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Shepherds Term Faced Many Obstacles

(EDITORS NOTE: This is
the last of a three-part series
on outgoing Student Body Pres President
ident President Charles Shepherds ad administration.)
ministration.) administration.)
By RAUL RAMIREZ
Alligator Staff Writer
While Shepherds administra administration
tion administration did successfully carry out
a number of significant pro programs,
grams, programs, sweet music was not
all of the concert. According
to many of his political asso associates,
ciates, associates, there were some sour
notes, too.
During his presidential cam campaign,
paign, campaign, Shepherd advocated mak making
ing making Honor Court officials elec elections
tions elections a non-partisan process.

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a talent show, and two dances.
Publications Subject
Os Dialogue Tonight
Persons dissatisfied with the Florida Alligator, will have their
night in court tonight as the Dialogue student-faculty symposium
takes up the topic, The Role of Student Publications, at 7:45 in
Room 361 of the Reitz Union, Assistant Dialogue Chairman Bill
Zewadski announced Tuesday.
Board of Student Publications Chairman Ralph B. Thompson, Student
Publications Director Jack Detweiler, Alligator Editor-in-Chief Steve
Hull, and Managing Editor Harvey Alper will take part in the dis discussion
cussion discussion and answer questions from the floor.
Alligator news policy, Alligator political coverage, the possibility
of two campus newspapers, and the possibility of Alligator liquor
advertising will go on the firing line.
Visitors are invited.

Shepherd had many good ideas, but he didnt have enough competent
people around. Charles Harris, Forward party chairman.
During the first part of his administration he did an admirable job,
but during the second part he sold out the students. Jim Valen Valentine,
tine, Valentine, outgoing vice-president of the student body.

Not much was done toward
accomplishing this, and Shepherd
himself has changed his philo philosophy
sophy philosophy on the issue.
After a year in office I doubt
it can be done, he says.
From what Ive seen in poli political
tical political reality as Student Body
President I now seriously doubt

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THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

if party labels can be removed,
he adds.
Programs involving a variety
of issues had no better luck.
A proposal to make the Union
Board presidency an elective of office;
fice; office; a Public Defender program
to provide legal research for off offcampus
campus offcampus students experiencing

OF EDUCATION SESSION
University Presidents
. i . > .
Ask For Evaluation

By BILL DUNN
Alligator Staff Writer
The Council of University
Presidents urged education lea leaders
ders leaders Tuesday to evaluate the
results of the special session
on education.
In a statement issued as the
state teacher strike entered its
second day, the university presi presidents
dents presidents said that In the spirit
of cooperative constructive ef efforts,
forts, efforts, Florida can move ahead
without interruption toward its
educational objectives.
President Stephen C. OCon OConnell
nell OConnell said that his personal
feelings were reflected in the
statement.
The presidents affirmed that
the public school crisis definitely
affects the entire university
system.
The unprecedented shutdown of
schools, said the statement,
produces harmful results on the
state universities in their efforts
to retain and recruit faculty in
a highly competitive national
market, and to plan for future
enrollments.
What happens in one area of
education in our state, inescap inescapably
ably inescapably affects the total system.
A chain is as strong as its
weakest link.
The presidents statement ten tended
ded tended to avoid specifically calling
for an end to the statewide walk walkout
out walkout but it did say that Florida
could move toward its educational
INSIDE
Editorials 2
Features . 13
Letters 7
Sports 14, 15
Tumbleweeds 4
UPI News 2

conflicts with landlords; an auto
insurance program; a proposal to
hire a management consultant
to study Reitz Union management
system and suggest changes and
many other programs either un underwent
derwent underwent drastic changes or qui quietly
etly quietly passed away.
Soon after he took over the

goals without interruption.* lem, said the university presi presidents.
dents. presidents.
Our public schools cannot The presidents called for im improduce
produce improduce quality students unless mediate arbitration among lea leathey
they leathey have quality teachers pro- ders, saying that It is obvious
vided by our universities. We an immediate solution must be
share with other educators and found, in full realization that
elected and appointed officials the many problems cannot be solved
responsibility to find an imme- until the legislature meets
diate sol ution to this vexing prob- again. *

Levin Scheduled
To Be Drafted

Alan Levin, SSOC leader who
is in Cuba with 19 other stu students,
dents, students, has been notified that he
roust report for induction into
the military service on February
26.
They have taken away my
status as a conscientious objector
because of my political activity,
he said.
I have already informed
them, he continued, I will not
enter the Army under any cir circumstances.
cumstances. circumstances.
Thus Alan Levin explained why
he, along with 19 other students,
decided to go to Cuba, in the
face of State Department regu regulations
lations regulations which forbid travel to
communist nations without speci specific
fic specific permission.
I have accepted the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to have this trip despite
the objection to such travel by
the U. S. Government, Levin
said in a prepared statement.)
The statement was dated Feb February
ruary February 13, though Levin left for
Cuba February 6. Ed Freeman,
spokesman for the Southern Stu Students
dents Students Organizing Committee
(SSOC), said Levin mailed the
statement to Gainesville head headquarters.
quarters. headquarters. Freeman refused to
say where the letter was mailed
from.
The statement is unsigned.
Levin labeled Americas for foreign
eign foreign policy a concept of the Free

presidency, it became obvious
that Shepherd was a doer, rather
than an administrator.
One of Shepherd's first mea measures
sures measures as president was to cut the
presidential cabinet from 17 to
10 members.
This was good in many ways,
Shepherd says.
It made the Cabinet a closer
group
Unfortunately, in consolida consolidating
ting consolidating cabinet positions a great
amount of work was piled on the
remaining memberls, he adds.
Shepherd said that while the
number of cabinet members was
reduced, his personal staff in increased
creased increased considerably.
This left the cabinet free to
(SEE SHEPHERD, PAGE 2)

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North Koreans
To Try Pueblo Crew?
See Page 2

Wednesday, February 21, 1968

Worlds struggle against mono monolithic,
lithic, monolithic, totalitarian Communism.
No doubt it will be this under understanding
standing understanding of world affairs which
will be used to attack my traveling
to Cuba, Levin added.
Calling recent events in Flor Florida
ida Florida a mockery of freedom,
Levin denounced the denying of
tenure to Marshall Jones, and
the refusal of bond to Jack Daw Dawkins
kins Dawkins and Mrs. Carol Thomas.
AAUP Meets
To Support
FEA Walkout
The UF chapter of the Ameri American
can American Association of University
Professors (AAUP) will hold a
mass meeting today.
The meeting, according to
Gladys M. Kam merer, president
of the group, is to give support
to the FEA (Florida Education
Association) teachers who have
walked out.
The University of South Flor Florida
ida Florida has joined Florida Atlantic
University, Flc> aState Univer University
sity University and the U' planning their
meetings, acco. .*ng to Dr. Kam Kammerer.
merer. Kammerer.
The UF meeting is planned for
4 p. m. at the University Audi Auditorium.
torium. Auditorium.



Page 2

5, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, February 21, 1968

Shepherds 'Concert Had Sour Notes, 100

FROM PAGE ONE
work on a project basis, leaving
me and my staff to supervise
overall problems/ he says.
Regardless of how carefully
Shepherd selected his cabinet
or staff, as he prefers to call
it he never made much use
of it.
Legislative Council majority
floor leader Greg Johnson said
Shepherd was handicapped by a
lack of competent personnel/*
A minority candidate during
his presidential race, Shepherd
was forced to select outsiders*
to his cabinet, according to Joe
lailiard, a member of Shepherds

N. Korea To Punish Pueblo
MOSCOW (UPI) A spokesman for the North Korean Embassy
said Tuesday crewmen of the captured USS Pueblo will be punished
for their crimes/* He said any U.S. reprisals will trigger a new
Korean War.
It was the first categorical threat of trials for the intelligence
ships surviving 82 officers, crewmen and civilians captured by
North Korean patrol boats in the sea of Japan on Jan 23. One of
the crewmen was reported to have been killed in the incident and
three others were wounded.
The threat made by Kan Cher Gyn, embassy counselor, came
shortly before the United States issued its third warning in four days
that punishment of the crewmen would be considered a deliberate
aggravation* of the crisis and could lead to serious consequences.

Cheating Report Due
To Hale This Week

A report resulting from inves investigation
tigation investigation into the alleged existence
of fraternity files will be sub submitted
mitted submitted this week to Lester L.
Hale, vice president for student
affairs, according to SG Atty.
Gen. Charles Arnold.
The report will define ille illegal**
gal** illegal** study material and action
to be taken for its possession.
Publication of the reports con contents
tents contents will be delayed until the
proper investigative agencies
have completed examination of
the matter.
An investigative committee
chaired by Jack Horner com compiled

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cabinet.
But Shepherd said he seldom
worried about party labels in sel selecting
ecting selecting his aides.
I primarily looked at their
background and experience, he
says, and it worked out real
well.
I dont believe in collective
advice, Shepherd says, and
I seldom called them to request
advice.
Hilliard says that Shepherd
delegated roost of the work to
approximately three people in the
cabinet.
He would rather do things
himself and would very seldom
delegate responsibility,** Hil Hilliard
liard Hilliard says.

piled compiled the report following
an overall investigation of files
after the Alligator printed a sto stolen
len stolen exam.
Arnold has headed an inves investigation
tigation investigation into the single case and
said, We know who found the
stolen exam, where it was found,
and who was living in the dorm
at that time.
The finder was identified only
as a resident in Tolbert area
during the period January to
April, 1967. Arnold declined
to disclose the names of those
involved because to do so would
hamper the Investigation.

