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UF May Operate By Pass-Fail Method

UF students may soon be operating under a
pass-fail method of study if State University
Chancellor Robert Mautz has his say about the
matter.
Under the pass-fail method a student wiil sign for
a course under a special option.
If a student passes the course he will receive only
credit hours for it-no grade. If he fails the course he
will not receive credit hours or a grade that would
adversely reflect on his grade point average.
The program was first inaugurated last year at
the University of South Florida and this Fall is
being tried at Florida Atlantic.
Mautz has urged other universities to look at this
possibility because it has been very successful at
Princeton and Dartmouth.

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Vol Cl, No. 8

OConnell Defends UFs
Non-Discrimination Policy

By GAYLE McELROY
Alligator Staff Writer
UF President Stephen C. OConnell defended the universitys firm
commitment to non-discrimination at Tuesdays Action Conference
meeting.
In other action at the meeting, Dr. Hall G. Lewis was elected
chairman of the conference. At the time of his election Lewis was out
of town and unavailable for comment.
Lewis, an education professor, replaces Maj. Russell Ramsey who
resigned recently following an army investigation initiated by Rep.
Bob Sikes (D-Fla.).
A resolution, drafted by Dr. Manning Dauer and Dr. Franklin Doty

New 'Dorm
Conventions
Held Tonight
By RAUL RAMIREZ
Alligator Executive Editor
The newly-born New
Movement partys efforts to
piece together a slate of
candidates for the Oct. 17
Student Government elections
will reach a climax tonight at 8
p.m. when nominating
conventions get underway in
seven campus living areas.
In an unprecedented move in
recent campus politics, dorm
residents are expected to select
candidates for 17 student senate
seats.
The New Movement party
was hurriedly peiced together
last weekend after nearly half of
the now-defunct Forward party
jumped over to United-First
party ranks, forming one of the
largest political alliances in the
history of campus politics.
The Forward party loyals,
suddenly left adrift with little or
no political power, launched a
search for ways to stop what
they call the coalitions
Super-Party. And the New
Movement Party was born.
Advocating an about-face in
campus politics, the New
Movement has appealed to
student organizations and
independent students for
support in organizing a grass
(SEE 'MOVEMENT' P. 2)

The plan came about following student protests
at Columbia University and the Sorbonne, in
France.
The idea, Mautz believes, partly addresses itself
to the students complaints.
Mautz said he has suggested the state schools
experiment on a limited basis with pass-fail courses.
A pass-fail course should be outside the students
major, and there should be a limited number of
hours a student may take, Mautz said.
Ive suggested to the universities that it should
be outside his minor too, Mautz said.
The chancellor said he proposed the idea to allow
students to explore a field he might be interested in
without hurting his overall grade point average.
Heres a guy studying physics, he said, and he

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Florida Alligator

and calling for deep appreciation
of the time and valuable
leadership supplied by Ramsey,
was unanimously passed.
We express our thanks to
Major Rartisey for his great
contribution as chairman and
request that he continue as a
delegate, the resolution stated.
Ramsey resigned after Rep.
Sikes reported receiving less
that 20 letters calling the
conference un-American and
hippy-oriented.
OConnell, in an address to
the conference, defended the
ex-chairmans stand.
I invited the congressman to
send me the letters, he said. I
would be happy to answer them
or any others.
Posting labels is a dangerous
thing, OConnell said.
I think the conference
should go on. Im not disturbed
at all by what went on.
Commenting on a proposal
calling for a coordinator of
minorities and disadvantaged
students, OConnell said, There
is not and will not be, available
funds in the current biennium
for this position.
We cant create structures
within structures, he said. We
have counselors whose job
include this.
OConnell said there would
be no relaxation of standards for
graduation.
A proposal that all faculty
should participate yearly in the
Teacher-Course Evaluation
Program, was also passed at
Tuesdays meeting.

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Tickets Available
For sth Dimension
Tickets are still available for Thursdays show presenting The Fifth
Dimension, the singing group whose recording Up, Up and Away
recently won them a Grammy Award for Record of the Year.
Tickets are priced at $1.50 and $2 and are on sale at the Reitz
Union Box office.
The Fifth Dimension will perform at 8 p.m. in the Florida Gym in
a Student Government Production.

wants to go to graduate school. He wants to take a
course in Shakespeare. Hes perfectly bright enough
to get an A in Shakespeare if he puts enough time
on it.
He doesnt want to put that much time on it
but he would like to take the course. Well; Mautz
said, if you give it to him on pass-fail option, he
can take it-put enough time on it to pass it but not
have it adversely reflect on his grade point average
and therefore make it impossible for him to go on
to graduate school or hold his scholarship.
If he did D work, Mautz said, it wouldnt
count against him. He wouldnt get any credit for it,
and it wouldnt count against him. If he does
excellent work, it counts toward his graduation but
doesnt count in his grade point average.

Wednesday, October 2, 1968

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!, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, October 2,1968

BY HANOI

HHH Statement Dismissed

PARIS (UPI) Hanoi Tuesday
night dismissed Vice President
Hubert Humphreys qualified
promise to halt U.S. air raids

Sweetheart Contest
Applications Due

Today is the last day to turn
in applications for the
Homecoming Queen Sweetheart.
Applications and the S2O
entrance fee must be submitted
to the Blue Key office in the
Reitz Union by 5:00 p.m.
tonight.
A meeting of the contestants
will be conducted at 7:30
tonight in room 118 at the
Union so publicity pictures may
be taken.
Emcee for the contest is Dick
Stratton from TV station WJXT
in Jacksonville.
India Club
Celebrates
Gandhis 99th
The UF India Club will
sponsor a program Oct. 2-8,
celebrating the 99th birth
anniversary of Mohandas
Karamchand Gandhi.
Commissions of UNESCO
around the world will hold
activities during this
UNESCO-declared birth
centennial year.
The week-long activities on
UFs campus consist of
exhibitions of books by and
about Gandhi, floor displays in
the Reitz Union of his
quotations, and distribution of
free materials.
The books, lent by the UF
libraries, will be displayed in the
unions second floor gallery, and
in the Research and College
libraries.
An India Club meeting is
scheduled in the union
auditorium, Oct. 6, at 2 p.m. A
movie will be shown and several
speakers will talk on Gandhi.

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against North Vietnam as a
statement that was too
conditional.
Vui Nhan, a spokesman for

The preliminary contest to
pick the three finalists will be
held Oct. 8. Voting on the
Queen will take place Oct. 17.
The Queen will be announced at
the Gator Growl held before the
Homecoming game with Auburn
University.
Prizes for the Queen are: a
SSOO wardrobe from Maas
Brothers; a trip to Nassau for
two; a large scholarship from
Publix; $25 gift certificate from
Sears; portable radio from
Couchs; tape recorder from
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phonograph stereophonograph from McDuffs; mail
calls from Hancocks.
The runners-up in the contest
will receive: a trip for two to
Daytona; S2OO gift certificates
from Belk Lindseys; SSO gift
certificate from the Record Bar;
a gift certificate from Mr.
Mitchells Shoes; SIOO from
Liphams Music; $75 worth of
clothing from Jodys Fashions.
This is the largest array of
prizes any beauty contest at UF
has ever had, said Bob Singer,
Chairman of the Sweetheart
Contest.
Magazine Material
Deadline Oct 10
Deadline for material to be
submitted for the Alligator
literary supplement, Outlet, is
October 10th.
Allen Pierleoni, Alligator
magazine and features editor,
requests that material be
typewritten, triple-spaced and
handed in to him or placed in
the Campus Life basket in the
Alligator office,
Poetry, opinion or humorous
articles, short stories-anything
literary or controversial will be
accepted.

the Hanoi delegation to the Paris
talks on Vietnam, said
Humphrey was speaking in the
conditional in his Salt Lake
City speech Monday.
Humphrey pledged he would
order a complete halt to
bombing of the North providing
the Communists gave evidence
of willingness to restore the
Demilitarized Zone between
North and South Vietnam.
North Vietnams special
adviser to the Paris talks, Le Due
Tho, said there was absolutely
nothing new in Humphreys
statement.
It is always the same
demand of reciprocity which we
reject, Tho said. Candidates
often make nice statements and
when they are elected do
something completely
different.
Tho said there was no
difference between the U.S.
presidential candidates as to
their Vietnam policy.
The Humphrey statement was
the topic of discussion at a
regular staff meeting of the
American delegation headed by
chief negotiator W. Averell
Harriman.
We took a look at it this
morning and decided that it falls
exactly into our practice of no
comment, said Harold Kaplon,
delegation press secretary.
Kaplon explained the U.S.
delegation had adopted a policy
of not commenting on the
Vietnam policy statements made
by candidates for the presidency
saying: We just cant get into
that.

