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Dow Verdict Significant Victory

By EVAN LANGBEIN
Alligator Staff Writer
The decision by the Student
Conduct Committee to dismiss
charges against five students who
protested job interviews con conducted
ducted conducted by the Dow Chemical Co.
Is a significant victory for stu student
dent student rights.
The Dow hearing was the first
really crucial test of the new
student code of conduct which
was written in the wake of the
Pam me Brewer case.
Miss Brewer was the coed

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Vol. 60, No. 137

Coed Halls Ponder
Rule Enforcement

By SYDNEY FRASCA
Alligator Staff Writer
UF dormitory honor councils
will consider this week whether
to follow the lead of Hume Hall
Honor Council in refusing to
enforce dorm regulations.
In a resolution passed Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, the Hume Hall council said
It would take no further action
against women brought before
them and asked administration
officials to remove themselves
from the Association of Women
Students (AWS).
Rawlings Hall, Graham Area,
Broward Hall and Jennings were
contacted Monday. All the honor
council representatives said
meetings were scheduled this
week and that the action taken by
the Hume council members would
be discussed then.
Johnnie Fernandez, 2UC,
chairman of Rawlings Hall Honor
Council, said she felt certain the
question "would come up at
their meeting Monday, and said
she didnt personally agree with
what the Hume members are
doing.
"Dean (Loyce) Katz doesnt
try to hamper any of the things
the girls try to do at meetings,
and Dean Betty Cosby must be
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:£ ting up the student body pres- &
jx idents cabinet and approval of £
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who posed nude for an off-cam off-campus
pus off-campus magazine. In that case it
was contested that the Admin Administration
istration Administration had no right to disci discipline
pline discipline student behavior which oc occurred
curred occurred off-campus unless the
students behavior was threaten threatening
ing threatening "the health safety or aca academic
demic academic reputation of the uni university.
versity. university.
It was determined that the
existing student code was vague.
For this reason a new code
was written. The new code was
drawn up by a student committee
and submitted for the approval of

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Florida Alligator

one of the most liberal Deans
of Women in the South, she
said.
Miss Fernandez pointed out
that she was not speaking for the
entire Honor Council because
they had not had an opportunity
to meet as a group since the act action
ion action was taken by Hume.
A member of the Graham Area
Honor Council, who did not wish
to be identified, expressed a dif different
ferent different opinion of administrative
control.
"I guess I sort of agree with
what they (Hume) are trying to
do, I certainly go along with
their point of view.

FSU Again Refuses
To Allow Publication

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI)
Florida State University Presi President
dent President John Champion refused "in
good conscience Monday for
the second time to allow publi publication
cation publication of language he considers
"filthy in the campus literary
magazine.
Students, who began a 24-hour
sit-in demonstration on the lawn
in front of the administration
building when Dr. Champion first
rejected the article, said they
will continue their "peaceful
vigil.
About 100 to 150 students are
participating in the demonstra demonstration.
tion. demonstration.
"After prolonged study and
deliberation, Dr. Champion
said, "I am unable to approve in
the name of and under the seal
of the Florida State University,
a story which in my opinion
contains offensive and filthy lang language,
uage, language,
He made the decision without
waiting for a recommendation
from a faculty com mittee to which
he had referred the matter on
Sunday.
State Comptroller Fred O.
Dickinson, Jr., applauded Cham Champions
pions Champions decision. "Dr. Champion
has exercised this authority and
wisely so, Dickinson said. "He

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University of Florida, Gainesville

the Faculty Senate. It was sub subsequently
sequently subsequently approved.
The new code created the SCC
to be composed of six faculty
members and five students; all
members were picked by the ad administration.
ministration. administration. The code said the
administration whould not con concern
cern concern Itself with off-campus acts
unless they threatened "the
health, safety or academic repu reputation
tation reputation of the university.

"Girls are sick, sick, sick of
the organization in the school
Decause, in some cases, it is
even more strict than it is in
the girls homes, she said.
Asked whether she felt action
similar to Humes would be
taken by the Graham Area Honor
council the girl replied, "Ab "Absolutely
solutely "Absolutely not.
She indicated that she was the
only person in the Graham Area
council who agreed with the Hume
resolution.
Kathy Farber, 2UC, another
member of the Graham Area
(SEE COEDS PAGE 2)

is correct. I am proud of him.
Dickinson said the four-letter
words used in the story would not
be outlawed under the Supreme
Courts obscenity guidelines, but
said university publications must
be measured by a different stand standard.
ard. standard.

Stokely Apparently Wont
Visit Gainesville Soon

It appears that Black Power
Leader Stokely Carmichael is not
coming to Gainesville anytime
s on.
"I dont know whether his visit
has been cancelled, postponed or
what, Miss Jean Hughes, per personal
sonal personal secretary to Carmichael,
told the Alligator Monday in a
telephone Interview from
Washington.
Miss Hughes said she didnt
know why Carmichael decided not
to come, only that "he had some
funeral committments over the
weekend.
Earlier Monday morning an un unidentified
identified unidentified source from the Stu Student
dent Student Non-violent Coordinating
Committee (SNCC) told the Alli-

Hie university would have a
free hand to discipline student
conduct which occurs on the cam campus
pus campus with one very important
"if. The code said, "University
authority WILL NOT (emphasis
ours) merely duplicate the civil
authority.
This did not mean that the uni university
versity university absolutely could not dis discipline
cipline discipline a student who had been
tried and convicted by civil au authority.
thority. authority.
Rather, it said the university
could discipline students who had
committed a serious crime (i.e.

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gator he thought Carmichael had
changed his mind because he
thought the governor would stop
him."
Patricia Davis, chairman of the
Committee for the Protection of
the Black Community said the
visit was cancelled due to cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances beyond our control."
Miss Davis said neither Gov.
Claude Kirks visit nor Attorney
General Earl Faircloths state statement
ment statement had anything to do with Car Carmichaels
michaels Carmichaels decision not to come.
Miss Davis said, Car Carmichael
michael Carmichael will definitely becoming
to Gainesville in the near future."
Kirk, touring Gainesvilles
ghettoes urged black people to

murder or rape) or students
whose behavior was proven to
be overtly prejudicial 1 to the
interests of the academic com community
munity community irrespective of any course
which has been or may be taken
by civil authorities.
In the Dow case, the five stu students
dents students involved, Tom Sharpless,
Ed Freeman, Michael Kurman,
Marian FI urn and Marsha Davis,
already had been tried and con convicted
victed convicted in the municipal court
downtown for trespassing. The
(SEE DOW* PAGE 2)

Inside
The hlegro Spirit
In Indiana's Vote
See Story Page 3

Tuesday, May 14, 1968

listen to Carmichael and be po polite
lite polite but abide by the law.
Falrcloth had issued a state statement
ment statement money warning black
militants that the laws will be
enforced" if Carmichael comes.
Carmichael was scheduled to
appear in Gainesville to raise
bail bond money for three jailed
civil rights workers. The three:
Jack" Dawkins, with
arson; and Joe Waller and Levi
Wilcox, both charged with in inciting
citing inciting to riot, are in jail under
ball totaling over $17,000.
SNCC headquarters said last
week that Carmichael would be
in Gainesville over the weekend
but never specified what day.



I, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, May 14, 1968

Page 2,

Bulletin News
Stato, National, International News
Peace Talks Open In Paris
- j.&'
PARIS (UPI) TTie United States and North Vietnam Monday opened
formal talks on the Vietnam War with Hanoi claiming the Americans
have already been defeated and Washington proposing first steps to
scale down the fighting.
In a three-hour session, North Vietnamese negotiator Xuan Thuy
reiterated previous demands for an immediate and unconditional
end to all bombing and other attacks against the North. He accused
the United States of monstrous crimes."
W. Averell Harriman, heading the U.S. delegation, proposed re restoration
storation restoration of the Demilitarized Zone buffer strip between the two
Vietnams and a pulling apart" of American and North Vietnamese
forces as first steps toward de-escalating the war.
Student Clashes Averted
PARIS (UPI) Thousands of French plice Monday night cordoned
off bridges over the River Seine and averted threat of clashes be between
tween between roving bands of leftist and rightist students in the heart of
Paris.
Truckloads of police condverged on the area when the rival stu student
dent student forces headed on a collision course following a massive protest
march against the Gaullist regime and a nationwide general strike.
An estimated 250,00 French students, and workers on a 24-hour
strike, chanted their way through Paris earlier in the day in a
peaceful but impressive protest against President Charles de Gaulles
government. No major violence was reported during the hugh demon demonstration.
stration. demonstration.
Killer No 'Hireling- Clark
WASHINGTON (UPI) The government, pressing one of the
biggest manhunts in history, has rejected the theory that Dr. Mar Martin
tin Martin Luther Kings assassin was a hireling of conspirators.
Atty. Gen. Ramsey Clark, who heads the government forces look looking
ing looking for Kings killer, also says he believes the prime suspect in
the slaying-escaped convict James Earl Ray-is still alive and will
be captured.
Coeds To Decide
On Hume Decision

BOW PA6E OH
Honor Council said there would
be a meeting Wednesday and
that she didnt want to comment
until all the members had dis discussed
cussed discussed Humes resolution.
Andrea Tomko, 3AS, a member
of the Jennings Honor Council,
said the council would meet and
discuss the action of Humes
council members and said she
thinks some of the members
agree with the resolution, at
least in part.

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I dont think the problem is
getting the administration out of
the AWS altogether, she said,
But simply to get them away
from the meetings because they
tend to run them."
Diana Shek, 2UC, chairman of
the Broward Hall Honor Council
said they also would meet Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and plan to discuss the action.
Administration officials men mentioned
tioned mentioned in the Hume resolution,
the Dean of Women and her
assistants, the Vice-President of
Student Affairs and the Pres President,"
ident," President," could not be reached for
com ment.

