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Vol. 60, No. 38

INTERPRETIVE REPORT
The Pay Dispute: Its Birth And Growth

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the
first of a three-part series on the
controversy surrounding the pay payment
ment payment of student salaries in Stu-
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Sebastian, played by Claude Pinkston, re rebuffs
buffs rebuffs the Jester, played by Chris Smith, in
a scene from William Shakespeares comedy,
Twelfth Night. The production, opening
at 8:30 tonight, marks the dedication of the
new Constans Theatre at the Reitz Union.
(See Page 9 For Story)

'Jones Was Denied Tenure
What About Us? Profs Ask

By ALLEN COWAN
Alligator Staff Writer
An ad inserted in the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator by 26 UF professors has
asked President Stephen C. O-
Connell for an interpretation of
the UF constitution.

===TO BOARD OF REGENTS IF NECESSARY j
Jones Will Fight Tenure Denial

This is the fourth in a series of in depth
articles by Managing Editor Harvey Alper
on the controversy surrounding the denial
of tenure to Marshall Jones.
By HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Managing Editor
Marshall Jones will stand and fight his denial of tenure. He
will, if he feels further appeals to President Stephen C. O'Connell
are futile, go to the Faculty Senates Academic Freedom and
Tenure Committee. And, if necessary, from there he will go
directly to the Board of Regents.

The
Florida Alligator

By HAROLD ALDRICH
Alligator News Editor
Last week a major battle de developed
veloped developed between Student Publica Publications

The professors paid for the
ad in an effort to find out if
the UF will follow a consistent
pattern for deciding tenure in
the future. Some tenured pro professors,
fessors, professors, having spoken their
minds on the Dr. Marshall B.
Jones controversy, are afraid

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

tions Publications and Student Government
(SG) when Student Body Trea Treasurer
surer Treasurer Don Braddock said he would
not sign student payroll checks
for publications employees.
Braddock charged the payro'l
request had exceeded for the third
consecutive pay period the a amount
mount amount budgeted to publications
for salaries by Legislative Coun Council.
cil. Council.
The salary controversy arose
when the council cut publications
requested salary budget from
$35,080 to $25,300.
The council made the cut about
mid-October, more than a month
after publications began hiring
and paying employees for the
Fall Quarter.
Publications had to hire peo people
ple people in September, according to
Business Manager Brenton G.
Myking, so that the first edition
of the Alligator a 40-page
effort would be ready by the
first day of classes.
At the time, thi budget under
which publications would operate
in the current fiscal year was
not an offical one, lacking ap approval
proval approval of the Board of Student
Publications (BSP).
But the tentative budget could
not receive BSP approval at that
time because there was no of official
ficial official BSP. Appointments to the
BSP are made by the president
of the university, Director of
Publications King u. White point pointed
ed pointed out.
The last BSP appointed by for former
mer former President J. Wayne Reitz
disbanded in June, anticipating
that most of the students and fa faculty
culty faculty on the BSP would not be

their jobs might be at stake.
The constitution reads that any
professor with tenure, as well
as professors without tenure, can
be removed from the faculty
for cause.
(SEE AD" PAGE 10)

In fact, Jones says, he might even go to the courts in an
effort to get tenure at the UF.
All this grew out of the context of some kind of (anti-civil
rights) movement. I think I owe it to the (civil rights) movement
and the men who will come after me to fight this (negative)
kind of movement. I owe it to the university," Jones said re recently.
cently. recently. 1
He declared that his denial of tenure is a political thing."
This kind of thing has been going on for years but people
havent been standing up," Jones said.
He also accused the Personnel Board of considering improper
evidence in his case. Jones claims the board considered his
(SEE JONES" PAGE 2)

on campus during the second half
of the summer term.
A new BSP for this fiscal
year could not be officially ap appointed
pointed appointed until President Stephen
C. OConnell assumed his new
post in October.
Meanwhile, White said, the
Alligator had to hit the streets
every morning.
Consequently, he added, pro production
duction production had to start with the be belief
lief belief that the new BSP would ap approve
prove approve the budget at its first
meeting. The budget was subse subsequently
quently subsequently approved at the BSPs
first meeting last week.
The salary budget, which
comes from student activity fees
allocated to the Alligator by SG,
was also awaiting approval when
production started.
According to SGs financial
law, All budgets shall be ai>-

JOURNALISM SCHOOL'S
X
DeanWeimer
Resigns Post

Rae O. Weimer, 64, dean of the
College of Journalism, submitted
his resignation from that post to
UF President Stephen C. O'Con O'Connell
nell O'Connell Nov. 2, the Alligator learned
Wednesday.
The resignation is effective
June 30, 1968.
Weimer, who announced the
resignation to his faculty at a
4:45 p.m. Wednesday meeting,
arrived in Gainesville in 1949.
On July 1, 1949, he founded
the school of Journalism. Un Under
der Under his leadership the school
grew and became a college this
past summer.
Weimers resignation was sub submitted
mitted submitted because deans have to
retire at 65."
It isnt a hasty decision. Ive
thought for some time it was
time for somebody younger to
succeed me," Weimer said.
He noted, however, that he
plans to stay on at the College

Thursday, November 16, 1967

proved by Legislative Council
previous to the beginning of the
fiscal year for which they take
effect.
In compliance with the law,
publications submitted its bud budgets
gets budgets which are derived from SG
funds in February, 1967. The re requested
quested requested operating budget, which
covers the actual expenses of
publishing and printing the Al Alligator
ligator Alligator and other publications,
was $89,314. The requested sal salary
ary salary budget was $35,080.
The council directed that a new
operating budget be submitted,
based on $65,009, a figure the
council deemed reasonable. This
figure, then, was interpreted by
White and Myking as the SG
allocation to publications oper operating
ating operating budget for the year 1967-68.
(SEE PAY PAGE 2)

of Journalism until he reaches
the age of 70 when he will no
longer be able to teach because
of university regulations.
The out-going dean said he
has no idea who his successor
will be. But, he said There
is machinery set up for this
selection.
The College of Journalism fa faculty
culty faculty will elect a committee to
act as a screening board and this
board will in turn make recom recommendations
mendations recommendations to Dean of Academic
Affairs Robert Mautz. Mautz will
pass along the board recommen recommendations
dations recommendations to OConnell who will
select the College of Journal Journalisms
isms Journalisms new dean upon approval of
the Board of Regents.
Weimer, who is the first dean
in the young college's history,
spoke warmly of his years at
Florida Wednesday night.
Things have changed. In those
days (1949) we had a few old
(SEE WEIMER PAGE 4)
Shands Employe
Found Dead
An employee of the Shands
Teaching Hospital was found dead
on a hospital stairwell early
Wednesday morning.
Fleming Woods, of High
Springs, was discoveredat6a.m.
Wednesday by another hospital
employee and a campus police policeman.
man. policeman.
Woods was pronounced dead at
6:10 a.m. by a university doctor.
Death was due to natural causes,
hospital officials said.
;s. . ***.

