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By DARYL SPRADLEY
Alligator Correspondent
Caterpillars or candy bar.
Which are you eating?
A UF professor and an upper
classman discovered half-way
through a peanut treat that they
had been eating peanuts and cat caterpillars.
erpillars. caterpillars. Both candy bars were
bought from the same machine.
Dr. Lawrence A. Hetrick, pro professor
fessor professor of entomology classified
the half-inch white larva in the
candy bar as caterpillars. He
said the caterpillars were the
immature stage of a type of
moth.
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take a month to six weeks for
the caterpillars to reach their
size in the above photograph.
INDEX
Campus Events 4
Campus Living 9
Editorials 6
Letters 7
Movies 8
Sports 10-11
Tumbleweeds 4

The
Florida Alligator

A spot check at the university
showed that some classroom
buildings had machines with in insects
sects insects in display windows and dis dispensers.
pensers. dispensers. Along with insects,
some machines had spilled soft
drinks and dirt smeared on the
exteriors. Other machines were
empty or out-of-order.
An interview with the general
manager of a local vending mach machine
ine machine company revealed that his
machines were serviced from
three to 15 times a week.
Route men are provided with
cleaning agents for machines;
however, he cited the inability to
find qualified personnel in the
Gainesville area as the main
reason for dirty machines.
University vending machine
manager Steve Johnson said the
university and county officials
inspect the machines on campus
for cleanliness.
He mentioned that there was
no restriction or^ v length of time
candy can remain in machines.

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

SWEEPING REFORMS URGED
Union Board Blasted
For Irresponsibility

By KATHIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
The Union Board of Managers
ordered a sweeping study of the
student-composed Florida Union
Board Wednesday afternoon to
improve working capacities of
the Union Board.
The Union Board, with offices
in the Reitz Union, is respon responsible
sible responsible for scheduling and adminis administering
tering administering student activities such as
movies, speakers, and the craft
shop.
Allegedly a site for bicker bickering
ing bickering and in-fighting, the Union
Board received attention earlier
in the week when Bill Moore.
Classes Out
Early Friday
HC Weekend
Classes will be dismissed for
homecoming activities on Friday,
Oct. 27, at 12:05 p.m., UF Pres President
ident President Stephen C. OConnell an announced
nounced announced Wednesday.
Traditionally, the UF printed
calendar provides classes be
suspended for the homecoming
parade. As reported in Wednes Wednesdays
days Wednesdays Alligator, no such pro provision
vision provision was included in this years
calendar.
President OConnell declared
classes dismissed in a memor memorandum
andum memorandum written after a meeting of
the schedule and calendar com committee.
mittee. committee.
The committee met Tuesday
and voted unanimously to re request
quest request the president to dismiss
classes following the 4th period
of homecoming, according to
Vice-President of Student Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Lester L. Hale.
Tuesday, the Alligator was un unable
able unable to reach top University ad administrators
ministrators administrators because they were
in a meeting making the decision.
At that time, the official word
was that classes would be held,
as provided in the calendar.
O'Connells memorandum, ad addressed
dressed addressed to deans, directors and
department chairmen also states
The closing of university of offices
fices offices will be left to the discre discretion
tion discretion of the appropriate adminis administrators
trators administrators and should be handled so
as not to disrupt the necessary
functions of the university.

chairman of the Boards Films
Committee, was removed from
his position in what Moore called
a political move.
Union Director William Rion,
who began initial discussion on
the Union Board, called it a self selfperpetuating
perpetuating selfperpetuating organization (each
out-going Board selects the
members of the succeeding
Board) that had not accepted the
responsibilities it should have
taken.
According to Rion, more pro program
gram program ming of events had been done 1
by the Reitz Union staff than
by the Union Board itself.
Student Body President Char Charles
les Charles Shepherd called for a com committee
mittee committee appointed by the Board of
Managers to make a study of the
Union Board and to propose pro programs
grams programs for improvements.
Areas for study include organ organizational
izational organizational structure, member re recruitment,

Kirk Promises
Special Session
By BARBARA FRYE
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI)~ Gov. Claude Kirk promised Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday to call a special session of the legislature for education,
tax reform and constitutional revision early next year, averting a
threatened teacher walkout.
Lawmakers and educators who took part in discussions leading
to the governors announcement said they thought it would be Jan January
uary January or early February. To get the governors promise, the mil militant
itant militant Florida Education Association called off a decision day
mass teacher meeting that had been slated for Sunday and also
suspended sanctions activities.
Kirk said all the state's resources and the resources of the 50,000-
teacher FEA will be thrown into action behind the Governors Com Commission
mission Commission on Quality Education, moving up the due date of the finished
report from December, 1968, to January or sooner.
The governors legislative assistant, Wade Hopping, called it a
crash program similar to the Manhattan Project that came up
with the atom bomb.
State School Superintendent Floyd Christian announced he was as assigning
signing assigning several key members of his staff to join effort. He also called
on county school superintendents to release teachers with pay to
work with the commission.
g Sweetheart Contestants |§
Besides electing Leg Council members today, UF voters will pick
a sweetheart to reign over Homecoming activities. The candidates
are, from left, above, Janis Biewend, sponsored by the Engineering
Society; Patty Bohannon, Sigma Nus entry; and Carol Still, sponsored
by Kappa Alpha.

Thursday, October 19, 1967

cruitment, recruitment, financial control, the
relationship of the Union Board
to SG and to the Board of Man Managers,
agers, Managers, and the Union Board role
in programming campus events.
Shepherd said that he had heard
complaints from two members of
the Union Board that there had
been much disagreement in the
office.
He also complained that ac activities
tivities activities in the new Reitz Union
are little different from activ activities
ities activities in the old Union and of offered
fered offered little for the student to
become actively interested in.
The activities that the Union
Board are supposedly putting on
stink," Shepherd said.
The Board of Managers will
appoint a committee to study the
areas outlined by Shepherd and
will report their findings at the
next meeting, Nov. 15.

Inside
Fall Elections
Set For Today
See Page 3



!, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, October 19,1967

Page 2

Norman Thomas Blasts
Draft And Vietnam War

By MICHAEL ABRAMS
Alligator Staff Writer
Norman Thomas, the American patriarch of social socialism,
ism, socialism, denounced the Vietnamese war and the draft
last night before a standing-room-only crowd in
UF's McCarty Auditorium.
If I were young again/ said the 82-year-old
six-time candidate for the presidency, at all costs
the one thing I would not do would be to fight this
war. The Vietnamese war is wrong. It is so wrong
it besmirches our whole American way of life.
Thomas called for American troops to get
entirely out of Southeast Asia. We, as the init initiators
iators initiators of agression must beome the iniatiators of
peace.
I am very concerned about the world We
have yet to learn how terrible the cost of war is
for mankind. This worship of violence as some
kind of purgative is a terrible error in human
affairs.
You need the most extraordinary justification
for this mass-killing which is war," he said.
You need proof that there is no other way. Am Americans
ericans Americans fail to understand the great cruelty they
are part of.
The selective service also come under heavy fire
by Thomas This is a huge, impersonal govern government.

Anna Moffo Here Friday?

