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Jurisdiction Guidelines
For SCC Considered

By HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Managing Editor
The Code of Student Conduct
will undergo an immediate re revision,
vision, revision, Student Body President
Clyde Taylor announced Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon following a confer conference
ence conference with UF President Stephen
C. OConnell and several student
leaders.
Taylor said the basic purpose
of his Wednesday meeting with
OConnell was to try to clari clarify
fy clarify the code before the Dow Chem Chemical
ical Chemical protestors case, or any other
relevant case, comes before the
Committee on Student Conduct.
Carnival Tickets
Good Saturday
Pre-sale tickets for Florida
Carnigras will be good Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Dollars for Scholars General
Chairman Allan Casey announced
Wednesday.
Saturday use of the tickets
grew out of an agreement with
Neely Enterprises, Inc., owner
of the carnival. The advance
tickets were originally to be
good only on Monday through
Friday.

The
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Florida Alligator

PRO CEEDIN(z£ RESUM E TUESDA Y
Jones Hearing Stormy;
Open Sessions Upheld

By RAUL RAMIREZ
Alligator Staff Writer
The committee considering Dr.
Marshall Jones plea for tenure
scheduled its next for
Tuesday, April 23, indicating
Tuesday would be the only fea feasible*
sible* feasible* time for its members to
convene.
Tuesdays opening session of
the Faculty Senate Committee on
Academic Freedom and Tenure
hearing dragged on until mid midnight,
night, midnight, despite motions from both
Jones and the administrations
attorneys that rulings in their
favor be issued.

It is our job in the coming
months to revise the code and
eliminate as many ambiguous
words and phrases as possible,
Taylor said. He indicated that
Joe Mason and Charles Shepherd,
two students active in framing the
original code, will join with him
and others in reworking the code.
" Taylor also touched on a prob problem
lem problem defined broadly as moral
double jeopardy the right of
the university to take disciplinary
action against students who have
already been before civil courts.
It is understood by every everyone,
one, everyone, the student body president
said, that the university has the
right to concurrent jurisdiction
when violations of the code take
place on campus.
The question of major con concern,
cern, concern, Taylor continued, is that
the university not act merely
to duplicate the functions of
general law.
OConnell will, at the present
time, make decisions on whether
or not prosecution by the uni university
versity university before the student con conduct
duct conduct committee constitutes dupli duplication,
cation, duplication, Taylor said.
Taylor added that the whole
question of duplication of prose prosecution
cution prosecution will probably be investi investigated

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

This has turned into a farce. The Uni University
versity University of Florida is being disgraced.
--Attorney for Marshall Jones
Jones is one of the cleverest leaders
of rebellion in U.S. academia.
--Former UF President J. Wayne Reitz

We are not ready to render
judgment now or in the near
future, committee member
Vernon Clark said.

gated investigated by the Advisory Sub-Com Sub-Committee
mittee Sub-Committee on Student Conduct of the
(SEE GUIDELINES* PAGE 2)

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ROBERT UHRIG
, ,new dean

Committee chairman Dr. Paul
Hanna suggested shortly before
the sesslops adjournment that
the proceedings be made secret
again, but both sides said they
preferred that the hearing remain
open to the public.
The only witness presented
by Jones attorneys was former
UF President J. Wayne Reitz,
whose testimony was read to the
committee. Reitz is now Direc Director
tor Director of the U. S. Office of Edu Educations
cations Educations division of graduate pro programs
grams programs department. His depo deposition
sition deposition was taken in Washington,
D. C.
University attorneys said they
were to call on approximately 40
witnesses, only one of which was
called upon Tuesday.
College of Agriculture Pro Provost
vost Provost E. T. York testified late
Tuesday night, but his testimony
was ruled irrelevant and in inadmissible
admissible inadmissible by the committee fol following
lowing following objections made by Jones
counsel.
The committee accepted Reitz
deposition as evidence, as well
as other exhibits submitted along
with it, including notes made by
Reitz during the Personnel Board
meeting at which Jones was
denied tenure last year.
In them, the former UF
president stated Jones was in
my judgment, one of the cleverest

DR. ROBERT UHRIG

By JIM ALMAND
Alligator Staff Writer
If approved by the Board of
Regents, another vacancy on the
UF Administrative Council will
be filled after being vacant since
1966.
Dr. Robert E.Uhrig, nationally
known UF nuclear engineer, will
be recommended to the Board of
Regents for appointment July 1
as dean of the College of En Engineering,
gineering, Engineering, President Stephen C.
OConnell announced Tuesday.
OConnell said the appointment
of Uhrig, when approved by the
board, will fill the vacancy
created in 1966 when Dr. Thomas
Martin went to Southern Metho Methodist
dist Methodist University.
John Nattress, acting dean
since Martins departure, will
assume the post of associate
dean.
Uhrig has been chairman of the

Inside
Jones Editorial
Killed By BSP
See Page 6

Thursday, April 18, 1968

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Representing the administra administration,
tion, administration, Law Professor Hayford O.
Enwall gave a detailed account
of Jones activities over the past
five years in his opening state statement.
ment. statement.
He said evidence would prove
Jones was an opportunist, fo fomenter
menter fomenter of rebellion and an
emotional and dangerous ma manipulator
nipulator manipulator of students and
faculty.
(SEE TENURE PAGE 2)

Department of Nuclear Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering Sciences since he arrived
at UF in 1960. He served from
1948 to 1960 in various capa capacities
cities capacities with the College of En Engineering
gineering Engineering and the Institute for
Atomic Research at lowa State
University where he received
his Ph.D in theoretical and ap applied
plied applied mechanics in 1954.
For his service with the De Department
partment Department of Defense, Uhrig was
awarded the Meritorious Civilian
Service Medal by Secretary of
Defense Robert McNamara.
The author of 46 publications,
Uhrig serves on the executive
committee and board of directors
of the American Nuclear Society,
the nuclear propulsion committee
of the American Institute of Aero Aeronatuics
natuics Aeronatuics and Astronautics and two
committees of the National
Academy of Sciences and the A Argonne
rgonne Argonne National Laboratory.



5, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, April 18, 1968

Page 2

By KATHIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
Each branch of Student Govern Government
ment Government will be on the line this
year, Student Body President
Clyde Taylor told the Student
Senate Tuesday in his State of
the Campus Address.
Taylor reaffirmed his promise
to let the students abolish SG
next spring, if they do not find
it to be in their best interests.
Our record will be on the line
a year from now, Taylor said,
because I intend to let the stu students
dents students vote a year from now and
determine SGs future.
You and I must be ready to
serve together.
I have a duty to all factions
of the student body, he said,
but my final duty is to the
majority, the students who elec elected
ted elected me. We will try to achieve
our partys platform, but it will
not become more important than
the students.
In calling for the Senate and the
president to work closer during
the next year, Taylor reminded
the members that you must
speak for those students who put
you into office. But there will
be a time when any special in interest
terest interest must be put aside and you
must speak for the good of the
whole -- the good of the UF.

