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VoL 60, No. 89

UF Faculty Considers Walk-Out

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UF Faculty Members Discuss Plans In University Auditorium
11 Dow Co. Protestors
Draw Fines, Jail Terms

See Related Story,
Page 2
By JUNE WILLIAMS
Alligator Staff Writer
The 11 protestors arrested
Feb. 8 for attempting to pre prevent
vent prevent Dow Chemical Co. from
recruiting at UF were found guil guilty
ty guilty Wednesday of trespassing after
warning.
Six UF students were among

Business Dean
Resigns Position

By REBECCA MATHENA
Alligator Staff Writer
Dr. Donald J. Hart, dean of
the College of Business Admin Adminf
f Adminf isl
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I W %' w H
DEAN HART
... resigns

The zzz :
Florida Alligator

those convicted. They are Mar Martha
tha Martha M. Davis, Marian R, Flum,
Michael Kurman, Bernard C.
Reller, Ed Freeman, and Robert
Fierstein.
Municipal Court Judge W. W.
Hampton sentenced the students
to three days in jail and a $35
fine. He allowed them to start
their sentences Friday so they
would interfere as little as pos possible
sible possible with their classes.

istration, announced his resig resignation
nation resignation to his department heads
and faculty in a meeting Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon.
When asked by the Alligator
why he had resigned, Hart said
I have indicated in some detail
to the President (O'Connell) rea reasons
sons reasons why I am leaving, not the
least of which is that Ive t)eefs
offered a very attractive pro professorship
fessorship professorship at another institu institution.
tion. institution.
Hart will remain at UF until
August. In the fall he will start
as a professor of business ad administration
ministration administration at VPI (Virginia
Polytechnic Institute).
Hart would not discuss his
resignation.
**l cannot comment at this
time and the reason is that Ive
told the President I would not.
I think I owe him the courtesy
of making such a release, he
said.

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville.

Defense Attorney Gerald
Schackow questioned whether
property rights were properly
established. But Hampton ruled
that Reitz Union Director Wil William
liam William Rion had the power as a
state employee to ask the demon demonstrators
strators demonstrators to leave.
Schackow also questioned
whether the prosecution proper properly
ly properly established that the warning
read on Feb. 8 was heard by
all the defendants.
The right to peacefully pro protest
test protest as long as it does not in infringe
fringe infringe on the rights of others
is well established, Hampton
said.. This conviction is on the
basis that the group required the
authorities to ask it to leave and
was given the chance to leave.
Hampton sentenced the nonstu nonstudent
dent nonstudent protestors to 10 days in jail
and a $35 fine.
Non students found guilty were
Robert E. Johnson, Richard A.
Zucker, Janet S. Parker, Stephen
R. Jones, and Phillip Mullins.
There will be a hearing for
motions Friday morning.
INDEX
Campus Living 10
Editorials 6
Features 13
Letters 7
Sports 14

Resolution Urges
Strike Sympathy
Two hundred UF faculty members Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday considered a mass one-day walk-out in
sympathy with Floridas schoolteachers. But
Wednesday night it was not clear what action
they had taken.

A number of professors who
attended the meeting, including
the originator of the walk-out
motion, felt the executive com committee
mittee committee of the local chapter of
the American Association of Uni University
versity University Professors (AAUP) was
left to work out the planning.
However, Dr. Gladys Kam me merer,
rer, merer, AAUP president, said the
motion empowered the executive
committee to see what they
could work out in the way of a
possible walk-out" at some
ture time.
Dr. IrvJ.i* Goffman, AAUP
treasurer, said, however, the
executive committee was charged
with taking appropriate action
at an appropriate time to show
the chapters voice in Floridas
worst educational crisis." He
said this may or may not include
a walk-out.
Dr. Walter mil, associate pro professor
fessor professor of marketing, who made
the original motion calling for a
walk-out, said Wednesday night
that this was not his impression
of how his original motion was
amended.
It is my impression that the
executive committee
should organize the walk-out and
determine the date," he said.
Dr. Kam merer said she had
no idea when the 13-man com committee
mittee committee would meet to consider
any possible action.
Also, the AAUP was reported
(SEE WALK-OUT PAGE TWO)

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IStudentsWontSeek
j Jobs, SFEA Says
X By JOHN WOLFE
£ Alligator Staff Writer
J
£ Students FEA members will not seek positions as sub sub£
£ sub£ stitutes or auxiliary teachers during the current school
$ crisis, according to Ed Hess, president of the UF chap chap§
§ chap§ ter.
| Hess said there will be 30 National Education Associa Association
tion Association representatives in Florida next week helping both stu students
dents students and teachers find positions among the 170,000 teach teach£
£ teach£ ing vacancies across the nation.
£ Present teachers or students who have financial problems
£ will not be forced by the FEA to seek out-of-state employ employ*
* employ* ment, said Hess.
| He said hardship cases are subject to review by the
FEA. Although sanctions against seeking employment in
$ Florida are still in effect, Hess said each person must
r ake an individual commitment to the associations stand.
Hardship cases would include husbands or wives of
L 7 students who must work to keep their spouse in school
:j: aid holders of Florida State Teaching Scholarships. These
s holarships require one year of teaching in Florida for
:j: every year the student holds the scholarship.
In a prepared statement, Hess called on UF students and
:j: faculty to support the Florida teachers during the current
crisis.

INSIDE
U.S. On Collision
Course With China?
See Story, Page 2

Thursday February 22, 1968

O'Connell:
'No Comment
On Proposal
UF President Stephen C.
OConnell replied No comment"
Wednesday night when queried
about his reaction to a possible
faculty walk-out.
OConnell asked the Alligator
late Wednesday night to with withdraw
draw withdraw a story based on comments
he had made earlier in the day.
The reporter who questioned
me told me that the AAUP had
called for a walk-out," OConnell
said. I have found out this is
not true."
He pointed out that the AAUP
had only discussed the possibil possibility
ity possibility of a walk-out and that his
initial comments condemning the
proposal were, therefore, not
valid.
He said earlier, however, that
htl* thought it would be unwise
for the members of this insti institution
tution institution to ignore the moral and
legal obligations they have to
teach the students of this uni university
versity university who are entirely depen dependent
dent dependent upon them for the comple completion
tion completion of their work within the time
limitations of the quarter sys system.**
tem.** system.**



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!, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, February 22, 1968

t=GREENE CLAIMS=^
U.S. On Collision
Course With China
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By GEORGE CUNNINGHAM
Alligator Correspondent
The United States, in trying
to force the Vietnam war to a
military conclusion, Is on a col collision
lision collision course with China, charged
writer Felix Greene Tuesday
night.
The grey-haired 58-year-old
writer and photographer made the
charge in a speech in the Con Constans
stans Constans Theatre. Greene, a British
citizen who lives in California,
has visited Communist China five
times and North Vietnam twice
since 1957.
He is the photographer of the
film, North VietnamA Per Personal
sonal Personal Report, which was labeled
Communist inspired*' by the
Board of Regents last week after
its controversial showing over
Florida State Universitys edu educational
cational educational TV station.
Greene sees three circumstan circumstances
ces circumstances that would bring China into
the war.
If China were attacked, it would
respond.
Chou En-lai, quoted Greene,
has said, The United States
would like to fight it from the
air where they are goodwe will
fight it on the ground where we
are good.* **
A second instance that would
bring China into the war, Greene
said, would be the landing in
North Vietnam of a significant
force of American troops.
The Chinese, Greene pointed
out, view the Vietnam war as a
very crucial conflict. The Chi Chinese
nese Chinese government is determined
to see the war brought to a
military conclusion.
If North Vietnam becomes
hard pressedwhich they arent
nowthey would request Chinas

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GREENE
help. China would give them this
support,* Greene maintained.
The main issue of the war
as the Chinese see it, Greene
explained, is the struggle be between
tween between the rich, who want to
maintain the status quo, and the
dispossesed and the poor, who
are trying to get their share
of the wealth.
If the United States wins, it
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I found much evidence in
China that they think a long
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highly likely.

UF OFFICIALS CLAIM
Hearing for Protestors
Not Double Jeopardy

By STEVE HULSEY
Alligator Staff Writer
Five students who were con convicted
victed convicted of trespassing while pro protesting
testing protesting against Dow Chemical
Co. recruiting Feb. 8 can be

Walk-Out Proposed

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to have raised some $1,400 for
Florida Education Association
(FEA) work in the current crisis.
Another SSOO was expected to
reach the local AAUP by Thurs Thursday
day Thursday noon to show local support.
The professors, meeting in
University Auditorium, passed
several resolutions concerning
the state-wide teacher walk-out.
They were:
0 the contribution of one days
pay by each AAUP member for
the FEA.
0 the immediate convening by
Gov. Claude Kirk of the Florida
Legislature to correct the edu education
cation education at the very least
of the quality education level.
(This resolution joined with the
state AAUP executive com committee.)
mittee.) committee.)
0 the call for Alachua and sur surrounding
rounding surrounding areas to re-evaluate
their substitute teacher policies
to insure quality education.
The resolution stated the AAUP
. . did not look with favor upon
students, faculty, or faculty wives

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disciplined by the Student Con Conduct
duct Conduct Committee (SCC) without
being placed in double jeopardy,
UF officials said Wednesday.
Ed Freeman, president of the
Student Peace Union, charged
s Tuesday that the students would

substituting in this crisis, ac according
cording according to one AAUP member.
A Jacksonville television sta station
tion station reported early Wednesday
night that the local AAUP had
called for a sympathy strike,
but this was termed incorrect by
Goffman.
We need something besides a
flurry of telegrams, Hill said,
. in making the walk-out motion.
Dr. Kam merer said there is no
national precedent for a AAUP
walkout in such a crisisbut
added, we can start one here.
An FEA representative, Mrs.
Frances Lunsford, said she could
reserve Citizens Field for a joint
rally for local school teachers
and professors who might walk
out.
The AAUP president said the
group of university professors
should be able to raise SIO,OOO
in support of the FEAs work.
Dr. Goffman Wednesday night
requested those in sympathy with
the AAUP to mail their checks
to his office, 327 Matherly Hall.

