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Vol. 63, No. 127

Supports Intent of requests*
University Senate nods
to some BSU requests

By CARLOS J. LICEA
Alligator Staff Writer
The U n iversity Senate
Thursday afternoon approved
the report of an ad hoc
committee to support strongly
the intent of the Black Student
Unions request.
Dr. John F. Baxter, chairman of
the ad hoc committee on the
BSU requests, said his
committee supported the idea of
an increase in the proportion of
black students, faculty and staff.
The proposal, however, comes
in the wake of continued
withdrawals. As of 5 p.m.
Thursday, 121 blacks were listed
as withdrawn by the office of
the registrar.
We believe that to recruit in
order to achieve racial balance is
an important goal, but not if it is
done at the expense of the
individual students welfare,
Baxter said.
We believe the university
should continue to admit
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President Nixon said Thursday
he hopes and expects to visit
Communist China sometime.
But he declared speculation
about American support for
admission of the Peking regime
to the united Nations was
'premature.
Nixon said he would continue
the policy of improving relations
with Mainland China, a policy
spurred by the recent visit of an
American table tennis team to
the mainland.
He said he would announce
within a few weeks a list of
items that the United States

University of Florida, Gainesville

additional students whose
preparation is below that usually
recognized for admission where
there is other evidence of a
reasonable chance of success.
To this end the Critical
Freshman Year Program should
be continued and expanded,
he added.
In the proposal Baxter
presented to the Senate, he also
specified that to let black
students know of opportunities
offered at UF will require the
development of materials and
the support of personnel to
inform black students of
learning opportunities available
on this campus and of our
interest in them.
The Baxter proposal asks that
the recruitment of black
students not only be limited to
high school students, but also to
those coming our of junior
colleges.
The committee also agreed
with an earlier BSU request that
black administrators be brought
in and placed in the offices of
academic affairs, student affairs,
and the personnel division.
We would strongly
encourage department chairmen,
deans, directors and supervisors
to work with these
administrators to strengthen
recruitment of black faculty,
students and staff, the proposal
said.
Even though the committee
backed the intent of the BSU
proposals, it did not agree with
the creation of a different
department or office for
minority affairs to be headed by
a vice president.
* The report of the committee
praised the work of Roy

would be willing to trade with
China.
What we have done is broken
the ice, Nixon said. Now what
we have to do is test the water
to see how deep it is.
Nixon said it was a long term
goal of his administration to
improve relations with the
Peking regime. But he said some
speculation that has occurred
since the visit of the U.S. table
tennis team lias not been
useful.
Appearing before reporters
for the second time in two
weeks, the President, in a
formal, televised news

Friday, April 30, 1971

Mitchell, present director for
disadvantaged students, for the
insight he brought to our
deliberations.
The committee also
sidestepped the issue of a black
student quota, one of the
original demands, but recognized
the need for a black cultural
center.

Over 200 students and mothers
arrested in front of HEW building

By RON SACHS
Alligrtor Staff Writer
WASHINGTON, D.C. More
than three busloads of students
from across the country and
mothers in the National Welfare
Rights Organization (NWRO)
were arrested by Washington
D.C. police in front of the
Health, Education & Welfare
(HEW) Building late Thursday.
Police charged the group with
parading without a permit
after plans were announced to
march to the White House to
express grievances. Alligator
Managing Editor Ken McKinnon
and Alligator photographer Tom
Kennedy were among those
arrested.
Kennedy and McKinnon are
part of a three-man news team
covering the demonstrations for
The Alligator. Late Thursday
night the possibility of having

conference from the White
House, emphasized that a North
Vietnamese promise to release
American prisoners would not
be enough to permit a total
withdrawal of U.S. forces from
Vietnam.
He said he needs not just a
promise but a commitment
from Hanoi to release the
POWs.
A North Vietnamese promise

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Groups of UF students are leaving again this weekend for the
second week of antiwar activities in Washington. An Alligator
photographer caught the back of one girl who is either preparing to
leave or just supporting power to the people".

them released on the basis of
mistaken arrest looked good.
People began to gather at the
HEW building at 2 p.m.
Thursday to meet with
representatives of the
department to express dismay
and outrage at President Nixons
welfare bill pending before
Congress.
Apparently police were
expecting the crowd to get out
of hand as a solid wall of
plywood was hammered into the
ground floor of the HEW
building late Wednesday night.
The wall separated the NWRO
people from the elevators which
lead to the offices of HEW
officials.
The welfare system in this
country is a wall against the
people but well be
goddamned if this wall is going
to keep us from talking to these
people, said Mrs. Jeanette

to discuss the release of U.S.
prisoners in exchange for the
withdrawal of American forces
means nothing, Nixon said.
We need action on their part
and a commitment, he said.
He said total withdrawal
would have to be delayed until
that commitment is granted. He
recalled that President Lyndon
(See Nixon page 2)

Washington, a high ranking
member of the NWRO.
Throughout the afternoon the
crowd became more impatient as
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!,THe Florida Alligator, Friday, Aprit 30,*1971

Page 2

Nixon links withdrawal to POWs

B. Johnson had agreed to end
the bombing on what he took
was a genuine promise by the
Communists to enter into
serious negotiations a promise
he said they did not keep.
In his first public reaction to
the anti-war protesters staging
three weeks of demonstrations
in the capital, President Nixon
said he sympathized with their
desire to end the conflict.
But he defended his policy of
gradual withdrawal as one which
would insure peace for them and
their children. To do otherwise,
he said, would create a
dangerous situation in the
Pacific and increase the danger
of war in the future.
He said his policies were
aimed at achieving not just
peace in their time. I want not
just peace for us but peace for
Folk mass
rescheduled
The Folk Mass which was
originally scheduled for Sunday
will be held on June 6 at noon.
The mass will be on the Plaza of
the Americas.

Blacks explain withdrawal
at Vets for Peace rally

UF is not conducive to
mental health, growth and
well-being, said UF
Coordinator for Disadvantaged
Students Roy Mitchell speaking
before a crowd of about 150 at
Thursdays Veterans for Peace
sponsored rally at the Plaza of
the Americas.
Mitchell was joined by several
black students who have
withdrawn in explaining why
they are leaving UF.
Mitchell said his training as a
guidance counselor dictates
that I be an agent for social
change and present alternatives
to students.
He said he would consider
asking the 270 black students he
recruited for the summer and
fall quarters to look for

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our children and peace for their
children.
Although he acknowledged
the war protesters judge him
harshly now, the President said
that it would be more important
how they judged him in the
future.
On Vietnam, Nixon appealed
again for an exchange of war
prisoners with Hanoi and said
the United States would
Arrests...
black policemen held a line of
defense in front of the wall.
Josiah Williams, a
representative of the Southern
Christian Leadership Conference
called the wall a total insult to
all Americans.
A 3:45 p.m. deadline was set
% r titfy>e o pl e for HEW officials
the wall and let the people in. At
3:40 p.m. the black policemen
left the lobby and the wall and
10 minutes later when no word
had come the group
methodically began to pick apart
what they called a wall of
oppression.
Once this wall was finally
down people in the crowd
grabbed pieces of metal, strips of
wood or large planks in

alternative institutions other
than UF.
Stan Simmons and Joe
McCloud, black students who
have withdrawn said the small
turnout for the rally was proof
that white students really dont
care about the blacks, despite
Alligator editorials asking them
to stay and work with the
whites.
Mildred Smith, wife of former
SG Secretary of Minority Affairs
Kip Smith, said she was sad
about leaving many friends, but,
I could not live with myself for
attending an institution where
the president is a racist.
Vets for Peace President asked
all persons who knew of
housing, jobs, and money for
the blacks to contact Dennis
Pease.

repatriate 540 sick and wounded
North Vietnamese prisoners
unconditionally.
But he said the U.S. peace
proposals remained unchanged
and the United States would
under no circumstances
withdraw from Vietnam until
American prisoners are released.
The President said U.S. peace
negotiators at Paris kept prisoner
release a top priority and the
preparation for a spontaneous
march to the White House for
the purpose of putting the wall
back where it came from.
It was then that the police
moved in en masse surrounding
the crowd on all sides. Anyone
inside the fence of law
enforcement officials would be
arrested in the next hour. No
incidents of violence marked
either the demonstration in the
building or outside*
A sum of SSO collateral per
person was levied to the more
than 200 arrested.
As thousands of students
from virtually every state and
every campus poured into the
city, Saturday's May Day
demonstration promises to be
one of the most adamant to
date.
A demonstration scheduled
for today at the Justice
Department has been preceded
by extensive training sessions
given to the students regarding
nonviolence, passiveness and the
right way to get arrested.
Antiwar movement has
camped its spring offensive in
Washingtons West Potomac Park
calling it Insurrection City.
Hundreds of tents and campfires
make the cold weather a little
easier to bear for the antiwar
coalition, which claims to have
support from all segments of the
American populace.
We mean business this
time.. .and we aint leaving until
somebody listens and listens
good, said a thirty year old
woman, Gail Marler, mother of
three.
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United States was ready to
settle a prisoner exchange deal
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But he added: Under no
circumstances will our prisoners
be abandoned in a withdrawal.
Nixon emphasized anew that
American troops will remain in
Vietnam no matter how long it
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met all U.S. prisoners are
released and the South
Vietnamese are capable of
defending themselves.
But if the North Vietnamese
are so barbaric as to continue
holding American prisoners,
then we are going to keep a
residual force no matter how
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Mitchell reviews
recent events

