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Vol 63, No. 13

SOME HECKLING
Slade Gives'Direction 1

By SUE CUSTODE
Alligator Staff Writer
A speech by state Sen. Tom Slade Tuesday at the
Plaza of the Americas precipitated the very thing
which Slade said was the farthest thing from my
mind a student confrontation.
Slade, the Republican candidate for state
treasurer and insurance commissioner, told a crowd
estimated at 350400 that his purpose in coming to
speak at UF was to express what he thinks is a
proper direction for the future.
HIS DISCUSSION centered on methods of
implementing change, how much money taxpayers
are paying annually for state institutions of higher
learning, and disruption of the state educational
system.
Slade, who was the subject of heckling and

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Youth Charged With
Rape And Murder
By CHRIS LANE
Alligator Staff Writer
A rash of crimes broke out in Gainesville Monday including rape,
abduction, and apparent murder. County investigators have charged a
15-year-old youth with two of the incidents.
EARLY TUESDAY, Alachua County Sheriff Joe Crevasse said
there didnt appear to be any connection between the various crimes
but he added that the possibility of a link was not being overlooked.
The body of a 12-year-old boy, the apparent murder victim, was
found by two youths at 10:30 a.m. Monday in the vicinity of the
Gainesville Boys Club. He was identified as Larry Demps, missing
since Saturday afternoon.
POLICE HAVE yet to determine the cause of death.
The youth went to Florida Field Saturday to sell soft drinks at the
Florida-North Carolina State Football game. A friend of the boy said
that he saw Demps leave the stadium after the game.
.ie has been missing ever since the discovery of his body Monday.
Lee Jones and Jerry Wayne Green, both 13, found the body
in a wooded area 300 feet west of State Road 24.
THE TWO boys said they were searching for bicycle parts. The
Green youth said that bikes are often stripped in the woods.
Demps body was found semi-nude, clothed only in his underwear,
and his shirt was tied around his neck.
Police would not disclose whether the youth had been molested or
robbed of his soft drink profits.
A 15-YEAR-OLD black male was arrested and charged with the
(SEE 'COED' PAGE 3)

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THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

jeering from the crowd at numerous points in his
speech, told the crowd that the campus should not
be used by reform-seekers to advocate change
through demonstrations or speeches denouncing the
present political or educational systems.
"We are involved in an institution for the sole
purpose of learning, Slade said, and someone
must speak out if any attempts are made to disrupt
the education process.
SLADE REFERRED to UF instructor Kenneth
Megill and Robert Canney, both of whom have
made public their feelings that the present political
establishment needs reformation to insure more
equality and freedom under the law for minority
groups.
They have also expressed their opposition to the
Vietnam war.
One student attending the speech told Slade he

was doing the very thing he
said he opposed, because he was
speaking on campus about his
political views and his attitude
toward those with differing
views.
SLADE REMARKED, There
is a vast difference between
using the campus as a place for
learning about politics and using
it as a place to cultivate political
attitudes that would cause the
(SEE 'SLADE' PAGE 3)


.. But Some Disagree

By MARYANNE GILLIS
Alligator Staff Writer
It was a pleasant fall day in
the Plaza of the Americas. The
sun was filtering through the
pine needles of the trees and a
breeze was blowing. Some 400
people were crowded around the
central platform built up at the
west end of the plaza.
State Sen. Tom Slade was
dealing blows to the far left
elements of the audience. At the
foot of the podium stood a red
and white hand-painted sign
which said, Outside Agitator.
A young man sitting near me,
a member of Young Americans
for Freedom (YAF), the
sponsoring organization, was
pleased with Slades oratory.
If you dont like this
country, he told a disgruntled
listener, why dont you leave
it.
NO DOUBT, the young man
had a good answer to that, but
at that moment an old man rose
unsteadily from his cross-legged
position on the ground.
He leaned heavily on his cane,
and pointing a crooked finger at
the Jacksonville senator, he
charged, If you were around at
the time of the Boston Tea
Party, you would have
advocated that the protest
against the tax be addressed to
King George in England, and
you would have called those
who participated anarchists.
Slade began to reply, but the

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loud approval of the crowd
stopped him.
THE MAN CONTINUED, If
you had been around, you
would have denounced Paul
Revere and the militiamen as
anarchist, facist revolutionaries.
You would have been in London
with King George.
Slade left shortly after the
students had asked a few more
questions.
The old man wasnt through
though. He settled on a bench

New Applications
Filter Troublemakers

By BECKY LLOYD
Alligator Staff Writer
Applicants for admission to
state universities in Florida now
must carefully consider their
answers to questions concerning
their past behavior.
The Board of Regents have
added four questions to the
admissions applications to
implement the provisions of
Florida Senate Bill 29 (Chapter
70-51) enacted by the 1970
State Legislature.
Philip F. Ashler, vice
chancellor for administration for
the Board of Regents, listed the
questions as they will appear on
applications:
Have you experienced
continuing or major difficulty
with school or other authorities

Wednesday, October 7, 1970

and several students gathered
around to listen.
THE FASCINATION of the
man was not so much what he
had to say. Although his words
were strong, the man himself
interested everyone.
At 64, a hard life and illness
had taken its toll in William King
Skinners appearance. His voice
was shaky and his hearing was
bad, but his manner was vital.
Nobody believes in violence
(SEE 'DROPOUT' PAGE 3)

because of improper conduct?
tHave you been involved in
any action that has been found
to disrupt or interfere with the
orderly conduct, processes,
(SEE 'DISRUPTERS' PAGE 3)
Inside
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THE YEARS fiist arrest for ;
possession of marijuana has
been made by the University
Police Department page 4
Classifieds ..10
Editorials 6
Movies u ....... 10
Sports 13
Whats Happening 5



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The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, October 7,1970

Kesl Featured
In Quarterly

By BEVERLY CHEUVRONT
Alligator Writer
Primitive people and animals
with bulging, hyperthyroid eyes
abound in the next issue of the
Florida Quarteriy.
These are the drawings of
Leonard Kesl, a UF assistant art
professor, who has been given 20
pages of the Quarteriy to display
his creations.
KESL LOOKS a little like the
people he draws.
He is energetic and quick. A
conversation with Kesl is like a
game of ping pong with the
national champion.
He claims to be 44 and a
native of St. Louis, but explains
he likes to lie about facts.
Nobody should ever take me
too seriously, he says.
Two years ago Kesl came here
from Montana at the invitation
of the art department. Since
then he says hes fallen in love
with the area.
IM A sunshine freak and Im
having a romance with the
Gainesville sun, he said
In addition to sunshine, Kesl
says he loves all of nature, and
his paintings reflect this.
I always try to put a beach
or sun in my drawings, he said.
Kesls home is warm and
earthy, the colors of an autumn
forest. An abu dance of
paintings, collages, etchings, and
drawings fills the rooms.
A LETTER SITS out ready
for the mail. Six one-cent stamps
are scattered randomly across
the envelope an Excedrin
headache for some postman.
He selects a record from a
collection of over 1,000 and
plays it on the old stereo. Its
Bix Beiderbecke, a 1925 jazz
artist.
This explains my art. The

