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FSU President Champion Resigns

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) The pres president
ident president of Florida State University resigned
Tuesday rather than back down in a cen censorship
sorship censorship dispute concerning a student maga magazine
zine magazine article he called filthy and obscene.
John Champion, at 45 one of the youngest
university presidents in the nation, resigned
minutes after a faculty group came within
a few votes of demanding that he step
down.
Champion wrote his resignation after an
emotional meeting with the schools arts
and sciences faculty, representing the
largest college in the 15,200-student uni university.
versity. university.
The meeting, with Champion looking on,
tabled by a 175-165 vote a motion to cen censure
sure censure the president and demand his resig resignation
nation resignation if he would not approve a student's

The
Florida Alligator
THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

VoL 60, No* 138

OConnell Proposes Forming
Special Problem 'Task Forces

By RAUL RAMIREZ
Alligator Managing Editor
UF President Stephen C.
OConnell Tuesday called on stu students,
dents, students, faculty and administrators
to establish an Action Conference
to analyze and attack particular
problems facing the university.
The president proposed for formation
mation formation of several task forces to
deal with nine major conflict
areas, at the head of which he
placed housing.
Other areas listed by OCon OConnell
nell OConnell were student publications,
ROTC, student code of conduct,
racial conflicts, student repre representation
sentation representation on university commit committees
tees committees and councils, curriculum,
campus lectures and quality of
instruction.
Now is the time for an imagi imaginative
native imaginative and responsible re-exam re-examination
ination re-examination of the UF's purpose and
the organizational arrangements
to fulfill this purpose, OCon OConnel
nel OConnel said.
We can propose and institute
changes, keeping from what we
have that which is good, he
added.
OConnell said no more than 50
members equally divided among
faculty, students and ad administrators
ministrators administrators would participate in
the conference. He said Action
Conference members would be
selected by him in concert with

I Rocky To Appear jj
At UF Monday
x New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller will be on campus :
x Monday as part of his bid for the Republican presidential nomi- j:
$ nation, according to Dean Ralph Page.
£ Page, dean of the college of arts and sciences, said Tuesday
* that plans have not been confirmed yet but that the Governor 2
g would be speaking on the Plaza of the Americas. |:j
Rockefeller will be in Jacksonville for a meeting with Repub- $
lican State Chairman from the southern states.
Page promised that plans would be completed today with an |
advance man for Rockefeller's campaign.
Officials for presidential hopeful Eugene McCarthy announced ?
$ that he would not be in town as was previously planned.

University of Florida

representatives of the Student
and Faculty Senates.
This conference will examine
the role that members of the
University community can play
in adapting it to contemporary
needs, OConnell said.
He added the proposal is to
produce the reality of change,
where change is needed.
Concerning student publica publications,
tions, publications, OConnell said a task
forced might study the matter
of freedom of expression,
freedom of press, accuracy and

Dean Cosby Hits
Coed Complaints

By SYDNEY FRASCA
Alligator Staff Writer
Hie Hume Hall Honor Councils
resolution to disregard dormi dormitory
tory dormitory regulations is a result of
a lack of communication, Dean
of Women Betty Cosby said Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday.
Dean Cosby said the members
of the Honor Council may not
realize the active role they can
play in determining the dormitory
regulations.
The resolution, passed Sunday,
charges that the Honor Coun Council
cil Council had been used by the Ad Administration

OVER CENSORSHIP ISSUE

article for publication in a campus literary
magazine.
Champion said the article, called pig
knife, contained four-letter words and was
filthy and obscene.
It is evident, Champion said, that
I no longer enjoy the confidence of a ma major
jor major segment of this university faculty.
In view of this sentiment, I hereby
tender my resignation, effective immediate immediately,
ly, immediately, he said. FSUs faculty numbers about
1,200.
We believe the president has assumed
an untenable position in over-ruling the
faculty-student committee which was ap appointed
pointed appointed under his authority and in ignoring
expert advice solicited from the faculty,
the arts and sciences faculty group said

Wednesday, May 15, 1968

completeness of information, and
the long range relations between
the Board of Student Publica Publications
tions Publications and student publications.
The student code of conduct
task force might work with or
through the present committee on
student affairs, which itself has
faculty and student repre representation,
sentation, representation, OConnell said.
On the race area, OConnell
said there are questions as to
whether the UF is properly serv serving
ing serving all population groups. He
added scholarships, pre-training

ministration Administration to enforce rules
which it deems necessary
for women.
The Dean of Womens office
depends on the Association of Wo Worn
rn Worn en Students (AWS) to advise us
on changes needed in the area of
women students affairs, she
said.
She added that this function of
AWS has been historical, and
was not set up by the present
occupants of the Dean of Womens
office.
The AWS makes recommen recommendations
dations recommendations for changes, and they are
forwarded with our endorsement.
The regulatory power rests
ultimately with the Board of Re Regents
gents Regents and this office, specif!call y,
is held responsible for offering
advice to women students,
said.
JC*
I doubt that Mr. Chester Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson is constantly wondering
what Im doing down here, she
remarked, but if there is any
problem in the area of women
students welfare. I am ultimate ultimately
ly ultimately responsible, Dean Cosby
said, referring to the chairman
of the Board of Regents.
Calling AWS and the Dean of
Women's office colleagues with
(SEE DEAN, PAGE 2)

in a statement adopted by resounding voice
vote.
It struck sharply at Champion and at
censorship in general and praised pro protesting
testing protesting students whom it called admirable
in their restraint in the light of broken
commitments.
Students, numbering at various times
from 50 to 300, have maintained a peace peaceful
ful peaceful 24 hour vigil on the lawn in front
of the building housing Champions offices
since last Thursday when publication of
the article in The Legend magazine was
first refused.
Champion was named president in June
1965, after serving as a professor of ac accounting,
counting, accounting, dean of the School of Business
and vice-president for administration at
110-year-old University.


UF Magazine
Prints f Obscenity

By DAVE REDDICK
Alligator Associate Editor
A four letter word, censored
from a Florida State University

programs, faculty and recruit recruitment
ment recruitment areas should be fully ex explored.
plored. explored.
OConnell added a task force
should examine and make recom recommendations
mendations recommendations concerning com compulsory
pulsory compulsory ROTC.
He noted student government
representation currently exists
on the Committees on Student
Affairs, Student Conduct, Student
Publications. What about other
areas? he said. What about
the establishment of College
councils?
He said task forces could also
discuss improvement of the
quarter system; the role of
students in the design of cur cur(SEE
(SEE cur(SEE TASK, PAGE 2)

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Alligator Staffer Reddick Studies Quarterly Article

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CHAMPION
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literary magazine, has appeared
in the UFs counterpart, The
Florida Quarterly.
The word, vernacular for a sex
act was ordered removed from
FSUs Legend** by resigning
.university president John Cham Champion.
pion. Champion. Students* protesting Cham Champions
pions Champions actions, begain a vigil
on the steps of the administra administration
tion administration building, and are still there.
The word appeared in the Quar Quarterly
terly Quarterly in a short story by Paul
Friedman, a member of the Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin State University English
Department.
The Quarterly is chartered by
the UF Board of Student Publica Publications
tions Publications but the responsibility of
managing the magazine is dele delegated
gated delegated to three faculty members
who serve as a Board of advisory
editors, according to Director of
Student Publications Jack Det Detweller.
weller. Detweller.
The board is composed of Dr.
Smith Kirkpatrick, Frank H. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor and Butler Waugh.
Attempts to reach any of the
three faculty members were in
vain but the Alligator was able
to talk to Michael Mahoney,
editor.
(SEE QUARTERLY,* PAGE 3)



!. The Florida Alligator, Wednesday. May 15, 1968

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Bulletin News
Sfaf#ANafional^nfernafional^News
Lynda Expecting Baby
WASHINGTON (UPI) Lynda Bird Robb, 24-year-old daughter of
President Johnson, is expecting her first baby in late October,
the White House said Tuesday.
In announcing Lynda is pregnant, Mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter said
she and her Marine husband, Capt. Charles Robb, knew about it before
he went to Vietnam at the end of March. They are delighted at
the prospect of giving the President his second grandchild, said
Mrs. Carpenter, who is press secretary to Lynda's mother.
Lynda and Chuck are expecting a baby the last of October and
are delighted about it, she said in a statement. The plans about
the baby are a personal thing. No announcements about the plans
will be made until about the time of arrival. They knew about it
before Chuck went to Vietnam.
Robb, 28, now leading a combat rifle company, married Lynda
In a glittering White House ceremony last Dec. 9. He was a White
House aide when he met and married the President's oldest daughter.
Early Nebraska Returns
Indicate Kennedy Landslide
OMAHA, Neb. (UPI) Sen Robert F. Kennedy whipped into the
early lead Tuesday night in a Nebraska primary where he sought a
clear mandate for the Democratic presidential nomination.
His fast start was largely based on returns from the vote rich
precincts of .Omaha, Nebraska's greatest enclave of Democratic
votes. Omaha has been the prime target of Kennedy and his chief
on-the-ballot rival, Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy.
Richard M. Nixon was running easily ahead in a Republican pri primary
mary primary he appeared sure to win, but California Gov. Ronald Reagan
was showing some primary muscle. New York Gov. Nelson A. Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller logged in with a small percentage of write-ins.
The vote with 7 per cent of the 2,133 precincts reporting for the
Democratic and 7 per cent for the Republican primaries was:
Democrats Republicans
Johnson 657 6 pet. Nixon 7,787 69 pet
McCarthy 3,411 29 pet. Reagan 2,639 23 pet.
Kennedy 6,270 53 pet. Stassen 104 1 pet
Humphrey 1,267 ll pet. Liberator 92 1 pet
Wallace 280 2 pet. Rockefeller 522 5 pet.
Wallace 101 1 pet.
George Wallace, the former Alabama governor, had 63 votes
under his American party label in addition to the write-in votes he
received from Democrats and Republicans.
Dean Answers Coeds

f 0M PAGE OWE
status differences/' Dean Cosby
said that there is no tension ex existing
isting existing between the two.
Barbara Klein, 2UC, a resident
of Yulee and a member of AWS
also said there Is a lack of com communication
munication communication between girls in the
dormitories and the AWS.
I don't believe there is any
basis for charges of Administra Administrative
tive Administrative interference/' she said.
"There have been no rules
passed by AWS that have not
been approved by the adminis administration."
tration." administration."
She said this is because the
changes requested by AWS are
researched thoroughly, and the
need for changes is clearly
shown.
"We put in a lot of time to

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do what we feel the students want,
and I feel the regulation changes
we request are representative of
students' wishes.
Stating that no members of the
Hume Honor Council attended any
AWS meetings prior to the res resolution,
olution, resolution, Miss Klein said girls
who are interested in their pro procedure
cedure procedure should attend the meet meetings.
ings. meetings.
Another party mentioned in the
resolution, Vice-President of
Student Affairs Lester Hale said
he is not involved in the day to
day activities of the AWS.
I don't know how you re remove
move remove yourself from something
you haven't been doing, he said.
He did note that any changes
in regulations are subject to nor normal
mal normal channels, which would in include
clude include his office.

