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BSU To Sponsor Rally For Raiford

By KATHY ROBERTS
Alligator Writer
1
A noon rally supporting Raiford inmates will be held
today in the Plaza of the Americas sponsored by the Black
Sttident Union (BSU). The Student Mobilization
Committee has also issued a statement of support for the
rally.
According to Lynne Edelman of SMC, the rally has a
two fold purpose:
To educate students about the events leading up to

The
Florida Alligator

Vol. 63, No. 94

TO REVIEW IN 3-5 YEARS
Regents Put Indefinite
Moratorium On Ph.D.s

By MARY ANN WHITLEY
Alligator Staff Writar
Floridas Board of Regents
meeting Monday morning in St.
Petersburg, placed an indefinite
moratorim (to be reviewed in
3-5 years) on all further graduate
programs except the masters
program.
A major policy decision of
the board, said Robert Mautz,
chancellor of the Board of
Regents, was the approval (at
UF) of a Ph.D. in Philosophy
provided that some PhD.
programs be terminated.
FOUR OTHER PhD.
programs, one at Florida State
University and three at the
University of South Florida were
approved by the board.
Consideration of the

UF Attempts To Avoid Censureship

By RANDY BELLOWS
Alligator Staff Writer
The UF administration made
a final effort this weekend to
ward off a recommendation of
censure ship by the American
Association of University
Professors (AAUP) Committee
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... a major policy decision
articulation policy was deferred
and referred back to the
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on Academic Freedom and
Tenure.
Four administrators, including
UF President Stephen C.
OConnell, and Dean of the
Graduate School Harold P.
Hanson, flew to Washington
Friday afternoon to speak
before Committee A of the
AAUP.
IN THE organizations Winter
Bulletin an ad-hoc investigating
committee studying the denial
of tenure to Dr. Marshall B.
Jones in 1967, pointed to a
serious lack of academic
freedom for tenured as well as
non-tenured UF faculty.
Jones had been recommended
for tenure by his department
chairman in the College of
Medicine. The Personnel Board,
a recommending body to the
university president, Voted twice
against his tenure, however.
Former President J. Wayne Reitz

the Raiford riots, the treatment of the prisoners and
general facts about the penal system and
To give the prisoners moral support by knowing that
people are concerned about their conditions.
WE ARE ALSO asking for a termination of office for
some of the prison officials because of the things they
condoned and are responsible for, Miss Edelman said.
Some of the prison officials Miss Edelman named are:
Louie L. Wainwright, director of corrections; R.B. Turner,
assistant superintendent of Raiford; Chief of Guards
Major McKenzie; and Boss McLendon of the Raiford
guard unit.

board at OConnells request,
Mautz said.
Reasons given for the
moratorium were that the board
wanted a review of the existing
programs with the idea that
some should be combined and
others eliminated, explained
Mautz. Continuing fiscal
problems was another factor in
the decision.
WE HAVE HAD a period of
expansion, said Mautz, and it
is time to stop and take account
of where we are.
Lastly, the boards decision
makes recognition of the
growing surplus of Ph.D.s.
A report at the meeting on an
upper division campus in St.
Petersburg was received with the
comment that action would have
to be deferred until financing is
available, Mautz said.

supported the Personnel Board
decision, and denied Jones
tenure.
Jones appealed the decision,
and requested the new president,
OConnell, to review Reitzs
position. OConnell refused to
second-guess Reitz, and Jones
left to accept a faculty position
at the University of Pennsylvania
Medical School.
COMMITTEE A voted to
publish the Investigating
Committees finding but would
not make any decision or
recommendation on UF censure.
A decision will be made,
however, before the AAUP
national convention convenes in
April.
We tried to point out the
specific errors and inaccuracies
in their committee report, UF
attorney Tom Biggs said.
All four administrators
OConnell, Executive Vice

Tuesday, March 2, 1971

Miss Edleman said that the rally will also try to inform
the students about the Lake Butler Center demonstrations
last week where all prisoners are taken before being
admitted to state or federal jail.
INFORMATION ABOUT the Raiford trials in
Jacksonville is also on tomorrows agenda.
We will explain what is happening there and why we
want the federal government to take over and
investigate, Miss Edelman said.
Speakers for the rally include: a former Raiford inmate,
John Ricardo; Earl Wilcox (BSU); Joe McCloud (BSU)
and Lynne Edelman (SMC).

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was submitted the UF used a
somewhat different emphasis in
its approach.
IN OUR two previous replies
to the AAUP we attempted to
print out the errors in the
report, Biggs said. This time
we just presented arguments
against the report's
conclusions. /
The UF administration has
repeatedly attacked the
Investigating Committee for not
following its own AAUP
standards and procedures. They
effectively prevented us from
presenting our side of the denial
of tenure, Biggs said.
The UF delegation was
somewhat surprised by the
change in membership of
Committee A, since the start of
investigation. We just weren't
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r, Th# Florida Alligator, Tuesday, March 2,1971

Local Apartments Vary With Price

(EDITORS NOTE: This is the
second in a two-part series on
off-campus housing.)
By MARIANNE MACINA
Alligator Staff Writor
If you are a UF student
looking for somewhere to live
next fall you might be interested
to know that there are
approximately 90 different
apartment complexes in
Gainesville mentioned on the
Student Off-Campus Housing
Comprehensive List of Dwelling
Unit and Rooming Unit Projects.
According to Student
Off-Campus Housing Counselor,
Mrs. Eleanore Denny, the
apartment complexes mentioned
on the comprehensive list have
been approved for the following
reasons:
THE BUILDING is
structurally sound, with interior
walls free from scaling paint or
falling plaster, floors generally
level, firm, and free from broken
surfaces or holes and other
structural members or
attachments solid. The building
is weatherproof against rain and
wind. Electrical wiring is
adequate and safe with respect
to convenience outlets, switches,
pull chains and fuse or breaker
boxes.
Heating provisions are
adequate for minimum winter
conditions, and heating units are

Young Voter Status Same Until
New Registration Forms Arrive

By BRUCE KUEHN
Mivigaior otiff writer
Registration to vote in federal
elections for 18-20-year-olds will
continue as before in Alachua
County according to Alma
Bethea, supervisor of elections.
Mrs. Bethea said she will
follow the same policy she has
followed since the 18-year-old
vote was made a federal law last
fall. She said this following
Florida Attorney General
Robert Shevins announcement
Feb. 26 that 18-20-year-olds
may register to vote in federal
elections.
MRS. BETHEA said the same
problem that still exists is the
new registration form for
18-20-year-olds has not come in
yet from the Secretary of State
Richard Stones office. As a
result, those registering may be
called back to sign the new
forms.
However, 18-20-year-olds may
register any time they wish
according to Mrs. Bethea.
The difference between the
old and new forms is in the old
form the stated age is at least 21

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 its published semi-weekly, and during student
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of their authors. Address correspondence to the Florida Alligator, Reitz
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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. &

safely installed with respect to
venting, supply lines and
surrounding surfaces. Use of
portable oil burning heaters is
not permitted, and unvented gas
burning space heaters are
prohibited in sleeping rooms and
one-room apartments.
It also provides that plumbing
fixtures must be in good
working order and connected to
proper sewage disposal facilities.
Bathroom floor surfaces permit
proper sanitation.
A. rooming unit without its
own bath must have access to
bath facilities on the same floor
without passage through another
rooming unit, living room,
dining room or kitchen.
WINDOWS AND exterior
doors used or intended to be
used for natural ventilation must
be supplied with screening
properly fitted and in sound
condition. Unit entrances must
have adequate locks and each
occupant of the unit must be
supplied with a key.
The list concludes that
necessary repairs will be made
by the owner within a
reasonable time after notice and
that your unit will be clean
when you take occupancy, and
your landlord will cooperate in
pest control measures if needed.
The off-campus
comprehensive list states that
furnished units included are
approved under the following
conditions:
The furnishings supplied
are sound, dean and in usable

and the residency requirement is
stated as one year for the state
and six months for the county.
IN THE NEW form the stated
age will be at least 18.
In effect, those who register
now who are under 21 are
signing a false statement
according to Mrs. Bethea.
The delay in the arrival of the
new forms is because the state
legislature has not yet changed

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by the owner in case repairs are
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Mattress pads or covers are
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coverings are supplied. Adequate
containers are supplied for
outside storage or garbage and
trash.
INCLUDED IN the
off-campus housing
comprehensive list are The Place,
one of the most expensive
apartment complexes; La Bonne
Vie Apartments, average rent
costs; and Colonial Manor,

the qualifications for those
under 21 to comply with the
federal law. The federal law,
besides lowering the voting age
to 18, changes the residency
requirement to 30 days for both
county and state.
However, Stone has been
charged with determining the
qualifications and Mrs. Bethea
expects the new forms within
the month.

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which is a little less expensive
than the Sin City apartment
belt. The managers of the
proceeding apartment complexes
were surveyed about UF student
off campus housing.
Roger Blackburn, manager of
The Place, said he offers both
9-month and 12-month
contracts. The rent ranges from
$270-$375 per month for the
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added, this includes utilities.
According to Blackburn, the
apartments at The Place indude
four or five bedrooms, two
baths, air-conditioning and
heating, oven, garbage disposal,
dishwasher, t.v. antenna,
pavillion and three laundry
rooms.
WE HAVE ALREADY
begun renting apartments for
next fall, Blackburn said.
We require a S2OO security
deposit and the last months rent
in advance.
Mrs. Kathy Gilbert, manager
of La Bonne Vie, stated that
about 98 apartments out of 100
are rented to UF students. We
dont require a 12 month lease
this year but we will beginning
next fall.
According to Mrs. Gilbert, La
Bonne Vie rent ranges from
$155.00 for one bedroom to
$230.00 per month for a three
bedroom apartment.

