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Coed Walkout Set
To Protest Curfew

By DAVE REDDICK
Alligator Associate Editor
A coed curfew walkout has
been planned for Monday night.
The Alligator received word
Thursday that a number of coeds
Coed Denied
Legal Counsel
By MICHAEL ABRAMS
Alligator Executive Editor
A coed who claims she was
refused legal counsel by Womens
Judiciary was told Thursday her
case would be tried in her ab absence,
sence, absence, if necessary.
Miss Judy Flum, lUC, a
Graham Hall resident, said she
came in late for curfew three
weeks ago and was called before
the Graham Honor Council, under
regular procedure.
I asked for legal counsel,
said Miss Flum.They were very
nice about it and asked me if
I wanted to refer my case to
Women's Judiciary, said Miss
Flum.
(SEE COED, PAGE 2)

living in dormitories plana walk walkout
out walkout of their dorms 15 minutes
before curfew and will remain
out 30 minutes Monday night.
The walkout would be designed
to show student concern about ex existing
isting existing dorm regulations.
David Noble, head of the Stu Student
dent Student Board of Investigation (SBI),
told the Alligator that three girls
were planning the walkout.
Os the three coeds only one,
Mary McGann, lUC, had know knowledge
ledge knowledge of the walkout: one denied
any knowledge of the protest,
and a third could not be reached.
But she said she had not
planned the walkout or received
information about it from the SBI.
Miss McGann said she was con contacted
tacted contacted by a freshman boy named
Bobby but would not give his
full name.
Two of the coeds, Miss McGann
and Treena Kaye, lUC, admitted
. taking a survey of their dorms
for the SBI.
I dont know if any of the big
organizations are going to sup support
port support us," said Miss McGann.
I'm going to pass out circulars
and tell friends, though. She
(SEE WALKOUT, PAGE 2)

The
Florida Alligator

Vol. 60, No. 145

CALLED TOO SIRQNQ!
Faircloth Backs Up
On FSU Statements

By EVAN LANGBEIN
Alligator Staff Writer
State Attorney General Earl
Faircloth Thursday brought his
Senatorial campaign to Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, and said recent statements
he has made about student demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations at Florida State Univer University
sity University were too strong under the
circumstances."
But, he added, he will not
retreat from the basic policy"
that students and faculty should
seek change through orderly and
peaceful channels.
Faircloth was in town to ad address
dress address the Gainesville Women's
Club, but he held a press con conference
ference conference before going there.
He said he heard that Dr.
John Champion, president of FSU,
resigned under pressure."

Students
Telegram
Columbia
By SYDNEY FRASCA
Alligator Staff Writer
A telegram supporting the
strike committee at Columbia
University was signed by 29 UF
students and sent by Stephen
Horowitz, 3AS.
Horowitz read the telegram to
a group gathered to hear a panel
discussion presented by the Afro-
American student Union Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night and sent the telegram
through the audience for signa signatures.
tures. signatures.
The telegram read:
(SEE TELEGRAM, PAGE 2)

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CAUGHT IN A VISE?

Its shades of Gentle Monday
as a group of students gather for
a discussion on the lawn of the
Plaza of the Americas. The view
is through the slats of a wooden
bench which appears to be a giant

THE NATIONS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida

I knew Champion to be a good
man, and I didn't know
chose to resign. I wired the
Board of Regents not to accept
his resignation, and to make a full
investigation into the FSU situ sitution,"
tion," sitution," Faircloth said.
Faircloth reiterated that stu student
dent student disorder and disruption must
not be tolerated. He said we
roust have no repeats of Colum Columbia
bia Columbia University where students
took over the campus buildings.

Blacks Blame Tigert
For Racial Strife

By SYDNEY FRASCA
Alligator Staff Writer
A member of the Afro- Ameri American
can American Student Association, Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night said the UF administra administration
tion administration contributes to racial strife
in Gainesville.
Emerson Thompson Jr. was
speaking as a member of a panel
of four Negro students dis discussing
cussing discussing the race situation before
a crowd of about 100 students
and faculty members.
Other panelists were Wayne
Fulton, David Horne, and Patricia
Davis. The moderator was Larry
Jordan, press secretary for
AASA, who sponsored the dis discussion.
cussion. discussion.
Speaking on the role of the
UF in the race relations in
Gainesville, Thompson said he
could prove that the university
paid janitorial and maintenance
personnel sub-standard wages.
These employees cannot
raise a family on the wages
they receive," he said.
The UF Personnel Department
said Thursday that the State
Board, composed of cabinet

vise about to crush them. Des Despite
pite Despite the closeness of the exams,
the plaza is as popular as ever
with students mixing a little study
with their leisure.
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Friday, May 24, 1968

But, he admitted that no laws
were broken at FSU, and his re recent
cent recent statements that some of the
students there should be expelled
and some faculty fired were too
strong under the circum circumstances."
stances." circumstances."
Faircloth said that student
leaders at FSU were not trying
to create disruption, but there is
always the danger they might be
influenced by a small cadre of
(SEE FAIRCLOTH,' PAGE 2)

Isis
LARRY JORDAN
. verge of clash
In the past we were happy
to get into society," Fulton said,
but now we want to say how; to.
determine our own way."
Fulton said he felt" most
(SEE AFRO, PAGE 2^



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Page 2

Afro-Union Raps Administration

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whites were racists to sorre
decree, and indicated that most
discrimination today Is de facto
discrimi nation rattier than legal.
He discussed discri mi nation to
the areas of bousing, em employment,
ployment, employment, labor, churches and
politics.
Congress has been vengeful,
vindictive and slow,* Fulton said,
and how Congress acts reflects
bow the majority feels/*
You see little old women
and housewives practicing with
.38- calibers in their front yards

Faircloth Recants On FSU

militants who agitate at campuses
all around the country/
He said he favors federal legis legislation
lation legislation which would make it a
federal crime to shoot or maim
a policeman performing his duty.
**\ am in favor of the kind of
law enforcement being carried on

Coed Walkout Set
To Protest Curfew

fm na o
lives in Rawlings Hall.
The campus wide walkout is
planned for 10:40 p.in. Monday
night and will last fifteen minutes
beyond curfew time which is
11 p.rri.
Miss McCann said she viewed
the walkout as a protest of cur curfew
few curfew regulations and said it was
not to test the rule or punish punishment
ment punishment involved.
Personally, I dont think there
should be any curfew restrictions
except on first quarter fresh freshmen,*
men,* freshmen,* she said.
Noble said a group headed
by Bobby Querns, a freshman,
contacted him about the walk walkout
out walkout and asked for SBI support.
Noble said he was then given
the names of the three coeds
who Querns told him knew about
the walkout and whose names
Noble could use In releasing the
story.
Noble said lie had agreed to
aid them in printing announce announcements
ments announcements to be used in the dortjs.
Mike McN'erney, president of
the combined Mens and Women's
Inter-hall Council, said he liad
no knowledge of the planned walk walkout.
out. walkout.

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to stop riots and make racial
progress,* he said.
The pane stressed that this
is an era of assassination, and
David Home spoke of an apex
in both black and white youth
rebellion.
It is impossible to send us
all back to Africa, tie said,
speaking on white reaction to the
rise in black militant expression.
Horne said there bad been some
progress in the UF and other col colleges
leges colleges in the area of Afro Ameri American
can American oriented courses.
He also acknowledged that
many private businesses were
working to reduce the black vs.

by Miami Police Chief Walter
Headley and Chicago Mayor Rich Richard
ard Richard Daley/
Faircloth said be has a
stronger conviction to maintain
order in the society** than his
opponent, ex Governor Collins.
if be feels compulsory
RGTC builds patriotism,*
Faircloth would only say that

I would support the walkout
only after all channels have been
exhausted,* lie said, but they
havent been exhausted yet.*
McNerney said that the com combined
bined combined council was interested in
the issue of dorm regulations,
j. rid had been working with the
idministration concerning coed
discontent.
Weve been trying to prove
that were responsible enough
to make our own rules, he said,
an action like this might show
that were not.*
Mike Davidson, a Student
Government cabinet member,
said that if the demonstration
was orderly, he would support it.
If it is handled in an orderly
manlier, it would be of benefit
to the students as it would show
student concern over existing
curfew regulations, he said.
Under existing rules, a coed
who is 1" minutes late is required
to appear before the dorm honor
council. If found guilty, the coed
may be campused** a certain
of nights. To be
campused means being forced to
stay in the dorm all evening.
Dean of Women Betty Cosby
could not* le reached by press
time Thursday for comment.

white unemployment ratio.
There are still many chroni chronically
cally chronically hard core unemployed and
chronically unskiled Negroes,
he said.
He said one criticism he has of
the attempts at progress is that
the attempts are still aimed at
the symptoms rather than the
causes.
The only way the black peope
can gain entry into society is
by their own wil I ,** Miss Davis
said.
Only blacks can convey the
idea that blacks can do for them themselves,***
selves,*** themselves,*** she said.
The panel pointed out that in

the draft laws should be revised
with a lottery.

Students Ask
Power Limit
On Champion
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPD- A
faculty-student committee rec recommended
ommended recommended unanimously Thurs Thursday
day Thursday that Florida State Universi University
ty University President John Champions
authority over student publica publications
tions publications be sharply limited.
In its first report since cen censorship*
sorship* censorship* protests led to peace peaceful
ful peaceful demonstrations and Cham Champion
pion- Champion temporary resignation,
the co" n ittee said students, fac faculty
ulty faculty and lower-level administrat administrators
ors administrators should be given most of the
decision-making power on cam campus
pus campus publications.
Telegram Sent
To Columbia
BOW Ptft OMt
We the undersigned, support
the students of Columbia Univer University
sity University against police oppression and
in their struggle for the libera liberation
tion liberation of Columbia from complicity
with imperialist war and racism.
Victory to the Strike Com Committee.
mittee. Committee.
Long Live Student Move Movement.*
ment.* Movement.*
Horowitz was the first to sign
the telegram.

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tht past the white community
had taken the lead in tl? Hgli f
for civil rights and there had
been little progress.
Now. we'll lead and you
follow," Miss uavis told a
member of the audience who
asked how the white community
could help.
The I.S. does not function by
morality, love, or non-violence,
but by power, she said.
The blacks have been
worrying too long about wliat the
whites are sayingor thinking, and
the foundations must be sicken
if the black people are ever
going to govern their own lives,
she said.
Black Power is our Declara Declaration
tion Declaration of Independence, Miss
Davis said.