See Story
Page 15

Inside
'Twelfth Night 1
To Open Tonight
See Page Nine



!, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, November 16, 1967

Page 2

The Pay Dispute: Its Birth And Growth

But the council took no act action
ion action at that time on the salary
request. Action was postponed to
the summer term.
The summer council, however,
also deferred action on the sal salary
ary salary request, pending the outcome
of the proposed tuition hike.
So, when time to start pro production
duction production of the Alligator arrived,
there was stir no offical sal salarv
arv salarv budget.
The salary request of $35,080,
however, had been submitted to
the BSP for approval prior to

Jones Will Fight
case on the basis of political ideas.
Nevertheless, OConnell remains staunch in his position.
No one has suggested to me, the new UF president asserted,
that consideration of Dr. Jones case was not properly done
and that he was not accorded every privilege and opportunity
to which he is entitled and to which any other faculty member
would be entitiled under the constitution of the university.
My position is simply that this decision having been made
by those in authority and charged with the responsibility for
having made it, and there being no indication yet that it was
not made In a proper manner, that I will not review it, OConnell
affirmed.
But, the president left the door open to future review.
If the Board of Regents finds that the university made a
mistake in any way in this case I will be happy to re-open it.
Professor Jones also has the privilege of petitioning our
University Faculty Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure
to hear any complaint he may have that he has been improperly
denied tenure or his academic freedom. If that committee, after
proper hearing, finds that Professor Jones has been denied a
right to which he is entitled, I will then reconsider my decision
not to re-open the matter.
And so, as far as OConnell is concerned, the matter stands.
He takes the position of Health Center Provost Samuel Martin
that tenure is not automatic. It is thaj is earned.
The UF is not organized like a university but like a business,
with a board of directors at the top, a president and lesser
officers to manage the shop, employees to do the work (faculty)
and a commodity to be produced (students). This structure,
like business organization generally, is thoroughly authoritarian,
Jones stated in a prepared statement last month.
I advocate self-government and independence for the uni university.
versity. university. The president and all other administrative officers should
be chosen by the faculty and students and be removable by them
at their discretion. The Board of Regents should be abolished
and replaced by a Council of University Presidents, each one
of whom is individually responsible to the faculty and students
of his particular institution, Jones continued.
And so, Jones said the faculty must come together as a
professional organization or a union to fight for the independence
and self government of the university. Next, he stated, the com combination
bination combination would have to understand its chief weapon as the strike.
Seemingly, as his Rome burns, Jones like Nero continues to
fiddle.
He has not, since the rejection of his tenure by the Personnel
Board five months ago, appealed to any one other than the presi president
dent president who insists the case is closed.
Unless Marshall Jones does something he will discontinue
his work at the UF on June 30, 1968.
He has less than eight months to act. The fire is growing.
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going to the council. The BSP
unanimously approved the re request,
quest, request, in light of anticipated pro production
duction production growth and output, ac according
cording according to Myking.
INCREASED SIZE
Assuming, therefore, Myking
said, that the size of the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator was going to increase this
year, then the number of
employees and the time spent
in production were also going
to increase. Inadvertently, he
pointed out, salaries would have
to increase,too.

When we started hiring for
this term in mid-September, we
realized that there was a pos possibility
sibility possibility that Leg Council might
not grant the salary budget we
requested, Myking said.
But, he went on, there
has been a precedent of many
years standing of salaries being
under-budgeted by the council
and made up later with Student
Government approval, out of Stu Student
dent Student Publications operating ac account.
count. account.
The money in the operating
account used in the past to make
up salary deficits came from ad advertising
vertising advertising revenue.
'NO INDICATION
We had no indication what whatsoever,
soever, whatsoever, Myking pointed out,
that if the salary budget were
cut, the deficit would be made
up in any other way than from
unused revenue, in other words
profits, from the operating ac account.
count. account.
Yet, when publications* began
submitting salary requests to
Braddock, he informed White and
Myking that they were exceed exceeding
ing exceeding the budget. He urged them,
in a letter dated Oct. 19, to
conform to the salary budget.
However, since publications
had already overextended its sal salary
ary salary budget at that point, the
council granted a transfer of
funds from the operating account
to the salary account to make
up the amount already spent over
the budget.
Braddock said the council could
grant the transfer then because
it remained within the amount
the law allows lO per cent
of the operating budget.
Braddock said that further
transfers could not be granted
until both he and the council
had reviewed the operating bud budget
get budget and ascertained that there
were funds available to transfer.
'SHOW US
When they can show us that
they have money to transfer,
then we can transfer. Until we
see that, however, they must
remain within the existing bud budget,
get, budget, Braddock said.
He claimed that he did not
know whether the money was
available to transfer because he
had not seen the operating bud budget
get budget based on the $65,009 allo allocated
cated allocated by the council last Feb February.
ruary. February.
I guess, he speculated,
theyre still working on it.

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Not so, retorts Myking. I
told him in writing that the bud budget
get budget was completed, but that it
had to go to the Board (of Stu Student
dent Student Publications) for approval
before copies of it could be
disseminated to external of offices.
fices. offices.
Both organizations are appar apparently
ently apparently caught in a vicious circle.
Braddock and the council can cannot
not cannot grant transfers from the op operating
erating operating account to the salary

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account, they claim, until they
can review the operating bud budget.
get. budget.
Yet, they cannot review that
budget until it is approved by the
BSP. And the budget cannot be
approved until the BSP meets.
Meanwhile, the Alligator must
still hit the streets every morn morning.
ing. morning. And that means money must
be spent and people must be paid.



Its UF Vs FSU
In United Fund

By MARGIE GROSS
Alligator Staff Writer
Even campaign chairmen of
proper and charitable efforts may
have their own innocent fun
at times.
If this fun centers around the
1967 Leon and Alachua County
United Fund chairmen and an
idea to seemingly spark com community
munity community action then, so much
the better.
An official challenge to meet
their respective goals was re recently
cently recently issued by George R. Lang Langford,
ford, Langford, Leon County United Fund
chairman, and formally accept accepted
ed accepted by Robert Saunders, Alachua
County United Fund chairman.
CAMPUS
EVENTS
By DAVID CHAFIN
Alligator Staff Writer
IN OLD ENGLISH SITUATION
COMEDIES: Florida Players in inaugurates
augurates inaugurates the new Henry Con Constans
stans Constans theater tonight with its
first major production of the
year, Shakespeares Twelfth
Night. Curtain rises at 8
oclock.
IN MARCHING THROUGH
GEORGIA: The Alachua County
Alumni club screens a great
flick with one of the happiest
endings ever on celluloid. Its
called The Florida-Gebrgia
Game, and stars Richard Trapp
and Larry Rentz with an unfor unforgettable
gettable unforgettable walk-on by Wayne Bar Barfield.
field. Barfield. It plays in the Reitz Union
Aud. at 8 oclock tonight.
IN GETTING THE RUN RUNAROUND:
AROUND: RUNAROUND: Circle K spins into
room 355 of the Union tonight
at 7.
IN TWO-TIMING BRIDGE
PLAYERS: Duplicate bridge
players can sign up for a dup duplicate
licate duplicate bridge tournament all day
today at the Games Area desk
of the Union. The tournament will
be held on Nov. 30.
IN TIME Tp MILK ME MOO MOOCOWS,
COWS, MOOCOWS, MITES: The Dairy
Science Club will meet in room
201 of the Dairy Science Build Building
ing Building at 7 tonight and have as
their discussion topic Dairying
in Australia and New Zealand.
(Ever try to milk a kangaroo
in full hop?)
IN THE PEOPLES CHOICE
AND ALL THAT: Leg Council
members will congregate in room
150 D of the Union tonight at
7 to carry on the vital duties
of Democracy (like muzzling the
watchdogs).

