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Vol. 63, No. 56

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YAF Favors
Meg/// Tenure
By CARLOS J. LICE A
otfliT writer
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Dr. Kenneth Megili, controversial UF Philosophy instructor,
has received backing from an unlikely segment of the student
body, the Young Americans for Freedom (YAF), to receive
tenure at UF.
Fred Vollrath, a member of the conservative student
organization, said the organization met Tuesday night and voted
to recommend tenure be gran ted,to Megili.
IT WAS DECIDED that YAF would endorse Megili for
tenure, Vollrath said. Because YAF decided that Megili is one
of the few radical professors that that has managed to divorce
the classroom from demagogury.
He does not use his classroom as a platform for his own
political belief, he said, he separates what he says on the plaza
(of the Americas) from his classroom time. He does espouse a
political philosophy and the two are sometimes connected.
Vollrath indicated the controversial instructor does not
retaliate against students who disagree with him, by
shortchanging their grades.
HE SAID Megili also has the unanimous support of his
department to retain tenure and it is a matter of self
preservation; one of the basic tenants of conservatism and
libertarian beliefs is that people are entitled to divergent views.
YAF finds most of Dr. Megills personal political philosophy
(SEE 'MEGILL' PAGE 3)

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Patience and fortitude vwre the key words
describing those who participated in the battle of
the punch-card some for their first go-around
during registration Monday. Hovwver, the lines

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Florida Alligator

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

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University of Florida, Gainesville

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I Revitalized F-Club
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To Replace League

By CHUCK KELLER
Alligator Sports Editor
The much debated Florida
League of Athletes, in its second
month of life, heard its death
knell Tuesday when flanker
Carlos Alvarez and head football
coach Doug Dickey agreed that
League activity should be
replaced by an improved
lettermans club.
Alvarez, temporary chairman
of the League, readied the
decision after several discussions
with Dickey, John Parker,
League originator and student
advisor, and other League
members.
WITH THE dissolved League,
which was formed last
November, it was agreed that the
F-Club for lettermen would be
revitalized toward the purposes
expounded by the League.
The F-Club will be
revitalized and assisted by a
councilwhichwill fairly represent
all athletes and their coaches,
Dickey said. This council is
now in the planning stages.
The League, conceived as the
Union of Florida Athletes, was
formed to provide more
effective communication
between athletes, coaches and
public and better representation
in athlete-Athletic Association
meetings.
I THINK the bad and
misleading publicity surrounding
the formation of this group has
hurt the University, Alvarez
said. This was not the intention
when the League was formed,
and we dont want to give the
impression our athletic program

I It would be bad to think that
fIHBfIHHt we acted out of threats. That would
be the worst way to force us to
The F-Club will be revitalized
and assisted by a council that will
fairly represent all athletes and Hjf
DICKEY

has internal coach-athlete
trouble. This is absolutely not
true.
The planned final meeting of
the League is expected sometime
next week by Parker, who
believed that nobody cajoled
Alvarez into the move.
It would be bad to think
that we acted out of direct
threats, Parker said Wednesday.
That would be the worst way
to force us to act.
DICKEY TALKED to Alvarez
last Monday and Tuesday before
they jointly told the football
team, at a regular off-season
session, that the League would
be replaced by the heretofore
listless letteimans club.
Dickey said that the F-Club is
a long-standing club on campus
with many of the same goals
claimed by the League.
Were assuming that the rest
of the League will go along with
it at the next meeting because it
is something along the lines that
we had before, Parker said.
Essentially its the same thing
but its going through the
letterman club.
UNDERLYING THORNS in
the leagues life were the twisted
publicity and reports in the news

Fire Guts Anderson

A fire raged through the
second and third floors of
Anderson Hall Wednesday night
causing an undetermined
amount of damage before the
Gainesville Fire Department
brought the blaze under control
shortly before 10 pm.
The fire originated in a
lighting fixture in Room 203
and then spread through the
paneling to the third floor, the
fire department said.
There was no explosion, no

Thursday, January 7, 1971

media, according to sports
publicity director Norm Caiison.
(SEE 'LEAGUE' PAGE 3)
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Alvarez

Statement
I don't think the Florida
League of Athletes bowed down
to the athletic department. It
was a matter of compromise, a
matter of solving problems. I
think we are both working to
benefit the university.
I am satisfied with the
agreement. It was a mutual
agreement between Coach
Dickey and myself.
I think the FLA got what it
wanted accomplished.
The only thing I regret is the
John Parker trouble, and the
misconceptions people had
about him and the league. I hope
one day people realize that he
was only trying to help athletics
at this university.
My involvement with the
league was a matter of doing
what I thought was right.

bombs, no gas. and no arson,
said Sgt. Jessie Lee of the
University Police Department
who reported the Maze to the
local fire department.
Sterling Watson, a student,
discovered the fire while sitting
* on the third floor.
Several typewriters, files and
books were salvaged by students
assisting the campus police
department before the power
had to be turned off.



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Regents Consider Student Tuition Raise

By MIKE CAHLIN
Alligator Staff Writer
Tuition in all Florida state
universities may be increased
anywhere from $ 15-SSO for the
fall quarter starting next school
year.
The Board of Regents has
already discussed this and a final
decision will be reached at its
next meeting, February 1, in
Orlando.
REASONS FOR THIS include
that universities are in critical
shape for buildings said
Hendrix Chandler, Corporate
Secretary of the Florida Board

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of Regents.
There are no programs in the
making that will add the
enrollment increase from 74,000
students this fall to an expected
180,000 in 1980.
Also, at present there are no
programs for building at Florida
and Florida State University or
for remodeling some of the
40-50 year old buildings.
CHANDLER EXPECTS the
increase in tuition will only be
sls a quarter.
The other ten will go for
student loans and scholarships.
There are many students who
are attending state universities

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themselves. Umbrellas, raincoats,
newspapers and books were in
order for the uncomfortable
human species. A duck, though,
must have his own built-in
rainwear to be so comfortable
and happy in the downpour.
Perhaps this is where die phrase
'foul weather' comes from.

whose parents yearly income is
less than $5,000, Chandler said.
THE BOARD OF
REGENTS can not actually
put this increase into law though
upon their recommendation to
the Florida legislature such a law
would probably be approved,
according to Student Body
President Steve Uhlfelder.
There has been no state
general revenue for the building
of state universities, junior
colleges, and vocational
technical schools since 1963,
Chandler said, and all the
money that has been used is
through Higher Education
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The old administration has
done nothing and there doesnt
seem that there is much
likelihood for any revenue from
the next legislature, so theres no
other way to do it.
IF THE INCREASE in tuition
is agreed upon by the board, the
legislature will vote on it April 6.
Uhlfelder feels that the
increases are due to the states
ineffective tax structure and also
to a certain extent public
backlash to last years student
uprising across the country.
The state has not provided
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WHEN THE LEGIS LEGISLATURE
LATURE LEGISLATURE needs money, they
dont care what the students
need. Unfortunately, this
increase will go through though
its only a temporary means of
solving the problem. The only
thing we can do is try to keep it
(the increase) down, he said.
If the increase is passed, it will
include all state supported
universities in Florida. This
increase will also effect all law
students who are already paying
$175 a quarter tuition.



