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Vol. 60, No. 142

Rockefeller Proposes
Revised Draft System

By EVAN LANGBEIN
Alligator Staff Writer
New York Governor Nelson
A. Rockefeller proposed a new
one-year lottery for 19 year yearolds
olds yearolds as a substitute for out an antiquated
tiquated antiquated draft system.
Speaking Monday before ap approximately
proximately approximately 3,000 at the Plaza
of the Americas, the Republican
Presidential aspirant said the
draft is out of step with the
times and unrelated to the life

OConnell Grilled
By Students, Faculty

By EUNICE MARTIN
Alligator Correspondent
UF President Stephen C. O'-
Connell, sipping a Coke on a
platform in the Plaza of the Am Americas,
ericas, Americas, Monday was grilled by
students and faculty who sought
his opinions on civil rights and
university unrest.
In his first public confronta confrontation
tion confrontation with several hundred stu students
dents students since he became president
in October, O'Connell called for
support for his newly-organized
but as yet unconstituted Action

A GENTLE DIFFERENCE

Classes In The Shade

By NICK TATRC
Alligator News Editor
Hundreds of students moved
from the sweltering classrooms
Into the pine-tree shade of the
Plaza of the Americas to cele celebrate
brate celebrate Gentle Monday and await
Gov. Nelson Rockefeller.
It was a peaceful day.
The tension of the turbulent
quarter melted away with the
smiles of relaxation, and a no noticeable
ticeable noticeable calm descended on the
campus.
A rainbow of red balloons hail hailing

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DAY OF PEACE

Gentle Monday looked like
scattered love-ins around the cam campus
pus campus Monday as UF professors took
their classes out to the sun. The
world of knowledge became a little
less stuffy and maybe a little more

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida

we're living.
He said the draft is the same
as it was during the Korean
War. But, he said now we have
three times as many youth, and
"there is no reason why young
people should be liable to the draft
for eight years, unable to plan
their lives.
Rockefeller said at 19 all men
should be placed in a lottery.
If they desire to go to college
It could be delayed until they get
their bachelor's degree, then they

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Conference to study UF prob problems.
lems. problems.
But vocal students and faculty
were more concerned with O'-
Connell's opinions than a com committee
mittee committee study because he
has the power said David
Noble, Student Board of Inves Investigation
tigation Investigation (SBI) spokesman.
O'Connell's hour long appear appearance
ance appearance in the noon-day sun was
part of a Student Government Governmentsponsored
sponsored Governmentsponsored Gentle Monday pro program
gram program to ease tensions between
administrators, faculty and stu stu(SEE
(SEE stu(SEE O'CONNELL PAGE 2)

ing hailing Rocky for President looped
high into the air over the strewn
bodies of holiday minded stu students.
dents. students.
Florida players dressed in
clown costumes and masks leaped
about passing out candy and
love* . Blues guitarists twanged
their steel strings and choked
the air alternately with love ly lyrics
rics lyrics and mourning sounds.
There were campaign signs,
buttons and posters for Rocky,
Sen. Robert F. Kennedy and Sen.
Eugene McCarthy. There were
beads, straw hats and sun dres dresses.

gentle.
The aura of peace and calm
seemed to descend and surround
the plaza. The restlessness of the
quarter system vanished in the
mist of Gentle Monday.

Tuesday, May 21, 1968

would go into the lottery. They
would remain in the pool no more
than a year.
This would make the system
absolutely fair and would not sub subject
ject subject young people to extended lia liability,
bility, liability, Rockefeller said.
Rockefeller said the most
serious problem in the UJS. to today
day today is that the concepts and ac actions
tions actions of too many of our insti institutions
tutions institutions are increasingly unrelat unrelated
ed unrelated to the realities in which we
live.
Besides the draft, Rockefeller
cited the voting age and the drink drinking
ing drinking age as unrealistic. He
said both should be lowered to
18. It is true that if you're old
enough to fight you should be old
enough to vote and to drink. We
need youth's idealism, under understanding.
standing. understanding. faith and ability to adapt
to changing conditions. We need
youth participating in the political
life of America, he said.
He said it has been the reac reaction
tion reaction to frustrations by some of
our urban poor which has
brought America face-to-face
with the realities.
As many of our rural areas
became increasingly indus industrialized,
trialized, industrialized, Negro sharecroppers
migrated to our Northern cities.
These people have gotten teIe teIe(SEE
(SEE teIe(SEE 'ROCKY' PAGE 2)

ses. dresses. And there were no parking
tickets or library fines for the
day of gentleness.
Paula Roney, 2UC, stood with
an armful of multicolored Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller balloons.
I love Gentle Monday/* she
said. You can just tell the cam campus
pus campus is excited; it's a new atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere lve enjoyed myself im immensely.
mensely. immensely.
John Mclntyre, 2UC,sat listen listening
ing listening to a folk trio.
This is a pretty sharp idea,
he said. It wouldve been fine
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ROCKYS DAY
Over three thousand people (top picture)
waited in the sunshine under a rainbow of
balloons Monday for Governor Nelson Rocke Rockefeller.
feller. Rockefeller.
Rockefeller shook hundreds of hands and
signed scores of autographs before and after
his speech for his UF admirers.
[Guevara Document
I Is Studied Here
By NICK TATRO
Alligator News Editor
An unpublished revolutionary tract which may have been written
by Cuban Guerilla Che Guevara and which was found in Bolivia near
where Guevara was killed is being studied for authenticity by 25
graduate students at the UF.
Guevara was one of the top leaders in the Cuban Revolution and
reputed to be Fidel Castros right-hand man. He was killed in an
ambush on Oct. 9, 1967, in Bolivia while engaged in guerilla activity.
The 10-page document deals with revolutionary fronts and tactics,
and has been translated into English by the students.
At least a portion of the tract was delivered to the Tri-Continental
Congress by Guevara in the early 1967. It contains short references
to Vietnam which have been deleted, according to Jerry Buttrey,
a doctoral candidate in history.
Like Regis Debray's work it contains few references to the
Communist party and stresses non-ideological revolution, Buttrey
said.
The question is whether the document is written by Guevara or
about him, Buttrey said.
It does contain certain anachronisms and mistakes. If it is
authentic, it must have been written at different times, he said.
The UF graduate students are using the article as a exercise in
a historical method course, checking it for consistency of style,
time and thought content.
(SEECHE'PAGE 2)
OConnell Seeks Nominees
For UF Action Conference

UF President Stephen C. O'-
Connell has urged students, fa faculty
culty faculty and administrators to join
in the Action Conference, to re reexamination
examination reexamination the UF's purpose.
Responsible persons'* on
campus are invited nominate
themselves or others for service
at this conference.
Nominations for students
should be addressed to Clyde
Taylor, president of the student
body. Nominations of the faculty

members should be addressed to
Dr. Vynce Hines College of Edu Education.
cation. Education.
Nominations for the adminis administrators
trators administrators should be addressed to
O'Connell in writing. Nominees
must be available to participate
during the summer quarter. How However,
ever, However, they do not have to be en enrolled
rolled enrolled or working for the uni university
versity university during the summer quar quarter.
ter. quarter.
Nominations should be sub submitted
mitted submitted by Friday, May 24th.



