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Vol. 60, No. 79

Second Election Set For Today

SG Chooses
Polling Sites
As an aide to the UF student
body, the Alligator today pub publishes
lishes publishes a list of polling places
where students may cast their
votes for president and vice vicepresident
president vicepresident of the* student body.
Lower division students will
vote in living areas while upper
division students will vote at
their respective colleges.
Polling places are Jennings,
Rawlings, Hume, Broward, Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, Yulee, Tolbert and Mur Murphree.
phree. Murphree.
Also, the Hub, Norman, Engi Engineering,
neering, Engineering, Matherly, McCarty, Ar Architecture,
chitecture, Architecture, Law School, Stadium,
Medical Center and the Gym.
The Ballot
Because many stu~
dents apparently did
not understand how to
operate the voting ma machines
chines machines properly in the
last election direc directions
tions directions are printed be below.
low. below.
Voters should note
i
that they should pull
the lever ABOVE the
name of the candidate
they wish to vote for
DIRECTIONS
for
VOTING
Ist
Move RED HANDLE to
the Right and Leave
It There
2nd
Turn a Pointer
Over the
Name of
Candidate
Each Candidate You
Wish To Vote for.
Leave the Pointers Down
3rd
Move the RED HANDLE
To the Left and Walk
Out.

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Election Law Violations By Both Parties,
Such As This Check-Off Box, Caused New Election
OConnellDenies
Decision Appeal

By STEVE HULL
Alligator Editor <>
UF President Stephen C. O-
Connell refused
act-on a complaint contesting the
Honor Courts decision to over overturn
turn overturn the Jan. 25 student body
election.
The appeal, which was written
by Forward Party steering com committee
mittee committee member Manny James,
asked OConnell to clarify the
constitutional section which al allowed
lowed allowed Honor Court Chancellor
Bob Hughes to invalidate the
past election.
OConnell flatly refused to hear
the complaint and said the admin administration
istration administration should not interfere in
the business of Student Govern Government.
ment. Government.
Inauguration
Set For Wed.
Student Body President
Charles Shepherd announced
Tuesday afternoon that the inaug inauguration
uration inauguration of the new student body
president, to be elected this
Thursday, has been re-scheduled
to Feb. 14 at 9 p. m.
The public inauguration cere ceremony
mony ceremony will be held in the Reitz
Union's ballroom. Prior to the
inauguration a private awards
dinner will be held in the ball ballroom
room ballroom at 7 p. m.

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

Student Body President
Charles Shepherd labeled the ap appeal
peal appeal as another show of Forward
partys ineptness.
I have doubted for a long time
the ability of Forward party's
leadership to appreciate the sig significance
nificance significance to the university the
idea that Student Government
should remain a viable instru instrument
ment instrument of the student, Shepherd
said.
Their appeal today complete completely
ly completely reinforces my suspicions,
he added.
Shepherd is a member of Uni United-First
ted-First United-First party and has endorsed
Clyde Taylor for student body
president.
James denied that the appeal
to O'Connell was a political move.
I appealed to OConnell as
an individual interested in the
question as to whether one stu student,
dent, student, acting solely by himself,
can invalidate an election with without
out without any routes of appeal to check
and balance the decision, James
said.
I know this sounds hokey,
he added, but it's true.
The newly passed student body
constitution has a provision pro providing
viding providing a means to appeal Honor
Court decisions.
O'Connell said late Wednesday
he did not act on the Forward
(SEE APPEAL PAGE 2)

Mcride, Taylor
Seek Presidency
By HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Managing Editor
If at first you dont succeed, try, Try,
TRy, TRY again.
Thats key to whats happening today
as UF students go to the polls for the second
time in as many weeks to elect a new student
body president.

Candidates for the election are
Bill Mcride, Forward party, and
Clyde Taylor, United-First par party.
ty. party. Their vice-presidential run running
ning running mates are Toby Muir and
Gary Goodrich, respectively.
Although the turnout for today's
election is expected to be light,
with between 5,000 and 6,000
persons voting, the race slated
is unprecedented in UF history.
It is also one of the most hotly hotlycontested
contested hotlycontested races this campus has
ever had.
Campus politicians, however,
have been unable to support a
substantial financial battle for
this second election. The pre previous
vious previous campaign exhausted their
monetary reserves and drained
many party workers of energy
and enthusiasm.
Although the first election
abounded with controversy, in including
cluding including the now famous Blue
Sheet thrown in reference to
the Alligator, this weeks cam campaign
paign campaign has been a relatively quiet
one.
Party promises and platforms
have almost been forgotten.
Taylor has pledged to continue
the work of Charles Shepherds
administration and to give the
voters a chance to abolish Stu Student
dent Student Government if they are not
satisfied with it within one year.
Taylor has also promised to
establish a housing authority for
the benefit of off-campus stu students,
dents, students, accumulate data on the
armed forces and selective ser service,
vice, service, secure the consolidation of
Lyceum Council and the Union
Board for Student Activities into
a popularly elected Public Func Functions
tions Functions Authority and to work for
a grade appeals board.
Mcride has committed him himself
self himself to fight a possible tuition
hike, to secure equitable infir infirmary
mary infirmary privileges for student wives
and children, to Improve park-

Violation Charges Flying

Forward and United-First par parties
ties parties Wednesday afternoon filed
almost identical complaints with
the Honor Court charging each
other with election irregu irregularities.
larities. irregularities.
The complaints charged that
information sheets had been sta stapled
pled stapled to green boards and that
other sheets had been attached
to trees in an Improper manner.
According to Student Govern-

Inside
Second Campus
Paper Needed?
See Page Two

Thursday February 8, 1968

TAYLOR
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MCBRIDE
. . victor once
ing on campus and to Improve
off-campus living conditions
through the offices of a stu student
dent student defender/ 1
Both candidates have vowed
to work for the abolition of com compulsory
pulsory compulsory ROTC.

ment law, such complaints will
come before an election board,
which has the power to fine
persons guilty of irregularities.
* *
Party Scheduled
WRUF radio station will broad broadcast
cast broadcast election returns as they
are tabulated at the election par party
ty party in the Reitz Union Ballroom.
Coverage begins at 7:30 p. m.



Page 2

5, Tbe Florida Alligator, February 8, 1968

Bulletin News
State, National, International News

Berets Recapture Post
SAIGON (UPI) -* Doggedly fighting U.S. Green Beret defenders
knocked out five Soviet-made tanks Wednesday and regained control
of their Lang Vei Special Forces camp from flame throwing North
Vietnamese who overran the camp below Khe Sanh in the first Red
armored assault of the war.
North Vietnamese troops who swooped down from the hills and
occupied the camp for hours withdrew from Lang Vei shortly before
noon under heavy artillery firing from the Khe Sanh Marine bas bastion
tion bastion five miles to the north.
Reds Air 'Confessions
WASHINGTON (UPI) North Korea has broadcast confessions
by six officers and crewmen of the USS Pueblo which claim that the
intelligence ship violated its waters at least five times before it
was captured, U.S. officials disclosed Wednesday.
The administration meanwhile identified three crewmen who are
Injured, one of them seriously, and a fourth who died of injuries,
and said the names were furnished by North Korea at a fifth meet meeting
ing meeting with UJ3. representatives on the Pueblo situation at Panmunjom.
School Bill Hits Jam
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) Floridas badly-split legislature went
back to the bargaining table Wednesday night after an angry flare flareup
up flareup in the Senate almost doomed a compromise $267 million educa education
tion education program gathering steam in both houses.
Tempers were cooled and at least the chance for a compromise
salvaged, leaders on both sides said, following a quick closed closeddoor
door closeddoor huddle in the office of Senate President Verle Pope.
Workers Still Jailed
Mrs. Carol Thomas and Irvin Lee Jack Dawkins remained
in jail Wednesday although Mrs. Thomas husband said he hoped
their release would come sometime that evening.
I hope it would be sometime this evening, Billy S. Thomas
said. The court order authorizing their release on bond is in
Tallahassee and were trying to arrange bond on this end through
the U. S. commissioner here.
The District Court of Appeals in New Orleans overruled two
previous denials of bond on Tuesday and ordered Harold Carswell,
federal district court judge in Tallahassee, to release the two
civil rights workers on SI,OOO bond each.
The court order for their release was sent to Tallahassee, where
bond for the pair was to be arranged. Although the court order was
expected to be in the district court office by 9 a.m. Wednesday,
it did not arrive until 3:30 in the afternoon, causing a delay in posting
bond.
According to Thomas, the U. S. commissioner who was to arrange
bond over the telephone once the court order arrived in Tallahassee,
was not familiar with all the steps involved. Thomas, a member of
the UF faculty, said, however, that he hoped the arrangements would
be made as quickly as possible.
A spokesman for the Sheriffs Office and the Alachua County Jail
said, Theyre still here, and there have been no changes. We
dont have any orders as yet. Theyll be released when we receive
a court order for their release or when they post bond.
Appeal Refused

party complaint because there
was no evidence that Hughes bad
; usurped his authority.
Student Government must
clarify its own laws/' OConnell
said. fe
OConnells decision not to act
on the appeal by James was met
with dissatisfaction from For Forward
ward Forward party leaders.
Charles Harris, Forward party
chairman, said OConnells de decision
cision decision came as no surprise to
me.*
I just hope the president rea realizes
lizes realizes the acute need for an ap appeal
peal appeal board, made up possibly
of UF law professors, he ad added.
ded. added.
James also expressed disap disappointment
pointment disappointment with OConnells ac action,
tion, action, stating, There is a need

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for a higher court to. appeal
questionable Honor Court
cases.
Widespread dissatisfaction
over the new election decision
prompted Forward party to push
for an appellate court.
Pete Zinober, Honor Court
Chancellor-elect, said Monday
he would appeal to OConnor
to override the decision.
However, two hours after mak making
ing making the statement Zinober
changed his mind.
Ive made a mistake and I
admit it, Zinober said after
making his decision.

