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SPACE CAPSULE
Students admire the Mercury Space capsule
that arrived on campus Thursday for the
Engineering Fair next weekend.
Political Interest
Increases At UF

By DIANE MUNYER
Alligator Staff Writer
Involvement of UF students in
national politics will continue to
increase as the newly-formed
groups supporting Senator Eu Eugene
gene Eugene McCarthy and Robert Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy step up their activities on
campus and throughout Alachua
County.
Republican plans were still in incomplete
complete incomplete Thursday night.
Since Tuesday when they first
started to campaign in support
of a non-Johnson slate to go to
the national convention, the ap approximately
proximately approximately 30 members of the
University Concerned Democrats
have received the pi edged support
of almost 300 Florida students in
addition to donations from con concerned
cerned concerned individuals.
Robert Ibarguen, 7AS, ex explained
plained explained that the money and sup support
port support are for an anti-Johnson
ticket from Florida and not for a
particular candidate..
The group is presently pass passing
ing passing out literature about Eugene
McCarthy, the only announced
primary candidate. TTie growing
group plans to hold a county countywide
wide countywide rally in the near future to
increase votes for their candidate
in the May 28 primary.
An aide on Senator McCarthys
staff said the candidate will cam campaign
paign campaign some in Florida.
Florida Students for Robert
Kennedy will sponsor a rally
at 1:30 p.m. Monday at which the
presidential candidate will ad address
dress address students in the Plaza of
the Americas via a special tele telephone

The
Florida Alligator

phone telephone amplification system.
The phone message at 2:15 may
be preceded or followed by an
address by either Theodore Sor Sorensen
ensen Sorensen or Arthur Schlesinger,
(SEE KENNEDY PAGE 2)

New SG Commission
To Study Housing Rules

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Editor
A nine-member UF Student
Government study commission
will begin next Monday to in investigate
vestigate investigate the current dormitory
controversy.
Thursday afternoon, Dr. Ha Harold
rold Harold C. Riker met with Student
Body President Clyde Taylor at
the request of Student Body Vice
President Gary Goodrich. The
result was a com mission to study
dorm problems.
The commission will inves investigate
tigate investigate the problems connected
with Open House, said Goodrich,
and then proceed to dorm po policy
licy policy in general.
The nine-member team will
be appointed by Taylor Monday
and begin work at once. A pre preliminary
liminary preliminary report will be due with within
in within three weeks. Goodrich expec expected
ted expected the investigation to last not
more than six weeks.
We want every problem to

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

ENROLLMENT QUESTIONED

Mautz Eyes Ashler
As Vice Chancellor

By PEGGY SEYKORA
Alligator Staff Writer
University Chancellor Robert
B. Mautz said Thursday he is
seriously considering for vice
chancellor a man who at one
time recommended restricting
the UF to an enrollment of 20,000.
Mautz said that State Rep.
Phil Ashler of Pensacola is being
considered for the job. He added
that Ashler is the only candidate
in mind right now.
Ashler recommended in Octo October,
ber, October, 1966, a fair share* plan
to legislative committees on
higher education in Tallahassee.
The plan asked the Florida leg legislature
islature legislature to cure maldistribu maldistribution,
tion, maldistribution, competition, and duplica duplication
tion duplication in the university system.
Ashler wanted to keep UFs
and FSUs enrollment down to
20,000 instead of the 25,000 pro projected
jected projected by the Board of Regents
for 1975.
He proposed to distribute the
extra 5,000 students to other
emerging institutions in the state,
like West Florida University in
Pensacola. Ashler is presently
director of development at Pen Pensacola
sacola Pensacola Junior College.
Mautz does not feel that the
questions raised by Ashler in
1966 will have any influence on
his actions if he were appointed
vice chancellor.
In any case, Im the chan chancellor,
cellor, chancellor, Mautz stated, and the
Board of Regents sets the policy,
so Rep. Ashlers former views
would not cause any problems.
Ashler is thought of very
highly at the university. He is
a man of unusual talents. He
has the ability to sit back and
gather facts and then make a de-

be cleared up for next year's
dorm resident, said Goodrich.
The commission idea was
spurred by the Feb. 23 incident
at Graham Hall, in which univer university
sity university men were ushered from the
halls during an approved Open
House.
This Graham incident is but
one of several complaints that I
think the study com mission ought
to consider, said Goodrich.
Goodrich stated three beefs
that he believes ought to be in investigated.
vestigated. investigated. One is the compul compulsory
sory compulsory sophomore residence. Ano Another
ther Another is the guest problem on
weekends and the third is the
Graham incident.
I believe that the sophomore
students should have the right
to live off campus if they want
to, said Goodrich. And that
guests should be permitted on
weekends.
There is no place to go on
campus during the weekend,

cision, Mautz noted.
Ashler, 53, is a Pensacola
bank director and has been a
member of the House of Rep Representatives
resentatives Representatives since 1962. He has
chaired several committees
dealing with education and is a
member of the Select Council
on Post- High School Education
(SCOPE).
I am considering Ashler be because
cause because he has a great deal of know know.
. know. ledge of higher education, and a

Mautz Replacement
Expected 'Shortly

By JANIE GOULD
Alligator Staff Writer
UF President Stephen C. O-
Connell said a replacement for
Vice-President for Academic Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Robert B. Mautz will be
announced shortly.
He (Mautz) has a rare com combi
bi combi nat iof abilities seldom found
in one man,OConnell said. He
will be difficult to replace.
However, most of the 11 va vacancies
cancies vacancies on the UF Administra Administrative
tive Administrative Council are going to stay
that way vacant for a while,
judging from a check of various
colleges and divisions.
The Administrative Council is
composed of deans and directors
of all colleges and divisions, plus
the major UF administrators.
The council loses a key member
when Mautz takes office as chan chancellor
cellor chancellor of the state university sys system.
tem. system.

Goodrich continued, and the
dorm grass gets a little crowded
with friends. J
I cant see any reason why
students cant bring up their
friends to their rooms on week*
ends under proper conditions,
said Goodrich.
In a press release, Goodrich
asked Dr. Harold C. Riker, dir*
ector of Housing, for his cooper cooperation.
ation. cooperation. Riker stated he would read readily
ily readily lend a helping hand to the
commission and its questions.
I wont say if the current
dorm policy is good or bad/*
said Riker, but I'll be glad to
discuss any alternatives.
Dean of Women Betty Cosby,
who ordered the UF men removed
from Graham Hall, liked the idea
of the commission but only
under certain circumstances.
If they are just going to
organize the commission on the
basis of whether the men and
(SEE HOUSING PAGE 2)

Inside
Spring Has Sprung
On UF Campus
See Page 14

Friday, March 29, 1968

knowledge of operating govern government
ment government and the state legislature,"
Mautz said.
Speaker of the House Ralph
Turlington, who has worked with
Ashler in the legislature on
higher education, said Ashler
is an "excellent person for the
position" of vice chancellor.
He said he believes Ashler
would view the education system
in the light of new facts and
arguments.

least three colleges, Phar Pharmacy,
macy, Pharmacy, Business Administration,
and Education, and one division,
Latin American Studies, are "up
in the air" in selecting a new
dean or director.
Most selection committee
chairmen contacted by the Al Alligator
ligator Alligator this week generally gave
the impression that appointments
aren't forthcoming.
"It's just too early to tell,"
said Dr. Hohn McFerrin, chair chairman
man chairman of the selection committee
for a dean of the College of Bus Business
iness Business Administration Dean Don Donald
ald Donald J. Hart resigned last month.
A spokesman in the College of
Education said a list of possible
choices has "not even been nar narrowed
rowed narrowed down yet." Dean Kim Kimball
ball Kimball J. Wiles was killed in an
auto crash in February, and Dr.
B.L. Sharp was appointed acting
dean.
In the College of Pharmacy,
there is "nothing" about a suc successor
cessor successor to Dean George Archam Archambault,
bault, Archambault, a spokesman said. Ditto die
College of Engineering, in which
John Nattress is the acting dean.
In three colleges, Journalism,
Arts and Sciences, and the Grad Graduate
uate Graduate School, the deans have
reached the mandatory age of
retirement, which is 65.
"We have recommended a
number of candidates to Vice-
President Mautz," said John V.
Webb, assistant professor of
journalism. "Three have come
to campus for interviews." Rae
O. Weimer is dean of the Col College.
lege. College.
Nobody on the selection com committee
mittee committee in the College of Arts
and Sciences could be contacted
for comment about a successor
to Dean Ralph Page.
Mautz's leaving the UF is slow slowing
ing slowing down the selection machinery,
said Dr. Arthur Broyles, chair chairman
man chairman of the Graduate School se selection
lection selection committee.
"We have a number of names
from outside the university,"
Broyles said, "and we're in the
process of bringing them here."
He said O'Connell possibly will
announce a new dean after the
next Board of Regents meeting.
Dr. Linton Grinter is the dean
now.



Page 2

The Florida Alligator, Friday, March 29, 1968

Bulletin News
State, National, International News
Navy TFX Scrapped
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Senate Armed Services Committee
voted Thursday to scrap Immediately the Navy version of the TFX
swing-wing fighter-bomber and told the Pentagon to begin developing
a substitute airplane.
The committee acted an hour after the Defense Department, ac acknowledging
knowledging acknowledging the Navy model of the plane failed to perform as ex expected,
pected, expected, announced it would ask Congress to cut back production
plans while engineers worked on a new fleet aircraft.
Yuri Gagarin Killed
MOSCOW (UPI) Yuri Alexeyevitch Gagarin, the worlds pioneer
space explorer and author of historys most spectacular chapter
of exploration since Magellan, died as he had lived a hero, it
was disclosed Thursday. He sacrificed his life to save a peasant
village.
Friends of the Soviet cosmonaut said Gagarin perished in his
plane rather than bail out and let the aircraft crash in a populated
area. Gagarin, 34, died Wednesday.
His last words were, I am going down. They were delivered
in the samp calm voice that he used to broadcast messages from his
historic space flight.
FIIIA Lost Over North
SAIGON (UPI) The U. S. Command Friday morning reported
an Air Force FIIIA lost on a mission somewhere in Southeast
Asia where the powerful swing-wing jets began bombing North
Vietnamese targets for the first time last Monday.
Headquarters imposed an extremely tight security lid on search
operations for the supersecret, supersonic $6 million plane packed
with sophisticated electronic gear.
There was no word on the fate of the two-man crew, but the
FIIIA is equipped with an escape capsule permitting the crew to
eject and parachute to earth with extensive survival gear. The
capsule can float.

Kennedy-McCarthy

FROM PAGE ONE
aides for the late President John
F. Kennedy.
Mar.{ Fowler, 3LW, Howell
Ferguson, 3LW, and James L.
Powers, ILW, the coordinators
of the group supporting the nom nomination
ination nomination of Robert Kennedy report
that many petitions of support
have been circulating among stu students
dents students and faculty since the law
students first made known their
function as a focal point" for
Kennedy supporters.
There is speculation that the
support indicated at Mondays
rally will influence Senator Ken Kennedys
nedys Kennedys decision as to whether to
enter his name in the Florida
primary. The deadline for en entrance
trance entrance is on Tuesday.

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Allan Milledge, the Miami at attorney
torney attorney who filed the McCarthy
slate, does not expect Kennedy to
become a candidate in Floridas
primary. He said Kennedy indi indicated
cated indicated he would support McCarthy
in states where he was not on the
ballot, and we are holding him
to that promise.
According to Mark Fowler, the
Florida Students for Robert Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy and the University Concer Concerned
ned Concerned Democrats are on parallel
tracks with respect to the ba basic
sic basic aims of the groups.
The Young Republicans will be begin
gin begin a membership drive next
week on campus. President Dale
Anderson says that an important
purpose of the drive will be to
increase interest in the Repub Republican
lican Republican presidential candidate am among
ong among people of voting age.

Sen* Eugene McCarthy
Enters Florida Primary

Sen. Eugene McCarthy of Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota entered the Florida pre presidential
sidential presidential primary today and a
staff aide said the senator will
campaign some in the state.
Wtih McCarthys written con consent,
sent, consent, a slate of 61 delegates
pledged to McCarthy for Pres President
ident President was filed with the secre secretary
tary secretary of state.
It came in just 30 minutes af after
ter after a slate pledged to favorite
son George Smathers of Flo Florida,
rida, Florida, but loaded with delegates
partial to President Lyndon John Johnson,
son, Johnson, was qualified.
And shortly before that, the
Republican Party filed its un unpledged
pledged unpledged slate, which is expec expected
ted expected to cast its 34 votes for GOP
Gov. Claude Kirk on the first
ballot as a courtesy but swing
Housing
£ FROM PAGE ONE J
women of Graham were mistrea mistreated,*
ted,* mistreated,* said Cosby, then this
would be inappropriate.
Ill tell you one thing, con continued
tinued continued Cosby, those students
were not mistreated during that
incident. They should have con conducted
ducted conducted themselves as proper la ladies
dies ladies and gentlemen.
Cosby did not comment on some
of the conditions that Goodrich
criticized, but said the Open
House should become more de definitive
finitive definitive in nature.
There should have never been
that incident at Graham, said
Cosby. There was a failure to
communicate.
I understand the first floor
girls conducted the open house
without the approval of the rest
of the dorm, said Cosby. This
should not exist.
Ten or 20 girls on one floor
have no right to control the rest
of the dorm with their actions.
The whole case was one of ad administrative
ministrative administrative mismanagement,
she concluded.

