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VoL 62, No. 154

PRO-NIXON
Delegates Go
To Vietnam

WASHINGTON (UPI)
President Nixon is sending a
delegation of legislators,
governors and White House aides
to Southeast Asia Wednesday to
assess U.S. military operations.
The task force is
overwhelmingly sympathetic to
his Indochina policies.
Word of the hastily organized,
week-long mission was
acknowledged by the White
House on the eve of a crucial
test vote in the Senate on a
move to cut off funds for the
U.S. Cambodian operation after
July 1.
THE DELEGATION will
leave Washington a few hours
before the President goes on
television and radio to report to
the nation on the Indochina
situation, which his aides say he
finds encouraging.
The office of Herbert G.
Klein, the administrations
communications director who
will join the mission, said the
purpose was to determine
whats going on and to report
to Nixon when the group returns
to Washington next Tuesday.
At least seven members of the
Senate and House Armed
Services Committee, none
openly critical of the Cambodian
venture and most of them
supporting Nixons position, will
go-
WHITE HOUSE Press
Secretary Ronald Zeigler said
the delegation would tour South
Vietnam and would visit
Communist sanctuary areas in
Cambodia under attack by
Allied forced since April 29.
Besides Klein, the White
House will be represented by

Most Students Dont Know Honor Crimes

(EDITORS NOTE: This is
the first of a two-part series by
staff writer Steve Strang
evaluating an extensive report on
the Honor Court released this
week by the University Squires.)
By STEVE STRANG
Alligator Staff Wrhar
More than 75 per cent of the
UF student body cannot name
the three crimes prohibited by
the Honor Court.
Thirteen per cent did not
know any of the crimes. Only 24
per cent knew them all.
THE CRIMES? Cheating,
stealing and passing bad checks.
They are printed on the back of

The
Florida Alligator

Bryce N. Harlow, the Presidents
congressional liaison assistant.
Legislators named to make
the trip were Sens. George
Murphy, R-Calif.; John G.
Tower, R-Tex., and Howard W.
Cannon, D-Nev., and Reps.
Melvin Price, D-Ill.; William G.
Bray, R-Ind.; G. William
Whitehurst, R-Va., and 0. C.
Fisher, D-Tex.
Completing the list were Gov.
John A. Love of Colorado, the
Republican chairman of the
National Governors Conference,
and Gov. Robert E. McNair of
South Carolina, chairman of the
Democratic Governors
Conference and a firm supporter
of the military.

Gregory Talks Os U.S. Sickness

By RON SACHS
Alligator Staff Writer
Comedian Dick Gregory issued a warning to young people Monday
night about the sickness which he says exists in the United States.
If you are not aware of the sickness in this country, then youre in
trouble, Gregory said.
SANTA FE Junior Colleges Afro Student Union sponsored
Gregorys appearance. He spends most of his time on college campuses
around the nation.
Blending humor, satire and fiery analogies, Gregory pointed out
what he believed to be the flaws which make the United States a
sick, tired, degenerate nation.
He called todays young people the most moral group ever to grow
in American society, but added, Dont read the cracker newspapers
to find out who you are and what you stand for.
GREGORY REFERRED to news coverage of antiwar protests as
misleading the public about the intentions of youth.
The good people in the country, Gregory charged, will be
responsible if the United States falls in the next two years because
the bad folks have been here from the beginning.
Gregory sees the nations task as one of great magnitude. The only
thing that bothers me about you youngsters is you have everything

every UF fee card. But who
bothers to look?
The University Squires did.
Then they looked deeper into
the entire honor system. The
result of their investigation is a
104 page report on the honor
system, in which they dealt with
its problems, purposes, causes of
problems and some solutions
they think will work.
The University Squires is a
freshman and sophomore mens
honorary affiliated with
Omicron Delta Kappa. Its report
of the honor system is the result
of a year-long study of the
system.
UNIVERSITY SQUIRES
wrote the report because of a

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Many UF students have found bicycles to be
more convenient than motor vehicles, which are

seriously pervasive and growing
inability on the part of the
student body of the UF to
identify in both thought and
action with the UF honor
system a system which
maintains as the most
fundamental prerequisite for its
success the willing and active
support of the student body it
serves.
The Squires found that few
students know the crimes the
honor system prohibits; students
know little about the system;
many do not care about it, and a
majority feel the Honor Court
ineffectively administers the
honor system.
Squires used a survey

but the wisdom youll need to change things.
THE LACK OF wisdom stems from what he called poor
upbringing, meaning youve learned how to make a living, not how
to live.
There are not many alternatives left, according to Gregory, for
remedying the nations ills.
Youve got to grow overnight, he told students, and youve got
to change the system, for selfish reasons. Theres no other place to
go goTHE
THE goTHE BIG MISTAKE America made was in putting property rights
before human rights, he explained. Property rights are controlled
by man, human rights by nature.
Quoting the Declaration of Independence, Gregory emphasized the
portion charging citizens with the duty of abolishing or destroying an
unjust government.
And remember, we black folks had nothing to do with writing
that document, he quipped, but we sure are going to read what it
says.
GREGORY PROCEEDED to lecture a satirical American history
lesson, calling the white man a murderer and rapist from the day he
set foot on Indian land.
The white man picked on the Indian until the Indians went to the
(SEE 'AMERICA' PAGE 2)

conducted by Jeffrey Klink in
the spring of 1969. Klink
surveyed 435 UF students.
PART OF KLINKS survey
dealt with the student bodys
affectation for the honor
system. Affectation is defined
by Klink as how a student
generally feels about the system
not in an evaluative sense but
rather in the sense of general
feelings such as pride,
indifference, etc.
The survey showed only
slightly over one-half had a
positive affectation for the
honor system. Only stt per cent
believed strongly in the
system. Twenty-four per cent

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dont care and a surprising 23
per cent wanted to abolish or
(SEE 'CHEATING' PAGE 2)
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HEARING WILL be held
today for UF coed and men
arrested for marijuana posses possession
sion possession in Reitz Union ...page 3
Classifieds 10
Editorials 6
Entertainment 13
Letters 7
Movies .. 11
Small Society 7
Sports..-. 14



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Page 2

Business College Studies Objectives

By TERRY PITTMAN
Alligator Staff Writer
Students are caught in the
middle of a conflict concerning
the continued existence of the
Department of Real Estate and
Urban Land Studies, according
to Chairman Dr. Alfred A. Ring.
The rumors that the
departments of real estate,
finance, and insurance would be
merged were denied by College
of Business Administration Dean
Robert Lanzillotti.
THE ENTIRE College of
Business Administration has
been undergoing a complete
re-examination of its curriculum
objectives department by
department, Lanzillotti said,
not just the real estate
department.
Lanzillotti said no plans are
underway to dissolve any
department in the college. He
said he had no authority to do
so anyway.
There has been a committee
appointed to examine the status
of the real estate department,
according to Lanzillotti.
THEY HAVE been looking
at the question regarding the
status of the department,
Lanzillotti said, specifically the
desirability of keeping a separate
department.
Dr. Arnold Matthews has been
appointed temporary chairman
of the real estate department.
Matthews is chairman of the
finance and insurance
department.
Members of the faculty in real
estate are concerned because the
chairman of the three-man
committee, Dr. Howard Hovde,
is a visiting professor in
marketing and is not even from
the state of Florida, Ring said.
RING FEELS that students
and professionals in the field of
real estate should be consulted
about the situation.
Ring, retiring as chairman of
the department June 30, feels
there has been a definite effort
on the part of Lanzillotti to
dissolve the department.
On January 29, he
(Lanzillotti) called me into his
office and informed me of a
wish to merge the department
under Dr. Matthews, Ring said.
HISTORICALLY, this is the
only department formed by
law, Ring said, and any
merger would be a violation of
that law.
The departments are being
merged by simply appointing Dr.
Matthews as temporary head of
the department, Ring claims.
On March 3, Lanzillotti
announced he wanted to merge
the department because it was

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REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT INCLUDED

too small and not viable, Ring
said. He added that it should
have been dissolved five years
ago.
RING ARGUED that the
department is increasingly
important because in 10 years a
real estate brokers license will
require a bachelors degree.
The dean takes the stand
that there will be no change
resulting from a merger, Ring
said. My point is that you cant

Cheating Called Serious Problem

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change the system.
Reactions to the Honor Court
were a little more severe than
the system as a whole with only
47 per cent reacting positively.
THE HONOR CODE,
however, received an
overwhelming positive reaction.
Eighty-five per cent of the
students surveyed agreed with
the principles upon which the
honor code is based. This
indicated that while students are
unhappy with the honor system,
they believe in the basic
principles of the code.
The report also said there
appears to be a trend from a
positive to a more negative
affectation (to the honor
system) the longer a student has
been at UF.
Barely one-fifth of the
students surveyed felt the Honor
Court was effectively

America Made 'Big Mistake

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reservations, but whitey had to find another lndian.
The Jews, Irish and Italians all took their turn at being the
Indian, according to Gregory, but each group stopped playing with
the white cowboys.
THEN IT WAS black people, Gregory said, and they had the
distinction of being both niggers and lndians.
It took blacks the entire decade of the 6os to finally shake off
their Indian role. It still wouldnt have happened were it not for such
men as Stokely Carmichael and Rap Brown, Gregory said.
Gregorys comments turned to the events of last month. Its 1970
and people thought maybe whitey was through playing cowboys and
Indians, maybe he ran out of Indians, he said.
BUT KENT STATE University showed things were not different,
Gregory said. Thats what Kent State was all about. You young
white kids are the new lndian, and youre the new nigger too.
Gregorys statement drew laughter, but his subsequent statement of
explanation caught the audiences careful consideration.
When youre the nigger, he said, theres nothing you can do
right. And another thing all niggers look alike.
GREGORY commented that President Nixon called youths
bums and retorted, You young whites are low man on the totem
pole.
The force of his thinking was felt by the audience as applause was
followed by hushed silence.

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attract outstanding faculty to a
department that is under open
fire and might be dissolved.
It is the concern of interested
students that there have been no
replacements for vacancies in the
department, said Tom Infantino,
president of the Society of Real
Estate and Urban Affairs.
WERE TRYING, on the
students side, to keep a separate
department rather than merging
it, Infantino said.

administering the honor system.
Almost 50 per cent were not
sure, and nearly one-third said
the court was not effective.
THE SQUIRES report
concluded that of the three
Honor Court crimes, cheating
is the most difficult to bring to
trial, prosecute, and convict.
To discover the extent ot
cheating at UF, the report
included the results of four
questions.
In answering the first
question, most students surveys
agreed the problem exists at UF.
Only 25 per cent felt cheating
was not a serious problem.
THE SECOND question asked
students to estimate the
percentage of students they
think cheat. The majority of
students said they think at least
50 per cent cheat.
On the third question, more
than 75 per cent of the students
said they had witnessed cheating
occuring on examinations while
at UF.

