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Pot Smokers Defend Drug Use

(EDITORS NOTE: This is the second
of a three-part series on marijuana use
among UF students.)
By HAROLD ALDRICH
Alligator News Editor
Mary is a pretty UF coed. She dresses
well, comes from a good family. She
studies hard and makes above average
grades.
Mary likes people and makes friends
easily. She is vivacious. She is talka talkative.
tive. talkative.
Mary is, in short, a clean-cut, average
American college coed.
Except she pushes pot.
Why? Her answer came quickly, de decisively:
cisively: decisively:
A lot of my friends smoke pot. I
supply it for them. Its that simple. I
do it as a service.
Marys reaction to the question Why
do you use pot? typifies the attitudes
of nearly all the users interviewed by
the Alligator:
Why not? Theres nothing wrong
with marijuana, except its illegal. Its
no worse than drinking alcohol, she con contends.
tends. contends.
The 16 girls in Marys dormitory who
regularly purchase pot from Mary ap apparently
parently apparently agree. As do scores of other

VoL 60, No. 82

OF CAMPUS DRUG USE
No Increased Surveillance
Planned By Slate Officials

By HAROLD KENNEDY
Alligator Executive Editor
Eight days following announcement of a new Board of Regents
get tough policy on illicit drug use by university staff,
no increase of surveillance or investigation on university campuses
is planned by state officials.
But the Gainesville City Police have been stepping up over a per period
iod period of months their investigation of illicit use and sale of narcotics
within city limits, Chief William D. Joiner said Monday.
Joiner said that his departments increased investigations was
necessary to deal with the problem of illegal drug traffic in Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, which has become more of a problem lately.
Joiner declined to comment when asked if his department was
using plain clothes detectives on campus in its investigations.
Neither the Board of Regents nor the Florida Bureau of Law En-
Powell To Talk;
Fears 'Racists

Controversial New York Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Adam Clayton Powell
has tentatively accepted an in invitation
vitation invitation to speak on the UF cam campus
pus campus during Accent Week from the
Afro-American Student Associa Associa§
§ Associa§ Council Meets*
x
£ A new Student Publications
: Autonomy Act will be brought j:j
S up for its first reading tonight
:j: as Legislative Council meets £
at 9 in rooms 150 C and D of £
the Reitz Union. £
Also on the agenda is the £
>: canvassing of the election re- £
£ turns and the new constitution. £
£ Party caucases are at 8;30. £
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Florida Alligator
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heads (pot smokers) interviewed.
But it is still apparent that the majority
of the UF student body stays far away
from drugs, at least drugs like marijuana.
Their reasons for refusing drugs are
as varied as the reasons for using drugs.
Some contend that because drug use is
a violation of law, the potential benefits
of pot smoking are not worth ths price.
Why should I risk my college career
and a few years in prison just to get a high
on, one non-user queried. Besides,
I dont need drugs to give me a lift. I
can get a good intellectual high on just

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

tion (AASA) and the Student Peace
Union (SPU).
According to Ed Freeman,
a spokesman for the groups,
Powell has tentatively accepted
the invitation on the grounds he
does not want to come to a racist
campus.
Freeman said Powell wants
armed guards if he comes on
campus.
A spokesman at Powells office
in Washington, D. C., could not
confirm the AASA-SPU invita invitation.
tion. invitation. Powell could not be reached
by telephone Monday at his resi residence
dence residence on Bimini in the Bahamas.
An invitation to Powell to speak
during Accent week was recalled
by the Accent Executive Commit Committee
tee Committee in January.

t.
POT ON
CAMPUS

forcement (FBLE) plan any changes aimed at increasing surveillance
of university campuses for drug law violators.
The regents at their meeting Feb. 5 called for stiff penalties ag against
ainst against students and staff of state universities violating drug laws.
Two days later Regents Chairman Chester Ferguson said drug law
violators should receive no second chance.
But the Regents are apparently leaving the matter in the hands of
the individual universities. By Monday, the Regents had taken no
action, except for the comments made during and following their
Feb. 5 meeting, W.G. Hendrix, Regents business manager, said.
Hendrix said he thought the Regents voiced only their opinions
on the drug problem and intended no action.
UF Presidential Assistant Mel Sharpe said that as far as he knew
UF policies on drug users was unchanged. According to the Student
Code of Conduct passed last year, students apprehended violating
drug laws faced only civil prosecution no UF disciplinary action.
Students seeking aid from drug induced medical problems would
receive needed attention with no fear of prosecution.
Although FBLE is increasing its investigation of drug law viola violations,
tions, violations, on a statewide basis, the increase is not aimed specifically
at universities, Commissioner William Reed said Monday.
FBLE is increasing its surveillance in areas where illegal drug
activity is prevalent, Reed said, but it would be grossly unfair
(SEE CRACKDOWN PAGE 2)
Dow Co. Protestors
Go On Trial Today

The 11 persons who were
arrested in last Thursday's
attempt to block Dow Chemical
from recruiting on the campus
will go on trial today in mu municipal
nicipal municipal court on charges of tres trespassing
passing trespassing after a warning.
They were arrested by campus
police in the Reitz Union
when they tried to block the
door to the University Placement
Office. The Student Peace Union,
who organized the demonstration,
was trying to prevent Dow from

staring at a particularly beautiful scene.
The reasons UF students gave the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator for their use of pot, despite its
illegality, also cover a wide range.
Some said they use it to combat bore boredom.
dom. boredom. Some claimed that pot expands their
consciousness, their awareness of the
world around them. Some contended
that pot smoking was a ritual among
close friends. And some said simply
that they enjoy it.
Mary said she smokes pot because
I enjoy it. I get a feeling of enjoying
things around me more. It isnt an orgy.

Tuesday, February 13, 1968

interviewing students for em employment.
ployment. employment. Dow makes napalm
for use in Vietnam.
Those arrested were: Robert
Fierstein, Martha Davis, Ed
Freeman, Bernie Reller,Richard
Zucker, Earl Johnson, Phillip
Mullins, Shelly Parker, Michael
Kurman, Marian Flum,andaman
identified as Lazarus. Only four
are UF students.
All were released on SSO bond
except Johnson whose bond was
set at $550.

It is a controlled thing that I can enjoy
with no worry about after effects/
She resents the term pusher. She
sees herself as providing a service.
She is quick to point out that she does
not make money off her sales.
Mary said pot sells at the UF for sls
or S2O an ounce. An ounce makes 50
to 60 joints. s
She also claimed that pot smoking
has definite beneficial results, such as
extroversion and honesty of expression.
Another coed, who has been using pot
for seven years, refuted Marys claims.
That sounds like the normal adolescent
garbage, she said. Pot is simply a
manifestation of America's drug culture.
Its aspirin in another form. People smoke
pot for the same reason they take pep
pills it gives them a temporary lift.
She labeled as nonsense the con contention
tention contention that pot expands the users con consciousness.
sciousness. consciousness.
People get so much out of pot because
they condition themselves to. There is
some kind of a mystique surrounding
drugs. Pot reaction is mostly
predetermined behavior, she emphasi emphasized.
zed. emphasized.
One fraternity man said he
(SEE DEFEND PAGE 2)


Faculty Panel
To Discuss
Marijuana
Legal, medical and psycholo psychological
gical psychological aspects of marijuana will
be discussed by a panel of three
faculty members Thursday at
8 p. m. in the University Audi Auditorium.
torium. Auditorium.
The discussion, sponsored by
the Forums Committee and the
Union Board, has nothing to do
with Regents Chairman Chester
Fergusons pledge last week to
get tough with campus drug users,
said Forums Chairman Charles
White.
It was planned over five weeks
ago, he added.
Members of the panel will in include
clude include John M. Flackett, assis assistant
tant assistant professor of law; Dr. Wil Wilmer
mer Wilmer J. Coggins, director of stu student
dent student health, and Dr. Sidney M.
Jourard, professor of psy psychology.
chology. psychology.
We picked this subject be because
cause because its often heard about and
thought about, White said.
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!, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, February 13, 1968

