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53 Arrested In
USF Disturbance

By MIKE CAHLIN
Alligator Writer
Fifty-three persons were
arrested, on charges of
trespassing and disturbing the
peace, early Saturday morning in
a student-police confrontation at
the University of South Florida
(USF).
The student confrontation
began when York Harris, of the
Student Mobilization Committee
(SMC) and\ sponsor of the
officially approved evening
activities, attempted to persuade
Chris Clifford, leader of the
Youth International Party
(Yippies), to ask remaining
students to leave quietly and
avoid confronting the police
who were coming to enforce a 2
a.m. court injunction.
SERIES OF EVENTS that
preceeded Saturday mornings
events were:
Wednesday: SMC planned
an anti-war rally with early
evening activities that included
music, speakers and a candlelight
march around USF.
The Yippies, supposedly at
the request of the SMC, also

JMBA Skits:
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By LEE HINNANT
Alligator Staff Writer
and
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Format Alligator Editor-In-Chief
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Political leaders who were there laughed and tried to enjoy it, but
those who stayed away may have felt they made the wiser choice.
THE OCCASION Saturday morning on the north lawn of the Reitz
Union was the John Marshall Bar Association's annual lampoon at the
expense of state and national political figures.
Some 3,000 persons were there under overcast skies for the
presentation by JMBA, a law school student governing association.
STATE SENATOR Reubin Askew, Democratic candidate for
governor, maintained a wide grin as the law students unleashed their
humorous venom on Republican figures, then zeroed their attack on
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Among numerous political wind up" dolls presented, the students
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and it resurrects itself.
The doll routine, one of the crowds favorite, also included:
The Claude Kirk doll: Wind him up and he makes a big horses ass
of himself.
tSEE 'SKITS' PAGE 6)

planned to put on a mini pop
festival on Creascent Hill, with
free music and food, with the
idea to bring people together.
The trouble started, a
Yippie said, when an unknown
group called the Free City Music
Company printed leaflets
advertising a festival of life,
with eight bands playing all
through Friday and Saturday
night.
SMC members got upset over
this cultural event during their
political movement.
Thursday: The USF
administration printed leaflets
stating the Free City Music
Company did not exist and got
two court injunctions.
The first prohibited Ed
Deaton, Fred Higgon, both staff
writers of The Eye Os The
Beast, a USF underground
paper, and Chris Clifford, not to
start a rally after 2 a.m.,
Saturday morning.
The other was a general court
injunction stating anyone found
in the area of the football field
after 2 a.m. would be subject to
(SEE 'RIOT' PAGE 3)

This year's Gator Growl featured the perennial
match trick, but also this year's new 1970
Homecoming Sweetheart, Maria Junquera, crowned
during the Growl festivities. Here Miss Junquera

The
Florida Alligator

Vol. 63, No. 31 University of Florida, Gainesville Monday, November 2, 1970

AT ODK BREAKFAST
*
Black Mayor Speaks

By RANDY BELLOWS
Alligator Staff Writer
If one word could sum up
the most general fact about
everything that exists, that one
word would be change. This is
the most general description of
the black community, still
undergoing profound change. It
is this change that has
transformed the Black struggle
from a snowball into an
avalanche.
These were the words of
Mayor Richard Hatcher, of
Gary, Ind., at the ODK and
American Association oi
University Professor?
Homecoming Breakfast Saturda)
morning at the Flagler Inn.
Mayor Perry McGriff oi
Gainesville introduced Hatche:
to the approximately 25C
persons and also presented him
with the keys to the city.
HATCHER, THE FIRST
black mayor of Gary and also
the first black man ever to speak
at a UF Homecoming function,
dealt with black power, race
relations, Negro history, and
what he termed the triad of
political, economic and cultural
life, the black's only means to
equality.
Hatcher called our cities
caldrons of racism and beds of
pollution. Much of America is
inert, mesmerized, and endlessly
absorbing televisions tasteless
diet, while stuffing its stomach
with California table grapes.
Calling marijuana "a
substitute for discipline, and
saying thought is being
replaced by rhetoric, Hatcher
went on to describe both the
best and worst of times. His
- speech envisioned the

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intricate parts of the black's
vocabulary, his life has been of
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keeps up the hope during the game itself as she
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restoration of law and
order ... and the initiation of
quickly conceived crash
programs in employment,
(SEE 'HATCHER' PAGE 4)
SKIT WINNERS and
float competition
winners were announced
Sunday page 2
Campus Crier 12
Classifieds 10
Editorials 8
Letters 9
Movies 10
Sports 13
Whats Happening 7



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Hard Work Pays Off For UFers

By CARLOS J. LICEA
Alligator Staff Writer
Winners of awards in the parade competition were announced
Sunday by Mark Grayson, parade chairman.
Delta Phi Epsilon and Delta Chi won first place overall in the
competition, with Building Construction placing second.
IN THE FLOAT competition, fraternity division, Phi Delta
Theta won first place; Lamda Chi Alpha and Chi Phi won
second and third place respectively.
In the sorority division, Chi Omega won first place, with
Alpha Delta Pi and Kappa Alpha Theta following.
The all-campus division, was won by the Building
Construction float.
IN THE COMBINED division for fraternities and sororities,
Delta Chi fraternity and Delta Phi Epsilon shared first place
honors.
The Theta Chi-Alpha Omega Pi float placed second, and the
Kappa Alpha-Kappa Delta float placed third.
The winners came from a field of more than 30 floats built
for the occasion by UF fraternities, sororities, and other
independent organizations.
OTHER AWARDS went to Kappa Delta sorority for humor;
and Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, in the clown division.
Grayson said the parade was only marred by a delay caused
by a train, and a pizza truck blocking the road near the drill
field.
It was also reported that a Tampa high school band bus was
robbed during the parade.
BUT THE PARADE was a great success, Grayson said.
Everything came up the way we wanted.
In Gator Growl competition, Delta Gamma and Delta Tau
Delta won first place for their skit, Trial of America, it was
announced at the game Saturday.
Other skits entered in the competition were America, Love
It or Leave It, by Pi Lamda Phi; The Odd Couple, by Phi Mu
and Delta Chi; and Port-O-John, by Chi Phi and Sigma Kappa.

A satirical image of Senate-hopeful Bill Cramer,
decked out in the American flag for Gator Growl;
crowd-pleaser, Beverly Hillbilly, Growl emcee
Buddy Ebsen at the parade; and Captain America
asking the black man What has the American way

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to get a message across. There is no way to measure
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weekend in Gainesville.



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arrest for contempt of court.
Friday: The stage was built
by SMC members on the
football field. They also tried to
stop the court injunctions but
failed.
8 pjn. Activities began, bands
played until 10 p.m., when the
candlelight march started and
ended at 11 p.m. Speeches
started and ended at midnight.
Officially all SMC activities
were now ended. Bands started
at 1 ajn. and left. Members of
the Free City Music Company
and others spoke to the crowd
and rumors of police hiding in
bushes were circulated.
At 2:45 ajn., Jack Prehl, head
of the campus security police
said all people had to leave
because they were in violation of
a court injunction.
At 3:05 ajn., more than an
hour after the football field was
to be cleared, the police tactical
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hid in nearby dorms and were
chased by the police. There were
small outbreaks of violence,
though one Moletov cocktail was
thrown at a police car, but
missed.
After everything had quieted
down, 53 persons including one
USF professor had been arrested
and charged with trespassing for
non-USF students or disturbing
the peace for USF students.
THOSE WHO werent
looking for trouble left at the
end of the rally and participated
in the downtown program hours
later," Beard said. The
others stayed and were either
arrested or got away as we
moved in.
Beard also said he expects
new charges resulting from
violations of Saturday's trouble.
A conference called between
EJ. Salcines, county solicitor,
will determine Monday if further
charges will brought on those 53
persons still in jail.
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Halloween Celebrated At Plaza