The City of Gainesville needs a civic center.
? The University of Florida needs a civic center.
Jointly it can be justified and funded. I will
introduce and work for passage of the legisla legislation
tion legislation and necessary appropriations to permit the
University of Florida to cooperate with the city
in making the civic center a reality.
H SAUNDERS
(Paid Political Ad by Keith Austin, Campaign Treasurer)

quickly to Richard Nixon there thereafter.
after. thereafter.
Allan Milledge, Miami attor attorney,
ney, attorney, filed the McCarthy slate,
along with a letter, hand-deliv hand-delivered
ered hand-delivered by Parker Donham, a mem member
ber member of the peace candidate's Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin staff, giving his consent
to go on the Florida ballot May
28.
Milledge said that the mem members
bers members of the slate who he pre predicted
dicted predicted will carry Florida
would never under any circum circumstances
stances circumstances cast a single vote in con convention
vention convention for President Johnson.
Not even on the final ballot,
when a party convention generally
pulls together to make it unan unanimous,
imous, unanimous, will Floridas McCarthy
slate go for LBJ, said Milledge.
It would swing to Sen. Robert

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we do not expect that tohap^n.
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Florida will be Vietnam, which
he called a disaster," and lack
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Space Program
'Behind Times

By JIM ALMAND
Alligator Staff Writer
The man who put A.0.K. in
the American vocabulary, Col.
John Shorty Powers, told a
sparse crowd in the Reitz Union
auditorium Thursday afternoon
that decisions in the U.S.s space
program havent been made yet
which should have been made
three years ago.
A relaxed Powers interspersed
his hour and a half slide-illustra slide-illustrated
ted slide-illustrated talk with jokes ranging from
(Two kinds of Texans: blue-eyed
and brown-eyed. A blue-eyed
Texan is only half full.) to
Father Lyndon and former
Secretary of Defense McNamara.
The rapidity of our space pro program
gram program has made ours the age of the
impatient, Powers told the
audience, made up mainly of en engineering
gineering engineering students. We are a
now society. We tend to lose
patience and faith if things arent
done right away.
Powers commented on the fact
that our space program has gone
so far so fast. Ten years ago ex experts
perts experts didnt predict a manned
space flight untill 1970, Powers
said, but were way ahead of that
already.
Joining NASA in 1959, Powers
41 eventually became the voice of
the astronauts for the Project
Mercury space flights. He was
awarded the distinguished flying
cross and bronze star for his
military service during WWII.
Powers now heads his own pub public
lic public relations firm and writes a
nationally syndicated column on
space.
Powers said the U.S. was
pushed into the space race when a
nation which we thought was de decadent,
cadent, decadent, dying and dead em embarrassed
barrassed embarrassed us by sending up the
first satellite in 1957. After
that, Powers said, we built the
worlds worst rocketthe Van Vanguard.
guard. Vanguard.
Discussing communications
satellites Powers said, It seems
to me that the free exchange of
ideas between people is some something
thing something most worthwhile. The com communications
munications communications department has not
made this apparent to the tax taxpayer,
payer, taxpayer, however.
Throughout his talk Powers
kept emphasizing that public

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:, The Florida Alligator, Friday, March 29, 1968

Fire Suspect
Bound Over
For Trial
By MICHAEL ABRAMS
Uligator Staff Writer
Accused arsonist Tyrone Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, 20, turned states evidence
Thursday against Gainesville
Black Power leader Irving
Jack Dawkins.
Dawkins, 36, was then bound
over by County Judge John Con Connell
nell Connell to Alachua County circuit
court to stand trial for second
degree arson.
Wilson and Dawkins were ar arrested
rested arrested four days after the March
13 firebombing of Genes Gro Grocery,
cery, Grocery, 244 W. Depot Avenue.
Their arrest had followed a
string of nearly 20 flrebombings
of white merchants In Negro
neighborhoods since New Years
Day.
Police bad reported one injury
and property damage in excess
of $25,000.
Wilson, a Gainesville gas
station attendant, wore bright
yellow clothes, tennis shoes, and
a blazing green shirt as he tes testified
tified testified against Dawkins.
He claimed he drove Dawkins
to the vicinity of Genes Gro Grocery
cery Grocery the night of the fire. He
testified that Dawkins was carry carrying
ing carrying two whiskey bottles filled
with gasoline with rags stuffed
into them.
11 He had two bottles under his
coat, Wilson said. He asked
me to roll the windows down
because the gasoline smelled
pretty strong.
Wilson also named three others
who had accompanied Dawkins
with him in the car.
He (Dawkins) and the others
got out and went in the direction
of the store, Wilson testified.
He was carrying the bottles. He
came back In five or six minutes.
I didnt see any bottles.
Wilson contended that he had
known Dawkins only a month
but agreed to drive him home
that night from a Gainesville
bar.
I didnt want to take him
after I saw those bombs, said
Wilson. I had an idea of what
was going to happen.

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Collegiate Primary Drops Romney;
15,000 UF Students To Vote?

By DAVE DOUCETTE
Assistant News Editor
Tlie name of Michigan Gover Governor
nor Governor George Romney has been
removed from the ballot of the
Choice 68 election to be held
April 24.
The ballot for the Time Maga Magazine-sponsored
zine-sponsored Magazine-sponsored national col collegiate
legiate collegiate presidential primary now
includes Fred Halstead, Mark
O. Hatfield, Lyndon B. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Robert F. Kennedy, Martin
L. King, John V. Lindsay, Eu Eugene
gene Eugene J. McCarthy, Richard M.

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ald Ronald W. Reagan, Nelson A. Rocke Rockefeller,
feller, Rockefeller, Harold E. Stas sen, and
George Wallace.
Choice 68 will give students
three choices for President and
three referendum questions
two concerning the war in Viet Vietnam
nam Vietnam and one concerning the
priorities of government spend spending
ing spending In confronting the urban
crisis.
All university students cur currently
rently currently enrolled in an American
university or college will be

eligible to vote. This Includes
graduate, part-time and foreign
students, as well as those study studying
ing studying abroad in American branch
universities.
Nearly 1,000 colleges and uni universities
versities universities with enrollments num num
- num berlng over five million students
representing 75 per cent of the
total student electorate, will vote*
in Choice 68 elections this spring.
Northeastern University in
Boston was the first college to
vote in the Choice 68 election
on February 16. The election was
held early to allow students who
participate in a cooperative quar quarter
ter quarter system (study one quarter,
work one quarter, and study the
third quarter) to vote before
leaving for their work quarter.
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out turnout over 2,500 out of a possible
4,000 larger than any other
election that we can recall/
Barry Diamond, coordinator
of the Choice election at the UF,
said he expects approximately
15,000 UF students to vote.
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Taylors SG Cabinet Swells To 22

By HAROLD KENNEDY
Alligator Executive Editor
With the announced ap appointment
pointment appointment of three more cabi cabinet
net cabinet members this week, Student
Body President Clyde Taylor's
cabinet swelled to 22, double
the number in Charles Shepherd's
administration and larger than
any in recent UF history.
Dissident groups in Forward
party and Taylor's United-First
party were at first critical of
man}: cabinet appointments,
calling them "political pay payoffs."
offs." payoffs." Since then, some of the
disenchanted in United-First
have received appointments
themselves, which tempered
theirdissatisf action.
Announced were the appoint appointments
ments appointments of Jack Zucker to the post
of secretary of collegiate sports
activities, Eduardo Padron to the
post of secretary of international
student affairs, Mike Malone to
the post of secretary of housing,
and Kathy Burke to the post of
secretary of university commit committees.
tees. committees.
Also announced were the non noncabinet
cabinet noncabinet appointments of Allan
Casey as chairman of Dollars
for Scholars and John Kesler
as assistant general chairman.
Announcement of the three cab cabinet
inet cabinet appointments brought the
cabinet to its highest member membership
ship membership in memory. Last year,
Shepherd had reduced the num number

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When the youths suddenly tore
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to into an old model car and sped a away.
way. away.
Remaining. Negro leaders
turned the marchers back tovjard
their starting point while 200
helmeted policemen, using tear
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ber number of cabinet posts from 17
to 10 in an economy drive. Tay Taylor's
lor's Taylor's advisors called Shepherd's
attempt laudatory, but im impractical.
practical. impractical.
"The trouble was he
streamlined too much," one ad advisor
visor advisor said. Too much work was
piled upon the few cabinet officers
and the president himself. The
outcome was reflected in
Shepherds constantly low grades
while in office, the aide said.
Taylors advisors discounted
the rumblings as "sour grapes"
by minor party functionaries dis disappointed
appointed disappointed at not receiving cabinet
- posts. Taylor's large cabinet was
justified as necessary to allow
student government to function
properly without overworking its
leaders, they said.
These same advisors said the
ability of Taylors appointees is
indicated by new projects already
underway, such as the Dollars for
Scholars carnival, and the suc success
cess success of old prpgrams taken over
by the new administration, such
as the SG book sale.
Forward party leaders were
bitter about Taylor's early pro promise
mise promise to make non-partisan ap appointments
pointments appointments according to ability.
Said Cliff McClelland, a
member of Forwards steering
committee, "I think it is the
usual brand of cabinet appoint appointments.
ments. appointments. The big houses and
workers got the key positions.
"It (the method of appointment)
didnt use the whole dool of tal-

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Ellington said in Nashville that
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ent available to student govern government,"
ment," government," McClelland said. "In "Instead,
stead, "Instead, the appointments were
confined to just one party."
McClelland j acknowledged,
however, that Mick Callahan,
Contrived party vice presiden presidential
tial presidential candidate, had received the
appointment as the secretary of
academic affairs.
Many student politicians feel
that Callahans appointment
backs up, rather than refutes,
McClellands statement. They
point out that Contrived partys
decision not to run in the second
presidential election contributed
noticeably to Taylors victory,
since Contrived's campaign was
aimed at independents.
A major part of United-First
party strength lies among in independents.
dependents. independents.
McClelland declined to specu speculate
late speculate about the nature of appoint appointments
ments appointments that Forward party would
have made had it won the elec election.
tion. election.
The Forward party leader in insisted,
sisted, insisted, however, that Taylors
appointments were largely polit political.
ical. political.
The hardest workers in the
winning party always get the
spoils, he said.
The post of administrative as assistant,
sistant, assistant, a most coveted appointed
post, went to Steve Zack, a mem member
ber member of the fraternity which con contributed
tributed contributed the second largest
amount to United- First.
Other highly coveted posts, the
finance, labor, and legislative af affairs
fairs affairs cabinet posts, went to loyal
United-First leaders, McClel McClelland
land McClelland said.
Initially unhappy over Taylor's
appointments were several
United-First womens leaders
who feared that United-First
campaign pledges to give women
a bigger voice in student govern government
ment government would not be honored.
One coed was incensed when
she learned that the posts of
administrative assistant and

secretary of academic affairs
had bean offered to poople she
considered political appointees.
Wednesday afternoon, she was
considerably mollified. She and
three other women had received
cabinet posts.
The appointment of the four
women had accomplished their
goals, the coed said.
"It worked out," she ?aid.
"In some ways, things are bet better
ter better than we thought. I think
the women are pretty satisfied."
The coed said that some cab cabinet
inet cabinet appointments were political
in nature.
"Every fraternity got some something
thing, something 1 she insisted. "But
theres nothing wrong With that."
Greg Johnson, former Student
Senate majority leader and a Tay Taylor
lor Taylor advisor, backed her up.
"You appoint poople you have
confidence in that believe in
you, too. We tried to take the
best of all parties."

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United-First leaders say that,
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urograms cn this campus..
This weekend will be no
exception o
Students will, thanks to
the Afro-American Student
Association, have an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to hear renegade
Congressman Adam Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Powell tell em like
it is, or the way he thinks
it is,
And, for entertainment
and education wrapped into
one, the Engineering Fair
will once again be on tap

Nix On Compulsory Attendance

Why attend classes?
Thats one of the head headlines
lines headlines which appeared on
page one of Wednesdays
Alligator over an article
by staffer Allen Pierleoni.
Although The Florida
Alligator believes that stu students
dents students benefit from attend attending
ing attending class we also believe
that the idea of compulsory
class attendance is absurd.
If going to class is going
to keep an individual stu student
dent student in school then that

&
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ii usual .list" 01 speakerst
movie programs ana other
performances and events of
interest to the student bo body
dy body C
There is away to get
the most out of this uni university.
versity. university.
Youve got to know whats
happening and then make it
your business to see the art
exhibits, listen to the
speakers and hear the
music brought here for
your intellectual and re recreational
creational recreational enjoyment.

student should go. And, of
course, those of us who
believe a college education
isnt complete without per personal
sonal personal contact with pro professors
fessors professors should attend as
many classes as possible
too.
But the grade-school
rules enforced at this
university, which allow
only three cuts prior to a
student being put on notice
that he may be dropped
from a course, must so.

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there ain't no riots. There are insur insurrections,
rections, insurrections, and there' are rebellions, but
there aint no riots.
Crime doesnt pay, right? Hey, dig this.
Before the Watts Rebellion, nothing, right? I
mean it took ah hour to walk across town
and buses didnt exist. Dig it: Today we
got 400 different organizations doing OUR
thing, OUR way, and YOU are paying for
it. That bonfire was the best thing that
ever happened to the brothers in Watts.
Oh yeah, tell me all about there being
no excuse to break the law. Lay the Con Constitution
stitution Constitution on me, give me that Fourth of
July about Law and Order. Uh-huh.
Seems as I recall that you people had your
own revolution about taxation without re representation.
presentation. representation. Uh-huh. An how many bills
has A. C. Powell been votin on lately,
dig?
So you go ahead and bust Dawkins, that
ain't gonna stop no fires; only thin that
stops fires is water. Dont tell me how
much you want to help, baby. I Dont
Want It. You been helping me for a
hunnert years, an 000-eee, have we made
progress. Cant buy your house yet, but
I can buy your food (ceptin I dont dig
your cookin).

Alligator Staff

DAVE DOUdETTE GLENN FAKE
Assistant News Editor Editorial Assistant
JERRY SILBERBERG JOE TORCHLA
Campus Living Editor Entertainment Editor
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LIGHT F

target. Detroit or Dar take your pie?
is i.h bes. targe-. at?' we are get
You really wanna know 'why it's too lat
man? Because the man aint gonna do
anything until he get hurt jus like in
Veet-Nam; everybodys against it now
cause the shoe is startin to pinch; I mean
hey, Hersheys running outta us big black
bucks, so now hes gonna start drafting all
you FINE liberals in college. Dig it.
So just magine waitin' up tomorrow with
Black skin an kinky hair. Then open your
eyes and dig the room. Then go look for
a job. Then try to hitch a ride an then
walk home an watch the Beverly Hill Hillbillies
billies Hillbillies an THEN tell me about all the
progress were makin'.
It is too late. I no longer care
if it is right or wrong. All I know
is I have been wronged, my father
and my mother have been wronged,
and all my brothers have been
wronged. I love them, and Ill die
for them.
But not for you, boss. No more,
not for you.
Yassuh. So stock up on marshmallows
an ribs, we gonna have us a real-FINE
Bar-B-Que. Dig?