Dow Verdict Is Victory

FROM M6t out
university was the prosecuting
party in the civil case. The
five students were fined and spent
a few days in jail.
All this did not necessarily
preclude the Administration from
bringing disciplinary charges
against the Dow protestors. In Indeed,
deed, Indeed, if the students behavior
was a serious crime or was
overtly prejudicial" to the in interests
terests interests of the university, the
Administration had the obliga obligation
tion obligation to discipline these students.
But, in the charges which the
Administration brought, no such
contention was made. The stu students
dents students simply were charged with
refusing to obey a university of official.
ficial. official.
In the municipal court action,
Tom Sharpless had been con convicted
victed convicted of assault and battery,
and Ed Freeman for disorderly
conduct. The other three students
were convicted for trespassing
after warning.
The facts which the Adminis Administration
tration Administration proposed to introduce in
the disciplinary hearing were
identical to the facts which they
had used in the prior municipal
court action. This is why the term
moral double jeopardy arose.
The SCC, which exhibited com complete
plete complete fairness throughout the
hearings, became confused. It
did not know whether it would be
limited to consideration of
charges merely as they were
presented by the Administration
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or whether they were to use
the student code of conduct to
determine the case.
It was at this stage of the
hearing that President Stephen
C. OConnell intervened, first
with a letter of recommenda recommendation,
tion, recommendation, and finally on the day be before
fore before the first hearing, with an
outright directive.
OConnell ordered the SCC not
to interpret the code of conduct.
He said the SCC had authority
only to rule upon guilt or inno innocence
cence innocence of the Dow protestors, not
to determine whether their con conduct
duct conduct threatened the health,
safety or academic reputation
of the university."
OConnell justified his inter interpretation
pretation interpretation on the ground that the
SCC is an administrative
agency, not a court." But, it was
pointed out subsequently at the
hearings that the SCC serves
a quasi-judicial" function, and
thus should be free to inter interpret
pret interpret the code of conduct when
necessary.
At any rate, it seemed clear
that OConnell had overstepped
his authority by making an in interpretation,
terpretation, interpretation, as this was the
responsibility of the Faculty Sen Senate
ate Senate to do so. The SCC rejected
his directive by an 8-3 vote.
OConnell decided to elevate"
the matter above himself and the
SCC by asking the Attorney Gen General
eral General of Florida, Earl Faircloth,
for an advisory opinion.
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ter at all. Faircloth, the official
legal advisor to the Board of
Regents and legal counsel for
the Board of Education, Is in intwined
twined intwined In the chain of appeal
procedure. Thus his *opinion
would have the taint of a con conflict
flict conflict of Interest." If OConnell
wanted a fair advisory opinion
he should have appealed to the
Faculty Senate.
The SCC nevertheless con continued
tinued continued its deliberations under
orders from O'Connell to do so.
It heard all the arguments and
finally last week dismissed the
case.
The Committee dismissed the
charges because the Administra Administration
tion Administration was making no attempt to
show the five students in any
way endangered the health,
safety or academic reputation
of the university." Rather, they
were just exposing these stu students
dents students to the same charge, thus
moral double jeopardy."
The Dow case Is a landmark.
It maintained for the time being
the Integrity of the code of stu student
dent student conduct. The SCC by Its rul ruling
ing ruling has made it clear that it
will not be intimidated, and it
will not be told what to do.
The Committee made it clear
to the Administration that it roust
live up to the provision in the
code of conduct which prohibits
mere duplication of the civil
authorities unless there are com compelling
pelling compelling reasons to do so.



By EVAN LANGBEIN
Alligator Staff Writer
Third In A Series
INDIANAPOLIS Ward eight,
precinct five here is on the
way out. The area is already
marked for urban renewal. The
state of Indiana is building a
freeway through the neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood.
The precinct is a Negro ghetto
area. Some are given more than
they deserve for their property.
Ohters are not receiving enough.
The city is giving no aid in re relocating
locating relocating them; that is their re responsibility.
sponsibility. responsibility.
We canvassed in this neigh neighborhood,
borhood, neighborhood, Christy Hill and I. There
are nine of us from Gainesville
in Indianapolis, three boys and
five girls from UF and one girl
from Santa Fe.
All of us were separated into
various precincts around the city
of Indianapolis. All of them' were
predominately Negro, some with
elements of poor whites in them.
Christy and I were located
in an old two-story red brick
apartment building. The voting
booth was in apartment 12. We
stood outside in the luUl handing
out a Vote for Robert Kennedy
Pull Lever 1H card.
The Republican ward chairman
was running the show. Republi Republicans
cans Republicans run virtually everything in
Indiana. She wore a monstrous
Nixon button. I told her I thought
is was unfair that she could stand
in front of the voting booth with
a Nixon button while we were
forced to stand outside.
She told me to shut up. We
have no need of outsiders in this
state,*' she barked.
Tliis is the way we handle you
people in the state of Indiana/*
said a hefty man also wearing a i
Nixon button as he shook his fist
in my face. I did shut up; I
wanted to return to Florida and
write this series.
Christy and I alternated work working
ing working at the polls and canvassing
votes throughout the precinct.
Larry OBrien, RFKs cam campaign
paign campaign manager, had told us the
night before how important it
was to get people to the polls.
Poor people are playing a role
in this election as they never
had before, he told us. They are
important to Kennedys cam campaign.
paign. campaign.
But, we knew these are the
hardest people to get out to vote.
Many of them are ignorant of
their role in the political process.
I found a Negro woman and an old
white man who didnt know where
they were supposed to vote. I
called campaign headquarters so
they could be taxied to the Dolls.

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The Negro Spirit in Indiana

Kennedy had saturated the city
of Indianapolis with a taxi service
and 30 sound cars. Jim Buzbee,
another UF volunteer, was driv driving
ing driving people to the polls. Mark
Fowler, the chairman of the UF
group, drove a bus around pick picking
ing picking up Negro high school students
so they could be taken to dis distribute
tribute distribute literature urging people to
get out and vote. He would coax
them onto the bus by promising
to give them Kennedy buttons.
As I paced the Negro area,
children would run up. to me
begging for some Kennedy
material. One little boy grabbed
my hand and screamed,lts Mr.
Kennedy, its Mr. Kennedy!*
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Precinct five was disillusion disillusioning.
ing. disillusioning. It was a dying neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. Old abandoned shacks were
scattered around the area. They
had numbers such as R-1369
marked on them to show they
were ready to be torn down. The
windows were broken, and the
wood frames were cracked in
many parts.

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CANVASSING FOR RFK

Glass and debris littered the
entire neighborhood with many
of the Negro children running
around without any shoes on.
Negro men gathered in groups,
usually close to some pool hall.
I would go up and talk with them,
urging them to vote. Most of them
already had. I was 'surprised
that they were taking such a
lively interest in the election.
For the Negro, Senator Ken Kennedys
nedys Kennedys campaign indeed had
become a crusade. A Negro
named Owens had appointed him himself
self himself chauffer.
Kennedys going to bring
equality for everyone; it dont
matter if youre black, white,
Indian or what. Everything ever
good for the Negro done gone
wrong. They killed Lincoln; they
killed John Kennedy. But, maybe
Bobby Kennedys the answer,**
Owens said with tears in his
eyes.
Among the Negro people, there
is almost a religious cult sur surrounding
rounding surrounding the Kennedy name. They
have faith in him. In several of
homes I entered, I saw John F.
Kennedys picture juxtaposed
with the crucifix.
It was a good feeling walking
in that Negro precinct. When
people aftw my Kennedy badge
they would flock over to me. They
would exchange pleasantries.
Negro men would slap me on the
back. The women would clasp
my arm saying something like,
Bobbys my boy. The children
would tag curiously behind me.
There are some who have
claimed in this election year 1968
that the American spirit is being
divided. But, I saw a lot of en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm in precinct five that day.
It is the kind of spirit I have
been told is part of a vital dem democratic
ocratic democratic process. It was not the
politics of division, but of unity.

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WHATS
HAPPENING
By DAVID CHA FIN
Alligator Staff Writer
IN PUTTING YOUR BEST
FOOT FORWARD: Interested
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TO CHEER . The Inter-
Fraternity Council's Men's Glee
Club sings out at 8 tonight in
the union auditorium at the IFC
sing.
At 7:30 the Music Dept.'s Men's
Glee Club will get things loosened
up before the Greeks take over.
IN "I FIRST BECAME IN INTERESTED
TERESTED INTERESTED IN MY INSTRUMENT
AFTER MY MOTHER SERVED
ME A TOMALE WITH HOLES
IN IT": Gildardo Mogica, Mexi Mexican
can Mexican flutest, will perform in
University Auditorium tonight at
8:15 p.m.
IN FOOL-PROOF WAYS TO
BEAT THE DRAFT: The Semper
Fldelis Society, composed of
future officers in the UJS. Marine
Corps, will double-time into
room 361 of the union tonight
at 19:30 hours.
AND SPEAKING OF THE MILI MILITARY:
TARY: MILITARY: The Veterans Club comes
together in room 349 of the union
at 7:30 p.m.
IN INNS: The Tuesday Evening
Supper Club sups in the Univer University
sity University Inn tonight at 7. Member Membership
ship Membership Is open to all single people
over 21.
IN JIMMEY's FRIENDSC?): The
Maccabee Student Organization
will meet in room 118 of the
union at 8 p.m. tonight.
IN GREEK-LETTER GOINGS GOINGSON:
ON: GOINGSON: Phi Alpha Theta meets in
room 150 C of the union at
7 tonight; Delta Sigma Pi is in
335 of the union at 7:30 p.m.;
Gamma Sigma Delta will be in
union rooms 122 and 123 at 9:15
a.m.

