanted
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted:
PREFER GRADUATE STUDENT,
University Gardens, one bedroom
apartment. S6O plus 1/2 utilit
ies. 376-4077. (C-14-st-c)
WANTED: Female to share two
bedroom air conditioned apart apartment
ment apartment behind Norman. S4O month,
October rent already paid. Call
378-7674. (C-15-6t-p)
ONE GIRL TO SHARE duplex two
blocks behind Norman, this quar quarter
ter quarter or longer. $35 plus utilities.
Call 378-7428. (C-17-lt-p)
WANTED, SMALL, CHEAP, boat
trailer. Call ext. 2519 days and
378-5995 after 5:30 P.M. (C (C---18-st-p)
--18-st-p) (C---18-st-p)
1 1
NEED FEMALE ROOMMATE for
second and third quarters. Univ University
ersity University Apartments. Junior or
Senior over 21. Call 376-3791
after 6 P.M. (C-18-lt-p)

tr m-l alec Guinness l
!| l
II S | Hill VLir
I *3,000,000 in Gold I J|IU ITJOII I
I I m££L_! I h STANLEY houoway I
3-5 7 9 out aHo|3sj

for rent
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)
NOW RENTING FOR QUARTER
II: Gatortown Apartments, inS.W.
16th Avenue complex, is accept accepting
ing accepting applications now. AVOID the
RUSH. 378-3457. (B-16-10t-c)
TRAVEL TRAILER WANT
WEEKEND accommodations or
planning a trip? Rent my travel
trailer by weekend, week or
month. 378-8547. (B-17-3t-c)
3 BLOCKS FROM CAMPUS, 1
vacancy in double room for male
student. Private entrance, re refrigerator.
frigerator. refrigerator. 327 N.W. 15th Ter Terrace.
race. Terrace. (B-7-st-c)
SUBLET ONE BEDROOM fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Air condit conditioned
ioned conditioned and heat. Pool. $l2O. Univ University
ersity University Gardens. Call 378-8324.
(B-18-3t-p)
real estate
SMALL HOME on lovely wood wooded
ed wooded lot, suitable for married
couple or single student. Living
room, separate dining room,
study, two bedroom, 1 bath. Bi Bicycling
cycling Bicycling neighborhood. SSOO down,
SIOO per month including taxes
and insurance. Call Anna Hinson
378-2558. (I-15-10t-c)
lost-found
LOST: AO Pi soroitypin. Between
Architecture building and Flint.
REWARD. 376-4428, AOPI house.
(L-16- 3t-p)
LOST FEMALE brown and white
dog. Lost on campus, 10 weeks
old, short hair. Call 372-3716
after 5:30 P.M. (L-17-3t-p)
PLEASE! WILL THE PERSON
WHO TOOK MY clothes from the
black VW Sunday night PLEASE
return them, if you have any
conscious at all. Insurance wont
cover it and they were about all
I had. Leave them in a bag or
box at 909 SW 6 th Avenue
or send to Box 12904 University
Station. A very Hurtin Gator.
(L-18-3t-p)
services
TENNLS LESSONS BY APPOINT APPOINTMENT.
MENT. APPOINTMENT. Well qualified, experien experienced
ced experienced instructor. Learn to play the
right way. Call Steve at 376-
3558. $ 10/month. (M-18-st-p)
FACULTY & STAFF: Let me
explain our Home Building and
repair service. Free Estimates.
Wayne Carroll 4AS 372-7675.
(M-15- 10t-)

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i, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, October 18,1967

personal
ORGANIZED BAND looking for
JOBS!! Call Artie (trumpet) or
Sammie (piano) Arnold 372-5920;
Bill Linderman (bass) 372-7937;
Mike Clarke (saxophone) 378-
2738; Chuck Elliott (drums) 372-
2107 for auditions. We play bal ballads,
lads, ballads, standards, jazz, blues, and
requests for your dances. SIOO
nightly minimum; S2OO nightly
maximum; $175 2 nights mini minimum;
mum; minimum; $350 2 nights maximum.
(J-16-st-p)
CHEROKEE FLYING CLUB is
now offering the lowest possible
rates available in Gainesville.
Anyone interested in joining con contact
tact contact Art 378-7941, or Doug 372-
1039. (J-14-10t-c)
G.0.P.. COUNTY CHAIRMAN Mr.
Bill Ewing will talk politics at
Republicans Club meeting. You-
re invited to attend. Today at
8 P.M. 361 Reitz Union. (J (J---18-lt-p)
--18-lt-p) (J---18-lt-p)
FLYING TO FORT LAUDER LAUDERDALE.
DALE. LAUDERDALE. Leave Friday, October
20, return Sunday, October 22,
Experienced pilot with Cherokee
180, Don Kozich, 378-1863. (J (J---
--- (J--- 3t-p)
autos
1964 MG Midget, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. $750. Call after 5 P.M.
372-0988. (G-16-3t-p;
HEALTH FORCES SALE of care carefully
fully carefully maintained 1962 Chevrolet
Belair. $795.00. 376-0201. (G (G---163t
--163t (G---163t c)
WILL SACRIFICE S6OO equity in
1967 Opel Kadett in perfect
condition for $l5O and take over
payments. Call: Barbara, Univ.
Ext. 2832 before 5 p.m. or see
at: Ideal Trailer Park 2200 N.E V
Waldo Road, Lot 20. (G-16-3t-nc)
1965 RAMBLER AMERICAN, in
good condition. Brand new engine,
radio, heater. $950. Call Jabero,
378-5605. (G- 16-st-p)
1967 THUNDERBIRD, new top,
new paint job, good tires, com complete
plete complete engine overhaul, need in interior
terior interior work, price $l,lOO. Call
378-3790 after 5 P.M. (G-18-
lOt-p)
1959 HILLMAN convertible, re rebuilt
built rebuilt engine, new battery and
starter, good tires, $175.00. Call
378-8643. (G-18-st-p)

