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Vol. 60 No. 76

Dean Wiles,
Professor Die
In Accident
By BILL DUNN
Alligator Staff Writer
Dr. Kimball Wiles, dean of the
UF College of Education, and Dr.
Charles G. Wood, Jr., a UF/
assistant professor,
in an auto wreck late Thursday
night.
Funeral services for Wiles
were held Saturday at the Univer University
sity University Methodist Church.
Services for Wood will be held
this morning at 11 a.m. in the
Johnson-Hayes Funeral Chapel in
Gainesville.
Wiles was returning from a
speaking engagement in Bucks
County, Pa., when his plane was
unable to land in Jacksonville
due to thick fog. Landing in
Tampa, Wiles met Wood and
left in a rented car for Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville.
Police said the car collided
head-on with a truck while trying
to pass on an overpass a few
miles north of Tampa.
Both men were killed instantly,
police reported.
A spokesman from the College
of Education said that news of
the tragedy swept through the
corridors of Norman Hall Friday
leaving faculty and students
shocked.
President Stephen C. OConnell
immediately reflected, These
men were vital, contributing
members of the university and
it will be most difficult to re replace
place replace them. In fact, it will be
impossible to replace them in
the hearts and minds of those
who had the privilege of working
with them and knowing them well.
Wiles joined the staff oftheUF
18 years ago. He later served
as chairman of the Secondary
Education Department, Chairman
of the Division of Curriculum and
Instruction, and assistant dean
K W
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WILES
before becoming dean of the col college.
lege. college.
He was 54.
The Ohio-born dean had been
on the faculty of New York Uni University,
versity, University, Ohio State University
and the University of Alabama
before coming to UF. He was
listed in Whos Who in Amer America
ica America as the author of three books:
Supervision For Better
Schools, and The Changing
Schools, Teaching For Better
(SEE WILES rAGE 2)

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Folk-singing trio Peter, Paul and Mary
won standing ovations from a capacity crowd
in Florida Gym Saturday night for such old
favorites as Blowing in the Wind.*
BY UF INFIRMARY

Meningitis Case Reported

By ARLENE CAPLAN
Alligator Staff Writer
A UF student from Yon Hall
is being treated for spinal men meningitis,
ingitis, meningitis, and precautions have been
taken to prevent an epidemic,
the Alligator learned Sunday.
Spinal Meningitis is a some sometimes
times sometimes fatal disease caused by
bacteria.
Dr. Wilmer J. Coggins, direc director
tor director of student health, said that
five patients with meningitis have
recently been treated at theUFs
Shands Teaching Hospital. The
cases were reported in areas
north and west of Gainesville.
We have investigated extens extensively
ively extensively both on campus and in sur surrounding
rounding surrounding communities and are
keeping close check on the di disease,
sease, disease, Coggins said.
The infirmary director stress stressed
ed stressed there was no need for panic
and that his greatest fear was
the fear of an epidemic caused
by rumors.
Coggins said there really isnt
a great risk of an epidemic and
that preventative medication has
been given to those people who
had close contact with the UF
student.
Medical authorities declined to
identify the student, but a stud student
ent student leader tentatively identified
the patient as Jeffrey Erichson,
3AS. Erichsons father later con confirmed
firmed confirmed that his son was taken
to the infirmary last Tuesday
night and transfered to J. Hil Hillis
lis Hillis Miller Medical Center Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday to be treated for men meningitis.
ingitis. meningitis.

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

Coggins expressed concern a about
bout about finding more students af afflicted
flicted afflicted with meningitis and added
that the danger period will be
over within the next few days.
Symptoms of the disease are
similar to flu symptoms, an

JonesOpen Hearing
Request Turned Down
By BILL DUNN
Alligator Staff Writer
A special subcommittee of the Faculty Senate Academic Freedom
and Tenure Committee has moved that the petition of Dr. Marshall
Jones for an open trial be denied, the Alligator learned Sunday.
The subcommittee found that Jones petition for an open hearing
fails to allege sufficient facts to constitute a proper basis for the
conclusions of the petitioner that his academic freedom was vio violated
lated violated in his denial of tenure.
The subcommittees recommendation goes to the full commit committee
tee committee for consideration. It is not known when the committee next
meets.
Jones asked for a public hearing after UF President Stephen C.
OConnell had refused to reconsider former President J. Wayne
Reitz decision to dismiss Jones.
The subcommittee further concluded that Jones was duly ac accorded
corded accorded due process of law and that the bases for the decision
of President Reitz to deny tenure were good, proper and sufficient.
Tenure of a faculty member is a privilege and not a vested right
to be claimed by such a member merely by virtue of his prior
employment, said the motion.
The subcommittee affirmed that Jones advocated and exercised
continued opposition and rebellion on the part of the faculty and stu students
dents students of the UF.
No specific acts were cited by the motion.
In the 15-item motion, the subcommittee noted that certain of
Jones statements to advocate, subvert and incite overt rebellion
is not a proper and lawful function and activity of a faculty member .
(SEE PETITION PAGE 2)

IN NEW ELECTION

3 Candidates
Still In Race

By JANICE FORSBERG
Alligator Staff Writer
Three of the four original can candidates
didates candidates for student body president
Clyde Taylor, Bill Mcride and
Rich Houkwill run in the new
election Thursday.
Individual party candidate Ira
Brukner has decided not to run
again.
United-First party candidate
Taylor said his party is ready
to go. Weve run a positive
campaign all the way, and well
run it that way until the end.
We feel that lack of voter
turnout is the reason we lost be before.
fore. before. We hope the new election
will change this, Taylor said.
Taylor denied rumors that his
party was attempting to persuade
fraternities in the opposition par party
ty party to re-affiliate with United-
First.
My party was never con concerned
cerned concerned with playing the game
of jumping. We have no intentions
of trying to get people to vote for
us by offering them goodies,
he commented.
The only thing were asking
of the students is to get out and
vote, Taylor added.
Forward pary candidate Mc-
Bride said that his campaign this
week will be a personal one,
since his party has run out of
money.
Were going to talk to as

achy feeling, a fever and possib possibly
ly possibly a sore throat lasting from 18
to 24 hours, said Coggins.
Secondary symptoms are
a severe headache, high fever and
mental confusion, the director
explained.

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UF World Leader
In Mononucleosis
See Page 3

Monday, February 5, 1968

many people as we and
to those we didnt have an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to talk to before, said
Mcride.
No ones jumping from our
party, Mcride said. Our
party is as strong or stronger
than ever.
Contrived pary candidate Hbuk
could not be reached for comment
by press time. But Secretary
of Interior Joe Hilliard said Hbuk
had his name put on the elec election
tion election ballot.
Brukner said he wouldnt run
again because, I have my stud studies
ies studies to worry about, and Ive
already made enough of a fool
out of the campus.
He said the closeness of the
election showed there was no dif difference
ference difference between "tweedly-dee
and tweedly-dum. And that was
the whole purpose of my cam campaign,
paign, campaign, he added.
It accentuated (his campaign)
the rinky-dinkiness of the elec elections
tions elections and of certain actors in
it, concluded Brukner.
Mcride Hits
Court Ruling
See Related Story,
Page Two
Forward party presidential
candidate Bill Mcride charged
Sunday that Honor Court Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor Bob Hughes used Star
Chamber tactics in refusing to
reveal testimony of last weeks
election violation hearings.
In a prepared statement, Mc-
Bride requested that Hughes al allow
low allow transcripts of the hearing
be made available to the stud students.
ents. students.
Hughes claimed, however, that
his decision to keep the hearings
secret was in the best inter interests
ests interests of the student body.
And United- First party leaders
called Mcrides request a pol political
itical political move.
I believe that in the best
interests of the student body,
Mcride said, the transcripts
of the Honor Court hearings
should be made available to the
students and the student news newspaper.
paper. newspaper.
The students have yet to re receive
ceive receive from Bob Hughes any spec specific
ific specific reasons for his ruling that
a new election be held, Mc-
Bride claimed. Hughes insists
that the hearings and the rea reasons
sons reasons for his decision be kept sec secret.
ret. secret. This approach is detrimen detrimental
tal detrimental to the well-being of the stud student
ent student body and has strong connota connotations
tions connotations of the old Star Chamber,
Mcride charged.
But Honor Court Chancellor
Bob Hughes denied Mcrides
claims.
The students have decided
through the Legislative Councils
decision to give the Honor Court
the power to overturn an elec election,
tion, election, he said.
It is in the best interests of
(SEE PUBLIC PAGE 2)