WUFT Community Oriented

By TOM NELSON
Alligator Writer
Sometimes that self important
gas bag that we call our self
needs deflating, so we can see
other folks. Mine was properly
punctured by Mark Damen,
program director of the
university television station
WUFT.
Fm a broadcasting major
(part-time reporter) and I was
fed up. Who watches Channel 5
anyway? I sure didnt, none of
my friends did. Do you? Hell no.
It was the programming,
Sunshine Almanac, Report 5,
Teacher to Parent. Who wants to
watch that kind of stuff? By
God, I would write a story
exposing the whole sorry mess.
- PROPERLY OUTRAGED, I
stamped over to the stadium and
up to the third floor, straight to
the program directors office. I
was loaded for bear, no use
messing around, I would start at
the top and muckrake my way
down.
Foxy though, I started with
his secretary by getting a list of
all the locally produced
programs. I hadnt even heard of
some of them. All the better, I
smirked silently, if I havent
heard of them nobody has.
Next was Damen himself with
firm hand shake and pleasant
maimer; he remembered me as a
crew member on one of his
shows. Cant let that sway me,l

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totally repugnant; he is entitled to his beliefs even though we
dont feel his political philosophy is going to be discredited by
silencing him.
It is going to be discredited in the open market place of
ideas, he added.
VOLLRATH SAID the conservative element on campus is
strong enough to deal with Megill without any aid from the
Board of Regents or the state legislature.
We certainly would not like to see political beliefs as a
criteria for determining tenure.
Megill was not available for comment Wednesday night as the
Alligator went to press.

Student Senate
Meets Tonight
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Student Senate meets tonight
at 7:30, room 349, Reitz Union.
Attendance is compelled, which
means absence requires
automatic removal.
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by a record 19 per cent in 1969
to a total of $lO billion, the
Ministry of Economic Affairs
reports.
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thought, All the news thats fit
to print, thats my motto.
After some introductory banter
I got down to business.
WHATS WRONG With local
programm" g; nobody I know
watches it, I asked coldly.
His arvwer was quick and
guileless. We know we have
almost no student audience, he
said, probably zero.
Goal God, I thought, he
admits it. But even before I
could gasp, he continued.
MOST STUDENTS dont
have the time to watch
television. And after spending
eight or ten hours in school,
they certainly arent interested
in educational television. I don't
blame them.
Oh, I said.
He further pointed out that
Channel 5 programming is
pointed toward the surrounding
community where they have an
audience of 380,000 (oh). The
audience is even larger now
because they are being carried
by nine cable channels (oh).
Each program is a response to
from the local
community and each fills a
definite need. Color Us Black,
provides a forum for the black
community, Report 5 deals with
political topics, Sunshine
Almanac is produced by the
university agricultural
department for the rural
community.
IN THE past 10 years, the

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work load has doubled but there
has been no corresponding
increase in our staff, he said 0
Remember teachers and
students make up the staff,
there's, not one full, time
professional director here. And
yet in 1966 a survey showed
that we were the number two
educational station in the
country.
Oh, I said, and Oh and
Oh-oh-oh.
Even from the third story
window of Marie Damen's office
you cant see much more than
the drill field and tennis courts
west of the stadium. I guess
some people have better vision
than a puffed up cub reporter.
They can see the whole
community.

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1 think when you are dealing
with image, timing is very
important, Carlson said
Wednesday. Timing was terrible
on this.
Carlson mentioned the League
was formed in the wake of a
petition calling for relaxed rules
for Yon Hall open house and
altered dress codes. The
dismissal of two tennis players
because of long hair and the
firing of Parker as assistant track
coach and resident advisor in
Yon Hall added fuel to the
already hot relations with the
Athletic Association.
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Thursday, January 7.1971, The Florida Alligator,

the football season, which put
UF in the sports spotlight, led to
wide discussion of the League,
Carlson said.
v
When it first came out it was
associated with the petition and
the long hair as the major goals
of the League, the
misconception started right
away/ Carlson said. The words
union and negotiations popped
up, not helping anything.*'
Dickey said he had been
forced to defend the League*
UF's football program and
Alvarez throughout his state
recruiting travels. Four or five
prospects have reportedly passed
over UF because of the
confusion.

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1, Thu Florida Alligator, Thursday, January 7,1971

Greeks Cheered
By Winter Rush
By MARY ANN WHITLEY
Alligator Writer
UF fraternities and sororities are holding their rush for the winter
quarter this week.
Inteifratemity Council held an informal rush on Monday and
Tuesday which was reported as encouraging. Formal rush began on
Wednesday and will continue tonight. There will be another informal
rush Friday.
IFC EXPECTS about 600*700 to pledge this quarter. Fall quarter
rush for 1970 was about 200 short of the number who pledged in
1969.
The winter rush is less formal than the past fall. Bids can be
extended and accepted any time. IFC encourages those interested in
the fraternity system to take advantage of the winter rush instead of
waiting until next September.
Panhcflenic winter rush begins Saturday and Sunday. All 15 houses
will have open house parties 30 minutes long, with a 10 minute break
between. The next set of parties will be casual, and held on Jan. 16.
THERE WELL be a big change in the last series of dessert parties,
said Mary Palmour, Panhellenic Rush Chairman. The number and kind
of party held will be left up to the individual sorority. Each sorority
may hold as many parties as it wishes and may do whatever it likes.
The dessert parties will be Jan. 18-21.
Another change in the winter rush allows the rushee to sign her
card the njght of rush, and bids will go out the next day. There will be
no waiting as before.
About 200 girls are expected to rush, a smaller number than the fall
quarter. Winter Panhellenic rush is expected to be more informal and
structured with the rushee in mind, Miss Palmour said.
Eight Service Aides
In Training At SFJC

By DEE DEE ESPOSITO
AMpHOv writer
Eight UF students, presently
enrolled in a special six-month
training program at Santa Fe
Junior College (SFJC), will be
certified as human service aides
this June.
The counselor aide training
program, initiated in September
of 1970, was in response to a
growing need for qualified
counseling at social and
educational agencies.
ROBERT NORTH, instructor
in SFJC's Human Service Aide
Program, and Dr. Robert
Gervais, Director of the Ala-
County Mental Health Servk,.
said that the proposed
Gainesville Regional Mental
Health Center will compound
die demand for counselor aides.
Nearly 30 students registered
this quarter, raising the number
involved in the program to 80.
Trainees are presently at one of
three stages: beginning a 12
week academic seminar,
continuing concentrated
classroom study begun in
September or starting on-the-job
training at one of six local
agencies.
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helping people with personal,
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problems.
The students are involved
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dealing with each other, Dr.
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Education program director,
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Those students who feel ready
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Dialogue : A Chance To Respond

By CARLOS J. LICE A
Alligator Staff Writer
in- "I
The new year is bringing a
new look for Dialogue, The
Florida Blue Key sponsored
radio show on WRUF, a look
that seems to be more active and
controversial.
Dialogue Director Bob Moore
said the show is changing for this
quarter. Instead of the twice
weekly program, in which a
guest is brought in and then calls
are taken from the audience, it
will feature the listener at least
once a week.
MOORE CALLS the new
feature Forum of the Air and
he, as the moderator, will bring
up the issues and then let the
listener call and discuss them on
the air.
If people do not respond, it
will not work, Moore said. I
want people to interact with
people in a meaningful matter.
Forum of the Air will be
broadcasted on Thursday nights
at 11 p.m. while the Tuesday
night show will continue with
important guests. Listeners are
urged to participate tonite and
every Thursday night by calling
392-0772, or 392-0773 and
rapping about those issues which
are on their mind.
MOORE SAID the guests
appearing on the show will be
timely, someone in the news or
a person who has insight into
problems and can interact with
people that call.
The show will be also
controversial because people
like controversy Moore said.
And Moore has had some shows
which could be called
controversial.
In one, he had an Israeli
student and a Palestinian student
discussing the situation in the
middle east. He said about 25 or
30 listeners called to ask
questions of the guests.
A MORE RECENT show
the first of the quarter John
McLaughin and Dave Smith,
representing groups trying to
unionize workers on the UF
campus, appeared and presented
Mixed Marriage
SINGAPORE (UPI) A
Moslem male here can marry a
woman professing the Christian
or Jewish faith, according to a
Moslem religious body here.
The Moslem Advisory Board,
the highest local Moslem
authority, recently ruled that a
Moslem man can take a Christian
or a Jewish woman as his wife
without her changing or
denouncing her religion.
Perhaps this ruling follows the
ancient Arabic and Islamic laws
which permit a Moslem to marry
a woman who believes in the
Book(of God, Allah or or
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You see, people
attribute god-like
characteristics to the
voice that emanates from
their radios, but just
because I say something
does not make it right.

