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Accent '6B Begins Tonight

SPEAKERS SCHEDULE
Philip Crane "8 p.m, Florida Gym /' \ j
Ralph .Nader 9 p.m* Florida Gym
' Mayor Herman Goldner y /
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THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

Court Suggests
Student Senate
Reapportioning

By 808 PADECKV
Alligator c taff Writer*
The Student Senate will Be
told to reapportion itself, and if
it doesnt, definitive action will
be taken by the Honor Court for
its adoption.
Tuesday night, the 50-members
Honor Court Bar Association
voted unofficially 48-2 to suggest
very strongly that the Student
Senate reapportion itself. If it
wont, the Honor Court win ask
the Board of Masters to force
reapportionment.
The Student Senate is a 39-
member representative body
from the 15 UF colleges.
The basis of the Bar Asso Association
ciation Association stand is Mondays U.S.
Supreme Court ruling which ex extended
tended extended the one-man, one-vote
principle to local governments.
Under the one-man, one-vote
principle, the Student Senate is
grossly malapportioned, said J.
Richard Smith, assistant Honor
Court attorney general.
The College of Forestry has
the same number of votes as
the College of Agriculture, seven
times its size, Smith said.
Such inaccuracies abound and
they must be corrected.
When the Supreme Court first
made the interpretation, we
thought we would ask the Board
to force reapportion immedi immediately,

ately, immediately, he conttnued.
But we think the Student Sen Senate
ate Senate has been unaware of the sit situation
uation situation and therefore should be
given time to rectify its own
problems.
We hope they do, because if
they dont, they are going to
have reapportionment rammed
down their throats, just like the
state legislature did, Smith con concluded.
cluded. concluded.
Smith talked to several Stu Student
dent Student Senate members and said
some favored the reapportion reapportionment
ment reapportionment idea, including Bill McCol McCollum,
lum, McCollum, Florida Blue Key presi president.
dent. president.
But Gary Goodrich, student
body vice-president, disagreed.
The current*" apportionment
system is not the best but its
the best weve got, Goodrich
said. We are close to the
people .and we represent them,
thafs all you need for a good
system.
I havent talked to anyone of
this, Goodrich said, but my
first impression is they dont
have a case at all.
INSIDE
Editorials .....Page 6
Fashion Page 10
Letters Page 7
Sports Page 23
Tumbleweeds Page 4

Inside
Beach Bovs Tickets
On Sale At Union
See Page 2

Thursday. April 4, 1968

Ralph Nader
To Deliver
Keynote Talk
Consumer protector, congres congressional
sional congressional lobbyist, lawyer and author
Ralph Nader and author-historian
Philip Crane kick off Accent 6B
in the Florida Gym at 8 p.rn.
today.
This year's theme is Politics:
Impact On Youth, and, although
Accent staff members have been
unsuccessful in efforts to match
the sparkling array of political
personalities which graced the
first Accent program, they main maintain
tain maintain that this years program pre presents
sents presents a reputable slice of state
and v national political opinion.
Speaking on national trends
during the three-day program are
conservative columnist James J.
Kilpatrick, hawk minister Allen
C. Isbell, liberal publisher Harry
Golden, and F. Clifton White who
master-minded Barry Gold Goldwaters
waters Goldwaters seizure of the 19G4 Re Republican
publican Republican presidential nomination.
Dealing with the state arena
will be three candidates for U.S.
Senator George Smathers seat,
Democrat Earl Faircloth, and
Republicans Ed Gurney and Her Herman
man Herman Goldner.
Crane, who will speak first
Tonight on Youth in Politics,
is the author of a best-selling
chronicle of the problems of the
Democratic Party, The Demo Democrats
crats Democrats Dilemma. A practical
political scientist, Crane divides
his time between university life
and public .service.
Following Crane, Ralph Nader
will give the keynote address at
9 p.m. Naders efforts against
the nation's oligopolists and
near-monopolists have led to
several obvious changes in the
national government including the
creation of the post of Secretary
of Transportation in President
Johnsons cabinet.
Nader, 33, has forced reforms
through Congress in the natural
gas industry, auto industry, and
is currently beginning a cam campaign
paign campaign against the oil industry.
He is a Harvard law school grad graduate.
uate. graduate.
According to AccenF General
Chairman Frank Gramling,
Nader was chosen because his
influence on politics extends
completely to the individual
level.
On Friday night, Accent will
feature a debate at 8 p.m. in
the gym, when Harry Golden will
vie against James J. Kilpatrick
in an Ideology debate. Outspoken
critic Kilpatrick is the associate
editor of William F. Buckleys
SEE 'ACCENT', PAGE 2 7



1, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, April 4, 1968

Page 2

Concert Causing Noise
Over IFC Field Rental

See Editorial
Bv 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Editor
The Beach Boys Concert is
already causing noise, although
it isnt even here yet.
Tuesday afternoon, Don Sles Slesnick,
nick, Slesnick, in charge of next weeks
affair, said the Athletic Depart Department
ment Department forced Inter-Fraternity
Council to pay $l5O to use Florida
Field for the concert.
I think it is grossly unfair,
said Slesnick. Since we are
putting on the show to raise money
for the new coliseum, we
shouldnt have to pay someone we
are trying to help.
The Beach Boys concert is a
fund-raising show to start off a
new coliseum fund, still in the
embryo stage. Seventy per cent
of the gate receipts will go to the
Beach Boys troupe with the re remainder
mainder remainder to the Athletic Depart Department.
ment. Department.
Athletic Director Ray Graves
said, however, the IFC volun volunteered
teered volunteered the $l5O, a payment for
janitorial services and lighting.
They came to us and said
How much will it cost us?
Graves said. So we told them
and they paid. That was that.
But Slesnick refuted Graves
statement.
Sure we paid the $150, Sels Selsnick
nick Selsnick said, we had to, or they
woulndt let us use the stadium
if we didnt.
I cant see why they would
Masters Board
To Interpret
SG Constitution
The Honor Court Board of Mas Masters
ters Masters will meet Friday to hear
two petition^on constitutional
interpretation from Student Body
President Clyde Taylor.
The hearing, at 4 p.m., will
be open to the public.
The first petition deals with
two typographical errors which
were found in the newly-ratified
student body constitution:
The first error, in Article
IV, Section G, Part E, is about
the Student Appeals Court. The
secondi error, in Article IX,Sec IX,Section
tion IX,Section 1, Part A, is about provisions
for voting in Student Senate.
Taylor is questioning the status
of the phrases, which were sub subsequently
sequently subsequently corrected.
His second petition deals with
participation in student govern government
ment government while not enrolled in school.

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burden us with additional monies
on something they are going to
make money from, Slesnick
added.
Slesnick, IFC administrative
assistant, said the Athletic De Department
partment Department has been nice in help helping
ing helping us set up the stage.
But I cant see any reason
why they would tax us when we
are trying to help them, he
concluded.
IFC has guaranteed $5,000 to
the Beach Boys and their troupe
which includes the bands,Buffalo
Springfield and Strawberry

Accent Starts Tonight

FROM PAGE OWE
National Review and Golden is
editor of his own newspaper,
The Carolina Israelite, and an
advocate of personal jour journalism.
nalism. journalism.
Friday will also be the begin beginning
ning beginning of the? Accent senatorial
series to which candidates for
for the Senate seat vacated by
George ,Smathers will speak.
Friday at 7:30 p.m. Republican
Herman Goldner, ex-mayor, of
St, Petersburg, will speak.
On Saturday, the Senatorial
Series will continue with state
Attorney General Earl Faircloth
speaking at 2 p.m. and Repre Representative
sentative Representative Edward J. Gurney
speaking at 3:30 p.m. in the J.
Wayne Reitz Ballroom. Non Nonpacifist
pacifist Nonpacifist minister Allen C. Isbell
will speak on Morality and
Selective Service at 2 p.m. in
the ballroom. Also scheduled to
speak at 8 p.m. on Saturday is
F. Clifton White, political strate strategist
gist strategist and mastermind of the 1964
convention victory of Barry Gold Goldwater.
water. Goldwater.
Accent, the UFs annual talk talkfest,
fest, talkfest, is a student government
sponsored symposium featuring
national and state issues and
issue makers in an attempt to
give UF students a sample of
the reality of current national
politics and the people behind
the Issues.

Alarm Clock. One additional
talent is expected to perform:
either Bobby Goldsboro, the
Union Gap or the 1910 Fruit
Co.
IFC will have to sell 3,000
tickets at $2.50 to break even
for the event. Slesnick expects,
to sell at least 10,000 tickets.
IFC will purchase a new sound
system for the Wednesday con concert,
cert, concert, officers said.
We had a few problems with
Gator Growl this year, Sles Slesnick
nick Slesnick said, and we need better
amplification.

More than 75 editorial
cartoons, including those of Don
Wright of the Miami News, are
on display in the lobby of the
second floor of the Reitz Union.
The cartoon display is pre presented
sented presented in conjunction with the
Accent Symposium to be held
this weekend. All the cartoons
are examples of political satire.
Carnival Ducats
On Sale Today
Tickets for the Student Govern Government-sponsored
ment-sponsored Government-sponsored carnival, to be
held later this month, go on sale
today.
Tickets for Carnigras, a Dol Dollars
lars Dollars for Scholars event will be
available at a reduced rate of
6 for $1 at the Reitz Union Box
Office.