Tenure Hearing

FROM PA6E OHE J
Just because I am constitu constitutionally
tionally constitutionally entitled to do something,
it doesnt necessarily mean lean
do it and retain my employment,
replied EnwalL
A motion by Jones attorneys
asking that Enwall be ordered to
refrain from naming other
persons in his opening statement
was sustained by the committee.
Jones attorneys also moved
that any information concerning
the Jones political activity be
suppressed by the committee but
this motion was not granted.
This has turned into a farce,
Associate Professor of Law
Stanley Laughlin said in re requesting
questing requesting a favorable decision in
Jones behalf near the end
of Tuesdays session. The Uni University
versity University of Florida is being dis disgraced,
graced, disgraced, he added. The motion
was denied.

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Tavlor: SGs On The Line

STATE OF CAMPUS ADDRESS 5

Sometimes you will have to
put aside party loyalties and ties.
Students should seek question
from all sides and vote
independently.
Taylor pointed out several pro projects
jects projects that will be given attention
during his administration. One of
the chief projects is the creation
of an Off-Campus Housing
Authority to provide legal aid
for students who live off-campus.
Taylor also called for greater
student participation in univer university
sity university committees and affairs,
noting that students sit on only
18 of 30 university committees.
These committees affect stu student
dent student life, Taylor said. We
hope to have students placed on
these committees where now we
have no voice.
Other projects receiving men mention
tion mention by Taylor included more
development of Camp Wauburg
facilities and study of the new
Student Code of Conduct. Also,
the appointment of a ROTC Study
Commission to report to the
Board of Regents at its June
meeting on student attitudes
towards compulsory and volun voluntary
tary voluntary ROTC; and completion of the
Rathskeller project, to be located
in the Main Cafeteria.
Also receiving mention were

Jones said Wednesday the pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings showed the general
course the administration is go going
ing going to follow, plainly making the
hearing a political trial.
This is the administrations
way of telling people they have
no rights, Jones said. The
rest of the hearing is going to be
in great detail what began last
night.
He said the open hearing
brought no suprises to him.
They are using the same argu arguments
ments arguments they have been using all
along, he said.
This only confirms what we
have been saying all along,
Jones said. This is saddening,
but maybe its better we just
as well find what their true
colors are.
Jones said the proceedings
would be a long and abrasive
experience.

Selective Service Information
service and the SG secretary of
academic affairs, designed to

SCC Guidelines

FROM PAGE ONE
Committee on Student Affairs
or some other sub-committee.
In all cases before the com committee
mittee committee on student conduct, if a
case comes under the code it
will be considered within the
committees jurisdiction if sub substantial
stantial substantial compliance exists,
Taylor continued.
He said OConnell is now at
work drafting guidelines for the
Office of Student Affairs which
will define when a case may be
brought before the committee.
In all, Taylor said, there is
considerable work going on pres presently
ently presently to re-define the conduct
code.
First, definition will be made
as how the code operates and
what powers the committee has.
This definition will be made for
the Office of Student Affairs.
Second, OConnell will set forth
his current interpretations of the
code. This will be discussed with
student leaders.
Third, the defense of the Dow
protestors can submit to the con conduct
duct conduct committee all information it
considers relevant and be
assured that all evidence will be
considered by some agency.
Briefs used before the committee
on student conduct will be con-
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Finally, the Office of Student
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Sunland Training Center were the
guests of Student Government
Tuesday and Wednesday at the
Dollars for Scholars Carnigras.
Between 5:30 and 7 p.m., the
children were allowed to ride on
various fair attractions. Fra Fraternities
ternities Fraternities and other groups have
donated money to the program to
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I, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, April 18, 1968

Lyceum Plans
Acquaintance
For Students
Lyceum Council, sponsor of the
Ray Charles appearance here
Friday night, is conducting the
first of what it hopes will be
an annual week to acquaint stu students
dents students with council service and
membership.
The organization wants to ex expand
pand expand its membership to include
independents. Most of its present
members belong to sororities
and fraternities.
Those students who volunteer
to work for Lyceum Council for
two quarters are selected by
council members for associate
membership.
Volunteers and associate
members perform the same
duties: ushering, posting banners
and writing publicity releases.
But associate members are en entitled
titled entitled to appointment to the coun council
cil council where they suggest and vote
on future entertainment.
The council has eight voting
members, six of which are chosen
by the student body president,
with the approval of the Student
Senate, during the first two weeks
of the spring quarter. The other
two members are appointed by
the council.
In the past, the organization
has presented a balanced
program of entertainment and
concerts ranging from A1 Hlrt
to the American Ballet Company.
Lyceum Council derives its
operating funds from the stu student
dent student government. This year its
budget is $32,830. This amount
coupled with door receipts
enables the council to produce
their program at a minimal cost
to the student.
The council meets on Mondays
at 4:40 p.m. in the Music Build Building,
ing, Building, room 202.
URA Applications
Persons interested in can candidacy
didacy candidacy for a University Religious
Association office should reg register
ister register in Room 368, Reitz Union,
by Friday, before 5:00 p.m., the
Department of Religion has an announced.
nounced. announced.

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Recently, Pearson has ap appeared
peared appeared on television news shows
making predictions as to the
future of LBJ, the Vietnam war
and other controversial topics.
Pearson will be on campus
tonight and will talk about his
book and daily column at Univer University
sity University Auditorium at 8 p.m.
Admission is $1 for students,
faculty and staff members, and
$1.50 for the general public.
Following his address, a closed
reception will be held for Pear Pearson
son Pearson at the Kappa Sigma frater fraternity
nity fraternity house. It is scheduled for
9:15 p.m.
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mit permit his party to draft him as their
presidential nominee. He also
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control law due to the recent
slaying of Rev. Martin Luther
King.
Pearsons appearance at the
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Tlsh Burchard and the top to
her wild pink print bikini were
reunited Tuesday night when
freshman Mike Tobias, who had
seen her ad Friday in the Alli Alligator,
gator, Alligator, returned the estranged
garment.
The pretty blonde coed lost the
top to her bikini two weeks ago
after swimming in University
Pool. Tobias found it draped
across the handlebars of his
motorcycle.
Everything is ship shape,
Tish told the Alligator Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Pluggishly she added, Your
Gator ads work.
A story on the missing top
carried in Mondays Alligator
brought Tish a few concerned
calls from guys asking her to
go swimming to others saying
they had tops and bottoms to
other suits.
Summing up her topless ad adventure
venture adventure Tish explained it was
interesting and kinda fun.
Forum Postponed
A political forum, scheduled
for Tuesday, at which several
candidates for state senator were
to speak was called off because
only one person showed up
the Alligator reporter covering
the event.
Mrs. Eleanor Roberts, public
functions manager of the Union
said that they will try again
next week. The forum will be
held April 25 in the Reitz Union
Auditorium at 8 p.m.
She said the opening of the
Marshall Jones trial was a
possible reason for the poor
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Singer Jack Jones, comedian Bob King and jazz musician Buddy
Rich and his orchestra will star in Interfraternity Councils Spring
Frolics May 3.
IFC Social Chairman Fred Pounds noted that although tickets do
not go on sale until April 29, demand for them is already running
high. He added that frolics tickets usually sell out on the first day.
Jones is slated to give what Pounds described as an adult, night
club approach entertainment. Jones show here will be part of a tour
which began this week in Dayton, Ohio and will end in Miami. He has
recently appeared on the Red Skelton Show and is scheduled to appear
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Steve Hull
Harvey Alper Harold Kennedy
a Managing'Editor Executive Editor
Harold Aldrich Boh Padecky
News Editor Sports Editor
Urn Florida Alllfalor's official position on Imom Is expressed
i only la tho oolwbm below. Otter material la tttfs issue may
reflect the optaloe of the writer or cartoonist had not aooessarlly
that the Florida AllUator mdses specifically Indicated.
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| Hull accepted the decision
| of the board, on aneditori aneditori|
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Come To The Fair

Hi ho, come to the fair.
Yes, do come totheUFs
first annual Carnigras
stationed just across from
the Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Fraternity at the terminus
of fraternity row.
Youll have a ball.
Carnigras is the real
thing in fairs -- complete
with electric bumper cars,
a ferris wheel, a roller
coaster, tunnel of horrors
and many other fun
features.