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I 6:30 I
tonite
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autos
1962 WHITE OLDS MO BILE ,pow ,power
er ,power steering, and brakes. Air
conditioned, new transmission
and paint. Asking $795, best offer
takes. 372-0056. (G-14-st-p)
1965 FORD,I/2 ton pickup, Cus Custom
tom Custom cab. Long wheel base, air
conditioned, SISOO. Call 372-5622
(G-14-st-c)
help wanted
STUDENTS: If you can work any anytime
time anytime between 9-SP.M. evenings.
We have immediate openings for
a new sales program for Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun. Call Mr. Marshall,
378-1410 for more information.
(E-16-5t- c)
features Open
7:45 at 7:00
& 10:50
at 9:25
"CONTEST GIRL"
1 L,

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yj
help wanted
DELIVERY BOYS WANTED, any
and all hours you want to work.
Transportation furnished. Apply
in person, Little Larrys Res Restaurant,
taurant, Restaurant, 1225 West University
Avenue. (E-18-7t-c)
FLORIDA UNION
starts Friday
Columbia Pictures presents
AMMA
MOIFIFO
starring in Verdis
La
Traviata
TECHNICOLOR*
SPECIAL LIMITED
ENGAGEMENT!
Tickets now on sale
at the Fla. Union
Boxoffice
THIS IS THE
W)LD,WIU)WESr
Bt ns bid am mi
JHDTia GOOD BSU IBS!
jl Suggested for
Jm Mature Audiences
I mw.
1:10-3:15-5:20-7:25-9:30
A girl, a boy,
a tender, funny, terrible
wedding, night.
'jF W
the family
wayQO
Starring
HAYLEY MILLS JOHN MILLS HYWEL BENNETT
MARJORIE RHODES technicolor



Orange and

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

CAMPUS CALENDAR
Wednesday, C ctober 18
Student Pea e Union: Teach-in,
Plaza of .he Americas, noon
Fla. Speleol >gical Society: meet meeting,
ing, meeting, 346 1 nion, 7 p.m.
CIRUNA, U lited Nations Assn and
International Comm. Lecture:
Dr. Hunt Davis, Emerging
African Nations & Their Role
in the U.N., McC Aud., 7
p.m.
U of F Young Republicans Club:
meeting, 361 Union, 8 p.m.
Student Peace Union; meeting,
349 Union, 8 p.m.
Fla Folk Dancers: dancing, Union
Terrace, 8 p.m.
* English Dept, and Public Fun Functions
ctions Functions and Lectures: Dr. O. B.
Hardison, Written Records
and Truths of Spirit in Para Paradise
dise Paradise Lost, Union Aud., 8 p.m.
Thursday, (>ctober 19
Baptist Student Center: Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship Supper, 8.5. U., 5:30 p.m.
Everyone welcome
Association for Childhood Edu Education:
cation: Education: Mr. Colin Balmer,
Growing Up in New Guinea,
Med. Center Cafeteria, 7:15
p.m.
Student F.E.A.: guest speaker,
Mr. Jesse Burt, Norman Hall,
7:30 p.m.
Sigma Alpha Eta: meeting and
social, 357 Tigert, 7:30 p.m.
All members and anyone in interested
terested interested welcome.
Zoology Colloquium Series: Dr.
Frank A.Brown, Jr., Biologi Biological
cal Biological Clocks, McC Aud., Bp.m.
Football Film: Fla vs. Tulane,
Union Aud., 8 p.m.
Forums Comm.: Senator Joseph
Tydings, Crisis in Federal Federalism:
ism: Federalism: The Last Chance for the
States, MSB Aud., 8 p.m.
Friday, October 20
Physics Colloquium: Dr. Glen
Clayton, Scattering of X-rays
Off of Molecular Liquids,
Bless Aud., 4 p.m.
Forestry Club: Flatwoods Frolic,
Austin Cary Forest, 5:30 p.m.
Sign up in Rolfs Hall
Univ. Chess Club: chess, 118
Union, 7 p.m.
Fine Arts and Films Committees
movie: La Traviata, Union
Aud., 7 & 9:15 p.m.
Tolbert Area: Dance, Union Ter Terrace,
race, Terrace, 8:30 p.m.
Bent Card Coffee House: folk en entertainment,
tertainment, entertainment, readings and dis<-
cussions, 1826 W. Univ. Ave.,
j p. m.
FLa nIDA UNION BOX OFFICE
' ets are now on sale for:
: ,r Tydings, Northern Sin Sinfonia
fonia Sinfonia Orchestra, La Tra Trai,
i, Trai, Coronation Ball and
-s Gators Parisian

