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Mrs. Betheas Relatives May Lose Support

By DAVE REDDICK
Alligator Associate Editor
Student Government may no longer
help feed the Alma K. Bethea family if a
bill before the state legislature passes.
Mrs. Bethea, Alachua County
supervisor of elections, will no longer be
allowed to employ relatives to set up
voting machines as she has in the past, if
a salary bill, proposed by the legislative
delegation from this district, passes.
Sen. Bob Saunders, a member of the
delegations said Tuesday he was sure of
the bills passage.
Its as certain as night follows day
that the bill will pass, he said.
Although the bill places limitations
on the supervisor of elections, Saunders
said, similar limitations are placed on
other officers.
The bill is not aimed directly at

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All-American

Vol. 61, No. 121

$150,000 AVAILABLE
Senate Votes Funds
To Plan Vet School
By Alligator Services
TALLAHASSEE The Senate education committee Tuesday
voted to appropriate $150,000 to plan a college of veterinary
medicine at the UF.
There is no veterinary school in the state and for years Florida
collegians have had to attend Auburn or other vet schools in the
region.
Despite the appropriation which is exclusively a planning
sum ,estimates are that the school would not be operating before
another seven to ten years.
Sens. Wilbur Boyd, D-Palmetto, and Lawton Chiles, D-Lakeland,
opposed the planning money for the vet school in Gainesville because
they said the Board of Regents did not recommend it as a priority
need.
But Sen. Richard Stone, D-Miami, said it will take years to get the
college going and we should start planning now. Agriculture is
(SEE 'VET SCHOOL', PAGE 2)
Polls Announced
For SG Election
Polling places for the April 24 Student Government general
election have been set up according to colleges for upperclassmen
and living areas for freshmen and sophomores.
Polls will be open from 8 aan. to 6 p.m. and students will
need both their picture and green identification cards in order
to vote.
The following location have been set up as polling places.
The number of senate seats for each college have been listed
after the classification:
University College(12) Broward Hall Main Lobby
Graham Commons Lobby
Hume Hall Cafeteria Walkway
Jennings Hall Lobby
Murphree Area, Fletcher K Study Lounge
South Hall Lobby
Y ulee Hall Porch
Agriculture and Forestry (2) McCarty Hall, between
Buildings A and B
Architecture (2) Architecture Complex
south entrance to
Building C
Arts and Sciences (5) Plaza of Americas,
near entrance to
Graduate Library
Business Administration (3) Old Law Building Colonnade
Education (4) Norman Hall, Lobby nearest Deans office
Engineering (3) New Engineering Complex B and 1 Building
Health Related Professions Medical Center, Second Floor Lobby
Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy (4)
Journalism (2) Stadium, Gate Three
Law School (2) Holland Law Center
Physical Education (1) Florida Gym, basement.

Mrs. Bethea, he said.
In the past, Mrs. Bethea has been
allowed to loan out machines to the UF
and other educational groups, charging
only for setup and transportation. In
the past the rate has been $9 per
machine for transportation and sl2 per
machine for setup.
In the UF presidential election last
March, 104 machines were used and a
bill for $2,184 was sent to Student
Government. The invoice asked that a
check for that amount be sent to C.
W. Cheves, in care of the supervisor of
elections.
Cheves is a local mover, and says he
turned over $1,248 to Mrs. Bethea,
while keeping $936, or $9 per machine,
which she presumably used to pay for
the setup.
For the Oct. 17 election, after a

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I UF Prof Gets \
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£ Research Award was £
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minor hassle over several machines not
delivered to the right place, a bill for
$387 for transportation and $528 for
setup was sent to then Secretary of
Interior Ric Katz. The invoice asked for
two checks, one to Cheves for the
transportation and the other to W. M.
Holder, Mrs. Betheas brother-in-law, for
the setup.
In the invoice, Mrs. Bethea asked for
both checks to be sent to her office.
Katz refused to order two separate
checks, and sent one for $915 to her
offices
At that time she (Mrs. Bethea) was
being investigated, Katz said, and the
idea of two checks just didnt sound
right.
The investigation concerned Mrs.
Betheas losing of a number of absentee
ballots, which when found, changed the

Juvenile Girl Arrested
In Slashing Incident
Alachua County Sheriffs deputies arrested a 16-year old female
detention home escapee Tuesday in connection with a razor slashing
incident near campus two weekends ago.
It was the first arrest involving the recent rash of vandalism and
attacks in the city. The name of the juvenile was withheld. She was
charged with aggravated assault. Deputies said she backed one girl
against a fence with a broken bottle, slashing at another girl with a
razor blade.
The arrest came shortly after Negro City Commissioner Neil Butler
condemned the violence at a Monday city council meeting.
I am very disturbed and appalled over the incidents of lawlessness
and criminal acts that have taken place in this city in the past few
weeks, said Butler.
I cannot nor will I ever,condone such acts perpetrated under the
umbrella of social inequality.
Butler, the first Negro to sit on the Gainesville city council since
Reconstruction days, said that many of these people believe that
their acts are necessary to accomplish what they want.
But, he said, A brick wont open doors. We must all work
together for better understanding.
Monday, UF President Stephen C. OConnell announced officially
he was renewing his request for more campus poice. A request
stemming from what UPD Chief Audie Shuler called a 19 man
shortage was turned down by the state gudget commission this winter/
The request was rejected when it was deemed by State planning
director Wallace Henderson that no emergency situation existed here.
If it be necessary to show an emergency in order to have a heed
met, I believe recent events on and surrounding this camous. said
(SEE 'RUNAWAY', PAGE 2)

outcome of a primary election.
Last Saturdays Gainesville Sun
carried a picture of Mrs. Georgia
Murphry, Okeechobee, working on one
of the 56 machines to be used \in
Thursdays elections*
Mrs. Murphry is Mrs. Betheas
daughter, and was visiting town for a
short vacation.#
The bill, which if passed will take
effect Oct. 1, will raise Mrs. Betheas
pay to about $10,500 from about
SB,OOO, but will require her to place all
income from machine fees in the county
coffers. The bill will allow only a certain
number of relatives to work for Mrs.
Bethea. Right now, her sister, Mrs. W.
M. Holder is her full-time assistant.
County Commissioner Edwin
Turlington said Tuesday he strongly
supported the bill.

