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Workmen Help Assemble Carni-Gras Equipment-

Florida Carnigras
Begins Today At 4

By KATHIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
Rides, games, cotton candy,
noise, gaiety . all this and
more is waiting to be enjoyed.
The First Annual Florida
Carnigras opens today at 4 p.m.
across from the SAE Fraternity
house on Fraternity Row.
Todays opener will he high highlighted
lighted highlighted by a 5 p.m. bumper car
match between Student Govern Government
ment Government and the staff of the Alligator.
Both groups are expected to be
represented in full force at the
match in response to a challenge
issued last Wednesday by Student
Body President Clyde Taylor.
Charles Tickets
Now Available
Tickets for the Ray Charles
concert scheduled for Friday,
April 19, are on sale today at
the Florida Union Box Office.
The concert is planned for
8:15 at the Gym.
Tickets sell for $1.50 and
$2.25.

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Other rides will include the
worlds largest portable roller
coaster and the giant double
ferris wheel skydive r.
The hours for the Carnival
are 4 p.m. to curfew on week weekdays
days weekdays and from 10 a. m. to curfew
on Saturday.
Presale advance tickets for
rides will be on sale at six
tickets for $1 at the Reitz Union
Box Office until 4 p.m. After
that time, all tickets must be
bought at the gate at a higher
price.
All proceeds from the Carni Carnigras
gras Carnigras goes to the Dollars for
Scholars program, providing
loans to students needing
financial aid.
Members of AEPi Fraternity
donated SIOO to be used to buy
tickets for children at Sunland
Training Center.
One hundred children from
Sunland will be brought to Carni Carnigras
gras Carnigras on Tuesday, and another 100
will come Wednesday.
Fraternities and sororities
will provide escorts forthe child children
ren children while they are at Carnigras.

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THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

OF WOMEN STUDENTS

Shepherd Asks End
To 'Katz Domination

By HAROLD KENNEDY
Alligator Executive Editor
Charles Shepherd, ex-UF stu student
dent student body president and a student
leader in the state Democratic
party, called Sunday for an end
of domination' of the Asso Association
ciation Association of Women Students (AWS)
by the Office of Womens Af Affairs
fairs Affairs and the replacement of
Assistant Dean of Women Loyce
Katz as AWS faculty sponsor.
Shepherd made his statements
in a Speaking Out column sub submitted
mitted submitted to the Alligator Sunday
and letters sent to UF Presi President
dent President Stephen C. OConnell and
Dr. Lester L. Hale, vice presi president
dent president of student affairs.
Shepherd urged student gov government
ernment government to withdraw its recog recognition
nition recognition of AWS, to suspend SG SGsupplied
supplied SGsupplied funds going to it, and
if necessary, to charter a rival
organization that really repre represents
sents represents the women students of this
campus and not the Dean of
Women Loyce Katz.
Shepherds attack centered
around Miss Katz, who he claim claimed
ed claimed sought to dominate and con control
trol control every aspect of womens
activities and to turn UF coeds
from student government toward
the office of student affairs.
Miss Katz interfered with the
revision of the AWS constitution,
voiced basic mistrust* of stu student
dent student activities, and leads a
one-woman vendetta against stu student
dent student government, Shepherd
charged.
Miss Katz declined to comment
at this time. about the truth
of Shepherds charges or her
plans concerning them.
No other member of the UF
administration, student govern governmen,
men, governmen, or AWS could be contacted
at press time.
Miss Katz registered surprise
when informed of Shepherds
charges. Shepherd sent letters
to the Presidents office and
to the dean of student affairs.
But he apparently did not in inform
form inform either Miss Katz or the
Office of Womens Affairs.
Apparently, President O-
Connells recent decision that
members of the administration
are not to serve as advisors to
student groups hasnt trickled
down to the Dean of Womens
Office yet, Shepherd said.
As advisor to AWS, Dean
Loyce Katz has got to go, he
reasoned.
Under the guise of promoting
wome leadership on this campus,
she has, in fact, sought to dom dominate
inate dominate and control every aspect
of womens activities, Shep Shepherd
herd Shepherd claimed. ty
Things have gotten so bad
that some of the student leaders
have approached the administra administration
tion administration requesting that she be re removed
moved removed immediately. So far,their
efforts have been unrewarded,
because she still exercises bla blatent
tent blatent interference in the affairs
of one of the most important
organizations on campus.
Shepherd cited the recent re rewriting

writing rewriting of the AWS constitution
as an example of "Miss Katz.
She has the revision held up
while she took a course in con constitutional
stitutional constitutional law and actually re rewrote
wrote rewrote entire sections of the doc document
ument document to suit her own objec objectives,
tives, objectives, Shepherd claimed.
Miss Katzs favorite ploy is
to build distrust of student gov government
ernment government and then to substitute
the Dean of Womens Office as
the womens only true friend on
campus, Shepherd charged.
One source has quoted her
as saying the Dean of Womens
Office is like a foster parent
to AWS, Shepherd said. She
doesnt seem to understand that thatthe
the thatthe old concept of parents pat patriae

Marshall Jones
Open Hearing
Begins Tuesday

By RAUL RAMIREZ
Alligator Staff Writer
An open hearing that will be
Dr. Marshall Jones* final round
on his fight before the Faculty
Senates Committee on Academic
Freedom and Tenure will beheld
Tuesday at 3:45 p.m. at Mc-
Carthy Hall Auditorium.
The hearing culminates ten
months of controversy ignited
when Jones was denied tenure tenureor
or tenureor continuing contract by the
UF Personnel Board following
recommendation by then UF
President J. Wayne Reitz.
Tuesday the committee denied
Jones a summary decision in his
favor and arranged for the open
evidentiary hearing.
Jones says the open hearing is
what he wanted to begin with.
He claims evidence reinforces
his case.
According to committee mem member
ber member Dr. Paul Hanna, Jones will
open the hearing by presenting
his case, after which the univer university
sity university will answer his allegations.
We have tentatively scheduled
a secopd session for 7 p.m.
Tuesday in case both sides dont
have time to conclude their pre presentations
sentations presentations before then,** Hanna
said.
If both presentations are not
finished by a reasonable time
Tuesday, another session will be
scheduled, Hanna said.
Jones* counsel, Associate Pro Professor
fessor Professor of Law Stanley K. Laugh Laughlin,
lin, Laughlin, Sunday would not comment
on his plans for the hearing.
Jones said Sunday he didnt
believe we plan to call upon
any witnesses Tuesday. Asked
about Jones statement, Laughlin
siad it could possible be ac accurate.
curate. accurate.
According to counsel for the
administration Professor Robert
J. Farley, the university has been
working on the case since Decem December.
ber. December.

Inside
Need A Prog
Or Old Quiz?
See Page 4

Monday, April 15, '1968

riae patriae is dead, on this campus
and elsewhere.
Miss Katz dislikes student gov government
ernment government because that is one
group that is least likely to put
with her nonsense, Shepherd
claimed.
Shepherd's charges are the lat latest
est latest in a running battle between
Student and the Dean of Womens
Office.
A few weeks ago, a group of
coeds attacked Dean of Women
Betty Cosby for her overly
protective and archa4 attitude
about regulations governing wo women
men women students. The charges were
echoed by Student Body Vice
President Gary Goodrich and
other student leaders.