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$ EDITORS NOTEBOOK
jThe Struggle
f At KheSanh j
BY STEVE HULL*

The field reports emanating
sometimes as confusing as the
And one of the most confusing
Khe Sanh has been worrying
me for weeks. The thought of
40,000 enemy troops surfbunding
our 5,000 fully exposed troops is
horrifying.
Our men cannot be used as
ducks in a shooting gallery. They
are exposed to enemy fire, which
occurs at the enemy's discretion.
The enemy seems to have had the
time and the freedom of manuever
to set up a controlled fire zone
for its mortar attacks.
Our response to such a large
concentration of enemy troops
is bombing by B-52s flying at
altitudes of over 30,000 feet.
Bombing at such heights can cannot
not cannot be effective unless it is sa saturation
turation saturation bombing. I know enough
about ballistics to know you cant
thread a needle from 30,000 feet
away.
And dont tell me that the Khe
Sanh area is so much jungle and
so much forest that it is possible
to hide 40,000 Viet Cong sur surrounding
rounding surrounding 5,000 troops. Anyway,
if we are able to count the 40,000
troops we ought to be able to
bomb them, machine gun them and
drop enough napalm bombs on
concentrated areas to partially
destroy and partially discourage
them.
But it would take tactical bomb bombing.
ing. bombing.
The enemy is now reported as
tunneling toward our embattled
positions. Its hard to under understand
stand understand why 40,000 Viet Cong would
tunnel toward their objective
when they could overrun it with
one concentrated attack. Five
thousand troops cannot have
enough fire power to stop 40,000
troops. Certainly we all remem remember
ber remember the Chinese human wave as assaults
saults assaults in Korea where the Am American
erican American forces guns overheated
and jammed in the face of their
overwhelming attackers.
Its now time American mili military
tary military leaders realize that the
bastion of Khe Sanh is vulnerable
to enemy attack at any time.
A new policy must be initiated
to bolster the U.S. troop strength
in the besieged area so we can
continue to control the North
Vietnamese main avenue of sup supply.
ply. supply.
Pushing Shoving
Law Students
MR. EDITOR:
Law students are supposedly
fairly intelligent. Why, then, do
they constantly find themselves in
this situation: students in some
courses are packed into a class classroom,
room, classroom, almost to the point of over overflowing.
flowing. overflowing. As tne period ends and
the students try t are met by an onslaught of the
next class (usually just as big)
pushing and shoving their',vay in into
to into the room. It seems like they
would .realize .after a .while cast
thisrr i cnouch tor
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from the war in Vietnam are
criticism of the war itself.
aspects of the war is Khe Sanh.

AUIGATOR BRAINOSITIES

By LEWIS ROTHLEIN
Alligator Columnist
Hello. The answer to yes yesterday
terday yesterday s brainosity is four daugh daughters
ters daughters and three sons.
Todays brainosity we devote to
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to do is match them up.
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There is no hope for the complacent man

McCarthy Presents
A Voters Choice

MR. EDITOR:
THERE IS AN ALTERNATIVE
TO THE JOHNSON NIXON
POLICY IN VIETNAM. For those
who believe that:
1) the war in Vietnam has led
to a senseless waste of money,
men, and national honor, and
must be stopped,
2) President Johnson, by his
betrayal of his 1964 pledges not
to send American boys to fight
in Asia and by his falsification
of the true situation in Vietnam,
has damaged American con confidence
fidence confidence in America and in the
democratic process,
3) it is improbably that the
Republican party will produce an
acceptable alternative policy,
there is a suitable course of
action.
On the ballot of the May 28th
primaries in Florida there will
be an anti-Johnson slate of dele delegates
gates delegates who will vote for Senator
Eugene McCarthy at the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Convention in Chicago.
Senator Eugene McCarthy is
the only actual candidate who
meaningfully opposes the con continuation
tinuation continuation of the war in Vietnam.
A former economics professor
and a Congressman since 1949,
he was elected to the Senate in
1959 and re-elected in 1964 by
the largest popular majority in
the history of Minnesota. He is
a member of the U.S. Senate Com Committees
mittees Committees on Foreign Relations,
Agriculture. Finance, Public
1 and Standards and Con Con,
, Con, j ; Jjp ; rho Os
- 'lit .J.20 1t 'O. ' if; i : . r -.he bar
Vietnam is:
1) Stop oombing North Viet-

There Are Alternatives
To The Vietnam War

MR. EDITOR:
Your wonted, immature and
naive interpretation of in international
ternational international affairs is again show showing
ing showing its bare skin under the gilted
weave of your All-Americanism.
In your column of March 26,
no doubt a result of several

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nam, the step which the UN
Secretary-General and informed
European governments be believe
lieve believe will produce peace nego negotiations;
tiations; negotiations;
2) Negotiate with all concerned
parties including the National Li Liberation
beration Liberation Front;
3) Gradually withdraw Am American
erican American troops since, despite re repeated,
peated, repeated, falsely optimistic Ad Administration
ministration Administration promises, increas increasing
ing increasing military escalation has failed
and will continue to fail;
4) Any solution in Vietnam
must recognize political real realities,
ities, realities, even if we don't like them.
If we DO NOT support Senator
Eugene McCarthy, an alternative
to our disastrous present policy
will not even be seriously pre presented
sented presented in the national presidential
campaign this year.
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years of anxiety and concern on
your part over Vietnam, you ask
doves and hawks alike to con consider
sider consider the single strange thing
about the present dissension dissensionthat
that dissensionthat in all . the dissension
and frustration . there are no
sensible and specific alternatives
being offered ... to the course
of action in your opinion.
There are alternatives offered
there are sensible proposals
to get out of Vietnam. You are
guilty of what Senator McCarthy
referred to when he said simply
that Americans, as a matter
of national instinct, want to stand
behind their president and sup support
port support their country. Because he
recognizes the nobility of this
sentiment he has not tried to
disillusion us Americans by
pounding us into submission for
peace even though at this point
the sentiment is quite insidious.
He has simply provided an out outlet
let outlet within the government for the
anti-war feeling.
You cannot see the alternatives
because you are blinded by your
All-Americanism. You simply do

Fraf Brothers
Have Unfair
Advantages
MR. EDITOR:
Why does the Alligator have
to be anti-fraternity at times?
If It wasnt, then student govern government
ment government and other student activities
would be basically by, of, and
only for frat men. The Alligator
is practically the only guardian
of the general students interests
against special interests.
Frats are special interests that
somethimes perform positively
for the general good. At other
times, specific frats become
corrupt.
For example, I would ask
Messers. Bowden, Jones, & Uhi Uhifelder
felder Uhifelder whether they have access
to old tests not available to all
students of lazy profs who have
asked the same questions term
after term. Also, do they have
the answers to these tests in the
form of corrected blue books,
so that they do not even have
to research the answers? Have
they or some of their brothers
bragged that they never open a
book for some courses, that they
sit in the, back of the class read reading
ing reading the Alligator, working
crossword puzzles,, or writing
letters, and then study old tests
when necessary? ~
Would a general pool of campus
opinion indicate that frat men
have nfair advantages in he
pursuit.of trades, espetnallv >u
.i.e business school? Co the frats
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Friday, March 29, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

not have the imagination the
courage to see.
Somewhere years ago you
learned at someones knee that
American soldiers always fight
for right and freedom and that
the Great White House is the
home of the great white father
who can do no wrong, at least
in his role as commander-in commander-inchief.
chief. commander-inchief.
In case you have not seen or
heard, I will tell you of a few
sensible alternatives.
One of these is to call a con conference
ference conference of Asian nations and have
them decide what should be done
in Asia and in Vietnamafter
all it is their continentwith
the commitment that the U.S.
agree to whatever they decide.
Another alternative was broad broadcast
cast broadcast by Peking Radio in 1964.
Despite the obnoxious clatter that
comes from Chinese sources
these days, they do present some
occasional good sense.
The Chinese proposal was that
the United States* only alternative
was to admit that a mistake was
made and withdraw troops from
Vietnam. Having been echoedl
around the world for four years,
it is sensible a proposal now as
it was then.
It is sensible because it is
cheap. Perhaps it is not as cheap
as it was four years ago2o,ooo
American lives are a hard thing
to repaybut it is cheap in
comparison to what the price
will be four years from now or
even 40 years from now, if what
you endorse is carried out.
It was said in 1960 and in
1964 that the war would go on
as long as the United States re remains
mains remains in Vietnam.
And it is true today.
So go get 'em, Steve Hull.
Tippecanoe and Tyler Too,
Remember The Alamo, Re Remember
member Remember The Maine, Remem Remember
ber Remember Pearl Harbor, Remember
The Gulf Os Tonkin, Gung-
Ho A-Yo-Yo. Bring a medal home
for Mother, but come back in
one piece, so that you can live
to see the disaster in your folly.
ERNEST MCGILL, 4AS
Teachers And
Garbage Men
MR. EDITOR:
One thing perplexes me: The
garbage collectors recently
struck in New York. Nobody
thought that they should stay with
their jobs because they were sup supposed
posed supposed to be dedicated, nor did
any good Samaritans rush to take
over so the garbage could be col collected.
lected. collected. Naturally not, garbage
collecting is too complex. So the
garbage smelledall the way to
the capitol as did the FEA
teacher walkout.
Someone said some education
is better than none. Is poor
education better than none? What
is the difference between
teachers and garbage collectors?
Isnt some garbage collecting
better than none? The citizens of
Florida might tell you garbage
collectors earn rrore than teach teachers,
ers, teachers, because its harder work.
Anvone can teach.
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

t FOR SALE
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FOR SALE: 1966 Honda 50,
Fantastic Condition, SIOO or best
offer. Call 378-4334. Ask for Mike
after 7. (A-101-3t-p)
MOBILE HOME for sale, 10* x 56',
carpeting and kitchen appliances
otherwise unfurnished. Central Air
Conditioning and heating. Excellent
condition, equity and payments of
SIOO.OO per month for 30 months.
Call 378-2747. (A-101-st-c)
GUILD STARFIRE; Twin pickup
Bigsby, Chany finish, Casa, Cord.
$250.00 or offer. Gitaon Amp. 12"
Jeneen speaker, tremolo. $75.00.
376-9712. (Alo33tp)
1961 Chevrolet, radio, and heater,
283 angina with strak, excellent
coooruon. nignoii orw wi it.
uoverea, nwm uruirty trailer witn
lights, hitches, and new tires. S7O.
376-0863. (Alo42tp)
1964 VESPA 150 Must sell
Perfect mechanical condition never
any trouble. New paint, new tires.
$150.00. 372-6003 or 376-9217.
(Alo4stp)
TYPEWRITER SCM Deluxe 400.
Lrmce electric, oaroon - nooon,
copymatic, halfspace vertical and
horizontal, other features, excellent
condition, $275.00. 372-2795 after
5:00. (Alosltp)
1962 LAMBRETTA 125 cc. Fair
condition. Tool Kit included. $85.00
or best offer. Call 3788959 after
5:00. Ask for Bob. (A-105-st-p)
ENGAGEMENT RING Distinctive
and Exquisite to say the least Not
the usual solitare type. Excellent
color. .32 karat $295.00. 376-4082.
J. D. HI! (Alos2tp)
AIR CONDITIONER, G.E. runs
quiet and cold, $50.00. Polaroid
Swinger w/caaa SIO.OO. 15 Gallon
Aquarium with all accessories,
$25.00. Eric Ruff, 376-9420.
(Alo33tp)
FOR SALE; 55mm Micro Nitkor
Lens (Auto). $125. Sekonic Light
Meter. $60.00 value $35.00. Both
for $l5O. Call 378-4836.
(Alo34tp)
VESPA 150 1965. Neat, Low mileage
originally $450. Asking $215.00. Call
378-3043. (Alo33tp)
FOR SALE: 1963 Ducati 125 cc.
Good mechanical condition. $125 or
best offer. Don Miller Rm. 417.
376-9372. U.S. Divers Aquamastar 2staoe ana
2 hoses $47.00, Voit Viking Fins
$5.00, 2 Masks, Mae West 002 Vest
$4.50, 2 knives. Best quality Auto
seat covers $17.50, Chicago Roller
skates $5.00, Single 54' Tank $15.00,
Weights, Merc. Throttle and gear shift
cables $4.50, snorkles .50 each.
376-0229. (Alo43tp)
FOR SALE: Pure Bred white Persian
Kittens. $35.00 call 378-7152 after
4:30 p.m. (A-104-2t-p)
IT'S terrific the way we're selling
Blue Lustre for cleaning rugs and
upholstery. Rent electric shampooer
SI.OO. Lowry Furniture.
(Alo42tc)
FOR SALE: .18 Karat Diamond
Solitare Engagement and wedding
Ring Set. White gold interlocking
bands, SIOO.OO. Contact Gary,Room
354, 372-9167. (A-103-3t-p)