be placed in double jeopardy
if they were punished by the SCC.
They will be summoned to the
Student Conduct Committee for a
breach of student regulations
said Asst. Dean of Law Leonard
S. Powers. This is not a city
jurisdiction, and does not con constitute
stitute constitute double jeopardy.
UF attorney W. Henry Barber
Jr. said the charges being brought
to the SCC do not relate to tres trespassing.
passing. trespassing. He said the students are
being charged with paragraph
D4c of the Student Code of Con Conduct.
duct. Conduct.
Paragraph D4c states: Con Conduct
duct Conduct probation or anylesser pen penalty
alty penalty may result from the com commission
mission commission of . failure to comply
with the official and proper order
of a duly designated university
authority or agency.*'
UF officials claim Union Di Director
rector Director William Rion and Place Placement
ment Placement Office Director Maurice
Mayberry were duly designated
authorities when they asked the
protestors to clear the doorway.
Dr. J. D. Butterworth, chair chairman
man chairman of the SCC, said the SCC
has not been officially informed
of the charges being brought
against the students. He declined
to comment on the charges be before
fore before they are received and
brought against the students.
UF President Stephen C.
O'Connell also refused to
com ment.
I am out of the business
of rendering legal opinions, he
said.



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, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, February 22, 1968

Taylor Fills
3 Cabinet
Positions
By KATHIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
Appointments to three po positions,
sitions, positions, including one cabinet po position
sition position and one in the Honor Court,
were announced Tuesday by Stu Student
dent Student Body President Clyde
Taylor.
Les Burke, vice chancellor of
the Honor Court under David
Welch and Bob Hughes, was re reappointed
appointed reappointed to his position by Tay Taylor
lor Taylor in concurrence with newly
elected chancellor Pete Zinober.
Burke, a member of Beta
Theta Pi fratnerity and Forward
party, ranks first in his class
in law school and carries a 3.7
average. He is also a member of
the Executive Board of the Law
Review.
Taylor called Burke the most
qualified person for this position,
which is very close to the chan chancellor
cellor chancellor of the Honor Court.
Tom Thoman, secretary of
university relations under for former
mer former president Charles Shepherd,
was appointed secretary of legis-'
lative affairs by Taylor.
Thoman has also served as
director of men's affairs and un under
der under secretary of labor and presi president
dent president of Lambda Chi Alpha fra fraternity.
ternity. fraternity. In his position as secre secretary
tary secretary of university relations he
was also one of the first dele delegates
gates delegates to the Council of Student
Body Presidents (CSBP).
Tom is a person who will
have to work with both the vice
president and be liaison between
the president and the Student Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, said Taylor.
It was my intention to appoint
someone who could represent me
and work well with Forward party
in the Student Senate.
Thom ans appointment and
other cabinet positions must be
approved by the Student Senate
(formerly Legislative Council).
Donna Lerch, cabinet secre secretary
tary secretary under Shepherd, was
appointed executive secretary by
Taylor, who said she would be
instrumental in preparing files
and material and orienting the
incoming cabinet.

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The program, A Wilde Evening with Shaw, was staged by the late
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season.
During their lifetimes, Wilde and Shaw were known to loathe each
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>, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, February 22, 1968

_ The
EX Florida Alligator
ttff "To Let The People Know"
S Steve Hull
Editor
M Harvey Alper Harold Kennedy
Amthitq* Managing Editor Executive Editor
Harold Aldrich Bob Padecky
News Editor Sports Editor
1W nortdi Alligator* official poatdoo on laaaae la axpraasod
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that at the Florida Alligator unite* apedflcally Indicated.

Political Hogwash

Gov. Claude Kirk has
finally made it back to
Florida where, now that its
really too late, he can be
expected to say some more
words about the states
teacher walkout.
Floridas legislators
have, by now, made it back
from Tallahassee to their
respective homes where
some of them are busy
making a valiant effort
to teach school.
Floridas dedicated tea teachers
chers teachers have also made a trip
recently -- from the class classroom
room classroom to the protest rallies.
Unfortunately for this
state and its children, only
the teachers are sincere in
their goals and only the
teachers have given the
current education mess any
consideration.
Gov. Kirk and the Legis Legislature
lature Legislature have been happy to
accept the rancid state of
education in Florida with
cliches, verbal panaceas
and rash statements.
That the Legislature and
the governor have put pol politics
itics politics before education in
this issue cannot be
questioned. That the Legis Legislature
lature Legislature and the governor
have failed to accept the
long known fact that this
education tragedy would
happen is obvious.

Were Programmed

Campus protest groups
have apparently program programmed
med programmed UF unrest for the
next few months.
Ed Freeman, chairman
of the local Students for
a Democratic Society chap chapter,
ter, chapter, has told us that his
group will kickoff a spring
mobilization April 4,
when Selective Service
System Director Lewis
Hershey visits campus in
connection with ACCENT.
Then, on April 18 and
19, SDS plans more de demonstrations
monstrations demonstrations when the Dow
Chemical Companys re recruiters
cruiters recruiters return to campus.
This protest program
will be followed im immediately
mediately immediately by a protest
against the war in Vietnam
which is slated for April
20-30.
According to Freeman a
peace march through

What will happen next?
Possibly Mr. Kirk will
turn this educational Ar Armageddon
mageddon Armageddon into political
gold. Yes, Gov. Kirk could
use this case of guber gubernatorial
natorial gubernatorial malfeasance to get
a vice-presidential nom nomination
ination nomination much like Calvin
Coolidge did in the 1920 s
when he broke the Boston
Police strike.
Possibly the Legislature
could remove the blame
from its own shoulders and
place the cape of crime
upon the teachers. This
would be political hogwash.
The tfuth is that the
teachers have walked out
because they had to. They
have left the classrooms
because Claude Kirk could
not lead Florida down the
road to better education
and because there wasnt
a single man in Floridas
Legislature who sought to
build that road.
Florida is in trouble be because
cause because its future depends on
a consistent program of
quality education at all
levels.
We support Floridas
teachers in their protest.
We urge parents, and UF
students, along with our
faculty and staff, to sup support
port support Floridas teachers
now that it really counts.

Gainesville is also being
planned for late April.
This all comes as no sur surprise
prise surprise to us but we are,
nevertheless, unhappy.
Were unhappy because we
see a clear and sinister
trend in the demonstrations
being planned by SDS.
Apparently SDS is intent
on mixing issues for the
sake of getting one big de demonstration
monstration demonstration which may
have a dintinctly racial
tinge.
The draft, civil rights,
Dow Chemical and the Viet Vietnam
nam Vietnam war are all going to be
lumped together for the
protest march in April.
We dont particularly
like that. Mixing issues
may get a large turnout for
the march but were not
sure it will really prove
anything at all.

Iki
KL UNK
REFLECTIONS ======^======bb^^====
HIPPIES CANT
BUCK SYSTEM
====iY JERRY SILBERBERG

She came down to Tompkins Square,
looking for a home. Flowers in her long
blonde hair . She was only 15 ...
And so, another record, singing of the
lost child, searching for an identity, ac acceptance,
ceptance, acceptance, or escape. The choice isnt im important.
portant. important.
Last week at the Dow Chemical protest,
I was confronted by a girl who disagreed
with my stand I took on the Interhall
dance. I called it, The worst freak-out
the campus has yet to see.
The problem is, the term hippie has
become an all too-encompassing term. When
I was in the tender years of rock-a-teen,
someone was cited as being hip if he
was with it. Another outstanding quality
of our language is that some words and
phrases defy definition.
Today, tomorrow, and for months to come,
we will continue classifying people as
hippie, as long as they dress and think
contrary to accepted social standards. I
asked the girl if she thought there was a
hippie revolt in Gainesville. She replied,
We are trying to bring it here. Un Unfortunately,
fortunately, Unfortunately, the fake imitations of the
Hells Angels that frequent the Royal
Castle (they dont even ride Harley-David Harley-Davidsons)
sons) Harley-Davidsons) and the long hairs that visit the
Place well, they just arent hippies.
Having had the opportunity to travel to a
great many cities, the idea of hippies
varies. For example: the hippies at New
York University, are a bunch of exception exceptionally
ally exceptionally intelligent, and sometimes rich (well
at SI,OOO a semester tuition) and they can
afford to be hippie whether it matters or
not.
If you were to see some of the girls

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that attend classes at Harvard (their sister
school being Radcliffe), one would call them
hippies because they wear their hair
long, tied in a braid, or because of the
black raincoat and large purse. But, these
girls are also quite sophisticated, have ex excellent
cellent excellent backgrounds, and are sharp cookies.
For as long as Ive lived in the New
York area, Ive never seen anything which
matches Californias Hells Angels. As
such, the hippie movement of the East
Coast is serving more of a purpose than
the wanton movement of the West Coast.
Individuals have suddenly realized this is
more than just an escape from their home
life. It is a chance to thwart responsibility,
and forget about social mores. If the hippie
movement is so successful, why arent
more people hippies?
Because our campus males wear beards
and dress sloppily (actually I would believe
in going to class as comfortable as pos possible),
sible), possible), and the girls dont look like fashion
plates from Vogue, is no valid reason to
say they are hippies.
As far as protesting, people have beer
protesting in many shapes and forms. The
hippie protest makes little or no sense at
all. Much as I hate to say it, we cant
buck authority that looms over us. Sooner
or later, the bucking hippies are in for a
surprise, they cant buck the system for
ever.
Being a hippie isnt a search for being
individualistic. It just isnt going to work.
But, the courage to depart from the norm
is important, except that it wont last. Oh,
it might for a few more months or even
a year, but not every city has its Green Greenwich
wich Greenwich Village or Haight-Ashbury.