Carnigras isnt exactly
the run of the mill going
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ably probably wont learn a darned
thing there, except how to
have a good time.
But we need all the
lessons we can get on that
score.
So, do yourself a favor
youll always remember
and help the UF and Dollars
for Scholars at the same
time.
Visit Carnigras.
Youll love it.

Open Housing? Aint Much New About That
MAGIC PUMPKIN ===== s-
Fear, Mistrust
And Violence
BY HARVEY ALPER

Last week I ran around Gainesville in
the middle of the night, usually in the com company
pany company of WGGGs Radio Newsman Don Reid,
dodging flying bottles, afraid of speeding
bullets and more timid than a day old
kitten.
Why?
Because I had the honor and distinction
of being the Alligator's official and ac accredited
credited accredited racial conflict reporter (complete
with credentials making it legal for me to
violate curfew) in addition to serving for
the Associated Press and occasionally for
the Gainesville Sun.
Now, it just so happens that last week,
as I rode down sth Avenue at 2 a.m.
in the morning mist, as I raced to the
scene of vandalisms and fire-bombings
late in the night and as I stood in a tense
police station until the wee hours of the
morning, I learned a few things.
First, and probably most important, I
learned that our society is in grave trouble
and that few of us know now, or will know
in the coming months, just how bad things
are.
Our nation has literally split into two
distinct cultures, one black, the other white.
The white culture is a rich and pros prosperous
perous prosperous one. It is the culture we see on
television, on the golden screen and on
the stage. The white culture is the culture
of the American car, the split-level home
and the Sunday go-to-meeting suit.
The black culture is the culture we as
white people dont really know.
Nevertheless, we think we do.
The black culture is the culture which
is erupting into violence, which has given us
much of our music, which has built many
of our homes and roads and which now
isnt sure whether it wants into the all allpervasive
pervasive allpervasive white culture or freedom to
develop on its own. <

Alligator Staff

DAVE DOUCETTE
Assistant News Editor
JERRY SILBERBERG
Campus Living Editor

That is the battle being fought among
the Negroes themselves. It is a battle
between black is beautiful and integration
now.
It is a battle which the white culture
doesnt understand and isnt thinking about.
It is the battle which is splitting our
country.
Second, I learned last week the police policemen,
men, policemen, no matter what they do, will always
be the bad guys. When the pressure gets
on the cop, he stands there all alone.
And sure, tempers flare. I was threatened
by Capt. Roberts of the Gainesville Police
Department with being thrown in jail one
night when I stepped through a gate he
couldnt have cared less about during
Ordinary times. But, he was nervous so he
jumped on me.
Next day he apologized.
Third, I learned that newsmen can really
be in the most peculiar position of all.
I saw guys whove worked in the press for
years scared to death after their families
had been threatened, and their lives placed
in jeopardy because they went into the
ghetto to do their jobs.
As A1 West of the Tampa Tribune said,
When you get in there with a mob, they
dont care what your politics are, they
just know youre white.
Fourth, I saw that this nation is far from
the ideal society which it pretends to be.
We can be frightfully militaristic, we can
have troops on our streets and the sus suspension
pension suspension of civil rights, we can and do often
live in fear of each other and the authorities
and we must solve our problems.
The solutions to our problems arent
going to be flashing on neon signs. They
arent going to be found in books.
Were going to have to find them our ourselves
selves ourselves and the search for an answer could
be long and painful.

GLENN FAKE
Editorial Assistant
JOE TORCHIA L
Entertainment Editor



=THE DIAMOND MIND=

ROCKEFELLER WINS SMASHING 55%
IN CHOICE *6B BALLOTING!
Such a headline would carry immediate
and far reaching implications. It would say
to the campus and to the nation that Nelson
Rockefeller had the support of college
youth. Eugene McCarthy has already proved
how important that support can be. The
victory described above can go to any one
of thirteen candidates Rockefeller,
Reagan, Lindsay, Hatfield, Johnson,
Kennedy, McCarthy, Nixon, Wallace,
Stassen, Percy, Halstead (Socialist Worker)
and the late Dr. Martin Luther King.
But lets start ah the beginning.
Choice 6B is Time Magazines National
Collegiate Presidential Preference Pri Primary.
mary. Primary. 1000 colleges, with an enrollment of
6 million students, are taking part in the
primary, to be held on April 24th. Stu Students
dents Students are given the opportunity to specify
not only their first choice for President,

New AWS Wont
Be Manipulated

MR. EDITOR:
Never in my four years here
as a UF student have I felt
such an urge to respond to an
article in our; paper. The attack
leveled against Dean Loyce Katz
in Mondays paper was a gross
misrepresentation of the women
students relationship with the
Dean of Women staff. It seemed
to be a case of a man (or men)
misinterpreting a womans world
or just not bothering to get the
facts.
By defending a member of the
administration, I realize I am
only emphasizing my square squareness
ness squareness or my ignorance. Frankly,
however, I feel these iconoclasts,
these administrative image imagebreakers,
breakers, imagebreakers, are really the ones
that are emphasizing their ignor ignorance.
ance. ignorance. For it is the unfortunate
ignorance that blinds them to
ways to work constructively with
administrators for effective and
innovative programs and pro procedures.
cedures. procedures.
It is interesting to note that
the controversy is largely cen centered
tered centered around the proposed AWS
Constitution. Actually, it was
through Dean Katz encourage encouragement
ment encouragement that enough interest was
generated to revise the in ineffectual
effectual ineffectual document that the
women students had tolerated for
so long. In fact, she has even
generated enough interest among
some of us to make us fight
about it! Dean Katz objective
is hardly domination but, in
reality, to help women students
become more aware and accept accepting
ing accepting of their own governmental
responsibilities. Perhaps, this is
the key.
Could it be, perhaps, that the
men of Student Government are
apprehensive of .an organized,
competent and conscientious
womens group? Could it be that
the men are waking up to the
fact that AWS under the newcon-
Please Limit Letters To
The Editor To 500 Words.
All Letters Should Be
Signed-Writer's Names
Will Be Withheld Upon
Request. Not All Letters
Can Be Printed, Nor Can
All Letters Be Printed In
Their Original Length.

