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Vol 63, No. 100

Minimum Class Hours Bill Opposed

By RANDY BELLOWS
ARigator Staff Writer
A pie-filed legislative bill
requiring state university
professors to teach at least 12
one-hour classes each week, has
met with stiff opposition from
the state's university educators
and concerned administrative
officials.
The bill, co-authored by
Senate President Jerry Thomas
(D-Palm Beach) and Senator
Robert Haverfield (D-Dade), was
challenged at Haverfield's
Universities and Community
Colleges Committee by Board of
Regent's Chancellor Robert B.

Proposed Bill Prohibits
Suspension Os Class

(See editorial page 8)
By RANDY BELLOWS
Alligator Staff Writer
Most university presidents
are weak-kneed individuals who
will kowtow to the demands of
vocal minorities,** State
Representative Dennis
COMEDIAN BILL Cosby
highlights Spring Frolics
with the Nitty Gritty
Dirt Band page 3
Classifieds 14
Editorials 8
Letters .9
Movies 15
Sports 18

By JANGOOOWN
Alligator Staff Writer
UF graduate assistant Samuel
Walsh Taylor was released on
SSOO bond from the Alachua
County Jail Monday afternoon
following his arrest by
Gainesville police Sunday night
He v arrested on two

UF Graduate Assistant Arrested

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

EDUCATORS OBJECT TO REQUIREMENTS

Mautz, a former UF vice
president.
MAUTZ ARGUED that
research and "other tasks" are
essential parts of a professor's
job. The obligation to create or
discover knowledge through
research is one of the
characteristics which
distinguishes a university from
other educational insitutions."
The bill's authors have
claimed professors spend too
much time in research,
consultation and writing and not
enough in the classroom.
Dr. Alex G. Smith, a physics
professor at the UF, told the
colleges committee, the bill
would also be detrimental to

McDonald (R-St. Petersburg)
said Tuesday.
McDonald spoke in support of
his pre-filed legislative bill to
prohibit any president, dean,
director, department head or
staff member of a state
institution from suspending or
dismissing a class due to riots,
protests or other disrupting
demands.*
McDONALD CITED protests
and student strikes following
the killing of four Kent State
students last May as one
example where this bill would
take effect
UF President Stephen C.
OConnell dismissed classed on
the Friday following the student
deaths for a Day of Mourning.**
The basic purpose of the bill
is to see that vocal minority
groups cant dose a university to
suit their own purpose,
McDonald said.
THE BILL WOULD only

counts of breaking and entering,
according to the Gainesville
Police Department (GPD).
POLICE CHARGED the
22-year-old Taylor with breaking
into Able Supply and Duval
Elementary School, both on
N.E. Bth Ave. Sunday evening.
They said he was seen running
away from die area.

graduate assistants filling in for
professors.
THOSE WHO URGE the
elimination of research in favor
of teaching are, peihaps
unwittingly, advocating the
elimination of graduate and
professional work in our
universities," Smith said.
He also called research an
absolutely essential part of
the teaching program.
One dean, Dr. John Lunstrum
of Florida State University
(FSU), supported his contention
in favor adequate research time
by quoting average work week
statistics of FSU professors. He
said an FSU study showed
professors work 50-60 hours a

allow the suspension of classes
after prior approval by the
Board of Regents.
Any staff member that
dismissed a class improperly
would be subject to
appropriate penalties after
investigation by the Board of
Regents.
The bill further stated that
any member of the board who
himself approved the suspension
of classes improperly shall be
suspended from office by the
governor.
WEVE SOFTENED that up
though, McDonald said, and
given the board discretion in the
matter. McDonald said he plans
to eliminate the clause before
the bill comes to a vote.
McDonald said even if the
president felt a class schedule
needed to be suspended to
protect students lives he would
first have to receive permission
from the Board of Regents.

Taylor denied his guilt. He
could not be reached for
comment Tuesday, but Dr.
Manning J. Dauer, chairman of
the UF political science
department in which Taylor
teachers, said Taylor told him he
had been interviewing for a
project he was working on for
his masters thesis and was

week of which 9 to 12 are spent
in the classroom.
LUNSTRUM SAID a survey
of all California state institutions
showed faculties averaging 60.4
hours a week with 6 to 9 hours
spent teaching.
Mautz concluded, The less a
faculty of a university is called
upon to create knowledge, the

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returning home when arrested.
According to Capt Bill Crews,
of the GFD, Taylors case has
been turned over to the state
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ATTORNEYS RICHARD T.
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representing Taylor, would not
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more like a high school that
university becomes.
Thomas and Haverfield have
also prefiled a bill to require
state junior college instructors to
teach at least 15 one hour classes
a week. According to a St.
Petersburg Junior College
professor, most college teachers
already have 15 or more classes
and it would be undesirable to
set up a rigid rule

case. Jones said, I doubt that a
statement at this time, is
appropriate.**
The former Black Student
Union president has a National
Defense Education Act
fellowship, which Dauer called
u a prestigious award.**
(SEE ARREST PAGE 6)



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Mrs. Williams Rehired After Protest

By BRUCE KUEHN
Alligator Staff Writer
A 60 day probationary period
for Claudia Mae Williams, whose
dismissal raised a protest by her
co-workers, was granted by the
UF Division of Housing.

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A review of Mrs. Williams
dismissal was held by the UF
Personnel Office and Housing
management March 9.
ACCORDING TO a letter
released by Assistant Building
Superintendent, Dan Rousseau,
to housing employes from Hume

and Graham areas, Mrs. Williams
work did not fully measure up
to standards and this was
brought to her attention by her
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As a result, the letter states, a
60 day probationary period is
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with Director of Personnel.
Robert Button.
Mrs. Williams was originally
told March 4 not to report to
work after March 12. She was
dismissed because of complaints
bv students about her work.
However, Mrs. Williams said
she had never been told of any
complaints and her co-workers
supported her in this.



Bill Cosby
To Appear
At Frolics

The show is not just
something slapped together,
it was Cosbys choice to
work with the Nitty Gritty.
I don *t think a show of this
magnitude has been here in
a long time. Colleges just
can't attract big names like
this.
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Alligator Writer
Bill Cosby, a top comedian in the entertainment field, will make a
special appearance as host of the 1971 Florida Spring Frolics,
accompanied by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
According to Miles Wilkin, the Intrafratemity Council (IFC)
producer who billed the engagement, Cosby will host the event April
17 at Florida Field as part of his college tour.
WILLKIN SAID Cosby recently performed on the Johnny Carson
Show where he explained his aspirations to return to teaching. The
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, a group rated at the top of the charts, later
performed for Carsons show another night, followed by a joint
appearance with Cosby and the Nitty Gritty at Carnegie Hall.
This is the only place Cosby will be appearing in north central
Florida. There will be a show at FSU April 18, Wilkin said.
The show is not just something slapped together, it was Cosbys
choice to work with the Nitty Gritty. I dont think a show of this
magnitude has been here in a long time. Colleges just cant attract big
names like this, he said.
WE WERE VERY pleasantly surprised to find that Cosby
accepted and very pleased to have him here for Spring Frolics.
Wilkin explained the IFC wants students to know about the show
before they leave for the quarter break. People dont really believe
its going to happen, but it is and its really going to mean something.
Tickets will go on sale at the beginning of the Spring Quarter. In
the event of rain the show will be re-scheduled for April 19.
If Cosbys intentions to leave show business and return to teaching
are real, (and his NBC television show has been cancelled for next
season) this may be among his last big public engagements.

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1. The Florida Alligator, Wednesday', iVTat'dh' TCf, 1971

Council To Consider Applications

By MARIANNE MACINA
Alligator Staff Writer
Applications for membership
on a Press Council are being
considered for spring quarter
according to Alligator Managing
Editor, Phyllis Gallub.
Anyone interested in the
Alligator, Miss Gallub said, or
any kind of publications is
eligible for membership. No
previous publication experience
is required.
MISS GALLUB said that in an
effort to improve
communications between

WHAT'S HAPPENING

CHRISTIAN RENEWAL: Med student Pete
LeMaster will speak at the Christian Student
Renewal tonight at 9:30 in room 357 of the Union.
Everyone is invited. Come ready to sing.
WHATS YOUR BHAGAVAD? The Vedic Study
Club will hold a discussion on Bhagavad Gita
tonight at 8 p.m. in the Catholic Student Center
Library.
FROM THE UNDERGROUND: Florida
Spcleoglogical Society is holding a meeting and slide
show tonight at 7 p.m. in Room 347 JWRU.
GAY LIB WORKSHOP: The Gainesville Gay
Liberation Front will hold a workshop tonight at
7:30 p.m. in the Episcopal Student Center. All
persons gay and otherwise are invited.
GROUPIES: The Mickey Mouse Club grows up
and rapes the American Dream, tonight and
tomorrow night at 5:30, 8:00, 10:30 p.m. in the
Union Auditorium. Admission is sl.
LOVE FEAST: The Krishna House serves free
vegetarian food three times daily at 1915 NW 2nd
A vc.
DEMOCRATS ELECT: The Young Democrats
will meet Thursday night at 7:30 in Room 346
JWRU. All members are urged to attend and bring
their dues.