By MARIAN JEDRUSIAK
Alligator Assignments Editor
We didnt ask the president
(UF President Stephen C.
OConnell) to perform a
miracle, Roy Mitchell, present
UF coordinator for
disadvantaged students said
Thursday, but to commit
himself to argue before the
Board of Regents for the
creation of a UF vice presidency
for minority affairs.
Mitchell discussed several of
the underlying circumstances
which led to his resignation
Tuesday.
A proposed vice presidential
for minority affairs position,
would embrace veterans, women
and other minority groups
including blacks Mitchell said.
He emphatically denied that
his resignation was presented in
the hopes that OConnell would
resign as was reported in
Wednesdays Alligator. I have
never, at any time said anything
to that effect, Mitchell said.
In response to a statement by
OConnell Wednesday, which
said Mitchell precipitated and
forced the mass black
withdrawal. Mitchell said he
resigned in support of the Black
Student Union (BSU) ultimatum
issued April 21 over WUFT-TV.
Appearing on the same
broadcast as BSU leaders,
Mitchell announced that he,
along with the entire black
portion of the faculty would
resign along with BSU members
unless amnesty would be granted
to all students involved in the
April IS disturbances and an
acceptable commitment to
resolve the BSU proposals.
Thus far one black faculty
member has resigned along with
121 black students and seven
white students who support the
BSU demands.
What I said was in support of
what the BSU members decided
to do, Mitchell said. 1 am a
counsellor by profession. I
cannot make up the minds of
the students.
The 30 year old graduate of
Edward Waters College
expressed concern over the fate
of eight white students arrested
in the April 15 afternoon
disturbances. Emphasizing his
belief in nonviolence he
nevertheless said, it should be
emphatically stated that it is the
concensus of a large number of
people that it was the police and
not the students who provoked
the confrontation.
Mitchell pointed out alleged
inequity in the punishment for

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UF fraternity men who had
destroyed a bulldozer-type
vehicle and received a verbal
reprimand and damages while
students who had sat in at the
presidents office face felony
charges for trespassing. Mitchell
maintains that OConnell should
drop charges.
He said the apparent
solidarity between blacks and
whites displayed on April 15
caused him to believe we are
closer now to accepting the
notion of the American dream
than any other generation ever.
But he maintains that
conditions are such that blacks
can no longer remain on campus.
Initially optimistic about the
late February approval by the
Minority Affairs Council of an
administrative organizational
chart including a minority affairs
vice presidency, Mitchell became
skeptical when he learned that
the UF president had not seen
the chart until eight days ago.
1 was elated to note that we
were finally beginning to
practice the democratic
process, noting that this was
the first time since the Councils
November 1970 inception that a
vote had been taken.
Mitchells resignation is
effective as of June 15 but Vice
President for Student Affairs
Lester Hale has requested that
he clear out his office. Mitchell
says he will remain until he
finishes up his professional
business.
I dont know, was his reply
as to his immediate plans. He is
currently helping students who
have withdrawn to find other
institutions and is writing to
minority students accepted for
next year to reconsider their
choice of the UF until the racial
climate improves.
He said he would like to work
toward his doctoral degree in
counselling but thats in the
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>, The Florida Alligator, Friday, April 30,1971

UF to get CLEO summer program

By CHRISTY TILSON
Alligator Staff Writer
The UF campus has been
selected as the site of the 1971
Council on Lggal Education
Opportunity (CLEO) summer
institute. Helping to sponsor the
institute are FSU and UM.'
Tentative dates for the
institution are June 10 through
July 30. The institute student
body will be comprised of 30-32
disadvantaged students mainly
blacks and American Indians.
Senator enjoys
night in dorm
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) If
Florida State University asks for
funds to air-condition Landis
Dormitory, Sen. Beth Johnson is
apt to vote yes.
The comely widow and only
woman senator spent the night
in the dorm Tuesday and reports
it was great. No air
conditioning. You get your
make-up half on, and it runs off.
Mrs. Johnson, a Cocoa Beach
housewife and mother of three,
was one of two legislators who
stayed overnight at FSU, focal
point of much criticism from
legislators because of radical
campus speakers.
Mrs. Johnson said die didnt
see any.
They are a good bunch, she
said in an interview.

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potential law school success and
to enable the attending students
to focus on deficiencies in their
preparation for legal education,
said Michael L. Bryant of the UF
College of Law. Bryant will be a
member of the institute faculty.
The curriculum will include
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courses, a sophisticated writing
program and a seminar on
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situations.
The program is in response to
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College of Law. The faculty will
be assisted by four teaching
assistants from UF and FSU.
Upperclassmen from UF
working in the program are
Benny Harris, Marvin Chavis and
Aaron Green.
The $57,000 budget for the
program is being provided in
part by a grant from CLEO and
in part by contributions of
services and funds from the
three sponsoring law schools.
Student expenses are paid out
of the CLEO budget. CLEO will
also make a grant of

approximately SI,OOO for each
year of law school to the
students successfully completing
the summer program.
The sponsoring law schools
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9th.
The movies will top off an
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e COLLEGE WRAP-UP ft
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eligible to take courses in Free University this spring.
According to an article in the Daily News, the student publication
of Ball State, the courses in Free University lend themselves to
learning outside and in very informal atmospheres. According to
Vince Taylor, Free University coordinator, Teople dont want to be
cooped up during nice weather. That is why, he continued, such
courses as canoeing and mud* are open at this time.
Taylor is hoping for an allotment of money from Ball States
student association so things like a community book exchange,
weekend films and a free library could be established.
According to Mrs. Glenda P. Lentz, assistant director of the USF
Co-op Services, the Cooperative Education Program at USF is the
largest one in the United States, out of more than 150 colleges and
universities with similar programs.
The Co-op program provides training employment for students in
the colleges of Basic Studies, Liberal Arts, Business, Education anc
Engineering.
Included in the program is a student advisory council to provide
feedback from the students concerning their jobs and the
program in general, said Mrs. Lentz.
Associated Student Enterprises, a project of the Student
Government (SG) of the University of South Florida (USF), is a
non-profit organization which will allow students to buy furniture and
appliances at wholesale prices, according to an article in the Oralce,
USFs student publication.
Negotiations are presently underway with several major
Wholesalers, according to SG Executive Administrator Richard Bush.
However, no action is expected to be taken before the middle of this
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move the last day for dropping classes from the third week of the
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My Lai officer found innocent

FT. MCPHERSON, Ga. (UPI) Capt. Eugene M.
Kotouc, a former intelligence officer, was found innocent
Thursday of maiming a Viet Cont suspect near My Lai,
but his attorney said this still left the mystery of why
Kotouc was ever tried.
I dont like mysteries, and on a completely personal
basis, I intend to continue to unravel this mystery for
myself, said Robert Crosby, former Nebraska governor
and Kotoucs civilian defense counsel.

I. " -Carol Brady

Bahai the way: The teaching of
the prophet BahaLPLlah will be
discussed tonight at 7 in room
118, Reitz Union. Special
emphasis will be given to racial
unity.
Broward Bop: There will be
a dance at Broward featuring
Mudcrutch, tonight from
9-12. Everyone is invited,
admission is free.
Fearless Leaders: Campus
Crusade for Christ will hold its
Leadership Training Class
tonight at 7 on the third floor of
the Union.
Godhead is Light: Krishna
House invites all members of the
university community to attend
its love feasts daily, 7 a.m.,
noon, 7 p.m., at 216 SW 2nd
Street.
Copycats: Alpha Phi Gamma,
the national honorary for
student publications, is having a
membership drive this week.
Students with a 2.0 average who
have held positions on any UF
publications are eligible to
apply. Forms are available in the
student publication suite in the
Union until 4 p.m. today.
Blade Lecture: The Inter-Varsity
Christian Fellowship will feature
a taped lecture by Cad Ellis, a
Black evangelist, Saturday at 10
a.m. in room 364 Union. The
topic is Redeemed Blackness.
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North Terrace of the Union for
all UF people. Come by and
swap for goodies, its part of the
Union Birthday Celebration!
Cinderellas: The annual military
ball, sponsored by Scabbard and
Blade, will be held
Saturday night in the Union
Ballroom from 9-1 a.m. Tickets
are $5 per couple and may be
purchased at the ROTC building,
Union box office, or from any
Scabbard and Blade member. No
glass slippers but lots of combat
boots!
Roc Out: Tickets for the
Gainesville Music Festival are
available at Roc Records.
Admission is $2.50 for the two
day fest, May 22-23. All
proceeds go to the Rose
Community Center and the Levy
County United Fund. Advance
sale only!
Artisans and Facts: The students
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A seven-officer court-martial panel deliberated just 65
minutes before clearing the 37-year-old Kotouc on the
maiming charge, which could have resulted in a seven-year
prison sentence.
I couldnt be happier, Kotouc, of Humboldt, Neb.,
beamed after hearing the verdict. Im pleased to be living
in a country where we have a system of justice as we have
in this country.
By contrast to the five-month-long trial of Lt. William

featured. Come and browse
around the outdoor arts and
crafts sale!
Naughty-gloves: (Think about it
for awhile.) UF Badminton Club
meets Saturday
at 10 a.m. in the Florida gym.
All equipment is provided free
of charge. Call 373-2573 for
more information.
Lest we forget: Student
Mobilization Committee to End
War will meet Sunday at 7 p.m.
in room 346 Union to discuss
plans for a Kent State Memorial
on May 5.
Here's a gem: Alpha Lambda
Delta wishes to remind anyone
who purchased ALD jewelry
before March 1971 and
has not yet received it, to call
392-1261 before May 7, thats
the FINAL deadline, girls.
College Life: College Life
will be held Sunday night at
9:13 p.m in the Murphree Area
Commons. Everyone is invited.
Skipper Check: Gator Sail Club
is checking all skippers Saturday
and Sunday. All new
and old skippers must be
checked. For further
information contact Craig
Yandow, 373-3694.

