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!, Tbe Florida Alligator, Wednesday, February 14, 1968

Page 2

UF Officials Pledge To Stop Pot

(EDITORS NOTE: This is the last of
a three-part series on marijuana use
among UF students.)
By HAROLD ALDRICH
Alligator News Editor
UF officials, although expressing firm
determination to stamp out marijuana and
other drugs on campus, have promised
confidential help to users who voluntarily
seek it.
They also sharply refute claims made by
many UF pot smokers that pot is harmless,
or at least no more harmful than alcohol.
Vice-President for Student Affairs Les Lester
ter Lester L. Hale reaffirmed Tuesday the uni universitys
versitys universitys willingness to aid students who
conscientiously and voluntarily seek
help for problems related to drug use.
He emphasized that student drug users
seeking help should not arbitrarily be
treated as discipline cases.
However, he did say that he has reques requested
ted requested the Florida Bureau of Law Enforce Enforcement
ment Enforcement to place a full-time investigator
in Gainesville.
Dr. Wilmer J. Coggins, director of
Student Health Services, although promis promising
ing promising that students who seek help will not
be reported to civil authorities, said,
Something is basically wrong with people

'Censor 1 Program Outlined

By JANIE GOULD
v Alligator Staff Writer
A policy allowing the Director
of Student Publications to tem temporarily
porarily temporarily withhold any illegal
material from print is now in
operation at the Alligator.
The Board of Student Publi Publications
cations Publications (BSP), the Alligators
governing body, approved two
sections of a new policy manual
which give the director this power
for the first time but provides
for a means for the editor to ap appeal
peal appeal to the BSP the directors
decision with 24 hours.
One section allows the direc director
tor director to remove all libelous, ob obscene,
scene, obscene, or otherwise illegal copy
from any student publication un under
der under the auspices of the BSP.
A second section permits the
director to review copy as cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances may require and
make recommendations concer concerning
ning concerning such to editors and/or pro proper
per proper staff members.
The director and the editor, if

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POT ON
CAMPUS

who have to take drugs to get a lift out
of life. This is not normal behavior.
One of the main dangers of marijuana,'
he contended, is that it may lead to
stronger drugs. The person who cant
handle the anxieties of life might overuse
marijuana and might go on to stronger
drugs to seek further escape.
Although apparently sympathetic to
users who voluntarily seek help, offi officials
cials officials were adamant that campus drug
traffic must be stopped.
Tjje sale and use of drugs is illegal
because of their possible health dangers,
Director of Housing Harold C. Riker said.
Every effort should be made by all con concerned
cerned concerned to help eliminate the sale and use
of drugs, he continued.

he appealed, would present their
arguments to a specially called
session of the BSP within 24 hours
of the directors decision to with withhold
hold withhold the copy.
Director Jack Detweiler called
the measures steps to define
the roles of the director and the
editor.
The original proposal, Det Detweiler
weiler Detweiler said, would have given the
director the right to review all
copy before publication. Det Detweiler
weiler Detweiler opposed it.
Reading copy often would be
concerned with matters of taste,
Detweiler said.
Other sections of the manual,
still under consideration, set up
guidelines for Alligator and Se Seminole
minole Seminole policies; state the quail quailfications

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fications quailfications and duties of the editors
and staff members; and name
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He warned student users that little
is known about the long-range effects
of marijuana. Certainly, not enough is
known to warrant the statement that mari marijuana
juana marijuana is no more harmful than alcohol.
Coggins agreed that pot smoking may not
be physically addicting. But he said there
is little chologically psychologically addicting, which is often
harder to cure than physical addiction.
Dr. Benjamin Barger, director of the
Mental Health Institute, agreed that pot
is psychologically addicting.
The real danger of pot, he said, is the
tendency of some users to become pas passive
sive passive and withdrawn.
Despite a pledge last week by Board
of Regents Chairman Chester Ferguson

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to get tough with campus drug users, UF
Vice-President Frederick W. Conner said
the UF has not as yet planned any change
from its previous policies.
Conner said, however, that he was sure
reports of widespread drug use will be
discussed Thursday at a meeting of top
administrative personnel, following the
return of President Stephen C. O'Connell
from an out-of-town business trip.
The university's official position, of
course, is that laws must be enforced and
obeyed," Conner added.
Regents Chairman Ferguson Is quite
right to be concerned about campus drug
use," Hale said. We have been aware
for some years that illegal drug use was
increasing."
Hale pointed out that Illegal drug use
can be curtailed only If concerned stu students
dents students and faculty members exercise their
obligation to provide Information, however
directly or Indirectly, that would leid
authorities to the serious offenders the
suppliers."
Hale emphasized that the university's
pledge to help students who seek it vol voluntarily
untarily voluntarily does not mean a soft" policy.
Students found using Illegal drugs will
be reported to civil authorities," Hale
said. "But students who seek help from
us will not be reported.



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Vol, 60, No. 83

Drug Debates
Must Stop,
Regent Says-
A member of the Board of Re Regents
gents Regents has reportedly requested a
UF official not to hold debates
on campus that deal with illegal
topics such as marijuana.
A panel discussion of the medi medical
cal medical and psychological aspects of
marijuana is scheduled to be held
on campus Thursday evening.
The alleged request by the re regent
gent regent member was aired Tuesday
evening on WUWU radio station.
According to Bob Mayer,
WUWU news director, Robert
Dawson, a member of the Reitz
Union staff, said in a taped inter interview
view interview Tuesday that a request
had come down to me from the
Board of Regents stating that
forums debating topics that iwere
legislated against such as mur murder,
der, murder, drugs and stealing should
not occur on campus.
Chester Ferguson, chairman of
the Regents said Tuesday that
such a request had not been made
by the regents.
Dawson, when contacted by the
Alligator, confirmed that he made
the statement on radio station
WUWU, but added the reports
were unofficial.
Coed Slayer
Gets Chair
Willie Samuel Rivers was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to death in the electric
chair after a motion for a new
trial was denied Tuesday by Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit Court Judge J. C. Adkins.
Rivers was convicted last
month of the first degree mur murder
der murder of Mrs. Carol Persons, a
UF graduate student.

COURT DISCLOSES
Hughes May Release
Reasons For Election

By BILL DUNN
Alligator Staff Writer
Honor Court Chancellor Bob
Hughes is expected to make pub public
lic public the reasons for his decision
to call last weeks re-election
after irregularities were
noted in the Jan. 25 general
election.
s~'
He said he would make the
statement sometime this week
when his studies permitted.
Hughes had earlier blamed ir irresponsible
responsible irresponsible actions by in individuals
dividuals individuals in the Jan. 25 election
rather than pressure from either
party.
Later, Hughes clarified that
that was electioneering in areas
prohibited by statute; ill-perfor ill-performance
mance ill-performance of duties of some officials
connected with the election; and
irregularities on the part of the
individual voters.
Hughes is expected to make the
statement after widespread

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criticism of his failure to reveal
the testimony that led to his
decision.
Forward party candidate Bill
Mcride, unofficial winner of the
first election by eight votes,
urged Hughes to make the testi testimony
mony testimony public before the second
election. Hughes would not do
so, claiming that keeping the
hearings secret would be in the
best interests of the student
body.
Forward party chairman
Charles Harris said the Honor
Courts refusal to release infor information
mation information on the election violations
denied the students the truth of
what really happened in the first
election.
Another spokesman from For Forward
ward Forward partys steering committee
charged that in not letting the
facts be known Hughes has made
a farce out of Student Govern Government
ment Government and perpetrated the greatest

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University of Florida, Gainesville

fraud in the history of the univer university.
sity. university.
Bill Wack, a member of For Forward
ward Forward partys steering committee
said that neither Bill Mcride
nor any member of the Forward
party committed any act which in
part of whole would have been
legal basis for a new election.

Student With Meningitis
Released From Hospital
A 21-year old UF student being treated for spinal meningitis
was released from the Medical Center Friday.
Jeffrey Erickson, 3AS, of Satellite Beach, was listed by hospital
officials Friday morning in extremely improved condition and was
released late Friday.
Two other patients were being treated last week by the Health
Center for miningitus. Michael Watson, 12, from Chiefland, was
listed in serious condition Friday. The condition of another small
Chiefland boy, Gary Crosby, 4, was listed as good.