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On Sale At Reitz Union

Wouldnt It Be Nice to sae
the Beach Boys, Buffalo Spring Springfield,
field, Springfield, and Strawberry Alarm
Clock all in one show 0
Inter-fraternity Council (IFC)
is doing just that-bringing the
above named groups tocampus tocampusfor
for tocampusfor a two and a half hour show
at Florida Field, April 10, start starting
ing starting at 7 p.m.
Ticket profits will go to a fund
for a basketball coliseum. Price
of tickets is $2.50 per person.
This is one of the most worth worthwhile
while worthwhile projects weve under undertaken,
taken, undertaken, IFC treasurer Steve Uhl Uhlfelder
felder Uhlfelder said. But we need to
sell 10-15,000 tickets for the^
show to be meaningful.
Uhlfelder called the show'a
good opportunity for students
to show alumni and faculty they
want a coliseum.
Tickets will be available at the
gate, but may be purchased be beforehand

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forehand beforehand at the Reitz Union box
office, Record Bar, 923 W. Uni University
versity University Ave., and WUWU radio'
in the Gainesville Mall.
INTERVIEWS
will be held for
the HOSTESS
COMMITTEE o(
the J. WAYNE
REITZ UNION
BOARD on TUES.
April 9, 4:00 pm
in room 310 of
the J WAYNE REITZ
UNION
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at this time leave your name
and schedule at the Union
Board office



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Alligator photographer Mike Huddleston
caught this workman as he puttied cracks
in the J. Wayne Reitz Union Tuesday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon.
Voter Registration Deadline
Set For April 6 At 5 PM

Voter registration deadline for
the May primary election is 5
p.m. Saturday, April 6 at the of office
fice office of the Alachua County Su Supervisor
pervisor Supervisor of Elections on the
ground floor of the courthouse,
University Avenue and Main
Street.
According to Supervisor of
Elections Alma Bethea, in order
to vote in a Florida county a
person must have been a resi resident
dent resident of the state for at least
one year, of the county for six
months, and he must have volun voluntarily
tarily voluntarily chosen that county for his
home.
Voters will be required to state
their intentions of making

UF Restaurant To Open

William E. Rion, director of
the UF Student Union, said the
Arredondo Room on the fourth
floor of the J. Wayne Reitz Union
will re-open as a restaurant
again in September.,*
The restaurant will start with
a change from fancy food to just
good food with moderate prices,
Rion said.
If each member of the faculty
at the University of Florida dined

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Alachua County their permanent
home, Mrs. Bethea said.
A university student is fc
eligible to register in Alachua
County even though he plans to
leave after graduation, Mrs.
Bethea said, as long as he con considers
siders considers Alachua County home and
plans to return some day.
According to County Atty.
Wayne M. Carlisle, the Florida
Supreme Court has upheld this
concept.
Residency is a matter of in intent,
tent, intent, Carlisle said. The State
Supreme Court has ruled that
one of the qualifications of legal
residency is the intention to es establish
tablish establish a permanent home.

at the Arredondo Room just once
a month, commented Mr. Rion,
it would make a good profit.
The restaurant was closed Feb.
4 because of a lack of profit.
Advertising for the restaurant
is allowed only on campus.

Mortar Board Picks
27 For Membership

Twenty-one girls, the largest
number in Mortar Boards UF
history, have been tapped for
membership.
The UF chapter of Mortar
SPU Sponsors
Draft Counseling
Draft counseling service will
be available for all UF students
this week. The Student Peace
Union is sponsoring the service
in front of the main library.
Mark Waldman, chairman of
the project, said, We are in interested
terested interested in helping men get any
classification for which they feel
they qualify. This service will
be especially helpful to seniors
as they will be subject to the
draft immediately upon grad graduation.
uation. graduation.

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join a Florida sorority
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Alpha Omicron Pi 9 Alpha Epsilon Phi I
Delta Gamma
Girls may sign up
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for informa I rush:
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Student Activities Center
300 Reitz Union I
1:30-4:30 today and tomorrow

Board, the national senior
womens honorary society, chose
the girls because of their scho scholarship,
larship, scholarship, leadership and service
to the university.
The girls are juniors with a
3.0 over-all average or better
who are active in several cam campus
pus campus organizations. Tapping is
conducted strictly according to
qualifications rather than per personality
sonality personality and is the major event
of the Mortar Board year.

LATIN AMERICAN
CLUB MEETING
Thursday April 4
McCarty 2 7:30 p.m.

Thursday, April 4, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

The new members are:
Sarah Jane Aptheker, Sherry
Atherton, Bonnie Burnham,
Carole Jeanne Cepeda, Ann Dore,
Sandra Fuller, Barbara Gibson,
Susan A. Hauseman, Jean Long,
Marilyn Marcy, Renee Millard,
Rebecca Pierce, Lee Pletts,
Peggy Dean Rabinovitz, Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Rupp, Laurice Sikorski,
Barbara Gail Smith, Linda Diane
Tarler, Sue Ellen Winkle, Gale
Wolly Ulmer, and Pamela Wright.

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i, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, April 4, 1968

Archer Road
Interchange
At 1-75 Set
"X
The Alachua County Commis Commission
sion Commission Tuesday announced that af after
ter after meeting with UF officials,
agreement was reached to allow
an interchange on Archer Road
at 1-75.
The UF had objected because
the interchange would increase
the am ount of traffic on Archer
Road, the south boundary of the
* campus.
The commissioners agreed to:
(1) update the study for a De Depot
pot Depot Street by-pass; (2' initiate
a feasibility study for a road
leading off Archer Road into U.S.
441 South; (3) secure an all allweather
weather allweather pedestrian underpass
between the UF Medical Center
and the Veterans Administration
Hospital and (4) agreed to re revamp
vamp revamp the intersection of Univer University
sity University Avenue and 13th Street.
The proposed road would go
behind the V.A. Hospital and
would relieve the Archer Road
traffic.
The all-weather underpass
would go directly from one hos hospital
pital hospital to the other, with accesses
only at the two buildings.
The 13th Street-University
Avenue intersection would be
changed with the left turn lanes
lengthened to facilitate faster
traffic flow.
The commissioners also
agreed to meet with the UF
officials and the Gainesville City
Commission to discuss further
traffic problems.
, V
Rcllye Slated
The Harte Rallye Team is
sponsoring a Hare and Hound
Fun Rallye Saturday.
Cars will register at 6 p.m.
in the Sears and Roebuck park parking
ing parking lot, and the rallye will begin
promptly at 7 o'clock.
Public registration fee is $3,
$2 for club members.
For more information, call
Les O'Brien at 378-8260.

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DESPITE MANPOWER SHORTAGE
Teacher Evaluation Completed

By HAROLD KENNEDY
Alligator Executive Editor
A severe man-power shortage
has not prevented the UF Course r
and Teacher Evaluation Program
from processing the results of the
latest teacher evaluation,
General Chairman Bob Imholte
said Tuesday.
Questionnaires, taken the week
of Feb. 26 concerning 170 courses
and 150 instructors, were sent
to the UF Computer Center

Kassewitz To Address SDX
A journalist who, in 20 years, worked his way up from copy reader
on a small Georgia newspaper to chief editorial writer for the Miami
News, will be the featured speaker for the Sigma Delta Chi (SDX)
banquet on April 10.
Jack Kassewitz, past president of the professional journalistic
society, will speak at the annual Founders Day banquet in the J.
Wayne Reitz Union Ballroom at 6:30 p.m.
Kassewitz has worked in Atlanta, Washington D.C.as well as Miami.
Tickets for the event cost $1.50 and are available in room 234
of the Stadium.
Kassewitz has appeared on several Miami television stations as
jtk a panelist on news shows but now spends much of his time working
with student journalists in Miami High Schools and Miami-Dade
Junior College.
Bfc In addition, he is the chief fund raiser for SDX and takes partial
credit for sending several student journalists to the UF on scholarships.
KASSEWITZ Alligator staffers Neal Sanders and Mike Abrams are among those
students.

Wednesday. Results should be
mailed to instructors Thursday,
Imholte said.
The purpose of the program is
to increase the quality of educa education
tion education giving instructors a chance
to see what students think of their
classes. Instructors are asked to
volunteer to allow their students
to fill out questionnaires on their
classes. The results are pro processed
cessed processed by Imholte and his team
and returned to the professor.
Critical analyses of courses

evaluated under the program will
be published for the use of stu students,
dents, students, Imholte said.
But the program is working un under
der under severe man-power handi handicaps.
caps. handicaps. Its staff was nearly deple depleted
ted depleted last quarter when several key
members resigned because of
grades.
The program needs department
chairmen and staff members in
the areas of research, opera operations,

tions, operations, publications, public re relations,
lations, relations, and office work.
We need people to edit and
publish the course evaluation
booklet, Imholte said. This
will be the first booklet of Its
type attempted here, so the edi editor
tor editor will have a lot of leeway.'
The editor of this booklet
should be competent and know knowlegeable
legeable knowlegeable about campus aca academics,
demics, academics, with a background in
English, journalism, sociology or
similar backgrounds.
This position is probably the
most urgent, Imholte pointed
out. It*s the one of the most
important aspects of the pro program,
gram, program, and its got to be ready
next fall.
The booklet will be able to
help a student in selecting elec electives
tives electives and to give a critical
analysis of a course.
Imholte named operations,
publications and office work as
the most needy departments.
Interested persons may sign
up for an interview appointment
at the Student Activities Desk
on the third floor of the Reitz
Union and also fill out an appli application.
cation. application.
Interviews will be held every
afternoon this week.