Wednesday, April 23, 1969

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BY ISSUE CANDIDATE

Free Legal Aid Proposed

Jack Klausner, Issue Party candidate for
Chancellor of Honor Court, Monday proposed that
a legal aid program for Honor Court be organized.
This would provide free counsel and
representation for all students in any
intra-university problem such as those decided in
dorm councils, Student Conduct, or Traffic Court.
Klausner also commented on a situation that he
has been personally involved with in his campaign.
M Next week I intend to place a bill before the
Senate providing equal time for candidates during
the campaign. Citing an example of what he feels is
a practice of discrimination in speech, he said those
fraternities and sororities within the First Party bloc
request the candidates of First Party to speak before
their house, but refuse equal time to their
opponents.
This denies the other candidates the chance to

Put Honor System On Trial,
First Party Candidate Says

Abolish the honor code, and
maybe the Honor Court with it?
If Craig Lawrences plan
backfires, he may put himself
out of a job.
Lawrence is First Partys
nominee for Honor Court
Chancellor, and if elected he
plans to put the honor system
on trial in September.
Public sentiment is finally
getting around to academic
reform, Lawrence said. The
honor code is wrapped right in
the middle of the whole
turmoil.
The problem lies in the fact
that the honor code is not doing
its job, he said. Whether the

Runaway Youth Held
For Slashing Incidents
PAGE ONE
OConnell, demonstrate such an emergency to exist.
The Sheriffs Department made the arrest amid considerable
controversy in the city over how Gainesville Police Chief William
Joiner has handled the situation that began with a string of a half
dozen suspected firebombings, arsons and firebombing attempts in
March.
Although many have defended the chief for his coolness while
sitting on a powder keg of a situation, some including The
Gainesville Sun editorially have suggested that Joiner resign.
The first incident to affect UF students came on the night of April
1 on which several student automobiles were vandalized the same
night a city policeman was shot at on N.W. 7th Ave.
In that nights activity, more than 20 cars and ten white-owned
businesses were spraypainted with slogans, including black-power
graffitti and a mixture of obscenities.
On April 9, a gang of ten Negroes beat and robbed two students on
well-travelled NW 13 Street. On April 13, shortly after a student
carnival, another incident was reported in which a band of Negroes
injured two students with razor and bottles.
Tuesdays arrest was connected with this occurence, according to
police.
That same night, campus police scuffled with knife wielding Negro
youths at CamiGras. Though records do not show it, a campus
policeman was nearly stabbed'through the throat that night, informed
sources say.
This past weekend, Menashe Linivker, a resident of the Flavets, was
held up at gunpoint while he was cleaning his car.
Dont move. Give me the money or Ill kill you, said a goateed
Negro male, according to the victim.
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students want to continue the
present system should be the
subject of a referendum in the
fall.
Lawrences referendum might
also inlcude the honor court as it
is now made up.
The question is not whether
the justices should be elected or
appointed, he said, but
whether the honor court is a
protector of the students. If it
isnt, let the students get rid of
it.
Lawrence, however, didnt
elaborate on the idea that if
both the honor code and the
honor court go, so goes the
position of Chancellor of the

meet the fraternity and sorority members.
First Party, he said, has tried to refute this charge
when it was presented. Kids have been asking
Shepherd why. He said, Lambda Chi invited me and
I refused.* But Issue Party requested the same
chance to speak and was refused.
Klausner does not contest the right of any group
to endorse, support or devote money to a particular
party or candidate.
But even if youre going to back one party, you
should give their opponents a chance. Im not afraid
to debate my opponents, he said.
Klausner recognized it was too late not to initiate
this proposal for the continuing campaign but
suggest that in the future elections greater
equality in speech should be granted to all the
candidates.

Honor Court.
Lawrence feels the honor
code is a good thing, and it is the
system the code works in that
needs changing.
Theres something wrong
with the entire system of
testing, Lawrence said, but
the chances of doing something
about that in the forseeable
future are slender.
Instead, a workable
alternative would be to replace
the honor code with a strict
proctor system.
You cannot expect an
honor code to functon properly
when 600 people sit in an
auditorium with identical
examinations, all multiple
choice, in front of them, he
said.
The prog system is one of
the great failings of the
university, Lawrence said. The
honor court gets most of its
business from the university
college students, and these are
almost always dealing with progs
or final exams.
Technically, he said, there
are no proctors at any exam.
Despite this, the majority of
cases brought before the honor
court deal with cases where a UC
student was caught cheating by a
test administrator.

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QUESTION OF THE DAY: How would you effect proposals for
academic reform? r
Joan Warren: The proposals for academic reform are a secondary
part of Liberation Partys platform, only because radical parties
pushed for them three and four years ago. We are m agreement with
most of the academic proposals set forth by the other parties. If we
are elected to SG, we will of course be concerned with academic
reform and we will push for academic reform by means of some type
of mass political action on the part of the students.
John Mica: I have proposed the establishment of academic advisory
councils in each college. These councils would be composed of
students, faculty and administrators from their respective colleges,
who would meet on a regular basis to discuss problems and solutions
concerning curriculum, tenure, course accreditation and all problems
of an academic nature. This would also facilitate better
communications between students, faculty and the administration in
every college. o
One of my major academic reforms will be to pressure for the
revamping of counseling in every college. I have seen hundreds of
students literally counseled out of the university.
I would also implement a SG counseling service, utilizing the
knowledge and experience of graduate and upper division students.
Finally, I would do everything possible to institute more four and
five hour courses which are so badly needed under the quarter
system.
Vic Ramey : There are several problems that all the candidates
recognize in the area of academic reform. These include re-evaluation
and restructuring of University College, finals week, scheduling,
re-evaluation requirements in upper division and availability of finals.
Foresight Party, through monthly referendums, would allow any
proposals to be voted on by the entire student body and therefore the
students will directly influence the bodies with the authority to
alleviate these academic reform problems.
Jim Devaney: I would draw out those persons in the academic
community who presently are content to involve themselves in the
problems of the university only by writing books and articles about
the academic rat race.
In a forum type of atmosphere, these heretofore unheard thinkers
will be drawn together with students, faculty and administration to
address themselves to apathy, pressure based on grade point average
rather than understanding, extinction of hours for certain courses, and
other such problems.
Bringing these groups of thoughtful people together there will not
be a demanding attitude on any of the parties, but a hashing out of
the problems which each group are best familiar with and an
evolution of reform without conflict to anyone. This means there will
be no problem of effecting proposals for academic reform.
Charles Shepherd is ill.
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suffering from a lack of veterinarians for large animals in Florida, he
said.
Stone had asked for $659,133, including $420,000 inconstruction
funds, but it was cut to a bare $150,000 planning sum after
authorities said that was all that could be spent in the coming year
anyway. I



First Party OKs Computers

The use of computers by
student government will not
only streamline operations in the
treasurers office, but give
students more for their money,
according to Jim Roll.
Roll, First Partys candidate
for treasurer, claimed an article
in last Thursdays Alligator
interviewing Issue Partys Marty
Haber was misleading.
4 Haber would have the
students believe we will
completely computerize the
treasurers office, Roll said,
This just isnt true.
Rolls plan is to use computer
time to analyze where money in
student government is going and
from that analysis, to determine
how it can best be used.
Were trying to eliminate the
guesswork by committees, Roll
said. Computers will be able to
tell us what use of money will
give us the greatest number of
dollars per student. This way, we
can establish priorities which

liberation Condemns ROTC
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By LYNNE TIESLAU
Alligator Staff Writer
Liberation Party said Monday that ROTC has
no place on the UF campus with or without
credit.
Liberation Party feels the UF should not be
participating in such a monstrous injustice as the
Vietnam war, nor should it in any way support
the rising tide of militarism in the U.S.
Therefore, we feel that the UF should sever all
ties with the military machine, said a statement
released by presidential candidate Joan Warren
and vice presidentialcandidate David Smith.
With this statement, Liberation Party