While Shepherds strong cha character
racter character undoubtedly contributed
to the success of many of his
programs and strengthened the
presidency, it also brought about
personality clashes with political
friends and foes.
It lpd to many battles with
Johnson, a political adversary,
and also caused a very definite
split between Shepherd and Vice-
President James Valentine.
Shepherds Leg Council
leadership was real weak, For Forward
ward Forward partys Harris says,
either because of lack of com communication
munication communication between him and
Johnson, or because of stubborn stubbornness.
ness. stubbornness.
Johnson says Shepherd some sometimes
times sometimes went overboard in certain
issues, but still got a lot done
with the Leg Council.
He has a strong personality,
Johnson adds.
Valentine, who slowly drifted
away from Shepherds field, says
Shepherd did an admirable job
with the people he had to work
with.
He admits that there was a
personality conflict between him himself
self himself and Shepherd, but adds that
Shepherd has done the best job
of any president at the UF.
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Valentine was also critical of
Shepherds work during the latter
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Shepherd compromised too
much and was absorbed into the
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During the first part of his
administration he did an ad admirable
mirable admirable job, Valentine says,
but during the second part he
sold out the students.
When Shepherd and I ran for
office, we committed ourselves to

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change the structure of SG to
change the students ideas to towards
wards towards it, Valentine says.
But in September we lost
the drive and were no longer
committed to change.
He says Shepherds personality
hurt him greatly, but any good
leader has to have a strong
personality.
He added that, compared to
previous administrations, Shep Shepherds
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cording according to Charlie Gore, retir retiring
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i, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, February 21, 1968

City Police
If MAUf A ItAllt
I\IICW HIIVUI
Levin Trip
Although the UjS. State De Department
partment Department may not have learned
about the trip of 20 members
of Students for a Democratic
Society to Cuba until quite re recently,
cently, recently, local law enforcement
authorities have known something
about It for some time.
Specifically, law enforcement
officials here were aware of the
fact UF graduate and Gainesville
resident Alan Levin had gone
to Cuba.
I did know that he (Levin)
had made a trip to Cuba,* Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Police Chief W.D. Joiner
said Monday. I didnt know
if he was still over there or
not. Im not sure he is still
there, Joiner continued.
Lt. Ron Stanley, of the Alachua
County Sheriffs Office, said We
heard rumors several weeks ago
that this trip was being planned,
but beyond that we know nothing
about this. It is really none
of our affair. We have no jur jurisdiction.
isdiction. jurisdiction. As far as were con concerned
cerned concerned there has been no law
violated.
Scholarship
Applications
Due Feb. 28
Students who need either
scholarships or loans from the
UF for next year have until Feb.
28 to submit their applications.
There will be at least $4.5
million available for the 1968-
69 academic year for scholar scholarships,
ships, scholarships, loans, student employment
and grants.
The National Defense Loan
Matching Fund program will pro provide
vide provide an estimated $1 million,
an increase of almost SIOO,OOO
over this years $900,000. This
program is built on contribu contributions
tions contributions from the Alumni Associa Association,
tion, Association, matched with funds from the
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UF Contestant.
GOP Senate Candidate
To Speak Thursday Night

Herman W. Goldner, candidate
for the 1968 Republican nomina nomination
tion nomination for UjS. Senator, is schedu scheduled
led scheduled to speak on campus Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night at 8 in room 105-B
of the Architecture and Fine
Arts Building.
Mr. Goldner was mayor of St.
Petersburg, Florida from 1961
to 1967.
Goldner terms himself a
moderate and is critical of
what he terms reactionaries
calling themselves conserva conservatives.
tives. conservatives.
Goldners speech is being
sponsored by the University of
Florida Young Republicans Club.

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'Bonnie And Clyde Tops
List Os Oscar Nominees

By JOE TORCHLA.
Alligator Feature Editor
Bonnie and Clyde and
Guess Who's Coming To Din Dinner?"
ner?" Dinner?" head the list of Academy
Award nominations for 1967-68
which were announced yesterday.
Each received 10 nominations,
and The Graduate" received
seven.
The most delightful and sur surprising
prising surprising nomination to come this
year was that of Audrey Hep Hepburn
burn Hepburn for the best actress in
Wait Until Dark," now at the
Center Theatre.
Also nominated for best
actress were former UF coed
Faye Dunaway for her role of
Bonnie in Bonnie and Clyde";
Katharine Hepburn for Guess
Whos Coming To Dinner?";
Dame Edith Evans for The
Whisperers" and long-overdue
Anne Bancroft for her role of
Mrs. Robinson in The Gra Graduate,"
duate," Graduate," now at the Plaza.
Warren Beatty finally got a
nomination for best actor in
Bonnie and Clyde" and new newcomer
comer newcomer Dustin Hoffman received
one for The Graduate."
But it looks like there's a
strong possibility for a senti sentimental
mental sentimental happening: namely,
Spencer Tracy.
Tracy, who makes his final
and posthumous appearance in
Guess Who's Coming To Din Dinner?,"
ner?," Dinner?," received a best-actor
nomination for the ninth time.
He won it twice.
Since Rod Steiger's role of
The Pawnbroker" he's de deserved
served deserved an award, and this year
gets a nomination (again) for
In The Heat Os The Night."
Old-time nominee Paul Newman
was also nominated for Cool
Hand Luke."
Then comes BEST PICTURE
of the year and, as the Alligator

Wednesday, February 21, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

predicted, Bonnie and Clyde"
is on, the list, along with The
Graduate," Doctor Dolittle" (a
childrens fantasy with Rex Har Harrison),
rison), Harrison), in The Heat of the Night
and of course Guess Whos
Coming To Dinner?"
Guess Whos Coming To Din Dinner?"
ner?" Dinner?" will open at the Plaza
theatre when The Graduate"
closes.
Mike Nichols (for the second
year in a row) was nominated
for a best-director award and
it was a sacrilege he didnt
receive it the first time for
Virginia Woolf."
Best director nominations
also went to Arthur Penn for
Bonnie and Clyde," Stanley
Kramer for Guess Who's Com Coming
ing Coming To Dinner?," Richard Brooks
for In Cold Blood" and Nor Norman

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man Norman Jewison for In the Heat
of the Night."
Other nominations included:
SUPPORTING ACTOR: John
Cassavetes (Dirty Dozen"),
Gene Hackman (Bonnie and
Clyde"), Cecil Kellaway (Din (Dinner"),
ner"), (Dinner"), George Kennedy (Cool
Hand Luke") and Michael J. Pol Pollard
lard Pollard (Bonnie and Clyde").
SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Ca Carol
rol Carol Channing (Thoroughly
Modern Millie"), Katharine Ross
(Graduate"), Mildred Natwick
(Barefoot in the Park"), Eztelle
Parsens (Bonnie and Clyde")
and Beah Richards (Guess
Whos Coming To Dinner?").
The Alligator review staff will
publish its list of winners before
the Awards are announced April
8.

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>, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, February 21. 1968

The
Florida Alligator
SjKaflp 3 "To Let The People Know
_ B M Harvey Alper Harold Kennedy
iM Mantgiijg Editor Executive Editor
Harold Aldrich Bob Padecky
Newt Editor Sports Editor
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The norite All letter's ottctal poetUoe oa Usoso la upnute
oaly la tea oolonns balov. Otear malarial la tlte iasoa may
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teat ot ba norite Alligator unites spadfleally indicated.

Keep Library Clean

Walking through several
rooms in the College and
Research Library leaves
us with the feeling of tour touring
ing touring a dump in the making.
Students lounging with
bare feet on walls, shelves
and books, candy wrappers
on the floors, cigarette
butts and burns on rugs
and furniture and news newspapers
papers newspapers everywhere do little
to reveal the true purpose
of the library --to study.
Coffee on the rugs in the
Research Library has be become
come become so bad that the main maintenance
tenance maintenance departmenthas had
to wash the rugs twice in
the past week. Besides
costing money, which the
University can little afford,
bringing food of any kind

... An Open Letter J
g Stephen C. OConnell |
| President, UF
Tigert Hall |
S Gainesville, Florida §
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g Dear Mr. President, f g
g Were tired. Were tired of the accelerated g
:j| pace that has been unthinkingly set for us g
g this quarter. Were tired of cramming instead g
|i of learning. g
g Education under the quarter system has be- g
g come a catastrophe. We want to see this g
j| academic system either modified or discarded. g
g The fact that the Council of Academic g
g Deans is working on correcting the inequities g
| of the quarter makes us happy. Nevertheless, g
g we know that the academic deans will be gi
g long at work before we can see any results. g
g You, Mr. President, have the power to re- g
g design our quarter system immediately -- g
g if you wish to do so. You can, by executive g
g order, demand that courses be immediately g
|i revised. g
g Your office can call for a realistic quarter g
;g which requires that students take three five g
|i hour courses a quarter -- no more, no less. ij:
g You can help us all, students and professors
alike, by demanding that such action to lighten g
jjjf course loads be taken. :j:
g Mr. President, it is you who can take the |
| pain and anguish out of the quarter system
g and make education the fulfilling experience :
g it should be. |
g You must act soon. Were not really too |
g interested in how the quarter system will be |
i| correct two years hence as a result of the s
g academic deans work. %
g We may not be students at the UF by then. |
We want some corrective measures im- j:
g mediately while were still in school. t
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THE UF STUDENT |

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into the library is against
the policy laid down by for former
mer former President Reitz.
A filled ash tray can be
dumped into a wastebasket
as easily as on the floor.
The professional libiar libiarians
ians libiarians are not maids and if
students have so little re respect
spect respect sot them or the build building
ing building and its appearance, they
should give other students
the respect of leaving the
library at least as clean as
they found it.
Keeping the library clean
is in the best interest of
the student and must be
a responsibility of the stu students
dents students or the library ad administration
ministration administration will take it
into their hands.

