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Vol. 63, No. 114

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TERRY WALTERS
Cool pool on a hot day

Christine and Mark Parker find the warm weather
Gainesville is currently experiencing a perfect time
to brush up on or maybe learn a few swimming

Mandell
By MARIAN JEDRUSIAK
Alligator Assignments Editor
Student Body Presidential Candidate Bob
Mandell (Real party) Monday called for UF
administrators to put their intentions in writing for
the protection of UF students in regards to
proposed revisions in the administrative structure of
campus housing.
According to Mandell, whose information comes
from a memo issued from the Office of Student
Affairs, the UF is creating the
new position of area director
within the Housing Division.
There are to be six
coordinators in the various
residence areas. Each will serve
in the capacity of an
administrative coordinator.
He will be responsible for coordinating conduct,
maintenance,personnel.. .just fully responsible for
everything in that area, said James T. Hennessey,
assistant to the vice president for student affairs.
Mandell said the administration has not
specifically detailed what powers are inherent in the
practice of the job, nor has it detailed the
limitations.
In addition, a revised description of the duties of
Resident Assistant (RA) defines the duty of the RA
to Support, interpret and enforce in positive,
active terms Housing Division and University
policies, specifically those related to drugs, alcohol
and the conditions of the housing agreement.
According to the memo, these duties are defined
as being specific but not exclusive terms of the
responsibilities of the RA.
Mandell stressed ihar since iicrusmg contract'
renewals from all students planning' to live on
campus in the fall are due Monday, clarification on
(See Mandell page 2)

Candidates move to clarify stands

The
Florida Alligator

strokes, in one of the new campus pools.
Unfortunately, it appears as though Mark doesn't
think that he should dive right into things.

Middlebrooks
By RANDY BELLOWS
Alligator Staff Writer
Common Cause Presidential Candidate Don
Middlebrooks charged Monday a consumer co-op
program developed by Real Party Presidential
Candidate Robert Mandell was unrealistic and a
physical impossibility.
Mandells proposal to implement a student
cooperative association to increase student
employment brought the criticism.
Middlebrooks said that federal laws governing
cooperatives would not allow profit to be channeled
to anyone but the patrons who supported it.
If the money were used in any other way but to
lower prices or return capital, the co-op would lose
its tax-exempt status and its main advantage, he
said.
Mandell said the purposes of a
nonprofit organization can be
charitable and educational,
which would mean alumni could
contribute and receive the same
tax benefits as if they
contributed to the Florida
Foundation. He added the purposes of this
nonprofit organization could be to provide
short-term student loans and funds for the hiring of
a student's attorney.
Middlebrooks said, both the methods of funding
and the use of these funds suggested by Mandell are
unrealistic.
He charged that while internal revenue laws state
that a cooperative would not be required to pay
taxes on receipts if it had a preexisting, valid and
enforceable obligation to return profits to patrons,
Mandell has recommended using the mongy to
support or maintain Student Government.
Middlebrooks identified three advantages of a

(See Middlebrookspage 2)

University of Florida, Gainesville

'Get out of jail free
Uhlfelder attacks
Real party card

By STEVE STRANG
Alligator Wire Editor
A get out of jail free card
printed by Real party listing the
office of Coordinator of Student
Conduct David West as a number
to call if arrested has come
under attack by Student Body
President Steve Uhlfelder.
West is the prosecutor of the
student conduct board.
The card, listing students*
rights, phone numbers to call in
case of arrest and the
qualifications of Bob Mandell,
Real party candidate for student
body president listed Wests
office, the office of student
conduct, as the first number to
call if arrested.
I think its wrong they (Real
party) passed out the card with
this number, Uhlfelder said.

Stanley
By MICHAEL CAHLIN
Alligator Staff Writar |
In an effort to unify the independent parties
slate, Lowell Stanley and Ruth Whitman, president
and vice-presidential candidates, will be meeting
with the entire independent ticket tonight at 7:30
in room 334 Weaver.
The purpose will be to attempt to strengthen
political lines between the major and minor
candidates, which are running without bloc support
and any financial backing.
Were going to stress that this is the year of the
independent," Stanley said. Were going to try to
appeal to the students to get away from bloc
power.
The student specialists, a group of student
authorities on major fields in the university, will
also be present, according to Stanley, and will discus
future plans for the election and afterwards.
If elected, Stanley promises a new, radically
different approach to Student. Government" using
these student specialists. This system will be divided
into two systems, information-reference and
fcfrrihack to the information.
The first step will be going
to the department heads and
finding out who the to p p^pfe
are," Stanley said. These
fgyjjgtl people would then be presented
the problems, such as the traffic
aHHHK problem, tution increase, the
drug problem and find out how other campuses are
combating them, phis any of their own ideas and
present these alternatives to the students. This
would be done by actually going out to the students
in dorms and off-campus. ~
The reason this university has had such a poor
showing of actual voters is who besides the
(See Stanley 1 page 2)

Tuesday, April 13, 1971

The card gave a false
impression to the students of
this university that they could
get help by calling that number.
I dont know what David West
would do if he was called. I
dont want anyone to get into
trouble with this card.
Uhlfelder said he is urging
students to dispose of the cards
or to disregard the number
listing Wests office.
MandeU said he doesnt know
why the number of Wests office
was listed on the card. He didn't
see the number until after the
10,000 cards ordered were
printed. However, he said he
knew the gist of what was going
on the card and he agreed with
it.
It's unfortunate the number
(See Cardpage 3)



Page 2

!, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, April 13, 1971

Presidential hopefuls answer queries

Student body presidential candidates answer two
questions submitted by Alligator readers. There is still
time before the election to send your questions to room
330 of the Reitz Union.
1. Would you favor or oppose working for the
recruitment to the UF of more minority students and
young, Vietnam veterans from disadvantaged
backgrounds?
808 MANDELL
1. lam strongly in favor of minority recruitment, and I
feel that it should be done on a personal basis by the
president of the student body. This could be done by the
president going to the ghetto schools and speaking of the
advantages of coming to the university. Furthermore,
more scholarships should be provided for students coming
from disadvantaged backgrounds. With regard to Vietnam
veterans, they should be actively recruited to come to the
university.
DON MIDDLEBROOKS
1. I favor recruitment of disadvantaged and minority
students. I feel admission standards contain cultural bias
that must be eliminated. The senior placement test should
be revised to eliminate bias or be discarded completely.
The Regents scholarship as well as others should be based
upon need rather than just achievement. There should be
Mandell .
these administrative functions is imperative.
To our way of thinking, there are far too many
areas of uncertainty under this system, and it could
easily form the basis for a policing type network of
informers within the Housing Division, concerned
more with catching offenders than assisting in the
educative process, Mandell said.
The usage of such phrasing for duty descriptions
in the memo as interpret University and housing
policies,* and supervise and coordinate all maters
relating to student conduct and discipline, are
among the major sources of discontent in the memo
according to Mandell.
UF Housing Director Harold Riker claimed the
restructuring which will involve having RAs live on
the same floors as the students is a grass roots
level at providing leadership for students rather than
intended as a police measure.
Riker described the position of RA as being vital
to the educative process.
However, there have been enough negative
situations (of a disciplinary nature) to need some
positive action, Riker said.
Riker added, I dont think weve failed to
respect the rights of the student.
According to a UF social sciences professor and
local lawyer, Herbert Schwartz, I dont think the
RAs have any right in being used as law
enforcement officers.
Schwartz was appointed to the post of deputy
attorney general for the state of Florida by Atty.
Gen. Robert Shevin Monday.
Schwartz indicated agreement with a statement
issued in March by Shevin saying that practices such
as turning over lists of suspected drug users to the
police by RAs should be discouraged.
If the administration intends to establish a
network of informers and enforcers in campus
residence areas, students should be made aware of
the situation prior to signing housing contracts for
next year, Mandell concluded.

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Stud-Ease
Does!

a separate administrative structure, on both the vice
presidential level and in each college through assistant
deans, to deal with problems of minority and
disadvantaged students that have remained unsolved by
the present structure.
LOWELL STANLEY
1. One must examine this question in terms of
investment in human resources.
The disadvantaged student has methodically been
exploited, under-represented, under-rated and
under-enrolled.
We must strive to correct this imbalance inherent in the
system by added input capital to the students in question.
We must direct enrollment energies through
experimental programs, increased academic enlistment,
and financial subsidies to correct this tragic
misappropriation of student resources. Working with our
student specialists and tapping the academic knowledge on
campus, we can find the most efficient way to correct this
inequity.
2. Do you favor or oppose continuation of student
deferments?
808 MANDELL
t
2. I am in favor of retaining student deferments.
Middlebrooks .
cooperative: they have no profit margin, maintain a
low cost of operation and do not have to pay
federal income taxes.
Mandells proposal, Middlebrooks said, would
eliminate the last and biggest advantage of a co-op
by forcing it to pay 25 to 50 per cent of income in
taxes.-
Middlebrooks levied several other criticisms
against Mandells student co-op plan.
It takes a good deal of money to begin
operation of a cooperative, he said. "Mandell has
said that through selling shares to students, loans
and soliciting money from alumni they can raise the
money. From where are they planning to get their
loans or the proper amount of capital?
Middlebrooks said a co-op plan CC has proposed
will be used strictly as a tool to lower prices. It
wont be funding anything else.
Initial operating expense will come through
student contributions, combination student co-op
and corporation which would lose tax-exempt status
but would be able to seek government loans or a
non-profit corporation.
The two biggest problems are getting the space
for the co-op and generating enough initial capital.
CC Platform Coordinator Cliff Black, a third year
law student, researching the co-op program for
Middlebrooks arrived at an initial estimated expense
of $50,000.
With that we could sell groceries, sundries,
books and possibly records, Black said.
Mandell said other businesses have started with
similar capital and expanded their production to
generating more than SIOO,OOO worth of business in
a short time.
Middlebrooks continued, If we can set up an
effective consumer cooperative along with selective
boycotting of retailing establishments we may be
able to bring about lower prices. The merchants
would be concerned about the possible economic
reprisals arising, from a cooperative program with
lower prices.