OPEN FORUM:
jAdtitfi omjL Di&iwit
There is no hope for the complacent man.

The Erotic Pleasure of Rain

MR. EDITOR:
In one of the articles your
paper ran concerning drug use
on campus it was expressed that
drugs are a bad thing because in
many cases the purpose of drug
use is an escape from reality."
While I agree that in many ways
drug use is a horrible thing,
especially glorified and blown up
by the press as a social issue
and moreso by young teenagers,
what I wish to address is the
phrase escape from reality."
It is a most interesting phrase.
What is reality? If one is to
say that reality is our existence
as beings in the physical world
and that it requires us to per perform
form perform acts to sustain our exis existence,
tence, existence, then only sleeping, eating,
and copulation would be required.
It becomes clear that our first
definition of reality is not broad
enough to take in what we know
goes on in the world there is
more than just a physical reality.
There are social-psychological
relationships which must be con contended
tended contended with in each of our con consciousnesses.
sciousnesses. consciousnesses.
If we accept this cursory de definition
finition definition of reality (suitable to an
Alligator discussion) then we can
easily see that my reality may
very well be different than yours
since you know that you have just
flunked out and have no chance of
graduating in June. Moreover,
if my reality is shaped by mari marijuana
juana marijuana and I stand outside when
it is raining feeling the erotic
pleasure of the rain on my skin
and you are standing in the door doorway
way doorway cursing the Gainesville
weather, your conception of the
rain as annoying ( a conscious
state of reality ) does not alter
my conscious state that it is
beautiful.
In another sense, all one can
say about the rain is that it is.
When we come in contact with it
and say that it is beautiful or
annoying we are placing a cer certain
tain certain value on it which has noth nothing
ing nothing to do with the rain that just
is.

MR. EDITOR:
I am glad that you have ex expressed
pressed expressed great regret* that gra graduate
duate graduate deferments are to be can cancelled.
celled. cancelled. I am pleased to read of
your shock upon learning that
teachers may be called. It is
Indeed sad that potential en engineers,
gineers, engineers, physicists, and so forth
will be lost to America. Bui
your conclusion that NOW that

MACE IS ONLY A START

MR. EDITOR:
In response to the editorial
on Why MACE, I should like
to ask Why Napalm?
MACE according to Police
Chief Schuler is a humane way
to temporarily immobilize a law lawbreaker.
breaker. lawbreaker. Napalm according to
Defense Department logic is a
deadly way to permanently im immobilize
mobilize immobilize the enemy. But who is
the enemy? Innocent children,
Western Imperialism, or Peking
puppets?
According to the editorial there
' was no need to use the chemical
spray on just one protester ..
(MACE) might have been justified
if there had been a massive
military protest. According to
many there is no need to use

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It is clear that to say by using
drugs one escapes from
reality one is merely making
a value judgment and that the
statement has nothing whatsoever
to do with reality, since the

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the war has reached this stage,
we are forced to re-evaluate the
entire question of its true pur purpose
pose purpose and influence disturbs me.
I would be reluctant to advise
re-evaluation of the purposes of
the war on the basis that only
now are the people of our own
status being called upon to sac sacrifice
rifice sacrifice a career. The most up upsetting
setting upsetting aspect of this war is the
toll in lives ( not careers') and

Napalm on a single enemy .
burn and bomb all of them.
Therefore in response to Why
MACE I answer that the police
playing with their right-guard
cans and bookstore paddy wagons
was an appropriate comment on
the entire demonstration. In short
a man protesting the use of a
deadly chemical in a deadly war
was pacified by those following
orders and trying out new toys.
Yes MACE is only a beginning
... if he was white they might
have had to use a stronger DOW
creation to subdue his super superiority.
iority. superiority. But because the pro protestor
testor protestor was Negro your editorial
and the crusading Police leave
me with an Absurdia Ad Nauseam.
VIC RAMEY, 2UC

others still exists perhaps only
different.
YOURS IN LOVE AND PEACE
STEPHEN HOROWITZ, TT

brutally crippling injuries that
continues to mount without any
apparent gain in freedom or hap happiness
piness happiness for the people of Viet Vietnam.
nam. Vietnam.
Your editorial justly expresses
concern for Americas young
children, who will suffer from a
lack of teachers. We might first
be concerned for Vietnams
children, who al ready suffer from
a lack of legs, parents, or feel feelings
ings feelings of gratitude toward Wes Western-style
tern-style Western-style democracy.
Unfortunate as the loss of pro professional
fessional professional people would be, if
this is the only way to create an
impact on American opinion
let it happen.
BERNARD E. KANE JR., 7AG
Gator Button

Thursday, February 22, 1968, The Florida Alligator,;

PARKING POETRY

MR. EDITOR:
7 t | i f- 1-1
In recognition of the ignorance
with which I was born, I fre frequently
quently frequently seek the consultation of
those more mathematically pro proficient
ficient proficient the engineers. This
otherwise happy relationship,
however, is restricted by the
campus law of mobility. It seems
if you do not have a #1 decal
on your car you are not even
allowed to drive on campus, or
so I was told.
This is interesting since at
various points on campus includ including
ing including the engineering building park parking
ing parking lot there are places designa designated
ted designated for other decal numbers such
as 23, 24, and 25. It is also
against the campus law to have
two decals. This makes it im impossible
possible impossible to legally collaborate on
interdepartmental projects ex except
cept except by telephone. Windshield
stickers are temporary and a
nuisance. This is how I charac characterize
terize characterize the rigidity of concept and
enforcement of campus parking:
As I drove through the campus
on day
A helmeted cretin came my way.
He boldly to my car strode
And demanded, What are you
doing on this road?
But sir, came my humble re reply
ply reply
Why do I need an alibi?

MARIJUANA AN HERB
MR. EDITOR:
Grass, pot, or marijuana, which ever you prefer to call it, is not
a drug as you refer to it, but is obtained from a plant, and is a friendly
little herb, or not so friendly little herb, depending on your point
of view, or state of mind.
SINCERELY,
NAME WITHHELD
UNION MOVIES

MR. EDITOR:
As the supplier of movie equip equipment
ment equipment in the Reitz Union Audi Auditorium,
torium, Auditorium, and with 42 years ex experience
perience experience in motion pictures, in
the projection field as well as
motion picture production, I must
call your attention to several
Inaccurate parts of a letter in
your paper last week.
The projection equipment in the
Union is not inferior. It is manu manufactured
factured manufactured by Graflex, Incor Incorporated,
porated, Incorporated, a leading builder of pro projection
jection projection machines. The two pro projectors
jectors projectors are the latest model, the
940 Arc Light Projector. ~
In actual side by side test with
35mm Simplex projectors equip equipped
ped equipped with Peerless Magnarc arc
lamps in a downtown Gainesville
theatre, the 16mm arc projector
produced with two foot-candles
the same amount of screen light
as the standard 35mm machines
operating every day in this local
theatre.
This is certainly not the per performance
formance performance of a cheap, capricious
projection lamp in a shoddy, me mediocre
diocre mediocre projector.
The sound from these Gra Graflex
flex Graflex projectors when reproduced
directly through the loudspeakers
provided as standard equipment <
with the machines is of high
quality and more than meets the
exacting requirements of the
Society of Motion Picture and
Television Engineers.
However, for several reasons,
the sound from the projectors at
the Reitz Union Auditorium is
wired through the auditoriums
complex system of amplifiers
and loudspeakers. Generally this

The sticker does my bumper de decorate.-
corate.- decorate.- :
Would you still my innocence
castigate?
You must be punished, your
\ number is wrong.
It matters not that you belong.
A card you must in your wind windshield
shield windshield insert L
If you desire to come here and
work. ~
We are here THE LAW to satisfy
M.D.s and Ph.D.s we will not
pass by.
And whatever THE LAW says to
do
To that, you must be true.
Should you wish THE LAW to
fulfill
Ride a bicycle up the hill.
When you have some equipment
to use
Or lengthy journals to peruse,
A helicopter may well suit your
need
For this most unheard of deed.
Best you at your own lab stay
Then the decal problem wont
come your way
In my seat I did remain
As bewilderment occupied my
brain.
If only he had taken his thyroid,
I thought
I would not this day have been
caught.
WILLIAM B. NICKELL, M.D.
GAINESVILLE

practice results in acceptable
sound quality. At times, improper
adjustment of volume or tone
controls or incorrect impedance
matching can result in very poor
sound quality. Perhaps better
results could be obtained con consistently
sistently consistently with the projectors con connected
nected connected to their respective loud loudspeakers
speakers loudspeakers as intended by the
manufacturer.
As for the sound disappear disappearing
ing disappearing (how can that which you can
not see disappear?). I'm sure my
college friend means absence of
sound. As for sound inter interruptions,
ruptions, interruptions, a loose connection to
the aforementioned auxiliary
amplifier or an accidently un unplugged
plugged unplugged connector could be the
cause of this.
Regarding poor focus and im image
age image jump, these items as well as
constant sound monitoring are
under the direct control of the
operator of the machines.
Therefore, I feel sure that
the expert projectionist with
several years experience must
not have been on duty during the
performance in question.
I know that the people at the
Reitz Union desire the highest
quality picture presentation in
their auditorium and any helpful
comments should be made
directly to them or brought to my
attention.
I hope that the above will serve
to inform the general student
body more accurately regarding
the matter.
EARL R. JERNIGAN
JERNIGAN'S MOTION
PICTURE SERVICE