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New Movement
Meets In Dorms

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roots selection of candidates
for 40 senate seats and four
Union Board positions.
People at first thought that
the New Movement was a farce,
said Steve Hull, former Alligator
editor and the partys candidate
for president of the Reitz Union
Board.
But I believe they are
beginning to realize that we
really mean it when we say we
want total student participation
in our party, Hull said.
Individual conventions will
take place in Broward Hall
basement for residents of
Rawlings and Broward dorms,
and in the Hume Hall recreation
room for both Hume and
Graham residents.
Students living in Jennings
are scheduled to meet in the

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Friday is the deadline for persons wishing to register to vote in the
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dorms basement and Murphree
area residents meet in the west
side of the Main Cafeteria for
the nominating session.
Tolbert residents meet in
South Halls recreation room,
and the meeting for Yulee Hall
will be held in the dorms
basement.
Residents of both Tower A
and Tower B are to meet in the
social recreation room in the
Commons Building.
After the nominations, each
nominee must qualify in the
Student Govt. Treasurers office
by Friday.
Students on the ticket must
be residents of the nominating
area, have a 2.0 average and pay
a $5 qualifying fee.
Party nominations for 23
off-campus senate seats and
three of the four Union Board
positions will be held in the
Plaza of the Americas Thursday
at noon.



HHH Compares Wallace Rise To Hitlers

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UPI) Hubert
H. Humphrey unleashed his strongest
attack to date Tuesday on third party
candidate George C. Walmce, calling him
an apostle of hate ani racism who
threatens to topple the American
political system.
As
into the South, he attacked Wallace
head-on in Tennessee where Wallace is
given a 50-50 chance of carrying the
state against the vice president and
Richard M. Nixon.
In a speech at the University of
Tennessee in Knoxville and in a

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Humphrey said the political system is
in danger today because of Wallace,
whose candidacy he compared to the rise
in power of Adolph Hitler in Nazi
Germany.
He stands, and he has always stood,
Humphrey declared, the apostle of hate
and racism.
While Humphrey acknowledged mas
Nixon opposes Wallace, he said the
Republican has within his ranks many
persons who make precisely the same
appeal who have led the reactionary,
extremist forces in America for the past

two decades and who continue these
attacks at this very moment.
Humphrey also took further steps to
disassociate himself from President
Johnsons Vietnam War policies, and
stated during a television interview in
Nashville that he was not running as
vice-president.
Responding to a question of why he
removed the vice presidential seal during
his Vietnam policy address on television
Monday night, Humphrey said:
Im running as Hubert Humphrey
not as vice president. I will continue to
perform my constitutional duties. Ill

Tfiilinnln. October 2,1968, The Florida Alligator, I

have variances with the administration in
the future, and when I speak I want to
speak as a candidate as a leader of my
party.
I said I would stop the bombing in
North Vietnam. That was the emphasis
of my statement, Humphrey said.
I said I also would reserve the right
if North Vietnam acted in bad faith to
resume the bombing. I think it is very
clear, and because of what I said, where
my emphasis lies. And I think Hanoi
with very little difficulty could take
action concerning the Demilitarized
Zone.

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Architect
Appointed
C. L.' Gus Klonis, a
registered architect here, has
been appointed Gainesville zone
director for the Florida Board of
Regents.
The appointment was
announced by D. Neil Webb,
director of the construction
division for the Board of
Regents.
A 1953 graduate of the UF,
Klonis was a staff member of the
Board of Regents and has been
in private practice here for the
past seven years with Guy C.
Fulton, former board architect.

AT UNION
Game Area Hours
Extended Weekends

The Games Area of the Reitz
Union, featuring bowling,
billiards, and ping pong for the
student enthusiast, will remain
open until 1 a.m. on Friday and
Saturday.
The Games Area had
previously been open until 12
midnight, but the additional
hour of availability was added
because of student demand for
later hours, according to Games
Room Manager Patrick Day.
When we close, there really
isnt anything else to do after
midnight Day said.
Bond Says
Wallace
Offers'Outlet
By RICHARD GROSS
BOSTON (UPI) Georgia
lawmaker Julian Bond said
Monday George C. Wallace
offers a legitimate outlet to
racists in the country and is a
true reflection of what is very
deep in all white Americans.
The Negro state
representative, who led a
maverick delegation to the
Democratic National
Convention, also said the blacks
he represents are terrified of
Republican presidential nominee
Richard M. Nixon.
The Southerners who
supported McCarthy and
Kennedy think its vitally
important that Nixon not be
president because Strom
Thurmond will have a lot to say
about welfare, education and
law enforcement. And that
terrifies them, Bond said.
His reference to Sen. Strom
Thurmond, R-Sc., was in league
with reports the senator
engineered much of the Souths
support for the former vice
president at the GOP national
convention.

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Many people dont belong
to a fraternity or anything like
that, where they could go to
pass some time in the evenings.
Because we would be open an
additional hour, a student
doesnt have to go home at
midnihgt if he doesnt want to.
According to Day, the Games
Area will stay open until 1 a.m.
on Friday and Saturday for
right now, with the possibility of
staying open later on Thursday
night as well if theres a
demand.
We are doing this as a service
to the students, Day said.
Deadline Nears
The deadline for purchasing
Student Health Insurance is Oct.
10, Bob Mandell, commissioner
of student health insurance said.
Policy applications may be
picked up at the Infirmary or
the Student Government offices,
third floor, Reitz Union.
The policies cost $18.65.
High Scores
Eighty-five per cent of UFs
freshman class scored above the
national mean on the Scholastic
Comprehensive Aptitude Test.

THE MACCABEE STUDENT
ORGANIZATION
will hold its first meeting
\
of the fall quarter
Thursday, October 3
Hillel Foundation
Elections Meeting
All Israelis and Friends
of Israel invited
free Israeli Food

Campus National Parties
Plan Political Campaigns

By CAROLYN POPE
Alligator Staff Writer
UF national political party
organisations plan massive
membership drives and
prominent local and national
figures to stiumlate campus
campaign spirit for November
elections.
Jimmie Bailey, American
Independent Party (AIP)
chairman of Gainesville, and
Dale Anderson, president of UF
Young Republicans, revealed the
plans of their organizations.
Bailey said he has proposed a
Rebel Day, Saturday at the
Mississippi State-Florida
football game, to distribute
Wallace stickers and posters on
campus as a campaign booster.
Rebel Day needs approval
from Dr. Lester L. Hale,
vice-president of student affairs.
The Student AIP will have its
first meeting Wednesday. Active
members prlsently total 50,
Bailey said.
Bailey said the plans to have
AIP candidate George Wallace at
UF are in progress.
Contacts were made with
Wallace over the summer,
Bailey said, and it is probable
hell be here in Octobc' *

BY HOWARD POST

Bailey explained Wallaces
Florida campaign trips are
completed, however, it may be
possible to have him come here
from a nearby state.
In a poll taken of 100 UF
personnel, Bailey reports 47
votes for Wallace, 33 for Nixon,
and 20 for Humphrey.
Everyone underestimates
George Wallace, Bailey said.
He has a chance. I estimate
hell carry 18 states.
Anderson, who said that
Florida is a key state to Nixon
victory, includes Republican
presidential nominee Richard M.
Nixon or his running mate, Spiro
T. Agnew in fall plans.
Tentative dinners for State
Supreme Court Judge nominee
David McCain and U.S. Senate
hopeful Edward J. Gumey are
scheduled for late October.
Peter Brathwaite, state youth
chairman for Agnew during the
1966 Maryland gubernatorial
race and staff worker with the
Maryland delegation at the

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the Y.R.s opening meeting
Wednesday. Brathwaite is to
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EDITORIAL
Thanks, Hubert
As president, I would be willing to stop the bombing of
North Vietnam as an acceptable risk for peace because I
believe it could lead to sv cess in the negotiations and a
shorter war.
Thank you, Mr. Vice President.
But where were you in April, 1965, when the first
bombing halt was scrapped and the long, dark shadows of
bomb-laden B-52s once again creeped across North
Vietnam?
Where were you in January, 1966, when the National
Security Council discussed but vetoed the feasibility of
another bombing halt as a gesture of peace?
Where were you in the early days of 1967 when the Joint
Chiefs of Staff convinced the President that a bombing
pause would jeopardize American troops in Vietnam?
Where were you in November, 1967, when your
long-time friend and colleague, Sen. Eugene McCarthy,
began stomping the hills and valleys, the cities and the
farms, jabbing at Americas conscience, calling for an end to
the bombing, an end to the war?
Where were you on that humid August night in 1968
when the Democratic National Convention adopted by vote
a meaningless peace plank in the partys platform?
And finally, Mr. Vice President, where were you on that
same August night, in the time of the year when patience
wears thin and tempers flare quickly, when skin was flayed
by billy-clubs because several thousand young Americans
also wanted an end to the bombing, an end to this longest
and bloodiest of Americas wars?
Where were you, Mr. Humphrey?
You were in the hallowed halls of the nations Capitol;
you were fishing in a Minnesota lake; you were in the oval
office in that white house on Pennsylvania Avenue; you were
giving a speech about integrity, honesty, moral
commitments and other assorted virtues of the Great
American Myth to a Boy Scout convention; you were. .
Everywhere but nowhere, Mr. Humphrey.
Nowhere because, standing in the shadow of a powerful
Texan, you lost your courage, you lost your convictions,
you lost your identity.
And America lost faith in you.

