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THE PREPARATIONS
Getting ready for Homecoming is a lot of
fun and hard work, as these Alpha Chi Omega
sisters can attest as they decorate their float
for Fridays parade.
Council Grants
Fund Transfer

By KATHIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
The Board of Student Publi Publications
cations Publications received authorization
from Legislative Council Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night to transfer funds from
its operating account to the fund
set up for salaries of its com composition
position composition lab employees.
Accompanying the transfer of
funds was the delegation of au authority
thority authority to the Budget and Fi Finance
nance Finance Committee to negotiate
a reallocation of publication sal salaries
aries salaries with no increase in the
amount in the salary funds.
The move came after the Bud Budget
get Budget and Finance Committee was
notified that a balance of only
$66 remained in the fund for
lab employees' salaries for the
remainder of the term. The Board
requested the transfer of oper operating
ating operating funds so that the employees
could be paid.
Money in the Student Publican
tion operating fund, which pays
for basic costs such as print printing,
ing, printing, comes from advertising,
while publications salaries must
be allocated by Student Govern Government
ment Government from student fees accord according
ing according to a directive from the UF
President.
A bill providing financial au autonomy
tonomy autonomy from student government
for the student publications is now

The
Florida Alligator
THE SOUTHEAST'S LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

in Legislative Council Commit Committee.
tee. Committee.
Tne composition lab is re responsible
sponsible responsible for pasting up the pages
for printing after the news copy
leaves the Alligator editorial of offices.
fices. offices.
in other action in the short
meeting, Leg Council accepted
election returns in a report from
Honor Court Clerk Robert Man Mandell,
dell, Mandell, officially validating the re returns
turns returns in last Thursday's student
body election.
Winning candidates in the races
for 30 Leg Council seats were
accepted with no challenges from
the floor.
Final results show that United
Party picked up 23 seats, First
Party received five, and inde independents
pendents independents received two.
A special request of S2OO was
granted to the Seminole for the
hanging of pictures of the Hall
of Fame members, while S2BO
was allocated for printing the
codified SG laws.
The Twin Towers received
$250 to purchase a sewing ma machine
chine machine and electric mixer for use
by dorm residents.
The Florida Hospital Associa Association
tion Association and Zeta Alpha Eta, an hon honorary
orary honorary for women in speech arts,
both received funds to send del delegates
egates delegates to conventions.

University of Florida, Gainesville

Frats Parade Float
Stolen At Gunpoint

By STEVE HULSEY
Alligator Staff Writer
A homecoming parade float
was stolen at gunpoint from the
SAE fraternity house early Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday.
Robert Carlton Ward, 2UCwho
lives at 207 SW 13th St., and
Gene Arlan Toy, 4BA of 1119
SW 4th Ave., were apprehended
with the float shortly after it
was stolen.
An unidentified third man, who
is not a student, was\also ap apprehended.
prehended. apprehended. /
A spokesman for SAE said two
pledges, John Brownlee and Ron Ronald
ald Ronald Boyette, were sleeping under
the float Tuesday night to guard
it from foul play. They were
awakened at 6 a.m. by three men,
one holding a 12-gauge double doublebarreled
barreled doublebarreled shotgun.
The spokesman said the shot shotgun
gun shotgun was pointed at
and Boyette while Ward and Toy
hooked the float to their car.
The man with the gun told
Brownlee and Boyette to run
in the opposite direction from
the float. The man then ran
away while the float was being
pulled away by the car.
The pledges then began yel yelling
ling yelling Leo! Leo!** the fraternity's
cry for help.
The house emptied in about
15 seconds, said oneSAE mem member.
ber. member.
We didnt take time to dress
dr anything, he said. We piled
into cars, about five carloads of
us, and started after the float.
A passing policeman was hailed
and told that the float was stolen.
The policeman stopped the car
and took the two men into cus custody.
tody. custody.
Frank T. Adams, dean of men,
said the two students will be
referred to the student conduct
committee for action. Adams said
the students could possibly be
suspended or expelled.
Adams said he does not know
what will be done about the third
man.
Ward and Toy are inactive
members of ATO fraternity. Bob
Harper, president of ATO, said
the fraternity had had no prior
knowledge of the incident.
If we had known about it, f
said Harper, you can be sur*.
it would not have happened.
There will be a chapter meet meeting
ing meeting tonight (Wednesday), con continued
tinued continued Harper, and disciplinary
action will definitely be taken.
Gene Watson, chief investiga-
INDEX
Campus Living . . . 11
Classified Ads ..... 8
Editorials 6
Features 13
Letters 7
Movies 8
Sports 16
Tumbleweeds 4
UPI News 2

tor for the campus police dept.,
said Homecoming week always
produces incidents similar to
this.

May Run Again,
Shepherd Says

By HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Managing Editor
Student Body President Char Charles
les Charles Shepherd declared Tuesday
he may be a candidate for re reelection
election reelection during the February,
1968 UF elections.
Shepherd's announcement con confirmed
firmed confirmed long time rumors that he
had been considering running a again.
gain. again.
I dont rule out running a again,
gain, again, Shepherd told the Alli Alligator.
gator. Alligator.
Its early and a great many
people have asked me what my
plans are whether or not I will
seek re-election.
Since I have no academic pro problems
blems problems and, since there is a
good possibility that some of the
major programs started this year
may not be completed by election
time, I may seek re-election to
see that those programs are fin finished,
ished, finished, Shepherd continued.
The maverick student body
president, whose First party suf suffered
fered suffered a stunning defeat last week
when it elected only five can candidates
didates candidates of 30 available Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council seats, is apparent apparent-11

OCONNELL SAYS
Tenure For Jones
'A Closed Matter
By ARLENE CAPLAN
Alligator Staff Writer
Although some factions of faculty members are trying to reopen
the matter of tenure for Dr. Marshall B. Jones, assistant professor
of psychology and psychiatry, UF President Stephen C. O'Connell
said Wednesday the matter was closed, as far as he was concerned.
The UF president is the only man who can recommend tenure to
the Board of Regents.
Jones was not given tenure because of a principle set forth in his
article entitled The Role of the Faculty in Student Rebellion,"
according to a statement made by Vice President Frederick W,
Conner. Conners statement accompanied the letter requesting sup support
port support for Jones.
Jones principle, according to the document, is that the only prac practicable
ticable practicable way in which significant changes can be achieved inside or
outside a university is by rebellion, and that democratic and othfer
orderly processes are merely means of ratifying and implementing
the changes thus afforded.
Tenure was denied because I do not believe that universities
can consistently or safely condone such preachment of strife as
a standard mode of change,* Conners statement said.
(SEE JONES PAGE 2)

Insid
Blue Key To Host
Vietnam Vets For HC
See Details, Page 4

Thursday October 26, 1967

11 apparent-11 Last year there were inci incidents
dents incidents of exhibits in front of the
fraternity houses being vandal vandalized,
ized, vandalized, said Watson.

ly undaunted by his most recent
political woes.
If I should run again I will
stay with the party I helped
found, Shepherd said.
The lncumbant president also
said a realignment of fraternities
is a possibility. This move
would probably come in January
when Shepherd thinks he will
make a definite announcement
on his candidacy.
The Freshman law student
stated that although he doesnt
know how the rest of the slate
could look he expects First
party to pick up a broader base
of fraternity support while still
enjoying independent support.
The possible two time candi candidate
date candidate also said his one time pol political
itical political aide Mike Garcia could
be here in the event Shepherd
does run again.
Garcia, now serving six months
active duty as an Army Reser Reservist,
vist, Reservist, is frequently credited with
achieving Shepherds victory last
school year.
Shepherd said he has no idea
who his vice-presidential can candidate
didate candidate might be.



Page 2

The Florida Alligator, Thursday, October 26, 1967

Bulletin News
State, National, International News
Florida Claims Ocean Floor
MIAMI (UPI) Gov. Claude Kirk made a 1,050 foot dive beneath
the Gulfstream Wednesday, planted the state flag on the sugar
white ocean floor near a lobster and a whisky bottle and claimed the
area for Florida.
We have claimed this land for Florida, Kirk said after sur surfacing
facing surfacing from the voyage that covered a half square mile of ocean floor
some eight miles due east of Miami Beach. We have set a precedent.
UN Condemns Outbreak
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UNITED NATIONS (UPI) The United Nations Security Council
bypassed conflicting American and Soviet proposals Wednesday and
unanimously approved a stop-gap resolution condemning the re renewed
newed renewed fighting between Israeli and Egyptian forces in the tense Mid Middle
dle Middle East.
Rougher Treatment Urged
DES MOINES, lowa (UPI) California Gov. Ronald Reagan sug suggested
gested suggested Wednesday that steps might be taken to treat anti-Vietnam
war protesters as they would be treated in wartime for giving aid
and comfort to the enemy.
Reagan, emphasizing that I am not a candidate for president,
opened a three day, five-state speaking tour in Des Moines where
he was scheduled to address a sold out SIOO-a-plate Republican
dinner.
Smoking Ban Upheld
DELAND, Fla. (UPI) With the hope that Stetson students will
be smoking less and enjoying life more, University President
Paul Geren Wednesday upheld a ban against the sale of tobacco
products on campus.
The decision came following a smoke in last week by students
demanding the sale of cigarettes in residence halls and other cam campus
pus campus buildings.
Soviets Send Navy Ships
(UPI) Three Soviet Navy vessels steamed toward Egypt Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night in an ominous development that tightened tensions in
the Middle East.
A few artillery shells hurtled across the Suez Canal through
skies dark with smoke pouring from Egyptian oil refineries set
aflame by Israeli barrages.
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Tenure For Jones
i
The letter which was circulated on campus this week said the issue
of tenure for Jones is now pending with President O'Connell.
According to the original letter signed by 10 UF faculty members,
support for Jones is based on four principles:
* competenceof the appropriate college to judge professional
qualifications and suitability of its members,
* the right of each citizen to free unpenalized political expres expression
sion expression within the boundaries of the law,
* the particular role of the University as the center, guardian,
and symbol of free inquiry and expression, and
* the injury to the reputation and function of the UF stemming
from the violation of these standards.
At 5 p.m. Wednesday OConnell said he was unaware of any
request concerning Jones tenure.
OConnells answer to the matter was Jones has had all due
process, the same procedure given any professor.
Groups on and off campus have planned programs and sent out
news releases informing faculty and students of the issues, asking
for their support. The American Association of University Professors
(AAUP), the Student Committee for Academic Freedom, and the
Southern Student Organizing Committee (SSOC) are among these
groups.
The release from SSOC calls special attention to the fact that
Jones is a member of the National Advisory Board of SSOC and is
President of the Florida American Civil Liberties Union.
Not all reaction to the called-for support has been favorable.
One letter of reply from the director of the Florida Agricultural
Experiment Stations states You have requested my support .
Frankly, you will not get it.
The letter, dated Oct. 23,1967, was signed by Joseph R. Beckenbach.