their views.
We had about 50 calls during
that show, Moore said.
He said the show does have a
guideline, a criteria for guests.
They must be informative,
interesting and provocative.
THE SHOW, however, is not
confined to the UF campus.
According to Moore, about one
half of the listening audience of

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Dialogue is non university
related.
The reason, Moore added, is
that the signal from the station
carries the show further than the
campus, to places which are not
near, and the show then relates
to the community also.
Community problems, such as
the jail controversy which
erupted during the fall quarter,

I have to play the
devils advocate. If my
guest is someone on the
right, I have to pose
questions as if I were on
the far left.
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are brought to the attention of
people from the community.
THE ROLE of being
moderator does not seem easy
either.
I have to play the devils
advocate, Moore said. If my
guest is someone on the right, I
have to pose questions as if I
were on the far left.
That is why sometimes I get

Thursday, January 7,1971, Tha Florida Alligator,

calls calling me a comrade or a
commie pinko,** he added.
AT OTHER times, I get calls
from people telling me their
problems, people complaining
about the troubles of the
American community.*
You see, people attribute
god-like characteristics to the
voice that emanates from their
radios, but just because I say
something does not make it
right,* he added.
Problems also develop in a
show such as Dialogue, and
Moore said he needs help to
make the show better.
HE SAID people are needed
for the staff, to do research, to
handle studio production, and
administrative work.
So far, few have applied.
It is a good opportunity for
people in broadcasting and
public relations to get some
fantastic practical experience.*

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Tutorial Aid
For Veterans
Now Offered

Married Students
' t i ~~ v f ; ',,
Attend Orientation

By KATHY ROBERTS
Alligator Staff Writer
UFs newest married students
are being oriented 7 p.m.
tonight in the Reitz Union
Ballroom.
The program was initiated by
Student Development to
welcome UFs 250 new couples
and answer any questions they
might have according to
Assistant Dean of Student
Development, Donald Mott.
IN DEVELOPING this
orientation Im working with the
newly formed Married Student
Advisory Committee who feel
married students need more
attention for the particular
problems they run into, Mott
said. Most of the ideas for this
orientation came from these
students.
Besides developing the
orientation, the committee also
wants to write a handbook for
married students, Dean Mott
said.
Vice President Harry Sisler
will open the program
welcoming the new married
students. Following the vice
president, telling the new
couples the various facilities and
services open to them are:
Superintendent of Schools Tiny

SG To Give Faculty
Survey Os UC Plans
By JANET OLES
Alligator Writer
p
Student Government is attempting to familiarize faculty members
and administrators with alternatives to University College (UC).
They have compiled a book containing catalogues and letters
obtained from several universities which explain their method of
meeting general educational requirements. The book will be available
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, in the SG office,
Reitz Union.
Now that the information is available, SG Secretary of Academic
Affairs Gail Merein said, we hope it will be utilized by the faculty to
give them ideas about how other universities are handling the
requirements.
FORM LETTERS were sent to universities throughout the country
questioning them about their particular systems and the information
received was read, reviewed and compiled into a single bode.
The status of the controversial UC system still remains uncertain
since the University Senate adjourned for Christmas before
confronting the issue.
Alternative proposals to UC include Vice President Frederick
Connors suggestion that a separately budgeted University College be
eliminated and a system of substitution be implemented. Under this
proposal, while the seven main areas such as the physical or social
sciences would remain intact, students could elect to take other
courses in their place.
The senate is expected to review the issue at the January meeting.

By JANE CATO
Alligator Writer
/-. -
If you are a veteran having difficulty in a course, dont
despair.
A tutorial assistance program is being planned by the
Veterans Administration, according to Dick Gentry, in the
Office of Student Affairs.
BECAUSE OF A law passed in 1970, tutorial assistance, in
the amount of $450 for nine months, may be obtained for
veterans who.are failing subjects.

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McGriff; Reverend Fred Castor
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Coggins; Personnel Manager Cliff
Eagen; Director of Financial Aid
Glenn Sleckel; Manager of
Married Student Housing Leo
Goff; Associate Dean of Student
Development Dean Phyllis Meek
and John Dobson as moderator.
A panel of four married
couples will then tell it like it is
as being a married couple here,
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Hall, room 101 to further explain this program to the veterans
on the UF campus.
The tutorial assistance is in addition to the regular V.A.
benefits, and has never been administered before.
THERE ARE 1,344 veterans at UF, and of that number seven
per cent are having academic difficulties.
Various departments are compiling lists of tutors and the
program is slated to begin next week. Veterans should contact
their professors and have them certify that they need help.
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I, Tha Florida Alligator, Thursday, Jmu ary 7,1971

Bct an element of the
there can be no
yMfal/Scbfltrue and deep aesthetic
moral conception of
life... It is only the
great who are truly obscene. If they had
not dared to be obscene they could
never have dared to be great.
Havelock Ellis
The New Spirit
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EDITORIAL
,
Nudity Is 'Raw/
Right, Miss K?
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The Board of Regents meets in Tampa on Jan. 18 to
discuss what it considers proper guidelines and regulations
for college publications, selection of campus speakers and
student governments.
This urgent agenda of the Regents must not be taken to
offend the students of this or any campus.
Seeming to lack any initiative in tackling any of the state
' university systems real problems, the regents will once
again attack the students.
Miss Elizabeth Kovachevich, a member of the board, has
termed portions of the UF, South Florida and Florida
Atlantic universitys yearbooks, so raw you have to see
them to believe them.
Well, Miss Kovachevich, weve seen them, believe
them, and we like them. We like them, not because they are
what you call disgusting, hippie type material but because
they represent beauty and aesthetics.
The publications in question are under fire for showing
an artfully shaded side view of a nude woman, a front view
of a three year old girl, and photos of a nude pregnant
woman.
It is nothing new to look upon the body of a female as a
work of art in itself, Miss Kovachevich, and the sight of a
pregnant woman as a means to appreciate the life which
man has been given.
Those yearbooks have been judged in national
competition and have been critically evaluated for their
artfulness of presentation.
And they have i among the highest ratings in their
categories.
We do not think the Board of Regents can judge these
publications adequately as long as it feels that artful nudity
and the gift of life are obscene.
But the board will judge anyway.
And it will also discuss the danger of allowing speakers
such as Abbie Hoffman and William Kunstler on Florida
campuses. The regents seem to feel that college students
cannot hear talk from both sides on issues and then be
allowed to make their own conclusions.
Student governments will not be exempt from the
scrutiny of the regents. As students have become involved in
activities geared to improve their university community and
perhaps even offer positive solutions to some problems, the
regents have become offended at the obscenity of student
action as well.
Tutoring the underprivileged, offering draft counseling,
operating programs to help cure drug addicts, birth control
information, and spearheading environmental saving
programs are a few areas where students have started to
work.
And the student governments have voiced their concern
in these areas and attempted to get students involved.
A definite paranoia engulfs the regents in their business
of dealing with students. It has expressed discomfort at
what the student sees, hears, and how he acts.
On Jan. 18, the regents will discuss ways to dull these
natural senses of the student.
We hope that before then the regents will come to their
senses.
Bridging the generation gap is a difficult task. Perhaps
now we have an opportunity to u

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

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A Late Final Score ...

