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UF Democratic Leaders
Pledge Support To HHH

By CAROL SANGER
Alligator Staff Writer
Leaders of UFs Humphrey, McCarthy and
Kennedy groups drafted a resolution endorsing
Vice-President Hubert H. Humphrey for the
presidency.
The resolution encourages the various groups to
put aside memories of the fracturing primary battles
and the violence of Chicago and work for a
common future.
We must have leadership now ... leadership by
men who can unite this country, not in fear and
passion but in hope and purpose, the resolution
stated.
That is why we, the leaders of the above groups,
have come together for this cause, it added.
The unity plea was directed at former members
of groups active on campus in the spring primaries.
While the resolution has the endorsement of one
Florida Students for Kennedy co-chairman, Mark
Fowler, the other chairman, Howell Ferguson,
refused to endorse it.
Ferguson has been connected with the Florida
New Party movement.

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OUT OF THE MUD

1 don't know anything about a resolution to
endorse Humphrey, Ferguson said. He declined to
support the unity plea.
"Nobody can speak for the Kennedy
orgainzation because there is none anymore,
Ferguson said.
Fowler explained his endorsement as something
Robert Kennedy would have wanted us to do.
He wouldnt have wanted us to stay out of it,
Fowler said.
Neither Fowler's or Fergusons names appeared
on the signed resolution, however. The name of the
Kennedy group leader, Richard Stanley, who had
signed the endorsement was not immediately
recognized by either Fowler or Ferguson.
President of the UF Young Democrats, Elliot
Fassy, later requested the name of Stanley be
removed from the endorsement.
Stanley had not been an official in the Kennedy
organization.
Other leaders signing the resolution included:
Skip Livingston, UF McCarthy leader; Mark Farber,
UF Humphrey leader, and Clyde Taylor, UF
Student Body President.

The
Florida Alligator

VoL 61, No. 23

Reitz Union Managers
Squash Charter Bid

By SIDNEY FRASCA
Alligator Staff Writer
The growing controversy
between Student Government
and the Reitz Union Board of
Managers bubbled to the surface
again Tuesday when the board
voted to withdraw a proposed
charter revision from SG
consideration.
In a move questioning the
right of the Student Senate to
amend a charter without the
organization's knowledge and
approval, the board withdrew
the charter until committees of
the two groups could meet to
discuss amendments proposed at
the Oct. 15 senate meeting.
Jack Vaughn, newly elected
senator sitting in for board
member Bob Buck, voiced the
only dissenting vote to the
motion.
Student Body Vice President
Gary Goodrich reacted quickly

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to the action, contending that
the Board of Managers cannot
withdraw the charter now.
Roger Brown, current
president of the Union Board of
Student Activities, said since the
Board of Managers charter had
been withdrawn, the charter
revision now under
consideration constitutes a
senate written charter.
Brown, who made the motion
to withdraw the charter, said the
senate should not have the
authority to amend a charter
without going over the
amendments with the
organization affected.
We have to work under the
charter, he said, and we
should have some say as to what
we will be working under.
Brown was more concerned
with the principle than with
actual amendments and said the
motion involves the question of
who writes the charter the
senate or the organization.
I think the Student Senate is
going in saying they can
change a charter at their will,
he said.
In a letter written to the
Student Senate, the board of
managers said the charter
submitted had been written in
coordination with SG
representatives.
Union Director Bill Rion said
the amendments were
upsetting because in the
summer sessions of revising the
charter the board had arrived at
what they thought the senate
wanted.
Goodrich replied that there
had been considerable discussion
about different provisions of the
revised charter, and some
changes had been made without
the knowledge and approval of
student government.
One of the senate
amendments called for the
election of four union board
officials, where the submitted
charter revision called for the
election of only three.
(SEE 'UNION' PAGE 2)

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Possession of a locked canvas
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Jeffry Julian Arnold, 20, and
Bruce Robert Harrison, 19, were
arrested on warrants charging
them with possession of
marijuana.
The students were arraigned
Tuesday afternoon. Bond was
set for each at SI,OOO. The
students are being held in the
county jail and no trial date has
been set.
Campus police, in
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police, were initially conducting
the search to locate articles
stolen during recent thefts in the
S.W. 16th Avenue area.
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!, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, October 23,1968

Medical Use Os Whiskey Declining

By SYDNEY FRASCA
Alligator Staff Writer
Thinking of whisky as the
water of life is comparable to
considering Tom Collins the
father of medicine.
But the term whisky is indeed
derived from a Gaelic word
meaning the water of life, and in
the past was held to be the
remedy for practically all
diseases.
Today, however, the social
value of whisky is so great that
spiritus frumenti, as whisky is
clinically referred to, has fallen
t>y the wayside as medication,
said Dr. Robert Lantos, director
of Pharmaceutical Services at the

Senate Meeting
Over Quickly
Student elections were canvassed at Tuesday nights Student
;j Senate meeting and a special emergency meeting was called for
;| Thursday night at 7 p.m.
Mitchell Aronson, director of student elections of the Honor
;! Court, was present to answer questions about election
proceedings and the alleged violations published in the Alligator.
Aronson blamed the Alligator for the violations and lack of
I student voting participation.
i The problems bear back to the lack of Alligator coverage,
| Aronson said.
To insure coverage Student Government should pay for ads,
just like anyone else, Gary Goodrich, SG vice president and
president of the senate said.
Goodrich ended the half-hour meeting with a complimentary
l speech to the retiring senators saying they had left a most
impressive record behind.
I Union Board
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A scheduled Union Board for Student Activities meeting
| failed to materialize Tuesday when only five of its members
: reported to it.
The meeting was to have been the boards first meeting since
: last Thursdays election, in which the four top officers were
: popularly elected for the first time.
Attending the ill-fated meeting were Roger Brown, current
| president of the union board; Robert Dawson, program director;
: and three committee chairmen.

Union Board Protests SG

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In the student election Oct.
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Commitment party were elected
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three seats were authorized by
the charter.
The validity of that election
is being contested in a suit
Brown has before the Honor
Court.
The election of the union

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J. Hillis Miller Health Center.
Lantos explained that
physicians prescribe alcohol only
for in-patients since package
stores readily sell alcoholic
beverages without a prescription.
Lantos indicated the use of
alcohol even for in-patient
treatment has greatly reduced in
recent years, and said an average
of four or five patients at the
Health Center are prescribed
ethyl-alcohol in the course of
one month.
Whisky is sometimes
prescribed after surgery as a
nutrative because of its caloric
content, and also to stimulate
appetite.
This use of alcohol is

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a law passed May 30, 1968, and
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unconstitutional.
Vice President of Student
Affairs Lester Hale said at the
board of managers meeting that
the Student Senate had failed to
follow their own constitution in
the passage of bills.
The constitution provides for
the review of all bills by the
president of the university
before it is enacted into law.

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representative of our culture in
the custom of having a cocktail
before dinner, Lantos said.
Dr. Wilmer J. Coggins,
director of the Student
Infirmary, said the most
reccurent prescriptions for
liquor to stimulate the
appetite would be to older
patients.
Doctors at the infirmary,
which seldom treats elderly
people, never prescribe

Gov. Kirk In Gainesville
To Aid Local Officials

Gov. Claude Kirk and his
Little Cabinet are in
Gainesville today.
Kirk and his aides will meet
with local government officials
at 9 a.m. on the fourth floor,
Gainesville City Hall.
Kirk will also be at the UFs
Reitz Union at 12 pm.
Thursday to lunch with editors
of the Gainesville Sun.
This is the sixth of a series
of meetings held throughout
Florida, said James C. Wold,
Kirks press secretary.
The purpose of this meeting
is to bring together people who
have control over various state
agencies, to a specific locality, so
that municipal offices in that
area can get a better idea of
what their state officers
responsibilities are.
The Little Cabinet is
composed of: The Office of
Economic Opportunity, State
Beverage Department, State
Road Department, Hotel and
Restuarant Commission, Racing

Therefore the bill is not a
legal bill because it never got to
the president, Hale said.
Goodrich said the policy of
submitting bills to the president
was not started until the middle
of'the summer, and therefore
did not affect the bill calling for
the election of union board
officers.

