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Vol. 63, No. 49

FSM MUST WAIT, SAYS HALE
League Os Athletes Gets Its Charter

By CARLOS LICEA
Alligator Staff Writer
The controversial UF League
of Athletes has been approved as
a campus organization by Vice
President for Student Affairs
Lester Hale.
Hale, acting on a
recommendation from the
Committee on Student
Organizations and Social
Activities (SOSA), gave the nod
to the athletic group on
Wednesday.
THERE HAD BEEN some
controversy regarding
acceptance of the league by
Athletic Director Ray Graves;
but Wednesday morning, the
vice president received a letter
from Graves indicating he

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Militants Arrested For Fire-Bombing

DAYTONA BEACH (UPI) Two militant leaders of the black
community of this racially-troubled city were held Sunday for $1,500
bond on a charge of attempting to firebomb the city hall.
Police arrested William Maxwell, 25, publisher of the black militant
newspaper The Rapper, and John Gibbons, 29, a member of the
Citizens Coordinating Committee, after finding unignited firebombs at
the city hall Saturday night.
POLICE SAID Maxwell was seen walking away from the city hall
shortly before midnight Saturday night when a police patrol passed
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approved of the organization.
Hale said he had talked to UF
President Stephen C. OConnell,
and he also had indicated his
approval of the league.
The league was formed when
a group of athletes was not
satisfied with a council set up by
Graves. The council was
supposed to be a place for
athletes to air their grievances
and achieve some representation
in the Athletic Association
(AA).
THE NEXT step of the group,
as indicated by student advisor
John Parker, a former captain of
the Gator track team and former
assistant track coach, is to meet
with AA officials as
representatives from all the

University of Florida, Gainesville

teams to be elected by the
teams.
League members had also
argued that the group set up by
the athletic director was not
fairly apportioned, and they are
seeking a fair apportionment
of representation of athletes to
the AA.
Another group still waiting
for official approval from UF is
the Florida Student Movement
(FSM).
The FSM will have to wait to
know if they have been
approved or rejected by Hale.
The vice president indicated he
had received a minority report
from SOSA, and I will have to
look at both sides during the
next week, and then make my
decision.

Chuck Sherman Arrested;
Faces Possible Expulsion

By CHRIS LANE
Alligator Staff Writer
FSU President J. Stanley Marshall disclosed
Sunday, if Student Body President Chuck Sherman
is convicted of possession of marijuana he will be
treated like any other student.
Sherman, 25, was arrested Thursday night and
charged with possession of marijuana while sitting in
a car outside of Shoreline Park, a small community
near Gulf Breeze on Floridas gulf coast.
IF CONVICTED, Sherman will face expulsion
from the university and wont be readmitted for one
year. Upon Shermans request, his arraignment has
been set for Dec. 7 in the Santa Rosa County
Courthouse.
The university will disregard the fact that he is
the student body president and will treat him just
like any other student, Marshall said. Marshall is
preparing a statement regarding the incident.
Sherman was sitting in the parked car with two

by. When Policeman Ed Frank questioned Maxwell about his
activities, he reportedly said he was going for a beer.
Maxwell was permitted to continue, but the policemen then
discovered, that one window of the city hall had been broken near the
office of Mayor Richard Kane and a glass panel in a door was broken.
Further checking revealed the presence of inflammable material
described as firebombs.
Officers then set out to find Maxwell, and said he was found sitting
in a car a few blocks away with Gibbons, who was bleeding profusely
from a gash on his hand.
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FSU coeds at the time of the arrest. The two
unidentified giris were not arrested.
STATE ATTORNEY Curtis Golden said
Sherman, of Indian Harbour Beach, was released
under $1,500 bond.
Gulf Breeze Police Chief Gerald Rich said the
giris werent involved in the incident.
it (marijuana) wasnt theirs, he said. It was
his.
STATEMENTS FROM the girls revealed Sherman
had just taken a bag of marijuana from a place of
security in the car and began rolling a cigarette
when Patrolman Chuck Deckard noticed the parked
car and approached it to investigate.
Rich said Deckard noticed Sherman hiding
something under the front of the seat of the car. A
search was made of the car and a bag of marijuana
was found under the front seat. The bag also
contained one rolled marijuana cigarette.
Golden said the bag contained approximately 12
ounces of loose marijuana which could roll an
additional eight to 10 cigarettes.
Sherman said he had no comment regarding his
arrest.

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l The Florida Allioator. Monday. November 30, 1970

Finals time is upon UF students and some
decided to stay on the quiet and empty campus over
the Thanksgiving holiday to keep away from the
normal last-week cram sessions. Students at the law
complex (upper right) make their time priceless as
they study over the weekend. Another student

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ANNUAL LEGISLATIVE WEEKEND
Legislators Meet In Union

By KATHY ROBERTS
Alligator Staff Writer
Approximately 70 senators
and represenatives met Saturday
at the Reitz Union with UF
administrators, faculty and
students for the annual
Legislative Appreciation
Weekend.
Legislative Weekend is held
annually to acquaint and
orientate, the old and new,
legislators with the progrartjs ctf f
tlfe university; to let them
questions about it; and to lei
them know what our needs are,
according to Dean Rae O.
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OVER BREAKFAST at the
Union legislators, UF

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of the
University of Florida and is published five times weekly except during
June, July and August when it's published semi-weekly, and during student
holidays and exam periods. Editorials represent only the official opinions
of their authors. Address correspondence-to the Florida Alligator, Reitz
Union Building, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida 32601. The
Alligator is entered as second class matter at the United States Post Office
at Gainesville, Florida 32601.
Subscription rate is SIO.OO per year and $3.50 per Quarter.
The Florida Alligator reserves the right to regulate the typographical
tone of all advertisements and to revise or turn away copy it considers
objectionable.
The Florida Alligator will not consider adjustments of payments for any
advertisement involving typographical errors or erroneous insertion unless
notice is given to the advertising manager within (1) one day after the
advertisement appears. The Florida Alligator will not be responsible for
more than one incorrect insertion of an advertisement scheduled to run
several times. Notices for correction must be given before the next
insertion.

BUBBLES, BOOKS, AND DUCKS

administrators, faculty and
students discussed current
university issues and problems.
UF President Stephen C.
OConnell speaking at the
breakfast said the public has a
right to question the results and
role of higher education.
OConnell added, however, that
universities should not receive
the blame for societys problems
when they should be shared by
all.
OConnell also called on the
fegislntdin)? their hiPh four
main areas:
authority to make
management decisions that now
require approval by a layer of
state agencies.