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TUMBLEWEEDS

Rally Kicks Off McCarthy Crusade

Coordinator Skip Livingston
kicked off the McCarthy for
President rally Sunday with an
attack on the press for ignoring
the campaign, even though Mc-
Carthy has the active support of
such people as Simon and Gar Garfunkle;
funkle; Garfunkle; Peter, Paul and Mary;
and Paul Newman.
Professor David Chalmers, in introduced
troduced introduced as the "university's own
celebrity and friend said, "Our
purpose in this year of little
grace is to select the next Presi President
dent President of the United States."
Attacking both Kennedy and
Rockefeller for their lack of con conviction,
viction, conviction, Chalmers said, "It took
Eugene McCarthy's victories to
bring them into the race."
After dismissing Richard
Nixon as the man who "was last
elected on his own in 1948
and that was before some of
you were even born," Chalmers
slammed into Hubert Humphrey.
" Here is a man," he said, "who
has been in on every decision
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don't you think just once he could
have said, Mr. President, there
is something wrong in Am America'."
erica'." America'."
Chalmers said, "While others
waited and played politics, Mc-
Carthy entered the fight on prin principles."
ciples." principles."
Chalmers also pointed out that
"when Johnson withdrew you
could hear all the presidential
hopefuls changing gears, but you
didn't hear any gear changing
in the McCarthy Camp."
Calling the Scott Kelly ticket
a "mystery ticket," Chalmers
said that while America was in so
much trouble, the people of

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Florida couldn't leave the choos choosing
ing choosing of a persident up to the whims
of one man.
The George Smathers Ticket,
Chalmers said, "has something
for everyone to vote against."
Saying that the Smathers ticket
represented all the special in interests
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nied that McCarthy would even
consider Smathers for Vice-
President.
"Hie biting and gouging of
Florida politics is about to be begin,"
gin," begin," Chalmers said, "ourmajor
step will be on May 28 when
we carry the state of Florida
for Eugene McCarthy."

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A native of Austin she received her B.A* at
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Six Found Guilty
By Honor Court

The following cases were tried
In Honor Court recently:
On May 7, 1968, in a summary
trial, Norlin Peace pleaded guilty
to the charge of cheating in CSS
112. Mr. Peace was penalized
with a failing grade in the
course, deferred until graduation
and 6 (six) quarter hours.
On May 7, 1968, in a summary
trial, David P. Rosenbaum plead pleaded
ed pleaded guilty to the charge of cheat cheatin
in cheatin ATG-202. Mr. Rosenbaum was
penalized with a failing grade
in the course and 6 (six) quarter
hours.
On May 9, 1968, in a summary
trial, David A. Rosenzweig plead pleaded
ed pleaded guilty to the charge of cheat cheating
ing cheating in CEH 132. Mr. Rosenz Rosenzweig
weig Rosenzweig was penalized with an E in
the course, 9 (nine) quarter hours
and a severe reorimad.
On April 14, 1968, Susan Still Stillman
man Stillman was found guilty of cheating
Jury Duty Off
Students called on for jury
duty on May 12 will not be ex expected
pected expected to appear at the Honor
Court.
The trial scheduled for this
date has been cancelled due to a
motion of continuance, accord according
ing according to Pete Zinober, chancellor
of Honor Court.
All students that were called
for this date are excused per permanently
manently permanently and will not be expected
to appear lor jury duty at any
time,* Zinober said in a letter
Thursday.
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on a final examination. She re received
ceived received 9 quarter hours, C in the
course and a severe reprimand.
On April 25, 1968 in a sum summary
mary summary trial, Andrew Reiss was
found guilty of cheating on a
CSS 112 final examination. Mr.
Reiss received as penalty an E
in the course, 6 quarter hours
and a severe reprimand.
On April 17,1968, Ronald Owen
Nichols was found guilty of steal stealing
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Paperwork Stifles Start
Os Teacher Evaluation

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Part 2 of
a Series')
By JANIE GOULD
Alligator Staff Writer
Teacher Evaluation, like Ac Accent,
cent, Accent, was Charles Shepherd's
brainstorm. The former student
body president brought plans for
both projects home from a con convention
vention convention at Emory University in
1966.
Shepherd, who at the time was
Student Body President Buddy
Jacobs administrative assistant,
worked on Accent himself, and
gave Teacher Evaluation to the
then Secretary of Academic Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Bob Imholte.
A trial run in December of
1966, proved that Teacher Eval Evaluation
uation Evaluation was a workable program,
though it had its share of tech technical
nical technical difficulties.
For one thing, the program
soon came under new manage management,
ment, management, because of a student
government shuffle. Imholte was
appointed administrative assis assistant
tant assistant to the new president, Charles
Shepherd, and the new Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Academic Affairs, John
Mica, now led the program.
Hie initial paperwork was
monstrous. Seventy class sec sections
tions sections participated in the eval evaluation,
uation, evaluation, so each student's reply
had to be typed for the pro professor.
fessor. professor. Mica estimated that 2,000
students replied to four essay essaytype
type essaytype questions making a total of
8,000 answers that had to be
typed.
So, in the next run in April, with
twice as many participants, many
operational wrinkles had been
Ironed out. Typing was cut down,
because now die essay questions
were set up so they could be
unstapled and given to the pro professors
fessors professors without being retyped.
However, the April evaluation
was done against Shepherd's ex express
press express orders and wishes," be because
cause because he thought that one trial
run was enough, expecially since
trimester courses were ending
soon.
And the results were late.
Quite late, according to Imholte.

Lots of problems slowed down
the operation temporarily. There
were computer problems, and
there were leadership problems.
Mica didn't go to summer
school, and he picked a sum summer
mer summer replacement whom he said
was approved by Shepherd.
But Shepherd didnt even know
Mica was leaving, until two days
after he was gone.
So, Shepherd named Bing
Michaels Secretary of Academic
Affairs, telling him to straighten
out Teacher Evaluation.
He saved the program,"
Shepherd said. You might say
I fired Mica."
Then, in the fall, Michaels and
Imholte coordinated the program.
It caught the eye of President
Stephen C. O'Connell, who asked
Imholte to speak about it at a
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Vice-Presideijkojf Academic Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Robert tyautz gave Eval Evaluation
uation Evaluation SBOO worth of computing
time for free.
And Shepherd sanctioned the
program with too executive order
and S3OO fro to the President's
fund.
But, the charter had to pass
Legislative Council, with read readings
ings readings at two meetings. Rumor had
it that Forward party politicos
wanted to vote it down, with votes
from new Forward seats; and that
they wanted to stuff the program
with political appointees, taking
Imholte's job.
But the charter passed with
no hitches.
Winter Quarter saw an ex expanded
panded expanded program, with 170 sec sections
tions sections evaluated. And, from May
20 to 24, 220 sections are to
participate. The results from the
forthcoming evaluations are to be
used in the compilations for Fall
Registration.

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>, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, May 14, 1968

_ The
Florida Alligator
raHKaaj To Let The People Know
Steve Bull
l&bi r
M Raul Ramirez Mike Abrams I
Mana ln K Editor Encotlvt Editor
Nick Tatro Paul Kaplan
New* Editor Sport* Editor
Mr I* (fee Mew. oJrZZZ!rJ: Shbo
vMeet to oftaloa of (fee witter or caitmlst ead aot aeeeMimr
UF Needs Saunders

When we take a stand
in a political campaign, we
pick the man we think best
qualified. So we supported
Bob Saunders in his bid for
the State Senate.
But others have been
saying things about Mr.
Saunders that we think are
simply untrue.
They say Bob Saunders
has the potential** for
leadership. Implying, of
course, that Mr.,.Saunders
is not a leader. Lets look
at the facts.
Bob Saunders was the
founder and chairman of
Citizens for Public
Schools.**
Bob Saunders is the Di Director
rector Director of the Gainesville
Area Chamber of Com Commerce.
merce. Commerce.
He is a member of the
Education Committee of the
Chamber of Commerce. He
has promised to stop the
trend whereby the UF has
lost state funds at the rate
of s2l per student.
He*s concerned with the
UF*s problems. He has
promised to seek the im implementation
plementation implementation of the results
of the study now underway
of campus parking and
traffic flow problems.
He has promised to
introduce the necessary
legislation to build a civic
center and coliseum com complex
plex complex for the joint use of the
university and the people of
this area.
He wants to stop the trend
of decreasing library
funds. He wants to make
faculty salaries com competitive
petitive competitive with other univer universities
sities universities in the South.
Bob Saunders is young,
only 39. He has an eye to
the future. An eye that sees
new ideas for better
government.

x\lligator Staff

GLENN FAKE
Assistant News Editor
JIM HOLMES
Copy Editor
JAMES CpOK
Edtorlal Assistant

808 SAUNDERS
. .a leader
Bob Saunders wants to
tap the great sea of intelli intelligence
gence intelligence here at the university
to solve state problems. He
says he will pay professors
as consultants to study
problems and suggest solu solutions.
tions. solutions.
Bob Saunders is a busi business
ness business man who is concerned
with workers. He wants to
reach into new areas for
taxation because he real realizes
izes realizes advalorum taxes alone
cant fund city, county and
state schools.
Bob Saunders is our man.
His stand is clear and
strong. We quote: I in intend
tend intend to devote my main
energies toward education,
taxation and agriculture.
With the continuous help
that is available at the UF
I am going to become the
most knowledgeable man
in the Senate in those
fields.
Were voting for Bob
Saunders, State Senator
District 7, we hope and
urge you to do the same.
-- Steve Hull, Editor
Raul Ramirez

JERRY SILBERBERG
Campus Living Editor
KATHIE KEIM DAVE REDDiCK
Associate Editor
JOE TORCHIA
Entertainment Editor

THE FIFTH COLUMN==^^=^=
Pomes

Me
I write for the Alligator
mostly columns.
This means that I am very sensitive.
I generally have
a supercilllous look and a
condescending smile on my face
to go with my
bad breath and dirty feet.
If I see a mother hitting her child
DAMMIT," she is wrong. I weep for
mans inhumanity to man, mothers to
child because
I write for the Alligator
mostly columns.
This means that I am more sensitive than
"you.
If a friend of mine is killed in Viet I
will rage
against everybody who is over
25, rich or in a fraternity. After all
we all know
THEY killed him. Not the v.c.
Policeman are all brutal stooges for the
John Birch Society of the United Klans
of the FBI of the DOW Co. of the CIA of
the GM of the AT&T of the JMBA of the
IFC
all are conspiring against me.
Why?
Because
iwriteforthealligatormostlycolumnsthis
m eansthatiam very
sensible, -sensitive) senseless, but so what.
The medium is the message.
Alvin X
Alvin X just won SIOOO in a radio contest
and he
thanks the radio for the moneyfor the
advertising.
Long after

= BY JASON STRAIGHT
he has spent the money, this will still
be the
biggest thing
to ever happen to Alvin X.
Me and Judy
One out of ten faces looks up at me on
Its way to the clock.
Judy in the third row is bored. I like her
legs. When she rocks them
back and forth back and forth.
I ask a question and the same mothers
son answers
every time all the time I hate him. He
drones back
and thinks that we understand each other
I hate him.
Hell get an A on his way to Law school and
the rest?
Theyll get Cs and Ds.
Except for Judy. Ill give her a B and
another look and
shell know why.
Me again
Its very easy to write free verse poetry
first of all
you dont have to make things rhyme.
And
you break up the sentences Into
difrerent sizes
and put them In funny places
like
this.
And
thenyouleave out punctuations (e.e.
cummings) and run thewordsto thewordstogetherlikethls
getherlikethls thewordstogetherlikethls (Joycestrearo of conscious consciousness)
ness) consciousness)
and
people thinkyou
spent a lot of time on thlsand that youre
really creative and talented.
Naw.