Page 2

, The Florida Alligator, Monday, February 5, 1968

| --CHANCELLOR SAYS*|
(Election Violations!
JPrompted Decision!
By HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Managing Editor
Honor Court Chancellor Robert Hughes said Sunday his
reason for calling a new election for student body presi president
dent president is that there were irresponsible actions by individ- ||
uals in the Jan. 25 general election.
Hughes stressed there were no organized irresponsible
actions.
The decision marked the first time in UF history that
the court has overturned an election.
It was not the fault of either party,* Hughes said. He
added Im walking an awful thin tightrope.*
I want to make certain that as far as Im concerned
If the ordering of the new election is not the fault of either
party or both parties taken together or the fault of either
candidate, the politically unaffiliated chancellor said.
The election was thrown out in part, but not in whole,
because of the election officials, he continued. §:
Hughes said three general considerations entered into his
decision to void the previous election:
ill performance of duties by some officials connected
with the election;
electioneering in the areas prohibited by statute;
and irregularities on the part of individual voters.
Saying this was the first time a presidential election
has ever been protested on this grand a scale, Hughes
noted that these three categories were not all inclusive rea reasons
sons reasons for overturning the election.
United-First party filed a protest and they filed it as
H required by statute. But, heres the thing. Necessarily
what the decision was based on was not the fault of either
party or either candidate.
I say that, one; because it is true and, two; because it
has to be that way not to prejudice the next election,* Hughes
|| stated.
Hughes, showing signs of fatigue, said he has high hopes
for the new election to be held Thursday.
The next election will be an impartial, fair and just
election. I have every faith that it will be a good one. No
matter who wins, the student body will consolidate behind
their new president and consolidate for a better Student
Government and UF.
Hughes also sternly noted that in the coming elections
persons indulging in irregularities will be dealt with by the
Student Election Board.

Petition Denied

consistent with academic responsibility . appropriate restraint
and good judgment."
Jones was denied tenure last summer because of an article which
appeared in The Educational Forum.
Jones said that the faculty and interested people should know the
facts of why he has been denied tenure and that "no one will know
these facts unless the hearing Is open."
About 15 members of the Tenure for Jones Committee protested
Saturday the closed meeting of the subcommittee considering the
denial.
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the students and for' the most
impartial and just election, that
the hearings remain in con-

Wiles, Wood Killed

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Curriculum of the American High
School.
He co-authored six other publi publications.
cations. publications.
Wiles talents and knowledge
were in demand by the 41 states
for which he was a consultant
on educational matters.
The respected Dean of Edu Education,
cation, Education, a member of Phi Beta
Kappa honorary fraternity, was
also an outspoken critic of the
budgetary problems that faced
the university and his college in
particular.
Surviving him are his wife,
Hilda; sons, David and Jon and
daughters, Wendy and Kim.
Wood came to the UF in 1966
as a school psychologist at the
P. K. Yonge Laboratory School.
He was an assjstant professor
Decision
Expected
The successor to College
of Education Dean Kimball
Wiles will probably be named
by a faculty advisory com committee
mittee committee headed by UF Pres President
ident President Stephen C. OConnell.
Assistant Dean Bert L.
Sharp said the committee will
meet to fill the positions held
by Wiles and Assistant Prof Professor
essor Professor Charles Wood, who died
in an automobile accident late
Thursday night.
Robert B. Mautz, vice pres president
ident president for academic affairs,
said the positions may be fil filled
led filled today.

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fidence, Hughes contended.
United-First party leader Greg
Johnson called Mcrides state statement
ment statement a political move.
As soon as the hearings start started,
ed, started, Johnson said his party re requested
quested requested they be open, since none

in the Department of Personnel
Services at the beginning of this
year.
Wood received his bachelors,
masters and doctorate degrees
at Florida State University, and
served in the Air Force from
1955-58.
A specialist in childrens
learning disabilities, Wood was
co-author of two articles entitled
The Effects of Induced Muscu Muscular
lar Muscular Tension on Performance
and Thelnverted U-Function.
Wood was a member of the
University of Virginia Medical
Schools Department of Pedia Pediatrics
trics Pediatrics and Division of General
Studies prior to coming to the
UF.
Surviving him are his parents,
a brother and a sister. Wood
was born in Cincinnati. He
was 33.

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of the violations were against
us.
The council of Forward party
didn't want them open. Now
they re trying to impune the honor
of the court, after the fact,
said Johnson.
The Chancellor ruled the
hearings closed so as not to pre prejudice
judice prejudice the election. He wanted
them completely impartial, so
that if the election were inval invalidated,
idated, invalidated, neither party would be
hurt, he continued.
Rob Blue, a Forward party
spokesman, said, In fairness
to both sides, the hearings
should be opened. If theyre not
opened, it will prejudice the is issue.
sue. issue.
The Honor Court made a mis mistake,
take, mistake, Blue contended. Its the
first time the court has ever
taken jurisdiction in this way.
Absentee
Ballots
Absentee ballots for Thurs Thursdays
days Thursdays presidential election may
be obtained in Student Govern Government
ment Government offices. They must be re returned
turned returned to Honor Court by 12 p.m.
Wednesday night.



" IN GAINESVILLES NEGRO DISTRICT==
- ...... j~~
'Men Are Dissatisfied

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the third in a series
on life in Gainesville's Negro district.)
By 808 MORAN
Alligator Staff Writer
There is much dissatisfaction among the men in
the Gainesville Negro ghetto.
Surprisingly, there was respect for the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Police Department. At times groups of young
men (late 20*s and 30*s) would wave to a passing
police car. "Nice cop, someone would say.
This was not a universal respect, however. One
police officer in particular was pointed out on
several occassions as "a real bastard.*
About half the men were willing to talk about
UFS NEIGHBOR:
f
THE BLACK GHETTO
problems in the ghetto. Some were in favor of
violence to bring about a solution. Some were
neutral, others were against it, but only a couple
said they would try to either stop or prevent one.
The most often voiced complaint was with the
Gainesville City Commission. Some men went as
far as to say the commission was anti-Negro. But
most thought the commission just didnt care.
There was considerable dissatisfaction with the

UF Is Tops In Mono Cases

By D. D. DINS MORE
Alligator Correspondent
The Florida Gators are leading
the nation, in fact, the world
in mono.
According to the Communi Communicable
cable Communicable Disease Center in Atlanta,
Ga., Gainesville records the
highest incidence of infectious
mononucleosis in the world.
Dr. Ewen M. Clark of the UF
infirmary reports that the ap approximately
proximately approximately 400 cases of mono mononucleosis
nucleosis mononucleosis recorded at the infir infirmary
mary infirmary each year (about two per
cent of the student body) is five
or six times the rate in most of
the U.S.
Early February marks the peak
of the mono season here with
a noticeable rise starting in the
late weeks of December.
Maybe one in 500 students
would be so sick with mono that
he'd have to drop out of school,
said Clark, and now weve got gotten
ten gotten to the point where we can
have most patients returning to
classes in just 56 hours.
No one really knows the na nalure

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lure nalure of the virus, but the popu popular
lar popular conception of its severity
and duration exceeds the actual
clinical pattern.
Although its never been iso isolated,
lated, isolated, mono is apparently a virus
which attacks the lymphatic sys system.
tem. system. Its symptoms are a severe
sore throat, headaches, and a
fever which lasts a matter of
weeks, and on rare occasions,
intermittently for months.

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Bi-Racial Committee. They said the committee
was composed of Negroes appointed by the City
Commission. They said these blacks were not
representative of the ghetto.
A former member of the committee thought
it should be all black with members coming from
the ghetto and including some of the young mili militants.
tants. militants.
He said the blacks on the committee valued
their white friends too muc|i to bring out the com complaints
plaints complaints of the people. Even if the members, he
went on, wanted to help the ghetto, they couldnt.
He said they were out of touch.
Hated more than anything else in the ghetto
was a furniture store. The men said the prices
were too high, the furniture shoddy and the store
had its nose in places where it didnt belong; such
as the white owners being the slum lords of this
place.
The UF was attacked repeatedly. According to
the men, UF has ignored the Civil Rights Bills.
They said it was paying wages well below the
minimum.
Men who worked at UF were quite excited about
union organizers on campus. They said they needed
more money so they could educate their children
and get them out of the ghetto.
Restaurants and bars on University Avenue and
on 13th Street were another beef. The men com complained
plained complained in some places they were refused service
and in others made to feel so uncomfortable they
were glad to leave.
Most of the men making these complaints were
over 25. For the most part they were not advocating
violence, but they would not oppose it if it came.
Some even thought it was justified.
But there is another group of males in the
ghetto, the young, who want something done, now.