Visit Us At Our New Home
"SerJingU F S Em U ployeesSmce 1935'' BWfe
gain:sville Florida campus federal crept uNioN^^^S-sthAve.

ADMINISTRATIVE
NOTICES
PROGRESS TESTS: Students in
the following courses are expect expected
ed expected to take the following tests.
Each student must bring a No. 2
lead pencil and will be required
to use his SOCIAL SECURITY
NUMBER.
CY 201: Thursday, Oct. 19
7 p.m. Students whose last names
begin with (A-L) report to
Matherly 2,3, 4,5, 6,7, 8,
9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, or 16;
(M-Z) report to Matherly 102,
105, 108, 112, 113, 114, 05, 116,
117, 118, or 119.
CPS 121: Thursday Oct. 19,
7 p.m. Students whose last names
begin with (A) report to Floyd 104
or 109; (B) report to Peabody 1,
2,4, 5,6, 7,8, 9, 10, or 11;
(C) to Leigh 207; (D) to Little 121
or 125; (E) to Little 113; (F) to
Little 227, 233, or 235; (G) to
Peabody 101, 102, 112 or 114;
(H) to Peabody 201, 202, 205,
208 or 209; (I-J) to Flint 110
or 112; (K) to Walker 301, 303,
307, or 308; (L) to Little 201,
203, 205, or 207; (M) to Little
213, 215, 217, 219, 221, 223, or
235; (N) to Little 237; (O) to
Little 239; (P-Q) to Flint 101 or
102; (R) to Floyd 108; (S) to
Walker Auditorium; (T-V) to Lit Little
tle Little 101 or 109; (W-z) to Walker
Auditorium
CBS 261: Tuesday, Oct. 24,
7 p.m. Students whose last names
begin with (A-L) report to Walker
Auditorium; (M-R) to Leigh 207;
(S-Z) to Little 101, 109, 113
or 121.
CBS 262: Tuesday, Oct. 24,
7 p.m. Students whose last names
begin with (A-L) report to Ma Matherly
therly Matherly 2,3, 4,5, 6,7, 8,9, 10,
11, 12, 13, 14 or 16; (M-Z) to
Matherly 102, 105, 108, 112, 113,
114, 115, 116, 117, 118 or 119.
PEACE CORPS TESTS will be
given on Saturday, Oct. 21, at
1:30 p.m. in the new Post Of Office
fice Office building, 401 SE Ist Ave.,
Gainesville. Applications may be
picked up at International Center
on campus just south of Walker
Auditorium prior to reporting
for the test.
SOUTHERN BELL Telephone
&i Telegraph Co. will present a
training program emphasizing
telephone efficiency and court courtesy.
esy. courtesy. The program coordinated
through University Personnel Di Division,
vision, Division, will include a talk-dem talk-demonstration,
onstration, talk-demonstration, color film and dis discussion.
cussion. discussion. Two 90-minute sessions
have been scheduled in the J.
Wayne Reitz Union Auditorium
at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Thursday,
Oct. 19, 1967. All interested
faculty and staff are invited to
attend one of these sessions.

BLUE BULLETIN

SEMINOLE PICTURES: Pic Pictures
tures Pictures for the SEMINOLE of the
graduating seniors in the colleges
of agriculture, architecture &
fine arts and business adminis administration
tration administration will be taken Oct. 16-Oct.
20 in Room 346 of the Reitz Union
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 6 to
9 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Cost is $1.50 per person. Boys
are requested to wear coat and
tie, and girls should wear collar collarless
less collarless tops with a round neckline
that will photograph in a dark
color.
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. 21.
Applicants for the $3,000 stipend
must be male citizens of at least
junior standing, between 18 and
24 as of Oct. 1, 1967.
GENERAL NOTICES
UNION BOARD COMMITTEE
CHAIRMEN: Students interested
in applying for Union Board com committee
mittee committee chairman position can
pick up applications in the Reitz
Union, room 310. Interviews for
hostess and films committee
chairmen will be held Oct. 23.
INTERNATIONAL COMMIT COMMITTEE,
TEE, COMMITTEE, Union Board: Any student
interested in working on the Deep
South Model United Nations to be
held in February, 1968, can now
apply in room 310, Reitz Union.
UNION BOARD PUBLIC RE RELATIONS
LATIONS RELATIONS COMMITTEE: appli applications
cations applications are now available at Reitz
Union for students interested in
oublic relations work.
STUDENT FEA: On Thursday,
Oct. 19, at 7:30 p.m. in Norman
Auditorium Jesse Burt, State Di Director
rector Director of Teacher Recruitment
will present a program to
interested freshmen and sopho sophomores
mores sophomores in the field of education.
PLACEMENT NOTICES
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
RETIZ UNION, ROOM 22. All
companies will be recruiting for
Dec., Mar., June and Aug. grad graduates
uates graduates unless indicated otherwise.
OCT. 17, 18: ARMY MATERIAL
COMMAND, St. Louis, Mo. All
Eng., Math, Ps. Must be U.S.
citizen.
OCT. 17, 18: TENNESSEE VAL VALLEY
LEY VALLEY AUTHORITY, Knoxville,
Tenn. ChE., CE, EE, ME, NE.
Dec. and March grads.

