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Vol. 60, No. 129

Faircloth Left
With Decision
On Conduct
By MICHAEL ABRAMS
Alligator Executive Editor
State Attorney General Earl
Faircloth will decide UF Pres President
ident President Stephen OConnells right to
interpret student conduct regula regulations.
tions. regulations.
4
As the result of a personal
directive rebuffed last week by
the UF Student Conduct Commit Committee
tee Committee hearing the Dow arrest cases,
OConnell has asked for an in interpretation
terpretation interpretation of the authority and
responsibility of the committee
from the chief legal officer
in Florida.
OConnells directive had met
with heated opposition from the
conduct committee, who voted 8-3
against it. The directive defined
the committees responsibility as
Only to dertermine the guilt or
innocence of a student and
whether the complaints charging
misconduct were in proper form.
Explaining his recent move in
a letter to Committee Chairman
Dr. J.D. Butterworth, OConnell
said it was regrettable that the
authority and responsibilities of
the committee were not defined
long ago,
Some have argued that I ex exceeded
ceeded exceeded my authority in issuing
/the memorandum. I felt it my
responsibility to do so, said
OConnell. In my view it is
as wrong to shirk a responsibil responsibility
ity responsibility as it is to exercise author authority
ity authority not properly vested.
OConner, stressed that Fair Faircloths
cloths Faircloths opinion proper legal
authority would serve as a
precedent for establishmnt of
a host of other presidential com committees
mittees committees on campus.
It will take several days to
get an opinion from Faircloth
according to Pres. OConnell.
Case Dismissal
In Dow Trial
Still Unsure
The Student Conduct Commit Committee
tee Committee yesterday reserved decision
until next week on a motion for
dismissal of the case for five
students protesting against the
Dow Chemical Co.
The action came aftei* three and
a half hours of argument in which
counsel for the defense said the
Administration brought charges
improperly because it did not
allege whether the students con conduct
duct conduct threatened the health, safe safety
ty safety and academic reputation of
the university.
The SCC also was read a let letter
ter letter from President Stephen C.
OConnell informing them that
Attorney General Earl Faircloth
will be asked to give an advisory
opinion on OConnells directive
to the Committee last week.

The
Florida Alligator

(PhotoyGus Musteller)
PLAZA TALK
Sparse crowds met speeches at the Plaza
of the Americas Wednesday during the Stu Student
dent Student Government lntercourse* session and
at Circle K*s Law Day talks. Speaker of the
House Ralph Turlington (upper right) spoke
for Circle K.

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Unsigned Dorm Contracts
Could Cancel Registration

By LOUISE PELOQUIN
Alligator Correspondent
Students who refuse to sign
their housing contracts may have
their registration appointments
cancelled, according to Phyllis
Mable, Assistant Director of UF
Housing.
In answer to Student Board of
Investigation leader David No Nobles
bles Nobles recent campaign to gain off offcampus
campus offcampus housing privileges for
sophomores, she stated, * Regis Registration
tration Registration appointments have been
cancelled in the past for failure
to sign housing contracts.
At a teach-in April 24, Noble
urged the refusals and reiterated
his belief that the registration
cancellation threats were typ typical
ical typical administration bluffs and
that nothing would probably be
done to the students if they dont
sign.
Noble reasoned that The ad administration
ministration administration i& not going to kick
you out of school for not signing
these contracts because that
would defeat their purpose of
filling the dorms in the first
place.
He feels that the more students
not signing the contracts the less
likely that any administration
action will be taken.

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

Can you imagine the adminis administration
tration administration kicking out 500 students
in good academic standing just
because they dont want to live
in the dorms? he added.
The University Housing Regu Regulations
lations Regulations (revised), now say that all
freshmen and sophomore stu students
dents students under 21 are required to

Noble HitsOConnell
On Forced Contracts

President Stephen OConnell
should go to the students and
ask for cooperation in fulfilling
the universitys dormitory mort mortgage
gage mortgage obligations, David Noble,
head of the Student Board of In Investigation
vestigation Investigation (SBI), said Tuesday.
Noble and the SBI are urging
freshman and sophomore stu students
dents students not to sign their dorm
housing contracts for the aca academic
demic academic year beginning in
September, 1968, if they dont
want to live in the dorm.
Noble said, If OConnell would
tell the students, Look, we have
this problem, what can we do
about it, he would get the co cooperation

PASSED SENATE
Bill Supports
Free Speech

By KATHIE KIEM
Alligator Associate Editor
A resolution supporting free
speech, press, and assembly on
the UF campus, termed the
most significant Dill passed this
year/' was passed by the Student
Senate Tuesday night with only
a small handful of dissenting
votes.
Hie resolution also called upon
the university to discontinue its
practice of deploying plain plainclothes
clothes plainclothes police officers, steno stenographers,
graphers, stenographers, or photographers to
the scene of any campus speech,
gathering, or assembly.
Accompanying the call for a
discontinuing of the use of police
to monitor these activities,
was a demand that the university
administration discourage
local, state, and federal under undercover
cover undercover agents from using our
campus for their clandestine ac activities.
tivities. activities.
While the resolution made no
mention of files allegedly kept
of students* activities by the UF
Administration, speakers on the
floor did. The alleged files were
linked to the actions of plains
clothes policemen and photo-

live in university housing as long
as space is available.
Mable said that contrary to
Nobles past statements, The
contracts are legal, because the
procedure is clearly stated in
the UF catalogue and students
are obligated to abide by these
rules.

operation cooperation necessary to solve the
problem/ Noble said.
Instead, the administration is
telling the students they have to
live in the dorms.'*
Carpet and telephones in dor dormitory
mitory dormitory rooms are not the answer
to filling the rooms, said Noble.
The students don't want
carpets, telephones, and such
things," said Noble. They want
more freedom with fewer
restrictions, such as female
friends in rooms, no curfews,
and more privacy."
Noble said if a student
doesn't want to live in a dorm,
(SEE CONTRACTS' PAGE 2)

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Thursday May 2 1968

graphers at teach-ins and other
gatherings on campus.
Clyde Ellis, a third year law
student speaking on behalf of the
resolution, stated that many of
the policemen, stenographers,
and photographers took down
statements made at teach-ins
and took pictures of the crowds.
These statements and photo photographs,
graphs, photographs, he maintained, were sent
over to administrators* offices
and placed in students* files.
When questioned as to whether
the files in actuality existed,
1
a
The most significant
hill passed this year.**
Ellis stated, I tell you in all
good faith that they do exist, and
they are kept very meticulously.**
He said he had talked to James
T. Hennessey, assistant dean of
student affairs, and that Hen Hennessey
nessey Hennessey had admitted that they
(the files) existed and that he
had access to them.
The Alligator also received
mention in the resolution, which
stated that the censoring of
an Alligator editorial has cast
grave doubts over the freedom
of the student press.**
The Senate recommended that
governing bodies exercise the
utmost caution in delaying pub publications
lications publications of material, restricting
censorship to well-defined and
published guidelines.**
Ala*. 71?
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BUDDY RICH
Buddy Rich, winner
of every jazz poll in
the world, will appear
at Spring Frolics Fri Friday
day Friday night along with
Jack Jones and come-
dian Bob King. Tickets
are still on sale at the
Union Box Office.



