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Jill Pushes Pot On Campus

By ALLEN PIEFLEONI
Alligator Staff Writer
Jill is aUF student who is the
middle man in a drug ring
operating out of Miami and supplying
UF smokers with marijuana, hashish
and opium. She even thinks her sources
can get LSD, but she said during a
telephone conversation that she wasnt
sure.
I really dont consider myself a
dealer," she said. I give it away
to my friends and their friends be because
cause because I get it for nothing. I get it
from friends of mine. I'd say the most
Ive given away in a week is six
ounces," she said. Six ounces of mari marijuana
juana marijuana is worth about SSO.

FILES SUIT MONDAY
Scott Kelly Hits
Smothers Slate

A suit to remove Fla. Senator
George Smathers name from the
May 28 Florida primary has been
filed in Tallahassee, ex-state
senator Scott Kelly disclosed at
UF Monday night in a speech
before UFs Young Democrats.
Senator George Smathers has
been ordered by the Leon County
Circuit Judge W. May Walker to
remove his name as a Democratic
favorite son candidate or show
cause why it should not be done
in court on Monday.
Kelly, who heads an unpledged
slate of electors, charged in the
petition that Smathers permit permitted
ted permitted his name to be used on the
ballot with full knowledge that he
was not, in fact, a serious candi candidate
date candidate for the presidency of the
United States.
Tuesday Smathers* forces filed
a petition to dismiss Judge
Walker's ruling and threatened
an appeal to the Florida Supreme
Court.
Kelly charged at UF that the
Smathers slate did not represent
the people of Florida because it
was comprised of paid profes professional
sional professional politicians" and party

INDEX
Campus Living ....11
Classifieds 8,9
Editorials 6
Features .12
Letters 7
Movies 8
Sports 15
Tumbleweeds 4

SG Creates Ombudsman Post

By DAVE REDDICK
Alligator Associate Editor
Students needing help in dealing with the Ad Administration,
ministration, Administration, local authorities, or outside groups
will be able to bring their problems to the Student
Government ombudsman in the future.
The ombudsman program, instituted by Student
Body Vice-President Gary Goodrich, was the result
of an informal group performing a similar function
during the last two months. Ric Katz, Ira Giller,
and Dave Shull have been working on student prob problems
lems problems informally as a pilot project.
Goodrich explained that students with personal
problems of any nature should call him and after
talking it over, he will assign one of his staff

hacks." He said the Smathers
slate of delegates to the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic convention was not repre representative
sentative representative as to population or race.
I don't think it is right for
the people of Florida to be hood hoodwinked
winked hoodwinked into believing there
is some sort of magic in the
name favorite son when there
isnt at all, said Kelly, a two twotime
time twotime loser in state gubernatorial
primaries.
Kelly said this was the first
suit ever filed in the United
States against a favorite son
candidate on a primary ballot.
People are tired of the pro professional
fessional professional politicians telling them
what to do," said Kelly, who
insisted he will not seek political
office again.
The Democratic primary battle
had been represented by a Mc-
Carthy slate, Kellys unpledged
slate, and Smathers favorite son
slate.

* \ fly
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Scott Kelly Speaking At UF Monday Night

half pound bricks, which is uncut,
uncleaned and full of the twigs and
seeds of the plant.
The dealers then clean and cut the
leaves and distribute the marijuana
and opium to pushers like her friends
in Miami. In the meantime Jill con contacts
tacts contacts smokers in Gainesville who need
to be fixed. When her friends come
to town Jill supplies them with the
names and phone numbers of cus customers.
tomers. customers. Because she does such an ex excellent
cellent excellent job in promoting sales, Jill
is supplied with opium and marijuana
free of charge.
I know a guy who cleared $2,300
in four hours by pushing, she said.
I was there I saw the money
$2,300 in cash.

members to the problem until the problem is re resolved.
solved. resolved. i
Goodrich has been working with Lester Hale,
vice president for student affairs, and James Hen Hennessey,
nessey, Hennessey, assistant dean of student affairs, on the pro program.
gram. program. A direct telephone line has been installed
between Hennesseys office and Goodrich.
Hennessey has promised to give any problem
his immediate attention, Goodrich said.
The vice president explained that the staff member
will assume the student is right in the case and
will continue working until the student is satis satisfied.
fied. satisfied.
While the present program is only temporary,
Goodrich hopes to eventually have a permanent
ombudsman named.

The
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Florida Alligator

Vol. 60, No o 143

State SG Leaders
Back FSU Students

By GLENN FAKE
Assistant News Editor
UF Student Body President
Clyde Taylor joined student lead leaders
ers leaders from Floridas six state
universities Tuesday in backing
the actions of Florida State Uni University
versity University students in the recent
censorship dispute there.
The student leaders were
meeting in Tallahassee prior to
their attendance at a state Cab Cabinet
inet Cabinet meeting where they planned

Jill said she supplies free mari marijuana
juana marijuana to about 50 of her friends. 14
of the 50 are girls who live on her
floor in the dormitory.
My source in Miami gets mari marijuana
juana marijuana and opium from dealers in Miami
and New York, she said. A lot of
it comes into Miami from New York
that originates in Mexico too. I
would think they get LSD if they wanted
to," Jill said.
Jill explained that she is the man/
in the middle" in this particular
ring. The marijuana is sent fronAfex fronAfexico
ico fronAfexico and Cuba to dealers in/Miami
and New York. Opium goes the same
route. When the dealers receive the
pot, it is in the form of Wo and a
(SEE JILL PAGE 2) \

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida

to state their positions to Cabinet
members.
Taylor stated that the group,
the Council of Student Body Pre Presidents,
sidents, Presidents, agreed that the FSU
demonstration was entirely
orderly and within reason.
These were responsible stu students
dents students and the whole thing was very
orderly," said Taylor.
The council decided that any
action taken against the FSU
students would be met with some
type of statewide support, either
a demonstration or a flood of pro protest
test protest letters.
We just can't believe that any anything
thing anything might be done against the
students or the SG President up
there as Faircloth has inti intimated,"
mated," intimated," said Taylor. We don't
want this whole thing to turn
into a witch-hunt with students

Mandatory Food Plan
Not Slated For UF

A mandatory food plan will
be brought to the university only
if the students want it, Gary Good Goodrich,
rich, Goodrich, student body vice-president
said Tuesday.
A memorandum Goodrich
received from Vice-President of
Student Affairs Lester Hale
stated there will be no man mandatory
datory mandatory food plan unless request requested
ed requested by the students.
In an Alligator report April
26, Asst. Business Manager Tom
Wells said that long range chan chances
ces chances for a mandatory plan were
good.
The article further stated that
the compulsory food plan may
be talked about during the com coming
ing coming year, and that Wells did not
feel it would be easy to instate
at the UF.
Wells said student resistance
to the program would be a prob problem,
lem, problem, according to the April ac account.
count. account.
He could not be reached Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for comment.
Dean of Men Frank Adams said
he would not approve any compul-

J

Wednesday, May 22, 1968

being thrown out of school and
everything else.'*
There were some differences
of opinion as to whether the
censored word should have been
used in the magazine or not.
but our basic disagreement with
the Administration was the way
the censorship decision was made
and how it was handled by Dr.
Champion," said Taylor.
At a news conference connect connected
ed connected with the council meeting, the
student leaders also discussed
the relative conditions on each
campus as far as student un unrest.
rest. unrest.
I told them at the meeting
that I thought the UF was po potentially
tentially potentially a tinderbox with a
(SEE TAYLOR' PAGE 2)

sory program because there are
better alternatives."
Goodrich said he talked with
people in Servo mation, and that
that they knew of no plans for
such a program.
There are simply no plans,
no problems requiring a manda mandatory
tory mandatory food plan," Goodrich said.
Post Planned
As JC Liaison
Legislation to create a Secre Secretary
tary Secretary for Junior College Affairs
was Introduced at the Student
Senate meeting Tuesday night.
The post will give authority
to a group of junior college trans transfers
fers transfers who have been meeting
informally to discuss the prob problems
lems problems of the transfer student.
Transfer students Interested
in serving on the group are in invited
vited invited to attend a supper meeting
tonight in Room 150-D in the
Union cafeteria, or contact Bill
Neron or Gary Goodrich in the
Student Government office.



I, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, May 22, 1968

Page 2

FROM PA6E ONE
Jill has been smoking for about
three and a half years and said
that she enjoys it immensely.
I have NEVER EVER h*d the
inclination to go on pills/ she
emphasized. Ive always getten
a nice head from smoking and
never had the urge to go to
something stronger. I've never
popped a pill/ she said. What
you hear about the effects of
grass wearing off on smokers who
smoke for a long period of time
like me is untrue. No matter how
long you smoke grass it is al always
ways always going to have the same ef effect.
fect. effect.
Jill commented on the study of
drugs and smoking that was re recently
cently recently completed by the Florida
Blue Key Dialogue Committee.
The committee estimated that
approximately 5,000 students
smoke. Jill thought the estimate
rather Inaccurate and low.
The real figure is much
higher. I*d say that about 8,000
people smoke definitely at
least 8,000, especially the kids
from big cities. Its easily avail available
able available in these large cities and
the kids transfer it down here
from up north/ she said.
Jill said that she also deals
In hashish, which is the center
or stalk of the marijuana plant
and is far more potent than the
leaves.
When you mix hash with opium
and smoke them together you can
trip out on it like you would
LSD, she said. My friends deal
in opium on a small scale. It
looks like tar and is expensive.
A small block of it the size of
half the friction strip on a pack

Taylor, SG Leaders
Back Student Stand

f fttlH PA6 ONE
lot of student unrest and pro protest
test protest activity at the present time,
said Taylor.
I mentioned, though, that the
atmosphere was cooling off on
campus and that some activities
like Gentle Monday seemed to
be quieting things down a bit/
added Taylor, and I think Pre President
sident President OConnells Task Force
idea will probably help a great
deal in alleviating some of this
tension.

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Jill Pushes Pot

of matches costs ss.* she said.
I started dealing in grass,
hash and opium at the university
around October. I stopped in
February when that big scare hit
the papers/ she said.
Jill said she has smoked with
many members of sororities and
fraternities.
I have smoked with many
many sorority girls. Any time I
was at a party half the people
there were sorority girls and
they all smoked. The same thing
is true with fraternity guys/she
continued.
I have supplied election of officials
ficials officials and campaigners in Stu Student
dent Student Government. Ive never sop sopplied
plied sopplied profs with anything, but a
few of them have come onto me
like if I miss a class, the next
time Im there theyll say, Been
on a trip? or Have a rough
weekend? Its funny/' she said.
Jill said surveillance by nar narcotic
cotic narcotic agents in Gainesville is
not too tight.
The campus community is
very small. If youre a smoker
the chances are very slim that
A-ASA Meets
The Afro-American Student 1
Association will present a panel
discussion entitled Black Stu Students
dents Students Speak Out* tonight at 8 p.m.
in the J. Wayne Reitz Union
Auditorium.
The discussion will include the
following topics:
-Race Relations where do
we go from here?
-An objective definition of
Black Power
-The role of the UF in the
racial situation and issues in
Gainesville.

Taylor recommended that a
plan similar to President OCon OConnells
nells OConnells be instituted at the other
state universities saying, I think
this is the only solution right
now.
At a meeting of the council
Monday night, the student body bodypresidents
presidents bodypresidents also submitted stu studies
dies studies undertaken on their indivi individual
dual individual campuses on the ROTC sit situation.
uation. situation. Their studies will prob probably
ably probably culminate in a request to
adopt a voluntary program state statewide.
wide. statewide.

another smoker, if you know
his name, is a narc/ she said.
The smokers know each other
and wouldnt give other ones a
raw deal. At Sin City there have
been some close calls and the
kids had to flush the joints down
the john in a hurry,* she went
on.
If a friend of mine tells me
there's a new kid in town that
he knows, and this new kid wants
to get fixed, Ill say no, definitely
not! Its just too risky with out outsiders
siders outsiders and strangers.
Jill said on several occasions
she has left pot parties when
someone she didnt know refused
to smoke, saying he was drink drinking
ing drinking that night or he just didnt
feel like it. She grew suspicious
and would not risk his being a
narcotics agent.
You know, smoking is no
longer a goof or just a kick,*
she said. Now it has become a
way of life for many people. Not
because they are dependent on it
but because they find life nicer
with a joint/* she said. Each
person has his own bag,** Jill
concluded.

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A change in football ticket procedure may be upcoming next year.
The majoTchange will be in time a student may pick up his tickets.
The policy is substantially the same, said Scott Bayman, stu student
dent student representative on the ticket committee. Ticket booths will be
open until late hours in the day.
Bayman declined to give the details of the change in policy until
the Athletic Council votes on the Ticket Coro mittee's decision on
May 30.
There's nothing in the policy the Athletic Council will object to,
Bayman said. He wants the Athletic Council to read the Ticket Com Committee's
mittee's Committee's policy before they see it in print, he explained.
Bayman objected to reports that the Ticket Committee had not
been cooperating with students in forming the ticket policy.
There Is never any student policy agreed upon unless I am there.
The committee fully cooperates with the students, Bayman said.
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The Coming Revolution
In Coeducational Living

By JO ANN LANGWORTHY
Alligator Staff Writer
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is the
first of a three-part in-depth
look at coed housing at the UF.)
Lambda Nu fraternity at Stan Stanford
ford Stanford University will welcome 20
coed associates" next year.
Under the guidance of a male
university administrator, the
women will sleep and eat in the
fraternity, and participate in all
its activities. They will share
dining room, living room and all
other facilities except sleeping
quarters.
The admission of women to
Lambda Nu comes at a time when
several Stanford dormitories are
converting to coed living. Indeed,
at a time when dormitories all
over the nation, including those
at the UF, are converting to coed
living.
Graham area was the first
dorm at the UF to undergo coed
transformation. Since then Hume
has turned to coed living and
Tolbert and Jennings will house
both men and women next year.
Existing in smaller colleges
for about 10 years coed housing
is not a revolutionary idea. What
is new, is the spread of coed
housing to larger campuses,
where traditionally men and
women have lived in different
areas of campus, had separate
hall governments, and required
planned social activities to meet
each other.
Coed housing comes in several
structural forms. It may have
adjacent 'buildings for men and
women, as in Graham, or house
the two sexes in separate wings
of one large building as done in
Hume. More liberal schools even
place men and women on separate
floors within the same halls.
In all cases, the key factor is
the sharing of common facilities
including lobbies, dining rooms,
libraries and recreation lounges.
Suzanne Imes, a graduate stu student
dent student in education at Syracuse
University, conducted a survey in
1966 of 10 colleges using coed
housing units. The advantages
listed by the schools for the
system were numerous.
The main point stressed, Miss
Imes concluded from the survey,
was that coed housing provides a
natural setting for casual friend friendships
ships friendships between men and women to
develop.
This leads to better under understanding
standing understanding of the attitudes and in interests
terests interests of the opposite sex," she
said, and promotes more
realistic views by both sexes of
the other."
One of the advantages Miss
Imes said the colleges listed
was that coed housing provides
a better chance for social life
to the shy student who might
otherwise hesitate to attend
social events.
Another advantage was that
coed housing provides a closer
semblance of society before and
after college by not separating
men from women.
This is not to bypass problems
that coed housing created at these
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covered discovered in roost places the top
leadership position was almost
always filled by a man, although
the position was open to men or
women.
Thus women may not benefit
from leadership experience as
much as they would in all women's
dorms," Miss imes said.
Some of the colleges said coed
housing may also increase prob problems
lems problems for the freshman who views
college as a social playground.
He may find the coed atmosphere
so tempting that studies, already
in an unsteady position, easily
take a low priority.
Miss Imes found in many cases
that a double standard in curfew

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and other regulations caused
resentment by women at these
colleges and made it harder for
them to accept the regulations.
One problem which proves
critical for the success of a coed
housing unit is providing dorm
facilities vending machines,
laundry areas, study halls, li libraries
braries libraries and recreation rooms
to women after curfew.
However, most problems of
coed bousing," Miss Imes ob observed,
served, observed, can be at least partially
eliminated by careful planning of
the hall facilities, by giving at attention
tention attention to student government
structures, and by providing
well-trained and informed per personnel
sonnel personnel on the staff."

Wednesday. May 22, 1968, The Florida Alligator.

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1, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, May 22, 1968

Task Forces
Will Require
Student Help
Students concerned with issues
they feel should be discussed in
Pres. Stephen O'Connell's Action
Conference are asked to present
them to Student Government rep representatives
resentatives representatives tills week.
Wednesday, Thursday and Fri Friday
day Friday from 3 to 5 p.m. these rep representatives
resentatives representatives will be available in
the SG offices to discuss students'
problem areas.
"There is no way to get all
the students on this committee
that we think should be on it,"
Gary Goodrich, student body
vice-president said Monday.
"There will be 20 students
and we really need 20,000," he
said.
Goodrich said he was "con "concerned,"
cerned," "concerned," and that the group
finally selected needs to ac accurately
curately accurately represent the students.
He encouraged Interested stu students
dents students to come in to let SG know
what they feel student represen representatives
tatives representatives should be seeking from
the administration.
s
"We need to make sure the
people finally selected have back background
ground background in the areas that will be
discussed," he said.
SG is working on preparing
information packets to Insure
"well-informed student rep representatives."
resentatives." representatives."
"Some students coming up with
suggestions or to volunteer might
be selected to work with the
Action Conference," Goodrich
said.