By JANET OLES
Alligator Writer
Halloween is a big event to
hippies, expounded
Vice-President Agnew at a recent
fund-raising dinner. It's the one
day they look normal. I can
understand people like that
dressing up, he continued, or
should I say dressing down.
Agnew may have been
referring to scenes like the one
at the Plaza of the Americas on
Halloween night. From midnight
until 4 am., Power and RGF
pounded out electric music
while about 1,000 people
decked in macabre costumes
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music.
THE MAD HATTER, a
silver-painted lady, Moses, a
Lebanon finger and several
Uncle Sams could be seen on the
plaza taking in fireworks, music
and free food.
Mother Earth, a health food
shop; The Candle People, a
non-profit free food
organization and the Hogtown
Co-op all provided free good goodnatured
natured goodnatured treats for the
plaza-packed crowd.
The Methodist Church also
had a hand in the masquerade
ball by donating pots and pans
for the wholesome feast of rice,
oatmeal, and healthy cookies.
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the ball featured Power and
RGF, both local groups
commissioned by a UF student
who goes by the name of Crazy
Jack.
The Krishna light show
backed up both groups while
costume-clad people
intermittedly jumped on stage to
interject comments. Cold
weather, however, and frequent
losses of electricity slowed down
portions of the program.
This is a first for Hogtown,
but it is only a start. We want
people to realize everything they
want and everything they need
they can have absolutely free,
summed up Bartholomew
Numbers, one of the heads of
the Candle People Organization.

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Page 4

I, Tka Rank AKgrtor, Monday, Novembar 2, 1970

Peace Marches In Parade

(EHTOrS NOTE: Alligator
cokant Reg Crowder walked
tke panic mate with die peace
9f-)
By REG CROWDER
ACpMrStsff Writer
, Far the second year Friday
the antiwar movement at UF
carried Us mrmgr to the public
at the Homecoming parade.
ABOUT 100 PEOPLE
marched nailer the banner of the
Veterans for Peace, who
ob tamed the permit for the
peace coalition.
Along with the other
marching units they didn't
really march, they walked the
group gathered. It was a
somewhat incongruous
assembly, bounded on one side
by the litnrie High School
marching band and on the other
by shiny ccmutiMti readied to
cany dignitaries.
It was hot Bags of ice were
passed around.
Several antiwar marchers
joined the group as it started to
enter the parade line-up. Where
are the horses!? cracked one
fellow.
LYNN EDELMAN, president
of the Florida Student
Movement was up front near the
Veterans for Peace banner. Ive
had two bomb threats and a
personal threat an my life, she
said. *Tm not staying in my
house tins weekend. The
Sheriffs Department advised me
not to stay there.
Just then we passed an
enthusiastic group of little
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Hatcher dealt at length with
black power in American
society.- He termed it the
replacement of yesterdays call
for Freedom Now. The
advocates of black power, he
continued, hafl it as the only
viable option for blacks to take a
dominant rale in determining
the black-white relationship in
American society.
HE CONSIDERED this
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Theyre shooting peace
signs, said Miss Edelman, a bit
more cheerfully.
THEN THE CHANTING as
the crowd got thicker.
What do we want? Peace.
When do we want it? Now.
Peace. Now. Peace ...
A marcher yelled back to
some reply from the crowd,
Remember what (Student
Body President Steve) Uhlfelder
said about a relevant
Homecoming.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR of
philosophy Kenneth Megill was
in the parade by then.
He agreed he isnt the star
radical he used to be since the
Robert Canney dismissal.

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Thats all right, he said.
There will be more, said
Megill, without explanation.
HE CHANGED the subject
quickly to the parade. What I
hate is the walk back.
There was a new chant by
then. 1-2-3-4. Tricky Dicky
stop the war.
A handful of the guys in the
peace group wore a sort of
mock Superman outfit. They
had dyed long underwear
different colors and wore capes
to resemble the comic book
figure. They conducted
maneuvers in formation,
something like the Shriners do
on motorcycles, and did estatic

dances to the Titusville High
School bands music.
ONE BEARDED, long-haired
marcher offered a pamphlet to a
lady on the sidewalk. No, no, I
dont want it, she said. After a
few seconds she took it to make
him go away.
It was a campaign pamphlet
for Congressman Bill Cramer.
Can you imagine what is
going through her mind,
laughed the marcher.

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SEIU Agent: Kirks Position Illegal

By BECKY LLOYD
Alligator Writer
Dave Smith, business agent of
the Service Employees
International Union, AFL-CIO
Local No. 626, feels that state
officials have made him the issue
in rejecting the unions efforts to
represent non-academic
employees at UF.
The real issue is the union
and Gov. Kirks position is
illegal, Smith said.
SMITH AND VAL COX,
international representative of
the SEIU, requested the
governors cooperation in calling
for a secret ballot of
university employees to
determine if they want to be
represented by the union.
Article One, Section Six of

Kappa Sigma House
Damaged By Fire

The Kappa Sigma fraternity
house was plagued early
Saturday morning with fire,
erupting in an east wing
bedroom.
THE GAINESVILLE City
Fire Department had five trucks
on hand at 6 a.m. to contain the
fire mostly in the east wing of
the house. Damage was
estimated by the Fire
Department at $30,000.
The nature and origin of the
fire is unknown, but the Fire
Department is investigating the
possibility of arson.
Troubled by finances last
spring, the KS house was
officially closed by its National
Chapter this fall. Former KS

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Florida states in part, The right
of employees, by-and-through a
labor organization, to bargin
collectively shall not be denied
or abridged, public employees
shall not have the right to
strike, according to Smith.
Samuel Tucker, state
secretary of administration, in a
reply to Smith stated,
Government employees in
Florida have traditionally
enjoyed a harmonious and
mutually beneficial relationship
with their employer, the people
of the State of Florida. These
career employees have
consistently found that they do
not need the expensive services
of union bosses and professional
organizers to be heard.

President Rick Miller, however,
charged the real reason for the
closing was that the local
chapter trie! to pledge black
students.
IT LOOKED LIKE the fire
started in the attic possibly of
an electrical nature, Miller said.
Id guess the damage was
between $ 10-20,000.
There were about twenty
students in the house when the
fire broke out, but according to
Miller no one was in the room
where it started. Those
students were planning to move
out anyway, MiFer said.
All the students were safely
evacuated from the house.