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We came to the conclusion
that real estate should be a
separate department, said
Infantino, especially here in
Florida where it is so
important.
I announced last fall that
any vacancies should be filled by
the department, Lanzillotti
said. Each department was told
that any outstanding person
would be given priority as

However, the majority of
those surveyed said they
themselves had not cheated.
Fourteen per cent said they had
cheated only once, and nearly a
quarter said they had cheated
only a few times.
THE REPORT said students
involved in extracurricular
activities see a greater severity in
the problem of cheating. It also
said the longer a student attends
UF, the more likely he is to view
cheating as a serious problem.
One of the provisions of the
honor system is: every Florida
student is pledged to report to
the Honor Court such violations
of the honor code as he may
observe.
The survey showed, however,
that more than three-quarters of
those interviewed felt there was
not much likelihood that a
cheating violation would be
reported. And only 25 per cent
agreed with the honor systems
proposition that they should

Gregory analyzed the tragic aspect of the young white nigger.
THE SADDEST thing about you white kids being the new nigger
and the new Indian, is that its your own parents who are the
cowboys. --
Amidst all the criticisms and analyses, Gregory added, I hope you
young whites mature fast, and when your parents are through with
you, we want to talk to you.
Gregory then charged the young in his audience to stay concerned
in an effort to effect changes. We old folks have shown we can mess
up the country but its you young people who have the power to
change it, he said.
THE 38-YEAR-OLD comedian lashed out at U.S. foreign policy.
If America and democracy are so good, Gregory asked, why
are we running all over the world ramming it down peoples throats
with guns?
Our greatest weapon is not the bomb, not the navy, but the
Constitution, Gregory said, and black people want their rights
not on new legislation, but under the same documents as everyone
else.
YOU BOYCOTT haircuts, movies and Christmas and I guarantee
you that 300,000 barbers, John Wayne and a lot of stores will join
your cry for peace, Gregory said.
Gregorys speech, scheduled for only an hour, lasted 2 Yt hours.
Beginning June 14, Gregory plans to start a 40 day water fast,
consuming nothing but water. His fast will be an attempt to make
students wonder, why you can die but cannot vote.

invitational faculty.
There hasnt been active
recruiting in the department
(real estate) for new professors.
It depends on the efforts of the
chairman to fill these vacancies,
according to Lanzillotti.
The hiring of faculty is a
routine thing, Ring said, *We
have only one and a half
positions open so the situation
isnt as desperate as it seems.

report cheating violations.
THE REPORT also said that
only one-quarter of the students
surveyed thought the honor
code was more effective
deterrent to cheating than a
proctor system.
The longer one has been at
Florida, the report stated, the
more he is inclined to think that
a proctor system would be more
effective as a deterrent to
cheating than the present honor
system.
Thus, it becomes clearly
evident that a disturbingly large
number of students do not feel
the pride which is expressed in
those often printed but seldom
spoken words describing the
honor system as Floridas most
cherished tradition, the report
stated.
Tomorrow the Squires
statement of the cause of the
problem with the honor system
and some solutions they think
will work.



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What are the words to describe Diane Deal? Photographer Phil
Cope chose "tempting tigress." Diane is a member of Chi Omega
sorority and was secretary of Beta Little Sister. Dating, surfing, and
water skiing top Diane's list of favorite pasttimes.
Interhall President
Lauds Tolbert Area

Tolbert Area was designated
as outstanding living area for
1969-70 on Tuesday by
newly-elected Interhall Council
President Susan Jacobs.
Each living area submitted a
list of activities that they have
held over the last year. Each
item was evaluated on a point
system, giving points for social
and service activities to UF and
the community.
TOWERS TRAILED Tolbert
Area by only 10 points. Tolbert
led the list with visits to Sunland
Training Center and similar
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service projects, Miss Jacobs
said.
Karl Trappe, Jennings Area,
was named Outstanding Interhall
Representative of the year
Monday night.
Former President Sue
Johnson was presented with a
plaque commending her for a
job well done as the first
woman president of Interhall
Council.
AREA PRESIDENTS for the
coming year are Richard
Pocepowich, Hume; Deborah
Kiddy, Graham; Herb Solomon,
Tolbert; Alison Bird, Jennings;
Bob Marsh, Yulee; and C. E.
Reid, Broward.
Plans are being made to hold
open forums on contemporary
issues and to bring more films
such as Nagasaki and Genesis
II to specific areas according to
Miss Jacobs.
Through the efforts of
Interhall, freshmen womens
curfew was lifted, Miss Jacobs
said.
Interhall Council will be
working to get refrigerators in all
the living areas, and is presently
developing an open house policy
more favorable to the students,
she said.
Any students interested in the
improvement of living
conditions on campus are invited
to attend Interhall meetings and
share their suggestions.

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Three Face Drug Hearing

Two men and a UF coed
charged with possession of
marijuana in the Reitz Union
two weeks ago will receive a
preliminary hearing today.
University Police Department
officer Gene Watson said he
searched the room without a
warrant, acting on information
from Reitz Union employes.
Watson said there was no
requirement for a search warrant
because he had probable cause
to believe that a felony was
being committed.
According to a reliable source,
probably cause alone may not
be sufficient to justify searching
a room or private dwelling

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without a warrant.
Evelyn Brown, lUC; Arthur
Engel, 227 Garden Road, Palm
Beach, and Alan Lindsay, 260 El
Pueblo Way, Palm Beach, will be
arraigned before County Judge
John L. Connell at 2:30 p.m. in
the East Courtroom of the
Alachua County Courthouse.
The three were arrested May
20 after UPD officers found two
ounces of marijuana, several
marijuana roaches (cigarettes)
and seeds in a hotel room in the
Reitz Union. Engel and Lindsay
checked into the room on May
17.
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Alligator incorrectly stated that

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Miss Brown also checked into
the room on May 17.
Miss Brown refused to
comment on the case Tuesday,
saying a previous Alligator story
had been a lie.
1970 Seminoles
Still Available
Copies of the 1970 Seminole
are still available in the Student
Publications business office, 330
Reitz Union.
Seminole editor Ken Driggs
said the yearbooks existence is
already in jeopardy because of
losses.

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Uhlfelder Urges Students
To Register To Vote Now

Student Body President Steve
Uhlfelder is urging students to
register to vote before they leave
the UF this quarter.
I feel it is vital that students
exercise their right to take part
in the electoral process. Its a
positive way to make our

Dance Group To Perform

The Modem Dance Group
will present a concert on June
4 and 5 at 8 pm. in the
Constans Theatre.
Works by three students
will be presented as well as
two by the director of the
group, Sharyn Robbins.
THE FIRST work on the
program is entitled Peace
Three by Carolyn Watkins.
It is an abstract work based
on electronic music by the
same name. Linda Senns
Searching carries the
program note, ... Always
looking, always searching,
always needing something
more.
The third work, Selubr at
Perhelion Distance, creates a
contrast betweeen futuristic

5 Named To Senate
Student Body President Steve Uhlfelder announced Sunday he has
appointed five students to serve in the University Senate.
The five are Uhlfelder; Ralph Glatfelter, Omicron Delta Kappa
president; Sue Jacobs, Interhall president; Andy Kramer, former
student body presidential candidate; and Don Middlebrooks, Florida
Blue Key president.
According to Uhlfelder, these student have sat as members in the
University Senate in previous years but have traditionally been quiet.
I tried to pick the most vocal people I could to sit in the senate
because I think the students should be heard there, Uhlfelder said.
Uhlfelder pointed out students do not presently have the right
vote in the University Senate and said he would like to see this
changed.
He also said he would like to see the senate restructured to become
more representative of the campus.
1 think it is a little top heavy right now, he commented.
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feelings known, Uhlfelder said.
STUDENTS WHO have
resided in Gainesville for six
months and have been in Florida
for more than one year are
eligible for registration if they
are 21.
Difficulty has been

human relationships and
those of the present.
Rats Alley by Diann
Smith, is a jazz work which
comments on evil influences
in society.
THE LAST piece of
choreography, Hendek Hendekagon,
agon, Hendekagon, is a collage of moods
based on William Krafts
Concerto for Four
Percussion Instruments and
Orchestra.
The Dance Group is
sponsored by the Department
of Intramurals in the College
of Physical Education and
Health.
Tickets may be purchased
at the Reitz Union Ticket
Office. Admission, is 25 cents.

encountered by several students
attempting to register in Alachua
County. Uhlfelder encouraged
students to come to his office
with any problems they meet in
registering.
If there are unfair practices
used by the registrars office, I
will take the case to the
Attorney General, Uhlfelder
explained. Gov. Kirk has agreed
with me that students must be
encouraged and allowed to
register.
DURING THE summer
students who qualify are urged
to register in their home
precincts.
When November comes, a
student electorate could play an
important role in determining
what our representatives will
stand for, Uhlfelder said.
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SAIGON (UPI) North Vietnamese infantrymen
mauled South Vietnamese troops Tuesday in an attack on
a new outpost in an area previously protected by
Americans. Field reports said 40 defenders were killed, 67
wounded and 17 unaccounted for heaviest South
Vietnamese losses in six months.
The target of the North Vietnamese assault was an
artillery base being built in South Vietnams northeast
comer 390 miles from Saigon near the Laotian border.
MILITARY SOURCES said it was just established last
weekend and that defenses were not complete when the
North Vietnamese stormed in under a murderous mortar
barrage.
South Vietnamese commanders reported 81 North
Vietnamese slain in fighting that raged all day around the
camp. U. S. helicopter gunships flew through heavy
monsoon clouds to help repel the assault. Three American
advisers were reported wounded in the battle.
The camp was being built on the site of an abandoned
U. S. Marine artillery base known as Tun Tavern before
American forces withdrew from South Vietnams
northern reaches last year and turned defense of the area
over to South Vietnamese troops.
THE ORIGINAL Tun Tavern was in Philadelphia, and

Two Cosmonauts
Circle The Earth
MOSCOW (UPI) The first Soviet manned spaceflight in seven
months orbited earth in an almost perfect circle Tuesday seeking
minerals, charting snow cover and conducting experiments which
medical space sources said might be among the most important ever
made.
The two Soviet cosmonauts aboard Soyuz 9 said before their
launch Tuesday night it would be a working flight.
THE LAUNCHING was seen on television by U. S. astronaut Neil
Armstrong in the apartment of Soviet cosmonaut Maj. Gen. Georgy
Beregovoi, who told the U. S. spaceman it was especially in his honor.
The Soyuz 9 crew said geological observations from space could
discover uncharted mineral deposits, spot flood danger from snow
cover, and fulfill other major tasks for the national economy.
Space sources, however, said the major objective of the flight was
probably to seek answers to the problems of keeping man alive and
working efficiently in a space environment.
SUCH ANSWERS are essential to the Soviet goal of constructing an
orbital space station, these sources said. They estimated Soyuz 9
might stay aloft as long as two weeks.
Americas Gemini 7, launched Dec. 4, 1965, with Frank Borman
and James Lovell aboard, stayed aloft 14 days 18 hours.
The Soviets did not announce how long Soyuz 9 would remain in
orbit.
THE LARGE spacecraft, with Col. Andrian Nikolayev, 40, in
command and Vitaly Sevastianov, 35, a space rookie, in the engineers
seat, went aloft late Monday in a rare nighttime blastoff from the
Soviet Unions Baikonur Cosmodrome.
It went into an even orbit averaging about 134 miles from earth. In
outlining its mission the Soviet news agency Tass put
medico-biological research first on the list.
The Russians have been beaten by the Americans in the race to the
moon.
FROM NOW on, regardless of what the Americans do, they are
likely to be working on independent projects of their own. Their
highest space priority is the orbital platform.
Nikolayev, a former lumberjack and a veteran of the 1963 flight of
Vostok 3, reported his ship, himself, and his crewman in good
condition seven hours after blastoff Tuesday.
Then he turned off his radio for an eight-hour rest period.
2 Towns Disappear
In Peru Quake Floods

LIMA (UPI) A lake high in
the Andes has burst its dams
weakened by the worst
earthquakes in Perus history
Sunday and the waters swept
away the towns of Yungay and
Caras, the Peruvian government
said Tuesday.
There was no estimate of the
number of victims fjrom the new
disaster, but the towns had a
population of 40,000 each.
AUGUSTO ZIMMERMAN,
director of the national
information office, said the
quake death toll could xeach
30,000.

