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PHIL BANNISTER
MISS INTERNATIONAL WEEK

At the semi-formal International Ball Saturday
night. Miss India Club Emily Rutherford of
Jacksonville was crowned Miss International Week.

Anti-Carswell Rally Set By BSU, WL
O _ J* a 1 S a .

See editorial, page 6
By JOHN SUGG
Alligator Editorial Amstant
A rally originally called by the
Black Student Union and various
local radical groups to protest G.
Harrold Carswells nomination
to the U. S. Supreme Court has
been broadened by local
Womens Liberation (WL)
groups who say Carswell is a
sexist as well as a racist.
The rally is slated for today at
noon in the Plaza of the
Americas.
A BSU and WL statement said
that besides protesting Carswells
nomination, the rally will also
focus on the following topics
and demands:
The Conspiracy trial
(seven antiwar activists whose
trial in Chicago was recently
completed).
t The decimation of the
Black Panther Party (BPP).

Wauburg Site Topic
Os Senate Debates

Whether the Student Senate
will approve $127,000 toward
developing a new recreation are
at Lake Wauburg is a very
igijiigliiiiM
YOUNG LION Pete Hamilton
came in first Sunday at the
Daytona 500 and took
home $44,850 page 12
Academics..... 3
Campus Crier 10
Classifieds 8
Editorials 6
FSU News 5
Letters 7
Movies 8
Small Society 4
Sports..-. 11

The
Florida Alligator

JUDGE LABELED 'SEXIST

The torture of imprisoned
BPP women.
The imprisonment, in
Florida, of Janice Harvey, a
member of Junta of Militant
Organizations (JOMO).
Repeal of Florida
abortion laws.
The demand for free
child-care centers.
t Other demands around
the issue of the oppression of
women.
The WL statement said:
The Gainesville WL
movement, community womens
groups are co-sponsoring and
participating in this rally because
we fed that Carswell has acted
against the interests of all
women in his 1969 court
decision which, in effect, would
allow employers to fire 4.1
million working mothers in the
United States who have children
under six.
We believe that, as Betty

controversial issue, according
to Senate President Jack
Vaughn.
The senate Friday toured
both the present Camp Wauburg
on the north shore and the
undeveloped area on the
opposite side of the lake.
The issue will probably come
to a vote in about two weeks,
Vaughn said.
I think several senators had
some reservations, Vaughn said.
I cant see where theyre going
to spend $127,000.
That amount is already
trimmed to the bone, according
to Student Body Treasurer Jim
Roll.
(SEE 'SENATE' PAGE 2)

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

Left is finalist Miss Persian Club Natasha Villamia of
Hollywood and right is Miss West Indian Club
Juanita Shearer of Kingston, Jamaica, also a finalist.

University of Florida, Gainesville

Friedan has testified before the
U. S. Senate Judiciary
Committee, Carswell is a proven
enemy of women.
Mitch Dasher, chairman of the
BSU, said although the primary
intent of the rally was to protest
the Carswell nomination, the
BSU had other issues to speak
on.
We will be supporting (BPP

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LOVE BLOOMS AT UF
Holding one red rote and listening intently to the Rev. Richard
Lewis of Gainesville's University Life Church conduct her wedding
ceremony. Miss Theresa Smith 16, became the wife of Alan George
Sandman, 22, on the Plaza of the Americas Saturday afternoon. A
local rock group. The Frosted Glass, provided wedding music for the
event.

UPD CRITICIZED
Report Charges
Untrained Police
By JEFF BREIN
Alligator Staff Writer
Task Force Four of the Gainesville Government Study Committee,
in a preliminary report issued in Gainesville last week, said university
policemen are assuming duties before proper training is administered.
The seven-page report on law enforcement conditions in Alachua
County said:
Because of low salary levels on the university force, campus police
have found it difficult to retain their best men, and have found it
necessary to delegate duties to officers prior to their receiving
adequate training.**
University Police Chief Audie Shuler called the statement
somewhat misleading.**
When does a police officer ever get fully trained?,* Shuler asked.
The UPD chief said all men are required to undergo full police
school training before assuming university patrol duties.
We may have some men who are enrolled in police school working
checkpoints but thats about it, Shuler said.
Shuler said he would have to get together with Task Force
Chairman Bill Reynolds to straighten things out.
In another portion of the report, the committee refered to some of
the police departments duties as custodial.

Chairman) Bobby Seale and
protesting his incarceration,
Dasher said.
Groups that will have speakers
at the rally and are helping to
sponsor it are the four local WL
groups, the BSU, JOMO,
Student Mobilization
Committee, Young Socialist
Alliance and Revolutionary
Youth Movement.

Monday, February 23, 1970

The job of checking doors and
lights, said the committee, is a
job to be done by non-police
personnel, or less trained police
officers.
This is something weve done
throughout the years and we
really dont object to it at all,
Shuler said.
I wouldnt go as far as to call
us custodians. Were concerned
with building security and were
in the area anyway, so why not
check doors? Shuler said.
He continued, saying that
since the police personnel are
employes of the state and since
the university is state property,
we perform this function.
The report will be forwarded
to Alachua County
commissioners after full
approval from the Government
Study Committee.
Burn Victim
Identified
A man who burned to death
Thursday morning was positively
identified Saturday as Kenneth
West Anderson, 3JM.
State Attorney T. E. Duncan
said the identity was established
by comparing dental charts. A
copy of a suicide note found in
Andersons apartment has been
sent to Tallahassee for
comparison with specimens of
his handwriting.
An inquest into the death has
been tentatively scheduled for
Thursday at 1 30 pm.
Andersons body was found in
a burning car in Kirkwood
subdivision behind his Gator
Town apartment, about 6 a.m.
Thursday. Police said Andersons
ankles were bound with what
appeared to be an electric cord
and that a gasoline can was
found in the car.
The suicide note, reportedly
written to Andersons parents,
told of a bad experience he had
with drugs in December.



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L Th Florida Alligator, Monday, February 23,1970

By SUE CUSTODE
Alligator Staff Writer
UFs Environmental Action Group (EAG) is
seeking members to help put more action into
projects to be listed at Tuesday nights meeting at
Walker Auditorium.
EAG President Bill Seaman said the group will
begin to dp something about problems which have
heretofore only been discussed.
Don Goodman, a graduate student is zoology
who heads EAGs task force to do something about
the water hyacinths at Lake Alice, will tell what
EAG and others can do about the problem in
cooperation with UF at the 7:30 meeting.
UFs Department of Environmental Engineering
has set aside money for mechanical harvesting of the
plants and EAG will provide the manpower.
Dr. Anel Lugo of the Department of Botany will
also be on hand to talk about the problem and
efforts to enlist the aid of the Florida Freshwater

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PERSIAN DANCE
One of the three finalists for Miss International Week, Miss Persian
Club Natasha Villamia, performed a native Persian dance at the
International Beauty Contest Thursday night.
Senate Discusses Lake Site

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[from page onej
It would pay for the Initial
rough clearing, docks,
bathhouses, a maintenance shop
and a caretakers house.
The old recreation site on the
lakes north side is too small and
too near the water, Roll said.
You have to go ankle-deep in
mud to get to the water; then
youre knee-deep in mud, he
said.
At the new site, Roll said, the
lake bottom is sandy in at least
one area, and there is more
room for parking, picnicking,
field games and even some
camping.