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alcoholic beverages to patients,
Coggins said.
Spiritus frumenti is also
used occasionally as a sedative,
and some persons with high
blood pressure have a shot
before dinner.
He said even though alcohol
does act as a depressant or
hypnotic, many people believe it
is a stimulant since it causes
people to let loose.

Commission, Florida Industrial
Commission, Florida
Development Commission, Nat
Reed, special aide to the Gov.;
and Dan Delang, gubernatorial
education aide.
Wolf said, The meeting is
really an exchange program
where the governor, his aides,
local government officials and
the public at large have chance
for open discussion.
Operation Concern, Gov.
Kirks project to aid
impoverished areas, and
Operation Student Concern, a
student organized venture on the
same level, will be discussed at
the meeting.
The governor is very
interested in Operation Student
Concern, and he may want to
tour Gainesville, said Wolf. But
he added that the Gov. has not
decided yet.
Never before has state
government been willing to use
its own resources to solve local
problems, said Wolf, and, By
actually coming into the

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Lantos declined to say how
large a supply of alcohol was on
hand for in-patient prescriptions,
but said no ethyl alcohol was
ever prescribed by a brand name.
Tax-supported institutions
such as a university or hospital
can surchase alcohol tax-free and
occasionally buy confiscated
liquor.
Lantos said the practice of
buying liquor has decreased
since most hospitals no longer
manufacture drugs.
Alcohol is second only to
water in use as a vehicle in drug
manufacturing.


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Page 4

I. The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, October 23. 1963

Honor Court Monitors Student Vlolations

(Editors note: This is the
third in a series of articles on the
UF Honor System. Todays
installment covers the Honor
Court.)
By JANIE GOULD
Alligator Staff Writer
Since the Honor Code
prohibits only three things
cheating, stealing, and passing
bad checks the Honor Courts
job is to monitor only those
violations, while more serious
offenses, like drug abuse, are
handled by civil authorities or
the Faculty Disciplinary
Committee.
The court enforces by
charging students with
violations, determining guilt or
innocence, and then sentencing
convicted students. There is no
way to enforce the Honor
System per se, since it is not
mandatory to report violations.
Court officials say there is no
way of knowing how much
cheating goes unreported.
Heading the court is the
chancellor, who is elected by the
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INSTAMATIC: Motion picture
technique lessons will be offered
to all the aspiring Cecil B.s at
UF tonight in room C-4 of the
Reitz Union. The show starts at
7.
IN HE MADE IT!: The
judge has finally come. Youll
find him in room 363 of the
Union tonight when the Honor
Court Bar Association meets
there at 7.
IN DODGING, TWISTING,
WEAVING, AND GENERALLY
TRYING NOT TO GET STUCK,
PART I: The Fencing Club
meets in the basement
Recreation Room of the Florida
Gym tonight at 7.
IN DODGING, TWISTING,
WEAVING, AND GENERALLY
TRYING NOT TO GET STUCK,
PART II: The Young
Republicans (those who say
Yes on Nixon) meet in room
349 of the Union tonight at 8.
IN DODGING, TWISTING,
WEAVING, AND GENERALLY
TRYING NOT TO GET STUCK,
PART III: The Action
Conference meets in room 349
of the Union today at 2:30 p.m.
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that could have only
been filmed in
Europe-and it even
shocked them there.
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student body. He must be a
full-time law student, like the
attorney general and chief
defense counsel, who are
appointed by the chancellor.
Justices elected from each
college, with two each from the
freshman and sophomore classes,
act in an administrative capacity.
Clerk of the court is
appointed by the chancellor, as
stipulated in the new
constitution. However, last
spring, before the new
constitution was ratified, the
first woman student ever to run
for a top student government
position, was elected clerk.
The Honor Court Board of
Masters, the administrative arm,
is composed of the chancellor,
the law school justice, and three
law students appointed jointly
by the chancellor and student
body president.
Standard procedure in, say a
cheating case, is for the attorney
generals staff to investigate, by
talking to witnesses, comparing
test papers, etc. If there is
enough evidence, the court files
formal charges against the
student.
Then, the student gets an
attorney, usually from the
courts defense staff. If he pleads
guilty, he gets a summary
hearing, a review of the facts to
set up a penalty.
If the student pleads not
guilty, he gets a jury trial. Jurors
are picked from UF students.

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Sentences range trom
reprimands to penalty hours,
failing grades, or suspension. A
few years ago, a boy convicted
of stealing SI 00 worth of books
and supplies from a campus
bookstore and then selling them
back, was suspended for two
trimesters.
And two girls convicted of
stealing some small items just
for the fun of it were sentenced
to nine penalty hours each.
More recently, a boy who
lifted material for a term paper
was given failing grades in the
two courses the papers were for
and he had to write another
paper.
The court also supervises
elections, taking charge of
polling places and counting the
votes.
If election violations are
discovered, the court can take
appropriate action. Last spring,
the chancellor overturned a
student government election and
called for a new one because of
electionviolations. This came
under the courts jurisdiction
because it was considered
stealing.
For years probably since
1931, when court trials were
first closed to the public there
have been complaints about
Honor Court secrecy. Such
labels as Kangaroo Court and
Star Chamber are frequently
attached to the court.
In fact, in 1939, an Alligator

columnist named Paul Holtznian
said ... one must, in most
cases, make a fatal error, have a
guilty conscience, or be
politically successful in order to
learn the functions of this body
(Honor Court) that is pledged to
uphold and enforce the Honor
Code.
Last year, the then chancellor
Dave Welch tried to open trials
to the public. He was stopped in

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his efforts by a ruling from the
Board of Masters and justices
Trials were kept secret, though
names of convicted students can
now be published in the
Alligator.
It doesn't seem likely that
trials will be opened to the
public any time soon.
(Next: How the Honor System
really works.)



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Safe and in good health, Walt
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Cunningham rode their
heat-scarred Apollo to an
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Atlantic 1,100 miles east of
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For 15 tense minutes after
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three brown-and-yellow ballons
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beacon was under water.
Then the cone-shaped
spaceship flipped upright on its
flat bottom, helicopters located
it bobbing in the fog and rain
nine miles from this recovery
carrier and the Recovery 1
helicopter took the crew to the
red-carpeted Essex flight Deck.
Apollo 7 came home with a
string of records including the
most man-hours ever spent on a
single spaceflight and the most
powerful rocket blast fired by a
manned spacecraft. ~
The spacecraft performed
what Schirra called a
magnificent flying machine
raised the U.S. space program to
a pinnacle of triumph, from the
depths of gloom another Apollo
plunged it into in a 1967 fire
which killed three astronauts.
Were riding a pink cloud,
Schirra radioed to earth as
Apollo 7 slashed into the
atmosphere wrapped in a ball
offire clearly visible on earth.
The astronauts, bearded after
11 days without shaving and
shaky from the unaccustomed
pull of earth gravity, took off

their spacesuits while still aboard
Apollo 7 and came aboard the
ship wearing white coveralls.
All three rode through the
fiery re-entry and the jarring,
topsy-turvy splashdown without
their space helmets despite fears
of ground officials that they
might bang their heads on
landing.
No head injuries occurred.
And, by leaving their helmets off
so they could pinch their noses
shut and force air into their
cold-clogged ears, the crew
avoided burst eardrums.
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to sick bay after they reached
the carrier to check their ears
and sinuses, a special precaution
ordered because during the flight
all three had suffered the first
colds in space.
An hour later the carrier
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adventure that began Oct. 11
and carried the space trio more
that 164 times around the earth.
Its great to be back,
Schirra said as he stepped from
the pickup helicopter to a red
carpet covering the carrier deck.
The mission went beautifully.