TODAY MINUS ONE

The Kirk Enigma

How about our governor? Is there anybody out there who thinks
he can second guess the man? The power structure (conspiracy?)
of this state has never been shook like Gov. Kirk is shaking.
And it's about time.
I dont know how to classify the man. Ido know the right-wing
controllers of this state are doing everything in their power to dis-

credit mm.
But it doesnt matter. Claude
R. Kirk Jr. just goes rolling
along.
The UPI reported Friday that
Gov. Claude Kirk suggested
yesterday that the state adopt
protest tactics and demand that
the federal government give in income
come income tax credits to businesses
which institute training programs
for the unemployed..
How about that? We may come
to find we've got a governor whos
going to get things done yet.
The UPI story goes on: In a
briefing to a six-man Task
Force 1773 said he was
considering issuing an executive
order granting the tax credits
even though he has no authority
and then pursuing a legal
test case if the Internal Rev Revenue
enue Revenue Service refused to approve
it.
Welcome Florida to the world
of action.
Gov. Kirk will probably re receive
ceive receive a lot of criticism for his
trek through Gainesville Friday
from the state's democrats. But
before we suck it all up, lets
keep a few things in mind.
(1) Kirk instigated his Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville job campaign here before
Carmichaels supporters an announced
nounced announced Stokelys visit.
(2) Most experts excepting,
of course, Jimmy Bailey say
John Lindseys ability to walk
the street of Harlem and talk
with the people prevented a riot
there, following the murder of
Dr. King. If Gov. Kirk can es establish
tablish establish this same kind of relation relationship
ship relationship in Florida . heck, youre
all college students.
One last quote from UPI: Kirk
also told the group (referring to
the task force) to investigate
whether labor unions are open to
all qualified workers, including
Negroes.
Gov. Kirks comment: If
theyre open, great -- but if
theyre shut, get them open.
Sounds to me like shades of
Gov. Leoy Collins. Its been a
long time since Floridas seen a
governor of Action.
Go to it Mr. Governor. And
when the clique starts yelling,
remember Leoy Collins. He was
the most popular governor
Florida has ever had. Good luck.
Sorry
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£ apologize for a false state- :*
£ ment which appeared in David :$
£ Miller's column How Now £
£ IFC in the May 8 issue of £
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£ pictures of Kappa Alphas host- £
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BY 808 MORAN

Our Official
Charlatan,
Claude Kirk
MR. EDITOR:
I thank God everyday that Im
not a Florida taxpayer. All too
often In the newspapers I read
where your states charlatan gov governor
ernor governor is spending huge amounts
of state money for purposes
totally unrelated or unnecessary
for the just exercise of his au authority
thority authority as supposed head of this
state. Either Florida officials
are the most tolerant or the most
stupid to allow Kirk to continue
in his extravagant ways with
money that is taken from the
taxpayers (including the poor
peoples) of this state.
I just read where Kirk is
thinking of spending about a quar quarter
ter quarter of a million dollars ($250,000)
to redecorate his offices (notice
the plural). I don't know how large
his Tallahassee office is, but for
the 516 hours (which equals 211/2
days or more than three weeks)
worth of supposedly necessary
designing work done for this
job, he could have had the whole
state and, perhaps, parts of
Georgia and the Bahama Islands
redesigned as well.
Alfie never used anyone half
as badly as Kirk uses the people
of Florida. I thought Floridians
would learn once they realized
they were the ones who footed
the bill for the Deplorable
Duos honeymoon tour (tour,
not just a mere trip). If any of
you know of a state official with
any backbone at all, you might
try encouraging him to do some something
thing something about the complete and utter
mess that Kirk is allowing
Florida to develop into.
Malcolm Forbes, in his
national business magazine,
Forbes, described Kirk as
thus: Kirk:Jerk. But ever
since Kirk has taken office, it
has been he who has told the
people of Florida to: Work,
Jerk, for me, Kirk. And you
people collectively as a state
have obliged simply beautifully
up to this time.
You know, during the recent
FEA walk-out in Florida,
for which Kirks attitude about
education (and, perhaps, own per personal
sonal personal level of) are primarily re responsible
sponsible responsible (Try putting that sl/4
million into schools, Claude,
baby!), I taught school for four
days and I'll bet I did more good
for those kids In that time than
Kirk has done for anyone (ex (except
cept (except himself) since he took of office.
fice. office.
Claude Kirk says he is an
eagle. If that be the case, thats
one bird Id like to see be com completely
pletely completely extinct. Why not try doing
something about it, Florida? Its
too late only if youre afraid to
assert your voice in government.
You know, believe it or not,
Florida is still a part of the
United States. Why dont you act
it?
BILL DRESCHER

Looking For Dirt

MR. EDITOR:
I am a YISTA volunteer work working
ing working in Micanopy, Fla. My main
purpose in writing this letter is
regarding an article which ap appeared
peared appeared in your school paper on
Friday, April 26, 1968.
In this article, two boys pre presumably
sumably presumably visited a local Negro
juke for no apparent reason other
than to have a beer and see what
was Happening.
What they saw in this juke may
have been shocking perhaps a
bit apathetic but I see no reason
for capitalizing on their visit
by writing a misconstrued, unin uninformative,
formative, uninformative, sadistic, and perhaps
exaggerated article about it. And
it furthermore disgusts me to
see that your paper could not
find a more reputable, mean meaningful
ingful meaningful subject to print.

OPEN FORUM:
ALwkml ViMMt
There is no hope for the complacent man."

Chester Revisited

MR. EDITOR:
A few months ago I was con contacted
tacted contacted by Lee Terry who asked
me to be on a student study
commission on ROTC. We have
been working for the past months
taking surveys, interviewing
faculty, the ROTC people, dis discussing
cussing discussing the pros and cons for
the ROTC program being compul compulsory.
sory. compulsory.
We planned to present our find findings
ings findings to the Board of Regents
at their June meeting. The Board
of Regents and the Administration
talks about responsibility and
we agree that student actions
should be responsible, that is why
we wanted to show campus opinion
through a study commission
report.
That opinion was over overwhelmingly
whelmingly overwhelmingly against compulsory
ROTC.
However, in lieu of the recent
statements by Chairman (Mao)
Ferguson our report and its
presentation to the Board appear
to be a waste of time.
I propose that on May 26 we
have a rally at the drill field at
which time all ROTC cadets will
be encouraged to boycott drill,
not so much to protest ROTC,
but to impress upon the Board
of Regents that when they refuse
to listen to our student govern government
ment government leaders, our faculty, even
our President (Last year Pres.
Reitz request that compulsory
ROTC be abolished was over overruled
ruled overruled by Ferguson.) that our frus frustration
tration frustration forces us to go outside
channels.
I emphasize that this will be a
peaceful rally and that all mem members
bers members of the faculty and student

What, And Take It All
Out Os The Alligator?

MR. EDITOR:
\
I would like to propose a cam campus
pus campus improvement that should
make campus living a little easier
on all us students.
There are currently several
construction projects going on
around campus. At each one,
there i$ a maze of wire fenc fencing
ing fencing surrounding the activity.
Why not put up some plywood
boards, on the posts, paint them
white, and create graffiti boards.
This is nothing original. I have
seen the same idea used on

We are working hard to develop
a sense of community pride. Does
this article clearly show what the
white man's impressions are
of our community? I would hope
not. Why didn't the boys visit
the Micanopy Neighborhood Cen Center
ter Center where some organized clean
cut fun and action takes place?
Why? I think I know why. Be Because
cause Because they were looking for some
dirt and they found a little.
But Ill not let this little bit of
dirt reflect a picture for the en entire
tire entire Negro community!
I would further like to add that
I am well aware of the persons
discribed in the article. Most of
the community is. I should think
that these boys being college
students let alone writers would
have a little more perception.
They should realize that these
people reflect through actions

body should attend coeds,
grad students, and upper class classmen,
men, classmen, since the issue is one of
whether we will tolerate Fer Fergusons
gusons Fergusons iron grip over us.
Please come, we must show
Ferguson how strongly we feel
about freedom and democracy.
STEPHEN HOROWITZ

Gross Product

MR. EDITOR:
Chester Fergusons state statements
ments statements published May 8 were bad.
He defends compulsory ROTC
in one breath and professes be belief
lief belief in academic and personal
freedom in another.
It Is obvious that he does
hot have the slightest under understanding
standing understanding of the meaning of either
academic, personal or freedom.
In defending the censoring of
Felix Greenes
propaganda film, he fails to
understand that this is an
academy and that students are
rather sophisticated human be beings
ings beings capable of filtering out truth
from falsehood for themselves.
Here the exposure is what is
important. I thought the film was
a little biased, but at least I
decided it for myself.
However, Ferguson is not the
greatest evil around. He is in indeed
deed indeed a very, very, very, very,
stupid man, but he is only one man
playing a foolish role.
It is much more disturbing that
Stephen OConnell can say that
we are our countrys most
precious natural resource and
as an educator, not understand
the severe insult inherent in the

several campuses. The boards
draw all kinds of subject
material, including love letters,
art work, and of course, the
graffiti that now graces only the
bathroom walls around campus.
The only work involved outside
of the original investment should
be cleaning off the spicier say sayings,
ings, sayings, but it should be worth it.
Hopefully, this can be paid for
by the student government, as it is
on other campuses. Please give
this some consideration.
BOLLIVER SHAGNASTY, lUC