Wattles Bgible
For Court Port
The Chief Justice of the
Traffic Court is not required to
be a law student, Honor Court
Chancellor Elliot Zack said
Monday.
The Board of Masters met
Thursday to decide on the
priority of an article in the new
constitution which does not
require the Chief Justice to be a
law student over an old statute
which said the opposite.
First Partys candidate for the
office, Robert Wattles, is not a
law student.
I dont feel the office
requires a law student, Wattles
said, nor do I think it was the
intent of the framers of the
constitution that it should be
W
SO.
Zack said since the old
statute conflicts with the new
constitution, the qualification is
eliminated. Formerly the Traffic
Court was provided for
exclusively by statute.
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make sense.
Roll then refuted Habers
statements in the Alligator,
calling them extraneous.
Haber wants to use posting
machines, Roll said. Why, Im
not sure, but they cost
money several thousand
dollars each, and student
government has to pay for
them.
Roll then rufuted Habers
claims that student government
would spend massive sums on
computer time.*!
Haber brought in two
points, Roll said, one of
which was extraneous, and one
which will be false if I am
elected. First, it may be true
that computer time costs S2OO
per hour in Gainesville, but we
wont use half that much time in
a quarter.
4 His second point is that a
programmer would have to be
hired, Roll saia. I was trained
by IBM as a programmer. Thats

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proposes ROTC should have all academic credit \
removed from it, and the university should end j
its participation in this program.
Their reasons for the abolishment of ROTC i
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ROTC trains officers to fight an unjust war :
of aggression in Vietnam. The UF should not j
participate in this war, indirectly or otherwise.
ROTC has no academic content -it is i
amply a military training program. As such, it as |
no place at a university.
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university in determining its curriculum and j
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one of my election points.
Besides myself, there will be
several other people in the
treasurers office who are
experienced programmers. None
will have to be hired.
Habers proposal for merging
the traffic court and treasurer's
office record keeping operations
drew praise from Roll.
That sounds like a good
idea, he said, and if it is
feasible, Im sure it will be done
no matter who is elected.
Honoraries Plan
Joint Banquet
Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi
Eta Sigma are holding a joint
banquet Sunday, April 27, at
6:30 p.m. in the Union
ballroom. Election of new
officers will take place right
before the banquet at 5:45.

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LHS To Present
'Bye Bye Birdie
Lincoln High School will
present a student production of
the musical comedy Bye Bye
Birdie on Thursday and Friday.
It will be presented in the
Lincoln High School Auditorium
at 7:45 pm. Admission for
students is sl, general admission
$1.25 and reserved seats $1.50.
Tickets will be available at the
door.

IN THURSDAYS ELECTION
Senate Seeks Charter Control

By HELEN HUNTLEY
Alligator Staff Writer
Does the Student Senate have
the power to amend charters of
student organizations without
the organizations consent?
This question, the basis of a
long hassle between the Senate
and the Reitz Union Program
Council (formerly the Union
Board of Student Activities),
will be decided by the student
body in Thursdays election.
A proposed amendment to
the student body constitution
states that the Senate shall have
the power to initiate, grant,
amend, and revoke amendments
to charters . and no
amendment to a charter shall be
valid unless it has been approved
by the Student Senate ...
The Program Council has long
disagreed with this policy.
Council Chairman of
Recreation Dan Ponce said
Monday, I dont like the idea.
It gives them too much power.

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People in the Senate might not
have enough insight into the
way an organization runs to
amend its charter.
He also charged that the
amendment would put
organizations completely under
Senate control, forcing them to
continually cater to the Senate.
The trouble between the
Council and the Senate began
last fall when the Senate
amended the Board of Student
Activities charter without its
consent. The Senate made the
board officers elective rather
than appointive and held an
election for new officers.
The Honor Court Board of
Masters overthrew the election,
but subsequently the Union
Board of Managers recognized
those elected as officers-elect.
The elected officers took
office the first week of January,
but the issue of whether the
Senate had the power to change
the charter was still not solved.

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Last fall Roger Brown, then
president of the board, accused
Student Government of trying
to put the Union Board under its
thumb and use it as a political
football.
We have to work under the
charter, he said, and we
should have some say as to what
we will be working under.
Brown stepped down from
office in January and has since
been drafted into the armed
forces.

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'BECOME INVOLVED*: DEVANEY

SG Should Fight Pollution

By JANIE GOULD
Alligator Staff Writer
Presidential candidate Jim
Devaney said Monday SG will
become instrumental in fighting
air and water pollution if he is
elected president.
Devaney became eligible for
the presidency by making up
three incomplete grades before
Fridays qualification deadline.
The student potential for
effecting change in the world
around them is a potential yet
unrealized, he said.
He cited statistics and
examples of deterioration of
natural resources through
pollution.
Man is destroying a million
acres of new land each year in
the United States. He has aged
Lake Erie by a million years in
the last few decades.
Devaney said the amount of
carbon dioxide in the air has
increased by 15 per cent since
1900.
What is called thegreenhouse
effect is the possibility of man

Area Judiciaries
In Effect Monday

By SUZI WHALEY
Alligator Staff Writer
An Interhall Council bill
establishing hall and area
judiciaries went into effect
Monday.
The chief purpose of the
judiciaries is to take disciplinary
problems out of the hands of the
housing staff and into the hands
of the students, according to
Mike McNerney, Interhall
Council president.
This system allows each area
council to set up a system within
Interhall guidelines to handle all
problems in the dormitories.
Areas of jurisdiction include
destruction of property,
open-house violations, curfew
violations, and offenses under
the student Code of Conduct.
When an area judiciary feels it
cant handle a particular
problem due to the nature or
seriousness of the offense, the
problem will be referred to the
Committee on Student Conduct
or proper civil authorities.
Interhall Council is compiling

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creating a new ice age or heating
the atmosphere to an intolerable
level for habitation by man.
He laid the blame on mans
continued pollution of the
atmosphere. Ocean pollution is
also a serious problem, he said.
Pollution and warming of
the oceans is taking its effect in
limiting the capability of these
bodies of water to maintain their
present ecology and production
of oxygen for man.
He noted that boats loaded
with herbicides for Vietnam
would seriously harm the
ecology of the world if they
were to sink enroute.
The unaffiliated candidate
also cited pollution problems in
Miami.
Raw sewage is being
pumped into the ocean 700 feet
from one hotel on one side of
the Gold Coast and a nuclear
reactor is warming Biscayne Bay
sufficiently to destroy our new
national park on the other side.
People are swimming in sewage,
while wildlife is being destroyed
and industrial wastes are

a pamphlet listing all dorm
regulations. This will inform
students exactly what rules are
in effect. In making this
pamphlet, Interhall is studying
some of the archaic rules that
need to be changed ,McNemey
said.
This is only the beginning in
making this idea a reality. The
real problem is making the
system realistic so the students
are able to make it work,
McNerney said.
The individual areas will have
the responsibility to make
procedures for choosing
judiciary members.
If an area doesnt establish a
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Devaney called on the UF
community to become
concerned with the problem, an
area he said has great potential
for university involvement.
At the university level we
fail to acknowledge the
seriousness of this problem.