Dow Protestor
Found Guilty

By ALLEN PIERLEONI
Alligator Staff Writer
Tne 11 protestors who were
arrested last week for attempt attempting
ing attempting to prevent Dow Chemical
Corp. from recruiting appeared
in municipal court yesterday, but
none were tried.
However, Edward J. Fine,aUF
student arrested for taking an
anti-protest sign from James L.
Hollis at the same demonstration,
was tried and found guilty of dis disorderly
orderly disorderly conduct.
Nine of the 11 protestors asked
for a continuance of their trials
through their attorney, on the
grounds of inability to obtain
counsel earlier than three hours
prior to trial tme.
Municipal Court Judge W. W.
Hampton postponed the nine cases
until 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday of
next week.
Michael Kurman requested
through his lawyer a trial by
jury, and Phillip Mullins claimed
that he was unable to afford a
lawyer and requested the court
to supply him with defense.
Judge Hampton granted Kur Kurmans
mans Kurmans request but told Mullins
that the court had no authority
to grant him defense.
The Constitution says you
have the right to an attorney but
this does not mean that you
will get one,* 1 Hampton said.
This court does not have the
authority to grant defense.*
According to Public Defender
R. A. Green, a defendant is not
entitled to defense from the court
for a misdemeanor under Florida
law.
You are not entitled to a
court-furnished attorney for a
misdemeanor under the present
Florida law, he said. Also a
municipal ordinance violation is
not technically termed a crime,
and a crime must have been com committed
mitted committed before the court can grant
free defense.**
Judge Hampton said that Kur Kurman*
man* Kurman* s case will be continued
along with the other 9 cases up
for continuance.
Edward J. Fine was found guilty
of disorderly conduct and fined
$25 or 10 days in jail. Fine de defended
fended defended himself and his examin examination
ation examination of witnesses was constantly
objected to by prosecutor James
Salter and sustained by Judge
Hampton.
Fine said that he did not con consider
sider consider himself a peace creep,*'

Wednesday February 14, 1968

the label on Hollis sign, and that
this was personally
rogatory* to him.
I think I was no more dis disorderly
orderly disorderly than Mr. Hollis,* Fine
said. Judge Hampton disagreed
with him, however, and ruled that
Hollis had a right to be in the
protest line with his anti-protest
sign.
The protestors requesting con continuance
tinuance continuance are Bernard Reller,
Marian R. Flum, Robert E. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Martha M. Davis, Janet S.
Parker, Edward Freeman, Ste Stephen
phen Stephen R. Jones, Richard A. Zucker
and Robert Fierstein.
The eleven protestors are
charged with willfully entering
into a premise of another and
after being warned to depart re refusing
fusing refusing to do so. Johnson, the
Negro who suffered campus
police Mace treatment, was also
charged with disorderly conduct..
War Film
Removed
From ETV
The Board of Regents labeled
a program on the Vietnam war
which was shown on WUFT last
week as controversial and has
asked subsequent showings of the
program be withdrawn from other
Florida educational television
stations.
According to Director of WUFT
Kenneth A. Christiansen,the film
was shown here before the re request
quest request was made by the Board of
Regents.
Christiansen said that the
Board wants the film withdrawn
until a policy concerning con controversial
troversial controversial programs on ETV
could be developed.
Board of Regents member Cla Clarence
rence Clarence Menser said, A lot is
being shown in the country to today
day today which shouldn't be shown
because it is anti-American pro propaganda.*
paganda.* propaganda.*
With the situation the country
is in today,* he said, nothing
should go over air without being
reviewed by somebody who is
responsible.
According to Menser, a pri private
vate private showing of the program
was given for members of the
Senate Committee on Higher Edu Education.
cation. Education.
This showing was prompted
after numerous objections to the
program were reported to the
Board of Regents.
The Committee was critical
of the film and labeled it as
communist inspired.** They
said it pictured American
soldiers as murderers.
According to Christiansen the
program consists of portions of a
film showing U.S. bombings in
North Vietnam.

Inside
Bible Expert
To Speak Here
Page Five



Page 4

I, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, February 14, 1968

2 Children
Die In Fire
United Press International
Two little children were burned
to death and a third injured in
a fire Tuesday.
Patricia Ann Whitehead, 2,and
her brother, Ricky Whitehead,
4, were killed in the blaze which
firemen said was caused by an
illegal kerosene heater. Clint
Whitehead, 5, was rushed to a
hospital where he was reported
iri good condition.
Get them out, get them out
sobbed Mrs. Martha Whitehead,
mother of the three children,
after Clint had been taken to a
hospital and firemen reported her
other children were dead.
Fire officials reported that the
fire in the frame duplex apart apartment
ment apartment blazed so fast that it would
have been almost impossible to
save the children.
The heater which apparently
caused the fire was one which
had its own fuel tank attached.
Such heaters are outlawed by a
city ordinance.
Firemen were called to the
scene at 7:05 a.m. Tuesday. Ac According
cording According to Gainesville. Fire Capt.
Hardy, the fire started in the liv living
ing living room of the frame house at
1027 NW 6th Place.
The family was Negro, and ac according
cording according to Hardy, had no con connection
nection connection with the UF.
Anthropologist
To Add ress
Latin-Americans
A noted anthropologist from the
Midwest will speak at a meeting
of the Latin American Club
Thursday, at 8 p.m. in the Mc-
Carty Auditorium.
Aided with authentic Indian
music recorded live and slides
of fiestas and people in the Peru Peruvian-Bolivian
vian-Bolivian Peruvian-Bolivian Highlands, Dr.
William Carter is to speak on
The Indian Fiesta: Art in Ac Action.
tion. Action.
Students and faculty are invited
to the free event.

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Taylor Inauguration
Set For Tonight ==

Clyde Taylor officially takes
over the reins ofStude
ment tonight as he is formally
sworn in as president of the stu student
dent student body in inauguration cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies in the Reitz Union Ball Ballroom.
room. Ballroom.
But the office of the presi president
dent president wont be an unfamiliar sight
to him -- he has spent the last
three days there, holding inter interviews
views interviews for cabinet positions and
working with outgoing president
Charles Shepherd on a smooth
transition between adminis administrations.
trations. administrations.
Shepherd, who says he already
has moved all my personal stuff
out of the office, has been
codifying correspondence, filing
cabinet members reports, and
advising on problems that will
be carried over into Taylors
administration.
Taylor will go to Tallahassee
this weekend, said Shepherd, to
meet other members of the

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Council of Student Body Presi Presi.
. Presi. dents (CSBP).
After that I dont know where
well go first, but after we get
back well know a little bit more
about what to do, said Tavlor.
Well know how the Others
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Prof To Speak
A national authority on cur curriculum
riculum curriculum and instruction, Dr. Her Herbert
bert Herbert A. Thelen of Chicago Uni University,
versity, University, will deliver the second
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in Education at 8:30 p. m. Thurs Thursday
day Thursday in Norman Auditorium.
Dr. Thelen will discuss
Grouping for Teachability, the
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Bible Expert Will Speak
To Religious Association

Dr. Allen Wehrli, noted auth authority
ority authority on the Old Testament of
the Bible, will open a new series
of programs and forums for the
University Religious Association
(URA). Thursday at 4p.m. in
357 Reitz Union.
The Florida Hour, open to the
public, will be a bi-weekly URA
presentation for the. Fdentbody.
Professors and students will be
invited to discuss topics sub submitted
mitted submitted by students, according to
Bob Hollmeyer, temporary
chairman of the Florida Hour.
Reflections on Ecclesiastes
(pessimism) and Job (optimism)
in the Light of Todays Pes-

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A supper in 150 B Reitz Union
will follow Dr. Wehrlis program.
Students interested in working
on the Florida Hour programs
can contact the URA office in
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Let Girls Visit Men

We think its time for a
change a change in dorm
rules and policy.
We think UF men should
have the right, and the
privilege, of entertaining
their lady friends in dor dormitory
mitory dormitory rooms at least one
day a week and for a period
of at least six hours on that
day,
Why the change?
Well, to begin with, we
think UF men are adults,
and, because our male stu students
dents students are adults we think
they have the right to en entertain
tertain entertain their friends in
dorm rooms at least on
weekends.
In the past this type of
program has been adopted
on a very limited basis
here. To our knowledge
such open house** pro programs
grams programs in the female and
male dorms have worked.
But, we now think some something
thing something bigger than a limited,
highly restricted, very
frustrating taste of free freedom
dom freedom is needed.
We think every weekend
should see an open house

Powell: A Scared Man?

The announcement that
Black Power advocate
Adam Clayton Powell has
tentatively accepted an in invitation
vitation invitation to speak here in
April is welcome news.
The black student group
that arranged Powells
appearance should be com commended
mended commended for their work in
bringing the controversial
speaker to campus.
However, there is one
thing that is rather unusual
about Powells tentative
acceptance he will only
speak at the UF on the
grounds that he has armed
guards to protect him from
any would-be racists.
Powells position is
rather surprising.
One of the reasons
ACCENT decided to retract
their initial invitation to
Powell was they felt the
censored New York Con-,
gressman might cause the
y-..rro population of

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To Let The People Know
Steve Hull
Editor

Harvey Alper
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Harold Aldrich
News Editor

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Boh Padecky
Sport* Editor

in every mens dorm. We
think the boys** have come
of age.
Objections to such a pro program
gram program will be raised. More
than likely the Dean of Wo Women
men Women will see such regular
open house programs as a
threat to the morals of
Florida women.
More than likely the Dean
of Men will fear his boys
dont have the self control
such a program might re require.
quire. require.
These views are under understandable.
standable. understandable.
But, we contend that you
dont legislate morality.
You dont keep students
from breaking the moral
code by saying No. you
cant visit here, youll have
to find another place.
So, lets open the mens
dorms as the womeu3
dorms occasionally are.
Lets open the doors in
those dorms, if necesshry,
when mixed company is
present.
We think its time for a
change. We hope you do too.