The Florida Alligator
'The price of freedom
is the exercise of rei|K>nsibility. n
Harold Aldflh
Wdlm. Dave Doucette
r OUfmWfv Managing Editor
All Raul Ramirez James Cook
wAdU/UC/Ut Executive Editor Nows Editor

Deadline

Blue Key Unlocks Split

Politics is funny.
On this campus its often hilarious.
Take last week for instance.
Because of small-time political games played by
small-time politicos a segment of Forward Party
defected to United-First Party, throwing campus
politics into a turmoil.
The parties involved say the split was caused by
ideological differences between the two groups, but
the real story lies with Florida Blue Key. FBK is a
mens leadership honorary fraternity, which honors
campus leaders with membership. Many campus
politicians, and their sponsoring groups (usually
fraternities), often put membership in Blue Key
before service to the university.
Agreeing with the premise that membership in
FBK is truly an honor, many fraternities push
members into campus activities to gain
representation for their houses in Blue Key.
The more FBK members a fraternity has, the
more it can influence the selection of additional
FBK members. Selection of new members turns into
a political whirlwind running the gamut from vote
trading to pressure tactics. The service and
leadership record of the candidate seems to come
second.
Student activities come into the picture because
key requires a major and minor activity to be
considered for membership.
Many political appointments are considered
major activities for Blue Key, so a fraternity with a
member in Student Government making these
appointments is in good shape to increase its FBK
membership.
For instance, the Reitz Union Board president
has two major and many minor appointments to his
staff. A fraternity, or group, with some influence in

The Alligator Inquizitor

Mid-Week-Hassles

i
By LEWIS ROTHLEIN
Hello there. Its Wednesday
and youve got a headache. The
kids are screaming at you and
you dont know what to do.
STOP! Weep no more! This isnt
really happening, so what are
you concerned about? Just
answer the questions, dummy:
1. Who wrote, TO KILL A
MOCKINGBIRD?
2. What is President
OConnells middle name?
3. What was the name of the
pilot whose U-2 crashed on
Soviet territory in May of 1960?
4. In March of 1961,
President Kennedy signed an
executive order creating the

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Published by students of the University of Florida
under auspices of the Board of Student Publication*.
Opinions expressed in the Florida Alligator are those of the
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by Dave Doucette

Blue Key can suddenly become powerful if one of
its members controls these appointments.
The New Movement, the remnants of Forward
Party, is trying to regain some political power by
running Steve Hull, FBK secretary, for the Union
Board presidency.
If he wins the post, the New Movement can trade
appointments for additional members in Blue Key.
If they gain control in Blue Key they can
increase their power by tapping new members who
made their activity requirements from political
appointments.
The New Movement is not the only group which
engages in this form of pseudo-politics. Campus
political groups have been playing these games for
years. Does Blue Key know it is being used in this
way? Since the majority of their members are greeks
or Student Government leaders, someone must
know what is going on.
Maybe not, though.
In the 1964 edition of Whos Who in Florida
Blue Key, FBK alumnus J. Ed Price said:
The fraternity, founded on service and
dedicated to the welfare of the university, is a living
being, in which each year the student leaders from
all groups on the campus are joined through
membership in Florida Blue Key, where all
factional, personal, fraternal, and other restricted or
special interests are put aside for the welfare of the
university.
Prejudice and bigotry, student-body and
fraternity politics, special interests and clique
desires are nonexistent in Florida Blue Key, for as a
campus organization it is truly representative of the
student body, truly concerned only with that which
is for the best interest of the campus as a whole.
And that, is what Blue Key isnt.

Peace Corps. Whom did he
designate as its first director?
5. What was the name of
Roy Rogers dog ?
6. Is it true that Lautrecs
pants were Toulouse?
Only his hairdresser knew for
sure. Yesterdays solutions:
1. United-First, Contrived,
Forward, Individual 2. John
Baresfort Tipton 3. William
Jennings Bryan 4. a. Ecology is
the branch of biology which
deals with the relation between
organisms and their
environment, b) Etymology is
the study of words and their
origins, c) Entomology is the
branch of zoology that treats of
insects. 5. Death of a Salesman.
Hum our alma mater today.



Wallace: Birth of a Nation

The Dixie Mentality;
A Paranoiac Prejudice
By DAVID MILLER
I remember two things in particular about the
Colt-Dolphin football game of August 31. First, the
clergyman giving the pre-game prayer ended by
praising Jesus Christ. Yessirree, folks, lets knock
em dead for Jesus. Second, the song Dixie was
played right before the flag was raised, right before
Francis Scott Keys poem was sung. And I liked this
even less, because they were debasing the symbol of
the Union just as if theyd burned Old Glory.
The Civil War ended 103 years ago, even though
de facto slavery and bigotry abound today.. The
Confederate flag, the Yankee-written song Dixie
are remnants of a diseased, inhuman regime; they
are symbols of a pygmy people whose poisonous
bias shrieks for a return to the reactionary days of
yore. South Dade High School, in not-too-liberal
Homestead, stopped calling its students Rebels
when black students decided they didnt want to be
thought of as cotton-picking darkies waiting upon
the Great White Plantation Owner. Ole Miss still
calls its Stars n Bars-waving students Rebels and
its band dresses is CSA grey. Its no coincidence that
the state of Mississippi has not convicted Byron de
la Beckwith for the murder of Medgar Evers, nor
Sheriff Raineys cops for the murder of Cheney,
Schwemer, and Goodman. Its no coincidence that
Federal troops were needed to quell rioting when
integration was attempted in 1962. Its no
coincidence that Mississippis politicos, from John
Bell Williams on down, have accepted the racist
mantle of interpositionist Ross Barnett. And them
niggers jes keep lynchin themselves, dont they?
The Dixie mentality is a paranoiac misanthropy
that collects scapegoats and bete noires so that
responsibility for the sin of hatred of fellow man is
never assumed. It is the duty of todays Southerner
to cast off the burden of intolerance and the chains
of ignorance. The antebellum days are gone forever;
the Confederacy is no more. We must rise,
Phoenix-like, from the ashes of the Old South, or
we shall perish in flames once more. Let us
remember the words of Dr. Henry King Stanford,
President of the University of Miami: I take a dim
view of both the Southerner, and the Southerner
not by birth, but by recent conversion, who
embrace the Confederate symbols as an
anachronistic expression of their prejudices.