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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

FOR SALE
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)
1 **' ll i iimi hwbmbmw**
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)
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---
--- (A--- st-p)
FOR SALE: 1966 Black Yamaha
Twin 100. Book rack, good con condition,
dition, condition, $225. 372-3090 or 4318
NW 12th Terrace. (A-89-st-p)
u
FOR SALE: Honda 305 Scrambler
and helmet with bubble shield.
Call 376-6920. Ask for Dean
after 7. (A-89-3t-p)
ITS inexpensive to clean rugs
and upholstery with Blue Lustre.
Rent electric shampooer, sl.
(Lowry Furniture Co.) (A-89-
2t-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)
WANT
ADS
7*
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. fA-85-10t-p)
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)

§ FOR SALE f
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)
BABY COMING? Play
folding, $10.00); car bed (canvas,
folding, $7.00); car seat (vinyl
upholstered, folding, $8.00); call
376-4649. (A-87-3t-p)
- i i *r -; ;
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
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)
MALE room mate for next quarter
- furnished apt. with private
bedroom, living room bath, and
kitchen, AC. SSO per month. Call
372-8230. (B-89-3t-p)
Do-It-Yourself
CLASSIFIEDS
a
1 HAVE a Mark Eden Bust De Developer.
veloper. Developer. Those interested in rent renting
ing renting this unusual device, brought
to Gainesville at great expense,
call Augie. 378-8676. (B-89-lt-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)
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---
--- (B--- st-p)
LARGE bedroom, connecting
bathroom near University. Phone
376-0404. (B-86- st-p)
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)
WANTED
RIDERS WANTED. Chartered bus
to U. Georgia game. Leave March
1, return March 3. For infor information
mation information call 376-9103 or 376-
9348. (C-89-st-p)
FEMALE roommate wanted for
3rd quarter: 2 bedroom duplex
2 blocks behind Norman Hall.
Central heat and air condition conditioning.
ing. conditioning. $32.50 a month plus util utilities.
ities. utilities. Call 378-7227. (C-89-st-p)

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f WANTED |
FEMALE room mate for March 15
to June 15, S4O month, Frederick
Gardens Apartments, 1130-9 XW
16th Ave., 376-9529. (C-89-2t-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)
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)
j
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)
MALE roommate for spring and
summer quarters with 3graduate
engineering students in French
Quarter (#113) $75/month pays
all. Call 378-5349. (C-89-3t-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)
WANTED: Male Roommate, Vil Village
lage Village 34, Apt. 42 Telephone 378-
8704. (C-88-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)
BAHAMAS over the break? Four
more to share expenses of yacht
charter. Week in Bimini
Nassau. Singles couples young
faculty. Write P. O. Box 12952,
Univ. Sta. Gainesville. (C-89-
2t-p)
LEGAL SECRETARY wanted.
Experience not necessary. Must
be proficient in shorthand and
typing. Scruggs, Carmichael &
Tomlinson. Telephone 376-5242.
(C-86-st-p)
HELP WANTED f
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-
tf-cY
s
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
program and other fringe bene benefits.
fits. benefits. Send written resume to Stor Storter
ter Storter Printing Co., 1024 S. Main
Street, Gainesvillje. (Please no
phone calls). (E-86-10t-c)
HELP WANTED: part-time or full
time jewelery repairman. Con Contact
tact Contact Robertsons Jewelers, 8 So.
Main Street. Gainesville, Fla. (E (E---89-st-c)
--89-st-c) (E---89-st-c)

T HELP WANTED f
DELIVERY BOYS Part time
and full time sl-ifts available.
Drive our Vehicles. Apply Ginos
Italian Restaurant. 376-1322,
2204 SW 13th St. (E-88-ts-c)
mm* 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
1962 THUNDERBIRD completely
equipped, in good condition.
Phone: 372-1395 after 5:00 p.m.
(G-89-lt-p)
1963 VW convertible, Sunflower
yellow, new top, tires, battery,
carpeting, etc. 65 engine and
transmission. $795. Call 378-
6917. See at 1508 NW Ist Lane,
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FREEMAN SAYS
'New Left Death
AlligatorsFault
By JEFF ALFORD
r Alligator Staff Writer
Several campus leaders have different ex explanations
planations explanations for the apparent death of the new
left.
Ed Freeman, one of the inner four who
control all the left-wing groups, blames the
loss of support on the campus newspaper.

Freeman, who was arrested
in the attempt to block the Dow
Chemical job recruiter, says the
Alligator editorial staff has be become
come become too conservative and has
failed to play-up Student Peace
Union activities.
The failures to block the re recruiters
cruiters recruiters and to organize support
for an ROTC boycott come from
a lack of publicity, Freeman
said.
27 Hopefuls
Seek Miss UF
Title Tonight
By JOANN LANG WORTHY
Alligator Staff Writer
Preliminaries for the Miss UF
contest will be held tonight at
7 o'clock in the Reitz Union's
Cons tans Theatre.
On the basis of talent, evening
gown, and swimsuit competition,
ten of the 27 contestants will
be selected as semi-finalists to tonight.
night. tonight.
These semi-finalists will re repeat
peat repeat talent, evening gown and
swimsuit competition again Fri Friday
day Friday at 8 p.m. when Miss UF and
two runners-up will be chosen.
There is no charge for Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night's competition, but ad admission
mission admission will be 50 cents Friday
night.
Miss UF will receive a S4OO
wardrobe from Maas Brothers
-Department Store and a $l5O
scholarship. The first runner runnerup
up runnerup will receive a $250 stereo.
The second runner-up will re receive
ceive receive a portable TV. The seven
remaining semi-finalists will
each receive SSO gift certificates.
According to contest director
Bob Hudson, these prizes were
improved over prizes in the past.
Two years ago, he said, the
winner received a sls certificate
from Donigan's. The runners-up
received nothing."
Hudson said that a lack of ward wardrobe
robe wardrobe in the past has hurt the UF
contestant in the state Miss
Florida competition.
Since Miss UF will compete
in the state-wide Miss Florida
contest, Hudson said the campus
competition has been closely
modeled after it.
Talent, for instance, will count
50 per cent which is the same
per cent used in state com compeltion.
peltion. compeltion.
Winner of the Miss Florida
title will compete for the Miss
America title in September.
Accorlng to Hudson, the win winner
ner winner might also represent the UF
in the Miss Florida-Universe
Contest in April. Winner of this
contest will compete later in the
year for the title of Miss USA
which is a part of the Miss
Universe competition.
The winner and two runners runnersup
up runnersup will be introduced Saturday at
the televised Mississippi vs.
Florida basketball game.

SPU is currently attempting to
rally support for an ROTC boy boycott.
cott. boycott.
Although it is clear that wide widespread
spread widespread interest with the new left
is not almost extinct, some lea leaders
ders leaders will not concede defeat.
Alan Levin, president of Stu Students
dents Students for a Democratic Society
(SDS) and another member of
the elite ruling clique, does not
think that left-wing groups are
losing their support among the
students.
Our popularity is growing growingfour
four growingfour years ago it was nonexist nonexistent
ent nonexistent and now we have 100 mem members,"
bers," members," Levin said.
The press misconstrues ev everything
erything everything we say, he added,
but we are still a strong force.
Vice President for Student Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Lester L. Hale agrees that
the peace groups depend on news
coverage for their support, but
blamed the decline in interest on
other factors.
Students are now beginning to
realize that the best way to get
results is to follow official chan channels
nels channels of protest. Kisorderly con conduct
duct conduct only damages the univer university's
sity's university's reputation," Hale said.
He added that students are
becoming suspicious of the new newleft's"
left's" newleft's" motives.
The hard core left-wing
people try to confuse their fol followers
lowers followers with a barrage of Issues
and the average student begins
to mistrust them," Hale com commented.
mented. commented.
Out-going Student Body Presi President
dent President Charles Shepherd agreed.
The right to protest has been
abused and misused, he said.
Shepherd is the man many
people feel was instrumental in
bringing about revisions in the
Student Code of Conduct as a
result of the Pam me Brewer
incident. --
These people feel that the
masses are behind them and
they are not. SDS is out of
touch with reality," he said.
Shepherd explained that most
of the people at UF are too
worried about grades and exams
to take an active interest in
demonstrations.
It is almost Impossible to
motivate UF students to do any anything,"
thing," anything," Shepherd said.
The apparent death of the new
left may be a result of the
newspaper's change in policy,
or it may stem from the stu student's
dent's student's suspicions of the new left's
motives.
Whatever the reasons, the UF
does not now seem destined to
become the Berkeley of the
South.