L. Calley, Jr., who was convicted of mass murder at My
Lai, Kotoucs court-martial lasted just four days. The
highlight of the trial came Wednesday when Kotouc took
the stand and admitted cutting off part of a mans little
finger during an interrogation session following an
American infantry sweep through My Lai on March 16,
1968.
Kotouc said he was trying to learn from the man the
location of enemy mines and booby traps so American
soldiers would not be killed or maimed by them.

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Alligator Copy Ecfitor
Tonight and Saturday night at
8:15, audiences in the University
Auditorium will reach the
heights of Mt. Everest and
explore Dark Africa and the
barren moon. They will also visit
Swamy University, a typical
American university, and meet
its students.
The occasion is a
Beistle-Graeffe extravaganza,
Code Name Phoenix. This is
the annual production of
humanities professors Didier
Graeffe, who wrote text and
music, and Michael Beistle, who
directs.
Admission is free.

Games new album
driving, harmonious
By HENRY PRETTYMAN
Alligator Entertainment Writer
Game, formerly the Procter Amusement Company, have just
released their first album, simply titled GAME.
Their sound is genuinely appealing in places, with a tendency
toward hard, driving rock and roll, notably in Fat Mama. Their
vocals are tightly interwoven with high harmonies reminiscent of
Chicago.
The most notable cuts on the album are Make Some Music and
Stop, Look & Listen. Make Some Music is simple, but strong and
enjoyable instrumentally. Scott Kirkpatrick on drums is impressive in
this cut. The musical transition in the song is done very well, from a
ballad-like beginning, the group goes into arrangements reminding one
of Santana.
Stop, Look & Listen is the flip side of Fat Mama on Games
concurrent single release. The lyrics arent particularly expressive, but
the vocal arrangements and harmonies help carry them through. The
song is strongly suggestive of Chicago, especially Eddie Keating on
lead vocals.
Other songs worth listening to are Fat Mama, if one likes straight
rock and roll, and Discovering You. They have the best lyrics on
the album.
Overall, the album comes off as a slightly commercial product, but
it definitely has possibilities. In many places on the album, the group
goes from style to style without seeming to master any of them
completely. This may improve as they mature.
Game will perform live at the Rathskeller Friday and Saturday
nights at 9 and 11.

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to a background of avant-garde
lighting and props.
Graeffe said one of his hardest
jobs was relieving students of
their inhibitions. Singing to
them was like pulling teeth; he
said.
Stars include Maggie Beistle,
wife of the professor, as
Esmeralda. Voice majors, Sally
Kline (soprano) and Carol
Spearman (alto), warble away.
Cast also includes Bikini Girl
(Mary Taylor), the Guru of Mt.
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Abominable Snowman (Brace

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(Irene Thompson) and a singing
chorus.
the show is allegorical and
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played by director Beistle,
appears, and references to the
black student crisis have been
added.
Another star is UFs new
Moog synthesizer playing
Graeffes compositions, which
he programmed into the
machine in one day. It usually
takes four weeks, he said.
Students built props and did
construction work. Only in late
rehearsals did Graeffe learn that
his theories like that of a giant
polyethyline balloon inflated on
stage worked in practice.
Students sewed the balloon
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Editorial
Candid camera
not a joke
WUFT, the university sponsored TV station, erred this
past week. They allowed University Police Department
(UPD) officers to view unpublished film of student
demonstrators.
We believe WUFT violated the standards of journalism
ethics, and in so doing may have set student-press relations
on a dangerous and mistrustful path.
No one was sent to the gallows as a result of the police
viewing. Neither, we hope, were any students identified or
prosecuted. But the reasons behind the decision that placed
Channel 5 unpublished film in the temporary lap of the
police department deserve examination.
The decision, we' are told, came after four days of
soul-searching by WUFT News Producer Don Grooms. It
was based on three points.
Grooms, an assistant professor in the College of
Journalism, was certain the film could not, and would not,
be used for identification or prosecution of student
demonstrators.
The unpublished film was indistinguishable and of
poor quality.
Grooms believed that, because the university
technically owned the cameras, film and station itself, the
university could, if it desired, demand and receive the film
anyway.
We find all three reasons irrelevant at best an act of poor
judgment.
First of all, although the film was owned by the
university, it was never demanded. It was just a request,
UPD Chief Audie Shuler said. If the film had been critical,
we would have attempted to get a court subpoena. Just
because WUFT is university owned, we would not treat it
any differently.
Secondly, we wonder what would have been the police
reaction if a student had been identified from the published
or unpublished film. As one news editor stated, The police
said it was not for identification or prosecution purposes,
but of course, by then, they had already seen the film.
Grooms said he believed the decision was in the
universitys best interest. We find this a poor excuse for a
voluntary decision whose outcome and effect may place all
student journalists in the category of friendly police
assistants. The primary purpose of joumalsim, on and of£_
the university campus, is to present the truth, unfettered by
allegiances to any particular institution.
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Gimme dat
I support cops and blacks

By RICHARD KATZ
Ive been doing some thinking
during the last week concerning
the confrontation at Tigert Hall,
April 15. A lot of people will
agree that President OConnell
mishandled the situation by
calling in the cops. However,
what disturbs me is the irrationa
attitude the students took
towards these cops. They were
automatically labeled as being
against the students.
Now, I can understand
supporting the students inside
Tigert by letting air out of the
bus tires and blocking the buses,
but jumping up and down on
top of police cars was uncalled
for. To those five or six students
who destroyed the University
Police Department (UPD) car by
pouring sand down the gas tank,
tearing off the blue lights, taking
off the siren, etc;
congratulations! Do you realize
what you accomplished? The
state will access the damage and
buy UPD a nice new police car
with my money and YOURS.
And Im sure that destroying
this car didnt help the blacks
with their cause either.
You might ask why these
nice cops rip kids off police
cars. Well, look at the situation
realistically. If a cop came up to
one of those guys jumping up
and down on his police car and
requested nicely, Hey, how
bout jumping down from the
car? you could be sure that this

Phyllis Gallub
Editor-In-Chief

Gary Grunder
News Editor

guy would probably stay there
shouting a few four-lettered
choice words and maybe even
shoot him a bird. Pull him down
and this guy automatically starts
resisting. (I would too, but then
again you wouldnt find me
jumping up and down on a cop
car.) With this resistance, violent
confrontation is imminent.
Funny thing, nobody tried to
damage either of the phone
trucks there, just the cop cars.
1 guess by now you expect me
to say the police were just doing
their job. Well, thats right! 1
talked to some of the sheriffs
deputies and each of them told
me that they would rather be
somewhere else. Some of them
were off duty and called in from
home (and these guys dont get
overtime). Every job has its good
points and its bad points, and I
guess thai for most of these
guys, campus confrontations are
bad points. These guys arent
cops so that they can beat
students being a policeman is
probably personally rewarding
to them in other ways. Os course
there are going to be some
exceptions, some hard-core cops,
just as there are some hard-core
students who would bum down
Tigert Hall without any second

Ken McKinnon
Managing Editor

thoughts. Just as there are going
to be some idiotic students (like
the ones who damaged the UPD
car), theres bound to be an
idiotic cop, like the one who
threw the tear gas. (But Im sure
he caught hell for that, probably
most of it from his fellow
officers who got gassed
themselves.)
But think of it this way:
These guys are doing their jobs.
And if they dont like this part
of their job they could refuse to
show up to any confrontation or
leave when they got there and
get fired or suspended. Os course
when these cops dont show up,
theyll be replaced. Who do you
thinks going to replace them in
the police lines? The hard-core
cop who would love to beat on,
those damn radical kids! Os
course to those few hard-core
students who like a good fight
and are just hoping for a
revolution, this would be great.
But to the rest of us, I dont
think so.
The confrontation was with
President OConnell and the UF
administration. It shouldnt have
been with the cops. Os course,
probably the best answer to the
student-police confrontation is
not to request the police in the
first place. Things would have
been a lot better without them.
And for those readers who are
now trying to label me, I dont
belong to any political group at
all, and I do support the black
students and their cause.