By JOHN PARKER
Alligator Columnist
The League of Athletes is in
die news again. In the words of
someone we all know and trust,
let me make one thing perfecdy
dear.
That one thing is that none of
this thing is dear at all.
Although I am not given to
using my column to unburden
on the public my various
personal vexations, perhaps that
type of therapy may throw some
light on the entire situation.
THE LEAGUE of Athletes is
gone, merged into something
which can be best described as a
non-entity, the F-Club. In the
bartering process we have
hopefully gained some
concessions. One is that there
will be a council of team
representatives elected to make
suggestions to the Athletic
Association. That is what the
whole thing has been about
anyway. It is certainly harmless
enough, and one cant help but
feel that the type of mentality
that could be threatened by
something so innocent and
constructive must either be sadly
lacking in pefception of
foresight. But I digress.
The second concession was
that the nothingness called the
F-Club would be restructured
by equal representatives from
the league and the dub.
Hopefully, this non-entity could
be transformed into some kind
of meaningful association which
could humanize the jock
image on campus.
I DONT KNOW if it will
work. But I do know one thing:
Im tired of playing Guru.
Im tired of beating my brains

Sam Pepper Phyllis Gallub
Editor-In-Chief Managing Editor
Jeff Klinkenberg
Associate Editor
Ken McKinnon Loretta Tennant
News Editor News Editor

out for a group of essentially
self-satisfied individuals who
dont really give much of a damn
about individual liberties
because they have long ago
traded them for their plush
perches.
IM TIRED of watching a
great athlete pummeled and
humiliated by a somewhat
reactionary and sensationalist
press simply because he has a
heart and a conscience along
with a swift body and a ghostly
pair of hands. Carlos Alvarez has
been more misunderstood and
misrepresented than I believed
possible in an open society.
Talk quietly with this soft
spoken young man for a few
minutes; see the anguish and
concern; feel the very vibrations
of sincerity. And then try to
find the damaging
philosophies which he is
supposed to expound. Search for
the radical side of his
character. And, if you happen to
be a yellow journalist, walk
away without your story.
IM TIRED of being a new
left martyr. It is not now, nor
never has been my particular
* -dm much more at ease

blasting away from two or three
columns of newsprint than I am
making one single, glaringly
obvious point by having myself
drawn and quartered by a
short-sighted athletic
bureaucracy.
And the reason I say
short-sighted is that the whole
thing has degenerated into a
quagmire of ironies, first and
foremost of which is the fact
that the Athletic Association
officially approved of what they
had feared so much and fought
so ineptly against: a committee
of concerned people making
suggestions.
And finally, 1 am tired of
being viewed as a dangerous
character" by various and
sundry paranoid individuals in
this institution. I am no more
dangerous than the calcified
thought-patterns housed in the
minds of those who fear any
type of criticism.
For those of you who like
everything summed up in a line
score, or a final tally, I have
none to offer. Perhaps it is
possible for both sides to lose.
BUT WINNING, in my
philosophy, has never been the
brass ring, nor, tritely, has it
been the way you play the
game." The important thing is
that you were a beautiful
creature while you strove in the
sun for a few seconds of youth
and vitality, before the
arteriosclerosis of the spirit set
in and the scary beauty of life
was foregone in the favor of a
successful final box score.
And out of the whole of this
debacle, we .have seen a few
beautiful creatures emerge. That
sliou.v. be enough for any m**n.



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"0/jf we go, into the wild blue yonder ...

Shove ###
MR. EDITOR:
My hearty congratulations to
the Board of Regents! Their
comments have reflected a great
deal of deep thought lately:
The football teams have to
strive to be the best, and that
means they must be run in an
excellent fashion, with proper
funding, or we will be in trouble.
We (sic) checked an Ivy
League school (Yale) for last
year and found because it did
not have a good football team, it
lost $500,000 and the money
had to come from the general
fund.
Look at Notre Dame. That
would be a little parochial
school out in Indiana instead of
one of the countrys great
universities if it had not been for
football.
And, as everyone knows, the
reason that Yale is such an
academically inferior school is
that the Yale football team is so
lousy that it lost $500,000 last
year.
If the administration up there
wasnt so addled it would take a
tip or two from topflight
academic institutions such as the
Univ. of Fla. and Paisons
College, which have obtained
their academic excellence solely
from the open-mindedness of
their football coaches, their
comprehensive athletic
programs, their up-to-date
equipment and stadiums,
athletic housing, etc.
We must never forget what a
close correlation there is
between athletic and academic
excellence. And, in case no one
remembers, it was the
de-emphasis of the Olympic

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Denise Valiants John Parker
Assignment Editor Editorial Assistant
Steve Strang
Wire Editor
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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.

READERS FORUM

Games that destroyed Greek
Civilization and the failure of
the Romans to enlarge their
Coliseum and pay their
gladiators more that resulted in
the fall of Rome.
America, leam from the past!
We could not have zapped
Hitler had not Jesse Owens
cleaned up in the 36 Olympics Olympicsin
in Olympicsin every phase of human
endeavor, excellence is
spearheaded by athletics.
As Socrates once put it,
Aside from football, basketball,
baseball, and track, there is no
true truth.
To prove my point, just you
wait. Floridas mediocre football
team under Dickey, Reaves and
Co. will directly result in
Floridas becoming a mediocre
academic institution.
How shortsighted can Goofie
Uffie be?
Does anyone really think that
Florida can maintain her No. 1
status among academic
institutions without at least a
8-2 record each year, a new
basketball gym & fieldhouse,
SIOO,OOO per year salary for the
athletic director, automatic As
in all courses for athletes, etc?
I would like to suggest that
the Athletic Association pass out
jock straps to all Athletic
Supporters at the Miami game.
By this identifying made we
would be able to tell who truly
stands for academic excellence
at this University. They could be
worn as arm-bands, or better
yet, as Hungarian nose-guards.
It is an accepted fact among
competent physicians of this
country that anyone who is not
an athlete or misses more than
one home game per season is a
homosexual. Need I say more?
It must be obvious to anyone
with half a brain that we cannot
have both athletics and
academics; and as Groucho Marx
noted in Horse Feathers, Well
just have to sell the University.

Any offers?
Goofy Uffie, you do not
represent the students you
represent!
We want football!
Shove that ball across the
line! Shove it, Go gators!
JMA6K TYNER 111
(Senator, Off-Campus)

Change The Curriculum

By BRUCE ALPER
Alligator Columnist
Over the years there has been
much talk which holds that the
students at this university are
apathetic. If we readily accept
this as true we commit a most
serious error in judgement.
Although most students never
vote in campus elections and
choose to remain aloof from
rallies, demonstrations, and
various other activities we must
not view this as indicative of
student apathy, fn reality the
majority of students are deeply
concerned about the policies,
the procedures, and the
problems which affect their lives
by virtue of their being a part of
theUF.
OFTEN students look to
those in Student Government
and other positions of trust and
responsibility for leadership and
effective action in meeting
deep-seated grievances. Merely
because such students fail to
articulate their views we must
not believe they do not care.
Not everyone is given to being
vocal or complaining when he
should.
Students in the University
College would like to see the
number of credits required for
theit-first two years at UF
reduced from 96 to 90. This has
already been accomplished in
the College of Arts and Sciences.
A gradual de-emphasis of
biology and physical science
through a reduction in the
number of credits required in
CPS and CBS would be a bold
step toward eliminating
freshman and sophomore
dissatisfaction with the
University College curriculum.
LECTURE courses in
sociology, political science, and
history (as well as other fields)

