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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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Ball: No Housing Shortage

By CAROL BRADY
Alligator Writer
There has never been over
capacity in the campus
dormitories, said Mr. Joseph
Ball, administrative assistant of
the UF Office of Housing. No
one is sleeping in study
lounges.
Ball made these comments in
regard to a recent letter
published in The Alligator,
March 11. Members of Sigma Nu
submitted the letter after
Housing refused to release two
of their brothers from their

Gay Lib Holds Workshop To Reach Public

By TOM CORNELISON
Alligator Staff Writer
The Gainesville Gay
Liberation Front (Gay Lib)
sponsored a workshop
meeting Thursday for
the purpose of reaching out a
hand to the public according to
Julius Johnson, Gainesville Gay
Lib chairman.
Members of Gay Liberation
held the workshop under a tree
in the Plaza of the Americas and
discussed their views with any
interested passers-by.
A MIMEOGRAPHED SHEET
given to participants explained
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Hie Gator
THE USE of animals for
medical tests is discussed by
Dr. Alvin Moreland of thy
Health Center page 2
Index
Classifieds 13
Editorials 8
Letters 9
Movies 14
Page of Record 12
Sports. 20
Whats Happening 6

dorm contracts so that they
might live in the fraternity
house.
ACCORDING TO THE letter,
there seemed to be some
discrepancy between the refusal
and recent publicity concerning
a shortage of on-campus
housing.
Ball explained that there are
usually more people than
space at the beginning of fall,
but that accomodations are
found as the quarter progresses.
By the end of the first quarter
students are situated and there

the goals of Gay Lib:
Encounter people of the
community, both gay and
straight in encounter groups
and social events.
Inform the public of the
nature of the affection and
sexuality which exists between
persons of the same sex.
Promote personal growth
and freedom for all people.
Co-operate with such
organizations as the United
Peoples Movement.
Protect those who "are
frightened or lonely as a result
of their sexual behavior.
The workshop was the second
public meeting of Gay Lib at
UF. The first meeting had been a
failure according to Gay Lib
member Andy Hughes, because
Most people didnt have the
nerve to showup.
1 dont see any reason why
our members shouldnt show
up, Hughes added.
JOHNSON REVEALED Gay
Lib had had difficulty with the
UF Public Functions Office
concerning the meeting. For an
organization to meet-publicly at
UF, according to Johnson, the

Florida Alligator

VoL 63, No. 102

STUDENTS CONDUCT SURVEY

UF Officials Attitudes
Prejudicial Says Poll

By RANDY BELLOWS
Alligator Staff Writar
The overt prejudicial
attitude towards blacks of UF
administrative officials was the
consensus of a black
perceptions poll conducted by
two UF political science
students.
The poll, detailing black
dissatisfaction in virtually every
phase of student life on the UF

are some vacancies, he said.
There is no critical shortage.
We have an average number of
vacancies during the year, he
commented.
Concerning Housings refusal
to allow the fraternity men to
break their contracts, Ball stated
that their request was denied
because they asked to be
released in order to move into
their fraternity house. After fall
quarter, when there is a
substantial amount of empty
rooms, releases are authorized
only under severe and critical
circumstances, he explained.

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organization must have campus
recognition or be sponsored by a
recognized campus
organization.
Johnson said he was informed
that Gay Lib could not meet at
the Plaza next time. A

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

campus was conducted by
sophomore Philip Gauze, and
junior Andrew Schuster.
FOR MANY BLACK students
the polls 18 questions dealing
with equality, racism, and
opportunity were just not
enough and added their own
comments.
Eleven per cent of the 371
blacks on campus were polled
and several patterns consistently
emerged. The 70 per cent block
identifying a prejudicial attitude
divided their contention into the
different sectors of campus.
Sixty per cent of the block
credited the administration with
exhibiting discrimination,
followed closely by recognized
non-faculty staff.
Approximately one-fifth found
students to be a source of racial
prejudice.
Few blacks polled questioned
whether the administration had
been responsive to black needs.
Over 90 per cent felt it
definitely hadnt with an
overwhelming majority
denouncing their education as
meaningless.
A SERIOUS LACK of black
courses was cited as the main
dissatisfaction. While most

spokesman for the Public
Functions office denied giving
Johnson the warning, saying
that (the prohibition of further
public meetings) is not the
essence of what he (Johnson)
was told.

The

Friday, March 12, 1971

students specifically mentioned
the need for more black-oriented
courses in history, art, music,
religion or political science, over
one-fifth plainly requested
additional courses throughout
every phase of the curriculum.
One surprising result of the
minority politics poll was the
attitude towards the Black
Student Union (BSU). Although
the large percentage of BSU
members felt it represented
black grievances to a large
degree* most non-members
credited it with a lack of
effectiveness or just would not
comment.
Significantly, membership in
the BSU tended to make
students lose confidence in the
established university channels.
Only 5 per cent of BSU
members preferred working
totally within the system to
achieve their objectives, while 30
per cent of non-members favor
die establishment approach.
A COMBINATION of
participation in both violent and
non-violent demonstrations and
work within established channels
(SEE 'POLL' PAGE 2)

Gay Lib members at the
workshop expressed
disappointment with the Public
Functions Office, and one
member said: This is the type
of harrassment we have come tc
expect.



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!, The Florida Aiigator, Friday, March 12,1971

Modern Medicine Depends
On Animals For Testing

By TERRY TENENBAUM
Alligator Staff Writer
Many of the miracles of
modern medicine organ
transplants, open-heart surgery,
cancer treatments, psychiatric
therapy and immunology
would not be a reality today
without animal research,
according to Dr. Alvin Moreland,
director of the animal care
department at the J. Hillis Miller
Health Center and associate
professor of experimental
medicine.
Fifty to 75 per cent of the
research In biomedical areas
utilizes some sort of animal as
the final testing ground before
new drugs and therapeutic
techniques are administered to
man, Moreland said.
THE ANIMAL CARE
department uses from one to
two thousand dogs each year in
its research projects and the
dogs, which have made great
contribution to modern

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techniques used in open-heart
surgery, are obtained through
county and municipal dog
pounds.
Because the dogs we get are
unwanted as pets, they would be
exterminated if we didnt use
them, Moreland said.
If we are to directly relate
our clinical research on animals
with the human organism, it is
essential that the animals be
kept as healthy and comfortable
as possible, Moreland said.
WE USE THE SAME sterile
medicak procedures on animals
that are used on human patients
in a hospital.
We dont hesitate to
administer pain killing drugs to
animals that might be
experiencing intense pain,
Moreland said.
Extreme care is taken to
provide the animals in the
department with a clean and
sanitary living environment.
THE ANIMAL
DEPARTMENT also maintains a

farm is which animals have the
opportunity to exercise freely in
order to stay in good condition.
Unless, we have research,
which necessarily involves
animals, we become stagnant in
our medical education
program, Moreland said.
Animals are used as a testing
ground for new drugs and
clinical procedures because of
the morality in todays society.
This may seem like a callous
way to look at it, but I doubt if
many people would condone
using humans to test new and
untried drugs or surgical
procedures.
To test a complete medical
theory on a human being is in
effect playing God, Moreland
said.

POLL. .

was seen as the only answer by a
quarter of the blacks.
The Florida Alligator also
came under fire. Half the
sampling thought the newspaper
did not accurately represent
and report black grievances and
give fair newspaper space
allotment to the BSU or the
black student movement in
general.
A source of friction often
brought up by blacks is the
unde r-the-cuff racial
discrimination in campus
organizations. A vast majority of
the blacks polled believed the
university did not afford blacks
equal opportunity to join
campus organizations
particularly fraternities and
sororities.
IN CONCLUSION, THE
POLL cited a need for black
demands for more black
instructors, black-oriented
courses and a decrease in
irrelevant courses.
When Roy Mitchell, Director

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of the Office of Minority
Affairs, informs us of the fact
that the UF has only 371 black
students and only 2 black
instructors, we must realize that
change in policy is in order, the
pollsters said.
In a university in which only
one-quarter of the black

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students consider themselves
receiving a meaningful
education three-quarters were
returning this fall, despite
dissatisfaction. For any
change, the poll concluded,
more is needed than mere
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ODKs Celebration 71 Coming In April