Vote Wednesday In Choice '6B
BY BARRY DIAMONDS

stitution might not be as easy
to manipulate as WSA under our
present framework? Could it be
that this attack is really made
against a more effective govern governmental
mental governmental structure for women? The
answers could prove most in interesting.
teresting. interesting. Dont you think?
OK Im square I have, so
to speak, defended an adminis administration
tration administration official. At least, maybe,
the campus will know there exists
school of thought ... a school
that will stand square against
the absurd assertions made in
Monday's Alligator. Sometimes
one just has to be square!
CAROLYN GUONY
A Gator Button
aT MOSHE
# DA YAN ||
II VISION JJn

By LEWIS ROTHLEIN
Today we have a cryptogram.
In the following sorrewhatly
known poem, the order of the
words and punctuation have been
left as in the original. Each letter
represents another, and par is a
whopping 30 minutes. Try it be between
tween between classes:
O TAWAWPAT, O TAWAWPAT
RYA YECIA SYATA OSMI PETH,
RYA JORRJA SOHGES SYATA
RYA ICH V
FMWA DAADOHK OHMRWETH:
YA HAN AT FMWA M SO HQ REE
IEEH,
HET PTECKYR REE JEHK M
GMX,
PCR HES, O EBRAH SOIY RYA
HOKYR
YMG PETHA WX PTAMRY
MS MX!
As for yesterdays brainosity,
there were 144 cows, including
the neighbors 2. John got 48,
Tom got 36, Henry got 24, Bill
got 18, George got 16, a total
of 142. The sum of all the

but their second and third choices as well.
The student states his age as of Nov.
5, 1968, and his party preference, but
free to vote for candidates irrespective of
party lines.
In addition to the presidential voting,
students are given the opportunity to express
themselves on two questions involving
Vietnam one involving the level of Am American
erican American military effort (5 choices ranging
from immediate withdrawal of all U.S.
forces to an all out American military
effort) and the other Involving the bombing,
with choices ranging from permanent ces cessation
sation cessation to use of nuclear weapons.
There is a final referendum question
on the urban crisis, which gives the stu student
dent student a chance to state which area he feels
deserves the highest level of government
spending education, job training, hous housing,
ing, housing, income subsidy, and riot control.
The most amazing aspect of the Choice

ALLIGATOR BRAINOSITIES

OPEN FORUM:
AAditlMi V'lAAwt
There is no hope for the complacent man /*

Tomorrows 'Leaders

MR. EDITOR:
I am proud to be a member
of the student body of the UF.
It is reassuring to see the per perspicacity
spicacity perspicacity of so many uninformed
people. To know that the United
States rests in the hands of
these intellectuals is indeed gra gratifying.
tifying. gratifying. I have spent the last
four (4) years on the SEA prob problem
lem problem and have been unable to de devise
vise devise any conclusions, decisions,
or answers.
That these people can promul promulgate
gate promulgate such intelligent and logical
decisions about U.S. foreign
policy with the modicum of in information
formation information they have, the some sometimes
times sometimes incorrectness of that, and
their understanding of the cul cultural,
tural, cultural, economical, and political
situation of so many SEA
countries which they know so
little about lends credence to the
belief that the U.S. has a bright
future.
Ones mind boggles at how well
they will be able to manipulate

fractions did not equal one.
Dont lick a gift horse in the
mouth.
Smoking, Eating,
And Studying
MR. EDITOR:
In view of the apparent at attitudes
titudes attitudes against smokers, par particularly
ticularly particularly by the rule-makers,
and the policy against bringing
food or drink into libraries, also
the observation that at times
certain areas of the main cafe cafeteria
teria cafeteria are closed, I have a sug suggestion
gestion suggestion to make.
Set aside one area of the cafe cafeteria
teria cafeteria during non-rush hours for
studying. It should be set up to
allow students to smoke, drink
coffee and eat snacks while study studying.
ing. studying. It should have a policy that
discourages socializing or ex excessive
cessive excessive talking.
ROBERT E. WEISS, 4AG

6B story is the ease of voting. The official
ballot is a specially developed IBM card.
All a student need do to completely fill
out his ballot is make 8 punches in it
with his pencil.
* '-S'
On this campus the cards will be handed
out by volunteer coeds at all of the Alligator
distribution points. This will be done be between
tween between 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. on April 24th.
Anyone not receiving a ballot at that time
can pick one up in the Plaza of the Americas.
To turn in a ballot a student need only
go to one of the 16 polling places through throughout
out throughout the campus and drop his card in the
Choice 6B box. As he drops his card in
the box his green ID card will be stamped
by the Choice 6B worker. No one can drop
a card into a Choice 6B box without hav having
ing having his ID card punched.
Another revolutionary feature of this
election Is that free coffee (and hopefully
donuts, if a donor can be found) will be

Thursday, April 18, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

U.S. foreign policy when/ if they
ever are exposed to the vast
resources of knowledge presently
accumulated in D.C. concerning
Sacrilegious
Gator Button
MR. EDITOR:
I am sick, sick, sick of the
way you publish satirical, anti antireligious
religious antireligious remarks in your news newspaper.
paper. newspaper. It isnt enough that you
allow Joe Torchia to write trash
in his column, but now you use
the Gator Button as away of
getting your thoughts across. (See
Gator Button: April 16th issue
of Alligator) Ive only one thing
to say to you one day youre
going to have to answer for your
smart-aleckness and who is going
to be there to laugh then?
If you dont have anything good
to say about religion, then shut shutup!
up! shutup!
BRENDA MINOR
Irreligious
Alligator
MR. EDITOR:
I looked in vain in the Good
Friday (April 12th) issue of the
Alligator for some recognition
that that day was the one on
which Jesus Christ died for the
eternal salvation of man.
65% of our students are church churchgoers
goers churchgoers but, true to type, you stuck
to the mundane things from bikini
sales to the story of how the
Beach Boys milked the students
out of $6,500 under the guise
of building a coliseum.
Wouldnt it have been mature
to have published for your
readers a list of Good Friday
services times and churches
along with the Easter schedule?
As long as Torchia and Pier Pierleoni
leoni Pierleoni dictate the taste of the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator were not going to have
much above-the-waist reporting.
NAME WITHHELD

available to everyone all day in the Plaza
of the Americas. There will be voting
sites in the plaza, and also tables manned
by representatives of each of the candidates
on the ballot.
What about the student? What does he have
to do? He has to allow a pretty girl to
hand him an Alligator and a Choice 6B
ballot, he has to make 8 holes in it, he
has to drop it in a box located in or near
his classroom building, and have his ID
card punched.
If he wants, he can treat himself to
free coffee. He can read the results of the
voting on both his campus and the entire
nation in any newspaper and in Tinpe
Magazine.
Oh yes. He can influence national politics
in a very significant way. And that has to
count for something, since for over 50
per cent of the people voting in Choice
6B April 24th will be the only day they
go to the polls this year.