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still paid no attention to other campus inhabitants
and went about their normal activities.

increased administrative
staffing.
increases in the
compensation for fringe benefits
of the faculty.
and, imporvements in the
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Cost Os Education May Reduce

By CHRISTOPHER LANE
Alligator Staff Writar
College degrees may come a
little cheaper if some university
presidents have their way.
Several university presidents
believe that now is the time to
make changes in the present
educational process which will
reduce the time spent in school
by as much as 25 per cent.
THE PROPOSAL would trim
one year off the four-year
bachelors degree and possibly
two years off the lofty PhD.,
reducing the cost not only to
parents and students, but to the
universities as well.
Dr. Glen Terrell of Washington
State said the financial
conditions of most universities
will make it necessary to do
something like this.*'
It (the tight fiscal condition)
will force us to do innovating
that we are not inclined to do,
he said.
TERRELL WAS commenting
on a recent report released by
the Carnegie Commission for
Higher Education which called
for the restructuring of the
present 80-year-old degree
system, requiring less time in the
classroom.
The creation of two degrees
Hale To Read
Dickens' Tale
The reading of Charles
Dicken's A Christmas Carol, a
UF tradition for 37 years will be
presented Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
in the University Auditorium.
Vice President for Student
Affairs Dr. Lester Hale will again
read the classic. This will make
the 31st year Hale has
performed.
SIGMA NU fraternity is
sponsoring the traditional affair
as it has since 1932. Formerly
the reading was held at the
Sigma Nu house, but due to a
larger audience increase oyer the
years the event has been held at
University Auditorium since
1957.
Dean Walter Matherly
initiated the Christmas program
in 1929.
Dr. Hale will be accompanied
by a Renaissance ensemble of
UF staff and students. Russell
Danburg and Mrs. Helen Jones
will provide piano and organ
interludes.
Members of Sigma Nu
fraternity will serve as carolers in
the program. 4
An invitational reception
following the reading will honor
the building committee of Sigma
Nu fraternity and will be held at
the home of UF President
Stephen C. OConnell.
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CREATION OF ADDITIONAL DEGREES

between the BA. and PhD.
were also suggested in the
report. The degrees are:
Master of Philosophy,
obtainable after five or six years,
which would qualify the
recipient to teach in high school
and lower division college.
Doctor of Arts, which
would be a near equal to a PhD.
Its emphasis would be on a
broader field of basic knowledge
and not on the extensive
research required for a PhD.
Recipients would be qualified to
teach at the university level.
Approximately 75
universities, both public and
private, are presently surveying
the possibilities of creating a
degree between the bachelor and
doctoral degrees.
RECOGNIZING THE need
for such a change, Yale
University has revised its
curriculum for a Master of
Philosophy degree. Recipients
are qualified for the additional
two years required for the thesis
leading to a doctorate.

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Dr. Byrum E. Carter,
chancellor of Indiana University,
said that many new degrees are
already in use and are spreading.
I don't think there is any
doubt there are a substantial
number of PhD. programs that
take an excessive number of
years, Carter said.
MANY EDUCATORS are
calling for even more radical
reductions in time spent earning
a degree.
Yale presently admits about
50 students a year who are given
immediate sophomore standing
because tests reveal they have
acquired knowledge-in three or
more subjects beyond what is
offered in the freshmen courses.
A Yale official, however, said
he did not forsee shortening the
time spent earning a degree.
The Carnegie Commission
report was prepared by a panel
of university presidents
including Notre Dame, Harvard
and the University of North
Carolina.
The report revealed that

reduction of the time spent
earning degrees can be

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. Th Florida AHigdar; Monday, NoramMr 30,1370

Thomas Questions University System

Senate President Jerry
Thomas (D-Jupiter) has initiated
an examination of the present
state university system and the
Board of Regents.
Wednesday, Nov. 25, Thomas
listed a series of questions which
he has submitted to the Senate
Education Committee. His
inquiries indude:
Why are certain grades not
interchangeable within the
university system?
Why do some of the highest
paid professors never see the
inside of a classroom?
Why do some professors
spend only nine hours a week in
the classroom, compared to 12
hours a week a few years ago?
Why is so much emphasis
placed on the amount of
material a professor publishes?
Why do professors and

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LOVE MASS: The University Lutheran Church is
presenting a Love Mass, featuring balloons, flowers,
centered on a theme of love. All students are invited
to join in this celebration of life and the worship of
God. The service will take place on Dec. 6 at 11
a.m. Come dressed as you please.
LET THE BOYS KNOW YOU CARE. Dont miss
out on signing the Christmas card to the boys in
Vietnam. Today and Tuesday there will be four
cards around campus, at the Plaza of the Americas,
Little Hall, the Hub, and Norman Hall during the
day. In the evening there will be one at the Union
and the rest will be around the dorm areas. Show
the GFs you care, send them a Christmas greeting.
Sponsored by Collegiate Civitan.
SONGFESTS: The Mens Glee Club will serenade
from the Union grand staircase today at 12:45 p.m.
There will be a student recital (Music Department)
in the Union Ballroom at 2:30 pjn. Tuesday, and

Hanson Trial
End Near
LOS ANGELES (UPI) The
jury in the Sharon Tate murder
trial was expected to hear
closing arguments this week in a
case in which virtually no
defense was presented for
Charles Man son and his three
female followers.
Most of the proceedings
Monday involve legal discussions
of the instructions to be given to
the jury. The seven men and five
women may begin deliberations
late this week or early next week
on whether to find the cult
leader and the women guilty of
the seven grisly Tate and
Laianca slayings.
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created by and is largely
financially dependent upon the
state legislature, and, according
to Thomas, should keep the
legislature informed of its
effective functioning.
Thomas maintains that these
questions are not new, but that

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the Womens Glee Club will present Christmas songs
on the Union grand staircase Thursday at 12:30
pjn.
ELECTRIC WORDS: The first electric poet Dr.
Edmund Skellings, who is touring nationally, will
present Live Concert, a performance of poetry, in
the Constans Theater at 8:00 p.m. Friday. Its open
to all, its free and a reception will follow. Start
your holiday celebration with this program.
CIRUNA GATHERING: The Council on
International Relations United Nations Association
(CIRUNA) will have a meeting on Wednesday at
7:30 p.m. in room 362 at the Union. Anyone
interested is welcome to attend.
INTERNATIONAL CHRISTMAS: The
International Christmas and Arts and Crafts sale is
today and Tuesday at the Union Ballroom from 11
a.m. until 9 p.m

he has voiced some ofthem for
the last three years. Now, as
President of the Senate, he has
formally laid them before the
Education Committee for
investigation.
The power of our governing
system, Thomas that it
will stand critical examination.
HENDRIX CHANDLER,
corporate secretary of the
Regents, said that Thomas
questions deal with subjects
people are asking about now,
and will help focus attention on
discussion of the problems.
I think they deserve a serious
reply, Chandler said. We really
welcome the chance to comment
on these.
Burke Kibler, Chairman of the
Board, supported Hendrixs
readiness, The Board is ever
ready to answer questions and
disclose information.

CONCERNING SOME of the
Board decisions which displeased
Thomas, Kibler said the Board
acts on the premise that college
students are basically adults and
ought to be treated as adults.
Parental supervision is
impractical, in some cases is
inpossible, and is, to me, the
wrong approach to take, Kibler
said.

