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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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5 Editors Quit Alligator Staff

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Alligator Editor Steve Hull Sits Alone In Newsroom Following Mass Walkout
Student Senate Deplores
Law Professors Leaving

By KATffIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
A resolution condemning the
method used to force the depar departure
ture departure of Spencer Boyer, visiting
professor of law, was passed
by the Student Senate Tuesday
night. It was accompanied by
another resolution calling for
equal housing facilities for Ne Negro
gro Negro and white students.
Boyer, a Negro, left Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville shortly after the death of
Dr. Martin Luther King in re response
sponse response to a phone call threaten threatening
ing threatening his life and those of his
family.
The resolution stated that the
absence of Professor Boyer as
a highly competent teacher handi handicaps
caps handicaps the quality of professors
which this institution can at attract
tract attract black or white and
Injures the national academic
reputation of this university in
light of the circumstances under
which Professor Boyer made his
departure.
The resolution also charged
that reference to this institu institution
tion institution as a great university be becomes
comes becomes a sham in the shadow of
this grave threat to academic
freedom.
Therefore, let it be re resolved,
solved, resolved, it read, that the uni university
versity university publicly condemn the
methods used to force Boyer's
departure and to vehemently
voice its indignation at this in interference
terference interference with its normal
affairs.
In the resolution the Senate
recommended that the university
support this condemnation with
a widely publicized, extensive
recruitment of both Negro pro professors
fessors professors and students and that
results be evidenced by fall of

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1968 in terms of significant in increases
creases increases in enrollment of Negro
students and faculty members
who meet the standards of this
university.
The equal facilities resolution


FOR JA/tED ACTIVISTS
Afro-Americans
To Raise Bond

By EVAN LANGBEIN
Alligator Staff Writer
Larry Jordan, press-sec press-secretary
retary press-secretary of the UFs Afro-Amer Afro-American
ican Afro-American Student Association, an announced
nounced announced Thursday that a fund
raising drive is being planned to
raise bond to get Black Power
advocates Joe Waller and Levy
Wilcox out of jail.
Waller and Wilcox were arres arrested
ted arrested on April 6 for inciting to
riot after they led a local rally
held at Mt. Carmel Church by
the Student Nonviolent Coordina Coordinating
ting Coordinating Committee (SNCC) on a
march to the county courthouse
and the county jail.
Jordan said the drive to raise
bond will be sponsored by the
Committee for the Defense of the
Black Community and will in incorporate
corporate incorporate a house-to-house ef effort
fort effort with a public meeting to be
held somewhere in the Negro
community.
There will be speakers at this
meeting and it will probably be
held in a church somewhere in the
black community, Jordan said.
Meanwhile Waller and Wilcoxs

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

called for a censuring of apart apartment
ment apartment owners found to be prac practicing
ticing practicing discrimination by listing
in the Alligator and in the Off Offcampus
campus Offcampus Office lists of unaccept unacceptable
able unacceptable landlords.

case was bound over to the circuit
court Wednesday by County Judge
John Connell.
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I think the testimony reveals
these people gathered at three
specific locations and the words
spoken were to incite a riot.
The intent of the statute is to
protect, Connell said.
He said the intent of the statute
passed last year by the Florida
Legislature was preventive,
and that a riot could very pos possibly
sibly possibly have occurred.
The state attorneys office has
indicated that it will continue pro prosecution.
secution. prosecution. It intends either to
take more testimony or, after in investigation,
vestigation, investigation, to file an information
and seek an arraignment at the
May plea day of the circuit court.
Circuit Court Judge J. C. Ad Adkins
kins Adkins is tentatively scheduled to
hear the pleas.
The earliest that the case could
be brought to trial is in June
when Judge John A. H. Mur Murphree
phree Murphree will conduct trial day for
the court.
Waller and Wilcox currently
(SEE AFRO PAGE 2)

Editorial Prompts f
Executive Walkout
By MICHAEL ABRAMS
Alligator Executive Editor
3
Five editors resigned their positions from
the Alligator Thursday night in disagreement
with an editorial which they feel is ir irresponsible
responsible. irresponsible *

Managing Editor Harvey Alper,
Executive Editor Harold Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, News Editor Harold Al Aldrich,
drich, Aldrich, Sports Editor Bob Pa Padecky,
decky, Padecky, and Assistant News Edi Editor
tor Editor Dave Doucette quit after they
learned that a controversial edi editorial
torial editorial blasting the Marshall
Jones hearing Tuesday night
might be run today.
Signed by Editor Steve Hull
and Michael Abrams, the edi editorial
torial editorial demanded the apology of
Tigert hall for allowing the names
of students to be read into the
testimony against Dr. Jones in
his tenure hearing.
Tuesday night Alper termed the
editorial irresponsible journal journalism.
ism. journalism.
Im quitting because of what
I consider irresponsible journal journalism
ism journalism being exercised on the part
of Editor Steve Hull who has re refused
fused refused to consider the fact that
he just might be wrong, Al Alper
per Alper said.
' Padecky termed his departure
a professional decision. He
said that he believed the editor editorial
ial editorial to be too strongly worded.
*The editorial devotes so much
space to name-calling and so
little space for the reasons for
such beliefs we feel it pros prostitutes
titutes prostitutes the integrity of the Alli Alligator,
gator, Alligator, Kennedy said.
The editorial termed the ad administrations
ministrations administrations case a witch witchhunt
hunt witchhunt and accused the prosecu prosecuting
ting prosecuting attorney with trying to prove
guilt by association and re resorting
sorting resorting to outright smear tac tactics.
tics. tactics. It pledged the resources
of the Alligator to see that the
freedom and good name of every
teacher and student of UF was not
(SEE EDITORS PAGE 2)

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Friday, April 19, 1968

BSP Censors
Editorials By
Hull, Abrams
By DAVID REDDICK
and 808 MORAN
Alligator Staff Writers
For the first and second times
in the Alligators 64-year his history
tory history an Alligator editorial was
withdrawn from publication fol following
lowing following action by the Board of
Student Publications.
Thursday night in a telephone
survey the board voted 4 to 3
to withhold an editorial similar
to the one withheld from Thurs Thursdays
days Thursdays paper following a BSP
meeting Wednesday night.
The editorial, critical of the
actions of the Faculty Senate
Committee on Academic Free Freedom
dom Freedom and Tenure, was pulled
Wednesday afternoon by Student
Publications Director Jack Det Detweiler.
weiler. Detweiler.
The BSP upheld Detweilers
action and Editor Steve Hull was
told by the board to revise the
editorial and run it in Fridays
paper.
The revised editorial was read
to the members of the board
Thursday night over the tele telephone.
phone. telephone.
Speaking for the board, Det Detweiler
weiler Detweiler said the members voted
4 to 3 that the revisions were
not sufficient to meet the intent
(SEE BSP PAGE 2^



Page 2

5, The Florida Alligator, Friday, April 19, 1968

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... at meeting Tuesday night

Board Pulls Editorial

f FttOH PACE ONE
of the action taken Wednesday
night by the board."
The Original editorial was
written by Staff Writer Mike Ab Abrams
rams Abrams and Hull. They attended an
open hearing in the Marshall
Jones Tenure case Tuesday night.
When Hull learned that Hie ed editorial
itorial editorial had been pulled, he asked
for a board meeting.
Detweiler called an emergency
meeting.
Editors Quit
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"infringed upon by the adminis administration
tration administration of this school."
"The editorial was irrespon irresponsible,
sible, irresponsible, immature, and inflamma inflammatory,"
tory," inflammatory," said Aldrich. "I cannot
in good conscience be a party
to it."
Hull said he was very sorry
to see the editors leave.
"They are close friends and it
is a disappointment to me per personally
sonally personally that they chose to leave
the Alligator," Hull said. "As
editor I will take the full res responsibility
ponsibility responsibility for the editorial."
The Board of Student Publica Publications
tions Publications refused to let the editor editorial
ial editorial run in todays paper, pending
a Sunday meeting.
The Alligator was left with
a skeleton staff to put out todays
issue.