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It's been a long campaign filled with charges and
counter-charges.

But the student body, as it should, has seen through the
smoke screen,
And you have seen that Charles Shepherd and FIRST party
is the only qualified group of candidates.
You have recognized FIRST party as proven student
leaders, proven by experience.
We appreciate your support.
CHARLES SHEPHERD
and
FIRST PARTY
told you before the election.
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Wednetdey, April 23, 1969 The Florida Alligator,

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>, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, April 23,1969

EDITORIAL
Shepherd Can Make A Difference

The turbulent social currents shaking
many of Americas colleges and universities
have frequently been felt on the UF campus.
The Pamme Brewer controversy in 1967,
the arrest of five student demonstrators
early in 1968, the Marshall Jones tenure case
last Spring and more recently the
unsuccessful SSOC bid for recognition and
the Megill controversy have jarred the inner
core of the UF.
The UF community is facing numerous
other roadblocks which must be met
courageously, maturely and realistically by
both university and student leaders if this
institution is to travel the road to
educational excellence.
Academic reform must be attained.
Racial inequities must be eliminated.
Students must gain a greater and more
effective voice on university affairs.
Academic advisement and admissions
procedures must be drastically altered to
meet the needs of an ever-growing
institution.
The task is not an easy one. And its
success or failure will most likely be
determined by the degree to which mature,
responsible student leadership is exerted.
Tomorrow, students will have an
opportunity to select a new crop of leaders
to spearhead the battle for reform.
To meet the demands and difficult tasks
ahead, the students must select the
candidates who will offer Student
Government dynamic, experienced and
mature leadership.
We feel Charles Shepherd and Charles
Harris, First Partys candidates for President
and Vice President, are these men.
Shepherd is the man who during his term
as SG President scantly a year ago changed

The American Dream

This is what he said before he
died.
If he had said it louder, more
people might have heard it. If he
had thought about it more, he
might have said it better.

But Paw, Maybe Jerry Lewis Aint On That Plane

Killed For Being Afraid To Die

If he had done both these
things, the court martial that
condemned him, the general that
confirmed their decision, might
have reconsidered, realizing that
it was unnecessary and unfair.

The Florida Alligator
'The price of freedom
is We exerche of responribility.''
Dave Doucette
Acting Editor-In-Chief
Raul Ramirez
Acting Managing Editor

r UIM&KIAj Assignments Editor
Vicki Vega Glenn Fake
AmaitM News Editors
the direction of student government.
He is the man who, when Florida
students were faced with a 50 per cent
tuition increase in 1967, successfully
organized student leaders throughout the
entire state into the Council of Student
Body Presidents. The SSO tuition hike was
prevented.
Shepherd is the man who eliminated the
ancient concept of in loco parentis which
saw the university acting in place of the
parents in determining how students will live
their lives.
He is the man who founded the ACCENT
symposium, who initiated the course and
teacher evaluation program, the Rathskeller
and Code-A-Phone.
He made Lake Wauburg a reality. He
began to make the campus a better place to
live, by providing more handball and tennis
courts, putting phones in dorm rooms, and
convincing the Board of Regents to allow
pools by several dorm areas and air
conditioning and carpeting in others.
Charles Shepherd is the only presidential
candidate with a proven record of effective
leadership. He has demonstrated he is a

WWWI

But as it was, he mumbled it
to the priest who sat before him
offering him the cross and beads.
He said that he had tried to
live the best way he could. That
there were some things he could
do and some things that he
couldnt. He added something
that everyone already knew:
that he had a wife hed married
just two days before boarding
ship. He said that he still didnt
know why they had to kill him.
He was a deserter in time of
war. He was a pale, sickly, thin
private with weak knees. He
was a soldier who couldnt stay
in his fox-hole when the German
art illary approached.
From a military point of view
he was a useless, malfunctioning
piece of equipment whose basic
training was a wasted defense
expenditure. He was a dangerous
example to other servicemen. He
was a mistake to be buried.
Otherwise, he was a
perpetually scared kid who had
grown up in a colorless morass
of semipoverty and casual
mistreatment. He had been too
scared as a child to get into any
sort of trouble, too scared to be
well liked, too scared to make a
stand for anything, make
anything his.
He was a piece of petty,
constantly molded and remolded
without his permission, to fill up
cracks and chinks in the social
structure.
Typically, no one asked him
if he wanted to become a

doer not a talker.
During his years of service to the UF,
Shepherd has acquired a keen understanding
of the states educational system and of the
Universitys structure.
During his campaign, Shepherd has not
merely concentrated on personal attacks,
vague statements or mud slinging. He has
brought forth a set of realistic goals toward
which he has pledged his work.
Shepherd has promised to work to
implement change in the area of
academics -for many years the neglected
stepchild of administrative bureaucracy He
has vowed to:
Eliminate Progress exams.
Establish a course file system available
to all.
t Revise computer registration.
Establish living-and-leaming programs.
Completely revise course counseling.
I Obtain course credits for physical
education.
On the campus improvements area,
Shepherd has focused his attention on:
f Construction of a badly-needed
coliseum.
Construction of pools.
Construction of an Amphitheatre
I Creation of a Recreations complex
built at the Yulee-Broward, Towers and
Jennings Lawn.
The list goes on and on.
We believe Shepherd has the ability, the
experience and the maturity to make SG a
viable force in the life of every UF student.
We think he will.
And we urge every UF student to cast a
vote for the man who will make the
difference when it matters: Charles
Shepherd.

soldier. Had they known him,
they might as easily have asked
him to fly.
Before he left for the war, he
exercized the only option hed
ever had. He married a girl who,
for all his shortcomings, loved
him, and whom he loved.
Now hes dead, killed for
being afraid to die. They buried
him somewhere in France,
interred without much fanfare
or color, the way hed lived.
He s been there nearly
twenty-four years, lying not far
from where eleven U.S. rifle
bullets ripped into his body.

A Killer Highway
MR. EDITOR:
Reference your April 14,1969 editoral, A Killer Cave.
This past weekend a man was killed on Interstate-75. Since this
person was not only endangering himself, but endangering the lives of
coun ess other persons, I feel that you should formulate and support
a plan to close all interstate highways to traffic in the state as
dangerous and detrimental to ones health as some other driver may
cross the median to possibly strike and kill.
r W.R. BENEDICT SEG
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By Uncle Javerneck

Nobody wants to bring him
home except, perhaps, his wife.
It was Eisenhower who had
him killed, who confirmed the
death sentence. And if there
were a heaven, if they admitted
generals and deserters alike, they
might have met at some informal
affair, stripped of rank, perhaps
sitting across from one another.
And because the private was a
fatalist at heart, as those who
spoke with him remember, he
might only have smiled a pale,
thin smile and said:
Gee Ike, you got it too,
huh?