Mono was discovered in 1924
when it was known as Pfeiffers
disease. Since that time the
clinical course of the disease
has never been defined or
changed.
Although mononucleosis is at attributed
tributed attributed to sexual contact by
m embers of the adolescent world,
who it hits most, the disease
is not begun through this con contact
tact contact but easily spread by it.

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1, Tbe Florida Alligator, Monday, February 5, 1968

UF Has An
'Old Faithful'
The UF*s answer to Old Faith Faithful
ful Faithful has taken the form of a new
boiler installed by the Physical
Plant Division.
The boiler, which has resi resident
dent resident hall students boiling, has
a knack for blowing its stack
when an excess amount of steam
is used.
Students who live in Hume Hall
and surrounding dorms suffer the
most. Without warning Thar
she blows, New Faithful takes
away sleep, study time, and
voices since students have to
yell to talk.
The noise from the boiler is
similar to a NASA rocket at
take-off. The whooshing of steam,
especially at 3 a.m. has had stu students
dents students convinced their dorm was
ready to journey to outer space.
The all-encompassing sound
disrupts classes. Students cant
hear professors, and the supply
of aspirin is dwindling.
According to one member of
the boiler room staff, the new
boiler is a steam generator type
that is on a trial run. The rea reason
son reason for the noise is the release
of steam.
However, the man said, With
the coming of more cold weather,
more steam will be used and
there will be less noise.
Union Closes
Arredondo
The Arredondo Room is clos closing.
ing. closing.
Located on the fourth floor of
the Reitz Union, UFs most ex exclusive
clusive exclusive dining area has incurred
a $7,000 loss since it opened
seven months ago, so the Union
Board of Managers voted last
week to close it.
Somehow well be able to put
the room back into operation,
said Union Director William E.
Rion, but I dont know when or
how.
Proposals for putting the room
back into use include forming a
faculty diners club and opening
the room to private parties.

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Chancellor Pick
Expected Today
By JANIE GOULD
Alligator Staff Writer
A three-member regents selection committee will probably nomi nominate
nate nominate a new chancellor today at the boards meeting in Tallahassee,
according to the St. Petersburg Times.
The two leading contenders for the chancellorship are Univer University
sity University of West Florida (UWF) President Harold Crosby %nd UF Vice-
President for Academic Affairs Robert B. Mautz.
However, an out-of-state educator is also being considered for
the job. Sources refused to divulge any names.
Regent Henry Kramer of Jacksonville heads the selection com committee.
mittee. committee.
Other sources are saying Gov. Claude Kirk is putting Charles
Perry, his education aide, into position to replace Crosby as presi president
dent president of UWF if Crosby gets the chancellor post.
There were suggestions made that one group would be assured
of votes if they would appoint Perry president, said legislative
sources close to higher education.
Perry flatly denied those reports Saturday, after conceding earlier
hed be interested in the university post if it was offered.
According to a reliable source, Kirk offered the votes of three
regents for Crosby if Perry was picked for the UWF presidency.
Regents D. Burke Kibler 111, Mrs. Margaret Behringer, and Louis
C. Murray were named, but they denied any knowledge of the re reported
ported reported vote-swapping.
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Contest Deadline Extended!

Aspirants to this years Miss
University of Florida contest may
still apply today. The deadline
was extended to allow freshmen
women to enter the pageant.
This years pageant will boast
the greatest array of prizes in
its history. The winner will re receive
ceive receive a S4OO wardrobe from Maas
Brothers, a scholarship from the
Inter-Fraternity Council totaling

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The first orientation for the
contestants will be tonight at
8 oclock in the Reitz Union.
The only requirements are that
the girl be sponsored by a re recognized
cognized recognized organization and that
she have a 2.0 overall average.



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Monday, February 5, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

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The Florida Alligator, Monday, February 5, 1968

The
Florida Alligator
ifiySpH Let The People Know
ISfat Edltor
Harvey Alper Harold Kennedy
Managing Editor Executive Editor
Harold Aldrich Boh Padecky
News Editor Sports Editor
Urn Florida Alligator's official position on Issues Is expressed
only In the columns below. Other material In this Issue may
reflect the opinion of the writer or cartoonist and not necessarily
that of the Florida Alligator unless specifically Indicated.

Honor Court Decision:
Profile In Courage

The students of this
university were privileged
to witness a true profile
in courage last week.
Honor Court Chancellor
Bob Hughes ignored politi political
cal political innuendoes and per personal
sonal personal threats when he de decided
cided decided to overturn the presi presidential
dential presidential election because of
prejudicial irregularit irregularities.
ies. irregularities.
The pressure was
squarely on Hughes*
shoulders. No election had
ever before been invali invalidated
dated invalidated by the Honor Court,
despite gross, proven vio violations
lations violations of both election laws
and common morality. But
Hughes could not in good
conscience allow the elect election
ion election to stand.
He followed the bidding
of his conscience. But it
took genuine courage to do
so.
Hughes is a Kappa Alpha,
one of the traditionally
strong fraternities in cam campus
pus campus politics. The KAs are
solidly behind ATO Bill
Mcride. Hughes could

Great Leader Passes

When an automobile ac accident
cident accident near Tampa snuffed
out the life of Dean of the
College of Education Dr,
Kimball Wiles Thursday
night the UF lost a great
leader.
Typically, at the time of
his death, Dean Wiles was
returning from an edu educational
cational educational consulting trip to
Pennsylvania.
Dean Wiles joined the UF
faculty in 1950 and in the
18 years since then he
brought honor and prestige
to this university through
his progressive leader leadership,
ship, leadership, his ability as a
teacher and his scholar scholarship.
ship. scholarship.
The College of Edu Education,
cation, Education, now beset with fin financial
ancial financial problems as are
many other UF colleges,
has grown steadily since he
became dean in June 1964.
It is with regret for our
university and compassion
for Dean Wiles wife and

have been swayed by loyal loyalty
ty loyalty to his fraternity and its
candidate, who had won the
He wasnt.
Hughes made a decision
which has no legal prece precedence
dence precedence at the UF. He could
very easily have validated
the election, passing the
responsibility for invali invalidating
dating invalidating the election to the
United First party
dominated Legislative
Council.
He didnt. r
Hughes could have been
influenced by the numerous
threats, both subtle and ob obvious,
vious, obvious, he received.
He wasnt.
In short, Bob Hughes
could have followed the
time worn tradition of
playing UFs unique form of
filth called politics.
He didnt.
And today the political
air on this campus smells
a little more pure because
of Hughes courage.
The students of this
university awe Mr. Hughes
a debt of gratitude.

children that we sadly note
his passing.
Surely his work will live
long after him. We at the
UF will remember what
Dean Wiles did for us and
our school.
Strange Bedfellows
The Space Committee of
the Union Board of Man Managers
agers Managers acted wisely Thurs Thursday
day Thursday when it recommended
that Omicron Delta Kappa
(ODK) and Teacher Evalu Evaluation
ation Evaluation be given use of an
office on the Reitz Unions
third floor.
The Space Committees
recommendation was a
masterpiece of com compromise
promise compromise which will allow
Florida Blue Key, Accent,
Teacher Evaluation' and
ODK to have office room
when they s need it during
the next year -- on a ro rotation
tation rotation system.
We think the Space Com Committee
mittee Committee acted judiciously
and well.

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Life In Little Hall |^P
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The little thoughts that come to a person:
* *
Little Hall is where they have prog grades
from two months back on the bulletin
boards.
***
Little Hall is where you lean over the
ledge on the second floor with the urge
to spit on those walking underneath.
* *
Little Hall is where it takes years to find
the teachers office that you are looking
for on the fourth floor.
***
Little Hall is where you usually have to
go after being in class in the ROTC build building.
ing. building.
i ...
Little Hail is where the door squeaks
very loudly when you walk in late to class.
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kkk
Little Hall is where the elevator has to
stop at every other floor before it gets
to you.
* *
Little Hail is where the mens bathroom
on the first floor is full of wall witties.
***
Little Hall is where you try not to look
conspicuous while looking at yourself in the
mirrors.
kkk V
Little Hall is where a bell two feet above
your head rings when youre least expect expecting
ing expecting it.

BY LEWIS ROTHLEIN

Little Hall is finding that your knee will
not fit through the spaces on the ledge
of the second floor.
***
Little Hall is where only the privileged
few know where the stairway between the
third and fourth floor lies.
***
Little Hail is not being able to rock in
your seats.
kkk
Little Hall is where its impossible to have
a book on your desk and be taking notes
at the same time.
i kkk
Little Hall is GCB to most sophomores
and elders.
**
Little Hall is looking for a pencil sharpener.
***
Little Hall is wondering whats on the east
side of the third floor?
"k kk o
Little Hall is liked less by members of
Graham and Hume Halls, than anyone else.
**
Litte Hall is probably named so because
of the width of its stairways.
kkk
And so on, Ad Infinitum.
kkk
Little Hall is many things.
Not to mention the many, many, things
Little Hall isnt.
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The Little thoughts that come to a person.