Pot Defended

takes pot to combat boredom.
He said most of his fraternity
brothers smoke pot every week weekend.
end. weekend.
Its a heck of a lot better
than alcohol. he said. You
can smoke a couple of joints,
be high for a couple of hours,
and then its over. No nausea,
no hang-over. Nothing. Its
great.
The basic question of why stu students
dents students smoke pot, why they need
a drug to gfet a lift out of life,
produced a variety of deeply
philosophical answers.
But one coeds reaction per perhaps
haps perhaps summed up the roost fre frequent
quent frequent answer.
I dont think pot smoking is
primarily an escape mechanism,
although that may be part of
it, she said.
But the main reason students
smoke pot is its different, uni unique.
que. unique. Look, why do people drink
alcohol? It relaxes them, itgives
them something to do.
Pots the same way/ she
continued. Except its a lot
better than alcohol. Its cheap cheaper,
er, cheaper, it doesnt last as long, its
a different kind of high. With
alcohol you lose perception. With
pot you gain perception.
What is it like to be high on
pot?
It's very hard to describe,
one student said. Its very,
very peaceful and quiet. You are
completely relaxed. Yet, unlike
alcohol, youre very aware of
what youre doing.
There is almost unanimous ag agreement
reement agreement among the heads inter interviewed
viewed interviewed that pot should be le legalized.
galized. legalized.
Making pot illegal is ridi ridiculous,
culous, ridiculous, one frequent user de declared.
clared. declared. All the old theories ab about
out about pots dangers have been com completely
pletely completely disproved. There is no
more wrong about pot than there
is about alcohol, cigarettes, diet

Drug Crackdown
to pinpoint college campuses as the centers of such activity.
Actually college student-drug users constitute a small percentage
of the illicit drug traffic in the state, Reed said.
FBLE is interested in stopping the professional drug traffic,
Reed said. The criminal syndicate popularly called La Cosa Nostra
is one chief wholesaler, Reed said. Sources of drugs are often Com Communist
munist Communist nations, particularly Red China, who enjoy considerable in income
come income from their sale, Reed said.
Reed said marijuana was particularly useful to criminal elements
because its sale brought badly needed income and because it was
useful in introducing beginners to hard drugs. TTiere are very
few addicts who did not first use marijuana, Reed said.
UF s representatives: 1
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| ==* Dan Sapp David Wilson <
I Tom stewart 8111 w orsham J
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pills or pep pills. Its a harm harmless
less harmless drug. People should be al allowed
lowed allowed to use it if they want
to.
Does pot smoking interfere
with school work?
Hell, no! one coed retorted.
I made over a 3.2 average last
term and was high every week weekend.
end. weekend.
Will the Board of Regents new
get tough policy on campus drug
users scare students away from
pot?
I doubt it, one student leader
said. Pot smoking is becoming
acceptable behavior. Fergusons
(Regents Chairman Chester)
little witch hunt cant change at attitudes.
titudes. attitudes.
And the beat goes on.
UF students and a 1$ of
them are smoking pot, des despite
pite despite the law, despite the crack crackdown.
down. crackdown.
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Percy
Declines
Candidacy
SPRINGFIELD, 111. (UPI)
Sen. Charles H. Percy said Mon Monday
day Monday he will not be a candidate
for the Republican presidential
or vice presidential nominations
in 1968 under any circum circumstances.
stances. circumstances.
With a verbal bow to Illinois'
other GOP senator, minority
leader Everett M. Dirksen, Per Percy
cy Percy said, My choice for Illin Illinois
ois Illinois favorite son is Everett Dirk Dirksen.
sen. Dirksen.
But Dirksen, appearing at a
joint news conference with Percy,
made Illinois GOP political pic picture
ture picture still more uncertain by re refusing
fusing refusing to say whether he will
be a candidate for re-election
to the Senate this year.
Quoting from the Bible, Dirk Dirksen
sen Dirksen said, There is a time and
a season for everything and to today
day today is not the day as far as
making an announcement about
seeking reelection.

Taylor Pledges To Seek
Qualified SG Workers

By JANIE GOULD
Alligator Staff Writer
Student Body President-elect
Clyde Taylor was busily inter interviewing
viewing interviewing students Monday for SG
offices on what he called a non nonpartisan
partisan nonpartisan basis.
He said he refused to hand
out SG jobs as political favors
at a party meeting Sunday at the
Theta Chi fraternity house.
Those rumors about politi political
cal political appointments irked me,
Taylor said. I told everyone
that Im making the decisions.
Taylor hasnt talked to Bill
Mcride yet about a possible SG
post.
I definitely will contact him
this week, in law school, he
said. I cant say what Id offer
because I dont know what he
wants.
Mcride, in his concession
speech Thursday night, offered
his services and those of his par party
ty party to SG. He could not be reached
for further comment Monday.
United-Firsts meeting was
spent in committee huddles and
financial matters. Taylor said
a lot of people were disappointed
that jobs werent handed out.
However, one U-F party mem member,
ber, member, who reportedly was disap disappointed
pointed disappointed by the meeting, said no nobody
body nobody was upset about the change
from political patronage to hiring
by achievement.
Everyone was apprehensive
about what Clyde would do,
said Andy Hall, political repre representative
sentative representative for Alpha Epsilon Pi
fraternity. I seriously doubt
that anyone was upset by
the change.
Taylor continued, That old oldfashioned
fashioned oldfashioned system of meeting with
your party and handing out poli political
tical political plums is dead. Were look looking
ing looking for good people from all
sides.

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viewing interviewing students this week and
next for jobs. People who want
an interview should call SG of offices
fices offices for an appointment or come
in person and leave a resume.
A secretary of finance and ad administrative
ministrative administrative assistant are at the
top of a list of appointments Tay Taylor
lor Taylor is studying now. Ten people
have applied for the secretary
position, he said, and both jobs
need to be filled immediately.
Taylor said other appointments
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a physical impossibility to
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The key to interviews, Good Goodrich
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pie peopie who have time to work.
In higher positions, like sec secretary
retary secretary of finance," he said, we
have to look for background.
Lots of positions are perfect
for green people though," he
said, people who want to get
their feet wet. Jobs like under undersecretaries
secretaries undersecretaries and secretarial and
clerical help."
A problem is getting people
from other parties to work, Tay Taylor
lor Taylor added.
I personally am going to con contact
tact contact Forward party and some
members of Contrived party,"
Taylor said. You don't have
to desert a cause by coming to
work for Student Government."



FIRST HAND REPO RJ**>**i^^
Chemical Mace Causes
Instant Burning, Tears

(EDITORS NOTE: Under the supervision of the
* University Police, Alligator reporter Bill Dunn ar ars
s ars ranged to have the chemical Mace applied to his
Seyes for experimental purposes.)
| By BILL DUNN
* Alligator Staff Writer
When the chemical deterrent Mace strikes the
ijlface, an intense burning and crying action takes
place. But the feeling is less painful than a rap
:jj: on the skull with a billy-club.
When the spray hits the face, a split-second
$ burning sensation results. Fumes rise into the eyes
activating the tear glands. The area of the face
hit with the Mace is numbed by the stinging action
:j: of the chemical. The recipient must keep his eyes
closed to avoid further burning.
The actual sting or burn of the chemical
blasts from ten to 15 minutes,
x All effects of Mace the stinging, crying and
5 reddening of the face disappear after 20 to
x 30 minutes, with the aid of cold water.

Alsobrook To Speak At SPRO

A1 Alsobrook, information di director
rector director for the Florida Farm Bu Bureau
reau Bureau Federation,. will speak to tonight
night tonight at the winter rush of the
Student Public Relations Organi Organization
zation Organization in room 347 of the Reitz
Union at 7:30 p.m.
Alsobrook has just returned
from Tallahassee where he was
lobbying at the special educa education
tion education session of the state legi legislature.
slature. legislature. He was instrumental
in pushing through a $2.9 mil million
lion million bill providing funds for the
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the way it is,
we wouldnt
needyou.