VOTE

FORWARD PARTY MEMBER SAYS

Second Paper Needed

By HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Managing Editor
Talk about starting a second
student newspaper on the UF
campus is growing, Greg Jones,
4AS, told the Alligator Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon.
As I told you last night, Ive
been here for four years, Jones
said. We just started talking
about the fact were dissatisfied
with the Alligator and that we
feel it lacks editorial and intel intellectual
lectual intellectual responsibility.
The thing that is remarkable
to me is that after you ran the
article so many people greeted
the idea favorably. With people
talking like this it seems to me
the need to start another news newspaper
paper newspaper is real, Jones stated.
Jones, a member of Florida
Blue Key (FBK) and Forward

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party, stressed that the news newspaper
paper newspaper he envisions would not
be a partisan one.
Were not out on a witch witchhunt.
hunt. witchhunt. Were not crucifying the
Alligator. There needs to be
room for more voices on this
campus. Were against a paper
run for certain vested interests,
Jones stated.
Im not talking for a group.
I just would like to see a com completely
pletely completely dedicated, impartial and
honest newspaper where there
are no sacred cows, he con continued.
tinued. continued.
I dont think a student news newspaper
paper newspaper has any place coming out
as a political tool. Just the fact
that Alligator Editor Steve Hull
would endorse, when I pay stu student
dent student fees, and others pay stu student
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The possible father of a new
newspaper added The state of
things is that people have been
saying the campus needs two
campus newspapers. I agree with
them.
Nevertheless, Jones said the
chances of starting a new paper
here are slim. He said the prob problems
lems problems are almost insur insurmountable
mountable insurmountable unless help can be
acquired from Student Govern Government,
ment, Government, the Board of Student Pub Publications
lications Publications and other interested
groups.

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1, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, February 8, 1968

Ag Confab
Here Today
By SANDY BLOWERS
Alligator Correspondent
The problems and con consequences
sequences consequences of alternate uses of
agricultural lands will be dis discussed
cussed discussed at 9 o'clock this morn morning
ing morning by William K. McPherson,
professor of agriculture econom economics,
ics, economics, at a meeting of the County
Commissioners Conference in
the Reitz Union auditorium.
The conference slated to end
Friday got under way Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday morning with an opening
address by UF President Stephen
C. O'Connell. The conference
is sponsored by the Florida Ag Agriculture
riculture Agriculture Extension Service.
Charles F. Eno, chairman of
the department of soils, will
follow McPherson to explain
county procedures for obtaining
a soil survey. Currently his de department
partment department is engaged in a soil
characterization program in co cooperation
operation cooperation with the Soil Conser Conservation
vation Conservation Service.
, t
At 1:39 p.m. the necessity of
establishing uniform personnel
policies, procedures and clas classification
sification classification systems in county
government will be discussed by
Clifton Oliver, professor of Man Management
agement Management and Business Law. Pro Professor
fessor Professor Oliver has personally as assisted
sisted assisted local boards of county
commissioners and other offices
of county government.
Marshall O. Watkins, director
of the Florida Agricultural Ex Extension
tension Extension Service and dean of Con Continuing
tinuing Continuing Education, will relate how
the university and county govern governments
ments governments will handle the establish establishment
ment establishment of uniform personnel pol policies,
icies, policies, procedures and classifi classification
cation classification systems in the govern governments.
ments. governments. Watkins has served as
director of the Florida Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Extension Service for more
than a decade.
A 7 p.m. banquet at the Ra Ramada
mada Ramada Inn will follow todays con conference.
ference. conference.

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BIA Strives For Understanding

By GAIL PEARSALL
Alligator Staff Writer
International understanding
is our objective, said Anand
Gupta, treasurer of the Board
of International Activities (BIA).
The board is composed of the
presidents of the seven foreign
student clubs on the UF campus.
Gupta, also president of the
India Club, feels that the BIA
helps foreign students at the
UF feel more at home.
.
The BIA coordinates these
groups, sponsors International
Week every year, holds club
activities, and sponsors speak speakers
ers speakers and dances.
The more than 600 Arab, Chi Chinese,
nese, Chinese, European, Indian, Latin
American, Persian and Thai stu students
dents students at UF have the opportunity
to work and socialize with others
from their homelands through
the seven groups.

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featuring exotic acts from for foreign
eign foreign lands.
With the spotlight now on In International
ternational International Week, American stu students
dents students are becoming more con conscious
scious conscious of the international stu student.
dent. student.
Understanding is the key,
said Col. Glenn A. Farris, for foreign
eign foreign student advisor. We at
the Foreign Student Center try
to help the new student adjust to
the university and to America
at the same time. Most for foreign
eign foreign students have never visited
the United States before arriving
at the UF for classes.

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International Friendship helps
the foreign students fini living
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versity University Womens Club, it also
sponsors a welcoming dinner for
new foreign students.
Far from being restricted to
the foreign students, the foreign
student clubs welcome American
members who are interested in
learning more about other coun countries.
tries. countries.
We would like very much for
Americans to visit the center
and meet our students, and to
even join some of these clubs,

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§ By JOHN WOLFE £
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V Alligator Correspondent &
A Would you believe: >j
Richard Nixon will be the next president and Charles |
:£ Percy will be vice-president? A
:£ The Vietnam war will end this coming Fall? $
There will be a civil war in America in the year 2000?
Bobby Kennedy will never be President, but Ted Ken- £
A nedy will? 0 £
A You would if you were Russ Burgess, a parapsycholo-
A gist (mind-reader) and psychic. You would also believe A
£ that America will be first to the moon, Jackie Kennedy
£ will not remarry, Russia and the United States will be £
allied against Red China in 1980, and that Israel will £
£ win lasting peace in a 10-day conflict during 1972. £
§ Burgess, who made these predictions during a speech £
* at the Reitz Union Tuesday night, travels all over the £
A country from his home in Boston lecturing on parapsy- £
A chology, and is planning to publish a book soon. A
A Starting out by avowing he was not on a crusade for £
A ESP, and stating that his performance would not be £
100 per cent genuine, explaining that he would use visual £
>: cues as well as psychic powers, Burgess repeatedly dis- £
A played his powers of extra-sensory perception. £
£ Burgess had mailed a sealed letter to the university a £
week ago predicting Tuesdays headlines in the Gaines- £
£ ville Sun. The Suns main headline was Strike Hits £
* Seaboard, with a secondary line explaining that the £
£ Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen had struck the Sea- £
£ board Railway. Burgess prediction read, Railroad Train- £
£ men Strike Called This Morning. A
£ I am going to make mistakes, Burgess said. And £
* mistakes he did make, but they were few and far between. A
V 'V

Air Force General
To Speak At Dinner

Brig. Gen Allison C. Brooks,
commander of the famed Aero Aerospace
space Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Ser Service
vice Service of Orlando Air Force Base,
will be the featured speaker at
the annual Arnold Air Society
Dining-In Friday.
Brooks will explain the global
capabilities and missions per performed
formed performed by 107 life saving units
he commands.
Brooks, a command pilot with
27 years service, flew B-17
bombers and P-51 fighters on
65 missions during World War
II and is a veteran of the war in
Vietnam.
Brooks, whose command last
year saved almost 1,000 lives,
will expound on the role played
fcy his rescue forces in saving
lives, the services support of
manned space flights, space
hardware recovery, and their
emergency search and rescue
procedures.
Included among Brooks num numerous
erous numerous decorations are the
Legion of Merit with an Oak
Leaf Cluster, the Distinguished

Student Education Group
Adopts Employment Pledge

(TALLAHASSEE) The Student
Florida Education Association
(SFEA) executive board has adop adopted
ted adopted a five-point program includ including
ing including a pledge that no student
accept a teaching position in
September unless the starting
salary is at least $6,000.
Adopted at the SFEA annual
board meeting in Tampa Jan. 27,
the program package will be pre presented
sented presented to chapter members in
a series of four regional meet meetings
ings meetings to be held in March, ac ac,
, ac, cording to Miss Linda M.Schreer
of Miami, SFEA president.
Miss Schreer said the 3,000-
member student branch of the
Florida Education Association
(FEA) vowed full support of
teachers In their efforts to
achieve quality education in Flo Florida.
rida. Florida. Membership in the SFEA
is composed of junior college,
university, and graduate school
students who are either in col colleges

GEN, BROOKS
. . explains rescue
Flying Cross with two Oak Leaf
Clusters, the Air Medal with
seven Oak Leaf Clusters, the
Soldiers Medal, the Bronze Star,
and the French Croix de Guerre.

leges colleges of education or who pian
to teach following graduation.
In addition to a minimum sal salary
ary salary recommendation, Miss
Schreer said the SFEA board
also took a stand against per permitting
mitting permitting its members to accept
employment in a school where
they would be required to teach
out of field, in a school that
does not guarantee the teacher
an opportunity to participate in
policy making, in a school that
is not in compliance with the
Civil Rights Act, or in a school
system that does not provide
for inservice training and up upgrading
grading upgrading of the profession.