JOHNSON ACCEPTS HANOIS OFFfB
Steps To End Viet War In Sight

By MERRIMAN SMITH
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
United States and North Viet Vietnam
nam Vietnam took a small but enormous enormously
ly enormously significant step Wednesday
toward preliminary diplomatic

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SAIGON (UPl)Thousands of U.S. Marines and South Vietnamese
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namese Vietnamese armies who laid siege to the fortress Jan. 21.
< UJS. air cavalrymen poured into the hills in swarms of helicop helicopters.
ters. helicopters.
U.S. generals said American air strikes, artillery power and the
10,000 allied defenders of Khe Sanh already had broken the siege.
They described the big push as the second stage of a counter of offensive
fensive offensive to put the enemy out of business in South Vietnams
northern provinces.
The drive along dusty, twisting highway 9 through the moun mountains
tains mountains to Khe from the coast was a tough, almost inch-by inch-byinch
inch inch-byinch clearing operation.
It put allied forces on the road for the first time since last Sep September
tember September when the North Vietnamese began applying their strangle stranglehold
hold stranglehold on Khe Sanh, Lang Vei and other U.S. outposts along the Lao Laotian
tian Laotian frontier just south of the Demilitarized Zone.
By dusk Wednesday, more than three days after the offensive
started, the allied column was reported about three miles from
the barbed wire outer defenses of Khe Sanh. This would mean a
total advance of about eight miles.
UF Presidents Find Site
For Annual Carnigras Fun

A new scene has been found
for the Student Government spon sponsored
sored sponsored carnival, the Florida
Carnigras.
The carnival was originally
planned for the field behind Hume
Ifell, but members of the Hume
Council protested.
Wednesday Student Body
President Clyde Taylor and UF
President Stephen C. OConnell
met to discuss the problem. The
field across from the Lambda
Chi Alpha, Sigma Phi Epsilon
and Sigma Alpha Epsilon frater fraternity
nity fraternity houses was chosen.
The site is smaller and there therefore
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discussions that could lead to an
end of the Vietnam War.
First, the Hanoi government
declared in a radio broadcast
its willingness to meet with Am American
erican American representatives to dis discuss
cuss discuss the unconditional cessation

The resolution stated that the
carnival would disrupt the life
of Hume residents .. encourage
theft . (and cause) damage
to the grass on the softball field.
The carnival was scheduled to
raise funds for the Dollars for
Scholars program and therefore
the cutting down of attractions
will lessen the money received.
The presidents of the three
fraternities were contacted and
all voiced their approval for the
new site.
We really dont mind the in inconvenience
convenience inconvenience for a few days,
said Jerry Abascal, president of
Lambda Chi Alpha, in view of
the benefits for the Dollars for
Scholars program.

of the United States bombing raids
and all other acts of war against
the Democratic Republic of Viet Vietnam
nam Vietnam so that talks may start.
Then President Johnson told
newsmen at the White House he
was accepting Hanois offer.
He announced that the United
States will establish contact
with the representatives of North
Vietnam. Consultations with the
government of South Vietnam and
other allies are now taking
place.
The President also said he
would fly to Honolulu, Hawaii,
late Thursday evening for a long
weekend of conferences with Am American
erican American officials from South/Viet South/Vietnam.
nam. South/Vietnam.
Johnson did not say how con contact
tact contact would be made with North
Vietnam, or, when or where.
Geneva, Switzerland, was con considered
sidered considered a likely sitJ&v 'The presi president
dent president already has prime
negotiators in the evenKNorth
Vietnam chose to respond to his
curtailment of the bombing raids
would be Ambassador-at-Large
W. Averell Harriman and Lle Llewellyn
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bassador to the Soviet Union.
There was no word from Mos Moscow
cow Moscow or any other world capital
Wednesday tossed any light on
the presidents specific plans.
But it was obvious that Johnson,
after a full and hectic day of
urgent assessments, considered
the Hanoi statement to be genuine
enough to warrant a serious re response.
sponse. response.
The president had a lengthy
afternoon meeting with his lead leading
ing leading advisers and then went out
to a White House driveway be before
fore before a battery of cameras, mi microphones
crophones microphones and newsmen.
He read a statement quoting
from an official U.S. govern government
ment government translation of an English Englishlanguage
language Englishlanguage broadcast of the North
Vietnamese government state statement,
ment, statement, which began at 9:33 a.m.
EST.
After reading the brief state statement
ment statement from a single sheet of yellow
paper, Johnson said:
So you may have as much
notice as I am able to give you
on another matter, I will be leav leaving
ing leaving tomorrow evening late for
Honolulu and will meet with cer certain
tain certain of the American represen-

Thursday. April 4, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

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. The Florida Alligator, Thursday, April 4, 1968

The
/£jjgjj£k Florida Alligator
DOBH To Let The People Know
I Z&L ~ E,u,or
y\Hl Harvey Alper Harold Kennedy
/AvUtfiifflil Managing Editor Executive Editor
Harold Aldrich Bob Padecky
News Editor Sports Editor
Tb Florida Alligator** official position on lasuaa la ezprMsed
only la tho columns below, other material In this Issue may
reflect the opinion a t the writer or cartoonist and not necessarily
that of the Florida Alligator unless specifically indicated.

The New Crew

The Board of Regents
approval Monday of the ap appointments
pointments appointments of four key UF
administrators is a sign
that something is being
done about the host of va vacancies
cancies vacancies in the universitys
Administrative Council.
Although we are con convinced
vinced convinced that men of ability
have been appointed in this
instance, we remain doubt doubtful
ful doubtful that an adequate search
is being m ade for new deans
at the College of Journal Journalism,
ism, Journalism, the College of En Engineering,
gineering, Engineering, the College of
Education and other
schools at the university.
We say this not because
we think there is a lack
of effort, but because we
think the UF is not pres presently
ently presently capable of offering
salaries large enough to
,draw men of national prom prominence
inence prominence here.
The Florida Alligator
hopes that the adminis administration,
tration, administration, and the faculty,
will act immediately to

Highway Robbery

The UF Athletic Depart Department
ment Department is guilty of highway
robbery.
We agree with Inter-
Fraternity Council (IFC)
Beach Boys Concert co coordinator
ordinator coordinator Don Slesnickthat
it is grossly unfair to
charge the IFC $l5O for the
use of Florida Field during
the show which is intended
to raise money for a new
coliseum.
But thats just what the
Athletic Department is
doing -- even if the coli coliseum
seum coliseum will benefit it more
than any other group or
organization on campus.
Yes, the powers that be
in the Athletic Department

The Florida Alligator
is happy to learn that the
UFs newest mens honor honorary,
ary, honorary, the highly respected
Omicron. Delta Kappa
(ODK) has been granted
recognition by its parent
organization as v a full fullfledged
fledged fullfledged member of the

ODKs Latest Challenge

bring this problem before
the public.
Meanwhile, we wish the
new Vice-President for
Academic Affairs Freder Frederick
ick Frederick W. Conner, the new
Dean of the College of Arts
and Sciences Harry H.Sis H.Sisler,
ler, H.Sisler, the new Dean of the
College of Pharmacy Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth F. Finger and the
new Director of Sponsored
Research George W. Cro Croker
ker Croker the best of luck in
their respective positions.
We know that Vice-
President Conner and Dean
Sisler are capable men who
have proven themselves at
the UF through of
service.
We trust that Dean
Finger and Director Cro Croker
ker Croker will also prove them themselves
selves themselves to be men of worth
and vigor.
Now the search for talent
must go foreward. Hope Hopefully
fully Hopefully it will be a quick and
fruitful venture.

offices- -are taking $l5O
from the IFC as payment
for janitorial services and
lighting at Florida Field.
Well, it really doesnt
mean much because in the
final analysis the $l5O
spent on lighting and jani janitors
tors janitors will be $l5O less
money available for build building
ing building the multi-million dollar
coliseum.
Just the same, the
Athletic Department really
has a lot of gall.
Some group comes out to
do the Athletic Department
a favor and gets stabbed in
the back for trying.
Is that what we call co cooperation
operation cooperation UF style?

national organization.
At a university of this
size there is always room,
and there is always a need,
for leadership.
We hope ODK will pro provide
vide provide the leadership in cam campus
pus campus affairs that it is capable
of providing.


And You Said I Was Tricky?*

TODAY MINUS ONE

The Road To Perfection

Elation is the way I feel tonight. Presi President
dent President Johnson has just finished speaking.
Ive got this stupid grin on my face that
I cant erase.
But amidst my joy is a tugging guilt.
The resoponsible critics have said we got
into Vietnam through mistakes and mis miscalculations.
calculations. miscalculations. Frankly, I couldn't accept that.
To me President Johnson wanted a place
in history; at the cost of a world if need be.
I saw him as a man who, in spite of reali reality,
ty, reality, would continue a senseless war. I saw
a mad man destroying my country.
I was wrong.
History may record him as the man who
led the United States into its most immoral
hour. But history must also record that he
sacrificed near 40 years of political life
when he realized America was splitting.
Tonight peace doesiyt seem so remote.
Canada doesnt look so welcoming.
Make no mistake, ihe trail to peace is
still a long and bloody path. But there
arent so many trees in the way now.
America ofres more to Eugene McCarthy
than it can ever repay more than words
can express. He mainlined hope to a country
sulking in despair.
Without McCarthy the country would have
continued its rumblings of tension as it
slid into civil war. McCarthy brought the
intensity of the dissatification to the sur surface.
face. surface.
McCarthy gave youth what it needed: a
political figure to stand with. He gave us
the hope that died more than four years
ago in Dallas.
Robert Kennedy too must be given his
due. Cowardly when we begged to him maybe,
but when he, as keeper of the legend, lent
his weight to he opposition; the President
was forced to reflect. To think.
The result: President Johnson now re recognizes
cognizes recognizes he can only hobble peace efforts.
Tonights withdrawal coupled with the de deescalation
escalation deescalation is the beginning of a new Ameri American
can American offensive. Not the bloody kind that
made us deny our heritage. But the begin beginning
ning beginning of the end.
Too long have we. the new generation,

BY 808 MORAN

been battling each other. The ravine be between
tween between us is deep. Those of us who saw no
evil and those of us who saw nothing but
evil have done everything but declare war
among ourselves. But we now can join in
a common goal: peace.
We must realize and accept that we are
the majority. The time for name calling
is past.
Radicals have to realize, changes are
possible. We can have peace without revo revolution.
lution. revolution.
Reactionaries and conservatives must
turn form the past. The ways of the old
are not the arrows to tomorrow.
Even black power advocates can join.
With peace will come a renewed and re revitalized
vitalized revitalized hope; a promise for the future
based on a better today. A .promise that
can be fulfilled
The military must be the servant of peace:
not the prophet of doom.
It must be the young who regroup and so solidify
lidify solidify for the new world. The old are
helplessly split. Theyve spoken too harshly
and too often. They dont know how to re reverse
verse reverse direction. Once they took a stand,
it was a position for life.
Yet there will be some who will stand
with us. There will be more Eugene Mc-
Carthys who will listen. They will be the
new leaders. They will not be crisis mana managers
gers managers but dedicated to a sane peace; a
just peace.
When we again become united, these new
leaders will have a power base to work from.
A power base that just now is becoming
recognizable for what it is.
Peace will not solve all the problems
in America. But peace will allow the prob problems
lems problems to be attacted. Peace will allow men
to compromise.
The world and our country will not
be perfect. They never have been. But
we can begin to aim for perfection. We
dont have to reach it, as long as were
headed in that direction.
New leaders, peace and a unified country
are the beginnings. We know how to mold
flower children. We know how to seek
escapism. Now we learn to build.