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International opera star Anna
Moffo will be coming to the Un Union
ion Union Theatre Friday night in the
film version of Verdi's La Tra Traviata
viata" Traviata not only on the screen,
but possibly 1b person.
A Columbia Pictures executive
will be here today to discuss
arrangements for Miss Moffos
appearance. Nothing is definite
yet, but the film committee is
hoping she will be able to make
a personal appearance.
La Traviata is the first of
three films in a special campus
program brought here through
Columbia Pictures.

ment. government. They say you must believe what we tell
you to believe. They take two years out of a man's
life and subject him to a fate worse than slavery.
In castigating the present Vietnamese government
Thomas called it a government of low character,
a far departure from democracy.
Although he conceded that President Lyndon John Johnson
son Johnson had made some fine speeches, he said he hoped
Johnson would repent for the war.
There is more joy in heaven for one sinner who
repents than for ninety nine others who live on,
he said. I don't think heaven is too happy lately.
Because of the war we are avoiding the kind
of war on poverty we ought to wage. We are ac accustoming
customing accustoming our boys to the idea of great violence.
The military was also condemned by the socialist
speaker.
I challenge the notion that it takes experts to
recognize the origins of this struggle. I do not know
a single military prediction of what was going to
happen to Vietnam to be correct.
We are a carrying on a war which we did not
declare in a faraway place under uncertain sanc sanctions
tions sanctions with the nobel mission of saving the world.
People sort of feel sorry for the old man,
he smiled, referring to himself. They say why don't
you run. I say I can't walk.

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Tydings Address Ton/ghf]
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ON EVE OF ELECTION
Party Heads Continue
To Wage Verbal War

More election
stories page 11
By FRED MCNEESE
Alligator Staff Writer
United party leaders charged
Wednesday that Student Body
President Charles Shepherd
made a political grandstand play
when he called for a special
session of the legislature to deal
with constitutional revision.
Shepherd called for the session
Tuesday, two days before the fall
legislative elections.

Issues At A Glance
THE TWO-PARTY SYSTEM United party has
boasted of experienced legislative leaders and has called
for the continuation of the two-party system in
student government. First party has controlled the
executive branch since the last election, while United
has held the legislative majority.
ELECTION OF HOMECOMING SWEETHEART
for the first time in UF history, students will elect
the sweetheart. The candidates are Janis Biewand, Patty
Bohannon and Carol Still.
STUDENT PUBLICATIONS AUTONOMY-- has re received
ceived received support from both United and First parties this
fall.
THE CARD SECTION introduced into the cam campaign
paign campaign as a major political issue by First party, but
United has withheld judgement.
SEMINOLE NAME-CHANGE failed on a re referendum
ferendum referendum last spring because not enough people vote
on the issue itself.
A NEW COLISEUM calls for a new athletic
coliseum to be built from funds provided by each stu student
dent student paying $5 in excess of registration fees.

Long Voting Lines
Not Expected Today

There should be no long lines
today for the Student Govern Government
ment Government legislative elections, ac according
cording according to Secretary of the In Interior
terior Interior Joe Hilliard. Polling
machines have been set up at
all campus living areas as well
as the Florida Union, to handle
the predicted turnout.
Taking heed of past experience,
officials have placed more voting
machines in those areas that
bring in the heaviest votes. Still
more machines will be in reserve
in the event of an unusually large
turnout.
Last year $35 million
in college and trade school
scholarships went unused unusedbecause
because unusedbecause no qualified per persons
sons persons knew how or where
to apply. Thousands of
these do not depend on
scholastic standing, finan financial
cial financial need, or age. SRI en engineers
gineers engineers and educators have
programmed an electronic
computer to easily and
quickly locate scholar scholarships
ships scholarships for which they qual qualify.
ify. qualify. The applicant fills out
a detailed, confidential
questionair and returns it
to SRI, with a one-time
computer-processing fee
of sls. In seconds, the com computer
puter computer compares his qual qualifications
ifications qualifications against require requirements
ments requirements and prints an in individualized
dividualized individualized report to the
applicant telling him where
and when to apply for
scholarships for which he
qualifies. Allow ten days
for research and reply.

Im disturbed at the method
Shepherd used when he called
for the special session short shortly
ly shortly before the election, Gary
Goodrich commented. I think he
is trying to get extra mileage
for himself in the Alligator.
Charles Shepherd answered the
charges by saying that if some something
thing something was to be done about the
revision, it had to be done now.
Both party leaders agreed that
United Party backed a revision
of the constitution.
In fact, Greg Johnson said,
United Party and Shepherd had
reached an agreement to start

Students will need both their
brown fee card and picture I.D.
in order to vote.

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writing a new constitution after
the elections.
Goodrich also said he doubted
if Shepherd had the power to call
the special session. He stated he
felt sure that Shepherd had no
power to dictate the session a agenda.
genda. agenda.
It is the council's place to
call for a special session, John Johnson
son Johnson declared. It is not the pres presidents.
idents. presidents.
Shepherd retorted that the
president of the student body was
empowered to call special meet meetings
ings meetings of the legislative body.
I am prepared to call special
meetings of the legislature until
we can revise the constitution,
Shepherd said.
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qualified persons applied . because
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have programmed a high-speed com computer
puter computer with 700,000 items of scholastic
aid, worth over SSOO million, to permit
students to easily and quickly locate
scholarships for which they qualify
The student fills out a detailed, con confidential
fidential confidential questionnaire and returns it to
ECS, with a one-time computer-proces computer-processing
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requirements of grants set up by foun foundations,
dations, foundations, business, civic, fraternal, re
ligious, and government organizations
and prints a personalized report to
the student telling him where and when
to apply for grants for which he qual qualifies.
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Thursday, October 19, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

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Whole Fryers 27< lb.
Pan Sausage 39$ lb.
Sliced Bacon 39$ lb.
(Limit 3 Please)
Calf Liver 98$ lb.
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Smoked Sausage 59$ lb.
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Oysters Pt. 51.39
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Two Locations
Near The Campus
34th Street and 34th Street
Archer Road and Univ. ve.

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The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Octoberlll9 1 1967

Page 4

CAMPUS
EVENTS
IN THE VOICE OF DEMOC DEMOCRACY:
RACY: DEMOCRACY: UF voters get a chance
to make their voices heard today.
All students are to vote In their
own living areas. Off-campus
students may vote In the J. Wayne
Reitz Union. Polls are open from
7:30 until 6 p.m.
IN BIG NAMES ON CAMPUS:
Anna Moffo, the star of the movie
La Traviata, will be on cam campus
pus campus for the screening of the
movie Friday evening in the Reitz
Union Auditorium at 7 and 9:15.
*
IN SWEET, SWEET VICTORY:
Films of UFs Gators bouncing
back big against Tulane will be
shown tonight in the J. Wayne
Reitz Union Auditorium at 8 o
clock.
MEANWHILE, BACK AT THE
RANCH: The Circle K gang meet
in room 150 D of the Reitz Union
tonight at 7.
IN BREAKING BREAD WITH
BAPTISTS: There will be a Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship Supper at the Baptist
Student Center at 5:30 p.m. to today.
day. today.
IN SERVICE CLUBS: Florida
Blue Key meets in room 150 B
and C of the Reitz Union at
7:30 tonight.
Pond Duck
Found Mangled
Veterinary doctors have put
to sleep a mangled duck found
by a UF coed at the Reitz Union
pond.
Coed Debbie Barnes, 2UC,
found the duck staggering help helplessly
lessly helplessly on a walkway.
Dr. Fred C. Neal, professor
of veterinary science, said that
is was possible the wounds had
been caused by an alligator. He
added that it was not unheard
of for alligators to attack ducks.