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!, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, May 21, 1968

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visions. They see the opportuni opportunities
ties opportunities America offers, and they
don't share it," Rockefeller said.
When Rockefeller announced to
the audience that he had huddled
earlier in the day with Got.
Claude Kirk, be was greeted with
loud jeers. "Well, you elected
him; I didn't," Rocky responded.
He said be bad not entered the
GOP Presidential race to detract
from the man opposing him: ex-
Vice President Richard M. Nixon.
He said he "wanted the party
to have a choice," and he Is
conducting a positive campaign.
"I think I surprised some
people by bringing my campaign
South. But, I am going to go all
around the states In the South and
let them know they have a
choice" Rocky vowed.
Rockefeller also said:
Draft Director Lewis B. Her-

Gentle Day Calms
Troubled Campus

FROM HU Ollt
except none of my classes met
outside."
Quite a number of professors
Invoked the ghost of Socrates and
sat crosslegged under trees hold holding
ing holding classes in French, English,
and American Institutions. And a
lot of students were on a sort
of peaceful strike, cutting clas classes
ses classes to take in the blue sky and
camaraderie.
One of the few tense moments
of the day occurred in the plaza
at noon when UF President Ste Stephen
phen Stephen C. OConnell held an infor informal
mal informal question and answer session
with students and faculty as part
of the Student Governments "In "Intercourse"
tercourse" "Intercourse" program.
Confronted by activist David
Noble and others, OConnell
spoke of touchy controversies
surrounding housing, the Boyer
incident, compulsory ROTC and
censorship.
But OConnell kept his cool
and the general consensus among
students was that the exchange
helped understanding.
And then there was Rocky. He
came leaping off a table, smiling
and shaking hands. There was
some irritation with his late ar arrival,
rival, arrival, but he soon put the crowd
of 3,000 plus at ease and drew
heavy applause by saying "I be believe
lieve believe in compulsory ROTC for
the faculty."
He was surrounded with signs
that read, "Root For Rocky,

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LABELED ANTIQUATED

Rocky Slams Draft

s hey is a symbol of the draft
system. H declined "to belittle
the man," but said that If the
draft laws were altered Hers hey
"would probably retire."
f Our involvement in Vietnam
are not attuned to the realities.'
He said it is "net a war of com communist
munist communist aggression spreading ac across
ross across national frontiers, but a war
of national liberation to disrupt
the government.
World public opinion solidly
wants an end to the war. He
said an "honorable peace which
upholds die concept of self-deter self-determination
mination self-determination may be obtained soon.
9 The Pueblo incident was "ev "evidence
idence "evidence of the fact that the U.S.
Is overextended around the world
and not able to live up to its
commitments. "I was shocked
that our government could not
come up with a single imaginative
or creative proposal during the
crisis."

"Rocky Si; Dicky No, "Nix
on Anybody But Rocky.
But Rocky hit the tone of the
day accurately when he looked
around and said, "Your beauti beautiful
ful beautiful campus would make a good
neutral site for the Columbia
University peace talks."
He was right; the student Gov Government
ernment Government sponsored Gentle Mon Monday
day Monday was a day of peace. A plus
for a troubled campus.
Kelly Files
Suit Against
Sen. Smothers
Floridas Sen. George Sma Smathers
thers Smathers name may be removed
from the May 28th Florida pri primary
mary primary ballot as the result of a
court suit filed yesterday by
ex-state senator Scott Kelly of
(Cak^Hnd.
In the first such suit ever
filed in the United States, Kelly
charged that Smathers, as a fav favorite
orite favorite son candidate, "permitted
his name to be used on the ballot
with full knowledge that he was
not, In fact, a serious candid candidate
ate candidate for the presidency of the
United States."
Kelly filed the suit in Leon
County Circuit Court where sev several
eral several hours later Judge W. 'May
Walker ordered Smathers to re remove
move remove his name or show why it
should not be removed.

A He would not support any
guaranteed national wage.
He supports open housing
which be said was passed in New
York State six years ago.
A- Privateenterprise should
be brought back into the ghetto.
The federal government is long
In programs and short on
money,* he said. It should be
"concerned with areas where it
may perform well," and let
people at local areas do the rest.
Rockefeller said be has been
connected with the administrative
branch at government at the state
and federal level his entire
career in public life. On the
contrary, he said "four of the
other candidates are legislat legislators,"
ors," legislators," and have not been concern concernl
l concernl ed with carrying out executive
functions in government.

Che Guevara Article
Studied On Campus

FROM PAH (Hit
The document allegedly passed
from Guevara to the mayor of
La Gunillas, a small town in
Bolivia about 100 kilometers
from Guevara was killed.
The mayor reportedly gave it
to Lamar Cranston, an anthro anthropology
pology anthropology student supposedly from
Cornell, who brought the tract
to the United States, Buttrey said.
Cranston gave it to the UF
because of the extensive Latin

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OConnell Rapped
By Students, Faculty

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dents through comm unication and
relaxation. Many professors held
classes outside.
On compulsory ROTC at the
UF, the president said: "I think
it should be all compulsory, or
all voluntary at the state insti institutions."
tutions." institutions." (Military training is
voluntary at Florida State Uni University
versity University and the University of
South Florida.) OConnell added
that if Indications are "that this
country no longer needs ROTC
graduates, I would favor its abol abolishment
ishment abolishment here."
Concerning the Board of Re Regents,
gents, Regents, the former Supreme Court
Justice said he has not received
"any edicts handed down from the
Board of Regents telling me to
tell you how to proceed."
Asked to explain his relation

American research facilities
here.
Efforts by the head of Latin
American Studies, Dr. Lyle Mc-
Allister, to verify Cranstons
association with Cornell Univer University
sity University have failed, and he apparently
is not a student there.
Buttrey said that after the
document was evaluated it would
be given to the University of
Miami which is collecting all
of Guevaras works.
Indications are that the stu students
dents students will make a final decision
on the validity of the document
this week, McAllister said.

vis a vis the students and the
Board of Regents, O'Connell
answered that he was concerned
with purposes, not structures."
To other questions, OConnell
answered that any student has
the right to see his university
of no secret files," that have
alleged to exist in Tlgert Hall.
He said, This is a free and
open university," and concluded
that police and law enforcement
officials are allowed to come to
campus, as they have in the past
to investigate.
O'Connell repeated his pre previously-stated
viously-stated previously-stated position that any anyone
one anyone may speak on campus as long
as he does not advocate a breach
of law and overthrow of the
government.
O'Connell talked some about
the University's financial situ situation
ation situation and the $lB million worth
of buildings to be completed on
campus by September.
OConnell said he would wel welcome
come welcome student requests for change
in the UF as long as the com complaint
plaint complaint and the demand were rea reasonable
sonable reasonable ones."
This university is the least
appreciated of any I know," the
president said. He urged every everyone
one everyone to be proud of the UF"
and not to knock it without
cause.
Take a little time to boost
it," he said. In doing that you
will boost yourself."
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Team Members Want
Spring Football Practice

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Second in a
three part series.)
By 808 PADECKY
' Alligator Staff Writer

