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Drugs On Campus IncreasingMorrison

(Editors Note: The following
story is the resalt of as interview
with an investigator of the
University Police Department in
an attempt to report the campus
drug usage situation as it is seen
by campus law enforcement
officials).
By KATHIE KEIM
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Usage of drugs and narcotics
on the UF campus has
increased significantly,
although only about 10-15 per
cent of the student body can be
truly classified as regular users,
an investigator for the University

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Glick at the SG book exchange at the Reitz Union colonnade.
Students may buy and sell books at the exchange for the price the
seller requests. The service is open from 11 bjh. to 4 p-m.
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There's a difference between alcohol and something
like marijuana Alcohol merely depresses. Marijuana
distorts, it impairs judgment and memory, it unleashes
all sorts of inner tensions that wouldn't upset the j
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Police Department said
Thursday.
Beyond this, says John K.
Morrison, there is an additional
25 per cent who are occasional

>sers, plus another 10-15 per
cent that are one-time samplers
who do not repeat.
These estimated figures are
much higher than figures for

University of Florida, Gainesville

CITES KANGAROO COURT
Simpson Floor Quits
Dorm Area Council

By ELLEN DUPUY
Alligator Staff Writer
For the first time in the
history of Interhall Council, an
individual dorm floor has
seceded from an area council.
The first floor of Simpson
Hall in the Graham Area Council
submitted its resignation from
Graham Area because it is
neither fit nor, in our eyes,
qualified to govern or be the
voice of Graham Area
residents.
First floor Simpson proposes
to set up a governing board of
five elected members to consider
the actions and activities that
concern the individuals of the
hall.
The action comes as a result
of a kangaroo court held by
the area council because of open
housing regulations that were
violated.
Several Simpson Hall men
were involved in breaking the
regulation but felt the council
had no powers to punish them.
Atony Christmas
Todays edition concludes
publication of the Alligator
for this term. The paper will
resume publication Monday,
Jan. 6,1969.
The Alligator staff wishes
all its readers success on the
final exams and a happy
holiday break.

mas
..*** * * *

past years, he indicated.
The wide usage of drugs
presents a problem for police,
Morrison said, because of the ill
effects drugs can create.

Rick Katz, past Interhall
president, said the floor was
perfectly legal in its move.
Actually the area council has
no judiciary powers in this
matter, said Katz.
To my knowlege the Area
Council has never passed an
amendment giving themselves
judiciary powers. Without
amending the constitution they
have no legal powers to punish
the offenders, said Katz.
The men come under the
judiciary powers of the Dean of
Mens office.
A representative of first floor
Simpson, who wishes to remain
unidentified, said the floor

] Zoologists Protest j
Paying To Park j
The first major resistance to the proposed parking tee for UF
students and faculty members was voiced this week by members of
the Department of Zoology.
In a petition to all UF Faculty members, 16 professors and
instructors called on them to refuse to pay the so-called parking fee*
proposed by the Traffic Planning Office in January.**
The plan calls for all students wishing parking permits to pay a $lO
fee with faculty members adding an additional $25.
This will not solve any parking problems that the present permit
system is unable to handle,** the petition said. Thus we urge that all
faculty of all departments on campus join with us in refusing to pay
this unwarranted assessment.**
Signing the petition were J.H. Gregg, E.G.F. Sauer, D.W. Johnston,
JD. Kirby, J.D. McCrone, B.K. McNab, F.G. Nordlie, J.L. Nation.
Also, W.E.S. Garj, T.C. Emmel, C.A. Lanciani, J. Raiskind, S.G.
Zam, J.F. Anderson and E.V. Gourley.

Os all the people 1 have ever
talked to, and Ive talked to
quite a few, 1 have never met
any drug users who did not
display some sort of personality
weakness or psychological
problems, Morrison said.
Some go home absolutely
shattered.
Some students try to
rationalize by saying the use of
marijuana is like getting drunk
without the hangover.
Theres a difference between
alcohol and something like
marijuana. he said. Alcohol
(SEE DRUGS, PAGE 3)

Friday, December 6, 1968

intends to be charted by
Interhall and will follow
Interhall policies.
The floor will declare itself a
separate Area Council, apart
from the Graham Council, and
will have an elected president
and floor representative to make
the affiliation legal.
Katz said this action was
indeed legal and he has heard
rumors of other floors and halls
wanting to do the same.
To my knowlege this is the
first time a floor has taken this
action at UF, said Katz.
(SEESIMPSON, PAGE 2)



Page 2

!, Th* Florida Alligator, Friday, Dacambar 8,1968

New Violence Rocks San Francisco State

SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)
Student demonstrators and
Negro civic leaders clashed with
police Thursday in new violence
at San Francisco State
College. Between 10 and 20
persons were arrested, including
some of the black leaders. At
least two persons were injured.
The melee followed a noon
rally staged by militants in
defiance of emergency
regulations issued by Acting
President S. I. Hay aka wa. About
100 members of the Negro
community joined in the rally
attended by about 2,000 of the
colleges 18,000 students.
Afterwards, about 1,000 of
the students marched on the
administration building where
they pounded on the walls and
chanted, We want the puppet.
Many students managed to
push their way into the main

UF Police Ready
For Disturbances
By JANIE GOULD
Alligator Staff Writer

If a student disturbance ever erupts at the UF, 25 riot-ready
policemen could be on the scene within 30 minutes, University Police
Chief Audie Shuler said Thursday.
We have no exact plan, he said, because we dont know how
large the disruption would be. But, we could round up 25 policemen
and, if we needed more, we could get assistance from the city, county,
or from state highway troopers.
There are 39 officers on the campus police force, but some are
elderly, and would not be sent to a demonstration.
The policemens purpose, he said, would be to prevent the
disruption from getting any larger, and to protect the UF.
The chemical Mace, which he called more humane than clubs or
blackjacks, would be used to prevent damage to property or to a
person.
Mace is used in lieu of striking objects, he said, because it just
hurts for a short time.
To my knowledge, weve never struck a person, he added.
Almost anyone would rather have the effect of Mace, he said,
than be struck over the head.
Mace is one of the best things to come out of the police
department in several years he said, but added it is used only as a last
resort.
The decision to use Mace is left to the individual officer, but he
must make a complete and detailed report, which is reviewed,
Roberts said.
The use of Mace is now a part of police training, Roberts said, and
since the advent of Mace, there have been no blackjacks or leather
blunt objects used by the police.
Roberts denied that any secret file of participants in
demonstrations is kept, only the fact that a demonstration occurred,
plus its sponsors and leaders.
When questioned about the report released Sunday charging the
Chicago police with excessive violence in the riots during the
Democratic convention last summer, Shuler claimed no knowledge of
the report.
Simpson Floor Quits
Dorm Area Council

IHI non rat on
Graham Area Council
President Sue Johnson and the
resident counselor, Ron
Cookston, could not be reached
for comment.
The proceedings during the
kangaroo court and the

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photographs of past presidents
hanging on the walls.
Hie demonstrators retreated
when four policemen and a
campus guard drew their service
revolvers and squirted them with
mace teargas. In the bedlam, a
demonstrator dropped an
attache case and out fell a
loaded .45 caliber automatic and
an explosive device.
As some students raced to
another building for a
window-smashing spree,
Hayakawa went on the campus
address system.
Clear the campus, he
declared. You have been
warned. Police have been |
instructed to clear the campus.
You have a few minutes to get
off on your own initiative. There
are no innocent bystanders any
more.

punishments dealt to the
offenders of the open-housing
rules were not disclosed.
This is not the first time such
a court has been held in Graham.
Several weeks ago second floor
Graham girls who participated in
a Tide Slide were also
punished by a similar court.

