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Vol, 60, No, 60

Rusk Calls Hijacking 'Act Os War'

These Are The Presidential Hopefuls
Constitution Tops
Todays Ballot
By KATHY KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
The proposed student body constitution goes on Thursdays ballot
article by article to win the support of the student body, as do the
names of 167 candidates vying for Student Government offices.
The constitution, adopted by Legislative Council by an overwhelming
majority in December, must be voted on by 25 per cent or more of
the student body and must be approved by two-thirds of that number
before it goes into effect.
Translating this into figures, at least 4,750 of the student body of
19,000 must vote on the constitution, and two-thirds or more of this
number, or about 3,200, must vote for approval.
All ten articles of the constitution will be itemized on the ballot
and each article must get the necessary two-thirds vote.
Voters will also be asked to indicate their preference for one of
three wordings of a clause concerning open or closed trials of the
Honor Court.
One alternative calls for either open or closed trials depending on
the choice of the defendant, one alternative provides for only closed
trials, and the other choice calls for open hearings only.
Positions open in the general election include 40 council seats,
18 Honor Court Justice positions, Lyceum Council president and vice
president and four Lyceum Council members.
The highlight of the campaign will be the top five SG positions
president, vice president, and treasurer of the student body and
chancellor and clerk of the Honor Court.
Os the 167 candidates on the ballot, 69 are affiliated with Bill
Mcrides Forward party, and 63 are running under the United-First
party banner with candidate Clyde Taylor.
Contrived party, with presidential candidate Rich Houk, placed 28
candidates on the ballot, while Individuals party claimed only
one candidate presidential hopeful Ira Brukner.
Six candidates are running unaffiliated.

- The
Florida Alligator

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, .Gainesville

By DARRELL GARWOOD
United Press international
WASHINGTON (UPI) Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State Dean Rusk said
Wednesday the capture of the
USS Pueblo and its crew on the
high seas could be considered
an act of war. He warned
North Korea to cool it.
Other administration officials
disclosed that the Soviet Union
had refused a United States re request
quest request to intercede with North
Korea for the immediate release
of the American intelligence ship,
forced with 83 men aboard into
the North Korean port of Wonsan
on Tuesday.
The Russians refusal to in intervene
tervene intervene blocked, at least for the
time being, one major avenue
toward a diplomatic solution of
the crisis. U.S. officials firmly
declined to say what other steps
might be taken if diplomacy
failed.
President Johnson met at the
White House with the National
Security Council, including his
highest military, dip] omatic and
intelligence advisers, to discuss
the situation.
North Korea alreauy has re refused
fused refused to give up the Pueblo.
Its chief representative on the
Mixed Armistice Commission,
Maj. Gen. Pak Chung Kuk, told
the United States directly Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night at Panmunjom, Korea,
that the ship will remain in
our hands.
Rusk briefed the House For Foreign
eign Foreign Affairs Committee privately
for 2 1/2 hours Wednesday. Af Afterwards,
terwards, Afterwards, he told newsmen the
seizure of a ship in internation international
al international waters was a very harsh act
that violated international law.
I would not object to inter interpreting
preting interpreting it as an act of war in
terms of the categories of acts
that could be so construed, Rusk
said.
He was asked whether the
Pueblo incident and the recent
rise in Communist infiltration
and terrorist attacks against
South Korea increased the danger
of renewed war in Korea.
That is up to North Korea,
he said. My strong advice to
them is to cool it. There had
been enough of these incidents.
The pretense by North Korea
that these are merely South Ko Koreans
reans Koreans objecting to their gov government
ernment government is nonsense.
The North Koreans would be

Polling locations for todays
election:
All freshmen and sopho sophomores
mores sophomores may vote in the dorm dormitory
itory dormitory area in which they live.
These include Jennings, Rawl Rawlings,
ings, Rawlings, Hume, Broward,
Graham, Yulee, Tolbert and
Murphree.
All upper-division students
may vote at the sites desig designated
nated designated for their colleges:
Arts and Sciences, the Hub;

well advised to pull back here
and start living at peace and
stop this kind of activity, Rusk
added.

Electioneering
Time Runs Out
By HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Managing Editor
ft
Today UF's students will go to the polls and elect
a new student body president and vice-president, trea treasurer,
surer, treasurer, honor court chancellor, honor court clerk and
40 Legislative Council members.
The polls open at 8 a.m. and close at 6 p.m.
. Four candidates will be vying for the post of student
body president.
They are Bill Mcride of Forward party, Clyde
Taylor of United-First party, Rich Houk of Contrived
party and Ira Brukner of Individual's party.
Mcride, who was judged the front-runner by a mar margin
gin margin of 10 per cent over Taylor in an Alligator poll
taken Saturday, has pegged his campaign on the theme
its time for a change.
Mcride has committed himself to fight a possible
tuition hike, to secure equitable infirmary privileges
for student wives and children, to improve parking
on campus and to improve off-campus living condi conditions
tions conditions through the offices of a student defender.
Mcride has also been busy during the past week,
denying a charge made in an Alligator editorial that
he was a puppet of certain power interests.
A man who speaks for himself has been the main
idea in many of Mcrides advertisements.
Mcride, like Taylor, is opposed to compulsory ROTC.
Taylor is running on a platform which promises to
continue the work of Charles Shepherds administration.
Taylor has also promised that he will encourage
student participation in SG, establish a housing authority
for the benefit of off-campus students, accumulate
data on the armed forces and selective service, secure
the consolidation of Lyceum Council and the Union Board
for Student Activities into a popularly elected Public
Functions Authority and work for a grade appeals board.
Both of the top two parties have spent thousands of
dollars on the campaign. It is expected that their
combined expenditures will be in excess of SB,OOO at
campaigns end.
Also in the running is Contrived party which has
stressed a frustration theme.
Contrived party has promised to establish a program
of campus-wide faculty-student discussions and to pub publish
lish publish professors names in a course schedule book.
Rich Houk, Contriveds presidential candidate, has
repeatedly stated that if elected he will get tough with
the problems, but not with the administration, with
which he has urged student government to cooperate.
A law student like Taylor and Mcride, Houk has
promised to re-orient student government toward stu students
dents students and to remove student government from what
he thinks is the realm of a political fairy-land.
Ira Brukner rounds out the list of presidential can candidates.
didates. candidates.
Brukner, who has campaigned wearing a tuxedo, has
challenged what he considers the establishment claim claiming
ing claiming that the other candidates do not really understand
student problems.

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Orange League
Brainwashed?
See Page 14

Thursday, January 25, 1968

The secretary refused to spec speculate
ulate speculate what the Unites States might
do next. Lets wait and see,
he said.

sions, Health Center; Physical
Education, Florida Gym.
ID Cards Needed
Students without picture
identification or blue fee cards
who wish to vote should report
to the Honor Court office in
Room 364 of the Reitz Union
for authorization to vote.
Student Body Election laws
require that students produce
identification in order to vote.



Page 2

!, ne Florida Alligator, Thursday, January 25, 1968

Candidates Discuss
Educator Problems
*t
By KATHIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
Contrived party win be back on the political scene next year, said
Contrived party candidate Rich Hcuk, and will be around until
the students wake up and realize that the Student Government they
have now is not what it should be.
Houk, participating in a debate with other presidential candidates
Tuesday night in Jennings Hall, spoke out against the fraternity
blocs and power structures which he said controlled SG.
I think the slang term there is dingding as opposed to
tap, said Houk.
United-First party candidate Clyde Taylor defended the SG ad administration
ministration administration of the past year, saying that there was no substitute
for experience with working with what is called the horrible system
that has existed for ages.*
Wherever you come from, Taylor continued, whether you come
from within or without the structure of SG, once you are elected
you become the establishment and you become the system.
In the question-and-answer period, candidates were asked whether
they thought the legislature would be willing to increase taxes
for payittg for education during an election year.
Election year or not, said Forward partys Bill Mcride,
they are meeting Jan. 29 with the intent of raising new funds for
education. That speaks for itself.
The money cant be found by raising tuition and taxing students
because it wont get any more money.
We*ve already had a stink on education, a little more smell
wont make any difference, said Houk.
Taylor, however, was not as optimistic on the question.
Theyve had special sessions before, he said. They have
never taxed special industries, they have not passed increased
taxes. I dont think theyre going to do it in an election year.
You dont like to alienate people in a situation like this, said
Ira Brukner, individuals party candidate. Its easy to do so by
hitting them where it hurtsin the financial column. I dont know
what theyll do.
Brukner, the individualist, received applause when he entered
the Jennings Hall Recreation Room, where the debate was held.
The other three candidates were already seated when he entered,
wearing white tie and tails.
Brukners otherwise smooth opening statements ended abruptly
however, when a coed in the audience fainted. While other persons
went to her aid, Brukner announced that he had nothing else to
say, and sat down until order was established.
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Question Os The Day
FOR PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES

TODAYS QUESTION
OF THE DA Y: Do you
believe that action
should be taken to limit
campaign expendi expenditures?
tures? expenditures? Please relate
your answer to the
total sum your party
will have spent by the
end of this campaign 0
Rich Houk
The expenditure of large sums
of money in a political campaign
is both wasteful and the root of
the major difficulty in the exist existing
ing existing political system. Large cam campaign
paign campaign funds are enlisted by means
of the bloc-vote-pay-off system.
Cash and votes are paid ?<>i
remembrances.
Our entire campaign has been
run on slightly more than S2OO.
Our campaign has been brought
home to the students and at the
same time has not inundated them
with obnoxious poop. We defin definitely
itely definitely feel large expenditures are
out of line and should be curbed.
Ira Brukner
Yes. Macbird and Claude Tay Taylor
lor Taylor have spent ridiculous amounts
of money sliding theirmugshots
under our doors, along with
Claudes Impossible Mission
routine on the radio.
Money is not being wasted. The
contributors expect a reward, a
Key, etc.
My party has spent $11.15,
SIO.OO to register and $1.15 for

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postage. I hitch-hiked to
Tallahassee, and my posters,
which I set the print for, were
donated.
In short, I believe action sho.Ud
be taken to limit the circus and
you can initiate it by electing a
man to do a boys job.
Clyde Taylor
Yes of course we can pass
all the rules we want (in Leg.
Council) as to the number of
poop sheets that can be thrown
(in the dorms), etc. We could
limit the number of newspaper
ads a party can use and so on
and so forth.

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However, this will never stop
the under-the-counter donations
to parties. We are facing a fact
of life. I believe the answer
should come from the party
leaders, in effect, a self selfcontrolled
controlled selfcontrolled limit. 1
As president, I will support
any legislation and practical con controls
trols controls anyone cares to propose.
Bill Mcride
We are very much in favor of
holding a review of campaign
procedures and expenditures in
order to find realistic proposals
for future elections.



Seminole
Announces
Coed Contest
Wanted: the most photogenic
coeds on campusfor the annual
Miss Seminole Contest.
Judged this year by actor Steve
McQueen, the winner and her
court will receive star billing
in two full-page color spreads
in the 1968 Seminole.
Also, Miss Seminole and the
organization sponsoring her will
receive a trophy for the dura duration
tion duration of her reign.
Coeds interested in entering
the contest are invited to submit
an application, accompanied by
a $3.00 entry fee and an BXIO
black and white photograph, to
Room 357 of the Reitz Union by
Friday, February 2.
The picture will be returned
to the owner and should be a
head shot only. No candid shots
will be accepted.
All entrants must be full-time
university students with a 2.0
overall average and must be
at least second quarter Fresh Freshman.
man. Freshman.
Fifth Playboy
Parly Needs
'Cute Coeds'
Graham Areas fifth annual
Playboy Party is scheduled for
Feb. 10, and the planners need
bunnies.
If you are cute, have long
ears, a wiggly nose, and you
crave carrots,** said Bob
Glidden, Graham area doesnt
want you. But if you are a cute
coed who loves to mingle and
doesnt mind being stared at,
then Graham area wants you/
Its not the four-legged
species that were looking for,
he continued, but the rarer two twolegged
legged twolegged species.**
n
According to Glidden, the com committee
mittee committee chairman, 20 girls have
signed up so far. We want as
many as possible,* he said. The
bunnies will dance, entertain, and
just keep the party going.
Hostesses, who help greet and
seat guests, and check keys, are
also needed, Glidden said.
The party will include a full
banquet, two dances, and a floor
show. Keys will be on sale at
$5.50 per couple, from January
29 to February 8. Keys will be
sold at the Graham lobby and Jht
Reitz Union box office.
Two bands, the Deltas and tbe
Rare Breed, will play at the
party.
Hugh es Diffe rs
With Editorial
Bob Hughes, chancellor of the
Honor Court, has taken issue
with an editorial endorsement
in Wednesdays Alligator.
I want to say that as chan chancellor
cellor chancellor of the Honor Court, and
as a person who has worked on
the court for three years, that
the Alligator is not as capable
of passing judgement on the qual qualifications
ifications qualifications of the candidate for
chancellor of the Honor Court
as I am.
The editorial endorsed For Forward
ward Forward party candidate Pete Zin Zinober
ober Zinober

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Page 4

1, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, January 25, 1968

Voluntary
ROTC Urged
By Houk
By HAROLD KENNEDY
Alligator Executive Editor
Rich Houk, Contrived presi presidential
dential presidential candidate, said a sit sitin
in sitin on the ROTC drill field is
not beyond him if the student
body truly wants voluntary
Reserve Officer Training (ROTC)
and if normal methods fail.
Houk made the comment in a
marathon 12 a.m. 5 p.m. Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday series of talks in the Plaza
of the Americas. The crowd aver averaged
aged averaged 150 people, observers said.
Houk noted that the make-up
of the Board of Regents has
changed considerably since the
last time UF tried to achieve
voluntary ROTC.
The UF faculty and student
body voted in Fall, 1966, to make
ROTC voluntary. But the regents
postponed consideration of the
idea.
Presently two years of ROTC
are required of every fit male
student of draft age.
If the students really favor
voluntary ROTC Houk would seek
an alliance with the UF admin administration
istration administration and faculty, then take
up the matter with the regents.
Houk spoke at length on all
of his party platforms. One prin principal
cipal principal plank is that Student
Government should concern itself
more with academics than it has.
The University of Florida is
not so great a macrocosm to
prohibit allowing the students to
make this an academic commun community,
ity, community, intellectually noticeable, he
said, This is what makes a
great university.

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) A federal judge who denied bail
to two Gainesville civil rights workers said Wednesday his decision
was based on evidence that their release pending appeal would be
disruptive to the orderly process of the Alachua County Circuit
Court.
Judge G. Harrold Carswells seven-page order was released Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, although he announced the denial of the bail
night.
Attorneys for the civil rights workers, Irvin Lee Dawkins and Mrs.
Carole Thomas, have said they intend to appeal the bail issue as
far as possible.
Carswell issued a certificate of probable cause to allow the
case to be appealed to the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in
New Orleans.
An appeal of the merits of the conviction is pending in the state
court of appeal in Tallahassee.
Dawkins, a Negro, and Mrs. Thomas, who is white, were sentenced
to jail for contempt of court by Circuit Judge J.C. Adkins last months
after being found guilty of distributing a newsletter in the Alachua
County Courthouse which charged the grand jury was racist and
Klan-infested.
Judge Adkins, whose home later was struck with a fire bomb,
ruled a reference to Uncle Toms among the Negro members
of the grand jury could be considered a veiled threat and denied
bond pending the appeal.
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Candidates Dislike
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Taylors Prop osal

It would be a mistake to abolish
Student Government (SG), was
the position taken by SG candi candidates
dates candidates and the UF administration
Wednesday.
As reported in Wednesdays
Alligator, United-First party
presidential candidate Clyde
Taylor said he would offer stu students
dents students the chance to abolish SG
under its present constitutional
setupif SG really doesnt serve
the students.
Toby Muir, Forward party can candidate
didate candidate for vice president, said
he would not like to see SG
abolished.
It (SG) is essential to a strong
student voice. It is important as
a representative voice, Muir
stated.

Burnett r Clarifies
Caseys Advertising

Phil Burnett, candidate for
treasurer of the student body
under the Forward party ban banner
ner banner said Wednesday he wanted
to clear up any misconceptions
concerning the qualifications of
U-F, Individual
Fail To Submit
Financial Report
Financial statements as of
Monday show Forward partys
total campaign revenue as $1,996
and Contrived partys as $163.
United-First and Individual
parties failed to make reports.
Such failure is a violation of
the election laws set forth in the
student body Constitution, but no
specific penalty is stated.
The Student Board of Elections,
made up of the Chancellor of
the Honor Court and a delegate
from each party, reviews all
reports and votes on their
validity. It has the power to fine
persons and/or bodies found
guilty of violating election laws.