OPEN FORUM:
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There is no hope for the complacent man.

Hes Upset Over
Alligator Editorial

MR. EDITOR:
Until now I have refused to
lower myself to your level of
bias, half-truths, and rumor
spreading. I shall so continue
IA Radio Station?
MR. EDITOR:
WRUF-FM has a unique re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility to its Gainesville
listeners. Since it is the only
FM stereo station within range,
it should attempt to broadcast
decent listening fare with some
measure of professionalism,
rather than its usual insipid of offerings
ferings offerings and inane bungling. For
the most part, the music chosen
sounds like a review of the great
hits of the 40s or 50s. Either
the station plays original re releases
leases releases of its nostalgic music or
it takes terrible care of its
records.
WRUF really outdid itself,
however, Monday, January 29,
around 11:30. The station was
playing some oldie-goldie
circa Guy Lombardo and Tommy
Dorsey when the needle hit a
scratch and the music began to
repeat. In disbelief a radio sta station
tion station could be so poor, I stopped
studying to count the repeats. I
reached sixty-five before some
unknown savior lifted the turn turntable
table turntable arm and moved it to another
spot on the record.
Presently, the station's motto
seems to be a flub a minute
with WRUF.
(MISS) LINDA MIKLOWITZ

A New Concept In
An Expanding
News Service ...
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Summary
i.
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tfear Dennis Watson every day with a five fiveminute
minute fiveminute summary of news of interest to the
University Community as prepared by the
editors and staff of The Florida Alligator

and for the time being content
myself with answering a few of
your unfounded and completely
untrue allegations which ap appeared
peared appeared in your editorial of 1 Feb.
The purpose of your editorial
was (1) to inform the student
body of your position regarding
the failure of the Autonomy Bill
veto to the over-ridden, and (2)
to serve notice to Forward Party
that you will continue to de every everything
thing everything in your power to keep them
out of office.
I voted against overriding the
veto because I feel that your
paper under your editorship has
regressed to a new low. You
lack any form of journalistic in integrity
tegrity integrity or responsibility.
I was not directed to vote any
way. If you will check the re recorede
corede recorede vote, Charles Harris,
chairman of Forward Party,
boted for autonomy.
** . but in the newspaper
business no such rules govern
the game. What rules do govern
the game???? Its your paper and
we play by your rules.
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A LOCK-IN
MR. EDITOR:
Is the Marketing Department
run by a group of frustrated night
watchmen? Or are they just try trying
ing trying to set a new standard for
ridiculous feats?
I ask this because today a
number of students, Including
myself, were locked out of the
Marketing 331 lecutre. An in instructor
structor instructor explained to me that this
was standard procedure, since
the lecture is held in an aud auditorium,
itorium, auditorium, and late comers would
interrupt the class.
If it works here, maybe Tigert
Hall will want to use the idea
for late registrants.
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ConTORCHIAns
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MUST SELL: 9 mo. old AC-DC
portable tape recorder, 5 reel
cap., 2-speeds, mike, $65.00.
Also, 135 mm f 2.8 pre-set tele
with pentax mount, $25.00. Call
378-2381, Ext. 402. (A-75-3t-p)
MOBILE HOME, 10 x 55% 2
bedrooms, 1 extra large. 1 1/2
baths. $2,800.00. Pinehurst Park,
Lot 79. Call 376-5855. (A-75-
st-p)
MAG WHEELS nearly 1/2 cost
at SIOO.OO. Fits chevys, GTOs,
Firebirds. HONDA 150, mechani mechanically
cally mechanically excellent. Only 3,500 miles.
$270.00. 378-5823. (A-72-st-p)
BASENJI PUPPIES, trained,
shots, wormed, ready to go out
looking for a home, AKC, cham champion
pion champion background, reasonable
rates. Ph: 376-4103. (A-67-10t-
MUST SELL: 23 Sylvania Con Console
sole Console TV. Black and white. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. SBO.OO. Call
376-6960. (A-74-3t-c)
35mm Fully automatic slide pro projector
jector projector with 6 slide trays and
hundreds of metal 2x2 slide
frames. $50.00. 378-7167, even evenings.
ings. evenings. (A-74- st-p)
FOR SALE: 4 Keystone mags,
1 month old, 14 inch, Taken off
Mustang 378-4440, 8:00 to 5:00.
After 5:00 call 376-6174. (A-74-
5t- c)
ATTENTION Fraternities: A set
of adjustable parallel bars for
your house. $60.00. Call 376-
0522. (A-76-lt-p)
SOLID STATE STEREO. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. Walnut. Garrard
table. $75.00 or best offer.
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SSO each complete. 1 base an antenna,
tenna, antenna, S2O. Call 376-2531 days,
372-0227 nights. (A-74-10t-c)
STUDENT CONCESSION for sale.
Considerable earning potential.
$300.00 cash required. Call 378-
8867 or 376-3261 Ext. 2412 after
7:00 p.m. (A-76-st-p)
1965 HONDA 50. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. New tire. If you have
already seen this, take it for a
test ride. SIOO.OO. Call 376-0942.
(A-76- st-p)
SEARS SPYDER. Five speed bi bicycle
cycle bicycle with baskets. See at Summit
House. Apt. K-22 or call Bill,
372-5762. (A-76- 3t-p)
BASENJI PUPS. AKC reg. Ideal
apt. pet. No odor, no shedding,
no barking. Wormed and shots.
SIOO. Call 472-2408 after 5. (A (A---
--- (A--- st-p)
for rent |
LARGE 2-bedroom apartmentior
rent. Ideal for 3 students. SIIO.OO
a month, all utilities included.
Phone 376-8314 after 5:00. (B (B---68-st-p)
--68-st-p) (B---68-st-p)
NOT SETTLED YET? Rioms
walking distance from campus.
CH and AC. Phone 378-8122 after
5:30 p.m. (B-68-9t-p)
MODERN, 1 bedroom furnished
apartment for rent. AC, 4 blocks
to campus. Available Feb. Ist.
Call 378-8369 after 5:00, $105.00
month. (B-74-3t-p)

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1 for rent j
FOR RENT: Small comfortable
house in Micanopy. $50.00 a
month. Phone: 466-3146 after
5:30 p.m. or Sat. and Sun. (B (B---
--- (B--- 3t-p)
THE CENTER OF ACTIVITY.
Live life a little better. Live
at University Gardens. We have
more than the others. 376-6702.
708 SW 16th Ave. (B-76-st-p)
SUBLET u-shaped modern apart apartment;
ment; apartment; 2 patios with sliding glass
doors; AC, carpeted livingroom
and bedroom; lots of room. 3
blocks from campus. Only $lO5
per mo. Call 378-7380. (B-76-
3t -p) ~
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT. Pri Private
vate Private offices 2 blocks east of
campus in Security office Build Building.
ing. Building. 1105 W. University Ave.
Modern and AC. $60.00 per month
including utilities. Call Ernest
Tew Realty, Inc., 376-6461. (B (B---
--- (B--- lOt-c)
wanted
NEED THIRD man for 3 bedroom
house. Comfortable, convenient,
private, 5 blocks from campus.
Immediate or beginning Term IH.
Call 378-6339. 1613 NW sth Ave.
(C-73- st-p)
ROOMMATES WANTED. Male or
Female. Check with office of
University Gardens. 376-6720.
708 SW 16th Ave. (C-76-st-c)
MALE ROOMMATE to share 1-
bedroom apartment 5 min. from
health center. Excellent for
study, AC. $40.00 month, No util utilities.
ities. utilities. Call Bruce. 378-8537. (C (C---76-st-p)
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ROOMMATE NEEDED for next
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ities, utilities, and security deposit
already paid for. Call 378-3044.
(C-76-10t-p)
WANTED: 1 female room mate for
La Fontana Apt. 207 NW 17th
St. Inquire from 5-8 p.m. at
Apt. 304. (C-74-3t-p)
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---
--- (C--- st-p)
MALE ROOMMATE wanted to
share attractive Apt. with three
easy-to-get-along-with students.
Call 376-7097. 718 207 SWl6th
Ave. (C-74-3t-p)
TWO SENIOR LAW school stu students
dents students want an attractive coed to
plan and prepare meals four'
nights a week. Call 372-6950. (C (C---7
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WANTED: 1 female roommate
to share 1 bedroom apartment
at Univ. Gardens for February
or Third Quarter. Call 372-7247.
(C-72- st-p)
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sublet one bedroom apartment.
University Gardens. Lease runs
through June finals. Call Rick or
Russ. 378-5457. (C-75-3t-p)
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9421. Will accept full responsa responsability.
bility. responsability. (C-75-3t-p)
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Modern 1 bedroom apt. near cam campus.
pus. campus. $50.00. Call 378-5369. (C (C---
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Game Rooms Business
Not Hurt By Quarter