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MARSH ALL-JONES
. .gets hearing
He said they have talked to
students, faculty and police who
have come in contact with Jones.
Over the weekend, Counsel for
the university called upon several
Alligator staff members who have
come in contact with Jones or
quoted statements made by the
Psychology professor and Laugh Laughlin
lin Laughlin during the past year.
Staff writer Kathie Keim said
she was asked about some of
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Pat is a sophomore pre-med stu student
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UF Freshman Chairman
Os Black Defense Group

By HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Managing Editor
Patricia Davis, an 18-year-old
UF freshman from Daytona
Beach, told a press conference
here Saturday that she is now
chairman of Gainesvilles three threeweek-old
week-old threeweek-old Committee for the De Defense
fense Defense of the Black Community,
the all-Negro group which or organized
ganized organized a recent march on the
Alachua County Courthouse and
the Alachua County Jail.
The black defense organization
will, according to Miss Davis,
resist what it considers acts
of white racism.
Whether or not the com committee
mittee committee will use force in resist resisting
ing resisting such acts was a question
Miss Davis would not answer.
Mose Davis, a Negro activist
from Jacksonville, told the same
press conference that the Com Committee
mittee Committee for the Defense of
the Black Community will be
financed, at least partially, by
white store owners in the Negro
community who will make con contributions.
tributions. contributions.
Davis did not say if contri contributions
butions contributions would be on a voluntary
basis.
Davis, spokesman for the


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Florida Black Front, a group
which he is organizing, said
Gainesville has been designated
as a Project city this summer
by his organization. He added
that four other Florida cities,
including Tallahassee, will be
the focal point of the Florida
Black Front's Programs, aimed
at averting civil disorders,
during coming months.
It's one thing to say don't
riot but it's another thing to pro provide
vide provide alternatives, the Negro
spokesman said. Friction is not
necessarily between the black
and white communities but be between
tween between the black and black.
Davis said that established
Negroes in Gainesville and other
Florida cities dont relate to the
masses. The Florida Black Front
will aim its program, he said,
at getting upper class Negroes
and Negro professional and re religious
ligious religious leaders, who Davis said
represent the black establish establishment,
ment, establishment, involved in the black
power movement.
Davis said Gainesville has been
selected for such a program
because of the acceptance of
the black student body at the
University of Florida to be con concerned
cerned concerned about the black commun community

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ity community which surrounds it.
He said the program will be
set up using Negro students to
amalgamate the Negro masses
and the Negro establishment.
Davis claimed the Florida
Black Front currently has 300
members.
White people who want to avert
violence in the cities can only
try to civilize the uncivilized
among their own race, Davis
said.
He added that whites should
be ready alsd to provide tech technical
nical technical assistance with no
strings attached.
Davis said that once the Negro
establishment had been amalga amalgamated
mated amalgamated with the Negro masses
and the Negro establishment has
addressed itself directly to the
problems of Gainesville neigh neighborhood,
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Tish said Sunday. It has great
sentimental value.
The blonde coeds loss oc occurred
curred occurred when she want swimming
recently at the university pool.
Much to her chagrin the top to
her S2O bikini was missing when
she arrived home. She wasnt
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She advertised in the Alligator
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I guess whoevers got it i s
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the Alpha Omicron Pi (AOPi)
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appointment disappointment in her voice, i
really want it back since its the
best suit I have,* she said, in insisting
sisting insisting the ad isnt a gag.



DURING SUMMER QUARTER

Course Offerings Increase

By JANIE GOULD
Alligator Staff Writer
Summer quarter operations
will be run on a bigger scale
than was previously predicted,
a check of various campus
division has revealed.
Board of Regents Chairman
Chester Ferguson said in Janu January
ary January the universities would not be
able to finance a normal pro program

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That was before the special
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lature Legislature in which nearly $250
million was appropriated for edu education.
cation. education.
There will be a respectable
increase in course offerings and
faculty, said Dr. Roy Lassiter,
assistant vice-president of
academic affairs.

curricular activities and/or aca academics,
demics, academics, have a i least a 2.0 over overall
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credit.
Bob Harper, chairman of the
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viously previously that only 35 per cent of
the faculty would be hired for
the summer, as compared with
the usual 50 per cent.
The summer budget, which is
included in next years budget,
has not yet been completed, so
Cost Study
Begins Today
All UF offices today begin a
10-day survey on the use of copy copying
ing copying and duplicating machines.
Each office with such equipment
is required to submit a log of
its usage daily to the Purchasing
Division, 204 Tigert Hall.
The Purchasing Office has dis distributed
tributed distributed yellow logs for copying
machines and blue logs for dup duplicating
licating duplicating machines. Objective of
the study, part of a statewide
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use of such machines, develop
guidelines for their use, and to
gain new information to help
select and place such equpment
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specific course and faculty allo allocations
cations allocations are not known.
But we know itll be bigger
than we thought, said Lassiter.
However, there will most likely
be a drop in enrollment, with
about 7,000 currently enrolled
students returning for the sum summer,
mer, summer, Lassiter added.
There could be as many as
1,000 new students, though, said
Vernon Voyles, director of
records and registration.
Last year, 9,500 students went
to summer school, but Voyles
attributed that number partially
to students who wanted to finish
up on the trimester system.

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Page 4

Hearing
m M FA6C ONE
the stories I have written. They
asked me If quotes appearing on
a story I wrote were accurate
and If I could remember what
these people had said and would
verify it, Miss Keim said.
Alligator Managing Editor
Harvey Alper was Interviewed for
over an hour Sunday.
Questions were put to me and
I was engaged in conversation
as to my own opinion on the
Jones case, Alper said. He
added that absolutely no pres pressure
sure pressure was put on him by the
university counsel.
Alper said the lawyers had in informd
formd informd him he might be called
upon to testify during the open
hearing.
This is a very difficult
situation for a student to be in,
Alper said, between the ad administration,
ministration, administration, the faculty, and the
deep blue sea.
The probability exists that
by testifying in this case I will
hurt myself in the eyes of at
least one faction on the university
campus, he added.
Alper said that nevertheless it
was his duty as citizen of this
university community to testify
If called upon.
I hope I am not asked what
I think about the case, Alper
continued, as what I think has
no bearing whatsoever on it.
Staff writer Dave Reddick said
the lawyers talked to him Friday
and showed interest in a re recording
cording recording of an interview with
Jones taped after the psycho psychology
logy psychology professors release from
jail April 7.
Jones said his arrest for block blocking
ing blocking traffic during a civil rights
demonstration should have no
special bearing in his case.
If any, it would be only a quan quantitative
titative quantitative one Jones said, in that
It will increase the number of
times I have been arrested from
two to three.
Hanna said the findings of the
committee would be submitted to
both parties for comment before
submitting them to UF President
Stephen C. OConnell, as provided
in senate by-laws. He said this
would take around two weeks.

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By EVAN LANGBEIN
Alligator Staff Writer
Have many MS-102 exams
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So read the ad in Fridays
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This particular student badly
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A question arises. Is this stu student
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Hie answer to the question is
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In a telephone conversation In
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Dr. William Gager, who
teaches the MS- 102 course,
was asked about the fair fairness
ness fairness of this students file.
It is unfortunate that all con consclenctious
sclenctious consclenctious students are not
offered the same opportunity to
receive learning aids, but It cant
be controlled, I guess, he said.
Gager said that students should
have equal access to the old progs
and quizzes. They strengthen a
students learning situation, he
said.
Dr. John McQuitty, head of the
Board of University Examiners,
said a file cannot constitute a
violation of the Honor Code so
long as it is equally available
to all students.
McQuitty said, however the
progress tests on sale at the
bookstore rarely go back beyond
one or two quarters. He said
there Is not much demand
for progs beyond that.
Progress tests in the library
do go back several years although
I do not know how readily avail available
able available they are to all students,
he added.

McQuitty cautioned that stu students
dents students may be mislead by old
examinations which where given
before the university swithched
onto the quarter system. Several
of the C-courses he said have
been extensively changed.
The physical science course,
for example, has been completely
reversed. What used to be taught
last is now taught first, he
said.
McQuitty said that the Book Bookstore
store Bookstore used to sell progs which
were several years old, but
It was found that there were not
many students who bought them.
We used to give all our progs
to the Bookstore by assignment
whereby they would try to sell
all they could and give us back

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those which they couldnt. We now
sell all our progs outright
to them, he said.
McQuitty related that Dr. Dan Daniel
iel Daniel Kelly, a C-3 professor, is
responsible for distributing old
progs among the six dormitory
libraries on campus.
Kelly said that for each test
given ten progress test are placed
in every dorm library. Students
may use them for as long as
they wish, but they may not
take them from the library, he
said.
The chances that the tests
will stay in the libraries are
good. At least I have never heard
of it being otherwise, Kelly said.