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Twin Dormitory:
'An Emergency
SGs Secretariat of Housing, headed by Housing Secretary Jack
Zucker, declared the Twin Towers an emergency housing problem
Monday after improvements in facilities showed no signs of imple implementation.
mentation. implementation. The Division of Housing has been asked to direct its
attention to problems encountered by Tower residents.
Zucker said that during a tour made of the Towers made two weeks
ago, he and Student Body President Charles Shepherd had heard
complaints that water pressure was extremely low on every floor,
including the second.
He went on to say that there was no indication that any work
had been done to correct this situation.
Other complaints centered around the telephone system.
Room phones, designed to be installed in each room and paid
for by a section of the housing rent, have yet to be installed. The one
occupied tower construction on the other is not yet completed
has only five lines stemming from its temporary switchboard for
the entire 13 floors to use.
The buzzer system also has not been installed.
The secretariat is asking that students be refunded $lO out of
housing rent if phones are not installed by Nov. 1, said Zucker.
Both situations (the low water pressure and the telephone system)
warrant the Housing Offices immediate attention.
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10-19

I! Police Have Missing Bikes ]|
The UF police department has over 100 bicycles and two motor
scooters which belong to UF students.
The bikes were left in the custody of police by students who
left campus for summer vacations. The bikes have not yet been
claimed by the owners.
Lt. V. K. Holliman said that students who want their bikes should
come to the police station and claim them.
,
Hillel Foundation
Friday Evening, Oct. 20, 1967
Succouth Service 7:30 P.M.
A.P.M. Reverend Roy Mercer
Topic: "Social Issues Facing Christains"
SUNDAY BRUNCH 11 A.M.
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Cheerleaders Jana Feldman (standing), At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, and Janet Martin, Hollywood, get set
to paste a car with a UF Homecoming bumper
strip. After Saturdays victory over Tulane
(35-0), Homecoming slogan, Happiness Is
Being A Gator seems appropriate for Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming weekend, Oct. 27-28.
Smith New Head
Os Pathology Dept.

Dr. Richard T. Smith, Inter Internationally
nationally Internationally distinguished immun immunologist
ologist immunologist and pediatrician is the new
chairman of the UF College of
Medicines Department of Path Pathology,
ology, Pathology, Dean Emanuel Sutter has
announced.
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SMITH
The appointment, effective im immediately,
mediately, immediately, thus fills the vacancy
created some months ago by the
resignation of Dr. Joshua Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, who went to a similar
post at the University of Indiana.
Dr. Smith was the first chair chairman
man chairman of the Department of Ped Pediatrics
iatrics Pediatrics in the College of Medicine.
For the past year, Dr. Smith
has been conducting studies at
Swedens Karolinska Institute on ontumor
tumor ontumor cell biology and malignant
growth under sponsorship of the
National Institutes of Health and
the Commonwealth Fund.
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Ten years ago, Dr. Smith dis dispelled
pelled dispelled a principal dogma of im immunology
munology immunology that newborn animals
were incapable of immunological
response by showing that one oneday-old
day-old oneday-old human infants are cap capable
able capable of responding to typhoid
vaccine.
This breakthrough lead to more
findings on immune responses of
the newborn by Dr. Smith and
other scientists.

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By DICK REGESTER
Alligator Correspondent
Construction bids are being
taken fora 150-space paved park parking
ing parking area and entrance drive at
Reitz Union, according to Wil William
liam William J. Osborn, assistant dir director
ector director of operations.
The State Road Department,

Financial Assistance
Available To Grads

Superior students need not
worry about financial assistance
for graduate school, according to
Dr. T. W. Herbert, chairman of
the President's Graduate Awards
Committee.
A great number of stipend an announcements
nouncements announcements are available inTi inTigert
gert inTigert Hall, Room 238, Herbert
said. Any interested students
should see their department ad adviser,
viser, adviser, and then consult the grad graduate
uate graduate catalogs of universities they
think of attending, Herbert sug suggested.
gested. suggested. These catalogs are avail available
able available in the social science reading
room of the college library.
Actually, the highest stipends
are awarded students with a 3.5
or better grade point average,
but a 3.0 average will merit
substantial assistance.
Herbert stressed that UF stu students
dents students have always done, except exceptionally
ionally exceptionally well academically when
pitted against almost any other
university in the nation.
According to Dr. Herbert, the
three main sources of financial
help for graduate students are:
I News Tips
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working hours with any news.
One caller will receive $5 for
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month.

Thursday, October 19, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

in charge of the final engineer engineering
ing engineering and supervision on the pro project,
ject, project, has scheduled November
10 as the deadline for opening
bids.
Estimated completion is four
months from Nov. 10, with a 90
day construction period beginning
40 days after bids are opened.

the federal government, specific
Foundation such as the Wood Woodrow
row Woodrow Wilson, Danforth, and
Rhodes, and the individual in institutions
stitutions institutions themselves.
Most graduate schools require
applicants to take the Graduate
Record Examination. It should be
taken as early in the senior year
as possible, Herbert said. Ap Application
plication Application blanks and booklets con containing
taining containing dates are available in the
individual Graduate School office
at Tigert Hall.

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Osborn stated that only land
at the south end of the union
will be paved for parking. Ground
surrounding the theater unit win
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on the west side site for the
entrance drive and circle.
I Burt Changes I
Address Dated
Due to administrative diffic difficulties,
ulties, difficulties, Jesse Burt, director of
teacher recruitment for the state
Department of Education, will not
address the Student Florida Ed Education
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refloat tho opinion of ths writer or cartoonist and not necessarily
that of tho Florida Alligator unless specifically indicated.

Today UF students go
to the polls to elect
members of the Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Council.
Although the fall elec elections
tions elections are ordinarily con considered
sidered considered unimportant, this
year particular emphasis
is being placed on them
by both United and First
parties.
Both parties have reason
for their interest in the
elections.
United party risks a pos possible,
sible, possible, but highly improb improbable
able improbable loss of control in Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Council if a large
part of their slate is not
elected. And First Party
seeks control of the leg legislative
islative legislative body so that Stu Student
dent Student Body President
Charles Shepherd will have
a friendly majority with
which to work in the coun council.
cil. council.
At the least Shepherd
would like to see an ef effective
fective effective minority block of
his party in the council.
Other issues on the bal ballot
lot ballot include the question of
keeping the card section in
its present form, altering

Let's Discuss Education

The day is coming for the
teach-in for higher educat education
ion education proposed last week by
the Alligator. The day is
next Monday.
Right about now students
and faculty should be busy
thinking about the problem s
facing education so that
when they sit down together
during the third period on
Monday they will all be
able to contribute active actively
ly actively to the discussion.
The problems in Florida
education are real and our
concern is genuine.
The little red temporary
school houses which now
dot the land are not good
enough for Floridas child children.
ren. children.
The dirty, old, tempor temporary
ary temporary structures, erected in
1945 and 1946 on the UF
campus do not serve a adequately
dequately adequately as communi communication
cation communication science annexes or
photographic services
buildings.

The
Florida Alligator
To Let The People Know
Steve Hull
Editor

Harvey Alper
Managing Editor
Harold Aldrich
Nws Editor

Todays Election

Harold Kennedy
Executive Editor
Boh Padecky
Sports Editor

it or abolishing the special
section entirely.
Students will also be
asked to vote for or ag against
ainst against compulsory ROTC.
The question of whether
or not students want to
pay an additional $5 reg registration
istration registration fee, each quarter,
so that a coliseum can be
constructed here is also on
the ballot.
We think the students
have some important deci decisions
sions decisions to make. ROTC, the
coliseum and the card sec section
tion section are issues which re return
turn return to the fore every year.
A concensus on these mat matters
ters matters will be valuable.
The more pleasant ques question
tion question of selecting a home homecoming
coming homecoming sweetheart is also
before the student body.
Weve given this ques question
tion question serious consideration
and decided to vote Yes
in our best non-partisan
manner. Its just too bad
we cant vote yes for all
three pretty girls at once.
And so, we hope you will
get to the polls today.

The truth is many of
these buildings are neither
safe nor pretty.
And the low salaries of
, grade school and univer university
sity university teachers in Florida
cannot be tolerated.
Something has got to be
done, and it has got to be
done now.
We must show our con concern
cern concern for the current sit situation
uation situation Monday. We must
show legislators and the
governor that we will not
tolerate a step-child school
system.
Florida should have
schools as good as any in
the nation.
It doesnt have them now,
and even with all the talk,
it probably wont have them
by 1975.
We urge the students and
faculty to discuss these
problems and others. We
urge a call for action --
now.