Page 2

2, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, May 2, 1968

Bulletin News
State, National, International News
Viet Pullout Won't End War
SAIGON (UPI) American paratroopers Wednesday all but wiped
out a North Vietnamese batallion just north of Hue and thwarted
what U. S. intelligence believes may have been a Communist plan
for a May Day attack on the old imperial capital.
At least 334 North Vietnamese were reported killed and 95 cap captured
tured captured in the fighting that swirled for two days in and around the
village of Phuoc Yen, five miles north of Hue.
Ike 'Satisfactory
MARCH AFB, Calif. (UPI) Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower is pro progressing
gressing progressing very satisfactorily and* has no further chest discomfort
from his fourth heart seizure in 13 years, doctors at March AFB
hospital reported Wednesday.
The 77-year-old former President was stricken Monday after
a round of golf at his winter home at Eldorado Country Club and
brought by military helicopter the 34 miles to this strategic com command
mand command base.
Cardiac specialists flown here from Walter Reed Army Medical
Center in Washington, D. C., examined the soldier-statesman and
said he sustained damage to the heart muscle as result of a blood
clot.
No' Propaganda For ETV
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) A special Senate subcommittee
agreed Wednesday that educational television stations in Florida
were wrong in showing a propaganda film depicting North Vietnamese
women and children being bombed by Americans.
I dont think it is the business of educational television to tell
the people whether we are or arent bombing little children in North
Vietnam, said Sen. Dennis OGrady, an Inverness Republican who
serves as vice chairman of the subcommittee.

FROM PAGE ONE
he should not sign the housing
contract.
In a prepared handout, which
is being distributed on campus,
Noble charged the administration
with forcing UF students to help
the university fulfill its mort mortgage
gage mortgage obligations on the dorms.
Noble said the administration
is not considering the students
rights, but is extending its
authority to tell students what

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Contract Pressure Hit

they may and may not do.
They are telling you whereto
live, said the handout. They
will soon be telling you what to
eat; next theyll be telling you
what to think.
The handout urges students not
to sign their contracts for the
coming year if they want to main maintain
tain maintain a bargaining position with
the administration to secure
more rights and privileges for
students.
We are not urging students
not to live in the dorms, said

Students Plan Weekend
Touring New York City..

Three carloads of UF students
may be heading to New York
this weekend because of an ad
placed earlier this week in the
Alligator by a student, Bob Bill Billings.
ings. Billings.
In addition to providing trans transportation,
portation, transportation, Bob has also been
forced to become a one-man
dating and housing bureau.
Thousands of people have
called. We have enough sure
travelers for three cars. Bob
reported. He is charging $25 for
for the 40-hour weekend auto automobile
mobile automobile trip.
A group of girls from
Broward called me up. They
dont know anyone in New York
and have only $25. Ive got to
get them dates and places to
sleep. The students will spend
Friday and Saturday evenings in
New York.
He intends to fix them up with
friends at Rutgers University
and find lodging for them at
various places throughout the
city. He knows two other drivers
who may also make the trip. He
will try to get rides for those
he has no room to take.
Bob decided to take his car
rather than fly when he learned
of the airlines new policy of

Noble. We are just saying if
you dont want to live there,
dont sign.

STUDENTS
FOR
REAGAN
'.*.\ ' \
HQI ORGANIZATIONAL
MEETING
! 8 p M. TONIGHT
ROOM 346
UNION
(Paid Political Advertisement)

charging students two-thirds of
regular fare with reservations
rather than the former policy
of half-fare at standby.
He will begin his 18 to 20
hour trip from here Thursday
afternoon after an exam. Leav Leaving
ing Leaving at 2:30, he expects to arrive
in Gotham about Friday morning
at 9. What time he arrives Mon Monday
day Monday morning will depend upon
what time he leaves Sunday. Im
telling people not to expect to
make 8 oclock classes.

*> The Paper bureaucracy runs rampant throughout the i[Ji
Ji Help us with our problem which is symbolic of a !'
JiJ problem faced by students at several Florida
i i Universities: Individual initiative and academic pursuits ,[
stifled by administrative red tape and foolishly IJI
[l administered POLICIES. |>J
iJi The small student today is faced with dehumanized IJJI
JJ administrators and by public officials too busy or too B J
i* self-important to realize they are public servants even
1 a 1 to lowly college students. 1 iJJ i
ji[ We cannot declare to students across the nation that J n j
iJj i Florida offers a cooperative climate for education unless i JJ
'J we also show that even a suspended student gets a 'a 1
i i measure of attention and co-operation from the "paper J J
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JJ Therefore we strongly urge immediate action of J*J
rjji Registered letters 02156, 02338, 01571, and Certifieds i*i
V 19774,197718... ij l
Awaiting your earliest press release. J t J
'Ji john and len iji

Bob may rent bus for
the trip; but if it is too ex expensive,*
pensive,* expensive,* he will take his *6O
Chevy. He anticipates $35 in
expenses each way driving his
own car.
Planning has already begun for
the following weekend. Bob is
getting riders for a trip to New
Orleans.
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Page 4

1, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, May 2, 1968

WHATS
HAPPENING
By DAVID CHAPIN
IN FEELINGS FOR PHYSICS:
If you sane any of those, you
will want to go to the Sigma
Pi Sigma (Physics Honorary)
smoker to be held in room 349
of the Reitz Union tonight at 8.
IN MORE FROM THE MOVIE MOVIESTAR
STAR MOVIESTAR FAN CLUBS: Students for
Romrie Reagan will meet tonight
at 8 in room 346 at die union.
TN SAYS WHO!?!": A Woman
in a Man's World** will be the
topic of a talk to be given by
Pauline Frederick in conjunction
with the observance of UFs
twentieth year as a coed univer university
sity university
Miss Frederick's talk is in the
uniot. ballroom at 7 tonight. At
8:15 p-m., Miss Frederick will
spear on The UN in a World
of Violence/* also in the ball ballroom.
room. ballroom. ;
IN FIGHTING FOR LESTERS
LOVING CUP: The Delta Upsilon
debates continue In rooms 118,
355, 3HB, 357, 361, 362, 363,
346, 347, and 349 of the union
today begtoniag at 3 p.m.
Winner gets the Lester Hale
Traveling Trophy.
AND SPEAKING OF SPEAK SPEAKING:
ING: SPEAKING: Dtaiogae meets in room 347
of the union aft 7:30 p.m.
IN THOSE WHO TAKE ISSUE
WITH DEAR OLE UNCLE J.: The
Student Religious Association has
a banquet tonight in room 400 of
the union aft 5:30 p.m.
S EKVOMATIQN*S ONLY
HOPE: May come from science;
from people like those in the
Food Science Club, which meets
today at boob in room 243 of
the union.
AND SPEAKING OF FOOD: The
Citrus Clii> meets in room 150 C
of the union at 7:30 tonight; and
the Gator Sailing Club meets in
room 357 of the anion at 8 p.m.
(You figure it ooL)