Contest Seeking Queens

Coeds wishing to apply for the
post of UF to
the National College Queen Con Contest
test Contest must have applications in by
May 25.
Coeds from other state and
private colleges in Florida will
be judged, then the state winner
will go to New York to com compete
pete compete in tiie national finals June
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be studied by the authority was
a proposed plan of payment of
rent, where 90 per cent of the
year's rent is paid in the first
nine months of the school year.
*
Canto said that the GAOA urges
its members to comply "with
the spirit as well as the rights
guaranteed all people by the con constitution
stitution constitution of our country."
Canto said that the plan was
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cooperation with Carl Opp and
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i, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, May 22, 1968

The
# Florida Alligator
To Let The People Know
rasi' Edttor
Ad Raul Ramirez Mike Abrams
m Managing Editor Executive Editor
Ammu
Nick Tatro Paul Kaplan
News Editor Sports Editor
Th north AUis*tor* oOdal position on Usoss is expressed
oaiy Is ths eotaees Mow. Other notorial in tMs Issue nor
reflect the optalso of the writer or cartoonist and not oeces eerily
that at ths Mortis illtiater Mess specifically ladlcsted.
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An Alternative

Widespread dissent to the
Vietnam war is openly reasserted
daily by several young (and old)
men and women in many places.
The most recent example of this
was a full three or four page ad
which appeared in the New York
Times a week ago it labeled the
Vietnam war immoral and
called for the wars end. The ad
was signed by student government
presidents and/or newspaper
editors from 500 American
colleges and universities.
A more striking moral protest
to the Vietnam war is what one
American novelist termed the
Canadian Haven -a growing
number of American males are
heading North to Canada, giving
up their United States citizenship,
to escape the draft.
The question keeps popping up:
Is war just? Many young men
are saying no, and these men must
be offered an alternative to war
and the draft.
Senator Eugene McCarthy
phrased it rather well recently:
So long as the draft continues,
legal options must be provided for
those who are morally opposed to
a particular war. 1 firmly believe
that although the decision to
make war is the prerogative of the
government, the citizen is still
individually responsible for his
own moral judgments on matters

Frankly, it scares me, ad admitted
mitted admitted one University junior the
other night. The topic was the
rash of campus revolts hitting uni universities
versities universities across the nation.
And being scared is an under-
standable reaction.
The National Observer has
noted that among the ugliest scars
the revolts will leave on the nation
is the memory of otherwise intel intelligent
ligent intelligent citizens who hesitated to
deplore the whole business.
The Observer made a legitimate
point: even if some of the de demands
mands demands of the students are just and
morally desirable, the take takeovers
overs takeovers are a type of dictatorship.
Many dictators have assumed
their power with the best of moral
intentions and in all sincerity.
But among the most menacing
dictatorships are those righteous
ones.
Although students might wish
to put the shoe on the other foot
and claim that it is the adminis administrators
trators administrators who are dictators, the
Observer concludes that in fact,

Frightening

of public policy. He may not
abdicate his own conscience to the
government.
The Alligator agrees with
McCarthys proposal and also with
the Presidents Commission on the
draft which said in its recent
report that standards for a special
deferment on grounds of reasoned
judgment about the war should be
approved.
And what is that alternative
service McCarthy insists upon?
\
The Peace Corps.
According to the book A
Thousand Days by Arthur
Schlesinger, when John F.
Kennedy and Pierre Salinger were
drawing up plans for the Peace
Corps, they did so with the
intention of one day making it an
alternative to military service.
We think that day is here.
Since President Kennedy
created the Peace Corps by
Executive Order on March 1,
1961, more than 25,000
Americans have gone overseas as
volunteers.
We think that by March 1,
1969, these Peace Corps
volunteers should be going
overseas knowing it is a fulfillment
of their military obligation, for
they are indeed fighting a war on a
front which must be won the
peace front.

at none of the afflicted schools
has the decision-making process
been so decrepit as to justify the
kind of insurgency that is now
being so highly praised, or at least
being accepted with so little con concern.
cern. concern.
Everyone isnt happy with the
rate things are moving, but a day
of complete satisfaction is prob probably
ably probably impossible.
Still, it is frightening, as the
University coed said, to look
around this nation and see the
state of revolt. Sometimes a
nations people think they have
reached a highest peak of civili civilization
zation civilization and then the fall comes,
breaks in the patterns appear.
This nation must not just watch
the riots with an appalled, but
silent, face. Instead, we must work
to end the reasons for discontent
and to put rationality where now
is frenzied, dictatorial compulsion.
(Reprinted from
THE DAILY TEXAN)

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THE AMERICAN DREAM
A Day Os Order
BY UNCLE JAVERNECK

There has never been a more completely
American concept than that of orderly
dissent.
Dissent, generally speaking, is dissent.
But orderliness, ah thats the stuff of which
the American Dream is made.
Traditionally there has always been
someone around to muff it in the last act.
Emotional and sometimes violent reaction
has been wrought by such men as Patrick
Henry, Jefferson Davis, H. Rap Brown.
Nothing, as we all know, was ever
settled by disorderly dissent.
Then came the day when, although the
American people could not have been more
at odds with their leaders actions, not a
stir was made, nor any banner unfurled.
That was a great day in American history.
The Nations leader appeared on
National TV, that warm July afternoon,
after a sudden interruption of regularly
scheduled programing. His eyes were
sadder than they had ever been before, his
speech slower, more melancholy.
Mah fella Mericans, He said, speaking
for the first time without notes. Ah come
before you tonaht with a heavy heart.
As you all know, youre president is a
very busy, a very concerned, a very
care-laden man. It is often the case that Ah
have to struggle far into the night with the
very perplexing problems of this confused
World. And what Ah have to tell you
tonight is, by far, the greatest difficulty
that Ah have ever faced.
Last night, which Ah was struggling far
into with the very perplexing problems of
this confused World, problems which
concern us all, Ah happened to take a brief
moments rest in a very unfortunate place.
Tense and over-wrought as Ah was
with the many nerve rackin foreign
entanglements which it is mah duty as your

president to carry on, Ah happened to
come to rest on that little red button
which provides for the safety and defense
of us all against Communist agression.
At this point the President glanced
nervously at his watch, ran his tongue over
his lips, and continued.
Ah know, from long experience, that
there is very little we can do, here in
Washington, that will please all of the
people all of the time.
Ah can only say, as Ah have said many
times before, that we must not allow the
alarmists among us to force this great
Nation to its knees in chaos and disorder.
We must not give in to the preachers of
lawlessness and rebellion who want only to
stain our streets with the blood of innocent
people.
Ah, as yore president, ask you, as
fellah Mericans to think of this as merely
an extension of our War on Poverty.
In parting, Ah ask you not to be
concerned about the welfare of mahself or
any of the other birds that
you have sojong considered as dear friends
and lellah Mericans. There is a helicopter
waiting outsider to take us all to a place
where ample provision has been made for
our safety.
The Nation was deeply shocked over the
displeasing news which their leader had just
related. Yet, wonder of wonders, not an
angry voice resounded in the street. Not a
seditious speech was made. Not a soul
succumbed to lawlessness, or violence, or
chaos, or disorder.
In a very few minutes, the television sets
around the Nation blinked off and all was
silent.
*
It was a great day, a memorable day in
the United States history.
The last.



They Pose Questions, issues
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IN THE SWIM
MR. EDITOR:
How can students sit back
and watch a professor being
persecuted for his views and a
film removed from UFTV
because it was about the
bombing of N. Vietnam.
We, the students, go to this
school and we should have a part
in the administering of it.
As Bob Dylan sings, You
better start swimming or youll
sink like a stone, for the times
they are a changin.
Join me in the swim.
ALAN ALLENBEE
WE OBJECT
MR. EDITOR:.
The discontent on this
campus is not without its
foundations. It is not something
which came about over night. It
is the result of a long period of
abuses both from inside and
outside of the university.
We, as University of Florida
students, object to having our
newspaper censored for articles
which might show the
administration in a bad light.
We object to being the only
university in the state with
compulsory ROTC, despite the
fact that the overwhelming
majority of the student body is
against it.
We object to an academic
atmosphere in which a professor
can be denied tenure for
expressing an opinion, regardless
of what that opinion might be.
We object to an academic
atmosphere in which a professor
is forced to leave town because
of threats to himself and his
family.
We object to the Board of
Regents for censoring movies
which they consider to be
propaganda, and for sending
their Chairman to this campus to
lecture students as if they were
six year olds.
We object to a governor, a

ALLIGATOR BRAINOSITIES
By LEWIS ROTHLEIN

Steve Hull went blotto one
day and wrote the three idiotic
sentences below, to be used as
headlines for news items in the
Alligator. Luckily they got into
the hands of a rewrite man
before they were printed, and he
was able to transpose the words
so they made good sense.
CAN YOU DO THE SAME?
You must use every word,
paying close attention to capital
and small letters, possessives,
and plurals. Your three new
sentences must each have five
words, just like the idiotic ones.
Heres how they looked when
Steve Hull first wrote them:
1. Japans convicts will get
Derby.
2. French horse wins Counts
navy.
3. Three years equal twice
nine.
Now write the three

On Student Discontent

legislature, and a public, who are
content to remain with their
heads in the sand, while their
school system disintegrates.
Finally, to those of you who
tell us to remain silent or leave,
we can only say that we believe
that our university is a sick
university. It would be easier for
those of us who voice
displeasure at our environment
to leave and go elsewhere. But
we have decided to stay, and by
voicing our discontent, make
this university a better place for
those who will follow.
WAYNE HARTLEY, 4AS

(Administrative Answers...!