THE RENT IS $205.00 per
month for a two bedroom
furnished apartment and
$215.00 per month for a
townhouse, Mrs. Gilbert added.
These prices do not indude
utilities.
The apartments include two
baths, Mrs. Gilbert stated, air
conditioning-heating units,
range, refrigerator, garbage
disposals, dishwashers, draperies
and wall to wall carpeting.
Mrs. Gilbert said students
should start applying for
apartments in May or June. We
require a SIOO.OO damage
deposit and the last months rent
due in advance.
MRS. BETTY BANKS,
manager of Colonial Manor,
stated that nine tenths of her
tenants were UF students.
According to Mrs. Banks,
Colonial Manor rent ranges from
$l2O-$ 125 per month without
utilities for one bedroom
apartments.
The apartments include one
bath, Mrs. Banks stated, air
conditioning-heating, oven,
garbage disposal and bathroom
fan.
Student should apply for fall
leases as soon as possible, Mrs.
Banks commented. We require
a SIOO security deposit and one
months rent due upon
occupancy.



Dialogue Airs Gay Lib Tonight

By SAYE SUTTON
Alligator Writer
Gay Liberation and
homosexuality will be tonights
open forum topic for Florida
Blue Key produced Dialogue.
Guest speaker, President of
Gay Lib at Florida State, Hiram
Ruiz will answer audience
questions accompanied by Julius
M. Johnson, campus coordinator
of Gay Lib here.
The main problems
organizers encounter are myths
and superstitions about the
purpose and intent of Gay lib
and homosexuality. This is
what wed like to clear up on
Dialogue, commented Johnson.
GAY UB AT Florida State
was approved by student body
vote on May 5, 1970 after
becoming active in the fall of
1969. On Sept. 18, 1970 the
Florida Board of Regents denied
recognition of Gay Lib on any
Florida campus.
The Board of Regents
decision read: The
establishment of Gay Liberation
Front on any Florida campus is
against the spirit of the Board of
Regents and is in direct violation
of the Florida statutes.
JOHNSON RECENTLY
received a memo from Lester
Hale, vice president of student
affairs concerning his attempts
at establishing a Gay Lib front at
UF.
Hales memo stated that 1
couldnt go through regular legal
channels for presenting an
application, Johnson said.
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statement of intent and purpose
to be reviewed by the legal
department. They will pass a
decision on our application,
Johnson said.
As a result of the Dialogue
program, Johnson says he wants

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aware of it, Biggs said.
AT THE administration
requested hearing, the UF
emphasized that a published
article and speech on faculty and
student rebellion by Dr. Jones
played no part in the Personnel
Boards original 7-1 decision to
not recommend tenure.
The Personnel Board later
voted 5-3 to support their
original decision. According to
Biggs, Vice President Conner was
the only one who actually
considered the article in making
his tenure decision. And he still
considers it proper evidence,
Biggs said.
The administration told
committee members during the
hour-long hearing that a
standard policy preliminary
report was never published.
All decisions necessary for
publication had already been
made when we were finally sent
a copy of the Investigating
Committees report, Biggs said.
Although drastic changes
were then made in content
(before final publishing) the
committee never reconsidered its
conclusions. In effect they made
us regard the AAUP as the
adversary rather than the people
who spoke out or disagreed with
our tenure decision.
BIGGS CHARACTERIZED
the AAUP committee
conclusions and the ensuing
press coverage as marked by
confusion from the beginning.
There hasnt been a straight

to establish better community
understanding of the Gay
Liberation Front (GLF),
homosexuality and
homosexuals.
People who are hesitant to
come to open meetings may get

out presentation by anyone,
including the Alligator, Biggs
said.
The investigating Committee
itself used whatever statements'
or parts of statements they
wanted, while misquoting and
misstating the position of every
member of the UF Personnel
Board.

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Bomb Explodes In Capitol

WASHINGTON (UPI) A powerful bomb exploded in a rest room
normally used by senators in the U.S. Capitol early Monday, 30
minutes after an anonymous telephone caller said the blast was in
retaliation for U.S. support of military operations inside Laos.
The explosion at 1:30 a.m. EST caused no injuries, but it
demolished the lavatory and severely damaged several adjoining
rooms. Despite its force and location, the blast failed to buckle the
west wall of the Capitol which has been described as so shaky it could
collapse under its own weight.
PRESIDENT NIXON called the explosion a shocking act of
violence which will outrage all Americans ... totally deplorable.
Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott said it apparently was a
political bombing but that the Senate will not be swayed by
terrorist tactics.
Sen. George S. McGovern, D-S.D., the only announced 1972
presidential candidate, called the act barbaric, but blamed it on
our Vietnam madness.
House Democratic Leader Hale Boggs of Louisiana, reporting on an

Five Finger Exercise -Drama
Os Tense Family Difficulties

By EARL WHITE
Alligator Correspondent
The outward appearance of
the Harringtons country house
in Suffolk, England seems
peaceful enough. Inside
however, the constant friction of
opposing personalities creates an
explosive situation. I
None of the members in the
Harrington family really
understand each other, or even

Mr
SAM ZIMMERMAN AND JOHN SCHATZ
... in rehearsal for Five Finger Exercise

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Practice English wish an International
on a one-to-one basis, one hour each week
Baptist Student Center
1604 W. University MONDAY-WEDNESDAY
372-4711 4-8 PM

TRY to. Then Walter Langer, a
young German tutor, portrayed
by Marshall Breeze, comes to
live with them. It all adds up to
a tense two act play titled Five
Finger Exercise.
SUE OWENS plays the role of
Louise Harrington, an aggressive
English woman whose ideas of
friendship are somewhat
different from those of Walter
Langer, and especially those of
her family.

early investigation, said it had been determined the explosion resulted
from a very large amount of very powerful explosives a
tremendous amount of explosives. There was no immediate dollar
estimate of damage.
THE EXPLOSION demolished the 12-by-12 foot mens room, and
seriously damaged an adjacent barber shop. It also damaged a
senators dining room situated across the hall and caused some damage
to several small offices nearby, including some on the floor above.
The mens room, unmarked and normally used by senators, is on
the ground floor of the Senate side of the Capitol the north side
and lies immediately adjacent to the controversial west wall.
Some critics have proposed that the wall be torn down as
structurally unsafe. But the Monday explosion did not collapse the
wall, even though it occurred at one of its most vulnerable spots.
CAPITOL POLICE CHIEF James Powell reported what appeared
to be a serious crack in the wall, but noted it was not known
whether it was a new crack or an old one widened by the explosion.
The west wall is part of the original Capitol building on which
construction began in 1793.

Clive Harrington, Louises
high-strung son, is played by
John Schatz. Clive has many
problems, one of them is his
desire, but inability to
communicate with his father,
Stanley, played by Sam
Zimmerman.
Then there is Pamela
Harrington, the teen-age
daughter, who is full of
happiness and life, protrayed by
Jennifer Pritchett. Walter has
been hired to tutor Pamela, and
trouble ensues when his illusion
of the happy English family
life is shattered by the individual
selfishness within this happy
family.
The play, written by Peter
Shaffer, is directed by Richard
Lake, assistant Professor of
theatre. The cast is made up of
UF students, with the exception
of Jennifer Pritchett, who is a
senior at P.K. Younge.
Five Finger Exercise is the
second production of the winter
quarter for the Florida Players.
It will run split week-ends in the
HP. Constans Theatre: March 4,
5, 6 and March 11,12, & 13. AH
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Office Os Veteran Affairs May Fade Out

By BARBARA BECKER
Alligator Correspondent
The Office of Veteran Affairs
created at the beginning of
winter quarter may quietly die
at the end of the quarter because
of the administrations failure to
replace Dick Gentry,
coordinator of Veteran Affairs,
when he leaves to start law
school.
It appears this office has
been created temporarily to shut
up the veterans, said Jay
Pfeiffer, member of Veterans for
Peace and United Student
Action (USA), a student lobby
group.
JUST RECENTLY the office
was switched from the
Department of Student Affairs
under Dean James T. Hennessey
to the Department of Student
Development under Dean Frank
T. Adams, Jr.
According to Gentry, neither
office is willing to take the
responsibility to hire someone to
take his place.
Nobody knows who is
responsible and that is their
protection, said Gentry.
AS IT IS now, Gentry, the
Athletes Raising
Funds For Camp
With Bike Race
Athletes from UF will be
competing in a bicycle race on
Saturday at 8:30 a.m. in an
attempt to raise funds to send
children to camp this summer
through the Federation of
Christian Athletes (FCA).
According to J ack
Youngblood defensive end for
the UF football team, the
athletes will start out from
Florida Field, ride along
Highway 24, 57 miles to Cedar
Key.
FOLLOWING THE race,
there will be a fish fry at Cedar
Key. A charge of $1 per plate
will be collected for the fund.
Were expecting a big turnout,
Youngblood said, all are invited
to come down to the Key.
Youngblood also made a
request for anyone who is
willing to lend his bicycle,
preferably 10-speed, for the
race to call the athletes at
392-9993. They will come and
pick up the bicycle and return it
on Sunday.
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sole employe of the office, has
been working with veterans in
need of either scholastic or
financial aid.
Gentry and Pfeiffer have been
working to extend the functions
of the office so it can take care
of all the administrative
problems concerning veterans. In
addition to tutorial service and
helping veterans get financial aid
it would process their papers for
the G.I. Bill.
What we want is for veterans
who know about problems
veterans face to handle the
administration of the Gi. Bill to
make it more personal, Pfeiffer
said.
HENNESSEY SAID the
administration feels Richard
Whitehead, the registrar, is doing
a good job handling the G.I. Bill
and there is no need to change.
In addition, Hennessey
pointed out the registrar already
has all the facilities to handle the
G.I. Bill.
Pfeiffer said the plan was for
the office to take control of the
records and to have access to the
registrars computer.
THE VETERANS also wanted
to extend the office to indude
an outreach program. It would
contact veterans in Florida
presently idle and guide eligible
vets to universities, junior
colleges or trade schools to train
them for some kind of work.
Hennessey cited lack of funds
as a reason this plan would be
unfeasible. The $3 per veteran
per quarter given to the registrar
by the V.A. doesnt even pay
for the secretary charged with
the responsibility of keeping the
records up to date, he said.
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Washington, D.C. HEW has
supported similar outreach
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be able to help fund one here.
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link-ups with other outreach
programs in the state.
In the meantime, if the
administration doesnt hire
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. The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, March 2, 1971