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FOR RENT
ROOMS. AC and CH. 3 blocks from
campus. Senior or graduate men or
sorority or fraternity groups. Phone
378-8122 or 376-6652.
(B10110tp)
UNFURNISHED two bedroom one
bath house at 1720 NW 7th Place.
$95.00 per month. Married couples
only. Cal 376-5168 or 376-9990.
(Blo4stp)
OUTGROWN "Sin City?" FumMted
apt to sublet for JuneAugust. Air
conditioned, patio, NEI% 1017 NW
39th Ave. CaU Ron at 378-3895 any
morning before 10 or evening after 7.
(Blo43tp)
MODERN, 2BR. furnished apt..
Central AC, hot water and sewage
furnished, pool, Bar-B-Q, walk-in
closets, March rent paid, $165.00 per
month. Call Daniel 376-8694.
(Blo42tp)
OLYMPIA Two bedroom apartment
to sublet for 3rd and/or 4th quarters.
Cal 378-5274. (B-104-4t-p)
LARGE ROOM up stairs can
accommodate 3 girls. Has frigidaire
large window fan, telephone, Irving
room and T.V. privileges. Utilities
petd. 54 block from Santa Fa Jr.
College. $35.00. 378-4018.
(B 1052 tp)
APT. suited for couple or two
students located near mall. $75.00
per month, includes electricity and
water. Call 378-1776.
(Blosstp)
SUMMER quarter for rent
Furnished apt., AC, 2 blocks from
campus. $60.00 per month
completely remodeled just this year.
306L, NW 16th St. 376 r 1596.
(81055t p)
CLEAN QUIET, 3 room apt. near
campus. Private entrance and bath,
water free, $65.00 per month. 1813
NW 2nd Ave. or Call 376-2828 or
372-0139. (Blosltc)
3 BLOCKS from campus. One
vacancy in double room for male
student. Air conditioned,
refrigerator. Rent reasonable. 327
NW 15th Terr. 372-8929,
afternoons. (B-1035tp)
AIR CONDITIONED House Trailer
8* x 40* One bedroom, fully
furnished, swimming pod, beautiful
location Rent $60.00 per month. Call
Paul 372-7178. (B-103-3t-p)
SUBLEASE Best location in entire
University Gardens. Comer
Apartment by pool and parking lot.
Contact Gardens office about Apt.
710-102 or \ call 378-8024.
(Blos3tp)
| WANTED |
MALE roommate needed. Summit
House Apts. Air Conditioned, Pod,
Water paid for, $35.00 per month.
Call Ted. Roon 316 Yon Hall,
378-2381. (Clo33tp)
WANTED Female roommate to share
one bedroom AC apt. w/pool and
coin laundry. $60.00 per month. Call
378-8641. (Clo33tp)
FEMALE roommate to share 2
bedroom Williamsburg Village Apt.
Senior or Graduate student preferred.
378-7469. EXCITING 2 bedroom Landmark
Apt. need 2 more female roommates
to share AC, beautifully furnished
apt.. Dishwasher, Pool. Call Susie or
Patti. 378-5809. (C-105-3t-p)

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WANTED Female roommate to share
1 bedroom apt. near campus. $30.00
per month including utilities. Call
376-0602. (Closlt p)
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| WANTED I
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FEMALE roommate wanted for one
bedroom University Gardens
Apartment $60.00 per month. 716
SW 16th Ave. Apt. 106 or call
378-5841. (Clo3stp)
ONE OR TWO Male roommates to
share four man apartment Gator
Town Apts. Call 378-4887 after 5
p.m. (C-1033t-p)
WANTED: One female roommate to
share AC duplex with 2 other girls. 2
bedroom, Kblock from campus.
$28.75 per month. Call 378-5254.
(Clo33tp)
FURNISHED, onebedroom
apartment preferably with cooking
facilities and reasonably close to
campus for two weeks April 520.
Call Lou Tally, 376-9205. Leave
Message. (Clolst-p)
$25.00 per month. Female
Roommate needed to share large
room with private entrance, private
bath; no utilities. Near campus.
378-1739. (Clo33tp)
TWO FEMALE roommates needed
desperately to share two bedroom
apertment with 2 seniors. AC, carpet,
pool. $38.75 a month. Butler
Apartments. 982 SW 16th Ave.
378-3583. (C-104-3t-p)
YOUR OWN BEDROOM in Olympia
Apts. S4O/mo. Spring qtr. only.
Female. Call 378-8434.
(Clo43tp)
ROOMMATE needed. New Four
room apt. Double occupancy.
Contact Ed Boze at 3729427.
(Clo42tp)
FEMALE roommate wanted: two
blocks from campus, $30.00 per
month plus utilities. Phone
378-7327. (C-104-4t-p)
WANTED: one roommate preferably
male. Landmark Apts. 3724522.
(Clo42tp)
NO LEASE. Female roommate for
Private House. Own bedroom. 5 min.
walk to Mad Center. $26.50 per
month. Share Utilities. Call
372-3940. (Clo3stp)
FEMALE roommate wanted to Share
3 bedroom house, NE section.
$33.00 per month. 3763538.
(Clo44tp)
MALE roommate for spring quarter.
SIOO.OO for quarter utilities
included. One block from campus.
202 NW 14th St. 378-5878.
(Clo43t p)
WANTED: Female roommate for
Spring Quarter. Landmark
Apartment; $43.75 per month. Plus
Utilities. 378-7033. (C-104-3t-p)
ATTRACTIVE girl to cook for four
male graduate students one or more
days per week. Compensation: free
meals plus companionship.
372-2182. (Clo43tp)
4th ROOMMATE wanted for
Williamsburg Apt. Call 3785118
and ask for either Rick, Rudy, or
Jim. (Just for 3rd Quarter).
(Closlt p)
FEMALE roommate wanted for
spring quarter. Williamsburg Apts.
Immediate occupancy. Call
378-4459. (C-105-3t-p)
HELP WANTED
DESK CLERK Needed at the Manor
Motel. It is a good job for a student
11 p.m. to 7 a.m. five nights per
week. Contact Mr. Evans 7 a.m. to 4.
p.m.. Manor Motel, 2325 NW 13 St.
(N 441) across from Sears.
(Elo4stc)
HIGHLY QUALIFIED SECRETARY
for builders office. Shorthand, good
typing and other secretarial skills
essential. Permanent job, excellent
pay. Do not apply unless well
qualified. Phone 376-9950 days or
3782000 evenings. (Eloltfc)
MAKE THE SCENE for a profitable
summer. PERFORM as Summer
Library Intern in outstanding Florida
public library. Enjoy BACKSTAGE
view of professional library services.
Good pay, varied experience for
select juniors, seniors. By April 8, get
fact sheets, application blanks, make
interview appointment with State
Library representative. University
Placement Center, Room G22,
Florida Union, Mr. Maurice
Mayberry. (£los-3tc)

HELP WANTED |
HELP WANTED: Female, various
part time openings. Night or Day.
Arrange to your schedule. Apply
either Kings Food Host location.
(Elo43tc)
HELP WANTED: Male, various part
time openings. Night or Day. Arrange
to your schedule. Apply either Kings
Food Host location. (Elo43tc)
ALACHUA GENERAL HOSPITAL
has immediate openings for: Medical
Technologist, Maintenance
Mechanics, Clerk Typists, Ward
Clerks and Registered Nurses.
Permanent employment with good
working conditions, good starting
salaries in all areas. Paid vacations,
holidays and sick leave. State
Retirement Plan and other fringe
benefits. Apply: Personnel Director,
912 SW 4th Avenue.
(ElollOtc)
BUSBOY! Part time; hours 5 p.m. to
approx. 8:30 p.m. six days a week.
Apply Gino's Italian Restaurant. Call
376-1322. 2204 SW 13th St.
Gainesville, Florida. (Elo4tfc)
DELIVERY BOYS Part time and
full time shifts available. Drive our
vehicles. Apply Gino's Italian
Restaurant. 376-1322. 2204 SW
13th St (Elo4tfc)
DELIVERY BOYS wanted any and
all types of hours. Transportation
furnished. Apply in person. Larry's
Pore boy Sandwich Shop, 1029 W.
University Ave. (Elo2tfc)
AUTOS
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FOR SALE: 1960 Renault Dauphine.
Good condition. $200.00 or best
offer. Call 376-1490.
(Glo4stp)
STINGRAY Convertable, 1965,
excellent condition, full power, AC,
AM/FM radio, removable hardtop,
327 engine, 4-speed, 378-5443
nights, see at Arts Shell Station.
(Glo4stp)
'59 OLDSMOBILE ,2-door hardtop.
Radio, heater, new whitewall tires.
Excellent ride. $220 or best offer.
Call Bill at 376-2082.
(Glo3stp)
XKE Jaguar, top running condition.
Needs hood work, $1,400. Archer
Rd. Village Trailer Park Alpha 8.
(GlollOtp)
1965 LTD. Ford's luxury 4door
Hardtop. Dark Green. White Vinyl
Top. Beautiful car. Immaculate
condition. Call 3763968 after 5 or
anytime. $1,595.00. (G-104-6t- p)
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1966 Volkswagon 1600 Station
Wagon, Sunroof, WSW, Blue with
white top. Excellent condition.
Telephone 376-9252, 5-7 p.m.
(Glo33tp)
'64 DODGE Dart, Standard
Transmission. Excellent condition,
gas mileage and tires. $650.00. Will
bargain. Call Bob, 378-5174,
mornings, 5 p.m. 6:30 p.m.
(Glo4stp)
1964 SUNBEAM Alpine Convertable,
excellent condition, radio, heater,
premium tires, new top. Tonneau
cover, must sell. Best Offer,
378-5443 NIGHTS. (G-104-s t-D)
DEPENDABLE transportation. 1955
Ford VB automatic. Sharp on the
outside needs seat covers. Excellent
tires. Asking $250.00. Call Jack
378-4135. (Glos4tp)
STINGRAY Convertable, 1965,
excellent condition, full power, AC,
AM/FM radio, removable hardtop,
327 engine, 4-speed, 378-5443
anytime. See at Arts Shell Station.
(Glo4stp)
1964 SUNBEAM Alpine Convertable,
excellent condition, radio, heater,
premium tires, new top. Tonneau
cover, must sell. Best Offer.
3785443 anytime. (Glo4stp)

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| AUTOS
MUST SELL: '6l MGA. Good
running condition. $550.00.
378-4222. (G-103-3t-p)
PERSONAL
TIRED OF RAT RACE!!! Two good
looking, groovy males looking for
two very attractive, hip females.
Objective: PINNING? Apply
3764322 Gary and Jeff.
(J-1034tp)

"ATRAGON"

I PERSONAL
STUDENTS and faculty: Interested
in stopping LBJ? Call University
concerned Democrats,
(Jlo43tp)
FREE puppy, complete with
accessories Very lovable. Ideel for
children or as a companion. Given to
a good home. 3768420.
(J 104 3t p)
DON'T be a STRANGER. Come to D
Phi E's open house, Friday, March
29, from Bl 2. Live entertainment
by the "Two-Thirds" Bring a friend
or two. Love, the Deephers.
(Jlo42tp)



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i, The Florida Alligator, Friday, March 29, 1968

Orange lad

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

ORANGE & BLUE DEAD DEADLINES:
LINES: DEADLINES: All notices for the Orange
and Blue Bulletin must be re received
ceived received by 9 a.m. of the day
prior to publication. Deadlines
are Friday for Monday publi publication,
cation, publication, Tuesday for Wednesday
publication and Thursday for Fri Friday
day Friday publication. Notices should be
typed and signed by the person
submitting the notice and sent
to the Division of Information
Services, Building H, Campus.
Items for the Campus Calendar
should be sent to the Public
Functions Office, Reitz Union.
CAMPUS CALENDAR
Friday, March 29
Engineering Science Seminar:
Dr. A. Hertzberg, Application
of Lasers to Produce Explo Explosions
sions Explosions and Implosions," Bless
Aud., 4:00 p.m.
1.E.E.E.: faculty student Ban Banquet,
quet, Banquet, Holiday Inn, 6:30 p.m.
Teacher and Student of the Year
Awards to be given.
Union Movie: Our Man Flint,"
Union Aud., 7:00 & 9:15 .p.m.
Hillel Foundation Lecture:
Reverend Roy Mercer, at the
Center, 7:30 p.m.
Fla. Folk Dancers: dancing, 214
Fla. Gym, 8:00 p.m.

CLASSIFIEDS

PERSONAL |
NEW LEFT, Old Liberal, or just Up
Tight with the Draft: Beat the
Quarter System and get involved. Call
the Freedom phone: 3783711.
(J-1055tp)
LONERTYPE Law Senior desires
bouncy attractive female who loves
skiing, motorcycles, and the outdoors
as well as dancing and parties must be
mature and intelligent and able to
drive ski-boat. 376-4082. (See my
Engagement Ring ad) (Jlos2t-p)
JOIN THE FABULOUS 48 in '6B.
(Jlo42tp)
TYPING, IBM typewriter. Straight
copy and equations. 3768937
(Jlos2tp)
BUCK THE SYSTEM. Wear an Ankh
to Logic Class. OEMIAN'S at the
SCENE by Carolyn Plaza.
(Jloslte)
COME ONE, COME All, TO THE
FLEA MARKET BAZAAR" see the
large selection of many interesting
items on display, gifts, artwork.
Jewelry and many items for homes,
offices, and gifts. If you have
anything interesting to sell, display it
at the Flea Market Bazaar. Stalls
available for $4.00 and $3.00. March
31 at 1 p.m. 6 p.m. Center gallery
South of highway 441 and Williston
cut off. Reserve your stalls today.
495-2314 or 376- 1 236.
(Jlo33tc)

Mone y in Savings by the 10th... _m
ssK\ V^K^NNow Earns Interest from the 1 stShBIIWBIMfifISB
r <> < %AW?\ 5 1/4 % per year dividend credited semi-annually fIT
a* tV & Minimum dividend earning account only $5.00!!! '- J '-~ 1
\S Serving full tim e employees of the Uof F r
members of their families since 1935. n>r
FLORIDA CAMPUS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
0 sth Avenue at the corner of 12th Street. o Hours 8:00 a.m. 3: 30 pm Monday through Friday

Engineers Fair: Space Age Ball,
Union Ballroom, 8:00 p.m.
Mensa: party, 909 SW 6th Avenue,
8:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 30
Newman Club: project, Catholic
Student Center, 9:00 a.m.
Gamma Delta: discussion coffee,
First Lutheran Church, 9:30
a.m.
Womens Tennis: Fla. vs. Univ.
of South Fla., Broward Tennis
Courts, 10 a.m.
Womens Golf: Fla. vs. Rollins,
U of F Golf Club, 10 a.m.
Afro American Student Assn.:
Adam Cla/ton Powell, Univ.
Aud., 7:00 p.m.
Union Movie: Beau Geste,"
Union Aud., 7 & 9:15 p.m.
Sunday, March 31
Newman Club: meeting, Catholic
Student Center, noon
Program Office: duplicate
bridge, Union 150 C, 1 p.m.
Univ. Gallery: reception and
opening honoring Prof. P. R.
Mclntosh, Univ. Gallery, 4:00
p.m.
Fla. Cinema Society: Atragon,"
Union Aud., 7 & 9:15 p.m.

