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Vol. 63, No. 96

VERDICT RECOMMENDS MERCY
Jury Finds Grubb Guilty Os Murder

By RON SACHS
Alligator Staff Writer
MACCLENNY After one
hour and 27 minutes of
deliberation an 11 man and one
woman jury handed down a
guilty verdict Wednesday night
to Terry 0. Grubb for the
hanging death of William M.
Baugher.
The jury recommended mercy

YAF Rips Uhlfelder
For Signing Treaty
By MARIAN JEDRUSIAK
Alligator Alignments Editor
UFs chapter of Young Americans for Freedom (YAF), a
nationwide organization of politically conservative students, blasted
UF Student Body President Steve Uhlfelder for signing a so-called
Peoples Peace Treaty sponsored by the National Student Association
(NS A).
At a press conference Wednesday morning, YAF State Chairman
Charlie Blade outlined his organizations spring offensive.
ACCORDING TO BLACK, the YAF is directing its efforts in
opposition to the Joint Treaty of Peace Between the People of the

United States and the People of
South Vietnam and North Viet Vietnam.
nam. Vietnam. It is the same treaty
mentioned by Jane Fonda
during her Accent speech earlier
this quarter.
Black said that although
Uhlfelder was within his consti constitutional
tutional constitutional rights as student body
president, he was exhibiting a
breach of responsibility in
signing the document as
president of the student body.
Uhlfelder disagrees. I feel
that I would have been in the
wrong if I had not supported it
(the Peoples Peace Treaty), he
said. The war is unjust and
immoral.
HE FURTHER WENT on to
say that he signed the document
as an individual and not as
student body president. The
peace treaty was sent to a
number of student body
presidents throughout the nation
and underneath the space
provided for signature, the word
individual was written in
parentheses.
According to Black, partici participation
pation participation in the YAF project,
Dont Sell Out, will involve
attempts to expose and defeat
the NSA- treaty through

education through literature and the press, student referenda, and
debates with proponents of the treaty.
Black especially stressed the use of the student referendum in
expressing opposition to the NSA petition. Ideally he would like to
see a question placed on the ballot for election of student government
officers next quarter asking whether the student body supports the
Peoples Peace Treaty.
Ulfelder said he would be more than willing to present the
question to the Student Senate for action to be taken on whether it
can be placed on the ballot.

The
Florida Alligator
THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY
University of Florida Gainesville

in its verdict, meaning that
Grubb will likely receive a life
sentence for the Sept. 22
hanging death of Baugher, a
25-year-old inmate who had
been jailed for possession of
marijuana.
TWO DAYS of testimony
ended at 4:20 p.m. Wednesday,
as Assistant State Attorney
Eugene Whitworth and defense
attorney Herbert Schwartz

*
* Joint Treaty of Peace
*
* The Americans agree
* to immediate and total
* withdrawal from
Vietnam and publicly to
set the date by which all
American forces will be
removed.
l, The Vietnamese
pledge that as soon as the
U.S. Government
publicly sets the date for
withdrawal:
That discussions to
secure the release of all
A m eri can p risoners,
including pilots captured
while bombing North
Vietnam be initiated.
That there be an
immediate cease-fire
between U.S. forces and
those led by the
Provisional Revolu Revolutionary
tionary Revolutionary Government of
South Vietnam.
That discussions of
the procedures to
guarantee the safety of
all withdrawing troops be
initiated.

presented their summary
statements.
Judge John Crews, of the
eighth judicial circuit, charged
the jury with the responsibility
of determining Grubbs fate
after explaining the law
applicable to the case.
At 6:30 p.m the jury left the
refurbished second floor
courtroom of the Baker County
courthouse to decide a verdict.
Returning at 7:57 p.m., the jury
handed its verdict to Crews, who
ordered the courts clerk to read
it aloud. As 18-year-old Grubb
faced the jury he was told he
had been found guilty of murder
in the first degree.
LOOKING GLASSY-EYED
and upset, Grubb sank to his
chair before being told he would
be confined to a prison for the
remainder of his natural life.
Defense attorney Schwartz
advised the court that he would
file an appeal on Grubbs behalf.
The most striking testimony
of the day came from state
witness Gregory Lucas, a former
Alachua County Jail inmate who
was celled with Grubb in the
days following Baughers death.
LUCAS DIRECTLY LINKED
Grubb to death in
testimony that included his
account of statements Grubb
made to him on different
occasions after Baughers death.
Grubb, Lucas said, told him
how ... he walked up behind

Student Senate Resolve
Calls For Viet Wars End

See Related Story Page 4
By CARLOS J. LICE A
Alligator Staff Writer
A mildly worded resolution
calling for the end of the
Indochina war, and a withdrawal
of all American troops from that
area by the end of this year
passed the Student Senate
Tuesday night.
Senate President Rick Horder
said copies of the resolution will
be sent to members of the
Florida delegation to the United
States Senate.
THE RESOLUTION was
delayed for a week after it was
written by a special senate
committee, because of a delay in
presentation and not enough
senators present at the last
senate meeting.
The senate is winding up a
long session, highlighted by

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DEFENDANT TERRY O. GRUBB
... watches jury return with verdict

him (Baugher), put a piece of
doth on his neck and started
choking him.
Subsequently, Lucas said
Grubb had told him that he
pushed him (Baugher) down on
the ground catching him off
balance and put a rag in his

making the budget for the
1971-71 academic year. During
Tuesdays meeting, more
budgets were approved.
A special fund budget, was
totalling more than $62,000,
was approved. Included in that
budget is the controversial
Presidential Projects Fund,
which the budget and finance
committee said would be used
by the president of the student
body at his discretion. The
committee also pointed out the
use of this fund would be
subject to review by the
treasurer of the student body.
THE $1,500 fund will also be
subject to the finance laws of
the student body constitution
and the memorandum issued by
UF President Stephen C.
OConnell last December which
sets a financial guideline for the
expenditure of the activity fee,

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Thursday, March 4, 1971

mouth to keep him from yelling
out/*
Lucas testified that Grubb
had told him of receiving help in
hanging Baughers body from
( SEE 'KLEIN/PAGE 3)

and the laws of the state of
Florida.
This fund came to public
discussion when the Young
Americans for Freedom, a
campus conservative student
group, challenged the
constitutionality of the fund, as
(SEE 'RESOLUTION/ PAGE 3)
Inside
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DR. BETTY Ellis is a
teacher by profession and by
choice. She likes teaching
others to teach .' page 2
Classifieds 16
Editorials 8
Entertainment 13
Letters 9
Movies 17
Sports 25



Page 2

L Tlm Florida Alligator, Thursday, March 4, 1971

ILAUntn
The Best Word For Betty Ellis

By SUZANNE KLINKENBERG
Alligator Staff Writer
If any one word could be used to describe Dr.
Betty Hfe that word would be teacher.
I think teaching is the most exciting profession
in the world. I think it takes twice as much
knowledge to teach as to be an astronaut or
doctor. she said,
*T THINK TEACHING is the most difficult
profession in the world because it is so complex,
Eh. FBk said. I think the profession is growing as a
profession and I think that its going to be a very
rewarding one in the future. Its underrated now.
A lot of people think that research and writing
are more exciting, but the highest risk, the most
rewards, the most fulfillment, the most I learn as an
individual cranes from this profession, she said.
Dr. EDis, an assistant professor of education,
strives in the College of Education to teach students
how to become teachers.
THE ISSUE for me is how I can help them
(students) find identity to the degree that I can help
them become teachers of others. Because if they
dont know themselves, how can they help others,
she said.
Dr. Ohs teaching career began as a high school
social studies teacher in Michigan. Basically, some
of the questions that came to my mind as I taught is
why I went on to get a doctorate, she said.
I was a very idealistic teacher and I read and
believed in all die goals they stated for secondary
education. As I needed more knowledge Id take
another course and another
course and pretty soon I
discovered I had two degrees,
Dr. Ellis said. IMffl'lql
HER MAJOR at that time was BBBp- ''2* M
still basically government and *lf/
sociology but heading more into
psychology as it went on.
As Dr. Ellis taught in high
school she found that as she
applied, rather than just giving Ivms
lectures in, government, she got
involvement and participation
from the students in trying to
better their city and state.
We passed quite a few city ordinances, through
going door to door getting petitions, going to city
planning commission meetings and going to city
government meetings and comparing city
government forms, she said.

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IN ONE YEAR it ended up we had the largest
political headquarters in the state, which is a rather
astounding factor.
Dr. Ellis watched many of her students go on to
major in government, sociology and psychology in
college, go into the Peace Corps or become city
managers.
I DIDNT understand why. Why was I able,
what was I doing in my teaching, that was enabling
them to transfer what they were learning to fife,
which is supposedly, I believe, what teaching is all
about, Dr. Ellis said.
With this background and discovering that she
couldnt explain how it was happening, Dr. Ellis
went on for her doctorate, now basically interested
in groups, group dynamics and applied group
dynamics.
Dr. Ellis then came to UF attempting to teach
teachers these different things that she had learned.
She is now teaching a methods course to students
preparing to teach social studies.
EACH CLASS every year is different, she said.
Each quarter we have different issues to work on
and what I can do in one quarter is extremely
limited and depends on the dynamics of the group
coming in.
One of the things we do know from social
science is that the lecture method is not necessarily
effective, said Dr. Ellis.
Its not effective not only for learning but we
also have the knowledge that it is not transferring
because if what we knew was transferring then why
do we have war and why do we have riots, she said.
YET WE still lecture, which is strange, when we
know its not teaching what we want taught.
With the knowledge and experience Dr. Ellis has
gained over the past IS years in applied group
dynamics, she is frequently called by organizations
and cities needing help in resolving conflicts to
avoid riots. She works with university students on
how to resolve conflicts between administration and
the students.
Dr. Ellis is one of the few women qualified for
this type of work which takes place in evenings and
on weekends, for her work with her students comes
first.
ITS EXHAUSTING, but exciting and
rewarding, she said. I think I have an obligation,
with these skills and as a teacher, to do these
things.
Somehow in her busy life, Dr. Ellis has found
time for extensive travels. Her first trip Was a real

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around the world trip and later she spent more time
in Europe and Africa.
My chief value is to live my life so Im always
learning and growing so that each day somehow I
enrich myself, she said.
MY TRAVELS were a result of unresolved
issues as I learned from my students. When they ask
why and I discover I dont know and then I cant
find an answer that makes sense to them and to me,
then I go get better information, she said.
Over this past Christmas vacation, Dr. Ellis visited
Nigeria and Sierra Leone in Africa, England and
Sweden.
Dr. Ellis home is evidence of her wide travels,
with its mixture of many art forms from many
different cultures. I brought bade basically things
that have cultural significance, she said.
Dr. Ellis visited Mexico several times, with an
interest in the Mayan Indians.
I wanted to find out what happened to that
tremendous culture. Why does a culture disappear?
What are the characteristics that make a nation or
empire fail? she asked.
It becomes a more exdting world the more you
learn about it, said Dr. Betty Ellis, summing up her
values in teaching, traveling and helping.