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Florida Alligator
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is u St
J[(l Harvey Alper Harold Kennedy
Awthirpu Executive Editor
Harold Aldrich Boh Padecky
News Editor Sports Editor
Its Florlds Alligator's official poaltloa os Isaacs Is siprssssd
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Witch Hunters

The Board of Regents
is on a witch hunt in
the good old-fashioned
style.
Regents Chairman Ches Chester
ter Chester Ferguson, of Tampa,
has told us that drastic
action will be taken
against persons who use
drugs on state university
campuses. Mr. Ferguson
has skid no student, pro professor
fessor professor or official linked
to illicit drug use will be
given a second chance and
that immediate dismissal
or removal is in order for
those who violate this edict.
We think the Regents
have missed a very im important
portant important point.
Even if the use 01 cer certain
tain certain drugs such as mari marijuana
juana marijuana is a bad thing (some (something
thing (something which is still being
debated) it is contrary to
the best spirit of American
education to scholastically
penalize persons for using
drugs.

Rather, in the spirit of
education, we would hope
that persons who have
broken the law would be
re-educated so that they
would not become offenders
a second time.
Obviously, the Regents
have missed the boat. They
want to expel people from

Clover Contest!

In lieu of Governor
Kirks tax proposals, we
think what this campus
needs is a little bit of luck.
Just on gumption, we
submit there are more four
leaf clovers on the UF
campus than on any other
campus in the country. And
we are willing to prove it.
Be it hereby enacted that
the first UF February Four
Leaf Clover Contest is be begun.
gun. begun.
The two categories are

the university because
these persons have a pro problem.
blem. problem.
Modern thinking on drug
abuse recognizes that the
use -of drugs is, much like
alcoholism, a medical and
psychological problem.
Drug use also happens
to be against the law.
But, we dont think the
Regents have got to go on
a witch hunt, a la Charlie
Johns, to ferret out the
use of drugs on Florida
campuses. Moreover, we
certainly dont believe that
persons either who are
found to use drugs now, or
who have used drugs in
the past, should auto automatically
matically automatically be expelled from
our university.
Lets get out of the
middle ages and recognize
a problem when we 3ee one,
Mr. Ferguson. And, lets
not just try to burn the
witches without helping
them solve their problems.
Higher education should
solve problems and not de destroy
stroy destroy people.
Mr. Ferguson, we urge
you to call upon your fellow
Regents to reconsider their
words and actions in re relation
lation relation to this problem.

Greeks and Independents.
All clovers must be taped
neatly onto white paper and
must be genuine lucky four
leaf clovers picked from
UFs campus. The entrants
with the most clovers will
receive UFs first annual
Lucky Clover Gator
awards.
All clovers must be
brought to the Alligator
offices by Leap Year Day.
Good Luck and happy clover
hunting.

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WALL TWAS AU-RI6HT Sort, Vo
KEE-P IT, WE pi-ENTV rAOPE g
THE FIFTH CO LUMN=^==s=se
Social Sunburn
=^=BY JASON STRAIGHT

Rednecks. Used to be, as long as they
stayed in their place and did their thing,
no sweat. But they're here. Here. On our
campus. No one knows just how many, but
reliable estimates given after last weeks
election place their number up to at least
7,000. Seven thousand.
And this isnt any simple old race bag,
either. Theyre living next door to us, dating
our little sisters, eating at the C J., Join Joining
ing Joining our Fraternities.
Now I know your initial raction is dis disbelief.
belief. disbelief. No way. Just no way it can happen,
right? I mean every one knows what a
redneck is, hes a good ol boy. Back in
high school he was 18 and we were only
16. He lived outside of town and drove a
raked 55 Chevy and had a *49 Merc up
on blocks in the front yard. He wore
white socks, blue-jeans, and a t-shirt with
a Lucky pack in the sleeve.
When you went home for Christmas break
he always embarrassed you in front of your
new collegiate friends by coming over and
asking How yall doing. But outside of
minor hang-ups like that, you generally
didnt mix. I mean you dug Sterling Moss,
he dug Junior Johnson. You read Catcher
in the Rye, he didnt read. Things like
that. But he never went to college. No
more. Now they* re everywhere. Infiltrating,
subverting, Mongrelizing.
But its not too late. The nouveau red
can still be identified. Your R.N.O.C. (Red
Neck on Campus) will usually:
read Valley of the Dolls and say it
wasnt as good as the movie.

DAVE DOUCETTE
Assistant News
JANICE SIZEMORE
Campos LiYlnc Editor

Alligator Staff
A Student Newspaper

suggest to his new steady date that
they go to church together.
make conversational ploys like Be
good, and if you cant be good, be careful.
look forward to spring practice.
get upset when his campus candidate
doesnt win.
talk jive when he meets Negroes.
~ decorate his off-campus apartments
with empty liquor bottles.
ask his parents to send him to grad
school to beat the draft and then call
draft card burners cowards.
ask the band to play Shout.
think that Sidney Poitier speaks for
your average Negro.
refuse to go to the Schooner Room
because of the old Pub influx,
-- so he goes to the Red Lion.
read the Alligator to stay informed
about current world affairs.
think that George Plimpton is an
independent.
-- snicker when he sees a supermarket
item on sale for 695.
think: Mantovanl records are roman romantic.
tic. romantic.
pronounce Truman Capote to rhyme
with connote and think that hes a lUC
English Teacher.
and finally, take himself too seriously
and get upset at articles like this.
So, watch out. They sneak up on you,
and before you know it youre buying Mus Mustangs,
tangs, Mustangs, going to see To Sir With Love,
agreeing with their ponderous statements
and even saying It depends on the individ individual
ual individual involved.

MICHAEL ABRAMS
Editorial Assistant
JOE TORCSA
EntertatiuDeat Editor



OPEN FORUM:
j\AjU\JJL (ml VIMMt
There is no hope for the complacent man/ 9

My God Is One Os Love

MR. EDITOR:
I have been silently contem contemplating
plating contemplating a reply to the column
written by James Cook entitled
The Naked Church, which ap appeared
peared appeared in your newspaper on
Tuesday, Feb. 6.
After much reflection, and re recognition
cognition recognition of the fact that the

'Closed CIA Talk

MR. EDITOR:
/ Last Thursday afternoon at
3:30 in Room 18 of Matherly
Hall, I had the dubious distinct distinction
ion distinction to be present at a seminar
which was addressed by Dr. King
of the Central Intelligence
Agency.
Upon sitting down, everyone
was informed that this sem seminar
inar seminar was not an open sem seminar
inar seminar nor an open forum and that
Finds Book
MR. EDITOR:
A chicken in every pot, a
textbook in every students
hand. Dont bet on the latter,
the former has more potential.
It is February and I finally
found one of my textbooks in a
book store on University Avenue.
This seems a bit ironic, as this
store happens to be under pri private
vate private ownership, and the campus
store is supported by public
funds: MY funds. Why should I
have to wait weeks for some of
my texts, when I have invested
my money (in apparently a
gamble) at UF? Let me once
again explain the difference be between
tween between a great university and a
great big university ....
STEVEN FRANK. 4AS
PALE RIDER RIDERno

Pastrami on On Rye Redneck Style

Awhile ago I made the quaint error of ordering a
hot pastrami" at one of UF*s campus cafeterias.
Acch. A sad story!
Real Kosher Pastrami" read the sign.
"Give me a hot pastrami on rye," says I, collect collecting
ing collecting my juices for well a pastrami sandwich!
Those of you from the bigger cities know whatof I
speak. A really first rate pastrami sandwich well
it defies description. Nothing is quite like it.
My mind wandered back to that modest delicatessen
in Miami Beach. It seemed years ago. Slice upon thick
slice of hot spiced pastrami that garlicious aroma
steaming Its way through buttery brown mustard
up through the heavy seeded rye bread warming your
entire circulatory system. Paradise!
A pastrami on rye and a huge dill pickle. Food for
the angels. And perhaps, more than food. An institution.
A challenge! It is motherhood and fellowship. It warms
you, cheers you, contents you. After such a meal
you are ready to tackle all comers. Yea, a loaf of
rye, pastrami, and thou.