Freshmen & Sophomores!
Mr. Jesse Burt, State
Director of Teacher
Recruitment will speak
on CAREERS IN EDUCATION
Thursday, November 16
7:30 pm Norman Hall
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Student Florida Education Association (FEA)

Saunders said he looked upon
the challenge with delight and
anticipation.
Actually, Alachua County's
population is 88,900 and its Uni United
ted United Fund goal is $217,000. Leon
County has 85,000 people and a
goal of $235,000. This would
apparently put Alachua County at
an SIB,OOO and 4,900 population
advantage over Leon County.
Alachuas goal is 50 per cent
higher than last years, while
Leons is only up approximately
per cent.
If this is an indication of the
way the respective communities
can be depended upon to meet
their responsibilities, the Al Alachua
achua Alachua Division chairman openly
says that Gainesville, as the only
historic seat of higher learning
in the state, will remain the
city from whence the majority
of things worthwhile originate.
And thus, the United Fund chal challenge
lenge challenge seems to be the newest
Gainesville-Tallahassee rivalry.
The official penalty has not
been determined yet, but may
include tossing meringue pies at
the losers or having them roll
the winners down Florida Field
in wheelbarrows.
The statewide United Fund
deadline is November 16 and
the official outcome will then be
determined. By November 25 the
Alachua-Leon County United
Fund victor will be established.
The pies and the wheelbarrows
should then make their appear appearance
ance appearance at halftime of the Florida-
FSU football game.
UF Doctors
To Discuss
Drug Abuse
The use and abuse of drugs
will be discussed by a team of
four infirmary doctors today at
9:30 a.m. in room 349 of the
J. Wayne Reitz Union. The sym symposium
posium symposium is open to members of
the faculty interested in the per personal
sonal personal growth and welfare of stu students.
dents. students. Vice President of Student
Affairs Lester L. Hale is spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring the symposium.
UF psychiatrist Dr. Edwin A.
Larson is in charge of todays
discussion. Other participating
doctors are Wilmer J. Coggins,
director of student health, and
infirmary psychologists Ben
Barger and Vincent F.OConnell.
Hale said that the student af affairs
fairs affairs staff will sponsor monthly
symposiums instead of having
monthly meetings.

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I won't
go into business when
I graduate because:

a. Id lose my individuality.
b. Its graduate school for me.
c. My mother wants me to be a doctor.
Cant argue with c), but before you check
a) or b)pencils up! There have been some
changes. Drastic changes in the business
scene. But changes in the vox populi attitude
regarding business ... especially on campus
... just havent kept pace.
Take the belabored point that business
turns you into a jellyfish. The men who run
most of the nations successful firms didnt
arrive by nepotism, by trusting an Ouija
board, or by agreeing with their bosses. Along
the way. a well-modulated No was said.
And backed up with the savvy and guts to todays
days todays business demands.
In short, individuality is highly prized in
much of the business worldthe successful
much. Even when the business is big. Like
Western Electric, the manufacturing and sup supply
ply supply unit of the Bell System.
We provide communications equipment for

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our Bell System teammates, the Bell telephone
companies. This takes a lot of thought, deci decisions,
sions, decisions, strong stands for our convictions, (and
sometimes some mistakes .. were human,
every 160,000 of us).
Individuality pays off. Not only in raises,
but in*personal reward as well. Like an engi engineer
neer engineer who knew deep down that there was a
better way to make a certain wire connector
and did. Or a WE gal who streamlined time timeconsuming
consuming timeconsuming office procedures, and saved us
some $63,000 a year.
Rewards and accolades. For saying No.
For thinking creatively and individually. For
doing.
Not every hour is Fun Hour, but if youve
got imagination and individualityyouve got
it made. With a business like Western Electric.
Well even help you answer b) with our Tui Tuition
tion Tuition Refund program. Come on in and go
for President!
Western Electric
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, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, November 16, 1£67

Gas Bomb
Scorches
SAE Lion
A molotov cocktail, thrown
from a passing car at 12:30
a.m. Wednesday morning,
scorched the ornamental lion in
front of the SAE fraternity house.
A member of the fraternity
said flames shot 30 feet into
the air. The electrical system
which lights the lion at night
was burned out.
It was pretty, said one mem member.
ber. member. All the flames and spark sparkling.
ling. sparkling. It was great!
The flames burned most'of the
paint off the lion, which is made
of cast iron. The lion was re repainted
painted repainted Wednesday afternoon.
Two witnesses to the incident
said it was too dark to accurat accurately
ely accurately describe the car. They said
it appeared to have Georgia li license
cense license plates. Police have no
further leads to go on.

Weimer
typewriters in a temporary build building
ing building and I cant say we had more
than about 20 majors. During
the first year we graduated less
than a dozen people. Now weve
grown to be the biggest, or sec second
ond second biggest journalism school
in the United States without count counting
ing counting graduate students. We may
be the biggest with graduate stu students,
dents, students, Weimer said.
The outgoing dean said he was
real reluctant to submit his
resignation.
I so much enjoy the rela relationship
tionship relationship Ive had with President
J. Wayne Reitz and Dean Mautz
and Vice-President Conner. It
would be wonderful to stay on
and work with a dynamic guy
like Steve OConnell. But, it is
one of those things and I cant,
Weimer declared.
Speaking of his background in
journalism and communications
Weimer remarked that he work worked
ed worked in newspapers throughout the
middle west and in New York City
for about 25 years before com coming
ing coming to the UF.

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Fund Shortage Hurting WUFT

By JANE STECHER
Alligator Staff Writer
WUFTs current instructional
television program is being
threatened by poor response fro d
state educators and lack of funds,
according to Mark Damen, WUFT
program director.
WUFT, with studios in the
College of Journalism and Com Communications,
munications, Communications, serves schools in a
five-county area and provides
video-taped lectures for UF
courses via closed circuit TV,
he said.
WUFTs current instructional
television program, North-
Central Florida Educational TV
Project, telecasts school courses
to Alachua, Levy, Gilchrist, Col Columbia

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pointed out recently. Two of these
counties, Columbia and Union,
are unable to pay their share
of telecast costs, he said.
Telecast costs for a semester
are normally met by school board
contributions figured at $1 per
student enrolled in the countys
public schools, Damen said.
Alachua as host county col collects
lects collects the money and transfers it
to WUFT.
Dr. A. J. Jacobs, coordinator
for in-school broadcasting at
WUFT, pointed out that ITV can
save schools money while pro providing
viding providing a rich curriculum that
schools couldnt otherwise af afford.
ford. afford.
A TV lecture can accommo-

date more students than a regular
class and eliminate the need for
additional teachers and money,
he added.
The math departments savings
were estimated by Damen in
tens of thousands of dollars for
one trimester last year.

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Shands Director Taps
Two New Assistants

Schwartz

INFIRMARYS DR. POTTER:
She Makes Warts Go Away

By STEVE HULSEY
Alligator Staff Writer
Dr. Nell Potter does not use a
magic brew, or a wand, but she
does remove warts at the UF
Infirmary.
Dr. Potter, a staff physician
at the infirmary, runs a wart
clinic once a week, or some sometimes
times sometimes two weeks. Appointments
are made by telephone.
The clinic is never held on
Monday, she said, because
Monday is such a busy day.
Dr. Potter said she removes
warts for about 15 people each
time the clinic is held.
The doctor performs her feat
with liquid nitrogen. She said the
nitrogen is applied directly to the
wart, which usually comes off in
one to two weeks.
Sometimes the wart is trimmed
off.
Unless the wart is very
deep, she said,: no scar
results.
The only discomfort involved is
from the nitrogen, Dr. Potter
said. It freezes the wart and the
cold is felt for about a half
minute.
Dr. Potter said the whole pro process
cess process takes from 5 to 10 minutes.
If a student comes to the in infirmary
firmary infirmary for medical treatment,

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They are Michael R. Schwartz and John M. Whalen, former assist assistants
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Schwartz was a research assistant in the Department of Mathe Mathematics
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Hospital, Fort McArthur, Cal., before coming to the J. Hill is
Miller Health Center and the Shands Teaching Hospital in July, 1966.
Whalen came to the Teaching Hospital as administrative resi resident
dent resident in 1966. Earlier experience includes administrative service
at San Juan Hospital Inc., Farmington, N.M., and at the University
of Illinois Research and Education Hospitals in Chicago.
The Shands Teaching Hospital and Clinics is a unit of the Uni Universitys
versitys Universitys J. Hillis Miller Health Center.