Staff Writings

Agriculture Professors are
not allowed to drink at the
Rathskeller. Check this out,
said Alligator Assignments
Editor Carol Sanger.
First, I called Joe Hilliard at
the Rathskeller.
I dont know whether there
is any substance in this or not. If
it is true, it is not a decision that
we made, laughed Hilliard.
Then I called the Dean of
Agricultures office. His
secretary scoffed at my
question.
Are you serious about this?
This is really funny. I have been
the secretary here for years and I
have never heard anything so
funny. Check with Dr. York. If
its true he will know, she said
and giggled.
By this time I was wondering
if someone was using me as the
brunt of a joke. But being a
concientious investigator I
perservered.
Next, I called Yorks office.
Hes the Provost in the
Agriculture department. I talked
to his secretary and she thought
it was funny too but assured me
that York would return my call
when he returned from a
meeting.
Agriculture professors not
being allowed to drink at the
Rathskeller? I dont know
anything about it. Somebody is
just trying to create an issue.
Something to laugh at,
chuckled Dr. York.
I am glad everybody got a
good laugh. I did too, being the
conscientious investigator that I
am.

StepTo Full War
MR. EDITOR:
Mr. John Valentis Speaking Out column in Mondays
Alligator deserves serious thought and criticism. Beneath
Valentis flag waving denunciation of President Nixon lies a
dangerous pit-fall that we as Americans and as a first-rate
power must never fall into.
We must not be goaded into any action by any power that
would cause unilateral repercussions that would lead to
unlimited war between the major powers.
What if President Nixon had taken punitive action against the
North Koreans? Mr. Valenti musthave forgotten that of the
three major Communist countries in that area, we are already at
war with North Vietnam and have recently fought one with
North Korea. Furthermore, North Korea and Red China lie
back-to-back and are closely allied: war with one involves war
with both (as we have already seen).
What if we had bombed or even set a blockade around North
Korea (as President Kennedy did with Cuba)? Could this not be
taken as an act of war by either North Korea or Red China?
Dont overlook the Russians for they wont stand idly by and
watch their sphere of influence destroyed.
Right now we are involved in disarmament discussions with
I the Russians as well as the Paris Peace Talks. One hasty move
would ruin not only those chances for peace now but very
possibly peace for any generation after ours.
I sympathize with your frustrations, for we all feel them, but
no first rate power can enter into any type of warfare with any
fourth-rate power and come out in the plus column (take the
Vietnamese war as an example). Were dammed if we do and
damned if we don't.
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No Return To UF Law School

(EDITORS NOTE: The following is a reprint from
the March 31 Verdict of the UF Spessard L. Holland
Law Center.)
The last issue of the Verdict quoted Dean
Maloney as saying: The statement attributed to
(Mr. Boyer) in a St. Petersburg newspaper that he
did not return because we would not pay his return
transportation is absolutely false. No request for
such transportation was ever made by Mr. Boyer.
I did request transportation, and when I was
contacted by the Dean about returning,
transportation was discussed at some length. Dean
Maloney was interested in having me return on
either a part-time or full-time basis. He was
unwilling, however, to pay my transportation unless
I came back on a full-time basis. I was at that time
willing to come back on a part-time basis only.
The reason I did not come bade on a part-time
basis is that the dean was unwilling to furnishe my
transportation, although he was willing to pay my
salary. I specifically requested the UF to furnish my
transportation because I felt that I was more than
fulfilling my obligation by deciding to come back.
If in the article the Dean was talking about my
coming back to stay permanently, I did not ask for
that. I told him at the time, and continued to tell
him, that the climate at the UF and in Gainesville
was not the climate that one would want to subject
himself to, nor his wife and child, for the remainder
of the quarter.
I understand that the dean told a group of
faculty and students that he actively recruited me to
come to the law school. Dean Maloney did not
actively recruit me; I can flatly state that. Before I

Wadnaaday, April 23, 1960, Tfw Florida Alligator,

.By Ginger Andrews.

'By Spencer H. Boyer*

came there, he called and told me that he would be
in Washington on other business and asked if I could
spare some time to see him. It is not my impression
that he came to Washington specifically to see me.
If I have any gripes (and of course I do); if I have
any bad memories (which I do); if I have anything
which would make me come away with a bad taste
in my mouth, I think it is that I have not heard to
this day from President OConnell.
Most of the faculty by whom I was well received
are no longer at the UF law school, or they are
leaving. There is one person, however, to whom I
must give a great deal of credit, and that is Assistant
Dean Hunt, who gave me nothing but courtesy and
help when I needed it.
Opinion
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LETTERS
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the editor must be typed and signed and should
not exceed 300 words in length. Writers names
may be withheld from publication for just
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all letters in the interest of space.

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Christian Wizard
Kole Here Today

Andie Kole, known as one of
Americas leading illusionists and
recognized as one of the
foremost inventors of magical
effects, will be appearing today
in a program sponsored by the
Campus Crusade For Christ.
The magician, familiar to
some UF students who saw his
performance here in 1967, will
be appearing at 7 pin. at the
ATO fraternity house and at
9:30 pjn. at Yon Hall.
Andre Koles appearances
have taken him to all fifty states
and 43 countries on five
continents of the world. He has
also appeared on national
television in 30 countries, and in
special appearances before
presidents, generals, and other
civic and government officials
throughout the world.
Mr. Kole is now on a tour of
the major colleges and
universities around the world. At
the present time, he probably
speaks to more college and
university students throughout
the world than any other person.
This past year he spoke to
approximately fifty million
people through his personal and
television appearances.
His present tours are being
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Constans Theatre.
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directed and produced by
students, have been set as the
Players final offering for the
quarter on June 6 and 7.

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GERT*S a gay girl ready for a whirl
after cleaning carpets with Blue
Lustre. Rent electric shampooer
SI.OO. Lowry Furniture Co.
(A-lt-121-C)
Borg-Warner 8 track stereo tape
player table model with detachable
speakers. Like new, $75. Call Hugh at
378-3301. (A-5M21-P)
Gibson 12 string 825-12 N with vinyl
case. $125 firm. 376-8007 after 6.
(A-5M21-P)
For Sale: 1966 Suzuki 120 cc
motorcycle Good Condition. Call
378-6366 after 6 p.m. (A-4M21-P)
69 Honda CL 350 Scrambler, 33hp, 5
sp trans., only 2200 mi. Excellent
cond. Best offer over S7OO, helmet
incl. Call 378-0691, ask for Gordon.
(A4M2I-P)
8x47 Ventura mobile home. Bay
windows, air conditioned, 7x20
porch awning, 2nd BR made into
study, furnished. $1990. Call
376-0622, 4546 NW 13 St.
(A-lt-121-P)
TV 20 GE b&w, beautiful early Am.
cabinet. Perfect condition SIOO. Call
392-9982. 3224 NW 13th ST.
(A-3M21-P)
For sale Army dress blue uniform;
excellent condition. Call 378-6890
after 6:00 p.m. (A-2M19-P)
Honda 50 in excellent mechancal
condition and 2 Helmets for $95.
Call 372-2257. (A-3M21-P)
63 VW bus will trade for small
foreign car. Goodyear and Dunlop
tires, fantastic shape. Call 378-3326
or see Brent 1806 NW 22nd Place,
SBSO firm. (A-lt-121-P)
1965 Triumph Bonneville, good
condition S6OO. Also 1948 Olds,
rolled and pleated Interior, heater,
radio, antique tag, inspected make
offer. 378-9606. (A-3M21-P)
Get a Mau Mau mongrel. Itll chew
anything from bones to steel.
Champion lines. Pedigree African
barkless Basenji pups. All shots.
376-2630. (A-lot-119-p)
1966 BRIDGESTONE 175 CC.
Excellent physcial and mechanical
condition. Very reliable. s3oo>. Call
plim. 392-8070. (A-3t-119-p)
120 base accordium SIOO excellent
condition. Record player (stereo)
Magnanox, SBO, excellent condition.
Call 372-7039 between 5-7.
(A-3M20-P)
Bed & mattress S4O. Window exhaust
fan $25. Mineral collection. 50
samples & shelf $75. Two 16 piece
dinner set $7 both. Call 372-7039
between 5-7. (A-3t-120-P)
6B Honda 90 (step through model).
1900 miles. $175. In very good
condition. Call 372-9358, ask for
Haynes in Room 195. (A-4t-119-p)
2 bedroom concrete block home in
NE $450 equity, take over payments
of $61.48 month at 6% interest. Call
owner at 378-5145 after 5:30
pm.(A-st-118-p)