The fiery little semanticist did
not close the campus, however.
He stood firm against demands

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merely depresses. Marijuana
distorts, it impairs judgment
and memory, it unleashes all
sorts of inner tensions that
wouldn't upset the normal
person.
Users become more
interested in pot than in
anything else.
And I'm citing medical
evidence when I say that,
Morrison said.
Morrison emphasized a need
for increased contact with the
police department for halting of
drug abuse, although he said
dozens of students had
already contacted him in recent
weeks seeking assistance in
dealing with roommates and
friends who were users and
pushers.
Any information received by
the police department on drug
usage is kept strictly
confidential, he said, although
the department has a policy of
not taking anonymous tips.
If anyone wants to talk
about it, we'll listen in
confidence. This is a 24-hour
invitation, Morrison stated. It
may sound corny, but we're very
seriously concerned.
Persons bringing in samples of
what they know is being sold,
Morrison said, would be
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police.
Samples can be used for
analysis and for justification for
search Warrants of homes of
suspected pushers."
We do know the
information exists. £or instance,
I made a talk at one of the
sorority houses recently and
mentioned drug abuse in passing.
Afterwards, three girls
volunteered information on drug
users they knew.
That was out of a group of
only 25 or 30. Thats a sizeable
number, although there may
have been others with
information who were afraid or
reluctant to venture the fact that
they had information.
Drugs create other problems
in addition to the psychological
problems and mental upset,
Morrison said.
Fo r instance, narcotics and
drug consumption is quite often
accompanied by crime of some
sort, whether it be theft to raise
money for more drugs or
violence resulting from drug
activity.
Already in Gainesville we
have seen a narcotics ring turn
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shipments of grass, he said.
The proper approach for
slowing down the activities of
drug users and distributors
presents a problem for
authorities.
It's hard to tell whether we
should attack pushers or
consumers, Morrison said.
While we recognize that
pushers provide a great threat,
we still recognize that without
the consumers there would be
no pushers.
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pushers we eliminate, more will
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\, Th# Florida Alligator, Friday, Oacambar 6,1968

Page 4

IU CHRISTMAS MESSAGE
OConnell Urges
Unselfish Concern
' By CHRIS SCHAUSEIL
Alligator Staff Writer
In his annual Christmas speech Wednesday evening UF president
Stephen OConnell condemned recent indignities suffered by two
international non-white students.
In November two students were insulted, spat upon and one
was physically accosted by white males of college age, OConnell
told the University Auditorium crowd.
One has left this institution and the other one is planning to leave,
he said.
OConnell said he had talked to one of the students, and called him
dignified, intelligent and courteous. He was not an advocate of
any cause, he only wanted the benefits of an education and not to
be abused, OConnell said. ij
There are a great number of students and oldsters, including
young Floridians, those out of state and some from other countries;
some have white skins, others do not, who are lonely, troubled
and heartsick because they have not found or been given the love of
a fellow human being, OConnell said.
Many have left the university because they could not find
acceptance or courteous treatment here, he said.
The president lashed out against the mistreatment for such
conduct by one human being against another is indefensible.
But condemnation is not an answer, he stressed.
The University policy is well understood and observed officially.
The only answer must come from the minds and hearts of
individuals.
We will have caught the Christmas spirit when we let the tree we
lit be... an image of ourselves rising out of the gloom of
narrowness-of-mind into the luminous heights of concern... for
others he said.
The presidents Christmas message was sponsored by the University
Religious Association.
The speech followed Christmas carols, led by the University Choir
under the direction of Dr. Keister.
The Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony, sponsored by the Mortar
Board, was held outside the Auditorium preceeding the Christmas
message.
A procession of Mortar Board carolers with red lanterns swinging in
the dark led the crowd of about 300 in carols before scripture was
read, and the tree lighted.
Mrs. Stephen OConnell joined the Mortar Board carolers in song.
The tree lighting ceremony and the presidents Christmas speech
has been a UF tradition since 1954, Jeff Warren, chairman of
Christmas on Campus, said.
After the presidents speech, he was approached by several students
wishing to know who the mistreated student was, and how they could
help alleviate similar problems.
OConnell said he was pleased, but added this can be overdone
and that attention was not the same as true friendship.
Hot cocoa and doughnuts were served after the ceremony.
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NEW YEARS: Starting Jan. 1,
Everywhere (almost, again), 365
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Girls signing up must be
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According to special
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indicated that a replacement will
be named soon or that a
particular person is under special
consideration.
There would be no date
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, The Florida AfHfator, Friday, Pacambar 6,1968

Page 6

EDITORIAL
Peace On Earth

Peace on earth. Good will toward men.
Christmas dawns on a troubled America,
an uncertain world.
Christmas and peace on earth.
Two-hundred fifty-seven North Vietnamese
die near the demilitarized zone. Thirty-two
American boys perish, scores of others
maimed. Thieu refuses to recognize the
National Liberation Front in Paris.
Thousands of defeated, starving Biafrans
desert their homeland, turning away from
even their loved ones in their flight. A
tattered, bleeding Jordanian holds his dying
son in his arms. The tears of agony cannot
be dammed.
He hugs the child to him and wonders
about:
Peace on earth.
Good will toward men.
A gleaming metal helmet. High boots with
lead tips. Twenty-four inches of hard, black
wood, bright, glistening and caked with
dried blood and flayed skin. A badge on the
protector of law and order in Americas
streets.
Particularly streets in Chicago, San
Francisco, Brooklyn, and Selma,
The club hurtles through the air. The
crimson flow of blood, gushing and spurting,
staining shirts, matting hair, dripping into
widening pools in the streets of America.

Good morning. This is your
final inquizator. Again, like last
Thanksgiving, I wouldnt want
to leave you with questions that
might stymie you for your entire
| vacation. Hence I submit
> questions of great easiness. I
hate to leave this column. I love
j you all.
Todays questions:
1. How do you spell the
word FUN?
2. What is satin? a. a soft,

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Joining The Army To Play In A Band
By LeWIS Rothleill

Well, your observer is going
away.
He is joining the army not to
fight, but to play in a band.
Because of the system the way it
is presently, which is bombastic,
and financial matters, and
certain other things, there is for
him no other choice.
But before he goes, there are a
few things about Gainesville and
the world hed like to say:
(Pardon my irregular, faulty,
unjournalistic, ungrammatical
transition from HE to I).
Yes, the system of the draft is
bombastic. A guy has to wait for

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The Alligator Inquizitor
By LEWIS ROTHLEIN

velvety material b. the word
that comes before on the dock
in the bay c. the father of
Rosemarys baby d. can I
choose another word?
3. What brand of cigarettes
does this slogan refer to: Us
Tareyton smokers would rather
fight than switch?
4. Who won the recent
national presidential contest?
a. Nixon b. Nixon c. Nixon
d. Nixon e. all of these
5. What kind of animal goes

seven years with this thing
hanging over his head. Yes, a
lottery system is the only fair
way. And to those people who
maintain that a college grad is
more important to society than
the farmer 1 say not so. Without
the farmer, thered be no college
grad.
This college is on its way. It is
moving in the right direction.
The administration, student and
faculty leaders are moving in the
right direction. Theyve
abolished compulsory ROTC,
almost abolished curfews, and
whenever something against this
forward direction comes up, it is
questioned. It wasnt always like
this.