Foote Named Dean Emeritus

Dr. Perry Foote, retired dean
of the University of Floridas
College of Pharmacy, has been
named dean emeritus of the col college.
lege. college.
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title for Dean Foote was made

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Budget Cuts Postpone
Graduation For Over JOO

By JANIE GOULD
Alligator Staff Writer
A $40,000 cut in the College of Educations
expense money has resulted in delayed graduations
for more than 100 education majors.
The pinch is being felt in the internship pro program
gram program where not enough faculty members are avail available
able available to supervise student interns, Dean. B.L. Sharp,
of Education Undergraduate Counseling, told the Al Alligator
ligator Alligator Wednesday.
One faculty member is needed for every 20
students, per quarter, he said. Its hard to say
how many more we need, because we also need
more faculty for back-up courses.
There are about 50 seniors now waiting to
intern. Their graduations will be delayed from June,
1968, to December.
He added 65 elementary education majors who
enrolled in the College this term will not be able
to graduate until December, 1969.
He attributed both delays to the lack of super supervisors

Biue Key Taking Applications
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By DIANE MIMS
Alligator Staff Writer f
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service fraternity for men, is
accepting applications for mem membership
bership membership beginning today and con continuing
tinuing continuing until Nov. 9.
Applications, which should in include
clude include an activity summary and
general information, are now a available
vailable available in offices of each col college,

Engineers, Scientists, Mathematicians, Business Majors:
You can do more than you think you can.
See your
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civilization. In ocean sciences, defense and space, atomic energy, transporta transportation,
tion, transportation, computer sciences, water desalting, international projects, power sys systems,
tems, systems, microelectronics ... and much more.
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lege, college, and also in the Reitz Union.
Applicants must have partici participated
pated participated in extracurricular activi activities
ties activities at UF and be distinguished
in at least one specific area.
Athletics, dramatics, foren forensics,
sics, forensics, military, music, publica publications,
tions, publications, religion, student govern government,
ment, government, organizations, service to
the university and honors are
examples of extracurricular
fields.
Men desiring membership in

visors supervisors in the internship program. This has forced
students to remain on waiting lists one quarter
before interning, Sharp said.
Two or three students were so disappointed
that they quit and went home during registration,
Sharp said. This has interfered with personal
plans, like marriage and travel, for after grad graduation.
uation. graduation.
Vice President for Academic Affairs Robert
B. Mautz told the Alligator Wednesday the UF Bud Budget
get Budget Committee approved a $166,414 expense money
budget for the College of Education. However, the
legislature only appropriated $77,500, he said.
Mautz said the amount they received is the same
as last year. The Budget Committee also approved
an increase of 39 faculty members, but the legis legislature
lature legislature granted only 16, according to Mautz.
We have to be optimistic that something will
come out of the special session of the legislature
in January, said Sharp. This would help the
students who enrolled in September.

Blue Key must also be a full
time student of the university;
must have corhpleted five terms
of college, of which at least
three have been on this cam campus;
pus; campus; and have attained a 2.00
scholastic average.
Blue Key is responsible for
the coordination and direction
of the Homecoming activities, the
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Thursday, October 26, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

OConnell To Address Civic Clubs

UF President Stephen C. O
Connell will address a joint meet meeting
ing meeting of all Gainesville civic clubs
Thursday noon in the Ball Room
of the Reitz Union.

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sity's University's new President would be
able to address a combined group
of the city's civic leaders.

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Page 4

I, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, October 26, 1967

Leg Council
To Revamp
Constitution?
By KATHY KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
Legislative Council meets to tonight
night tonight in special session to con consider
sider consider a constitutional revision
committee proposed by Student
Body President Charles Shepherd
and Majority Leader Greg John Johnson.
son. Johnson.
Shepherd will speak to the
Council, stressing the need for
a rewriting of the UF constitu constitution
tion constitution as well as the mechanics
for setting it up.
The membership of the pro proposed
posed proposed Constitutional Revision
Com mittee includes the president
of the student body, the student
body treasurer, the clerk of the
Honor Court, majority and min minority
ority minority floor leaders of Leg Coun Council,
cil, Council, the chairman of the Rules
Committee, the chairman of the
Judicial Committee, and the
chairman of the Legislative In Information
formation Information and Investigation Com Committee.
mittee. Committee.
If authorized by Leg Council
tonight, the Committee will be
responsible for rewriting the
present constitution and present presenting
ing presenting its draft to the Council by
Nov. 14.
Parties will caucus briefly at
8:45 p.m. The meeting of the
entire council, scheduled bo be begin
gin begin at 9 p.m., is not expected
. to last more than half an hour.
Awards Given
Douglas G. Back, 4FY, and
Harry J. Van Loock 111, 4FY,
were each awarded SSOO Sen Senior
ior Senior Forestry scholarships,
at a UF Forestry Club meet meeting,
ing, meeting, Tuesday, Oct. 23.
In addition, the College of
Forestry was awarded a
matching fund grant of SSOO
to be used for supplies and
equipment.

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Four Vietnam Vets Here For HC

The UF's leadership fraternity, Florida
Blue Key, will apply its own antidote to
the anti-Vietnam protest demonstrations this
week with Operation Appreciation.'
Four veterans of the Vietnam fighting fightingthree
three fightingthree Navy medical corpsmen and one Ma Marine
rine Marine sergeantwill be entertained royally
during Homecoming weekend at the university
in appreciation of their service to America.
Taking part will be Marine Sgt. Ben H.
Reece, 21, Jacksonville; HM3 Stephen M.
Sizemore, 21, Tallassee, Ala.; HM2 Dennis
L. Herolt, 21, Kenosha, Wis., and HM2
Gordon Rawn, 24, Exeter, N.H.
The Vietnam veterans will ride in the
Homecoming parade, be special guests at
the Florida Blue Key banquet at which
Massachusetts Sen. Edward (Ted) Kennedy
will speak and attend Gator Growl and the
Homecoming Sweetheart Ball Friday.

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Then on Saturday, they will attend the
alumni reunion, the John Marshall Bar As Association
sociation Association skits at the College of Law, the
alumni barbeque and the Gator-Vanderbilt
University football game at Florida Field.
Coed escorts will be provided for the
veterans, who are patients at the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Naval Air Station Hospital, accord according
ing according to Bill McCollum, general chairman of
Homecoming.
The military visitors will be housed at
the Gator Town Apartments during their
stay here.
Information released by the Navy shows
that Reece was wounded last May 10 while
serving as a machine gunner during an
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All the guest rooms are rent rented
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The guest rooms at the union
may be used by persons who
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the University." The rooms are
used mainly by those returning
to campus for short courses
and conferences, by visiting lec lecturers
turers lecturers and researchers, and by
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, Chancellor J. B. Culpepper and
regents Henry Kramer, and Dr.
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Guard Marches
In HC Parade

Snappy rifle movements and
flashing sabres and bayonets will
be the order of the day this
afternoon as the nationally nationallyranked
ranked nationallyranked Gator Guard Drill Team
performs during the Homecoming
Parade and pre-Growl.
Guard Commander Tom Ball
and Executive Officer Dick Fargo
have been working since the sum summer
mer summer trimester to perfect the
guard's performance.
The Gator Guard Company is
a volunteer unit operating with within
in within the Army ROTC Brigade at
UF. The history of the present
drill company dates back to pre-
World War II and reflects a
record of outstanding success in
drill competition.
For more than a decade the
team has ranked highly in the
national drill competition held
annually during Mardi Gras in
New Orleans, and has acted as
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the climactic King Rex Parade
for the past 14 years.
The Gator Guard Company con consists
sists consists of a rifle platoon and a
sabre platoon. The rifle platoon
Is commanded by Cadet 2nd Lt.
Rod Williams and Is the only pre precision
cision precision drill team in the country
which drills continually with
fixed bayonets and blanks.
Practically unique In itself,
the sabre platoon is one of the
very few self-contained units in
the country drilling solely with
sabres. Cadet 2nd Lt. John Amer Amerson
son Amerson commands the platoon. Army
Sweethearts Dianne Baron and
Maida Sokal will also march with
the unit during the Homecoming
festivities.
I No Pictures I
No Seminole pictures will be
taken Friday night because of
Homecoming.

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i, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, October 26, 1967

Page 6

The
, / Florida Alligator
\*wi3& !?) r Th e People Know
KM
J[Hl Harvey Alper Harold Kennedy
jt Managing Editor Executive Editor
Jauwujm.
Harold Aldrich Bob Padecky
News Editor Sports Editor
Tb* Florida Alligator's official position on Issues Is expressed
only In the columns below. Other material In this issue may
reflect the opinion of the writer or cartoonist and not necessarily
that of the Florida Alligator unless specifically Indicated.
Revamp Quarter System

In the beginning the univ university
ersity university started out like any
other college and operated
on the semester system.
In 1961, the lord of the
manor decided that his
children should do a sem semesters
esters semesters work in a tri trimester.
mester. trimester. And, the children
gave thanks.
Two years later the
faultless lord decided a
trimesters work should be
done in a quarters time
limit. Os course, the work
load remained the same,
and some children became
very unhappy.
By 1975, a four year edu education
cation education may be required in
a years time since there
probably will be 12 sem semesters.
esters. semesters. Many students will
have the education drum drummed
med drummed into their frazzled
brains.
Our quarter system may
not be working. Emory
University, which has op operated
erated operated on the quarter

Traffic Committee, Wake Up

The Traffic and Safety
Committee has voted
against allowing the Solex,
advertised as the bicycle
with a motor, to be park parked
ed parked in restricted areas on
campus.
In simple words the com committee
mittee committee has ruled that the
Solex is not a bicycle.
We think this is wrong.
The Solex is a bicycle
which has a motor that can
be disengaged. When the
motor is disengaged the
Solex is powered by one
source only -- human pe pedal
dal pedal power.
The Solexs motor be becomes
comes becomes a piece of baggage
when it is not engaged.
We agree with Solex
Cycle Center Manager John
Peck that the student should
be allowed to disengage
the motor and pedal the
bicycle into the restricted
areas to park just as any
other bicycle has the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to park.
Students have been pur purchasing
chasing purchasing the inexpensive
Solex because it allows
them to travel beyond cam campus

system for the last 25 years
is a fine example of how
the system should work.
At Emory, each course
is worth five credits. A
student is limited to three
or four courses a sem semester
ester semester and the class meets
every day for one hour.
This gives the students am ample
ple ample time for study and ex extra-curricular
tra-curricular extra-curricular activities.
At UF, a student may
have to take up to seven
courses for 18-quarter
hour credits. There is a
vast difference in the work
and study time required at
UF and at Emory.
Emorys learning pro process
cess process is more efficient. Stu Students
dents Students even find time to go
to their homecoming. Many
of us will be in the lib library
rary library preparing for exams.
There is need for a ma major
jor major change in the quarter
system. Students cannot do
as much work as required
and the administration
must correct this problem.

pus campus and use it to go to
classes. They certainly
havent bought the little
motorized bicycle because
it is fast (19 m.p.h. is top
speed) or bacause it is
attractive.
Students have bought the
bike because it is, as the
used car dealers like to
say, good basic trans transportation.
portation. transportation.
And now the Traffic and
Safety Committee tells us
we cant take the Solex
to class.
Lets stop kidding a around.
round. around. The Solex, with mo motor
tor motor disengaged is a bicycle.
If, perchance, the reason
the traffic committee
doesnt like them on cam campus
pus campus is there isnt anyplace
to put them, then lets in install
stall install some more bicycle
racks.
But, lets stop penalizing
students who spent about
$l4O for a Solex by mak making
ing making it impossible for them
to drive them on campus
and use them for class classto-class
to-class classto-class comutation.