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Legal Counsel
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The issue was not just coming
in late. I wanted to show they
had no written procedures.
Everything was just sort at tra tradition/
dition/ tradition/ said Miss Fluro.
The Womens Judiciary is
of seven coeds and
Dealt Loyce Katz who sits in on
cases ex-officio."
Miss Plum said she told the
Judiciary she wanted a legal
adviser, Charles Solomon, law
student, to defend her. She said
the judiciary refused to let her
have cor-.:ei.
Whatever the decision is Im
going to challenge it," said Miss
Flum.
The Dean of Womens office
could not be reached for com comment
ment comment at press time.



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Students Say
SG Effective,
Poll Reveals
By MARC DUNNN
Alligator Staff Writer
A survey conducted by a UF
advertising major has revealed
that 72% of those polled think
Student Government is re responsive
sponsive responsive to the students needs.
Victor Ines surveyed the opin opinion
ion opinion of 81 students, proportion proportionately
ately proportionately representing the under undergraduate
graduate undergraduate and graduate level.
Each grade level was divided
into males and females. Figures
were obtained from the reg registrars
istrars registrars office breaking down how
many males and females were
enrolled at each grade level, and
a ratio was set up for the survey.
I made sure to get a repre representative
sentative representative sample from each col college,
lege, college, as well as from off-campus
and on-campus, Ines said.
The key question in the
survey was: Do you think Stu Student
dent Student Government at the Univer University
sity University of Florida has been respon responsive
sive responsive to your needs?
I needed some information for
a debate I was participating in,
and I decided to make as honest
a poll as possible so if the
information turned out to be
favorable to my side I could
substantiate it, Ines said.
The students polled were given
a choice of rating Student Govern Government
ment Government on a one to five basis.
One was poor, two was below
average, three was average, four
above average and five was
excellent.
Three or above was given as
a rating by the students 72%
of the time. A rating of four
or better was given by 48% of
the students.
So as not to bias the poll,
I mixed in four other questions
about the administration, student
social life and academic acheive acheivement,
ment, acheivement, Ines said.

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Students Needed For Task Force

By DAVE REDDICK
Alligator Associate Editor
Today is the deadline for
students wishing to work on UF
President Stephen C. OCon OConnells
nells OConnells Action Conference to file
applications with Student Body
President Clyde Taylor.
Taylor said the conference, in instituted
stituted instituted by OConnell, will be
made up of members of the
faculty, administration and the
student body. An equal ratio
of faculty members to students
Summer, Fall
Staff To Meet
Anyone Interested in working
on the editorial staff of the Sum Summer
mer Summer Alligator is asked to attend
a meeting today at 4:30 p.m. in
the Alligator office.
Persons interested in filling
editorial positions are urged to
attend.
Applications for people in interested
terested interested in writing for the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator in the fall are also avail available
able available in Room 330 of the J. Wayne
Reitz Union.
mm

will be kept while there will be
fewer administration members.
The conference was formed by
OConnell to help solve student
problems.
Taylor will review the appli applicants
cants applicants over the weekend with
members of the Student Senate
and will name about 20 stu students
dents students by Wednesday.
The list will be submitted to
the administration. OConnell
will look over the list and sug suggest
gest suggest any members of groups
not represented, but he will not
remove any names from the list.
We felt that it was important
that OConnell not have a veto
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Since we (Taylor and the Sen Senate
ate Senate members) will name the stu student
dent student members, we will take the
blame, he said.
The conference plans at least
one meeting before the end of
next week, Taylor said.
Students need not be enrolled
this summer but must be avail available
able available to attend summer meetings.
Faculty members will be
chosen somewhat in the same
manner by the faculty senate.
The administration has no
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members either.
Taylor stressed that any stu student
dent student could apply and he would
strive to select a representative
group.
Students may nominate faculty
members by submitting their
names to Dr. Vynce Hines, ad administration
ministration administration officials names may
be submitted to OConnell.
Faculty and administration
members may nominate students
by applying for them with Tay Taylor.
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Sickness Cured


The UFs Student Senate, if it
isnt careful may go down in
history as the most effective
legislative body in student
government history.
Late Tuesday night, the group
passed a bill providing for the
popular election of officers for the
Union Board of Student
Activities.
The Senates action, although
being unpopular in some SG
political circles, marks a step
forward in abolishing a political
clique that has been allowed to
fester and perpetuate itself for
almost five years. Formerly, the
Union Board was set up so the
president was elected by his fellow
board members. Political

Gone Fishing?

The Faculty Committee on
Academic Freedom and Tenure
has gone fishing. Or so it seems.
Over two weeks ago, the
committee held its last hearing on
the Marshall Jones case. It was to
then meet and consider the
evidence presented to it.
According to cnairman Dr. Paul
Hanna, the committee is still
deliberating on the case. He gave
no indication as to when a
decision would be made.

The Blacks Speak Out

Over 100 black and white UF
students gathered Wednesday
night to discuss problems
encountered by black students
here.
A panel discussion, sponsored
by the UF Afro-American Student
Union (AASU) touched many
important conflicts which must be
aired if there is to be racial
understanding at this institution.
We were pleased to see students
diseuss these critical problems of
utmost importance not only to
this university but also to our
entire nation.

patronage, and handouts ran
rampant through the organization;
imagination in providing workable
student activities was stifled
because of the constant political
infighting for power.
Now students at large can
decide who is best qualified to
handle the important job of
providing student activities at a
new union that is now more of an
office building than a haven for
student activity.
'*
We at the Alligator commend
the Student Senate for their
action and hope they continue the
trend they have set in the past of
acting as a true forum for the
gripes of the Student Body.

Meanwhile, the current term
nears its end and Dr. Jones
departure from the UF scene is
but a few weeks away.
Fifteen days have gone by. It
does not seem like an
unreasonably short period of time
for the committee to reach a
decision.
Unless the length of its
deliberations are somewhat
deliberate.

At a moment when many seem
to be interested in generating only
hate, it is stimulating to see a
group of students concerned with
getting to the root of the problem
rather than engaging in senseless
battles.
AASU press secretary Larry
Jordon said Wednesdays was to
be only the first on a series of
similar discussions.
The Alligator commends the
AASU for originating these
discussions, and we /Tlrge all
students to attend future similar
gatherings.

General Shoup A Hippie!
FIFTH COLUMN
Spring In The City 1
BY JASON STRAIGHT

Some people think that the best time to
handle the City is in the Fall. You know,
Autumn in New York, Broadway
premieres, Fall fashions, the whole bit.
For some reason I always dug the
spring. Come the middle of April I would
usually walk home from work
Rockefeller Plaza up to First and 79th. It
took about 30-40 minutes and even though
the subway took only 25, time wasnt as
important once Spring came.
A couple of nights a week I would meet
some fledgling stock-broker friends and we
would play squash at the Downtown A.C.
After, wed have a couple of beers at the
Club Bar, and then a short walk through
Battery Park before heading back uptown.
But the weekends were the best. On
Saturday we would road-trip it; either
heading up the Thruway for houseparties
in Greenwich, or else going out to the
Island to help someone open up their
summer home and shake down their new
Cal 40 on Peconic Bay. Then wed come
back to the city and eat at a small French
restaurant across from the U.N. If we felt
kinda smarmy wed go down to St. Marks
and dig the jazz at the Dorn. Wed work our
way back uptown, hitting Clarks, Allens,
a cheeseburger and a Rheingold at four in

Alligator Staff
A otude-ht Newspapei
Glenn Fake JoeTorchia Jerry Silverberg
Assistant News Editor Entertainment Editor Campus Living Editor
James Cok Kathy Keim, Dave Reddick Jim Holmes
Editorial Assistant Associate Editors Copy Editor

the morning. Pick up the Trib and the
Times and then home.
Sunday was Central Park.
Now Central Park is the saving grace,
the sine qua non of Manhattan. Any
number of football games in sheeps
meadow, some great homemade model
boats in the 72nd st. pond, eggs benedict at
the lake just north of the bandstand, and
of course, the Zoo.
After walking all the way down from
the Metropolitan Museum of Art to the
Plaza Hotel, you are starving so you tip-toe
into Rumplemayers for some gross ice
cream confection and then on to 59th and
3rd for an early movie recommended by
Judith Crist. You finish up with a late
buffet at Mikes and your week-end was
over.
The springs were great. But the kind of
spring Im talking about lasted only 8-10
weeks and probably exists more in my
mind than in reality. For unfortunately the
blaring summer traffic jams, the wet winter
subway delays, the constant filthy air and
pushing people will drive all but the most
loyal away. We left just a year ago.
But Im glad we were there for those
two years. Well never go back because we
dont dig the game anymore but we knew
it and we always miss it most in the
spring.



THE DIAMOND MlND===s
"Spare The Whip

BARRY DIAMOND
Monday on our campus was billed as Gentle Monday. As
with many other things around here, this was a half truth.
While it was Monday, ijt was anything but gentle. That is, if
your name is Stephen C. OConnell.
Unlike his predecessor, Pres. OConnell demonstrated a

willingness to come out and
meet the students on their own
ground The Plaza of the
Americas. He did this knowing
that those with grievances
would be free to confront him.
This freedom was confirmed by
the presence in large numbers of
persons wishing to take issue
with the President.
As an individual with strongly
held views on most subjects, I
was disappointed with much of
what President OConnell said.
This is because his views did not
agree with mine, on such
subjects as the 48 hour rule
for speakers, having to listen to
the Chicago White Sox on
WRUF, compulsory ROTC,
student files, and several other
subjects that were discussed.
Just to set the record straight I
favor:
1. Bringing anyone to campus
we can entice into coming.
2. If WRUF is the University
radio station put the issue of
listening to the White Sox on the
fall election ballot, and let the
students decide the issue. If the
University doesnt control the
station enough to make them do
this, take away the name, as was
suggested by a UF prof, on
Monday.
3. Immediate end to
compulsory ROTC. Voluntary
ROTC available at all state
universities desiring it,
.compulsory abolished.
4. Formation of a committee
to ascertain if the Presidents
stated policy toward student
files (as stated Monday) is in fact
being followed.
Despite my differences with
the President, and this is the
point I wish to emphasize, I feel
no hostility or personal
animosity toward him. I know
from talking to him that what he
gets from students about being
too conservative, he gets in equal
doses from the Regents for being
too liberal.
Whether you choose to
believe this or not, the thing to
be remembered is this there
are many avenues of change that
have not yet been travelled by
the radical groups on this
campus.
I have no doubt that a
petition on any of the issues
discussed in this column or any
other issue involving students
that bore the signatures of
10,000 students would get the
support of Stephen OConnell.
In other words, pressure can
be brought to bear within the
system, rather than outside it,
and this is in many cases both
easier and more effective.
Political change is brought
about by moving the political
center of gravity of the entire
citizenry.
It is my own view that radical
activity that does not in any way
engage or involve a significant
portion of the electorate is
inefficient and ineffective when
compared with the results
achieved by educating and
involving the public toward the
achievement of the same goals.

