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Vol. 63, No. 110

Neff disagrees with AAUP
UPAO would oppose UF censure

By MARK ROSNER
Alligator Staff Writer
The president of the
University Professors for
Academic Order (UPAO) said
Tuesday they would be opposed
to the American Association of
University Professors (AAUP)
censure of UFs decision to fire
Marshall Jones. I think we
would be opposed to Marshall
Jones and directly opposed to
things like that, President
Thomas 0. Neff said at an
organizational meeting of the
UPAO.
The UPAO also condemned
the hiring of other professors
who used their classroom for
radical indoctrination. The
nonpolitkal organization is
dedicated to the pursuit of
obtaining an academic
atmosphere conducive to the
pursuit of truth, according to a
memorandum published by the
UPAO.
The UPAO will seek to invite
speakers other than radicals to

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By MARIAti JEDRUSIAK
Alligator Alignments Editor

A journey of a thousand miles begins with just one
step, is an apt summation of the philosophy of Marsha
Kaufman, Real Partys Candidate for Student Body Vice
President.
She applauds the idea of compromise in achieving
desired ends rather than utilizing an all or nothing
approach to Student Government.
The 21-year-old Miami senior and founder of Samson,
SGs agency for student volunteers in community
involvement programs, is the first woman ever to seek the
office.
Its about time some women became more involved
and especially those who can get others to become
involved, Miss Kaufman said.
However, Miss Kaufman views her sex as neither an
asset nor a liability. I dont know whether being a girl
affects the way people will vote, she said. I hope people
will vote for me because Im the best person.
The current chairman of Samson cited her leadership
qualities in getting die program off the ground and
through to its expansion as an impetus to her candkacy.
This is the first time she is seeking an SG office.
Disillusioned with a bad experience in high school student
government, Miss Kaufman vowed she would never

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speak on campus without
interference, according to the
memorandum.
The national organization of
the UPAO will also seek other
goals.
The UPAO believes that a
university should be a place for
instruction, learning and seeking
of truth through research and
reflection, and not an
instrument of social change or
an organization for the
furthering of political objectives
within society at large.
Also, a university should not
tolerate demands from any
source that politicizes itself by
taking stands on questions that
are properly the Concern of
political organizations.
A university should not
permit a minority acting in
concert to infringe upon the
rights of the majority of the
academic community.
The UPAO considers working

become involved in
politics on the university
level.
Leery of SG
misrepresentation of
students, she involved
herself with forming
Samson during the third
quarter of her freshman
year since there was no
such outlet for student
(See Kaufman Page 2)

THE SOUTHEAST'S LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

for or attending a university in
any capacity a privilege that
imposes equivalent duties and
responsibilities, it is not an
innate right. Therefore,
administrators, professors,
students and staff forfeit this
privilege when they become
involved in pursuits that
transgress the regulations of the
university or the laws of the
community, or advocate that
others do so, thereby
unfavorably reflecting upon die
institution with which they are
associated, according to the
UPAO.
Another goal sought by the
organization is that the
university professor, because he
has mastered his subject, is
entitled to responsible liberty in
the presentation of the subject
he teaches. This, by definition, is
academic freedom. However,
UPAO believes that it is
improper for the professor
deliberately to intrude material
designed to politicize his

By RANDY BELLOWS
Alligator Staff Writer

The fundamental issue in this campaign, according to
Common Cause (CC) Vice Presidential Candidate Sam
Taylor, will be the need for student power.
Until we control and administer student funds, it
wont matter whos elected, Taylor said.
Common Cause, he continued, will attempt to gain
control of the entire $32.50 student activities fee as part
of a general philosophical redefinition of Student
Government.
The CC slate is headed by presidential candidate Don
Middlebrooks (3LW), Sam Taylor, and treasurer
contender Ellen Corenswet (3AS), followed by Bob Willis
(3LW) for Honor Court chancellor, and traffic court Chief
Justice Candidate Tom Hurst (3LW).
Taylor, a seventh year Arts and Sciences student,
working towards his masters degree in political science,
has been a UF instructor for four quarters.
SG, in general, has meant nothing; it has had no
power, Taylor said. Much of the blame, he continued,
should be on UF President Stephen C. OConnells
shoulders. He has repeatedly turned down exactly the
kindrof things that would have benefitted the students.
The most critical of these, Taylor said, was denying SG
the right to hire a student attorney. Its one of our most

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OConnell turned it
down.
Taylor identified
several routes CC will
take to establish a
student power base in
the university.
The first thing is to
negotiate with the
administration to gain
(See Taylor* Page 2)

students, particularly where that
material has no direct relation to
the subject he is teaching; nor
has he a right to fail to present
his course essentially as officially
announced.
Should a professor's political
convictions so acutely conflict
with the academic freedom
which he has earned, that he
finds them incompatible with a
simultaneous fulfillment of* his

Questions wanted
The Alligator will publish a question and answer column for
questions directed at the candidates for student body president.
Any question concerning the candidates or their platforms
should be sent or brought to The Alligator offices, room 365 of
the Reitz Union.

People are always saying I want to be an individual/
were basing our entire campaign on individuality and
verbal communication, Miss Ruth Ruthi Ellen
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Whitman the vice-presidential candidate running as an
independent with Lowell Stanley said. We plan to work
with every student on campus.
Concerning the partys platform on student specialists,
Miss Whitman said, Were all running as equals. Lowell is
the administrator of our ideas but were working together
along with our student advisers. Without them our entire
platform wouldnt survive.
According to Miss Whitman, die was picked for the
position because of her background, which includes
debate and education, and her deep concern in die
university and its activities that arent doing what they
should or could.
I think its fantastic, Lowell thought of me as a
person, not to build up any womens lib thing for our
campaign, but because 1 was qualified.
Describing her partys platform, she said, Were a new
organization completely diverting from the old ideas. I
dont think a party can run on old ideas, be elected and
then approach the university and the Board of Regents
with new ideas. The other two parties are running on

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By MIKE CAHLIN
Alligator Staff Writer

Wednesday, April 7, 1971

contractual obligations as a
faculty member, he should
either resign or request a leave of
absence.
A committee was appointed
to draw up restrictions
concerning university affairs in
addition to the national goals.
We should support President
OConnell on possible academic
disturbances this spring, Neff
said.

platforms that are
maintaining the status
quo, were not. Our
partys main idea is that
Student Government must
be a joint effort between
education and
government, students
and student leaden and
student leaders must be
the equilizers of SG. We
(See WhitmanPage



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Kaufman
involvement prior to this time.
What is it that made Miss
Kaufman decide to step into the
political arena?
Students are beginning to
have more and more of an
influence on problems around
them, she said.
By its being a decision making
position, Miss Kaufman said she
feels the office of student body
vice president send the SG
organization itself wields a lot
of credibility and a vote of
confidence from students as well
as a vote of responsibility.
What needs to be kept in
mind is that the closer you come
to solving a problem, the closer
you corpte to accomplishing what
you had in mind, she said
concerning the pragmatic
approach of her party.
According to Miss Kaufman,
You have to have an overall
pulse for the feeling of the
students. This is something she
said she feels has not been the
case with SG in the past.
Mandells running mate
offered some advice received
from her father, who is involved
in politics. As an elected person
your ideas arent always
foremost. You must consider the
people who elected you, she
said.
In keeping with a realistic
approach to solving problems,
candidate for chancellor of the
Honor Court, Tom Dark,
suggested revisions in the Honor
Court although, I believe that
the honor system is the best
system to judge whether
students have committed
violations and what the penalties
should be.
These revisions would include
utilizing freshmen and
sophomores as jurors and to
refrain from sending letters
notifying Dean Frank Adams of
alleged Honor Court violations
until after the students in
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question have been tried.
Solutions to problems in
transportation are suggested by
Real Party candidate for traffic
court chief justice, Howard
Lubell.
He said he feels the main
problem involved with traffic on
campus comes from decals and
advocates abolishing the fee
charged.
Lubell also proposed tighter
enforcement in keeping cars off
campus, allowing for more bikes
to be used and in installing
anti-pollution devices on the bus
system.
Whitman
nickname our party the Think
Tank* because were based on
academicians.
One of the ideas of the party
is that of student specialists.
These people have been selected
after three months of searching
and interviews with the purpose
of utilizing the universitys
wealth of knowledge, she said.
For example, Miss Whitman
said, instead of going to a
professional architect to draw up
plans for a new building why not
ask a university student? Its
been done and the buildings are
still standing. Why is UF
constantly paying professionals
to do jobs that university
students could do just as well for
less money?
Miss Whitman, 3ED, a former
Broward Hall Honor Court
justice and floor representative,
is the partys student specialist
in education.
Were using these student
specialists as a liason between
students and professors, the
administration and the students
and SG and the students. These
people will see how problems on
other campuses are handled, like
the traffic problem, and try to
adapt them to UF.
Concerning education Miss
Whitman said, We should keep
the present system of University