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FOR SALE |
GRAND OPENING Every day up to
50% savings but April 21 thru 26 a
SUPER SALE. Reg. $79.50 full
suspension 4 drawer files, now from
$29.75 to $39.75. Reg. $49.95 full
suspension 2 drawer files, now from
$22.50 to $29.75. Also hundreds of
desks, chairs, files, and much more at
SUPER SAVINGS for this sale. NEW
and USED JR OFFICE
FURNITURE, 620% S. Main St. Tel.
376-1146. (A-7t-117-p)
6$ Yamaha twin lOOcc cycle only
driven 2500 miles in excellent
condition. Price 260 dollars. Call
Steve at 392-9913 or leave
message.(A-st-117-p)
Santa Fe Lake. Tired of tiny lake lots
at big prices? See 2% acres, pecans
fronting on water. Huge lots, easy
commute, terms. Call 378-6459.
(A-201-116-P)
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Summer Rates. From S9O for
efficiencies to $l7O for two
bedrooms fro entire summer quarter.
Close to Campus. Air, Pool. Also
renting for next academic year.
University Apts. 376-8990.
(B-21t-115-p)
Peace and quiet is yours for the
asking by living in one of our
secluded luxurious one-bedroom
furnished town house apartments.
Only 5 minutes from the campus and
medical center. $155 per month plus
$35- for utilities. Call us now fqr n
appointment to see them. Immedfct'.
occupancy. Ernest Tew Realty, ln*c,
Phone 376-6461. (B-22t-105-c)
3 Bedroom house furnished, air
cond., 5 mins from campus, new
efficiencies S4O month. Lease for
summer quarter. Call 378-0476.
(B-3M21-P)
Available for summer qtr. Trailer,
12x60, 3 br, IV2 bath, air cond.,
washer completely furnished. $l2O
monthly plus utilities. Call Hugh at
378-3301. (B-st-121-P)
WANTED 1
Mobile home wanted. Would like to
purchase used trailer, 2 bdr 12x60
must be available in August. If
interested, write Jake Vam 302
Duplex Court, Brooksville, Fla.
(C-9M16-P)
Please help us! We need 1 female
roommate now and for summer
quarter at Landmark. Call after 5.
378-9954 (C-st-119-p)
Williamsburg apts 1 male
roommate wanted SSO month
April paid. Central AC. 2br. Pool,
dishwasher, disposal. Call 376-9719.
(C-st-119-p)
WANTED: Volunteers over 21 for
antibiotic study. Earn $50.00. Come
to M-438, medical sciences building
between 10 and 3 on April 23, 22,
and 23 for further details.
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1 male student to share French
Quarter Apt. with 3 others. 50 dots,
per month. Call 392-8263 evenings.
(C-st-117-p)
Two mature, responsible male
roommates for summer quarter in
Landmark Apartments. Call
378-0727. (C-2M21-P)
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BOOKEEPING TYPING position
with one of the finest firms.
Excellent working conditions with
very freindly small staff. Enough
responsibility and activity to keep
you interested. Salary is excellent.
Call PAUL GRIMES ALLIED
PERSONNEL of Gainesville, 1800 N.
Main 376-4611 (E-st-118-p)
ATTENTION ALL SENIORS FROM
TAMPA BAY AREA Career
$600.00 per month, plus expense
allowance for man needed for
insurance agency. Send resume to:
P.O. Box 11702 Tampa, Fla. 33610.
(E-Bt-119-p)
The Rathskeller is looking for an
entertainment Chairman and an asst,
business mgr. Students dont miss
this chance be a part of the
Rat, apply Rathskeller office, main
cafeteria. (E-3M21-C)
LISTENERS WANTED: Will pay
$1.50 for one hour session. Must be
native English speaking and have
normal hearing. Please call Miss
Hardaway University ext. 2-2046
between 8 and 5 only for
appointment. Can make up to $6.00.
(E-15M07-C)
Counselors White Plains. My day
camp wants men from NY area to
serve as gen. couns. Write Mohawk
Day Camps, Old Tarrytown Rd.,
White Plains, NY 10603. (E-3t-120-P)
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66 VW. Luggage rack radio par parcel
cel parcel shelf back up
light maplight trunk
light padded rear
deck custom-f It-toolkit good
tires SIOSO. 378-1066. (G-lt-121-P)
Must sell. 1964 Corvair Monza $495
or best offer. Call Steve at 378-7423
between 5 and 7 p.m. (G-3t-121-P)
59 T-bird conv. new brakes good V-8
engine. S2OO. Call 378-2748 anytime
or come by 304 S.W. 3rd Str. apt. no.
2. A GOOD BUY. (G-3t-119-p)
V.W. Manx buggy 1300 engine
53H.P. Red metalflake soft top side
curtains rollbar many extras. Great
for sand, woods, street $1695 or
trade for big motorcycle and cash.
See at 1020 S. Main St. or call
378-0249. (G-10t-119-p)
1966 V.W. 2dr sedan, Blue. New
clutch, runs good. $1,195.00 Crane
Inports 372-4373. (G-118-st-c)