the SEA theater, and in fact
manage to soak up only a small
fraction of that!
I do not believe the United
States be fearful of/for the
leaders of tomorrow for, every everyday
day everyday your paper prints at least
one letter from one of those
destined leaders. My only regret
is their inability to take com command
mand command today.
ST. TOMMY
Bay Os Pigs
Failure Lies
With Demos
MR. EDITOR:
As one of the first men to
arrive in the training camp of
Guatemala prior to the Bay of
Pigs invasion, I wish to refute
the allegation of Uncle Javer Javerneck
neck Javerneck in his article Why not
Nixon? that President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower and Nixon were respon responsible
sible responsible for the failure of the
planned invasion.
The military strategy of the
operation that Eisenhower and
Nixon backed was one of in infiltration,
filtration, infiltration, guerrilla warfare,
close cooperation with the Cuban
underground, and eventual under undermining
mining undermining of Castros regine.
It must be emphasized that it
was a Democratic administration
that changed the strategy to that
of a full scale invasion, ignored
the Cuban underground, and, at
the last minute, refused the aerial
support it had promised, not liv living
ing living up to its commitment.
The responsibility of the
failure of the Bay of Pigs in invasion
vasion invasion must rest on the shoulders
of that Democratic adminis administration.
tration. administration. President Kennedy
publicly assumed this respon responsibility
sibility responsibility in 1962, when the
prisoners of Bay of Pigs were
ransomed.
* i
LUIS C. MORSE, SEG
INFANTRAY OFFICER,
BAY OF PIGS INVASION

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ROBERTS STEREO Tape Recorder,
Model 1670, Enclosed in walnut
cabinet, sound on sound. Automatic
Shutoff, 2 microphones, in excellent
condition, less that one year old. Call
378-7813. (All2t~p)
1966 CRUSAIR Scooter with luggage
rack. Excellent condition with only
1800 miles. Must see to appreciate.
Will take best offer. Call 3769843,
Ext. 5314, during day. Must sell.
(All3td)
1967 YAMAHA 250 cc, CANDY
APPLE RED WITH CHROME TRIM.
Low mileage, well cared for. Call
378 7903 after 5:0 0.
(All46tp)

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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 HONDA CA 1960. Excellent
condition. $375.00 or best
reasonable offer. Extras. 3764738
after 5:00 p.m. Graduate student.
(All3tp)
SUZUKI 1966 150 cc in good
condition. Has electric starter and is
very dependable. First $325, takes it!
Call Jim at 372-7834.
(All6stp)

FOR SALE
*" *
TWO CUTE, friendly, 4 month
halfDoberman Puppies. Distemper
shots, wormed. Male and Female.
$20.00 each. Call 378-8687 after 6.
(All4stp)
AKAI 4 spd. tape recorder (same as
Roberts 770 x) 3 Internal, 2 Externa!
speakers. 3M Model 70 Photo Copier.
Never been used. S T Rice.
378-3977. (A-116-st-p)
1967 DUCATI, 100 cc motorcycle,
only 8 months old with 1900 miles,
$275.00. Call 372-8627 or inquire
at 1618 N.W. 4th Ave.
(All7stp)

FOR SALE
1965 305 cc HONDA SUPERHAWK.
New, Avon tires, battery chain,
sprockets. Extras: Megaphones and
cables. $350.00. Call Steve
378-3365. (A-118-4t-p)
UPRIGHT PIANO $150; large
kerosene heater $50.00, BarBQ
grill SIO.OO, Power lawn mower
$25.00, Any reasonable offer
accepted. Call 3787494.
(All 3t--p)
SAVE BIG! Do your own rug and
upholstery cleaning with Blue Lustre.
Rent electric shampooer
SI.OO. Lowry Furniture Company.
(All92tc)



GAT diet Ass If I EDS

FOR SALE
NEW HONDA 50. Never used. Won
in contest. Worth $263.00 (Includes
tag). Sell for 195.00. Call 378-4254.
(All93t p)
1965 HONDA 150 $145.00, Yamaha
12-String Guitar, and case $120.00,
Smith-Corona Typewriter $35.00,
Silvertone Color TV $230.00, 9' x
12' braided rug $15.00, 3679791.
(All93t p)
'66 SUZUKI 50, Excellent.
Condition, includes safety helment
SIBO or best offer. Ask for Mike
376-1973. (All9ltp)
MUST SELL!! Need $ Instantly
Complete set of Slingerland drums
and Zildsian Cymbols, $300.00. Call
Sandy 3763834, from 7B p.m.
(All9st p)
"SAVE up to 60% on all items. Furs,
hats, old fashioned clothing,
antiques, furniture, desks, jewelry,
art lamps. Sutherland's opposite Art
Center, Micanopy, SaleSat. and
Sunday." (A-119-st-p)
YAMAHA 350 cc Grand Prix, 1967,
candy apple red, 1600 miles..
Absolutely like new, not a scratch.
Call 376-2621 after 5.
(All92tp)
GUNS-GUNS,ONE SHOT
DEAL' Have 20, Browning 9mm 13
Shot Automatics coming, $75.00
each, first come first serve. HARRY
BECKWITH, GUN DEALER'
MICANOPY 466-3340.
(A-119lOt-c)
ALL ELECTRIC, 3 BR, 1 Bath,
house in N.E. section. Close to
schools, park, shopping center. Small
down payment, take over low
monthly payments less than rent!
Call 3721355 after 7:00 p.m.
(All Bstp)
&X*X*XX*X%Stt;XWXWKSTX*X X X*X*:*X*X*
FOR RENT
fem'WWK'S.K.SW.XWWWK-KWWX
WILL SUBLET nicely furnished Air
Conditioned office June, July,
August close to campus. 3728998.
(Bllsstp)
FURNISHED 2 bedroom apartment
in Landmark to sublease for summer
quarter. 1% 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.
376-0003. (Bllsstp)

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Written for the screen and Directed bv BRYAN FORBES 4 Columbia pictures Release
nmm mmmm mim "CHALK'KING RAT'UPAS ONE OF THE
GEORGE SEGAL ICOIEI MM YEAR'S BESTi''^7.^,.r
Friday April 19, 7:00. ..9:00 P.M.
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_ Saturday April 20 7:00- 9:00 P.M. I

FOR RENT
V>M*V%V.V V
AVAILABLE IMMEDIA T fcLY One
bedroom furnished apartment with
central heating andairconditioning,
private patio, drapes and nig.
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)
SUMMER QUARTER and/or fall. 1
and 2 bedroom, furnished apt.
Everything comfort desires plus large
swimming pool with chaise lounges, 1
meter board, and pool slide. Model
unit open. Frederick Gardens, 1130
S.W. 13th Ave. 372-7555.
(Bll7lotp)
MOBILE HOME spaces for rent, nice
shady lots, located in Micanopy.
$25.00 monthly. Phone 466-3300.
(Bll 6tp)
2BDR Apt. Ready for immediate
occupancy. Air-conditioned. Close
to Campus. 1100 S.W. Bth Ave. Apt.
501. Call 378-2292. (B-119-st-p)
WANTED |
WANTED: 2 Male roommates to
share 2 bedroom apartment with 2
premeds at University Gardens for
this Quarter. AC/CH, stereo, pool.
Call 378-1921. (C-112-st-p)
WANTED STUDENT desires to
purchase an old piano for practice
purposes. Call after 6:00 p.m.
372-6021. (Cll2tp)
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted
Please call again. Two blocks from
campus. $40.00/month. Call
378-7327, after 5:3 0.
(Cll7stp)
ROOMMATES needed for 2 BR.
Apartment near Sorority Row.
Paneled living room with AC. Call
378-1706 after 6. (C-119-2t-p)
USED MAN'S 26 inch bicycle in
good condition. English or light
weight tires. Call 3788257 after
6:00 P.M. (C-1193tp)
LIVE FREE AT VILLAGE PARK
Male roommate wanted through
August. Move in immediately pay no
rent until May. Call 3769017.
(Cll4lotp)

