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THE ALLIGATOR STRIKES
... as Assistant News Editor Dave Doucette pastes a poster announc announcing
ing announcing the Alligator's Special FSU Edition to a door on the FSU campus.
FSU On Warpath
Over Gator Blitz
By HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Managing Editor
Florida State University students arose Monday morning to find
approximately 3,000 copies of The Florida Alligator on their door doorsteps.
steps. doorsteps.
They didnt like it, but they had no way of stopping several Alli Alligator
gator Alligator staff members who descended on the Tallahassee campus at
5:30 a.m. with their load of goodies.
The newspapers were distributed throughout the FSU campus and
the location of areas containing Alligators were clearly marked with
signs proclaiming The Florida Alligator -- Read a Good Newspaper
For a Change.
Kathy Urban, editor-in-chief of The Florida Flambeau, FSUs
thrice a week student newspaper, said during a telephone interview
Monday afternoon the Alligator got just the response it expected.
We thought it was typical of the Alligator, she continued. I
have nothing against the Alligator at all. I wont say the same for
the school (UF) though.
Miss Urban, a pert young Georgia woman, also said there were at
least 30 to 50 incidents of vandalism on the FSU campus this past
weekend.
Two UF students were apprehended and charged with acts of
vandalism, she continued. Miss Urban said the names of the two
students were not available but that they had been released on SSO
bond after being booked in the Tallahassee City Jail.
She alleged they had confessed to their crimes.
The FSU editor said slogans such as Go Gators and Beat
FSU, in addition to profanities, were sprayed on Tallahassee brick
and concrete this weekend.
She also said her newspaper had been receiving some obnoxious
mail from Florida fans.
We received a letter in the mail today from a very obvious
Gator fan addressed to the Flambeau sports department of the
Florida State College for Women with the greeting Dear Girls.
Switching topics Miss Urban said only 1,800 student tickets were
distributed in FSU for the Florida-FSU showdown Saturday. An
additional 9,200 tickets were sold to alumni of FSU she stated.
Nevertheless, she predicted many more than 1,800 FSU students
will appear in Gainesville Saturday afternoon.
Miss Urban also offered the following quote from a Flambeau
sports column, published last Wednesday, as a wrap-up of her aspirat aspirations
ions aspirations for Saturday:
Flap leathery crocodile tales in praise of Richard Trapp and
Larry Smith. Without the presence of these supurb athletes the
Gator forward motion would be reduced to a pedestrian pace. Talk
of defense reptiles and how you stop a Georgia attack that knows
little except power running plays. Drink your Gatorade and crow
of Gator Bait, fill the confines of your Florida Field with 60,000
orange and blue howling lunatics, and be prepared to suffer.

The
Florida Alligator

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

For Student Publications
Temporary Autonomy
Proposed By United

By FRED McNEESE
Alligator Staff Writer
United Party leaders an announced
nounced announced Monday they will intro introduce
duce introduce a bill providing for tem temporary
porary temporary student publication auton autonomy
omy autonomy in the November 28 session
of the student government legis legislative
lative legislative council.
If the bill is passed, the Board
of Student Publications will gain
financial control over operations
of the Alligator, Seminole and
Release for the first time in
UF history.
The bill, an amendment to the
Finance Law, provides for the
transfer of authority from the
treasurer of the student body
to the Board of Student Publi Publications
cations Publications over Student Publications
Funds for the 1967-68 fiscal
year.
The amendment will be intro introduced
duced introduced by Allen Casey, Gary Good Goodrich
rich Goodrich and Greg Johnson, who only
two weeks ago called for student
publication responsibility before
publication autonomy.
Yet Greg Johnson said Mon Monday
day Monday that the new bill did not
mean a reversal of United Partys
position.
Autonomy is what we have
wanted all the time, Johnson
said. We have just had diffi difficulty
culty difficulty deciding in which way it
was to be done.
Johnson said United introduced
the amendment to avoid stu student
dent student publication autonomy be becoming
coming becoming a political issue in the
spring elections.
We dont want any pressure
put on the Alligator, Johnson
commented.
The new amendment which, if
passed, will go into effect Jan.
1, 1968, pertains only to funds
appropriated until August 1,1968.
Johnson said it was a tempor temporary
ary temporary attempt to bring all concern concerned
ed concerned parties together. It will give
student government time to work

IN BARBERPOLL
Its Reagan By A Hair

Bv BILL DUNN
Alligator Correspondent
Its Ronald Reagan by a hair.
Thats how Gainesville barbers
see it.
In a recent poll of local barb barber
er barber shops on public sentiment
towards the6B presidential elec election,
tion, election, Ronald Reagan was shown
to be a slim favorite for the
Republican nomination overich overichare
are overichare Nixon.
Asked, Who do you think will
be the Republican nominee for
president in 1968? 16 of 38
barbers polled said Reagan.
Richard Nixon was a whisker be behind
hind behind with 15.
Why were the barbers polled?
Who else could offer a better
cross-section sample of local
sentiment? By the natural law
that causes hair to grow, barb-

on a permanent adteuamy bill,
he said.
The amendment also requires
the Board of Student Publications
to make reports of operations
to the treasurer of the student
body at the end of each academic
term. Goodrich said recently that
an annual report was necessary
before student government could
consider granting autonomy.
Don Braddock, student govern government
ment government treasurer, after reading

UF Students Treated
For Use Os Drugs
By STEVE HULSEY
Alligator Staff Writer
Two UF students were treated at the UF Infirmary Friday night
for being under the influence of drugs.
Andrew Colangelo and Kenneth Edward Yarbrough, both freshmen,
were sent to the UF Infirmary Friday night after the Assistant Dean
of Student Affairs Charles Keenen was informed there were two sick
boys in the dorm. Dean Keenen sent the boys to the Infirmary and
called University Police.
Keenen gave police a bottle of liquid and a can of asthma medica medication
tion medication which he found in the room.
Police said the boys stated they had got drunk on tranquilizers,
3nl denied taking the liquid. They said the may have been given the
liquid wi ,iout their knowledge while they were under the influence
of the tranquilizers. Police said this was entirely possible.
The liquid will be analyzed by the narcotics bureau in Jacksonville,
police said.
A UF staff physician examined the boys and said they were evidently
under the influence of one or more of alcohol, belladonna, stramonium,
and possibly tranquil'sers. The asthma medication contained stramo stramonium
nium stramonium and JoMadonna.
The boys said there were several other persons in the room with
c iem. Police said paper cups and other items found in the room
seemed to confirm this.
Police said belladonna is derived from aplantsimi' if to marijuana.
The label on the asthma medication warned: to be burned and
inhaled only. Do not take internally.

ers must necessarily come in
contact with a large proportion
of registered voters. Barbers,
therefore, are said to be among
the most accurate forecasters of
elections.
In the poll that questioned the
ten largest shops in Gainesville,
barbers were not asked who they
personally favored but rather
who they thought the public fav favored.
ored. favored.
Reagan topped the poll with
Nixon trailing by a vote.
George Romney polled three
votes and Nelson Rockefeller was
chosen once. Three barbers said
the public was undecided.
Another question in the poll
asked Who do you think will
win the 6B presidential elec election
tion election Democrats dr Republi Republicans?
cans? Republicans? Os all the barbers ques questioned,
tioned, questioned, 58 percent answered that