intelligence of our academic
community is above average, I
have decided not to respond to
Mr. Cooks personal thoughts
concerning the institutional
church. I am led to believe that
he expects the old and trite an answers,
swers, answers, as indeed most of our ad adversaries
versaries adversaries do.
My God is one of love, un understanding,

no RIDERno information would leave the
room. Was this done to pro promote
mote promote an air of true academic
inquiry and provoke intelligent
criticism?
Whether the seminar was de designed
signed designed to be open or closed is
not the question. The question
is rather one which involves the
use of university facilities to
cover up from the students, fa faculty,
culty, faculty, tax payers, and general
public certain secret or
classified research.
I presume a university faculty
member is concerned with re research
search research and teaching and a univer university
sity university student is concerned with
getting an education. I further
presume that education not only
involves rote memory, but im imaginative
aginative imaginative thinking, criticism and
actions based on these facets of
the educational process.
Nevertheless, this seminar
along with certain types of re research,
search, research, and certain types of re recruitment
cruitment recruitment on this campus are
closed to all the processes of
the educational system I assumed
previously.
It is possible my assumpt assumptions
ions assumptions are wrong. If so, I am not
attending a university, but a fac factory
tory factory contracted to do private
classifed research and to
produce a commodity: the stu students.
dents. students.
ED FREEMAN, 4AS

derstanding, understanding, and tolerance. Mr.
Cook obviously considers that the
Christian conception of God is
still that of a Zeus, perched upon
a throne of gold, attended by
courtiers, and who periodically
hurls thunderbolts of wrath and
destruction to the earth. Most
Christians just dont think this
way any more.
The teaching of Jesus Christ
is meaningful to those of us
who attempt to find meaning in
life. Confucius, Buddha, and Mo Mohammed
hammed Mohammed also address thoughts to
those who search for quality in
human existence. As a Christian,
I find much relevance in their
teachings.
I would welcome Mr. Cook to
visit my Sunday School class
(it has obviously been a long time
since he attended) in a rural
church, where, contrary to Mr.
Cooks personal opinions about
the institutional church, a group
of teenage people are discus discussing
sing discussing personal value systems and
human relationships.
I am glad that his column
affected me. We grow and be become
come become stronger when confronted
with different views. As long as
columns like this appear, it ex excludes
cludes excludes the possibility of the death
of Christianity.
J. LESTER DINKINS, 7ED
Gator Button
JTENURE^.
| DONALD 1

Meanwhile the lady behind the counter reached be beneath
neath beneath it and pulled out two slices of really the
sorriest two slices of bread I have ever seen. Each
thin brown slice sagged in the middle. It was the kind
of bread you might feed to your geese if you had
geese.
Excuse me, maam, but is that really rye bread?
She looked the bread over and suppressed what
seemed a vindictive sort of giggle.
What do you, mean, says she. It sure looks
like rye bread to me.
Well now, isnt this nifty thought I. My kind of rye
bread you can hit with a sledge hammer and it wont
show. Thick rye bread with a hearty crust. Juicy,
pungent rye that fights you to that last bite. Rye you
might write a song about, or dedicate poetry to; my
kind of bread. f-
One wonders if the world might be a finer residence
If prime ministers and presidents met over pastrami
on such rye bread. Imagine Kosygin sinking his choppers
into a real pastrami sandwich. (Actually, it seems

Thursday, February 8, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

Lunatic Rebels
MR. EDITOR:
Unlike A Concerned Professor, I do not believe that the Jones
types are indispensable or that they are necessarily seeking the
truth. If they are in fact seeking the disruption or destruction of the
university community, that community would abdicate its responsibility
for the preservation of its basic ideals by retaining them.
Were a member of the faculty simply to write an essay even as
poorly supported as that expressed by Professor Jones in his article
entitled The Role of the Faculty in Student Rebellion, this is one
matter. On the other hand, were a member of the faculty to stimulate
others to perform overt acts of rebellion towards the university and
the community at large, or were he himself to participate in such
acts, then I believe he should be summarily dismissed. A university
community under the pressure of constant and revolutionary acts
can hardly purport to be an environment which promotes free inquiry,
and it needs to protect itself against suchundermining.
Now the questions that should have been directed to Dr. Jones and
which even as a matter of professional ethics he should have long ago
made clear their answers are as follows: Have you, Dr. Jones,
actively attempted to promote rebellion of the type you have described
in your speeches and writing? Have you attempted to encourage acts
of rebellion through intimate meetings with students and others? Have
you yourself participated in such acts of rebellion, directly or in indirectly?
directly? indirectly? Were you retained on the faculty, would you say it is more
than likely or unlikely that you tfould participate in such acts in the
next few years?
If answers to the foregoing questions are in the affirmative, then
I would argue that Dr. Jones has clearly left the realm of philosophy,
or even the road of constructive activism, and entered into a type
of activity which essentially rejects democratic processes and takes
a cynical attitude towards the efficacy of education in solving social
problems.
In my judgment, universities, which have permitted actions of the
negatively rebellious and have suffered the accompanying turmoil,
retain a tarnish rather than the opposite. The educational climate
at the Universities of California, lowa, and Wisonsin, for example
has been badly injured by efforts of the lunatic rebellious. It is a fact
that in Latin America when the rebellious have achieved control,
scholastic standards and an atmosphere of free inquiry, have all
but disappeared.
In my view, the people involved in these acts are not interested
in scholastic standards and free inquiry. They are reluctant to have
a courageous judge give a dispassionate presentation of his views. They
fear having fellow students getting the point of view of the Dow Com Company
pany Company or of the U.S. military. These people are not only basically
non-intellectual, they are subversive to an intellectual point of view.
Their type should not be tolerated on a university campus.
L. J. BENNINGER
PROFESSOR OF ACCOUNTING
Re: Life In Little Hall
MR. EDITOR:
Little Hall is also where you can see 5000 Joe and Susie College*
stereotypes all dressed alike.
Little Hail contains numerous vanding machines that spurt forth
God only knows what.
Little Hall is where you see professors with longer hair than
their students.
Little Hall is a good place to have things stolen.
Little Hall is being bolted to the person sitting next to you.
Little Hall is wandering into the wrong room, because theyre
all alike.
Little Hall is formica desk tops that you cant carve little Greek
letters into.
Above all, Little Hall is frustrating, but thats par for the course.
GORDON GALBRAITH, 2UC

BY MICHAEL ABRAMS

blasphemous but how nice it would be to see the
poor creature smile)
Would you like mustard or ketchup?" she asked.
Ketchup! On pastrami? Heresy! Anyone who would
eat pastrami with ketchup on it deserves to be hung
from the nearest traffic light by his suspenders.
Better you should pepper ice cream or salt your
coffee.
And not the common yellow mustard. Rich brown
mustard with zip and sting to it. The kind of mustard
you fuel rockets with. Flaming, roaring mustard. Mus Mustard
tard Mustard that sings to you. The mustard that dances with
pastrami!
Then, oh then, she put on the pastrami. Thin? It
was almost transparent! And I used to think Gainesville
was cattle country. Mighty skimpy cattle!
Well now, Servomation, and UF. I am not to sure
it would be cricket to order another pastrami sandwich
here.
Such a disappointment cannot be taken too lightly.
It is simply uncivilized.

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I. -for sole |
FOR A Job Well Done Feel Feeling
ing Feeling clean carpets with Blue
Lustre. Rent electric shampooer
SI.OO. Lowry Furniture Co. (A (A---79-2t-c)
--79-2t-c) (A---79-2t-c)
FOR SALE: Brand new double
bed with best foam rubber mat mattress
tress mattress has never been slept
on. Only S3O. Call 378-4126.
(A-3t-79-p)
LADIES 14K yellow gold Soli Solitaire
taire Solitaire diamond .52 Carat, flaw flawless
less flawless blue. Wedding Set. $700.00.
Call Ham Mathis, 372-9315, Rm.
230 after 5:00. (A-79-st-p)
PISTOL .38 super-auto. $6§.00.
Bucohelmet, face shield and book
strap. $15.00. Call 376-1134 after
7 p.m. (A-78-st-p)
1966 SUZUKI 50 cc. Recently
tuned and in top condition,
$150.00. Call 378-4707. Joe. (A (A---78-st-p)
--78-st-p) (A---78-st-p)
HONDA 50 Must Sell. NEW
clutch, rear end, electrical sys system,
tem, system, carb. runs perfectly. Must
ride to believe. Ask SIOO. Call
after 6 Bruce Cheen, Room
325. 372-9428. (A-78-lt-p)
TRAILER CABANA: 8 x 18.
Miami Windows, can move trailer
on lot or disassemble cabana.
Call after 6. 378-1817. (A-78-
3t-p)
FOR SALE: Blue and red suede
coat. Size 10. Full length. $45.
Call Lynn -i at 372-9412, after 7
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)
MOBILE HOME, 10 x 55, 2
bedrooms, 1 extra large. 1 1/2
baths. $2,800.00. Pinetlurst Park,
Lot 79. Call 376-5855. (A-75-
st-p)
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)
2 POLY COMM C.B. Radios,
8 channel selector, car antennas.
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)
1966 YAMAHA 50, Excellent con condition,
dition, condition, runs like new. Also two
helmets. Call 372-6381. Ask for
Karen in 214. (A-78-3t-p)
Get your FUR COAT reasonable
at Antique Emporium, 928 NW
4th St. Open afternoons. (A-78-
lt-p)
FOR SALE: 1967, Honda 50, 1,800
miles. $200.00. Call 376-576a.
(A-78-3t-c)
for rent
HARK! A cheapeth two bedroom
abode withe aireth-conditioning.
Three blocks frome ye ould cam campus.
pus. campus. $92.50, $75 for summer.
Calleth 378-6444, (B-77-3t-p)
FRENCH QUARTER Apt. 75
Pool Side Available for im immediate
mediate immediate occupancy. 378-7027.
(B-77-4t~nc)