College because it gives the
student two years to make up
his mind concerning his major
without losing any credits. Also,
University College credits are
accepted in any university in
the United States, so if a student
transfers or stops and then starts
college in another university, no
credits will be lost. Progs should
be done away with. Any sort of
exam that a group of professors
compose is not good because its
impossible for a student to learn
not only whats required by his
professor but of all the
professors in his departments as
well. Also, no class grade should
be determined by only two
exams. If a professor is
competent to teach at UF he
should also be competent to
grade his students accordingly.
Miss Whitman says her party
is non-political. Were not
affiliated with anybody, any
organization, except with every
student on campus. We dont
want money.
To date the candidates say
they have spent $ 10.
This is the year of the
independent, Miss Whitman
said, were not against the
Greeks, we want people who are
ready to think on their own. The
way to start change in SG is with
a party. We ran because we were
tired of sitting around.
Taylor
some type of automatic
ratification of fiscal decisions
made by the students. We also
need control of the entire
activities fee, including
athletics, Taylor continued.
These funds paid by students
should remain in the domain of
students.
If negotiations with the
university are unsuccessful,
Taylor said, an attempt would
then be made in court to gain
control of the fee.
We have a lawyer willing to
handle it, Common Cause has
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and a similar case has been tried
successfully elsewhere in the
country, Taylor said.
Taylor called athletics on
campus an empire.
If the university crumbles it
will still be there. Im not against
athletics but this is totally
absurd, he continued.
Taylor, former chairman of
the Black Student Union and a
member of the Presidents
Committee on Disadvantaged
Students, criticized what he
termed the possibly systematic
exclusion of Macks at UF. He
said the university should
immediately establish an Office
of Minority Affairs on the vice
presidential level.
The present coordinator of
minority affairs definitely does
not have the power, the funds or
the staff to approach the
immense scope of the problem.
Ellen Corenswet, CCs
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quarter by the Student Senate
following the resignation of
John Dodson.
The most important need is
to control the student activities
fee, she said. Without money,
very few programs could even be
started and the students should
be able to decide where that
moneys going, Miss Corenswet
said.
According to Bob Westbrook,
CC campaign manager, Honor
Court Chancellor Candidate Bob
Willis will be working to enact a
policy that will allow first-time
marijuana users to appear before
Honor Court rather than civil
court.
Thats presently done with
other crimes such as robbery,
Westbrook said. Were going to
attempt to re\)&e the policy with
first time marijuana users.
Tom Hurst, traffic court chief
justice candidate, called the
position a strictly non-policy
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By BRUCE KUEHN
Alligator Staff Writer
What Calley did, we all did, said Scott Camil, regional
coordinator of Vietnam Veterans Against the War (WAW).
Winter Soldier Investigation, an inquiry into U.S. war crimes in
Indochina, first held in Detroit early this year, is being held by the
Gainesville WAW today from 12 to 10 p.m at the southeast campus
of Santa Fe Jr. College (Lincoln High School Auditorium).
Eight veterans who are students at UF and Sante Fe, will testify
about the atrocities they witnessed in Indochina, according to Camil.
The eight veterans have been awarded about SO medals including five
purple hearts and three bronze stars. Also, statements will be read
from veterans who are patients in the VA hospital,
William Glenn Hengevelt, a patient at the VA hospital, writes in a
statement, We have seen many incidents like My Lai. We will not and
cannot allow the American people to claim ignorance of the genocide
of the Vietnamese people being carried out right now in Southeast
Asia as part of American policy.
One of the students, Richard Tuke, will testify that he flew Green
Beret troops into Laos in 1967.
Camil said.the governor and the legislatures of Florida were invited
to attend. He said he has received only five answers, all negative.
A film will be shown from the Detroit Winter Soldier Investigation
as part of the program.
The WAW plan to meet in Washinton D.C. from April 18 to April
23 to lobby against the war and to turn in their medals.
Arts and Sciences
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After searching for more than
a year, UF President Stephen C.
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Sciences.
Dr. Calvin A. VandeiWerf,
currently a professor of
chemistry in residence at
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The Florida, Alligator, Wednesday, AprU 7,1971

Calley petition endorsement refused

By ELLI MOSS
Alligator Staff Writer
The Gainesville City and the
Alachua County Commissions
refused to endorse a petition
protesting the conviction of Lt.
William Calley circulated by
Mothers for Calley, a group of
private citizens headed by Mrs.
Juanita Harris.
The petition, which is
addressed to President Nixon,
states that due to the
circumstances, Calley did not
receive a just verdict and should
never have been brought to trial.
Why do you train a soldier
to fight and kill for his country
and then try that very soldier for
something that he has been
taught to do? the petition
reads. If you try and convict
Lt. Calley you should try many
other officers in the armed
services, including you, Mr.
President,*' the petition
continues.
The petition concludes by
saying that the president should
intervene in this situation for
the sake of the entire nation,
that is if you want a nation left
to command.
At the County Commission
meeting, Mrs. Harris met with
silence when she introduced her
petition for endorsement.
County Commissioner Edwin
Turlington told Mrs. Harris that
each member of the County
Commission may be in
sympathy with the petition, but
added he didnt feel this board
(County Commission) can act as
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The deadline for return of
election applications for two
Student Government
Productions offices is 12 noon
today.
The two SGP offices open are
chairman and assistant chairman.
No experience is necessary to be
elected.
Applications for the election
may be picked up and returned
to room 305 of the Student
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The elections will be held at
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Ted Williams of the
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said, It is extremely
unfortunate that the man has
been convicted, but the
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should be respected.*
According to Williams, The
city should not enter in protest,
and to do this is to tear down
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F ollowing the County
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said, I didnt think theyd help,
and in Gainesville the all
American City.
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Mrs. Harris said, ls that Calley *s
family lives right here in
Gainesville.
Mrs. Kesling, Calleys older
sister, endorsed the petition.
The City and County
Commissions also refused Mrs.
Harris request to declare the
week of April 5-12 Lt. Calley
Week and lower the flags to
half mast for Calley and the
50,000 dead and wounded
Americans.
Mrs. Harris, who has already
collected 5,000 signatures plans
to personally take the petition
to Washington when more
signatures are obtained.

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John Ricardo will head the
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meets tonight at 7:30 in 311
Rolfs Hall. John Hudson will be
the featured speaker.
Gay Lib Workship: The
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Peasant Careers at 8 in room
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Studies Building. Dr. Moore will
appear as part of the Latin
American Colloquim.
Grand Young Party?: The
Young Republicans will sponsor
Buz Lukens, the youngest man
elected to Congress, Thursday
night at 8 in the University
Auditorium. Lukens will speak
on Fighting the System.
Admission is free.
New Ficks, Old Flicks: The
Popular Film Selection
Committee of the Reitz Union
will meet in 331 JWRU tonight
at 7:30. The Classic Film
Selection Committee will also
meet tonight at 7 in 355 JWRU.
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i, The Florida Anigfrtbr,' Wednesday, April*?, *1&71

SG off icials consider
experimental college

Carlos J. Licea
Alligator Staff Writer
Student Body President Steve
Uhlfelder said Monday SG
officials were considering the
possibility of establishing a
strengthened experimental
college at UF.
A similar program already in
existence at FSU has come
under fire largely because
Radical Jack Lieberman is
teaching a course in How to
Make a Revolution in the
U.S.A.
I want to work with the next
student body president in
establishing a stronger
experimental college, Uhlfelder
said.
State Senator David McClain
has blasted Board of Regents
Chairman D. Burke Kibler 111
and FSU President Stanley
Marshall for their hands off
policy in respect to the Center
for Participatory Education
(CPE) which offers the course.

Gator Band presents
spring concert tonight
The Gator Symphonic Band will open the spring series of twilight
concerts on the lawn of the Reitz Union tonight at 6:45.
Guest Conductor Earl Slocum, a past president of the American
Bandmasters Association, will direct the band in the first public
performance of his arrangement of the Finale of the Saint Saens Third
Symphony. Dr. Slocum was formerly Dean of the School of Music at
the University of Noith Carolina.
Other selections on the program will include numbers featured on
the Bands recent Concert Tour along Floridas Gold Coast. The Hugo
Montenegro Fanfare for the New, arranged for band by Conductor
Richard W. Bowles, was widely acclaimed by audiences throughout
the 11-concert series which brought the band before more than
15,000 people.
Alto saxophone soloist William Gora, a graduate student in music
education, will play the Introduction and Samba, by Maurice
Whitney. Carole Reaves, from Daytona Beach, will perform the
exciting Hora Staccato as a xylophone solo.
Wednesday evening twilight concerts have been a regular part of
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As long as the people
volunteer to come to class or to
teach a course, they have the
right to discuss and meet
anywhere on campus, Uhlfelder
said.
He contended if a university
was not a place for the
expression of all ideas and views
then there would not be a place
for them to be expressed.
Dr. Stanley Marshall has
defended Lieberman and his
rights, Uhlfelder said, adding
no other university president has
done so.
Marshall said last week there
is no basis for preventing the
course from being taught, since
there is no violation of state law
or university regulations.
However, McClain differed in
opinion: This is a classic case
where he (Lieberman) should be
denied access to campus
facilities for the announced
purposes of how to create a
revolution in the United States,
McClain said.