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The board, made up of four
students and four faculty mem members,
bers, members, met at 7:30 Wednesday
night.
Only five members were pre present:
sent: present: Dr. Ralph B. Thompson,
chairman; Dr. Dexter Delony;
Dr. Del mas D. Ray; Frank Shep Shepherd
herd Shepherd and Bill Zewaski.
Detweiler spoke first, stating
his reasons for pulling the edi editorial,
torial, editorial, calling it "the type of
editorial that might antagonize
the principles involved."
Detweiler noted he did not
necessarily "disagree with the
editorial. But for the protection
of the Alligator, and for Hull,
I felt it was best not to run
it."
Hull answered he felt the dan danger
ger danger of a contempt of court charge
was impossible because the hear hearing
ing hearing was not a legal proceeding.
"The hearing reeked of a
witchhunt," Hull said.
The editor also called the UF
attorneys "irresponsible."
"I agree with Laughlin and
Katz (Jones attorneys) when they
called the procedure a farce,*
said Hull.
Abrams said that since the ad administration
ministration administration had opened the
meeting to the public, the Al Alligator
ligator Alligator should be allowed to com comment
ment comment on the procedure.
A general discussion then took
place between the board members
and the editors present.
After more than an hour of
discussion, Zewadski moved that
the board allow Hull to run the
editorial.
Zewadski and Shepherd voted
for the motion and Thompson

and Ray voted against. Delony
had indicated that, since this was
his first meeting and he was not
familiar with the affairs of the
board, he would abstain. This
made the vote 2-2.
It was decided that since the
board had failed to overrule the
director, his decision was final.
Thompson pointed out that this
was the first time the board had
been split with the students on
one side and the faculty on the
other.
The members of the board will
consider the editorial over the
weekend and hold an open meet meeting
ing meeting Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Boards
conference room on the third
floor of the Reitz Union.
The BSP granted Hull per permission
mission permission to run an editorial in
Todays Alligator condemning the
boards action.

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Afro-Americans

f FROM PAGE ONE
are being held in the county
jail. Their bonds were set at
$25,000 and $7,500 respectively
and neither has been able to post
it.
Witnesses for the state said
that Waller and Wilcox keep ad advising
vising advising the marchers to go into
the county jail and get Jack
Dawkins out. Dawkins is in jail
on charges concerning recent
firebombings.
Asst. Public Defender Jim
Pierce, Waller and Wilcoxs at attorney,
torney, attorney, told the court that there
must be a clear and present
danger of imminent riot if the
Florida statute is to be invoked.
If we do not limit the statute
we are going to run afoul of First
Amendment Freedoms, he said.
Jordan said that contrary to
what the states witnesses said
Waller and Wilcox made an effort
to stop the rioting at the county
jail.
They are not prophets of
doom. They did not tell the crowd
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He said Waller and Wilcoxs
arrest represents a mis miscarriage
carriage miscarriage of justice and that
they are being held on ridicu ridiculous
lous ridiculous charges.
There was never a riot to
Incite. They werent telling
people to take up arms, in fact
both of them were on the way
out of town right after the
march, Jordan said.
Jordan said that he is confident
that even if found guilty by the
circuit court that the decision
eventually would be overruled
probably at the Florida Supreme
Court level.

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By DAVID CHA FIN I
~ Alligator Staff Writer |
Movies
The Fox, FLORIDA theater, starts today, Friday, Saturday,
Sunday, no times available.
Yojimbo STATE theater, till Saturday, 3,5, 7, and 9 p.m.
Oliver Twist STATE theater, starts Sunday, 3,5, 7, and
9 p.m.
Planet of the Apes PLAZA theater, till Wednesday, 1:15,
3:20, 5:25, 7:30 and 9:30 p.m.
King Rat UNION AUDITORIUM, Friday, 7 and 9:30 p.m.
The Killers UNION AUDITORIUM, Saturday, 7 and 9:15 p.m.
Second Student Film Festival UNION AUDITORIUM, Sunday,
7 and 9:15 p.m. - w
Special Events
RAY CHARLES Fla. Gym, 8:15, Friday.
EMMANUEL ARIAS: violinist, University Auditorium, 4 p.m., Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday.
UNION DANCE: Union ballroom, 8 p.m., Saturday.
GOLDEN CROWN PRIX NATIONAL RACES: Fernandina Beach
Municipal Airport, Saturday and Sunday, general admission $2.50
for Saturday, $3.50 for Sunday, weekend pass $5.00.
SPAGHETTI DINNER: First Baptist Church, 425 West University
Avenue, Sunday, after 11 a.m. worship service.
POT LUCK SUPPER: Presbyterian student center, tonight, 6 p.m.,
for Parents Without Partners, single parents with or without
children are invited.
PANEL DISCUSSION: Union Auditorium, 10 a.m. Saturday, for
20th Annual Anniversary of Women at UF.
TALK: Prof. Wayne Shirbroun, Religion and Certainty, Hlllel
Foundation, 11 a.m., Sunday.
THEATER: Gainesville Little Theater, Look Back in Anger,
no information available.
Sports
BASEBALL: UF vs. University of Ga., at Athens, Friday and Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday.
TRACK: UF vs. FSU, Alabama, Auburn, and Mississippi State,
at Tallahassee, Saturday.
IN UP DOWN AND ALL AROUND: The Newman Club will join the
ranks of teeny-boppers for a roller skating party. All interested
are invited to meet at the Catholic Student Center at 7:15 p.m.
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I, The Florida Alligator, Friday, April 19, 1968

Page 4

Phone Strike
Won't Affect
Gainesville
Bv LYNNE TIESLAU
Alligator Staff Writer
Employees of Western Elec Electric
tric Electric began a nationwide strike
Thursday at 3 p.m. but Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Southern Bell Co. work workers
ers workers are not directly involved.
Southern Bell Co. and West Western
ern Western Electric are separate cor corporations,
porations, corporations, R.M. Coleman, dis district
trict district manager for Southern Bell
Co. said Thursday.-
Western Electric strikers in
Gainesville are installation
people who install the heavy
dialing equipment.
Workers striking against
Western Electric set up pick picket
et picket lines around the Southern Bell
Co. on SW 2nd Ave., Thursday.
So far, no Southern Bell work workers
ers workers have walked out, Coleman
said. All employees are expec expected
ted expected to come to work* but its
quite possible that some employ employees
ees employees will not show up.
Gainesville employees have a
contract until May 12th with
Southern Bell which includes a
no strike clause, according to
Coleman.
But the Communications
Workers of America (CWA) are
encouraging the Southern Bell
workers to violate the clause,
said Coleman. If this happens,
action will have to be put on those
who violate the clause.
i 1
Strike Spans
42 States
WASHINGTON (UPI) More
than 200,000 American Telephone
& Telegraph Co. workers in 42
states went on strike for higher
wages Thursday in a walkout
likely to hamper but not stop
telephone service.
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Com munications Workers of Am America,
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Bv SYDNEY FRASCA
Alligator Staff Writer
The absence of popcorn and
cotton candy at Carnigras is a
result of gross violations of
an ordinance governing food es establishments,
tablishments, establishments, Geral Pafford of
the Alachua County Health Dept,
said Wednesday.
They wanted to serve food,
but they didnt have anything to
serve with, Pafford said.
We inspected one facility
which was to be used to serve
only employees, and it didnt meet
the requirements and they were
told not to use it, he said.
He said the carnival personnel
didnt apply for a permit until
after health department repre representatives
sentatives representatives were sent over Mon Monday
day Monday to investigate a report from
UF officials, whom Pafford would
not identify.
He did say that the UF official
was in no way connected with
Servomation, the company which
handles food service on campus.
Pafford said the carnival
people were advised at the time
of the investigation that they
could not operate food con concessions
cessions concessions without a permit.
Gary Neely, a UF student who
is part owner of the carnival.

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Neely claimed the problem was
that they didnt apply for the
permit two weeks in advance, and
contended that the health depart department
ment department officials refused to inspect
the facilities.
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said.
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he said.
A possible solution to the prob problem
lem problem of food at Carnigras is now
in the works, according to Bill
Neron, Student Government
Press secretary.
Robert Overton, director of
Servomation has offered to set
up some food service and donate
the proceeds to Dollars for
Scholars.
We are trying to work out
arrangements between the car carnival

nival carnival people and Servomation so
that there will be food served
at Carnigras Friday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Neron said.
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military ball next week. The girls
pictured from left to right are:
Nancy Zanki, Kathy Young, Cheryl

Advisor Status Varies,
OConnell Announces

UF President Stephen C.
O'Connell, Thursday, stated that
he felt there was no reason for
some administration personnel
not to serve in advisory posi positions
tions positions for campus groups.
The issue has been brought
to head recently because of a
controversy concerning As Assistant
sistant Assistant Dean of Women Loyce
Katz. Dean Katz is advisor to
the Association of Women Stu Students
dents Students (AWS).
It was my decision that the
president of the university should
not serve as the advisory to
any groups/ O'Connell said.
It is also my determination
that the university vice presi presidents
dents presidents and the provosts should
not serve in advisory positions,"
he continued.
AEPis Man
Fair Booth
Members of Alpha Epsilon Pi
(AEPi) fraternity have this week
been assisting at the Dollars
for Scholars Florida Carnigras.
Officials of the fraternity call
this the Biggest service pro project
ject project ever attempted," and esti estimate
mate estimate a total of 3,600 man-hours
have been put into the carnival.
Sixty brothers have been man manning
ning manning the booths from 3:30-10:30
p.m. each day and plan to work
all day on Friday and Saturday.
The fair will be on campus
through Saturday.
The brothers voted unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously to donate the time, thus saving
SG an estimated $2,000 in
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THE DIAMOND MIND ===^==bhhhhbh
The El usive Peace Site
===== BY BARRY DIAMOND