Gainesville to revolt.
Now the shoes on the
other foot.
Powell is afraid to come
to the UF campus because
he fears racists may
harm him.
It seems Powell has
heard that Gainesville is a
racist college town that
discriminates against Ne Negroes.
groes. Negroes.
Powells assumptions
may be correct.
The statewide publicity
which resulted from the
decision not to allow Powell
speaking privileges here
ha 3, it seems, caused some
Negroes to be. wary of the
UF.
The Accent committee
made a mistake when they
rescinded their invitation
to Powell; the ramificat ramifications
ions ramifications of the move are
now being felt.
We h£te to say we told
you so.

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= THE RATIONAL OBSERVER ========
A Valentines Day
Massacre
' BY LEWIS ROTHLEIN

Good morning, campus! It has finally
come, my favorite holiday, Valentines
Day, the day where I tell everybody how
much I love them. I think about many
things on V. Day I think that V. Day
must have more significance to those who
preach love, love, love, than to anyone
else. I think about people I love. I think
about people I dont love. I think about
things that irk me.

To Ferguson,
Who in due time
Will make smoking pot.
A capital crime.
To the quarter system,
Which, against convention,
Denies existence
Os the fourth dimension.
To proud Cassius Clay,
Whod bet a kings ransom,
That he was tall,
And dark,
And handsome.
To the Alligator,
Who could make an issue,
Os the kindling point,
Os toilet tissue.
To Ira Tux Brukner,
Whos campaign to me,
Seemed more Tweedle-dumb,
Than Tweedle-dee.
To Gainesville gas stations
Our country implores,
That they let known their secret
Os abolishing wars.
To the hippies who rave and rant,
At the fellow who wears a Gant.
And ban him socially.
And they call it love, you see.
To President O'Connell,
Who pledges allegiance,
To God, the flag,
And the Board of Regents.

V. Day to me is all those little irklties
that gnaw at my insides, constantly, grow growing,
ing, growing, until I cant stand it any longer.
Valentines Day is the day I release my
top 15 public irkitles so that either they
might be changed or proven wrong. I doubt
them to be changed. So in light of this
special occasion, I dedicate V. Day to all
these people I love

To powerful Taylor,
Political leopard,
Who says every morning,
The Lord is my Shepherd.
To Kirk, who predicts
Our schools fiscal fruition,
But wherefrom the money?
Quoth Kirk, intuition.
To Ray Graves who tells
To his football recruiter
If hes black and dumb, can him;
If hes white, get a tutor.
To the ROTCEE department,
In their defense I speak.
They require short hair,
Only four hours a week.
To those who judge others
By their clothes or their hair
Who are missing so much,
And dont even card.
To Otis Boggs,
Who should learn to talk.
The only word he knows
Is Walk.
In keeping with the new editorial policy
of this newspaper, I would like to end with:
THE QUOTE OF THE DAY:
I want talented people to work on mis
project, people who normally wouldn't work
in Student Government.
CHARLIE SHEPHERD,
IN REFERENCE TO THE RATH RATHSKELLER
SKELLER RATHSKELLER PROJECT.



OPEN FORUM:
'Di&Awt
"There is no hope for the complacent man."
Abolish SG?
OPEN LETTER TO CLYDE TAYLOR, OUR
FUTURE STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT
MR. EDITOR:
&
Dear Mr. Taylor,
Election day a small number of students and myself pruchased
a full-page in the Alligator to bring attention to a proposed alter alternative
native alternative to Student Government. We proposed that Student Government
be abolished and replaced with a genuinely representative instru instrument
ment- instrument I
We charged that the institution as it now stands is a farcical
construct of ambitious politicos who could not care less about the
interests of the majority. We maintained that neither you nor anyone
else in your position could make of student government any more
than the meaningless game it is. \
We asked for names (and/or student numbers) of those wishing
to abolish Student government. Although we had intended to have six
Bye-bye SG boxes for coupon collection, we were forced to limit
the number to three. Yet, in spite of the short notice, the unheard-of
request, and the problems of organization, weather, and classes,
the results proved overwhelming.
Nine-hundred-eleven students on this campus are so disgusted with
Student Government in its present and impotent
form that they voluntarily, with only the encouragement of a single
Alligator ad to direct them, dropped their names in a box and asserted
their will. This does not constitute any

COME AGAIN?
MR. EDITOR:
When does one have the power
to say not to go, stop, start,
or die? The answer may be
discovered by objectively obser observing
ving observing the rationality of applied
science as evenly related to in inherent
herent inherent induction.
While waiting in a doctor's of office
fice office one day, I happened to notice
a quiet picture of soft sunlight
slowly sifting through the deep
wooden wall.
Fre-odde is the 1,332nd ele element
ment element on the Periodic Table of the
Elements discovered in 1969 AI
(After Irving) by Oeden Fats HI
while experimenting in Vasa Vasaharle,
harle, Vasaharle, Mars.
The restoration of the mon monarchy
archy monarchy successfully led to the
development of large flowing fo focal
cal focal points and the emergence of
vast areas of professional out outlooks.
looks. outlooks.
In resolution of the above pro proposition
position proposition as based on the stated
facts, I submit that all people
are for display.
t
ARTHUR V. FREINER
GAINESVILLE

NOT LEERY OF LEARY

MR. EDITOR:
Congrats to Miss Tarler and
the Forums committee! At least
they are consistent.
I personally cant see the value
of Dr. Leary and the fact that
Gator Button
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really powerful percentage of
the student body but it holds great
significance for the future of
student government. We are cer certain
tain certain that these 911 represent a
far larger number of disconten discontented
ted discontented students who were either un uninformed
informed uninformed or were hesitant to
really decide. Nevertheless,
nearly a thousand students on
this campus made a move to toward
ward toward constructive change; this
action must be recognized as a
beginning.
Clyde Taylor, as president presidentelect,
elect, presidentelect, you will, in theory, soon
become responsible to these stu students
dents students who think you're a joke and
that the whole operation is a
sham. You should understand that
they will have another chance at
the next Student Government
elections. And at the elections
after that one. Their number will
grow and tbeir hesitancy and
apathy will eventually be over overcome.
come. overcome.
Remember that you declared
opposition to the campus po politicos*',
liticos*', politicos*', to the ambitious ma manipulators
nipulators manipulators in the institution you
will soon head.
We think that you'll drive that
meaningless machine along like
everyone has before you. We think
that your Maturity is good for
laughs and little else. In short,
the 911 of us think you've got
to go because, in your position,
you haven't the will nor the ca capacity
pacity capacity to do anything worth doing.
Prove us wrong.
DAVID NOBLE, 7AS

this week the neuvo-hip are fol following
lowing following Maharishl Yogi (actually
Casey Stengel in disguise) does
make Leary somewhat less
topical. (This in itself points
towards this great universitys
policy of keeping pace).
But the reasons given for not
having Leary appear border on
the unbelievable. I feel we get
worse publicity by having such
notables as Leslie Gore, the Hol Hollies,
lies, Hollies, etc. for our entertainment.
(FLASH! Frolics may be held
at The Place this year).
Honest, great leaders, we can
listen to someone and not neces necessarily
sarily necessarily become dope addicts or
political revolutionaries.
DENNIS SKIGEN

UF CAMPUS TV CENSORED

MR. EDITOR:
I was amazed to read in the
weekend paper that the directors
of UF T.V. station, Channel 5,
were forced to suspend a
scheduled showing of a film on
North Vietnam because they were
commanded to do so by state
officials. Hie film had already
been shown on the Monday night
series, N.E.T. Journal, and was
to have been repeated in the
regular scheduling of that series
on Friday morning. The objectors
called it dangerous propaganda.
I usually watch N.E.T. Journal
on Monday nights because it
shows excellent documentaries
on social problems and I have
been able to use several of them
in my course on social problems.
I saw this suspended film Mon Monday

LAURELS FOR ALLIGATOR
MR. EDITOR:

Way back in 1937 when I taught English in a college not far
from here we were not fortunate to have a daily newspaper to keep
us abreast of the day's news.
There are people my age who have little faith in you young people
but let me tell you that you people who are putting out a newspaper
like the Alligator deserve a great deal of praise.
I can remember back to 1930 and the Depression when the quality
of news writing and reporting in colleges throughout the nation
could not begin to compare to the modern day newspaper in college.
Two of your writers I want to thank specially because this lady,
old as she is, still enjoys fine and intelligent writing. First Allen
Pierleoni, who should write great novels God willing in the future,
and secondly, Michael Abrams who is the finest columnist I have
seen for a number of years. Thank you, Alligator.
V
MISS AGNES SMITH
ENGLISH TEACHER (RET)
GAINESVILLE

MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES

MR. EDITOR:
Re: Smoke Money -- Not Pot
Galen G. Nelson's letter stat stating
ing stating that there is a mind-expand mind-expanding
ing mind-expanding compound in the ink of one
dollar bills is entirely erroneous.
The mind-expanding compound is
actually contained in the dirt
which accumulates on the bill.
Although little research has
been conducted on the subject,
it seems that ordinary palm palmperspiration
perspiration palmperspiration reacts with the dirt

PLEASE Limit Letters To Hie
Editor To 350 Words - And Be
Sure To Sign Them. We Will Omit
Writers 1 Names On Request.