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

OCT. 17, 18: U.S. ATOMIC EN ENERGY
ERGY ENERGY COMMISSION, Aiken, S.C.
ChE, EE, Met.E, NE, ME, IE,
Acct., Bus. Adm., Econ. Must be
U.S. citizen.
OCT. 17, 18: ARO, INC., Arnold
Air Force Station, Tenn. AE, EE,
ME, Eng. Sci., Eng. Mech., Met.E.
Must be U.S. citizen. Dec. and
March grads.
OCT. 17, 18: WEST VIRGINIA
PULP AND PAPER COMPANY,
North Charleston, S.C. ChE,
ME, EE, Chem. Must be U.S.
CITIZEN. Dec. and March grads.
OCT. 17, 18; MC DONNELL
DOUGLAS CORPORATION, St.
Louis, Mo. AE, CE, EE, IE, ME.
Must be U.S. citizen.
OCT 18: R. J. REYNOLDS TO TOBACCO
BACCO TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem. NC
Acct., Fin, IE, ME, ChE, Food
Tech., Eng. Sci. Must be U.S.
citizen.
OCT. 18: MOBILE OIL CORP.
Dallas, Tex. ChE, EE, IE, ME,
Geol. Must be U.S. citizen.
OCT. 18: ARMY AND AIR FORCE
EXCHANGE SERVICE, Atlanta,
Ga. Acct., Arch., Bus, Food Tech
Dec. and March grads.
if
OCT. 18: PRATT & WHITNEY
AIRCRAFT, Hartford, Conn. AE,
ChE, EE, CE, Eng. Sci., ME,
Met.E, IE, Math, Ps,Chem. Must
be U.S. citizen. Dec. grads.
OCT. 18: STAUFFER CHEMI CHEMICAL
CAL CHEMICAL COMPANY, New York, N.Y.
ChE, ME, Chem. Must be U.S.
CITIZEN. Dec. and March grads.
OCT. 18, 19: FLORIDA POWER &
LIGHT COMPANY, Miami, Fla.
EE, ME, CE, IE.
OCT. 18, 19, 20: CORNING GLASS
WORKS, Corning, N.Y. Math, Ps,
Chem, Mktg., Acct., Econ., Bus.
Ad, All Eng. Must be U.S. citizen.
OCT. 20: FEDERAL COMMUNI COMMUNICATION
CATION COMMUNICATION COMMISSIONS, Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C. EE. Must be U.S.
citizen.
-OCT. 20: SCHLUMBERGER
WELL SURVEYING CORP.,
Houston, Texas. EE, Eng. Mech.
Must be U.S. citizen
OCT. 20: CHEVRON OIL COM COMPANY,
PANY, COMPANY, New Orleans, La. CE,
ME. Must be U.S. citizen.

Wednesday, October 18, 19137, The Florida Alligator,

WATCH OUT
b
FOR THE
OTHER GUY
i
Drive
Defensively!
Just being in the right isnt
enough. Nearly half the
drivers in fatal collisions are
in the right. Drive defen defensivelyas
sivelyas defensivelyas if your life de depended
pended depended on it. (It does.)
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THE
Photographer
IS HERE
-GREEKS
Today Through NOVEMBER 3

Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Epsilon Phi

AGRICULTURE

EDUCATION

IMPORTANT I
No one will have his picture in the yearbook unless
i
the picture is taken by the SEMINOLE photographer.
1
' i
PLACE: Room 346 J. Wayne Reitz Union
TIME: Noon AM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 9:00 PM Monday through Friday
DRESS: Boys coat and tie
Girls- cardigan sweater (to be worn backward), crewneck sweater,
knit top with round collar and no neckline, or a blouse with no
collar and a round neckline in a dark color: black, burgundy, brown,
charcoal, bright red, bright green, olive or navy.
PRICE: $1 50 per person to be paid when picture is taken a