UF Students Charged
In Motel Vandalism

By ANNE FREEDMAN
Alligator Staff Writer
Damage charges against a
group of UF students have been
filed by an Ocala motel mana manager.
ger. manager.
The complaint, filed by Howard
Johnson's Manager R. Lingerfel Lingerfelder,
der, Lingerfelder, reports damage to the car carpets,
pets, carpets, holes in the walls, and
furniture in the pool.
The complaint also asked that
the area be cleaned up before
check-out.
I am still assessing damag damages,
es, damages, Lingerfelder told the Al Alligator
ligator Alligator Tuesday. He would not re reveal
veal reveal the name of the group in involved.
volved. involved.
Task Forces
FMH PA6t ONE J
riculum and individual course;
review of campus lectures pol policies;
icies; policies; and improvement of the
of instruction,
Let us begin now and begin
with a series of concrete pro proposals,
posals, proposals, O'Connell said. To Together
gether Together I believe we can achieve
a true sense of community. I
pledge my dedication to this goal
and ask your help.

The Gospel Singer by Harry Crews 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. His craftsmanship is perfecting it." Andrew Lytle
Editor of The Sewanee Review
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ments, payments, and they cleaned up be before
fore before they left, he said.
Dean W. Harvey Sharron, fra fraternity
ternity fraternity advisor, said the incident
involves both independent
dents and fraternity men.

Jones Committee Deliberating

The Faculty Senate Com Committee
mittee Committee on Academic Freedom
and Tenure meet in secret
Tuesday to consider the three
motions before it in the Mar Marshall
shall Marshall Jones case.
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Jim Devaney, Interfraternity
Council (IFC) president, said the
charges have not been brought
to his attention.
He explained that problems go
through the dean's office, who
then notifies the IFC.

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reject the motions the case
will be resumed with more
evidence admitted. Hit
accepts any one of them, the
case will be terminated and
the Committee will make rec recommendations
ommendations recommendations to President
Stephen C. O'Connell.



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The above students were tapped
into Florida Blue Key, UF mens
leadership fraternity. They are:
FRONT ROW Phil
Frank Gramling, Les Burke,Don
Sleznick, Mario Martinez-Malo,
George Vinas, Gary Goodrich.
SECOND ROW ~ Wayne Ezell,
Tom Thoman, Chuck Arnold, Jim
Devaney, Bud Kirk, Roger Brown,

ODK Taps Three
Blue Key Members

By DAVE REDDICK
Alligator Associate Editor
Omicron Delta Kappa, (ODK),
mens leadership fraternity,
tapped new members for the next
year, Including three members of
Florida Blue Key (FBK), Monday
night.
Bill McCollum, outgoing presi president
dent president of FBK, was tapped along
with FBK members Alan Bruns Brunswick
wick Brunswick and Charles Harris.
An oath, taken by all FBK
members at initiation, states that
members will not join any other
leadership honorary.
However, said McCollum,
I dont believe the oath is bind binding
ing binding . and I feel that it is
against the basic premises of
FBK.*
McCollum said that he
envisioned a deletion of that
section of the oath in the near
future.
Blue Key and uDK are basic
complements, not rival organi organizations,
zations, organizations, he said, they both
work for the best interest of the
UF.
Originally, he continued,

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people as a reaction to FBK,
but it isnt that way anymore.
McCollum said that several
FBK members were violently
opposed to his joining the second
fraternity but that on the whole,
the chapter was behind him.
McCollum said that ODK has
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He said that several ODK
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Wednesday, May 15, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

Deposits Needed
For UF-AF Contest

Students wanting to see
Floridas first football game of
the season next fall must leave
an advance deposit for tickets
today or Thursday at the athletic
ticket office on the east side of
the stadium.
The UF-Air Force Adacemy
game will be played on Saturday,
September 21, the Saturday be before
fore before classes start.
Ticket windows for the $2.00
deposit will be open Wednesday,
May 15, from 2:30 p.m. to 8:00
p.m. and Thursday, May 16, from
1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Each student will receive a
receipt upon presentation of $2.00
and a student ID. Presenting this
receipt and a validated Fall Quar Quarter
ter Quarter 1968 fee card at the game,
a student will receive a ticket
and a refund.
Date tickets for $3.00 should
also be purchased today or

tomorrow as only a limited num number
ber number will be available at the game.
The tickets are being issued
in this manner so that students
will not have to come to the
campus during orientation week
to pick up tickets.
People wanting to sit together
at the game will only have to
stand together in line.
Quarterly
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*T never even considered the
matter as being controversial,'*
he said.
"I felt that the word was neces necessary
sary necessary and essential to the story,"
he continued.

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i, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, May 15, 1968

UF May Lose
$1,000,000
In Federal Aid
The UF may be in danger of
losing over $1,000,000 in fed federal
eral federal grants if matching state
funds are not soon forthcoming,
according to a capital outlay
report given to the State Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Councils Committee on
Higher Education.
The report was given to the
council by the university when
the council met on campus last
week.
According to the report, fed federal,
eral, federal, grants of $1,215,000 were
awarded to the UF, to be used
as soon as the matching state
funds are turned over to the
university.
If the funds are withdrawn,
the report says, the UF will
not only be unable to add badly
needed facilities with federal as assistance
sistance assistance in financing but will
also be hampered in future at attempts
tempts attempts to receive federal as assistance
sistance assistance for capital outlay
programs.
The university requested
nearly $51,000,000 to finance new
construction for the period of
1967-69, of which the state would
provide slightly under
$36,000,000. The remainder was
expected to come from federal
grants, student fees, and loans
for housing facilities.
The legislature authorized only
$5,053.00 of the $36,000,000.
Concert Set
At Twilight
Tonight at 6:45 the University
Concert Band will perform in
another of this quarters series
of Twilight Concerts.
Steve Alvarez, trumpet soloist
with the Variety and Symphonic
Bands and formerly first chair
in All-State Band, will be the fea featured
tured featured soloist.
The concert, directed by Rob Robert
ert Robert Foster, is free and will be
held on the University Auditorium
lawn.

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5,000 At UF Have Tried Marijuana

Marijuana has been tried by
30 to 35 percent of the UF stu students
dents students according to a recent sur survey
vey survey of 250 students here.
Blue Keys Dialogue sym symposium
posium symposium on Drugs, one of UFs
student-led discussions for 1968,
uncovered the facts and statis statistics
tics statistics on illegal marijuana traffic
in a two week survey by of officials
ficials officials Tom Blackman, 2 UC,
Bruce Boker, 3BA,andTom zew zewadski,
adski, zewadski, 3 LW.
Bokers survey included talks
with six marijuana users whose
estimates of students smoking
marijuana at UF hovered around
1000-1500. These were regular
users once a week or more.
When a guy sells marijuana
students usually pay from 15 to
30 dollars an ounce depending
on quantity bought, grade, and
how close the narcotics agents
are, said Boker.
An ounce of marijuana makes
about forty joints or small
cigarettes. Boker said that mari marijuana
juana marijuana differs from other
narcotics in that once you use
it it takes less and less each time
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The price for marijuana in
Gainesville is expensive com compared
pared compared to northern cities where
it comes as cheap as 80 dollars
a pound.
This weekend 12 million joints
will be smoked In the UA and
it is estimated that 675 million
marijuana cigarettes will be used
this year.
Blackman said that three threefourths
fourths threefourths of UFs users buy marl marljuana

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points in Miami, Tampa, and New
York.
According to the survey 46
per cent of the students said
they would smoke marijuana if
they knew where to get it. One
hundred forty said marijuana
should be legalized and 96 re replied
plied replied that possession of the drug
should continue to be illegal.
More statistics and infor information

by TOM K. RYAN
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( WOMANHOODS ANSWER )

mation information gathered by Dialogue
will be released at the symposium
Thursday, at 7:30 in room 347
of the Reitz Union.
In the U.S. possession of mari marijuana
juana marijuana or pot is against the law.
The plant is a variety of Indian
hemp (Cannabis sativa) which
produces hallucinations when
smoked.
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# Florida Alligator
To Let The People Know 99
KM Bmot
All Raul Ramirez Mike Abrams
a Managing Editor Eitcutive Editor
Ami/um
Nick Tatro Paul Kaplan
News Editor Sports Editor
He Florida Alligator** official position on lssuss is expressed
only la th* columns bslow. Other material in this issue may
reflect the opinion of the writer or cartoonist and not necessarily
that o t th* Florida Alligator unless specifically indicated.
Surprise
*
(Editors note: This editorial was written prior
to news of FSU president, John Champions
resignation late Tuesday afternoon.)