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Religious Objector Faces Induction

By DIANE MIMS
Alligator Correspondent
A conscientious objector at the
UF faces military induction in
May with one month to graduation.
Steve Horowitz, a senior
political science major, said he
would refuse on the grounds that
he had been denied proper review
of his application as a conscien conscientious
tious conscientious objector.
*l belong to no organized
church, said Horowitz. I be believe
lieve believe that every man has a part

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of God in him, and that each of
us, if we abstract to that essence,
are, in effect God. To kill another
is like killing a part of God, and
therefore myself. My relation to
God is thus my relation to other
men, who are in this respect,
holy.
JO'- '
War is the most senseless
thing man has ever invented,
the 23-year-old continued.
Ifls philosophy against violence
led Horowitz to return his draft
card to his local board in Octo October

ber October with a request for reclassi reclassification
fication reclassification as a conscientious ob objector.
jector. objector.
In November the graying young
man from Miami Beach received
his 1-A delinquent classification,
which meant his name would be
placed at the top of the draft
list.
Horowitz said the reason for
his 1-A classification was
a memorandum from Gen. Lewis
E. Hershey, director of the Selec Selective
tive Selective Service, stating that any anyone

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one anyone sending in his draft card
would immediately be classified
1-A.
This memo is not legal for
the selective service/' said
Horowitz.
After two denied appeals to the
draft board Horowitz can go into
the Army or to jail. He prefers
jail.
I have no desire to go to
Canada or to jail, but if I'm faced
with the decision Ill go to jail,
he said.



MARKrLANE CLAIMS

Warren Report
Erred Greatly

By STEVE HULSEY
Alligator Correspondent
The American press played a
remarkable role of selling to the
American people the Warren
Commission Report on the as assassination
sassination assassination of the late John F.
Kennedy, attorney-author Mark
Lane said Tuesday night.
Lane, author of the best-seller
Rush to Judgment, which re refutes
futes refutes the findings of the Warren
Report, spoke to an almost
capacity crowd in the J: Wayne
Reitz Union auditorium.
Lane has been a criminal de defense
fense defense attorney 17 years, and is
now a special consultant to New
Orleans district attorney Jim
Garrison, who is investigating the
assassination.
For over two years,* said
Lane, not a single newspaper
or broadcasting network pre presented
sented presented one word of dissent from
the Warren Report. The report
was, however, rejected almost
immediately in Europe and
Asia.
Showing photographs and tell telling
ing telling anecdotes, Lane said there
was undeniable evidence of a con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy in the 1963 slaying of
the president.
One photograph was a Life
Magazine cover picture of Lee
Harvey Oswald, Kennedys al alleged
leged alleged assassin, holding a rifle
and a copy of the Daily
Worker, a communist news newspaper.
paper. newspaper. A pistol is in Oswalds
pocket.
Lane pointed out that Oswalds
shadow in the picture slants away
from his body, indicating the sun
had been low in the sky, while
the shadow of his nose fell
straight down his face, indicating
the sun was overhead.
Lane said a similar picture in
Newsweek Magazine showed no
telescopic sight on the rifle, while
the Life picture did show a tele telescopic
scopic telescopic sight.
An editor at Newsweek Maga Magazine,
zine, Magazine, according to Lane, told him
the picture had been altered to
show Oswald holding the rifle.

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MARK LANE
. .Author
Lane said alterations had also
caused the deviations in the sha shadow
dow shadow positions.
The Warren Commission
failed to question 95 per cent of
the witnesses to the shooting,
said Lane.
He said 58 of the 90 witnesses
reported most of the shots came
from a grassy knoll in front of,
and to the right of, the presi presidents
dents presidents limousine. These wit witnesses,
nesses, witnesses, according to Lane, were
scattered throughout the Dealey
Plaza area.
Interspersing his presentation
of evidence with humorous com comments,
ments, comments, Lane spared no names of
individuals or organizations in
accusing them of suppressing the
facts concerning Kennedys
death.
He said further evidence, which
will prove Garrisons charges
beyond the shadow of a doubt,*
will be presented to a jury when
Garrison takes his case to trial.
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t The Florida Alligator, Tfruyday, May 2, 1968

_ The
Florida Alligator
fggjgp **The Florida Alligator I? A Student Newspaper 11
All Raul Ramirez Mike Abrams
Managing Editor Executive Editor
Nick Tatro Paul Kaplan
News Editor Sports Editor

Save SAMSON

Let's not cut SAMSON's
hair.
The biblical Samson lost
his strength when Delilah
cut his hair, and the same
thing may happen to UF's
SAMSON if the Student
Senate decides to take out
its scissors and go to work.
While the Biblical Sam Samson
son Samson was a human being,
UF's SAMSON is no less
human it is an organiza organization
tion organization which can work for un underprivileged
derprivileged underprivileged humans and
help make their world more
humane.
* SAMSON is the Student
Action Management for the
Socio economic op opportunity
portunity opportunity Network, and
it is now before the stu student
dent student Senate,
If SAMSON passes, it
will initiate a program to
coordinate student activity
with that of local anti antipoverty
poverty antipoverty programs; it will
give university students
a chance to help in some
of Gainesville's problem
areas; it will give Negro
poverty children a chance
to expand, to be exposed to
the ideas and views of
university students, to
grow,
We feel that no program
is more important or more
urgently needed in light of
the events of the past few
months," said John O'Shea,
secretary of student af affairs.
fairs. affairs.
SAMSON will work with
Volunteers in Servioe to
America (VISTA), Com Community
munity Community Action Agency
(CAA), Project Gray and
other groups working in the
poverty areas -- itwill man
much of Alachua County
with interested students
who want to fight poverty.
The Alligator agrees.
This program would not
only enable students to
tutor, work to solve family
problems and supervise
after-sohool athletic
events, but even more im important
portant important it would establish
better oommunioation be between
tween between the poverty areas and
the rest of the community.
It would establish badly
needed communication, as