REVIEWS
MOVIE

'The Party
By JERRY SILBERBERG
Alligator Campus Living Editor
Every so often a picture is made that is rated for artistic achieve achievement
ment achievement or original screenplay.
If awards are ever given out for movies dealing with insanity, then
Peter Sellers* The Party* will definietly win the award.
The movie, which concerns the bumbling of Peter Sellers as a
Hindu movie actor, is filled with very clever slapstick comedy from
the accidental blow up of a movie set to an overflowing water closet.
Good supporting roles are given by newcomer Claudine Longet
(vocal version of Love Is Blue**), as well as Stephen Franken
(Chatsworth Osborn, Jr. from the old Dobie Gillis series).
Claudine, who is as good looking as she sings, just adds to the set
decoration (which is just superb).
Franken, playing the part of a completely soused waiter, delicately
stumbles through the swimming pool (indoors of course) and con constantly
stantly constantly gets choked (well in three different scenes) by his superior
(a muscle-flexing-man-in-the-bathroom) maitred.
TTie highlight of the picture is when the party gets invaded by a group
of teenagers (one of them being the daughter of the hostess) and a
slogan-painted elephant. The hilarious insanity that follows should not
be missed (as well as the bump and grind and gyrating dancing maid).
The flock of characters that came to the party included a balding
publicity agent who tries to put the make on Claudine Longet who rebuffs
him for Peter Sellers.
The slightly (probably over) gay hairdresser who prances and minces
after the hostess, has to be seen for his sweetness.
There is Cowboy Kelso, with full padded shoulders and probably
a girdle binding him -in. His hair has been neatly hot-combed (and
blond), and crushes Sellers hand every time they shake hands.
The cute senorita the cowboy is with does a lot for the picture. She
never says anything you can understand, but her physical attributes
make up for this.
With the arrival of a Russian dance group, one gets the idea the
picture is one play for Smirnoff 100 proof vodka. Some of the Ruskl
dolls arent exactly the Russian peasant woman, one is, but what
the heck.
The hit of the picture is the slogan-painted elephant. The graffitti
includes such witticisms as Chicken Little Was Right, Go Naked,
and If It Moves Fondle It.
Go and see the Party, and be laughed that you did.

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By ROY MAYS
Alligator Staff Writer
College newspapers are afraid
to say anything but underground
papers must have some purpose
besides just slandering people
according to the editor of In Insight,
sight, Insight, and underground paper in
Los Angeles.
Cary Scutt, a sophomore coed
at Pierce Junior College, near
Los Angeles was in Gainesville
during the Easter break and talk talked
ed talked about the three-wo man pro project
ject project called Insight.
The idea for the paper started
when a group of Pierce students
met with an English professor
to start a paper which would more
express the feeling of the stu students.
dents. students.
What we came up with was
nothing but a bitch sheet
knocking everyone. It was ridicu ridiculous
lous ridiculous so three of us decided to
start one just to show how stu stupid
pid stupid they were.
The Purpose of publication
according to an editors note in
the first issue, is to give people
an opportunity to express their
opinions. The form of expression
may not always be agreed with withthis
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us some Insight into your inner
character.
While the staff is liberal we
run conservative items when we
get them.
Insight is distributed free
mostly in the parking lot.
We found a nice little old
man in Los Angeles who publish publishes
es publishes it for us.
lnsight isnt really an
underground paper except in the
sense that if the administration
knew who we were they would
kick us out of school.
The attempt at secrecy has
resulted in all writers using fic ficticious
ticious ficticious names and letters to the

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editor in the first issue referring
to items in the previous issue.
Cary's chief gripe about col college
lege college papers is their fear of
taking a stand.
I wrote an article on drugs
in which I told of my personal
experience with drugs. Hie edi editors
tors editors cut so much out there wasn't
tors cut so much out there wasn't
anything left.
After Junior college Cary plans
to enter the UF and major in
Journalism.
Will Insight come with her?
Possibly, if there is enough
interest, and we can find a
printer.

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oaly la ths oolumns below. Other materiel la this Issue may
reflect the opinion ct the writer or cartoonist and not necessarily
that of the Florida Alligator unless specifically indicated.

Bloody Murder

Everybody screamed
bloody murder.
Yes, they screamed
bloody murder when the
Alligator late last winter
had the courage (they called
it gall) to print something
that everybody already
knew.
They all screamed
bloody murder when we
said there were illegal ex examination
amination examination files on this
campus and that other study
material was being illegal illegally
ly illegally and immorally used.
They even talked about
canning us.
Then, in January, they
screamed bloody murder
again when the Alligator
uncovered a missing final
examination in American
Institutions.
Even the Honor" Court
was mad; first, in Decem December,
ber, December, they tried to get an
Alligator editor to reveal
his sources and in January
they immediately sought
possession of the stolen
examination.
But nobody, yes, nobody,
was willing to admit that
we had a problem here.
They all said that the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator was just out on
another crazy crusade.
They said we were wrong.
Well, they arent saying
that anymore.

Misplaced 'Yield 1 Sign

The UF police depart department
ment department is always on the job
when it comes to giving
parking tickets or catching
speeders. But, what are
they going to do when two
cars become very close
friends at the intersection
of Newell Dr. and North-
South Drive, near the UF
stadium.
Specifically, the yield
sign which is placed for
those turning right before
the stop sign is incorrectly
placed. As drivers, we are
still not sure who is to
give the right of way.
Cars go through without
looking and one day there
going to be one

Vice-President for Stu Student
dent Student Affairs Lester Hale
was given marching orders
in December. He was told
by President Stephen C.
OConnell that a complete
investigatioh was to be
made into the Alligators
allegations and if these al allegations
legations allegations proved untrue the
newspaper would have to
apologize and steps would
be taken to prevent such
statements being made in
the future.
We dont intend to debate
freedom of the press with
the president here. Let it
suffice to say he probably
owes us an apology.
For Hale concluded his
report by saying the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator editorials, which mo motivated
tivated motivated his investigation,
have served a very good
purpose in drawing atten attention
tion attention to the use and misuse
of the files as study aids.
Now, further investiga investigations
tions investigations are going to be made
into the whole concept of
file systems.
And the UF has, simul simultaneously,
taneously, simultaneously, been assured
that it does in fact have
a responsible student press
which doesnt intend to be
afraid of anybody or any anything
thing anything so long as it has truth
on its side.

whopper of an accident.
And why not?
Well for one thing, the
sign should be moved
closer to the right turn so
that drivers will at least
slow down (which they dojab/t
do right now).
Second, since the right
turn is to relieve traffic
congestion, taking this
preference away would be
disastrous, especially dur durin
in durin the heavy traffic hours.
The Alligator urges that
the traffic problem at the
Stadium intersection be
corrected. The lives we
save, might very well be
/ our own.

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THE AMERICAN DREAM

'Why Not Nixon?

Half mealy-mouth, half bad-mouth,
Richard M. tricky dicky Nixon is slogging
back to the Whitehouse gate to have an another
other another peek through the grating.
A dark horse sure-loser at any odds,
he'll be groomed for the running anyway.
And why not? What else has the GOP got
to ride, with Rockefeller full of indecision
and Romney riding into the political sun sunset?
set? sunset?
It should, by rights, be undersood that
when a political party doesnt have any anything
thing anything to offer, its best bet is to wait
for the next election or a miracle.
The GOP has only had two miracles
in the last twenty years: Eisenhower's
election in 52 and his re-election in 56.
True to form, the Republican party wont
wait for a miracle or the next election.
Either the proverbial elephantine memory
blanked our four years ago with Barry
Goldwater or the GOP is truly the refuge
of the political masochist.
If its any reflection on Republican
desperation, incidently, Gainesvilles own
contribution to the new awareness, the
Young Republican Club, has taken to the
classified ads to advertise for new mem members.
bers. members.
Needed for the party, the ads read,
politically conservative, morally liberal
(?) coed . active guys . no dogs . no
creeps. It almost seems as though the
Republicans, at least locally, were trying
to get by on their good looks which in
Nixons case would prove an insurmount insurmountable
able insurmountable handicap.
Whether covered with spittle in Caracas
or holding his last press conference after
a well-deserved political defeat, Nixon is
scarcely the picture of calm reason.
When a situation calls for objectivity
and diplomacy, Nixon is there with sput-

Alligator Staff

DAVE DOUCETTE
Assistant News Editor
JERRY SILBERBERG
Campus Living Editor

BY UNCLE JAVERNECK

tering indignation. When it calls for deliber deliberation,
ation, deliberation, he speaks without thinking. When it
calls for certainty, he rivals Eisenhower
for ambiguity.
If an indication of Nixons incapacity
could be taken from experience, it would
lead directly to the fumbling insincerity of
the 'sos when he and The Readers Digests
political analyst, Dwight Eisenhower, played
partners on the American Dream.
It was Nixon, along with Ike and the CIA,
who hatched the plot which, a few years
later, came to be known as the Bay of
Pigs Fiasco.
Policy-wise, he has a whole store of
disasters for the future.
With the possible exception of George
Wallace, no one has so completely managed
to talk around the race issue. His sole
contribution in that area has been a variation
on that classic LBJism, Its against the
law to break the law.
Where Vietnam is concerned, Nixon has
said very little but one suspects that he
would be happy, even jubilant, to have five
more tons of bombs per square mile dropped
on that country, send half a million more
troops over, and make it the fifty-first
state.
If, by some lucky chance, any one of a
number of other GOP politicos were to
throw his hat into the ring, he would be
a cinch to run ahead of Richard Nixon. If
that doesnt happen, than its also a cinch
that whole herds of traditional house housebroken
broken housebroken Republicans will dutifully vote for
him.
In the midst of all the bleating this
summer, it might be well to remember
one thing: the U.S. Consitution calls for
a Republican form of government, not a
Republicans form of government, especial especially
ly especially when that Republican is Richard Nixon.