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is a creature of the legislature
and works in cooperation with
it.
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critical examination, and we can
look toward improvement, but
effectiveness will not be
increased by abolishing the
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By BECKY LLOYD
Alligator Staff Writer
The Juilliard String Quartet,
which has participated in every
major music festival throughout
the world, will perform Dec. 1 at
8:30 p.m. in the Medical Science
Building.
Pro Arte Musica, a new
organization dedicated to
bringing the best available
soloists and chamber groups to
Gainesville, is sponsoring the
concert.
THE FOUR MEMBERS of
the quartet are the
quartet-in-residence at the
Library of Congress in
Washington and at the Juilliard
School of Music in New York.
The Juilliard String Quartets
first violinist, Robert Mann,
made his debut in 1941 and has
toured since then as soloist and
first violinist of the Albuquerque
Festival String Quartet. He has
recorded a number of works
including the Bartok Sonata for
Unaccompanied Violin.
Earl Carlyss, second violinist,
graduated from the Juilliard
School of Music in 1957 with
the schools highest award of
excellence. He made his
professional debut with the
Passadena Symphony, toured
Scandinavia twice, and was
concert master of the New York
City Ballet Orchestra.
SAMUEL RHODES,
composer as well as violinist, has
participated in the Marlboro
Music Festival in Vermont. He
has also been a member of the
Galimir String Quartet. Rhodes
received a Master of Fine Arts
degree from Princeton
University.
The quartets cellist, Claus
Adam, was bom of Austrian
parents in Indonesia. His first
professional appearance was
with a boys choir in Salzburg,
Austria. Adam, who is also an
acknowledged composer, came
to the United States where he
earned a philharmonic
scholarship.
Since the Juilliard String
Quartet began its activities in
1946, they have built up a
repertoire of 135 works, ranging
from the classics Haydn,
Mozart, Beethovan, and
Schubert; to the modems
Bartok, Webern, Schoenbert,
and Ginastera.
THEY PLAY many works by
American composers such as
Copland, Schuman, Sessions,
Piston and Carter.
The quartet spent the summer
of 1970 giving concerts
throughout Europe including
guest appearances at the Vienna
Festwochen the Lucerne
Festival, the Dubrovnki Festival
and the Prague Festival.
Highlights of the quartets
1970-71 season are Bartok
cycles in New York, Chicago,
University of California at
Berkeley, Library of Congress
and concerts with Pierre Rampal
and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau.
Further information about
the concert may be obtained by
Pro Arte Musica, P.O.
Box 11068, University Station,
Gainesville.

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Israel Appoints Dayan
To Confer With U.S.
MID EAST The Israeli
cabinet Sunday commissioned
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan
to discuss with U. S. officials in
Washington Israels terms for
resuming the U.N.-supervised
Middle East peace talks, it was
announced in Jerusalem.
The Arab world, meantime,
observed the feast of Eid al-Fitr,
marking the en fast of Ramadan, with calls for
Arab unity and steadfastness
against Israel..
But diplomatic sources in
Beirut said Libyan Prime
Minister Col. Moammar Khadafy
is grappling with a political
power struggle resulting from
growing distrust among the
young army officers who
brought him to power.
Reports from Khartoum
Saturday said Prime Minister
Maj. Gen. Jaafar Numeiry of the
Sudan also was beset by internal
problems.
Long List of Bills
Facing Congress
WASHINGTON A
far-ranging consumer protection
bill creating a federal agency to
evaluate products tops a
crowded congressional calendar
this week, with more debate on
Southeast Asia looming in the
background.
The consumer measure and a
much-expanded Housing and
Urban Development Bill are the
two major bills facing House
action as members return from a
brief Thanksgiving recess with
no prospect in sight for quick
adjournment. Most members are
resigned to remaining in town
until Christmas.
The legislative list facing the
lawmakers is so large and varied
it would constitute a respectable
program for the beginning of an
entire year. And as a result,
some of the bills still waiting in
line will probably die when the
91st Congress adjourns, most
likely the weekend before
Christmas.
Transport Plane
Missing In Vietnam
SAIGON U. S. military
spokesmen Sunday reported an
increase in fighting in South
Vietnam during the weekend,
causing at least 20 American
casualties, and said a C 123
transport plane with 79 allied
troops aboard is still missing.
A search for the twin-engine
transport plane, which
resumed
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weather. They declined to give
details about where the plane
had disappeared for security
reasons but said it carried 73
South Vietnamese and six
Americans.
One American was killed by a
sniper, spokesmen said, and the
other American casualties one
dead and 18 wounded were in
three clashes with Communist
units in widely scattered areas of
the country Saturday and
Sunday.
Brezhnev Denounces
Raids Over Vietnam
MOSCOW Leonid I.
Brezhnev, first secretary of the
Soviet Communist party,
denounced U. S. air raids over
North Vietnam as banditism
Sunday and described as
unprecedentally brazen the
American officials who ordered
them.
In a speech televised
nationally in the Soviet Union,
Brezhnev said North Vietnam
can further fully rely on the
Soviet Unions aid and support
for the war in Indochina.
Pope Leaves Manila,
Flies to Samoa
MANILA Pope Paul VI,
tired but exhilarated by an
enthusiastic reception during his
three-day stay in the Philippines,
left for Samoa and Australia
Sunday after spending his final
hours in Manila among the poor
in a shantytown slum.
The Popes special Alitalia
DCB jet took off at 7:27 p.m.
(6:27 a.m. EST) for the 10 hour
and 30 minute flight south of
the equator and across the
international date line to Pago
Pago where it will be Sunday
again.
Orbiting Telescope
Ready For Launch
CAPE KENNEDY The
countdown resumed on a
repaired rocket Sunday for the
launch late Monday of a large
automated space telescope
designed to give man his best
look yet at the universe.
The SB3 million Orbiting
Astronomical Observatory
(OAO), considered the nations
most complex unmanned
satellite, is scheduled to take off
at 5:30 p.m. EST Monday on a
high-powered Atlas-Centaur
rocket.
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space agency spokesman after
the launch team started the long,
two-day countdown for the
second time. The launch was
delayed from last Monday by
recurring troubles with a
gyroscope assembly in the
autopilot control system in the
Atlas first stage. A new
gyroscope was installed Friday
and tests showed it is
flight worthy.
Vote on Divorce Set
For Vote In Rome
ROME Parliament wound
up a stormy debate on Italys
controversial divorce bill Sunday
clearing the way for a final vote
Monday on both divorce and
new taxes.
The Chamber of Deputies met
in an extraordinary Sunday
session to urge last-minute
amendments to the bill which, if
passed, will make divorce
possible in Italy for the first
time since the days of Napoleon.
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EDITORIAL

Great Pumpkin
Votes 'No
Its a little late for Halloween.
But apparently University College Professor Herbert
Doherty doesnt think so.
His compromise proposal for restructuring UC is just a
disguised version of Dean Franklin Dotys original plan to
shuffle words and keep basic policy the same.
If this is compromise, we want none of it. But the way
we sec it, its a giant masquerade.
Thursday, the Doherty plan which is now the Curriculum
Committees proposal, comes before the University Senate.
The word from the Great Pumpkin is vote no.
The subject came from the Action Conferences
suggestions which led to two proposals for restructuring UC.
One plan was presented by Vice President Frederick
Conner. This proposal would terminate UC as we suffered
through it and approach general education in a new, and we
believe, a more progressive way.
Right on.
The other plan, Dean Dotys, would modify, but not
really change the present organization or philosophy of UC.
The University Curriculum Committee accepted neither,
but instead accepted a compromise which Doherty
presented on Oct. 8.
The University College Faculty Committee is now
supporting this proposal.
Members of the faculty committee are attempting to
personally contact all members of the senate in a last
desperate attempt to save University College.
Why?
Well one of their main reasons is the need for quality
education.
Far be it from us to argue with that. We see the need
around here every day.
That is why we are looking for an alternative to the
present system. And we just dont feel there is enough of
this essential difference offered by the University
Curriculum Committees proposal.
So Senators, Thursday when this proposal comes to the
floor we urge you to vote with the Great Pumpkin.
And we hope you will then ask for the opportunity to
vote for a plan which does offer an alternative the Conner
proposal.
Senators, its up to you.
Trick or Treat?