evidenced by Gainesville's
racial unrest of the past
few months.
"Individual contact witn
these people (in the poverty
areas) is amazingly effect effective,"
ive," effective," saidiohardHaimes,
a local VISTA volunteer.
"If a university student
tutors one of these kids a
oouple times a week, a per personal,
sonal, personal, man-to-man' re relationship
lationship relationship develops which
has an inoredible influence
on the child.
He grows to trust and ad admire
mire admire his friend, and to
rely on his friend's advice
and judgement," Haimes
said.
Hairnets has been working
in Gainesville for over 14
months. He summed-uphis
anti-poverty fight with one
word: "overwhelming."
"In the time Ive been
here I've barely made a
dent in Gainesville's trash
can, and I've been pounding
as hard as I can," Haimes
said.
He pointed out that
"some of these people have
no conception of what
government is or how it
works they oonsider the
county* some huge god in
the sky. They can't begin
to go about getting the help
they badly need,"
The Biblical Samson
was noted for his strength
until his hair was
cropped. UF's SAMSON oan
be strong, too, and can help
Haimes put a few more
dents in Gainesville's
"trash can."
Plans for SAMSON
were drawn up over two
months ago they appear
to be firm and well-organ well-organized.
ized. well-organized. If# the Student Senate
approves SAMSON, it oan
be very effective,
a
Let's not out SAM SAMSONS
SONS SAMSONS hair before it had
a chance to grow. When
the Student Senate votes on
Samson, it must vote af affirmatively.
firmatively. affirmatively.
Lets not be a Delilah,

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"Tow Dont Look So Hot Yourself
INSIGHT
The UF Activates
BY NICK TATRO

Recently the Public Broadcast Laboratory
aired a program in which students from
the University of California spoke out on
what a university ought to be and do.
They agreed almost to a man that the
university should be a positive moral
force in its local community.
In short, the students felt they should
exercise the moral directives they glean
from their studies. Get into local con controversies
troversies controversies and problem areas and get in involved.
volved. involved.
Following this national trend, four groups
on the UF campus have announced am ambitious
bitious ambitious programs this week for community
organization, tutoring and job skill train training
ing training in Gainesville ghettos. All, save one,
have no record as radical activists but all
share similar, complementary goals.
The Law Student Action Committee
(LSAC) is sending recruiting teams
to Florida A & M, Bethune Cookman and
other southeastern Negro colleges to en encourage
courage encourage more Negro students to apply to
the UF law school.
They are coupling this effort with a
proposal to change the entrance require requirements
ments requirements so that a greater percentage of
Negroes can be accepted as law students.
Also urged by the (LSAC) is a student studentfaculty
faculty studentfaculty committee to revise the law cur curriculum
riculum curriculum to make it relevant to modern
social problems. If would Include for ex example,
ample, example, urban legal studies and more ex extensive
tensive extensive welfare law study.
Stress is also being placed by this group
on the community oriented programs like
Legal Aid, Public Defenders and civil rights
research.
The Afro-American Student Organization
the group that invited Adam Clayton Pow Powell,
ell, Powell, has organized a tutoring and job train training
ing training program for Gainesvilles Negroes.
This project is black directed. Negro
.university students go into the rougher
slum areas like Northwest Fifth Avenue
Let's face it. Theres a language and
cultural barrier between the ghetto people
and the elite university community. No one

can better bridge that gap than UFs black
students.
The Afro-Union is also applying for fed federal
eral federal funds to operate a community center
for the northwest ghetto area.
This smacks of pipe dream. But the idea
is not really far-fetched. The original
office of economic opportunity poverty pro program
gram program in Gainesville was outlined by the
Seagle Foundation, a private group. In fact,
the government subsidizes many private
endeavors in tutoring and job-training
around the country.
Also entering the poverty war this week
is Student Government with its proposed
project SAMSON. Like the Afro-Union, SG
plans to send mostly white UF students
into the ghetto and will work with VISTA
and other full-time social workers.
If approved by the Student Senate, SAM SAMSON
SON SAMSON win get $l5O of student money for
the first year. How would student money be
better spent?
Project Gray, UFs third service
organization, was chartered this week to
provide recreational and tutorial assistance
to Negro children in cooperation with the
South East Boys Club. It is headed by
Journalism student Marc Dunn.
The Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity has been
active in slum work for the last year.
Last October they gave materials and
manpower to VISTA Volunteer Richard
Halmes to aid in the renovation of a com community
munity community center for the south west ghetto.
Pledges were sent to tutor at Lincoln High
and the South East Boys Club.
Individual students are making efforts to
help. For example, one student is teaching
Karate and another photography in a VISTA
community center.
Many UF 'groups are coming to realize
that a basket at Christmas or a dinner
for poor children or a Carnlgras is not
a lasting or effective answer to the deep*
seated problems of poverty and race.
The trend is action. Ibe new morality,
too often left unreported, can make UF a
modern university producing more than
diplomas.



FIFTH COLUMNs==^^=s
Calling All Doglegs
BY JASON STRAIGHT
You see about six mpirtffX ago ol Dubbie was going broke. He had
this big barn of a restaurant called the Steer room and the last time
he served a steak in there Charlie Johns chipped a tooth. So as you
can see Dubbie wasnt getting too many write-ups from Duncan
Hines.
So Dubbie decides to join the NOW generation. He paints every everything
thing everything from the ash-trays to the Go-Go girls with Day-Glo, throws
in some black light and strobes, gets an acid-rock band and sits back
and waits.
But like nothing, right? Absolutely nothing. The reds he did have
split for Waldo and the scrounge lounge (their kind of music), the
collitch kids were still glomming Traders because it was grosser,
closer and cheaper and Dubbie was still playin gin and losin money.

But Yankeee Ingenuity tri triumphed
umphed triumphed again. (Or is it cracker
ingenuity?) Dubbie now sponsors
a mini-skirt contest. Every
Thursday night. And this isnt
your average mini-skirt contest.
NOSSIR. The way it works is
the honeys have to dance. In a
mini-skirt. On a stage. With
spotlights aimed UP. Dubbie
gives $25 to the winner and the
clincher is that the audience
picks the winner. Pandemonium.
Chaos. SKIN. MONEY. Every Everybodys
bodys Everybodys happy and Dubbie's books
are in the black.
Now it has been observed by
some budding social scientist
friends of mine that there is a
direct correlation between the
amount of skin shown and the
amount of money won. (Last
weeks winner was sans blouse
and skirt before the discrimin discriminating
ating discriminating audience felt that she had
demonstrated her dancing
ability* enough to win.) So what
it boils down to is that Dubbies
running a psychedelic version of
the old burleyque Amateur
Night.
And its caught on. The place
is packed. Jocks, law flies, coeds,
reds of all ages, even some
suit and tie Gville civic leaders
theyre all there. And the end
isnt in sight. Some people give
it another six months and by the
the UF-FSU game will look like
an egg-rolling contest in com comparison.
parison. comparison.
So if your Thursday nights
have been kinda slow (or for that
matter, if your Thursday night
dates have been kinda slow), move
on out to Dubs. You have to be
there by 11 p.m. at the latest be because
cause because by then it is so packed they
lock the doors. The contest (Dub (Dubbie
bie (Dubbie is nobodys fool) doesnt begin
until one in the morning so the
girls have to sneak back into the
houses or take overnights. (All
Right!) Guys have to be 21, the
girls have to be 18 (i.e., better
get hold of some proof).
Put it this way it beats
watching Dean Martin fall off a
piano.
Gator Button

OPEN FORUM:
Oml 'DtAMrit
There is no hope for the complacent manS

A Non-Staff Atheist Speaks

MR. EDITOR: .;
Like Uncle Javerneck I am a
moral atheist. However, I find
it necessary to reply to both
the articles and letters printed
in the Alligator. It would seem
that those people who are doing
the metaphysical arguing are
wasting their time and energy.