It was the biggest natural
disaster Peru had suffered.
The Llanganuco Lake has
burst its dams and Yungay and
Caras have disappeared,
Zimmerman said. The two towns
are 18 miles apart about 300 air
miles northeast of Lima.
ZIMMERMAN SAID there
was widespread flooding and an
incredible cloud of dust over
the disaster area up to an
altitude of 18,000 feet. He
warned the floods could trigger
more landslides in the once
beautiful Callejon de Huaylas
valley.

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it was the place where the U. S. Marine Corps was
established during the Revolutionary War.
UPI correspondent Barney Seibert, reporting from Da
Nang, said men of South Vietnams Ist Infantry Division,
considered one of the best units in the South Vietnamese
In Cambodia, fighting continued along the
east bank of the Mekong River where enemy
troops were apparently trying to clear a supply
corridor.
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the Mekong River where North Vietnamese and Viet Cong
troops were apparently trying to clear a supply corridor
leading from Laos to Cambodia.
SPOKESMEN REPORTED five Cambodian soldiers
were killed and 12 wounded near a bridge on Highway 1
between Saigon and Phnom Penh which was blown up last
week.
South Vietnamese troops reported killing 47

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Communist troops in a fight against Communist units
about four miles southwest of the Mekong River city of
Kompong Cham. Four South Vietnamese were wounded.
A MILITARY spokesman in the Cambodian capital of
Phnom Penh said North Vietnamese and Pathet Lao forces
were moving south out of Laos into Cambodias northern
provinces in an apparent attempt to set up a new
Communist sanctuary.
The spokesman said the town of Kompong Thom, 80
miles north of Phnom Penh, was under increasingly heavy
Communist pressures and that the town of Baray 65
miles north of Phnom Penh fell Monday to advancing Red
units.
Western military attaches said the threats to the
northern provinces of Kompong Thom, Prea Vihear and
Stung Treng were definitely not Viet Cong. These are
Pathet Lao and North Vietnamese.
MILITARY SOURCES said the Communists have been
moving south for some time, apparently trying to link up
with other North Vietnamese units driven out of
sanctuaries along the Vietnamese border in the Allied
campaign which began April 30.
Control of Cambodias northern provinces would
guarantee supply lines for the Pathet Lao and North
Vietnamese in the border areas. But food would be a
problem because the area is a poor producer of rice.

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WASHINGTON In their haste to get out of
Cambodia on schedule, U. S. troops are burning
captured rice that is urgently needed to feed hungry
Vietnamese refugees.
The U. S. publicity machine has been grinding
out stories about the capture of 2,500 tons of Viet
Cong rice and its humanitarian use to feed the
refugees. But my associate Les Whitten, writing
from the combat zone, reports:
Despite the artificial winds stirred up by the
propagandists, the rice is one place and the refugees
another. To be sure, about 37 perhaps 40 tons a day
have been trucked or otherwise transported to the
refugees who need at least 40 tons a day.
But at this rate, the Army cant move the rice
out of Cambodia fast enought to meet the July 1
withdrawal deadline. A maximum of 1,600 tons can
be shipped across the Cambodian border in time.
This would leave 900 tons of precious food to be
destroyed.
U. S. troops are solving the problem, states
Whitten, by burning the rice. Schedules have been
drawn up for U. S. destruction of the rice, he
writes, and the smoky fires one sees from a fighter
plane over Cambodia is, sad to say, the food that
might have saved children from starvation in less
mad times.
* *
There is ironic evidence that the U. S. pullout
from Vietnam may result in escalating rather than
reducing the allied war effort.
South Vietnamese military leaders, interviewed
by Les Whitten, have made it clear they will use
every available weapon to hit back at North
Vietnam if the communists continue to press the
war after the Americans leave.
This could still involve the U. S. since President
Nixon plans to leave about 60,000 troops in
Vietnam indefinitely to provide air, artillery and
logistical support for the South Vietnamese.
For some time, the South Vietnamese Air Force
has been itching for combat in North Vietnam skies.
Specifically, the men who fly for Saigon would like
to obliterate the busy port of Haiphong through
which the communist war supplies stream.
Even President Johnson, who ordered the
bombing of the north in the mistaken belief it could
end the war, hesitated to attack Haiphong. The
Soviets warned, for instance, that they would be
compelled to take military action if their ships in
Haiphong harbor were bombed.
But the South Vietnamese pilots, who fly with
dash and skill, see the port as the main source of the
enemys firepower. Without the U. S. to restrain
them, they would be mightily tempted to blast
Haiphong.
* *
The U. S., of course, has drawn up contingency
plans for bombing the port. For years, these plans
have been kept on file with occasional updatings.
Now that South Vietnamese fighter-bomber
squadrons are doing competent assault work, the
Saigon government is looking longingly at the plans
for knocking out the port.
An updated intelligence report on Haiphong,
slipped to this column, gives the military rationale

Robert Fraser
Editor-In-Chief

John Sugg Carolyn Pope
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Karen Eng "'
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for shutting the port without recommending how
it be done or dealing with the political
consequences.
The Haiphong port complex is vital to North
Vietnam today because it is the only entre-port
through which massive amounts of material can
flow to sustain the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong
war effort, the document asserts.
Without this port facility, the economy of the
country would be severely crippled. It is through
Haiphong that most Soviet aid reaches Hanoi.
Shutting it down, suggests the intelligence
document, would further aggravate
Russian-Chinese relations inasmuch as Peking has
at times denied permission for Soviet support to
cross China into North Vietnam.
* *
Navy Intelligence estimates that 300 ships a year
enter the port from almost every communist
country. Another 60 to 100 non-communist ships
calls at Haiphong each year from Britain, Cyprus,
Japan, Malta, Singapore, Somalia and other
countries. Some of these ships, we have learned
reliably, have Americans as partial owners through
devious corporate arrangements.
The intelligence documents declare that the
policy of halting the bombing of North Vietnam,
and the earlier policy of minimizing damage to
North Vietnams navigational network has
undoubtedly given that country an important
advantage over South Vietnam.
During the U. S. bombing of the north, key
industries, dams and ports were left virtually
untouched ... Thus North Vietnam is effectively
freed to build its economy without harrassment,
save only for manpower and monetary chains, says
the report.
Indeed, nature has done more damage to
Haiphong that has the war. Located in the Red
River delta, the port is constantly silting. Dredging
goes on continuously to keep it open for deep draft
vessels.
The South Vietnamese Air Force sees this as a
particular aid to any future bombing effort. By
destroying the dredges, they could eventually close
the port.

Phyllis Gallub
Assignment Editor

Dan Vining
Entertainment Editor

Alligator Staff

Fred Vollrath
Wire Editor

editorial
Flush Dodd's
No-Knock Bill
Flushing toilets inspired a piece of legislation now
floating around the U. S. House of Representatives.
Sen. Thomas Dodds Drug Bill, now being considered in
the House, has a provision based on the drug pushers tactic
of flushing incriminating evidence down the toilet. The No
Knock provision enables federal officers with a special
warrant to break into a home, if they feel narcotics would
be destroyed if they were to enter in a more conventional
manner.
We thought, perhaps naively, that the Fourth
Amendment guaranteed us the right to be secure in our
homes. Hopefully, the federal courts share that belief and
will find the No Knock provision unconstitutional.
We are skeptical of the moral nature of this get tough
legislation. Having failed in its attempts to tax drugs out of
existence the Supreme Court found narcotic tax laws to
be self-incriminatory and therefore unconstitutional the
federal government has obviously seen fit to empower the
Justice Department with Gestapo-like tactics.
As far as marijuana is concerned, the Justice Department
may have another prohibition era on its hands. An
estimated 12 million Americans have sampled marijuana and
science is hard-pressed to provide a reason why they
shouldnt.
But narcotics remain a pressing problem, particularly
among the young. In the past 10 years, drug-related arrests
have quadrupled and 75 per cent of those arrested were
under 25 years old. Dodd claims someone under 21 is
arrested for drug violations every five minutes.
We are opposed, however, to sprinting toward
totalitarianism in an effort to combat this social problem. It
will only be through efforts like the Corner Drug Store and
education that the drug problem will be beaten, not by
means of repressive police tactics.
We hope, then, that Rep. Don Fuqua will oppose the
Dodd Drug Bill when it reaches the floor of the House of
Representatives. If passed, we would not be surprised if
Dodds poorly contrived morality play did not take its place
alongside the Eighteenth Amendment in the Theater of the
Absurd.
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Jeff Brain
Editorial Assistant

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Satire:

The sun was hot. Working on
the Wonder Wagon I cursed
those evil minds that had
replaced the reliable horse with
mechanical monsters like my
black bomb. Then it happened;
my horror was incalculable.
THEY WERE BACK!
Senses reeled as I fought to
maintain self-control. What was
this terrible scourge that so
upset me? You know it well, it
appears in spring and fall. I refer
of course to the famed love
bugs, otherwise known as the
fabulous fornicators.
Like crazed kamikaze pilots
they are hell-bent on plastering
themselves all over the front of
your car (or your body if you
ride a motorcycle). I guess
destroying themselves this way is
kind of a lovers leap thing for
bugs. Scraping them off the
hood aint no laughing matter.
In fact a lot of crying goes on as
paint jobs are reduced to dull
scratches.
Love bugs dont live long but

MR. EDITOR:
On Monday June 1, ODK sponsored a
notice to all lUC and 2UC students about
evaluating the teachers who would not
allow us to evaluate them in class. The
first and largest words on the page were,
why is it were never asked to evaluate
the teachers we think need it most? This
is not only a gross assumption, but it
gives the student reading it an immediate
prejudice against any teacher whose name
is listed. Has it never occurred to the
people in ODK that the evaluations which
they receive will be biased? Dont they
realize that perhaps the reason that the
evaluations have not been done in class is
because these teachers are too busy
teaching their subjects, counseling
students, or holding extra help sessions,
to take class time for an evaluation?
I hope the ODK members responsible
for this will reconsider their idea. Instead
they might be able to get the cooperation
of the teachers involved and organize a
take home evaluation to be returned to
that teacher. This would also prevent
multiple evaluations from individual
students.
P. A. MADDALONE, 2UC
Harsh
MR. EDITOR:
The tone of the back-page ODK ad in
Mondays ALLIGATOR concerning
teacher evaluation was needlessly harsh
and offensive.
Phrases like instructors who refused

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Stop The Scourge Now!