By DAVE ZIEGLER
Alligator Staff Writer
The beginning of spring
quarter will feature the start of
Omicron Delta Kappas (ODK)
Celebration 71.
The festival will begin on
April 4, and last throughout the
month.
Mel Libby, chairman of
Celebration 71 said, The 14
people on my staff are going to
try and duplicate last years
Celebration. There will be a film
festival, student produced and
directed.
DIRECTOR SHOWS and local
talent will also be a part of the
month long festival. The
experimental, artistic and
classical films which will be
shown the week of the film
GnMdparMt
Program Has
Large Response
By KATHY ROBERTS
Alllgrtor Staff Writer
Samsons Adopt a
Grandparent program has been
successful, but because of the
large response more student
volunteers are needed project
director Tony Valido said.
Samson, the student volunteer
organization for socio-economic
programs, initiated the project
the beginning of this quarter at
the Gainesville Extended Care
Center.
WE HAVE ONLY been there
two months and the whole spirit
of the center has changed,
Valido said.
Daily programs have been
started at the center by the five
Samson volunteers. One going
exceptionally well Valido said is
the volunteer run Beauty and
Barber Shop on Monday
afternoons.
Every Tuesday there are bingo
games. Student volunteers are
particularly needed for this
because many patients are not
able to see very well, Valido
said.
Arts and crafts is held on
Wednesdays with a very big
turnout Valido said. The
patients are very proud of their
work and many give them to
their grandchildren.
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film entry. The only charge to
anyone who cares to participate
in the film festival is five dollars
to cover postage and insurance.
This year we have done state
wide advertising. ODK has sent
letters to all junior colleges and
all major universities in the state,
inviting them to participate in
the film festival, Libby said.
The celebration committee is
still putting things together.
THIS YEAR A lot of our
presentations will take place at
the Rathskeller. Every Thursday
evening at the Rat will-be Folk
Night. Local entertainers and
talented students will also
perform.
Several faculty members will

be taking an active role in
Celebration festivities. Father
Michael Gannon, from the
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Celebration 71.
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rock groups. We will try and
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which cost us a lot of money.
ODK does not plan on making
any money on Celebration 71
Libby said.
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l, Tha Florida AlHgator, Friday, March 12,1971

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Debating Provides Education, Fun

By KATHY ROBERTS
Alligator Staff Writar
UFs varsity debators spend 20-25 hours each week
preparing for debate tournament competition with teams
across the country.
It's a big sacrifice, says debate coach Dr. Michael
Cornett concerning the time spent on debate research.
But the best debators are those who see the personal
value and benefits.
UPs varsity members agree.
BESIDES DEVELOPING your speaking ability which
helps in all areas of life, debate provides you with a lot of
research techniques, teaches you better study habits and
to read faster with more comprehension, says junior
David Beer, a history major in his third year of debating at
UF. It also helps you organize your time better.
Beer's debate partner Paul Rosenthal, a sophomore
majoring in political science believes the extensive
traveling the team does is an education in itself. I saw
snow for the first time this year on a tournament. Debate
also helps you in your classes. Im getting an A in
economics 201 this quarter because of all the research Ive
done. It's like football or any other competitive activity.
If you enjoy it, you'll work.
The top varsity team of Beers and Rosenthal have
about a 60 per cent nationwide win record. Winning
trophies for debating and individual speaking ability, they
have beat such teams as Dartmouth, Navy, Tennessee,

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VSure it's a lot of work, but I have learned
more from debate than any course I have
taken. It helps me express myself, but most
important it helps me look at things with a
clear, rational mind.
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THE DEBATE COACH at Dartmouth said he thought
they were one of the best teams in the nation, Cornett
said.
Sure its a lot of work, admits sophomore member A1
Corriere. But I have learned more from debate than any
course I have taken. It helps me express myself, but most
important it helps me. look at things with a clear, rational
mind.
A transfer student from West Georgia University,
Corriere just placed as second place speaker out of 200 at
the Citadel tournament.
AL IS PARTICULARLY good in individual events
such as oral interpretation which he won a trophy for at
West Georgia the second week in the quarter, Cornett
said.
As the teams only female member, Linda Shulin says
girls are in the minority in debate which has both its
advantages and disadvantages. Sometimes the judges will
be a little easier on girls because not many come out for
debate. But some debaters and judges feel girls have no

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business in debate so you come up against opposition
there.
A senior in speech, Miss Shulin contends the many
hours of work certainly is worth it. Not only do I learn a
lot, but I enjoy traveling and meeting new people. I also
find I organize my time better so I can get everything
done.
BEERS AND ROSENTHAL will represent UF this
month at the District 6 Elimination Tournament in
Wakeforest. The top 16 teams from District 6 are chosen
to compete. By qualifying at this tournament, UF can
then go in April to the National Debating Tournament in
Minnesota.
I think we have a good chance of winning at the
District tournament, Beer said. Were one of the favorites
to go to Nationals.
this years intercollegiate debate topic is: Resolved:
That the Federal Government Establish Wage and Price
Controls. The same topic is debated throughout the
academic year.
NATURALLY THE team is well up on inflation, labor
management, and other economic problems, Cornett
said. The topics vary every year so in four years a person
can get to debate a broad range of contemporary and
social affairs.
We are always eager and interested for students who
think they might like to debate even though they have
never debated to come out for the team. Cornett said.
Whether youre a freshman or senior, class standing
doesnt matter.

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VOTE Provides Students
With Voting Information

By BECKY LLOYD
Alligator Staff Writer
Voters of the Electorate
(VOTE) a new student
government group, is trying to
get rid of the apathy concerning
voting, according to Bill Watson,
director of VOTE and former
Under-secretary of Community
Affairs.
VOTE is to provide an outlet
for students to get information
about registering to vote,
Watson said.
NOW THAT 18 year-olds can
vote, Watson says that students
now have a means of working in
the establishment and he wants
to get people interested in using
their vote to get changes.
Watson has sent letters to all
county election supervisors in
Florida to find out how many
people in the 18-20 age range are
registered to vote. Sixty per cent
answered and showed that there
are at least 8,000 registered.
A speaking campaign is being
Circle K Holding
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membership drive today from 4
to 8 p.m. on the ground floor of
Reitz Union.
Circle K is a service
organization for college men and
is sponsored by the Kiwanis
Club.
One of Circle Ks service
projects is working with the
mentally retarded children at
Sunland. Circle K also researches
and publishes data concerning
the control of pollution of
Gainesville, working with EAG
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and reforms in education,
prisons and urban areas,
Watson said.
Letters were also sent to all
sororities, fraternities and
campus organizations. VOTE
will have a massive campaign for
the spring elections to get
students to vote. Watson said
that only 12 per cent of the
students at UF have voted in
past elections. VOTE is an
impartial and non-partisan group
that will be doing door to door
campaigning to get students to
vote. If a student in the dorms
would like to help, he can call
392-1665 and leave his name
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WHAT'S HAPPENING

CHANT FOR CHAU ANY A:
The Krishna House and Vedic
Study Club will celebrate Lord
Chaitanyas Birthday in the
Plaza tonight at moonrise.
Everyone is invited to come with
musical instruments, incense and
flowers.
IRMA!: Jack Lemmon and
Shirley MacLaine star in Irma
La Douce, tonight at 5,8, 11
p.m. in the Union Auditorium.
Admission is 50 cents.
LEADERSHIP TRAINING: The
Campus Crusade for Christ will
hold its leadership training class
tonight at 7 p.m. on the third
floor of the Reitz Union.
FELINE FLICKS: Not Felleni,
thats Feline! Peter Sellers and
friends appear Saturday night in
Whats New Pussycat? at
D.A. Admits
Svshr Atkins
Deal Revoked
LOS ANGELES (UPI) The
attorney general of California
acknowledged Thursday that he
once agreed not to seek the
death penalty for Tate murder
defendant Susan Atkins and
later changed his mind.
Evelle J. Younger, now the
highest state law officer but then
county district attorney,
testified the deal was called off
because he was convinced she
did not tell the truth to a grand
jury.
Miss Atkins* testimony
resulted in the indictment of
herself, Charles Manson, the
three women defendants at the
current trial, and of Linda
Kasabian who was later give
immunity.
Miss Atkins later repudiated
her grand jury testimony, but
her attorney, Daye Shinn,
contends she upheld her part of
the original bargain whatever
she did subsequently.
CONTEMPORARY
CARDS
The fun way to say
thinking of you.
CHESNUT'S
DOWNTOWN at 106 W UNIV.
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5:30,8,10:30 p.m. in the Union
Auditorium. Take a break and
see it for 50 cents.
PEACE AND QUIET: The calm
before the storm! The following
classrooms will be open for
studying during final exams
from March 13-19 from 9 p.m.
to 8 am.: Little Hall rooms 109,
1 25, 127, Mechanical
Engineering rooms 227, 229,
230.
SMC MEETS: There will be a
general meeting of the Student
Mobilization Committee to end
the war Sunday night at 7 p.m.
in Room 150 D of the Union
Cafeteria.
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pjn. Admission is 50 cents for
this historical great.
POLITICALLY INCLINED?:
Student Government invites all
students who are interested in
working in the Spring elections
to call Bill Watson at 392-1665.
HOGTOWN CO-OP: People
interested in participating in the
Hogtown Food Co-op should
contact Madman at the Great
Southern Leather Co., 1122 W.
University.
A NOVEL IDEA: The SG book
exchange will be collecting
books for next quarters sale
during the first week of classes.
Bring your texts to Room 306

by Carol Brady

JWRU March 16, 17, 18 from
1-5 p.m.
FOCUS SPEAKER: Adrian
Spec Munzell, television
personality in Miami and
Cincinatti, will be speaking at
noon in the Plaza, March 31 for
Focus *7l. He is sponsored by
Inter-Varsity Christian
Fellowship.
TALL TAIL: Bun E. Rabet is
currently preparing baskets for
worldwide distribution on
Sunday March 29. Students are
invited to have a great vacation!
Silly Rabet...