GLENN FAKE
Editorial Assistant
JOE TORCHIA
Entertainment Editor



the fifth column

Campus
Observations

If Theodore White Is doing another Making of the President for
68 he has to be the most exhausted man in America.
Bobby Kennedy will be the next president unless Rockefeller can
somehow get the GOP'nomination.
The Fifth floor balcony of the graduate library is the best view on
campus.

Once Mickey Mantle retires,
my interest in baseball will be
zero, and it used to be an ob obsession.
session. obsession.
What is it about a high-powered
car that makes a simpy punk
think hes tough? Some sort of
substitute virility symbol? Along
the same lines, why do kids
wear fraternity (sorority) sweat sweatshirts?
shirts? sweatshirts? Do they think it adds to
their image or vice versa?
Fall by the Land of a Thousand
Dances (Plaza of the Americas),
if you feel like watching people.
Theres trouble in paradise,
or, the law school is seething
with discontent from the faculty
on down to the students.
The Gainesville syndrome is
Floridas version of the Chinese
Water Torture Test; it slowly
but surely breaks you down.
I hope Florida doesnt get too
big a pre-season build-up in foot football;
ball; football; thats an instant kiss of death
as any Miami fan will tell you.
The riots after Dr. Kings
death may have spared this
country from far worse riots
later on when the summer would
have really been hot. Generally
once a city has a riot, no matter
how small, thats it for the sum summer.
mer. summer. Baltimore, D.C., and
Chicago had never been hit be before,
fore, before, and most officials secretly
expected far worse then what has
occurred so far. If the assasin assasination
ation assasination had occurred in the middle
of the summer the destruction
would have made Detroit and
Watts look like beach parties.
I generally lump girls who chew
gum and guys who chew tooth toothpicks
picks toothpicks into the same class.
I have yet to see a guy wind
up marrying the honey he pinned
his freshman year.
Everytime I walk into the Reitz
Union I feel as though Im tres trespassing.
passing. trespassing.
I see where Clyde Taylor has
challenged The Alligator staff
to a bumper car duel. Remember
his full-page campaign ads about
the main issue being maturity?
And why hasnt Student Govern Government
ment Government made any statement or in investigation
vestigation investigation into the sordid Boyer
affair and the resulting dis disclosure
closure disclosure of thinly -veiled official
discrimination over at the Law
School this is one issue that
shouldnt be allowed to die.
I dig Lilly Pulitzers dresses
and copies of her slacks for
men will catch on in about a year.
If Leroy Collins isnt elected
Senator then the people of Florida
will just compound the mistake
they made when they elected
Claude Kirk.
Excluding Collins andGoldner,
I would rejoice if someone could
show me one Southern politican
who is devoted to anything more
than his own brand of soft-spoken
racism.

BY JASON STRAIGHT

An Apathetic Community

MR. EDITOR:
The first Negro faculty mem member
ber member at the UF College of Law
recently left our community after
threats to the safety of his life.
Some members of the student
body and some members of the
faculty have expressed feelings
of indignation, outrage and a deep
sense of shame that such an in incident
cident incident would occur.
I would offer no indictments
of any individuals or of any group
ALLIGATOR
BRAMOSITIES
By LEWIS ROTHLEIN
'> Alligator Staff Writer
Here is a problem to test your
time sense. The following state statements
ments statements are all mixed up and have
to be put into a logical time
sequence. Os course you would
get them all eventually, so what
you should do is look at them
all closely, then try to do it
under five minutes. (Hint: a. is
#l, and s. is #l9) Hack away.
a. He received the catalogue.
b. He opened the package.
c. He tried out a second.
d. He wrote for a dozen.
e. He mailed the letter.
f. He found all twelve.
g. He looked up the price.
h. He awaited the package.
i. He used every one.
j. He sealed the letter.
k. He saw what he wanted.
l. He counted the contents.
m. He enclosed a dollar.
n. He opened the catalogue.
o. He tried one out.
p. He received the package.
q. He used up another.
r. He turned to the price list.
s. He ordered some more.
Now for the answer to yes yesterdays
terdays yesterdays Dusenbury was a
midget He could only reach
up to the fifteenth button on the
elevator panel going up but
coming down, to hit button one
would be no problem.

MR. EDITOR:
*
Could you please tell me what Clyde Taylor has been doing In
California for the last few days? Furthermore, he Is spending
students money for a nice leisurly trip. He seems to be following the
Habits of Gov. Kirk who also saw fit to vacation with Public funds.
What is the purpose of such a trip, what will it accomplish?
NAME WITHHELD
fW

OPEN FORUM:
AfLiaml ViMmt
There is no hope for the complacent man."

Clyde Following Claude?

Please Say Something,
President O'Connell

MR. EDITOR:
The following is a copy of a
letter sent to UF President
Stephen C. OConnell:
Following your lead I have re remained
mained remained silent, reserving judg judgment
ment judgment on your do-nothing pro proclamations
clamations proclamations concerning the tenure
of Dr. Jones and the more re recent
cent recent question of the role of the

that could or should offer any
remedies for this situation.
There may be none.
But I would question some
values that on reflection seem
to permeate our society.
I recall the indignation and
outrage when a football coach in
Louisiana left his position. The
imploring, cajoling, inducing and
finally the threating of that in individual
dividual individual to remain at his position
were of such magnitude as seem seemingly
ingly seemingly to affect the vital Interests
of the state. But then professors
are not football coachs and do
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May God Bless Our
UF Housing Contracts

MR. EDITOR:
Allow us to express, from the
bottom of our standardized
hearts, our earnest appreciation
to the University Division of
Housing for benevolently out outstretching
stretching outstretching their open arms, and
alleviating our housing worries
for one full year (thats four,
count them, FOUR quarters).
How generous of our landlord
in the sky to provide, for a
small fee, a warm, cozy room
in the Paradise known as Univer-

University in the teachers
crisis. It is certainly easier to
withhold judgment on a man who
takes no action than on one who
blunders through. However, one
must finally evaluate the errors
of omission as well as com commission.
mission. commission. Both a profound silence
and a bizaare proclamation is issuing
suing issuing from your office prompts
this letter.
Your most recent statement

I recall the vocal and united
effort of the people of Kentucky
to retain a basketball player in
that state to the point of taking
out full-page ads in newspapers
supported by prominent people
throughout the state Imploring
this individual to remain in his
native state at a salary that many
men wotild work a lifetime for.
He is a Negro. But alas, pro professors
fessors professors are not basketball
players.
I recall the recent outcry for
law and order, the demands to
stop riots, to make our streets
safe from crime, and I hear the
cries of outrage at civil dis disobedience
obedience disobedience and senseless de destruction
struction destruction by looters and rioters.
and I wonder where are
these crys of outrage that a man
should have to leave a community
because he deigned to teach.
If I do indict anything or any anyone,
one, anyone, I would indict our apathy,
the apathy of our society and of
our community and I would in indict
dict indict some of our values and lastly
I would feel ashamed.
DAVID M. CHERRY, ILW

sity Housing Residence Halls,
nestled in the midst of the local
Federal Roach Preserve.
Upon signing our housing con contracts
tracts contracts we realized we were
securely delivered into the om omniscient
niscient omniscient supervision of our om omnipotent
nipotent omnipotent overlords; to these
blessings were added the as assurance
surance assurance that their wisdom will
guide us for twelve (count them
twelve,) full months. Should we,
through the temptations of
worldly sin, become desirous of
abiding elsewhere, the Guiding
Hand of University Housing will
set us back on the straight and
narrow with the reminder that
our contracts bind us to in inhabit
habit inhabit these heavenly domiciles
for 365 (count the, 365) consecu consecutive
tive consecutive days. 1 **
Yours in contentment and
happiness,
BRYAN HENRY, JR., 2UC
DAVID R. CRITCHFIELD, 2UC