Kids who die a little every time their
brothers and friends die forever in far-away
Asia. Kids fed up with talks of peace and
acts of .war. Kids who fear the seemingly
endless destruction of human lives and the
threat .that this war could become
humanitys last.
Incorrigible punks who want thrills and
spills at any cost. Their shouted hate: Crfps
are pigs.
Defenders of freedom and protectors of
order, bigoted, belligerent, and afraid.
Spewing rage and hate.
All together in the streets of America.
Joining hands and hearts with ... good
will toward men.
The Christmas season and a restless
campus, beset with problems, plagued by
disdain.
A' black student accosted and spat upon.
A foreign student shunned and ignored. An
American student alone and forgotten. A
campus teeming with good will.
A haughty, scathing resolution: get tough
with militants; use all available force. A
bearded student arrested for putting up a
sign. A rally in the plaza. Words of
bitterness, frustration, futility.
A rock-hard administration, unwilling to
move, unable to give. Stubborn and reckless.

hoot-hoot? a. an owl b. a train:*
c. bee rhymes with me d. thej:
hootle e. stigulatory plascencej;
6. Who starred in the Elvis:;
Presley Television Special? :
Yesterdays answers: 1. Losj;
Angeles, Ambassador; Memphis,:;
Lorraine 2. Tubby, Alvin,i;
beezleberries, Little Itch!;
3. Curtis Martin 4. Simon,:j
Alvin, Theodore 5. Genesis,*;
Numbers, Exodus, Leviticus,*:
Deuteronomy :
Dont sing Taps to me today.-:

With some more money,
reputation; and some less
discrimination and Board of
Regents, well be OK.
If Gainesville keeps Parkers
Bar-B-Que, the State Theatre,
and the Union Recreation room
(plus the other movie theatres,
even the Suburbia drive-in), it
wont be hurtin' too much for
something to do.
I really did want to hear the
century tower bells.
And for those of you who dont
know anything about it, dont
miss Dr. Graeffes play this year.
Keep your eyes open for it.
If it interests you. the Alligator
staff is a bunch of fabulous nuts.
Thank goodness for thinking
people likePierleoni to keep the
voice going, and there will never
be another person like David
Chafin (no comment).
People dont appreciate it, but

The Florida Alligator"*
Th price of freedom
is the exercise of responsibilitv."
Harold Aldrich I
Dave Doucette I
T) + L Managing Editor B
VoufotJuA Dave Reddick ja mes Cook I
Assignments Editor News Editor
Altogether a powder keg with a lit fuse, I
the tiny spark inching its way toward its I
flaming destination. 1
Heading certainly for peace on earth. 1
Pause for a moment and reflect. Peace on
earth and good will toward men. Yet, the 1
world today, America today, the University 1
of Florida today. 1
But surely, with only the simple virtues I
of understanding and patience, peace on 1
earth and good will toward men could be so I
much more than just an elusive, unattainable
dream.
That dream must find its way to reality.
Or we may dream no more.
J. r

this is a beautiful, green campus.
I hope it stays that way.
I wish to express my sincere
appreciation to Servomation,
who, on the day of my Boycott
the Grapes column, served three
racks full of grapes all day.
Im really not hung on the Grape
issue, but I wish people would
think more about it.
I also wish people would think
more about other people. That
when someone talks to them, let
them try really listening for
once, and not think about other
things.
I wish people would think more
about God, virginity, people,
killing, and less about what
other people will think.
And doing things because their
parents would want it that way.
f wish the campus police would
do something about all the

blind sjK'ts for drivers going
from the university to 13th, or
University Avenue. And I
congratulate the cops for now
giving parking tickets on
Sunday, something new! Keep it
up, boys.
And if youre ever considering a
panty raid, travel in groups of
two meet spontaneously at a
certain spot at some exact time
it is groups of three or larger
which constitute an unlawful
assembly.
I hope that everybody does what
they want to do in life, its your
only life, and you are the most
important part of it and I d
like to leave you with an
important philosophy of mine to
think about not to extend,
but to think about:
The more natural you live and
be, the less hang-ups youll have.
GT>ye.



UF Registration Is
Test Os Cunning
MR. EDITOR:
I have just read the grim possibilities of mechanized registration,
a system by which students will lose any control over their course
schedulings.
Registration as it now stands provides a kind of comprehensive
obstacle course; it is a test of endurance, cunning, and eloquence, for
only the truly eloquent are able to convince weary and harassed
counselors to OK a preferred schedule. I doubt that the proposed new
system can set such rigid mental and physical standards for
participants.
Since short (but inspirational!) quotes are so popular now, I chosen
the following as quite descriptive of our present situation:
That which does not kill, strengthens.
PATRICIA BICKERSTAFF, 2UC

So Sorry, Comrade
Capitalism Is Clean

MR. EDITOR:
Lee Hillikers jibe at
capitalism as hunting out every
last vestige of humanity and
leaving in its place a plethora of
tin cans is certainly amusing. If
it werent for capitalism, he

Thanks For
Hume Spirit
M|L EDITOR:
The residents and staff of
Hume Hall would like to
publicly acknowledge and thank
Mr. Ken Villard for the great job
which he has done. In the brief
period Mr. Villard has been
counselor and area coordinator,
he has helped to create a vibrant
spirit which will help Hume
continue to become a complete
living and learning center at the
University.
We believe Mr. Villard will be
an asset wherever he goes, and
wish him and his wife the best in
all they seek.
THE RESIDENTS AND STAFF
HUME HALL

Students Want To Choose

MR. EDITOR:
The proposal to facilitate
registration by eliminating
student preferences as to course
section may indeed simplify the
administration's problems in this
area. Frankly, I care not.
The only criteria which
should be used is whether or not
this change will aid the student
in his or her education.

In order to appear in the
Alligator, letters to the editor
moat be typed and signed and
should not exceed 300 words
in length. Writers' names may
be withheld from publication
for just' cause. The editor
reserves the right to edit al
letters in the interest of
spsce.

would probably be pulling a
plow in a corn field right now,
sparing us of his insipid ravings.
Perhaps he would rather live
under Communism as a slave
laborer, or under socialism as a
free laborer. I feel it only fair to
warm Mr. Hilliker that he is out
of date with the Party Line. The
Soviets discovered long ago that
capitalism is not a dirty word
after all. So sorry, Comrade!
BRENT COX, lUC

Speaking Out

Is Democracy Dead In Senate?