If You Didn't Have A
Chance To Take Basic
The Advanced Program
If you still have two years
left at the University, you may
qualify for this new 2-year
Army ROTC Program.
Qualify for an officers
commission in 2 yrs.
Receive SSO per month
while enrolled in the program.
Continue your education
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Forestry Research Congress
To Convene On Campus

By ROBERT ROTHMAN
Alligator Staff Writer
The International Union of
Forestry Research Organizations
(IUFRO) will hold its 15th
Congress at the UF from March
15-20.
Attending the meeting will be
800 scientists from 70 nations,
including Russia,
Czechoslovakia, Rumania,
Bulgaria and Hungary.
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the Congress will be held outside
of Europe. The last meeting,
which was held in Munich,
Germany took place five years
ago.
According to a news release
from Chuck Woods, assistant
editor of the UF College of
Agriculture, the purpose of the
meeting is to bring scientists
together from various forestry
organizations around the world,
promoting research and related

activities through an exchange of
information.
The theme of the Congress is
Researchs Role in the
Intensification of Forestry
Practices and Activities. U.S.
State Department interpreters
will serve to translate the
proceedings at the Congress
simultaneously into Spanish,
German, French and English.
FLORIDA WAS CHOSEN as
the site for this meeting due to
world interest in the areas
intensive forest management
programs according to Dr. John
L. Gray, director of UFs School
of Forestry.
Among the people scheduled
to take part in the opening
ceremonies are Dr. George M.
Jemison, president of IUFRO
and professor of forestry at
Oregon State University; Edward
P. Cliff, chief of the UJS. Forest
Service, Washington D.C., and
Nathaniel P. Reed, chairman of
the Florida Department of Air
and Water Pollution Control,
Tallahasse, who will be speaking
on behalf of Governor Reubin
Askew.
Also there will be an opening
statement from Gainesville
Mayor Perry C. McGriff, Jr. and
a welcome from Dr. Harry Sisler,
executive vice president of the
UF on behalf of UF President
Stephen C. OConnell.
THE MAIN ADDRESS of the
meeting will be given by Dr. E.B.
Worthington, scientific director
of the International Biological
Program in London. His address
is entitled Forestry Research
and the Environment of Man.

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A few weeks ago I did a column on extra-sensory perception (or
ESP, as it is called by its many friends and relatives). The amount of
mail I received from you about this column, dear readers, was so heavy
that I find myself with a heart full of gratitude. (I also find myself
with a ruptured postman.) I would of course like to write each one of
you personally, but that is obviously not possible, so I will try to
answer some of your questions in todays column.
QUESTION: Last night I tried an ESP experiment with my boy boyfriend,
friend, boyfriend, Precog Nissen. He sat in one room and wrote a list of numbers.
I sat in another room and tried to guess what numbers he was writing.
Out of 25 tries I guessed wrong 25 times. I feel icky and worthless and
have decided to kill myself. What future can a person have without ESP?
ANSWER: You must not despair. Lots of people without ESP
manage to live useful and productive lives. For example, there was a
coed at Duke a few years ago, Maud Gonder by name, who tried guess guessing
ing guessing numbers, just as you did. In fact, she tried it every single day for
the entire four years she spent at Duke, and all she ever got was wrong
numbers. But it didnt hurt her one bit. Miss Gonder today is gain gainfully
fully gainfully employed as a telephone operator in Durham, North Carolina.
QUESTION: This has nothing to do with ESP, but maybe you can
tell me anyhow. What can you do for dry hair?
ANSWER: Wear a wet hat.
QUESTION: My ESP tells me I was put on earth to do some kind
of important job, but I dont know what it is. So far Ive had hundreds of
jobs and I still havent found the right one. How will I know when I do?
ANSWER: You'll know, dont worry. Take, for example, the fa famous
mous famous case of Hans Helmut Steppenwolf. He too knew he was born for
some exalted task, but what? First he worked in Kansas gleaning beans
but that wasnt it, so he got a job with a logging firm in Montana.
Here the erstwhile bean-gleaner worked as a stump-thumper. But that
wasn't it either, so he moved to North Dakota where he tended the
furnace in a granary (wheat-heater). Then he moved to Omaha and
got a job admitting cattle to the stockyards (meat-greeter). Then he
went to New Orleans and worked for a chiropodist (feet-treater). Then
to Minnesota where he cut up frozen lakes (ice-slicer). Then to Las
Vegas where he determined odds at a crap table (dice-pricer). Then to
Germany where he pasted camera lenses together (Zeiss-splicer).
Still Hans Helmut hadnt found it. Back to America he moved
and got a job in Milwaukee at the Miller High Life brewery, inspecting
the ingredients that go into Miller High Life Beer and rejecting those
which were not perfect (malt-faulter).
And so finally, at long last, fulfillment came to Hans Helmut. For
this was his mission, his lofty purpose on earthto make sure that you
and I and every other life-loving, health-oriented, flavor-directed
American should rest secure in the knowledge that the next can or
bottle of Miller High Life which passes our discriminating lips will be
just as free of fleck and flaw as the last can or bottle of Miller High
Life which passed our discriminating lips; that can after can, bottle
after bottle, keg after keg, Miller High Life will remain ever amber,
ever ambrosial, ever honest, sincere, true, good, beautiful, decent,
kindly and relevant.
, And so, dear friends, to that small but shining list of human bene benefactorsmen
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opposable thumb without which millions of castanet players would be
unemployed; women like Rosa L. Sigafoos, for instance, who invented
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HJL is easier for eight or nine elderly men
rj'fyfijstsj/lto feel their way towards unaniminity if
SWtcStPmi they are not compelled to conduct their
maneuvers under the
microscopes and telescopes of the press.
Herbert Fisher
EDITORIAL
The Shape
Os Things
To Come
The editorial power of a student newspaper is limited; its
influence overrated. A phone call from an editor will not fix
a parking ticket or secure a front row seat to frolics. A story
or an editorial will not ensure that action will be taken on
any issue.
As we see it, the real power of a student newspaper such
as The Alligator is to expose the truth. Our power is to
educate the readers as to what the issues are, and
consequently, provide some impetuous for action.
This is what we have attempted to do during the past two
quarters. We have tried to be honest. We have tried to tell
the facts the way we see them, and provide some
perspective about those facts.
At times we have embarrassed certain individuals and at
times we have embarrassed the university. We did so
without malice. We did so because we are concerned about
this university.
Some of our editorials and stories helped to bring about
university policy changes. And some of our work had
impact outside the university.
But although some progress was made, there are a great
many issues on this campus that simply should not be
issues.
The civil rights of students must be protected. The
university should realize that its function is to educate
not to play policeman. By condoning the use of student
informers in the campus drug problem, by relegating the
role of a resident adviser to one of a detective, the
university does itself a disservice and violates the civil rights
of students.
There must be academic freedom on campus. It is not
right that instructors be denied tenure or fired for holding
- opinions conflicting with those of the university. This
institution should pay heed to the American Association of
' University Professors criticism about lack of academic
freedom here.
The university must recognize the need for minority
recruitment of students and faculty if it intends to make up
for years of basically racist policies. Some reverse steps
towards solving the problem will be necessary.
The athletic department will have to realize that the
function of the university is to educate not to promote a
professional football team. Athletics should certainly play a
part in the university community, but not the leading role.
o The university senate should be reapportioned fairly
and students should be given the right to vote. As it is now,
of the 600 members, only five are students, without voting
privileges. Faculty members should be elected not on the
number of faculty in their department, but also on the
number of students enrolled in their college. Jt should be on
a representative basis.
There are other issues: transportation, parking, better
housing, improved facilities and buildings. But these will
take money. The issues we have pointed out above will take
only student and faculty initiative, and perhaps a touch of
perception on the part of the administration.
Students are leaving this university unhappy. The
administration would do well to keep in mind that a
dissatisfied student is a dissatisfied alumnus.

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

To Find The Words....