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LOST & FOUND |
LOST MARCH 9th in Mat-8 Yellow
London Fog. R.J.D. Monogram.
Reward. $5.00. No questions asked.
376-2044. (Llo33tp)
SERVICES
CUSTOM draperies and upholstering.
Fabric samples and free estimates in
your home. Tiffany Interiors,
telephone 4812587.
(Mlos-3tp)
REGISTERED NURSES WANTED:
Five days on duty, two days off; no
rotating or split shifts, annual leave,
state retirement, etc. Please contact
the Director of Nurses or Personnel
office, Sunland Training Center,
Gainesville, Florida. (M-1055tp)
ALTERNATORS-GENERATORS ALTERNATORS-GENERATORSSTARTERS
STARTERS ALTERNATORS-GENERATORSSTARTERS Electrical systems
tested repairs. Auto Electric Service
- 603 SE Second Street. 378-7330.
(Mlol=rtfc)
I LOVE CHILDREN and want to see
them have the love and attention
they need. Have helper and cook
good hot meals with milk, snacks and
juice. Fenced yard downtown area,
lots of toys. 378-4108.
(Mlol-stp)
INCOME TAX RETURNS . $4.00
- up. SPECIAL rater for Univ.
Students, Faculty and employees. At
REbel Discount, 1227 W. Univ. Ave.
3767430, 3786127, across from
Wolfies. (Mlollstp)

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Monday, April 1
Florida Players: meeting, Con Constans
stans Constans Theatre, 6 p.m.
UNION BOX OFFICE
Tickets are now on sale for the
Beach Boys. Tickets are $2.50/
person
Tickets go on sale Tuesday, April
2 for Florida Players Production
of Luther Students 25?, chil children
dren children and High School 75?, faculty
staff and General Admission,
$1.50.
ADMINISTRATIVE
NOTICES
STATE NURSING AND STATE
TEACHER SCHOLARSHIP LOAN
HOLDERS: Scholarship funds are
now available, Scholarship Sec Section,
tion, Section, Student Service Center, for
the winter quarter 1967-68.
GENERAL NOTICES
GATOR GRAS needs talent for
its Minstrel show. Anyone in interested
terested interested contact Linda at 376-
9163.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR
ENGLISH IN ACTION to meet
each week with a person from
other lands for English conver conversation
sation conversation practice one or two hours
on Mondays and Wednesdays from
4-8 p.m. at the Baptist Student
Center, 1604 W. University Ave.
FELLOWSHIP SUPPER will be
held at the Baptist Student Center
Thursday, at 5:30 p.m. Anyone
interested may sign up by noon
Thursday at the Baptist Student
Center.
DANCING LESSONS will be
neld on Mondays, April 1- June
3, from 7-9 p.m. in Rooms 245
and 246, J. Wayne Reitz Union.
Mrs. Frances Kessler will be in instructor.
structor. instructor. To register, contact
Room 310, Program Office, Reitz
Union. Telephone 376-3261, Ext.
2741.
THE UNIVERSITY OF
FLORIDA LACROSSE CLUB will
hold its first meeting of the spring
quarter on Saturday, March 30,
at 1 p.m., on the soccer field.
All interested persons are in invited
vited invited to attend. There will be a
short practice session following
the meeting.

NEW FOREIGN STUDENTS are
invited to a welcome dinner at
6:30 p.m., Monday, April 1 at
First Methodist Church Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship Hall, 419 NE First Street.
Bring wives. Hosts will be the
Gainesville Council far Inter International
national International Friendship and the wives
(and husbands) of the Inter International
national International Womens Club. Further
information may be obtained from
Glenn A. Farris, Foreign Student
Adviser.
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Students must be registered
with the Placement Service to
interview. Sign-up sheets are
posted two weeks in advance of
the interview date at the J.
WAYNE REITZ UNION, ROOM
22. All companies will be re recruiting
cruiting recruiting for June and August
graduates unless indicated other otherwise.
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Engineering Fair Begins April 7

By ALLEN PIERLEONI
Alligator Feature Writer
The 23rd Annual Engineers
Fair begins Friday, April 7,
and continues through Sunday,
April 9, and will offer the public
a chance to view some of the
strangest exhibits ever seen on
the UF campus.
The fair will present 20 in industrial
dustrial industrial exhibits, six special ex exhibits
hibits exhibits sponsored by governmental

Jamaica Signs Contract
With Agriculture Institute

With the help of a $25 million
World Bank loan, Jamaica has
signed a $203,000 contract with
the UFs Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences for assis assistance
tance assistance in developing a curriculum
at the Jamaica School of Ag Agriculture
riculture Agriculture ip Kingston.
According to Dr. Hugh Pope Popenoe,
noe, Popenoe, director of International
Programs, assistance is being
structured on a departmental ba basis
sis basis whereby each of ten depart departments
ments departments in IFAS has accepted the
responsibility for helping the
corresponding department in Ja Jamaica.
maica. Jamaica.
The department chairmen in involved
volved involved visited Jamaica earlier
this year for preliminary plan planning
ning planning sessions, and a team of
administrators from the Jamai-
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FEATURES VARIOUS EXHIBITS

agencies and several student pro projects.
jects. projects.
Some of the special exhibits
include a NASA Mercury Space
Capsule and a replica of the
NASA Lunar Orbiter which took
photos of the moon. The Army
Corps of Engineers will set up a
functioning model of the Cross-
Florida Barge Canal, which will
be about 22 feet long.
The Air Force is presenting an
M-61 automatic cannon, similar
to a Gatling Gun. The cannon puts

can school visited the UF this
week to finalize plans under the
contract.
The new Jamaican contract
is the second between the UF and
that country. Another contract
for $138,000 is under the aegis
of the Agency for International
Development for technical as assistance
sistance assistance to the Jamaican govern government
ment government to increase food, vegetable,
and milk production in that coun country.
try. country.

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Where yawning yesterdays fade out on timeless tomorrows.
Where sounds reflect from plastic people.
And reverberate in exploding whispers, electrifying echoes.
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out 2,000 rounds of 21mm shells
a minute and there will be a tape
recording of the cannon firing
at the fair. The M-61 is now
being used in Vietnam and the
Air Force plans to mount six of
them on a cargo plane being used
in Vietnam, giving the plane a fire
power of 12,000 shells a minute.
Corporations will get into the
swing of things and will enrich
this campus with the latest in
electronic equipment, com computers,
puters, computers, laser beams, spaceflight
films and slides, a typewriter
which automatically corrects
spelling errors, rocket engines
and exhibits on satellite com communications.
munications. communications.
Student exhibits include a
three-dimensional tic-tac-toe
game which will give UF Stu Student
dent Student Professional Tic-Tac-Toe
Champions a chance to match
their wits with a computer. The
computer will take on 10 stu students
dents students at a time.
For the sporting students there
will be computerized dog races in

Friday, March 29, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

which the better places play,
money on his favorite runner.
The fair will open at 5 p.m.
Friday, April 7, until 10p.m. and
will reopen Saturday at 9 a.m.
and engineer until 8 that night.
Sunday hours will be from noon
until 6 p.m.
Also there will be the En Engineers
gineers Engineers Ball tonight which will
feature the crowning of the 196$
Fair Queen. There are four con contestants
testants contestants for the honor, and the
lucky winner will receive a free
trip to the Bahama Islands and
a SSO wardrobe from Maas

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Brothers. She will be crowned by
Shorty' Powers and last years
queen, Miss Janice Biewend. The
ball will have a band, and re refreshments.
freshments. refreshments.
Tickets for the affair may be
bought at the Reitz Union Ticket
Office for $1 each.
Publicity Chairman Eddie Tay Taylor
lor Taylor said that there will be an
estimated 40,000 people at the
fair this year.
As far as exhibits go we will
have the best display ever and
the largest attendance, he said.

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IFC Speakers Bureau
To Promote Fraternities

By BILL RILEY
Alligator Correspondent
Revival of the IFC Speakers
Bureau is expected to publicize
rush starting this quarter, ac according
cording according to Bill Sparkman, admin administrative
istrative administrative vice president of the
project.
Fraternity rush at the UF has
reached a low point of six years.
Two hundred and fifty fewer men
pledged fraternities this year
than last year, Sparkman ex explained.
plained. explained.
Were going to be sending
speakers to high schools and
junior colleges to promote
interest in both the UF and the
fraternity system to help pick up
the lag that has developed. Slides
and prepared speeches will be
presented, and Im sure that

Commission Appointed
To Review ROTC

A student commission of 10 student leaders has been appointed
by Student Government President Clyde Taylor to study both sides of
the voluntary ROTC question and present a report to the Board of

Regents by April 30.
A partial list of students who
have been asked to serve are
Chairman Lee Terry, Marc H.
Glick, William Zewadski, She rod
Tuell, Nancy Pierson, Steve Hull,
Mike Moore, and Fred Breeze.
To validly reflect student
opinion, the committee will in interview
terview interview students, write to other
universities, and then present
the results with their own
opinions in a report to be mailed
to each of the nine members of
the Board of Regents who will
consider the compulsory ROTC
question when they meet in June.
One of the greatest problems
we face as students is the lack
of consideration by the Board of
Regents of the students point
of view, Taylor stated.
I am against compulsory
ROTC, and I believe there are
very few students who do not
feel a voluntary program would
accommodate all concerned.
In 1966 students and faculty
voted overwhelmingly to abolish
compulsory ROTC.
Their voices, however, were
not heeded; male students are
presently required to take two
years of military science courses
unless exempted because of
health or previous military ser service.
vice. service.
In a letter to all commission
members, Taylor suggested that
the Regents would be more re receptive
ceptive receptive to the commissions ap approach
proach approach than they would to de demonstrations.
monstrations. demonstrations.
We must never allow those
who believe in activist methods
to be pawned off as represen representative
tative representative of the entire student body
of this university. Therefore,
we must deal with the Regents
In a practical manner suited to
their present circumstances.
(mends. Romans.

many misconceptions about col college
lege college fraternities will be Cleared
up, he said.
The original IFC Speakers
Bureau was started in 1966, but
died for lack of funds. Spark Sparkman
man Sparkman said that the project has now
been granted an independent bud budget
get budget of $750 to pay the expenses
of the speakers who will re represent
present represent all the UFs 27 frat fraternities.
ernities. fraternities.
The attractiveness of off offcampus
campus offcampus living, the cautioning of
men during orientation to hold off
pledging fraternities the first
year, and the pressures of the
quarter system all are against the
fraternity system now, Spark Sparkman
man Sparkman said.
One thing that may help in
the future is the new housing
policy which will take effect next

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September. Only upper division
students or those over 21 years
of age will be permitted to live
in off-campus housing while there
is still room in the dormitories.
This should put fraternities and
fraternity houses back in the
glamour area they held in the
past, he said.
Fraternity and sorority houses
are considered to be on-campus
housing regardless of being lo located
cated located on or off campus because
they must follow the same rules
and restrictions as the dormi dormitories.
tories. dormitories. Before the advent of the
huge apartment complexes, frat fraternity
ernity fraternity living facilities were a big
selling point to prospective mem members.
bers. members. During the past few years,
however, there has been an exo exodus
dus exodus from fraternity living into
apartments.
Were also trying to influence
junior college transfers in the
fraternity system, Sparkman
said. Since the University has
allowed men with an Associate
of Arts degree and a 2.3 grade
point average from junior col colleges
leges colleges to be eligible for initiation,
interest has increased; but not as
much as we would like.

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Professional pacifist Arlo
Tatum told 40 prospective draft
counsellors how to legally"
avoid military induction Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at his temporary head headquarters
quarters headquarters at the Religious Society
of Quakers meeting house, 1921
NW 21st St.
There are a greater number
of conscientious objectors now
than at any other time in our
history," Tatum, a-former opera
singer, commented. One out of
every 200 men drafted is a con conscientious
scientious conscientious objector."
Tatum, whose career in paci pacificism
ficism pacificism began at 18 when he was
jailed for refusal to register for
the draft, is now executive sec secretary
retary secretary of the Central Committee
for Conscientious Objectors.
The selective service pro procedure
cedure procedure is contaminated by illegal
classifications," Tatum said.
Most people aren't aware of the
steps they can take to avoid the
draft."
He pointed out that local draft
board members must reside in
the same county of the board,
although in some instances they
don't.
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decision is illegal," he said.
Also, the local board must meet
although in most instances the
clerk, who is not a member of
the board, merely assigns the
classifications at her- fancy."
Tatum commented that the best
opportunity for obtaining the
classification one is seeking lies
in requesting a personal ap appearance
pearance appearance before the board.
The selective service doesn't
like this because it's too time
consuming," he said, You must
appeal within 30 days, however,
or it's void."
Tatum, who started his
. southern tour March 2, observed
draft registrants in Florida
rank at the bottom of the chart
concerning knowledge of their
rights under the selective service
law."