Commission Hears Jail Problems

By GEORGE E. CREEL
Alligator Writer
Problems of the Alachua County Jail were brought before the
County Commission again Tuesday afternoon.
Alligator Assignments Editor Ron Sachs told the commission that
the jail was still overcrowded, ventilation was still poor, and that
u nothing is being done** about the conditions.
COMMISSIONER SYDNEY Martin refuted Sach*s charge saying
that a plan is underway to transfer prisoners from the county jail to
the city jail.
Lt. W. C. Snowden of the Gainesville Police Department said there
were still some problems to be solved.
Snowden said the city has to hire two more jailers to accommodate
the influx of prisoners. He said the city was hoping to take 10 county
prisoners by Oct. IS, if qualified jailers could be hired.
TUESDAY THE county jail had 105 inmates, according to Lt. D.L.
Peterson of the sheriffs office.
Peterson said the jail can only handle about 7S inmates without
too many problems.**
Sheriff Joe Crevasse told the commission that he wanted a new
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structure follows the
free-wheeling form of jazz, Kesl
said.
I used to be a jazz
drummer, he says dreamily as
he listens to the music. Theres
a lot of joie de vivre in the music
and I try to capture it in my
work.
KESL SAYS HE is happier
with the art because there are
tangible results. And with music
there is only the immediate
experience.
You can create, destroy or
even edit art. Many of my
drawing? look alike. It's as if Im
trying to make one good one,
Kesl said.
He doesnt believe in putting
deep meanings in art, even
though many pieces lode like
they could illustrate a test on
Freud. One such drawing is a
religious scene entitled Christ
Removed.
I didn't draw it for the
subject, I drew it for the
structure. Form is my religion,
Kesl explained.
WHEN IT COMES to his art,
Kesl has an amazing amount of
patience. He has spent as much
as 400 hours on a single
painting. One set of three
canvases took six years to
complete.
Describing himself, Kesl says
he is very 9 to 5 on the
outside. A polka-dotted bow tie
lying on the desk confirms this.
His real sdf, he says, is quite
different.
TRAVEL IS Kesl's favorite
pastime, and hitchhiking is his
preferred mode of travel.
It's a great way to meet
interesting people, he said.
Ive hitched from coast to coast
in America, gone all over Europe
and even tried hitching in Africa.
But since there arent any

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KESL DRAWING
a sample of the 20-page feature

highways in Africa, I couldnt
get anywhere,** Kesl said.
Keri says he*s happy and

institution which would emphasize rehabilitation.
CREVASSE SAID the use of city facilities was only a stopgap
measure, adding, Im convinced that very shortly the county and citv
jails willbefrlled. 7
Crevasse listed the following causes for the poor conditions at the
county jail:
Attitudes of prisoners 'have changed. When the facility was built,
prisoners didnt try to destroy them as they do now.
More people are being arrested and confined due to more
efficient law enforcement and population growth.
The crowding at the jail had come about in the last year and was
mainly caused by the times.
Crevasse emphasized that an addition to the present facility would
only ease the problem for now, and would do nothing to foster
rehabilitation of criminals.


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No one knows Im alive
but I do, he said and smiled.

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Coed Abducted After Murder

PAGeoNE^
alleged rape of a 19-year-old white Santa Fe Junior College (SFJC)
coed early Monday afternoon. The same youth was charged with the
murder of the Demps boy.
The suspect was apprehended in the northeast section of Gainesville
at 8:30 p.m. Monday, eight hours after the alleged rape in an isolated
wooded area near the Gainesville airport.
Abduction took place in the parking lot of the SFJC southeast
campus, formerly Lincoln High School, at 1001 S.E. 12th Street.
SHORTLY AFTER noon, the girl went to the lot where her car was
parked to leave campus after having attended classes there that
morning.
Just as she was getting into the car, she said a shirtless youth with

Dropout Skinner Returned At 58

for the sake of violence,
Skinner said. I begged the kids
last year not to bum down the
ROTC building. If we do chase
ROTC off-campus, then we
wouldnt have a building for
academics.
Slade Says'Leave
page oneJ
destruction of the
establishment.
Referring to those who do
seek change through
demonstration as opposed to
using the ingredients and
channels available to them, Slade
said, If you dont appreciate
what the people of the state are
doing (financing higher
education) you would best
serve the interests of Florida by
removing yourself and providing
room for those who want to be
here and aren't.
According to special
Presidential Assistant Dr. Rae 0.
Weimer, the UF last year
received just over 50 per cent in
state funds of the money it took
to run the university.

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THIS IS Skinners sixth year
at UF. He is a graduate student
in philosophy and behavorial
science. That alone is an
accomplishment, for William
Skinner never got out of
grammar school.
Bom in Brooklyn, he ran
away from home at the age of
13 and went to Washington D.C.
He did various things and
eventually became a travelling
salesman. But 9 to 5 were not
Skinner's true hours. Anytime
he could he would read or try
his hand at writing.
IVE SPEND all my life
reading books, he said. I used
to write research papers and mail

Disrupters May Be Nixed

page oneJ
functions or programs of any
university, college or junior
college?
If you have answered yes
to Items 38,39,40 or 41, please
give details below.
tHave you been convicted
for violation of any federal or
state law or municipal
ordinance, other than minor
offenses involving a fine of $25
or less?

an Afro haircut approached, carrying a broken soda Dottle. Alter
threatening the girl with the bottle, he drove her to a wooded area
southeast of Gainesville where the criminal assault allegedly took
place.

The youth then forced the girl back into the car and drove the
vehicle back towards town on Waldo Road. The auto developed motor
trouble and stopped. The assailant then got out of the car and fled on
foot.

THE GIRL was found by police at Waldo Road and 35th Street and
was taken to Alachua General Hospital for treatment.
A suspect fitting the description of the alleged rapist was
apprehended about 8:30 pm. as he was walking along N.E. Third
Avenue. A petition was then signed by the county juvenile court
charging the 15-year-old youth with the alleged rape.

them to various people who
were supposed to be top in their
academic fields. I'd ask them to
review them.
The surprising thing is that
they usually did return them,
with compliments, according to
Skinner.
When asked why a man of his
age had ventured into the realm
of higher education after leaving
all formal education so far
behind, he smiled.
I WANTED to show that a
kid who didnt even finish
grammar school could do better
than all the big wheels with their
armfuls of degrees.

THESE QUESTIONS might
lead to not granting admission to
those with disruptive
backgrounds, Ashler said.
UF President Stephen C.
OConnell could not be reached
for comment Tuesday.

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, The Florida Alligator, Wad need ay, October 7, 1970

Years First Drug Bust
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Made By UPD Officers

By CARL CRAWFORD
Alligator Staff Writer
University Police made their first narcotics arrest
for the school year, Monday evening.
Carter Clark Osterbinder 111, 2105 N.W. 7th Ave.,
was charged with possession of marijuana.
OSTERBINDER WAS smoking and rolling what
appeared to be marijuana cigarettes, in the S.W.
wing of the Grove Hall art building when he was
noticed by Officer Kelsey Graham.
Graham was patrolling outside the building and
happened to look in an open window and saw

Ravi Shankar
Plays Oct. 15
Ravi Shankar, Indias virtuoso
of the sitar will appear Oct. 15,
in the Florida Gym, beginning
Student Government
Productions 1970-71 concert
series.
A two hour performance is
scheduled with the show starting
at 8:15 pjn. Tickets are
available to UF students for $2,
$1.50 and sl. They are on sale
at the Reitz Union box office.
Ravi Shankar is largely
responsible for the great surge in
the popularity of Indian classical
music in the West and for the
revival of the sitar, an ancient
classical instrument. He has
composed scores for such
distinguished films as The Apu
Trilogy by Satyajit Ray, and
the Academy Award Nominee,
Charly.
Underground Songs
Whats new in a 100
million-year-old cave here? A
pretty, singing guide.
Sheryl Lynn, 22, sings
tourists requests as she escorts
them through Meramec Caverns
on U.S. 66. She says singing in
the cave is excellent for her
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cigarette.
Graham watched Osterbinder for a few minutes,
then called for assistance.
UPD OFFICER Willie Gene Flowers arrived on
the scene.
Graham then asked Osterbinder to come outside,
and advised the student of his rights.
UPD Chief Investogator Gene Watson said the
arrest was the first narcotics arrest of the year.
Osterbinder was taken to the Alachua County
Jail, booked on the charge of possession of
marijuana, then released on bond.
The student lives with his parents in Gainesville.