Surprise, Surprise,Sur Surprise,Surprise.
prise. Surprise,Surprise.
FSU president John
Champion is in for a sur surprise.
prise. surprise.
Champion, along with his
fellow administrators have
refused to allow publica publication
tion publication of language he con considers
siders considers filthy in the campus
literary magazine, the
Legend.
Students at FSU have
been protesting for almost
a week against the adminis administrations
trations administrations action.
But today the Alligator
reveals the irony of all
ironies, the UFs own liter literary
ary literary magazine, The Florida
Quarterly, is running the
same filthy word.
Used in a similar con context,
text, context, as the words were
used at FSU, The Florida

A Ray Os Hope

A long lasting com communication
munication communication lag between the
state Board of Regents and
the thousands of Florida
college students may be become
come become less pronounced in
the near future if the stu student
dent student newspaper workshop
hosted by Florida State
University last weekend is
any indication.
Regents Corporate
Secretary Hendrix Chand Chandler
ler Chandler was present at a Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning panel dis discussion.
cussion. discussion.
Originally intended to
deal with The Newspaper
Publisher and Policy, the
discussion soon branched
out into critical problems
facing students and Re Regents.
gents. Regents.
Among other matters, a
suggestion was made that
the responsibility as pub publisher

(Gentle Monday!
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Quarterly was not censored
by the UF Board of Stu Student
dent Student Publications.
We at the Alligator are
rather apprehensive at the
present time to say the UF
administration has taken a
new liberal stand on cen censorship
sorship censorship or that the denizens
of Tigert simply over overlooked
looked overlooked the use of the word
and are now too em embarrassed
barrassed embarrassed to say why the
four letter goodies were
allowed to run.
Nevertheless, there will
probably be many red faces
at FSU when they are in informed
formed informed that their sister
school to the south has run
a word which, as Dr.
Champion has said, would
disgrace the name and seal
Os Florida State University.

lisher publisher of student publica publications
tions publications be switched from uni university
versity university presidents to
Boards of Student Publica Publications
tions Publications or other parties with within
in within the universities.
Chandler seemed to be in
favor of the proposal after
it was extensively dis discussed
cussed discussed and promised to
bring the matter before the
Regents.
We are certain he will.
And we hope the Regents
will react by sincerely tak taking
ing taking into consideration this
and other proposals that
have been and might be
made by those most
directly affected by their
policies: the students.
Possibly, the Regents
will hear the voice of the
students.
Hopefully, they will begin
to listen.

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Step on your ROTC buddy's boots just
before inspection.
***
When she pours her heart out to you,
start laughing.
***
When she cooks you a meal, say, Man,
that was really great. What was it?"
***
Blow your nose just before you kiss
her.
***
Walk into Chester Ferguson's office
naked.
***
Talk with someone for a while (preferably
someone a little older) and after the con conversation
versation conversation ask him if he is a freshman.
***
When the servomation lady asks if you
want to order, look at the food and say
no.
***
Go into Royal Castle and ask for spaghetti.
* **
Ask her if her hair is real.
***
Tell her she reminds you of your past
girlfriend.
***
Go Into a hippie shop and ask if they
sell Reader's Digest.

Alligator Staff

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

If you've got people sitting to both sides
of you in class, sit all period with your
arms raised behind your head.
***
Correct your lecturer on his grammar.
***
If she's wearing a pearl necklace, walk
up to her, look her in the eye, and say
"Are those false?"
***
Ask her if she's wearing a tee-shirt
under her blouse.
***
When she's through telling a joke, say
"And then what?"
***
Tell her she looks like she just woke
up.
***
Stuff about five matchheads into the
cigarette before they light it.
***
Stare at the speedometer while she is
driving on the turnpike.
***
Start singing "Love is a Many
Splendored Tiling" to her in the middle
of the movie theater.
***
When she serves you hamburgers, feel
them to see if they are warm.
***
Tell her you love her, and then burst
into hysterics.

JERRY SILBERBERG
Campus Living Editor
KATHIE KEIM DAVE REDDICK-
Associate Editor,.
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SPEAKING OUT =^==
An Academic Illness
ARTHUR COMBS
Open Letter to Students and Faculty at the University of Florida
Dear Colleagues:
I am sure that many of you are as disturbed as I am at the anguish
occurring on the campuses of many colleges in the country today.* 1
It is a painful thing, indeed, to see fine institutions reduced to im impotence
potence impotence and thousands of students prevented from achieving the hoped hopedfor
for hopedfor satisfaction of their goals in education. There is evidence that
here on our own campus these same distressing events could occur,
and that would be a tragedy for all of us.
I think there is no doubt about it, the structure of our University,
like that of many others, has developed a hardening of the arteries.
We have not kept pace with the times. What is more, I suspect we
have been so often caught up in our own concerns that we have not
even been aware of the problem. That is our fault, a most human
fault, but hardly a vicious conspiracy, as some would have us believe.
We suffer from the same plight of all our institutions in these times,
government, public education, the church, industry, and social sys systems
tems systems everywhere.

UPDATING THE
UNIVERSITY
Our disease is the failure to
find ways to make our Institutions
sufficiently sensitive to the needs
of our members on the one hand,
and sufficiently flexible to adjust
to the speeded up rate of change
In our times on the other. There
are some who say the solution to
these problems can only be
achieved by tearing the structure
down, reducing it to ashes and
rebuilding all over again. I do
not believe that is true. I am not
yet ready to concede that human
intelligence is Incapable of solv solving
ing solving our problems or that human
rights and compassion for others
must be denied in the process
of finding solutions.
I still believe that when men are
free, they can find their own best
ways. In this philosophy it follows
that what is needed in these times
at our University of Florida is the
provision for faculty and students
alike of the necessary conditions
of freedom. What is needed now
is to update our University
structure so that it may more
adequately meet the needs of
our students and the world we
live in. To achieve these goals
I therefore propose the following
three-fold program:
OMBUDSMAN
1. I propose we establish a
University Ombudsman available
to faculty and students alike with
wide discretionary powers to in investigate
vestigate investigate and recommend action
In any area of concern to
individuals or groups on our cam campus.
pus. campus. This Ombudsman would be
selected by a committee of faculty
and students, provided with an
office in the Reitz Union and a
staff of secretaries, graduate as assistants
sistants assistants and student aides, as
needed to carry on his task.
I propose, furthermore, that
a joint committee from the stu student
dent student body and University Senate
be formed at once to meet
throughout the summer, if need
be, to establish the rules and
regulations under which such an
office would operate and that the
administration make immediate
provision for such an office in the
upcoming budget.
I believe such an officer is
essential to deal with our most
Immediate problems.
STUDY
2. My second proposal is that
the University Senate begin at
once a self study of the Univer University
sity University structure with an eye to
making our organization more
adequate to meet the needs of
students and faculty and more
quickly sensitive to the changing
needs of students and society.
This committee should be made
up of student and faculty generally
acceptable each to the other.
Once established, the faculty
members of this committee
should be relieved of sufficient
time to make this a major task
during the existence of the com committee,
mittee, committee, and, if necessary, student

members should be financially
aided if participation on this com committee
mittee committee results in a delay of their
educational plans at the Univer University.
sity. University. That the committee should
be given financial, secretarial
and Investigative support goes
without saying.
This proposal, I would hope,
would get us started on some
immediate solutions to the up updating
dating updating of our archaic overall
structure.
DIALOGUE
3. I propose, finally, that each
unit of the University, college,
department, institute, housing of offices,
fices, offices, etc., immediately set up
the machinery to enter into dia dialogue
logue dialogue with students involved in
those programs with an eye to the
solution of administrative prob problems,
lems, problems, program reform and the
development of adequate ma machinery
chinery machinery to make these agencies
more quickly and sensitively re responsive
sponsive responsive to current needs.
I believe this proposal will
start machinery rolling for the
solution of some of our prob problems
lems problems at the grass roots level.
I recognize that some may re regard
gard regard these proposals as
heretical. I dont. I do not regard
them as perfect, however, and I
would expect the suggestions I
have made might undergo con considerable
siderable considerable modification as experi experience
ence experience with them made it possible
to look at the problems with
greater wisdom. No doubt there
may be other and better solu solutions.
tions. solutions. I would be happy to hear
those, too, but something must be
done and done quickly. I, for one,
am not yet ready to admit defeat.
Nor do I believe that change can
only occur under duress. Rather,
now that I am awake I have only
begun to fight for the democratic
beliefs I hold most dear.
I am sending a copy of this
letter to the President of the
University, to the Steering Com Committee
mittee Committee of the Senate and to the
President of our Student Govern Government
ment Government in the hope that it may
initiate some action. To demon demonstrate
strate demonstrate my own good faith, I am
also hereby inviting all students
in the Department of Foundations
in Education to an open dialogue
on these matters at lunch in the
Florida Room on May 15at 12:00.
ARTHUR W. COMBS
CHAIRMAN
FOUNDATIONS IN EDUCATION
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% DISEASE JS

eugene McCarthy

Change Our Direction

MR. EDITOR:
I am writing to you in the hope that you will
communicate my appreciation to the students on
your campus for their CHOICE 68 votes.
Not only because my candidacy was favored in
the balloting am I grateful. More significant than
the success or the losses of individual candidates
in CHOICE 68 is the participation by one million
students on some 1200 campuses in the political
process. Student opinions, debated and expressed
democratically, will influence elections throughout
our nation.
CHOICE 68 opinions on military action, bombing
and the urban situation have been forwarded to
me. I note that 55.4 percent of my student supporters

OPEN FORUM:
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"There is no hope for the complacent man."
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Dissatisfied? Leave!

