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The Florida alligator
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normalized irregular
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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Members and friends of Sigma Phi Epsilon
fraternity build chuckwagon soapbox racer
for the mud scramble down the hill, near
the j. Hillis Miller Medical Center, Saturday
at 10 a.m.
OConnell Awaits
Faircloth Opinion
On Dow Hearing

By RAUL RAMIREZ
Alligator Managing Editor
UF President Stephen C.
O'Connell said Thursday he
planned to take no further steps
on the Dow protestors case until
State Attprney General Earl
Faircloth Issues an advisory
opinion requested by the presi president
dent president May 1.
Wednesday, the Student Con Conduct
duct Conduct Committee voted 9-2 to dis dismiss
miss dismiss without prejudice" char charges
ges charges of failing to obey a univer university
sity university official against the five stu students.
dents. students.
SCC chairman Dr. J. D. But Butterworth
terworth Butterworth told the Alligator that
the dismissal without pre prejudice"
judice" prejudice" means the same charges
can be re-filed and reconsidered
by the committee if the adminis administration
tration administration chooses to do so.
Butterworth declined further
comment on the case.
I don't think it would be

OF JOURNALISM SEMINAR

FSU Editor Asks Boycott

By PEGGY BLAKE
Alligator Correspondent
The editor of the Florida State
University literary magazine has
urged Florida Alligator staff
members to boycott a student
newspaper worksnop FSU is
sponsoring today and Saturday.
Her letter did not affect the
plans of five UF students plan planning
ning planning to attend.
In a letter to the Alligator,
Mrs. Laurel Akers, Editor of
The Legend, stated that
during the current year the FSU
administration has censored
publications and held up
editorials. A story was recently
wibdrawn from The Legend'*
because FSU administration of officials
ficials officials objected to vulgar
language it contained, she said.

appropriate to comment on the
case now when we don't know if
it is over yet," Butterworth said.
O'Connell said the attorney
general's opinion would probably
determine his next steps.
Im not interested in who is
right, but in what is right,"
O'Connell said.
The five students participated
in a sit-in" demonstration
against on-campus job recruiting
by Dow Chemical Co. last Feb February.
ruary. February. They were arrested and
subsequently fined $35 in muni municipal
cipal municipal court on trespassing char charges.
ges. charges.
O'Connell asked for an in interpretation
terpretation interpretation of the authority and
responsibility of the committee
from Faircloth after the SCC re rejected
jected rejected a directive which would
have allowed it to decide only
whether or not the students were
guilty or Innocent on charges of
violating the Student Code of Con Conduct.
duct. Conduct.

The fivd* UF students attend attending
ing attending the workshop unsuccesfully
attempted to contact Mrs. Akers
Thursday.
After talking to Mrs. Akers'
husband, the students said they
would attend the workshop. The
purpose of the workshop is for
an exchange of ideas, and wed
like to see what other people have
to say about this, they stated.
UF students attending the
workshop are Harold Aldrich, re recently
cently recently selected Managing Editor
for the summer Alligator and
Editor for the 1968-69 year; Dave
Doucette, Managing Editor for
next year; Sydney Frasca, Alli Alligator
gator Alligator staff writer; Harold Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, Alligator Editor for the
summer; and Raul Ramirez, cur current
rent current Alligator Managing Editor.
Mrs. Akers said the workshop

The
Florida Alligator
THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

Vol. 60, No. 135

Kirk Arrives Today;
Carmichael Expected

By MICHAEL ABRAMS
Alligator Executive Editor
Gov. Claude Kirk and Black
Power leader Stokely Carmichael
may be in for a showdown today
in Gainesville.
Gov. Kirk has scheduled a
walking tour" of Gainesville
according to Press Secretary
Jim Wolf. He is scheduled to
arrive at Gainesville Municipal
Airport at 11 a.m.
Carmichael is also slated to
arrive this weekend with plans
by Gainesville's militant blacks
calling for a Friday evening ar arrival.
rival. arrival.
Gov. Kirk's office would not
confirm a confrontation but Wolf
said that Kirk knows Carmichael
will be here.
Sure, the governor knows
Carmichael might be in Gaines Gainesville,"
ville," Gainesville," said Wolf. But I cant
answer whether there will be
any meeting."
The governor's itinerary has
not been announced, but his of office
fice office said the trip was connected

FSU Students Protest
Magazine Censorship

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI)
About 250 students at Florida
State University staged a peace peaceful
ful peaceful demonstration on the steps
of the FSU administration build building
ing building Thursday to protest cen censorship
sorship censorship of four-letter words by
university officials.
A committee of four students,
including Laurel Akers of Mel Melbourne,
bourne, Melbourne, editor of the literary
magazine Legend, met with
Dr. John Carey, vice president
for student affairs, and other ad administrators
ministrators administrators after the dem demonstration
onstration demonstration while about 75 stu students
dents students held a vigil on the lawn
of Westcott Hall, the administra administration
tion administration building.



was not conducive to a free
interchange of ideas'.
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the sermons on Ethics in Re Reporting
porting Reporting and Writing,* Law of the
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The Newspaper Publisher and
Policy, * she.added.
INSIDE
Editorials 6
TV Review 15
j Sports 17.19
Pork Chop 15
Weekendoings 10
Movies 8-9
Gator Girl 3
Letters 7
Orange and 81ue..*..*.. 12

University of Florida

with securing jobs for people
in poverty areas.
-Kirk opened a job campaign re recently
cently recently in Gainesville.
Carmichael is expected here
to help raise funds for the de defense
fense defense of several Negro civil
rights workers currently in jail
in Alachua County. He is a for former
mer former public relations man born
in Jamaica. As a U.S. citizen
he recently travelled to Havana
and Hanoi and urged an armed
Negro guerrilla revolt in
American cities.
The Gainesville City Commis Commission
sion Commission passed a beefed up anti antiriot
riot antiriot ordinance this week which
clarifies an emergency ordinance
passed during racial unrest after
Martin Luther King's death April
4.
The ordinance permits Mayor
Ted Williams to establish cur curfews,
fews, curfews, close public establish establishments,
ments, establishments, declare civil emergency,
stop sales of guns and ammuni ammunition,
tion, ammunition, alcoholic beverages and
combustible liquids such as gaso gasoline.
line. gasoline.

The students said they would
maintain a token round-the-clock
vigil until the issue is settled.
Carey overrode the board of
student publications, a combined
student-faculty review board, in
refusing to allow publication of
an article in the next issue of
the magazine because it contained
obscenities.
He said the decision had noth nothing
ing nothing to do with the literary merit
or other content of the story

i McCarthy Sweeps
iv
{ Nation, Campus
i:j: by SYDNEY FRASCA
Sen. Eugene McCarthy has won Choice 68.
McCarthy's name appeared on more than 50 per cent of the
$ total ballots cast at UF April 24.
McCarthy received 1,482 first place votes for president and
g 1,175 second place votes, to win in both areas. He was third
:j£ choice in 810 ballots.
A total of 6,398 ballots from the UF were tabulated, and
:*: 1,072,830 students from 1200 campuses in the country voted
£: in the Time Magazine*sponsored collegiate primary.
McCarthy won the national Choice 68 with 285,988 first place
votes, with Robert F. Kennedy running 2nd with 213,832 and Rich Richard
ard Richard Nixon third with 197,167 first place tallies.
UF results also had McCarthy the winner in first choice
# balloting, but second and third place were reversed, with Nixon
$ receiving 1,250 first place votes over Kennedy's 1,126.
Both Kennedy and McCarthy were among the top three in the
j* balloting for first, second and third choices for president.
McCarthy's name appeared on 54 per cent of the ballots and
jij: Kennedy was a choice on 43 per cent of the ballots cast.
In the referendum questions included on the ballot, 63 per cent
g of the UF students voted for withdrawal or reduction in Vietnam,
*:*: and on the bombing issue, 55 per cent voted tor cessation or sus-j
# pension of the bombing in Vietnam.

Friday, May 10, 1968

Police Chief W. D. Joiner said
he did not know for sure if Car Carmichael
michael Carmichael was coming and he was
not planning any special action.
We just have the usual plans
for crowd control," said Joiner.
Kunsfler Suit
Vs Gainesville
Set For June
By EVAN LANGBEIN
Alligator Staff Writer
The Federal District Court
in Tallahassee Thursday agreed
to a hearing on the evidence
in the controversial Kunstler mo motion.
tion. motion. The date was set for June
3.
New York Attorney William M.
Kunstler filed his motion about
two weeks ago. He is seeking to
enjoin the trial of three civil
rights protestors, Jack Dawidns,
Joe Waller and Levi Wilcox, on
the grounds that they were being
prosecuted on insufficient evi evidence
dence evidence solely to discourage them
from exercising their constitu constitutional
tional constitutional rights.
The motion was signed by about
96 persons. It questions the
state's riot, arson and resis resisting
ting resisting arrest statutes as they are
Deing applied in Gainesville. The
signers contend that prosecuting
the protestors endangers their
own rights as well.
In the hour long hearing, Kunst Kunstler
ler Kunstler said the city of Gainesville
lacks evidence against the three
men and is carrying on a pol political
itical political prosecution which prohibits
civil rights workers from exer exercising
cising exercising their rights of free speech.



Page 2

!, The Florida Alligator, Friday, May 10, 1968

RFK f Terribly Pleased Over Victory

Second In A Series
By EVAN LANGBEIN
Alligator Staff Writer
INDIANAPOLIS Getting Into
Senator Robert F. Kennedys
suite on Tuesday night would
seem to be an unthinkable trick.
Alter all, thousands were
milling about in the lobby of
the Indianapolis' Hotel Sheraton
awaiting Bobbys appearance.
Kennedy was on the ninth floor,
but I felt sure the door to his
room would be locked.
When he showed up, Bobby was
pushed through the lobby and into
a big room where he gave his
victory talk. I was toward the
rear of die room, tyit I perched
myself on a chair and snapped
a few pictures.
It then dawned upon me there
now would be no one on die ninth
floor. Bobby would be going back
up after his, speech. I pressed
through the crowd with all I could
muster until I reached the ele-
v vator. Up I went to the ninth
floor.
GETTING IN
It was crowded up there with
high cameras from all the net networks
works networks which adorned the hall hallways.
ways. hallways. I made my way to 910,
Bobby's room. There, to my
great surprise, the door was flung
wide open. Before me sat
"Freckles," Bobby's pet dog. I
entered the suite.
About six people were sitting
around chatting. I asked if I
could shoot some pictures of the
dog. I shot my photos and then
leaned against the wall in a
corner of the suite. No one
seemed to mind.
Ten or fifteen minutes passed.
The room began to fill up again.
I saw Kennedy's sister Eunice
come in. Then came Joan
Kennedy, Senator Edwards wife.

Higher Education
Committee Meets
Florida Legislative Committee on fflgher Education will meet
at the Reitz Ufaion today to discuss the University System Admin Administration.
istration. Administration.
Items for 9:30 a.m. session are administrative coordination o
the university system, fiscal, personnel, and purchasing procedures.
Chancellor Robert B. Mautz will participate on behalf of the
state university system.
The subcommittee on capital outlay discussed funding for the
state university system and the subcommittee on private colleges
and student assistantshlps focused its attention on scholarship and
financial aid.
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RFK And Crowd In Hotel Suite

Then, came the bigwigs such as
Bill Haddad and Richard Goodwin.
Larry O'Brien, the resigned
postmaster general who now
masterminds the Kennedy cam campaign,
paign, campaign, came In. He began
whispering instructions. People
were bustling in and out now.
RFK COMES
Suddenly, the noise became
intense as Senator Kennedy had
returned and was making his way
down the hall and back to his
room. He bolted into cne room,
and the door was rapidly shut,
and locked. There were now about
30 people in the suite.
I began to shoot pictures
faster than I knew how. I fol followed
lowed followed Bobby into his bedroom. I
was roughing it with two photo photographers
graphers photographers from, I thought, Life
and Time to get my pictures.
He came out and began talk talking
ing talking to advisers. He spotted
leaned over, petted
him, and sternly said, "Where
were you tonight? People were
looking for you downstairs."
Freckles simply continued his
sad stare.