Headlining the news this week is the
elusive search for a site for peace talks
between the United States and North Viet Vietnam.
nam. Vietnam.
Although it is true that President Johnson
has said We will go anywhere, at any
time, and talk to any one, in search of
peace" it is becoming plain that the ex exceptions
ceptions exceptions to that statement were Phnom
Penh and Warsaw, right now, and the North
Vietnamese, respectively. It is not that the
United States does not have a fondness
in its heart for Phnom Penh and Warsaw.
Why, only a few months ago Jackie Kennedy
herself vacationed in Phnom Penh. And
Warsaw is the only place on earth congenial
enough for the United States and Communist
China to meet.
But all these facts are irrelevant. In a
sincere effort to break the deadlock over
the choice of a site for peace talks several
new cities have thrown their hats into the
ring.
(1) Miami Beach
The Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce
voted unanimously to invite the United
States and North Vietnam to hold peace
talks there. Mayor Jay Dermer withheld
his support, however, on the grounds that
a peace agreement would have to be reached
within four months, because of the promise
he made to the Republican Party. Dermer
promised that in return for bringing their
convention to Miami Beach he would not
book any event that would take the play
away from the Republicans. He stated that
in his opinion the presence of Averell
Harriman, Llewellyn Thompson, Dean Rusk,
and perhaps the President might indeed
take away some of the play from the con conventioneering
ventioneering conventioneering Republicans. Dermer em emphasized
phasized emphasized that he had already denied the
request of the American Association of

Mattress Stuffers to bed down on Miami
, Beach for their convention, and that as far
as he was concernejd he could not support
peace talks while opposing mattress stuf stuffers.
fers. stuffers.
(2) Green Bay
Citing a recent winning tradition, the
Chamber of Commerce urged the United
States to press for Green Bay as a site
for talks.
(3) Gainesville
Citing the need to improve the image of
the community without spending any money,
the Gainesville City Commission voted to
notify the respective parties of the avail availability
ability availability of Gainesville as a site for talks.
The Commission cited the lack of
recreational facilities in Gainesville as
a plus factor, arguing that the delegates
would thus have nothing to do but talk
peace.
(4) Cairo
The Egyptian government, citing a need
for increased tourist revenues, offered
Cairo as a site for peace talks. The
governments spokesman expressed Egypt's
familiarity with hastily concluding two party
wars.
(5) Havana
In order to remedy the situation of having
the Havana Hilton completely vacant, as it
has been for the last seven years, Fidel
Castro announced yesterday the avail availability
ability availability of Havana as a site for peace talks.
Guests would have to bring their own towels
and do their own cooking, Castro warned,
as the former hotel staff is now working
in the cane fields.



THE AMERICAN DREAM=^=
9
Vietnam
Fantasy
====BY UNCLE JAVERNECK

.With a flick of LBJs crisis-weathered hand, the rusty mechan mechanism
ism mechanism of peaceful negotiation has creaked to life. A limited bomb bombing
ing bombing pause and a promise to talk have seemingly proved sufficient
to draw an affirmative response from Hanoi.
Now, the inevitable question: Who will be the first to upset the
delicate balance of interchange between Washington and Hanoi?

The whole affair seems slightly
unreal.
On one hand, neither the Ad Administration,
ministration, Administration, self-righteous
through all its blunders, nor the
general public with visions of the
American Dream dancing like
sugar-plums through their col collective
lective collective heads, are ready to con concede
cede concede to the conditions that Hanoi
will have to require.
Those conditions will un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly resemble the same Ge Geneva
neva Geneva Accords that we violated
when we first began to escalate
troop strength in South Vietnam.
To accept thferh now would be
to admit that nearly twenty thou thousand
sand thousand American lives and pos possibly
sibly possibly a million Vietnamese lives
were sacrificed to a mistake.
On the other hand, Hanoi must
know that it would be better off
to wait till after the presidential
elections and deal with a man who
has less of a reason to justify
the war.
Perhaps either or both sides
were pressured into the gesture.
The U._ S. may wish to prove
once and for all that the only
reasonable Communist is a dead
Communist. Maybe Hanoi is
making another bid for World
sympathy something it has
plenty of already. At any rate
it seems as though the best in interests
terests interests of the two governments
would be served by raising to
a peak, then shattering possibil possibilities
ities possibilities of peace-talks and blaming
the other side.
LBJ, in his crude homespun
Idea of diplomacy, maybe edging
the foundations out from under
negotiation plans already by
haggling about the meeting place
when only a few months ago,
he vowed that he would send a
representative to . .any spot
on this Earth. .
Already he has flatly turned
down two suggestions from Hanoi
as to place of meeting.
Or perhaps Hanoi will shake
the delicate balance by demanding
that the U.S. do something more
positive byway of de-escalation
than merely promising not to
bomb the same empty craters
and ruined villages that it has
for months, while rushing
thousands more troops to battle
zones.
Whatever the problems in involved
volved involved in creatively upsetting
peace plans for the near future
while casting off all blame, they
will no doubt be expertly re resolved.
solved. resolved.
Meanwhile, the idea that an
incumbent administration will
readily and easily disengage
his nation from a war he worked
long and hard to justify and
encourage is little more than
fantasy.
y ( -J
People who believe prop propositions
ositions propositions of this sort are the same
ones who end up crying under
the Christmas tree with a fist
full of false whiskers.

MUMTOft
BRAIHOSITIES
By LEWIS ROTHLEIN
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Good morning!
-*v
Johnson, Barry, Brewster,
Edwards, Adams and Lewis are
each sophomores in one of the
following colleges:
Yale, Harvard, Princeton,
Dartmouth, Florida (Florida?),
and Columbia.
Miss Short is Barrys girl.
Miss Philips is Brewsters girl.
Miss Larson is Lewis girl. Miss
Rice is Johnsons girl. Miss
West is Edwards girl.
Miss Philips doesnt know any
Florida men.
Miss Larson never met any
Columbia men.
Miss West hates Harvard men.
Miss Kent roots for Princeton.
Brewster knows Miss West but
she wont have anything to do
with him.
Barry wears a big Y on his
sweater.
TO WHICH COLLEGE DOES
EACH MAN GO?
And herein lies the poem to
yesterdays cryptogram:
I remember, I remember
The house where I was born,
The little window where the
sun
Came peeping in at morn;
He never came a wink too soon,
Nor brought too long a day,
But now, I often wish the night
Had borne my breath away!
Have a pleasant day.

The Dreadful Outlook
Os A True Realist

MR. EDITOR:
I was appalled the other day
at a friend of mine with whom
I was engaged in a heated dis discussion
cussion discussion about the world today.
He has the most dreadful outlook
on mankind of anyone I know.
To him war and b*; k >ring among
nations is inevitable. History,
he said, has shown beyond the
shadow of a doubt that peace
will never, and can never, find
a place on this earth. Human
nature itself prevents us from
ever obtaining that goal.
The men on this small campus
cannot even get along without
fighting and bickering, so how can
you expect the hundreds of nations
to live in peace? Are they not
made up of men?
Because there shall always be
war, my friend believes that it
is foolish for nations (ours in
particular) to make supreme
sacrifices which would sup supposedly
posedly supposedly serve the effort to ob obtain
tain obtain world peace. Men must re remain
main remain united together as nations
in order to survive; a one-world
system of government will not

'My Religion Is Living

MR. EDITOR:
He is an agnostic. He is one
who doesnt know. But does Lewis
Rothlein (An Agnostic Speaks)
really know that agnostics would
like to know? In any case, he
does not speak for me.
I too, am agnostic. I found his
questions pondering the essence
of religion as trivial as is re religion,
ligion, religion, itself. My own brand of
agnosticism simply fails to in incite
cite incite in me any ponder as to the
nature of God. It shocks people
when I say that I really dont
care, but I just dont.
Whether or not there exists
a Supreme Being is of little

OPEN FORUM:
Jkitiia imi VIMMt
There is no hope for the complacent man."

