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Middlebrooks sworn in today

By TOM CORNELISON
Alligator Staff Writer
Without a banquet, a custom in the past,
and with little ceremony v or fanfare, Don
Middlebrooks will be sworn in as UF student
body president today.
The swearing-in will occur at the
convenience of the new Chancellor of the
Honor Court Bob Willis and will take place
in the Student Body Presidents office.
Though today will be Middlebrooks first
day in office, he has been working closely
with outgoing president Steve Uhlfdder in
the Student Government Offices for a week.

TOM KENNEDY
A fortress strong
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Police guarded the side streets of many famous buildings in
Washington, D. C. Monday morning, as antiwar activists failed in
their attempt to shutdown the city. With the Capitol Building as a
backdrop. Alligator photographer Tom Kennedy captured some
policemen who had a much easier time of it than police, in uniform
and plainclothes, and Army infantrymen did in other parts of
Washington. See other Kennedy photos page 12.

Goston: campus events part of a revolution

By JAN GODOWN
. Alligator Staff Writer
Today marks the one week
anniversary since jophomore
Charles Goston left UF, and the
emotions and feelings that led
him to withdraw with 120 other
blacks are still smoldering within
his mind.
Its not a difficult thing to
see what this institution stands
for and what is really going on,
the Vietnam veteran states.
Goston views UF as a minimum
security cell for blacks.
He contends, This institution'
stands for the step between the
niniii security cell and the
maximum security cell that
whites have for Macks. Its one
step from being pat into jail for
the rest of your life majoring
in rehabilitation.
At UF, Goston was majoring
in psychology and journalism.

His plans now are to attend the
University of Illinois if things,
like a scholarship, work out.
What beliefs lead a student to
withdraw from a university
when academic standing and
other aspects of college life are
in ordel?
A feeling of commitment for
one.
What happened during those
10 or 11 days was a very crucial
decision, according to Goston.
" It was a strong decision and
those who left should get letters
of commendation saying, You
did a good job.
Os those 10 or 11 days,
Goston says, I expected the
arrests. I think even they (the
students) knew it. When you go
in there and look them all
straight in the mouth and youre
black, thats a scar for them.
He (OConnell) couldnt

A trip to Tallahassee was included in the
new president's preparation.
Middlebrooks spent most of Tuesday
discussing the ban on open house which the
State Board of Regents recently imposed on
state supported colleges throughout the
state.
Middlebrooks said he met with UF
Interhall President Rick Pocepowich, and
said that Pocepowich outlined Interhall
proposals for presenting a student view on 4
open house. Student Government, according
to Middlebrooks, will work with Interhall in
presenting a case to the Regents.
The new president also talked to an

The
Florida Alligator

Vol. 63, No. 130

Interhall organizes

Open house group
starts letter campaign

(See related stories, page 2)
By TOM CORNELISON
na
MARK ROSNER
Alligitor Staff Writers
Monday night the UF Interhall Council formed
the Open House Action Group (OHAG) in response
to the ban on open house in Florida State colleges
which will be effective next quarter.
OHAG voted to initiate a letter writing campaign
against the recent decision by the Board of Regents
to abolish open house privileges for all state
university campuses. Students are being urged to
write Sen. Jerry Thomas, Gov. Askew and the Board
of Regents.
OHAG is composed of Interhall members and
other interested students and was formed to
provide an alternative'* to the recent Board of

Charles Goston
... left one week ago
digest the fact that a black
person approached him in that
way. As far as OConnell is
l concerned, he arrested them
because they were Mack and

advisor of Robert Mautz, Chancellor of the
Board of Regents.
The advisor, according to Middlebrooks,
said the action taken by the Regents was
not irrevocable and may lead to the
creation of a uniform open house policy by
all state colleges formulated by the
individual university presidents.
An appointment on this subject has been
set up with Middlebrooks and UF Vice
President of Student Affairs Lester Hale.
Middlebrooks also discussed next years
Student Government Productions cultural
series with the chairman of that series.