Klein Testimony Surprising

PAGE^J
the top of the cell door.
According to Lucas, Grubb said
he had help in hanging the boy
(Baugher) up to make it
look like suicide.
During cross-examination of
Lucas by co-defense counsel
Gerald Bennett, Lucas admitted
that Grubb had offered him at
least two other variations of the
story regarding how Baugher
died.
The state rested its case after
Lucas testimony (2:07 p.m.) at
which time Schwartz made a
motion for the acquittal of
Grubb on the grounds that the
state has failed to establish
corpus delicti (facts
constituting or proving a crime
was committed).
JUDGE CREWS denied the
motion and ordered the defense

RESOLUTION ...

it was used by Student Body
President Steve Uhlfelder in
conjunction with the Student
Mobilization Committee last
month.
A highly debated budget, that
of student salaries, was also
approved.
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to some student government
officials. The $14,740 budget

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to proceed with its case.
In one of the most surprising
testimonies of the trial, the
defense called Alachua County
Medical Examiner, Dr. Robert
Klein, who had testified on
Tuesday as a state witness.
On the morning of Sept. 22,
following Baughers death, Klein
performed an autopsy on the
body to determine the cause of
death. In Wednesdays testimony
Klein offered his professional
opinion that Baughers death
... was due to hanging by
himself.
HE CALLED the death
suicide ... in my opinion.
In statements consistent with
those he made on Tuesday,
Klein said that his examination
of the body showed there was
no evidence of violence or a
struggle.
According to Klein, in a
lengthy explanation of anatomy,

also covers student and full time
assistants working in student
government.
Todays meeting, which is also
mandatory, should wind up the
present senate session, with the
final approval of the budget in
its entirety.
Horder said presence of
senators at this meeting is
mandatory. Following the
regular meeting, there will be
another meeting to approve a
second reading of the entire SG
budget.

if any violence or a struggle had
preceded Baughers death there
would have been discolored skin
or signs of hemorrhage.
NO SUCH INDICATORS
were evident, he said.
In his closing statement to the
jury, Whitworth said that
although Kleins determination
of Baughers death being caused
by asphyxiation was a
professional one, his statement
that he thought the death was a
suicide must be regarded as
opinion.
Robert Wayne Waddell, who
shared the cell with Baugher,
Grubb and Donald Curry,
testified in the morning that he
and Grubb had induced Baugher
to commit acts of oral
copulation and anal intercourse
upon them both.
WADDELL RELATED
several different incidents in
which a razor blade or threats of
torture were used to compel
Baugher to join in sodomy
against his will.
Two different times, Waddell
said, Grubb began to cut
Baughers hair with a razor

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blade. On one occasion, he said,
Grubb held the flat part of a
razor blade at Baughers neck,
ran it back across the neck,
which prompted the outcry
from Baugher, Please dont kill
me. j
IN TESTIMONY from several
inmates who were in the
Alachua County Jail during
Baughers death the state gave
supportive accounts of the
sodomy relations between
Baugher, Grubb and Waddell.
Donald Curry, the only other
inmate in the cell where Baugher
died, was unable to be present at
the trial due to a respiratory
ailment that required his
confinement in a hospital.
However, the defense
presented a deposition (written
statement made by witness
under oath) from Curry which
included a statement that Grubb
and Baugher appeared to get
along with one another.
CURRY, IN THE written
document, stated that he went
to deep on the evening of Sept.
21 (that later ended in Baughers
death) and ... heard no

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PROSECUTOR WHITWORTH
... presents summery statement
struggle or tights... no sounds
during the night.
In closing arguments,
Whitworth advised the jury to
... show Terry Grubb the
same mercy he showed Bill
Baugher.
Schwartz, in his summary
statement, based the defense
case on a previously alleged
failure of the state to establish
corpus delicti and on the
testimony of Dr. Klein.
While Schwartz has stated his
intent to file for appeal, Terry
0. Grubb has been sentenced to
life imprisonment, pending the
outcome of that appeal.

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Ellen Corenswet
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: Ellen Corenswet, chairman of the influential Student Senate :j
: Budget and Finance Committee was elected Student Body :j
> Treasurer Tuesday night. >j
$ Miss Corenswets election came after Tom Melcher resigned j;
: for what Senate President Rick Horder termed personal jjj
j reasons. j:j
!' MISS CORENSWET becomes the third treasurer to serve in $
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j the Uhlfelder administration. Melcher had also been elected by
:j the senate at the beginning of winter quarter, following the jij
:j resignation of John Dodson. jij
jij Miss Corenswet, 20, is a junior in political science from !;
| Nashville, Tenn. She is the first woman in the history of UF J
jjj Student Government to be elected Student Body Treasurer. $
jjj Miss Corenswet will serve until a new treasurer is elected in the jij
jjj spring quarter general elections. jij
Miss Corenswet will take office after tonights senate meeting, jil
jij when the budget and finance committee presents the budget to j: :
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President Barcey
Resigns From EAG

By CARL CRAWFORD
Alligator Feature Editor
Harold E. Barcey, often
controversial and colorful
president of the UF
Environmental Action Group
(EAG), announced his
resignation from EAG
Wednesday.
Barcey, president of the
student environmental group
since November of last year, did
not state his reasons for the
resignation and said no
comment in answer to
reporters questions.
BARCEY WAS EAGs third
president since the groups
founding in 1969.
Two of Barceys many
projects were a Christmas card
anti Myrex campaign and selling
bumper stickers to help finance
Conservation 7o*s, an
environmental lobby.
BRAD RAFFLE, former EAG
president, said Barcey did a good
job as president, but the
organization was plagued by a
manpower shortage.
Hal didnt have the time or
people to complete what he
wanted done,said Raffle.

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Sandler said Barcey set up
many meetings for the education
of the general public on the
issues of pollution and other
environmental issues.
Barcey also designed the
Man in Balance symbol, a
popular symbol used by
conservation and environmental
leagues.

Uhlfelder Backs Proposal
For Senate Reapportionment

By SUZANNE KLINKENBERG
Alligator Staff Writer
Student Body President Steve
Uhlfelder is urging the
University Senate to consider
the proposals for Senate
re-apportionment submitted to
the Constitution Committee
previously by SG and not
adopted.
After many years of
discussion about reapportion reapportionment
ment reapportionment of the University Senate, it
is disappointing to see the
Constitution Committee adopt a
plan with only minor changes,
Uhlfelder said, in his
memorandum to Dr. Robert
Braswell, chairman of the Senate
Steering Committee.
UHLFELDERS
recommendations include
reduction of the size of the
Senate to 250 members, election
of the chairman by the Senate
and an entirely elected
membership except for
ex-officio administrators.
The administrative members,
with full voting privileges, would
include UF president, vice
president, provosts and full
deans of academic units.
A further recommendation is
the election of members by their
colleges with one half from the
ranks of assistant and associate
professors and one half from
ranks above assistant and below
full dean. Members would be
elected for two-year terms with
half elected each year.
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apportioned on the average of
total full-time student
enrollment and total number of
faculty positions (any position
bugeted and subject to tenure)
in each college. Non-resident
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serving as a focal point for
trading things.
The last trading activity was
successful according to Andy,
who drives the truck.
During the first two days of
next quarter people are urged to
come trade books so they wont
get ripped off by the bookstores,
according to Andy.
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for better community
togetherness. Eventually, the
bookstores will get away from
the neon and get down to the
people, Andy said.

adopted by the Constitution
Committee for presentation to
the senate provides for the
reduction of full professors to
209, with staggered terms
allowing all professors a chance
to participate but not subjecting
them to election.
THE REPRESENTATION of
the lower ranks of the faculty
would be increased to 104, with
members elected for two years
and not eligible for re-election
until two years after a previous
term.
The_Constitution Committees
proposal did not change student
representation, leaving it at five
non-voting members. It also
recommended reduction of
administrators sitting in the
Senate from 37 to 30.
Both proposals for changing
the Senate will be brought to a
vote when the Senate meets
March 25.

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Tive Finger Exercise
Opens At Constans Theatre

By CAROL BRADY
Alligator Writer
A near tragedy in two acts,
entitled Five Finger Exercise,
opens tonight at the HP.
Constans Theatre.
This high-tension drama, a
Florida Player Production, is
concerned with the problems of
communication between parent
and child. It deals primarily with
individuality versus parental
pressure.
Conflict often arises when
parents urge their children to
enter honorable professions,
such as teaching or medicine,
rather than the creative arts,
because they offer more
security, director Os the play,
Richard Lake, observed.
THEY SHOULD NOT really
condemn their parents (for their
actions) because they are trying
to give them the security they

Acceit To Presoot
Dr. Mock Dooglos
By KATHY ROBERTS
Alligator Staff Writer
Author-Executive Dr. Mack
Douglas, who has said he objects
to such speakers as Abbie
Hoffman and Jane Fonda on
Florida college campuses, will be
given equal time to speak
tonight at 8 pjn. in the
University Auditorium as part of
Accent *7l.
A Dale Carnegie instructor,
Douglas has authored several
books on personal success;
How to Make a Habit of
Succeeding, How to Cultivate
the Habit of Succeeding, and
How to Succeed in Your Lifes
Work, and more than a dozen
other how-to books.
m ALSO HAS a daily
five-minute radio program,
How to Become a Popular
Person, and is editor of The
Motivator, a monthly
inspirational paper.
He is executive director of the
$5 million Baptist Village, Inc., a
retirement center in Pompano
Beach; president of Master Mind,
Inc., a personal service company.
Douglas is also president of
Achievement Unlimited, Inc.,
which produces books, tapes and
personal development programs.
A native of Fort Worth,
Texas, Douglas received his A.B.
and honorary doctorate degrees
as Mississippi College in Clinton
and his masters at Southwestern
in Fort Worth.