'Speaking Out

Chanaes

Few Will Clean Latrines

You are the other guy.
You are here. Out there, well. Theyre out there
and they want you. Just before once upon a time:
Ennie, meannie, minnie, moe
Give up and they let you go
Theyre after you and theyll get you because
you dont know youre the other guy. Theyve
planned it that way. Theres nothing personal. I
hope you understand theres nothing personal
meant at all.
If in 1984 BIG BROTHER doesnt get you with
his stolid politics or his newspeak propaganda or his
constant warfare in Asia or his eavesdropping on
your mind, if you dont break like Winston, then
BIG NURSE waits for you where IpNE FLEW
OVER THE CUCKOOS NEST.
She has a system thats ironclad. Mtndclad too.
Shes got rules and regulations and, should you
forget, straightjackets. Everyone in his (place at the
right time. Everything as it should be. The whole
worlds a hospital and with the love and mercy and
planning of Big Nurse, theres room for everyone in
her well-oiled machine.
WAITING FOR GODOT? Forget it.
ROSEMARYS BABY is crying. Hear it? If you
will just step over to the crib you will see tears for a
world of mephistophilian manipulation with
impunity. Eh! Alas, the baby was bom healthy.
Failing these three, DR. STRANGELOVE lurks
beside every button masqued in bultondown
schizophrenia so no one will pay attention. If the
worlds foolish enough to build missies hell gladly
explode them.
In his madness he knows there can be no end to

OPEN FORUM:
jAdMiaml ViMwt
"There is no hope for the complacent man,"
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Speaking Out

ROTC is military madness

Colonel Arlo Mitchells
military wisdom in last Fridays
ALLIGATOR advising students
to think ROTC brought me
way down. The wise old colonel
is THE MAN. I say he is a put
on. Just how stupid does he
think students are?
The man tells us that in the
past when ROTC was
compulsory, male freshmen
and sophomores did not have to
ask too many questions.
Students are never supposed to
ask any genuinely relevant
questions. Fortunately, the holy
human spirit of inquiry
remaining in some students and
faculty was the primary force
which ultimately caused the
sacking of compulsory military
madness in the form of ROTC
with its over-reaching authority.
Somebody asked some real
questions. Remember guys,
especially you freshmen and
sophomores, the virile militarists
want young tender minds and
willing bodies before these
minds have an inkling of the
farce. Give me the boy and Ill
give you the man, thinks the
smiling Colonel.
One of his reasons for buying
the military bag is that it would
be a waste of valuable talent
(he assumes that scribbling is
somehow related to talent) for a
college graduate to serve as an
enlisted man when he could
possibly serve as an officer.
Right guys, go out there and get
yours! Why be a mere man when
you could be an officer- officers
are better than men. Zap the

Cong as a fat cat officer-it pays
better and it could really help a
political career.
In lucid display of military
mentality Colonel Mitchell puts
it to us: I think the first thing
every male college student
should consider is how he
intends to spend his two years in
the service. The more I think
about what this implies, the
more it hurts. On the contrary,
Colonel, one of the first things
we should do is try to find out
what the hell is going on in our
permanent war economy and its
military-industrial complex. The
issue, sir, is do we want to
participate. Do we want to be
part of a system that trains
people to kill for peace. Do we
want to be part of a system that
seriously discusses overkill. Do
we want to aid in perpetuating a
system which reasons in a

Fire Up A 'J Jason
MR. EDITOR:
I came across a column by Jason Straight about smoking grass (Fla.
Alligator Sept. 24 p. 9) in a letter a student from UF mailed to me. It
striked me as a big joke for the simple reason that since when does a
person smoke a joint for the sake of social acceptance? I know a lot of
people who do smoke dbpe(marijuana) and alot who don't. The dos
and the donts depend on the person and whether he or she digs it or
not. Social acceptance should not interfere with ones activities
whether it comes to toting on a number or guzzling on a bottle of gin.
If a girl is going to have a number passes to her she might as well
try it to see if she likes it or not. If not, fine, and if so, great! She has
probably answered a big question that has been on her mind for a long
time. Now she knows and now she can make a choice. Whos business
is it what anyone thinks of that choice?
It is articles like yours that distort the real scene. Come on Jason
fire up a J! JANIS GRIFFIN
San Diego, Calif.

Wednesday. Octobar 2. 1968, The Florida Alligator,

iy Richard Thompson)

war until there's an end to man.
If he doesnt get you, youre liable to fall thru
CATS RADLE into ICE-NINE, waiting for you
these many years. Ask Jonas and Newt and
Bokonon or Dr. Hoenikker, they all had marvelous
results with it. Cures every disease known to man.
Even cures man. Cures everything. Yes, Virginia,
there is a panacea. See the cat? See the ciadte?
ANIMAL FARM would, love your company.
There some are more equal than others. Get it?
Well, you're the other guy. Nothing personal meant.
You will fully know Animal Farm odors before
sunset comes.
Should all of these fail, and god and man know
they shouldn't, CATCH-22 is waiting for you. If
you listen you will hear it. Its out there.
That madness that reduces an individual to
calmly, rationally, selectively, premeditatingly
selecting his own method of dying. Or killing.
Catch-22 will turn you insideout to protect your
epidermis from injury."
It will lobotomize you to stop your headaches. It
will teach you that you are nothing of importance
in this world, then tell you you are indispensible;
then command you to die, then retrieve you at the
last moment so you can clean latrines.
You see, many are called to die for their country
but few are chosen to clean latrines. At least thats
how theyll phrase it. A week later theyll reactivate
frontline orders. In the end you die.
Once you understand the beauty of Catch-22,
you may be lured into its web forever. Yossarian
fled.
Jump 1

: By Gerald Spizia

thermo nuclear age that security
can be found in the difference
between the amount of bombs
theyve got and the amount of
bombs weve got.
The poverty of his argument
in favor of ROTC shows clearly
in the assumption that young
people are sheepishly accepting
the control of their lives by
martini-drinking elderly
gentlemen in the Pentagon.
Many young people are not only
rejecting ROTC, compulsory or
voluntary but the whole odious
madness of military control of
our lives. All of us are going
down the tubes with the good
professor of international crime
and legitimatized people are
refusing to follow a multitude to
do evil.
The times they are
achanging, herr professor
doktor colonel.

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FOR SALE |
Girls- Free color catalog showing over
500 styles of 14kt Gold Pierced
earrings, 25% to 50% below retail.
Send 25 cents for postage and
handling to OIMAR, Kendall P.O.
Box 531, Miami Fla. (A stp)
250 cc Honda Scrambler, one owner,
sunburst gold, completely stock. In
mint condition, motor just broken in,
$475. Call 3783724 after 5.
(A 5t 4p)
Air Conditioner, G.E., 1 yr. old,
8,500 BTU. Great for small living
room or large bedroom, $165. Call
Bill at 3789577 or come to 710 SW
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FRIGIDAIRE AIR CONDITIONER,
(the best model), 15,000 BTU,
approx. 1 yr. old, excellent
condition. $l6O. Call 3763211,
Ext. 5706, after 5 p.m. 3723956.
(A 3t 6 p)
Attractive 10 x 46 1962 trailer, Air
Cond., utility room, awning, choice
site, $2595. Available now.
378 7012 or 376 6982.
(A3t 6 p)
GUNS GUNS GUNS Inventory
over 450 Buy Sell Trade Repair.
Reloading Supplies, Custom
Reloading HARRY BECKWITH,
GUN DEALER, MICANOPY,
466-3340. (A-l-ts-p)
Suzuki X 6 Hustler 250 cc 1967 low
mileage, excellent condition. Call
372-9358. Ask for Dave rm 200.
(A-3t-8-p)
1961 Honda 305 Dream engine
rebuilt very reliable, fast, helmet
included S2OO Call Ray at 378-4737
from 7-12 pm or Phi Delta Theta
House. (A-st-8-p)
FREE KITTENS for good homes.
Call Rick, 378-6994, after 8:30 pm,
or Cheryl, 378-5584. (A-2t-8-p)
Motorcycle Sears 50 excellent
condition hardly used best offer call
376-9217, 378-7358 ask for Vic.
(A-st-8-p)
Brand new reel type stereo tape deck,
all solid state, four weeks old retail
$l4O. sac.-need cash. Only SIOO. Call
Steve 376-4152 after 5. (A-3t-8-p)
1967 Solex motorbike excellent
condition with 1969 tag $125 or best
offer see at 202 N W 21 Terr, after
spm 378-3823. (A-st-8-p)
1965 Honda Sport 50, Helrnet, Cover
tool kit, Handbook. 372-8157 Paul
Ross, After 6 pm $125.00. (A-st-5-p)
Guitar for sale. S6O new, will sell for
SSO. Less than a month old.
376-0362. (A-4t-8-p)
Mexican artifacts old and new. Day
by appo, 376-8198, Evenings after 6:
00-1230 NW 36rd. Honda 50 just overhauled, all extras,
$135. also new $l5O am-fm stereo
radio tape recorder (tape records off
radio) sllO. leaving UF 376-9378
Chuck. (A-3t-8-p)
Honda 50. 1966. Very good shape.
Automatic clutch. SIOO or best offer.
Call Lou Tally rm. 320 North Hall
376-9205 Leave message. (A-3t-4-p)
1962 Vespa 125, runs well, $l6O or
best offer Call Jerry at 378-4732.
(A-st-8-p)
1966 Honda s-50 Excellent
condition, new tire, new license,
helmet, tools, and manual. Call Frank
5:30-7:00 pm 376-0612 $135.00.
(A-3t-7-p)
Draper ies-Drap. mat. Swinging
curtain rods dress mat. Buttons
imported laces furs blankets kitchen
uten. clothes size 9-18 Gas heater
376-9698. (A-st-7-p)
1966 Honda S-90 Good condition
Only 3600 miles Call 376-0852 Or
Inquire at 966 S.W. 16th Ave.
(A-3t-7-p)
1965 Honda 590 low mileage fair
condition SIOO. Like new 12 gauge
Remington pump, will take best
offer. Call Dave Swords 372-9198.
(A-2t-7-p)
Honda Sports 50 1966 4-speed
Perfect Condition $l5O. Call
378-8688 After 5:30 p.m. (A-3t-7-p)
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LOFTY pile, free from soil is the
carpet cleaned with Blue Lustre.
Rent electric shampooer SI.OO.
Lowry Furniture Co. (A-lt-8-c)
Topcon Super D, f 1.4, finest 35mm
camera-choice of F. 8.1., Questar &
Navy. List price over $420, sale like
new only $195. Call 376-3578.
(A-3t-8-p)
Deleo Stereo Tape 8 Track.
Originally in new 68 car will sell for
$65. Phone 376-1631 Room no. 701.
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Suzuki 80 cc, 1965 excellent
condition $175 or best offer, Helmet
included call 378-3025. (A-lt-7-p)
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CYLINDER TOP DESK, tables, odd
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GIBSON FALCON AMPLIFIER
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Add, subtract, repeat, total, subtotal.
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cycle helmet & mask-$l 3; engineer
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at 3760917 or 3724021 for
reservations. (M2t4p)
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PERSONAL
> ;
Hey, kid! Happy 21st birthday!
Compatibility is our password. Please
remember to stay away from the
pond! I Love You!-me (J-lt-8-p)
CHESS EXHIBITION The 1968
North Fla. Chess champion will give
some pointers for beginners and
amateurs at Bpm and play
simultaneously against all who bring
chess sets at 8:30 pm Friday Reitz
Union rm 150 c free to all. (J-3t-8-p)
Technician class hams VHF Ham
Club being organized. Call Allan
Richardson at 372-9410. Life begins
at 50 MH. (J-2t-8-p)
CPV: Dreams can come true. I
believe again. Truth and happiness
are possible. Love, too. I miss you.
Love, GO. (J-lt-8-p)
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"Rosemary's Baby"
. "The Penthouse"
STARTS THURSDAY
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I, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, October 2, 1968