Monday, April 15, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

that respect for law is the most
fundamental of all virtues" is
a profanation of the spirit of
the American constitution. Ap Apparently
parently Apparently you place love of status statusquo
quo statusquo above love of country. Our
nation was founded not only on
disrespect for existence of un unjust
just unjust laws but on the violent over overthrow
throw overthrow of the authority which es established
tablished established these laws.
In the spirit of Dr. King, we
must re-new our faith in the
capacity of our people to put
an end, non-violently, to the gross
injustices generated by evil laws.
You are aware professionally that
one peaceable American way to
effect change is through the
violation and legal testing of law.
I therefore ask you to re reconsider
consider reconsider your statement.
I hope further, for your sake,
that you are able to rise above
your apparent committment to
procedure," status quo and
silence by issuing a meaningful
statement concerning Professor
Boyers departure.
JUDITH M. LEVY, 7AS
The Killers
Os The Dream
MR. EDITOR:
The following is not in response
to an inane editorial, but is rather
a com ment on a tragic condition.
Last month the Presidents Ad Advisory
visory Advisory Committee on Racial Dis Disorders
orders Disorders issued a report condemn condemning
ing condemning white racism as a prime
contributor to racial unrest. Ex Except
cept Except for Atlanta and a few other
cities no immediate action was
taken to eliminate the causes and
the manifestations of racial un unrest.
rest. unrest.
Last week the staunch advocate
of civil rights and non-violence
was murdered by the racism
that still pollutes this country. At
that time anentire nation whether
as a result of guilt, compassion,
hypocrisy, or fear mourned the
death of Martin Luther King. Yet
the Killers of the Dream still
walk around free as if they had
pulled the trigger. They arm
themselves with guns, hiding
them under their shoulder pads
in the Stadium dormitory. They
arm themselves with pat phrases
such as when they behave as
savages they are no longer
blacks, but niggers, and when they
almost behave domestic then they
are nigras."
Last summer America saw a
preview of a civil war, that
wont be averted by liberals
wearing black arm bands, but by
humanity helping the Negro into
the twentieth century. But per perhaps
haps perhaps the helping condescending
hand stage is past and the re revolutionary
volutionary revolutionary violent phase is in.
In any event it is difficult to
look at the tragic faces of
mourners touching a dead Dr.
King and think that non-violence
is still the means.
Yet one great man is free,
free at last while his people are
still slaves. Racism and slavery
is not gone with the wind but
remains to fan the fires of Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, Chicago, and Gainesville.
A solution: yes: stamp out
racism and slavery by volun volunteering
teering volunteering now to work with the
underpriveleged and illiterate.
If not have pleasant and tragic
time being engulfed in violence.
IRA BRUKNER

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FR-60476 after 5. (A-114-3t-p)
1967 650 cc Triumph, Must sell. Call
Pete, 372-9307. (A-115-2t-p)
SCIENCE FICTION book collection
25 Hardbound volumes. Call
3728675 for list Prices variable.
(Alls3tp)
ROBERTS TAPE RECORDER,
Stereo Model 1630; New Condition;
two dynamic mikes; Philmore bulk
tape eraser; $300.00 value $150.00
cash. Call Bill Massey 3787783.
(All3stp)
GUNS GUNS "GUNS
Inventory over 450 Buy Sell
Trade Repair. Reloading Supplies,
Custom Reloading HARRY
BECKWITH, GUN DEALER,
MICANOPY, 466-3340.
(Alo6tf-p)
FURNISHED 1 bedroom apt.
Available'.lmmediately Near Campus,
$65.00 month water furnished.
Phone 372-8819. (B-2t-114-p)

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HONDA SCRAMBLER 305, very
good condition. Engine has only
4300 miles. Helmet in- eluded. Call
3729358, ask for Dave Mitchell
after 7. (A-109-4t-p)
TWO CUTE, friendly, 4 month
halfDoberman Puppies. Distemper
shots, wormed. Male and Female.
$20.00 each. Call 378-8687 after 6.
(All4stp)
1965 HONDA S-90: 5000 miles,
runs perfectly, well cared-for.
Convince yourself. $230.00. Call Ned
or Sandy, 3729289. Room
473.(A1163tp)
TYPEWRITER, Model Remington:
Quietriter good condition $30.00
or best offer. 3769440, after 6:00
p.m. (All62tp)
SUZUKI 1966 150 cc in good
condition. Has electric starter and is
very dependable. First $325, takes it!
Call Jim at 372-7834.
(All6stp)
64 Bonnevile 650 Extra Chrome
including bell Helment Need Cash
$475. PH 372-5169, after 5 p.m.
(All62tp)
FOR SALE or Trade for Car of equal
value late 1966, Super Sport, Vespa
Scooter, See at Marathon Oil
Company anytime. Phone
466-3300. (All66tp)
1967 YAMAHA 250 cc, CANDY
APPLE RED WITH CHROME TRIM.
Low mileage, well cared for. Call
378-7903 after 5:0 0.
(All46tp)
1966 SUZUKI, 50cc recently tuned
$120.00. Smith Corona electric
portable, one year old $50.00 please
contact Joe at 3784707, 929 S.W.
13th Street. (A-114-st-p)

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FOR SALE
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8' x 27' 1966 PATHFINDER
TRAILER Suitable for single
student or couple. Cal! 3763915
between 4:30 and 8 p.m.
(All3stp)
SW: ARCHITECTURALLY
DESIGNED HOME, central heat and
air with large family room two large
bedrooms, two full baths, built-in
kitchen and carport. SI,OOO down,
$125.00 per month. No qualifying.
372-0328, S.W. 10th St.
(All3stp)
FOR SALE: Classical Guitar, like
new. Call 376-3429 (Rick) after
6:00 p.m. (A-113-4t-p)_
AKAI 4 spd. tape recorder (same as
Roberts 770 x) 3 Internal, 2 External
speakers. 3M Model 70 Photo Copier.
Never been used. S T Rice.
378-3977. (A-116-st-p)
FOR RENT
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SUBLEASE SUMMER: Upstairs
twobedroom "Sin City" Village
Park Apt. Great condition.
Excellent parking. Call 3787265
NOW. (Bll3stp)
WILL SUBLET nicely furnished Air
Conditioned office June, July,
August close to campus. 372-8998
(Bllsstp)
FURNISHED 2 bedroom apartment
in Landmark to sublease for summer
quarter. 114 baths, AC, on the pool.
Call 378-3117. (B-115-st-p)
MUST immediately sacrifice
furnished two bedroom apartment at
Universtiy Gardens. Retail $170.00
mo. Ready to accept best offer thru
June with option on new lease.
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AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY One
bedroom furnished apartment with
central heating andairconditioning,
private patio, drapes and rug.
Apartment only three months old.
Located two miles south of campus
on 3425 S.W. 24th St. Can be shown
anytime. Ext. 5872 or 2011 during
days, 3761134 after 6 p.m.
weekdays, anytime weekends.
$105.00 per month (Bll6stp)
SINGLE room for male student one
block from Matherly Hall. Central
A/C, Maid service and linens
Telephone. 372 6263.
(Bll63tp)
MOBILE HOME spaces for rent, nice
shady lots, located in Micanopy.
$25.00 monthly. Phone 4663300.
(Bll66tp)
SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM Apt.,
wood paneled, patio, AC. Available
immediately. Free rent until May Ist.
$105.00. Village 34 Apt. 22.
376-6600. (Bll33tp)
TWO BEDROOM apartment just one
block from campus. Air Conditioned,
nicely furnished. Available May 1.
Call 378-3060. (B-114-3t-p)
SUBLEASE FURNISHED Apt.
Modem Air contioned, TV Cable,
quiet. Available July 1. Prefer
married or graduate students. Village
34, Apt. 15, $lO5 per month.
376-6777. (B-114-st-P)
SUMMER SPECIAL, 1 bedroom
furnished apartment, heat AC,
private patio SBO.OO a month, 2
bedroom, furnished extra large new
central Heat and Air, island kitchen
extras, $125. Call 376-1546.
(B-115-ts-c)
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house on Archer Road opposite
Stengel Field Airport. Married
student only. $65.00 per month for
long term tenant. Water furnished.
Phone 372-9903 (B-113-st-p)
| WANTED
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 to share 2 bedroom
apartment with 2 others. Immediate
occupancy. No lease. All utilities
paid. $50.00 per month per person.
Directly above Gator Groomer. Come
by and see any time after 3:30 p.m.
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I WANTED
LIVE FREE AT VILLAGE PARK
Malt room mats wan tad
August Move in immadiataty pay no
rant untl May. Cal 376-9017.
(Cll 4
ROOMMATE wantad immadiataty at
Williamsburg Townltouaa Apt.
Luxury living. Cal Mary at
3726978, 2000 S.W. 16th St.
(C-11Stp)
WANTED: 2 Mala roommates to
diare 2 bedroom apartment with 2
premads at Unfcersity Gardens for
this Quarter. AC/CH, stereo, pool.
Call 378-1921. (C-112-st-p)
MA.E ROOMMATE wantad: own
bedroom in large apt Located 3
blocks from campus. $30.00 a month
plus 1/3 utilities. 303 N.W. 15th
Terrace. 378-5836. (C-116-3t-p)
FEMALE roommate for Landmark
Apt Preferably fall and winter
quarters 196869. Can arrange for
Apt. Spring quwter. Cal 3726198
or 378-8563. (C-114-st-p)
FEMALE roommate wanted move in
now. Stay through June or August.
April rent free. ViHage Park. Call
378-8458. (C-115-3t-p)
GIRL needed to iron diirts,, pants,
etc. SIO.OO or $15.00. Itam
depending. Call Kathy or Laa at
378-8628 after 5:30 p.m.
(CHls2tp)
HELP WANTED I
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RECEPTIONIST for pediatric office.
Write stating permanence, experience
and references. P.O. Box 573-A,
Gainesville Sun. (E-115-ts-c)
WAITRESSES: Must be 21, Part time
and full time drift available, evenings
only. Apply Gino's Italian Restaurant
- Experience helpful but net
necessary. 376-1322, 2204 SW 13th
St (Ell2tfc)
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, Rank
111 or better, sday a weak, top
salary beginning May 1. Phone
376-2563. (E-114-3t-p)
ADVERTISING SALESMAN for the
Florida Alligator. Must have car and
be available for summer term. Good
pay. oood workino conditions- erect
experience. Ad majors preferred.
Apply room 330 Reitz Union.
(E-106nctf)