STATEMENT BY
CHANCELLOR ROBERT B.
MAUTZ
It should be clear to all from
recent events that the
controversy which is the object
of faculty debate and student
demonstration has expanded to
encompass issues behond those
which originally were the subject
of discussion. The wide-ranging
character of the discussion in the
form of faculty meetings,
campus rallies, and printed
handouts constitutes lull
testimony that academic
freedom flourishes without
restraint on the campus of the
Florida State University. The
week-long continuation of a
student protest movement
disproves one of the reasons for
the protest, namely, that
restraints other than those of the
U. S. C onstitution hinder
freedom of speech on the
campus.
Now the controversy
threatens consequences which
could damage a great University
and endanger its continuation as
Letters to the Editor should
not exceed 350 words. The
Alligator reserves the right
to edit letters in the Interest
of space.

sentences correctly.
The par for this problem is
five minutes.
As for Mondays brainosity,
the answers were as follows: 1-B,
2-A, 3-1, 4-G, 5-D, 6-C, 7-E, 8-F,
9-H, 10-J.
(Note to mules: the family
that brays together, stays
together.)
Go blotto today.
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QUELL DISSENT
MR. EDITOR:
Assuming all those dissatisfied
with some facet of the
University were to leave, life on
campus would indeed proceed
with harmony, tranquility, and
the utmost contentment. Those
wishing better education, better
living conditions, freedom of
speech, and freedom of thought
would leave. If it were not for
those who have promoted
change, our school system,
would still be one of the

a major force in U. S.
education. I appeal to faculty
and students to abandon
extraordinary methods of
seeking change and to utilize
existing and normal channels
and to forget recrimination and
condemnation. I ask them to do
this before a widening chasm
becomes unbridgeable and

TIGERT TANGO
MR. EDITOR:
"It would seem the adage,
You cant teach an old dog new
tricks, is particularly applicable
to administrators. They seem
unable to comprehend that their
authoritarian, hypocritical,
pass-the-buck mode of rule is
simply no longer acceptable to a
people who are replacing the old
dogmatic rules (which the
administrators pretend to justify
with words like historical and
traditional) with rules based
on a logical, questioning, show
me now approach.
Public, responsible rebuff to
this old authority has been well
demonstrated on this campus by
the actions of the Academic
Freedom and Tenure
Committee, the Student
Conduct Committee, and, at
FSU, by the Arts and Sciences
faculty.
Administrators, however, are
not given to observing
handwritings on walls (unless
they are looking for votes or
jobs) and so even the old
dogs cannot be expected to
give up their bones without a
fight.
Having been witness to the
meaningless, pedantic position
taken by the administrators in
the Jones and the Dow hearings,
I cannot believe that their
self-appointed task force will
be organized so as to be able to
take any sort of effective action
against current problems and
even though such a group may
well be able to come to valid
solutions, they will not be given
the autonomous power to
implement them.
And so I suspect that once
again issues are being obscured
through the administrative ploy

...Meet With Skepticism

Wednesday, May 22, *968, The Florida Alligator,

Nineteenth Century, i.e.
compulsory chapel, freshman
beanies, and Chester Ferguson.
In short, change would become a
thing of the past and progress
would be stifled.
Is a university a business
designed to regulate the minds
of its faculty or to package and
market its final products, the
minds of its students? Is the
university here to quell dissent
or to enlighten the public in
order that they may wisely
dissent in a free society?
MICHAEL ROSENBERG, lUC
E. KEITH WALKER, lUC

further tragedy occurs. The time
for resolutions, vigils, and
emotions is past. I appeal for
judgment, wisdom, and
understanding in order that we
may all resume that which is our
common principal objective
the building of a great University
to serve the citizens of this
State.

of procrastination and the task
force committees will find
themselves playing second fiddle
to the tune of the Tigert Tango.
GERALD M. MILLER, 4AS
BUSY WORK
MR. EDITOR:
I am completely at a loss to
understand just what will be
explored with regard, for
example, to ROTC. Since
students and faculty have
already expressed, expounded
and explained their position on
ROTC, which opinion was
virtually expunged by the
Regents, I fail to comprehend
what needs to be explored
except possibly Mr. Fergusons
will-to-power and obvious
militarism, a subject, I predict,
that will not make the agenda of
Mr. OConnells task force.
I fear that the editors of The
Florida Alligator and most of
the enlightened citizenry of the
campus have fallen for the cant
of the administration that there
exists a lack of com communication
munication communication which can be
remedied by the creation of new
channels. Unfortunately, the
problem is neither as superficial
nor as simplistically solved with
the creation ad nauseam of a
host of presidential committees,
task forces, study groups, etc. As
a matter of fact, the creation of
such groups points up that both
the Faculty Senate and Student
Government function only as
advisory committees themselves,
phantoms of self-government,
impotent vestiges of an era when
power resided in the academic
community.
An honest confrontation
between the academic
community and the

Come writers and critics
who prophesy with
your pen
And keep your eyes wide
the chance won*t come
again
And dont speak too soon
for the wheels still in
spin
And theres no teHin*
who that its namin'
And the losers now will
be later to win
For the times they are a
changin'
Come mothers and
fathers throughout the
land
And con't criticize what
you can't understand
Your sons ahd your
daughters are beyond
your command
As the old road is rapidly
aging
And get out of the new if
you cant lend a hand
For the times they are a
changin
-808 DYLAN

administration and regents
would reveal real differences in
the goals of these groups and
would necessitate real
negotiations for change rather
than the delusional aim of
consensus-through consensus-throughcommunication.
communication. consensus-throughcommunication. 1 maintain that
the creation of task forces is
not only irrelevant by providing
busy-work but is basicaLy
dishonest by not focusing on the
underlying conflict inherent in
an academic community where
complete authority for major
decisions resides in
administration and the regents.
JUDITH M. LEVY, 7AS
STRUCTURE
MR. EDITOR:
One thing has become clear
to me and that is that no matter
how much or how loud the
dialogue becomes, the basic issue
at hand should not become
distorted or lost to sight. The
basic issue (as I see it) is: should
a social institution of which the
university is one, mirror and
reflect the society of which it is
a part? If this is so, and I am
open to contrary arguments,
then the existing structure of all
institutions of higher learning in
this country; or should I say,
state supported institutions of
higher learning, is literally out of
place.
What is the function of the
administration? Executive?
8
What should be the function
of the faculty and students of a
university? Legislative?
And by God, if we need a
judge lets go outside of that
structure and establish one that
can be viable.
JOHN R. HARP, 3JM