"... They* re After Us . Millions Os Them . Little
Yellow Men . With H-Bombs . .
CIA DEVICE*
The Wiggle Seat
===^^==s=^=i ,BY JOHN KEASLER

Washington The Wiggle Seat/ which
must rank as one of the most unusual
and expensive chairs in the history of
furniture, is being developed under the
direction of the Central Intelligence Agency.
The electronic device looks like an or ordinary
dinary ordinary office chair. But the unwary person
who innocently takes a seat and begins to
answer questions may then be subjected
completely without his knowledge to a
lie-detector examination.
A number of private companies . are
known to be working on various aspects
of the problem .
Pausing outside the door marked Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel Manager, Winston T. Likely ran
a comb through his hair, quickly inspected
his fingernails, brushed a bit of lint from
the shoulder of his coat and, before en entering,
tering, entering, put on his most sincere and self selfeffacing
effacing selfeffacing expression.
He had been waiting for five weeks for
a job interview here at Acme Shoehorn
Inc., and this was the big day.
Come in, come in, said the brisk
man behind the polished, efficiently empty
desk, I'm Ferret, Mr. Likely. Sit down.
NO,NO!
Startled, Winston leaped up from the
sofa.
In the chair, Mr. Likely, the personnel
manager said. In the chair. Here. Ill
fasten your seat belt.
Seat belt? Winston inquired. On a
chair?
Cant be too careful with prospective
employees, ha, ha, boomed Mr. Ferret
heartily. You probably think Im some sort
of a nut, dont you?
Oh, no sir! said Winston. Its an
absolutely splendid idea, sir. Just then his
chair began to ring.
Mr. Ferret said, Well, lets get down
to business. Name?
Winston T. Likely, Sir.
Age?
Twenty-six.
Probably hope to roll me for my job,
eh?
Donning a shocked expression, Winston
said, Os course not, Sir!
Why do you wish to leave your pre present
sent present place of employment?
Sir, Winston said eagerly, Im glad

you asked me that! The truth Is I believe
Acme Shoehorn offers a great opportun opportunity
ity opportunity for a young man and Sir, my
chair just lit up/
Leaving to avoid getting fired . .
Mr. Ferret absently made a note. He
pressed a button on his desk. A blonde
secretary writhed in.
Get Mr. Likelys resume for me, Sue,
the manager said.
The girl brought in the resume. Ferret
glanced briefly at it.
Suppose this is the usual pack of lies,
eh, Likely? Hoked-up background, faked fakedup
up fakedup experience and all that jazz? Ferret
asked.
Sir, said Winston, solemnly, every
word I have there is the gospel and you
have my word as a gentleman that the
last thing I would ever do would be to
attempt to mislead a Whoa, Whoa, Who!
This chair is bucking!
You are keenly observant, said Mr.
Ferret, dryly. Now. Do you have any
bad habits? For instance, do you drink?
Heavens no, said Winston.
What? Speak up, man!
I SAID HEAVENS NO! I DETEST AL ALCOHOL!
COHOL! ALCOHOL! A CLEAN MIND IN A CLEAN BODY
THATS MY MOTTO!
Thats better, said Ferret. At first
I couldnt hear you for the chair ringing.
Look, Buster, snarled Winston. I
dont know whats going on here but if
youll unlock this blasted belt, Ill le&ve.
You probably have a faint suspicion what
you can do with your job.
The chair said nothing.
Mr. Ferret suddenly grinned. From a
book called Personality Development, he
took a key and opened a filing cabinet,
took out a bottle of bourbon and two glasses.
Take it easy, Kid, Ferret said. Here,
have a drink. Youve passes our Wiggle
Chair test. Congratulations!
You mean . .? Winston looked puzz puzzled.
led. puzzled.
Right! Welcome aboard you fill*the
bill perfectly. Heres mud in your eye,
Chum. You are now our vice president
in charge of promotion and public relations.
You also get the blonde secretary.
Only in America, breathed Winston T.
Likely. c



MR. EDITOR:

Those persons who have been Treated so rudely
in their attempts to obtain off-campus housing should
ask the U.F. administration why this problem exists!
These ugly situations have arisen solely because the
administration in general and the off-campus housing
office in particular are not concerned enough to take
forthright action in the matter.
Not only are American black students slapped in the
face by local slumlords; also subject to this humiliation
are many students from other countries, students who
are Jewish, and other non WASPS. All this with the
silent acquiescence of the U.F. administration.
This outrageous situation is not new. The adminis administration
tration administration cannot plead ignorance of this matter as Mr.

Operator
Hits Back
MR. EDITOR:
Re: Campus Comedy, Ode to
Switchboard Operators.
Good evening Towers,
In a friendly, pleasing tone
Is what you hear when I answer
the phone.
May I help you? is what I
inquire
As you growl loudly over the wire,
Its about time you answered
me.
Ive only been calling an hour or
three.
Sorry, sir or maam, I politely
reply.
The circuits were busy, I say
with a sigh.
Please dont blame me for in incompetency
competency incompetency
In working this switchboard
machinery,
As the problem here is in inadequacy
adequacy inadequacy
Os modern equipment provided to
me.
With 5 outside lines to accom accommodate
modate accommodate calls
Os 400 girls in this Tower so tall,
There is but 1 extension phone
For each of 13 floors (you moan).
And yet exists no separate device
With which to announce callers
nice.
Feel grateful that after only an
hour
You finally were able to contact
this Tower.
So I ask that you bear with us
patiently
As this machinery istemporary-
The UNIVERSITY telleth me.
Yours until Centrex
SUSAN MARCONI

Football Team
Lacks Leadership
-MR. EDITOR:
To Gator Fans and Ray Graves
Since Ive been old enough to remember Ive been a big Gator
fan. After being at Florida for undergraduate and medical school
(59-67) I became used to watching the Fighting Gators do the same
thing theyve always done lose a few. What Florida needs is a dis discipline
cipline discipline system similar to one employed by a superior coach at a
school just a bit northwest of here. Its obvious that FTorida has the
talent always placing more than its share on ALL SEC teams,
ut she lacks leadership and tradition which is carried and not born.
ROB LIT GREENBERG, M.D.

Race Discrimination Practiced At UF?

OPEN FORUM:
wA (Witt (Ml,[
I
"There is no hope for the complacent man. ,f

MR. EDITOR:
The warm reception give to
Norman Thomas when he was on
campus this week, and to what
he had to say about the Vietnam
situation, underscores the grow growing
ing growing discontent in this country with
our governments actions in
Southeast Asia.
It is easy in retrospect to see
a pattern-of gradually increas increasing
ing increasing U.S. involvement in Vietnam
which has led to the present
situation and to see that the pro problem
blem problem should have been prevented
long ago. An ounce of prevention
is worth a pound of cure, and
unfortunately the war seems to
be killing rather than curing.
Although increasing numbers
of people in this country feel
that the U.S.s involvement in
Vietnam is lbhorable, many of
these same people also feel that
we cannot now extricate our ourselves.
selves. ourselves. They say that the time
to avoid a war was at the out outset,
set, outset, that we never should have
blundered into it; but now that
we are involved in a war we
cant get out.
The importance of Latin Am America,
erica, America, especially felt in Florida,
is dawning more and more on
the national consciousness. Re Recently
cently Recently fear of an arms race in
Latin America was precipitated
by Frances sale of five jet
fighters to Peru, and by the earl earlier
ier earlier sale by Britain of twenty twentyone
one twentyone military jets to Chile. On

U.S. Discontent Growing

Carl Upp, head of the off-campus housing office ad admitted
mitted admitted the problem existed and promised to db some something
thing something to eliminate it MORE THAN THREE YEARS AGO!
Obviously he hasnt done so.
Neither can the administration claim it is powerless
to do anything about the situation. The off-campus
housing office could refuse to list any housing that
wont accept any and all students and other personnel
regardless of race, religion, nationality, ethnic back background,
ground, background, color, etc.
The administration could declare all housing that
didnt meet the stipulation as off-limits to University
students. Os course the administration could say that
this is unwarranted control of students. If so, they
ought to say the same about the other controls they
exercise over students, few, if any, of which are as
basic to decency and fair play as is this suggestion.
Hypocritical, obnoxious mouthings on the part of the

October 19, 1967, an article n
the Miami Herald said, The
Punta del Este declaration signed
last April by President Johnson
and 18 Latin American presidents
called for elimination of un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary military spending. The
American position has been that
the money could better be used
for economic and social develop development.
ment. development. This seems to parallel
Mr. Thomas view that the money
spent on the Vietnam war should
be spent on the poverty pro progra
gra progra m.
The present situation in Latin
America is analogous in many
ways to the beginning of American
military involvement in Vietnam.
It was noted that the Bolivian
forces which allegedly killed Che
Guevara last week had been
trained by U.S. Rangers. The
4

Tli<> Girls May Yell
J

MR. EDITOR:
I dont know whether you have
seen the lapel buttons the girls
at F.S.C.W. are selling for $1
each. I am enclosing a Xerox pic picture
ture picture taken of one that I was for fortunate
tunate fortunate enough to have seen here
in Miami.
The picture itself typifies the
existence of the paranoid complex
of the students at our sister state
university. I a\i sure that what whatever
ever whatever the outcome of this years
contest brings forth, well hear
screams of foul play on behalf
of our beloved Gators and well
witness the young coach of F.S.
C.W. traveling to New York this
year to plead his victory via still
pictures and game films.
JOHN H. WOLF

MR. EDITOR:
It is quite apparent that the
story on the stolen Geology De Department
partment Department mineral collection in
the Alligator is responsible for
its return. This soundly illus illustrates
trates illustrates the power of the i ess.