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help wanted. Must be over 21. Apply
m person between 3 and 5, Woodys
Sandwich Shop. 3458 West
University. (E-116-ts-c)
HELP WANTED ~~MALE Men's
clothing Salesman, 5 day work week,
or part-time. Profit sharing and
discount privileges. Salary
commensurate with experience.
Apply Wilson Department Stores,
Inc. (E-1165tc)
J AUTOS |
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IS. T t 3, Need wortt but runs
(backwards and forwards.) $166.00*
. C,H 3764969.
(GTl3stp)
FORD. New battery, new brake
jeo, new starter good tires, good
engine, recently tuned. Dependable
transportation. $lB5. or best offer.
Call Don 378-8640. (G-112-st-p)
1965 Volkswagen, radio, heater and
other extras, fine condition. Priced
for quick sale $895. Call 372-2702
after 6 p.m. (G-115-2t-ol
1963 SUNBEAM ALPINE. Wire
wheels, tonneau, new convertible top
DESPERATEI Need money to pay
debtsl $600.00 or best offer.
378-4869. (G-116-st-p).
VB FORD, 1953, Standard Shift,
good tires, heater, $85.00. Call
378-6231, or see at 722 SE sth Ave.
(Gll2stp)
1964 Chevrolet Impaia Convert able.
Excellent condition, white,
automatic transmission from visiting
professor who left U.S.A. Best offer.
Call 372-0143. (G-114-st-p)
1964 TR4?New rugs, uphostary,
excellent mechanical condition,
body, paint in very good shape;
asking $1,050. 378-6395.
(Gll4lOtp)
STINGRAY CONVERTIBLE, 1965,
Both tops. Power steering, windows,
brakes, antenna, AM/FM Radio, air,
4speed. Excellent condition, Must
5ei1,52,900. or Best offer See at Arts
Shell Station or Call 3785443
anytime, leave message
.(Gll4 stp)

AUTOS
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ALPINE CONVERTABLE Series 111
top. Tonneau, premium tires,
radio, runs good, must seN $600.00
or best offer. 3785443 anytime
leave message. (G-114St-p)
FOR SALE: 1963 VW, Runs good,
recent tuneup; leapt up wall. Asking
$725. Call 372-6484.
(All43tp)
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INTERESTED in helping organize
and/or participate in a campus
Community Service Organization?
Call 376-3261 Ext. 2984,
7:3010:00 p,m. (Jlls3tp)
THOUGH IT MEANS occasional
sacrifice we're proud that our men
have maintained a 3.58 average. We
love you Thomas D Sweethearts.
Ull6ltp)
RALPH F., SPE, you have a Tiger by
the Tail, but P is worth holding on
to. (Jll 6 Itp)
LOOKING FOR KIND, sweet,
understanding co-ad to help divorced
student adust to single life. No Joke.
If interested, sand particulars to P.O.
Box 853 Gainesville. (J-4t-116-p)
TENNIS RACKET RESTRINGING,
satisfaction guaranteed. Free pick up
and delivery on or near campus. Call
M and R Tennis Services. 3782489.
(Mlo4ltp)
SEEKING CHEAP THRILLS?/
SPECIAL TWO-DAY HIGH ONLY
$5.. when you dig the sports car
racing action at the GOLDEN
CROWN PRIZ SCCA National qrorts
car races, April 20-21 at Femandina
Beach Municipal Air-port Tickets at
Reitz Union Box Office. Check
student group discount rates!
(Jll6stp)
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Campus Living

Monday, April 15, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

Students And
The Draft

By JERRY SILBERBERG
Alligator Campus Living Editor
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is the
first of three parts on students
and the draft between World War
n, Korean and Vietnam wars.)
Hie student 2-S deferment
became a regular presidential
order on Aug. 25, 1951. In March
of that year, the President's
order, #10231 was am mended to
continue deferment.
A college student is granted
an automatic "2-S" deferment
provided he is in good standing
with his academic institution.
If he has not, in the opinion of
his local board, made sufficient,
his classification can be altered
to "1-A."
Compulsory military service
is required under the Universal
Training and Service Act, as
am mended. The law, first enacted
in 1948, was extended in 1955
to July 1, 1959.
The deferments of students has
been a traditional Selective Ser Service
vice Service concern. Since 1951, the
system has tested more than,
600,000 college students. The
result of the test provide local
boards with a guide in consider considering
ing considering students for deferment.
! During WW n, specifically in
May 1942, there was the es establishment
tablishment establishment of the "new army
deferment plan." This plan al allowed
lowed allowed men to finish college; and a
man could be registered with
an army enlisted reserve corps
on an inactive basis. After grad grad|
| grad| uation from college he was placed
on active duty or sent to officer's
candidate school.
During November of that same
year, the drafting of 18-19-year 18-19-yearold
old 18-19-yearold boys became a question of
Increasing insistance. Several
prominent persons in national
leadership said that the boys
must be drafted, and still others

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denounced the scheme as being
vicious. What was the answer to:
"What will be the effect upon
the boys if they are thrown into
army life?" "War is crude;
brutal and brutalizing; and savage
1 recrudescence of the jungle."
(author's note: If this was the
opinion of WW n, what opinions
do leaders have of the "war"
in Vietnam?)
The country also faced the
problem of taking men out of
college. Educators had seen that
taking the men would have serious
effects on our national existence.
Fe. 15-22, 1944, marked
another date in the establishing
of a new draft plan. There was a
call for 10,000 students, but oc occupational
cupational occupational deferments -- pre preprofessional,
professional, preprofessional, medicine, dentis dentistry,
try, dentistry, veterinary-surgery, and the theology
ology theology were established. The
Army Specialized Training Pro Program
gram Program (ASTP) offered special
training for engineers, chemists,
physicists, geologists, and geo geophysicists.
physicists. geophysicists.
{
Old Texts
Available
Gainesville's Supt. of Schools
W. S., "Tiny" Talbot announced
Thursday at the Alachua County
school board meeting, that there
are thousands of old textbooks
which are available to individu individuals,
als, individuals, charitable groups or govern government
ment government agencies.
"If I can't give them away,
they must be buried under six sixfeet
feet sixfeet of ground. I can't burn them
'cause that's against state regu regulations,"
lations," regulations," Talbot said.
Anyone interested in these
books should contact Tom Mc-
Rorrie, at 872-4391 before May 9.