Kids choke on polluted air. Streets are jammed by
cars with no place to go. Italys priceless art and
libraries are ravaged by floods. This is.the way the
world is, but its not the way it has to be. Air pollu pollution
tion pollution can be prevented. Better transportation can
be devised. Something can even be done about the
weather. Many people at General Electric are
already working on these problems, but we need
more. We need help from young engineers and

The chemical Mace, a product of the General
Ordinance Equipment Corporation and available
only to law enforcement agencies, consists of less
than one per cent active tear gas solution that
is mixed with an oil base. The chemical is being
used extensively as a tactical deterrent by po police
lice police against unruly persons.
Dr. James Miliken, a UF professor, called the
chemical a poor mans nerve gas while Dr.
D. R. Kurtzman said there was pretty good clin clinical
ical clinical evidence that unless Mace is cleaned off
soon after application, it can precipitate catar cataracts.
acts. cataracts. \
Not so, said Chief A.I. Shuler of the Univer University
sity University Police Department. Extensive tests have been
conducted on rabbits and monkeys in which drop droplets
lets droplets of the chemical were placed into the ani animals
mals animals eyes without causing permanent damage.
Each man on the campus police force who is
armed with the deterrent has applied some to
his own eyes in order to realize its potential,
Shuler said.

invited to attend. Prospective
journalism students in University
College are especially welcome.

Tuesday, February 13, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

Diabetes Prevalent At UF

Approximately 50 to 100 UF
students hate diabetes and dont
know it, associate professor of
medicine, Dr. Joseph C. Shipp,
said recently.
Shipp said an estimated 200ad 200additional
ditional 200additional students know they have
diabetes, but are reluctant to
identify themselves and seek
help.
He said these students are self selfconscious
conscious selfconscious about their problem
with diabetes and try to hide it
from other students.
Adjusting to college life is
hard enough for the ordinary
student, said Shipp, but a dia diabetic
betic diabetic has special problems he
must adjust to college life.
Shipp said diabetes usually

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I, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, February 13. 1968

City Police
To Get Tough
On Bombings
}The Gainesville Police De Department
partment Department is pressing its investi investigation
gation investigation into the second bombing
incident within a month.
Capt. R.T. Angel announced a
get tough* crackdown after the
home of Asst. State Atty. Mack
Futch was bombed two week weekends
ends weekends ago.
The residence of Circuit Court
Judge J.C. Adkins Jr. was bomb bombed
ed bombed earlier in the month by two
kerosene-filled bottles thrown
through a window.
A passer-by noted the smoke
coming from the Futch home and
notified the attorney. Futch said
that the bombs could have killed
his entire family if he had not
been notified. He said he did not
suspect pranksters but rather
someone who means business.
Adkins, whose home was
bombed several weeks prior
to the Futchs blamed certain fac factions
tions factions at the UF.
Fla. Q uarterly
Needs Manager
v
The Florida Quarterly, the UF
literary magazine, needs a busi business
ness business manager, says Mike Maho Mahoney,
ney, Mahoney, editor of the magazine that
has been faced with financial
trouble.
The winter issue of the maga magazine
zine magazine will not be printed until
next quarter.
We need a business admini administration
stration administration student interested in
gaining some experience,* said
Mahoney.
The job would entail keeping
the books and correspondence
with state and local bookstores.
The business manager would be
paid for his work, said Mahoney.

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911 Students Bid
Farewell To SG

There were 911 students who
jointed in bidding farewell to
Student Government Thursday,
according to Dave Noble, one of
the members responsible for
a full-page Alligator advertise advertisement
ment advertisement addressed to the Non
voting student majority Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday.
The ad asked for all those
who are sick of the silly game
to fill out the coupon provided
and drop it in one of the Bye Byebye
bye Byebye Student Government boxes
around campus.
People were so responsive,
Noble told the Alligator Monday.
We received 911 coupons so far
and more are still coming in.
In an open letter to Student
Body President-elect Clyde Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Noble explains the signific significance
ance significance of the student response and
ends with a challenge The
911 of us think youve got to go
because, in your position, you
havent the will nor the capa capacity
city capacity to do anything worth do doing.
ing. doing. Prove us wrong.*
Noble said the response was
very surprising since the ad ran
only one day, which was cold at

that, and it was necessary for the
student to cut the coupon out,
write his name on it and drop
it in one of three Bye-bye SG
boxes.
There is a trend toward not
liking Student Government,
Noble said, and Now that a
precedent has been established
that number is bound to grow.

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dents Students League and operated his own
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Staff members do research
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Current UF enrollment figures
support the idea that women and
men are exchanging roles in
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While the field of education still
attracts the largest number of
both undergraduate and graduate
women students, girls are ven venturing
turing venturing into such fields as agri agriculture
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The enrollment total of 17,665
represents an increase of 1,227
over the 1967 figure of 16,438.
This also shows a decrease of
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Seven women are studying for
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lenges challenges this adage.
The world of the executive is
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While women are moving into
roles once occupied by men, the
latter group is not standing still.
Once the area of nursing was
thought the sole domain of women.
Two undergraduate men thought
differently when they enrolled in
the College of Nursing.
Although in the College of Edu Education,
cation, Education, undergraduate women
outnumber men, 1,160 to 289,
men are presenting a challenge
on the graduate level, 372 to
f 8
The School of Forestry is the
only major division where men
reign superior. An unidentified
forestry official said perhaps no
women enrolled in forestry be because
cause because they were afraid to climb
trees.

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, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, February 13, 1968

The
Florida Alligator
T Let The People Know
1 m Emol
J[lll Harvey Alper Harold Kennedy
Managing Editor Executive Editor
Harold Aldrich Boh Padecky
News Editor Sports Editor
Tto* 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.

Regents Pull Strings,
Union Board Jumps

The Executive Council of
the Florida Union Board
has rejected a proposal to
bring LSD advocate Tim Timothy
othy Timothy Leary to campus in
April.
The proposal was re rejected
jected rejected because, in the
words of Union Board
President, Ed Koren, the
board felt bringing Leary
to campus may cause"
people to think the UF is
advocating the use of
drugs.
And so, with a touch of
fear and a feeling for what
some may consider good
public relations, the Union
Boards Executive Council
decided to limit one mans
free speech and the right
of UF students to hear his
ideas.
Goodie.
We think the Union
Boards courage in this
matter is outstanding
outstandingly cowardly.
We are not debating the
fact that free speech has
limitations. We believe,
quite firmly in fact, that
free speech has its limits
and that these limits are
clear.
When one mans free
speech endangers the con constitutional

Good Luck, Mr. Taylor

Newly elected Student
Body president Clyde Tay.-
lor made a promise to UF
students Thursday night
and what he said deserves
a pat on the back*
Speaking of his 1,100 vote
victory over Bill Mcride,
Taylor said its not the
ultimate, but rather the
beginning of 14 months
hard work.
i> A
Mr. Taylor has made a
valid prediction he is
truly in store for many
months of hard frustrating
work.

stitutional constitutional rights of others
he must, sometimes re regrettably,
grettably, regrettably, be silenced.
The Supreme Courts
doctrine of clear and pre present
sent present danger has estab established
lished established this fact as law.
But Tim Leary presents
no clear and presentdan presentdanger
ger presentdanger to the UF. Tim Leary,
were he to speak on cam campus,
pus, campus, would not cause a
revolt or send hundreds of
students out into the world
advocating the use of hal hallucinatory
lucinatory hallucinatory drugs.
Our campus, and the
Union Board in particular,
has been frightened by the
Board of Regents pro pronouncement
nouncement pronouncement that the use
of drugs on campus will
be the subject of a strong
crack-down.
This is regrettable.
Yet, education requires
that a dynamic debate go
on in the midst of bitter
controversy. Education re requires
quires requires that men greet un uncomfortable
comfortable uncomfortable issues with an
open mind.
We think all issues facing
America should be debated
at the UF.
We think the Union Board
needs more courage and
the UF needs more debate.