Tuesday, November 21, 1967

the amendment for the first time,
said he backed the general idea
behind the bill but was not quite
sure that the technical wording
of the bill was correct.
Officials in the Student Pub Publication
lication Publication offices said they
supported the move for tempor temporary
ary temporary autonomy. The prevalent
opinion was that it would give
student government and the
Board of Student Publications
time to work out a permanent
autonomy plan.

the Republicans would triumph
in 6B.
A final question regarding
major issues indicated that Viet
Nam would cause the most cam campaign
paign campaign controversy. Twenty-seven
barbers said the war in Viet
Nam would be of primary con concern.
cern. concern. Six pointed to racial prob problems
lems problems and three cited other dom domestic
estic domestic problemspoverty, taxes
and education.
The validity of the poll has
been highly criticized by two
factions on campus. One was
represented by a bearded hippie
who claimed that since he never
got his hair cut, the poll of barb barbers
ers barbers could not represent a re reliable
liable reliable cross section.
From the other opposing fac faction,
tion, faction, a pert coed asked, Why
didnt' you poll the beauty
salons?

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!, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, November 21, 1967

Bulletin News
State, National, International News
Deserters In Moscow
MOSCOW (UPI) Four American sailors who deserted the
aircraft carrier Intrepid in Japan last month appeared on Moscow
television Monday night to denounce the U.S. involvement in Vietnam.
The four were identified as Craig William Anderson, San Jose,
Calif.; John Michael Barilla, Cantonsville, Md.; Richard D. Dailey,
Jacksonville, Fla.; and Michael A. Linder, Mount Pocono, Pa.
The Soviet news agency Tass said the four traveled from Tokyo
to Moscow to prove that there are real Americans with a high
sense of moral responsibility who are also against the war.
Israel Shells Jordans
AMMAN, Jordan (UPI) -- Israeli tanks and artillery shelled a
Jordanian refugee camp for more than an hour Monday killing
14 persons and wounding 28 others, a Jordan military spokesman re reported.
ported. reported.
The spokesman said three children were among those killed
in the shelling on the Karami refugee, camp on the east bank of the
Jordan River. Among the wounded were seven children and three
women, he said.
Two mosques, a United Nations food distribution post, a police
post and several refugee camp schools were destroyed in the shel shelling,
ling, shelling, the spokesman said.
Bomb Found At UN
NEW YORK (UPI) A homemade pipe bomb was discovered
Monday near the entrance of the U.S. Mission to the United Nations.
It was dismantled by police experts before it could explode.
An immediate investigation was launched to track down the person
who placed the seven-inch long bomb wrapped in paper among chry chrysanthemums
santhemums chrysanthemums in a decorative flowerbed outside the 12-story mission
building on United Nations Plaza.
The bomb was discovered by a security guard after Ambassador
Arthur Goldberg and most of the 150 mission staff members had
reported for work. Police were notified immediately but the building
was not evacuated due to the nearness of the bomb to the main
entrance.
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ROTC Pickets Protest
UF's Compulsory System

By CAROL SANGER
Alligator Staff Writer
It all started with a lonely
picket in front of the ROTC
drill field last Thursday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon.
He carried a poster proclaim proclaiming
ing proclaiming Compulsory ROTC is a Vio Violation
lation Violation of Student Rights.
He walked up and down the
length of the drill field several
times but nobody noticed him.
Nobody paid any attention to
him, and the cadets on the field
didn't even know he was there,
said Colonel Arlo W. Mitchell,
commander of the Army ROTC
program.
The protestors name was Ed
Partridge, 2UC from Miami.
He will be back next week,
but not alone this time.
There are about 60 or 70
of us, Partridge said. We
are all students in the ROTC
program who don't think ROTC
should have the power to kick
students out of the university
if they refuse to take ROTC,
Partridge stated.
Partridge said that his orga organization,
nization, organization, formed by himself and
five other sophomore students,
is concentrating solely on the
ROTC issue at present.
UF Quintet
Plays Tonight
The Florida Woodwind Quintet,
the faculty quintet of the UF
Department of MusicRobert
Bolles, flute; Earl Groth, oboe;
Terence Small, clarinet; John
Kitts, bassoon; and Reid Poole,
French horn; with Samuel Teet Teeters
ers Teeters assisting the group at the
pianowill offer a varied pro program
gram program Tuesday evening, Nov. 21,
in University Auditorium.

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within the system, Partridge
said. Since we like this uni university
versity university and want to stay here,
we won't be protesting both days.
One of the days we will have to
go to drill ourselves. So half
of the group will protest Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and the other half Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday.



iN VIETNAM-'
V
Availability Ups
Pots Popularity
By JOE TORCHIA
Alligator Feature Editor

Pot is not illegal and is available to anyone in Vietnam from
G to GO -- from peasants to hamlet chief. They cannot understand
why it is so hush-hush to Americans.
I guess I told you that Ive been smoking It all the time over:
here. Its cheap, good and easy to get, and I really think its great-
The above quoted serviceman in Vietnam comes from a typical
WASP (White, Anglo-Saxon, Protestant) suburban family and .has
completed three years of college. Before he went to Vietnam he
had never smoked pot, now I smoke it two to three times a week
on the average.
Why?
Ive wanted to try it for a long time but never got around to it,
mostly because it wasnt readily available -- to my group of friends,
at least.
I guess its the availability here that started me on it -- avail availability
ability availability and plenty of free time -- even for front-line troops.
I dont think its war pressure that makes men start -- thats
mostly in the movies.
Availability seems to be a key word. Out of eight Vietnam service servicemen
men servicemen interviewed for this series, seven at least partially indicated
availability as their reason for smoking pot in Vietnam.
At least 85 per cent of all people who smoke pot smoke because
of its availability and its high popularity in the news its the thing
to do. The others smoke it because they want a relief from some something
thing something which may or may not be a direct result of combat, said a
WASC (White, Anglo-Saxon, Catholic) with two years of college.
Although he smoked pot before going to Vietnam, he said he
smokes now because its here and I feel like having some.
A married 24-year-old who has spent considerable time in Viet Vietnam
nam Vietnam said, Even back in the states these guys would smoke pot
if it were available pressure or no pressure.
If they are smoking because of the pressures of war, it is an
attempt to escape but most troops are looking for an escape to
the states, and a joint (marijuana cigarette) doesnt buy a ticket
on Pan-Am! The majority smoke it for just one purpose to have
a good time. It does bring out some interesting insights.
Special Report:
MARIJUANA
IN VIETNAM
-- \ i r~
? career Army sergeant, raised in a rural environment, at at
at .outed neither the availability nor the pressures; he said Gls
.moke pot because of the &#)s&%& cost of beer. (NOTE: beer is never more than 15 cents a can).
He did not smoke pot before Vietnam, but now he does for
kicks, I guess.
A combat soldier from Michigan, who was smoking pot when he
gave this information, said, Over here guys smoke because of
the availability. Some characters are only in the country three or
four days and they find it and smoke it.
What does pot do for these men?
Can you say what effect alcohol has on you? Sometimes I get
happy and giggle; sometimes I get sleepy, sometimes loud, some sometimes
times sometimes even angry. Its usualy a pleasenter experience than with
alcohol, and it never gives a hangover. Its something which must
be experienced to understand, said one GI.
Another said, I get high -- without the burden of highness with
alcohol. A totally relaxed feeling. My imagination seems to run
wild as a result of the relaxed feeling and freedom from tension.
A third said, First, I get hot at the temples then eyes feel
like theyre bleeding to death -- cant stop laughing -- later get
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I, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, November 21, 1967