I attended two meetings this
week. Their differences were so
dramatic that I could hardly
believe I had attended two
meetings on the same day and
on the same campus.
On Tuesday afternoon the
Faculty Senate had one of its
irregular and usually
unspectacular meetings. But this
one was different, because two
very important and conflicting

Perhaps many students do
not care who teaches the section
they attend. It is quite easy to
understand why. However, there
are at least a few who do care
and who will not enroll in
certain sections because of the
particular teacher involved.
It is more than reasonable to
adapt the system to those
choices, since (1) I pay for my
education, both as a student and
a taxpayer (2) I am the reason
why you, the administration,
and you, the faculty, have jobs
as administrators and teachers
(3) I possess some vague notion
of my own needs and interests as
related to education otherwise
I should not be here.
Once again 1 feel compelled
to point out that if the concern
for the student is what is

OPEN FORI/M:
Adfiami ViMtot
"Than is mo hops far the complacent mam."

Finding The Naked Blonde

By JOHN PARKER
Modem man is assaulted daily with a vast barrage
of mass media-orientated garbage. Most of the time
a good portion of it is successfully ignored, as is
necessary for the sake of sanity. Only when the
tripe becomes particularly innocuous are feeble
voices raised in protest. 1
Protest takes many forms. One friend, a mild
thoughtful philosophy major takes particular delight
in going to the soap department his local grocery
store and stepping on the doves,
Television used to be the nuihber one contender
for the assinity title, with bill boards running a close
second.
The radio industry is now in contention.
Yes, fans, all you have to do is listen to the,
clues every IS minutes for the next three years and
you may be able to locate the naked blonde girl we
have hidden somewhere within the city limits of
Gainesville. Should you locate this nude lovely, you
will be the winner of a three week vacation for two
in Warsaw, a completely renovated Edsel with
leather seat covers, a screen play in Hollywood for
the new movie, Gidget Goes Topless, three bags
of jelly beans, and a partridge in a pear tree.
And now Kiddies, here is the S:4S clue:
I grow old, I grow old,

resolutions concerning students
were on the agenda. One,
sponsored by the AAUP
executive committee and two
professors, sought to reaffirm
the faculty's backing of the Bill
of Rights, and free speech and
assembly as per our
constitutional guarantees.
The other, sponsored by Dr.
John Greenman, sought to
sanction any type of preventive

expressed in the Action
Conference, then either the
speeches I hear there are
exercises ir deception, or those
same people don't understand
what they themselves say.
The contrast between what
goes on in an Action Conference
meeting and this proposal is like
a scene from Kafka. One really
wonders which is reality, until
actions are distinguished from
words.
For action, we have selective
law enforcement, for words, fair
treatment for all students; for
action, more mechanization in
several areas this fall, for words,
the Action Conference and the
President's Retreat. The list is
quite long and futile.
NORMA P. MUNN, 4AS

or violently repressive measures
which might be necessary to
bring campus demonstrations to
a halt. It also seemed to be not
really relevant to our campus
and its protest groups, it really
seemed to be aimed at the
Berkeley, Columbia, and San
Francisco State radicals who
have disrupted classes, not just
disturbed squirrels in the Plaza
of the Americas.
At first several of the faculty
tried to expel the press from the
meeting. After that failed, they
tried to get the students present
to leave, but we were allowed to
be seated in the first two rows,
right under the watchful eye of
President O'Connell himself.
Then a motion was made to
send both resolutions back to
committee. It passed. Then a
motion to set up yet another
Presidential committee passed,
and finally President O'Connell
made his long overdue speech
condemning the racism which
forced a foreign student to leave
the vine clad halls.
But what really disturbed me
about the meeting was the
conservatism and delaying red
tape that seemed to be present
at every turn. When a faculty
member asked to be able to
appear before the committee the
chairman of the committee
seemed very reluctant to allow
him to appear, saying that the

Friday, Dacambar 6.1988, Tha Florida Allifrtor,

I kiss a nurse and catch a cold,
Where are the Snowdens of Yesteryear?
The thing that really compounds the whole
frightful practice is the fact that the various stations
have taken to competing with each other in an
effort to out do the other's absurdity. If you are not
particularly taken with nude blondes, a flip of the
dial may reveal a missing nude brunette. For the
more sedate, the FM stations may turn up with a
fully-clothed redhead (in a neat bun) with a Ph.D. in
the heroic couplet in England 1798-1803.
One can't help but long for the good *ol days
when the stations sponsored simple little dedication
shows for promotion among the teenies:
"Hiya groovey baby. What's your name?
(Giggle)
"Come on there, daddy-o. You sound like a real
crazy cat. Tell all our WARP listeners who vou are if
you want to dedicate this song.* 1 (Giggle)
This enthralling dialogue generally took the
better part of a day. Finally the dedication would
come out.
"All right, for all you diggers of platters that
matter, you heard it! Here it is, Murg Dump and the
Sludgemakers singing "Wo, Wo, Yeah for Terry
and Billy and Johnnie and Ralph, and Henry the
Rat, Fink, Moss Mouth, Blubber, Pimples, Creep,,
bubble nose, Freaky, Zeke, Lefty, Joker, Hank,
Twang, The Moose, and all my love to Drooler.
On re-evaluation, the naked blonde somehow
seems infinitely more preferable.

By Mike Hittleman

meetings were usually closed to
everyone but his five-man
committee.
Then someone jokingly
commented that if we opened
those kind of meetings we might
be wanting too much democracy
in the Faculty Senate. The
faculty member, seeing the
futility in fighting this system,
withdrew his protests.
That night though, I went to
the Student Senate meeting. I
found it a welcome contrast to
the lesson in inaction I had been
exposed to that afternoon.
Motions and resolutions were
debated and passed, the students
interests were carefully weighed,
anil progress was made.
Most of the delaying actions
and secretiveness of the Faculty
meeting was non-existent here.
They welcomed all attempts at
participatory democracy..
Hopefully, enough of the
faculty will not vote for
repression, and defeat the
Greenman resolution. But after
watching both meetings I can
only conclude that the faculty
could take lessons from the
students in having a
democratically run organization.
Yes, I have enough faith in
democracy to believe that too
much of it can never be bad. It
can only allow more progress
and dialogue on the problems we
so evidently have on this
campus.

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'Environment: Unique, Creative

Editor's Note: This is a
students hupmsion of the
December exhibition at the
University Gallery. The offering,
which premiered Wednesday, is
termed by Director of the UF
Galevy Roy C Craven, one of
the most unique and creative
presentations we have yet
offered the campus and the
Gainesville public.''
By BARBARA PUSCH
Alligator CorrMpondant
The sign read Naked Feet
Only.'* As I waited outside the
door with my shoes in my hand
and frozen feet, weird sounds
emitted from inside, including
the frightful screams and
surprised voices of those who
had already ventured in. This
was Environment.
A loud-speaker was hung in
the entrance and hummed a high
pitched tone which entered into
my brain cells and effected my
functioning abilities. It grew
dark, so dark that I couldn't
even see that incessant hum as it
traveled through my mind.
A tunnel three feet wide was
my first obstacle. Plastic strips
and something, about the
diameter of bamboo shoots,
hung in long strips from the
ceiling.
As my brain fought off the
hum, and my hands fought the
entwining jungle, my disgruntled
feet were afraid to tread further.
I padded through this plastic
barrier over a soft, spongy
substance which comprised the
floor. The cushioning was
Miss UF
Contest
Postponed
The Miss UF contest,
originally scheduled for Jan.
17-18, has been postponed until
the spring quarter.
The contest will be held April
3-4, in order to give the contest
committee more time to arrange
for prizes and to give prospective
contestants time to organize
talent acts and otherwise
become more prepared for the
contest.
New applications and
information will be sent out to
sponsoring organizations about
the middle of next quarter.