The Frustration Os UFs
Mediocrity And Stupidity

MR. EDITOR:
Beyond a doubt, we think of
Florida as a University. We be believe
lieve believe that we are learning some something
thing something of importance here, trying
our best to get along.
I say to this: NO.
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bring peace on this earth, it
would not solve our problems or
war and fighting.
We should constantly strive to
improve ourselves and the world.
We should always work for peace,
he says. But we must always
realize that an idealistic or
Utopian society can never and
will never be obtained.
Maybe a realist attitude such
as his is right; what do you
think?
- MICHAEL HAWKINS

I The Hidden Population |
MR. EDITOR:
Hats off to the Governor and the city commission!
What better way to reduce lawlessness than to remove a citys
population? Let's hope that the tense Gainesville police will not
overreact to minor violations now that life has returned to the big
city.
In light of the findings of the National Advisory Commission on
Civil Disorders (p. 327), that 86% of the riots studle d began between
the hours of 4 p.m. and midnight, the precautions taken here in
Gainesville did not appear to show a great deal cf insight.
DENNIS SWINE HART, 4AS

importance to me. Were there
a Supreme Being, I most serious seriously
ly seriously doubt that He would be as
quick to condemn those who doubt,
as are His children. I feel that
people only know for sure that
God exists because they want
to know for sure.
This, to me, is the basis of
religion a need for security.
Someone who will always keep
the show running if US' inane
humans louse things up. And in
this light, I must say that re religion
ligion religion is an excellent solution
to making many people feel
happier during life.
But I just cannot believe that
it will make any difference to

This place is beyond any doubt
the most mediocre of the medio mediocrity
crity mediocrity of our technological civili civilization.
zation. civilization. This university has taught
me very little, except what a
sorry place it is. I have tried
to put up with a multitude of
imbecilities which are all in individually
dividually individually frustrating to any free
person, but which taken together
constitute a veritable hell. I am
not alone in this, for many of my
friends also suffer greatly under
this system.
I have tried to tolerate ROTC.
I have thought of it as a punish punishment
ment punishment for attending the Univer University;
sity; University; I have looked at it prag pragmatically.
matically. pragmatically. But beyond this, stand standing
ing standing around for no reason in the
hot sun with a sickening clown
suit on, and on top of that being
screamed at by subhumans is re repugnant
pugnant repugnant to even the most toler tolerant.
ant. tolerant.
I have tried to tolerate the
stupidity and mediocrity of the
students, but their prime pur purpose
pose purpose in life seems to be to make
noise and pollute the atmosphere
with their obscene words and
presence. And there are always
too many of them oozing around,
making life potently miserable
by their omnipresence.
I have tried to tolerate
Chester and the Board, but can cannot.
not. cannot. The thought of a supposed
university being run by cow
farmers and hardware store op operators
erators operators installed in office not in
spite of, but because of their
stupidity a . there are no
words for Chester.
I have seen Gainesville living
off the students money and in

Friday, April 19, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

me or God to believe and pray.
Mostly, I do not think that it
will make any difference in my
life, to believe; I will still die
somewhere, sometime, some somehow.
how. somehow. And this is all that really
counts, since along with not being
concerned with Gods existence,
I sincerely believe that a kicked
bucket remains thus.
In other words, my God is
Life. Living is supreme. *My
religion is to live. Get as much
out of* life as can be gotten.
Life is a tremendous privilege,
whoever put us here, and should
not be wasted.
DOUG OLANDER, lUC

return distrust, suspect, and even
show a hateful attitude toward
me; and I have seen all the
churches ring this university like
a scummy crust left in a toilet
and suck off it and live off it
like parasites. I know that this
letter will not change anything;
the only change is to leave, and
that is what I contemplate every
day to the end of this term.
NAME WITHHELD
Two Leaders-
Were They
True Heroes?
MR. EDITOR:
When I think of the name Mar Martin
tin Martin Luther King, I think of a
great man. And, when I think
of the name John F. Kennedy I
think of greatness also. The two
men were dedicated to achieve
much for the American people
and they did much for the Am American
erican American people. Both men were
truly great leaders. I find that
they both fought for principles
which I myself consider worthy.
There is another way in which
I regard these men as similar.
After the death of President Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, airports were named after
him, streets were named after
him, etc. After the death of Mar Martin
tin Martin Luther King, people were
wearing black bandages, people
were asking for a three minute
silent period before class, people
were rioting, there were candle candlelight
light candlelight services held everywhere
at all times, etc.
Now, I recognize that these
men did do much for the American
way of life, but I ask you one
question.
Were these men heroes be because
cause because they were great (like many
non- assassinated people) or were
they heroes because they were
assassinated?*
LOUIS MacCAROL, 3AS

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FOR SALE
FOR SALE: All Electric Home, 4
bdrm., 2 bath with Den Paneled all
Electric Kitchen and Paneled Florida
Rm. With Wood Burning Fire Place,
Large Living rm.. Brick tri Level on
beautiful wooded hill. Phone
3057732330, after 6 p.m.
(Allostp)
VERY TIDY TR-3 -1962, New
engine! No rust or dents. Nice
interior. Radio, Tires, Paint. Need
Money bad, $400.00!, Tom
376-3211, Ext. 5171 days,
378-4477 nights. (Allo-4t-p)
FOR SALE: COLLIERS
Encyclopedias. $40.00 equity take
over payments $12.00/mo. Call
376-3261, Ext. 2746 (A-110-st-p)
9' 8" Hansen Surfboard for sale.
1% solid redwood strip Square
taiblock. Custom made. Original
price $175.00. Selling for SIOO.OO
two small dings on rail.
(Allo3tp)
BLONDE HUMAN hair fall excellent
condition, owned 10 weeks can be
rinsed to match your shade sell for
half price $30.00. Jail Sue
376 6148. After 6 p.m.
(Allo2tp)
GERMAN SHEPHERD Puppies
purebred, black and silver. Males,
females. Wormed, no papers. $40.00
each. Call 3784055 evenings or
weekends. (Allo3tp)
PORTABLE TV Silvertone
$50.00: G.E. Refrigerator 8.5 Cu. Ft.
60.00. Call 376-6394 after 5 or
Saturday. (Allo2tp)
1966 HONDA 50. Excellent
condition -Looks Ike and runs like
new machine. Great on mileage. Rear
view mirror and back rack. Only
$150.00 Cheap. Call Jack,
378-8829. (A-110-st-p)
FOR RENT
v.v. 1 .*.
AVAILABLE IMMEDIAIbLY 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)
MOBILE HOME spaces for rent, nice
shady lots, located in Micanopy.
$25.00 monthly. Phone 4663300.
(Bll66tp)

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Written for the screen and Directed by BRYAN FORBES a Columbia pichjres Release
mi won -jus for yps|j. L s K B RAT UPASONEOFTHE
Friday April 19 7:00, 9:30 P.M.
fleW /r 'V one way to Kill
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A UNIVERSAL PICTURE |
. Saturday April 20 7:00, 9:15 P.M. jj

I FOR RENT
J! X
SUMMER QUARTER and/or fall, t
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)
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)
SUMMER SPEClAL,2bedroom,
furnished. Extra large new central
Heat and Air, island kitchen extras,
sl2 5. Call 376- 1 546.
(B-115-ts-c)
THE PLACE to live this summer:
French Quarter. Sublease 2 br.
Apt.,AC, Pool. Call 376-2912, Apt.
15. (Bllostp)
WANTED
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 378-8257 after
6:00 P.M. (C-119-3t-p)
LIVE FREE AT VILLAGE PARK
Male roommate wanted through
August. Move in immediately pay no
rent until May. Call 3769017.
(Cll4lOtp)
MICROSCOPE Medical school
quality. Prefer recent model Leitz.
Binocular only. Will Purchase now.
Receive at end of term. 3788688.
(Cllo2tp)
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. (Ell2tfp>
SECRETARY women with
bookkeeping and secretarial skills no
shorthand required, to take charge of
main office of rapidly growing
company. Call 3785378.
(Ell Bst

Friday, April 19, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

HELP WANTED
NEED CARRIER for Morning paper
route. To Deliver on University of
Florida Campus. Phone 3724902.
(Elloltc)
MALES Summer camp jobs in
North Carolina for eight weeks
Camp Pinewood, Hendersonville, N.
C. General Cabin Counselors or
Speciality Counselors (Water Ski,
RrOery, Archery, Tennis Waterfront
or Campcraft.) Write to: T.R.
Robertson, 1414 Flech Ave. Jax.,
Florida 32207. (E-118-st-c)
HELP WANTED MALE Mens
clothing Salesman, 5 day work week,
or part-time. y Profit sharing and
discount privileges. Salary
commensurate with experience.
Apply Wilson Department Stores,
Inc. (Ell6stc)
RECEPTIONIST for pediatric office.
Write stating permanence, experience
and references. P.O. Box 573A,
Gainesville Sun. (Ellstfc)
MARKETING MANAGER
Part-time evening work for rapidly
growing utility. Exceptional
opportunity >to grow with young
company. Call 3785377.
(E-1185tp)
RESEARCH LABORATORY needs
helps 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.
$2.0034 hour. Please call Mrs. Harriet
Wilkerson, 3782839, between 6:30
and 9:30 p.m. only. (Ell 10tp)
AUTOS
1961 Corvair Monza. Good Tires,
Radio, Heater, 4 on the floor, 50,000
original Miles. Call Dick Durnand,
3729454. Leave Message. $350. or
best offer. (G-110-3t-p)
3 BIG SHOWS IN COLOR J
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AUTOS
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.
(G-1192tp)
E-TYPE, 4.2 JAGUAR. 1965.
Rdstr. Ike new, white, new black
top. No scratchs or dents. Never
repainted. Phone 3729444.
(Gll3tp)

"The Establishment Isn't
flfcl going to like the new Ramparts
"tudent films. "p resen jj n g
THE 1967 WINNERS of the
if* L (R \\ N.S.A. STUDENT FILM
W \ AWARDS
short films, some
Z/gc in color, from the campus
nE^P^fln) mwr community and underground
SUNDAY 7 & 9:15
UNION AUD.
AGNES MOOREHEAD
. . discusses the theatre r
. . does readings from Carl
Sandburg & Marcel Proust
NEXT FRIDAY, APRIL 26
Lambda lota Tau Reception Following Performance
Tickets Available Reitz Union Box Office
Union Board Fine Arts Committee

Use our handy
mail in order
form.