- COLLEGES
Today Through Oct. 20

ARCHITECTURE

Oct. 23 Through Oct. 27

Kappa Alpha
Delta Tau Delta
Kappa Sigma

NURSING

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Beta Theta Pi
Alpha Tau Omega
Alpha Epsilon Pi

PHARMACY



MAN IN THE MIDDLE
A
The Merchant Os Venom
-BY JOE TORCHIA
NOW PLAYING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA: The Mer Merchant
chant Merchant of Venom (OR) "A Midsummer Nights Scream (OR) Alls
Not Well That Ends Well -a play in two acts by Bill Shakes.
PLACE: The infirmary.
TIME: Theres not much left.
CHARACTERS: A doctor, a nurse, ROMEO: a student, JULIET:
his pinmate, BETA BRUTUS: a cool frat-man, COMMUTER CAE CAESAR:
SAR: CAESAR: an (ugh!) independent, and an English professor.
ACT I O ROMEO, ROMEO, I KNOW SOMETHING YOU DONT
KNOW.
Nurse: (askingly) May I help you?
Romeo: (hesitantly) Uh . yes. Wed like to see the doctor.
Nurse: (suspiciously) Just a moment, please.
(EXIT: Nurse)
Juliet: (fearfully) O Romeo, Romeo, Whyfore did it happen, Romeo?
Romeo: (explainingly)
Because, fair Juliet, you see,
It was one of those weekends at the University:
The dance was cancelled or we would have stayed,
And the cops at the Pub were having a raid.
The campus was dead, nothing to do,
So what else could we do but ....
(ENTER: The doctor, interruptingly)
Dr.: (rushingly) All right, Im in a hurry so what seems to be the
trouble?
Romeo: (more explainingly) Well, you see .... its this way ....
well .... a ... Julie here has a pain . and she ....
Dr.: (rushingly) Well, just give her these. Take one every three
hours and it will go away!
ACT II TAKE A PILL AND WRITE YOUR WILL
(ENTER: English prof wih two students, one with a knife wound
dripping blood.) ~
Prof: (using no passive voice) Nurse, get the doc. It seems we had
a little accident.
Commuter Caesar: (independently)
An accident? Now thats not true!
He grabbed a knife and put it through.
Those frat-rats always think they're it;
Well let me say I think theyre
(ENTER: The doc, interruptingly)
Dr.: (nauseatedly) Ugh! Blood!
Prof: (using no active voice)
Listen, Doc, blood is being bled;
This boy may soon be dead!
Dr.: (sickedly) Well, take a pill every .
Beta Brutus: (fraternally)
Let him die,
The G.D.1.!
Prof: (using no voice)
Dr.: (holding stomach) Well, theres only one thing I can recom recommend
mend recommend hed better see a doctor!
(curtain)
Movie Rating

(NOTE: good; ** -- very
good; *** excellent; ****
superior.)
BONNIE AND CLYDE. Warren
Beatty and Faye Dunaway as Cly Clyde
de Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker,
who formed the Barrow Gang and
terrorized Dustbowl banks dur during
ing during their reckless, bloody, gaudy
and very brief career together.
Superb supporting cast. Playing
through Thursday at the Plaza.
***
THE FAMILY WAY. Hayley
Mills and Hywel Bennett. Story
of puppy love maturing in a sex sexcrazed
crazed sexcrazed society. An American
problem set in England. Now
playing at the Florida. **

yilu- UF REPRESENTATIVES I
Np -=! Mel Ward Jim Bartlett
Dan Sapp David Wilson
George Corl Arlie Watkinson
l \W? 1636 W. Univ. Ave.
Fidelity Union Life Insurance Co. 376! 208
NO WAR CLAUSE
DEFERRED PR EMI UM PAYMENTS
(Until Your Earninas Increase)
Tb C-ollup Plm Tk Tb CoU^f^Mo/^

WATERHOLE #3. James Co Coburn
burn Coburn and Margaret Blye. A way wayout
out wayout Western on the slap-stick
side. Very entertaining. Play Playing
ing Playing through Thursday at the Cen Center.
ter. Center. **
BLOW-UP. David Hemmings and
Vanessa Redgrave. Photographer
finds he has unwitting snapped a
murder or has he? Director
Antonioni explores the nature of
reality within the framework of
mod London. Now Playing at the
Gainesvil'e Drive-in. ****
XEROX COPIES
1-19 Copies, 10? ea.
20 & Over, 9?
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Faculty Art Exhibit
An Aesthetic Blow-Up