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single sharing living area and bath.
Private entrance, 16 block from
campus. $130.00 per month, will
consider singly. 3762832.
(Bl43stp)
SPACIOUS 1 and 2 bdrm. AC. apt.
fully furnished, induding washing
machine w ith in walking distance of
University. One of each available for
Summer Qtr. and just a few leases
remaining for fall rentals. 3723357
and 372-5240. (B-143-ts-c)
SUBLEASE 1 BR apt. Frederick
Gardens, June, July, August, SIOO.OO
per month. Call after 6, 3727417.
(Bl433tp)
RENT: $60.00 month single, $75.00
married couple. 8 x 35 trailor with 8
x 16 adjoining bedroom. AC., Pool,
completely furnished, clean. Summer
only. 378-5781. (B-143-3t-p)
$96 A MONTH RENTS a 1 bdrm.,
AC. Apartment, 3 blocks from
campus starting June 1. 3722485 or
1716 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Apt. 5.
(ABl43stp)
FURNISHED ROOM for rent in
lovely home near University. Phone
376 0404. Male student.
(Bl43stp)
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ROOMMATE Senior, grad, or law
student, for summer qtr. French
Quarter no. 99. Call Barry or Bill
372-5500. (81433 t
OLYMPIA Hi-Rise 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. (81355 t
COLONIAL MANOR Subletting
for entire summer, SIOO per month.
AC, pool one block from campus.
Call 376-0760 or Come by Apt.
142. (Bl4l3t p)
WALK out your back door to a
beautiful pool. Study in the Sun this
summer. Sublease University Gardens
Apt. 2 bedrooms. Phone 3768836.
(Bl4ost p)
SUBLET: Large two bedroom
furnished, AC. Apt. will
accommodate four. Need car,
$135.00, except $90.00 June. Call
evenings. 376-2289. (Bl4lstp)
ONE MONTH FREE rent, 2
bedroom furnished apt, AC., 3 blocks
from campus available in June,
$115.00. Call 378-1951.
(Bl4lstp)
FIREPLACE, dishwasher, AC, pool,
cable TV, free gas grills, quiet shady
side, view, 116 bath townhouse, two
full bedrooms and one mini-guest
room, many extras! Landmark Apts.
378-7429. (B-141-3t-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)
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FRATERNITY MEN, house closing
for the summer? Try (cooperative
living at Georgia Seegle 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)
SUPER SUMMER SAVINGS:
Swimming pool, AC, dose proximity
to campus,-aH from University Apts,
for sllO to $l5O for summer qtr.
Two sizes for efficiencies and 1
bedim., also, renting for Fall. See at
1524 N.W. 4th Ave. or call
376-8990. (Bl39lotp)
COLONIAL MANOR Apt 153.
Close to campus, AC, Furnished,'
pool. Available in June. Call
378-8617 or Tom Murry. U of F Ext.
2307. (B-140-3t-p)
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WANTED
X*X*:*X*X.SX:XX*X-:*XX< WANT A GROOVY SUMMER? One
male roommate needed for French
Quarter this summer. One of the best
locations and stereo set ups around.
Call 378-7804 or see no. 35.
(Cl43Stp)
WANTED: One or two female
roommates for large Came lot
poolside apt. Beginning Fall Quarter.
Must be senior or Grad student. Call
378-8468. (C-143-2t-p)
FEMALE ROOMMATE for Summer
Quarter. FRENCH QUARTER
APTS. Call 372-5408. One month
paid for. (Cl434tp)
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: 4 student to sublet 2
bedroom. Air Conditioned Apt next
to Pool. SIOO 4th Quarter per
person. Call 378 BBO6.
(Cl4l3tp)
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)
HELP WANTED §
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-92tfnc)
LADIES READY to wear, managerial
and sales personnel neodod for well
established, medium priced, dress end
sports wear shop. Excellent
opportunity for advancement/, all
firings benefits plus retirement plan.
Experienced only. Age 2546, Reply
giving resume of experience to:
Gainesville Sun, Box b92M,
Gainesville, Florida. (E-137-10t-c)
FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER for
Alligator Advertising Department to
begin summer, term. Must have
camera equipment; dark room is
provided. Apply Room 330 Reitz
Union. (E-14T~10t-cn)
NEED HOSTESS Apply Larry's
Wonderhouse. 14 SW Ist St. Hours
s*B p.m. (E-142-st-p)
STUDENTS! Looking for summer
employment? No matter where you
plan to be you can earn SIOO.OO to
slooo.+ per month part or full time.
Call 3783777 for appointment.
(El4lstp)
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*53 OLDS. Runs well. Very
Dependable. Good for around town
transportation. Must Sail! SIOO.OO or
best offer. Call BiM, Room 404,
372-9120. (Gl4ostp)
1964 CORVETTE,
Air-Conditioning, HiPerformance
engine, 4-pesd fastback, excellent
condition, may trade for smaller car
or sports car. Call 378-7380.
(Gl43stp)
1967 LEMANS, blue. 3-speed, floor
shift, console. Must sell to raise
money to graduate, $2375.00. Call
Wayne, 372-6484. 1960 RAMBLER STATION Wagon:
Radio, Heater, nearly new tires,
56,000 actuel miles, $200.00. Car is
in excellent condition. 378-8630
afternoons only. (Gl43lt-p)
DODGE R/H, 440 Cu. In., Auto.
Trans., radio, power steering,
customtinted windows, 8,500 miles
on this 1967. Turns 14 sec. quarters
with street tires, $2650. Call
376-7657 from 9-5.
(Gl43stp)
'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)

MALE ROOMMATE WANTED FOR
SUMMER Have your own room in
2 bedroom air-conditioned modem
apartment. Only $37.50 a month.
Call Larry 378-8253
(Wl43stp)
2 FEMALE ROOMMATES Live
in an attractive, spacious, air
conditioned apartment with pool;
quiet, comfortable . only
$38.75/mo.; summer quarter. Call
378-3583. (W-143-st-p)
SUBLEASE: One bedroom,
furnished, AC, JuneAug, 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
campus. 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)
HAPPY COED ROOMMATE wanted
- Village Park, on pool, 1968-69
quarters. Call Patsy, Joan or Betty at
372-9205 after 6. (W-143-st-p)

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1962 YELLOW CORVAIR Monza
radio, heater, air conditioner.
Good condition. Best offer. Call
Linda Jennings dorm. Room 6
evenings. 3726381. (Gl4lstp)
59 MGA Silver, AM-FM radio,
seat belts, good top, tonneau, side
curtains, new exhaust system, valve
job, tuneup. 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, Whitewells,
wire wheels, $325.00, Tonneau
Cover. Call 3782949 evenings.
(Gl39stp)
'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 $650.00. Call 376-9158. Ask for
Jack G. (G-142-3t-p)
61 FORD Galaxie. Power steering,
power brakes, radio, heater, V-8
Automatic, Runs great $245.00 or
best offer. 378-8328. (G-142-3t-p)
1959 BUICK WAGONv.ood Local
Transportation, $185.00. Call
372-5517, 6-8 p.m.
(Gl4l3tp)
THUNDERBIRD, 1960, black. 430
engine, loaded. SSOO or best offer,
cash only. 3726849 after 5:30 p.m.
(Gl4lstp)
1964 FORD, 2 door, hardtop.
$55.00 or best offer. Must be sold.
Call Gene 3769381 after 11 p.m.
(Gl4l3tp)
1963 MONZA Convertible tan with
black top. Tan interior, 4 speed, new
tires, very clean. Excellent condition
$600.00. Call 376-7401. K.:.x.x.w^.-;-:-:-:-x-x-x-:->x<-%xvx-:-:-x-x-:-:<-:
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DEAR RICH: I'm a bit exhausted
today for some unknown reason
moderation must come, or I leave,
maybe. P.T.N. (J-143-It-p)

Wednesday, May 22, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

APARTMENT HUNTERS GUIDE

WOULD YOU BELIEVE, $250.00?
That's all it takes to live in luxurious
LA FONTANA hirise for the entire
summer quarter! Adjacent UF Post
Office See Apt. 506 or call
376-4134 or 376-7534.
(Wl4olltp)
SPECIAL RATES 20% discount on
2 BR Landmark apt. for summer;
optional next year; bookcase, other
.extras included. 3727627.
(Wl43stp)
RENT DISCOUNT: Sub-let for
summer and will pay % of your total
rent. Own single room. Air Cond., 1
mile from campus, $40.00 per
month. 378-8344. (W-139-st-p)
1-3 TO SUBLET 2 bedroom *>t for
summer. AC., comfortable. 1 block
.from campus, SIOO.OO per month.
378-7187. (Wl4ostp)
VILLAGE PARK, 2 Bdrm, AC. Apt.
.to sublet June, July, August. Very
good condition and will include a few
extras. Call now 3786141.
(Wl43stp)
FRENCH QUARTER Sublease
two bedroom AC., apt. for summer
quarter, Call 378-5437, or come by
apartment 87, Ask about terms.
(Wl39stp)
LARGE three bedroom apartment
for rent. Three blocks from campus,
$90.00 per month. Call 378-7754
between 4 p.m. end 6 p.m. Law or
graduate students preferred.
(Wl433tc)

PERSONAL
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ACT BOYCOTT ROTC PARADE.
(J-142-4t-p)
TO GOOD HOME with couple,
prefer children. 7-month female
puppy. Housebroken. Loves children.
Susan Buck, UF Ext. 2705, 378-8640
after 6. (J-142-3t-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. Ai, for
$325.00. For information call 2741.
Program Office 310 Union.
(J-140-st-c)
HAPPY VEINTECINCO. F.J.B.
Look out for the infantry! Think
Conservative! Avoid Activists! Hope
your JUG runneth over! Best regards
& STAY ON THE OFFENSIVE!
TJ.C. & G.A.F. (Jl43ltp)
CHUCKIE (Never a Charles) Happy
Birthday and a great big kiss from
your handshaking pal. Love to my
bestest buddy. XX WMS
(Jl43ltp)
NINA loves, 'The Kidz." See them
Sat. night at Hillel Foundation, 8:30
p.m. 'til 12:30 a.m. (J-143-3t-c)
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LOST Large, solid black cat. Very
friendly. Answers to "Mister." Lost
in S.W. 2nd Avenue Area. Really
desperate he's not ours!!
378-8645. (L-143-4t-p)
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ALTERNATORS GENERATORS
- STARTERS Electrical systems
tested repairs. Auto Electric Service
- 603 S.E. Second Street,
378-7330. (Ml3otfc)
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NEEDFC. 3 or 4 persons to sublet
kool, Air-Conditioned, poolside. Sin
City Apt. at reduced rate for June,
July, August. Qa I I
378-3609. (Wl39stp)
ATTRACTIVE modern
Air-Conditioned furnished duplex
apartment. Two bedrooms, private
patio. Available Aina 1, no teasa teasas2l
s2l teasas2l N.W. 21st St., $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 t, from campus, near downtown. Call
378-4954. (W-140-st-p)
FOR SALE: 3. BR. 1 Bath, all
Electric home in N.E. Section, close
to shopping center, school, and park,
low down payment and take over
small monthly mortgage payments.
Lew than rent Call 3721356 after
7 p.m. (Wl4ostp)
WILLIAMSBURG 3-Bedroom
poolside apt. available June 6, for
summer quarter only: Can work deal
for June Rent. Call 3786652.
(Wl4ostp)*
r
REDUCED SUMMER RATE, 2
bedroom Village Park apt.,
completely furnished, walltowall
carpet. Central Air, all electric. Pool,
Bookcase. Call 376-7911, after 5
p.m. (Wl436tp)