OPEN FORUM:
There is no hope for the complacent man m
Why Support Saunders?

MR. EDITOR:
Im at a loss to understand
The Alligators endorsement of
Saunders over Emory (Red)
Cross for the Florida Senate. It
is illogical on several counts:
l.The Alligator supported the
teachers during the school crisis
and Red Cross was also vocal in
explaining their cause, even
though it has cost him votes.
Why support an unknown like
Saunders especially in the light
of your stand for the teachers?
2. The Alligator has reported
NUMtOft
MUMOSITIES
By LEWIS ROTHLEIN
Good morning. Be prepared
for a contest on Monday on
more Oldies but Goodies. Today
I present a problem that most
everyone should get. We
wouldnt want people hung up
on Friday:
Here is a proof:
1. Given X=l and Y=l, you
get X=Y.
2. Multiplying each side by X,
ypu then get X 2=XY
3. Subtracting Y 2 from each
side, you get X2-Y2 = XY-Y2
4. Now, factoring each side,
(X+Y) (X-Y) = Y (X-Y)
5. Dividing out the common
term (X-Y) you get X+Y=Y
6. When you substitute the
given values you get, 1 + 1 = 1,
or 2 = 1
WHATS WRONG WITH
THIS PROOF?
And the answer to
yesterdays flagpole problem is,
The flagpole is 75 yeards from
the main doorway.
And then there was the FSU
student who thought a carpenter
was the man who changes the
color of your automobile.
Have a stagnant weekend.
Gator Button
|j FOOCH! 1

A Special Notebook

MR. EDITOR:
In one notebook, 79 cents
Campus Bookstore Notebook to
be exact, are contained lecture
notes from four classes. In the
midst of all the excitement of
gentle Monday fervor, I absently
mindedly let my notebook lie on
the grass when I left.

various budget deficiencies due
to the states short-sighted
economies. Red Cross worked
EFFECTIVELY for decent
appropriations for higher
education it was the
Governors veto which cut back
funds for education. Saunders
charge about F.S.U. beating U.
of F. on budget is totally
irrelevant to the Senate race, for
F.S.U. gets their slight lead
through the way they handle
their figures with the Board of
Regents staff.
3. Bob Saunders is not a
graduate of the University. He
has held no public offices. His
main claim to fame is his youth,

, Irrelevant Censorship

MR. EDITOR:
Although not at out campus,
I feel the censorship
controversy at FSU has been
blown out of proportion as a
rallying point for rebellion
rather than as defense of a valid
principle. (Recently it seems the
popular thing is to rebel
against authority whether
warranted or not.)
Since the particular
objectionable, four letter word
_ w I I 111I 1 1 d I l dr*

Kelly Support Not
Young Demos Aim

MR. EDITOR:
The UF Young Democrats
Club has had a long-standing
practice of sponsoring
speaking engagements by
well-known public figures on
topics of current interest. For
this purpose we had extended
an invitation to the
Honorable Scott Kelly, whose
political exploits are well
known to Floridians, to speak
to our club and other
interested persons May 20.
Such an appearance, as are
other invitations and
appearances, was an attempt
by the Young Democrats to
bring to the fore relevant
speakers and issues of current
interest. The past policy has
been to extend invitations to
as wide a spectrum of
political philosophies and
opinions as possible. This is
our current viewpoint and, in
all probability, will continue

It was a very special
notebook. A pen and ink
drawing of a cobra (snake) was
on the front guarding the
contents.
Last night I was in panic
when I discovered its absence for
I had a test the next morning. In
the dark I returned and combed
the political debris that was

at 40. (Cross is in his early 50s.)
Red Cross has a degree in
Business Administration and he
is a graduate of our College of
Law.
4. Cross is a very effective
speaker and he holds important
committee appointments which
it would take a newcomer to the
Senate several years to be
eligible for. In short-selling his
qualifications, you have gone
against the judgment of Florida
reporters, editors, and
fellowsenators who have on
several occasions elected Red
Cross most effective.
CORBIN S. CARNELL

in question can be easily and
quite adequately substituted
without changing the meaning of
the article, I dont feel Mr.
Champions censorship was of
a harmful or relevant type. If the
protesting students and faculty
are sincere about making a case
against censorship, then they
should make it over an IDEA
and not a dirty word that isnt
being published.
STEVE RUSHING, 4BA

to be our position in the
future. However, the Young
Democrats constitution and
by-laws prohibit the club
during primaries from
endorsing candidates
Consequently, the club
disclaims and denies any
intent or appearance of
endorsement of Mr. Kellys
slate of delegates or anjr
alternative slate for the
Democratic National
Convention. We specifically
urge all individuals to make
up their minds in an
independent fashion.
The club would apologize
to anyone who has construed
our sponsorship of a
controversial political figure
as an endorsement of that
figures ideas to the exclusion
of any other ideas.
CLYDE KILLER,
PRESIDENT, UF
YOUNG DEMOCRATS

Friday, May 24, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

scattered about. I could not find
my notebook!
At day break I returned and
had no luck except to find three
pages from it in different places.
I did find another unfortunate
souls English books and realize
they might be in the same frame
of mind as I.
I have turned them in to the
lost and found.
My notebook however has
not reached any of the six lost
and found places I inquired at.
I am depressed.
To begin copying other
persons notes since the
beginning of the year is
stupefying. Im asking myself if
its really worth it.
Its ridiculous how one 79
cent notebook could cause such
depression and tragedy in ones
life.
Out there in the big
University World is someone
who can help me. But will they?
DESPONDENTLY,
GEORGE LAKICH, 4AS
GEOLOGY DEPT.
FLOYDUALL
Hello People
Zut Again
MR. EDITOR:
hello nice people (i dont like
nice peeps)! Zut again.
Funktionslust. Awe thrilled.
Why didnt you ever think or act
out the dare to go out from your
pretty ghetto. The Afro man
also has his slum, but his capsule
can hold but so much substance
for his needs. He doesnt really
want to hate, neither do you.
Everytime you pass each other
you both kick each other in the
face (deny each other freedom)
and feel sorry for each other
(you know you could free each
other if only youd let Look
at what youve done to each
other It is shameful.
Next week or so some fellow
from up north will come to
review the ROTC parade. I
suggest that once assembled on
the field you all start and finish
the destruction of the uniforms
on your body (wear bathing
suits underneath): You may
think it will disgrace someone,
but yet it will be a display of
hope and growth to daemonic
selfhood. The fellow reviewing
will be upset, but will see the
light (that if all men refused to
be suckers as he had been he
could have beeen happy he if
human cant actually but feel
proud of you).
Everytime the regents take a
hand in anything you protest
to have the responsibility and
trust of yourself in the matter.
Only by forming a syndicate can
you as much as possible have the
inner and outer realities merge.
Itll blow your mind.
My true identity if interested is
Karl Pledger, a human who
hopes all can realize the godlike
in them. Im moving on people
hope I see you there.
... A HIPPIE. Being. Being.

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l, The Florida Alligator, Friday, May 24, 1968

Page 8

GATOR CLASSIFIED

FOR SALE
WALK TO CAMPUS 81 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 8t fireplace, entry
hall, dark rm., patio, many extras,
flexible terms. $28,500. 372-2914.
(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)
GUNS GUNS GUNS
Inventory over 450 Buy Sell
Trade Repair. Reloading Supplies,
Custom Reloading HARRY
BECKWITH, GUN DEALER,
Ml CANOPY. 466-3340.
(Alo6tfp)
BRAND NEW noiseless Philco Air
Conditioners at absolute invoice cost
plus only $4.50 freight. Cash and
carry only, for next 10 days, in
9,000-12,000-14,000 BTU models.
Call United Fuels -378-5333. 220
N.W. Bth Avenue. (A-141-10t-C)
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)
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Cops! Robbers! Chases going nowhere!
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FOR SALE
x<-x-x-x.x.vxs*x-x-:-x-x-x-x-x-x-:v
TYPEWRITER Royal Futura
portable Excellent condition,
carrying case included, $60.00 or
make offer. Call 3760737.
(Al433tp)
ENGAGEMENT RING? Have 3 deep
blue aquamarines verbally appraised
at S4OO. Will sell all for $l5O. Need
cash desperately. 3729495. Chuck
room 304. (A-143-3t-p)
USAF UNIFORMS Complete
winter and summer mess dress, worn
twice. Set of Blues, several 1505'5.
Size 42 long, 36 waist. AM? for SSO.
372-0260. (Al434tp)
4 Full Range Speakers All
around sound, $50.00. 3783614.
(Al433tp)
1964 150 cc HONDA, Priced for a
quick sale at $l6O. Call 378-6231 or
see at 722 S.E. sth Avenue.
(Al433tp).
AIR CONDITIONER: 14,000 BTU
Whirlpool $190.00. Sanyo Portable
TV, $65.00. "Hawaiian" blue print
king bedspread, $20.00. All new.
378-4783. (A-143-3t-p)
Crane R 298 roller cam and complete
kit for Chev. Also American Racing
wheels 9x15 fully polished. Gene at
378-8024. (A-144-st-p)