1 for rent ~|
FOR .RENT: Large comfortable
corner room with lavatory and
two closets. Two blocks from
C.I. Kitchen privileges, day,
week, or month. 378-4645. (B (B---79-2t-p)
--79-2t-p) (B---79-2t-p)
2-bedroom, kitchen, furnished,
corner lot, 726 NW 31 St. Place
being remodeled. Off NW 6th St.,
slls-month. Owner onpremises;
quiet neighborhood. (B-79-ts-c)
LARGE 2-bedroom apartment for
rent. Ideal for 3 students. sllO
month, all utilities included.
Phone 376-8314 after 5:00. (B (B---68-lOt-p)
--68-lOt-p) (B---68-lOt-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)
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 efficiency apt. $70.00
per month, 1222 NW 8 Ave. Phone
372-5481, (B-78-st-pj
FOR IMMEDIATE Occupancy: 1
bedroom, furnished, pool, heat heating,
ing, heating, Air Conditioned, Near Health
Center. 376-6854 after 5:00 p.m.
- (B-78-2t-p)
APT. to sublease, Butler Gar Gardens.
dens. Gardens. Air. cond., pool, wall wallto-wall
to-wall wallto-wall carpets. Quiet, single
bedroom. Poloroid 220 camera,
brand new, Reg. $75. Now $60.00.
Call 378-3937. (B-78-3t-p)
wanted
NEED male roommates to share
2 bedroom apt. at Gator Town,
now. Call 378-5630. (C-78-2t-p)
2 GIRLS to share 2-bedroom
apt. at Landmark beginning
March. Call 378-5727. (C-78-
st-p)
ROOMMATE NEEDED for next
quarter. Last months rent, util utilities,
ities, utilities, and security deposit
already paid for. Call 378-3044.
(C-76-10t-p)
FEMALE Fourth needed to share
our University Gardens Apt. Con Contact
tact Contact Marti or Julie. 376-8154.
708-209 SW 16th Ave. (C-78-
st-p)
MALE ROOMMATE, 3rd quarter
at GATORTOWN. $42.50 per
month. No lease or deposit re required.
quired. required. Studious upperclassman
preferred. 372-6713. (C-78-st-p)
EMERGENCY Need ride to and
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Call George 372-9460. (C-78-
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MALE ROOMMATE to share 1-
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Mealth center. Excellent for
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ities. utilities. Call Bruce. 378-8537. (C (C---?6-5kP)
--?6-5kP) (C---?6-5kP)
WANTED 1 preferably 2 male
roommates to share 2 bedroom
apartment with fireplace, $25.00
per month plus utilities. Call
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ROOMMATES WANTED. Mal~>r
Female. Check with office of
University Gardens. 376-6720.
708 SW 16th Ave. (C.-76-st-c)

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| wanted |
WANTED: Coed to clean house
and cook for attractive, studious,
but messy law students. Meals
free. Joe or Dave,
(C-79-lt-p)
ROOMMATE wanted: Male. Nice
clean room. Maid and linen ser service.
vice. service. Call Adam after 3:00 p.m.
376-0096. Ver Reasonable. (C (C---
--- (C--- 3t-p)
r ..... j l
help wanted
HELP WANTED: Cashier, Day
or Night Shift, Call Harry Fehr Fehrman,
man, Fehrman, 378-1001 for appointment.
(E-77- st-c)
EARN EXTRA MONEY. Reliable
college student to work part time
for the Gainesville Sun Cir Circulation
culation Circulation Dept. Own trans transportation.
portation. transportation. Call Dennis Nicholson.
378-1416 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
(E-77-3t-ch)
DELIVERY Boys wanted. Hours
10:30 a.m. til 1:30 p.m. Apply
in person Larrys Poreboy Sand Sandwich
wich Sandwich Shop, 1029 W. University
Ave. (E-74-ts-c)
PART TIME HELP wanted. Must
be 21 years old. Pizza Hut, 378-
5761. (E-78-3t-p)
j cuto
1957 FORD. Dependable trans transportation.
portation. transportation. $85.00. Call 378-2746.
(G-76- st-p)

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1960 Silver FIAT 1500 cc Sports Sportscar.
car. Sportscar. Double overhead cam (OSCA)
engine, headers, new tires, seat
belts, roll up windows, good top
and solid body, $630.00. Call
378-8867 or (376-3261 Ext. 2412
after 7:00 p.m. (G-75-6t-p)
1960 CHEVROLET STATION
Wagon, V-8, power steering,
automatic transmission, heater,
radio, clean, one-owner. Best
60 in town. S4OO or best offer.
Ptyone 372-1079. (G-78-3t-p)
1967 SHELBY GT-500 COBRA.
Still under new car warranty.
Fully equipped. New in Decem December,
ber, December, less than 3,000 miles. 378-
3082. (G-79- 3t-p)
1965 CHEVROLET Impala Con Convertible,
vertible, Convertible, white, like new, extra
clean, radio, heater, from visit visiting
ing visiting professor who left USA. Buy
it and have success with dating.
Only $1,250.00. Call 372-0143.
(G-77-3t-p)

This is
little worried his future.
I m I LAWRENCE TURMAN
*d' THE GRADUATE.,
technicolor panavision r J
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ANNE BANCROFT DUSTIN HOFFMAN KATHARINE ROSS
SHOWN AT: 1:15-3:20-5:25-7:30-9:30 c

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'63 TRIUMPH Spitfire. British
Racing Green. Includes new tires,
soft top, and tonneau cover. Best
offer. Call 376-1866, Evenings.
Ext. 57bT daytime. (G-77-st-p)
MUST SELL 1965 Corvair Corsa.
4 Speed Stick, Good Condition.
Green with black interior.
$995.00 or make offer. Call 376-
8592. (G-77-3t-p)
1965 VW, 36,000 miles, perfect
maintanence record, SI,OOO. Call
378-2281 after 5 p.m. (G-78-
st-p)
:
personal
ALL PI BETA PHI actives, gra graduate
duate graduate or undergraduate, please
call Mrs. T. B. Else, 372-2242.
(J-75-6t-p)
WANTED riders to Lexington,
Ky. on the weekend of the 24th
(Feb.) private plane. $40.00 RT.
Interested? Call Frank, 376-
8367. (J-76-3t-p)

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INTERNATIONAL
ACADEMY
CALL
378-6142
or 372-1071
after 5 p.m.



personal
ROXANA, See you at the Green
Gator Saturday, 10:00 a.m. Cy Cyrano.
rano. Cyrano. (J-79-2t-p)
ANYONE KNOWING the where whereabouts
abouts whereabouts of Rex Gary Huffman,
please communicate with JohnK.
Mahon, Department of History,
Peabody Hall 206, Ext. 2967.
(J-79-2t-c)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to you, Jody
Ring!! (J-79-lt-p)
RIDERS wanted to Miami. Leav Leaving
ing Leaving Friday after 12:15 p.m. Re Returning
turning Returning Sunday. Call Louis: 378-
6903. (J-79-lt-p)
WHOEVER TOOK our fat little
calico cat, that was a pretty
lousy thing to do. Please tell us
where she is? (J-79-lt-p)
VIRGINIA What we have here
is a lack of communication! Lets
uncross wires. Frederick. (J (J---79-3t-p)
--79-3t-p) (J---79-3t-p)
CONGRATULATIONS to Ed Stab Stabler
ler Stabler As Champ of South 3 from
weary Bob, Hank, Julian, Klick,
Tom and Bruce. (J-79-lt-p)

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Meet The Gators
Here are some of the students who make your
Alligator the Souths finest college daily.
J ..
J/Kk mk
WiSlk*Steve Hull
Steve is the Editor of the Alligator, after serving on the staff
for three years as Executive Editor and Wire Editor. He
also worked for the Atlanta Journal and for Associated Press.
Editor Hull is California-born, but his present home-town is
Boulder, Colorado.
H ; Harold Kennedy
At 25, Harold is the Alligators Executive Editor, one of five editor:
who put each days paper together. He is from Bradenton and pre previously
viously previously wrote in the sports department of the Sarasota Herald-
Tribune and for the Manatee Jr. College Lance.