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never had in their youth, Lake
said.
Todays generation must
effect tragedy in their minds for
they have never experienced real
tragedy, such as the depression
in their parentstime.
Parents, on the other hand,
become so wrapped up in
protecting their children, that
they fail to realize their
individuality, Lake explained.
These are the ideas that are
brought to life in Five Finger
Exercise.
THE PLAY RUNS on a split
weekend schedule, March 4,5,
and 6 and March 11,12, and 13.
Box office sales have been slow
due to the nearness of final
examinations.
The drama is intense and
very relevant, Lake
commented, students should
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take a break from their studies
and see it.
Starring in the Florida Players
production are: Marshall Breeze,
Sue Owens, John Schatz, Sam
Zimmerman and Jennifer
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The curtain rises for Five
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ODK And Committee
Discuss Evaluation
By DAVE ZIEGLER
Alligator Staff Writer
The University Committee on Teaching Evaluation in conjunction
with Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) met Monday afternoon to discuss
utilizing the results of ODKs publication on course and teacher
evaluation.
Specifically, the committee met to discuss the following points:
The reactions obtained from students, faculty and administration
on systems of evaluation used during summer and fall quarters of
1970
Needs for upper division colleges to carry out evaluation this
quarter
A proposal for distribution results.
About 15 instructors and professors were present from the various
colleges, along with 3 members from ODK. The gist of the two hour
discussion was a draft of a proposed policy for distribution of raw
results from the teacher and course evaluation project.
ALSO DISCUSSED were the various problems the teachers and
students faced in administering the evaluation tests.
There should be fewer questions asked on many of the
questionnaire forms, because when you have 80 questions to answer
most students will take the latter part of the test lightly due to
boredom, said ODK President Joe Hilliard.
Other problems which exist include handing out the questionnaire
forms and getting them back. Some committee members said there
was also a great number of apathetic students. Many students wont
show up for their own teacher evaluation. Others just walk out of the
room.
IT WAS BROUGHT up that those students who take chemistry are
responsible for filling out three teacher evaluation forms. One must be
filled out for the lab instructor, another for the discussion leader and
then one more for the lecturer. What do you do for those students
who take two chemistry courses a quarter? They fill out six for us in
chemistry alone.
Hilliard suggested that since the majority of~students take four to
five courses per quarter that perhaps stretching the teacher evaluation
program out to four or five quarters might bring in better results.
To date the students have not had full use of the data which has
been collected and processed by the committee.
J. P. OConnell, chairman of the committee said the teacher
should have full access to the material collected so that he can see
where his weak and strong points lie. The students also want the
results so that they may choose professors.
The input is coming from the students, and they have a right to
know where they stand, Hilliard said.
This year the teacher evaluation is being kept totally objective, no
comments, just raw data, giving the facts. Subjective comments will be
witheld this year.
ACCORDING TO ODKs Teacher and Course Evaluation
Committee Chairman Bob Wattles, the demand for the booklet has
been tremendous, and they receive many calls during registration for
the pamphlet.
The four proposals were edited at the meeting and they will now be
submitted to Vice President of Academic Affairs Frederick Conner
who will present the proposals to UF President Stephen C. 0 Connell.
According to Assistant Dean of Academic Affaire Ernest St.
Jacques, the four proposals will go before the senate steering
committee or perhaps follow some other route before it will be voted
on in the University Senate. St. Jacques says he thinks OConnell will
try and push these teacher evaluation course proposals through the
senate. ---- ~~ ~~
THE TEACHING evaluation committee made a number of
suggestions for the distribution and use of results.
One suggestion is that computer or tabulated summaries of the
results of numerically scaled questions should be made generally
available to all areas of the academic community. In addition,
computer cards or tapes containing this input data should be
preserved.
The committee suggested that handwritten responses should be
made generally available after screening out false or unfortunate
comments which might identify and personally damage the instructor.
Deans and/or department chairmen should write their personal
summaries of the evaluations of a teacher when UF and university
system administrators routinely request or require information about
tufting for the purposes of promotion, salary, and tenure according to
the committee.
Another recognition was that each college faculty and
administration should encourage and designate a recognized student
group to write course and teacher guides for that college.
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he people are the city.
EDITORIAL
A Long Way
From Utopia
The All-America City citation that Gainesville was
recently awarded might, along with 11 cents, buy a ghetto
resident a cup of coffee.
This is to say that the award, sponsored by the National
Municipal League and Look Magazine, is relatively
meaningless.
Before we are accused of complete negativism, let us
explain.
The award is nice and we applaud the efforts of the
organizations that made it possible. We are pleased that
Gainesville has groups willing to work with deprived
children, drug addicts and people with personal problems.
But the work to still be accomplished in this city is
staggering. It is not a time to pat ourselves on the back, and
settle back to self-centered indifference.
Gainesville still has one of the worst ghettos in the state.
The living conditions there leave much to be desired. The
housing is bad and many of the streets are unpaved. The
crime rate in the ghetto is higher than anywhere else in the
city.
The Alachua County jail is terrifying. It is inadequate:
usually overcrowded, and does not provide rehabilitation
services.
Gainesville as well as the other cities cited can be
proud that the efforts of a small minority of its citizens
have* been recognized.
But the city should also realize that it has a long way to
go to utopia.
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You guys can't tax us corporations we're too busy making money.

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Ive Got One...
By JOHN PARKER

This is what we in the trade
call a personality piece.
What it really is, is a pay-off.
Its about our cartoonist, Frank
Gladstone.
I WANT to scratch his back
for him because he has been one
of those little people behind the
scenes that made me what I am
today: crazy.
Frank is always coming into
the office overflowing with fine
ideas for me.
I know what you can do one
on today, he says, seeing my
chin on the typewriter, tears
flowing into the keys.
Do one on how eveiyone is
always stealing my pens, he
says. *1 have a number one and a
number three and a zero and the
number three is missing all the
time.
Okay Frank. More tears.
The machine is rusting.
Oh, I know; do one on my
dog. You know they wont let
me bring him in here anymore
on acounta how he used to pooh
pooh on the floor. Isnt that
unconstitutional?*
Right Frank, I*ll keep it in
mind. Go draw.
But really this pay-off is for

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intelligent, and he has a great
flare for recognizing good
humour when he sees it. In
short, he likes my work.
But he always has a helpful
suggestion or two on how I can
add just that extra pinch of zest
for which I am quite justifiably
famous.
That's a great column,
John, he says. Just put
something in there about how
the Alligator cartoonist is getting
very homy and then put my
phone number. Okay?
Okay, Frank.
Its 378-6329.



Apology
EDITOR:
My sincere apologies if
statements quoted by me in the
Alligator on Monday have
offended anyone. Certainly this
was not intended.
I have long admired the
qualities that most of the
student athletes from other
countries seem to possess. We
have been involved in recruiting
these fine players for a long
time. They are gentlemen both
on and off the athletic field.
The gist of the
disappointment I have
experienced in recruiting
athletes from other countries has
only been in the area of their
comprehensive understanding of
the English language. In order to
enter the University of Florida a
freshman non Florida student
must have in order to qualify for
a scholarship, a minimum score
of 1000 on the SAT exam. Since
half of this exam is English

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vocabulary and comprehension,
we frequently experience a lot
of difficulty overcoming this.
I am sure that United States
athletes would experience the
same difficulty if they went
abroad to school and had to
qualify in this same manner. We
have helped several students
overcome this problem in the
past and will continue to do so
in the future.
Again, I apologize if my
remarks were misunderstood.
M.B. CHAFIN
Assistant Tennis Coach
Hypocrisy
EDITOR;
Tonight we witnessed the
double standard which, although
denied frequently by the
administration, is highly
prevalent at the University of
Florida.

Upon entering Union
Auditorium, which was filled to
capacity for a poetry reading by
Howard Nemerov, we were
encouraged to sit in the aisles.
This is in direct contrast to
the policy of keeping the aisles
cleared for fire safety reasons
which seems to be enforced only
at concerts, movies, and
speeches by undesirable
speakers.
Fire safety regulations are
swell, but if theyre going to be
enforced at Pacific Gas &
Electric or 2001, it seems to
us that they should be enforced
at poetry readings and other
cultural events as well.
Fifteen cars were towed away
at the Jane Fonda speech, yet at
Gator basketball games, the fans
could very well park in the trees
and get away with it.
Its time to put an end to this
discrimination. The
administration should either
begin to uniformly enforce its
policies or do away with them
altogether.
808 ROSENBERG
WARREN BERNARD
B-Ba II
EDITOR:
In reference to Marty
Perlmutters tell-it-Kke-it-is
account of our recent loss to
Georgia in basketball, I would
like to express my
disappointment in anyone who
would stoop so low as to adopt
the post-game tactics of Florida
State University. Recalling a
1966 football game between Fla.
and F.S.U., we find that F.S.U.
still claims victory because of a
referees bum call.
I think that the blame for the
weakness of our basketball team
can be placed someplace besides
upon the officials. Referees
decisions are just like the
weather all you can do is talk
about them. I can think of no
examples in which the outcome
of any game has been reversed
because of a complaint
concerning a referee's judgment
call. So lets start supporting our
Gators to win games more
readily so that a referees
mistake won't be so crucial.
C.fl. HEARD
Not Funny
EDITOR;
To those students at last
friday nights performance of
Birthday Party":
Congratulations. As you laughed
your fool heads off at the
picture of destitution painted
for you in painfully realistic
color, I realized just what the
heck the problem is. Not
preceding generations of apathy,
although that too is a minus for
our great society, its us,
liberal minded, informed and
supposedly intelligent college
people.

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C'mon, you and I both know
all the bitching in the world
won't solve a single problem if
the solutions are only good for
the other guy. Love and Peace
have looked great on protest
posters for years, how about
adding a new wend, compassion.
To those students not at
fridays performance: The
preceding was in reference to a
thirty minute film prior to
Birthday Party. It dealt
entirely with alcoholism and
poverty in our society today. It
wasn't funny.
TERRY COPE lUC
Catholic
EDITOR:
With a name such as Blaise
Picchi, I must assume that you
are either of Italian or some
other foreign extraction and that
you are a product of the
authoritarian Catholic Church
which does such a thorough job
of brainwashing and
indoctrinating its people.
You refer to this bleb of
nothing in a womans womb as a
life which must be spared and
protected but you dont
mention the 50,(XX) American
boys who were murdered in
their full maturity at Viet Nam,
American boys, I repeat who are
fighting a war not for the U.S.
but for the Vatican, since it was
the Vatican who got us involved
in this war through our Catholic
president, Mr. Kennedy. Please
note that not even one Italian
youth was killed in this war
between Catholicism and
Communism. Pretty crafty and
cunning of this church, wasnt
it?
You also do not mention the
instance of rape. Certainly since
you are already in college, you
know that in the northern cities
there are several cases of rape
every day and in nine out of ten
they are cases of rape of a white
girl by a Negro. Now, Mr. Picchi,
if you want your daughters to
carry a Negro unwanted child,
then you just go right ahead, but
don't come along with such
trash and expect the rest of us to
accept this. You have been so
thoroughly indoctrinated by