University of Florida, Gainesville

they were violating his sense of
pride.
I worked with David Horne
and eight other students to come
up with some form of strategy
where the demands, if not all, at
least 70 per cent would be
accepted.
It didnt work for Goston and
the subsequent move to
withdraw Goston says, was a
result of everyone saying, *Well,
if they dont want to come to
us, lets leave.
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He considers Roy Mitcbefl,
former coordinator for minority
affairs, who withdrew along with
the students to be, a bold black
man who emerged from a desk
and cave of paper and came out
as a very real brother.
He adds that, Leaving would

Regents elimination of open house between men
and women residents living on Florida
state-supported college campuses.
Bab Goodstein, 2UC, former Interhall president,
was elected group chairman. According to
Goodstein, the action of the Regents was on the
basis of parental consternation. OHAG is
supporting a plan which will deal with concrete
fact rather than abstraction, Goodstein said
Tuesday.
Legislators such as Jerry Thomas and others are
trying to substantiate their case on the basis of a
mere handful of reactionary letters from parents
who have had unfortunate experiences in college,
Goodstein charged.
A letter to Gov. Askew from Interhall Council
pointed out that parents who specifically did not
(See 'Open House*page 2)

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Wednesday, May 5, 1971

not benefit things now; it had to
be a mass thing. The only thing
those who stayed can do is to
reinforce human relations
between those blacks who are
here and those who will come.**
The role of whites Gcston
says, is to Not make it just a
segment of history. The whites
shouldnt forget all they did,
unless it was just token
radicalism.**
Goston sees the events that
occured on campus as part of a
revolution and Once the
revolution starts, no matter what
kind it is, you can always
destroy, limit or demolish the
revolutionaries but you will
never be able to cancel the
revolution. It will keep on going
as long as there is a black face on
earth.**



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Lobby opposes regents
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By CARLOS J. LICEA
Alligator Staff Writer
United Student Action (USA)
Vice President Bill Watson

Open house...

want their son or daughter to hare opposite sex
visitors placed them in no open house** sections.
Out of the 2,700 applications for housing from
incoming freshmen, only 300 felt the need to
extend the home,** according to the letter.
OHAG*s plan will go into effect next week when
every student living in UF dormitories will receive a
letter asking to check a preference for no open
house, limited open house (which would, roughly
coincide with the open house policy now in effect),
or 24-hour open house.
The responses will then be divided and sent to
each of the parents of the dormitory students for
approval or disapproval of their son*s or daughters
choice, and space for comments will be provided for
the parents.
When the responses are returned, OHAG will
formulate a report based on the results to the Board
of Regents.

Future action on open housing
depends on new regents views

By BRUCE KUEHN
Alligator Staff Writer
Further action on open
housing privileges, to be taken
by the Board of Regents in their
June meeting, will depend upon
the choice of a new regent and
the action of the Council of
University Presidents, according
to Chancellor Robert Mautz. : M
Mautz said the Council of
University Presidents will
consider proposals on open
housing ahd pass its
recommendations on to the
Regents' Facilities v Committee.
Mautz id his proposal,
which was voted down Monday
by the regents, would be
submitted to the council and
Buike Kibler, chairman of the
regents, added that a proposal
by the Council of Student
Affairs would also be submitted.
The Council of Student Affairs
la made up of the vice presidents
of student affairs from the state
J -
universities.
The proposal to be submitted
by Mautz calls for broad
guidelines under which each
university could set up specific
rules.
Mautz said be believed all the
university presidents spoke out
against the abolishment of open
housing except for President
Charles Perry of Florida A&M

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blasted Wednesday a decision by
the Board of Regents to wipe
out open housing after the end
of the Spring quarter.
We feel the Board of Regents

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which has no open housing.
After action by the Council of
University Presidents, the
Regents* Facilities Committee
will leview the proposals.. There
are presently two regents on the
committee with one vacancy to
be filled due to the resignation
of Milton Weir last month.
Mautz said he expected the
new regent to be appointed by
Governor Reubin Askew before
the June meeting. Mautz said he
does not know who the new
regent will be.
Whoever the new regent is, he
would probably break a tie in
the Facilities Committee as the
other two regents were on
opposite sides of the fence in
Monday's vote. Regent E.W.
Hopkins voted to abolish open