Blacks
Editor:
As a Gainesville resident and
as an employe of the UF, I
would like to comment on the
student disturbance of April 15.
I feel that the black students
were wrong in demanding to see
President OConnell instead of
making an appointment and
further by refusing his proposal
to meet with them later in the
day.
However, I feel that President
OConnell has made several
assumptions and dichotomous
statements. I quote from the
Gainesville Sun of April 16,
1971:
OConnell said that he had
two alternatives when the blacks
who filled his office refused to
leave. One was to allow them to
occupy the office and prevent its
operation. The other was to
charge the blacks with
trespassing and call the law.
Some will argue there was a
third alternative, that is to
negotiate the demands of the
students,* he said. The answer is
simple. I should not and will not
negotiate demands with any
individual or group.
Obviously this is an
oversimplification. Many
alternatives were open. Firstly,
the discipline could have been
handled entirely by the campus
police. Is this not their function?
If there is not a sufficient
number to deal with 72
students, more should be hired.
Secondly, OConnell could have
met with them at that time for a
discussion of his viewpoint and
have made it expressly clear that
negotiating was not to be a goal.
At this time, he could have made
it clear through the presence of a
media representative that there
would be no meetings IN THE
FUTURE without a specified
appointment.
Secondly, I find it unworthy
of a university president to
assume that a black
administrator .. .should have
known about the
demonstrations but gave no
advance notice of what was
about to happen! This is an
unsubstantiated inference. Even
had Mr. Roy Mitchell known of
the students coming to

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OConnells office, he could not
have predicted the course of
subsequent events.
Lastly, it should be noted that
if these black students are
indicted, they will lose student
aid as is prescribed by a new
legislative ruling; most are on
student aid. An indictment is
tantamount to ending their
higher education.
These actions cited above do
not seem to be the most
efficient methods of bringing
equal educational opportunities
to Florida residents.
Name withheld
Senators
Editor:
Let me make a few comments
on the article appearing in
Tuesdays Alligator on 3
Student Senators lobby for U.S.
pull-out.
First, Rep. Claude Pepper said
he was opposed to the war and
strongly favored setting a date
for getting out.
Second, although Sen.
Lawton Chiles seems to be
interested in ending the war, I
was disappointed when his aid
told us he probably would not
vote for setting a date for total
withdrawal. In a previous letter
printed in The Alligator, I
advocated writing to Chiles to
influence him to vote to cut off
funds. Again, please write to him
- his mind can be changed by
your letters.
Lastly, let me say this about
Sen. Ed Gumey and our
conversation with him: (1) we
were dressed in coats and ties,
(2) we were invited into his
office, (3) we were at all times
courteous and I addressed
Gumey only by senator or
sir, (4) he launched the
personal attack against me and
when he started cursing, I
quietly left the room saying
only, Good-bye senator. I feel
that my actions were strictly on
the up and up and that Gumey is
to blame for losing his cool.
Dont bother to write him.
Thank you.
William E. Whitley
Student Senator

Must be Earth Week the FBI is back
Oppressors are elsewhere

By Tim Condon
i
On reading F.R. Replogles
letter in the Alligator Wednesday
attacking YAF, I was surprised
that he so much as granted that
there was oppression anywhere
in the world besides the United
States.
So many loaded allegations
were made, I guess well have to
tick them off one by oner
Concerning the migrant
workers, doesnt it seem
significant that they have a right
to organize and strike without
state coercion? You know,
Replogle, you dont have a right
to strike in Cuba or Russia. And
keep in mind that all strikes are
not necessarily justified and all
farm owners are not
automatically in the wrong just
because theyre farm owners.
You say Nixon isnt ending
the Indochina war: then why
have the troop levels decreased
steadily since hes been in
office? Nixon promised hed end
the war when he was elected;
this he has been doing. A
bug-out so that the South
Vietnamese can get slaughtered
by the North Vietnamese Army
in their country? No. But a
phased withdrawal and gradual
strengthening of the South
Vietnamese so they can protect
their country from the invading
communists, yes.
As far as traveling in the
United States, sure, there are

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Q
some ignorant and intolerant
individuals from both sides of
the politico-social spectrum no
matter where you go. What do
you suggest we do if someone
doesnt care for the way we
dress or look, Replogle? Get the
state to legislate the way they
think? Inequitable situations and
attitudes can and are being
changed within our society.
Concerning President Stephen
C. OConnell and the BSU, you
seem to think there is only one
side. I might remind you that
besides YAF, the UPAO (an
association of UF professors),
the agriculture faculty, a number
of law students (read about the
recent law school petition
submitted by Joe Webhy), and
many individual UF students
supported OConnell. You said
he wouldn't negotiate. Hes been
to numerous meetings and
negotiations in the last week
(read the Alligator). You said he

Stave Strang
Wire Editor

Frictay, April 30,1971, Th Florida Alligator,

had People busted for trying to
petition the administration:
thats BJS. People were busted
for coming to his office 60
strong and refusing to leave
(doesnt that smack just a teeny
bit of intimidation, Replogle?)
In the last few weeks YAF has
been trying to bring out both
sides. Mike Can was on TV with
six supporters of the strike and
demands. Charlie Black was on
the radio with two supporters of
the BSU Sam Taylor and Steve
Uhlfelder. Last Saturday night
Carr and Fred Vollrath were to
discuss the racial problem on TV
with Don Middlebrooks and
Taylor. The student body
president and vice president
didn't make it.
I would suggest, Replogle,
that before you to be so critidal
of a free and open society where
we can and are working out our
myriad problems, you talk to a
member of the Cuban Student
Federation or a Jew on campus
and see how they feel about
toleration of foreign repression
in addition to domestic
inequities.
How about joining YAF in
showing some concern for all the
oppressed people of the world in
addition to the ones who need
help in our own country. If
more dont start showing such
concern, it won't be long before
were the only society which is
allowed to solve its own
problems.

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I, The Florida Alligator, Friday, April 30, 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.

MIDTERM EXAMS
All students enrolled in the
classes below are expected to
take these tests and each must
bring a No. 2 lead pencil and will
be required to use his Social
Security Number.
CBS MIDTERM
The CBS 261 midterm
examination will be given
Tuesday, May 4, at 7 p.m.
Students whose last names begin
with: A-0 report to Carleton
(Walker) Auditorium; P-Z report
to Little 101 or 109.
CBS 263 MIDTERM
The CBS midterm examination
will be given Tuesday, May 4, at
7 p.m. Students whose last
names begin with:A-E report to
Bryan 120; F-l to Little 113,
121 or 125; J-M to Little 201,
203, 205, 215, 217 or 219; N-U
to Little 221, 223, 225, 235,
237 or 239; V-Z to Little 207,
213, 227 or 233.
CMS 171 MIDTERM
The CMS 171 midterm
examination will be given
Thursday, May 6, at 7 p.m. All
students report to Little 101,
109,121 or 125.
CMS 17X
The CMS 17X (6th period
lecture section) midterm
examination will be given
Thursday, May 6, at 7 p.m. All
students report to Carleton
(Walker) Auditorium.

MS 102 MIDTERM
The MS 102 midterm
examination will be given
Thursday, May 6, at 7 p.m.
Students whose last names begin
with: A-J report to Little 207,
213, 227 or 233; K-Q to Little
201, 203, 205, 215,217 or 219;
R-Z to Little 221, 223, 225,
235,237 or 239.

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MS 201 MIDTERM
The MS 201 midterm
examination will be given
Thursday, May 6, at Tp.m. All
students report to Carleton
(Walker) Auditorium.
ROTC DEPOSIT REFUND
Students presently in the ROTC
program, or formerly in the
program, who have not received
the refund of their uniform
deposit should contact the
ROTCSupply personnel.
SENIOR FULLBRIGHT-HAYS
AWARDS
Applications for Senior
Fulbright-Hays awards for
university lecturing and
advanced research during
1972-73 in over 75 countries are
available from the Committee on
International Exchange of
Persons, 2101 Constitution Ave.,
Washington, D.C. 20418.
Faculty members may write for
information booklets. Deadline
for applying: July 1, 1971.
Restricted to U.S. citizens.
PUBLIC FUNCTIONS POLICY
& LECTURES
The Public Functions Policy and
Lectures Committee will have a
meeting on Friday, April 30 at 2
p.m. in Room 355 of the Reitz
Union.
PRESIDENTIAL, SENATE
COMMITTEES NOMINEES
Members of the faculty
interested in serving on
University committees or in
recommending others for
vacancies are urged to send their
recommendations in writing to
Dr. James L. Wattenbarger at
Norman Hall. The Senate
Nominating Committee consists
of three presidential appointees:
Dr. Buford D. Thompson,
professor, I FAS vegetable crops,
and Dr. Wattenbarger: and four
members of the steering
committee, Dr. Billy G.