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STEPPING OUT
THE FINGER MAN:
A PORTRAIT
JAMES COOK

(Authors note: As this is being written, Jim
Kelley and Bo Broderius have been con convicted
victed convicted and await sentence.)
The first time I saw Tommy Harrell,
I was living with Bo and Jim in their
trailer.
The house I had been living in was torn
down because the taxes came to more than
it was worth.
It was just before Christmas and everyone
in the trailer was a little drunk. I had
gone to lay down in one of the bedrooms
when somebody yelled cops!
Sure enough a bulky gray uniform, silver
badge, gun in holster, and long flashlight
appeared in the doorway.
For a moment, silence. Then, loud laugh laughter.
ter. laughter.
Its OK, its a friend of mine,* some someone
one someone said. I wish I could remember who.
He sat down on a kitchen chair and took
off his hat.
He was a deputy sheriff. He said that he
only took pictures, that he really didnt like
the sheriffs department.
That made him an instant success. Jim
and x Bo had been arrested once or twice
before on drinking charges. No one in the
trailer at that time, that I knew of, really
liked the sheriffs department.
For a while, then, we had our own de deputy
puty deputy sheriff, albeit, a rather fat one.
He came over once or twice a week,
thereafter, always when he was supposed to
be on duty.
Hows the riff-raff? he would ask
jovially, throwing his hat down on the table
and unbuckling his gun belt.
He brought over liquor, confiscated from
teen-age parties. He ate dinner with us

Alligator Staff
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DAYBOOOCBTR MICHAEL .ABRAMS
Assistant Htwi gator
JANICE SIZEMORE JOE TORCHA
Campos Living Editor Entertainment Editor

often steaks someone had lifted from a local
convenience store.
He was something for everyone. For me,
he was a photographer, someone who could
teach me about lighting, cameras, film.
For Jim, he was a karate expert.
But his interests ran even deeper into
drugs.
I was living across town by this time. I
visited the trailer infrequently.
When Tommys visits and my own co coincided,
incided, coincided, I noticed that the conversations took
a definite turn.
Tommy said that he could get LSD from
a contact in Gainesville.
Tommy said that he could get aphro aphrodisiac.
disiac. aphrodisiac.
Tommy said .
~ Tommy wanted .
I heard that Tommy wanted someone to
find him some marijuana for a friend in
Tallahassee.
Evidently someone did.
Bo and Jim.
I was sitting in my early morning
biology class when I heard that they had
been arrested.
Their bond together totalled eighty-five
thousand dollars.
I went to the hearing.
Tom my was on the stand, testifying as he
had meant to all along.
The Investigation took five months, from
the time Tommy walked into the trailer
til early May.
On the way out of the hearing room, I
asked Tommy .
How does it feel, finger man?
Feels good. He smiled.
I dont know if the smile was real or not.
I hope not.
I thought Id seen him smile before.



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" There is no hope for the complacent man.

A Taste Os Honey Vietnam

MR. EDITOR:
' "*
Whoever said War is Hell
obviously didnt have this war
in mind. For example: I'm typing
this letter in an air-conditioned
office, Roger Williams version
of A Taste of Honey' is play playing
ing playing on the stereo in the next
room, and a grape fizzle is
bubbling in a glass of ice water
at my elbow.
In about 45 minutes Ill walk
out the door and about 50 yards
down the street to the outdoor
theater where free movies are
shown every night.
Nha Trang, the base to which
I'm assigned, is one of the most
beautiful places Ive ever seen.
It's on the coast and is sur surrounded
rounded surrounded on three sides by low,
rugged mountains and on the
fourth side by a beach which would
rival any Ive seen in Fla. The

Shes A Carolina Gator

MR. EDITOR:
Your advertisement that states
27,000 people read the Florida
Alligator daily is slightly in incorrect.
correct. incorrect. There are 27,001 people
that read the Florida Alligator
every day, that one being roe.
I am a Floridian (from Lake Lakeland)
land) Lakeland) and attend Winthrop College
in Rock Hill, South Carolina, so
I am out of contact with whats
happening in Fla. But I do have
a private subscription* to the
Florida Alligator, (a boy that I
know sends them to me each
week.) I look forward to receiv receiving

Lets Have Controversy

MR. EDITOR:
) -v
I am greatly disturbed by the
tact that the Board of Regents
and certain state officials are
trying to limit the education of
the people of the state by al allowing
lowing allowing only their point of view to
be presented.
They continuously try to pro protect
tect protect us from controversial
matters.
When a subject is controver controversial,
sial, controversial, a person should be able to
hear both sides of the argument.
Dr. Jones is being denied tenure
for daring to state his views
which conflict with those held by
the Board of Regents. We un understand
derstand understand that it is dangerous for
us to hear Congressman Powell

PALE
CLOVER CONTEST FINALS DRAW NEAR

Only nine days left to the Gator Clover Contest.
Rumor has it that unless the big fraternities get on
the ball, they are going to be outdone by some of the
smaller and newer fraternities which have gone all
out for the contest.
Several independent groups have also been formed
by the dorms ano are busy gathering the four-leaf
clovers at a fast pace.
As you may remember, the Clover Contest was
started by the Alligator two weeks ago. We figured
that what this campus needed was a little bit of luck.
Instead of Governor Kirk, or despite the Board of
Regents. We never thought the response to this contest
would be so surprising.
According to several fraternity men, the best way to
find four leaf clovers is to pull up a handful of clovers
at one time and stuff them into a paper bag. When the
bag is full you spill all the clovers out onto a white
bedsbeet and sort them out.
iWe are averaging about one four leaf clover in
every fifty,** said one 3JM flrat man. We started

mountains are completely over overgrown
grown overgrown by vegetation and
are usually shrouded in some something
thing something that is a sort of cross
between ground fog and clouds.
We even have our own section
of the beach, complete with
grass-roofed shelters to keep the
sun off when it gets hot.
It isnt all fun and games, of
course. Those lovely mountains
surrounding us are heavily in infested
fested infested with Viet Cong, and the
mountain slopes make great
firing platforms for the mortars
and rockets they throw at us from
time to time. And ten days ago
the VC were on the road that
runs between the base and the
beach. They overran the city of
Nha Trang and came within a
hundred yards of getting on the
base. Theyre back in the moun mountains
tains mountains now, though those who are
left. Air attacks forced them out

ing receiving them once a week as I can
keep up with the great UF.
I have been on your campus
several times before and fell in
love with it immediately. That is
one reason why I like to keep
up with the UF for I think it to
be a really great institute of
higher learning. Your newspaper
has been my one insight toFla.s
daily life. Keep up the good work.
SUSAN N. HAWKINS
WINTHROP COLLEGE
ROCK HILL, S.C.
PJS. Tell Albert hi for me!

or Dr. Leary, to see a film
which depicts what's really hap happening
pening happening in Vietnam, or even to
publicly debate the legality of
marijuana. Why is it they seem
so terrified at the idea of letting
us hear people who dont share
their point of view and of letting
us decide for ourselves what is
right or wrong.
Controversy makes a person
think and thinking is one of the
objectives of a good education.
How far will they carry their
policy of censorship? I hope I
never see the day when college
classrooms are bugged to make
sure the professor doesnt say
anything controversial.
BARRY FRANKLIN, lUC