McCla i said there was a
section in the 1970-71
appropriation bill for state
universities that states no funds
shall be expended for any
employe or student who
advocates t e overthrow of the
United St. es government, of
the goverr ent of Florida, or
who ac >cates disruptive
activities oi ampus.
Right no 1 CPE offers courses
at night i FSU classrooms.
Courses are ee and open to all
students: alt ough, part of the
student activity fee goes for
maintenance of the CPE.
Discussion leaders of CPE use
up to S2O from the activity fee
for materials in the course.
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Contrary to housing regulations
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By ELLI MOSS
Alligator Staff Writer
Although housing regulations
prohibit students from keeping
dogs and cats in dorms, some
students have been sneaking
these pets into their rooms and
getting away with it.
One student in the Tolbert
area has been keeping a cat in his
room since last year and has
never been found out.
Dammit, the cat had five
kittens last month, said the
student, and all six of them go
in and out through the window
and play with the other people
on the floor.
The R.A. wK£> lives four
flights up doesnt know about
these illegal guests, said the
student. The maintenance
people know but havent
complained.
The reason for the rules
Candidates
to debate
tonight
A student body presidential
debate will be held tonight at
7:30 in Thomas Courtyard of
Murphree area.
All four candidates will
participate: Bob Mandell, Real
Party; Don Middlebrooks,
Common Cause Party; Lowell
Stanley, Independent, and El
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against permitting dogs and cats
in dorms are the health
considerations involved.
Animals such as dogs and
cats have parasites and residence
halls are not a suitable
environment for such animals,
stated Mr. Joseph Ball of central
housing.
Most of the complaints that
housing receives about animals
in rooms comes from custodians.
Housings procedure for
handling dogs and cats is giving
the owner a reasonable time for
finding a suitable home for the
animal and if the student fails to
comply, custodial services will
be stopped for the whole floor.
According to Ball, Students
have been very cooperative in
removing their pets when asked
to and the housing procedure
has been working effectively.
Many students who have to
get rid of their pets turn them in
to the Gainesville Animal
Shelter.
If the dog is in good
condition, healthy, friendly and
fairly young, he has a good
chance of being placed in a good
home, stated Mrs. Jonnie
Broskey of the animal shelter.
Cats are harder to place,
said Mrs. Broskey, because they

have to be put in a far away area
or else they will keep going
home.
A student in Jennings
successfully kept a puppy
pointer for a couple of weeks.
The R.A. discovered it and gave
the student one week to get rid
of it.
The puppy was very well
behaved. It never barked, the
owner said. The girls next door
never even knew we had it.
They were in the process of
housebreaking it when they were
caught.

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I, The Florida Alligator. Wednesday, April 7, 1971

Editorial -7
For some, it
may be funny
Student politics might be a game.
But not a farce. And we feel that is what Richard
Glukstad, El Magnifico, is trying to do in his campaign for
the presidency of the student body.
Every year there is at least one candidate who tries to
make a joke out of the election. He generally says he is
doing it to show up Student Government and what an
absurdity it is.
We think they are showing themselves up.
If this type of person enjoys having people laugh at him,
its okay with us.
But The Florida Alligator will not become a part of the
joke. We will strive to provide fair and accurate news
coverage of all candidates and issues during the election.
Newspapers are not bound by equal time provisions. And
we do not think just because each candidate gets the same
number of column inches, news coverage is fair and
impartial.
Therefore, we intend to cover the election as news,
reporting on each candidate as he or she makes news
without strict adherence to any magic formula.
This might mean one candidate will get more total inches
than another. But that will mean he has made more news.
And news does not mean headlines which scream only
that the other candidate has been a bad boy. We dont
intend to just print name calling contests.
Our coverage will include a special eight page section on
the election. There will be reports of all major candidate
debates.
Articles will be aimed toward informative and unbiased
coverage of each candidates ideas and activities, as well as
the party platforms.
The Florida Alligator will editorially endorse someone
only if we feel he is superior to the others.
Our electoral policy is based on the procedures followed
by many major American newspapers.
We intend to treat this campaign seriously. We hope the
candidates will too.
For those who dont, we promise only laughs.

1 The
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v
Communication -its difficult

By MARIAN JEDRUSIAK
Alligator Assignments Ector
A few words about flora and
fauna.
No, its not the name of a pair
of Siamese twins starring in a
skin flick at the Dragon. Its the
real thing you know, birds and
beasties and green growing
things. The nature things you
think about when the world is
too much with you.
When you live in a dorm
where people are always setting
their clocks an hour ahead or an
hour behind, you learn to
measure time by intangibles.
Like sweet potato vines and wax
candle drippings down the side
of an old wine bottle.
For the uninitiated, when you
put a sweet potato in water and
maybe dissolve a multiple
vitamin or two when the spirit
moves you, a natural
phenomenon results. It sprouts.
And it sprouts big. Gigantic
purple undulating monster-beef
cables.
At first when my little
hydroponic potatolet was
unfurling the first green leaves of
the season, I used to keep it trim
and tidy by pruning it with a
pair of cuticle scissors.
Now I keep a machete under
my pillow to slash my way to
the door in the morning. And
with the Gainesviiie monsoon
season rapidly approaching, my
room assumes the atmosphere of
a tropical rain forest.
However, it has its advantages.
You dont really have a need to

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how many other girls can ask
guys to come visit their own
botanical garden?
Actually, Erwin, Im doing
defoliant research in my
dormitory. Youd love to see it?
Really? Ill have to schedule you
for an appointment.
There are times when I leave
my simulated Garden of Eden to
look at somebody elses
cinder block cubicle.
I remember things by
associating events with how big
the underbrush in my room is. It
was before the first dehydration
disaster, when the first set of
sweet potatoes withered away,
that Dylan died.
Bob Dylan Thomas was a true
blue friend of mine. Actually he
was the pet turtle of a friend of
mine. A turtle of deep sagacity,
of boundless wisdom. And
besides, I think he was studying
psychiatry on the side.
You see, I talk to myself.
Endless monologues on the stage
of the union in Transylvania or

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the price of candied yams in
Duluth,MlNN.But Dylan always
had open ears. Well, I think he
did, but you can never really tell
with those reptile critters.
Anyway, he never argued with
me.
Donna took good care of him.
He didnt die of a case of benign
neglect. I used to watch her
mashing up vitamins A and D in
an empty pill bottle with the
point of a pencil. His leathery
neck would stretch away from
the yummy concoction offered
with a pair of tweezers.
Eat Dylan, its good for
you, Donna would implore.
Finally he partook. Personally
I think its lead poisoning that
did him in, but I wouldnt want
to draw any hasty conclusions.
One day I came in with a new
bateh of trivia with which to
enlighten his waiting ears. Only
this time his beady little turtle
eyes did not gleam with
anticipation. His noble head was
slumped over to the side. He had
turned a pale color tingled with
green, sort of like a parboiled
cabbage.
For days I was inconsolable. I
took to talking to my sweet
potatoes till they started to
strangle me. At any rate, we sent
Dylan to the great turtle
hatchery in the sky with pomp
and circumstance.
It was a burial at sea with full
honors in the first commode of
the Weaver IV bathroom. And
even now, nobody ever uses that
toilet stall in respect for his
memory.
But Im stuck now and scared
to communicate with a room
full of hostile yam vines.
Guess Ill have to cultivate the
acquaintance of a sympathetic
guppie.



Freedom
Editor:
The Constitution of the
United States guarantees to all
its citizens, the right to freedom
of speech and freedom of
assembly. Having survived for
many years as an important
factor in the many facets of our
lives, the Board of Regents is
now trying to rob us of our
inalienable rights.
They have proposed an
amendment which will provide
that it become a criminal offense
to knowingly hire someone that
will speak subversively about the
government of the United States
or of UF. This amendment not
only strives toward denying us
our freedom of speech, but it is
also preaching morality in hopes
of perpetuating the
pseudo-democratic society
which is in the process of
creation.
Yesterdays politically
parapalegic politicos are only
trying to stymie the upcoming
intelligence of our Brave New
World.
Brave in the sense that those
not involved in politics are

1 million Vietnamese = 70 million Americans

By EZEKIEL JONES
Alligator Columnist .
When I was about fourteen I
read a book which my social
studies teacher recomfhended to
me. The book was The Ugly
Aiherican, written by Eugene
Burdick and William J. Lederer.
It was a work of fiction, but it
.did not require great intelligence
to know that it was a book
dealing with the realities of
American foreign policy in
Indochina. One could not escape
* the conclusion that our policy
there was conceived by idiots for
the amusement.of idiots. For me
that book was an early
awakening to the possibility that
what my country did might
neither be wise, sensible, nor
good; that what my country did
might be wrong, stupid, and
ugly.
We are in the tenth year of a
perfidious war in South East
Asia. Money which my
government takes from me pays
for incendiary bombs that jbum
the skin off the children in
South Vietnam, Cambodia and
Laos. The National Government
directs the energy of the vast
American Machine towards war,
and immediately all the
technology of twentieth century
man is brought to bare against
peasants in* the rice paddies of
Asia. No right-thinking,
ordinary citizen of these
United States* would want to
exchange his position in Middle
America for the poverty of the
Third World, and yet that same
right-thinking, ordinary citizen
condones his Governments
destruction of people beside
whom he himself would struggle
had he been bom to walk within
. their sandals. If it is right and
# moral to destroy yellow-skinned
people in Asia it is equally right
and moral for white people in
America to* be destroyed. We
have to question Big Brother