Talk About OilL

By REG CROWDER
Alligator Columnist
Informed sources have tipped
this column to a startling
proposal in the offing by a major
oil producer.
When the Mobil Oil Corp.
meets in Sarasota May 18 they
will talk of more than just
profits and dividends.
A technician, who prefers to
remain .anonymous told us about
it.
WE MET over coffee at Macs
Waffle Shop.
Talk about oil spills, he
exclaimed, peering into his
coffee.
~ In order to get non-leaded
gasoline on the market in large
enough quantities to save the
environment some drastic steps
must be taken.
We propose to fill the Gulf
of Mexico with oil, he said.
I ASKED if they didnt do
that periodically anyway.
No, you dont understand. I
mean dam off the end of the
Gulf and fill it all with oil.
Weve found out thaH&he
earth is sort of like an air
mattress filled with oil. If we
poke enough wells into the floor
of the ocean the oil will all float
to the top.
THAT WILL take the
support out from under Texas,

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should be taught under a new
program which might be termed
Rotating Lecture Series. Under
such a program a course would
be taught by two professors with
one teaching the first five weeks
of the course and the other
teaching the last five weeks. This
would perhaps give a little life to
those courses which become dull
by the fifth week. (The present
Rotating Topics Courses are not
structured on this basis).
The university should strive to
institute a Visiting Lecturer
Series under which some
prominent individuals from
public or private life would
teach a course for from one
quarter to a year.
One thing most University
College students agree upon and
that is the fact that CMS 171 is a
totally ridiculous course and
should not be required. Careful
consideration must be given to
permitting students to meet the
math requirement in UC by
completing a course in
accounting or perhaps even
business law (MGT4OI).
WEEKLY quizzes in some

Thursday, January 7,1971, Tha Florida Alligator,

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New Mexico, and Arizona,
which will all sink down below
sea level and the Gulf of
Mexico will cover them, leaving
the oil pure.
Pretty sticky business, I
thought.
Os course Texas isnt too hot
on the idea, he said. While the
other two states will be
completely covered, Texas will
have about 12 square feet left,
making them the smallest state.
What, I asked, if the Gulf
of Mexico catches fire?
Uh.
HE WAS quiet for a while.
You know, I never thought
of that, he said. I think I
better go make a phone call.

courses must be ended as they
often put too great a strain on
some students. Full period
exams, properly spaced in time,
should be the rule.
If students are to take a
greater interest in Student
Government they must first
know more about it. 1 propose
that SG publish a booklet telling
what it does its functions,
how it works, and who is
presently in it. Along with this a
list of all student senators and
other student representatives
should be printed and
distributed to the student body.
To be the great institution we
aspire to be we must achieve
excellence in all things. One of
the most pressing needs is to
formulate a more relevant and
reasonable curriculum.
IN SEEKING greatness the
students at this university mist
be afforded a much larger voice
in determining policies and
programs.
While we must expect certain
individuals and interests to work
against us we should remember
Eric Hoffers dictum in his book
The Passionate State of Mind in
which he said: The
uncomprising attitude is more
indicative of an inner
uncertainty *than of deep
conviction. The implacable stand
is directed more against the
doubt within than the assailant
without.
Some people at this university
really fear change because it
means they too will have to
change. Yet, the students
demand change and that demand
must be met for it is reasonable
and moderate.

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World Wrap-Up

John Wayne Accused
Os Disturbing Peace
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI)
A complaint accusing actor
John Wayne of disturbing the
peace has been filed with police
as a result of a confrontation
with demonstrators at Gov.
Ronald Reagan's inauguration
gala.
Detectives said they were
interviewing witnesses to
determine what, if any, action
would be taken on the
complaint filed by Gregory
Kirkwood, 22, Sacramento.
The confrontation occurred
Monday night as Wayne left the
Sacramento Auditorium after
acting as a master of ceremonies
at the show honoring the
governor.
The demonstrators were
carrying a Viet Cong flag, and
W ayne reportedly exchanged
words with them. Witnesses also
said he delivered a short speech
in defense of U.S. action in
Vietnam.
Flu Outbreak Causes
18 Deaths In Florida
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.
(UPI) The seasonal flu
outbreak in Florida has reached
epidemic proportions in
Broward County, where 18
deaths have been reported
among 13,000 cases of flu and
flu-related deseases.
Dr. Paul Hughes, Broward
County health director, said his
estimate of 13,000 cases was
based on a survey among 10
doctors. A total of 10,000 or
more persons affected by the flu
qualifies the outbreak as an
epidemic, Hughes said.
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At USF: Mautz Out,
Seamans In Maybe
TALLAHASSEE, Ala. (UPI)
- Chancellor Robert B. Mautz
withdrew as a candidate for the
presidency of the University of
South Florida (USF) today and
the name of Air Force Secretary
Robert C. Seamans Jr. popped
into the picture.
Mautz said he submitted a
dossier on Dr. Seamans to the
Board of Regents after he
learned from a mutual friend"
that Seamans might be
interested.
If the board is impressed
with his credentials, as 1 am sure
they will be, then IH try to
contact Dr. Seamans to see how
far his interest goes," Mautz
said.
The chancellor would not say
it in so many words, but the
sudden flat withdrawal from
contention for the Tampa
presidency reportedly is due to
the close relationship he enjoys

with new Gov. Reubin Askew.
Under former Gov. Claude
Kirk, it was an open secret that
Mautz was intersted in making a
change, in getting out of
administration and back into
university campus life.
The USF presidency has been
held on an acting basis since the
July 4 retirement of John A.
Allen.
Attorney Blasts Report
By Kent Grand Jury
CLEVELAND (UPI) An
attorney for 19 persons indicted
by a special grand jury which
investigated the disorders at
Kent State University charged
Tuesday the panels report was
filled with hit and run
accusations and innuendo.
David Scribner made the
charge before Federal Judge
William K. Thomas at a hearing
on two suits challenging the

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grand jury report.
Scribner said under Ohio law
there was no authority for a
grand jury to issue a report
except on the conditions of a
county jail or on why it failed to
return an indictment in specific
cases.
In its findings, the grand jury
violated the first amendment by
acting as a grand censor and by
wanting to inpose its own
morals and conduct on the
university, Scribner said.
In addition to the 25
indictments, the grand jury
absolved the Ohio National
Guard of any wrongdoing in the
fatal shooting of four Kent State
students last May 4 and blamed
the disorders on the
permissive attitude of the
school administration.
Mercury Count High
In South Florida Water
MIAMI (UPI) Precision
Analytical Laboratory of North

FRATERNITIES OF UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

Miami said today it had found
twice the permissible amount of
mercury in a water sample taken
in Palm Beach County.
Nicholas Meola, president of
the firm, said it had taken seven
water samples in Dade, Broward
and Palm Beach counties and the
mercury content was
suspiciously high.

ROBBIES is
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TV & BILLIARD^H
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WHY JOIN A
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SCHOLARSHIP:
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SERVICE: active aid,
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BROTHERHOOD: the
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RUSH SCHEDULE
Floridas Fraternities Invite You To Rush 1971
Wednesday, Jan. 6 FORMAL RUSH
After 7 pjn.
Thursday, Jan. 77 m to 12 tjn P en
House at All Fraternities
INFORMAL RUSH
Friday, Jan. 8 - Open
House at AD Fraternities
Saturday, Jan. 9 INFORMAL RUSH Fraternity
Parties and Open House

Meola said the testing has not
yet been completed and he
declined to disclose exactly
where the samples were taken.
He said a sample taken in
Palm Beach County showed 10
parts of mercury per billion
parts. The U.S. Public Health
Service permissible standard is
five parts per billion.