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Red paint and much chrome. Need
$135.00 for summer term, or make
offer. 4546 NW 13th St. Lot 17.
(A-144-2t-p)
FOR SALE: 8* x 45' Trailer, 2
bedroom, AC, Lighted Landscaping,
redwood patio furniture, swimming
pool and laundry facilities. $1,700.
378-5071. (A-144-7t-p)
1966 SUZUKI 50cc in top condition,
$99.99; 27,500 BTU Ai^
conditioner, $230.00. Phonrif
378-4707 ask for Joe. Address 929
SW 13th St. (A-144-st-p)
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FOR SALE
/VX*X # X &X*XC*X # X*XX NEW G.E. Refrigerator, one quarter
old, 10 Cubic Ft. capacity seeing is
believing, $125.00. Motorola Stereo
$25.00. Call Bob or Russ. 376-9372
after 4:00 p.m. (A-144-4t-p)
WHY PAY RENT? Buy an air
conditioned 8' x 41' mobile home.
One bedroom, full size bath, large
kitchen, large aluminum awning.
SI2OO cash or $200.00 down.
372-2914. (A-144-st-p)
SPRINGFIELD 1903 30-06, Sporter
stock, scoped $75.00; Llama Extra;
38 super auto, $55; typewriter with
stand, S3O; 376-1134 after 6:30 p.m.
(A-144-st-p)
'66 GILERA, 124 cc. 16 H.P.,
Handled with loving care. Must sell
before quarter ends. S2OO or best
offer. For more information call 372-
4057. FOR SALE: HiFi system: pilot
amplifier, turntable, pair of 2" -3"
RCA speakers SSO. Call 376-2264.
(A-144-st-p)
\
EXTENDING Drafting Lamp $lO.
TV set and antenna $25, Golf clubs
and bag sls, crib $lO. Other
household items. For, more
information call 376-8650.
(A-144-2t-p)
SAILBOAT and trailer -- fiberglas
sailfish. Sails 8t all equipment in good
condition. $200.00. Call 372-6018
after 5:00 p.m. (A-144-3t-p)
SORRY SAL is now a merry gal. She
used Blue Lustre rug and upholstery
cleaner. Rent electric shampooer,
SI.OO. Lowry Furniture. (A-144-2t-c)
1966 HONDA S9O. Excellent
condition. 3,000 miles $225.00. Call
Jim Room 2. 372-9328. (A-144-4t-o)
LEAVINgcOUNTRY"" $300.00
down take up payments. 163 mobile
home 10 x 55 fully furnished, 2
bedrooms, 1 % baths, 2 AC units,
pool. 376-6671. (A-145-3t-p)
LEAVING COUNTRY '67 VW
Fastback Rand H. Perfect Condition,
$300.00 take up payments.
376-6671. (Al4s3tp)
LITTLE Pondarosa Horse Ferm.
Appro. 50 a. 3 Brm. House, Barn,
deep well. Highway Frontage Large
pond, plenty of trees, partly fenced,
$15,000, terms, after 4. 4754381.
(Al4sltp)
HONDA 50 Army Bound must
sell before June 5.500 actual miles
- guaranteed dependable. A steal at
$85.00. 378-8344 after 4:00 p.m.
(Al4s2tp)
PROFESSORS ATTENTION! For
Sale. 2 large Spanish style latems.
Your knowledge will help solve. Do
they date back to Conquistadors
time? or what time? See and
determine. Make me an offer, must
dispose of them quick, minor
restorations needed Call 964-5388,
Starke, Florida. (A-145-It-p)
RECORDS Over 200 great LP's.
Stereo and mono. Everything but
hillbilly. Also, men's sweaters and
jackets (L 8t XL); sportcoats (42-46;
L & XL) sample new S6O
sportcoat for sls. Also: rugs,
curtains, books, and other
miscellaneous. Everything perfect
condition. I need money for hospital
bill. Came to 4 S.W. 23 St. (block
past President's house) today and
Saturday 106. 3767210.
(Al4sltp)
CONVERTIBLE. sofa, avocado
green, excellent condition, must
sacrifice for S3O. Call 378-3304
after 3 p.m. or see at 1230 S.W. 13th
St. (Al4s3tp)
BLACK HONDA CL9O Scrambler
like new, only 1500 miles; Great
condition $325.00 or best offer. Call
Bill 372-9404. Leave message.
(Al4s4tp)
RECORDS Over 200 great LP's and
45's. Stereo and mono. Everything
but hillbilly. Also, men's sweaters
and jackets (L & XL); sportcoats
(42-46); L & XL) sample new S6O
sportcoat for sls. Also: nigs,
curtains, books, and otner
miscellaneous. Everything perfect
condition. I need money for hospital
bil. Coma to 4 SW 23 St. (block post
President's house) today and
Saturday 10-6. 376*7210.
(A-145-lt-p)

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WiWiVX'K-X-X-X'X-X-X-X-X-X-X-XX-X-X-X'X'V
'59 AMBASSADOR V-8, air. cond..
Low mileage One owner, well
preserved and machanically sound,
$450.00. See at 1315 NW 4th Lane.
(G-142-st-p)
1958 CHYSLER, power brakes and
steering, radio, good condition, no
rust.Call 376-9372, Room 418, ask
for Elliot. (Gl4sltp)
TR4 ROADSTER, 66, Racing
Green, Michelin Tires, Wire wheels,
like new, $1995 466-3401.
(Gl43stp)
1963 MONZA Convertible white
with red interior 4 speed
excellent tires clean. Priced to sell
Best offer under $500.00.
372-0916. (Gl43ltp)
'sl PLYMOUTH. 4 Door, runs good,
$75. Call Gus 115 South Hall,
3729260. Leave message and
number to call. (Gl43ltp)
-fc -fc-1960
-1960 -fc-1960 VW Bus. Leaving town, must
sell. Asking $400.00. Call evenings.
372-7227. (G-145-4t-p)
1964 Corvette Air-Conditioning,
Hi-Performance engine, 4-speed
fastback. Excellent condition, may
trade for smaller car or sports car.
Call 378-7380. (G-143-st-p)
1967 LEMANS, blue, 3-speed, floor
shift, console. Must sell to raise
money to graduate, $2375.00. Call
Wayne. 372-6484. (G-143-3t-p)
'67 CORVETTE Conv. Must
sacrafice, 327-350, Air Conditioned.
Excellent condition. 378-7408 after
5 p.m. (G-142-st-p)
WOULD anyone like to buy a 1961
Corvair? Best Offer. Call 378-4950.
(G*l44-2t-p)
DODGE R/H, 440 Cu. In.. Auto.
Trans., radio, power steering,
customtinted windows, 8,500 miles
on this 1967. Turns 14 sec. quarters
*Vvith street tires, $2650. Call
37 6-76 57 from 9-5.
(Gl43std)
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)
THUNDERBIRD, 1960, black. 430
engine, loaded. SSOO or best offer,
cash only. 3726849 after 5:30 p.m.
(Gl4lstp)
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)
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SUBLET: Large two 'bedroom
furnished, AC. Apt. will
accommodate four. Need car,
$135.00, except $90.00 June. Call
evenings. 3762269. (Bl4lstp)
SUBLEASE 1 bdrm. apt. for
sufnmer. University Gardens. $75.00
per month. Call 372-1610.
(B-142-3t-p)

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FOR RENT
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)
ONE MONTH FREE rent, 2
bedroom furnished apt, AC., 3 blocks
from campus available in June,
$115.00. Call 378-1951.
(Bl4lstp)
SUBLET: Spacious one bedroom
furnished modern apartment. Air
conditioned, washer. Price TBA.
Avail. June 1. Call 372-8810. See
1824 NW 3rd Places No. 12.
(B-145-3t-p)
FURNISHED ROOM for rent in
lovely home near University. Phone
376 0404. Male student.
ONE DOUBLE, Central AC., One
single sharing living area and bath.
Private entrance, 'A block from
campus. $130.00 per month, will
consider singly. 3762832.
(Bl43stp)
SPACIOUS 1 and 2 bdrm. AC. apt.
fully furnished, including washing
machine w ith in walking distance of
University. One of each available for
Summer Qtr. and just a few leases
remaining for fell rentals. 3723357
and 372-5240. (B-143-ts-c)
ROOMMATE Senior, grad, or law
student, for summer qtr. French
Quarter no. 99. Call Barry or Bill
372-5500. (Bl433tp)

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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

FOR RENT |
RENT: $60.00 month single, $75.00
married couple. 8 x 35 traitor with 8
x 16 adjoining bedroom. AC., Pool,
completely furnished, clean. Summer
only. 378-5781. (B-143-3t-p)
SUMMER LIVING for ALL
male students, $60.00/mo. room
and 3 meals/d ay. Independence,
one block off campus. Apply
to Collegiate Living Organization,
117 N.W. 15th St. or Cdl
376-9420. (Bl37l4tp)
FRATERNITY MEN, house doting
sos the summer? Try < cooperative
living at Georgia Seagie Hall. $220
per quarter, room and board. Drop
by the house today. Georgia Seagie
Hall, 1002 W. Univ. Ave. 372-9410,
or 376-2476. (B-141-st-p
$96 A MONTH RENTS a 1 bdrm.,
AC. Apartment, 3 blocks from
campus starting June 1. 372-2485 or
1716 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Apt. 5.
(ABl43stp)
2 Bedroom Furnished, AC Duplex.
Private Drive, Storage shed, 4 blocks
from campus, SIIO.OO per month.
1436 NW sth Ave. 372-7665.
(B 144 3t-p)
RENT SLASHED!!! Beautiful
Landmark 2 Bdr. Apartment. Sublet
for summer with option for fall.
$l3O. per month. Call 372-8339.
(B-144-st-p)
AIR CONDITIONED House Trailer 8
x 40, one bedroom, furnished,
swimming pool, near campus. Rent
S6O per month. Call Paul. 372-7178.
(B-143-2t-p)
FEMALE roommates wanted for
French Quarter Apt. for Summer
quarter. Apt. 110, $43.75 per month
rent. Call 378-5654. (C-142-st-p)

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FOR RENT
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SUBLEASE part of house 4
bedroom. AC, TV, 2 blocks from
campus. $40.00 per month. 919 SW
6th Ave. Call Terry 378-3126.
(B-144-st-p)
SUBLEASE: Summer Quarter
Williamsburg Milage Apt. Two
bedroom, two fuN baths, on pool,
AC, etc. Call 372-4647^j8-144-3t-p)
SUPER SUMMER SAVINGS:
Swimming pool, AC, dose proximity
to campus,all 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)
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FEMALE roommate for 2 br. duplex
with kitchen. In NW section.
$37.50/month. Share phone and gas.
Call 378-3522. No lease. (C-144-st-p)
WANTED: One roommate to share 2
bedroom Apt. in the Summit House
for Summer Quarter. Phone
378-2904. (C-144-3t-p)
WANTED: Riders needed to New
York. Leaving June 3 or 4, from
Gainesville. Call Gary 378-2904.
(C-144-3t-p)
WANTED: Rider to N.Y.C., Leaving
on June 4th. Call 378-8401 ask for
Bill. (C-144-3t-p)
WANTED: Quiet, serious graduate
student to share spacious, C. A. Apt.,
3 blocks from campus, over summer.
Call 378-8401 Bill. (C-144-3t-p)
SUBLEASE for summer. French
Quarter, single. No. 24. $135.00 per
month. Call 378-6193. (B-142-4t-p)