CLASSIFIEDS

Thursday, February 8. 1968. The Florida Alligator,

personal
MUST relinquish prepaid reser reservations
vations reservations for three in New Orleans
motel for Mardi Gras. If interes interested,
ted, interested, call 376-1631 Room 206
or 1104. (J-st-74-p)
lost-found
LOST: One Pearl necklace with
gold clasp between Hume and
Union and Gym Saturday night.
Sentimental value. Reward. Call
376-9133, Room 321. (L-79-st-p)
LOST: Mans diamond ring,
Frischs Big Boy, N.W. 13th St.
$50.00 reward. No Questions
Asked Contact Gainesville Po Police
lice Police Dept. (L-79- st-c)
LOST: K E log log duplex de decitrig
citrig decitrig slide rule green leather
case. Call Rick: 378-6994. RE REWARD.
WARD. REWARD. (L-78- 2t-p)

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TENNIS RACKET RESTRING RESTRINGING,
ING, RESTRINGING, satisfaction guaranteed.
Free pick up and delivery on
and near campus. Call M and R
Tennis Serivces, 378-2489. (M (M---59-18t-p)
--59-18t-p) (M---59-18t-p)
CAMPUS TAX SERVICE: $4.00
and up. Fast, dependable service.
Were at Rebel Discount. 1227
W. Univ. Ave. Hours: M-F, 3-9
p.m. Sat. 9-5, Sun. 12-6. Call
376-7430 or 378-6127.' (M-78-
10t-p)
ALTERNATORS GENERATORS
STARTERS Electrical systems
tested repairs. Auto Electric
Service 603 SE Second Street.
378-7330. (M-78-ts-c)

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PERSON
RECORDING STARS
NIGHTCRAWLERS
FRIDAY, Bpm
THE PLACE
809 W. Univ.
I BRAND NEW!!
PRO GOLF CLUBS
LESS THAN COST
1 set, left hand, MT Tourney
PRO irons, 2-9, plus wedge
Nicklaus Ambassador Woods,
S3OO value irons $l2O
woods S3O
1 set Jay Habert Spalding
4 woods
8 irons
S3OO value
Pro $135
1 set 4 woods $125 value
Pro Haig Ultra $65
1 set -1, 3,4, woods SIOO
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CALL STEVE HELLER 372-7275

WHATS
HAPPENING
By DAVID CHAFIN
Alligator Staff Writer
IN LOST LOVE: LovC at
Twenty, a movie sponsored by
the European Club has been can canceled.
celed. canceled. Instead, a flick titled Cl eo
From 5 to 7 will be shown.
It's in the Reitz Union Auditor Auditorium
ium Auditorium tonight at 7 o'clock and 9:15.
IN UNIVERSITY UNITARIANS:
A student forum and luncheon
will be sponsored by the UF
Unitarians in room 150 F of the
union today at 11:30.
IN THE DOG'S BEST FRIEND:
Lambda Gamma Phi will have as
its guest speaker Dr. W.R. Dud Dudley
ley Dudley at a meeting in room 357
of the union at 7 o'clock tonight.
He will speak on A Rare Breed:
The General Veterinary Prac Practioner.
tioner. Practioner.
IN FOREIGN CAPITAL IN THE
LAND OF THE HOME-GROWN
COUP: Dr. Stephen H. Rebock
will speak on Industrialization
in Latin America and the Role
of Foreign Private Investment
at the Business Administration
Seminar in room 18 of Matherly
Hall at 3:30 today.
IN INTERNATIONAL RELAT RELATIONS:
IONS: RELATIONS: TONGUE-TIED TO TOGETHER
GETHER TOGETHER VARIETY: The Portu Portuguese
guese Portuguese and Brazilian Club will
have a lecture at their get gettogether
together gettogether in room 347 of the union
at 8 o'clock tonight.
IN LAYING FOUNDATIONS
FOR THE FUTURE: The Stu Student
dent Student Contractors and Builders
Association coagulates in room
347 of the union tonight at 7:30.
(Well, youd be hurting for verbs,
too -- )
IN WATCHING THE WORD
COME IN PART II: Student
Government has an election party
in rooms 245, 246, and 235 B
of the union tonight at 7:30 p.m.
IN NO PROBLEM IS TOO
BIG TO HANDLE AS LONG
AS WE GET IT SOLVED BY
CURFEW: The Womens Stu Student
dent Student Association meets in room
150 C of the union tonight at
8 oclock.
AND WHILE WERE ON THE
SUBJECT: Panhellenic Council
odysseys into room 357 of the
union today at 4:30 p.m.
IN PUTTING UF IN THE
FOREFRONT: Campus Advance
advances into room 150 B of
the union tonight at 7:30.
UF Physics
Profs Take
Top Honors
The UF took top honors at
the recent meeting of the Amer American
ican American Association of Physics
Teachers in Chicago.
Dr. Stanley S. Ballard, chair chairman
man chairman for physics and astronomy,
was installed as president of the
organization, which has more
than 10,000 members from col colleges
leges colleges and universities through throughout
out throughout the nation.
Dr. R. E. Garrett, associate
professor of physics, won the
first place SSOO award in the
instructional film competition
sponsored by the association.
Based on the topic of heat
transfer, his film was judged
best of the single-concept in instructional
structional instructional films in competition
held for the first time this year.
The association's annual meet meeting
ing meeting was held last week.

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Tickets for Winter Frolics go on sale today at the Reitz Union
box office and Quik-Save Records, 1632 West University Ave.
Frolics is Friday, February 16, in the Florida Gymnasium at
8 p.m.
Tickets are available for 400 couples at $5 per couple. No single
admission is being sold. Frolics features the Hollies, a British
top-ten recording group, and Flip Wilson, a Dick Gregory-like
comedian.

NOW OPEN GAINESVILLE'S FIRST
KOSHER DELICATESSEN
SHIPPED DIRECT FROM MIAMI
KOSHER FRANKS S'ASHORE Dill PICKLES
KOSHER CORNED BEEF 10X (BELLY & NOVA)
KOSHER PASTRAMI SAUERKRAUT
KOSHER KNOCKWURST 8-8-0 BAKED BEANS
KOSHER COCKTAIL FRANKS PICKLED HERRING
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I THESE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE MANV ITEMS WE CARRV
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By ALLEN PIERLEONI
Alligator Staff Writer
And we had been drinking that
stuff and the world was turning
and spinning and double visioned
and near sick so we had to move
and decided to go to that place
where they bury dead people
and dig one up to see what death
is like.
So we drove and the street
wouldnt hold still and almost into
a phone pole and a parked car
that was triple and tires
screeched and the car stopped
and we were there. It was a
cemetery and we wanted a
resident.
So we piled out to visit and
maybe stay for a midnight drink
and we had that stuff in bottles
with us and a shovel and we
were looking for a fresh grave.
We found a tombstone marble
death smelling thing that had
fresh flowers on the black dirt
but they were dead and smelled
like something wax and around
death and we almost got sick but
cleared the flowers away and be began
gan began to break the ground.
We couldnt stand up so good
or see and kept falling down in
that black graveyard dirt that
smelled like dead flowers and
decay and we were covered in it
all black and damp with flower
petals in our hair and we were

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dead-flower children and we
laughed at the pun and kept dig digging.
ging. digging.
Finally someone broke the
shovel so we had to use our
hands and we got the dirt under
our fingernails and in our hair
and face and it wasnt clean dirt
Alligator
Feature
but contaminated dirt black death
earth covering a wooden home for
some unknown corpse.
Someone said why dont we see
whos down there and look at
the epitaph so we read it out
loud together and it sounded like
a song so we laughed and passed
the bottle around and we didnt
know the guy.
Whoever it was was a cynic
and probably drank quite a bit
because he wanted to be remem remembered
bered remembered by a line that went like
it is not that we all die in the
end that makes life hell rather
the fact that theres nothing we
can do about it.
So we quit digging at about four
feet down after reading this and
passed the bottle around again
and decided he wouldnt be glad
to be rescued and offered a drink

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because he was probably a man
who brooded over dying a lot
and was a real drag and wouldnt
be much fun at a party.
We finished the bottle and drop dropped
ped dropped it down in the grave and
covered it back up and took some
flowers with us for souveniers.
Only back in the car we looked
and they were plastic flowers not
real and made in Japan they
were artificial death graveyard
things that were really false
offerings.
Robot Helps
Diagnosticians
PORT WORTH, Tex. (UPI)
With assembly line effi efficiency,
ciency, efficiency, a machine has been
looking over Fort Wprth hospi hospital
tal hospital patients and finding things
neither they nor their doctors
may have suspected some
of the news is good and some
calls for caution.
The device is a Simultaneous
Multiple Analyzer, which runs
12 tests on each person from
a blood sample and can go
through 30 sets of tests an
hour.