Following on the heels
of Charles Shepherd, Tay Taylor
lor Taylor must continue the dy dynamic
namic dynamic leadership of his
predecessor.
The post of president is
not an easy one; when the
job is over, Taylor will
have been criticized
heavily.
We will be watching Tay Taylor
lor Taylor closely in the future
to make sure he lives up
to his promise of hard
work.
Good Luck Mr. Presi President,
dent, President, youll need it.

TWIGGY

TODAY MINUS K,c
''. - s>
The /Peace Creeps
*-i
BY 808 MORAN

Oceans are beautiful things. Like Jesus
on judgement day they separate the good
from the bad; the right from the wrong.
Governments too are beautiful. At their
word every ounce of decency can be re redirected
directed redirected into death; war becomes love;
peace, creeps.
Pickets, speeches, posters are just the
tail side of a shineless coin. Guns, planes,
bayonetts, napalm are the head side. Flip
it. Its only a game. Maybe, just one time,
itll come up tails.
How many peace creeps will it take to
make a creepy world? Thirty in a basement?
A hundred thousand in Washington? Two
hundred million in a country? Three billion
in the world? -- Thirty in a basement is
not near creepy enough.
A peace creep is an idiot who thinks
people are just that, people. But the war
king knows death is lifes only salvation.
The more dead, the more right; the more,
destruction, the more safety.
Without war, where can the human race
go? What can it do?
A universe is Waiting for our first
fumbling step. Its been waiting milions upon
millions of years. It can wait a little longer
while we kill each other; while we destroy
everything and begin anew.
Weve been fighting for ten thousand years
and look how far weve come. We may
not be on the moon yet. but we can blow
it up.
And when your brother folds over and
dies, you can take it out on the peace
creep. He wasnt there. He only wanted to
stop him.
Peace Creeps, read the sign. Holding
it was a very human looking person. He
was clean, good looking and neat. He even
smiled a little. God help us.

DAVE DOUCETTE
Assistant News Editor
JANICE SIZEMORE
Campos Living Editor

Alligator Staff
A Student Newspaper

He was standing in the cellar of the
union at the base of the stairs. People
were marching around him with signs de denouncing
nouncing denouncing Dow and death.
He stood very straight in his well welltailored
tailored welltailored suit, carrying his own sign. Some Someone
one Someone asked him his name. But he said he
didnt give it out to people who didnt
deserve it; arid he should know.
Some posters showed the burnt bodies of
children; the unseeing eyes of Dows vic victims;
tims; victims; or the corpse of God only knows
.what. His poster said Peace Creeps.
In some quarters the fear of nuclear
holocaust resides. Wars insanity of burst bursting
ing bursting light and rumbling horror was born
with this generation. And yet, in his brain
was the fsar of peace.
In peace lie the creeps. In war lie the
heroes; the strong who fought the good
fight; the victors who have tasted the glory
of conquest; -- the dead.
But the dead are valiant, rows upon rows
of headstones and poetic epitaphs written by
the bleeding survivors prove that. To die
for ones country is the ultimate, sur surpassed
passed surpassed otily by the pain of societys mother
who offers a product of love to the war
machine.
Peace Creeps, it sets well in the mouth.
Theres something satisfying about the way
the fat part of the tongue clicks against
the back of the mouth. Theres something
frightening when someone says peace is
creepy.
How can anything be saved by destroy destroying
ing destroying it? How many dead people make a
victory? How many wars can a planet
survive?
Fight them there; not here. Theyre not
really people if they dont live next door.

MICHAEL ABRAMS
Editorial Assistant
JOE TORCOA
Entertainment Editor



OPEN FORUM:
- -Amct ml ViMMt
There is no hope for the complacent man/ 9
Alligator Rules Campus?

MR. EDITOR:
Two weeks ago one candidate
won the student government
presidential election by a mere
eight votes. Yesterday his op opponent
ponent opponent won by one of the larger
vote margins in UF history. Why?
The student body apparently
wanted Mr. Taylor the second
time and my congratulations to
him, but why an apparent change
of almost 1,100 votes?
Ture, Mr. Houk didnt run again
and the turnout was better, but
are we really that fickle? Again
some blame must fall on the
voters who wanted Mr. Mcride
and didnt vote for him the first
time so his margin would have
been larger. But . these are
the fortunes of war and we must

Grow Up m ..
Adkins Decision Wrong?

MR EDITOR:
Don't you think its about time
for you to really GROW UP?
I mentioned something to this
effect in an earlier letter, which
you declined to publish. Now the
situation has degenerated to such
a point that I can keep silent no
longer.
Twice the Alligator has run a
full-page ad on the back page for
Bill Mcride. Twice the Alligator
has been delivered as usual,
masthead up. Twice the Alligator
has run a full-page ad on the
back page for Clyde Taylor.
Twice the Alligator has been
delivered BACK PAGE UP.
Be careful, Alligator. The stu students
dents students are by now used to oc occasional
casional occasional biased articles and less
than mediocre editorials. They
havent been accustomed to such
childish actions as your latest
move.
STEVE CUMBAA, 3AS
ED. NOTE: Alligators are de delivered
livered delivered masthead up.. This is
no guarantee that when you pick
your copy up, it will still be
masthead up. Both candidates had
their ads face up at different
pick up points during the cam campaign.
paign. campaign. Be careful, Steve, of faulty
generalizations.

PALE RIDER
Clyde Mcride Comes Across
"j MICHAEL ABRAMS

Sunday night and nothing to do. My roommate and
I had just received another kilo of marijuana and
were busy unwrapping the plain, brown paper. He
had his switchblade out and was cutting across the
twine. I was fingering my new pipe for the first
drag.
Know somethin, Abrams, drawled Bob in a Mil Milton,
ton, Milton, Fla., drawl. Back home the only pot we smoked
was a smudge pot.
Yeah. Betcha ol Chester F. would sure like to
see this.
Reclined shoes-out across the bedspread I strech streched
ed streched for the small cube of greenish-brown leaf and
the Zippo when suddenly there came three loud raps
at the door. Ani three more.
Get this junk outa hereput the weed in the clo closetdammit
setdammit closetdammit its the cops, I half choked. My room roommate
mate roommate snatched the pillowcase off his bed, stuffed
the junk into it and stashed it into the top cabinet
in one swoop. j /
Anxious and trembling I reached for the knob; slow-

unite behind our student body
president.
The student government is run
by the students, hopefully, and the
student body also plays an im important
portant important role in the campaigning.
Why then should the only stu student
dent student publication throw its great
power behind one candidate?
President OConnell didnt
back a candidate, why did The
Florida Alligator? I am fed up
with the way The Alligator runs
things in order to have its own
way ;
In my interpretation many of
your articles were slanted in Mr.
Taylors favor. There were elec election
tion election violations in the last elect elections
ions elections just as there were in pre previous
vious previous elections, if you would
bother to talk to honor court of officials.
ficials. officials.