THE STATE OF FLORIDA
will not tolerate those who seek
to disrupt the orderly processes
of the peoples business.
The Governor and I are fully
aware of your activities on
behalf of the Students for a
Democratic Society and other
militant groups. The clear
indication that you would use
these employees as pawns to
divide and disrupt is enforced by
your despicable use of phrases
from the Florida Constitution as
veiled threats.
Smith says the attack on him
is an attempt to cloud the issue
on Kirks part.
THE ISSUE 'IS whether or
not state employees have a right
to unionize, Smith said. I am
not now, nor have I ever been a
member of, or organizer for the
SDS. The only organization to
which I belong is the SEIU,
AFL-CIO.
Bill Gibson, director of
information for the State
Department of Administration,
said the governor came across
the information from sources
considered reliable.
The main theme of the letter
sent to Smith was that there is
no need for an organization of

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I, Tho Florida Alligator, Monday, Novombor 2, 1970

SKITS ...
PAGE OWE^
THE RICHARD NIXON DOLL: Wind him up and he makes one
thing perfectly clear.
The Lawton Chiles doll: .. he walks 1,000 miles, doesnt say a
damn thing, and gets the worst case of athletes foot in the state.
The Barry Goldwater doll: Wind him up and he goes backward
and to the right.
THE TED KENNEDY DOLL: Wind him up and he loses 18
hours.
Comments of students portraying the wives of political leaders was
another popular routine:
Mrs. Nixon said, Frankly, I still think the mans a loser.
<
MRS. G. HAROLD CARSWELL asked, Do you think its easy,
living with a mediocrity.
Then Mrs. Stephen C. OConnell introduced herself: Hi, Im
Mrs. Stephen C. OConnell... Hi, Im Mrs. Stephen C.
OConnell... Hi, Im Mrs. Stephen C. OConnell... God, does that
get old!
One-liners took their toll on other figures. A seemingly pregnant
girl walked to the microphones to ask: Bill Cramer ... Who else?
NARRATOR BARRY DIAMOND, skit chairman, introduced the
cast of characters, including: Claude (Im still a fraud) Kirk, and
Skippy Bim Bam Bafalis, otherwise known as Baffled and
Befuddled Bafalis.
The Where Are They Now? selection featured G. Harold
Carswell, who is now driving a mediocre little school bus in Manatee
County.
A student representing UJS. Senator Spessard Holland appeared on
stage complaining, Goddamn, Im old. The student Holland bent
over to show the crowd large black DuPont letters on the rear of his
pants.
LATER, KIRK/ APPEARED on stage with Cramer to argue
over possession of a model yellow school bus which Cramer held
under his arm. Theres room enough in this bus for both of us,
Cramer said.
Students representing Cramer and Vice President Spiro T. Agnew
appeared wearing the hard hats of the construction woikers.
Republican UJS. Senate candidate Cramer has recently taken to
wearing a hard hat in his campaign.
Diamond concluded the program with a barb at UF President
OConnell. After OConnell had denied he was using the UF
presidency as a springboard to high political office, the narrator said,
he (Diamond) had told OConnell, You can count on our support in
your senate race in 1974 against Ed Gumey. O'Connell said, Thank
you, he would appreciate that.
THEN THE MODERATOR yelled, Did I leave anything out,
President O'Connell? OConnell rose from the crowd to reply, No,
you told it just like it was, and the crowd roared.
Political figures present for their own roasting included Askew;
Holland; U.S. Rep. Charles E. Bennet; Rep. Claude Pepper; former
governor Farris Bryant; Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle
Conner; state attorney general candidates Bob Shevin, Democrat, and
Tom Rumberger, Republican; and State Senator Elmer Friday.
The program began seriously enough- Alumni Association President
James L. Ade presented Honorary Alumni Awards to Dr. Jere W.
Annis, chairman of the Medical Advisory Committee to UF,Mrs. Opal
Graves, wife of UF Athletic Director Ray Graves; Congressman
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FLYING ANGELS:
Independents and greeks are
invited to Angel Flight Rush
Nov. 9 in Reitz Union rooms
122 and 123. Freshmen should
be there from 7 to 7:45 p.m.
and sophomores and juniors
from 8 to 8:45 p.m.
VERSATILITY PLUS: A Man
for All Seasons will be
presented by the Florida Players
in the Constans Theatre Nov. 9,
10, 11, 12, 13, and 14. Curtain
time is 8:30 p.m. The box office
will open today with tickets
selling for $1.50 general
admission, 75 cents for UF
students and $1 for all other
students.
BLACK PRESENTS: The Union

Police Considering
Bike Crackdown

The University Police
Department is threatening a
crackdown on law-breaking
bicyclists.
THE WARNING came from
the UF police department due to
numerous students who have
been ignoring one-way signs,
stop signs, traffic lights and no
parking signs.
Another area of concern is the
operation of bicycles on campus
sidewalks. Section 7-26 of the
Gainesville Code states No
person shall operate a bicycle
upon the sidewalks of the city.
Lt. V. K. Holliman explained,

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will present To Be Young,
Gifted and Black, a play on
what it means to be young,
gifted and black today. Tickets
are available at the Union Box
Office. They are $2.50 and
$1.50 for UF students, $3.50
and $2.50 general admission.
CIVIES MEET AGAIN:
Collegiate Civitan will meet
Tuesday at 7 p.m. in room 363
Reitz Union.
LIPSCHITZ LECTURES: Rabbi
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, of Beth
Torah Congregation, North
Miami Beach will be at UF Nov.
9 and 10 for conferences at the
Hillel Foundation with members
and friends of his congregation.

The sidewalks are just too
narrow. Someday someone is
going to get hurt.
A POLICE spokesman went
on to say that if conditions do
not improve campus police will
begin to issue citations.
The Alligator polled several
bicyclists as to their reaction to
the UPD warning One student
complained that, Its just too
dangerous to drive in the road
anymore. There are too many
cars speeding by, and we just
have to ride on the sidewalks.
Students, though, invariably did
not give any reason or excuse for
disregarding traffic regulations.

Anyone who would like to join
him for dinner Nov. 9, call the
Foundation at 372-2990 for
reservations.
MUSIC THAT TOUCHES THE
SOUL: Zuber and Company,
a program of musical
involvement, will be presented
Nov. 5 at 8 p.m. in the Santa Fe
Junior College auditorium, 1001
SE 12 St. The program is
presented by the Center of Man.
Its free to the public. Bring a
musical instrument or something
to bang on.
THE COMEDY MASTERS: The
University Lutheran Church is
sponsoring an outdoor film
festival Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. at the
church. Films shown will be
The Great Chase, Laurel and
Hardy Murder Case and
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t. The Florida Alligator, Monday, November 2, 1970

EDITORIAL
Speak Up
In the petition that long-haired tennis players Ralph Hart
and Dan Landrum circulated a few weeks ago, 125 athletes
requested representation with the Athletic Association.
They asked for a voice.
Athletic Director Ray Graves agreed immediately, and for
that he is to be commended.
But he handed the athletes a faulty, stuttering and
fear-stricken voice. For that, we cannot commend him.
And now a group of athletes have organized the Union of
Florida Athletes to request they be given a real voice, a fair
one and a representative one.
They make these claims:
Graves committee of athletes is not autonomous. Last
Wednesday they met in a room with as many coaches as
athletes present. Interchange of ideas is important, but the
group should be allowed to meet independently to discuss
things among themselves before going to the Athletic
Association with requests.
There is little doubt that at Wednesdays meeting most of
the talking was done by coaches. How can athletes be
expected to express their real feelings when there is a
constant, although unmentioned, threat that their
scholarships may be taken away or that they will not be
allowed to compete?
The Graves committee was not chosen fairly. Although
some teams elected members, others were picked by the
head coach of the sport.
The Graves committee is not apportioned fairly. Larger
teams should have more representation than smaller ones.
No votes were taken. Matters were discussed or passed
over with a wave of the hand. True democratic
representation requires open discussion followed by an open
vote.
The athlete has been silent far too long. Now that he
wishes to speak, we believe he should be given a suitable
voice.
We think the Athletic Association should pay heed.
Tutors Needed
Its that time of the quarter again.
Midterms are here, students are studying.
All nighters become the rule, coffee pots boil constantly.
Fun it isnt.
Unfortunately, even with all this, there are some students
who just cant handle some courses. Whether the trouble
spots be institutions, humanities, advanced calculus or
public relations, these people need your help.
Student Government is working to make it possible for
you to help these struggling night owls by sponsoring a
tutoring service.
All you have to do if you would like to help is call the SG
offices, 392-1665, and leave your name and area of
proficiency with either Gail Merein or Jib Black.
It wont take you long and it just might save someone
nights of study and weeks of worry.
Unfortunately, there are students who are unable to
handle some courses alone. They need your help.
Student Government is making it possible for you to help
these people by sponsoring a tutoring service.
All you have to do is call 392-1665 and leave your name
and area of proficiency with either Gail Merein or Jib Black.
Talk about relevancy and brotherhood is cheap. This is
your chance to do more than talk.
Its time to put up or shut up.