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your Catholic church that now
even you think you can impose
your thinking on the good
people of Florida. And another
thing, Mr. Picchi, if you want
your wife to be a breeding sow
then go ahead and make a sow
out of her but you just leave our
wives alone.
You say, "legalization of
abortion is a crime against
humanity. WAR has been a
crime against humanity for
thousands of years and yet your
Catholic church is guilty of the
most inhumane wars of all times,
namely, the Crusades and the
Inquisition. These wars were
savagely brutal, outrageously
cruel and wicked. Read some
non-Catholic books on this
subject and learn the truth. And,
what about all the illegitimate
children the Popes had with
innocent young girls? It was the
will of God they told the
parents and handed them a few
pence to cover their crime.
I am shocked and
disappointed that our Orlando
Sentinel carried your article in
its entirety.
NAME WITHHELD
Quantity
EDITOR:
Since John Parker is titled
"Editorial Assistant, I must
assume his job includes the
lay-out and management of the
editorial and opinion pages of
The Alligator.
Perhaps, in the interests of
journalistic quality, it would be
better if John made the decision
to mn his own column less
frequently than once-a-day.
About half of the Parker
musings are the standard
hey-look -at-me-I-an>a-witty -at-me-I-an>a-wittynewspaper-columnist.
newspaper-columnist. -at-me-I-an>a-wittynewspaper-columnist. The
other half read like John had to
reach into the innermost depths
of nothingness to fill the
appropriate column inches. They
sound like he's not sure of his
subject when he starts and even
less sure when he finishes.
Quantity does not necessarily
mean quality, John. More often
than not, it just means a yawn.
NORM WHITE

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Law College To Hold Minority Recruiting

By CAROL BRADY
Alligator Writer
UFs College of Law is
holding a Minority Recruiting
Weekend March 5 and 6 to
interest qualified minority
students in attending the UF
Law School.
Two blacks have graduated
from the College and six blacks
are currently enrolled. The past
three years represent an effort
on the Law Schools part to
increase minority
enrollment.
THE WEEKEND is an
opportunity for the UF to
overcome the very negative
image among Blacks about how
receptive the campus is to
minority students, Law Center
Co-ordinator of Minority Affairs
Michael Bryant said.
The program is being financed
by a grant received from the
Law Student Civil Rights
Research Council, supplemented
by funds from the UF Office of
Minority Affairs.
Sixty to 80 minority students
are expected to participate in
the events of the weekend.
These students are the product
of 10 weeks of recruiting by the
Law School at schools in Florida
and the Southeast.
INCLUDED IN the schools
visited during the .recruiting
drive were, Edward Waters,
Jacksonville University, Florida
Memorial College, University of
Miami, Albany State University,
University of Georgia, and
Tuskegee Institute.
Weekend highlights include
registration Friday morning,
followed by a barbecue open to
the public on the Law Center
grounds.
Thomas M. Jenkins, current
member of the State Board of
Pardons and Parole in Georgia,
Research Group
Looks At Aspects
Os UF Research
Gainesville Research
Collective is a group of UF
students spending approximately
10 hours a week checking into
public records and investigating
various aspects of research that
is done at UF.
Research is being made in the
areas of ROTC, the possibility of
war research relating Vietnam at
UF and the makeup of the
Board of Regents.
Members meet once every few
weeks to discuss methodology.
Anyone who wants to help,
may call the Eye and leave his
name and phone number, and
someone from the Gainesville
Research Collective will contact
him. I
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will be the keynote speaker
Friday night, at 7:30 in Room
190 of the Center.
SATURDAYS SCHEDULE
begins with an informal meeting
of students with faculty and law
students over coffee and donuts.
Students will view a model law
class in session and at 11:30 a.m.
there will be a panel discussion.
The discussion will feature
Gwendolyn Cherry, state
representative from Miami, Earl
Johnson, Jacksonville City
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Attorney, Jesse McCreary, from
the State Attorney Generals
Office, UF graduate Stephen
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The weekend will end with a
luncheon at the Rathskeller
Saturday afternoon. Tickets for
events can be obtained from
Michael Bryant at 392-0413.
The Law Center also holds
summer workshops sponsored
by the Institute of Continuing

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Automated Post Office Set For UF

By KATHY ROBERTS
Alligrtor Staff Writer
Construction of a fully automated post office west of
the mechanical engineering building and adjacent to the
Reitz Union walkway has begun and will probably be
completed by the end of this month, according to
Gainesville Postmaster Robert Deen.
The slab for the building has already been poured and

Outside Light System
Diamond Village Plans
A lighting system for Diamond Village should be installed by this
summer, according to Freeman L. Goff, manager of married housing.
The system consisting of lights on erect, concrete posts similar to
those in parking areas is on order.
WE HAVE the money now, Goff said, and it is just a matter of
time (before the lights are installed).
Last fall there was some discusssion of erecting a temporary lighting
system after a shooting incident in the parking lot of Diamond
Village, Goff said.
A vandal in the parking lot was apparently tampering with an
automobile, when a village resident came out into the parking lot. The
vandal shot and wounded the resident, explains Goff.
Goff said the decision was made to discard the temporary lighting
plan.
It would have been money thrown away, since the new system
had already been scheduled, Goff said.
Spring into
ESTABLISHED 1938
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The word for spring is velour, and at Franklins, the word in
velour fashions is Craig/Craely. These smartly tailored
pantsuits in solids and stripes available in sizes S, M, and L.
2401 SW 13 St. 372-4606
In the Villofl* Squore

should be completed by Thursday, Deen said.
THE CONCRETE BASE costing $2500, was provided
from the Student Government campus improvement fund.
On Friday the building unit will be erected on the slab
by UFs physical plant department. The automatic
equipment will then be installed and will be serviced
regularly by a specially trained technician.
The walk-up postal unit will provide stamp and
envelope machines, parcel and letter dispensers, money

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FREE theres nothing to buy
there are no slogans to write. Its
almost too easy! Enter now. You
might win this trip compliments of
Miller High Life Beer.
HEAR and see a world of Jazz I
Americas own folk music. V/
Youll be with the greatest Jazz
musicians playing traditional Mississippi. Follow the music for
American Jazz ... Gospel music... three more days and nights. Have
Cajun music ... and Marching dinner and watch the floor show
Jazz ... through the streets of at the New Orleans Playboy Club,
the French Quarter, in the Stay at the famous Royal Sonesta
Municipal Auditorium and in Hotel in the middle of the action
historical Beauregard Square. on Bourbon Street. All as the guest
This is a Jazz Festival, a music of The Miller Brewing Company,
survey, course and a lot of fun all SEND this coupon or a
wrapped up in a four-day holiday, facsimile. The winner will receive
April 21 through 24. round trip, First Class air fare,
GO start the event at a river- hotel accommodations! Mail it!
boat Jazz concert on the You might win!
MAIL TO:
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c/o Miller Brewing Company
P.O. Box 2027
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Name Age,
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Street Address
City : State Zip
All entry blanks must be postmarked no later than March 31, 1971. Winners will be notified by April 7.
1971. Winners will be selected by random drawing and no substitute prizes or cash allowances will
be awarded.

Thuodaf. Match 4 1971, Tha Florida Alttfrtar,

changers, a large map showing parcel zones for mailing;
and other necessary instructions.
A direct telephone line to the Gainesville Post Office
will also be installed for those students who may need
help.
The cost of the building unit is $5,000 and the
automatic equipment will run approximately
$12,000-$ 15,000.

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Streisand
And Hendrix
Reviewed

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By ANDREW BANKER
Alligator Writer
If some stroke of misfortune
or vagary of nature limited
America to producing only two
kinds of goods, one would
probably be guns while the other
would undoubtedly be records.
Given this attitude, it is
impossible to audition anything
but a few thin slices of the tons
of vinyl cut each year and the
further limitations of print space
and deadline leave only a
fraction of these that can
actually be reviewed.
The latest Barbra Streisand
release is a good choice for a
review because it embodies the
classic industry trick of trying to
mold a middle-of-the-road adult
favorite into a hip rock
superstar.
NOT TO SAY that Streisand
isnt capable of handling the
transition she certainly is and,
in all but a few cases, proves it.
The real fault of Stoney End lies
with her producer (Richard
Perry) and arrangers who, in
attempting to pull it off forget
to leave out the ponderous string
and hom arrangements that tend
to turn rock freaks away.
I Don't Know Where I
Stand, for example, might have
gleemed with the same purity of
Joni Mitchell's version had it
only been simpler.
The use of large background
choruses is accented here (on
five of eleven tracks), all but
consuming Streisands delicacy
of phrasing. An exception to this
is No Easy Way Down where
the chorus is sprinkled
effectively throughout and
doesn't interfere with the
songtress vocal architecture.
HOWEVER ON THE three
Laura Nyro tunes the choral and
brass arrangements are so
remarkably similar to those on
the original versions that one
gets the impression that he is

listening not to Streisand at all
but to Nyro!
Better things on the album
include her fling with Nilssons
impish Maybe and a soulish
workout on Randy Newmans
Let Me Go perhaps because
theyre less cluttered and allow
this dynamic but sadly
misdecorated voice to pierce the
listener.
More than any other
musician, Jimi Hendrix
personified the drug-rock culture
in his work, his life, and above
all, his death. He was its chief
proponent and, when the time
came, its most sinister prophet
of doom.
CLEARLY, Cry of Love
looms as the sequel to the
tragedy of the rock hero's
symbolic self-destruction the
burning of his guitar and
represents an interval during
which he pauses to consider, in
the time he has left, the life he
has led.
The result is that Hendrix's
guitar is mellower here than in
past efforts. His guitar is now
more articulate and no longer
obscures itself with the
electronic feedback and
distortion that had become its
trademark.
His phallic sword had always
tended to wield itself, and it
apparently took final
destruction in order for it to be
tamed.
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Angel where a riff that sounds
much like Eric Claptons
Presence of the Lord
introduces the first couple of
verses ending with Fly all night,
sweet angel/tomorrow Im gonna
be by your side a clear and
immediate statement of
resignation to death and what
may lie ahead.
More of the traditional
Hendrix themes (freedom,
psychedelic euphoria, and lust)
make up the bulk of the album.
Freedom and Straight
Ahead have banal lyrics but are
good musically. Night Bird
Flying, with its sinuous melody
line, is enough to make your
head swim.
Drifting is soft and airy and
probably alludes to a mellow
heroine trip.
BUT FAR MORE revealing of
Hendrix himself and more
intriguing lyrically are the
loneliness and alienation motifs
he uses in Cry of Love. My
Friend is a Dylanesque blues

"LET ME GO"
Hillel, Friday o p.rn.
FAT Albert
is coming!

number complete with barroom
noises and lazy-style mouth harp
Meeting in the background.
Not only does the refrain
(when your only friend talks,
looks, sees, and feels like you
and you do the same just like
him) bespeak a strong Dylan
influence on Hendrix.
There is a great similarity in
their vocal inflections, too (at
least the way Dylan used to
sing!).
His voice is also strongest and
clearest on this track, giving
evidence of a certain asserting
confidence that is missing in
Belly Button Window, a soft
blues which suggest the
evolution of a revolutionary
figure from the symbolic womb.
THERE WAS NO question
that this album would be
important it was the final
opus of an individual whose
death marks the dedine of the
drug culture he helped create as
a popular milieu for rock artists.
Cry of Love is happily musical
as well.
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