THE FIFTH COLUMN

The phojpe call came in the middle of the night. I mumbled hello
and the caller identified himself as good or Chet from the board.

Chet? I asked, Chet who?
Yah! You know! Fergy!
Oh.
Well, he continued, the
reason I called is cause we have
irrefutable proof that there is a
communist conspiracy within the
University community! Got him
locked up right now at the cam campus
pus campus police station! How bout
that! Hoo hah!
Oh, wow.
So, we want you to do an ex exclusive
clusive exclusive interview with the cap captured
tured captured cell leader.
Why'me?
You kidding? With a waspy
name like Jason Straight? Lis Listen
ten Listen kid, you better get your mind
right; were giving you a break.
Like, gee, thanks.
You see, kid, the Board has
suffered from a failure to com-
municate recently, so wedeeided'
to give the Alligator first dibs'
on this. >
Now? I asked.
Hell yes, now. Listen, what
are you, some kind of new-left
com-symp pinko? MOVE IT!
Ten minutes later Im standing
in this barren, sterile, like, coer coercive
cive coercive room with the commie and
some evil-type with sun-glasses
one who was slouched in a corner,
slowly fingering a pearl-handled
Beretta. I asked the evil-type
whether he was a campus cop?
Ton-ton to you, punk. So make
with the question and answers,
huh?
I looked at the commie
prisoner. He was about 60 years
old, rather balding and thin, and
judging from the thickness of his
glasses, suffering from myopia.
Not at all the wild-eyed, bushy bushyhaired
haired bushyhaired radical I somehow ex expected.
pected. expected. And besides, he was read reading
ing reading the National Geographic.
Micro-dots? I asked, trying
to establish a rapport by showing
him my knowledge of sophisti sophisticated
cated sophisticated espionage techniaue.
Nooo, he answered. I just
like to look at the pictures,
especially those African tribe
stories, you know what I mean,
sonny?
Undaunted, I proceeded with my
ruthless interrogation.
What do you do here on cam campus,
pus, campus, I asked, teach political
theory and subvert young Innocent
minds?
Nope, Im the head grounds groundskeeper
keeper groundskeeper at the U.F. Golf Course.
It was starting to dawn on me.
I turned to the cop. Look, is
this a put-on? This guy is a joke,
and Just then good
ol* Chet burst in, closely fol followed
lowed followed by Joe Pyne.
Yo, Jason! Did you get the
scoop? At this point Pyne was
beating the old man with his
wooden leg.
Look Chet, I began, Ithink
youve made a terrible mistake;
this man is no more of a com communist
munist communist than lam.
Chet motioned for the cop.
O.K. You heard him boys, lock
this one up too. And throw away
the key. By God, Ill clear this
school of commies and perverts
if its the last thing I do. Im
just not going to tolerate this
dissent and subversion any
longer. Pot, LSD, protests,
whats happening to our wonder wonderful
ful wonderful children? What happened to the
values that this county was
founded on?
By now Chet had two steel
ball-bearings in his hand and was
rolling them around in his palm;
his eyes were beginning to glaze

Queeg Lives

JASON STRAIGHT

over and his voice was changing
pitch.
He continued, Now if I can
just find out who took my straw strawberries,
berries, strawberries, well bust this thing wide
open.
I was weeping softly as they
carried me away. The old man
was now reading Coronet and gig giggling
gling giggling lasciviously. Joe and Chet
were singing Over There, and
the campus cop was nervously
playing with his MACE.
God is in his heaven and alls
right with the land. The forces
of Fredom and Truth have
triumphed once more and the
world is again safe for de democracy;
mocracy; democracy; at least until tomorrow.

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'Gator Irresponsibility

MR. EDITOR:
It never ceases to amaze me
how a college newspaper (i.e.
The Alligator) can continue to
practice such flagrant ir irresponsibility.
responsibility. irresponsibility. There are several
incidents of the past few weeks
which I have in mind:
(1) Between the twenty-second
and the twenty-fifth of February,
there were approximately 200
students from universities
throughout the South who gathered
here to discuss the major prob problems
lems problems that face the world. As
part of the program, the yniver yniversity
sity yniversity was privileged to have as its
guest the third highest ranking
official within the Secretariat of
the United Nations. Repeated ef efforts
forts efforts to have this authoritative

A New Civil War
Threatens The U. S.

MR. EDITOR:
The Long Hot Summer has be begun
gun begun in Memphis, Tennessee. Its
heat wave threatens to spread
across the nation and engulf our
cities in flames arising.from the
fires within men which we our ourselves
selves ourselves have ignited.
Today it seems as if the pres present
ent present is on a collision course with
the past as though a new civil
war is about to begin. This civil
war will be one of race against
race, rather than North against
South. Should such a prospect
become reality America will have
lived its final page in the annals
of history.
It is time that we recognized
and met the real causes of the
present social unrest. A prime
factor of friction between Negro
and white is white racism. Most,
however, will claim this to be
untrue. But each day in my life
has proved this to be so. The
feelings of the white middle
class of which I am a mem member
ber member are those of boundless
hate and distrust arising more out
of a failure to comprehend the
causes of the Negroes plight
than out of any firm basis in
reality.
The Negro is a citizen, yet he
remains apart from the rest of
society. Around us there is
developing another America
which cannot co-exist with one
we are familiar with.
y
Once the white people of
America cast off their hate and
distrust, all the important pro programs
grams programs of social renewal can begin
_to make progres. We can re rebuild
build rebuild our urban areas,train the
unskilled, educate the illiterate,
and thus open up a bright future
for the American Negro. Un Unfortunately,
fortunately, Unfortunately, this all seems un unlikely
likely unlikely to take place.
The future will be only what
we make It. If we do not begin

speech about world affairs cov covered
ered covered by the Alligator failed. After
several complaints, your
managing editor invited me to the
Alligator office to give one of
the staff writers a full account
of the activities of this impor important
tant important event. This I did but the
article never made the paper!
The only article that did make the
paper was taken from sources
which were not competent to give
information; it was misleading
and erroneous.
(2) To top this you next re resorted
sorted resorted to what could be termed
lying. I was at the meeting
of student leaders that Sunday
night before the big walkout
supporting the FEA. After I spoke
against the whole Idea of the walk walkout,
out, walkout, Jim Devaney, President of
the Interfraternity Council,

now to improve it, then it will
be our unmaking.
BRUCE DAVID ALPER, lUC
Is Dead?
MR. EDITOR:
I think that Albert has died. I
wish that you would make some
investigation into the matter. He
has not been observed to eat,
breathe or even move in two
months. Ms orgone energy is at \
zero level. Is this our fighting
gator?
NAME WITHHELD
AUI6ATOR
BRAINOSITIES
By LEWIS ROTHLEIN
Alligator Columnist
Bonjour! Here is a test in de decoding.
coding. decoding. Read closely: an
eccentric looking man was
arrested in Paris. He gave his
name as Ivan Popovltch and his
vocation as a statistician. He
said that he was on his way to
Russia to gather information
about the population of Russian
cities. The following scrap of
paper was found on him:
Menstlrk. . . .457,682
Mnudretlv 965,432
Mnydoaski 152,463
Mnzepotloff 74,251
He was promptey arrested as a
German spy. Can you decode the
message?
And if you are curious as to
the results of yesterdays braino brainosity
sity brainosity The check was for $123.00.
Zero is not a small number,
right?
Eat a melon today.

Thursday, April 4, 1968, Tbe Florida Alligator,

stated that neither he northelFC
would or could officially support
such a march or walkout because
of the wide diversity of views
within the fraternity system.
The next morning the front page
of your paper was centered
around a so-called bulletin
which reported that Mr. Devaney
had encouraged all Greeks to sup support
port support the walkout and march. This
fake statement caused Mr.
Devaney much distress and
forced him to Issue an immediate
memorandum explaining the arti article's
cle's article's untruthful ness.
(3) The next day you deemed
it appropriate to claim that the
walkout was such a tremendous
success that it proved the Flori Florida
da Florida Student Body stood united be behind
hind behind the FEA; At best, Mr. Hull,
you had the cooperation of 15% of
the students (even a smaller per percentage
centage percentage of the faculty), while the
overwhelming majority of the
University Dopulation continued
its normal schedule. If you can
call that united support behind
the FEA, there is something
wrong with your reasoning!
(4) Then came your editorial
of March 1 where you demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated your superior ability to
twist other people's statements.
You stated that the President of
the IFC had continued to ask you
not to publish anything which
would be damaging to the
fraternity image. What was really
asked of you (referring to the
articles on fraternity academic
files) was: Please dont go on
unfounded witch hunts for which
you have no evidence to back the
serious allegations impeaching
the honor of many individuals.
(5) Topping the month off was
your acceptance of the advertise advertisement
ment advertisement attacking Deal Hale. This
was not done in the name of free
speech, but because of the sen sensationalism
sationalism sensationalism it would cause. The
proof of this is the appearance
of several letters from supposed
slgnees of the ad disclaiming any anything
thing anything to do with it.
I hope that this letter (despite
its length) will be published, but
I have little hope that there will
be any effect upon your policies.
You give criticism so readily to
everyone including the President,
the Governor, the administration
of the University, etc.; but con constructive
structive constructive criticism of your pol policies
icies policies seems to roll off your back
like mud off a pig. You've said
many times (in seeming defense)
that we cant please all the peo people
ple people all the time. Mr. Hun, is
it to much (sic) to ask that, since
you are an employee of the student
body could you try to please
some of us, some of the time.
DON SLESNICK
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
OF THE INTERFRATERNITY
COUNCIL
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