All of UF's top varsity foot football
ball football coaches like the idea of not
having spring practice. They
point to several reasons, all
concerned with the athlete. Hiey
say they are doing it for the
athlete.
But what about the athlete.
Does he think the coaches are
doing him a favor? Generally
speaking, no. Most of the foot football
ball football players like the spring set setup.
up. setup.
But it took a few minutes for
them to say anything substan substantial
tial substantial they were taken by suprise
at the idea. Richard Trapp's
opening comments were the most
typical.
The coaches really want to
abolish spring practice, huh?
That's news to me.
Brian Hlpp, one of the top run running
ning running backs, was equally taken
aback.
I really don't know what to
say," Hlpp said. It's kind of
a shock, you know."
But after a few minutes, the
players made some interesting
comments.
Nothing really ever comes of
spring practice,'' said Trapp, a
pro prospect in two sports. Oh,
sure for the first couple of days
it's okay, but then after that it
drags out.
Then comes the lazy hitting
and stuff like that,'' Trapp ended.
* Somebody really ought to change
spring practice a little."
While most of the players re reflected
flected reflected Trapp's comment that
spring drills ought to be changed,
they liked the idea of keeping them
in the spring, and not moving them
to the fall.
I really don't have any strong
feelings either way," said
quarterback Larry Rentz, but it
would be too dad-gum long in the
fall, with two-a-day drills and
all."
Hlpp, on the other hand, liked
the idea of the fall scrimmage.
I could play 12 months a year
really," Hlpp said. I like
football that much."
But the most expressive of all
the players interviews was first firstteam
team firstteam defensive end Britt Skri Skrivanek.
vanek. Skrivanek.
Shoot man, I think snring is
great the way it is now," Skri Skrivanek
vanek Skrivanek said.
UF Coed Is
'Miss Smile
Sandy Stallngs is all smiles
today.
And she has good reason to
be. Sandy put her double-dimpled
smile to work for her and has
won Maas Brothers Miss
Smile" for Gainesville.
In later competition she won
Miss Smile of West Coast
Florida."
Soon she will be off to beau beautiful
tiful beautiful Hawaii* On July 8-12, she
will compete with 40 other girls
from different states for national
smile titles. There she will vie
for Most Refreshing Smile"
sponsored by Coke, Most Photo Photogenic
genic Photogenic Smile" by Eastman Kodac,
Inter-Island Smile" by Kauai
Surf Resort t and Underworld
Smile" sponsored by Jansen and
won last year by the Florida
smile girl.
A 21-year-old senior in ele elementary
mentary elementary education, Sandy has a
lot to smile about these days.
Copping the Gainesville title over
36 contestants and West Coast
title over 9 others'.

ANALYSIS

It used to be really bad when
I was a freshman," Skrivanek
continued.
But now we've got a good way,
the first team plays against
everybody else, and not against
each other."
Most of the players were in
agreement with Skrivanek that
this year's drills were the most
lively." But there was still
something missing.
Naturally you don't get fired
up like you do in the regular
season," said Larry Smith,
All-America tailback. You
really have nothing to look
Steve Tannen, candidate for
all-conference next fall as a
defensive halfback, added another
comment.
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Tannen said. It's hot, lousy

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wants to. But you have to, to
keep up with everybody else."
One of Tannen* s closest
friends, Paul Maliska, another
defensive halfback, added,
everybody would like to be at
Wauburg or the beach.
Maliska added there should be
some type of organization in the
spring.
Maliska added that practice
is not to show how good you are,
but to show how bad."
One of the coaches' chief rea reasons
sons reasons for abolishing the spring
drills is that too many players
get injured because they are in
insufficient physical condition.
Iflpp doesn't think so.
I think that we're in fairly
good shape," Hlpp said. We run
at the stadium every day that we
don't dress out."
Maliska mentioned that no
matter what kind of shape you're
in, there are some injuries you
are going to get anyway."

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W HATS
HAPPENING
By DAVID CHA FIN
Alligator Staff Writer
IN THE ORIGINAL GROUP TO
BE BAND IN BOSTON: The
Boston Symphony Orchestra will
be rockin out at UF today through
Friday. The group's concerts will
be In the University Auditorium
at 8:15 each night.
IN FLORIDA PLAYER'S
MEDICAL MADNESS: It con continues
tinues continues on through Saturday, and
gets worse with each madcap per performance
formance performance of Moliere*s Im Imaginary
aginary Imaginary Invalid. If you want to
share In the hypochondrical hap happiness,
piness, happiness, there will be a perfor performance
mance performance of Invalid every evening
at 8, plus one matinee, Saturday
at 2 p.m.
IN CHILDREN SHOULD BE
SEEN AND NOT HURT: Dr. John
M. Newell will speak on the
Self Fulfilling Prophecy in
Physical Education at a meet meeting
ing meeting of S.A.H.P.E.R. In room 346
of the Reitz Union tonight at
7:30.
IN WELL,, WHAT DO YOU
WANT TO SEE FIRST GOD'S
LITTLE ACRE' OR REBECCA
OF SUNNYBROOK FARM*?:
The American Society of Agri Agricultural
cultural Agricultural Engineers shows films
at its meeting in the Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Engineering Building at 7:30
p.m. tonight.
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McCarthy supporters in
Gainesville issued a stinging re rebuke
buke rebuke Sunday to the UF Young
Democrats Club for what the
McCarthy people called implied
partisanship in the Democratic
Presidential primary.
Skip Livingston, 7AS, who is
co- chairman of the local
McCarthy for President Commit-
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tee, said toe speech Monday
night by Scott Kelly, which the
Young Democrats are spon sponsoring,
soring, sponsoring, and toe publicity posters
for the speech, indicate acciden accidental
tal accidental or deliberate endorsement
of the unpledged slate of presi presidential
dential presidential electors which Kelly
heads.
Three slates of presidential
electors are vying for the sup support
port support of Democratic voters in toe
May 28 primary. In addition
to Kelly's unpledged slate are
slates of electors pledged to
either Senator Eugene McCarthy
or favorite son candidate Sen.
George Smatoers. The winning
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forbids toe club from endorsing
any candidate or slate other than
the party's chosen nominee.
The McCarthy committee is issued
sued issued a complaint saying, speci specifically
fically specifically that:
the publicity posters, which
are signed by the Young Demo Democrats,
crats, Democrats, could be interpreted as
an endorsement of a slate led
by former Senator Scott Kelly
. . some posters advertising the
program were affixed with a
Kelly campaign sticker. . and
that the text of the posters sug suggested
gested suggested that Florida should send
an uncommitted slate to the
Democratic presidential conven convention.
tion. convention.
that no invitation was ex extended

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mittee Committee or supporters of theSma theSmathers
thers theSmathers slate to explain their po positions.
sitions. positions. Hie announcement of
ex-Senator Kelly's speech occur occurred
red occurred Friday, May 17, too late for
the other committees to arrange
for "rebuttal speakers of similar
stature.
In response to the McCarthy
supporters complaint, Clyde
Killer, president of the Young
Democrats, said the McCarthy
supporters could distribute a
statement and have a speaker
from the local committee present
at Kelly's speech to answer ques questions
tions questions about McCarthy's can candidacy,
didacy, candidacy, Livingston said.
Killer could not be reached
for comment about the dispute.



UF Libraries in The Poorhouse

By ROY MAYS
Alligator Staff Writer
Because oT an inadequate
budget for the past two years,
the UF library system is
presently in deep trouble.
In the 68-69 budget both FSU
and the University of South
Florida will each get $600,000
for purchase of new books, perio periodicals
dicals periodicals and bindings. UF will re receive
ceive receive only $440,000, even though
UF has more students, more
fields of study, and operates
more branch libraries than the
other two schools combined.
The $440,000 will have to be
divided proportionally among
nine of the twelve UF libraries
including the two main libraries.
Only the health center, agricul agriculture
ture agriculture and law libraries receive
separate appropriations.
Dr. Robert D. Walker, chair chairman
man chairman of the Library Committee
and Professor of Chemical En Engineering,
gineering, Engineering, pointed out that
Journal, as well as book pur purchases
chases purchases suffer because of the cur current
rent current lack of funds.
We have been unable to allow
for purchase' of any new sig significant
nificant significant Journals. The College
of Engineering for example, had
money for only 30 new books for
each of its 12 departments last
year.**
Dr. Walker added that this
represents only about two per percent
cent percent of the Important new titles
being printed each year.
Our present limited funds,
Dr. Walker said, means we must
screen and rescreen potential
purchases to the point of caus causing
ing causing inefficient use of staff time.
According to Acting Library
Director Dr. Margert K. Goggin,
catching up will cost an additional
$50,000 to SIOO,OOO in order to
cover rising book costs.
For the past two years the
budgets requested by the UF
libraries have been $900,000 each
year. Dr. Goggin said this is
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Jim Moody, recently named
editor for the Seminole, the UF
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is acoepting applications for eight
editorial positions for the 69
yearbook.
Applications may be filled out
at the Student Publications desk
on the third floor of the Reitz
Union. Moody asked that appli applications
cations applications be submitted before Fri Friday.
day. Friday.
Applicants will be contacted by
Moody, who says that previous
experience in yearbook work is
desirable but not required.
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This budget, reduced by the
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UF libraries contained 1,147,771.
Fifteen of the universities ranked
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continue to drop unless sufficient
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sense that they are exceptional
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To Let The People Know 99
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Steve Hull
m ~ r
Raul Ramirez Mike Abramt
Mick Tatro Paul Kaftan