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However, the law should be changed to include graduate
deferments as well as undergraduate. I do feel, however,
that they are unfair since the wealthy benefit, and the
poor dont get any advantage since they cant usually
afford to go to college. Furthermore, I am totally against
the draft system as presently constituted.
DON MIDDLEBROOKS
2. I feel that student deferments discriminate against
lower income brackets because they favor only those who
through circumstance are able to afford college.
Deferments should be opened up to include people who
work in Vista, the Peace Corps, and other social and
poverty programs. Deferments should either be
administered fairly to all groups of people or abolished
entirely.
LOWELL STANLEY
2. The question of student deferments is one of
privileged enclaves protected by circumstances of
opportunity, finances or capricious chance. I am for
abolishment of the draft as a sad travesty inflicted upon
the young, student and non-student alike. But I do believe
that as long as the draft is a reality, albeit a viciously
unfair one, we must stand against student deferments as
an inequality that diminishes us all.
Stanley .
fraternities have anything to gain in the election.
The reason the student supposedly doesn't give a
damn is because they feel SG doesnt give a damn
about them. The other candidates, when questions
are asked, talk from the top of their heads
concerning the issues but they never bother to ask
the students. What are they clairvoyant to think
they know what the students think?
The next step would be to go to the department
heads and the student specialists with this
information and find the best solution fitted to the
resources and needs of the student on the UF
campus.
Stanley said he thinks he has a double problem
concerning students on campus:
The other candidates don't really have to
campaign in the fraternity house because they are
already divided as to which one supports which
candidates. Because of this they feel they have the
fraternities all sewed up and can work the
independents. We dont have any fraternities
supporting us and we must speak to the entire
student body, not being able to concentrate heavily
on any one main area.
Stanley and Miss Whitman Thursday will hold an
academic ecnounter in the Plaza of Americas
between 1 and 3 p.m. Nine student specialists will
explain the partys platform and how problems will
be dealt with after the election, specifically how
they will deal with UF President Stephen C.
OConnell and the Board of Regents.
The candidates will be spending most of their
time dorm-stomping, according to Miss Whitman,
and interested students may call them via their
Think Tank Hotline.



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appeared as it did, Mandell
said.
Uhlfelder said he thinks the
idea of printing cards listing
students* rights and numbers to
be called if arrested is a good
one. Charlie Shepherd, former
student body president, used the
idea while campaigning for
office three years ago.
Real Party Platform Chairman
Hal Kantor said Wests number
was listed because one of
Wests duties is to get students
out of jail in addition to his
duty to prosecute students who
come before the Student
Conduct Committee.
Personally, I dont think
West should be the one to both
get people out of jail and to
prosecute students before the
student conduct board too,
Kantor said.
Mandell said Wests number
was included so students could
call the student conduct office if

Questions needed ]
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Students can question SG presidential candidates
through The Alligator.
> Questions should be sent or brought to The
Alligator office, room 365 of the Reitz Union.
A series of columns of questions and answers
about presidential candidates and their platforms i
will appear before the election.
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THE ALTERNATIVE
Are you interested in a graduate course in architecture,
agribusiness, small business administration, labor relations,
public relations, domestic relations, race relations, arts and
crafts, budgeting, management, ethnic culture, folklore,
economics, ecology, urban affairs, urban renewal, rural affairs,
indian affairs, health, nutrition, malnutrition, medical care,
legal aid, welfare rights, consumer rights, job development, job
training, remedial education, special education, tutoring,
recreation, counseling, psychology, sociology, political science
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By 808 STIFF
Alligator Staff Writer
The fate of UFs first predominantly black fraternity, Alpha Kappa
Psi, is in the hands of Dean Frank T. Adams.
Mike Hawley, IFC president, said Monday, The Interfratemity
Council (IFC), ad hoc committee unanimously approved the petition
from Alpha Kappa Psi to colonize here.
The petition is now on Dean Adams desk awaiting his action.
Once the petition is approved, they could begin colonization
immediately.
Kip Smith is acting president of 35 or 40 unofficial members
now, said Hawley.
They have been meeting as an informal group.
One of the reasons cited as justification for the new fraternity is the

they were concerned about
something.
I wouldnt want a student to
call the student conduct office if
they were in jail. I certainly
didnt intend that, Mandell
said.
Mandell said Real party had
printed the cards so students
would know their rights, not
because he anticipated a great
number of students needing to
know phone numbers to get out
of jail.
He said judicial precedent had
been set in Miranda v. Arizona
when the Supreme Court ruled
that a person should be
informed beforehand of his legal
rights.
Im just informing students
of their constitutional rights. Im
not practicing law or anything,
Mandell said.
West said he made no specific
agreement with Uhlfelder. How However,
ever, However, as far as I know the univer university
sity university has always attempted to
assist persons who are UF stud students
ents students in trouble.

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only predominantly black organization on campus is the politically
oriented Black Student Union.
Alpha Kappa Psi has 286 graduate and undergraduate chapters in
the US and in several foreign countries representing approximately
35,000 members.
Noted Alpha Kappa Psi alumni include Leon Solomon of General
Motors and the Reverend Ralph David Abernathy.
The fraternitys charter does not include a discriminatory clause.
Several white students are members of the local group, said Hawley.
Petitions for colonization have been presented at the University of
Miami, University of South Florida and Florida Tech. Presently, there
are active chapters at Florida A&M and Bethum Cook man.
I have all confidence that it will be approved, Hawley said of the
petition.

Tuesday, April 13, 1971, The Florida Alligator,

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, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, April 13,1971

Page 4

4 senators want reduced penalties

(Editors Note: Hiis is the last
in a series explaining the
recently released Student
Government marquana report to
be presented to the state
legislature.)
By 808 STIFF
Alligator Staff Writer
Florida legislators contacted
by the Alligator reported
favoring proposals to reduce the
penalty for first offense
possession of marijuana to a
misdemeanor.
Chances are materially better
this year, for the change, than
ever in the past, said Rep.
Kenneth McKay of Ocala.
McKay said two influential
VOTE to pass
oat oloctioa info
oa SG candidates
By ELLI MOSS
Alligator Staff Writer
VOTE, a cabinet agency
of Student Government will be
distributing information leaflets
on the forthcoming Student
Government election in the
service booth across from the
Hub 10 am. to 2 p.m. on
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and next Monday.
The leaflets will consist of
information on the candidates
for: president, vice president,
treasurer, chief justice of the
traffic court and chancellor of
the honor court, a list of senate
and honor court slates, and a list
of polling booths telling where
they are and when they will be
open uid an explanation of how
to usd the voting machines.
Bfll Watson, director of Vote,
is hoping for 75 percent of the
student body to vote in the
election which will take place
April 21.
As far as the average voter is
concerned,** said Watson, there
is no real difference between the
three presidential candidates.
The purpose of the information
leaflets is to point out the
significant differences between
the candidates, if any exist.**
The same information will be
available April 20 in the Plaza
and outside Little Hall from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. A number of
nonpartisan people will be
distributing the same
information at the polling
(daces.
If anyone needs information
on the candidates or voting they
can call 3924665.

CARNIGRAS
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House members who have been
against the change, are
supporting it this year.
One of these men, Rep. Jim
Tillman, is a former deputy
sheriff and is respected in
matters concerning law
enforcement, according to
McKay.
McKay said this year he has
become more aware of the
problem, and feels the penalty
should be reduced.
McKay said he was
disappointed last year when the
proposed changes were rejected.
The House is more open
minded this year,** he added.
State Senator Beth Johnson
from Cocoa Beach, a member of
the Health and Welfare
Committee, said she also favors a
reduction in penalties.
I was flat, flat, flat opposed
to reducing penalties last year!
But, I went and talked to
students around the state, even
in the elementary schools, and
decided something had to be
done.**
There I was, a cocktail in

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I last year! But, I went and talked to students around
* the state, even in the elementary schools, and decided
something had to be done. There I was, a cocktail in
one hand and a cigaret in the other, lecturing to
children.
State Senator Beth Johnson

one hand and a cigaret in the
other, lecturing to children,*
Sen. Johnson said.
Sen. Johnson said last
Thursday, the Health and
Welfare Committee approved a
proposal that reduces the
penalty for first time offenders
to a misdemeanor.
Contrary to what the Student
Government marijuana study
had recommended, the
committee set a five gram limit
for this provision.
When questioned as to why
the five gram limit was
established, Sen. Johnson said
many people are still reluctant

to reduce penalties.
Does this reduction in
penalties indicate that legislators
no longer believe marijuana to
be harmful?
On the "contrary, I still
believe that one marijuana
cigarette leads to five, five leads
to 30 and 30 leads to hard
stuff, said Senator Johnson.
When asked about the early
marijuana laws, Senator Johnson
said, first we overreacted, but
this worked in reverse. Judges
and attorneys wouldnt
prosecute a first offender for a
felony conviction.
Sen. Johnson added that

maybe five grams is not right,
but at least it is starting a
change in the over 30*s.
I think it is a good move and
the right move. Right now it
wont go any further, she
added.
Theres no question but that
I favor the changes, said Sen.
Bob Saunders of Gainesville
Saunders said he was not
changing his views agahct
marijuana, but feels more
convictions will be gained on
misdemeanor charges.
I havent seen medical proof
to make me believe that it doesnt
lead to hard drugs, said
Saunders.
I have talked with prison
inmates who told me that
marijuana led them to hard
drugs, Saunders added.
Saunders believes there is a
good chance the laws will be
changed this session.
I havent run across anyone
who feels different. Saunders
said the judiciary influenced this
change. They cannot get
convictions on felony charges.