SEES UPHILL BATTLE

Bobby went to a telephone and
dialed Los Angeles. His support supporters
ers supporters were waiting for a statement
from the victorious candidate.
I rushed over to the desk where
the telephone lay. I stood no
more than five feet from RFK.
But the noise was extreme and I
leaned over the desk toward Bob Bobby
by Bobby so that I could hear what he
was saying.
BOBBY NERVOUS
"I am terribly pleased," Bob Bobby
by Bobby said. "We came in here with
no organization when we were ad advised
vised advised that we could not win.
Kennedy stood in front of a mir mirror
ror mirror as he talked. He was amazing amazingly
ly amazingly nervous. His hands were shak shaking.
ing. shaking. His skin was fire red from

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the heat and strain. It made his
blue eyes glow. He incessantly
brushed his frosted hair out of
his face with his right hand.
He kept gazing at the mfrror
as if he were still before the
television cameras.
He told his California support supporters
ers supporters how important their primary
would be. He disclaimed he was
a front runner.
"It is a long way until August.
We have an uphill battle, and I
am taking it to the people," the
Senator said.
Bobby said something which
Thomas Jefferson once said. I
lost the exact words in the noise.
It was something to the effect
that America was a great ex experiment,
periment, experiment, and he ran because he
was trying to make it succeed.
He said he would continue to
talk in future months about the
problems of the poor and equality
for all Americans.
As he spoke, his wife Ethel
stood several feet behind him and
his sister-in-law Joan was
directly behind him. I looked at
Joan, and she reassuringly
winked at me. I was inordinate inordinately
ly inordinately flattered.
Bobby hung-up the phone. It
seemed he was preparing to talk

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to two reporters who had received
priority to speak to him. One was
from Harper's, and the other
from Life. I anxiously wanted to
hear what he would say. But
someone tapped me on the
shoulder.
"Who do you represent? the
man said.
"I drew myself up to full heieht
and told him I was with the
Florida Alligator, my campus
paper. He was amused, and gave
me an incredulous look. He asked
me how I got in. I told him I
walked in. He asked me if i
would kindly wait outside with
the other reporters.
I left, disappointed that I could
not stay longer. Outside the re reporters
porters reporters thronged, waiting to get
in. A man from CBS asked me
how I got in. He asked me what
was the scoop. He asked me for
some quotes. I apologized
to him, but I told him this was
exclusive material for the Alli Alligator.
gator. Alligator. The man was appalled.
In that half hour I had seen the
candidate, seen the political
wheels spinning. I had been in
the throes of American politics.
I had seen and felt something of
the 1968 presidential campaign,
one of the most important in our
nation's history.



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Page 4

, The Florida Alligator, Friday, May 10, 1968

IIF Students
Rate College
Who's Who
By LYNNE TIESLAU
Alligator Staff Writer
Outstanding UF students have
been named to the Universitys
Hall of Fame and the publication,
"Who's Who Among Students in
American Universities and Col Colleges.'
leges.' Colleges.'
Twenty-four students were se selected
lected selected to both the Hall of Fame
and "Who's Who."
Florida students chosen were
Don Braddock, 4LW; William
Boynton, 4BA; Mike Brinkley,
4LW; Les Burke, 4LW; and Bruce
Flower, 4JM.
Also included were Carolyn
Greaney, 4ED; Jean Hanna, 4ED;
Rob Harper, 4AS; Kathy Hayes,
4ED; Ed Koran, 4BA; and Nell
Laughon, 4AS.
Others chosen were Joe Mason,
4LW; Wayne McCall, 3AS; Bill
McCollum, 4JM; Graham
McKeel, 6BA; and Kay Melton,
4ED.
Also tapped were Karen Read,
4ED; Judy Schnabel, 4AS; Jim
Valentine, 4AS; Jane Wanless,
4AS; and Butch Wooten, 4LW.
Out-of-state students named
for both honors were Donna Ber Berger,
ger, Berger, 4ED; Steve Hull, 4BA; and
Bob Imholte, 4BA.
Students selected for" Who's
Who" were Alan Brunswick, 4AS;
Daniel Bowles, 4AR; Charles Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, 4LW; SuzAnn Hull, 4ED;
Manny James, 4LW; and Bruce
Levy, 4JM.
Others included were Don Mid Middlebrooks,
dlebrooks, Middlebrooks, 4BA; Sue Nichols,
4ED; Susan Nieman, 4AS; Mike
Pent, ILW; Bruce Rogow, SEG;
and Judy Rosenberger, 4HP.
Also named were Joe Scafuti,
4BA; Charles Shepherd, ILW;
Steve Uhlfelder, 4BA; David Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, SEG; Katherine Young, 3ED;
and Pete Zinober, 3LW.

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Mother Recalls Cycle Tragedy

By VICKI MANDELL
Alligator Correspondent
"If the new law, requiring
motorcyclists to wear helmets,
can save another mother's son,
then I can find comfort in that,"
Mrs. Hawkins, secretary to Pro Programs
grams Programs Director, said.
Her statement was prompted by
an article appearing in the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator several days ago, which
stated in part:
"Campus Police Chief A. I.
Shuler said that the reason the
law requiring helmets is not being
enforced on campus is that it is
not entirely understood."
"What needs to be under understood?"
stood?" understood?" asks Mrs. Hawkins.
"Is further explanation neces necessary?
sary? necessary? When it comes to a ques question
tion question of safety, and even of life,
just do it! This law requiring
helmets is a good one. But the
law is only as good as its en enforcement."
forcement." enforcement."
As she said, "You never think
a tragedy can happen to you.
But it hit Kenny. And it hit me."
Kenny Hawkins was coming
home from work on a cycle,
driven hy his friend Bob. It was
only a short distance to Bobs
home, where supper was wait waiting.

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ing. waiting. It was late nearly mid midnight.
night. midnight.
Kenny was thrown over Bob.
fids unprotected head hit a tele telephone
phone telephone pole. Kenny died. Bob is
a cripple.
This accident occurred two
years ago. To this day, no one
knows the cause of the tragedy.
One thought remains to haunt
Mrs. Hawkins.
"If Kenny had had his hel helmet
met helmet on, I could talk with him
this morning."
Mrs. Hawkins still gets teary tearyeyed
eyed tearyeyed in talking about the tragedy.
Two years ago, the Hawkins
family moved to Florida. Kenny
had remained at the University
of Buffalo to complete his third
year of college.
After the accident, Mr. and
Mrs. Hawkins drove north. They
rolled Kenny's own cycle into
Lake Erie.
Returning to her new home
in Florida, Mrs. Hawkins filled
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"I enjoy being around young
people," says Mrs. Hawkins.
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The
Florida Alligator
jglMjppa To Let The People Know
m
Raul Ramirez Mike Abrams
rn Managing Editor Executive Edltoi
Nick Tatro Paul Kaplan
Mewa Editor Sports Editor
Tha Florida Alligator*! official position on lasnan in nzprnuod
only in thn oolumna bnlov. Othor material in till Imoa may
rafted tha opinion of tbs writer or cartoonist and not nacaaaarlly
that of tha Florida Alligator onlasn spadfleaily indicated.
Dow Dilemma

By a 9-2 vote Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, charges against five
students involved in a Feb.
9 Dow protest were over overthrown.
thrown. overthrown.
The decision of the Stu Student
dent Student Conduct Committee
now rests in the hands of
Pres. Stephen OConnell.
The president is em empowered
powered empowered to overrule the
committee and enforce any
discipline he deems fit upon
the five students. Or he
may decide to follow the
recommendation of the
committee.
We urge the president
to consider that the stu students
dents students in question have al already
ready already been tried by the city
of Gainesville with the UF
as the complaining witness.
We feel these five students
have been persecuted

The ROTC Dissenters

Two students took a stand
Wednesday afternoon.
It wasnt dramatic. They
just walked away from
something they didnt be believe
lieve believe in.
They walked away from
a class- they felt had been
forced upon them uncon unconstitutionally.
stitutionally. unconstitutionally.
They walked off the drill
field while a general in inspection
spection inspection was being conduc conducted.
ted. conducted. More than 3000 cadets
watched, some in awe,
some in disgust.
The students, Ira Bruk Brukner,
ner, Brukner, former student body
presidential candidate, and
Myron J. Hauben said
ROTC constitutes mili military
tary military double jeopardy.
During the past few
weeks the subject of com compulsory
pulsory compulsory ROTC has been
discussed and cussed ad
nauseam. Board of Re Regents
gents Regents Chairman Chester

enough for taking a moral
stand on a controversial
subject and have been
sufficiently reprimanded in
the city courts.
President OConnell has
now the opportunity to show
UF students that Tigert
Hall really is concerned
x with their welfare. He is
in the position to ex exlercise
lercise exlercise his authority in a
definite and constructive
fashion. Seldom has there
been more need for the
Administration to show its
humanity.
The time is here and it
only calls for the man. We
think President OConnell
is that man and we hope
the challenge will be met.
Let us temper justice with
reason. Let the com committees
mittees committees vote stand.

Ferguson predicted all
schools in Florida would
become compulsory. A poll
on campus indicated stu students
dents students were overwhelmingly
against being required to
attend ROTC classes.
In the never-ending
search for an answer to
the problem, the gap be between
tween between those who control
the procedures of ROTC
and those who endure the
tribulations of ROTC is
spreading.
Wednesday afternoon two
students took a stand
against ROTC. They may
have widened the gap
between the Regents stand
and the students stand.
i
But, neverthless, both
Brukner and Hauben should
be commended for their
actions.
There is always a place
for change.
And a change is needed
NOW.
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This summer win be the UF's Columbia.
One day next quarter, some spark will
ignite angry students and they will occupy
Tigert Hall, perhaps other buildings as well.
They will hold the buildings like besieged
fortresses, just as students at half a dozen
of our sister universities already have.
An administrator or two who fail to flee
in time will find themselves hostages in
their own offices.
Judging from the temperament of the
governor and some local and university
officials, strong-arm tactics will be used
to dislodge the protestors. Blood will be
shed on both sides, but the students will
get the worst of it.
Eventually, the police will leave, classes
will reopen, and some semblance of order
will return to the campus. But for better
or for worse, this university will never
be the same again. The bitterness, dis distrust,
trust, distrust, and hatred left in the aftermath
of the student revolt will leave this campus
raw and bleeding long after the cracked
heads have healed.
It will happen this summer.
During the summer quarter most of the
jocks and greeks will be gone or isolated
in the partyland of Sin City. The serious,
intellectually-oriented students from which
the new left* draws its support will
remain. The bread-and-circuses usually
provided by the athletic department won't
be available in the summer. Lighter
academic loads will leave the students
more time to be aware of the long and
escalating emnity between Tigert and
the leftist movement.
The actual spark that sets off this
revolution may be large or small. It doesn't
matter. Both sides will forget pretty quickly.
Tbe underlying reasons for the revolution
matter very much.
They are a long string of grievances
that have left even the milder members of
the student body disillusioned and
frustrated.
Tbe Benny Cason and Pam me Brewer
incidents are still a bitter memory to the
older students. More recently, the Marshall
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Jones case, the departure of Spencer Boyer,
the Alligator controversy, double jeopardy
prosecution of the Dow protestors, and
failure to do away with compulsory ROTC
have increased the bad feeling.
Added to this are on-campus housing reg regulations,
ulations, regulations, a soon-to-be instituted compulsory
food plan, surveillance of protests and
teach-in's, innuendoes about secretfiles"
on leftist students and professors, and
censorship of literature and speakers have
also contributed to the hostility with which
the students regard the University adminis administration.
tration. administration.
Under constant pressure from a reaction reactionary
ary reactionary Board of Regents, the University ad administration
ministration administration regards the new left as
dangerous activists to whom too many con concessions
cessions concessions have already been made.
Hie clamor created by the student press,
teach-in's, and demonstrations keep the Ad Administration
ministration Administration constantly on the defensive.
Tempers in Tigert are fraying.
The sleep-in in Tigert last year could
have resulted in violence, but fortunately
Pres. Reitz showed rare wisdom in dealing
with the protestors and did not try to have
them evicted. When the sleep-in was over,
the demonstrators cleaned up the papers
and debris and left.
The next confrontation is unlikely to be
so polite.
What will be left when this, summer's
revolt is over is anybody's guess. As in
all revolutions, it may bring more free freedoms.
doms. freedoms. Here at the UF more freedoms"
means student and faculty approval of
administrative decisions affecting them,
an end to censorship and compulsory pro programs,
grams, programs, and, hopefully resistance to the
Board of Regents so effective that the
legislature will have to choose between
abolishing the board or the University.
Another, equally possible result, is a
crackdown on all academic and social
freedoms, expulsion of suspected activists,
and retreat into rigid totalitarianism.
The activists feel the situation isn't far
from that now. As they see it, they have
nothing to lose by revolution. \
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MERRY-GO-ROUND