Tuesday, May 14, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

and physical appearance their
past. If Joe and his buddy could
delve Into the lives of these in individuals,
dividuals, individuals, I wonder if they would
still insist on capitalizing on
them. Yes, tis too bad that with
all the beautiful scenery and fine
people in Mi canopy that these
boys had to dig up one juke with
several lost, misguided persons
to write about. I wonder if the
beating these poor people give
themselves isn't enough without
Joe and friend lending a "help "helping
ing "helping hand."
** The article will have little
effect on the individuals it was
written about. They haven't the
opportunity to read newspapers
much ... It has aroused some
talk in the community. Most are
willing to admit some truth in it.
I mean the juke does exist. Un Unfortunately,
fortunately, Unfortunately, I doubt that this
article has brought to light any
shocking unknowns or needless to
say any type solution. I sup suppose
pose suppose I've examined every aspect
of the article except it's purpose
. . was there any?
CYNDA K. McKEE
Gator Button
rotcbu/ldslm
% FERGUSONS JJS

reference. Worse still, hardly
any student at this school to whom
I have pointed out the insult
understands what I mean or even
hears me when I say it.
Florida cannot be a university
of true distinction or even a
great university as long as its
students cannot creatively ex examine
amine examine themselves as something
more than commodities in the
gross national product, as long as
its students are not infuriated by
the notion that education is man manpower.
power. manpower.
ERNEST McGILL, 4AS
MUMTOR
MUINOSITIES
By LEWIS ROTHLEIN
Happy Tuesday. Today is a
knowledge and memory test. I
have listed here twenty oldies
but goodies. All you have to do
is tell who sang them. Here they
are:
1. Silhouettes 2. Charley Brown
3. At the Hop 4. Angel Baby
5. It was I 6. To The Aisle
7. When You Dance 8. Rock around
the Clock 9. Foolish Little Girl
10. Dream 11. Green Door 12.
Beop Baby 13. Smoke Gets in
Your Eyes 14. Look Homeward
Angel 15. Philadelphia U.S.A.
16. 26 Miles 17. Stranger on
the Shore 18. Because They're
Young 19. Pineapple Princess
20. Midnight in Moscow
The answer to last Friday's
brainosity will be printed this
Friday. All entries to the con contest
test contest should be in by Wednesday.
(Note to someone: please don't
mall me another of what you
mailed me Friday for the con contest.
test. contest. Next time flush it.)
Make a friend today.

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* GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

FORSALE
LIKE NEW, living room furniture,
couch $175.00, chair $60.00, two
round coffee tables, $15.00 each.
376-1019. (Al2Bloptp)
HARMONY 12String guitar and
case. Almost new, still under
warranty, SIIO.OO. Call Lenny,
376-9205. (Al33stp)
HONDA 50 1966 Excellent
condition, low mileage book rack
helmet with lock included,
$160.00. Call 378-5791.
(Al34stp)
GOOD DEPENDABLE
transportation 's4 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)
vjUNS GUNS GUNS
Inventory over 450 Buy Sell
Trade Repair. Reloading Supplies,
Custom Reloading HARRY
BECKWITH, GUN DEALER,
MICANOPY. 466-3340.
4A-106tfp)
BARFORMICA top, walnut panel
front, "L" shaped 5 ft. long, $30.00,
TV Pjhilco, 15 in. portable with
stand, $40.00. Stereo-Admiral
portable with stand $50.00
Regulation parallel bars, $40.00,
Scuba tanks and regulator,
Healthways. .3760522.
(Al34stnl.
HONDA 65cc, 5000 MILES, LOWER
GEAR RATIOS, METRIC TOOLS,
BUMPER CARRYING RACK,
COMPREHENSIVE INSURANCE,
S2OO or BEST OFFER, DON
KOZICH 378-1863. (A-136-st-p)
DYNO PAS-3 Preamp. Fully
assembled and in excellent condition.
Perfect for top grade stereo system,
$60.00. Call Bob Gwin '3769235.
(Al363tp)

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form below. Mail it with remit- (consecutive)
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FOR SALE
SIAMESE KITTENS. .3 Princesses
1 Prince. No kinked tails or crossed
eyes. Litter and scratching post
trained. Call 3763515 after 5.
(Al362tp)
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)
23" TV 3 months old, $170.00
new Best offer over half price. Call
378-4950. (Al362tp)
HONDA SUPERHAWK, 305 cc,
1964, mint condition. Rebuilt
recently, extras, $350.00. Call Dave,
Rm. 426, 372-9345.
(Al373tp)
1968 HONDA S-90 White 6 months
old. Excellent condition tool kit
included, $299.00. 376-9205 ask for
Bruce. (Al373tp)
FOR RENT
1-31 TO SUBLET 2 bedrm. apt. for
summer, AC, Comfortable. 1 Blk
from campus. Rent: $ 100/mo.
possible reduction. 3787187. .
(8133-stnl_
3 BEDROOM APT., 2 bath, on the
pool at Williamsburg, Starting June,
Pets allowed. Call 3788896.
(B-137-tsc)
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 apt. at French
Quarter for the summer. Discount on
first months rent. Call 3787778 or
visit Apt 12. (Bl32st p)

, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, May 14, 1968

Page 8

FOR RENT
SUMMER LIVING for ALL male
students, $60.00/mo. room and 3
meals/day. Independence, one block
off campus. Apply to Collegiate
Living Organization, 117 N.W. 15th
St. or Call 376-9420.
(Bl37l4tp)
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.
(Bl3l lOtp)
ENJOY QUIET living at Village 34,
Only $105.00 per month for one
bedroom furnished with
Air-Conditioning. Couples preferred
Call 3788911 after 6 p.m.
(Bl37stp)
AIR CONDITIONED 2 bedroom
apartment, 2 blocks from campus,
available June through August, sll6
per month. Call 3722880.
(Bl36stp)
SPECTACULAR Two bedrooms for
the price of one!! Village Park,
upstairs, 2Bedroom apt. Summer
Quarter only! Call 3787265.
HURRY (Bl36stp)
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.
(81353 t
FRENCH QUARTER! Sub-lease
two bedroom. Fourman, AC,
apartment for summer quarter. Call
378-6650, Evenings, or come by
Apartment 90. (Bl3sstp)

STOTT LIMITED ENGAGEMENT
STOKELY CARMICHAEL
WITH THE ROYAL SHAKESPEARE CO. IN
TELL ME LIES
At 1:00 And 3:00 Only
See Our Other Ad This Page^
TONIGHT 7
ANDY WARHOLS
'CHELSEA GIRLS'
Showing will begin at 6: p.m. Come
any time between 6:00 and 8:00 and
see a whole show.
MEDICAL CENTER AUDITORIUM ADM. 75*

FOR RENT
SUBLET 1 Bdrm. Apt. June-Aug.
University Gardens, furnished.
AirCond, Pool, First Months rent
and security deposit free. Call
378-3534 after 10:00 p.m.
(Bl337tp)
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)
SUBLET SUMMER QUARTER.
Williamsburg Village Townhouse apt.,
2bdr., r/a bath, AC, Dishwasher,
Pool, $2lO per month., or make deal.
Call 378-2108 or come by apt. 124.
(Bl363t p)
THREE BEDROOM unfurnished
house on Archer Road opposite
Stengel Field Airport. Married
student only, $65.00 per month for
long-term tenant. Water furnished.
Phone 372-9903. (B-135-st-p)
| WANTED |
MALE ROOMMATE for summer
quarter. Junior or Senior preferred.
Modern, quiet apt. in Village 34, AC,
Patio, 1 block from Westgate
shopping center, five minutes from
campus. Call Jim 3725086.
(Cl33stp)
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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WANTED
FEMALE ROOMMATE or
Sublease, 2 bedroom (55 x 12)
Trailer beyond Medical center, June
Ist $52.50 plus utilities. Prefer
working girl or graduate student. Call
376-3261 Ext. 2268 day or
3784524 Evenings. (Cl363tp)
TWO FEMALE roommates wanted.
Landmark Apts, for June, July and
August. Split level, dishwasher, and
pool. Call 376 7344.
(Cl36st p)
FEMALE rider wanted: To Wash.,
NYC, or points North. Leaving May
27th. Pay own expenses only. Call
378-78 1 2 after 6 p.m.
(Cl36st p)
2 MALE ROOMMATES FOR
SUMMER, NEW WILLIAMSBURG
VILLAGE, POOL, AC,
DISHWASHER, TV, CARPETING,
$50.00 PER MONTH. DON
KOZICH, 378-1863 NO
FRESHMEN OR SOPHOMORES.
(Cl36 st-p)
FEMALE ROOMMATE for June,
July, August, Apt. no. 17, French
Quarter. Call 378-5088. Preferably
from 67 p.m. (Cl363tp)
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, 3788225.
(C-1355t p)
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WANTED
:: $
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GIRLS BIKE, 3 spaed, lightweight,
26", reasonably good condition. Call
372-8790. (Cl36p)
(Cl363tp)
NEEDED Male roommate? Gator
Town Apt; with three students for
fall, $42.50 plus X utilities per
month. 3769161 after 7:00 p.m.,
Charles Worsham. (Cl373tp)
TWO FEMALE roommates wanted
for Landmark Apt. for fall. AC, 2
bedroom, on pool, dishwasher. Call
Linde Room 143, 3769387.
(Cl37stp)
WANTED: Two riders to San Diego,
California. Leaving by car on June
10. For details call Bruce at
378-2427. (C-135-3t-p)
NEEDED: 3 or 4 persons to sublet
kool, Air-Conditioned, poolside. Sin
City Apt. at reduced rate for June,
July, August. Call 3783609.
(Cl34st-p)
HELP WANTED |
£s.7.fx%\v>:vx*x*x-x-v*vx*:*x*x'>xx-x : x x*l'
WRUF needs transmitter operators.
b*.** Ist class and 3rd class radio
telephone license required. Call Chief
Engineer, E.A. Slimak, 3723492.
(E-134-st-d
HIGHLY QUALIFIED SECRETARY
for Builders Office. Shorthand, good
typing and other secretarial skills
essential. Permanent job. Excellent
pay. Do not apply unless well
qualified. Phone 3769950 days or
3782000 evenings. (El3stfc)
STUDENTS wanted to design,
execute psychedelic murals in near
future. Professional Level ability a
must. Intensive weekend work. Fun,
good pay. Details, 3787687.
(El3sstp)
MALE STUDENT wanted to work 3
to 5 nights a week, from now
through the Summer. Must be over
21. Apply between 3 and 5 Woody's
Sandwich Shop, 3458 West
University Ave. (El36tfc)
LADIES READY to wear, managerial
and sales personnel needed for well
established, medium priced, dress and
sports wear shop. Excellent
opportunity for advancement, all
fringe benefits plus retirement plan.
Experienced only. Age 2545, Reply
giving resume of experience to:
Gainesville Sun, Box b92M,
Gainesville, Florida. (El37lotc)
1961 CORVAIR 4 dr.. Hardtop,
Runs fair. Best offer under $200.00,
Call 378-4950.
WANT A BETTER CATCH?
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TRY THE GATOR ADS I)
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9.96 80 am g l)!M IWWWj
Hap WANTED i
NIGHT CLERK: 4:00 P.M. to 12:00
Midnight and 12:00 Midnight to 7:00
A.M. Over 21 Exp. preferred, apply
in person. (E-137-st-p)
X-RAY TECHNICIANS for
permanent 8-5 shift at student
infirmary. University of Florida.
Starting salary, $4300. Liberal fringe
benefits. Equal opportunity
Employer. Call M. Mace 3763261,
Ext. 3108. (El37stp)
VARITYPER OPERATOR Layout
and copy preparation experience. 5
day week, salary based on
experience. Ewing Photoprint
Service, 378-2436. (E-137-st-c)
AUTOS
CHEV 1954, Excellent mechanical
condition. Cheap transportation,
must sell. 372-9875.
(Gl33stp)
1964 MG Miget Excellent
Condition wire wheels, 2 tops, and
complete car cover. Call Ed or Rod.
SAE Kouse. (G-135-3t-p)
'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)
1929-Model A, 2 door, good
mechanical, good body, clean inside,
$850.00, Q-tag. Cross City,
498-3856 or 3887. (G-137-st-p)
VW 1966 EXCELLENT condition
VW maintained 13,000 miles,
$1,300. Call after 2:30 p.m.
378-3330. (Gl37stp>
MUST SELL: 1963 VW, Runs real
good, slight bit of body work needed.
Going into army after graduation.
Call 372-6484. (G r l34-st-p)
1963 IMPALA, one owner, good
condition, full power including
windows, 327 cc Engine, radio,
heater, AC, SBOO. Call 378-4693
after 6:00 p.m. (Gl364tp)
LEAVING TOWN Must sell 1957
Chevy wagon, good condition all new
tires. $150.00. 372-5135.
(Gl36stp)
1956 DODGE CORONET, V-8, AT,
radio, excellent condition, $175.00
or best offer. 372-4068 evenings or
weekends. (Gl36stp)