Thursday, April 18, 1968, The Florida Alligator

HELP WANTED |
WAITRESSES: Must be 21. Part time
and full time shift available, evenings
only. Apply Gino's Italian Restaurant
- Experience helpful but not
necessary. 376-1322, 2204 S.W.
13th St. (E-112-ts-p)
RECEPTIONIST for pediatric office.
Write stating permanence, experience
and references. P.O. Box 573-A,
Gainesville Sun. (Ellstfc)
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)
MARKETING MANAGER
Part-time evening work for rapidly
growing utility. Exceptional
opportunity -to grow with young
company. Call 378 5377.
(E-1185tp)
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.
(Elo6nctf)
RESEARCH LABORATORY needs
help! Wanted Women subjects to
participate in speech experiment
between ages of 2029, 4049, high
school education and who have lived
at least one year in the North.
$2.00% hour. Please call Mrs. Harriet
Wilkerson, 3782839, between 6:30
and 9:30 p.m. only. (Ell Blot
3 BIG SHOWS IN COLOR
| Valley ol' the Dolls,
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Adm. sl.2s^^^£
ft Hombre means man... 8
Paul Newman is Hombre!
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| HELP WANTED
SECRETARY women with
bookkeeping and secretarial skills no
shorthand required, to take charge of
main office of rapidly growing
company. Call 3785378.
(Ell Bstp)
AUTOS
ANTIQUE '4B CHEVY, Good
mechanical condition, recent valve
job and general overhaul, good
paint, custom leatherette interior.
Graduating, must sell, $3lO, or
best offer. Call Jim 3766628.
(Gll Bstp)
1960 PONTIAC CATALINA
convertible, excellent condition.
Clean, power steering and brakes.
Good tires. Radio and heater,
standard transmission.
$400.00. 372-3955. (G-118-2t-p)
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AUTOS
1964 TR-4?New rugs, uphostery,
excellent mechanical condition,
body, paint in very good shape;
asking $1,050. 378-6395.
(Gll4lOtp)
ALL 7 for
$6.00
ON SALE NOW
r April 18-20 **l
KUROSAWAS I
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p- Aprii 21-22
DAVID LEAN'S
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April 23-25
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Page 12

AUTOS f
FOR SALE: 59 TR-3, hard and soft
tops, new paint, recent valve job, new
tires (Recaps) driving lights, $600.00.
Call 372-1603 after 5:30.
(Gll7 3t-p)
1964 AUSTIN HEALY 3000. Good
condition new motor and paint.
Wooden dash, radio and
heaters 1450.00. Call Larry
378-6881, 978 S.W. 16th Ave.
(Gll92tp)
E-TYPE, 4.2 JAGUAR. 1965.
Rdstr. like hew, white, new black
top. No scratchs or dents. Never
repainted. Phone 3729444.
(Gll3tp)
1963 FALCON Gpod tires, clean,
radio, heater, good mechanical
condition. Will pass forthcoming
state inspection. White with red
interior. Best offer. 320 S.E. 7th St.,
372-2715. (Gll9stp)
PRICE REDUCED '63 OLDS 98
Hardtop. Full power equipt. Elec,
seats and windows. AC radio 44,500
miles real quality $995.00.
376-9768. :HXW X X X : :*X*: X*X*XX*X*X*X*X X XX*X i :j
PERSONAL
I*
:! .:.;. .v; x x x*: x*x'x ; "x : x x x < xvv.v.v.v<:
AM LOOKING FOR a blonde Junior
(Female) who used to be in my Ist
quarter physical science class, sth
period (M, T, Th) (Teacher Mr.
Wilson) Chuck, 3729495.
(113J5tp)
SEEKING CHEAP THRILLS??
SPECIAL TWO-DAY HIGH ONLY
$5. when you dig the sports car
racing action at the GOLDEN
CROWN PRIX SCCA National sports
car races April 2021 at Fernandina
Beach Municipal Airport. Tickets at
Reitz Union Box Office. Check
student group discoun*. rates!
(J-1165tp)
LOOKING FOR KIND, sweet,
understanding co-ed to help divorced
student adust to single life. No Joke.
If interested, send particulars to P.O.
Box 853 Gainesville. (J4tll6p)
ENGAGEMENT RING: Before you
buy an engagement ring come and see
this outstanding value! Compare .60
karat, round stone of excellent
quality, set in 14kt white gold setting
with two baguettess32s. Retail
value appraised at local jeweler for
over $600.00. Can arrange suitable
terms. Student dealer represents
reliable Miami firm. Call 3784887.
1-1192 tp)

BOO! f||~"
SEMINOLE f|p ; §
is unfair to || 1 M
procrastinators BblMm
(but what can I do?) j
I understand that the deadline
for ordering my SEMI NO.LE is 1
FRIDAY, so I am sending my |
to Room 330, Reitz Union flnSlpf
along with a check for SHl!"
$ for copies of | ll£
the 1968 SEMINOLE (at $5.00 BnE

PERSONAL
>; *;
EVEN IF you can't afford
hand-made, customfitted leather,
come in and smell the sandals
anyway. DEMI AN at the SCENE by
Carolyn Plaza. (Jll92tp)
EUROPE-JET CHARTER FLIGHT
$120.00 one way $220; Ro
trip. NYCCopenhagon, Depart o
10 (SAS) Return July 21. Only 1o or
167 seats remaining first come first
served. (PAN AM) Danish
Representative in USA only until
Saturday. 3786401. (Jll92tp)
TO SUPER JOKE! Tip, Third race at
Pompano: Snookie foot no. 3. Good
bet anytime. (Happy 20th). Love
always NASM! Jll9ltp)
| LOST & FOUND |
LOST: Small gray long-haired cat,
white feet. Missing since April Ist.
Vicinity of S.W. 16th Ave. Turquoise
collar. Please call 3788106.
REWARD (Lll93tp)
FOUNDKeys: Black Leather Case
Identify. Call 8250883, Jim.
(Lll93tnc)
SIO.OO REWARD for return of
Versalog Rule, Name W N Phinney
on name plate. Call 3729295 ask
for Patsy Rm 316. (Lll3tp)
LOST: Black Wallet around
Murphree Area. I must have I.D.
Cards. REWARD. Please call
372-9177. (Lll3tp)
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SERVICES
NEED A PAINTER? Professional
painting. Interior and exterior. Free
estimates. No job is considered too
small. Reasonable. Call After 5 p.m.
378-4855. (M-117-st-p)
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
- STARTERS Electrical systems
tested repairs. Auto Electric Service
- 603 S.E Second Street, 378-7330.
(M-101-ts-c)

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CONTESTANTS
By JERRY SILBERBERG
Aliigator Campus Living Editor
The 25 girls pictured above are
vying for the honor of being the
1968 Military Queen of Scabbard
and Blade.
The girls, starting with top
photo, bottom left are: Kathy
Amick, Brenda Brownrigg,
Maxine Chandler, Pat Colbert,
Claudine Dobson; top left, Karen
Dolan, Linda Edmunds, Margaret
Gavin, Vickie Iverson, Sharon
Lynn, Carolyn Maslanka, Mi Michelle
chelle Michelle McCarton.
In the bottom photo left to right:
Leslie Perry, Jimmye Prescott,
Pat Scott, Cassie Silverthorn,
Phyllis Singer, Barbara Smith.
Top left to right: Debbie Sneath,
Maida Sokol, Claudia Talley,
Cheryl Watson, Kathy Young,
Nancy Zankl, Beth Vann. Not
pictured are Barbara Banks,
Nancy Paver, and Jo Young.