MR. EDITOR:
The following letter was submitted to the ALLIGATOR on January
13th in reply to what I thought was a particular asinine editorial
(even by ALLIGATOR standards) insinuating that those helping to
challenge Judge Adkins decision in the Thomas-Dawkins contempt
case were themselves guilty of bombings and using Ku Klux Klan
tactics.
You did not see fit to print the letter at that time -- hopefully you
will now, as the letter is still appropriate. The recent action by the
sth Circuit Court of the United States forcing Judge Adkins to respect
the law by overturning his ruling denying bonds lends weight to the
possibility that Judge Adkins was also wrong in his contempt decision.
Letter follows:
Fridays ALLIGATOR editorial is once again wrong in its facts.
It is not a fact that Adkins decision has been upheld by a higher
court. No higher court has yet ruled on his decision. It Is a highly
questionable fact that Adkins made a legally sound decision. If
the ALLIGATOR chooses to call it a fact that Adkins ruling was
morally correct, it perhaps gives us some concept of what their idea
of morality is, but this does not make it a fact.
You speak of anarchy, lawlessness, contempt of court, disrespect
for law, etc. Has it ever occurred to you that it is at least possible
that Judge Adkins is wrong? . that Thomas and Dawkins are
serving time, not because they have broken the law, but because the
law was used in a lawless, contemptible, disrespectful way to punish
them for exercising their constitutional rights .
It is deplorable whenever a bomb is thrown. It is, I think, equally
deplorable that people should be accused of throwing bombs because
they express the belief that people should enjoy those rights guaranteed
by our Constitution. For the ALLIGATOR to insinuate that somehow
those who support civil liberties see nothing wrong with bombing
homes, or will now bomb white churches, Is not only contemptible,
but seems to me somewhat similar to the tactics used by the Ku
Klux Klan.
808 E. SHETTERLY, 3ED

Printing a picture with a check checkoff
off checkoff box having the name of For Forward
ward Forward Party on it in yesterdays
Alligator and the general slant slanting
ing slanting and attempt to picture only
Forward Party as an election
violating group was unfair. Both
parties were guilty of these vio violations
lations violations but one reading the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator received the impression
that Mr. Mcrides party was
the only guilty party.
I congratulate United-First on
its impressive victory.
I also ask the Alligator to use
better taste in the' future and to
think twice about the enormous
power it yields and the enor enormous
mous enormous responsibility it should use
next time.
ORHAN H. SULEIMAN, 2UC

ly and torturously the door squeaked open. I held my
breath.
There she stood. She wore a tangerine shift blind blinding
ing blinding in the soft yellow light above her in the dorm.
Her flaming red hair cascaded passionately over
shoulders sylphlike, and fell in luxurious tresses over
an angelic bosom. Her eyes sparkled emerald green
and blue at once as if freshly washed with tears.
A goddesswhose generous, ambrosial figure might
have been splashed on canvas by Degas, Renoir!
She put her finger to her red lips and began to
gigglea shy, maidenly giggle. Which one of you
is Michael, she said in a voice too soft. Im looking
for Michael.
Thats me and boy have you come to the right
place and by the way who are you and to whom do
I owe the pleasure of your visit. Come in. Fast.
Oh, she blushed, Why Mikey-ikemsyou can
just call me Pookie Rabbit!
I turned to my roommate who was staring blandly
into space wondering just what might happen next.

Tuesday, February 13, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

Man Among Many

MR. EDITOR:
- 4
Why has Governor Kirk infur infuriated
iated infuriated the populace in the realm
of education?
Is it because he set forth a
sound principle that one cannot
run a multi-million dollar pro program
gram program on a thousand dollar re revenue
venue revenue to the blind eyes in the
populace or maybe he is not doing
his job, is he supposed to re represent
present represent the State or just the edu education
cation education segment?
Kirk ruined education/' is a
popular phrase in circulation and
now how did he do it? Claude
Kirk is only one man among
many; even though he is a power powerful
ful powerful leader and member of the GOP
he Is neVer-the-less still in the
minority on Capital Hill.
Lets take a closer look at the

Torchia Does Not Have 'Word

MR. EDITOR:
A letter to the editor in the
February 6, issue of the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator is especially unique. The
letter to which I am referring is
the one entitled Saint Torchia
Has The Word. It is unique
because, unlike other letters
which only imply something about
the nature of the writer, this let letter
ter letter implies something about the
party responsible for allowing the
letter to be placed on the printed
No Fear In Love
MR. EDITOR:
In James Cooks article The
Naked Church (Alligator, 2/6):
His argument is extremely cogent
and well stated and I feel he is
to be commended for addressing
himself in a sincere and
serious manner to questions of
ultimate concern. Too often in
this area, when it is not ignored
completely, pious nonsense on
one side and sarcastic pseudo pseudohumor
humor pseudohumor on the other pass for wis wisdom.
dom. wisdom.
I would, however, like to com comment
ment comment on the writers statement
that Robbed of its proverbial
flaming sword, the Church stands
naked and unarmed.
A central assumption of the ar article
ticle article is that fear of Divine re retribution
tribution retribution forms the essense of
religion.
While this may be what it has
meant for many, including, sadly,
many clergy, this is emphatically
not the meaning of religion.
The point, I think, is summed
up well in chapter 5 of the first
epistle of St. John: he who abides
in love abidesdn God .. There
is no fear in love, but perfect
love casts out fear.
JOHN L. KOREY, 7AS

Hey, Bob, didnt yon have plans to go feed the
ducks at the union about now?
Abrams, he said, I dont know how you do it.
I just t'dont know. Why dont \I deserve this, too?
Pookie Rabbit turned to my roommate.
Easy, she whispered tenderly. She wiggled her
finger back and forth in admonishment.
You didnt vote for Clyde Mcride!
Clyde Mcride! So thats it, said I. Wasnt
he the candidate who came around to the dorms and
offered to improve our sex life around here if we
voted for him?
Thats right, Pookie Rabbit smiled. Clyde Mc-
Bride sent lil' ol me for you, Mikey-ikems, and here
I am, sweetums.
My roommate, who had- now turned three shades
of envy began to smile a strange, terrible smile.
Abrams, he grinned, didnt you tell me you voted
for the write-in candidate?
Sunday night and nothing to do. My roommate and
I had just received another kilo of marijuana.

Cabinet, men fighting in op opposition
position opposition to Kirk. Faircloths rul ruling
ing ruling on the proposed tax increase
(Kirk's) that it was unconstitu unconstitutional
tional unconstitutional was so far embedded with
his political aims that one could
not see the legal ones.
Has Kirk stagnated education?
Because he put a sound business
practice to work is education
ruined?
Everyone views our Governor
and not the opposition he is fac facing.
ing. facing. He only brought forth a
needed change to our State and
the old die-hearted Democrats
cannot see the benefit to our State
with unity.
Remember the Governor is
elected to serve the State, not
just the realm of education.
RAYMOND D. TRIPP, 3BA

page.
Such a trashy article is ter terribly
ribly terribly discrediting to the Univer University
sity University because it not only identifies
the whole student body with the
pitiful writer of the article but
it also reveals the sad lack of
integrity and even sadder lack of
responsibility on part of the per-
who allowed such debris
to further clutter the pages of
the Alligator.
TOM R. KELSEY, 4EG
d
Gator Button
- Negroes
MR. EDITOR:
POOR BOY WHO HAD A BALL
AS A KID: I disagree with your
opinion of Mr. Morans article
on the Negro ghetto.
Although his writing often gets
a little too syrupy and senti sentimental,
mental, sentimental, and he dwells on the su superficial
perficial superficial aspects of the problem,
he does make a point.
Perhaps you, too, played in the
dirt with your broken dump truck;
however, your environment was
not a reflection of immense sociaj
and economic barriers which you
would be very unlikely to over overcome
come overcome when you outgrew the child childrens
rens childrens world of dump trucks and
dirt. That is the difference.
MARSHA SULLIVAN, lUC

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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. $65.09.
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 CBI6O. Good condition,
extras, fiberglass bags. Can not
have car and bike, too. $375.00.
Call Tom at 327-8118. (A-81-
3t-p)
305 HONDA 1965. Excellent con condition
dition condition with extras. Make offer.
1523 NW 7th St. (A-81-st-p)
BUY ART WORK BY FAMOUS
ARTISTS Originals by
Picasso, Renoir and others. To Today,
day, Today, 10 a.m. -7 p.m., 2nd
floor, Reitz Union. (A-82-lt-c)
1963 LAMBRETTA motor scoo scooter,
ter, scooter, good condition. $190.00 or
$50.00 down $40.00 per month
with good credit references. Call
372-6010 evenings. (A-82-st-p)
for rent
SUBLET efficiency apt. $70.00
per month, 1222 NW 8 Ave. Phone
372-5481. (B-7 R-st-p)