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It depends on what you
want, Roll said. The minimum
we feel, is $120,000
$150,000. That amount would
be needed to open the place up,
to make a real beginning. It
would eliminate the frills, but at
least we would have the
essentials.
The committee should give
the senate a breakdown of
project costs, Vaughn said.
It seems theyll have to give
some very definite figures on
where the money would go, he
said.
Vaughn thought the senate
should approve the plans
separately, then vote on the
appropriations.

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EAG Seeks
More Action
On Projects
Fish and Game Commission in combating the
plants.
Ken Schultz, a student of nuclear physics, will
discuss what has been done to date about the high
bacteria count in Lake Wanhug and what mote can
be done.

REPORTS SUSPECTED EXPLOSION

WURLENLINGEN,
Switzerland (UPI) The pilot of
the Tel Aviv-bound Swissair jet
that crashed near here Saturday
reported a suspected explosion
and then calmly asked that
police meet the disabled craft
when it returned to Zurich so
this matter can be cleared up,
investigators said Sunday.
A Swissair spokesman said all
baggage except mailbags was
examined before being loaded
onto the plane at Zurich. It
crashed 14 minutes after
takeoff, killing all 47 aboard,
Martin Speaks
At UF Tuesday
Dr. William Oliver Martin,
professor of philosophy at the
University of Rhode Island, will
speak on The Death of
Liberalism at the UF Tuesday.
UFs Young Americans for
Freedom is sponsoring the
speech and discussion at 8 pjn.
in room 362 of the Reitz Union.
. Admission is free.

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and government investigators
said the plane apparently was
sabotaged.
Nervous European airlines
reacted swiftly, many of them
announcing they no longer
would carry mail or freight
destined for Israel, even though
an Arab guerrilla group that at
first said it engineered the
blowing up of the plane denied
later it was responsible for the
disaster.
The text of the pilots radio
message to the control tower in
Zurich was released Sunday.
I suspect an explosion in the
rear compartment, he said,
followed by silence.
I can hardly see the controls
for the smoke, (silence) I suggest
police be there when we return
to Zurich so this matter can be
cleared up. (then some minutes
of silence) There is nothing more
we can do. Thank you for
everything.
The Swiss government
pledged to exert every effort in
pinpointing the cause of the
crash.
In Jerusalem, Israeli Premier

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A NEW PROGRAM llpei
OF INTEREST TO IV| tN

Information about the upcoming (April 22>
nationwide environmental teach-in will be given by
architecture student Alan Sandler. At least 300
campuses across the country are expected to
participate in the teach-in initiated by Sen. Gaylord
Nelson, D-Wisconsin.
The main purpose of Tuesdays meeting is to give
concrete ideas for action about these problems and
to recruit people interested enough to do more than
talk about environmental problems, Seaman
stressed.
Brad Raffle, EAG publicity chairman, said they
will try to get people divided into different areas
of active concern so something significant can be
accomplished.
In addition, attorney Chester Chance will tell
about the suit a private Gainesville citizen has
brought against the city for dumping pollutants into
Sweetwater Branch, a stream which runs into
Paynes Prairie.

Golda Meir met with the cabinet
for three hours to discuss the
crash. Afterward, it was
announced that Mrs. Meir would
make a special address to the
Knesset (parliament) Monday on
the disaster.
Political sources said the
Israeli government would almost
certainly call for international
action to safeguard civilian
aircraft flying to Israel.
The crash of the Swissair four
engine Coronado jet occurred
just two hours after a bomb
exploded in the mail
compartment of an Austrian
Airlines jetliner en route from
Frankfurt to Vinna, forcing it to
return to Frankfurt where it
landed safely. The plane carried
mail bound for Israel.
Swissair executives and Swiss
federal investigators both
refused to speculate whether an
explosion in a sack of mail
preceded the crash at
Wurenlingen, but they did attach
significance to the fact that
everything except mail had been
either X-rayed or examined
before loading.

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Demo Party Head Resigns;
Denies Presidential Hopes

WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Fred R. Harris disclosed Sunday
he resigned as national
Democratic chairman partly
because fellow Democrats
suspected he was using the
National Committee to build
himself up as a presidential
candidate.
Harris said the suspicions
started when Sen. Edward M.
Kennedy of Massachusetts made
clear, following his auto accident

ACADEMICS
NEWS AND VIEWS

THE DIRECTOR OF the
Health Systems Research
Division at the J. Hillis Miller
Health Center, Dr. John R.
Freeman, has been appointed to
the Health Care Systems Study
Section, National Center for
Health Services Research and
Development of the U.S.
Department of Health,
Education and Welfare.
* *
DR. CARROLL R.
DOUGLAS has been appointed
assistant Extension poultryman
and poultry section leader with
the Florida Cooperative
Extension Service. Dr. Douglas
will assume the responsibility of
coordinating the Extension
Poultry Program.
* *
TWO UF MUSIC instructors,
David L. Wilmot, professor of
music and Earl C. Groth,
assistant professor of music,
have been chosen to represent
UF in a nationwide study of
critical problems of music
education and will be the State
of Floridas representatives in
the 58,000-member Music
Educators National Conference.
* *
EIGHT FACULTY
MEMBERS of the UF Institute
of Food and Agricultural
Sciences have been awarded
Facutly Development Grants for
1970-71.
Those awarded are Dr. Carl W.
Cambell, Dr. Jack Fry, Dr. Dale
H. Habeck, Miss Ruth L. Milton,
Dr. Daniel A. Roberts, Dr.
William K. Robertson, Dr. R.C.
Wilkinson and Dr. E.S. Homer.
* *
A $6,000 GRANT has been
awarded to the UF by Tennessee
Eastman Division of Eastman
Kodak to support a doctoral
fellowship and graduate research
in the Department of Chemistry.
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on Chappaquidick Island, that
he would not be a candidate for
the White House in 1972.
The Oklahoma senator
elaborated on his reasons for
quitting in a UPI interview.
He emphasized that the
principal reasons were a desire
for greater freedom to speak out
on die issues and confidence he
had carried the party through a
difficult transitional period.
Nevertheless, he felt he could

NELL W. POTTER, M.D. a
UF physician, took part in a
training session for physicians,
clergy and faculty, at the
University of Illinois in Urbana.
The conference took place on

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not operate effectively as
chairman with his motives under
question.
Harris said he assumed when
he took the chairmanship that
he would serve through this
years election, but changed his
mind after his motives became
suspect.
While it had not been a
problem for me before, Harris
said, there were some who
wondered if I, myself, might be
a candidate for president in
1972. And therefore, wondered
perhaps if I was using this party
post to further my own national
ambitions.
That was not the case, but it
did severely hinder my carrying
out the duties of the job.
Harris stated flatly he was not
a candidate for either the
presidential or vice presidential
nominations in 1972.
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I, The Florida Alligator, Monday, February 23,1970