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This is an electric needle which
burns the wart off, she said.
When this method is used, a local
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Dr. Potter said that if a person
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The
Florida Alligator
"To Let The People Know
mL
Harvey Alper Harold Kennedy
/Avuf/iirfiu Managin#Editor Executive Editor
Harold Aldrich Bob Padecky
News Editor Sports Editor
Hm Florida Alligator** official position on Issues Is expressed
only In tbe columns below. Other material In this Issue may
reflect the opinion of the writer or cartoonist and not necessarily
that od the Florida Alligator unless specifically Indicated.

Jones Must Act Now

Marshall Jones is sit sitting
ting sitting on his hands.
For weeks now we have
barraged with news of the
Jones tenure case. We have
heard all sides and report reported
ed reported all sides. And, we have
become increasingly con confused
fused confused by Jones position.
Marshall Jones wants his
case reviewed and re reopened.
opened. reopened.
Were for that.
But, we believe that
Jones has exhausted his
appeals to the president
and must now turn to either
the Faculty Senate commit committee
tee committee on tenure or the Board
of Regents.
Jones is not doing this.
Instead, he continues to
insist that UF President
Stephen C. OConnell re reopen
open reopen the case through the
Personnel Board.
Jones is being unreason unreasonable.
able. unreasonable. OConnell cannot re reopen
open reopen the case and maintain
his stature as president.
He has made his position
on this matter so firm that
any change in attitude would

Parking Permit Paradox

A parkingproblem exists
on campus so crucial that
2 out of every 3 cars regis registered
tered registered has no place to park.
Local proprietors are
beginning to crackdown on
students illegally parked
in lots adjoining their
stores. Gainesville police
hauled away 9 cars just
last week for illegal park parking.
ing. parking. Each student was fined
$7.50.
Now everyone knows a
parking problem exists, but
no one seems to be doing
anything about it, except
in a recent case by in increasing
creasing increasing the problem.
According to a non-pub non-publicized
licized non-publicized report from the

make him appear foolish.
Moreover, OConnell is
caught in a maze of con contradictions
tradictions contradictions by the pro-
Jones forces. The contra contradictions
dictions contradictions are not the pres presidents,
idents, presidents, they are the pro protestors.
testors. protestors.
Apparently OConnell
was first told the AAUP
(American Association of
University Professors) re required
quired required matters of tenure be
kept private. Now hes be being
ing being told by this same body
that tenure is a public mat matter.
ter. matter.
OConnell at least has
been consistent.
Now is Marshall Jones
turn to take respectable and
affirmative action. If he
does not appeal to a new
source soon his case will
die quietly as it drops from
page one to page two and
then, finally, completely
out of the newspapers.
Professor Jones, you
must act now if you wish
to win your case and main maintain
tain maintain the sympathy of that
part of the university which
has been yours until now.

Traffic and Safety Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, 8 all-campus parking
stickers were issued to a
group of faculty at nearby
Santa Fe Junior College.
The reason for the per permits
mits permits was to promote
goodwill.
This is fine.
However, whenpersonnel
from a different school are
given parking priority over
UF faculty or students,
something is wrong.
We believe the Traffic
and Safety Committee has
acted in an unfair way and
should have the parking
permits they issued re returned
turned returned and then allocated
to someone on campus.

There Is Evidence Israel Exists
PHOENIX WATCHES==^==
Sexual Permissiveness?
IRA BRUKNER

See it was like this when we waltz
into this place a couple of Papish cats is
doing an Aztec two-step
And I says
Dad lets cut but then this dame comes
up behind me see and says
You and me could really exist
Wow I says
Only the next day she has bad teeth and
really hates poetry
Ferlinghetti is definitely not describing a
20th century Fox although these Papish
cats dont waste time on elementary things.
However, he is perhaps describing phe phenomena
nomena phenomena not unfamiliar to many people.
With Newsweek, other weekly bibles doing
stories on the permissive society it
can be asked if the ways of these cats
are acquiring a certain respectability or
if the hitherto Puritans are showing a cer certain
tain certain laxity in their attitudes.
In short is the immoral and reasoning
being replaced by an uninhibited concern
for the realization of the beauty in life?
These mornings after the nights before
one may perceive the picture of a female
driving home from the grocery store where
the bagboy didnt even notice her saying
in R. Jarrells words:
I am afraid, this morning, of my face
It looks at me
From the rear-view mirror, with eyes I hate
The smile I hate. Its plain, lined look
Os gray discovery
Repeats to me: Youre old. Thats all,
Im old.
And what about the male if he cares
finding out, not unrealistically that she
has bad teeth and really hates poetry.

Alligator Staff
The Florida Alligator Is a student newspaper
RITCHIE TIDWELL DAVE DOUCETTE
Copy Editor Asst. News Editor
LORI STEELE JOE TORC9A
Campus Li Ting Editor Feature
STAFF WRITERS: Michael Abrams, Arlene Caplan, David Chafin, Alan
Cowan, Sandra Drechsler, Dave Doucette, Janie Gould, Margie Gross,
Dee Dee Horn, Steve Hulsey, Paul Kaplan, Kathie Keim, Leslie Lepene,
Jean Mamlin, Roy Mays, Fred McNeese, Denise O'Connell, Allen Pierleoni,
Steve Robbltaille, Carol Sanger, Jerry Silberberg, Janice Sizemore, Nick
Tatro.
CARTOONISTS: Paul King, Dennis Skisen.
STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS: Nick Arroyo, Mike Huddleston, Steve Rushing.

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The point is that if there is a trend
and it is towards permissiveness, first is
it a degrading trend, and second what
will its results be?
On the brink of a mutual understanding
. Yes . Thousand of thoughts about
beautiful things fleeting across one's mind
. Yes . The exhilaration of life and
the ecstasy of being . Yes . Pictures
of a gone world and fourth grade hall
monitors sticking your pigtails in inkwells
. Yes Lipstick and locker-room
smells . Yes . Yes
Is this degradation? Perhaps not but is
this real? I am reminded of a passage in
The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam:
Ah Love! could you and I with Him conspire
To grasp this sorry Scheme of Things entire,
Would not we shatter it to bits and then
Re-mould it nearer to the Hearts Desire!
If the trend is to the removal of cum cumbersome
bersome cumbersome inhibitions and the re-moulding
of greater permissiveness, is it a degrad degrading
ing degrading or a desirable one?
The Phoenix hardly pretends to think
or write in Lerneresque terms but the
pundit in describing the biological impulse impulsemorals
morals impulsemorals conflict notes that premarital re relations
lations relations in 1957 were most frequent on the
grade-school level and least frequent on the
college level.
He further notes that there is a discernible
American attitude directing its different
freedoms more and more into the channels
of happiness happiness being redefined
not in terms of success or material goods
or power, but in terms of the broad per personal
sonal personal expressiveness which includes sexual
expressiveness.



Negroes Not Discriminated On Campus

MR. EDITOR:
Your high ranking University of Floridas admin administrators
istrators administrators Negro bust was a pretty rank example of
an attention getter in my opinion.
Reading your article led me to develop the following
observations:
The state of Alabama probably has not a public
financed predominantly Negro university like our
Florida A & M whose excellence was shown in one
of many respects by sending a superb band to OUR
homecoming. This is discrimination??
How many Negroes do you know personally that
feel the University of Floridas administration prac practices
tices practices open racial discrimination?
Os course, Negroes as well as Caucasians will
be denied admission because of the 300 score.
Not only do many Negroes think the University of