Our Library Crisis

Newspapers throughout Florida
carried the news Monday that
Governor Claude Kirk is scheduled
to move back into his offices after
having a $256,000 remodeling
project completed.
The Associated Press reported
that the Governor need only
push a button and the expensive,
motorized drapes open or close.
It is significant, however, that
the report also said a fireplace
has been ripped out and replaced
with bookcases, filled for the time
with borrowed books.
It is quite apparent that Gov.
Kirk did not borrow the books
from UFs libraries, for a report in
todays Alligator says Dr. Robert
D. Walker, chairman of UFs
library Committee, pointed out
that book purchases suffer
because of the current lack of
funds.
For the past two years the
budgets requested by the UF
libraries have been $900,000 each
year. Dr. Margaret K. Goggin,
acting library director, said this is
the minimum needed just to
keep in the same position.
$
In the 68-69 budget, both FSU
and the University of South
Florida will each get $600,000 for
purchase of new books,
periodicals and bindings. UF will
receive only $440,000, even
though UF has more students,
more fields of study and operates
more branch libraries than the
other two schools combined.
Because of an inadequate
budget, the UF library system is in
deep trouble.

Gentle Monday was a success in
a lot of ways. It provided enter entertainment,
tainment, entertainment, enlightenment, and an
understanding between
students, faculty and administra administration.
tion. administration. Brought things, literally,
out in the open.
There was one aspect, however,
that made this Gentle Monday
something less than gentle.
That was the merciless and
angry grilling of President Stephen
C. OConnell. Many of O Con Connells
nells Connells questioners were neither

Not So Gentle

When the $254 million
education spending program was
approved in late February by a
special session of the Florida
Legislature, President Stephen
OConnell said it will correct in
large measure financial woes at
UF.
OConnell said the increase will
help UF to catch up on library
adquisition and possibly increase
the library budget for next year.
Well, next years budget is now
out and it is in no way adequate.
UFs proposed budget of
$900,000 was reduced earlier this
year by the Budget Commission to
$500,000 and it was further cut
until it no longer resembles the
proposed budget needed to meet
UFs library needs.
And Dr. Goggin pointed out 1
that if the library resources are
found inadequate, it could be a
factor in disaccreditation of
certain areas of study.
The importance of good library
facilities need not be emphasized
- their importance is obvious
when you have a university of
20,000 students with advanced
graduate studies and research
programs.
v
This library crisis must be
cured, for without a good library
we cannot have a good university.
Libraries and their contents enter
into every area of academic
endeavor, and they must be
adequately supplied.
If Gov. Kirk would spend less
money on his electronic look
and more money on the
academic look, Floridas
education problems might
someday be resolved.

calm nor reasonable in their ques questions.
tions. questions. Many did r.ot seem par particularly
ticularly particularly interested in his answers.
We applaude Gentle Monday and
those who worked and cooperated
to make it a reality. We commend
President OConnell for showing a
sincere interest in student griev grievances.
ances. grievances.
We appeal to the student body
to temper their disagreement with
respect for the man who is our
president, and to quote a sympa sympathetic
thetic sympathetic bystander, next time let
him sit in the shade.

"Tee Hee! Arent We Going Kind Os Fast?"
TODAY MINUS O
'Support Is You

Its funny how people think. Take the
presidential race, for instance.
Most people I meet know I support
Gean Gene McCarthy. If they dont know,
I let them know pretty fast. Lets face it.
And make no bones about it, Im after
converts.
So we get into political discussions. I
hear, Sure, McCarthys a good man
probably the best. But he cant win. He
hasnt got the support. Oh, Ive read his
position and I agree with him but, like
I said, he hasnt got the support.
Wouldnt you think these people would
know what support is? Its them.
Os course, Eugene McCarthy hasnt got
the support. Because the people who
would make up that support keep saying
he hasnt got it.
Let me ask a question: How much
support would Eugene McCarthy have, if
everyone who says he hasnt got support,
quit saying that and went out and
supported him?
So anyway, even if I make this point,
my antagonists say, But he hasnt got any
money. You need money to win a
presidential nomination. Guys like
Kennedy and Rockefeller have millions.
Humphrey and Nixon have money from
big business. All McCarthys got is
principles, idealistic kids and a dream.
Thats real commendable, but hardly
enough to buy the presidency.
Okay, granted Eugene cant buy the
presidency. But that isnt deep enough. We
have to ask: what does a candidate use
money for?
First of all, publicity. But then if all
these people who keep saying McCarthy
hasnt got support were singing his praises,
Gene would have publicity. So much, in

iBY 808 MORAN

fact, over-exposure might become a
problem.
Second, a candidate needs money to
make friends and gain support. Again that
thing support. Heck, we know where
that will come from. Lets look at friends.
McCarthy doesnt need bought friends.
Hes running a campaign on issues. And
you away free in bushels.
Still McCarthy needs money. But do
you know what? If all those
sure-hes-a-good-guy-but-he-hasnt-got-the sure-hes-a-good-guy-but-he-hasnt-got-thesupport
support sure-hes-a-good-guy-but-he-hasnt-got-thesupport people, would give some time and
a little, actually very little, money, Gene
would have it made.
To me, it seems rather silly for the
people who say they wouldnt support the
Smathers ticket because it represents all
the vested interests,( to knock Eugene
McCarthy because he hasnt got
big-business money or the backing of the
establishment. Just what do these people
think vested interests are?
The other people tell me, Weil,
McCarthys lazy. He hasnt got any guts.
They say the man who risked 20 years
in politics to stand up when the countr
needed a champion, hasnt got any guts.
Why, hes got more guts than the Lone
Ranger. McCarthy put both his future and
his reputation on the line to save a
country.
Yes, but, they say, McCarthy ran on
a dump Johnson platform. Johnsons out
of it now, so McCarthy has no platform.
This is the same as calling Eugene
McCarthy lazy. He isnt lazy, and he has a
platform. He has taken a stand on every,
let me say that again, every major issue
facing America today. Hes done his
homework.
And well talk about the issues next
time.



FIFTH COLUMN

Sock It, Earl!
=BY JASON STRAIGHT
Last week I read a news story about the FSU censorship
hassle, and right away I'm hacked off again.
In the story, Earl The Pearl Faircloth said that the
rebellious students and their sympathetic faculty
members should be discharged from the campus. Kick
em right out. Who needs em.
Bunch a pinkoes.