VA Hospital
Complements
Health Center
By DARYL SPRADLEY
Alligator Correspondent
The recently constructed Vet Veteran's
eran's Veteran's Administration Hospital
is more than an aggregate mold molding
ing molding of concrete.
The 480-bed, sl3 million millionstructure
structure millionstructure in combination with
Shands Teaching Hospital at J.
Hillis Miller Health Center com comprises
prises comprises the largest medical teach teaching
ing teaching affiliation in the Southeast.
Located at the south end of
campus, the VA Hospital will
serve as a counterpart to the
health center. Affiliation with
the university includes the Col Colleges
leges Colleges of Medicine, Dentistry,
Health Related Professions,
Pharmacy and Nursing.
Director Malcolm Randall of
the VA Hospital feels that an
interdisciplinary approach will
provide a complete education for
all students in affiliated colleges.
The VA Hospital is integrated
into the curriculum of the uni university
versity university by allowing students to
gain experience in practical fac factors.
tors. factors.
Interns and residents will ro rotate
tate rotate through here just as they do
in Shands, according to Randall.
Faculty and staff will be jointly
employed by both hospitals and
will work together to strengthen
the educational needs and ex expand
pand expand research.
The significance of the unique
alliance is found in its total
commitment to the university
program since most VA Hospi Hospitals
tals Hospitals are only affiliated with col colleges
leges colleges of medicine.
Consultation has been expan expanded
ded expanded also into the Department of
Industrial and Systems Engineer Engineering.
ing. Engineering. Department Robert Bras Braswell
well Braswell of the university will head
research on manpower analysis,
efficiency evaluation and work
simplification. Possible ar arrangements
rangements arrangements are being made for
permanent research in industrial
and systems engineering under
the sponsorship of the federal federalsupported
supported federalsupported hospital.

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Jones Asks Hearing
On Tenure Denial
By KATHIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
A public hearing was requested Monday by Dr. Marshall B. Jones
to determine whether former UF President J. Wayne Reitz violated
academic freedom when he denied Jones tenure.
Jones also called for a guarantee that all witnesses considered
relevant including Reitz to his case be produced at the hearing.
The requests were made in a letter to Dr. Paul L. Hanna. Drofessor
of social sciences and chairman of the Academic Freedom and Tenure
Committee.
Jones asked in his letter that the administration stipulate whether
a statement by UF Vice President Frederick Conner was the only
argument for his dismissal. Reitz endorsed Conners statement.
According to the statement, Jones was denied tenure because of
an article in which he allegedly advocated violence in the univer university
sity university system.
I've never heard of a public hearing concerning a tenure case,
said Reitz, now director of graduate studies with the Department of
Education in Washington, D.C. This is a typical gesture on the part
of Dr. Jones. I see no basis for my appearing at an open hearing;
it would be completely out of order.
Reitz called Jones charges of violeted academic freedom com completely
pletely completely unfounded, saying that the Personnel Board had carefully
reviewed his request for tenure and had felt justified in denying the
request.
Temire is not a right, it is a privilege, Reitz said. What Whatever
ever Whatever reasons the Personnel Board might have had for denying tenure
were the privilege of the Personnel Board. It does not have to give
its reasons.
If the UF stipulates whether Conners statement was the only
argument for denial, said Jones in his letter, I would agree that
the question could be argued as a matter of law as to whether or not
the Conner memorandum sets forth adequate legal reasons for Reitz
actions.
If the administration is unwilling to accept this proposed agree agreement,
ment, agreement, he continued, a number of questions would necessarily
be raised about the power of the committee to conduct a fair and
adequate hearing in this matter.
Concerning his request that Reitz appear at the hearing for tenure,
Jones said, Whether Reitz can or will come down I have no way
of knowing. The Committee cannot compel him to come.

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/ovfr^nthe\l
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FIRST FEMALE F CLUBERS
These are the first honorary female mem members
bers members of the F Club. They are (left to right)
Mrs. Madge Johnson, Mrs. Sara Horan, Mrs.
Veda Bell and Mrs. Eileen Hahn.
Frat Men Now Seek
Aid From Loan Fund

By DARYL SPRADLEY
A'ligator Correspondent
The University of Florida fra fraternities
ternities fraternities have taken the person personality
ality personality factor out of unpaid bills
of members with a new loan
program.
Brothers may be financially
unable to pay or just irrespon irresponsible
sible irresponsible individuals.
In any case, deciding which
members have good reasons is
difficult and often creates an
un-fraternal atmosphere when
personalities are involved, ac according
cording according to IFC Treasurer Jim
Devaney.
Unpaid monthy bills are spurt spurting
ing spurting up to 30 per cent in some
houses, according to many fra fraternity
ternity fraternity treasurers.
To solve this problem, the in individual
dividual individual fraternities have allo allocated
cated allocated money directly to the
university in separate loan funds.
If a member is in the arrears,
then his fraternity should en encourage
courage encourage him to borrow directly
from their loan fund. This new
type loan is payable at the end
of each quarter.
Devaney said that interest
rates are left up to the individ individual
ual individual fraternities since their money
will create the loan fund.
Borrowing shifts the obligation
of the member from his fra fraternity
ternity fraternity to the university which
administers the loan.
If a borrower becomes delin delinquent,
quent, delinquent, the university will be able
to stop him from future regis registration.
tration. registration.
Also, should the student not
return to school the following
quarter, then a judgment can be
filed against the delinquent bor borrower.
rower. borrower. Legal measures can be
taken even if the student is un under
der under 21 years of age.
GO GATORS
BEAT FSU !!

However, these actions would
not be considered without per permission
mission permission from the borrowers fra fraternity
ternity fraternity and proper notification
to the student.
Instead of depositing a large
sum of money with the univer university,
sity, university, each fraternity can place
the exact amount the borrower
needs in the fund just before
he takes out the loan, accord according
ing according to Devaney.