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willing to eye reform in hope of
improving our now stagnant
society. Fearful are our present
day politicians that these
radical rebutals may in
actuality be intelligent answers
to the volumes of our nations
plaguing problems.
And now that I have
established my position on this
amendment, I would like to
approach the subject on a less
formal and overpowering level.
If the government whether
it be school, local, state, or
federal passed an amendment
denying subversive speakers
from addressing students at UF,
they would also be denying
students from receiving the
product for which they are here
namely education. All forms
of education are important, and
it must be left up to the
individual to decide which he
will listen to, which he will agree,
with, and which he will disagree
with. By denying him this right
to choose, twe are denying him the
right to form his own character
in behalf of his own personal
interests. We were not conceived

about what he is doing up there
in the celestial forest. Perhaps
Big Brothers vision has failed
him, and the longer we persist in
following a lunatic Blind Man,
the longer shall we scramble
down a sliding pond in Hell.
News of the recent invasion
by American helicopters into the
sovereign nation of Laos was
hushed-up, blacked-out on the
media. Oh, excuse me, .but 1
thought Democracy was when
the people themselves
determined what they wanted
their Government to do for
them. Why, yes, 1 thought it
worked that way,' too. But,
listen, pal, isnt there a
contradiction here some place?
If the people are to choose what
sent of action their armies will
engage in, then they have to
hsve all the necessary
information at their' disposal.
How else could they be expected
to make an intelligent decision?
But, if the news is
blacked-out, then, obviously,
the people will not have the
information, and they cannot
wisely determine what their
armies should be doing. The
Founding Fathers whom the
Right so proudly hail, were very
careful to protect the Freedom
of the Press in the American Bill
of Rights. Who has made the
decision that we can now afford
to do without that Freedom?
Nixon? Agnew? Who has the
right to make such a decision?
Hitlers ghost?
The people of the
decide that life is too much with*
them, they throw up their hands
aqd say, Let Big Broker handle
things. If I dont Bfc
Brother maybe he bodket
me. Let Big Brot iandk it.
Those guys up th .hey know
what theyre doing. No, I dont
like the killing either, but I guess
we have to if they tell us to. I'
guess they know best. Look,
dont bother me, okay? I have

to pass judgment on our fellow
man.
And to condemn the
uninvolved employer of this
type of speaker is overly
vindictive. Possibly a devout
conservative speaker in
someones eyes, may offer a
radical approach to the solution
of a problem. Herein lies another

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my own Mister. I
dont want to think about babies
in Vietnam, or about how
America is being sold out to Big
Business and how the Generals
and the Pentagon and all that
brass are in a conspiracy with
Big Business .and Organized
Labor to sell out a country, to
ransack a world. Look, Mister,
go away. Who do you think you
are coming between me and my
morning coffee? Dopt .you
know I got problems, too. Im
just trying .to make it through.
Why do you keep on talking
about babies, and Lies, and the
evil of Big Brother? I got my
problems, too. Imjust trying t 6
make it through...
Time passes slowly up here in
the mountains. Lets lull
ourselves through all the
corridors of this chimaera. Lets
shut our eyes and dream to
make it go away. And well kill
anyone who makes us* look at
what we are, at what .we are
becoming. Grit your teeth
together, boys, and enter
through the gates of our
American later-twentieth-cent later-twentieth-centurj
urj later-twentieth-centurj Paradise. Ask no questions
?ver. Ask me no questions and
Ill tell youqio lies. These boys is
trouble-makers from the North.-
We likes our Niggers here. Damn
foreigners! They so different
from me they make my skin
crawl. Ill get him before he gets
me...

problem created by this
amendment.
Who will be appointed to
interpret the vocalizations of a
speakers opinion? To one it
may seem a level-headed
approach while to another it
may appear to be a cry for a
turn toward communism. And
who will interpret the opinions

I am very much afraid that
the nation of North Vietnam is
about to invade America. The
State Department has mummed
the word, but it .is well known
among people who should know
that the North Vietnamese have
been amassing sam pans in the
vicinity of the South China Sea.
People in California are warned
to be on the alert for little
slant-eyed yellowish people with
knives in their teeth. You can
.always recognize .a 'North
Vietnamese by his black
pyjamas. Funny hats are another
characteristic of this species. Be
on guard. The richest and most
. powerful nation in the history of
the world is about to be
defeated by dinks.
Albert Camus said that he
would like to be able to love his
country and still love Justice.
How many Americans share his
sentiments? How many of us
ever pause to consider whaf
Justice with a capital J really
means? It is always the man in
the street who fights the wars
and who tolerates the wars. It is
'always the man who shuts his
eyes, who tries to forget, who
does not shout Enough! to.
horror, who causes that horror
to perpetuate itself. We tolerated
the war against Vietnam, the
invasions of Laos and. Cambodia.
We buried our principles, we
silenced our majority. We are
culpable for every injury
suffered in this vast fiasco, every
life bled needlessly away, every
womans tears, every childs
defilement. Injustice prevails for
as long as people do not cry out
against it. We the People, in
order to form a more perfect
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insure domestic franquility...
We the People who live here and
who work here and go about our
business without questioning,
and read the news without

Wednesday, April 7,1971, The Florida Alligator,

of the all-knowing interpreters?
It is a mean and continuous
cycle.
We must begin to radiate a
little confidence in our fellow
man and his ability to make
proper decisions. We must desist
from trying to legislate the
opinions of our peers.
Lee Syrop

challenging, we same miserable
people are the murderers in
Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos.
We have killed a million
Vietnamese in the past 10 years.
A comparable number of
Americans would be 10 million.
It is as though we had unleashed
a pack of ipadmen and ordered
them to shoot every twentieth
person they could count. An
ignorant housewife in the
Midwest believes that there are
Commies all around her. She
dreams of Commies hiding under
the kitchen table, Commies
waiting, for her behind closed
doors. The media encourage her
fears. Government spokesman
fan her paranoia in order to
preserve their own positions of
.power. And, because of her fear
and ignorance, she votes some
pervert into an office from
which he -can be hard on
Commies, from which he can kill
and cripple people who would
like to be left alone in their own
countries to decide their own
destinies.
We have raped a nation. We
have attempted to rape two
more. We have defoliated a
countryside, rendered it barren
and infertile, while the hungry
world gapes, appalled. I believe
it was the philosopher Confucius
Who said that a great nation
should kneel to a lesser nation if
it was hopeful to maintain its
greatness. In terms of our
military preponderance we are
by far the greatest nation of our
time. But when America kneels
she squats to excrete on the
nations of the Third World.
Perhaps it is not too late to help
ourselves, to avoid catastrophe,
if we recognize our
mflitarktip.naranftiy illn<>ct far
what is is. Otherwise, we must
* doom ourselves to agonized
death-throes. The War must end
in May! The Power belongs- to
the People!

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FOR
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Roberts 778 x 7" reel deck w/8 track
tape deck. Graduation present. Never
used still in box. Sells for $429.95
yours for $335 call 378-8771
(A-3t-109-p)
AKC PUPS and KITTENS bassets
and german shepherds SSO each.
Siamese kittens S2O. bluepoint.
sealpoint. 468-1121 waldo us 301 s
(A-st-109-p)
Aria classical guitar and case both
only 8 months old and in mint
condition S6O. call Harvey at
373-3127 anytime. (A-st-109-p)
Ampex 761 reel-to-reel tape player &
recorder with speakers. New costs
$370, 2 yrs old for $225 or best
offer. 392-7815 call Jan Tapes too
(A-4t-109-p)
VAN ford econoline 1965 $750 runs
good air conditioner awning windows
IRISH SETTER puppies champion
sired 917 ne 7th place (A-st-109-p)
4 acres of land joins Univ. and 10
acre of land on 241 south of 26
Call for more information 372-4114
or 372-1207 and appointment after
5:30 (A-st-109-p)
weimaraner puppies, field-show
champ bloodlines, whelped feb 24,
call Charles Benedict after spm week
day anytime .weekends. (A-st-109-p)
portble tapedeck 4 BEACH home
car-rns on battries electricty + car
lighter + 15 tapes for SBS;
masterwork amfm amp-receivr $45;
magnavox port stereo $65 call Betty
378-6548 (A-st-109-p)
PANASONIC tape recorder model
rs76os, 3 speed, sound on sound $65.
ALSO engagement-wedding ring set,
33 cafet S7O. 378-4940 7 pm
(A-st-107-p)
Surfboards for Sale or Rent Weber,
Oceanside or R&R. Will also make
you a custom surfboard Call
392-8328 or 392-8402 (a-st-106-p)
TENNISI rackets balls restringing and
lessons all at lower prices call Bob
Jackson 378-7841 (A-st-106-p)
Yamaha *7O dt-1 Endura excel, cond
call 734-0869 after 5 PM
(A-st-107-p)
1970 Yamaha Enduro 250 cc 6,000
mi S6OO. call 376-4185 (A-st-107-p)
Stereo 8-tr Cartridges Recorded
Premium Quality Low-Noise Tape
80-mln (2 or more albums)
64,40-min $2.50 includes tape & 1
day service Dont be fooled by cheap
imitation Guaranteed Quality
378-5916 night (A-st-107-p)
WATERBEDS. 319 West University
Ave. 11:30 5:30, Tues. Sat.
Waterbeds of Gainesville.
(A-st-107-p)
1969 Honda 350.;2000 actual miles.
Street scrambler, excellent
mechanical cohdltion. Hardly driven,
only SSOO. call Steve 373-3480.
(A-5M07-P)
140 watt Scott amplifier (deluxe
pre-amp and power amp) $l5O. call
Rick .at 392-2651 or 372-6167
(A-3t-108-p)
for- sale 5 pc. gordon silver service
$200.00 call 372-6639 before
ea. day (A-st-108-p)