Attaboy, Earl.
Fantastic.
The State of Florida in 1968.
If one thing seemed obvious
during the whole mess, it was
that the students involved were
extremely orderly and at ho
time did they break any laws or
rules, be they local or FSU. To
the contrary, the Faculty Senate
of FSU passed a resolution
commending the students on
their restraint.
And yet we have the
Attorney General of Florida, the
highest ranking, official legal
counsel to the state, calling for a
willful violation of the First
Amendment of the United
States Constitution.
For what reason?
As a trained legal mind, he
has to be aware of the fact that
what he advocates is illegal and a
direct violation of these
students rights. But it seems as
though Mr. Faircloths definition
of law and order is
determined more by Gallup polls
and less by stare decisis, more by
adult backlash then by
statutory law.
Mr. Faircloth is running.
For UJS. Senator or just
scared, depending on your point
of view.
I disagree vehemently with
just about every stand he has
taken on just about every issue.
Does the Attorney General
propose to kick me out of
school for this? Is a column read
by 20,000 people any less
rebellious than a meager
protest by 200 students?
What have they done,
MISTER Attorney General?
What laws have they broken,
MISTER legal adviser?
What is the statutory basis for
throwing them out, MISTER
would-be senator?
If you mean what you say,
then throw me out ... because
if you dont youll get hit again,
and again, every time you make
what I consider to be a
statement that threatens the
integrity of our state and
country. For I honestly believe
that your desire to kick these
students out is far more
damaging to this country and
the democratic philosophy it
was founded upon, than their
necessarily pitiful little cry for
academic freedom.
This man would be our next
States Senator.
> Beautiful.
Letters to the Editor should
not exceed 350 words. The
Alligator reserves the right
to edit titors in the Interest
of space.

OPEN FORUM:
Adtiia mi Vitimt
There is no hope for the complacent man.

MR. EDITOR:
For the information of those
ROTC cadets who think they
have a right to protest, the
ROTC department has seen fit
to double the number of
demerits for non-attendance of
the May 25 Leadership
Laboratory. The revised penalty
of 20 demerits is sufficient
grounds for an EW from ROTC
for the quarter.
This traditional parade will be
f or the benefit of those
receiving the coveted annual
ROTC awards. These awards are
to be presented by President
He Doesn't
Waste Time
Complaining
MR. EDITOR:
It seems that everybody
knows how to run the University
of Florida (and other schools)
better than the people that are
paid to run it. I for one, believe
the administration is more
experienced in running a
university than any group of
student protestors.
The students primary
objective- at any school is to
learn, both in academic subjects
and how to get along with his
fellow man without making a
fool of himself. This is the
foundation of our whole
education system. It may not be
the best system possible, but it is
a great deal better than some,
and we should allow those
students who wish to take
advantage of it to do so.
At least a few people are
beginning to speak-up in defense
of the U. of F., (Mary Ann
Reed-Hill and David Brown,
Wed., May 15th.) and I would
like to add my name to the list.
There are some things about
the U. of F. that I dont like, but
I dont waste my time
complaining about and
. protesting against every little
rule I happen to disagree with. If
we get rid of all the protestors
and complainers, it would
make a lot more room for the
students who want to learn, the
teachers who want to teach, and
the administrators who want to
operate the school in the best
way their greater experience and
education will allow.
TOM SPAIN, 3BA

Baby Dont Go

Steve Hulls Alligator

MR EDITOR:
I have just finished reading
the selected letters to the Editor
for Monday May 13, 1968,
entitled Readers React to
Ferguson.
This is the third time this
quarter you have selected and
published only those letters to
the Editor, which follow your

OConnell. If the President truly
represents the wishes of the
students he will not stand by
while freshman and sophomore
men are being forced to march
before him. By his actions he is
at least showing indifference to
compulsory ROTC, if not
condoning it.
I would like to propose that
President OConnell show his

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§ FSU as Regent Burt Kibler so rashly stated. Instead, your attempts |
(and those of others like you) to restrict student expression to £
| what you consider good or patriotic or morally decent are §
$ what is slowly killing the academic climate, not only at FSU but at
:j: UF and other colleges around the country. $
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$ A. S. Neill, noted English educator and believer in child and §
j: student freedom, who said: The adult fears to give freedom to the £
young because he fears that the young may do indeed all the things |
: that he, the adult, has wanted to do. -j:
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Speaking Os Integrity

MR. EDITOR.
I would like to say a word
about the young man condeming
Senator R. F. Kennedy for,
among other things his
membership on the infamous
McCarthy Committee.
It would seem to me that his
attitude in comparing the good
seantors integrity to that of a
vacuum cleaner salesman(a used
car salesman) is tantamount to
the same type of activity that
Senator McCarthy is criticized
for unjustified condemnation of
the group.
Perhaps Mr. Roquemore has
evidence of which I am unaware
showing unequivocally that
vacuum cleaner and used car

editorial view point. As evidence
I point to the recent Ferguson
speech, the Alligator censorship,
and only few and easily refuted
letters concerning the Jones
tenure case.
Since your paper is supported
in part by the unsolicited monies
from the students of the
University of Florida I believe
greater control must be placed

support for the students by
absenting himself from this
inane ceremony. After all, our
President entails no risk of an
EW from ROTC. He has nothing
to fear from the students, and
the desires of the students are
always his more important
consideration or are they?
*
WILLIAM C. MISIASZEK

salesmen have a lack of integrity,
but otherwise I would suggest
that he refrain from critizing in
others what he practices himself.
M. B. KORBLY, 4MD
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Tuesday, May 21, 1968, Hie Florida Alligator,

on you (since you have no
self-control) to insure that all
the students can express their
views in your paper. If this is not
possible, then no opinion or
controversial article should be
published.
If Clyde Taylor and his
Kindergarden want to help this
university become a great one he
should work for a student
newspaper that is supported by a
voluntary subscription basis.
Then you could print and
editorialize controversial articles.
The students would censor the
paper by support and
withdrawal of support (eliminate
BSP).
At present I can think of
three good reasons why my Four
dollars for next quarter should
not go to the Alligator.
1. Both my wife and I are
students, hence two
subscriptions to one household.
2. Can get better papers
delivered to my door for the
same price.
3. Under the present system
and unsolicited support it is not
the students paper, but Steve
Hulls.
ARTHUR D. ALSTON, 3AG
EDITORS NOTE: The
letters printed concerning Mr.
Fergusons recent visit were not
selected, but rather,
comprised ALL the response
received prior to that printing.
The Alligator has thus far,
received only one letter favoring
Mr. Ferguson which is printed
on this page.
The Alligator has not, at any
time under this editorship,
refused to print letters on the
basis of editorial disagreement.
*tter *ilth
MR. EDITOR:
Now that it has been brought
to my attention that duck is
three-quarters obscene, I have
taken it upon myself to head a
campaign for the eradication of
partial obscenities from the
printed pages of books,
newspapers and magazines. In
the interest of decency and
morality I enjoin you hereafter
not to print
(1) the initials of the Mass.
Senator from New York (you
dont see our governor using his
obscene initials)
(2) the obscene designation
used to classify University
College students
(3) the abbreviation you
scandalously employ in referring
to the University of Florida.
A. R. *OMPAIN
Smiling Regent
MR. EDITOR:
Mr. Ferguson is a very neat
dresser and has a very nice smile.
Note: This letter is in
response to your statement in
Wednesdays Alligator, ... So
if someone will please write
something nice about Mr.
Ferguson we will be glad to print
it.
DAVID R. CRITCHFIELD, 2UC