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Thieu Denies
Friction Over
Bombing Halt
SAIGON (UPI) President
Nguyen Van Thieu, discrediting
reports of a rift between the
South Vietnamese and U.S.
governments, said Tuesday he
does .not oppose a halt in
American bombing of North
Vietnam if Hanoi will de-escalate
and talk peace.
Cessation of air raids against
North Vietnam is reported a key
part of a new American peace
plan under study in Hanoi along
with inclusion of South
Vietnamese and possibly Viet
Cong representatives in the
preliminary Paris peace talks.
The National Liberation Front
(NLF), said Tuesday it wanted
to be recognized by the United
States and deal with Washington
on ways of settling the war.
... President Thieu does not
oppose the cessation of bombing
of North Vietnam when we have
good reason to believe that
North Vietnam intends to join
us in de-escalating the war and in
entering into prompt and direct
talks with the government of the
Republic of Vietnam, the
statement said.
Arias Siezes
Panamas
D.C. Embassy
WASHINGTON (UPI)
Deposed President Amulfo Arias
of Panama flew here Monday
from his refuge in the Canal
Zone and seized control of his
countrys embassy, vowing to
stay indefinitely to press his
fight for a return to power.
Sitting cross-legged on a sofa
in the embassy drawing room
receiving well-wishers, Arias
declared: This is my embassy
and I am the president. I will live
here as long as necessary.
A maid in the virtually
deserted embassy let Arias and
his party in through a side door.
The former Panamaian
ambassador, Jorge Velasquez,
had quit and flown to Mexico
with his wife about a week
before Arias tok office Oct. 1.
The takeover of the
Panamanian Embassy had no
parallel in memory in the
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Vice President Hubert
Humphrey promised Monday to
be a peace President and to
fullfil the commitment of the
greatness of America.
Humphrey made the pledge at
a private fun-raising lunch here
during his first stop in a
whirlwind two-day drive for
Texas 25 electoral votes. These
votes were considered crucial to
a Humphrey presidential
election victory, possibly among
the few he will get out of the
states of the Old Confederacy.
Humphrey advisers said the
key to winning the state was the
Mexican-American and Negro
vote, and unifying the warring
Democratic factions led by
Texas Gov. John Connally and
U.S. Sen. Ralph Yarborough.
They considered it a big boost
that Connally consented to
accompany the vice president on
his Texas tour with Yarborough
also a member of the campaign
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Yarborough. Facing admitted
disharomny nationally, Johnson
sorely wants harmony in his
home state.
Meanwhile, Richard M.
Nixon, whistle stopping through
Ohio, said Monday Hubert H.
Humphrey offers nothing but a
repeat of Johnson
administration policies. Nixon
recalled Harry S. Trumans
campaign train tours and
ridiculed the idea that
Humphreys campaign was
similar to Trumans 1948
victory.
It is one thing to give em
hell, but it is something else
again to give em Humphrey,
the Republican presidential
candidate said at his first
trackside speech in Middle,
Ohio.
A small stone was thrown in
Nixons direction at Springfield,
Ohio, his fourth stop of the day,
just before the reboarded the
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determined immediately if the
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Gen. Curtis LeMay told a
news conference that integration
is the only answer to the
nations racial problems.
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It was not certain whether they would sail aboard Onassis $3
million yacht or fly aboard a plane of the Olympic Airways which he
owns.
However they go, Mrs. Onassis will be traveling under a religious
cloud-a denial of the sacraments by the Roman Catholic Church
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Frat 'Open House Under Discussion

By DAVID OSIER
Alligator Staff Writer
Fraternity men may be
finding out that dormitory living
is all right after all.
Presently, dormitory open
house policies coneerning female
visitors are more liberal than
fraternities, according to Dean
of Men's Fraternity Action
Conference co-chairman Morton
Wolf son.
The Fraternity Action
Conference is composed of
students and faculty. It reviews
fraternity-linked policies and
regulations, removes any
outdated material and insures all
current polices are pertinent and
useful. Wolf son said. The
conference meets each
Thursday, he said.
A bill passed bv Inlet hall
Council two weeks ago provides
lot open house or visitation
hours from 10 a.m. to 12
midnight on Friday, Saturday,
and holidays and from 10 a.m.
lo 0 p.ni. Sunday through
Thrusdav.
but. cuirently fraternities
have no such policy. An
Inler-l ralernily Council (IFC)
resolution on a similar policy has
been held up by the Student
Allans office, Wollson said,
because it needed clarification.
The .resolution was vague
because it provided that each
fraternity makes its own rules
regarding female visitors,
Wolfson said. '
Open house policy should
not be left up to individual
houses," UF Vice President for
Student Affairs Lester Hale said.
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The dormitory regulation is
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It states: Each area council
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house or visitation hours within
the limits" of the hours listed
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Additionally, housing officials
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IFC regulations do not apply
to sororities.

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EDITORIAL
Power Play

The struggle for control of the Reitz
Union erupted into open controversy again
Tuesday.
Student Government and the Union
Board of Managers, the unions
policy-making body, are at odds over a
number of questions, the foremost being
whether the board must obey student laws.
Tuesday, the board withdrew a proposed
revised charter which board of managers and
SG officials had hammered out during the
summer.
The charter, due for its second and final
reading at the next meeting of the Student
Senate, has a few changes in it from the one
jointly approved last summer.
It seems the board made some changes
before it submitted the charter to the
Senate for consideration. The Senate added
to the confusion by making more changes in
the charter at a meeting last week.
The board of managers is now contending
that the Senate cannot make changes
without first consulting the board.
SG claims that isnt so, that they can
change anybodys charter and never ask a
single question, if they want to.
But the charter is only the surface issue.
The real controversy is power.
The board of managers argues that as a
university committee, it is responsible to the
president, who appoints all committee
members.
Furthermore, the board says, the money

! By-Line

I wonder:
If there really is a new
Richard Nixon.
If the Alligator was also
upholding southern tradition
(a la Dixie) in its editorial
supporting Carol Thomas.
How Richard Nixon proposes
to, get Americans off welfare
rolls, and onto payrolls.
Take a crying towel to the
polls with you. If Nixon wins,
youll need it.
More things 1 wonder about:
If Carol Thomas is a
southern tradition.
Will spring elections be
another episode in the
continuing sage of Goodrich
the wonder boy.
If Law and order died on
the cross with God.
Why Alligator ace staffer
Larry Jordan (sic) is always
collaborating with someone.

A Wall Becomes A Bridge

by CARON BALKANY
Staff writer
The blackness in the ghetto
was restless and moving.
Whispers and nervous giggles
pierced the night, wafting out
into the cool night air, through
the opened screen door, and in.

The Florida Alligator\
Published by students of the University of Florida under the
Mupfeesof the Boerd of Student Publications.
EdHorid, BuSnaw, Advertising offices in Room 3, Reitz bion. Phone
Cut. 2832
Opfciioas expressed in the Florida Alligator are those of the editors or of
th writer of the article and not those of the University of Florida. **

Some Things To Worry About

Still more things I wonder
about:
What Richard Thompson
means in his columns.
If Clyde Ellis is really a witch.
Why Jason Straight doesnt
write for the Alligator anymore.
Whats the matter, Jason? You
arent marking time, are you?
Who Mark Time really is. He
writes teriffic.
Take Clyde Ellis to a witch
hunt.
A few more things I wonder
about:
If silence is really'golden.
Who Commitment party is
commited to students or
Gary Goodrich.
If R?ul Ramirez is a member
of the Cuban Power movement.
Where Jack Dawkins is
hiding.
If George Wallace is really
KKK Grand Wizard Shelton is
disguise.

Eyes peered, scared, and
watched through the windows.
There was a wall of
textbooks, old and borrowed, in
a straight line on the floor, and
on the other side, big people sat
in little childrens chairs, their
knees high and awkward by th^ir

the union receives from students is not
under SG control, since it is money for a
student service (such as the Athletic
Association and the infirmary) rather than a
student activity.
SG counters that the difference between
a student service and a student activity is
semantic, as far as disbursement of student
funds are concerned.
SG has a good argument in that the
money students pay for non-academic
activities is, in essence, a forced tax, and as
such it should be controlled by elected
representatives.
Assuming then that SG should control
union funds at least that part supplied by
students then it logically follows that SG
should have a say in how the union is run
and in what kinds of activities the union
provides
SG should jalso have a say about the
overall philosophy of the union; to wit,
whether the building is specifically a student
union or a community center for jthe entire
university.
We strongly urge- the warring factions to
put down their weapons and discuss the
problems again, until they come to a
solution satisfactory to both sides.
The absurd power manuevers which have
characterized this fight to date offer little
credit to the intelligence or the maturity of
either side.
In short, stop fighting and start talking.