Stokely Skirts
Sedition

WASHINGTON Whoever is advising Stokely Carmichael is doing
a smart job of keeping him out of trouble with the U.S. courts. The
young firebrand from Jamaica, who took advantage of an American
college education then tried to undermine the country which gave
him citizenship, has been on the verge of sedition but doesnt step
over the line at least in this country.
For instance, this column recently secured a copy of an amazing
speech Carmichael delivered in North Vietnam. But no witnesses are
available from Hanoi to testify against Carmichael.
More recently he came close to stepping over the line in a phone
conversation to Havana during the Washington race burnings. But
this phone conversation is not admissible as evidence.
Here is how Carmichael tried to undermine the morale of American
Gls in South Vietnam from Hanoi, Oct. 29:

UNCLE TOMS
The white man and Uncle
Toms say we're unpatriotic when
we refuse to fight (words in indistinct).
distinct). indistinct). To be patriotic means
that you are willing to fight for
your country. But maybe the black
man aint got no country, aint
got no kind of country. When the
United States was patriotic in
writing all its beautiful words
about life, liberty, and the pur pursuit
suit pursuit of happiness, they were keep keeping
ing keeping slaves. Hie very Constitution
of the United States today says
that we are (words indistinct).
Where is our country? To be
patriotic means you have some something
thing something to fight for. What country
do we have? Where is our country?
Voting we couldnt vote until
1965 in Louisiana, Mississippi,
Tennessee, South Carolina,
Georgia, Alabama, North Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, Virginia, and we cant even
vote in Washington, D.C. today
because we outnumber them.
What is a country when a man
cant vote?
NO VOTE
And we have to pay to vote.
Can you vote in Mississippi?
Can you vote in Alabama? Can
you vote in. Louisiana? Georgia?
Texas? North Carolina? South
Carolina? Virginia? Tennessee?
No! Kentucky? No! You cant vote.
If you cant vote, what are you
fighting for? How can you be
patriotic when you have nothing
to be patriotic to? But the white
man says we are unpatriotic
because we dont want to fight in
his wars.
When you fight in a war, to
the victor belong the spoils. The
United States has won every war
it has fought in. What have the
black people benefited from its
wars? Nothing. The United States
is the richest country in the
world. We are probably the poor poorest
est poorest people in the world. What will
we fight for? Where is our
country?
NIGGER
The white man calls us nigger
whenever he feels like it, spits
in our face, shoots us down in
the street and goes unpunished.
In the South Sheriff Rainey can
shoot us (words indistinct); Jim
Clark can beat us up; Wallace,
Lurleen and George, can take
their (words indistinct). They
dont even go to trial. The white
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man in the South shoots a nigger.
He dont even go to trial. In the
North its a little better. The
white man puts on a badge and
if he shoots us down, he goes to
court. And they call it justified
homicide. Now who they kidding?
FOR WHAT?
What has the country been
fighting for? Where is the
property we own in the United
States? We are a propertyless
people and yet the white man
says we are unpatriotic. He says
things are getting better in the
UJS. every day. Its a lie! Its a
lie! And nothing is getting better.
White man take a black man
from the UJS. 10,000 miles to
Vietnam, put him in uniform,
up front, fighting, gets killed.
Lets say he is fighting next to
a white boy. Lets say both of
them may get out of the war
alive. What do they do back home?
Can a black man live next to a
white man? Hell no! Hell no!
OUR COUNTRY
IS OUR COLOR
!
We fought in Congress three
weeks ago (words indistinct)
some bill claiming that black
people cant live where you want
to live. What kind of country do
you have? We aint got no country.
Our country is our color! Our
country is our color!
We must defend our people
wherever we are. Our enemy is
not the Vietnamese. They have
done absolutely nothing to us. No
Vietnamese ever called me
nigger. No Vietnamese ever
lynched my people. No Viet Vietnamese
namese Vietnamese ever exploited my people.
No Vietnamese ever discrimin discriminated
ated discriminated against me, made me sit
in the back of a bus. No Viet Vietnamese
namese Vietnamese ever stopped me from
voting. No Vietnamese ever raped
my mother. No Vietnamese made
my mother or my sister a pros prostitute.
titute. prostitute. What the hell is a nigger
doing in Vietnam?

Equal Rights For Indians

MR. EDITOR:
My fellow Americans ...
sounds good doesnt it? It seems
everybody is a' fellow Am American
erican American except the American In Indian.
dian. Indian.
Most of us are American by
birth, some have moved to this
great country, and become Am Americans,
ericans, Americans, others were sold by their
neighbors to Americans to work
in the fields and were freed by
Mr. Lincoln and are finally being
freed by the rest of the country,
after threats of violence, to be become
come become Americans, . .. and then
there is the American Indian.
He doesnt know that rioting,
looting, burning, and killing white
people will give him freedom
and jobs and money; he doesnt
know what blackmail is. So
fellow Americans, including
the Negro will keep the American
Indian in virtual slavery; poverty

W i||H

Students Advice Basis
For Food Plan Set-Up

MR. EDITOR:
I am pleased that, after receiving .the adoitional
information given you during our conversation, you
agreed to print a retraction of the erroneous
statement Assistant Business Manager Tom Wells
says that by 1970 University of Florida students
will be forced to eat where the administration
says they must.
Please include in the retraction the following
information, which was inadvertently omitted by
your reporter John Parker in the item appear appearing
ing appearing in The Florida Alligator on April 26, 1968,
Mandatory Food Plan Seen by 1970.
Our Food Service Division has, during the past
two years, been holding separate monthly meetings
with representatives of each residence hall. These
representatives are appointed to the Food and Vend Vending
ing Vending Committee by each Hall Council.
Discussions include ideas for improvements to
all phases of food and vending services in the

OPEN FORUM:
jAduiumi Vitimt
There is no hope for the complacent man."

RFK RUTHLESS

Senator Kennedy
From Hawk To Dove

MR. EDITOR:
Mr. Mooneys letter last Wed.
didnt Include the following in information
formation information on Sen. Robert
F(rancis) Kennedy:
FACTS In 1952 he was a
member of the Infamous Mc-
Carthy Committee (Senate Per Permanent
manent Permanent Sub-committee on In Invistigation)
vistigation) Invistigation) as an assistant
counsel. He was a good friend
of Sen. Joe McCarthy until his
death in 1957. The McClellan
Committee which the senator
worked for 5 yrs. is the same one
that Sen. McCarthy headed until
his censure.
Moving to Sept. 65, Sen.
Kennedy said withdrawal from
Vietnam is unthinkable. Then,
in Nov. he said that he favored
blood donations to North Vietnam
in the best American tradition
(whatever that is). Next, in Jan.
66, he favored a coalition
government in Vietnam.
In 1966 he denied knowledge of
any bugging by the FBI during
his tenure as Attorney General.
But J. Edgar Hoover said that
the FBI did it with Mr. Kennedys
approval and, in fact, that it

conditions the Negro never knew
existed, illiteracy the Negro
never knew existed, and atrocious
mental and physical health con conditions
ditions conditions the Negro never knew
existed.
I am sure the free white man,
and the free Negro, and the
militant Negro will be able to
work out something whereas the
American Indian can/may remain
ensconced in the mire we have
made for him, below even, that
place in society the American
Negro proclaims himself to be.
Os course, you can always tell
anybody that doesnt like it here
in America to go back whe.e
they came from, but what do
you tell the American Indian?
Arent yall proud to be Am Americans;
ericans; Americans; land of the free and
home of the brave????
. ST. TOMMY

was increased at his in insistence.
sistence. insistence.
On Jan. 4 of this year he
repeated that he expected LBJ
for re-election. Then the New
Hampshire primary was held (in
which another dove did much
better than expected) and on Mar.
16 he announced his candidacy.
The next day he expressed grave
reservations about supporting
the President if he were re renominated.
nominated. renominated.
CONCLUSIONS One could
speculate for many pages on the
reasons for Sen. Kennedys meta metamorphosis
morphosis metamorphosis from hawk to
dove, the timing of his de-

ALLIGATOR BRAINOSITIES
By LEWIS ROTHLEIN

Good morning! Today is
contest day. I submit a repeat
of last Fridays brainosity,
of which I feel was quite
difficult (grammer?). People
come up to me all the time
and say that they get all my
problems. Well, heres your
chance to show yourself.
ANYBODY who answers the
problem correctly shall have
their name printed next Friday
and he who submits the correct
answer FIRST shall have his
picture printed in this column.
\ And, if nobody sends in an
answer, it will mean either
that the problem is too dif difj
j difj ficult, or that no one reads
this column.
;i So to prevent inferiority
complexes, if you cant get
the answer; draw a picture,
or write a poem, or send in
\ a piece of pizza, or something,
and if nobody sends in the cor cor
cor rect answer, I will judge the
: contest on the basis of orig orig:
: orig: inality In this department. (Is
: this any way to run a contest?)
Here is the brainosity:
Its decoding time again.
Here is a piece of paper found
from a criminal caught after
a round-up in Chicago. Catch
:j the Shakespeare. Can you
figure out what the message

Friday, May 10, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

residence halls. For example, during the next
three months we will complete a much-needed
remodeling of the food facility in Tolbert Hall.
Initial discussions on this project were held
with such a committee for Tolbert, North and South
Halls, headed by Mr. Mike McNerney. The current
chairman of this committee, Mr. Ed Rose, has
contributed many helpful ideas for this $22,000 re remodeling
modeling remodeling project which, when completed, will better
meet the need for food and vending services in
the general area of Tolbert Hall, including the new
coeducation plan for this area.
These food and vending committees will continue
to be the grass-roots" basis for the initial dis discussion
cussion discussion with students of any change from our
present voluntary food plan" to consideration of
any type of mandatory food plan at the University of
Florida.
T. N. WELLS
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER

cision to run, and other contra contradictions
dictions contradictions in the man. But all I
will point out is that he has been
called ruthless" by more
politicians and officals than any
other person I know of. It has
even been rumored (in U.S. News
& World Report) that RFK pro promised
mised promised the Vice-presidency to
about 17 people during JFKs
drive for the nomination in 1960.
I think this adequately sup supports
ports supports Mr. Abrams statement
integrity of a vacuum cleaner
salesman" (personally, I prefer
used car salesman).
JACK ROQUEMORE. 4AS

says. If you were a cop, where
would you look for the
gangsters?
GEN T E H
KOJ D I Y
AKZ Y P G
OAE X G R
EWS Q M N
WTN E I M
Round about the cauldron go
In the poison'd entrails throw.
Toad, that under cold stone
Days and nights has thirty thirtyone
one thirtyone
As for yesterday's brain brainoslty:
oslty: brainoslty: Place three coins on
each side of the scale. If they
weigh the same, then on the
second weighing you could
easily determine the light coin
between the remaining two
coins. If one group is lighter,
then weigh two of the group
lf they are equal weights,
then the third is the light one,
and If they are not equal, then
obviously the light one is the
desired coin.
SIGN I'D LIKE TO SEE:
Is this any way to run an
election? Hubert it is!
For those who don't watch
, TV, forget the above.
Have a homogeneous week weekend.
end. weekend.