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FOR SALE
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MOBILE home on lot for one or two.
SISOO with screened patio, ac, extra
room, new oven. I mile from campus.
Low rent, free garbage pickup, water,
and sewage. 376-8082 (A-st-108-r
BMW 600 cc rolls roycc of
motorcycles fairing rack 6 gal gas
tank tools good mech condition turn
signals $775 5-6 pm 378-0181
(A-4t-107-p)
ALL PHONO NEEDLES ARE
AVAILABLE AT MUNTZ STEREO
319 NW 13 ST (A-15t-107-p)
305 HONDA superhawk engine
completely rebuilt, new chain &
sprockets really excellent condition
$375 see at the Cycle Works or call
373-4080 (A-3t-107-p)
8 TRACK TAPES PRE-RECORDED
3.99< largest selection we also trade,
buy & sell, new & used tapes
TRADE-A-TAPE 14 nw 13 st.
(A-15t-107-p)
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tame baby ferrets coons monkeys
bobcats ocelots skunks parrots hawks
snakes lizards turtles for sale trade or
buy Kongo Pet 475-2546 (local)
(a-16t-55-p)
AQUARIUM, 20 gal, air pump, two
filters, light, heater, gravel, plants, 12
assorted fish. $50.00 call 378-5192
after 5:00 p.m. (A-st-106-p)
ELECTRIC GUITAR -two
pick-ups, vibrato tailpiece, with cord
& case 560.00. call 378-5192 after
S:OQ p.m. (A-st-106-p)
For Sale Vista 10 speed bicycle good
condition only 2 months old call
373-3279 ask for Lee $60.00
(A-st-IQ6-p)
Panasonic 8-track stereo tape player
system, needs adjustment, perfect for
student who can fix It himself, must
sell, call Sue 2-7678 (A-st-108-p)
Stereo 8-tr tapes. Any 2 albums
$3.50 Professional equipment used.
AH'tapes guaranteed Call 373-3611
Ask for Jonathan or leave message
(A-10t-105-p)
Triumph 1955 custom 650. must sell
Immediately! helmet and cover too.
445 or* 372-0380 Bob 1236 nw 3rd
ave. (A-3t-108-p)
SUPER SALE Blank 8-track 80 min
tapes 6 for $9.95 MUNTZ STEREO
319 N.W. 13 St. (a-20t-89-p)
Doberman Pinscher Puppies AKC
Registered males $125 call 378-8067
(A-10t-103-p)
35mm edixa reflex camera with light
meter, 35mm, 85mm, 135 mm,
50mm, lenses SIOO call Dana
392-1691 poloroid model l£o $25
(A-st-108-p)
Nlkka B-track recorder-player deck,
cost $135 new. need money so will
take $75. in perfect condition.
392-8399 (A-st-108-p)
8 track home tape player 55.00
sunbeam electric curlers 15.00
norelco electric razor 15.00 all
excellent 376-0003 spm to 7pm
(A-2t-110-p)
CARPETS a fright? Make, ttiem a
beautiful sight with Blue Lustre.
Rent electric shampooer sl. Electric
upholstery shampo'os also available.
Lowry Furniture Co. (A-ts-c)


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CONCERT
NORTH TERRACE REITZ UNION
SPONSORED BY: DEPT OF MUSIC
. AND
THE J. WA YNE REITZ UNION
GLAUBER ROCHA SERIES

The Reitz Union's Film Classics Committee is presenting these
films, never before shown.in Gainesville, by the exciting Brazilian
* director, Glauber Rocha.
4
One of the few "national cinemas to emerge in the last decade is the
recent cinema of Brazil. It accurately reflects the social fervor and
progressive nationalist commitment of a new generation coming to
maturity in a stagnant, dictatorial oligarchy shored up by American capital
and based on poverty, oppression, and cultural and political colonization.
Apart from being one of its most original and prolific filmmakers,
Glauber Rocha is also the leading ideological spokesman of this movement,
Brazils faihed Cinema Novo. This organization of young and socially
committed film directors aims to develop an indigenous, socially relevant
Brazilian cinema, free t of domination by foreign (especially American)
capital, drawing its thenier amLasthetic preoccupations from the country 4
heritage and need for transformation. **To make film, Rocha maintains,
"is to make a contribution to the revolution, to stoke it, in order to rqake
people in Brazil conscious of their condition. This is the tragic origin of our
new cinema. Our origin is our hunger as well as our most profound
misery because it is experienced rather than artistically imagined. Our
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revolutionary.

Antonio Das Mortes Tuesday, April 6 & .Wed, April 7 winner of the Best
Director Award at the 1969 Cannes Film Festival
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Friday at 2nd floor box office 13:30*4.-30
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FOR SALE
stereson 200 watt bass amp with two
speaker cabinets & gibson ebo bass
guitar & turner microphone call
Randy 392-7204 or 378-1795
(A-st-110-p)
v-m portable stereo phonograph with
detachable speakers, stand, like new.
S6O or best Offer, call 373-4563.
(A-st-110-p)
Motorola 12 port, tv, b/w, S3O
392-6047 (A-2t-110-p)
CONN OBOE SBO peirce 373-2228
(A-st-110-p)
yashika lynx 5000e range-finder
camera, used just one qrt. In very
good cond. with electronic flash.
S6O. see mike 313 sw 8 ave or call
376-0759 (A-2t-110-p)
roberts 770x-ss recorder excellent
condition, has just been serviced in
wash. dc. has very low time, call
378-5954 (A-3t-110-p)
Kodak Carousel Slide Projector
model b76oza with zoom lens costs
$189.00 never been used sell for
$l5O. call mason 378-2262
(A-3t-110-p)
FOR RENT
Get a liberal education by rooming
with a hippe, a jock, and an
intellectual, university gardens trace
37.50 a mo. 378-6353 (B-st-106-p)
Need 1 female roomate for
Gatortown apt. 259 $45 per mo. no
deposit call 378-6708 spring quarter
(B-st-107-p)