Student Spirit
Termed Best

MR. EDITOR:
To The Student Body:
You know, a few years ago
school spirit around here was an
ideology, thought about only when
speaking of the top ten or other
big football schools. But as of
last Saturday the student body
came of age.
You can now recognize your yourselves
selves yourselves as being the most spirited
school in the South, 1 would go as
far to say in the nation.
I*ve been to the Tiger Den at
LSU and the one at Auburn as well
as the other great schools of the
South but Ive never seen a crowd
more cooperative and responsive
than last Saturday at the Gator
Bowl.
I want to convey the appreci appreciation
ation appreciation expressed to me by Coach
Graves and his staff, the football
team and the cheerleaders. You
- --
SellPom-Poms
For FSU Clash
MR. EDITOR:
Handing out pom-poms to the
student cheering section before
the Georgia game was a great
idea and it really boosted school
spirit.
Id like to suggest that we do
the same thing when we meet
the girls from good ole F.S.P.U.
Theyre really up for the
Florida game (theyve stood and
yelled Go to Hell, Florida for
several minutes after their last
three home games, and theyve
had signs up all over Tallahassee
for the last week expressing the
same sentiments), and were gon gonna
na gonna have to do something to pacify
the babies, besides turn them
every way but loose on the foot football
ball football field.
My vote goes for the pom pompoms
poms pompoms and everyone Ive talked
to would like to see the entire
east stands of Florida Field one
big waving orange and blue pom pompom
pom pompom for the F.S.U. game and
all of our home games in the
future.
HARLEY MILLER, 3AR

Letters to the editor should be limited
to 300 words All letters must be signed;
however upon request the writers name
can be withheld. Correspondence will be
subject to standard editing procedures so
that it complies with space limitations

never realize just how much your
enthusiasm means to those
people.
I urge youall to continue to take
pride in your school, it will make
your stay here many times more
pleasurable and memorable.
University of Florida students
- Congratulations!! youre
number one.
Go Gators,
CHARLES GORE
HEAD CHEERLEADER
Blood Bank
Article Poor
MR. EDITOR:
In reference to an article that
appeared in the November Bth
issue of The Alligator there
are a number of points that
need to be cleared up.
To begin with, an article of
this sort is in poor taste. This
particular article contained more
information that was not true,
than truth; as many of your fel fellow
low fellow students were to learn when
they reached the Blood Bank.
The Blood Bank does main maintain
tain maintain a paid donor list from which
donors are called when a need
for their specific blood group
arises, and when the need is
for blood less than 24 hours
old. All blood groups are given
the same compensation and these
donors are expected to respond
to give blood, whether day or
night.
The compensation is for that
particular donor to donate at a
specified time, and in response
to a specified need.
It is difficult to understand what
you mean in your last paragraph.
A donor presenting himself to be
placed on the paid donor list
must have a specimen drawn in
order to determine his blood
group. This is not necessarily
one week in advance of donat donation.
ion. donation. It may range anywhere from
a few hours to several months,
depending on the blood needs of
the Blood Bank.
T. WALTER YOUNGLOVE
CHIEF TECHNOLOGIST

Florida is rougher than Florida A & M, but many
Caucasians will agree also.
You overlooked to mention:
how many of the 80 Negroes, if any, want to be in
student government and have applied;
the specific statements out of Charter, if any,
that "deny a Negros membership in a fraternity
or sorority;
how many of the 80 Negroes, if any, wanted a
Florida oriented Negro church and asked for it.
I do not agree that the University of Florida is
at fault for the lack of Negro organizations as you
imply. An Interest is fundamental to the case and
this is apparently lacking. The fact that there are
only 80 Negroes enrolled at the University of Florida
could be the result of:
personal preference;
lack of funds;

LIMIT
ALUMNI
TICKETS
MR. EDITOR:
Knowing that many students
were unable to purchase
tickets to the Florida-Georgia
game, I was disgusted to see
the Gator Bowl literally ringed
with Florida alumni boasting
handfulls of tickets to sell
before the game.
I know they were from
Florida because I asked them.
I questioned one man as to how
many tickets he has been
allowed to purchase.
It seems to me that with
the ever-present student
ticket shortage that alumni
should be limited to the num number
ber number of tickets they can pur purchase,
chase, purchase, just as students are.
How ridiculous to have to
wait until one is an alumnus
to see the Gators play. Its
clearly time for an honest
re-evaluation of ticket sales.
NAME WITHELD

Prof. Paul L. Adams, M.D., Psychiatry and
Pediatrics, Asst. Prof. David N. Aspy, Foundat Foundations
ions Foundations of Education, Assoc. Prof. Donald L. Avila,
Foundations of Education, Asst. Prof. Philip
Bacon, Mathematics, Dorothy E. Collins, Instruct Instructor
or Instructor and Chief Soc. Worker, Childrens Inpatient
Unit, Psychiatry, Assoc. Prof. Robert L. Curran,
Foundations of Education, David A. Drake, Post Postdoctoral
doctoral Postdoctoral FeFow, Mathematics, Assoc. Prof. Her Herschel
schel Herschel Elliott, Philosophy, Asst. Prof. Gordon
E. Greenwood, Foundations of Education, Prof.
Thomas L. Hanna, Chairman, Philosophy, Assoc.
Prof. Richard P. Haynes, Philosophy, Asst. Prof.
Robert E. Jester, Foundations of Education, Prof.
Sidney M. Jourard, Psychology, Asst. Prof. David

(Paid Advertisement)
OPEN LETTER TO THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
The previous administration of this University had denied tenure to Professor Mar Marshall
shall Marshall B. Jones. In a document which is now part of the public record, Vice President
Frederick Conner stated that he voted to deny tenure because of remarks made in a
published address by Professor Jones. Former President Reitz is also reported to
have declared that Vice President Conners views were an adequate expression of his
own.
We are deeply distressed that Professor Jones had been denied a continuing position
at this University, and hold, moreover, that the reasons given for this denial are
capricious and contrary to acceptable standards of scholarship. We believe that no one
who gave a careful reading to Professor Jones article* could draw from it the con conclusions
clusions conclusions reached by President Reitz and Vice President Conner. We are convinced that
Professor Jones had a right, consistent with his position at this University, to write
as he did In that article. We believe that no university should deny its platform to a
faculty member because of his having advocated a reasoned commitment based on
evidence and supported by argument.
In order to emphasize our beliefs, we wish now publicly to announce that we agree
substantially with the significant point made in Professor Jones article. Each of us,
tenured or non-tenured member of this Faculty, wishes respectfully to request from the
Administration a formal declaration whether his position is in jeopardy. Specifically,
we wish to know whether we are to be dismissed from the University Faculty for cause,
and whether those of us who are without tenure can expect to be denied it.

* The Role of the Faculty in Student Rebellion, The Educational Forum, Vol. XXX,
No. 2, (January, 1966).
We have not canvassed the Faculty. Anyone who concurs in any or all of our beliefs is
urged to call Mrs. Paul L. Adams at 372-5021.

Thursday, November 16, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

uninformed counseling;
desire to be with others;
ad nauseam.
The University of Florida had the largest soul
(a Negro inception) show in Florida which was pre presented
sented presented by a fraternity (note) council. I ask you to
direct your attention to the Sunday (11-12-67) Tampa
Tribune concerning Florida A & Ms identity.
Your presentation of opinion(s) as fact is intolerable
and reflects your inherent inability to report accurate accurately
ly accurately and effectively. You probably had never consid considered
ered considered that your sickening sympathetic approach could
cause a not previously present schism between races.
You will only (and so will the 80 Negroes) feel
as much a part of this campus as you move to
be a part of it.
R. A. BUCHHOLZ, JR.

