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Student Nurses Petition For New Course

By TERRY TENENBAUM
Alligator Staff Writer

The stereotyped and
preconceived notions of the
traditional role of the bedside
nurse held by students entering
the UF College of Nursing has
been a source of conflict
between the students and the
nursing faculty for several years.
Students entering the program
expect to be spoon-fed basic
clinical procedures (such as
giving shots and enemas, taking
blood pressures and injecting
intravenous needles) in order to
fulfill their preconceived ideas of
the traditional nurse, according

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Vol. 63, No. 101

ONE ELECTION PROPOSED
Senate To Weigh Reapportionment

By CARLOS J. LICEA
Alligator Staff Writer
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When the Student Senate
meets next quarter, it will face a
bill prepared by the
reapportionment committee to
reapportion that body; but the
change will be more than a
juggling of senate seats.
The first bill to come out of
the reapportionment committee
consists of a number of
constitutional ammendments
which will have to be placed on

Stokely Advocates Pan Africanism

By LARRY JORDAN
Alligator Correspondent
The first time I saw Stokely
Carmichael was in 1967 in
Tallahassee. I helped another
brother shinny up a drainage
pipe to get inside Florida A &
Ms Lee Auditorium and open
the doors. A & M'S
administration didnt want
Stokely to speak there.
Stokely had just unloaded his
verbal salvo which shook the
world the summer before in
Mississippi. Black Power. Neither
the term nor the reality to which
it referred were new. Carmichael
simply joined the historical
twinges of black protest together
into a slogan.
IT SENT SHOCK waves
through suburbia. White
Americans began to see armies
of black gladiators at their
doors. The press dubbed
Carmichael an American
Mau-Mau.
Four years later, Stokely
Carmichael has a different kind
In 1967 it was necessary for

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to UF Nursing College Dean
Dorothy Smith.
THE CURRICULUM- of the
college is not geared to make the
students highly proficient in
routine clinical procedures,
according to Dean Smith.
According to several nursing
students in the program, a
petition was circulated among
members of the junior class

The
Florida Alligator
THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

the ballot for the spring
elections..
ONE OF THE main changes
proposed is to have one general
election during September of
each year, in which 60 senators
which make up the new senate
will be elected, along with the
upper slate (president, vice
president, chancellor of the
Honor Court and chief justice of
the Traffic Court).
This will save about $2,000
since that is the cost of each
election.

us to shout, he told a
Gainesville audience Tuesday
night, our people were asleep
and we had to wake them up.
BUT, IF ANY of you came
here tonight to hear me shout
off a pig, black is beautiful, or
*black power; then you have
wasted your time and money.
The message Carmichael has
for blacks the 70s is
Pan-Africanisn- The 29-year-old
former chairman of the Student

j Viewpoint

requesting that a skills course be
offered by the college as a
prerequisite to the students
rotations through the various
medical services at the Shands
Teaching Hospital.
The absence of such a course
has caused many of the students
to experience some
uncertainty in their learning
experience in the hospital wards

University of Florida, Gainesville

As it stands now, the senate
has 80 members of which one
half are elected in the spring
elections and one half in the fall
elections.
The upper slate of candidates
is also elected in the spring
quarter.
COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN
Ira Giller said a provision will be
made to have the student body
president elected this spring end
his mandate in the fall, with the
following president having a full
year term.

Nonviolent Coordinating
Committee has been a resident
of Africa for the last two years.
Speaking at Santa Fe Junior
Colleges southeast campus to an
audience of 1,000, Carmichael
said the interests of black
Americans are not limited to the
U.S. They are part of a
world-wide African
revolutionary movement
against so-called Western
Imperialism.-
THE ULTIMATE aim of
Pan-Africanism, Carmichael said,
is an all black owned and
controlled Africa. Black
Americans can aid this
movement by returning to
Africa either psychologically or
physically, he said.
You are not Americans, you
are Africans, he told his
predominately black audience.
Carmichael said black
Americans should consider
themselves part of the
world-wide African
revolutionary movement
because the enemy American

when they are called upon by
doctors or nurses to administer
or help to administer clinical
procedures such as the ones
mentioned previously, according
to one student nurse
OUR PROGRAM ,is geared
to teach the students why
different procedures are used
rather than stressing the
mechanics of how these
procedures are administered,
Dean Smith said.
They (the nursing juniors)
think they have to know
everything right away they
(SEE 'NURSES/ PAGE 2)

The election process itself will
also be modified. The smaller
senate will be apportioned by
colleges primarily, with 21
senators coming from University
College, and the rest from the
different colleges.
All students who are juniors
or above will vote in their
respective colleges, while those
students in UC will vote by
districts in their living areas.
GILLER SAID 11 of the UC
seats will come from dormitories
taking in account only the

Imperialism knows no
geographic limitations.,
THE MASSES OF blacks are
disunited because we do not
have a common ideology,
Carmichael said. He proposed
Pan-Africanism as a common
ideology all blacks could use.
Wherever black people are to
be found today we are struggling
against forces, systems and evils.
These forces are the same
regardless of our geographic
differences.
Black people are the victims
of three forces, Carmichael
said. We are landless, we are the
victims of capitalism and we are
the victims of racism.
OTHER IDEOLOGIES now
advocated by blacks will not,
according to Carmichael,
eliminate all three forces.
Black Marxist-Leninists
such as the Black Panthers are
wrong because they think
eliminating capitalism will
eliminate racism, Carmichael
said.
To destroy capitalism will
not necessarily destroy racism
and vice versa, he said.

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Thursday, March 11, 1971

students who are freshmen and
sophomores.
The other 10 UC seats will be
elected from the about 3,500
freshmen and sophomores living
off campus at large.
However, the process itself of
electing senators will be handled
by changes to statutes now
governing the elections.
THE MAJOR constitutional
changes are as expressed above
and having the candidates
elected by majority of students
voting instead of a plurality as
has been done in the past.
Giller said the reapportion reapportionment
ment reapportionment will bring the one man
one vote concept more into
play, by having one senator for
each 350 students.
To do this, some of the
colleges, stfbh as the College of
medicine, including nursing and
health related professions are
have three senate
seats.
A 60 MAN senate will be
more workable than now, but it
will not be so small as to make it
ineffective, Giller said.
A smaller senate, Giller
contends, will put more work on
the senators, but will make the
(SEE 'SENATE / PAGE 2)
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MIKE CAHLIN describes
the emotional impact
and his personal reaction
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Sports 18



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kTh* Florida Alligator, Thursday, March 'll, 1071
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3 British Soldiers Executed
In Belfast Sectarian Violence

BELFAST (UPI) Three British soldiers were
shot to death Wednesday night in the Ligoniel
District of the capital of Northern Ireland, long
the site of sectarian violence between Catholics
and Protestants.
British army headquarters announced the
shooting deaths, and a police spokesman
reported the wounding of a policeman in a
separate shooting* incident earlier in the day.
They gave no details of either incident.
IN ADDITION to the shootings, bomb
explosions Wednesday damaged a bank and a
cigarette factory in the capital, a police

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senators more interested in their
work.
The changes, if they are
passed by the student body in
the spring election, will not be
put into effect until the fall
quarter.
HOWEVER, GILLER said
legislation to make the election
process ready for the fall may be
brought to the senate for
approval on the condition that it
will only take effect if the
constitutional amendments
needed are approved by the
student body.
Giller also mentioned the

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dont. Theres nothing wrong
with saying T dont know.
Most of our students belong
in Santa Fe (Junior College)
where the emphasis is on how to
perform the basic nursing skills
rather than why they are
performed, according to Dean
Smith.
WHEN ASKED, about the
status of the petition for a
curriculum change Miss Lois
Knowles, curriculum committee
chairman and assistant dean of
undergraduate studies in the
college, said a petition for a
skills course was never presented
to the committee by the junior
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senate will be required to go
through a reapportionment
study every other year to see the
one man.one vote concept is
being carried out.
Student Body President Steve
Uhlfelder said he was in favor of
the reapportionment as outlined
by Gillers committee.
THERE MIGHT be a
problem with the turnover by
having elections once a year, he
admits.
However, the reapportion reapportionment
ment reapportionment by colleges, Uhlfelder said,
will make the senate more
representative of the students on
campus; maybe 100 per cent
representative.