VOTE



ATTENTION
NON-VOTING STUDENT MAJORITY

TODAY IS ELECTION DAY. SURPRISED?
TODAY IS THE DAY WHEN THEY (YOU
KNOW WHO) GO THROUGH THE MOTIONS
AND DECIDE WHOS GOING TO GET $380,000
(REPEAT $380,000!) TO PLAY WITH AT OUR
EXPENSE. THIS YEARS FARCE TOPS ALL
PREVIOUS E LE C TION S-COME.DIE S BE BECAUSE
CAUSE BECAUSE ITS TWICE AS LONG AND TWICE
AS COMICAL. BUT, WAIT A MINUTE .
DID WE SAY COMICAL? IS THROWING AWAY
$380,000 COMICAL? (eg. The Florida Quar Quarterly
terly Quarterly is out for next quarter due to expense
of this new election.)
A NECESSARY CHANGE
CANDIDATE CLYDE TAYLOR, IN A
SHOCKING MOVE, OFFERED TO PROVIDE
THE STUDENTS WITH A REFERENDUM BY
WHICH TO ABOLISH STUDENT GOVT ONE
YEAR AFTER HIS INAUGURATION. THIS
YEARS ANTICS ARE MORE THAN ENOUGH
EVIDENCE OF THE FACT THAT WEVE
WAITED TOO LONG ALREADY. TAYLORS
MOCK MAGNANIMITY, A POLITICAL PLOY,
HOLDS PROMISE FOR SOME PEOPEE. BUT
PROMISE AS SUCH IS ILLUSORY. NO ONE IN
STUDENT GOVT WILL EVER VOLUNTARILY
ABOLISH HIS OWN USEFUL INSTITUTION.
WHY WAIT, THEN, FOR HIM TO DO SO?
THERE IS NOTHING SACROSANCT ABOUT
STUDENT GOVT AS IT NOW EXISTS. IT
WILL NOT CHANGE SIGNIFICANTLY NO
MATTER WHO IS DRIVING IT. CLEARLY,
TO GET TOUGH OR MEAN BUSINESS
AND RUN FOR STUDENT GOVERNMENT
PRESIDENT IN ITS PRESENT FORM ARE
MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE PURSUITS. THE
TWO CANDIDATES ARE, BY DEFINITION,
TROTTING DOWN THE PATH TOWARD IM IMPOTENCE
POTENCE IMPOTENCE (IN THE POLITICAL SENSE).
THE STUDENT BODY HAS BEEN MIS MISREPRESENTED
REPRESENTED MISREPRESENTED FOR A LONG, LONG TIME.
WHY WAIT ANY LONGER? IF STUDENT
GOVERNMENT IS TO BE ABOLISHED, NOW
IS AS GOOD A TIME AS EVER!
A PROPOSAL
WE MUST START ANEW. THE INSTITUT INSTITUTION)
ION) INSTITUTION) CALLED STUDENT GOVERNMENT IS
AN ANACHRONISM MAINTAINED FOR AND
BY WOULD-BE BARRISTERS AND THEIR
CRONIES. THEREFORE, IT MJJST BE SWEPT
OFF THE CARPET BY POPULAR DEMAND.
IT WILL THEN BE TEMPORARILY RE REPLACED
PLACED REPLACED BY A PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE
WHICH WILL PLAN IMMEDIATELY FOR THE
ELECTION OF A STUDENT ASSEMBLY THE
MEMBERS OF WHICH SHALL, HOPEFULLY,
BE OF A DIFFERENT BREED THAN HERE HERETOFORE
TOFORE HERETOFORE OWING TO A BROADENED ELEC ELECTORATE.
TORATE. ELECTORATE. THE POWER BASE AND LEGITI LEGITIMACY
MACY LEGITIMACY OF THE NEW ELECTED BODY WILL
BE DERIVED FROM THE STUDENTS AND
WILL, IN TURN, OWE ALLEGIANCE TO AND
YIELD TO PRESSURE FROM NO OTHER
SOURCE THAN THE STUDENT BODY PER
SE. ALL ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES
WILL BE SUBJECT TO RECALL BY POPULAR
VOTE OF THEIR CONSTITUENTS AND ALL
MAJOR DECISIONS AFFECTING THE MAJOR MAJORITY
ITY MAJORITY OF THE STUDENT BODY WILL BE SUB SUBJECT
JECT SUBJECT TO REFERENDUM. SAMPLE ITEMS TO
BE CONSIDERED: ABOLISHMENT OF THE
HONOR COURT PERIODICAL JOINT
SESSION OF THE STUDENT ASSEMBLY AND
THE FACULTY SENATE THE DECLARA DECLARATION
TION DECLARATION OF A STUDENT CODE OF. ETH..CS,
GUIDELINES FOR STUDENT ACTIVITY ON
CAMPUS, REQUIRING THE APPROVAL OF
NO OTHER AUTHORITY THAN THE
STUDENTS THEMSELVES.

-FILLOUT
-DETACH
-DROP IN "BYE
BYE SG" BOX
ON CAMPUS

(Paid Political Advertisement)

THE CHOICE
IF STUDENT GOVERNMENT HAS NEVER
ENTERED YOUR MIND UP TO THIS POINT
(OTHER THAN IN THE FORM OF AN AN ANNOYANCE),
NOYANCE), ANNOYANCE),
IF APATHY IS YOUR OWN BRAND OF EN ENLIGHTENMENT
LIGHTENMENT ENLIGHTENMENT N LIGHT OF THE CHOICES
OFFERED,
IF YOU ARE OF THE ACADEMIC FRAME OF
MIND BUT NOT HOPELESSLY BLIND TO
SOCIAL REALITY,
IF YOU ARE SICK OF THE SILLY GAME,
(AND EDITORIALS AD NAUSEAM)
THEN, TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO BE
HEARD, STUDENT. TAKE A STEP TOWARD
CHANGE AND FEEL THE SATISFACTION OF
HAVING DONE SOMETHING FOR ONCE. The
ALTERNATIVES ARE ONLY TWO:
(1) CONTINUE TO INDIFFERENTLY AL ALLOW
LOW ALLOW THE GAME PLAYED IN YOUR BE BEHALF
HALF BEHALF TO GO MONOTONOUSLY ON
(2) ATTEMPT TO ALTER THE SITUATION
IN YOUR OWN FAVOR
IF YOU ACT IN YOUR OWN INTEREST AND
OPT FOR THE SECOND CHOICE, THE RE RESULT
SULT RESULT IS NOT IRREVOCABLE:
IF, AFTER A MONTH HAS GONE BY,
THE CHANGES WROUGHT BY THE NEW
ASSEMBLY ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE, YOU
WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO ONCE
AGAIN WIPE THINGS CLEAN AND RE REESTABLISH
ESTABLISH REESTABLISH YOU KNOW WHO
THE CHANCE IS HERE TODAY; IT WILL NOT
BE HERE TOMORROW. ALL YOU NEED TO DO
IS TEAR OUT THE COUPON BELOW, FILL
IT OUT, AND DROP IT IN A BOX ON CAM CAMPUS
PUS CAMPUS (THEY ARE LOCATED IN FRONT OF
THE LIBRARIES, AT THE MEDICAL CENTER,
IN FRONT OF LITTLE HALL, AND AT THE
HUB)
IF MORE BALLOTS ARE CASTFORTHE PRO PROPOSED
POSED PROPOSED CHANGE THAN ARE CAST IN THE
STUDENT GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS, WE
SHALL DECLARE OURSELVES THE DE
FACTO REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STU STUDENT
DENT STUDENT BODY AND PROCEED IN THE MANNER
PROPOSED ABOVE, REGARDLESS OF THE
RESULTS OF THAT ELECTION. THE STU STUDENT
DENT STUDENT BODY OF THIS UNIVERSITY SHALL
HAVE ITSELF THE BEGINNINGS OF A NEW
VOICE, A CLEARER, SURER AND LOUDER
VOICE THAN EVER BEFORE.
* *
s>
THE FOLLOWING ARE MEMBERS OF THE
PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE WHOSE FUNC FUNCTION
TION FUNCTION IT IS TO ARRANGE FOR THE ELECTION
OF THE STUBL-NT
ROBERT BENSON 7AS DAVID NOBLE 7AS
RICHARD HIRE 7AS CHARLES QLIVEROS 7AS
NANCY MAULL 4AS FRED FEVRIER 4MD
CHERYL NEEL 4AS

STUDENT GOVERNMENT MAKES ME
SAD; THE CHANGE PROPOSED AP 1
PEALS TO ME; I JOIN IN BIDDING
FAREWELL TO SG ( THE GAME, IN
FAVOR OF MY OWN INTERESTS.
NAME OR SN (YOUR OPTION):
CLASS RANK
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By JERRY SILBERBERG
Guest Reviewer
The movie Berserk was
concerned with three areas of
interest: Diana Dors revealing
her cleavage; Joan Crawford
showing her legs; and Ty Har Hardin
din Hardin who continually tries to suck
in his gut and prove he has some
muscle Under some excess bulk.
Coupled with a series of biz bizarre
arre bizarre murders, and the audience
convinced that Miss Crawford is
guilty, makes for some quasi quasitense
tense quasitense moments.
If you get past familiar cliches,
especially when Miss Crawfords
bored-away-at-school daughter
shows up, the lines are like the
ones we often use at home:
Where were you when I needed
you; I thought you were my
mother; etc., ad nauseam.
The picture does prove one
thing, if you drink Pepsi Cola,
you can remain young forever.
As a 51 per cent owner of Pep Pepsi
si Pepsi Cola, Joan Crawford\ proves
she is indestructible. Cast in
the role of Monica Rivers, cir circus
cus circus owner, Miss Crawford still
ranks as a good actress. If it
wasnt for her, the picture would
have been a total flop.
After the first murder where
the top performer, a tightrope
walker accidentally (?) gets hung,
Ty Hardin, who just happens
to be a tightrope walker, appears
on the scene. Desparate for a
new act, he gets hired by Craw Crawford.
ford. Crawford. He appears on the rope in
the old Army position: stomach
in, chest out. And, after a few
minutes you get the impression
he and Crawford are indulging in
some in-the-cabin-away-from in-the-cabin-away-fromthe-tent-extracurricular
the-tent-extracurricular in-the-cabin-away-fromthe-tent-extracurricular activ activities.
ities. activities. This is evidenced when
Diana Dors, alias Matilda, tries
to seduce him. You get a better
shot of him than Miss Dors.
But, even so, a sweater can
hide only so much.
And so, the picture continues
with a series of circus acts
sponsored by the Brooks Cir-

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UF Is Discriminated Upon
by bob padecky
sports editor

The recent Southeastern Conference coaches
meeting in Tampa gave birth to many prodigious
children.
One of the most outstanding was the statement
by UF President Stephen C. OConnell that UFs
athletic department doesnt practice racial dis discrimination.
crimination. discrimination.
One way or another that problem will be solved
in the future. But another little baby of a state-
ment was uttered at the meeting that created, at
the time, more controversy for this schools athletic
program.
A proposal recommended by the SEC athletic
directors and coaches provided that athletic grants
issued will be limited to a certain number for
spring sports.
This is a direct attempt by the leagues weakest
schools to curb the spring sport success of Florida
and Tennessee, said Norm Carlson, sports publicity
director.
The proposal stated the grants given were to be
full ones, meaning no partial help. However, most
of the athletes in UFs spring sports are on partial
scholarship.
This way we can get more athletes out for a
sport, thereby increasing the quality of the sport,
Carlson said.
But the other SEC schools, small fry as Vander Vanderbilt,
bilt, Vanderbilt, Alabama, LSU and Mississippi State, have poor
geographical locations to draw from. Consequently,
a limit on their scholarship program would not be
a hindrance they have nobody to give grants.
The proposal failed, thanks, in part, to behind behindthe-scenes
the-scenes behindthe-scenes work by Carlson.