Geology Dept. Thanks 'Gator

Thursday, October 26, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

administration about progress' and working things
out must be replaced by decisive corrective action
in this and other matters such as: Why are there so
lew Negro students attending the U.F.? Why are there
no American black professors teaching at the UiF.?
Why hasnt the U.F. athletic department recruited any
black athletes? Do black students living on-campus
have to have black room-mates or live alone? If so,
why?
Students in general and black students in particular
ought to raise hell until these discriminatory practices
are changed BY ANY AND ALL MEANS NECESSARY.
I am sure that Mr. Opp, Mr. Graves, and the rest
of the administration are aware that they are in
conflict with stipulations of the 1964 Civil Rights Act
and are open to law-suit under the provisions of that
law (which is law, the U.F. notwithstanding).
R. D. SWAN, 3 AS

first American lignting men m
Vietnam were such advisors.
Certainly the war should have
been avoided when our military
involvement in Vietnam was at
this very stage. Let us not con contribute
tribute contribute to creating another Viet Vietnam,
nam, Vietnam, on a much larger and more
disastrous scale, in Latin Am America.
erica. America. As Mr. Thomas said, this
country has no right to take
upon itself to police the world;
it must act as an equal in coop cooperation
eration cooperation with the other nations of
the world.
The ideals of Latin American
and inter-American cooperation
expressed at Punta del Este are
indeed noble. But to President
Johnson they appear to be just
words. Aid Latin America yes,
but meddle no.
ALLEN DEWEESE, lUC

For yet h/,\\ FhlJ;!
S i
FSU BUTTON
... $1 each

I would like to express my
appreciation to you and the re reporter
porter reporter for the interest you took
in our loss.
R. A. EDWARDS
ACTING CHAIRMAN
GEOLOGY DEPT.

Campus
Cops
Do Exist
MR. EDITOR:
Ramblings of a hurtin gator...
Contrary to popular opinion,
campus cops do exist. Let this
serve as a warning. They are
now heartily enforcing the 20
MPH speed limit on campus. I
received the first speeding ticket
of my life while riding my dilap dilapidated
idated dilapidated 8 year old scooter down
hill. (1 must have caught a tail tailwind.)
wind.) tailwind.) The officer told me that
there is currently a massive
crackdown on the campus limit.
Despite the fact that my violation
was on campus, I must attend
city court. I even had to fill out
a card asking *for (among other
things) my complexion, aliases,
and country of parents birth. I
also had to post bail, so now its
Instant Breakfast, Lunch and Din Dinner.
ner. Dinner. So gang, all you with dilapi dilapidated
dated dilapidated 8 years old scooters and
otherwise, watch it. (You Solex
fans are safe)
Apologies to Karl Pledger:
Sorry, Karl,. I lost my fight. I
tried to get a legitimate medical
exemption, but only succeeded in
getting new shoes for drill. But
it is a nice uniform. The
Alligator said so. The history
course is great. So far weve
really wiped out those filthy
savage Indians. Kill em! Youd
think they owned the place. Too
bad we didnt have napalm then.
Quoting Bob Dylan: The names
of the heroes, I was made to
memorize, With guns in their
hands, and God on their side...
Mention has been made lately
of the Gant Shirt Mentality,
but ironically this term has been
misunderstood by many. It is
not an issue of sloppiness vs.
taste. It is a matter of deciding
for yourself what you will wear
vs. wearing something because
the impeccably tailored college
man does. (Good work, Madison
Avenue) Or a matter of not wear wearing
ing wearing perfectly good shirts because
the stripes are not X distance
apart or making sure your loafers
have tassels (this month, anyway)
Follow on, sheep. These are the
future yes men of the world.

I was part of Thursdays Hap Happiness
piness Happiness is being a Gator ticket
riot. Being approximately the
same height and weight as Larry
Rentz, I charged five yards to the
window for 78th row seats. Go
gators!!
Nuff sed. Do a good deed this
week; Take* an impeccably tailor tailored
ed tailored college man to lunch.
GORDON GALBRAITH, 2 UC

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*NOT FOR SALE, but meant to
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SACRIFICE SALE, 65 Volks Volkswagon
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1965 HONDA S-90. Good condi condition,
tion, condition, Asking $195.00 but very
willing to talk. Call Alan Lewis
Room 410, East 376-9370. (A-22-
st-p)
FOR SALE: Set of Left-Handed
Golf clubs 67 models First
Flight 2-9 irons, sand & pitching
wedges; 1-3-4 woods. Call 378-
8407 or apt. 65 Fredrick Gardens.
(A-24-st-p)
1963 TRIUMPH, 650 cc, engine
just rebuilt, in excellent condi condition
tion condition $495. Call Gary, Yon Hall
Room 218. (A-21-st-p)
WALTHER 32. automatic pistol,
good condition, ten rounds ammo
included. $25.00 or best offer.
Call Jim, 372-9405, between 2-6.
(A-25-3t-nc)
ESPANA ACOUSTIC GUITAR &
case; Excellent condition; $l2O
or best offer, call 372-8173.
(A-25-3t-p)
1965 HONDA 50, very reliable,
good condition SIOO. Why buy a
$l5O. bike with a varoom motor?
Call 378-6231. (A-25-3t-p)
FOR SALE: New electric port portable
able portable typewriter. Perfect condi condition,
tion, condition, used only a few times. Cost
$l5O, sell for best offer. Call
Jo 372-3940. (A-23-2t-p)
BATTERY TV, $75; Hair Dryer,
$5; Waring Blender, $5; Music
Stand $3; Steam Travel iron,
nurse uniform #l2, paintings,
expensive ladies cloths, #l2. 378-
3606. (A-22-2t-o)
NEW 85cc KAWASAKI cycle-
Turn Signals-Rotary Shift-SIOO
down and assume payments. 1015
NW 39 Ave.-378-2788. (A-26-5t-
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66 SUZUKI HUSTLER. Reduced
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EXCELLENT: Sublet original 9
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University Gardens Apartment.
Telephone, modern furnishing
complete kitchen, etc. Rent only
$42.50 per month. Call Rick 378-
7069. (B-23-2t-p)
TRAILER LOTS for rent Pine Pinehurst
hurst Pinehurst Park. $30.00 per mo. 376-
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NOW RENTING FOR QUARTER
II: Gatortown Apartments, in S.W.
16th Avenue complex, is accept accepting
ing accepting applications now. AVOIDthe
RUSH. 378-3457. (B-16 tOt-c)
WILL RENT lovely corner room
for couple for Homecoming a across
cross across from campus. No car ne necessary.
cessary. necessary. 321 SW 13th St. (B (B---26-lt-c)
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wanted
FEMALE ROOMMATE to share
furnished two bedroom apartment
One block from Tigert, $42 per
month. Call Kandy 372-4848.
(C-22-3t-c)
TIRED OF SHARING A ROOM?
Your own room in house near
campus. Only $31.25 a month plus
utilities. Call 372-3940. (C-23-
2t-p)
TOMBOY WITH TOMCAT needs
roomate for garret efficiency.
2 blocks from stadium. $45/mo.
Includes utilities. Call 372-5451.
(C-24-st-p)
WANTED: four general admis admission
sion admission tickets for homecoming.
Call: Allen Pope, 376-0696,
Gainesville. (C-26-2t-p)
help wanted
STUDENT ASST. 1U45-1:45p.m.
Mon.-Fri. 1.25/hr & lunch. Call
Mrs. Avery 376-3211 ext. 5771.
(E-24-st-c)
YOUR OWN HOURS, Personal
contact, mucho profit. Leave
name and number at 121 NW
15th Terr. Personality Plus
people preferred. (E-26-lt-p)
STUDENT (Full or Part time)
Experienced in offset paste-up,
willing to work eveings, hourly
wage. Contact Sern Sekora, Stu Student
dent Student Publications, third Floor,
Union Bldg., after 6:30 P.M. to tonight.
night. tonight. (E-9-tf-nc)

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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)
HELP WANTED Full time
Secy. II or 111 or Accountant n
with typing proficiency to serve
as Secretary/Bookkeeper with
Student Publications. Please call
Mrs. Van Gelderen or Mr. My Myking,
king, Myking, ~ University Ext. 2832.
(E-22-tf-nc)
autos
MUST SELL 1966 CORVETTE
Convertible, 427, 2 tops, 4 on the
floor, positraction, AM/FM
radio, heater, excellent cond condition,
ition, condition, good gas mileage. Will
take trade of lesser value. 378-
8276. (G-24-st-p)
1957 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)
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SMALL HOME on lovely wood-*
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cquple or single student. Living
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study, two bedroom, 1 bath. Bi Bicycling
cycling Bicycling neighborhood. SSOO down,
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For details on bookings contact
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Call Preston 378-4318 or Woody
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WELCOME to the University of
Florida, Rita. I hope you have
a great time. George. (J-26 lt ltnc)
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lost-found
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Many Tickets
Yet On Sale
For 'Revue'
There are still plenty of tickets
for those who wish to attend Les
Femme Frivoles," the French
revue show which is to be pre presented
sented presented in the Reitz Union Ball Ballroom
room Ballroom Saturday night.
Les Femme Frivoles," the
first nightclub act ever to be
shown at UF, is being imported
from Miami. The program will
feature the Frivoles girls, in a
genuine French chorus line,
songstress Lisa DiMilo, and
comedian Phil Terry.
Tickets will be on sale for
$.50 per person at the Union
box office and at all men's resi residence
dence residence halls.

Model UN Here In Feb.