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charge airfare, hotels, meals, cars, iust about Mail in the coupon for TWVs free Getaway
a anything just about anywhere. And then take up to Vacation Kit.
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Ecology
group
formed
Student evironmentalists met
at the University of South
Florida, Easter weekend to
organize a statewide group
dedicated to improving the
quality of life on earth.
The Florida Student
Environmental Confederation
(FSEC) is in operation to
provide an effective,
continuing, coordinating
structure of statewide scope in
working for the protection of
total environmental quality,
according to the FSEC
constitution.
Membership in FSEC consists
of high school and college
conservation, environmental and
population organizations.
Two UF students were elected
to the eight member board of
directors during the three-day
session.
~ Ed Debellevue, 3AS and Jan
Godown, lUC representing
Environmental Action Group,
became members of the
governing body of the group.
According to Debellevue,
FSEC is not so much an action
group, but a group whose
function is to provide
communication among
environmental groups, and serve
as an information clearing house
in the state.
<0
Services set
Memorial services for UF coed
Barbara Ann Bo the will be held
tonight at 7:30 at the Kappa
Delta house, 1122 East
Panhellenic. Miss Bothe and her
father were killed when the
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New Folk sing
about their faith
The New Folk, a singing group which is rapidly gaining
momentum across the country, will appear Wednesday night at
8:30 in the Union Ballroom.
The New Folk feature both popular songs on the record
charts and Christian rock songs. The New Folks style is eclectic,
drawing heavily from the folk era and from today s electric
sound.
The group made appearances at both Fort Lauderdale and
Daytona Beach during the Easter holidays, where they
challenged their contemporaries to consider the claims of
Christianity and its relevance in this generation.
Tickets for the concert may be purchased at the Union Box
office, the Record Bar and at the door. Admission is $ 1.

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sponsored by EAG

By JAN GODOWN
Alligator Staff Writer
Dirty pictures.
Thats what Environmental
Action Group (EAG) is asking
for. The organization is
sponsoring a Dirty Picture
Contest as part of its Earth
Week activities, according to
Brad Raffle, EAG president.
Amateur and professional
student photographers can
submit 8 by 10 inch color or
black and white glossies of
pollution and related subjects to
be judged on:
Impact
Environmental concepts
shown
Symbolism
The four top entries will be
published in the Alligator, and
the winning photographers will
receive environmental
handbooks.
Deadline for the contest is
April 23. Pictures with name,
Accaat 71 hosts
food export
Richard Hall, a nationally
recognized expert in food safety
will speak Wednesday on the
consumer and food service.
The program is sponsored by
Accent 7l and Food Science
Club, and will be held in
McCarty Auditorium at 2:30
pjn.
Hall is Vice President of
Research and Development for
the McCormick Co. and has
published many articles on the
so called natural foods as well
as processed food safety.
The title of Halls lecture will
be Safe at the Plate: The
Consumer and Food Safety.

CARHIGRAS
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HERE

Pianist to perform Wednesday

The French pianist Bernard
Flavigny will perform
Wednesday at the Medical
Sciences Auditorium at 8:30
p.m. as the last of the Pro Arte
Musica 1971 concert series.
Flavigny has appeared in
Russia, Poland, England, South
America, Japan and Finland and
was the only French pianist
chosen by the eminent
conductor Von Karajan to play
with the Orchestra National de
Paris during the 1969-70 season.
Bernard Flavigny brings to
light unknown effects from the
piano, a genuine poetic
technique, plus a keen musical

address and telephone number
of the photographer can be
brought to the EAG office,
room 323 of the Reitz Union.

are cutting their
4th album in May.
m Ybv can hear them
? in person tomorrow.
Union Ballroom 8:30 pm
admission SI.OO

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DOHT JUST TELL THEM WHERE
YOU WEMT OH YOUR EUROPERH TRIP.
SHOW THEM HOW YOU BOT THERE.

See Europe on your own time.
In your own way.
Student Ventures makes It happen.
We arrange your flight across and
back. For as low as $290.00*
On the continent, your own personal
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intelligence, wrote LE
FIGARO.
Jacques Lonchampt, writing
for LE MONDE said: Music of
the past relives in him,
everything reveals technical
maturity together with
astonishing spiritual feeling.
The program Wednesday night
will include Diabelli
Variations by Beethoven, two
Nocturnes by Chopin, two
Etudes by Debussy, and
Stravinskys Tetrouchka Suite.
For its 1972 concert series,
Pro Arte Musica will bring the
Berlin Philharmonic Octet on
January 18, the Danzi

Students wishing more
information should contact
Doug Lynes at the EAG office,
392-1635.

Woodwind Quintet on March 2,
and in April, the Hungarian
String Quartet. Membership and
subscription tickets may be
obtained by writing to Pro Arte
Musica, Box 12068 University

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Station, Gainesville. Price for
one season ticket will be $9 and
$4.50 for students under 22.
A limited number of single
tickets are available for the
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Editorial
Stanley
replies
(EDITORS NOTE: In Fridays editorial, we said we were
displeased with the lade of talk about important issues in
the student body election. We specifically pointed to Lowell
Stanleys apparent reluctance to discuss much else than bloc
support. In an effort to remain fair, we are giving Mr.
Stanley the opportunity to reply.)
We wish to thank The Alligator for providing the space to
answer their unwarranted attack on Mr. Stanley, on the
editorial page of April 9,1971.
We agree with The Alligator that bloc control should not
be the central issue of the campaign.
But we do think its a vital issue that certainly merits
discussion by the candidates.
The letter to the editor that Mr. Stanley read aloud in
Wednesday nights debate was from a student named Henry
Solares, who spoke of the political suicide of running
against two bloc supported candidates.*
He spoke of University of Florida Politics as an
institution that ignores qualifications in favor of power
structure.
Mr. Solares should know the realities of campus politics.
He is currently student body vice president.
We are talking, and will continue to talk about the other
essential issues facing the students in this important
election.
But, unlike the other two candidates, we refuse to ignore,
we ref Use to dodge, the bloc issue.
We will not be silenced.
LoweU Stanley
Ruthi Whitman
Alligator Staff
Marian Jadrusiak Stave Strang
Assignments Editor Wire Editor
Copy Editors Gsry Ps-ekeS-D-feb? S*§i-V*<*la Rich Linda Miklowitz
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The
Florida
Alligator

Oh, oh, ow, owl Hes twisting our arms
**
Woman vs. machine

By MARIAN JEDRUSIAK
Alligator Alignments Editor
They pored paradfoe
And put up a parking lot
With a pink hotel, a boutique
And a swinging hot spot
Don't it always seem to go
That you don't know what
you Ve got
TUI it's gone
- Big Yellow Taxi
I was baying at the moon the
other night as I shuffled through
my tarot cards. Suddenly a
blinding flash of revelation hit
me.
Call it dissatisfaction, itchy
feet or sheer orneriness. But
there's something innate sticking
jn the craw of the human spirit
begging for things to be the way
they're not.
Yes, ift one of those human
foibles we all know and love.
That is, to be convinced that by
some quirk of fate some magic
puzzle piece will connect and
clarify your lifestyle. Or at least
make it different.
Then when the desired change
occurs, you can have the singular
masochistic delight of wishing
you were back where you
started from. Back in the frying
pan.
They call it progress. Maybe
that's why the green cheese
terrain of the moon has all those
decorative footprints on it. But 1
fear the mechanized world we
live in has distinguished itself
dubiously.
I'm talking about the price
you have to pay for progress. A

Phyllis Gallub
Editor-In-Chief

Gary Grunder
News Editor

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case in point is the feeling of
intimidation I get from the
vending machines around
canpos. They dispense a
staple part of my diet; peanut
hotter crackers and Henfaey
Ban.
You learn quickly who is the
servant and who is the master.
After paying tribute to the tune
of $4.95 in nickels and dimes to
the milk and orange juice
machine in the study lounge, I
became mildly annoyed.
It used to be that a flying kick
right over the oj. sign would at
least relieve my pent up
frustration when the monster
machine snarfed up the laundry
change. And God forbid that the
washing machine should go to
bed hungry.
But I learned that you can
catch move candy ban with
honey than you can with
vinegar. You learn to talk to the
damn thing. And even more.
Kiss it, said Colny once in
desperation.

Ken McKinnon
Managing Editor

Ordinarily I would have
withered her on the spot with
one scathing look. But I was
going through Nestles Crunch
withdrawal and didn't have the
strength.
So I inserted 15 cents and
gave the machine a chaste peck.
No effect.
Not having any aspirations in
the area of being the Sophia
Loren of the vending machine
set, I quickly abandoned the
cause.
Colny is made of sterner
stuff. You blew it, she said.
You were kissing it over the
dime slot.
And with a determined
pucker she aimed her smooch
above the slot where the
quarters should go.
Purring with delight, the
machine gave birth to a 10
ounce wax carton of orange
juice..
Sipping Florida's finest to
immunize myself from scurvy
and beriberi, I had to rijnk away
in embarrassment at having
stooped so low.
I don't know if the answer is
planting an orange tree in a
window box on Arbor Day and
squeezing my own. Or tethering
a cow to the desks in the lounge
nd doing likewise. But there's
gotta be away to get buck to the
garden.
For now 111 have> to console
myself with plastering the world
with out of order signs.
Or doing a lot of unplugging.