DREW PEARSON
HEAR SEE
His Comments The critic
on the Wm w ho caused
Current Political d| the shake-ups
Turmoil in J \ with Sen. Dodd
the US and and Adam
around the A (Burn-Baby-Burn)
Controversial Author & Columnist
Univ. Aud t
soopm. A' Tonight
. (>
Students, Faculty, & Staff $1 Gen. Public $1.50

Today and Tomorrow
pick up your ticket for a
Free Red Barn BIG BARNEY
When you get your haircut
at the
Carolyn Plaza Barber Shop
1620 W. Univ. Ave.



A Review Os The 'Dissent Page

By JOE TORCHIA
Alligator Feature Editor
I make it a personal habit to
avoid (whenever possible) read reading
ing reading the editorial and letters sec section
tion section of the Alligator. (Actually,
if the truth must be admitted,
I try to avoid reading the Al Alligator
ligator Alligator completely.)
However, while breezing
through yesterdays Alligator, it
happened to reach out and bite
jne when I saw, in hugh 36-
point type: TORCHIAS FLICK
REVIEWS: HYSTERICAL AND
INEPT.
Well, naturally, I decided to
pause for a moment and see who
was saying what this time
and why.
And while I was on the page,
I happened to glance through
the other material and, I must
say, I found it very amusing.
It was then that I decided to
write a rather Hysterical and
(Im sure Mr. Webb will agree)
Inept review of Page 7 of
Wednesdays Alligator.
I decided to head my review:
PAGE 7 NOT IN 7th HEAVEN
(or)
GATOR BUTTONS ARE
BASTARDLY (or)
ON PAGE 7 THERE IS
DEFINITELY HOPE FOR THE
COMPLACENT MAN
RE: AN AGNOSTIC SPEAKS
In Lewis Rothleins column on
page 7 of Wednesdays Alligator,
he had the GALL to admit, I
am an Agnostic. And he even
had the nerve to go on to say:
I take a negative attitude on
God.
Well, before I go on I must
point out that anyone who takes
a negative attitude on God must
be a Communist and a Hippy
and a Perverted Sex Maniac and
a Dope Addict and a Child Raper.
It is beyond this reviewer how
the Alligator allows such filth
and trash to actually be put in
print and litter the minds of
our college youths..
NOTICE
The ATO Little Sisters Foot Football
ball Football Team has started practicing
for their upcoming duel with the
SAE Little Sisters at the ATO ATOSAE
SAE ATOSAE Little Sister game on May
12. The Maltese Maulers, who
have never lost, are heavily
favored over the SAE School Schoolgirls.
girls. Schoolgirls.

_ - I 111

Os course, you must realize
that I am not one of those re religious
ligious religious fanatics, but I just very
objectively believe that LEWIS
ROTHLEIN IS SICK AND HE
MUST BE PUT AWAY.
However, for Lewis Rothleins
sake (and yours), I will answer
the questions he posses.
He said: So I address this
to you professed Christians: HOW
CAN YOU KNOW FOR SURE
THAT GOD EXISTS?
Well, as a very professed and
devout Christian, i answer: I
know that God exists because Je Jesus
sus Jesus Christ, his only Son, came
down on earth and told me
and He even died for my sins
which will enable me to go
to heaven and see God.
Mr. Rothleins second question
(HOW DO YOU KNOW THAT
JESUS CHRIST IS THE SON OF
GOD?) is very easy to answer:
Because it says so in the Bible.
Mr. Rothleins third question
is: HOW CAN YOU TAKE THE
BIBLE LITERALLY?
Well, he must really be sick
if he doesnt know the answer
to that: its very simple; I take
the Bible literally because Jesu.
Christ says I should.
Enough for Lewis Rothlein
Ill write to my congressman
about him.
RE: CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
IS UNMASKED by Jimmy Baily
Mr. Baily says: So who de designed
signed designed the civil rights movement?
It was Communist conspirators
in an effort to deliver America
into Communist rule.
He also said, The civil rights
movement does not support the

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rights of the poor man.
It is obvious that Mr. Baily
is perceptive, intelligent, open openminded
minded openminded and objective.
In short: Jimmy Bailyisapork
chop.
RE: TORCHIAS FLICK RE REVIEWS:
VIEWS: REVIEWS: HYSTERICAL AND IN INEPT
EPT INEPT
Mr. Tom Webb, 4EG, tells Joe
Torchia that he missed entire entirely
ly entirely the theme of Man against The'
Establishment in the film A
Man For All Seasons.
Aw, cmon Tom! You say that
subtlety is beyond Mr. Tor Torchia.
chia. Torchia. If you call that theme
SUBTLE then you must be more
of a pork chop than Jimmy Baily.
Then Mr. Webb says this of
In The Heat of the Night:
. .this is reality, down
to the last detail far more
real than the conglomeration of
God and guts that you think so
much of.
He said the movie presented
people and a situation that were
real, and made its point through
the subtle interplay and dialogue
between two archetypical men.
Sure, Mr. Webb, they were
REAL, but does the fact that
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this film recreates REALITY
make it the best flick of the year?
And talk about subtlety, if you
thought In the Heatof the Night
was subtle, then you must think
Bugs Bunny is totally incompre incomprehensible.
hensible. incomprehensible.
Lets get serious, In the Heat
of the Night was so real that
it couldnt possibly be subtle.
And it was so real that it wasnt
even original.
Mr. Webb says Bonnie
shouts its moral at the top of

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its voice/* Tell me, Mr. Webb,
if the moral is so OBVIOUS:
what is its moral? Im afraid
that Bonnie and Clyde* is one
of the few flicks I couldnt make
a moral statement about.
RE: BRAINOSITTES
Yesterdays quiz asked: What
is wrong with the problem?*
I*ll tell you what*s wrong:
Lewis Rothlein wrote it. Hes
an agnostic, and you know about
THEM.