Averill Harriman, roving ambassador for the
United States, and Lord Carridon, Britains am ambassador
bassador ambassador to the United Nations will be the key
speakers at the first Model UN on the UF campus,
February 22-25.
Several positions are opened for students who
are interested in participating in the program.
The Deep South Model UN is sponsored by the
International Committee of the Florida Union Board
of Student Activities and the Council on Interna International
tional International Relations and United Nations Affairs, other otherwise
wise otherwise known as CIRUNA.
The objective of the program," according to
Brad Culverhouse, director of public relations,
is to stimulate the interest and the understanding
of relations among the nations."
In a Model UN students perform the functions
of delegates. For three days they address them-

Bike Patrols
Reduce Thefts
A bicycle is the terror of
in the downtown area
of Gainesville. |
One police officer on a bike
patrols the central business dis disrict
rict disrict of Gainesville every night.
He is equipped with a two-way
radio plus the regular police policemans
mans policemans gear: gun, night-stick,
handcuffs and tear-gas.
Our burglary rate in the
downtown area dropped when we
started the bike patrol, said
Gainesville Police Chief William
D. Joiner. It has stayed at a
lower level ever since the bike
patrol was started 6 years ago.
According to Joiner, a bicycle
is much faster than a man on
foot and can cover three times
as much area in one night. A
man on foot can be heard for a
long distance. A bike, if it is
kept in good condition, is silent.
The bike used by the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Police Department is noth nothing
ing nothing fancy; just a heavy-duty
American model, said Joiner.
The patrol consists of check checking
ing checking buildings to see if the doors
are shut and locked. When one
is found open, an officer with a
German shepherd dog is called
to the scene. If a man is in
the building, the dog will find him.
Joiner said that the use of the
bicycle has been a very effect effective
ive effective method of night patrolling.
Other cities in Florida, including
St Petersburg and Lakeland,
have used the bike patrol with
success.

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selves to the problems of world diplomacy from
poverty to peace.
Approximately 1,500 young men and women who
are interested in international relations and the Uni United
ted United Nations are expected to attend.
Besides Harriman and Carridon, other keynote
figures who have expressed interest in the UN
will speak. They are Congressmen Ed Guerney
and Claude Pepper.
All departments of the UN will be represented
in this model scale. Lynn Bachman, 3AF, will be
Secretary-General. Sections represented by students
will be the Security Council, Secretariat, General
Assembly, and the Economic and Social Council.
Positions open are: resolutions, resolutions chair chairman,
man, chairman, public relations, accommodations, tours,
speakers, and for the secretariat. Apply at the pro program
gram program office at the Florida Union Board under
International Committee.

Florida Coed Needs Staffers
November 10 is the deadline for getting applications in for the
Florida Coed staff. Formerly Coedikette, the Florida Coed"
is the first booklet freshmen girls receive explaining WSA, campus
activities, attitudes, and policies.
The booklette is sponsored by the Womans Student Association.
Positions are now open for staff members, a business manager,
and an editor-in-chief.
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1 Christmas Knits
5 By LESLIE LEPENE
g| Alligator Staff Writer
2 For the Christmas knitter who needs a different idea
m for every male on her list, read on.
Dottie Parrish, owner of Dotties Knitting Box, came
up with some suggestions for the original young lady. For
the more inexperienced girl, mittens and V-neck sweaters
are profitable, because they can be made quickly and with
little effort.
g For the adventurous knitter, golf and ski sweaters are
* a ckle. The golf sweater is made in mohair, which
runs ab ut 79? to $1.98 a skein (which is simply a ball
h of yarn).
Made with big sleeves and very loosely fitting, there are
several golf sweater patterns available. Also popular is
M the skl sweater which is made with different colors and
designs. These sweaters are constructed of sports yarn,
* thinner three-ply yarn. Relatively inexpensive, this type
yarn sells for $1 a skein.
5 Speaking of sports yarn, one of its better features is
that *it is washable and can be dried, without any harm
coming to it, according to Mrs. Parrish.
K tts are a big seller because they are complete with
Z yarn, pattern, instructions for about $lO. The only extras
to purchase are the knitting needles, of which there are
| two kinds. Plastics are cheap and popular, but they have
a tendency to become soft in this hot weather. Aluminum
are what most girls use and are relatively inexpensive.
Babysitters During HC Game

Baby-sitting service during the
Homecoming game will be offered
by the First Presbyterian
Church.
Rates will be $2 for one child
and 75 cents for each additional
child.
Reservations must be made be before
fore before noon on Friday, Oct. 27.

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For further information, contact
the church office at 376-3865.
Office Equipment
The Best For Service, Too
604 N Main

Cure For Cockroaches
Good Housekeeping

Good housekeeping is the best
means of preventing cockroaches
but nothing can guarantee against
an unwelcome visit from these
pests, says John Strayer, ento entomologist
mologist entomologist with the Florida Agri Agricultural
cultural Agricultural Extension Service.
When cockroaches are discov discovered
ered discovered in a home, clean and spray
the potential breeding areas with
a household spray containing dia diazinon,
zinon, diazinon, ronnel, or malathion.
When spraying insecticides,
remove all dishes and food from
the area, and allow the chemical
to dry completely before return returning
ing returning the tiems to treated surfaces,
cautions the entomologist.
It is not necessary to treat
the inside of cabinet drawers if
you clean them, but spray the
outside of drawers, under sinks,
around pipes and conduits and
baseboards, he advised.

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NEED HELP
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BUDGET?
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BER, NOVEMBER, PAY NOTHING UNTIL NEXT YEAR. NO
SERVICE CHARGE ON THIS ACCOUNT
YOU PAY
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1/3 IN FEBRUARY I
1/3 IN MARCH I
BUT REMEMBER: E.S.A. I
IS ONLY FOR PURCHASES I
MADE IN NOVEMBER I
YOU MAY, HOWEVER, USE YOUR E. S. A. FOR PURCHASES I
MADE OCT. 30 AND 31 AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE SAV- I
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Thursday, October 26, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

When a source of cockroach
infestation is found outside the
home, this source should be
treated with a spray or dust of
one of the chemicals mentioned

Steak-Cooking Tips
Whether you're having an outdoor barbecue or an indoor gather gathering,
ing, gathering, it pays to know your cii? of steaks and their purposes, says
Dr. Robert L. Reddish, meats specialist, Florida Agricultural Ex Extension
tension Extension Service.
Although many kinds of meats are suitable for outdoor cooking
steaks are an old-time favorite. The kind of steak should depend
on the way you wish to serve it and the number of people, said the
nutritionist.
If you want to serve each person an individual steak, rib or club
steaks are best since it will be more economical to buy a good sized
rib roast and cut it into steaks.
Very special occasions call for Porterhouse, the best of steaks.
It s considered the best and most expensive cut because it has the
largest section of tenderloin. This choice cut can be economical
too, if used wisely.

for inside use, Strayer says.
The sooner you take mea measures
sures measures to control an infestation
the less you will have to con contend
tend contend with," says Strayer.

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, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Ocu 26, 1967

Reading Clinic
Helps Improve
Comprehension
The nations high schools are producing inadequately prepared
college freshmen considering the increased amount of reading ma material
terial material required, according to A. G. Cranney, acting head of the UF
Reading Laboratory and Clinic.
Florida, however, is at the top of the adequacy list, said
Cranney, but even that leaves much to be desired."
Every year the Reading Laboratory and Clinic attempts to help
between 800 and 1,000 students solve their reading and study problems.
Most students voluntarily ask for help when they see their scores
on the freshman reading test. Others are referred to the clinic by
teachers who recognize a study or reading problem as being the rea reason
son reason for below average work.
Each student receives an individualized program that includes
guided study and assistance for three hours a week.
Even graduate students come in and ask for help when they find
themselves unable to cope with their extra out of class reading as assignments,"
signments," assignments," said Cranney.
A privately operated reading course has been introduced recently
that guareentees (money back) to triple a persons present reading
speed in a 12 week course of study for a tuition charge of $175.
The course reports that some people can read 40,000 words a
minute.
Its just a gimmick based on the misinterpretation of the word
read," said Chester Tillman, assistant head of the clinic. All
the course does is teach skim reading with a low comprehension
of what is glanced at."
Cranney refers to an article written by Dr. George D. Spache,
head of the UF Clinic (presently on leave of absence), and a major
critic of the Wood method.
In The Reading Teacher", January, 1962, Dr. Spache notes,
If we interpret the term (read) in the common understanding of
reading most of the words on a page, it is impossible to read faster
then 800-900 words per minute."
Cranney urges students needing assistance with reading or study
problems to stop in at the clinics office on the third floor of An Anderson
derson Anderson Hall.
Atty. Gen. Fairc loth
To Speak At CLO

Attorney-General Earl Fair Faircloth
cloth Faircloth will speak at a dinner in
his honor at the Collegiate Liv Living
ing Living Organization(CLO) this Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at 5 p.m.
Faircloth, who was a member
of the CLO as an undergraduate
at the UF, has been Attorney-
General of the State of Florida
for three years. He is a past

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Attending the dinner will be De Deputy
puty Deputy Attorney-General Herbert
P. Benn, UF Vice-President for
Student Affairs Lester L. Hale,
Student Body President Charles
Shepherd, and Alligator Editor
Steve Hull.

1 Teenager Injured In Wreck

James Michael Kelly, 15, was
listed in satisfactory condition
Wednesday afternoon following
a motorcycle-automobile acci accident
dent accident near Florida Field.
Gainesville police said Kelly

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jured injured late Tuesday night at W.
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Kelly, driving the cycle, col collided
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Officer Roland Steward said
charges were pending following
investigation.

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REVIEWS
By IRVING PECK
United Press International
THE SCHOOL DAY BEGINS. Compiled by Agnes Krarup and
associates Hobbs, Dorman. $4.
When the Supreme Court ruled that the public schools were not the
proper place for Bible reading and prayer, the opening exercises in
many of them were disrupted.
In Pittsburgh the school board decided to substitute inspirational
readings to start the school day. So a committee of teachers, librarians,
principals and supervisors was appointed to make selections of prose
and poetry that could be read to the pupils each day.
The School Day Begins is the result of their work.
They chose songs, speeches, poems, essays, biographical sketches,
proverbs and documents more than 300 in all, arranged in four
groups: kindergarten to 3, grades 4 to 6, grades 7 to 9, grades 10 to
12.
An additional section Thought for the Day contains proverbs
and aphorisms ranging from those easy to understand Actions speak
louder than words. to those needing some reflection After a badff
harvest, so again.
The Bible is represented in a philosophical selection part of the
Sermon on the Mount. But so also are Lao-tse, Confucius, Buddha
and Mohammed, to say nothing of Shakespeare, Lincoln, John F.
Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Elinor Wylie,
Valt Whitman and a host of others who said something worth implant implantng
ng implantng in the minds of the young.

f la. Quarterly
t
Hopes To Pay
Free Lancers
By BILL DUNN
Alligator Correspondent
The Florida Quarterly is like
any other new magazine striving
for recognition. It must start
from scratch and sell itself.
The first issue of the new newborn
born newborn journal received heart heartening
ening heartening reviews from across the
state, said Editor-in-Chief
Martin Curry.
The summer edition featured
an unpublished manuscript, be bequeathed
queathed bequeathed to the UF by Marjorie
Kinnan Rawlings. Mrs. Rawlings
was author of The Yearling.
Curry has already selected
the material for the second is issue.
sue. issue. It will include a short story
by novelist William Burroughs
and an essay by first edition con contributor
tributor contributor Peter Viereck. Theolo Theologian
gian Theologian Thomas J. J. Altizer will
be featured in an exclusive inter interview.
view. interview.
The new issue will be released
in late November.
The magazine is edited by
students and accepts manuscripts
from free lance writers, students
and professors.
About nail ouj. material is
submitted from academic cir circles,
cles, circles, Curry said. The balance
is sent in by free lancers.
Excellence is our cardinal
criterion, said the editor. Al Although
though Although the magazine gives
writers few style restrictions,
contributors are asked to confine
articles, essays and stories to
an area of the humanities.
Curry pointed out that although
no payment is made to contribu contributors,
tors, contributors, he eventually hopes to begin
payment if sales revenue
permits.
Copies of the summer edition
are on sale outside the UF
library.