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Vice President of Student Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Lester L. Hale termed the
idea a dangerous thought.
SG does many worthwhile
things for UF students, Hale said.
SG per se provides money,
leadership and motivation to
many organizations, Hale said.
Taylor said if the administra administration
tion administration was negligent in considering
the needs of students, a vote to
abolish SG would act as a lever
to effect action.
Mick Callahan, vice presiden presidential
tial presidential candidate for Contrived,
called the proposal stupid. It
is an easy way out, he said.
Student Government needs to be
changed, not abolished.

his opponent Allan Casey.
Casey has based much of
his advertisements on the fact
that he has been treasurer of
the student body for the past
year, Burnett said.
Instead, Burnett says, Casey
has been treasurer for only two
weeks.
I just want the students to
realize the fact about Casey and
consider it when they vote
tomorrow, Burnett added.
Casey said he officially took
office Dec. 9, when treasurer
Don Braddock left office.
You can see Ive been trea treasurer
surer treasurer more than two weeks,
Casey said.
Burnetts been saying that
Ive been treasurer for only two
weeks, while Ive been telling
people Ive been treasurer for
about 5 weeks.
Casey said that the treasurers
office remained open during the
Christmas holidaysexceptfor
about 4 daysand was allo allocating
cating allocating funds during the holiday
break, requiring the presence of
a treasurer.

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1, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, January 25, 1968

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Ad
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TW Florida Alligator's official position oo Us us* Is expressed
only la the oolumne below. Other naterial la Uda lssus may
reflect the opinion at the writer or cartoonist and not aeeessarlly
that at the Florida Alligator unless specifically indicated.

SG Needs Taylor

When this years presi presidential
dential presidential campaign started,
the editors of the Alligator
tentatively decidad not to
endorse a candidate, sim simply
ply simply because we could not
see a significant difference
between Clyde Taylor and
Bill Mcride o
That tentative decision
was before Mcride
brought the issue of ma maturity
turity maturity into the campaign;
before it became apparent
that Clyde Taylor was by
far the better candidate
and would probably be the
better president of the stu student
dent student body 0
So we changed our mindso
We urged the student body
to elect Clyde Taylor o
Taylors vow Tuesday
that he would offer students
a chance to abolish Student
Government at the end of
his term of office if they
were still dissatisfied with
SG points out why we
changed our minds,
Taylor is convinced that
students are generally dis disillusioned
illusioned disillusioned with SG. And he
is convinced they have just
reason.
But he is equally convin convinced
ced convinced that SG, under his
leadership and that of his
party, can give students a
government truly respon responsive
sive responsive to their needs and de desires.
sires. desires.
Taylor is so convinced
that he is willing to lay the
entire concept of SG under
its present constitutional
set-up on the line.
At first glance, his
pledge sounds like a hokey

Vote YES! for the con constitution.
stitution. constitution.
At the top of todays
oallot you will see the en entire
tire entire revised student body
constitution, displayed art article
icle article by article* You will
be required to vote for or
against each article.
The new constitution is
very much needed* Among
its various features it gives
the student body president
the power to veto finan financial
cial financial matters, allows two twothirds
thirds twothirds of the Legislative
Councils members pre-

The
Florida Alligator
"To Let The People Know
Steve Hull
Editor

Harvey Alper
Managing Editor
Harold Aldrich
New* Editor

Vote Yes

Harold Kennedy
Executive Editor
Bob Padecky
Sports Editor

political gimmick. But on
further analysis, his idea
has far-reaching and sig significant
nificant significant implications.
This is not to deny that
the move contained politi political
cal political motivations. But de despite
spite despite that fact, the idea
merits serious considera consideration,
tion, consideration,
Taylor made the an announcement
nouncement announcement knowing that it
would place the pressure of
leadership squarely on
shoulders. He has laid Stu Student
dent Student Government -- and its
ability to give the students
what they want squarely
on the firing line.
Why? Simply because he
believes that if SG cannot
be a government truly by
and for the students, then it
should not continue the hy hypocritical
pocritical hypocritical guise of being so.
Simply, it should be re replaced.
placed. replaced.
UF students have long
complained that SG is
Mickey Mouse, that it
is do-nothing, They have
been unhappy because they
have not believed that SG
cared about them.
We think Clyde Taylor
cares. We think he will
make SG for- and only
for- the students of this
university.
If he fails, he has pro promised
mised promised students the chance
to clean the slate and re replace
place replace it with whatever they
choose.
We urge you to consider
this carefully when you cast
your vote today.
The choice is yours.

sent at a given meeting
to over-ride a veto and con contains
tains contains a new preamble on
student rights.
Unless every article of
the new constitution is
passed, no single article
will go into effect.
So, you must vote YES.
Today you will also have
the opportunity to vote to
open the Honor Court. We 0
urge you to do so, in the
interests of a better Honor
Court, student rights and
a free press. >

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Why Powell?

Adam Clayton Powells college crusade
to stir up racial hatred and general op opposition
position opposition to any and perhaps all of the
governments policies, has done nothing so
far except to show the agitator for what
he is.
A decision by the student committee in
charge of inviting him to the University
of Florida to rescind that invitation speaks
well of our Florida students, even though
that decision will undoubtedly be protested
by some.
One graduate student wants Powell to
come to the Gainesville campus and speak
without a formal invitation. I dont really
think he has that much valuable to say,
the student explained, but its the principle
of the thing.
He charged the administration with being
a real blocking power behind the change
of mind on the student committees part.
What this graudate student is saying, then.

Alligator Staff
A Student Newspaper
DAVE DOUCETTE MICHAEL ABRAMS
Assistant News Editor Editorial Assistant
JANICE SIZEMORE JOE TORCHA
iiupus Living Editor Entertainment Editor
ol'AI F WRITERS James Almand, Beth Brandon, Arlene Caplan, David
Chafin, Janies Cook, Linda Daniels, Jeff Denkewalter, Duffy, Glenn Fake,
Janice Forsberg, Anne Freedman, Mary Gantt, Brenda Gevertz, Janie Gould,
Margie Gross, Sam Hansard, Steve Hulsey, Kathy Keim, Leslie Lepene,
Hoy Mays, Fred McNeese, John Parker, Lori Preece, A1 Pierleoni, Raul
Ramirez, Dave Reddick, Neal Sanders, Barbara Schaefer, Jerry Silberberg,
Jeff Scurran, Lori Steele, Dee Dee Horn, Gail Shinbaum.
STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS Nick Arroyo, Mike Huddleston, A1 Jensen.

is that his whole motive in asking Powell
to ignore the feelings of the university
and speak anyway is merely an act of
defiance, a determined effort to buck the
authority of the university.
We could understand students with open
minds and liberal intentions extending the
right to speak to any man under similar
circumstances if it were not for Powells
history.
Powell is not a man who has been denied
the access to the countrys ear. His story
has been told and retold.
He is not a man who was crucified by
his fellow congressmen without recourse.
His every message commands television
cameras and press releases.
By now anything that Adam Clayton Powell
has to say has been pretty thoroughly said.
The question, is not why the
University of Florida is rescinding its
invitation but why it ever extended it
in the first place.



OPEN FORUM:
Jkiti'ui mi ViMmt
There is no hope for the complacent man.

Vietnam is Unlike

MR. EDITOR:
In the course of any discussion
about Vietnam those who support
the policies of President Johnson
are sure to draw a parallel
between Korea and the present
conflict. The truth is, however,
that the policies pursued by the
U.S. in the incidents have been
in opposition.
We sent our forces to Korea
to protect an indigenous regime
from destruction by a foreign
ROTC Sandbox
MR. EDITOR:
I want to say something which
has bothered me for a long time.
The ROTC drill field is just
a huge sand box for a bunch of
anemic looking pompous little
Napoleons' who crumble their
cookies by impressing the rest
of the herd with their effemin effeminate-voiced
ate-voiced effeminate-voiced orders.
I just wish I had the eloquence
of Thomas Jefferson or William
Buckley to say what I really mean.
A. SMITH

Christmas Poem Protest

MR. EDITOR:
Im writing in protest of your
publication of A Belated, De Deflated
flated Deflated Christmas Poem. (See
By Line: Joe Torchia.) If this
is Mr. Torchias idea of an
amusing poem, then Im happy
to tell him that his idea of
humor isnt very humorous.
There are many of us who
know and observe the true mean meaning

MR. EDITOR:
I would like to publicly
apologize to my fellow students
and to all citizens in general.
I am humbly sorry and ashamed
that I have seen fit to commit
such heinous deeds upon the
general public. May I apologize
for the inconvenience I have
caused them and especially for
the harm I have surely heaped
upon all Americans?
I realize now that my physical
good is indeed the primary con concern
cern concern of everyone and by inflict inflicting
ing inflicting injury upon myself I cause
each of you much sorrow.
It warms my newly enlightened