AUTOS
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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)
1963 FALCON Good 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)



CLASSIFIEDS

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| AUTOS |
1964 TR-4?New rugs, uphostery,
excellent mechanical condition,
body, paint in very good shape;
asking $1,050. 3786395.
(Gll4lOtp)
BUICK CONVERTIBLE. 1962
Electra 225. White, Pink Leather
interior, auto. Transmission, R and
H, Full Power. One owner, $850.00
376-2771 after 6 p.m.
(Glloltp)
PERSONAL
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FLIGHT $120.00 one way- $220
Round trip. NYC Copenhagen,
Depert June 10 (SAS) Return July
21, (Pan Am). Only 15 of 167 seats
remaining first come first served.
Danish Representive in USA only
until Saturday. 378 6401.
(Jll92tp)
TENNIS ANYONE? Tennis Partner
soujrfit intermediate Level to practice
and perfect contack. Miss Papazian.
378-7379. (J-110-It-p)
TWO HIP U. F. Seniors desire
nocturnal companionship between 10
pjn. and 7 a.m. Call Dick or Alan.
372-8339. (J-11)-2t-p)
SEEKING CHEAP THRILLS??
SPECIAL TWO-DAY HIGH ONLY
$5. when you dig the sports car
racing action at the GOLDEN
CROWN PR IX SCCA National sports
car races April 20-21 at Fernandina
Beach Municipal Airport. Tickets at
Reitz Union Box Office. Check
student gr&up discount rates!
(Jll6stp)
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.
Ill92tp)

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procrastinators
! (but what can I do?) 111 PmW I
Simple! Order your Seminole |
I now, before it's too late!!!! |
I Mail orders must be postmarked |
Ino later than Sunday, so either Wffffl i
I come by and order or clip this 111^
I coupon and mail it NOW!!
J | & Address: I
Room 330, Reitz Union j§
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$ for copies of SIIID f§
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handmade, customfitted leather,
come in and smell the sandals
anyway. DEM IAN at the SCENE by
Carolyn Plaza. (Jll92tp)
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.'tGatr 8250883, Jim.
(L-1193tnc)
SIO.OO REWARD for return of
Versalog Rule, Name W N Phinney
on name plate. Call 3729295 ask
for Patsy Rm 316. (L-118-3t-p)
LOST: Black Wallet around
Murphree Area. I must have I.D.
Cards. REWARD. Please call
372-9177. (Lll3tp)
FOUND: Ford ignition key, in front
of JWR Union. Call. ext. 2832.
(Ll2o3tF)
FOUND: Ladies wristwatch in Flint
Parking Lot . Call 3766797 to
identify. (L-110-3t-p)
SERVICES
v >:
ALTERNATORS GENERATORS
STARTERS Electrical systems
tested repairs. Auto Electric Service
- 603 S.E Second Street, 378-7330.
(M-101-ts-c)
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)
NURSERY ATTENDANT for
Church Sunday morning 9:30 to
12:00 and evening 6:30 to 8. $5.00
per Week. Call First Christian
Church 376-6011. (M-110-2t-p)

... 'NO STALE BREAD
Coeds Air Gripes,
i Food Service Responds J

The women of Rawlings Hall
took their gripes and suggestions
concerning their cafeteria
directly to Servomation last
week. And they received im immediate
mediate immediate results.
Baked goods arent stale any anymore.
more. anymore. They are wrapped now.
Complaints dealt with hours of
operation, quantity of servings,
quality, freshness of baked goods,
variety, especially of meats and
prices. Requests were presented
to Mrs. Grace Madden, acting
head of servomation by Miss
Linda Frazier, lUC, and Miss
Vicki Hunt, lUC.
The women want the cafeteria
to be open at night and also
to extend the breakfast hour from
10 to 11 a.m. Their breakfast
will be extended as soon as a
new grill is installed, the girls
were informed.
The cafeteria should be a con convenience
venience convenience to the student, Miss
Frazier explained. Right now, it
is not.
Masters Board
Sets Meeting
There will be a Board of Mas Masters
ters Masters meeting on April 26, for
final hearings and arguments on
the two petitions for constitu constitutional
tional constitutional interpretation. The meet meeting
ing meeting will be held in the Honor
Court Courtroom, Room 364 of
the Reitz Union at 4:00.
Anyone wishing to argue be before
fore before the court, oral or written,
must submit the oral or written
argument to the Clerk of the
Honor Court at least 72 hours
before the meeting.
Any legal aid needed for these
arguments may be obtained from
Charles Arnold, President,
Honor Court Bar Association,
ext. 2374.

CONSIDER A
CIVILIAN
< SjtS> AIR FORCE CAREER
AIR FORCE LOGISTICS COMMAND
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
near
Dayton, Ohio
There are excellent opportunities in
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
(All engineering degrees considered)
P S f interestedin the Air Force Logistics Command Staff Positions. The Indus IndusnrohleS
nrohleSf IndusnrohleS his in the areas of management systems design, significant
together with m^rh^ 8 k n ? w fedge ( he mathematical and physical sciences
consStanrto r^naS? 5 and principles of engineering analysis and design. He is a
increase the efferti f ment tbe a Pph cat on f proven management techniques to
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above frZ ner^ 1 Engineer 1S B lven specific assignments relating to the
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signed. assigned. throughout his career, he continues to be given increased resDonsibilitv
commenusrate with his ability. B increased responsiDiiny
nities U see e your rmati n regardmg these challenging and rewarding career opportu-
COLLEGE PLACEMENT DIRECTOR
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complete the attached and send to: Name ~
College Relations Representative Address.....
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Decree
Air Force Logistics Command
EWACEH School
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Available
Ohio 45433 r Force Logistics Command
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
An Equal Opportunity Employer hl
EWACEH (Ind. Engineer)

The quality and quantity of
many items came under attack.
But the breakfasts, salad bar,
and attitude of the help were
pointed out as excellent.
There is a captive audience
of 300 people here, Miss Hunt

Bulletin News
State, National, International News
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Police Track King Assassin
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI) FBI agents believed at one point
Wednesday that they had tracked down Eric Starvo Galt, the alleged
assassin of Dr. Martin Luther King, somewhere in California,
sources close to the investigation disclosed Thursday.
The tip reportedly came from the alleged brother or some other
co-conspirator in the killing.
'Poor People To March
ATLANTA (UPI) Main contingents of the late Dr. Martin Luther
Kings Poor Peoples march on Washington will set out from
Memphis, Boston and Chicago May 2, Kings successor announced
Thursday.
The Rev. Ralph Abernathy said he hoped thousands would be
in the ranks.
Rusk Proposes Peace Sites
WASHINGTON (UPI) Secretary of State Dean Rusk Thursday
proposed 10 more locations for possible peace contacts with Hanoi.
He also demanded a prompt answer and implied that President John Johnsons
sons Johnsons patience was wearing thin.
No Summit Meet Planned
AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI) President Johnson flew back home to Texas
Thursday and indicated the U.S. did not intend to hold an Asian
summit conference before or during preliminary peace talks to end
the Vietnam War.

pointed out. More people would
eat here if the food were any anywhere
where anywhere near the quality of the
College Inn. We really dont want
to go off campus or eat any anywhere
where anywhere else, Miss Hunt
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Orange and

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

ADMINISTRATIVE
NOTICES
PROGRESS TESTS:
Students Jn the following
courses are expected to take the
following tests. Each student
must bring a No. 2 lead pencil
and will be required to use his
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER.
CSS 111: Tuesday, April 23, 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.
CSS 113: Tuesday, April 23,
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; (O) 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.
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.

\Monev in Savings by the 10th...
V*^^^mN oW Earns Interest from the
/ ** g A K cff9 \ mS\ 5 1/4 % per year dividend credited semi-annually ITTtT 1 T r ~~ l r
' jP* 'Vl\ Minimum dividend earning account only $5.00!!!
. Serving the full-time employees of the U of F
FLORIDA CAMPUS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION!
sth Aveni e at the corner of 12th Street. Hours : 8:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. I

ADMINISTRATIVE
NOTICES
WANTED STUDENTS
eligible for the College
Work Study Program. Jobs
available for clerks, typists,
animal care and lab. Jobs for
students with chemistry and/or
biology background. Contact
Student Employment, Room 23,
Tigert Hall.
FR ESHM EN MEN
PLANNING TO MAJOR IN
AGRICULTURE are eligible to
win the Danforth 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.
GENERAL
NOTICES
EASTER EGG HUNT AND
PARTY sponsored by Pi
Lambda Phi and Kappa Delta
will be held Saturday, April 20,
1-4 p.m. at Pi Lam house, 15
Fraternity Row. Free
refreshments and prizes. Bring
your own basket if possible.
PLACEMENT
NOTICES
Students must be registered with
the Placement Service to
interview. Signup 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 19:
TRANS WORLD AIRLINES
INC. EE, ME, CE, IE. Must be
U. S. citizen.
j .
W. O. DALEY & CO. Acctg.
CAMPUS
CALENDAR
Friday, April 19:
Student Govt.: Cami-Gras,
Radio Road, 4 p.m.