Having Trouble Subletting
For The Summer?
TRY THE ALLIGATOR'S
Apartment
Hunters Guide
FOR RENT TO LEASE
F,OR SALE TO SHARE
Same Ad
5 DAYS $3.50
SAVE 50 cents
AND ONLY
60 cents PER DAY
AFTER FIVE DAYS
*
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UNIVERSITY GARDENS balcony
apt. to sublet for summer through
next year if desired. Free ber-be-que
with apartment. Cell 376-8154
(708-209 SW 16th Ave.)
(W-142 st-p)
RUBY D. Apts. Sub-lease spacious
one bedroom furnished apt. Live
comfortable this summer with
air-condition and pool privileges. All
electric. Available June. Call
378-8613. (Wl4lstp)
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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.
(Wl4lstp) r
One female roommate for summer
quarter Landmark Apts. Call
378-3851 after 6 p.m.
(Wl4lstp)
AIR CONDITIONED 2 bedroom
apartment, 2 blocks from
campus, available June through
August. Call 372 2BBO.
(W-ira-st-p)
SUMMER LIVING FOR ALL MALE
AND FEMALE STUDENTS, $60.00
per month.. Room and 3 meals per
day. Independence, one block off
campus. Apply to Collegiate Living
Organization, 117 N.W. 15th St. or
Call 376-9420. (W-143-Bt-p)



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I, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, May 22, 1968

ADMINISTRATIVE
NOTICES
NATIONAL DEFENSE
LOAN BORROWERS: If
you have been approved for
a release of funds from the
National Defense Loan
Program for the summer
quarter, and have
preregistered* for that
quarter, your fee payment
can be from your
loan. As sobn 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 PAYMENTS
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.
GENERAL NOTICES
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, Tuesday for
Wednesday publication and
Thursday for Friday
publication. Notices should
"be typed and signed by the
person submitting the
notice and sent to the
Division of Information

Low Interest Rates Still Available
I Interest on Credit Union loans never exceeds 1% per month on unpaid balance
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BLUB BULLETIN

Services, Building H.,
Campus. Items for the
Campus Calendar should be
sent to the Public Functions
Office, Reitz Union.
CAMPUS CALENDAR
Wednesday, May 22
SCEC: Annual Banquet,
Ramada Inn, 7 p.m.
Fla. Speleological Society:
Meeting, 361 Union, 7
p.m.
Circle K: Meeting, 357
Union, 7:30 p.m.
Afro-American Student
Assoc: Panel Discussion,
Union Aud., 8 p.m.
Florida Players: Imaginary
Invalid/' Constans
Theatre, 8 p.m.
Language & Lit. Club: Prof.
James Highsmith,
"Burlesque Forms in
Ambrose Bierce's The
Devils Dictionary" 103 B
AFA, 8:15 p.m.
Lyceum Council: Boston
Symphony Chamber
Players, Univ. Aud., 8:15
p.m.
Thursday, May 23
Florida Arts Council:
Boston Symphony
Orchestra Chamber
Players, Univ. Aud., 2:30
p.m.
baptist Student Center:
Fellowship Supper, 1604
W. Univ. Ave, 5:30 p.m..
Everyone Welcome.
Christian Science:
Testimony Meeting, 355
Union, 7 p.m.
Gamma Beta Phi: Executive
Meeting, 150 G, Union,
7:30 p.m.
Florida Players: Imaginary
I nvalid," Constans
Theatre, 8 p.m.
Yoga: Lessons, T owers,
3 Idg. C, 9 p.m.

Lyceum Council: Boston
Symphony Chamber
Players, Univ. Aud., 8:15
p.m.
Spotlights & Projectors:
Demonstration and Tour
of Constans Theatre,
10:00 p.m. Union
Colonnade
Friday, May 24
Florida Arts Council:
Lecture, Philip Hiss,
Union Aud., 10:30 a.m.
Florida Arts Council:
Legislative Program,
Union Aud., 1:30 p.m.

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farmers
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of joining
The Peace Corps.
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The Peace Corps Hi
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ADDRESS ALL CAMPUS CALENDAR
NOTICES TO PUBLIC FUNCTIONS
OFFICE. FLORIDA UNION

Florida Arts Council:
R eception, Univ.
Gallery, 3:30 p.m.
Engineering Science
Seminar, Dr. Hermann
Kursweg, Basic Research
in the Office of
Advanced Research and
Technology in NASA,"
McC Aud., 4 p.m.
Union Movie: "Lost
Command" Union Aud.,
7 p.m. and 9:15 p.m.
Fla. Folk Dancers: Dancing,
214 Fla. Gym, 8 p.m.
Florida Players: "Imaginary
Invalid," Constans
Theatre, 8 p.m.

Lyceum Council: Boston
Symphony Chamber
Players, Univ. Aud., 8:15
p.m.
Tolbert Area: Dance,
Terrace, 8:30 p.m.
Spotlights & Projectors:
Demonstration & Tour
of Constans Theatre,
Union Colonnade, 10:00
p.m.
UNION BOX OFFICE
Tickets are now on sale for
Boston Symphony,
Florida Players
Production of
"Imaginary Invalid/'
Florida Cinema Society,
and Faculty Club Buffet
Dinner.



Phi Kappa Tau
Brother Jack Harkness was
tapped into Florida Blue Key.
Lynn Marks (DPhIE) has been
selected outstanding Little Sister
and sister Nancy Register (DDD)
represented the fraternity in
Gator Gras.
The brothers had a roller skat skating
ing skating party with the AOPis Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and a 1950 social with the
AEPhi's Thursday. The annual
Barbarian is Saturday night.
Pi Kappa Phi
PIKE announces that Miss Patti
Svane (AXO) is Rose Ball Queen
for this year. Court members are
Marilyn Burke (AXO) and June
Colin. The brothers, as part of
a community service project,
donated SSO for Lincoln Highs
prom decorations.
Beta Theta Phi
The Betas won the IFC Inter Interfraternity
fraternity Interfraternity Sing. First place
trophy was presented to Alex
Nicholas, chorister. President
Jeff Klink was tapped for ODK.
At the May 10 weekend, Sandi
Taylor, Tri-Delt, was elected
new sweetheart.
Phi % Sigma Sigma
The Phi Slgs and DX*s teamed
up to raise $438 to win the World
University Service trophy.
Sisters appointed to new jobs are:
Helene Rutansky, traffic court
justice; Maxine Kasselman, aide
to director of housing; Barbara
Greenberg, under-secretary of
womens affairs. Sister Jane
Solomon is engaged to Mel Davis
of Birmingham.
Tau Kappa Epsilon
New officers are: Steve
Aptheker, pres.; John Trlfiletti,
vice-pres.; Miles Wilkin, treas.;
Jim Thorn, sec.
At the TKE's Red Carnation
Ball brother Miles Wilkin was
awarded the honor as Out Outstanding
standing Outstanding TEKE. Other awards
went to Mark Gage, pledge award;
John Cromer, athletics; George
Robinson, scholarship, who was
also elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
Celia Haverty is the new TEKE
sweetheart.
Delta Sigma Phi
At the Carnation Ball last
weekend, brothers Clyde Smith,
Terry So call, and Chris Camp Campbell
bell Campbell won awards for Outstanding
Athlete, Improved Scholar, and
Valuable Brother, respectively.-
Mias Holly Chernega is sweet sweetheart
heart sweetheart for the year. Parents day
is Saturday.
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ODK. Last weekend the brothers
hosted the AG IDs from FSU.
Kappa Alpha Theta
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and the sorority placed second
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STATE CONTEST RESULTS T|
The Worlds Worst Movie 15... |

By JOE TORCMA
Alligator Feature. Editor

One of the most exciting
moments of this quarter has been
judging the FIRST ANNUAL
WORLDS WORST MOVIE
AWARDS (presented by the
Academy of Atrocities at the
State theatre).
When manager Bill Henderson
drafted me to help with the job,
I never thought it could be as
exciting as it turned out; but it
really was, I think, and I wish
to relate some of the humor
(sic) I came across (NOTE: A
preposition is not a good word
to end a sentence with).
Before I go on, however, Pd
better refresh you on the cate categories;
gories; categories; they are: Worst Picture,
Awfulest Actor, Most Atrocious
Actress, Lousiest Director,
Stinldngest Screenplay. And be before
fore before I announce the winner, I wish
to list some of the more remark remarkable
able remarkable losers:
One girl (Glenda Ebersale)
chose "Blow-Up (Throw-Up)" as
the worst picture, along with
Audrey Hepburn, Warren Beatty,
Michelangelo Antonioni and
Bonnie and Clyde." Needless to
say, she 105 t...
One young man (or maybe hes
old) chose The Qay Ones (filmed
at the Pub) as the Worst picture;
another chose She Freak (at the
Suburbia)"; both of these lost
because they nullified each other.