Quarter system pressure ap apparently
parently apparently hasn't adversely af affected
fected affected student interest in the
Reitz Union games area as busi business
ness business is better than ever.
January was the biggest
month for bowling since the union
opened in June, Union Recrea Recreation
tion Recreation Supervisor Ervin Meethsaid
Wednesday.
Tournaments, intramurals,
leagues and physical education

Osborne Raps
Union Thievery
Thievery in the Reitz Union is an outright abuse of university
property, and if I could, Id put the thieves in jail, said William
J. Osborne, assistant director of operations.
These thefts show a definite lack of consideration for the other
students, since its their money that is used to replace the stolen
items, said Osborne.
Although thievery in the union has dwindled in the past weeks,
items stolen this quarter include carpetting from an elevator and a
tie-dyed wall hanging valued at SIOO.
Os course, the real ninth grade stuff goes on all the time. Such
things as signs off the doors and in the elevators and directional
signs are always being taken, said Osborne.
I don't know who's doing it, but I think a lot of it is related to
where and what is taken. Like who would take a sign saying presidents
dining room, but a student. It appears to be students doing a lot of
it, he continued.
It's a matter of responsibility. These things belong to every everybody,
body, everybody, and their being stolen is an offense to everybody, said Osborne.
To prevent the thefts, Osborne said, All we can do is lock the
doors and watch the exits. If people can steal from banks, they can
steal from us.
According to Police Chief Audie I. Shuler, the campus police run
an investigation service, and, therefore, do not have a man in the
Union.
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ADDRESS ALL CAMPUS CALENDAR
NOTICES TO PUBLIC FUNCTIONS
OFFICE, FLORIDA UNION
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CAMPUS CALENDAR

Monday, February 5
Mensa Members: daily lunch luncheons,
eons, luncheons, West wing of Main Cafe Cafeteria,
teria, Cafeteria, noon
Program Office: dancing lessons,
243 Union, 7 p.m.
Cinema Society: The Thing,
Union Aud., 7 & 9:15 p.m.
International Week Banquet:
guest speaker, Mr. Rabenold,
Baptist Student Center, 7 p.m.
Dairy Science: business meeting,
201 Dy. Sci. Bldg., 7:30 p.m.
All interested persons invited
to attend.
Block and Bridle Club; regular
meeting, 254 McC, 7:30 p.m.
Gator Amateur Radio Club: meet meeting,
ing, meeting, 525 E&I Gldg., 8 p.m..
All persons interested in Ama Amateur
teur Amateur Radio are welcome.
Tuesday, February 6
Forestry Club: steak fry and
business meeting, Austin Cary
Forest, 6 p.m.
Program Office: bridge lessons,
400 Union, 7 p.m.
International Week: art exhibit,
346 Union, 7 p.m.
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Tuesday Evening Supper Club:
dinner, Univ. Inn, 7:15 p.m.
All those single and over 21
invited.
Semper Fidelis Society: meet meeting,
ing, meeting, Union 150 B, 7:30 p.m.
Propeller Club: meeting, 362
Union, 7:30 p.m.
Architecture Dept.: Mr. Robert
Venturi, Complexity and Con Contradition
tradition Contradition in American Archi Architecture,
tecture, Architecture, 105 BAFA 8 p.m.
Forums Comm.: Russ Burgess,
E.5.P., Union Aud., 8 p.m.
Music Dept.: John Kitts, music
for bassoons, Univ. Aud., 8:15
p.m.
Wednesday, February 7
International Week: beauty con contest,
test, contest, Union Aud., 7 p.m.
Paint for Fun: art lessons, 118
Union, 7:30 p.m.
Benton Engineering Council:
meeting, 346 Union, 7:30 p.m.
Institute of Judaic Studies: be beginning
ginning beginning and intermediate He Hebrew,
brew, Hebrew, Jewish history, intro introduction
duction introduction to Jewish thought,
Hillel Foundation, 7:30 p.m.
AIA Film Series: Frank Lloyd
Wright, and Some Flowers
of the Narcissus, 105 BAFA
7:30 p.m.
Student Govt, and Forums
Comm.: Edward Albee, Union
Ballroom, 8 p.m.
U of F Young Republicans: meet meeting,
ing, meeting, 349 Union, 8 p.m.
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UNION BOX OFFICE
Tickets are now on sale for Russ
Burgess, Edward Albee, the
Graham Area Playboy Party,
Juan Serrano, and Florida
Players production of Ma Ma
Ma rat/Sade

Visits At JO^rJYew^Home
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA CAMPUS FEDERAL CREDIT IJNIOKia^WC^S.^.

PROGRESS TESTS: Students in
the following courses are ex expected
pected expected to take the following tests.
Each student must bring a No. 2
lead pencil and will be required
to use his SOCIAL SECURITY
NUMBER.
CLC 141: Wednesday, Feb. 7,
7 p.m. Students whose last names
begin with (A-L) report to Math Matherly
erly Matherly 2,3, 4,5, 6,7, 8,9, 10,
11, 12, 13, 14 or 16; (M-Z)
to Matherly 102, 105, 108, 112,
113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118 or
119.
CLC 142: Wednesday, Feb. 7,
7 p.m. Students whose last names
begin with (A) report to Floyd
104 or 109; (B) to Peabody 1,2,
4,7, 10 or 11; (C) to Leigh
207; (D) to Little 121 or 125;
(E) to Little 113; (F) to Little
227, 233, or 235; (G) to Pea Peabody
body Peabody 101, 102, 112 or 114; (H)
to Peabody 201, 202,205,208 or
209; (I-J) to Flint 110 or 112;
(K) to Walker 301, 303, 307
or 308; (L) to Little 201, 203,
205 or 207; (M) to Little 213,
215, 217, 219, 221, 223 or 225;
(N) to Little 237; (O) to Little
239; (P-Q) to Flint 101 or 102;
(R) to Floyd 108; (S) to Walker
Auditorium; (T-V) to Little 101
or 109; (W-Z) to Walker Auditor Auditorium.
ium. Auditorium.
CBS 261; Tuesday, Feb. 6,
7 p.m. Students whose last names
begin with (A-L) report to Math Matherly
erly Matherly 2,3, 4,5, 6,7, 8,9, 10,
11, 12, 13, 14 or 16; (M-Z)
to Matherly 102, 105, 108, 112,
113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118 or
119.
CBS 262: Tuesday, Feb. 6,
7 p.m. Students whose last names
begin with (A-L) report to Walker
Auditorium; (M-R) to Leigh 207;
(S-Z) to Little 101, 109 or 113.
CHN 252: Thursday, Feb. 8,
7 p.m. Students whose last names
begin with (A) report to Floyd
104 or 109. (B) to Peabody 1,
2,4, 7, 10 or 11; (C) to Leigh
207; (D) to Little 121, or 125;
(E) to Little 113; (F) to Little
227,233 or 235; (G) to Peabody
101,102, 112 or 114; (H) to Pea Peabody
body Peabody 201, 202, 205, 208, or
209; (I-J) to Flint 110 or 112;
(K) to Walker 301, 303, 307
or 308; (L) to Little 201, 203,
205 or 207; (M) to Little 213,
215, 217, 219, 221, 223, or 225;
(N) to Little 237; (O) to Little
239 (P-Q) to Flint 101 or 102;
(R) to Floyd 108; (S) to Walker
Auditorium; (T-V) to Little 101
or 109; (W-Z) to Walker Audit Auditorium.
orium. Auditorium.