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FOR SALE
LIKE NEW, living room furniture,
couch $175.00, chair $60.00, two
round coffee tables, $15.00 each.
376-1019. (Al2BlOptp)
COFFEE TABLES. Solid black
walnut, free-form, hand made, 4'
long, 17" high. Beautiful, $55.00 a
piece. See at 1317 N.W. Bth St.,
378-4879. (A-133-3t-p)
ATTENTION ROTC Army Cadets:
for sale: 1 full dress green uniform,
complete with cap and insignias,
shoes, etc. Size: 38R, Cap: 7, Shoes:
9, will sell to bWt offer. Cali
376-8078 (After 7:00 p.m.)
(Al342tp)
HONDA 50 1966 Excellent
condition, low mileage book rack
helmet with lock included,
$160.00. Call 378-5791.
(Al34stp)
CLASSICAL GUITAR: Oaxacan
Made with capo, extra set La Bella
nylon strings, extra nut, and genuine
initation plastic pick, $40.00 or best
offer, .38 Revolver 535.00.
378-1034. (Al333tp)
HARMONY 12String guitar and
case. Almost new, still under
warranty, SIIO.OO. Call Lenny,
376-9205. (Al33stp)
oUNS GUNS GUNS
Inventory over 450 Buy Sell
Trade Repair. Reloading Supplies,
Custom Reloading HARRY
BECKWITH, GUN DEALER,
MICANOPY, 466-3340.
(Alo6tfp)
FIVE YEARS of Playboy for sale,
19631968 inclusive. Good buy at
25 cents a piece or all for $13.00.
Call 372 7925, Evenings.
(Al342tp)
BARFORMICA top, walnut panel
front, "L" shaped 5 ft. long, $30.00,
TV Philco, 15 in. portable with
stand. $40.00. Stereo-Admiral
portable with stand $50.00
Regulation parallel bars, $40.00,
Scuba tanks and regulator,
Healthways. .376-0522
(Al34st-n>_
'66 GILERA 124 cc, 16hp Like new
low mileage. Must sell immediately.
Reasonable. Make offer. For more
information, call 372-4057.
(Al342tp)
1963 HONDA 50 Good
transportation, $45.00. Call Roger
after 7:00 p.m. 378-6256.
(Al33ltp)
GOOD DEPENDABLE
transportation "54 Olds., $75.00,
and also 1965 S9o Honda in good
condition, $175.00 or best offer Call
378 2l 71 after 6 p.m.
(Al3sstp)
MOTORCYCLE Helmet, AMA
approved for competition, $15.00.
Small tape recorder, SB.OO. Zeis Ikon
Contessa Camera, will bargain on
price. 378-3937, 960 S.W. 16th
Ave., Butler Apartments.
(Al3sltp)
LOVABLE Siamese kittens no
papers, have their shots. Call
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M/T Eliminator Mags 14" x 6",
$90.00. Excellent condition and will
fit most any General Motors car. Call
Dave 372-2403. (A-135-3t-p)
A NOTICE TO
OUR PATRONS
We are pleased to announce
that the Fla. Cinema Soci Society
ety Society has obtained for showing
a print of one of the most
talked about films of our time,
ANDY WARHOLS
'CHELSA GIRLS'
beginning Monday at the Med
Center. Watch the Alligator
for further information.

GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

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TREAT rugs right, they'll be a
delight if cleaned with Blue Lustre.
Rent electric shampooer, SI.OO.
Lowry Furniture. (Al342tc)
FOR RENT
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Adjacent to University of Florida
post office. Now renting at low
summer rates for June. 3784134, or
376-7534. (B-129-2t-p)
1-3 TO SUBLET 2 bedrm. apt. for
summer, AC, Comfortable. 1 Blk
from campus. Rent: $ 100/mo.
possible reduction. 3787187. .
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14 SPACIOUS rooms in house near
campus. AC and CH, Seniors,
Graduate men and older men
students. Groups considered. Phone
378-8122 or 376-6652.
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2 BEDROOM house to sublet for
summer furnished A block from
campus. Call 378-4376.
(81336t-ul_
TWO bedroom apt. at French
Quarter tor the summer. Discount on
first months rent. Call 3787778 or
visit Apt. 12. (Bl32stp)
SUBLEASE SUMMER quarter
French Quarter n 0.24 (Single) Call
378-6193. (Bl323tp)

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Perhaps the most beautiful movie in hisiory.-
Brendan Gill, The New Yorker. "Exquisite is only the
first word that surges in my mind as an appropriate
description of this exceptional film. Its color is abso absolutely
lutely absolutely gorgeous. The use of music and, equally elo eloquent,
quent, eloquent, of silences and sounds is beyond verbal descrip description.
tion. description. The performances are perfect that is the only
word.-Bosley Crowther, New York Times. "May well
be the most beautiful film ever made.-Newsweek.
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FOR RENT
SUMMER in the best of Sin City
Sublease Landmark 2 Bedroom
Townhouse apartment by pool with
dishwasher and air, $43.75.
378-7447. (B-133-st-p)
TWO BEDROOM Landmark
Luxurious leisure lease for summer.
AC, Pool, Free gas grills. Apt. no. 21.
Call 372-0210. (B-134-2t-p)
NEW and unusual color organ light
show. For colorful music, SIO.OO
nightly. Call 378-7056.
(Bl342tp)
SUMMER SUBLEASE: One
bedroom, furnished apt. AC, pool,
gas grills 118 Williamsburg Village.
Call 376-1152, after 5.00 p.m.
(Bl32stp)
SUBLET 1 Bdrm. Apt. JuneAug.
University Gardens, furnished.
AirCond, Pool, First Months rent
and security deposit free. Call
3783534 after 10:00 p.m.
(Bl337tp)
y AVAILABLE May Ist. Convenient
garage efficency Apt. across from
campus at 321 S.W. 13th St., also
comfortable effic. for summer
school. (Bl2Bltp)
FRENCH QUARTER! Sub-lease
two bedroom. Four-man, AC,
apartment for summer quarter. Call
3786650, Evenings, or come by
Apartment 90. (Bl3sstp)

f FOR RENT
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 3722341.
(B 1 288 t
ROOM in private home for mature
male student. AC, Linen, maid
service, separate entrance. Off street
parking. 3765360. (Bl3s2tc)

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$65.00 per month for long-term
tenant. Water furnished. Phone
372-9930. (Bl3sstp)
SUBLET for summer quarter. 2
bedroom French Quarter Apt., on
pool. Call 376-63 4 4
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

FOR RENT
ONLY THE BEST. Luxurious
Landmark Apt., Sublease mid-June,
July, August with option for next
year. No parking problem 2 BR.
pool, AC, dishwasher, disposal, grills,
furnished. Also. $20.00 RENT
REDUCTION. Call now 372-8339.
(81353tp)
SUBLEASE: Landmark two
bedroom apartment available for
summer quarter. Only $175 per
month for AC, Dishwasher, pool. Call
378-7033 after 5. (B-133-st-p)
SUMMER SPECIAL: Live in a cool
quiet duplex apartment this summer
for only $75.00 per month.
Furnished, 2 bedrooms,
Air-Conditioning, Just right for two.
Call now, 372-9875. (B-133-4t-p)
SUBLEASE One bedroom.
Village park Apartment no. 23.
Available beginning summer quarter,
AC, Pool, Laundry and other extras
making for comfortable living. Call
376-0189. (Bl333tpj
SUBLEASE for summer 2
bedroom. Air Conditioned, Olympia
Apartments, $135.00 per month.
Also available for next year. Call
378-7062. (Bl3s2tp)
WANTED |
N:.
WANTED: Two riders to San Diego,
California. Leaving by car on June
10. For details call Bruce at
378-2427. (C-135-3t-p)
WANTED: FEMALE ROOMMATE
FOR SUMMER. NOT
NECESSARILY A STUDENT. CALL
378-6571. (Cl3sltp)
TWO FEMALE roommates for
summer quarter. Air-Conditioned
apartment convenient to stores and
two blocks from campus, $34.00
monthly per person. 1105 N.W. Ist
Place, Apt. 13, 378-8225.
(Cl3sstp)
4 FEMALE ROOMMATES to move
in immediately, or for summer
and/or fall quarter. University
Gardens. 376-7670. (C-135-3t-p)

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quarter. Junior or Senior preferred.
Modern, quiet apt. in Village 34, AC,
Patio, 1 block from "Westgate
shopping center, five minutes from
campus. Cali Jim 372-5086.
(Cl33stp)
WANTED two male roommates for
summer quarter. AC and swimming
pool, two bedroom apt. In Summit
House. Phone 378 8991.
(Cl333tpl
Coed 23, desires apartment for
summer (or longer) with same age
group girl (s). Call 378-1801 after 5.
(Cl333tp)
ONE ROOMMATE Village Park Apt.
no. 45, $40.00. Call 378-3527.
(Cl342tp)
NEEDED: 3 or 4 persons to sublet
kool, Air-Conditioned, poohyde. Sin
City Apt. at reduced rate for June,
July. August. Call 3783609.
(Cl34stp)
THREE female roommates wanted
for French Quarter Apt. for fall. 2
bedroom. Air Conditioned, on the
pool Call 378-7864.
(Cl343tp)
HELP WANTED f
Need part time cashier for days, also,
Waitress for nights. Must be 21,
Apply Lums Restuarant, 1621 S.W.
13th St. Phone, 376-9408.
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LISTENERS wanted: Will pay $2.00
for 1 hour session. Must be native
English speakina and have normal
hearing Please contact Pat at
3783520 between 6 and 8 p.m.
ONLY for appbintment.
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HELP WANTED: We are now
interviewing students to work part
time to pasteup the Florida
Alligator this summer. Experience
desired. Daytime Work. Hourly wage.
See Peggy Seykora, Room 339 Reitz
union after 7:00 p.m. this week.
(El33tfcn)
HIGHLY QUALIFIED SECRETARY
for Builders Office. Shorthand, good
typing and other secretarial skills
essential. Permanent job. Excellent
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

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HELP WANTED
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WRUF needs transmitter operators.
Bom Ist class and 3rd class radio
telephone license required. Call Chief
Engineer, E.A. Slimak, 372-3492.
(El34stc)
AUTOS
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'1960 Falcon, reliable transportation,
$225.00, 376-1019.
.(Gl2Blotp)
60 MGA, Must Sell good condition,
$300.00 or best offer. Call
376-0144. (Gl343tp)
'66 Pont Tempest custom 2 dr.
H.T., 3 speed, Hurst transmission,
tach, radio with front and rear
speakers, 35,000 miles wide ovals,
$2,000. 376-0522. (G-134-st-p)
CHEV 1954, Excellent mechanical
condition. Cheap transportation,
must sell. 372-9875.
(Gl33stp)
1963 CORVAIR MONZA
Convertible. White exterior red
interior, 43,000 miles, excellent
mechanical condition, very clean,
trailer hitch, $700.00. Call
376-0383. (Gl333tp)
*65 VALIANT, new tires, stick,
radio, heater, good condition,
$850.00. 378-5279 between 5:30
7 p.m. (Gl334tp)
AC BRISTOL, Classic cobra
forerunner, aluminum body, very
nice, michelin's, $1,200.00 or make
offer. Evenings. 3725532.
(Gl333tp)
HOT ROD Special. 1950 Antique
Tudor Deluxe Chevrolet Sedan, R
and H, Two hundred cash plus tag
and transfer costs. J.M. Pearce 302
Leigh Hall. (G-132-st-p)
1964 MG Miget Excellent
Condition wire wheels, 2 tops, and
complete car cover. Call Ed or Rod.
SAE House. (G-135-3t-p)