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Ill Wear Helmet But

power operating through a puppet
regime.
After World War II Vietnam
proclaimed its independence
under Ho Chi Minh. France, which
had paid lip service to the new
government, set up a puppet
government, the Bao Dai regime,
in 1948 in Saigon. This repre represented
sented represented intervention by a foreign
power in the internal affairs of
an independent nation. In the en ensuing
suing ensuing long struggle the French,
although well armed by the United
States, were defeated.
The United States, after
nominally agreeing to the accords
of the Geneva Convention of 1954,
then reneged by saying that free
elections were an impossibility
in the North. We intervened in
Vietnam to prevent the destruct destruction
ion destruction of the regime set up in the
South by the French.
, j
When President Johnson, or
Everet Dirkson, or any govern government
ment government spokesman or supporter
says we are in Vietnam to com combat
bat combat agression he is not telling
the truth. We are there because

ing meaning of Christmas, and we give
Jesus the reverence due Him
and not make jokes about Him
and Santa Claus in a sick poem.
No, Im not one of those re religious
ligious religious fanatics lm just one
person who doesnt like to
our Lord being ridiculed,
especially by the entertainment
editor of a college newspaper.
MRS. B* B. MINOR

heart to know that our legis legislators
lators legislators (God bless them all) have
seen fit to guide me by the
hand and show me the way to a
longer life.
The late supreme court justice
Louis D. must have been
mistaken when he said, The
greatest dangers to liberty lie
in the Insidious encroachment by
men of zeal; well-meaning, but
without understanding.
Rest assured that from now on
I will wear my approved crash
helmet and safety eye shield
when riding on my scooter. Thank
you for showing me the way.
JOHN C. SOLLINGER, 2UC

Korea

the regime which was coming into
power was Communist and we saw
it as another attempt by the world
wide Communist conspiracy to
take over a portion of the free
world.
To believe that the reason we
are involved there is because the
Communists are trying to sub subvert
vert subvert the country away from its
previously determined course is
to be completely naive. We are
in Communist Chinas shoes as
far as this conflict and the Korean
War are concerned and, unfor unfortunately,
tunately, unfortunately, they seem to fit per perfectly.
fectly. perfectly.
MARK S. WALDMAN, 4AS

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Thursday, January 25, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

Law Students Query
Endorsement Policy

MR. EDITOR:
We, the undersigned Law Stu Students,
dents, Students, wish to review your edi editorial
torial editorial stand in favor of one can candidate
didate candidate for Chancellor. It is not
our aim to campaign for either
candidate, but to challenge your
ill-timed interference with the
selection process. Your endorse endorsement
ment endorsement is particularly objection objectionable
able objectionable for its paucity, yea even
want of rationale.
We submit that your editorial
board is no better qualified than
other students to assess the re requisite
quisite requisite qualities of the Chancellor
and should reserve judgment on
this subject.
The conduct of both candidates
has been exemplary, as befits
men earnestly seeking to serve
the students in this important
office. Your editorial interven intervention,
tion, intervention, however, has injected a
baser political flavor to the cam campaign
paign campaign for what should be essen essentially
tially essentially a non-political office.
The Alligator, which frequently
impugns the political motives

of other groups and students, may
have succumbed to a similar im impulse.
pulse. impulse.
We think the student body is
entitled to an explanation of your
statement. Whatever competency
you have for influencing the stu students*
dents* students* choice of Student Body
President does not obtain in the
selection of Chancellor. This is
evinced by your patent absence
of palpable reasons to support
your position.
THOMAS COBB
Editor in Chief, Law Review
JOHN BARLEY
President, John Marshall Bar
Association
DONALD HALL
Moot Court Team
Editor, Law Review
KELLEY REID
President, Phi Delta Phi Legal
Fraternity
VINCE WHI BBS
President, Phi Alpha Delta Legal
Fraternity
Editor, Law Review

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ANTIQUES sale. Early American
and Oriental art Glass, China,
Brass, Jewelry, old fashioned
clothing, opposit art center. Mi Micanopy
canopy Micanopy Sat. and Sun. (A-68-
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BASENJI PUPS. AKC reg. Ideal
apt. pet. No odor, no shedding,
no barking. Wormed and shots.
SIOO. Call 472-2408 after 5. (A (A---69-st-p)
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BASENJI PUPPIES, trained,
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looking for a home, AKC, cham champion
pion champion background, reasonable
rates. Ph: 376-4103. (A-67-10t-
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COMPLETE set Ludwing drums
never been hit. $300.00. New
Fender Jaguar Electric guitar.
$285.00. 376-6671. (A-66-3t-c)
2 CROME wheels with spinners.
Also, Kent vocal microphone.
Contact Charlie Self at Shady
Nook Trailer Park, space #62.
(A-69-lt-p)
FLY! Flying Hawks Inc. ha;,
shares available in a Cessna
Sky hawk. Dual radios dual omni.
Full panel. 372-1290 or 372-
6045 after 6:00. (A-67-7t-p)
FREE kittens. Call Rick. 378-
6994, after 8:30 p.m. any even evening.
ing. evening. (A-6 9- 2t-p)
FOR SALE: Brand new crash
helmet and face shield only
$20.00, originally cost $35.00.
Call Bilf Northup at 372-9363.
(A-68- 3t-p)
FOR SALE: 4 keystone mags
mounted on 4 new wide track
30,000 mi. ultra-sonics, 378-
4440. 8:00 to 5:00, after 5:00
call 376-6174. (A-68-st-c)
1967 AUSTIN HEALEY Mark 111
3,000. Fully equipped 17,000
miles. (378-7520). (G-69-3t-p)
FINE IMPORTED German type typewriter.
writer. typewriter. Olympia SM-9. Portable
with case. Like new. SBO or
highest offer. Call 378-3720. (A (A---67-3t-p)
--67-3t-p) (A---67-3t-p)
GOYA GUITAR. $75.00. Call 378-
1253 after 5:30 p.m. (A-66-3t-
P)

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exhaust pipes. Excellent con condition.
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IMMACULATE By owner'
No qualifying Central heat and
air, built in kitchen, cypress
panelling, step-down living room,
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garden area. Perfect Condition.
$19,000. 6% mortgage. Call for
appt. 372-0328. (A-65-30t-c)
MOSRITE GUITAR: sun burst
finish, excellent condition. $325
with case. Also, MGB Luggage
rack, $17.00 and Voit Barracuda
Slalom Ski, $20.00. Call Dusty
after 6 p.m., 378-7686. (A-69-
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MUST SELL: 1965 Honda 305
Dream. White, incredible con condition
dition condition must be
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cash. 376-8194. (A-69-st-p)
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1966 SUZUKI 50 cc. $115.00.
376-9554, ask for Rick. (A-69-
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1963 VESPA. Excellent transpor transportation
tation transportation in fine running condition.
New seat and tires, SIOO.OO.
376-5493. (A-68-3t-p)
1961 VW Dombi in excellent con condition
dition condition all around. Gasoline
heater. Must sell. 1410 SW 10th
Terrace, Apt. 41. (A-68-st-p)
for rent
FURNISHED ROOM. Business
lady has room in private home,
kitchen privileges, phone. Male,
after 5:30 p.m. or weekends,
814 NE 11th Ave. (B-64-st-p)
LARGE 2-bedroom apartment for
rent. Ideal for 3 students. SIIO.OO
a month, all utilities included.
Phone 376-8314 after 5:00. (B (B---68-st-p)
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campus; S7O rest of quarter;
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CH and AC. Phone 378-8122 after
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SUBLEASE 2 bedroom apt. at
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6535. (B-69-st-c)
THE CENTER OF ACTIVITY.
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FEMALE roommate One bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment $50.00. Call
378-5369 before 11:00a.m.,after
7:00 p.m. Near campus. (C-66-
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FEMALE roommate to share du duplex
plex duplex behind Norman Hall. Phone
378-6258. (C-67-st-p)
FEMALE roommate wanted to
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month plus utilities. Call 372-
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JUNIOR coed wants football
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and competition. Call Anne after
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ONE MALE roommate to share
1 bedroom apartment. University
Gardens Apts. Starting no later
than February. 378-7903. (C-68-
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NEED 1 or 2 female roommates
immediately. French Quarter
Apt. #lO7. Rent paid for Jan.
Call 378-8253 or come by any anytime.
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OLYMPIA APTS. Modern 2 bed bedroom,
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blocks from campus. $150.00
monthly. Call 376-1965 after
3:00. (C-68-st-p)
ONE OR TWO female UF stu students
dents students wanted to share furnished
apartment one block from cam campus.
pus. campus. Call 378-5601 after 5:00 p.m.
(C-68- st-p)
ROOMMATES WANTED. Male or
Female. Check with office of
University Gardens. 376-6720.
708 SW 16th Ave. (C-66-st-c)
$50.00 REWARD for information
leading to the recovery of my
Honda 450. Stolen from Murphree
Area Tuesday or Wednesday Jan January
uary January 16, or 17. Black and Silver,
Tag Number 19A569, Frame
Number 1021521, Call Jon Cie Ciener,
ner, Ciener, 372-9306. (C-66-st-p)
WANTED: attractive lUC or 2UC
female to wash dishes once a week
for two students. Fe£ open to
negotiation. Fringe benefits. Call
Pukt. 376-9578. (C-68-3t-p)
$25.00 REWARD for information
leading to apprehension of the
person who ran into the side of
a beige Cadillac parked near
Reitz Union on McCarty Drive,
Tuesday afternoon Jan. 23, 1968.
Call 376-3261, EXt. 3334, Mrs.
Andress. (C-68-3t-c),
WANTED: law or grad student
to share large 2 br. AC apart apartment
ment apartment near law school with another
law student! Available now. 378-
5449 evenings. (C-68-3t-p)