Florida Cicerones Select
Twenty Eight New Members

Florida Cicerones, a group of
co-eds who serve to guide
visitors on campus and at
campus events, has just selected
28 new hostesses.
Among the new members who
will be seen around campus in
Bright orange sashes and spirit
hats are Peggy Anderson, Kathy
Blair, Debbie Cohen, Vicki
Cook, Daphne Cumberland, and

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students, staff and the Florida
Alligator, the editors organized
the Council in the fall of 1970.
With the Council, Miss
Gallub commented, we try to
improve the paper and acquaint
others with the workings of the
Alligator.
According to Miss Gallub, the
Council is interested in people
who are willing to spend a great
deal of time reading the
Alligator and learning about
newspapers. We are looking for
a cross section of the student
body for Council members.
MISS GALLUB explained
that the Council was set up to
include nine students, three

Evelyn Dahlberg.
ALSO SELECTED were Jody
Desler, Elizabeth Driggers,
Wendy Fraden, Marcia Graf,
Martha Haire, Jane Hutchinson,
Barbara Johnson, Barbara
Larson, and Terry Monoghan.
In addition, Judy Mucci, Tina
Mullen, Leslie ONeill, Ann
Pierson, Rhoda Puleo, Sue
Sauer, Debbie Snead, Karen

POETRY READING: Frank Taylor of the
Humanities Department will read his own poetry
Thursday night in the Union Lounges at 7:30 p.m.
COMPLAINTS: Members of the Union Board of
Managers will be in the Arts and Crafts Center,
Thursday at 8 p.m. to hear any comments
concerning the operation of the center.
FINAL AID: Dr. Lewis Haines will be in Room
273 Weil Thursday night at 7 to help students in
Humanities.
GAY RAP-IN: The Gainesville Gay Liberation
Front will hold a rap-in on the Plaza of the
Americas tomorrow from 3-5 p.irh
A HAPPENING: Pat Rowans Design Class will
hold its fifth Hyper-Annual Occasional Tournament
tomorrow in the Plaza at 9:46 a.m. It is the final
project of the class.
V.0.T.E.: All students interested in working in
the Spring student government elections are invited
to call 392-1665 and leave their names and phone
numbers for Bill Watson.
STUDY ROOMS: Rooms 109, 125, 127 Little
Hall and rooms 227, 229, 230 Mechanical
Engineering Building will be available to students
from 9 p.m. to 8 a.m. March 13-19 for studying.

faculty or staff members, the
editor, managing editor and as
many other people from student
publications as the editor feels
are necessary.
According to Alligator Editor,
Sam Pepper, the Press Council
has been very successful in
bringing new ideas to the paper.
We listened to the new ideas
from the council, tried them and
liked them.
Everyone talks about reality
nowadays, Pepper commented,
The Press Council helps the
Alligator keep in touch with
reality.
Pepper stated that because of

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Sterner, Bliss Thompson, Jan
Unwin, Gloria Vilaret, Laurene
Weisberg and Linda W'illiams
were selected.
The Cicerones motto is A
guide thought of as. having the
knowledge and eloquence of
Cicero.
A reception is planned for the
co-eds April 6 at 7:30 p.m. in
Lounge 123 of Reitz Union.

its success, the Council will be
continued.
Anyone interested in working
on the Council may call or apply
in person at the Alligator office
which is located on the third
floor of the Reitz Union.

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Taylor is currently a graduate
assistant in the political science,
department, teaching a minority
politics course with Assistant
Professor James Morrison.
HE IS CONTINUING his
teaching. He has not been
releaved at all, Dauer said. Its
our's and university policy that
you dont consider suspension of
a person on the basis of charges.
I was completely startled,
Dauer said when he heard of the
arrest. I consider it completely
Roman Catholic
Named Prosecutor
In Berrigan Case
WASHINGTON (UPI)
William S. Lynch, an
experienced trial lawyer and a
Roman Catholic will be the chief
prosecutor in the governments
case against the Rev. Philip
Berrigan and five others on
charges they conspired to bomb
government buildings and
kidnap a key White House aide.
As head of the federal
attorneys, Lynch will be facing
his former boss, Ramsey Clark,
in what could be the most
politically controversial trials
since Clark authorized the
prosecution of Dr. Benjamin
Spock on anti draft conspiracy
charges.
Lynch, 44, a wiry red-head,
was taken from his key post as
chief of the organized crime
section of the Justice
Department to become deputy
assistant attorney general in the
Internal Security Division to
take charge of the Berrigan
prosecution.
The advantages of having a
Roman Catholid chief
prosecutor are obvious,
particularly in light of criticism
from some Catholics that the
indictment of Berrigan, two
other priests, a former priest, a
nun and a Pakistani national
amounted to persecution.
A federal grand jury in
Harrisbuig, Pa., indicted them
Jan. 12 of conspiring to blow up
the heating systems of federal
buildings in Washington on
George Washingtons birthday
and then to kidnap Henry
Kissinger, President Nixons
national security advisor, the
next day as part of a bizarre anti
war protest.
POETRY
Frank Taylor who teaches
in the Humanities
Department will read his own
poetry in the Union lounges
at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday,
March 11.
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out of character that anything
could have transpired such as
what he was charged with.
We consider him to be an
outstanding teacher and a
responsible individual, Dauer
said.
IN THE MEANTIME, the
Human Relations Advisory
Board, a group established in
1968 to advise the city
commission about human
relations problems in the city,
has appointed a two-person
committee to investigate the
arrest.
The intention of the board,
Jim Sykes, acting chairman, said,
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is to see whether a person who
is suspected of a crime has been
given a chance to present his side
of the case before arrest.
In this case, or any case, we
are concerned that the police are
not concerned with the
ramifications of an arrest, and
that the arrest is part of the
persons record for the rest of
his life.
In Sams case, he added, we
think the police did not
investigate thoroughly before his
arrest.
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married and the father of two
children.
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Lake Alice Traffic Circle Considered

By ROBERT ROTHMAN
Alligator Staff Writer
A proposed highway which
would form a traffic circle
around Lake Alice is now being
considered by the Department
of Transportation.
According to Worth Crow, a
consultant in the physical
planning office, a favorable
reaction to the road is expected
from the Department of
Transportation within a few
weeks.
THE PROPOSED road will
have three entrances to the circle
around Lake Alice. Each of
these entrances will be a
two-way, two lanes approach.
There will be one entrance from
34th Street, another from
Newberry Road and the third
will be from Archer Road.
There is a possibility that the
Archer Road approach will be
extended to connect with
another proposed road, the S.W.
16th Street extension.
This extension would run
behind the Veterans Hospital
after breaking off Archer Road,
and continue to the proposed
Bivens Garden Shopping Center.
ACCORDING TO Crow, the
basic problems being considered
by the planning office revolve
around the section of the traffic
circle around Lake Alice that
must be carefully woven through
many obstacles.
The first of these obstacles is
the parking lot on North-South
drive. There is the possibility of
the road running through this
parking lot.
However, if the road is moved
to avoid the lot it would run
through wooded areas which
serve as breeding areas for birds.
ALSO TO BE considered is
the possibility of the road
Correction
Gene Thursby, assistant
religion professor, is not
teaching a course in Vedic
literature, as was previously
reported.
The class is held at the
Catholic Student Center Monday
and Wednesday nights at 7 p.m.

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running through the handball
courts just southeast of Hume
Hall.
The proposed S.W. 16th
Street extension would serve to
allow traffic to get out to the
shopping center in Bivens
Garden, while avoidin'!
congestion on highway 441.
It would also allow traffic
going from the southwest
section of campus to the
northeast section without hitting
the traffic lights on 441.
CROW ALSO said there are
plans for parking lots to
intercept traffic before it gets to
the main section of campus,
centering around Century'
Tower.
One such parking lot will be
placed just east of the Veterans
Hospital. People heading for
campus may park their cars in
that lot and then be picked up
by a shuttle bus which would
take them to the central part of
the campus.
The building of the shopping
center in Bivens Garden is
dependent on the outcome of
the S.W. 16th Street extension.
This is due to a city ordinance,
No. 1678.
THIS ORDINANCE allows
buildings in shopping centers to
be built over 35 feet tall, with
the approval of the Gainesville
Plan Board. Prior to Aug. 3,

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taller than 35 feet.
The ordinance then went on
to recommend three criteria for
making the judgment of whether
buildings over 35 feet will be
allowed.
The most important of these
criteria expresses a desire to set
back buildings over 100 feet
from abutting residential
property plus one foot for each
foot of building height over 35
feet, or set back 25 feet from
abutting property not zoned
residential plus one foot for each
foot of building height over 35
feet.
WHAT THIS means,
according to Dr. Glenna Carr,
assistant professor of education,
is that if a public road runs
through the shopping center, the
buildings in that center will only
have to be set back 25 feet from
that road. If the road is not
built, the buildings in the center
will have to be set 100 feet away
from the residential area next to
Bivens Garden.
However, the complication is
that there is another public
ordinance which forbids public
streets to run through shopping
centers. As such, the owner of
the property where the shopping
center would be built has

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proposed that this ordinance be
changed.
This ordinance change will go
before tire Plan Board in their
meeting on March 18. Carr also
said if the change in the
ordinance passes the Plan Board
on the 18th, the City
Commission should not vote on
them (until) the City

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However, Carr warns by that
time there will be a new member
of the commission who might
not go along with what has been
done so far. Therefore, there will
be an attempt to get the
ordinance change before the
commission before the change in
membership.



Technical Writing Lab
Enters Final Session

A special three-day course
called Writing Technical
Communications taught by MX).
Morris, professional writer and
editor, is in its final day.
The workshop to improve the
writing skills of engineers,
contractors, managers, and
scientists, is co-sponsored by the
Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station and the
Florida Engineering Society.
MORRIS HAS had more than
380 of his writings published in
seven countries. He is consulting
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white, middle-class public high
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That profile comes from the
Southern Regional Education
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recently-published study by the
American Council on Education.
THE SREB noted that 44 per
cent of Southern freshmen come
from families where the father is
either in business or a
profession.
On the other hand, the board
said, 31 per cent of entering
students have fathers that are
either skilled workers,
semi-skilled, unskilled or are
farmers.
Forty percent of black
freshmen said they come from
lower-income or working
neighborhoods, while only 20
per cent of the total number of
freshmen, black and white, were
from such a background.
SREB President Winfred L.
Godwin said the study reveals
college attendance is no longer
restricted to students in the
upper rank of high school
achievement and the upper
income brackets.