What fitting elegy for this
time we lived together?
What words to summarize,
eulogize, finalize, cartarize,
conceptualize?
What ways to say adieu for
awhile?
Have you measured you life
by coffee spoons? The score is
22.453, in case you lose count.
Do forgive me Countess, Im
being gauche again. Its only
only because Charles is drawing
my bath and Im getting restless.
Its my day for the foam rubber
Polaris.
Whats that you say,
young engineer? Youre
sitting there with your slide
rule in a little holster on
your belt and a little plastic
pen holder in your breast
pocket and youre saying:
crap what the hellzs he
talking about this time jeez
how I hate hiz gutz jeez.
Sorry, Countess, slipped
again.
Have you noticed now cruel
the afternoon sun is on Sunday?
Manolete died on a Sunday
afternoon. On the horns of a
regular dilemma.
Oh, now, I really have done it.
Whats that? All right, then
22.454. Cream and sugar in the
next one, Charles.
Where were we? Oh, yes. I
was about to crack up. Someone
spread the newspaper, wed hate
to ruin the carpet.
Enough of this nonsense.
I just wanted to announce
to everyone that you wont
have to put up with this
nonsense anymore. A

FLUTED COLUMNS

Sam Pepper
Editor-In-Chief

Jeff Klinkenberg Ken McKinnon
Associate Editor News Editor

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journalism 201 instructor
and a University College
student are coming in next
quarter to teach me how to
write.
They are also going to dust
and scrape the crayon off the
floor.
It has been a lovely respite,
Countess, though I must admit a
bit rigorous at times. Paddle ball
and croquet both in one day 7
Really.
A
I get the feeling that if one
probes and etches and carefully
blows the dust away, reality is
hiding out there, just waiting to
be unearthed. Or unearthly.
Did you ever want proof
positive to answer the
epistemological question (the

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Marian Jedrusiak John Parker
Assignment Editor Editorial Assistant
Steve Strang
Wire Editor
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epsitemological question being,
for you non-epistemologists in
the audience: how do you
know that you ARE?)?
Just do this: Next time you
cut your fingernails, put them
into a little packet. Turn them in
to your philosophy teacher with
a little note reading: It I am
NOT, then who the hell grew
these?
Its a sure A.
Godam. I just offended
community standards. Or
didnt you notice? Old lady
Grundy noticed. Old Lady
Grundy never got any; as a
result her outlook on life is
similar to her outlook on
death. She reads the paper
booking for missing periods.
When she finds one she
screams Unwed mother,
unwed mother!
Oops, there I go again. And I
was trying to straighten myself
out, officer, honest I was.
I turn my back and descend
the stairs. (They will say:
Parkers on dope, to produce
these wares!)
Naw, just kidding actually.
Yall come back now,
you hear?



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Helpl
EDITOR:
On January 22nd, at about
1:30 PJM. I was crossing to the
left hand side of West
University, by a small one-way
street on the side of the Siegel
building when 1 was hit by an
off-duty university policeman.
I am faced with a financial
burden, as I received personal
injuries and am unable to get
proper care unless 1 have the
necessary funds.
My plea is this: In seeking
legal action, I need supporting
evidence and the only way to
establish this is through
witnesses.
Please, if anyone recalls this
incident and saw it happen or
knows someone that did, please
get in touch with me.
The school is trying to shut
doors on my case in hopes that
it will go unnoticed. Please, I am
in need of help.
If you know anything
please leave your name and
number at 378-7138. Thank
you.
ADELLAPADRON
Mudcrutch
EDITOR:
The three of us would like to
thank all you kind, loving people
for your fantastic display of
brotherhood last Saturday night
at Mudcrutch.
We went to Mudcrutch with
the expectations of friendship,
happiness and serentity. Instead
we found fear and sadness.
Why cant people become
involved? You hear stories about
people standing around watching

Numbersnumbersnumbersnui
7547267861345918362179528

By RANDY BELLOWS
When I was young and things
were simple, complication
became away of life.
Running around, desensitizing
my lungs into a raspy mass of
spoiled gel, 1 revelled in anything
1 couldnt find on the back of a
frosted flake. 1 created numbers.
Spilling, humongous,
devasting do-be numbers. Like
nine killion, 395 billion, 435.
Playing, laughing, I joyfully
bounced my minor conceit on
alternate cracks of a New York
sidewalk; just a child.
And, wow, was it boss. 1
had the biggest, bestest number
in the whole wide world. Not
even the 24th century Mi.T.
wizards could claim that.
Thirteen years later someone
threw in a decimal point and
demolished me. My beautiful,
egotripping number became the
terse physique of a 65 minute
honor; an hours cramming over
gray coffee.
I memorized the above and
beyond serious meaning of my
number. After all, what was left

while others are in trouble, but
you dont really believe it until
it happens to you. Well, it
happened to us.
While walking from our car to
the farm, we were attacked by
five guys. In the process of the
struggle, one of us was thrown
against a tree and seriously
injured; all of us were bruised
and badly frightened.
During this time, one of us
screamed, but people continued
to walk by and completely
ignore the situation.
What we can't understand is
how people who preach
non-violence and love can stand
by and watch a fellow human
being in need of help.
Thank you beautiful people.
MARCIE, KARYL, SHARYN
Alper
EDITOR:
With finals on the horizon, I
havent the time to waste words
on Bruce Alper, but his recent
article Peace Treaty.. .Boo, is
stupidly malicious, and he must
be scolded.
Bruce, I dont think youre
quite right, Pal. You cut hell out
of Steve Uhlfelder for
supporting an attempt to end
the war in Vietnam. You call
him immature and
narrowminded be
reasonable.
If Uhlfelders wrong, if
Uhlfelder's idealistic, if
Uhlfelders naive, if Uhlfelders
irrational than hes got every
right to be. Because hes making
a sincere attempt.. .the best
effort he can to stop killing and
bleeding and crying. It may not
rank four stars as political
theory but its an honest
effort to end senseless suffering

when 74 zillion collided with 24
must be a vital statistic
somewhere.
My dandelion crashed; my
number. And like a parasite
growing fungus, it told me what
CPS was all about. And 1 ate it
up. For this was the fiber of
existence. This was life; the
complication I had sought since
childhood because it had a
dozen more parts than youth.
But dehydration came and I
was a bit less than prepared. I
fell, and tumbled to the plaza. I
searched for my simple
supercomplicated number under
every four leaf clover 1 couldnt
find. And the more I searched
the deeper 1 sank into the saran
wrap of age.
Thus it was that I arrived;
initiated into the smog of Flagler
Street, one block East of
nowhere.
And my number mocked me,
no more invincible or joyful
than the pebble I hopped on at
three. For deep within the white
dust of a blackly chiseled
chalkboard it lay; the answer to
problem 34-G.

CAPTIONS OUTRAGEOUS-~~~~~~-^

six thousand miles away. And I
respect hime for it.
I admit he hasn't made a
serious attempt to better the
welfare of the American people
... like you have. I admit he
hasn't volentered for active duty
overseas ... like you have. I
admit he hasn't dedicated his life
to the service of his country..
like you have. I admit he hasn't
enlisted in the Peace Corps ~.
like you have. I admit he hasnt
dedicated his services to student
government... like you have.
Be patient with him, Bruce.
Hes just a silly little boy who
for unexplainable reasons wants
an end to war. Realize hes
young and will someday
outgrow this stage, turning into
an armchair admiral ... like
yourself.
GLENN WEISS
UPAO
EDITOR:
Contrary to a statement in a
letter you recently printed, the
members of the UPAO
(University Professors for
Academic Order) are in favor of
freedom of speech on the
campus. But perhaps we of the
UPAO are at fault for not
making sufficiently clear our
position on this important
freedom
The fact is that the
furtherance of this freedom is
one of the most important goals
of the UPAO. Knowing that
neither the left nor the right has
a monopoly on truth, we want
the students and faculty to have

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When that time for sorrow
A J creeps in slowly,
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It is the time for tears
jBBf JBr to sound unusually loud
to
unusually
Whispers
someday, I W B
along with all of the
crumbled up paper dreams. JHf
- Shelley Leben

the opportunities to hear both
sides. Radicals, liberals,
moderates, conservatives, and
reactionaries all must be invited
to speak and to be heard
without undue interference. And
to ensure fairness in presentation
of various views, we think there
should be a balance in the
numbers of speakers. That is, if
half a dozen conservatives speak
on campus during the year, then
about the same number of
liberals should speak, and vice
versa.
We believe that the campus
has failed to have balance of
speakers in recent years. And in
view of the many serious
interruptions of General
Hersheys speech and of other
similar incidents during the year,
we believe that the freedom to
speak on the campus is being
seriously hampered.
We hope that the Alligator
with its editorials and cartoons
will aid us in our efforts to
obtain an atmosphere here
favorable for the presentation of
all views, regardless how
unpopular, and not just those of
an activist minority or even of a
majority.
JOHN OMALLEY
Assoc. Prof, of Electrical Eng
J.P.
EDITOR:
In recent letters to the editor,
there have appeared an alarming
number of attacks on the local
friend of the common man, our
own John Parker. The charges
range from lack of interesting
subject material* to
presentation of only one side

The Florida AJRptor, Fritfcy, March 12,1*71,

of an issue. They even go as far
as to suggest (heaven forbid!)
limiting the frequency of Johns
columns.
I have been a Parker freak for
several months now. Ah-ha!, the
local Agnews scream, this guy
must share the same beliefs as
Parker if he defends that menace
to society. Not so. As a case in
point, I went to see the movie
Love Story for the first time
last week. As I watched it, I
remembered that John had
more-or-less put it down several
weeks before. I, however, felt
that Love Story was an
excellent, moving film.
There have been other
examples in which 1 have not
agreed with him, but the times
when we do agree outnumber
the times we do not. If his
enemies would face the facts,
they would have to admit that
John has a priceless sense of
humor and a great talent for
writing. I find his columns,
whether they concern
universals, injustice, or just
nothing in particular, are an
inspiration to face the day. (Who
was it that said, Breakfast
without Parker is like a day
without sunshine?)
Not infrequently, friends will
come up to me and say, Did
you read John Parker today?
This leads me to believe that his
attackers are in the minority and
might just as well turn their
wrath toward Richard Nixon or
somebody else.
By the way, youll notice his
column is on the editorial page,
which is expressly set aside for
opinions, right?
Keep it up, John, were
behind you.
BRUCE FRENDAHL