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Taylor Rebukes Editorial
Opposing Powell Speech

By LINDA DANIELS
Alligator Staff Writer
Student Body President Clyde
Taylor answered a Thursday edi editorial
torial editorial in the Tampa Tribune
claiming that officials of UF
and Florida A and M University
should not permit the appearance
of Adam Clayton Powell on the
campuses this weekend by charg charging
ing charging that the Tribune is out outof-touch
of-touch outof-touch with the times" Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon.
Powell is scheduled to speak
at UF Saturday night and at
Florida A and M Sunday.
The Tribune said, Powell's
immoral conduct, as a citizen and
as a Congressman, in our judg judgment
ment judgment disqualifies him as a
speaker at any university. We
regret that those in charge of the
Florida universities did not tell
the Powell sponsors to hire a
hall somewhere else."
According to the Tribune,
Powell's point of view is es espousal
pousal espousal of the Black Power doc doctrine.
trine. doctrine. He was kicked out of his
Congressional seat for dis dishonesty
honesty dishonesty in handling Federal
funds. He is under investigation
by a Federal Grand Jury and
faces court contempt charges in
New York.
This is the man who can in induce
duce induce intellectual discussion
among college students? We think
not."
Regarding the Tribune editor editorial
ial editorial Taylor said, I think this
editorial is ridiculous, and I
point to the particular statement
concerning intellectual dis discussion.
cussion. discussion.
Who is the Tribune to ques question
tion question or make opinionated state statements
ments statements about whether any in individual
dividual individual can induce intellectual
discussion among students? Hie
Tampa Tribune is so out of touch
with the times. It's unbeliev unbelievable."
able." unbelievable."
Taylor said that from his per personal
sonal personal discussions with students
in the last two weeks, he has
found a great deal of concern

Friday, March 29, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

and interest with the potential
problems of Powells visit, and
he has found they want to hear
his theory first-hand so they can
react to combating it.
I did not hear the Tampa
Tribune make any issue at all
when Robert Shelton of the Klan
spoke on this campus, and its
a proven fact that his organi organization
zation organization is responsible for far
greater wrong than those whom
Mr. Powell represents," Taylor
said.
Taylor speculated that in both
cases, students go away feeling
they have heard a real racist,
and there will be more intellect intellectual
ual intellectual discussion over Powells visit
than over Sheltons.
The Tribune stated, While its
true that University officials did
not invite Powell, he is being
permitted to appear on the cam campuses
puses campuses at both Gainesville and
Tallahassee. So the impression
goes out that the universities
regard him as an appropriate
speaker."
The Tribune quoted UF Presi President
dent President Stephen C. O'Connell as

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saying, It is the obligation of
this university to provide and
encourage freedom of inquiry to
hear and examine and to test
intellectually varying points of
view on matters of the period."
Taylor said, Certainly the
university is not In agreement
with Powells philosophy, and I
think very few people at this
university are in agreement with
the Tribune stand at this time."
In support of its stand the
Tribune said, It was only two
months ago that a student group
at the University withdrew an
earlier invitation for Powell to
speak, on the gounds he had
demonstrated his unsuitability
for participation at a student
symposium.
Concerning the matter, Accent
Chairman Frank Gramling said,
I feel that our original state statement
ment statement is explanatory of why we
withdrew our invitation to Powell
Jo speak at an academic sym symposium.
posium. symposium. Gramling refused to
make any further statement con concerning
cerning concerning either Powells visit or
the Tribune editorial.

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New WSA Constitution
Would Change Judiciary

By KATHIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
A new constitution for the Wo Women
men Women Students Association (WSA)
was presented to the WSA Coun Council
cil Council Tuesday night, with part of
the constitutional draft adopted,
part tabled, and the remainder
yet to be brought up for discus discussion.
sion. discussion.
Tabled were two alterna alternative
tive alternative proposals dealing with Wo Womens
mens Womens Judiciary, the body re responsible
sponsible responsible for interpreting the
constitution and regulations of
WSA and for serving as a high higher
er higher court for handling infractions
of regulations.
One proposal, submitted by
several members of the consti constitutional
tutional constitutional revision committee, pro provided
vided provided for appeals of constitutional
decisions made by Judiciary to
go to the Board of Masters of
the Honor Court.
The other proposal, supported
by the present members of Ju Judiciary

Engineering Ball Queen
To Be Crowned Tonight

UFs Engineers Fair Queen
will be crowned tonight at the 23rd
annual Engineers Ball in the
Reitz Union ballroom.
Prizes for the queen are atrip
to the Bahama Islands and a
SSO wardrobe from Maas
Brothers. The queen will be
crowned at 8 p.m. by John
Powers.
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cil, Council, would send appeals of that
body decisions to the office of
the Dean of Women.
Supporters of the first proposal
felt that the Board of Masters,
composed of the Chancellor and
Vice Chancellor of the Honor
Court and three appointed law
students, was willing to handle
disputes and was qualified to do
so under the student body consti constitution.
tution. constitution.
Supporters of the proposal to
send appeals and disputes to the
Dean of Women argued that
appeals should go to a group with
knowledge of the working of the
system rather than to some group
whose knowledge is limited to the
limited cases that would come up
before it for appeal.
The section of the constitution
that was approved Tuesday
provided for organizational
structure, committees, and a
name change.
If the constitution is adopted,

the U.S. Mercury space shots,
spoke Thursday on Mans Con Conquest
quest Conquest of Space in the union
Auditorium.
Finalists for the title of En Engineers
gineers Engineers Fair Queen are Patty
Bohannon, Linda Edwards, Pat
Colbert, and Happy Arkin.
Dress for the ball is semi semiformal.
formal. semiformal. Tickets may be pur purchased
chased purchased at the union box office
for SI.OO.

WSAs name will be changed to
the Association of Women Stu Students
dents Students (AWS), in order to con conform
form conform with the name as the na national
tional national Association of Women Stu Students.
dents. Students.
Also passed were by-laws set setting
ting setting down qualifications and du duties
ties duties of officers.
The first part of the constitu constituwas
was constituwas accepted as presented by the
constitutional revision com committee,
mittee, committee, most without opposition.
One section received much
discussion, although no substitute
proposals were accepted. The
secretary of womens affairs, ap appointed
pointed appointed by the president of the
student body, was named as a
non-voting and ex-officio mem member
ber member of the Executive Board
responsible for coordinating and
administering the program of
AWS.
Several motions were made on
the floor to drop the secretary
of womens affairs from the
Executive Council, some motions
adding the provisions that she
might be extended an invitation to
sit on the council as an advisor.
All were voted down.
Supporters of the moves to drop
the secretary of womens affairs
from the Executive Council ex expressed
pressed expressed concern over the fact
that the secretary is appointed
and not elected and felt that
the position might at times be
political.
The remaining part of the
constitution, which was not
brought up for discussion, due to
lack of time, will be brought up
at the next meeting.

Friday, March 29, 1968, Tlie Florida Alligator,

Firing Raises Stink At JC

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Editor
Charlie LaPradd, a Gator foot football
ball football All-America years ago, is
on the grid again.
LaPradd played tackle and led
UF to a 1952 Gator Bowl cham championship.
pionship. championship. Now President of St.
John River Junior College in
Palatka, LaPradd was accused
Thursday by one of his instruc instructors
tors instructors of placing teaching second
and students last."
LaPradd handed Steve Gluck Gluckman,
man, Gluckman, a teacher in anthropology,
his walking papers Tuesday and
gave three reasons for his dis dismissal.
missal. dismissal.
LaPradd said I am a good
teacher, one of the junior col college's
lege's college's best, said Gluckman.
But he says I must leave because
I don't get involved with the com community."
munity." community."
This seems very insufficient
grounds for removal," said
Gluckman.
But LaPradd felt it was not
insufficient." Gluckman felt
otherwise.
He should be more concerned
on what I do in the classroom
than out of it, said Gluckman.

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He shouldn't concern himself
on what I do with the community.
Lets face It. Some teachers
would rather not associate with
this rural community. And they
shouldn't have to.
I say a teacher should try
to contact the community as much
as possible, ended Gluckman.
But he shouldnt have to If he
doesnt want to.
WAPE, a Jacksonville radio
station, aired some comments
Thursday morning attributed to
Gluckman. The comments crit criticized
icized criticized heavily LaPradd and his
administration.
The broadcast raised the Ire
of the junior college student body.
The students felt that this
situation deserves looking Into,
said Gluckman, so there will
be a meeting tonight with the
junior college advisory board to
see what's what.
LaPradd, who led Florida to
Its first bowl game, felt his rea reasons
sons reasons for Gluckmans dismissal
were sufficient.
Its just a question of philos philosophy,
ophy, philosophy, said LaPradd,. Gluck Gluckman
man Gluckman has a different one than I
do.

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>, The Florida Alligator, Friday, March 29, 1968

Taylor Issues Support
Os Free Speech Rights

The right to speak on a uni university
versity university campus goes hand in hand
with the right to hear what a
speaker has to say, Student Body
President Clyde Taylor said in
a statement issued Tuesday.
With the right of one student
or group to speak or sponsor a
speaker comes the right of that
same group and others to hear
what is to be said/ Taylor
said. No individual has the
right to prevent his fellow stu students
dents students from hearing what they
have the right to hear.
Taylor issued his statement
in response to debates center centering
ing centering around invitations to contro controversial
versial controversial speakers and the right
of free speech on campus.
I will support the right to
academic inquiry so long as the
nature of the inquiry, be it
a speech or film or forum, does
not violate any of our federal,
state, and local laws, Taylor
said.

Turlington Cites Future Planning
To Conserve Florida Resources

The conditions of Floridas
natural resourses are bad but
the future might be worse,
Speaker of the House Ralph Tur Turlington
lington Turlington told a Florida Conserva Conservation
tion Conservation Week audience Thursday
afternoon at McCarty Auditor Auditorium.
ium. Auditorium.
Turlington said planning for
the future was needed but con concrete
crete concrete action was needed now.
He cited the 80 per cent of pol polluted
luted polluted oyster beds and last suru surumor's
mor's surumor's Everglade drought as ma major
jor major problems of Florida conser conservation.
vation. conservation. He added that most of
the natural resourses have been
badly damaged but are not out
of control yet.
With Florida a leading state
in growth and population expected
to double by 1985, Turlington said
the present results of conserva conservation
tion conservation arent going far enough. The
need is for planning and develop development.
ment. development.
Turlington said the Conser Conservation
vation Conservation Department is not the only
agency fighting for water control
and waste pollution. Other agen agencies
cies agencies include the State Road De Department,
partment, Department, State Forestry Service
and the State Park Service.
BU Prof
To Speak
At Norman
Dr. Robert Chin, Boston Uni University
versity University professor of psychology,
will deliver a guest lecture at
8:30 p.m. Thursday in the Col College
lege College of Education on Mating
Change Programs With Idea
Models in Education.
Chin has had a distinguished
career both in academic and
government service. During
World War n he served with
the Office of Strategic Services
in Washington and in Kunming,
China and with the Foreign
Broadcast Intelligence Service of
the Federal Communications
Commission.
A member of the Boston Uni University
versity University faculty since 1947, Chin
has served as research professor
and director of research of the
universitys Human Relations
Center and as General Editor of
the Journal of Social Issues.
He received his undergraduate
and graduate degrees at Columbia
University.

1 CLYDE TAYLOR
. . free speech
Taylor said that although he felt
that no student had the right to
prevent other students from
hearing controversial speakers,
he was not saying that one

During the 1967 legislature,
Turlington said the legislature
passed a dozen bills concerning
conservation. The most impor important
tant important are the Documentary Tax on
Real Estate Transaction, the
Florida Air and Water Commis Commission
sion Commission and the Outdoor Planning
Committee.
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may not protest against a speak speaker
er speaker or that which that speaker
represents.
He went on to say that any
student trying to prevent a speak speaker
er speaker from being heard would be
violating the rights of his fellow
students by disrupting the aca academic
demic academic atmosphere and programs
of the UF and should be aware
of the consequences of his action.
I must point out, Taylor
said, that while I do not agree
with what Adam Clayton Powell
advocates, I feel he has the
right to be heard. I urge all
students to examine their respon responsibilities
sibilities responsibilities on this point.
If we are to truly have great greater
er greater inquiry and academic free freedom
dom freedom at the UF, it can only come
about as the result of a mature
and interested student body,* he
concluded. Our actions this
week will tell if we are ready
to accept the rights and obliga obligations
tions obligations that come with academic
freedom.

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of parks and hunting and fishing
preserves.
Hie Florida Air and Water
Commission, Turlington said has
the authority to investigate any
public polluters and inflict heavy
fines to stop them. Turlington re regarded
garded regarded this act as helping Flori Florida
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Persons who are sum moned for
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show up, can get nine penalty
hours and notations on their
records in the offices of the
deans of men and women and
the registrar.
According to a statement re released
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Rules 13 (d) and (1) to hold
jurors who fail to appear in con contempt
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Statistics Show Students
Accepting Quarter System

By LONNIE BROWN
Alligator Correspondent
Despite complaints of in increased
creased increased pressure under the quar quarter
ter quarter system, a survey taken by the
Alligator shows the student body
is doing just as well now as it
did under the trimester system.
The number of suspensions and
petitions for the fall trimester
of 1966 and the fall quarter of
i 967 were almost identical, as
was the grade point average.
For the fall quarter, the stu student
dent student body pulled a 2.50, up
slightly from the 2.46 in the fall
trimester in 1966.
The number of students placed
on suspension at the end of the
two sections of the school year
was exactly the same 428.
And the petitions office re received
ceived received nearly the same amount of
pleas for re-admission about
i6O each time.
Registrar Richard Whitehead
said the average grades do not
signify much due to the large
number of students, but one thing
to consider is the caliber of
students entering the university.
Out of the class entering
in September of 1967, almost
nine out of ten came from the top
fifth of their high school class.
Over the years, the students have
been getting better and can han handle
dle handle the increased work load.
Fraternities have carried on
outside activities as usual and
maintained their grades. Harvey
Shannon, advisor to fraternities,
said, The quarter system has
not hurt fraternities that much.
The brothers and pledges still
kept about the same average."
Betty Cosby, dean of women,
said the coeds complained of the
additional pressure, especially
during homecoming and rush.
Just as many girls have come
in for counseling last quarter
a.s did the first, an indication to
her that the pressure has not
abated as predicted.
Whatever the reports and re research
search research that the Academic Affairs
office has planned shows, the
quarter system is here to stay.
Roy Lassiter, Assistant Dean of
Academic Affairs,said, By Flo Florida
rida Florida statute, the university can
operate only under the trimester
or quarter system."
Lassiter thinks a possible so solution
lution solution to lessen the pressure is

to reduce the content of the
courses and not try to cram so
much into a quarter. Adjusting
the credit hours to make all 5

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hour classes is not the complete
answer, and only a few colleges
plan any changes for next fall,
he said.