PERSONAL
Bruce: Am staying in North Dakota,
Box 155, Stanton, you helped much.
Thanks, Ginger (J-st-5-p)
Girl wanted to cook for four pleasant
people in exchange for good food
and good music peace 376-7402.
(J-3t-7-p)
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FOR RENT
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2 Bedroom-1 bath house for rent
livingroom-diningroom-kitchen livingroom-diningroom-kitchen-12x16
-12x16 livingroom-diningroom-kitchen-12x16 enclosed fla. room Sleeps 6
comfortably. Walking distance of
campus. $ 150/month Call 378-9813.
(B-st-6-p)
Modern 2-bedroom, carport, Air
Conditioned furnished Apt. Couple
or 2 graduate students only. Call
376-5828. (B-6t-8-p)
Apartment to sub-lease, apt. 151
Colonial Manor. Call 372-7111.
(B-st-7-p)
Furn upstair apt 2 BR, air cond wall
to wall carpet. Fum downstairs apt 2
BR air cond Call after 5:30
378-7845. (B-3-ts-C)
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FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for
new, one bedroom apt. on SE 4th
Ave. SSO a month. Call 3783184.
(C 3t 6 p)
2 COEDS to share large, 3-bedroom
home just off Univ. Ave. Rides no
problem. Own landlord. Call
3783789 after 5. Will return calls.
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WANTED
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Female Roomates
$25.00/mo./Derson. 125 N.W. 10 st.
Apt. 2 Charlene. (C-5t 5-p)
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED
for Apt. 28, Colonial Manor. Call
Jane 376-1571. (C-st6~P)
LOOKING for someone to drive tr 4
sportscar from New York to
Gainesville any time within next 2
weeks. All expenses paid. Call Rene
Lemarchand Ext. 2708 or 376-1363.
(C-3t-7-p)
Relatively mature male roommatefqr
Landmark Phase 2 Apt. $45 mo. with
all Landmark extras. Call Terry after
7 P.M. 378-0674. (C-3t-7-p)
Female to share 2br modern trailer
with senior girl. Private room 50 mo.
Andrews&Connell Mobileer lot 32.
378-5850 early evenings. (C-st-5-p)
Male roommate to share 2 bdr. apt.
with 2 others. SSO month University
Gardens 714 sw 16 st apt 309.
(C-3t-8-p)
BABYSIT IN OUR HOME Evenings
and FOOTBALL games, with a
charming 2 year old boy, CALL
372-7357. (C-2t-8-p)
Female roommate wanted to share
two bedroom Gatortown apt, Front
bldg. Call 378-9124. (C-4t-8-p)
Needed: Coed to cook dinner 6 days
a week for 5. Free meals. No dishes.
Call 372-5091. (C-3t-8-p)

FEATURING CHUCK WAGON STEAKS FROM 99c
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HELP WANTED f
| /,v t v,v," l i l t l vv** Secretary wanted for the period Oct
15-Nov 25 No experience necessary.
Apply in Student Publications office
or Seminole office. (E-ts-8-c)
Need fulltime and part time salesman
for mens retail store. Some
experience preferable Apply in
person at Silvermans 225 W Univ Ave
(E-3t-8-p)
Wanted meticulous cook to prepare
evening meals for 2 men in exchange
for that meal. Prefer coed with a car.
Call 372-7845 after 6pm. (E-2t-8-p)
WANTED: Student Journalist*
dedicated to accuracy and
objectivity. Gain valuable experience
with the nations top college daily
work at the center of campus
activity, pay availiable for
experienced and hard-working'
reporters and desk men. The Florida
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HELP WANTED |
Electrical engineer wanted for
part-time work to assist inventor on
electronic research work. Send
resume to P O Box 968, Alachua,
Fla. (E-14t-8-c)
Engineering student wanted for very
interesting part-time work. Send
resume to P O Box 13199,
Gainesville. (E-14t-8-c)
WANTED male subjects age 1825
for voice experiment. IF accepted
$6.00 for task. Call R. H. Colton,
3785738, 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. daily.
(E3t6 p)
Listeners Wanted Will pay $1.50 for
1 hour session. Must be native
English speaking and have normal
hearing Please caH Harriet Wilkerson,
ext. 2049. (El-Bt-c)
Nurses-University of Florida has full
time and part time positions open in
all clinical and research areas;
Licensed Practical nurses $4,300,
registered nurses $6,000. shift
differential and liberal fringe
benefits, equal opportunity
employer. Telephone 376-3261 ext
2102 for interview. (E-4t-7-c)
Part time workers needed on
afternoons Saturdays. 1.50 hr. Call Call-378-5979
-378-5979 Call-378-5979 between 7-9 pm only.
(E-2t-7-p)
WANTED Male or Female curb
attendant. Apply 2310 SW 13th St.
or 1505 NW 13th St. JERRYS.
(E-2-10t-c)
MALE:Various openings for carhop,
grill & cashier. Good pay Apply King
Food Host 1430 SW 13 or 1802 W
Univ Ave. (E-ts-5-c)
Female: Various openings for cashier,
& waitress duties. Day or evening.
Good pay. Apply Kings Food Host
1430 SW 13 or 1802 W Univ. Ave.
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AUTOS
TR3. Rebuilt engine, good tires.
Runs, but needs lots of work and
love. $65. 2014 NE 7 St. 378-5295
(G 5t 4p)
Volkswagen 1966 Fastback, SI2OO &
1959 Impala Convertible, $l5O.
Gerry Scott, 378-1138 after 6pm.
(G-2t-8-p)
Must sell 65 Corvair 4 dr. R&H SSO
down and take over payments Call
George 378-7889 after 6pm or see at
Colonial Manor apt 12. (G-3t-8-p)
1964 Oldsmobile Cutlass, good
condition, power steering, radio heat
bucket seats $750.00 Phone
372-7934. (G-6t-8-p)
VOLKSWAGEN BUS 1966. Clean,
new tires. Sound mechanically, good
family car. Spacious. SI4OO.
372 7925. Call anytime.
(G6t6p)
Rolls Royce styling and size.
Superbly maintained 1960 MK. IX
Jaguar. 4door, air cond. 400 miles
on new engine. Complete with bar.
376-0201. (Gst4p)
1964 Volvo 1800 S. 41,000 miles,
showroom condition. SIBSO. Call
3787441. (Gst4p)
1966 Mustang, 6cylinder, Radio,
heater, standard shift, new paint,
inspected, excellent condition, new
tires, $2,295. or best offer, 3/0050 >
stud. (G-st-5-p)
65 RAMBLER Wagon Classic 550
6cyl, std shift, radio, excellent
condition. SBOO Call 378-0620 after
6pm or anytime weekends. (G-3t-7-p)
1966 Buick Opel, sporty model,
radio, AC, stereo tape, very good
tires, yellow, must sell SI4BO call
between spm-7pm 378-4539.
(G-3t-7-p)
For sale 1965 Porsche 3565 C good
condition inside and out. Call
378-0696. (G-st-5-p)