Page 10

>, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, February 22, 1968

By ANNE BOYD
Alligator Reviewer
Doctor Faustus is as dra dramatically
matically dramatically moving as Daffy Duck
flapping through the midnight
horror show. The grandeur of
Marlowes poem is lost on the
playing fields of Disneyland
where Faustus soul is hardly
worth the price of admission.
The legend of Faustus is a
familiar one. Man is an eternal
shuttlecock between good and
evil. Fat with pride, he seeks
to stand between Heaven and
Hell in control of his own do domain.
main. domain. Categorically denied know knowledge
ledge knowledge by God, he turns to Lu Lucifer
cifer Lucifer and demands four and twen twenty
ty twenty years of satanic service in
return for his soul.
The celestial big brothers,
however, have stacked the uni universe.
verse. universe. Adams seed is sown too
deeply and the greatness of Faus Faustus
tus Faustus motives soon fizzles into
petty vice. He sacks the cosmos
for infinite knowledge and settles
for a prank on the Pope.
He is, of course, eter eternally
nally eternally damned and the style
of his descent into Hell is in indicative
dicative indicative of the quality of the
movie. Burton and Taylor writhe
down a conveyor belt into the
fiery pit, surrounded by red
smoke and gleeful devils just
arrived from Mardi Gras to wit witness
ness witness the demise.

r- HUMOR 1
Walter Mitty, 3 AS
By JOHN PARKER
Alligator Staff Writer
Walt walked into the room to the thundering applause of his class classmates.
mates. classmates.
He had not wanted to come, but they had begged him so pitifully
that he felt compassion and actually consented.
Holding up hia hands to quiet the roar was ineffectual. A few of
the class members were rising, still applauding wildly. At last,
the entire room was standing, whistling and cheering. The noise
was deafening.
Thank you, thank you,* said Walt as they all sat down with an
anti-climactic thud, but I really cant stay long. Some people are
down here from the Smithsonian for a consultation and I have to
meet them for lunch.
The class members glanced at each other with knowing looks.
Good ol Walt. They were after him again. What with the greatest
minds in the Western world after his ideas, it was a wonder he could
maintain his flawless academic record, his number 1 seed on the
tennis team, and his office as official student consultant to the
president of the university, all while finding enough time to make
contributions to all the major- circulation magazines.
Walt turned to his professor.
While Im here, I may as well take my last three tests,* he
said casually.
Sure, Walt, sure, said the teacher, scrambling through his
drawers hurriedly. He handed him a sheath of paper that was a
half inch thick.
Walt worked quickly, still standing beside the professors desk.
After a minute and thirty seconds he handed the completed papers
back with a' sigh.
The professor looked over them with a laugh. He knew there was
no use in grading them. Walt never made a mistake. The teacher
took out his grade book and inked in three As along side the line
of 47 others which ran across the page from the now legend: Mitty,
Walter M. Jr., 3AS.*
Suddenly the door burst open.
Oh, no, not again, cried Walt, striding quickly for the back
of the room.
Through the door streamed Werner Von Braun, Albert Einstein,
Ayn Rand, Hugh Hefner and the Baja Marimba Band, all calling,
Walt, Walt, can I have a word with you, please?
Walter, paying no heed, dived straight through the open window,
executed a perfect jacknife, landed on his right shoulder and per performed
formed performed a flawless judo roll-out.
He sprang lightly to his feet and dusting himself off, hopped
into his midnight blue XKE convertible beside a beautiful blond
in an orange plaid mini-skirt.
After a quick succession of expert gear shifts, he was out of
sight.
*****
Mitty! Are you going to finish today?
Huh? Oh, yessir. Almost done.
Mitty was the last one in the empty classroom. He placed three
random letters in the last three blanks on the test and handed it
nervously to the professor.
He gathered his duck-hunting camouflage jacket and walked to toward
ward toward the door, tripping briefly on a crack in the linoleum and leav leaving
ing leaving the room at a full gallop.
He got a C.

'Doctor Faustus Is A Quack

The movie is filmed in beau beautiful
tiful beautiful colors. Many scenes, es especially
pecially especially those in Faustus rooms,
glow like old paintings. The tex textual
tual textual beauty, however, is marred
by the cloying cartoon style of
the supernatural scenes. The
photography achieves a few in interesting
teresting interesting effects such as the
cameras watching Faustus
through the eye of a skull, but
these moments, too, are destroy destroyed
ed destroyed when the lens is periodically
doused with as image-wiggling
elixir.
Richard Burton plays Richard
Burton hamming it up with the
classics. But he is a good ham
and his voice turns somersaults
over Marlowes poetry.
Elizabeth Taylor makes eight
wafty appearances accompanied
by the ear-splitting hum of a
megalomaniac harp singer and
the embarrassed audience hear heartily
tily heartily wishes she would waft away
again.
The most exciting performance
is given by Andreas Teuber, an
American Fullbright scholar at
Oxford, who plays Mephis Mephistophilis.
tophilis. Mephistophilis. His bazarre physiog physiognomy
nomy physiognomy and carefully natural style
steal several scenes from Bur Burton.
ton. Burton.
Co-directed by Burton and Ne Nevill
vill Nevill Coghill, Doctor Faustus
is more a failure of taste than
talent, and after seeing it you
will wonder why vulgarity was
never made a mortal sin.

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Pop Artist Poops Out:
Warhol Pulls 'Happening 1

By JOE TORCHIA
Entertainment Editor
When pop artist and under underground
ground underground filmmaker Andy Warhol
appeared at the University of
Utah last fall, their student news newspaper
paper newspaper complained, Thank hea heaven
ven heaven the Peter Pan of Pop Art
has flown.
What the 1,300 students there
got instead of a lecture on pop
artat sl,ooowas 30 minutes
of disjointed color film clips and
some unintelligible mutter mutterings.
ings. mutterings.
Sound familiar?
As it turned out, it was dis discovered
covered discovered that Mr. Warhol sent
an impostoran actor named
Alan Midgett who donned dark
glasses and a leather jacket and
dyed his hair platinum to sup supplement
plement supplement his natural resemblance.
Utah was not the only univer university
sity university frauded by what Mr. War Warhol
hol Warhol later called a happening,
but also the University of Mon Montana,
tana, Montana, the University of Oregon
and Linfield College in McMinn McMinnville,
ville, McMinnville, Ore.
When the Alligator learned of
H WmL
Newsweek's Warhol

Newsweek's Impostor
Warhols happening, prompt
investigation immediately began
to determine whether Mr. War Warhol
hol Warhol had another happening when
he was at UF Nov. 8.
Ttfc
Alligator photographer Nick
Arroyos picture (taken when Mr.
Warhol was here) was compared
with one which appeared in News Newsweek
week Newsweek alongside the impostor-
UFs Warhol resembled the
real Warhol more than the im impostor.
postor. impostor.
When the program office of
the Reitz Union called Boston
Tuesday afternoon, the Ameri American
can American Programs Bureau, through
which Warhols visit was at attained,
tained, attained, verified that UF did have
Warhol here.
Aylene Harper, asst program
director for the union program
office, said the American Pro Programs
grams Programs Bureau would send an im immediate
mediate immediate letter of verification.
When Warhol was asked to
comment on the hoax, according
to a report in Newsweek, he re replied:
plied: replied:
Oh, well, we just did it, well,
I, uh, because, uh, I dont really
have that much to say.

And the Daily Utah Chronicle
seemed to agree when it said,
Andy Warhol may have talent talentbut
but talentbut if he does, he certainly did
a superb job of hiding it last
evening.
UF received Warhol with a
mixed welcome when he at attempted
tempted attempted to present a panel-type
question and answer period
instead of a formal lecture here,
according to the Nov. 10 Alli Alligator
gator Alligator review.
Someone asked Warhol if he
could give the audience an idea
of just what he was trying to
get across, the review said.
He answered, No.
One UF student requested his
money back and an apparent War Warhol
hol Warhol supporter supplied it.
When he first crashed the
scene as a pop artist, there was
no doubt about Andy Warhols
integritythose were real cans
of Campbells Soup he was paint painting,
ing, painting, said Newsweek.
But now people arent so sat satisfied
isfied satisfied with Warhol -----
Warhol himself said in New
York, They liked him (the im impostor)
postor) impostor) better than they would
have liked me.
UF's Warhol



Broward Bar-B-Q Brings
250 Dollars For Scholars

By LORI PREECE ______
Alligator Campus Living staff
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Contribute to Dollars for
Scholars are' you crazy? Why
should I pay money to keep the
4.os here. Theyre whats hold holding
ing holding my grade point average down.
The less of them there are, the
better chance I have. Such was
the answer given by one senior
fraternity man when two very
attractive and oh, so polite young
women from Broward Hall asked
if hed care to buy a ticket to
the Broward Hall Dollars for
Scholars Bar-B-Q.
The Bar-B-Q took place Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon, Feb. 11. Thank Thankfully,
fully, Thankfully, there were enough people
on campus who felt differently
about scholarship than our friend
of the above quote. Interest in
a good time, good food, for a
good cause netted $250.00 for
the scholarship fund.
The event took place in
Broward field where tables and
chairs were set up for the munch munching
ing munching crowd. Here they could eat
heartily while listening to the
gyrating music of the Rare
Breed.

UN Director To Address
'Model Keynote Banquet
United Nations Political Affairs Director John G. Stoessinger
will address the UFs Keynote Banquet, Feb. 24.
This banquet is the closing highlight of the Deep South Model UN.
Stoessinger serves as executive officer of the doctoral program
in political science at New York City University and as director
of NYCUs Research Institute on UN Affairs. He teaches courses
'in international affairs on radio and television.
Stoessinger fled from Nazi-occupied Austria at the age of 11 to
Czechoslovakia. From there he fled to Siberia and then China,
where he served the International Refugee Organization. He entered
the US in 1947, received his PhD at Harvard in 1954, and has taught
in Harvard, Wellesley, MIT, and Columbia.
The Might of Nations; World Politics in our Time, winner of
the Bancroft Prize from Columbia University as the best book in
international relations, The Refugee and the World Community,
Financing the United Nations System, Power and Order, and the
United Nations and the Superpowers are his best known books.
Hie Keynote Banquet commences at 7 p.m. in the ballroom of
the Reitz Union. Tickets are on sale at the Union Box Office for $3.
Admission for the speech is free at 8 p.m.
Interfraternity Council would like to thank Mr. Richard Bowles
and Dr. Allan Sievers of the Public Functions Committee for their
help in financing Mr. Stoessingers appearance, said Don Sles Slesnick,
nick, Slesnick, IFC Administrative Assistant.
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FEB. 23 & 24
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By Dionne Warwick
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Coeds Serve Hungry Students At Broward Bar-B-Q