FOR SALE
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1962 LAMBRETTA 125 cc. Fair
condition. Tool Kit included. $85.00
or best offer. Call 378-8959 after
5:00. Ask for Bob. (A-105-st-p)
CAMERA: Zess icon Contena
(35mm), with flash $75.00. Call
David at 378-3937. (A-106-3t-p)
POSTERS! Wholesale to dealers. Free
catalog. Distributor Inquiries invited.
San Francisco Poster Company. P. O.
Box 38036, Hollywood, Calif.
90038. (Alo6stp)
GUNS GUNS GUNS
Inventory over 450 Buy Sell
Trade Repair. Reloading Supplies,
Custom Reloading HARRY
BECKWITH, GUN DEALER,
MICANOPY, 466-3340.
(A-106-ts-p)
'.c* s
LUDWING DRUM SET complete
Model 9881Pcx Downbeat.
Including set of 4 Paiste 602 Cymbals
and drum stool Pearl Finish
Excellent condition Almost new
$475. 378-6746. (A-107-4t-p)
WOMEN'S Spalding golf dub set, 7
irons, 3 woods. Excellent condition,
S4O. 9 x 12 Umbrella tent, excellent
condition, $35.00. Gold I and aqua
brocade drapes, elegant, $5.00 per
panel. 376-0397. (A-107-3t-p)
1963 DUCAT I Motorcycle 125 cc.
Must sell; best offer. Don Miller.
376-9372, 417 East Hall.
(Alo3tp)
EGMOND 12string guitar.
Beautiful. Almost new. Sacrafice at
$85.00 or best offer. 3788071.
(Alo3tp)
1965 Scooter 90cc, electric start,
windshield, etc. Very low mileage,
excellent, $l5O. 3766670.
(Alo3tp)
MUST SELL: Gibson Amplifier, with
12" speaker, reverb, and tremolo,
excellent condition, $125. Call
376 9542 after 6:00 p.m.
(Alo3tp)
1966 SCOOTER, 150 cc, windshield,
electric start, turn signals, racks,
mirrors, etc. Very low mileage,
excellent, $250. 3766670.
FLYING TO FORT
LAUDERDALEMIAMI, $30.00
R.T. 1% HOURS FLYING TIME,
LEAVE THURSDAY 4/11,
RETURN SUNDAY 4/14. DON
KOZICH. 378-1863.
(Alo93tp)
MOBILE HOME 1964 Namco, 10'
x 55', 1 bedroom, small study or
childs room. $3,000 cash SSOO
down, payments of $67.18.
378-4615. (Alo9stp)
THE AMAZING Blue Lustre will
leave your upholstery beautifully soft
and clean. Rent electric shampooer,
SI.OO. Lowry Furniture Co.
(Alo92tp)
HONDA Scrambler 305, very good
condition. Engine has only 4300
miles. Helmet included. Call
3720958. Ask for Dave Mitchell
after 7. (A-109-4t-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.
(Blol lotp)
1 BR furn. apts. Heat-AC. Private
Patio. 376-1546. (B-108-3t-c)
AVAILABLE NOW. Cottage, two
large bedrooms accomodate four
responsible students. Very attractive
interior. Panelled living-room,
fireplace, dining-room. 11 NE 7th
St. 372-0093 or 372-1402.
(Blo6stp)
BEAUTIFULLY furnished Apt.
across from University. Central Heat
and Air. Wall to wall carpeting,
complete electric kitchen. 1236 SW
4th Ave. Apt. 3. 378-5278. $135.00
monthly. (Blo73tp)
APT. suited for couple or two
students located near mall. $75.00
per month, includes electricity and
water. Call 378 1776.
(B-1055tp)

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SUMMER quarter for rent
Furnished apt., AC, 2 blocks from
campus. $60.00 per month
completely remodeled just this year.
306L, NW 16th St. 376-1596.
(Blosstp)
ONE AND TWO bedroom furnished
apartment, CH/AC, Summer rates.
Call Vem Hinson. 378-2558.
(B-106-ts-c)
LARGE unfurnished 4 bedroom, 2
bath for family only. Quiet
neighborhood. 5 miles from
University. Large Yard. $125.
monthly. 2144 SE 41 Ave. Call
372-2648 or 376-5849.
(Blo74tc)
SUBLEASE Efficiency Apt. Modern,
AC, near Campus, $70.00 per month.
Available immediately. 3785438.
1222 NW Bth Ave. Apt 10.
(Blo Bstp)
BRAND NEW extra large furn. 1 BR
apt. Cent. Heat-AC. Full carpet,
large kitchen, private patio,
compartmented bath. 3761546.
(Blo3tc)
UNEXPECTEDLY available
immediate occupancy, 2 quiet
people, choice efficiency apt. across
from University. 321 SW 13th St.
(Blo9ltp)
EXTRA large, new 2 br. furnished
apt. Cent. HeatAC. Full Kitchen,
no park or noise problems.
376-1546. (Blo3tc)
3 Bedroom furnished house. Air
Conditioned, VA baths living room,
dining room, 2 garages, nice trees. No
lease required, $145 per mo. 928 NW
11th Ave. Call 372-8818. <
(Blostp)__
ROOMS for rent Comfotable corner
room, semiprivate bath, 2 closets,
kitchen, phone, garage, 2 blocks C.l.
378-4645. (B-109-It-p)
FOR SALE: All electric Home, 4 Bed
Rm., 2 bath with Den Paneled. All
Electric Kitchen and Paneled Florida
Rm. with Wood Burning Fire Place,
Large Living Rm., Brick Tri Level on
beautiful wooded hill. Phone
- 3057732330 after 6 p.m.
(Blo9stp)
WANTED
WANTED: One or two roommates
for Landmark immediate occupancy.
376-0516. (Clo2tp)
FEMALE roommate to share 2
bedroom Duplex apt. with 2 girls.
100 yds. from Norman Hall. $29.00 a
month. Air conditioned. Call
378-5254. (C-108-2t-p)
FEMALE roommate needed
immediately for French Quarter Apt.
$43.75 plus utilities per month. Call
Jan, Candy or Pam. 3767401. Apt.
111. (Clo3tp)
FEMALE roommate wanted: Age
2025 to share 2 bedroom furnished
block house. SSO mo. Call 3728901
or 378*8145. (C-108-st-*i)
WANTED Student Couple needing a
home. Private bath, bedroom and
meals in exchange for child care,
cooking and housekeeping services.
Two lovable daughers, 4 years and
first grader attending Littwood.
Leave name and number for
Professor Beard. 3783995 or
376-3211 Ext. 5603.
(Clo3tp)
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SPANISH tutor wanted. PhD
Candidate needs help to pass EST
exam on April 20. Call 3788401.
(Clo2t p)
MALE roommate wanted: Frederick
Gardens Apts. AC, Pool, Cable T.V.
Only $88.75 for Entire spring
Quarter. Call 378 2967.
(Clo7st p)
ONE OR TWO male roommates
wanted to share large 2 bdrm Luxury
Grtortown Apt. Immediate
occupancy. Contact Chris.
378-1226. (Clo7stp)
ONE OR TWO male roommates
immediately for French Quarter Apt.
55. Prefer students intending to stay
summer term but not necessary.
378-3449. (C-107-3t-p)

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HAVE YOUR own bedroom. Male
roommate wanted to share spacious
two bedroom apt. in NW section off
23rd boulevard. SSO a month covers
everything. Prefer upper classman or
graduate student. Air conditioning,
cable TV. Call 376-7659 for
information. (Clo9stp)
BABYSITTER needed Mon-Fri
from 12:00-1:30 p.m. for 2 year old
boy. $5.00 per week. Call 3726072
or come by 30523 Diamond Village
(Behind Jennings). (Clo9-It p)
COOPERATIVE LIVING, one block
off campus. SIBO.OO per quarter for
room and 3 meals per day. A truly
independent organization (for men
only). Openings now for Spring,
Summer, and Fall. Apply to
Collegiate Living Organization. 117
NW 15th St. or call secretary at
376-9420. (Clo9lOtp)
MALE ROOMMATE wanted to share
2 bedroom, AC, apt. near campus.
Quiet tfnd cheap. Have your own
bedroom. 1105 NW 3rd Ave. No. 13.
Call Bob, 376-4096. (C-109-It-p)
WANTED: Attractive coed Cook and
Dishwasher for three Law students.
Must be cute, creative and charming.
Call 378-1922. (C-109-2t-p)
HELP WANTED |
***** *********
ADVERTISING SALESMAN for the
Florida Alligator. Must have car and
be available for summer term. Good
pay, good working conditions, great
experience. Ad majors preferred.
Apply room 330 Reitz Union.
(E-106-nc-tf)
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WASHABLE KNIT
Model Kris Watson wears a brown and
white, 100 per cent dacron washable Butte
Knit. Cost: $26. From Stag *n Drag.
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Hats Dazzle In Spring

By GAY PAULEY
NEW YORK (UPI) Tis the
season when feminine thoughts
turn to hats.
These days, they're considered
more than coverings for the head;
they become, beguile, bedazzle.
And theyre made from an infinite
variety of materials today com compared
pared compared with the time, two cen centuries
turies centuries ago, when one encyclopedic
authority was referring to them
as womens wear of chips, straw
or cane made by platting (sic)
and sewing the plats together,
beginning with the centre of the
crown and working round till the
whole is finished . '
This same source wrote of
bonnets as in a general sense,
denoting a covering for the head,
in common use before the intro introduction
duction introduction of hats. See hat. Ob Obviously,
viously, Obviously, this was long before
Irving Berlin wrote his sonnet
about an Easter bonnet.
And in case youre interested,
a bonnet also in sea language is

an addition to a sail.
These and other oddments of
the season I garner from the first
edition of Encyclopedia Britan Britannica,
nica, Britannica, which calls itself the
worlds greatest know it all
and also the oldest encyclopedia
in continuous publication in the
English language.
The reference work is observ observing
ing observing its 200th anniversary this
year and to commemorate the
event has produced a replica of
its first edition a three volume
affair with 2,689 pages compared
with todays 24-volume series
with 28,000 pages.
The first edition ignored fash fashion
ion fashion as a term applied to feminine
style. The only reference was
to fashion pieces, in sea lan language
guage language . two compassing pieces
of timber. See transom.
But wont future editions of any
encyclopedia also be something
to study! Miniskirts and Twiggy
and false eyelashes and the pill
and the Beatles and LSD and the
flower children .