poetic prose
by DEBBY STYAR
Alligator Correspondent
There exists a tremulous battle within. Outside,
calmness and tranquility; inside, a range of a
thousand wild beasts. Each beast has a thick shackle
around its neck. I hold the reins 6f all. these
animals. . .each one pulling in a different direction
with unimaginable strength.,l grip wtth tenacity...
every muscle in my body U, straihed and rippled,
unable to let go. of my intense
fear. The energy is quickly
dissipating. I resolve Ho relinquish the struggle;
yet, I am forced to persevere. There is daVkness
encompassing me. One thinlaeam 0/ light from above
catches my eye. .- .1 slowly look down . and find a
glittering rivulet of Wood and tears beneath me. My
tears and my blood. I should not have looked down; I
begin to feel emotion.. .the liquid is not only my own,
but from others also. The stream is slow and
steady and I cannot tolerate looking at it. I realize
that my grip is weakening. .1 keep my eyes tightly
closed, desperately praying to forget that ignominous
sight. .1 MUST NOT SEE.
My body becomes saturated with my own sweat. J
feel thick and heavy as if I blend in with the
atmosphere around me. I cannot differentiate between
myself and my surroundings. The unceasing wailing
of the beasts begins to anger me and gives me
more strength. I try to ignore the hurt I have been _
feeling inside because this will weaken me and I
will lose the battle. .if I weaken I will perish. .
I MUST NOT FEEL.
I am captured in this confusing turmoil. I cannot
escape; but, must maintain control until my last drop
of energy dwindles. I suddenly realize that I have
been solely aware of only my own thoughts, uncon unconsciously
sciously unconsciously denying the anguished cries of other men in
the darkness. I do not know the reason for these
anguished cries, but I believe I understand. .they
are also struggling. The cries become louder
unbearable because I am unable to help. . JRyffjP
is loosening. .. I will die '. ..1 MUST NOT HEAR.
Estranged in this unmitigating struggle, I vowed not
to See, I vowed not to Feel, and I vowed not to Hear.
AM I LIVING?

Raquel Welch came up heaven heavenknows-how
knows-how- heavenknows-how many-times as the
most atrocious actress I
thought it was Interesting, be because
cause because most of these entries were
by girls.
One interesting entry was:
"WORST PICTURE: Valley of
the Dolls (so bad, I wouldnt
even go see it); AWFULEST AC ACTOR:
TOR: ACTOR: Frank Sinatra (For the
"Naked Runner); MOST ATRO ATROCIOUS
CIOUS ATROCIOUS ACTRESS: Annette Funi Funicello
cello Funicello (for any of the beach flicks);
LOUSIEST DIRECTOR: dont
know, left before the credits;
STINKINGEST SCREENPLAY:
"Godzilla"."
And then there was one entry
signed by Rod Steiger, 222 W.
2nd Ave.
And I cant forget the poor
guy who had The Married Wo Woman
man Woman listed for all categories.
He must have entered at least
a dozen times the entries were
signed (respectively but not re respectfully)
spectfully) respectfully) by Top Cat, Bat Batman,
man, Batman, "Atom Ant," Superman"
and a number of unsigned entries.
For your information, some of
the other entries Included the
following: Patty Duke, John
Wayne, Jane Fonda, Elizabeth
Taylor (somebodys REALLY
sick), Jerry Lewis, Hurry Sun Sundown,"
down," Sundown," Natalie Wood, Ann-Mar Ann-Margret,
gret, Ann-Margret, Elvis Presley, Fantastic
Voyage," Federico Fellini,
Bergman, One Million Years,
8.C., Michael Caine, Tony
Rome, Otto Preminger, The

Love-Ins, Rock Hudson, Doris
Day, The Happiest Million Millionaire,"
aire," Millionaire," Phyllis Diller, Ulys Ulysses,
ses, Ulysses, Bob Hope and Guess
Who's Coming To Dinner?"
Tis but a few, but a good
sampling.
And one entry must be men mentioned,
tioned, mentioned, for the following note was
Included on the back:

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Cinema Society:
Another First
, chalk up another first for the Florida Cinema Society.
The University film club has been working hard of late to promote
interest in the movie as an art form by bringing a series of firsts"
to campus.
Last fall it was Triumph of the Will, a captured German prop propaganda
aganda propaganda film just released by the U.S. Department of Justice. In
the winter term, the first nudity to be seen on a UF screen appeared
as part of the Underground Film Festival. Last week, the organization
ran Andy Warhols Chelsa Girls," the first time this flick (which
has been banned in Boston and New York) has been shown south of
the Mhson-Dixon.
At the end of this term, the first Florida Student Film Awards
will be held, recognizing campus movie makers and encouraging
the making of independent films.
Today the Society announced that next Sunday will be the premiere
showing of Children of Paradise, the most famous film ever to
come out of France, being shown now for the first time in its original,
uncut version.
The film, produced by Marcel Carne during German occupation,
is an escapist fantasy back to a time when France was happy. Many
of the scenes take place in the bawdy music halls of early 19th
century Paris. The story is that of a young artist and his dancer
mistress coping with their Individual dreams.
Like so many other foreign films, "Children of Paradise was
unmercifully cut when first shown in this country. Not until this
year has a complete print, with every scene intact, been available
here.
Showings are at 6 and 9:15 at the Union Auditorium.

Wednesday, May 22, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

Dear Bill (Hello, Chuck),
A couple of years ago my wife
went to Baltimore on the train.
She left at 3:00 p.m. and I was
blue with tons of time on my
hands to have suddenly found my myself
self myself waving good-bye to a train.
What to do? Well, you were
showing a kiddies flick about a
duck and an organ-playing cat who

fought through the forces of evil evilhood
hood evilhood (a gibbon: a bad choice for
the bad guy. Actually, a highly
respectable creature) to a
maudlin finish.
That other theatre down the
street was doing Mary Poppins
to death. Would you believe I
chose the kiddles* show? Would
you believe that in desperation
1 went to M.P. after the kiddies
who and believe me, the latter
has class compared?
All of the above is TRUE.
You're a wonderful man to have
given me a chance to strike
back, if only one blow, at the
flick that took a helplessly de depressed
pressed depressed man and smashed him
into worthlessness.
THAT ENDS THE LETTER,
and this article. It goes to show
what a World's Worst Movie
contest can do for a person.
* *
i-
By the way, the winner was
Don Pevsner, who chose: MOVIE:
The Ambushers"; ACTOR:
Dean Martin; ACTRESS: Raquel
Welch; DIREC TOR: Andy Warhol;
SCREENPLAY: Ambushers."
(In flicks, first and second
runner-ups were: The Trip"
and Hurry Sundown.")
This was the State winner
There's another to come from
the Record Bar.
This Week:
It's Symphony
And Theatre
Concerts by the Boston Sym Symphony
phony Symphony Chamber Players and per performances
formances performances of The Imaginary
Invalid" by the Florida Players
will highlight a week of fine arts
activities at the UF today
through Saturday.
' Two other events will be
masters' classes and clinics held
in conjunction with the Boston
Players and the arnual delegate
assembly of the Florida Arts
Council.
\
The Boston musicians will per perform
form perform Tuesday through Friday at
8:15 p.m. in University Audito Auditorium.
rium. Auditorium. Tickets range from 50
cents to $2 and are on sale at
the Reitz Union Box Office.
Their appearance is sponsored
by the University's Lyceum
Couhcil in conjunction with the
Florida Development Commis Commission
sion Commission and the National Foundation
for the Arts and Humanities.
The Florida Players'
production of Moliere's The
Imaginary Invalid" runs Monday
through Saturday in the Constans
Theatre with curtain time at
8 p.m., except Saturday when a
2 p.m. matinee also is scheduled.
Tickets ranging from 25 cents
to $1.25 may be purchased at
the Reitz Union Box Office.
The Boston Players, assisted
by University music faculty
members, will conduct a series
of classes and clinics for stu students,
dents, students, faculty and the general
public in the French horn, trum trumpet,
pet, trumpet, trombone, flute, oboe and
clarinet. Percussion and string
workshops also will be conducted.
i At ii i
, < Sessions are through
Thursday afternoons in the Music
Building and University Audi Auditorium.
torium. Auditorium.