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372-4373. (G-118-st-c)
1967 TR Spitfire excellent shape,
good tires (radials), 2 extra tires & 1
wheel extra, radio, luggage rack,
29,000 miles, br. racing green. Tim
767647. (G-5M21-P)
1960 Ford radio heater, new battery
and value job. Runs good. Call Val
392-8922 or 227 Reid Hall. $250.
(G-3M21-P)
57 Ford, very good six cyl std.
Excellent transportation, must sell.
Best offer. Also Honda CBI6O. $175.
Call 378-8477 after 6 p.m.
(G-5M21-P)
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PXP, we really do love you so why
dont you take us into consideration
this year ... Certain someones who
care. (J-lt-121-P)
Cocktail party this and every Friday
with the Friday Afternoon Club.
Sponsored by four graduate students
for the University crowd over 21. At
the Lamplighter from 5-7:30. Ladies
drinks $.20. (J-3M21-P)
Good action at the Friday Afternoon
Club. Over 100 people enjoy the
good company and inexpensive
drinks every Friday. Two private
rooms and private bar. Sponsored by
four graduate students. Ladies drinks
$.20. (J-3M21-P)
Dial 378-5600 and hear a taped
message. Any time day or night.
Message changes each Wed. LET
FREEDON RING, 16 NW 7th.
(J-5M21-P)
Hash pipe belt bucklesbe
prepared, scouts DEMIANS
(J-It-119-P)
Law student commuting daily from
Palatka wants passengers. Contact
RM Morris at law school or Ph
649-4286 after 6 PM. (J-3t-119-p)
BEGINNING BOXER needs sparring
partner. Eqpt. will be provided. Call
Lee at 372-9410. (J-2M20-P)
interested in travel and/or study in
Europe, Asia or the Mid-East? Want
to buy or rent a car to use there. Call
392-1655. Rm. 310 Union.
(J-12M14-C)
Tired of a major you dont care
about? Cant find anything better?
Come to Rm 302 Fla. Gym.
Recreation the young field with a big
future. (J-3M20-P)
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Thursdays 6:00 P.M. Return
Mondays at 11:00 P.M. Trips made
on April 24, May 8, 22. 1968 Merc.
Benz Air. D. Grosse 372-9317
Eves, except Weds. Buchman B-15.
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Lost anything lately? We have plenty
of lost articles In Room 130 Reitz
Union. (L-3M19-NC)
Found slide rule near bee hives
behind Bartram Hall. Identify. 326
Bartram. (L-3M21-NC)
Found: F>rescription glasses in black
leather case after ES 203 final can be
claimed by calling extension 0110 or
coming by Matherly 310.
(L-3M21-NC)
LOST: Gold-plated chain about 50
long, ¥ wide. Sentimental value. $5
reward Lea, 376-4053.
(L-2t-120-P)
I have an IBM mag. tape typewriter
and guarantee perfectly typed short
papers. No dissertations. Very fast.
Mrs. Lamm after 5:0 0.
378-5514.(f1t5t-118-p)
My office is small. My business is
new. Parking is terrible but youll be
glad you came. Buy your next
eye-glasses at University Opticians,
526 SW 4th Ave. Next to Greyhound
Bus Station 378-4480. (M-IMO6-C)
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!, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, April 23,1969

The Committee Pertinent Improvisation

By KITTY OLIVER
Alligator Reviewer
The improvisational theatre
was bom with the first great
fabricator and itself is the parent
of situational comedy.
Combining the best of mime,
physical comdey and
understatement and demanding
that the audience think and
react with the players,
improvisation is a mental
exercise of the comedic
principle.
A Session with The
Committee, now showing at
the Plaza Twin 2, is a filmed
presentation of a performance
given in the San Francisco area.
The troupe who present this
satirical review have performed
several of the films routines on
the Smothers Brothers and

'Buona Sera'-Comedy
For Passing The Time

By CAROLYN HERRINGTON
Alligator Reviewer
Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell
should be rated in the same
category as vegetable beef
soup a lot of ingredients but
not too much meat.
Gina Lollobrigida, as Carla
Campbell, plays the mother of a
college girl whose father is
unknown. This unusual situation
stems from World War II when a
squadron of American soldiers
were stationed in this small
Italian village.
Carla, then an innocent
sixteen-year-old, finds comfort
and consolation from the
horrors of the war in the arms of
three different American men.
When she discovers the little bit
of themselves that they left
behind, it takes only a few
letters before financial support is

Top Ten Rascals Will Perform
For IFCs Coliseum Project

The Rascals will be
performing at the University of
Florida Friday evening, May 2 in
a concert presented by the
University of Florida
Interfratemity Council in behalf
of the Order of Omega: Project
SCAT. Tickets for the show a
benefit to raise money for a new
UF coliseum are on sale at
$2.50 at the Reitz Union Box
Office, The Record Bar,
Quik-Save Records,
Belk-Lindsey, and Recordsville.
In 1965, the recording group
appearing at the UF were known
as the "Young Rascals and
were playing at the "Barge a
discotheque in Southampton,
Long Island and unknown on
the national recording scene. In

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Johnny Carson shows. Yet those
who have seen them there will
find the timing and topics make
the routines well worth
re-viewing.
Most of the members are
comedy writes for either
television or popular comedians
and through the Committee can
do material that appeals
primarily to them or calm the
pounding blood of the ham
that courses through so many
writers veins.
Improvisational theatre is not
merely extemporaneous speech
within a given time limit,
including the non-sequiturs that
arise from such conversation.
Rather, within the given
situation with a proposed end
the actor is free to compose his
lines and develop his character in

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arranged for the child from the
three men.
Everything is fine until a
twentieth anniversary reunion is
arranged by the townspeople for
the former squadron. The three
men appear with their present
wives and the rest of the movie
is involved with Carlas attempts
to hide the fathers from each
other and their attempts to hide
Carla from their wives.
The movie accomplishes what
it set out to do. It is an amusing
and sometimes even

1968, this same group, only now
called simply The Rascals,
were selected by Billboard
magazine as one of the Top 20
album artists of the year, one of
the Top 3 recording groups of
the year, one of the Top 15
selling album artists on
Campuses, one of the Top 10
groups on campuses.
From their start as a local
discotheque band in New York
The Rascals have become one of
the most consistent hitmakers
on the UJS. record scene and a

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away that the skit will be
meaningful because of what has
conspired during its course. This
requires great discipline and a
tremendous ability to think
fast and funny.
The Committee humorously
tackles peoples foibles, those
that appear in all walks and are
particularity vulnerable to satire
because they are so familiar.
Some of the societal
symptoms attacked by this
extremely apt group include a
confusing confrontation in
which physical appearance and
language are the only differences
between the warring
representatives of the generation
gap, the syrupy results occurring
when the Dale Carneigie
philosophy is liberally applied to
dating, and the predicament of a

heart-warming two-hour
diversion. The characters are
simple and stereotyped requiring
little acting skill and receiving
just as much.
The action progresses steadily
but with few surprises,
supported mainly by an
over-abundance of characters.
During the slower moving parts,
males will find Gina
Lollobrigidas undeniably
beautiful physical attributes
keep one from being bored.
Telly Savalas, playing one of
the fathers, gives a commendable
presentation of the strength and
depth of a mans paternal
instinct.
The film is enjoyable if one
has nothing else to do and makes
two hours pass quickly. There is,
however, little that i notable
about the movie and nothing
that is enlightening.

highly popular group throughout
the world. Every record they
have issued since their first single
has been a best-seller. Two of
their hits, Good Lovinand
"Groovin have been awarded a
gold record for sales of
one-million conies.

RASCALS
"HOW CAN I
BE SURE
ifc

white who decides to go black
to get the inside story on the
Detroit riots.
One of the films most
enterprising sequences spotlights
a "typical T.V. show
Greed, a quiz program where
contestants win prizes by their
ratings on the Lustometer, a
machine measuring the intensity

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of their desire for a prize.
However, what goes on on
the screen is important. For
pertinancy, the Committees
contribution is extremely
relevant and for entertainment
its well worth your time.
Statehood
Alabama became a state in
1819.