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: Indias virtuoso of the sitar. :
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§ Opera star, Phyllis Curtin. £
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Nothing Course
Offered By FEC
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By CARL CRAWFORD
Alligator Staff Writer
For those UF students who are sick and tired of doing nothing, an
opportunity to take another class, just for fun awaits.
The Florida Experimental College (FEC) is offering a course in
nothing in its fall schedule.
A BASIC IDEA of the FEC is you will learn more effectively what
you want and need to learn.
The basic responsibility for learning in the FEC is placed upon the
student himself. As the catalog points out, The Experimental College
is a place and a space to become your own teacher.
You may create and assume responsibility for your own course,
the catalog explains.
THE FECS curriculum is a free curriculum. Miss Penley, an FEC
director, said, If somebody wants a certain course, they just call us
and tell us that they would like a course in something, and we help
them get it together.
Among the courses offered by the FEC is grab-bag. The course
description reads, Eat your own lunch and rap about almost
anything with a multi-disciplinary group of artists, engineers,
sociologists, physicists, poets and other local zombies.
Miss Penley explained that the student body of approximately 400
students, contains many different people with many different ideas.
The courses need not be taught by one of the people responsible
for setting up the school.

NEW UF UNDERGROUND
MOVEMENT: The Florida
Speleological Society will meet
tonight at 7 p.m. in rooms 361
and 362 of the Reitz Union. All
interested welcome.
IT NEVER HURTS TO ASK:
The deadline for picking up Beta
Gamma Sigma scholarship
applications for the College of
Business Administration is Oct.
30. Applications can be obtained
from Mrs. Young in the office of
the Dean of Business
Administration. Applicants must
have a 3.0 overall grade point
average.
WHAT KIND OF MATCH
DOESNT LIGHT?: A cricket
match. The UF international
cricket team will play a
Trinidadian team from Miami
Oct. 10 and 11 at 10 a.m. at
Alice Field, south of Fraternity
Row. All are invited to attend.
BY THE PEOPLE WHO GAVE
YOU DEWEY DECIMALS: The
Friends of the Gainesville Public
Library are collecting books for
their annual book sale to be held
Oct. 21-24. Donations of books,
art reproductions and old
phonograph records may be
taken to the old Ruddys on the
south side of the square any
Tuesday, Wednesday or
Thursday morning, or at any
time to the service entrance at
the Gainesville Public Library on
E. University Ave.
TIME MARCHES ON: The
history department will hold an
important meeting for all
undergraduate history majors

Tonight!!
Transcendental Meditation
as taught by
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
Introductory Lecture
Little Hall, Rm 101, Oct. 7th 7:30 PM

and prospective undergraduate
majors Oct 8 at 7:30 p.m. in
room 150 C and Dos the Union.
Topics will be the recent changes
in requirements for history
majors and graduate school
applications.
IFAS IS GOING TO THE
DOGS: Dr. E.T. York, provost
of the Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences will speak
in the Mechanical Engineering
Building auditorium at 7:30
p.m. Oct. 8 concerning the new
veterinary school.
STUDY WHILE YOU SAIL:
Dustin Cole, admissions
counselor for World Campus
Afloat Chapman College,
Orange California, will be
available for interviews in the
Plaza of the Americas today
only from 10 a.m. to 4p.m. A
special showing of the New
World Campus Afloat film, A
Semester at Sea, will be held in
room 347 of the Union.
VETS PLOT IT OUT: The UF
Veterans Club will meet at 7:30
p.m. Oct. 8 in room 1508 of the
Union to discuss organizational
matters and bloc seating. It is
very important that all
prospective members and old
members attend.
GATORS GROWL: Entries int#
Gator Growl skit competition
can be turned into room 313,
Union until 2 p.m. today. Those
organizations who turned in
their scripts on Monday and
Tuesday may pick them up in
the Growl office beginning at 2
today.

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EDITORIAL
FrendrFried
Or Baked?
What do restaurants and University College have in
common?
A no substitution please policy, of course.
Such a policy, merely annoying when in a restaurant, can
be harmful when practiced by a university.
Individual students have individual needs. This must be
taken into account when planning a schedule.
Certain courses are necessary but different courses are
necessary for different people.
Never once, since our last CPS 121 exam that is, have we
been called upon to explain the process of condensation.
And, wed be willing to bet, no employer will ever ask us.
Tuesday afternoon the University Curriculum Committee
met to discuss the proposals concerning the future of
University College.
Chairman Robert Bryan said In the final analysis what
the committee is trying to do is make recommendations to
the University Senate and then they will make the
decisions.
The committee has been trying to decide for months
now. Enough proposals and recommendations have been
bandied about to sink a good-sized university.
Since nobody else seems willing to make the final
recommendation to the University Senate, we would like to
suggest the adoption of Vice President Frederick Conners
proposal.
Conners proposal stipulated that UC be terminated and
the members of the faculty be given the option of joining
the departments of their special field, or remaining as a
nucleus to continue the courses they are now teaching
under different administration on a reduced scale.
But the part we really like is that this proposal would
allow students the opportunity to substitute courses in
order to meet requirements.
We think its time to let us decide for ourselves whether
we want baked or French fried potatoes with our education.
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The future is not a
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Boy! Those firecrackers are close!
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See The Job Through

In the text released by
Student Body President Steve
Uhlfelder on Friday, Oct. 2, we
are confronted with a serious
challenge as to whether two way
communication between the
students and administration will
continue.
Mr. Uhlfelder stated: I am
withdrawing all Student
Government participation in the
Presidential Leadership
Conference... He further
urged other students .. .not to
attend or participate in.. .just
another meaningless
conference.
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MR. UHLFELDER was remiss
in boycotting Sundays meeting
and I do not believe any of us
can condone such action.
Indeed, if Mr. Uhlfelder claims
to speak for the student body he
must be present at such
conferences in order to
contribute his ideas.
While I cannot agree with Mr.
Uhlfelders statement that
students are .. .the pawns of
the unlistening administration.
I believe that in all fairness to
him we must face the facts, for
the problem goes much deeper
than this.
Each year only a small

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number of students take the
time to vote in the Student
Government elections. Most
remain unconcerned with the
important events on the campus,
generally because their own lives
do not seem to be affected by
them. Recent events however,
have demonstrated that apathy
breeds inaction, stagnation and
discord.
MR. UHLFELDER recently
attempted to implement several
changes concerning the Board of
Student Publications and the
committee dealing with student
disciplinary action. In both of
his efforts he was unsuccessful,
partly because of resistance by
the administration and vested
interests, and partly because of
student disinterest.
This is not to say that I agree
completely with all of Mr.
Uhlfeldets proposals. Much of
the apathy on campus results
from the actions of Student
Government which fails to keep
the rest of us informed on a
regular basis.
In spite of all this, Mr.
Uhlfelders statement that: We
are not going to continue to talk
or suggest in dealing with the
administration cannot be
accepted. He is responsible for
breaking off the dialogue and in
these times of crisis and tension
what we need above all else is
constant discussions, even if
they achieve little else but
*** i "* informed of
the others views. We are not
engaged in labor negotiations
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Phyllis Gallub
Managing Editor
Loretta Tennant
News Editor