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Let Him Choose
; By Bob Moran

Patriotism. That thing that almost almoststatesmen
statesmen almoststatesmen talk about on national holidays.
They always say it is dying and there is
not enough "old time flag waving."
Well sometimes there is enough, more
than enough. Then it becomes an ulgy thing
and when it raises its twisted head, it
frankly stinks.
A case in point is the record played
on top-forty radio stations called "An
Open Letter to My Son." If you have not
heard it, give your star spangled ears a
thrill. But as the "Battle Hymn of the
Republic" becomes louder in the back background
ground background and you become overcome with love
of country and hate of domestic "emenies"
remember one thing you are being had.
"I love you too, son. But I also love
our country and the things for which it
stands. So if you decide ot burn your draft
card, then also burn you birth certificate.
For, from that moment on, I have no
son."
Fiddlesticks.
fyhen a young man destroys his draft
card, he is not symbolically destroying
the United States. He is demonstrating,
quite emphatically, a protest against the
draft, Vietnam of a combination of the two.
Lets look to Vietnam first. Where did
this feeling that to disagree with Vietnam
policy is un-American originate? President
Johnson, he began hinting that maybe these
people were hurting in their love of country.
Some influential lawmakers (Everett Dirk Dirksen,
sen, Dirksen, for example) picked up the banner
and carried it aloft to share the staff
with the stars and striDes.
Put, dear people, there is sincerity among
the aisenter. When somebody joins a pro protest
test protest march, he is not joining a hate Am America
erica America march, he is caring enough to try,
somehow, to show his country where it is
wrong. Granted you may find the anti-
American, the subversive and yes, even the
communist once in awhile. But they are
in the inority.
You can find this same element teach teaching
ing teaching sc jols around the country. But no in intelligent
telligent intelligent person makes the generalization
that teachers are communists. Most are
dedicated Americans. Most Vietnam critics

(and/or protestors) are dedicated to what
they think is right, morally and for the
principles this country says it rests on.
What about the draft? While it is said
that draft card burners are un-American,
it seems no one asks if the draft is un-
American.
One hand points a gun at the draft card
burner whihe the other points to the Con Constitution.
stitution. Constitution. A voice asks, "Whats the matter
with you? Dont you know how lucky you
are? You have a Constitution that says
you are free.
But read that Constitution. It does not
pull punches. It speaks clearly and with without
out without reservations about involuntary servi servitude.
tude. servitude. The thirteenth amendment (sectionl)
says, "Neither slavery nor involuntary ser servitude,
vitude, servitude, except as a punishment for crime
whereof the party shall have been duly
convicted, shall exist within the United
States . .
Is it a crime to be a male between 18
and 35 years old? It would seem so. But
who is assuming the right to "duly con convict"
vict" convict" by a physical examination?
This clearly un-Constitutional practice is
still defended by those who think it is
necessary. But it is not. A column does
not allow the space to put forth alter alternatives.
natives. alternatives.
The question should not be is the draft
necessary but rather which among the many
alternatives is best.
You can say all the nice things you
want about the armed forces but when you
peel away the curtain of grandeur the fact
remains the uniformed boys job is
to kill. Why must it be that murder is the
only way a boy can serve his country?
The least a free country could do is
to give a boy a choice. There is so much
to be done constructively. It seems so
wrong to say destruction is the only way
a boy can honorably serve his country.
So when you listen to "An Open Letter
to My Son" and you see somebodv with
a tear in his eye saying the record is
terrible, think to yourself, "It must be
frustrating as hell to stand up for what
you think is right and then have some guy
practically put you on the subversive list
just to make a stinking dollar.''



OPEN FORUM:
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There is no hope for the complacent man/ 9

Coronation Ball Should
Be A Formal Affair

MR. EDITOR:
As an Independent at the Un University
iversity University of Florida, I am limited
in the social functions which I
may attend. None of those avail available
able available thus far have been For Formal
mal Formal events. When I was informed
that the Coronation Ball was to
be initiated at Homecoming, I
felt that this would give my girl girlfriend
friend girlfriend and me a chance to attend
possibly the only Formal
Dance which would be open to
Independents during the school
year. We were both dejected when
informed that the Coronation
Ball was to be semi-formal.
A number of Independents, both
male and female, are in the
process of questioning the suit suitability

Student Defends
ROTC Program
MR. EDITOR:
In reference to the letters by Mr. Karl Pledger I wish to say,
are you kidding. The ROTC program here at the university serves
no purpose thats true, but why boycott? The ROTC is a part of the
curriculum, as well as the comprehensive courses are. There are
required courses at any university that can be attended. Though it
may not be ROTC, it is still a required course. Attending ROTC
may inconvenience Mr. Pledger, I am sure, but then again classes,
tests, and studies probably do to. Mr. Pledger says, or tries to
infer that ROTC is complementry to going into the armed service.
How about getting the facts right.
There is a difference between a loyality pledge and an oath. Some Someone
one Someone should try and explain this difference to Mr. Pledger. Who
knows maybe the armed services would not have him.
DAVID CABLE 2UC

Compulsory ROTC,
An Accepted Fact

MR. EDITOR:
The party line of the campus
cool-ones is getting rather tire tiresome.
some. tiresome. These people knew that
to become a U of F student there
were certain obligations to ful fulfill.
fill. fulfill. One of these obligations is
compulsory ROTC. Mr. Karl
Pledger lUC (Advice and Dissent,
Oct. 11) knew this when he ap applied.
plied. applied. If he didnt like it, why
didn't he go somewhere else?
He has accepted this condition
in his contract now he should
quietly fulfill it.
I would also like to point out
for the benefit of Mr. Thomas
Sharpless 7 AS,(Advice and Dis Dissent,
sent, Dissent, Oct. 11) that Pakistan, In India
dia India and Japan are not in South
East Asia. However, Thailand
is and while I was there I saw
that their government and the
people favored our governments
position in Viet Nam.
Why? Because in areas around
Udorn, bon and Cheignmal there
are guerrilla groups (Thai Cong)

ability suitability of making such an im important
portant important occasion semi-formal.
It is our opinion that either
the word Ball be changed to
Dance or the manner of dress
changed to what is, or should
be, considered proper; that is,
Formal. We would prefer the
latter change be made.
I would like to be informed
as to who decided FOR the stu students
dents students and Faculty that this affair
be semi-formal. The excuse that
the girls wouldnt have enough
time to change following Gator
Growl is invalid because 1) the
Ball lasts until 2:00 p.m. 2)
I know of girls who feel so
strongly about the Ball being
Formal that they are beginning
a petition to get the manner

many of which are officered by
North Vietnamese and trained by
the Chinese. The TC doesnt
represent the will of the people
but yet they are forcefully trying
to overthrow the Thai govern government.
ment. government. Mark my words but if we
dont win in Viet Nam the next
war will begin in Thailand. That
is why the Thais have sent
troops to Viet Nam. That is why
thousands of men volunteered
when the government asked for
men to man its Viet Nam bound
Panther Division.
Concerning Radio Hanoi, in
1958 and 1959 they may have
been opposed to the NLF. How However,
ever, However, I personally listened to
their broadcasts and those of
Radio Peiking at various times
from July 1964 to June 1967
and I found that their position
has changed since 1958. The
Glorious Liberation Front has
the full backing of Hanoi.
DAVID E. COOK 3AS