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WANTED
LEAVE YOUR STEREO IN GOOD
HANDS: 4 responsible coeds will
mind your stereo for the summer.
Find it in the same condition in the
fall. Call 372-9812 after 10 p.m.
(C-144-st-p)
WANTED: two boys to rent house
next fall. Will give details on phone.
Call Elliott, 378-1502, Rm. 1204.
(C-144-2t-p)
WANTED: one male roommate for
summer term. Apt 85, French
Quarter, Call 378-7483. 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.
(Cl43stol
TWO FEMALE ~ROOM MATES
wanted for groovy Village Park Apt.
Summer quarter July and August.
Rent Only. Call 378-8434 or
378-7386. (C-145-3t-p)
RIDERS wanted all points north to
New York Leaving June 8 1967
Ford Call Judy, 378-1001 7-11
p.m.; after 11 p.m. 3769133.
(Cl4sltp)
MALE GRADUATE Student wants
to share apartment. 1. Will be on
research project 3-4 days per week.
2. About S4O per month 3. Perfer Sin
City. Call Larry at 376-8971 between
6-7 p.m. (C-145-2t-p)
FRENCH QUARTER -1 male
roommate summer. CALL
3788408. T.V., stereo, ect.
(Cl4s3tp)
MATURE MALE student wanted to
share 7-room PENTHOUSE
apartment in COLONIAL MANOR
for summer. Private terrace, AC.,
swimming pool, fully carpeted and
furnished. Not too expensive, but
unique in Gainesville. For more
information call 378 1922.
(Cl4s3tp)
HELP WANTED f
FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER foe
Alligator Acfcertising Department to
begin simmer term. Must have
camera equipment; dark room is
provided. Apply Room 330 Reitz
Union. (E-141-10t-cn)
STUDENTS! Looking far summer
employment? No matter where you
plan to be you can earn SIOO.OO to
slooo.+ per month part or fuN time.
Call 3783777 for appointment.
(E-1415tp)

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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 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 592M,
Gainesville, Florida. (El37lotc)
NEED HOSTESS Apply Larry's
Wonderhouse. 14 SW Ist St. Hours
5-8 p.m. (E-142-st-p)
LISTENERS WANTED will pay
$2.00 for 1 hour session. Must be
native English speaking and have
normal hearing. Please call Charlotte
at Ext. 2307 between 35 p.m.
(El4s3tp)
WIG STYLIST immediate opening,
experienced, 2535, attractive,
agjpessive, for stylist sales position
with leading dept, store salary and
commission. Send resume with
details on experience and photo to
P.O. Box 1107, Gainesville, Florida.
(El4sstp)
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WITH SPECIAL relief, this summer,
the residents of West Flavet will bid a
fond good riddance to the most
persistent of the musical Philisteins
on Tha Row. Alas and Alack, Pie
Lambs. (J-142-2t-p)
LIKE ANTHONY'S is open to the
world. Communicate with people and
things. .the unique end in living.
921 W. University Avenue.
(Jl443tp)
ACT BOYCOTT ROTC PARADE.
(J-142-4t-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.
Office 310 Union.
(J-140-st-c)
YUCATAN -7 days, 7 nites, Aug. 25
- Sept. 1- Via Pan Am. See the Ruins
of Uxmai, Merida, Chichen Itza,
Caves of Balancanche, Cozumel. All
for $272 call 2741 or 310 Union.
(J-145-st-c)

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S $
EUROPE 10 countries 21 days Via
Pan Am. All inclusive. All escorted.
All fun. Weave July 21 all for $730.
Call 2741 or Program Office, 310
Union. (J-145-st-c)
URGENT Please put my notebook
in Union lost & found as you said on
phone. One test blown already. David
A. Fann. (J-145-2t-p)
TODAY is Sonya's birthday, be nice
to her. Happy Birthday little
wife-type person. Love, Max.
(J-145-It-p)
STUFF TO SELL?Bring it to the
Radical Rummage Sale. NW 9th
Terrace off University Avenue. 11
a.m. Saturday. Help get some good
guys out of jail. (J-145-It-p)
SUZI Two years of Happiness. I
love you more every day. Happy
Anniversary Sweetheart. Frank.
(J-145-3t-p)
NAME THEiOTfENr CONTEST!
Win Appropriate prize! Any name a
sure winner. 378-708 Z (J-145-It-p)
BARBARA I don't think about you
all the time; only when I think. Hope
to see you Monday. Rebecca please
forgive me, I guess I'm just a cad. Me.
(J-145-lt-p)
NINA loves, 'The Kidz." See them
Sat. night at HHIel Foundation, 8:30
p.m. 'til 12:30 a.m. (Jl433tc)
f SERVICK|
ALTERNATORS GENERATORS
- STARTERS Electrical systems
tested repairs. Auto Electric Service
- 603 S.E. Second Street,
378-7330. (M-130-ts-c)
LOST & FOUND |
LOST Large, solid black cat. Very
friendly. Answers to "Mister." Lost
in S.W. 2nd Avenue Area. Really
desperate he's not ours! I
REDUCED SUMMER RATE, 2
bedroom Village Park apt.,
completely furnished, walltowall
carpet. Central Air, all electric. Pool,
Bookcase. Call 3767911, after 5
p.m. (Wl43Stp)
NEED one female roommate for
Tanglewood Manor Apts, for Sept.
68June 69, $43.75. per month. Call
Linda or Carla at 3727973.
(Wl3Bstp)
ONE BEDROOIC modem,' AC.
apartment with patio close to campus
to sublet through August, $95.00
month. 376-2368. (W-144-st-p)
FEMALE roommate to share AC.
apartment. Available June 1, $42.50
per month. No lease no last
months rent. Call Jackie after 7 p.m.
378-5229. (W-144-st-p)
FREE JUNE-RENT FREE
DEPOSIT, Summer sublease
University Gardens one bedroom
apartment Phone 3784914 or
3766720. Building 714, Apartment
214. (Wl44stp)
VILLAGE 34 Apt available for June
th/ough Aug. with option for Sept if
desired. June rents free. Quiet and no
parking problem. Call 3726705.
(Wl44stp)
FOR RENtT'^Summer" 10' x 50'
Two bedroom Mobile Home, Air
Conditioned, carpeted and fully
furnished. Two miles from campus.
Lot 56 Pinehurst Perk. Call
3769576. Married Couple
Preferred. (W-144-st-p)
Wl LLIAMSBURG ~ TWO bedroom
apartment to sublet for summer.
Includes AC, pool privileges plus
June rent reduction. Please call
378-4459. (W-144-st-p)
AT T R AC~tTv~E in ode r n
AirConditioned furnished duplex
apartment. Two bedrooms, private
Satio. Available June 1, no lease.,
218 N.W. 21st St, $115.00.
376-0894 also $106.00 apartment.
(Wl3Bl3tp)
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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)



Orange and

ADMINISTRATIVE
NOTICES
FACULTY INVITA INVITATION:
TION: INVITATION: President and Mrs.
Stephen C. O'Connell invite
all faculty members and
administrative and
professional staff to a
"V
r eception honoring
Chancellor and Mrs. Robert
B. Mautz and the University
faculty on Saturday, June
1, from Blo p.m. in the
Reitz Union. There will be
dancing from 8:3011:30.
Because of the length of the
receiving line, some of the
invitations that are being
sent read 8-9 p.m. and the
others read 9lo. Dress is
semiformalformals if
desired.
NATIONAL DEFENSE
LOAN BORROWERS: If
you have been approved for
a release of funds from the
National Defense Loan
Program for the summer
qua rter, and have
p reregistered for that
quarter, your fee payment
can be deducted from your
loan. As soorr 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.
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.

Low Interest Rates Still Available
Interest on Credit Union loans never exceeds 1% per month on unpaid balance
Reduced rates available for new car loans, FHA title I Home Improvement
Call ext. 2973 for monthly payment data for any type loan.
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA CAMPUS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION M Ofc
sth Avenue at the comer of 12th Street Hours : 800 gjn. 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday

LOAN APPLICATIONS:
The Student Accounts
section is now accepting
short term loan
applications for payment of
fourth quarter registration
fees.
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
Services, Building H.,
Campus. Items for the
Campus Calendar should be
sent to the Public Functions
Office, Reitz Union.
CAMPUS CALENDAR
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.
Florida Arts Council:
Reception, Univ. Gallery,
3:30 p.m.
Engineering Science
Seminar: Dr. Hermann
Ku rz weg, "Basic
Research in the Office of
Advanced Research "and
Technology in NASA,"
McC Aud., 4 p.m.
Newmafi Club: Bowling
Party, Meet at Catholic
Student Center, 7 p.m.
Union Movie: "Lost
Command," Union Aud.,
7 p.m, & 9:15 p.m.
Fla. Folk Dancers: Dancing,
Fla. Gym, 214, 8 p.m.

BLUB BULLETIN

Florida Players: "Imaginary
I n va I id," Constans
Theatre, 8 p.m.
Lyceum Council: Boston
Symphony Chamber
Players, Univ. Aud., 8:15
p.m.
Tolbert Area: Dance, Union
Terrace, 8:30 p.m.
Spotlights & Projectors:
Light Demonstration and
Tour of Constans
Theatre, Union
Colonnade, 10 p.m.
Saturday, May 25
ROTC-Army & Air Force:
Parade Review, Drillfield,
9:30 a.m.
Florida Players: "Imaginary
Invalid," Constans
Theatre, Mat. 2 p.m.,
Eve. 8 p.m.
Art Lecture: Dr. Douglas
Fraser, "Fish-Legged
F igure in Benin and
Yoruba Art," Univ.
Gallery, 3:00 p.m.
Hillel Foundation: Awards
Banquet, 6:30 p.m., and
Dance, 8:30 p.m., Hillel
Foundation
Union Movie: "Arabesque,"
Union Aud., 7 p.m. &
9:15 p.m.
Dance Committee: Dance,
Union Ballroom, 8:00
p.m.
Tuesday Evening Supper
Club: Party, home of
Julie Reaves, 1254 SW
9th Rd., 8:30 p.m.
Florida Arts Council: Arts
Forum, Union Aud., 10
a.m.; Luncheon, Union
Ballroom, 12:30 p.m.;
Lecture, Univ. Gallery
Lecture Hall, 3 p.m.;
Trip, Center of Modern
Art, Micanopy, 3 p.m.
Sunday, May 26
Electrical Engineering:
Picnic, Lake Wauburg, 11
a.m.
Program Office: Duplicate
Bridge, 150 C Union,
1:30 p.m.
Music Dept.: Combined
Choral Concert, Univ.
Aud., 4 p.m.