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AUTOS
VOLKSWAGEN, 1960, New tires,
radio, heater good condition,
$375.00, must sell. 376-0119 after 5
p.m. (Gl3lstp)
1966 MGB, wire wheels, heater,
Abarth Exhaust, tonneau, detachable
luggage rack, 17,000 miles,
$1700.00. Have ordered GTO. Call
Harmon, 3725456, Nights after
nine. (Gl32stp)
MUST SELL: 1963 VW, Runs real
good, slight bit of body work needed.
Going into army after graduation.
Call 372-6484. (G-134-st-p)
PERSONAL
PUNKIN, Happy 21st Birthday all
my Love Forever! DH + DH, I hope
this is the best ever. Let's have at
least 21 more. (Jl332tp)
RONNIE! Happy 24th Birthday, we
love you more each day. God bless
you and our marriage always. Dinky
and Anamaria. (Jl3sltp)
SO what do you do Anthony's? Like
you engulf yourself in a
pseu dononpseudo serenity. A
place which doesn't have a "Failure
to Communicate"! (Jl3sltp)
BUY A POSTER GET A BUTTON
FREE AT THE SCENE while
supply lasts. NEXT TO CAROLYN
PLAZA. (Jl3sltp)
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LOST: Brown Wallet belonging to
Wayne Johnson. Lost Friday night or
eariy Saturday morning. Call
3726484 if whereabouts known.
(Ll342tp)

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LOST: One long haired blonde coed;
height s'6", weight l2O lbs.
Desire replacement with approx,
same qualities. Contact Jim after 6,
376-1352, or write 1601 N.W. 61
Terrace, City. (Jl324tp)
LOST: TYPEWRITER, Oiympia,
light green and gray. Lost in Tolbert
Area, $25.00 reward. Richard, 118
Weaver Hall, 372-9328.
BLACK wallet lost May 6th.
Contained very valuable
identifications. If found, call
3788458. A big reward is offered.
(Ll3s2tp)
REWARD LOST DOG, 60 lbs.
mixedbreed boxerhound, brown,
white chest, socks. Answers to
"Spatter" Desperate 3784417.
(Ll33stp)
FOUND: Men's glasses, black frames,
black leather case, keys, black case.
(Ll333tnc)
SERVICES
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NEED your Ironing done? Tall and
tan and young and lovely. Intelligent
experienced ironer!! Reasonable
rates. Call 725-7247 after 5 p.m.
Thanks! (M-135-3t-p)
ALTERNATORS GENERATORS
STARTERS Electrical systems
tested repairs. Auto Electric Service,
603 S.E. Second Street, 378-7330.
(M-130tsc)
A GENERATOR or starter
Problem? We rebuild them all. Ca4l
J and J Auto Electric. 3788301,
1726 N.E. Waldo Road. Electrical
wstems checked free. (Ml27tfc)
PROFESSIONAL DRAFTING: All
types of charts and graphs for theses
and dissertations. Ink renditions
including Leoy lettering, GARNER
DRAFTING SERVICE, 372-8008.
(Ml3lstp)

WEEKENDOINGS
By DAVID CHAFIN
Alligator Staff Writer
MOVIES
The Notorious Landlady REITZ UNION AUDITORIUM, to tonight
night tonight only, 7 and 9:15 p.m.
Harlow REITZ UNION AUDITORIUM, Saturday only, 7 and
9:15 p.m.
Chafed Elbows and Scorpio Rising REITZ UNION AUDI AUDITORIUM,
TORIUM, AUDITORIUM, Sunday only, 7 and 9:15 p.m.
Elvira Madigan PLAZA, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 1:30,
3:30, 5:30, 7:30, and 9:30 p.m.
The Fox FLORIDA, Fri., Sat., Sun., 1:00, 3:07, 5:14, 7:28,
9:42 p.m.
P.J. CENTER, Fri., Sat., Sun., No times available.
Marat/Sade STATE, Fri., Sat., 3,5, 7, and 9 p.m.
The Stranger STATE, Sunday, 3,5, 7, and 9 p.m.
SPECIAL EVENTS
GATOR GRAS: Minstrel show, 8:30, tonight, Union Ballroom.
GATOR GRAS: Soap box derby, 10 a.m., Sat., Medical Center Hill.
COLLEGE LIFE MEETING: Chuck Neder, graduate student from
the University of Georgia, speaker; Sigma Phi Epsilon House, 9:13
p.m., Sunday.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT CONCERT: Phi Mu Alpha and Sigma Alpha
lota, sponsors; tonight, 8:15 p.m., University Auditorium.
UF FACULTY CLUB DANCE: Reitz Union ballroom, Sat. night,
captains punch served from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.; exotic finger
food from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
GATOR GRAS: Dance, the Certain Amount, Sat., 8 p.m., till
12, union terrace.
GAINESVILLE SPORTS CAR CLUB: Fourth Semi-annual Gainesville
Glen Autocross, Sun., registration begins at 9 a.m.
SPAGHETTI SUPPER: Delta Chi house, Sun., noon till 7 p.m.
HUME-BROWARD DANCE: Tonight, Union terrace, 8 p.m. till
12 p.m., band -- J.K. and the JUG.
LE PREMIER: Annual awards night, for all UF Dame groups,
J. Hillis Miller Auditorium, tonight, 8 p.m.
MODERN DANCE GROUP: Annual Spring concert, Sun., 4:15 p.m.,
P. K. Yonge Auditorium.
SPORTS
BASEBALL: UF vs. Tennessee, Knoxville, today and Sat.
TENNIS: Southeastern Conference Championships, Lexington, Ky.
today and Sat.
Exhaust Fumes
Choke Students

Deadly carbon monoxide fumes
escaped from a faulty exhaust
system and caused several stu students
dents students to gag briefly in the new
Mechanical Engineering Build Building
ing Building Thursday.
No injuried were reported.
The fumes, from a Diesel en engine
gine engine used for generation of elec electricity,
tricity, electricity, began leaking out into the
room where a helmet clogged the
exhaust system. The hardhat was
drawing off exhaust fumes from
several engines in the room.
At about 8 a.m. the engine was
turned on for a class of eight

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students. Four staff members
were also present. The hat ap apparently
parently apparently was drawn up to the top
of the building within the ex exhaust
haust exhaust system.
Davis said that no serious in injuries
juries injuries were incurred, although
everyone had begun to gag by
the time the engine was turned
off.
Dr. Robert B. Gaither, director
of mechanical engineering, sent
the hat and a letter to D. Neil
Webb, Board of Regents archi architect.
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Race Troubles
Bring Agents
To Campus
By RITA PERKINS
Alligator Correspondent
The head of the Florida
Bureau of Law Enforcement,
William A. L. Reed, claimed
Wednesday that the potentially
dangerous* racial situation in
Gainesville is the chief reason
for the presence of investigators
in and around the UF.
Paying a courtesy visit to the
Alligator, he thanked the staff
for quoting him correctly when
he apologized April 26, for one
of his agents who masqueraded
as an Associated Press reporter
at a student rally. The agent was
present at a Student Board of
Investigation teach-in where stu students
dents students were urged not to sign hous housing
ing housing contracts.
That was completely against
policy and it wont happen again,*
Reed said.
Our agents arent afraid to
identify themselves, and they are
under orders to do so when
asked, he said.
Asked what type of situations
would bring one of his 32 agents
to the campus he replied that he
didnt know.
It depends on what the situa situation
tion situation is and what we think of it
at the time. It may depend on
the context of the meeting and who
is running it, Reed said.
The very fact that one of our
agents reports the meeting is
of no interest to us may be
important in the future. It gives
us one more angle we can dis discard,
card, discard, he continued.
He refused to comment on
whether or not any of his agents
were registered on campus as
students or if they would be in
the future.
Reed praised the Gainesville
police for their handling of the
racial situation.
The thing here could have
blown up if they hadnt handled
it just right, Reed said.
Our job is to look around the
state and spot any likely trouble
before it starts, he said.
Claiming to have conferred
with the UF administration on
the abuses of drugs and their
physical effects Reed denied
that his agency had come on cam campus
pus campus at the request of the UF
administration or the Board of
Regents.
RENTS
Tape Recorders
Sound Systems
Typewriters
Slide Projecters
Bmm Projecters
Adding Machines
Rollaway Beds
Party and Banquet
Equipment
Tools Al| Types
T.V.'s
.Many Other Items

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PA6E ONE
but was based solely on the con contention
tention contention that the obscene words
were unsuitable for publica publication
tion publication in a university-sponsored
magazine.
Student and faculty speakers
at the rally also referred to
the action of the state Board of
Regents in banning a controver controversial
sial controversial film on North Vietnam from
educational television stations
and the lack of controversial
speakers invited to the campus.
Tbe speakers included Dr.
'Marshall Jones, a psychiatry
professor who was denied tenure
at the University of Florida.
Student government president
Lyman Fletcher noted the stu student
dent student council had unanimously op opposed
posed opposed the administrations action
and urged students to work with within
in within the existing framework to

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publish the Legend independent
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Spitballs And Progress

WACO, Tex. (UPI) Dr.
Robert G. Packard, a Baylor
University physics professor,
demonstrated the water-soluble
properties of a certain type of
paper once by dropping a piece
into a beaker of water and
drinking it. Packard said the
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For one thing, spitballs would
be an entirely new world. And
for another, he said, It might
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you mouth might get dry and
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ADDRESS ALL CAMPUS CALENDAR
NOTICES TO PUBLIC FUNCTIONS
OFFICE, FLORIDA UNION

Friday, May 10
Engineering Science
Seminar: Dr. Erich
Farber, "Conversion and
Utilization of Solar
Energy/' McC Aud., 4
p.m.
Union Movie: "Notorious
Landlady," Union Aud.,
7 & 9:15 p.m.
Fla. Folk Dancers:
dancing, 214 Fla. Gym,
8 p.m.
Gator Gras: Minstr.el Show,
Union Ballroom, 8:00
p.m.
gr
Saturday, May 11
Gator Gras: Soap Box
Derby, Med. Center Hill,
Tuesday Evening Suppei'
Club: golf and
swimming, Hawthorne
Country Club, noon.
Faculty Club: dinner dinnerdance,
dance, dinnerdance, Union Ballroom,
6:45 p.m.
Union Movie: "Harlow,"
Union Aud., 7 & 9:15
p.m.
Union Dance, Union
Terrace, 8 p.m.
Sunday, May 12
Newman Club: Communion
Breakfast, Catholic
Student Center Lounge,
noon. Sign list at CSC
Modern Dance: Spring
Concert, "An Afternoon
of Dance," P.K. Yonge
Aud., 4:15 p.m.
Program Office: duplicate
bridge, Union 150 C,
1:30 p.m.
Fla. Cenema Society:
"Chafed Elbows," and
"Scorpio Rising," Union
Aud., 7 & 9:15 p.m.
Monday, May 13
Fla. Players: Election of
Officers, Constans
Theatre, 6 p.m.

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Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Newly elected officers are:
Randy Briggs, president; Sandy
Pyles, vice-pres.; Jesse Van
Dyke, recorder; Drew Webb, cor correspondent;
respondent; correspondent; and Fred Johnson,
treasurer.
Laurain Cannon, DG, was
chosen Sweetheart and members
of her court are Patty Bohan Bohannon,
non, Bohannon, Tri-Delt and Lana Harris,
KAT.