SAMSON Is On The
Way With Help!

MR. EDITOR:
In response to the letter of
Mr. Richmond of May 1 concern concerning
ing concerning Student Governments alleged
apathy in easing the plight of the
poor, I must inform him to the
contrary.
Student Government has been
aroused! We believe that the time
has come to do something about
the deplorable and all too ne neglected
glected neglected conditions existing in our
citys underprivileged areas.
Project SAMSON is a Student
Government sponsored effort to
inform, mobilize,coordinate, and
involve University of Florida stu student
dent student activities in community,
social, cultural, governmental,
and economic development pro programs.
grams. programs.
Emphasis is on implementing
community programs in Alachua
County having to do with the social
and educational uplifting of the
disadvantaged.
Long before the racial tur turmoil
moil turmoil in Gainesville, SAMSON was
on the drawing board. Now the
program has been planned, or organized,
ganized, organized, and the executive po positions
sitions positions have been filled.
It will be on its way into
your hands as soon as final con confirmation

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Smart Seniors Reject ROTC

MR. EDITOR:
Imagine for a Moment, if you
will, that you are a ,High School
Senior planning to go to college
this fall.
You begin to wonder about
which college to select. Since you
concluded that it is less expen expensive
sive expensive to go to a college in Florida,
you start to ask around, write
letters, and read about higher
education in Florida.
Youre looking forward to col college
lege college so you can get away from
that affliction we all suffer: well
meaning parents. Come Septem September
ber September you wil' finally have freedom.

To be certain no one is going to
prove the existence of God em empirically.
pirically. empirically. Also, there is no reason
to suppose that Jesus didnt exist.
It is perhaps a matter of opinion
as to the role he actually played
in Biblical history.
A few of the letter writers
made the point that many seemed
to miss. Since there can be no

firmation confirmation and approval comes
from the Student Senate.
JOHN OSHEA
SECRETARY OF STUDENT
AFFAIRS
MllMTOft
MAINOSITIES
By LEWIS ROTHLEIN
Today we have a quickie in
mathematics. In the following
problem (addition) each letter
represents a number. If you
can figure it out under five
minutes, youre doing well.
WIRE
MORE
MONEY
In yesterdays brainosity, the
man in front was wearing a black
hat.
And,as we all know, if you see
a black hat under a ladder, be beware.
ware. beware.
Smile.

Eventually you look at the Uni University
versity University of Florida. Sure its hard
to get into, but you scored 400
plus on your high school senior
placement test and you had a B
plus average in high school. (In
fact, youre pretty smart judging
from your percentile rankings on
nationwide tests.)
Time passes and you are no
longer wondering about where
because youre going to go to the
UF. Then some friend of a friend
gets you a copy of the Alligator.
After reading it you think about
compulsory ROTC, compulsory
campus living, proposed compul compulsory
sory compulsory food plans ...

, rational proof to affirm or deny
the existence of God, one must
accept Him on the basis of faith
and faith alone. Belief resides
in the individual and some choose
to accept it while others put
forth reason for not believing it.
I would therefore propose to
put the matter to rest, since
faith is something you either have
or dont have. For those who
continue to believe, so be it; for
those who wish to argue the
matter further, I suggest some
philosophy courses. The U of F
has some very capable philosophy
instructors who make their pro profession
fession profession out of this type of prob problem
lem problem and may or may not enjoy
having you in their classes.
RICHARD FOSTER, 3AS

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You drive home thinking about
the word compulsory. You say
to yourself,- ~ We are all going
to have to live by rules and
regulations.
You go home and look through
the catalogue.
Youre a good student; you can
get into other universities.
You put your U. of F. cata catalogue
logue catalogue and application in the
garbage and think about that
blonde in history and wonder
if she has a date for the Senior
class party.
You wonder.
JOHN ANGLIN
I WONDERED.
I AM GOING TO EMORY.