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Dunavant, professor and director
of nuclear sciences; Dr. Ray
Fahien, professor of chemical
engineering; Dr. Thomas A.
Scott, professor of physics, and
Dr. John D. Butterworth,
professor and chairman of
marketing.
The nominating committee
wishes to consider
recommendations from the
faculty prior to making its
report President O'Connell has
asked the committee to forward
to him two nominations for each
vacancy on committees for

Friday, April 30
Union Movie: "Good bye
Columbus, Union Aud.
Broward Hall Dance, 9 p.m.
Baseball: U of F vs. Tennessee
(2), Home
Dept, of Humanities & JWRU:
"Code Name Phoenix,"
Mixed Media, Univ. Aud.,
8:15 p.m.
SGP: "Game at the Rathskeller
4
%
Saturday, May 1
Intervarsity Christian
Fellowship: Carl Lewis, Black
Evangelist (taped lecture).
Union 364,10a.m.
Reitz Union "Birthday
Happening," All over Union
All day & Night
Baseball: U of F vs. Tennessee,
Home
Scabbard & Blade Military Ball,
Union Ballroom, 9 p.m.
Graham & Hume Areas Concert:
"Boots," Graham Pool Area,
9 p.m.
Graham Area Council Mayday
Celebration, Pond Area,
Noon
Union Movie: "Good bye
Columbus," Union Aud.
Dept. Humanities & JWRU:
"Code Name Phoenix,"
Mixed Media, Aud., 8:15
p.m.

which the members are elected
by the senate.
It is President O'ConneH's
desire to appoint as many
faculty as possible to
presidential committees. In
general, nominations should be
for persons not now serving on
committees. The nominating
committee in its recommenda recommendav
v recommendav tions will not only consider the
interests and qualifications of
prospective members, but also
rank and college distribution and
special requirements as to
expertise.

university calendar

Sunday, May 2
SMC meeting. Union 346,7 p.m.
Union Movie: Last Year at
Marienbad," Union Aud.
Monday, May 3
Union Movie: "The Joke,"
Union Aud.
Le Cercle Francais: Play reading,
ASB Aud. 1038, 8:30 p.m.
Tennis: U of F vs. Fla. State,
Home
Cicerones meeting, Union
Lounges, 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, May 4
UF Duplicate Bridge Club,
Union 150, 7:30 p.m.
Union Movie: 'The Joke,"
Union Aud.
Accent 71: Rod Serling,
Graham Pond Area, 8 p.m.
Gator Symphonic Band
Contemporary Concert,
Ballroom, 8:15 p.m.
Dialogue: Open Phone Forum,
850 on dial, WRUF, 11:00
p.m.
Wednesday, May
The Faculty Lecture: Or. Wayne
H. Chen, Union Aud., 8 p.m.
Circle K Meeting, Union 361,
7:30 p.m.

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

A list of committees, with
persons currently serving on
them, is available in the office of
each dean and department
chairman. Each faculty member
now serving on a presidential or
senate committee also had a
copy of this list.
Letters forwarding
nominations should reach Dr.
Wattenbarger prior to May 1. A
brief statement of the interests
and qualifications of faculty
members, especially those with
recent appointments that you
recommend, will be appreciated.

UF Badminton Club, Norman
Gym, 8 p.m.
Reitx Union Twilight Band
Concert, No. Terrace, 6:45
p.m.
Baseball U of F vs. So. Fla.,
Home
Thursday, May 6
Religion in Life Series: Abraham
Heschel, Univ. Aud., 8 p.m.
Union Movie: 'They Shoot
Horses Don't They?" Univ.
Aud.
Zero Population Growth
meeting, Union 356, 7:30
p.m.
SGP: Jerry Jeff Walker at the
Rathskeller
Dialogue: Open Phone Forum,
850 on dial, WRUF, 11:00
p.m.
Friday, May 7
Union Movie 'They Shoot
Horses Don't They?" Union
Aud.
SGP: "Dion" at the Rathskeller
v o-
REITZ UNION BOX OFFICE
SALES
Fla. Player: "Dark of the Moon"
-GP $1.50, Stud SI.OO, I.D.
$.75
Scabbard & Blade Military Ball:
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DADE CYCLE SHOP, 3423 MAIN
HIGHWAY, COCONUT GROVE,
FLORIDA 33133 (305) 443-6075.
(A-st-127-p)
Spalding golf clubs with new bag plus
2 dozen new balls only $45 call Tom
at 373-1492 anytime must sell need
cash bad. (A-3t-127-p)
Full-sized double bed (new mattress)
asking SSO. green flower print sofa
(makes into 48" bed) and matching
arm chair, asking $75. 373-3182.
(A-st-127-p)
King Size WATERBEDS are only
$29.95 at the Eternal Exchange. 804
W. Unlv. Ave. (A-lt-127-p)
Diamond engagement ring and
wedding band set. Also set of golf
clubs. Call 372-5023 after 6 P.M.
(A-2t-127-p)
AIR CONDITIONER, 5000 BTU
used 1 mo. Carrier with 4 year
warranty $75 Call 372-4181
(A-3t-127-p)
1970 mobile home, 2 bedrms,
carpets, furnished, oil heat, 8 mos.
old, in park, 12 x 52, cypress model,
brand new condition, $35.00
373-1484 (A-3t-125-p)
38 by 74 mattress, box springs &
frame S4O or will trade for shorter
bed Call 378-2809 anytime
(A-lt-125-p)
Decca Stereo System ideal for dorm
or small apartment includes AM-FM
100.00-also Allied turntable-make
offer Call 378-4127 (A-st-126-p)
Waterbeds kingsize 20ml 5 year
warantee only S4O call Sharon
372-0881 after 9pm (A-st-123-p)
COMPARE BEFORE YOU BUY All
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)
Refrigerator 39.95 and up. Brooks
Used Appliance 2315 s.e. Hawthorne
Rd. Phone 378-8935 or 372-7426
open on Sunday (A-10t-122-p)

TWO GREAT BANDS IN DANCE
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Friday. April 30. 1971. The Florida Alligator.

FOR SA LE
STEREO 8-track TAPES 90 cents
(cost per album) when you convert
your player into a recorder and
Record Your Own, get professional
quality from any source, 1 yr
a l r nty instal easily yourself, only
$19.95. SAVE 30% on RECORDING
TAPE, world's highest quality, BASF
(reel, 8-tr, cassette). New stereo
equipment 25% Off. 378-5916 night
(A-st-126-p)
STAINED GLASS, help the cause of
higher ed. tiffany styled stained glass
and lead lamps do-it-yourself or
ready to hang. 376-2195
(A-st-126-p)
Leslie Cabinet model 31W S2OO Call
Vance 392-7135 after SPM
(A-2t-126-p)
Decca stereo DPI 12 with speakers
Raleigh 5-speed Will sell or trade
both 378-5551 Brian (A-st-126-p)
Best looking Honda 160 scrambler in
town. Runs great! S3OO. Womans 3
speed English racer w/basket S2O
Phone 378-4413 (A-3t-126-p)
Going Abroad must find home for
loving, well-trained Golden Retriever
Call 378-4127 for all details including
AKC pedigree (A-st-126-p)
Stereo concord hes3s am-fm-cassette
rec+playback, w. spkrs. $l5O. also
12-string guitar beautiful 2mo old
orig. box S6O. Ron 378-9333
(A-3t-125-p)
for sale scuba diving tank and
aqua-master regulator, both in good
condition, asking sllO for the
combination, call dave 392-8915
(A-3t-125-p)
Convert your CARTRIDGE
PLAYER to a RECORDER,
professional quality Stereo reco.v.ng
from any source, install yours> .f or
installation is available, 1 yr.
warranty, only $19.95. 378-5916
nights (A-st-123-p)
Panasonic 7070, AM, fm&fm stereo,
8 track, speakers and turn table, for
S2OO, for more information call after
6 p.m. 376-8878 (A-st-123-p)
Need transportation and fun! 1970
honda C 1125-2 helmets less than 3000
miles $350 or best offer call
376-1377 -after-noon (A-st-123-p)
For Sale 10 SPEED BIKE good
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CARPETS a fright? Make them a
beautiful sight with Blue Lustre.
Rent electric shampooer sl. Electric
upholstery shampoos also available.
Lowry Furniture Co. (A-ts-c)
Gerts a gay girl ready for a whirl
after cleaning carpets with Blue
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Electric upholstei, shampeors also
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8 tr stereo tapes. Any 2 albums on 1
tape. Professional* equip used all for
only $3.50 why pay more? Call
373-3611 Jonathan or leave message.
(A-st-124-p)
FOR RENT
Room for rent 1 or 2 persons
S6B/mo. Fredrick Garden apt 20
1130 SW 16th Ave. a/c pool.
(B-3t-127-p)
LANDMARK phase 11 3 female
roommates to sublet summer quarter
$95 each + utilities no parking
problems apt 128 372-0929
(B-3t-127-p)
1 female roomate wanted to sublet
Williamsburg townhouse apt. sllO +
utilities for summer qtr. near
med-center, call Renee 373-2503
(B-st-127-p)
Sublet one bedroom apt. pool air
must let by May 19 one block from
campus 120.00 a month for a quiet
place to live. call 376-9765.
(B-3t-126-p)
Summer Special large 2 bdrm. apt.
$320 for whole summer qtr. air, close
to campus swimming pool call
376-2317 411 N.W. 15 St.
(B-st-126-p)
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1016V2 SW 4 Ave 378-5551 discuss
terms (B-st-126-p)
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summer qtr. central air & pool Mt
Vernon Apts June already paid
378-0795 (B-st-126-p)
Eff-type apt. with bedroom, a/c
summer quarter 2 blocks from
campus 1829 NW 2nd Ave. Apt. 4
(B-4t-124-p)
Sublet 4 bdrm. apt. for summer The
Place pool, sauna, a/c, dishwa her,
etc. $67.50/mo. includes utilities
(good deal!) Call 378-8284
(B-st-123-p)
sublet NW sec. apt now-concrete
bldg., ac, all electric, walk to campus,
quiet, call Pat after 5:30, 376-8059
or days on campus, 2-1671.
(B-3t-125-p)
2 Female roommates for summer
quarter 2 bedrooms a/c lots of room
over Rebel Discount 37.50 mo.
utilities. 376-0612 after 5 pm
(B-3t-125-p)
SINGLES: Swing Into summer In a
luxurious A/C poolside apt. Private
bedroom. Walk to campus. S7O,
Including utilities, and free color TV.
378-7224 La Mancha Apts.
(B-15t-116-p)
Need to sublet Immediately one
bedroom air conditioned apt
Carpeted free water A block from
Tiger SIOO monthly Call 378-8855
(B-4t-125-p)
sublet landmark poolside, air cond.,
new shag carpet, pay only July and
August 47.50 per month plus utilities
call 378-6752 (B-4t-124-p)
male grad student wanted to share 1
br apt for summer. 2 blocks to
campus a/c. sllO for entire summer
+ >/ 2 util, call 378-5184 (B-3t-125-p)
1 bd apt to sublet 130 mo renewable
lease, stove and ref furn. 1824 nw 3
pi apt 3 3 blocks fr campus call
372- (B-st-125-p)
Married couple or serious grad to
sublease lbdr apt-no child or pets,
pool-lnquire Coy Thomas 1406-32
sw lOter or call Alvarez 372-8468
(B-12t-116-p)
for rent 1 bdrm furn apt sub-lease
thru Aug 135 p/mo univ gdns call
378-6768 (B-st-124-p)
sublet bottom floor of house over
summer completely furnished 2
bedrooms 2 baths screened porch too
SBO per month call 376-9848
(B-st-123-p)
WANTED
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Female roommate for Williamsburg
apt No. 11 immediately or for May.
call 373-4067 or 372-3505. rent is
$52.50 + V utilities (C-4t-127-p)
Two female roommates, large
4-bedroom house, for summer or
next year, nice residential area, NE
section, call 378-7203 after spm
(C-4t-127-p)
Female roomate needed immediately,
own room, $65, 373-1992
(C-3t-127-p)
BUYING-1 want your old rare or
unusual COINS. Collections wanted,
call for appraisals and offers, also sell.
TOM 392-7316 (C-10t-127-p)
Female roommate wanted for
summer to .hare 1 bdrm apt a/c pool
laundry Butler Gardens $62 mo call
373- or 373-3664 (C-st-127-p)
2 need ride to Cal. Leisurely trip,
flexible share expenses. Iv. after May
9 Call Jay 372-7904 (C-st-124-p)
One or two female roommates
needed for Gatortown Apt. 224.
move in imme. call 372-6790 or go
by apt. (C-3t-126-p)
Roommate wanted to move in this
month Village Park. apt. 58 ph
378-3367 (C-3t-126-p)
1 or 2 roommates wanted-summer
qtr occupy mid-June, frederick
gardens a/c pool $42.50 + 1/3 util,
call Bob 378-4730 after 6 p.m. must
rent (C-st-123-p)
One mala roommate wanted to share
Tangle wood apt. SSO a month + v.
utl call 378-9636 ask for Gary.
(C-3M2S-P)
I* Jerry Jeff IS I
I Mr. Bo Janglos I