To Alumni Job
C. Laue Boyd Jr., graduate
and former basketball player of
the UF, has been appointed field
secretary of the universitys
Alumni Association.
v The appointment, effective
immediately, was announced by
Executive Secretary William J.
Watson Jr.
A 1966 graduate of the
universitys College of
Journalism and Communica Communications,
tions, Communications, Boyd, 24, was on the
varsity basketball squad from
1962-64 and a member of Sigma
Alpha Epsilon social fraternity.
After graduation, the
Gainesville native worked as
publications representative with
the local district office of
Herff-Jones Co., a national firm
that deals with school rings and
yearbooks.
Watson said Boyds primary
responsibility will be to service
alumni clubs throughout Florida
in functions of fund raising,
scholarship programs and other
alumni-related activities.
FAA Cites
UF Courses
The UF has been recognized
as a pioneer in the expanding
curriculum of aviation,
aerospace and transportation.
This recognition is reported
by Robert F. ONeil, special
assistant iri aviation education
for the Transportation
Department of the Federal
Aviation Administration (FAA),
Washington, D.C.
As a result of the Universitys
efforts to increase the
availability of courses in these
areas, it is among 237
institutions listed in a new
compilation of Aviation and
Transportation Courses and
Majors Offered at Institutions of
Higher Learning, ONeil
announced Monday in a letter to
the university.
The UFs undergraduate,
graduate and doctoral programs
in* aeronautical engineering,
aerospace engineering and
astrophysics are noted in tire
forthcoming publication which
will be sent on request to
students and educators.

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WHATS
HAPPENING

By DAVID CHAFIN
Alligator Staff Writer
IN GOT A MATCH, PARDNER?: Meanwhile back at the ranch,
the Block and Bridle Club will hold an introductory smoker in
McCarty Auditorium tonight at 7. This club is for any students
interested in Animal Science.
Refreshments will be served.
AND SPEAKING OF RANCHES: Circle K service club holds a
round-up in room 150 D of the Reitz Union tonight at 6:30.
IN MORE FROM UF MINORITY GROUPS: UF Freshman ROTC
cadets will have their first-of-the-year orientations today. Army ROTC
Freshmen begin their orientation in McCarty Hall at 2:30 p.m., with
Air Force cadets occupying the Union Auditorium at the same time.
AND SPEAKING OF THE MILITARY: The UF Veterans Club
gathers in room C-4 of the Union at 7:30 tonight.
IN DURING YOUR CAREER HERE, THERE ARE SEVERAL
IMPORTANT THINGS YOU SHOULD REMEMBER SUCH AS
EVERY SENTENCE MUST HAVE A NOWN AND VERB: The
College of English has orientation in the Union Ballroom at 7:15
tonight.
IN THE BOARD WALKERS: Florida Players has a meeting in the
Cbnstans Theater tonight at 6. All interested are invited.
IN LAST CHANCES TO BE A GATOR ( OR ANYTHING ELSE,
FOR THAT MATTER) GIGGER: The Beginning Fencing Class points
out that its meeting in the Rec Room of the Florida Gym at 7:15
tonight will be the last opportunity to those who wish to join the class
to do so.
IN THOSE WHO GEORGE MAKES JITTERY: The Young
Republicans comes together in the Union Auditorium at 8 tonight.-
IN HAVING A LIMESTONE LOVE-IN: The Florida Speleological
Society meets in room 355 of the union tonight at.7.
IN UFS FSPEAK-EASY: Conversational Spanish will be conversed
in room 150 Bof the Union today at 12 noon.
IN BLUE KEYS BEAUTIES: The Homecoming Sweetheart
Committee meets in room 118 of the Union tonight at 7:30.
AND SPEAKING OF BEAUTIES: Panhellenic. Council steps into
rooms 347,349, 361,362, and 363 of the Union tonight at 8.
IN G REEK-LETTER GOINGS-ON: Alpha Kappa Psi sits in room
357 of the Union at 7 tonight.
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Page 12

£, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, October 2,1968

HHH Wont Elaborate
On Bombing Halt Position

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UPI)
Vice President Hubert H.
Humphrey refused today to be
drawn out further on his
halt-the-bombing statement, and
stressed that his remarks at Salt
Lake City reflected strictly his
position, not that of the
Johnson administration.
Humphrey, campaigning in
the Nashville area, appeared in a
news interview show where he
was asked whether the position
he stated in Salt Lake City
represented any significant
change and how his new position
related to the administration.
Humphrey said first that he
wrote most of his Salt Lake City
speech himself, word for
word.
Asked whether his statement
Cloture Move
Defeated
By Senate
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Senate refused today to end a
filibuster against considering the
nomination of Abe Fortas to be
chief justice. It was a stinging
election year rebuke to President
Johnson.
Fortas name will remain on
the Senates nomination
calendar, unless withdrawn by
Johnson, or until a two-thirds
majority can be mustered to
stop the talkathon against the
nominee. This appeared
unlikely.
Defeat of a move to invoke
cloture the debate-halting
device came at the hands of a
coalition of Republicans and
conservative Southern
Democrats.
The vote came after four days
and one hour of generally
lackadaisical arguments.
Republicans and Southern
Democrats zeroed in most
pointedly on the charge that
Fortas committed an
impropriety by accepting a
$15,000 fee for a series of law
school lectures.

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meant that if elected he would
stop the bombing without any
previous guarantee, the vice
president said I have made my
statement. He refused flatly to
say more on the subject.
. Humphrey had pledged, if
elected, to halt the bombing of
North Vietnam, contingent on
Hanois willingness to restore the
Demilitarized Zone.
Richard M. Nixon said today
that Hubert H. Humphreys
expressed willingness to stop the
bombing in North Vietnam
encourages Hanoi to take a
harder stand in the Paris
negotiations.
The Republican presidential
candidate told a news
conference, I have said before
and I say again that we can have
only one President at a time.
Negotiations are going on in
Paris. We may have some success
with them.
Neither presidential
candidate, Nixon said, should

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indicate to North Vietnam it
could get a better deal from a
new administration than that
being offered by the negotiators
of the Johnson administration.
Nixon called on Humphrey to
clarify the stand he took in a
speech at Salt Lake City Monday
night. He called it the fourth or
fifth position his Democratic
opponent has taken on the
bombing.
Nixon also said Monday night
that he did not see any
possibility of specific laws that
could be used to curb campus
and street disorders. He chided
the Johnson administration for
not using an existing antiriot
law.
Meanwhile George C. Wallace
rode down Chicagos crowded
State Street through cheers,
occasional boos and a shower of
confetti Monday and then
carried his drive for the blue
collar vote into the all-white
suburb of Cicero.
It was a kickoff of a
weeklong courtship of the
industrial North by the third
party presidential candidate.
Wallace promised that he would
select a vice presidential running
mate by the end of the week.
M.D.s Awarded
The College of Pharmacy
awarded four Masters Degrees in
the 66-67 school year.