of dress changed to Formal.
I only hope that it is not too
late to get this change made.
JULIUS DAVID MOORE, 4AS
Politics Must
Not Control
Our Education
MR. EDITOR:
As a Florida student I would
like to write in favor of your
proposed one day walkout against
Kirk, because it is obvious that
if he isnt stopped, there wont
be a university which will remain
accredited in this state. If there
is anyone who is guilty of Czar Czarist
ist Czarist moves it is Kirk.
It is ironic that he is always
accusing FEA of trying to dic dictate
tate dictate to him their demands while
at the same time Kirk is trying
to dictate his own corrupt ways
to educators. When he told Re Regents
gents Regents Chairman, Chester Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson to resign, that was the
last straw, its time all of us:
faculty, students, and anyone else
concerned with education, rise up
in support of Ferguson and show
that so-called businessman how
we stand.
The conduct of our first Re Republican
publican Republican Governor in nearly a
century has been deplorable. I
remember two years ago when
Governor Burns brought on the
possibility of disaccreditation
when he allegedly had wanted
President Reitz to resign, but
there can be no comparison be between
tween between that of Burns and that of our
present acting Governor,
Claudius Maximilius Kirk.
Its too bad that for three more
years we are going to have to
put up with this political mis misfit,
fit, misfit, unless he is removed from
office by impeachment or other
legal action. So students and fac faculty,
ulty, faculty, lets all unite against our
common enemy, Kirk, and walk
out for one day at the same time
the FEA holds theirs, for only
by forming a united front and
meeting force with force, can we
win the war against Kirk.
TONY FERNANDEZ, 2UC

LSD: A Cure For Sickness?

MR. EDITOR:
Hippies, prospective hippies,
pseudo hippies, as well as non nonhippies
hippies nonhippies may find some of Mar Marcia
cia Marcia Moores notions expanding.
In her recent book, YOGA,
SCIENCE OF THE SELF, she
and Mark Douglas observe:
The difference between the
LSD experience and Samadhi is
analogous to the difference be between
tween between blasting a hole in a wall
of your house to let in the light,
and putting in a carefully con constructed

Thursday, October 19, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Favors Whlkout

MR. EDITOR:
In disagreement with Jim
Clark, I want to commend you
for NOT maintaining a compla complacent,
cent, complacent, neutral slumber during the
controversy surrounding Mr.
Ferguson.
It seems the important issue
is becoming lost in an entangle entanglement
ment entanglement of personalities. There is a
principle involved that is far
greater than whether we person personally
ally personally like Mr. Ferguson or Gov Governor
ernor Governor Kirk. A stand taken in this
controversy should not be a stand
taken in support of or against
a man, but a stand for a prin principle:
ciple: principle: For the freedom of edu education
cation education from political interfer interference.
ence. interference.
Whether we agreed with some something
thing something Chester Ferguson said on
Oct. 5 cannot be a determin determining
ing determining factor. We must not lose
sight of the ONLY real and cru crucial
cial crucial factor Should the re removal
moval removal from office of Mr. Fer Ferguson,
guson, Ferguson, or anyone connected with
our Universities, be left to the
whim of a politician?

Letters to the editor should be limited
M to 300 words All letters must ||
however upon request the writers name
|j; can be withheld Correspondence will be
M subject to standard editing procedures so M
sji that it complies with space limitations Jig:
tn .. j # . ....
-v
Vending Machines
Are Anti-Student

MR. EDITOR:
After a few weeks of costly
study, I am now positive that
the vending machines on this
campus are anti-student. Let me
explain.
I use vending machines to a
large extent for such goodies as
laundry soap, candy, coke, and
milk. Or at least I used to.
But I have found that the vend vending
ing vending machines, like some people,
are fond of taking without giv giving
ing giving in return.
Now I am a calm, peaceful
individual who likes to rise at
seven a.m., walk to a vending
machine (to use the snack bar
I would have to get dressed)
and purchase from it some milk
to use with my powdered break breakfast.
fast. breakfast. This unfortunate policy of
machine buying has cost me fifty
cents, as twice I have given the
greedy machines a quarter and
have had a dime returned (but
no milk); once Ive given it fif fifteen
teen fifteen cents, but all for naught;

structed constructed window to open and shut
at will . nevertheless, many
people may be so closed in, or
so inept at carpentry that in order
to get started they need this
original blast.
Medicine is often a form of
poison and yet, given in the pro proper
per proper dosage, it can heal. Des Despite
pite Despite its misuses LSD may be
serving as a badly needed an antidote
tidote antidote for the sickness of our
materialistic age. We still wish,
however, that it were possible
to be so healthy minded that

If we of the University com community
munity community decide this issue does
not merit our support and retire
into a comfortable neutral pos position
ition position while politics gets a foot
in the door of our Universities,
where does it stop? If a pol politician
itician politician can conveniently dispose
of a member of the Regents, is
it too far-fetched to suppose that
ultimately the selection or re rejection
jection rejection of the faculty will be de dependant
pendant dependant upon political views
that a student will be denied ad admission
mission admission because of his parents
vote? Ridiculous? Perhaps But
one thing is not the presence
of politics at our threshold is,
at most, a threat and at very
least, a degrading indignity.
Educational institutions are too
rapidly assuming the personality
of big business. We, the few
idealists who still stubbornly be believe
lieve believe in the greater ideals, dig dignity
nity dignity and prestiege of higher edu education,
cation, education, must and will continue
our anguished cries against the
subjection of our Universities to
political favor and Big Bosses.
JENI COLUMBUS

and once Ive given it fifteen
cents and had a dime returned
(again, no milk).
The machines for Coke, soap,
and candy follow the same basic
pattern. Ive spent thirty cents
for Coke-cups full of air, ten
cents for an invisable soap box,
and another dime for candy that
never came. These antics are
not limited to the machines in
my beloved Weaver Hall. They
are at least universal to Tol Tolbert
bert Tolbert Area, though I can not really
speak with authority for the en entire
tire entire campus.
What can we do about these
coin-conniving, money- monger mongering
ing mongering machines? Nothing much. If
you use them, they misuse you.
All I know Is that I am here
not on a scholarship, but ra rather
ther rather on my own meager means,
and I cannot afford to send a
family of vending machines
through college.
DONALD D. CARTER, lUC

the medicine would not be re required.
quired. required.
A psychiatrist we know has
been lecturing to students on
How to Get High without the
Aid of Chemistry", and we en endorse
dorse endorse his motto: Meditate;dont
medicate."
The Kingdom of God
cannot be taken by storm.
The dawn comes gently.
NAME WITHHELD

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dles handles excellently, call 378-7261
after 6 P.M. (A-19-3t-p)
MUST SELL .... TEN THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND BOOKS by Friday. All
kinds. 10 420 East University across from
Public Library. (A-19-2t-p)
1965 HONDA 50, nice condition.
Black and white, 3 speed, $95.
Contact Henon at 501 Murphree E
or 372-9426 after 6 P.M. (A (A---19-4t-p)
--19-4t-p) (A---19-4t-p)
NOR FOR SALE, BUT MEANT
TO BE USED. Call in person any
Sunday 11:00 A.M. University
Lutheran Church, 1826 W. Univ University
ersity University Avenue. (A-19-st-p)
1962 LAMBRETTA, $l2O or best
offer. Call 378-8959 after 5 P.M.
ask for Bob. (A-19-3t-p)
for rent
TRAVEL TRAILER WANT
WEEKEND accommodations or
planning a trip? Rent my travel
trailer by weekend, week or
month. 378-8547. (B-17-3t-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)
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)