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The Biggest Gun
Uncle Sam has the biggest gun in the world.
The United States spent $79.8 billion for defense in
1969. I suppose that should make me feel secure, but it
doesnt.
It bothers me to see my money transformed into guns to
shoot people in Vietnam, or South America, or the Mideast.
People who are trying to free themselves.
It bothers me that $79.8 billion worth of iron and human
labor has to be squandered on implements of murder. That
labor and thbse resources might K&ve been used to grow*
food. Most of the people in this workfare hungry.
Its nice to know that if the Russians or the Chinese drop
enough bombs on us to kill us all three times, well still be
able to kill all of them four times. But is it worth it? If
youre out of a job because the government has to cut back
spending to counteract inflation brought on by too much
defense spending, does it matter how many Chinese Uncle
can kill for you?
1 suppose it is supposed to be reassuring to see the Gls
keeping the Vietnamese away from San Francisco. But who
says the Vietnamese want to come to San Francisco?
It costs to build bombs and kill Vietnamese. It costs us
blood,. and better schools, and sometimes food. I see
America sucked dry, an empty shell of ICBM missiles, ABM
missiles,guns. But Uncle, we wont let you drink our blood
forever. Soon you may have to turn the guns in.
Will Rawn
The Daily lowan

The
Florida
Alligator
The future is not a
gift: it is an achievement

The Love Generation

About a year ago, rock music
critic Albert Goldman wrote a
bitter, cynical essay about the
Youth Revolution, the Love
Generation, and other related
myths.
Goldman wrote that
youth-rock-love-peace revolution
was supposed to have started in
1967, the year of the Monterrey
Pop Festival and the Beatles
psy-CHEE-de-lic album.
SUPPOSEDLY, the revolution
reached its monumental climax
during the August, 69
Woodstock Festival, when nearly
half a million rock freaks,
chanting har krishna, got
zonked on Sullivan County
Smack and had ecstatic visions
of Alan Ginsberg reciting erotic
poems to Jean Genet.
The Age of Aquarius was
upon us: Peace will guide our
planet/And love will steer the
stars.
All the beer-drinking straights
were transformed into
grassy-eyed groupies; the frat
and sorority jerseys were
exchanged for tie-dye shirts and
blue bells.
HOPE was abundant.
Not so, wrote Goldman.
Woodstock was more of a
death knell than a festival of life;
it was the posthumous spasm of
a dream that had died stillborn.
Altamont and the
Weathermen were reflections of
the spirit of violence that was
the palpable perversion of the
altruism that was never realized.
And Goldman was right.
THE LIFE styles have not
changed.
Materialism is as prevalent
among the young as among the
middle-aged.
Those who have dropped
out still drive daddys Mustang
and still get their weekly checks
from home; after graduation, its
time to cut the hair and go into
the family business, with jacket
and tie, blue shirt, short hair,
and long sideburns.
The kiddies who bitch about
capitalism become pushers, a
good way to get rich and ruin
the lives of a lot of people who
need medical treatment. And
these super-materialistic dealers,
dangling the dope before the
junkie multitude, continue to
bitch about the exploitation
on the part of the capitalists.
LIKE STEPPENWOLF sings,
the pusher is a monster.
TTie Fillmores Bill Graham
recently told rock promoters not

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to take any hassle from rock
stars, whom Goldman considers
modem-day robber barons.
Graham refers specifically to
Mick Jagger, who is a spoiled
millionaire. And Jean-Luc
Godard considers Jagger a
revolutionary!
Street Fighting Man will
never sound the same again.
I SAW THE movie Joe
twice, and the more I think
about it, the more I sympathize
with Joe Curran and William
Compton, who ended the movie
by gunning down a bunch of
freaks who had stolen their
money.
All the slimy characters in the
movie are thriving in the Hippie
Ghetto. The pathetic girl, on the
verge of an OX)., is clinging to
her inconsiderate boyfriend
excuse me, her man.
F rank Russo is alive in
Gainesville ... and making a lot
of money.
The love-and-peace freaks are
the most self-centered,
despicable criminals of all, and
they prosper because the cretins
who depend upon them dont
realize how' much theyre being
used.
The groupies, the underage
runaways, the gimmick
worshippers continue to throw
themselves at the monsters,
masochistically begging to be
used.
BEGGING IS no longer
acceptable. Now the rip-off is
the acceptable substitute for
work. If you need food, rip it
off. If you need money, rip it
off.
Criminality has replaced love
as the order of the day.
Greed will guide our
planet/And theft will steer the~
stars.
CAPTAIN AMERICA

7 saw the movie Joe
twice, and the more I think
about it, the more I
sympathize with Joe Curran
and William Compton, who
ended the movie by gunning
down a bunch of freaks
who had stolen their
money

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portrayed by Peter Fonda in the
movie Easy Rider, said at the
end of the flick: We blew it.
Yes, my generation, the
under-25, Pepsi-Peace-Pot
Generation, has blown it. The
shabbiness, the emptiness of the
Melissa Comptons and the Frank
Russos, so prevalent today, bring
about a felling of nausea.
If this is what it means to be
hip, then reserve a place for me
in straight society.
WE ARE TOLD to stop the
academic grind, the business
grind: No more work-study-get
ahead-kill.
But we wind up ripping off
instead of working, studying
astrology, forming satanic cults,
and performing ritual murders.
Is Manson any better than My
Lai?
Max Lemer wrote that the
Weathermen, particularly
Bemadine Dohm, really admire
the Tate-La Bianca
murderers ... and the
We a t hermen think Straight
America is sick.
AS LERNER concluded, if
this is the new radicalism, then
give me an old-fashioned liberal
any time.
Perhaps I am overly cynical.
But I have seen and known too
many spaced-out zombies to be
able to appreciate the allegedly
alternative life style.
The author of Howl wrote
of seeing the best minds of my
generation destroyed. More
sadly, I have seen the loftiest
ideals of my generation mocked
and perverted; I have seen
Zarathustra crucified by those
who claimed to be his disciples.
Love and peace are still
needed, but perhaps* they will
have to go underground for the
time being.