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S 2 et thee glass eyes;
m.And, like a scurvy politician, seem
K\f To see things thou dost not.
- Shakespeare's King Lear
EDITORIAL
Class Dismissed?
In the running game between state legislators and the
Board of Regents for most consistent harassment tactics
used against Floridas universities, v/c must concede another
point to the legislators.
State Representative Dennis McDonald (R-St. Pete)
recently prefiled a bill that prohibits any university
president, dean, director, department head or staff member
* from suspending (or dismissing) class in the event of riots,
protests, or other disrupting demands.
The bill makes the point that punishment for such action
will result in the responsible partys immediate suspension
without pay.
According to McDonald, suspension or dismissal of
classes must have the prior approval of the regents.
Following the deaths of four students at Kent State
University last spring, several thousand UF students
occupied Walker Auditorium to convince the administration
to cancel classes in recognition of a day of mourning.
Peaceful marchers and speakers participated.
For the most part, we are convinced, this campus acted
responsibly in making known its feelings on an event that
deserved careful reflection.
While Mr. McDonald might consider the suspension of
classes at that time unwarranted we remind him that he was
not present on the campus during the ensuing days of the
Kent State deaths.
A university president, hopefully, has the good sense and
rationality to know when to make such a decision. For
arguments sake, the president should be in a more informed
position to make the decision than a legislator who seems to
have made an issue that may produce votes.
We note (at least) one great misconception in Mr.
McDonalds narrow thinking.
The actual holding of class is not of the greatest
educational significance to the student or teacher. The
application of knowledge to real situations and events is
perhaps a much better gauge.
Cancelling class, such as during the Kent State mourning,
affords more opportunity for human development than an
attendance point.
We will refrain from predicting the outcome of Mr.
McDonalds bill, for in this age of legislative surprises and
blatant attempts at repression, almost anything can happen.
We do take the opportunity, however, to invite Mr.
McDonald to next falls homecoming festivities, during
which classes are suspended for an entire day for the
purpose of marching, speeches, and other disrupting
demands.
But we doubt that that suspension of classes will disturb
him.
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The future is not a
gift: it is an achievement

In America its called the U.S. Army"
i i FLUTED COLUMNS i=y
The Right Blight
1 I By JOHN PARKER=L===d

For 200 years in this country
a minority group has been
repressed, ignored, and
brutalized.
Today, thank goodness, there
are signs that this trend is on the
wane.
Yes, Im talking about that
those who inhabit the
intellectual ghettos of this
nation: the right-wingers.
Oh, they had their moments.
After they made the country
aware of the shameful prejudices
directed toward them, they were
appointed to a few committees
and high offices. But such
tokenism has little effect on the
direction of the nation.
A FEW people have even
emulated their dress,
mannerisms, their catchy
lingo as, say, President Nixon
has. But as soon as he was firmly
entrenched in office he began
showing his true liberal colors.
Deficit spending, draft reform,
medicaid; these are not the
objectives he verbalized when he
was in the intellectual ghettos
scaring up the right vote.
But despite such efforts by
the liberal establishment to
weaken the right-wing
movement with token gestures,
great strides are being made.
NEVER HAS opportunity

Alligator Staff
Marian Jadrusiak John p ar ks
Assignment Editor Editorial Assistant
Stave Strang Carl Crawford
Wire Editor Feature Editor
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Editorial Office phones: 392-1686, 87, 88 or 89.
Opinions expressed in the Florida Alligator are those of the editors or
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Sam Pepper
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Jeff Klinkenberg
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been greater for the right-wing
journalist, for instance, than the
present. Newspapers are crying
for people who understand the
right-wing mentality and
problems. Who will venture into
the right-wing intellectual ghetto
to get the news?
Colleges and universities are
now actively recruiting the
right-wing minorities. It is
considered a mark of distinction
to have right-wing activists on
campus with their white power
buttons and their Love It Or
Leave It stickers and their
humorous opinions.
OF COURSE, here at UF, we
are behind the rest of the nation
in right recruitment. This is
quite evident as we read nothing
but pinko-commie
get-out-of-the-war propaganda

Phyllis Gallub
Managing Editor

Ken McKinnon
News Editor

Student Publications
Business Staff
To reach Advertising, Business and
Promotion Offices. Call: 392-1681.
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call: 392-1609

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on the Alligators editorial pages.
Os all the writers on the
paper, only two flamers, Bruce
Alper and Bobby Williams have
consistently enlightened readers
with their powerful afterburners.
BUT THIS is not enough.
Rights have beenslighted for far
too long to be satisfied with the
few crumbs we have thrown
them so far. Reform is still
needed.
Here are some ideas:
Project CLEM (Committee
to Look for Enlightened war
Mongers): A program set up to
recruit rights from colleges and
give them a summer prep course
to enable them to survive in UF
law school.
A RIGHTS Student Union.
To give the Rights on campus a
feeling of unity and to help
them adjust to liberal repression.
Symbols of Right Power.
Rights throughout the country
should take pride in their
Rightness and show it by
outward signs: walking only on
the right leg, wiggling the right
ear as a greeting to another
Right brother, chewing with the
right side of the mouth, bathing
only the right half of the body,
etc. etc.
And liberals can help too.
Take a right-winger to lunch.



Dem Dam Dems

By DAVID MILLER
Those of us who consider
ourselves political liberals
generally regard the Democratic
Party as a sort of savior, to be
greatly preferred to the GOP.
Actually, the members of both
parties are about equally bad,
and the two parties form a
country club in which each
scratches the others back and
rolls the others log..
It is said that members ofthe
medical profession have an
unwritten agreement to refrain
from criticizing other doctors
and exposing the dishonesty and
incompetence of other doctors.
The same agreement exists in the
world of politics. Senators X and
Y may have mistresses and
contacts with the Mafia, but
Senator Z cant expose them
because HE has a mistress, pays
off several judges, and put three
of his relatives in $30,000-a-year
jobs at the expense of taxpayers.
And so it goes.
The rivalry between
Democrats and Republicans is a
myth. Southern Democrats
(Dixiecrats) and Republicans
in Congress have had a very
workable coalition for decades.
Strom Thurmond and John Bell
Williams switched to the GOP in
1964, a move that could have
easily been made by dozens of
other Democrats with similar
ideologies.
Scoop Jackson, Democratic
Senator from Washington, is one
of Dick Nixons favorite
politicians. When LBJ was
President his favorite crony was
Ev Dirksen. And LBJ recently
helped defeat Ralph
Yarborough, which shows how
liberal ol LBJ is.
Norman Mailer, in Miami And
The Siege Os Chicago, wrote
that the Democratic Party is a
group of Mafioso, and the GOP
is a collection of big
businessmen. Either party,
therefore, will rob the public.
Republicans charge high interest
rates, and Democrats fix
conventions.
According to Eric Goldman
and John Roche, LBJ was really
a great liberal who was betrayed,
misunderstood, and unjustly
criticized by David Frye and a
lot of other people. But who
started the Vietnam bombing in
January, 1965? If you said
LBJ, you win a heavy, heavy
heart and a ticket to the Paris
War Talks.
John Kenneth Galbraith, that
noted liberal Democrat, has been
criticizing the Nixon
Administration for failing to
curb inflation. But Melville J.
Ulmer (Author of Welfare State,
USA) has written in The New
Republic that each
Administration and each
Administration-approved
economist since WWII has failed
to curb inflation.
According to Ulmer, Walter
Heller did a comparatively good
job, but Heller, Paul McCracken,
Arthur Burns, and all the rest
failed to keep either inflation or
unemployment at a low leve.
Our present inflation is as much
,the fault of JFK as RMN. And

GUEST COLUMN

guess who was JFKs economic
trouble-shooter? A certain 6B
Harvard prof named Galbraith.
A year ago Dick Nixon,
allegedly starting massive troop
withdrawal from Vietnam, was
optimistic about getting all the
troops home by the end of
1971. This gave him almost two
years to complete the task. Not
six months. Not a year. Almost
two years.
Well, a group of Democratic
Senators has passed, by a 31-8
vote, a resolution calling for the
withdrawal of all the troops by
the end of 1972. Not 1971.
1972. The tentative deadline has
been moved back another year.
Moreover, it took two hours
of intensive debate to pass the
resolution, which has no
legislative power at all. Henry
Jackson and John Stennis didnt
want to hurt Nixon by giving
him only two more years. The
party out of power is known as
the loyal opposition.
Actually, the Democrats arent
offering much opposition.
Theyre simply loyal. With
liberal Democrats like
Jackson, Nixon doesnt need the
GOP.
The Nixon Administration has
been criticized and rightfully
so for its Southern
Strategy. But the Kevin
Phillips-John Mitchell formula is
nothing compared to the Demos
long-standing SS. Forget about
Fulbright, Stennis, Long,
Eastland, and the other familiar
names.
Guess which representative
decides how much money is to
be spent on ecological measures?
Jamie Whitten, the Mississippi
racist whom the EAG rated
-19 on ecology (The lowest
possible score is -25).
Guess whos Chairman of the
House Agricultural Committee,
the man in charge of food
stamps and other anti-poverty
measures? W.R. Poage of Texas,
who has said: You know what
happens in the beehive. They kill
those drones. This is what
happens in most primitive
societies. Maybe weve just
gotten too far away from the
situation of primitive man.
Carl Albert (Oklahoma) and
Hale Boggs (Louisiana) are the
top Demo House officers,
joining Robert Byrd (West
Virginia) of the Senate. Robert
Byrd is a former member of the
Ku Klux Klan; in 1946, while in
the House, he wrote a letter
extolling the virtues of the KKK
and hoping that it could
continue to thrive in West
Virginia. Moreover, as soon as L.
Mendel Rivers was interred and
his spirit ascended to that Great
Naval Base in The Sky, F.
Edward Hebert, the racist who
wants to do away with the Bill
of Rights, stepped up to the
reactionary throne of the Holy
Armed Services Empire. And so
it goes.
Jerry Carter, who for several
decades was one of Floridas
most colorful and most
powerful politicians, once
said: Os course Im a cheap
politician. My constituents cant
afford an expensive one.
Spoken like a true Democrat.

Abortion
EDITOR:
At the risk of falling into an
abyss of horrific pragmatism I
would take issue with the point
of view set forth in Blaise
Picchis Abortion:
Rationalization?
It seems Mr. Picchi and I are
in fundamental disagreement
when it comes to defining the
concept denoted by the word
human.
So if it is not human, what is
it? A wart? he queries. Besides
being downright ridiculous in
posing this question Mr. Picchi
gives rise to another question
concerning his background in
biological science. Perhaps I was
just fortunate in having had an
exceptional high school biology
teacher, but I vividly recall the
spark of cognition he struck
when he pointed out that the
development of the human
embryo and fetus parallels the
evolution of life from the first
cell to homo sapiens. One early
stage of development, the
blastula, bears striking
resemblance to the primitive
porifera or sponges. Later on,
the embryo acquires a set of gill
slits not unlike those of a shark.
There are other examples which
I cant recall, but I can assure
Miss Picchi that wart is not
among them.
But this is just so much
sophistry as Mr. Picchi would
say. Then let us remove the
question What is human?
from the realm of the scientific
definition and rephrase our
question thusly. Just what is it
that sets man apart from his
fellow animals? The answer
varies as a function of ones

By MIKE ABRAMS
Alligator Columnist
Theres much good to be said
for the kids, and if you spend a
few weeks with the Johnny
Lightning set, by golly, maybe
youll see what I mean.
I have spent the last six weeks
trying to teach a P.K. Yonge
class of eight, nine, and ten-year
olds the elements of journalism.
With Mrs. Hilda Wiles
gracious help in restraining the
enthusiasm in her kids (a 20-year
veteran of the public schools
told me yesterday there is
nothing noisier than a
third-grader sitting still) we
managed to produce our Pupil
Paper *71.
WHAT DO these children
think about the world? You can
draw your own conclusions.
Brad: I wish wars would go
and pollution would stop!!! Or
we should suffer instead of the
animals!!! The reason why I feel
this way is because animals do
not pollute and humans do.
Thats why we should suffer
instead of the animals.
Carl: Poor people and people
who are not rich but not poor
and the people who are rich
should live in the same
neighborhood so that some of
the rich people and some of the
people who are not rich but not
poor could help the poor people.
Sadie: I think that poor
people should be taken to a