they must enjoy every minute of
it. I guess they might get a little
tired now and then, however.
I personally am appalled at
their public behavior. They
should at least have the decency
to carry on their lovemaking in
the proper place, like under a
leaf or behind a tree. Think of
the corrupting influence love
bugs have on the morals of
todays youth. Junior wont
need to experiment behind the
barn anymore or ask questions
in gym class. Its all right out
front to see. Hell, love bugs
dont even wear clothes.
I am f orming the
RADTEPFFPP (Real Americans
Determined To Eliminate
Perverted Filth From Public
Places). Already I have support
from the D.A.R., American
Independence Party, National
League. We will be sending out
goon squads to harass and
destroy love bugs who fail to

in-classroom evaluation and teachers
still have not acquiesced make it sound
as it we have adamantly denied requests,
rejected demands and scorned
inducements to participate in the
program. As a matter of fact, teacher
evaluation was presented as a voluntary
program an opportunity, not a duty.
ODK could have made their point
more tactfully and accurately, but no less
effectively, by substituting, for example,
neglected for refused and
bothered for acquiesced. That way
those of us who have not taken the
opportunity for self-assessment and
improvement suggested by the
evaluations would have been properly
shamed without feeling so strongly that
we had been unjustly attacked.
AUGUST RUBRECHT
INSTRUCTOR, CEH
Pig
MR. EDITOR:
I find it extremely sad that some of the
people who consider themselves hip,
liberal and open-minded are as guilty of
hypocrisy as those individuals who lump
all long-haired college students into a
category labeled dirty hippies.
To me it is just as obviously a
stereotype to call a man in uniform (with
whom one has no previous acquaintance
on an individual basis) a pig as it is to
call a person clad in bells a radical
dissenter, perhaps even more so because
of the highly insulting connotations of
the former term.
Anyone who has participated in an act

leave the country or return to
the bedroom.
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of this sort has proven themselves guilty
of the intolerance and ignorance that
they so heartily denounce in others.
CATHY DEWITT, 3JM
Speeches
MR. EDITOR:
Last week I went to the plaza during
class breaks to listen to speeches. I went
because I am opposed to the war in S. E.
Asia. Im not opposed on moral grounds
but because I doubt that any vital
interests of the U. S. are involved.
I listened to some student leaders
and to some others. They spoke
unceasingly about right, wrong and
morality. If you object to the war, defy
the draft and go to prison. If you really
want to be involved, force the President
to close the school. Do what you know is
right. Wow, heady stuff people speaking
their honest convictions and with such
courage.
Later I learned that the* last demand of
the gathered strikers was amnesty. Later
still, I learned of the hunger strikers.
Striking for truth and all that is right,
foregoing food except fruit juice and
Gatorade. Hell, you can live on that stuff
for weeks. It occurred to me that there is
a rather quaint seldom used word to
describe all of these sincere honest people
- FOREFLUSHER!
J. SERVICE, ILW
Games
MR. EDITOR:
At this moment I am typing a term
paper. Less than a minute ago a group of
young children, probably not over six or
seven, who are playing outside my
window found a game quite outside the
memory of my childhood fantasies.
Before I forget them, here are the words
of the girl apparently directing the game:
Now yall are a buncha hippies an
were National Guardsmen, see, an well
shoot yall if you dont stay there.
Growing up, I recall our cowboys n
Indians shoot-outs, where a buncha
injuns always got the bullets. Through
movies and comics, (and unfortunately,

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every commie-hating,
flag-waving, red-blooded
All-American.

even some adults,) we knew that the
Indians were a wild, sub-human race and
our inferiors. Well, it appears that social
inculcation has replaced the American
Indian as bad guy and the cowboy as hero
with the hippies and National
Guardsmen. And if enough kids really
learn the game of hippies n Guardsmen,
well, maybe even the blacks will be safe!
DOUG OLANDER, 3AS
Protest
MR. EDITOR:
After watching the ceremony at the
plaza one Wednesday, I came to the
conclusion that for many students
protesting is fun. Since this takes away
from the seriousness of the cause I
suggest we set up a project to take the
fun out of protesting. For one week lets
protest by:
Canceling all fun activities such as
parties, dances, movies, etc., and
substitute humanitarian involvement in
such areas as the VA hospitals, the home
for the elderly, the boys dub, etc.
Write at least one letter a day to
someone in a high government office.
Spend 2 hours per day reading
objective materials to become better
informed about issues at hand.
Spend 1 hour a day in quiet,
thoughtful consideration of our own
motives and goals in relation to our
protest activities.
Do not partidpate in joyous
demonstration. No shouting, singing,
raising closed fists, booing, or other such
fun things.
WALTER A. BUSBY
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
LETTERS POLICY
Letters must:
Be typed, signed, double speced and
not exceed 300 words.
Not be signed with a pseudonym.
Heve addresses and telephone
numbers of writers.
Names will be withheld only if writer
shows Just oause. The editor news the
ritfrt to edit all letters for pew.
Writers may submit longer essays,
columns or letters to be considered for use
as "Speaking Out" ooiumns. Any writer
interested in submitting a regular column
is asked to contact the editor and be
prepared to show samples of his work.

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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

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FOR SALE
DON'T PASS UP THIS DEAL, Stero
Phonic 4-Track Solid State Tape
Recorder by Panasonic plus two
Lafayette 860 Microphones plus 9
reels of tape. All for only $l5O. Call
392-8734 (A-3t-154-p)
1967 Honda 160 Scrambler
excellent condition $350 or best
offer; also Admiral stereo and
portable small tape recorder must
sell; 392-7006 (A-2t-154-p)
Refrigerator 4 cu. ft. Ideal for dorm
room. S6O Call 392-9301
(A-3M54-P)
MOTORCYCLE TRAILER custom
made can carry 1600 lbs. alum, rail,
good tires, like new $125 see at
Gatortown apt. 100 (A-3t-154-p)
5.5 cu. ft. table top refrigerator 1 yr.
old designed for dorm living excellent
condition asking SSO call 392-0686
between 3 and 6 PM. (A-2t-154-p)
SICK of EATING OUT? Refrigerator
perfect condition! 5V2 x 3* big
freezer must sell $35 372-9177 ask
for Ryan or Steve (A-3t-154-p)
SPARTAN Imperial Mansion, 8 x 45
two BR mobile home, SIO,OOO
originally, now only $2200 A/C and
furnishings. CALL 373-1775
(A-3t-154-p)
Honda C 8350 700 ml. 1970 still on
warranty with helmet only $650 call
378-7943 after 11 PM (A-3t-154-p)
Trailer with large cabana A.C. in a
nice park with pool for sale or rent
SI2OO or 75 a mo. H. B. Williams
392-0939 or 376-3322 (A-3t-154-p)
1966 Honda 50cc 5700 mi
Automatic clutch Recently
overhauled New rear tire Saddle bags
Helmet All For SIOO Call 392-7363
(A-3t-154-p)
REFRIGERATOR CHEAP must sell
by June 10. Perfect for apt. or dorm
room. SSO or best offer Call
392-7700 soon please! (A-3t-154-p)
Selmer Trumpet S4OO horn No dents,
but needs laquer Case and
mouthpiece Included $l4O Call
373-1836 (A-lt-154-p)
Golf clubs. Five separate Irons,
flberglas shafts. SB.OO each or best
offer. Call 378-7116 (A-lt-154-p)
1968 CL 90 HONDA Includes helmet
and bumper carrier call 373-0374
Ask for Ed (A-2t-154-p)

Cozy, economical living, 8 x 26
mustang trailer, furnished, full bath,
will consider renting, cabinets,
housetype appliances, hitch available
373-2714 (A-3t-154-p)
GERBILS looking fora home we're
clean energetic & playful were 6
weeks old & we need little care.
Bargain price $1.80**392-7628
(A-lt-154-p)
Live In Landmark this summer tor
only $92.50 Two men desired to help
enjoy pools, gym, sauna, dishwasher,
bar BQ, a/C, Call 378-2098
(A-3t-154-p)
Available September 10x47 New
Moon; 2 bdrm; central heat; AC; new
shag carpeting. Excellent condition;
near Unlv., shaded lot. S3OOO.
378-7667. (A-st-152-p)

MORRISON'S CAFETERIA
ENJOY THESE SPECIALTIES
LUNCH AND DINNER
WEDNESDAY
Jumbo Baked Chopped
Steak nd Yellow Rice 79<
THURSDAY
Baked Ham and Candied
Yams 99<
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8-track car units $38.95 lots of tapes
on sale everyday at $4.99. All others
$5.88 Muntz 14 NW 13th Street.
(A-Bt-149-p)
Webcor portable stereo HI-FI and
smith-corona portable
TYPEWRITER and case. Must sell.
Call 392-7639. (A-st-150-p)
1967 Honda CB 160, 4700 miles,
perfect condition, bell helmet, used
very little, must sell, would like
$325. Call 373-1253 or 392-0128.
(A-Bt-150-p)
Fight Servomation, buy my 3 cu. ft.
refrigerator. Perfect for dorm living.
Counter-top with walnut finish. Also
coronet. Call 392-8089 (A-150-st-p)
Acetone compact organ $175 Haynes
Bass Amp $l5O Drum set SSO Fender
Palomino acustical guitar with hard
case $l5O Call 372-1297 or
378-0928. (A-151-st-p)
CLEANINGEST carpet cleaner you
ever used, so easy too. Get Blue
Lustre. Rent electric shampooer sl.
Lowry Furniture Co. (A-lt-156-c)
ARGUS CAMERA 35mm with flash
$25 372-7950. (A-3t-152-p)
68 Dodge toton Camper 10 toGas
stove, stereo, beautiful condition.
$2995 Call 378-5150 (A-151-st-p)
Women and speed are two
transtitional things we carry them
both In our bodies. Myers type dune
buggy available in all colors and
metalflakes for only $195 Mike
Sullivan ATO house 372-9427
(A-151-6t-p)
Labrador pups AKC registered top
breeding 8 weeks old females SSO
each Day 372-2547 Nlte 376-2827
(A-st-151-p)
69 Vespa 125 cc Good Condition
$l4O Call 392-7549 after 5 P.M.
(A-st-150-p)
GE stereo girls bike Schwin
1-speed medium-sized fan records
textbooks paperbacks transistor
radio with 9-volt converter + MORE
call 392-9406 (A-151-st-p)
STEREO harmon kardon, garrard
40 mk. II built-in, am/fm, 60 watt
spks, dust cover, tape rec, 400 new,
sacrifice 290 Call Steve at 392-7128
(A-151-st-p)
Harley cycle 50cc, inspected, $55.
call Joe, 392-8704 want to purchase
Yamaha 100 or Honda 90.
(A-2t-153-p)
2 12 speakers handbuilt custom
upholstered seats on top unbelievable
hass minimum distortion yours at a
steal S7O call for Mark 392-9506
(A-4t-153-p)
50 x 10 Schult trailer; AC; washer;
carpet; 20 x 10 screen porch; all in
excellent cond. Lot 5 Pinehurst Pk.
378-5450. Best Offer. (A-10t-145-p)
Headquarters for Cypress Garden
skis. Dunlop tennis balls 1.50 can.
Handball gloves 3.00. Barbell set 110
lb. 29.50. B & B SPORTS CENTER
1406 N.W. 13th St. (A-st-152-p)
Remington typewriter and case for
sale. Good condition Call Doug
378-1998. (A-3M52-P)