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for sale
Typewrlter. Used Smith Corona
electric portable. SSO. Very good
condition. Call 372-7287. (A-4t-48-p)
18000 BTU Fedders air conditioner 2
yrs old. excellent condition, $l5O.
CALL 373-2602 or see at 304-1
Diamond Village (A-4t-48-p)
Mamiya C 33, only TLR with
interchangeable lenses, porrofinder,
grip, lens shade, 120 & 220 backs,
over $350. Hardly used $l5O.
378-3767, Bill (A-3t-48-p)
MENS TIES FOR SALE. Beat the
Christmas rush buy a tie. Some at
3/SIO.OO others $4.50 or $5.00 each.
Call Bob 378-4730 night. (A-st-46-p)
Vespa 1961 $60.00, runs very well,
looks crummy. Helmet Included. See
It on campus. Phone Williston
528-2771 or P.0.80x 487 Williston.
(A-3t-47-p)
S&W 357 Magnum Exc. Cond., only
30 rounds fired. Ammo, cleaning kit
Included sllO. Classic 12 Smith
Corona typewriter. S7O. 378-4598.
(A-3t-47-p)
Olin's Mobile Home Sales, Starke
Fla., Rt. 100 West has 1971 Skylines.
1 and 2 bedrooms furnished for
$3195 set up and delivered. Bank
financing. (A-30t-47-p)
Custom made electric guitar. Fully
sueded backing extra Gibson bridge
plus a plush hard case. Must be seen.
Cali Billy 373-1138. $150.00
(A-3t-47-p)
Guns Guns Guns
* Inventory over 450. Buy
Sell Trade Repair. .*
4 Reloading supplies. Custom
w reloading. Harry Beckwith,
* gun dealer, Micanopy.
* 466-3340.
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s3O; Guitar s3O; Radio ss.
Call 373-2581 after 6 PM.
(A-st-47-p)
65 Honda 337 New carb. Engine
recently rebuilt tool-klt, helmet
included tight machine S4OO or best
offer. Call 376-4895. (A-st-46-p)
Citrus Club Fruit Sale give a box
for Xmas or Thanksgiving 40 lb. box
grapefruit $3.50 oranges or mixed
$4. 392-1996 or drop by Rm. 1177
McC. Hal. (A-st-46-p)
ROBERTS 770 X Tape recorder
last week $375 now $275 or best
offer. Rem. 44 Mag. bolt action rifle
K-4 scope rifle bag $l5O Call
378-8676 Doug Altman
(A-4t-46-p)
1970 MOBILE HOME 12 X 54 Near
new Special $360. Others 964-5606
Starke 378-8490. (A-st-45-p)
Irregulars & seconds Beautiful sheets
towels and pillowcases 103 SE First
St. Sheet & Towel Shop (A-20t-31-p)
PEACE TAGS Replica of Gl dog
tags, but show only peace sign, $1
set. J. Makula, P.O. Box 7347,
Tampa, FI. 33603. (A-st-49-p)
VOLVO great transportation. SSOO.
Bob 378-7479.
Quality 8-Track Tape Catridge
recording. Figure the great savings
accumulate 4 tape & sth Is FREE (2)
of your albums $6 Inc. cartridge
averages to only $2.40 per album.
Why pay more? 378-5916 John 4-8
p.m. (A-st-49-p)
STEREO SPEAKERS matched set
Electro Voice high performance
12-inch speakers. Call Dave,
378-7479 for details.
Triumph 650 custom. A flawless
machine. Last week in Gvllle 5,000
miles on engine. All aluminum,
chrome, very fast, 2 helmets.
378-7872. SI,OOO. (A-st-49-p)
Stereo 70 watt solid state Eico Amp,
matching FM in perfect condition,
both for $l5O. 373-3890. (A-3t-49-p)
Electronics Hobbyists . FREE bag
of parameters to all who stop by.
Technical Assistance Unlimited. 717
N.W. First St. (A-st-49-p)
Packard Beil Home Entertainment
set. Garrard record changer B&W TV,
AM/FM stereo receiver, walnut
cabinet. Excellent condition. $175,
372-5483. (A-3t-49-p)
1968 HONDA 305 Scrambler set up
for enduros, plastic fenders, 322 cc,
400-19 knobby, also have the lights
and ail parts for street use including
chrome fenders, extra sprokets, and
mlsc. parts, $400.00 376-1824.
(A-2t-49-p)
FROM wall to wall, no soil at all,on
carpets cleaned with Blue Lustre.
Rent electric shampooer sl. Electric
upholstery shampoos also
Lowry Furniture Co. (A-tfc)
FOR RENT
Sublet 1 bedroom furn. apt.,
AC/heat, pool. Avail. Dec. 15.
Couples only, no pets. Call 372-0736
between 4 PM & 11 PM. (B-st-45-p)
Beer Tavern with Built in Bar-B-Q
Pit. Rent or lease. Phone 376-6793
anytime. (B-st-45-p)
3 girls needed to sublet apt. at Univ.
Gardens. $47.50 ea. Starts Jan. 1
June. Call 378-6183. (B-4t-47-p)

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FOR RENT
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and heat, quiet neighborhood.
Available In Dec. $155/mo. call
378-3104 anytlme.(B-st-47-p)
ROOMS for single male students for
winter and spring quarter. One block
from campus. $45/mo. Call Dave or
Rick, 373-3924 after 7 PM
(B-st-46-p)
Sublet, 1 bedroom, furn. apt., $l2O
month, spacious, private patio, ideal
for couple or two roommates.
AC/heat. Call 376-2275 after 5 PM
(B-6t-48-p)
Sublet 3 bdrm. furn. house. Jan-June;
A/C, V 2 blk from campus; $165 per
mo.; Call 373-2104 after 5:30 PM.
(B-4t-48-p)
Sublet Hawaiian Village 2 bedroom
fiat. AC, pool and dishwasher. $220 a
month. Call 378-1217 anytime.
(B-st-48-p)
MUST SUBLET Bedroom for 2,
private bathroom, air cond.,
dishwasher, pool, tennis ct., Will take
LOSS. Jim or Tom 373-2384.
(B-2t-48-p)
Live in the lap of luxury! One
roommate needed for The Place for
Jan. 1. Call 372-5942. (B-st-47-p)
Sublet apt. Dec. College Terrace Apt.
across street from campus. Call
378-7434. WANTED
Do you need a home? We need you!
Call Cindy 378-6592. $47.50 mo.
Landmark. Female. (C-st-47-p)
Roommate needed immed. Fredrick
Garden Apts. $42.50 mo. heated
pool, air cond. Call 376-0803.
(C-st-47-p)
2 Female roommates needed for a
penthouse apt. at The Place. Starting
Winter quarter private bedrooms SBO
a mo. Including utilities. Call
373-4345. (C-3t-47-p)
I need a place to stay for the winter
quarter. Graduate in March. Call
Doug. Ph. 372-6002 (C-3t-48-p)
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed for
Landmark Apt. 50 for Winter Qtr.
AC, TV, $47.50 + utilities. Call
376-7693 after 5:30 PM. (C-6t-48-p)
Come again I 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-Bt-44-p)
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December rent paid. 378-3989 after
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Mancha Apt. 36. $75/mo. inc.
utilities & private bedroom. Dec. rent
free. Call 378-6716 or stop by office.
(C-st-47-p)
Female roommate wanted for French
Quarter apt. $51.25/mo. Available as
soon as desired. Call 373-3539
Female Roommate wanted share apt.
Winter and Spring term. Summit
House $65/mo. Call 378-8133.
(C-3t-47-p)
1 female roommate, 2 bedroom, 2
bath. Now thru June. $46.25 +
utilities. Call POLLY 372-1854
(evenings). (C-st-49-p)
Male roommate wanted for winter
quarter, for new 2 bedroom trailer,
own room, SBO/mo. + V 2 utilities. Call
378-0733 after 5 PM. (C-st-49-p)
Temporary help required in the field
of accounting, typist, clerks, stenos,
secretaries, PBX opers, laborers,
inventory, truck & equipment
operators, landscaping, sales clerks &
other MANPOWER INC. 637 N.W.
13th St. (Midas Muffler Shop) or
phone 376-5388. (C-2t-49-p)
Need 1 room In house close to
campus. Will pay around 50/mo.
Access to kitchen. Share utilities. Call
Frank at 376-9271. (C-st-49-p)
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Female roommate to sublet 2 br. apt.
Winter & Spring qtr. Air-cond. t ,pool,
bus to campus. $39 + V* util. Call Pat
378-9430. (C-3t-49-p)
Female roommate needed for
Landmark Apt. 95 Winter and Spring
quarters. $47.50 per mo. Call
378-4404. (C-2t-49-p)
Wanted two roommates girls French
Quarter Apts. 59. Call Susie or Cathi
373-4282 or Janice or Shelly
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immediately. Landmark 97. $47.50
heated AC pool sauna dishwasher.
Live in luxury. Call Joy only. After
5:00 372-8252. (C-3t-49-p)