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a
WANTED
1 would like to rent a 2 or 3 bedroom
house or part of a house for Sept, or
fall quarter. It must be near campus
and furnished. 392-6076 (C-3t-127-p)
Coed to share luxurious air
conditioned poolside apt. Private
bedroom. Walk to campus. S7O
including utilities and free color TV.
378-7224 (C-15t-l 16-p)
Male roommate to share luxurious
a/c poolside apt. Private bedroom.
Walk to campus. S7O including
utilities + free color tv. 378-7224
(C-15t-116-p)
2 roommates wanted large 4
bedroom house near mall cable tv
private or semi-private bedroom S4O
per month utilities incl. 378-6810
(C-st-125-p)
Female roommate for Williamsburg
apt No.ll immediately or for May.
-Call 373-4067 or 372-3505 x 245.
-rent is $52.50 + /* utilities.
(C-4t-127-p)
HELP WANTED
v.-.-.v.-.-.v.v.v.*
Cocktail waitress wanted: full or part
time, no experience necessary. Will
train. Must be 21. Call after 5,
376-9175, ask for Mr. Thomas. Dubs
Steer Room, 4560 NW 13th St.
(E-20t-4-p)
ATTENTION: Communications,
Journalism and Business Graduates!
WGVL needs aggressive,
hard-working people, to sell radio
advertising. Some appreciation of
Country music would be helpful. Call
Irv Uram for appt. at 378-3806
(E-st-126-p)
Part time secretary-typist. Must have
good typing skills and spelling ability.
$2.00. Call 378-2823 (E-2t-126-p)
Part or full time: Door-to-door
salesmen needed. Can earn $2-5 hr on
commission basis. Need car and
phone. Call Mr. Smith at 378-0121
between 7-9 pm (E-7t-123-p)
SIOO.OO weekly possible addressing
mail for firms Full and part time at
home Send stamped self-addressed
envelope to Blaber Co. Box 12459 El
Paso, Texas 79912 (E-st-125-p)

ROCK COMES TC) THE RAT
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TOURNAMENTS!!^^//
HIM F e m a R k e t P. t !!*
C 25 hours of nothing but ||39l*eee # Jru Y

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!, The Florida Alligator, Friday, April 30, 1971

LAST YEAR AT MARIENBAD
directed by Alain Resnais
Without a doubt, LAST YEAR AT MARIENBAD
is the most demanding film in many years. Resnais
has broken with all former tradition of cinema
chronology in telling his story: the events, as they
are portrayed, are not only shown as they
happened, but, also as the characters would have
liked them to happen. The past is fused with the
present and the future, and real scenes with those
imaginary ones in the minds of the characters.
plus Flash Gordon NO. 7
Sunday, May 2
Union Auditorium
5:30, 8:00, 10:30 50 i
sponsored by the
J. Wayne Reitz Union Classic Film Committee
GAMES...GAMES...6AMES FOR ALL AGES!
GAMES ROOM & OUTDOORS
BILLIARDS utfS* TRICYCLE RACE
BOWLING PITCH-N PUTT
CHECKERS C* fu G OF WAR
FOOSBALL C MAY-DAY POLE
HEARTS tA FRISBEE CONTEST S
POCKET BILLIARDS CARNIVAL TYPE BOOTHS
AT THE REITZ UNION BIRTHDAY PARTY
8:00AM. MAY 1 TO 9:OOAM. MAY 2.1971
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1966 Tempest, V-8, Air. Fine shape
Must sell. SBSO or offer. May take
cheap import trade. 372-1039. Also
dune-buggy and VW parts, cheap.
(G-6t- 127-p)
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excellent condition, must be seen to
be appreciated contact Dan or Pat,
458 Murphree C 392-7305
(G-5t- 127-p)
66 Dodge Monaco 1-owner, 62,000
miles. Power-Air, New Raidal Tires.
S9OO. Call 392-8580 (G-3t- 127-p)

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AUTOS
The army got me. must sacrifice fiat
124 coupe, *69, 5-speed trans. am-fm
radio,, stereo, 41,000. just had engine
overhauled. $1799 or best offer
378-6376 (G-3t-125-p)
Pretty 69 fiat 850 spider sports car in
excellent condition, new tires, one
owner only $435 and assume
payments of $59 Chris 378-3733
(G-st-127-p)
1969 Mustang V 8 Automatic Radio
& heater blue Excellent cond*t
372-7009 (G-st-124-p)

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AUTOS
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1968 MGB Perfect Condition 30,000
Miles BRG, AM-FM Prof Moving,
Selling 2nd Car. $1575 Call 392-0106
or 378-0343 after 6 pm (G-st-124-p)
1963 Ford econollne van 1962 Ford
Econoline van 1952 Ford Walk in van
call 376-5341 Monday through
Friday 8 to 5 (G-st-124-p)
S3OO 1964 mercury, radio, heater,
very clean, dependable transportation
must sell quickly call Bob 376*0892
or see at 1112 NW 3rd Ave
(G-4t-126-p)
1967 english ford (anglia), 18,000
miles, radio, ww, tutone paint, one
owner, SSOO. call 392-1474 days, or
373-1310 after six (G-3t-126-p)
68 4d cortina 1600 GT. S7OO will
trade for big bike. Carter 372-0747
376-9450 after 4pm 378-1621
(G-5M26-P)
66 VW Clean, dependable. Many new
parts. Must sell soon. Call 376-3295
after five (G-st-125-p)
61 Anglia. 5 excellent tires, r & h,
good brakes, just rebuilt engine but
broke rod; insides unmarred. $95 or
best offer. Call Ray at 378-0105
(G-3t-125-p)
THINKING OF BUYING A NEW
VW BUS? buy mine for SISOO and
assume payments 372-7571
(G-3t-125-p)
68 Flat 850 Coupe, orange, low
mileage, perfect finish, excellent
engine, interior, and tires. $llOO. (I
want a VW bus). 378-1219
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Stevens, sunsets, and you forever! All
my love Hon. (J-2t-127-p)
Friendly part bird dog female needs
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take with dont want to take her to
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and mailing your own catalogs; for
catalogs and complete instructions
send $3.00 to: gift catalogs-6006 N.
Mesa, Rm. 607, El Paso, Texas 79912
(J-3t-125-p)
Feel lonely and in nSed of help you
are not getting from your fellow
man? Try Jesus Christ at one of his
churches. If you dont have one,
Highlands Presbyterian welcomes
you. 1001 N.E. 16th Avenue
(J-st-126-p)
Auction Sat. May 1, 7:30 pm
Antiques, new, used, + misc. items.
Col. Wylie Cobb auctioneer Cobb's
Auction House 41 South Archer, Fla.
(J-2t-l 26-p)
Please help me find homes for six
adorable kittens, 6 weeks old. call
376-4768 Thanks (J-3t-126-p)
Good home wanted for two furry
young GUINEAPIGS. Cage and food
included. $5.00. Call 376-3758
anytime (J-st-126-p)
Photography-portraits, advertising,
passports, custom processing, good
prices, open l-spm Photoworkshop,
Eternal Exchange 804 w. Univ.
372- (J-st-126-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)
volunteers wanted for construction
and security work at the Gainesville
Music Festival. call 373-3842
(J-st-125-p)
GOING TUBING Large Truck Tubes
For Rent $2.00 Per day Call
378-5931 or 372-1446 For
Arrangements (J-6t-116-p)
Try us in May for a week or weekend
at 60% our seasonal rate. Sal-Lu
Cottages, 5441 Gulf of Mexico Drive,
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813-383-2133 Private beach
(J-10t-l 25-p)
Volunteers wanted to set up craft
workshop and organic kitchen at the
Gainesville Music Festival. call
373- (J-st-125-p)
WANTED! Single males. We have ah
types of UF coeds eager to meet you.
Details, write: Box 77346, Atlanta
30309. (J-20t-120-p)
Im looking for someone to travel in
europe over the summer. Please call
Margaret 376-9848 as soon as
possible (J-st-123-p)
Flea Market- May 1 at the Union,
from 9 am to 1 pm. Save it and sell
it, someone else may want it or swap
for it.! UF people only (J-st-123-p)