~7 T l T~iii~?7~S L i- i 1 i 1 1 V' i 1 T V f=jT7
well, there
Wednesday, February 14, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

day Monday night and thought it such an
artistic and compassionate doc documentary
umentary documentary on the Vietnamese
people that I wished all
Americans could see it.
The author, Mr. Felix Greene,
does not make any statements in
the film about what the American
people or their government
should do regarding this war. He
simply shows the same kinds of
scenes we have seen over and
over on commercial T.V. infilms
made by the French and the Jap Japanese
anese Japanese and by our own American
news photographers.
It is quite unnecessary for Mr.
Greene to draw any conclusions
or make any policy statement,
or even to condemn the mili military
tary military persons causing this havoc.
The pictures simply speak for

collected on the coin.
The problem with smoking
dollar bills is that once burned,
they cannot be used again. The
same combination of dirt and
palm-perspiration can be found
on virtually every American coin.
The effect of sucking a mouth mouthful
ful mouthful of pennies, nickles and dimes
is the same as smoking dollar
bills, and the coins can then be
returned to circulation to ac accumulate
cumulate accumulate a new covering of the
mind expanding compound.
C. LESTER WEST

themselves. There are the flat flattened
tened flattened villages, the terrible rubble
of the cities covering no telling
how many bodies, the anguished
wailing overbad relatives, the
injured women and children, and
the crowded hospitals and
temples where the people have
come for refuge.
Just why it seems all right
to show Americans these scenes
on commercial T.V. but not on
educational T.V. is hard to under understand.
stand. understand.
EMILY MAC LACHLAN
TWO SIDES
TO VIET WAR
MR. EDITOR:
The Student Peace Union had
their peaceful demonstration
against war and for peace. A
few of our leaders claim that
the American public has been
misled and lied to.
It takes two sides to fight a
war. If the Student Peace Union
is truly opposed to war then why
do they only protest the
Americans position? Why not
protest the Soviet Union for sup supplying
plying supplying North Vietnam with the
bulk of their war materials? Why
not protest North Vietnam for
breaking the Tet truce and killing
thousands of policemen, teach teachers,
ers, teachers, women and children?
If we have been misled about
the zeal of the South Vietnamese
then why is their death toll always
higher than the Americans? Why
are the cities of South Vietnam
being swelled by refugees fleeing
the terror of the Viet Cong? Why
was the general uprising a fail failure?
ure? failure?
Why did an old man come to
a marine squad and ask us to
help bury his family? If the N.V. A.
is really fighting to free South
Vietnam from the American im imperalist
peralist imperalist then why was it neces necessary
sary necessary to butcher a family who
they have come to free? Why did
they leave the old man alive?
About six months ago a rumor
spread among the South Viet Vietnamese
namese Vietnamese that the marines were
going to withdraw from their for forward
ward forward positions along the D.M.Z.
and set up a barrier paralleling
a relatively large river. Why did
a little girl ask if this was true?
When I told her no, why did she
smile and then run back to her
Mother?
Why arent the young Am Americans
ericans Americans who are actually fighting
and dying protesting?
JOHN W. KELLEY,3EG

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CONGRATULATIONS to the new
Sisters of Zeta Tau Alpha. (J (J---83-lt-p)
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SLINK, Happy Valentines Day.
From Zipless. (J-83-lt-p)
TO MY CHICK-A-DEE: Im
marked for life. Happy Valen Valentines
tines Valentines Day. I love you more each
year. Your Italian lover. (J (J---83
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JE . Is that the Sun or your
Smile that makes me glow??
Peter Pan. (J-83- lt-p)
P. J. My Dirty Old Man, Happy
Hearts Day to The Man who
keeps mine beating!!! Love ya
lots, Your Dumb Boob. (J-83-
lt-p)
SCRUNCHER: Happy Valentines
Day IMOPCT. I Love You. Eight.
Your P.B. (J-83-lt-p)
SWEET WILLIAM, My Valentine
Love consists in this, that two
solitudes protect, and touch, and
greet each other. (J-83-2t-p)
WANTED: Attractive Mature
coed to cook four suppers a week
for two guys. No emotional hang hangups
ups hangups please; our last cook blew
her mind. Call 378-5080. Please
hurry were starving! (J-83-
3t-p)
TO MY TEDDY BEAR Happy'
3rd Valentines Day, DR. May
we share a billion more. I Love
You Muchisimo. RED. (J-83-ly-
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tines Valentines Day Baby. Sorry I couldnt
be here for your birthday. Happy
Valentines Day! Love Liz. (J (J---8
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lost-found
LOST: Mans diamond ring,
Frischs Big Boy, N.W. ;3thSt.
$50.00 reward. No Questions
Asked Contact Gainesville Po Police
lice Police Dept. (L-79-st-c)

A VALUE RATED used cor
from
Brosingtons is better!
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65 CADILLAC De Ville. Four door hardtop.
White with white leather and black drummond cloth interior.
Local, one owner. Less than 33,000 true miles. Automatic
climate control, tilt & telescoping steering wheel, power
windows & seat. A new 6B model will cost about S7OOO.
This car is outstanding and can be yours for only
$3495
65 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88 sedan. .Light
green. Factory air cond., power steering & brakes. .
$2095
64 PONTIAC Grand Prix hardtop coupe.
Burgundy with black bucket seats. Three carburetors with
4 speed floor shift. $ 1 5 9 5
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62 COMET STATION WAGON
6 with auto trans. A nice small size wagon. $6 9 5
About 70 cars in stock. Wide range of makes, modes, and prices.
Brasington Cadillac-Oldsmobile, Inc.
2001 NW 13 St. 378-5301

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I 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)
WOULD the student who accident accidently
ly accidently took my jacket and left his
with money in it at Norman Gym
on Sat. Feb. 10 Please call Denftis
Bowers at 372-4787. (L-83-2t-p)
REWARD for London Fog Coat
black and white houndstooth
check with black suede collar
and a set of keys. Lost in main
Library, Contact Linda in room
318, Jennings. (L-83-3t-p)
LOST: a pair of blonde framed
glasses. Call Sue, Room 907,
376-1613. (L-83-3t-p)
.
LOST: Post Versalog Slide Rule.
Reward. Please call 378-1955.
(jL-83- lt-p)
LOST: Wallet, Vic. of Plaza
Theater. Credit cards cancelled.
Keep money, return papers to
S. A. Sheridan, 1223 NW 18th
Ave. (L-83-3t-p)
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)
services
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-
lot-P)
TAPE TRANSCRIPTIONS will
transcribe any record or tape
to half or quarter track, stereo
or mono tape. 4 LPs on quality
1 mil mylar tape cost only $7.00,
tape included. Complete satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction unconditionally guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Pickup and delivery free.
Call 376-7164, 8-12 a.m. (M (M---80-st-p)
--80-st-p) (M---80-st-p)
ALTERNATORS GENERATORS
STARTERS Electrical systems
tested repairs. Auto Electric
Service 603 SE Second Street.
378-7330. (M-78-ts-c)

(Photo by Nick Arroyo)
GATOR GIRL
Carol Keen, 3AS from Miami, is todays
Gator Girl. An American History major, Carol
is a Womens Interhall representative from
the Towers.
Draft Not A Factor
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Student Selection

The UF is selecting next
years graduate students with without
out without regard to their draft status,
states Dr. Robert Bryan, assis assistant
tant assistant dean of the graduate school r
Bryan said the UF is present presently
ly presently offering graduate fellowships
and assistantships to students
who may not be around to claim
them when school opens in the
fall.
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Uncertainty about the effect
of the nations current draft law,
which exempts undergraduates
from the draft but not most
graduate students, is cause for
concern on campuses through throughout
out throughout the U.S., The American Coun Council
cil Council of Education said.
Bryan cited the law school as
an example. If this years fresh freshman
man freshman law class wont be able to
go next year, he said, the cur curriculum
riculum curriculum based on class se sequence
quence sequence will be disrupted.

A Whats NEW at the
Vfpt BOOKSTORE ?
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SPRINGS OF LOVE %
FOR YOU WITH LOVE Louis Untermeyer
LOVE AND MA RRIAG E Vee Guthrie
MY BELOVED Edward Lowls
LOVE IS A RIDDLE Grisha Dotzenko
CHINESE LOVE LYRICS Paul McFarland
INDIA LOVE POEMS Pat Stewart
L'AMOUR Ruth McCrae
LOVE IS A LAUGH Margaret Greenman
LOVE POEMS AND LOVE LETTERS Ruth McCrae
Store Hours 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Saturday 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
Campus Shop & Bookstore

The new draft law, revised last
J uly, eliminated draft deferments
for all university graduate stu students
dents students except those pursuing stu studies
dies studies in certain fields to be cho chosen
sen chosen by the National Security
Council, plus those in medicine
or health related fields.
So far the National Security
Council has not designated the
fields it will exempt.
The law also exempted students
who were already pursuing a gra graduate
duate graduate program for one year prior
to its enactment.
The key is what you were do doing
ing doing in September of 1967, Bry Bryan
an Bryan said. If you had completed
a year of work by then, then you
are deferred. If you had just en entered
tered entered graduate school at that
time, then you would be eligible
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wearing a pants suit from the Twig. The black and
white plaid orion/wool mixture is suited for any
informal occasion. Finely tailored, the single breasted
Jacket is a fine match for the slash-pocketed slacks.
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The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, February 14, 1968

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ADDRESS ALL CAMPUS CALENDAR
NOTICES TO PUBLIC FUNCTIONS
OFFICE, FLORIDA UNION