0
of the city and our base security
forces fought off their attempt
to hit the base.
Were expecting them back.
Three days ago the mama-sans
(the Vietnamese women who do
laundry and cleaning and various
other housekeeping jobs on the
base) left early in the afternoon,
and we thought we were going to
be hit that night. We werent,
but every day intelligence reports
tell us that Charlie is there,
waiting.
You know, those people in the
states who let themselves be believe
lieve believe that the VC are repre representative
sentative representative of the Vietnamese
people should have been at Nha
Trang when the city was over overrun.
run. overrun. The VC, of course, had ex expected
pected expected the people to join them.
Instead, while the VC were
walking the streets, the citizens
of Nha Trang hung Republic of
Vietnam flags from their doors
and windows. And when
troops went into the city to fight,
the Vietnamese called them into
their homes to give them refresh refreshments
ments refreshments and small gifts to show
their gratitude.
I havent had a chance to fly
a combat mission yet. First I
have to get a blood chit. In case
you arent familiar with the term,
a blood chit is a certificate
written in Vietnamese and
several other languages with this
message: I am a citizen of the
United States of America. I do
not speak your language. Mis Misfortune
fortune Misfortune forces me to seek your
assistance in obtaining food,
shelter and protection. Please
take me to someone who will
provide for my safety and see
that I am returned to my people.
My government will reward you.
In case youre shot down, you can
show it to the first friendly face
you see and hope theyll take you
home. They get a reward of
500 piasters for delivering you
safely. Goes to show you how
much the Air Force considers
me worth 500 piasters is the
equivalent of about $4.20 in U.S.
currency.
Well, time for the movie. Keep
your draft card intact I might
need some help over here one of
these days.
CIAO.
J. NILES WHITE, ESQ.
UNITED STATES AEROSPACE
FORCES FOR PEACE
FORMER ALLIGATOR EDITOR

with five guys yeaterday and worked for two hours.
We found twenty four leaf clovers and believe it
or not one brother came up with a five leaf clover.
Though the only prize this year is a small trophy
this contest is the first of what we hope will become
another institution at UF. There is much prestige
associated with becoming the first fraternity, sorority,
or independent group to win such an honor. And besides
the trophies, the winners will receive full write-ups
in the school newspaper.
We remind you once more that the clovers must be
genuine four leaf clovers and they must be taped
onto white paper. Only UF campus clovers are eligible.
Incidentally, our Managing Editor Harvey Alper, de deprived
prived deprived soul, does not believe that four-leaf clovers
exist. Alper, a refugee from the Brooklyn traffic
jams, has probably never looked for four leaf clovers
in his life. A tree grows in Brooklyn. Do four leaf
clovers?
Although some people may dismiss a clover contest as
plain silly or a waste of good time there are few

Wednesday, February 21, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

Quarter Breeds Germs
MR. EDITOR:
There have been many opinions expressed as to how exhausting
the quarter system has been here at the UF. Not much can be done
to remedy the situation until a new school year has begun. However,
I'm wondering if the living areas on campus are getting a kick out of
contributing to so many of the illnesses resulting from the new system.
Since classes began, the infirmary has been filled to capacity with
students who have had mononucleosis, the flu, and bronchitis. The
cause, for the most part, has been that the students are just plain
worn out.
It wouldnt be so bad if the students were only worn out. Recently
the dorms, especially Jennings, have foiled to give any heat or suf sufficient
ficient sufficient amounts of hot water. It's disgusting going to bed after taking
a cold shower. The cold drafts in the bathrooms, ranging from forty
degrees and below certainly don't help. I might add thatibecause of
the lack of hot water, many students wake up with sore throats, colds
and aches and pains, which result in the diseases listed above.
This letter is not a complaint, but rather an official request to
have the dorms give the students what they have paid for. Is this
too much to ask? /
PIDGE BROWN, 2UC

MACE Attacks Nerves

MR. EDITOR:
Most of us have the very natural
tendency to accept at face value
the statements of UF's police
that in using the chemical
deterrent Mace on students they
are not risking damaging them
permanently. But I Imagine that
the campus police have their in information
formation information from the people who
sell Mace.
Mace is not merely a kind of
dilute tear gas. According to the
New York Times, 10/18/67, Mace
attacks a person's nervous
system, leaving him stunned."
Even the brochure put out by
General Ordinance Equipment
Corp., whose product Mace is,
says, The victim suffers tem temporary
porary temporary loss of vision accompan accompanied
ied accompanied by pain that is incapacitat incapacitating,"
ing," incapacitating,"
Here we have, I am afraid,
an example of what UF Police's
information is worth.
That innocent-sounding oil
base" is dimethyl-sulfoxide
(DMSO), an Industrial byproduct
of the pulp and paper Industry
with remarkable abilities to
penetrate skin tissue Instantly,
providing immediate absorption
and circulation for any drug it
carries. It has been used experi experimentally
mentally experimentally with schizophrenics
with the aim of controlling the
chemical penetration of brain
tissue and thus altering the trans transmission
mission transmission of nerve signals.
In 1964 Wyeth Laboratories
first noted that DMSO caused
severe eye damage in experi experimental
mental experimental animals: abnormal
changes in the refractive index
of the eyes and cataracts. When
these facts were reported, the
FDA suspended all. further test
use of the chemical. In Decem December,
ber, December, 1966, under pressure from

people who at one time in their life have not looked
for four leaf clovers.
Why in Charleston, S.C., where I spent my boyhood
it was not unusual to find six, seven, or even eight eightleaf
leaf eightleaf clovers. Several of my friends kept lizards in
jars and would put the clovers in the jars, too, to
keep the lizards company. The girls would make neck necklaces
laces necklaces out of clovers. And if you really wanted to show
everyone how brave you were, you could always chew
a few clovers and swallow them with a big grin,
clutch your throat, and pretend to die. And, of course,
if you were in a gang, you might get some clovers and
chase girls threatening to force some clovers down
their throats. Os course, now, if you have a gang,
chasing girls with clovers may not Interest you. Maybe
just chasing girls?
At any rate, we are also welcoming suggestions as
to what the Alligator might do with the clovers once
we have them. (Some of the suggestions have not been
too nice) Perhaps the Fla. legislature might need them
roost of all. Or even Gov. Kirk. President Johnson?

the N.Y. Academy of Sciences,
the FDA reinstated DMSO as a
controlled Investigational drug,
on condition that its approval
be obtained of all plans for its
use. There was good reason for
their hesitation:
Damage to major organs ..
has occurred in laboratory an animals
imals animals when massive doses of
the drug were administered
and, in some cases, when
dosages close to clinical levels
were used. Damage to embryos
also was observed . Ad Adverse
verse Adverse reactions attributed to
DMSO have ranged from head headaches
aches headaches and dizziness to der dermatitis
matitis dermatitis and ulceration of the
skin. (Federal Register, 12/
23/66.)
Now, I would like to know: Who
a) authorized use of Mace on
students in general, and why; b)
authorized use of Mace on stu students
dents students demonstrating the other day
in particular, and why; c) has the
authority to suspend that use until
it has been demonstrated that
Mace is as harmless as our
naive police assure us it is.
JAMES MILLIKAN
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF
PHILOSOPHY
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FOR SALE
TAPE RECORDER up to 7-inch
tapes; Weston light meter;
camera; Samsonite luggage. All
good condition; priced to sell.
372-1641 evenings. (A-88-lt-p)
1960 ALLSTATE Cruiseaire
motor scooter. Good condition.
$75.00 or best offer. Call Mike,
372-9144, room 512 after 5:30.
(A-88-2t-p)
ROYAL Standard Typewriter.
Excellent Condition. SSO or best
offer. Call 376-2733 after 5:30
p.m. (A-88-2t-p)
VERY GOOD INVESTMENT
Detroiter Mobile Home, 8 x 35
Cabana 8 x 20', Utility room,
8* x 12* and set up for washer
and dryer. Completely furnished.
Television and air conditioner.
$1,500. Call Tom at 378-3339
after 7:00. (A-88-st-p)
MUST SELL! 1967 Honda 90, runs
and looks like new, New $395.00,
only $250.00. Come see at 4401
SW 13th Street, Apt. I, after 5
or weekend. (A-88-3t-p)
1967 TRIUMPH Daytona
500 cc, 2,000 miles, $215.00 cash
and take up payments $31.00 per
month. Call 376-9791. (A-85-
st-p)
TAPE DECK Solid state Eico
Model RP-100, Must Sell. Best
offer takes it. Call 372-5576
after 6:00 p.m. (A-88-3t-p)

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FOR SALE
NIKON F Camera Outfit. Com Complete
plete Complete with large assortment of
lenses and accessories. 372-5576
after 6:00 p.m. (A-88-3t-p)
- - - - -
FOR SALE OR RENT: 10 x 40
Trailer. Large roomy, very
clean. Payments $56.00 per
month. Archer Road Village. Lot
C-27. After 6 p.m. (A-88-3t-p)
STUDENT CONCESSION FOR
SALE. Considerable earning po potential.
tential. potential. $300.00 cash required.
Call 378-8867 or 376-3261 Ext.
2412 after 7:00 p.m. (A-86-st-p)
BASENJI PUPPIES. Female for
pets. Wormed and all shots, AKC,
no bark or odor, short haired,
small appetites. Price secon secondary,
dary, secondary, good home primary. Phone:
376-4103. (A-85-10t- p)
BABY COMING? Play pen (wood,
folding, $10.00); car bed (canvas,
folding, $7.00); car seat (vinyl
upholstered, folding, $8.00); call
376-4649. (A-87-3t-p)
WEBCOR four-track stereo tape
recorder with two new dynamic
microphones, a tape library and
all accessories. Cost $325.00
new. Will sell for $150.00 or best
offer. Call John at 372-6837. (A (A---
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MOBILE HOME 10 x 50* Lib Liberty,
erty, Liberty, Air Conditioning, Central
Heating, Television, Completely
Furnished. Your Best Trailer
Buy for $2,588. 372-3767 after
5 p.m. (A-83-10t-p)

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, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, February 21, 1968