Unit Dedication
Honors Pioneer

Ceremonies were held at the
J. Hillis Miller Health Center last
Monday naming the inpatient
unit of the UF Childrens Mental
Health Unit in honor of Dr.
Henry C. Schumacher, a pioneer
in child psychiatry.
Schumacher, who retired
from the universitys Student
Health Service in 1962, has
devoted 45 years toward
restoring mentally ill children to
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Deans Council
Sends Regents
Memorandum
The Council of Academic
Deans last week decided to send
a memorandum to the Board of
Regents asking for guidelines on
possible conflicts of interest in
which a faculty member authors
a textbook used on his campus,
said a spokesman in the Office
of Academic Affairs.
The regents have stricter
standards concerning conflicts of
interest than does the
university, the source said.
A proposal for extending
credit to students for service
work in lower and middle class
communities was dismissed
because it was felt there are
vehicle courses through which
this can be accomplished at the
present.
A complaint over problems
encountered in pass-fail grading
was submitted from the College
of Physical Education. Other
deans were asked for any
complaints they had and when
none were heard the question
was discontinued.
A lack of time prevented a
scheduled discussion on faculty
reactions to standards accepted
for termination and tenure.
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normal lives in their homes and
communities. He still lives in
Gainesville and is active in
psychiatry on a voluntary basis.
The Childrens Mental Health
Unit is Floridas first fully
accredited, state-supported
facility for the hospitalization of
emotionally disturbed children
and for the training of child
psychiatrists.
The inpatient facilities include
two school rooms, a speech and
behavioral laboratory, two
occupational therapy
workshops, a roughhouse room,
an electronic telemetry
laboratory, a conference room,
nine interview rooms and a
family room. Four apartments
house 24 inpatients.
In line with the purposes of
the Health Center, important
goals of the unit are teaching
and research, as well as patient
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No Library Fines This Wednesday

No fines will be charged on overdue books
returned to campus libraries on Feb. 25, Gentle
Wednesday, except reserve books on which the
usual fines will be assessed.
This fmes-forgiven policy applies to books six

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months or a year overdue as well as those just a few
days past due. It applies also to bodes earlier
believed lost, but found in time to return them on
Gentle Wednesday. In all such cases, the library will
make arrangements to have student accounts cancel
charges or issue refunds.

by Brickman



$210,000 GOAL SET
Bennett Chairs Alumni Club Drive

U. S. Congressman Charles
Bennett of Jacksonville will
serve as chairman of the UF
Alumni Associations 1970 drive
to raise $210,000.
Jacksonville attorney James
Ade, president of the
association, said the campaign
will be launched in early March
with separate mailings to
Century Gub prospects and all
other alumni.
Century Chib membership is

| Glee Clubs Invited I
The UF Mens and Womens Glee Chibs have been invited to :5
l sing in concert for the Clearwater Rotary Club March 21.
s The concert will be a benefit to support a summer camp for 5
| the retarded children of Pinellas county. The Clearwater Rotary
l Chib sponsors annually a concert for the summer camp.
S The Glee Clubs, led by John R. Grigsby, assistant professor of gi
5 music, will be in select company. Previously only famed groups g:
5 such as the Norman Luboff Choir, Fred Waring and the g:
Clebnoff Strings have been invited. &
£ Departing from previous tradition, this is the first year that g:
: the Clearwater service club has invited a college group to g:
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Seminole Boosters Club which,
according to the New York
Times, was chartered by
Supreme Court nominee G.
Harrold Garswell as an
organization for whites only
may or may not be desegregated,
Boosters Club President William
Dubey said Saturday.

Since its records dont
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There were 768 gifts of SIOO or
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The clubs charter, the New
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Lanahan, Flagler System of Palm
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meet obligations of current and
future projects.
Bennett received bachelors
and law degrees from the UF in
1934. A member of the U. S.
House of Representatives since
1949, he hasn't missed a
Congressional roll call vote in
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SPEAKING OUT

Fable About Racism

Back in 1948, so the story
. goes, J. Strom Thurmond,
then governor of South
Carolina, ran for President or
I the States Rights ticket.
Needless to say, Mr.
Thurmond lost. Yet,
surprisingly enough, 20 years
later he found himself in the
role of de facto president,
with Richard M. Nixon acting
as his puppet.
In 1964 Thurmond, now a
U. S. Senator, read The
Spiro T. Agnew Political
Primer, a book with lots of
pictures of horsies and piggies
and Polacks and Japs but very
few words. When Strom read
the phrase When youve seen
one Democrat, youve seen
em all, he immediately
became a Republican.
In 1968 the aforemention aforementioned
ed aforementioned Mr. Nixon, who had
suffered political death in
1962, made like Lazarus and
was nominated for the
presidency (again). He knew
he would have to win over
the South, so like George
Wallace ten years earlier
(remember John Patterson?),
he decided They
out-niggered me that time,
but they'll never do it again,
I and he launched a Southern
Strategy, giving Strom veto
power over the choice of a
Vice-Presidential candidate,
etc., etc.
Richard Nixon was elected,
and, as he gave his inaugural
speech, Strom Thurmonds
lips did not move, his
ventriloquism act was that
good.
Robert Finch, a moderate,
was named Chairman of
HEW, and John Mitchell, a
Fascist, was named Attorney
Genersd. Into HEW was
placed Harry Dent,
Thurmonds protege. And
guess what happened?
Salvador Luria, who shared

the 1969 Nobel Prize in
Physics, was blacklisted from
HEW because he had taken
part in anti-war
demonstrations.
HEW is, of course, the
most liberal department in
the Cabinet.
On March 30, 1969, Leon
Panetta took office as chief
of the civil rights division of
HEW. On May 16 he
offended Southerners (Bless
their pardon the expression
- souls) by saying in Atlanta:
It would be a tragic
charade for this or any
administration to wink at or
ignore the (civil rights) laws
while pleading for respect for
law and order on the
campuses and in the streets of
our nation.
Several legislators
complained to Finch and
Nixon, and Panetta was a
marked man. One
congressman recently told
UPI that efforts to oust
Panetta have been going on
within the Administration at
least three months.
Panetta was upset last
week after Nixon took a
neutral stance on several
Senate amendments that slow
school desegregation. Panetta
told a reporter:
We gave them the new
guidelines on Independence
Day, the Stennis statement
on Lincoln's Birthday, and
maybe we should shoot 10

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Florida
Alligator
The price of freedom
is the exercise of responsibility.
Raul Ramirez
Editor-In-Chief
Dave Doucette
Managing Editor
Carol Sanger
Executive Editor
Vicki Van Eepoel
News Editor

blacks on Washingtons
Birthday.
On Feb. 17 Panetta
submitted his forced
resignation, having been told
to resign because of his
liberal policies.
Like Clifford Alexander,
John Knowles, and others,
Panetta has been defeated by
the Dirksen-Thurmond
Administration.
Meanwhile, a racist named
G. Harrold Carswell has been
given the blessings of Nixon
and Mitchell (and Thurmond
and Eastland and Hruska and
Gurney, ad nauseum) to sit
on the Supreme Court,
assuming Carswell doesnt
mind wearing BLACK robes.
By the way, Louis
Brandeis, Benjamin Cardoze,
F elix Frankfurter, Arthur
Goldberg, Abe Fortas, and
Thurgood Marshall would not
be welcome in the Tallahassee
country club.
My fable has, of course, a
happy ending.
Mr. Nixon recently
announced the formation of a
committee on desegregation.
Guess who is chairman of the
committee? Why, Spiro
Agnew, thats who!
While Im at it, I think I'll
close with a quote from the
editors of Ramparts:
Men like (Julius)
Hoffman and Agnew seem
laughable at first, but only
because the political
dominance of the
crypto-fascist right is new to
this generation. There should
be no mistake on this point:
the right is in power. And its
strategy, plainly asserted, is
to bludgeon and then silence
the left and ultimately all the
forces of change in America.
It will stop at nothing to
achieve those if for
no other reason than because
it has no other options.