FOR SALE
WATER BEOS ultimate in sleeping
comfort. Call 372*7178
Students DONT BE FOOLED! We
guaratee the lowest prices New
walnut finished student desk, now
$27.50, bookcase with glass doors
$19.50, 2 drawer files $19.50, Used
solid oak swivll chairs with castors
$19.95 J R OFFICE FURNITURE
S2O S. MAIN STREET 376-1146
(A-15t-84-p)
8-track cartridges custom Recorded
80-min Capitol tapes, 2 or more
albums $4 Inc. tape or will beat any
competitive offers 378-5916 nights
(A-st-92-p)
Walnut console TV 23". Ex. Cond.
Best Offer 378-5925 After 6:00
(A-st-92-p)
Fender Bandmaster amp & bottom 2
12 bass speakers. .2 yrs. old & In
excel, cond. $250 call Dan at
373-1143 after 7 p.m. (A-st-94-p)
Mobile home for sale, 1969
Parkwood 12x52, air conditioned,
furnished, carpeted. Excellent
condition! Call 378-7165 evenings
(A-7t-92-p)
Doberman Pinscher Puppies AKC
Champion Stock Warlock line 7
weeks old only males left from
$125.00 phone 378-8067 or
378-8045 (A-10t-94-p)
SURFBOARD Oceanside 70; 6' 10
"used 5 times new $165. will
sacrifice S9O (consider trade 4
turntable or speakers); Magnavox
Stereo for S7O. Call Betty 378-6548
after 5 pm (A-st-94-p)
Gibson sg standard electric guitar
retail price was $390. will sell for
$175. Its in really good condition
call 376-3683. ask for Wiley
(A-3t-94-p)
SUPER SALE Blank 8-track tapes
6 for 9.95 MUNTZ STEREO 319 NW
13 St. (A-30t-88-p)
Get ready for spring, two 10-speed
bicycles for sale, a ralelgh record for
$65 and a sears for $45 call 378-0992
anytime. (A-3t-94*p)
1966 HONDA 160. Good condition.
$185.00 or best offer. Call 376-8484
after 1:30 P.M. (A-7t-94-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)
< r
Panasonic reel to reel tape recorder.
SIOO.OO Call Jim at 373-3615
anytime. (A-st-93-p)
Sofa-bed, chair and otoman set,
brown tweed, one year old, bought
set for $l5O but must sell, call
378-1298 anytime for Info, excellent
cond! (A-st-92-p)
-
Electronics Experlmentersl I All kinds
of state of the art solid state devices
and accessories available at:
Technical Assistance Unlimited 717
NW First St. 376-0624 (A-10t-89-p)
RUMMAGE 3-7 pm apt 127 Colonial
Manor 1216 SW 2nd Ave 1 cent to
$1 BARGAINS records, books,
sweaters, MORE 373-3874
(A-st-91-p)
FOR SALE 1970 Motorcycle
Yamaha 350 Call 392-0393 or See at
Campus Credit Union Office 1200
SW sth Avenue (A-st-95-p)
Kawasaki 250 Enduro bike, special
shocks, expansion chamber, has abt
30hp. Like new condition. Price
$550 will bargain call 378-4180
(A-3t-95-p)
1968 honda CL 175 scrambler 6400
mi. excellent condition, tool kit,
S4OO. call Jerry for more info.
376-1127 (A-3t-95*p)
WATERBEDS. 319 W. University
Ave. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Mon. through
Sat. Waterbeds of Gainesville
(A-st-95-p)

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from 12:30 to 4:30 at 2nd V
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Sponsored by the J.W.R. Union

FOR SA LE
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MUST SELL 1967 Ducati 100 CC
Scrambler 850 miles ex. cond. used
on trails luggage rack GREAT BUY)
call Jerry 392-6914 $175 (A-st-95-p)
Used furniture, student work table
sl2, dining table sl2, glass sewing
table S4O, Call 372-6846. All pieces
in excellent condition & sturdy.
(A-3t-95-p)
WATERBEDS at peoples prices, the
lowest in hogtown. jumbo S9O,
round SIOO, king S7O, queen $65,
full S6O, twin $55. Call 372-6846
(A-3t-95-p)
Gui tar-Yamaha copy of Martin
DC-18 also motorola B&W portable
T.V. Guitar SBO T.V. $45 call
378-1241 (A-3t-95-p)
New -monach smx stereo tape
player with am-fm radio 80 dollars
must sell call 378-3560 after 1
(A-3t-95-p)
66 Mustang new engine new carb.
new tires new Insp. sticker runs great
call Paul after 6:00 pm 378-3743
(A-st-95-p)
Scuba Tank for sale, 42 cu. ft., K
valve, Also, two hose single stage
regulator, Bac Pac. All for S6O Call
373-3440 after 5 (A-2t-95-p)
1969 HONDA CL 350, excellent
condition, extra parts and helmet,
high bars, velocity stacks, extra
chrome, call Tom at 392-7003
(A-st-95-p)
4 puppies 4 sale 2 males, 2 females 6
weeks March 3 type: cute + cuddly,
sad eyes, droopy ears cost: loving
home call 373-3108 after 6
(Ar3t-95-p)
Automatic radio tape player 8 track
excellent cond. 65.00 Phone
376-0003 (A-2t-96-p)
1970 Kawasaki Mach 111 500 very
good condition 3000 miles SBOO
contact Don 392-8718 (A-4t-96-p)
Ml RAN DA SEN 50 MAT with f 1.4
lens and 2 electronic flashes with
slave unit Used very little all for $l7O
392-8203 (A-2t-96-p)
1969 Honda 350 Includes helment,
luggage rack and windshield. Would
make excellent road bike or good for
town. $425 call Reb 378-0105
(A-lt-96-p)
18ft house trailer furnish all
aluminum leaving state must sell
S4OO phone 376-0388 (A-4t-96-p)
Yamaha 60cc: Excellent condition,
dependable, runs perfectly, many
new parts, over 100 mpg. Must sell
first SIOO takes It. Call Gordon
378-4487 (A-lt-96-p)
Duo Pickup Electric Guitar with
Tremolo Amp Seldom Used Both
Must Go $65.00 call Clyde 378-7993
Landmark Apts 16 (A-lt-96-p)
Honda CL-100 1 970 under 2500 tai.
candy orange In like new condition
owned less than one year $325
w/helmet. 1519 NW 3 ave, call
376-8508 (A-st-96-p)
Mans racing bike 10-speed S7O.
Girls 3-speed $45. Both 3 months
old. Call Maryann 372-6091 after 5 &
392-2814 from 8 to 5 weekdays.
(A-st-96-p)
Enjoy the best at bargain prices!
Craig 8-trk tapeplayer complete with
wiling and bracket and six tapes Inc.
Chicago, Fevertree Call Mark
378-6806 (A-3t-96-p)
7 golf clubs & bag, pole lamp, iron &
board, study light, magazine rack
handbags, blouses (36) sweaters, 9fe
m ladles shoes, books, etc. 373-3874
(Arst-96*p)
FOR RENT
3 blocks from campus for one or two
people air conditioned pool available
today! 60 per month 373-1819 in
home at odd hours so keep trying
(B-2t-95-p)

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FOR RENT
X-X-X-X-X-X-X-X-X-X-X-X-X-X-X-X-X-X-X
Room in private home for mature
male students. Line and maid service.
Central heat/ac. Separate entrance
off-street parking. Call 376-5360
(B-Bt-95-p)
Male roommate wanted spring qtr at
Univ Gard Trace AC pool cable TV
S4B a month + 1/3 utilities call
378-8993 after 5:00 (B-10t-95-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)
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)
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
3 73-1103 1906 SW 14 Terr.
(B-st-95-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)
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)
1 Male Roommate Needed.
Gatortown Apartments. Rent Paid
till March 15 Take Over Now And
save call 466-3309 (B-st-92-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)
Female roommate for spring quarter
to share room in 3 bedroom apt. $47
per month la bonne vie apts.
378-5812 (B-10t-85-p)
Wanted: two roomates for Spring
quarter. University Gardens. 467.50
per/mth. call Fran 373-4377
evenings. (B-st-92-p)
Efficiency apt walking distance
campus, a/c, pool available spring &
summer, suitable for 1 or 2
SBS/month Phone 373-3149
(B-2t-96-p)
Sublet 2 br furnished tanglewood apt
central a.c., pool, carpet, dishwasher.
Available spring qtr. $l9O mon call
378-0910 (B-st-96-p)
Male roommate wanted spring
summer $35. mon. 3128 NW 21 St
Phone 378-6 886 after 5 pm
(B-2t-96-p)
1 male roomate, spring summer or
both Landmark apt N 0.27 pool,
dishwasher, a/c, health club 47.50 +
V 4 utilities call 376-0529 (B-st-96-p)
THE PLACE Apt 307 1231 SW 3rd
Ave. all elect, dishwasher,
townhouse, private bedroom, $82.50
Incl. utilities, pool, ask for Alan
(B-3t-96-p)
Wanted: 1 or 2 female roommates for
2 bedroom AC close to campus.
$108.75 for spring quarter. Call
372-7624 (B-st-96-p)
SINFUL apt In Village Park two
bdrm. with everything sublease
starting spring qtr. furn $l7O or
unfurnished call 378-8061
(B-st-96-p)
WANTED
Female roommate spring Qr. for
trailer; near med center, own room
$55 per mo. % utilities call 378-4196
(C-7t-90-p)
Plush apt. needs one more female. All
the extras Including pool, sauna,
tennis, and morel! Call .Marti or
Donna at 373-3713. (C-lt-96-p)
Male roommate for spring qtr 2
bedroom landmark apt. 123 ac pool
sauna gym call 376-2768 (C-4t-96-p)