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l. The Friday r J 971

SEIU Claims Reinstatement Credit

By BRUCE KUEHN
Alligator Staff Writer
Credit for the reinstatement of Mrs. Claudia Mae Williams, a UF
employe dismissed March 4 and then later granted a 60-day
probationary period, was claimed March 10 by the Service Employes
International Union (SEIU).
Robert Button, UF personnel director, said, At no time did the
SEIU present a petition or speak in behalf* of Mrs. Williams. As to
their claim, the settlement first arrived at showed the union was not
involved and second, I believe the employes saw that a problem
existing between employes and management could be solved without
the involvement of a third party.
SEIU IS NOT- recognized by UF, even though an estimated 800 UF
employes belong to the union, Local 626.
SEIU President Willie Richardson, an employe in Graham area, and
Dave Smith, business agent representative for the AFL-CIO to which
SEIU is associated, claim that for the first time the personel
administration was forced to reverse its position because of organized
pressure by workers.
Richardson and Smith claim the employs protest meeting and

Student Discounts
Available In Spring

By MARIANNE MACINA
Alligator Staff Writer
According to Lee Schwartz,
Student Government secretary
of consumer affairs, Gainesville
merchants were planning to run
discounts through SG the first
week of next quarter.
The program started out to
be fairly successful, Schwartz
stated, but suddenly a lot of
merchants withdrew from the
program for unknown reasons.
SCHWARTZ EXPLAINED
that student government now
has only 14 merchants signed up
for student discounts when at
one time half of the local
merchants, which numbers over
200, were signed up.
We believe, Schwartz
commented, that if students
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who are offering discounts at the
beginning of the spring quarter
that many of the other
merchants will consider
discounts also.
According to George D.
Henriquez, co-manager of the
Slack Train, not only has his
business been imp roved by
discounts but he is considering
giving organizations, fraternities
and sororities discounts also.
J. Altman, owner of Altman
Stereo and another local
merchant who has offered
student discounts before, also
commented that these discounts
have helped his business.
However, next quarter
Altman will only be dealing with
professional equipment. He said
that there will still be a 20 per
cent discount on tapes and
accessories and a 10-20 per cent
discount on other equipment.

petition campaign, under the leadership of SEIU, were instrumental in
protecting the rights of Mrs. Williams. i
RICHARDSON and Smith also said the episode demonstrates the
need for a union contract with the university which will give all UF
employes job security.
Button also said Mrs. Williams was not a member of the SEIU.
Button said the initiative for the settlement of the problem was
started by Mrs. Williams contacting James Wacksman, employes
relations advisor in the Division of Housing.
The resolving of the problem was started on the initiative of the
employe and not by the initiative of the union, said Button.

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Blacks To March
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By MARIANNE MACINA
Alligator Staff Writer
The Florida Black Coalition (FBC), in conjunction with the
Southern Christian Leadership Conference, will begin a tri-area
March Against Repression" in Miami on Monday, March 22, that will
end at the State Capitol in Tallahassee, on Sunday, April 4.
Letters are being sent by the FBC in an attempt to gain support
from state college organizations in a state-wide struggle to abolish
the repressive nature of the state of Florida, forever.
ACCORDING TO the FBC, With the understanding that a move
of this nature will not succeed without a high cost and massive
participation, we are requesting that utmost consideration is given to
the plight and hands are joined in this struggle against repression.
Many colleges and universities, according to the FBC letter,
throughout the state are planning activities to honor and
commemorate the third anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr. on April 4.
The letter stated that it is the hope of the FBC that the memory of
Dr. King can be remembered in the fashion in which he died.
The FBC is asking campus organizations not only to march but also
to make contributions or give aid by raising funds in order to help
finance the March*. Food, transportation, and medical supplies, among
other aids are necessary for a successful march, according to the letter.

Pirns For Record
Discount Service
Stopped By Hole
By BRUCE KUEHN
Alligator Staff Writer
Student Governments (SG)
plan to provide a record
discount service has been
stopped by Vice President for
Administrative Affairs William
Elmore and Vice President for
Student Affairs Lester Hale.
According to Student Body
Vice President Henry Solares
permission was granted last year
to provide the service.
HOWEVER, NOW the
administration believes this
service would be a breach with
the community according to
Student Body President Steve
Uhlfelder.
Hale and Elmore think SG is
bound by Board of Regents
policy which prohibits
solicitation on campus except
when approved by the president
of the university.
Uhlfelder said SG tried to
explain this service is not
solicitation and would be a
service similar to the book
exchange run by SG.
SG WOULD take orders for
records and forward them to
recording company distributors.
Solares said this service
probably would undercut sales
for one of the highest priced
commodities for students in the
community.
Solares said he thought the
administration cannot stop this
service from going into
Operation since SG will run the
service under the auspices of
Student Services, Inc.
However, Solares said SG was
going to look into the matter
before deciding on further
action.
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Florida AlKgator, Friday, March 12.1971

Notices for Page of Record must be
sent to Betty Coomus, Division of
Information Services, Building H. All
copy for Tuesday must be received
by 3 p.m. Friday. Friday deadline is
3 p.m. the previous Wednesday.

If a student had been approved
for release of funds from the
National Defense Loan program
for the spring quarter, and has
pro-registered, foe payment can
be deducted from the loan. As
soon as foe cards are received,
the student should report to the
Student Accounts Office.
FEE PAYMENT
A bill for fees will be mailed
during the last week of darns to
Gainewille addresses. Payment
by the date on the bid will make
it possible to validate certificate
of registration by mail. Even If a
student fails to recede payment
material because of loss in the
mail, payment or property
executed authorization for
payment along with the
idarvtifyipg letter can be sent to
Student Accounts, the Hub, by
the deadline as deplicate
materials will be on file far.
processing payments. Failure to
furnish payment or property
executed authorization for
payment (loan, scholarship,
debit to student deposit, etc 4 by
the deadline published in the
calendar will subject a student so
the $25 late foe
DEPOSITORY HOURS
Student Accounts In the Hub
will be open from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. March 26. If lines are as
long as they have been in the
past, they will be regulated so
there will be enough, time to
welt on everyone inside by 3
p.m. There is an envelope drop
on the sast wall of the
depositdry for students*
Convenience.
GRADUATING SENIORS
Delinquent accounts may be
considered sufficient cause for
cancellation of registration, as
University regulations prohibit
registration, graduation, granting
of credit or release of transcript
for any student whose account
with the University is
delinquent.
GRADUATE COUNCIL
The Graduate Council will meet
Thursday, March 18, at 1:30
p.m. in Room 264, Graduate
School and International Studies
Building.
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LOAN BORROWERS
If a graduating senior has a
National Defense Student Loan
or a S.A.F.E. loan, he must
complete the exit interview
procedure prior to graduation in
order to keep accounts current.
ROTC DEPOSITS
Former and current ROTC
students who have not received a
refund of the uniform deposit
are asked to report to the ROTC
Supply Facility so refunds may
be processed. Uniforms and
materials not returned by those
students no longer in the
program will be charged against
the deposit before any refunds
are made.
The Supply Facility is open
Monday-Friday from 8:30 to
11:30 a.m. and 1:30 to 4:30
p.m. Deadline for processing
funds is March 31.
DECALS, PASSES
This is a reminder to students,
staff and faculty members that
the six-month shuttle bus passes
and auto decals expire on March
25 and that any person who will
be on campus after that date
should have these passes or
decals renewed.
The shuttle bus system will be
in operation during the quarter
break on a limited schedule.
Persons having questions
should contact the Traffic and
Parking Department, 114 HUB,
phone 392-2241. Office hours
are from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and
from 1 to 4:30 p^m.
ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
The Office of Academic Affairs
has been moved into one central
area in Tigert Hall. The
following changes should be
noted in mailing lists:
Dean of Faculties, Dr. Robert
A. Bryan, 235 Tigert, 392-1301
Budget Area, Dean J.H.
Stafford, Mrs. Sharon Roye, 239
Tigert, 392-2137.
Personnel Area, Mrs. Laverne
Cheshire, 236 Tigert. 392-1251.
STUDENT QUESTIONNAIRE
Results of a questionnaire for
testing student attitudes on a
wide range of topics are reported

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

by the Self Study Office of the
University of Florida.
Strong agreement (5 to 1 or
more) was given the following
statements by the respondents.
Items are numbered as on the
questionnaire.
I) Most students prefer to
live off campus (80% agree, 7%
disagree).
4) The faculty should
stimulate and develop the
capacity of students for
self-directed, independent study
that will continue after
graduation (89%-3%).
5) Students should have wide
latitude in selecting courses
taken toward a degree
(79%-15%).
8) Teaching at the UF is as
good as or better than at the
high school I attended
(74%-15%).
II) Most professors are
available to their students for
help with course work when
requested (79%-11%)
19) Foreign students are
welcomed and well treated on
the campus (62%-8%).
27) The majority of students
are not as active in campus
activities as would be desired
(73%-8%).
31) The advanced or
pre-registration system is
successful (80%-12%).
36) The UF faculty should
make students aware of great
social problems and the channels
open to correct the related social
conditions (77%-10%).
4,2) Opportunities for
undergraduates to earn credit
through independent study or
research under faculty guidance
should be expanded (84%-3%)
53) Professors seldom miss
class and then usually provide a
substitute (87%-5%).
54) Most professors treat
their students fairly in class and
in examinations (82%-9%),
56) Departmentally oriented
courses should be available as an
a Iternate choice to
comprehensive courses as now
taught in University College
(69%-6%).
62) UF campus publications
Keep students well informed of
campus events (82%-10%).
- A preponderantly negative
response was given by student
replies to the following
statement:


35) Students should be
admitted by quotas to assure
proportionate representation of
minorities (14% agree-67%
disagree)
- The following statements
drew strong negative responses
(2 to 1 or more against) from
both student and faculty
respondents. Statement 35,
quoted above, also fits into this
category of unfavorable
responses showing disagreement
with the statements.
40) Student cheating is such a
serious problem on the campus
that I would recommend
proctoring examinations
(Student response: 20% agree,
55% disagree).
59) Students from in-state
should be admitted on a random
basis (16% agree, 55% disagree).
68) All research supported by
the Department of Defense
should be eliminated from the

university calendar
Friday, March 12 Monday, March 15
Florida Players, "Five Finger Union Movie, "Behold A Pale
Exercise," Constans Theatre, Horse," Union Aud. 8:00
8:00 p.m. p. m
Union Movie, "Irma La Douce"
Union Aud., 5:00, 7:45,
10:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 16
Vedic Study Group & Krishna
House "Food Feast," Plaza, Audubon Wildlife Films, Robert
6:30 p.m. Danison: "Journey in Time,"
Union Rock Music, South Union Aud., 8:00 p.m.
Terrace, 9:00 p.m. Dialogue Open Phone Forum,
Tennis: U of F vs. Miami, Home 850 on dial, WRUF, 11:00
Gantei. p.m.
Saturday, March 13
Union Movie, "What's New Wednesday, March 17
Pussycat?," Union Aud., Calender
5:30,8:00,10:30 p.m.
Florida Players. "Five Finger Unlon Movle Dead Heat on 8
Exercise," Constans Theatre, Merry-go-round," Union
8:00 p.m. Aud - 8; 00 p.m.
Baseball: U of F vs. Stetson,
Home Game
Tennis: Uof F vs. Presbyterian Thursday, March 18
College, Home Game
- .. ... Dialogue, Open Phone Forum,
Sunday, March 14 850 Qn dja| WRUF 11:00
p.m.
Union Live Music, North Terrace
Rose Community Center
Concert, Mall, 2:00 p.m. REITZ UNION BOX OFFICE
Union Movie, "Potemkin," SALES
Union Aud., 6:00, 8:00,
10:00 p.m. Florida flayers, "Five Finger
Alachua County Youth Exercise -s.7sUFStudents,
Orchestra, University Aud., SI.OO Other Students, $1.50
4:00 GP Audubon Wildlife Series

The University Calendar will be
published weekly listing only
events to open to the University
community. Private meeting
notices will be carried in "What's
Happening" on Mon., Wed., and
Fri. and should be submitted to
the Alligator office, 365 Union
or to Public Functions Office,
G-72 Union.

campus (16% agree, 59 disagree).
77) I urge a residential plan
where the undergraduates with
similar majors live together over
mixing students from several
colleges in each living unit (21%
agree, 59% disagree).
24) Full responsibility for
student publications should be
in the hands of students elected
for this purpose (63% of student
replies agree, but 55% of faculty
replies disagree).
28) Students should have
much greater responsibility in
department college and
university educational decisions
(68% of student replies agree,
but 63% of faculty replies
disagree).
57) Student evaluations
should be a significant factor in
decisions regarding faculty
tenure or promotion (70% of
student replies agree, but 52% of
faculty replies disagree).



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1 room share w/male roomate S3O +
Utls. call 378-9408 Peg or Don
(B-lt-102-p)
MUST RENT IMMEDI 1 bedroom
furnished apt ww carpet air cond chi
city area 125 month call 372-7485
anytime (B-lt-102-p)

Friday, March 12,1971, The Florida Alligator,

FOR RENT
Female Roommate wanted for spring
quarter one bedroom garage apt near
town $25 per mo plus V* utilities
Judy 378-5170 after 10 p.m. to 12
(b-st-98-p)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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 needed for spring, La
Bonne Vie apts 2 bdrm 2 bath
372-7569 (B-2t-101-p)
Sublet lbr furnished apt 1 block
from campus $75 mo call 372-8986
(B-2t-101-p)
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FOR RENT
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 modem 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. + Vz phone
& electric bldg 712 apt 306 372*5246
(B-3t-100*p)
Male roommate wanted spring qtr at
Univ Gard Trace AC pool cable TV
S4B a month + 1/3 utilities call
378-8993 after 5:00 (B-10t*95*p)
Female roomate wanted University
Gardens, nice people, A/C, pool, TV,
$47.50 per month. Call Gwen at
373-3212. (B-3t-100-p)
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 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, IV2
baths pool $75 incl. util., own bdr,
(anytime begin spring qtr. thru Aug)
376-1851 (B-st-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)
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 V* utilities (B-2t-101-p)
To sublet one room. 60 mo incl. util,
kitchen priv. 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-mald/llrien sorvlce-Aircond
$76/mo-inc 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)
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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)
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) p
One male roommate for Spr. Qtr.
French Quarter Apt. 88, $45/mo. +
V* utilities. Call 378-4784
Graduating! (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 Nell 378-7141.
(c-6t-98-p)

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1 female roommate urgently needed
for very nice apartment at La Bonne
Vie Will bargain for good deal Call
373-1228 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 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)
3 fdmale 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. + Vi 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; IV2 ml. from
campus. S4O mo. + Vz utilities. Call
373- any time. (C-3t-100-p)
Girl needs single room in house or
apt. for spring qtr. Including female
roommates, kitchen prlviledges and
bedroom air conditioning. Must be In
NW section call 372-7361 and state
your qualifications. (C-3t-100-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
(e-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)
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)

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WANTED
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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)
Need one female rommate.
$ 53.75/mo. + V utilities. Last
month's 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 for La Bonne Vie
Apt. Pool-tennis court-dishwasher
TV-sauna $53/month + V* utilities
Available March 15 Call 373-3001
(C-lt-102-p)
Plano Teacher Wanted, 2 Beginners
Spring Quarter Call 2-7663 or 2-8863
(C-lt-102-p)
One male roomate to share one
bedrm. University Gardens apt.
$67.50 per/mth. for spring qtr. call
Leo 373-4377-evenings. (C-lt-102-p)
Female wanted to sublet french
quarter apt 79 on pool spring qtr. call
3 7 8-2156. $45.00 per month.
(C-lt-102-p)
Female roommate for landmark pool
side apt. for spring quarter rent is
$47.50 come to apt. N 0.62
(C-lt-102-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, centra! ac. 378-9939
(C-3t-99-p)
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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)
Exam
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Monday, March 15
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starring Gregory Peek,
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 Heaf on a
Merry-go-Round
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starring James Coburn and
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AUTOS
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 job, fuel-injected engine,
SISOO, call 378-8432. (G-4t-99-p)
Sprite 1967, new clutch, Excellent
4303 NW 21st Dr. 378-8260 after 5
PM (G-3t-100-p)
67 Chev. Impala 4-door, factory air,
power steering and brakes, auto,
trans. Perfect cond. Call 378-9888
(G-lt-102-p)
1968 gto-alr cond, 3 speed auto,
vinyl roof, power steer, excellent
condition. $2150 or best offer. Call
392-2292 days or 378-7925 eve &
weekend (G-lt-102-p)
MUSTANG 67 fastback, 289-V8
4-speed, air cond., G-series goodyr.
polyglas tires, red w/black Int. SI3OO
or best offer. Call 373-3850
(G-lt-102-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)
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)

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Volkswagen, 56 rebuilt engine, new
transmission, new battery & starter,
good rubber. Must sell this week.
$l5O call 376-1750 (G-2t-101-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 orfer (G-4t-99-p)
69 Fiat 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'. Ghia, mlchelin radials
good condition buying new gh i 'v;rt
sell call 376-9335 ask for John, also
beat up stereo sls (G-2t-101-p?
PERSONA L
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)
For the best and lowest priced bike
repairs see Charlie at 103-6 NW 10 St
4-9 pm (J-llt-92-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)
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)
Swinging tour to Europe Ivg. August
22, 1971 $699 per person
all-inclusive-7 countries-2 days-Prof
Julian Pleasants, 424 little hall
(J-3t-100-p)
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)



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PERSONAL
professional DRAFT COUNSELING
Medical-Legal-Psychologic open
weekends Tel: 891-3736 2135 Ixora
Road No. Miami, 33161 (J-4t-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)
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)
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-2MOI-P)
Banjo instruction, repair or flutes and
fretted instruments. Also handmade
dulcimers. Visit the Sabine String
Shop in Gvilie Artisans Market
378-1383 (J-3t-100-p)
MBB Happy 19th Birthday our third
together sorry WE cant be I love you
and miss you have a good day LOVE
otmi (J-lt-102-p)
Finals special at ANTHONYS BEER
only 25 cents a glass. Come in and
cool off. (J-lt-102-p)