Withdrawn
Editor:
With one quarter remaining in
University College I withdrew
from school. My reasons were
emotional and private, as private
to me as they were to the rest of
the world. It has been two
quarters now and I am back in
school. During my time away
from school I noticed a great
many things. It is these things
that I would like to tell you
about.
In absence, I noticed I was
highly critical of myself as I was
under the opinion that I had not
the emotional equipment needed
to cope with the University
Colleges, shall we say, trite ins
and out's. I know now that it
wasn't that I didn't have the
equipment. I resented the
mechanics of being systemed. It
can be determined that in this
case there were other factors
involved and that, at least in this
statement, I doubt seriously if
any individual or group can be
attributed with the sole
responsibility for mine or
anyones failings. This, I assume,
and hope all understand.
But certain problems stand
out rather distinctly. University
college, I believe, is a work of art
and a unique study into the
depth of confusion. It can be
studied, dissected and
re-assembled singularly in or out
of the University
context.... like other similar
giant works as Hitler's rise and
fall and the magic of Joe
McCarthy. It can be admired as
the bestowing benefactor of
education and the protector of
freedom in its decision to rob
you of your choice(s) or taken
aback lest you beg to inquire
why or what those letters and
numbers represent in that
tic-tac-toe looking paper game
you find yourself playing and
losing two quarters later. It is a
pathetic event in a University's
history when assigned to see a
counselor you entrance with
questions Uke what transfers,
have you heard of that new
course?* or even worse Nvhat is
this written down by you?' and
the replies from these
knowledgeable and soHdtious
crusaders come back like a
recording: *Well youH have to
see Mr. Bright in the Newberry
extension office about that; or
check your catalogue or *well,
that course is basic, it deals with
biology,' and/or (the climax) Ts
there is anything else I can help
you with, come on in and see
me.'
And the cycle has begun. The
f LETTERS POLICY
letters must:
t B typed, signed,
end not eitoaed
300 words.
0 Not be signed with a
pwidmiyiu.
addresses end
NiniM to a a-- g|
nil Will D WIIVIMICI Only I*
writsr draws Just earns. The
editor fessrves the right to edit all
letters for soacs.
mW intlfMM m
to contact th# P**P*ed to show samples of his
WHtsm may submit longer
way*,'columns or lettsm to be
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READERS FORUM

system is now beginning to
work and as you leave each
office, signs of relief can be
heard with a next, how can I
help you today.* It is good to
know that the college millhands
know their job and do it well.
It is a tiring lot and because of
it some have chosen to avoid the
maze and choose the road of
selecting their own with the
hopes that more letters will be
written and some of this gothic
traditionalism eHmated.
We are all big boys and girls
now and it aint no picnic feeling
black in de ole South.
Joel Bruce McEachem
Hudson
Editor:
In Mondays Alligator (April
S) Col. Jere Hudson, director of
the Air Force ROTC said that he
personally felt the Calley trial
was fair and conclusive. He
further stated that there was a
difference between murder,
which is the willful, wanton
taking of life, and the deaths
resulting from the normal
process of the war. My
question is this: Is killing any
more humane or moral when
accomplished with napalm
dropped from Air Force planes
or with artillery than from a
rifle? Is the killing from the air
any less calculated, cruel or
cold-blooded? Can anyone be
sure that no innocent civilians
are also the victims of bombing
raids? In my opinion, sir,
Calley's murder atrocities are
also the normal process of the
war." The Army issued him that
rifle. War is killing, and killing is
immoral. The whole Indochina
war is immoral, and it is the
entire military complex, not just
Calley, that is to blame.
Name withheld
Jonus
Editor:
Ezekiel Jones writes very well,
but it's too bad that he always
comes out with the same cliches
of the radical left. These are as
boring and overused as those of
the radical right.
In his The Five Children of
Eve'* published on Friday, he
screams American imperialism,
genocide of all the Yellow
people in the world by the
Uhited States, White Supremacy
and the exploitation of Latin
America by the UJS. War
Criminals with the exception of
Cuba.
You are so clever, Mr. Jones,
in insulting the Latin American
people. You are saying that
these people are dumb enough
to let the United States rob
them of their natural resources.
You are saying that Latin
Americans aren't intelligent
enough to distinguish between
selling raw materials and giving
away raw materials.
' ''." At--**
Aren't you aware um
American businesses are
investing American capital to
develop industries and factories
in these underdeveloped
nations? These factories and
industries are permanent and
will provide jobs and an escape

from poverty for thousands of
people.
If you want to look for a clear
example of exploitation, look to
Cuba. Look at the island where
one man decides how much
sugar is going to be given to
Mother Russia in exchange for
war goods. Look at the island
where volunteer workers
(what a joke) work from sunup
to sundown to pay for tanks,

A madman is loose

By STEPHEN ROBITAILLE
There is a madman on the
loose. He is DRESSED IN
YESTERDAY'S HEADLINES
and can be found screaming at
your bedroom window. THE
WAR IS NOT OVER ... Dont
let me disturb your lunch, but
THE WAR IS NOT OVER and I
AM THE MADMAN ...Despite
the recent attitude of the
frustrated student activist that
for each of us to be peaceful will
end the war I REPEAT: THE
WAR IS NOT OVER. I AM
SHOUTING, CAN YOU HEAR
ME? ...THE WAR IS NOT
OVER ... Jesus saves, Hari
Krishna, LBJ, RFK, RICHARD
THE LIONHEARTED, THE
18- YEAR-OLD-VOTE ... THE
WAR IS NOT OVER...
Encounter groups, communial
living, health foods, defoliants,
THE WAR IS NOT OVER. All
we are asking is: pass another
joint, please? Napalm, whoopers,
Mister Rogers, Woodstock, My
Lai, Kawasaki, Magasaki, free
love, M-16 JESUS SAVES,
HARI KRISHNA, NFL, NLF,
WHAT GOOD IS
PROTESTPROTESTPROTEST
PROTEST???? IAM ONLY ONE
VOICE... It is very possible
THAT TWO CULTURES, ONE
DEDICATED TO WAR AND
THE OTHER TO PEACE,
COULD LIVE SIDE-BY-SIDE
FOR SEVERAL YEARS ...
How many lives could YOU
take in several years??? It is
conceivable that we could run
the war by REMOTE
CONTROL and NOT LOSE A
SINGLE AMERICAN
LIFE... Do you like those
ODDS? Why wont the blood

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MIGs, atomic submarine bases in
Cienfuegos, and technicians who
have nothing better to do than
indoctrinate young Latin
Americans on the art of
subversion and revolution.
I am getting pretty fed up
hearing about the glorious
liberties that are to be found in
places such as Cuba. They have
so much freedom there, Mr.

GUEST COLUMN

wash off my hands?
According to a recent survey,
college students are dropping
their picket signs and picking up
their Bibles. The sounds of
HARI KRISHNA, HARI
KRISHNA are replacing the
VIOLENT shouting matches of
the past several years ....
What this troubled nation needs
is a good Love Story ... I swear
to God that A1 Capp has been
trailing me by car for the past
three weeks? THE WAR IS NOT
OVER, THE WAR IS NOT
OVER, THE WAR IS NOT
OVER, What, rice again for
dinner? Damn this blood all over
the typewriter... I Hope you
can read this letter... I HOPE
YOU CAN FEELFEELFEEL FEELFEELFEELFEELFEELFEEL
FEELFEELFEEL FEELFEELFEELFEELFEELFEEL THIS
LETTER... IT HURTS TO
WRITE! YOU ARE NOT
WITHOUT A VOICE! Grab a
ladder, right now, grab a ladder
and climb to the roof of your
house, facing towards
VIETNAM shout loudly, I'm
sorry as hell about the WAR and
IM NOT GOING TO TAKE
ANY MORE ORDERS FROM
ANYONE UNTIL ALL THE
RULERS OF ALL THE
NATIONS AT WAR DECIDE
TO LET THE REST OF US GO
HOME AND GET SOME MUCH
NEEDED REST. HUMANITY
HASNT BEEN ABLE TO GET
A GOOD NIGHT'S REST IN
SEVERAL THOUSAND
YEARS, BUT TONIGHT

Tuesday, April 13,1971, The Florid* AWlgrtor,

Jones, that this letter or your
article would never have been
published. You imply there is
freedom to be found there, but
the hundreds of thousands of
Cubans that have escaped and
the hundreds of thousands more
that are not allowed to escape
\ will tend to disagree with you.
Alberto G. Manrara

WE'RE ALL TAKING A
VACATION FROM THIS
BLOODY DUTY TO OUR
COUNTRYS PRIDEPRIDE PRIDEPRIDEPRIDEPRIDE...
PRIDEPRIDE... PRIDEPRIDEPRIDEPRIDE...
Whats this, another
march ... to where?... to
Washington .. Oh, not
again ... We played that scene a
year ago last November. May be
violent, huh? Not for me man, I
only believe in peaceful
protesting! What's in a march?
Nothing except people with an
idea that they can't wait another
week or month while mote lives
and land are destroyed. DID
YOU HEAR ABOUT
GEORGE ... HE GOT
NUMBER 364 in the draft
p 001... Yea, he quit school and
opened up a record shop ...
Wonder how you spell George in
South Vietnamese? Say George,
or whatever the hell YOUR
name is... there are a lot of
other unlucky ba.,. ds to take
your place. Who knows man,
after they get the shopping
centers built, maybe you open
up a record shop in Nam. WE
ARE ALL PARTICIPANTS IN
THE GREATEST CRIME
WAVE IN HISTORY) THE
WAR IS NOT OVER...THE
D C.' MARCH ON April 24th is
more than symbolic. It is
another small but vital step in
the revolution. Let us redirect
our madness and
mar chm archmarchmarchmarch.