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1970 Bridgestone, 200cc, low
mileage, just, tuned, SSOO, call
378-8480 after 11 AM or 378-9084
after 7 PM. (A-st-152-p)
Must sell (grad) 650 Triumph
S7OO, typewriter $25, stereo phono
sls, weights $lO, call Scott
378-2873, Landmark Apts. no. 8.
(A-3t-152-p)
1968 55396 Chevelle full power a
real performer cragar mags factory
tape speakers must sell at sacrifice
S2IOO call Mark Nelson 392-9506.
(A-3t-152-p)
Honda 50 Sport, Must Sell. Excellent
condition with helmet and tools. Best
offer. Call Jeff 392-8320.
(A-st-152-p)
* FOR RENT
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Sub-let apt. Village Park no. 60 2
bedroom Phone anytime available
June 15 372-7493 (B-st-154-p)
POOLSIDE F.Q. APT. Sublet
summer June rent FREE Call
372-5246 Ask for Susan or KJ
(B-3t-154-p)
Trailer, 10 by 50. 2 bedroom,
furnished, air-conditioned, summer
quarter, $55/mo. 378-7131
mornings. (B-3t-154-p)
Coed roomate for summer qtr. Have
your own room In a house 10 blocks
behind Norman. S7O + utilities for
the entire summer. Call 373-1748
(B-2t-154-p)
3-bedroom apt., offstreet parking,
full bath, kitchen, living rm, 16,500
B.T.U. A/C. Min. of 1 qtr lease. $l3O
mo. 408 NE Ist Ave 376-0317
(B-st-149-p) }
Sublet or rent 1 brm furnished air
conditioned patio Village 34
slls/mo call 373-1080 or 376-4807
(B-st-148-p)
Three apartments; Private bath, living
room, kitchen. Available at beginning
of summer quarter. Call 372-9855 or
Inquire at 102 NW 15th St. or 1508
NW Ist Lane (B-3t-154-p)
JUNE RENT FREE. Hawaiaan
Village apt. 2 bdrm. townhouse pool,
patio, free maid service, central A/C,
dishwasher. Call 373-2520 no. 140
(B-3t-154-p)
YOU can live at CLO all summer and
pay only $195 for your room AND
BOARD Call sec 376-9473 for
more Information. COED.
(B-10t-140-p)
SUMMIT HOUSE APARTMENTS:
1700 S.W. 16 Court. Make Your Fall
Reservations Now. Summer Rates on
a Few Apts. Available CALL
376-9668 (B-ts-C)
WILL DISCUSS PRICE on our 2
bdrm., AC Sin City apt. can rent
from one to four persons. Good
location and great neighbors. Call
372- (B-3t-152-p)
Several 1 br apt 1 bath, kitchen,
living room, completely furnished
ww carpet $l2O mo. Colonial Manor
apts. 1216 SW 2nd Ave. 372-7111
Grad students preferred. Special rates
for summer guarter now in effect.
(B-ts-109-c)
LANDMARK PHASE II sublet
SUMMER JUNE rent paid 1 br apt
162 call 372-7760 (B-151-st-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. Summer rates!
(B-109-ts-c)
Sub-let apt. Village Park no. 60 2
bedroom phone anytime available
June 15. (B-st-152-p)
Large house to sublet for summer: 3
bdrms, 2 baths, kitchen, etc. 1 blk.
from campus interested call
373- or come by 1128 SW Ist
Ave. (B-10t-145-p)
SUBURBIA DRIVE IN
Across From Mall Phone 372-9523
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FOR RENT
sllO. Mo for luxury at Mt. Vernon
apt single br. carpeted A.C.
finest furnishings pool all
electric apli. close to campus
evenings 378-4877 (B-3t-154-p)
WILLIAMSBURG apt. 41 can be
yours for the summer. Spacious 2
bed. 2 bth, full equipped kit. for 4 or
5 call 378-7670 after 5 (B-3t-154-p)
Apt. 167 Landmark to sublet for
Summer quarter. Two bedrooms.
Need to sublet entire apartment so
male or female group accepted.
(B-3t-154-p)
Sublet for summer: 5 room furn.
house, 1 brm, den, large storage rm, 2
baths, AC, TV, pets OK. June 15
Sept. 15 S3OO. 373-2398
(B-3t-154-p)
Sublease Duplex Modern Quiet
Airconditioned "A Good Place
Call Nights 376-9513 1009 NW 31st
Ave (B-3t-154-p)
$75 for entire summer 2 bdr. AC on
pool Village Park unusually furnished
available June 15 378-3747
(B-3t-154-p)
LIVE ALL SUMMER FOR $55 AT
HAWAIIAN VILLAGE APTS!!
HURRY!! CALL 373-1103
(B-3t-154-p)
One to four roommates needed for
Landmark apt. 138. $92.50 for the
summer. June rent paid. Call Joanne
376-0687 (B-3t-154-p)
1 Bedroom Apt. available June 23
Paneled AC Private Patio Pets
Allowed $ 105/mo. Some Utilities
Call 373-2165 (B-3t-154-p)
Sex sun surf and suds can be yours
this summer at luxurious Landmark
Phase II poolside apt. 112 sauna gym
health club central air wall to wall
dishwasher panneling two bedroom
townhouse 378-1775 such a deal!!
(B-2t-154-p)
Village Park sublease 1 bedroom apt.
for summer A/C pool enjoy the
summer In the sun apt. 24 call
378-3554 live in sin city over the
summer (B-3t-154-p)
Live 3 mos. La Mancha $l3O Inc.
util. pvt. bedroom pool ac. Save S2O
move In now. Please call 373-2973
(B-3t-154-p)
Free June Rent sub-let Landmark apt
summer quarter Female only 2 steros
1 TV close to pool too! Call after
5:00 372-6513 (B-3t-154-p)
For rent for fall, alr-conditloned
apartments near campus. SBO to
$145 per month, pool. University
Apartments. Call 376-8990 evenings.
(B-Bt-149-p)
Sublet two bedroom airconditioned
poolside furnished VP apt $l5O for
summer June 15 August 31 call
372- anytime. (B-2t-153-p)
Experience CO-OP LIVING at Its
very best, call Georgia Seagle Hall for
the summer qtr. 376-8941
(B-4t-153-p)
ENJOY THE SUMMER IN LUXURY
with AC and pool at Mt. Vernon apt.
83 2 bedroom Call 378-3779
(B-4t-153-p)
One bedroom apt. near campus, 1624
4 NW 4 ave, air conditioned patio
furnished cost 225 for summer
quater from June 15 Sept Ist for
info call A. W. Row 372-1714
(B-2t-153-p)
Hawaalan village, sublet 1 bedroom,
furnished, ww carpet, A/C, pool,
$l5O per month, call 376-9014 after
5 PM available June 15 (B-st-153-p)
Your own private bedroom for the
summer. Fully furnished 3 bedroom
house to sublet. S4O a month. Call
373- or 373-1968 after 7 PM
(B-st-153-p)
Luxurius Williamsburg Poolside
townhouse apt. Sublease for summer
for appointment call 378-3323
(B-3t-153-p)
Single rooms for summer, winter
qtrs. 150/qtr maid ilnens utilities
close to campus, call or see 115 NW
10 st. Tom Ford 378-7222 378-5156
leave name (B-150-7t-p)
1,2, or 3 girls spend entire summer
in Williamsburg for $125. Great
Townhouse apt. on pool 2 bedroom.
Call Mussy 372-7882 apt.-4.
(B-3t-152-p)

for rent
HOLIDAY GARDEN
APARTMENTS. Quiet, comfortable
apts. Within walking distance of
campus, A/C, 1-bdrm., spacious
ground and parking. Call resident
manager after 5 at 378-4423. 1911
S.W. 14th Terrace. (B-ts-c)
One to three guys can rent our
Landmark apt and have a pool,
sauna, a/c, dlshwshr, and neat
neighbors for only $46.25/per.! apt.
126 378-6277. (B-5M52-P)
Sublease summer qtr Landmark apt 2
br 2-4 persons A/C dishwasher grills
poolside. Dishes, pots, pans, kitchen
utensils left for you. 378-3851.
(B-5t- 152-p)
1 Bedroom Apt Available June 14
Private Patio AC Dogs Welcome Call
373-2982 After 5:00 p.m.
(B-st-149-p)
S9O per person, June rent free, 2 br
Fr Qtr no. 47, use of dishes, linens,
etc. Call 372-6768. Poolside, ac.
(B-5M52-P)
Sublet sum quarter Landmark atp atp-46,
-46, atp-46, A/C, carpet, dishwasher, pool
side. Call 373-1509 for Bargain.
(B-3t-152-p)
VILLAGE PARK summer sublease 2
bdrm. poolside apt. no. 108. Come
by late afternoons, evenings.
(B-5M52-P)
1 male rm. to share lux air cond
mobile hm your own rm SSO mo. call
373-1690. (B-st-152-p)
Supercallfragllisticexplaladoclous
deal 2 female roomies for Landmark
apt for summer you pay only July &
August hurry call 373-1883.
(B-4t-152-p)
Sublease for Summer. Two bedroom
apt. French Quarter 114. June rent
paid ed. SIBO mo. Great way to
spend the summer call 373-2306.
(B-st-152-p)
FOR RENT: Singles: Swing into
summer in a luxurious air-conditioned
poolside apartment. Private bedroom
Walk to campus. S7O Includes
Utilities. 378-7224. (B-15t-148-p)
Available in June 3 bdr. house, 1 and
2 bdr. apts. central A/C $l2O and
SIOO a mo., furnished. Call 376-9525
before 11 A.M. or after 9 P.M.
(B-st-150-p)
2 BLOCKS from campus. 1 br. ac
furnished apartment. Sublet for
summer. $95/mo Includes utilities.
Call 376-1331. (B-150-st-p)
Landmark apt. no. 27 2 br. Summer
Qtr. A/C dishwasher pool health club
June rent free good full qtr. Call
376-1834 (B-st-150-p)
Univ Gardens 2 bdr apt by pool
you split July August $250 up to 4
persne pay remaining S9O plus June
Save $260 Summer Q apt
18-310 ph 372-7640 (B-4t-153-p)
2 bedrooms open in 4 bedroom
house, 4 blocks from campus. SIOO
per room pays all thru August. Call
Joe Godfrey, 378-9617 (B-2t-153-p)
1 to 4 roommates need to sublet La
Mancha townhouse for summer qtr.
A/C, pool, pvt. bedrooms, $l5O for
summer incl. utilities. 378-2294
(B-4t-153-p)
3 br, 2 baths, cen air, very nice. 315
NW 19th lane also 1103 SW 2nd ave.
Each $l5O per month, available June
15; phone 376-2892 or call Jay after
5, 376-6769 (B-4t-153-p)
Sublet 1 bdr. furn Univ. Garden apt.
pool, lake-view pvt. balcony, Morden,
- June 14 Aug. 31, $270, Call
373-2290 after 6 PM (B-4t-153-p)
$55 mo, summer qtr, rate NO
LEASE, lone., blk cottages, private &
rustic surroundings, 6 min. drive
from campus, furnished, oak-shaded
& cool window tans, &/uo sw 13th
St., Call Steve 372-4407 after 8:00
PM. (B-3t-153-p)
Sublet 1 bedroom univ. gardens apt.
available for summer school and next
year. Call or see at 702 SW 16 Ave
no. ill, 376-8958. Perfect for 2
people. (B-151-st-p)
Men 3 Blocks from campus central
air conditioning single $155.00
double $l2O each for summit
quarter 378-8122 (B-10t-145-p)
Camelot Large two-bedroom
furnished apt. all extras TV
dishwasher Central air summer qtr
only prefer careful tenants. Special
rates 378-5133 (B-151-st-p)
SI 1 Li