DAVID MILLER

EDITORIAL
Oppose Carswell
Today at noon two groups, one representing an oppressed
minority and one representing an oppressed majority, are
rallying on the Plaza.
Their unity is a message to the U. S. Senate:
Dont confirm G. Harrold Carswell as a Supreme Court
Justice.
These groups, the Black Student Union (BSU) and
Womens Liberation (WL), object to Carswell on two
counts, he is a racist and a sexist.
We agree.
Carswells attitude towards blacks has been made widely
known during the last few weeks.
The judge took his stand over two decades ago, a stand in
full support of white supremacy. He claims to have changed
since but facts belie this claim.
His harassment of civil rights workers and lawyers, the
conditions at the Elberta Crate and Box Co. in Tallahassee
that his family owns (the worst kind of working conditions
exist in a shop where whites average 50 cents more an hour
than blacks), the Tallahassee country club this all adds up
to a picture of a racist.
At Carswells club, incidentally, former and current
Supreme Court Justices Louis Brandeis, Benjamin Cardoza,
Felix Frankfurter, Arthur Goldberg, Abe Fortas and
Thurgood Marshall would not be welcome.
Carswells attitude towards women is less well known.
Betty Friedan, president of the National Organization of
Women, at a Senate hearing said:
Judge Carswell was party to a most unusual judiciary
action which would permit employers, in defiance of the
law of the land as embodied in Title VII of the 1964 Civil
Rights Act, to refuse to hire women who have children.
In effect, Carswells decision would permit employers to
fire over 4.1 million working mothers.
The confirmation of Carswell would be a victory for the
Thurmonds, Stennis, Wallaces and racists and male
supremacists of all varieties.
Strict constructionism in Carswells case is a cover for
all the worst one could find in a Supreme Court Justice.
President Nixon said Carswells record is impeccable and
without a tint of racism.
We say his record is overwhelmingly tinted with racism
and sexism.
So, we say to the BSU and WL today:
Right on!
Destroy Nation?
MR. EDITOR:
Ever since SMC organized the Vietnam moratorium I had some
questions about their ideology, but after the GE OFF CAMPUS
article I have no questions anymore.
First SMC says that The strike was precipitated by GE refusal to
raise wages and, as a consequence, they say further down that The
fight against GE is an indication that the American people are not
interested in financing the war in Vietnam.
Further down: GE makes weapons and communication devices to
maintain the empire. So they are saying that we should boycott
* ^? USC they hdp U S. government policies. Let me
recall SMC that on the last presidential elections Nixon represented a
firmer stand on the war than Humphrey, and the majority of the
Amencan people supported and elected Nixon. This, of course, with
the unbiased logic of SMC means that the majority of Americans do
not support Nixon. Excellent logic.
So I ask myself. If there is a group that wants this countrys pullout
(an defeat) so badly that they claim to represent the majority of
Americans, why dont they form a party, run someone for President,
and if they show in their party platform what they intend to do, and
the majonty of Americans vote for them, then they can do as they
!!l- S ~* er be the truly democratic way of doing
things. Or arent they democratic after all?
Furthermore, when they say maintaining the empire, how come
they choose not to say producing the necessary sophisticated
materials to maintain the military strength of this nation, which in
turn guarantees its existence and survival by deterring its enemies?
lheretore, on their view, if protecting the USA is bad, then
es roying the USA must be good. So the good guys must be the
ones t at want to bury us. And this, however strange to them, is
indeed good logic.
RAMON MACHADO, SEG



-THE OPPOSITION
Male Supremacy
Judge G. Harrold Carswells record as a male supremacist,
racist judge was emerging last week as public accusations against
President Nixons nominee to the supreme court continued.
The latest charges came at a Senate hearing in Washington
Jan. 28 where the president of the National Organization of
Women, Betty Friedan, branded Carswell an opponent of equal
rights for women.
Mrs. Friedan revealed that Carswell upheld a lower court
decision denying a woman with pre-school children the right to
hold a job. The decision was handed down by the fifth circuit
court of appeals on Oct. 13,1969.
Carswell was nominated to the high court by Nixon Jan. 19.
Since then it has been disclosed that the Tallahassee, Fla., judge
once publicly advocated white supremacy, systematically ruled
against black civil rights activists and belonged to a segregated
golf club.
While the attacks against Carswell mounted, President Nixon
continued to defend the newnominee. At a press conference in
Washington Jan. 31, Nixon said he did not know about the
1948 speech in which Carswell declared, Segregation of the
races is proper and the only practical and correct way of life in
our states.
Nixon lauded Carswells decisions over the last 12 years as a
federal judge, a record which is impeccable and without a tint
of racism ...
Nixon went on to say that as far as the restricted golf club is
concerned, if everybody in Washington in government service
who belongs has belonged or does belong to a restricted golf
club were to leave Government service, this would have the
highest rate of unemployment of any country city in the
country.
If the words were clumsy, they accurately reflected the racist
ruling class interpretation of justice that Carswell and the entire
judicial system represent.
In a statement before the Senate judiciary committee Mrs.
Friedan said:
I am hare to testify before this committee to oppose judge
Carswells appointment to supreme court justice on the basis of
his proven insensitivity to the problems of the 51% of the
United States citizens who are women and specifically his
explicit discrimination in a circuit court decision in 1969 against
working mothers...
Judge Carswell was party to a most unusual judiciary action
which would permit employers in defiance of the law of the
land as embodied in Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act to
refuse to hire women who have children.
The case involved Mrs. Ida Phillips who was refused
employment by Martin Marietta Corporation as an aircraft
assembler because she has pre-school age children, although the
company said it would hire a man with pre-school age children.
This case was considered a clear-cut violation of the law
which forbids job discrimination on grounds of sex as well as
race. The Equal Employment Commission, empowered to
administer Tide VII, filed an amicus brief on behalf of Mrs.
Phillips; an earlier opinion of the fifth circuit filed in May
upholding the company was considered by chief judge John
Brown such a clear violation of the Civil Rights Act that he
vacated the opinion and asked to convene the full court to
consider the case.
Judge Carswell voted to deny a rehearing of the case, an
action which in effect would permit employers to fire 4.1
million working mothers in the U. S. today who have children
under six ...
Attorney Reese Marshall of Jacksonville, Fla., said in a
telephone interview that when Mrs. Phillips applied for the job
she was asked by a receptionist if she had young kids. Mrs.
Phillips answered Yes.
The receptionist, according to Marshall, then told Mrs.
Phillips that the company was not taking any women with
pre-school children. A short time later, attorney Marshall, acting
for Mrs. Phillips, filed suit.
The charges against Carswell were further elaborated at a
press conference in New York Jan. 30. We want to bring out
that women of all parties are opposed to this nomination, said
Patricia Burnett, president of NOWS Michigan Branch, who said
she had been in the Republican party 21 years.
A womens liberation activist at the conference said that she
had a baby. I have to work, she said, I don t know how a
man like Carswell expects me to work. She said that the
appointment of a sexist to the supreme court will reveal to all
women that they cant get justice through constitutional
means.
Mrs. Friedan called Carswell a proven enemy of women.
She said that Carswell had admitted that the effect of his ruling
would sustain an action preventing any mother of pre-school
children from getting a job. "7
Just as racism has been institutionalized, so has male
supremacy but for a much longer period, said Carolyn Jasin,
* delegate to the continuations committee of the Congress for
Women, commanting on the Carswell nomination. Women as
Betty Friedan have done much to begin to challenge all forms of
disarinmation and the causes of their oppression. We must
continually expose unmercifully characters like judge Carswell
who is obviously a racist and a male supremacist.
I dont think that more women judges, lawyers or women in
government will necessarily solve the fundamental problems of
oppression women face today, even though I think demands as
preferential hiring of women is an essential and justifiable
-l emand RANDY FURST.