class representative, who is a
member of the committee.
The committee is
scrutinizing the curriculum very
carefully in order to improve it
in any way possible. The manner
in which we teach nursing skills
is a frequent topic of discussion
by the committee, Miss
Knowles said.
Investigation into the issues
involved in the necessity of
offering a skills course was met
with student hostility by the
students questioned^
A SENIOR nursing student
told this reporter that theres
enough trouble in this town
without picking on the nurses.
The junior class representative
to the colleges curriculum
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spokesman said. There were no injuries in the
explosions, he said.
The three shooting deaths Wednesday marked
the second consecutive day of slayings by gunfire
in Belfast. One man was killed and three
wounded Tuesday in what police described as a
possible shootout between rival factions of the
underground Irish Republican Army (IRA).
The Ligoniel District is considered neutral
territory in Northern Irelands sectarian and
political strife. An army spokesman said the
bodies of the three soldiers were found by a
roadside near a pub.

Present Senate President Pro
Tempore Ralph Nobo said he
opposed the once a year
elections because the turnover
would be too great.
I think such a turnover will
disorganize the Senate, Nobo
said. There is a possibility we
may have all new senators at one
time and they do not really
know what is going on; and it
takes about two months for the
senators to learn their job well^
* Giller, on the other hand, said
the turnover will not affect the
senate too much, since some
senators will get reelected, and
this will help to maintain some
continuity.
committee refused comment on
the skills class issue because the
senior said the situation did not
involve the Alligator.
These student reactions are
unfortunate, for health care is
everybodys concern. Recent
advances in the UJS. health-care
system has stemmed, to a large
part, from public concern over
the lack of trained professionals
and inadequate facilities.
There is room for
improvement in all phases of our
health-care delivery system,
including the educational
programs of health professionals.
Only by open and candid
discussion of the problems,
whatever they might be, will
lasting remedies evolve.
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Graduate Assistant Silent
Concerning His Arrest

By JAN GODOWN
Alligator Staff Writer.
Contacted at his Gainesville
home Tuesday night, UF
graduate assistant Sam Taylor
would not discuss his recent
arrest by Gainesville Police on
two counts of breaking and enter entering.
ing. entering.
My lawyers have advised me
that its best at this time not to
make any formal statement
about innocence or guilt,
Taylor said. But we hope for a
speedy disposition.
POLICE CHARGED Taylor
with breaking into Able Supply
and Duval Elementary School,
both on N.E. Bth Ave, Sunday
night.
Taylor contends that he is not
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Another bartering
extravaganza will be held by the
Mystical Magical Metaphysical
Experience today in the Plaza
from 2-5 p jn.
People are invited to come
out with their wares and trade
with each other. The Experience
provides an atmosphere for
rapping and giving together. It
enables people to meet other
people in a communion of
brotherhood.
It can be whatever you want
it to be, said Andy Kramer,
driver of the peoples bus, the
mobile trading post, its a
chance forthe people to get close
to each other.
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Study rooms will be made
available to those students who
wish to study for finals beyond
library hours. Rooms 109, 125
and 127 in Little Hall and rooms
227, 229 and 230 in the
Mechanical Engineering Building
will be available from 9 p.m. to
8 a.m. March 13-19 for study
purposes.

guilty. He told friends that he
had been interviewing people, in
the Kennedy Homes apartment
complex located on S.E. Bth
Ave. at the time.
Miss Weida Tucker, one of his
students who had worked with
him on the project the night
before the arrest said, He

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mentioned Saturday that hed be
going back Sunday evening some
time. In fact, I was going to help
him Sunday night, but I didnt
have the time.
The survey that weve been
working on is a black sample to
be used in Sams master thesis,
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Alligator, Thursday, March 11,1971

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By MIKE CAHLIN
Alligator Staff Writer
The plane rolled down the
runway towards the glider and
stopped. A quarter-inch nylon
rope was connected to the nose
of the glider and a few seconds
later the earth and the planes
drew apart.
As the towplane pulled the
glider higher and higher a crowd
of people gathered and watched.
We were spellbound.
EVENTUALLY THEY
landed. I looked at Tom
Kennedy, the Alligator
photographer assigned with me
to take a test ride, and
grabbed my trusty pen,
notebook and World War
I-Snoopy-combat-goggles.
Putting the hat over my head,
we walked to the tow plane
where Tom took pictures as I
fearlessly gave him the famous
thumbs-up signal.
Tom was riding in the tow
plane with Wayne Klaw, the
pilot, and 1 was going gliding
with John Rubino, organizer of
the Florida Soaring Association,
and the person responsible for
this fateful meeting.
John, who had been flying
since he was knee-high to a
propeller, and 1 reached the
glider just as the tow planes
motor revved up behind us.
THE TOW-PLANE pulled in
front of us and John connected
the nylon wire to a little hook
protruding at the nose of the
plane. Coming back he told me
the plane was made out of
aluminum with a steel tube
covered with fabric for a
fuselage. 1 really had no idea

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what he was talking about. I just
realized 1 was going up in the air
with no parachute, crash-helmet
or motor of any kind.
After John towed us up, Tom
was supposedly going to take
some action air shots of the
Alligator reporter cheating
death. My job, if I decided to
take it, was to survive.
I was then strapped in with a
seat belt and two shoulder
harnesses. Next to ray feet were
two pedals which controlled our
left-right direction, and close to
ray legs was the control stick
which eave us any horizontal
position. More and more I was
beginning to feel like Baron Von
Richtofen.
JOHN CALMLY told me we
were going up 3,500 feet, twice
the height for a normal beginner
because Tom wanted some good
pictures.
He also mentioned that the
big red button in front of me
was the release switch and it
should not be released until he
was ready.
The release switch dropped
the rope connecting us with the
tow plane. The problem now
was whether or not I would
release the switch at all.
JOHN SIGNALLED Wayne
with the rudder pedals. Slowly
we began to move and then in
one moment we were sky bound.
John explained to reach 3,500
feet we had to circle the area
and slowly climb in altitude.
The tow ride would be a little
bumpy, but once we released it
would run much smoother.
Climbing gave me an eerie
feeling. The cars and runway
looked toy-like and when John

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showed me a patch of dirt in the
distance that was Gainesville I
began to realize how high 3,500
feet was A l **
I WAS RELAXED,whiIe John
told me it was taking longer than
usual to get up because of the
added weight in the tow plane. I
cursed Tom.
Soon I felt a little queasy.
John began to explain about the
foot pedals and the stick
control.
Slowly I got the feel of the
plane and took control of the
pedals. The idea was to keep the
nose pointed at the center of the
tow-plane and when it began to
climb, point the nose at the
higher of the two wings.
Actually, it was very simple.
When the altimeter reached
3,500, John told me to release
the tow-cord. Closing my eyes, I
obeyed and immediately Toms
plane arched eastwards with the
roaring of a downed Fokker and
suddenly appeared on our left..
THERE WAS Tom with his
trusty camera snapping pictures
a mile a minute. I tried to smile.
A few minutes later
Kennedys plane landed, while
we gently sifted through the
wind. We hit a thermal one and I
almost lost my breakfast. John
was very affable about the entire
thing.
He said I caught on much
faster than the average beginner.
I wondered if he could see my
pale face. We started losing
altitude and I took the controls,
stick and all.
MINUTES LATER o I asked
John to take over and land. We
landed a few seconds later.
I put on my hero face for
Tom who was busily taking
pictures of us landing the
return of the Alligator Ace.
Getting out of the cockpit
shakily, John started talking
about his club.
THE SOARING CLUB,
according to John is a non-profit
student run organization which
has been using Williston airport
for its activity. It is badly in
need of publicity, and is
probably the only thing keeping
John in school, he said.
The main purpose of the
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soaring available as cheaply as
possible.
According to the Florida
Soaring Association Information
sheet, all members are assessed
$lO per month in dues. This
covers the monthly dues, tow
charges and sailplane rentals.
(The club does not own its own
planes. They are rented from
various places on a monthly
basis.) There are also two kinds
of membership. Type A
membership costs $25 and
besides voting privileges, entitles
the member to lower rates which
type B membership costing only
$5 does not.*
HE SAID MOST of the
members, who are UF students,
had never flown before and were
in the beginning stages of
instruction. They would be
ready for solo flights in about
two months. All the flying is
done exclusively on week-ends
because Wayne lives in Daytona
and it is hard for him to
communte.
Students are trained with the
goal of obtaining a private
license. Flying is done only in
good weather.
IT COSTS approximately $5
for a member and $7 for a
non-member for each flight. This
includes tow charges and
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Wayne for the free fun ride.
Promising to write a good
story including Johns phone
number for interested parties,
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and walked with Tom to his
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Jamini Roy To Exhibit Indian Art