If the blonde at the next
typewriter really has more fun.
If the Sigma Nus have caught
up with Granny Fletcher yet.
Happy painting guys.
Take Jack Dawkins to a
molotov cocktail party. More
things I wonder about:
If Ray Graves will find his
Super-Spade this year. (Nope!
Well keep trying Ray baby.
Youll overcome someday.)
Ifihe Action got lost from
President OConnells Action
Conference.
If hippies ever take baths.
**
If there is a creature on earth
more obnoxious than Jimmy
Bailey.
Take some Action to the
Action Conference.

chins, filling application blanks:
Challenge Free Academy.
Trouble writing how dyou
spell that? Eager tutors helping:
u-n-e-m-p-l-o-y-e-d-; d-r-o-p-o-u-t.
Big people going back to
school. There were only a few.
But there will be more.
When the eyes on the other
side of the wall, in the wide and
empty night, see these braver
few succeed and move forward
into better jobs and satisfaction,
there will be more.
And the wall becomes a
bridge.

The Florida Alligator
"Th price of freedom
is die exercise of responsibility.**
IQ6B Managing Editor
r> I Raul Ramirez James Cook
rtIUAMm Fxecutive Editor News Editor
Alligator Inquizitor
By LEWIS ROTHLEIN
Alligator Columnist
Good morning. I received an irate letter yesterday (you know, I rate
to have this letter printed in the Alligator...) telling me that this
column smelled. Well, needless to say, 1 became somewhat incensed
with the remark.
Todays questions:
1 Name three men who are subjects of J.FJC.s Profiles in
Courage.
2. (A toughie) What was the name of the drunken St. Bernard in
Topper? __
3. Who said? This is the way the world ends not with a bang buta
whimper?
4. The Florida Players are starting what they hope to be another
successful season with Sgt. Muskgraves Dance. Besides the 4
one-acts, can you remember three of the four major plays produced
by this group last year?
5. What are the names of the three astronauts on Appollo 7
mission (the present one.)?
6. Is it true that all architects suffer from an edifice complex?
No, thats not what it really said. Here are yesterdays answers.
1. Janis Mohrbacher 2. Ira Levin 3. tennis (serve which scores
point without being touched or returned), horse racing (weight carried
by horse as method of handicapping), boxing (illegal blow to base of
skull), golf (one stroke under par) baseball (third base.) 4. Batista 5.
Theodore.
Dont skip a class today.

Things I try not to wonder
about:
If George Wallace is going to
be President.
If my draft board hates me.
If Rap Brown whistles
Dixie.
If Claude Kirk really is a
Jerk.

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Hi There Cocky

By Mark Time

Take Ray Graves a
Super-Spade, Raul Ramirez to a
Cubana party, George Wallace to
an NAACP meeting, The Sigma
Nus some paint, a hippie to a
barbershop (stop by a bathing
house on the way back), and
take five.



Speaking Out'

We Chose To Quit

When Clyde Ellis and Ken Mingledorf accuse
Harvey Alper of irresponsibility for quitting the
Alligator over a disagreement on editorial policy,
they are accusing me of the same kind of
irresponsibility.
The walkout was my idea. Harvey should not
shoulder the blame or accept the credit alone. 1
must accept original responsibility. I do so gladly.
Harvey, three others and 1 quit because an
editorial was going to be printed against the will of
five-sixths of the editors. An editorial should be the
voice of the Alligator, not that of one man, we felt.
We felt the charges made in the editorial were an
unsubstantiated personal attack upon participants in
the Marshall Jones tenure hearing. We felt in that
light that the editorial was highly emotional,
irresponsible and unprofessional.
Our attempts to dissuade the editor from running
the editorial were unsuccessful. We had two choices:
bury our pride and quietly let.him run it; or to quit.
We chose to quit.
Meanwhile, and without our knowledge, the
Director of Student Publications had decided to
take the matter to the Board of Student
Publications, which acts as the Alligators publisher
not censor. The Board decided despite our
vocal opposition to pull the editorial.
In doing so the Board disregarded our advice.
Throughout the incident the resigned editors
including Harvey supported the Alligators right
to run the disputed editorial. We merely sought a
voice in the decision. We were denied that voice.
Now comes Clyde Ellis et al, mouths flapping.
They are guilty of the same crime as was the

Physical Education:
Solid, Scientific

MR. EDITOR:
In Thursdays edition of The
Florida Alligator, Lewis
Rothlein, in his column, The
Alligator Inquizitor, made the
comment that anyone not
capable of answering at least one
of his ridiculous questions
should become a PE major.
A misconception seems to
exist on this campus and others
that a degree in physical
education indicates a major that
is something less than academic.
Perhaps this notion has survived
because some courses require
motor skills as opposed to other
scholastic areas which solely
demand mental ability.
However, after close scrutiny
you will Find that a degree in
physical education is based on a
solid scientific background.
True, many requirements revolve
around activity courses, but the
fact exists that perfected motor
skills involves a basic
co-ordinative effort between the
mind and the body. While
observing the current Olympics,
it is apparent that success is
dependent upon skill,
concentration, and personal
courage.
The Professional courses, for
example. Foundations of
Physical Education, which is
taught by Dr. Owen Holyoak, is
strictly of academic quality.
And, I challenge the author of
the above mentioned comment
to visit this class as an observer.
At the end of the hour, I would
expect his opinion of physical
education majors to be slightly
modified. If this isnt convincing

enough, then drop by anatomy
and physiology or modern
dance.
This University requires the
same general courses for Physical
Education majors as it does for
all other fields of study during
the first two years of
preparation. The admission to
graduate school requires the
same minimum National Teacher
Exam and Graduate Record
Exam scores as well as a
Bachelors degree from an
accredited university. The
requirements are the same
because the demands are
identical for a masters degree in
various scholarship areas.
Because of people such as
Lewis Rothlein, I have chosen
physical education as my major
and lifes work. It is time that
everyone starts realizing just
how important an education
through the physical is to our
everyday lives. Oh, by the way,
its not PE its Physical
Education.
SUZAN E. CANNON 3PE

Sitting Next To Them On The Bus

MR. EDITOR:
The impressions Mr.
Pierleoni had on Friday
reminded me of the ole times.
Isnt it terrible how all these
new laws give the minority the
right to tell the majority what to
do?
Time was, you could sit on a
bus and never worry about a
black person sitting next to you.
But the times they are a
changing. Isnt it scary?A Negro

By Harold Kennedy

editorial: passing judgment in ignorance of the facts.
The facts are:
1. Harvey and the rest of us opposed the
decision of the Board of Student Publications to
withhold the editorial from publication.
2. The Board is far less a censor than the average
reporter or even the interviewee who withhold
information from print everyday. If the president of
the university had ordered the editorial withheld
which he didnt that would have been censorship.
3. The resigned editors sole crime was in
protesting a denial of a voice in Alligator editorial
policy and the intent to print unproven charges
against the character of people involved in the
Marshall Jones controversy. We considered such
unfounded charges unethical. To have stayed with
the Alligator would have meant a loss of integrity to
us.
Alper and I suppose the rest of us as well
was castigated for not returning to work when the
Board asked him to. The fact is that the editor
refused to take Alper back. It is just as well. To have
returned would have been an admission that we
were wrong; that we had no rightful voice in
editorial policy and that it is ethical to make
ungrounded charges against a mans character.
What the Student Senate led by Ellis and
Mingledorf has done is to hang Harvey Alper from
the nearest apple tree in true lynch mob style.
In doing so, they have eliminated from the Board
of Student Publications the most prestigious,
knowledgeable, and ethical student candidate
available for this sensitive post. Congratulations.
HAROLD KENNEDY, 4JM

LETTERS
In order to appear in the
Alligator, letters to the editor
must be typed and signed and
should not exceed 300 words
in length. The editor reserves
the right to edit all letters
in the interest of space.