Public Well-Being
Should Regulate DDT

MR. EDITOR:
During Accent week and in two recent Alligator
issues (Feb. 17 and 19) pesticide use was vigorously
defended.
It is disappointing to those primarily concerned
over the continued use of a few specific pesticides,
namely the persistent chlorinated hydrocarbon
pesticides, when those associated with major users
of the pesticides under question continue to defend
the use of pesticides in general.
I think most thoughtful citizens will agree that, at
this time, chemical pesticides are necessary to
produce food for the existing population.
However, the specific pesticides currently under
attack have been demonstrated to be sufficiently
destructive to the environment to warrant
discontinuance of nearly all registered uses.
The scientific evidence on the devastating
environmental effects of DDT is irrefutable. A list
of scientific reports of research on this subject is
available at the Wildlife Ecology Laboratory so any
reader who wishes to become better informed on
the environmental hazards of continued use.
Nearly all of the research has been done on DDT
because it has been used in the greatest amount for
the greatest time. The similarities in activity and
action of the above listed chlorinated hydrocarbon
pesticides and DDT are greater than their
differences.
It is on this basis that environmental scientists
researching pesticide effects recommend they be
considered as a group in legislative restrictions on
their use. Currently, proposed state legislation has
shifted away from the original concept of banning
all uses of persistent chlorinated hydrocarbon
pesticides toward permitting emergency use in terms
of human health and and food production.
Further, revisions are planned for a review board
representing the total community to decide when a
need is an emergency.
I think the public should realize there has been
no hurried decision to ban pesticides. In fact, most

Fix Machines, Wometco!

MR. EDITOR:
On the back of the Alligator
on Feb. 18 you printed an
advertisement for Wometco
Vending Machines, Coca Cola,
Pepsi Cola and Eli Witt Vending
Co.
Basically the article said that
these companies would pay
SIOO reward to anyone
furnishing information leading
to the arrest and conviction of
any person breaking into a
vending machine on campus.
My question is: Why dont
they spend the reward money to
fix the vending machines or get
new ones that work, so people
dont beat up the machines?
In my dorm area, Hume, the
machines are so bad you are
lucky if you ever get what you
pay for. You put in a quarter for
a pepsi and get back a nickle
4 I tli I i

along with a Frostie Root Beer,
without even pressing a button.
Wometco, why dont you
spend your reward money to do

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Janie Gould Karen Eng
Assignment Editor Assistant News Editor
Mary Toomey Anne Freedman
Editorial Assistant Feature Editor
Published by students of the University of Florida under the
auspices of the Board of Student Publications.
Editorial, Business, Advertising offices in Student Publications
Suite, third floor, Reitz Union. Editorial: phone 392-1686.87.
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Circulation: 392-1619.
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Monday, February 23,1970, Th Florida Alligator,

of the harmful environmental effects associated
with DDT have been identified for over 15 years.
For example, DDT was shown to cause cancer in
rats in 1947, as reported by the Food and Drug
Administration.
Only recently a study has been published which
shows that five parts per million of DDT in the diet
will produce leukemia and various other cancers in
experimental animals. It is difficult to perform
controlled experiments on large numbers of people
to conclusively prove whether DDT has the same
effect on humans as on mice and rats.
We, as a people, must be prepared to pay
increased costs for agricultural products if
production costs increase as a result of eliminating
the use of environmentally harmful pesticides.
We must be prepared to change our dietary habits
if necessary. If we cannot grow sweet com in south
Florida without the use of DDT, then we should not
grow sweet com in south Florida.
Our existence does not depend on the calories of
energy in south Florida's sweet com, but the
world-wide basis of all life may well depend on the
discontinued use of chlorinated hydrocarbon
pesticides.
I urge all those who wish to become better
informed on the hazards caused by the persistent
chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticides to obtain the
suggested reading list available at the Wildlife
Ecology Laboratory and at the Environmental
Action Group office (Room 323, Reitz Union).
The scientific evidence is largely in hand and it is
time for people to act politically and responsibly to
slove the problem.
Please become informed before taking a position
on pending Florida pesticide legislation.
We all should share the public position of the
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences that
the public well-being must determine the use of
pesticides.
ctFVF MTSTIf
ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION GROUP
GEORGE CORNWELL, WILDLIFE ECOLOGY

some good instead of attacking
the problem in a backward
manner?
RICHARD POCEPOWICH, 2UC

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for money In sin city, no children or
pets. Couples or working singles,
392-1214 or 372-7024 after 5.
(B-89-st-p)
Several 1 br. apts., 1 bath, kitchen,
jlvlngroom, completely furnished,
ww carpet, a/c, $l2O TV.
Colonial Manor apts. 1216 S. W. 2nd
Ave. 372-7111. (B-6t-41-c).
We need 1 female roommate for
spring qtr. Landmark apts. $46.25
per month. All deposits paid. Call
Norma Goldstein 378-4849.
(B-88-st-p).
Male roommate needed immediately.
Private room & bath, pool, many
advantages, luxury apt. reasonable,
PHONE: 373-1151. (B-91-3t-p).
Across street from campus. Studio
apts. For both one & two students,
ww carpet, AC Cable TV utilities
included completely furnished
ample parking swim pool. College
terrace apts. 1225 S. W. Ist Ave.
Phone 378-2221 or 372-7111.
(B-84-ts-c).
New way of living! Private
bedroom, cen. A/C &H, pool,
furnished, close to campus. AM
utilities furnished. La Mancha Apts.
378-7224. (B-81-20t-p).
Sublet 1 bedroom apt furnished ac
heater carpeted TV cable pool Vi
block to campus 2 blocks to SFJC.
Call 373-1047 $120.00 mo.
(B-89-6t-p)
Large paneled single bedroom In two
bedroom apartment. S3O a month
plus -utilities 916 SW 7th ave apt 1
call Dan 378-7392. (B-92-3tp)
Sublet 1 big bedroom apt. 3 blocks
from campus. Air conditioned. 100 a
month. February rent free. 1613 NW
3 Place. 378-1828 come by or call.
(B-92-stp)
French Quarter Apt. to sublet Spring
qtr., come by apt 110 or call for
infor 372-3061. (B-92-stp)
m
Hip female roommate needed. Own
bdrm. free utilities, free Feb. rent. La
Mancha apts. -70 month. Call
373- (B-90-4t-p).