FOR SALE
MOBILE HOME for sale 10
x 56, carpeting and kitchen ap appliances
pliances appliances otherwise unfurnished.
Central Air Conditioning and
heating. Excellent condition. Call
378-2747. (A-88-st-p)
FOR RENT
TRAILER for rent. Large, 3
bedroom, 2 baths. On private,
large, wooded lot water fur furnished.
nished. furnished. SIOO.OO month. 378-2453
or 372-0396. (B-86-st-p)
MUST SUBLET Spring and/or
Summer. Attractive, furnished,
poolside Summit House Apt. One
bedroom, heat-AC, moderately
priced. 378-7070. (B-86-st-p)
1 BEDROOM, kitchenette, fur furnished,
nished, furnished, AC, 1 block from campus,
hot and cold water included, SBS,
married couple only. Call 376-
0059 after 5. (B-86-3t-p)
FOR RENT: 1533-1535 NW sth
Avenue. One bedroom furnished
apartment, air conditioned.
5 blocks from University. $95.00
per month. Call 376-8475 or 376-
1065. (B-88-st-p)
SPLIT LEVEL APARTMENT.
Ideal for two. Three blocks from
campus. Ready for occupancy.
Air conditioning, automatic
washer. Lease now through Sum Summer
mer Summer term. slls/month now, SBO/
month summer term. Call 372-
0916, 4-7 p.m. (B-86-st-p)
LARGE bedroom, connecting
bathroom near University. Phone
376-0404. (B-86-st-p)
FRENCH QUARTER #B7. Spend
your days and nights in luxury.
Pick up lease starting spring
term at reduced rate for 3
or 4. 378-3514 or 378-7805. (B (B---87-st-p)
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Hf 7 ,-- WANTECT=f
LEGAL SECRETARY wanted.
Experience not necessary. Must
be proficient in shorthand and
typing. Scruggs, Carmichael &
Tomlinson. Telephone 376-5242.
(C-86- st-p)
FEMALE roommate needed for
immediate occupancy. Olympia
Apt. 2 blocks from campus. Se Security
curity Security deposit and last months
rent already paid. Call 376-0066.
(C-87- st-p)
WANTED!! A fourth coed to share
Village Park apartment for now
and/or next quarter. Good fi financial
nancial financial arrangements. Call 378-
4222. (C-86-3t-p)
WANTED!! Attractive coed scuba
diver for diving buddy. Must have
diving gear. Possible trip to
Silver Springs; weekend of March
1. Call 376-9361, Room 311.
(C-88-st-p)
WANTED; Male Roommate, Vil Village
lage Village 34, Apt. 42 Telephone 378-
8704. (C-88-st-p)
MUST SUBLEASE; University
Gardens Apt. 1 bedroom or find
one female roommate for spring
and summer quarters. Call 378-
5841. (C-88- st-p)
RIDE wanted to Atlanta. Leave
Friday, Feb. 23, return Sunday,
Feb. 25. Please call Carol Jones
at 372-9311. (C-88-It-p)
MALE Roommate needed 3rd
Quarter. 2 bedroom Apt. $45.00
a month. You have your own
private bedroom. 372-5079. Call
after 6. (C-88-3t-p)
ROOMMATE wanted for next
Quarter. University Gardens, 716
SW 16 Ave., Apt 107. $41.25
per month, and one fourth of
utilities. (C-88-12t-p)
HELP WANTED
STUDENT EMPLOYMENT in
Yellowstone and all U.S. Nation National
al National Parks. Booklet tells where and
how to rpply. Send SI.OO to Arnold
Agency, 206 East Main, Rexburg,
Idaho. 83440 (E-83-6t-p)
WAITRESSES! Must be 21, Part
time and full time shift avail available,
able, available, evening only. Apply Ginos
Italian Restaurant Experience
helpful but not necessary. 376-
1322, 2204 SW 13th St. (E-88-
ts-c)
BUSBOY! Part time. Hours 5 p.m.
to approx. 8:30 p.m. Six days a
week. Apply Ginos Italian Res Restaurant.
taurant. Restaurant. Call 376-1322. 2204 SW
13th St. Gainesville, Fla. (E-88-
ts-c)
DELIVERY BOYS Part time
and full time shifts available.
Drive our Vehicles. Apply Ginos
Italian Restaurant. 376-1322,
2204 SW 13th St. (E-88-ts-c)
SALES representative (Trainee).
Medium sized Central Florida
Printing Company is seeking the
* services of Sales Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives to work in the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Ocala Area. Applicants
should have capability of produc producing
ing producing at least $8,500 to SIO,OOO
sales vim. per month, and with
the desire to constantly improve
their potential. The Company will
conduct a public relations and ad advertising
vertising advertising campaign. Co-ordin Co-ordinated
ated Co-ordinated with the sales effort com compensation
pensation compensation includes base salary
plus liberal commission, expense
allowances, Company Insurance
pro *? tn and other fringe bene- 1
fits. ;. i d written resume toStor toStorter
ter toStorter l-.i.dng C0.,.1024 Sj, ( Ma|n
Street, Gainesville,
phone calls)? (£-#6-1 ** 1

HELP WANTED I
INTERESTED in working at a
summer camp? Red Raider, Ohio;
boys and girls; general counsel counselling,
ling, counselling, horseback riding, swim swimming,
ming, swimming, arts and crafts; Come to
the interview Monday, Feb. 26,
1:00 p.m., Room 357 Union. (E (E---88-3t-p)
--88-3t-p) (E---88-3t-p)
AUTOS
*62 VW, radio heater, excellent
condition, $500.00 plus 4 remain remaining
ing remaining monthly payments. Call 376-
3261 Ext. 3436 between 8 and 5.
(G-84-6t-p)
LEAVING for boot camp next
week. Must sell XK-E Jaguar
roadster, blue, new michelin
tires, needs hood work, $1,625.
Archer Rd. Village Trailer Park,
Alpha 8. (G-84-3t-p)
1965 MUSTANG V 8 automatic
- radio SWS British racing green.
$1,295 or best offer. Call 378-
3659. (G-83-st-p)
ENGLISH FORD, 1959. Good
body, new engine, clean, good
tires. Good mileage. S2OO. 378-
5774. (G-86-3t-p)
1960 SILVER FIAT 150 cc Sports Sportscar.
car. Sportscar. Double overhead Cam
(OSCA) Engine, Headers, new
tires and paint, Seat Belts, roll
up windows, good top and solid
body. $630.00. Call 378-8867 or
376-3261 Ext 2412 after 7:00p.m.
(G-86- st-D)
WANT
ADS
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1959 MG, New Top, Tonneau,
Motor in excellent condition,
$400.00. Call 378-6263 after 5:00
p.m. 376-3261, Ext. 2455 before
5:00. (G-88- st-p)
PORSCHE 57. Black. 1600 S. Re Rebuilt
built Rebuilt transmission. New Alumi Aluminum
num Aluminum Magnesium Pistons. New
Pirelli Tires. Body refinished.
Phone 378-1121 after 5 and week weekends
ends weekends on Univ. Ext. 2877. (G (G---88-st-p)
--88-st-p) (G---88-st-p)
MUST SACRIFICE: 1966 VW Se Sedan.
dan. Sedan. Excellent condition, factory
air, heater, radio. Red with white
interior. Many other extras. Call
Univ. Ext. 2951 or 376-1258 be between
tween between 8:30-5:00. (G-88-st-c)

I ROBBIE 7 S I
The Best In Steab^
Meals Bf-g*ridwiche a
T.V. & BILLIARDS
11718 W. University Ave.

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CHUCK: I LOVES YA!! ALWAYS,
ME. (J-87-3t-p)
FLYING to Fort Lauderdale. 5
passengers, $20.00 round-trip,
1 1/2 hours flying time, leave
2/28, return 3/3, Don Kozich,
378-1863. (J-87-3t-p)
CLASSIFIEDS
TO THE SAVED ONE from the
Saved one Happy Birthday, Dear
Heart. (J-88-lt-p)
T* WOO WOO, It has been a
wonderful 4 months. Happy An Anniversary.
niversary. Anniversary. Love, Woo. (J-88-
It-P) 1 1
HELP! Anyone seeing auto acci accident
dent accident on Radio Road by Ag. En Engineering
gineering Engineering Bldg Tuesday 10-24-67,
8:05 a.m., Please call 376-4179
after 5 p.m. (J-88-3t-p)
FIJI MAN, Happy 21st Birthday.
I Love You, Nutty. (J-88-lt-p)
Am.. i n
MARDI GRAS transportation,
round trip, sleeping space, all
for S2O. Leaving Friday morning,
23rd, back for Monday classes.
Call 378-4954 or 378-8810. (J (J---81-4t-p)
--81-4t-p) (J---81-4t-p)
HERMAN GOLDNER, former St.
Pete mayor and US Senate can candidate
didate candidate speaks at Young Republi Republicans
cans Republicans meeting, Thursday, 8 p.m.
Room 105-B Architecture Build Building.
ing. Building. (J-88-2t-p)
LOST & FOUND |
WHOEVER picked up a black
notebook in 128 Tigert, Mon.
afternoon, Please return im immediately.
mediately. immediately. No questions asked.
Call 372-3248 or return to 128
Tigert. (L-88-lt-p)
SERVICES
alternators generators
STARTERS Electrical systems
tested repairs. Auto Electric
Service 603 SE Second Street.
378-7330. (M-78-ts-c)
SPANISH Tutoring, 378-4600.
(M-85- st-p) A
DRAFTING SERVICE.. ive your
report, thesis or dissertation the
professional look. I specialize in
graphs, sketches, diagrams, and
illustrations. 376-7064. (M-85-
st-p)