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The Kids: Hope?

personal philosophy and is not
amenable to reasoned,
sophisticated support. For me.
the answer can be found in the
myriad connotations of one
word. Consciousness.
Man is conscious of himself as
an entity. He knows where his
self ends and the rest of the
universe begins. Consciousness is
what Adam and Eve acquired
from the tree of knowledge of
good and evil. It made them
human.
Until someone comes out
with Memoirs of A Fetus I
can't accept the same as a bona
fide human being. If once having
conceived, a prospective mother
decides for whatever reason that

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handsome home because the
poor people need it.
Mary: I dont like the war,
and I wish it would end
sometime. Because I dont think
that some of us should get killed
or wounded. Because 1 dont
want my brother to get
wounded or killed. 1 hope he
will never go to the war.
Tom: I dont think people
should kill other human beings!
1 think 18 year-olds have just as
much right to vote as adults.
Anonymous: I think there
shouldnt be a war. Because
people should be able to stay
with their family. The people
should stop polluting because in
50 years we will die. People that
dont have food the government
should help them so they wont
starve. And people who dont

Wednesday, March 10, 1971, The Florida Alligator,

she does not want to be a
mother, it is her right, indeed
Iter duty, to have the pregnancy
terminated.
If this right were recognized
as it should be in the laws of this
country, then a certain woman
might not have felt compelled to
abandon her baby boy to an
uncaring society. That boy
became the man we know as
Charles Manson. It is one of the
great ironies of our time that
Charles Manson. illegitimate and
unwanted, has been convicted of
criminal conspiracy in the
murder of one Sharon Tate, who
very much wanted her baby.
RUSSELL TAYLOR

have houses wont freeze. People
should stop killing and let the
world have peace.
NOW, YOU may say these
kids were led to say these things
by their guest, but its not ture.
In fact, the day we wrote the
editorials, the war was only one
of many subjects written on the
board.
Most Os the editorials were in
the same vein, anti-war,
anti-pollution, anti-hunger,
poverty, etc.
And therein lies some thought
and some observation.
The college generation of
today probably spent (as I did)
their days in third, fourth and
fifth grade with their only
worries not being able to
memorize their multiplication
tables or where they put their
Winky-Dink screens.
THE REALITIES of war,
hunger, and worldwide misery
were as far from our worlds as
Alice and Jerry were from our
friends.
1 am not sure where these kids
are getting their ideas, or what is
inspiring them to think in what
many of our elders are so prone
to call radical terms but if
these kids are typical, the sun is
going to shine a little brighter in
years to come.
And, in this, there seems to be
some kind of hope, doesnt
there?

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By PETER POTTERFIELD
Alligator Correspondent
It happened about a year ago. My roomate walked in one day with
a copy of Sweet Baby James and there we all were, weeks later,
sitting in the late night fog, listening and still not believing.
It was a super album, and nobody seemed to know very much
about this guy James Taylor. Nobody seemed to KNOW him at all.
WASNT THAT NICE? All you had was the music from two albums
and the picture you had of the artist and his life was personal and
meant alot.
But then things started to go foul and James Taylor became
famous. The ol* AM waves were saturated with Fire and Rain and it
was hard not to feel a sense of loss. He no longer belonged to you and
your friends, but he was a star and the teeny boppers loved him and
isnt that a bummer.
It was bad enough in Gainesville, but this winter in New York the
mind-bogging magnitude of James Taylor Fame was blatant and
somewhat troubling. Rounding the corner on your way home, there
were old Filmore East posters advertising Taylors appearance a week
previous, and already they were pasted over ones advertising
Livingston Taylor.
SWEET JESUS. Turn your face from the cold and there he is,
looking up at you from the 12 x 15 glossy in the music store window.
His biography has been capsulized and peddled, and theres even a
little book out telling you how to make your guitar sound just like
James.
It is therefore with mixed emotions that you stumble and file your
way, like a steer, into the hall down there in Tampa, where you are
hopelessly out-numbered by fifteen year olds and the popcorn and
peanut vendors add insult to injury. Yes, its looking pretty grim.
You are in for a surprise. Whatever vague notions of evil boding one
might have are quickly dashed. An ill at ease, almost awkward emcee,
James Taylor is a great performer. Following Joe Mamma and Carole
King, Taylor strolls out with his guitar and opens with Sweet Baby
James and it is good. Very good. Right away, there is a rapport
seldom felt in large performances and J.T. is telling you that it is O.K.
HE PLAYS many new songs, including one called Chillie Dog,
which we are told is about his drummer, who is tragically strung out
on these chillie dogs. Seems he started out on hot dogs, but they of
course led to the harder stuff. He does Joni Mitchells For Free and
his brother Alexs Back on the Road; he does them well and with
style.
Later, accompanied by Carol King on paino, a drummer, and a bass
player, he comes up with a modified Steamroller Blues that
absolutely brings the house down. There is magic. During the concert
you simply arent concerned with how bad your back hurts or how
thirsty you are. The softspoken man from Carolina is singing sad
songs and you never expected it to be this good.
The concert picks up momentum with each number (er, song...)
and finally Taylor, with an electric guitar, is jamming with Carole
King and the members of Joe Mamma. The crowd is on its feet,
dapping, stamping, unbelieving. Then, quite suddenly, its over and
the stage is empty.
FOR TWO HOURS Taylor has been looking out with dark,
brooding, haunting eyes at his success; eight thousand people paying
high prices to see him and hear him sing. Its that way all over the
country and one wonders what effect that kind of crushing popularity
will have on such an apparently sensitive young man.

Its GOT to do something, to change him somehow, and it seems a
cinch that Taylor and his music will reflect this new and tremendous
influence. His music a year from now may be better than ever; his
performance after two hundred concerts may be just as personal and
enchanting. Maybe.
After what seems like a long time, the audience is still standing,
clapping and stomping at the empty stage and refusing to go home. A
subdued Taylor emerges from behind the curtain with a borrowed
guitar and plays one more very sad song entitled Close Your Eyes.
He stands slowly, gives an almost imperceptible bow, and says,
Good-bye, Tampa.
Good-bye, James.
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UF Pharmacy College Gets
Detoxicant Research Grant

The UF College of Pharmacy has been awarded $139,000 for
research on a detoxicant for metal poisoning.
The U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command has
awarded this grant to Dr. Charles H. Becker, chairman of the
Department of Pharmacy for a three-year study on dimercaprol
opthalmic ointment.
THE RESEARCH will include a review and redevelopment of
Dimercaprol since it has not been updated for over 10 years, a study
on the best packaging methods, a storage study, evaluations both in
laboratories and in animals to show its effectiveness in detoxifying
heavy metal compounds and a testing study in rabbits to show its
safety in use.
Dr. George Torosian, assistant professor in the College of Pharmacy
will assist in directing the investigation.
Dimercaprol in various pharmaceutical dosage forms, both for
internal and external use, is, at the present time, the most effective
detoxicant for heavy metal poisoning, chronic or acute.
THE MEDICINAL agent is used to stop the toxic action of heavy
metal-organic gases upon the pyruvate oxidase system -a system
Vets May Receive
Credit For Experience
By BARBARA BECKER
Alligator Cormpondant
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If you are a veteran you may be able to receive college credit for
training you had in the service.
College Level Examination Program, (CLEP) sponsored by the
College Entrance Examination Board enables veterans to get credit for
certain courses by taking the final examination, according to. Dick
Gentry, coordinator of the Office of Veterans Affairs.
UF HAS accepted CLEP for two years but no one knew about it
except Dean Doty," Gentry said.
Normally students arent able to get credit for a course by final
examination unless they have a 3.S average or over or by permission
of the head of the department.
"There is one vet who went from second quarter sophomore to
second quarter junior because of CLEP. He picked up 32 hours
through the CLEP program on campus and six hours in the military,"
said Gentry.
CLEP also offers a program in the service by which servicemen with
no previous college experience may take an examination at his
military post or base and receive up to 28 college credit hours.
For further information concerning CLEP, contact Dick Gentry in
the Office of Veterans Affairs.
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Dimercaprol is considered the best counteracting medicinal agent to
help detoxify environmental air, heavily polluted with organic
metallic compounds. Also, it would be the best antidote to use if
toxic gases of the heavy metal type are used as an offensive weapon in
time of war.
Previously, in 1956, the College of Pharmacy under Becker studied
Dimercaprol under a grant with the Armed Services Medical
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FOR SA LE
Apartment stock clearance twin beds
$lO & up, oak study tables $7 & up
call 376-8990 1524 NW 4th Ave.
(A-3MOO-P)
1968 Sears "GHera" motorcycle only
5700 miles 124 cc $175 or best offer.
Call 376-9473 Gene. If I'm not there,
leave name and No. (A-3t-100-p)
Sprite 1967, new clutch, Excellent
4303 NW 2lSt Or. 378-8260 after 5
PM (Q*3t-100-p)
New 10-speed schwinn continental
must sell, will take best offer, call
Johnny Hlckock, 372-7720, anytime
(A-3MOO-P)
Northern winter coat: Peterson
corduroy overcoat. Must sell size 38
asking $25 call 376-8498 at 6:30 pm
(Arlt-100-p)
Sansul 2000 amplifier only used 25
hrs. will sell for $225 cost S3OO new
call Terry 378-8403 after 5 pm sony
tape deck also available TC 235
(A-3t-100-p)
STAY COOL 14000 BTUs AC used 2
summers call 376-8538 after 6 pm
$150.00 (A-3t-100-p)
Splitting for Calif. Must sell 3 speed
girl's bike. In great condltion-hardly
ever used. Baskets and lock included
Call 372-5463, $45 (A-3t-100-p)
For Sale girl's 26 inch BIKE S2O
please call 378-2798 (A-2t-100-p)
For Sale 21 In. Schwinn Varsity
Bicycle Phone 373-3369 (A-3t-100-p)
Portable stereo magnx $65 koss ear
phones sls clock radio $7 steamer
trunk $8 tensor lamp $4 logic tells
you its a good deal Claire 373-3230
(A-3t-100-p)
Sansul 3000A receiver 120 watts
w/wooden Case $250; also pioneer
100 reverberation unit SSO call
3 72-436 0 to arrange showing.
(A-2t-100-p)
1963 Mercury mont. automatic trans
good condition for only $275 call
3 73-3723 for mbre information
(A-2t-100-p)
66 BMW Rolls Royce of Motor
cycles 600 cc touring fairing turn
signals dbl seat luggage rack lock gas
cap great mec cond $775 378-0181
(A-3t-100-p)
1001 b weight set 4 speed electric fan
Smith Corona portable typewriter
Call 378-1381 (A-2t-100-p)
Must Sell 1967 Ducatl 100 scrambler
ex cond 850 miles luggage rack road
& trial sprockets Great Buy $175 or
best offer call Jerry 392-6914
(A-3t-100-p)
New girls bike! Beautiful new
Schwinn 3-speed; basket and lock
included. Reasonable price.! Call
392-8591 and ask for Jill
(A-3MOO-P)
tame baby ferrets coons monkeys
bobcats ocelots skunks parrots hawks
snakes lizards turtles for sale trade or
buy Kongo Pet 475-2546 (local)
(a-16t-55-p)
MT>NDA 565 1966. Good
condition dependable. Great for
around town. $125 or best offer. Call
3 92-7253. If no answer dial
392-7254. (a-3t-98-p)