Prog Gripes
Last 30 Years

By DEE DEE HORN
Alligator Staff Writer
For thirty years objective test testing
ing testing has been a part of Univer University
sity University College and for thirty years
students have been complaining
against the tests, but has any anything
thing anything ever been done to ease
the gripes?
Students say the progs (af (affectionately
fectionately (affectionately nicknamed by pro protestors)
testors) protestors) are ambiguously worded,
require a test-taking skill rather
than comprehensive knowledge,
and the questions do not deal with
the material presented in class
adequately.
Dean Franklin Doty justified
progress test by saying "they
are the most objective measure
of ability and achievement in
University College.
"As long as I am dean of
Reminders
GATOR GRAS
Friday Night, 8:00 p.m. Min Minstrel
strel Minstrel Show, Reitz Union Ball Ballroom.
room. Ballroom.
Saturday: Soap Box Derby at
Med. Center Hill; Dance, Union
at 9 p.m.
Sigma Chi
Tbe Sigma Chi street dance
will be held Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon from 2-4:30 p.m. at the
Park on Norman field near Pan Panhellenic
hellenic Panhellenic Drive.
Faculty Dance
Saturday night May 11 is
scheduled for the Faculty Dinner
Dance to be held in me Reitz
Union Ballroom from 6:30- 11:30
p.m.
Social hour 6:30 7:30 p.m.
Dinner 7:30 8:30 p.m.
Entertainment 8:30 12p.m.
HUM
Sunday afternoon the Hlllel
Foundation will have a swim
party after brunch. All members
are invited and will leave Hlllel
at 12:30 p.m. There will be voting
for vice-president from 10:30
12:30 p.m.

Alpha To Omega

Brother Bob Stark is re representing
presenting representing the SAEs in the
"Beauty and the Beast"
contest for the W.U.S.
On Sunday, the SAE Little Sis Sister
ter Sister football team, headed by field fieldgeneral
general fieldgeneral Janet "Rollout" Brook Brooker,
er, Brooker, will face the Little Sisters
of A TO. Expectations are that the
SAE Little Sisters will CRUSH
the ATO Little Sisters.

University College over one-half
of all grades must be based on a
common objective examination,"
said Doty.
Doty affirmed the complaints
of UC students that tests require
skill-taking ability but "that all
students should be able to develop
this awareness of test tricks*
by the second examination. Uni University
versity University College does not grade
on a curve. The levels are set
which reflect human distribution
and the College and there is
usually a distinct bell-shaped
curve.
"While essay tests maybe pre preferred
ferred preferred by some, the amount of
time for their grading and the
lack of uniformity in the grading
are two serious drawbacks,*
concluded Doty.
DX's Plan
Pasta Feast
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LOVERS!
Sunday from noon to 7 p.m.
a spaghetti dinner to benefit
World University Service will be
held at the Delta Chi Fraternity
house, 6 Fraternity Row. The
price for enough spaghetti to
satisfy the biggest appetite issl.
Tickets are available at the door.
Hie dinner is being held in
conjunction with the Beauty and
the Beast Contest which is run
by the University Religious As Association.
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nual annual Carnation Ball and Week Weekend
end Weekend on May *7-18. Heading the
festivities are: bonfire party,
alumni reception and formal din dinner-dance.
ner-dance. dinner-dance.
Peggy Rosenberger repre represented
sented represented the Delta Sigs in the World
University Service week. Claudia
Talley and Nancy Austin were
beauty entrants in the Gator Gras
Queen Contest, representing the
DSPhis.
Theta Sigma Phi
Theta Sigma Phi, a womans
national journalism honorary
sorority, recently inducted 12
new members and elected new
officers.
Larrie Sikorski was elected
president; Peggy Seykora, vice vicepres.;
pres.; vicepres.; Jane Stecher, treas.;
Karen Jerke, secretary; and Bon Bonnie
nie Bonnie Brown, archivist.
To become a member of the
Beta Xi chapter, a woman must
have a 2.5 overall average and
a 2.6 professional average.
Sigma Phi Epsilon
The SPE received a Second
Place Overall Trophy for the
team entry in the DU Debates.
The brothers plan another
"marvel of modern engineering
excellence" to retain their exalt exalted
ed exalted position as masters ox rattle rattletrap
trap rattletrap construction at the Soap
Box Derby on Saturday.
Delta Sigma Pi
DSPI, a professional business
frat, will send this quarters
pledge class to Sunland Train Training
ing Training Center this Saturday to play
softball and touch-football with
the children. This is part of the
class community service project.
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I, The Florida Alligator, Friday, May 10, 1968

Ml

By JAMES COOK
Alligator Columnist
Sheldon was dumb arid be sat
at the front of his first grade
class.
He sat there because he was
dumb and he didnt know that
it was more fun to sit in back.
And he sat there because he
was curious and he idolized the
teacher because she could work
magic with pencils and crayons
and because she told stories.
Sheldon was dumb and curious
and friendly.
And he tried to get involved
with the other at playtime and
once, while playing cowboys they
tried to hang him.
So Sheldon got mad and there
was a fight and Sheldon
scratched a boy's neck with his
fingernails.
The teacher made Sheldon
stand up in class and say he
was sorry because she didn't
believe that they were trying to
hang him and no one would tell.
And she told Sheldon that his
fingernails were dirty and that he
could cause infection.
Sheldon was dumb and dirty and
he smelled like manure. He
smelled like a Minnesota farm*
boy which was what he was.
Sheldon never went to church
because he was always busy and
because his parents never went
because they were always busy
too.
So the others told him that he
was going to Hell and he would
cry and say that he wasn't and

todays notes from the
lincolnstreet fish market

By STEPHEN HOROWITZ
Alligator Columnist
I'm just sitting here in the
plaza digging all the foxy chicks.
Wow, I wonder where her head's
at? Hmm, if I sit here long
enough . Man, get off your
butt, move! Too late ... I
dont dig sprinting 50 yeards ..
This is ridiculous. This campus
is one big sex freak-out. Ive got
to do something .
Excuse me, will you stop for
a minute, Id like to talk with
you.
I have a class.
Skip it.
Are you crazy, let me go!
Hey Miss, this fella givin
ya any trouble?
No, I can handle it, thanks.
Then you will skip your class.
Great. Lets sit down under that
tree in the plaza, dont you love
the plaza. Sometimes I just sit
out here for hours. Theres about
200 plaza devotees on campus;
its ours, you know, we just let
the others walk through it; thats
why we put in the concrete walks,
so they wouldnt screw-up the
grass. How about under that
tree?
OK, OK, but will you stop
coming on so spacy; are you a
speed-freak or something?
No, no, Pm just stoned on
you.
On glue? Thats the lowest!
I. ..
No, you, not glue, Pm stoned
on you. You give me the best
head Pve had In years.

when he cried be turned red.
Then he would be bright red
with pale blonde hair and the
veins in his neck would stand
_out like his father's did when
he got mad.
And Sheldon believed that he
was going to Hell because he
was dumb.
When he was home, Sheldon
would ride on his pet cow's
back and wrestle with his pet
calf and fish for bulls head in
the trough and hunt crayfish in
the mudhole.
When Sheldon was at school he
just sat there with a dumb smile
in class and at lunchtime he
sat by himself and ate sand*
wiches made out of spam and
bologna and a kind of meatloaf
that was made out of pig ears
and brains which was called hog's
head chese.
Then his father died and every everyone
one everyone was nice to him for about
a week in spite of the fact
that he was dumb and smelled
like manure.
One day, close to Christmas,
everyone in first grade was
coloring mimeographed copies
of Santa's reindeer and cutting
them out.
And Sheldon cut the head off
his reindeer.
So the teacher showed the class
and they laughed and then she
went down the hall and showed
it to the other teachers and
they laughed and their classes
laughed and Sheldon could hear
them laughing and when the
teacher came back into the room
Sheldon was standing up and cry crying
ing crying out loud.
He was yelling, "You stupid
teacher. You stupid damn

Youre embarrassing me.
Say, have you read the Alligator
today.
The Alligator. The Alli Alligator?
gator? Alligator?
The Alligator: this, the school
newspaper.
Forget it, baby, you mean you
actually read that. Havent you
ever dug their ads. Give me the
paper for a minute. Here look at
this, This ad is being read by
over 27,000 people, it could be
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i column i
yours. You want to be associated
with that group? I wont have any
part of it.
You are really sick, you mean
to tell me you dont read the paper
because of that?
There are other reasons.
Wellvr^ - 1
Well what?
Well, what are they?
I cant tell you.
Are you putting me on?
Yes.
I dont believe it, I just dont
believe it. In other words you do
read the Alligator?
Right.
Wham, whe playfully smashes
me with her Random House dic dictionary.
tionary. dictionary.

m

teacher. ." and he was kicking
her legs.
That was the last day of school
before vacation and when Sheldon
came back he asked the teacher
if he could sit in the back.
And, of course, she let him.
Dance Group
Performance
This Sunday
"When you step out onto the
stage you are no longer your yourself.
self. yourself. You become a dancer who
has something to say. Say it with
conviction and confidence."
So said Mrs. Elizabeth Lessard
to the UF modern dance group
who will present their first pro production
duction production Sunday at 4 p.m. at the
P. K. Yonge auditorium.
The modern dance program,
which is admission free, is a
presentation of various dances
created by the students in the
group.
One feature of the program will
be a dance by Miss UF, Karin
Ostlund, taken from Menotti's
opera "The Unicorn, the Gorgon,
and the Manticore."
In the dance, created by Miss
Ostlund, dancers will portray
various animals.
Another dance is entitled
"Complacency and Conver Convergence"
gence" Convergence" where the dancing is done
on tables, and a dance on college
has a student draftee, a hippie,
a mod, and a professor "com "communicating"
municating" "communicating" to the sounds of
electronic music.

Now will you stop horsing
around and be serious?
All right, gasp, choke, but
violence, violence?
Im sorry, its just that this
paper really ticks me off some sometimes.
times. sometimes.
Dont let it hassle you.
It does hassle me. Now will
you shut-up and listen?
Dig yourself.
Look at his article, Women
Power.' Its such a bunch of
bull. The attitudes on this campus
towards women is Victorian. Did
you hear Enwall at the Jones
hearing refer to the Pill as an
anti-pregnancy pill? What age
is the Administration living in?
By the end of my freshman year,
not one girl on my floor was a
virgin. Why, the term is obso obsolete.
lete. obsolete. Why doesn't the adminis administration
tration administration get realistic? Ill bet there
arent more than about two people
on this entire campus who dont
know at least one girl who has
had an abortion. Do you have any
idea what an abortions like?
Well, it hurts, it hurts more
than you could ever imagine.
Youd be surprised how igno ignorant
rant ignorant most girls are about birth
control. Where can a girl go to
learn about these things?
And student government,
thats really a goof. Do you know
they have $350,000 of my money.
Why dont they sponsor some
day nurseries so that girls can
get away from their kids. Do
you think its fun being around
3 and 4 year-olds all day?