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OLD: 3500 MILES. BALANCE
FACTORY WARRANTY. SEE
MIKE, WEEKDAYS AFTER 3, Apt.
203, LA FONTANA, 207 N.W. 17th
St. (Al264tp)
FOR RENT
K S
TWO MALE ROOMMATES
NEEDED FOR SUMMER
QUARTER. 3 BEDROOM 2 BATHS
A. C. HOUSE NEXT TO
UNIVERSITY INN, $30.00 per
MONTH PLUS UTILITIES.
378-5646. (B-129-st-p)
LAFONTANA, Luxurious highrise
Adjacent to University of Florida
post office. Now renting at low
summer rates for June. 3784134,
376-7534. (B-129-2t-p)
SUBLEASE: Village Park one
bedroom apartment available for
summer quarter. Central AC, 3 pools.
$125.00 per month. Call 378-5448.
(Bl294tp)
SUBLEASE FOR SUMMER (or
longer if desired) large 2 bedroom
apartment. Furnished, AC 3 blocks
from library $115.00. 378-1951.,
(Bl2sstp)
*
SUMMER QUARTER LARGE
NEW 2 bedroom Apt., Completely
Furnished, Central Air Conditioned.
$125.00 per month. Abo available
for fall. Call!
3726446.(81255tp)
ONE2BDR. Air Conditioned,
furnished apt. to sublet. Ready for
immediate occupancy. Olympia Apts.
$150.00 per month, call 3782292.
(Bl27stp)
to __
SUMMER SPECIAL: University apts.
offers Air-Conditioned Furnished
efficiency apts. for SIIO.OO and
$130.00, Summer Quarter. Also large
) bdrm, $150.00. Swimming Pool, 2
blocks from campus. Call 376-8990.
1524 N.W. 4th Ave. (B-126-st-p)
SUMMER SUBLEASE Sin City
Luxurious Landmark, $43.00 for
four, $58.00 for 3, Townhouse,
2bedroom, AC,.Pool, Dishwasher,
Call 376-0608. f, .it so happens...
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FOR RENT
SPACIOUS, one bedroom apartment.
3 blocks from campus. A.C., Washing
Machine. 1824 N.W. 3rd Place Apt.
26, or ask at no.l, or call 3786715.
(Bl272tp)
AIR-CONDITIONED 2 br., 2 Blk,
to campus. New Fum., freshly
painted, SIOO.OO per month up to 4
people. Sublet till Sept., 1918 N.W.
Ist Ave." or Call 372-2341.
(Bl2BBtp)
UN IV. Gardens One Bedroom Apt.,
to Sublease for June Aug. SIIO.OO
per month Furnished or Unfurnished.
Call Pete Greenberg 3787354.
(Bl2Bstp)
SUMMER SCHOOL?Spend it right.
2 bedroom Air conditioned French
Quarter Apt. on pool. Available for
summer quarter. 3786639.
(Bl2Bstp)
1 WANTED
ORGANIST Group needs
experienced organist. Rock Soul.
Must have own equipment. Phone
Chuck Weber, 372-9144.
(Cl292tp)
2 MALE ROOMMATES FOR NOW
AND/OR SUMMER. Williamsburg
VILLAGE APT. n 0.24, A/C, POOL,
DON KOZICH 378-1863. NO
FRESHMEN OR SOPHOMORES.
(Cl29stp)
NEED one male roommate for
summer quarter in 2 bedroom French
Quarter Apt. No security Deposit
required. $43.75 per month. Call
378-8893. (C-128-3t-p)
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WANTED
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WANTED on* malt roommate for
Landmark Ramaindar of Spring
tarm and poaaibly Summer.
3760618. (C-128-3t-p)
FEMALE ROOMMATE to share 2
bedroom house located in Melrose
16 miles from Campus, Beginning fall
term. Quiet, 2 blocks from Lake.
Transportation can be arranged.
$26.00 par month and share utilities.
Phone 476-2666 at night weekdays.
(C-126-st-p)
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REGISTERED NURSES for
permanent 4 to 12 p.m. shift, at
student infirmary, Universtity of
Florida. Excellent starting salary,
shift differential and liberal fringe
benefits. Equal opportunity
Employer. Call Mr. Mace, 376-3261,
Ext. 3108. (El29stp)
MEN NEEDEDI UNLIMITED
opportunity for LIMITED number of
Ambitious, Money-Hungry Students
in Florida this summer. No
experience necessary. For
appointment call 372-6020, 3-6
p.m. and 6-10 p.m. Thurs. Fri
Only-May 2,3.; Mr. Jan L. Ziegler.
District Manager. (E-128-2t-c)
I AUTOS §
1987 BLUE CAMARO, Air, Pom
steering, V-8, 8 months old, will
sacrifice for balance owed.
376-6923. (G-129-2t-p)
ALFA ROMEO RACE CAR. 1966,
1600 Veloce fully prepared. Ist DP
66 Daytona National Fast and
reliable. Henry Matthews 1029 May
St. Apt. 4, Jacksonville, Florida.
32204. (902) 356-4496.
(G-1293t-p)
MOTHER'S DAY BPECIAL. 1962
Buick Electro 226 Convertible.
White, Pink Leather interior. Auto.
Trans., R and H, full power. One
owner. $860.00 or best offer.
376-2771 after 6 p.m. or weekends.
(G-1295t-p)
1956 PLYMOUTH Power steering,
Clean inside and out, great
transportation, Perfect engine,
SIOO.OO. Cali Lea after 6 .p.m.,
378-6639. (G-126-6t-p)
VOLVO PIBOO, 1966, white, black
leather interior, 27,000 miles, Prielli
tires, overdrive, heater. Cali
FR6-3211, Ext. 5668 or FR62509
after 5:30 p.m. (G-127-st-p)
1984 CORVETTE BPORT COUPE,
Air Conditioned, AM/FM Radio, heat
automatic, white with midnite blue
interior, $2,250. Call Cindy,
378-8561. (G-1263t-p)
1961 CHEVY IMPALA, Radio and
heater, 2 door hardtop, Metallic blue
and white, 283, V-8, 3 speed,
$425.00 Cash. Call Tom 376-1611.
(G-1283t-p)
'6O LARK. 8-Cyl., Air Conditioned
and radio, But broken camshaft. Will
sell as is for SBO.OO. Call 378-8646.
(G-1282t-p)
1967 QTO CONVERTIBLE still
under warranty. Loaded with extras.
Power Brakes, steering,
Air-Condition, end more. Must Sell.
New car arrives in two weeks. Call
172-3287. (G-1261t-p)

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Rebuilt motor Good Tires, Need
money Approx. $799. Call
372-6281. 69 PORSCHE CONVERTIBLE
1600 D, $950.00. Call 378-6640
Evenings. (G-128-3t-p)
MUST SELLI 1966 Corvette
Convertible. 3 27/350,
Air-Conditioned, 4-speed, power
windows and steering, disc brakes,
knock-off Mags, AM/FM Reverb.,
i Babied by enthusiast. 376-9968.
(Gl2BBtp)
1965 V 8 MUSTANG 1400, Excellent
cond., Will Guarantee, Btnd. Trans.
Heavy shocks, Big Tires, Call Joe,
after 4 p.m. 372-0164.
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Sod tires, $395.00, Call 372-0619.
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$225.00, 376-1019.
(Gl2BlOtp)
MERCEDES 1961 (2208) Plush
interior; Beautiful Exterior, Rides
like a Cadillac, 20 milas/gallon. If
, you're willing to pay for quality Call
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-minded seniors (Males) seeking
feminine oompanionship and social
variety. If interested call 372-6837,
Tom and Joe. (J-127-3t-p)
THREE CLEAN CUT college males
desiring the companionship of several
or more socially stimulating members
of the opposite sex. Address reply to:
Either Andy, Howard, or Bid, G 3,
3860 B.W. Archer Road, Gainesville.
(J-1283t-p)
JOEL I think I left my notebooks In
the trunk of your car. Please return
or notify me. Isabel. (J-129-It-p)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY HONEY (21
Years) April 29, 1968. Thera can
only be one Bunny. I Love You. It's
been a happy 11 months end there
will be many more to come.
TWO UPPER classmen want to meet
a couple of fun-loving girls. Don't
miss your chanoe, call 372-7085
after 4:00 p.m. (J-129-It-p)
ENGAGEMENT RING: Before you
buy an engagement ring come and see
this outstanding valuel Compare 46
Karat, round stone of excellent
quality, set in 14 Kt. white gold
setting with two baguettes
$200.00. Retail value over $400.00.
Cm arrange suitable terms. Graduate
student represents reliable Miami
Firm.' Call 378-4887.
(Jl293tp)
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LOST: RED OVERNIGHT CASE
(BTARFLITE), from Red Jeep,
Saturday eve., union parking lot. No
questions asked on return. Reward.
Call 372-3621, Room 114, Helena.
(L-128-3t-p)