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followed by prickly mats and
my feet began to laugjh. Clouds
of plastic ended the first phase
of involvement. The rest was up
tome.
Blarring psychedelic music
projected its tone and volume
through flashing lights mounted
on a triangular reflector.
Geometric patterns in
three-dimensional figures made
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4 In music
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1222 NORTH MAINjST.
9:30 AM-9:00 PM Mon-Fri

Hendrix and the Iron
Butteefly obliterated my friend
the hum and brought me back to
my senses as if they weren't
distraught enough!
Pop art tied the anisic, designs
and lights together to keep the
whole effect from floating away
and entering the unreal.
Seagram's, Pepsi, and US

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Sponsored by
Health Center Branch
front of tho auditorium \
'lf Tako advantage of the
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Gypsum gave the dimensions to
the frames. Distorted pictures
were flashed onto aluminum
reflectors and into geometric
cubbyholes.
As I neared the end, which
really had no end, a smiling
young lady of billboard size left
me with BE A GOOD GUY. You
too.

Frieday, December 6, 1968, The Florida Alligator

MACHWk COUNTY
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

g FORSALE |
saiwinw
New tlrea, S4O. Cad Duane after 6,
376-6983. (A-3t-50-p)
1967 Triumph 6id cc excellent
condition helmet Included. Can
Cheryl at 392-7603 after 5:00 p.m.
(A-3t-50-p)
ANTIQUES UNIQUE := ~ageieu
gifts to cheer a heart or home. 1791
NE 23 Blvd. Closed Monday.
1966 Honda 125 Scrambler, yellow.
Less than 1500 miles. $330. Call
376-6993. (A-3t-50-p)
For Sales everything, large lighted
bar, benights, mtsc. apt. decorations,
rugs, some furniture, dishes, post &
pans, portable TV everything for
$lOOl Ph. 372-6443. (A-3t-50-p)
1967 HONDA 450. 43 hp, very fast,
good condition, priced to sell fast,
$550. YAMAHA TD-1B production
road racer, 35 hp 130 mph, new
Dunlop triangles, $450 with fairing,
Call Jon 372-9370. (A-3t-50-p)
Cheapl Reliable! Your very own
bike, 26 In. black engllsh racer, 2
weeks old. A SSO value going for
$35. Don't hassle with parking any
more. Call Bob, 378-4204.
(A-3t-SO-p)
Honda 305 Super Hawk. Excellent
condition, must see to appreciate.
1966 model, never abused, no need
for worry, $450 or best offer. Call
376-1819. (A-3t-50-p)
8x36 mobile home with Bxls
cabana, ahr conditioned, completely
furnished, 2 bedrooms, close to
campus, SISOO or best offer. Call
372-0690. (A-3t-50*p)
11 in. Sears TV only 9 mos. old best
offer over S7O call 376-9774.
(A-2t-51-p)
COLOR TV must sacrifice asking
$125 console 265 sg In Call 376-7439
ask for John or leave message
(A-51-2tp)
BASENJI Pups AKC reg. Choice
ofltter Some shred by Ch. Reveille
Relay to Wilbarrle sl2s.xand up
after 4 p.m. phone 481-2362.
(A-51-2t-pJ
Honda 50 must sell by end of
finals. All new engine, low mileage, a
good buy for SIOO. Call Douglas Hart
at 376-9208 or 376-0008.
(A-lt-52-p)
QUNS GUNS """SUNS
Inventory over 450 Buy Sell
Trade Repair. Reloading Supplies.
Custom Reloading. HARRY
BECKWITH, GUN DEALER,
MICANOPY, 466-3340. (A-ts-49-p)
Residential Lots and small Acreage
Plots, reasonable restrictions, 12
miles South or about 15 minutes
drive from University of Florida.
Lake Front Property 11 acres with
nice Lot fronting on Lake Annie, 20
miles East of Gainesville. $7,250.
Good terms to approved buyer.
Roberts C. Smith, Reg. Real Estate
Broker, U.S. Hwy. 441, Micanopy
Fla. Ph. 466-3120. (A-51-2t-p)
ALLSTATE MO-PED, less than 75
miles, SBS, must sell. 2 month old
English bicycle, cost S4B, sell for
S3O. Call 378-9608. (A-lt-52-p)
Honda 450 Scrambler. Extra chrome,
in perfect shape, must sell
immediately, need cash. $675 or best
offer. Must see to appreciate. Call
378-6651. (A-lt-52-p)

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1 FOR SALE |
MUST SELL: Suzuki 80 with helmet
$l5O. Ask for Bill, rm. 97, 372-9352.
| FOR RENT \
kc-x-v-m
Must sub-lease 1 br furn. apt. for
winter quarter. No lease. Free
utilities except gas. Two blocks from
grad. lib. SBO mo. 116 NW 16 St.
(B-2t-51-p)
For 1 coed who wants swinging
efficiency apt. near campus, AC,
carpeted, private patio, $67.50/mo.
Call Dianne at 378-3923. (B-lt-52-p)
Sublease 2 Br. Village Park apt.
starting Winter Quarter. Call
372-5792 or come by no. 14.
(B-3t-50-p)
Sublease ColLge Terrace apt. for 1 or
2 persons. Vi block from campus
376-9889. (B-3t-50-p)
Furnished downstairs apt., 2 Br., Air
conditioned. Call after 5:30,
378-7845. (B-48-ts-c)
A beautiful 2 bedroom unfurnished
brick deplex apartment S9O/mo., no
lease required, best apt. buy In
Gainesville. Call 372-5817.
(B-3t-50-p)
College Terrace adj. to univ. lease
available Dec. 15 to June 15. Ramp
parking, pool, AC, elevator, s34sqt.
single, or $375 double occ. Utilities
included. Ph. 378-2221. (B-3t-50-p)
Must sublet 2 Br. Landmark Apt.
January 1. AC, pool, dishwasher. Call
372-6409. (B-3t-50-p)
Furnished AC off. private parking
two blocks from campus SBO per
month call 378-8203 (B-2t-51-p)
Furnished one bedroom
APARTMENT will become available
on Dec. 15. Rent payed thru end of
month. Airconditioned, Good
location Call 378-9277. (B-2t-51-p)
Must suo-iease 1-BR furn apt. for
winter quarter. No lease. Free
utilities except gas. Two Blocks from
grad lib. SBO mo. 116 N.w 16 St.
(B-2t-61-p)
Roommate needed to sublet V*
landmark apt. Dec. Rent paid. sec.
deposit paid. $45 mo. Cali Dave
376-3643- Apt. 7 move in anytime.
(B-2t-51-p)
Moving into frat house, must sublet
my space In 4-man poolside apt. In
tanglewood, starting Jan. $47.50/mo.
tutl. You keep my security deposits
Mark 376-9129. (B-st-49-p)
Furnished 2-bedroom apt. central air
and heat. Carpet. Rent paid to Jan. 1.
available by Dec. IS Call 378-3408.
(B-2t-51-p)
To sublet 1-bedrm.. apartment, AC
$lO4/mo. Available Dec 15, or Jan 1,
If desired. Four bloocks to campus.
Call 378-0584 or 372-1714.
(B-2t-51-p)
Must sublet lbr townhouse AC and
heat, walking dlst. to campus, Dec.
rent pd. avail. Imme. willing to
bargain, $l2O per month, 378-7067
for Shelly (B-2t-51-p)
Sublet 1 BR apt. Frederick Gardens.
$l2O per mo. Rent paid thru Jan. 1.
Apt. furnished & AC. Call after 3
p.m., 372-5948. (B-4t-49-p)
Sublease 2 br! apt., University
Gardens, at low 12 mo. lease rate.
Available Dec. 20. Call 376-1404
evenings. (B-3t-50-p)