By SAYE SUTTON
Alligator Writer
An exhibit by Jamini Roy, a
Bengali artist, will be opened by
Indias Ambassador to the
United States Lakshim Kant Jha
on March 19 at 8 p.m. in the
University of Florida Gallery.
Trained in the realistic art
forms of the Western world, Roy
earned the reputation as an
excellent portrait painter.
Returning to his native village
and the folk art tradition, he
gained prominence as the
father of contemporary Indian
art.
ROYS STYLE assumes
childlike proportions. He paints
themes of the folk people of
Bengal, animals especially
elephants and Christian
motifs. His color context is
bright and basic.
Ambassador Jha came to the
U.S. in 1970 following tenure as
governor of the Reserve Bank of
India. An internationally known
economist, Jha is a connoseuir

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FAMILY NIGHT is an
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Family Night will include a
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of ancient sculpture and a
scholar of literature and
languages.
Thirty-two examples of Roys
paintings, pen and ink drawings,
and wood sculpture will be on
display from March 19 until
April 25. Sharing the exhibit will
be 39 items by Bengali
craftsmen including scroll
paintings, ceramics, sculptures,
and bronze articles.
ALL 71 pieces of Indian art
are from the collection of
Thomas J. Needham of
Jacksonville. Needham met Roy
in 1953 while a public affairs
officer for the U.S. Information
Service in Calcutta.
A University Gallery
collection of miniature paintings
and sculpture from India will be
on exhibit in the Teaching
Gallery through April 1.
The University Gallery is
opened daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
and Sundays 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The Teaching Gallery is open
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Medina Denies Ordering
Killing My Lai Civilians

FT. BENNING, Ga. (UPI)
Capt. Ernest L. Medina testified
Wednesday that he specifically
directed his troops not to kill
women and children at My Lai
and denied that he ordered Lt.
William L Calley Jr. to kill or
waste Vietnamese civilians.
The 34-year-old Army
veteran, his Silver and 3ronze
Star medal ribbons showing on
his tunic, testified calmly in
direct refutation to many of the
points Calley had made as his
own star witness in the
court-martial that could result in
the death penalty with a guilty
verdict.
CALLEY, 27, commanded a
platoon in the infantry company
that Medina led on a
search-and-destroy sweep of the
Vietnamese hamlet on the
morning of March 16, 1968.

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marijuana, Senate President Jerry Thomas of Jupiter said he will ask
the Senate Judiciary Committee to consider reduction of first offense
marijuana possession to a misdemeanor.
Parents and law enforcement people have told me that the
resulting effect of being in prison is far more damaging to the young
person than the initial trying of marijuana, said Thomas. There are
pre-teenagers who cannot even spell the word felon much less know
the difference between a felony and a misdemeanor.
EXISTING LAW MAKES possession a felony punishable by a
maximum five years in jail and $5,000 fine.
Thomas said his suggestion of reducing the offense to a
misdemeanor would apply only in cases involving small amounts of
marijuana and first offenses.
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Calley is charged with the
premeditated murder of 102
men, women and children that
day.
Calley testified earlier that in
a briefing on the evening before
the sweep Medina told his
assembled infantrymen to kill
everything alive in the village
and in answer to a question from
the ranks had said the order
included women and children.
Holding a tiny microphone
sometimes in one hand and
sometimes between his clasped,
twined fingers, the swarthy
captain was led through a long
narrative of events before My
Lai and the assault proper.
THE FEW QUESTIONS asked
were by Col. Reid W. Kennedy,
the judge, on behalf of the
six-officer jury which had called
Medina as the first of three
witnesses of its own who will

end the military trial.
Medina told Kennedy he was
asked questions at the briefing
and one was: Do we kill
women and children?
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vv/ze left alone in your room, turns over
Johann Kaspar Lava ter
Aphorisms on Man
EDITORIAL
Whom Do
You Trust?
Todays American can well be justified in feeling a bit
uneasy at work, on a public street, or in his own home.
This is because there is a very good possibility that he is
being watched at work, followed on the street, or his phone
at home is tapped.
Not in America?
To the contrary, in these days of governmental Big
Brother tactics, it is not mere imagination to offer such
cautions.
Assistant Attorney General William H. Rehnquist, of the
Justice Department, defended snooping on private citizens
this week claiming, The mere gathering of information
does not violate individual constitutional rights.
He made reference to the absence of Supreme Court
rulings against gathering of information and strongly
advised that his department will vigorously oppose any
legislative move to curtail this extraordinarily important
function of the federal government.
We dont view those remarks as a strong enough defense
for bringing back tactics, suspicions and paranoia that make
the era of Sen. Joe McCarthy look placid in comparison.
In pursuing such a course our government is showing a
great lack of confidence in its own policies. Were not sure
what these surveillances are supposed to uncover, but were
not quite ready to swallow another commie infiltrator
theory.
What we do see is a danger of a different nature.
The basic core of what this nation was founded upon is a
good one. It included a conscious mutual trust between the
citizenry and the government they chose to be their
representative.
When the people recognize that a conscious mutual trust
has dissolved, and that in its place has grown a vicious and
uncontrollable air of suspicion, the core has become rotten.
Whil£ we realize that the defense of the nation demands
various unusual procedures, we are not willing to grant that
defense at the expense of individual freedom in everyday
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FLUTED COLUMNS

Have you heard Bobby
Goldsburos latest assault on
good taste? Its called Watching
Scotty Grow.
1 remember seeing the guy
who wrote it on a talk show.
THERE HE was in his leather
pants and his frizzy hair, singing
this twangy old song about how
he had once been a vagabond,
but now, by god, he had settled
down on all his song-writing
royalties and he was just
satisfied to sit around and watch
cute lil ol* Scotty just keep
getting bigger and bigger like a
Sunbeam bread commercial.
This is known as the Sellout
School of Modem Kulture.
Roger Miller started the thing
when he wrote a song about the
hero of 1242 42nd Avenue or
some damned such place.
BASICALLY ALL you need
is a fair to moderate talent, a
pinch of success, a little royalty
money and presto, you get a lot
of heart-warming songs about
being waked up in the morning
by three kids and a basset
hound.

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Assignment Editor Editorial Assistant
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Lil Ol Scotty

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I suppose we are better off
with these relatively innocuous
ditties compared to some of the
delightful tunes Goldsburo and
his ilk have treated us to in years
past.
HONEY WAS a lovely
tune, reminiscent of that also
lovely movie Love Story,
which was recently nominated
for Most Plastic Movie of the
Year by Mattel. (You can tell
its Mattel, Its Swill.)
All those songs center around
the premature death of
somebody extremely cute. And

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Managing Editor

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News Editor

By JOHN PARKER

theres usually a dog somewhere
in them.
Even earlier than the
Honey-types, we used to get
some pretty gory numbers from
the teeny-bopper set. These were
little homey tunes about boy
friends getting killed by falling
trees, girl friends getting killed
by crashing autos, or boy AND
girl friends getting killed
together by driving off cliffs
(they were so upset by then thenparents
parents thenparents lack of understanding,
they didnt see the detour sign.)
COME TO think of it, maybe
things havent improved. I
suddenly recall an exciting
sonada making the air waves
now called DOA.
Its really a hopping number
about what its like to bleed to
death in an ambulance. Groovy.
Listening to these wonderful
old songs is my second most
favorite thing in the world.
My first favorite is sticking
my tongue in a wall socket.