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In Matheriy room 3, Friday. April 25.
Call John Claes 378-6315, evenings
(L-1273t-nc)
LOST: University Calculus in
Matheriy 3 on Friday, April 25.
Reward, No questions asked. Call
John Cleaa, 378-6315, evenings.
(Ll272tp)
IT* SERVICES
TUTORING in English by former
high school teacher. Call 378-3720
after 4 p.m., ask for Lyn.
(M-1265tp)

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With this new Honda
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on regular gasoline, but economy of operation isnt Hondas
only bag. |
Ride any of Hondas 23 models and you can forget high
insurance and maintenance costs. Forget parking
problems too.
And when you ride Honda you go in style. Every time.
The Honda Super 90, for instance, combines big bike looks,
with easy lightweight handling. Its dependable Honda
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impressive 8 bhp @9,500 rpm; speeds up to 65 mph. And
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SERVICES
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fterting May 6, batwaan 8-8 p.m.
daily. Register at Suburban Swim
Pool. 1303 N.E. 23rd Blvd. Batwaan
the hours 3-6 p.m. Certification on
completion. (M-129-2t-p)
A GENERATOR or starter
Problem? We rebuild them all. C all
J and J Auto Electric. 378-8381,
1726 N.E. Waldo Road. Electrical
systems checked free. (M-127-ts-c)
GERMAN LESSONS, and for
tutoring. Graduate Ph. D. Language
exam or Undergraduate levels. Tal.
376-7984 after 5 p.m.
(Ml276tp)
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v y
TENNIS RACKET REBTRINGING,
satisfaction guaranteed. Free Pick up
and delivery on and near campus. Call
M and R Tennis Services. 378-2489.
(Mlo4ltp)
CLASS AND PRIVATE intruction:
flute, clarinet, recorder, theory,
beginning piano. Master's degree, 8
years experianoe. Mrs. T. M.
Oestreloh, 378-3430.
~ (Ml292tp)
POVERTY: students need work,
babysitting yard work, odd chores,
sawing, crafts. Experienced 38mm
PHOTOGRAPHY assignments,
developing, printing, enlarging,
rasonable. 376-7133.
(Ml29ltp)
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TODAYS PORKCHOP
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SMOKING MARIJUANA IS A
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ACCEPT THAT. ,,
Has direct authority over the Food
and Drug Administration
lsavi Shankar Is
Now On Screen
Messenger Out of the East a dramatic full length color
feature film is currently being produced about the Indian classical
musician, Ravi Shankar.
The film will seek to explore both his enormous success in the
Western world and the difficult task that has become uniquely his
that of bridging the two divergent cultures of East and West. In a
concept that looks to the source, to the roots, the film will try
to discover the meaning of Ravi Shankar himself a meaning locked
deep within the culture and traditions of Indian music, art, philosophy,
religion and life.
The film will show how music is far more than music in India. It
will explore the mystical union of music and religion inextricably
entwined in the daily life and seasonal cycle of the people and the
land.
Messenger Out of The East is being shot in Eastman color by
a British-American crew on locations throughout India following the
main thread of the fabric: that of the ancient and unique relationship
between Guru and Shyshya master and disciple. It shows the joy
and zeal on the part of the Guru in devoting his time and energies
to the teaching of the sacred traditions reciprocated by the devotion
and discipline of the Shyshya in dedicating his life not only to learning
but also to his Guru. In a small Bengali village, the film shows a
young boy, after having waited five years, accepted as a disciple of
Ravi Shankar in the traditional initiation ceremony.
The unit will follow Ravi Shankar on a personal pilgrimage: to meet
HIS Guru, the 107-year-oldUstad Allaudin Khan,Baba,* a man revered
and honored for his dedication and musical knowledge throughout
India. More than any one human being, he has been responsible for
the genius of Ravi Shankar today.
The film will recapture a timeless moment as a quarter of a century
later Ravi Shankar comes in humility to kneel at the feet of his master
to offer homage to his source of inspiration in music.
BETA THE TA Pl-
DIPPEB DAN
(West gate)
Annual Pie-Eating Festiual
Saturday, May 4th. Be there when the winning sorority
. is announced at noon.
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Union Film
Topics War
Os Children
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The French film War of the
Buttons, similar in theme
to Peter Brooks Lord of the
Flies, will be presented by
the Florida Cinema Society Sun Sunday
day Sunday at the Reitz Union. Feature
times are 7 and 9.
The film concerns a war
the cause of which has long been
forgotten between two groups
of young boys from rival French
villages. The spoils of the con conflict
flict conflict are buttons.
Near the end of the war, one
young army tries a bit of com combat
bat combat strategy you can bet will
never be attempted in Vietnam.
The boys launch a major offen offensive
sive offensive in the nude. Needless to
say, the enemy is taken by sur surprise.
prise. surprise.
The story, based on a novel
by Louis Pergaud, was originally
filmed in 1938 under the more
revealing title Generals Without
Buttons, also by the French.
The modern version was re released
leased released in 1962 and directed by
Yves Robert. It stars Martin
Lartigue, Andre Treton and
Michel Isella.
War of the Buttons is the
first of two French films on the
Cinema Society's calendar for
the spring quarter. Children of
Paradise, made during World
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DEL TA GAMMA
The Delta Gammas and Delta
Tau Deltas were hosts for 26
teenagers from the Florida
School for the Deaf and Blind in
St. Augustine. All participants
from the school were blind.
A switch from offering ser service
vice service to the campus, the National
Delta Gamma and Delta Tau Del Delta
ta Delta have made helping the blind
a nation-wide project.
The sorrity spent S7O on gifts
(DG Charlotte Bishup, pictured
right, is giving a gift to Leon Leonard)
ard) Leonard) and the DTDs paid for the
band that played all afternoon.
KAPPA ALPHA
The Kappa Alphas hosted ap approximately
proximately approximately 40 underprivileged
Gainesville boys at their house
last Saturday. This, too, was part
of a national service project.
The boys were treated to lunch
along with softball and basket basketball
ball basketball games. Later that afternoon
the brothers took them to the
Orange and Blue Game.
A future project for this quar quarter
ter quarter includes having the boys from
the Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch
visit Gainesville. The activities
are still in the planning stage.
Pictured on the left are broth brothers
ers brothers Rich Weddington and Paul
Vesspucci discussing the day's
activities with four of tneu
guests.