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F Club Awards Honorary
Membership To Women

By JANICE SIZEMORE
Alligator Staff Writer
Watch out men. The women of
the world are invading your do domains.
mains. domains.
There are females in Con Congress,
gress, Congress, theres a lady sports
writer and then theres the lady
bus driver here in Gainesville
who tries to bag a limit of three
students a week in front of the
Krystal.
Still another male organization
was integrated last week as
four ladies were made honorary
members of F Club.
F Club is UFs association of
lettered athletes representing
football, basketball, swimming,
baseball, golf, track, cross crosscountry,
country, crosscountry, and tennis.
The four ladies have earned
no recognition in these sports
and yet to each UF athlete, they
play an important and extremely
helpful role, commented FClub
president Joe Scafudi.
Mrs. Eileen Hahn, ticket mana manager
ger manager of the Athletic Association;
Mrs. Veda Bell, secretary to
head football coach Ray Graves;
Mrs. Madge Johnson, adminis administrative
trative administrative assistant of the Athletic
Association; and Mrs. Sarah Ho Horan,
ran, Horan, junior accountant of the
Athletic Association were the
honorees at an informal presen presentation
tation presentation Nov. 9. They ,received F
Club membership plaques which
now hang in their respective
offices.
Its our job to help out in
any way we can and we want to
help these boys as much as

Tuesday, November 21, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

possible, Mrs. Horan said Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Were all extremely proud
to say the least.
According to Scafudi, not many
honorary memberships have been
presented; a few coaches have
received them and last spring,
former President J. Wayne Reitz
was a recipient.
We felt that Mrs. Hahn, Mrs.
Johnson, Mrs. Horan and Mrs.
Bell deserved some spotlight.
The coaches receive recognition
for their jobs but so far these
ladies havent. They do a great
deal of work for us; typing,
writing letters, mimeographing,

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and financial aid. Their work is
behind the scenes yet you could
say they are the real backbone
of the Athletic Association,
added swimming letterman Sca Scafudi.
fudi. Scafudi.
When asked why no other fe females
males females are members of F Club,
Scafudi replied, so far there
arent any women participants
in the sports for which letters
are given. There are girls on
the Rifle Team, but as of yet,
no letter is given for this
sport.
Another challenge, girls?

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Page 6

, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, November 21, 196,7

The
Florida Alligator
"To Let The People Know"
Steve Hull
Fatti tmx
Ail Harvey Alper Harold Kennedy
ArnmtUL ***to*' Mtor
Harold Aldrich Bob Padecky
Newt Editor Sports Editor
Court Ruling Unfair
r Te// It Like It Is

The UFs Honor Court
is handing out decisions
like a regular court, ex except
cept except that the Honor Court
is not established upon act actual
ual actual judicial proceedings.
But it does employ a
trial system.
The justices of the court
have decided to keep the
trials secret. This is un unfair.
fair. unfair. If they are going to
judge their peers, trials
must come up to par and
be open to the entire cam campus,
pus, campus, not to those few who
are walled up behind closed
doors.
The Student Government
reference manual states:
All proceedings are kept
in upmost secrecy to pro protect
tect protect the innocent. Verdicts
and penalties are posted
only by number in order to
afford first offenders the
opportunity to rehabilitate
themselves without public
disgrace.
These words are very
pretty. But their effect is
meaningless since the ver verdict
dict verdict and penalty is marked
on the students record in
the Registrar and Dean of
Men and Womens office.
Only after graduation is the
record deleted provided the
student submits a letter re requesting
questing requesting this action.
We can find no reason
why the trial is kept
closed. To avoid em embarrassing
barrassing embarrassing the innocent is
a poor excuse.
If the Honor Court is go going
ing going to pattern itself accord according

Alligator Staff
The Florida Alligator is a student newspaper.
i
RITCHIE TIDWELL DAVE DOUCETTE
City Editor Asst. News Editor
LORI STEELE JOE TORCHLA
Campus Living Editor Feature Editor

ing according to strict judicial pro processes,
cesses, processes, then keeping a trial
closed is in direct violat violation
ion violation of the Sixth Amendment
which basically states that
an individual is guaranteed
an open and speedy trial
by his peers.
If the problem concerns
trying the case in the news newspaper,
paper, newspaper, well, papers have
come a long way from try trying
ing trying cases through editor editorials
ials editorials and spectacular re reporting.
porting. reporting. In direct fairness
to the offender and the
campus, open court trials
are a must so that infor information
mation information concerning pro procedure
cedure procedure and outcome can be
available.
If students are going to
take responsibility given by
their fellow students, it
doesnt begin and end be behind
hind behind the closed doors of the
Honor Court.
Moreover, if students
have the freedom to try
their peers, to sentence
their peers and to, in some
cases, mark them for life,
such actions should be open
to review by the entire
university community.
Rights excercised uncheck unchecked
ed unchecked are rights exercised un unfairly.
fairly. unfairly.
The Honor System is
supposed to be Floridas
Most Cherished Tradit Tradition.
ion. Tradition. If so, then lets follow
Vice President Lester
Hales premise in his
address in the Honor Sys System
tem System pamphlet, Tell It Like
It Is.

The Good Ship Lollipop --- Crunch!
THE MAGIC PUMPKIN
Key ODK Revisited

Now that all the tapping is over, and
now that Florida Blue Key has taken another
giant step into the center of university
life, I*d like to once again look at Florida
Blue Key 1967.
Before I can do this however, I must
make a statement to the student body, to
members of the Florida Alligator staff,
and to certain persons in student govern government
ment government about something which has been fairly
common knowledge for several weeks.
Alligator Editor-In-Chief Steve Hull was
not the only person from the Alligator
staff who applied to Blue Key. I did too.'
My application was prompted by the pos possibility
sibility possibility that Key might move to allow
members of Omicron Delta Kappa, my
honorary leadership and service fraternity,
to join the former organization.
I did not particularly expect to be in inducted
ducted inducted into Key. And, I was neither bitter
nor surprised when my application failed.
Basically I came away a moral victor
because two members of ODK had been
admitted to Blue Key Joe Mason and
Herb Pecht.
In fact, Blue Key had done what I hoped
my application might prompt it to do
Key had tapped ODK members and so set
a precedent which may be followed in the
future.
In so doing Key moved to avert a univer university
sity university political and leadership schism of
grave consequence.
For this I am personally appreciative
to Blue Key.
I value the UF highly and I abhored the
prospect of two men's honoraries (Key
and ODK) squaring off for battle which
could only result in the destruction of
boths purposes.
In the past few days Blue Key did tap
Editor Hull. This will be debated for some
time. Several former Alligator editors have
already voiced the opinion that Hull was
aucked in."
Frankly, I agree. Hull knew what he was
doing.

Editors are always under pressure from
various and sundry partisan elements. The
test of their mettle is their ability to
both join and remain aloof. This is the
test to which Hull will be subjected.
He is entitled to the honor of Blue
Key membership. He has apparently earned
it. Now, he will have to prove he can re remain
main remain objective while a member of some
partisan group.
And, hopefully, with thq election of the
highly esteemed Bill McCollum as Blue
Key president that organization will be become
come become increasing less partisan and increas increasingly
ingly increasingly university directed.
Those of us who know Bill honestly ex expect
pect expect this. He has proved himself to be
a man of character and integrity. He has
remained above the infighting, yet conscious
of it, while other tore themselves to shreds.
Basically, what I am attempting to say,
is that the righteous people ought to look
at themselves too. Blue Key is not all
black -- and the righteous are not all
white.
There are, in Blue Key as in any other
organization, good men who will work for
the university. It appears that presently the
percentage of such persons in Blue Key
is on the rise.
And, it should also be said, that not
every person denied membership in Blue
Key, myself specifically, comes away with
a case of "sour grapes."
I am truly and honestly happy that my
main objective has been accomplished.
ODKs may now join Key.
This was my primary reason for making
application to Blue Key. I sought to force
the issue not knowing that other persons,
apparently better qualified than myself for
membership, had also applied from ODK.
The UF is now on the verge of having
two superior men's honoraries. Blue Key
apparently is extracting itself from the mire
of filth into which it has fallen in pre previous
vious previous years. ODK may soon be a full
fledged chapter (it is now a colony).
With both such organizations doing their
parts, each following a distinctive role in
university affairs, we can expect to see
more and better work by male UF leaders.