Eta Kappa Nu: Banquet,
233 Union, 5 p.m.
Fla. Cinema Society:
"Children of Paradise,"
Union Aud., 7 & 9:15
p.m.
Project Gray: Meeting, 347
Union, 7:30 p.m.
Monday, May 27
Alpha Phi Omega: Business
Meeting, 357 Union, 7
p.m.
Program Office: Dancing
Lessons, 245 Union, 7
p.m.
Pi Mu Epsilon: Film,
"Gottingeh and New
York," 361 Union, 7:30
p.m.

APARTMENT HUNTERS GUIDE

COLLEGE TERRACE Third Floor
Front Summer or Fall. Pool. A.C.,
Convenient. Hotel-like life at Apt.
house rates. 378-2221. (W-145-st-p)
SUMMER QUARTER: New 2
bedroom 12 x 50 trailer. Furnished
and A.C. New park, paved roads, near
Med Center. S9O/mo. 378-5775.
SUBLEASE: Furnished one
bedroom apartment. Laundry and
pool facilities. Near campus. Air
conditioning. Call 378-1138.
(W-145-st-p)
NEED 2 roommates for summer
quarter, A.C. and pool at Summit
House, SIOO for the quarter,
378-8991 or 372-4496. (W-145-st-p)
FOR RENT, Lease, or Sale One and
Two Bedroom Trailers with Cabana
on nice location A.C. and Pool $75
a mo. H. B. Williams, Univ. Ext. 2412
or 376-3322. (W-145-st-p)
SUBLEASE for summer: 3 bedroom
2 bath furnished house, partial AC,
convenient to campus: $125.00 per
month. Call Jeff, 372-9303, after 6
p.m. (W-145-stp)
ONE BEDROOM University Gardens
Apt., AC, furnished. Reduced from
$120.00 per month to,Jsloo.oo per
month. June Sept. 378-8592.
(W-145-st-p)
HAPPY COED ROOMMATE wanted
Village Park, on pool, 196869
quarters. Call Patsy, Joan'or Betty at
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)
LARGE three bedroom apartment
for rent. Three blocks from campus,
$90.00 per month. Call 3787754
between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. Law or
graduate students preferred.
(W-1433t-c)
AIR CONDITIONED 2 bedroom
apartment, 2 blocks from
campus, available June through
August. Call 3722880.
(W-1365tp)
THREE "COEDS desire fourth
roommate for Summer Quarter
Landmark Apts. Call 372-6442 after
5 p.m. iW-1445tp)

Friday, May 24, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

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

ASME & SAE: Lecture,
James F. Shuber, Jr., 211
MEB, 7:30 p.m.
UNION BOX OFFICE
Tickets are now on sale for
Florida Players
Production, "I maginary
Inv a I id," B oston
Symphony Chamber*
Players and Faculty
Buffet Dinner. The Box
Office will close Friday,
May 24, at 4:30 p.m. and
will reopen in June.
Tickets for the Faculty
Buffet Dinner may be
picked up at Reitz Union
Information Desk.

UNIVERSITY GARDENS balcony
apt. to sublet for summer through
next year if desired. Free bar-be-que
with apartment. Call 376-8154
(708-209 SW 16th AveJ
(W-142-st-p)
RUBY D. Apts. Sublease spacious
one bedroom furnished apt. Live
comfortable this summer with
air-condition and pool privilegavAll
electric. Available June. Call
378-8613. (Wl4lstp)
1 or 2 FEMALE ROOMMATES
needed for summer quarter. Summit
House: 4 ? bedroom, off pool, stereo,
AC., cable TV, 39.75 a month. Call
378 8604 after 5- p.m.
(Wl4lstp)
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)
VILLAGE PARK, 2 Bdrm, AC. Apt.
to sublet June, July, August. Very
good condition and will include a few
extras. Call now 3786141.
(Wl43stp)
One female roommate for summer
quarter Landmark Apts. Call
3783851 after 6 p.m.
(Wl4lstp)
SPECIAL RATES 20% discount on
2 BR Landmark apt. for summer;
'optional next year; bookcase, other
extras included. 3727627..
(W-1435tp)
FEMALE ROOMMATE FOR 2
BDRM APT., $30.00 a month, place
needs work, can be great, t 4 uibcks
from campus, near downtown. Call
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AIR CONDITIONED one bedroom
apartment Three blocks from
campus. Furnished, carpeted, washer,
and complete kitchen. Will talk
terms. Ca II 378-2980. (W-142-st-p>

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NEW SYSTEMS PROBLEM
Hl I ""f 1
Unrest In Coed Dorms

By JOANN LANGWORTHY
Alligator Staff Writer
(Last In a Three Part Series)
To avoid many qj( the prob problems
lems problems encountered at Hume,
ground work is being laid for the
coed transformation of Jennings
and Tolbert. At Jennings, for in instance,
stance, instance, two steering committees
have been organized.
One consists of students and
will look into the hall govern government
ment government and programming for next
Fall.
According to Jennings Resident
Counselor Amy Sanders, students
will, develop a government next
September.
We hope to keep the pro programs
grams programs being planned geared to
student interests/ Miss Sanders
said. **We would like some pro programs
grams programs for all the students and
some that will be of interest
either to men or women
separately.
The other committee, Miss
Sanders said, is made up of
housing staff members and will
work on the staffing of the dorm.
Plans have been made so that
both men and women will have
equal facilities after closing,
Miss Sanders said.

If the system has its rough
spots, it seems most students
have still responded favorably to
coed housing.
The atmosphere here is
better, said Mike Moore, presi president
dent president of Graham Area. The hall
council is stronger because it
works from a broader base.
College is becoming more
like the world outside by not
separating men from women,
Moore said.
Moore said that in a recent
survey conducted by Mens Inter Interhall
hall Interhall on the campus food and
cafeterias, Graham and Hume
residents gave the highest rat ratings.
ings. ratings.
I think thats ironic, Moore
Bloc Applications
Due June 5
Applications for bloc seating
for the 1968 football season must
be received by June 5 at the
Student Government offices,
Miles Wilkin said, secretary of
athletics.
Applications have been sent out
to all groups who had bloc seat seating
ing seating last year, but other bona
fide campus groups must apply.

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said, because the food in all
the areas is the same. It seems
to me that Hume and Graham
just offer a better atmosphere.
Greg Williams, past president
of Hume, said more creative pro programs
grams programs were another advantage of
coed housing.
An example he gave is Pro Project
ject Project SAMSON, which is an in independent
dependent independent service organization
started by the initiative of a
Hume coed. The main idea behind
Project SAMSON is to involve
independents in service projects
within the community, much as
fraternities sponsor service pro projects
jects projects for their members.
Williams said, however, that
he felt there were some dis disadvantages
advantages disadvantages to coed housing. He
said a double standard of regu regulations
lations regulations for men and women were
accentuated at Hume and led to
frustration by women residents.
Girls are more aware of
curfew restrictions, for instance,
because of mens presence in the
halls and their greater freedom
in general, he said.

Improper Contact Lenses
May Cause Blindness

SAN FRANCISCO If worn improperly, a contact
lens can scratch the cornea of
the eye and eventually cause
blindness, warns an ophthal ophthalmologist
mologist ophthalmologist at the University of
Californias San Francisco
Medical Center.
Once the thin protective
layer covering the cornea is
torn, the cornea is easily in infected
fected infected because it has no blood
supply and thus lacks the white
blood cells which fight off bac bacterial
terial bacterial invasion, explains Dr.
Samuel J. Kimura.
A corneal infection which
goes undetected for a long time
can result in a vision-impair vision-impairing
ing vision-impairing scar or the loss of an eye,
he adds.
A corneal scratch is often
caused by improper insertion or
removal of a contact lens or by
rubbing the eye when the lens
is in place. The person who
wears his contacts for only the
prescribed 10 or 12 hours a day
will be alerted promptly by pain
to the injury, Kimura says.
One who habitually wears
contacts for longer periods than

This is bad if the condition
stays the same; it creates stu student
dent student unrest, Williams said.
Coed housing helps the dorm
atmosphere, he said, but it
doesnt eliminate the basic prob problems
lems problems of the dorm that people
gripe about. It doesnt make the
dorm compare with an apartment
somewhere off-campus.
Williams may be correct in
feeling the dorm will never com compare
pare compare with off-campus housing,
even if it is coed. Coed living
is not a cure-all for housing
complaints. Its introduction to a
dorm may not always be smooth
and problems may arise.
However, the trend to coed
housing is a continuing one.
Despite some problems and ob obstacles,
stacles, obstacles, coed living has proved
itself as away to enhance dorm
atmosphere. Its advantages seem
to be stressed by staff mem members
bers members and residents.
For these reasons coed housing
has been successful at the UF.
And for these reasons it can be
seen as adding a positive factor
to dorm life.

recommended may not feel pain
because over-use of contacts
deadens the sensitivity of the
eye. He may remain totally un unaware
aware unaware of the scratch until his
vision becomes blurred, and by
then permanent damage may
have occurred, Kimura says.