BLUB BULLETIN

ADMINISTRATIVE NOTICES

CHN 251: Thursday, Feb. 8,
7 p.m. Students whose last names
begin with (A-L) report to Math Matherly
erly Matherly 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,
14 or 16; (M-Z) to Matherly
102,105,108,112,113,114,115,116,
117,118 or 119.
ALL STUDENT ORGANIZA ORGANIZATIONS
TIONS ORGANIZATIONS interested in having a de delegation
legation delegation represented in the Deep
South Model United Nations to be
held Feb. 22-25 should register
this week in the Dean of Mens
Office with the Interfraternity
council, Room 128, Tigert Hall.
Registration fee is $lO per de delegation.
legation. delegation. Deadline for regis registration
tration registration is February 9.
GENERAL NOTICES
STUDENT JOBS AVAILABLE:
Students who are eligible for the
Work-Study program should
apply at the Student Employment
Office, 182 Building E. Part-time
work available for typists, file
clerks, laboratory assistants and
art work.
PAINTING FOR FUN CLASSES
will be held Feb. 7-28 from
7- 9:30 p.m. Monday and Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, in Room 118 of the Reitz
Union. Mrs. Esther Bristol will
teach the class. The cost is SB.
To register call Ext. 2741, Pro Program
gram Program Office, Room 310, Reitz
Union.
DEADLINE FOR REMOVAL
OF I GRADES: Feb. 9 is the
deadline date for removal of I
grades (excluding 699 or 799)
for all graduate students who wish
to receive their degrees on March
19.
' FOREIGN LANGUAGE EX EXAMINATION:
AMINATION: EXAMINATION: All foreign lan language
guage language functional examinations
will be given Saturday, Feb. 10,
18 Anderson Hall, 10 a.m. 12
noon.
BNAI BRITH HILLEL FOUN FOUNDATION
DATION FOUNDATION will hold its South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Regional Institute Feb.
9-11. For reservations call 372-
2900.
STUDENT FEA: Dexter Hag Hagman,
man, Hagman, president of FEA, will speak
at 7:30 p.m., Feb. 5, in 150 B,
Architecture and Fine Arts Aud Auditorium.
itorium. Auditorium. ms topic will be The
Changing Role of the Teacher in
Education.
PIANO RECITAL: Dr. Didier
Graeffe will hold a piano re recital
cital recital from 1-2 p.m., Feb. 14,
in the 2nd Floor East Gallery
of the Reitz Union. The recital
is free and open to the public.

Students must be registered
with the Placement Service to
interview. Sign-up sheets are
posted two weeks in advance of
the interview date at the
J. WAYNE REITZ UNION, ROOM
22. All companies will be re recruiting
cruiting recruiting for Mar. June and Aug.
graduates unless indicated other otherwise.
wise. otherwise.
FEB. 5: CONTINENTAL OIL CO.
CE. Must be U.S. citizen. Jun Juniors
iors Juniors for summer employment.
FEB. 5: ST. PAUL INSURANCE
CO. Bus. Ad., Insurance, Lib.
Arts. Must be U.S. citizen.
FEB. 5: NASA, MARSHALL
SPACE FLIGHT CENTER. AE,
EE, IE, ME, NE, ESM, Astron Astronomy,
omy, Astronomy, Math, Physics. Must be
U.S. citizen.
FEB. 5: J.P. STEVENS & CO.,
INC. Acct., Math.
FEB. 5: CHRYSLER CORP. EE,
ME. Must be U.S. citizen.
FEB. 5,6: GENERAL DYNAMICS
CORP. AE, EE, ME, CE, math.
Must be U.S. citizen.
FEB. 5,6: RADIO CORP. OF
AMERICA. EE, ME, Acct., Fin.,
Economics, Bus. Must be U.S.
citizen.

PLACEMENT NOTICES

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FEB. 5,6, 7: INTERNATIONAL
BUSINESS MACHINES.
FEB. 6: VIRGINIA DEPART DEPARTMENT
MENT DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS.
FEB. 6: THE UPJOHN CO. Pre.
Vet. Must be U.S. citizen.
FEB. 6,7: HUMBLE OIL &
REFINING. Bus. Ad., Lib. Arts,
Economics, Indus. Mgt., Mktg.
Must be U.S. citizen.
FEB. 7: KURT SALMON ASSO ASSOCIATES,
CIATES, ASSOCIATES, INC. IE. Must be U.S.
citizen.
FEB. 7: HAZELTINE CORP. ME,
EE, IE. Must be UJS. citizen.
FEB. 7: THE B. F. GOODRICH
CO. ChE, ME, EE, Chem., BC,
Math. Must be U.S. citizen.
FEB. 7: LEVITT & SONS.
FEB. 7: COMMONWEALTH OF
MASSACHUSETTS.
FEB. 7: WASHINGTON D.C.
DEPT. OF PUBLIC HEALTH.
FEV. 7,8: JOHN HANCOCK MU MUTUAL
TUAL MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Acct., Math.
FEB. 7,8, 9: CORNING GLASS
WORKS. All eng., Physics,
Chem., Acct., Economics, Bus.
Ad. Must be U.S. citizen.
FEB. 7,8, 9: MONSANTO CO.
ChE, ME, Chem., Physics, IE,
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Self Defense Flick
Available To Coeds
By LESLIE LEPENE
Alligator Campus Living Staff
She walked down the street in a well lighted area. He jumped her
from behind, and tried to muffle her screams. Suddenly she jammed
the lipstick she had been carrying in her hand into his eye, using
all the force she could muster. Her lipstick? Her lipstick.
Wouldnt think of it, would you? How about a comb, raked across
the nose? An envelope of cayanne pepper? That not only burns, but
causes temporary blindness, too. And the old standby the nail
file.
All the above mentioned items are what the ordinary woman carries
in her purse (with the exception of the pepper, of course) and can
be used as self defense measures.
Self defense. Two words every woman should put foremost in her
mind, especially considering the four recent rape attempts on
campus.
A film on self defense is available to alj groups who want to view
it, announced Sgt. Charles Eisele, of the Alachua County Sheriffs
Department. Only 20 minutes long, the film includes tips on how to
prevent attack, and what to do if it happens.
Scream, scream, scream is the main idea in the film. Both
Sgt. Eisele and the makers of the film emphasized that a good solid
scream will do more to deter an attack than almost anything else.
If attacked from the back and unable to scream, a good defense
is to take your shoe and rake it forcefully down the leg of the assailent
to the instep. As the pain suddenly hits him, hell probably let go
and give you the extra few seconds you need to get your lungs in
action.
If the attack happens from the front, jam your knee into his groin
as hard as you possibly can and this also is guaranteed to make him
release you.
Two methods of protection, if molested, are to bite and scratch
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any length of time.
But thank the stars above, most
of us can go home for at least
a weekend. Judging by our non nonresponses,
responses, nonresponses, Im sure Saturday
teachers would agree that we
are in need of rest and recu recuperation.
peration. recuperation.
And fellow students (for thats
what they designate us), home is
where I headed.
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rippling through music assign assignments
ments assignments and the beach has been
the Iliads battleground quite
disconcerting when trying to
study.
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sea moods are a part of me now.
Every so often, a strange feel feeling,
ing, feeling, you might say a calling,
literally inundates my thoughts.
I have to get away. I have to
return to pink, buttery sunsets
ringing deep-sea fishing boats,
encircled, in turn, with cries
of sea gulls.
I am drawn to the mystic
ocean to be pacified, appeased,
purified by promises of an en- 1
during friendship with its great
force. I know I can always share
its unfixed moods and it will share
mine without any questions.
Above all, the ocean and its
components of sand, horizon,
wind, creatures, and rollicking
shells make me happy. They
are the natural occurences in
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COEDS: Don't forget the Best
Dressed Coed contest dead deadlines.
lines. deadlines. Sorority and dorm repre representatives
sentatives representatives must be selected and
reported to Campus Living by
Monday, February 12. Off campus
independents must submit appli applications
cations applications with a full length pic picture
ture picture by this Friday.)
Would you believe today begins
the sixth week of classes? Have
you gotten organized yet?
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Here are just a few of the cam campus
pus campus actives:
In recent results, the ALPHA
EPSILON PHls placed second
in sorority scholarship with two
girls making 4.o's.
AEPhi sister Babs Smith is the
newly elected executive comman commander
der commander of Angel Flight. Last week weekend
end weekend the pledges teamed with the
TEP pledge class in a service
project at Sunland. This week
the AEPHIs will entertain their
folks with a parents weekend.
The LAMBDA CHl's have wel welcomed
comed welcomed 18 new members into the
bond. As part of their Help Week,
they made their traditional visit
to the Gainesville Boys Club for
an evening of painting the gym
and benches and cleaning the
blinds and windows. Congratula Congratulations
tions Congratulations are in order to Buddy Nel Nelson
son Nelson and Mike Hutchinson for
being selected to the All-campus
football team in Orange League.
The SIGMA CHls have elected
new officers led by the Big Red
Coalition (dont ask me, ask them)
President Gary Martin; Veep Ken
Howell; Secretary Charles White;
Assistant Treasurer Charles
Johnson and Dennis Comfort;
Historian John Domeier; Asst.
Pledge Trainers Richard Nichols
and Wayne Rogers; Scholarship
Chairman Barney Moss; Rush
Chairman Grier Wells; and Edi Editor
tor Editor Brad Todd, (whew!) .
An organizational retreat was
held at the home of advisor
Ed Sureth. Pledge brother Jay
Howell was elected to Leg Council
as were Ed Tolle (JM) and Jim
Morgan (BA).
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Saturday the TEKES convened
for a service project to clean
up the area surrounding Windsor
Church. Service Chairman John
Trifiletti has arranged for a day
long visit at Sunland next Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday.
The TEKES and their Order
of Diana will give a luncheon party
for 36 of the boys there.
PHI SIGMA SIGMA sisters
Cheryl Kaplan and Carole Wein Weinman
man Weinman were chosen AEPI little sis sisters.
ters. sisters. Congratulations to PHI SIG
Doreen Grayson on her recent
engagement to Ronald Blake. New
pledges at the house total seven.
They are: Andi Aaronson, Jo Joanne
anne Joanne Epstein, Ellen Gandel, Mar Marcy
cy Marcy Imber, Marilyn Mars, Tina
Michaels and Didi Wassweman...
The PHI SlGs are planning par parents
ents parents weekend Feb. 9-11.
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to announce the election of new
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Quintero, Randy Baron, Mike To Tobias,
bias, Tobias, Mark Dorn, Mike Lehrner
and Steve Gutstein. And even
more congratulations are in
order for the bowling team which
placed second in the Orange
League and put the Lammies
in third place in competition for
the Presidents Cup. .Over the
weekend a visit was made to the
Gainesville Boys Club for a day
of sport with the younger set.
RHO CHI (honorary pharma pharmaceutical
ceutical pharmaceutical fraternity) has selected
six students and one faculty mem member
ber member for membership. They are
Dr. Rudolph H. Blythe, Thomas
Sawdon, A.S. Pancorbo, Y. Ragu Ragunathan,
nathan, Ragunathan, Ida Louise Bakula, Robert
M. Baird, and Will Gecosky.
On Jan. 26 and 27, ZETAs
held their weekend. Jeff Cox,
ATO, was elected Zeta Man,
while Claire Lipich was selec selected
ted selected Most Helpful Sister by
the neophyte class along with