AUTOS
y
1960 Falcon, reliable transportation,
$225.00, 376-1019.
(Gl2Blot p)
PERSONAL |
$.v.*.%-;-;*:-:-xx*:-x-%S.*:xx*x*x-x%v.*.'xX':*x< : :
PAUL AND I thought Palmetto
bugs were harmless. Samantha.
(Jl363tp)
JUNIOR, Matured, outgoing man
would like to correspond
confidentially with over 21 under 5*
4" coed write to Box 12627,
Gainesville, (Jl374tp)
| LOST & FOUND |
>X':-:-x*x-:-xx-:-x^x.:wsss-x-x*xxsx-.x-x.:.v
LOST: TYPEWRITER. Olympia,
light green and gray. Lost in Tolbert
Area, $25.00 reward. Richard, 118
Weaver Hall, 372-9328.
(Ll3s3tp)
LOST at Dubs. $5.00 Reward.
Wallet, green burlap with leather
trim. If found please return to Kim
Anton, 3769145. No questions
asked. (Ll37stp)
FOUND: Ladies watch at Camp
Wauburg Easter Sunday, April,
376-2018. (Ll363tnc)
SERVICES
LETTERS WRITTEN: Need a letter
for applications, social matters, or
anything, but just can't write about
your sel or what you want to say?
Let someone especially skilled in that
art help you. Call Bill Drescher
3767210, Mornings for an
appointment and/or information. No
better service of this kind anywhere.
Call and see. (Ml373tp)
WILL DO typing in my home term
papers, thesis, etc. Reasonable rates,
call 376-3261, Ext. 2333, ask for
Diane or Rhoda. (Ml363tp)
NEED YOUR IRONING .done? Tall
and tan and young and lovely.
Intelligent experienced ironerl!
Reesonable rates. Call 3787247
after 5 p.m.. Thanks!
(Ml3s3tp)
ALTERNATORS GENERATORS
STARTERS Electrical systems
tested repairs. Auto Electric Service,
603 S.E. Second Street, 378-7330.
(Ml3otfc)

Tuesday, May 14, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

FOR QUEEN CONTEST
UF Coed Sought
By JERRY SILBERBERG
Alligator Campus Living Editor
The Alligator is looking for a coed to represent the UF in the
annual College Queen Pageant which will be held in New York
on June 8-18.
The coed selected by a panel of judges, will compete with coeds
from other Florida universities and the winner of the competition
will represent the state in national competition.
The pageant is an annual event which gives recognition to stu students
dents students for their scholastic ability. Judging is based on academle
accomplishments, leadership qualities, as well as poise and per personality.
sonality. personality. The judges are looking for the All-American college
girl.*
All undergraduate girls, from freshman through senior, are
eligible to participate. Any girl wishing to participate is asked
to submit a photo plus brief report of activities, scholastic awards,
grade average, etc.
One final reminder sent to the Alligator stated: The students
academic record, her volunteer activities, and her hobbles are
important. The winner will be someone who is active in several
phases of campus life. She does not have to be a scholastic
genius nor have the beauty of a Hollywood movie star. The next
National College Queen will be a typical American college girl
bright, alert, personable.
The Alligator has one application and thousands of coeds to
choose from. Send all information before May 23 to: Campus
Living Editor, The Florida Alligator. Application must be sent
out prior to May 25. r { \'
Banquet Tips


Engineers
Tau Beta Pi and Sigma, Tau
engineering honoraries will hold
its Third Annual Scholarship
Breakfast Wednesday morning at
8:15 a.m. in the Union Ballroom.
The breakfast is open to all
students on the deans list in
engineering.
Speaker for the morning is J.
Dewey Rinehart, director of en engineering
gineering engineering of the Martin Marietta
Company of Orlando.
New Pool
Lists Rates
The newly constructed Lincoln
swimming pool, located at the
800-Block of West 34th Street,
is scheduled to open by June 1.
Albert R. Massey has an announced
nounced announced the fees for the West Westside
side Westside Park Pool:
A yearly pass for fam family
ily family SSO
Ayearly pass for individual
Daily admission-studenthigh
school age or under 25
cents
Daily admission for an adult
is 50 cents
The pool will be open every
day of the week and on Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday there will
be instructional swimming from
9 a.m. through 12 p.m. Yearly
pass holders are entitled to in instructional
structional instructional swimming at no extra
charge. Non-members will be
charged 25? per lession.
Recreational swimming is
planned for the afternoons and
evenings. The pool willopenSun willopenSundays
days willopenSundays at 1 p.m.
There is a wading pool ad adjacent
jacent adjacent to the Olympic pool for
children under six years of age.
The Gainesville Recreation
Department, 516 N.E. 2 Ave. is
currently taking applications for
instructional swimming (ages
5-10) and registration for yearly
passes. Additional information:
376-2232 ; 6-7681.

A.W.S.
UF President Stephen C.
OConnell will address the As Association
sociation Association of Women Students at
the 1968 Honor Banquet.
The banquet will be held on
Thursday at the Reitz Union Ball Ballroom
room Ballroom at 6:30 p.m. The subject
of the speech is undecided, but
will probably concern the role
of the coed at UF.
Women active in Mortar Board,
Pan Hellenic, Savant, and those
in campus activities will be
honored. Tickets cost $2.25 and
are available from any AWS re representative
presentative representative (al' coeds invited)
or call Ann-Marie Steinberg:
372-9255, room 142.
Nursing Home
In r Sin City
The Gainesville Extended Care
and Nursing Center has been built
in the middle of Sin City.
It has been operationg for two
months and is used to rehabili rehabilitate
tate rehabilitate post-hospital patients and
care for long-term, chronically
ill or convalescent patients.
I thought someone had
lost their marbles when they be began
gan began building a rest home on a
street of nearly all student re residences.
sidences. residences. Its really no place
to rest, said Cathi Arvola, 3ED.
Lynn Campbell said, Maybe
it was put here for convenience.
I figure Ill be there at the end
of this quarter.
Director of the center, T.R.
Bruce, jr., said that plans for
the center were made before the
first apartment was built on 16th
Ave. When the land was sold,
the deed required that a nursing
home be built. Bruce said patients
do not go outside and noises
from the street do not present
any problem.
CORRECTION
In the article that
appeared in last
Thursdays Alligator
on page 11, one of the
contestants in the May
Day Queen Contest was
incorrectly identified.
Lisa Dougherty, not
Lisa Tiffany, was
interviewed by the
Alligator.