BRUCEALPER

and Mr. Uhlfelder should not
adopt the tactics of a union
leader who walks out on the
negotiations.
ALTHOUGH MR. Uhlfelder
assailed the Action Conferences
it must be pointed out that
many reforms resulted from
such meetings, among them, the
grade appeals board.
Mr. Uhlfelder also stated that:
Action needs to be taken on
academic reform... .ROTC,
minority groups and other
problems. None of us can
dispute the need for a change in
the academic environment but
% we must not forget the many
victories that have been won.
Efforts must continue to make
this university a better reflection
of the racial make-up of our
society. ROTC must be
preserved for it is a vital
institution which helps to
preserve our liberty and ensure
our nations survival.
THE FORCES against change
and needed reforms are strong
and often appear to be unwilling
to listen. Nevertheless, this
cannot excuse others from
continuing to strive for
something better.
We must call upon Mr.
Uhlfelder to show his
- steadfastness and; perseverance
rather than retreat and
submission in the face of those
impeding change. It is time for
resolution aiid a common
willingess to see the job through



Liberals Con Be Narrow Minded Too

The burly man in the T-shirt
put his beer down and struck his
fist on the top of the bar.
Damn it, he said, If there
is one thing 1 cant stand its an
outside agitator. 1 mean what
business has he got here? I*ll tell
you. He hasn't got any.
WHAT REALLY gauls me is
he isnt even an American. If
there is one thing I hate more
than a run of the mill outside
agitator, its a foreign outside
agitator. I mean what is this
country coming to when a
foreign can come in here and say
the kind of things he going to
say?
His drinking companions
nodded their heads in agreement

Pin Counts
MR. EDITOR:
Miss McElroy (Sept. 29) tries
to give reasons for sororities and
why she and many of her friends
choose to go down the path to
impersonal oblivion.
She is right when she asks if it
should be the girl that counts
and not the pin. But most of the
time this is not the case. Her
reason for wearing the pin is
obvious. It is her prize; she has
made it. Really now, do you
expect anyone you meet to say,
Wow, there goes a girl who
really loves all her sisters and all
the wonderful things they stand
for?
It is a good excuse, until
analyzed. The first idea that
comes up is, If she really loves
all of this, there is really no need
to wear the pin. When you
wear the pin you did so to
advertize the fact that you are
one of the selected elite masses,
and because it makes you feel so
above all the lowly plebians you
meet.
You are not smiling at them
as a person, but are smiling at
them from behind a pin. This is
not apparent to a Greek, because
he or .she has convinced
themselves that it is not true.
She says she enjoys smiling at
independents as well as Greeks.
Well, that's damn nice of you. I
hope it makes your day or helps
you fulfill some of your brownie
points, because most people can
see through it.
Sororities and fraternities
were founded to be exclusive
clubs, designed primarily to keep
people- out. But now, especially
with the condition the system is
in, most anyone can join a
fraternity or sorority, because
they need your numbers and
money to stay alive, a fact all
but the Greeks will admit.
I have been exposed to about
halt of the Greek system on
campus, and my opinion of what
I have seen is that the entire
system is false, at least to the
ideals that if professes to be. It is
a world of cold handshakes and
false smiles. <
I'm not saying that every
Greek is a snob or is impersonal,
although my opinion of most,
especially the newer members is
just that. All Im saying is to be
a real person. If it is your goal to
be a Greek, or youre already

and took another sip of their
beers.
This man is just plain evil,
the first man continued. He
doesn't have any business or any
right to set foot on the sacred
soil of America. I fought for this
country and I didn't fight for
the likes of him to come over
here to promote those kind of
ideas. Freedom of speech is one
thing this is another.
HE LOOKED at each of his
companions, searching for some
sign of disagreement.
He found none.
And with that the Faculty
and Student Liberals for Free
Speech went about nailing up

one, and you are honestly in it
for your pleasure and benefit, as
well as that of the Greek system,
l respect your views and form no
prejudices, pro or con about
you. But if you let those two or
three letters stand in the way of
your becoming a real person,
then you are lying to yourself,
and everyone will know it.
Greeks dont have the
importance they once had and
not as many girls get glassy-eyed
as they used to when a frat man
speaks to them.
I was even a pledge one
quarter, but it was all fake to
me. Maybe its your thing to be
Greek, all I ask is that you
remain an individual too.
DAVID WELLONS
Tom Slado
MR. EDITOR:
Suppose that the political
climate in this country was
different from what it is today.
Suppose that you, Mr. Tom
Slade, are addressing a YAF
Rally in the Plaza of the
Americas, and a police force of
these men is preserving order:
Rap Brown, Stokely
Charmichael, Ralph Ginsberg,
Tim Leary, Abbie Hoffman,
John Lennon, Ted Kennedy,
Wm. Fulbright, Chas. Goodell,
Wm. Kunstler, and Mark Rudd.
Now, in the course of your
address, you utter the phrase,
Goddam pinko-commie
radicLibs. What would you do
if a few of the above mentioned
police officers forced you to the
ground with your arm twisted
behind your tack in an attempt
to arrest you for using
profanity?
What would you do if you
knew that you would be (1)
shaved bald (2) thrown in a
crowded cell, possibly to be
homosexually raped or to hang
yourself* and (3) moved from
jail to jail to prevent your wife
from reaching you to pay your
bail?
Isnt it just possible that his
incident would make you so
mad that you would resist
arrest? Have you never lost your
temper in response to such a
prejudiced censorship of your
right to speak freely? Even if
there isnt such a thing as
sufficient justification for
resisting arrest, dont you think

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their posters reading: BAN
KY.
The merits or demerits of the
impending Oct. 3, visit to this
country of South Vietnamese
Vice President Nguyen Cao Ky
aside, it has brought out a basic
charateristic of the liberal left
seldom exposed.
IT IS its fundmental bigotry
and prejudice against all it

READERS FORUM

that I would sympathize and
defend you for your
understandable, if somewhat
rash, action?
Now suppose you face a jury
of these same 12 men. What are
your hopes for acquittal? Sadly
enough, I would agree with you,
they are not good. You probably
would be sentenced to a six
months to two year term, Darred
from the legislature, etc.
And, Mr. Slade, you would
have been a victim of political
repression, pure and simple. But
would Robert Canney write a
letter to the members of the
legislature commending them for
removing you, as you wrote a
letter to President O'Connell
praising him for ridding the U
of F of yet another radical
when Canney was removed
under the circumstances
hypothesized above? I doubt it.
C&nney and the ACLU would
be right there trying to help you
/appeal your case to higher
courts, even if seated on these
courts were Earl Warren, Angela
Davis, Steve Uhlfelder, and
Eldrige Geaver. Or, for that
matter, if the bench was
occupied by George Carswell,
Spiro Agnew, Lester Maddox,
and John Mitchell.
Mr. Slade, there is such a
thing as due process, and
equality under the law is a b?sic
tenet of a democracy. These
Robert Canney has been denied.

disagrees with. The liberals have
always attempted to label
narrow minded provincialism an
exclusive domain of the political
Right.
Believe me I know it exists on
the Right, but Hell hath no fury
like a liberal leftist about to be
told he's wrong.
Gone are the supporters of
such abstract doctrines as
freedom of speech, freedom of
association, the free market
place of ideas, and academic
freedom.
THE LIBERAL left has
engaged in intellectual incest so
long they can no longer see any

And why haven't you been
arrested for using profanity? I
doubt if it is because of your
dialectical purity. It is more
likely that instead of my
hypothetical police force, the
police enforcing the laws of this
land are under-educated,
under-paid, over-pressured,
over-controlled by politicos,
over-armed, tensed-up, hunted
by revolutionaries, often
emotionally and politically
motivated, and despised
generally by those who are the
targets of their repression.
How can an arrest by such a
keyed-up and volatile police
force mean anything? I would
just as soon be arrested by
Angela Davis as by a policeman
acting under such pressures.
The blame for such a pitiful
and potentially dangerous force
lies primarily not with the police
themselves, but with rhetorical
disrupters who incite hatred and
violence in the name of America.
Yes, the times they are a
changing but will only continue
to do so if we all remain willing
to discuss the issues with one
another and to permit the next
fellow to differ with us, without
resorting to boycotts and
walk-outs.
Search your heart, Mr. Slade:
are you a hate-monger, a threat
to American freedoms and