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PERSONAL
Having trouble with I.D.s? Aquire
your own FIVE piece
IDENTIFICATION SET. Send
photo, all pertinant Information, and
$7.50 to: IIDENTO, P. 0.8. 4129,
Stanford California (J-2t-101-p)
Nanny I love you yes I do. Only 193
DTG & time flies. Thanks for the xx
Bday presents. Hows the ol waist &
legs etc. bridge & letters 800800
(J-lt-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 doWn! I want to
meet you call 376-4093 after 9 pm
(J-2t-101-p)
You can get fine handcrafted
SANDALS at THE ETERNAL
EXCHANGE 804 W. Univ. Ave
(J-2t-101-p)
Wanted: ride to New York or Boston
March 18 or later, will share driving
and expenses call 378-2774 Doreen
(J-lt-102-p)
Edgar Cayce state cons. Mar. 19, 20.
21 Eustis, Fla. Call 373-2546 or
372-7883 for info and
transportation. (J-4t-99-p)
Would the person who took the bag
out of my car on SW 6 Ave. please
return the papers. It was my final
project for the quarter no questions
asked: mall or bring to 1007 SW 6
Ave. (J-lt-102-p)

Friday, March 12,1971, The Florida Alligator,

PERSONAL
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)
LOST St FOUND
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Lost: White Persian female, my dear
pet for 3 yrs. Missing since Jan. In
area of Main and Univ. Gift offered.
Please call 372-1622 (L-lt-102-p)
Lost tan puppy Vi shepherd vicinity
of salvation army house E Univ. Ave
Call Gordie 378-7429 (L-lt-102-p)
Found: Set of TOYOTA keys Call
373-1662 (L-3MOO-NC)
ladles gold Seiko watch, brushed
band; flat, square face, broken chain
guard. REWARDI extremely
sentimental cell 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)
Reward offered for lost man's watch.
Sentimental value. Please call
378-4346 (L-3t-101-p)
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: key case with ID tag with name
Halpeny. $5. reward, call 376-9653
(L-lt-102-p)
SERVICES
HORSES BOARDED sleepy hollow
horse farm box stalls tack room
lighted ring wooded trails pasture
convenient to ur.fv ph 373-1059
(M-2t-101-p)
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)
Alternators generators starters
electrical systems tested and repaired.
Auto-Electric Service, 1111 S. Main
378-7330. Nowl BankAmerlcard adn
Master Charge, (m-tfc)
Were wired for sight at the smallest
eyeglass office in town. Drive your
own waiting room to UNIVERSITY
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across from Greyhound Bus Station,
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Suit Against
Georgia
Seagle Hall
Still Uncertain

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No decision has yet been reached on the court appeal made
by residents of Georgia Seagle Hall on a suit filed June 10
against the board of trustees.
Georgia Seagle Hall was created 24 years ago in the will of
Mrs. Georgia Seagle Hollins to provide a home for worthy
students to get through UF on a minimum income and to
provide a Christian atmosphere for the residents.
THE HOME WAS until last August, under the directorship of
a board of trustees from the Florida Conference of Methodist
Churches.
Last August, according to Dr. Harold Buell chairman of the
board ot trustees, the home was officially closed due to a lack
of funds and we (the trustees) could not operate with the
supervision of the home.
Another reason for the closing was to permit the state
conference of Methodist churches time to investigate the
situation.
THE CONFLICT between the board of trustees and the
residents of the home was responsible for the suit which, if
successful, would place the house under the trusteeship of a
trust or banking firm.
Things werent going right, said Ed Stencil, a former
president of the home, the trustees, because of other
obligations theyre all ministers didnt have time to devote
to the trust.
The residents complained of the run-down condition of the
house.
ALTHOUGH THE TRUSTEES closed the home last August,
students still reside in Georgia Seagle Hall. Buell refers to these
residents as squatters. Buell warns the residents will be
evicted if the outcome of the appeal favors the board of
trustees.
We could evict them right now Buell stated, but it could
cause a great deal of trouble and embarrassment.
The students living in Georgia Seagle Hall are currently
operating the home entirely on their own with each resident
paying $220 per quarter for three meals a day plus board.

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Whitney M. Young
LAGOS, Nigeria (UPI) Whitney M. Young Jr., executive director
of the National Urban League and a leading U.S. civil rights leader for
the past decade, died Thursday of a heart attack suffered at
Lighthouse Beach, a popular Lagos bathing area. He was 49.
Nigerian officials said the six-foot, two-inch Kentucky-born Negro
leader collapsed while walking after an afternoon swim. A doctor was
summoned immediately, and he pronounced Young dead.
Young was among a group of prominent Americans taking part in a
meeting with African leaders sponsored by the African-American
Association, a Ford-Foundation-backed organization.
Officials said Youngs body was taken to a local mortuary where an fi
autopsy was to be performed. v
Young, a moderate in the struggle for racial equality, was among
the most polished and articulate of spokesmen for black Americans.
He was at home in the corporate offices of Wall Street and the inner
sanctums of Washington and had the ear of some of the most
powerful men in the white establishment.
Prominent whites were quick to voice concern over Youngs death.
Vice President Spiro T. Agnew said it was a serious setback to the
forces of moderation. David Rockefeller-chairman of the Chase
Manhattan Bank said a career of dedicated service which
immeasurably benefitted all Americans had been cut short.
Young became director of the Urban League Oct. 1, 1961, after
serving as dean of the Atlanta University School of Social Work. The
league at that time was restricted to traditional social work and was
oriented to the middle class. He transformed it into an agency that
attacked the grass root problems of ghetto Negroes through joJ>
training and self-help efforts.
Volcano Display
Here Over Break
By MARY ANN WHITLEY
Alligator Staff Writer
Volcanoes and Volcanism, a display of 25 colorful panels
combining art, photographs and text material, will be on exhibit at the
Florida State Museum onUFs campus March 17-29.
The giant textbook depicting the various aspects of volcanic activity
was prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey, and is touring the UJS.
and Canada, sponsored by the Smithsonian Institute.
DIRECTOR OF THE Geological Survey Dr. William T. Pecora said,
These panels display much of what is known about volcanoes their
world-wide distribution, the nature of their eruptions and their rock
products, their impact on human life and explain some of the
methods being developed to predict eruptions.
For example, most of the 600 volcanoes considered to be alive
today, are located in a ring of fire surrounding the Pacific Ocean.
Crater Lake, Oregon, is a depression formed by the collapse of an
extinct volcano, Mt. Mazama.
The Jean Louis Berlandier exhibit, containing material on the
natural history and Indian tribes of Texas in 1830, will run through
March 31.
Florida State Museum is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through
Saturday and 1 pm. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Admission is free.
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Raiford Inmates Seek Court Injunction

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UPI) Three Raiford Prison
inmates filed suit in U.S. district court here Thursday
seeking a temporary injunction to prohibit Raiford
officials from reading mail between inmates and their
attorneys.
The suit, filed by four American Civil Liberties Union
(ACLU) attorneys, named as defendants State Corrections
Director Louie Wainwright, Raiford Supt. L. E. Dugger,
Raiford Assistant Supt. Robert Turner and Dan Dearing,
chief trial counsel for the state attorney generals office.
The suit, filed in behalf of inmates Michael Belsky,
Fred Yokum and Elester Samuel Roberts, charged that
the plaintiffs have been deprived of access to the courts
through legal representation and the assistance of
counsel in the preservation and presentation of their
claims.
It asked for a temporary injunction prohibiting prison

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when he stepped on a tennis ball
filled with fire crackers and BBs,
is now in the infirmary listed
under good condition.
Mike Hawley, president of the
Inter-fraternity Council (IFC)
was unavailable for comment
Thursday concerning whether or
not IFC was investigating the
incident. Also none of the
investigators from the University
Police Department were
available for comment.
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inmates and their attorneys. The attorneys filing the suit
were James M. Russ and Michael F. Cycmanick, both of
Orlando, Carol Scott of Gainesville and Philip Hirschkop
of Washington, D.C.
U.S. District Judge William Mceae scheduled a hearing
on the suit for March 16.
The suit charged the four attorneys have received
approximately 100 written requests from Raiford inmates
since March 1 asking they represent them in legal matters,
and that nearly all the letters had been, opened and
censored.
The suit further stated that the attorneys sent
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The letters were returned along with a letter from
Turner stating they would not be forwarded to the
inmates without being opened and censored, the suit said.
The four attorneys filing the suit are also representing
36 Raiford inmates in a suit before U.S. District Judge
Gerald B. Tjoflat seeking a federal takeover of the
3,500-inmate prison. Tjoflat is expected to make a ruling
in that case next week.
The suit stemmed from recent violence at the prison in
which 74 inmates and four prison guards were injured.
In connection with that suit, Tjoflat issued an order
Thursday stating that the ACLU attorneys will be allowed
to interview Raiford inmates in private provided the
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Tennis Team Against Top Ranked UM

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LUIS GARCIA
... UM's All-America

Drag Racing Appeal
Lies In Diversity

By JOHN SIEBENTHALER
Alligator Correspondent
The appeal of drag racing lies
in its diversity the ability of
the sanctioning bodies to create
a class for almost any
chassis-engine combination
which has triggered the explosive
growth the sport has
experienced in the last 10 years.
This diversity is also the
source of a great deal of
confusion for the neophyte
spectator or competitor.
THERE ARE over 100
different classes a driver can
compete in. Located somewhere
on the cars body or windshield
will be a diagonal slash, with a
letter (or two) located on either
side of the mark.
The first letter designates the
cars respective ranking within
any given class, the second letter
the actual class. In AA/GG, for
instance, the first letters indicate
the top of the class-in this case,
GD or gas dragster. A stock car
might run in the B classification,
thus, B/S. The higher the letter
in the alphabet, the higher the
class rating.
Timing the race is what its all
about, and Gainesville Dragway
employs dual-lane timing, an
electronic timing system which
records each cars speed and
elapsed time separately.