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FOR SA LE
Trailer Furnished SIOOO Total Price
Live In Or Rent Annual Income S6OO
378-8490 (A-st-97-p) j
Doberman Pinscher Puppies AKC
Champion Stock Warlock line 7
weeks old only males left from
$125.00 phone 3 7 8-8067 or
378-8045 (A-10t-94-p)
1966 Yamaha 80. One owner,
female. Very dependable, new paint,
two helmets, inspected, ready to go.
Xclnt cond. $175 378-7872
(A-st-97-p)
Honda CL-100 1970 under 2500 mi.
candy orange in like new condition
owned less than one year $325
w/helmeL 1519 NW 3 ave, call
376-8508 (A-st-96-p)
7 golf clubs & bag, pole lamp, Iron &
board, study light, magazine rack
handbags, blouses (36) sweaters, 9V2
m ladles shoes, books, etc. 373-3874
(Arst-96-p)
Yamaha 250 street bike less than
10,000 miles, new chain and stocket
excellent street and road
transportation S3OO or will bargain
378-2251 (a-st-98-p)
Aquarium and equipment 3O
gallons S4O or best offer call Pat at
372- or stop by 1510 N.W. 55
St. (a-st-98-p)
TROMBONE perfect conn.
Constellation, worth $455, will
sacrifice for $325 Must Sell! call Rick
at 392-9524 call after 5 (a-st-98-p)
Kid on the wayl 35mm 2.8 kodak
range finder 20.00, for kit-10 watt
amplifier & 12 coaxial speaker
30.00, amfm sw porsche blapunkt
radio 40.00 all excellent call
392-3151 or 378-4264 (A-2t-99-p)
AR 8T stereo for car, home. Lock
system, converter, spkrs, tapes,
warranty. Cost S3OO, sell $lB5.
Unused VW header exhaust $25. Call
373- (A-3t-99-p)
Portable typewriter with metal
carrying case $25. Portable
typewriter with carrying case sls,
373-4290 (A-3t-99-p)
Girls 5 speed Schwinn Suburban 5
Months old. S6O 392-8651 after 5
(A-2t-99-p)
Must sacrifice Panasonic cassette
am/fm, excellent condition year old
for only $60.00, half the original
price for financial reasons. Record
directly off radio while listening
fantastic reception, public address
system, mike, earphone, push-button
controls. Call now. Ken at 373-1542
(A-2t-99-p)
Stereo Sylvanla 100 watt amp.,
Garrard changer, FM stereo,
air-suspension speakers, base, stand,
dustcover. Like new 5275.
392-7417 (A-2t-99-p)
6 string Aria classical guitar only 7
months old in mint cond. $65 will
throw in case for only $lO. Cat
Harvey at 373-3127 after 5
(A-st-99-p)
1966 HONDA 160. Good condition.
$185.00 or best offer. Call 376-8484
after 1:30 P.M. (A-7t-94-p)
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FOR RENT
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)
2 Bdrm furn apt available March 15
a/c heat, near campus. $122/quar.
Option for summer S9O. Call
378-4843 anytime. (b-st9B-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)
Wanted: 1 or 2 female roommates for
2 bedroom AC close to campus.
$108.75 for spring quarter. Call
372- (B-st-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)
SINFUL apt in Village Park two
bdrm. with everything sublease
starting spring qtr. furn $l7O or
unfurnished $155 call 378-8061
(B-st-96-p)
Roommate needed for the place",
have your own room right across
from tigert. live in comfort and
convenience for $82.50 per mo. call
373- (B-4t-99-p)
1 male roommate spring quarter 1
blk from campus. Rent includes priv
bedroom, patio, dishwasher, utilities,
sauna, pool Call Neal 372-6272
(B-st-97-p)
ROOMMATE wanted for beautiful
tanglewood apartment with
everything. SSO/mo. + utilities.
373-3475 (B-st-97-p)
Sublet one bedroom, furnished, avail
March 25, pool, air conditioned,
sllO month, couples only, 373-2836
(b-3t-98-p)
Female Roommate wanted for spring
quarter one bedroom garage apt near
town $25 per mo plus Vz utilities
Judy 378-5170 after 10 p.m. to 12
(b-st-98-p)
Female roommate to share single
bedroom apt for spring quarter.
Modern, welt-furnished, A/r,
balcony, pool. March rent paid. Call
378-9879 (b-st-98-p)
Single room for male student 3
blocks from campus AC and
refrigerator 372-8929 after 2 p.m.
327 N.W. 15th Terrace (b-st-98-p)
Sublet, April 1 or beginning of spring
quarter. Apt 72, village park, 2 large
B-R, $l7O fur. $l5O unfur. new
carpet, furniture, 2 pools, lease until
Augl. 31. Call 378-3771 or 392-2283
Days, 372-6764 evenings
(B-3t-100-p)
Two bedroom two bathroom
furnished town house Hawaiian
Village from March 19 pool air cond
heat, suit four students or family ph
376-8107 (B-3t-99-p)
Need one female roommate for Spr.
quarter. French Quarter Apt. 17
Lease runs through June. Call
373-3539, anytime. (B-4t-99-p)
Female roomate wanted or sublet 2
bedroom Tanglewood apt. ac, pool,
carpet, dw. After spm call 378-6668
or daytime call Elaine 392-3121
(B-3t-100-p)

FOR RENT
Sublet one bedroom apt. pool,
furnished, air cond., available March
20, sllO month, couples only,
373-3113 after 6 P.M. (B-2t-100-p)
Live in comfort Spring quarter at 361
la bonne vie. tennis pool sauna
dishwasher good neighbors fun room
mates great sounds! must sublet I pay
$lO/mo you pay only $43.75 + V
utl. males prefered 378-5823
(B-3t-100-p)
Male Roommate Wanted. Village
Park. 42.50/mth March rent paid.
Avail immed. Call Gary 373-1620
(B-3t-100-p)
Sublet 1 bdrm. fur. apt. for couple.
sllO mo. Avlb. March 22. 1400 SW
10 Ter. N 0.3 Please phone 376-7803
after spm. (B-3t-100-p)
Sublet modern effeciency apt. for
spring term 1 blk from campus pool
and utilites. Call 378-2221 apt 308
1225 SW Ist Ave (B-3t-100-p)
Need 1 male roomate to share Univ.
Gardens Trace apt. Spring and/or
summer quarter S7O/mo. + V 2 phone
* electric bldg 712 apt 306 372-5246
(B-3t-100-p)
Spring ahead Into a new outlook
sublease townhouse $l5O/mo close
to campus, ac, carpeting Ideal for
you, and couples also! call 373-3108
(B-3t-100-p)
Female roomate wanted University
Gardens, nice people, A/C, pool, TV,
$47.50 per month. Call Gwen at
373-3212. (B-3MOO-P)
WANTED
Female roomate needed landmark
apt 174 available Mar 29 47.50/mo
color T.V. 2 pools dishwasher etc.
376-2184 (C-Bt-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)
Roomates for Spr. and Sum. share a
room for S4O or private rm. for S6O
monthly, call Wayne at 378-5900
Univ. Gardens Trace Apts.
(C-st-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)
roommate to share apt 2 blocs from
campus pool and color tv. come to
1530 NW 4th Ave., Apt 29 only $46
per mo. (C-4t-99-p)
Need room or place to stay during
the break In Ft. Lauderdale or
plantation area will pay. call Matt
392-7397 (C-2t-100-p)
One male roommate for Spr. Qtr.
French Quarter Apt. 88, $45/mo. +
1/4 utilities. Call 378-4784
Graduating! (C-3t-100-p)
Female roommate needed now! Call
378-8037 Hawaiian Village
Townhouse (c-st-98-p)
Male roommate, french quarter apts,
share with two others, Dave
378-8163, apt. N 0.19 (C-4t-99-p)

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WANTED
2 male roommates wanted. The Place
Apartments. $76 monthly including
utilities. Private bedrooms. Call
372- (C-3t-10Q-p)
1 or 2 female roomates wanted for
luxury townhouse at place S7B mth.
pvt. bedroom pool ac no utility bills
1 block from campus 372-6672
(C-3MOO-P)
1 female roommate urgently needed
for very nice apartment at La Bonne
Vie Will bargain for good deal Call
373- or 378-3716 (C-3t-100-p)
Female roommate wanted for Spring
quarter Immediate Occupancy
$53.75 mo. La Bonne Vie townhouse
call Kathy 378-4403 (C-3t-100-p)
Female roomate, 4 bedroom
townhouse apts. the place, $72 a
mo. 376-4089 (C-3t-100-p)
3 female roommates to share air con
heated apt with one other girl pool
private bedrooms 70 i month utilities
Included call 373-3454 (C-3t-100-p)
Female roommate Williamsburg
$52.50 mo. + V* utilities Apt. 27 ph
376-2129 (C-3MOO-P)
Handmade Products Wanted
Ceramics Oils Watercolors Weaving
Contact Something Special Gift Shop
Ocala 236-2127 (C-3t-100-p)
Female roomate needed to sublease
Stephen Foster Apts., ac, carpet
S4O/month, 373-3073 (C-3t-100-p)
Desperatly wanted a ride to
anywhere in South Calif last final
March 17 call Bruce 392-7382 in
evenings (C-3t-100-p)
Male roomate, PLACE apt, spring
quarter. 85 a month, utl. incl.
378-1109 (C-3t-100-p)
Roommate Wanted Modern 3
Bedroom House. Central Air Spr.
Qtr. 373-1296 (C-3t-100-p)
Female roommate wanted;
phenomenal trailer; Vk ml. from
campus. S4O mo. + V 2 utilities. Call
373-3051 any time. (C-3t-100-p)
Girl needs single room in house or
apt. for spring qtr. Including female
roommates, kitcnen priviledges and
bedroom air conditioning. Must be in
NW section call 372-7361 and state
your qualifications. CC-3t-100-p)
2 roomies wanted at 352 La Bonne
Vie for spring quarter. 53.75/mo. +
utilities. Available March 20. Call
Marshall or Neil 378-7141.
(c-st-98-p)
Couple to live in mobile home; quite
location near campus; rent in
exchange for work on small ranch;
available March 15; phone 392-1971
day. 376-0052 night. (C-3t-100-p)