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Prices affactiva thru Tuas., 1971 HI
CHANGE TO BIG STAR...
AND KEEP THE CHANGE!
WELCOME BACK ...
JUmI [I Students and Faculty
If you aren't shopping at Bi£ Star, you're
paying too much for your foodl No limits ...
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EVERYDAY LOW PRICEI U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF " I
CHUCK ROAST 48t
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Whole FRYERS .29{l
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ROUND STEAK 88c

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TIDE "XK . 65{
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CAN TOMATOES 13<
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GFRUIT JUICE *-- 39<
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COFFEE CREAMER £39t
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TOMATO SOUP 10t
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KIDNEY BEANS 12t
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FRESH BREAD 19t
EXTRA VALUE BUYI OUR PRIDE B&S CLOVERLEAF
FRESH ROLLS Z29t
EVERYDAY LOW PRICEI SAVE 20 canto ON COFFEE
MAXWELL HOUSE SS69C
EVERYDAY LOW PRICEI SAVE 26 canto ON
WESSON OIL tSTBBt
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FAB DETERGENT 99d
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ORANGE JUICE 33*
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EVAP. MILK 13t
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ICE MILK carton 49*l
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ICE CREAM CARTON 59t
EVERYDAY LOW PRICEI MORTON ASSORTED FROZEN
MEAT POT PIES l9*
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FRENCH FRIES 19t
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SHORTENING
EVERYDAY LOW PRICEI HEINZ ASSTD. STRAINED
BABY FOODS 7*l
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DEL MONTE PEAS
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Your Choice . Sunshine Brandi
I .GREEN BEANS WITH PORK I
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FOR SALE
8-track Tape Cartridges Save 60%
your albums custom recorded,
average $2.40 each Inc. cartridge.
Quality. For details John 378-5916
nights (A-st-55-p)
26 gal aquarium full hood cover 35
lbs gravel 2 filters S4O 378-6564
(A-3t-56-p)

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FOR SALE
1969 Kawasaki 500 $750.00 Ignition
kit new chain sprockets and clutch
plates See Bob at Arts Kawasaki
1040 E. Univ. 376-5481 (A-3t-55-p)
56x10 Titan mobile home 2 BR or
1 BR & large study see at Varsity
Villa No. 6 6-10 PM Student.
(A-st-55-p)

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FOR SA LE
1968 Triumph 250, 3000 miles,
excellent condition, new gaskets,
SSOO. 710 NW 14th Ave. Gainesville
(A-6t-55-p)
FOR SALE 64 V.W. $395 OR BEST
OFFER CALL 378-7315 (A-lt-56-p)
I have a smalt refrigerator l4n willing
to sacrifice. Perfect for dorm or apt.
great for tons of beer or ehampagne.
$35 gets it. 378-6376 bet. 5-6 pm.
(A-2t-56-p)
Motorcycle tank for BSA or TR
fiberglass hornet style with quick fill
cap and new petcocks for S3O call
373-2126 or visit 4627 E. Univ.
(A-lt-56-p)
DON'T merely brighten your carpets
.. Blue Lustre them ... eliminate
rapid resoiling. Rent electric
shampooer sl. Electric upholstery
shampoos also available. Lowry
Furniture Co. (A-lt-23-6)
3 PC portable stereo x-long cords for
speaker separation excellent sound
and in great condition $65 call
Dennis at 373-1138 after 5 pm
(A-lt-56-p)
1970 model Zenith stereo AM FM
FM stereo radio. 4 speed turntable 25
watt amp 2 circular speakers
excellent condition 376-3767
392-6002 (A-3t-56-p)
NOW PLAYING!
1:32 3:37 5:42 7:47 9:52
PURR-FECTLY
WONDERFUL
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L_ ALL NEW CARTOON FEATURE .1
TECHNICOLOR 4B
1970 Walt Disney Productions
NOW PLAYING!
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I amoral, apolitical, and unreligious who barely exists in |
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| and Saturday, Jan. 9 ... 5:00, 7:45, 10:30 if
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for sale
Hollywood set of ludwlgs with rogers
dynasonic snare with cases excellent
condition 373-3894 after 6
(A-4t-56-p)
Olympus pen-f, sir, light meter, four
lenses, cases, strobe light etc pro
quality call 372-5961 11-12 daily or
see it at 630 NE 9th Ave. asking
$195 (A-2t-56-p)
for rent
Roomate wanted to share apt In old
house $ 4 2+V2 utilities Barbara
376-4208 (B-2t-56-p>
2 bedroom apartment need 1
person to share 373-4283,
376-0635 Butler Garden
Apartments (B-st-56-p)
Sublease one bedroom apt.,
tanglewood, No. 62, S7O. per month
& 1/2 utilities available imedlatly
376-7997 after one PM. (B-2t-56-p)
Need female roommate for lamancha
apt. own bedroom air cond. and
heated $75 a month including
utilities nice people please call
378-9448 (B-st-56-p)
One two bedroom apt to sublease at
gatortown 309 SW 16th Ave. Call
378-9408 anytime (B-st-56-p)
Wanted 2 male roommates 47.50 mo.
Gatortown apt. 251 ph 378-0675
(B-2t-55-p)
Female Roomate Needed: Vz block
behind Norman Hall $42.50 per
month plus V 2 utilities. Own bedroom
call after 4:00 pm 378-6154
(B-4t-55-p)
Crash In privatel Rm in 3-bdrm. hse
$45/mo + 1/3 utilities. 1 mo. rent In
advance. Single coed 21. 372-0360.
506 NE 6 Ave. (B-st-55-p)
1 female roommate; Landmark apt.
174; rent $47.50. Call 376-2184.
(B-st-55-p)
Room, to sublease. Three blocks to
campus. A.C. refrigerator. $l4O per
quarter. 372-8929 after 1:00. 327
NW 15 Terrace. (B-3t-55-p)
Female roommate wanted. Move in
right away for winter and spring
quarters. Village Park call 376-9829
(B-3t-55-p)
ideal office for architect, engineer,
etc. special lighting and built-in
professional shelving darkroom
facilities centrally located on E.
University Ave. Reasonable rent.
Phone 378-8131 (B-4t-55-p)
Female roommate wanted to sublet
for winter quarter only. 47.50 a mo.
plus utilities. Frederick Garden Apts.
Call 378-3285. (B-3t-55-p)
Landmark available for immediate
sublet I or 2 male roommates 2 bdr.
47.50 + util. Jim Darby 373-3049 or
378-7693 (B-3t-54-p)
WANTED
**# *****"**"******************
HOUSE entering school In Mar.
family of 4, prefer to assume low
interest mort. & buy equity. Send
details to C.R. Edewaard 120-5
Summit Dr. Minot AFB, ND 58701
(C-st-55-p)

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WANTED
Roommate wanted: Modern 3
bedroom house Call Jerry after 6:00
pm 373-1296 (C-3t-55-p)
Roommate wanted. Luxury living at
a reasonable price. Point West Apt.
378-9947 500-8 S.W. 34 St. Bill or
Joe. (C-2t-55-p)
Grad student needs ride to campus in
morning from Gainesville mall area.
Contact Gery asb 133 or 373-1246
Will share expenses. (C-4t-55p)
Male to share one bedrm apartment
Has bedrm, livingrm, kitchen & bath
1216 SW 2nd Ave. Come by or call
376-2084 (C-st-55-p)
female roommate $53.75 la bonne
vie immediate occupancy share
bedroom private bath, call
373-2923 or come by apt. 338
(C-st-55-p)
Listeners wanted will pay $2.00 for 1
hour session must be native English
speaker and have normal hearing,
please call cyllnthia between 1 and 4
pm for appointment 392-2049
(C-20t-56-p)
Female roommate wanted for 2
bedroom Village Park Apt.
Immediate occupancy. Call
376-8608. (C-3t-56-p)
Female roommate wanted at village
park apts. for winter and spring
quarters S4B/mo. + utilities. Call
373-2887 or come by apt 104.
(C-st-56-p)
NEED IMMEDIATELY. One or two
female roommates to sublet two
bedroom Gatortown apt. Share with
two others Call 376-2934 (C-2t-56-p)
Female roommate wanted to share
trailer, own bedroom, close to
campus. Call 378-1856 after 5:30
pm. (C-st-56-p)
1 Female roommate landmark apt
127 47.50/mo. + utilities call Liz
378-9594 (C-2t-56-p)
mmm