OPENS TONIGHT !!!
Florida Players production of
PHILADELPHIA, HERE I COME!
February 23-28 8:00p.m. Constans Theatre
U. of F. Students: $.75 General Admission: $1.50
All seats are reserved
Box Office: 3921653

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utilities. 376-0189. (C-89-st-p)
3 girls need 4th in beautiful 2 bdrm.
Hawaiian Village apt. Call 372-2949
any time. (c-90-st-p).
1 or 2 roommates needed for 2 bdrm.
Summit House Apt. for Spring
quarter. $43.50/mo. Call 376-6361.
(C-91-st-p).
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new and more modem location,
at 505 N.W. 13 St. f where you
will find the same high quality
of service that you have become
accustomed to expect from Billy.
The very finest petroleum
products and Phillips 66 tires
and batteries.
BILLY'S 66 SERVICE
505 N.W. 13th St.

WANTED
1 female roommate for large
two-bedroom house with studio,
fireplace, two blocks from Norman.
41.25 mo. Call 378-4388 or
392-7656. (C-91-st-p).
Listeners wanted: Will pay $2.00 for
one hour session. Must be native
enlglsh speaking and have normal
hearing. Please call Darlene Weston
between 1 and 4 PM for
appointment. 392-2049.
(C-91-10t-p).
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|f WANTED
Roommate 3 bedroom apt.,
offstreet parking, Ige. bath, kitchen,
l r. S4O mo. near Unlv. Law Stud.
& Adv. senior. 406% N. E. Ist Ave.
376-0317. (C-88-st-p).
Roommate: $35/Month and shore
expenses. Home phone 378-7032 or
Grove Hall rm. 47 or 50. Ph.
376-9171. (C-86-st-p).
1 female roommate for house 1 block
from campus, own bedroom $42 mo.
+ utilities, wanted Immediately!!!!!.
378-2828. (C-88-st-p). ____
Male or Female wanted for Spring
Quarter. Exotic 2 bedroom French
Quarter apt. For all the exciting
details, call Laird at 373-2743.
(C-92-stp)
Female roommate wanted for two
bedroom Williamsburg apartment. All
deposits paid. Call 376*5771.
(C-92-stp)
I'm analyzing commercial radio and
TV programing and counter pro. etc.
Also Info, on any area of ETV. Write
Mike Seeman 6623% Whltset Ave,
North Hollywood, Calif., Your help
rewarded. (C-91-st-p).
f HEIR WANTO |
Listener Subjects Needed Special
study Must be native English
Speaking and have normal hearing. 2
hours per session at $2.00 per hour
for total of 11 hours. If interested
please contact Mrs. Slater
392-2049 for appointment, between
1 and 4 p.m. (E-92-10tp)
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELOR
OPENINGS: Costal boys and girls
camps featuring seamanship plus
all usual camping activities have
openings for college men and women
to serve as camp counselors; June 10
August 22. Excellent character
references and ability to Instruct In
camp program (sailing; motorboating,
aquatics, land sports) required. Good
ialaryi Room and board furnished.
Quick answer upon receipt of
application. Apply te Wyatt Taylor
Camp Sea Gull/Setfarer Post Office
Sox 10976 Raleigh, North
Carolina 27605. (J-90-3t-p).
JOB OPPORTUNITY On-campus
franchise to sett and promote
LoveMates the all-new
photo-pillow, (see our ad this Issue)
Must be able to organize sales team.
SIOO Investment provides complete
sales kit, license and samples. Earn up
to SSOO per week In your spare time!
Send resume listing qualifications and
snap shot to LOVEMATES, P.O. Box
18382, Tampa, Fla. 33609.
Now accepting applications for
Summer Camp Counselors at
PINEWOOD For boys and girls in
Hendersonville, N.C. Write P. Q. Box
4585, Normandy Branch, Miami
Beach, Fla. 33141. (E-91-st-p).
Graduating Accounting Majors Why
not remain In Gainesville In a state
career service position with the
University of Florida? Chalenging
positions with excellent promotion
potential starting salary $650 a
month plus liberal fringe benlfits
please contact Mr. Egan Employment
Manager; Hub 392-1222 Equal
Oppertunlty Employment.
(E-92-stp)
Wanted: Experienced gardeners,
accurate typist, one houseworker.
Permanent days. Hours you can
work. 533-2381 rrl Box 361, Starke
Fla. (E-92-2tp)

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AUTOS 1
1 *.
1964 Corvalr convertible witn *-spd.
synchro, bucket seats, radio, heater,
engine & transmission rebuilt. Call
fruce Cashon at 378-5154.
(G-90-st-p).
Peugeot 404, red sunroof 4 dr. sedan.
4 speed man. trans. One owner.
43,000 ml. $695 or best offer.
376-2771 after 6 and weekend.
(G-90-4t-p).
1965 VW bus rigged for camping fun.
Comfortable double bed, curtains
new tires recent overhauled engine,
trans. new clutch $950 call
372-0590. (G-92-2tp)
1969 Corvette convertible, 350 h.p.,
4 speed, air. cond., tilt wheel, new
August *69. $4,600, 373-2624 after 5
PM. (G-91-3t-p).
1963 LeMans excellent condition
best offer over $425. 373-1754.
(G-89-lt-p)
Peugeot 404 red sunroof 4 dr. sedan.
4 speed man. trans. One owner,
43,000 ml. $695 or best offer
376- ~772 after 6 and weekends.
(G-90-4t-p).
PERSONAL l
¥ £
men thru sat. ruanas capes &
ponchos from Colombia 25 *>off.
zodiac shoulder bags 30% off. leather
skirts 25% off. SPANISH MAIN 1642
W. UNIV. OPEN 10AM-10PM.
(J-92-stp)
We saw the bear and then the hare.
Now we have an Uncle Tomaslto.
you know I know the WBA knows
Muhammed All is still numero uno.
(J-92-ltp)
Have your own Jokes published, rm
310 reltz union needs 1 & 2 liners
now! Send them to the program
office you may see them In print,
thanks! (J-92-3tp)
Lane: I'll not be losing a
room-mate-but-11l be gaining another,
brother-in-law ... Love, Peace, and
Happiness Deb. (J-92-ltp)
CALENDAR QUEEN OPENING
must like stew cobbler. Miami and
me. Apply In person, bring your own
happiness machine. Only strawberry
blonds need apply. (J-92-ltp)
WANT A THOUGHT PROVOKING
GUEST for DINNER? INFOR,
APPT. call RANDALL LANKE
7-Bp.m. 373-2821. (J-92-stp)
Lost: Will the guy who picked up the
PIKA Jersey-no. 21 on west unlv. near
the presidents house please call
392-9961. (L-92-ltp)
Lost first flight golf dubs lost near
Simpson Hall please return need
immediately, playing In Doral Open
Call Jack 2 8319. (L-92-2tp)
Free Introductory flight 8 Hours
Dual Instruction SIOO, Cessna 150,
$lO Per Hour. Phillips Flying Service
495-2124. (J-83-10t-p).
Buy DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, an,
other gifts wholesale. Name brands.
Guaranteed highest quality, see our
large selection and get your free copy
of our 200 page wholesale gift ana 1
Jewelry catalog. IMPERIAL
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS,
Wllllston cutoff at S. W. 13th St.
(J-75-3t-p).