OConnell Dealt
With Jones Fairly
MR. EDITOR:
Many faculty members must feel somewhat disheartened by last
week's efforts in behalf of Marshall Jones.
Rather than follow procedures of appeal that had been clearly out outlined,
lined, outlined, a faction of students and faculty chose direct action which served
no purpose except to embarrass the University and its new president at
a time when both need support.
President OConnell had made his position absolutely clear. Could
anyone expect him, having just succeeded Dr. Reitz, to immediately
reverse a Reitz decision in a highly controversial matter? Most
certainly not when higher authority clearly should prevail.
While all faculty members must support the principles of free speech
and academic freedom, and while the majority probably wish Jones well
in future appeals through the proper channels, any further attempts
merely to focus attention on his case by embarrassing President OCon OConnell
nell OConnell should be condemned.
Our new president is showing every sign of being exactly what this
university needs to make it an outstanding institution of higher learning.
He has handled the Jones case judiciously and diplomatically. Many of
us will be pulling for him in future problems he will encounter.
A NON-TENURED FACULTY MEMBER

R. Kurtzman, Philosophy and Mathematics, Assoc.
Prof. David Lane, Personnel Services, Education,
Asst. Prof. Clifford R. Lelanc, Personnel Ser Services,
vices, Services, Education, Asst. Prof. Kenneth A. Megill,
Philosophy, Asst. Prof. James Millikan,Philoso Millikan,Philosophy,
phy, Millikan,Philosophy, Assoc. Prof. John M. Newell, Foundations of
Education, Marnell L. Pierce, Head Teacher,
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and Psychiatry, Asst. Prof. Gerald Webster, Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel Services, Education, Asst. Prof. J. Jay
Zeman, Philosophy and Mathematics, Asst. Prof.
Marilyn Zweig, Philosophy.

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560-15. Under 50 miles. SIO.OO
each. Call Bob after 4 at 376-
8572. (A-38-2t-p)
MUST SELL or dropout. Super
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sprokets, tires, brakes and paint,
call 376-1896, Ed. (A-38-3t-p)
BMW 250 cc, excellent condition,
many extras, saddle bags, hel helmet,
met, helmet, etc., $425. 284-4 Corry Vil Village
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p) (A-38-2tp)
PELICAN SAILBOAT (Dinghy
Class) with trailer. Top con condition.
dition. condition. Call Emily 378-4665 after
5:30. (A-38-st-p)
FOR SALE: Set of Hollywood twin
beds good shape, moving. Call
372-3015 evenings. (A-38-lt-p)
GOLD Damask, 3 cushioned sofa,
SSO; round walnut table, $5; pair
of blue love seats, mahogany
frames, S7O. 376-3981. (A-38-
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for rent
ECONOMICAL LIVING one block
off campus; S6O per month room
and board; Collegiate Living Or Organization;
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St. or call secretary 376-9420,
(B-29-llt-p)
ONE BEDROOM apartment in
quiet section, University Gar- j
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air/heat, pool, bus, much more.
378-8592. $l2O/month. (B-38-5t-
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FOR RENT: Housetrailer. 38x I
B'. Room for 2. $65/month. Trail Trailer
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Call Art to see. 376-9256. (B- J
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AVAILABLE NOW. Trailer space
on beautiful residential lot. Quiet,
peaceful. sls per month. No
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WILL HAVE comfortable and
convenient efficiency apartment.
Available December 15th, No car
needed-. Apply 321 SW 13th St.
(B-38-lt-c)
LARGE ONE BEDROOM apart apartment
ment apartment to sublet. Air conditioned
and carpeted. Nice Furniture,
quiet. Convenient to the mall.
$lO7 per month, 2901 NW 14th
St. #2. Call 378-8024. (B-38-
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turn return 19th. Call Carol Jones 372-
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WANTED: Student wife to care
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lot. 2 years old. $27,900. 378-
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'Twelfth Night To Open Tonight

By TIM STERLING
Alligator Staff Writer
A twin brother and sister are
separated in a shipwreck, and
each supposes the other to be
drowned when the curtain rises
on the play, Twelfth Night,
tonight at 8:30 in the Constans
Theatre of the Reitz Union.
The main theme of the play
sparks a note of confusion. The
girl, Viola, finds herself in the
Dukes court in Illyria disguised
as a boy servant to Duke Or Orsino.
sino. Orsino. She attempts to win the love
of the Countess Olivia for him,
but in her boyish disguise, she
only succeeds in gaining favor
with the Countess.
The confusion becomes even
more Intense when Violas bro brother,
ther, brother, Sebastian, finds his way to
Illyria only to discover that he
and his sister are so much alike
that he is mistaken for her, and
neither the boy nor the girl re recognizes
cognizes recognizes each other.
Twelfth Night is being pre presented
sented presented by the Florida Players
and the UF Department of Speech
and includes a cast of UF stu students.
dents. students.
The pink and blue stylized
platform used in the play, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by baroque music,
depicts a more formal than real realistic
istic realistic atmosphere. We are doing
Shakespeare because people al always
ways always enjoy his plays, said Dr.
L. L. Zimmerman, director of the
play. We want a delightful show,
and Twelfth Night is that show.
Its also an opportunity for a
lo of people to act.
Zimmerman explained he has
deleted some of the fine lit literary
erary literary phrases and tried to get
a tight, witty story in order
to display the grand characters
of the play.
The play is scheduled to show
each night for one week and will
correspond with the Saturday
night official opening of the Con Constans
stans Constans Theatre.
Tickets for Twelfth Night
went on sale for both students
and the general public Monday
at the Constans Theatre Box
Office, and they will be on sale
until show time on each night
of the performance. Prices in include
clude include 25 cents for students, 75
cents for children and $1.50 for
adults.
Following Twelfth Night will
be a fare of six one-act plays
to be presented in the Constans
Theatre Nov. 31 and Dec. 1.
The plays, part of the Players
experimental theatre, are di directed
rected directed by UF graduate students.
The six plays are, <*The Les Lesson,
son, Lesson, Constantanople Smith,
English Flummery, The
Tiger, Five Days, and A
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Production Concept
(EDITORS NOTE: The following article was written by Dr. L.
L. Zimmerman, director of Twelfth Night, at the request of the
Alligator.lt concerns the production concept of the play.)
The forthcoming production of Twelfth Night is a venture into
the realm of pure romantic scenic illusion. Realistic details of time
and place are bypassed to achieve a total scenic environment in
which to place the beguiling love story of its characters, and the
unpredictable enormities of its wit.
Using the character of Olivia, in whose court the events trans transpire,
pire, transpire, as a point of departure, the plays scenic idiom revolves around
the delicate elegance into which a complex of renaissance and baroque
motifs are translated. The gay and witty land of Illyria has no
geography, only that colorful and distinctive character which makes
it a place for witty and charming people to dwell.
While Shakespeares play lived on the stage of Londons Globe
Theatre, the beauty and humor he invented there transcends that
simple platform and single age. With'that in view, the Florida Players
have set out to employ the wealth of the new Henry Philip Constans
Theatres potential to construct a theatrical event with a charm,
color and vivacity appropriate to that Bard of Avon's genius.
(Twelfth Night opens Thursday in the Constans Theatre of the
Reitz Union.)
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Jones Ad
The 2b professors are ones who
Instead of following theVoltarian
philosophy of I don't agree with
what you say but will defend
to the death your right to say
It," have actively endorsed Jones
In his fight for tenure.
They not only defend Jones
right to say what he did, but they
agree with what Jones said.
The professors with tenure
want to know if O'Connell will
remove them from the staff for
following Jones, and those with without
out without tenure want to know what
will happen to them when their
turn comes.
One, Dr. David R. Kurtzman,
assistant professor of mathe mathematics
matics mathematics and philosophy, wants to
know if they will remove us from
the staff for speaking our
minds?"
If this university is to be more
than an ivory tower," Kurtzman
explained, we ought to be al allowed
lowed allowed to publish and otherwise
propound our ideas."
Kurtzman said he wanted to
know if the university is going
to be consistent in its applica applications
tions applications of reason. I am sincerely
interested, my job is at stake."
How could they deny tenure
to Jones, and grant it to me?"
Kurtzman inquired.
Kurtzman is in his second year
on the UF staff. He said that
if tenure would be denied him
In the future, I would finish
this year, but would seriously
consider job offers for next
year."
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Students Pledge Not To Drink