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NEELY. PRESSLY ALL-SEC
Potter Named Tennis Coach Os The Year

by MARC DUNN
Alligator Sports Writer
UF tennis team has added
more honors to its list with
the selection of Coach Bill Pot Potter
ter Potter as Southeastern Conference
Tennis Coach of the Year and
Arm! Neely and Jamie Pressly
to the All-SEC team.
This is the second year that
Neely and Pressly have been
named to the all-SEC first team.
I feel very honored to be
selected the tennis coach of the
year by the SEC, Potter said.
11 The team deserves the credit
for this. I am especially pleased
for Jamie and Armi.
Steve Beeland, UFs No. 3
singles player, was named to the
second team All-SEC. He was
runner-up last year In the SEC
competition and was SEC win winner
ner winner In his division this year.
Potter has been head tennis
coach since 1952 and in that
time he has compiled a dual
meet record of 244-71. The Ga Ga
Ga vrs have won the SEC tennis

4 Gator Baseballers Chosen
On Conference All-Star Sauad

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI)
Southeastern Conference cham champion
pion champion Alabama placed three men
on tee coaches* All-SEC base baseball
ball baseball team while runnerup
Florida placed four on the all allstar
star allstar squad.
The 14 man team was select select-6
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Signed By UF
BULLETIN!
Coach Tommy Barlett last
night signed Gary Waddell, of
Lexington, Ky. to a four year
grant-in-aid scholarship.
Waddell, a senior at Lafayette
High School, is 6-10, and a
member of the Kentucky All-
State Basketball squad. This
summer, he will participate in
bote tee Kentucky All-Star game,
and the Kentucky-Indiana All-
Star -game, and the Kentucky-
Indiana All-Star contest.
Waddell has averaged 21.3
points per game, and 17.6
rebounds.
New Rules
For USAMI
Atlanta (Special) Carl Hay Haygood,
good, Haygood, USAMI Secretary, an announced
nounced announced here Tuesday that pro protective
tective protective measures will be taken in
all future meets against injury
to bystanders.
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title twice and been runner-up
twice in the fifteen seasons he
has been coach.
Neely has won 42 consecutive
dual matches in college com competition.
petition. competition. This appears to be a
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ed by all 10 SEC baseball coaches
and announced Monday.
The team with batting and
pitching averages:
lb Frank Baldasare, Auburn,
.360
2b John Shaw, Ole Miss .344
3b Stan Moss, Alabama .342
ss Richard Trapp, Florida
.303
ut Larry Fielder, Tennessee,
.330
of Bob Leake, LSU, .323

Gators Take Judo Awards

On Sunday, May 19, the UF
Judo team traveled to St Augus Augustine
tine Augustine for the St. Augustine South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern U.S. Invitational Tourna Tournament,
ment, Tournament, and returned that night with
two trophies.
Coach Keith Tennent, to the
surprise and delight of the UF
team, took second place in the
unlimited division b y defeating,
among others, a second degree
brown belt from FSU. Rick Mc-
Aleer, first degree black belt,
took second place in tee 150 lb.

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national record, but it can not
be confirmed. He was the 1965
National Indoor Champ and
honorable mention All-America
last year. Neely is ranked 28th
in tee national amateur standings.
Pressly has won the No. 2
singles title in tee SEC three
years in a row. The first time
he was a freshman and at that
time freshmen were not eligible
for All-SEC. He was 1966 Flori Florida
da Florida State Open Champ, second
in tee World Junior Champion Championship
ship Championship and Eastern Junior Champ.
Armi and I will be compet competing
ing competing in tee National Amateur
Tournament at Longwood in Bos Boston
ton Boston this summer and will try
to play at tee National Tennis
Open at Forrest Hills, Pressly
said.
Neely plans to play the Euro European
pean European tournaments this summer
till about mid-August. Neely will
be in ROTC summer camp.
Potter comes from Covina,
Calif, and was a high school
stand out in football, baseball
and tennis. He attended Pomona
College where he was the most
valuable player on the football

of Jim Howart, Miss. State,
.351
of George Simmons, Auburn,
.340
of Nick Nicosia, Florida, .431
c Sam Fletcher, Miss. State
.364
c Mike Ovca, Florida, .269
p Glenn Pickren, Florida,
10-2
p Eddie Propst, Alabama,
8-3
p Mike Innes, Alabama, 7-0

division for tee Gators.
Also fighting for the Gators
were David Frisby, first degree
black belt, and Enrique Molino,
both in the 165 lb. division, and
Clyde Killer in tee 180 lb. division

Wednesday, May 22, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

team. He received a BA in
Physical Education in 1942.
Potter was freshman coach and
head baseball coach at Pomona
College before coming to UF.
He joined the UF faculty as a

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Many top players have been
convinced to attend UF because
of Coach Potters record and
die opportunity UF affords them
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For Belmont?
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI) lts
'beginning to appear that Lou
Cavalaris Jr., suspended trainer
of Dancer's Image, is going to be
parked for the Belmont Stakes
exactly where he was for the
Preakness in front of his
television set. Cavalaris and as assistant
sistant assistant trainer Robert Barnard
missed last Saturdays Preak Preakness
ness Preakness in Baltimore because
Churchill Downs stewards
suspended them for 30 days after
a three-day hearing into the dis disqualification
qualification disqualification of the gray colt as
winner of the May 4 Kentucky
Derby.
Monday, George E. Egger,
chairman of the Kentucky State
Racing Commission, said the
commission will meet at Miles
Park here Thursday for a regular
meeting. He said they would dis discuss
cuss discuss Cavalaris' appeals and said
a. date and site for a hearing
would be scheduled.
GATOR ADS SELL I!!

By NEAL SANDERS
Assistant Sports Editor
Track at UF has come a long
way in four years.
In 1964, when Coach Jimmy
Carnes came to UF from Fur Furman
man Furman UFs track squad was at
best considered fair. It was able
to place well in the SEC tourney,
but dual meet competition came
strictly from southern schools,
where the times and distances
lagged behind other sections of
the country.
But that was four years ago,
and today, UF ranks among the
top ten colleges in the country
in track.
The four year climb to national
prominence hasnt come easily
for the Gators. Today, the South
has discovered track, and every
SEC school is out after the top
talent.
UF has been lucky. The school
has a lot to offer the prospective
Gator. Track training goes on
outdoors twelve months a year,
which is something that no other
SEC school can claim. Well de developed
veloped developed track facilities aid the
ithletes in their training, and the
jampus is becoming more aware
)f the track activities.
Floridas track record over the
past four years has been nothing
less than spectacular. UF has lost
three meets in four years, and
went one season undefeated. Each
year, the Gators have introduced
new, tougher schools into their
schedule, and have beaten many
of them.
This year, UF scheduled
Kansas, possibly the nations top
track school, and although losing,
made a better showing than any anyone
one anyone would ever have given the
Gators credit for. UF took six
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With UFs rise to fame, so
has come the influence of the
Florida Relays, which are con considered
sidered considered the Souths top carnival.
This year, more than 40 colleges
were entered in the university
division.
Whats in store for next year?
Nothing but the best for UF.
Two members of the team
will graduate, but Coach Carnes
is signing additional talent to
more than make up for the loss.
Frank Lagotic, injured early
in the season and unable to run,
and Frank Saier, a top high
jumper, will both be graduating.
All of UFs other familiar
faces will still be around. Prob Probably
ably Probably the best known is weightman
John Morton, who has remained
undefeated this season in com competition.
petition. competition. Morton has the best
throws this year in both the dis discus
cus discus and shot put in the SEC.
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Then, there is Mike Burton,
rated as one of the nations top
javelin men. Burton throws con consistently
sistently consistently around 228, and
recently topped this with a 234*
9 effort.
Another of UFs top consistent
winners is Bob Lang, who set a
new school record of 1:49.9 in the
880. Also, Ron Jourdan, UFs top
high jumper is the first, and
still the only jumper in the SEC
to go over seven feet. Last sum summer,
mer, summer, UFs Saier jumped an even
seven feet.
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A UF freshman who has made
a name for himself is Grover
Howard, who passed 47 in the
long jump. Another top fielder is
Mike Flanagan, who is near the
16 mark in the pole vault.
In the 440 intermediate
hurdles, Jerry Fannin and C. J.
Fowlkes have both made their
marks on the SEC. The pair
placed second and third in the
SEC meet last weekend.
If UF is considered as a top
track school, theres good reason
for it. UF has combined talent
and coaching to come up with
a winning team; one of the best
in the nation. Its a long way to
come in just spur years.

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Atlanta 21 16 .568 1
San Francisco 20 17 .541 2
Cincinnati 19 17 .528 2 1/2
Philadelphia 17 16 .515 3
Chicago 19 19 .500 3 1/2
Los Angeles 17 21 .447 5 1/2
New York 16 20 .444 5 1/2
Pittsburgh 15 19 .441 5 1/2
Houston 15 21 .417 6 1/2
Wednesdays Games
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New York at Philadelphia, n
San Francisco at Atlanta, n
Houston at Cincinnati
Los Angeles at St. Louis, n

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Baltimore 19 16 .543 4
Boston 18 17 .514 5
Minnesota 18 17 .514 5
California 17 19 .472 6 1/2
Chicago 15 18 .455 7
Oakland 15 20 .429 8
Washington 15 21 -417 8 1/2
New York 15 21 .417 8 1/2
Wednesdays Games
Cleveland at Oakland, n
Boston at California, n
Detroit at Minnesota, n
Chicago at Washington, n
Baltimore at New York, n