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| PERSONAL 1
Take a little loneliness out of
someones life on this impersonal
campus. Smile at them. (J-90-3t-p).
Bahariey Mushroom Soup, Happy
19th to one-half of the best Plscean
twins In the whole world! Love, The
Other Half: LWMSA. (J92-ltp)
YOUR SONS CHILDREN ARE
DYING. Help EAG keep your world
livable. Call 392-1609, or see us in
RM. 323 of the UNION. (J-91-st-p).
FLASH FROM CHICAGO! Hugh
Hefner Is moving his famous playboy
Club to the UF campus Feb. 28 and
setting up headquarters at Graham
from 6l. See bunnies, enjoy
dinner, a floor show, and a dance to
help 'us prove that were no.l!
Tickets are $5 per couple and on sale
at the Graham office or from any
bunny. (J-90-st-p).
660 a month, room & board,
COHeglate Living Organization, 117
N. W. 15th St. Call 376-9420 for
secretary, COED. (J-84-ts-p).
Travel and study In Europe. 6 weeks,
7 countries. Jet crossing, private
coach, excellent accomodations, lew
cost, loans available. Small UF group
lead by highly experienced graduate
couple. Arrangements by World
Academy. Call for booklet.
372-5489. (J-90-st-p)..
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Lost: Tobacco pipe carved In shape
of fish at Millhopper paths.
Reward sls. Not valuable except to
me. Lu Hardin 392-6189 from 8 to 5.
(L-89-st-p)
Reward! Jade bracelet with gold trim
believed to be lost between Anderson
and PIKE house. Valuable.
PERSONAL meaning. Please call
392-8641. (L-90-3t-p).
I
XEROX COPIES: spedlzatlng In
thesis and dissertation copies and
ceNatlng. GatnesvHle Printing Co.
1817 Hawthorne Rd. Call 372-4313.
(M-83-14t-p).

1500 Northwest 16th Avenue
VILLA RAVINE
Luxury Apartment
Residences
HERE are apartments that feel as hid and as private as a
home! Space that flows through wide glass sliding doors
onto a balcony that over looks the ravine, the fountains
and the hillside
VILLA RAVINE is secluded in North West Gainesville
with easy access to toum and the shopping mall Mrs.
Linda Langford, our manager, is available at your
convenience to show you the ultimate in apartment living.
Phone 378-8521.
Professional Management By:
|H| ERNEST TEW & ASSOCIATES, INC.

[ SERVICES |
SAVE $$ STUDENT PRIVILEGE
CARD is now on campus. Local and
national disc, call Fred at 372-9705
and save ss. (M-87-stp)
COEDS: Excess Facial Hair removed
forever. Edmurtd Dwyer,
Electrologist. Over 20 years
experience. 372-8039. Medically
approved electrolysis. (M-12t-57-p)
Volkswagen Parts and Services.
Guaranteed Repairs by Specialist.
Gainesville Machine Shop. Call
376-0701. (M-ts-57-c)
INCOME TAX RETURNS $4 and
up. Campus Tax Service, at Rebel
Discount. 1227 W. Univ. 372-8309.
(M-83-20t-p).
Typewriter clean-up special extended
by student request. We will dean,
adlust, lubricate, and Install new
ribbon on any manual portable
typewriter for just $12.50, electric
portable $18.50. Savings of more
than slOl 48 hr. service. All work
guaranteed. 30 days Jr. Office
Furniture Company. 620 S. Main St.
Phone 376-1146. (M-86-llt-c).
LIFETIME PLAQUING. Protect
your valuable certificates, diploma,
and photographs. Beautiful walnut
border. Sizes form postage stamp to
24 x 44, 8 x 10" certificate only
$11.15. Two week delivery.
Gainesville Printing Co. 1817
Hawthorne Rd. Call 372-4313,
(M-83-24t-p).
Alternators-Generators-
Starters-Eiectrical Systems tested and
repairsAuto Electrical Service, 603
SE 2nd St. 378-7330. (M-72-ts-c)
Irregulars and Seconds colorful sheets
and towels all sizes. Sheet and Towel
Shop 103 S. W. Ist Street.
(M-91-st-p).
Happiness Is getting your eyeglasses
at the smallest eyeglass office In
town. Drive your own waiting room
to University Opticians at 519 S. W.
4th Ave., across from Greyhound Bus
Station, 378-4480. (M-ts-59-c).
Quoth our store never morel / Our
famous door Is no more / Hacked and
chlsled, bashed and beat / It has been
replaced with one that's neat / It
happened on one dark night / The
morning after was a fright / The walls
left bare without a care / For those
of you who'd like a pair / But don't
dispalr for we do care / And have
replaced with many a new pair.
UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS
378-448$ Oh yes, drive your own
waiting room. (M-92-it-p)
INCOME TAX RETURNS
PREPARED 35 N. Main St.
378-9666 378-6127. (M-38-59-p|.

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K The Fleride AW-toc. Mender. Febmery 23.1970