Alligator Staff
Denise Veliante Craig Heyl
Assignment Editor Editorial Assistant
Steve Strang
Assistant Assignment Editor
Published by students of the University of Florida under the auspices of
the Boerd of Student Publications.
Editorial, Business, Advertising offices in Student Publications Suite,
third floor, Reitz Union.
Editorial Office phones: 392-1686,87,88 or 89.
Opinions expressed in the Florida Alligator are those of the editors or
of the writer of the article and not those of the University of Florida.

All the Kings horses and all the Kings men ..

Homecoming Is Unreal

Maybe it was the
weather... it just wasnt real
cold this Homecoming. There
wasnt any of that cool crispness
in the air that has marked past
UF Homecomings.
There was an announced 60
per cent chance of rain for the
parade, but the sun beat down
the entire time. The weather was
perfect, but the menagerie of
participants in the parade just
didnt signify the old Go
Gators tradition.
THE FLOATS DEALT with
problems, and although a float
cant offer any solution to
combating injustice, the parade
was different.
There were still those who
just decorated a big truck and
rode down University Ave.
drinking beer. But there were
fewer of those people than
before.
It was just a parade, but some
tried to make it more pertinent
to the times.
AND THE TRADITIONAL
Florida Blue Key Banquet.
Hundreds and hundreds of new
Blue Keys, old Blue Keys and
state politicos, gathering in the
swamp-like heat of Florida gym.
They talked about the weather,
the big game to come, and the
upcoming election.
They shook hands and
smoked cigars and a lot of them
smiled, all the time.
And then they ate dinner,
these men who run the state of
Florida and the noble aspirants
who will one day take their
place. And they ate well, and

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they talked, and some of them
smiled as they walked around to
tables interrupting the dinner of
others, in order to shake another
hand.
ITS A tradition.
And the guests were
introduced. They were ALL
introduced. There were city
councilmen, county councilmen,
state representatives, state
senators, U. S. senators and
representatives, cabinet
members, and they were ALL
introduced.
And UF President Stephen C.
OConnell told the guests not to
worry about campus
neurotics.
IT WAS A meeting of the
minds.
And the keynote speaker,
U. S. Rep. Carl Albert, delivered
a fiery piece of oratory,
sounding much like the
propaganda one reads in a ninth
grade civics class.
The pouring rain outside the
gym stopped in time for what
some consider the big event of
the weekend Gator Growl.
The stadium was filled for the
big event. There were skits, and
jokes, and music, and Buddy
Ebsen, and some beautiful
fireworks.
AND THERE WAS a strong
feeling that the big game,Gators
vs. Auburn, would be a big
victory, especially since the team
was going to play as if there are
22 Steve Uhlfelders on the other
side of the line, according to
defensive captain Mike Kelley.
Evidently the Uhlfelder Uhlfelderstudded
studded Uhlfelderstudded offense and defense of
the *war eagles was sufficient to
quiet many.
__ Uhlfelder was all over the
field. He passed at will, ran at
will and scored at will. And he
won 63-14.
PERHAPS THE Gators did
the best job of all at
de-emphasizing athletics this
Homecoming weekend.

The
Florida
Alligator
The uiture is not a
gift: it is an achievement
Sam Pepper
Editor-In-Chief
Phyllis Gallub
Managing Editor
Jeff Klinkenberg
Associate Editor
Loretta Tennant
News Editor
Ken McKinnon
News Editor

The alumni looked around.
This was not the Gainesville of
yesteryear. It had changed, and
it is still changing. And that
didnt sit well with some of
them, or for that matter, it
didnt sit well with some
students.
Fraternity houses werent all
decorated this time. Some of
them spent a good part of the
weekend collecting money for
Project Hope or taking
underprivileged children to the
festivities.
THE ODK BANQUET
featured Richard Hatcher,
mayor Gary, Ind. He didnt
talk of festive things, or the big
game, but he offered some of
the most worthwhile thoughts of
the weekend.
He talked of progress and the
toll it takes on some people and
what might be done to make
progress a less unjust process.
And finally there was the big
Halloween party at the Plaza
from midnight Saturday to the
wee hours of Sunday. There was
music and light, and hot oatmeal
and a helluva lot of people.
Probably more people than
showed up at the protests
following Kent State last spring.
CAMPUS POLICE gave a
careful scrutiny to the party.
But there probably werent
many alumni present. If there
were, they could have won the
costume award.
Unlike Gator fans who began
to leave the game in drones
during halftime, these fans
stayed. They listened, and they
talked, and some slept.
It wasnt an official part of
Homecoming, but the
participants enjoyed it.
And outside of Florida Field,
a balloon was slowly
deflating . one of those
balloons designed to bring the
alumni and students closer
together, in the words of a
Homecoming executive.



The Superstitions Os Religion

Hassan Bedreddin, clad in rags, ill-shod,
Sought the great temple of the living God.
The worshipers arose and drove him forth,
And one in power beat him with a rod.
Allah, he cried, (< thous seeist what I got:
Thy servants bar me from the sacred spot.
Be comforted, the Holy One replied;
It is the only place where lam not.
Those who depart from unsupported dogma, says
Cohen, are held in popular distrust; Even lower in
general esteem are those who think out a religion
for themselves.
RELIGION IS violent, says Cohen. Consider this
gem: Men are willing to bum others and to be
burned themselves on the question whether they
should cross themselves with one finger or two, or
whether God is one person of various aspects or
natures, or three persons of one substance.
Catholics are the worst about that.
I dont really buy ALL that stuff, they say.
Then why do you stay in the Church?
Lot of answers to this one. No good ones.
RELIGION FOSTERS superstition, hinders
science and truth seeking. Who could forget the
image of old Galileo on his knees before the Pope,
being ordered to declare that he did not really
believe that the earth circled the sun? He finally
admitted it and they let him go. But he muttered
under his breath as he got up off his knees that he
was damned if he REALLY believed it.
Good for you, old fella. Dont let the bastards get
you down.
But the reallv crazy thing, said Yossarian in
Catch-22, is having your life directed by a book
written 2000 years ago by people who didnt
understand the mechanics of rainfall. Inspired?

Local Candidates
MR. EDITOR:
I think the Alligator is to
be congratulated for the analysis
of the candidates prior to the
primary election and for the
support of the student voter
registration drive.
However, there is one area in
which both the student body
and the Alligator failed to
properly respond. I am speaking
of local elections.
No analysis was made of local
candidates, and the student
body failed to vote for
candidates below the state level.
I find this hard to understand
since students were so adamant
about securing the right to
register to vote locally.
The reasons for wanting to
vote in Alachua County were
reportedly to affect the political
climate in such away as to have
it be more conducive to the
intellectual growth and well
being of the university
community and, as citizens of
this county, to have a more
effective voice in determining
focal policies that govern us an
average of nine months of each
year.
An important local office to
be decided by us on November
third is that of clerk of circuit
court.
The Democratic candidate, J.
reiman Roberts, is a 28 year old
University of Florida graduate
w ho has been active in
community affairs fortthe past
five, years. He is young,
enthusiastic and personable.
strongly supports the
candidacies of Aicew for
governor and Chiles for senator.