Jones
MR. EDITOR:
For the Jones case, seemingly there is a confusion of Jones
constitutional right of free speech, of which there seems to be no
indication of abridgement, with Jones right to be a permanent Florida
faculty member, which is nonexistent except as Dr. Jones earns it
during his probationary period.
Faculty quality is maintained by a long selection process based
on the criterion of academic excellence, including, successively,
selection for studies for a masters degree, then for the doctorate,
then selection for.a probationary faculty appointment, and finally
selection for tenure. At each stage, judgment is largely based on
what a candidate says and writes while exercising his constitutional
liberty of free speech. If, as the law professors seem to imply in
their letter to President O Connell (Alligator, Nov. 9), rejection
at any of these stages is unlawful because rejection or threatened
rejection could become a potent weapon for abridging constitut constitutional
ional constitutional liberties, every department of every university is breaking
the law, and the law becomes absurd.
Obviously, the integrity of this selection process is vital to the
university. If a faculty member achieves headline prominence through
non-intellectual activity, this activity and prominence are relevant
to selection only as they affect his value to the intellectual community.
However, such prominence should not exempt one from the selection
process, and this is a danger of the Jones case.
Ideally, selection decisions should be made at two levels, one
within the specialty field of the one judged, with decision by his
immediate colleagues, and one at the broad level of the entire univer university
sity university intellectual community, with decision by a university-wide
commission. Unfortunately, perfunctoriness usually characterizes
selection decisions at this broad level, and this situation is related
to the modern universitys tragic compartmentalization and lack of
entity as an intellectual community.
Although Dr. Jones evidently passed probation at the level of his
specialty, through the anti-intellectual position he has taken in
his words and works he has flunked at the broader level. The univer university
sity university exists to emphasize and cultivate the effectiveness of reasoned
persuasion in arriving at truth and in moving men, and if instead
it advocates the use of power and force it destroys its reason for
being. In contrast, Dr. Jones' response to students who counter his
advocacy of rebellion by suggesting persuasion is: I always en encourage
courage encourage these students to go ahead ... attempt persuasion, .
because the sooner they do, the sooner they discover it doesnt
work. Authority is based on power .... And in his directness the
rebel becomes himself a power, for that is what resistance is ...
Vice-President Conner and then-President Reitz had the perception
to recognize this extremely anti-intellectual position as being con contrary
trary contrary to, and potentially destructive of, the principles on which true
universities must be organized, and then they had the courage to
vote against tenure for Jones.
Tigert administrators, and the Board of Regents, for that matter,
must have authority to match their University responsibilities. Al Although
though Although the faculty has not in the past reacted strongly enough to
occasional abuse of this authority (e.g., one administrators recent
usurping of a faculty prerogative specified by the University con constitution,
stitution, constitution, and the Regents heedless veto of the Senate on ROTC),
I see no abuse of authority in the Jones case.
Compared to most of the equally important, unpublicized selection selectionjudgements
judgements selectionjudgements which are the burden of every professor, grounds for
judgment here seem clear. In our guarding of academic freedom,
this does not seem to be the time to cry, wolf, wolf!
HERBERT A. SAWYER, JR.
PROFESSOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
Marshall Jones Case
Is Not Jones Fight

MR. EDITOR:
The editor of the Alligator does
not realize what many of the UF
faculty understand well: Marshall
Jones case is not Marshall Jones
fight. Who are the real losers if
Dr. Jones is finally unable to gain
tenure? The students and the fac faculty
ulty faculty left behind will suffer far
more than will Dr. Jones.

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If Mr. Hull really believes that
President OConnell should review
Dr. Jones case and if he really
believes in the principle of aca academic
demic academic freedom, a university free
from political meddling, then he
will fight for Dr. Jones and the
principle and not wait for others
to do his fighting for him.
THOMAS W. SHARPT.ESK. 7AS

MR. EDITOR:
Michael Abrams article Negroes Shunned
points out one thing that has caused me some
concern and despite the reasons given by Tigert
Hall and Blue Key there must be other reasons
for the ridiculously low Negro enrollment at the UF.
I am not a typical Negro student in that I
am approaching 40, have a son in Santa Fe Jr.
College (one of four children), am a product of
the very inferior old Lincoln High School,
have of necessity worked to some extent during
my entire UF student career, am a Negro male
in the predominently white, overwhelminglyfemale
area of nursing, and have had very little financial
assistance. Despite these few obstacles, I am a
candidate for the B.S. degree in Nursing in De December.
cember. December.
To deny the existence of some racially motivated
obstacles I have encountered would be foolishly
hypocritical. However my relationship has been
very good, particularly with the students.
In some situations, UF instructors have gone
above their duty to advise and counsel me
particularly Dr. Herzberg, Dr. Knlsely, and Mr.
Cumbee.
Since this is all true, one wonders why the
degree of integration is so minimal.
I think the problem begins in public elementary
and high schools. The Negro student for some reason
is never a full participant in activites. A look at
the H.S. yearbooks show very few Negroes in
anything other than their class photos. G.H.S.s
star quarterbacks picture is conspiciously missing
on the placards throughout the city depicting the
teams stars he is Negro.
Mr. Perdue, his staff, and particularly the stu students
dents students of Howard Bishop Jr. High School should
be complimented on the degree of bi-racial in involvement
volvement involvement encouraged and shown by school activi activities
ties activities groups.

Wrong Place
MR. EDITOR:
Last Sunday afternoon on the
side of a hill on the Diamond
Village playground, two lovers
(non-residents of the village)
lay in various over-lapping
positions! Now Im a great
believer in affection and our
children see a lot of it in
our home. But I do think a
private childrens playground
is most definitely NOT the
place for lovers to play at
their favorite sports. Im sure
this spacious campus offers
other more secluded spots for
such personal entanglements.
SUE DECKELMAN
DIAMOND VILLAGE

THE ESCALATED BOMBING Os WORrH
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OF MILITARY MIGHT WHICH HURTS OOft
MWIWWW INME.