Wednesday, February 21, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

Western Humecoming
Tops Dorm Events

Hume's traditional Ha Hawaiian
waiian Hawaiian is no more! Replacing
it will be a two day fun-for-all fun-for-allhappening
happening fun-for-allhappening called Humecoming!
The western themed experiment
in fun will be the biggest social
event ever sponsored by a re residence
sidence residence hall. Never before have
two bands, a movie, a barbecue,
talent show, bonfire, Playday,
and a gambling cassino been pre presented
sented presented in one event over a two
day period.
The weekend begins with a bon bonfire
fire bonfire at 7:00 p.m. on Friday. The
size of the bonfire will be limited
only by the imagination of the
participants. An outdoor talent
show follows with section skits
and individual talent Dresented.
The Gene Middleton Show, fea featuring
turing featuring a nine piece soul band,
takes over tot the remainder
of the evening. Middleton
recorded two records in 1967
and now has one on the survey
entitled You Can Get It Now."
Besides male singers, the show
includes a female vocalist with

WHATS
HAPPENING
By DAVID CHAFIN
Alligator Staff Writer
IN REFLECTING ON THE GREAT MEN OF HISTORY LIKE
BLACKBEARD OR CAPTAIN KIDD: Professor Cornelius Goslinga will
speak on The Greatest Act of Piracy in History" tonight at 8
o'clock in the Colloquium Room of the College Library. His talk is
sponsored by the Center for Latin American Studies.
IN COFFEE BEANS AND INDIAN ART: A coffee hour discussion
on Indian Art (the Ghandi kind, not the Tonto) will be held in room
123 of the Reitz Union today at 3:30 p.m. Sponsored by the Indian
Club and the Department of Religion, the discussion will be led by
Prof. R. C. Craven, Director of the University Gallery.
IN CIVILIZING SAVAGES (EVEN THOUGH OUR YEARBOOK IS
NAMED AFTER THEM): More Gator Bait from the Florida State
Gator Fodder Farm (known in polite society as FSU) comes to the
Florida Gym tonight at 7:45.
IN WOODEN SHOE-INS: You may sit-in" on two movies tonight
in room 105 of the Architecture and Fine Arts Building at 7:30:
Flanders in the 15th Century" and Portrait of Holland l7th
Century."
IN ARCHITECTURE OF A DIFFERENT KIND: The L.D.S. Institute
will have a discussion of Building a Personal Philosophy of Life"
at the Mormon Student Center at 7:30 tonight.
IN NEWS OF JEWS: The Hillel Foundation sponsors the institute
of Judaic Studies tonight at 7:30 p.m.
IN TRYING TO ELIMINATE FAILURES TO COMMUNICATE: Blue
Key's Dialogue committee, a sort of middle man between students
and administrators, meets in rooms 362 and 361 of the union tonight
at 7:30.
IN UF'S FRED FLINTS TONES: The Florida Speleological Society
meets in room 355 of the union tonight at 7.
IN GREEK LETTER GOINGS ON, (MORE AND MORE): Alpha Ep Epsilon
silon Epsilon Delta has as its guest speaker Dr. Hugh mu at their meeting
in room M 321 of the Medical Science Building at 8 tonight.
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the sound charms of Aretha ~
Franklin.
Hume Olympics begins the
second day's events at 3:00 p.m.
with a greased pig contest, a
3-legged race, and many other
games. Next on the agenda is a
barbecue followed by a blanket blanketwrapping
wrapping blanketwrapping outdoor mivie, Rare
Breed," a western goody starring
Jimmie Stewart and Maureen O'-
Hara.
We the People," who just
released a record in December,
will entertain Saturday night.
Meanwhile in the Hume Saloon,
root beer on tap, dancing Can-
Can girls and talent acts will
spark the weary dancers.
Tickets for the full weekend,
or individual events are on sale
at the Florida Union, Hume Hall,
and the Hub. Cost for the en entire
tire entire weekend is $5.00 per couple.
Attending either dance will cost
participants $2.00 per couple and
the Barbeque is $1.25 per per person.
son. person. (Students in the meal plan
will receive a $.50 reduction per
person.)

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5, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, February 21, 1968

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\JrclllJsLt? and

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

CAMPUS CALENDAR
Wednesday, February 21
Fla. Speleological Society: meet meeting,
ing, meeting, 355 Union, 7 p.m.
L.DJS. Institute: Building a Per Personal
sonal Personal Philosophy of Life,
L.D.S. Student Center, 7:30
p.m.
Benton Engineering Council:
meeting, 346 Union, 7:30 p.m.
Architecture Lecture: Mr. Kid Kidder-Smith,
der-Smith, Kidder-Smith, Italian Squares,
105 B AFA, 8 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, Hll Hlllel
lel Hlllel Foundation, 7:30 p.m.
Paint for Fun: Art Lessons, 118
Union, 7:30 p.m.
Basketball: Fla. vs. F.S.U., Fla.
Gym., 7:45 p.m.
Alpha Epsilon Delta: guest speak speaker,
er, speaker, Dr. Hugh Hill, M-321M58,
8 p.m.
Latin American Colloquium:
Prof. Cornells Goslinga, The
Greatest Act of Piracy in His History,
tory, History, Colloquium Rm., Col College
lege College Library, 8 p.m.
Engineering Dames: Tupperware
Party, Univ. Womens Club,
8 p.m.
Union Movie: Dr. Faustus,
Union Aud., 8:15 p.m.
Thursday, February 22
Student Contractors and Builders
Assn.: film, Man the
Builder, 16C AFA, 7:30 p.m.
Christian Science Organization:
testimony meeting, 357 Union,
5:45 p.m.
WSA: Council meeting, Mallory
Hall Rec. Room, 7 p.m.
Gamma Beta Phi: membership
meeting, 355 Union, 7:15 p.m.
Miss U of F: Preliminarys, Con Constans
stans Constans Theatre, 7:30 p.m.
Student Assn, for Health, P.E.
and Recreation: President
Stephen O'Connell, Role of
Physical Educator in Today's
Society, Law School Aud.,
7:30 p.m.
Engineering Dames: Dr. Knox
Millsaps, The Care and Feed Feeding
ing Feeding of Engineers, Aero Space
Aud.. 8 p.m.
U of F Young Republicans: guest
speaker, Herman Goldner, 105
B AFA, 8 p.m.
Newman Club Discussion: Dr.
Henry Lyons, A Psychiatrist
Looks at Morality, Catholic
Student Center, 8 p.m.
Union Movie: Dr. Faustus,
Union Aud., 8:15 p.m.
AIA Film Series: Flanders in
the 15th Century, and Por Portrait
trait Portrait of Holland 17th
Century, 103 B AFA, 7:30
p.m.
Friday, February 23
Sigma Lambda Chi: initiation of
new members, AFA Bldg., 5
p.m. All members please
attend

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GAINESVILLE FLORIDA CAMPUS FEDERAL CREDITUNIOKI^WI!L./w.

Union Movie: Dr. Faustus,
Union Aud., 7 & 9:30 p.m.
Humecoming: bonfire, Hume Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Field, 7 p.m.
Humecoming: Talent Show, Hume
Athletic Field, 7:30 p.m.
Fla. Folk Dancers: dancing, 214
Fla. Gym, 8 p.m.
Miss U of F Contest: Finals,
Constans Thehtre, 8 p.m.
Humecoming: The Gene Middle Middleton
ton Middleton Show, Hume Rec. Room,
8:30 p.m.
UNION BOX OFFICE
Tickets are now on sale for
Dr. Faustus, Humecoming,
Miss University of Florida
Contest, and A Wilde Evening
With Shaw.
ADMINISTRATIVE
NOTICES
WORK-STUDY JOBS. Wanted
U of F students eligible for
College Work-Study for part parttime
time parttime work. Jobs available for
typists, library clerks and lab laboratory
oratory laboratory assistants (students with
biology or chemistry back background).
ground). background). Please contact Student
Employment, Rm. 182, Bldg. E.
CARDINAL NEWMAN WEEK:
Newman clubs throughout the
United States are celebrating the
75th anniversary of their found founding
ing founding Feb. 18-25 The doors of
the Catholic Student Center will
be open all week and visitors
will be welcome. Special events
sponsored by the Newman Club
include a Communion Breakfast
on Sunday, a theological discus discussion
sion discussion on Thursday and a spa spaghetti
ghetti spaghetti dinner on Saturday.
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BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIPS:
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SECOND PLACE WINNER
Grad uate Is Odd, Com pass io note