By DENISE O'CONNELL
Alligator Art Review
Blowing the mind in a surge
of visual aesthetics is guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed for art buffs attending the
Faculty Art Exhibition at the
University Gallery.
A wide variety of medium is
revealed including neon lighting
and fabricated aluminum sculp sculpture.
ture. sculpture. The exhibition runs to Oct.
29 in the gallery of the Archi Architecture
tecture Architecture and Fine Arts building.
One is immediately captivated
by John Wards Vertical
Triptch. Three canvasses
joined vertically, depict a birds
eye view of a head, an out outstreatched
streatched outstreatched hand and an apple.
Complexity in simplicity. Per Perfect
fect Perfect to the haze of nature on the
unshined apple.
If your gaze is not captured
by Hollis H. Holbrooks Wo Woman,
man, Woman, or Flying Woman sus suspended
pended suspended from the ceiling (both
oddly unfinished in areas), a
few minutes will be spent fig figuring
uring figuring out Stuart R. Pursers
Crossing Hemps Creekln its
unique viewpoint.
Voichysonks unusual use of
canvas and Sajovics Neon Ve Venus
nus Venus are psychedellic. The Star
Spangled Man by Kenneth Ker Kerslake,
slake, Kerslake, a frog-like lithograph, is

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extremely interesting.
Refreshing prints line most
of the left hand wall and J.G.
Naylors Kinetic Relief of a aluminum
luminum aluminum slowly rotates on the
other.
H.D. Williams paintings take
a special sort of individual to
appreciate. They are almost bru brutal.
tal. brutal.
Sabatellas Mexican Place
Setting seems to be a variation
on a tic-tac-toe theme. Robert
Fichers series of photographs
feature effective use of glass
and color with black and white
photography.
One of the best photo compo compositions
sitions compositions was In the Woods Where
I Met Myself.
Several of the most outstanding
paintings are Roy C. Cravens
Fire Sermon and JackNlchel JackNlchelsons
sons JackNlchelsons constructions Siren's
Reliquary and Dance of a Life
a Go Go.
Craven's painting in its mov moving,
ing, moving, brilliant, sweeping lines will
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complete your visit. Indescri Indescribable,
bable, Indescribable, it has to be seen.
It is to anyones advantage,
patron of the arts or not, to go
and view this annual exhibition.
The University Gallery is free
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REVIEWS
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THE PLAYWRIGHTS SPEAK. By Walter Wagner, To be pub published
lished published by Delcorate on Oct. 27. $6.00.
The Playwrights Speak offers unique insight into the vision
and complexity of the creative minds of 11 of our most significent
playwrites how they live, how they work, what they believe in
and what they think of their contemporaries and the theatre of to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow.
Ranging from Albee on Miller and Williams on civil rights to
Durrenmatt on critics, Pinter on acting schools and Arden on God,
The Playwrights Speak is provided with comprehensive biograph biographical
ical biographical essays on each dramatist by Walter Wagner.
This provocative volume also includes interviews with Inge, Weiss,
Wesker, Osborne and lonesco.
As the noted drama critic and producer Harold Clurman writes in
his introduction, these playwrites are all at different points of their
development, and generally come from diverse backgrounds.
What is especially important, to remark in reading these in interviews,
terviews, interviews, is that none of the men interviewed is finished.'
Their personalities have already become distinct, the lines of
their careers indicate a clear direction, but they are all capable
of varying, extending, perhaps even reversing their themes. It
would be fruitless as well as presumiituous to predict their future.
Clurmans introduction, which in itself is a concise commen commentary
tary commentary on twentieth century drama, provides the necessary context
in which the interviews may be more fully understood and inter interpreted.
preted. interpreted.
Publishers Weekly said of Playwrights Speak: . . The
questions are pertinent and relevent, never presumptuous or taste tasteless
less tasteless .... Absorbing and entertaining reading for theatre buffs.
'Twelfth Night
Cast Chosen

By HELENE HOLLANDER
Alligator Feature Writer
Included in the cast of the Play Players
ers Players production of Twelfth
Night, which will officially open
the new Union Theatre, are four
students new to UF and one fac faculty
ulty faculty member.
The comic figure, Sir Toby
Belch, will be played by George
Statler, a graduate student on
a years leave from Central
Florida Junior College where he
teaches speech and drama.
Sir Andrews, a nervous sort
of character, will be played by
Tim Denesha, a graduate student
from Buffalo University College.

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Malvolio, the foolish-type cha character,
racter, character, will be played by As Assistant
sistant Assistant Professor in Engineering
Craig Hartley.
There are only three female
leading roles, and two of them
are playqd by newcomers. Viola,
a young girl who disguises her herself
self herself as a boy and then falls in
love with the Duke, is played by
Deborah A. Kondelik. Miss Kon Konkelik
kelik Konkelik is a freshman here and
would like to major in Music
Education.
Anita Sands, a transfer student
from Palm Beach Junior College,
plays the lady-in-waiting to O Olivia,
livia, Olivia, the Countess.