I A s soon as men decide that all means are
permitted to fight an evil, then their
fesW good becomes indistinguishable from the
Srj evil that they set out to destroy.
Christopher Dawson
The Judgement of the Nations
EDITORIAL
To Bomb Is
To Succumb
The bombing of a portion of the nations Capitol building
on Monday is an unfortunate and senseless action that will
bring no positive results.
A great deal more was destroyed in the bombing than the
actual walls, windows and doors of a structure.
Perhaps the bombing was the work of a left wing group.
Or a right wing group. Or a small number of frustrated
individuals.
Which ever it was, the intent must have been justified in
somebodys mind. But, in our own thought on the matter,
we can find no justification at all.
We will grant anyone the right to make criticisms and
accusations about the sometimes inane policies of our
goverment. We would encourage anyone to speak out and to
make his concern be felt through actions designed to
effect pressure for change.
In the form of bombing the Capitol the responsible party
has succeeded in neither specifying a criticism or effecting
any kind of change but a physical one.
We can do better than that.
It is very likely that if authorities are unable to find the
guilty party, groups such as the Black Panthers, the
Weathermen, or students at large will be linked to the
action.
Unsubstantiated accusal of anyone can not rectify the
action or bring justice. We hope authorities will use good
judgement in their investigation.
But we feel compelled to comment on the total lack of
logic employed in the bombing itself.
To live on the premise that the only way to change a
situation or a system is to destroy it, brings one down to the
level of pure barbarism. And, if that is in fact what we so
uigently need to get away from, destructive acts can do the
cause no service.
Granted, the world is in a very sorry state, i.e. a nagging
war, widespread poverty, misdirected priorities. But to have
enough sense to recognize that these things need changing
necessitates an accompanying realization that reason and
intelligence must dictate the course to follow.
If we succumb to the anarchistic alternative that is aimed
at destroying what little good civilization provides us, we
will have shown a great lack of confidence in our own
ability to cope with the perplexing problems before us.
Were a long way from that point.
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Here, now: Is that any way for the new, elite, hardy,
nmpssive South Vietnamese trooper to act?

The . Sam Pepper Phyllis Gallub
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William Buckley recently just
bubbled all over his column
about the springing up of some
various right wing oriented
groups on campus.
He commended the old
stand-bys, those Young
Americans For Freedom, and
went on to tell of the exploits of
some new and (heh heh) rather
amusing campus rightists. Even
goes so far as to treat his
syndicated audience to some
(heh heh) tart examples of their
rather witty parries.
CONCERNING THE
Scranton Commissions Report
of Campus Unrest, a right-wing
student rag The Alternative
says (need we add heh heh?):
After enjoining a team of
brilliantly idealistic young
researchers (average age: 13
years, age range: seven months
to 93 years) to analyze that
300-page document for the past
three months, I now have their
conclusions before me, and you
will be relieved to hear that I
intend to have the Rt. Hon. Mr.
Scranton prosecuted as a
common nuisance. Further I
urge that the rest of the
disgusting nitwits who aided and
abbetted him while serving as
fellow commissioners be
prosecuted for graft.
Now that, as Im sure
everyone is aware, is truly
pungent satire.
THE WHOLE thing brings to
mind a conclusion I reached
some time ago about
intellectual conservatives,
which is namely that the title is
very close to a contradiction in
terms. >

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The reason for Mr. Buckleys
giddieness at having found some
soul-mates on college campuses
is obvious. They are as rare as
incense burners at a 4-H
meeting.
INDEED, Mr. Buckley himself
is in great demand as a columnist
because editors who wish to
present a balanced opinion page
are generally hard-pressed to find
a right-winger who types, much
less expresses a teneble position,
something, alas, even the quite
lucid Mr. Buckley sometimes
fails to do.
1 have always maintained that
the campus right winger is an
anachronism. Their souls have
grown old before their bodies.
They are already worried about
protecting their middle class
trinkets from the radical
commies, and this is before they
even HAVE those middle class
trinkets. They have premature
arteriosclerosis of the spirit.
What a pity.
THEY ARE even mistrusted
by those members of the older

generation with whom they
should find complete rapor. One
YAFFer, attending a convention
was accosted by a good old solid
american Shriner because the
youngster had a beard.
Whyntcha leave the country if
you dont like it, said the Silent
Majorityite with disgust, when
he spotted the fatal trio, youth,
beard, and a button with the
word freedom on it. (little
matter in what context.)
It is, therefore, no wonder Mr.
Buckley should go girlish over
discovering some sort of token
alliance on the campuses. The
truly amazing thing about most
campus fighters, as well as even
Buckley himself, is that when
the issues are truly clear, the
thinking right wingers come out
smelling like liberals. An
example: The same paper
Buckley quotes has a gift list
which includes: To the F-l 1
wings, or anything that will
make it fly. To the John Birch
Society Tooth Decay. The
article goes on to
unceremoniously point out that
Birchers oppose flurodated
water. Good idea. When you are
writing for right-wingers, better
not leave anything to the
imagination.
BUCKLEY CONCLUDES
that The Alternative proves
very conclusively that: the
other side is very very vulnerable
to student wit.
Naw, Bill. The other side is
vulnerable to the truth. And we
just havent seen a hell of a lot
of that remaikable product
emanating from your side of the
fence.



Sick
EDITOR:
I would like to thank the
people who attended the 11
movie at the Union last Friday
night for one of the most
disgusting and revolting
experiences I have ever been
through.
Before the movie started there
was a short documentary
entitled, Fifth Street, which
depicted the misery of many
homosexuals, drunks, and other
such deviants in the Los
Angeles area. The theater was
filled almost to capacity with
many so-called hip people. As
the film proceeded and the
suffering that these men live
every day was revealed, I was
both amazed and appalled at the
steady rise of laughter and
snickers that were elicited from
the crowd.
1 won't generalize so I am
directing my statements to the
particular group of people that
was attending that show. (I am
not cynical or pessemistic
enough to believe that too many
people could find humor in such
a pathetic situation). But I was
particularly disappointed and
disillusioned with people in that
audience. I am sure that many of
you think of yourselves as
liberal," freethinking,
progressive, and profeSs
platitudes of equality, justice,
freedom, etc. If this is the
strength of your convictions all I
can say is that I'm so sick 1
could vomit on your empty,
superficial causes, drives and
proclamations. If you are the
people who are going to bring
about changes for the
betterment of society, God help
us.
NAME WITHHELD
Furriner 1
EDITOR:
Re the remarks by Assistant
Tennis Coach MJB. Chafin: We
cant recruit foreigners too well
because of our high academic
standards... in Mondays
Alligator.
I hate to get down to the level
of personal attacks and I will try
not to do so. However, it irks
me quite a lot to hear someone

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who is supposedly a respectable
coach spew out souch bigoted
remarks. I heard of sore losers
before, but this one really takes
it. Mr. Chafin is obviously upset
with the loss the Gators took
last weekend. And as a good
loser he tried to blame
everything from the clay courts
to the foreigners on the other
teams.
RIGHT Mr. Chafin, it is one
of those great international plots
in which all of us foreign bom
creatures got together to make
your life impossible.
Let me remind you of one
thing, take a good look at the
grade point average of the
foreign-bom students on this
campus, and then you compare
that average to South Eastern
Conference standards, and then
you can tell me about your
damned high standards. As a
side comment, maybe if Ralph
Hart and Dan Landrum had not
been removed from the squad
because of long hair the team
would not have fared so badly.
CARLOS J.UCEA4JM
Furriner 2
EDITOR:
I am taking time out from a
busy schedule to answer some
remarks which appeared in the
sports pages of the Alligator. It
is hard to believe the sour grapes
excuse which Mr. Chafin
employed to rationalize the UF
tennis debacle at Cape Coral this
past week. Really Mr. Chafin,
foreign students are not that
dumb and certainly Floridas
high academic standards does
not prevent recruitment from
state schools for our football
teams.
I would ask Mr. Chafin that in
the future he look at his team in
order to find the reasons for
defeat rather than to cast
aspersions at the fine athletes
who are guests in our fine
country. I personally know
many of the team members of
the UM squad and I certainly do
not find their intelligence
wanting. It is a sad comment on
our educational system that a
statement like Mr. Chafins

should be allowed to stand
without rebuttal. We will
certainly not gain the trust and
friendship of Latin Americans if
these ridiculous ethnocentric
ravings are allowed to stand. I
certainly do not think that study
in a foreign school system
retarded my intellectual
development.
DIEGO G. RIVERO, 7AS
Potter
EDITOR:
Three cheers for Dr. Potter
and Dr. Kline who visited
Tolberi Area Thursday night,
the 25th. The reason for their
visit was part of a campus wide
Sex Conference. They were very
frank and open during the entire
discussion and Im sure that
their efforts were greatly
appreciated by all of those who
had attended.
The discussion was very
informative, and many questions
were answered as well as many