BLUB BULLETIN

CAMPUS
CALENDAR
Parents Without Partners:
pot- 1u c k supper,
Presbyterian Univ. Center, 6
p.m. Single parents with or
without children welcome.
Union Movie: King Rat,"
Union Aud., 7:00 & 9:30
p.m.
Fla. Folk Dancers: dancing, 214
Fla. Gym, 8 p.m.
Lyceum Council: Ray Charles,
Fla. Gym, B:lspm.
Tryouts for the Fla. Players
production of Imaginary
Invalid," Constans Theatre, 7
p.m.
Saturday, April 20:
Mensa: Pool party and barbeque,
1605 N.W. 26 Way, 2:30 p.m.
All interested invited.
Union Movie: The Killers,
Union Aud., 7&9:15 pm.
Newman Club: roller skating
party, meet at Catholic
Student Center, 7:15 p.m.
Sign list at CSC if you plan to
attend.
Union Dance with the Rare
Breed, Union Ballroom, 8
p.m.
Sunday, April 21
Hillel Foundation: Prof. Wayne
Shirbroun, Religion and
Certainty, ' Hillel
Foundation, 11 am.
Newman Club: general meeting,
Catholic Student Center
Lounge, noon. Nomination of
officers.
Hillel Foundation: election of
officers, at the Foundation,
noon
Program Office: duplicate
bridge, Union 150 C, 1:30
p.m.
Music Dept. Mexican Series:
Emmanuel Arias, violin, Univ.
Aud., 4 p.m.
Fla. Cinema Society: Second
Student Film Festival,"
Union Aud., 7 & 9:15 p.m.
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Peace Corps & Returned Peace
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Booth and Unie* Games
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ON MERRY-GO-ROUND

Pops 20th Year
With Carnival

By PEGGYSEYKORA
Alligator Staff Writer
"Pop, Jess W. Rucker, a
53-year-old merry-go-round op operator
erator operator for the Deggeller carnival
loves carny life and has stuck
with it for 20 years.
People in carnivals come and
go. There are new faces in every
town, but college students look
all alike, he said>
Rucker went on to explain that
there are two types of carnival
people those that really like
people and love the travel and
those who are out for a fast buck
and that's all. I love meeting
new people, like talking to you,"
he told the Alligator reporter.
If I talk to the same guy every
day I dont learn anything new.
The carnival people dont know
where their next job will be. The
morning after the show closes
they are given their assignment.
Deggellers carnival is the lar largest
gest largest road show in the U.S. The
carnival here at the UF is only
Prizes Set
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The preliminary judging for
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until next Thursday when the
three finalists will be announced.
The queen, whose name will be
announced at the Military Ball,
April 27th, will receive as token
for her beauty and personality,
a SIOO wardrobe from Jodys
and a 26-inch high trophy valued
at $45.
The second place (first runner runnerup)
up) runnerup) prize includes a SSO gift cer certificate
tificate certificate from Sears, $lO from the
University Shop, and sls from
Maas Brothers.
Third place (second runner runnerup)
up) runnerup) will receive a SSO certificate
from Sears. Both runner-ups will
receive a 15 l/2-inch high trophy.
The selection of the Military
Queen of Scabbard and Blade has
joined the ranks of other major
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a third of the entire carnival,
he said.
As a little boy climbed up on
Ruckers lap he explained his love
of children. I probably have
more riders than the others,
because I love children. You know
children know when theyre loved.
Ive had five of my own. Theyre
all married now, so now I can go
back to carny life, he said.
Then there were the other men
who wouldnt talk. They said
that they didnt want their names
printed and they didnt have any anything
thing anything to say. People who like
Carnivals dont like to stay in
one place, said one worker.
Carnival people come and go,
said another.
But the old man said that the
men who operate the rides and
are salaried are usually more
reliable than those that run the
joints (concessions) on a per percentage
centage percentage profit.
Once you get a taste of the
carnival life youre hooked, said
the man who runs the dart game.
Fairs are the next thing well
play, said Rucker, And Ill be
there, because I love to meet
strangers and the children.

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Nancy Jeanne Adams, a junior
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[, The Florida Alligator, Friday, April 19, 1968

Page 14

By SCOTT DBGARMO
Alligator Staff Writer
Decent, law-abiding Negroes
are being subjected to so much
un-American pessimism about
living In a racist country that
I want to present, lor their bene- T
fit, the encouraging and scien scientific
tific scientific facts.
White experts say this know knowledge
ledge knowledge should immediately quell
such aberrations as Afro-Ameri Afro-Americanism
canism Afro-Americanism and Blade Power and
leave Negroes in a mood of
cheerful expectation.
I am going to tell how I be became
came became a WASP, and how you can
too.
It used to be my family was
a mixture of Welsh, Irish, Scotch-
Irlsh, Dutch, French, a trace
of Mexican and God knows what.
Now we* re 100 per cent Anglo-
Saxon. Its all because of the
rays of our national sunshine

rPORKTpH

By JOE TORCHIA
Alligator Feature Editor
It was at the Carni- gras and
she was going down as I was
going up and I was going down as
she was going up and we were
both going around as the music
was loud and louder and we were
y
going faster and louder and
downer and uper and all the people
were watching and smiling al almost-genulne
most-genulne almost-genulne smiles.
It was at the Carni-gras and
we were on the merry-go-round
-and down-and- up-and-around
and I think she was happy be because
cause because she was smiling but then
you never really know.
I had just met her a few
minutes before we went down-and
-up-and-around and I was talk talking
ing talking with Lynn when she put her
arm around me and hugged me
and said very matter-of-factly.
My name Is Elaine.
Like-1-said, It was at the
Carnigras on Wednesday evening
and the music was happy as the
merry-go-round music never
changed but played over and over
again and Lynn told me:
Elaine wants to be with some someone
one someone she loves for every single
moment. .But It's hard for
Elaine to find people to love her.
Elaine couldnt have been more
than 12 years old. As we went
round-and-round-and round on
the horses of the merry-go merry-gomerry-go-merry-go
merry-go-merry-go- merry-gomerry-go-merry-go round with
the never ending music.
And the horses were yellow and
purple and red and pink and
looked exactly the same except
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which, through a process of
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puscles corpuscles Into the purest Teutonic
hemoglobin.
Normally, this transubstanti transubstantiation
ation transubstantiation requires at least three
generations, but It is often
speeded up by various catalytic
agents. With my family an in interesting
teresting interesting process began with the
rapid accumulation of wealth by
certain (probably criminal) ele elements
ments elements on the distaff said.
Amazingly enough, some sub substance
stance substance in Federal Reserve Notes
seemingly intensifies the action
of the suns rays and makes more
soluble the less assimilative ele elements,
ments, elements, such as the Mexican taint.
Most marvellous of all is that,
the family retained its pure Am American
erican American blood despite our subse subsequent
quent subsequent pauperization. Thats true
no matter how low you sink.