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r FOR RENT I
Private room, one block from old law
school. Central heat and AC, Moans,
maid service and kitchen privileges.
' Call 372-6263. (B-3t-50-p)
I
Quiet spacious one bdrm. apt. to
sublet, all electric, tv, cable rent
paid thru Dec. Available Dec. 12.
Univ. Gardens apts. 378-6739.
(B-lt-52-p)
Sublet one bedroom Frederick Apt,
Jan. June or Jan. Aug.
Furnished, faces pool. Call 378-8993.
(B-3t-50-p)
MALE roommate. OWN ROOM In
spacious house. Must see to
appreciate. Short walk to campus.
$ 50/mo. 376-6072. (B-3t-50-p)
ip
One bedroom apt. furnished, AC,
carpeted, available Dec. 12 Apt. 145
Colonial Manor. Quiet, convenient.
(B-lt-52-p*
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Off-Campus Housing- Room and
Board SIBO per Qtr. Freshman and
sophomores eligible. Apply CoNegiate
Living Organization 117 NW 15th SL
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1 Br. furnished apt., central heat and
AC. 300 block NW 14th SL 2 Br.
sum. house, SW 34th St. area. 2 Br.
unfura. house, SW 34th area. Can
372-6263. (B-3t-50-p)
Sublet: two bedroom Village Park
apartment. Rent is $165 per mo. See
at apt. 81 or call 378-7265.
(B-lt-52-p)
Must sublet: one bedroom AC apt. 3
biks. from campus, washing machine
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All panelled 2 bdrm. furnished house.
Central heat. Sunken living room.
Just redecorated. Convenient to
campus. Available on or before Jan.
1. $l5O for 3, $l6O for 4, Cab Mrs.
Albertson at Town & Country
Realty. 376-4664. (B-3t-50-p)
.
Must sublet: 2 br furnished (or
unfurnished) apt. at the Summit
House Rent paid to Jan. Ist. Move
in immediately 376-9688.
(B-4t-49-c)



GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

1 WANfED I
Female roommate wanted for Jan.
Private room, AC, washer & dryer, 3
blocks from campus. $37.50/mo.
378-3291, 376-3582. (C-2t-49-p)
3rd Roommate to share 2 bedroom
ofympia apartment for winter or
remainder of year. Phone 378-7909
after 4:30. S4O/mo. (C-st-49-p)
Female roommate wanted for winter
term, French Quarter no. 21. Call
378-8730. (C-lt-52-p)
Female roommate needed for winter
or winter 6 spring quarter. Call
Lauren at 378-4376 after 5. One
bedroom apt. at Tanglewood.
(C-4t-49-p)
Male roommate for 2 bedroom apt.
Landmark Apts. 378-8438.
(C-lt-52-p)
Female roommate to share 2 bdrm.
Landmark Apt. with 3 others.
Beginning in Jan. Call 376-7344.
Ann, Suzy, Kathy. (C-lt-52-p)
Female roommate to share 1 bdrm.
apt. Colonial Manor. 1 block from
campus, move in now or Jan. Prefer
over 21. Call 372-7074. (C-lt-52-p)
Free rent for coed needed
to share fully equipped poolside
French Quarter apt. Immediate
occupancy available. Call 378-7988.
(C-lt-52-p)
Fantastic location & floorspace. Male
to room with Art and AE maj. 1636
W. Univ. Call 378-3413. (C-lt-52-p)
Female roommate to share one
bedroom lux. apt. in Gatortown apts.
Prefer grad student or working girl.
Call after 5:30. 372-0117.
(C-lt-52-p)
NEW ORLEANS Need riders.
Leaving Thurs. aft. or early Fri.
morn. Split gas. Must know good
jokes. Call 378-7295 after 6 p.m.
(C-lt-52-p)
Female roommate wanted for one
bedroom apartment near Campus.
$ 180/quarter. 372-6281. (C-lt-52-p)
Male roommate wanted to share pool
side 2 bedroom Tanglewood apt.
Good All American Roommates
Available Dec. 12 Call 372-5937.
(C-2t-51-p)
Two coeds to share spacious 3
bedroom house in town available Jan
Ist Total Rent 890 per month Call
Nancy 3784578 (C-2t-51-p)
Girls to share FQ apt strating Jan.
376-9659. (C-2t-51-p)
Must sublet apt. in Landmark.
Available starting Winter Quarter. It
Is a one bedroem facing the pool.
Price is $140.00 monthly. Contact
manager. (C-3t-50-p)
Need 1 female roommate for 1
bedroom Colonial Manor apt for
winter quarter CaH 378-6959 after
7:00. (C-2t-51-p)
Wanted: Female roommate to share
Luxurious poolside 1 bedroom
Landmark Apt. Reasonably priced,
available Dec. 17 378-1921 Inquire
apt. 156 (C-2t-51-p)
One or two male roommates to share
new 3 br. house. No deposit. Grad
student preferred. Call Steve at
378-7648 and leave name and
number. (C-3t-50-p)
2 roommates needed to share apt. 1
block from campus 33.75 per mo.
and Mi of expenses. Call Dennis or
Steve at 376-6101. (C-2t-51-p)
Roommate wanted secluded 2 br.
House -$46.50 per month plus 1/3
utilities 1229 SW 14th Avenue
3783455 3787441 ask for Roger or
Lester (L-2t-51-Pl
Fourth girl to share 2 bedroom
tanglewood apt. Prefer upper
Division Student with car. Ca**
376-1015 after 6:30 (C-2t-51-p)
Two coed roommates starting winter
quarter to mare two bedroom apt.
$38.75 a mo.'Butler Gardens can
372-3115 (C-2t-51-p)
Male roommate to share 2'bedroom
house. 2 mi. from campus. $42./mo.
and Mi utilities. Call 378-5472
mornings and after 5. (C-2t-51-p)
Male roommate to share two
bedroom apt. with 3 others beginning
winter quarter. AC, pool. S4O/mo.
and Mi util. 928 SW 16th Ave.
372-7291. (C-2t-51-p)
Needed 1 coed roommate to share
two bdrm apt, 72 Fr Qtr. available
Jan. 1. call 378-9934 anytime.
Male roommate, spacious poolside
apt. in Williamsburg Village. Call
376-0362 between 5-7 p.m.
(C-3t-50-p)
One female roommate for 16th ave.
apartment starting in January. Share
with three other girls, call 378-2017
or 378-0426 after 5:00 p.m.
(C-3t-50-p)
1 female roommate, over 21, to share
2"bdrm. apt doss to mad center. 57
20/mo. Can Kathy 378-8637 after 5
P.m. (C-2t-51-p)