* p Iff
You And Me, Baby

can sit right next to you on the
bus.
Today a black man can buy
any house he can afford. Not
really. You know as well as I do,
that would be too much. Holy
zorf, the majority should have
the right to tell the minority to
quit acting equal. Equality? Its:
scary.
The next thing you know,
they will want the next Alligator
Features Editor to be a Negro.

AAtiuimi DiMtot
"There is no hope for the complacent man."
Root Out Evil!
MR. EDITOR:
After spending the first few weeks of the quarter concerned with
teaching, learning, and other such frivolous things, this University has
finally turned its attention to a really important issue. I refer, of
course, to that vital, socioeconomic, moral controversy over the band
playing DIXIE!
I write to applaud those others of stout heart and open mind who
have so effectively attacked this monstrous jingle! They realize that
this song, if continued in use, will not only cause national disruption,
but will probably bring on famine, disease, and World Wars 111
through VII.
Yet, will we accept the prohibition of the song and be done? Will we
be satisfied to scale one small obstacle when we can climb the entire
Molehill? There are many other hate symbols, you know, just as
obvious, just as dangerous.
For examples, just look in the library. Just look at all the
dangerous material. Books on southern geography, plant life,
architecture obvious fronts for spreading their insidious
propaganda. Books about Jefferson and Lee, and white columns and
cotton! Seemingly harmless works, just infested with typical blind
hate symbols. Let us rid ourselves of these degrading symbols! Out
with them! Let us send forth firemen to gather up such wild dogma
and put it to the torch!
Also, have you realized how many students there are at UF whose
first names are Jefferson or whose last names are Davis, Lee, or even
. Dixon? Why, I bet they even sleep under white sheets! Ah Hah!
Dont you see the implications of that? us then, for the sake of
moral righteousness and decency, hunt *n these bigots! Let us
open-mindedly throw them on the fires of their own sinful literature!
Remember! Theres nothing here that pure hearts and good honest
zeal cant overcome. But, we must ever search and root out the evil
influences: the magnolia trees root them out, the old southern
people exterminate them, the filthy southern earth sweep it all
away! Ding, dong the wicked witch is . everywhere,
EVERYWHERE! YAHHAIEEEE!!

Can you imagine it; a black
feature editor. Wow.
In a democracy the minority
does rule. Sometimes. Os course
the minority can overstep itself
and infringe on the rights of the
majority. But rights tend to
conflict.
Men have the right to
discriminate, but other men have
the right not to be discriminated
against.
JOHN HOAG, 3JM

Wednesday, October 23. 1968, The Florida Alligator,

DAVE BRENNAN
Good Grits
MR. EDITOR:
Strange how the argument
about Dixie seems to center
around whether or not Dixie
is a racist song (totally
irrelevant), and President
O'Connells sterling defense of
freedom in supporting the
right to sing, hum, or whistle
Dixie. (Equally irrelevant.)
Sociology text will tell you the
function and meaning of a
cultural trait is relative to the
cultural setting. If the Blacks
find Dixie racist, it is racist to
them, and objective evaluations
by others is meaningless.
I am reminded of my first
introduction to grits. I didnt
particularly care for them, and
was content to leave them on
the plate. However, my
hospitable southern host took
offense, saying, Dont you like
grits? Those are good grits;eati
them! I finally ate the grits,
and have, over the years,
developed a certain fondness for
them ... so perhaps, in time,
the Blacks can develop a
fondness for Dixie. However,
my concept of courtesy would
require that neither grits nor
Dixie be forced upon
people.... but then, my wife
says Im not very polite, and
maybe that means I dont really
understand about courtesy.
808 E. SHETTERLY, 7AS

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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

I FOR SALE l
:-;*:*wx x*x*xx*:<'X:.:.;:*;.K>:.x Royal Portable Typewriter and
Leather Carrying Case. Very good
condition. Need to sell fast 549.50.
Call 376-1134. (A-3t-20-p)
Full length human hair wig. color
light brown. Can be cut. Worn only
twice. S4O. Call 378-8187.
(A-st-20-p)
Akai 355 d Tape Deck (Roberts
400 x) Complete with accessories.
SBOO value. A buy of a lifetime
used less than 10 hours. $425. Call
378-7393. Log Periodic Antennaes: one tv,
one fm, heavy-duty rotor, S2O each;
40 mast $5 or free with pkg.
372-6010 evenings. (A-3t-21-p)
Honda 1965 S9O. Helmet It tools
incl. Excellent condition. Test ride
and youll buy it. $195. Call
378-3095 anytime. (A-st-21-p)
Forced to sell! 1966 Honda 50
excellent condition tools and helmet
included. New tires, license $125.
Call Frank 5:00 7:30. (A-2t-21-p)
1962 Valiant New battery, tires.
Transmission like new. Call 378-6535
after 6. (A-4t-21-p)
Triumph TT Special 1967 650 cc 52
hp Full drag, cam scrambles bars,
?ipes, tires. Extra street tire plus
many other goodies. Call 376-3740.
(A-4t-21-p)

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mint condition. Many extras. Helmet
included, $475, best offer. Call
378-3156 before 11 a.m. or after
5:30 p.m. (A-4t-21-p)
Single channel radio control plane
and equipment. Call Rick Bacon
372-9219. (A-3t-21-p)
1968 Suzuki 100 Only 500 miles, not
even broken in. $325. Call 372-8946
also selling helmet with bubble
shield. (A-3t-21-p)
Triumph 1966 Bonneville, 650 CC
one owner, excellent condition.
Mechanically perfect, 5,644 miles.
$875.00. After 5, call 376-5190.
(A-23-st-p)
1962 Chevy 327V8 keystone wheels.
University Shell 1805 SW 13 St. No
calls. $750. (A-18-4t-p)
FROLICS TICKETS for the FOUR
TOPS. 20 tickets at $4.50 each. Call
now 376-9271. (A-3t-23-p)
1967 Honda 90 Scrambler, with only
4200 actual miles. Excellent
condition; only $220 helmet and
lock included. Call Ted Erck at
372-9427. (A-3t-23-p)
THE proven carpet cleaner Blue
Lustre is easy on the budget.
Restores forgotten colors. Rent
electric shampooer. SI.OO. Lowry
Furniture Co. (A-23-lt-c)

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Diamond wedding ring set 1/3 carat.
Never worn. Silver and gold band.
Original price S2OO. Now $125. Rich
1403 SW 22nd Place. (A-st-21-p)
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Move in today. October rent paid
on a desirable 2 bedroom apartment
in a convenient location close to
campus. Very flexible arrangements.
Call 376-9688 between 9 a.m. and 6
p.m. for further information.
(B-20-ts-c)
HOMECOMING Room for couple
in mobile home on quiet lake in city.
$75.00 includes kitchen privileges. If
desired, for 3-day weekend.
372-6010. (B-3t-21-p)
Large room, private bath, entrance,
Fla. room, off street parking. Call
376-3211, ext. 5765, Ann Sheridan.
(B-st-21-pl_
Air-Conditioned one bedroom apt.
with pool sub-let. More than the
comforts of home. Call 378-3969
after 5:00 p.m. (B-st-21-p)
Large 2 bdr. apt. SBO/mo. Water,
sewer, pest control provided. Call
372-3160. (B-st-21-p)
Peter Pan Motel Williston Fla. Just 20
mi. from Gainesville. Reservations
available for Homecoming weekend.
Call 528-3941. (B-st-20-p)
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JAMES BROWN
and his
1968 Spectacular of 40 Stars
at
Citizens Field
Oct. 28, 8:30 p.m.
Advance Tickets Tickets Available at
Adults 4.00 I Record Bar I
Children (-12) 2. 50 discount Records
James Williams Barbershop
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on Uni versify Ave.
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WANTED |
Housewife will iron in your home or
mine, free repairs. Call before ten
p.m. 372-5269. (C-11-lt-p)
TICKETS FOR GA.-FLA. GAME.
Call Bill 378-8561. (C-lt-23-p)
Wanted 4 (or) 2 tickets Miami game.
Call 378-6791 after 1 p.m.
(C-3t-21-p)
Coed to share lg. 1 bdm aot. ac ww
carpet. Poolside. Call 378-8338 4 til
6. Move in by Nov. 1. (C-st-20-p)
Wanted: Coed roommate for 60x12
lVr bath trailer. Own room S6O
month plus utilities. Call Diana ex.
2543 Mon. thru Fri. for details.
(C-3t-21-p)
Female roommate wanted 3 blocks
from campus. Private room A/C free
washer & dryer. 378-3291, 376-3582.
(C-st-21-p)
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Help wanted part-time. Sports Car
Mechanic. 372-4373. Call Joe Smith,
or George Bradley, Crane Imports.
(E-3t-21-p)
Fulltime secretary wanted from Oct.
28 Nov. 27. Hours will be from
12-9. Only non-students may apply
at the Student Publications Office.
(E-3t-23-nc)
AUTOS I
Pontiac LeMans Sprint 1966 3 speed
standard transmission. Stereo tape
$1475. 376-8806. (G-4t-21-p)