MR. EDITOR:
I do not expect to see this
get into print as I am not a
student here at the university
but I do work at the university
and have sat around with some something
thing something on my mind for months and
have finally decided to say what
it was.
To all of you who are dis dissatifled
satifled dissatifled with the way things are
here at the university please pack
your bags and leave! Im sure
that you could find a university
somewhere that would please you
more and things would be more as
you desire.
I happen to believe that the
university has the right to hire
and fire whomever they please
just as any other employer. The
university has the right to expect
loyalty and backing from those
they hire as well as to see that
the policies they set down are
carried out.
I also happen to believe that
the administration has the right
to set the policies and rules that
govern the students as this is a
place of higher education and you
should have come here to learn.
The universities of this country
Equal Guilt
MR. EDITOR:
In response to J.Soler-Baillos
proposals for sexual integration I
would like to add one further
point to his or her list.
Pre-marital sexual promis promiscuity
cuity promiscuity has long been the mark of
masculinity and prestige for the
male; but for the female it means
shame, guilt and social rejection.
Why not have sexual equality in
this area also?
Males boast about their sexual
adventures and conquests. They
shamelessly pursue every pos possible
sible possible opportunity. Later on, how however,
ever, however, they expect to marry an
innocent virgin. What a paradox!
Why should males expect to
marry purity when they them themselves
selves themselves arent pure?
Therefore, as another area of
sexual equality I propose equal
punishments for sexual adven adventures.
tures. adventures. If males are free from
guilt and shame females should
be also. Sexual integration is not
only important for the economic
and social aspects, but also the
psychological areas.
NAME WITHHELD

Editor's note: Some people are upset because we havent
printed any letters supporting Chester Ferguson so if
somebody will please write something nice about Mr. Ferguson,
we will be glad to print it.

have been set up for many years
and have been running and educat educating
ing educating people without your help and
can go on without your help.
You should have made the de decision
cision decision as to which university you
desired to attend and you should
have thought about the rules and
regulations that you would have to
live under when attending that
university. If these rules did not
suit you, you should not have come
here and that is your mistake.
There are many universities that
do not have the freedom that
you have here.
Think about this and when the
term is over leave if *you can not
be happy here!
ALLIGATOR
BRAINOSITIES
By LEWIS ROTHLEIN
Greetings. Here is a problem
sent in to me by the president
of a local bank, dealing with his
bank staff:
The manager, the accountant,
the teller and the auditor at our
local bank are Mr. Smith, Mr.
Brown, Mr. Jones and Mr. Fos Foster,
ter, Foster, but I can never remember
who is who. I do know that:
Mr. Brown is taller than the
auditor or teller.
The manager lunches alone.
Mr. Jones plays bridge with
Mr. Smith.
The tallest of the four plays
basketball.
Mr. Foster 1 unches with the au auditor.
ditor. auditor.
Mr. Brown plays no sports.
Can you find out which job each
man performs?
Can you get it under five
minutes?
The singers of yesterdays
songs are, in order, The Rays,
- the Coasters, Danny and the
Juniors, Rosy and the Originals,
Skip and Flip, The Five Satins,
The Turbans, Bill Haley and the
Comets, the Shirells, TheEverly
Bros., Skip and Flip, Ricky Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, The Platters, Johnny Ray,
The New Torandoes, The Four
Preps, Acker Bilk, Duane Eddy
and the Rebels, Annette Funi Funicello,
cello, Funicello, and Kenny Ball and his
Jazzmen.
Note to Mr. Entner: After read reading
ing reading your letter, my knowledge of
butts has been greatly increased,
v' Thank you.
Good morning.

Wednesday, May 15, 1968, Tlie Florida Alligator,

favor a reduction of military action in Vietnam and
29.1 percent are for withdrawal. Among students
for me, 51.2 percent would stop the bombing and
28.4 percent prefer temporary suspension. I can
assure you I shall keep these views in mind as
I try to develop Intelligent responses to changing
international relations.
The emphasis of students for McCarthy on edu education
cation education and job training in our urban reconciliation
efforts is reassuring to me in a very personal
way. Let us remain together, and I am confident
that our common cause can change the direction
of our country.
With best wishes.
EUGENE J. MCCARTHY

Thank you for giving me a
chance to express my feelings
about the unrest on campus.
MARY ANN REED-HILL
UF MEDICAL CENTER
Boot Unhappy
Students Out
MR. EDITOR:
The following statement was
taken from the May 12, 1968
column of Mr. Bill Kastelz,
Sports Editor of the Florida
Times-Union. Mr. Kastelz was
referring to a group of FSU
students who are protesting the
recent censorship of their
publications, but it seems to me
that Mr. Kastelzs statement ap applies
plies applies not only to FSU students,
but to all student protestors,
especially at the UF, who are
dissatisfied with university ad administration,
ministration, administration, policy, and actions.
Mr. Kastelz, referring to the
protestors, says I dont know
what the FSU administration
and/or the Board of Regents in intends
tends intends to do about it. But, since
several thousand freshmen are
accepted at FSU each year, while
several thousand others want to
get in but cannot, the adminis administration
tration administration might consider giving the
boot to the unhappy students,
thereby making some extra room.
That also goes for anyone on the
faculty who might think it's real
cute being a trash-mouth.
DAVID D. BROWN, SAR
A Dedicated
Butt Smoker
MR. EDITOR:
I was deeply disturbed at the
llloglc of the solution to Wednes Wednesdays
days Wednesdays (8 May) Brainosity.
Any dedicated chain smoker,
and certainly any experienced
butt-smoker, will tell you that
while it does take four butts
to make a respectable cigarette,
two butts make half a respectable
cigarette. A half cigarette is
better than none: ERGO, Seth
had one butt to dispose of before
going to bed. In my student days,
I had a little pipe for the last
butt.
I feel it is most tragic that
Lewis RetMeia should make such
an error. It shews the degree to
which the current student gener generation
ation generation has lost contact with life.
MARVIN L. ENTNER

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14 SPACIOUS rooms in house near'
campus. AC and CH, Seniors,
Graduate men and older men
-Students, Groups considered. Phone
37 8 8122 or 376-6652.
(Bl3llOt p)
SPECTACULAR Two bedrooms for
the price of one!! Village Park,
upstairs, 2Bedroom apt. Summer
Quarter only! Call 3787265.
HURRY (Bl36stp)
FRENCH -QUARTER! Sub-lease
two bedroom. Fourman, AC,
apartment for summer quarter. Call
3786650, Evenings, or come by
Apartment 90. (Bl3sstp)
SUBLET SUMMER QUARTER.
Williamsburg Village Townhouse apt.,
2bdr., I'A bath, AC, Dishwasher,
Pool, $2lO per month., or make deal.
Call 3782108 or come by apt. 124.
(81363 t
SUBLET 1 Bdrm. Apt. JuneAug.
University Gardens, furnished.
AirCond, Pool, First Months rent
and security deposit free. Call
3783534 a,fter 10:00 p.m.
(Bl337tp)
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)
QUIET ROOM for rent male
graduate student preferred. Summer
and/or Fall. Private bath, refrigidair.
May be seen from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
1614 N.W. 2nd Ave. (B-138-3t-p)
BEAUTIFUL 8 x 40 foot House
trailer with 8 x 18 enclosed cabana.
A.C., furnished, quiet location, no
pets, $75.00 per month. Call
372-4093 NOW! (B-138-2t-p)
2 BEDROOM house to sublet for
summer furnished Vi block from
campus.: Call 378-4 3 76.
FOR RENT, Large, shaded trailer
lots in all student park, adjoining
Universtiy, $25.00 per month. Call
372-5182. (Bl3sstp)
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
378-4524 Evenings. (C-136-3t-p)
TWO FEMALE roommates wanted.
Landmark Apts, for June, July and
August. Split level, dishwasher, and
pool. Call 376-7344.
(Cl36stp)
FEMALE rider wanted: To Wash.,
NYC, or points North. Leaving May
27th. Pay own expenses only. Call
378 7812 after 6 p.m.
(Cl36stp)
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.
(Cl36stp)
FEMALE ROOMMATE for June,
July, August, Apt. no. 17, French
Quarter. Call 378-5088. Preferably
from 6-7 p.m. (C-136-3t-p)
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)
GIRLS BIKE, 3-speed, lightweight,
26", reasonably good condition. Call
372-8790. (Cl363tp)
NEEDED Male roommate? Gator
Town Apt; with three students for
fall, $42.50 plus % utilities per
month. 3769161 after 7:00 p.m.,
Charles Worsham. (C-137-3t-p)
TWO FEMALE roommates wanted
for Landmark Apt. for fall. AC, 2
bedroom, on pool, dishwasher. Call
Linda Room 143, 376-9387.
ICl7stp)

WANTED
NEEDED: 3 or 4 persons to sublet
kool, Air-Conditioned, poolside. Sin
City Apt. at reduced rate for June,
July, August Call 378-3609.
(Cl34stp)
THREE ROOMMATES WANTED
TO share furnished 4 bedroom 2 bath
AC apartment for summer or longer.
One block from Norman Hall,
SIOO.OO per person for summer
quarter. Call Mitch, 3763211, Ext
5453. (Cl3B3tp)
GIRLS interested in making beautiful
Rothes. Work may be done at home,
make your own hours. Call The
Subterranean Circus, 3761583.
(C-1381tp)
BRIGHT YOUNG man with van or
station wagon to make periodic
(probably twice monthly) sales trips
around Florida for The Subterranean
Circus. Permanent employment,
wages commensurate with ability.
Beard optional. Phone 3761583.
(Cl3Bltp)
WANTED: Bridge teacher for
summer quarter, Tuesday evenings.
For information call Programs Office
J. Wayne Reitz Union. 3763261,
Ext. 2741. (Cl3B3tc)
SIOO. RENT SUMMER Quarter at
Starlight Apts. 2 female roommates
needed, A.C., 3 blocks from campus..
Call 3758553, ask for Cyndy.
(Cl3B3tp)
WANTED: One rider to
Michiganshare gas, and driving.
Leaving June 8, or later (can
arrange). Call Dick Rhoads at
372-9410. (Cl3Bstp)
HELP! Need a roommate for a
soulful dump! Rent is low, location is
bad, but the parties are groovy. Call
Hairy Tea, 3784954, late p.m.
(Cl3B2tp)
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. Tom Sawyer Motor Inn.
(Cl37stp) >
| HELP WANTED 1
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)
WANTED: ADVERTISING SALES SALESMAN
MAN SALESMAN for Florida Alligator. Must have
car and be available for summer term.
Good pay, good working conditions,
great experience. Ad majors
preferred. Apply room 330 Reitz
Union. (E92tfnc)
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)
WRUF' needs transmitter operators.
Both Ist class and 3rd class radio
telephone license required. Call Chief
Engineer, E.A. Slimak, 3723492.
(E-134-st-d
STUDENTS wanted to design,
execute psychedelic murals in near
future. Professional Level ability a
must. Intensive weekend work. Fun,
good pay. Details, 3787687.
(El2sstp)
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. (El37-stp)
X-RAY TECHNICIANS for
permanent Bs shift at student
infirmary. University of Florida.
Starting salary, $4,800. 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)