OPEN FORUM:
Aitiuiml ViMwt
There is no hope for the complacent man.
A Negro Questions
Minimal Integration

Tuesday, November 21, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

'Big Brother Kirk
Is Wasting Money
MR. EDITOR:
Ive noticed in the newspapers where Big Brother Kirk is having
new and more attractive signs with his name on them put on state statefinanced
financed statefinanced road construction projects, so that he can keep his name
before the public. It is ironic that he is going around accusing the
state universities of what he calls wasteful spending, while at the
same time he is wasting state money on extravagant signs telling
the people who he is, as if nobody knew. That money being wasted
could be used for other more useful purposes such as financing our
faltering schools.
If Kirk is going to talk about saving money, he should practice
what he preaches and not make such fancy signs. A lot of money
could be saved if they were just plain signs informing the public
of the construction project. Furthermore, if he insists on making
them fancy and extravagant, he should finance it himself instead
of wasting taxpayers money.
TONY FERNANDEZ. 2UC

BUT, BARRY, DO YOU REALLY
THINKTHEfU BELIEVE YOU?/

I became a member of Omega Psi Phi Fra Fraternity
ternity Fraternity at another College and am not interested
in a Greek organization but past experiences have
shown a casual courtesy of permitting Negroes
to participate in rushing and let it end there.
Few Negroes attain the popularity from exposure
needed to aspire for student government offices.
In short, the Negros college life is on the
perimeter of student affairs. It is a sort of sick sickening
ening sickening attempt to see and not see.
I am not placing blame for I honestly dont
know where to place it. I have tried to attend
all social and professional functions of my college,
not because I am a social climber, but communi communication
cation communication is a two way function. My fellow students
and faculty can never know me if the only ex exposure
posure exposure is in the class room. Their part has
been to make me feel at ease, not with a patronizing
syrupy tolerance but by treating me as any
other student. I think they have tried very hard
to do this.
Dont misread this the college of nursing is
no utopia for Negroes. There are still many ob obstacles
stacles obstacles subtle and otherwise that must be over overcome
come overcome but credit should be given the majority
of both staff and students who have demonstrated
acommendabledegree of maturity in the situation.
I submit that some soul-searching is long
overdue by administration, student government,
faculty, and students themselves. Lets be honest.
Are we really creating an atmosphere of acceptance
or just tolerance? Who wants to be tolerated?
What is needed is acceptance as any other stu student
dent student with faults, shortcomings, strengths, and
assets. I honestly believe that a much greater
effort must be made to make our University one
that is truly great.
NEIL A. BUTLER, 4NR

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Because of a scheduling foul foulup
up foulup by the Union reservations
office, the Student Leadership
Conference was placed in the
Auditorium where the films are
shown. Almost 300 persons
showed up for the movie and
had to be turned away.
The film is an omnibus type
of show, made up of famous
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I Marijuana
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pier everything seems funny.
This is a hard question. lnde lndescribably
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its hard to describe.
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grain of wood.
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different times you feel like
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an escape from the pressures
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noises are louder music
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'Night: Pretty But 'Antiseptic

By SIMON GISH
Alligator Reviewer
Florida Players selected
Shakespeares Twelfth Night
for the inaugural production of
the H.P. Constans Theatre. L.L.
Zimmerman, the director, saw
fit to pare the play of some of
the fine literary phrases in
order to compress the action and
display the grand characters
of the play.
If Mr. Zimmerman was looking
for grand characters, he cer certainly
tainly certainly couldnt have gone to a
better sourceShakespeare has
created more magnificently vi vibrant
brant vibrant personalities than any other
playwright. If Shakespeares
plays live today, it is because
his characters give them that
life.
Unfortunately, Zimmer Zimmerman
man Zimmerman has not given life to the
characters of Twelfth Night.
He has, instead, displayed"
them much like a Macys mer merchandizer
chandizer merchandizer would display the life lifeless
less lifeless baubles of Christmastide.
Twelfth Night was given a away,
way, away, lock-stock-and-barrel, to
its designer and costumer. The
set is a piece of perfection.
D.P. Creason, the designer, and
A.F.C. Wehlburg, the technical
director, are obviously master
craftsmen. Their achievement is
a precise and beautiful picture.
The audience is greeted by a
curtain hung with green and pink
festoons. To the right of the
proscenium arch is hung an array
of pink, blue and green fish fishnets
nets fishnets which dangle over a rocky
wall. A set piece of mooring
logs rolls out from the right
wings, and we have the sea coast.
In front of the left proscenium
is a structure symbolizing an
estate, and when a regal chair
rolls out from the wings we have
the residence of the Duke of
Illyria.
When the festooned curtain
rises there appears an immense
octagonal platform from the cen center
ter center of which radiates bands of
pastel color. At the back of the
platform are four geometric

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monoliths crowned with a forma formation
tion formation of balls and decorated with
a pink, blue and green pattern.
The effect is one of highly
symmetrical pastel formalism.
But Shakespeares characters
are asymmetrical and informal;
they intrude upon this set like
beggars violating a shrine of
geometry.
M.E. Davis costumes, like the
set, seem to have a beauty all
their own. Their colors are of a
higher saturation than the set,
but still do little to lift the

Theater Review

actors out of the pastel well of
the platform. Only earth colors--
browns and deep greens--could
provide a successful contrast,
and the only actor in brown is
Antonio. The costumes range
from relatively realistic to the
absurd.
I-
Viola and Sebastion, for in instance,
stance, instance, wear realistic clothes
except for the yellow
ribbons which support their
swords. They also wore some something
thing something which looked very much
like white tennis shorts. Olivia
was in striking gold, which, un unfortunately,
fortunately, unfortunately, was the predominant
color worn by her attendants.
Sir Andrew looked very much
like the Mad Hatter and Mal Malvolio
volio Malvolio was equally absurd in a
three-foot stovepipe hat.
The acting was generally luke lukewarm,
warm, lukewarm, but there were a few
much appreciated exceptions.
Debby Henderson, as Viola,
spoke clearly and with vocal
variety -- prerequisites for
Shakespeare. She also managed
the more graceful of the many
bows seen throughout the play.

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Tuesday, November 21, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Claude Pinkston, as her bro brother
ther brother Sebastion, was competent
in his role, although he tends to
overdo his ballet-like gestures.
Robert Hefley, as Antonio, pro provided
vided provided the most animated moment
of the evening in the scene where
he is angered at Viola whom he
mistakes for Sebastion.
Craig Hartley, playing Malvo Malvolio,
lio, Malvolio, rolled his rs wonderfully,
but his performance was static,
probably due to a stiff-necked
effort to keep his stovepipe hat
perched on his head. The per-

formance of Carol Nurenburg as
Olivia suffered from a high highpitched,
pitched, highpitched, rather monotone, line
delivery.
James Richardson was a bar baritone
itone baritone Orsino, and moved with
clarity and sureness especially
commendable considering the
bulky floor length cape he wore.
Tim Deneshas Sir Andrew
coaxed titters from the audience
with his cackling laugh.
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comic character in the play,
suffered greatly from the plod plodding
ding plodding performance of George
Statler. Statlers line delivery
was particularly monotonous and
singsong.
Christopher Smith played
Feste, the Clown, danced and
sang, but was never very funny.
Among the smaller roles, Kent
Lantaff is to be commended for
his entertaining characterization
of Fabian.
The acting, in general never
manages to capture the warm
humanity inherent in Shake Shakespeares
speares Shakespeares creations. But the per performers
formers performers were inundated by the
design concept; they were swal swallowed
lowed swallowed by the void they had to
cross getting from off-stage to
the platform island with its sea
of color and harsh regularity,
and also by the gaudy finery in
which they had to act.
Perhaps the technical staff is
working too hard, or perhaps
there is a misplaced emphasis
In the theatre department itself.
Whatever the cause, "Twelfth
Night emerges as a pretty, but
totally antiseptic production. One
can only hope that in future
productions the technical staff
and directors of Florida Players
will be kind enough to treat
actors as people and not as pup puppets
pets puppets dangling in a display case.