And The Beat Goes On

By BRUCE ALPER
Alligator Columnist
The year is 1954; the plaoe
Brooklyn, New York. The snow
is already six inches deep and it
is bitter cold. My brother and I
are under attack by a mob of
eight-year-olds hurling snow
balls at us on our porch on East
53rd Street. Suddenly I decide
to escalate the conflict in the
hope of dealing a crushing blow
to the enemy. I grab some ice
and snow and nicely round it off
into an ice ball which is without
a doubt a most lethal weapon. I
hurl it down upon the enemy
right into the face of one of
them. The ice ball shatters on his
face and he breaks out crying in
pain. The battle is over... we
have won a great victory.
It is April, 1961, and Brigade
2506 has just landed at the Bay
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to plan. The supply ships are
sunk by Castros American
T-38s even though the CIA said
they could never function as
fighter-bombers. The expected
general uprising does not take
place. The invaders are unable to
establish a beachhead to last
twenty-four hours. Failure,
failure, suffering and death set
in. Their fate is sealed; they are
doomed to defeat. Captured,
they are sent to the hell on the
Isle of Pines where they suffer
and die more. And even though
they have lost they still, even
now, feel that someday they
shall return. They really believe
this but they also do not know if
it is really only a dream.
It is 1963, a mild November
day in Brooklyn, New York.
And it is also sunny in Dallas. It
is the 22nd day of November
and a bullet of lead strikes down
the nations president. One life
gone and every other life
changed forever. I will do my
best. That is all I can do. I ask
your help and Gods, And so
Lyndon Baines Johnson
becomes President when he
would rather be anywhere else
but in Dallas.
It is April 4, 1968 and in
Memphis another sniper finds his
mark. I have a dream... a
dream ... but it becomes a
nightmare for those who live
through those terrible days. So
that long hot summer begins in
Memphis, Tennessee. Its heat
wave spreads across the nation
and engulfs it in flames-fiames
arising from the fires within men

Tuesday, March 2,1971, The Florida Aligrior,

again to Drs. Potter and Kline,
wed like to have you back.
RICHARD KATZ 2UC

which we ourselves have ignited.
It is May, 1970 and we are a
divided nation. Suddenly at
Kent State there is a crack of
gun fire and instantly, almost
incomprehensibly, we are
divided from the living and the
dead. In Vietnam there are
54,000 U.S. dead, and 300,000
wounded. Yet, the four who fell
at Kent seem more a part of
each of us than our brave
fighting men.
It is February, 1971. In New
York two young men are caught
breaking into a wig shop. They
are identified; it is the shop
which their very own father
owns. They are heroin addicts
and desperately in need of
money for a fix. The whole
generation seems to be high on
drugs but low on brains. But it is
getting to be an almost
impossible battle. If you dont
smoke pot youre not with it,
youre not hip, youre square.
And maybe youre also alive and
living in the real world. The
whole lousy generation seems to
be going to pot. Any holdouts
here? Anybody around here got
the guts to say NO!!, I dont
want any ... go shove it?
And time marches on. But so
do armies, so do nations and
wars. Things really dont change
all that much. Yet somehow
when we look back in time
things seem almost as tough as
though they were good; in fact,
better than things today. But
Kennedy, King, Kent," and
war ... things were no better
yesterday or seventeen years
ago. They only seem so because
we are afraid of tomorrow for
we know not what it holds.
Most likely tomorrow will be
much like today and yesterday,
yet different in many ways.
Time and history are made by
men and the only way to change
these things is for us to change
ourselves. But have we really
changed? Are we any different
from what we were in 1954?

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flash to music on any stereo, great
with a black light. Jim 373-3028
(A-3t-93-p)
Panasonic reel to reel tape recorder.
SIOO.OO Call Jim at 373-3615
anytime. (A-st-93-p)
Girl's bike 3 speeds like new. $45 or
best offer. 373-3187 (A-2t-93-p)
Bosch & Lomb monocular
microscope. Best offer, call 376-7670
(A-st-93-p)
Out of sight 36" black light. Great
buy only S2O. Almost new. Call John
at 378-3566 anytime. (A-4t-93-p)
FOR RENT
Wanted: two roomates for Spring
quarter. University Gardens. $67.50
per/mth. call Fran 373-4377
evenings. (B-st-92-p)
Two roommates needed for the
place, have your own bedroom,
right across from tigert. 82.50 per
mo. includes util. grad, studs, please
373-4346 (B-(B-5t-90-p)
Room/apt, A/C, maid & linen service
share bath & kitchen, cable tv ext.
only $76/mo. includes all utilities
one block from campus at No 6 102
NW 13th St. Call Den at 376-9389
(B-3t-93-p)
Beautiful 4 bdrm. House only a few
months old- nice neighborhood with
no hassles from the neighbors
reasonable rent call Nora. 378-3733
Leave name and number (B-3t-93-p)
Sublet 1 bedroom furnished apt.
A/C, patio, no pets. Available March
20. $lO5 per month. Call 373-1526.
(B-3t-92-p)
Peace and Quiet. Like it? If so, and
youre looking for a home, call
378-6831 after 7 pm. $l3O a month,
1921 SW 14th Terrace. (B-st-92-p)

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I, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, March 2,1971

FOR RENT
Urgently need one female roomate
for Spring Quarter N 0.112 Village
Park overlooking pool June rent
already paid. Call 376-6187 anytime
(B-st-92-p)
Sublet 1 apt (Mar 20 Sept. 71)
furnished; 1 bedrm; a/c heat $l2O
close to Med Center; back patio
children and pet OK; quiet area Call
373-1103 1906 SW 14 Terr.
(B-st-95-p)
1 Male Roommate Needed.
Gatortown Apartments. Rent Paid
till March 15 Take Over Now And
save call 466-3309 (B-st-92-p)
FREE June rent need 2 coeds to
sublease landmark apt for spring qtr
you pay just 47.50 + util for 2 mos
live 3rd month rent free 373-2268
(B-st-91-p)
Need 1 female roomate for spring
quarter. 1 blk from campus $55 mo.
+ Vz utilities call 378-5898
(B-st-91-p)
HERE IT IS! A Studio apt. Modern,
well furn, A/C, pool. No. 418 1225
SW Ist Ave. Ph. 376-1521 or call
mgr. 37 8-2221 lease to Jun.
(B-st-91-p)
One male roommate for spring
quarter. La Mancha Apts $75 month
utilities included pool walk to
campus. 372-1339 or 376-9432.
(B-3t-94-p)
Male Roomate wanted. $35 per mo.
+ 1/3 utilities. Parklane apts. call
373-3573 available spr. and sum. qts.
close to campus (B-st-93-p)
Sublet furn. 1 bedrm. apt. a/c gas
heat 1 blk. from campus $l2O mo.
Colonial Manor Apts. N 0.92 call
Connie or Lynda 373-2967
(B-3t-94-p)
2 girls need 1 or 2 roommates spring
quarter for 2 bedroom apt., central
heat, ac, pool. Share monthly rent of
$165. Call 378-8634 (B-3t-94-p)
Need two female roommates for
Spring and Summer quarters
Landmark Apt. 109 $47.50 plus
utilities Call B on or Barb 372-9886
(B-st-91-p)
Need 3 roommates to sublet 4 bdr
apt. 1 blk from campus pool and
sauna call 372-6272 for details.
(B-st-90-p)
Hawaiian Village, sublet 2 bedrm.
unfrn, A/C, pool, w/w carpets,
dishwasher, disposal, $l5O mo. Avail
Apt. 1. Call 378-6974 after- spm
(B-st-94-p)
WANTED
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Female roommate to share nice two
bedroom Summit House apt. spring
and summer quarter. Pools, close to
campus, air cond. Call 373-2980.
(C-st-90-p)

FSU FLYING
CIRCUS
Saturday, March 6, 1971
3:00 and 8:00
Florida Fiald
SI.OO Students & children
$1.50 general admission
Tickets on sale wwkdwi from
12:00 to 4:30 at Constant Box Office
, and Scars Lay-Away Daak
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sponsored by the J. Wayne Rdtz Union
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WANTED
Female roommate spring Qr. for for
- for near med center, own room
$55 per mo. >/ 2 utilities call 378-4196
(C-7t-90-p)
Male Roomate for spring qtr. Own
room 11x13, unit AC, near campus,
cable TV. $55 mo. + Vz util. Avail 1
Mar. Call 376-0716, 5-7 pm
(C-st-90-p) 9
2 male roommates for spring quarter
to share 3 bedroom a/c house.
Furnished. Grad students preferred.
$57.50/mo. ea. + utilities. 372-1349
(C-st-91-p)
Need female to sublease F. Q.-apt.
46.25 + util. Large bedroom move in
nowcall 378-4614 (C-st-91-p)
Female Roommate needed Landmark
Apt. 37 Available Mar 1 47.50/mo
373-3107 (C-st-92-p)
Liberal female roommate for 2
bedrm Williamsburg townhouse
No. 11 52.50 + V utilities call
372- x 245 8:30 to 4:30 or
373- anytime (C-st-92-p)
One or two male roommates for
Gatortown apt. N 0.245. Available
immediately, 47.50/mo. + V utilities.
Call Greg 378-3250 (C-2t-93-p)
Need 1 female roommate for spring
quarter village park N 0.30,.30, $65.00
plus utilities call 376-8119, Caryn
or Susan anytime (C-3t-93-p)
Female Roommate for apt one block
from campus. S7O plus utilities.
378-5727 or 376-0942. Unda
(C-st-93-p)
Female roommate for La Bonne Vie
townhouse $53.75 immediate
occupancy rent paid until Mar. 15
call 378-4403 after 5 ask for Kathy
(C-st-93-p)
Joining PEACE CORPS 3-21-71,
female roomate needed Viz block from
campus $55/mo. + V 2 util, call
Barbara after spm 373-3827
(C-3t-93-p)
2 female roommates to share 2 bdrm.
Gatortown apt. with 2 girls $47.50
per mo. + V* util. Call Michelle
373-4304 or 376-9647 (C-10t-84-p)
Couple wants 1 bedroom apt for spr.
and summer near campus phone after
6 pm 372-4166 (C-3t-94-p)
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2 Female roommates to share
bedroom with private bath in
Hawaiian Village 2 bedroom apt. $55
plus utilities. Call 373-3964
(C-10t-87-p)
One roommate wanted spring qr. to
share room in a 2 bedroom apt. S3B
mo. + 1/3 util. Avail 22 March easy
walking distance from campus call
378-9728 (C-st-93-p)
hip couple or single wanted
immediately for two bedroom
duplex, ac/backyard /carpeted your
share 75.00 + utilities call 376-3281
- Marc (C-2t-94-p)
Heads wanted for cutting styling and
reconditioning free hair analysis.
Redken organic hair care products
trish carol and cindy now working
miracles at trish's hair house.
372-7159 (C-st-94-p)
Straight male roommate for spring
qtr. SIOB. starlite apts. N 0.821 good
clean rooms near campus, central air
condit. and heating, call 378-0452
(C-st-94-p)
Two females to share 3'bedroom apt.
on the pool-spring quarter
Williamsburg apts. call 378-0518
(C-2t-94-p)
Female roommate. Three blocks
from campus Approx. $56
(negotiable). 421 N.W. 15 St.
378-9958 (C-st-94-p)
Looking for apartment for next
quarter Prefer grad student. Call after
7 pm June 376-3085 (C-lt-94-p)
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Big strong freeks wanted for security
at rock concerts, call 373-3842.
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