Turtleneck Ties Popular
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By PATRICIA McCORMACK
NEW YORK (UPI) ln this
turtleneck era, the tie counters
loss may be the jewelry coun counters
ters counters gain.
Celebrities started it. To dress
up their black turtlenecks, Tony
Curtis and Sammy Davis Jr.
donned waist-length
chain necklaces.
Designer Stanley Hagler got
the message and invented a tie
for turtlenecks. It also can be
worn with Mao jackets or Nehru
suits.
Hie tie is made of gold-cove red
brass, braided and twisted in a
way to encircle the neck and
hang stiffly down the front to
the waist, sparkling like semi semiprecious

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It cost S3O.
Hagler, four-time winner of the
Swarovski great designs in
jewelry competition, has some something
thing something even bigger and more ex expensive
pensive expensive for the turtleneck set
if they are interested.
This is a collection of medal medallions
lions medallions chained together like a
breastplate and hung necklace necklacestyle.
style. necklacestyle. The price tae on his
creation will be around SSO.
Men who want something less
gawdy to wear with the turtle turtlenecks,'"Mao
necks,'"Mao turtlenecks,'"Mao and Nehru togs al already
ready already are wearing turtle tacks
designed by Hagler.
These are two pins featuring
everything from lizard to lion
connected chain, and worn
off center at the neck.

You have to get the feel of
contemporary fashion to wear
these things, Hagler said in an
interview. If it's fun and youre
-.omfortable, then its for you.
The trend-setting designer a
native of Denver, Colo., was a
lawyer. But gave that up f or
jewelry and figures hes now
some combination of engineer
and architect.
Among trends he started:
Rings the size of ping pong balls,
many large rings on the one
hand alias brass knuckles look.
Many of his designs, modified and
copied, have shown up in lower lowerpriced
priced lowerpriced costume jewelry lines
through the years. r
He expects the turtleneck tie
and the medallion breastplate
to do the same.



Spring Shirts Bursting With Color

By WALTER LOGAN
LOS ANGELES (UPI) The
1968 Spring shirts have already
been described as a burst of
_ .super color. The 1968 Spring
neckties take the same super
colors but are brigher and
lighter and in most cases man manufactured
ufactured manufactured with the deeper tones
of the shirts in mind.
There was a lot of talk about
the Bonnie and Clyde look at the
recent joint conventions of the
Menswear Retailers of America

BY JOHN MEYER
Classic Styling

Classic styling to designs that
have the stamp of todays fashion
knack . thats the beauty
of the Holiday and Sleepwear
Collections from John Meyer of
Norwich!
In 1968 theres no doubt, the
campus brigade will march in
wearing the latest in hand handtailored
tailored handtailored neo-classics from day
into date. For night into morning,
John Meyer of Norwich intro introduces
duces introduces his undercover story and
bedtime story of complete co coordinates!
ordinates! coordinates!
For the bare essentials, there
are head-to-toe looks that match
foundation lingerie to mini-slips
and the like, but now the ri&ws
is in the bedtime story . all
wrapped-up in wash n wear .
Take the heavenly baby
gingham check night shift to wear
to the beach over swimsuits or
to sleep in the evening under the
stars. And there is delicate

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A Florida coed, wears a popular-style Vil Villager
lager Villager pant dress. It comes in navy, yellow,
and white stripes. The bonded cotton knit
can be found at Donigan's. She completes
the outfit with Bass Sunjun Sandals.

and. the American Institute of
Mens and Boys Wear and while
the influence is greatly exag exaggerated
gerated exaggerated in this talk there is a
definite feeling of the 20s and the
30s -- light ties against deep
tone shirts.
Some of the shirt manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers and tie manufacturers
have direct tie-ins, usually be behind
hind behind the name of a well known
designer such as Oleg Cassini
or John Weitz. In their cases
the ties are coordinated with
complete outfits the suits and

design creating a mood of inno innocent
cent innocent enchantment in a demure
pinafore night dress of pure
white.
Os course, there is the famous
Sweet William Print (a garden
of small blossoms) in a cool
sleeveless shift to dream in .
Lady-like shirts and matching
robes in a night owl print,
springy butterfly pattern, or
lively polka dot!
For the first brisk day come
crisp, fresh designs in a holiday
collection of com temporary
clothes that boast jacketed en ensembles,
sembles, ensembles, salty skirts and bold
striped sweaters, tailored pant pantsuits
suits pantsuits for the Honda set with
long, lanky jackets, in tender
colors, plus American plaids so
deftly designed in the inimitable
John Meyer of Norwich fashion!
Coordinating accessories include
sculptured dome hats, bangle
bracelets and swinging handbags.

the shirts.
A Market Survey:
Burma Bibas is one of the
largest and produces ties for
Weitz and Cassini and such lines
as Pauline Trigere, Schia Schiaparelli
parelli Schiaparelli and Prince Igor. In ail
five lines the colors were bright
and light and coordinated with
the deep tone shirts.
Weitz showed printed ties and
almost matching pocket squares
which bore the same design but
in an enlarged pattern. One group

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Points to remember: the six buttons, back belting, welted pockets
and wide notched collar. In a bold new Vycron polyester and
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of ties were printed with a type typewriter
writer typewriter motif rows of #*s,
ss, and cs for example. Newest
was his Ranchero, a square in
animal prints which is folded
and worn around the neck cowboy
style, held with a golden ring.
Cassini concentrated on high
collars for his shirts with such
colors as raspberry, mint and
lime green, fuchsia, orange and
gold.
Trigere, Prince Igor and
Schiaparelli brought in even more

high fashion colors in patterns
best described as swirling daubs
to tattersalls and stripes.
Wembley, another giant, co coordinated
ordinated coordinated its colors with acces accessories
sories accessories and outerwear. There
were bright earth tones such as
orange and rust with a great
burst of colors In shantung, both
stripes, solids and all over pat patterns.
terns. patterns. Suitmates included a
series of patterns and stripes in
the same shades as the
suits.

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New Clothes Interchangeable?

By WALTER LOGAN
NEW YORK (UPI) lts hard
enough these days to tell teen teenage
age teenage girls from teen-age boys and
Ben Kappel isnt making it any
easier. He has opened a store in
New York where all the clothes
are worn interchangeably by boys
or girls.
Take for example his long
flowered Nehru Shirt, made with
what is sometimes called a Mao
Tse-tung collar. A man puts it
on and its a sports shirt and
a jazzy one at that. If a girls
puts it on its a mini-skirt.
A few weeks ago Kappel, 2G,
was a rising young executive,
the associate merchandising
manager for a magazine. lie
wore Ivy League suits and but button
ton button down coHjlcsand his hair
and sideburns were neatly neatlytrimmed.
trimmed. neatlytrimmed. Now, his golden hair is
worn hippy style with long fuzzy
sideburns and he wears his own
clothing. 5
The change in his appearance
came when he decided to open
a boutique called Off The Wall
in New Yorks fashionable East
70s, a hangout for the singles,
boys and girls, who have turned
the area into the greatest meet meeting
ing meeting place since church socials.
Many of his customers are
hippies who come all the way
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picking daisies in your bare feet.

lage VIIlage a good 50 or 60 blocks to
the south. But the others arc
hippy minded neighborhood
teen-agers who have adopted a
style which swept Europe a year
or so ago old military uni uniforms.
forms. uniforms.
Kappels boutique is little more
than a hole in the wall with racks
holding such prized garments as
3 <>Q,7 U.S. Marine dress blues
< with a lot of crimson and gold),
UJS. Military Academy cadet
jackets, high school band uni uniforms
forms uniforms dripping gold braid.
Before he opened there was
A small press preview held in
plain sight of eager would-be
customers, some of whom
crashed the party and made a
bee-line for the uniform jackets.
They were ushered out, but asked
when the store would be in
business.
Kappels latest coup was the
acquisition of a stock of what
he called mini opera capes. They
are yellow velvet and are lined
with purple satin and are called
mini-capes because they are so
short. Young men wear them as
' capes. So do the girls, over
skirts so short youre not sure
whether theyre wearing the cape
and nothing else. He also has
English bobby capes.

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sition acquisition of what he called s Danish
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gold yellowgold and sold at Donigans. With the dress
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and wears navy Villager shoes. Her scarf
is by Vera.
Fashions Nostalgia
Labeled Nonsense

By GAY PAULEY
NEW YORK (UPI) To John
Weitz, fashions fliration with
nostalgia is nonsense.
To Adele Simpson, Americas
youth kick in clothes has
nothing to do with chronological
age, but with a persons outlook
on life, and zest for living it.
And to Rudi Gernreich, the
enfante terrible of the style
world, there is no longer one sil silhouette,
houette, silhouette, no one look that ever
again will dominate styles.
The three American designers,
innovators all, were among those
sounding off during a recent
roundtable discussion withfash withfashion
ion withfashion reporters on what is right,
what is wrong with current style
trends.
Fashions fiddling around
with the 19305, or any other
part of the past, is nonsense,
said Weitz, whose label goes on
all types of readyvto-wear for
both women and men.
So what has inspired any niitn niitnbes
bes niitnbes of designers in the spring
ready-to-wear? The Bonnieand
Clyde look of beret and open

jackets shown in a motion picture
set in the 1930s for one thing.
And what else? The Civil War
period, when a novels heroine
named Scarlett OHara was
wearing crinoline petticoats to
show off a tiny waist and fram framing
ing framing her face in big picture hats.
Revival of these fashions has a lot
to do, of course, with the revi revival
val revival of the movie, Gone With
The Wind.
Fashion has come to the point
of offering an assortment . .all
sorts of variations of styles,
said Gernreich, who shot to fame
with his topless swimsuit and
body-baring clothes in the spring
collections.
I dont think there will be one
silhouette, but all possibilities.
Like the mini now, and right
alongside it, the midi mid-calf
length.
There's a lot of what I call
mood dressing, said Mrs. Simp Simpson.
son. Simpson. You ask If the vouth kick
hasnt about bad it. I dont think
there, is, any chronological age
bracket these days.