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FEATURING CHUCK WAGON STEAKS FROM 99c
OPEN 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM 7 Days Weekly
Westgate Shopping Center PHONE 378-3320
3321 W. University Ave. Gainesville, Florida
WED NIGHT NIGHTLADIES
LADIES NIGHTLADIES DRINKS
19$
DANCE TO THE MUSIC
of RICHARD PARKER and
the SWINGING WITNESSES
WED. thru SAT. 9PM-2AM
LAMPLIGHTER LOUNGE
1 N.W. 10 AVE. Phone 378-1636
NO SLACKS AFTER 9PM PLEASE
NOTICE
Student Publications
Business Office
HOURS
Bam 4pm
Mon. Fri.

Airros |
1963 Anglia. S3OO. 31 mpg. excellent
tires and mechanical. Good bodv
3224 NW 13 St. Trailer 17 or Call
378-5548. (G-st-19-p)
1965 Mustang 289, 4-speed. AC,
radio, new tires, extras. Call Red or
Steve at 372-6776. (G-st-19-p)
Corvette powered comet must sell by
next week, for street or drags. Owner
going into service for full details call
George 378-7889. (G-3t-21-p)
Buick LeSabre 1960 auto-trans.
power steering, inspection passed.
$250 or best offer. Call 376-7322
after 5:30. (G-st-21-p)
1963 GRAND PRIX Pontiac. Bucket
seats, all power. Come see a GOOD
BUY at 2078 Flavet Village 3
(G-3t-23-p)
1966 Opel. Air-conditioned, radio,
$1295, must sell, need money for
school. If interested, please call
378-4539. (G-st-23-p)
60 MKIX Jag Biggest luxury Jag
built. SIOOO spent on complete eng.
overhaul 3 wks. ago. Radio heat air
excellent in & out. Offers over
SISOO. 376-0201. (G-Bt-18-p)
1966 MGB overdrive, wire wheels,
white walls, R & H and extras. Clean,
needs no work, only TLC. Call Dave
at univ. ext 3198 or 372-7024 after
5. (G-st-20-p)
1963 Chevy SS 327 cu. in. 300 np.
air. cond. auto, trans. chrome wheel
stereo tape extra clean one owner
Phone 378-4278 after 5 p.m. $1095.
(G-st-19-p)

| AUTOS |
1963 Fairlane 500 Black & white w.
red int. R & H very good cond. Must
sell now $480.00. Cheap. Call Ruben
378-6874. (G-6t-20-p)
MGB 1964 conv rsh, wire wheels
midnite blue w/white top. Clean all
over & in good shape. Ecstatic driving
$1295, 378-6917, 301-6 Dia. Vill.
(G-19-st-p)
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Want to restore a car. Following
125.00 up 1940 Ford 41 Cad. 40
LaSalle 41 Cry. 40 Ply. 36 Buick 40
Chev. 31 Model A. Call 378-7951.
(G-10t-18-p)
I PERSONAL I
*
DEAR CRUSHER lm sorry Im
such a fink. Hard to tell, but I do
care. I regret . Can you please
forgive me? (J-lt-23-p)
Announcing another hairy tea tour.
See the farewell performance of the
Cream in Miami Oct. 26 sl7 round
trip includes ticket. Call 372-2728.
(J-3t-23-p)
To my little furry friend the end
of your virility is here, but youll
always be my certain amount. Happy
20th. The California Dreamer.
(J-lt-23-p)
Julie Herring: Please contact the
Seminole Office (Student
Publications). (J-4t-23-nc)

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Dinner 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
GAINESVILLE MALL

Wednesday, October 23, 1968, The Florids Alligator,

ji PERSONAL
*
Darling: Happy 21st to tha one I
lova. BDILYBDIO. Have a special
day! Hugs and kisses. Diva bomb.
Fist. Your pink bow. (J-lt-23-p)
Koutsie: Our notorious Zorba:
Happy 21st & many more. Much lova
from all your woman's. KM and
HARUM XXXX (Birthday Kisses)
(J-lt-23-p)
Wanted four adult Florida Auburn
tickets. Will pay extra. Call Art
Deane 378-9402. (J-st-19-p)
Playful Kittens part Siamese, pert
Persian, all beautiful, healthy and
long-haired. 6 wks. old $2.00
$6.00. 3205 NW 14 St. or call
378-2077. (J-21-st-p)

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CLASSIFIEDS

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ALTERNATORS GENERATORS
STARTERS Electrical systems
tested repairs. Auto Electric Service
- 603 SE Second Street. 378-7330.
(M-10-ts-c) ...
Papers typed, *oc page, prompt,
accurate. 20 lb. quality. Bond paper
supplied. Call 378-2937. (M-st-21-p)
MOTION PICTURE TECHNIQUE
starts tonite 7:30 Rm. C-4 J.W.R.U.
Call ext. 2741 or ask at Rm. 310.
Learn to take Motion Pictures better.
(M-lt-23-c)
My office is small. My business is
new. Parking is terrible BUT you'll be
glad you came. Buy your next eye
glasses at University Opticians, 526
SW 4th Ave. Next to Greyhound Bus
Station. 378-4480. (M-18-ts-p)

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Page 14

Brothers Shower
Despite Problem
By DEE DEE HORN
Alligator Feature Writer
A showerathon may not yet be an Olympic event, but the
AEPis are finding it as grueling as the marathon. They now have
totalled over 300 hours of soap and water.
Rainy, cold weather has prevailed for several days and the
AEPis are feeling the worst for it. All shower participants have
come down with colds of varying degrees.
Mechanical difficulties combined with forces of nature as the
hot water pipes broke down for the better part of one night and
most of the day. For the guys in the shower at the time, it took
several hours to unthaw.
Frank Seigel, pledge, made his mark as the first one to fall
asleep in the shower. Since them, several other AEPis on the
night shift have been rudely awakened by the morning shift.
The number of wet clothes hanging in the bathroom numbers
of the times an AEPi has spent in the shower. Pee Wee Schwartz,
the second to enter the shower, holds the record amount of
hours (at least 12) so far.
Originality scores one point in this competition Showerathon
to beat the 306 hour mark set by the University of Oregon.
Larry Cohen and his date, who was was wearing a raincoat,
played cards while he served his two hour shift.
There has been no serious vandalism although cherry bombs
have been thrown by mysterious visitors at AEPis in the shower
at night.
The most serious complaint thus far has been by the Betas
and the Pi Lams. The AEPi's report receiving several telephone
calls from said groups asking that the radio being used to keep
brothers in the shower awake on the night shift be turned down.
However, said Pee Wee Schwartz, its all ridiculous,
because its not even loud enough for the guys in the shower to
hear it.
Interhall Officers Named

Results of the recent UF
Interhall Council officers
election have been announced
by President Mike McNemey.
Betty Jo Padron was elected
vice-president, Sue Johnson won
secretary and Charlie McSwain,
treasurer.
McNemey also named the
new Interhall committee
chairmen for the coming year.
They are Bill Modlin,
administrative assistant; Susan
Brown, Association of Women
Students representative; Paul
Katz, food and vending; Sandy
Harrison and Dave Ferguson,

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5001 N.W. 13th St.

public relations; John R. Cohen,
physical improvements, Dana
Dearing, dance; and Joyce
Miller, historian.
Good Srvic Starts
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SAL ES-SER VICE VICEREPAIRS
REPAIRS VICEREPAIRS
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606 E. Pntv. Av. 372-4373

SNOOP CITY
Duffy Dogoods Rumors

There are several persisting
rumors that have come to my
attention:
Rumor: Several residents of
the twin towers, which is more
like a twin abortion, have pets of
the four-legged variety. What
was that bark I heard on the
twelfth floor? You can guess
which dorm.
Rumor: The Klu Klux
Klanning may make strange
bedfellows but they all have
clean sheets. Put that in your
Funk & Wallace.
Rumor: The Sigma Nus are
after Granny Fletcher. For those
interested, the number in New
Jersey is Humbolt-2-0909.
Rumor: Granny Fletcher is
alive in Newark on Mulberry
Street.
Rumor: The Gators were
ready for North Carolina this
weekend.
Rumor: Save your Dixie Cups
the South will rise again.