HELP wanted
Listeners wanted again! Will pay
$2.00 for one hour session. Must be
native English speaking and have
normal hearing. Please call LeVan
between 8 and 5 for appointment.
392-2049. (E-12t-84-c)
SIOO weekly possible addressing mall
for firms Full and part time at
home Send stamped self-addressed
envelope to Blaber Co. Box 12459 El
Paso, Texas 79912 (E-st-90-p)
Students needed to help In my
business. Work the hours you desire,
for appointment call 373-3412
(E-3t-92-p)
AUTOS
Must sell 66* ford galaxie 500 all
power, new polyglas tires, low
mileage, dependable transportation,
call after 5 pm 376-3284 (G-st-90-p)
64 MGB. Rebilt eng. trans and
running gear. New radiator, shocks,
tyres, brakes and batteries. About
$550 or best offer. Call Dana at
372-7904 (G-st-90-p)
For sale 1963 sprite, good cond., best
offer, call Dave at 373-2147
(G-4t-91-p)
LUXURY 69 VW fast back, over 3
mo left on warranty, radio, air,
autotrans, heater, rear window def.
call 378-7834 before 11 pm
(G-4t-91-p)
SHELBY GT 500 1967 low mileage
Call Dave English 376-0739
(G-st-91-p)
Spitfire *64 with late engine. & hard
and soft tops and T.C. 8 wheels with
good tires engine stage 2 $595 call
378-8483 (G-2t-94-p)
Antique. 1950 Dodge, 4dr, fluid
drive. Current & inspection, excellent
condition. S2OO 392-2871 or
376-8987 (G-st-94-p)
1970 Karman Ghia Excellent
condition R/H S2OOO or best offer
call 376-6680 after 5:30 PM
(G-st-91-p)
64 Corvair Monza white, automatic
transmission, radio, excellent
condition. Student. S4OO. call
378-5212 after spm or weekends.
(G-3t-92-p)
Alfa romeo 65 1600 velole ex race
car streetable many spares included.
$995.00 or make offer. H. Matthews
Jax, Fla. Tel 904 388-3030
(G-st-92-p)
68 Volkswagon, black, sunroof, real
clean, SI3OO, Phone 378-7773
(G-3t-93-p)
1969 Lotus Elan 2 plus 2. AM-FM
radio, radial tires, 7000 miles,
white/black interior. Excellent
condition. $4495. Steve Biezer 904
353-5988 Office 904-744-2367
Home Jacksonville (G-3t-93-p)
1969 VW equip, to handle hurst,
empi, radials, konls. Like new cond.
$1750. call Gary 392-7275
(G-st-93-p)
PERSONAL
FREE WINE GUIDE Free Wholesale
Catalog. Hundreds Brand Name
Products At 30%-50% off Write
UNIVERSITY INNVESTORS, Box
50022 Dallas, Texas 75250
((J-3t-93-p)

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PERSONAL
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For the best and lowest priced bike
repairs see Charlie at 103-6 NW 10 St
4-9 pm (J-llt-92-p)
Sandle season is here, order a pair of
fine hand crafted sandtes from the
Eternal Exchange. The
Photoworkshop is now doing
professional portraits, color or b&w
processing, and other photographic
work at reasonable price, both 804
W. Univ. 373-4311 (J-st-90-p)
Riders Wanted: Driving to EL PASO
TEXAS plan to leave March 15th. If
interested call Jennifer 378-8528
(J-st-94-p)
Need a place spring qtr? one girl
wanted to share room in 2 bdrm apt
pool, fully furnished, convenient call
373-3026 or 376-7852 anytime
(J-st-94-p)
Elton John's Your Song" was first
played in Gainesville on WUWU. In
fact, we were the first station East of
the Mississippi to play it! After all
when you're only N 0.2 on campus,
you have to try harderl Thanks for
listening. (J-lt-94-p)
Kathy some give some take some
have habits some have intents some
drink daily at the BB some like KK
donuts some are looking for good
easy times some are cruel bitches
some are sadists some are masochist
some are good guys some are dreamer
some are realists some go to calif
some go and come back some care
and some dont who are you where
are you after renewing with
mudcrutch girl over weekend gotta
say it aint all me babe love u no but I
care hell of a lot maybe some make a
lot outa nothing come around if you
can handle it a flower for my diver
Ed (J-lt-94-p)
Work or have classes In the Med
Center? Girl roommate needed for
spring/summer quarters. Apt. 88 in
Williamsburg. Call Bev 373-3230
(J-st-94-p)
Get CASH for your current lecture
notes, as much as $25 if yours are
selected. Following courses
considered: CEH, CHN, CBS, ATG
201, CY-201-2, STA-320, PS-212,
APY-200, MS-102. Notes must be
your own original work. No photo
copies or commercially sold notes
considered. Prefer typed. Bring notes
today, to University Copycenter,
1632 W. Univ. Ave. Between the
Spanish Main & Univ. Plaza. We
reserve the rights to reject any notes
submitted. (J-lt-94-p)

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Fresh from the country... defenseless
and alone... he faced the citys
toughest gangs... with a book
Starring
PAT BOONE as David Wilkerson with ERIK ESTRADA JACKIE GIROUX
DINO DeFILIPPI *JO-ANN ROBINSON Screenplay by DON MURRAY and JAMES BONNET
Music by RALPH CARMICHAEL Directed by 00N MURRAY* Produced by OICK ROSS
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Tuesday, March 2, 1971, The Florida Alligator,

PERSONAL
Tired of apt living? CLO has openings
for the spring 1 block behind Krystal
- only $195/qt for room and 3 meals
a day. Vince at 376-9473
(J-23t-75-p)
DONT BE SELFISH! EAG needs
help, especially with publicity, call
392-1635, leave your name for Hal &
I will call u back. (J-2t-93-p)
Rock out with RGF in their first
concert in university aud. Fri. March
5. 8:00 PM. Donation of 50 cents to
the Rose Community Center
(J-4t-93-p)
Co-Eds Facial Hair removed forever,
fast, low-cost gentle hair removal.
Edmund Dwyer. Electroiogist...
102 N.W. 2nd Ave. Cali 372-8030
for appointment. (j-44t-54-p)
Sex is best on a water bed. now here
from innerspace Environment,
special offer for students, for
information call Elliott 373-3144
(J-13t-90-p)


LOST <& FOUND
found: mans wrist watch at Gym.
describe and claim, call Jerry
376-2709 (L-3t-93-p)
found: 2 pairs wire rim GLASSES
one pair with case from Dr. Tannon.
Identify and pick up at Union lost
and found (L-3t-94-nc)
$25.00 REWARD. Lost Gold Charm
Braclet Great Sentimental Value Call
378-4560 (L-st-91-p)
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SERVICES
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Tutoring in german by qualified
Native speaker Call 373-2546
(M-3t-92-p)
Exp'd Theses & Dissertations
Del-Ray Typing Service 50 cents and
up per page 373-1984 days 373-1429
aft 6. (M-10t-80-p)
Were wired for sight at the smallest
eyeglass office in town. Drive your
own waiting room to UNIVERSITY
OPTICIANS at 519 SW 4th Ave.,
across from Greyhound Bus Station,
378-4480. (m-tfc)
INCOME TAX returns prepared 35
N. Main St. 378-9666 or 378-6127
Haber & Budd Accountants
(m-46t-57-p)

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SERVICES
Alternators generators starters
electrical systems tested and repaired.
Auto-Electric Service, 1111 S. Main
378-7330. Now! BankAmericard and
Master Charge, (m-tfc)

JML l STEAK HOUSE
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
ALLIGATOR CLASSIFIEDS
To order classifieds, use the form below. Fill in the boxes
allowing 1 box for each letter, space and punctuation mark.
Count 2 boxes for capital letters. Don't use hyphens at the end of
a line (which contains 35 characters). Use additional form if more
than 4 lines are required. Minimum charge is SI.OO for 4 lines.
For each additional line, add $.25. Multiply the total by the
number of days the ad is to run. Subtract the discount for
consecutive insertions (if applicable*). Mail the ad, with
remittance (check preferred) to: Alligator Classifieds, Room 330,
Reitz Union, Gainesville, Florida 32601. No refunds.
Dtodlint -3.-00 pjn. 2 days prior to starting day
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PROFESSIONAL Drat* Counseling
Medic-legal-psychologic, open Sat. &
Sundays, 3265 Virginia St. No. 1,
Miami, 446-6583 appointments.
(m-25t-72-p)