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Oxford Tweed the latest from Hathaway

Hathaways weavers threw up their
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Can t he done, thev said, with a
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Can-be done, said Hath a wav,
showbng them an ancient swatch of
hand-woven English fabric dug out of
the fabric archives.
And done it wxas. Resulting in the

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SCUDDER SAYS OF STUDENTS

'Religion Without God 1

By DARYL SPRADLEY
Alligator Correspondent
Religious beliefs for many UF
students are changing from a
God-centered faith to a human humanist
ist humanist position religion without
God, according to Dr. Delton
Scudder, Chairman of the Depart Depart*
* Depart* ment of Religion.
Religion without God is des described
cribed described as a good life, ethical
standards and a concern for man.
With a life that is practically
religious, we fulfill our moral
obligation, said Scudder.
I think, in a general way, the
students are not sold on organized
religion. They want freedom
from the complex and divine
faith in God.
Bishop Pike represents a
shift to simplify beliefs by say saying
ing saying that God is not divine or
the trinity, said Scudder.

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Further freedom and simpli simplicity
city simplicity are desired by the hippies
in their drive for naturalism
nature is the only God. They are
trying to escape the American
idea of a job, money, pressure
of success and aggressive
nature.
Yet the amazing thing is not
how religion is changing, but how
well religious change has met
challenge after challenge, Scud Scudder
der Scudder emphasized. Some university
courses, by their scientific and
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, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, October 26, 1967

MAN IN THE MIDDLE '
Pot In Vietnam?
JOE TORCHIA
I recently received a letter from a friend in Vietnam, an ex exroommate
roommate exroommate now working with a civil affairs unit in the war-pocked
western section of the country. Because of his unwillingness to kill
(and luck) he is teaching the Vietnamese English instead of fighting.
He wrote:
You said you wrote about students who smoke pot -- I hope you
tried it while you were at it. I guess I told you before that Ive been
smoking it all the time over here. Its cheap, good and easy to get
here, and I really think its great. Would you like to interview me? I
could write about pot -- but you have to try it yourself.
I was high all day yesterday just couldnt come off the trip of
the night before and it was really nice. I built two easels in the
morning and they dont look too bad. Theyll be used as teaching aids
to show what happens when you dont brush your teeth or something.
I told W and his wife about my smoking and they were both
rather angry -- Bill tried to act like he didnt care, but was very
emphatic in telling me not to send him any in the mail. Do you want
some its good stuff and cheap.
Pot as an escape from the pressures of war? It struck me rather
hard,too.
But why not?
Students take it to relieve the strain of study; businessmen use it
to escape the dullness of daily routine; so why not let soldiers take
it to escape the hard reality of death?
I have no idea how widespread the use of pot is in Vietnam and,
just as in the states, there is no way of finding out.
Let it suffice to say that my friend surprised me very much: he
is well above average intelligence, attended college, comes from a
good family and just never seemed the type to try drugs. Was if the
pressure of war, or would he have taken it had he remained in the
U.S.?
There is no answer.
At any- rate, Uncle Same isnt about to ration out pot like he does
food.
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Guest Reviewer
Banners and hangings have
served man in many ways
throughout their long existance.
While most of the traditional uses
of banners have passed into
history-- along with the battles,
noble families, and celebrations
they accompanied the contem contemporary
porary contemporary student or artist can in invent
vent invent imaginative new designs to
express ideas and celebrate oc occasions
casions occasions particular to our own
time.
It is into a spirit of celebration
that one is thrust when visiting
the exhibit currently being pre presented
sented presented in the Main Gallery of die
J. Wayne Reitz Florida Union.
Twelve banners and wall hang hangings
ings hangings and fourteen drawings by
Norman Laliberte, one of the
most versatile and creative
designers in America todiy,
dramatically empasize a revival
of these media. Although contem contemporary
porary contemporary in thought Laliberte is an
exception. His theme is almost
exclusively a religious one ac accomplished
complished accomplished through use of basic
techniques.
Perhaps best know for his
banners, Laliberte is also an
accomplished painter and drafts draftsman,
man, draftsman, a designer of posters and
books, and the creator of highly
imaginative wooden images. The
twelve banners range in title
and subject from Mother and
Child Royal to Bird Peddler",
a bold and bright hanging trimmed
with little brass bells, IC
XINRI, consisting of highly ab abstract
stract abstract black shapes against tex textured
tured textured orange depicting a cruci crucifixion.
fixion. crucifixion. His drawings express
strong composition although
almost primitive, losing crayons
as his media, both depth of color
and subtle form are achieved.
Laliberte studied atCranbrook
Academy and at the Illinois Insti Institute
tute Institute of Technology, where he re received

ceived received an M.S. degree. He has
taught at many schools including
Kansas City Art Institute, Notre
Dame, and the Rhode Island
School of Design. Exhibitions of
his art have been held all over
the United States and Europe. In
1963-65 he was Design Consul Consultant
tant Consultant for the Vatican Pavilion at
the New Yorks World Fair,
where he exhibited 88 of his own
large banners.
This exhibition will be on dis display
play display during the entire month of
October and the public is invited
to visit the Union daily from
8 a.m. to 11 p.m. to view Lali Lalibertes
bertes Lalibertes works.

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Analysis: Movie Fans.
Never Had It So Good

(BY REVIEW STAFF)
Gainesville movie fans have
never had it so good. What with
the relatively recent openings
of two new theaters (the Center
and the Plaza), the increasing
success of the Florida Cinema
Society and the Union Boards
Films Committee, and the con continuing
tinuing continuing efforts of the State Thea Theater
ter Theater to present foreign and art
films, most UF students are be being
ing being offered viewing opportunities
their hometowns could never
match.
The four local theaters, two
drive-ins, plus two student film
organizations, bring a wide spec spectrum
trum spectrum of the cinema to town every
week.
The State continues to be the
most important outlet for quality
cinema. Not to mention his splen splendid
did splendid record of classics in recent
months, owner Bill Henderson
has scheduled for the near fu future,
ture, future, among others: The Privi Privilege,
lege, Privilege, Morgan!, The Gospel
According to St. Matthew, I I-van
van I-van the Terrible (parts I and
II), Rashomon, Jules and
Jim and Le Bonheur.
The State may not offer much
leg room, but its cultural con contribution
tribution contribution and its educational ser service
vice service are untouchable. By the way,
arson is amenable to sug sugg
g sugg stions if you think a particular
movie should be brought here.
And if youre interested, hell
put you on the mailing list for
his monthly advance sheet, which
always includes a little off-the off-thecuff
cuff off-thecuff chatter about movies, the
weather, the Henderson family,
or something. It is through Hen Henderson
derson Henderson that local SpaniSh-speak SpaniSh-speakers
ers SpaniSh-speakers have been able to institute
a program, of films in Spanish,
showing on Sunday afternoons.
At the other end of the spec spectrum
trum spectrum is the Florida, the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville outlet for Julie Andrews.
The F lorida usually features sol solid
id solid family entertainment, with
little pretensions to artistic ach achievement.
ievement. achievement. Accidents happen, of
course: Burton and Tmylar film
a Broadway smash; CVlivier does
Othello; is made a
film.
The Plaza and the Center like likewise
wise likewise are relatively seldom bles blessed
sed blessed with films that are more
than entertaining at an element-

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ary level. Their advantages, how however,
ever, however, include smoking logos and
rocking chair seating.
The Florida Cinema Society
has been such a success that it
has had to add to an afternoon
showing to its two Sunday even evening
ing evening showings in Reitz Union.
Again to omit past offerings, the
Society will offer soon The
400 Blows, The World of Apu,
Intolerance, and Young Aph Aphrodites,
rodites, Aphrodites, as well as festivals
featuring W.C. Fields and ex experimental
perimental experimental films.
The Society also utilizes the
camp drawing card of old serials
such as Captain Marvel --
the antics of which are invari invariably
ably invariably greeted with jeers and
cheers from the audience. At
present the Society is making
plans to move from mere out outlet
let outlet status into the art of film filmmaking
making filmmaking itself.
The Florida Union film series,
though it stands to become a Union
Board political football, is fresh
from two magnificent successes:
the most controversial film of
the quarter, Turn on, Tune In,
Drop Out; and the premiere
showing of Anna Moffos La
Traviata, attended by Miss Mof Moffo
fo Moffo herself. Future Union Films
Committee attractions will con continue
tinue continue the tradition: Swan Lake,
The Winters Tale, Dr.
Faustus and Taming of the
Shrew (the last two featuring
Burton and Taylor).
In general, the worlds major
directors have been well repre represented
sented represented in Gainesville. Bergman

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is a perennial favorite at the
-Jtate. If youve kept up pretty
well with both the State and the
Cinema Society, you should have
a good idea of the work of Res Resnais,
nais, Resnais, Antonioni, Fellini, and
Trauffaut.
The Cinema Society has
brought back or plans to bring
a number of silent film classics,
including films by D.W. Griffith
and starring Buster Keaton.
There has been a scarcity of
'Japanese and Indian films, but
most of those which have won
major acclaim for the Eastern
cinema have been recently shown
or are coming.
A glaring shortcoming on the
local scene is the failure (of
somebody) to show more of God Godard,
ard, Godard, who is one of the worlds
most important directors and
certainly one of the most ener energetic
getic energetic and interesting.
Another disappointment is the
fact that local theaters have com completely
pletely completely ignored the surge in pop popularity
ularity popularity and social acceptability,
as well as in importance, of the
underground cinema. Undoubted Undoubtedly
ly Undoubtedly there are problems in pro procuring
curing procuring films that fall outside the
standard Hollywood distribution
structure, but there is no ques question
tion question that if Gainesville could get
underground films they would be
a big draw. In particular, it is
hard to understand why Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville has been unable to see
any of the films of Andy War Warhol,
hol, Warhol, whose name alone ought to
guarantee a big gate.