GrATOR CLASSIFIEDS

WANTED
Two Female Roomrrtates wanted
spring quarter. Beautiful 3 bedroom
apt. Own pool, carpeting. Rent Split
5 ways. no. 14 Williamsburg.
378-0518 (c-3t-98-p)
Female roomate spring qtr. for
poolside village park apt. 48.00/mo.
plus >/ util, call 372-5463 or come by
apt. 54 (C-st-97-p)
Male roommate needed. Luxury apt.
living at a reasonable price. 378-9947
(C-st-97-p)
1 female roommate unlv gardens
4030 + utl. move in now call
378-2250 after 5:30 (C-4t-97-p)
We want a roommate, anybody
willing to pay 57.50 but you must
qualify call 373-2384 and ask for
Xavier (C-4t-97-p)
1 Female Roommate needed for 2
bedroom Village Park Apt. for spring
quarter. Call 376-8608 (c-3t-98-p)
1 female room needed Spring Qtr
Point West Apts $58.75/mo +
utilities March rent paid Move in
after March 15 Call 378-5507
(c-st-98-p)
Male roommate wanted for 2
Br-2bath Le Bonne Vie Apt
available March 15 for spring &
summer qtr or spring qtr only. Call
376-8136 (c-st-98-p)
Village Park, 1 or 2 roommates from
March to June 20th, $125.00 +
$25.00 dp pool side phone
378-4857, 1 apt no. 67 female
(c-st-98-p)
Wanted 2 Female roommates to share
2 bedroom apt. S4O a month plus
utilities call 372-6547 or come by
Butler Gardens Apt after 9 p.m.
(c-st-98-p)
1 male roommate For spring quarter
SBS per month incl. utilities The
Place no. 105 call 378-2251
(c-st-98-p)
Roommate needed to share 3 Bd
home with 2 LW students, room of
your own. A/C, 135/qtr. + 1/3 utl
3 7 8-923 9 Grad. stu. preferred
(c-3t-98-p)
Female roommate spring quarter
modern furn 2 bedrm apt a/c close to
campus S3B/mo or $95/qtr call Lulu
378-2019 (C-2t-99-p)
3 female roomates for spring qtr
poolside VP apt. 42.50/mo + util,
move In immediately 378-8668 after
2:00 (C-4t-99-p)
Hip couple or single wanted to share
two bdrm apt. own room 70.00 912
S.W. 6th Ave. ac/carpet backyard call
Marc 376-3281 avail, immediately
(C-4t-99-p)
roommate to share apt 2 blocs from
campus pool and color tv. come to
1530 nw 4th ave. only $46 per mo.
(C-4t-99-p)
Please 1 or 2 female roommates for
Mt. Vernon starting June 1. 115. or
57.50/mo. Townhouse, dishwasher,
pool, central ac. 378-9939
(C-3t-99-p)
Need two representatives, unusual
opportunity, ideal for coeds, young
housewives, permanent 12 hours
weekly. $35 salary plus commission,
apply at 10:30 a.nru or 2:00 P.M. 103
S.E. Ist St. (C-3t-99-p)

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HELP WANTED
Extra money? Fla. licensed
Physicians, residents, fellows to
work weekends in general hospital In
Palatka excellent pay if interested,
call K. Santi, M.D. 328-2784
weekdays for further details
(E-st-95-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-lot-96-p)
AUTOS
66 Chevy Imp., white, black int., air,
power steering, autotrans, r/h
excellent cond., just tuned, SI2OO,
call 376-1591 5:30 p.m. (g-4t-98-p)
1958 MGA new battery brakes
master cylinder tires S3OO call Lou
372-7485 will trade for motor
(G-3t-100-p)
1964 Cadillac convertible, full power,
factory air, leather bucket seats, good
condition. Call anytime. $895 or best
offer 378-3583 (G-3t-100-p)
Falcon 65, good mech. condition.
Low mileage, radial tires. $450
graduating senior. Call Mike after 5
378-6597 816 N.W. 13th St.
(G-3t-100-p)
1966 Chevy Impala, 4 door, air
conditioned, heat, radio, clean one
owner car, $625 or best offer, call
372-7104 anytime (G-3t-100-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)
MGB 68 coed must sell good
condition yellow convertible $llOO
call Jeanne 378-3518 (g-st-98-p)
VW deluxe van needs overhaul body
in good condition. S7OO 378-9796
call after 12 a.m. (g-st-98-p)
1969 BMW 2002 2 dr sedan Air
Conditioned, two new tires, new
battery, 50,000 miles, very good
cond. Phone 378-0308 Evenings.
(g-st-98-p)
65 MG Midget New top. wtr pump
brakes. Custom Int and paint. Radio
heater. Just tuned, excellent cond.
SBOO. Call Mark Linden 373-3381
(g-st-98-p)
PORSCHE 914 excellent condition
but some body damage best offer call
376-3865 (G-3t-97-p)
61 Corvan Chev Camper Type Van
Roll Down Windows Special $225
378-8490 (G-st-97-p)
MUSTANG 2+2 1967, auto trans, air
conditioner, new polyglas white
letter tires, radio, just tuned, sharp
car in excellent condition, asking
SISOO call 378-5557 after 5 P.M.
(G-4t-99-p)
MERCEDES-BENZ 220 SE, 1961
excellent condition, genuine black
leather interior, sliding sunroof, new
paint job, fuel-injected engine,
SISOO, call 378-8432. (G-4t-99-p)
1968 Fiat Spider Convertible call
378-5321 or after 6 call 454-1659
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AUTOS

1 964 Corvair Monza white,
automatic transmission, radio,
excellent condition. Student, call
378-5212 after 5 pm or weekends
(G-3t-99-p)
1967, VW excellent condition $925.
radio, stereo, tape & 5 tapes. Need
money for school. Zenith blue paint,
call Bill 376-9420 see at 117 NW 15
St. (G-3t-99-p)
61 ford falcon runs good, clean
passed inspection last year,
accessories, work, must see at 1236
s.w. 4th ave., apt. N 0.13,.13, 378-6785,
make offer (G-4t-99-p)
Ramblers 63 2 door and 4 door $250
Each Inspected 378-8490 (G-st-97-p)
PERSONAL
Co-Eds Facial Hair removed forever,
fast, low-cost gentle hair removal.
Edmund Dwyer.
Electrologist . 102 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Call 372-8039 for appointment.
(j-44t-54-p)
Tired of apt living? CLO has openings
for the spring 1 block behind Krystal
only $195/qt for room and 3 meals
a day. Vince at 376-9473 (j-23t-75-p)
Sex is best on a water bed. now here
from Innerspace Environment,
special offer for students, for
information call Elliott 373-3144
(J-13t-90-p)
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)
Now the trails are trumpet scored, oh
will we pass the test or just as one
loves more and more will one love
less and less. E (J-lt-100-p)
Sammie, Between moments of life,
there are Interludes of living.
Remember? So much time has passed
since then, i miss you. Happy B-day
(Barb, call collect if you see this)
(J-lt-100-p)
For the best and lowest priced bike
repairs see Charlie at 103-6 NW 10 St
4-9 pm (J-llt-92-p)
Pack your knapsack for adventure l
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)
EUROPE ON UF charter flight Jax
to Amsterdam June 16 to Aug 31
$240 rt call 392-1670 before March
13 (J-st-97-p)
professional DRAFT COUNSELING
Medical-Legal-Psychologic open
weekends Tel: 891-3736 2135 ixora
Road No. Miami, 33161 (J-4t-99-p)
Edgar Cayce state cons. Mar. 19, 20,
21 Eustis, Fla. Call 373-2546 or
372-7883 for info and
transportation. (J-4t-9<*-p)
5X7 camp-out tent with sewed-in
floor, zippered nylon screen door and
storm flaps $15.95. Camping
supplies. B&B SPORTS CENTER
5320 N.W. 13th ST. 378-1461
(j-st-98-p)
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PERSONAL
REWARD: SIOO.OO to any person
for information leading to the arrest
and conviction of person (s) seen
stealing bicycles in front of Buckman
E on Saturday nite (3-6-71) Phone:
392-8577 or 392-0993 ((J-3t-100-p)
GATOR SWIMMERS Monk and Pam
would like to say the Gators are tops
in every way. Again you won the
SEC's and beat Tennessee for
Victory. With no VOLETTES or
coonskin hats you proved you're
great and that is that) (J-lt-100-p)
Banjo Instruction, repair or flutes and
fretted instruments. Also handmade
dulcimers. Visit the Sabine String
Shop in Gville Artisans Market
378-1383 (J-3t-100-p)
Capricorn, capricorn: I have climbed
hills and walked up stairs until my
feet bled, please send me more
information! Gemini at 12356
(J-2t-100-p)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY little one is 21
hope it is happy & for once it's legal,
eat drink & be merry. Love and peace
toot (J-lt-100-p)
Swinging tour to Europe Ivg. August
22, 1971 $699 per person
all-incluslve-7 countries-22 days-Prof
Julian Pleasants, 424 little hall
(J-3t-100-p)
2 dogs free all shots approx 8 month
must give away contact David
Rotford 373-1043 111 N.W. 19 St.
No. 11 (j-4t-98-p)
Double Double, Toil and trouble,
Water guns, and rum balls too, See
those frozen daiguiris bubble, In
Sexy Janie's birthday brew! Happy
21st Birthday, Sexy, and many
happy refills! Love, Lech. (J-lt-99-p)
DIANE ROTHWELL From Camelot
Call 378-2722 it's KATHY From
Berkeley Heights, NJ. (J-2t-99-p)
Term papers accurately typed fast
former secretary bklyn college nyc
50 cents $ up 373-1984 days
373-1429 aft. 6 (J-4t-99-p)
This April 21st Vote against apathy.
Vote for academic and administrative
reform. This time VOTE for
ACTION!!! (J-2t-99-p)
LOST <& FOUND
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Term papers, reports, typed to your
specifications 40 cents per page D/S.
Theses 50 cents, D/S. Phone Mrs.
Tola Adenle, Flavet 111, 373-1003.
(M-st-81-p)
Found: play & the reader, Walt
376-3056 (l-3t-98-p)
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band; flat, square face, broken chain
guard. REWARD! extremely
sentimental call Audrey at 378-9828
(L-3t-100-p)
Lost brown purse gold octagon
glasses in gold flowered case, green
wallet if found PLEASE call
378-2798! Thanks (L-3t-100-p)
FEMALE POODLE found in S.W.
area. Call 372-3284 to identify.
(L-3t-99-nc)
Reward for return of girls brown 10
speed Schwinn Suburban stolen from
Little Hall March 4 Call 373-1623
after 4 pm (L-4t-99-p)
LOST My grandfather's antique
sliderule. Has a cracked hairline and
brown case. If found please take the
time to call 373-3424 (L-99-3t-p)
Found: Set of TOYOTA keys Call
373-1662 (L-3t-10ONC)
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to an A! Success in Learning. Money
back guarantee. Call Chris at
378-2912. (M-2t-100-p)
Rubys Alterations. Apt. 217-100
N.E. Bth Ave. Mrs. Ruby Mills,
376-8506 (M-st-100-p)
GRAPHICS, RENDERINGS
BEAUTIFUL JON 378-8335
(M-st-97-p)
Expd Theses & Dissertations
Del-Ray Typing Service 50 cents and
up per page 373-1984 days 373-1429
aft 6. (M-10t-80-p)
Alternators generators starters
electrical systems tested and repaired.
Auto-Electric Service, 1111 S. Main
378-7330. Now! BankAmerlcard adn
Master Charge, (m-tfc)
We're wired for sight at the smallest
eyeglass office in town. Drive your
own waiting room to UNIVERSITY
OPTICIANS at 519 SW 4th Ave.,
across from Greyhound Bus Station,
378-4480. (m-tfc)
INCOME TAX returns prepared 35
N. Main St. 378-9666 or 378-6127
Haber & Budd Accountants
(m-46t-57-p)
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DISCUSS US. AGRESSION
4?
Red Chinese Visit Hanoi