Page 10

'The Florida Alligator .Tuesday; March 2,1971

Gators Defeat
W. Va., 72-71

By MARTY PERLMUTTER
Executive Sports Editor
Florida, down by eight points
with 5:03 remaining in Monday
nights game with West Virginia,
surged back to take the lead at
70-69 and then hung on for a
72-71 victory in Florida Gym.
West Virginia had been in the
lead since late in the first half,
grabbing it at 24-22. But the
Gators stayed with it in the
second half and finally overcame
the Mountaineers lead when
Robert Agee sank both ends of a
one-and-one with 1:32
remaining.
AGEE GAVE us the
maneuverability that we didnt
have in the first half, Gator
head coach Tommy Bartlett said
following the game. For Agee, it
was his third consecutive game

Locals Place High
In Skydiving Meet
By DAVID PAYNE V
Alligator Correspondent
Two local jumpers were among the sky divers who placed in last
weekends Gator Open Skydiving Meet, an event almost marred by
several parachute malfunctions.
Gary Hancock, of Ocala, placed first in the intermediate class, 76
free falls to 200. Alan Ayers of Gainesville, took second place in the
novice class, 10 to 75 free falls. Both are members of the Gator
Sky divers Club.
JUMPS WERE judged on their accuracy to a specified target.
Sharing the spotlight with the two local sky divers, who placed,
were parachute problems that caused three jumpers, including Ayers,
to use their reserve parachutes Sunday afternoon.
The sleeve, which keeps the parachute folded in the pack, failed to
completely come off when Sandy Sheppard pulled her rip cord. Mrs.
Sheppard of Jacksonville said, I tried to clear it, but it wouldnt
come off.
THE SECOND malfunction nearly cost the jumper his life. Ayers
opened his reserve at an estimated altitude of 500 feet.
A lead weight was placed around the rip cord in the back pack to
keep the cord from coming all the way out, thus preventing it from
being lost. The weight was erroneously placed at the top of the rip
cord, instead of the bottom.
A third malfunction occurred when Dave Sims of Fitzgerald, Ga.,
got his pilot chute tangled in his parachute.
WINNERS IN the novice class were David Glenn, Tallahassee, first;
Ayers, second and Terry McDonald, Melbourne, third.
Intermediate class winners were Hancock, first; Donna Phillips,
Lancaster, Pa., second and Ronny Young, Port St. Joe, third.
Advanced class winners were Lee Burgis, Grand Rapids, Mich., first;
Richard McMullen, Rockledge, second and Bob Hilliard, Baltimore,
Md., third.
Six hundred dollars in trophies and cash prizes were awarded to the
nine winners in the 47 field. Trophies were awarded to the novice
winners. Cash prizes were SIOO for first place, SSO for second place
and $25 for third place in the intermediate class. Advanced class
winners received S2OO for first, SIOO for second and SSO for third
place.

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he has come off the bench to
supply the Gators an extra boost
in scoring and on the boards.
Bartlett replaced Gary
Waddell with Agee, who quickly
responded with four foul shots.
He finished the game with 14
points, tied with Earl Findley
for second behind Tony Miller,
who had 19.
Jerry Hoover, who played
West Virginias leading scorer Wil
Robinson head on, kept the
Gators in the game with 11
points in the first half and also
kept Robinson from scoring.
The victory was the Gators
10th of the season, eclipsing last
years mark of nine victories.
West Virginia put two men in
double figures, Mike Heitz and
Levi Phillips, both finishing with
19 points. Robinson finished
with nine points, far below his
24.7 season average.

Page of Record
Formerly Orange and Blue Bulletin. Produced every Tuesday & Friday
for the publication of official University notices and public events by
the Division of Information Services and-the Public Functions Office.

GRADUATING SENIORS
Delinquent accounts may be
considered sufficient cause for
cancellation of registration, as
University regulations prohibit
registration, graduation, granting
of credit or release of transcript
for any student whose account
with the University is
delinquent.
LOAN BORROWERS
If a graduating senior has a
National Defense Student Loan
or a S.A.F.E. loan, he must
complete the exit interview
procedure prior to graduation in
order to keep accounts current
NDEA BORROWERS
If a student had been approved
for release of funds from the
National Defense Loan program
for the spring quarter, and has
pre-registered, fee payment can
be deducted from the loan. As
soon as fee cards are received,
the student should report to the
Student Accounts Office.
DEPOSITORY HOURS
Student Accounts in the Hub
will be open from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. March 26. If lines are as
long as they have been in the
past, they will be regulated so
there will be enough time to
wait on everyone inside by 3
p.m. There is an envelope drop
on the east wall of the
depository for students'
convenience.
FEE PAYMENT
A bill for fees will be mailed
during the last week of classes to
Gainesville addresses. Payment
by the date on the bill will make
it possible to validate certificate
of registration by mail. Even if a
student fails to receive payment
material because of loss in the

mail, payment or properly
executed authorization for
payment along with the
identifying letter can be sent to
Student Accounts, the Hub, by
the deadline as deplicate
materials will be on file for
processing payments. Failure to
furnish payment or properly
executed authorization for
payment (loan, scholarship,
debit to student deposit, etc.) by
the deadline published in the
calendar will subject a student to
the $25 late fee.
ODK SEEKING MEMBERS
Omicon Delta Kappa, national
men's leadership honorary at the
University, is currently searching
for nominees for its spring
tapping. In order to compile as
complete a list as possible, ODK
requests assistance in identifying
outstanding leaders.

staff personnel
column
IF YOU ARE A STAFF EMPLOYEE AT THE UNIVERSITY AND HAVE A
QUESTION ABOUT THE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES AFFECTING
STAFF EMPLOYEES, PLEASE SEND IT TO "STAFF PERSONNEL
COLUMN," ROOM 240 HUB. IT IS REQUESTED THAT QUESTIONS BE
LIMITED TO THOSE OF A GENERAL NATURE AND NOT INDIVIDUAL
PROBLEMS. SINCE SPACE LIMITATIONS WILL NOT PERMIT US TO
PUBLISH EVERY QUESTION AND ANSWER, QUESTIONS WILL BE
CHOSEN FOR PUBLICATION BASED ON EXTENT OF INTEREST AND
TIMELINESS.
Q. I understand there are standard qualifications that a person must
have to qualify for a job. If I want to see if I qualify for a certain job,
how do I find out what is required?
A. Each employment interviewer has copies of the State's
descriptions of every job classification we use here at the University
and are very willing to discuss minimum qualifications with all
applicants for employment or current employees interested in
advancing within the University. Incidentally, if you have completed
additional training you should call the employment receptionist at
2-1222 and arrange for a time that you could come in and bring your
file up to date. At that same time you could discuss your current
qualifications with one of the interviewers.
SALARY INCREASES
Q. Why is a merit increase not given the month it is due and I am told
the salary increase notice sent to my department shows my name with
the message "no rating available."
A. Whenever a salary increase notice indicates "no rating available" it
means a performance review was sent to your department but was not
returned by the due date on the form. These forms are scheduled for
return three weeks from the date they are mailed. Once the form has
been returned to the Personnel Division and processed your name will
appear again on a salary increase list and you may receive an increase
retroactive to your anniversary date.

In order to be an ODK
nominee, an individual must
have one full academic year of
residence at the University, be at
least a junior and rank
academically in the upper 35 per
cent of his college. In addition,
he must exhibit leadership and
service ability in at least one of
the following areas: academics,
student government, social and
religious affairs, athletics,
publications, speech, music,
drama and the arts.
ODK encourages alumni
membership. If there is an ODK
alumnus in the community,
please place his name on the list
of alumni nominations.
Deans, directors, and
department chairmen should
return nominations to Dean
Frank T. Adams, secretary, in
Room 129 Tigert Hall by March
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PAMME MILLER ON FOUL LINE
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The UF womens golf team downed FSU this past weekend, 10-2 at
the University Course. The match was played with Nassau scoring
which awards one point for the winner of each round of nine holes
and one point if they win 18 holes for a possible total of three.
The UF golfers were led by Tammy Bowman as she defeated Cindy
Peterka, 2-1. She also had the teams low score posting a 78. Cindy
Myers defeated FSU*s Loulie Mollay, 3-0. Pam Hughes defeated Janet
Leslie 2-1 and Marilyn Simpson topped Cheryl House, 3-0 to complete
the sweep for the Gators.
*T was pleased with the way we played. The match started out in
the rain but finished in the sun, coach Mary Ryan said.
The victory over FSU raised the golf teams record to 2-1, losing
only to Miami-Dade North in November. The next match for the
Gator coeds will be April 10 at FSU.
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How To Pack The Gym?
Pamme Miller Is Answer

By SIM SMITH
Alligator Correspondent
Attention Coach Tom Bartlett: Would you be
interested in a basketball player who hits free
throws at an 80 per cent clip, shoots 50 per cent
from the field, averaged 25 points a game in high
school and would guarantee a packed Florida Gym
for the rest of the schedule? If interested, please
contact Pamme Miller, care of Jennings Hall.
Miss Miller is a 5-foot-6, green eyed, brown haired
knockout whos personality would remain pretty
unique even if she couldnt sink 20-foot jump shots.
To be a good basketball player all youve gotta do
is work, she said. Apparently Pamme works.
PAMMES STORY is something of a take off on
the Pete and Press Maravich saga. Her mother was an
excellent player and coach in Virginia. All I ever
heard about was how good of a player she was, so I
decided to be better. She believes that she has
reached that goal.
Playing high school ball in her hometown of
Evans, Ga. (only a set shot away from Augusta) Miss
Miller led her team in scoring for four consecutive
years. As a member of Delta Gamma sorority, she
sees to it that the DGs rarely lose a game. With but
one contest remaining this year she has averaged 22
points a game.