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WANTED: 1 preferably 2 male
roommates to share 2 bedroom
apartment with fireplace, $25.00
per month plus utilities. Call
Dave, 378-1884 after 5:00. (C (C---68-st-p)
--68-st-p) (C---68-st-p)
WANTED: Ride to ATLANTA
weekend of Jan. 27-28. Need to
see girlfriend badly. Call 372-
9138 for Keith in Room 527.
(C-67-2t-p)
WANTED female roommate. Rent
$50.00 a month. 1403 NW 6th
Ave. Call 372-3073. (C-67-_3t'-p)
WANTED: GO-GO GIRL to dance
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
nights. Must be good. Call Bobby
at 468-9443. (C-68-3t-p)
THREE RIDERS wanted to Fort
Lauderdale. Leave Friday 26,
return Sunday 28. Car: LeMans
*67. Cost: SIO.OO round trip.
Call Louis 378-6903. (C-69- lt-p)
WANTED: Riders to Statesboro,
Ga. (Georgia Southern College).
Leave Friday, January 26th, 3:30
Return Sunday afternoon. Call
Gary, 376-9472. (C-69-lt-p)
WANTED 1, preferrably 2 male
roommates to share 3 bedroom
house with cooking, heating facil facilities,
ities, facilities, etc. Rent cheap. Call
Richard, 376-0638, (C-69-2t-p)
WANTED: Female roommate to
share 2 bedroom furnished apt.
beginning spring quarter.
S4O/mo. Frederick Apts. #9. Call
376-9529. (C-69-2t-p)
We need two gen. adm. tickets.
Call Danny, 372-6259, after four.
(J-69-lt-p)
WHOEVER TOOK the typewritten
short stories by Fred Knight from
box 315 Yulee, please return to
same box. (L-69-lt-p)
help wanted
1
WAITERS to work 11 2 daily.
Inquire Longhorn Steak House.
14 SW Ist or call 372-2405.
(E-66-4t-c)
HELP WANTED. Student wives
interested in sales or cashier cashiering.
ing. cashiering. Apply Personnel Office, Col College
lege College Inn. 1728 W. University Ave.
The 'Unlversiiy' oT Florida has
challenging positions available
for inexperienced and exper experienced
ienced experienced Clerk-Typists and Secre Secretaries.
taries. Secretaries. Starting salaries depen dependent
dent dependent on experience. Fringe bene benefits
fits benefits include the opportunity to
attend one (1) college course
each quarter tuition free. Want
to work and learn more? Come
to the Central Employment Of Office,
fice, Office, 2nd floor of the Hub.
(E-61-ts-c)
autos
BUICK 4-dr. hardtop. 1963 Le-
Sabre, power steering brakes,
radio, heater, air, $1,200, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, 378-2735, 2 to
7 p.m. (G-61-10t-p)
1956 DODGE. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Power steering, power
brakes, radio, heater, push but button
ton button transmission. Priced to sell.
Call 378-4200 after 5:00. (G (G---65-st-p)
--65-st-p) (G---65-st-p)
1964 FORD GALAXIE 500-XL.
All power, V-8, bucket seats,
wide oval tires, automatic trans transmission,
mission, transmission, just overhauled. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. Call 372-5976.
(G-67-st-p)
1959 FORD 4-door, V-8, auto automatic
matic automatic transmission, radio, heat heater,
er, heater, runs good, Excellent tires,
$225.00 cash or terms. Phone
378-5556 or 372-2466. (G-68-
3t-p)

Thursday, January 25, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

I autos I
AUSTIN HEALY 100-67 same' f
as 3,000) New tires, paint, ton tonneau
neau tonneau cover and regular top. Must
sell 372-7951. (G-68-3t-p)
FOR SALE: 1964 Rambler Am American
erican American Station Wagon. $600.00.
See at 1750 SW Williston Rd.
(G-66-st-p)
*6O VW Van Good condition.
Runs fine. Bunks wood panel.
Must sell. $275 or make offer.
372-9128. Dave in 106. (G-65-
51 =J0l
1963 PONTIAC Catalina 2 dr.
Hardtop. Radio and Heater, power
steering and power brakes. 4
new tires. Excellent condition.
Reasonably priced. Ph. 378-5133.
(G-68-st-p)
personal
NOW YOUR FAMILY may come
from Miami to Gainesville every
Saturday for only $lO round trip
per person. Late model station
wagon. Call 372-8371. (J-67-st (J-67-stpi
pi (J-67-stpi
Hun-Pie Hope to give you as
much love in the next 2 years
as you have given me the last
two. Happy Anniversary S. (J (J---69-lt-p)
--69-lt-p) (J---69-lt-p)
i 1 * *" 11
Huaraches, Sandalia DEMIAN,
el zapatero. (J-69-2t-p)
KRIS, Happy 20th Birthday,
Thursday, Fondly yours. (J-69-
lt-p)
KITTY AND RICK. Congratula Congratulations
tions Congratulations and felicitations on your
upcoming event Friday. May you
recall it with much bliss. P.
Brown. (J-69-lt-p)
JEAN has the best in town. Ask
Landis and Randy, they know!
(Dinky got the scoop!) (J-69-
HEAR Alices Restaurant at
S.S.O.C. Table, Reitz Union. (J (J---6
--6 (J---6 9-lt-p)
PLEASE HELP ME! My student
wifes wild about P. P. & M.
lost-found
FOUND: Makeup kit Broward
Parking Lot, Must be able to
identify. Call 372-9450, for Rm
484. (L-69-3t-nc)
LOST: Large, yellow cat with
stub tail (Manx) in the vicinity
of SW 16th Ave. Call 378-8106
or 372-8721. (L-69-lt-p)
LOST in Matherly, Silver
Cross Ballpoint Pen with ini initials
tials initials NW on Cap. Sentimental
Value. Call 372-2679. (L-68-3t (L-68-3t
(L-68-3t el_
FOUND: One fraternity pin found
in laundry, 21 blue stones, in insignia
signia insignia is missing, diamond
shaped, Alpha Epsilon, Call 376-
1351 after 6:00. (L-66-3t-nc)
FOUND: a watch left in room
237 Little last week. Please
claim. Call Elaine Wiggins, 372-
3621. (L-66-3t-nc)
services
SPECIAL: Dear Estes will give
$18.50 frosting for $12.50 for
limited time. Call 372-5549. (M (M---
-- (M---
TENNIS RACKET RESTRING RESTRINGING,
ING, RESTRINGING, satisfaction guaranteed.
Free pick up and delivery on
and near campus. Call M and R
Tennis Services. 378-2489. (M (M---
-- (M--- 5918 t-p)

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retain brilliance in carpets
cleaned with Blue Lustre. Rent
electric shampooer, sl. Lowry
Furniture Co. (M-69-2t-c)