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Female Roommate needed Landmark
Apt. 37 Available Mar 1 47.50/mo
373-3107 (C-st-92-p)
Female roommate. Three blocks
from campus Approx. $56
(negotiable). 421 N.W. 15 St.
375- (C-st-94-p)
2 female romates to share 2 bdrm.
Summit House apt. with 2 girls
Spring Qrt. $45 per mo. + utilities
call 372-4157 (C-3t-93-p)
Male roommate needed. Village Park
Apartments. Available now.
$47.50/mo. Call Darryl at 392-0505
or 378-0043 (C-4t-95-p)
1 or 2 roommates wanted for nice
apt with carpeting, dishwasher, pool.
Start spring quarter at La Bonne Vie
Call 373-1228 (C-st-95-p)
Female roomate needed landmark
apt 174 available Mar 29 47.50/mo
color T.V. 2 pools dishwasher etc.
376- (C-Bt-95-p)
Wanted one male roommate. Fully
furnished two bedroom apt. $l2O +
utilities for the whole qtr. call
372-6812 for Info, ask for Chris.
(C-2t-95-p)
Male law student air Conditioned
furnished single room or apartment
with kitchen maximum S7O
372-2392 (C-3t-95-p)
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Need 1 female roommate for Spring
close to school 405 N.W. 14th St.
only sliO for Spring call 373-3786.
(C-2t-95-p)
1 roommate to share 2 bdrm. apt.
summit house 1700 SW 16th Ct. now
cheap 45.00 per mo. Including utility
call Immediately 376-2048
(C-3t-95-p)
3 female freaks needed to sublet 4
bdr apt near campus air cond pool
S7O mo. Ind utilities (C-4t-95-p)
One fomate roommate for landmark
apt 42.50 per month + V util.
Immediate occupancy and spring qrt.
call 378-6075 after 5 p.m.
(C-3t-96-p)
Female roommate Starting March 15
to share 3-bedroom furnished house
dose to campus. S6O + utilities
372-7227 after 4. (C-3t-96-p)
One male roommate 2 bedroom
house 1240 SW 13 St Call 372-3922
(C-3t-96-p)
Female roomate wanted for poolside
french quarter apt. March rent free,
only $36.75 a month, call 373-2209
anytime. (C-St-96-p)
Roomates for Spr. and Sum. share a
room for S4O or private rrn. for S6O
monthly, call Wayne at 378-5900
Unlv. Gardens Trace Apts.
(C-st-96-p)
Liberal female roommate for 2
bedrm Williamsburg town ho use
No.ll 52.50 utilities call
372- X 245 8:30 to 4:30 or
373- anytime (C-st-92-p)
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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)
Couple wants 1 bedroom apt for spr.
and summer near campus phone after
6 pm 372-4166 (C-3t-94-p)
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)
Heads wanted for cutting styling and
reconditioning free hair analysis.
Redken organic hair care products
trlsh carol and clndy now working
miracles at trlsh *s hair house.
372-7159 (C-st-94-p)
Straight male roommate for spring
qtr. SIOB. starilte apts. N 0.821 good
dean rooms near campus, central air
condlt. and heating, call 378-0452
(C-st-94-p)
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HOMEWORKERS. Envelope
addressers and mailers. Send stamped
envelope $ 25 cents to GWL
Enterprises, 640 Cobb St., Athens,
Qa. 30601 (E-2t-95-p)
ADV. SALES need 2 part-time
student salesmen. Experienced. Must
be hers Sum Qtr. Salary SSO plus
comm. Ph 378-5945 evenings Mr.
Maddock (E-3t-96-p)
Senior Architecture Student to do
some drafting on a part time hourly
basis. Write letter to Roebuck PO
Box 1149 Gainesville, giving details
of qualifications and hourly rate of
compensation expected. (E-10t-96-p)

HELP NTED'
Extra money? Fla. licensed
physicians, residents, fellows etc. to
work weekends in general hospital In
Palatka excellent pay If interested,
call K. Santl, M.D. 328-2784
weekdays for further details
(E-st-95-p)
AXJTOS
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for sale 1969 Slmca very good mech.
cond. very clean good cheap trans.
Must sell! call 376-9356 or 378-4827
Ask for Ron (G-st-95-p)
Antique. 1950 Dodge, 4dr, fluid
drive. Current & Inspection, excellent
condition. S2OO 392-2871 or
376-8987 (G-st-94-p)
1969 Austin America 1300 cc, auto/4
speed, twin carbs, driving lamps,
talbot mirrors, radlals, radio, heater,
low milage, one owner, priced below
book at; $1250. Call 378-3343 after
6 p.m. (G-3t-95-p)
60. VW New tires, battery, brakes,
Dec. inspection. Complete
maintenance records. S3OO cash call
373-1697 after 5:00 pm (G-3t-95-p)
68 Opel Kadett fantastic condition
both engine and body wise. S9OO or
best offer, call Jim Kaan at 372-9319
(G-2t-95-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)
1969 VW equip, to handle hurst,
empl, radlals, konls. Uke new cond.
$1750. call Gary 392-7275
(G-st-93-p)
65 Chevy SS air rh at bucket seats
convertible good running condition
clean 396 engine asking 525 phone
376-0388 anytime (G-4t-96-p)
1965 Corvair Corsa 140 hp 4-speed
tape player, rebuilt engine &
transmission Wide ovals $575 call
376-9129 after 4:30 (G-st-96-p)
1969 VW baby blue bug $1495
recently rebuilt engine, excellent
condition, radio, after 5- 373-4023
(G-3t-96-p)
PERSONAL
Need a place spring qtr? one girt
wanted to share room In 2 bdrm apt
pool, fully furnished, convenient call
373-3026 or 376-7852 anytime
(J-st-94~p)
Co-Eds Facial Hair removed forever,
fast, low-cost gentle hair removal.
Edmund Dwyer. Electrologist...
102 N.W. 2nd Ave. Call 372-8039
for appointment. Q-44t-54-p)
For the best and lowest priced bike
repairs see Charlie it 103-6 NWIO St
4-9 pm (J-llt-92-p)

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emeus
Saturday, March 6, 1971
3:00 and 8:00
Florida Field
SI.OO Students & children
$1.50 general admission
Tickets on sale weekdays from
12:00 to 4:30 at Constans Box Office
and Seats Lay-Awsy Desk
sponsored by the J. Wayne fteltz Union

Thursday. March 4,1971, The Florida Alligator,

PERSONAL
Cindy Now you can consent to B.
Bear but consider me first. Happy
18th Birthday, chick. Rudolph
Valentino Heath Snicker snicker
(J-lt-96-p)
The next best thing to taking It with
you IS: Leaving it behind
Metropolitan Life CAN help ask for
Mr. Rothman 376-4426 (J-lt-96-p)
BULLHOG old man you made It now
you're over the hill too. happy
birthday to my favorite sigma nu. I
love you. POOH (J-lt-96-p)
Get your head on strlght at Trlsh*
Hair House. Guys and chicks. New
shag haircuts WE WONT SCALP
YOU hairwise or money wise. Cln
City Plaza 372-7159 (J-lt-96-p)
People who make things the Union
Is having another Arts and Crafts Sale
on April 5 & 6. Call 392-1655 for
more Information and start creating.
(J-st-96-p)
Male geminl seeks compatible female
who can dig nature and the wonders
of life and starshine. Call me at
378-2270 or write to P.O. Box 12356
(J-2t-96-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)
Sex Is best on a water bed. now here
from Innerspace Environment,
special offer for rtucwntk for
Information call Elliott 3793144
(J-13t-90-p)
(J-23t-75-p)
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Michael, I love you more than I love
the sun. Do you remember?
(J-3t-95*p)
GAINESVILLE GREEN decals, just
In. Magnificent leather jackets and
pants, even though Its too hot. Low,
medium and high-rise bluejeans, some
with buttons, all (count*m) ALL
SIZES. Sliver studs, hundreds of
patches and appliques. More
carburetors just arrived. Incense In a
dilllon scents. SUBTERRANEAN
CIRCUS, 105 W 7th St. ooen til 10
nightly (J-3t-9S-p)
Need jewelry, records, VW engine,
white elephant? You may find It at
the Presbyterian Center. Come to our
rummage sale today 10 to 5
(J-lt-96-pK
Pack your knapsack for adventure I
Bicycle and camp in England. 30 day
tours $566 from Boston, $689 from
Miami. Includes air fare, bicycle,
camping equipment. Call us
376-7985 (J-7t-96-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)

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LOST 4& FOUND
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Reward black wallet lost on Monday
please return to me Im lost without
It, give me a break. 392*7509 towers
b" 1107 SWARD $3O Lost wallet, great
sentimental value call 392*8903
(L-3t*95-p)
SUBSTANTIAL REWARD green
stat. book, research report, class
notes and questionnaire In manila
folders call 372-8403 after 6 pm
( L-3t-96-p)
foundt a man's or woman's
gold-plated watch In Brian Hall area,
phone 392-0203 and identify.
(L-3t-96-nc)
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)
Lhasa Apso AKC stud service, call
373-3116, coloring black and white
(M-2t-96-p)
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Alternators generators starter*
electrical systems tested and repaired.
Auto-Eiectric Service, 1111 S. Mam
378-7330. New! BankAmertcard and
Master Charge, (m-tfc}
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Sundays, 3265 Virginia St. No. 1,
Miami, 446-6583 appointments.
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i. The Florida Alligator, Thursday, March 4,1971

Nixons Ecological Policy Attacked

By BRUCE KUEHN
Alligator Staff Writer
Lieutenant Governor Tom
Adams attacked President Nixon
for his decision on the Cross
Florida Barge Canal and his
environmental policies in a
speech at UF Wednesday.
Speaking at the fifth annual
conference for Developing
Agriculture Resources
Effectively, Adams said Nixons
decision was motivated by
political concern, and by a
secondary concern for an
industry which has been liberally
subsidized by the federal
government for years, the
railroad industry.
ADAMS SAID, President
Nixon reached his decision
without a new, a requested and a
promised study of the
situation. Adams said that in a
note sent to the White House by
Russel Train, chief of the
Environmental Protection
Agency, Train commented that
the termination of the project
would bring maximum political
benefits.
Adams accused Nixon of
stopping the project to satisfy
environmentalists clamoring
over his tacit approval of the

Dickey Heads
Cancer Society

By ELLI MOSS
Alligator Staff Writer
Doug Dickey, head football
coach at UF, has been named
chairman of the American
Cancer Societys 1971
educational and fund raising
crusade in Florida.
As State Crusade Chairman,
Dickey said he hopes to reach
the fund raising goal of
$2,100,000.
DURING THE next few
months, Dickey will be involved
with meetings, public
appearances, TV and radio tapes
and other money raising
ventures to interest people in
making contributions.
His first stop will be Miami
and the Doral Eastern Open golf
tournament which benefits the
American Cancer Society.
Speaking engagements are also
planned for Jacksonville and
Panama City.
Dickey was named to his
position by Crusade Director
William Roper and Don Thomas
of the Public Information
Office, both are from the
Florida headquarters in Tampa.
IVE BEEN very flattered to
be asked to accept this
NOTICE
REFUNDS FOR THE
DELANEY. BONNIE AND
FRIENDS CONCERT WERE
EXTENDED THRU FEB. 27.
UNFORTUNATELY WE
CANNOT EXTEND THIS
DEADLINE. NO ADDITIONAL
REFUNDS CAN BE GIVEN.

mu* r
TOM ADAMS
... blasts Nixon
Alaskan pipeline, the Santa
Barbera Channel drilling and the
granting of new offshore oil
leases in Louisiana.
Adams also accused Nixon of
reacting against a state that put a
Democrat in both the governors
office and a senatorial seat while
replacing Republican office
holders.
THE RAILROAD industry
was another reason Nixon
stopped the barge canal
according to Adams.
Historically, the railroads have
opposed water transport, have

responsibility, commented
Dickey, and look forward to
working to make it a success.
Dickey succeeds Miami
Dolphin quarterback Bob Griese
as chairman of Floridas cancer
crusade who raised $1,972,810
for the Society.
Many cancer crusading
activities will be held during
April, which has been designated
as cancer control month.