Mens Golf Saturday

The UF mens golf association
has scheduled its March
tournament for Saturday,March
13, starting at 8:30 a.m.
Entrance fees for all members
will be $ 1 while all others who
wish to play will have to join the

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tennis teams in the nation will
challenge the UF Gators today
starting at 2:30 p.m. on the
varsity courts.
The University of Miami,
presently ranked in the top five
teams in the couritry invades
Gainesville for its dual with the
Gators.
LUIS GARCIA, team captain
for the Hurricanes and their No.
1 singles player, has lost only
one match in singles competition
in the past two years. In
doubles, the NCAA
All-American has dropped just
two decisions while winning 26.
Eddie Dibbs, the No. 2 player
for Miami, is the former Florida

LOCATED ON either side of
the starting line is a
photo-electric cell, which passes
a light beam in front of each car.
The starting lights flash down at
half-second intervals, and the
driver prepares to leave when the
green light comes on. As the car
moves forward, the light beam is
broken and an electronic timer,
which registers to the
thousandth of a second, begins.
The car breaks an identical light
beam a quarter of a mile down
the strip, stoping the timer.
Other items of interest to the
newcomer might be found in the
colorful jargon of drag racing.
Slicks refer to the
smooth-surfaced tires used on
the rear which enable the laeci
to get maximum traction on the
asphalt surface of the strip. A
blower (supercharger) is
allowed in some classes, and
forces the fuel-air mixture into
the cylinders at greater than
atmospheric pressure. Nitro
refers to the exotic
nitromethane/alchol mixture
some of the cars utilize for more
power, and is readily discerned
from gas burning cars. Funnies
refer to the funny cars, although
people no longer laugh as these
powerful competitors are
recording speeds of over 200
m.p.h. in less than seven seconds
from a standing start.

association as well as pay the
entrance fee.
The tournament will be a
handicap tournament with prizes
going to the low gross scorer and
at least the five best low net
scores.

State high school champion and
ranked sixth in the national
juniors in 1969.
They have to be one of the
best teams in the country, UF
tennis coach Bill Potter said
Thursday. They have a lot of
veterans which will make it
tough for our freshmen.
It was the Hurrican team that
holds the longest winning streak
in college history, 137 straight
and has compiled an amazing
443 triumphs, 29 defeats and
eight ties since the founding of
the university.
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Gators will have just one more
match this quarter, that
Saturday when they meet
Presbyterian College here
starting at 10 a.m.
The Gators will have six other
matches before the start of the
spring quarter. Southern Illinois

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Green Gator
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Over 100 fencers from over
the east will participate in the
Green Gator Fencing
Tournament beginning Saturday
at 9 a.m. in the Florida Gym.
The double elimination tourney
will conclude Sunday.
All fencing weapons will be
represented in the tourney with
many of the fencers aiming for
spots on the 1972 Olympic
team.
FROM THE UF Fencing
Club, Gerry Gamer, Jose Sasak,
Barbara Peterson and Carol
House will be entered. Many
observers consider Sasak to be
one of the best in the nation. His
ability in the use of all of the
weapons is a great advantage.
A fencer receives a point
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By losing his next duel, he is
eliminated from the tournament.
The epee* sword has an
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judges decide when a point is
scored. A light is flashed when
contact is made with the fencers
body.
Fencers are usually offensive
or defensive players depending
upon if the fencer is the
aggressor or the aggressed.
The two-day event will
feature various styles, most from
the United States, British and
the Hungarian schools.
Correction
Thursday, The Alligator
stated that Delta Tau Delta had
captured the Blue League
handball title over Theta Chi.
Unfortunately, the reporter did
not notice that Theta Chi was
indeed the winner.
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North Vs.South In UF Rugby Tourney

It will be north against south
and brother against brother
March 27-28 when the Second
Annual Gator Rugby
Invitational Tournament takes
place on Norman Field.
The north versus the south is
the Florida Gators meeting
teams from the Ivy League.
BROTHER AGAINST
brother will be Phil Ebersole,
president of the Cornell Club,
challenging brother John from
Florida in the first match of the
tournament.
Eight teams are entered with
Yale, the Ivy League rugby
champion, Brown, runner-up in
the championships, and
Columbia besides Cornell from
the Ivy League while teams from
Illinois, Virginia Poly. Tech, and
Birmingham round out the
tournament.
George Washington
University, not entered this year,
UF Golf Team
In Miami
Over Break
By MARK ROSNER
Alligator Sports Writer
The UF golf team swings into
action during the spring break
when they participate in the
Miami Invitational Tournament
beginning March 24. The
four-day event will feature 40
teams from the north and the
Florida areas.
The tourney will be played on
two different courses, the
Biltmore and the LeJeune.
WERE PRETTY confident
right now. We know that Miami
and a few of the Northern teams
are good but we think we can
win, team captain Mike Killian
said. Miami should be the
favorite because they are playing
on their home courses.
In the last outing, the Gator
golfers captured the Seminole
Invitational Tournament in
Tallahassee out stroking their
closest opponent, FSU, by 26
strokes. Andy North sparked the
victory shooting a final round 66
to sew up the victory.
Were using this coming
tournament as a tune-up for the
Houston All-American, Killian
said.
Killian is a transfer from
Houston and is looking forward
to the Houston tournament.
It will be great to beat my
old teammates on the course
that the NCAAs will be played
on, he said.
WESM

captured the first tournament
last year defeating UF in the
finals.
The Gators, presently 12-1-1
on the season, (the only defeat
was to South Carolina, who they
meet two weeks after the
tournament), has a good chance
to take the tournament.
Most of the northern teams
havent been able to practice
because of the cold weather,
Phil Whyatt, UF player-coach
said Thursday, while we have
been playing just about every
weekend.
The single elimination
tournament will begin at 12:30
pun. Saturday the 27th with all
teams playing twice. The teams
still unbeaten will meet in the
finals on Sunday for the title.

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Baseball Team Tackles Stetson

By SIM SMITH
Alligator Correspondent
The Florida baseball team
journeys to Deland today to
tackle the tough Stetson Hatters
in the opening game of a two
game series.
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The Gators will meet the
Hatters at 1:30 p.m. Saturday
on Perry Field.
THE TWO TEAMS split their
series last year, each chalking up
a win on home ground.
Stetson went on to reach the
college division playoffs.
Florida will see plenty of
action over the quarter break.
While the rest of us are sunning
it, the Gators will meet four
different opponents and play
seven games.
FOR THE FIRST time in
several years the Gators will play
teams from the western division
of the SEC.
On March 22 and 23 Florida
will face L.S.U. at Baton Rouge
and then fly to Tuscaloosa, Ala.
to meet the Crimson Tide of
Alabama.
Florida is in the eastern
division of the SEC and the
games will have no bearing on
the standings.
ON MARCH 25 the UF will
return home to battle Miami of
Ohio in a single game.
Miami is coached by Bud
Middaugh who also coached
Tony Dobies and Lary Sheffield
this summer in the Illinois
Collegiate League. UF defeated
Miami of Ohio in both of their
meetings last year.
The Georgia Bulldogs will
offer the opposition for the
Gators the Friday and Saturday
before classes begin.
Approved In
S. Carolina
COLUMBIA, S.C. (UPI)
The South Carolina Senate
Tuesday unanimously approved
a resolution congratulating Joe
Fiazier on his heavyweight
boxing win over Muhammed Ali
and invited Frazier to address
the legislature as soon as
possible.
The resolution also declared a
Joe Frazier Day in the state
and urged citizens to let the
Beaufort, S.C. native know of
their pride in his defense
Monday night.
The resolution proposed
by the entire 46-member
and was sent to the House for
quick approval.
The resolution praised Frazier
for defending his title with
great personal courage and
professional and said his
victory removed any doubt as to
which of the two fighters
should be universally
recognized as the worlds
greatest heavyweight boxer.

UFHAS 7 GAMES OVER BREAK

THESE TWO games will
officially open the season for the
eastern division of the SEC

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start for Florida today against
Stetson.

Friday, March 12,1971, The Florida Alligator,

John Reich, Bob Kowalski,
and Art Lee will be throwing in
the game Saturday.

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