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* G ATO R CLASSIFIEDS*

FOR SALE
*.
1968 EDITION The New Book of
Knowledge. Box has never been
opened Ideal for school age children,
SIBO.OO or best offer. 3783181.
(Al4o3tp)
HONDA S9O, 1965, Excellent
condition, full helmet included,
$140.00. Call 378-2126.
(Al4o3tp)
GIFTED DACHSHUND Puppies for
sale (reared in enriched
environment). 6 weeks old, AKC,
shots and wormed, $50.00. Call
372-7744. (A-140-3t-p)
HONDA, CAl6O, 1967, 4,000
miles, good condition, $350.00 or
best offer. Call 376-1841.
(Al3Bstp)
1965 HONDA SUPER HAWK
305 cc, excellent condition, must sell
immediatly. Helmet and tools
included. Call 372-9875.
(Al3B4tp)
1965 HONDA 50. Good condition.
Book rack. New speedometer, $95.00
or best offer. You cannot find
dependable transportation for less.
Call Richard Ross at 3729177
weeknights. (Al4o3tp)
1959 CHEVROLET WAGON,
$350.00 10' Hansen 50-50
Surfboard, SIOO.OO. Drafting Set
Complete, $15.00. 3727203,
376-9420. (Al3B3tp)
AIR CONDITIONER, 2 years old,
good condition, 18,500 BTUs,
$125.00. Television, Silvertone
Console 23", $70.00. Small golf cart
and bag, $15.00. Tricycle, $5.00.
376-6555. (A-140-st-p)
FOR SALE:. Alum. Canoe 17',
SIBO.OO. Call 372-8706 after 5:00
p.m. (Al4o-3tp)
FOR SALE NIKON Zoom Lens
85mm -250 m. Call 372-8706 after
5:00 p.m. (A-140-3t-p)
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3 days prior to publication. ( 20 f ( discount) ||s
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for sale count as one word. Minimum charge
SD for rent is s l 00 ior 20 wor ds. For eacll ||j
wanted additional word add 3(. Multiply
m help wanted the total by number of days the ad
q autos is to run. Subtract the discount jj
j|a j-j p ersona j (if applicable) and enclose a check
(H n lost-found for the remainder. For example,
services a 32 ~' vorii ad to run 4 days costs
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FOR SALE |
GUNS GUNS GUNS
Inventory over 450 Buy Sell
Trade Repair. Reloading Supplies,
Custom Reloading HARRY
BECKWITH, GUN DEALER,
MICANOPY, 466-3340.
(A-106-ts-p)
BRAND NEW noiseless Philco Air
Conditioners at absolute invoice cost
plus only $4.50 freight. Cash and
carry only, for next 10 days, in
9,00012,00014,000 BTU models.
Call United Fuels -3785333. 220
N.W. Bth Avenue. (Al4llotC)
FREE KITTENS Assorted colors and
sexes. Call Rick, after 8:30 p.m., at
378-6994. (A-141-2t-p)
305 HONDA SCRAMBLER 66. Best
offer take it 3769554. 82 French
Quarter. (Al4l3tp)
SUZUKI x6 Hustler 250 cc, 1967,
3,200 Miles, excellent condition
must sell. Call Dave, Rm. 203. Ph.
372-9358. (A-141-3t-p)
HONDA S9o, 1968. Nearly new
1000 mi. Must sell soon, $265 firm.
Helmet included. Call 3783162
evenings. (Al4l3tp)
STUDENT SPECIAL. Used 6 drawer
desk and swival chair 528.50 (over
SIOO new). Anything in new, used
and refinished office furniture and
equipment (no calculators)
Unbelieveable savings. JR OFFICE
FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT.
Call 376-1146. (A-141-st-p)
GRADUATING MEDICAL
STUDENT wishes to sell American
Optical microscope, if adapted to
binocular would fulfill Florida
Medical School specification. Ph.
378-3302. (A-142-st-p)
ECONOMICAL transportation. 1966
Honda 50, with helmet and face
shield included, low mileage, good
condition, $115.00. Graduating.
372-4944. (A-142-st-p)

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LEAVING must sell Magnavox stereo
console AM-FM radio. Excellent
condition. S2OO or best offer. Call
Wimpy 372-9283. 4 p.m.
(A-142-3t-p)
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OLYMPIA HiRise has always
offered carpeting, central Air,
convenient location adjacent campus
and the nicest furnishings and design
in town. What's NEW is slashed
RENT! As LITTLE as $275.00 buys
a 1 BR for summer quarter, $350.00
takes a 2 BR. Call 376-7534,
372-3576. (B-140-11t-p)
SUBLEASE for summer 2
bedroom, AC, Furnished, 1 block
from campus, $135.00 per month,
Olympia Apts. Call 376-9740 after
5. (Bl3sstp)
NEED peace, privacy? Incredibly
spacious, more less furnished
downtown area apt. June, July
August, $50.00 month (utilities
Included!). Prefer single graduate
student. 378-7687. (B-140-3t-p)
WALK TO CAMPUS & J. J. Finley!
Country setting of tail pines on quiet
street. 4 Br or 3 & study, 2 baths,
family room, living room, with
beamed ceiling & fireplace, entry
hall, dark rm., patio, many extras,
flexible terms. $28,500. 372-2914.
(A-141-st-p)
WALK out your back door to a 1
beautiful pool. Study in the Sun this
summer. Sublease University Gardens
Apt. 2 bedrooms. Phone 3768836.
(Bl4ostp)
SUBLEASE for summer 2 bedroom
air conditioned, duplex apt., SIOO.OO
per month. 14 block from Norman
Hall. Call 378-1815. (B-139-4t-p)
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1 I FOR RENT
'
COLONIAL MANOR Subletting
for entire summer, SIOO per month.
AC, pool one block from campus.
Call 3760760 or Come by Apt.
142. (Bl4l3tp)
FURNISHED 2 bedroom Village
Park Apt to sublease for summer.
TV and 'A month rent free,
372-7223. (B-141-2t-p)
FURNISHED LANDMARK Apt. to
sublease for summer. TV and other
extras. Will offer good deal on rent.
378-7529. (B-141-2t-p)
SUBLET: Large two bedroom
furnished, AC. Apt. will
accommodate four. Need car,
$135.00, except $90.00 June. Call
evenings. 3762269. (Bl4l-st-p)
UNFURNISHED: 1018 N.E. 28th
Avenue, 4 bdrm, 2 bath, Fla. Room,
large storage room. Carpeting,
Central Heat, AC. Unit, Pool Priv.
Completely repainted throughout,
$l7O per month with lease. Call
3768484 for key. (Bl4ltfc)
ONE MONTH FREE rent, v 2
bedroom furnished apt, AC., 3 blocks
from campus mailable in June,
$115.00. Call 378-1951.
(Bl4lstp)
FIREPLACE, dishwasher, AC, pool,
cable TV, free gas grills, quiet shady
side, view, VA bath townhouse, two
full bedrooms and one miniguest
room, many extras! Landmark Apts.
378-7429. (B-141-3t-p)
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Available June 1, ONLY 3 month
lease, option for longer, 1 bedroom,
pool, electric kitchen, SIOO.OO.
376-2387 after 5. (B-141-2t-p)
COMFORT and convenient
efficiency apartments for summer
school. Across from campus at 321
SW 13th St. (B-142-It-p)
SUBLEASE for summer. French
Quarter, single. No. 24. $135.00 per
month. Call 378-6193. (B-142-4t-p)
SUBLEASE 1 bdrm. apt. for
summer. University Gardens. $75.00
per month. Call 372-1610.
(B-142-3t-p)
COLONIAL MANOR Apt. 153.
Close to campus, AC, Furnished,
pool. Available in June. Call
378-8617 or Tom Murry. U of F Ext.
?307. (B-140-3t-p)
FRANTERNITY MEN, house closing
for the summer? Try i cooperative
living at Georgia Seagle Hall. $220
per quarter, room and board. Drop
by the house today. Georgia Seagle
Hall, 1002 W. Univ. Ave. 372-9410,
or 376-2476. (B-141-st-p)
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FOR RENT
SUPER SUMMER SAVINGS:
Swimming pool. AC, dose proximity
to camp us.-dl from University Apts,
for sllO to $l5O for summer qtr.
Two sizes for efficiencies and 1
bedmu, also, ranting for Fell. See at
1524 N.W. 4th Ave. or call
376-8990. (Bl39lOtp)
I WANTED I
DRIVING to Ohio May 29th, wanted
someone to share driving and maybe
expenses. Days 376-1611, Ext 316,
Evenings 3763750. (Cl39p)
NEEDED: one or two male
roommates for summer in established
French Quarter Apt. Rent only
$107:50 for entire summer, payable
monthly. Call 378-8893 after six.
(Cl4o3t p)
TUTOR wanted to teach BCN 261
"Statics" need 3 hours a week of
instruction will pay good. Contact
professor Lewis Grove Hall (Ist
floor) (Cl4ostp)
WANTED: One rider to
Michigan-share gas, and driving.
Leaving June 8, or later (can
arrange). Call Dick Rhoads at
372-9410. (Cl3Bstp)
WANTED: 4 student to sublet 2
bedroom. Air Conditioned Apt next
to Pool. SIOO 4th Quarter per
person. Call 378 BBO6.
(Cl4l3t p)
1 ROOMMATE wanted 2 bedroom
AC, carpet, kitchen, $45.00 month
376-4945 ask for Dick.
(Cl4o4tp)
FEMALE roommates wanted for
French Quarter Apt. for Summer
quarter. Apt. 110, $43.75 per month
rent. Call 378-5654. (C-142-st-p)
nSf WANTED """"'I
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OPENING for Security Guard, part
time on weekends. Must be 25 or
over. Veterans preferred, however
anyone is eligible. Cdl 372-4915
between 67 p.m. ONLY.
(El4o-3tp)
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. (E-92-tf-nc)
LADIES READY to weer, 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 592-M,
Gainesville, Florida. (El37lOtc)
HIGHLY QUALIFIED SECRETARY
for Builders Office. Shorthand, good
typing and other secretarial skills
essential. Permanent job. Excellent
pay. Do not apply unices well
qualified. Phone 376-9950 days or
3782000 evenings. (El3stfc)
NEED HOSTESS Apply Larry's
Wondarhouse. 14 SW Ist St. Hours
5-8 p.m. (E-142-St-o)
STUDENTSI Looking for summer
employment? No matter where you
plan to be you can earn SIOO per
month, part or full time. Call
3783777 for appointment.
(El4l-Stp)
FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER for
Alligator Advertising Department to
begin summer term. Must have
camera equipment; dark room is
provided. Apply Room 330 Reitz
Union. (E-141-10t-cn)
AUTOS
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Dependable. Good for around town
transportation. Must Sell! SIOO.OO or
bew offer. Can Bid, Room 404,
372-9120. (Gl4oStp)