LONDON (UPI) North Vietnam disclosed
Chinese Communist Premier Chou En-lai had just
visited Hanoi in connection with U.S. agression.
Diplomats said the visit meant Hanoi is in trouble
and wants help.
First diplomatic assessments of the unexpected
visit said Peking in turn is determined not to allow
the Hanoi regime to be defeated militarily or to be
weakened to the point of political crisis.
The diplomatic assessment said the Chou visit
reflected the apparent success of the current
U.S.-backed South Vietnamese operation in Laos
against the Ho Chi Minh Trail.
The high level of the Chinese mission, its
composition, the time of the visit and not least the
fact that Hanoi asked for the Chinese leaders all
point to new development of crisis proportions, the
assessment said.
Just what Hanoi wants and what Peking is ready
to give remains a matter for speculation at this early
stage of the Sino-Vietnamese get-together. Peking all

U.S. Claims Success
For Offensive In Laos

SAIGON (UPI) U.S.
military sources claimed great
success Tuesday for the
offensive against the Ho Chi
Minh Trail in Laos, announcing
that South Vietnamese troops
supported by American
warplanes had set back North
Vietnams capability to wage
war by at least five months.
South Vietnamese troops,
who began the Laos campaign
Feb. 8, were reported to have
captured and destroyed about
14,000 tons of war material
ammunition, weapons and food.
This is 5,300 tons more than
the amount seized in the
two-month U.S.-south
Vietnamese offensive in
Cambodia last spring.
It is difficult to evaluate
exactly what this all means,
one U.S. source said of the Laos
push.
But the indications are that

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this is a severe setback for the
Communists.
Within the terms of what
American military authorities
said about the meaning of the
Cambodian operation, then what
has so far been discovered in
Laos would put the Communist
war effort at least five months
back.
Some of the achievement of
the Laos offensive was dimmed
Tuesday by a report that a third
accidental strike by U.S. aircraft
on South Vietnamese troops in
Laos in three days killed one
South Vietnamese marine and
wounded 11. The over-all
casualties in the three incidents
were placed at nine South
Vietnamese killed and 55
wounded.
The latest incident happened
Monday when U.S.
fighter-bombers attacking
Communist troops within 50

along has urged Hanoi to go on fighting to victory.
Nor was it ruled out that a similarly composed
Soviet mission might go to Hanoi or,
alternatively, that top level talks might be initiated
in Moscow. Anything less than that would mark a
clear shift by Hanoi to Peking, at the expense of
Moscow.
Diplomats versed in Far Eastern affairs had little
doubt the Vietnam war is entering a new, crucial
stage with as yet unpredictable consequences.
Chou has not left China for five years or more.
He quietly dropped plans for a visit to Africa last
year.
Diplomatic sources noted that among those
accompanying him are not only top party chiefs but
also the deputy chief of staff of the Chinese army.
The Hungarian news agency MTI quoted Peking
observers as saying Chous journey and his talks in
Hanoi came after the Chinese government declared
it will take every measure to provide support to the
peoples of Indochina and will not allow the
Americans to do with those peoples as they please.

yards of South Vietnamese
positions dropped one bomb on
a South Vietnamese bunker.
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Troops Flood Laos
Despite Air Strikes

SAIGON (UPI) Military'
sources said Tuesday North
Vietnam is pouring elite troops
into Laos to counter the strike
against the Ho Chi Minh Trail by
the 24,000-man South
Vietnamese task force, despite
1,000-aircraft strikes that have
destroyed 800 supply trucks in
the past four days.
A south Vietnamese general
reported his forces had
destroyed 13,139 tons of
Communist munitions in Laos.
The strike against the Ho Chi
Minh Trail appeared so
successful Chinese Communist
Premier Chou Enlai flew to
Hanoi to discuss the situation.
Military sources said the
North Vietnamese

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were moving west of the normal
supply routes which were hit
again today by fighter-bombers.
More than 1,000 sorties were
flown again today by
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gunships and supply helicopters.
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Hassfurder Leaves
Troubled Raiford
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Don
B. Hassfurder, warden of
troubled Raiford State prison,
Tuesday was given a leave of
absence because of an aching
knee and will be transferrered
out of his post.
State Corrections Director
Louie Wainwright named
Lawrence E. Dugger, 54,
superintendent of the nearby
Reception and Medical Center at
Lake Butler, as acting warden of
Raiford until a permanent
superintendent can be named.
This whole thing has no
connection with the Raiford
disorder other than it happened
to bring this to a head because
Hassfurder had to be on his feet
a lot and aggravated his knee,
Wainwright said.
Wainwright said Hassfurder
underwent knee surgery eight
weeks ago, and when it became
aggravated, his doctor ordered
him to take a 30-day leave of
absence.
Objection Not Valid
Against Specific War
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Supreme Court ruled that a draft
registrant may not claim
conscientious objection to a
specific war such as Vietnam.
Speaking for the court,
Justice Thurgood Marshall said
Congress in passing the Selective
Service Act intended to exempt
persons who oppose
participation in all
war-participation in war in any
form.
Persons who object solely to
participation in a particular war
are not within the purview of
the exempting section, Marshall
ruled.
Astronauts Found
Students Reasonable
WASHINGTON (UPI) Four
American astronauts told
President Nixon Tuesday they
found students more
open-minded than they expected
on their just completed tour of
university campuses.
The students were much
more reasonable than I would
have guessed from reading the
newspapers, said Michael
Anders, an Apollo 8 crewman
who now is executive secretary
of the National Aeronautics and
Space Council.
In addition to Anders,
astronauts William R. Pogue,
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Swigert Jr., reported to the
President. Former astronaut
James Lovell also made the tour
of 17 campuses with them over
the past three months, but he
did not go to the White House.
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Monterey, California
MONTEREY, Calif. (UPI)
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shook a wide section of the
California coast and was felt
from the Monterey area to San
Francisco.
Residents in Carmel,
Monterey and other
communities reported a strong
shake, but no serious damage
was reported immediately.
The earthquake was also felt
by residents 100 miles north in
San Francisco, where police said
they had calls from a number of
people who reported their
houses trembled in the quake.
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Scientists said the quake had a
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scale.
1 Am Curious Yellow
Obscene High Court
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Supreme Court upheld a
judgment by Marylands highest
court that the controversial
Swedish film I Am Curious
Yellow is obscene.
The court acted in a 4-4
opinion which does not set a
precedent so far as legal rulings
are concerned but does affirm
the lower court judgment. The
case had been seen as a possible
vehicle for the court to set new
definitions of obscenity.
Red Threat Raises
U.S. Needs Laird
WASHINGTON (UPI)
Defense Secretary Melvin R.

Laird said Tuesday that Soviet
and Communist Chinese
advances in long-range nuclear
missiles, including the possibility
of an operational Chinese ICBM
in two to four vears, demand
full deployment of the
Safeguard missile defense
system.
In an annual military
posture report to Congress.
Laird disclosed that President
Nixon had ordered preliminary
construction work at a fourth
antijballistic missile (ABM) site,
either at Warren Air Force Base
in Wyoming or at Washington,
D.C.
However, a decision where to
locate the fourth site, and
whether to limit deployment of
the complete, 12-site ABM
system across the country, will
depend on the outcome of the
next phase of the
Soviet-American Strategic Arms
Limitation talks resuming next
Monday in Vienna, Laird said.
He announced a new strategy
of realistic deterrence, based
on increased arms aid for U.S.

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allies and reduction of American
forces committed overseas.
Laird reported that Russia
will have added 110
1 and-and -submarine-based
missiles to its arsenal by
mid-1971, for a total of 1.900
compared to 1,710 for the
United States. But he said the
United States still will
outnumber the Russians in totals
of bombs and warheads.
After he submitted his report
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In the unclassified version of
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The start of testing has not
yet been confirmed, but a
reduced range test of an ICBM
may have occurred in late
1970.