FOR RENT
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to sublet 1 bdr carpet/air maid and
linen service once week $75/mo
includes ucilies 108 nw 13 st No. 6
(B-3t-110-p)
male roommate wanted immediately
Williamsburg apts, townhouse
2-bdrm. IV2 bath 55 month plus utl.
call 373-3890 (B-3t-110-p)
NEED AN APARTMENT THIS
SUMMER? beautiful two bedroom
apt for summer quarter, call
376-5066 (B-st-110-p)
Apartments for summer qtr. close to
campus, pool, air-conditioned.
sllO-6240 per qtr. university apts.
1524 nw 4th ave. apt. n, 376-8990
(B-10t-108-p)
Sublet 1 br ac apt. quiet, out of town
103/mo. call 373-3739 after 5 prairie
view apts. (B-3t-108-p)
1 bdrm furn apt 144.56 per month,
summit house 26d. after 5:00 call
378-3262. before 5:00 call 392-2017.
(B-3t-108-p)
Sublet 2 bdrm twnhse furn apt avail.
June 15 $45 a month call 373-4394
fr quarter apt 67 (B-st-108-p)
Sublet June 1 large 2 bdrm unfurn
quiet faces lake free bus pool ac
married couples playgrnd negotiate
price unlv gardens 702-116 378-5419
(B-st-109-p)
MUST sublet Imm. 4bdrm, a/c heat,
dishwasher, pool; utilities Incl; near
campus. Spring quarter thru Aug.
Please call 373-1189 $82.50
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male or female, own room In 2 bdr.
duplex. 1315 NW 6th PI. SSO per
mo drummer resides within.
378-3745 urgent! call today!
(C-lt-110-p)
3 roommates needed for summer
quarter, the place apts. private
bedrooms, pool, etc. call 378-4481
now. (C-2t-110-p)
I need a 26-inch girls BICYCLE. If
you have one to sell, call 378-5919
after 6:00 p.m. (C-3t-110-p)
want cassette tape recorder for class
use ngo dong tower b 705 tel
392-7543 from 7pm to 10pm
(C-2t-110-p)
roommate to share house, have your
own room for 60.00 a month & Vi
utilities, call 378-6427 after 6pm.
tom will return call, leave name & no.
(C-lt-110-p)
NEED a ride to Pensacola Fri. Apr.
9th and return Sunday Apr. llth.
Wedding get me to the church on
time! Call Dave: 392-7360
(C-2t-110-p)
colt .223 ar-15 sporter rifle, will pay
good price or swap for 1969 model
742 cal. 308 remington rifle plus cash
balance. 495-2836 anytime
(C-SMIO-P)
male roommate landmark apartments
poolside Immediately $47.50 +
utilities call dan bill or John
378-8580 (C-st-110-p)
female roomate wanted for l
bedroom sum apt. 260 summit
house. $72 per month + Mi utilities
call after 5:00 378-3262.
(C-3t-108-p)
Apartments for fall qtr. close to
campus, pool a/c, SBO-130 per
month, university apts. 1524 nw 4th
ave. apt. n 376-8990 (C-st-108-p)
roomate wanted comfortable
apartment only 3 blocks from
campus. S3B/month plus soulful
roomates! call Ed or Cas 378-4526
(C-3t-108-p)
Male Roomate wanted for 2 bedroom
trailer. SIBO per quarter + Mi util, call
378-0733 between 5-7 pm
(C-3t-109-p)
roommate wanted, own room in 3
bedroom house, close to campus. S7O
p/month utilities Inc. 373-1575
(C-4t-109-p)
Girl to live in mod 3 bdr. house in SE
area COED living, own room large
private 3 acres this quarter only SSB
mon + 1/3 util, call 373-3381
(C-SMIO-P)
2 male roommates wanted large 4
bedroom house nw section cable tv
private pr semi-private bedroom S4O
per month utilities Incl. 378-6810
(C-st-107-p)
Female roommate needed for nice
apt. close to campus. $52.50 per
month, pool, a/c. Call 378-7080.
(C-st-107-p)
Two male roommates needed.
Immediate occupancy. SSO a month
376-4185 6 neat apartment
(C-st-107-p)

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WANTED
Girl roommate wanted May Ist 37.50
+ V 2 utilities Close to campus Call
Brlgld at 378-9391 (C-st-107-p)
Roommates for 12x70 3 bdrm
mobile home stereo, air, pool, color
tV p,us util lot 132 pinehurst
park (C-st-106-p)
Female Roomate l bedroom,
airconditioned apartment. call
372-4955 after 4:00 (C-st-106-p)
Roommate, call 373-3408 or come
by 142 landmark, male (C-st-107-p)
passengers to new Orleans and
adjacent areas leave thurs return sun
cheap bob 376-7402 anytime
(C-lt-110-p)
Wanted one male roomate in 3
bedroom apt. Rent S4O/mo. 3 blocks
from campus rent paid till Apr. 15
1/3 ults. 411 b nw 15 st. 378-3972
aircond. bdr. now (C-st-108-p)
HELP WANTED
2 males needed part-time during day
to exercise, stand In braces, take to
class and read to a disabled veteran.
$1.50 an hr. 378-3489 (E-6t-107-p)
CAMP COUNSELORS New
England Boys Camp, (43rd year).
Specialists for each of these
openings: Tennis (14 courts)
Swimming, Sailing, Skiing, Canoeing,
Nature, Archery, Guitar, Riflery,
Baseball and Basketball coaches,
Ceramics, Sculpture, Golf, Creative
Writing. Travel allowance. Campus
Interviews next week. Write fully
Camp Mah-Kee-Nac, c/o Flagler Inn,
1250 W. University Ave. Gainesville,
Florida (E-3t*llo-p)
Fantastic opportunity! Take care of
best Infant In the world. 8-5 Mon-
Frl. Our house or yours. 372-6196
(E-3t-110-p)
TALENT for motion picture work
such as television commercials If you
wish to be listed come to 1230 W
University Wed 4/7/71 A.M. Prepare
25 second monolog for filming.
Rartfue Motion Picture (E-2t-109-p)
AMBITIOUS COUPLE who need
more Income. Unusual opportunity
for good earnings for both, work
together, part-time or full-time,
phone 373-1476 (E-st-109-p)
Film Editor (commercial and news),
Processing, etc. PERDUE MOTION
PICTURE 1230 w university
(E-st-109-p)
WRUF needs first phone radio
operators to cover the summer
months. If you will be In town during
summer quarter, please call Ed
Slimak at 392-0771 (E-10t-103-c)
Advertising sales, production &
layout, general office, need talented
and/or experienced help with new
publications. 376-5716 after 5:30
pm. (E-st-107-p)
Sell advertising for the Gainesville
Guide Full or part time phone
372-9555 leave name and number
(E-st-107-p)
Male student drive elderly man in
1960 Ford manual shift. Tues. or
Wed. around 2 pm. Call 378-3282
after spm (E-3t-108-p)

AUTOS
1966 Simca Excellent condition.
$450 or best offer. Call 495-2198
(weekdays after 6pm) (G-st-109-p)
OLSMOBILE 63 good condition,
asking $224, call 378-5532 after 5
p.m. (G-st-109-p)
62 rambler american convert, good
working condition must sell $309.
378-8998 anytime (G-lt-109-p)
Must sell MGB 64 SSOO or 1967
Triumph GT-6 SI4OO. Will accept lite
trail bike on GT-6 Call Dana at
372-7904 (G-Bt-110-p)
van 1964 gmc maintained as tow
truck by racing team good body &
tires new clutch & only 800 miles on
rebuilt engine John Stanton 378-5154
(G-3t-110-p)
66 VW FASTBACK CLEAN,
dependable with many new parts.
Must sell this week; best offer.
376-3295 after 5:00. (G-st-110-p)
Convertible Impala 1966 radio heater
Panasonic stereo and speakers
installed. $1200.00 or best offer.
378-3596 (G-st-106-p)
Volkswagen sedan 1969 white
excellent condition 23000 miles
SI4OO call Hans at 392-1461
(G-6t-107-p)
1968 VW Sedan, radio. Excellent
condition. Working hours call
378-1531 ask for Kris Buros. After
SPM call 376-8490 (G-st-107-p)
CAMPER, step-van, self contained,
excellent condition, must sell fast to
pay for school 392-7305
(G-st-106-p)
Volkswagen sedan 1969 white
excellent condition 23000 miles
SI4OO call Hans at 392-1461
(G-6t-107-p)
PERSONAL
Co-Eds Facial Hair removed forever,
fast, low-cost gentle hair removal.
Edmund Dwyer.
Electrologist... 102 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Call 372-8039 for appointment.
(J-44t*54-p)
Florida guys do something different,
for a nice change, take out a GIRLI
You do know what a girl Is, dont
you? dates! frolics?! (J-2t-110-p)
law students need girl to cook dinner
Sunday through thursday. point west
apts. call 372-7850 between 5 and 7
pm only (J-3t-109-p)
COED interested in cooking for
mature law or grad students during
week. Want info? 392-8511
(J-2t-109-p)

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PERSONAL
Married couples interested in
improving communications and
understanding each other better?
Participate in a Marital Enrichment
Group experience. Increase your
awareness of the strengths of your
marriage. Call now for a group
beginning this quarter. Its free.
Marriage and College Life Project.
Information at 392-1590.
(J-st-107-p)
Studs, including silver and gold stars,
all sizes, the widest selection of
patches + appliques anywhere,
G RAPEWINEPAPE RS (even Spiro
Agnew papers), bluejeans, all sizes,
always in stock, SATIN HOT
PANTS, and all your Gainesville
Green supplies. Everythings at the
SUBTERRANEAN CIRCUS, 10 SW
7th St. Open 10 to 10 dally and 12
to 8 Sundays. (J-3t-110-p)
To the Ed major from Ocala on the
noram bus Mon AM like to talk to
you again: From the Bus Ad with a
beard call me 392-8291 (J-3t-110-p)
debra e. I love you and I need you.
phlll (J-lt-110-p)
Explore your natural creativity,
drawing is expressing your own
personal visual vocabulary, private
unique Individual Instruction.
373-1947 (J-st-106-p)
Custom jewelry hand sculpted, cast
or fabricated gold, silver, or other,
modern made from old. wedding
rings w/special meaning, reasonable
373-1947 (J-st-106-p)
Meyer, Jeremiah and Randy all want
to wish Oscar a great day and many
happy, warm days especially after
the merger We all love you (s-lt-llp)

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PLUS April 10 FINALE
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Egg will be hidden in the /
Reitz Union Building this week. I
Hunt all you like anywhere in the
building, ground through third floors^
(check information desk for other off limit areas), during
open hours. All eggs contain a prize.
FINALE EGG May be found ONLY ON APRIL 10 and
redeemed at the Celebration-August concert and dance. It
will be hidden in that vicinity