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NEW LOGANNEW YORK (UPI) The big
fabric houses produce the news
in mens wear for Spring 1968
and one of the more interesting
is a new non-woven fabric by
Burlington Industries. It is cal l ed
Nexus and its the first such new
product in a couple of hundred
years.
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Mali machines invented in Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. These machines take yarns
and blend them together to create
brand new fabrics which are
stitched together to form layers
of yarn. Any fiber combination
can be used: rayon and polyester,
cotton and flax. etc.
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ing being explored. Most of the fabrics
are made with permanent press
with a soil release finish so stains
can be easily washed out.
Van Heusen, the first com company
pany company to use the new fabric con concept,
cept, concept, already has turned out a
preview collection of shirts and
slacks. The shirts, in white,
mauve, blue, avocado and orange,
have a sporty ribbed effect but
are light and soft. The slacks
come in gold, blue and natural.
A new fabric for teen-agers
isnt really new at all it
is the canvas look which came
Into being during the 1849 Gold
Rush when Levi Strauss took the
canvas he had intended for
covered wagon tops and turned
them into blue jeans.
The canvas look Is expected to
replace brushed denim and other
fabrics currently in vogue. Young

men like it because of the tight,
flat, trim look they can achieve.
Graniteville which developed it
for Levi Strauss gives it a San Sanforized
forized Sanforized and permanent press
finish.
A firm which calls itself Col Collars
lars Collars Now came up with
patterned paper collars to. be
worn with a neckband shirt. They
run anywhere from solid colors
through stripes, plaids, polka
dots and what have you. One had
a green snake curling around the
neck; another was trimmed with
painted butterflies.
Saxony, which specializes in
company blazers, came out with
a new collarless tuxedo to be
worn with the dress turtleneck
shirt. The coat is in double doublebreasted
breasted doublebreasted wool tropical and is
trimmed around the neck and
down the front with heavy satin.

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shoulder sportscoat that Jim Clark wears is
tailored by Nottingham in an interesting new
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Susan Silverman models an Arthur Cole black and white dacron
v polyester voile dress, with the new romantic feminine ruffled neck neckline.
line. neckline. Her companion, Jamie Sargeant, wears a Cricketeer double doublebreasted
breasted doublebreasted blazer with deep side vents of textured hopsack weave of
dacron polyester and wool worsted. Add a pair of white twill slacks
to- complete the great look. The shirt is a Hathaway Traditional
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wool, costing SSO. His pants are by Cov Coventry
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by Norman Hilton, The fabric is dacron polyester and fine wool
worsted in one of the new Spring shades of brass with a muted stripe.
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trees contrasted with the familiar lines of a
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lavender print in 100% Nylon. The drop waist
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Waistlines Have Returned!

By GAY PAULEY
NEW YORK (UPI) -- The fash fashion
ion fashion world has been so busy hoist hoisting
ing hoisting hemlines it looked as if its
leaders had forgotten waistlines.
But 10, theyre back in the
spring clothes collections, giving
strong competition to the unbelted
shifts and tents women had be become
come become used to. Belts show on
dresses, coats, blouse and skirt
combinations, in shiny patents,
crushed leathers, and fabrics.
Some of them are skinny one oneinchers,
inchers, oneinchers, others are wide and
wrapped obi fashion. And some
are built inside the garment to

Natural-Tint Hoisery
No Longer Popular
With College Coeds

Natural-tint hoisery no longer
dominates the stocking fashions
among college coeds. UF coeds
now rely on whole stocking ward wardrobes,
robes, wardrobes, with styles that can make
or break an outfit just like any
other accessory.
Fishnets are the most common.
Worn with almost anything of
a solid color, they are worn to
class, to dinner and to Frolics
with equal ease.
Most versatile among the new
stocking styles are the Opaques.
Vivid, untextured, and opaque,
these are not restricted to the
solid-colored outfits. A variant
of the Opaques, but on a dressier
level, are the Pastel Sheers.
For super-dressy events there
are two styles that must be

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make it hug the midriff.
If you're not yet ready to belt
it and tell the truth about your
waistline measurements, you can
still have the loose silhouettes.
Designers are aware that the
comfort of the tents and A-line
dresses are as hard to give up
as the extra helpings which put
those unwanted inches around the
middle. So they still offer a
choice, especially in the late day
and evening apparel.
The New' York firm of Burke-
Amey, for instance, pulls out all
stops on short jewelled formals
with full skirts and unfitted

mentioned, the Lace and the
Shimmer. If the dress is ultra ultrafeminine
feminine ultrafeminine and chiefly of one color,
Lace stockings are the latest
in. But if the dress demands a
more extravagent touch, then the
silver/gold Shimmer is it. How However,
ever, However, the sparkle should be limit limited
ed limited to ballroom chandeliers.
This leaves only the Window Windowpane
pane Windowpane and the Striped, both of which
are highly exclusive. The win windowpane
dowpane windowpane is usually seen under
short-short skirts, for no ap apparent
parent apparent reason (uless they are
heavy enough to make up for all
that lost skirt material). The
Striped, with the wide- wide verti vertical
cal vertical stripe darker than the rest
of this sheer style, is not only
dressy, but sophisticated.

shapes. Then it turns rigM around J
and wraps fabric, obi fashion,
around other simple little
numbers.
Burke-Amey is one of the
dozens of firms participating in
those semi-annual events for the
nations fashion reporters. These
are showings of everything in
new anoare 1 from hat to heels
New Fashions
Are Novelties
UF coeds view the new demure
look in fashions as a novelty
rather than a new trend. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville shops are stocking a few
of these longer skirts for sum summer
mer summer and some in wool for winter,
but the reign of the mini-dress
continues.
A typical comment of a coed
resisting the trend was: Im
not dropping my hemlines now.
Its a lot of time, trouble and
money. Besides I like the way I
look and feel with shorter
skirts.
Top designers are hoping to
recapture the demure appeal of
narrow ankles through fashions
which have them peeping out from
under the frills of a midi-length
dress.
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Coeds Seem To Prefer
Short Sk/rfs, Dresses

The newest mode in ladies
fashions according to several of
the national fashion magazines
is the varying hemline which
changes with mood.
Apparently the mood of the
Florida coed is short and happy,
for most of the girls interviewed
seemed to prefer the mini-length
skirts.
The miniskirt is still first in
popularity for classroom dress.
The trend this spring is lean leaning
ing leaning toward dresses that are more
fitted to the body. Waists are
coming up big, and already many
coeds have been seen wearing the
newest belted dresses with flared
skirts. Feminine fashions are
once again emphasizing the
curves which for so long have
been covered by tent-type dress dresses.
es. dresses.
The popularity of the mini minidress
dress minidress is due to a number of
reasons. It is all-purpose for it
can be worn both to class and
on dates, and is extremely com comfortable
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concensus seems to be that the
mini-dress is versatile.
Colorwise, the pastels are once
again predominant. Everything is
bright and fresh. Popular are
lime, yellow, pink and orange.
Outfits are set off with the cor correct
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coeds prefer wearing sandals or
stacked heels with matching
purses and often a bold watch
with a colorful band.
According to what the Florida
coeds like in clothing the mini-,
skirt fits the specifications,
short, comfortable and colorful.