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opposed Floridas canal, because
they know they cannot compete
with this mode of
transportation.
These savings are denied the
people of our nation, and the
public subsidy of the inefficient
management of Americas
railroads as it relates to bulk
commodities, continues by
presidential order.
Adams said he was in
agreement with Nixons goals for
protecting the environment as
set down in his recent message
to Congress. However, Adams
said, We must question his
methods and his reasoning.
IT IS DIFFICULT to have
confidence in a federal
bureaucracy which has shown
such small concern for our
environment, said Adams.
Adams said this small concern
is shown by the storing of
weapons of biological warfare,
the dumping of nerve gas off our
shores and the continued
underground nuclear testing
despite the inherent dangers in
the present system of
irreversibly polluting the worlds
atmosphere.
Finally, Adams attacked some
of Nixons proposals for

Hi. /
DOUG DICKEY
... Florida chairman

improving the environment.
Specifically, he mentioned the
proposal to tax industries which
pollute the atmosphere with
sulfur which include those
industries that produce electric
power.

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seemed to have great irony in it.
He said the legislation seems to
say, Go ahead and pollute, only
pay us a fee for it. If this is a
deterrent it is too small and too
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World Wrap-Up

SST Might Cause
Cases Os Skin Cancer
WASHINGTON (UPI) A
physicist testified Tuesday there
was nothing kooky or nutty
about fears that supersonic
transport SST planes might
cause 10,000 new cases of skin
cancer each year in the United
States.
Dr. James E. McDonald of the
University of Arizona, a member
of the National Academy of
Sciences panel on weather and
climate, said a 500-plane fleet of
SSTs would definitely decrease
ozone gas in the upper
atmosphere, which serves to
filter out the ultraviolet rays
reaching earth.
These additional ultraviolet
rays, said McDonald, might be
enough to produce as many as
5,000 to 10,000 new cases of
skin cancer in the United States.
Senate Employes Try
To Identify Bombers
WASHINGTON (UPI) FBI
agents Wednesday showed
Senate employes the
photographs of three young men
in an attempt to identify
possible suspects in Mondays
bombing of the U. S. Capitol.
The photographs were
reportedly pictures of young
white men, probably in their
20s. Two of them were
described as hippie looking..
Asked about the pictures, an
FBI spokesman said: We have
no comment to make.
The FBI, which Has charge of
the investigation, sought to
interview all Senate employes
who worked in the Capitol
Saturday and Sunday the
hours preceding the explosion
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WASHINGTON (UPI) With little argument and
practically no opposition, the House Judiciary
Committee approved a proposed constitutional
amendment that would lower the voting age to 18
for all elections, including state and local ones.
The committee adopted the proposal, 32 to 2,
after a closed meeting of less than an hour.
Only Republican Reps. Wiley Mayne, lowa, and
Charles Wiggins, Calif., opposed it.
The proposed amendment would end the conflict
in various voting age laws left by a recent Supreme
Court decision on the 1970 Voting Rights Act,
which attempted to lower the age to 18 foj all
elections.
The court said Congress had the power to set the
voting age for presidential and congressional
elections, but could not do so for state and local
elections without changing the Constitution. Most
states limit voting to citizens aged 21 and over.

that shook the building Monday.
The bomb detonated in an
unmarked mens rest room,
normally used only by senators,
30 minutes after an anonymous
telephone caller told the Capitol
switchboard there would be an
explosion to protest the U.S.
support of the South
Vietnamese military operation
inside Laos.
Killing Women,Children
Not Ordered In My Lai
FT. BENNING, Ga. (UPI)
Two Army veterans testified at
the court-martial of Lt. William
L. Calley today that there was
no mention of killing women
and children in the briefing for
company commanders prior to
the American infantry sweep
through My Lai.
The rebuttal witnesses called
by the government were Lt. Col.
Frederic W. Watke, who
commanded a helicopter
company that did
reconnaissance over the assault
troops on the My Lai mission,
and Staff Sgt. Lanes Warren,
who was senior military
policeman for Task Force
Barker.
They said that the late Lt.
Col. Frank A. Barker Jr. gave the
briefing to company
commanders and others on
March 15, 1968, at his
headquarters. Barker was killed
in a helicopter crash about three
months after the My Lai
operation.
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Calleys commander, Capt.
Ernest L. Medina, came from
that Baiker briefing and told his
men to kill every living thing in
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MIDEAST (UPI) Egypt has
placed its troops on full alert
along the Suez Canal in
anticipation that it will be
forced to reject an extension of
the Middle East cease-fire
scheduled to expire Sunday,
Cairo political sources said
Wednesday.
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At the United Nations,
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Wednesday the United States
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Thant to appeal for extension of
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was taken by the Big Four
powers.
Bandits Pose As
Police To Rob Bank
PALM BEACH, Ha. (UPI)
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bank president at his home early
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then looted the banks vault of
about $500,000 in cash.
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daughter later were released
unharmed.
Police said Morgan was forced
to open the vault of the Palm
Beach Bank and Trust Co. when
the time clock went off.

The new amendment would have to be approved
by two-thirds majorities of both the House and
Senate and be ratified by 38 of the 50 state
legislatures. It would be the 26th amendment to the
Constitution if ratified.
Later in the day, the Senate subcommittee on
Constitutional Amendments unanimously approved
the 18-year-old voting age for elections.
Sen. Birch Bayh, D-Ind., one of the chief
sponsors, predicted the amendment would carry
Congress this year by the required two-thirds
majority.
He said he would present the amendment to
the full Senate Judiciary Committee possibly by late
this week, and hoped for full Senate action within a
month or two.
The states have the power to change the voting
age for their own elections, and Alaska, Georgia and
Kentucky have done so.

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amendment would end
the conflict in various
voting age laws left by a
recent Supreme Court
decision on the 1970
Voting Rights Act, which
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age to 18 for all
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Communists Down Eight U.S. Helicopters

SAIGON (UPI) Communist
gunners protecting the Ho Chi
Minh Trail with the heaviest
antiaircraft fire of the Indochina
War shot down eight U.S.
helicopters in Laos Wednesday.
Nine American crewmen were
lost in the biggest single day
setback for U.S. aircraft in

I The WAR I
I In Indochina

... S. Vietnam Invade The North?

Thieu Threatens Invasion Iff
. Hanoi Continues Aggression
' WASHINGTON (UPI) The White House said
Wednesday there has been no discussion at the
policy-making level of the U.S. government
about support for a possible South Vietnamese
invasion of North Vietnam.
President Nixon doubtless will be asked about
President Nguyen Van Thieus latest invasion
threat, broadcast Wednesday in Saigon, when he
holds a news conference at the White House
today, starting at 9 pjn. EST.
THE HALF-HOUR SESSION with newsmen,
his first since Feb. 17, will be carried live on
radio and television. The White House said Nixon
wanted to limit the questioning to foreign policy.
Press Secretary Ronald Ziegler had no direct
comment on Thieus statement warning the
Communists not to put us in a situation which.
forces us to attack them right in their own
territory.
Ziegler said, however, that theres been no
policy discussion within this government on that
matter. The State Department refused all
comment on Tfcieus reamrks.
ZIEGLER SAID THE United States quite
obviously is in close touch and consultation with
the government in Saigon and was aware of
Thieus statement.
At his Feb. 17 meeting with reporters, Nixon
refused to rule out U.S. support for a South
Vietnamese invasion of North Vietnam, which
Thieu said Wednesday would be in his country's
legitimate self-defense against Communist
aggression in the south.
I wont speculate on what South Vietnam
may decide to do with regard to a possible
incursion into North Vietnam in order to defend
their national security, Nixon said at that time.
Nixon also said there were no limitations on use
of U.S. -air power in Indochina, except that
nuclear weapons would not be used.

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South Vietnams Laos offensive.
North Vietnams
determination to cripple the
24-day-old allied campaign
against the Ho Chi Minh Trail
was underscored by a report that
Communist crews based in
North Vietnam for the First time
in the war fired Soviet-built

Nixon To Discuss Invasion
Throat At Nows Confforonco
SAIGON (UPI) President Nguyen Van Thieu
warned Wednesday night that South Vietnam
would be forced to attack North Vietnamese
forces in their own territory if Hanoi did not
stop its aggression and withdraw its troops in
South Vietnam.
In his strongest statement to date on the
possibility that South Vietnamese units might
cross into North Vietnam, Thieu hinted that
South Vietnams allies, presumably including the
United States, would assist in any such thrust.
U.S. AIRPOWER HAS been used to help
South Vietnamese forces in their campaigns in
both Cambodia and Laos.
It was believed that Thieu had informed UJS.
Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker and Gen.
Creighton W. Abrams, commander of U.S. forces
in Vietnam, before he issued his special
statement Wednesday night.
The statement was broadcast throughout
Vietnam, underscoring its importance.
THIEU WAS QUOTED by the official
Vietnam Press Agency last week as saying that a
South Vietnamese drive into North Vietnam was
only a matter of time.
Dr. Henry Kissinger, President Nixons
national security adviser, in a comment on that
statement said a campaign in North Vietnam was
not the dominant probability at the moment
but the White House has declined to rule out
such a move in the future.
IN HIS STATEMENT Wednesday Thieu said
the possibility of South Vietnam attacking North
Vietnam was based on legitimate self defense.
If the Communist North Vietnamese would
soon awaken to the reality, and not put us in a
situation which forces us to attack them right in
their own territory.

missiles at t\yct American
airplanes flying over South
Vietnam.
A third plane was made the
target of a missile over Laos.
None of the 37-foot radar
controlled flying telephone
poles made contact, U.S.
headquarters reported. President
Nixon has made it clear U.S.
planes were free to retaliate
against such attacks on
American planes and there have
been 76 bombing strikes on
North Vietnamese missile bases
this year.
U.S. headquarters in Saigon
said the aircraft losses in Laos
Wednesday brought to 45 the
number of airplanes and
helicopters shot down since the
South Vietnamese army crossed
into Laos on Feb. 8 in a move to
cut the Ho Chi Minh Trail

Hanois lifeline to troops in
South Vietnam and Cambodia.
A communique said the
helicopters lost Wednesday were
all U.S. Army UHI Hueys which
were supporting the South
Vietnamese push. It said one
American was killed, seven were
wounded and that eight were
missing.
Overall U.S. losses in the Laos
aircraft downings were placed at
41 men killed, 42 wounded and
26 missing. Senior officers
described the North Vietnamese
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Gator Swimmers Look For Rough Time