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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)
HAVE EXTRA BED to rent in
room with two other girls. $35
month across from SanteFe Col College.
lege. College. 105 NW 7th Terr. 378-
4018. (B- 19-3 t-p)
TAKE OVER LEASE lux. apart apartment
ment apartment . Air conditioned, pool,
1/2 block from campus. 378-
2221. Apt. 417. (B-19-lt-p)
APARTMENT available. Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming weekend. Two beds in
bedroom, Studio couch in bar barliving
living barliving room. Kitchen facilities.
SSO. Prefer parents. Call 378-
5186. (B-19-3t-nc)
PETER PAN MOTEL, US 41 and
27 North. Two rooms still avail available
able available for homecoming weekend.
JAB-3941. (B-19-2t-c)
services
TENNIS 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.
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Free pick up and delivery on
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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-st-c)
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)
NEED MONEY? EARN WHILE
LEARNING THROUGH AIR pol pollution
lution pollution co-opprogram. Tuitionand
SBO per month, no obligation
incurred. Junior standing requir required
ed required in chemistry, physics or en engineering.
gineering. engineering. Work period jobs open
in Atlanta and Florida Cities.
Contact Dr. Sholtes, Ext. 2255.
(E-19-3t-c)

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, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, October 19, 1967

help wanted
WELL PAY YOU TO HAVE FUN:
Enthusiastic, energetic junior or
senior to write chapter for stu student
dent student guidebook. Expenses and fee
plus by-line and short biography.
Tell us who you are immediate immediately.
ly. immediately. Write 4 WHERE THE FUN
IS U.S.A. Simon and Schuster,
630 Fifth Avenue. New York,N.Y.
10020. (E-19-lt-c)
PART-TIME HELP. Need male
student experienced in fitting and
selling mens suits, slacks,
sports coats, etc. Excellent
working conditions, discount and
other benefits. Apply Wilson De Department
partment Department Stores, Inc. (E-19-
st-c)
autos
1964 FIAT $350. In good con condition.
dition. condition. Receipts to show recent
valve job, brakes, and tune up.
Call: Univ. Ext. 2834 (Barbara)
before 5 P.M. or see at Ideal
Trailer Court, 2200 N.E. Waldo
Road, Lot 20. (G-16-3t-nc)
GTO, 1965, 4 speed, positract positraction,
ion, positraction, power brakes, power steer steering,
ing, steering, 4-barrel carb, Hedman head headers,
ers, headers, 26,000 miles, $1,995. 376-
8378. (G-19-lt-p)
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-
10t-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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ten charms. Priceless to owner.
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Rawlings, Cassie, (L-19-2t-
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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)
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dog. Lost on campus, 10 weeks
old, short hair. Call 372-3716
after 5:30 P.M. (L-17-3t-p)
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couple or single student. Living
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and insurance. Call Anna Hinson
378-2558. (I-15-10t-c)
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LIVING

Thursday, October 19, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Christmas Sweaters

By LESLIE LEPENE
Alligator Staff Writer
Dottle Parrish, owner of
Dottles Knitting Box, des described
cribed described several tried and true
ideas, such as gloves and
mittens. But how about knit knitted
ted knitted T.V.Guide covers?
Christmas is near, so, for
all the girls with boyfriends
who have everything, we
have a suggestion. On your
mark, get set knit.
Would you believe men
would use such things as
knit doorstops, embrodered
with a saying such as Let
A Smile Be Your Umbrella,
and wrapped around a brick?
Other novelties, according
to Mrs. Parrish, include
knitted initials glued on the
Then there are the sweat sweaters.

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DALE. LAUDERDALE. Leave Friday, October
20, return Sunday, October 22,
Experienced pilot with Cherokee
180, Don Kozich, 378-1863. (J (J---
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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.
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come of age. Happy Birthday!!
Love Duffy. (J-19-lt-nc)

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ers. sweaters. For the beginner, the
V-neck pullover or tur turtle
tle turtle neck is popular. If a girl
allows herself plenty of time,
she can complete it in ab about
out about one month.
For the girl with more
nimble fingers, a Fisher Fisherman's
man's Fisherman's knit is the rage.
Fairly simple to make, it
takes regular size needles
and a new acrilic yarn, made
with mohair, called arly.
It can also be made in knit knitting
ting knitting worsted (a basic four fourstrand
strand fourstrand yarn) using a number
6-8 needle (the sizes run
from 0-15, the higher the
number, the thicker the
needle.) This sweater is
very good for men, and
looks very masculine, said
Mrs. Parrish.

wanted
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)
WANTED: TWO TICKETS to
homecoming, FSU & Georgia/
Florida games. Call: Mr. Mason
376-6461. (C- 19-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)
WANTED: ONE BEDROOM a apartment
partment apartment near University. Call
Varsha Ext. 2455 or 376-1889.
(C-19-3t-p)

Page 9

Viet Cong On Campus?
Yes, Theater-etically

UF Boy Meets UF Girl

By ALLEN PEIREIONI
Alligator Staff Writer
Ever wonder what goes through
a freshmans mind when he en encounters
counters encounters an uppergraduate coed
in a prospective date situation?
Scene: the library. At a table
sits one male freshman. He is
joined by a gorgeous Florida
coed.
Our freshman thinks: beautiful
UF coed sitting over there. Same
table as me. Nice, long, blonde
hair. It sort of looks like Cher
in blonde. Eyes are greentoo
dark with makeup? No, just right
to look sexy. Bedroom eyes.
Good figure. She looks friend friendly
ly friendly enough. Wonder what her name
is? Cathy? No, too common. Ur Ursula?

Several students on the UF
campus claim the unique distinct distinction
ion distinction of being Viet Cong guerrillas,
at least for a short time this
summer.
The occasion was not insur insurrection
rection insurrection or even a protest de demonstration,
monstration, demonstration, but rather the film filming
ing filming of John Waynes latest movie,
The Green Berets.
According to sources at the
International Student Center, six
to eight UF students of Chinese,
Thai, Japanese, and Korean back backgrounds
grounds backgrounds were hired by the cast casting
ing casting director to portray Viet Cong
and North and South Vietnamese
soldiers in the movie version

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sula? Ursula? Yes--I name her Ursula.
Dresses in fine taste. So fine finewhat
what finewhat a babe.
She looked over here twice.
Smiled to me or at me? Sar Sarcastic
castic Sarcastic or inviting smile? Should
I ask herwhat? How should I
say it? Wonder what to say saymust
must saymust have a gambit. Borrow a
cigarette? No, idiot! Whole pack
in front of youa match is out outlighter
lighter outlighter in frontbound to see it.
No smoking here anyway.
What if I did meet herand
shes nice as hell and likes me
right off--what would her voice
sound like? Soft and sexy
or coarse and broken? Maybe she
Ursula, you lovely creature,
just got over monoany pins or
engagement ringsdont see any

of Robin Moores best selling
book.
The students, from UF and oth other
er other southern universities, spent
the summer on location in Fort
Benning, Georgia, acting with
John Wayne and David Jansen.
Three of the UF students in involved
volved involved are Jamlong Horkondee,
5 EG and Boonlert Naewchampa,
7ED, both from Thailand, and
Chun Kiat Cua, 7EG from Tai Taiwan.
wan. Taiwan.
The return of the Viet Cong
to the campuses this fall has
stymied production of the film.
Cameras are still rolling, and
no date has been given for the
movies release.