'Mary Jane/ Etc.
By 808 BOYD
Alligator Feature Writer
LSD and marijuana may not be habit-forming, but movies are.
And when you can't get Acapulco Gold, you'll settle for dried crab
grass.
I'm hooked on flicks: I wear a little tag around my neck that says
so, and a card in my wallet giving instructions on how to administer
an Old Ronald Reagan movie if I ever go into shock.
"Say, M&bl, ain't that the president of the Cinema Society in
the next car? How come he's here at the Suburbia drive-in watching
those threw godawful films?"
Well, you and I know, don't we? Ray Charles rationalized the Rae Raeletts
letts Raeletts presence on his tour ("just to make it legal, I put 'em to work"),
and I found some consolation sitting there that I was going to review
these movies about some of Man's other habits.
"Mary Jane," the main feature, turned out to be a bit of a sur surprise.
prise. surprise. Quite well photographed in Pathe Color (is that French for
pathetic?), this film has little to do with the ads used to publicize it
on radio and in the newspapers ("see lives wasted as teen-agers
take a trip into a living hell).
It did show that marijuana should be kept out of the hands of im immature
mature immature teens, that the use of it led to association with all kinds
of bad criminal types, and that people will often steal to pay the high
price of the weed: three most articulate arguments, as I see it,
for legalization.
understanding hlghschool teacher is played by (ready?) Fabian
somewhat grown up, with an acting style hardly more irritating
than Rock Hudson's.
On the same program are two much worse films, "Sadisimo"
and "The Weird World of LSD." One is shown before and one after
"Mary Jane," forming a sort of giant pot sandwich.
"Sadisimo," a third string "Mondo Cane," purports to show how
right the Marquis De Sade was through glimpses of S.M. practices
in the world today such ldcky things as heart transplant ("what
an exciting thing is a scalpel!"), and body painting ("does the artist
perhaps secretly wish he were permanently scarring the flesh?").
The major part of the footage seems to have been a Japanese
documentary on the desirability of stoicism, but this yanki version
obscures all that stuff as well as the real philosophy of De Sade,
one of my particular heros (as you may remember).
Then there's "The Weird World of LSD," which I have on very
good authority was made by a group of students at the University of
South Florida. Its premise is all the cool things you see and do when
on a trip (girls take off their clothes, fat men imagine they are at
a banquet, etc).
At the end of each sequence, the narrator, a voice like Donald
Duck slowed down to 33 1/3, warns that LSD is bad because these
illusions of delight are not real and do not last. Eh?
One is tempted to think that our brothers to the South are putting
the Establishment on without them ever knowing it. And to think that
the Regents wanted us to stop even talking about it!
'Scorpio Rising
Is Here Sunday

Two films which are consis consistently
tently consistently referred to as the best
of the Underground*' will be
hown at the Union thJr Sunday
at 7 and 9:15.
Scorpio Rising by Kenneth
Anger is a savage and lyric
look at a motorcycle gang, draw drawing
ing drawing a parallel between their
leather suited leader and Christ.
Color footage of the group at
their bizzare rituals is intercut
with a Sunday School film, and
the comparison Is at least chil chilling.
ling. chilling.
Chafed Elbows** by Robert
Downey Is the comedy classic
of the Underground movement;
It is a film about a boy who
marries his mother. Along the
wav the film takes a dig at prac practically
tically practically every institution in the
country from motherhood to
Ralph Ginsberg.
Much of the content of the
films would have been impossible
to show a few years ago. Tbe
homosexuality In the motorcycle
gang is quite evident, and incest
has seldom been considered
comic material. But thats what
the Underground is about, at least
partly, and at the rate Hollywood
is catching up these two films

may seem old hat m a year or
two.
The Cinema Society has also
announced that Andy Warhols
most popular film, Chelsea
Girls,* will begin a week run
Monday In the Med. Center
Auditorium.
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TV REVIEW
'And Now...
By 808 BOYD
Alligator Feature Writer
Old-time entertainers are fond of saylhg that theres no place
anymore to be bad by which they mean no place for a performer to
test his wings, to learn audiences and techniques, to fail on his face
without ruining his career.
The crowds at the old local vaudeville houses were not terribly
discriminating because they had never seen the greats. These
days are gone, goes the song, because today every yokel in the country
has a front row seat for the Biggest Show on Earth; he can imitate
the mannerisms of Dean Martin or Ed Sullivan, he knows all about
split screen and slow fades, he has seen production numbers by every everyone
one everyone from June Taylor to the Bolshoi Ballet. Why, theres a professional
troupe in his town every night; why should he bother with amateurs?
Well, the best reason for bothering with amateurs, and the best
argument for a place to be bad, was put forth Monday night by
And Now Our Yesterdays on E.T.V. Sure, as they used to say,
It aint the Palace. Yet there was an excitement of creation about
this valiant and ambitious effort to produce a half hour or so of real
entertainment, and some satisfying proof that Gainesville contains
a double handful of really promising talent.
A good share of this talent evidently belongs to Channel ss Kyle
Sterling, who wrote, produced and directed this memory montage.
His cast, drawn from the Little Theatre, Florida Players, and E.T.V.
personnel, recreated a series of vignettes which reflected the spirit
of other eras: the turn of the century melodrama, the first silent
films, the early automobiles, prohibition, World Wars I and n, the
jitterbugging fifties and the psychedelic sixties. The scenes were
interspersed with headlines, photos and film clips, with a wistful
narration by Gene Ruyle.
There were many entertaining moments, notably Marie Linzmayers
belting, music hall rendition of Bill Bailey, the Charleston done by
Chad Reed and Eleanor Broome, and Eleanors Doodle-Doodle-
Do-Do sketch. A couple of moments were unusually effective:
Don Grooms evoking the plight of the 30s migrant worker and the
ethereal voices from the radios past.
The most impressive sequence was the contrast of an old Chaplin
comedy with the latest in modern motion picture art (today's audiences
demand more). The hollow absurdity of the Blow-Up parody with
John Runde was not only delightful but made its point quite effectively.
More of this premise would have enlivened the whole program.
Other noteworthies in the totally energetic cast include Browne
Walbeck, Matt Faison, Tom Godey, Joni Messier, Biff and David
Sterling, Sylva Stafford, Craig Hartley, The Wellswood Players and
Don Meade as Mark Twain (but why so somber a passage from the
greatest humorist of the age?).
John Thornes photography was masterful. Editing a program on
video tape is a tricky business, but the succession of images was
in general amazingly impressive. Credit goes to Clark Stanley,
Channel 5 engineer, for that feat.
Amateurs? Os course. I doubt that C.B.S. will purchase Yester Yesterdays
days Yesterdays for syndication. Yet it is only when an art form has ex experimenters
perimenters experimenters that it can grow, and this experiment was largely a
success in its scope. Perhaps a few more Kyle Sterlings can erase
the dry-professor-behlnd-desk image of E.T.V., and help to make it
in part a place to be bad to try and err, to learn and retry and
succeed in making television the medium of its potential. Congratu Congratulations
lations Congratulations are due the group for attempting this at all, and a standing
ovation is due for doing it so imaginatively and well.
Love Thy Kids
And Handbook

By PATRICIA McCORMACK
United Press International
A funny thing happened to
Louise Rohner the year after she
put together a handbook for di divorced
vorced divorced women. She got married
again.
And tnats saying something
when you consider she comes
complete with four children,
ranging in age from 10 to 15.
Her new husband, Jack Wells,
says he would have screamed if
anyone ever mentioned to him the
thought of marrying a woman
with four children before he
* et Mrs. Rohner, held hands and
lost his heart.
But she was the right one
for me," he said, And it really
wouldn't have mattered if she
had 44 children."
The Los Angeles, Calif.,
housewife wrote TTie Divorcee's
Handbook" (Doubleday), a year
So and it is being reissued by
lantam Books.
A teen-age bride the first time
l round, she expected the second
carriage to last mainly because
Jhe's older now 36.

"Most people, especially
younger ones, spend little time
courting and truly getting to know
each other, as was the case in
my previous marriage," she said
in an interview.
"Jack and I courted one year
before we got married. We really
know one another."
She met Wells when he inter interviewed
viewed interviewed her about her book. He is
a West Coast radio television
personality. He was separated for
four years and divorced for one.
Stockholders
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whelming overwhelming "hands up" vote ofap ofapproval
proval ofapproval Wednesday for the firm's
continued production of napalm
for the war in Vietnam.
Hie vote of confidence came
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sieged besieged by an estimated 800
napalm protestors who con converged
verged converged on Midland, Mich., from
five Midwest states.

Love, Triangles, Slop:
r The Imaginary Invalid

By TIM DENES HA
Alligator Staff Writer
The Imaginary Invalid
strikes again, making the Con Constans
stans Constans Theatre a second campus
Infirmary.
The one-time clean planes of
the theatre stage have been
scattered with syrups, salts.

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snuffs and solutions, while
sniffles, snorts, sneezes and
wheezes (rhyme courtesy of Buf Bufferln
ferln Bufferln commercial #6l-43) echo
throughout the once germless
halls of the theatre.
And all this is thanks to Argan,
the imaginary invalid, that
happy hypochondriac who makes
an E 'cedrln headache seem a

Friday, May 10, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

mere tickle in the braincan. But
for all his imagined ailments,
Argan Is more a victim of his
physicians than of his delusions.
Written by Mollere in his old
age, the play has often been
viewed as Its author's self selfportrait
portrait selfportrait or even self-parody; in
fact, the noble faculties of
medicine are more often lanced
by Molieres barbs than is Ar Argan.
gan. Argan.
Chief persecutors include a
quartet of medical men, led by
the awesome fearsome shud shuddersome
dersome shuddersome pillsome Purgon,
Physician Extraordinaire, and
his Arch-Apothecary, the fluttery
M. Fleurant.
Double Triangle
But Argans pains are not all
eased by his enemas. Just for
starters, there's his daughter
Angelique (that's Debby Kon Kondelik),
delik), Kondelik), one corner of a love
triangle which includes the true trueblue
blue trueblue angle of Cleante the Noble Noblehearted
hearted Noblehearted (Bob Stallworth's role)
and the somewhat obtuse curve
of Thomas Dlafoirus (John
Rundes cross).
And then there's Argan's
young, lovely, mercenary wife
(played by Carol Perley) who
is operating a triangle of her own
with the sinister, sly-eyed shy shyster,
ster, shyster, M. de Bonnefoi (Dan
Jesse). Os course, you cant for forget
get forget (try as you might) Argans
younger daughter, the rabid Loui Louison
son Louison (played by Susan Diner, with without
out without shots) who is in cahoots with
her older sister's love affair.
Finally, there's Argan's free freeswinging
swinging freeswinging brother Beralde (Bill
Perley), and, most important of
all, his ever-fresh, ever everblooming,
blooming, everblooming, ever-pranking maid,
Tbinette (Joan Mueller). Said
maid plots with Brother Beralde
to once-and-for-all purge
Brother Argan of all his mal maladies,
adies, maladies, marital, imaginary and
otherwise.
Game Style
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Mollere had a close associa association
tion association with an Italian com media
ensemble that was noted for the
exhilarating vitality of its im improvised
provised improvised performances, and it is
around this style that the Florida
Players are orienting their pro production.
duction. production.
The com media approach makes
for a game-like atmosphere
wherein rapid-fire, sight sightgaggery
gaggery sightgaggery is prevalent, and
demands that the actors play not
at the audience, but to it, for it
and even with it.
In recognition of the high spirit
of the production, the technical
crews (Duane Ford and Co.) have
gone all out by tilting the nor normally
mally normally level stage surface into
a deep angle which spills into
the audience; optical illusions
make the set seem Impossible
to walk on but, in fact, it allows
great new possibilities for dy dynamic
namic dynamic movement.
An original musical score has
been written for The Imaginary
Invalid" by (believe it or not)
Thomas Van Figgenshu of Onan Onandaga
daga Onandaga Community College (this
is for real). His work is being
augmented by everything from
snare drums and Chinese gongs
to Baroque fanfares and Keystone
Kop chase music.
"The Imaginary Invalid" will
be romping and shouting (and
coughing and wheezing) across
the Constans stage May 20-25.