Marijuana: No Harmful
Effects Discovered Yet

By STEVE HULSEY
Alligator Feature Writer
Although no harmful effects
can be attributed directly to
marijuana at this time, it does
not mean that they do not exist,
said Dr. W. J. Coggins, direc director
tor director of the UF infirmary.
After all, he pointed out,
look how long it took doctors
to produce a meaningful link to
cigarette smoking and cancer.
Coggins said that many sub subjective
jective subjective effects of the drug are
heightened by the fact of the group
activity that has special mean meaning
ing meaning for the participants.
He said the drugs use brings
about a sense of closeness, one oneness,
ness, oneness, and a feeling of member membership
ship membership in a special group. He added,
however, that this sort of ex experience
perience experience can be attained without
the use of drugs.
The immediate effects of the
drug last for about four hours,
during which the user usually
experiences a mood of exaltation
or euphoria. Time, space, and
body image are distorted, and
sense perception is heightened.
The effects are much the
same as those produced by LSD,
said Coggins.
Advocates of the free use of
marijuana declare that there are
no adverse physical effects caus
ed by marijuana. They also point
out the fact that the drug is
not addictive.
Some recently published med medical
ical medical reports have told of obser observations
vations observations of serious reactions in
users of the drug, however.

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havior, behavior, personality changes, de depression,
pression, depression, and gross confusion are
some of the psychological effects
which have been reported.
Physical effects, such as nau nausea,
sea, nausea, spasms, diarrhea, and cold
extremities of the body have also
been observed. Large amounts of
marijuana, say the reports, can
depress respiration and can lead
to death.
These reports do not declare
that a definite cause and effect
relationship exists. They merely
report the observance of the
effects together with instances of
use of marijuana.
Coggins and other medical au authority
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not addictive. But, they point out
that use of the drug usually
facilitates contact with more dan dangerous
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then used depends upon the in individual,
dividual, individual, said the doctor.
Coggins was quick to comment
that few people know enough about
their own personality tQ_ know
In advance how they will react
to marijuana. Many people are
subject to reictions which are
harmful to them physically or
psychologically, he said.
It is just too risky to take
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to a slim one point lead over
Alpha Tau Omega Monday night
to win the Orange League Wa Waterbasketball
terbasketball Waterbasketball championship, 11-
10, at Florida pool.
SAE led the determined ATOs
at halftime 7-6, but refused to
relinquish the lead.
Bob Threat was the high scor scorer
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Phi Gamma Delta took an ear early
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Chi Phi fraternity, 8-4, for the
Blue League Waterbasketball
championship at Florida pool last
Thursday night.
Dave Griffin of the Fijis was
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3.
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Tolbert Area (Bracket I)
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Weaver IV 2 0
South I 11
East HI 11
Tolbert I 0 1
Weaver I 0 1
Tolbert Area (Bracket II)
Tolbert II 1 0
East IV 11
Weaver in 11
Weaver II 11
South IV 0 1
Tolbert Area (Bracket in)
East II 2 0
South U 10
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North IV 0 2
North I& n 0 2

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Glunt 11
Newins 0 2
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Murphree D 10
Fletcher N 0 1
Thomas H 02
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Thomas E 11
Fletcher J 11
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Murphree M 0 2
Murphree Area (Bracket in)
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Thomas F 0 1
Murphree Area (Bracket IV)
Sledd H 20
Fletcher O 2 0
Yon 11
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Fletcher M 0 2
Murphree A 0 2
Law League (Bracket I)
Roundballs 2 0
Nads 2 0
The Nastys 11
Shorttimers 11
Baby Barristers 0 2
Beavers 0 2
Football Team 0 2
Law League (Bracket II)
Clowns 2 0
Bullmooses 2 0
Manns Team 2 0
Team I 11
Novices 0 2
Sleepers 0 2
Legal Mets 0 2

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i, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, October 18,1967

Rentz: A f Sugared Spectacle

By 808 PADECKY ~
Alligator Sports Editor
Larry Rentz made a spectacle of himself last
Saturday night in the Sugar Bowl against Tulane.
In fact, Rentz made such a spectacle the bureau
chief of United Press International cast his vote
for Rentz as the Southeasts Back-of-the-Week.
Rentz made the difference sometimes because
of his brilliant play execution and other times be because
cause because he was simply there.
You see, Floridas football team will put out
for Larry Rentz.
No, Larry Smith is not going to walk hand handin-hand
in-hand handin-hand with The Blade on campus. But hell
do other things for him.
Like last year, for instance.
Rentz was a deep safety at the time and an
offensive lineman came dowrifield and gave Rentz
an illegal elbow to the shoulder. Enter Smith.
The offensive lineman was a good friend of Smith.
But not this time. Smith laced a forearm across
the guys head and flipped him.
Next time you leave Larry alone, said Smith,
in his new big brother role.
Thats how the team feels about Larry Rentz.
Hes so thin they like to protect so he doesnt
break in half. V
A quarterback, whether hes an all-American
or a scrub, has got to have his team playing for