By JANIE GOUT .D
Alligator Staff Writer
(EDITORS NOTE: This feature
story is based on an article from
the July, 1960, issue of the
Florida Historical Quarterly.)
The president of the UF is
asking all students and faculty
to sign a whiskey pledge. It reads
like this: We, the undersigned,
promise, God helping us, never
to use intoxicating liquor as a
beverage."
The year? 1923. The president?
Albert A. Murphree. He and Will William
iam William Jennings Bryan, the three threetime
time threetime loser for the U.S.
presidency, had a close friend friendship
ship friendship and mutual interest in the
UF. Bryan, who conceived of a
plan to get students all over the
country to sign the pledge, sug suggested
gested suggested that it be tried first on
the Gainesville campus.
He suggested that Murphree get
a large book with room for sev several
eral several thousand names, and in inscribe
scribe inscribe the pledge on the first
page. Then, the students and

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a public ceremony.
As it turned out, however,
students were in the process of
taking semester exams, so Mur Murphree
phree Murphree decided to send pledge
cards through the mail, instead.
He also assured Bryan that as
far as the faculty is concerned,
no man could hold a position who
uses intoxicating liquors as a
beverage."
Student response was amazing
75 per cent signed the pledge
cards, and so did the entire
faculty.
The UF won nation-wide ap applause
plause applause for its stand. In fact, the
"Lincoln-Lee Legion of the Total
Abstinence Department of the
Anti-Saloon League of
congratulated the UF for
enviable record of sobriety"!
Bryan, who moved from Ne Nebraska
braska Nebraska to Florida after retiring
from national politics, took an
active interest in the political,
religious, civic, and social life"
of Florida. He and Murphree,
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Scripture reading and prayer was
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Murphree had some firm ideas
about in loco parentis," too.
In answering a Literary Digest
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form of dancing and the indecent
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attending dances and parties is
some daddies and mammies.
The low-cut gowns, the rolled
hose and short skirts are born
of the devil and his angels and
are carrying the present and
future generations to social chaos
and destruction.
Both men believed the UF
should emphasize its spiritual
element. Bryan suggested as a
motto for the University: Your
son is safe here.
Over the years, however, the
motto has been modified to its
present form: A Florida man
needs no introduction.



CAMPUS CORRAL

Thursday, November 16, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Its the eighth week of college,
Thanksgiving is around the cor corner,
ner, corner, and we have a heck of a
football team! Hows that for
a combination? And looming in
the near future is that game with
our Indian friends. They are
going to be sitting ducks cause
the Gators are going to be talk talking
ing talking turkey! Oh, oh. The jokes are
getting as poor as my pocket pocketbook.
book. pocketbook. Meandering back to campus
groups, we have .
Alpha Chi Omega
Finally snapping back from
Homecoming (it wasnt that long
ago) honors, the Alpha Chis
have these pledges: Babs Mul Mullis,
lis, Mullis, Marsha Baker, Marilyn
Burke, Lynn Nelson, Terry
Caige, and Linda Runion. Tapped
for Army Sweethearts was Gin Ginger
ger Ginger Smith.
Alpha Epsilon Pi
News. News. News. First,
there are 14 new AEPi brothers.
Second, as of last night, there
are 21 new Little Sisters of the
Golden Lion. Third, this house
has its sights set on the Dan
McCarty Service Trophy, so be beware.
ware. beware. Working with VISTA (Vol (Volunteers
unteers (Volunteers in Service to America)
has been a prime project a/s well
as working with schools and ser service
vice service organizations. Last, there is
going to be a ... hold your
booties . TRIVIA contest.
Details will appear in trivial
places soon!
Alpha Lambda Delta
This national freshman hon honorary
orary honorary for women recently pledged
a number of beauties with
brains. Maintaining a 3.5 aver average
age average or better were: Vicki Allen,
Sarah Baxter, Catherine Bennett,
Gail Brodley, Susan Brown, Sha Sharon
ron Sharon Calef, Jane Susan Cohen,
Patricia Colbert, Anne- Dekle,
Susan Erb, Mona Gaines, Phyl Phyllis
lis Phyllis Gallub, Marcia Goldenstein,
Rita Greenberg, Frances Kotze,
Barbara Kronberg, Donna Lin Linder,
der, Linder, Marsha Madden, Eileen Mc-
Dargh, Connie McNeal, Sharon
Reitz, Judy Spiro, Victoria Todd,
Martine Valderrama, Rachelle
Wico, Barbara Wolf, and Linda
Woltil.
Honors, honors, honors. Edna
Caruso and Ann Wiemer recent recently
ly recently made Phi Beta Kappa. Brenda
Brownrig is a new Army Sweet Sweetheart.
heart. Sweetheart. As for pledge officers,
there are: Susan Tronko, presi president;
dent; president; Sue Westberg, vice-presi vice-president;
dent; vice-president; Judy Hammon, secretary secretarytreasurer;
treasurer; secretarytreasurer; and Sally Tapley, song
leader.
Phi Delta Theta
New pledges are 44 strong this
quarter for the Phi Delts. Of Officers
ficers Officers of the class are: Bill
Laubach, president; Ring Guy,
vice-president; and Jon Burks,
secretary. Composing the pledge
class are:
Richard Arnold, Tommy Bar Barnes,
nes, Barnes, Bob Barben, Bob Bobber,

By LORI STEELE
Alligator Campus Living Editor

Gary Brown, Roger Bourgeois,
Herbert Crenshaw, Mickey Cza Czajkowski,
jkowski, Czajkowski, John Davis, Chuck Dres Dressel,
sel, Dressel, Rock Doddridge, Tom Dum Dumencich,
encich, Dumencich, George Garcia, Lawrence
Hall, Jim Harper, Chris Hill,
Spook Hulihan, Niles King, Jim
Lee, and Jim McGregor.
Steve McGucken, Ed McDoug McDougall,
all, McDougall, Brantley Morris, Toby Mon Monaco,
aco, Monaco, Mike Mulcahy, John Mur Murphree,
phree, Murphree, Rick Nelson, Buck Pohl Pohlman,
man, Pohlman, Loel Reedy, Nick Reasuh,
Tyler Rentz, Jim Retzke, John
Rice, Dan Schiavone, Neal Smith,
Doc Shanor, Jesse Trevathan,
Rick Vogel, Ted Watrous, Mark
Carlson, Ken Tenney, John Estes,
Ken LaPointe, Bill Finch, and
Rob Roberts.
Busy with service projects, the
Phi Delts have been painting the
Inter-Fraternity Council sign at
the edge of the city limits and
have been collecting from the
business men of Gainesville for
the United Fund.
Stay tuned, same time, same
spot for tomorrows continuing
developments in Is There Really
a Campus Corral or What Whatever
ever Whatever Became of Batman?

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ter Winter Haven. Bobby, an ATO and
Gator football player, announced
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omore sophomore journalism major, has set
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Coed Engagements Told

ty, looks forward to a law school
future.
Last week the Phi Delts had
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Sapp, a Delta Gamma, who is
to marry brother Joe Moni. Lin Linda,
da, Linda, a junior majoring in English,
and Joe, a senior accounting
major, have set the date for
Dec. 28.
Judie Head and John Johnston
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summer. Judie is a 1966 gradu graduate
ate graduate who majored in occupational
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man chairman of zeta Tau Alpha last year.
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, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, November 16, 1967