Frat Intramurals To
Undergo Shake-up?

Fraternity intramurals could
be in line for a minor shakeup
if prevailing opinion should take
the form of action.
In a meeting at the gym, last
Tuesday, fraternity spokesmen
talked with Director of Intramur Intramurals
als Intramurals Spurgeon Cherry and Pro Program
gram Program Director Ray Rollyson.
Current problems, such as pro protests,
tests, protests, officiating and scheduling
were discussed.
The most talked about subject,
however, was the possibility of
substituting new sports in for
old ones. The sport currently
on the chopping block is water watertasketball.
tasketball. watertasketball.
Complaints over officiating,
roughness, unfair point-spread,
and use of pool facilities has
put a strain on the continuation
of the sport. Alternatives to wa waterbasketball
terbasketball waterbasketball that were men mentioned
tioned mentioned are tennis, soccer and
swimming.
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Fraternities liked the idea of
keeping swimming in the pro program
gram program without the roughness of
waterbasketball. A swim meet
with six individual events and
two relays drew praise from
many of the frats.
The problem is still being
discussed and fraternity men with
opinion;? on the issue are invi invited
ted invited to discuss them in their
houses and see Rollyson at the
intramural office in the gym.
Blue League Action
Pi Kappa Phi strengthened its
position as leader in the Blue
League with a 34-17 win over
Delta Sigma Phi. Bob Adams
led the Pi Kaps with 10 points.
Tau Kappa Epsilon beat Phi
Kappa Psi 32-13 as Mike Fike
pumped in 10 big points for
the TEKES.
In other Blue League action,
Russ Flynn and Henry Adorno
both hit for 12 points as the
DUs beat Phi Ep 37-17 in the
only other game played Tuesday
night.

VO T E

But next year will be another meeting, and the
proposal is expected to come up again.
So maybe this Negro situation will straighten
out with time with a heart transplant into the bigoted
brains and bodies of prejudiced Southerners.
But as for this proposal, its like the Civil War
all over again, brother against brother. Maybe with
time, these small fry will realize that somebody
has to win and somebody has to lose.
Wanna Swap Ray Graves ?
Ray Graves has been getting it from all sides
lately.
Queried about racial discrimination in his athletic
department, Graves has answered the question
many different ways.
Most of the comments have been along the line,
the people making the questions dont know what
they are talking about.
Late last week a letter to the editor appeared
in the Alligator, reading in so many words, Its
time for a change, exchange Ray Graves for a few
Negro athletes.
Graves was shown the newsworthy piece and got
his laugh of the day.
Ill tell you, Ill go for the idea. Ill trade myself
for a couple of O. J. Simpsons or Leroy Keyes.
You know, that would be a heck of a deal, having
Larry Smith, Leroy Keyes, O. J. Simpson in the
same backfield.
Now the question is, is Ray Graves worth that
much? -I

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Bobby Downs:
No Worry
About Draft

By DAVE REDDICK
Alligator Sports Writer
Bobby Downs doesnt have to
worry about the drafts.
Either one.
Last week, when the represen representatives
tatives representatives of the professional foot football
ball football leagues sat down and de decided
cided decided who they would call up,
Allen Leads
Pro Bowlers
AKRON, Ohio (UPI) Lefty
Bill Allen was comfortably
perched atop the official Profes Professional
sional Professional Bowlers Association mo money
ney money pile as of Tuesday.
The Orlando, Fla., native has
earned $19,150, giving him a
$6,550 lead over Mike Limongel Limongello,
lo, Limongello, the No. 2 man on the
bowling totem pole.
The 23-year-old Limongello,
of North Babylon, N.Y., won
SIO,OOO and a new automobile in
the $75,000 Cougar PBA Open at
Kansas City last Saturday, which
boosted his earnings thus far to
$12,600.
Dave Soutar, Detroit, Mich.,
is the other frontrunner with
$10,700.
Dave Davis and Dick Ritger,
the two closest challengers, are
about $3,000 behind Soutar.

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every college football player in
the country was listening, hoping
to hear his name.
Downs name wasnt called.
And each month, when the
United States decides who they
will call up, every college man
listens, hoping not to hear his
number.
Downs number wont be called.
He is in advanced Army ROTC.
Downs was not picked but team teammate
mate teammate Richard Trapp was. Downs
had hoped to be chosen.
Everybody who plays football
in college has ideas of playing
for the pros, but I really didnt
expect, to get drafted, Downs
said.

Packers Get Winners Cut

NEW YORK (UPI) Members
of the victorious Green Bay Pack Packers
ers Packers will receive $7,950.96 apiece,
the third largest winning share in
the history of the National Foot Football
ball Football League championship game,
for their 21-17 triumph over the
Dallas Cowboys last Dec. 31.
Arthur B. Model 1, president of
the NFL, also announced this
week that the Cowboys will re receive
ceive receive $5,878.90 for each full
share, a losing sum exceeded only
by the $6,527.85 earned by Dallas
the previous year in losing to the

BOBBY DOWNS


He said that he had enter entertained
tained entertained the idea of trying out in
the pro ranks but doesnt think
that he will.
Downs, who is suffering from
a case of the flu, was married
Jan. 2.
After graduation next year, he
will enter the Army for a two
year tour, after which he plans
to coach.
Many people expected Downs
and Don Giordano along with
Trapp to be drafted. But only
Trapp got the nod.
I just cant get it why Glo
wasnt drafted, he said.

Packers.
The Packers, which set the
record winning share of
$9,813.63 in 1966, voted 51 shares
and Dallas 45 shares for the game
played in near-unbearable sub subzero
zero subzero temperatures at Green
Bays Lambeau Field.

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worry about getting drafted by the
Army.
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Sasek First Gator
To Make Olympics?

By NEAL SANDERS
Alligator Sports Writer
Jose Sasek has the opportunity
to go to the Olympics this sum summer,
mer, summer, and if he makes it, he will
be the first Gator ever to make
it.
Sasek's sport is fencing, and he
has been named as one of the
40 qualifiers for the 1968 Sum Summer
mer Summer Olympics Fencing team. Out
of this number, up to five will
be selected to represent the
United States in Mexico.
Jose is without a doubt the
top fencer in the state/ says
Dr. E wen Clark, faculty advisor
to the Florida Fencers, the team
on which Sasek competes.
He qualifies in two fencing
events which gives him an added
chance."
Saseks drawback, however, is
his limited competition exper experience.
ience. experience. He has competed only on
the conference level, having to
pass up the national tournaments
due to lack of funds. The UFs
athletic department does not sub subsidize
sidize subsidize such trips.
There are two means of se selection
lection selection of the team members. The
fijrst is on points accumulated
during the previous year.
Here, Sasek meets only mini minimum
mum minimum qualifications, again, be because
cause because he has been unable to get
into national competition, most
of which is held on the west
coast.

Karate Seminar Planned

A self-defense seminar for
women will be offered at the
basement of Mallory Hall, next
Tuesday from 6-8 p.m.
All female students, faculty
and staff interested are invited
to attend. The seminar will cover
basic karate techniques that rely
on speed, accuracy and timing
rather than on strength.
Applications to release from
holds and choking will be covered
as well as the use of common
weapons such as the umbrella
to stop a would-be assailant.
Giving the clinic will be Dirk
Mosig, 7AS, state representative
and chief instructor of the U.S.
Karate Assn, in Florida. Mosig
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JOSE SASEK
o o o Olympic chance
The second criterion for se selection
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mance. performance. Here is where Saseks
greatest chances lie.
In his competition over the past
several years, he has demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated superior ability in more
than one area of swordsmanship.
I would give Jose a good
chance, commented Clark,
And his skill certainly qualifies
him. Im glad to see that he has
been able to get this far, and
I hope he can make the final
team.

Mosig runs his own karate club
in Gainesville, counting now with
Over 50 students, most of them
from the UF.
This self-defense seminar is
offered as a public service by
the U.S. Karate Assn, and there
will be no charge. Coeds par participating
ticipating participating should wear loose-fit loose-fitting
ting loose-fitting jeans and sweater and bring
and umbrella to the meeting.
The first presentation of this
seminar was two weeks ago, at
the American Legion Hall, and
over 30 coeds attended.
A replication using the
facilities of the Reitz Union ball ballroom
room ballroom is planned after the Mal Mallory
lory Mallory Hall seminar, if there is
enough interest to warrant it.

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