Dollars-For-Scholars
Program Revamped
A near deficit in the Dollars For Scholars (DFS) program last
year has resulted in a complete revamping of the program, according
to Student Body President Charles Shepherd.
Last years DFS chairman made a mistake in the amount of student
funds available for the program, Shepherd said.
The UF working to obtain student loans receives nine federal
dollars for every dollar it supplies. Students, through DFS, contri contribute
bute contribute a specific part of the UFs ratio.
According to Shepherd last years chairman forgot to subtract
expenses of the program before be promised the amount the program
would give to the UF. After expenses were deducted, the program
could not meet the sum agreed upon. This cM|felt would have been
made up from Student Government operating Mflp or SG reserves.
The deficit was avoided when the federal fovernment cut back
their funds, Shepherd said. But the incident triggered a closer
look at the whole program and a need for revamping became obvious
in many areas.
According to Dwight Rogers, current chairman of DFS, the program
has been changed. For instance,' the program no longer depends on
one weeks collection for funds but now works on a year-round basis.
In addition more funds are being collected from local businesses
and clubs instead of student pockets.
Rogers said this was done to combat apathy by the students.
Last year, he said, only five fraternities and nine sororities
contributed and theyre a major source of money. So, were extending
the program and turning to other money sources.
Rogers said contributions have already been received from such
organizations as the Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs.
Local businesses are also contributing. Burger Chef restaurant,
for instance, contributed all the money taken from sales Wednesday
afternoon.
The Herff Jones Ring Co. is contributing $2.00 from every UF
class ring sold here.
When we do turn to students, Rogers said, we wont just ask
for handouts like last year. Well try and give them something in
return for their money.
/" Did it ever occur to you *\
that you could turn a
successful
career into something
even more satisfying?
At Ortho, you can. Ortho, leader in the field
of gynecic and family planning planning pharm pharmaceuticals,
aceuticals, pharmaceuticals, is the only company to offer the
medical profession a complete choice of med medically
ically medically accepted methods for controlling concep conception.
tion. conception. And the Ortho name reaches into labor laboratories,
atories, laboratories, operating rooms and hospitals with
diagnostic methods which have benefited count countless
less countless human lives; methods such as RH-testing
serums, and the Papanicolaou smear stains for
early detection of uterine cancer.
As an Ortho salesman, your job would be to
inform the medical profession about our com complete
plete complete line of pharmaceuticals, and generate
sales. And to help you in your contacts with
doctors, pharmacists and top hospital personnel,
well give you some of the finest on-the-job
and in-plant training available anywhere, com com.
. com. petent supervision, and an automobile for bus business
iness business (and personal) use.
What else? An excellent starting salary. Full
range of professional benefits. Merit increases.
Significant opportunities for advancement as
soon as you show youre ready. And many
extras (including free stock of our parent com company,
pany, company, Johnson & Johnson, when you become
eligible).
For interviews on campus on Thursday, Febru February
ary February Ist, please see your Placement Direc Director.
tor. Director. If an interview is not convenient, please
write to Mr. R. L. Johnston, Sales Personnel
Employment Director, Ortho Pharmaceutical
Corporation, 2211-12 Carew Tower, Cincinnati,
Ohio 45202. _____
\Ortho/
Va Johnson & Johnson affiliated company J
An Equal Opportunity Employer (m/f)

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Service 603 SE Second Street.
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), The Florida Alligator, Thursday, January 25, 1968 (

Hazing Hurts
Frats Image
By JERRY SILBERBERG
John Everett, Clifton, 19, died as the result of drinking a com combination
bination combination of five laxatives and garlic during a service club initiation
at Baylor University.
The coroner ruled the death accidental, but the death was never nevertheless,
theless, nevertheless, the result of a young man who had to prove how much guts
he had in order to get into a club.
At Oklahoma University, hazing in any form is strictly prohibited
on or off campus. The seriousness of Cliftons death stirred the OU
campus into some critical inquiry.
J
According to the OU Student Guide, Individual students or groups
who interfere with the personal liberty or abuse the personal dignity
of fellow students are liable to disciplinary action.*
Hazing has been defined as action which causes mental or physical
discomfort. This would include strenuous exercise aside from collegiate
athletics or intramurals and action which jeopardizes a students
scholastic standing.
There have been incidents at many colleges and universities when
the student body could easily spot a newly initiated brother: hes
the one that looked like a walking zombie.
Unfortunately, a minority of social groups still require some sort
of hell week for the pledges. One would assume this is a test of
one*s manhood and stamina to take varieties of humiliation.
Several sororities do partake of hazing which eventually turns
out to be an enjoyable day. One group of Chi Omegas kidnaps per perspective
spective perspective sisters and wind up having a luncheon or dinner with all
sisters and local alumni present. But this is a form of fun-hazing.*
Hazing is not the only problem. Another one is the fact that the
number of fraternities remains the same while membership has
increased.
Fraternities must expand, new groups must be formed, and members
must change the image of the fraternities if they are to survive.
One cannot deny the fact that fraternities and sororities do offer
many services to the community. It is not uncommon for a group to
conduct blood drives; muscular distrophy marches; and the help
week* which has replaced hell week. But it seems that these
services arent common, or that they are not made public.
The problems of discrimination, hazing, and pressures placed
upon the groups must be eliminated if the traditional fraternity
house is going to stand and mean something to the campus, members,
and alumni.
The next two or three years will make a difference as to whether
or not established traditions will crumble and fall.
TIGHTWAD
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The pinch-a-penny Austin Sports Sedan. Costs
little to buy, a pittance to maintain, and the way
it ekes out 30-miles-to-a-gallon, even less to
run. The Austin Sports Sedan is tight with a buck,
but generous where people are concerned wl m
room for five, ample luggage space and expan- I Bill J I
sive areas of glass. And its not all work and no I9TI
play. The Austin Sports Sedan handles better
than most sports cars bucket seats, four fourspeed
speed fourspeed stick shift, disc brakes, an 1100 cc engine Aust*n
(up to 90 mph) and precise rack and pinion
steering reveal a true love for the sporting life. Sports
The price tag reveals a true love for the buck. Sedan
NEW LOW PRICE $1595
Crane
Imports
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SMITH SAYS IN INTERVIEW

f Student Generation
Is Religiously Alive

By JANICE FORSBERG
This student generation is
religiously alive more than
any Ive ever seen before, said
Dr. Huston Smith at the coffee coffeehour
hour coffeehour discussion Monday night fol following
lowing following his keynote address for
Religion-In-Life Week.
Maybe not in a conventional
way, as can be seen by the
hippies and the youth revolution.
But there is a strong and un unmistakable
mistakable unmistakable religious thrust along
with these,* added Smith.
In the discussion, Smith elab elaborated
orated elaborated on the earlier statement
in his address that a number of
students were becoming actively
interested in the Asian religions.
According to Smith, the East Eastern
ern Eastern religions offer these students
something different, far removed
from their own culture.
These religions are viewed in
terms of something positive with
an element of ontological faith,
a concern for the present mom

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Thursday, January 25, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

Mormons Examined
Tonight At LDS

by JANICE SIZEMOPE
Alligator Campus Living Editor
Why are we here, what are
we doing, where are we going?
These questions sound typical of
the ones mused by students ev every
ery every day. Some answers may be
provided tonight at the Latter Day
Saints Student Center.
In conjunction with Religion Religionin-Life
in-Life Religionin-Life Week, the Mormon stu student
dent student organization, the Deseret
Club, will hold an informal dis-
Harriet-
McPherson
Betrothed
Gertrude McPherson and
George Harriet, 3 LW, have an announced
nounced announced their engagement and
wedding plans for June.
George, from Sanford, Fla.,
is a first lieutenant in the Army
Reserve. Miss McPherson is
from Lexington, Ky. where she
graduated from the UK School
of Nursing. Since her graduation
in 65, she has served with the
Peace Corps in Niger, Africa.
WHATS
HAPPENING
By DAVID CHAFIN
Alligator Correspondent
IN THE POLITICAL MUDS
SWAN-SONG SLING. Its all over
today. The day of reckoning has
come for the four candidates
for student body president, be because
cause because today the student body goes
to the polls. Voting booths will
be set up in all living areas
and in all upper division colleges.
Polls close at 6 oclock tonight
VOTE! Today that is your num number
ber number one responsibility.
IN WHICH WAY YOUTH ARE
GOING CONSERVATIVELY
SPEAKING: Dan Joy, national
chairman of the College Con Conservative
servative Conservative Council, will speak on
Why American Youth Are Going
Conservative at the Young Am Americans
ericans Americans for Freedom meeting
in room 361-of the Reitz Union
tonight at 8 oclock.
IN UFS HELLESPONT HE HEROINES:
ROINES: HEROINES: The Lady Greeks come
together in a Panhellenic Council
meeting today at 4:30 p.m. in
room 357 of the union.
IN INTERNATIONAL ENTER ENTERTAINMENT:
TAINMENT: ENTERTAINMENT: The Latin American
Club sponsors an International
Talent Show tonight in the union
auditorium at 7.
IN MAH FELLOW AMU RI RICANS
CANS RICANS AND THE CULTURE
CONCEPT: The Dept, of History
sponsers a lecture on Recent
Presidents in American Culture
in room 105 B of the Archi Architecture
tecture Architecture and Fine Arts Building
tonight at 8:15.
IN THE BIG THREE-LETTER
WORD FROM A DIFFERENT
POINT OF VIEW: Jon Braun
speaks on Sex, Love, and Mar Marriage
riage Marriage in the University
Auditorium at 8 oclock tonight.
Braun is affiliated with the Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

cussion at 7:30 centered around
the film Mans Search for
Happiness.
Ed Sims, president of this URA
affiliate, challenges students to
visit the Mormon center to
investigate our particular inter interpretation
pretation interpretation of religion.
Many students criticize the
Mormon Church because it
claims to be the religion. We
Mormons do not want to force
anyone to our way of thinking.
We do ask that you oo': fulo
our beliefs.
Refreshments will be served
during the discussion period.
Literature and information will
available on the Mormon faith.
The LDS Student Center is lo located
cated located at 1220 SW sth Ave.

INTERVIEW-KOPPERS...FEBRUARY 8
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The atomic weight of einsteinium is 254!