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Girls basketball is played with six on a team. Two
girls remain at the defensive end, two stay on one
offensive end and two are free to rove both areas. I
hope they will change the rules someday to those
that men play by, Miss Miller said. She and her
roommate run two miles a day so she doesnt get
tired playing on the entire court.
I DONT want to be a professional or anything,
Pamme said. I just enjoy playing. Presently,
Pamme is a recreation major who is also skilled at
golf, tennis, bridge, hunting and camping. Miss
Miller hopes to work in a hospital and help patients
recover through therapeutical recreation.
Pamme is also a great fan of Gator sports. She is a
Gator Getter and her bright personality has
convinced more than one athlete that Gatorland is a
nice place. All the recruits are so cute and so awed
at how big UF is. We set them up with dates and
show them around town, she explained.
Pam says she knew that the Gators would beat
Kentucky in basketball here last month. I knew
the guys could whip anybody when they really
wanted to.
How would she like the chance to play in one
Gator basketball game? Youre kidding! she
exclaimed. It might be interesting though, Pamme
added. Yes, it might be very interesting at that.

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Home mns by Danna Hayes,
Gail Porter and Kathy
Hopfensack helped Team C to
defeat Team B in the opening
round of SAHPER softball
intramurals. Team C jumped to a
nine run lead in the first inning
and then waltzed on to a 20-7
win.
Team A also had no difficulty
in defeating Team D as they
scored 20 runs to Team Ds four.
ALL OTHER leagues are now
in the midst of badminton
competition. Porter and Allen
will be facing Grotlisch and
Jhunwala in the finals of the
Coed Badminton Tournament.
In Sorority badminton
competition last week, the KDs
doubles team defeated its AOPi
competitors. In singles play,
Chris Brinkman of AOPi beat
KDs Cathy Howard 11-5, 11-4.
The Tri-delt doubles team of
Donna Ellinson and Joann
Kennedy beat ZTAs Beth
Bowen and Susan Bartlett, while
their other doubles team, Debbie
McLoudand Helen Alford lost to
Ann Adonis and Bonnis Davis,
15-7, 15-4. Robin Ferguson beat
Sandy Marice, 11-7, 6-11,15-13,
in the closest competition so far
in the tournament.
Kappa Alpha Theta and Phi
Mu both won their matches by
forfeit.
IN THURSDAYS play, AOPi
won all three of its matches. The
Kappa Alpha Theta team won
both doubles but lost its singles,
7-11, 11-2,4-11. The ADPi team
won one doubles and the singles,
but lost one doubles match to
Sigma Kappas Mary Atkinson
and Candy Crowe. The Phi Sigs
won their game be forfeit.
The Orange Leagues three
leading fraternities all suffered
defeats in the first round of
handball action.
Sigma Chi suffered a 3-1
defeat at the hands of Lambda
Chi Alpha. The set went to the
last game in the last doubles
match.
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SIGMA NU suffered an
expected crushing by Pi Kappa
Alpha. The Pikes are featuring
what could be the top handball
player in the league with Jake
Varn who won his second game
21-1. The final score was 5-0.
SAE fared a little better as
they were beaten badly by the Pi
Lams 4-0.
Fourth place AEPi is waiting
in the wings and have not played
their first round match. Fifth
place Phi Tau was crushed by
TEP 4-0.
SIXTH PLACE Beta Theta Pi
was about the only near
contender to make any headway
with a 4-1 win over Pi Kappa
Phi. The Betas moved to within
121 points of the Sigma Chis.
In the Dormitory Leagues last
week, Mallory won one doubles
and the singles in its match with
Broward I. Rawlings won all
three of its matches with
Jennings.
Thursday, Rawlings I won the
singles but lost both doubles
matches. Rawlings II lost all
three matches with Mallory.

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Carnes Offers No Excuse
For UFs Performance

By JOHN MATTHEWS
Alligator Sports Writer
Gator track coach Jimmy Carnes isnt offering
any excuses for UFs third place finish at the
Southeastern Conference indoor championships
held this past weekend at Montgomery, Ala.
Winner Tennessee ran up to par for the first
time this year; they just managed to put everything
together at the right time, Carnes said.
SECOND PLACE finisher Kentucky is just a
fine team; we knew what they could do when we
went up there.
Carnes isnt sure whether the Gators heavy
invitational meet schedule hurt the team at the
championships, but if I had to do it over again, Im
not sure that I wouldnt do the same thing.
Regardless of whether we won the SEC or not,
weve gained a lot of national recognition for our
track program with our wins in the indoor
invitationals, Carnes said.
WE MIGHT be a little more careful next year in
choosing our meets, however, were at a point in our
program where we dont have to worry about
getting invitations.
Carnes did say that the bug that hit half miler
Eamonn OKeeffe, and Benny Vaughn hurt the
teams performance at the meet.
This was Vaughns first meet since before the

Astrodome meet (Vaughn has been sub-par
physically for the past month) and OKeeffe got out
of bed last Friday to make the trip.
ITS HARD to win when guys like that are
sick.
Defending and now deposed conference long and
triple jump champ Ron Coleman has been
concentrating on the triple jump, and since the two
events are very different, that hurt him in the long
jump.
Coleman failed to qualify in the long jump finals,
and finished second in the triple jump, but he
performed well in the event. He just didnt do well
enough to win.
CARNES WAS pleased with the performances of
Ken Bumsed (second in the 1,000), pole vaulter
Mike Cotton and Grover Howard (third in the triple
jump) among others.
All three of these guys performed well. They
werent the only ones, but they stand out right
now, Carnes said.
Carnes described the team as disappointed, they
were ready, and theyre disappointed, but said he
doesnt think the meet will have any adverse effect
on the team.
Well be ready for the Jesuit Invitationals (next
weekend in Tampa); these guys are too good not to
get back up and win.



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PHILADELPHIA UPI
Mens black evening knickers
appeared this week at one of the
sessions winding up the 13 th
annual press preview of the
Mens Fashion Association of
America MFA.
The knickers were displayed
Tuesday at an early morning
fashion presentation sponsored
by the Cigar Institute of
America.
In addition to colorful shirts
and wide ties, other accessory
feature displays at the preview
include heavy emphasis on wigs,
grooming articles and
watchbands.
Two-tone blunt-toe shoes also
were stressed, along with big,
broad- brimmed and
high-crowned hats, scaled for the
wide-lapeled silhouettes and
longer coats.
And more than 500 lines of
clothing were on display at the
56th annual convention of the
Menswear Retailers Association
MRA which was held in
conjunction with the MFA
gathering.
At one MRA seminar, the
Rev. Leon Sullivan, founder of
Opportunities Industrialization
Centers which now operates in
50 cities, urged black menswear
retailers to pull yourself
together and help one another.
Sullivan said the black
community has a buying power
of $25 billion.
He noted that white
merchants can depend on
friendships built Up over the
years but that the black
merchant has to depend on
himself and his own
community.
During another session,
Jerome S. Gore, president of
Hart, Schaffner & Marx, said
that young peoples influence on
menswear has not caused any
drastic change but rather has
stressed the area of a more
casual approach.
Gore said the menswear
market consists of two groups,
those 20 to 24 which number
8.5 million and the mature men
25 to 64 totaling 45 million.
He said industry should take
advantage of this and sell to
both.

I FASHIONETTES I
By United Press International

The jeans look is one of the
most important trends in pants
for spring and summer. It
goes so far as overalls and
other sturdy apparel taken
right from the workingmans
wardrobe. The look goes
dressy, too, in velvets and sa satins.
tins. satins.
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None of the city or mini minishorts
shorts minishorts outfits for spring and
summer for designer Norman
Norell of New York.. The
man who helped pioneer the
pantsuit in womens wardrobes
almost ignores them in his
collection. One jumpsuit for
day showed in red jersey and
for evening a couple of formal
trousers came in pale pastels.

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The naked heel and covered
toe shoe steps into the spring
in a variety of forms. One
way to feature it_ is with a
slim tongue covering the front
of the foot almost to the ankle.
This version was one of the
accessories at the David Crystal
show for the nations fashion
editors.
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Spring fabrics run the range
from soft to tough. New are.
the naturals, anything hand handloomed,
loomed, handloomed, homespun, rough and
ready-looking. Denim is the
leader, varied with brush sur surfaces,
faces, surfaces, herringbone patterns, tie
dyes and twills. Other
toughies are canvas, calico,
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Hot Pants
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ROME UP! Italian designers are pushing hot
pants in hopes of reviving lagging clothing sales but
two of Romes biggest names refuse to have anything to
do with the short look.
Patrick de Barentzen and Roberto Capucci both said
a flat no to shorts in their collections, which stress a
soft, feminine look with hemlines just below the knee.
De Barentzen, showing privately to buyers only while
he puts an American ready-to-wear business into
operation, said snappily he considers the so-called hot
pants nothing but vulgar.
Capucci showed no shorts, no bloomers, no trousers
of any kind in his collection. He even shunned suits,
relying entirely on dresses with coordinated coats.
Sand beige, that color so pale it is almost cream, is
edging out white for summer in the Italian collections.
The cautious designers are showing some navy and
white, but the popular new colors are coral, bright
turquoise and sapphire blue. Polka dots are tiny in size
but big with designers.