Your own room,
only $37.50
per month.
New 4-bedroom ranch
style house. No lease, no
down payment. Stay as
long as you want
376-0802 or 392-1681



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FOR rent
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Sublet sum qtr Landmark 1 bdr
June free $l3O/mo on pool
TV and stereo Included no deposits
required apt 159. 372-0841
(B-151-st-p)
WANTED
Hip roomates wanted for summer
qtr. or will sub-lease air-con house
behind Norman. No deposits, Call
Sherry 376-8080 618 SW 10th St.
(C-7M50-P)
Male roommate wanted for summer
quarter. PRIVATE bedroom, 2-bath,
central air apt. 1-block from
Norman Hall $45/month. 372-1272
(C-150-7t-p)
Male roommate for fall quarter at
University Gardens; $55/mo inc.
utilities. Call 392-8928 (C-150-st-p)
Female roommate Williamsburg. SBO
+ i/4 util, for entire summer quarter.
Pool, A/C, etc. Walk to campus Call
372- (C-3t-153-p)
Need two roommates for immediate
occupancy at Mt. Vernon town house
apts. or will sublet entire apt. for
summer 373-1788 (C-4t-153-p)
2 coeds needed to share 2 bedroom
apt Summer quar ss4/mo
security dpt. free Univ. Gardens
call Diane after 4:30 at 376-0716
(C-151-st-p)
Listeners wanted: Wilt pay $2.00 for
one hour session. Must be native
English speaking and have normal
hearing. Please call Darlene Weston
between 1 and 4 PM for appointment
392-2049 (C-st-143-c)
2 male roomates, Summit House,
quiet a/c, pool; $75 each + utilities
for summer quarter; graduate
students are preferred; call 378-7889
(C-151-st-p)
1 male/female to share 3 bdr. house
fall qtr. $33/mon. + utilities. Will
have own room and complete
privacy. Call Gary 378-7506 after 11
PM (C-3t-154-p)
1 or 2 fmale rmmates needed immed.
priv. bdrm, poolside Village Park,
clean, spacious, kit & bthrm equip
and more. 378-3903 apt. no. 58
(C-3t-154-p)
Female roommate wanted for
summer Landmark apts. Pool-side.
Cost reduced for summer. Call
Barbara at apt. 106. Tel. 373-2240
(C-3t-154-p)
1 or 2 female roommates needed for
Landmark apt. no. 17 only $95 for
entire summer. Call 373-1055
anytime. (C-3t-154-p)
HELP! Ill be working in W. Palm
Beach this summer and dont know
anyone there. Need a roommate & an
apt. Know anyone? Please call Anne,
373- (C-lt-154-p)
June and August rent Free! 2
roommates wanted summer quarter.
Air conditioned, near pool,
Landmark no. 60, call 373-2207
(C-3t-154-p)
S7O for entire summer in Village Park
Apt. A/C, pool, 2 bedroom, only 2
other roommates besides you. Call
378-8243 (male). (B-3t-154-p)
TWO ROOMATES fall quarter Live
In Luxury at Pt. West apts
two-bedroom, two bath, a/c, pool,
carpeted. Be Ready for Fall!
373-2760. (C-3t-152-pjP
$75 FOR THE ENTIRE SUMMER.
378-5784 ONE MALE ROOMMATE
FOR GREAT SAVINGS IN
LANDMARK. (C-st-152-p)
Female roommate. Own room In 2
bdrm Unlv. Gardens apt. $75/mo
Start Immediately call Diana at
392-1291 before 5, 373-1853 after 5.
(C-st-152-p)
Male roomate apt. 1 Village Park
share V* expenses no deposit call
378-8243. (C-st-152-p)
2 male roomates wanted for summer
air-acond., swimming pool,
dishwasher, June rent free $92 all
summer long Landmark apts. Call
378-2990. (C-3t-152-p)
ROOMMATE WANTED own
bedroom 32.50 month + util. 1813
NW 2nd Ave. No. 2 373-1662
(C-2t-154-p)
Men! Roommate needed for summer.
June rent free. Landmark no. 33 near
pool and quiet. Call 378-7543.
(C-150-st-p)
Female Roomrhate wanted for
summer. La Mancha apts. private
bedroom, air cond, pool, walking
distance from campus. June rent free
378-9611 (C-5M50-P)
Two male roommates wanted for
summer. CAMELOT apt. 202,
$43/mo rent, pool, a/c, clubhouse,
TV, 376-0354 (C-150-st-P).
2 Female roommates needed for
French Quarter apt. no. 65. Air
cond., pool, etc. Only sllO for
summer. Call 372-3148 anytime.
(C-150-st-p)

Wednesday, June 3,1970, The Florida Alligator,

WANTED
Hip female looking for others of
same gender and similar interests for
fall housing arrangement call
376-0928. (C-4t-152-p)
ROYERS R A U N C H Y
ROADHOUSE has vacancies!
Students needed to share house next
to campus. Clothes dryer & washer,
baby grand piano, color TV, enclosd
vegetated yard fertilized by watch
dog. Private air-cond bedroom,
$65/mo. Includes all utilities. Carl or
David, 372-5091. (C-3t-152-p)
WANTED: Coed to share luxurious
air-conditioned poolside apartment.
Private bedroom. Walk to campus.
S7O including utilities. 378-7224.
(C-15t-148-p)
Male roommate to share luxurious
air-conditioned poolside apartment.
Private bedroom. Walk to campus.
S7O including utilities. 378-7224.
(C-15t-148-p)
help wanted
Co-ed wanted room and board In
exchange for domestic duties. Call
378-4292 after 7 p.m. (E-st-143-p)
TV Technician. Must be experienced.
Also, person over 25 to deliver TV
sets. Apply at Alliance TV Service
815 W. University Ave. (E-st-152-p)
Camp Mountain Lake for Boys and
girls in Hendersonville N.C. Riflery
instructor needed, NRA required, call
378-0285 after 6 pm (E-150-st-p)
WAITRESS WANTED. Morning &
evening shift, neat in appearance.
Apply after 2 pm. Mr. Raddatz. Flag
Restaurant 1250 W. Univ. Ave.
(E-st-153-p)
Legal Secretary with previous
experience. For interview call David
M. Anderson; Fagan, Crouch,
Anderson & Folds, 376-5295.
(E-146-10t-p)
AUTOS
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1960 MG A New gold paint, spare 6
wire wheels, tonneau cover, radio
good condition, Must see, asking
S6OO call 392-9541 after 5 Rocky
(G-3t-154-p)
1963 VW good shape $400.00 call
378-3587 (G-3t-154-p)
1964 Mercedes Benz 190 gas sedan
becker AM FM Air Conditioning
radials superb 1390 378-5068
(G-2t-154-p)
Seniors: Start your new life with a
sports car. 1967 MGB, 31,000 ml,
wire wheels, newly painted. Excellent
condition. 378-3903 (G-3t-154-p)
1968 Sprite excellent condition.
Great summer fun and good
transportation Stebro exhaust
swaybar very quick 228 C Flavet
378-2235 Hurry! (G-3t-153-p)
1961 Chevy Biscayne good trans car
$125 Call Nick Masi 378-5154
(G-4t-153-p)
Everyday transportation specials: We
Also buy clean used cars: Guaranty
Motors 1109 S. Main 378-7330.
(G-ts-c)
Winners of the recent Datsun contest
were JACK McCONNELL and
LINDA AUST. The Datsun with the
automatic transmission is a winner
too! TRY IT! Godding and Clark 2nd
Ave. and 2nd Street S.E. (G-135-ts-c)
1966 sunbeam alpine. 172scc eng,
less than 12,000 m. Very good cond.
378-2024 (G-3t-154-p)

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AUTOS
For sale. Need home for loveable 67
Valiant 4-door white, black top
61,000 miles. SBOO. Call 373-1589.
Prof, returning Japan, must sell.
(G-151-st-p)
69 SPRITE, 4 speed, fully equiped,
canary yellow, warranty, like new,
exc. tires, black interior, 373-2475
(G-151-st-p)
For Sale 1965 Triumph Spitfire.
Brand new engine. Desperate Must
sell immediately. S6OO or best offer.
Call 378-7655 after 5:00
(G-151-st-p)
64 VW bug 55,000 miles original
owner maintenance records available
radio and undercoating no rust S7OO
call 378-2079 (G-151-st-p)
69 Roadrunner, excellent condition
warranty, 4 spd. trans., power disc
brakes, 8,000 miles, headers. Call
376-3931. (G-st-152-p)
1937 Plymouth. Good condition.
$450 or best offer. Contact Bill
behind Spanish Main. Must be
intrepid, genuinely old-timey person.
(G-3t-152-p)
1962 Ford convertable good
condition. Mino repairs hood
scoup call 373-2233. (G-3t-152-p)
Triumph TR3 Beautiful Condition.
Overdrive, new brakes, transmission
just rebuilt, radio, many extras. Call
373-2798 after 5 oclock.
(G-st-152-p)
GOODBYE GVILLE Must sell
1 963 Ford Galaxie cheap
transportation $75 or best offer call
Sam 378-7212. (G-3t-152-p)
Get it now or never 63 Rambler runs
perfectly great transportation $250
call Tom at 373-1573 or 373-2747
call now. It might be your last
chance. (G-st-152-p)
66 Corvair In good condition 4 new
tires, new shocks, new clutch, has 2
horns, asking $650 call 392-6931 ask
for Dave around 6:30 or 11:00 p.m.
(G-st-152-p>
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1955 Plymouth. Good mechanical
condition, like new tires & seat
covers, readable transportation $l5O
or best offer 376-0476 after 5 PM
(G-3t-153-p)
FLY to MIAMI leave Sat morn. Jun
13 return Sun nite. $45 round trip.
Call 378-9130 or 376-1611 x 359.
(J-5M52-P)
Need to get your stuff up North? We
are renting a truck and will take
anything you want between here and
No. Hartford, Conn. Need to know
this week. Call 378-6107. Ask for
Brad or Rich. Will Take Bikes.
(J-st-145-p)
Have anything to take home for the
summer. I will haul your articles to
Miami, Orl, W PB, Laud, Hywd
Cheap. Experienced. Call Phil
372-6404. (J-st-152-p)
Two girls need a third person to
travel through europe from the
beginning of august to end of
november Call Diana 392-7668
(J-151-st-p)
CO-EDS, Facial Hair removed forever
fast low cost gentle hair removal.
Edmund Dwyer Electrologist 102
NW 2nd Ave Call 372-8039 for appt.
(J-23t-137-p)
BABY CARE 3 blks north of BSU
sls/wk. 8 AM to 5 PM Mon Fri.
Exper., reliable, loves children. 311
NW 15 Terr. 376-2072 (J-2t-153-p)