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new lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath.
Living room, dining room and
family room. Near Littlewood
and Westwood schools. Central
,heat and air, dishwasher, dis disposal,
posal, disposal, fireplace and fenced back
yard. SIBO.OO per month. Call
372-6843. (B-81-st-p)
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT. Pri Private
vate Private offices 2 blocks east of
campus in Security office Build
ing. 1105 W. University Ave
Modern and AC. s6o.ooper month
including utilities. Call Ernest
Tew Realty, Inc., 376-6461. (B (B---76-lOt-c)
--76-lOt-c) (B---76-lOt-c)
LARGE 2-bedroom kpartment for
rent. Ideal for 3 students. sllO
month, all utilities included.
Phono 376-8314 after 5:00. (B (B---68-lOt-p)
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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)
wanted
MALE ROOMMATE for spacious
Apt. Excellent for study, comfor comfortable,
table, comfortable, 1 bedroom. 4 minutes from
campus. $42.50. NO DEPOSIT.
378-2135 weeknights. (C-82-3t-
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| wanted
2 GIRLS to share 2-rbedroom
apt. at Landmark beginning
March. Call 378-5727. (C-78-
st-p)
ROOMMATE NEEDED Tor next
quarter. Last months rent, util utilities,
ities, utilities, and security deposit
already paid for. Call 378-3044.
(C-76-10t-p)
y*"
WANTED!! Male roommates for
spring term or longer. Gator Gatortown.
town. Gatortown. 4 Man apt. and $170.00
per month CH-AC, pool. 378-
8982. (C-82-3t-p)
HOUSE TO SHARE. Perfect for
any girl or girls that like big
kitchens, real lawns, real mail mailboxes
boxes mailboxes and such like. Call me at
372-0968. (C-82-st-p)
I AM LOOKING for a particular
type girl who is interested in
earning money part-time. Com Commission.
mission. Commission. 9-5, 617 W. University
Ave. (E-82-6t-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)
NO LEASE. Female roommate
for private house -ownbedroom,
5 minute walk to Med. Center,
$31.25 per month. Share util.
Call 372-3940. (C-81-3t-p)
help wanted
HELP WANTED: Lady (18 or
older) to keep Church Nursery
(Pre-school children) from 8:30-
12:00 a.m. each Sunday morning.
$5.00 per Sunday. Trinity Meth Methodist,
odist, Methodist, 3536 NW Bth Ave. Call
376-6615. (E-80-3t-p)
DELIVERY Boys wanted. Bours
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)
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autos Zl
1965 VW, 36,000 miles, perfect
maintanence record, SI,OOO. Call
378-2281 after 5 p.m. (G-78-
st-p)
1961 CORVAIR, good condition,
$250 cash. Call 372-8122. (G (G---81-st-p)
--81-st-p) (G---81-st-p)
53 OLDS. Runs well. Very, de dependable
pendable dependable good for around town
transportation. $130.00 or best
offer. Call Bill, Room 404. 372-
9120. (G-82- st-p)
1966 PONTIAC LEMANS Sprint.
High Performance OHC-6, 3
speed, radio, sea green, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, best offer over
$1,800.00. 378-2016 after 5:00.
(G-80- st-p)
1964 MALIBU SS Silver blue.
Black buckets, 4 speed, new 327
cu. in engine, good tires, radio
rear speakers. $1,175.00. Call
Dick Curtis. 7-5 p.m. 378-2505.
(G-81-3t-p)
1960 SPRITE. New paint, top,
bearings. Roll bar. seat belts.
Can't afford car and wife. S6OO
or best offer. (G-81-3t-p)
1958 CORVETTE. Good interior.
Excellent Engine. SBOO.OO. Call
or See Brian Room 208, Yon
Hall. 378-2381. (G-81-st-p)
'6l Cev. Radio-Htr. Excellent
condition. Mechanically perfect.
Like New. Call 376-3261, Ext.
2896 or 372-3572. (G-81-3t-p)
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MARDI GRAS transportation,
round trip, sleeping space, all for
S2O. Leaving Friday morning,
23rd, back for Monday classes.
Call 378-4954 or 372-4433. (J (J---82-st-p)
--82-st-p) (J---82-st-p)
CATHY, Happy Birthday to a
small girl with a big heart
P. Z. and company. (J-82-lt-p)
Congratulations to Ed stabler
Zs Champ of South 3from weary
Bob, Hank, Julian, Klick, Tom and
Bcuce. (J-82-lt-p)
Jeff, I love you, Leah. (J-82-
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FOUND 1 mans wedding ring
outside Medical Science Build Building.
ing. Building. J. Hillis Miller Health Cen Center.
ter. Center. 372-1176 after 7:00. (L-81-
3t-nc) v
LOST: Mans diamond ring,
Frischs Big Boy, N.W. ;3th St.
$50.00 reward. No Questions
Asked Contact Gainesville Po Police
lice Police Dept. (L-79-st-c)
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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)
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CAMPUS TAX SERVICE: $4.00
and up. Fast, dependable service.
Were at Rebel Discount. 1227
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p.m. Sat. 9-5, Sun. 12-6. Call
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and near campus. Call M and R
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TAPE TRANSCRIPTIONS will
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LORI $
STORI IS
By LORI STEELE
Alligator Staff Writer

Somethings rotten and It
isnt in Denmark. It is right here
on campus. Its called the sys system.
tem. system. The goal is instant edu education.
cation. education.
At this point in the almighty
quarter, I feel like one of too
many mass-produced products.
For almost seven weeks, Ive
been pummeled by homework as assignments
signments assignments which have absolutely
read me into oblivion. And like
everybody else, Im expected to
regurgitate and spit back daily
what I read nightly instantly!
Who has time to think? I mean
really think? Like actually think
deep about what someone said in
a reading assignment? Then
again, who wants to think those
kind of things? Who has time
today to think about what great
minds whose thoughts have
spanned eons have to say? How
could their thoughts correlate to
Vietnam and draft and integrity
and patriotism and sense of duty?
How will we ever know if we only
read superficially?
Again, how many of us are the
wide-eyed idealists we were when
first starting college? At least
idealists in respect to having ever
entertained the belief or hope that
college would offer an intellectual
challenge? Bah, humbug. We are
offered the challenge of becoming
past masters at rote memori memorization.
zation. memorization. And this is called getting
an education?
Supposedly, college is a place
to live and grow and expand
energies in ways other than aca academic.
demic. academic. At least, the catalogue
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paints such a rosy picture. And
how many meet with frustrations
when trying to become in involved?
volved? involved? Years from now, eons
away, how many of us are going
to feel cheated of an education?
How many of us will ever find
time in this whirling world to do
what was hoped to someday do?
As a final note, look around.
How many kids are packing bags
and dropping out? How many are
staying in and enjoying it less?
How many are happy? Satisfied?
Are you?
Might Keep
You Awake,Too
Prof. Ernest Weckesser, Ph.D.
Purdue University
Dear Professor Weckesser:
My older brother tells me that
you can usually choose your own
seat in college classrooms. Since
I have the choice, where is the
best place to sit?
CjL.
Dear C.A.
There are some interesting
studies which show that students
that pick the front row seats
generally get top grades, those
that pick middle-of-the-room
seats get middle kinds of grades,
and those that pick the back
row seats get the poorest grades.
There are exceptions to this
of course. But why might this
happen? Why is it that the front
row students usually get the bet better
ter better grades?
First, they may be able to hear
and see better, so they dont
have as many distractions. They
can look to the blackboard and
the lecturer without seeing what
all of the other students are doing.
Perhaps most important of all,
serious and eager students tend
to choose the front row seats.
They are the students who have
the right attitude toward class to
begin with.
Other studies show that you
tend to become friends with
people you sit close to in class.
Therefore, I recommend that you
take front row seats when you can.
These kinds of students will be
the best influence on you.