ENJOY QUIET living at Village 34.
Only $106.00 par month for one
bedroom furnished with
Air-Conditioning. Couples preferred.
Call 378-8911 after 6 p.m.
(Wl37Stp)
APARTMENT BY POOL, one
bedroom Village Park apartment to
subleese for summer, attractive view.
CAII 378 B7lO evenings.
(Wl3Bstp)
SUBLEASE: One bedroom,
furnished, AC. June-Aug, with
option for next year, 3 blocks from
campus. 1716 N.W. 3rd Ave. Apt. 21.
Call 378-6063. (W-139-st-p)
WANTED: THREE coeds desire
fourth. Large. 2 bedroom, AC., apt.
University Gardens. Fall 1968-69.
Call after 4 p.m. Robin. 378-7188.'
(Wl39stp)
TWO MALE ROOMMATES needed
to sublet a Summit House Apt.,
$40.50 per month. No Security
deposit. Call 378-3044.
(Wl4ostp)
AIR CONDITIONED one bedroom
apartment. Three blocks from
cempus. Furnished, carpeted, washer,
and complete kitchen. Will talk
terms. Call 378-2980. (W-142-st-p)
SUBLEASE: Furnished one bedroom
apt June-August. Summit House
Apts. Near campus. Kitchen
equipped, TV. Call 372-5937
evenings. (W- 142-3 t-p)

AUTOS
1962 YELLOW CORVAIR Monza
radio, heater, air conditioner.
Good condition. Best offer. Call
Linda Jennings dorm. Room 6
evenings. 372-6381. (G-141-st-p)
59 MGA Silver, AM-FM radio,
seat belts, good top, tonneau, side
curtains, new exhaust system, valve
job, tune-up. Getting married, must
sell, $395.00. CALL 372-3240.
(Gl4l3tp)
1962 VW Sedan, good condition,
whitewalls, radio, heater, NEW tag,
$630.00 or best offer. Available June
5. 372-7400. Student.
(Gl39stp)
1960 SUNBEAM ALPINE
Convertible. Good top. Whitewalls,
wire wheels. $325.00, Tonneau
Cover. Call 378-2949 evenings.
(G-1395t p)
1959 BUICK WAGON-Good Local
Transportation, $1!:5.00. Call
372-55 17, 6- 8 p.m.
(Gl4l3t p)
THUNDERBIRD, 1960, black. 430
engine, loaded. SSOO or best offer,
cash only. 372-6849 after 5:30 p.m.
(Gl4lst p)
1954 FORD. 2 door, hardtop.
$55.00 or best offer. Must be sold.
Call Gene 376-9381 after 11 p.m.
(Gl4l3t p)
1963 MONZA Convertible tan with
black top. Tan interior, 4 speed, new
tires, very clean. Excellent condition
$600.00. Call 376-7401. (G-140-st-p)
'59 AMBASSADOR V-8, air. cond..
Low mileage One owner, well
preserved and mechanically sound,
$450.00. See at 1315 NW 4th Lane.
(G-142-st-p)
'67 CORVETTE Conv. Must
sacrafice, 327-350, Air Conditioned.
Excellent condition. 378-7408 after
5 p.m. (G-142-st-p)
FOR SALE: 1961 T-bird full air,
four new tires. Gobs of extras. Yours
for $660.00. Call 376-9158. Ask for
Jack G. (G-142-3t-p)
61 FORD Galaxie. Power steering,
power brakes, radio, heater, V-8
Automatic, Runs greet. $246.00 or
iMStoffas. 378-8328. (G-J42-3t-p)

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WOULD YOU BELIEVE, $250.00?
That's all it takes to live in luxurious
LA FONTANA hi-rise for the entire
summer quarter! Adjacent UF Post
Office See Apt. 506 or call
376-4134 or 376-7534.
(Wl4olltp)
ROOMMATE for summer pnd/or fall.
Village Park, $35.00 par month in
summer; University Gardens, $42.50
in Fall. Split utilities 4 ways. Call
Tom. 378-7543. (W-138-st-p)
RENT DISCOUNT: Sub-let for
summer and will pay fc of your total
rant. Own single room. Air Cond., 1
mile from campus, $40.00 per
month. 378-8344. (W-139-st-p)
I3 TO SUBLET 2 bedroom apt for
summer. AC., comfortable. 1 block
from campus, SIOO.OO per month.
378-7187. (Wl4oStp)
SUPER HOUSE Sublease for
summer 2 story, 4 bedroom, 2
bath, furnished, wall-towall
carpeting, back yard with picnic
tables, $200.00 per month. Call
378-8638. (W-138-st-p)
FRENCH QUARTER Sublease
two bedroom AC., apt. for summer
quarter. Call 378-5437, or come by
partment 87, Ask about terms.
(Wl39stp)

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SERVICES
ALTERNATORS GENERATORS
- STARTERS Electrical systems
tested repairs. Auto Electric Service
- 603 S.E. Second Street,
378-7330. (Ml3otfc)
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)
ACT BOYCOTT ROTC PARADE.
(J-142-4t-p)