Monday, February 5 f 1968, The Florida Alligator,

Jean Hanna who received Best
Sister of the Year.
In the recent cam pus-wide
election, Donna Walter was elec elected
ted elected honor court justice from
the College of Nursing. .ZETA
has four new pledges: Kathy Du Dumont,
mont, Dumont, Kathy Harrell, Jan
Hatcher, and Linda James. Three
sisters Carol Dorsey, Sara
Baldwin, and Annette Sykes
are new members of Zeta Phi
Eta, national speech and commu communications
nications communications honorary, while Elaine
Fuller is the new historian. New
little sisters of LAMBDA CHI
ALPHA are Jane Kunis and Diane
Young (also pledge class sweet sweetheart
heart sweetheart of DELTA UPSILON).
Founders Day for KAPPA AL ALPHA
PHA ALPHA THETA was Saturday, and
alumni were entertained at the
house for lunch and a skit. New
pledges, five in number, are
Madeline Phillipson, Lynn Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Marty Smith, Barbara
Schweiker, and Gail Penland.

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'The Comedians
By NICK TATRO
Alligator Reviewer
The Comedians is not funny.
The violence in this movie grabs you around the throat and starts
cranking your brain like it was an old movie camera. But there is
nothing cheap about it, nothing sensational. It is real and stuffed
with human trivia right down to the mouthwash and the prostitutes.
The movie is built on contrast: The luxuriant palace of Papa
Doc Duvalier; the overcrowded shanties of the masses; the beautiful
children chanting liturgy to Papa Doc on their way to an execution;
the enlightened state myth of Haiti and its most perfect accomplish accomplishment:
ment: accomplishment: Duvalierville.
And then there is the violence. A doctors throat is slit in the
middle of an operation by one of the state goons; a roosters neck
is bitten off by a voodoo priest and the warm blood is squeezed
from the headless neck onto the face and breast of a revolutionary
leader.
With violence goes cruelty. The tons-tons, the state police, make
a permanent occupation of assasination, torture and suppression of
civil liberties. In contrast to the ton-tons are Paul Ford and Lilian
Gish. They are pacifists and vegetarians, the tender elements of
western culture and they are properly shocked by the cruelty. But
they are helpless and absurd in their efforts to help.
The real beauty of this movie, beside the countryside, is the acting
of the supporting Negro cast. At least a dozen of these French
accented actors provide verisimilitude and so we feel at home in
Haiti. Combined with these hitherto unknown actors is the cinema cinematography
tography cinematography which fills in the cultural reality with market scenes and
groveling beggars.
As for the white cast, Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor turn
in their usual excellent performance. There were traces of his rapid
fire Shakespearean style but he played no heros part. The role is
that of a hotel owner who is in love with an ambassadors wife,
Elizabeth Taylor.
Burton is an extreme cynic who has lost not only his hope but
thinks he is losing his love. His jealousy turns him into a whim whimpering
pering whimpering Othello. Liz plays the woman torn between three men: her
husband, Peter Ustinov; a boastful major, Alec Guiness; and her
lover, Richard Burton. What the lover doesnt understand is that
the only love for him is physical.
Paul Ford and Lilian Gish play the pacifist, vegetarian Smiths
from the UJS. who encounter the horror of the island but understand
it little and help it nought. But they do things so beautifully middle
class. Lillian Gish offers Burton some Listerine after the ton tontons
tons tontons have left him with a bloody mouth. She always uses it on such
occasions. Paul Ford steals five minutes of the show trying to get
out of a bathing suit while standing wrapped in his towel.
But undoubtedly the focal point in the movie is Burtons speech
to the rag tag mountain guerillas that he has been compelled by
the comic fate to lead. (Hie black leader of the guerillas says he
must lead because his men think only a white man knows how to
kill) ~
In his speech to the guerrillas, he smiles and gestures to the
French speaking Haitians indicating strength and hope to them. In
English he is cursing them and himself for the absurd circumstances.
Everyone is thrown into a comic role where his actions not his in intentions
tentions intentions determine what he is. In the most absurd sense of reality
that is funny. But it is a grisly humor.
* The Comedians is standing on the pulse of the 19605. It is
relevant to Americas race problems, the Caribbean revolutions,
American foreign policy and the real problems of contemporary
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'Analyst' Is
Unbelievable
Entertainment
By SAND DRECHSLER
Alligator Reviewer
Morality is a social inven invention.
tion. invention. Save the world take
the gun.
These two cliches are common
to our present time of might
makes right as long as love
abounds. But when you see The
Presidents Analyst youll laugh
at governments and their offi officials,
cials, officials, hippies and love, war and
hate, and then theres always
that all-seeing, all-knowing tele telephone
phone telephone company. Nothing is belie believable,
vable, believable, but thats what makes this
satire sooo very believable
almost haunting.
If youve ever tried to read
TJS Elliots The Wasteland,
you know its packed full of re references
ferences references to other things which
if you dont notice them you miss
half of what Elliots trying to say.
And the same is true of this
outstanding film. Theodore J.
Flicker created a masterpiece
when he wrote the script for
The Presidents Analyst.
Flicker certainly put his genius
to work in juxtaposing so many
of todays incongruities.
James Coburn hasnt changed
character from his role in Wa Waterhole
terhole Waterhole #3. He may not be as
suave, but that doesnt detract
from the hilarity of the situa situations
tions situations he finds himself in. He
runs the gamut of emotions, and
everyone of them is unbelievably
funny. Hes got that Cheshire grin
that evokes laughter at every
twist in the plot.
The supporting cast does its
job in nude scenes, shooting
scenes, frantic scenes and
friendly scenes.

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* Good; ** Very Good
*** Excellent; ****--Superior
THE COMEDIANS, Richard
Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, Alec
Guiness, Peter Ustinov and Paul
Ford; adapted from a novel by
Graham Greene. At the Center.
This is a political movie, set in
Haiti, that emphasizes extreme
violence and absurdity of human
behavior in a repressive society.
Because this movie will make
a lasting impression on your
sense of the real it gets ***.
THE PRESIDENTS ANALYST,
starring that unforgettable com comedian
edian comedian James Coburn, is a rol rollicking
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most almost (?) Big Brother type society
(government). If you like to laugh,
dont miss THE PRESIDENTS
ANALYST now playing at the
Florida. ***
BESERK, starring Joan Craw Crawford,
ford, Crawford, is a poor example of a
horror or shock picture. There
are a few stomach-turning
scenes, but the movie fails as
a top example of the bizarre.
* 1/2
LOVING COUPLES opened at
the State last night. This Swedish
film by upcoming director Mai
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press time.