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THE JOKE
directed by Jaromil Jires
The last I heard, Jaromil Jires is
Czechoslovakia. I thought
of him there on a cold morning
this winter as I came to a subway
in midtown New York after
seeing his film, The Joke. Slashed
into a poster outside the entrance
was the proclamation: WEVE
GOT ALL POLICE ON THE
RUN! WE SEE THEM BURN IN
HI LL-I IRE.
But who will burn in hell-fire in
Czechoslovakia? In America? The
force of The Jokewhich will not
get out of my head these weeks
after-is that it confronts this
Liuestion and, by doing so, makes
itself a mirror for viewers in many
other places besides
Czechoslovakia. . Nat Hentoff
THE JOKE.. .Monday, and
Tuesday at the Union

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PERSONAL
For the ultimate get
a quality bed from Innerspace
environments. call 373-3144.
(J-st-126-p)
professional DRAFT COUNSELIN
Med ical-Legal-Psychologic open
weekends Tel: 891-3736 2135 Ixora
Road No. Miami, 33161 (j-46t-106-p)
HAVING. TROUBLE
UNDERSTANDING MATH? let me
explain it to you in language yo u can
understand. $4.00 hr. 378-4066.
(J-3t-125-p)
GOING TO EUROPE? We Have
Charter Flights At Peoples Prices.
Call 372-6846 (J-st-117-p)
LOST St TOO NO
found: pair of MENS GLASSES in
Ist floor mens room, NASA
Building. call 392-2007.
(L-3t-126-nc)
Found: VW car key in parking lot
across from the JM school, call
372-6633 (L-3t-l 25-nc)
found: female german shepherd black
w/light brown legs. 9-12 mo. old flea
collar, call 392-7537 (L-3t-125-nc)
LOST: pair of glasses, April 19 near
engineering complex; if found call
378-9613 after spm (L-3t-125-p)

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LOST 8t FOUND
FOUND: Lady's watch at bus stop
near Floyd Hall. Contact Bob Elser at
392-0556. (L-3t-126-nc)
gold rimmed eyeglasses FOUND at
rock quarry west of Gainesville call
Laird at 372-5254 after spm for
return (L-3t-125-p)
lost-green fuzzy blanket with print
boarder in front of tigert Wednesday
please return-it's my securitv trio
392-8555 STEVE C RESIGN
(L-st-126-p)
Veterns! financial, academic & other
problems, the office of Veterns
Affairs was set up to help you! rm
325 tigert (M-10t-123-p)
A iternators generators starters
electrical systems tested and repaired.
Auto-Electric Service, 1111 S. Main
3 78-7330. Now! Bank Americard and
Master Charge, (m-tfc)
1 2 weekold gray a black fluff puppy
answers to buttercup lost last Thur at
plaza reward call 376-3311
(L-2t-127-p)
FOUND TAPE RECORDER call
Gayle 392-8650 (L-3t-127-nc)
GOLD WOMANS WATCH found
Wed. Identify and pick up at union
lost and found, rm. 130, Reitz Union
(L-3t-127-nc)
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SEHV ICES
Full or part time drafting performed.
Your table or my table. 378-2042
(M-st-126-p)

SERVICES
electronics technician, tv-hifi-stereos
repaired evenings free estimates work
guaranteed, dan numan 285-16 corry
vill 372-7395 (M-st-123-p)
Save 25% or nrio-e on all auto parts.
Spark plugs 68 cents. Cash & Carry
Auto Parts, 1111 S. Main St.
378-7330. (M-113-tfc)
Typing done, guaranteed accuracy &
neatness. Electric typewriter will do
term papers, theses, etc. phone
378-7493. $.50 per page. Good
REFS. (M-st-124-p)
We're wired for sight at the smallest
eyeglass office in town. Drive your
own waiting room to UNIVERSITY
OPTICIANS at 519 SW 4th Ave.,
across from Greyhound Bus Station,
378-4480. (m-tfc)
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i, The Florid* Alligator, Friday, April 30,1971

Salvador> Honduras renew clashes

By REG CROWDER
Alligator St|ff Writer
Fighting reportedly broke out
between and El
Salvador according to a
Honduran communique
Wednesday.
The fighting along the border
of the two Central American
nations ended a period of
relative calm between the
republics who fought a five-day
war in 1969.
The government in
Tegucigalpa, Honduras, charged
Salvadorean forces attacked
three Honduran border towns
and fired a mortar barrage at the
town of La Virtud.
The information office of the
presidency in El Salvador
countered that Honduras sent
troops into Salvadorean territory
over the weekend and fired on
the border village of Las Tablas.
The office said that Salvadorean
troops repelled the attack,
killing a Honduran soldier.
The border clashes came only
days after El Salvador and
Honduras agreed with an
Organization of American States
(OAS) General Assembly
meeting in Costa Rica to take
steps to restore diplomatic
relations. The fighting threatens
to destroy the possibility of
peaceful relations between the
two countries.
Officials said that El Salvador
has complained to the OAS.

Language project starts at UF

By REG CROWDER
Alligator Staff Writer
Lucy Briggs, a graduate student, explained last
week how the techniques used in an obscure Latin
American linguistics project may help the United
States understand our own problems.
She and three others, Nora England, Juana
Vasquez and Juan de Dios Yapita spoke about the
Aymara Language Materials Project at a Latin
American Colloquium sponsored by the Center for
Latin American studies.
Aymara is a language spoken by about one
million people in Peru and Bolivia.
Miss Briggs said the methods used in learning to
communicate with those who speak Aymaran are
applicable elsewhere.
The blocks to understanding in Latin America
parallel our relation to blacks in America, she said.
Miss Briggs recounted one example given at a
meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology in
Miami recently. A North Carolina anthropologist
used techniques she learned instructing culturally
mixed classes in Mexico to help the progress of
integration in her home state.

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Americalj
OAS observers, who were
assigned to peace-keeping roles
in both countries after the 1969
war are investigating.
ARGENTINA
Former leader Juan D. Peron
apparently isnt welcome in
Argentina. He is currently in
exile in Spain but there has been
talk of his return to Argentina.
Interior Minister Arturo Mor
Roig said this week that the
opportunity is not yet at hand
for the return of Peron.
Mor Roig said he was
expressing a personal opinion.
We cannot conceal that there
are those who wish for the
return of Peron and others who
do not wish it, he said. We
must first create in Argentina
the conditions and the climate
so that any Argentine who
returns to the country will not

The Aymara Language Materials project has been
in operation at UF for almost two years. By the
time it comes to an end it will have cost $62,000.
The project is funded by the U.S. Office of
Education and was conceived and directed by Dr.
Har dman-de-Bautista.
Project workers found very little material
available on Aymara.
the few grammars that we found were
inaccurate and misleading, she said. They were
developed by missionaries intent mainly on
translating the Bible and although some of them had
linguistics training, in fact quite a bit, they made
mistakes.
They had no native speakers working in their
projects and were unable to avoid some of the traps
one can fall into.
The UF project avoided such pitfalls by using
Yapita and Miss Vasquez, both native speakers of
Aymara, recruited from a remote village in Bolivia.
Mrs. England explained some of the construction
of the Aymara language. Miss Vasquez conducted a
sample class in- the language. Copies of a paper on
Aymara by Yapita which \yas presented at the
annual meeting of the Society for Applied
Anthropology in Miami April 16 was distributed.