The Republican candidate,
Curtis Powers, was appointed
clerk last year. He is an
established member of the
community, being about twice
the age of Roberts.
Mr. Powers has a few years
experience in closely related
work as an auditor in the state.
Prior to 1967 Mr. Powers was a
Democrat, but moved to the
Republican Party because he did
not agree with the
moderate-liberal philosophy of
the Democratic Party.
Both men appear to have the
basic qualifications for the job.
The deciding factor seems to
rest with personal attitudes as
reflected by their respective
parties Mr. Roberts as the
Democratic candidate and Mr.
Powers as the Republican
candidate.
I hope the Alligator and the
student body of this university
will take the time to check the
qualifications and personal
philosophies of these men and
then follow through by voting
for the man of your choice.
STAN ECHOLS, 7EG
Act, Dont Talk
MR. EDITOR:
How often do I hear people
pomp lain of the way our
government operates. Each one
of us loves to criticize yet when
it comes to doing something
about correcting the very
situation that was complained
about, how many of us do
anything?
We are big talkers but not
workers.
We students have long and

Why werent all the contradictions and demoniac
possessions inspired out of it? Why werent all the
contradictions and demoniac possessions inspired
out of it?
Religion is actually anti-moral, said Cohen.
Theres an irony for you irony lovers.
THE CHAPLAINS of our prisons do not
complain of the prevalence of atheism or lack of
religious affiliation among the criminals to whom
they minister, while there certainly has been
uncontested complaint that religious leaders, high
priests, popes, and cardinals have led rapacious and
most licentious lives, he says.
Furthermore, ... there is no evidence at all for
v the assumption that the abandonment of any
established religion leads to an unduring decline in
morality. There is more evidence to the contrary.
Those who break away from religion are often
among the most high-minded members of the
community.
Religion has made a virtue of cruelty ... The
Protestant Calvin burned the scholarly Servetus for
holding that Jesus was the son of the eternal God
rather than the eternal son of God. Theres a real
heretic for you.
AND WHAT OF the prevailing argument, that
you might as well accept some religion because if
you are wrong about all this, you will suffer in hell
for not making any selection at all.
Risky, says Cohen, since all religions condemn all
others to hell, you are better off not choosing any.
What to do about God, then? Simple. Take
Cohens advise:
Let us better leave them all (religions) alone and
console ourselves with the hypothesis -a not
altogether impossible one that the starry universe
and whatever gods there be do not worry about us
My good buddy, Ambrose Bierce, wrote that
about 100 years ago in his column. Os course,
Ambrose also walked the streets of San Francisco

READERS FORUM

John Parker

loud complained that we were
not able to vote because of the
fact that we were away from
home or that we could not gain
residence in Ganesville.
Well, in Gainesville, weve got
our rights. Recent court rulings
have made it very easy for
students to register and vote.
Many students did register as is
shown by the fact that 1,383
students are registered in the
Reitz Union precinct. Yet only
380 voted in the last election.
I bet that even Newberry
voters did better than that in the
last election.
If you dont bother to get out
and vote on Nov. 3rd, please
dont complain of the
government, at least not to me.
If you do vote, you have a
perfect right then to criticize.
Let's you and I make Reitz
Union the precinct with the
highest percent of voters in
Alachua County.
Gerald A. Smith
Defenses Up
MR. EDITOR:
I write in defense of Rugby
and in response to the letter of
R. Ausness (Alligator, Tuesday,
10/27/70).
I do not wish to become
involved in the WRUF-FM
debate.
Rather, I want to congratulate
Mr. Ausness on his descriptive
language. He may be interested
to know that his expose of the
lives of the contemporaries of
Mozart, et. al., is indeed
applicable today, at least to
many American Rugby Football
Clubs.

The average Rugger prides
himself on a certain amount of
debauchery. After a hard-knocks
gentlemans game of Rugby,
nothing quite hits the spot as a
good brew and a good
Rugger-Hugger.
Certainly, wine, women, and
song, or, in the words of Mr.
Ausness, cheap beer in reeking
taverns, farm girls in haystacks,
and the banging, stomping,
howling, and granting of our
pre-historic puberty rite at U.F.
Rugby Club parties, maintain
the spirits of any Rugger.
To Mr. Ausness, and to all
who may heed the call, IT
TAKES LEATHER BALLS TO
PLAY RUGBY.
JOHN EBERSOLE, U.F.R.C.
Dirty Gam*
MR. EDITOR:
I am concerned about Our
Florida.
What will be our fate if Mr.
Kirk is reelected and Mr. Cramer
becomes Senator? Our great
President NIXON IS
SUPPORTING THEM, not
because they may or may not be

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Monday, Novambar 2, 1970. Tha Florida Allirtor.

with a six-gun. Then, as now, religious people were
ever ready to kill in order to show their faith in a
just and merciful God.
The whole religion thing is a big irony to me.
Mainly because I have not yet found any one factor
so influential in completely messing up people's
lives. That's a strange notion when you examine the
basic precepts of religion.
ON THE OTHER hand, one of my favorite
persons is a priest. He assures me however,
somewhat apologetically:
But Im at the helm of UNORGANIZED
religion.
I guess hes one of my favorite people
because I saw him holding a candle in the night and
singing All we are saying is give peace a chance,
with about three thousand teary-eyed students after
the Kent State massacre.
IT SHOULD be noted that around this same
time, millions of our middle American hardhat-type
Christians were lurking in television-lit living rooms
shaking their heads knowingly and muttering they
shoulda shot more of the creeps. So it goes.
The Dark Side of Religion by Morris Cohen
ought to be required reading for all those who think
they have a direct mandate from God almighty to
spread the GOOD WORD.
The GOOD WORD often comes on the end of a
very sharp sword.
IN THE FIRST place, religion is intolerant. Well
organized attemp ts to coordinate religion with
known science and liberal thkiking are
pipe-dreams.
Says Cohen: We may dismiss these harmonizers
as plainly ignorant of the history of religion. For to
identify all religion with vague altruism rules out
not only all historic tribal and national religions,
Hinduism, and most of the Old Testament, but also
Christianity of the Orthodox, Catholic, and
Fundamentalist-Protestant type.

qualihed but because they are
Republicans. And Republicans
must stick together.
Mr. Nixon the President, of
the UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA (Free Nation), must
look upon all his people as equal
yet because of his POWER as
our PRESIDENT, he says and
stands behind only his
Republicans which should be in
the Government.
Therefore, making the
decision that Democrats are not
qualified or equal as the
Republicans are.
My question is, if Askew or
Chiles were Republicans would
Mr. Nixon support them?
My conclusion to this entire
DIRTY POLITICAL GAME is,
its not what you can do for
your state and what you believe
in, its what PARTY you belong
to.
In otherwords, Man is not
equal unless he is in the Right
Party, with the Right President.
TERRIS. WEISS
Law Students Wife

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miles 378-9208 (A-10t-25-p)
Gibson long-neck 5-string banjo and
hard shell case. SIOO call 378-0128
(A-st-27-p)
8-track TAPE CARTRIDGES Have
quality double (2) album tapes
recorded from your albums at single
(1) album prices $6 Inc double tape
every sth tape Free 378-5916 4-8 pm
(A-st-28-p)
Refrigerator-freezer, 14cu ft, 2-door
automatic ice-maker. $l5O, call
before 8:30 am or after 6:00 pm
378-6365 (A-st-28-p)
1970 OSSA stilletto; 650 cc BSA
custom; 1948 indian chopper; must
liquidate stock of bikes to buy car.
(BSA $650-OSSA $650-4B make
offer) Ph 378-7903 BRUCE
(A-st-28-p)
Citation stereo system incl. AM-FM
radio-turntable-and tape deck-perfect
shape-must sell-$200.00 call
392-7956 after 5 pm (A-st-28-p)
TR3 good top tires & interior runs
good SSOO or best offer 376-9593
(A-3t-29-p)
Akai X -1800 SD Tape Recorder.
Cross field head-Plays and Records 4
track reel and 8 track cartridge, only
$225. 1225 SW Ist ave Apt 431
(A-3t-29-p)
DESK & chair $lO. udico port.
OVEN-broiler S2O. Call Jane after 5
p.m. 378-4251 (A-st-29-p)
1970 5,000 b.t.u. norge Air Cond.
with thermostat & warranty. Perfect
condition. SIOO. Call Jane after 5
pm. 378-4251 (A-st-29-p)
Surfboard, must sell. Hoble Eastern
Star, 6 feet 7 in. fin, no dings, very
strong. $125. call 373-2237.
(A-3t-29-p)