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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

X*X-X*X-X-X-X-X-X$W-XWvX:
FOR SALE
COMPARE BEFORE YOU BUY A*
New Student Desk 29.50 2 dr. files
19.50 4 dr. files 29.50 USED arm
exec, swivel chair 19.95 JR Office
Furniture Co. 6205 S. Main St.
376-1146 (a-25t-103-p)
SUPER SALE Blank 8-track 80 min
tapes 6 for $9.95 MUNTZ STEREO
319 N.W. 13 St. (a-20t-89-p)
Stereo 8-tr tapes. Any 2 albums
$3.50 Professional equipment used.
All tapes guaranteed Call 373-3611
Ask for Jonathan or leave message
(A-10t-105-p)
SOUP'S on, the rug that is, so clean
the spot with Blue Lustre. Rent
electric shampooer sl. Electric
upholstery shampoos also available.
Lowry Furniture Co. (A-ts-c)
8 TRACK TAPES PRE-RECORDED
3.99 largest selection we also trade,
buy 8i sell, new & used tapes
TRADE-A-TAPE 14 nw 13 st.
(A-15t-107-p)
1971 Kawasaki Mach 111 runs perfct.
drive It I Call evening 378-5778
(A-st-111-p)
Stereo 8-Tr Cartridges Recorded
Premium Quality Lubricated Tape 1
or 2 albums on 40 or 80 min tapes
$2.50 or $4 Including tape. Don't
accept cheap Imitation. Get
Guaranteed Quality. John 378-5916
nights (A-st-113-p)
Archery equip. Bear Polar left
handed 40 lb. pull, easton alum,
arrows 1 doz. 50.00 or best offer call
378-0712 after 5:00 (A-3t-112-p)
Helmet, almost new. Bell, size 7 full
tinted sunvlsor. White. Worn only
about eight times. Cost S4O. Will
sacrifice $25. 378-5905 (A-st-111-p)
4 acres of land Joins Univ. and 10
acre of land on 241 south of 26
Call for more Information 372-4114
or 378-1207 and appointment after
5:30 (A-st-109-p)
rrtns features at ...
JKIiXUHg 2:00 3:55 5:50
iTJJKJ.VJiirLjI 7:50 9:45
DON'T MISS IT! .(§{3
The RoNing Stones
GIMME
SHELTER
HffiffETl AT .
2:10 4:00 5:45
PSJgJagarLSl S:3O 7:40

production.* |l
NOW PLAYING I I
P | AT: 2:104:40-7: Wood 0:40
9:50
I fretty Maids all in a row
| MGMpnro COCK HUDSON ANGt OCKINSCN TELIV SAVAIAS

FOR SALE
a*
v-v-:""**--.'.*.--***-*-*..
Yamaha Enduro 125. 4600 ml. Best
offer over Blue-book. Call 376-8383.
(Arst-111-p)
6 month old Scott 34zc 110 watt fm
stereo receiver cost S3OO new-now
S2OO. 66 honda sport 50 runs great
+ SBO worth of extra parts all for
SBO. call 376-9039. ask for Ed or
leave message with roomate.
(A-st-111-p)
ALL PHONO NEEDLES ARE
AVAILABLE AT MUNTZ STEREO
319 NW 13 ST (A-15t-107-p)
stereson 200 watt bass amp with two
speaker cabinets & gibson ebo bass
guitar 8> 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)
..CONN OBOE SBO pelrce 373-2228
(A-St-110-p)
SCUBA CLASSES Begin Week of
April 27 YMCA certification. Free
Finish by end of quarter Call YMCA
Call 372-5621 (A-2t-113-p)
Super spider bicycle for sale. 2
months old. S4O or best offer. Call
Marjle at 376-0145 or 373-4327
AKC Female silver mlnature Poodle,
must sale leaving for Germany, loves
cats, soon able to breed, 75$ or best
offer, Call 378-6247 (A-st-113-p)
Air Conditioner, great for dorm or
room size use, thermostat controlled
plugs into wall socket, still on
warranty, call 378-9710 anytime.
(A-st-113-p)
In stock: 31b. nylon 2 man tents;
Red, white, blue basketballs; Masks,
fins, snorkels; Backpacking supplies.
B & B SPORTS CENTER 5320 N.W.
13th ST. 378-1461 (A-st-113-p)
for sale 9000 btu air conditioner still
under warranty SIOO call 373-3737
Kris (A-4t-113-p)
SCUBA CLASSES Begin Week of
April 27 YMCA certification. Fee
$35. Finish by end of quarter Call
YMCA Call 372-5621 (A-2t-113-p)
1961 volvo-good running
condition-great for town &
tr I ps-S3OO-376-8855. westlnghouse
delux air condltloner-5000 btu-tlttle
use-SBO 376-8855 (A-st-114-p)
Honda 150. 1965, good condition,
17,300 ml. $230, Includes 2 helmets.
Call 378-9534 after 5 (A-4t-U4-p)
Breadtruck 6cyl chevy panelled and
carpeted w/ gas oven & stove hinged
double bed shelves table etc see at
410 nw 13th or call ed 378-9451
SSOO (A-st-114-p)
tame baby ferrets coons monkeys
bob cats ocelots skunks parrots
; hawks snakes lizards turtles for sale
trade or buy Kongo Pet 475-2546
(local) (A-17t-111-p)

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, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, April 13,1971

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FOR FI EBIT
Room for rent 2 blocks from campus
central air kitchen priv 60 a month
utilities Included males only call
378-8122 or 372-7947 (B-2t-113-p)
Female Roomate The Place 66.75 Per
Month Sub-lease 373-3290 anytime
utilities Included (B-2t-114-p)
Sublet for summer, hawallan village 2
or 3 bdrms. central location will
discuss prices call 378-4092 anytime
for more Information (B-lt-114-p)
Aprils rent freel Sublet furnished or
unfurnished apt., $l4O or $l3O,
Balcony bedroom, Shag carpet, 3
blocks from campus. Ph 378-2888.
(B-st-114-p)
New England style duplex-needs
female roomate, one block from
campus available now. 1007 s.w. 6th
Ave. call 372-6112 or 372-7877 fbr
Michele (B-4t-114-p)
Male roommate wanted Colonial
Manor apt. 149. one block from
Tigert pool air conditioning S6O a
month call George anytime 378-3474
(B-112-st-p)
Apartments for summer qtr. close to
campus, pool, alr-conditloned.
sllO-5240 per qtr. university apts.
1524 nw 4th ave. apt. n, 376-8990
(B-10t-108-p)
NEED AN APARTMENT THIS
SUMMER? beautiful two bedroom
apt for summer quarter, call
376-5066 (B-st-110-p)
Sublet two bdr furn duplex for
summer quarter, a/c, ww carpet $l5O
a month, water paid E. unlv
378-3314 (B-st-111-p)
Share 1 bedroom-bath 3 bedroom-3
bath house available May 1 55/month
share utilities 1104 SW 3 Ave 1 block
from campus call Karen 378-4369
(B-st-111-p)
Sublease one bedroom furnished apt.
1904 sw 14 terr. call anytime
373-4520 $l2O month apt. rent S3O
available 4/16/71 lease until June
close-campus (B-112-st-p)
2 br. cent, air-heat, elec, kitchen,
fenced yard, furn., near campus,
duplex $l5O lease 373-3449 or
392-2136 (B-st-112-p)
Sublease one bedroom furnished apt.
June lease available 4/16/71 1904 SW
14th terr. call anytime 373-4520
$ 120/Mon April rent S3O
(B-st-112-p)
young married couple has 1 room for
rent with kitchen privileges In private
house near campus 50 mo + utl call
Peggy or Don 378-9408 (B-st-111-p)
helpl yourself and us need a roomate
for this quarter! lease already taken
care of you pay only 67.50 a month
call 372-3836 the place apt 204
(B-3t-113-p)
3 Liberal Students Needed for 5
bedroom house. Own bedroom, nice
yard pets welcome. S4O a month +
1/5 utilities. 630 NW 34 PI 378-7063
(B-3t-113-p)
WANTED
Listeners wanted! Will pay $2.00 for
one hour session. Must be native
English speaking and have normal
hearing. Please call LeVan between 8
and 5 for appointment. 392-2049
(C-112-tfc)

Paolo Pasolini Festival
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A remarkable confirmation of the talent so effectively
introduced in The Gospel According to St. Matthew."
Toto, the sad-eyed Keatonesque clown, is beautiful."
Arthur Knight, Saturday Review
| The Hawks & the Sparrows
I Tuesday, April 13 7:00 & 9:30
I Union Aud. 50
1 Presented by the Union Classic Film Committee

WANTED
Two girls want apartment to sublease
fall quarter. Call Cavin or Mary Anne
372-6507 (C-st-113-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-st-110-p)
male roommate landmark apartments
poolside immediately $47.50 +
utilities call dan bill or John
378-8580 (C-st-110-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)
Senior coed desires 1 br efficiency
apt for summer qtr. ac close to
campus ph. 373-3355 (C-112-st-p)
Wanted RE4SO Real Estate Law text
by Kratovil, call Bruce at 376-5894
best time to call Is between 5 and 7
pm (C-3t-112-p)
Two female roommates wanted at
Landmark apt. N 0.32 for summer
quarter (C-st-113-p)
2 girls wish to sublease apartment for
fall quarter. Call Carin or Mary Anne
372-6507 (C-st-113-p)
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HELP WANTED
X<-x-;jX-X-X-X-X-X-X-X-XjX*X-X-X-X-X*X
Part time chemistry lab technician
experience preferred Call 372-1500
(E-st-114-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)
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AUTOS
Camper step-van, self contained,
excellent condition, must be sold fast
to pay for school, contact Don or
Pat, 458 murphree c 392-7305
(G-4t-114p)
*65 flat llOOd station uegon need
money for out-of-state tuition will
sell for $350 call Slick 27045 or matt
27397 (G-3t-114-p)
65 Bonneville 4drht. extra clean.
68000 actual miles, good tires, one
owner. 895 or best cash offer.
372-5214 after 6pm (G-st-114-p)
62 VW good running condition,
excellent beach buggy material. S4OO
or best offer, see at 702-205 SW 16
ave. after 6 p.m. (Q-3t-112-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)
Must sell MGB 64 SSOO or 1967
Triumph GT-6 SI4OO. Will accept llte
trail bike on QT-6 Call Dana at
372-7904 (G-Bt-110-p)
1970 FIAT 850 Spider Great cond
7000 miles new top, tires and new
paint Job asking 1750 call Steve
Moore at 378-9627 (G-112-st-p)
66 Falcon Futura good mechanical
condition, radio, heater good tires
$685 call 378-7676 (Q-st-113-p)