JUL $ STEAK HOUSED
FEATURING CHUCK WAGON STEAKS FROM 99c
OPEN 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM -7 Days Weekly
Westgate Shopping Center PHONE 378-3320
3321 W. University Ave. Gainesville, Florida
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for Shawnee's special youth fare. Just bring us
identificattow showing proof Os age and you'll get
your ticket l for* 25% off regular rates. There'i hdr plaice
like home'kin* iw better way to get there than oii ;K
Shawnee... .where you don't have to pay to fly for
less.
For reservation information see your travel agent or
call Shawnee Airlines in Gainesville, 378-1633
SHM/NEE AIRLINES
The convenient commuter.
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WANTED
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A/C, pool, three bloc from campus.
$46 mo. Prefer Law or grad student.
Call 378-0733 between 5 and 7.
(C-st-49-p)

Monday, November 30, 1970, The Florida Alligator,

HELP WANTED
PT X-ray Tech, needed by Alachua
Gen. Hosp., on-call, day nursery for
pre-schoolers while you work. Call
372-4321 x 365. (E-10t-45-p)
Now hiring team leaders for new
46-bed Nursing Unit at Alachua
General Hospital. Salary based on
education and experienced. Call
372-4321-227. (E-6t-49-p)
COLUMBIA RECORDS
PROMOTIONS MGR. $75 per mo.
Jr. BUS or JOUR major this Is a
fantastic job for the right person. Call
Steve at 373-2687. (E-2t-49-p)
HELP WANTED: Bookkeeper
Bright, ambitious person wanted for
rapidly growing construction
company. Send resume to P.O. Box
312, Gainesville. (E-st-49-p)
HOMEWORKERS. Address
envelopes. Send stamped envelope &
25 cents to GWL Enterprises. 640
Cobb St., Athens, Ga. 30601.
(E-4t-49-p)
AUTOS
# e***e*a # ****# ***# # **#****"#*
1961 Comet 6 cyl. automatic
dependable transportation. $l5O or
best offer. Call Chuck 468-1203 after
6. (G-3t-48-p)
1970 BMW 2002 Automatic with sun
roof. One owner, low mileage.
Excellent condition. $2950. Call
372- (G-st-47-p)
Must Sell 11 1964 Olds Holiday 88.
Full power, factory air, tuned last
week .. great shape. BEST OFFER!
378-5430 evenings. (G-3t-46-p)
63 BLUE STUDEBAKER,
Mechanically perfect, new paint,
reliable transport, $350 cash or best
offer, 378-1217. (G-3t-46-p)
1968 Flat B5O Spider convertible.
21,000 miles. Radio. New Paint. Call
Alachua 462-1245 or 462-2887.
(G-Bt-47-p)
Ford Galaxie Fastback. Air,
powersteering, radio, heater, stereo,
low mileage, new tires, $1,850. Call
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Chevrolet Impala 65 4-dr hardtop
automatic V-8 power steering radio
heater new tires shocks excellent
condition $795. 378-0179,
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Tutoring for Spanish courses. Will
tutor any required basic courses.
Spanish native. For appointment call
Vic 378-4574. (J-st-46-p)
Good deal on beautiful engagement
wedding ring set. Cost $250.00
when new, sold to best offer. Call
Sue Barnett at 373-4250 after 5:00.
(J-st-47-p)
Does the student senate reflect the
views of students? Put the senate to
the test call 372-1820 12 PM 8
AM. Mack Tyner can help you issue
your challenge. Frustrations are too
big and numerous these days to try
to hold them. Share a gripe today!
(J-st-47-p)
Hate to cook? Too poor for an apt?
CLO has openings for the winter
quarter. $195/qt for room and board.
Call Vince at 376-9473 (J-22t-30-p)
Co Eds Facial Hair removed forever,
fast, low-cost gentle hair removal.
Edmund Dwyer, Electrologist ....
102 N.W. 2nd Ave. Call 372-8039 for
appointment. (J-31tfc)
The Rolling Stone, Crawdaddy,
Rampprts, East Village Other, Tarot
Cards and Books now at Demians
Leathers/Laurents Books. (J-6t-48-p)
Its a coop. It*s a craftsmans outlet.
Its original. It'S non-profit. It*
something Gainesville has needed. It'S
downtown. It* The Gainesville
Artisans Market. 105 W. Univ. Ave.
Open Mon-Sat and 1-7 on
ideal date. Special fritrodwctory price:
Now serving leading colleges and
universities throughout the U.S.
Write: National Cybernetic*, Box
221, Durham, N.C. 27702
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members of the opposite sex at U.F.
All dates in Gainesville. Free details
write: Nationwide Dating Service,
P.O. Box 77346, Atlanta. Ga. 30309.
(J-15t-41*p)
FREE KITTENS for Xmas also,
MATH TUTORING catch up now
for finals grad student call
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Christmas is coming. Finals are too:
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Stop! Read this! Two lucky lasses
needed to make an apt. a home: over
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PERSONAL
Wanted. Scientific American old
issues 1968 & 1969. Will pay. Please
phone 378-9140 after 5 p.m.
weekdays or Sat. & Sun. (J-2t-49-p)
THANKS for leaving my bike. I hope
you and my lock are very happy
together whoever you are! Desire.
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LOST brown leather shoulder purse
at Temptations show. Call 378-4647.
Reward. (L-4t-48-p)
Light blue wallet missing from
Mallory Hall. Reward no questions
asked. Only want IDs and pics. Call
392-9132. Please!!! (L-2t-49-p)