CAMPUS CALENDAR
Wednesday, February 14
Fla. Speleological Society: meet meeting,
ing, meeting, 355 Union, 7 p.m.
Gator Sailing Club: meeting, 363
Union, 7:30 p.m.
Gator Ski Club: meeting, 361
Union, 7:30 p.m.
Business Administration Dames:
Silent Auction,** meet at 3433
W. Univ. Ave., 7:30 p.m.
Paint for Fun: art lessons, 118
Union, 7:30 p.m.
Institute of Judaic Studies: be beginning
ginning beginning and intermediate He Hebrew,
brew, Hebrew, Jewish history, intro introduction
duction introduction to Jewish thought, Hil Hillel
lel Hillel Foundation, 7:30 p.m.
Florida Players: Marat Sade,
Constans Theatre, 8 p.m.
Returned Peace Corps Volun Volunteers
teers Volunteers Comm.: The Peace
Corps as Seen by Foreign Stu Students,
dents, Students, 346 Union, 8:00 p.m.
Language and Literature Club:
Prof. Frank Taylor, A Con Concatenation
catenation Concatenation of Flauberts Trois
Contes, 103 AFA, 8 p.m.
r-
Thursday, February 15
Christian Science Organization:
testimony meeting, 357 Union,
5:45 p.m.
Lambda Tau: guest speEtker, Mr.
Randall, Executive Conference
Room at V.A. Hospital, 7:30
p.m.
Gamma Beta Phi: executive
meeting, Union 150 G
Forums Comm.: discussion and
debate on Legalization of Mari Marijuana
juana Marijuana by Dr. Jourard, Dr. Cog Coggins
gins Coggins and Prof. Flackett, Univ.
Aud., 8 p.m.
Engineering Dames: Dr. Robert
Gaither, Engineers are Hu Human,
man, Human, Mech. Eng. Aud., Bp.m.
Mensa: discussion, 909 SW 6
Avenue, 8:30 p.m. All those in interested
terested interested are invited.
Latin American Club: Dr. Wil William
liam William Carter, The Indian
Fiesta: Art in Action, JtfcC
Aud., 7:30 p.m.
Friday, February 16
Afro-American Student Assn.:
meeting, 355 Union, 7 p.m.
Union Movie: Torn Curtain,*
Union Aud., 7 & 9:15 p.m.
Fla. Folk Dancers: dancing, 214
Fla. Gym, 8 p.m.
Winter Frolics: Flip Wilson and
The Hollies, Fla. Gym, 8 p.m.
UNION BOX OFFICE
*
Tickets are now on sale for
Marat Sade,** Frolics, Felix
Greene, Dr. Faustus,
Humecoming and Miss Univer University
sity University of Florida Contest.
ADMINISTRATIVE
NOTICES
PROGRESS TESTS: Students in
the following courses are ex expecteu
pecteu expecteu to take the following tests.
Each student must bring a No. 2
lead pencil and will be required
to us his SOCIAL SECURITY
NUMBER.

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GAINESVIILE FLORIDA CAMPUS FEDERAL CREDIT UNlON^^^^hAv.

MS 102: Thursday, Feb. 15,
7 p.m. Students whose last names
begin with (A-L) report to Math Matherly
erly Matherly 2,3, 4,5, 6,7, 8,9, 10,
11, 12, 13, 14 or 16; (M-Z)
to Matherly 102, 105, 108, 112,
113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118 or
119.
MS 204: Thursday, Feb. 15,
7 p.m. All MS 204 students re report
port report to Walker Auditorium.
SPEECH SCREENING FOR
TEACHER EDUCATION MAJORS
All teacher education majors, re regardless
gardless regardless of college enrollment,
are required to satisfy the speech
screening requirement before
being admitted into the Advanced
Professional Sequence urenroll urenrolling
ing urenrolling in EDS 400, EDE 400 and the
elementary block (EDE 300, 301,
and 302). English and speech
majors do not take the test, as
SCH 201 is required in all of
their programs. Appointments
are being now made in Room 124,
Norman Hall.
BANKERS SCHOLARHIPS: All
applications for the Florida
Bankers Association Scholar Scholarships
ships Scholarships must be received in the
department of Finance & Insur Insurance
ance Insurance not later than Thursday,
Feb. 29.
AIR FORCE TEST: Air Force
Officer qualification test will be
administered Saturday, Feb. 17
at 0745 in Room 208, Military
Building. All interested appli applicants
cants applicants desiring an officers com commission
mission commission are encouraged to take
this test.
GENERAL NOTICES
PIANO RECITAL: Dr. Dldler
Graeffe will hold a piano re recital
cital recital from 1-2 p.m., Feb. 14,
in the 2nd Floor East Gallery
of the Reitz Union. The recital
is free and open to the public.
DIALOGUE: Applications are
now being accepted for all staff
positions on DIALOGUE. Interes Interested
ted Interested students may pick up appli application
cation application forms at the Blue Key
Office, Room 312, Reitz Union.
DIALOGUE is a series of stu student-faculty
dent-faculty student-faculty symposia which seek
to facilitate the exchange of in information
formation information among the faculty, ad administration
ministration administration and students.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT: All
budget requests from organizat organizations
ions organizations chartered by student govern government
ment government must be submitted to the
Treasurers Office by 5 p.m.
Feb. 15. For information call Ext.
2545.
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES COL COLLOQUIUM:
LOQUIUM: COLLOQUIUM: Dr. Donald G. Comb,
Harvard Medical School Depart Department
ment Department of Biological Chemistry,
will speak on Initiation of RNA
and Protein Synthesis During
Embryo Genesis in the Sea Ur Urchin,
chin, Urchin, Feb. 15, 8 p.m. in Mc-
Carty Auditorium. The public is
invited.

BLUE BULLETIN

r SWIM PROGRAM: The UF
Golf Club family swim program
will begin on May 1, and end
Sept. 15. Memberships are now
available on a first come, first
serve basis. Faculty, staff and
students and their families are
eligible for membership; Room
201 Florida Gymnasium.
ENGINEERS ARE HUMAN
will be the topic of special
speaker Dr. Robert B. Gaither,
Thursday, Feb. 15, 8 p.m. in the
Mechanical Engineering Building
Auditorium. This is the second
program in a series of four pub public
lic public lectures sponsored by En Engineering
gineering Engineering Dames. Refreshments
will be served, and everyone is
cordially invited to attend.
PLACEMENT NOTICES
Students must be registered
with the Placement Service to
interview. Sign-up sheets are
posted two weeks in advance of
the interview date at the
J. WAYNE REITZ UNION, ROOM
22. All companies will be re recruiting
cruiting recruiting for Mar. June and Aug.
graduates unless indicated other otherwise.
wise. otherwise.
FEB. 15: ATLANTIC NATIONAL
BANK OF JACKSONVILLE, Bus.
Ad., Lib. Arts interested in bank banking;
ing; banking; Management Trainees.
FEB. 15: TEXACO, INC., ChE,
EE, CE, ME, Chem., Geology,
BBA, Law, B,M,D. Jrs. and
Grads, for summer employment
only in Geology, ChE, CE, ME,
Design, Dev., Research, Sales.
Must be UJS. citizen.
FEB. 15: PAN AMERICAN PET PETROLEUM
ROLEUM PETROLEUM CORP., ChE, CE, EE,
ME, ES, Geol., Math, Phys., EE,
Engr.Sci., B,M,D, Various lo locations,
cations, locations, Soph., Jrs., Srs., &
Grads, for summer employment.
Must be UJS. citizen.
FEB. 15: CHUBB & SON, INC.,
manager for group of Property
& Casualty companies, LA &
Bus., B,M, trainees. Dec.,
March, June, and August Grads
FEB. 15: VICK CHEMICAL CO.,
Bus. Ad., Mktg., Advertising,
Econ.; Jrs. for summer employ employment,
ment, employment, summer sales program,
training program. Must be U.S.
citizen.
FEB. 15: DAMES MOORE
FEB. 15: J.C. PENNEY
FEB. 15: SWIFT & COMPANY
FEB. 15: WILLIAM R. HOUGH
& SON COMPANY
FEB. 15 & 16: TEXAS INSTRU INSTRUMENTS,
MENTS, INSTRUMENTS, INC., All Engr. discip disciplines,
lines, disciplines, ME, IE, etc., Acctg, MBA;
various locations. Must be UJS.
citizen.
FEB. 15 & 16: EJ. DUPONT
DE NEMOURS & CO., Bus. Ad.,
Finance, Mktg, Acctg. Systems
Analysis, Computer Program
ming, Tech. Sales & Service.
Must be UJS. citizen.

Meet The Gators
Here are some of the students who make your
Alligator the Souths finest college daily.
Dave Red(Rck
Dave is a Gainesville resident who worked as a valuable member
of the Alligator production team, but now he serves as a staff
writer. He is a junior in journalism and plans a career in jour journalism.
nalism. journalism.
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Alligator production lab. He deals with all facets of the newspaper,
gaining an all-around perspective of newspaper operations.
Janie is a staff writer from Vero Beach. She transferred to us
from Notre Dame of Maryland and in 1966 won first prize in
newswriting as judged by the Florida Scholastic Press. Janie was
editor of her high school paper and was a reporter for the Palm
Beach Post-Times and the Ft. Pierce^News- Tribune.