He did it again. If Dr. Ferraday dropped his guard, George
would catch it. George used his head. He came to class
prepared. He was anxious -impatient.
Koppers is after impatient young graduates like George.
Were growing so fast we have more job openings than
we can fill, and we need young graduates to help us fill
thempermanently. Answer this ad if you answer this
description: impatient, anxious to get ahead, at home with
fresh ideas. We want chemists, chemical engineers, me mechanical
chanical mechanical engineers, metallurgists, metallurgical engi engineers,
neers, engineers, electrical engineers, civil engineers, business
majors, liberal arts majors and MBAs.

Try your impatience. Interview...
CHEMICALS AND COATINGS PLASTICS ARCHITECTURAL AND CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS ENGINEERED PRODUCTS ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION

Page 11

Med Students Remedy
Personal Malnutrition

By BRENDA GEVERTZ
Alligator Staf* Writer
There are many baste prob problems
lems problems all of us are confronted
with at college, not the least of
which is getting to eat a few
decent meals. But, as American
Institutions has tried to remind
us, the means of solving these
problems is the big difference
among people. For three students
in the College of Medicine, their
solution proved to be unique.
Dave Klapper and Harry Asch,
graduate students in micro-biol micro-biology;
ogy; micro-biology; and Kevin Pranikoff, a first
year medical student, solved
their problem through the use of
a Gator Classified. The three
roommates wanted to find a girl
that could cook dinner for them
because their heavy schedules
left no time to prepare them.
Thirty-three coeds called
about the job, and the boys are
very pleased with their choice,
Leigh Wakefield, an education
major.

GATOR AD PAYS OFF

They were looking for someone
in a dorm who was tired of
campus food and who had a car.
Dave said, we were surprised
to find about two-thirds of the
girls calling lived in apart apartments.
ments. apartments. The cooks get no
money but do have free meals.
Dave doesnt have any favorite
foods, just something that can be
swallowed and held down for an

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Appointment through Placement Office.
GATOR ADS SELL!

Afraid you might get into something you wont like?
Its not likely at Koppers. We do all sorts of things with
plastics, wood, metal and chemicals. Koppers supplies
more than 270 products and services to some 40 indus industries.
tries. industries. Interview us.
Make an appointment at your Placement Office. And
write for our booklet, Koppers and the Impatient Grad Graduate.
uate. Graduate. It tells what Koppers does and why Koppers needs
impatient young people to help us do it. Write R. G.
Dingman, Koppers Company, Inc., Koppers Building,
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15219. Koppers has always been an equal
opportunity employer.

hour. As disappointing as it may
seem, all the boys can cook
fairly well, but just don't have
enough time to prepare meals
and clean up.
These boys are so pleased with
their response that they feel that
people will probably be adver advertising
tising advertising for cooks. Sounds like
one of those happy Seven-Eleven
success stories, doesnt it?



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i, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, January 25, 1968

Womens Role:
Its A Busy One
*5
By BILL DUNN
Alligator Staff Writer
Snickers and stares follow the pert coed as she takes her seat
in Aerospace Propulsion class. Unbelieving eyes wonder at the
girl taking mechanical engineering courses.
What on earth for? asks an astonished male undergraduate.
Does she think shes some kinda Coedipus or somethin?
Apparently those coeds who are taking such un-ladylike courses
at the University of Florida did not heed what social critic Max
Lerner emphasized in a freshman institutions course One
quality that women seem to lack, in a masculine culture like the
American, is staying power.
Women, more often than not have been accused of lacking any
real mechanical or technical genius. They are credited with view viewing
ing viewing college as a manhunt in which they comb fraternities, law
eges and medical centers for prospective grooms.
But history denies the myth about women. And specifically, pat patent
ent patent office records show that the female has held her own when it
comes to inventive prowess.
Even though an old law prohibited minors, women and prisoners
from seeking patents, there is a large list of inventions attributed
to females.
While many are naturally articles of dress, housewifery and
cookery, a startling number could be classified as very un-lady un-ladylike
like un-ladylike inventions.
Female brainpower has produced such delicate items as dredg dredging
ing dredging machines, locomotive wheels, steam generators and an auto automatic
matic automatic floor for elevator shafts.
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Women inventors are listed at the U.S. Patent Office for a device
which destroys vegetation on railways, an apparatus that raises
sunken vessels and one that makes paper bags.
The story goes that Eli Whitney had all but shucked his cotton
gin efforts when a Revolutionary War widow came to the rescue,
proposing wire teeth instead of the unsuccessful wooden ones which
Whitney had been using in his machine.
In 1845, the underwater telescope was invented by a Massachu Massachusetts
setts Massachusetts woman, Sara Mather.
The medical profession is thankful to womanhood for giving it
dentures and the walking crutch.
What would Christmas be like with no Christmas tree holders?
Or where would we be without piano stools, milk warmers and street
sweepers? Imagine no voting machines, hat holders or antiseptic
drinking cups. What chaos with no burglar alarms, fire escapes,
or life preservers?
And finally, where would modern dramatists be without the de device
vice device that produces raindrops on stage? 0
Thanks to inventive females we have all these commodities.
Lerner also said that, In a society tending to grow more mili militarized,
tarized, militarized, American women blunt the sharpness of this obsession
with arms and power.
The U.S. Patent Office might question that.
So, whats the big deal about the coed who studies Microelec Microelectronics
tronics Microelectronics and Thermodynamics?
After all, Necessity is the MOTHER of invention.
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Dress yourself up in Fluorescent
body paint 8 Different Colors
from
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The Circus also sells the new Beatle
Posters by Richard Avedon, not to mention
Incense & Burners, Flavored Cigarette
Papers, Haitian Seed Beads, India Print
Bedspreads, Bells, and -- exclusively in
Gainesville -- Batik Dresses by Carolyn
McWhorter.
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maybe it's because you're an
individual.

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Theres certain campus talk that claims
individuality is dead in the business world.
That big business is a big brother destroy destroying
ing destroying initiative.
But freedom of thought and action, when
backed with reason and convictions cour courage,
age, courage, will keep and nurture individuality
whatever the scene: in the arts, the sciences,
and in business.
Scoffers to the contrary, the red corpus corpuscles
cles corpuscles of individuality pay off. No mistake.
Encouraging individuality rather than
suppressing it is policy in a business like
Western Electpcwhere we make and pro provide

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happy with the status quo. Youll seek
ways to change it andwonderful feeling!
some of them will work.
Could be at Western Electric.



The Peace Corps, Director
Jack Vaughn said Saturday, plans
to use a new Language Satur Saturation
ation Saturation Technique it claims can
teach a Volunteer to speak a
foreign language in four weeks
nearly as well as many language
majors do after four years of
college.
The new method will step up
m already intensive language

Simple Formula
For Candidates

By JOHN PARKER
Alligator Staff Writer
First of all, Id like to say
how happy I am to be here at:
a) Broward b) Jennings c) Hume
d) left field of Yankee Stadium.
I think there are some: a)
important points b) vital issues
c) major decisions d) real crises
confronting: a) all of us here at
this university b) us as students
c) everyone on this campus d)
each and every one of us here
tonight.
I think that in the area of
Government: a) its time
for a change b) we need to get
rid of these petty politicos c)
something has to be done d) to
hell with it all.
What we are faced with is:
a) a huge bureaucracy b) a tre tremondous
mondous tremondous challenge c) communi communication
cation communication problem d) a hopeless sit situation.
uation. situation.
I am going to see to it that:
a) there is a phone in every
room b) Satan himself can speak
on this campus c) that rapist
is caught and rehabilitated d)
Pamme Brewer can visit this
campus any time she wants to
stark naked.
I plan to work very closely
with: a) Tigert Hall b) State
legislators c) Our Lord Jesus
Christ d) LBJ Himself.

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for Peace Corps service in 57
nations during 1968.
Strating this spring, all
trainees will be put through this
method dubbed LST for
short which calls for an
around the clock language
learning environment for the first
four weeks of their three-month

My main objective is: a) to
represent you, the student, to the
best of my ability b) to get in
there and get the job done c)
to do by best to do my duty to
God and my country d) to become
well-known and eventually run for
President.
Now I think you can easily
see the advantages of my quali qualifications
fications qualifications over: a) my opponents
b) my most worthy adversaries
c) the other gentlemen running
for this post d) those three clowns
sitting over there.
And in closing, Id like to just
say briefly: a) Think of me when
you get ready to pull that lever.
b) Have a heart on a hard-work hard-working
ing hard-working guy just trying to get ahead.
c) Remember those vital issues
about which I spoke earlier, d)
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training period.
Last month the U.S. Office of
Education said tests show that the
average American college stu student
dent student majoring in a foreign lan language
guage language can adequately read and
write after four years, but can
speak it with only a limited
working proficiency.
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We have found, said Vaughn,
that some Volunteers learn to
speak a new language in four
weeks as well as many of the
college language majors do after
four years.
And many more speak that
well after 12 weeks.
The Peace Corps has taught
more than 140 different lan languages,
guages, languages, believed to be more than
anybody else.
Some Volunteers have to learn
not only the official language of
the country say French in
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The Hart Rallye Team will
hold a fun rallye this Saturday
at the UF Law College parking
lot.
Any type of car may enter
provided it has a driver and a
navigator. Registration will take
place at 6 p.m. the first
car starts a 7.
For further information call
Les OBrien at 378*8260 after
5 p.m.