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electrical systems tested and repaired.
Auto Electric Service, 1111 S. Main,
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OPTICIANS at 519 SW 4th Ave.
across from Greyhound Bus Station.
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STUDENT BASKETBALL TICKET
INFORMATION 1970-71 SEASON
Students may pick up tickets for the first six (6) basketball
games during the week of November 30 through December
4,1970 at Gate 13, East Stadium from 1 P.M. to 5 P.M.
Students must present validated fee card and picture I.D. at
this time.
Windows will again be open during the week of January 4
through January 8 for ticket pick-up for the remaining
home games. After this week all remaining tickets will be
made available to students and general public on the day of
the game on a first come-first served basis. Students may
pick their tickets up at Gate 13 beginning at 5 P.M. through
half-time as long as tickets are available.
The general public may purchase tickets at the ticket
windows in the lobby of the Florida Gym beginning at 5
P.M. through half-time.
Adults $2.00 Students SI.OO
Due to the limited seating capacity of Florida Gym
students are urged to pick up their tickets during the we*k
of November 30 and again during the week of January 4 in
order to avoid standing in line the day of the game.
December 1 Samford
7 Houston
21 Northwestern
l 23 Famm ***> tit mi A H s
January 2 Auburn M ifcA k L %
4 Vanderbilt £
14 Mississippi State
25 Mississippi
February 10 L.S.U. **
13 Kentucky
15 Tennessee
27 Georgia
March 1 West Virginia
6 Alabama
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Game Time 7:45 P.M.
Freshman 5:30 P.M.
Schedule cards are available at the main ticket office and
also at Gate 13.
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Guaranteed accuracy and neatness.
Electric typewriter. $.50 per page.
Phone 378-7493 anytime. Good
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NY. Term papers, theses,
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PEACE
Student Government would like to take this opportunity to wish all students good luck on their finals
and a happy holiday season. We hope that the New Year will bring PEACE throughout the world.
EAG Meeting
The Environmental Action Group will meet Tuesday Dec. 1.
Secretary II Position Open
* A Secretary II position is now open in Student Govt. Apply in room 305 J. Wayne Reitz Union or call
392-1665.
Student Lobby
If you are interested in either finding students for or actually participating in a student lobby to
Tallahassee contact student govt, after Thanksgiving, 392-1665.
Book Exchange
On Dec. 8, 9,10, from 1:00-4:00 P.M. you may bring your books to room 306 Reitz Union to be sold
the Ist week of next quarter. The sale will last from Jan. 4-8, Mon.Fri. 1:00-5:00 P.M.
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Student Directories
Students living in dorms will receive one (1) per room from your area office. Fraternities and sororities
will have directories delivered to your houses one per room. Off-Campus students may pick-up a
directory Tuesday Friday from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. from Student Government, Rm. 300 J.
Wayne Reitz Union.
Fla. Players Present
For the first time in the H.P. CONSTANS THEATRE the Florida Players will present AN EVENING
OF PANTOMIME (AND OTHER THINGS).
The mime skits will portray, without words, such scenes as "a student taking an examination," "the
building of a pizza," and "the skin diver and the fish."
The evening promises to be filled with fun and entertainment. Don't Miss Itl Come and relax and
laugh your worries away!
AN EVENING OF PANTOMIME (AND OTHER THINGS)
H.P. CONSTANS THEATRE
8-P.IV. December 1,2, S 3
Student tickets: 25 cents
General Public Tickets: 75 cents
No reserved seats.
Budget Deadlines Approach
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Any chartered Student Government organization wishing to sub mit a budget request for the 1971-72
school year should be advised that the hearings will be held next quarter. All budgets must be
submitted to John Dodson no later than Dec. 1.
Gallup, Harris, And Now Pulse
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Project Pulse, the campus polling project is now underway. Any organization on campus interested in
conducting a poll concerning any aspect of campus life can use this service. The parties should contact
Harry Rose at 376-9533 for details.
Blue Shield On Campus
Blue Cross-Blue Shield Insurance Identification Cards may be picked up Nov. 30th and Dec. 1, from
the Student Service Booth across from the Hub.
Volunteers Needed For ODK
ODK Course and Teacher Evaluation needs your help to evaluate courses for next quarter. If you're
willing to participate, come to the Student Activities desk on the third floor at the Union anytime and
let us know.
ALL STUDENT GOVERNMENT CABINET AND STAFF DESIRING SPACE IN THE CAMPUS CRIER, MUST HAVE
THEIR INFORMATION IN THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICE BY THURSDAY AFTERNOON, 5:00 OF EACH
WEEK IN ORDER FOR IT TO APPEAR IN MONDAY'S CAMPUS CRIER. THANKS,
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CUMMINS KICK BLOCKED BY WILLIAMS

Saturday was a game of fumbles, interceptions, blocked
punts and blocked kicks. In the picture above, Danny
Williams (70) has blocked a field goal attempt by Miami's
Mike Cummins in the second quarter. Williams and

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By 4th Period Drop

The Gators were driving with
less than a minute remaining in
the game against the University
f Miami Saturday when
quarterback John Reaves tried a
screen pass to the right side to
his tailback Tommy Durrance.
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touchdown, but he dropped the
ball.
"I took my eyes off it,"
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following the game. "The play
was open all day and we thought
it would work again."
Jim Getzen then came unto
the field on the next play to
attempt a 25-yard field goal. It
went wide left.

defensive tackle Alan Cole (68) had crashed through the
Miami line to get in position to block the kick. Williams
recovered the loose ball moments later.
This kick wasn't the only one blocked. Miami had

The
Florida
Alligator

Alligator photographer Phil Cope caught Florida
flanker Willie Jackson running from the ball in the
shot below.
in actuality, Chuck Foreman (32) of Miami broke
the pass up by just tipping the ball away with his
hand.
It was this kind of day for the Gators, missing by
inches. The first Hurricane touchdown was on a

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MONDAY,,

another field goal attempt blocked and Florida had its
first punt of the year blocked.
PHOTOS BY PHIL COPE AND TOM KENNEDY

plunge which made it only a second effort by
running back Tom Sullivan.
Tommy Durrance seemingly caught a pass in the
fourth quarter, but officials ruled his out-of-bounds,
again missing by inches.
The entire season has been just that way with the
Gators always inches away from something great.

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, Th Florida Alligator, Monday, Novambor 30,1970

Kichefski: Gator Meat Is Delicious

By CHRIS LANE
Alligator Staff Writer
University of Miamis interim
head football coach Walt
Kichefski left Florida Field with
a full stomach Saturday
afternoon.
Gator meat is still as
delicious now as it was back in
1938, he blared from his perch
high atop the shoulders of two
members of his jubikmt
Hurricane squad.
A SHOULDER-HIGH ride is
somewhat of a rarity for
Kichefski, whose team now has
an embarrassing 3-7 record. But,
Saturdays victory seemed to
mean a little more for the
Canes.
I feel that it was one of the
greatest efforts put forth by a
Miami ball club, Kichefski said.
KICHEFSKI, a player and
coach at the UM since 1937,
credited quarterback Kelly
Cochrane for an outstanding
performance.
Id have to call it his best
performan edr ig his two year
career at !.uami, boasted
Kichefski. He had a fine day
directing the team.
Cochrane agreed that he had