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LEADERSHIP PROFILE
'No Conscious Prejudice
Says President Os LIT

By DEE DEE HORN
Alligator Staff Writer
While a minority of students
are protesting racial prejudice on
the UF campus, Kitty Oliver,
President of Lambda lota Tau
and the first Negro girl president
of an honorary or social frater fraternity,
nity, fraternity, exemplifies the reverse.
There are no conscious pre prejudices
judices prejudices towards Negroes, said
Kitty. It depends on the person.
If you have the preconceived idea
that people don't like you, then
naturally you wont getalongwith
them: I have not had any trouble
meeting or making friends.
In fact, the only reason I
havent rushed a sorority (social)
is that Id be unlucky enough to
get a bid, and I havent got the
money to belong.
Lambda lota Tau was Kittys
brainchild. She felt there was a
need for an English honorary so society
ciety society at the UF for English major
Nursing Roles
Not Recognized,
Says Yale Dean
By LINDA DANIELS
Alligaior Staff Writer
Nurses should gain a part in
planning health services and in
administrative policy-making
said Miss Virginia Henderson in
her speech on Changing Roles
of Nursing Thursday night in the
Medical Science Building audi auditorium.
torium. auditorium.
Miss Henderson, Dean of Nurs Nursing
ing Nursing at Yale University, is co coauthor
author coauthor of the Textbook of Prin Principles
ciples Principles and Practice of Nursing,
used by UFs college of Nursing.
She discussed the many roles
in which nursing has been cast.
The nurse is a mother substi substitute;
tute; substitute; the physicians assistant; a
substitute for the physician; co coordinator
ordinator coordinator of the services of wel welfare
fare welfare workers; and a teacher of
health or disease prevention. She
is also the patients alter ego.
There is a need for a strong
professional organization, a
printed register of nurses,. and
promotion of recognition by so society
ciety society of a nurse as a practitioner
according to Miss Henderson.
She added that UF is putting
into practice many of her beliefs.
Alpha Theta Chapter of Sigma
Theta Tau, Inc., a member of
the National Honor Society of
Nursing, hosted her visit.

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and minor students. Kitty printed
and distributed copies of a plea
to interested students to aid her
in organizing the present LIT.
Seventeen students composed the
first charter. From its start dur during
ing during B term in 1967, LIT has
grown in name and population.
Twenty-three students were
initiated in January.
The only requirements are
national ones, said Kitty. Each
prospective member must have a
3.0 average and 12 semester
hours or 9 quarter hours of Eng English.
lish. English. An application, a paper on
themselves, and a recommen recommendation
dation recommendation from a faculty member
are also demanded.
The misadventures of Kitty ap appropriately
propriately appropriately describe Kittys en entrance
trance entrance to the UF. She won an
oratorical contest sponsored by
. a state cosmetology firm in her
senior year at a Jacksonville high
school. Her English teacher
urged her to enter because there
was a $l5O first prize offering
that could be used in any man manner.
ner. manner. Her winning topic was
Challenge of Youth in Todays
World.
During the first month of her
freshman year Kitty spent the
scholarship money thinking the
money had been transfered to
her account at the depository. It
wasnt. Bills were due and the
Hub wanted their money. It took
a month of worry and several
calls to the .cosmetology firm to
straighten everything out. They
had forgotten to transfer the
money.

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KITTY OLIVER 0
heads Lambda lota Tau
Kitty, 3AS, is a native ofJack ofJacksonyille.-On
sonyille.-On ofJacksonyille.-On January 26, 6B, she
married Rick Oliver, a UF en engineering
gineering engineering student, one month
after her 20th birthday.
I love the UF. Ive met some
of the greatest people in my life
here, so I am not going to knock
this school. I want to get my MA
here. Once my husband graduates
we will move away because hell
never find a good enough
engineering job in Gainesville.
About her personal likes Kitty
says, unknown writers. I can truthfully
say Ive been rejected by some
of the best magazines.
Rick (husband) and I have been
featured as singers at the Bent
Card several times. I havent
gotten famous by singing either,
she concluded.

CAMPUS
LIVING
*
By DAVID CHAPIN
Alligator Staff Writer
(EDITORS NOTE: Anyone wishing to have a news item appear in
this column will please write up the name of your organization, the
type of event, pertinent facts about the event, the day, time, and place
of the event, and submit it to the Campus Living Editor of the Alli Alligator,
gator, Alligator, room 330, Reitz Union by 5 p.m. at least 24 hours prior to
;the event. Example: an event happening on Wednesday must have
information submitted to the Alligator by 5 p.m. Monday. A Monday
event must have information submitted to the Alligator no later than
5 p.m. Friday.
AT THE MOVIES: The Welfare State, a movie starring Ronald
Reagan, will start its first run showing for the Gainesville, Micanopy,
and Palatka area at the Young Americans for Freedom meeting to tonight
night tonight at 8 o'clock in rooms 362 and 363 of the Reitz Union.
IN'FLAT GETTIN IT: The UF Department of Music sponsers
a high-brow hoe down tonight with the appearance of Juan Serrano,
world famous flamenco guitarist. Serrano will do his pickin at the
Plaza theater at 8:15 p.m. All seats are reserved.
IN THE TUESDAY EVENING SUPPER CLUB: It will meet tonight
at 7:15 in the University Inn. All those 21 and over are Invited.
IN THE TUESDAY EVENING SUPER CLUB: Legislative Council,
UFs most superneat organization, moves forward to rooms 150 C
and D to have a meeting tonight at 8 oclock.
IN RIDING THE RAILS: The Law Dames hold court in the Box car
room of the Law School tonight at 8 oclock.
IN THOSE WHO MAKE US PAY PROTECTION MONEY
LEGALLY: The Insurance Society gathers in room 361 of the union
tonight at 7.
FOR WOMEN ONLY: The Womens Student Association meets in
room 355 of the union today at 4 p.m.
IN WORLD AFFAIRS IN MINATURE: The Board of International
Activities meets in room 316 of the union at 8 oclock.
IN GREEK-LETTER GOINGS-ON: Sigma Lambda Chi has a smoker
at 1005 SW Bth Ave. at 7 p.m.; Lambda lota Tau meets in room 150
F and D of the unioi) at 12:20 this afternoon; and Delta Sigma Pi
crowds into rooms 355, 356, and 357 of the union at 7 tonight.

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How To Stay Out Os The Army

By JOE TORCHIA
Alligator Feature Editor
The worst thing that could
happen to our country would be
to win this war/ said Mary
McCarthy about the Vietnam war.
And Conrad J. Lynn, author authorlawyer
lawyer authorlawyer of How to Stay Out of
the Army, agrees.
The resistance to the draft
today serves a basically political
purpose to compel the Pres President
ident President to end the war, Lynn said.

Hollies, Wilson
In IFC Frolics
By JIM SILK
Alligator Staff Writer
There are 100 tickets left for Winter Frolics this Friday in Florida
Gym at 8 p.m.
Tickets are $5 per couple. No single admission tickets are being
sold. The cost is still $5 if one person wishes to attend alone.
Frolics stars a British top-ten recording group, the Hollies, and
a Dick Gregory-like comedian, Flip Wilson.
The Hollies made their initial success with their first release,
Ain't That Just Like Me. Searchin' is their second hit and rapidly
reached Englands top 20. The group made the top ten in Britain with
their third record, a revival of an old Maurice Williams number,
Stay.
The Hollies first silver disc was earned by Just One Look,
which was number one in England.
Although their success may have begun in Great Britain, the five
young men from Manchester, in northern England, are no strangers
to U.S. pop record fans. Best known among their past chart-climbers
are Bus Stop, Pay You Back with Interest, Here IGo Again,
and Look Through Any Window.
Flip Wilson, 35, has been working as a comedian for 13 years.
His more subtle style of humor has labeled him a thinking mans
comedian.
Wilsons style and approach to humor have often made people
compare him with Dick Gregory. But Wilson is quick to distinguish
himself from Gregory.
I guess Im involved in the civil rights movement because I
am a Negro but in the manner Dick is, Id have to say no. If you
are a comic, your first obligation is to be funny. The message has
to be secondary to the humor, Wilson explains.
The TV-night club entertainer takes humor quite seriously. He
has written extensive laws and formulas of humor on notepads for
his own use.
Wilson, who writes all his own material himself, has the ambition
of becoming known as a master story-teller.
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In helping to achieve this pur purpose,
pose, purpose, Lynn wrote the book How
to Stay Out of the Army.* A
Guide to Your Rights Under the
Draft Law, which will be pub published
lished published Feb. 29 by Monthly Review
Press.
Lynn, a noted civil rights and
draft attorney, and a firm op opponent
ponent opponent of the Vietnam war, urges
young men to claim all their
rights under the draft law, and
to go into the courts and invoke
the Nuremburg principle if nec necessary.
essary. necessary.