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Port St. Lucie Fashions for
the sand and surf crowd are a big
put-on this year. Even the
surfers are looking for some kind
of cover-up between contests
with the waves. And swimsuit
designers have exceeded
themselves in this regard.
Today Sears Fashion Director,
Jane Bown, gave us a lovely
presentation of swim fashions
for the new season, in the setting
of Port St. Lucie, where Sears
Womens World Gassic is taking
place. A number of exciting
cover-ups were featured. One in
particular had enchanting
possibilities. A black ground
flower-printed cotton bikini
with a matching ankle 4ength
skirt tied gracefully at the waist,
providing an intriguing glimpse
of leg, and suggesting its use as a
patio costume as well.
Other coordinated cover-ups
ranged from a na y striped
blazer jacket over a striped and
white two-piecer, to a brilliantly
flowered short jumpsuit over

matching bikini, to polyester
knit pull-on pants that matched
a bikini printed with a message
for todays people.. .LOVE
spelled out in bold block letters
in primitive colors.
Under cover or out there on
the diving board.. .youre in for
lots of fashion excitement! Pick
yours up soon at Sears in the
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de Givenchy
Turns to Shorts
PARIS UPI Shorts now are
official. Hubert de Givenchy,
regarded the king of high
fashion, turned shorts into a
sophisticated, elegant style
today.
The Givenchy collection in his
white salon on Avenue George V
moved shorts from youth rock
sessions to the upper realms of
big-monied fashion.
Givenchys custom-fitted
shorts tastefully womi with
jackets and long or short
overskirts or under semisheer
flowing evening gowns will fit
right into chateux, airplanes,
Maxims and Aristotle Onassis
private island.
American buyers praising
Givenchy to the skies after the
show insisted young girls will
wear shorts every place but
women over 25 will wear them
only in the country. The buyers
said that once about mini skirts.
And Paris fashion experts are
predicting shorts will rule the
world, hopefully only on slim
women.

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again. What a wonderful
thing Spring is/ Can 7 you
just feel those rays of
Spring Sunshine
burrowing into the pores
of your skin? Let us raise
a joyful voice unto the
Spring God .. ..

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Flying Fashions
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fashion.
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Jeans Unlimited
Springs Up Big
Jeans Unlimited opened in Gainesville with the largest
selection of jeans ever put under one roof in this town.
Since then they havent been just standing around
admiring their accomplishments. Only a week after their
opening they brought in 5,000 more pairs to bolster
their stock. Os course, theyve had several similar
shipments since that one arrived.
The number of styles of jeans that manager Ronn
Silverstein has accrued is phenomenal. His predictions as
to popularity are typically Male, as is the manufacturer
of the pants. His favorite is one of the styles for chicks
- scrub denim, corduroy, or denim material with wide
bell bottoms, no pockets and a very hip hugging three
inch rise.
That, however, is only the beginning of a huge
selection of jeans from manufacturers such as
Landlubber, Tads, Liberty, Levi, US Male, Contact,
U.F.0., Fly, Glen Arc, Manpower, T.N.T., and their
most popular brand, Male.
Jeans Unlimited doesnt stop at jeans, though. Besides
accessories that include hundreds of belts and many,
many hats, they have a terrific choice of shirts.
One of the main considerations the store takes in
ordering shirts is that besides being beautiful, they must
be durable. Although you may have seen the particular
shade of blue that levi work-shirts come in, youve got
to admit that any shirt for that price that lasts for years
has its own kind of beauty.
Perhaps the best thing about Jeans Unlimited, aside
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Military Declares
War on Fashion

NEW YORK UPI Toy guns,
cartridge belts and other military
touches on the spring and
summer fashion accessory front
mean just one thing, according
to Rudi Gemreich. Death to
high fashion.
Grenreich made that point in
a fashion statement at a designer
speak-in held in conjunction
with the New York Couture
Business Councils 56th national
press week.
The guns mean final death to
the ghosts in the Gothic novel of
fashion, those Chekhov heroines,
Scarlett OHaras and costumed
reminescences, said the
award-winning West Coast
designer who became a
household name when he
invented the topless bathing suit.
Models showing his spring line
for a knitwear manufacturer
some weeks ago carried toy drill
rifles.
What killed high fashion, per
se, Gemreich and other designers
said, was the coming of age of
individuality. The do your own
thing, the be myself, the
liberation movements.
The old fashion was
dictatorial, authoritarian and
legislative, Gemreich said.
Gothes now are a matter of free
choice and spontaneous appeal.
Melba Hobson, another
speakin participant and also a
member of the Montgomery
Ward Designer Advisory Council,
said fashion today is off the
monorail of the past and running
in many directions.
So diverse are the directions
that no one trend will dominate
as before, and there are as many
directions as there are segments
of society, she said.
Clodagh OKennedy, another
participant and council member,
gave the fashion facts as she sees
them from Dublin, Ireland.
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into lengths or looks is dead,
defunct, kaput, she said.
Nora Aponte of Rome said
the liberated look ought not to
give a false impression of
anything goes.
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the result of precise planning,
she said. Often a wrong detail
can lead to complete disaster.

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Poll Reveals
Women Dress
To Please
Themselves
Most American women dress to please themselves,
not men or other women, and they are tired of being
dictated to by the fashion industry and its designers. A
nationwide survey of women from every walk of life
indicates that nearly six out of seven (84%) dress to
satisfy their own tastes.
According to the 1970 Virginia Slims American
Womens Opinion Poll conducted by Louis Harris and
Associates and just released, todays female views herself
as an individual when it comes to style of dress. She
wants to wear what makes her happy and comfortable,
not what fashion dictates.
The survey also zeroes in on one of the hottest, most
controversial subjects in the fashion world the midi
vs. the mini. By almost two to one, American women
are still playing it short in favoring the mini. Not
surprisingly, almost two-thirds of women under 30
(65%) prefer the shorter lengths, while those in the
50-and-over bracket favor the midi over the mini by
36% to 13%. Half the females in $ 10,000 and up income
categories vote for mini length, while women in the
under $5,000 bracket choose the midi over mini by 38%
to 22%.
The Poll the most thorough survey of womens
attitudes ever undertaken was conducted by the
Harris organization in the Fall of 1970 among a
representative cross-section of 3,000 American women.
Steven S. Korsen, a spokesman for the cigarette
company, explains that: Virginia Slims commissioned
this extensive research as part of our continuing effort
to study and understand the American woman.
Asked about other recent fashion developments, a
majority of women said they favor furs and boots.
However, across the U.S., the fair sex shows a definite
'opposition to such trends as: not wearing girdles (57%);
uni-sex styles (67%); see-through blouses (85%), and the
no-bra look (86%).
While most females like certain of the fashion trends,
there isnt one item that a majority is willing to
purchase. Forty-four percent say they certainly or
probably will buy boots, while 36% show the same
feelings about mini skirts.
The Virginia Slims study further discloses that
women are fed up with being manipulated by the
fashion business and its creators. Nearly three-fourths
(74%) believe that the fashion industry is more
responsible for changes in styles than are womens
individual preferences.

New fashion, women feel, is less a reflection of what
women are looking for than what fashion designers want
them to wear.

The average American female is basically not
interested in the world of fashion and its name
designers, according to the 1970 Virginia Slims
American Womens Opinion Poll, recently conducted by
Louis Harris and Associates.
When presented with a list of 11 fashion leaders,
fewer than one out of every four women was able to
make a judgment on any one of the designers.
Nineteen percent like Donald Brooks clothes and
recognize his name, giving him first place. He was
followed by Adele Simpson, Yves St. Laurent, Pierre
Cardin, Bill Blass and Anne Klein. Oscar de la Renta and
Stan Herman received recognition from only 9%. Chuck
Howard, with just 5%, was the least known and liked
-of the fashion leaders on the list.

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On campus or off, clogs are in for bell bottoms, minis, and sport
or dress occasions. The now footwear is here. Clogs let people
know youre coming. People will remember you in your clogs. We
know they will remember your clogs. We hope they will
remember you, too. Youll find clogs at Bill Pinner Footwear in
the Westwide Shopping Center.
Prince Charles Accused
Os Sheer Lack of Style

LONDON UPI Prince
Charles may be Britains most
eligible bachelor, but it would be
hard to tell that from the clothes
he wears, a fashion magazine
said Thursday.
Tailor and Cutter, a monthly
fashion magazine, said Charles
dresses with a sheer lack of
style. The fashion trend he
follows, the magazine said, was
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LONDON UPI The master
tailors wore starched collars,
white tie and tails. The fashion
critics, alternately preening and
looking for the guest of honor to
show up, wore the same.
There were a few nervous
titters of anticipation. A month
ago, a trade magazine had taken
the guest, Prince Charles, to task
for sheer lack of style in
dressing. The princes tailor hit
the roof. The prince maintained
a regal silence.
Charles wore his answer
Wednesday night a crumpled
five-year-old sports jacket.
I can't resist taking the
mickey out of people
occasionally," Britains
king-to-be told the annual dinner
of the Master Tailors Benevolent
Association.
The 22-year-old prince
strolled into the dinner, his
order of the garter ribbon
peeking discretely from the
lapels of the jacket he uses on
shooting trips.
The guests gasped. The prince
strode to the head table. Grace
was said. Charles stripped off the
sport jacket and a detective
helped him cm with his tails. The
tailors cheered.
We didn't think the occasion
would pass without some
comment, a palace spokesman
said.
Charles apologized for being
rather shabbily dressed.

the cult of shabbiness.
But he managed to avoid, it
added, the depths to which
the fashion sense of President
Nixon and British Foreign
Secretary Sir Alec Douglashome
had sunk.
At a time when commoners
are looking more elegant than
ever before, most nobles look a
damn sight worse than the rest
of us, wrote Karl Dallas, the
magazine's fashion consultant.
Dallas said the prince had
begun wearing fashionably wide
ties, but without realizing they
throw the narrow lapels and
body shape of his 19505-style
jackets out of proportion.
As a result, Dallas said, the
princes trousers were slim at the
bottom and baggy at the top, a
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accessories for the coming sea season.
son. season. Back is the small cho choker
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the neck. Watch also for fab fabric
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or leather.
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NEW YORKT (UPI) One
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