Zeta Tau Alpha
The Zetas have a new slate of
officers in the house, led by pres president
ident president Lorraine Shampoe. The
vice-presidency was taken by
Elaine Fuller. Barbara Sivils is
the recording secretary; Kay
Sturmer, corresponding secre secretary;
tary; secretary; Janet McC ready, treasurer;
Kay Usborne, historian; Betsy
Kintz, house president; Susan
Hauseman, membership chair chairman;
man; chairman; Romelle Vance, rituals
chairman; and Claire Lipich,
pledge trainer.
Zetas 18 neophytes, who are
going through Inspiration Week,
must have been really inspired.
They presented the sisters with
a television set!
Miss Wilma Krayor, traveling
secretary from the Zeta national
office, is visiting the UF chapter
this week. As a service project,
the Zetas are helping out each
week at the VA hospital.
Delta Sigma Phi
Only three more **volunteers
and the Delta Sigs will have
reached their goal of 100% par participation
ticipation participation in the IFC Blood Drive.
Congratulations to Ken James
and Dan Jones for being selected
president and secretary-treas secretary-treasurer
urer secretary-treasurer of the Delta Sig pledge
class, respectively.

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Come see our romantic new
Pre-styled human hair
full-cluster Angel Curls, $25.
Make your own combinations!
Other Wiglets, $6-$lO-sl3
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CAMPUS CORRAL

Phi Mu
Last Sunday 23 new sisters
were initiated into the Alpha
Nu chapter of Phi Mu. Those
initiated were: Sherry Bastin,
Sheri Caldwell, Carol Carswell,
Patrice French, Brena Gibson,
Karleen Healy, Janelle Heck,
Judy Karns, Joann Kovolski,
Mary Jill Lockwood, Janey Mc-
Crillus, Eileen McMahon, Sue
Menke, Joyce Peifer, Pam
Phelps, Jo Anne Pudney, Susan
Roberts, Karen Smith, Denise
Valiante, Lynn Ward, Anne
Willey, Lou Willey, and Trish
Forum.
Three pledges were added to
the winter pledge class recently.
They are: Laurie Clark, Shirley
Logston, and Amy Toole.
In keeping with the newly for formed
med formed recognition award, Ronoh,
(honor spelled backwards) Karen

179,542 FLUNKED!
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That's how many applicants for life insurance
failed the health exam last year.
Why wait longer?
WILLIAM D. OLINGER, SPECIAL AGENT
THE NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INEURANCE CO.
1831 N. W. 13th Street 378-1391

By JANICE SIZEMORE
Alligator Campus Living Editor

Ellis was chosen the Sister-of Sister-ofthe
the Sister-ofthe -Week for her very good
job as Ritual Chairman.
Phi Mus Brena Gibson and
Winkle Wilson are new pledges
of Alpha Lambda Delta.
Delta Gamma
After the results of the recent
elections were finally tabulated,
the DELTA GAMMAS found
themselves on the winning slate.
Missie Hollyday and Becky Wright
were elected Justices of the Hon Honor
or Honor Court while Esther Smith won
a position on Lyceum Council.
Other DGs currently in cam campus
pus campus activities include Mary Kay
Cooper, chairman of Womens
Leadership Conference for Pro Project
ject Project 20, and Carmen Smith, chair chairman
man chairman of the Hostess Committee
for Miss UF. Also, Mary Gene
Boarman is the new treasurer

Wednesday, February 14, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

of DELT little sisters. . A
special congratulations goes to
the pledge class for their out outstanding
standing outstanding scholarship with the #1
grade point average in the sor sorority
ority sorority competition.
Alpha Delta Pi
The ADPis made a good show showing
ing showing in campus elections with Mary
Jo Holland being elected pres president
ident president of Lyceum Council and
Candy Moler as Lyceum member.
Formal pledging was held Sunday
night for new pledges Aleta Jen Jenkins,
kins, Jenkins, Gwen Parrot, Kathy OCon OConner,
ner, OConner, Jennifer Doane and Kathy
Heaton. . In scholarship, the
ADPi sisters ranked first among
sororities.

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Ft. Myers
Sarasota
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Just get aboard our comfortable, rest restroom
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riding over America's new Interstate routes
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f From GAINESVILLE 1-way
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Silver Eagle service ~ only
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Delta Delta Delta
The Tri Delt-s are proud of
Bev Lytton for having been cho chosen
sen chosen prexy of the Pike Little
Sisters, and Kathy Young, who
will represent Angel Flight in
the Mardi Gras Parade. Jan Dick Dickens
ens Dickens has been named a permanent
member of women's judiciary
and Connie Carter is a new Delt
Little Sister. Two new pledges
at 1134 E. Panhellenic are Donna
Hirshberg and Patty Bohannon.

DRY CLEANING
counter open
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Next To Univ. Post Office

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:, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, February 14, 1968

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By DAVID CHAFIN
Alligator Staff Writer
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Happy Valentines Day! Today
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IN B.A.D. GIRLS: The Bus Business
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IN CONCENTRATING ON
CONCATENATIONS: Prof. Frank
Taylor speaks on A Concaten Concatenation
ation Concatenation of Flauberts Trois
Contes tonight at 8 oclock
in room 103 of the Architecture
and Fine Arts Building. Prof.
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'Graduate Sweeps Globe Awards

By ROY MAYS
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Presented by the Hollywood
Foreign Press Association, the
Golden Globe Awards are watched
by motion picture observers for
hints as to the outcome of the
Motion Picture Academy of Arts
and Sciences Academy Award
Oscar' race.
Monday nights ceremonies

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Hippies
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Saturday
The P. K Yonge Senior Class
will present Hip Hippie Hooray,
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the P.K. Yonge Auditorium.
The play captures the atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of the Haight-Ashbury dis district
trict district with hippie costumes, lights,
and psychedelic music provided
by The Great Unwashed. The
story follows Suzie, a young girl,
as she searches for her runaway
brother in San Fransisco.
The play is directed by Mrs.
Jackie Snow, and includes in the
cast Mary Vogh, Corky OCon OConnell,
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Funk, Paul Kidd, Gail Griffin,
Louetta Kidd, Mike Eastep, and
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With this tongue-in-cheek re remark,
mark, remark, Dustin Hoffman ascended
to the stage and accepted one of
five Golden Globes for The
Graduate, and the applause of
the stars gathered for the 25th
annual presentation of the
awards.
, Capturing top actress spot was

Wednesday, February 14, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

movie veteran Anne Bancroft
whose portrayal of the modish,
youthful matron, Mrs. Robinson,
marked her return to the screen
after a two-year absence. She had
previously won the Academy
Award for Best Actress in The
Miracle Worker in 1964.
Dustin Hoffman, who easily
proved the nights favorite, won
his Golden Globe for Most Pro Promising
mising Promising Newcomer to the Screen.
Hoffman, a native of Los
Angeles, previously starred in
two off-Broadway plays: Jour Journey
ney Journey of the Fifth Horse, for which
he won an Obie as best per performer,
former, performer, and Eh?, before being
selected for the title role in
The Graduate.
The other award for Most Pro Promising
mising Promising Newcomer went to
Katherine Ross who played El Elaine.
aine. Elaine.
A veteran of three years of
repertory work, Katherine Ross
has appeared in 11 top television
shows and five major films in including
cluding including Shenandoah, Games
and The Singing Nun.
In directing his second major
film after the widely" acclaimed
Whos Afraid of Virginia
Woolf? Mike Nichols asked him himself,
self, himself, Is it true? Is it believ believable?
able? believable? The Hollywood Foreign
Press thought The Graduate
was and awarded Mike Nichols
its Golden Globe for the Best
Director.
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night pf successes by being named
the Best Motion Picture of the
Year.
In addition to these awards
The Graduate had also been
nominated for Golden Globes in
two other categories, Best Motion
Picture Actor for a musical or
comedy (Dustin Hoffman) and
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AROUND
I TOWN I
(EDITORS NOTE: The following is the first in a series of articles
on the things-to-do-and-places-to-go in Gainesville. "Around Town
is designed to review Gainesvilles night spots to give Alligator readers
an idea of what theyll find there in the way of food, drink, patrons
and entertainment.
TRADER'S TAVERN
By ALLEN PIERLEONI
Alligator Staff Writer
The most ecstatic happening in Gville has got to be Traders
Tavern at 632 NW 13th St., commonly known by UF students as Trader
Toms. Traders is owned by Tom Henderson, who holds a 1958
degree in psychology earned from this university.
Traders is wild six nights a week and has about as much atmosphere
as you could possibly want, ranging from a large net full of oddities
hanging above the bar to an occasional enthusiastic chick who*mounts
the stage and dances topless.
These things plus black lights that make colors fluorescent, a
screaming juke box that sports several laughable songs, a band on
occasional Saturday nights and a definite "boy meets girl situation
flavor make Traders one of the swinginest bar in town.
Henderson allows girls inside if they are 18 but his policy excludes
all men under 21 because jthey cannot be trusted not to drink beer
behind his back. /
"Stag girls feel at ease here,* Henderson said. "I tell the girls
who come without dates that if a guy gets obnoxious tell him to get
lost. A girl doesnt have to be bothered in here if she doesnt want to
be bothered. All she has to do is come tell me about it.
Henderson says he welcomes girls even more than guys, and that
he gives free beer to stag girls over 21. His policy is to run a bar
where people can have a good time, dance and get together. He is
strongly opposed to trouble makers coming in and annoying his cus customers.
tomers. customers.
"You could safely bring a date or your wife in here without having
them pawed over, he said. Henderson has been on 13th St. for almost
four years, and only during the past year and a half has business
really picked up and how it has picked up! The place is jammed
packed six nights a week and youre lucky to find a place to sit,
even when the dance floor is crowded.
"When I first opened up business was so slow that we used to sit
around and play chess at night, and still serve all the customers
with no problem,* he said. "Now there are three of us pulling beer
and sometimes people walk out because were too busy to serve
them.
Henderson said that he sells more beer between nine and two than
anybody else in town, and partially owes his recent success to his
attitude and policy. ,~
"I let the customers have a wild itme if they want one, he said.
"Im as lenient as possible with people when it comes to having
a good time. But I wont tolerate any trouble starters.
He said that IDs are thoroughly checked at the door and he runs
the bar "about as tight as I can run it.
"I want it strictly legal, he said. "Beverage agents come in
here in groups almost every night and I want to keep everything
within the legal limits of the law.
The net that hangs above the bar is a complete cultural happening
within itself. It contains everything imaginable, with the exception
of a kitchen sink.
The net has a sign reading "Reserved For Pallbearers, a stuffed
crow shot by Hendersons son, girls panties, a hair piece, a fox skin,
a shrunken head made in Panama out of a goat skin, several animal
skulls the list could go on and on.
Henderson said that the collection of unusual items were either
found by him or given to him by friends. The collection took about
eight years to accumulate.