The band cried for food with
promises to sing for rain unless
the got it. Chairman of Dollars
for Scholars in Broward, Sandy
Crabtree, and Special Projects
Chairman, Doreen Mattes, gave
it to them with one hand and held
out the other for a donation.
It didnt rain and the fund in increased.
creased. increased.
Last year Broward was number
one among the independents in
raising money for the scholar scholarship

ship scholarship drive. The success of their
Bar-B-Q, car wash, and pan pancake
cake pancake breakfast may well put them
in first place again this year.
The girls hope to make all these
a.nnual events.
W HATS
HAPPENING
By DAVID CHAFIN
Alligator Staff Writer
IN WOMENS FRIENDS: Pan Panhellinic
hellinic Panhellinic Council slips into room
346 of the union today at 4:30 p.m.;
the Womens Student Association
Council conglomerates in the
Mallory Hall Recreation Room at
7 tonight.
IN AND IN THIS CORNER,
WEARING THE BLACK
TRUNKS (?) AND WEIGHING IN
AT 94 POUNDS. Pre-lims
before the main event (which in
this case happens to be the Miss
UF Contest) will be held in Con Constans
stans Constans Theater tonight at 7:30.
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2, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, February 22, 19&8

The Ho[lies-'Affable Cooperative

By ALLEN PIERLEONI
Alligator Staff Writer
Meet the fantastic outa sight
Hollies in this exclusive Alligator
interview! I arranged through
their personal manager Ken Ken*
dall to with three of the
group at their room at the Holi Holiday
day Holiday Inn, and I interviewed the
other two artists back stage at the
gym shortly before their Frolics
performance.
The five Hollies were very
articulate and frank, and I found
that the group is really affable
and quite cooperative.
Alligator: What about edu education?
cation? education? Do any of you boys have
any college experience?
Bernie: I think thats down to
me, actually. Im the only one
that studied, because as I say
I came into the group at a later
date and while I was back home
I was studying in aircraft en engineering
gineering engineering and I got the degree.
Alligator: How do American
audiences compare to English
audiences as far as reception to
the group goes?
Bernie: We like American au audiences
diences audiences because theyre sort of
attentive. They sit and listen and
the applause at the end is usually
good, you know, and makes us
feel good. Whereas in England
we play a concert to the kids
and we just get a barrage of
screams all the way through. And
thats not too cool because they re
obviously not interested in the
music, which is what we really
want to put across.
Alligator: How many countries
have you guys toured?
Bernie: So far we've been to
America, Sweden, Norway, Den Denmark,
mark, Denmark, Germany, France, Italy,
Spain and Ireland. Were going
all around the world except for
South Africa. I do believe we
have union problems there. Were
quite a big group there; weve
had a lot of hit records. But
fortunately the unions in England
refuse to let groups go over and
play if they have to play to seg segregated
regated segregated audiences. And thats the
scene over there.
America Sweden
Receptive
Alligator: Out of all the
countries youve toured which one
was the most receptive?
Bernie: Well, before we came
to America and hit the college
scene Sweden was extremely good
for us. The crowds act exactly
the same as the college scene
in America. We used to come to
America in the early days and
play clubs and bars and that and
things werent too cool, you know.
You cant really sort of concen concentrate
trate concentrate on a sound and a good
vocal scene in a barroom, you
know. So when we began doing
the college scene in America we
sort of got the Sweden scene
all over again. The two countries
are on a par as far as reception
goes.
Alligator: Who writes most of
the songs for the group?
Bernie: Graham, Allen and
Tony have done the majority of
the song writing. Thats apart
from Bus Stop and Look
Through Any Window which
were written by a Manchester
guy. Bobby and I help with the
musical arrangements mainly.
Alligator: Out of the English
recording groups that are big now
who do you admire the most?
Bernie: Beatles. Itll have to
be the Beatles. Theyre the most
talented. Mainly I think because

they have the time and they have
the talent, and the time lets the
talent come through.
Alligator: Does your group
have any special term for its
style? v
Bobby: Not really. Were just
us. Were individuals.
Bernie: It's slightly different
from a normal groups approach,
I think, but theres no way to
describe it.
Bobby: The main thing is the
three-way harmony.
Alligator: About two years ago
the Beatles brought the Indian
influence into pop music with the
sitar along with other Eastern
ideas. Do you think the Indian
influence is good and tends to
improve pop music?
Bobby: Indian music Ive ad admired
mired admired for years, but to sort of
bastardize this sort of thing
into pop music I dont much
think its a good thing at all.
Bernie: I think the sound was
a good gimmick at first. You
know, the original concept of
using the sitar with electric
guitars.
Bobby: I like Ravi Shankar as
he is, you know, with his own
sort of thing. I dont think his
sound should be swallowed up by
the pop monster. It should stay
in a separate class.
Music Progressing
Alligator: Do you foresee any
near changes for contemporary
music?
Bobby: I think its progressing
all the time. Sort of improving
and getting better.
Bernie: It tends to be like a
big revolution of things. Its like
a circle on a track, and each
time it comes around somebody
adds a little bit more to it and
each gets a little more out of it
than the previous time. You know,
it keeps going around.
Alligator: Are there any cer certain
tain certain conditions or moods you have
to be under to produce good works
of art?
Bobby: Yeah, I think the fellows
seem to work better under pres pressure,
sure, pressure, when theyre working con constantly.
stantly. constantly. They always write much
better material and a bigger
quantity of material.
Alligator: Suppose the group
writes, for example, 10 or 12
songs. Out of that number, on
the average, how many are good
enough to record?
Bobby: We usually record the
lot of them. Because if youre
writing the song at the start
and it doesnt seem to be hap happening
pening happening you just forget it.
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U.S., British
Groups Equal
Alligator: Hpw would you
compare English groups with
American groups? Would you say
one is better than the other?
Bernie: No. There must be good
and bad in every type of thing.
I dont think basically theres
any difference in quality of music
from either side, do you Bobby?
Bobby: I dont think theres
any difference in groups forming
in the States, either. Theyre all
on the same sort of thing.
Bernie: I think the recording
side of it seems to be a little
freer than in England. More
broad-minded. That is, the tech technicians.
nicians. technicians. They seem to be more
.open to suggestions from the
group and willing to go along
with ideas.
Bobby: I dont think so, because

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I think thats how the English
scene got going. Thats how the
Beatles got going. Nobody ever
expected to accept and record a
group like that in the first place.
They were very rough and raw
and hard-rock kind of thing. Its
just against conformity. I mean,
everything the Beatles did was
against what the other groups in
England were doing. Long hair,
for a start. Whereas in America
I think the Americans tend to
sort of feel they have to conform
more than British groups. Not
now, of course, but in the early
years.
Alligator: Where are you going
next?
Bernie: Where are we going
next, Ken?
Ken: Well be touring America
for three weeks. Were due at
Chicago, Washington, New York,
Wisconsin and up into Canada.
Bobby: We have to get back
to England after this tour of the
States. We should spend a bit of
time in England because I think
weve neglected them over there
for the last six months.
Alligator: Bernie, what do you
do for relaxation when you have
some time off from work?
Bernie: Well, actually I breed
tropical fish. Its a relaxing hobby
and Ive an aquarium at home so
I sort of get into that. It takes
my mind completely away from
everything. Bobbys a bird
watcher.
Bobby: Yes, I am, fcart time.
I like the walking in the country.
Alligator: Tony, you and Allen
and Graham are the primary song
writers for the group. Is there
any particular message that you
try to get across in your work?
Tony: No, we try to stick to
the commercial scene and not try
to put across any great message.
The songs for entertainment and
I really dont think you have to
listen too hard to enjoy it. The
LP tracks sometime carry more
of a meaning, but the com mercial
things, like Carrie Ann and
Stop, Stop, Stop they have
a story but I wouldnt say a
particular meaning.
Alligator: Os all the English
groups who do you admire most?
Tony: I think the lfest who have
come out in the last year or so
are probably the Bee Gees. They

do some nice songs and they do
it all themselves.
Alligator: How about your free
time? How do you spend it?
Tony: In the last year or so
Ive been knocking about the
house. I mean, having it de decorated
corated decorated and the designing bit here
and there but thats about finished
now, so whats going to happen
next year is a guess.
Alligator: Do you think the In Indian
dian Indian influence has improved the
quality of contemporary music?
Tony: I cant think of any way
its improved it, really. The sitar
just sounds nice as an extra
instrument, but thats as much as
it means, I think.
Audiences Similar
Alligator: Do you find much
difference in audiences from
country to country?
Tony: Stage and actionwise its
the same everywhere: Iceland,
Poland, Russia to America. You
know, people are the same, they
really are. Its just sometimes a
bit awkward when people cant
understand what were saying,
because we say some quite
interesting things sometimes.
Alligator: Allen, do you think
Indian music should be brought
into pop?
Allen: I think all kinds of music
should be brought together be because
cause because it brings enjoyment to a
lot of people. The Indian influence
has brought sort of a new song
to pop thats going to be great.
.But I think people are misusing
it. The sitar is a very sacred
instrument. We cant use it be-
cause it doesnt suit our type of
style.
Alligator: How do you spend
your spare time?
Allen: Im a producer. I pro produce
duce produce other groups. I spend a lot
of time writing songs and re relaxing
laxing relaxing at home.
Music Comes
Naturally
Alligator: Youre one of three
primary songwriters Hol Hollies.
lies. Hollies. Do you have to be in a
certain mood or under certain
conditions to write a good song?