OK, what If we met and I
asked her out. Just what if,"
now-- mere speculation. Go out
somewhere has to be cheap cheapshe
she cheapshe doesnt mind good times
fall in love--have to drop Mar Marion,
ion, Marion, thoughfor this green-eyed
blonde-haired
1 can imagine how she is at
night, wearing my engagement
ring looks coyly here and there
her eyes smile at me and she
glowsshe loves memarry her
move away to where? Should
have one or two kids? In bed
at nightreally love hermust
meet her nowjust begin tklking tklking-low
-low tklking-low voicesit next to her hersee
see hersee Into those greenthat soft
blonde
Why all blondes and never
a brunetteMarion was a brun brunettebleached
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Page 10

', The Florida Alligator, Thursday, October 10,1967

SECOND TIME AROUND
UF Basketball Better

By 808 PADECKY
Aii!£=ito> Sport*
F lorida basketball coach Tommy
Bartlett shuffled through his desk.
Finally he found the scrap of pa paper.
per. paper.
It read, 408 wins, 83 losses,
winning percentage, .830.
Thats Bartleys career coach coaching
ing coaching record. Last year, Bartlett
began his first year here with a
21-4 team that tied for second in
the Southeastern Conference.
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GARY MCELROY
two-year letterrnan
from Clearwater

Quarterback Coach:
Too Much Pressure

By GENE STEPHENS
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI)
That new rule which allows a
quarterback to talk to his coach
during official timeouts has real really
ly really put the pressure on the coach coaches,
es, coaches, says Southeastern Confer Conference
ence Conference Commissioner A.M. Tonto
Coleman.
Coleman, in an interview, said
he feels most coaches would just
as soon the quarterback make
the decision on a third and five
or a fourth and one play.
The commissioner was dis discussing
cussing discussing the rules and dismissed
as insignificant the complaints
in the SEC this season over rules
violations and alleged, bias on
the part of officials.
He said SEC coaches had han handled
dled handled themselves as gentle men
in the cases and none of the com complaints
plaints complaints were serious.
All Coleman could see m the
season so far is a great one
for the SEC noting that three
SEC teams are in the top ten-
Alabama sth, Tennessee 7th, and
Georgia Bth- and all teams are
doing well in attendance and win winning
ning winning consistently in intersection intersectional
al intersectional battles.
Coleman denied that the rules
this year are too complicated.
There are only three basic
changes. he said.
First he noted the punt rule
which has been highly public publicized.
ized. publicized. It requires that the of offensive
fensive offensive interior linemen stay on
the line of scrimmage until the
ball is kicked, giving the re re<*pct
<*pct re<*pct
ceiver a better chance to make
a runback which is supposed to
help the spectator game.
The second change is a rule
which says that the number of
players on the line of scrim scrimmage
mage scrimmage other than ones with num numbers
bers numbers 50 to 79 on their lerseys
is limited to two. Coupled with
a rule requiring seven men on the

This year could be just as good,
Bartlett said Wednesday afternoon
before his daily pre-season prac practice.
tice. practice. If we get the breaks we could
win the conference, said Bart Bartlett,
lett, Bartlett, but well be hampered by a
bad schedule again.
UF opens the season at home in
Florida gym December 1 against
Jacksonville University. But the
Gators then play a Christmas tour tournament
nament tournament and four of their next five
games on the road. And the four
teams are national powers
Kentucky, Florida State, West Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia and Wisconsin.
We really didnt have any
choice on the games we get, said
Bartlett.
Bartlett received 18 games for
his conference schedule. Another
game was the traditional opener
with JU. Bartlett lost two more
on the home-and-away series with
Florida State. That left three
games Bartlett had dates to fill
for his 24-game season.
And the SFX doesnt give us
a break on the scheduling, said
Bartlett, we play most of Dec December
ember December and February on the road
and January at home.
Well have to start right off
in December and win a few in
a row, said Bartlett, otherwise
two or three losses will lie too
much going into that February
road trip.
In February, Florida plays Van Vanderbilt
derbilt Vanderbilt in Nashville, Alabama in
Tuscaloosa, Louisiana State in

offensive line this means there
must be at least five interior
linemen on the line of scrim scrimmage.
mage. scrimmage.
<
This prompted the squabble af after
ter after Alabama beat Mississippi
21 to 7. Retiel Coach Johnny
Vaught pointed out that Alabama
had only four linemen on some
plays and three pass receivers
on the line.
Coleman and other SEC of officials
ficials officials expressed regrets and
said they would require officials
to be on the lookout for it in
the future but the games out outcome
come outcome will stand in the record
books.
The third change is the one
allowing the quarterback to talk
to the coach during time outs.
A fourth change, which Cole Coleman
man Coleman said is not major, allows
the spectator to see about five
to eight more minutes of foot football.
ball. football. It requires the clock be stop stopped
ped stopped during ball changes.

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Baton Rouge and Auburn at Aub Auburn.
urn. Auburn. Its a rough assignment to
tackle the four teams all con conference
ference conference contenders but Bart Bartlett
lett Bartlett feels that he has the club
to do it.
Leading Bartletts list of seven
returning lettermen is captain
David Miller from Delray Beach.
A G-7 senior, Miller averaged
13.9 points a game last year. lie
broke his neck during the spring
but has shed the cast and is going
top speed again.
Two other lettermen, 6-11 cen center
ter center Neal Walk of Miami Beach
and 6-5 guard Gary McElroy of
Clearwater, return to old pos positions.
itions. positions.
Andy Owens, a high school all-
American at Tampa Hillsborough,
was red-shirted last year. Still a
sophomore on the athletic records,
the 6-5 Owens is given the top
shot at the center spot by Bart Bartlett.
lett. Bartlett.
The only position that isnt set
is the guard spot vacated by All-
SEC Skip Higley. Richard Vas Vasquez
quez Vasquez from Houston and Mike Leath Leatherwood
erwood Leatherwood from Pensacola, junior
college transfers, are currently
competing for the post.
Other returning lettermen are
guard Kurt Feazel from Harris Harrisburg,
burg, Harrisburg, 111., Mike Rollyson, guard
from Plant City, forward Harry
Wirikler from West Palm Beach
and guard Boyd Welsch from
Gainesville.
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CHICAGO (UPI) The Am American
erican American League has given official
notification of its desire to ex expand
pand expand to 12 clubs, it was learned
W ednesday.
The American League speci specified
fied specified no date for the proposed ex expansion,
pansion, expansion, but the action bore out
a UPI dispatch of Sept. 27 in
which it was reported Charles
Finley would receive permission
to move his Kansas City Ath Athletics
letics Athletics and American 1 eagueown eagueowners
ers eagueowners would vote to expand to
12 clubs no later than 1970.
In serving notice, the American
League wished to record its in intention,
tention, intention, as prescribed under the
major league rules.
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Thursday, October 19, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

jess denkewalter
alligator sports writer
Change of Direction
In the first half of game three with the Greenies of Tulane,
once again Miami put on a show of offensive lethargy and de defensive
fensive defensive ineptness.
But somewhere, sometime, and somehow in the Orange Bowl
locker room at halftime, Miami underwent a transformation.
They came out in the second-half against Tulane and played
more like the Green Bay Packers than the Vassar B-team.
Outscorlng Tulane by a 20-0 margin in that half, Miami coasted
to a 34-14 pasting.
The Hurricanes football fortunes continued to rise last week weekend
end weekend against a fast, strong and deep LSU squad. Playing in that
outdoor insane asylum known as Tiger Stadium, Miami battled
their way to a 17-15 victory. It was the first loss for the Tiger
eleven after recording victories over Rice 20-14, Texas A&M
17-6 and UF 37-6.
Same Script
It looks like Miami head football Charlie Tate has once again
found the magic key that starts his Magic City crew on the vic victory
tory victory road.
Take a look at the record. Miami, rated as high as number
one in some pre-season pigskin polls, opened its 1967 season
with Northwestern. The Wildcats would have trouble getting rated
in a sandlot football league.
However predictably unpredictable Miami stumbled and fum fumbled
bled fumbled its way to a 12-7 beating. Northwestern, playing more like
cats than Wildcats, have lost all its other games this season.
Missouri beat them 13-6, Purdue took them 25-16 and Rice trounc trounced
ed trounced them 50-6.
Game two was much of the same embarassment for Tates
troopers. The opponent this time was a highly publicized but
over-rated Penn. State eleven. Again Miami took it on the chin
by a 17-8 count.
Thus through their opening games, the Hurricanes have fol followed
lowed followed the script that led them to a 8-2-1 record last year. In
that campaign, Miami took an early season loss from an unin uninspiring,
spiring, uninspiring, weak FSU team before turning around to beat bowl bowlbound
bound bowlbound Georgia, Southern California, and UF.
With this pattern of loss followed by victory showing itself
again, allow me to get the jump on all the other football prog prognosticators
nosticators prognosticators with a prediction of my own. Miami will finish the
current season with victories over all their remaining opponents.
That ill-fated list includes Pittsburgh, Auburn, Virginia Tech,
Georgia Tech, Notre Dame and UF.
Gridiron Clash
Circle November 18th on your sports calendar as the day when
that mythical entity known as the collegiate football champion championship
ship championship will be decided.
On that fateful Saturday, Purdue, currently undefeated and
ranked number two in the nation, will host an imporving Michigan
State team.
Later that afternoon on the West Coast, top-ranked Southern
California battles traditional rival UCLA. At the moment, both
squads boast unblemished records.
Should Purdue and Southern Cal. finish the season undefeated,
the writers and coaches will have the tough time picking the top
team in the nation.
Since Big Ten Conference rules prohibit a team from playing
in the Rose Bowl two years in a row, the Boilermakers of Pur Purdue
due Purdue will have to stay at home this year. Thus any chance for a
head-on clash between Southern California and Purdue is out for
this season.