BOOK REVIEW

The anti-war forces should
be aware of the technicalities
and loopholes in the draft reg regulations,
ulations, regulations, Lynn says in his intro introduction.
duction. introduction.
And he gives them to you.
In this book, which may be
very useful to several UF male
students, Lynn first describes
the Selective Service machinery
and shows how it is set up in
every community.
He then explains the method of
registering each male youth and
follows with a description of the
several classifications which is
comprehensive enough so that
every young man can get from it
a clear idea of the possible
ways he may be deferred.
In this clear, readable paper paperback,
back, paperback, Lynn even goes so far as
to discuss the Canadian haven,
the grounds of principle which can
be used to oppose induction and
what is involved in the courts
in the ultimate resistance to
service in the armed forces.
Men, if you want to stay out
of the Army, heres your Bible.
, >
It is Lynn's feeling that with
the aid of this handbook, the
young resister can secure his
rights without the assistance of
legal counsel, prepare a proper
legal foundation for his attorney
if the case should have to go to
the courts.
Fortunately, not all Amer Americans
icans Americans are sheep, Lynn says.
The youth of the sixties are
not as silent, cowardly, or apa apathetic
thetic apathetic els their immediate pre predecessors.
decessors. predecessors. Resistance to the
draft has sprung up all over the
country.

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Lynn has specialized in the
handling of drsift cases since
World War 11. He has handled
hundreds of draft cases, and
has some 70 in process at pre present.
sent. present.
It is not enough to have the
will to oppose the war. Every
possible Instrument which can
be used to obstruct the war
machine should be in the anti antiwar
war antiwar fighter's arsenal, Lynn
says.
Wealthy parents spend thou thousands
sands thousands of dollars securing a safe
deferment haven for their chil children.
dren. children. As much as possible, the

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information and techniques their
lawyers rely upon should be made
available to the most disadvan disadvantaged
taged disadvantaged person."
The price of this 130-page
paperback will be $1.25, so it is
debatable whether the "most dis disadvantaged
advantaged disadvantaged person" canaffordit.
However, if you start saving
your coppers now you can run to
your bookstore on Feb. 29 and
ask How to Stay Out of the Army,
Its cheaper than going to
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The Florida Alligator. Tuesday. February 13. 1968

Frats Better Grow Up
By Bob Padecky
sports editor

A Jewish fraternity on campus tried to fire your
Christian sports editor. Pi Lambda Phi, in a tizzy,
wanted my removal.
Monday afternoon, representatives from Tau Ep Epsilon
silon Epsilon Phi just tried to get rid of my column.
It seems that the Jewish contingent became some somewhat
what somewhat displeased with a pair of columns yours truly
wrote last week. They were written concerning
a variety of subjects, 6ne of which happened to be
Judaism.
Many statements were written for satirical intent,
(i.e.,) take a Jew to the confessional.
But the Jewish frats mistook the humor for libel.
One Pi Lam, in a journalism libel course Mon Monday
day Monday morning stated, We are going to get rid
of you. We dont know how yet, but we are.
You insulted us, you libeled us, chirped the
chastised Jew.

Stocks 'Sound Barrier
Dangerous At Daytona

CHARLOTTE, N. C. (UPI)
Stock car drivers may be on
the verge of their own kind of
sound barrier, one which will
make their already dangerous
sport even more so when they
line up Feb. 25 for the Day Daytona
tona Daytona 500.
CaleYarborough, the likable 29-
year-old who took the pole po position
sition position for the first major south southern
ern southern stock car race of the seas season
on season Sunday by turning the 2.5 mile
tri-oval at 189.222 miles per hour
in a Mercury Cyclone, said he
was in another world while
jrunning the fastest time ever on
a NASCAR track.

Cheerleaders Trying Out

On February 5, 80 girls and
18 boys began two weeks of in instruction
struction instruction on Florida Field, in
preparation for cheerleader try tryouts
outs tryouts this Friday.
Only three girls and two boys
can become fulltime cheerlead cheerleaders
ers cheerleaders because we have veteran
cheerleaders returning, accor according
ding according to Roddy Grubbs, general
manager of the Florida cheer cheerleaders.
leaders. cheerleaders.
Ten judges will choose the 24
top candidates Friday, and then
Monday, the cheerleaders board

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Ive got an airplane and I
do a lot of flying, but Ill tell
youl was going faster on the
track Sunday than Ive ever gone
in my plane, Yarborough said.
It is not the speed alone which
stood out in Yarboroughs mind,
but the G force associated with
the ride something which he has
never had to contend with be before.
fore. before.
It was the first time Ive
ever experienced a noticeable
G force, he said. It pulls
your face and you can feel your
skin pulling.

consisting of four members will
make the final decision of who
will be the 12 permanent and
who will be the 12 alternate
cheerleaders.
During the two week clinic,
the candidates must learn five
single cheers, and two cheers
involving a partner.
Replacing members of a sq squad
uad squad that came in first in the
nation in the National Cheerlea Cheerleading
ding Cheerleading Clinic held in Mississippi
last year will be very difficult,
said Grubbs.

But the Pi Lam failed to take notes in class,
for he knows that no statement, no matter how
malicious, can libel a group.
Lets face it, I cant libel a religion.
But TEP didnt see it that way, they called a
chapter meeting in my behalf to get rid of my
column. Pi Lam wanted my bod.
But editor Steve. Hull didnt buy the suggestion,
stating, Privilege of editorial comment and done
without malice.
If I have ever penned with malice, there are
surely people with much more justification for re removal.
moval. removal. Ray Graves would be one, for certainly
a man in his position is subject to criticism.
So put away your swords of paranoia, frats,
your thrust was very crude.

I ran two laps to qualify and
it took as much out of me as
25 laps did last year. Its just
another world, he added.
Yarborough said the G force
was first noticeable at 185 m.p.h.
and he expected the winning time
of the race itself would be right
at that speed.
We can run faster, but you
have to take into account all
the traffic on the track. Out there
Sunday, I was all alone but there
will be 49 other cars on the
track in the race. To run fast faster
er faster than 185 takes a whole track,
3. he commented.
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Murphree
Meets North
For l*M Title
j.
The Intramural Dormitory vol volleyball
leyball volleyball championship will take
place at 4:45 p.m. today with
Murphree area battling North
Four on Court Three by Perry
Field.
Both teams sport 5-0 records.

Floridas Rifles Ready
For The Match Saturday

By JEFF DENKEWALTER
A- Snorts Writer
Just as one swallow doesnt
make a summer, one match
doesnt make or break an entire
rifle season.
However, the National Rifle
association (NRA) Sectional
Match in Lakeland this Saturday
comes close to being the match
of the entire season for the Flo Florida
rida Florida Rifles.
As far as I am concerned
this is the championship match
of the year, said Captain Tom Tommy
my Tommy Smith, advisor to the Rifles.
National rankings for teams and
individuals for the entire year are
determined in this match.

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Representing the Gator marks marksmen
men marksmen in the NRA sectional match
will be Toby Muir, Lee Morse,
Jim Waugh, Kerry Chatham, Lar Larry
ry Larry Lundap, Lynn Peoples, George
Pringle and Connie Kostyra.
Our practice sessions have
been somewhat hampered by the
cold weather and the pressure of
mid-term exams, explained
Smith. However, I still think the
team can take first place.
Rifle teams competing in the
match include Miami, Florida
State University, Florida South Southern,
ern, Southern, Stetson and Florida A&M.
Strongest competition for the Ga Gator
tor Gator marksmen is figured to come
from FSU and Florida Southern.