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Bullets
EDITOR:
By chance I saw your Feb.
26th article on the use of
hollow-point cartridges by
campus police. While I am no
ballistics expert either, I know
something of cartridges from
childhood experiences hunting
deer in California.
A high-powered deer rifle
using soft lead bullets (not
hollow-points) leaves a hole the
size of the bullet entering the
body, and a hole from the size
of a fist to the size of a
grapefruit exiting the body.
The same bullet when hitting
bone often splinters, becoming,
in effect, shrapnel.
It is anyones guess what extra
damage a hollow point cartridge
would cause, for it is designed to
flare on impact. A small game
hunter uses a .22 caliber
hollow-point (over the soft lead
bullet) when he wants extra
killing power.
THOMAS EMERY
GREENCASTLE, INDIANA

Midnight, Again...
By MARIAN JEDRUSIAK
Alligator Alignments Editor
Midnight cane again last night. It has a reassuring way of doing
that. And the night show it brings is free and enjoyable.
I like to linger awhile before I go to sleep, waiting for the big hand
and the little hand to stand and hold each dther. Its a nice decisive
way to mark off segments of your life; to know that its midnight and
already a new day. You lived and the world didnt collide with some
crazy asteroid.
GO TO THE window and open the blinds, but first turn out the
electric light. Look into the shadows and the gauze quiet that muffle
the day sounds. Look beyond the realm of measured things. Beyond
time, beyond distance, beyond prepackaged diary-dated memories.
It is your world. It is your life. The throbbing pulse beai of the
earth as it turns becomes a little more still. And all the looming
business of the daylight empire shrinks a little and with it maybe a
few of your worries.
Midnight is discovering time. There were times you ran the
unforgiving minutes into a complete new set of daylight hours. And
you talked til the clock resolved the aching crisis. You endured. And
your pupils dilate at the wide wonderment of it all.
SO WIND OUT smoothly a skein of ebony velvet, the ribbon that
makes your life happy. Reel out a black rope, like the ribbon of your
typewriter that snags, but sometimes runs free. And free makes it all
worthwhile.
There were midnights when everything wasnt ginger peachy. All
the aborted New Years Eves when everyone had such hollow
expectations. So silly to put such emphasis on what is, after all, just
another night in the natural scheme of things.
Reading filled other nights. The isolated magic of printed word on
page captured you in a McLuhanesque dream-world up to the time for
the sun show to start. And the ritual of the all-nighter with its
accompaniment of bitter coffee and hazy, blue cigarette smoke
wearied you. But the ideas began to gel, at least a little.
GOING GENTLY into that good night you reach for the therapy of
wind in your nostrils and through your hair, but gently. Even the
night-shroud is lit gently with filtered star tracings. And if you are
afraid to be pillowed against the dusky, silken sky you can always
reach for a candle.
Midnight can be an anomalous witchery with spooky remembrances
of Halloween and Ichabod Crane. There were giddy slumber parties
when rain hammered down relentlessly and the ghost stories that went
around did their best to create premature cardiac arrest. Relive the
thrill of terror in a hurricane at midnight with you shivering like a
huddled embryo.
The hold that incense has on you comes from Midnight Mass, per
omnia saecula saeculorum, and the subtle opiate of Easter Lillies. You
knelt, praying feverishly for God to really BE.
AND THESE ARE the etchings permanently fixed onto a celluloid
microfilm in your soul. This is the film that will flash before your eyes
before you melt into permanent sleep.
This dead of midnight is the noon of thought. And wisdom
mounts her zenith with the stars.
So if you have to, take a nap. But dont miss midnight s changing ot
the guard nn the vast chessboard df night and; day spaces.
There are enough Wtrievafoje beauties in Kfe siphoned away
forever.

readers forum

Abortion Bill
EDITOR:
On Thursday, March 18, the
Senate Judiciary Criminal
Committee will meet in room 31
of the Capitol from 8:30 a.m. to
6 p.m. to consider six prefiled
abortion bills. Os these six bills,
only one does not require that
abortions be performed in
hospitals SB 78 sponsored by
Senator Reuter. An abortion,
especially when done in the
early stages of pregnancy, is a
simple, uncomplicated operation
which can easily be performed in
a clinic or doctors office.
Treatment in hospitals generally
costs three times what the same
treatment costs in a doctors
office. Our present laws are
unfair because a rich woman can
pay for a safe illegal abortion or
leave the state to get a legal one.
Lets not perpetuate the same
inequality when we change the
law the poor, who need
abortions most, are least able to
cope with the expense and
bureaucratic red tape of
hospitals. You can help by
writing to the chairman of the

Senate Judiciary Criminal
Committee Senator William
Barrow, P.O. Box 486,
Crestview, 32536, and asking
him to support SB 78. Some
tips: If you dont have time to
write a letter, write a few lines
on a post card volume of mail
counts more than the finesse of
individual letters. Dont identify
yourself as a student. When you
go home for spring break, write
to your senator and
representatives -a letter from
your home address will have
more affect than a letter with
the University on the return
address.
CLARK WHITEHORN
Sports
EDITOR:
It is just a shame that such a
fine newspaper like the Alligator
has to suffer greatly because of
its sports coverage. I am
referring to a member of your
sports staff who has continually
reported intramural sports
events in a biased and most
partisan way. Favoritism in the
news is bad enough, but
favoritism in sports reporting is
completely undesireable.
I realize that this individual
has the right to write what he
wishes (according to the U.S.
Constitution; Freedom of
Speech). But freedom of the
Press involves the individuals
right to hear the news in a
straight forward and
unhampered way. For the
airwaves and pressways belong
to the public and not the media.
Perhaps if Mr. Crittenton
attended some of the sports
events he writes about he could
obtain a clearer view of what is
actually taking place. And
therefore he would be able to
inform the public of the clear,
unaltered news that they are
entitled to read.
HAROLD SHAPIRO lUC
Peace
EDITOR:
I just heard once more the
pro-war argument that we must
remain in Viet Nam as long as
Hanoi is holding American
POW*s. Great! Im strongly
opposed to any Americans
sweating it out in any prison,
anywhere (even Raiford), but
let's look at this another way.
I'm not sure of the exact
figures, but the last I remember
we were losing about 50 GJ.s
per week in Southeast Asia. Now
the latest estimate on our men in
Viet Cong prisons placed them
at about 1500, some of whom
are missing in action, so they
may be POWs or they may be
dead. 0.K., so we are killing over
2500 American troops each year
to guarantee the safety and/or
release of less than 1500 POW s?
Our President must be using the
same arithmetic here that he
uses to predict a rosy future for
our economy.
Im not suggesting that we
forget about our men and leave
them to die, but does the
present effort seem worthwhile?
Could it be that the
administration is lying again by
using this reason for justifying
the war?
Weve tried to fight for the