We'll teach you to
speak a foreign language
in thirteen weeks*
Free!
You name it, weve got it. The biggest selection in town. Urdu and Tagalog and Swahili and
Hindi and Quechua and Spanish and French and Portuguese. To list a few. All free for the
learning. And when we say learning we dont mean ordinary speak and listen and read learn learning
ing learning No sir. When we teach you a language we teach you to cook in it, teach in it, play basket basket_______________
_______________ basket_______________ ball in it, build sanitation facilities and farm
I cooperatives in it. We teach you to climb
j I mountains and span rivers in it. to have pa paj
j paj The Peace Corps J tience and understanding in it, to do some some|
| some| Washington. D. C. I thing important in it, to look at yourself and
J 20525 I the world in it.
j I We teach you to make friends and get
I Please send me information. | along with people in it. And we even supply
Please send me an application. j the friends and people inr it. Yes sir. With
j every foreign language you get, absolutely
j free, an invitation to spend two years in a
NanK ~ j matching foreign country.
__ I So hurry! Hurry! Dont delay. Its the
l chance of a lifetime. No catches. No girt*
c I micks. Nothing to pay. You see, its all part
Cu y 510 P J of a promotion for a product were interested
I >g%. Published as a public service in cooperation i in pushing. Peace.
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NEEDED: 3 or 4 person? to sublet
kool, Air-Conditioned, pdolside. Sin
City Apt. at reduced rate for June,
Ju l.y August. Call
378-3609. (Wl39st p)
ATTRACTIVE modern
Air-Conditioned furnished duplex
apertment. Two bedrooms, private
patio. Available June 1, " ****-
$2lB N.W. 21st SL, $115.00.
376-0894 also $106.00 apartment.
(Wl3Bl3t p)
FEMALE ROOMMATE FOR 2
BDRM APT., $30.00 a month nlace
needs work, can be great, 14 iocks
from campus, near downtown. Call
378-4954. FOR SALE: 3 BR. 1 Bath, all
Electric home in N.E. Section, cloae
to shopping center, school, and park,
low down payment and take over
small monthly mortgage payments.
Less than rent Call 372-1356 after
7 p.m. (Wl4ostp)
WILLIAMSBURG 3-Bedroom
poolside apt. available June 6, ior
summer quarter only: Can work deal
for June Rent Call 378-6662.
(W 1405 tp)

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JUNIOR, Matured, outgoing man
would like to correspond
confidentially with over 21 under
5'4" coed. Write to Box 12627
Gainesville. 12 RAISINS give you enough energy
to kiss 22 times! Try a whole box!
(J-142-It-p)
DANNY Hope you had a nice
weekend with Carol Your Little
Mustard Seed. (J- 142-It-p)

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UNIVERSITY GARDENS iMlcony
apt. to sublot for summer through
next year if desired. Free bar-be-que
with apartment. Cell 376-8154
(708-209 SW 16th AvaJ
(W-142-St-p)
RUBY D. Apts. Sublease spacious
one bedroom furnished apt Live
comfortable this summer with
air-condition and pool privileges. All
electric. Available June. Cad
378-8613. (Wl4lstp)
WANTED: 2 male roommates to
share 2 bedroom Univ. Gardens Apt
with 2 law students. $90.00 for
entire summer. No deposit Call
378-7503. (Wl4lstp)
1 or 2 FEMALE ROOMMATES
needed for summer quarter. Summit
House: 2 bedroom, off pool, stereo,
AC., cable TV. 39.75 a month. Call
378 8604 after 5 p.m.
(W-1415tp)
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One female roommate for summer
quarter Landmark Apts. Call
378-3851 after 6 p.m.
(Wl4lstp)
NEED one female roommate for
Tanglewood Manor Apts, for Sept.'
68 June 69, $43.75 per month.
Call Linda or Carla at 372-7973.
(Wl3Bst p)

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TO GOOD HOME with couple,
prefer children. 7-month female
puppy. Housebroken. Loves children.
Susan Buck, UF Ext 2706, 378-6640
after 6. (J142-3t p)
EUROPE Car 3 wks. $325.00.
Free 3 weeks lodging in Essen.
Germany; Free VW for 21 days and
1000 Kms; New York to Amsterdam
on July 21 via Pan Am. All for
$325.00. For information call 2741.
Program Office 310 Union.
(J-140-St-c)



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Volunteers Edge Gators
In Over-All Competition

By PAUL KAPLAN
Assistant Sports Editor
The University of Tennessee
has won the all-sports SEC
Championship by one point over
Florida in the closest finish in
the history of the conference.
The Vols scored 72 points
in the eight-sport competition
compared to Floridas 71. No
other school was even close to
these totals. Last season the
Gatovs took the title by eight
points over Tennessee.
The sports that are included
in the totals are football, base baseball,
ball, baseball, basketball, swimming,
track, tennis, golf and cross
country. Florida took three
firsts, three seconds, a tie for
third and a tie for fourth. Ten Tennessee's
nessee's Tennessee's finishes were identical
to Floridas, only their third and
fourth place finishes were not
ties.
Florida earned 10 points each
for their first place finishes
in swimming, tennis and golf.
They received nine points each
for finishing second in baseball,
track and cross country. The
Gators also earned 7 1/2 points
for their third place tie in foot football
ball football and 6 1/2 for their fourth
place tie in basketball.
Tennessee finished first in
football, track and cross country,
second in basketball, swimming
and golf, third in baseball and
fourth in tennis.
For the Gators, it was an
ironical way to drop the title.
Before the start of the sport
season, most persons felt that
Gators Sign
States Best
HS Cagers
By MARC DUNN
Alligator Sports Writer
Basketball Coach Tommy
Bartlett said that UF has signed
three of the top four high school
basketball players in the state to
scholarships.
We have signed five players
to scholarships altogether, but
we want to get a couple more
big boys, Bartlett said.
The one high school player
from the state that UF did not
sign is Roy Harris from Key
West. Harris, a Negro, was
signed by FSU.
The future Gators who have
decided to play ball in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville are Dan Boe, 6*B guard from
Rice Lake, Wisconsin, Clifford
Cox, 66 guard from Deland,
Scooter Houston, 62 from Lake
City, Tim Dominey, 6l guard
from Vienna, Georgia and Darryl
Ceravolo, 59 guard from West
Palm Beach.
These boys all bring an im impressive
pressive impressive set of credentials with
them, Bartlett said.
Boe was an All-State player
and averaged 22 or 23 rebounds
a game, pulling down 53 in one
game. Cox, Houston and Cera Ceravolo
volo Ceravolo were All-State in Florida.
Ceravolo also made the U.S. All-
Star team and Houston was named
player of the year by the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun. Dominey was an All-
State player in Georgia and was
named the outstanding player in
the state.
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Floridas most dominant sport
would be basketball. At the end
of the cage season, however, the
Gators lostafewSECencounters,
and the team fell to a tie for
fourth in the conference. This
represented the lowest finish for
any Florida team during the
1967-68 season.
The Gators also had a golden
opportunity to wrap up the title
this past weekend in Alabama,
when both the baseball and
track teams played in SEC cham championship
pionship championship competition. The base baseball

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ball baseball team finished second to Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, and the track team finished
second to Tennessee. A win by
the baseball team would have
meant a tie for the title, and a
win by the track team, who
finished second to the Volunteers,
would have won the championship
for Florida by one point over
Tennessee.
Baseball and basketball were
the only two sports that were not
won by either Florida or Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee in the two-team dominated
conference.

SPORTS

Tuesday, May 21, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

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Association, was announced today
by Carey McDonald, executive
secretary of the Florida Athletic
Coaches Association.
The running-backs include all-
American's Andy Cheney, 5-11,
180-pounder from Live Oak Su Suwannee,
wannee, Suwannee, and 6-2, 185-pound Keith
Gilbert from Tallahassee Leon.

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