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parties with a stem-slim formal. A scoop
neck tops an Empire bodice, accented with
a narrow velvet ribbon a Dansant original
in Junior sizes priced at $57. Mrs. Luther
Farmer also models white patent shoes by
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f help WANTED }
MALES Summer camp jobs in
North Carolina for eight weeks
Camp Pinewood, Hendersonville,
N.C. General Cabin Counselor!* or
Speciality Counselors (Water Ski,
Riflery, Archery, Tennis Waterfront
or Campcraft.) Write to: F. R.
Robertson, 1414 Felch Ave. Jax.,
Florida 32207. (Elo24tc)
MAKE UP slooslso WEEKLY
Throughout the nation college
students are in demand for summer
employment at U.S. resorts. Not only
is the pay good, but the hours usually
short and the after-hours exciting.
For resort directory of hotels,
restaurants, lodges, send SI.OO to
AmDisCo, P.O. Box 1362, Plant City,
Florida. (Elo72t p)
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA needs
nurses. Positions are available in
almost all clinical areas for part time
full time, temporary or permanent
registered nurses. Starting salary
$460. per month. Equal opportunity
Employer. Call Central Employment
Center 376-3261 Ext. 2101.
(E-1095tc)
BELLMAN needed part time
morning and evening shift. Apply:
Mr. O'Neal, Ramada Inn.
(E-1083tc)
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.
(E 101 lOt c)
AUTOS
X-KE Jaguar, top running condition.
Needs hood work, SI2OO. Archer Rd.
Village Trailer Park Alpha 8.
(Glollotp)
1963 FORD Galaxy 500 Convertible,
VB, radio, heater, AC, Power
steering, automatic transmission.
Excellent condition. $875. Call
378-3558. (G-109-3t-p)
1965 Volkswagen, radio and other
extras, red, fine condition. $895, or
$165 less than NAD A book. Call
372-2702 after 6. (G-109-2t-p)
JAGUAR XKI2OM Roadster. New
top, paint, and batteries.
Mechanically sound. Must sell, $550.
372-2742. (G-109-It-p)
1963 AUSTIN HEALEY "3000"
MKII, New top. Custom interior, roll
up windows, electric overdrive,
excellent mechanically. Call
372-0763 after 6:0 0.
(Glo64tp)
1961 FAIRLAIN. Perfect body
engine and interior. Excellent
turnpike car. New tires, $375. Call
372-9297 3:00-5:30. See at Archer
Road Village Park, Delta Ave.
Cottage 9. (G-108-st-p)
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PERSONAL
IS YOUR WIFE working to put you
through school? Give her a dignified
Bxlo CERTIFICATE OF
ACHIEVEMENT on parchmentlike
paper which honors her contribution.
Only $2.25. Wilset Co. Route 2,
Concord, N. H. 0330 l!
(Jlo6lOto)
NEW LEFT, Old Liberal, or just Up
Tight with the Draft: Beat the
Quarter System and get involved. Call
the Freedom phone: 378-3711.
(Jlosstp)
TO ALL cornflake loving,
shortsheeted, BSU Retreaters: Buzz
didn't do it; neither did Harold, or
Bob. Hope ya'll enjoyed the swim.
Boys ... Psychedelic Pamey and the
Flower Children. (J-109-It-)
ATTRACTIVE GIRL(S) to cook few
days a week for four male graduate
students in Luxury Apt. Have free
meals plus? 372-2182.
(Jlo9-3tp)
WITH APOLOGIES, John C. April
Ist is a sometime Day, but birthdays
are fun. A Happy year to we three.
Love, Friday's Mom. (Jlo9-Itp)
FEMALE German Shepard Dog
Owners lf it's.that time of the year
again, I have a well-bred, papered,
registered, excellent btoodlined,
German Shepard Stud available. Call
372-6162 after 7:00 p.m.
(Jlo92tp)
! LOST & FOUND |
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FOUND one pair of black framed
glasses black case lnscription
"Dr. S. Allen Garden, Miami", Found
at Wauburg. Call Dept, of Anatomy.
Ext. 5444. (Llo3tnc)
REWARD. Any one finding a Black
Bikini Bottom with Green Print
contact J.C. Box 13901 University
Station. Lost or blew off clothes line
Sunday. (Llo9ltp)
LOST: Nikkorex Zoom 35mfn
Camera. Brown leather case. Reward.
Call 376-9906. (L-108-3t-p)
FOUND Glasses in Women's room,
first floor of Med Science Bldg, about
3 weeks ago. Call 3767502 after
six. (Llo73tnc)
SERVICES
PRIVATE ART LESSONS in my
home studio for "Boys and Girls" 7
to 14 years. 6 lessons SIO.OO. Call
Mrs. Martin 372 7273.
(Mlo3tp)
TENNIS RACKET RESTRINGING,
satisfaction guaranteed. Free pick up
and delivery on and near campus.
Call M and R Tennis Services.
378-2489. (M-104-18t-p)
ALTERNATORS-GENERATORS ALTERNATORS-GENERATORSSTARTERS
STARTERS ALTERNATORS-GENERATORSSTARTERS Electrical systems
tested repairs. Auto Electric Service
603 SE Second Street. 3787330.
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INCOME TAX RETURNS ... $4.00
up. SPECIAL rates for Univ.
Students, Faculty and employees. At
REbel Discount, 1227 W. Univ. Ave.
3767430, 3786127, across from
Wolfies. (Mlollstp)
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,
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Asolo 'Servant:
Fun, Imagination
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By WILLIAM A. PERLEY
Alligator Feature Writer
Weve all heard of comic relief
relief from extended emotional
tension in serious drama but
what kind of relief is there in
a funny play?
The relief iq the Asolo Thea Theatres
tres Theatres production of Servant of
Two Masters is found only in
the Intermissions: two moments
of respite within almost three
hours of continual belly-aching
laughter.
Servant is an example of an
exuberant (almost acrobatic),
and highly imaginative sort of im improvised
provised improvised comedy which flour flourished
ished flourished in Italy during the sixteenth
century.
Around a loosely constructed
plot, which usually Involved a
love intrigue, circled a bevy of
colorful characters Identified by
their costumes as being a rascal rascally
ly rascally servant, a befuddled old cod codger,
ger, codger, a sententious doctor of law
or medicine, a bombastic soldier,
young lovers, etc. This type of
entertainment is commonly
known as the commedia dell*
arte.*
The commedia was an ex- #
traordinarily popular form of
theatre, and Italian troupes
spread its fame to England and
various countries in Europe.
Today we are most familiar
with commedia as its influence
is manifest in the plays of
Moliere, the seventeenth-century
French actor-playwright-mana actor-playwright-manager
ger actor-playwright-manager who made extensive use of
the techniques of the Italian
comedy in his social satires.
(UF audiences can see a Mo Moliere
liere Moliere commedia in the Florida
Players production of The
Imaginary Invalid, which is sla slated
ted slated for presentation immediately
after Luther.)
Servant of Two Masters is
the finest example of Eighteenth Eighteenthcentury
century Eighteenthcentury Italian playwright Carlo
Goldonis efforts to revivify the
commedia dell* arte at a time
when its popularity was waning.
Asolos Robert Strane, who
both translated and directed the
play, does great service to Gol Gol*

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DONALD HOEPNER
donls hope of repopularizing the
commedia in his ebullient,
brilliantly busy production of
Servant.
The play is done with an in incredible
credible incredible degree of energy, mad madcap
cap madcap hilarity, and inventiveness.
The action races around a basic
plot concerning two pairs of lov lovers
ers lovers who are actively or inci incidentally
dentally incidentally tangling themselves in
efforts to thwart obstacles to
their love. Disguises, intrigues,
eavesdropping, double entendre,
mistaken Identities, pantomime,
outright lies, gags in short, an
hilarious medley of mayhem is
the bill of fare.
Truffaldino, performed mag magnificently
nificently magnificently by Donald C. Hoepner,
caroms his way through it all
as the slapstick servant who
contracts himself to two mas masters
ters masters to double his chances for
a free meal.
In his multi-colored diamond
patterned costume complete with
brown-mask make-up and cap
topped with the Bergamese rabbit
scut, Truffaldino doesnt quite get
the meal he bargained for, but
he manages to get the other
characters to swallow a great
deal.
Asolo Theatre Festival has
been acclaimed as one of the
best repertory companies in the
country. Their performance of
Servant of Two Masters im impels
pels impels the nod of agreement.



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'Once Blue, Flanagans Future Now Bright'

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Editor
Jimmy Carnes turned loose a
gator Monday afternoon. The
gator was 6-2 and wore glasses.
But it pole vaulted 15-7.
The gator, Mike Flanagan, ate
up Baptist College with his vault
a school record.
And the beauty part is this
gator is still growing.
Flanagan will clear 16 feet
before the year is out, said
Carnes, and in about a year he
should be getting close to 17
feet.
Carnes also added Flanagan
will have a good chance for the
1972 Olympics. Flanagan is but
18 years old.
With all the acclaim that goes
with a record, Carnes added
another tidbit.
Mike would have done this
much earlier if he had the chance
to, said Carnes.
But Flanagan couldnt. The last
ttoo months the 6-2 Jacksonville

Its Chipper ~1
Time Again For UF
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Roy Harris, middle, is being shown what the UF is all about
by basketball coaches Dick Davis, left and Tommy Bartlett, 1
right. Harris, who guided Key West to the State Class AA crown,
is one of several big names basketball prospects who visited
the campus this past weekend.
This weekend has more of the same. One of the best in the
Country is the biggest, 7-3 Steve -Turner of Memphis, Tenn.
Turner will also bring one of his teammates from Bartlett High g
(oddly enough), Jimmy Conn.
iMr. Indiana, Billy Sheppard, will also spend the weekend
In Gator land as will Darryl Ceravolo, an All-State guard from

Baseball, Tennis Teams
Take On W & M Here Today

UF's baseball and tennis teams
will find William and Mary its
opponents today.
At 3 p.m., the Gator baseball
men will take a 10-3 record
against W&M. Florida sports a
4-1 conference slate. UF has been
off competition for a week and
will resume conference competi competition
tion competition against Auburn with a pair
of games here Friday and Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. ___
The Gator netters, on the other

native had a left leg that had
bruises, bumps, everything
except a healthy wing.
I first turned my ankle in
practice. I was off that for a few
weeks. Then when I was getting
back into shape again, I pulled a
muscle. Again I waited it to heal.
Just as it was coming around, I
stepped on a rock and turned it
again."
And so it goes. For two months,
Mike Flanagan only saw the pole
vault bar from its underside. But
legs have away of healing and
Flanagan is healthy again.
I think I can clear 16-6 or
16-9 before the year is out,
said the rangy sophomore, of
course if I do it will be luck.
Flanagan has already qualified
for the NCAA national meet (15-6
is the qualifying leap). But his
current problem is Tennessees
Steve Owens. Owens won the con conference
ference conference meet with a 16-5 jump.
Flanagan has four meets to
prepare for Owens and the con conference
ference conference outdoor championships.
And preoare he will.

hand, tackle WfM with a per perfect
fect perfect 9-0 season standard and in
search qf their 28th straight win.
The last time Florida lost in ten tennis
nis tennis was March 6 of last year
in Miami.
The Gators get a chance for
revenge this Friday, as the Hur Hurricanes
ricanes Hurricanes come here. 5
The five players used by ten tennis
nis tennis coach Buster Bishop have a
164-10 record over the last three
years. The team record stand
at an unbelievable 46-1.

MIKE FLANAGAN

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My leg still hurts a little but
after I get it bandaged up its
OK, said Flanagan, so if Im
still healthy Ill think Ill be
ready for Owens.
Both Carnes and Flanagan
agree a vaulter needs speed for
a sucessful jump and Flanagan
has it to spare.
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Ive had a 10.1 100, said
the Forrest High grad so Im
fast enough for a-pole vaulter.
But Im no Barry Handberg,
who clips off those 9.55, said
Flanagan.
Handberg didnt compete Mon Monday
day Monday because of an injury. But the
rest of the Gators, with the help

April 4, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

of Flanagan, took 11 of 18 events
to down the Baptists, 79-66.
Besides Flanagan's 15-7
breaking John Wadsworth's old
standard of 15-3,weightman John
Morton took two firsts. Morton
chucked the discus 170-5 and the
shot 50-7.
Other winners were Frank La Lagotic
gotic Lagotic in the two-mile, 9:20.5;
Grover Howard on the triple
jump, 45-1 1/2; Mike Burton in
the javelin, 197-1 3/4; Clint
Fowlkes in the 440 hurdles, :53.0;
Ronnie Jourdan in the high jump,
6-10; and the mile relay in 3:16.7.
The Gators next meet is this
weekend in Columbia, S.C. for the
State Record Relays.

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