Friday, March 29, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

Unlocked Doors
Cause Thefts,
Police Say

By STEVE HULSEY
Alligator Staff Writer
Faculty and staff members
leaving UF buildings unlocked
at night are responsible for much
UF equipment being stolen, ac according
cording according to campus police.
Gene Watson, chief investi investigator
gator investigator for the university police
department, said typewriters,
tape recorders, and even air
conditioners, are stolen from
offices after UF working hours.
Police records show 139 cases
of larceny reported to university
police during 1967.
We don't get all the reports/'
said Watson, because many
times the equipment is not missed
until the annual inventory. Of Officials
ficials Officials don't know if it has been
stolen or is lost."
ft
Watson said campus police of officers
ficers officers lock the buildings at night,
usually between 11 and 12 p.m.
He said faculty and staff mem members,
bers, members, including graduate stu students,
dents, students, have keys to many of the
offices and frequently enter the
offices at night or remain in them
to work.
These people are supposed to
lock the doors when they leave,"

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said Watson. Some of them have
an interest in the security of
their offices, and some dont."
Watson said one police officer
observed a professor leaving a
building after hours without lock locking
ing locking it. When the officer questioned
the professor, he replied he had
more important things to do than
lock doors. That was the police policemens
mens policemens job.
Watson said a report is made
each morning to the director of
each building in which a door is
found unlocked the previous night.
Records show P. K. Yongewas
the greatest offender of unlocked
doors in 1967, with 293 inci incidents
dents incidents reported. Norman Hall was
second with 90 reports, and
Frazier Rogers Hall had the
fewest reports, with only five for
the year.
Watson said the thefts repre represent
sent represent a great loss to the state
and to the taxpayers. He said
graduate students, especially,
should take a greater interest in
the security of their buildings.
More cooperation from
faculty and staff would cut down
on the thefts," he said.

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l, The Florida Alligator, Friday, March 29, 1968

Page 18

WHATS
HAPPENING

IN HARLEMS OTHER
GLOBETROTTER: From Bimini,
to New York and now Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, so goes Adam Clayton
Powell. He will be explaining
his unique philosophies in the
University Auditorium at 7 p.m.
Saturday night for those who
might be interested.
IN IF YOU THINK EN ENGINEERS
GINEERS ENGINEERS NEVER DO ANY ANYTHING
THING ANYTHING BUT STUDY . .: Think
again. What might as well be
called Engineers Week-end
begins with an American Society
of Mechanical Engineers break breakfast
fast breakfast at 7 a.m. in room 150
of the Reitz Union today, an En Engineers
gineers Engineers Fair Committee Judges
meeting at 11 a.m. in room 123
of the union, and the Engineers
Fair Space Age Ball at 8 p.m.
tonight in the union ballroom.
Also on Friday is the Institute
of Electrical and Electronic En Engineers
gineers Engineers faculty-student banquet
at the Gainesville Holiday Inn
at 6:30 tonight.
IN ANOTHER SIDE OF THE
ENGINEERING COIN: Turning to
a slightly different subject than
banquets and Space Age Balls,
UF engineers will be able to
hear Dr. A. Hertzberg, professor
of Aeronautics and Astronautics
at the U. of Washington, speak
on Application of Lasers to
Produce Explosions and Implo Implosions
sions Implosions at an Engineering Seminar
in Bless Auditorium at 4 p.m.
today.
IN FLINTS, BEAUX, AND
WHATEVER: In the movie de department,
partment, department, Our Man Flint, a
lighter-fluid fable, plays tonight
at 7 and 9:15; Beau Geste,
the sand-dune story of a person
who deserts his family and gets
desert-ed himself and Atra Atragon,
gon, Atragon, the saga of a . well,
uh . its a . you know.
Atragon also plays at 7 and 9:15
p.m. on Sunday. Eleven showings
are in the auditorium.
IN GREAT WAYS TO BEAT
THE PARKING PROBLEM: Have
a dance. Rawlings Hall does that
Saturday night from 9 p.m., till
1 a.m. in the parking lot behind
Rawlings Hall.
The Patents Pending is the
band. The PPs feature a girl
lead singer.
Ski Club
There will be a general meet meeting
ing meeting of the Water-Ski club Mon.,
April 1, at 7:30 P.M. in room
346 of the Reitz Union.
The purpose of the meeting is to
elect officers and plan the water waterski
ski waterski show for this quarter. There
will be an intercollegiate tourna tournament
ment tournament on April 27th.

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IN ATHLETES YOU WONT
FIND IN YON HALL (AT LEAST,
NOT OFTEN): The Women's Golf
team hopes to club Rollins Col College
lege College in a golf match at 10 a.m.
Saturday at the UF Golf Club,
while the Womens tennis team
hopes to prove to be more than
a match for the U. of S. Florida
competitors. The tennis meet
will take place on the Broward
Tennis Courts at 10 a.m. on
Saturday also.
IN UFS SMOCKED SCHOL SCHOLARS:
ARS: SCHOLARS: Those arent graduates
from Merlins College of Black
Magic youve been seeing around
campus in those long, black
gowns. Theyre newly-tapped
members of Board, UF
womens scholastic honorary,
and they will be initiated Sunday in
rooms 361, 362, and 363 of the
union at 3:30 p.m.
AND SPEAKING OF RECEP RECEPTIONS:
TIONS: RECEPTIONS: There will be one of
those for Prof. P. R. Mclntosh
at the University Gallery at 4
p.m. on Sunday.
IN THE BRAINS' BASHES:
Mensa will have a party-at 8:30
tonight at 909 SW 6 Ave.
IN ROOKS AND GRAND
SLAMS: No, this has nothing to
do with the quarter system or
baseball. These are the two other
games; chess and bridge. The
former will be played at a Chess
Club meeting in Reitz room 118
at 7 tonight; the latter will f>e en engaged
gaged engaged in at 1 p.m. on Sunday in
room 150 C of the union.
IN MORE FROM MUSLIMS:
UF Muslim Students meet for
prayers and seminars in room
121 of the union at 12:30 p.m.
today.
IN WORDS FROM ONE OF
FLORIDAS FOUNDATIONS:
Hlllel. That is. There will be
a lecture there at 7:30 tonight.
IN GREEK-LETTER GOINGS
ON: Chi Omega sorority has
State Day in rooms 361, 362,
363 of the union from 9 a.m. till
2:30 p.m. Saturday; Phi Chi Theta
has a social hour in rooms 122
and 123 of the union at 1:30
p.m. Saturday; and Sigma Phi
Epsilon has a workshop in room
118, 150, F and G of the Union
at 8 a.m. Saturday morning-.
EDITOR 'S NOTE ; THE
WHAT'S HAPPEN HAPPENING
ING HAPPENING COLUMN" COV COVERS
ERS COVERS EVENTS FOR
FRIDAY, SATURDAY,
AND SUNDAY.

Mr. Chairman Is Best
Role For Ira Leesfield

By DEE DEE HORN
Alligator Staff Writer
It takes a pretty special kind
of man to buy 27 pairs of shoes
for children at Christmas, when
he himself has no children. It
takes a man with initiative and
drive to run Frolics for four
consecutive times when twice is
the record. It took Ira Lees Leesfield,
field, Leesfield, Social Chairman of the
Interfraternity Council (IFC) and
newly appointed Chairman of Dia Dialogue.
logue. Dialogue.
Christmas of 67 Ira and his
wife Cindy, one of three teachers
at the only school in Citra, played
Santa Claus to Cindys students.
Ira said, .Buying them shoes
was something we just had to
do. They needed them so much.
We wanted to do something, any anything,
thing, anything, to give these kids a Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. Although we would have
liked to buy them toys, the shoes
were a necessity.
In my first two years at the
UF I was in everything. I worked
in student government doing odd
jobs as a freshman. I even worked
as an Alligator reporter that
year. The Alligator then was not
as well organized as it is now.
People used to wander in and out,
nobody was ever really sure who
was doing what. It was great. The
only reason I quit was because
I had one slight problem I
couldnt write!
My first major job in the stu student
dent student government came that year
under Buddy Jacobs term as
SG President. I was appointed
Secretary of Athletics. The only
aggravation I really had was
trying to devise a fair bloc seat seating
ing seating system. It just could not be
Coliseum
Kick-Off
The Beach Boys, Strawberry
Alarm Clock, and Buffalo
Springfield are three rock-n-
roll groups that will start the
drive to obtain funds for a new
coliseum.
Don Slesnick, administrative
assistant to IFC, stated that the
UF does not have adequate facili facilities
ties facilities for indoor sports and acti activities.
vities. activities. He said the IFC was
bringing the groups to campus to
give the students more enter entertainment
tainment entertainment and to start the fund fundraising
raising fundraising for the coliseum. Once a
certain percentage has been
reached, the government will un undertake
dertake undertake to match dollar for dol dollars.
lars. dollars.
The IFC has printed up 15,000
tickets which are on sale at the
Reitz Union Box Office.

done. The initial outdoor listen listening
ing listening session was that year. We
were playing LSU away and not
many students were able to go. I
called the Athletic Department
and asked to have the use of the
stadium for a listening party in
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hopes to prevent riots by students
who couldn't go to the game.
They gave us the stadium and
even donated free Cokes. Listen Listening
ing Listening parties have been a standard
event since. Oh, by the way there
was a riot on 13th Street any anyway,
way, anyway, stated Ira.
As a sophomore, Ira also
initiated the idea of having a

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"My junior year was my great greatest
est greatest year as far as activities go.
I was selected as the only junior
for Whos Who In American Col Colleges
leges Colleges and Universities and was
also tapped for Florida Blue Key.
'To my shock and pleasure I
received the Dean Beatty Award
for Outstanding Student Leader.
In between that time I put on the
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and that summer I married Cyn Cynthia
thia Cynthia Warner.
As a senior, preparing to enter
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He is a political science assis assistant
tant assistant which is rare for an under*
graduate. He recently accepted
the position as general chairman
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cussion discussion group on UF problems.
The program he has in mind is
an evaluation of the quarter sys system.
tem. system.
Apart from school, Ira leads
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summer of 1964 he worked at the
NY Worlds Fair as a Pinkerton
Security Agent. The summer of
65 he sold antiques and paintings
in Washington, D.C.

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Page 20

Nude Scene Is Relaxed, Friendly

i IjHi

I first cams to Gainesville,
Many long years ago.
And why I came to Gainesville,
Lord Ill never know.
But I got stuck in Gainesville,
And here I had to stay.
When Ive served my time in Gainesville,
Pll be on my way.
* A mighty fine town is Gainesville,
If you're careful what you say.
You better talk right in Gainesville,
Or they'll take you away.
They'll put you in the county jail,
And the judgell say sorry but there aint'no bail.
Oh a mighty fine town in Gainesville,
But be careful what you say, my friend,
Be careful what you say.
We really eat good in GafnesviJte,
If you like your chfcen, frfed.
We eat our chicken in Gainesville,
} nd never ask when it diedv
eve got a lot of that Kentucky brand,
nd if you dont like that we've got Maryland.
_ h we all eat good in Gainesville,
If you like your chicken fried, Good Gawd,
If you like your chickp" Med.

'When I First Came To Gainesville...

By JOE TORCHIA
Alligator Feature Editor
For the most part, nudists are
like anyone else.
They come in a variety of siz sizes,
es, sizes, shapes, colors, ages, an ancestries,
cestries, ancestries, landicaps, talents and
personalities.
(There are, however, only two
sexes.)
The ranks include pudgy plum plumbers,
bers, plumbers, grey-haired grandmas,
sexy stenographers, old ornitho ornithologists,
logists, ornithologists, distinguished doctors,
bald-headed baritones, harassed
husbands, lethargic lawyers and
just well, just about anyone you
can think of, including eradicat eradicated
ed eradicated entertainment editors.
There were about 90 such peo people
ple people at Sunny Sands, near Daytona,
the weekend this reporter visit visited:
ed: visited: and the outstanding common
denominator of them all, besides
nudity, was their friendliness.
From the moment of arrival,
the crucial undressing and
facing an unclothed community, to
the reluctant departure, this re reporter
porter reporter was greeted by smiling
faces, interesting personages and
an all-around gregarious group
of, for the most part, middle class
people people visiting a resort
for relaxation and enjoyment, just
as anyone would visit any resort.
The only difference is that you
dont worry about what youre
going to wear, and may not
tell the boss where you spent the
weekend when you return to work
Monday.
Indeed, if there was any dis discomfort,
comfort, discomfort, it was only that you
didnt have a pocket in which to
carry your cigarettes.
Interviews
As this reporter lounged a around
round around the pool in the afternoon
sunshine, he talked to several
vacationers who willingly an answered
swered answered questions.
One middle-aged man, who
sat beside his blond-headed wife
and two children, told the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator weve been nudist for
years, ever since the kids were
very small.
He has a teen-age daughter.
We like it here because its

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a clean, friendly, family resort.
Nudism is a family affair
the children make the difference
without them, you couldnt have
nudist clubs, his wife said.
Sunny Sands is a family resort,
as are most nudist clubs. If a
single person wishes to attend,
he (or she) must be accompanied
by a member of the opposite sex.
A1 Blazing, director of Sunny
Sands, said that there are few
resorts that admit single people
and if they do, its under a
quota basis.
'Naturals
Concerning the problem of
child adjustment to nudist life,
the couple said their children are
naturals.
They react naturally with
other children here at the club,
and they dont discuss it with
their friends at home they
dont see any reason to.
It was explained that children
can easily be taught to put their
nudist excursions in the same
category with religion, politics,
family finances and other private
matters which are not suitable
for outside discussion.
One young couple, Bob and
Marge, were sitting by the pool
with their one-and-a-half-year one-and-a-half-yearold
old one-and-a-half-yearold daughter. Bobs father, he
said, is connected with UF, so a
general discussion of Gainesville
ensued before he said he first
came to a nudist camp out of
curiousity.
We read about it, so we
thought wed give it a try now
we come here as often as we can.
He said, We thought at first
that there just would be a bunch
of old, old people here we were
amazed at how many young peo people
ple people come, and we found it re relaxing
laxing relaxing and very enjoyable. So we
came back.
Less Sex
When asked about sex in a nud nudist
ist nudist colony, Bob said theres less
sex in the atmosphere here than
anywhere else.