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i, The Florida Alligator. Wednesday, October 23,1968

ANNUAL EVENT
Players Hold
1-Act Tryouts

Graduate students of the
Florida Players will hold tryouts
for their fall productions this
year.
The tryouts will be held in
Anderson Hall, Wednesday and
Thursday evenings, Oct. 23 and
24, 7 to 9:30 p.m. Room
numbers will be posted for
tryouts.
This years plays will include
The Successful Life of Three
written by off-Broadway
playwright Maria Irene Fornes.
The director of this one-act play
hopes to find someone who is
not afraid to peddle
tootsie-tootsies to members of
the audience.
Another play, Escurial, by
Dennis Jensen, will create a
change of mood from the first

Long-Haired GHS
Student Suspended

The Alachua County Board
of Public Instruction upheld the
suspension of longhaired Michael
S. Canney, senior at Gainesville
High School, when Canneys
lawyer refused to present
witnesses or evidence at a
hearing Tuesday.
It is the Boards duty to
present evidence that Canney
disrupted the educational
process, said Lynn M.
LoPucky, Canneys attorney.
Board Chairman Jasper
Joiner, said since LoPucky asked
for the hearing it was his
responsibility to present
evidence.
LoPucky said due process
can only be achieved if the
board presents evidence to show
that Canneys hair interfered
with classroom activities.
After a five-minute
back-room discussion the board
stated if LoPucky had nothing
to present it would uphold the
suspension of Canney until he
gets a haircut.
This was the second time in
as many months the board said
Gainesville High School officials

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play. Physical and mentaj
violence will make up most of
the atmosphere of this drama.
The next one-act will be The
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Mouth, written by twentieth
cent ury playwright Luigi
Pirandello. The play depicts a
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The final production will be
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by Tennessee Williams. Director
Ray Dage will be looking for 9
male and female roles, who will
be able to dispose the fragility of
this play.
All students with or without
experience are invited to tryout.
Besides acting, there will be jobs
in costuming, staging, makeup>
and other aspects of the play.

have the right to suspend a male
student because his hair does not
comply with the school
handbook standard: normal
and acceptable.
I assume will take this
case to court; its up to our
lawyer, said Canneys father
after the hearing.
Canneys father is a UF
faculty member and president of
the Florida chapter of American
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naked on the bed, arms
welcoming.
As the action pressed onward,
the audience leaned forward in
the seats, waiting. Finally the
moment came; he knelt beside
her on the bed and ...
The projection lights went
out. The film stopped. The
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plunged in the vacuum of a dark
and silent theatre.
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true, it was an art film and the
State Theatre had advertised
Adults Only.
But after all, this is
Gainesville.



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By ALLEN PIERLEONI
Alligator Features Editor
Being one deeply in love with
the wonderful community of
Gainesville (a thriving hamlet
snugly nestled in the warm
orange sands of Alachua
County) and being especially
fond of its warm receptive
citizens (kindly people who
work and play together beneath
the smiling Florida sun) as I
said, being one who takes the
community and its people to my
heart, and being one who is
loved by the people, I was
cordially invited to spend some
enjoyable moments with a fine
family of excellent social
background (a family of heritage
and tradition, one whose name
stands out as a shining example
of integrity and an example to
all who reside in this quiet
village.)
My delightful hosts welcomed
me with open arms into their
lovely home and bid me warm

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myself before their hearth. This
family (one of character and
dependability) consisted of a
kindly middle-aged attractive
Woman, the epitome of
Gainesvilles Southern Belles;
the husband was a tall man, as
rugged as the land he worked,
but as gentle as the horses he
kept; their son was a bright
young lad who, out of a sense of
duty, love and respect for his
admirable doting parents, quit
school and devotes all of his
time to helping with the
household chores; their daughter
was a comely young thing,
blossoming into the first frail
phases of young womanhood.
What a lovely home you have
here. I take it all of your
furniture is by Ethan Allen.
Hell no, boy! Aint no
furriner gonna get no money
outa me, by damn! We gets our
chairs down at the auction on
Saturdays. See thet one over
there well, 1 stolen thet one
sum the man down the road. He

See You At Woolworths

aint never noticed it gone,
neither.
1 see. I imagine you and your
lovely family must certainly
enjoy the exciting nightlife here
in this bustling community (a
city of charm and grace, one
accented by rich local color).
Yep. Shore do, boy. Why,
just last week I taken the old
lady and these lazy kids out on
the town. Had a dum good time,
too. Had a fine time.
Oh, really? What did you do?
Well, fer starters I taken em
on down to Woolworths and we
had thet free air-conditioning
and free ice water. Then we
went on down to the J.C. Penny
store and 1 bought em pop com
and got myself a snowball. A

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grape one, too, it was. Had a fine
time.
Wow, that sounds like fun. I
heard that theyre going to have
a grand opening of a new J.C.
Pennys in Mclntosh next
weekend. I hear theyre giving
away free balloons and popcorn.
Who done tole ya?
Some friends out at the
university.
Shoot! Aint ya knowin
better not to believe them as
what goes to that place? Aint
nothin but a bunch of damn
hippies, communists and Jews
goes out there. Damn
communists and niggers out
there. Why, when I was a boy I
used to hunt out there where
they got that damn college built.
Used to take the pick-up truck

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out there and hunt jackrabbits.
Then them damn Jews conies
along' and cuts the land and
builds that damn college out
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Well, its been interesting
talking with you. I enjoyed our
chat (a pleasurable enlightening
conversation with one who is
truly devoted to the betterment
of his community.) I must be
going now. Good night.
Night to you too, boy! Stay
away from thet damn college
and them hippies and dope
addicts out there, and 111 see ya
down at Woolworths some
Saturday night.**
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t, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, October 23, 1968

Head Coach f
By MARC DUNN 0
U Alligator Awktont Sports Editor ¥
Youre head coach of a major university football team.
The press has given you a big pre-season build-up, so the pressure is
on. Youre human, so you know youve got to take each problem on a
day to day basis. If you look too far ahead you may not get a chance
be the best, right now.
Youve put in words like this:
God gave us a mind to have dreams, but a memory to have roses
in December.
When youre in charge, criticism is heavy and sometimes harsh. But
you dont question editorial opinion, if its based on fact.
What does upset your personal criticism of an athlete for the way
he played. Its obvious to you that any individual who goes out on that
field is going to do his best. No one wants to look bad in front of
50,000 people, especially since they are his friends and fellow
students.
You get along with the press, after all your school has the largest
coverage in the Southeastern Conference, but you dont let the press
pressure you into decisions.

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. .before practice the players are
told what plays they will go over.