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Ovca OK After 'Beaning/
Ready For UM Friday

Mike Ovca, the Gators
first-string catcher, thinks
hell be ready to see action in
Fridays baseball game here
against Miami.
Victim of a beaning
incident early in last
Saturdays 8-2 SEC victory
over Kentucky, the senior
backstop said yesterday that
hes been attending classes all
week and feels fine.**
Ive run some and

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KARATE MEMBERS WIN!
UF Karate Club members Dirk Mosig (left) and David Corson show winning form which helped them to
win first places at the 1969 Tarheel U.S. Karate Association Open Tournament held at Asheville, N.C.
Sunday. Eight UF members competed with 200 contestants from the South, East and Midwest to win nine
trophies and four first places.

Fannin Bright Star
On UF Track Team

UF track coach Jimmy
Carnes has great hopes for Jerry
Fannin, who he claims is one of
the brightest young track stars in
the country today.
The 5-10, 145-pound
sophomore from Lakeland is
re-writing the Gator record
books. Already he has claimed
two marks and is eyeing a third.
Earlier this season Fannin
broke William Thompson's
thirty year old 440-yard dash
record with an excellent
clocking of 47.1. Many athletes
over the years have been
shooting at Thompsons record
that was set in 1939 with a time
so 47.2. The third time Fannin
ever ran the 440-yard dash was
his record-breaking performance
on March 25 against Yale and
Southern Illinois.
Jerry has really been the
workhorse of our team this
season," said Carnes. His hard
work and determination have

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worked out lightly by mvself
the last two days, he added.
I dont feel dizzy or weak
and hope that after they
remove the stitches tomorrow
Ill be able to get in a good
workout.
Ovca was felled by a high,
inside fastball delivered by
Wildcat hurler Mike Sills. He
sustained a cut left ear that
required four stitches to
close, plus a swelling lump

been an inspiration to our whole
team.
Fannin anchored UFs mile
relay team to a new school
record of 3:13.6 on the same
day he ran his record-breaking
quarter mile.

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just behind his left temple.
Though he didnt suffer a
concussion, Ovca spent
Saturday night in the J. Hillis
Miller Health Center as a
precautionary measure.
The Gators, who rattled
16 base hits around the
friendly confines of Perry
Field Saturday, will be
seeking to even the score
with the Hurricanes this
weekend.

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I, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, April 23, 1969

Vandy Field House Grows,
$2 Million Addition Begun

(EDITORS NOTE: This is the final of an
Alligator weekly series of articles describing the
facilities at the other Southeastern Conference
Schools.)
By MARC DUNN
Alligator Sports Editor
The Memorial Coliseum at Vanderbilt
University is in the process of a $2 million
addition.
Vandys basketball field house presently seats
11,200, but with the changes it will hold 15,500.
The north and south ends, which are presently
walls, are being knocked out and replaced with
bleachers.
In the 15 years since the coliseum was built in
Nashville a number of changes and additions have
been made to improve it.
If we had used all the money weve spent

Beta, ATO, Tep Net Winners

Beta Theta Pi and ATO,
thwarted a TEP attempt to sew
up the Presidents Cup as all
three won opening round Orange
League tennis matches.
The TEPs won their match
against the Kappa Sigs 4-1 on
the strength of singles men
Micky Ross and Bob Scrlar and
doubles teams of Rosenblatt and
Trumpkin, and Levine and
Margol.
The Betas also looked real
strong in "a 4-Lwin over Phi
Delta Theta. Terry Green and
James Scott won singles matches
and Messing-Wischell, and
Pickering-Bean took the doubles
for the Betas. Rich Saba won his

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singles match for the Phi Delts.
ATO edged its way over Pi
Lam 3-2 winning all three singles
matches. Dick McClellan, Albert
Joyner, and Jim Waugh all won
hotly contested matches for the
ATOs. Pi Lams doubles teams of
Stevens-Stampelos, and
Rothman-Forrester were easy
winners.
In other action, Pi Kappa
DEEPHERS
will win
Sigma Chi Derby

improving the coliseum constructing it originally
we would have had a better structure, Athletic
Director Jess Neely said.
On the east side of the field house there are
three levels, the top one is a closed-in press box.
The west side, student section, has permanent
bleacher seats, the east side has plush
theatre-type seats.
The building is air conditioned, and includes a
swimming pool as well as physical education
facilities and lockers. The coliseum is mainly
used for basketball; it has a permanent basketball
court.
Vanderbilt has successfully sold out every
home game for the past few years, crowding a
standing room only group in for contests with
Kentucky and Tennessee.
UF coaches have called the structure
adequate for basketball purposes.

Alpha continued to place well in
intramurals with a 4-1 thumping
of Delta Tau Delta. Pi Kappa Phi
edged Lambda Chi Alpha 3-2,
and SPE stormed over AEPi 5-0.
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pictured Debbie Michelle).

Aches, Pains And Sores Block
PathToCheerleading Glory

(EDITORS NOTE: Beth Graves
participated in the 1969
cheering try-outs and was
selected an alternate
cheerleader.)
By BETH GRAVES
Alligator Feature Writer
Trying out for a position on a
cheerleading squad isnt the
breeze it once was. Once
referring to high school try-outs
possibly, or when selection was
once a formality or personality
contest.
On the UF campus, anyone
can try out who has a 2.0 overall
and a 2.0 from the previous
quarter, and after two weeks of
practice you are judged on
performance, personality, and
voice. It all sounds really easy,
but until you have tried it,
you dont know what you have
missed.
Initially, about 100 students
show for the experience, and
day by day, they fall by the
wayside. The practices tend to
weed out those who are
dedicated from those who just
cant take the physical
exhaustion. When you work out
on cheers, stunts, etc., daily and
go home only to face a hot bath
and a tube of Ben Gay,
frustration begins to to set in.
When your body is wracked
with various twitches and pains,
you have to maintain a positive
mental attitude and a great deal
of self-confidence to be able to
face the clinics and competition
every afternoon.
The most amusing and at the
same time difficult requirement
for trying out is the learning of
the stunts. With such names as
flying angel, cheek-to~
cheek, and bird, your
imagination can roam. Actually
they are graceful as well as fun,
that is if you exclude the falls,
kicks, and scratches. The
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mishaps are countless, but the
results are amazing.
Reasons for tying out differ
with each individual. He or she:
was a cheerleader in high
school,
9 has a sincere interest in the
UF sports program, or
§ was talked into going out
for the fun of it, for experience,
or to get in shape.
Anyone trying out must also
bear any rumors that are usually
spread during most campus
contests. The Greek-Indepen Greek-Independent
dent Greek-Independent controversy that was
thrown around last fall, the
possiblity of politico emphasis
when it comes to selection, the
importance of personality and
looks; all must be considered by
the cheerleading hopeful.
Finally, you must consider


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not only the tension and nerves
prior to try-outs, but the
weather, because they are held
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case Friday when rain prevailed,
and mass migration of
contestants, spectators, and
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Field to the gym, and then back
again.
For those of you who are
interested, you missed it this
time around. The judges reached
their final decisions Monday.

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