AUTOS
1967 Saab station wagon; new tires
and engine; air-conditioned; 3 seats;
seat covers, all tools and accessories;
perfect small family car-$025; call
378-5402 after 3:30 dally
(G-3M 11-p)
60 T-bird original mileage 39000
New trans, carb, and brakes. Must see
to appreciate condition, excellent.
$425 or best offer, 373-2426
(G-4MII-P)
BMW TISA 4 door luxury, plenty of
go. Webers, five speed, all other
factory equipment. Original papers
excellent SISOO-best offer 378-6874
(G-st-111-p)
vw bus 1960 body 65 engine bucket
seats $325 call tom or tlm 372-1117
(G-4t- 111-p)
1969 CHEVY IMPALA CUSTOM
a/c, 2 door ht. extra clean, below
blue book, $2350 call 378-6709 after
spm. (G-3t-113-p)
YOGA
LESSONS
Instructor: Randy Camoon
fee: $8 Union Lounges
lessons will be offered on
Mondays from 7pm to 0 pm,
Tuesdays 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 move
comfortably in
Sponsored by tha J. Wayne Reitz
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1 an $ w. im $. v l/i
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AUTOS
64 Corvalr Monza, white, automatic
transmission radio heater, must sell.
$350 or best offer. Call 378-5212
after 5:30 or weekends. (G-3t-112-p)
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I Urges All Students Who Feel Qualified
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up in room 330, Reitz Union. j
Applications must be returned
prior to 5 p.m., April 23. Mail ;
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At they used to toy on tho Miclcoy Mouse Club, Tuesday it
CAN HAPPEN DAY!!
OLD FASHIONED WAYS... Starring W.c. Fields... Alto
DIFFERENT STROKES ...15 ALBUMS TO BE GIVEN AWAY.
LIVE MUSIC John Lippman and Russell Hammerstrom
warble contemporary tunes. (They might even sing.)
FASHION SHOW Student models, contemporary styles, ~
Fashions^ by
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AUTOS
for sale 67 firebird conv 400 blue
4speed hurst 4new poly tires run like
new call 378-5930 (night) ask' for
Carlos (G-3t-113-p)
1969 mgb excellent condition, low
mileage, fully synchro, wire wheels
radio, radials, tonneau, marriage
forces sale, call 373-1607 after 5:00
(G-st-113-p)
PERSONAL
The rainman gave me two cures, and
he said Jump right in. One was texas
medicine the other was Just railroad
gin, and like a fool I mixed them and
It strangled up my mind. Now people
just get uglier and I have no sense of
time, exe (J-lt-114-p)
Florida girls wake upl we know what
girls are, but where are the women?
frolics is near & the men are herel we
are up for it, are you? a stud
(J-3t-114-p)
Little Freddy If a picture Is worth a
thousand words, each word would
mean WE LOVE YOU. Six
months-wowle zowiel Happy
Anniversary, honey. Janet (PW)
(J-lt-114-p)
Congratulations! New Fraters of Tau
Kappa Epsilon. Love, The Little
Sister (J-lt-114-p)

Tuesday. April 13.1971. The Florida Alligator,

PERSONAL
Help! 1962 Corvalr stolen. White 4
door sedan, red seat cover, three
white walls, one black. License no.
16-D-7970. reward, call 373-3090.
(J-St-114-p)
Two things are better on a
WATERBED. One Is sleep. From
Innerspace Environment at
reasonable prices. call Elliott,
373-3144 (J-15t-105-p)
Co-Eds Facial Hair removed forever,
fast, low-cost gentle hair removal.
Edmund Dwyer.
Electrologist... 102 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Call 372-8039 for appointment.
(j-44t-54-p)
professional DRAFT COUNSELING
Medical-Legal-Psychologic open
weekends Tel: 891-3736 2135 Ixora
Road No. Miami, 33161 (j-46t-106-p)
Coed looking for female companions
to travel with this summer in europe.
leave from miami. call Bobbi
373-2287 (J-st-U3-p)
one canidate cares make student
government responsive elect larry
tropp senate arts and sciences Ind.
pd. pol. adv. (J-st-113-p)
Coed who got ride with guy In white
car from Norman to UC bank Tues.
noon, gotta see you, ipeet where car
was parked anyday 12:30
(J-3t-112-p)
LOST <& FOUND
*
Reward lost gold rim glasses sort of
round shape no case they fell out last
Thurs. April 1 on campus or
somewhere In town please call Ira at
392-3691 between 4pm and 12pm
(L-3t-112-p)
LOST: 14K gold diploma charm,
sentimental valuel If found, please
call Bernice: 373-4048 Reward
offered. (L-3t-113-p)
Found: ladles watch In vicinity of
med center. Identify & claim by
calling Barbara 392-3327 before 5:00
(L-3t-113-p)
SERV ICES
Alternators generators starters
electrical systems tested and repaired*
Auto-Electric Service, 1111 S. Main
378-7330. Now! BankAmerlcard adn
Master Charge. (m-tfcL
HORSES for any purpose. Horseback
riding, h.ay rides, western
parties-dance floor. Cowboy's Riding
Stables. S.E. 22nd Ave. and 15th
Street 'phone 3 7 2-9134
(M-lOt-103-p)
We're wired for sight at the smallest
eyeglass office in town. Drive your
pwn .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)
SCUBA CLASSES Begin Week of
April 27 YMCA certification. Fee
$35 Finish by end of quarter Call
YMCA Call 372-5621 (M-2t-113-p)
Save 25% or more on all auto parts.
Spark plugs 68 cents. Cash & Carry
Auto Parts, 1111 S. Main St.
378-7330. (M-113-tfc)
SCUBA CLASSES Begin Week of
April 27 YMCA certification. Free
Finish by end of quarter Call YMCA
Call 372-5621 (M-2t-113-p)
Former TEFL teacher will give
private tutoring In english. Will help
with conversation and testing. $3.50
per hour, call 372-5233. after 6
(M-3t-113-p)

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SERVICES
HORSES BOARDED finest care
spacious stalls lighted ring wooded
trails recretation activities for patrons
beautiful grounds 373-1059
(M-st-113-p)
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Filmmakor and Hi s Rims
Americana, Yellow Alley, Concerts JSSSSS
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!, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, April 13,1971

Notices for Page of Record must be
sent to Betty Coomes, 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.

FROM THE CHANCELLOR
State University System
Chancellor Robert B. Mautz has
issued the following statement
which appeared in the Board of
Regents "Memo" dated April 5:
The amount of money
appropriated to the universities
for the operation of the
instruction and research
function is determined by
formula. One of the basic
ingredients of the formula
consists of an estimate of the
number of FTE students who
will be enrolled in the
universities at various levels
during the year funded by the
appropriation. In 1969 the
legislature imposed a ceiling on
the rate of growth of graduate
students both at the beginning
and advanced graduate levels.
This limitation was construed by
me and the universities as a
funding rather than a numerical
limitation. The result was that
enrollment exceeded the number
of FTE students used as the
basis of arriving at needed
money. The limitation utilized
by the legislature was 50 per
cent of the rate of growth of the
upper division of the beginning
graduate level and 25 per cent of
the same rate at the advanced
graduate level.
The Governor's recommended
budget for 1970 adopted the
formula limitation used by the
legislature in 1969, and the
legislature funded the 1970
budget on the basis of the
computation which it initiated
in 1969. The Governor's
recommended budget for 1971
again continues the limitation,
and, in response to inquiry from
me, Secretary Ireland has
indicated that the limitation is
intended to be a numerical
rather than a budgetary of
funding device. Hearings before
legislative committees have
confirmed that the legislature
has a similar interpretation.
Both in appearances before
the Governor and the legislative
committees, I have attempted to
present reasons why this
limitation should not be applied
particularly at the beginning
graduate level. Those reasons
center about three factors. The
first of these factors is that
approximately 61 per cent of
the beginning graduate students

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are in the high demand areas of
education, law, and business
administration. The second
factor is the response by the
state to the need for education
of people who cannot afford to
terminate their employment or
move away from home. The
state's response is embodied in
the location of the newer
universities which are placed in
the large metropolitan areas. The
third set of factors hinges upon
the belief that an upper division
university is viable only if it is
able to offer master's degree
programs particularly in the high
demand, low cost areas such as
teacher education.
The imposition of a
numberical ceiling will not have
significant impact at the
advanced level. Last year, for
example, the number of FTE
advanced graudate students was
less than the limitation. Present
indications are that we will be
able to live comfortably with the
ceiling at the advanced graduate
level for some years. At the
beginning graduate level
however, enrollment this past
year exceeded by 607 FTE
students the number to be
allocated for the academic year
beginning in the fall of 1971.
Although I will continue to
present arguments to legislators
and government officials which
point to the reasons for
reconsideration of a numerical
ceiling at the beginning graduate
level, the above history,
particularly when considered in
the light of the fiscal restraints
of the state, points up the
likelihood of a continuation of a
ceiling on the rate of growth for
some time. The problem then
becomes one of allocating
students to various programs and
universities. Studies which will
lead to such allocations are
underway, and we will seek
maximum input from university
representatives in arriving at the
very difficult decisions such a
ceiling will render necessary.
This next year will be a
particularly difficult one because
of the fact that the number of
students now enrolled exceeds
the number which will be
permissible next year. No
students now enrolled will be
forced to discontinue their
studies. It is hoped that
graduation will enable admission

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of additional students. It would
be foolish to interrupt the
annual flow by having zero input
in one year. That input,
however, for the fall of 1971
must be substantially less than
the fall of 1970, and because of
this I will at a minimum seek to
obtain permission to phase into
the new rules with which we
must live.
SPEECH SCREENING TESTS
All teacher education majors,
regardless of college enrollment,
are required to satisfy the speech
screening requirement before
being admitted into the advance
professional sequence.
Students expecting
certification to teach English are
required to take speech 201;
they do not need the speech
screening test.
Appointments for the test are
available in Room 124, Norman
Hall.
COLLEGE CHANGE
DEADLINE APRIL 16
All students who plan to enter
the upper division, change upper
division colleges, or enter
post-baccalaureate or graduate
status for their next term of
attendance must submit
application to the Office of the
Registrar by Friday, April 16.
Applications are available at the
Information Counter at the
Registrar's Office. If a student is
unable to come by the office
during the hours of 8:30 to
11:30 a.m. and 1 to 4:30 p.m.,
applications are available in the
rack outside Room 35, Tigert
Hall.
Students who have indicated
on the last Student Information
Audit that they planned to
change college for their next
term of attendance have been
mailed college change
applications for their
convenience.
GRADUATE COUNCIL MEETS
APRIL 15
There will be a meeting of the
Graduate Council Thursday,
April 15 at 1:30 p.m. in Room
264, GSIS Building.