| HaP WANTED I
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)
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1961 CORVAIR 4 dr.. Hardtop,
Runs fair. Best offer under $200.00,
Call 378-4950. (G-136-3t-p)
1959 FORD, R & H, Good Shape,
$175.00. Call Mr. Gonzalez after 5
p.m., 378-1962. (G-138-It-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)
1929Model A, 2 door, good
mechanical, good body, clean inside,,
$850.00, Qtag. Cross
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-134-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, $ T 50.00. 372-5135.
(Gl36stp)
1956 DODGE CORONET, V-8, AT,
radio, excellent condition, $175.00
or best offer. 3724068 evenings or
weekends. (Gl36stp)
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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)
WANT to spend your summer in a
profitable and enjoyable manner?
THE SUBTERRANEAM CIRCUS
will stock you with everything
required to operate a sucessful Psych
shop. Franchises are available at
$2,500, the retail value of the stock
provide. Call 3761583 before
someone beats you to it.
(Jl3B2tp)
ATTRACTIVE & Personable
CoedStetson fraternity weekend on
beach Saturday 8t Sunday-Personal
interview onlyBefore 2 p.m. or
after 11 p.m. No. 53 Landmark.
(Jl3B2tp)
COTTON pickers Basket full of
Cotton picking good specials at the
SCENE next to Carolyn Plaza
(Jl3Bltp)
| LOST & FOUND |
REWARD LOST DOG, 60 lbs.
mixed-breed boxer-hound, brown,
white chest, socks. Answers to
"Spatter" Desperate 378-4417.
(Ll33stp)
CLASSIFIEDS CONT.
SEE PAGE,
APARTMENT HUNTERS
GUIDE

Wednesday, May 15, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

WHATS
HAPPENING

By DAVID CHAFIN
Alligator Staff Writer
IN THOSE WHO ARE HAPPY
TO TAKE THE ROCKY ROAD:
The UF Young Republicans Club
will convene in room 346 of the
Reitz Union tonight at 8, no doubt
to prepare a welcome for some
people that might drop by Mon Monday.
day. Monday.
IN PARDON ME IF PM
NASTY, BUT YOUD BE MAD
TOO IF YOU HAD ALL THAT
SALT WATER IN YOUR
LOCKER: David Jones will
speak at a meeting of the English
Dames at the Perry House to tonight.
night. tonight. Time is 8 p.m.
IN MAYBE WE COULD
MERGE WITH A SOUP COM COMPANY
PANY COMPANY . Father L. Cun Cunningham
ningham Cunningham will give a talk on the
subject Will the Institutional
Church Survive? at the Catholic
Student Center tonight at 8.
IN AS ARE THEY ALL; ALL
HONORABLE MEN: Oroicron
Delta Kappa, mens leadership
honorary, will have its initiation
tonight at 7 in the union audi auditorium.
torium. auditorium.

Regents Will Decide
On UFs 'Beer Hair

By PETE DILTS
Alligator Correspondent
The Rathskeller, UF's own
German beer hall, will have to
wait for June and the Board of
Regents.
At the Regents' June meeting
the question of serving beer and
wine in the Rathskeller will be
decided. They are also expected
to consider granting the
Rathskeller a liquor license and
to rule on the question of drink drinking
ing drinking on campus, explained Joe
Hilliard, 3AS, chairman of the
Rathskeller project.
Jury Duty On
For Saturday
Students notified to appear for
jury duty on Saturday May 18
will be required to appear at the
Honor Court at 9 that morning.
The announcement was made by
Pete Zlnober, chancellor of the
Honor Court, following confusion
about a story in Tuesdays Alli Alligator.
gator. Alligator.
Excuses will be granted only
for emergencies.

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AND SPEAKING OF STUDENT
GOVERNMENT: Its committee
on Junior Colleges will gather
in room 150 B of the union to tonight
night tonight at 6.
IN MORE HOME MOVIES
FROM THE GREAT IMPOSTER:
Ahdy Warhol, courtesy of Florida
Cinema Society, will share his
Chelsa Girls with us (its a
movie, friends) tonight at 6 and
8:30. Place the warhappening will
take place is the Medical Science
Building auditorium.
AND SPEAKING OF MOVIES:
18th Century Painting in Am America
erica America and Ancient Art of Peru
will be seen by white men for
the first time ever in room 103
B of the Architecture and Fine
Arts Building tonight at 7:30.
IN RASSITER RUPP RE RECITALS:
CITALS: RECITALS: There will be one of
those in the union auditorium to tonight
night tonight at 8:15 when Linda Ras Rasslter
slter Rasslter and Martha Rupp perform.
IN EVEN MORE MUSIC: The
Music Department will sponsor a
Twilight Concert in the Plaza
of the Americas this twilight at
6:45.

June is also the earliest that
the east wing of the campus
cafeteria, located next to Mur Murphree
phree Murphree area, can be remodeled to
accommodate the replica of the
German beer hall, said Hilliard.
The blueprints have been drawn
up, he added, and the actual
work will begin when the cafe cafeteria
teria cafeteria is closed for the summer.
The Rathskeller will have an
exposed beam celling, wood
paneled walls, a large bar, a stage
and will seat from 300 to 500
people, Hilliard said.
During the week, Monday
through Thursday, we will uti utilize
lize utilize amateur talent from the Uni University,
versity, University, Hilliard explained. On
Friday and Saturday nights we
will book professional entertain entertainment
ment entertainment to fit the theme. We wont
have any rock n roll groups
at all.
Hie main purpose of the Raths Rathskeller,
keller, Rathskeller, said Hilliard, will be to
provide a meeting place for the
students.
The Rathskeller is to serve
the University, Hilliard empha emphasized,
sized, emphasized, and anyone not connected
with the University will be re refused
fused refused admittance.

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i, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, May 15, 1968

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ADDRESS ALL CAMPUS CALENDAR
NOTICES Td PUBLIC FUNCTIONS
OFFICE, FLORIDA UNION

Campus Calendar
Wednesday, May 15
Fla. Cinema Society:
"Chelsa Girls," MSB
Aud., 6 & 8:30 p.m.
Twilight Concert: Concert
Band, Plaza, 6:45 p.m.
Fla. Speleological Society:
Meeting, 361 Union, 7
p.m.
AIA Film Series: "18th
Century Painting in
America" and "Ancient
Art of Peru" 103 B
AFA, 7:30 p.m.
Circle K: < Meeting, 357
Union, 7:30 p.m.
Stereophiles: Meeting, 2923
N.E. 11th Drive, 7:30
p.m. Public Invited.
Newman Club: Discussion,
Father Lawrence
Cunningham: "Will the
Institutional Church
Survive," Catholic
Student Center, 8 p.m.
Junior Recital: Linda
Lassiter and Martha
Elizabeth Rupp, Univ.
Aud., 8:15 p.m.
Young Republicans:
Meeting, 346, Union,
8:30 p.m.
Yoga: Lessons, Towers,
Bldg. C., 9 p.m.
Thursday, May 16
W.S.A.: Worqen's Honor
Day, All Day
W.S.A.: Banquet, Guest
Speaker President
Stephen O'Connell,
Union Ballroom, 5:30
p.m.
Fla. Cinema Society:
"Chelsa Girls," MSB
Aud., 3, 6 & 8:30 p.m.
Painting for Fun: Art Class,
118 Union, 7:00 p.m.
Christian Science:
Testimony Meeting, 355
Union, 7 p.m.
Gamma Beta Phi: Meeting,
363 Union, 7:30 p.m.
College of Education:
Amitai Etzione, "The
Active Society," NRN
Aud., 8:30 p.m.
Friday, May 17
Union Board: Leadership
Banquet, Holiday Inn, 6
p.m.

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Fla. Cinema Society:
"Chelsa Girls," MSB
Aud., 3, 6 & 8:30 p.m.
Union Movie: "Suddenly
Last Summer," MSB
Aud., 7 & 9:15 p.m.
Dept, of Music: Joint
Senior Recital, Univ.
Aud., 8:15 p.m.
Fla. Folk Dancers: Dancing,
214 Fla. Gym, 8 p.m.
Swim Fins: Watershow,
Univ. Pool, 8:30 p.m.
UNION BOX OFFICE
A
Tickets are now on sale for
The Boston Symphony
and Fla. Players
Production of
"Imaginary Invalid."
ADMINISTRATIVE
NOTICES
EDUCATIONAL
EXCHANGE PROGRAM:
The February Bulletin on
the U.S. Government
educational exchange
program lists approximately
sixty lectureships that are
still available to American
faculty- members for
196869 at institutions of
higher learning in Europe,
Asia, Africa, the Middle
East and Latin America.
The Bulletin also contains a
preliminary announcement
of awards for university
lecturing and advanced
research for 196970 in
Argentina, Australia,
Colombia and New Zealand,
for which applications are
now being accepted from
American scholars. The
bulletin may be consulted
at the office of faculty
Fulbright adviser, Glenn A..
Farris, International Center,
between Grove Hall and
Walker Auditorium.
FACULTY INVITA INVITATION:
TION: INVITATION: President and Mrs.
Stephen C. O'Connell
request the pleasure of your
company at a reception
honoring Chancellor and
Mrs. Robert B. Mautz and
the University faculty on
Saturday, June 1, from

BLUE BULLETIN

Blo p.m. in the Reitz
Union. There will be
dancing from 8:3011:30
p.m. Because of the length
of the receiving line, some
of the invitations that are
being sent read B9 p.m.
and the others read 9-10.
Dress is semiformal
formal, if desired.
STATE TEACHER AND
STATE NURSING
SCHOLARSHIP LOAN
HOLDERS: Scholarship
funds are now available,
Scholarship Section,
Student Depository, for the
Spring Quarter, 196768.
NATIONAL DEFENSE
LOAN BORROWERS: If
you have been approved for
a release of funds from the
National Defense Loan
Program for the summer
qua rt er, and have
p reregistered for that
quarter, your fee payment
can be deducted from your
loan. As soon as you receive
the Fee Card and Certificate
of Registration in the mail,
bring them to the Student
Accounts Office to process
your fee payment. No
money will be advanced
until the first week of June.
LOAN APPLICATIONS:
The Student Accounts
section is now accepting
short-term loan
applications for payment of
fourth quarter registration
fees.
FEE PA YM ENTS
DEADLINE is noon, June
8. In order to provide better
service, the Student
Accounts Office requests
that fees be paid prior to
May 20. Fee Payments may
be made at the teller
window between 8:30 a.m.
and 3 p.m., Monday
through Friday at the
Student Depository. Fee
payments may also be
deposited anytime up to the
deadline in the drop on the
east outside wall of the
Student Depository.