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PHYSICAL FITNESS POPULAP

Bulging Battle Continues

By JEANNE MAHUFFEY
Alligator Correspondent
Flabbiness is the little rolls
you get when you drink too
much, eat alot or do alot of
sitting.
Professors at the University
of Florida need to keep in shape
in order to maintain their cool
with their students, so how do
they do it?
For that matter how do the
graduate students and just plain
students keep fit after they have
completed their Physical
Education courses?
Professors in the College of
Physical Education and Health
natually keep fit by teaching
classes. About 90 per cent of the
faculty in the Physical
Education program are
physically fit through the
practice of various exercises and
sports.
D. K. Stanley, dean of the
College of Physical Education

Popular Rock Music
Mixes The Unusual

And the beat goes on!
The strange world of popular
music has taken yet another
twist and students this fall are
soaking up the new sounds of
rock music.
According to Bob Dennis,
Program Director of radio
station WUWU, the new trend is
toward the former
underground music which has
recently surfaced in the
commercial vein.
Underground music is
exactly what it says, music
played by unknown groups on
unknown radio stations or in
unknown places. Real
underground groups never
make it commerically but there
is a search on now for these new
and unusual groups.
Dennis, a UF student himself,
stated although the underground
movement was in, the most
popular bands on campus would
be the ones playing music the
students cound dance to.
The big thing now is
freaking out and blowing your
mind.
Jack Shaw, music director for
WGGG, and Judy C. Lee,

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and Health is in his early 60s
but still follows a rigorous
exercise program. He also shoots
a creditable game of golf three
times a week. Prof. B. K. Stevens
also of the Physical Education
Department keeps fit by doing
push-ups, fishing and working in
his yard.
Many of the faculty members
play tennis, swim, or run each
week-end. One of the more,
popular sports among the
faculty members and graduate
students is jogging.
Head Track Coach, James
Carnes reported that there were
approximately 20 to 30 faculty
members and students jogging
each day at different times. Dr.
Darell McCloud, prof, and
chairman of the Department of
Agronomy ran 1,000 miles last
year.
Cames, who works out with
weights every afternoon and on
occasions runs at lunch said, It

employee oi a local music store
said the most popular recording
groups are the Iron Butterfly,
Jimi Hendrix, The Cream,
Jefferson Airplane,
Steppenwolfe, Big Brother,
Holding Company, and the
Vanilla Fudge.
The great popularity of
these groups stem from their
ability to combine psychedelic,
soul, rhythm and blues, and jazz
into one form of music. Some
have labeled this music electric
blues and psyche-soul.
According to Miss Lee, the
groups that are making it big are
the ones finding different and
unusual sounds.
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has been proven that running is
the best exercise for a person.
He also indicated that the
majority of the faculty members
were not physically fit and
needed to do some sort of
exercise every day.
Although golf is rather
popular among the faculty it is
ranked as one of the lowest
sports in physical fitness
according to Kenneth H.
Cooper, author of Aerobics.
Students were more
enthusiastic about keeping the
fat down and the muscle and
figure up. Not because they had
more time than the
Profs... .Never! But just because
that happens to be their special
bag! Out of a poll of 116 boys,
swimming led the way with 16,
tennis and handball were second
in popularity with 14 apiece,
while weight lifting and running
were third on the totem pole
with 12 each. Ten boys
decidedly preferred golfing to
any of the other more strenuous
sports. Other sports that werent
quite so .popular were: baseball,
basketball, water skiing, and
judo.
Frorn a survey of 40 girls,
swimming and regular exercising
were the most popular with 7
each. Tennis and the good old
starvation diet came in second
with 5 apiece and dancing and
horseback riding came in third
with 4 each. Other tactics that
were employed by sharp girls
who wanted to keep in shape
were: isometrics, water skiing,
surfing and yoga lessons.

Before the Game Buffet
The Arredondo Room
fourth floor J. Wayne Reitz Union
io;30 til r. 30
Roast Steamship Round of Beef, au jus Arroz con Polio
Peas a la bonne femme Garden Salad, variety of dressings
Buttered American Corn Fruited Gelatin Salad
Beets a I'orange Vegetable Gelatin Salad
Potatoes au gratin
Hard Rolls and Butter
Coffee Tea
Assorted Desserts
featuring RUSSELL BUSH at the organ
WITHIN EASY WALKING DISTANCE OF THE GAME

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ft organizations that all news concerning any organization, is ft
eligible for space on our pages. £
% Greek news will be published on Tuesdays, but so far the ft
% response has been negative. We remind all groups there isnt $
| room for lists of new members of pledges. ft
Society news will be published pending submission of
material.
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The Broken Jaw Affair

By JOHN PARKER
Alligator Campus Life Editor
John Harris was not exactly a
mountain of a man.
As a matter of fact, at 5 ft. 2
in. and 135 lbs. he had trouble
performing such tasks as
operating the kick-stand on his
bicycle or closing the rings on
his loose leaf notebook.
To make matters worse, he
claimed he owed his tremendous
physique to Super Wate-On
tablets and a crash weight-lifting
program.
That is what makes the whole
thing so unbelievable. The Saga
of John Harris has. been a
closely-guarded secret for almost
a year, but now that he has
transferred, his story can be
told.
Harris used to tell all of his
friends that he wanted to be an
FBI agent. As a matter of fact,
this oft-expressed goal was close
to the only form of
entertainment enjoyed by his
close circle of friends during his
bleak freshman days. Many was
the time when Harris bore the
brunt of raucous laughter for
fingerprinting his roommates
while they slept or placing hair
brush bristles under his dresser
drawers.
They were still laughing one
fine autumn day last year when
someone crept stealthily into the
Curfew Fun
Now In Past
By BECKY DOBBIN
Alligator Feature Writer
The drama inherent in
making curfew on time is gone
for most of the UF girls, and the
legends of adventurous coeds
who sucessfully broke curfew
will lose their luster.
The most exciting tale of
daring-do to come out of this
young school year concerns an
unfortunate freshman who
slipped in seconds after her
11:00 p.m. curfew. The
president advisor had tried to
lock the door with the wrong
key and while fumbling for the
correct one the errant fresh got
in.
The R.A.s, night clerks and
counselors on campus seem to
favor the new curfew rulings.
Donna Shek, a Broward R.A
said: The kids are really making
it work well, and Im very
pleased with their response.
Although its quite early in
the year no problems have been
encountered arid none are
anticipated for even the big
party week-ends. Girls seem to
be coming home about the
same time as their former
curfews, yet there is still the
thrill of being out after curfew.
Groups of sophomore girls have
been observed leaving the dorms
for walks as the freshmen
reported in.
The revised system seems to
be hardest on the R.A.s on call
who now have to keep the eyes
open until 2:00 a.m. waiting for
the youngest coeds. One night
clerk recalled, perhaps wistfully,
the old days of curfew and
adventure as he described his job
this year as awful borin ,

IT HAPPENED AT MURPHREE

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outer section of Harris
Murphree dorm room to partake
of the contents of his wallet.
Harris, who was studying in
the other room, claims that it
was his natural instinct for
sensing crime that caused him to
look up and spot the culprit in
the mirror.
Creeping quietly behind the
would-be thief, Harris twirled
him around and dealt a mighty
blow to the jaw.
It must have been the
leverage or something, said the
confused pugilist later, but that
guys jaw was shattered! I mean
it. Broken into little pieces.
He then gazed wondoursly at
his tiny balled-up fist.
At the time of the incident,
as even Harris will admit, his
G-man cool failed him. He never
rendered anyone helpless before.
He had never rendered anyone
anything before. And here was
his foe dazed and conquered,
not knowing what to do next.
He soon realized that certain
responsibilities go along with
being a wielder of instant death.
Half dragging, half carrying
his stunned victim, Harris made
it to the front door of the
infirmary. What Herculese didnt
know was that the hallowed
doors of the infirmary closed
each day at 5:30 p.m. sharp.
Harris peered through the
glass door. The only one inside
was the janitor who was busily
sweeping. Harris pounded on the
door.
The janitor looked up and
then quickly away, thinking that
if he didn't look directly at
Harris, he would go away.
Look, I got a guy out heres
dying, screamed Harris.
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He was informed in a very
conde >cending manner that the
infirmary closed at 5:30 p.m.
and to please come back later.
After a few minutes of
pleading, attempted bribery and
thinly veiled threats, the janitor
was convinced that Harris
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scooters, they told Harris that
no one would believe his story
and that unless he wanted to
prefer charges, they would list
cause of accident as a
fall Since the doctors insisted
a jaw could not be mutilated to
that extent with anything
smaller than a railroad tie, Harris
agreed. Besides, justice had
already been wroujjit at his own
sinewy hands.
Harris is now at FSU studying
how to overthrow the forces of
evil.
I think well have to chalk
the whole thing up, summed up
his bemused roommate, to one
of the most unusual flows of
adrenalin in medical history.
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In 1960 there were three
times as many males as females.
Girls were outnumbered 3,546
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when trips to FSU were quite
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Two of my friends at UF have very outgoing
personalities.
They are both quick-witted and capable of
keeping me entertained all evening.
They are not what you would call quiet
individuals.
One of them is my fraternity ( brother, Maurice
Joseph. The other is an All-American for the Gators,
Steve Tannen.
There is a popular misconception that football
players, especially great ones, cant be like anyone
else.
Jimmy Mann, sports writer for the St. Petersburg
Times, thinks that Ron Sellers outclassed Tannen
Saturday. His reasoning is based on many ifs.
Im not going to pass judgment on Sellers. But in
his column Monday, Mann referred to a play in the
first period when Gary Pajcic threw a pass to Sellers
that was just a little long.
Mann contended that if the pass had been shorter
Sellers would have caught it. Mann overlooked the
possibility that Steve might have intercepted that
pass if it had been shorter.
Mann wrote that Steve failed in his forecast, but
Steve didnt forecast anything.
What Steve said before the game was:
Id like to get a chance to coyer Sellers. Last
year he didnt come into my zone, but I hope he
does this year.
Steve isnt shy, on or off the field and there is
nothing he enjoys more than a good match, whether
it be of wits or football skill.