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1, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, April 18, 1968

North Carolina Drops Gators 8-7

By NEAL SANDERS
Alligator Sports Writer
Florida dropped their eighth
baseball game of the season yes yesterday
terday yesterday to North Carolina by the
score of 8 -7. UF,which tri triumphed
umphed triumphed over the same squad
Tuesday 9-7, was unable to
score on a bases-loaded oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity in the eighth inning, which
could have saved the game for
the Gators.
Losing pitcher for the Gators
was Mike Jacobs. In all, four
pitchers were used during the
game, and held it through the
third inning. With the score tied
in the fifth inning, Rod Macon,
who had held the Tarheels to two
runs, was relieved by Steve Ar Arthur.
thur. Arthur.
Arthur lasted four batters,
allowing three runs and four hits.
He was replaced by Jacobs, who
held UNC hitless through the rest
of the inning.
North Carolina scored once in
the seventh inning, and twice in
the eighth under Glen Pickerins
pitching, to finish with 8 runs.
UF regained their lead in the
seventh inning on three runs,
Wasserman
Tops Burners
The Mighty Burners scored
four runs in the bottom of the
first inning in their independent
league match to bounce Diamond
Village 4-3. Steve Wasserman
had a homer for the winners and
Davy Crockett had one for the
Village.
A single in the bottom of the
fifth by Mike Novak drove in Pat
McCarthy from second base to
give the Rodans a 4-3 decision
over the Old Timers. Poultry
Science Club made pork of the
Bee Gees by giving them only
four hits and three runs in a
4-3 win. George Herrick knocked
in the winning run in the bottom
of the fourth.
The Dissenting Zodiacs held off
a last inning bid by the Newman
Club to hang on to a narrow 8-7
win. Paul Kamin scored two for
the winners. The Physics team
gave up only two hits enroute
to decomposing the MBA 9-0.
The Harrs scored all their runs
early as they whipped the CLO
6-3. Alpha Kappa Psi mounted a
16 hit attack to wipe out the
Nobodys 17-7. Jerry Kephant had
a single and a double for the
winners.
In other action last week, Marty
Gartel scored the winning run for
the Mighty Burners as Steve Was Wasserman
serman Wasserman banged a triple in the
last of the seventh inning to edge
the Spudnuts 6-5. 4
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but failed to score during the
remainder of the game.
Two opportunities occured for
scoring in the eighth and ninth
innings. In the eighth, UF had
the, bases loaded with one out,
and in the ninth, a man on first
with one out. Neither inning saw
any runs, and the game finished
with a score of 8-7.
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Richard Trapp scored twice for
Florida, while committing one
error. Jack Frake, Tony Dobies,
Jacobs, Leon tuoodworth, and
Jim Courier each scored once.
Trapps error came in the
seventh inning, Trapp, shortstop
for the team, was hit by the
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UF had four top hitters for the
game. Frake had a triple, allow allowing
ing allowing one runner to score, and
later scoring himself. MikeOvca
also had a triple, hitting in two
runs, but failed to score. Blood Bloodworth
worth Bloodworth had a double, and Gene Ras Rasponi
poni Rasponi hit a single which batted in
two runs.
Floridas next games will be

Friday" and Saturday against
Georgia at Athens. UFs record
now stands at 12-8.
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Ryuns Too Big?
by Bob Padecky 'J&Sf
Alligator Sports Editor

If one didnt know Jimmy Carnes was UFs
track coach, youd swear hed be preaching the
Word right now.
The strongest Carnes gets verbally is when an
occasional darn or gosh slips from his
lips. If you heard someone else say dog gone
or gosh, youd laugh at them.
You don't when Jimmy Carnes says it.
Carnes is that kind of southern gentleman. Born
in that great city, which everyone knows, Eatonton,
Ga., Carnes has been reared on soft words that
dont bite..
But Sunday afternoon, those words barked a
little. In disgust.
When Jim Ryun failed to come down here for
the Kansas track meet, he did a disservice to
himself and his fans. Ryun owes just as much
to the public off the track as well as on it.
But he didnt show true sportsmanship.
Ryun said he couldnt come down because of
a leg injury. But as early as a week before the
meet he was running 17 to 18 miles. This week weekend
end weekend hes going to participate in the Kansas Re Relays.
lays. Relays.
But Carnes took Ryuns word that he couldnt
run. Injuries happen, so be it. But Ryuns right
hand was perfectly healthy. So then would be his
John Hancock for thousands of Ryun fans.
We guaranteed Kansas $4,000 for the trip. And
that included Ryun. He was our big drawing card.
He is just a big asset off the track as on it.
The meet drew 2,500 fans. Carnes expected at
least 10,000.
All Im going to say now is that Ryun should
have come. Im not going to push it. Its too late
now.
So thats all Jimmy Carnes would say about
Jim Ryun. You would expect comments like Ryuns
a bad apple with a bad attitude. Or Ryuns too
big a duck to come to such a small pond. But
Carnes wont say it.
He doesnt have to. I will. Ryuns an all-star,
all right
From the neck down.

9 Students To
Karate Meet
ASHEVILLE, N.C. A team of
Universal Karate Dp jo will con contest
test contest at the 1968 Tarheel U.S.K.A.
Open Karate Tournament this
Saturday.
Universal Karate Dojo of
Gainesville has a membership of
over 50 students, most of them
from the UF. The following UF
students will be competing at the
Tarheel tournament this week weekend:
end: weekend: Black Belt Division: Dirk
Mosig and Don Coll ye r. White
Belt Division: Stephen Leonard,
Ed Nevares, Dave Rotford, John
Simmons, John Kirkland, Ken
Gravel, Dan Ryals.
Dirk Mosig is head instructor
ancl Don Collyer assistant in intructor
tructor intructor of the karate club.

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Red Sox Top Chisox, 2-0

BOSTON (UPI) The Boston
Red Sox defeated the winless
Chicago White Sox 2-0 Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, thanks to Carl Yastrzem Yastrzemskis
skis Yastrzemskis fourth home run of the
season combined with the five fivehit
hit fivehit pitching of southpaw Dick
Ellsworth.
Yastrzemski, the American
Leagues triple crown winner
a year ago, slammed a pitch by
Chicago starter Cisco Carlos
into the left-centerfield screen
with the bases empty in the
first inning. He was walked in intentionally
tentionally intentionally in his next three ap appearances.
pearances. appearances.
Ellsworth, pitching for the first
time in_Fenwa^Park^^

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Abolish Spring Practice?
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Abolish spring football practice?
At first the question smacks of the absurd. Who
would think of abolishing spring drills?
Spring practice lets us know who will play
for us during the regular season, said head coach
Ray Graves. This way we dont have to wait un until
til until the fall.
But, as of the moment, some 25 Florida grid gridders
ders gridders will have to wait till September.
We had 25 boys out of practice Monday, said
Ed Kensler, quarterback coach.
All were out with injuries. About half were not
of the serious type, just some scattered scars that
need healing. But some werent so lucky.
Steve Tannen has a broken collarbone, Brian
Hipp has a separated shoulder, so does Terry
Morris, Guy McTheny has shattered knee ligaments,
Gene Peek has ruptured knee cartilages, Teddy
Hager has two broken fingers, Mac Steen has a
swollen knee. And the list could run until His
Second Coming.
But these hurts are hangnails compared to Spring
1967. More than 50 Gators missed most or all of
the drills with injuries. At least seven operations
took place.
But spring practice still cracks on, injuries or
not.
We are forced to, Kensler said. We have
to find out quick w hos going to play, whether they
are in shape or not.
If they were in condition, these injuries wouldnt
happen as much. But we dont have enough time
to get them into shape. So we just have to turn
them loose and hope for the best.
Yes, its brutal, Kensler continued.J'lts very
sad. But we have no choice.
Eventually, however, I think spring practice
will be abolished and well have to start a few weeks
earlier in the fall, Kensler added.
Sounds like a good suggestion. Maybe there are
better ones. Im sure the 25 cripples wouldnt
mind hearing one.
And so, whether one calls it luck or not, our
football players and injuries are on a collison
course. But the crash is not inevitable, because,
believe it or not, people are still humane.

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second complete game victory in
two starts since being acquired
from Philadelphia.
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