ALLIGATOR HUMOR

Its a swingin town this Gainesville,
After the sun goes down.
Course you have to start early in Gainesville,
If you aim to paint the town.
They close the bar and turn the lock.
And take in the sidewalk at twelve oclock.
Oh we really swing in Gainesville,
After the sun goes down, old chum,
After the sun goes down.
Take a little walk around Gainesville,
And youll see a lot of pretty girls.
But better look twice in Gainesville,
If your taste is strictly for girls.
Cause you might make out, and then again,
Find youve picked a rooster instead of a hen.
Oh better look twice in Gainesville,
If your taste is strictly for girls, old buddy,
If your taste is strictly for girls.
Were real fine sports here in Gainesville,
Better than any other school.
We all love sports here in Gainesville,
But we do have this one funny rule.
Our football team is lily-white,
Coach says them colored just aint too bright.
Oh were all good sports here in Gainesville,

And this reporter must agree.
Its funny, but a completely
nude body is much less sexually
stimulating than a clothed one.
When youre in a group, and en engaged
gaged engaged in some activity, and
EVERYONE is naked, you just
seldom think of sex.
And if you do become sexually
aroused, you can always take a
quick dip in the pool.
As one person said, Nudists
believe that healthy sexual acti activity
vity activity is a natural, contributive,
rewarding assertion of human ex existence,
istence, existence, but is a personal and pri private
vate private matter, innately separate
from the routines of daily living
in or out of clothes.
f,
(The group this reporter went
to the resort with became so
brave that on the second night
there they read out loud selected
portions of Fanny Hill until
2 a.m.)
History
It has been almost 40 years
since the first American nudists
shed their garments in the en environs
virons environs of New York City. Today
there are more than 100,000 men,
women and children participating
in social nudism in the United
States.
This aparently growing move movement
ment movement is generally legal al although
though although it is a moot point in some
states. However, nudist associa associations
tions associations maintain defense funds and
retain legal counsel to protect and
expand the areas of judicial re recognition.
cognition. recognition.
Because of the Florida sun sunshine,
shine, sunshine, there are a great number
of nudist resorts in this state,
including resorts at or near Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Ft. Lauderdale, Clear Clearwater,
water, Clearwater, Tampa, Daytona Beach,
West Palm Beach, Florida City,
Kissimmee, Delray Beach and
several other cities.
There is also a strong possi possibility
bility possibility of one being founded in
Gainesville within the next two
years, according to Sunny Sands
Director A1 Blazing. And thats
the naked truth.
Hope to see you there.

But we do have this one funny rule, old soul brother,
We do have this one funny rule.
You see were integrated in Gainesville,
One-fourth of one per cent!
We love our black brothers in Gainesville,
One-fourth of one per cent.
With 20,000 students, and 50 of them black,
Weve got the door open, but just a teenv crack.
OTTwere integrated in Gainesville,
One-fourth of one per cent, thats all,
One-fourth of one per cent!
v -'
Now if youve got a bellyful of Gainesville,
Just sing yourself a little song.
Tell the whole world about Gainesville,
And everything thats gone wrong.
Bibles, Baptists, and red-neck cops
But this is where the music stops.
Oh if youve got a bellyful of Gainesville,
Just sing yourself a little song, po boy,
Just sing yourself a little song.
Bob McCullough, 7AS

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Florida Relays Celebrate No. 25

By NEAL SANDERS
Alligator Sports Writer
There was a time when the
Florida Relays attracted little at attention
tention attention outside of the state. Every
college held an annual Invitational
tournament, and there were just
too many big name tournaments
that the top schools went to.
Florida just couldn't draw the re record
cord record breakers.
New, however, the Florida
Relays have come into their own,
and the 25th anniversary carnival
will feature the top schools, and
the top talent. The relays, which
will be run tomorrow, willfea willfeature
ture willfeature over 40 colleges, and 110
high schools. Top names such as
Richmond Flowers, Jim Green,
and Tom Albright will be
featured in the one-day events.
The rise of track as a major
sport in die South has been chief chiefly
ly chiefly responsible for the success of
the annual event West Coast
schools and the Ivy League col colleges
leges colleges have long dominated the
tournament business. Southern
schools, however, have been
developing their track programs
over the past several years. UF,
with a host of talent, along with
a long standing tournament, has
become the center of tournament
activity in the south.
Trach Coach Jimmy Carnes is
enthusiastic about this years
list of top colleges which will
be participating.

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said Carnes. We are expect expecting
ing expecting a crowd of between five and
six thousand for the events, which
will completely fill the track sta stadium.
dium. stadium.
Richmond Flowers, Jim Green,
and Tom Albright will certainly
have to be considered the three
featured college athletes at attending
tending attending this year. Flowers, a
freshman at Tennessee, is one of
the best hurdlers in the country.
He earns the title from his per performance
formance performance in the 60 yd. High hur hurdles,
dles, hurdles, where he has equalled the

standing NCAA record. Flowers
will be performing in the hur hurdles,
dles, hurdles, the 100 yd. dash, and will
be a member of the Volunteer
relay team.
Green, a freshman at Kentu Kentucky,
cky, Kentucky, has equalled the NCAA re record
cord record in the 60 yd. dash. Albright,
a Colgate senior, has come close
to the NCAA record in the 600
yd. run. He will lead the Col Colgate
gate Colgate relay team.
Florida is not to be counted
out in the relays they host, how however.
ever. however. Frank Lagotic, still re recovering
covering recovering from a foot Injury, will
be running in the two-mile event
for Florida. Lagotic, a 4:07 mil miler,
er, miler, has been clocked since the in injury
jury injury at 4:15, which will still put
him in contention for honors.
Other UF athletes expected to
place highly include the two-mile
relay team, made up of Bob Lang,
Dan Flynn, Steve Keller, and Don
Hale, Ron Jourdan in the high
jump, John Morton in the discus.
Other top athletes from Flori Florida
da Florida will be competing. Among them
will be Fla. A&Ms Ken Brown in
the high jump, FSUs Mike Kelly,
and Steve Owens, who is from
Miami, for Tennessee.
Top Florida high school stars
will be competing. Foremost
among these will be Jack Nason,
a senior at Orlando Evans.
Nason is easily the finest long
distance runner ever to come

Friday, March 29, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

out of a Florida high school,
said Carnes. Nason, who has
clocked at 4:19 mile, is expect expected
ed expected to be a record setter at to tomorrows
morrows tomorrows carnival.
Rick Bowers, of St. Pete North Northeast,
east, Northeast, is also expected to be a
sprinter to watch. Bowers holds
a 9.7 in the 100 yd. dash. If he
breaks this time tomorrow, he
will become the first prep run runner
ner runner in Florida history to crack
the 48.0 record.
It will come as a surprise to
none if many records fall at to tomorrows
morrows tomorrows meet.
Weve really got the talent
tills year, said Carnes. We
will certainly see many of die old
records go down, and theres an
outside chance that a world re record
cord record might fall in the 100 yd.
dash.
The Florida Relays were
founded in 1939 by Percy Beard,
who will serve as meet referee
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!, The Florida Alligator, Friday, March 29, 1968

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Editor
Things haven't changed too
much for Nick, Nicosia in the last
year. Last season, Nicosia batted
.207. This year, he is hitting
.609.
Really, I haven't done any anything
thing anything different from last year,"
said Nicosia in earnest.
I have a lighter bat than
the one I used last spring but
I still swing the same, and all
that stuff."
Nicosia, of course, mentions
that he is meeting the ball bet better
ter better but he doesnt know why.
All I know is Im getting a
lot of hits, said the 5-11, 180-
pound lefthander.
The Philadelphia Phillies, Chi Chicago
cago Chicago White Sox and Minnesota
Twins also know Nicosia is get getting
ting getting a lot of hits.

National Karate Honors
Go To UF Grad Student

Pete Altmann, UF grad student
and a karate student at Univer Universal
sal Universal Karate Do jo of Gainesville,
won 2nd Place Brown Belt Ku Kumite
mite Kumite and 3rd Place Brown Belt
Kata at the sth U.S. Karate Assn.
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Too Much For Nick Nicosia

Those three clobs have talked
to me concerning turning pro,
said Nicosia. But right now they
are just interested. I still have a
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studied karate with Dirk Mosig,
7AS, 3rd Grade Black Belt and
Director of Universal Karate
Do jo.
Altmann received a promotion
to Ist Grade Black Belt from his
instructor Dirk Mosig, for his
outstanding performance at the
National Tourney.
He was awarded the coveted
black belt at a brief ceremony

year left here at UF.
Coach Dave Fuller signed his
ace outfielder from Miami Nor Norland.
land. Norland. Nicosia made All-City for
the Miami Herald and the Miami
News while a prepper.
I did OK but nothing spec spectacular,
tacular, spectacular, said Nicosia.
But this year for the Gators has
been a bit different. Nicosia has
rapped 14 hits in 23 at-bats
while being platooned in center.
Coach still platoons Tony Do Dobies
bies Dobies and me in center, said
Nicosia. Tony plays against
lefties and I go against righties.
Even though Im batting so
great, Id still rather hit against
righties. Ive hit a few times
against lefties. But Id rather
have Tony look at that big lefty
curveball than me.
Nicosia has been rapping those
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although not for distance.
I have only one extra base
hit, said Nicosia, and that was
a triple.
I dont know why I get all
those singles, except probably for
that light bat, it weighs only
29 ounces.
Nicosia was the clubs fourth
best at driving in runs and fifth
in total bases. But his worth
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Joe Louis
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DETROIT (UPI) Joe Louis,
former world heavyweight boxing
champion, was hospitalized
Tuesday and will undergo surgery
Thursday for the removal of gall
stones.
The Brown Bomber, now 52,
heavyweight crown from
1937 to 1949.
Dr. Robert O. Bennett, a close
friend and his personal physician
for many years, said Louis in good physical condition and
should not be hopitalized for
a prolonged time following the
surgery. He said Louis was rest resting
ing resting comfortably in Kirwood
hospital here.



Ernie Ladd
Will Wrestle
HOUSTON (UPI) Ernie Ladd,
the 6-9, 300 pound defensive
tackle of the Kansas City Chiefs,
said Tuesday he will quit foot football
ball football if he wins the National Wres Wrestling
tling Wrestling Association version of the
heavyweight championship Fri Friday
day Friday night.
And there's a good chance
I may quit football regardless of
how I do Friday," Ladd said.
I'll say this, there is no way
I will go back to Kansas City
unless certain changes are
made."
He declined to say what chan changes
ges changes hes demanding.
Ladd meets Gene Kiniski for
the NWA heavyweight champion championship
ship championship in Houston Friday night.
It will be his third title match.
He previously lost to Lou Thesz
and Kiniski.
The Chiefs are the second team
with whom Ladd has been un unhappy.
happy. unhappy. He earlier played out his
option with the San Diego Char Chargers
gers Chargers and signed with the Hous Houston
ton Houston Oilers.
Ladd was happy with the oil oilers
ers oilers and made Houston his home,
but the Oilers traded him and
quarterback Jacky Lee to the
Chiefs for quarterback Pete Bea Beathard
thard Beathard during the middle of last
season.
Ladd, who was off to a great
season with the Oilers, did not
finish as strong with the Chiefs.
I asked Coach Hank Stram to
trade me, sell me, put me on
waivers or give me my release
at the end of last season," Ladd
said. He promised me he would
put me on the list of players
that were made available to the
new Cincinnati club."
Rallye Race
Will Cover
60 Miles
A sports car rallye will be held
tonight, with preliminaries being
held at 6:15 at the Florida Track
parking lot.
The Country Caravan Ral Rallye"
lye" Rallye" will cover a6O mile course,
and is open to all interested
drivers. There is a $3.00 fil filing
ing filing fee.
Registration is scheduled for
6:15, and a drivers meeting for
6:45. The first cars will be leav leaving
ing leaving at seven. Further information
may be obtained by phoning 372-
6723.
UF Women
Host Tennis
The UFs Womens Tennis Club
will host South Florida this Satur Saturday
day Saturday for a match to be played
at Broward Courts.
The match will feature Carolyn
Webb, Eve Hershberger, Gayle
Goodburn, Joyce Wice, Paula
Brill, and Dianne Burnside play playing
ing playing for Florida. The match, spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Dept, of Intramurals
is scheduled for 10:00 A.M.
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Hydraulic Helmet Lubricates UF

By MARC DUNN
Alligator Staff Writer
The athletes crusader, Dr. J.
Robert Cade, has come up with
another way of keeping football
players safe.
Two years ago Dr. Cade be began
gan began by testing Gatorade," a
nutrient supplement which pro provides
vides provides high energy. After this
successful venture he made a
training-table drink, Gator-
Go."
Now the 40-year-old associate
professor of medicine has in invented
vented invented Gator Stop, a football
helmet with a liquid lining, de designed
signed designed to dissipate the shock of
impact.
The new helmet is being tested
this spring in practice and the
results should prove it far su superior
perior superior to any helmet now in use,
according to Dr. Cade.

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He was whacked in the head,
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Wearing a regular helmet, he was
knocked out after being hit with
the paddle.
I already know that this hel helmet
met helmet is far superior to any in
use today, as far as reducing
the force of a blow is concerned,"
Dr. Cade said.
The new helmet looks like any
other on the outside but has 10
high-density polyethylene bags on
the inside, of various shapes.
The bags, glued to the shell
of the**helmet, are filled with 10-
weight oil and all the bags are
connected by tubes. Between the
bags and the head is a layer of

sponge, which is grooved to pro provide
vide provide air circulation.
When the player engages in
head contact the oil in the bag
under impact is squeezed evenly
into the other bags, thereby dif diffusing
fusing diffusing the energy of the blow.
According to Dr. Cade, the
tough polyethylene bags will not
break under the most severe
contact.
Several helmets have been
hand-made at a cost of $l5O

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