HELP WANTED
CAMP PINEWOOD *ln The Blue
Ridge Mountains Hendersonville, N.
Carolina. Co-ed Camp For Boys &
Girls. Students interested in summer
employment as Cabin Counselors,
Activity Instructors, Kitchen Aides
and Groundskeepers, should write for
general Information and Staff
Applications. .Now!. .Only
clean-cut young people need apply.
Camping dates: June 22 to Aug. 17.
Reply to winter address: Camp
Pinewood, 1801 Cleveland Rd. Miami
Beach, Fla. 33141 (E-6t-54-p)
Part time help. Shakeys Pizza Parlor.
Contact Wayne Pierce 372-3389 after
4 (E-3t-55-p)
Full time secretary wanted for the
weeks of Jan. 11-22. Typing and
general clerical ability required.
Apply at Seminole.! Call 392-1681
between 3:30 & 5:00 p.m.
(E-2t-56-p)
I need a babysitter in my home from
2-5 Mon.-Wed.-Fri. will pay $lO a
week 378-7363 421 N.W. 15th St
Apt. 82 (E-3t-56-p)

AUTOS
1965 Dodge Polara stawgn 9-pass.
v-8, sac. alr-cond. & heater, power
brakes & steering, roof rack, trailer
hitch owner going overseas. SBSO.
376-0237 (G-st-56-p)
SKI^
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AUTOS
1965 Mustang VB, power steering, 4
speed trans, ae, new paint. Call
372-0186 or 392-1490. Will assist
responsible person In financing.
(G-2t-56-p)
Pontiac Bonneville 63 low milage,
new top, full power, air cond,
excellent mechanical condition $495
firm Call 378*8236 after 1 pm
(G-st-56-p)
1967 Camaro 327 4 spd ac radio
heater wide ovals best offer over
1095 call 376-2310 (G-st-56-p)
Triumph TR-4 1966 sharp sports car
with radio and luggage rack wire
wheels and new top. Call 373-2126
or see It at 4627 E. Unlv. (g-2t-56-p)
VW 68 PERFECT wonderful Am Fm
radio only 31000 miles also perfect
paint and Interior. $1,300 call
378-9328 student (G-3t-55-p)
1963 VW bus rebuilt engine, new
battery, reworked Interior, good
tires, S6OO must see to appreciate
378-5249 ask for Bob (G-3t-55-p)
Bulck LeSabre two door automatic
Radio 175 373-2575 (G-2t-55-p)
Good transportation 62 Pontiac Runs
well good tires plus 2 spares Recent
tuneup and new battery. Call Jim
after 5:30 376-0549 (G-st-55-p)
A.
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If youre tall, oionde, like Pope,
Dryden, and New, took the GREs on
Dec. 12, call me (the bearded one).
376-0090 (J-3t-55-p)
Computer Dating meet your Ideal
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I. Florid# Alligator, Thun day .January 7,1971

Army Announces
Pot Crackdown

SAIGON (UPI) U.S.
headquarters announced
Wednesday a sweeping
crackdown on the increasingly
heavy use of marijuana by
American soldiers in South
Vietnam.
It said as many as 45 per cent
of all Gls are believed to have
used marijuana or hard drugs.
HEADQUARTERS
announced a massive program
involving air and ground searches
for Helds where marijuana is
grown in this country, stiff new
customs procedures for baggage
and mail going in and out of
Vietnam, frequent searches and
shakedowns of barracks and
other living quarters, and a
15-fold increase in the number
of marijuana dogs police
dogs trained to detect the drug
by smell.
It also established new
narcotics enforcement
committees involving both
American and Vietnamese
officials, a drug education
program that will be carried to
the platoon and squad level and
a drug abuse survey and
reporting system that will
attempt to keep track of the
level of narcotics usage among
Gls.
IN ADDITION, it set up
amnesty procedures permitting
Americans volunteering for
treatment or rehabilitation from
narcotics addiction or marijuana
Bomb Scare
At Inaugural
*
TALLAHASSEE, (UPI) A
telephoned bomb threat forced
the evacuation of 3,000 guests
Tuesday night at Gov. Reubin
Askews inauguration ball in
Tully Gymnasium on the Florida
State University campus.
More than 100 state, city and
county law enforcement officers
searched the premises but found
no bomb. The guests were
allowed to re-enter the gymna gymnasium
sium gymnasium at 10:35 pjn. * *
Leon County Sheriff
Raymond Hamlin said an
anonymous caller telephoned
the school about 9:55 p.m. and
said a bomb was set to go off in
30 minutes.
After the grand march, Askew
interrupted the female vocalist
singing This Is My Country,
and asked the crowd to evacuate
the gymnasium calmly while
police searched it.

Winter Bowling
Leagues Are
Organizing Now!
Mixed and mixed doublet leagues are forming for
Monday thru Thursday nights at 6:30 or 9:00 pjn.
Can 392-1637 or come by the GAMES AREA and fill
out an application. Deadline for signup is Jan. 11,
1971.
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habits, to be granted amnesty
and sent to UJS. hospitals.
It estimated that there are at
least five habitual drug users for
every man arrested.
ALTHOUGH the booklet
spoke of plans to search out
marijuana fields, it said that
under no circumstances will
such fields, once discovered, be
destroyed by U.S. forces.
The responsibility for
destroying 'these crops rests
with the government of
Vietnam.
The booklet said the
involvement of American
servicemen with the abuse of
drugs has steadily increased
ever since the big American
troop buildup began in 1965.
Pentagon To Junk
S2OO Million
Surplus Equipment
WASHINGTON (UPI) A
Pentagon official testified
Wednesday the United States
will have to junk S2OO million
worth of useable surplus military
equipment because Congress has
limited how much of it can be
given toUJS. Allies.
Air Force Lt. Gen. Robert H.
Warren, deputy assistant
secretary of defense for military
assistance and sales, deplored
Congress decision to limit to
S3OO million the value of excess
weaponry that can be given
away.
IF WE DONT use it or
cant, it goes to the junkyard
because of Congress limitation,
Warren said.
The United States, he
testified, owns more than $lO
billion worth of excess military
equipment but only SSOO
million worth of it would be of
value to allies.
Much of the rest of it
airplane prototypes, used 852
engines, sophisticated research
and development testing
equipment is worthless and
should be scrapped, he said.
TESTIFYING BEFORE a
House-Senate subcommittee
inquiry into UJS. military
assistance, Warren and
Armistead I. Selden Jr., deputy
assistant secretary of defense for
international security affairs,
vigorously defended the
programs which give, sell, lend
or lease weapons.

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Fulcher, Ellenson Being Considered
UF Employes Vie For Tampa Job

By CHUCK KELLER
Alligator Sports Editor
University of Tampa officials
plan to pick a new head football
coach by Friday from a list that
includes two UF employes,
GENE ELLENSON
... "has to do thing"
Sonny Liston
Found Dead
In Las Vegas
Charles Sonny Liston, who
surprised boxing fans with a
stunning first round knockout of
Floyd Patterson in 1962 to
capture the heavyweight title,
was found dead at his home in
Las Vegas late Tuesday night.
Listons wife, Geraldine,
found the body on returning
from a trip to St. Louis. She said
the body could have been laying
there for about a week.
THE FORMER champion
defended his title twice, winning
another first round knockout
with Patterson in 1963, and then
losing a seventh-round TKO to
Muhammed Ali on Feb. 25,
1964.
Ali, then Cassius Clay, called
him The Ugly Bear before the
fight on Miami Beach.
On May 25, 1965, Liston was
put away in the first round in a
rematch with Clay in Lewiston,
Maine. The phantom punch,
people believe, ended Listons
career. But he launched a
comeback in 1966 and had a
48-3 record at his death.
Some Babe
All-time home run king Babe
Ruth is the only player in major
league history to drive in more
than 2,000 total runs. The Babe
also has the highest lifetime
home run percentage, calculated
home runs per 100 times at bat.