Wsdnwday, October 7.1970, Th* Florida Alligator,

merit to their political right and
no dangers from their political
left.
The liberal left has raised its
collective voice and its
monotonous Ban the Outside
Agitator** theme reminds me of
the Florida legislature passing
bills to keep Communist
Agitators** off campus.
No liberal leftist to my
knowledge has come forth
supporting the right of Ky to be
heard at least before what he has
to say is dismissed.
In any event it doesn't matter
now. Ky bowed out.

democracy, or are you a Holy
Crusader sent by God to rid
American universities of free
thinkers and other radicals?
Forgive me if my own
rhetoric has been divisive; but I
am very mad at the moment.
Thank you for accepting my
wrath so graciously.
MACK TYNER ffl
Brvc* A/per
MR. EDITOR:
Hooray for Bruce Alper! He's
to be praised. His article Where
is Uhlfelder Going?'* was quite
perceptive, I believe. Alper put
into words everything I*ve been
thinking.
It is plainly clear Mr.
Uhlfelder is not representing me
as he consistently places himself
in opposition on every issue I
support. It is a peat shame that
I wasnt around last year to vote
against him. Perhaps he would
not be so bad if he were just
vociferous but he claims to
speak for the students, and I,
like Mr. Alper, wish to ask what
students?
Could it be that Steve
Uhlfelder believes he is the Spiro
Agnew of the college crowd?
After his comment that the
Student Senate acted like a can
of worms, I'd believe it.
DIANE HOLLINGSWORTH

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Mzcy plaid with accents of orange and camel in a unique 1
plaid offers a new twist to standard color combination for I
zingy appeal. Rita wears the belted vest over slacks and a I
turtle neck sweater. These and other coordinated pieces are I
available in Sears Junior Bazaar I
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

FOR SALE
*S^SSSB!
A FREE GUITAR LESSONI Mott
Bob Zuber, toacher, performer and
frland hare 3 years. Call 378*3538 for
your new look at guitar. (A*st*lo*p)
Tapes for sale Latest hits, Super Soul,
and Smash HRs all tapes 5.80 2 for
10.00 call Larry 378*5902 come by
1303A NW 6th St. (A-St-10-p)
Flamenco guitar, fernandez (madrld)
serious inqulrtes-in search of Martin
or Vega 12. Chuck Tasca 378*5824.
(A*st*9*p)
LEFT HANDED GOLF CLUBS,
Putter-9 iron, driver & 3 wood, steel
shank, bag & cart very good
condition $65 Windy 372*0598 95
(a*3t*ll*p)
Stereo am-fm receiver Kenwood
Solid State, 130 watt, T K 140 u and
Twofr Pioneer C S*BB Speakers total
only S2OO. 1225 SW Ist Ave. Apt.
No. 431 (a*st*ll*p)
BEAUTY REST MATTRESS SET
Fair-Traded Queen-Size $250 plus
tax. 2 wks old. Asking $225. No. 146
Camelot Apts. 6-10 p.m. 6-8988.
(a-st-11-p)
1968 YAMAHA 180 very clean elec
start xcellent shape $630 new but
will sell 4 $395 firm must c 2
appreciate. Call 373-2216 5-11 pm.
(A-st-12-p)
Buick gran sport 66 stick buckets
fm-am needs tires clean 995.00 Utah
musical Inst, speaker cabnets fine
walnut finish sell at cost 373-4240.
(A-st-12-p)
26" girls lightweight bike with
basket, horn, lock. $26 call Pamela
378-4017. (A-3M2-P)
Honda CLI7S luggage rack 1500
miles excellent condition S2OO
equity and take up payments. Call
Bob 372-2748. (A-st-12-p)
FOR SALE Honda S 90 good
condition, cheap transportation, see
to appreciate, S2OO or best offer
372-0079. (A-st-12-p)
125 cc 1969 Scooter made in Italy
225.00 also a 12" portable black and
white TV 50.00 Call Bruce Gordon
372-4830 after 5:30. (A-3t-12-p)
Stereo 8-track cartridges SAVE Have
2 of your albums recorded for below
the cost of 1 pre-recorded tape. 1-day
pick-up & deliver, high quality
equipment and reproduction. $5.95.
Save many $ 378-5916 4-8 PM.
(A-3t-8-p)
DON'T merely brlten your
carpets. .Blue Lustre
them.. .eliminate rapid resolllng.
Rent electric shampooer sl. Electric
upholstery shampooers also available.
Lowry Furniture Co. (A-tfc)
Bob cats, coons, skunks, ferrets,
squirrels, monkeys, parrots, hawks,
ducks, foxes, snakes, turtles, for sale,
trade or we will buy call 475-2546 or
475-2181 local. (A-10t-6-p)
HONDA 50cc motorcycle with
electric starter and 2 helments.. .In
great shape with only 900 miles, only
$135. Call 378-2498 after 6.
(A-3t-13-p)

T
Todays
more for your money meal
*moisons
CAFETERIA
I
WEDNESDAYS FEATURE*
| BOUNTIFUL BEEF STEW |
| I WITH 70 I p
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I WITH OQ> I
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LUNCH: 11 til 2 SUPPER:4:3O til 8 FREE PARKING
moisons
Lcrfeterir beyond comparison!
2620 N.W. 13th Street in the Gainesville Mall

FOR SA LIE
LEFT HANDED GOLF CLUBS,
Putter-9 iron, driver & 3 wood, steel
shank, bag A cart very good
condition $65 Windy 392-0596 9-5.
(A-3t-11-p)
Scuba Divers: Equipment, repairs,
hydro-testing, North Floridas largest
air station Merritt Enterprises 711
NW 16 Ave. (A-st-11-p)
Belalr port. 8-trk stereo tape plyr;
seldom used; perfect condition; SIOO
new, will sell for S6O; need $ to visit
Army husband; call 373-2627.
(A-3t-13-p)
STUDENT SPECIAL clean, adiust,
lubricate & Install New Ribbon on
your portable standard typewriter
then guarantee It for 30 days all for
JUST $14.50! Limited time only. JR
Office Furniture & Equip. Co., 620
S. Main St., Phone 376-1146.
(A-24t-13-c)
12 string EKO guitar, pearl enlay,
perfect condition and great sound.
Call 372-6946 after six. Price $125.
(A-st-13-p)
1966 Triumph TT-special 650 cc
(fast) $650 call 372-3975 after s:pm.
(A-lt-13-p)
1970 Honda CB 175 luggage rack,
crash bars very clean 5 mo old need
money see at 505 ne 3rd st. Asking
$550, Includes new tag. (A-st-13-p)
1970 Kawasaki 90cc 63ss Like new,
luggage rack, new tag, campus decal.
See at 505 ne 3rd st. Asking S3OO.
(A-st-13-p)
29.50-14 cheater slicks, made by
M/T, 7" tread, mounted, balanced,
xlnt cond., Also Offy 6-2 881.
manifold W/carbs. Call 373-3367.
(A-4t-13-p)
FOR RENT
Room for rent $ 15/week ask for
Lula Jones 376-5573. (B-2t-12-p)
1/Br ac Furn Apt available Oct. 15
Ph. 373-3074 after 5 p.m. M-F.
(b-3t-U-p)
Room for rent In 3 bedroom home
southeast section female only, call
rabble at 372-7387 can also arrange
for board. (B-3t-13-p)
WANTED
THE PLACE APTS. Female
roommate needed for townhouse apt.
S9O mo. Includes own bedroom and
utilities coma by n 0.317 or call
372-7303. (C-st-10-p)
Need psych 201 text basic
psychology Immediately. Call Wally
Coe at 376-0929 please! (C-4t-10-p)
1 Female roommate needed: own
room. $45 per month plus utilities.
Call 372-7694 after 3:00 pm.
(C-st-10-p)
Wanted male roommate for fall
quarter at French Quarter. Rent $45
plus your share of utilities. Call
378-2281 after 5 p.m. (c-3t-11-p)