Elaine had both of her small
hands on the pole as her head
rested against it at a slight
angle. Her eyes were very, very
large almost like a burnt
marshmallow and they were
actually very sad even though
she was smiling.
And I looked and almost-cried
as Elaine almost-laughed al almost-real
most-real almost-real happiness.
And I thought because I couldnt
help thinking: our horses are the
same. .why arent we?
But Elaines two hours of al almost-happiness
most-happiness almost-happiness were over and
she had to return to Sunland.
And I told Nick as 1 dizzily
walked away: Shes almost
dead.
And Nick sort-of-laughed but
I dont think he really did as
he said:
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The answer lies with melanin,
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thousand years, at most, the
Negro (if he doesnt become
childishly bitter and impatient)
will lose through evolution in his
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causing the rioter to sleep dur during
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his exposure time; secondly (and
would you believe it), by lots of
good hard work In the sun; pick picking
ing picking cotton and planting potatoes
is recommended.
Also, while apparently not a
catalyst, dishwater seems to have
an excellent effect on persons of
high melanin content, tending to
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CARNIGRAS:
Rat Ape Man

By ALLEN PIERLEONI
Alligator Staff Writer
The cry of hawkers grating the
ears, Johnny Rivers crooning
over speakers, revolving and
spinning colored lights, young
heroes winning stuffed animals
for their smiling girlfriends, the
ever-present milling and mad madding
ding madding crowd: this is the flavor
of Carnigras at the UF campus.
There are three exhibits at
the Carnigras that attract special
attention because of the way they
are billed: the woman who trans transforms
forms transforms herself into a gorilla
and back again; the 2,000 year
old Andes man; and the giant
man-eating rat from Vietnam.
Tay, the woman-gorilla, said,
she completes her amazing
transformation through mental
powers. She said she changes
herself by powers of concen concentration
tration concentration and added that she has
been doing this for 22 years.
Tay said she learned this bit
of amazement by reading books
of black magic and practicing
very hard. Her son, acting as
interpreter, (since Tay speaks
very little English, being from
Brazil) emphatically assured that
it is more difficult for Tay to
change into a gorilla than vice viceversa,
versa, viceversa, and also said Tay is some sometimes
times sometimes afraid she will not be able
to turn back into a woman when
she is a gorilla.
She gets very strong in the
cage,* he said. Only one man
can control her when she is a
gorilla. The doctors say that they
can do nothing about it thats
the way she is. It is impossible,
they say, but they admit it is
true.
The show consists of Tay clos closing
ing closing herself in a cage and con concentrating
centrating concentrating very hard her brows
even knitted then, presto!
Tay was a gorilla. She violently
shook the bars of her strong
steel cage and then discovered
the cage door was unlocked. She
ran toward the audience but the
single man in all the world that
can control her calmed her down
and sent her back to the cage
where, presto again! Tay was a
woman. Amazing!
A second interesting exhibit,
though not so dramatic, is the
2,000 year old man which, ac according
cording according to its owner Albert Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, was found by an archeologist
in the Andes Mountstfns in Peru.
The archeologist who found
him brought him back to Virginia
and stored him in a warehouse
where he stayed for 100 years,
Miller said. Then the man who
inherited him gave him to me
because I did some work for him
once. Hes been checked out by the
Smithsonian Institute and they
assured me hes a little over
2,000 years old.
Miller unlocked the glass case.
Go ahead and touch him. Hes
real, all right. Youll notice the
Incision in his neck probably
from a spear or an arrow. Also
notice that part of one of his
ears has been cut off probably
as a punishment for a crime he
committed. One of his toes gone,
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and the peculiar odor smelled
real enough even the teeth
f looked real. He has the texture of
dried, hardened leather and even
wears a brief loincloth sort of
a shy fellow.
When I first got him he was
all dirty and dusty, so my wife
cleaned him up with a cleaning
lotion, Miller continued. The
lotion turned him black, but its
slowly wearing off. Later an
undertaker said we should have
used soap and water.
Another unusual attraction at
the Carnigfas is the giant man maneating
eating maneating rat from Vietnam. Only he
doesnt have a tail and he doesnt
eat cheese. Owner Ann Hasel Haselton
ton Haselton said the rat will grow to
about 120 pounds and that its
present diet consists of meat,
grain and greens.
Its called a jungle rat and
was sent to me by a friend in
the northern part of Vietnam,
she said. At night they travel
in packs of 10 and 12 and will
attack a man like a dog it goes
for the throat. The teeth are about
two inches long. Ive heard tales
of these rats attacking and kill killing
ing killing and eating soldiers in Viet Vietna.
na. Vietna. Also the VC train the rats
to attack Gls escaping from
enemy prison campus.
The rat was in a wood and
wire cage and seemed nice
enough, like a regular friend of
man. Hes about as big as a small
dog and walks back and forth.
Sometimes hell even look up at
you.
Miss Haselton also has a two twotoed
toed twotoed sloth named Sam, a boa
constrictor and a coati (a rac raccoon-like
coon-like raccoon-like animal from Peru.
Sam the sloth has three stomachs,
four teeth, drinks water twice a
year and has no bones in his
legs what more could you
ask for?

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VISTA SERVICE IS
f >
'Time To Be Creative

(EDITORS NOTE: Today is the
last day that VISTA will be re recruiting
cruiting recruiting on the UF campus. Re Recruitment
cruitment Recruitment locations are at the
Hub and the first floor of the
Reitz Union. The following article
is an interview with a UF stu student
dent student who recently completed a
years service with VISTA.)
By ALLEN PIERLEONI
Alligator Staff Writer
Self help is the kind of thing
VISTA is trying to do, accord according
ing according to Bob Daniti, 4AS, who
recently completed a year of ser service
vice service with the organization in
Tulsa, Okla.
If youre not sure what you
want to do and you want to do
something meaningful and useful
I would highly reccommend it,
he said. Its a chance to be
creative. You have to push your yourself
self yourself and come up with your own
ideas. Although its useful and
gives a person satisfaction its
also very frustrating.
Daniti and his group worked
with a small community in an
impoverished area in Tulsa
known as Trash Haulers Row.
He said he and his group attempt attempted
ed attempted to organize the community
into pressure groups which
tried to exert influence on local
government in an effort to im improve
prove improve conditions.
The people who lived in this
community had a farm back background
ground background they werent very well
educated and the ones who could
work were in unskilled labor,
Daniti said.
There were plenty of people
with medical problems who were
unable to work. One man who had
II children had arthritis, among
other medical ailments, and
couldnt work, so the family was
supported by the three oldest
children, he said.

'We built a playground as an
in into the community, but keep keeping
ing keeping it up wasnt too success successful.
ful. successful. We were engaged mostly in
recreation and tutoring. The
VISTA workers did manage to or organize
ganize organize a Citizens For Progress
program, though, he said.
Daniti said this program, which
is still operating in Trash Haul Hauler's
er's Hauler's Row, succeeded in getting
the city to maintain the parks
and playgrounds in the poorer
sections of town as well as the
more affluent. Open housing was
another project the program
successfully tackled.
The normal commitment to
VISTA is usually a year, but there
is a summer program for those
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$75 a month, as well as aif
additional SSO a month that was
set aside for him which he re received
ceived received as a lump sum at the end
of his service.
Daniti went through a six week
period of orientation which
included lectures, field work and
seminars before he went to Tul Tulsa.
sa. Tulsa.
It was tremendous for me,"
he said. I didn't know what
I wanted to do at the time
it acted as a year of adjust adjustment.
ment. adjustment. I was able to get myself
on the ground again. The ful-*"
fillroent is great seeing the
children respond to you is very
rewarding.
Daniti is currently majoring in
psychology and plans to go into
clinical psychology or social
work upon graduation.

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~ The Florida Alligator, Friday, April 19, 1968

Page 16

The Florida Pltiyers Are In Love!

By TIM DENESHA
Alligator Staff Writer
In keeping with their untiring
efforts to tell it like it is, the
Florida Players will follow their
successful production of Lu Luther
ther Luther (a play about a man who
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Osborne 'Anger
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Why dont we all pretend tin.,
were alive? TTiis is Jimmy
Porters plea in the John Os Osborne
borne Osborne play being presented for
the second time tonight at 8:30
at the Gainesville Little Theatre
playhouse, 4039 NW 16th Blvd.
Jimmys plea is one of a man
* caught between distrust of
rationality and disbelief in sal salvation,
vation, salvation, said Alligator reviewer
Anne Boyd in her discussion of
Osborne.
John Osborne, often referred
to as the angry young man,
makes his second appearance in
Gainesville tonight when the cur curtain
tain curtain goes up on Janice Tesh,
Ruth Ann Hell wig, Michael Doyle,
Alan Henderson and David Cane
the five actors caught in
Osbornes trap.
Miss Boyd explained Look
Back In Angers anger in this
way: Anger is the logical pro product
duct product of being boggled in a mud mudhole
hole mudhole of contradictions in which
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University to U.C.L.A.
The films were chosen from
some 200 entries, including two
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partment department of Journalism. There
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and experimental films.
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UF Golfers Prepare To Take NCAA

By MARC DUNN
Alligator Sports Writer
If the movie is anything like
the previews then the Gator
golfers are in store for raves at
the end of this season.
UF tied with New Mexico State
for second place in The Las
Cruces Invitational, nine strokes
behind Houston, last years NCAA
champ. The Gators overcame
first round poor play because of
unfamiliarity with the course.
NCAA golf finalists who have
never played on the Las Cruces
golf course are in for a severe
shock when the finals are held
this June, according to Gator
golf coach Buster Bishop.
Hie greens at Las Cruces
were as fast as pool tables and
It took my boys one round to
get used to them last week in
the tournament there, Bishop
said.
The Big Ten, East and South
(except UF) were conspicuously
absent from the match last week,
which was billed as a preview
of the NCAA finals. Usual strong
contenders suph as Texas, Brig Brighan
han Brighan Young and San Jose State
were also not present.
We should be able to handle