Allen: Were not forced writers
at all. We get ideas when were
doing anything. Like I could get
an idea while doing an interview
with you right now. We never
force our music, it all comes
naturally.
Alligator: Graham, as one of
the Hollies primary songwriters
do you find you have to be in a
certain mood to write effectively?
Graham: Yes, I do. I have to be
feeling very secure and happy
at the time. Even when Im wri writing
ting writing unhappy songs. Ive got to be
happy and I think back to when
I was unhappy and write it that
way.
Allitator: Do you think the sitar
improves pop music?
Graham: It improves it, sure.
I dont think pop music has done
much for the sitar, though, ex except
cept except brought it to the notice to
a hell of a lot of people who
are very groovy people.
Alligator: I recently saw a
picture of Donovan with the guru
that the Beatles and he have been
visiting. Do you have any plans
to visit the Maharishi?
Graham: I may go to see the
Maharishi with Donovan in Cash Cashmere
mere Cashmere in the spring. I dont know
if I can make it because we both
have some very heavy schedules.
Im a bit skeptical about the whole
thing but I wanted to find out
what he has to say.
Alligator: What about the
Stones?
Graham: I dont personally like
the Stones music. And the Stones
are a bit screwed up but theyre
coming out of it.
Alligator: Not too long ago Mick
Jagger was in trouble with the
law for smoking marijuana, and
there has been some talk about
groups smoking in order to im improve
prove improve their sound. Do you think
drugs are helping to improve
music?
Graham: I think thats true, and
Im very glad of it. I think mari marijuana
juana marijuana is improving people and out
of that comes music, politics,
the arts everything.
Alligator: Do you think it should
be legalized?
Graham: I wouldnt like to com comment
ment comment on it too far except that if
you could be sure that nobody
under the age of 15 or 16 would
use it then it would be OK.



By DAVID CHAFIN
Alligator Staff Writer
IN AMERICA'S MOST FAMOUS
LUMBERJACK: George Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, first in war, first in
peace, and first President to
strike a blow against the con conservation
servation conservation of cherry trees, was
born today. Happy GWB!
IN EXAMINING THE REASONS
FOR RE-EXAMINING THE PILL:
Dr. Henry Lyons will be the
leader of a discussion on the
topic of A Psychiatrist Looks
at Morality." The discussion will
be held tonight at 8 oclock in
the Catholic Student Center.
IN THE MAN RESPONSIBLE
FOR MOST OF THE OTHER
STUDENT CENTERS ON CAM CAMPUS:
PUS: CAMPUS: Tryouts for parts in John
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The Florida Quarterly has moved into its new office in the pub publications
lications publications suite of the new Reitz Union.
It occupies the office formerly assigned to Release, a magazine
no longer published.
The office gives us a place to hold needed meetings and a location
where we can be reached by phone, said Mike Mahoney, editor of
the Florida Quarterly.
The magazine had previously been operating out of borrowed space
in Anderson Hall. It had no room for its files, and there was no
working space, Mahoney explained.
Having a home out of which to work will make the job of getting
the magazine out much easier, he said.
The Florida Quarterly is a relatively new literary magazine on
campus. It has published two issues, and expects to put out a third in
mid-March.
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set for Saturday night, 8 p.m. at The Place, 809 West University.
The Five Americans, one of America's top pop recording
groups have many hits to their credit, including, Western
Union, *i See The Light, Sound of Love, andEvil-Not
Love.
Appearing with the Five Americans will be the Certain Amount.
The Five Americans will stage one performance at 9 p.m.
Advance tickets are $2.00 per person and are on sale at the
Record Bar, Top Tunes Record Shop, The Scene, and WUWU
in the new Mall.

WHATS HAPPENING

be held in room 109 of Little
Hall today and Friday from 3:30
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. andfrom 7p.m.
till 9 p.m. and on Saturday
from 2 p.m. till 4 p.m.
IN LUNCHING WITH UNITAR UNITARIANS:
IANS: UNITARIANS: If you want to do that,
be in room 150 F of the Reitz
union today at 11:30 a.m. The
Unitarian Student Forum will be
there also.
IN THE SOCIOLOGICAL IN INSIGNIFICANCE
SIGNIFICANCE INSIGNIFICANCE OF PING PONG:
A Sociology Seminar for Sociol Sociology
ogy Sociology Graduate Students win be
held in room 301 of Peabody
Hall at 9:30 a.m. today. Dr.
Bernhardt Lieberman of the
University of Pittsburgh will
speak on the topic On Game
Theory.
IN UF GOLD(NER) DIGGERS
PACHYDERM VARIETY: TheUF

Young Republicans Club will have
Herman Goldner, former mayor
of St. Petersburg and candidate
for the U.S. Senate, speak to
their club meeting in room 1058
of the Architecture and Fine Arts
Building tonight at 8 oclock. The
public (even Democrats) is in invited.
vited. invited.
IN AND SOON WE PLAN TO
CONVERT THE REGISTRARS
OFFICE TO A WEIGHTLIFTING
ROOM AND GET DEANS HALE
AND COSBY ON THE TRACK
TEAM : President Stephen
OConnell gives his views on
The Role of the Physical Edu Educator
cator Educator in Todays Society at the
meeting of the Student Associ Association
ation Association for Health, P.E., and Re Recreation
creation Recreation in the Law School Audi Auditorium
torium Auditorium at 7:30 tonight.
IN INTERCONTINENTAL
COME-TOGETHERS: The Inter International
national International Club has one of those
in rooms 235, 245 and 246" of
the union today from 8 a.m.
till 5 p.m.
IN JUST PAR FOR THE
COURSE: Latest word on the
movies Flanders in the 15th
Century and Portrait of Holl Holland
and Holland l7th Century is that
they will be in room 1038 of
the Architecture and Fine Arts
Building at 7:30 tonight, not last
night.
IN CHRIST ANDSCIENCE: The
Christian Science Organization
for the UF has a testimony meet meeting
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Page 14

McElroy Bows Out,
'Breaks FSU, 89-64

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Editor
That wasnt a face mask that
covered Gary McElroys broken
nose Wednesday night at Florida
gym.
It was McElroys shield of
pride.
Florida basketball coach Tom Tommy
my Tommy Bartlett asked McElroy be before
fore before gametime if he wanted to
play against Florida State. McEl McElroy,
roy, McElroy, knowing his Gator career
would be finished Friday when
his broken nose would be oper operated
ated operated on, replied, Yes.
McElroy wanted a crack at FSU
and to end his college career with
pride, not crying over a broken
nose.
McElroy then left FSU crying,
89-64. The 6-6 senior from
Clearwater scored 14 points in
the first half and then settled
for a fine second half defensive
UF Golfers
At Houston
UFs golf team, recently tabbed
the states best team, travels
to Houston today through Satur Saturday
day Saturday to take part in the E. L.
Coleman Invitational.
The Gators just won last week weekend
end weekend the Florida Intercollegiate
Tournament, beating all the
states schools handily.
But the competition is a little
tougher today in Houston. The
University of Houston was the
nations best last year.
But coach Buster Bishop also
has a few aces up his sleeve,
namely Steve Melnyk and John
Darr.
Melnyk was low scorer in the
tourney last weekend, carding a
219 for 54 holes. Melnyk finished
second in the National Collegiate
Athletic Association Tournament
last year.
Darr, who won the state ama amateur
teur amateur title last year, ranks only
second to Melnyk on the team.
The dark-headed junior from
Fort Lauderdale, posted a 220
in the state tournament last week weekend.
end. weekend.

Kelley Kish.. Beauty Behind Eight-Ball

By NEAL SANDERS
Alligator Sports Writer
Kelley Kish had never picked up a cue stick
in her life until mid-1964. That was when whe
was waiting for a plane to go to Germany.
This past weekend, Kelley showed shes come
a long way when she placed second in the As Association
sociation Association of College Unions Internationals Wo Womens
mens Womens Billiards tournament, held in the J. Wayne
Reitz Union.
Kelley was beaten in the final round of play
by Florida Atlantics Lynn Beach, but not before
she had taken on and beaten Shirley Glicln, last
year's ACUI national champion.
Unusual for a girl? No,* says Kelley.
There's no stigma attached to a girl because
she plays billiards. she commented, The
picture that any girl who shoots pool is going
to go roaring off on a cycle with her black
leather jacket just doesnt hold.
Kelley, a first quarter freshman, certainly had
no plans to enter any tournament when she came
here from Carroll High School, Ozark, Ala. in
January.
After I had been here a few days, some somebody
body somebody told me there was a games room over at
the Union. Ever since then, Ive been living over
here. Then, several weeks ago, the Games Area
manager asked if I would be interested in signing

game. McElroy tallied 18 points,
his finest scoring output of the
year.
The slim McElroy hit nine
of 11 from the field.
And Gary played his best
defensive game ever tonight,
chimed in the happy Bartlett,
whose Gators beat NCAA-tour NCAA-tourney
ney NCAA-tourney bound FSU.
Florida State had been avera averaging
ging averaging 94 points a game with a
17-5 record. Held to 30 below
their average, the Seminoles
never led.
UF jumped out to a quick 10-2
margin in the opening minutes.
FSU crept back to 16-12 with
eight minutes gone. But then
the winners scored 10 straight
points and never looked back.
Florida and FSU both took 34
shots in the first half, but UF
made 20 of them, while State
connected on 15.
FSU kept within those 10 points
until 10 minutes left in the game.
Then the Seminoles ace, 6-8
Dave Cowens, fouled out and
broke up States offense. Just
about two minutes later, FSUs
other big man, 6-11 Dick Dan Danford,
ford, Danford, fouled out.
Florida State coach Hugh Dur Durham
ham Durham called Cowens a better
basketball player than Neal
Walk. But you couldnt prove
it by this game.
Walk scored 24 points and
grabbed 26 rebounds. Cowens
snared only six rebounds and
18 points.
But it was McElroy who kept
the Gators in the game. While
Cowens and Danford were keying
on Walk, McElroy took uncon uncontested
tested uncontested jump shots from the cor corner.
ner. corner.
A splint will be applied to the
nose after the operation. Bartlett
says McElroy will be definitely
out for Mississippi State this