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1, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, May 14, 1968

Page 10

The Split Ends: Number One In South Florida
/Music: The Split Ends:
Up-tight Hair Raisers

By ALLEN PIERLEONI
Alligator Staff Writer
The wild man behind the drums
crashed his instrument with the
sticks in unison with the blind blinding
ing blinding flashes of the three strobe
lights. The speakers filled heads
with the vibrating, throbbing
sound of the lead singer and the
guitars wailed electrically with
a deafening twang. Then the
strobes shut off and the colored
lights came on. The red, blue
and green flashed on and off in
time with the beat, allowing the
writhing dancers to watch the
music in color. The band was
the Split Ends and it was at a
local fraternity house. They were
up-tight.
The Split Ends are the number
one sound in Florida, according
to several polls taken by radio
stations from Miami to
Tallahassee. Its not hard to
figure out why once youve seen
them perform. The Ends home
base is St. Pete, where they
perform regularly at night clubs
and teen dances. On weekends
they hit the road with over
$12,000 worth of equipment and
stun audiences all over the state.
Their peformances arent
limited to Florida alone, how however.
ever. however. According to bass player
Danny Raye the four artists have
toured over a dozen states and
have performed on Dick Clarks
Happening 6V production as
well as his 1968 television show.
The band has been highly praised
by Mademoiselle, The
Orlando Star, The St. Pete
Times and The Tampa
Times.
The Ends have been rocking out
together for over three years,
and their great success is due
not only to their talent as a
unified sound, but also to their
spectacular light show which was
arranged by personal manager
Paul E. Deutekom.
The psychedelic light show
parallels whats happening in
California right now its a
true light show in the L.A. tra tradition,
dition, tradition, and what makes it great is
that their music and singing are
in conjunction and unision with
the lighting effects.
The light show consists of three
strobes (over one million peak
candle power a piece), a plasma
light, flashing colored lights, a
kalideoscope and six slide pro projectors.

jectors. projectors. The plasma light is an
overhead projector which casts
an immage on the group that
is extremely effective. The image
is from special oils and dyes
which are mixed together, and the
swirling colors cast patterns on
the group that will zone anyone
out.
The kalideoscope works with
color images also, and based on
principles of the science of optics
it can make light change form,
direction and pattern. Four of
the six slide projectors empha emphasize
size emphasize psychedelic poster-type
slides, while the remaining two
project living slides, slides
that can move and change colors
via optics.

Former Student
Now Novelist
A former UF student and currently a fiction novelist will be on
campus Friday for an autograph signing party, according to Lance
Lichentwalter, director of the UF bookstore.
Harry Crews, author of The Gospel Singer/* graduated from
the UF with his masters in English, and will be a professor of
comprehensive English beginning in September. He is now teaching
English at a junior college in Ft. Lauderdale where he lives with
his wife and son.
He entered the UF, in his own words, not because I thought
anyone there could teach me to write fiction (which I had wanted
to do since I was a boy), but because I thought someone there might
teach me how to make a living while I taught myself to write fiction.
The autograph signing party will be Friday from 3 to 5 in room
122 of the Reitz Union and is sponsored by the bookstore.
Andrew Lytle, editor of The Sewanee Review, said of Crews'
novel: The Gospel Singer. . is an allegory of our times, but
sensual, concrete. The divine speaks through song; yet never becomes
incarnate. Spirit and sensibility remain separate and meet only to
destroy. Perhaps it is no allegory but a story of flesh eating flesh
and going hungry. Harry Crews has a rare talent. Ms craftsmanship
is perfecting it.
Richard E. Kim, author of The Martyred, said of the work:
Symbolically conceived and symbolically structured, Mr. Crews
novel succeeds, quite effectively . ~ in portraying all that is ugly,
grotesque, and ultimately absurd in mans desire and quest for his
Instant salvation through his mindless idolization of the instrument
of salvation itself. . The Gospel Singer is a remarkable first
novel and as such I hope it will be widely read.
The jacket blurb says the main character gives way to his
torment, and in so doing he reveals to the believers who have
gathered at his feet just how little he is Gods man, and how much
he has contributed to the corruption of each of them. In a climatic
scene of total destruction and devastating irony, his followers take
revenge on him for the truth he has finally found the tongue to tell.
The novel is Crews first, but this initial effort is written in a
very exact style, a highly stylistic form and in clear, concise prose.
It is the story, essentially, of a musical artist and his torment in
a Georgia town.

Put all of this together going
at once, combine it with the
sights and sounds of the Ends
and the result is a light show
that is really worth mentioning
as one observer remarked,
Its a real freak-out, man.
Personal manager Deutekom
said that he plans to improve
his light show in the near future
and title it The Electro-Plastic
Mind Excursion.
Basically all of the equipment
were using now is what a real
light show consists of,
Deutekom said. If its all pre presented
sented presented properly it puts feel into
the music you can see what
you hear.

Dance Review:
UF Has Talent

By CHET MEISNER
Alligator Correspondent
All in all An Afternoon of
Dance, presented by the UF
Modern Dance Group in the P.K.
Yonge auditorium this past Sun Sunday
day Sunday a very pleasant
experience for this reporter. The
fine talent displayed by the mem members
bers members of the group would have been
enough in itself to make the
Afternoon completely enjoy enjoyable.
able. enjoyable.
But there was more. There was
much more. There was that final
touch of something that every
dance, theatre of movie-goer
remembers longest and talks
about loudest. There was the
finest piece de resistance I have
ever seen. There was Joe Tor Torchia.
chia. Torchia.
Yes, my friends, there he was
in all his glory, poured into a
pair of undernourished black
tights and tripping the light fan fantastic
tastic fantastic nimbly across the stage
to the music of a number the
group had titled Lost Forms.
Poetic Justice. Here was I,
a member of Florida Players,
with a chance to review Joe
Torchia. Do you think Id pass
it up?
The first thing that struck
this reporter (borrowed ex expression)
pression) expression) about Mr. Torchias
performance was his dress. His
stunning black tights made a
striking match with his elegant
long sleeve white shirt and dark
tie. (Can you imagine the con consequences
sequences consequences for the tights if the
tie had been yellow?)
I must say that Mr. Torchia
carried himself well (who else
would carry him) through the
Complicated one- foot- before beforethe-other
the-other beforethe-other movements by which he
made his entrance. But I cant
help but feel that the jumps which
he attempted valiantly to execute

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later might somehow have been
more effective without the highly
audible kettle-drum thud effect
which punctuated the accomplish accomplishment
ment accomplishment of each one. (Think
LIGHTER, Joe)
The delicated expertise with
which Mr. Torchia exeputed his
movements and co-ordinated
them with the groups movements
(an element of conformity rarely
seen in his mannerisms off stage)
was marred only by the obvious
fact that he was at all times
carefully watching the feet of the
dancer ahead of him to try to
stay in step. To even imply that
Mr. Torchia may have been
unsure of himself would be a
rash assumption to be sure, sur surpassed
passed surpassed in its absurdity only
by the obviously false delusion
this reporter had that at one
time Mr. Torchia seemed to be
almost praying for help. Heaven
(if there is one) forbid!
However credit must be given
where credit is due. Mr. Tor Torchias
chias Torchias not-quite-perfect-per not-quite-perfect-performance
formance not-quite-perfect-performance could possibly have
seemed even better to the not nottoo-seasoned
too-seasoned nottoo-seasoned connoisseur of the
dance (of which I must admit
I am one) had not the rest of
the Modern Dance Group worked
diligently and dedicatedly to
equal, and in some (indeed, in
most) instances even surpass,
the standards which he set.
Whether or not Joes perform performance
ance performance by itself was worth the time
and trouble to see it is debat debatable.
able. debatable. The artistic value of the
entire program was not debat debatable.
able. debatable. It was a fine program
presented by fine dancers.
When the Modern Dance Group
presents another such program
I urge all artistic-minded
persons not to miss it if they
can.



Gators Will Ride On Pitching,Clutch Hits

By PAUL KAPLAN
Alligator Sports Editor
Florida baseball Coach Pete
Fuller announced yesterday that
Glenn Pickren, Jim Courier and
David Kahn would be his start starting
ing starting pitcher, if three are needed,
for the SEC championship play playoffs
offs playoffs starting Wednesday at Perry
Field.
The Gators will face either
LSU or Alabama in the best two twoout-of-three
out-of-three twoout-of-three series. The two
Western Division Clubs finished
in a tie for first place with 10-8
records and will meet in a run runoff
off runoff game to decide Floridas
opponent. The second and
possibly third games will be at
either LSU or Alabama.
Our pitching has been out outstanding,
standing, outstanding, Fuller said. Hie
three men we used in the 13-
inning game with FSU threw only
108 pitches this is the amount

UF Outraces FSU
In Gator Gras Run
By MIKE HOWELL
Alligator Correspondent
Once again UF students emerged victorious from a hard-fought
battle with FSU; this time in Soap Box Derby racing.
It was all down hill for ATO Don Prokes as he piloted Biggies
Box HI to an easy win over FSUs Delta Sigma Pi entry to grab the
Mens Division title at the Gator Gras Soap Box Derby, Saturday.
FSUs sophisticated challenge entry, a one-time competitor in the
National Soap Box Derby, finished second to Biggies Box which
streaked across the finish line a full three car-lengths in the lead.
FSU took the Powder Puff event as Tri Delt Nancy Knowles edged
out a strong competitor from UFsAOPi sorority.
AOPis Pat Tuck joined the ranks of Roberto De Vicenzo and
Dancers Image as her record-breaking victory run over the FSU
contestant was called back on a technicality, pusing off. In the re rerun
run rerun FSU got the edge.
, FSU used the same car for both events.
Three trophies went to the Sig Eps with their Conestoga Wagon
entry. They ran away with the slowest time title, letting their nearest
competitor beat them by over a minute. The wagon also received
awards for Most Attractive Entry and second place in originality.
Circle Ks four-wheeled coffin copped the Most Original trophy.
The FSU Delta Sigma Pi-Tri Delt entry got a second place trophy
for attractiveness.
Lost wheels and reckless driving provided plenty of action and
laughs for the crowd that lined both sides 01 *he Med Center Hill to
watch the annual event.
'Super* Fight Under Way

. ILANTA (UPI) A show showdown
down showdown battle between Miami and
New Orleans oyer the site for
the next NFL-AFL Su, Bowl
game will be resolved either
late Tuesday or early Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday.
That was the word Monday from
professional football com commissioner
missioner commissioner Pete Rozelleimmed Rozelleimmediately
iately Rozelleimmediately following the opening ses session
sion session of the combined spring meet meeting
ing meeting of the National and American
football leagues.
Both Miami and New Orleans
have representatives here and we
want to talk with them before
we make a decision," Rozelle
said. Although some other city
might be considered when we
take up the matter, it is most
likely that it will be one of
those two/

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usually thrown in a regular nine nineinning
inning nineinning game.
Fuller also had special praise
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LEON BLOODWORTH