I Campus Ctitt
ISG ACQUIRES SPECIAL MOTEL RATES
Student Government and the Sheraton Hotels and Motor Inns have combined efforts to offer a special
student room rate for all full-time University of Florida students.
The Gator Loan Fund gets 10% of the profits every time a student takes advantage of this unique offer.
Gator Loan Fund raises money to secure watching federal funds for long-term student loans. So everytime a
student gets a room at this new low rate, he also helps a needy student.
Now just a word about the mechanics of making a reservation. They can be made through your Student
Government Representative or any Sheraton Hotel. In making your reservation, be sure to give the date,
hotel and city, expected time of arrival, and number of rooms. It is important to indicate that you are
I eligible for the Student rate. You must show your student identification when registering, and again when
I checking out.
I Pick up your identification card in the Student Government office.
| ACCENT 71 SEEKING CHAIRMAN
Anyone interested in applying for chairman, vice chairman, or other positions on the Accent 71
f executive staff may do so in the Student Government office.
20TH ANNUAL JAZZ CONCERT
John Abate, free lance artist who records and performs with Frank Sinatra, Andy Williams, Anita Bryant,
Sammy Davis, Jr., Robert Goulet, and others, will be the featured guitar soloist on the 20th Annual Jazz
Concert by the Dept, of Music's jazz ensembles, the Variety Bands.
Also on the program will be the U. of Fla. Jazz Quintet, which was recently selected to perform in the
fe semi-finals of the 1970 Mobile Jazz Festival; Melissa Leiffer, vocalist; and three "big bands." Music
I performed will range from popular to rock to experimental jazz.
I Tuesday evening, Feb. 24, University Auditorium. Admission is free.
i % f ; *. v '*'
I "PHILADELPHIA, HERE I COME!" STARTS TONIGHT
Florida Players' Production of the Broadway play, "Philadelphia Here I Come!" opens tonight at the
Constant Theatre. At 8:00 p.m. the Irish story of a young man about to depart for the United States
unfolds in a delightful and sometimes humorous manner. Tickets are on sale at the Reitz Union Box Office:
I 392-1663. U. of F. students: $.75. General Admission: $1.50. "Philadelphia Here I Come!" will play
February 23 2B.
I BULLETIN BOARD SPACE AVAILABLE
Bulletin board space is available to any campus organization wishing to use it. Bring your material, 20
copies of each sheet, to student government offices and you will get free publicity for your organization.
No personal material will be posted.
WINTER FROLICS
PLUS
I 'Jill CELEBRATION
I 7:3opm & 10:30pm Tickets sold at: I
1 Union Box Office, Record Bar,
I Recordsville
I -$5.50 per couple
JOHNNY RIVERS
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I ALL STUDENT GOVERNMENT CABINET AND STAFF DESIRING SPACE IN THE CAMPUS CRIER, MUST HAVE THEIR
I INFORMATION IN THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICE BY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, 5:00 OF EACH WEEK IN ORDER FOR IT
I TO APPEAR IN MONDAY'S CAMPUS CRIER.
I RONNIE BLOOM
I DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS
I STUDENT GOVERNMENT
I



SATURDAY NIGHT

UF Topples Miss. State

By NICK CAIN
Alligator Sports Writer
UF hosts Mississippi tonight
in Florida Gym with the Gators
coming into the contest from a
commanding Saturday night
87-70 victory over Mississippi
State.
Mississippi enters the game
with an SEC record of five wins
and nine loses and an overall
record of nine wins against 12
loses.
The Gators enter the game
with a conference record of five
wins and 10 loses and an overall
record of eight wins against 15
loses.
A victory over Mississippi
tonight will move UF past
seventh ranked Ole Miss in the
SEC.
In Saturday nights game, the
Gators maintained a sizable lead
until midway through the first
half when Mississippi State
closed the gap to 25-21.
The Gators then spurted to a
43-29 halftime lead behind the
hot hand of Owens who scored
11 of his 24 first half points in
that eight minute interval.
Owens, who is the third
all-time season scorer for the
Gators, will play his last home
game tonight against Mississippi
beginning at 7:45. The Tampa
senior needs to average 22.3
points per game in the remaining
games to break Neil Walks single
season record of 663 points.
In the second half the Gators
again began a barrage of scoring
with Owens hitting for nine to
up the UF lead to 53-38.
Mississippi then switched to a
man-to-man situation on Owens
which stalled the Tampa senior
for several minutes.
Then with 43 seconds
remaining to play and needing
only three points to surpass Dick
Tomlinsons single game record,
Owens was called for two quick
fouls which put him out of the
game with five fouls.
UFs Clifford Cox lead the
rebounding with 17 as the
Gators dominated Mississippi
State under the boards with the
Gators grabbing 62 with the
Bulldogs managing only 39.
Cox was also second in
scoring for the Gators with 15
points, followed by Dan Boe
with 14, Jeff Miller with eight
and Jerry Hoover hitting for
five.
Mississippi State was led by
the scoring efforts of John
Guyton with 21 points, followed
by Jack Bouldin and Randy
Hodges, each hitting for 17
points.
The UF frosh squad trounced
Broward Junior ' College
Saturday night in Florida Gym
by the decisive margin of 91-74,
led by Tony Miller with 27
points.

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!, The Florida Alligator, Monday, Fabruary 23,1970

'Young Lion' Wins Daytona 500

DAYTONA BEACH (UPI)
Young Bon Pete Hamilton, who
warned the slow drivers to keep
out of the high groove,
outdueled veteran David Pearson
in a wild finish Sunday to win
the $204,185 Daytona 500 in a
shark-nosed Plymouth
Superbird.
Hamilton, one of the
youngest drivers in the race at a
tender 28 years, passed Pearson
with 20 miles left to go and then
blocked him time and again in
the finishing minutes before the
biggest crowd in southern sports.
A total of 103,800 fans
crammed into Daytona
International Speedway for the
race.
It was Hamiltons first
superspeedway victory in the big
cars and he picked up $44,850
for the holiday driving stint.
The Dedham, Mass., driver
who also maintains a home in
the racing capital at Charlotte,
N.C., crossed under the
checkered flag only 15 feet
ahead of Pearson, who was
driving a 1969 Ford.
Third and fourth, a lap behind
Pearson, were Bobby AUison,
Fencing Begins
The UF Fencing Club opens
its 1970 program today with
classes in advanced and
beginning fencing.
The club, which provides all
equipment, will conduct the
classes each Monday at 6:30
pm. in the basement of the
Florida Gym.

I GUESS |
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IN PLYMOUTH SUPERBIRD

Hueytown, Ala., and Chariie
Glotzbach of Georgetown, Ind.
in Dodges. Then came Bobby
Isaac of Catawba, N,C. in
another Dodge, two laps back.
Glotzbach lost a full lap
toward the end of the race when
he sped out of the pits while the
crew was still pouring gasoline
into his tank. He was making a
run at the leaders but was
black-flagged back into the pits
to get his gas cap screwed on.
The race was slowed to
149.601 m.pJi. average by six
yellow caution flags, flown
freely by speedway officials
after young Georgia driver
Talmadge Prince was killed in a
wreck at the speedway four days
ago.
The high tail fin on
Hamiltons blue car seemed to
steady him in the turns and keep
the frantic Pearson from getting
by.
Hamilton, a confident
youngster, warned eadier in the
week that he was out to win and
along with other top drivers said
he wanted the slower drivers to
keep out of the way to avoid
accidents.
Id like them to keep out of
the high groove, he said. Im
here to win money, not to take

part in the spectacular wreck
business.
Pole sitter Cale Yarborough
and Richard Petty both blew
engines and dropped by the

Guthrie Improved

DAYTONA BEACH (UPI)
Maryland stock car driver Glen
Guthrie, seriously injured at
Daytona Speedway Saturday,
was reported much improved
at HaUfax Hospital Sunday.
Guthrie, 32, suffered a broken
breastbone, fractured ribs, a
punctured right lung and
compressed vertebrae when his
1966 Mercury slammed into the
backstretch wall in a 300-mile
sportsman race.
The Temple Hills, Md., driver
was being kept in the
concentrated care unit of the
hospital but his condition had
improved greatly, according to
Speedway Chief Physician Dr.
A. A. Monaco.
The car was running out of
the high-banked second turn of
the speedway when Guthrie lost
control and it skidded along the
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Lee Roy Yarbrough in a Ford
and Buddy Baker in a Dodge,
spent long pit stops and dropped
far off the pace.

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before coming to rest against the
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