PERSONAL
I need a hip warm female companion
to share what could be a'glorious
summer even In Gainesville Write
Tom Box 12273 Gainesville.
(J-4t-152-p)
Driving North? Need ride either to
Cleveland, Ohio or Ontario, Canada
after finals. Split expenses, excellent
driver. Call Ooug 372-6598
(J-2t-153-p)
BROWN BEAR love you a lot B.T.
(J-lt-154-p)
PHI EPS (NOW ZBT) For the benefit
of us transfer students, lets start a
chapter here. (J-3t-254-p)
Somewhere in Atlanta Is a
marshmallow a perfect one for an
almond macaroon. MMM delicious
because there is love there.
(J-2t-154-p)
Dear fourth floor Jennings, Larry,
Sandy, Fred, and other thumpers:
thankyou for a very happy b-day.
Have a good summer and dont let
MAN forget me. Love, Debby.
(J-lt-154-p)
BLOND COED in white shorts & top
who checked out smoking literature
in college lib. at 10 Sun. nite next to
longhair, please call 378-0228 ask for
Jay, Important (J-3t-154-p)
Joy off we go into the wild blue
yonder, cheer up, you're a great
co-pilot and sport. Super frisbee D.T.
(J-lt-154-p)
Free kittens. 2 long haired all white
males and one calico female. Call
3 78-7116. Five weeks old.
(J-2t-154-p)
SOVIET UNION, Driving and
Camping 10 weeks, $1,350 includes
air and all expenses. A. Lipson, 2
Garden Terr., Cambridge, Mass
02138 or call (collect) 617-547-1127
(J-6t-142-p)
Seniors I will be driving to Miami
on June 14 (after graduation). Can
take 1 or 2 riders with light luggage.
Call 378-5443 evenings (J-2t-154-p)
NEED RIDE TO SAN FRANCISCO
for myself and one other, split
expenses. Leave end of this quarter.
Call Colleen 392-8676 (J-2t-154-p)
NEED YOUR TERM PAPER
TYPED? WILL TYPE ANYTHING.
BROWARD HALL. ONLY 50 cents
A PAGE. CALL 392-9760
(J-2t-154-p)
Help! to the vlrgo b. 9-8-48 who has
my chart. I need to check out my
month of June. Either call late
or come by. Cant live without it help
(J-3t-154-p)
LOST St POUND
Found a wlerd silver ring with a
quartz stone. Found in University
Gardens. Call 378-4127 and identify
(L-154-3t-nc)
LOST: GOLD BRACELET
mesh-type dangle. Probably lost at
Landmark pool. REWARD. Call
Carol at 372-9764 (L-2t-154-p)
Found canary in vicinity of Law
Center May 31. 378-3609
(L-3t-154-p)

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to UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS at 519
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Greyhound Bus Station, 378-4480
(M-ts-107-c)
Free Inspections. Automotive electric
and brakes. All work guaranteed.
Standard Service Station, 2109 S.W.
13th St, next to BAMBI motel,
several credit cards honored, phone*
372-5804. (M-32-127-P)
TUTOR Experienced, certified
teacher wants to make reading and
other subjects interesting and fun for
elem. children. Begin June 15 $5 a
lesson (supplies Incl.) 372-3991.
(M-3t-152-p)
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repairs Auto Electrical Service,
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Couch Tells Why Hes Leaving J-College

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(EDITORS NOTE: It is not unusual that a university instructor leaves a university because he has
suffered a clash of ideals. James E. Couch, an instructor in the College of Journalism and
Communications, tells in this interview why he is leaving the college.)
By STUART FARB
Alligator Correspondent
The College of Journalism and Communications is losing the instructor who was voted by journalism
students for the past two years as their Most Outstanding Professor.
Janies Edward Couch plans to resign from the faculty of the college and has accepted a position as
assistant professor of communications at Florida Technological University in Orlando.
COUCH HAS SEVERAL reasons for leaving but, basically he is opposed to the colleges strict,
conservative outlook on education.
The College of Journalism and Communications is definitely opposed to new ideas, Couch said.

Persons with so-called liberal attitudes are not only suspect, but in
most cases simply ignored. This tends to perpetuate the status quo,
which by any definition cannot be allowed to be linked with any truly
educational program.
Perpetuation of the status quo is not just a problem of this
college, but a problem of the whole university, Couch said. The sad
part is that a universitys role is to lead a society and if it cannot break
away from tradition, it cannot lead. Evolution of educational systems
is what we hope for but it is extremely uncertain at this institution.
COUCH SAID there are presently many competent persons
teaching in the College of Journalism and Communications, but some
of these competencies are squandered miserably for the sake of
mediocrity. The most obvious loser in this situation is the student, of
course.
Morale among faculty and students is low in the college Couch said.
He said that one of the major failings of the college is the less than
adequate motivation by the teachers of their students.
STUDENTS CONTINUALLY complain that teachers are not
interested in their subject areas, Couch said.
It is demoralizing to be interested in communicating with and
motivating students while some professors are only interested in their
own niches, in the college and in furthering their own interests,
Couch said.
The rigidity of the course curriculum is another reason Couch is
leaving to teach at FTU.
THE COLLEGE, has degree requirements which are antiquated
due to the rigidity of the requirements themselves, Couch said.
There is practically no flexibility in a persons professional course. A
person in one sequence is not given the flexibility of selecting a course
in another sequence.
Couch said that the Association for Education in Journalism, the
accreditation body that judges journalism and communication colleges
in the nation, summed up the UFs College of Journalism and
Communications with an understatement. They stated that the
school is too provincial.
JOURNALISM Dean John Paul Jones, contacted Tuesday night,
disagreed with Couchs allegations.
Id like to know what his grounds are for those statements, Jones
said. I think weve got a pretty wide-open school with regard to
liberal attitudes. |
Jones said the journalism college has a lot of young professors
with good relations with students who take student suggestions on
how to improve journalism courses.
THE DEAN MENTIONED the colleges rotating-topic courses JM
599, BR 599 and ADV 599. Study topics in those courses change
every quarter, and make possible 12 new courses every year, Jones
said.
He said students as well as faculty can suggest a topic for a 599
course.
Jones also pointed to the faculty retreat at Palatka last fall as an
opportunity for suggestions from faculty, adding that much of the
input came from students.
A sequence requires 3842 hours of courses, and the student can
take up to 60 hours in the college. The 18-20 hours over the required
3842 hours a student can use for courses in other sequences, Jones
said.
Couch has a bachelors degree in news editorial journalism from
Florida State University as well as a masters degree in public
relations. He has worked for the U. S. Information Agency, the Japan
Times, UF Informational Services and has taught history and political
science for Florida Keys Junior College.
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Nichols: A Good Movie
Is Filled With Secrets
Mike Nichols name on a marquee is enough to start a line at almost
any legitimate theatre or film house. It is a status Nichols has attained
with only three films: Whos Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The
Graduate and the new Mike Nichols film starring Alan Arkin,
Catch-22.
Nichols was bom Michael Igor Peschkowsky in Berlin. The family
escaped from the Nazi Regime in the late 19305. Their father left first
in 1938, followed by Mike Nichols and his brother a year later.
Eventually their mother made her way to New York on the last
American liner to leave Germany before World War 11.
AFTER A WHIRL at truck driving for the post office, he became
assistant to a costume jeweller.
Shuttling between New York and Chicago, Nichols then studied
acting with Lee Strasberg and worked as a disc jockey, soap opera
actor, an equestrian coach and a jingle judge.
Later, with a group of friends, Nichols found the Playwrights
Theatre Club in Chicago, a company which evolved into The Compass
Players, a pioneer of improvisational theatre, which in turn became
The Second City. The first program contained the names of Alan
Arkin, Shelley Berman, Barbara Harris, Zohra Lampert, Mike Nichols
and Elaine May.
Nichols has unique theories on filmmaking which, in practice, seem
infallable. Any good movie is filled with secrets, he says. If a
director doesnt leave anything unsaid, its a lousy picture. If a picture
is any good, its mysterious, with things left unsaid. If you are shown
everything it is more like a newsreel. Movies are money. Thats the
medium. Like a book is ink. A picture is paint. A movie is money.

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Alan Arkin Stars In Film
Os Hellers 'Catch 22

Catch-22 is the story of a
small group of flyers on a tight
little island community in the
Mediterranean. The year is 1944.
There are the winners, the
losers, the opportunists, the
survivors.
SEPARATELY AND
TOGETHER they are nervous,
frightened, often profane and
sometimes pathetic. Almost all
are a little crazy. And some are
just very young.
One gets blown to pieces.
Another cooly flies himself into
a mountain. Yet another turns
the Mediterranean into a gigantic
market place. One is chopped in
half by a passing friend. A fifth
just disappears. A quiet one
turns rapist and murderer,
quietly. The Doctor,
pronounced officially dead,
wanders the base like an
accusing zombie. One flyer
doggedly paddles his life-raft
into the future, a full 16-week
trip.
It is a mixture of
administrative mayhem on the
grand scale. And private
perversity.
THE SCREEN VERSION of
Catch-22, a film that should
be one of the summers biggest,
is the result of a mixture of
some of the top talents in the
motion picture business today.
Its directed by Mike Nichols
and stars Alan Arkin. The
motion picture, which comes
from Paramount Pictures in
association with Filmways Inc.,
is based on the novel by Joseph
Heller.
Joseph Hellers book has been
described as The best American
novel that has come out of
World War 11... the best
American novel that has come
out of anywhere in years.
And of screenwriter Buck
Henry it has been said, he sings
impeccable tenor harmony,
plays adequate ukelele and
blows the best kazoo in
Christendom ..Hollywoods
answer to J. D. Salinger.

ENTERTAINMENT

TO COMPLIMENT this
behind-the-cameras line-up is a
cast which is a canny mixture of
experience and novelty: Alan
Arkin, Martin Balsam, Richard
Benjamin, Arthur Garfunkel,
Jack Gilford, Buck Henry, Bob
Newhart, Anthony Perkins,
Paula Prentiss, Jon Voight and
Orson Welles.
Production designer Richard
Sylbert and editor Sam OSteen
both previously worked with
Nichols. Cinematographer David
Watkin, his British camera team,
and first assistant director Clive
Reed also have the highest
professional credits.