Miami V Orange Bowl stadium
was the site of the 1968 Super
Bowl and officials of both leagues
were delighted with the sellout
crowd of more than 72,000 and the
gross revenue of more than $3
million.
There have been some efforts
to stage the '69 game in the
Los Angeles Colliseum, scene of
the first Super Bowl in 1967,
with the idea of alternating the
playoff game between the two
champions from coast to coast.
But the 67 game in Lon An Angeles
geles Angeles failed to sell out and of officials
ficials officials of both leagues have ex expressed
pressed expressed reluctance to return
there.
The Monday morning session
of the expected four-day meet meeting
ing meeting was primarily organization organizational/
al/ organizational/ Rozelle reported.

for three of his hitters that have
come around at the plate after
slow starts this year.
Leon Bloodworth, Mike Ovca
and Terry Stroemer have really
come to life, he noted. Stroe Stroemer
mer Stroemer got the big hits in the Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky series when we won three
straight, and Ovca and Blood Bloodworth
worth Bloodworth have become steady per performers.
formers. performers.
Ovca has been the teams clutch
hitter in situations when matters
looked almost hopeless. In the
two-game series with Georgia
last month, Florida went into
the ninth inning of both con contests
tests contests trailing by two runs. Ovca
reached base leading off the in inning
ning inning both times and in each game
scored one of the come-back
runs. He put on similar per performances
formances performances against Kentucky and
FSU.
As for Fullers system of pla platooning
tooning platooning his players according to
Baseball
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
* St. Louis 18 10 .643 ...
Pittsburgh 14 13 .519 3 1/2
San Francisco 15 14 .517 3 1/2
Atlanta 15 15 .500 4
Philadelphia 14 14 .500 4
Cincinnati 14 15 .483 4 1/2
Los Angeles 14 15 .483 4 1/2
Chicago 14 16 .467 5
Houston 13 15 .464 5
New York 12 16 .429 6
Pittsburgh 2, Philadelphia 1
Chicago 4-0, New York 3-10
Cincinnati 3, San Francisco 1
Houston 3, St. Louis 2
Los Angeles 1, Atlanta 0, 12
innings.

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(If you flunk, at least you'll be awake.)
Sure you've used NoDoz to help you
stay awake the night before an exam.
But have you ever thought of taking
NoDoz to make yourself a little sharper
during the exam itself?
Well, maybe you should.
Let's say you're one of those guys
who doesn't have to cram like mad the
night before. (Even so, you're probably
not getting your usual amount of sleep.)
And let's say the morning of the big
exam, you find yourself heading for
class, kind of drowsy and unwound
and wondering if The Great Brain has
deserted you in the night.
What do you do?
You panic, that's what you do.
Or, if you happened to read this ad,
you walk coolly over to the water cooler
and wash down a couple of NoDoz, the

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pitcher, it will continue in full
force through the playoffs.
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Scoreboard
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Detroit 18 10 .643
xxaltimore 16 11 .593 1 1/2
xxCleveland 15 12 .556 2 1/2
xMinnesota 15 14 .517 3 1/2
Oakland 14 15 .483 4 1/2
xCalifornia 14 16 .467 5
Washington 13 15 .464 5
Boston 13 15 .464 5
New York 13 17 .433 6
Chicago 10 16 .385 7
xx-Playing second game
x-Late game not included
Boston 8-4, New York 1-2
Washington 6, Detroit 3
Cleveland 2, Baltimore 0
Oakland 6, Chicago 0

Tuesday, May 14, 1968, Hie Florida Alligator,

Exam Pill. And before long you're feel feeling
ing feeling more alert and with it again.
You see, NoDoz helps bring you up
to your usual level of alertness, so you
don't just sit there in a fog; it's got what
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Fuller said that the entire out outfield
field outfield would be platooned. Righ'
fielder Dale Turlington has beer
hitting well but his defensive
capabilities has made platooninj
worthwhile.
Center fielder Nick Nicosia
has had a high batting average
and a fine fielding performance
to back it up, but theres a man
named Tony Dobies that is con confusing
fusing confusing the situation. According to
Fuller, Dobies is just too good
a hitter to keep out of the line lineup
up lineup when our opponent uses a left
handed pitcher. Nicosia bats
lefty.
|n left field it will be Jack
Frake and Mike Picano sharing
the chores. Frake has had the
hot bat lately and might see a
little more action. The whole
team in general has done well,
Fuller concluded. We won the
two clutch games in Tennessee,
and you cant complain when you
win the big ones.
Moore Jailed
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI)
Larry Moore, a former member
of the Florida State University
freshman basketball team, was
held Friday on two charges of
forgery.
Police Capt. Vester Kelly said
Moore was arrested Thursday
night after Daniel Zaffron of
Orlando filed a complaint char charging
ging charging that Moore had stole a gas gasoline
oline gasoline cridit card from his son,
Ted Zaffran, last November.
Kelly said the card had been
used twice in Tallahassee since
then. Moore, who was dismissed
from the basketball team last
December, was held under SSOO
bond on each count.

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!, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, May 14, 1968

Gator Netters Got The Breaks
On Way To SEC Championship

By MARC DUNN
Alligator Sports Writer
The chips finally fell into place
this weekend for the Gator
netters.
After a seven year dry spell,
they were finally able to get the
breaks and win the Southeastern
Conference Tennis Champion Championship.
ship. Championship.
A combination of good draws
and fine all-around play were
just what we needed to take home
the championship, said Coach
Bill Potter.
One bad break occured on Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Armi Neely, UFs No. 1
singles player, was upset by
Tom Mozur, Tennessee. Neely

6B Cage Schedule Headed
With Sunshine Tournament

Two Tournaments within the
state, an 18-Game Southeastern
Conference slate and a strong
field of inter'sectional foes high highlight
light highlight the 1968 University of
Florida Basketball schedule.
Gator Director of Athletics Ray
Graves announced the schedule
today. Opening contests come in
the first Sunshine Classic
Tournament, December 6-7 in
Jacksonville.
Four State schools, Miami,
FSU, Florida and Jacksonville,
meet in a pair of doubleheaders
in the Jacksonville Coliseum on
those dates. Florida faces Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville on the first night and
second night contests will match
the two winners and the two
losers from the first night.
Should FSU and Florida meet
in this tournament it will be the
lone game between the two
schools during the season.
We plan, tentatively, to
resume the series in 1970 if
FSU officials wish to do so,"
said Graves. I believe due to
incidents which have occured in
basketball meetings between FSU
and Florida this series needs
a respite. If the current trend
were to continue it could jeo jeopardize
pardize jeopardize the entire athletic series
between our schools.
Inadequate and crowded seat seating
ing seating conditions in both schools
gymnasiums certainly have
helped create the environment
for these Incidents. Hopefully

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had beaten Mozur earlier in the
season in a UF-UT dual match.
I still think Armi is the best
in the conference; he happened to
be a little off his game when
Mozur was playing real well,
Potter said. Armi has a great
future in tennis and Pm sure he
will continue to play well.
UFs No. 2 doubles team, Paul
Lunetta and Gregg Hllley, came
up with a big win on Friday that
gave the Gators the margin they
needed to win the title.
UF was out in front sufficiently
to be the unofficial winners when
Jamie Pressly and Lee Steele
were playing their final match.
Pressly and Steele were beaten
for only the second time this
season.

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these conditions will be eliminat eliminated
ed eliminated in the near future.
Graves also noted the increas increased
ed increased intersectional home game
schedule which included con contests
tests contests against Wisconsin, West
Virginia, Bucknell and Furman.
Our 18 game schedule in the
Conference, plus four games in
two tournaments within the State,
leaves us only four remaining
games in which to improve our
intersectional schedule, said
Graves. We believe it is more
benefit to our basketball pro program
gram program to play intersectional op opponents.
ponents. opponents.

The big difference between UF
and MSU was that the Gators
didnt lose a first round match.
This set them up for more pos possible
sible possible points in the semi-finals
and finals.
The tournament went the way
we thought it would except for
Armi losing in the semi-finals.
We did come back in doubles
competition and had all around
good play from the whole team,
Potter said.
The championship began on
Thursday with UF and MSU the
co-favorites. Georgia, Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee and LSU were in con contention
tention contention but not considered the
front-runners.
Mississippi State has a real
fine team and this being a tourn tournament
ament tournament rather than a dual match
was beneficial, Potter said.
We havent seen the last of
State either, theyll be at the
NCAA in June.
Four Gators will represent UF
at the NCAA Tournament in June.
Neely, Steve Beeland, Pressly
and Hilley will be making the trip
to San Antonio to do battle with
the other top teams in the nation.
The NCAA is set up differently
than the SEC. There are not
any divisions; everyone competes
in the same bracket. It is still
single elimination.
In the NCAA a teams over overall
all overall strength is better tested,
Potter said. A good draw, like
having your No. 4 man playing
another No. 4 man in the first
round does help. We will not be
favored in the NCAA not with
teams such as USC, UCLA, Rice,
Michigan and Brigham Young
competing, Potter said.
The next scheduled event for
the netters was to be the Eastern
Intercollegiate Tournament. It
was scheduled for June 12-15
but has been reset. It now con conflicts
flicts conflicts with the UF final exam
schedule and the Gators will not
be able to compete.

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'Dancers* Future At Stake
v 9*
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI) Peter Fuller and Lou Cavalaris, owner
and trainer of Dancers Image, respectively, arrived together today,
for a hearing into the drugging of their grey colt in the 94th Kentucky
Derby May 4.
The two principals in the Derby controversy said Dancers Image
is in good shape for the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Saturday.
But, whether the colt runs in the second leg of racings Triple Crown
hinges on the outcome of the hearing.
The hearing was started on schedule behind closed doors by
Churchill Downs Stewards Leo ODonnell, Lewis Finley and Jack
Goode. State Atty. Gen. John Breckenridge also sat in on the pro proceedings.
ceedings. proceedings.
days or longer. At the conclusion oi tne nearing, tne stewards
will write their decision, which will be made public.
Three deputy stewards were named to oversee todays racing
at Churchill Downs so the hearing wont be interrupted.
At stake is the future of Cavalaris as a trainer, the naming of
a new Derby winner and the entrance of Dancers Image in the
Preakness.

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