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Off Campus Group
To Allow Females
By SYDNEY FRASCA
Alligator Staff Writer
An off campus housing organization formerly restricted to males
will be open to coeds during the summer quarter.
Kim Cornelius, 3AS, a member of the Board of Directors of the
Collegiate Living Organization (CLO), said they are accepting women
applicants because the CLO needs a certain number of members
in order to operate.
In the 25 years the organization has been in operation, this is
the first time the Board has decided the CLO needed women in the
organization.
Cornelius said the coed arrangement was planned for the summer
only. -
When they decided to open the houses to females, the CLO sent
two representatives to talk to Dean of Men Frank Adams and Dean
of Women Betty Cosby.
We asked Dean Cosbys opinion, Cornelius said, and she had
no objections to the plan.
There are four houses in the organization at 117 NW 15th St.,
which operate completely separate from the UF.
President of CLO Charles Chmielewski said he expected to fill
one house with women students. Each house will hold 12 to 14 oc occupants,
cupants, occupants, he said.
It is hard to determine how many people will apply because its
the summer quarter, and the people wholl be going to school may
either have dorm contracts or leases on apartments, Chmielewski
said.
Cornelius speculated that both parties will benefit from the
summer arrangement.
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By DAVID CHA FIN
Alligator Staff Writer
The Biggest Bundle of Them All* PLAZA, Friday, Saturday,
Sunday, 1, 3:10, 5:20, 7:30, and 9:30 p.m.
The Penthouse* CENTER, Fri., Sat., Sun.
La Dolce Vita, The Pawnbroker STATE, Fri. and Sat.,
Vita at 3 and 7:10 p.m., Pawnbroker at 5:05 and 9:20 p.m.
Poor Cow FLORIDA, Fri., Sat., Sun., 1:15, 3:15, 5:15, 7:15,
9:15 p.m.
Lost Command REITZ UNION AUDITORIUM, Fri. only, 7
and 9:15 p.m.
Nevada Smith UNION AUDITORIUM, Sat. only, 7 and 9:30
p.m.
Children of Paradise UNION AUDITORIUM, Sun. only, 7
and 9:15 p.m.
special events
UNION DANCE: Union Ballroom, Sat., 8 p.m., J.U. and the J.U.G.
band. Come for a breezy evening.
PROJECT GRAY: Meeting ,in room 347 of the Union Sun., 7:30
p.m., to discuss summer program and make plans for continuation
in the fall. All interested in helping Project Gray this summer should
attend.
BANQUET: Rev. T. A. Wright, Gainesville civic leader, speaker.
Alpha Pi Mu Industrial and Systems Engineering honorary banquet.
7:30 p.m., Fri., University Inn.
HILLEL DANCE: Sat., 8:30 p.m., Hlllel Foundation, the Kidz,
band.
PICNIC: Gator Band Picnic, Sat., 11:30 a.m., Lake Wauburg.
SPLASH-IN: Sat., Lake Wauburg, 2 p.m., live band, free refresh refreshments
ments refreshments from 2 to 4 p.m., sponsored by Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity,
all UF students welcome.
BOND VOYAGE PARTY/RADICAL RUMMAGE SALE: Party
will be held Sat., 8:30p.m., at7OOS.W. 27th Street, tickets $3 students,
$5 faculty and townspeople. Tickets available at door.
Rummage sale in Student Ghetto, across from old Pub,
begins noon, Sat.
All proceeds from party and sale go to pay bond and legal expenses
of Jack Dawkins, Joe Waller, Levy Wilcox, Mrs. Carol Thomas, and
other Black Power advocates.
GATORETTES: Tryouts, Florida Field, Sat., 2:30 p.m., women only.
BASEBALL: Fla. vs. FSU, Fri. and Sat., at Tallahassee.
TRACK: Southeastern USTFF, Atlanta., Sat.
Auto Inspection
Begins In June

v By STEVE HULSEY
Alligator Staff Writer
Floridians should pay partic particular
ular particular attention to their auto license
tag numbers this year.
The last digit of the new tag
numbers determine when each
auto must undergo a safety in inspection
spection inspection of the lights, brakes,
steering mechanism, turn sig signals,
nals, signals, windshield wipers, horn,
and tires.
Tag numbers ending in the
digits 4 and 5 must be inspected
during the month of June. Those
ending in 6 or 7 must be in inspected
spected inspected during July, ancl those
ending with an 8 or 9 in August.
Campus police said these dates
are deadline dates only. An auto
owner may have his vehicle in inspected
spected inspected before his inspection date
comes up, but each car must be
inspected again six months from
the date of the first inspection.
The cost is $1.75 per auto per
inspection.
Those cars not inspected by the
end of the month in which if

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vehicles deficiencies and have
it inspected again without paying
the inspection fee again.
For this reason, the AAA
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have their autos undergo a pre preliminary
liminary preliminary inspection by a qualified
garage.
Alachua Countys inspection
station will be located next to
the Florida Highway Patrol
station on U.S. Highway 441 north
of Gainesville.

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MUSIC REVIEW
'YAMA YAMA MAN

By JOE TORCHIA
Alligator Feature Editor
One of the greatest records
of the century is out and the
man who sings it can't sing but
he loves it anyway and does his
thing and man does he swing.
You remeber George Segal (he
humped the hostess" in Whos
Afraid of Virginia Woolf?")
'Odd Couple
Is At GLT
eil Simons laugh-a-minute
comedy, The Odd Couple," will
be presented through Saturday,
and again May 30 June 1,
at The Gainesville Little Theatre,
4039 N.W. 16th Blvd.
The show features Craig
Hartley and Bill Stensgaard
as Oscar and Felix, two divorced
men rooming together and hating
every minute of their new free freedom."
dom." freedom." Also in the cast are Lisa
Renner, Silva Stafford, Rob Shar Sharkey,
key, Sharkey, Rick Horder, Steve Becker,
and Wade Lynn. Tom Godey is the
director and Jimmy Ziegler is
stage manager.
Reservations should be made
by telephone and must be claimed
at the theatre before 8:15 p.m.
on the evening of attendance. Cur Curtain
tain Curtain is at 8:30 p.m. Tickets
are $l5O, students SI.OO.
For this sixth and final show
of the year, season ticket holders
may take advantage of any
admissions to previous plays that
they didnt use.

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well, hes a serious actor ( not
a singer) but he sings anyway;
*or at least he tries to sing,
and it may not be so good,
but god! he enjoys it so much
(not being able to sing, that is)
that his latest (first) album makes
his thing everything.
Its called (would you believe?)
The Yama Yama Man" and
its so far out that it's in; its
so bad that its good; it's so
damp that its camp.
The only word I can find
for this one is sporadic. Spora Sporadic?
dic? Sporadic? Well, yea in fact, em emphatically
phatically emphatically sporadic. And if you
dont buy it, your year will be
a dull one (unsporadic, that is).
Awright, so its got songs on
it like YES SIR THATS MY
BABY and GLORY OF LOVE
and BENNIE BADOO and BABY
WONT YOU PLEASE COME
HOME and stuff like that
but stuff like that is where its
at (with him) and its so where
that it's There and, baby, you
reaci|.
Its a fact.
When George Segal sings (or
tries), it sounds like Jesus
Christ siging HEY, MISTER

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NEE SUANNEE RIVER, a lozenge in his
throat and a Mississippi tugboat
in his nostrils, while eating pork
chops, _J
Its sporadic. Its emphatically
sporadic. Its emphatically,
sporadically eradicating. In other
words, its cot it.
George Segal not only sings
YAMA YAMA MAN, but he is
the YAMA YAMA MAN and
Im not going to tell you what
the YAMA YAMA MAN is
IM just going to tell you that
it is and if you dont get it youll
be isnt.
So go to your favorite (or un unfavorite)
favorite) unfavorite) record store and ask
for Segals Sporadic Emphatic
Thing (tell em the pork chop
sent you) and if they don't
know what you mean, !hen ask
for the YAMA YAMA MAN. They
probably wont have it yet, or
they'll be sold out, but theyll
get it for you.
It may help to ease that con constipation
stipation constipation you suffer through
around finals time.

Its Time Again
For Registration

By STEVE HULSEY
Alligator Staff Writer
Its almost that time again
the end of the hated quarter.
Time to start work on term
papers, projects, and begin read reading
ing reading the textbooks.
Its time, too, to begin the
feared, despised, hated,
maligned, process of studen* ha harassment
rassment harassment and nerve-frazzling
called registration.
As usual, the administration
has gone all out in its efforts
to cause students undue hard hardship
ship hardship and worry, cause them to
miss classes and appointments,
and cause them to seriously
dreams of being a highway or
suicide statistic.
Schedules, class offerings, and
class times will not be made
available to a student until he
actually goes to register. Last
quarter, I reluctantly swallowed
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new job. This quarter, I am
convinced it is a conspiracy.
I wonder if students at other
universities have to plan their
schedule, find what courses are
being offered, find who is teach teaching
ing teaching them, select their electives,
fill out the necessary cards, go
halfway across the not-to-small
campus to have an advisor sign
the card (giving his blessed ap approval
proval approval to the student's wise se selections),
lections), selections), go back across the
campus to the Temple of the
Gods, and have the computer
place his number in its memory
bank, all in the space of a class
break.
Undoubtedly, this is a con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy to break down the will
and fortitude of Florida students.
Perhaps it is to weaken our
resistance so that we may be
more susceptible to the admin administration's
istration's administration's thought selections for
its students. I wonder.



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DEAN COSBY?
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(SHE MAY NOT BE A PORK CHOP,
BUT WHAT A DISH!!)
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'lnvalid
Moliers Imaginary Invalid"
continues through Saturday at the
Constans Theatre. Feature times
are at 8 p.m., with a matinee
Saturday afternoon at 2.
Admission is 25 cents for stu students.
dents. students. This is the last of Players'
major productions this year.

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By 808 MORAN
Alligator Staff Writer
* We're sitting in my apartment
me and Joe. We have this
test in the morning and should
be studying but it's hotter than
hell. So we were rapping about
life and war.
After deciding we dislike
(really hate, but dislike sounds
better) Chester Ferguson,
Stephen O'Connell and the U.S.
war machine, we decide its too
damn hot to do anything ridicu ridiculous
lous ridiculous like study for Buddy"
Daviss test. So we split.
We head for Anthonys"
'cause we hear it's a hip bar
without fags. But its closed.
Locked. Empty. No-wheres No-wheresville.
ville. No-wheresville.
So we bop back to the Roarin
20s" or the Gay 90s depending
on how long youve been a stu student
dent student here.
And t ire. At the end of the
bar. All by itself. Quotated. Arlo
Gruthiefied. Sits a television.
And on the television. Right in
front of us is John Lennon
and Paul McCarthy.
1 Joe says there are pork chops.
He says Im a pork chop. But
let me tell you, the Gay 90s"
is full of pork chops.
The juke box is playing. Some
guys and a chick are rapping
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Visits to the Dead Sea and the Cave of the Scrolls,
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Lectures by leading American and Israeli archaeologists,
Field excursions to other archaeological sites,
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about football. Somebodys play playing
ing playing the pin-ball machines. And
Lennon and McCarthy are on
television talking about their
music.
PORK CHOPS ** PORK CHOPS
*** PORK CHOPS
So we start listening through
the blaze of noise that surrounds

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us. And find put New York is
full of pork chops too. The
Beatles, all four of them, were
strolling through Central Park
and nobody recognised them.
Then we find. Some stupid,
New York fuzzy pork chop had
the gall to throw George Har Harrison
rison Harrison outta the park.
New York cops are... (guess.).

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392 UF Centrex Exchange

By PEGGY McLAUGHLIN
Alligator Correspondent
The target date for the Cen Centrex
trex Centrex telephone system on the UF
campus has been tentatively post postponed
poned postponed from August 18 to
September 9, but it is still planned
to be operational by the begin beginning
ning beginning of the fall quarter.
Centrex will provide direct
dialing from off-campus phones
to on-campus phones by dialing
392- and four other digits in instead
stead instead of calling the University
Operator and asking for an ex extension
tension extension number, Cole A.
Wagener, communications con consultant
sultant consultant for Southern Bell Tele Telephone,
phone, Telephone, said.
Callers from one 392-
exchange to another will only
have to dial the last five digits
of a seven-digit number.
This exchange will be used only
for phones pertaining to the UF
--whether it is the Seagle Build Building
ing Building that houses the Florida State
Museum or part of the agri agricultural
cultural agricultural extension unit. UF will
have the only 392- exchange in
the 904 area code region.
The number for the University
Operator will be 392-3261 rather
than the present number,
376-3261. Wagener said this op operators
erators operators primary function will
then be as an information op operator.
erator. operator.
The principal advantage of the
Centrex system over the present
system is that it provides more
numbers than are now available.