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l. The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, October 7,1970

WANTED
Female roommate wanted for
quarters 11, 111, IV. Nice apt. Must
like pets. Call 376-2318, Mary or
Ann. (c-st-11-p)
Female roomate needed $55 mo. +
util. Plush La Bonne Vie no. 362 Call
373-1959 after 3:00 two bedroom
townhouse to share. (c-3t-11-p)
Math student needed desperately to
tutor senior high school student In
algebra and physics. Reasonable pay.
Please call Denise 376-6310 Pax.
(G-4t-12-p)
Male roommate, own bedroom, new
trailer, S2OO per quarter + Vt util. Call
Bill at 392-7508 between 8 and 9
pm. (C-st-13-p)
HELP WANTED
Cocktail waitress wanted: full or part
time, no experience, necessary. Will
train. Must be 21. Call after 5,
376-9175, ask for Mr. Thomas. Dubs
Steer Room, 4560 NW 13th St.
(E-30t-4-p)
No house to house. Part or full time.
Weekly Income S4O & up. Showing
make up techniques. Vlvlane
Woodard Cosmetics. Call Cindy
378-9879. (E-st-9-p)
WANTEDsTRANSMITTER
OPERATORS FOR WRUF AM AND
FM. MUST HAVE Ist- PHONE
LICENSE. CALL WRUF STUDIOS
AND ASK FOR ED SLIMAK
392-0771. (E-10t-7-p)
HAVE YOU BEEN THINKING
ABOUT LEARNING TO FLY?
We will teach you for
$2lO
Solo course in 69 Cessna 150
includes ground school, books &
10 hours of flight instruction.
$175
Solo course in Piper J-3, books,
ground school & 10 hours of flight
instruction.
FLYING HAWKS
STENGEL AERODROME 376-0011

SENIOR AND GREEK
PORTRAITS
FOR THE
1971 SEMINOLE
WILL BE TAKEN OCTOBER 6-23 IN ROOM 346 OF THE
J. WAYNE REITZ UNION, FROM 8:30-5 PM AND 6-9 PM.
BEGINNING OCTOBER 5,
SENIORS MAY CALL 392-6550 FOR APPOINTMENTS.
SENIORS ARE DIVIDED INTO TWO SHOOTING PERIODS:
OCTOBER 6-14
SENIORS WITH LAST NAME OF A-L
XO AXA-X$ ATP $22
AE$ AAA AXO AX A2s AOII
AEII A$E AAII AT KA
ATO ATA Ben AT K 2
OCTOBER 15-23
SENIORS WITH LAST NAME OF M-Z
$rA 2X SAO $M ns 2n
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ILA* i.iiw
.^^, W skt ex $Ke

help wanted
Need someone to do pants alterations
for a store 5-10 pairs a day 373-2800.
(E-st-9-p)

JUL l STEAK HOUSE k
FEATURING CHUCK WAGON STEAKS FROM 99c
OPEN 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM -7 Days Weekly
Westgate Shopping Center PHONE 378-3320

RIFF AT THE RAT
FRIDAY &
#v f- i SATURDAY
; :?; 9PM to lAM
J|
, 1 T
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An SGP Production

Guns Guns Guns
* Inventory over 450. Buy
XSell Trade,. Repair.
* Reloading supplies. Custom
Z reloading. Harry Beckwith, M
* gun dealer, Micanopy. _T
* 466-3340.



GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

MEDICAL TECHNICIAN OR
TECHNOLOGIST: Background In
histology. To ba trained In electron
microscopy. Excellent position for
part-time student or student spouse.
Term appointment 2V* years. Salary
$6,548-68,098 depending upon
qualifications. Equal Opportunity
employer. Write Chief, Personnel
Division, VA Hospital, Lake City,
Florida 32055. Unusual Part-time Job: Male Junior
or Senior, Work 12 hours per week.
$50.00 salary plus bonus. Average
SIOO.OO a week between now and
Christmas. See Mr. Ashley, Holiday
Inn-Downtown, Thursday, Oct. 8, at
12:00, or 1:30 P.M., Only.
(E-3t-13-p)
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help wanted
HELP WANTED I Local company
needs secretary immediately good
skills $ personality. Must be willing
to move to Tampa/Sarasota area
pw '* onnrt supervisor
372-5343. (E-st-13-p)
AUTOS
'-x-vv.T-vXvXrX^XvXvX-x-x-x-x-x-x '-x-vv.T-vXvXrX^XvXvX-x-x-x-x-x-x---67..£*Q8
--67..£*Q8 '-x-vv.T-vXvXrX^XvXvX-x-x-x-x-x-x---67..£*Q8 *ww In 68, clean, needs
muffler, will trade down, cycle, van,
etc. Has rebuilt trails. need cash,
asking $1150.00 Phone 378-3972
Pax. (Q-4t-12-p)
LARGEST STOCK of USED
PORTS in Nth. CENTRAL
FLORIDA! HARFREO AUTO
IMPORTS, 1946 N. Main 378-7085.
(G-tfc)
1970 Road Runner 383 Excellent
Condition 4spd Mags -Petty Blue
16000 Ml Must Sell $2300 Phone
378-1109 Ask for Lewis or Davis
(g-st-11-p)
69 Pontiac GTO Make offer
Campus Credit Union 1200 S.W, s*h
Ave. Mr. NeHtnger. (G-st-10-p)
Saab 67 V 4 white radio no defects
see at Pinna Performance Motors or
call 376-5012 evenings must sell
$895 (g-st-11-p)
Pontiac Tempest custom, 67, V-8,
air, AM-FM, new tires, excellent
condition, 1550, call after six
372-6946. (G-st-13-p)
PERSONAL
yxWx:*::::^
/he only place In town all set up for
Vou to be a star. Wednesday nlte Is-
Jam session-talent nlte at the Bench!
& Bar 9 pm. Sid & Bob, the sound
equipment, mikes, piano, drums are;
there. Come & sing along or take It
yourself. Don't be* shy. Rustic warm
& authentic city style place.
376-3303. (J-2t-12-p)
Maas Bros, is looking for a fashion
minded coed to complete Its 1970-71
college board. If you enjoy modeling
and would like to represent the
University as a Fashion Advisor, we
would like to meet you. Applications
are available In our personal
department. (J-tfc-11)
Coeds Facial Haur ramuvatf NfIMP
fast low cost gentle Hi* flif&
Bilal
miiIHpVQ uwyw fvucirufOfm Ivc 9mw+
2nd Am can 372-6639 Her app&
(J-32M37-P)
When nothing works LEATHER?
WORKS! For custom pants, Jsclcsbr?
sandals, moccasslns, bags, belts. 16
NW 13th St. Home Made Goodnesl
and Mercy. (J-10t-63-p)
ii am"- gi'-i? e: wi.iiaei i
SINGLE STUDENTSi Meet more
members of the opposite sex through
NOS. All dates In Gainesville. Most
dates with U.F. students. For free
details write: Nationwide Dating
Service, P.O. Box 77346, Atlanta,
GA 30309. (J-10t-13-p)
Keith (Horace), he grew the most
beautiful rosesl How about 100
chicks on 2nd north? Love, harvey
wallbanger and duard farguard!
(J-3t-13-p)
Carlos my happiness Is growing here
at Florida all because youre here
and weve got each other. I love you
whole bunches Mary. (J-lt-13-p)
JILL S., 'Went by to get you Sat but
your mother ran out from the porch
& bit me. Once a dorm b-tch always a
dorm b-tch. David. (J-lt-13-p)