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EOF? SALE
1968 Honda 125 CL, Good
Condition $250. with new helmet
$275. Phone 376-8902 keep trying.
(A-st-30-p)
Yamaha 125 YAG, just tuned and
cleaned, runs well, dependable
transportation, luggage rack, Bell
helmet, need $l5O. Jeff Berry
376-9208 (A-3t-31-p)
RCA combination stereo FM-AM
radio. Contemporary style,
mahagony finish. Excellent
condition. $140.00 Call 376-1970
(A-4t-30-p)
Small business, part-time operation.
Earn over SSOOO. Annually for only
3-4 hours work. Recover full cost in
first year. Ideal for student operation
call 378-8724. (A-4t-28-p)
Craig 8-track auto, player, 2 speakers;
also woodcased home 4 and 8 track
player, 2 speakers; 20 cartridges;
$125. for all, call 373-3685
(A-3t-29-p)
AKC German Shepherd pups. 3 mos
excel, pedigree, love children. 85 ea.
Terms available. 378-5222
(A-4t-30-p)
Akal Stereo Tape recorder Record 8
track carts and reel to reel A-l
condition $250 or trade 373-3890
(A-3t-29-p)
YASHICA JP 50mm, f/2.8 single
lens, timer, ac-dc electronic flash,
hand light meter, tripod, cases, like
new $95.00 All, 373-2204'after 5 pm
(A-st-29-p)
Tame baby ferrets coons monkeys
bob cats ocelots skunks parrots
hawks snakes lizards turtles for sale
trade or buy kongo pet 475-2546
(local) (A-tfc)
TV 2 yr old excel 19" S6O; stereo
S2B; refrigerator sls; also other
household goods; going abroad will
bargain. Call 372-3205 (A-3t-31-p)
for sale honda S-90, 69 low
mileage $230 call Dave 373-2771
(A-st-31-p)
Honda S9O 1968 Just overhauled
$165 or best offer includes helmet
and lock Call Roy 373-2316 after 7
(A-3t-31-p)
Irregulars & seconds Beautiful sheets
towels and pillowcases 103 SE First
St. Sheet & Towel Shop (A-20t-31-p)
MAGNAVOX STEREO 2-12"
speakers walnut cabinets plus over 30
records. $195.00 Call 373-3769 No.
41 Williamsburg Apts. (A-3t-31-p)
BROWNING light auto 5 12ga
shotgun with 2 extra barrels S4OO
Value yours $250 call John 373-1365
(A-3t-31-p)
1966 Porsche 912 Engine rebuilt this
summer. Like new condition $2900
392-7266 (A-4t-31-p)
GERTS a gay girl ready for a whirl
after cleaning carpets with Blue
Lustre. Rent electric shampooer sl.
Electric upholstery shampooer now
available. Lowry Furniture Co. (Atfc)

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FOR RENT
Need female roommate for academic
year-one BR garage apt near Town
$25 per mo plus utilities call judy
378-5170. (B-st-29-p)
2 br. LAKE HOUSE, fully furnished,
AC, oil heat, melrose, 25 min. fr.
campus, SIOO/month. Call 475-1967
(B-st-27-p)
WANTED
Listeners wanted: Will pay $2.00
for one hour session. Must be native
English speaking and have normal
hearing. Please call Susan between 8
and 5 for appointment. 392-2049
(C-10t-22-p)
Female roommate to share 2
bedroom 2 bath Point West Apt.
SIOO/mo plus utilities 373-2370 after
5:00 p.m. (C-10t-26-p)
Female roommate to share 2 Br
trailer, own room, S7O month. Call
373-2577 after 8 p.m. or 392-3196
before. Ask for Mary. (C-st-26-p)
Furnished apt. wanted for Winter
Quarter, willing to pay premium for
plush 2 bedroom-Jan-April Call
392-0151 or 372-5206. (C-st-30-p)
Male student wants roommates for 3
br house call 378-9695 or see at 225
SW sth St S6O/mo utilities included.
(C-3t-30-p)
NEED TWO TICKETS GEORGIA
GAME CALL 372-4398 (C-4t-31-p)
1 female rmmate winter & spring
quarters 1 bdrm 55/mo + */2 utilities
air-conditioned pool 1 blk from
campus call Tina at 373-5656
(C-2t-31-p)
Male to share one bedroom apt. with
V 2 utilities + $57.50 monthly, bedrm.
kitca., and bath. Come by M-f 3-6,
7-10, weekends; 12-6 1216 SW 2
Ave. Apt. 22 (c-st-31-p)
HELP WANTED
EXPERIENCED DELIVERY BOYS
NEEDED. $1.60 per hour also
waitresses. Campus Cone Ice Cream
Shoppe. (E-st-28-p)
Charles Chips Home delivery service
potato chips pretzels cookies route
salesman 21 married available 230 to
7 call Ray Welch 376-6943 after 7
pm (E-3t-29-p)
Vivlane Woodard Cosmetics has
openings for women interested in
exciting new makeup techniques.
Three hours dally can earn S4O-SIOO
weekly. Call Cindy 378-9879.
(E-st-29-p)
Desk clerk over 21 yrs of age night
shift midnight to 700 am. Saturday
noon till midnight In person Tom
Sawyer Motel (E-st-31-p)

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AUTOS
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1970 Maverick, Gold and In excellent
condition. Campus Credit Union,
1200 S.W. sth Avenue. Mr. Nellinger
(G-st-28-p)
1968 Volkswagen fastback. Campus
Credit Union, 1200 S.W. sth Avenue.
Mr. Nellinger (G-st-28-p)
Classic 1959 Jag, wire wheels, good
tires, looks good but needs a little
work. A steal at $250 firm. Must sell
call 376-2708 soon (G-3t-29-p)
1966 TR4. exceptionally good shape.
New top, tires, paint. Wires.
Mechanically flawless. Best offer over
SIOOO 378-0349, 392-3685.
(G-3t-29-p)
64 Dodge, 6 cyl, automatic, rad,
heat, good tires, sound mechanically,
care free transportation, $449 Mike
373-1924 anytime Number 23
tanglewood (G-st-28-p)
Bread truck converted to camper,
VB, auto, air con, toilet, ICE box,
undeck with latter to roof, SI,OOO
or best offer, Call Joe 378-1078
(G-st-28-p)
AUSTIN HEALEY SPRITE 1967.
Radio, heater, tonneau. Low mileage.
New battery brakes. $llOO or best
offer 392-0528 392-0560 (G-2t-30-p)
6B MGB $1,595 16,900 ml must
sell: perfect cond. wire wheels
tonneau cover 1002 W. University.
Mike Austin 376-8941 (G-st-31-r)
FANTASTIC!I 111 1966 GTO conv.
excellent condition high performance
many extras must sell sacrifice
392-8153 (G-St-31-p)
65 MGB good condition, must sell,
need money, $925, might consider
trade for cycle and cash Ph.
372-5006 (G-3t-31-p)
' PERSONAL
Tired of the dorms? Too poor for an
apt? CLO has openings for the winter
quarter $195/qt for room and board.
Call Vince at 373-1622 (J-27t-25-p)
Dear ace trucking company, Matsje
ne men souvlens pas. Now? Love.
The Pink Bundle of Joy. (J-2t-30-p)
Free Ibvel 4 fluffy kittens hatoi
homes. Assorted colors! 5 weeks old
one can cat food Included. Call
376-8678 after 6 (J-3t-29-p)
POETRY WANTED for possible
Inclusion In cooperative volume.
Include stamped envelope. Palomar
Publishing Co., Box 4444, Whittier,
Calif. 90607 (J-3t-29-p)
INTERESTED IN EARNING
EXTRA MONEY? We need a student
who owns an old school bus. Contact
Campus Cone Ice Cream Shoppe.
(J-st-28-p)
The uninformed and 111 advised
always seem to vote. Make your voice
heard for better government. VOTE
on Tuesday. (Paid for by Students
for ASKEW) (J-3t-30-p)
SINGLE MALES & FEMALES I Meet
more members of the opposite sex at
U.F. All dates In Gainesville. Most
dates with U.F. Students. Details
mailed In plain unmarked envelope.
For free details write: Nationwide
Dating Service, P.O. Box 77346,
Atlanta, Qa. 30309. (J-15t-24-p)