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The present system provides
about 2,000 extension numbers
and is now filled to capacity.
Centrex will have a maximum
capacity of 7,500 phones. About
5,000 lines will be used when
the system becomes operational
in September. There will be a
growth possibility of 2,500 more
lines.
Payroll and administrative
costs will be cut in the long
run by Centrex. Assistant Di Director
rector Director of Housing William E.
Neylans said the UF now employs
about 10-15 telephone operators
but Centrex can cut this employ employment
ment employment in half.
The automatic telephone iden identification
tification identification system which wil< be
part of Centrex will also speed
up long distance calls. This is
unlike the system used in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville for the Franklin exchanges
where the operator must ask the
calling number, Neylans ex explained.
plained. explained.
To help pay for the system
initially the UF housing division
has decided to raise dormitory
room rents in the fall. For a
double room the rent will be in increased
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dent. student. This amounts to $2.67 per
student, per month more than
what he is paying now, accord according
ing according to Neylans.
Negotiations are still underway
between Southern Bell and the UF
concerning long distance calls,
Wagener said. No system has
been set up as yet to handle

billing.
Murphree area, married stu student
dent student housing and fraternity and
sorority houses will not have
Centrex available to them when
it first goes into effect.
There are two main reasons
why Centrex will not be put in
Murphree area right away," Ney Neylans
lans Neylans said. First, most of the
girls wanted it so we decided
to put it in the womens dorms.
The men were not so enthusias enthusiastic.
tic. enthusiastic.
Second, Centrex is being put
in most of the dorm rooms
through the system for the cable
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Since we had to choose one of
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from the cost standpoint
Murphree area seemed the best
choice."
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a couple of years the demand
for Centrex will be so great that
well have to put it in Murphree
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A&M, and third place to the UF Drill Team.

FSU also had its Angel Flight and Blue Berets march during
drill intermissions. Auburn presented precision drill and comedy.
Judging the drill event were four drill sergeants from Fort
Benning in Georgia who presented honorary Drill Instructor awards
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nation imagination and euphoria.
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grungy, beard-bedecked pair,
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a band would be?'* After an in incoherent,
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Trapp Tops SEC In Runs.
Nicosias .418 Ineligible

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI)
Sam Flectcher of Mississippi
State won the Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference batting title for the 1968
season with a .364 average. Stan
Moss of Alabama was home run
king with seven and led in runs
batted in with 26.
Fletcher eased out Frank Bald Baldasare
asare Baldasare of Auburn in the final week
of the season for the percentage
title. Baldasare ended the season
with a .360 average on 45 hits,
the most in the league, in 125
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Cinder men
At Atlanta
For Meet
UFs Track team will take to
the road this weekend for the
Southeastern US Track and Field
Federation Meet in Atlanta.
The meet opens Saturday, and
will feature the top track names
in the southeast, not only on the
college level, but those in the
various track and field clubs
throughout the region,
v The trip will be the last of
the quarter for UFs track team,
which finished second in the SEC.
Seven UFcindermen have qual qualified
ified qualified for the NCAA track com competition
petition competition to be held June 13, 14,
and 15 in Berkeley, Cal. The
Berkeley meet is considered as
the prelude to the Olympic
trials.
UFs two top high jumpers
have qualified. Frank Saier and
Ron Jourdan both have jumps of
over seven feet.
In addition, Jerry Fannin, a
freshman, has qualified on the
440 intermediate hurdles with his
52.0 time. TTie only other UF
runner to qualify is Bob Lang,
in the 880. Lang posted a 1:49.9
at the SEC championships last
week.
John Morton will qualify as
UFs discus entry, and Mike
Flanagans 15 -8 pole vault
will earn him his trip in that
event.
Tbe final member of UFs
delegation will be Mike Burton,
who uncorked a 234 -9 jave javelin
lin javelin throw to set a new school
record in that event last week.
Closely following the NCAA
meet at the University of
Californias Berkeley campus
will be the AAU meet at Sacra Sacramento.
mento. Sacramento. All of UFs seven are
expected to remain in California
for that meet. The top six
finishers in each event will be
eligible for the Olympic trials,
to be held in San Diego in July.

times at bat. Fletcher had 28
hits in 77 times at bat for 13
runs and 19 RBl's.
Richard Trapp of Florida
scored the most runs, 27, and
batted the most times, 132.
. Nic Nicosia of Florida ended
the season with a .418 average
at the plate but could not quali qualify
fy qualify for the title. He did not bat
the required twice as many times
as the number of games played.
Florida played 35 games, mean meaning
ing meaning Nicosia would have had to go
to the plate 70 times. He went
only 55 times due to a knee and
shoulder injury.
Third best hitter for the sea season
son season in the SEC was Jim Howart
of Mississippi State with a .351

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average. Fourth was John Shaw
of Mississippi at .344 and fifth
was Moss, .342.

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Gators Face Revenge-Minded Seminoles

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BOSTON (UPI) The Boston Record American reported Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday a new plan to finance a sports stadium for the greater Boston
area has been worked out and a bill is currently being prepared by
the legislative committee on state administration.
The bill reportedly would have the state provide between $lO
million and sls million for site purchase and preparation. The actual
building would be financed by either a private or public developer.
The initial investment of the state would be returned with interest
after the terms of 30-year bonds expired.
The legislation reportedly calls for construction of a $42 million
open sports stadium with a seating capacity of close to 50,000.
Future plans call for a dome and present specifications would pro provide
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Miami To Get Pros

Miami Beach (UPI) The Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota Muskies of the American
Basketball Association, unable to
draw a paying crowd in Min Minneapolis
neapolis Minneapolis even with a winning
team, will move to Miami Beach
for the 1968-69 season and take
a new name.
Muskies President Larry
Shields said yesterday he has
unofficial approval of the move
from the ABAs board of trustees
and expects no trouble getting
official approval.
Former Gator star Gary Keller
is one of the Muskies leading
players.
The Muskies played their first
season in the ABA this year,
and finished second in the Eastern
Division, but drew only 1,500
fans per home game.
We tried to do everything pos possible,
sible, possible, but the people in Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota just dont want to back
the team, Shields said.
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By PAUL KAPLAN
Alligator Sports Editor
Revenge is a powerful word
that can often drive people to
powerful action. Today the Gator
baseball team will run head-on
into the most powerful revenge
theyre ever likely to see.
It all started two weeks ago
when the Gators entertained FSU
for a two-game home stand.
The Seminoles came to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville with the No. 1 ranking in
the nation and left with two more
losses under their belts.
Now Florida is in FSUs
territory for a three-game
series, including a game this
afternoon and a doubleheader
tomorrow. To be sure, FSU has
been looking forward to this re rematch.
match. rematch.
Hie Gators will travel to Tal Tallahasee
lahasee Tallahasee with more than just an
unfriendly environment serving
as a disadvantage to them. Flori-

Shields planned to make a tele telephone
phone telephone poll of league trustees
for official approval of the move
today, and announce full details
of the transfer Friday.
There were two key factors
in Shields decision to move the
club to Miami, according to re reports.
ports. reports. First was the ready avail availability
ability availability of local financial sup support,
port, support, and then the fact that
Miamians have demonstrated an
interest in pro basketball.
The St. Louis Hawks of the
National League played six games
here last season and drew an
average crowd of 4,285, the gig giggest
gest giggest draw about 6,200. Shields
says it will take 3500 to 4000 to
home customers to break even.

IN TALLAHASSEE TODAY

da is fresh from a disappointing
pair of losses to Alabama that
cost the team the SEC champion championship.
ship. championship. Thinking back will not help
them, unless they get angry.
UF Coach Dave Fuller will
probably receive starting roles.
FSU will probably send Steve
Mastin, Lin Garrett and either
Gene Ammann or Wayne Vincent
to the hill. Mastin is undefeated
in seven decisions, Garrett has
a 5-0 mark, Ammann is 3-0
and Vincent is 3-3.
The last time the Seminoles
were here, all nine starters (and
that includes the pitchers) were
hitting over .300. Now there are
only* four. Mike Easom leads all
hitters with a strong .408 average
hitters with a strong .408
average. Tom Cook is batting .388
and Jeff Hogan sports a .343 mark
for the Seminoles.
Gym Meet
UFs Womens Gymnastics
Club will host their first meet
of the year tonight against five
Florida colleges in Florida Gym.
the meet will begin at 7 p.m.,
and there is no admission charge.
There will also be a high school
division meet.

County Commissioner
May 28
Dear University Friends:
I ask your vote for me for the County Commission, District 3 seat, next Tuesday, May 28.
If you have followed developments in Gainesville and Alachua County in the last few years, I think
you will recognize that you have a clear choice in this election. My record of achievements on the City
Commission for 5 years is the best predictor of what I will do on the County Commission:
1. Greatly expanded recreation facilities, including working for tot lots.
2. Employee job classification and pay plan at improved pay scales.
3. Housing support of minimum housing ordinance, public housing units and low rent private
housing for low income families, rent supplements for the poor.
4. Improvement of streets and thoroughfares.
5. Worked for an improved bus system.
6. Consistent record for zoning protection of residential neighborhoods and long range community
planning.
7. Advocacy of human relations program and expanded job opportunities in city.
8. Support for expanded and improved utilities and city services.
9. Added appropriations for an enlarged and improved library.
10. Consolidation of city and county services under single management wherever feasible, e.g.
property assessment, joint planning, to save funds and manpower.
Many of the countys problems parallel and even repeat those of the City of Gainesville, such as the
need for more public recreational facilities, minimum housing code and public housing units, public
transportation facilities, zoning protection and orderly development of utilities expansion in urban
fringe areas.
Orderly planning by the county is vitally important to the University and all of us. Remember a past
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The Gators will send four
All-Conference players against
FSU. One is Glenn Pickren, who
is a good bet to start todays
game. Pickrens 10 wins leads
all SEC hurlers. His record is
10-2.
Nick Nicosia will carry his

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Friday, May 24, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

.418 batting average and All-
Conference laurels into the game.
Richard Trapp is batting .288
and Mike Ovca .264, and are
also UF representatives on the
All-Star team.
FSU has a 25-4 season record.
Florida is 25-10.

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