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Tuesday* from 2pm to 4pm, and
Wednesdays from 10am to 12 noon
the eight week courses begin on
April 12,13 and 14
Register at the first session, and
wear something you can
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professional DRAFT COUNSELING
Medica 1-Legal-Psychologic open
weekends Tel: 891-3736 2135 Ixora
Road No. Miami, 33161 (j-46t-106-o)
BAHAMAS flying $35 rd. trip, need
3 pass., dates to be arranged.
DENVER $125 need 2 April 23? ST.
PETE $8 April 9 372-2419
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Students are always welcome at
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ne 16 ave. college crowd meets 9:45
am Sundays, church at 11 am
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Two things are better on a
WATERBED. One is sleep. From
Innerspace Environment at
reasonable prices. call Elliott,
373-3144 (J-15t-105-p)
Any individual or group wanting to
set up a game booth ($50.00) or set
or set up tables to sell at
CARNIGRAS call Jeff 376-9473
(J-st-108-p)
Auto stereo cassette player & tape
recorder; fast forward, rewind, tone
& balance control. Reg. $79.95, now
$59.95 new in box, includes speakers
New 8-track also. Reg. $49.95, only
$34.95. phone 378-2957.
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Charter Flights At Peoples Prices.
Call 372-6846 (J-lt-108-p)
LOST St FOUND
Glasses tortiseshell black case found
in eng. parking lot check with union
barbershop (L-3t-107-nc)
found mans class ring with blue
stone, call 392-1681 to identity.
(L-3MIO-P)
found-fine, small shaggy female dog
with flea collar. Seems to be blind.
Call 372-3085 after 5 p.m.
(L-3MIO-P)
ladies wristwatch west of florida field
along the fence south of rote drill
field call jon at 376-8584 to identify
between 6 pm to 7 pm (L-3t-110-p)
Reward of ten dollars for a calendar
watch "TUGARIS lost at Little Hall
205 last Wednesday night, call Jerry
Lin at 392-0294 (L-3t-109-p)
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SERVICES
Alternators generators starters
electrical systems tested and repaired.
Auto-Electric Service, 1111 S. Main
378-7330. Now! BankAmericard adn
Master Charge, (m-tfc)
term papers, thesis, reports etc typed
to your specifications, accuracy and
neatness guaranteed. 50 cents per
page. call tola 373-1003
(M-10t-110-p)
Were wired for sight at the smallest
eyeglass office in town. Drive your
own waiting room to UNIVERSITY
OPTICIANS at 519 SW 4th Ave.,
across from Greyhound Bus Station,
378-4480. (m-tfc)
INCOME TAX RETURNS 35 n main
st. haber and budd accountants
378-9666 378-6127 (M-10t-107-p)
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April 10, 1971
on the
Reitz Union South Terrace
Celebration 3:00-5:00 PM
August 5:00-7:00 PM
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S. Vietnamese raid supply base

SAIGON (UP!) South
Vietnamese Black Panther
troops flew into Laos aboard
U.S. helicopters Tuesday and
reported blowing up a North
Vietnamese regimental
command post in a raid on a
huge Communist supply base.
More heavy combat raged on
the Central Highlands of South
Vietnam.
The Laos raid was the second
by South Vietnamese troops
since the end of the 45-day
Saigon offensive against Hanois
Ho Chi Minh Trail and more
such forays were predicted.
South Vietnamese
commandos had tried to attack
the base area-known as 611-
a week ago but heavy enemy

Treatment of humans
basic, General says
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Army's chief of staff at the time of the
My Lai slayings suggested Tuesday that some critics of the murder
conviction of Lt. William L. Calley Jr. seenfed to forget that basic
treatment of human beings was involved. /
G u n r H f ld K Johnson > who retired ififmid-1968 after four years
as chief of staff, said the Army had no alternative to trying Calley. It
was clear something happened at My Lai and Calleys responsibility
was at issue, he said.
Questioned about the possible illegality of any order that could
lead to killing unresisting civilians, Johnson said how to treat human
beings was basic to the issue.
He said each officer in Vietnam is provided a card for his wallet on
the subject. Instructions on how to treat human beings is very
specific, he said. ... This particular point is being ignored.

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ground fire drove them
off.
Fewer than 300 men of the
elite Hac Bao (Black Panther)
unit of South Vietnams Ist
Infantry Division took part in
the seven-hour Laos mission
Tuesday, moving into the heart
of 611 and claiming to have
killed 15 North Vietnamese
while suffering light casualties
themselves.
In addition to knocking out
the command post, the South
Vietnamese raiding party
reported destroying nine tons of
rice and other foodstuffs and 21
weapons of various caliber and
type.
No American losses in men or
aircraft were reported.

In the highlands fighting,
where .North Vietnamese troops
have apparently launched a local
offensive, South Vietnamese
defenders at Tan Canh reported
repulsing a human wave assault
by 1,000 Communists, some of
whom burst through barbed wire
barricades and charged to within
hand grenade range of the
central command post.
The South Vietnamese

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reported killing 53 North
Vietnamese in three hours of
fighting at Tan Canh. Field
reports said three South
Vietnamese were slain.
Tan Canh is the command
center for South Vietnamese
operations in support of Fire
Base 6, an outpost near the Laos
border which has been under
Communist attack for more than
a week.

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everybody you know wears them.
Bells come in styles and colors to fit
every mood youre liable to wake up in,
and you know how varied they can be.
If youre only wearing bells on
special occasions now, or to suit only one
mood, youre missing out on a lot.
Fact ttl-Bells are pretty casual.
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Resolution asks
clemency for Calley
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) A
strong resolution supporting Lt.
William Calley has been prepared
for introduction in the House
Friday with 15 backers led by
Duval Rep. Joseph Kennelly.
It urges the President to grant
clemency to Calley and expunge
his record of a murder
conviction by a military jury for
killings in My Lai.
House Speaker Richard
Pettigrew has set Friday for
debate of all resolutions.
Kosygin soys Soviets
will still 'bury West
MOSCOW (UPI) Premier
Alexei N. Kosygin said Tuesday
the Soviet economy would
produce a new deal for the
neglected consumer and still
bury the West in economic
competition.
He said the nation could have
more butter, more guns and a
bigger basket of nuts and bolts
all at once because Soviet
communism is a greater
economic powerhouse than
capitalism.
We do not regard war as
inevitable and therefore stand
for economic competition
between the two systems, he

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said, offering vague prospects of
more trade with both the United
States and Communist China.
U.S. presses Israel
toward peace
JERUSALEM (UPI)
Diplomatic sources in Jerusalem
and London said Tuesday the
United States is pressing Israel to
submit counter proposals to
Egypts plan for reopening the
Suez Canal as a possible first
step toward a peace settlement
in the Middle East.
Scattered clashes were
reported in Jordan but observers
there said there are indications
King Hussein's army had gained
the upper hand after 12 days of
fighting against the Palestinian
guerrillas. Hussein Tuesday gave
the guerrillas a 48-hour
ultimatum to get their heavy
weapons out of Amman.
Berkeley elections
include radical slate
BERKELEY, Calif. (UPI)
Radicals sought to takeover the
city government Tuesday in a
hotly contested election that
featured a plan to split the
police department into three
autonomous segments with
endorsement of the Black
Panthers.
Mayor Wallace Johnson said

NEWS WRAP-UP

the election, pitting the radical
April Coalition against
traditional Republicans and
Democrats, could result in the
first revolutionary government
in America.
Gov. Ronald Reagan has
taken the coalition threat
seriously enough to warn that
it could happen here.
The main interest was focused
on proposition No. 1 which
would break the police force
into three independent districts,
one each for the black and white
neighborhoods and the student
community at the University of
California.
b-
Hale Boggs charges
FBI spied on him
WASHINGTON (UPI)
House Democratic Leader Hale
Boggs charged Tuesday the FBI
has had him under personal
surveillance.
The FBI said the claim was
absolutely, utterly false.
Attorney General John Mitchell
said charges by Boggs against the
FBI were slanderous
falsehoods.
Those were among
repercussions of a demand by

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Boggs Monday that Mitchell ask
FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover to
resign. Boggs accused Hoover of
Gestapo police tactics,
including tapping of the
telephones of some members of
Congress.
The Louisiana Democrat said:
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have come back to me.
An FBI spokesman promptly
denied the charge. Mitchell
issued a statement Monday
describing Boggs allegations as
vicious.
Boggs said that in a day or
two he would expand on his
House speech attacking activities
by FBI and Hoover.



Dickey bets 5-4; hopes for a winner

By CHRIS LANE
Alligator Sports Editor
Coach Doug Dickey, normally
a nonbetting man, has a 5-4
quiniela and hes pretty
confident it will bring him a
winner.
The game is not jai alai, the
hourses or even the dogs but
football. And head football
coach Dickey coaches it to win.