1 WANTED :
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Roommate wanted January' Ist to'
snare two-bedroom apartment with
one 9irl. Call 376-0962. (C-50-3t-p)
Need 2 female roommates to share
bedroom In 2 bedroom apt. In
Landmark apts. On pool, call
378-3378. (C-3t-50-p)
Really want to stay here -rdPms.,
Ac > TV, need 2 coed roommates,
$43/mo. Call Liz, 378-6608.
(C-3t-50-p)
One male roommate needed to share
two bedroom apt. with two others.
Call 378-5748 for money-saving
details, K-l, Summit House.
(C-3t-50-p) u
Male roommate to share modem two
bedroom apartment with two others.
Call 372-6648 for information.
(C-3t-50-p)
Studious male roommate to share
two bedroom apartment with three
others. Summit House. Call
372-6959. (C-6t-48-p)
Two male roommates needed at
Village Park for Winter Quarter.
Phone 376-9529. (C-3t-50-p)
HBP WANTED I
Student employment in Yellowstone
and all U.S. national parks. Booklet
tells where and how to apply. Send
$1 to Arnold Agency, 206 East Main
Rexburg, Idaho, 83440. Money back
guarantee. (E-7t-50-p)
Part time grill help. Noon hours or
evenings. Arranged to your schedule.
Apply Kings Food Host, 1802 W.
Unlv. Ave. (E-47-ts-c)
Men need to work call 378-0526.
Part time or full time. High Income.
(E-10t-50-p)
Part time waitresses. Noon hours or
evenings. Arranged to your schedule.
Apply Kings Food Host, 1802 W.
Unlv. Ave. or 1430 SW 13th St.
(E-47-ts-c)
ADV 'MAJORS = Excellent
opportunity to gain valuable sales
and layout experience (and $) with
nations 12th largest college daily.
Must have own car and at least two
quarters before graduating. Apply in
person, Room 330, JWRU.
(E-tf-39-nc)
Like movies? Want to review for the
Alligator? Turn in a review of any
movie In town the day after It opens
to the entertainment editors derit,
third floor Reitz Union. We will call
you. (E-tf-38-AcO
Listeners wanted: Will pay $1.50 for
1 hour session, must be native
English speaking and have normal
hearing. Please call Harriet Wllkerson.
Unlv. Ext. 2049. (E-25-10t-c)
COMMERCIAL ART student to
design letterhead, logo, and brochure.
Experience preferred. 372-0893 after
7 p.m. (E-3t-50-p)
| AUTOS I
4-Dr 3 on the floor not
much class but a lot of personality
SIOO or best offer call 3726416 or
see at 219 T Flavet 3. (G-2t-51-p)
65Xorvatr auto 140 hp 4 single bbls
convt. auto. Call 372-7659 after 6
p.m. (G-4t-49-p)
1567 AH Sprite excellent cond.
convertible w/boot & Tonneau cover
Michetin x Tires, RAH, $1695 or best
offer, see Steve, Room 472 Murphree
D (G-2t-51-p|
62 t-alcon good condition automatic
inspected $395 Stereo penncrest
AM-FM automatic phono console
$l5O leaving country 3726625 Sue
(G-2t-51-p)

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I AUTOS J
windows, & complete service records.
Perfect condition. 1350. 378-8956
after 5 p.m. (G-st-49-p)
62 MGA MKII 1600, white w/btack
top, tonneau, radio, spare included.
Very good condition. Best offer
accepted. Call 372-5792 or come b'
14 VP apt. (G-50-3t-p)
Triumph Spitfire 1963. Radio and
heater. Navy blue. Excellent
condition. S7OO or best offer. Call
378-8057 or 372-9303. (G-3t-50-c)
1960 TR-3 red, new seats, tonneau A
windows. RAH, priced to sell
quickly. Phone 372-7418.
(G-3t-50-p)
1966 Karman Ghia hardtop, conv.,
30,000 miles, immaculate condition.
SB9O or trade for large new
motorcycle. 108 SW 7 St., Apt. 1.
(G-lt-52-p)
MUST SELL! 1968 Pontiac Tempest
350. Power Steering, Automatic
Transmission Perfect Condition. iCall
Wllllston 528-3761 or Extension
2-1782 (Nancy) (G-52-2t-p)
PORSCHE 912 / 1966 Model 5-speed
trans Engine completely rebuilt in
Oct. O. Blue w/Black interior A more
-call 466-3276 (G-2t-51-p)
64 Buick Skylark con., radio, heater,
power steering, power brake,
excellent condition, $995 or Karman
Ghia radio, heater, only $449. Call
378-4814. (G-3t-50-p)
Rover 90, leather and mahogany
Interior, RAH, $595. Call 376-0640.
(G-3t-50-p)
I PERSONAL |
last chance to reserve
YOUR NEW YEARS IN NEW
YORK spot for $l6O, call 392-1655
or stop by Rm. 310 Union NY In
N.Y. (J-st-49-c)
CHARTER FLIGHT TO EUROPE
limited space available on charter
flight from N.Y. to Milan, Italy. June
to Sept. 10 wks. Price form $250.
Call 392-1655 or come by 310
Up 100
RECEIVE Credit for your
TRAVEL IN EUROPE. Travel Wltb
the American InternaMnno!
Academy. Six weeks at Kurd boo
(host famous campuses. For iqflfc elf
392-1655 or come by 310 UnlM?
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Join Gainesvilles nicest minority
insist on the very best and enjoy
spudnuts the big donut thats
better. Spudnut Donut Shop A Snack
Bar, 1017 W. University, Open tU 7.
Call 372-3100 for your next party or
meeting order, 30 delicious varieties
and Free Delivery. (J-3t-50-p)
Need one passenger to share expenses
to California oan Diego week of
Dec. 8 thru Dec 15, in twin engine
beechcraft private aeroplane with
4000 hr. pilot, holding multi-engine
instrument rating Call 376-3157
(J-2t-51-p)
Landlord says we must get rid of
lovable, adorable puppy. Will give
away FREE to good home. Call
3787683 after 5:00 p.m. (J-2t-51-p)
Wanna have fun? UF graduate is now
Interviewing for travel companion to
US West and South America.
378-0293 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
(J-3t-50-p)
1964 Grad lt was great while it
lasted. The time lapse has brought no
hard feelings. If youd like a buddy
over the holidays give me a call. 1965
grad. (J-3t-50*p)