Gators Use Tape More Tape

Have you ever wondered what
you could do with 1,050 feet of
adhesive tape?
Gator trainer, Brady Great Greathouse
house Greathouse uses that much tape every
game to tape ankles, knees, and
wrists.
Taping players isnt the only
job Greathouse has to cope with.
He is the man who nurses the
injured players back onto the field
sooner than the doctor antici anticipated.
pated. anticipated.
Were not doctors, states
Greathouse, we only try to help
the boy overcome his injury
quicker.
Many fans would say a pulled
muscle or a sprained ankle would
be the most common injury, but
according to Greathouse, a
bruised muscle is the most com common.
mon. common.
What most people call a pulled
muscle is actually just a bruise,
said Greathouse, but anytime
you have a sharp blow to the
muscle, it is going to become
bruised.
Gator Cagers
Open Practice
UF basketball coach Tommy
Bartlett opened practice for the
1067-68 season on Monday, with
the hopes of bettering the record
breaking 21-4 season the Gators
enjoyed last year.
Bartlett will have seven re returning
turning returning lettermen, two junior col college
lege college transfers and a red shirt
vying for the top five positions.
Three regulars, 6-7 David Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, 6-10 Neal Walk and 6-5
Gary McElroy will be trying to
hold down their positions.
Bartletts major concern will
be finding a replacement for all-
SEC guard Skip Higley. 6-2 Boyd
Welsch, 6-0 Richard Vasquez
and 6-1 Mike Leatherwood will
be competing for the vacant spot.
Andy Owens, an all-American
prep star from Tampa, is slated
to fill the high post position left
open by the graduation of all-
SEC performer Gary Keller.
The Gators open the season
December 1 against Jacksonville
University in Gainesville.

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The requirements needed by
a person to become a trainer are
getting more strict each day,
commented Greathouse.
The National Athletic Trainers
Association (NATA) puts empha emphasis
sis emphasis on a college degree instead
of practical experience. A strong
background in anatomy and phy physiology
siology physiology is a prerequisite to be
a good trainer.
A long time ago, all trainers
were required to do was to be
able to give massages. But the
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him and not for themselves.
It would seem almost matter-of-fact. Most fans
would think this would be the case time and time
again. But it has not been the case here some sometimes
times sometimes in the past.
But it is now.
Now the only problem is, whos going to quar quarterback
terback quarterback next year. Jackie Eckdahl will be healed
and back again. Rentz will be ready for his senior
year.
After Saturdays performance, it seems a sin
to have Rentz go back to flanker.
The answer is Eckdahl. Coach Ray Graves could
red-shirt Eckdahl for a year and let Rentz run
the team.
One year wouldnt dull Eckdahls blade and cer certainly
tainly certainly would give that left leg more time to heal.
It seems better insurance to have good quar quarterbacking
terbacking quarterbacking for the next three years than just two.
And besides, Smith enjoys playing big brother.
New Orleans Swings ?
They say New Orleans swings like a London
do.
Tell me about it sometimes.
I was in New Orleans for the Florida-Tulane
game last weekend and the closest I got to Bour Bourbon
bon Bourbon Street was a black-and-white poster on a bath bathroom
room bathroom wall.

to administer first aid, and help
heal injured muscles, and to keep
track of the teams physical con condition.
dition. condition.
Some of the machinery Great Greathouse
house Greathouse can use whenever he feels
it necessary are the whirlpool
bath, the infra-red heat lamp,
and different types of braces.
Lifting weights also help to
tone up the muscles and makes
them less susceptible to injury.
Assisting Greathouse in caring
for the Gator football team is
one assistant trainer and five
student trainers.

It was because of this place I stayed in, a ho hotel.
tel. hotel.
More like a dive.
The door locked with a skeleton key. I had an
expensive typewriter. I wanted to keep the typewri typewriter.
ter. typewriter.
So, not trusting in skeleton keys, I asked the
manager if I could keep the machine somewhere.
My friend, drawled Jazzman Joe, yore thing
aint no safer heres as up theres.'
Well, after deciphering the message, I thanked
him for his advice.
Taking a chance I left it in the room. Then I
wanted to take a shower.
No towels. No soap.
Bopping down again, I asked the old gent for
some linens.
Youse want a face towel, mister? asked Joe.
Yea, a face towel. So I can wash my navel.
Right!
After getting my one-per-customer bath towel
I got the soap.
Or rather it got me.
It had this slime over it. And it started to spread.
All over my body.
Taking my per-customer towel, I used it to wipe
off the slime. I was still dirty after I took
my shower, but after all, I was still alive.
That New Orleans, what a place! And all that
jazz.

Braves Release Announcer
ATLANTA (UPI) Larry Munson, who also broadcasts University
of Georgia football and basketball games, has been released from the
Atlanta Braves broadcast team, it was reported Monday.
The Atlanta Journal quoted Munson as saying he was dropped by
the Braves for economy reasons after earlier being offered a
raise which he had turned down as being insufficient.
Munson formerly worked for a Nashville, Tenn., radio station where
he did the play-by-play of Vanderbilt football and basketball games.
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