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With a Fiat 850 Spider it's
there: great sports car feel, great sports
ride, great sports car look. A Bertone body
l|j|. jammed with the good things of driving like front disc
Pint 850 brakes, radial tires, a new 58 hp engine with overhead valves,
J " | '"* s y dash-mounted tachometer, 4-speed synchromeshed stick shift,
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PERSONAL
Hate to Cookn oo poor for an apt?
CLO has openings for the winter
quarter. $195/qt for room and board.
Call Vince at 373-1622 (J-22t-30-p)
Tired of poor Impersonal BICYCLE
service and high prices. Try the
PSYCLE SHOP. 1230 NW 3rd Ave.
New & used sales & repair now open
10-7 (J-st-28-p)
SILLY RABBIT Been a beautiful 5
months. Looking forward to this
weekend and many more. Love to Sir
from your purple owl (J-2t-30-p)
Happy Halloween to my sweet
Johnny Baby. So glad youre here
because I love you and miss you! Be
here always winter! Jo Ann r&w
(J-lt-30-p)
New Emerging World Theology needs
devotees. Watch for cryptic messages
from The Great Newt 1) Join a
Newtlst colony today TGN
(J-lt-31-p)
HELP! Newly-wed couple NEEDS
REASONABLY priced
APARTMENT to rent starting
December or January. Please call
Dave, nights. 373-3924 (J-st-30-p)
(
Samson needs volunteer to work with
Cub Scout pack In Lakeshore male,
21, 2 hr meeting per week with 10-11
yr old boys. Call 392-1608
(J-3t-30-p)
JEFF | want to make it with you. I
LOVE YOU! Pat (J-lt-31-p)
The Student Senate may be able to
help you. Dave Depew, 373-2771,
will listen to your problems. I need
to know your problems! Speak out!
(J-st-31-p)
COMPUTER DATING Why wait?
Meet your Ideal date. Special
introductory price. Now serving
leading colleges and universities
throughout the US and Canada.
Write: National Cybernetics, Box
221, Durham, N.C. 27702 (J-Bt-31-p)
LOST Sc FOUND
Lost: Silver ring with clear stone and
nick In side In area of Florida Gym.
Reward offered. Call Pat or Chris at
392-9453. (L-4t-28-p)

NOTICE
CAMP WAUBURG
IS NOW CLOSED
FOR THE SEASON.
Effective dosing date
Friday Oct. 31, 1970

Monday, November 2, 1970, The Florida Alligator,

LOST St FOUND
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Lost pair of octagon shaped, amber
colored womens glasses In red glass
case. Please help a blind person to
see. Contact Diane at 373-2979
(L-st-29-p)
SERVICES
Charles Chips Campus Delivery
Potato Chips Pretzels Cookies Order
before 2 pm Dally Minimum Order 3
Containers 376-6943 (M-st-29-p)
Plano teacher for beglners of age 5 &
up. or advanced students. Certified
teacher from Miami. Lower rate for
first 3 calls. 372-1156 (m-st-29-p)
MATH TUTORING. Specializing in
correcting basic deficiencies. Phone
372-3890 or 378-4066 (M-st-28-p)
ORGAN LESSONS. Professional
organist specializing In popular
music. $3.50 per half hour. Phone
372- or 378-4066. (M-st-28-p)
HORSES BOARDED sleepy hollow
. horse farm complete care finest
facilities new barn pasture trails and
lighted ring close to Univ. Ph
373- (M-st-29-p)
For once in your life, plan ahead:
reserve a seat to get to New York
over Christmas on a privately
chartered greyhound bus. Our price
beats all commercial modes of
transportation; S6O round trip! Call
the New York Holiday club 5-7 pm.
378-6376 (M-st-27-p)
We're wired for sight at the smallest
eyeglass office In town. Drive your
own welting room to UNIVERSITY
OPTICIANS at 519 SW 4th Ave,
across from Greyhound Bus Station,
378-4480. (m-tfc)
Alternators, generators, starters,
electrical systems tested and repaired.
Auto Electric Service, nil S. Main,
378-7330. Nowl Bank Amertcard &
Master Charge (M-tfc)
Typing-former New York secretary
Bklyn college grad-55 cents page &
up-term papers, theses, dissertations
373-1984 9-5, 373-1429 after 6
(M-Bt-31-p)
Theses, Dissertations & Term papers
typed by former UF secretary Rates:
50 cents per page & up Barbara
Coaxum 373-4363 (M-6t-21-p)

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AUBURN'S PAT SULLIVAN FOLLOWS THROUGH
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The
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Band Brightens Day
For Auburn Offense
ETY PERLMUTTERj |
Things were going so bad for the Gators Saturday against Auburn
that when Florida recovered a Tiger fumble in the third quarter, the
Gator band struck up Hallelujah. The band could have been playing
the tune at that time to inspire the Gators into conung back into the
game somewhat, or they might have been sympathizing with the
Auburn offense who needed a rest.
THE FIRST three times Auburn got the ball, they scored in two
plays. The first score came on a flea-flicker end around with Terry
Beasley going 34 yards with no Gator close to the speedster.
Coach Doug Dickey said before the game Auburns speed would be
a factor to the outcome of the game, but he didnt consider such an
outcome.
Auburn is the best team we have faced this year, Dickey said
after the game, We just dont belong in a class with them this year.
AT THE beginning of the year, many people had hopes of Florida
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TERRY BEASLEY (88) SCORES ONE OF HIS FOUR TOUCHDOWNS
... Auburn split end leads SEC with yardage on pass receptions

UF Surprised
Tigers Coach
With Outcome
By CHRIS LANE
Alligator Staff Writer
Floridas fighting Gators
mildly surprised Auburn head
coach Ralph Jordan Saturday.
Jordans Tigers embarassed
the Gators 63-14 and doused the
spirits of a highly emotional
Homecoming weekend.
NOBODY IS anymore
surprised as I am that we scored
as well as we did, Jordan said in
the Tigers locker room after the
undisputed Auburn victory.
Jordan, calling Florida a
tough ball club, said the
Gators hung on pretty good in
the second half. Floridas
defense and offense played
about as well as we did this
year, he said.
Jordan singled out split end
Terry Beasley as the Tigers key
player for the one-sided triumph
over Florida.
IVE BEEN coaching 37
years, Jordan said, and Ive
never seen anyone like Beasley.
And I probably never will if I
had the opportunity to coach
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BUT JOHN REAVES HAS TO CONTEND WITH 92
... Auburn's Bob Brown hits Reaves after he threw pass