Im trying right now to find
a human skull, but I'm having
some trouble locating one," he
said. I dont know where I could
get it."
Henderson at one time owned
another bar called Toms Suds,
but the lease expfred and he had
to move. The transition has pro proven,
ven, proven, apparently, lucrative.
Traders Tavern a wild
swingin beer bar that offers
something for everyone, whether
it be a member of the opposite
sex, dancing, a look at the un unusual
usual unusual net, the paintings on the wall
or just a beer or two or three
or four or a pitcher or two, ad
infinitum.
If youre of age and want to
have a good time alone or with
a date then Trader Toms is the
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At A Drive-In Movie

By STEVE.HULSEY
Alligator Staff Writer
I drove up to the speaker
and switched off the motor. Roll Rolling
ing Rolling down my window, I removed
the speaker and laid it on top
of my convertible and rdlled up
the window. (It was cold outside.)
Kicking off my shoes, I scooted
down in the seat for an enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable evening.
I looked over at Barbie and
wished I had used an extra dose
of mouthwash.
"Wanna pizza? I asked, hop hoping
ing hoping she didnt because I was just
about busted.
She shook her head. I heaved
a silent sigh of relief.
I laid my arm on the back of
the seat and slid slightly to toward
ward toward her.
Before I knew what had hap happened,
pened, happened, she hit me in the belly
with her elbow, knocking the
wind out of me and causing me
to bump my head on the steer steering
ing steering wheel as I doubled over with
pain.
After I caught my breath, she
explained that I had startled her
and she was sorry and she had
acted without thinking and she
was sorry.
"Its okay, I gasped, rubbing
my head.
The movie was terrible. A
monster was scaring the heck
out of a Japanese town and the
army was called out and they
were shooting at it and even na napalm
palm napalm wouldnt stop it.
Meaning to strike up a con conversation,
versation, conversation, I turned sideways in
the seat, I opened my mouth to
start it off.
A quick judo chop to my right
knee sent my leg smashing
against the underside of the dash dashboard.
board. dashboard.
Tears rolling down my cheeks,
I again accepted her rapidly wor worded
ded worded apology punctuated with
"ohs and "ahs.
Finally intermission came. I
slammed the door open to dash
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center. I had forgot about the
speaker stand.
Cringing against the door, I
whined, If you'll let me out,
I'll get us a Coke.
Okay, she said and got out.
I stayed at the refreshment
stand until the seeond movie
started. Gathering my courage,.
I gripped the paper cups tightly
and with the ice and beverage
sloshing over my cuffs, made
my way through the maze of
cars to mine. I tapped on
window.
The door slammed into my
outstretched arms. One Coke was
pushed into my face, and a bony
knee smashed into my groin.
*
She picked me up with many
apologies.
When I was able to talk again,
I asked her what she had against
me.
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I took that womens self selfdefense
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'My Sister, My Love

By JOE TORCHIA
Alligator Feature Editor
Theres not really too much to
say about My Sister, My Love
(now at the State) except that its
not A Brilliant movie as the
New Yorker says.
As a matter of fact, this flick
left such a drab impression on
this reviewer that only a few of
the risque scenes stand out amid
i
the muck.
My Sister, My Love is ex exactly
actly exactly as the title implies when
the brother returns after a five fiveyear
year fiveyear separation from his sister,
he is unable to control his desire
for her (and she for him) and
before long shes pregnant.
The affair takes place back
when Sweden was very Puritan Puritanistic
istic Puritanistic -- on the surface. The upper
crust (complete with wigs and
lace) extols certain values dur during
ing during the day and plays around dur during
ing during the night. And while all this
is going on the poor are left to
play in the mud with the pigs.
The sister, carrying her
brothers child, marries another;
and the brother-father has some somewhat
what somewhat of an affair with another
maid.
This involvement bores you
throughout most of the film until
it comes to a very abrupt and
shocking ending.
Just before giving birth when
she is fantastically pregnant, the
sister is shot by her brother's
would-be lover in a fit of anger.
Right through the nape of the
neck.
Blood comes spurting, and one
of the poverty-stricken (a woman
who helped raise the sister)
comes running with a knife, cuts
open the womans warm corpse
and saves the child.
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And THE END.
.If this movie were not made
in Sweden it would probably be
pornography but since it was
made there, its art.
Outside of stag flicks, this is
the first film this reviewer has
seen to show a womans pubic
hair and the male sex organ.
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has no business being there.
Sweden has turned out some
marvelous films lately which
have had a marked influence
on the world cinema. But this
one is certainly a boo-boo.
The photography is for the
most part poor (although there
is an occasional striking black blackwhite
white blackwhite effect); the acting is for
the most part poor and the film
as a whole is likewise for the
most part poor.
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UFSocial, Academic Life

By ALLEN PIERLEONI
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Mohammed I. Khanani, 6EG,
a foreign student from Karachi,
Pakistan, is one of many UF
foreign students who did not par participate
ticipate participate in any of the events that
made up International Week.
The fact that he and many of
his friends did not participate
in any of the activities stems
not from apathy, but simply from
not being informed. In short,
hey didnt even know about it.
I didnt know about In International
ternational International Week until somebody
told me, he said. I didnt
get any information from the
International Student Affairs of office
fice office and I never saw a program
of events either. At least they
should inform foreign students
that they are celebrating their
week.
According to P. P. Mathur,
chairman of the Board of In International
ternational International Affairs (BIA), how however,
ever, however, International Week was
publicized through posters ap appearing
pearing appearing all over campus, as well
as advances in the Alligator, the
Gainesville Sun and the St.
Petersburg Times.
It is quite possible that many
of the foreign students did not
know about it, though, Mathur
said. Most, of them are very
studious, and due to.their studious
nature they might have been too
involved to notice the publicity.
Khanani, 24, attended Miami-
Dade Junior College and the Uni University
versity University of Pakistan before coming
to UF. He said that the most
impressive thing on campus that
he has witnessed since starting
here in January is the election.
I think its a real mess,
he said. Actually I dont know
much about the candidates who
are running, only what I read in
the Alligator.
Khanani said that the quarter
system is much different from
the system at the University of
Pakistan, although the courses at
the two universities are on about
the same level.
Due to the quarter system
here there is too much pressure.
You have to study in Pakistan
also, but you dont feel so much
pressure, he said. He said that
there are more facilities for

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research work at UF than in
Pakistan.
Khanani said that he was
shocked to learn about the racial
situation when he first came to
the U.S. He said that discrimin discrimination
ation discrimination between religious groups
exists in Pakistan but the resul resulting
ting resulting trouble is not so violent as
hat in this country.
The discrimination in Pakis Pakistan
tan Pakistan between religious groups is
not to the extent that I see here
between blacks and whites, he
said. Sometimes we also have
riots once in a while, although
they are not so widespread or
violent.
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was mostly against Hindus. Twice
or thrice after that against Hin Hindus
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my religion (Muslim) split into
two groups and there was con conflict
flict conflict between the two."
Khanani said that he believed
the U.S. was wrong in its policy
toward Vietnam.
The U.S. should not be in involved
volved involved in the war in Vietnam be because
cause because this war is going on very
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1968 May Be The Year
For A Net Championship

By PAUL KAPLAN
Assistant Spor*s Editor
The Florida tennis squad will be the team to beat
for the 1968 SEC championship.
Last season the Gator netters finished third be behind
hind behind Mississippi State and Tennessee respectively
after compiling a 19-1 season record. At that time
the squad was made up of one freshman, four
sophomores and a junior.
The boys did a fine job last year even though
they were quite young, said assistant coach M. B.
Chafin. This year all but one of our boys will
be a seasoned player with at least a years col college
lege college experience.
The one exception is Paul Lunetta, a freshman
sensation from Miami Curley high school. Lunetta
will almost certainly be among the $Jx starters,
who have not yet been officially announced by head
coach Bill, Potter.
Paul is a really fine player, Chafin noted.
He is a strong boy with a very good stroke;
but most important, he is a capable and controlled
gentleman on the' courts believe me, keeping
your cool is tremendously important in this sport.
Lunetta will hopefully follow in the footsteps of
Greg Hllley who last year earned the No. 4 spot
on the Gator team as a freshman. Hilley, you may
recall, is the boy whose ankle sprain in the SEC
championships last year, cost the Gators what many
feel would have been the first place award.
Although the top six players have not been chosen,
a good bet would be to count on Lunetta, Armi
Neely, Jamie Pressly, Hilley, Steve Beeland and
either Will Sherwood or Bruce Bartlett in the
sixth spot.