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... a crucial pass to Ron Sellers
TANNEN BEGINS
... 64 yard run against Air Force

Do Your Own Thing

By MARC DUNN
Alligator Assistant Sports Editor

Mann also reported that Sellers said, Tannen has
a loud mouth and thinks he is better than he is.
Thats okay. I can remember a couple years back
when Steve Spurrier was chastised by the press for
making derogatory comments after a Miami football
game.
Sellers is a fine pass receiver. I dont know him
personally. But I do know that based on what
happened on Saturday and disregarding the ifs,
Steve Tannen came out on top.
The singularity of Manns opinion was further
confirmed today when UPI named Tannen
Defensive Player of the Week in the Southeastern
Conference.
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It is refreshing to have a football player who isnt
afraid to talk and who has something to say.
Colorful athletes seem to be disappearing and
when a Steve Tannen comes along he shouldnt be
rebuked for being himself or doing his own thing.
On the several occasions Ive been with Steve his
jokes may have been funny only 50 per cent of the
time, but hes kept me laughing all night.
Steve does have a serious side, in fact he
maintained a 2.9 average in pre-med his first two
years. Steves confidence should not be knocked.
After all, a good football player has to be sure of
himself.
As Steve puts it:
Hell, I was cocky before I started playing
football.
Im grateful that Ive friends like Steve and
Maurice.

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UPI Names Tannen SEC
Top Defensive Player

By DAVID M. MOFFIT
UPI Sports Writer
ATLANTA (UPI)
Cornerback Steve Tannen of
Florida was given a tough
assignment Saturday: play Ron
Sellers, Florida States great
receiver, man for man.
The result Tannen limited
Sellers to six short catches for a
total of only 50 yards and was
largely instrumental in the
Gators beating the Seminoles
9-3.
For that performance,
Tannen Tuesday was named
Southeastern Conference
defense player of the week by
United Press International.
Sophomore quarterback Mike
Cavan of Georgia was named
SEC offense player of the week
by UPI for leading the Bulldogs
to a 31-13 victory over Clemson.
Sellers, one of the nations
leading candidates for
All-American, said no one ever
covered him better than Tannen,
a 6-foot-2, 194-pound junior
from Miami.
When you talk about our
defense, said Florida Coach
Ray Graves after the
Florida-Florida State game,
start with Tannen making three
or four great saves.
Steve showed hes one of
the finest defensive backs in the
country, Graves added.
Tannen said the reason Sellers
caught those short passes was
that most of the time we
played a zone and he got some
short yardage on hook-ins.
Runnerup this week for SEC

Wednesday, October 2,1968, The Florida Alligator,

defense player was safetyman
Donnie Sutton of Alabama who
recovered a fumble and
intercepted a pass, both in the
final period, to preserve the
Crimson Tides 17-14 victory
over Southern Mississippi.
Also nominated were
Alabama linebacker Mike Hall,
winner of last weeks defense
citation, and sophomore
linebacker Dave Roller of
Kentucky who was outstanding
in a 30-14 loss to Ole Miss.
Cavan completed 14 of 26
passes for 225 yards and two
touchdowns, ran i another
touchdown and set up a fourth
to show that the Bulldogs now
have their best quarterback since
Fran Tarkenton.
Others nominated for SEC
offense player were sophomore
quarterback Archie Manning of
Mississippi, last weeks winner;
tailback Richmond Flowers of,
Tennessee; sophomorej
quarterback John Miller of
Vanderbilt; fullback Larry Smith
of Florida; sophomore
quarterback Scott Hunter of
Alabama; and halfback Frank
Matte of Louisiana State.
Contributions
To Enrollment
Os a total enrollment of
18,578 students in 1967 at the
university, 17,050 were Florida
residents. The state that was
represented with the second
highest number of students was
New York, and third highest was
Georgia.

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Offensive Changes Made
For Mississippi Game

By NEAL SANDERS
Alligator Sports Editor
Saturday, UFs offense will
bear little resemblance to the
one which beat Air Force and
Florida State.
It is designed to bring UFs
passing attack back from the
grave, and if it succeeds, the
Gators will finally be in a
position to shoot for several
All-American honors and an
unbeaten season.
To date, two men, Larry
Smith and Tom Christian, have
carried the brunt of the Florida
offense.
The plan of UFs coaches is
to re-adjust the quarterback,
flanker and end positions to
offer a variety of offensive
patterns.
The moving up of Jackie
Eckdahl to the No. 1 quarterback
spot for the Mississippi State
game will give the talented lefty
the incentive to prove whether

Dorsey Chosen As
Best SEC Lineman

Floridas Fightin Gators hit
it big this week with both major
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Gator guard Bill Dorsey was
named lineman of the week by
AP Tuesday while teammate
Steve Tannen was tapped
defensive player of the week by
UPI. Both were SEC selections.
Monday night Florida was
ranked fourth by AP and 10th
by UPI.
Gator Head Coach Ray
Graves admitted Tuesday that he
has taken notice of the polls.
They ranked us, Graves
said, Now weve got to go out
and prove it.
Don Gramling, labeled an
outstanding player in both the
Air Force and Florida State
game, has earned the starting
slot as flanker after a review of
game films.
Gramling impressed us as a
good clutch receiver in fall
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he can stay in that spot for the
rest of the season.
Eckdahl will be backed up by
Larry Rentz. Coaches
investigated the possibility of
moving Rentz back to the
flanker spot he started at last
year, but decided to keep him in
along with Eckdahl. One man
will have to prove he is the
superior quarterback to the
other. Despite the move, Rentz
and Eckdahl are expected to see
an equal amount of action in
this weekends game.
Part of the passing problem
has been a lack of protection for
the quarterback. That
responsibility lies with the
offensive line, and as part of the
reorganization, several new faces
will appear up front this
weekend.
Wayne Griffith moves up to
the number one right tackle spot
replacing Jim Kiley. Kiley will
move over to left tackle behind
Skip Amelung.
Britt Skirvanek is considered

conditions to see his potential.
Now, I wish we had seen him
earlier.
Jim Kiley has found himself
back on the secondary, backing
up Skip Amelung. He went to
the starting right tackle position
last week after an injury to
Terry Morris.
Kiley is a good player,
Graves said, but he is a
sophomore and he needs some
more work before he steps up
into the starting lineup on a
permanent basis.
A player who may finally
have had his future decided for
him is Jerry Vinesett. The
sophomore star from Savannah,
Ga., is expected to remain at
tailback, second to Larry Smith.
I know Jerry is a good
runner, and the problem ha's
been that he hasnt seen enough
action for such a good player,
Graves said. The coaches talked
about moving him to a running
position that didnt have

a doubtful starter *for this
weekend, and Paul Hughes is
prepared to move up to that
spot. However, this is only an
injury replacement, not a
deliberate change.
Guy McTheny will move in at
split end, and Don Gramling to
flanker. Backing up this pair will
be Paul Maliska at end and Gene
Peek at flanker.
Will these changes be
sufficient? That will be decided
in the next several games.
Mississippi State is traditionally
a doormat for the SEC, and
shows no signs of improving this
year.
However, in the near future is
Auburn, and UFs severest test
offensively. Auburn traditionally
is among the best in defense, and
1968 has proven no exception.
Should Rentz and Eckdahl
find their new receivers
consistently, it will assure that
UF has solved their offense
dilemma.
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someone like Larry Smith
already filling it. I think this
solution is the best one.
We cant, and dont want to
keep Smith in for the full game,
and Vinesett can be just as
potent a threat as Smith if he
gets some running room. By
alternating the two more often,
we can take the pressure off
Smith, and still keep the
pressure on the opposing
defense. t----

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