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

CAMPUS CALENDAR
Monday, April 15:
Student Government:
Carni-Gras, Radio Road,
4:00 p.m.
Fla. Players: initiation, Constans
Theatre, 6 p.m.
Program Office: dancing lessons,
245 Union, 7 p.m.
IEEE: Mr. Mayberry, Job
Interviewing and Its
Opportunities, 310 EES,
7:10 p.m.
Gator Amateur Radio Club:
meeting, 525 E&I, 8 p.m.
Everyone interested in
amateur radio invited.
DAIRY SCIENCE CLUB: Mr.
J.B. Strickland, Fla. Dept.
Agri. Future of the Dairy
Industry, Dairy Science
Bldg., 204 at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, April 16:
Student Government :
Carni-Gras, Radio Road,
4:00 p.m.
Political Forum: state senatorial
canidates, Union Aud., 4 p.m.
Tuesday Evening Supper Club:
dinner, Holiday Inn, 7 p.m.
Membership open to singles
over 21
Program Office: bridge lessons,
Union 150 C, 7 p.m.
Semper Fidelis: meeting, 361
Union, 7:30 p.m.
Program Office: travel film, 363
Union, 7:30 p.m.
Gator Sailing Club: meeting, 347
Union, 8 p.m. Election of
officers, all members please
attend.
Wednesday, April 17:
Student Government:
Carni-Gras, Radio Road, 4
p.m.
U of F Symphonic Band:
Twilight Concert, Plaza of the
Americas, 6:45 p.m.
Fla. Speleological Society:
meeting, 361 Union, 7 p.m.
Tryouts for Fla. flayers
production of Imaginary
Invalid,Constans Theatre, 7
p.m.
AIA Film Series: Antonio
Gaudi and Pompeii &
Herculaneum, 103 B AFA,
7:30 p.m.
Newman Club: Dr. Maurice
Jurkiewizz, Tissue
Transplants: What is the
Morality of Transplants?"
Catholic Student Center
Lounge, 7:30 p.m.
Maccabee Student Organization:
Ist organizational meeting,

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355 Union, 7:30 p.m.
U of F Veterans Club: meeting
349 Union, 7:30 p.m._
Circle K: meeting, 357 Union,
7:30 p.m.
Young Republicans: guest
speaker, Dr. Marshall Jones,
362 Union, 8 p.m.
UNION BOX OFFICE
Tickets are now on sale for
Ray Charles, Jerome Hines,
Drew Pearson and Mark
Lane.
Tickets go on sale Monday, April
15 for Agnes Moorehead who
will speak April 26. Tickets
are SI.OO for students, $1.50
for faculty, staff and
children, and $2.50 for
general admission.
.-'ADMINISTRATIVE
NOTICES
PROGRESS TESTS: Students
in the following courses are
expected to take the following
tests. Each student must bringaNo.
2 lead pencil and will berequired to
use his SOCIAL SECURITY
NUMBER.
CPS 123: Thursday, April 18,
7 p.m. Students whose last
names begin with (A) report to
Floyd 104 or 109; (B) to
Peabody 1,2, 4,7, 10, or 11;
(C) to Leigh 207; (D) to Little
121 or 125; (E) to Little 113;
(F) to Little 227, 233 or 235;
(G) to Peabody 101, 102, 112,
or 114; (H) to Peabody 201,
202, 205, or 208; (I-J) to Flint
110 or 112; (K) to Walker 202,
209, 211 or 213; (L) to Little
201, 203, 205 or 207; (M) to
Little 213, 215, 217, 219, 221,
223 or 225; (N) to Little 237;
(0)to Little 239; (P-Q) to Flint
101 or 102; (R) to Floyd 108;
(S) to Walker Auditorium;
(T-V) to Little 101 or 109;
(W-Z) to Walker Auditorium.
CY 201: Thursday, April 18,
7 p.m. Students whose last
names begin with (A-L)report to
Matherly 2,3, 4,5, 6,7, 8,9,
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, or 16; (M-Z)
to Matherly 102, 105, 108, 112,
113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, or
119.
WANTED STUDENTS
eligible for the College
Work Study Program. Jobs
available for clerks, typists,
animal care and lab. Jobs for

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students with chemistry and/or
biology background. Contact
Student Employment, Room 23,
Tigert Hall.
THE STATE PERSONNEL
BOARD has set up an appeals
procedure effective April 1,
1968, for all state employees
who have six months or more
satisfactory service snd hold
career positions with the state of
Florida (University included).
Any employee has a right to
appeal to the Career Service
Council any suspension,
dismissal, demotion, reduction
in pay, layoff or transfer by the
University. The employee shall
be given in writing, by certified
or registered mail, a notice of
such action. The notice shall also
advise the employee of his right
of appeal. For details on the
procedures for processing
appeals, employees should
contact their department
chairman. AH departments have
been furnished with copies of
the appeals procedure, and a
training program has been
conducted covering the material.
Additional copies of the appeals
procedure are available from the
Personnel Division, located on
the second floor of the Hub.
GENERAL NOTICES
Travel Meeting: if you are
going to Europe this summer
and need some answers come to
a meeting Tuesday, April 16 at
7:30 p.m. in 363 of the J.W.
Reitz Union. Movies, slides and
answers will all be there.
RECRUITERS FOR PEACE
CORPS will be outside the-
Games Room of the Reitz Union
and in the Service Booth across
from the Hub between April
22-26.
ALPHA PHI OMEGA, men's
service fraternity, will have its
smoker for all service-minded
men Monday, from 7 p.m.-9
p.m., in Room 357, Reitz
Union. For information, call
372-5654.
FR E S HMEN MEN
PLANNING TO MAJOR IN
AGRICULTURE are eligible to
win the Dan forth Freshman
Award which is a two-week trip
to American Youth Foundation
Leadership Camp at Stoney
Lake, Mich., Aug. 11-25. For
information contact Dr. Everett
L. Fouts, Ext. 2861 or Jim
Giles, Ext. 2532.