Leaders Expect United Party
To Retain Council Majority

Regardless of the results of
the election today, the make-up
of Legislative Council will not
be drastically changed.
The concensus of opinion
among top ranking officials in
United and First parties indicates
that First party has little, if
any, hope of gaining the majority
of seats in Leg Council.
A United party loss of even
20 seats will still leave us with
the majority/ 9 said Gary Good Goodrich,
rich, Goodrich, United Party.
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Win or lose, we will still
have the majority and will con continue
tinue continue to carry out the same pro programs
grams programs as we have in the past,
Goodrich stated.
If First Party has a big win

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Bryant Turned Tide

By DAVID M. MOFFIT
UPI Sports Writer
ATLANTA (UPI) The mem memory
ory memory of the pre-Paul Bryant era
in Alabama football has dimmed
in the wake of the Bears tre tremendous
mendous tremendous success so its hard to
realize that only a dozen years
have passed since Crimson Tide
fortunes reached rock bottom.
In 1955, three seasons before
the Bear was called back to his
alma mater, Alabama lost all of
its games and none of the
scores were even close. The next
two seasons werent much better.
Alabama going 2-7-1 in both.
But the decade since Bryant
returned has been the golden age
of Alabama football even over overshadowing
shadowing overshadowing the great years of
Frank Thomas, Bryants coach.
It took a 7-6 upset by a fired firedup

Students To Vote
On New Coliseum

Students voting today will have
the opportunity to express their
desire for a coliseum and their
willingness to pay for it.
One referendum question on
the ballot will ask the student
if he is willing to pay an extra
$5 tuition per quarter for a col coliseum,
iseum, coliseum, indoor swimming pool,
and student parking lot.
Other referendum questions
will allow students to directly
elect, for the first time, their
Homecoming Sweetheart. Can Candidates
didates Candidates for the title are Carol
Still, Patty Bohannon, and Janice
Biewend.
Students can vote on wnether
to change the name of the Sem Seminole,
inole, Seminole, and to abolish or revise
the UF card section. They can
also tell if they favor compul compulsory
sory compulsory ROTC.
David Vosloh, United Party
leg council representative from
Diamond Village, who is seeking
reelection for the fourth time,
proposed the plan which calls for
the construction of a U-shaped
coliseum with 12,000 14,000
permanent seats. It would have
facilities for a basketball court,
an indoor track, and a theatre
stage for shows and plays. Ad Adjacent
jacent Adjacent to the coliseum Vosloh
envisions an indoor swimming
pool.
Vosloh believes the coliseum
could be used for conventions,
with Student Government receiv receiving
ing receiving the rental fees.

it will prove again that the blocs
have failed, and that the old sys system
tem system whereby people were told
how to vote as if they were auto automatons
matons automatons is dead, Student Body
President Charles Shepherd said.

up firedup Georgia Tech team to end a
26-game unbeaten string in 1962
and now, only five years later,
Alabama is on the threshold of
matching that again.
The fifth-ranked Crimson Tide
has a 25-game unbeaten streak
and must beat or tie seventh seventhranked
ranked seventhranked Tennessee Saturday at
Birmingham to keep it going.
The Vols have given Alabama
a lot of trouble during this cur current
rent current run. They battled the Crim Crimson
son Crimson Tide to a 7-7 tie in 1965
and lost by only one point, 11-
10, last year by missing a short
field goal in the closing seconds.
Alabamas last loss was in
the 1965 season. Thats the game
Georgia won 18-17 thanks to a
controversial pass-lateral play
in which, according to pictures,
the middle man had his knees
on the ground before he got rid
of the football.

Vosloh said the coliseum has
obviously been kicked farther
down the priority ladder In re regard
gard regard to funds being allotted for
it. The reason, according to Vos Vosloh,
loh, Vosloh, Is because of the cuts In
education funds.
If the students want this,
said Vosloh, they must in ef effect
fect effect tax themselves.
Vosloh said If a majority of
students vote for the coliseum,
the Legislative Council will ask
the Board of Regents to have the
state legislature authorize a fea feasibility
sibility feasibility study. The state legisla legislature
ture legislature would then be asked to Is Issue
sue Issue bonds which would be sold to
the general public.
Students would pay an extra
$5 with their tuition for the next
13-15 years, according to Vos Vosloh.
loh. Vosloh. This five dollars would be
used to retire the bonds.
Vosloh said the area behind
Hume Hall would be an ideal
site for the coliseum. He said
Archer Road will be completely
four-laned within the next couple
of years, and would provide ac access
cess access to the interstate highway
system.
He said the parking lot for the
complex coliseum could be used
for a student parking lot dur during
ing during school hours, with student
government running a shuttle bus
to the main campus.
I know this plan would work,
said Vosloh, because other
schools have done it. He cited
Illinois and Georgia as two
schools who have used the ex extra
tra extra money plan for coliseums.
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Since then, only the tie with
Tennessee and the truly surpris surprising
ing surprising 37-37 tie with Florida State
at the start of the season have
marred the Tides record.
Alabama is favored over Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee Saturday especially
since the Vols have their top two
quarterbacks injured- and, bar barring
ring barring a major upset, figures to
stretch that unbeaten streak to
31 games by seasons end.
Bryants record at Alabama these
10 years has been simply ama amazing.
zing. amazing.
Working with a handful ~f the
players he inherited,
posted a 5-4-1 record the first
year 1958 the Tides first win winning
ning winning mark in five seasons and
Alabama has been far better than
that ever since.
In the past nine seasons, in including
cluding including the present one, Bryants
troops have traveled at an .879
pace-winning 77 games while ty tying
ing tying six and losing only eight.
Bryant had perfect record
teams in 1961, 1964, and 1966
and has received eight straight
bowl invitations.
Paul Bear Bryant has been a
man of many controversies. Many
disagree with his methods and
some have attack^4he man him himself.
self. himself. But few can criticize his re results.
sults. results.
Vote Today
For Seminole
Name Change
Students may choose a new
name for UFs yearbook in
Thursdays Leg Council elect elections,
ions, elections, if they wish.
This will be the second attempt
to decide the future of the name
Seminole. Last springs re returns
turns returns were thrown out because
they were worded ambiguously,
Joe Hilliard, secretary of the
interior, told the Alligator Tue Tuesday.
sday. Tuesday.
Thursday's ballot will Include
a two-part question on the year yearbook
book yearbook name. The first question will
be Do you favor retaining the
name Seminole for the UF year yearbook?
book? yearbook? If the answer is no, then
the student will answer the next
question voting for two of five
possible names.
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