By MARK ROSNER
Alligator Sports Writer
There was a time when the
UF swim team won the SEC
championships by merely
showing up at the meet. All of
the other teams seemed to roll
over and play dead.
The Gators, the defending
SEC champs, have won 21 out
of the last 29 conference meets,
dating back to 1937. UF held
the conference title 13
consecutive years from 1956 to
1968.
TIMES HAVE changed,
however, and the Gators have
their work cut out for them this
weekend in the 30th annual SEC
swimming championships which
start today in Tuscaloosa.
We know were going to have
a lot of competition especially
from Alabama and Tennessee,
coach Bill Harlan said.
The Gator swimmers finished
their dual meet season with a
record of 10-1, losing only to
Tennessee. In their last outing,
the Gators captured the
Sigma Nu
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Pi Lambda Phi edged Sigma
Chi 3-2 in the second round of
Orange League handball action
Wednesday. The match was
determined in the No. 2 singles
match between Funderburke of
Sigrra Chi and Sostheim of Pi
Lam. Funderburke won the first
game 21-19 but Sostheim came
back to win the last two, 21-7,
21-7.
In the big news of the day,
Sigma Nu protested a match
with the Pikes and the protest
was granted. The game was
forfeited to the Nus and they
were able to keep pace with the
Sigma Chis.
THE NUS went on to beat the
Delta Chis in the quarterfinals to
pick up points on the Sigs. They
now trail the Sigs by only 47
points.
In other matches, Phi Delt,
the league favorite now that the
Pikes have been removed,
stomped the AEPis 5-0. John
Shea and Henry Lee continued
to lead the Phi Delts.
The TEPs pounded the Betas
4-1. Allen Gruber and Mike
Gordon set the pace as the TEPs
move toward an expected finals
position.

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In last years meet, every
existing SEC swimming record
was broken. The men who broke
them are all eligible for this
years competition.
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records to be broken this year
because the caliber of swimming
in the SEC hasnt improved that
much, Harlan said.
THE GATORS* hopes rest in
the arms and legs of Pete
Orschiedt in the 500-yard and
1,650-yard freestyles, Steve
McDonnell in the 100-yard
butterfly, Jimmy Perkins in the
200-yard breastroke, Mark
McKee in the 400-yard
individual medley, Gary
Chelosky in the breastroke

events, Bill Dorney in the
backstroke and Bruce Williams
in the freestyle events.
In this years meet a computer
will be used in timing and
judging the events. The
computer is an electronic solid
state piece of equipment that
will compute the official time
and place for each event to
one-thousandth of a second, far
beyond human accuracy,
according to Alabama swimming
coach John Foster who is
director of the meet.
I think this system will be
much more accurate than in the
past. The timer starts
automatically as the gun goes
off, Harlan said.
This meet will also be a

Thursday, March 4,1971, Tha Florida AMiptor,

STEVE McOONELL
... 100-yard butterfly
tuneup for the NCAA
championships on March 25-27
at lowa State University.

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UF Meets Lakeland In Opener

By SIM SMITH
Alligator Corrwpondent
The Gator baseball team
opens its 1971 season today
when they meet the Florida
Southern Moccasins in Lakeland.
The Gators will then travel to
Miami for games with the
University of Miami Hurricanes
Friday and Saturday.
This will be the first time that
the Gators have faced Florida
Southern in several years.
Florida Southern should be
pretty tough competition,
coach Dave Fuller said.
THE MOCCASINS reached
the college division playoffs the
last two seasons and were in the
finals two years ago.
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Miami and Florida split its
four games last year, each
winning a pair on home ground.
Our pitchers will throw three
innings and no more in these
first few games, Fuller said. His
strategy in the past has been to
have the pitchers reach their
peaks of readiness when SEC
games get underway.
THE STARTING Florida
lineup will depend on whether
the opposing pitcher is right or

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left handed.
Will Harman will catch, Tony
Dobies will be in right field,
Rick Scarborough will be at
third and Ray Hull will hold
down shortstop regardless of the
opposing pitchers.
Fuller will platoon John Flad
and Mark Hedgecock at second,
Mike Gibson and Nick DeVirgilis
in left field, Howard Finkelstein
and Bob Carpenter in center,
and Steve Lewis and Larry
Kieszek at first.

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UF's Heidema Carries 2 Trademarks

By CHUCK KELLER
Alligator Sporti Editor
Ray Heidema has two
trademarks as a freshman UF
tennis player.
The first is winning. As the
No. 1 singles player, he is
undefeated in three regular
season dual meets and has been
involved in only one doubles loss
so far.
heidema EARNED 1-1
records in both singles and
doubles in last weeks Cape
Coral Tournament to add to his
regular seasons performance.
The second trademark is his
orange headband, which he
always wears in practice and
actual competition.
Its an orange and leather
headband that my sister bought
for me for Christmas, Heidema
said. She got it from an
Orlando head shop.
HEIDEMA SAID he started
the headband habit a year and a
half ago.
It keeps hair and <
perspiration out of my eyes, he
said.
Ray has really done well as a
freshman, UF tennis coach Bill
Potter said. He has a lot of
poise. I think he will be a real
outstanding college player.
HEIDEMA BEGAN his tennis
career when he was 13 years old.
I had just finished little league
baseball season and heard about
a tennis clinic, Heidema said.
It was free and near my house
so I went.
After helping the Pensacola
High tennis team to 9-1 and 12-0
records in his junior and senior
years, Heidema was offered
approximately 20 scholarships.
His No. 3 state ranking in
boys 18-under was obviously
appealing.
I NARROWED it down to
Florida because of its academic
opportunities, he said.
My sister (who bought the
headband) also influenced my
decision because she is a Florida
graduate, and said I would like it
here.
Heidema is part of the
four-freshman nucleus that
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t. The Florida Alligator, Thursday, March 4, 1971

UFS MILLER HONORABLE MENTION ALL-SOPH
Neumann Unanimous ALL-SEC Pick

Special to the Alligator
Nashville, Tenn. To no
ones surprise, Ole Miss* Johnny
Neumann was named to the
Southeastern Conferences first
team and also as sophomore of
the year in the SEC, Vanderbilts
college paper The Hustler
announced Wednesday.
Neumann, averaging over 42
points per game this season, was
the only unanimous pick on the
papers second annual selections.
ROUNDING OUT the first
team as John Mengelt, Auburns
top shooter with a 28.1 scoring
average, and the only repeater
on this years team; Mike Casey
of Kentucky, Jimmy England
from Tennessee, and A1 Sanders,
LSLTs leading rebounder.
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JOHNNY NEUMANN
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Florida failed to place anyone
on the team. Tony Miller,
however, did receive an
honorable mention to the
all-SEC sophomore of the year
team. Other Gators receiving
votes were Earl Findley, and
Tom Purvis to the all-SEC team
and Gary Waddell for
sophomore honors.
Kentuckys Tom Payne was a
near unanimous pick on the
second team, getting mentioned
by eight of the nine campus
sports editors.
OTHER PLAYERS rounding
out the second team was Thorpe
Weber of Vanderbilt, Bill
Newton of LSU, Jack Bouldin of
Mississippi State and Donnie
Johnson of Tennessee.
Os the conferences 10 leading
scorers, only LSU*s Nelson Isley
wasnt awarded with a berth on
one of the first two teams. Isley
was named to the third team
along with Kentuckys Larry

Steele, Georgias Ronnie Hogue,
Auburns Jim Retseck and
Alabamas Alan House.
Along with Neumann on the
sophomore first team are Payne
of Kentucky, Mike Edwards of
Tennessee, Retseck and Hogue.
HONORABLE MENTION for
the sophomore team went to
Gino Gianfrancesco of Georgia
and Jim Andrews of Kentucky
along with the Gators Miller.
In the coach of the year
selections, Kentuckys Adolph
Rupp outreached Roy Skinner
from Vanderbilt by eight points
to capture the award. Skinner,
though, was mentioned on eight
of the nine ballots, while Rupp
was passed over by three of file
editors. Nonetheless, the Baron
had more first place votes (four)
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than did Skinner, who didnt
receive one.
Finishing third in the coach of
the year award was Mississippi
States Kermit Davis with 15
points, coming on three first
place picks on the five-three-one
scoring set up.
The Hustler began this
selecting of Southeastern
Conference teams in the fall of
1969 when the first entry, the
1969 All-SEC football team was
chosen. Since then, the Hustler
has elected another football
team, this past fall, and one
basketball team, last March.
According to Don Hemke,
Hustler executive sports editor,
this voting is the only kind
(student elected) in the nation

that selects an all-conference
athletic team.
The Voting
(All-Conference voting, five points
for a first team vote, three for a
second team vote, one for a third
team vote)
Johnny Neumann (Ole Miss)
9-0-0-45, John Mengelt (Auburn)
8-1-0--43, Jimmy England
(Tennessee) 8-1-0-43, Ai Sanders
(LSU) 8-0-1-41, Mike Casey
(Kentucky) 4-5-0-35, Thorpe Weber
(Vandy) 2-3-322, Tom Payne
(Kentucky) 2-3-221, Dennie
Johnson (Tennessee) 0-4-3-15, Tom
Parker (Kentucky) 1-4-1-18, Alan
House (Bama) 0-3-3-12, Henry
Harris (Auburn) 0-2-0-6, Ronnie
Hogue (Georgia) 0-2-2-8, Larry
Steele (Kentucky) 1-1-2-10, Wendell
Hudson (Bama) 0-1-1-1, Jimmy
Hollen (Bama) 0-0-4-4, Jack Bouldin
(Miss. State) 1-4-3-20, Jim Andrews
(Kentucky) 0-2-2, Tony Miller
0-2-2-2, Rudy Thacker (Vandy)
0-0-2-2, Mike Edwards (Tennessee)
0-1-3-6, Al Leaphart (Auburn)
0-1-0-3, Bobby Lynch (Bama)
0-0-22, Tom Purvis (Florida)
0-0-1--1, Kent Hollenbeck
(Kentucky) 0-0-1-1, Red Freeman
(Vandy) 0-1-1-4, Jim Retseck
(Auburn) 0-2-2-8, Alan Rhodes (Ole
Miss) 0-1-0-3, Earl Findley (Florida)
0-0-22, Nelson Isley (LSU)
0-3-1-10, Bill Newton (LSU)
1-3-1-15.
(All-Sophomore Voting, one point
for first team selection)
Tom Payne (Kentucky) 8, Jim
Retseck (Auburn) 6, Ronnie Hogue
(Georgia) 5, Mike Edwards
(Tennessee) 5, Jim Andrews
(Kentucky) 2, Wendel Hudson
(Bama) 1, Johnny Neumann (Ole
Miss) 9, Gino Gianfranceso (Georgia)
2, Tony Miller (Florida) 3, Gary
Waddell (Florida) 1, Alan Rhodes
(Ole Miss) 1, Red Freeman (Vandy)
1.