RECRUITERS FOR
VOLUNTEERS IN SERVICE
TO AMERICA (VISTA) will be
outside the Games RdOm of the
Reitz Union and in the Service
Booth across from the Hub
between April 15 and 19.
rLA CEMENT NOTICES
Students must be registered with
the Placement Service to
interview. Sign-up sheets are
posted two weeks in advance of
the interview date at the J.
WAYNE REITZ UNION Room
22. All companies will be
recruiting for June and August
graduates unless indicated
otherwise.
APRIL 15:
FLORIDA STATE ROAD
DEPARTMENT. CE. Must be
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Monday, April 15, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Editor
To Jimmy Carnes, the Florida-
Kansas track meet is still the
greatest meet ever to be held
In the South.'
One couldnt tell by the score,
KU beat the Gators 95 1/2
48 1/2. And the crowd was but
2 500, coach Carnes had expected
10,000.
But it was the greatest over overall
all overall competition ever in the
South, Carnes added.
I thought my boys reacted
very well to national com competition,
petition, competition, Carnes said.
We scored more points
against Kansas than UCLA (42)
did in a dual meet, Carnes said.
UCLA finished runner- up in the
national outdoor championships
last year.
UF plays the best in the nation
in football, Carnes continued.
And if we want to be the best
in track we have to run against
the best.
Carnes plans to host another
national track power next season,
Villanova. Villanova, who won
the national indoors this spring,
have not signed a contract yet
but indications are very favor favorable.
able. favorable.
They want to run here very
much, Carnes said. And in
communication with them, it
looks like theyll come.
Besides Kansas, Carnes had
other national trackmen prep prepstyle.
style. prepstyle.
Carnes entertained the Souths
fastest high school miler Jack
Nason from Orlando. Nason has
a 4:13 time to his credit.
Rick Bowers, from St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Northeast, was up to tour the
UF grounds. Bowers brought
along impressive credentials, a
47.9 clocking in the quarter quartermile.
mile. quartermile.
Carnes also had Canadas
Ken Hamilton, a two-miler with
a 9:13 time. Dave Whitmer,
Georgias state cross-country
champ, also visited UF.
All of the outstanding preppers
saw outstanding times at the UF UFKU
KU UFKU meet Saturday. Kansas took
11 of the 17 first places but the
Gators still scored impressively.
The biggest was Bob Lang in
the 880. Lang set a school record
in the half mile with a 1:50.6.
I was extremely satisfied that
Bob could do that well, Carnes
said. But Im just as impressed
w ith Don Hale.
Hale took afourthwitha 1:51.4,
hi s best time.
Dan Flynn also gave Carnes
some smiles in the mile. The
njured Frank Lagotic was far
rom form in the event but Flynn
snarred a second with an out outstanding
standing outstanding time of 4:12.
Dan has turned in good time
hut nothing as good as this,
Carnes exclaimed.
John Morton took two events,
tte discus and the shot put. Tbe
discus went in 187-5 and the shot
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Bob Romer also gkve Carnes
grins in the discus with a 161
toss, good for third place.
Until this year that heave
would have been a school
record, Carnes mentioned.
UFs next meet is this Satur Saturday
day Saturday at Tallahassee in the Gulf
States Invitational. Florida State
will host the four-team field:
Alabama, Auburn, Mississippi
State and UF.
THE RESULTS
Shot put l, Morton (F);
2, Knop (K); Gorham (F); 4.
Vogel (F); 56-1 1/4.
440- relay -- Kansas, :40.9.
Mile l. Kathol (K); 2, Flynn
(F); 3. Lagotic (F); 4. Grindal
(K); 5. Taylor. 4:07.9.
High hurdles -1. Stevens (K);
2. Adams (K); 3. Schiller (F);
4. Devenny (F); 5. Fowlkes (F).
14.1.
Broad jump l. Gaines (K);
2.Whitley (K); 3. Burton (F);
4. Taylor (F); 5. Howard (F);.
23-7.
440 l. Julian (K); 2. Meade
(K); 3. Schickel (F); 4. Hatcher
(K); 5. Gallagher (F); :47.9.
Pole vault l. Hamilton (K);
2. Sarrett (F). 15-0.
100 l. Olison (K); 2. Jackon
(K); 3. Whitley (K); 4. Schiller
(F); 5. Brown (F). :9.7.
High jump -1. Jourdan (F);
2. Gaines (K); 3. York (F); 4.
Turck (K). 6-8.
880 -1. Lang (F); 2. Ferrell
(K); 3. McClain (K); Hale (F);
5. Griendal (K). 1:50.7. (school
record)

IN THE SOUTH

Javelin l. Burton (F); 2.
Bozell (F); 3. Shelley (K); 4.
Holm (K); 5. Warren (F). 222-10.
Intermediate hurdles 4.
Fowlkes (F); 2. Fannin (F); 3.
Oakes (F); 4. Stevens (K). :52.7.
Discus throw l. Morton (F);
2. Knop (K); 3. Romer (F); 4.
Voegl (F). 187-5.
220 l. Olison (K); 2. Hatcher
(K); 3. Jackon (K); Carson (F);
5. Brown (F). :21.1.
Three-mile l. Petterson
(K); 2. Cunningham (K); 3. Ol Olson
son Olson (K); 4. Lagotic (F); 5. La-
Rene (F). 14:41.3.
Tripple jump l. Gaines (K);
2. Whitley (K); 3. Howard (F);
4. Purdum (F); 5. Devenny (F);
48-7.
Mile relay Kansas, 3:13.4.
(First three places only count
in scoring on 5-3-1 basis)

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The Florida team has three
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!, The Florida Alligator, Monday, April 15, 1968

UFs Scrimmage
m j m
Produced Good Bad

UFs third football scrimmage
Friday night before a visiting
group of Florida Sportswriters
produced the pleasant and un unpleasant.
pleasant. unpleasant.
The pleasant were a plenty
tailback Larry Smith smashed for
three touchdowns on runs of one,
five and 20; Larry Rentz passing,
Tom Christians running. The Theteam,
team, Theteam, led by quarterbacks Rod
Kennell and Glenn Bryan, per performed
formed performed better than in the past.
Tne unpleasant UFs bugaboo
injury. Split end Teddy Hager,
a standout all spring at that posi positions
tions positions and defensive halback,
broke his left hand while diving
for a pass. His status for the
remainder of the drills in un unknown.
known. unknown.
Easter Bunny
Drops Eggs
On Fuller
The Easter Bunny came early
but sadly for baseball coach Dave
Fuller.
In two games with Miami Fri Friday
day Friday and Saturday, Fullers Gators
received two eggs, dark-colored
and rotten.
In Easter Bunny terms, the
eggs werent the best, and for
Fuller they werent even that
two losses, No. 3 and 4 this year
to Miami.
The scores were 5-4 and 9-5
and dropped the Gators season
record to 11-7. But Florida still
has a crack at the conference
championship with a 5-2 slate.
Fuller also got another rotten
egg, that wasnt on the score scoreboard.
board. scoreboard. Nick Nicosia, UFs lead leading
ing leading hitter at .575, separated his
shoulder Saturday in a collision
with rightfielder Dale Turlington
and will be out for an indefinite
period.
Melnyk Sends
Golfe rs To No. 2
LAS CRUCES,. N.M. Number
one Gator golfer Steve Melnyks
long drives jumped Florida from
eight place to tie for second
in the New Mexico State Invi Invitational
tational Invitational Tournament this week weekend.
end. weekend.
round of any player in the
tournament as he boosted himself
into the number three individual
spot with a two-under-par 69.
This round gave him a total of
216, tieing the previous tour tournament
nament tournament record.
Only Ben Kern of New Mexico
State and Hal Underwood of Hous Houston
ton Houston bettered Melnyk as they tied
at 215- Kern went on to defeat
Underwood on the third hole of
a sudden-death playoff. *
Floridas final round of 293
tied them with New Mexico State
at 890. The Houston Cougars,
defending NCAA champions, won
the team title with an 881 score.
Other Gator scored were John
Darr, 77-73-71-221; Rick
Spears, 74-75-74-224; Hal Hut Hutchinson,
chinson, Hutchinson, 80-74-81-235; and Wen Wendell
dell Wendell Coffee, 77-81-78-236.

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Head coach Ray Graves wasnt
pleased with the scrim manges,
calling it our worst of the
spring.
<, ** We still have problems in our
defensive secondary and of offensive
fensive offensive end, Graves said.
The Gators now have two
Orange and Blue benefit games
on tap to end spring practice.
One is for next Saturday and
the other Saturday week. Pro Proceeds
ceeds Proceeds from the games will go
to the Dollars for Scholars pro program.
gram. program.
Georgia, Fla.
Sign Pact
S,
Georgia and Florida will con continue
tinue continue to play football together
in Jacksonville for at least four
more seasons.
Starting with the 1969 season,
the two teams will alternate as
home team. Florida will be the
host team in 1969.
Georgias Joel Eaves, and
Floridas Ray Graves, the
universities athletic directors,
announced jointly of the agree agreement
ment agreement late Saturday.
Two Frosh
Win Nationals
GREENVILLE, N.C. Two
UF freshmen swimmers took high
spots in the National AAU short shortcourse
course shortcourse championships this week weekend
end weekend here.
Bruce Williams swam a sixth
in the 100 butterfly with a- 51.5
clocking. Williams qualified
fourth for the event with a 51.9.
Williams also swam the 500
freestyle, 200 freestyle but did
not qualify.
Mark McKee set a school
record in the 400 individual
medley with a 4:18.5. The time
was good for an eighth. McKee
also participated in the 200 In Individual
dividual Individual Medley and the 200
Breast stroke but did not qualify.
This is the last of schedule
swim events for the Gators this
year. A few team members will
participate in the Olympic trials
this summer and in the nationals.
Steve Macri is the best bet to go
to Mexico City but Barry Russo,
McKee and Williams also rate
high.
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The traditional battle will be
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grid teams will hold in the fall.
Also on tv tap will be Georgia-
Tennessee, Sept. 14; (this one is
the NCAA opener); Alabama-
Tennessee, Oct. 19; Alabama-
Miami, Nov. 16; Georgia Tech
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