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> The Florida Alligator, Friday, May 10, 1968

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By ROY MAYS
Alligator Staff Writer
Hiis weeks block buster at
the J. Wayne Reitz Unions
Passion Pit Is Harlow
Drought to campus at a minimumi
of expense by the Union Film
Committee (who still havent
played their cards good enough to
rate a screen).
Harlow Is the story of
America's sweetheart of the 30*s
Jean Harlow, affectionately
called the blonde bombshell (so
now you know where that expres expression
sion expression came from).
Carroll Baker plays the lead In
what is called a multi-million
dollar production (so what isn't
nowadays).
Her role i$ of Jean Harlow,
swept to stardom in a maelstrom
of great national turbulence
(sounds very bookish, doesnt it).
The 30s were called the reck reckless
less reckless years, with the desperate
depression being drowned in the
wave of the repeal of Prohibition.
It was an era of tinseled fantasy
well suited to the nature of Jean
Harlow.
Harlows name was
synonymous as a sex symbol just
as it later belonged to Marilyn
Monroe and now Carroll Baker.
Angela Lansbury, of Broad Broadway's
way's Broadway's Mame, plays the mother
of Harlow (sort of makes this a
family show, doesnt it).
Also starring in Harlow is

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Trooper Tom Barry went to investigate. When he neared the area
where the man had been spotted, the trooper saw Supernude jump
a fence by the shoulder of the highway, climb on a waiting horse
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Sheriff's deputies with bloodhounds tracked Supernude for about
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Peter Lawford as an eminent film
executive who has great influence
on Jean Harlows career (if you
saw it on television you know that
he gets his in the end) and Red
Buttons as the Hollywood agent
who started it all.
Harlow in her time had as great
an influence on people as any
modern personality, ranging
from her hair style to juicy
gossip column material.
It isnt the happiest film around
but is an Interesting comment on
hdw quickly a person can rise and
then be forgotten.
Tonights film by the Reitz
group will be The Notorious
Landlady.
The Notorious Landlady is
a comedy about a young Ameri American
can American career diplomat stationed in
London, who rents an apartment
in the fashionable private home
owned by a beautiful young
woman. He learns his lovely
landlady is suspected by Scot Scotland
land Scotland Yard of having killed her
husband, but he falls in love
with her anyway. (Yipee.)
Anyway there are some other
people in this movie (arent there
always) such as Jack Lemmon
who plays the Diplomat and Fred
Astaire who, believe it or not,
doesnt dance. (That should be
worth the 40 cents right there.)
Astaire plays another high highranking
ranking highranking American diplomat who
fears a major international in incident
cident incident over the suspected hus-

band-killer. (Is this the type
of diplomats we have in Paris,
heaven forbid.)
In case you missed it ear earlier,
lier, earlier, mainly because it wasnt
there, Kim Novak plays the
Landlady.
Both these exciting movies
(can you stand it) will be at
7 and 9:15. The Notorious
Landlady tonight and Har Harlow
low Harlow Saturday night.
(By the way, why is the union
theatre the only theatre in
town where you cant get any anything
thing anything to eat? If you can eat in
the Alligator office you should
be able to eat anywhere.)
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Gators Can Cop Baseball Title Today...lf

By PAUL KAPLAN
Alligator Sports Editor
The UF baseball team shoots
lor their fourth SEC champion championship
ship championship today, when they take on
Tennessee in the first of a two twogame
game twogame series in Knoxville, Tenn.
The Gators, who last won the
league title in 1962, need win
only one of the three games to
bring the title back to Gainesville.
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will be betting against them.
Florida has won their last nine
games, the two most recent being
consecutive 3-2 victories over
the nations No. 1 team, FSU.
Their SEC record to date is
11-3; Tennessee sports an 8-3
mark.
Most recently, Florida has
found a strong point in their
pitching staff, who were not im impressing
pressing impressing anyone at the start of
the season. Glenn Pickren, Steve
Arthur and Jim Courier have

beeh the teams steadiest per performers
formers performers of late.
Pickren or Arthur will prob probably
ably probably start todays game. Pickren
leads the SEC with his 8-2 mark,
and Arthur is 4-0. Courier can
be expected to be used as a
relief pitcher, as there is no one
to save after these two games.
Richard Trapp and Mike Ovca
have been Floridas mainstays
at the plate in the past two weeks.
Ovca, the Gator catcher, was
instrumental in either the tying
or winning rallies against both
Georgia and FSU. Trapp is by
far the steadiest player on the
squad. Hes fast, good in the
field and a real clutch hitter.
Leon Bloodworth and Terry
Stroemer, both of whom started
the season off slowly, have begun
to come around at the plate.
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prizes will be awarded to the
winners of the race. Drivers
fee for entrants will be $4.00.
Presenting the awards will be
Anne Vitunac, Miss Gainesville
Glen for the event.
Registration for the race will
be held from 9 a.m. to 11:45.
There will be a drivers meeting
at noon, and the first car will
roil out at 1 p.m.
Sets Precedent
AMARILLO, Tex. (UPI)
Mary Ro~ebrook, a member of
the 1967-68 George West, Tex.,
High School girls basketball
team, has been named the out outstanding
standing outstanding high school basketball
player in Texasfirst time a
airl has won the award.

Stroemer almost single singlehandedly
handedly singlehandedly destroyed Kentucky in
the teams three-game series
last week. Bloodworth has been
getting big hits when they are
needed.
Tennessees last SEC loss was
at the hands of Auburn two weeks
ago; they also are riding a win winning
ning winning streak into the weekend
encounter, and like the Gators,
will spare none of their top talent.
Florida can expect to see the
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immett and Kike Duvall.
Hammett, a senior righthander
with a 5-1 record this season,
will probably go in the first game
today. Duvall can be expected
to pitch Saturdays game. Duvall
is a junior righthander wltha4-0
record.
In any case, Florida can end
it all today; all the ninth inning
rallies and one-run victories
mean nothing any more.
Tennessee must win alt three
contests to claim the title.

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Page 18

Miller In For Pro Career,
Named To Milwaukee

by NEAL SANDERS
Assistant Sports Editor
Dave Miller, UFs 67-68 team
captain, has been drafted by the
NBA for the leagues new ex expansion
pansion expansion club.
Notice of his selection was
made public Wednesday afternoon
after the meeting of the selec selection
tion selection officials. Miller was the
12th round draft choice of the
new Milwaukee team.
As of yet, Ive heard nothing
from the league, said Miller.
From what I understand, though,
I shouldnt expect anything for a
' while.
Miller was pleased at his se selection
lection selection by the league, but added,
Its going to be a long road
from here.
Miller played four years as
guard for the Gators, and during
his final season, was team cap captain.
tain. captain.
Coach Tommy Bartlett stated
that he was not surprised by
Millers selection.

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By United Press International

American League
Night games W L Pet. GB
Baltimore 16 7 .696 ...
Detroit 15 9 .625 1 1/2
Minnesota 13 11 .542 3 1/2
Cleveland 12 12 .500 4 1/2
Oakland 12 12 .500 4 1/2
Washington 11 12 .478 5
Boston 10 12 .455 5 1/2
California 11 14 .440 6
New York 11 15 .423 6 1/2
Chicago 7 14 .333 8
Wednesdays Results
New York 2 Cleveland 1
Minnesota at Oakland, night
Chicago at California, night
Boston at Washington, night
Detroit at Baltimore, night
Fridays Games
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Minn, at Cal., twi-night
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San Fran. 12 12 .500 3 1/2
Philadelphia 12 12 .500 3 1/2
Los Angeles 12 13 .480 4
Atlanta 12 13 .480 4
Chicago 12 13 .480 4
Pittsburgh 11 12 .478 4
Houston 11 13 .458 4 1/2
New York 10 13 .435 5
Wednesdays Results
Chicago 7 Los Angeles 6
Pittsburgh at Atlanta, night
San Francisco at Houston, night
Philadelphia at Cincinnati, night
New York at St. Louis, night

that he will also be drafted by
the ABA, but well know about
that when that league meets of officially.
ficially. officially.
The ABA has announced a pre preliminary
liminary preliminary list of draft choices,
but will meet in official session
within the next few weeks.
The only other Florida players
selected in the NBAs first round
were Miamis Rusty Parker and
Bill Soens. Parker was the At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta Hawks third round choice,
and Parker, Philadelphias 11th.
First round selections included
Houstons Don Chaney, for
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Netters Tied For SEC Title

By NEAL SANDERS
Assistant Sports Editor
UF took the first day of the
SEC by storm, defeating all com competition,
petition, competition, and could well be en enroute
route enroute to their third SEC crown.
The Gators are all undefeated
at the Kentucky championships,
and are tied for first place with
Tennessee. Each team has 12
points. At third place is Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, with 11, and at fourth, Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi State with 10.
In the first singles competition,
Armi Neely defeated Tom Wade
of Kentucky 6-1, 9-7. Number
two singles saw Jamie Pres Pressley
sley Pressley down Steve Blumberg of
Alabama 6-1, 6-2. In third sin singles,
gles, singles, Steve Beeland beat Auburns
Norm Waldrop 6-0, 6-1, the Ga Gator
tor Gator best win of the day. Number
four singles saw Greg Hllley
top Eph Walker of Vandy 9-7,
6-4. Paul Lunetta downed Au Auburns
burns Auburns Craig Ladbetter 6-1, 6-2,
and in number six singles, Will
Sherwood bombed Bill Hudson of
LSU 6-1, 6-F.
Last season, Neely won the
number one singles division while
teammate Pressly captured the
number two singles title. The
Gators, who were marred by in injuries,
juries, injuries, finished a disappointing
third in the championships.
Coach Bill Potters squad en entered
tered entered this years title match with
an outstanding 23-1 record. Their
'only loss came at the hands of
Miami, but even then, only after
the Gators had snapped a lengthy
winning streak belonging to the
Hurricanes a few weeks before.
The Gator netters have defeat defeated
ed defeated Conference rivals Kentucky,
Alabama, Georgia, LSU, and Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee in matches this spring.
Mississippi State fell to the Ga Gators,
tors, Gators, but it was the hardest
conference competition UF faced.
Mississippi State is the defending
Conference champion.
Neely and Pressly were not
only the top Gators in todays
play, but have held the most
outstanding records of all the
netters throught the year. Neely
has a dual match record of 43-1,
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over the past two seasons, and
has lost no matches this year.
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Miamis Jaime Filled.
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it will be the third time since
the SEC was formed in 1936. The
last time the Gators took a con conference
ference conference title in tennis was in
1961. UF was the runner-up in
1953 and 1955.

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Friday, May 10, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

White Sox Brass
Deny Move Rumor

Chicago White Sox brass said
Thursday there is no truth to
a published report the team has
asked and received permission
to move to Milwaukee.
General manager Ed Short,
who was with the White Sox
in Oakland, said the move
story in Thursdays Los Angeles
Times was based on an un unfounded
founded unfounded rumor.
Quoting a reliable source,
the newspaper said approval of
a Chicago to Milwaukee switch
was granted at an April 25 meet meeting
ing meeting of American League club
owners and other executives.
It wasnt even talked about
at the meeting, Short said.

Howard Walker, an aide to
White Sox owner Arthur Allyn,
said he hasn't heard a word
about any such move."
Allyn, who flew to San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Thursday, was not | Imme Immediately
diately Immediately reachable for comment.
Milwaukee baseball people de declined
clined declined to comment on the Los
Angeles despatch. They are sit sitting
ting sitting tight until the National
League announces its expansion
plans.

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PLAYER OF THE WEEK
GLEN PICKREN
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University of Floridas pitching ace Glen
Pickren is this weeks Alligator player of
the week,
Pickren, a sophomore from St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, is the leading pitcher in the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference, Last week, the 6-0,
160-pounder defeated the University of
Kentucky and his four perfect innings helped
the Gators defeat Florida State in 13
innings 3-2,
Pickren, who mixes a blazing fastball
with a sharpe curve, is currently leading
the SEC with an 8-2 record. In 70 2/3
innings pitched the righthander has allowed
only 52 hits and 12 earned runs. He has
only walked nine batters in 13 games pitched
and has fanned 66 opponents.
Pickres effective 1.53 era has helped the
Gators to a 22-8 record and a 12-2 in
conference play. Florida is currently lead leading
ing leading the Eastern Division of the SEC and
needs only one victory in the three game
series with Tennessee this weekend to clinch
the title.
Other Gator Spring Sports Athletes re receiving
ceiving receiving votes were: Armi Neely, for his
victory over Miamis Jaime Fillol in tennis,
Steve Arthur and Wayne Rogers for their
effective pitching against FSU in base baseball
ball baseball and Barry Handberg, for his 100-yard
dash victory against the Seminoles last
weekend.

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