Saturday in Florida gym and he
is very doubtful* for the Gators
last game with Georgia next week.
The win left the Gators with
a 15-8 overall standard, com compared
pared compared to the Seminoles 17-6,
good for a post-season NCAA
tournament. Two of the Florida
State losses have come from the
Gators.
In the freshmen prelim, the
Florida freshmen got revenge
from an earlier loss to FSU,
trouncing the Baby Seminoles,
95-82.
Five Gators scored in double
figures, with Jeff Hoover lead leading
ing leading with 23 points. Todd Lalich
added 21, Jeff Miller had 18,
Vernon Chewning 17, and Skip
Lewis had 16.
The win put the Baby Gators
over the .500 mark for the year,
9-8. Hitting on 51 per cent of
its field goals, the winners led
at the half, 45-39.
FSUs record is 8-9.
Willie Mosconi
To Perfonn
Willie Mosconi, acknowledged
the worlds best billiard player,
will give an exhibition this Mon Monday
day Monday in J. Wayne Reitz Union.
Mosconi will give two per performances
formances performances at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.
on one of the tables in the ground
floor gameroom. Mosconi may
play the campus champion, but
the match is still tentative.
Mosconi holds the worlds
record for High Run with 526
balls and the worlds Best Game
of 125 points in a single inning.
Mosconi also claims the High Run
in tournament play with 141
points in one inning.
In Challenge Match play, Mos Mosconi
coni Mosconi is also tops with 127 balls.
Mosconi will perform for $l5O
plus expense money.

up for the tournament. It sounded like a lot of
fun, so I did.
Kelley has won only one previous Womens
tournament, that one on an Air Force Base in
Germany. I dont think anyone there even
cared. she said.
But Kelley does care about her game, and puts
in practice whenever she can, sometimes up to
three hours a day. She has never had any formal
instruction, but has learned the game by watching
others.
Ill take anyones advice once, she says, and
if it works, I include It in my game.
But billiards isnt the only thing in Kelleys
life. She is the Chi Phis pledge class sweet sweetheart,
heart, sweetheart, which takes up a considerable amount of
her time. In addition, she answered an Alligator
Ad in which Four starving guys were looking
for a cook. She now cooks for them four nights
a week.
On the pool table, she is all business, however.
She resents being treated like a girl, which
is often the when she is playing someone
who hasnt been around her very long.
Sometimes Ill be playing a guy, said Kelley,
and hell run eleven balls. Then he'll deliber deliberately
ately deliberately miss just to try and keep the score even.
Thats not why Im out there, and Ill let him
know it. When Im out there, I want to be treated
like anyone else, and I think that any other girl
would want to be the same.

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alligator sports editor
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Jimmy Carnes was sitting astutely in his foam-padded office
chair. It had been a few days since the tragedy and you could tell
Carnes was still getting over it.
Carnes was getting over the humiliation Tennessee's track team
applied to his Florida Gators 10 days ago. In a triangular trade
meet with Auburn, UT scored 95 points, while Florida received
only 34. Auburn got 30.
Carnes mentioned before the season that this is UF's greatest
track team ever. And then came the crushing defeat by the Vols.
Yes, it was certainly a tragedy for Carnes. But the young Gator
mentor is not one to mince words or cry about the past.
"I still have ihe best track 4eam ever assembled at Florida,"
said Carnes.
"And the defeat at Tennessee wasn't that bad. I couldn't use
John Morton in the field events because there are none indoors. And
Frank Lagotic had that bad leg.
"That's eight to 12 points we would have won. You can't give
up those kind of points and expect to beat UT.
"And besides, I can think of only two teams in the country that
can beat Tennessee in track anyway," concluded Carnes.
Lagotic, Florida's best ever in the mile and two-mile may miss
the next month of active competition but he'll be ready April 13.
Thats when the University of Kansas and Jim Ryun duel the
Gators here. Ryun is the mold that the rest of the world's come
from and with good reason, hes a world record holder.
"I consider it a real honor to run against Ryun," said Lagotic.
"I think the chances of me beating him are not the best in the
world but if he has a bad day, well, maybe Ive got a little chance."
Carnes has already been beating the drums for the Kansas and
has been receiving pleasing support.
"All the coaches and prep athletes around the state are invited
to come and watch Ryun and Kansas. Itll be a tremendous boost
to our program and Kansas."
But in the meantime, the Gators will have hands full with a
host of tough meets, the toughest being the conference meet in
Montgomery, Ala. a week from tomorrow.
"Well be ready for the conference meet, we re not hanging
our heads," said Carnes, "we know we have the potential to beat
anybody."
UF Soccer Club Boots St. Johns

The UF Soccer Club took to
Fleming Field again Saturday
morning beating St. Johns of
Jacksonville 2-0.
The booters were held score scoreless
less scoreless in the first half but came
back in the second half with a
goal by Carlle Fllori, with fif fifteen
teen fifteen minutes left in the game,
for the Gators first goal. Five

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minutes later, Hector Camberos
dribbled past two defenders for
the only other score of the game
and another Soccer Club victory.
This win brings the Soccer
Club record to 8-1 for this year.
Next week the booters go to
Brunswick, Georgia, to play
Glynco Naval Base, whom they
beat earlier this year.



Gymkhana:Sebring The Hard Way

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Editor
Larry Porter had a problem.
Porter had to scale down por portions
tions portions of Sebring and Le Mans
road courses Into the Gainesville
kail parking lot last Sunday.
The purpose was Gymkhana,
a sort of Little Sebring of
cars. And Porter, graduating in
two weeks with an electrical
engineering degree, had to use
all his analytical knowledge.
It's not easy trying to fit
Sebring Into a parking lot, quip quipped
ped quipped Porter.
There were three separate
courses, each with its own
characteristic. One had a Le
Mans start, another Sebring.
There were six classes of cars,

(Photo By Mike Huddleston)

Jack Frost Freezes Rifles,
Gators Lose Sectional Match

by JEFF DENKEWALTER
Alligator Sports Writer
# -
Blame it on Jack Frost.
That summed up the feelings
of most members of the Florida
Rifles following their narrow de defeat
feat defeat in the National Rifle Asso Association
ciation Association (NRA) Sectional Match
last weekend in Lakeland.
Unlike every other rifle team
at the match, we had to cur curtail
tail curtail our practice sessions the
entire week before we competed
because of cold weather/' ex explained
plained explained Captain Tommy Smith,
advisor to the Rifles.
This is because we were the
only team there that has to prac practice
tice practice on an outdoor range/ said
Smith.
The UF rifle range is fine/
said team captain Toby Muir,
until the weather gets cold or
hot. Then its miserable."
Despite the lack of practice
time, the Gator sharpshooters
did fire well enough to capture
second-place team honors for
conventional target competition
and third-place team honors for
the smaller international target
competition.
Muir, Jim Waugh and Lynn
Peoples each won an award in
the Individual competition.
ATO Wins
At Handball
Alpha Tau Omega won the
Orange League Handball
mural championship Wednesday
afternoon by defeating Pi Lamb Lambda
da Lambda Phi, 3-1, on the university
courts.
The win gives ATO a 3-1
victory margin in the best-of best-offive
five best-offive series. The winners won one
singles and two doubles matches

the winner In each coming from
the best of the combined times
on each course.
And Porter did his job remark remarkably
ably remarkably well, he recorded the fastest
time of the day with 1:08.6.
That was one-tenth of a second
faster than Mark Bowers and his
modified Renault.
Bowers won the Modified Class
In 1;08.7. Porter and his Sprite
competed in the class of Sports
Cars under Two Liters.
Each course was about a
quarter-mile long. The Sebring
strip had about 20 curves. And all
were made at the expense of
safety, not speed.
If you knock one of the pylons
over, you lose a second off your
time, said Porter, and that
second would have made the dis disference

Other Gator marksmen com competing
peting competing in the NRA match were
Lee Morse, Kerry Chatham,
Larry Lunden, Connie Kostyra,

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ference disference between my winning. V
Porter won without ever getting
out of first gear, a feat not many
sports car drivers can claim.
But In the next monthly Gym Gymkhana,
khana, Gymkhana, this one at the airport,
there will be a larger course
which many of the Porsches and
XKE's may reach 80 or 90 miles
per hour.
This race, however, was de designed
signed designed for driving ability, said
Porter, and not speed.
We'll probably get more re response
sponse response next time since the next
race will be faster, said Por Porter.
ter. Porter.
Porter can probably bet that
one entrant, his wife, Helen, will
be there.
She won the Ladies Class.

and George Pringle.
The Rifles* next match is
against Florida A & M next
Thursday.

Thursday, February 22, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

THE RESULTS
PLACE NAME TOTAL TIME CAR
SPORTS CARS OVER 2 LITERS
1. Peter Brown 1:12.8 Austin Healey 3000
2. Bruce Helfert 1:14.5 Jaguar
' 4** K
SPORTS CARS UNDER 2 LITERS
1. Larry Porter 1:08.6 Sprite
2. Greg Wight 1:09.7 Sprite
SEDANS OVER 2 LITERS
1. Robert Layman 1:15.0 Corvair Corsa
2. Ed Asplnwali 1:22.4 Corvair Monza
SEDANS UNDER 2 UTERS
1. BUI Borah 1:12.2 Saab
2. Pat Day 1:15.2 Flat
LADIES
1. Helen Porter 1:10.6 Sprite
2. Patti Paul .... 1:27.4 Austin Healey
MODIFIED
1. Marl Bowers 1:08.7 Renault
2. Alan Howes 1:12.4 Volkswagen
Alan Howes, in a Volkswagen frame, spins
past a pylon. Gritting his teeth and grabbing
the wheel, Howes finished second in the
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