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Gator spring football practice opened Tuesday as
coach Jimmy Haynes watches some of his lineman
perform out of the starting block. The offensive line
hurt the Gators for a while last season and Haynes

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Spring training drills opened
Tuesday with the defense
wearing the old 5-4 face of five
lineman and four linebackers as
opposed to the pro-style four
man front with three linebackers
and three defensive backs.
But the new lineup is not a
novelty for the Gators.
Weve played some of it
before from time to time,
Dickey explained. Its nothing
new for us.

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has somewhat of a rebuilding year ahead. Below,
coach Jimmy Dunn strides past some of his
offensive prospects as they run their laps. Photos by
Tom Kennedy.

Two linebackers instead of
four will be employed in the
renovated defense, allowing an
insurance of four defensive
backs plus the linebackers, if
necessary, to cover the pass play.
We feel the 5-4 defense fits
our personnel a little better
too, Dickey added.
A slight chill was whipped
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which burst through the Gator
practice field in intermittent
gusts.
Looks like youve got an
agreement with the rain gods
coach, quipped a spectator
from the sidelines.
Yeah, Dickey replied in a
boyish drawl, it sure does.
And good weather, as Dickey
knows, reflects on a players
perfomiance.

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I was pleased with the hustle
and attitude of the team, he
said after practice. The weather
was ideal. That certainly had
something to do with it.
Were just trying to get the
feel with pads on, the former
Gator and present coach
continued. It always takes a
couple days, but Im glad to be
underway.

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t. The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, Apri ; .971

Florida Southern baseballers
rally to defeat Gators, 5-4

The Florida Gators blew a
three run lead and dropped a
close 5-4 decision to the Florida
Southern Moccasins Tuesday
afternoon leaving the Gators
with a 10-9 season record.
Will Harman smashed a solo
home run in the bottom of the
first to send Florida into the
lead. It was Harmans second
homer of the year. He leads the

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Cage prospects
to look at UF
Basketball coach Tommy
Bartlett will play host to six
out-of-state players this week
and weekend.
Beginning with 6-foot-8 Joe
Fisher of Lima, Ohio, and going
to 5-foot-11 Rod Dieringer,
Bartlett will have some of the
most sought after high school
prospects this year.
Fisher, Mho averaged over) 30
points a game with 21 rebounds,
has performed well under the
watchful eye of Bill Henry, an
assistant coach for UF. While in
Ohio, Henry saw the Ohio player
of the year score 53 points.
He is the best big player in
the country, Bartlett said this
week. He will make us a truly
great left wing if he signs here.
Jimmy Dan Connor, 6-foot-4
right wing from Lawrenceburg,
Ky., led his team to the state
finals in Kentucky averaging
over 25 points per game. As in
the case of every player
mentioned, Connor has been
All-State for two years.
Another high school
all-american, Randy Waddell will
be here April 9-11. Waddell, no
relation to the Gators Gary,
scored 60 points one night
leading his team to a 99-97
victory. The 6-foot-3 Louisville
resident averaged 25 points per
game.
About 40 schools have been
interested in 6-foot-7 Andy
McCain, who will be here April
12-14. The Maryland resident
was named to the
All-Washington team.
Steve Green, a6-foot-7
forward, has been leaning
towards the Southeastern
Conference for his education.
Presently Vanderbilt and
Auburn besides the Gators have
had interest in signing him.

team in hitting with a .322
average.
The Gators extended their
lead in the second when
rightfielder Mark Hedgecock
tripled and scored on a ground
out by Nick DeVirgillis.
Florida Southern got a run in
the third when Florida second
sacker John Flad bobbled a
throw with the bases loaded.

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Florida pitcher John Reich
struck out the next batter to end
the threat.
DeVirgillis ripped a double to
right in the fourth and scored
when John Sutton smacked a
single to center. The Gators then
loaded the bases but couldnt
score.
Florida scored their last run in
the fifth when shortstop Ray
Hull doubled, went to third on a
wild pitch, and scored on a long
sacrifice fly by Glenn Hurst.
John Reich, who had given up
only one hit in five innings, was
touched for three straight singles
in the sixth. Jack Rhines single
brought in two runs and relief
pitcher Dave 'Thomas who put
out the fire leaving the score at
4-3.
In the eighth Southern got a
single, a triple and an infield out

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to score two runs and go ahead
for the first time.
Florida battled back with two
hits in the ninth but were unable
to push a run across. Thomas
took the loss, making his record
0-2.
The loss was a heartbreaking
one for Florida, who out hit the
Mocs 8-7 but left 11 men
stranded on the bases. The win
gave the tough Southern team a
record of 17-2 on the year.
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Bowl game among selections?
Football picks among happenings here

Sports happenings this week
include...
... With the start of spring
practice, sports information
director Norm Carlson,
photographer Bill Breeze,
assistant sports information
director Bert Lacey and Ralph
Mueller, Gainesville Sun assistant
sports editor all made their
predictions for the 1971 football
season. Some had 10-1 while
others asked if they should
include a bowl game to their
predictions.
... A difference in seasons
was evident on the fields across
from the stadium. Florida
Southern was playing the Gators
in baseball on Perry Field as the
football Gators made their
spring debut, all under the
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No brain with brawn?
33 gridders have 3.0

Led by a quartet with perfect
4.0 grade averages UF football
players compiled an overall
honor point average of 2.43 in
the just completed winter
quarter.
Starting offensive tackle Fred
Abbott had a perfect mark,
along with end Jerry Coker,
quarterback Mark Hontas and
freshman receiver A1 Dorminy.
Overall, there were 33 Gator
football players above the 3.0
mark for the quarter.
This list also includes John
Reaves, Carlos Alvarez, Bob
Harrell, Jim Yancey, Gary
Petersen, Tommy Durrance,
Doug Sorensen, Dennis Tucker,
Rocky Doddridge, Sandy
Ellison, Joe Sheppard, Terry
Ash, David Pope, Gariy Walker
and Richard Franco.
Also Mike Dwyer, John
James, Rick Boedy, Mike
Gurkin, Ken Booth, Toby
Williams, Scott Nugent, Gary
Padgett, Charlie Hood, Mark
King, Hank Foldberg, Jim
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watchful eye of Buster Bishop,
who was conducting golf class
on the ROTC field. Oh yes, the
track team was meeting
Richmond in a dual meet at
Florida track at the same time.
... Watching baseball seems
to put me to sleep, although I
still like the sport. And in
catching an inning Tuesday, I
saw my first home run of the
season, Wil Harmans blast over
the left-center field fence. That
may force me to come out some
more to see the big hit of the
game (a home run not Harman.)
... With football recruiting
over, all other sports begin
theirs. Head coach Tommy
Bartlett will have six prospects
in town this week in the hopes
of bolstering his basketball
program here.
... Also, April 1 marked the
beginning of signing periods for
tennis, baseball and other spring
sports.
... Willis Reed, the New York
Knicks center, told it like it is
Monday when he talked of the
playoffs. We can play five
games in six nights during the
season, but we cant play
back-to-back during the playoffs

Kensler were over 3.0.
Some of the higher averages
belonged to Tucker (3.76),
Sorensen and Doddridge (3.69),
Ellison (3.61), Yancey and
Sheppard (3.58).
Alvarez, aln Academic
All-America, kept his honor
point average over the 3.4 mark
and Reaves, the Gator
quarterback, kept his above 3.0
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theyd like to play them and not
waste so much time.
. .. Theres another vote for
shorter seasons.
... Although the Los Angeles
Lakers are the best in my book,
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played well. But when the last
game arrives, the Lakers havent
won one yet.
.. American League
predictions for the year will be
Baltimore in the eastern division
and California in die western
division. The Orioles are the best
in baseball now while the Angels
will defeat the Minnesota Twins
in the west.
. . Golf coach Buster
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conference conscious, meaning
he wasnt concerned with how
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), The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, April 7,1971

Gator tennis team falls, 7-0
Bulldogs rout UF for 35th victory

By MARTY PERLMUTTER
Executive Sports Editor
The University of Georgia
tennis team romped to its 35th
straight victory spanning a
period of three years Monday
afternoon in
the UF, 7-0.
The match first started
outdoors, but when the rain
came, had to be moved indoors
into the Bulldogs coliseum
where the two teams attempted
to finish the meet.
But due to travel problems
that was facing the Gators, the
teams cancelled in the middle of
the doubles sets.
Only one Gator carried a
singles match into a third set.
Bing Nobles, playing No. 5 took
the only set of the day for the
Gators topping Bill Kopecky 8-6
in their first set. But the Bulldog
came back in the second and
third sets to reign victorious, 6-2,
6-
In the No. 1 singles, Ray
Heidema lost to Danny
Birchmore, 6-3, 6-3. Other
singles play saw Ricky Knight
losing to Norm Holmes, 6-1,6-1;
Buddy Miles losing to Bob Tanis,
7- 6-1; Carey Browder
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and 15-13 in a marathon match;
and Mike McCafferty lost to
Rocky Huffman, 6-3, 6-1 in the
No. 6 singles.
Only one doubles team had
time enough to finish before the
meet was cancelled. Heideman
and Knight were losers to
Birchmore and Holmes 11-9,
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