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Page 14

Blue League
Ball Yields
Thrillers
By STEVEN ROHAN
Alligator Sport* Writer
Blue League softball continued
Monday as Christopher Meyer of
Delta Upsllon pitched the second
no-hit game of the year. Meyer
also won his own game by knock knocking
ing knocking In the winning run in the
first inning as the DUs beat
the TEKES 1-0 In a thriller.
Theta Chi shutout the Delta
Chi's 6-0 as Mark Mlsiaszek
pitched a two-hitter. ErnonSida ErnonSidaway
way ErnonSidaway collected the only two hits
for Delta Chi.
AGR battered out 17 hits as
they ripped the FIJI'S 12-5. A
big seven-run seven-hit third
Inning led the way. The Chi Phi's
belted Delta Sigma Phi 9-0 to
round out Monday action.
In Law action last week, Ander
Crenshaw pitched a brilliant six sixhitter
hitter sixhitter in allowing the DTs only
one run enroute to a 7-1 Team
I victory.
Berg's Balls gave the K-Nines
nothing to chew on as they belt belted
ed belted them 13-6. It was Berg him himself
self himself who was the hero of the day
as he knocked two of the balls
out of the park. The Clowns
mutilated the Blackacres 13-0 in
four innings.
In the big shock of the week,
the Deadlegs pasted the Ball
Busters 11-0. Six runs on seven
hits in the first inning led the
way tor the Deadlegs.

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Smith Grabs Honors
In Football Awards

Senior fullback Larry Smithy
heads the list of "Spring Foot Football
ball Football Superlatives" as selected
by the coaching staff at UF.
Smith, coaches say, is the Most
Outstanding Overall and Most
Versatile of Gator gridders who
completed spring football
practice Saturday.
The Gator coaching staff
picked four boys In each cate category
gory category after reviewing notes and
scrimmage films on the entire
spring's activities.
Florida Spring Superlatives:
Most Improved Veterans Of Offense:
fense: Offense: tackle Skip Amelung (Ft.
Lauderdale), guard Mac Steen
(Melbourne), tight end George
Dean (Tampa), center Kim Hel Helton
ton Helton (Gainesville). Defense:
middle guard Robbie Rebol (Ft.
Lauderdale), tackle Jim Hadley
(Tampa)," end Bernie Byers
(Pensacola), safetyman Skip Al Albury
bury Albury (Coral Gables).
Most Impressive Sophomores
Offense: split end Ted Hager
(Homestead), tackle Jim Kiley
(Brandon), tailback Garry Walk Walker
er Walker (Winter Haven), split end Ken
Ratcllffe (Jacksonville). Defense:
linebacker Mike Kelley (Or (Orlando),
lando), (Orlando), linebacker Donnie Wil Williams
liams Williams (Lake City), tackle Jack
Youngblood (Monticello), end
Paul Hughes (Melbourne).
Most Outstanding Overall
Offense: fullback Larry Smith
(Tampa), tight end Jim Yarbrough
(Arcadia), guard Guy Dennis
(Walnut Hill), quarterback Larry
Rentz (Coral Gables). Defense:

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Steve Tannen (Miami), tackle Jim
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By Paul Kaplan pHSph
Sports Editor l^i
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I just realized that: Gator gridders*we Tannen and Paul
Maliska are two of the four members of the nations fourth ranked
shuttle-hurdle relay team.
UF is the only SEC school without an indoor swimming po ol
UF is the only SEC school without an indoor firing range for its
Rifle Club.
Riqtarfd Trapp will probably be offered a better deal to play base baseball
ball baseball than the Buffalo Bills will offer for his football services.
Every starter on the FSU baseball team is batting over .300.
Jackie Eckdahl may turn out to be one of the best wideout receivers
the Gators have ever had.
In two or three years the New York Knickerbockers will completely
dominate professional basketball.
Tennis coach Bill Potter says that there is a 50-50 chance that
Mac Claflin, the states No. 1 high school netter, will come to UF
next year.
Gator high jumper Ron Jourdan and discus thrower John Morton
are both fourth ranked in the NCAA in their respective fields.
Professional soccer in America is bad, at best, and the TV station
putting it on the air this summer is very foolishly optimistic.
Athletes who smoke cant be very sincere.
People will continue to scream about the lack of Negro recruit recruiting
ing recruiting at UF, but even though Key Wests Negro cage star Ray Harris
went to FSU, basketball coach Tommy Bartlett gave it a good try.
K Any event in which the man does not control the machine is not
a sport. Auto racing is not a sport if a great driver like Jimmy
Clark can be killed the machine controlled the man.
With talent as thin as it is due to the Vietnam war, professional
baseball is making a mistake by expanding their leagues to 12 teams.
Pete Rose is the best hitter in baseball. Vada Pinson is second,
and Henry Aaron is third.
The UF tennis team is going to have a rough time at the clay courts
of the University of Miami Saturday.
There are two or three cagers from last seasons freshman team
(the most impressive being Todd Lalich) who could really help the
Gators next year if their defense improves.
The Florida baseball team will bring home the SEC crown if the
pitchers stop walking so many batters.
Men who risk their lives in the professional boxing ring would
be a -lot safer and much richer serving as a professional killer
for the Mafia.
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Dave Fullers baseball platoon system will be criticized when
his team loses and praised when they win; and hell win most of
the time.
Men who play football are very brave; men who play baseball
appreciate the recreation of a sport; men who play basketball
are the most skilled sports figures.
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Karate Club Tourney
Meets Here Sunday

Universal Karate Do jo, a club
with membership composed
mostly of UF students, will spon sponsor
sor sponsor its First Invitational Karate
Tournament this Sunday.
The tournament will be
directed by Dirk Mosig. The event
is open to all karate students
of the club and to any other UF
student with rank ranging from
Bth to 4th Kyu (white, yellow,
blue, green and purple belts).
Two other clubs have been
invited: the Sarasota YMCA
Karate Club, directed by Mark
Smith (Ni-dan), and the FSU
Karate Club, directed by Captain
Fred Coyle (San-dan).
There will be two kinds of
contest: KUMITE, or free-style
sparring, and KATA, or formal
exercises. Trophies will be

All-Campus Cagers Named

The Intramural Office released
the names of the Blue League All-
Campus Basketball teams Wed Wednesday*.
nesday*. Wednesday*.
Sigma Nu placed two on the
Orange League team with Ed
Todd and Chuck Schaeffer at
guard. The rest of the team
members are: Jim Hadley at

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awarded to the winners of Ist,
2nd and 3rd in each division.
There will also be a sportsman sportsmanship
ship sportsmanship trophy.
In addition to the competition
in kata and kumite, each club
will present an exhibition, includ including
ing including self-defense techniques, and
breaking of boards, cement slabs,
bricks and stones with the bare
hands, feet, elbows and the head.
The tournament will be a double
elimination contest. The elimin eliminations
ations eliminations start at 2:00 p.m. The
Tournament will be open to the
public at 5:00 p.m. for the final
matches in kumite and kata and
the exhibitions.
The tournament is to be held
at the American Legion Hall,
513 East University Avenue.

center, DTD; Ander Crenshaw
at forward, SAE; and Paul Hughes
at forward, SPE.
For the Blue League it is
Glenn Relle, Theta Chi, and Pete
Marovich, AGR; at guard Mike
Fike, TKE, at center, and Steve
Kaufman, Chi Phi, and Bob Adams
of Pi Kappa Phi at forward.

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