Youve discovered through experience its up to you to inspire as
well as instruct. You go out their to win every week, otherwise why
would you be head coach.
As you put it:The smartest coach is not always the best. Its up
to the fans to watch, the boys to play and the coaches to coach.
You lose your first game and thats disappointing, but it is also part
of the game. Before the season began you insisted that your team was
overrated but just the same the fans expected a win every Saturday.
Its a fact of life that sometimes a football team rises to the
occasion and sometimes they have the heart to come back, but
sometimes they dont.
Win or lose football is the extra curricular activity that gives the
school soul and oneness. The stadium is the largest gathering of the
student body all year and student support encourages you and the
team.
Youre proud of the team for many reasons. They are students and
athletes. Four out of five football players graduate, thats higher than
the university average. Youve kept boys on assistantships after their
eligibility, so they can get their degree. You dont leave them after the
contractual obligation has been fulfilled.
The football team is like a family with the responsibility of
leadership and when they get in trouble and are wrong there is
nothing you can do. But it hurts.
Football has many fond memories for you. Like the time the team
came back from a 28-21 in 1962. That was quite a comback.
Being Athletic Director also brings pride. What brings the most
pride to you is the golf team winning the NCAA title this year. Tire
first NCAA championship for the school.
Your goal before retiring is to win the SEC championship.
Something a UF football team has never done.
You are Samuel Ray Graves.
Youve got a lot of people to please, but that isnt your job .Youre
out there to win.

Tickets
Student seating assignments
for homecoming may be picked
up at Gate 13 ticket window
tomorrow.
The window be open from
2:30 to 8 pjn.
Tickets will also be available
from 1 to 5 pjn. Friday.

Not many people know you
well, in fact the best single word
to describe you would be
unpredictable.
You have a busy schedule,
but many times youve taken off
for East Palatka, or many other
small towns to speak to their
Quarterback Club.
Why?
You like people. You like
talking to people. You like
getting to know different kinds
of people.
There isnt a player on the
team that you dont know
personally nor is their a boy
recruited that you dont know
his history.
Your figure:
Every boy I sign is good
enough to play ball for us and
its up to me to find out what it
takes to make him produce.
Os course football is
competitive, so only the best
play, but you make sure you are
fair with each of them.

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for weekly play at 7 p.m. in the
Norman Gym.
Director M.B. Chafin extends
an invitation to all faculty,
students and local residents to
join in the program. Equipment
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Theres a morale problem on the Gator squad,
and its coming from several different directions.
The first is the lack of a nucleus -a quarterback
that knows hes number one. A football team
revolves around something, it doesnt just get out
and play.
But equally important is the fact that a football
team feeds on something as well.
It feeds on spirit and determination. A football
team has an ego, and like a person, a team can
become unwanted, sullen, and lacking in drive.
We, the students on this campus, feed the teams
ego. We make that team go, and Ill condemn myself
and the student body of this school by saying that
we havent put out enough energy for this team to
feed them for one quarter, much less five games.
Feel insulted? Dont. Just feel very much
ashamed.
There was supposed to be a pep rally over in one
of the dorms last week. The dorm president
contacted the cheerleaders to see what they could

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5. Notre Dame
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7. Purdue
8. Georgia
9. Miami, Fla.
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11. Missouri
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13. California
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ao about being there to help out. None of the
cheerleaders would come.
In fact, there wasnt a single pep rally on campus
last week. There was no sign that there was even
going to be a game played.
This week, so far, there hasnt been any activity
either.
There probably wont be. Everybody expected
the Gators to go 10-0 and take a bowl game in the
process. When the Gators didnt play like Purdue,
Notre Dame and Southern Cal .all rolled into one,
people started howling. Theyve been doing it ever
since, and when things finally came to a head on

Alligator Sports Editor

14. Missouri
15. Florida
16. Arkansas
17. Ole Miss
18. Louisiana State
19. Texas Tech
20. Florida State

Football Films
Films of Floridas first out-of-state football game of the 1968
season and the Gators initial setback will be shown at 8 pan.
Thursday in the Reitz Union Auditorium.
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Wednesday. October 23,1968, The Florida Alligator,

Saturday, it was desertion time in Gator Town.
Thats the story. A team without a real following.
The Gators lose and the Rich Jacksonville Alumni
(a term that keeps popping up around here) ask for
Graves head. The students give up and get drunk.
My friends, thats not the way you support a
team. I might be a little naive, but 1 dont think that
a school uniting behind a team is such 9 passe thing
that we cant do it.
Outside my window this week, there will be a
large Go Gator banner hanging from the ledge. It
might not face out onto SW 16th Ave., and it wont
be the greatest sign ever made, but it will be there,
and to me, it will mean something.
Anyone who cares to try the same thing has my
blessing. It might not be homecoming yet, but Nov.
2 might be a little sadder if 20,000 students dont
start caring now.

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I, Th* Florida Alligator, Wednesday, October 23,1968

WITH HALF OF BLUE LEAGUE
Chi Phi Co-Favored
For Presidents Cup

By STEVE ROHAN
Alligator Correspondent
Blue League volleyball went
into its second day and
indications are that this years
Blue League race will be closer
than ever.
Phi Gamma Delta took it on
the chin again as Phi Tau
rebuilding from a team that once
held an Orange League dynasty
with American Athletic Union
spikers Jack Bartlett and Ron
Eaves, defeated the FUPs 15-13,
13-15, 15-7. Ken Fowle has now
become the big man for the Phi
Taus who no longer have
Bartlett, Eaves, or the rough
Orange League competition.
Jack Tanksley contributed an

Weatherford, Manning
Top SEC Players

ATLANTA (UPI)
Tennessees Jimmy Weatherford
defensive back, may not look
like a football player; but you
can take it from Alabama that in
his case looks really are
deceiving.
Weatherford is a 5-foot-10,
170-pound senior.
He played that position so
well this past Saturday in
Tennessees 10-9 victory over
Alabama that Tuesday he was
named Southeastern Conference
defense player of the week by
United Press International.
UPls accolade as SEC of
offense player of the week went,
for the second time this season,
to sophomore quarterback
Archie Manning of Mississippi
who broke five long-time Charlie
Conerly records while leading
the Rebels to a come-from come-frombehind
behind come-frombehind 21-13 victory over
Southern Mississippi.
Weatherford, already
recognized as one of the top
defensive backs in the South,
was at his best against Alabama.
He broke up eight passes-three

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outstanding performance for
Theta Chi as they won their
second straight with a 15-9,15-9
pair of wins over Phi Ep. Burt
Blofstein blew in a few for the
PEEPS.
Delta Sigma Phi had to work
to plow under the AGRs as they
won their match 18-16, 10-15,
16-14. The TEKES won their
first game as they knocked off
Phi Psi in two consecutive
games, 15-8,16-14.
Chi Phi moved into first place
as they defeated Delta Chi in a
pair, 15-12, 15-4. Chi Phi is a
co-favorite to take this years
Presidents Cup. The other
co-favorite is half the league.
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of them apparent touchdowns
and another an attempted
two-pointer, made key tackles
throughout the game, and last
but far from least blocked a
last-second field goal which
would have won the game for
Alabama.
Nobody told me to change
places, Weatherford said. I
just though it was a good idea.
Mississippi was down 7-0 with
nine minutes left to play
Saturday when Manning really
got cranked up. The rangy
sophomore led the Rebels to a
quick 21 points, scoring one
touchdown himself and passing
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to win over the Lambda Chi
Alphas. The Delts had won a
game before the protest.
In Hume Area Gaddum and
Yeaton sections are in first place
in their brackets.
Graham Area leaders are
Crandall and Henderson in one
bracket and Hadley and Atkins
in the other.
The East Campus dorms are
led by Jennings II and Reid IV
in bracket I, while Reid I and
Reid II lead bracket 11.
There are four brackets in
Murphree area. The leaders are
starting with bracket I are
Fletcher N, bracket II Sleed G,
bracket 111 Fletcher J and
bracket IV Murphree G.
The Tolbert area standings
have Tolbert 111 and Tolbert IV
tied for the lead in bracket I
with a three way tie in Bracket
II between North 111, South II
and Tolbert 11.

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come.
The Squareback and Fastback. Both
have disk brakes, an electronically con controlled
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fully automatic transmission.
If youre interested, its available as
an option on our '69 models.
If youre not interested, we sure went
to a lot of trouble for nothing.