CAPTIONS OUTRAGEOUS*****!
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release of these prisoners and
have failed. If we really want the
POWs released, why dont we
give up this method which is
obviously not working and try
something else?
All we are saying is give
peace a chance.
BILL GOODING, PEACENIK
Attention
EDITOR;
John Parker attention! What
is going wrong in your editorial
office? Look ... right on the
other page across from you.
There is a brave soul that is
expressing an opinion that you
should be afraid of and mistrust.
Surely the Alligator is going
to put a stop to those fanatic
ravings of that right winger
Bruce Alper. What is our student
body President Stevie U doing in
a time when we need him? Now
is the time Steve, quick get up a
petition and sign it for all of us
to purge ole Bruce off those
hollowed pages. Surely the
Alligator won't let Bruce
continue writing such lies when
Brother John needs all that
space to tell us that he doesnt
know what to write about again
today. If you keep this up we
are going to have to let the boys
at Harvard and Yale know, and
then there goes your chances for
the big time.
Just in case you decide to
publish Mr. Alper's column again
(perish the thought) why dont
you try hiding it in the back
with the sports. Os course no
one looks at the sports any
more, for they are preoccupied
with more important matters
such as the trading bus in the
Plaza. Then no one would be
harmed if they accidentally ran
across Mr. Alpers article and
even had the guts to read it all
the way through. I mean, it is
subversive or something isnt it?
Write on Bruce.
/oU\t K)\ /Vi\v V'Ui \>Vi' U' \ 'V
JOHN PATRICK HART 111 3AS

Thursday, March 11,1971,1Ta Florida Alligator,

Truth
EDITOR:
We keep reading that the
University of Florida Campus
Housing is filled, men sleeping in
lobbies, etc.
Yet when we requested
Housing to release two upper
class brothers from their housing
contracts, we were refused.
Housings reason: we have too
many vacancies and cannot
release them to live in the new
Sigma Nu house.
Dr. Riker, just what is the
truth?
The Men of Sigma Nu
West
EDITOR:
The questionable handling of
my academic career by David
West leads me to write to you.
I was expelled from the UF
by West for breaking open
housing during the fall quarter.
My records were flagged and
registration was not permitted
for the winter quarter.
On Wests request, he received
a written request for a prompt
trial. To this date, I have not
received a reply. He had
promised a trial during the
winter quarter.
During this quarter, West
received a second request
containing the information of
rights entitled to the student by
the student conduct code. These
include a prompt trial and a
written statement of the charge.
West has not replied.
After a third time, West wrote
and said he must see my parents.
My parents also asked what the
formal charge is.
This is a public request for my
student rights. These time killing
tactics will keep me out of
school for another quarter.
\V\ 'i\\\ '>** v.ivi '.U'u 1!
WILLIAM CASLAR

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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

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 Gllera" motorcycle only
5700 miles 124 cc $175 or best offer.
Call 376-9473 Gene. If Im not there,
leave name and No. (A-3t-100-p)
Sprite 1967, new clutch. Excellent
4303 NW 21st Dr. 378-8260 after 5
PM (G-3t-100-p)
New 10-speed schwinn continental
must sell, will take best offer, call
Johnny Hickock, 372-7720, anytime
(A-3t-100-p)
1968 honda CL 175 scrambler 6400
ml. excellent condition, tool kit,
S4OO. call Jerry for more info.
376-1127 (A-3t-95-p)
Sansul 2000 amplifier only used 25
hrs. will sell for $225 cost S3OO new
call Terry 378-8403 after 5 pm sony
tapedeck 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)
For Sale girls 26 inch BIKE S2O
please call 373-2798 (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)
Sansui 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 more information
(A-2MOO-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)
tame baby ferrets coons monkeys
bobcats ocelots skunks parrots hawks
snakes lizards turtles for sale trade or #
buy Kongo Pet 475-2546 (local)
(a-t6t-55-p)
Trailer Furnished SIOOO Total Price
Live In Or Rent Annual Income S6OO
378-8490 (A-st-97-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)
SUPER SALE Blank 8-track 80 min
tapes 6 for $9.95 MUNTZ STEREO
319 N.W. 13 St. (a-20t-89-p)
TROMBONE perfect conn.
Constellation, worth $455, will
sacrifice for $325 Must Sell I call Rick
at 392-9524 call after 5 (a-st-98-p)
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Horlow Cynthia P Cosier Goldie Glitter
Andieo Whips, Patti Cokes. Lixie K Kofy
" 'Groupies' is a horror
movie, except that
, the people in it are real,
painfully real."
Kathleen Carroll-
Daily News
Wednesday, March 10 &
Thursday, March 11
5:30,8:00,10:30
Union Auditorium
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FOR SALE

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)
Yamaha 250 street bike less than
10,000 miles, new chain and stocket
excellent street and road
transportation S3OO o, 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)
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)
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. Cal
Harvey at 373-3127 after 5
(A-st-99-p)
Gerts a gay girl ready for a whirl
after cleaning carpets with Blue
Lustre. Rent electric shampooer sl.
Electric upholstery shampooers also
available. Lowry Furniture Co.
(A-tfc)
Stero equipment benjamin miracord
770 H turntable sansui TR 707A
transistor stero tuner amp. sony 250
tapedeck S4OO see at Eternal
Exchange 373-4311 (A-2t-101-p)
SCHOOL BUS, 1951 Ford current
inspection sticker, set up as camper.
$350 STANDEL Amp Super Imperial
Call 378-9030 eve (A-lt-101-p)
12x60 Artcraft Mobile Home Like
New 2br Full carpet Central air
dishwasher garb disp. 12x32 patio
cover window awning 372-0987 aft.
5 (A-2t-101-p)
8-track cartridge tape player 2
speakers, 40 watt amp, headphones
all practically new sl2O or best
offer caH Susan at 373-3153
(A-2t-101-p)
WATERBEDS From $69. 319 W.
University Ave. 11:30-5:30, Tues.
Sat. Waterbeds of Gainesville
(Ar2t-101-p)
FOR RENT
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2 Bdrm furn apt available March 15
a/c heat, near campus. $122/quar.
Option for summer S9O. Call
378-4843 anytime. (b-st-98-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)
Roommate needed for the place",
have your own room right across
from tigert. live in comfort and
convenience for $82.50 per mo. call
373-4346 (B-4t-99-p)

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FOR RENT
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1 male roommate spring quarter 1
blk from campus. Rent Includes prlv
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)
Female Roommate wanted for spring
quarter one bedroom garage apt near
town $25 per mo plus V 2 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, well-furnished, A/c,
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)
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 4
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 utllites. Call 378-2221 apt 308
1225 SW Ist Ave (B-3t-100-p)
Need 1 male roomate to share Unlv.
Gardens Trace apt. Spring and/or
summer quarter S7O/mo. + V* phone
& electric bldg 712 apt 306 372-5246
(B-3t-100-p)
Male roommate wanted spring qtr at
Unlv Gard Trace AC pool cable TV
S4B a month + 1/3 utilities call
3 78-8993 after 5:00 (B-lOt-95-p)
Female roomate wanted University
Gardens, nice people, A/C, pool, TV,
$47.50 per month. Call Gwen at
373-3212. (B-3MOO-P)

FOR RENT
V.V.V.%V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V..V.V.V.V.V
Large efficiency apt 4 blocks from
campus for spring and summer, pool,
a.c. etc. SBS per month suitable for 1
or 2. Phone 373-3149 (B-2t-101-p)
One bedroom furnished apt. air
conditioned shag carpet available
anytime only three blocks from
campus $l3O call Kathy 373-3153
(B-2t-101-p)
Male roommate needed for spring, La
Bonne Vie apts 2 bdrm 2 bath
372-7569 (B-2t-101-p)
male roommate Immediately 2 bdrm,
2 bths, a/c, furnished Gatortown
47.50 + V* utilities. Call 376-1316 apt
257 (B-2t-101-p)
Sublet 1 townhouse la mancha apt.
40 furn. 4 bdrs. free col. cab tv, lVz
baths pool $75 incl. util., own bdr,
(anytime begin spring qtr. thru Aug)
376-1851 (B-st-101-p)
Sublet lbr furnished apt 1 block
from campus $75 mo call 372-8986
(B-2t-101-p)
Sublet: modern 1 bdrm. furn. apt.,
a/c, private patio, 4 blocks from
campus, Ig. closets, quiet area,
offstreet parking, SIOO. 372-6558
(B-2t-101-p)
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Two roommates needed la bonne vie
apts N 0.346 townhouse with all the
extras call Mark 373-4230 or come
by 53.75 plus utilities (B-2t-101-p)
To sublet one room. 60 mo incl. util,
kitchen prlv. Central A and H. 3
blocks from campus 304 NW 15th St
male only ph 378-8122 (B-2t-101-p)
Room/Apt for Male-share bath and
kitchen-maid/linen sorvlce-Aircond
$76/mo-fnc all util, separate entr. 1
block from campus No. 6 102 NW
13th Street. Call Den at 376-9389
(B-2t-101-p)
1 Bedroom furnished apt, village 34,
air, private patio, near westgate,
available April 1. 373-1376
(B-2t-101-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)
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)
Female roomate, 4 bedroom
townhouse apts. the place, $72 a
mo. 376-4089 (C-3t-100-p)
Exam
Extra Extravaganza
vaganza Extravaganza
Monday, March 15
Behold a Pale Horse
m
starring Gregory Peck,
Anthony Quinn,
and Omar Sharif
Union Auditorium
8:00 pm free
ALSO
Celebration will play
from 9 till 11 on the
South Terrace
Wednesday,March 17
Dead Heat on a
Merry-go-Round
Wm -xn-V iukfh* jflk V^H
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starring James Coburn and
. Cam ilia Sparv