STATE TEACHERS
AND STATE NURSING
SCHOLARSHIP LOAN
NOTES are now available
for the fourth quarter.
GENERAL NOTICES
THE DANCE
COMMITTEE of the Union
Board is looking for more
members. The activities
include decorations,
concessions and planning.
Anyone interested should
apply to the Program
Office, 310 Reitz Union.
ORANGE AND BLUE
DEADLINES: All notices
for the Orange and Blue
Bulletin must be received
by 9 a.m. of the day prior
to publication. Deadlines

CLASSIFIEDS

LOST & FOUND |
LOST: Norelco carrycorder
Portable cartridge tape-recorder.
Very important to graduate student
counselor. Reward. Please call Univ.
Ext. 2003 or 372-3787.
(Ll3B3tp)
FOUND, 12 of May at Camp
Wauberg, 1 pair of GoldFrame
glasses. Phone 3785962 after 6 p.m.
(Ll3B3tnc)
LOST at Dubs. $5.00 Reward.
Wallet, green burlap with leather
trim. If found please return to Kim
Anton, 3769145. No questions
asked. (L-137-st-p)
FOUND: Ladies watch at Camp
Wauburg Easter Sunday, April,
376-2018. (Ll363tnc)

APARTMENT HUNTERS GUIDE

SUPERHOUSE Sublease for
summer 2 story, 4 bedroom, 2
bath, furnished, walltowall
carpeting, back yard with picnic
tables, $200.00 per month. Call
378-8638. (W-138-st-p)
NEED one female roommate for
Tanglewood Manor Apts, for Sept.
68 June 69, $43.75 per month.
Call Linda or Carla at 3727973.
(Wl3Bst-^f)
ATTRACTIVE modern
Air-Conditioned furnished duplex
apartment. Two bedrooms, private
patio. Available June 1, no lease.
3218 N.W. 21st St,. $115.00.
3760894 also $105.00 apartment.
(Wl3Bl3tp)

are Friday for Monday
publication, Tuesday for
Wednesday publication and
Thursday for Friday
publication.
PLACEMENT NOTICES
STUDENTS MUST BE
REGISTERED with the
Placement Service to
interview. Signup sheets
are posted two weeks in
advance of the interview
date at the J. WAYNE
REITZ UNION Room 22.
J/lay 16:
FEDERAL RESERVE
BANK-BRANCH,
Jacksonville, Fla. Bus. Sch.,
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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 Dreacher
3767210, Mornings for an
appointment and/or information. No
better service of this kind anywhere.
Call and see. (Ml373tp)
HORSES for all occasions. Western
parties, hay rides, dance floor. We
never dose. Cowboy's Riding Stable,
Inc. S.E. 15th St. and S.E. 22nd Ave.
Phone 372-8460. (M-138-st-p)
WILL DO typing in my home term
papers, thesis, etc. Reasonable rates,
call 3763261, Ext. -2333, ask for
Diane or Rhoda. (Ml363tp)
ALTERNATORS.- GENERATORS
STARTERS Electrical systems
tested repairs. Auto Electric Service.
603 S.E. Second Street, 378-7330.
(Ml3otfc)

ROOMMATE for summer and/or fall.
Village Park, $35.00 per month in
summer; University Gardens, $42.50
in Fall. Split utilities 4 ways. Call
Tom, 378-7543. (W-138-st-p)
APARTMENT BY POOL, one
bedroom Village Park apartment to
sublease for summer, attractive view.
CAM 378 B7lO evenings.
(Wl3Bstp)
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.
(Wl37stp)



RFK Financing Brought Students

By EVAN LANGBEIN
Alligator Staff Writer
EDITOR'S NOTE: Last Os A
Four-Part Series.
INDIANAPOLIS The two
newspapers here, the Star and
the News are published by the
same guy. His name is Eugene
S. Pulliam. He's a wealthy man,
and obviously has done some
traveling. But, one wouldn't know
it from his papers. They are an
extreme case of provincialism
and nativism in American jour journalism.
nalism. journalism.
Both papers severely attacked
Senator Robert F. Kennedy. They
didn't like the fact that he had
brought so many of his family
into their state to campaign. Nor
did they like his expense ac account.
count. account. They also liked their own
Governor Roger D. Branigan who
represented "moralism and
fiscal responsibility" in govern government.
ment. government.
Kinntdy Financing
RFK did spend in Indiana. He
financed our trip, paying both
gas expenses and hotel accom accommodations.
modations. accommodations. He did a lot of tele television
vision television campaigning. And, he
financed a phalanx of approxi approximately
mately approximately 6,000 college students
who came into the state to work
for him.
But in order to survive, Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy virtually had to spend. The
vehement anti-Kennedy campaign
carried on by the Indiana media
would have destroyed him had he
not gone directly to the people.
And, as Bobby said after the
election it was "a bit hyp hypocritical'*
ocritical'* hypocritical'* of the media to accuse
him of spending when they do not
grant equal time to all the can candidates.
didates. candidates.
'Empiro-Buildar
There has been a lot of anti-
Kennedy feeling already stirred
up in Hie course of this cam campaign.
paign. campaign. He has been accused of
"ruthlessness" and "empire
building." This was not the
Kennedy who campaigned in In Indiana.
diana. Indiana.
Bobby conducted a highly per personal
sonal personal campaign. He barnstormed
the entire state and spoke to
great crowds. He told them what
he feels is wrong in America.
Eugene McCarthy was also in
Indiana conducting a very
personal campaign. McCarthy too
had a host of college students
helping him 9,000 of them.
But the two campaigns were as
different as the two men.
There is unmistakably great
appeal in McCarthy. He is a man
of strong conviction. So are his
s importers. The McCarthy people
feel very deeply about the prob problems
lems problems confronting the nation, and
they fervently believe in their
candidate. There is an almost
"frenetic*' quality of support for
McCarthy which Adlal Stevenson
had in the 50s.
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McCarthy is a constructive
candidate. He elucidates the dif differences
ferences differences among the three Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic contestants. Humphrey
he calls the "great homo homogenizer."
genizer." homogenizer." Hubert is appealllng
for optimism and happiness in
everyone, he said. Os Kennedy,
McCarthy says he appeals to
"special group interests." This,
no doubt, Bobby does.
McCarthy appealed to the in individual.
dividual. individual. He would ask each and
every individual to assume
responsiblity for his country. It
sounds something like the kind of
liberalism expressed by Senator
Robert LaFollette who began the
progressive movement in this
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In Indiana, I saw great merit
in McCarthy's campaign. They
are limited in money. But, they
feel deeply for Gene. On election
night, while the votes were still
coming in, I went around the block
to the McCarthy headquarters.
Many of his volunteer workers
were crying. They had worked
very hard.
Unfair Campaign
But I knew my feeling would
have been the same had Kennedy
been defeated. And, I did not
think the McCarthy people had
been fair to Bobby in Indiana.
There is a lack of issues
between the two men. But, the
McCarthy people have tried to
discredit RFK because he spent.

Wednesday, May 15, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

Their cause becomes one of de defeating
feating defeating money in American
politics. But, considering his
personal income, McCarthy
spent heavily in Indiana some something
thing something like $500,000.
Indiana was a valuable experi experience.
ence. experience. It was illuminating to wit witness
ness witness the Kennedy forces and Mc-
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differences in personality and
style, both sides are together ir irrevocably
revocably irrevocably on the issues.
Indiana was not decisive. But,
it was not indecisive either. Like
the other primaries held this
year, I thought it showed this
country Is restive. People are
not splashing in a bath of
optimism. Rather, they are seek seeking
ing seeking change.

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Mel Ward Jim Bartlett I
Dan Sapp Bill Worsham I
Tom Stewart Arlie Watkinson I
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driver, in lieu of embarrassment, went into or under
cover hiding.

Zeta Tau Alpha
The Zetas honored 10 new
Initiates at a banquet at the
General Gaines. Sister Elaine
Fuller received the "most help helpful"
ful" helpful" sister award and Kathy
Dumon won best pledge trophy.,
Sharon Atkins was first
runner-up in the Gator Gras
queen contest and elected to the
Theta Chi dream girl court. Sue
Dedyshun is a new member of
the Sig Ep sweetheart court.
Sally Evans was tapped Into
Theta Sigma Phi, women's jour journalism
nalism journalism honorary.
Delta Tau Delta
The Delts annual Rainbow
Weekend Formal was held at the
Golden Hills Country Club In
Ocala. Barbie Bush, DG, was
crowned as the new sweetheart
of the Delta Shelter. Court mem members
bers members are: Kitty Brownell, Mary
Bates Feltham, Susan Engel Engelmann,
mann, Engelmann, and Carmen Smith.
The Kappa Delts and Delts
joined as partners for the World
University Service fund raising.
Brother Mike Hubbard and KD
Maureen Guest represented the
groups.