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beat the East then we better
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Those eastern schools have never
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17, 18 in Knoxville, another
course that the Gators have never
seen. The tournament winner will
be the team with the lowest total
score at the end/ There will be
five players competing for each
team, but only four will count
toward determining the cham champion.
pion. champion.
Captain Steve Melnyk, Rick
Spears and John Darr, the stand standouts
outs standouts of the golf team, will be
playing for sure in the SEC.
The other two positions will de depend
pend depend on the practice sessions be before
fore before May 16, according to Bishop.
We will only get one day on
the course before the SEC finals
but my boys are quick to ad adjust.
just. adjust. Im not sure if I will change
the starters. It depends on the
course conditions and who is
playing the best golf, Bishop
said.
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University of Georgia, Univer University
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of Tennessee have strong golf
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Gators have won two, come in
second twice and third once.
The Gators will be idle until
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Page 18

Georgia Leads
Eastern SEC
Darkhorse Georgia rides high in the Eastern Division of the
Southeastern Conference baseball race after beating Vanderbilt two
of three games in Nashville Easter weekend. The Western front was
quiet as far as SEC contests were concerned, with Ole Miss and LSU
tied for the lead with 2-1 records.
Georgia sports a 5-1 SEC record (8-4 overall) to lead the favorites
Auburn and Florida, both 5-2, by a half-game. Tennessee clipped
Kentucky twice, 6-0 and 6-2, to heighten their own championship
ambitions and to knock the Wildcats into the cellar. Vanderbilts
4-3 victory over Georgia between the two 5-1 losses lifted the Com Commodores
modores Commodores out of the Eastern basement for the first time since 1964."
Ole Miss raced through the Kids Clinic Tournament sponsored by
LSU with a perfect 5-0 record and LSU placed second with 4-1.
The Rebels nipped the Tigers 2-0 when they met head-on, but the
game does not count in the SEC race. Other tournament teams were
La. Tech, NE La., SW La. and Nicholls State. Ole Miss now carries
one of the Nations finest records, 13-2.
Georgia and Florida in Athens is the headliner in the East, single
games Friday and Saturday. Meantime Auburn has three at Kentucky,
the doubleheader on Saturday, and Vanderbilt is at Tennessee for
two singletons.
SEC Standings (Through April 13 N
Eastern SEC Only All Games
School W-L Pet. W-L-T Pet.
Georgia 5-1 .833 j 8-4 .667
Auburn 5-2 .714 13-4 .765
Florida 5-2 .714 11-6-1 -639
Tennessee 4-2 .667 11-7 .611
Vanderbilt '2-9 .182 6-9 .400
Kentucky 1-6 -10 -167
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Floridas baseball team,los team,losing
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non- conference enemies, tries
to win them when they count as
the Gators take on Georgia in
a crucial two-game series begin beginning
ning beginning Friday in Athens.
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'Tie Gators now sport a 12-7
record, hardly indicative of a
SEC title winner.

Sigma Nus Top Golf Play
Despite what appeared to be a period of placid inactivity, fra fraternity
ternity fraternity intramurals have continued with some very interesting re results.
sults. results. Orange League leading Sigma Nu needs a combination of wins
and some Lambda Chi losses to win the Presidents Cup. This would
be Sigma Nus first cup.
C
In golf action, which is single elimination, Sigma Nu was defeated
in the first round, and second place Lambda Chi Alpha has reached
the finals against SAE.
The team to beat will be SAE, with Kevin Davey, Jack Monroe,
and Randy Briggs consistently shooting around par. The Es recorded
the lowest score so far this year with a 115 for 27 holes in their
first match against the Delts, last years champions.
The SAEs, with a strong performance in golf have now taken over
sole possession of third place and have left the Pi Lams 60 points
back and the Delts and TEPs 80 back. If Lambda Chi should lose to
SAE, they would retain their hold on second place but by a mere 25
points. Sigma *flu would then lead the Lambda Chis by only 45 points.
Along with the SAEs other golfers of record have been: at 35,
Jeff Weathers KS;, 37, Ron Myers AEPi, Bill Wilson SX, and Carl
Kanny SPE; 38, Guy Rizzo DTD, Stu Kalb TEP, and Bob Stacy LXA;
39, Roger Harmon PKT.
Blue League golf action has yet to be completed to this date but
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Chi Phi, after defeating the Fijis will now play the winner of the
Teke-Delta Sigma Phi match in the finals.

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UF Faces Georgia In Weekend Tilt

But Florida is second inSECs
Eastern Division. Georgia is first
with a 5-1 slate, with Florida
and Auburn second with 5-2.
--Of course, were disappointed
in losing but Im not too con concerned,
cerned, concerned, said Coach Dave Fuller.
We have just proven to our ourselves
selves ourselves that we can score runs
even though we have lost.
Fuller points to the recent
two-game North Carolina series
when he speaks of scoring runs.
The Gators scored 16 of them
in splitting with the Tar Heels.
UF won the first game Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday 9-7 after being down 6-0
at one point. UF lost the second
only after coming from behind
twice.
The team has great morale
right now, Fuller said. Scor Scoring
ing Scoring has always been a problem
this year for us, and after we did
so much of it against Carolina,
they have really pepped up.
But Florida will be missing its
top batter as it travels to Athens
Friday. Centerfielder Nick
Nicosia, swinging a .531 stick,
will probably miss the Bulldog
series.
Nicosia sustained a separated
shoulder after colliding with
rightflelder Dale Turlington in a
recent Miami series.
v The doctor said Nick may
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Nicosia worked out briefly be before
fore before the North Carolina game,
trying to swing a bat.
But the pain was much too
severe for him to have any kind?
of swing, Fuller added.
Fuller had been platooning his
outfielders. But starting with the
Georgia series, he was going with
Nicosia all the way.
We are getting into the thick
of the conference schedule,
Fuller said, and we have to start
play for keeps.
Fuller had planned to platoon
Tony Dobies and Tur.lington in
right field. But with Nicosia side sidelined,
lined, sidelined, Dobies, the clubs fourth
leading hitter at .308, will man
centerfield.
For just a freshman, Dobies
is playing extremely well, Ful Fuller
ler Fuller said. But I probably could

Netters Top UNC

By NEAL SANDERS
Alligator Sports Editor
In Gator tennis Wednesday, UF
ran their win series to 39 with
a win over previously unbeaten
North Carolina.
UF lost only one match, the
third doubles set with Armi
Neeley and Jamie Pressly. The
Gators took all singles matches,
and the other three doubles to
take the meet 8-1.
I thought this was an ex exceptionally
ceptionally exceptionally good win. said tennis
coach Bill Potter. North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina had a win streak of fifteen
meets going into Wednesdays
action and Im sure that it must
have meant a lot to our team to
beat such good comptition.
Potter, who has placed a sign
in the players locker room re reminding
minding reminding them that theyre on
top, was especially happy with
the teams attitude, which he con considers
siders considers as all-important at this
time.
Next Saturday will be the big
test for the team, said Potter.
Were through with the home
meets for this month, and weve
got Miami coming up May 4.
The boys were up for this match,
and that means theyll still be
driving when we play FSU.
FSU appears to be the key to a
second Miami victory. UF will
play the Seminoles at Tal Tallahassee,
lahassee, Tallahassee, which will draw the
same sort of hostile crowd as
they can expect at Miami.
Following the Miami match,

get better mileage out of him,
ts I could platoon him against
left-handed pitching.
Dobies is a righty at the plate
while Nicosia is a lefty. Nicosia
had 17 hits in 32 at-bats. Only
shortstop Richard Trapp, who has
been at the plate 37 more times
than Nicosia has more hits. Trapp
is the Gators second leading
hitter at .333 with 23 for 69.
Turlington is the next best at
.324.
And while the hitting has taken
a turn for the better, the pitch pitching
ing pitching has likewise followed suit.
We have always had some
pretty good throwing all season,
Fuller said. But my top pitcher,
Jim Courier, is recovering from
an injury and will be healthy
for the first time in two weeks.

UFs goal will be to unseat de defending
fending defending SEC champion Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi State. The SEC cham championship
pionship championship is May 9-11 at Kentucky.

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Courier had tendonitis from
throwing in some cold weather.
He pitched the last three innings
of the Carolina win Tuesday,
remarking to Fuller, Pm OK.
If Courier's healthy, and he
says he is, Fuller said, then
along with Glen Plckren, Ill have
my two best pitchers ready for
Georgia.
Plckren is a sophomore who
has carried most of the impor important
tant important pitching burden when Courier
was absent.
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Choice of the Alligator Spring Athlete of
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Floridas first victory ever over Miami
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easy 7-2 margin by stopping Miamis No.l
singles player, Jaime Fillol, in three sets,
10-8, 6-8, 6-3.
Fillol, a native of Chile, had been unbeaten
in collegiate match competition and went to
the finals of the NCAA No. 1 singles division
last season. The Miami team was ranked third
in the nation.
Neely followed up that great win by easily
capturing his next four singles outings and
leading the Gators to an 8-1 victory over
Tennessee.
The Vols had been expected to be favored,
along with Mississippi State, in the upcoming
Southeastern Conference Championships.

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