WANTED
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)
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-2MOO-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)
2 male roommates wanted. The Place
Apartments. $76 monthly including
utilities. Private bedrooms. Call
372- (C-3t-100-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-3t-100-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)
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)
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WANTED
3 female roommates to share air con
heated apt with one other girl pool
private bedrooms 70 a month utilities
included call 373-3454 (C-3t-100-p)
Female roommate Williamsburg
$52.50 mo. + V utilities Apt. 27 ph
376-2129 (C-3t-100-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; lVi mi. 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, kitchen priviledges and
bedroom air conditioning. Must be in
NW section call 372-7361 and state
your qualifications. (C-3t-100-p)
Female roomate spring qtr. for
poolside village park apt. 48.00/mo.
plus V 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 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)
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)
Need one female rommate.
$ 53.75/mo. + V. utilities. Last
months rent free. La Bonne Vie
N 0.338 373-2923 Immediate
Occpancy for Spring Quarter. A/C,
dishwasher, pool (C-2t-101-p)
Female roommate wanted to share 1
bdr. apt. loifc N.E. 7th St. 37.50 a
mo. + V? utilities call Jan 372-1532
pets welcome (C-lt-101-p)

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WANTED
- H *P couple or single wanted to share
two bdrm apt. own room ,70.00 912
S.W. 6th Ave. ac/carpet backyard call
7^ 3281 ava,) immediately
(C-4t-99-p)

roommate to share apt 2 blocs from
campus pool and color tv. come to
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.m. or 2:00 P.M. 103
S.E. Ist St. (C-3t-99-p)
Female roomate (1 or 2) wanted for
two bedroom apt on 16th Ave ac &
color TV. also Interested in
subleasing if interesteo call 378-0796
(C-2t-101-p)
Female roommate needed spring
quarter for VP apt. $48.00 + V*
utilities. 376-9829 (C-2t-101-p)
male roommate $75 month, move in
now March paid up. La Mancha
376-9432 (C-2t-101-p)
Roomate Wanted Large Individual
Room 60.00 Spring Quarter Call
376-3622 Anytime 5-6 best
(C-2t-101-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)
Female roommate Spring quarter to
share master bdrm la bonne vie apts
private bath all the luxuries of living
at home call 373-2219 (C-2t-101-p)
HELP WANTED
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)

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AUTOS
*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
!.:.:.v.v.v.:.v.v.r.r.:.;.;.v.v.v.
1958 MG A 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)
MERCEDES-BENZ 220 SE, 1961
excellent condition, genuine black
leather Interior, sliding sunroof, new
paint j0b,, 1 fuel-injected engine,
SISOO, call 378-8432. (G-4t-99-p)

Thursday, March 11,1971, The Florida Alligator,

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AUTOS
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)
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)
1968 Flat Spider Convertible call
378-5321 or after 6 call 454-1659
(G-3t-99-p)
1964 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, 378-6785,
make offer (G-4t-99-p)
Ramblers 63 2 door and 4 door $250
Each Inspected 378-8490 (G-st-97-p)
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)
69 Flat 850 coupe, excellent
condition, new tires, low mileage.
Need to sell before spring break,
must sacrifice. SI2OO 392-8168
(G-2t-101-p)
*6B 442 navy blue, white Int, 4
speed, stereo deck, ps, most all parts
replaced, excellent condition call
Randy 376-8508 (G-2t-101-p)
1966 Karma'i Ghla, mlchelin radlals
good condition buying new gh 1 must
sell call 376-9335 ask for John, also
beat up stereo sls (G-2t-101-p)
Co-Eds Facial Hair removed forever,
fast, low-cost gentle hair removal.
Edmund Dwyer.
Electrologlst... 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)
For the best and lowest priced bike
repairs see Charlie at 103-6 NW 10 St
4-9 pm (J-llt-92-p)

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PERSONAL
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)
Pack your knapsack for adventure!
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)
Swinging tour to Europe Ivg. August
22, 1971 $699 per person
all-inclusive-7 countrles-2 days-Prof
Julian Pleasants, 424 little hall
(J-3t-100-p)

10 Speed Vista Bicycles
rMjv\ s 73. ,5
Repairs Parts
Bicycle Center
1620 W. Univ. Ave
University Plaza
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BEST ACTOR Jo n "aney&Ray Milland I
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shows I BsSU v Actress I
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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 nlte (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 youre
great and that is that! (J-lt-100-p)
professional DRAFT COUNSELING
Medical-Legal-Psychologic open
weekends Tel: 891-3736 2135 Ixora
Road No. Miami, 33161 (J-4t-99-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)
Term papers accurately typed fast
former secretary bklyn college nyc
50 cents $ up 373-1984 days
373-1429 aft. 6 (J-4t-99-p)



f Exercise Run
Resumes Tonight

By MARIAN JEDRUSIAK
Alligator Assignments Editor
Part two of the split run of
the Florida Players production
of Five Finger Exercise opens
tonight and will run nightly
through March 13.
The curtain will rise on the
two-act high tension drama at 8
p.m. at the H.P. Constans
Theater.
THE FLORIDA PLAYERS
production directed by Richard
Lake has been undergoing some
patchwork in the interim
between last weeks presentation
and tonights.
Apparently a run of bad luck,
such as overlapping rehearsals
with the earlier production of
Little Mary Sunshine, left
little time for rehearsal which
may have contributed to a
somewhat lackluster
production, according to
Alligator News Editor Ken
McKinnon, who reviewed the
play.
According to Lake, there will
be no basic changes, but a
general tightening up to
achieve an ensemble quality in
the production.
LAKE SAID the purpose of
the Florida Players is to learn
from experience. The student
has to learn from his mistakes,
he said.
However, Lake is optimistic
about the second half of the
split fun.
Called a near-tragedy in two
acts, the play deals with the

Arte Johnson To Star
In His Own Special
HOLIYWOOD (UPI) Arte Johnson, the German soldier, the
Russian loser and the dirty old man of Rowan and Martins
Laugh-In, will star in his own television special titled Ver-r-ry
Interesting.
One of the original zanies of the Laugh-In, Johnson may follow
Judy Carne, Goldie Hawn, Joanne Worley and others who have left
the highly rated show.
I dont know if Ill be with the series next year, the little
comedian said.
Ive fulfilled my four-year contract and my obligations to the
producers. This special Im doing is a pilot. If its sold as a series of its
own, naturally Ill do it.
But I cant walk away from 4 Laugh-In blindly.
Johnson as in the case of all Laugh-In performers, is featured in
black-outs, quick hits, one-liners and visual gags.
The pace of the show precludes long sketches.
The special gives me an opportunity to say something beyond one
or two lines, he said. I have a chance to give my characters some
depth and also to show audiences the real Arte Johnson.
Ill be doing sketches with Elke Sommer and Bing Crosby using
Rosmenko, the half-baked Russian; Tyrone, the dirty old man; and
Wolfgang, the helmeted German yardbird along with the professor.
These characters are at least 20 years old. I was using them long
before I came to Laugh-In.
Johnson has a quick wit and a sharp tongue in the give and take of
reparte. He also is possessed of a paternal pride in such diverse idiots
as Tyrone Rosmenko and Wolfgang.
He talks of new facets of their personalities surfacing on his special.
Joyfully he announced that Wolfgang would sing on the show. He
speaks of Rosmenko using the characters first name, Pyotr.
Every character I play is an underdog, he said. Thats why
audiences have taken to them. The public will get to know them
better on my special which isa return to lire old form of variety show.