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A FREE GUITAR LESSONI Meat
Bob Zuber, teacher, performer and
friend here 3 years. Call 378-3538 for
your new look at guitar. (J-st-10-p)
NEED MONEY Individuals,
organizations, dubs Sell leather key
chains, etc. over 100% profit Ca*
373-3988. (J-st-10-p)
. . -v
Looking for personallzad service too
the best values In stereo components?
Student owned and operated;
ALTMAN STEREO has both. 807 W.
University Ave. (J-7t-9-p)
- i.
NEVER have you seen such $'
beautiful and complete sporting
goods store. Treat yourself to a visit
now. B&B SPORTS CENTER, 5320
NW 13th ST. 978-1461 (J-st-11-c)
Why has our poetry eschewed the
rapture and response of food?
Untermeyer. New Delhi Delicatessen
706 W. University Avenue.
(J-lt-13-p)
STEVE: You cant accuse the
administration of not listening If
YOU refuse to talk to themll Fight
llloglc: VOTE for MRS- (J-lt-13-p)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Betsy Today Is;
Betsys Birthday etc etc etc etc etc
etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc
etc etc etc. (J-lt-13-p)
THETA CHIS: Congradulatlons on a
great pledge classl Welcome back and
best of luck this year. Keep up the
good work. Love, Cathey. J-lt-13-p)
WANTED: Back Issues of PLABOY
before 1961. Will buy or trade. Call
Vince at 376-9473 after 6:00 pm.
(J-St-13-p)
The College Class of First Methodist
Church Is sponsoring a bus to take
Interested students to help
Gainesville Neighborhood
Development Incorporated. We will
leave from the Union clrde at 9:00
Sat morning and work untM 12:00.
Help us help others. For more Info
Call Ken. 372-5992. (J-lt-13-p)
I need to talk to a former peace corp
volunteer. Just a few minutes for
my own curious!ty. Please call Sally
378-8343 after 5 pm. (J-st-13-p)
Desperate lover needs to talk to
boyfriend. Anyone having ham radio
set I can use call Cindy at 392-9756.
(J-lt-13-p)
FREE KITTENS Get them while
theyre cute. Call 373-3862 or come
out to 3224 N.w, 13th St. (Bocklers
trailer Ct) lot 14. (J-3t-13-p)
HEY SKINNY KID! Keep the sand
out of your face. 250+welght set. 3
heavy bars & dumbell. Newly married
drum major no longer needs
372-6749. (J-lt-13-p)
v:;:;:;X;::X:::X:X:X;::X::;X:i:%y;i>;X>iyx:;
LOST & FOUND
Found: Key. Lost In room 129 Tigert
Hall. Phone 392-1261. (l-2t-11-nc)
FOUND: A wristwatch near union
pond.. Diver's watch with plastic band
Call Gale Helnzen, 392-8838.
(L-3t-13-p)
LOST: beige drawstring purse
between Little Hall and Art Gallery
on 10-1-70. Need.JLD's- Call Janet
392-6503 anytime. (L-3M2-P)
LOST: *1 brown mans wallet. If
found leave meg for Richard Johnson
at 392-0931. Call to action-October
31 Anti-war moratorium. (L-2t-13-p)

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Gray mala cat lost toy Towns. Pti
392-7552. (l-lt-13-p)
issmmsgsssmmimm.
WO. SERVICE AM- IMPORT*.
Factory trained mechanics.
HARFREO AUTO IMPORTS. 506 E.
UnlV. 372-4373. (M-tfc)
MS^7?!rs£!^KHy*y*S&
AQSher Rood,' hot tune*, 'wmMm
iumhsMi rates. (M-iot-*-p)
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pwi wtw fyour own
teUNIVERSITY OPTICIAN*2**I%
9654th Awe, aereai from OreyheMh#
JOwStetian. 376-44*0.
Stereo tape club formlnil Get sRt
other students to Increase your sMCOo
pips library 8-track, reel te real or
mnli hell 11 nnsl AeG
chmuo t n sock ponom con. vip
Jay, 376-95*3, between 5 and PM
for details. (M-st-*-p)
Del-Ray Typlno Servteei Manus psM Is.
%nW| .(WFfi PdPFS| Wlldiei
dictaphone typing, light stene, gib.
ITHtM, 9-5- (M-JOt^g-pl
SAVE **s Get yoqr HONDA
serviced AT THE CYCLE WORKS
major & minor repairs cost less open
3 til 8 pm 1220 S. Main St.
(M-3t-8-p)

GET THAT FOOTBALL
ACTION ON FILM
WITH A LONG
LENS FOR YOUR
CAMERA FROM
ROMO CAMERA SHOP
A A 1232 WEST
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Page 12

New Ecology Medallions
Made By Leather Shop

Balance of Nature medallions
will be produced for
ecology-minded students.
Hal Barcey, director of the
National Balance Fund
Foundation, announced Tuesday
that a Gainesville leather shop
will be producing the medallions
for national distribution.
DAMIANS, ON University
Ave., will get the contract for
production of the medallions,
Barcey said.
Damians will supply for $l3O

Concession To Get Competition

By DAVE MANKIN
A liit or Writer
A student-owned Coke
concession stand at Florida
Field, trying to undersell the
existing one sanctioned by the
Florida Athletic Association, is
in the planning stage.
The enterprise is the
brainchild of Murphree Area
President Bob Goodstein.
GOODSTEIN MAINTAINS
an office at Yon Hall in Florida
Field. Goodstein hopes to sell
Coke for less than 25 cents a cup
the price asked by the
official concession stands, just
a few yards away.
According to Goodstein, the
venture would benefit not only
Murphree Area residents but
other students who feel they
arent being properly served by
the Athletic Associations
soft-drink concessions.
Goodstein said he is attempting
to gain the support of Interhall
Council in making this a joint
enterprise.
Sue Jacobs, Interhall Council
president, spoke with Goodstein
and discussed the matter at
Monday nights Council meeting.
ARRANGEMENTS ARE
currently being made with the
local soft-drink suppliers, and
should Goodstein get the green
light from all concerned, he
anticipates opening for business
in time for the UF-Richmond
game at Florida Field on Oct.
17.
ORDER
EARLY
SAVE 15%
Stop in and see
Personalized
i Christmas Cards by
SUST*RpiECr
cT\_/ j Top quality, distinctive
design, budget-priced
and luxury-class cards
(and everything in
between)...
OTHERS BY
THE AMERICAN
ARTIST GROUP,
HALLMARK,
AND OTHERS
rHFSNUTS
106 W. University
& AT THE MALL

mm ii mi ii mmii, %
Sr
BALANCE Os NATURE
... medallions soon
and we will sell them for $2. The
profit will be donated to
national conservation and

Michael L. Bryant of the
Legal Aid and Defender Clinic
said Thursday the Athletic
Association has exclusive control
over concessions in the area of
Florida Field. It shouldnt be a
mystery that theyre going to
have a hassle, Bryant said.
UF Athletic Association
concessions manager,
W. D. Squires said, He
(Goodstein) will do it until the
police catch him then hell sit
out the rest of the game in the
police station.
HOWEVER, AT A Saturday

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*
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ecology groups, and some will be sci
used for educating people in
ecology.
S
The medallion is patterned
after the national symbol for the A
Balance of Nature, designed by
Barcey in 1969.
Were going to have other
projects this year with Damians
producing bookmarks and
pocket patches with the
symbol, Barcey said.
Students may order the
medallions from Damians.

meeting with Ray Gtaves,
Goodstein received the
cooperation of the Athletic
Association. Graves explained
that Squires was just taken by
surprise when he made the
diparaging statement.
Negotiations are now under way
between Goodstein and the
concessions manager.
Goodstein also received
Housing Division approval of his
plan after conferring with
Director of Housing H. C. Riker
Saturday.