Gator Comeback Overhauls Vandy, 91-85

(Photo by Nick Arroyo)
3-HANDED(?) WALK
. . Scored 35 Points

/Mermen Lose To N.C. State

The North Caroline State swim
team has won 28 out of its last
29 meets. Their only loss in
that streak came to the Gators
two years ago.
The Gators have won 12 out
of their last 13 matches. Their
only loss was at the hands of
N.C, State this past Saturday
in Raleigh, North Carolina.
UF swimmers won seven of the
13 events, but came out on the
short end of the final score,
60-53, as the Gators' record recordbreaking
breaking recordbreaking freshman Mark McKee
was upset by his high school
teammate John Calvert in the
200-yard individual medley.
States All-America swimmer
Steve Rerych anchored State to
a record breaking win in the
meet's opening race, the medley
relay, and while the Gators put
on a fierce finish, winning five
of the last six races, the come comeback
back comeback fell a scant seven points
short.
McKee, who breaks a UF re record
cord record every time he dips his big
toe into the water, followed up
his defeat with a record-break record-breaking
ing record-breaking win in the 200-yard breast breaststroke,
stroke, breaststroke, with a 2:19.2 time, a UF
and meet record.
States Calvert and Mark Birn Birnbrauer
brauer Birnbrauer and Gator freshman Bruce
Williams were the meets only
double winners.
400-Yard Medley Relay -1,
North Caroline State (Calvert,
Falzone, Coyle and Rerych). T T-3:38.8
-3:38.8 T-3:38.8 (meet record)
1000-Yard Freestyle tl,
Williams (F); 2, Hounsell (N);
3, Lykins (N). T-10:26.5 (meet
and UF record)
One Meter Diving -1, Chal Chalbeck
beck Chalbeck (F); 2, Hoffman (F); 3,
Cameron (N). Pts. 218.45.
200-Yard Freestyle -1, Birn Birnbrauer
brauer Birnbrauer (N); 2, Herman (N); 3,
P&ge (F). t 1:48.0. (meet
record)
50-Yard Freestyle -1, Rerych
( N ); 2, McPherson (F); 3, Macri
(F). T 21.5. (meet record)
200-Yard Individual Medley
l > Calvert (N); 2, McKee (F);
3, Gantner (N). T 2:00.8. (meet
record)
100-Yard Freestyle -1, Bu*<-
brauer (N); 2, Herman (N); 3,
McPherson (F). T 47.8.

By JEFF DENKEWALTER
Alligator Sports Writer
Websters dictionary says
walk means to go along at
a moderate pace on foot.
Saturday night in Nashville,
Tennessee, Walk meant 35 points,
17 rebounds and a UF basket basketball
ball basketball victory over nationally
eighth-ranked Vanderbilt.
UFs Walk, a 6-10 junior cen center
ter center with the first name of Neal,
led his Gator teammates to a
stunning 91-85 triumph over the
Commodores in Vanderbilts
Memorial Coliseum. His 35
points makes him the top scorer
in UF history. He now has 510
and a full year to play.
The victory marked the first
win ever for a UF basketball
squad against Vanderbilt at home.
The win also kept the Gators
Southeastern Conference title
hopes alive, and in all proba probability
bility probability ended those same hopes
for the Commodores.
Over 11,000 fans watched on as
Vanderbilt threatened to runaway
with the game in the first half.
With forward Bob Warren hitting
consistently from the corners
and a blistering fast break, Van Vanderbilt

Three-Meter Diving -1, Ling
(F); 2, Chalbeck (F); 3, Cameron
(N). Pts. 273.40.
200-Yard Butterfly -1, Russo
(F); 2, E. Ristaino (N); 3, J.
Ristaino (N). T-2:00.8.
200-Yard Backstronk -1, Cal Calvert
vert Calvert (N); 2,Ganter(N); 3, Bridges
(F). T 2:03.0.
500-Yard Freestyle -1, Wil Williams

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WALK NOTCHES 35, RECORD

derbilt Vanderbilt jumped out into a 15-
point bulge in a little over 13
minutes.
Only Walks 23-point first firsthalf
half firsthalf performance kept the Gators
in contention. Vanderbilt led 50-
42 at halftime.
The Gators threatened to wipe
out the Commodore lead
several times in the second half,
but Vanderbilt continued its hot
shooting from the outside. With
less than ten minutes remaining
in the contest, Vandy led by 11
points.
From this point to the end of
the game, the Gators outscored
Vanderbilt by a 29-14 margin.
Gary McElroy, Mike Leather Leatherwood,
wood, Leatherwood, Dave Miller, Mike Roily Roilyson
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ing scoring surge.
The victory pushed the Gators
SEC mark to 10-3 and dropped
the Commodores to 6-4.
Tennessee leads the conference
with an 8-1 record.
Walks 35 points led all scor scorers.
ers. scorers. Andy Owens connected for
16 points, Miller for 13, Leather Leatherwood
wood Leatherwood for 10, McElroy for 8,
Rollyson for seven and Harry
Winkler for two to account for

liams Williams (F); 2, Hounsell (N); 3,
Lawrence (N). T 5:02.1. (meet
record)
200-Yard Breastroke -1, Mc-
Kee (F); 2, Falzone (N); Wita Witazek
zek Witazek (N). T 2:19.2. (meet and
UF frosh record)
400-Yard Freestyle Relay -1,
Florida (Hough, Murphy, Macri
and Blanton). T 3:20.8.

Monday, February 5, 1968, The Florida Alligator, ]

all the Gator scoring.
Vanderbilt guard Kenny Camp Campbell
bell Campbell led his team with 22 points.
Center Bob Bundy finished with

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>, The Florida Alligator, Monday, February 5, 1968

paul kaplan
assistant sports editor
UF Can Win SEC
The SEC has boiled down to a two team race, and the Gators
just happen to be one of the chosen two. This means its time to see
who must do what in order to earn a trip to the post season NCAA
tournament.
Tennessee, presently holding down first place in the SEC, demo demolished
lished demolished Ole Miss 88-46 Saturday night, and now have an 8-1 record
in conference play. The Gators are 10-3.
But the situation may not be as hopeless for the Gators as the
records appear to make it look. The Vols must withstand a grueling
stretch run to win it, while Florida has already mat its stiffest
competition.
The three UF losses came at the hands of Kentucky, Mississippi
State, and Tennessee. All were on the road.
Tennessees loss was to the Gators at Florida Gym, where only
the Gators are allowed to win.
But that is the past, and it is the future that will decide the winner.
Florida has only five SEC contests remaining. Only one of these
games will be against an opponent who has beaten the Gators. This
is Mississippi State, who topped UF by one pointand that was an
away game.
Tennessees position is a sticky one, to say the least. The Volun Volunteers,
teers, Volunteers, looking for their second straight SEC championship, have
10 conference games remaining, and most important, four of them
come in the last week of play.
The Vols must play Pete Maravich and LSU twice, Auburn twice,
and tough Vanderbilt, Kentucky and Mississippi State once.
In their last week of play, Tom Boerwinkle and company must face
Alabama, LSU, Mississippi State and Auburn.
The Vols, who are also undefeated at home, play five of their
remaining 10 games at home. The Gators, who have been anything
but spectacular away from home, play four of their last six games
on the road.
This could possibly make the difference in the fight for first
place, but Floridas impressive win over Vanderbilt on the road
was a big boost to the teams record and morale.
No doubt, the Gators must win their remaining games, but the
winner will be decided by Tennessee, not Florida.
The Gators will be fighting mediocre competition, and all the odds.
The Vols will be up against stiff competition and an even stiffer
schedule.
Its that time again.
3
Lacrosse Club Starts Here

A club sponsoring one of the
oldest organized sports in Am America
erica America is being formed by 20 UF
students.
The name of the game is la lacrosse.
crosse. lacrosse.
First known to the Indians as
bagattaway, the game was
adopted by the Iroquois Indians
as a training measure for war
before Columbus' first voyage to
the New World.'
The French renamed it la lacrosse

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crosse lacrosse because of the imple implement
ment implement used a curved netted
stick which resembled a bishops
crozier.
Today lacrosse is organized
and promoted in the UJS. by the
United States Intercollegiate La Lacrosse
crosse Lacrosse Association, and approxi approximately
mately approximately 187 collegiate teams are
in existence.
For further information on the
club, contact acting president
Lane Watkins, room 409 East
Hall, or phone 376-9370.

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