SUE OWENS
... plays mother
problems of parent-child
communication. It deals with
the conflict arising from children
desiring to enter creative fields
rather than aspiring toward
so-called honorable
professions such as medicine,
teaching, or law.
STARRING IN Five Finger
Exercise are John Schatz as
Clive, the son, Marshall Breeze as
a young German tutor, Sue
Owens and Sam Zimmerman as
the mother and father and
Jennifer Pritchett as the
daughter.
The drama is intense and
very relevant, Lake said.
Students should take a break
from their studies and see it.
Tickets can be obtained at the
Union Box Office for 75 cents
for UF students, $1 for other
students, and $1.50 for the
general public.

GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

PERSONAL
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)
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)
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)
Edgar Cayce state cons. Mar. 19, 20.
21 Eustis, Fla. Call 373-2546 or
3 7 2- 7 8 8 3 for info and
transportation. (J-4t-99-p)
RIDING CLINIC john Wallace ahsa
judge will conduct huntseat clinic at
sleepy hollow horse farm on Sat 20
Mar 10 am state rd 234 ph 373-1059
(J-2t-101-p)
SPANGLED STAR I cant believe
it! thanks for a most enjoyable
weekend, youre the greatest! swinger
and alex in wonderland (J-lt-101-p)
You can get fine handcrafted
SANDALS at THE ETERNAL
EXCHANGE 804 W. Univ. Ave
(J-2t-101-p)
Neither doubt nor vow. A paradox is
its own definition. (J-lt-101-p)
-*¥-¥¥¥¥¥¥¥*
IRGFi
J Free Concert J
Friday, March 12
7* 9pml2 midnight J*
C Union £
M South Terrace i.
sponsored by the J.W.R. Union

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PERSONAL
FAR F. out Tie-dyed block print
velvet shirts and pants from London.
The best leather pants and jackets in
town. Mr. Natural and Keep on
Truckin T-shirts. A great new
shipment of belts. Another batch of
silver studs. Blue jeans, all sizes, all
rises. And dont forget your
GAINESVILLE GREEN decals and
patches. All this and Jagger, too, at
the SUBTERRANEAN CIRCUS 10
SW 7th St Open 10 till 10 daily.
(J-2t-101-p)
You crossed univ ave at crystal at
855 am wed march 3 passed between
bldg d & anderson wore white jeans
were in a hurry slow downl I want to
meet you call 376-4093 after 9 pm
(J-2t-101-p)
Kathy Sorry for the put down. I
really am I care and hurt and miss
you but just hear an echo for my
response F S no sweat Babe Flowers
dont live forever You always make
it somewhere I hope we both do ED
(J-lt-101-p)
Happy Birthday Rogrv youre 2 yrs
older again. Hope this yr. and rest
wllf be great for you. Wir.i we were
360 miles closer, miss you bunches,
will call 6 p.m. I love yov b.c.
(J-lt-101-p)
Nanny I love you yes I do. Only 193
DTG & time flies. Thanks for the xx
Sday presents. Hows the olwaist &
legs etc. bridge & letters 800800
(J-lt-101-p)
Having trouble with I.D.s? Aquire
your own FIVE piece
IDENTIFICATION SET. Send
photo, all pertinant information, and
$7.50 to: fIDENTO, P. 0.8. 4129,
Stanford California (J-2t-101-p)
LOST <& FOUND
Reward offered for lost mans watch.
Sentimental value. Please call
378-4346 (L-3t-101 p)
ladles gold Seiko watch, brushed
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
373-2798 Thanks (L-3t-100-p)

IpaVtMP 2H" A FKANKOVtCH PRODUCTION
pill fW DOCTORS
...And Forgin
Them Their UIIVCa 545
** SEE IT ALL
WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT FIGHT
SMOKIN JOE FRAZIER
VERSUS
MUHAMMED ALI
BLOW-BY-BLOW
Highlights of 15 rounds of the biggest action
IN COLOR
-PLUS -PLUSFEATURE
FEATURE -PLUSFEATURE HIT
"Whatever Happened to Aunt Alice?"

LOST <& FOUND
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)
FEMALE POODLE found In S.s.
area. Call 372-3284 to identify.
(L-3t-99-nc)
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-3MOO-NC)
SERV ICES
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)
JUST $39.50 will raise your average
to an A! Success in Learning. Money
back guarantee. Call Chris at
378-2912. (M-2MOO-P)
Ruby's 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)
Alternators generators starters
electrical systems tested and repaired.
Auto-Electric Service, 1111 S. Main
378-7330. Now! BankAmericard adn
Master Charge, (m-tfc)
Were wired for sight at the smallest
eyeglass office in town. Drive your
own waiting room to UNIVERSITY
OPTICIANS at 519 SW 4th Ave.,
across from Greyhound Bus Station,
3 78-4480. (m-tfc)
INCOME TAX returns prepared 35
N. Main St. 378-9666 or 378-6127
Haber & Budd Accountants
(m-46t-5 /-p)
HORSES BOARDED sleepy hollow
horse farm box stalls tack room
lighted ring wooded trails pasture
convenient to u'v ph 373-1059
(M-2t-101-p)



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KWIK BRAND FROZEN CUBED I 1-LB. i|
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CORNED BEEF 78:1 LIVER I
BIG STAR EXTRA VALUE BUYS! I lb. O 9 I
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REFRESHING CANNED SAUCE jar 49(
COCA-COLA yams a io<
SAVE HON ORCHARD CHARM GRAPEFRUIT I UR PRIDE HAMBURGER OR WIENER
CaSs' I{V S r JUICE CAN Z '32t I FRESH DII K| C FRESH I
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BASKETBALL COACHES LOOKING FOR FIVE PROSPECTS
Recruiting In Full Swing For Gators

The big search for high school
prospects is now in full swing by
Gator head basketball coach
Tommy Bartlett.
Presently, Bartlett and his
co-horts on the coaching staff
Bill Henry, Dick Davis and Jim
McCahren have either left or are
in the process of leaving
Gainesville in search of five
basketball players to replace the
graduating seniors from this
years squad.
BUT IT wont be easy.
According to Assistant Sports
Information Director Bert
Lacey, who took a recruiting
mission for the university in
January, the competition is
keen.
We are competing with the
likes of Kentucky and Tennessee
in the Southeastern
Conference, Lacey said. And
it is rough trying to convince the
prospect that one school is
better than another.
On his trip to his old home
state of Indiana (Lacey lived in

The
Florida
Alligator

By MARK ROSNER
Alligator Sports Writor
The days of knighthood and chivalry still exist on the
UF campus.
The UF fencing club, which is financed by the
intramural department, is not a very well-known
organization on campus but it does exist.
ITS A DIFFICULT sport to get into because of the
many years of training needed to become proficient at it,
Richard Hubbell, a member of the club, said.
Fencing came from the idea of dueling and finally
evolved into a sport.
There are three basic weapons used in fencing: the foil,
the epee and the sabre. In using the foil, the fencer
usually aims for the torso. The tip of the foil is made of
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Kokomo), Lacey was busy
getting to games and talking
with coaches.
IN THE FOUR days I was
there, I covered nearly 500
miles. During that time, I saw six
games, three each on Friday and
Saturday. And just before I
caught my plane back here on
Monday, I saw another game in
Indianapolis, Lacey said.
Lacey agrees with those that
say Indiana is one of the best
basketball states in the country
along with Illinois, Tennessee,
Kentucky and the cities of
New York and Washington,
D.C.
Lacey was chosen to go on
that trip because of his
connections with some of the
coaches. I knew some of them