staff personnel
column

SALARY INCREASES
Q. Would you please explain the procedure used to compute an
employee's new salary when he/she is promoted to a higher
classification at the same time that he/she becomes eligible for a merit
raise based on his annual evaluation?
A. It is not possible to grant a merit increase and a promotional
increase at the same time. When an employee is promoted (moved to a
position in a higher classification than his present one and one that is
in a higher pay grade) he is eligible to receive a salary increase to the
minimum of the higher position or up to 10% above his present salary,
whichever is greater. His anniversary date changes to the date he is
promoted and he is eligible for his next merit increase one year from
that date.
To explain further, here are two examples of the effects of a
promotion with a salary increase.
If an employee's anniversary date is May 1, and he is promoted on
May 1, his anniversary date, of course, remains unchanged. However,
he cannot receive more than 10% at that same time so he would have
to forfeit his merit increase.
If an employee's anniversary date is May 1, and his status is the
same as it was at the time his performance was evaluated, he would be
eligible to receive his merit increase on that date as long as this
increase did not exceed the maximum for his salary range. Then on
June 1, or any month thereafter, he could be promoted and be eligible
for an increase up to 10% above his present salary or to the minimum
of the higher position whichever is greater. Future merit increase
consideration, remember, would be one year from the date promoted.
Os course, merit increases and promotional increases are
discretionary with the supervisor or department chairman. That is, an
employee must be raised to the higher minimum on promotion but if
10% above his present salary would be greeter, the exact amount up
to 10% is the supervisor's decision. This decision is based on
consideration of pay of other employees in the same department as
well as qualifications and past work performance of the employee
being promoted. Also, the amount of merit increase up to the
maximum allowed based on the employee's performance rating and
location in his salary range is the decision of the supervisor or
department chairman.
ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE
a How does the state define critical illness for the purpose of
administrative leave?
A. A maximum of three days administrative leave per year is allowed
for the purpose of caring for a member of the immediate family
should this member become critically ill. If the three days are not
used, they are not carried over to the next year.
The state defines critical illness as an illness in which medical
authority determines that death is imminent or recovery is uncertain.
To qualify for this leave, a doctor's statement verifying the nature of
the Hlness is required.

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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
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The
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Gators sneak by LSU trackmen

By MARTY PERLMUTTER
Executive Sports Editor
Assistant track coach Roy
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triangular meet victory by the
Gators last weekend.
The entire team gave us a
great job, Benson said Monday,

The Knicks came looking for a
slaughter.
It was the hunter who became
hunted, however, as the Bullets,
with a superb team effort, broke
the game open in the third
period and humiliated the
defending champion Knicks
114-88. The fourth game of the
series is scheduled for
Wednesday night in Baltimore.
Monroe and Jack Marin
sparked a string of 14 straight
points in the third quarter and it
was all over as Baltimore forged
ahead to a 26-point lead.
Monroe finished with 31 points
and Marin added 22.

Everyone came through in
great style.
It was a narrow 81-78 victory
over Louisiana State University
that wasnt decided until the last
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We had to place in the mile

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relay to prohibit a tie (Florida
led 78-73 going into the relay
which gives five points for first,
three for second and none for
third), Benson said. But the
worst we could have done was
tie for first.
But the Gators didnt fall as
the mile relay team did place,
allowing for UFs victory.
Harvard University had 21
points.
There were other crucial
points in the meet along with
the relay, Benson said. The
discus sweep was important in
the outcome of the meet,
something we werent counting
on. John Courtney captured
the event while Mike Larrison
and Jim Stitues rounded out the
sweep.
Usually, a team will give you
some let downs with some
surprises, Benson said. But
out there (the meet was in Baton
Rouge, La.), we didnt have any
let downs which helped
considerably.
Chuck Duff and Ron Purdum
finished 1-2 in the high jump,
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insurance over LSU.
* Other winners for the Gators
included Eanionn OKeeffe in
the mile, John Power in the 120
yard high hurdles, Grover
Howard in the long and triple
jumps, Jim Stites in the javelin,
Scott Hurley in the pole vault
and Jerry Fannin in the 440
intermediate hurdles.
We werent counting on any
hurdle points, Benson said.
Towers performance was the
most outstanding, though.
Before this meet, the
sophomore had never beaten a
14.8 in the 120 hurdles. But, he
came out and bettered that by .4
of a second and won, Benson
said.
TRACK BRIEFS Ron
Coleman, the Gators
dependable long jump and triple
jump man, will be back in
uniform this weekend after
spending two weeks on the
sidelines with grade
problems... A five-way meet
between Alabama, Auburn, Miss.
St., FSU and Florida will be the
next meet for the track
team ...

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> The Florid*, Alligator, Tuesday, April 13. 1971

Sigma Chi
1.
misses cut in
golf tourney
By BRITT CRITTENTON
Alligator Corrmpondent
Sigma Chi, despite a valiant
second round effort, failed to
make the cut in the Orange
League golf tournament and will
lose precious points to second
place Sigma Nu.
Mike Blocker and Jerry
Whittemore each hit below 40 as
the Sigs recorded 119, two
short.
The tournament leader, SAE,
currently in third place in the
league has, as of this time been
disqualified from the
tournament for using an
ineligible player. Kevin Davey
shot a 37 and Jay Shipherd hit a
39.
Sigma Nu improved on a 122
first day total with a 116. Kerry
Schwenke shot a 37 while Tom
Johnson tallied 39.
Tied for third place is SPE,
Delta Chi and ATO at 243. Steve
McGinnis led the Delta Chis with
a 38, while Chip Jackson
cranked up a 36 to follow his 37
first round total for ATO. Skip
Dalton also hit a 39 for ATO.
Phi Delt was next with a 244,
and Pi Kappa Alpha and Lambda
Chi Alpha tied with 2455.
TEP and AEPi got the
breathers by making the cut on
the strength of the SAE
forfeiture.
Sigma Nus boost from being
first in golf was cut short when
they were eliminated in the first
round of tennis.
The Nus were topped by SAE,
3-2. Meanwhile the Sigma Chis
topped the Lambda Chi Alphas
to strengthen their hold on first
place.
In other action, the TEPs
wallopped the Phi Delts and the
ATOs beat the Betas. Defending
champion Pikes topped the Phi
Taus while the SPEs edged the Pi
Kaps. AEPi defeated Pi Lam and
FIJI beat the Delta Chis.
In the Blue League, second
place Chi Phi and third place
Theta Chi both dropped their
quarterfinal tennis matches to
leave the door open for league
leading Delta Tau Delta to
increase its lead over the rest of
the lead. The Delts must now
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Competition key
to Terrys game

By LEE DEHMLOW
Alligator Sports Writer
In last weeks loss to Georgia
Tech, there was one standout for
the Gator squad.
Kenn Terry, making
something of a comeback in
Florida tennis, defeated Techs
John Callen. Just lucky, I
guess, Terry said when asked
about the victory.
How does it feel to be back
playing? It feels good, but I
never had any doubts about
playing again. IVe been playing
tennis all my life, so it was just
the natural thing to do, Terry
said.
Billed as an outstanding
freshman prospect in the tennis
brochure last year, Terry has
returned after being suspended
due to academic problems for a
quarter. His game suffered
during the layoff.
Competition is the whole
key in keeping your game in
shape, he said. But he added,
Pm playing better than I
expected to.
In his second match after
coming in to replace the
ineligible Rusty Addie, Terry
went 15-13 against his Georgia
Bulldog opponent in the second
set before rain forced them
inside. After changing to a
different surface on the indoor
courts, Kenn lost the match.
I think I could have beat him
if wed stayed outside. And I can
beat him when Georgia comes
here next week, he said.
Right now, Georgia is the
No. 1 team in the SEC in tennis,
and they have won something
like 35 or 36 straight matches.
That one, plus the FSU match
are the ones Im really looking
forward to, Terry said.

Gators upset Dolphins

By SIM SMITH
Alligator Sports Writer
It feels so good! was Doug
Corbetts first exclamation after
the freshman righthander lead
the Gators to a 6-2 victory over
the Jacksonville Dolphins
Monday. Corbett threw a seven
hitter to help Florida break a
four game losing streak and even
their record at 11-11.
The Big Green Machine, as the
Dolphins call themselves,

The Seminole rematch is the
last match of the year and the
Gators will be trying to avenge a
loss suffered earlier in the year
to FSU.
Weve lost a few we
shouldnt have, especially the
FSU match. Most players reach a
peak in their game at the end of
the year, so we should be on top
for that one as well as the
Southeastern Conference
Championships that follow it,
Terry said.
Os the SEC, Terry
commented, This weekend will
tell, because we will play LSU
and Tennessee for the first time
and then Georgia again on
Monday. Right now we have an
outside chance at the SEC title
and if we can get Addie back
(who must make up some
incompletes), then we stand a
real good chance.