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ARMI NEELY
. . SECs No. 1 Player Set For Another Big Year

Delts, Sigma Nu In Semis

Sigma Nu, Sig Ep, Delts, and
SAE all have won berths in the
Orange League basketball semi semifinals
finals semifinals to be played at Florida
Gym tonight at 9:00 p.m.
Sigma Nu, last years
champion, defeated Lambda Chi
Alpha Monday night to win their
bracket and a semi-final spot.
Sig Ep clinched their bracket
and the right to play the Nus by
defeating the Betas.
In the other semi-final match,
the Delts who handily defeated
Pi Lam, will play against SAE,
narrow winners over Phi Tau.
Last year, Sigma Nu and Delta
Tau Delta played in the finals
and if these teams, as favorites,
win tonight, a rematch of last
years close battle will take
place.

If the Nus should be upset
tonight, the Orange League race
will tighten up considerably with
any one of eight teams having a
shot at the championship.

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Neely, Floridas No. 1 player who yesterday be began
gan began competition in the National Indoor Tennis Champ Championships,
ionships, Championships, was last years top player in the SEC --
and he was only a sophomore.
The strong Neely is in strong contention to re repeat
peat repeat his title of last year, as is Pressly, who was
SEC champion as in the No. 2 player bracket.
Jamie lets you beat yourself until you givfe him
an opening, then hell beat" you, Chafin said.
As for Armi, what can you say about the best?
But the Gator success may lie in its depth. Cha Chafin
fin Chafin says that there are eight or nine players who
could compete in the top six positions without hurt hurting
ing hurting the team. ~ T- r / 1
Lee Steele, for example, was the No. 6 man
on the squad last year, and this season says that
he will not even make the team.
This is the best team that has ever been at
the University of Florida, the former Miami Beach
star noted. The competition is so strong that
everyone will have to put on a great performance
just to make the team.
Steele, who was selected by the players to cap captain
tain captain the 1968 team took second place honors in
the No. 6 man competition in last years SEC
tournament.
Neely and Pressly are the best in the SEC,
he said, and the players in the positions from three
through six are as good as any team in the nation;
last year we had a 19-1 record and were seventh
in the nation, and we can improve on that this year.
As for the Gators competition, both Mississippi
State and Tennessee lost their No. 1 player to
graduation.
Theyre both fine teams, but I think weve im improved
proved improved as much as anyone, Chafin concluded. Now
lets get some support from the fans we sure
can use it.

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BY 808 PADECKyP^^I
alligator sports editor
It takes a half-wit to come out with a rash statement. But, it
takes some kind of man to admit he is wrong.
So, whether Pm a man or not, I am wrong.
I was wrong about Tau Epsilon Phi.
I was wrong about Pi Lambda Phi.
I was wrong.
Clearly there was a failure to communicate. And citing the code
of Journalistic Responsibility the failure was mine. I should have
checked my sources. Instead I ineptly antagonized Jews, some
were my friends, some not. And this even included the girl I have
been dating lately A Jew.
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Owens-Not Lucky
Andy Owens, UF forward averaging 15 points and seven rebounds
a game, got only two points and three rebounds against Lousiana
State last Saturday night.
If I would have played just halfway decent,*' said Owens, we
would have beaten LSU easily.
But I played the worst of anybody on the team," said Owens.
Owens played in only 10 minutes of the game, picking up fouls
so fast he almost couldn't believe it.
I got three fouls in the first nine minutes and sat out the rest
of the first half. I picked up one in the early minutes of the second
period. Coach kept me out then till about three minutes left in the
game.
And then, on the first play, I just ran down the court and got
my fifth foul, they said I was charging.
Sometimes you have to be lucky not to have fouls called on you,
I guess I wasnt,** concluded Owens.
To say the least, Owens mentioned Florida felt bad after the
game. Tennessee lost to Georgia and the Gators could have picked
up a valuable game on the SEC leaders.
But we got new hope Monday night, commented Owens, a 6-5
prep All-America from Tampa Hillsborough.
Tennessee lost again, this time to Kentucky and nowall* we
have to do is win our games while UT and UK lose at least one,
said Owens.
Owens stated that Kentucky is in the best spot to take the SEC.
The Wildcats play the rest of their SEC schedule at home while
Tennessee still has road games left with Vanderbilt and Auburn.
Nice Try Armi Baby
UFs Armi Neely got the break of his tennis life last week as he
was invited to play in the National Indoor Tennis Championships
this week.
But do you know who Nee 1 y, the Southeastern Conference's No. 1
player, drew in the first round?
Rafael Osuna, Mexicos No. 1 and among the worlds Top Ten.
Nice try, Armi baby.

Speed Isnt All In Local Hally

If youve got a fast sports car
and think youre the best race
driver that ever lived, then the
Hart Rail ye Club at UF is not
for you.
Colliers Encyclopedia defines
rally, or rail ye, as a non nonracing
racing nonracing sports car event that tests
drivers ability to follow pre prescribed
scribed prescribed directions as to course
and speed.
The Hart Rallye club at UF,
sponsored by the main branch in
St. Petersburg, was organized
a year ago In honor of the late
Thomas Hart.
Each year an annual rallye is
held in St. Petersburg on July
8, the birthday of the late Hart.
Contestants come from all over
Florida to test their skills in
this highly competitive event.
The club holds a rallye in
Gainesville every month, which
is open to the public. Each car
must have a driver and a nav navigator.
igator. navigator.
The rallye is held at legal speed
limits or below, and the winner
is determined by mileage and
time as well as the ability to

follow instructions. Each car
takes off one at a time on a pre prescribed
scribed prescribed course, and the first one
to complete all the instructions
in the least amount of time and
with the least mileage is declared
the winner. Anyone caught speed speeding
ing speeding is immediately disqualified.
The rallye is usually a one oneday
day oneday event from 75-100 miles in
length. In Europe the rallyes are
high speed but in the United States
the drivers must follow the re regular
gular regular driving laws.
Les OBrien, the son-in-law
of the late Hart, is president
of the club at UF. His wife,
Shari, won the rallye last year

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By NEEL SANDERS
Alligator Sports Writer
A new addition to the Gatorade
family has been developed, and
for its purposes, it may be even
better than the original.
The name of the new drink is
Gator-Go, and, like Gatorade, it
has been developed by Dr. James
Cade, head of the Renal Depart Department
ment Department at the J. Hlllis Miller
Medical Center.
Gator-Go is not intended for
the same uses as Gatorade,
commented Dr. Cade, the two
are complementary. Gator-Go is
a pre-game drink. It first helps
the muscles to store carbohy carbohydrates,
drates, carbohydrates, and then provides the
necessary protein and carbohy carbohydrates
drates carbohydrates to keep the players en endurance
durance endurance up. Gatorade, on the
other hand, is meant to be used
for a quick replenishment of
energy during the game.
Gator-Go is a milk substance,
low in protein, but very high in
carbohydrates. It has been de developed
veloped developed in five flavors: malt,
vanilla, chocolate, strawberry,
and rum-maple. It looks and
tastes like a milkshake.
Gator-Go was developed by
Cade in response to a request
by Brady Greathouse, UF ath athletic
letic athletic trainer. The first trial
Gator-Go was in use as far back
as last March, but the process
has undergone considerable re revision,
vision, revision, and only now has come
into general use.
In the short time it has been
available, it has already been
put into full use by the swim swimming
ming swimming and basketball teams.
- The testing grounds for Gator-
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The drink was given to the var varsity
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teams before each game, and
again at half-time. The popular
notion that milk is bad for an
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to hold true, as no player had
any ill effects from drinking
the Gator-Go.

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Wednesday, February 14, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

I would say that the bene benefits
fits benefits tnat can be derived from
Gator-Go are immeasurable,
said Cade. There is a direct
relation between the amount of
energy a player is able to store
in his body and the endurance
he will have during the athletic
competition.
Gator-Go has twice the cal calories
ories calories of whole milk, and, used
regularly during practice, helps
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" Greathouse predicts that
Gator-Go willbecome as common
for training and before games
as Gatorade is now.
There is also a possibility of
marketing Gator-Go on a patent
basis by Stokely-Van Camp. Cade
has been approached about the
patent rights, and Stokely-Van

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