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Soap Box Derby

Alpha To Omega

Alpha Epsilon Phi
The AEPhis joined the ATOs
in raising funds for W.U.S.
Their recent Green and White
Weekend was celebrated last Fri Friday
day Friday with a dinner-dance at the
Ramada inn and hayrlde hayrldebarbeque-dance
barbeque-dance hayrldebarbeque-dance on Saturday.
Sherry Segerman and Ronna
Goldstein were named best
sisters; Phyllis Singer, best
pledge, and Nancy Wolf man re received
ceived received the pledge scholar scholarship
ship scholarship award.
Sue/ Stillman was elected re recording
cording recording secretary of AWS; Liz
Cowen was named to the Theta
Chi sweetheart court; and Mary
Bohn Is a Delta Upsilon darling.
Alpha Omicron Pi
The AO Pis are proud of sister
Marti Cochran who was recently
chosen National Vice-President
of the Inter-Collegiate Associa Association
tion Association of Women Students.
Sandra Fuller was tapped into
Mortar Board and Marti Cox was
elected President of the Little
Sisters of the Iris of Delta Tau
Delta fraternity.
Awards given at the Initiation
banquet Wednesday night went to
Mary Dobson, who received the
service bracelet, Ellen

Cogsill who was given the Spirit
of AOPi Award, and Connie
Blauer who had the highest pledge
class average, a 3.3.
Socially the AO Pis enjoyed a
dinner social with the men of
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. Plans
later this month include socials
with Beta Theta Pi and Phi Kappa
Tau.
AOPi beauty Bonnie Banks rep represents
resents represents the sorority as the better
half of the Beauty and the Beast
team which includes John Rice of
Phi Delta Theta fraternity.
Alpha Tau Omega
An All-ATO chorus sounded
out the evening for the Gator
Gras Minstrel Show last Fri Friday
day Friday at the Union. Paul Dee served
as co-host for the evening.
President Bob Hollmeyer was
tapped for Florida Blue Key this
psust weekend. Hollmeyer was
chairman of Religion-in-Life
Week this year and is a past
ATO pledgemaster.
Three brothers and two little
sisters have been named to the
UF Hall of Fame and to "Whos
Who ... They include: Bob
Harper, Graham McKeel, Don
Braddock, Kay Melton Lossonand
Donna Berger.
Don Middlebrooks was selected
to "Whos Who.
Mary Long, a DG and ATO
little sister, was picked as Gator
Gras Queen last Thursday night.
The Mental Health Fair was
held in Gainesville last week
and ATO provided posters and
publicity for the cause.
The annual SAE-ATO Little
Sisters Pun Bowl ended in a
scoreless deadlock this year,
marking the closest the opponents
have ever come to beating the
"Maltese Maulers.
Naturally, the SX soap soapbox
box soapbox derby was won by ATO
marking the third consecutive
Tau victory.
Good Question
ST. LOUIS (UPI)A sign at
Centenary Methodist Church
here said:
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Hippie Movement
Is Now Dying...
By MICHAEL MIGNOGNA
Alligator Correspondent
Dr. Warren Hawk, a highly reliable source in the administration,
announced today that, The hippy movement in the state of California
is dying and moving east." The basis for Dr. Hawk's conclusion
was a thorough analysis of the hippy fatality records compiled by the
Bureau of Statistics and Propaganda.
The Bureau announced that the "Army Special Forces" killed
12,348 hippies in yesterday's fighting bringing the total for the
week to 1,401,132. Even though the hippy movement seems to be
spreading, Dr. Hawk believes that, if we would just commit a few
more troops to the fighting, the war would soon end.
Dr. Hawk, during a recent interview granted to this publication,
said, "Hippy expansionism must be stopped in California or we will
be forced to fight in our own backyards.'* Being a student of history,
Dr. Hawk has set forth his brilliant thesis in an, as yet, unpublished
book entitled, "How to Play Dominoes in One Easy Lesson.*'
After letting us catch our breath, Dr. Hawk nearly gave us heart
failure when he informed us that, "We are being confronted by creep creeping
ing creeping socialism and the possibility of our grandchildren being buried
in garbage."
Facts to support Dr. Hawks contention were revealed by secret
documents of the Underground Press recently captured during "The
Battle of the Strip" in Los Angeles. It has been reported that these
documents contained fully detained plans for the infiltration of the
Garbage Collectors Union Local 1234 in New York City by hippy,
non-violent guerilla fighters dressed as garbagemen. As a result of
these findings, local union officials were picked-up by federal author authorities
ities authorities on charges of "Instructing Employees of the State to Strike by
Dropping Out."
The union officials went on trial sometime last week somewhere
in New York City and were executed sometime last night somewhere
in the city.
Dr. Hawk believes that a genocide of the hippies will be neces necessary
sary necessary to stop their subversive activities and degenerative ideas of love.
Dr. Hawk strongly emphasized that, A cultural purge of our intel intellectuals
lectuals intellectuals will also be necessary if we are to survive."
World Movers, a company contracted to move the hippies be belongings
longings belongings to your backyard, has been exposed, by the secret docu documents,
ments, documents, as a communist front organization. Representatives of World
Movers have been summoned to appear before the House Un-American
Activities Committee in the nations capital to explain their molco.
"Give us your tired, your poor, your maimed, your crippled, your
orphaned and your blacks and reds and we will move the world."
The committees main concern is to be focused on the word
"reds." All proceedings will be closed to those people attaining an
IQ score of 50 or better on the Otis Quick Scoring tests to be adminis administered
tered administered prior to the opening session.
Dr. Hawk concluded the interview with a calming prayer expressing
his faith in God and cited the strong moral support of our church
leaders, expressed in "The Papal Appeal for Peace," as proof
of our legal pursuit of justice for humanity." In his recent communi communication
cation communication to the Office of Economic Opportunity Pope Piety XII directed
the Catholic Clergy in the United States to refrain from publicly
giving assistance to the persecuted (his word, not ours) hippies.

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A-jumpin An A-singin
An A-everythin Elsen

(Editors note: tickets go on
sale today at the Union box office
for the Florida Players pro production
duction production of Molieres comedy comedyfarce,
farce, comedyfarce, The Imaginary Invalid; it
will be released upon the Con Constans
stans Constans Theatre stage every even evening
ing evening from May 20 through 25
at 8 p.m., with a special bonus
matinee at 2 p.m. on the 25th.
In connection with this long longawaited
awaited longawaited and much-heralded
event, an Elderly Micanopian was
permitted to preview a perfor performance
mance performance of "Invalid" yesterday
evening; his impressions are re recorded
corded recorded below.)
By SIGSBEE
Alligator Correspondent
Gollee Moses, when them thar
Florida Players fellers came a adrivin*
drivin* adrivin* up to our porch in that
crazy wooden car o' theirs
(Marat f s bathtub on wheels Ed.
note), Ah thought Ahs near to
bust with citement! Preacher
Wigpatch, he warned me that
them thar thee-ater people warnt
our kind o folk, but dang
burn it! Ah still craved to

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shake an eye at some o' that
play-actin' o theirs, so Ah went
along ennyway.
Waal, Ah dont 'member the
name o' that crazy play they
showed me, but Ah shore as heck
won't ferget nothin' else 'bout
it! Fust there was these fellers
at the start o the thing that
they-all tol me Ah couldn't tell
you-all about, so Ah jest better
keep mah lil ol' grit-eatln mouth
shut up good on that part.
But then the reg'lar play
started, that I can tell you-all
'bout, and dad gum it! if
that werent the thigh-slappinest
thing Ah seed since that batty
Wider Crookback won the County
Fair Three-leg Race all Dy her
lonesome away back in ought
five"!
Ah tell you! There was this
ol' farmer-type in his apple-red
long-johns, whod make like he
was sickern an ol hound-dawg
on a dawg day when hed put his
mind to it, but dont you-all be
fooled none! Nope, hes akchally
healthiern you n me put
together, ceptin maybe in the
haid.
Oh yeah, n afore Ah ferget
to tell you-all, that thar stage
they was a-usin warn't like
nothin Ah ever seed afore in mah
whole lickin life! Ah said to mah
self, "Aint nobudy gonna walk on
that thing," but shore enuf! Ahll
be hog-tied and bound if them
acter-fellers didnt go a-rompin'
on that thing like it was flattern
a cornfield before plowin!
Course, you-all gotta member,
like Preach Wigpatch said, acters
is dis rent from us nornal folk.
So, ennyhow, this here farmer
fellers got a fee-male hired hand
thats jest bout the dang dangsharpest
sharpest dangsharpest li'l ol gal yer ever
gonna wanna see! Daw-gawn-it,
the tricks she an the farmer farmerfellers
fellers farmerfellers brother play on that ol*
fool shouldnt happen to a mad
dawg, but danged it if aint still
funnier'n all get-out! Maybe that
thar Freud feller was right.
Maybe Ah shouldnt mention
this in a Christian, God-fearin'
newspaper, but the ol crows
wife-mate is a-sneakin out and
a-cheatin on him.
Now, this kind o thing ain't
kinsiderd funny a-tall where Ah
come from, but Ah shore couldn't
help a-snickerin real good a
couple o' times!
*
An y caint ferget the two
daughters neither; the young-uns
fiercern a dry bobcat on a hot
day, and t'others set her big
ol eyes on this handsome-like
singer-feller; but her daddys
wantin' to marry her up with this
other feller Ah just pi urn couldnt
figger out, so Ah jest laughed at
him.

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An* then there's a whole passel
o' medicine docters that shore do
make our vet'nary back in ol'
Micanop look like a reg'lar fetler.
Gollee Moses, if those doctor
fellers don't try the dad-burne dad-burnedest
dest dad-burnedest things on that ol' goat, an'
he takes it all lyin' down
shoutin,' but lyin down!
Oh yeah, Ah* jest 'membered
the name o that thar play; it's
"The Maginary Inv*lid," 'n*
thars lots more funny things Ah
crave to tell you-all, but them
folks at the thee-ate r said Ah
better not. Let me tell you-all,
theys so much a-jumpin' aroun*
and a-shoutin and a-singin and
a-everythin-elsen goin on, Ah
thought Ahd like as fly right
outta my fool seat! Them acters
tol me that you-all gotta pay to
see this-here play, but it shore
is worth it iffen you-all want a
good gut-bumpin laugh! Ooooeee!
A 'Best Film'
Here Thurs.
The winner of the 1961 Cannes
International Film Festival's
Palm Award" and of the 1961
San Francisco International Fes Festivals
tivals Festivals "Best Film" award will
be shown at the Reitz Union,
Thursday at 8 p.m.
"O Pagador De Promessas"
or The Given Word," is being
sponsored by the Brazilian-
Portuguese Club. The picture
with English sub-titles will be
shown without charge to the stu student
dent student body and general public.
Following the film, the
Brazilian-Portuguese will hold
the election of its officers.
SNOOPY
IN '6B
KANSAS CITY. Mo. Snoopy is running for presi president
dent president from campaign head headquarters
quarters headquarters set up here by the
flop-eared star of Charles
Schulzs comic strip. His tick ticket
et ticket also consists of Lucy, who
would be the first lady. Char Charlie
lie Charlie Brown. Linus and other
characters featured in the
Peanuts strip.
Snoopys campaign started
when cartoonist Schulz creat created
ed created a collection of election year
products for Hallmark Cards
here. It consists of stationery,
cards, party goods, and such
simulated campaign material
as posters, buttons and bumper
stickers, a company spokes spokesman
man spokesman said. The Snoopy plat platform
form platform contains such planks as
federal aid to surfing, no
homework on weekends, piz pizza
za pizza on every table and happi happiness
ness happiness for everyone.