Marty Perl mutter
Executive Sports Editor

Monday, November 2, 1970, The Florida Alligator,

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I, The. Florida Alligator, htondey. Novemhar 2, 1970

One Game Remains In 1970 Heart

By CHUCK KELLER
Alligator Staff Writar
Several weeks ago after the
20-0 win over the Richmond
Spiders, UF Coach Doug Dickey
said the heart of the Gators
1970 football schedule was soon
to rear its ugly football helmet
in three upcoming games.
Dickey said his inherited
squad with a 9-I*l 1969 record
and a Gator Bowl victory, would
have to play a lot better to meet
the challenge.
SPORTING A 5-1 ledger after
several unimpressive wins, the
Gators met the challenge and
lost unceremoniously to
Tennessee and Auburn, both
Southeastern Conference foes.
One more artery remains to
be tapped in this so-called heart
of the schedule the University
of Georgia, next Saturday in the
neutral Gator Bowl at
Jacksonville.
Vince Dooleys Bulldogs
scored 34 points Saturday in the
second half to overcome a
10-point first half deficit, and
pounded South Carolina, 52-34.
The win boosted Georgia to a
4-3 record.
SENIOR QUARTERBACK
UF .
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for 37 more years. Beasley,
the Southeastern Conferences
leading receiver for yardage,
caught three touchdown passes
from quarterback Pat Sullivan
and scored a fourth on a 34-yard
run.
Beasley admitted to having a
good day against Florida. Its
always good when you win this
big, he said.
SULLIVAN completed 21 of
27 passes for 366 yards and four
touchdowns.
I dont see how you can
keep Pat out of the top echelon
of quarterbacks, Jordan said.
We let him call most of his
plays, he said. We may have
made some suggestions to him
during the game.
But Sullivan seemed to do all
right on his own Saturday.
And Jordan was quick to
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Paul Gilbert, replacing starter
Mike Cavan, who was iiqured in
the second quarter, ran for three
touchdowns, passed for one
more and tossed for two PATs in
the Bulldog win.
At one point the Bulldogs
were down 21-3 to the
Gamecocks.
The UF-Georgia series dates
bade to 1915, when the Bulldogs
began things with a 39-0 rout.
Last year the two struggled to a
13-13 tie.
AFTER THE Georgia game,
UF will travel to Tampa for
another SEC opponent
Kentucky, which also came
through in the winning column
last Saturday against North
Carolina State, 27-2.
It was only the second victory
of the season for the Wildcats,
but it was a game that saw
Kentucky spark flashes of
brilliance on offense and
defense.
Quarterback Bemie Scruggs
threw three aerial scores to stake
Kentucky to the 27-2 lead in the
first half. In the second half the
Wildcat offense cooled, and the
defense took over, holding
North Carolina State to six yards
rushing.
MATCHING SCRUGGS in
heroics was Lee Clymer, who
caught one of Scruggs TD
strikes and rushed for 97 yards
on 22 carries, many of which
came in crucial TD drives.
State lost to the Gators, 14-6,
earlier this season.
UFs last opponent of the
1970 season, Miami, has been
having its playing troubles,
highlighted by Coach Charlie
Tates decision to quit his
Hurricane post.
FSU, WHICH fell to the
Gators, 37-28, four weekends
ago, put the hatchet to Miami,
27-3, in a Friday night game.
The Seminoles Frank Fontes
gave FSU an uneasy 6-3 lead
going into the third quarter with
two barefooted field goals. The
sputtering FSU offense exploded
for three touchdowns in the last
six minutes of the third quarter.
Tom Bailey bulled his way for
114 yards in eijjht attempts,
pushing his career total to a FSU

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record of 1,598 yards.
\ MIAMI, NOW lead by interim
coach Walt Kichefski, has now
lost three in a row, dating back
to slight win over impotent
Maryland, three days after Tate
quit.
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Hurricanes is the reported
dissension of the team, which is
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apparently dissatisfied with the
vacuum left by Tate.
So the Gators, now 5-3 and
with two consecutive losses, try
to pick up the scraps left over by
Auburn and Tennessee, and
prepare for an improving
historical foe, another SEC rival
with only two non-conference
wins and a cross-state opponent,

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discouraged morally and
physically.
ID UKE to think that our
next three games, Georgia,
Kentucky, and Miami, are not in
the same class with Tennessee
and Auburn, Dickey said after
the Auburn loss.
Records and statistics back up
Dickeys observation.



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BAND...
going somewhere this year. But
now they only can go home
during Christmas vacation and
hope for the best next season.
You reporters wont believe
me when I tell you that I
thought the team was more up
for this game than any other one
this year, Dickey said. But
Auburn just flew over, around,
and through the Gator defense
to rack up 63 points.
Quarterback John Reaves
wanted to avenge the loss of last
season when he threw nine
interceptions at Cliff Hare
Stadium in the only loss of the
season. Saturday he started out
with a pass that almost was
intercepted and it looked to be
another long day.
IT WAS ALL downhill for the
Gators from that first pass.
Auburn couldnt do anything
wrong the whole day.
When Reaves teamed with
Carlos Alvarez for the first long
scoring pass of the season (47
yards) in the second half, the
fans had thoughts of coming
back, but it was not to be.
Dickey replaced Reaves in the
fourth period with John
Schnebly who took the Gators
into the end zone for the last
time in the game.
THIS TEAM was still willing
to play when I came in,
Schnebly said, Usually when
the second string quarterback
comes in, the line has a tendency
to let up and not care about
what happened. But this was
different.
Did you see the holes they
were opening for Leonard
George? We were able to run a
bit and we were able to get
another score on the board
before the end of the game,
Schnebly said.
The touchdown pass from
Schnebly to Terry Ash for 17
yards was the formers first
scoring aerial in two seasons.
DICKEY CITED the last three
opponents this year as not as
tough as Auburn, something that
will only help the Gator
won-loss record.
It is time to think about next
season when the Gators
hopefully will have some help
from freshman lineman and
inning backs who will be
eligible to play next season.
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For UF Loss To AU

Reprinted From
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With tongue in cheek,
Democratic gubernatorial
nominee Reubin Askew
suggested Saturday night that
Gov. Claude Kirk was to blame
for Floridas football trouncing
at the hands of Auburn
University.
KIRK, WEARING football

McLaren Paces
UF Soccer Club

The Gator Soccer Club scored
another victory at Fleming Field
Saturday, beating Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical Institute 6-2.
Stewart McLaren opened the
scoring for the Gators in the
eighth minute, when he ran on
to a pass from Rodney Murphy
and shot by Embry-Riddles
goalkeeper. Five minutes later
McLaren again outpaced the
visitors defence and scored on a
pass from Max Ventura.
THE GATORS were
dominating the game, and
continued to so when Bobby
Duranton added another goal on
a cross from McLaren. Ventura
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cleats and a baseball cap, spent
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in violation of a Southeastern
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persons.
At halftime, Askew said, with
Auburn leading 35-0, I asked
him to sit on the Auburn side of
the field. I told him you arent
doing us any good, Askew said.

made it 4-0 just prior to
half-time.
Fourteen minutes of the
second-half had gone, when
Manuel Wills increased the lead
to 5-0. Eight minutes later
McLaren scored from the
penalty spot, bringing his total
to three for the game.
The Gators now switched to
their second string, and two late
goals by Felex Ebuwa for the
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