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ORANGE
KNOXVILLE, Term. (UPI)
Tennessee and Oklahoma, whose
bowl careers started in 1939
against each other, accepted in invitations
vitations invitations Monday to a rematch
in the Orange Bowl at Miami
New Years night.
The official announcement
came at noon during a telephone
hookup between UT and Okla Oklahoma,
homa, Oklahoma, putting the finishing
touches to talk which has cir circulated
culated circulated widely since the Vols
beat Georgia Tech at Knoxville
and became an open secret af after
ter after the Tulane game.
The Vols and the Sooners have
identical 7-1 records for the
season so far. While the game
at Miami will be billed as a
rematch of the 1939 opponents
Tennessee won it 17-0 that
yearthe whole style of play
will be different from that ear earlier
lier earlier meeting. Both the Sooners
and the Vols use the I-formation
offense and the monster defense.
Tennessee, which climbed
steadiiy in the national rankings
after an opening loss to UCLA,
had been shooting for an Or Orange

FSUsed NecksW^^9k
BY 808 PADECKYKgH
alligator sports editor

Lately, Florida State students have been getting red in the neck.
For instance, FSU students are:
wearing pictures of Lane Fenner stamped Well never forget.
listening to Go to Hell Florida every five minutes. This
little ditty is being piped into the student courtyard 24 HOURS A DAY
from the student union.
greeting a fellow student with Go to Hell Florida instead
of the customary Hello.
Such things a Florida State-Florida football game make.
The only problem with these cute displays of school spirit are
some of them get too cute.
Some of these cute displays get hung from fraternity doors and
get pasted to car doors. These displays are not fit to print here
to college students but are cute enough to be seen by Gainesville
families.
The Alligator toyed with the idea of putting a Seminole, a screw
plunged into its back, on the front page of Monday's paper.
But nt>, we thought wed put the vulgar displays into File 13.
And save the bad taste for the students.
This weekend, someone crudely burnt the letters FSU"
into the Florida Field sod between the goal line and the eight eightyard
yard eightyard line in the northwest section of the field.
And in front of Tigert Hall, the letters FSU have been spray spraypainted
painted spraypainted messily on its steps.
But FSU students have not been without cause.
Last year Doak Campbell Stadium in Seminole-land had the word
Gators etched across its 50-yard line.
So ring-around the rosie. This year, Floridas campus gets
defaced. Next year, FSUs.
But it has to stop. Or the games existence will be in jeopardy.
And we might as well do the stopping.
If it calls for turn the other cheek, then we should.
off the field as well as on it.
UF football coach Ray Graves is concerned about the rivalry.
He wants the rivalry. Graves doesnt mind it if its bitter, he
just doesnt want it to get dirty.
This defacing of the two campuses is caused by 50 kooks from
each school, said Graves.
These non-conformists are dragging down 34,000 students
by painting signs and hanging up posters, said Graves.
Recently, Graves has been asking both FSUs Dean of Men and
the Student Body President to made efforts to control their students.
And Graves has made the same request to this universitys
officials.
But Graves can only talk so much and for so long.
Now its time for Floridas students to take over and begin
Operation Cleanup.
After all, one cant trust FSU.

Bowl Picture Shapes Up
As Seven Teams Picked

ange Orange Bowl bid from the start of
the season.
We asked the players what
they would like to do," said
Coach Doug Dickey. They said
first, they would like to go to
the Orange Bowl.
Tennessee wrapped up the
bid Saturday with a 20-7 win
over Mississippi, and virtually
wrapped up the Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference title at the same time.
SUGAR
NEW ORLEANS (UPI) Wyo Wyoming,
ming, Wyoming, the only major unbeaten
college football team in the
country, will play Louisiana State
University in the 34th Sugarowl
Classic Jan. 1, bowl officials
announced Monday.
Both teams had voted to ac accept
cept accept the invitations before the
official announcement was made
at Sugar Bowl headquarters.
LSU moved up as top con contender
tender contender for the host spot Satur Saturday
day Saturday when the Tigers trounced
Mississippi State 55-0. They have
a 5-3-1 record with weak Tulane
the only remaining foe.
Wyoming ran its winning streak

to 14 over the weekend by edg edging
ing edging the University of Texas at
El Paso.
Bowl officials reportedly had
been still considering Texas,
Georgia and Penn State for the
annual clash as early as Mon Monday
day Monday morning.
SUN
EL PASO, Tex. (UPI) The
Sun Bowl committee announced
today the University of Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi had accepted an invitation
to play in this years Sun Bowl
football game Dec. 30.
Sun Bowl officials said four
teams, including the University
of Texas at El Paso, were still
under consideration for the host
team slot.
COTTON
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI)
The University of Alabama ac accepted
cepted accepted today an invitation to
play in the Cotton Bowl in Dal Dallas
las Dallas on New Years Day.
The Crimson Tide will be play playing
ing playing its 21st bowl game, the ninth
in a row, when it meets the

DESPITE LEG CAST
Graves OK For FSU

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Editor
Florida football coach Ray
Graves announced Monday, Ill
be ready to go against Florida
State Saturday.
Graves was accidently knocked
unconscious by Kentucky line linebacker
backer linebacker Doug Van Meter in last
Saturdays game against the
Wildcats. Graves was looking
downfield as UFs Richard Trapp
fielded a punt and was hit blind blindside
side blindside by Van Meter.
Monday, in a cast, Graves said
he had just torn ligaments and
a bruised leg but no head in injuries.
juries. injuries.
The doctors are going to
X-ray it today, said Graves,
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juries.

Tuesday, November 21, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

to-be-decided Southwestern Con Conference
ference Conference champion.
The opponent will be either
Texas A&M, Texas or Texas
Tech.
Alabama president Frank A.
Rose made the formal accep acceptance
tance acceptance at a news conference, joined
by head coach and athletic direc director
tor director Paul Bear Bryant.
It is a great honor for the
University of Alabama to accept
this invitation to play in the Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Bowl, President Rose said.
Bryant said he was highly
honored that the Cotton Bowl
feels that our team is worthy
of bowl consideration.
Cotton Bowl president James
H. Stewart and Selection Com Committee
mittee Committee Chairman Field Scovell
extended the invitation on be behalf
half behalf of the Cotton Bowl Associa Association.
tion. Association.
Alabama has a 7-1-1 record
with one remaining regular sea season
son season game to be played against
Auburn in Birmingham Dec. 2.
A win by Texas A&M on
Thanksgiving Day against Texas
would give the Aggies the South Southwestern
western Southwestern Championship and the
bowl nod.

but itll be nothing to keep me
from coming tp the game.
Graves offensive backfield
coach, Fred Pancoast, was re released
leased released from Alachua General
Hospital Monday following an air airplane
plane airplane mishap Friday night in
Melbourne. Returning to Gaines-
Tate Jolly
Graves Hurt
Jolly Charlie Tate leads a
charmed life.
Tate, whose Miami Hurricanes
face potent Notre Dame Friday
night, can still walk with a bounce
despite the alarming casualty
rate among Floridas head foot football
ball football coaches.
Floridas Ray Graves is hob hobbling
bling hobbling about with a cast on his
leg, Florida State's Bill Peter Peterson
son Peterson clutches a cane like his life
depended on it and Florida
A&Ms Jake Gaither isnt even
out of the hospital yet.
All three of them were in injured
jured injured on the sidelines as plays
came their way and bundles of
helmeted beef bowled them over.
Gator Sailors
Smash FSU
The Gator Sailing Club avenged
a recent loss to FSU by winning
the Florida State Intercollegiate
Sailing Championships with 60
points this weekend here for the
third year in a row.
Sailing as co-skippers, Doran
Oster and Doug Hasley won the
competition in Division A with
three firsts in five races.
.
The Gators beat second place
Rollins by eight points and FSU
by 12. University of South Florida
and University of West Florida
finished fourth and fifth respec respectively.
tively. respectively.