Wrestlers Open With Victory

Special to the Alligator
A powerful Florida wrestling
team flexed its muscles in its
opening match last week rolling
over the University of Tampa by
a score of 35-5. The Gators won
eight of nine matches in their
season opener in the Spartan
gym.
Florida was awarded a five
point forfeit in the 118 pound
weight class when the Tampa
lightweight tipped the scales
over the allowed poundage. Jon
Barres, wrestling at 142 pounds,
downed Spartan Dave Plastisted
in a match decided by riding
time, 8-7. Florida 150-pounder
Chet Sanders decisioned Randy
Cyman 7-0, and at 167 pounds,
Gator Mike Shewmaker defeated
Lou Mancusi, 11-4. Spartan
Mike Brown bowed to
177-pounder Chris Corder, 8-0,
and Floridas Doug lannarelli
outlasted Milton Byrd of Tampa,
14-3.
THREE GATORS collected
victories on falls in; their first

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a pretty good day.
I played better than I played
all year and called my best
game, he said. I felt like I
motivated the team like I
should.
COCHRANE said the
Hurricanes, listed as 24-point
underdogs against the Gators,
wanted to beat Florida bad.
Weve never had that feeling on
the sideline or in the locker
room before.
He added that team spirit has

regular season match. Jack
Marshall pinned Tampas Bruce
Parker after four minutes of
wrestling in their 126-pound
match. Floridas Dave Rothman
needed only 1:34 to put Elliot
Blitz on his back, and freshman
Bob Penna pinned Rick
Randolph in 4:22 in the
167-pound class.
Floridas only defeat came
when Spartan Ed Cooper pinned

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a lot to do with winning games.
If youre losing, you never give
up, he said.
A veteran Miami sports writer
said prior to the game that if
Doug Dickey had a heart, he
would play only his third string
against the Hurricanes. Dickey
never had the chance.
KICHEFSKI, whose Canes
were mauled by Syracuse 56-16
last week, called Florida the
best weve faced all year.
John Reaves is as fine a
passer as weve met all season,
he said. Florida had the finest
execution of any team we faced
Thoroughbred Duo
Play No Perfecta
Saturdays UM-UF clash
meant a little more to Hurricane
Steve Gaunt and Gator Gene
Conrad. The two were
teammates while attending
Hialeah High School.
Gaunt was tight end and
Conrad played at fullback for
the Thoroughbreds. Gaunt said,
however, they didnt have
anything riding on the games
outcome.

Don Zorich in a hard-fought
battle at heavyweight.
The victory, termed a sweet
one by Coach Keith Tennant,
was Floridas first test in a 20
match season. The Gator
matmen travel to Athens Dec.
18 to meet the Georgia Bulldogs,
where they will be looking to
avenge last seasons 24-14 loss to
Georgia, their only loss of last
season.

this year.
Thursday, Kichefski stared at
his Thanksgiving turkey, carving

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knife in hand and muttered, I
sure wish this was Gator meat.
Kichefeki got his wish.



UF Bowl Chance Died Earlier In Year

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Floridas bowl chances were
laid to a rest v Saturday when
placekicker Jim Getzen missed
two kicks, one an extra point
attempt that went wide and a
25-yard Field goal that would
have won the game.
But actually, Floridas post
season game chances were halted
back in September when the
Gators just edged Duke 21-19 in
the Gator Bowl. It was Carlos
Alvarezs punt return for a
touchdown in the fourth quarter
that saved the game.
GAME BY GAME these
things stood out in my mind:
. After Alvarezs punt
return in the Duke game,
everyone thought the Gators
would be Southeastern
Conference champs, Finally.
... The midnight drive back
from the Gator Bowl to
Gatorville to no one. The game
was played a week before school
opened.
...A 34-13 ROMP of
Mississippi State in the First
home game of the season.
Florida is unstoppable.
... Alabama. A rotten place
to visit and worse to live,
following a 46-15 awakening.

Florida Soccer Club Closes Year
With 5-0 Shutout Over Santa Fe

The Gator Soccer Club
trounced Santa Fe Jr. College
5-0, at Fleming Field last week,
in the last game of this quarter.
The near freezing temperature
as the game got under way did
not seem to bother the Gators.
In the twelfth minute, Stewart
McLaren picked up a loose ball
about mid-field, and shot the
opening goal from 30 yards.
Two minutes later Sergio
Monterio pushed the ball
through to McLaren, who shot
his team into a two goal lead.
KEVIN SUFFERIN made it
three with a snap-shot which
swerved away from Santa Fes
goalkeeper. Just prior to

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The beginning of the end for the
Gators.
...That long 12 hour drive
with three other Alligator
members in a Volkswagen to
Alabama.
... MEETING THE one and
only Paul Bear Bryant
following that loss. Well, another
9-1-1 season is still possible.
... North Carolina State and
back home in Florida Field. We
won, we won. Although only
14-6, a win is a win is a win.
...Rival Florida State, and
Florida looked impressive. The
Gators may not lose another
game this year. Their offense
and defense are hitting its stride.
... MY FIRST FLIGHT in a
single engine plane to
Tallahassee.
... The cramped quarters of
the locker room at FSIFs
Campbell Stadium.
... Tennessee in two weeks.
If Florida can beat Richmond,
and then the Volunteers, they

half-time the Gators were
awarded a free kick about 40
yards from Santa Fes goal.
McLaren quickly slipped a pass
to Monterio who cleverly flicked
the ball over several defenders to
Mike Hayns who shot the Gators
fourth goal.
Eleven minutes after the start
of the second-half, Steve Meyer
completed the scoring for the
Gators, leaving the visiting
goalkeeper no chance with his
well placed shot.
The 5-0 win was the teams
eighth victory in a row, and
brings the Gators record to
8-1-1. During the ten games
played this quarter, the team has

can still go 9-1 and maybe even
10-1.
. . THE SPIDERS of
Richmond fall 20-0. We were
looking for that shutout all
year, all-SEC defender Jack
Youngblood said after the game.
What happened to that 1969
scoring power?
... A ride to Knoxville thanks
to Doug Shearer and his rented
single-engine plane, a boat ride
from the airport to the stadium,
an elevator ride to the press
box, and a bum voyage home
after Tennessee demolished the
Gators 38-7.
... Florida can still win nine
games this year, but Auburn is
next week at home.
... AUBURN.
... Back on the winning track
against Georgia. Reaves sure
showed his hecklers that he
could win when the chips were
down. A bowl chance? The
Gators must win the remaining
games on the schedule.
... Florida may go to a bowl.
First the Peach Bowl was
interested, then the Liberty, but
the Gators still need two more
victories.

scored 34 goals and lost 11. The
club will continue playing when
school resumes in January.

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... Miami and anything could
happen in this contest. Blocked
Field goals, blocked punts, and a
missed field goal made and
broke Florida. Sorry to see the
season end like that.
In comparison to the 1969
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and Gator Bowl champs, this
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of the season last year was a
touchdown pass to Alvarez. This
year the third play was an
interception.
Alvarez had 88 receptions last
year and was first team
everything. This year with a sore
knee that experts said would
keep him out all season, Alvarez
caught 44 passes, half the total
from the year before.
Well, basketball starts
Tuesday night and Florida may
be good there.

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