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former French colonies of
Africa, but also the tongue spoken
by the people with whom they
will work like Bobo, Twi
and Tumbuka.

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Now they will get at least three
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as 400 or 500 hours in 12 weeks.

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Whats With
The Orange League? HBS
Bob

The Orange League has been brainwashed.
Or at least Lambda Chi Alpha has.
In Intramural sports competition, the Orange
League, composed of the campus largest frater fraternities,
nities, fraternities, have failed to recognize the existence of the
smaller Blue League.
Like David before Goliath, the Big, Bad Orange
have snickered at an adversary, thinking it is one
not worthy.
Last Monday night, an Orange member, Lambda
Chi, ignored Blues Tau Kappa Epsilon. TKE won
the Blue Bowling championship on the alleys in
Reitz Union. TKE then asked Lambda Chi, Orange
champ, to play for the Super Bowl.
TKE said it would get free lanes, schedule the
head-to-head roll-off. All Lambda Chi would have
to do is show up. But no dice.
Are you kidding? said Lambda Chi manager
Budd Nelson.
They arent in the same class, weve got every everything
thing everything to lose and nothing to win, chimed Nelson.
They are good but were about four pins better
per game than they, said Nelson.
A quick check at the records revealed TKE,
in four bowling nights, had a total pinfall 147
better than Lambda Chi.
TKE also registered a 1,853 series, the highest
ever attained on Reitz lanes.
We (Orange League) got a good image as a
champion and why should we take a chance with
it? said Nelson.
And besides, its never been done before, added
Nelson.
Os course, the AFL never played the NFL for
the Super Bowl, until the NFL got enough guts
to take a chance and lose everything.
But you know, when I think about it, said Nelson,
we might accept their bid, except they have two
TKE bowlers who arent TKEs, said Nelson.
They hare two pledges who arent even pledges,
they dont pay any dues and never eat any meals

CaTs Athletes Might Boycott

By SCOTT BAILLIE
United Press International
BERKELEY, Calif. (UPI)
The University of California,
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upheaval today in athletics.
A group called the Black
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California said Tuesday it might

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boycott the schools athletic pro program
gram program unless basketball coach
Rene Herrerias and two assis assistant
tant assistant football coaches were fired.
On another front, 12 white
members of the varsity basket basketball
ball basketball team announced they would
quit the squad unless junior Bob
Presleythe star Negro center

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at the TKE house, said Nelson.
But the TKEs president, Hardy Pickard, says
differently.
Our pledges are paying dues and eating at the
house, said Pickard. We didnt pick anybody off
the street.
The Orange League usually has better teams
than the Blue in certain sports, said Pickard,
but we believe bowling isnt one of them.
All we want is a chance to play them said
TKE manager Bob Soulby, we arent asking any
favors.
But maybe Soulby should ask Lambda Chi one
favor, he should say something like:
Kind sirs, can you lower yourself from the
pedestal and come down to play us at our level.
Up til now, Lambda Chi, with Orange tradition,
has said no.
Owens r Doubtful For Alabama
Andy Owens, UFs second leading scorer and
rebounder, is listed as doubtful for Saturday
nights basketball game with Alabama.
Owens, averaging 16 points and 10 rebounds a
game, severely twisted his knee last Monday night
against Georgia. With a history of knee problems,
Owens chances as a full-time player is still in
doubt, according to assistant coach Dick Davis.
| X-rays were taken erf Owens knee Tuesday and
trainer Brady Greathouse said Owens may be able
to practice Thursday.
But Owens is still verydoubtful, said Davis.
Its a wait-and-see sitwrtlen.
Three other Gators were Injured along with Owens
Monday. Forward Gary McClroy and guards Dave
Miller and Boyd Welsch were slightly injured during
the Bulldog game.
All will be listed as healthy, said Davis, for
the Bama contest.

was placed back on the sus suspended
pended suspended list.
The Caucasian players repeat repeated
ed repeated their stand Tuesday night,
claiming in a prepared state statement
ment statement that the school adminis administration
tration administration had pressured Herrerias
into taking Presley off the sus suspended
pended suspended list for fear of racial
repercussions.

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scoring forwards Bobby Hull
and Stan Mikita of the Chicago
Black Hawks and young de defenseman
fenseman defenseman Bobby Orr of the
Boston Bruins were unanimous
choices on the mid-season
National Hockey League All-
Star team released today.
Mikita, a center, and left
winger Hull, who stand 1-2
in the scoring race, are the
only repeaters from last sea seasons
sons seasons final All-Star squad. Orr
was second-team selection last
year.
Gordie Howe of the Detroit
Red Wings, an All-Star nine
times, was a near-unanimous
choice for the right wing spot,
drawing 58 of a possible 60
points in the voting conducted
among the 12 league coaches.
Veteran goal tender Johnny
Bower and defenseman Tim
Horton, both of the Toronto
Maple Leafs, complete the first
team. Bower barely beat out a
long-time foe, Gump Worsleyof
the Montreal Canadiens, for
first-team honors with 26 points
to Worsleys 24, and Horton
drew 40 points.
Joining Worsley on the second
team are defensemen Pierre
Pilote of Chicago 31 points
Gary Bergman of Detroit 17,
center Mike Walton of Toronto
15, right wing John McKenzie
of Boston 23 and left wing
Johnny Bucyk, also of Boston
34.
The New York Rangers, were
the only established team to be
overlooked in the mid-season
balloting. None of the six ex expansion
pansion expansion clubs, which joined the
NHL this season, are represen represented
ted represented on the All-Star team.
The points accumulated in
each half-season poll will be
added together to produce the
official first and second All-
Star teams for 1967-68.
Falcons Trade
ATLANTA (UPI) The Atlan Atlanta
ta Atlanta Falcons announced Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday they have traded tight end
Billy Martin to the Minnesota
Vikings for defensive lineman
Jerry Shay.
Martin, 25, who was obtained
from Chicago in the National
Football League expansion draft,
was a starter most of the two
seasons he played for Atlanta.
He caught 44 passes for 512
yards and three touchdowns. He
was an All-America at Georgia
Tech and was Chicagos No. 2
draft choice.
Shay, a No. 1 draft choice for
the Vikings in 1966, spent his
first season in the NFL as a
reserve and was on the Minn Minnesota
esota Minnesota taxi squad last season be before
fore before being activated for the last
two games. The 23-year-old,
245-pounder was an All-America
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Greer Tunny As NBA All-Star

By DICK JOYCE
United Press Internationa!
NEW YORK (UPI) Hal Greer said he felt a little funny being
introduced before the National Basketball Associations All-Star
game.
There was little ol me standing out there with all those big
guys with big legs. Jerry West was laughing at me, Greer said.
After the East routed the West 144-124 in the 18th annual classic
at Madison Square Garden Tuesday night before the largest All Star
crowd in history, 18,422, no one was laughing at Greer, a spindly
6-foot, 2-ince backcourtman from the Philadelphia 76ers.
Hitting on seven of seven field goal attempts and 14 straight
points in the third quarter, he broke open the game and walked off
with the Most Valuable Player trophy.
Greer, who played five minutes in the first half, contributing one
field goal, sat out the fourth period as John Havlicek and the rest
of the star-studded East squad turned the game into a rout.
Havlicek led the East with 26 points compared to Greers 21,

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but the 76ers' star was an overwhelming choice as MVP in a poll of
sportswriters.
Havlicek and Oscar Robertson, of the Cincinnati Royals, combined
for 25 points as the East jumped to a 64-59 halftime advantage
while Los Angeles Laker teammates Elgin Baylor and Jerry West
kept Coach Bill Sharmans club within reach.
Then in the third period, East Coach Alex Hannum sat down Dave
Ring, the league's No. 1 scorer from the Detroit Pistons, and started
Greer with Robertson in the Easts backcourt. With West hitting
jumpers, the Western stars bounced back and went ahead 73-71 and
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Greer made a pair of free throws to tie the game at 75, then hit
his 14 points in a row, capping it with a three-point play to give the
East an 87-79 advantage.
The East boosted its lead to 101-91 after three quarters and,
paced by Jerry Lucas and Havlicek, poured it on in the final period.
Baylor topped the West with 22 points and his Laker teammates,
Archie Clark and West, had 17 each.

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