GATOR
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UPI)~
Penn States Nittany Lions, the
pride of the east, Monday all allbut-accepted
but-accepted allbut-accepted a bid to play in
the Dec. 30 Gator Bowl Foot Football
ball Football Classic against a yet un unnamed
named unnamed opponent.
A spokesman for the school
said in University Park, Pa. that
"reaction to the bid is expected
to be favorable following "cer "certain
tain "certain administrative procedures.
The official answer to the bid
was expected within 24 hours.
The Gator Bowls selection
committee made no official an announcement
nouncement announcement about the other team.
But Penn State 7-2 is expected
to do battle in the nationally nationallytelevised
televised nationallytelevised contest with the winner
of the Florida-FloridaStategame
at Gainesville, Fla., this coming
Saturday.
The Lions coached by Joe Pat Paterno,
erno, Paterno, still must play Pitt this
coming weekend but will be
heavily favored in that one to
make it eight victories for the
season.

ville after scouting a high school
football game, the light plane
which Pancoast was a passenger
flipped on a runway.
Pancoast then picked up a car
and drove to Gainesville. But
in severe pain, Pancoast was
hospitalized here with a ruptured
intestinal wall. Hell be ready
for FSU, however.
While the Florida coaching
staff had a rough time of it,
the players, the ones who have
been getting it lately, were almost
injury-free.
Only linebacker Tom Abdel Abdelnour
nour Abdelnour of Miami received an in injury.
jury. injury. Abdelnour got a knee sprain
and a severe Charley horse in
the second quarter and had to
leave the game.
Abdelnour, who had 12 unas unassisted
sisted unassisted tackles against Georgia,
may be ready for the Seminoles.
Abdelnour was filling in admir admirably
ably admirably for Wayne McCall. But Mc-
Call, along with guard Guy Den Dennis,
nis, Dennis, end George Dean, fullback
Graham McKeel and quarterback
Larry Rentz will all be back for
FSU.
This is the best shape weve
been in all season, said Norm
Carlson, sports publicity direc director.
tor. director.
Still McCall, Gator co-captain
before a knee injury, may not
start as left linebacker against
FSU.
Abdelnour might have played
his way into the starting line lineup,
up, lineup, said Carlson, "but both boys
are hurting right now, so well
have to wait and see which one
is the better physically.
GO GATORS
BEAT FSU!!

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, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, November 21, 1967

Baby Gators Preview
Varsity, Tie FSU 22-22

TALLAHASSEEThe UFBaby
Gators and FSU's Baby Semi Seminoles
noles Seminoles fought to a tie Saturday
night in a preview of this week weekends
ends weekends battle at Florida Field.
The Baby Gators came from
behind with 1:59 left in the game
to tie the score at 22-22.
The Baby Gators had lost a
14-7 halftime lead to the Semi Seminoles
noles Seminoles on a 15 point rally in the
fourth quarter. Quarterback
Rocky Doddridge passing mainly
to Mel Poe and John Fladbrought
the ball down within scoring po position.
sition. position.
With less than two minutes re remaining

Wages:'l Wanted To
Prove Something

By MARC DUNN
Alligator Correspondent
I wanted the team to win and
prove to everyone that I could
get the ball in the end zone in
the clutch.
So said Harmon Wages after
UFs 28-12 victory over the Uni University
versity University of Kentucky Saturday af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon.
Wages completed 17 of 27 pas passes
ses passes for 195 yards and ran the
ball 17 times for 63 yards. He
scored two touchdowns and
passed for a third.
Wages was shaky at the start
but midway through the second
quarter began to perk up. Cal Calling
ling Calling almost all the plays him himself
self himself Wages moved the Gators
59 yards to a touchdown.
I got it now, was Wages
comment as he came off the
field.
Offensive coach Ed Kensler
was worried about Wages before
the first scoring drive. Kensler
had Larry Rentz warming up on
the sidelines.

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maining remaining Buster Brooks, the Baby
Gators leading ground gainer
with 98 yards in 24 carries,
cracked into the end zone, mak making
ing making the score 22-20.
The Baby Gators went with
Jerry Vinesett on a power sweep
off left end and bulled his way
for the two point conversion to
tie the game.
A 28-yard pass from Doddridge
to Poe with two seconds left
in the half provided the Baby
Gators with their 14-7 halftime
lead.
A 33-yard punt return by Don
Pederson got the Baby Seminoles

But I thought Wages did a
hell of a good job. He won the
game didnt he? He didnt lose
his cool even after a couple of
bad passes, said Kensler about
Wages' performance.
Wages thought the pass pro protection
tection protection was great.
Kentucky was not blitzing
much, said Wages, so I had
plenty of time.
According to Wages the game
plan was to punt away from Dick
Lyons, the Kentucky super star.
I was concentrating on him
too much, said Wages, and to
say the least, I didnt punt too
well.
During the post-game inter interview
view interview two boys approached Har Harmon
mon Harmon for autographs. He signed
their programs.
These boys have stuck with
me since my sophomore year.
Even when I didnt play they
were waiting for me after the
game.
They deserve my signature,
added Wages.

started on their own 48. Randy
Burden then hit George Bailey
with a 37-yarder to the UF 15-
yard line. Two plays later Frank
Munroe scored from seven yards
out. Burden passed to Bailey
for the FSU two-pointer.
The Seminoles next TD was
set up when George Henderson
recovered a Baby Gator fumble
on the UF 29. After the kickoff,
the Baby Gators fumbled again,
this time on their 39, but Hager
stepped in on first down for
the interception that set up the
drive to the tying scores.
The passing of quarterback
Rocky Doddridge, receiving of
Mel Poe and John Flad, run running
ning running of Brown and Walker kept
the Baby Gators in the game
even after many mistakes and
several fumbles.
UF FROSH 77 0 8 22
FSU FROSH 0 7 0 15 22
UF Walker, 2yd run (War (Warbritton
britton (Warbritton kick)
FSU Gaydos 26 yd pass from
Burdon (Carroll kick)
UF Poe 28 yd pass from
Doddridge (Warbritton kick)
FSU Munroe 7 yd run (Bailey,
pass from Burdon)
FSU Bailey, 1 yd run (Car (Carroll
roll (Carroll kick)
UF Brooks, 1 yd run (Vine (Vinesett
sett (Vinesett run)
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