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The
Florida
Alligator

Shuler Blank On Locker Room Theft

By CHUCK KELLER
Alligator Sports Writer
No leads have materialized in
the search for the thief or
thieves who pilfered the visiting
North Carolina State football
locker room Saturday,
University Police Department
Chief Audie Shuler reported
Tuesday.
We have no leads
whatsoever, said Shuler of the
haul that netted two wedding
bands, two watches, a class ring
and $824 in cash. The items
were reportedly lifted late in the
game, which further irritated the
Wolfpack with a 14-6 loss. With
the report of a non-productive
investigation, Athletic Director
Ray Graves said security changes
for both the home and visitor
locker rooms would be initiated
for the next home game with
Richmond.
WE WILL have definite
assignments to the locker rooms
in the future, said Graves, who
prematurely estimated that three
security guards would be
provided by the Association at
each locker room.
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RidvJCelleyJletiim After Injuries

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UF's Gators, trying to get its
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Fullback Mike Rich, who
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out with a shoulder injury since
the Alabama game two weeks
ago, will be in today's last
contact workout before the
game, head coach Doug Dickey
said after yesterday's two-hour
session.
CARLOS ALVAREZ sat out
his second day in a row
yesterday, because of that
slow-healing knee that he injured
: trying out forthe track team last
spring.
We have to judge Carlos
condition on a day-to-day basis
now," Dickey said, adding that
he, too, would be at full speed
today.
Dickey also said that Alvarez
would still cover on Florida
punts, if he was the wide
receiver in when Florida was to
punt.
ALVAREZ WAS momentarily
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Dickey said. They have more
speed than Alabama did and
they react extremely well.
The Seminoles may also give
Dickey some headaches
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I dont know what to expect
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Theyve had a week off and
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IN UF-NC STATE ACTION
Ram Scout Watches For Prospects

By MARTY PERLMUTTER
Alligator Sports Writer
A professional football scout
assigned to a college game will
sit quietly minding his own
business at the game, checking
each player he thinks has the
potential to make it in the pros.
This was the case Saturday at
Plorida Field as two pro scouts,
one for the Los Angeles Rams
and the other from the
Washington Redskins were on
hand for the Gator victory.
Most of the time, they will
not state their name to
reporters, for fear of either
hurting their chances in sneaking
into practice sessions, or they
don't want the publicity. The
man from Los Angeles fit both
categories.
THE SCOUT began the
conversation by asking if John
Reaves and Carlos Alvarez were
friends, as it seemed they didn't
talk to each other during the
game.
*1 would think so," the
reporter in question answered.
They went to school all
summer and at the
same place night, so 1
think they get along."
After that opening
introduction, the reporter asked
how he thought Florida looked
this year compared to last
"Reaves is throwing easier this
year, but he isn't as consistent,"
the scout said. "One major
problem for your team (UF) is
the patterns they are running.
"WITH CARLOS Alvarez and
Willie Jackson running around,
the team should be able to get
different patterns to fit the
speed the two of them possess,"
he said.
The scout continued by
saying he thought Reaves should
fake more to the opposite side
of the field before turning to
throw.
"If he did this, he would be
able to free his receivers.
"Listen, if the teams are going
to double team Alvarez like
theyVe been doing, the other
receivers should be open all
day."
THE RAM SCOUT hails from
Los Angeles, his hometown, and
where he played football for
UCLA before going into
scouting.
"How does it feel to get away
from the smog and haze in Los
Angeles?" the reporter asked
him.
"The air is great to breathe in
Florida, but the humidity is so
great that whenever I get out of
my hotel room and step into the
fresh air, my glasses fog up, so it
sort of makes me feel at home,
not being able to see anything,"
the scout said.
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Reaves Witnesses A New Experience

By JEFF KLINKENBERG
Alligator Associate Editor
Last fall John Reaves was the.
toast of the University of
Florida. He was idolized by
students, university admirers,
and boys playing sandlot
football
Reaves is the quarterback of
the football team. Last season,
when he was a sophomore, he
was recognized anywhere on
campus. Coeds oohed andaahed
when he walked by.
The handsome 6-foot-3 young
man from Tampa was the big
man in the city. I really enjoy
the recognition, he said once
last year, while he and
All-America flanker Carlos
Alvarez were in the process of
leading the Gators to a 9-1-1
record. Sometimes it gets
embarrassing but 1 love it amd
would miss it if I didnt
have it.
THAT IS why Reaves found it
so difficult to understand what
happened to him last Saturday
afternoon at Florida Field.
He was booed, loudly and
often, in Floridas 14-6 victory
over North Carolina State by the
very people who used to
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this season, he has thrown for
three scores.
Saturday he completed 21
passes in 52 tries. His trademark
accuracy, Reaves underthrew
receivers and he overthrew them.
Florida was once even hit with
an intentional grounding penalty
when a Reaves pass was
completed to a spectator sitting
in the first row of the stands. It
was an off* day.
IN THE DRESSING room
Reaves smiled sheepishly and
asked, Did you hear my friends
up there? he meant the student
section. They sure forget fast,
dont they?
The worst moment of Reaves
life, he once said, took place on
a cold November day in 1969 in
Auburn, Ala. when Florida lost
its first game of the season, after
six straight victories. In the
38-12 loss, Reaves was
intercepted nine times for a
national record.
But Saturday he was playing
in front of what he thought to
be a friendly crowd, which like
Reaves, cannot understand what
has happened. Florida won nine
times last year and its strength
was a spectacular offense. The
first pass Reaves threw went for
a 70 yard touchdown to Alvarez.
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touchdowns in two different
games. He was only a sophomore
but people were talking about
his senior year when he would
win the Heisman Trophy. He led
the nation in passing and threw
for 24 touchdowns.
THE SAME offensive punch
has not shown itself in the
Gators first four games this fall.
People blame the quarterback.
Doug Dickey, unlike Ray
Graves last season, calls all
offensive plays, via offensive
coordinator Jimmy Dunn who
sits in the press box. Reaves has
the option of checking off.
When Reaves didnt throw on
the Gators first couple of
offensive series Saturday, fans
were wondering why Coach
Doug Dickey, who calls the
offensive plays was not letting
the nations leading passer last
fall do what he does best.
Impatient, fans jeered Dickey.
They booed Reaves.
FANS ARE expecting
bombs on every play, said
tailback Tommy Durrance.
They want the same
excitement we gave them last
year. But they dont realize that
other teams arent gonna give us
that big play anymore.
Other teams know what we
can do now, Durrance said.
Theyre making us work harder
for our points.
Reaves wore a grim smile in
the dressing room, the same
smile he wears whether Florida
wins or loses. He even joked
about Durrances touchdown
pass, saying the fan pressure
got to coach Dickey.
But safety Jack Bums was
told by a friend of Reaves to
cheer John up.
HES REALLY feeling
down, the friend said.
Carlos Alvarez was angry.
Gator fans are great, the
pre-law, political science major
said. But I cant respect the
ones who booed John Reaves.
Alvarez dressed quickly, his
older brother Arthur waiting for
him. John has given the fans
more thrills than anyone else
who has ever played here, said
Alvarez, who has had his own
problems this fall with a bum
knee.
And Alvarez was not smiling
in the locker room. I would
rather the fans boo me than
John, he snapped.
Now dressed, Reaves prepared
to leave and greet the crowd,

waiting like vultures outside the
locker room, Sure, the boos
hurt my feelings, he said But I
would have been booing with
them on some of those passes.
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On this day, however, Doug
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fan. Fans booing is part of
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cheer and fans will boo.
But Reaves cannot shrug it
off. Re camjot understand it.