provoke a clash, but will
contribute to the pacification of
things.
Speculation on the return of
Peron had seemed encouraged
by the administration of
President Alejandro Lanusse,
who took office on March 26,
following a military coup.
Lanusse has indicated he
wants to hold elections in
Argentina within three years.
The announcement seemingly
eliminating the possible return
of Peron himself, came as
Peronist elements within the
country struggled to unify their
position.
Deep differences between
Peronist elements is growing
deeper, further weakening any
opposition they might give the
Lanusse government.
As Jorge Paladino, secretary
general of the Peronist party was
talking with Juan Peron in
Madrid, the powerful General
Workers Confederation (CGT)
sent its secretary general, Jose
Rued, on an urgent mission to
Spain, to formally oppose the
plans of Paladino, Perons
personal representative in
Argentina.
Paladino, together with the
Radicals of the People, the
Sodal Democrats and various
minor groups, has drawn up a
political platform which would
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FLORIDA
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Executive Sports Editor
* .
With the way practice was
Thursday, the annual Florida
Lettermans football game may
be a battle of the walking
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and defense for the Saturday
game.
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Barr, Mark Buell, Dale
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Injuries take toll

The Lettermans game, one of
two preseason games Florida will
play this spring (the Orange and
Blue game is a week from
Saturday) will have three
different teams.
Were dividing the offense in
two colors, Dickey explained,
with one team (the first team)
in orange and the other in blue
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the first team defense working
against the first team offense
and vice versa.
Our objective is to get
everyone playing against
everyone else, Dickey said.
John Reaves and John
Schnebly are the quarterbacks
for the orange team with Chan
Gailey and David Pope leading
the blue. In the backfield along
with Reaves will be Mike Rich
and Tommy Durrance with
Willie Jackson at the split end.
We are trying to avoid
switching jerseys, but if we have
to, then we wfll,** Dickey said
explaining the possibility of a
player changing from one team
to the other.
On the line for the orange
team will be Kris Anderson and
David Peek and the tackles, Bill
Dowdy and Fred Abbott at the
guards and Richard Kensler at
center. Charlie Hood will be the
tight end in place of injured Jim
Yancey.
All-america flanker Carlos
Alvarez will not see any action
Saturday or in the Orange and
Blue game, Dickey announced
Thursday.

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UF ends drought with win

By SIM SMITH
Alligator Sports Writer
Bob kowalski got tired of
waiting for his teammates to
-Jfgl TgS score so the sophomore pitcher
L smashed an eighth inning home
run and taking the hint the
Gators came alive to nip the
JL \ strong Jacksonville Dolphins, 4-2
>A vin ten innings Wednesday.
r The win was a big boost for
the tail spinning Gators who face
the Tennessee Volunteers today
V^jpf : W in a doubleheader starting at 1
IWtijl games to stay alive in the
* g | championship.
Down 2-0 going into the
eighth, Kowalskis blow broke a
Bob Kowalski 20 inning run scoring drought
... tired of waiting for 'Florida. Florida continued
the rally by getting another
run to tie up the score. Mark
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All dormitories are reminded that today is the last day to sign up
for dormitory softball. Thus far, only a few teams have signed up
though all sections are urged to enter. Signups may be made at the
Intramural Office at room 229 Fla. Gym before 5 p.m. Independents
may also begin signing up for handball.
Orange League leaders Sigma Chi and Sigma Nu are waiting with
great anxiety for Wednesdays softball draw.
The Sigma Chis have a 35-point lead over the Nus going into the
last sport. The Nus must win two more games than the Chis if they
expect to overtake them. Sigma Chi is working toward its first Orange
League Presidents Cup after many years of near misses.
The Sigma Chis actually picked up some ground on the Nus in track
finishing fifth to the Nus sixth place finish.
SAE copped the track title collecting 44 points. Pi Kappa Alpha
finished second with 37. The track title would have put the Es in
first place by 17 points had they not been disqualified from golf but
the Es won the 880 Yd. relay and 440 Yd. relays with Chuck Diebel,
Steve Krist, David Thomas, Jim Hailing, William Wilson and Fred
Johnson leading the way. Thomas finished second in the 120 yd. low
hurdles while Wilson won the 100 yd. dash in 10.2 seconds. The Es
also got a second from Bob Jackson in the 220 yd. dash.
In the Blue League, Delta Tau Delta won their sixth championship
in nine tries edging the Theta Chis in trade, 43.5-35. The Delts scored
in all but two events in their triumph.
The Delts have long since wrapped up the Presidents Cup and now
have a 300-point lead over second place Theta Chi. The Theta Chis
now lead the Chi Phis by one point in the battle for second.
While Mark Shumaker was winning the 100 and 220 yd. dashes for
the Theta Chis, the Delts placed their big hopes in he 440 yd. relay
where Champe Barton, Marty Miller, Dale Dignum and Danny Kittrell
won in a photo finish to provide the winning edge.

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Hedgecock singled and was
forced at second by Will
Harmans ground out. Harman
advanced to second on a wild
pitch and then scored on a single
by Tony Dobies.
Neither team scored in the
ninth but Florida brought in
Doug Corbett to put down a
Dolphin uprising.
Fresh from an extra inning
loss to Miami, the Gators scored*
two runs in the tenth. John Flad
walked and stole second. The
hot hitting Hedgecock, now
batting .347, cracked a double
to score Flad. After walks to
Harman and Dobies, John
Sutton singled in the final run of
the day.
Corbett got the win, moving
his record to 44. The
righthander will also probably
pitch in the nightcap of todays
twin bill.
Tom Seybold is scheduled to
throw in the first contest and
John Reich will start in
Saturdays contest which will
begin at 10 a.m.
The Tennessee series is a real
grudge match. The Vols beat the
Gators in the last game of the
year last season to win the title
by a mere game.
Tennessee also sports a
leftfielder, Dink McKinney, who
has been the center of several
uproars in the last two seasons.
McKinney reportedly made
obscene gestures to Auburn fans
this year as he rounded the bases

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following a home run. Last
season, McKinney caught a fly
ball and a dared Gator catcher
Harman ter tag up and run.
Harman accepted the challenge
and beat the throw. McKinneys
following tantrum produced a
series of unprintable comments.
Tennant signs
2 wrestlers
By Alligator Service*
UF wrestling coach Keith
Tennant brought the number of
wrestlers signed this season to
four with the addition of
Broward Junior College transfer
Gerald Ringi and Miami
Palmetto High graduate Bobby
Roberts.
Previous signees were Jeff
Davis of Miami Killian and
Junior College transfer Gary
Scheider of Massapequiah, New
York.
Ringi has an impressive
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Jersey he was a district winner.
While in the Air Force he won
the World Wide Air Force
Championship in the 114 pound
division in 1967, 6B, and *69.
Roberts finished his senior
year with a 25-0 record in the
115 division. His career mark
stands at 54-8. He is presently
the 1971 state champion in that
weight division.

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI) Coach Bill
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The Stars didn't have to test their patience long
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the seventh and deciding game for the ABA Western
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Utah advances to the final round against
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We were down by seven at the half and I told
them to work for good shots and be patient,
Sherman said. They didnt lose their poise.

The Derby:

Twenty-one horses entered for classic

LOUISVILLE, Ky (UPI)
Horseman flocked to the racing
secretarys office in droves
Wednesday to enter 21 horses
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Teams disagree on game

Bucks rout Bullets, 107-99

MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI)
The Baltimore Bullets and the
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different reasons for the Bullets
107-99 loss to the Bucks
Wednesday night.
For the Bucks, who now lead
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Basketball Association
championship series 3-0, almost
everybody talked about Oscar
Robertson.
In the third period the Bullets
cut a 16-point Bucks* lead to
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and a near record field, topped
only by the 22 that started in
1928, made the 97th running of
the turf classic the richest. If all
21 horses start, the race will be
worth a total of $189,000 with
$146,500 going to the winner.
The others expected to be
named for the mile and a quarter
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will run coupled with
Impetuosity, the entry of
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shooting in the third period was the deciding
factor.
While champagne flowed in the stars dressing
room after the game, the Pacer locker room was
gloomy and coach Bob Leonard declined to talk to
newsmen.
The Pacers were led by Billy Kellers 33 points.
Utahs Red Robins finished with 25 points,
followed by Zelmo Beaty with 17 and Glen Combs
with 15.

Robertson on the bench. He
came back in and got a
three-point play and got the
Bucks bade on the winning
track.
Oscar just turned it around
for us, Lew Alcindor said.
Bobby Dandridge and I were
at midcourt when he got that
three-pointer and I said to him
that When he need it, Oscar
does it.
Dandridge said, With Oscar
in there things run smooth and
things open up.

Reason, Sole Mio, Vegas Vic,
Going Straight, Helio Rise,
Knight Counter, Barbizon
Streak, Tribal Une, Saigon
Warrior, Jrs Arrowhead and
Canonero 11.
Two factors accounted for the
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3-year-olds have been beating
each other all season. And none
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distance except Canonero who
won a mile and a quarter race in
Venezuela.

Over in the Baltimore dressing
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cheerful. \
Earl Monroe,! who injured his
groin muscle inxthe game, was
perplexed by bad
performance.
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the game, Monroe said. T*
mean my attitude. I cant get up
for these games. I dont know
why. Im just not emotionally
involved. The series with the
Knicks drained us physically and
emotionally. That would have
been the championship, but here
we are.
Monroe said for the Bullets to
win they had to have a
super-shooting night from the
outside.
Both teams now travel to
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