(coaches) when I recruited for
Lake City Junior College,
Lacey said. At Lake City, Lacey
was the assistant basketball
coach three years before coming
to UF last year.
AS IF RECRUITERS dont
have their hands full with
watching games and reading
press releases, video tapes of
previous games are also shown to
the recruiter.
Indiana has some high
schools that take video tape of
the games. In Lafayette, the
coach showed me three game
films, Lacey said.
Now you have to realize that
Indiana high school basketball is
something big, Lacey
explained. The kids there play

THE EPEE has an electrical contact on the tip that will
set off a light when contact is made with the opponent
who is wearing a receiving device. In this way the judges
can tell when contact is made. The sabre has a blunted
metal tip and is the most dangerous, according to Hubbell.
Points are awarded against a fencer when his opponent
makes contact with him. When one fencer has a total of
five points he loses the duel.
It is like playing a physical chess game because of the
psychology involved, Hubbell said. You try to
out-think the other guy.
HUBBELL SAID the only way anyone can get hurt is if
it isnt played right. When the blade breaks its like
broken glass.
The fencers are well equipped before they enter the
mat. Besides wearing a wire mesh mask, they also wear

Two capital improvements have begun for the UF
Athletic Department. In the photo at the left, the
east side of Florida Gym is undergoing a face lifting
as it prepares for air conditioning in time for next
year's basketball season. At the right, the south end

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in gyms that seat anywhere from
3,500-10,OCX) people.
IN SOME PLACES, the gym
seats more than the population
of the town. But when game
time rolls around, the gym is
full, Lacey said.
Since the Indiana player is
accustomed to playing in packed
gyms, that fact may be a
detriment for the Gators.
Not really, Lacey said.
The kids dont know anything
about Florida Gym. They figure
since they play to capacity
crowds, every university would
also be packed for its games.
When the player talks to you, he
naturally thinks that your school
has a coliseum that is sold out
for each game.
WHEN THE PROSPECT
finally does come to Gainesville,
he is given the grand tour of the
university. Eventually, Florida
Gym is shown to him in some
cases, he loses interest.
You know I cant figure
some of the kids out, Lacey

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS

MARTY PERLMUTTER
Executive Sports Editor

I, Tht Florida Alligator, Thimday, March 11,1971

plastron garmet under a cotton jacket. They also wear a
pair of cotton knickers.
Fencers are very tradition-minded. Before each duel,
the fencers salute their opponent, the judge and the
honored guests. Before a duel using sabre blades, the
fencers shake hands.
THE SPORT is most popular in Hungary, Czechoslavkia
and Russia. There are only about 6,000 fencers in the
United States and there are 12 members of the UF fencing
dub.
Within the club is the Florida Fencers which is the
competition team. These fencers travel around the
Southeast meeting different schools. Most of the fencers
that participate in the duels are aiming for spots on the
Olympic team, according to Hubbell.
Yes, the days of knighthood still exist today at the
UF ... fencing anyone?

zone bleachers are in the process of being tom
down. The piling under the stands need to be
bolstered to be insured for next season. Photos by
Phil Cope.

said. In the four years he will
be here, the prospect will spend
about 60 hours in the gym for
games.
Lacey said that if Florida had
a coliseum, they would draw
rings around the other SEC
schools.
MOST NORTHERN boys
look at the state of Florida with
beaches, sand and sun. Now, I
am sure that, lets say John
Mengelt of Auburn had the
option of playing in similar
coliseums in Auburn or in
Gainesville he would have
chosen here because of the
closeness to the beach, Lacey
said.
Recruiters for the Gators have
the educational* system and the
SEC as two pluses for their spiel.
Being in the SEC definitely
has advantages. The kids want to
play against teams like Kentucky
SEE RECRUITING PAGE 20



Phi ChsftW Jhetd *
O range League Cage Title

Phi Delta Theta captured the
Orange League handball title
defeating the TEPs in close
action Wednesday. The Phi Delts
reached the finals by stopping
Sigma Nu in the semis.
The win enabled the Phi Delts
to make the biggest move in the
standings as they went from a tie
for eighth place to sole
possession of fourth.
SIGMA CHI maintains its
hold on first place with 608
points. The Sigs are looking
forward to next quarter where
they expect to be strong in golf,
track and softball.
The Sigma Nus picked up
some ground on the Sigma Chis
in handball and now only trail
by 48 points. The SAEs,
however, fell to 91 points
behind die Sigma Chis. The Phi
Delts are 108 points back.
Rounding out the top eight
are AEPi with 480 points, Beta
Theta Pi with 467, Phi Tau with
459, and TEP with 448. Pi
Kappa Phi, FIJI, Pi Lam, and
ATO are also above 400.
In the Blue League, Delta Tau
Delta captured the handball
crown defeating the Theta Chis.
The Delts have now won every
sport this quarter and five of the
six sports offered this year. In
the process they have extended
their lead over the rest of the
league to 170 points.
IN THE LAW League
basketball finals, the Personal
Fouls, behind the 15 point
effort of Forrest Blue stomped
the favored Ballbusters 41-29 to
win the championship. The
Busters were favored on the
strength of all-stars Kevin
Suffern and Frank Saier but
both were harnessed by the
Fouls.
In Engineering Action,
Industrial won the basketball
championship by edging ENE
40-34. Hager scored 14 points
for Industrial while Gray led
ENE with 10.
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the Baptists 15-2,15-9.
In the Dorm all campus
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Sailing Club Big Winner Over Miami

By STUART FARB
Alligator Correspondent
High winds killed a hurricane
this past weekend at Lake
VVauberg.
The 20 mile per hour winds

Recruitin
and in the SEC, they have that
chance, Lacey said.
BUT AS A MEMBER of the
SEC, the Gators have also run
into deteriorating motives to its
recruiting.
Before this year, any player
from a junior college had to have
a certain grade on the entrance
examination as well as having a
2.0 average and the degree from
the junior college, Lacey
explained.
But now the test grade has
been dropped and you just need
the degree and a 2.0 average in a
minimum of 64 credit hours
earned.
COACH HENRY, who has the
junior college beat, was in
Oklahoma last week for the
regional junior college
tournament and will travel to
Hutchinson, Kan., for the
National Junior College Finals
this week.
Football coaches here had it
easy compared to basketball
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Hurricane sailing club to a
76-130 defeat to the Gator
sailers Saturday.
THE VICTORY, the second
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to recruit. But basketball
coaches, far less in number, have
a wider area to cover.
Recruiting is a fierce,
cut-throat game played by just
about every college and
university around the country.
Each offers a prospect
something one better than the
previous.
AND THE REWARDS for the
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It is a game of cat and mouse.
But for the recruiter, it is a
tiring game of travel and
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accomplished on seven first
place finishes out of a possible
10.
The UF sailers had defeated
the University of South Florida
43-75 the weekend before.
For the Gators, it was sweet
revenge as the Hurricanes had
captured the last regatta
between the clubs in November
at Lake Wauberg.
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junior class in the opening race
of the contest. For Yandow, it
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was the second week in a row he
has captured that class. Gator
teammate Randy Paulfus came
in second.
In the sunfish division, it was
all Gators as Roger Rukin, John
Tack and Helen Herr took the
top three places to knock out
the Miami skippers.
Faculty advisor, Dr. Billy
Thomas said the victory was
impressive. He went on to say

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that the sail club definitely is in
line for top collegiate honors in
the state.
The meet was the final one
for the winter quarter as the
club will rest until the spring
quarter in April. Scheduled
meets next quarter include
Rollins College, Florida State
University, the Hurricanes again
and the University of South
Florida in a repeat performance.