MW*' i 1 1 j M W i .mm
GATOR SPORTS

assistant football coach Bill
Fulcher and executive assistant
athletic director Gene Ellenson.
The Spartan vacancy came
after Fran Curci returned to the
University of Miami, his alma
mater, to take over as head
football coach on Dec. 19 of last
year.
CURCI, A former Hurricane
quarterback, led Tampa to a
10-1 season, in addition to a No.
1 ranking for several weeks in
United Press Internationals small
college poll.
Ellenson, a former Miami and
UF assistant, was interviewed by
the Tampa selection committee
last Monday in Tampa. Before
accepting the UF executive
assistant athletic director post
last year, Ellenson built a sound
reputation as a defensive coach.
Fulcher, offensive line coach,
was interviewed last week. UF
offensive coordinator Jimmy

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' Dunn, a Tampa native, was
originally mentioned as a
possible candidate. However, he
has not applied for the job or
been interviewed and seems to
be out of the picture.
ELLENSON SAID he talked
with Tampa officials for almost
two hours.
I had some friends in Tampa
that urged me to get in the
race, Ellenson said, who
applied within three days after
Curcis decision.
I would like another chance
at coaching, he said. I feel like
I have to do my thing and I
havent done it yet.
IVE BEEN an assistant for
20 years.
Although Ellenson said he
thought he, as head coach, could
more successfully deal with
three major groups young
kids, students and older fans and
alumni he appeared
pessimistic.

Don Deal was promoted by
head football coach Doug
Dickey to head freshman
football coach this week,
replacing Jimmy Haynes who
was recently moved up to the
varsity defensive coordination
post.
Deal, 33, worked for the
Gators in 1968 as a graduate
assistant after coaching the St.
Petersburg High football team
for five years.
He joined the full-time UF
football staff in 1969 and was
the freshman backfield coach.

MARTY PERLMUTTER
Executive Sports Ed-ster-

Thursday, January 7,1971, The Florida Alligator,

They want something in the
Curci mold, Ellenson said.
And I knew that would work
against me.
Curci, at 32, is one of the
youngest major college coaches
in the country. Ellenson, a bit
more conservative at 49, has the
experience, but apparently not
the flash.
ELLENSON SAID Fulcher,
who. was out of town and
unavailable for comment, had a
very good chance for the job.
Fulcher is 36 and has six years
coaching experience at Georgia
Tech before coming to UF last
year.
The selection committee said
Tuesday it had finished formal
interviews and would begin
working for the final choice.
About 40 applications have
been reportedly submitted to
Tampa. Confirmed interviews
have been held with Charley
McCullers, Kansas assistant, Bob

Ruggers Practicing
For Atlanta Jan. 16

/
Following a highly successful
fall quarter, the UF Rugby Club
is back on the practice field
preparing for its first match of
1971 Jan. 16 with the Atlanta
Rugby Club.
Greg Mack, director of
publicity for the club, expressed
concern Wednesday that the
team may not be as good as the
one last quarter.
WE LOST a few players
through graduation, Made said,
And we only have 17 members
now. Since each unit consists
of 15 members, the club has a

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Tyler, Mississippi assistant, Ron
Meyer, Purdue assistant, George
Maclntyre, Clemson assistant,
Monty Kiffen, Nebraska
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State assistant, in addition to
Fulcher and Ellenson.
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I, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, January 7,1971

.. GATORS TRAVEL TO TAMPA SATURDAY
Natators Unbeaten After Four Meets

By MARTY PERLMUTTER
Executive Sports Editor
By starting with four victories
in a row in duel meets, the
1970-71 Gator swim team has a
good chance to repeat as
Southeastern Conference
champions.
En route to that perfect
record, Florida has defeated
Tulane in New Orleans, rival
Georgia 65-48, Atlantic Coast
Conference Champions
Maryland in Maryland 6449 and
Villanova, 6646.
GEORGIA WAS not in the
meet after Florida captured the
opening 400 yard medley relay
BRUCE WILLIAMS
... tops in 50 free

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Lots Os Walks
Ted Williams of the Red Sox,
and Babe Ruth, who played for
both Boston American League
and National League clubs as
well a the New York Yankees,
both received more than 2,000
bases on balls during their
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BILL DORNEY
... new school record
by 16 seconds. Bill Strate, 57
flat in the backstroke, John
Plamons, 1:03.8 in the

Three Gators Playing
In Bowl Games
Three members of this past seasons 74 Gator football team are
appearing in post season bowl games.
All-American defensive end Jack Youngblood will appear in
Saturdays Senior Bowl in Mobile, while linebacker Mike Kelley
appears in Honolulus Hula Bowl on the same day. Sunday, defensive
back Jack Bums will play in the American Bowl in Tampa.
Youngblood will receive his first professional paycheck after the
Senior Bowl, receiving SISOO if hes on the winning squad and SI2OO
if hes not.
Kelley and Bums will receive only expenses.

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breaststroke, Steve McDonnell
52.5 in the butterfly and Eric
Hallquist, 51.2 in the freestyle
started the victory for the
Gators.
Other winners in the meet for
Florida were Brant Bittner in the
200 freestyle, Bruce Williams in
the 50 free, Mark McKee in the
200 individual medley (IM),
Hallquist in the 100 free, Alan
Whitaker in the 200 breastroke
and Ray Smith in the 1 meter
diving competition.
In the conquest of Maryland
at College Park, the Gators
were leading 35-8 at one point,
before Maryland closed to
within 6449, the final.
Leading the Gators with new
pool records were Whitaker in
the 200 IM and Bittner in the
1000 yard freestyle.

SENIOR BILL DORNEY, an
all-america swimmer in high
school in Pennsylvania, broke a
five year-old school record Dec.
16 in the meet with Maryland.
Domey covered the 200 yard
backstroke in 2:02.1, bettering
the old mark of 2:02.4 by
Blanchard Tual, March 26,1965.

Alabama Triumphs
Over UF, 70-63

Special to the Alligator
Tuscaloosa, Ala. Wendell
Hudson and Jimmy Hollon
teamed for 38 points Wednesday
night to pace Alabama to a
70-63 victory over visiting
Florida.
Hudson, with 21 points,
mainly from underneath the
basket and Hollon, 17 points
from outside, keyed an Alabama
surge in the second half which
saw the Tide ahead by 13 points
at one time.
Alabama stormed out at the
beginning of the game and took
a seven point lead 16-9 within
five minutes. Bobby Lynch and
Wendell Hudson had 12 and nine
points respectively in the first
half which gave the Crimson
Tide the lead.
The Gators fought back and
with six minutes remaining in
the first half, had closed the gap
to three points, 28-25.
Following a foul shot by Alan

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Dec. 18, the Gators again
started strong, going ahead 15-1
after the first two events and
then coasted to the victory over
Villanova.
Saturday, the Gators will
travel to Tampa to meet the
University of South Florida in
their first meet of 1971.

GARY WADDELL
... 20 point night
House for Bama with a minute
remaining, Florida played for
the last shot of the half, but
Gary Waddell missed a hook
shot with eight seconds
remaining.
High man for the Gators was
Gary Waddell with 20 points
while Tom Purvis added 10.