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This review
by Paul Peplewski, 7AS, takes
second place in the Alligator
movie review contest. The first
place winner will be printed in
Friday's Alligator.)
By PAUL PEPLEWSKI
It is not often that an audience
can sense the involvement of
film-makers in their work as
easily as it can in The Grad Graduate.*
uate.* Graduate.*
This odd, compassionate film
has been made with care and
sensitivity that carries it safely
over a number of pitfalls
such as switching its course half halfway
way halfway through the running time to
tell a completely different storv.
Benjamin Braddock is con confused,
fused, confused, sincere, vaguely alienated
today's college hero, off to
discover values in the world.
He is played by a remarkably
skillful young actor named Dus Dustin
tin Dustin Hoffman, who trudges through
the entire picture wearing a look
of quiet desperation.
The first half of the film tells
of Benjamins sexual initiation
at the hands of a predatory fam family
ily family friend, Mrs. Robinson. This
section is an expert example,
not of satire (the tentative at attempts
tempts attempts at satire Benjamin's
parents, the graduation party
are too imitative to be effective),
but of the stylized comedy at
which so many American writers
are adept.
Most of these opening set setpieces
pieces setpieces are extremely funny, but
the hotel-room scenes are re remarkable
markable remarkable in other ways. They
involve a rare lack of self-con self-consciousness
sciousness self-consciousness in their handling of
sex and they provide an un unusual
usual unusual opportunity to see two fine
actors playing off one another:
Hoffman, summoning up half-di half-digested
gested half-digested fragments of sexual so sophistication,
phistication, sophistication, and Anne Bancroft,
displaying a strange, frightening
combination of sexuality and
authority.
The second half of the film
is something very different; it
begins with the entrance of Kath Katharine
arine Katharine Ross (a charming, natural
performance) and evolves Into a
really tender and believable love
story.
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Lyricism is a tricky, elusive
quality to capture on film, and
American audiences are usually
content to swoop down on such
bland experiences in pastel
photography as A Man and a
Woman.
The Graduate is the real
thing. The effects captured are
those of a modern folk-tale; Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin launches off on his insane
quest to win Elaine, shot through
diffused sunlight, the soundtrack
silent except for Simon and Gar Garfunkel
funkel Garfunkel singing their quiet, wist wistful
ful wistful adaptation of Scarborough
Fair.

REVIEWS
'Sergeant Ryker
By SAND DRECHSLER
Alligator Reviewer
Sergeant Ryker, now at the Florida, is emotion-filled suspense
that is interesting as well as entertaining. And Lee Marvin, as usual,
convincingly carries the full weight of his title role.
Sergeant Ryker gets off to a slow start with a few flashbacks
and a lot of background material. But, once the viewer gets the hang
of things, he is off into a very good plot. The story itself being a true
to life happening that took place during the Korean War.
Sgt. Ryker is convicted of treason for defecting to the Commies,
and his prosecutor does a turn about by obtaining a retrial through
much fanagling and manages to get the aging former hero off the
hook.
Lee Marvin seems almost out of place playing the lead in a drama,
but he is superb at playing emotional parts, whether they be comedy
or drama. He's a little off at first, but as the action picks up and he
gets more deeply involved, he gets really good.
Vera Miles, who plays Rykers unloving but faithful (?) wife, does
a superb job supported by Bradford Dillman, Rykers Army prose prosecutor.
cutor. prosecutor. Lloyd Nolan puts in a tremendous performance as the Army
general who allows the new court-martial in spite of the fact that he
is in the process of beating a fast retreat before the Commies and
his conviction is that Ryker is guilty.
The story is quite believable, but the setting is another matter.
There is a war and retreat going on, but the evidence of this fact
is very unconvincing.
If you like war pictures, this is certainly one you wouldn't want
to miss. Sergeant Ryker is a very good flick although the polish
is a little too brilliant. However, you won't be wasting your time if
you see this movie.
(Rating **)
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Only at the end does Mike
Nichols begin to strain for ef effects.
fects. effects. Then we get ugly, con contorted
torted contorted close-ups of Elaine's par parents,
ents, parents, while poor Benjamin joins
the spiraling number of Christ Christfigures
figures Christfigures in American films.
The film is technically fine,
particularly its fluid, graceful
photography. The use of over overlapping
lapping overlapping sound, the occasionally
striking use of color (Miss Ban Bancroft,
croft, Bancroft, all in black, framed dis dismally
mally dismally against the stark white
walls of the hallway after her
daughter has been told of the
adultery), the Paul Simon songs

Wednesday, February 21, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

all contribute to the total
effect.
The editing, by Sam O'Steen,
is particularly noteworthy and
liable to go unnoticed. It has
a relaxed, flowing quality that has
not been much in evidence since
Richard Lester arrived with his
frenetic Beatle pictures.
Here the camera dares to lin linger
ger linger on Hoffmans face; abrupt
cuts soon give way to rhyth rhythmical
mical rhythmical lap dissolves there is

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one fleeting, extremely moving
glimpse of a paper on which
Benjamin has written Elaine's
name over and again.
To say the film is a skillful
fantasy (as might, I think, be
argued) is to overlook the real
and carefully understated mo moments
ments moments of agony shared by the
three leading characters. These
are as much a part of the pic picture
ture picture as its happy ending; they,
too, reflect upon the artistry
and humanity of its makers.

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HERE TONIGHT AT 7;45
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When Gators Try FSU

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Editor
Floridas basketball team, out
of the running for the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference champion championship,
ship, championship, will attempt to salvage
some pride when it takes on
Florida State here tonight at
7:45.
UF was in the thick of the
SEC fight 10 days ago. But the
Gators lost conference games
to Lousiana State and Auburn.
UF can now only anticipate the
end of the season three games
away and much-welcomed rest
from the basketball wars.
This certainly hasnt been the
season I hoped for/ said Coach
Tommy Bartlett, but then again,
what season is, when you lose
a game?
The Gators have lost eight of
them this year, while winning 14.
Thats a respectable 64 per cent
winning percentage but embar embarrassing
rassing embarrassing when placed alongside
Kentuckys 17-4.
Os mare importance, the Ga Gators
tors Gators are also-rans in the SEC
with an 11-5 slate. UK leads all
with a 11-3 record.
I am disappointed in the year
but we have done a few things
well, said Bartlett. Weve
beaten more good teams than any
other Florida team has in the
past.
But the trouble is that we
are so up-and-down all the time,
concluded Bartlett.
The Gators came back after a
tragic Christmas road trip and
won their way back into a con conference
ference conference contender.
But its too late for a UF
comeback with just two SEC
games left and Bartlett knows it.
We*ll try to salvage some something
thing something from these remaining
games, said Bartlett, espec especially
ially especially a little pride against FSU
tonight.
FSU has a 17-5 record and a
very good at-large chance to
enter a post-season tourney. The
Seminoles have only won twice
at Florida in the series his history
tory history but figure to give the Ga Gators
tors Gators their best effort ever.
Even after two losses in the
conference, said Bartlett, we
wont have much problem of pre pre--w

Sigma Nu Cops Cage Crown
Pi Lam Favored For Handball

Sigma Nu, providing an effect effective
ive effective display of poise and con confidence,
fidence, confidence, shook off a late four
point deficit to whip Delta Tau
Delta 35-27 for the Orange
League basketball championship.
The Nu*s went out to a 10-7
lead in the first quarter behind
the hot hand of guard Chuck
Schaffer. Despite the fact that
the Delts had three men at 65,
the Nu*s completely dominated
the backboards with their three
mermen, John Me -ton, T,m
* .on, J Hoi\?2-
d the beginning of the second
quarter, the Delts added Ralph
Erickson to the lineup and he
immediately caught fire. Erick Erickson
son Erickson and big Jim Hadley com combined
bined combined to tie up the score at
halftime, 17-17. ;

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Gary Mcelroy
paring for FSU.
Our game makes their season
and even though we beat them
up at their place by eight points,
well have to give them a better
account of ourselves. Bartlett
says this because some of his
offensive punch and rebounding
strength has been lost.
Gary McElroy, a valuable cog
in the Gators offensive machine,
broke his nose at Auburn Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night and is listed as
doubtful by Bartlett for the FSU
game.
If McElroy, who averages 8.6
points and 6.2 rebounds a game,
does play, he will be wearing a
face mask.
Gary wants to play so bad,
said Bartlett, but it just de depends
pends depends on how he can adjust to
that face mask.
Whether McElroy adjusts or
not to the face mask, hell have
that nose operated on either
Thursday or Friday of this week.
McElroy wouldn't have played at
all against FSU but the operating
equipment wont be ready till
Thursday.
So the 6-6 senior, no matter
what, will miss his final two
games of his college career.
If McElroy doesn't start, his
duties will probably foil to Mike
Rollyson, averaging 7.4 points
and 4.1 rebounds. But Bartlett
isnt even sure wholl replace
McElroy.