A Lost UF Student
Gropes For Direction

By MICHAEL ABRAMS
Alligator Feature Writer
Did you ever get the feeling you were lost?
After incessant meditation and prayer this wretched
correspondent has reached the conclusion that to
find his way around this campus he needs: (A)
An agile cerebrum with the clench of a steel
trap (B) The woodsmanship of Daniel Boone (C)
The endurance of Sophie Tucker.
Professing none of the above, your writer was
forced to resort to ungainly methods of naviga navigation.
tion. navigation. We all know that moss grows on the north
sides of trees. But, on this campus, the trees
don't seem to know it. Ask yourself, what does
a tree know anyhow?
Forced to rely on native scholarship, I had heard
vaguely in school that the sun rises in the east.
If this is true, then why does it shine through my
window in North Hall? Logically then, either the sun
rises in the north, North Hall really faces east,
or there are actually two suns.
Life is confusing, Even my poor little red bi bicycle
cycle bicycle is beginning to complain that she doesn't
want a backseat driver with no sense of direction.
You have a map," she said to me the other
day. Why do you constantly ride me over high
curbs and bumps? It hurts my tires you know."
Look who's talking," I replied. I havent
been able to sit comfortably in a week.''
She looked up at me, her two smooth white
handle grips tearfully wide-eyed.
The trouble with you," she answered, is that
you want to have your Graham and Flavet, too.
If you cant find your way around, how do you ex expect
pect expect me to help? Ive only got two wheels!
She may have been right. But I locked her up
anyway.

Counting Linen Can Be Fun

By BILL RILEY
Alligator Correspondent
Counting linen in a basement
corner is not without its brighter
moments.
The 16 employees of the cam campus
pus campus linen service put up with
linen returned pink or blue from
improper washing, or with art artistic,
istic, artistic, and sometimes obscene,
drawings on sheets. Students are
responsible for their darkest and
brightest moments.
Mrs. Lillian Davis, in charge
of the linen service, recalls one
freshman boy who was the brunt
of his roommate's joke.
He came into exchange his
linen and had a red and white
Record Room
Contains 400
.; 4
Selections
By VICKY KIMBALL
Alligator Feature Correspondent
&
Depending on his taste, a
student can study to the music
of Beethoven, the Young Rascals,
or his favorite composer at the
Reitz Union music listening
room.
He can select any of more than
400 records and have it played
into the main listening room or
one of its four booths.
The records include folk, pop,
mood, band music, poems, plays,
narrative music, Broadway
plays, operas, and classical
music.
Smoking is allowed in the room.
The music listening room is
open every day Monday through
Friday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.,
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.,
and Sunday from noon to 10 p.m.

washcloth he wished to change
with the regular issue.
We don't give washcloths, just,
sheets, towels and pillowcases,
she explained.
That can't be right," ex exclaimed
claimed exclaimed the naive newcomer.
All the other guys in my dorm
have them."
Mrs. Davis gave in to his stub stubbornness
bornness stubbornness and made him a pre present
sent present of the red and white wash washcloth.
cloth. washcloth.
In Tolbert Area, the feature
attraction was a pet snake who
was brought along on linen ex exchange
change exchange day. The lady in charge
there, Mrs. Francis Videon, was
never botheTed by the snake, but
one day a mouse the snakes

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It is amazing to this writer how students sur survive
vive survive on the UF campus with the condition of the
drinking water. The stuff which comes gushing
through our pipes tastes as if it has been filtered
through sawdust.
I am not one to berate this beautiful campus,
nor to take on the proud citizenry of Gainesville.
All I ask is why.
The usual sop is, Well, youll get used to it
sooner or later. Just wait."
By nature I am as patient as the next student,
but I am not about to wait for miracles. My friend
Slobotnik, a political science major, seemed at
first to have the solution I had been searching for.
You see," he told me,our water is pumped by
way of Tallahassee. Its the governors way of tel telling
ling telling us he knows were here. With the raise in
tuition and the taste of the water, he hopes to
discourage the unfit. The less students, the less
schools, the less taxes. Painfully logical, yes?"
But isnt Governor Kirk for higher education?"
Yes, the higher priced, the better."
Well, what about the water?" I asked. How
are we going to solve that problem?"
At this point Slobotnik took on a rosy glow, and
his eyes showered sparks. Its the swiftest plan
ever," he explained. We are going to ship water
up from Miami in canteens and barrels. We are
going to rent a long, horse drawn wagon train
and proceed up the Sunshine State Parkway. Would
you like to help commandeer?"
The last time I saw Slobotnik he was muttering
something about those #$&%X goat carts."
As for myself, being a more practical man all
around, I have started a subscription to have Yoo
Hoo pumped through the dorm coolers. We wel welcome
come welcome your ideas.

next meal hid between the
folded towels and was taken to
the linen room where it made
good its escape.
The snake was fine, but that
mouse sure gave me a fright,"
she said.
Apparently everything bal balanced
anced balanced out, because at the end
of the term a boxed orchid was
sent to her by an anonymous
admirer.
Perhaps it was that mouse.
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Among the 31-member troupe
will be (front row from left) Patti
Collins, Lorraine Hammer and
Susan Robbins, all of Melbourne.
Standing from left: Sharon Duffey,
Melbourne; Lila Shaffer, Satel Satellite
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>, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, October 26, 1967

Page 16

HC GAME DULL
BY 808 PADECKY
alligator sports editor

This year's Homecoming Game will be the dul dullest
lest dullest ever.
Compared to the one in 1939, that is.
Back then when all the girls were at Florida
State and Gatorland was full of 8,000 screaming,
frustrated men, UF played its HC match with
Georgia Tech.
Tech was Orange Bowl-bound that year and the
game promised to be a goodie.
Until late in the second quarter.
Then, a UF male, screaming drunk, started
climbing the light tower on top of the northeast,
section of Florida Field.
And he climbed and climbed and climbed. All
the way to the top, 130 feet off the ground.
The Campus Police, being the benevolent souls
they are, were getting a little nervous. After all,
a guy like that, acting tipsy and all, could get his hisself
self hisself killed.
But meanwhile, the ladies in the stands below
the tower (yes, there were ladies back then in
Hog Town) were starting to faint.
Cause this Florida man* began swinging by his
knees from one of the step rungs on the tower.
And he started screaming. And just a cussin.
By this time, the games announcer, Marcus
Bartlett who is now head of WSB Radio-TV in
Atlanta, began calling the play-by-play action of
the light tower, chunking the game.
While amid bugged eyes and alcoholic throats,
our Gator man kept on swinging and hurling insults
and obscenities right and left. It was even rumored
that he questioned the legitimacy of one of the
ladies.
Now it was time to stop the action, on the tower
that is.
Two courageous students (for they had to be
courageous or be potted one) climbed the tower to
tie the guy up.

Italy, Russia Smash U.S.
In Mens, Womens Diving

MEXICO CITY (UPI) ltaly
and Russia shattered Americas
so called supremacy in diving
Tuesday, grabbing both the mens
and womens gold medals in high
platform and dealing the United
States a tough blow in its attempt
to wipe out a huge medal defi deficit
cit deficit in the pre-Olympics.
Italys Claudio Diiasi and
Russias Galina Alekseeva took
the diving events, and became
double gold medal winners in the
process.
Keith Russell of Mesa, Ariz.,
who finished second to Diiasi
in the three-meter dive Sunday,
wound up second to the Italian
star in the platform as well.
Yasuke Arimitsu finished third
to give Japan its second medal
of the day in diving and a solid
grip on second place behind Rus Russia
sia Russia in the medals race.
Assiki Keiko of Japan was
second to Miss Alekseeva in the
womens dive and Patty Simms
of Arcadia, Calif., was third.
Micki King, an Air Force
Lieutenant, was fourth and
Cynthia Potter of Houston
finished fifth.
| BLACK DAY |
It was a black day as well for
the United States in boxing and
shooting.
In boxing, the Yanks split two
bouts. Light welterweight Jim
Wallington of Ft. Bragg, N.C.,
won a three-round decision over
Lorenzo Diaz of Mexico, but

Earl Large of Clovis, N.M.,
dropped a 3-2 decision to Nico Nicolas
las Nicolas Sajov of Bulgaria in a ban bantamweight
tamweight bantamweight bout. Both fights were
in the preliminary round.
Bill Blankenship of Columbus,
Ga., finished in a tie for sixth
after completing the first course
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And, after reaching the climber, the two stu students
dents students tried to tie the guy up 13 stories above the
pavement.
One of them did. The other got kicked in the head.
Waiting till the end of the game to avoid commotion,
our hero was let down from his perch.
Rumors circulated why the guy did it. The one
talked of the most is Tarzan was spurned by his
girlie and so he decided to take out his anger on
a light tower.
Now, sports lovers, how can anyone top a HC
Game like that? Except probably with a six-pak.
By the way, Florida lost the game, 21-7.
NO TV FOR UF?
With the last Bird flying from the LBJ coop,
the national television broadcast of the Florida-
Miami game may be in jeopardy.
Lynda Bird Johnson, having jacked George Ham Hamilton,
ilton, Hamilton, is now tying the knot with Marine Capt.
Charles Robb. The date of the wedding is Dec. 9,
the same day of the game in Miami.
Now the question is whether the American Broad Broadcasting
casting Broadcasting Co. (ABC) will televise its Game of the
Week or the wedding.
Florida coach Ray Graves knows nothing of the con conflict.
flict. conflict. Vice President of Student Affairs Lester L.
Hale has heard rumors, but still nothing.
It looks like the power resides in the Great
White Father. Papa Bird is going to have to decide
whether 25 million people watching a football game
is of greater significance than a wedding.
Dont think for a moment LBJ doesnt have the
power to change some wedding plans, or a football
date. With some of the other great decisions on
his Society, one more wont make a bit of difference.
At least not until Dec. 9.

and Bob Whitaker, also of Co Columbus,
lumbus, Columbus, Ga., wound up in a three
way tie for seventh.
Meanwhile, Ed Brown, another
member of the Yank shooting
team from Columbus, Ga., fin finished
ished finished ninth in skeet and Dan
Voorhees HI of Quincy, 111., fin finished
ished finished an even more disappointing
11th.