Gator Luck: A Fickled Fantasy

Trapp, Giordano
A Ps, UPls Best

Split end Richard Trapp was voted Wednesday the Associated
Press National Back-of-the-week. Tuesday, Trapp was voted
the Southeasts Back-of-the-week.
Wednesday, linebacker-tackle Don Giordano was tabbed the
Southeastern Conferences Defensive Player of the Week by United
Press International.
This is the first time at Florida that Ive had both an offensive
and defensive player take such high honors, said UF coach Ray
Graves.
Trapp received much of his support on a dipsy-doodle 52-yard
touchdown pass he caught from quarterback Larry Rentz. Hit by
seven Bulldogs on the run, Trapp picked up two blocks each from
Jim Yarbrough and Terry Morris along the way.
He is the most dangerous receiver in the country when he gets
his hands on the ball, said Graves.
Trapp started off slow this season in defense of his SEC pass
receiving crown of last year. With the nine catches for 171 yards
against Georgia, Trapp now is in third place, just three receptions
behind the leader, Alabamas Dennis Homan, who has 47.
Giordano is called by Graves as the most under-rated tackle in
the SEC.*
Gio is the best defensive lineman that Ive ever coached at
Florida, commented Graves. The tough thing for him has been
that so many tackles around the conference have gotten more
recognition.
Giordano was the leader of the Gator defense that held Georgias
offense to just one first down in the second half Saturday.
Graves said Giordano is a definite pro prospect and that several
scouts have approached Graves and asked him about his 224-
pound Miami giant.
I have recommended Gio, said Graves, because of his
quickness and ability to find the man with the football.
You can watch game films and just follow Giordano, said
Graves, and youll usually wind up with the football.
He seldom is fooled and gets to the ball carrier, added Graves,
which Is what yo\i ideally hope for in a defensive player.
The comment Auburn coach Ralph Jordan gave the press after his
team battled Gio is what Graves felt about Giordano for the last
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Rentz, McKeel
Out For Kentucky

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Editor
Fullback Graham McKeel and quarterback Larry Rentz, two
valuable cogs in Floridas offensive wheels, will miss Staurdays
game with Kentucky because of injuries.
McKeel, rated the teams best blocker by coach Ray Graves,
sprained his right knee in Mondays practice. Placed in a cast,
McKeel will be sorely missed as hes the teams second leading
rusher.
Rentz injury is not as serious a bruised arch but he
will ride the bench also. Injured Wednesday, Rentz first hurt
the arch in the Georgia game last Saturday.
Both injuries occurred in dummy drills, designed by Graves
for maximum amount of effort with a minimum amount of contact.
Graves said the pair may be ready for the Florida State game
at Florida Field Nov. 25, but it was still too early to tpll. He is
still getting over the injuries.
What can I say? Rentz was my third No. 1 quarterback who
has been seriously injured and McKeel was our only healthy
top back besides Larry Smith.
I have never lost two of my game captains in a period of three
days, said Graves, or had a team hit so hard by bad luck and
injuries.
But I also never had a team with the poise and confidence
that this one has, said Graves.
Harmon Wages will replace Rentz both at quarterback and as
the punter. Tom Christian will man McKeels spot.
Graves is still uncertain who will be his offensive game captains.
Linebacker Don Giordano and tackle Brian Jetter will captain the
defense.
Two of Graves top offensive linemen, guards Guy Dennis and
Mac Steen, are also nursing knee problems received this week.
Graves lists their availability for play against Kentucky as doubt doubtful.
ful. doubtful.
If Steen and Dennis fail to play Saturday, their spots will be
filled by Robbie Rebol of Fort Lauderdale and Gary Duvan of
Hollywood.



NO HUSBAND. NO FROLICS
Football Wives Alone

By DA VIDA SELLERS
. Alligator Correspondent
Wives of football players have
at least one thing in common
lonely Friday nights.
Friday nights are gone/ said
Mrs. Brian Jetter. We miss lots
of things. I havent been to Frolics
because Id have to goby myself.
I dont get to see him very
much, said Mrs. Chip Hinton.
When I do, hes usually tired
and worn out. Friday nights,
when they stay in the dorm, it
gets so lonely.
Basketball
Starts Again
The UF basketball team will
make its first public appearance
in an intersquad game this Fri Friday
day Friday at 8 p.m. in the Florida
Gymnasium.
During halftime, there will be
a pep rally led by the cheer cheerleaders
leaders cheerleaders for the Kentucky football
game on Saturday. Head coach
Ray Graves will speak and
several members of the football
team will be present.
Admission for the game will be
50 cents. The proceeds will go
to the Universitys D. F. S.
(Dollars for Scholars) program
currently underway on campus.
Under this program, every $1
collected by the University is
matched with $9 from the federal
government to provide funds for
the National Defense Student Loan
Program on campus.
This enables needy students to
borrow funds to help them through
their University study programs.
NCAA Might
Add New Rule
By STEVE SNIDER
United Press International
NEW YORK (UPI) Davy
Nelson of Delaware, member of
the NCAAs Football Rules
Changes Committee, defended the
controversial punt rule and in indicated
dicated indicated the game may be speeded
up with another new wrinkle next
year.
One proposal well consider
is getting the ball in play with within
in within 20 seconds on each down in instead
stead instead of the present 25 seconds,
said Nelson, pointing out the
pros have a 30 second rule.
A survey shows our teams
are using only 15.6 seconds,
Nelson said at a meeting of
New York football writers.
Bud Wilkinson, former Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma coach, indicated certain
teams were at a disadvantage
playing against schools with low lower
er lower academic standards.
I feel the best means would
have every athlete in every sport
take an NCAA examination after
his freshman year and the people
who don't qualify dont play,
said Wilkinson.
Nelson, a former coach and
now Delawares athletic director,
said the 1967 punt rule had
achieved its goal and had failed
to produce the calamities fore forecast
cast forecast by the critical coaches.
The rules committee set out
to cut down the number of fair
catches during a game and pro provide
vide provide more opportunity for a punt
return, said Nelson.
There were 1.3 fair catches
in games surveyed this year
compared to averages of three
and four in past seasons. So
that goal was achieved.

However, the advantages of
being the wife of a football player
outnumber the disadvantages.
We feel like were in the
limelight, said Mrs. Lloyd Tur Turman.
man. Turman.
Its nice to know that your
husband is famous and is not one
of the 18,000 every day students,
added Linda Jetter. Besides, I
like athletics, and this is the best
way for a girl to become
involved.
Chip enjoys the game so
much, but he is always getting
Injured, said Jemy Hinton. I
wish he would get football over
with.
Football is Brians life,
stated Linda. I knew when I
married him.
There is a close relationship
between the wives of the players.
We have the same feelings and
thoughts, said Judy.
In fact, some of the wives stay
together the night before the
game.
The wives sit together on the
sidelines and when they arent
worrying, enjoy the game.
We dont get to go to the game
with them, declared Linda.
Jemy added that sitting with the
other wives keeps them from
being lonely during the game.
Besides, its pretty great to
see him playing. I feel proud.
Judy feels as if she is with
Lloyd every minute. Its a feel feeling
ing feeling you can't quite express. Its
exciting but very fearful.
Linda doesnt worry as much
as she used to. I watch the whole
game. I dont look for him.
Jemy, however, watches for
Chips plays. She watches every everybody
body everybody when he isnt playing.
The husbands can get anywhere
from horrible to quiet be before

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fore before a game and from elated to
miserable afterwards.
Chip is tense before a- game.
Hes excited. He forgets about
me its all game, game,
game, said Jemy.
Brian gets very nervous. He
can look at me for 10 minutes and
be thinking of something miles
away.
After a game the guys are
usually pretty tired. Their moods
depend upon how they feel they did
in the game.
When Brian thinks he did
something wrong, hes miserable
for three days.
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NEW YORK Coast Guard-sponsored amend amendments
ments amendments to boating safety laws
have been endorsed by the Na National
tional National Boating Federation, a
group of club associations, in individual
dividual individual boat owners and other
interested parties.
The first would require num numbering
bering numbering of every undocumented
motorboat on navigable federal
waters. Many states already do
this, but the Federal Boating
Act of 1958 exempts boats of
less than 10 horsepower.
The second would require
one Coast Guard-approved life lifesaving
saving lifesaving device for every person
aboard all boats, another re requirement
quirement requirement that now is covered
by some state but not by fed federal
eral federal laws.
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