The lead changed hands several
times in the second half before
the Delts took a 23-19 advan advantage
tage advantage with Hadley and Erickson
pumping them in from all over.
But that was the last time
the Delts would see the lead.
Sigma Nu closed the gap and
tied the score at 25-25 and then
took a two point advantage. With
just under two minutes remaining
the Delts purposely fouled Eddie
Todd. That was a mistake. Todd
promptly connected both foul
ries and four me re befo: the
b e ended with the score u ok okiiig
iiig okiiig nothing liKe how close 'he
game really was.
One of the big differences in
the game was the ineffective
shooting of Delt guard Wayne
Shaw. Shaw connected on a nifty
layup early in the game but that

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NEAL WALK
But Im sure of one thing,
Neal Walk, said Bartlett. He
has been our most consistent
player this year.
Its not even a question that
hes been playing like an All-
America. He has always per performed.
formed. performed. He really only had one
bad game, against Auburn. And
even that wasnt half-bad.
Walk is averaging 26.9 points
a game and 19.1 rebounds.
BULLETIN
Florida States high-scoring
Seminoles Tuesday accepted a
bid to the National Collegiate
Athletic Association tournament.
their first such Invitation.
The Seminoles, the third high highest
est highest scoring team in the nation
with a 94.4 average, have com compiled
piled compiled a 17-5 record thus far, the
best FSU basketball worksheet
since 1955. They have topped the
100 mark in nine games.
This is a real tribute to our
kids, coach Hugh Durham said
following formal acceptance of
the bid by athletic director
Vaughn Mancha.
This is something we have
been shooting for since January
and is one of our goals we have
set for our basketball program,
Durham said.

turned out to be his only tally
of the night.
Schaffer and Todd both ended
the night with 11 points for the
Nu*s. Hadley also collected 11
for the Delts despite superb
coverage by Tim Culbertson.
The basketball championship,
Sigma Nu*s second straight,
boosted them 65 points into the
lead over Lambda Chi Alpha.
The next Orange League sport
is handball and might close up
the conference.
Pi Lambda Phi, presently hold holding
ing holding down third place in the league
is a strong favorite to walk away
with the handball trophy.
Pi Lam is strong and ex experienced,*
perienced,* experienced,* said intramurals
hea#Ray Rollyson. They must
be considered the favorites.**

SPORTS

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Page 14

Local Players Shine
In Union Tournament
The Association of College Unions Invitational Tourney ended
last Saturday afternoon with the awarding of trophies to the winners.
Florida, as this year's host for the Region Six Tournament, was
not to be denied its share of the trophies, as it swept all Bridge
events on the clever plays of Stephen Stone, Steve Hayskar, Dennis
Werner, and Tom Flowers.
One of UF's top chess teams, George Carswell and James Byrd, won
the team chess event. Byrd was also runner-up in the individual
chess event.
Florida coeds did an admirable job also, with Kelly Kish, placing
second in pocket billiards, Dee Dee Horn, and Mary Jane Noel cap capturing
turing capturing the Women's Doubles Bowling event and Miss Noel getting
the runner-up spot to Mamie Robinson of Florida A.&M. in the Women's
all events" category.
The tournament was not without its moments of drama. One boy
from Georgia Tech rolled six straight strikes, only to open in the
next frame, relieving the tense crowd and ending his hopes for a
perfect game.
Little Miss Kish almost carried away the Women's Pocket Billiards
Championship as she led her opponent in the finals 34-17 and needed
only one more ball to win. But her cool opponent Lynn Beach of
Florida Atlantic, stepped to the table and ran 18 straight balls for
a 35-34 first place win. Erwin Liverman of Miami displayed his
extraordinary skill with a come-from-behind victory that left the
crowd of over a hundred in utter disbelief. He was losing 62-35
(a winning score is 75) when he calmly stepped up and ran 41 straight
balls to win.
A much deserved pat on the back must go to A. C. U. Region Six
Diirector Jack Maurer, Mr. Meeth, manager of the Union Games
Room and Dan Goodman, chairman of the Union Board Recreation.
V.
LeMaster Signs Pact

HOUSTON (UPI) Southpaw
Denny Lemaster of the Houston
Astros has agreed to terms and
will report to the Astros spring
training camp in Cocoa, Fla.,
immediately, Astro officials said
Tuesday.
Lemaster, acquired from the
Atlanta Braves in an off-season
trade, agreed to terms by tele telephone
phone telephone from his home in Cham Chamblee,
blee, Chamblee, Ga., in a conversation with
general Manager H.B. Spec"
Richardson in Cocoa.
Lemaster had said only Monday
that he and Richardson were far
apart and he planned to go hunt hunting
ing hunting as the Astros opened the
training camp. He said he had
rejected what Richardson said
was his final offer.
Astro officials said they did
not know what kind of a com compromise
promise compromise was accomplished.
Lemaster, who will be 29 Sun Sunday,

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day, Sunday, had a 9-9 record with a
3.35 earned run average last
year, but he was 7-2 at mid
season before being bothered by
back trouble.
Good N Small
TUSKEGEE, Ala. (UPI) Four
predominantly Negro Georgia
colleges were ranked among the
top 12 Tuesday in final basket-,
ball standings for the southwide
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic
Conference. Lane College of
Jackson, Tenn., and Bethune-
Cookman of Daytona Beach, Fla.,
both with 11-1 records, tied for
first.
Other Georgia colleges among
the top 12 were Morris Brown
(8-4) of Atlanta, tied with Knox Knoxville
ville Knoxville College (8-4) for fourth
place.



TfTe All-SEC Te amfli]
BY 808 PADECKY MtM
alligator sports editor pBgHH|

David Moffit, area sports chief for United Press
International in Atlanta, sent over wire this week weekend
end weekend ballots for UPls All-Southeastern Conference
basketball team.
Nominations include first and second team, Player
of the Year and Coach of the Year.
Therefore, with apologies to Jeanne Dixon and
the Great Criswell, here goes.
For the first team selection, Louisiana State's
guard Pete Maravlch has to head the list. Experts
being what they are, they like a boy who scores.
Pistol has done it, about 45 times a game.
Florida center Neal Walk deserves first team
choice, possibly even more than Maravich. Walks
coach, Tommy Bartlett, says Neal could score
just as much as Maravich if he shot as much.
But Neal doesnt, he spends time rebounding.
And he does both well enough to be among the
top ten in the nation. Pete cant shoot that down.
After the easy picking of Maravich and Walk
for first-team, the selections now become a little
sticky. If the choices are based on positions, then
the selections for guard become tough.
With one guard spot left, one can choose from
Tennessees Bill Justus and Tom Hendrix, Ala Alabamas
bamas Alabamas Mike Nordholz and Vanderbilts Tom Hagan.
Based on game films and games against the
Gators, Hagan takes the spot. Vandy has been up
and down all year like UF, but Hagan has re remained
mained remained steady, leading the team in scoring with
a 20-plus average and engineering a great floor
game.
One of the forwards is Vanderbilt soph Bob
Bundy, who leads the SEC in field goal percentage.'
The other forward is another soph, Kentuckys
' Mike Casey.

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LEAGE FOOTBALL TEAM.
Standing: Dale Heard (Sigma
Nu); Joe Martin (SPE); Paul Mitt Mittman
man Mittman (TEP); Rick Perillo (TEP);
Bill Hawkins (PLP); Larry Cut Cuthill
hill Cuthill (PDT).
Kneeling: Buddy Nelson (LXA);
BUI Tucker (TEP); Stu Goodman
(TEP); Jery Furnari (PLP).
Not pictured: Nick Nicosia
(PLP); WUkie Schell (BTP); Mike
Hutcherson (LXA); Bill Mcride
(ATO).
Walk Leads
Neal Walk, the Florida center
deluxe, latched 27 rebounds
against LSU to raise his 21-
game average to 19.5, almost
four per game better that the
nearest SEC competitor. Bob
Lienhard of Georgia grabs 15.7
per game, Kentucky's Dan Issel
12.1, Tennessee's Toro Boer Boerwinkle
winkle Boerwinkle 11.7 and Alabama's Tom
Jones, ten even.

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The second team is much easier to pick. Center
is Georgia sophomore Bob Lienhard. Lienhard
gets the nod over Tennessees 7-foot Tom Boer Boerwinkle.
winkle. Boerwinkle.
At guards, Hendrix and Nordholz pair up.
The forwards become Floridas Andy Owens
and Gary McElroys friend, Wally Tinker of Au Auburn.
burn. Auburn.
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The SEC Player of the Year Award has to be
either Walk or Maravich. Liking a complete bas basketball
ketball basketball player, I would pick Walk. But knowing
how the experts love the scorer, Maravich will
win.
The Coach of the Year will be the one who
coaches the SEC champion. LSUs Press Mara Maravich
vich Maravich might receive nominations but I cant vote
for a coach of a one-man team. It certainly doesnt
show much for strategy.
So then, picking the team to win is picking the
coach, and Adolph Rupp will be the Coach. Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky is in the drivers seat now and with Rupp
close to retirement, the Wildcats will remain atop
of everybody.
Rupp also has molded a bunch of young sopho sophomores,
mores, sophomores, three of them to be exact, into a starting
lineup and a conference winner, c
A few more awards could be sent to Moffit,
although the man wont require them.
One is for the best game of the Year, Florida
beating Vanderbilt IN Vanderbilt.
The Overrated Award Tennessees Tom Boer Boerwinkle.
winkle. Boerwinkle.
The Best Team in a Streak Award Florida.
And the Worst Team in a Streak UF.

Wednesday, February 21 1968, The Florida Alligator,

Atlanta Games On TV
Braves Name 5 Scouts

ATLANTA (UPI) The At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta Braves said Monday that
20 games would be televised
over its 20-station network dur during
ing during the 1968 seasontwo at home
and 18 on the road. The home
games will feature San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco May 21 and Chicago Aug. 5.
The televised road games will
feature St. Louis four times; Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati and Philadelphia three
times each; Pittsburgh, New
York, Houston and Chicago twice
each; and San Francisco and
Los Angeles once each.
The games will be beamed to
Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Mis Mississippi,

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