Keppel Defeats Gaddum
In Dorm Gridiron Action

Keppel defeated Gaddum 12-6
on Friday afternoon to win the
Hume Dormitory championship.
Keppel pushed across a fourth
quarter touchdown to insure a po position
sition position in the all-campus dormi dormitory
tory dormitory playoffs. The winners in the
other three dormitory areas will
be determined later in the week.
Tolbert Area
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Weaver IV 3 0
East in 2 l
South I 11
Tolbert I 0 2
Weaver I 0 2
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South IV 2 0
Tolbert II 2 0
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Tolbert IE 1 2
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Here at the water in the cool unblossomed year,
And the light notes clung at my hair roots
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And moments clung like fresh leaves
On water.
Wind crossedthe pond
Leaving stripes and crosses
As though it rolled and cast down,
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, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, October 26, 1967

Page 18

PART OF REVOLUTION

By BILL BURNS
Alligator Correspondent
The day of the relatively com common
mon common football upset is a fairly
recent one, another innovation in
college football brought about
by the professional teams.
Complicated offenses and de defenses
fenses defenses have taken the stress off
the bull moose runner or the
one superstar for each top team.
Also gone from the scene is the
colorful scout the fellow
charged with the responsibility of
charting the opposition.
The change hasnt been a
gradual one, but came swiftly
during the 19505. It has revolu revolutionized
tionized revolutionized college football and made
it a more exciting spectacle for
the fans. It has made the big
upset a weekly occurence and
added that element of suspense
to every game. It has been another
example of machines replacing
men, as the motion picture
camera replaced the scout in the
stands and the projector and video
tape replaced the lengthy verbal
explanations of strategy confer conferences.
ences. conferences.
Before schools began freely
exchanging game films it was up
to the scout to get all the infor information
mation information on the opponent, said
John Eibner, former University*
of Florida head scout and now
head of the Gator Boosters Or Organization.
ganization. Organization. Back in those days
we were primarily interested in
the favorite plays and key person personnel
nel personnel of our foes. We didnt worry
much about formations because
most teams had the same pattern
of play.
Our only worry was stopping
the key plays and players. There
werent too many upsets then,
either, because the stronger team
usually won we werent fooling
anybody. You would just go out
against a team and if they were
bigger and stronger, you could be
pretty sure you were going to get
whipped.
WING-T
Suddenly, teams quit lying
around waiting to get run over.
The short flanker appeared with
the advent of the Wing- T, followed
by wide flankers. It wasnt long
until teams were spreading their
flankers and ends all over the
field the pro set had come to
college football.
All of a sudden scouting be became
came became very complicated and it
took two good scouts to do a
thorough job, recalled Eibner.
New formations and plays
popped up left and right and the
theme of scouting became, what
did they put in new last week?*
Scouts had to be prepared to chart
at least 40 different formations
by a single team ina given game.
The job became almost too
complicated and it was found that
coaches could prepare for a game
a lot easier by studying films than
by mulling over uncounted pages
of charts and reports compiled
by the scouts.
The emphasis on preparation
had also made a change, shifting
from the individual players and
favorite plays of the opposition
to the overall pattern a team
tended to conform to in a given
situation.
SCOUTING FILMS
Scouting through films has
emerged as a system of detect detecting
ing detecting weaknesses and strengths,
both of your own team and of
the opposition. Through this

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scouting coaches formulate a
game plan to match against weak
and strong points. Football has
become a complicated game of
warfare, with time of the essence
when changes must be made. It
boils down to a game of per percentages,
centages, percentages, just like the man said.
We work in two-man teams
when scouting films, said Ellen Ellenson.
son. Ellenson. One guy watches the films,
calls out the field position, for formation,
mation, formation, success of each play and
such, while another fellow charts
it all out on a legal pad. At the
end we plot how many times a
certain play was used in every
situation possible. We formulate
percentages and set our strategy
against these figures.
On known formations we key
on the variations of several key
blockers such as the guards or
ends, Ellenson continued.
These variations dictate what
the rest of the team will do. We
try to establish patterns or ten tendencies
dencies tendencies in the overall play of a
team.
When looking for these pat patterns,
terns, patterns, El'enson seeks the answer
to several key questions:

What's a wild, new
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What do they do best?
Second best?
Third best?
Fourth best?
After that, the heck with it.
They arent going to beat you with
what they do fifth or sixth best,
so we dont worry about it,
rattled Ellenson?
GATOR BOWL
These are some of the answers
Ellenson and the rest of the
Florida coaches were seeking
when they faced Penn State in the
Gator Bowl at the end of the 1962
season. Florida carried a medi mediocre
ocre mediocre 6-4 record into the contest,
while Penn State was rated in the
nations top ten and fielded the
strongest team in the East.
Our boys were pretty low on
morale when we started prepar preparing
ing preparing for the game, continued the
Gator coach. We studied Penn
State's patterns and found it to be
a definitely right-handed team
(meaning the teams plays moved
to the right a good majority of the
time). We also found they had a
particularly favorite pass play
which went to the right.
Working on the premise that
the Penn State offensive line was
bigger and stronger than
Floridas defense, he installed
the now-famous monster de defense
fense defense at Florida for the first
time.
The boys morale went up
just because we were trying
something new and they really
enjoyed learning the new
defense, smiled Ellenson. We
had to sell our boys on the idea
that if they played it right and
performed their assignments to
the fullest, the greatest All-
American (and Penn State had a
few) couldnt beat them
Florida decided not to try to
overpower Penn State, but to
confuse them. Penn State was
going to move its plays to the
right side, so Florida slanted its
defense in that direction. Since
Penn State was a conventional
team they played a given sit situation
uation situation by the book Florida was
pretty sure it could safely fire
its linebackers on running downs.
This left Penn State with only two
blockers at i given point to
handle three Gator defenders. On

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passing downs Florida would
slant its line and use its line linebackers
backers linebackers to guard against the pass.
Florida was in complete
control of the game and won,
17-7, over a stronger, but greatly
confused Penn State.

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One thing which came out
of the game which I thought was
kind of funny was a particular
trick we pulled on Penn State,
chuckled Ellenson. They had a
short pass play out in the flat
that was extremely hard for a
defense to recognize, so we told
our offense to use it. We were
ready if Penn State tried it, but
they didnt expect to see us run
it on offense. . Tom Shannon
passed to Hagood Clark for a
17-yard touchdown and we broke
them up.
UPSET?
After the game Florida fans and
sportswriters alike were claim claiming
ing claiming it as one of the greatest
upsets of the season.
But was it an upset, or was it
simply an example of efficient
preparation overcoming dif differences
ferences differences in strength and size?



Bartlett Seeks Replacements

With the loss of all-SEC per performers,
formers, performers, Gary Keller and Skip
Higley, the basketball Gators will
have a rebuilding job to do. How
well they accomplish this will
be a major factor in the success
of next years team.
The loss of Higley and Keller
will be big gaps to fill, says
UF basketball coach Tommy Bar Bartlett.
tlett. Bartlett. I am confident that we
have the boys who can take their
place and do the job for us.
Andy Owens, an all-American
prep star from Tampa, is slated
to fill Kellers position at the
high post. The 6-5 sophomore
has an excellent shot and is
tough on the boards. As a fresh freshman,
man, freshman, Owens averaged 21 points
a game.
Vying for Higleys guard post
will be junior college transfers
Mike Leatherwood, from Pensa Pensacola
cola Pensacola and Richard Vasquez of
Houston, Texas. Both boys are
excellent Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference prospects. Vasquez was
named to the junior college all-
American squad while Leather Leatherwood
wood Leatherwood made the all-Regional team.
Neal Walk, 6-10, will return
at center position. Walk, a jun junior,
ior, junior, shared the duties last sea season
son season with Jeff Ramsey, who gra graduated.
duated. graduated.
Walk should be much im improved
proved improved after last years sopho sophomore
more sophomore season, said Bartlett.
Neal has the size and speed
to be one of the finest centers
in the SEC.
Last year the lanky pivot man
averaged 11.5 points a game and
8.2 rebounds. His finest game

I Kelley Stars For Frosh I
Even though the UFs Baby Gators lost to Auburn University
in their first outing, 31-0, Caoch Ray Graves is dreaming of the
day he will have linebacker Mike Kelley on his varsity squad.
In UFs loss to the Tiger Cubs, Kelley put on a one man show by
making 17 individual tackles and 7 assists for a total of 24 tackles.
It was one of the finest individual defensive efforts I have ever
witnessed, says freshman coach Jimmy Haynes. Mike was all
over the field, several times practically the whole Auburn team
had a shot at him and he still made the tackle.
Kelley, who hails from Orlando, attended Edgewater High School
where be was an outstanding offensive and defensive player for
coach Don Blackwelder. Besides being an outstanding athlete he is
also brilliant in the classroom. Last year he was named the Out Outstanding
standing Outstanding Scholar-Athlete for all high schools in the Class AA Div Division.
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was against Virginia Tech in the
Gator Bowl Tournament, when
he scored 27 points and hauled
in 22 rebounds. He was named
to the all-SEC sophomore team.
David Miller, 6-7, will return
at one guard position. The like-

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able senior was elected captain
of the 1967-68 team. He aver averaged
aged averaged 13.8 points a game. During
the spring he suffered a frac fractured
tured fractured neck, but is expected to
be at full speed for the start
of the season.

This man is:
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B. Throwing pizzas D. None of these
HC is correct. Pictured here, Associate Pro Professor
fessor Professor Peter Van Deursen Haven discusses
Venezuelan architecture at Central Univer University
sity University in Caracas with students enrolled in
World Campus Afloat-Chapman College
during the Spring 1967 semester at sea.
This group was one of many to fan-out
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the s.s. RYNDAM, campus and dormitory
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Professor Haven now teaches art courses
at the University of Miami, Florida. His
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Thursday, October 26, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Cage Gators Follow
Record-Breaking Year
Although Tennessees great triple overtime victory over Mississippi
State knocked UF out of a share of the Southeastern Conference basket basketball
ball basketball title, the Gators accomplished more than in any previous season.
Coach Tommy Bartletts club finished 22-4 (counting a win over the
touring Yugoslavian team), 14-4 in the SEC and tied for second with
Vanderbilt. All are one-season high marks for the Gators.
UF led the nation in rebounding, had the finest overall record
in the SEC and Deep South, and two Gator stars Gary Keller and
Skip Higley were named to all-SEC teams.
Keller, UFs leading scorer and the SECs top rebounder, was
drafted by the Denver team of the ABA and the LOs Angeles Lakers
of the NBA.
Under Bartletts guidance the Gators set 13 new team records
and two individual marks.
Team Records: Most Victories in Single Season (21), Best Overall
Record (21-4), Best Winning Percentage, 9th in nation, (.846), Most
Points in Season (1931), Most SEC Victories (14), Most Rebounds in
Season, Ist in nation (1275), Highest Rebound Average (51.00).
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