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Baseball Team Wins First Os Year

By SIM SMITH
Alligator Correspondent
The Florida Gators exploded
for six runs in the sixth inning
and whipped the Lafeyette
Leopards for their first win of
the year Tuesday, 8-6.
Len Fuller, the second string
catcher came off the bench and
rapped two hits and knocked in
three runs to spark the Gator
win.
Doug Corbett picked up his

Bat Girls To Aid
UF Baseball Team
Those who attend the Gator baseball teams opening game will
notice two things. First, the stands have been covered with a new coat
of orange and blue paint. Secondly, and more noteworthy, some girls
will be gracing the scenery at Perry Field, assisting the team by
picking up bats, balls and spirit.
The Gator-Aids, as the group is called, consists of 16 UF coeds. The
groups sponsor, Coach P.A. Lee, says that the girls are real great and
serious about helping Florida baseball.
OFFICERS HAVE been elected and a constitution written and
approved by the members. Beti Sechin is the president of the Gator
Aids, Dayle Hosek is secretary and the treasurer is Laurie
Schueneman.
The girls will wear polyester, sleeveless orange jump suits, with
wrap around blue mini skirts and blue sneakers.
We hope that even in this small way we can help the Gators have a
good baseball season, Miss Sechen said. The girls will also be handing
out programs to the fans.
Other Gator-Aid members are Gail Leonard, Tori Baxter, Ann
Wheeler, Tina Hippie, Anne Hancock, Jamie Laird, Chris Niederpruen,
Jan Persons, Karen Snape, Nancy Tate, Kay Watford. Patty Watford,
and Helene Commander. L

BATOR SPORTS

first win against one loss as he
struck out seven batters in just
three innings.
THE GATORS struck for two
runs in the first inning when the
bases were filled by two walks
and an error.
Fuller then singled to left
scoring John Flad and Ray
Hull. Lafeyette scored one run
on a sacrifice in the third, tied
the game in the fifth when
pitcher George Schneider
homered, and then went ahead

Racing Greats Gathering
For Annual Gatornationals

By 808 THOMAS
Alligator Correspondent
While students are busy preparing for and taking
finals, some of the greatest names in drag racing will
be converging on Gainesville for the second annual
National Hot Rod Association (NHRA)
Gatornationals, March 19, 20 and 21.
More than 37,000 attended last years event,
which had a total of 407 entries and $140,000 in
prize money. This year there are 450 entries and
even larger crowds are expected by Gainesville
Dragway officials.
THE OBVIOUS favorite in the top fuel
eliminator catagory is the ledgendary Big Daddy
Don Garlits, winner of six NHRA top fuel titles.
The Seffner, Fla. resident and uncrowned king of
the sport will be driving his latest creation, a
revolutionary rear-engine AA fuel dragster.
Rear-engine cars are nothing new to the sport of
drag racing, but until now they have been little
more than showpieces. Nobody has been able to
make one of the radical machines competitive, that
is until Garlits built one.
After seriously injuring his right leg in an accident
last spring, the Big Daddy set to work building a
safer dragster. The product was the new rear-engine
machine and on its first major outing, Garlits won
the Wintemationals at Pomona, Calif.
PRESTON DAVIS, Southeast Division Champion
of the AA fuelers, has entered his own new

in the sixth when Rex Peters
homered.
THE GATORS then had their
first big inning of the year. Bob
Carpenter walked and Mike
Gibson doubled to left.
Carpenter scored on a passed
ball and pinch hitter Will
Harman drove in Gibson with a
single.
Flad doubled Harman in and
then scored himself on a single
by Steve Lewis. Tony Dobies
took first when he was hit by a
pitch and then Fuller singled
Lewis in.
THE PITCHER then hit
Scarborough. Then Carpenter,
batting for the second time in
the inning, walked to score
Dobies.

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The Leopards scored three in
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that.
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Dodge-powered macliine, leaving the always
competitive Tennessee 80-Weevil without a
driver. Davis has always been fast and has come
close to beating Garlits in several of their match race
encounters.
Ronnie Martin, NHRA World Finals AA fuel
winner, will drive Robert Andersons machine in the
Gatornationals, the same car that took him to the
World Final Victory. Ironically, Martin drove a gas
dragster in the 1970 Gainesville event while Dave
Chenevert drove Andersons AA fueler to the top
fuel title.
LEONARD HUGHES, 1970 Gatornationals top
funny car eliminator, heads a list of the fastest
funnies to run at Gainesville. Larry Reyes,
runner-up last year to Hughes in the second Candies
and Hughes car, will be back this year, driving Big
John Mazmanians new Barracuda.
POSSIBLY THE most exciting and without a
doubt the most competitive catagory is pro stock.
Bill Grumpy Jenkins, the popular York, Pa. driver
who took honors last year in his Toy Camaro,
will return to defend his title.
Leading the list of contenders and almost as
popular with the crowds is Ronnie Sox of
Burlington, N.C. Sox lost to Jenkins in the final
round of last years event, but the skilled Plymouth
ace has 10 NHRA titles behind him and one of the
best prepared hemi-powered Barracudas in drag
racing.

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Now Undisputed Heavyweight Champion

NEW YORK (UPI)
Undisputed world heavyweight
boxing champion Joe Frazier is
willing to give Muhammad Ali a
rematch anytime, hut I dont
think he wants one.
Frazier, bleeding from a cut
inside his mouth and having ice
applied to a swollen left
cheekbone, credited Ali with
taking some punch. The shot I
hit him with, Frazier said,
referring to the devastating left
to the jaw which floored Ali in
the 15th round, I had to go all
the way home for.
I DIDNT make him crawl
across the ring to me on his
knees, Frazier said, referring to
Clays pre-fight promise of what
he would do if he lost. But,
added Frazier, I want him to
come to me and apologize for
what he said before the fight.
Frazier claimed Ali told him
before the fight, Im Ali going
to kill you, Nigger. Frazier said
Ali underestimated me. He
thought I was flatfooted and
slow, but I showed him.
Frazier, richer by $2.5 million
for his gruelling bout, was
evasive when questions of his
possible retirement from the
ring.
I HAVE to talk about it first
with Yank (manager Yancy
Durham), but I do have to live a
little. Ive been working for 10
years now and its time for a
little rest.
It feels good to be the
undisputed champion. I beat
everybody they threw in front
of me and I cant do anything
more.
When newsmen asked Frazier
about Alis strange tactics during
many rounds of laying against
the ropes and getting hit at will,
the champion disputed some
newsmens views that Ali was
clowning.
HE WASN'T clowning,
Frazier said, I hit him with so
many punches that he just
couldnt move.
While 300 million people
watched around the world, the
27-year-old Frazier finally
caught up with the man who had
taunted and teased him from
outside the ring for four years.
In the 11th round, the
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swollen almost beyond
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STAGGERING FROM the
power of the punches chopping
in at him, Clay was lucky to last
until the final bell. No dancing
steps came to him any more and
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on the ropes as he became a
mere punching bag for the man
he had hoped to playfully
torture.
It was a viscious test of
manhood, a test of strength with
the fighters laughing and
taunting at each other. Daring to
walk into the firestorm, Frazier
took all the punishment Clay
could muster and simply walked
back in for more.

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At the conclusion of the fight,
the ring was filled with security
men, obscuring the fighters.
I ALWAYS knew who the
champion was, Frazier said. He
certainly proved it by beating
the man he had succeeded to the
heavyweight title. Clay, stripped
of the crown in 1967 and
banished from the sport until
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than his match after 31

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consecutive pro victories and 25
knockouts.
Referee Arthur Mercante
made it 8-6-1 for Frazier and
judges Artie Aidale followed
with a 9-6 verdict while Bill
Recht gave Frazier a whopping
114 margin. It was Fraziers
27th consecutive victory and he
barely missed gaining his 24th
knockout.

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Team A defeated Team B,
22*5, in SAHPER League
softball. Team B had a rough
first inning allowing A to get an
easy 15-run lead. They then
recovered to make a good
showing with some nice fielding
by Danna Hayes.
Team A also had their power
in the bat, however, as they
slammed five home runs in four
innings. Hitting home mns for
Team A were Rhonda Rogerts,
Tina Lowell, Bobbie Johnson,
Jamie Fanelli and Lissa De
Villers.
TEAM' D forfeited their game
to Team C.
Chi Omega, Sigma Kappa, and
Phi Sigma Sigma won their
badminton matches with Delta
Gamma, Phi Mu, and Delta Phi
Sigma, respectively, as all three
of these teams failed to appear.
Alpha Chi Omega won both
doubles matches against Alpha
Delta Pi, but Linda Fitts
defeated AXOs Betsy Cassatley,
11-4, 11-2 in singles
competition.
IN TUESDAYS play, AXOs
doubles teams again won their
matches, this time with Phi
Sigma, and their singles player,
Joyce Senters, won her match
by forfeit.
Robin Fergusen of Delta
Delta Delta defeated Jeanie Grist
of Kappa Delta, while her
teammates lost both of their
RACING
Runner-up to Sox in the
recent Winternationals, Wally
Booth, has entered his Camaro,
along with Arlen Vanke,
runner-up in three of NHRAs
major events last year. Other top
names in pro stock catagory
include Dodges Dick Landy,
Plymouths Don Grotheer,
Fords Dick Loehr and Hubert
Platt, and Bo Laws of Orlando in
a Camaro.
Friday and Saturdays
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made up of practice and
qualifying mns while the final
eliminations get under way
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doubles matches by slim margins
to a strong KD line-up.
Only one day of competition
is left in dormitory badminton
intramurals. Graham and Weaver
are tied in Orange League. They
will meet each other this week
to determine the badminton
champions. They have been in
close competition throughout
the year with Graham ahead by
a slim 30 point margin.
The story in the Blue League
almost exactly matches the
Orange League. Mallory is only
40 points in front of Rawlings H
for all competition up to the
start of badminton. Mallory had
one game left this week and
must win at least two of the
three matches in order to tie
Rawlings II for the badminton
title.
This week wraps it up for
womens intramurals this
quarter. Next quarter sororities
will be playing softball,
dormitories will be playing deck
tennis, and SAHPER will start
out with Volleyball. Entries will
be due on April 1.

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Gator weightlifters that will
travel to the 1971 National
Collegiate Weightlifting
Championships in Richmond,
Va. this weekend.
Favreau, presently undefeated
in matches this year is the
odds-on favorite to capture his
specialty in the lightweight (148
pound) division.
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division (132). Gaskins, who
wrestles for UF as well, has
never lifted in competition and
will be making his first
appearance in the Collegiate
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The other Florida competitor
to travel to Virginia for the
match will be Mike Smolek, a
freshman who has dropped from
the featherweight class to the
bantam weight at 123 pounds.