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GAME AUG. 1

North All-Stars Named

Prep All-America quarterback
Fred Geisler of Orlando
Edge water highlights the 3 3-man
North high school football
all-star team announced
Tuesday.
Geisler is joined by his
favorite receiver, Hollis
Boardman, and can count on
some outstanding running backs
as Gene Cox of Tallahassee Leon
will attempt to guide the Yankee
forces to victory in the August 1
encounter at Florida Field.
THE NORTH SQUAD: Ends
Steve Walter, Jacksonville
Bolles; Hollis Boardman (signed
with UF), Orlando Edgewater;
Paul Howard, Tallahassee Leon;
John Kazmierizak, DeLand; Ken
Lambert, Jacksonville Jackson;
Bert Cooper, Tallahassee Leon.
Interior Linemen Kris
Anderson (UF), Orlando
Edgewater; Clint Griffith, Baker;
Joey Giddens, McClenny Baker;

Linksladies Go To National

By CINDY WATSON
Alligator CorrMpondent
The University of Florida womens golf team is
out to win.
Two members of the Lady Gators, Cindy Meyers
and Jenny Scrivner, will be in San Diego, Calif.,
June 21 to vie for top honors in the National
Intercollegiate Golf Championship in the Division
for Girls and Womens Sports.
Singing Hills Country Club will be the site of the
gathering of the best college women golfers in the
nation, according to Coach Mimi Ryan.
Miss Ryan, the woman who keeps the lady Gators
up to par has been here a year. She was previously
Pennsylvania State varsity golf coach for five years.
Miss Ryan said her first desire at the University of

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GATOR SPORTS

Willie Woody, Tallahassee Leon,
Trippe Whitaker (UF),
Tallahassee Leon; David
Albritton, Lake City; A1 Burton,
Daytona Beach Mainland; Terry
Wimberly, Jacksonville Paxon.
Centers-Linebackers Corey
Clark, Jacksonville Wolfson; Joe
Burner, Ft. Walton; Pat Floyd,
Appalachicola Chapman; Mark
King (UF), Tallahassee Florida
High; Joe Sheppard, Orlando
Boone; Paul Scarpecci, Pensacola
Woodham. Quarterbacks-
Safetymen Ronnie Everett,
Alachua Santa Fe; Fred Geisler,
Orlando Edgewater; Gil
Whitaker, Jacksonville
Englewood; Mike Napier,
Leesburg; David Pope (UF),
DeFuniak Springs.
Halfbacks Richard Watkins,
Wildwood; Rick Browne (UF),
Longwood Lyman; Harold Hart,
Jacksonville Stanton; Buzzy
Lewis, Bristol; Andrew Lovette,

Florida was to bring more golf competition to
collegiate students in the state of Florida. Any
undergraduate woman is eligible to join the team.
Desire and interest are the important things.
The lady Gators playing team consists of four
girls. Leaders of the womens golf team are Miss
Scrivner; Tammy Bowman, Florida State Junior
Champion, 1968; Miss Meyers, Florida State Junior
Champion, 1967; and Linda Parker, 1967 Alabama
State Champion.
Miss Ryan said that she has a crew of girls that
also play, but these girls carry the lowest handicap.
. The team finished the 1970 season with a 2-3
record after beating FSU twice and dropping
matches to Rollins, Miami, and Miami Dade Junior
College.

Gainesville Lincoln; James
ORourke, Ft. Walton Beach
Choctawhatchee; Jerry Carter,
Jacksonville Jackson; Doug
Nettles, Panama City
Rutherford.

Graves Adds New Coaches

Jack Jones and Bobby Barton
will join the UF athletic staff,
Director of Athletics Ray Graves
announced today.
Former UF quarterback Jack
Jones, a prep football coach the
past three seasons, will join
Coach Doug Dickeys Gators
next fall as a graduate assistant
while working on a masters
degree. He will work with the
freshman team and scout.
Jones concluded his collegiate
career in 1959 and coached as an
assistant at Gainesville High

CRAIG GOLDWYN
Sports Editor

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Jourdan Top Trackster
: The Gators jumpin Ron Jourdan was named the most >:
: valuable member of the 1969-70 track team and received the ;j;
: Percy Beard Award at the annual Florida dinner.
: Irishman Eamonn OKeefe, the present Southeastern S
: Conference champion in the 880 indoors and outdoors, received
: the Go-Gator Award for his season performance. jj
§ At the same dinner 100-yd. dash man Roger Carson, 440-yd.
: man Jerry Fannin, triple and long jumper Ron Coleman and
triple jumper Grover Howard were named co-captains of the
1971 track team. |

School for three seasons prior to
becoming head coach at Santa
Fe High in 1967.
His first Santa Fe team
finished 64 and his next two
teams were state powers with
9-1 and 12-1 records. His 1969
team went to state finals in its

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CHUCK PARTUSCH
Assistant Sports Editor

class.
Barton will be an assistant
trainer. He is a 1968 graduate of
UF, and has been trainer for the
NCAA East-West All-Star
basketball games and served as a
student trainer at Kentucky
from 1964-68.



Swim Team: SEC Champs Again

By DAVE SPAHR
Alligator Sports Writer
The actions of the UF
swimming team in the 1969-70
season were comparable to that
of a snowball.
Coach Harlans tankers started
the season slow and steadily
built-up momentum
meet-by-meet capping the season
with a stunning surprise victory
over arch-rival Tennessee in the
Southeastern Conference
championship.
HARLANS STRATEGY was
to bring the team up to their
peak for the SEC championship.
In order to achieve this goal the
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Gators had to overcome tough
competition throughout most of
the season before they reached
their full potential.
The UF started the season on
a cold December afternoon and
washed away the Georgia
Bulldogs 63-50. Gary Chelosky
and Bill Domey set meet records
in the 200-yd. breaststroke and
backstroke.
The next day the Gators
rolled over the Crimson Tide
67-47 behind the dual wins of
Bruce Williams and Bob Link.
ON JAN. 3, the UF tankers
swamped the University of
South Florida 77-36 in home
waters.
In the first dual meet against
Tennessee the Gators had to
sacrifice the win to maintain
their strategy. Although they
lost to the Vols 61-52, Mark
McKee gave a demonstration of
why he is an All-American
swimmer. McKee won the
500-yd. and 1,000-yd. freestyle
and Chelosky won the 200-yd.
individual medley and 200-yd.
breatstroke.
On Jan. 17, the Gators met
their old nemesis FSU. Harlan
did the unexpected against the
Seminoles by switching around
the relay teams and completely
befuddled the Seminoles. The
UF swept the meet 61-52 with
first and second place finishes in
the 200-yd. backstroke and
500-yd. freestyle. The UF
tankers also copped a first and
third place in the 200-yd.
breaststroke. Domey set a pool
and varsity record in the 200-yd.
back with a 2:02 clocking.
AFTER THE FSU meet the
Gators shifted out of low gear
and North Carolina fell next to
the juggernaut 6349. Steve
Hairston and Greg Hardee put in
outstanding performances in the
Gamecock meet.
In order to implant their
names deeply in the minds of
the citizens of North Carolina
the Florida tankers dropped in
on the Tarheels of N.C. State
and literally drowned them in
their wake. The UF took first
and second places in the
1,000-yd. free, 200-yd. free,
200-yd. individual medley,
200-yd. backstroke, and a first

and third in the 200-yd.
breaststroke. The entire team
stood out in this great
performance.
Returning to Gainesville the
UF smashed FSU 7043. The
swimmers swept five first and
second places, and freshman
Pete Orschiedt led the field of
outstanding Gator performers
with wins in the 500- and
1,000-yd. free.
THE CRUCIAL time had
arrived for the tankers after the
FSU meet. The Southern
Intercollegiate Invitational meet
was the pivotal point in bringing
the UF swimmers to their full
potential. The Gators finished
second in .the meet behind
national powerhouse Southern
Illinois. Frosh Gary Chelosky
put in an unbelievable
performance. Chelosky won
three first places while breaking
two varsity, three freshmen, one
pool, and one meet record.
The big moment had finally
arrived. The SEC championship
meet proved Coach Harlans
strategy had worked and the
Gator tankers went completely
berserk. The entire team was
uncontrollable and Jimmy
Perkins and Orscheidt were the
masters of the madness. The fans
were all pulling for Florida and
the Kentucky delegation
brought out a banner that said
Kentucky is No. 1 in
basketball, Florida is No. 1 in
swimming. Just before the end
of the meet, when the UF had
already wrapped it up, the
Florida coaches came out
wearing T-shirts that read,
FLORIDA SEC SWIMMING
CHAMPIONS AGAIN. The
SEC championship win made it
the 16th time the UF has won it
in the last 18 years.
In the NCAA championship
meet in Salt Lake City, the UF
had placed swimmers in every
individual event except diving.
The Gators had trouble from the
start with the high altitude and
managed to only win two 10th
places. Mark McKee took 10th
in the 400-yd. individual medley
and Bruce Baby Bull Williams
took 10th in the 100-yd. free.

AFTER THE meet the
All-SEC team was announced
and Florida placed Orschiedt,
Steve McDonnell, Perkins, and
McKee on the first roster.
Ironically Williams, who made
the All-American team failed to
make the All-SEC team.
In the final meet of the season
the Gators broke nine varsity
records in the AAU
championships.
The future looks very bright
for next years team. Starters
Chelosky, Domey, Hairston,
Hardee, Kierstead, McDonnell,
McKee, Jamie Murphy,
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. The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, June 3. 1970

Page 16

McLaren Killed In Flaming Wreck

GOODWOOD, England (UPI) Bruce McLaren, a
successful driver who turned to building race cars, died in
the flaming wreckage of an auto he designed and was
testing for this years Canadian-American Challenge Cup
Series.
McLaren, a New Zealander who learned about cars as a
helper in his fathers Auckland service station, was killed
Tuesday when his car exploded and rammed a concrete
marshals post during tests on the little-used Goodwood
circuit in England.
MORE THAN 60 yards of tell-tale black tire marks
scarred the straightway. An unidentified eyewitness said
the car crashed into an old observation post, rather like a
huge mound of earth, which sent it spinning off the
track.

I n SI'ORIS SHOR TS

Hyndman, Morey
Win First Round

BILL HYNDMAN and Dale
Morey, Americas top hopes in
the British Amateur Golf
Championships in Newcastle,
Northern Ireland, gained
impressive first round victories
Tuesday to take the initial step
toward a showdown battle
between the two in the
tournaments quarterfinal round.
Hyndman, a finalist on two
previous occasions and top
challenger to four-time
champion Mike Bonallack of
England, opened his title bid by
downing former Irish
International Greg Young, 3 and
2. The Huntingdon Valley, Pa.,
golfer shot sub-par golf to down
his rival.
Morey, of High Point, N. C.,
and a Walker Cup player, tamed
Royal County Down Clubs
demanding course to crush John
Jennings of Brimingham, Mich.,
7 and 5.
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Hyndman and Morey were
among 22 U. S. players to reach
the second round. Twelve won
Monday and 10 advanced
Tuesday. A total of 12 U. S.
players were eliminated
Tuesday.
* *
CLIFF RICHEY of San
Angelo, Tex., upset top-seeded
Die Nastase of Romania, 7-5,
9-7, 4-6, 6-3, Tuesday to gain
the semi-final round of the
French Open Tennis
Championships but Arthur Ashe
of Gum Springs, Va., was
eliminated in a 5 5-game
marathon by fifth-seeded Zeljko
Franulovic of Yugoslavia.
Although he is ranked third in
the United States, this is only
the first time in his career that
the 23-year-old Richey has
reached the semi-finals of one of
the worlds four major
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track.
The joint managing director of McLarens company,
Ted Mayer, said the cause of the accident was not yet
known.
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Can-Am Championship in 1967 and 1969, while in the
year between fellow New Zealander Denny Hulme piloted
one to victory.
As a Formula One driver, he never became World
Champion, but always was close to it. Last year, he

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finished third, again in a car he designed and built himseit.
His death on this sunny circuit, now used only for
testing and partly overgrown by weeds, was a shock to all.
Stirling Moss, whose crash on this same circuit in 1963
forced him permanently to give up racing, summed up the
feeling of many persons whose tributes began pouring in
to his pretty wife Patricia and young daughter, Amanda.
He was a very, very good driver, said Moss, himself
rated among the top along with Juan Fangio and Jim
Clark. He was a great technical developer. He was also a
great person around the tracks. He was a family man and
someone who will be missed not only by the spectators
but by his fellow drivers and also the sport.