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P pERSONAI
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Zeta: Merry Xmas to the best bunch
of Southern aristocrats (?) Fort
Sumter ever gave rise to. Good luck
in finals A on the holiday! See you
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Goldcoast. Call 376-0505 after 5:00
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Lost an ID bracelet with name Leon
in or around Pi Lam House week of
homecoming. Would appreciate Its
return. Please call 392-8279
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Found sat of kays In engineering
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i. The Florida Alligator. Friday, Panamhai 6,1968

Pigskin Previewers Perpetrated Hoax

This has been an interesting
quarter for me.
Back in September when it all
began I was looking forward to a
great footbail season and being
able to write about a national
powerhouse, UFs Fighting
Gators.
I was the Alligator Assistant
Sports Editor, that meant 1
could write columns. I was going
to set the world on fire, if not
the world then the campus.
Along came Air Force, a
national weakling at least thats
what everyone was saying. I
should have known what the
season was going to be like when
a Falcon took the opening
kickoff and ran it back 98 yards,
but we came out on top, 23-20.
It was an exciting game but at
the time pretty disappointing. I
knew we could beat anybody,
just give us a chance.
Then came the big one,
Florida State University. I went
to Tallahassee that weekend
after writing one of the worst
columns possible. Im sure you
remember it, the one with all the
rah-rah and catchy phrases like
watch out FSU.
It was a real joy being there
with all my Sammy Seminole
friends telling me about Ron
Sellers and how he would run
circles around Steve Tannen and
all the Gators.
After the game I went by
Sammys to pick up my
belongings. I didnt say a word;
just let out a little laugh, got in
my car and drove back to Gator
Country, with a big 9 by 3 grin
on my face.
Now it was time for the first
home game of the season.
Mississippi State was to be our
next victim. The wire services
had us in the top 10, Gators
were making back of the week
selections and I was having a ball
being in on it all.
The Bulldogs hit town with a
future All-SEC passing
combination, but that didnt
bother those UF boys, they
handled them 31-14.
Things were rolling along
smoothly; we were winning, I
was getting into my writing,
nothing could destroy thfe
quarter.
The Green Wave of Tulane
was next. This wasnt even going
to be a contest. We won, 24-3,
but it wasnt as easy as expected.
The worst part was all the
injuries to Gators like Larry
Smith, Jackie Eckdahl, Larry
RenU, Guy Dennis, David Mann,

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Mike Kelley, Bill Gaisford and
on and on.
Injuries have away of healing
for football players and a little
Gatorade can straighten
anything out. I made a
prediction for all the world to
witness, the Gators would go
undefeated.
That Saturday we played
North Carolina, so much for my
prediction.
When the Gators got to
Nashville the next Saturday
someone had forgotten to tell
the Commodores about my big
plans.
Vanderbilt came out and
played like a team that was
about to have their first winning
season since 1959, which they
did. I almost gagged on that
14-14 tie, in fact I have decided
it was worse than kissing my
sister.
1 looked forward to
homecoming with silent
anticipation, not that I had lost
faith in the Gators but the truth
was starting to sink in.
After we hid been beaten by
Auburn, 24-13, it hit me,
unfortunately. The Gators just
werent that good, we, the UF
fans had been the victim of a
cruel hoax perpetrated by the
pigskin previewers. What hurt
even more was. that I had
probably been the biggest fish of
alt.
Then came the game with
Georgia. I have very successfully
repressed what one paper called
The Smear of the Gator so
well that I will deny even being
in Jacksonville that afternoon.
Why me?
This question haunted me,
especially when I found myself
with a new byline, Alligator
Sports Editor.
Now instead of raking in the
honors, I'm faced with leading
the lynching party or being one
of the lynched.
Being the type of person that
rarely admits defeat, I elected to

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drop back and punt. This didnt
work because somehow I kept
winding up with the ball.
So I listened to a couple of
Ray Graves speeches and
discovered that there still was
something to fight for,
something that wasn't so far out
of reach after all.
Next stop was Lexington,
which I still refuse to believe
exists. It was another tough one
but by now my tranquilizers
were always a faithful
companion and we made it,
16-14.
Finally a breather, the Gators
had an open date.
But, we hadnt our share of
misery. It was time for the three
starting quarterbacks to all be
injured at the same time. Well
miracuously I survived as did the
Gators and somehow Eckdahl
found way to lead us past
Miami, 14-10.

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This cooctades our salute to the Varsity Gators who have played
their final same for UF. F 7
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*^" roe "J n inue ** education at UF. To all we wish
the best of luck and thank for representing us on the gridiron.
Four other Seniors who were not pictured are Chip Hinton,
linebacker, Gary Duven, offensive guard, Mike Santille, defensive end
and George Dean, tight end.

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transferring from a junior
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UF history by Coach Ray
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tackles per game in his career,
with 13 against Auburn this
year.
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The tickets will be issued at
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1923 yards on 1564 passing and 359 rushing. Fourth-leading passer in
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i, The Florida Alligator, Friday, December 6,1668

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By Albert The Alligator <^-w
Well, Albert is going to stay silent for another year after this
column, but Ive got to say that its been fun.
Politico jokes, gator recipes, and sly passes at the girl in pink. Such
is the life of your schools mascot.
Before I tell whos going to win in the bowls this holiday, Id like to
thank the staff of the Alligator, and especially Neal Sanders, who all
helped with some of my more caustic comments.
The games: 1
Rose Bowl: Ohio State over Southern Cal by 6 Now, youre
probably wondering, who is Albert, really? Alligators cant talk.
Orange Bowl: Penn State over Kansas by 1 Well, before 1 answer,
weve got to tell the final politico joke. I heard a story the other day
told by my cage. It seems that someone saw Gary Goodrich out for
his morning walk yesterday. Wanting to be friendly, they came up to
him and said nice day. Thank you said Goodrich.
Gator Bowl: Alabama over Missouri by 7- Back to the original
question of who Albert is. The answer is yes.
Peach Bowl: FSU over LSU by 16 Not satisfied? Well, to cool off,
try the final Gator drink of the week, which is Gatorade, apple juice
and gin. Guaranteed to keep you up for those final exams.
Liberty Bowl: Mississippi over Virginia Tech by 10 It might
surprise you to know that Alligators not only talk, but kiss and drink.
They also bite.
Sugar bowl Georgia over Arkansas by 12 However, Ive got to
admit that Ive had a little help with the scores this year. Last year, if
you remember, my good friend Bob Larec helped me out.
Cotton Bowl: Texas over Tennessee by 10 This year, my help was
from a trio of students over at UFs computing center, who daily
compiled practice reports from the major colleges supplied by
Sanders, and fed them into one of UFs computers. I wont name
them, as Ive been informed that using the computer for fun can get
you into trouble.
But Ill take most of the credit. I never trusted computers anyway.
Have a real blowout for the holidays. Who would have predicted UF
over Miami? Only me.
Ill see you all back next September.
Cagers Open Season

UF cagers open the basketball
season Friday night in the
Jacksonville Civitan Basketball
Classic.
The Gators will meet
Jacksonville University in the
first round, while FSU and
Miami battle for the other finals
berth.
UF starters will be Neal Walk,
Andy Owens, Mike
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