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MUSIC REVIEW
'Rune Casters 1

By 808 MORAN
Alligator Staff Writer
Rune Casters is the name.
If you're one of those people
who likes to be in on the know
before things happen, remember
the name. The Rune Casters."
Doing a benefit show for Mc-
Carthy supporters Sunday, the
Rune Casters brought spor sporadic
adic sporadic applause throughout the per performance
formance performance and a standing ovation
when they were through.
Okay, so what are the Rune
Casters then? Thats kind of a
hard question to answer.
Theyre part folk-singers.
Well anyhow, they sing songs
like the Patriot Game,
Little One and Tear Down the
Walls which is the best song
to come out pf Florida in many
a year. (For the one or two
who may not know Tear Down
the Walls was written by
Miamian Fred Neal.)
But theyre not really folk
singers, theyre comedians on
the order of the Smothers
Brothers you know, like social

'The Odd Couple
Coming To GLT

The Odd Couple, Neil
Simons hilarious comedy about
two divorced men rooming to together
gether together and driving each other as
crazy as they drove their wives,
will be presented at the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Little Theatre, 4039 N.W.
16th Blvd., at 8:30 p.m. on May
23, 24, 25 and again on May
30, 31 and June 1.
This last play of the current
GLT season stars Craig Hartley
as the sloppy Oscar and Bill
Stensgaard as the fastidious
Felix, roles made famous by
Walter Matthau and Art Carney
respectively in the Mike Nichols
directed version which was ac acclaimed
claimed acclaimed Broadways best comedy
of 1965.
Also in the cast are Wade Lynn
(Murray), Steve Becker (Vinnie),
Rick Horder (Ray), and Bob
Sharkey (Speed) as the poker
playing friends, and Lisa Renner
(Gwendolyn) and Silva Stafford
(Cecily) as the English girls
who live upstairs.
Tom Godey, director of the play
and GLT president, said, The
reviewers have acclaimed each of
our last three plays the best weve
ever done. Theyve got to stop
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America.
Maybe theyre reciters of
poetry cause they recite beau beautifully
tifully beautifully -- such masterpieces as
e. e. cummings The Hollow
Men.
Three guys on the stage sang
The Battle Hymn of the
Republic (off key) while the
single female member of the
four-some wandered through the
audience with a hat and slogans
like, Im for God, mother and
apple pie. (The audience damn
near filled the hat.)
And if that isnt enough. They
ran through a couple of impro improvisations
visations improvisations like all-American
draft dodger and the shrink
(shades of Alices Restaurant?)
that are a take-off on the
happening of a few years ago.
Welcome happening to topical
America.
Hey enough. Youve got to
see these people*
McCarthyites have made ten tentative
tative tentative arrangements with the
group to appear on the weekend
of May 24. Theyll announce the
exact date as soon as possible.

and this is probably it, because
this is a play for audiences, not
critics. Many serious authors
have looked down their envy green
noses at Neil Simons hits, but
hes laughing all the way to the
bank and the audiences are laugh laughing
ing laughing all the way home. The Odd
Couple is a show for husbands
who claim they dont like plays,
for theatre parties to pay off all
your social obligations before
summer, for spouses who want to
laugh at each other, for divorced
persons who need a laugh at them themselves,
selves, themselves, and for just everybody
who thinks the theatre ought to be
fun!
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can be made by telephone.

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By ROBERT SADE
Alligator Columnist
The Chelsa Girls situation
boils down to this: if youre a
movie fan, youll hate it; if youre
a people fan, youll love it.
If you like nothing better than
a plot with lots of
twists and a suprise ending, youll
find twelve reels of unedited film
somewhat tedious. If you are hung
up with film technique and strug struggling
gling struggling to make a film of your
own, you will blow your stack
over what MIGHT have been done
with the footage if YOU had it.
But if you can relax and enjoy
it for what it is a group of
very strange people doing their
thing the three and a half
hours will go by amazingly quick quickly.
ly. quickly.
Perhaps, too, there is the pos possibility
sibility possibility that ones critical faculty
adjusts to the circumstances.
Jonas Mekas of the Village Voice
said of Warhols Sleep (eight
hours of a man sleeping) that
the threshold of interest drops
to its lowest point. Soon nothing
is important but the steady
rhythms of the deep slumber;
the slightest movement of
the sleeper or the camera is an
event.
These is no lack of action in
Chelsa Girls. To begin with,
the film is projected two reels
at a time, side by side on a
wide screen. When interest lags
on one side, you can always watch
the other.
The subject matter of the film,
built on the premise of peeping
into various rooms in New Yorks
Chelsa Hotel, is a parade of
characters like youve never seen
before: homosexuals, drug ad addicts,
dicts, addicts, pushers, female im impersonators,
personators, impersonators, masochists, and
beautiful superstars Andys
Girls including Nico, who may
be the most beautiful woman
youve ever seen. There is a half
hour sequence where she trims
her bangs, and youll lover every
minute of it.
These people are playing them themselves,
selves, themselves, even when they are af affecting
fecting affecting roles, and the reality is
as unbelievable as the fantasy.
For instance, I accepted the as assertion
sertion assertion of one guy that he was
the Pope about as easily as the
fact that he stopped the action

at one point and mainlined (right
here on our stage.. ). And if
you figure out whether Mary
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is a girl or a boy, please let
me know.
The various perversions are cer certainly
tainly certainly not made attractive. There
are no words in it you cant
hear in any dorm (and the ad administration
ministration administration FORCES freshmen
to listen to them).
There may have been about six
seconds of nudity in the film,

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about half way through In
the lower right hand corner of
the left screen. I was engrosed
in the bulldyke (pusher) taking
orders for cocaine on the other
screen, so I cant be sure.
But there are no apologies
due for the technique. Its cer certainly
tainly certainly not where films are going;
Chafed Elbows, the ex experimental
perimental experimental film at theUnionSun theUnionSunday
day theUnionSunday night, makes Chelsa Girls
look like the Huntley Brinkley
report. But go see it, because
it will certainly be your only
chance at the price (750, and
because when they put Warhol's
film (and possibly Warhol) in a
time capsule to represent our
era, you will be able to truth truthfully
fully truthfully say that you were a part of
the Great Put-On of the Sixties.



Rested Gators, f Flying tide Start Finals

By KAPLAN
Alligator Sports. Editor
For decades, sports personal personalities
ities personalities have argued over the ques question
tion question of whether its better to go
Into a contest fresh with a few
days rest, or a little tired, but
with the spirit of competition still
fresh In the players* blood.
The question may be answered
In part today at 3 p.ro., when the
Florida baseball team takes on
Alabama here In the first game
of the SECs East-West cham championship
pionship championship playoffs.
The Gators go Into the con contest
test contest fresh, having been Idle since

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ST. LOUIS (UPp Presidents
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league majorleague baseball map in a shape
that could hold for many years.
The American League has
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teams with new franchises In
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last Saturday when they toppled
Tennessee 6-1 for their second
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Alabama, however, has not had
the luxury of rest if you would
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end, weekend, the Tide played three games
with Western Division rival LSU
In an attempt to sew up their
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travelling to Gainesville for to todays
days todays game. In short, they must
be a little tired.
But Is this a disadvantage or
not? Certainly Alabama is psy psychologically
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Cincinnati 14 15 .483 4 1/2
xLos Angeles 14 15 .483 4 1/2
xChicago 14 16 .467 5
Houston 13 15 .464 5
New York 12 16 .429 6
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Baltimore 16 12 .571 2
Cleveland 16 12 .571 2
Minnesota 16 14 .533 3
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waiting to find out who their op opponent
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with LSU.
Mike Innes has been the Crim Crimson
son Crimson Tides top hurler this season,
as he has compiled a 6-0 mask.
Alabamas overall record for the
year is 22-11, and 11-8 in the
SEC. Eddie Propst will probably
pitch either the first or second
game; his mark is 7-3.
Moss who was the hero in toe
playoff game, is Alabamas lead leading
ing leading hitter with a .346 average.
Shortstop J. C. Ranelli is next
with a .287 count on the year.
Florida will probably go into
the series as favorites, as they
compiled a better season record
in what most consider the tougher
half of toe conference. But there
is no telling what will happen
when two teams meet for the first
time; the teams in the Eastern
and Western divisions of toe SEC
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, So its a rested Florida team
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, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, May 15, 1968

SEC Tourney This Weekend-Could UF Win?

Florida will be travelling to
Alabama this weekend for the
SEC Championships, but if the
cindermen intend to equal the
success of their tennis and base baseball
ball baseball cousins, theyve got their
work cut out for them.
This year, the name of the
game is speed, and the name of
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Event for event, the latest SEC
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the first jumper in the SEC
ever to have gone over seven
feet, and Tennessees Karl
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back at 6-10 3/4. Neither
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with this years best time cur currently
rently currently being held by Auburns
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Grover Howard astonished
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one inch earlier, and went 48
-3. If Howard can equal this
feat this weekend, UF will at
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presently held by Tennessee. Au Auburn
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UF, however, has the shot put
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in both events, and no one else
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Mike Burton recently uncorked
a 230 javelin effort, but it still
only strengthens his hold on
second place. First place goes
to Tennessee, where Bill Skin Skinner
ner Skinner has thrown 247-3.
The 100-yd. dash belongs to
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