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pitched their ace Steve Nichols,
8-0 on the year and the winning
pitcher in JlTs rout of FSU last
week.
The Dolphins staked Nichols
to a two run lead by cracking
back to bade doubles and a
single in the second.
Florida bounced back in the
bottom of the third inning.
Corbett walked and following a
sacrifice bunt, Bob Carpenter
ripped a triple over the
rightfielders head to score the
Gator hurler. Will Harman
walked and Tony Dobies singled
to score Carpenter and tie the
game, 2-2. John Sutton received
a base on balls to load the bags
for Ray Hull.
Coach Dave Fuller crossed
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Wednesday, Delta Gamma and Alpha Omicron Pi both had a hard
time with their opponents, winning by a single run. DG had to come
from behind in the final inning of the game to beat Tri-Delt, 12-11.
AOPi and Kappa Alpha Theta were tied going into the last inning
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Omega and Alpha Delta Pi chalking up decisive wins over Phi Mu and
Sigma Kappa, respectively. In both of these games it was the batting
power that made the difference in the final results. Henderson,
Bagley, and Vann all hit homers to help ADPi to its 13-7 win. In the
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will be open to any married women students or wives of students.
Their first sport will be bowling which will start Monday, April 26.
The deadline for signing up is Monday, April 19. A team shall consist
from three to five players. Teams may sign up by calling or coming by
the Intramurals Office any day from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

pitch, worked perfectly and
Harman scored. The throw to
first was too late to get Hull and
Dobies was safe as he ran all the
way in from second. The rally
ended at that point.
Carpenter opened the Florida
seventh with a single and
Harman was hit by a pitch. The
runrtfers moved up a base on a
ground out. Sutton then lofted a
long fly to score Carpenter.
Harman scored the final run of
the game when Rick
Scarborough doubled to left.
It was a real big ball game
for us, coach Fuller said. The
Gators needed the morale
booster as they meet Kentucky
in three games this weekend.
Florida travels to Winter Park
today where theyll face Rollins
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UPI Sports Writer
A change of scenery finally
seems to be bringing out the best
in Alan Foster.
Foster, billed for nearly five
years as the second coming of
Sandy Koufax, never quite made
it with the Los Angeles Dodgers,
compiling a 14-24 record in
three seasons.
The Dodgers peddled Foster
to Cleveland during the
off-season and Foster made his
American League debut a
memorable one Sunday,
allowing only three hits in his 8
1-3 innings and igniting a
five-run eighth inning rally that
carried the Indians to a 7-2
victory over the Boston Red
Sox.
With the score tied at 2-2 in
the eighth, Foster doubled off
Gary Peters and Larry Brown
was hit by a pitch. Vada Pinsons
single scored Foster with the
go-ahead run and Brown scored
on an infield out.
Walks to Ken Harrelson and
Ted Ford accounted for another
run, Eddie Leon singled in
another and rookie Gomer
Hodge doubled for the fifth run
of the inning.
The hit was the fourth in as
many major league at-bats for
Hodge and his fourth run batted
in.
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better than 1 had hoped he
would.
In other American League
action, Baltimore beat Detroit
9-3 after losing the doubleheader
opener 5-4, Washington nipped
New York after bowing 1-0 in
the first game, Milwaukee
blanked California 3-0, Kansas
City ripped Oakland 10-5 and
Minnesota shut out Chicago
6-0.
In the National League,
Atlanta downed Pittsburgh 3-1,
San Francisco beat St. Louis 7-2
losing the opener 4-2, New York
edged Cincinnati 1-0 in 11
innings, Houston whipped
Chicago 7-4, San Diego defeated
Los Angeles 9-7 and Philadelphia
trounced Montreal 11-4.

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ATLANTA (UPI) The
Atlanta Braves, winning four of
their first five games, are off to
the best start among National
League teams and much of the
credit goes to their pitching, the
thing that killed them a year
ago.
The return of relief ace Cecil
Upshaw has been the major
boost-the lanky young fireman,
who missed all of last season
when he nearly lost a finger on
his pitching hand in a freak
accident early in the campaign,
already has won two games and
saved another in three
appearances.
Ron Reed, is back as strong as
ever after missing the first part
of the 1970 season with an
injury, and Phil Niekro, a
23-game winner in 1969 but an
18-game loser last year, appears
rejuvenated.
Now, the name of Jim Nash
can be added. He proved that
Sunday when he went the
distance to beat the Pittsburgh
Pirates 3-1 and, to boot, singled
and scored the winning run on
Sonny Jacksons eighth-inning
triple.
Nash said lateir he was having
trouble getting his fast ball over,
but it worked to perfection
when he struck out pinch-hitters
Vic Davillio and Jose Pagan to
end the game. He threw two in a
row to get Pagan, a rarity
because he was relying most of
the way on his change-up. And,
along the way, using that
change-up, he twice sturck out
the dangerous Willie Stargell,
who had hammered Braves
pitching for four homers in two
games.
We had a game plan against
Stargell and we tried to stick by
it, he said. It came out pretty
good. We kept the ball down and
didnt give him anything to hit.
Nash closed strongly. When
you get that close, he said, it
seems to put a little juice in that
arm.
Making his first start of the
year Sunday, Nash said he is
working hard to take off some
poundage. He weighed 223
pounds before the Pirate game

some 29 pounds above last
years playing weight.
Bad eating habits
everything I'm not supposed to
eat put it there, he said. At
one time, during the off-season,
he was drinking 30 soft drinks a
day, he said. But now, Im
down to two or three.
it
Rookie Ralph Garr, the
Braves new leftfielder, is the
teams top hitter with a .400
batting average and he drove in
the insurance run Sunday with a
long sacrifice fly. The symbol of
the Braves new preoccupation
with speed, Garr said he's still
not satisfied with his hitting.
I've just got to adjust, he
said. Ive got to learn to hit 'em
better.
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switch this season from
shortstop to center field, said he
likes it out there better because
he can use his speed to a better
advantage. In playing the
position, 1 just watch Henry
Aaron in right and whatever he
does, I do.*
As for Upshaw, he was ready
Sunday, but not needed because
Nash got the job done. Sitting in
the clubhouse later, sipping a
beer, Upshaw allowed as how
everything was beautiful.
The finger feels fine it only
bothers me when the weathers
cold, he said. Man, its
unbelievable. I just cant believe
things are going so well.
Its too early to call the
Braves contenders. But it
appears the potential is there
this time.

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, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, April 13,1971

Black Hawk nightmare in dark past

By MARTIN LADER
UPI Sports Writer
If the Chicago Black Hawks
have a nagging doubt that all is
not right with their world
despite a convincing four-game
sweep of the Philadelphia Flyers,
they need only go back one year
to learn the reason behind their
nightmare.
Chicago wound up its
quarter-final Stanley Cup series
with minimum effort by winning
a weekend pair of games at
Philadelphia 3-2 and 6-2.
Now the Hawks have the
luxury of at least a weeks rest
while waiting for their semifinal
opponent to emerge from the
Toronto New York Series,
which was thrown into a 2-2
deadlock when the Rangers beat
the Maple leafs 4-2 Sunday
night.
Both other quarter-finals also
are tied at two games apiece.
Bobby Orr scored a hat trick as
the Boston Bruins shook off the
effects of a two-game losing
streak by beating the Montreal
Canadiens 5-2 and the Minnesota
North Stars snapped out of a
long scoreless (brought just in
time to nip the St. Louis Blues,
2-1.
The best-of-seven sets resume
tonight at Boston, New York
and St. Louis.
While the Black Hawks await
their next competition, they can
ponder the meaning of symbolic
similarity. Last year they also
swept their opening-round
opponent Detroit only to
be wiped out themselves in four
games by Boston in the
semifinals.
Tony Esposito was the
Chicago goalie in all four games
against Detroit and he allowed
exactly two goals to the wings in
each game. Esposito also played
in all four games against the
Flyers and their output against
him was the exact same two
goals in each game.
I dont think well have a
letdown this year, Chicago
Coach Billy Reay said in the
jubilation following the Flyer
Sweepe. I relish the layoff now.
We have three or four guys out
there playing and hurting and it
will do us some good.
Bobby Hull, who scored two
goals in each of the first three
victories, turned the heros role
in the finale over to Jim Pappin,
who came through with a hat
trick. Cliff Koroll scored two

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goals for Chicago and Pit Martin
had the other.
Philadelphia outshot the
Hawks 40-29 but Esposito was
beaten only twice, by Serge
Bernier and Simon Nolet.

Milwaukee Bucks victory
is long overdueCostello

MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI)
Larry Costello issued a warning
to Los Angeles Sunday following
the Milwaukee Bucks 91-73 win
over the Lakers.
Were going out there ready
to explode, Costello said.
Were way overdue and I can
feel it coming.
Costello was talking about the
shoddy offensive performance
by his Bucks, a performance
which was good enough to win,
but still way below the Bucks
standards.
Milwaukee shot 48 per cent
from the floor, and file only
reason they won was because the
Lakers could only hit on 33 per
cent of their shots.
The 73 points run up by the
Lakers tied the record for the
fewest points scored against the
Buries in their history, and
Costello credited that to a
defense by Milwaukee he called
superb.
Our defense won the game
for us, he said. The guys were
really hustling, forcing them the
Lakers to take bad shots. We
were superb.
Lakers Coach Joe Mullaney
sort of agreed with Costello. I
dont know if they were that
tough defensively, Mullaney
said, but our problem was
hitting the open man. We had a

Hull refused to place any
special significance on his
outstanding series, saying,
Some guys keep records.
Maybe they can tell me how
good I played before. We held

problem executing against that
type defense.
The defense both coaches
were talking about was a
ferocious trap defense that saw
Milwaukee players continuously
double-teaming the man with
the ball.
Admittedly Milwaukees task
was made easier by the troubled
health status of the Lakers. Jerry
West and Elgin Baylor were on
the bench as expected, but just
before the game the Lakers
received another blow.
Keith Erickson, who has
provided some firepower for the
Lakers* offense, came down with
a bad case of stomach cramps
and didnt even dress for the
contest.
The defense the Buries
employed held Gail Goodrich to
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the Flyers to two goals a game
and thats way below our
average.
Montreal, thirsting for a huge
upset over the Bruins, ran away
with the East Division Title in
the National Hockey league,
jumped off to 1-0 lead in the
opening minutes of play of
Frank Mahovlichs fourth goal of
the series.
But Orr tied the score with his
first goal of the evening midway
through the second session,
followed with what proved to be
the winner after 37 seconds of
the final period and completed
his hat trick by hitting an open
net with only three seconds to
play.

just 10 points for the whole
game. Goodrich averaged 30.1 in
the first round playoffs against
Chicago, but he has averaged
only 13 against Milwaukee in the
two Lakers losses in the finals of
thd* Western Conference
Championship.

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