The group plans to go to Tallahassee with its
findings and present their report to various state
legislators and members of the Board of Regents in
person. Plans are also being made to invite various
members of the Board to visit dormitories at UF.
Window flyers, advocating the re-establishing of
open house are being printed and will be distributed
at area offices.
By abolishing open house the Board of Regents
is, in effect, advocating a return of the panty raid
era, opined Goodstein.
Goodstein quoted a passage from a letter sent to
Sue Jacobs, a former Interhall Council president, by
Jerry Thomas (D-West Palm Beach), State Senate
President, in answer to a previous query on 24-hour
open house.
At home,* Thomas asked, do your parents
admit boys to your bedroom? Are they admitted 24
hours a day? Th& answer should be the same for a
student whether he or she is living at home or at
college.**

is overreacting to political
pressure,* Watson said. They
(the Regents) should look at the
merits of open housing which in
most educators* minds does not

housing while Regent Fred
Parker voted to keep open
housing in the 4-3 vote.
Chairman Kibler, who votes
only in case of a tie, advocated
waiting for a full review and
presentation in next months
meeting before voting. Kibler
called the action taken Monday
premature and a mistake.* He
said the simplistic approach
taken by the regents was
inappropriate.
Mautz said he anticipated
modification on Mondays
action, but he could not predict
what exactly would happen. He
said it all depended on the views
of the new regent.

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hurt relationships between male
and female students.
Watson said students are
already paying somewhere
between $125 to $135 per
quarter for an extremely small
room and that students in
dorms are being denied rights
which other private citizens
enjoy.
Open house hours, Watson
contends, are decided upon by a
democratic vote of the people in
the dorms, and if there are
disagreements, negotiations are
started until there is some kind
of unanimous approval.
We are going to ask for the
abolition of the Board of
Regents unless they reverse their
decision, Watson added, calling
the decision by the Regents a
step backwards in time.
Watson said the pressure exerted
on the Regents by certain
members of the legislature
prompted them to enact the
housing ruling.
Legislators should be
concerned with real issues and
real problems and start taxing
big business so they pay their
fair share, instead of taxing the
little man, as they are doing by
raising tuition.
The statement released by
USA today, pledged the groups

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... regents overreacting
support to efforts on the
floor of the legislature to abolish
the ruling body of the university
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The students of UF are
shocked and dismayed at the
Board of Regents decision to
abolish open housing, the
statement says. We demand
that the decision be reversed by
the next ten days.
The students of this state are
disgusted with the state
legislature and the Board of
Regents. The students are being
victimized by their (legislators)
political aspirations.
Watson indicated USA
members will be traveling to the
capital this week to bring their
message to the Florida
Legislature.
USA is also lobbying to halt
the tuition increase proposed for
the state university system.



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Davis will attack problems,
but sees no change in sight

By DENNIS ARNOLD
Alligrtor Staff Writ*
Horance Gibbs Buddy" Davis, UF journalism
professor and winner of the Pulitzer Prize for
editorials on desegregation of public schools in
Florida, said he would continue attacking problems
but there doesn't seem any change in sight."
Davis received notice of winning the Pulitzer
Prize by wire services on Monday and said of his
award, y u enter these things and hope that
everyone agrees that you are as good as you think
you are."
Dms has won other awards through the
Gaineafifle Sun, such as the Sigma Delta Chi award
and the Sid Hefanan award.
Having worked on the Sun since 1962, Davis said
his editorial comments on equal rights for blacks,
housing problems, and racism in general haven't
changed. He pointed out that my feelings were

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Uhlfelder vetoes $74,000
Wauburg renovation

By DARRELL HARTMAN
Alligator Staff Writer
In one of his last moves as
student body president, Steve
Uhlfelder vetoed a student

Four quarter year
may be required
A bill forcing the Board of Regents to assign college students to the
terms they may attend has been passed by the Florida Senate
Universities and Community Colleges Committee.
Senator Robert Saunders of Gainesville said the regents already
have the authority to assign the quarters students may attend and that
his bill orders the regents to make use of this authority.
Saunders said there would be a great initial cost in providing a full
course load during the summer quarter, but he said there would be a
large savings by making full use of a universitys facilities all year
round.
The bill would make it possible for more students to attend college
he said.
The committee also voted down a proposal allowing students
convicted of drug misdemeanors to remain in school. At present, all
drug violations are felonies, but the state legislature is considering
reducing a first offense of marijuana possession to a misdemeanor.
Senator David Mclain of Tampa, the only senator to vote for the
proposal in the committee, said if marijuana possession is reduced to a
misdemeanor, it should have no more impact than other
misdemeanors. Mclain said if a student is arrested for driving while
intoxicated or reckless driving, he remains in school. But if he is
arrested for marijuana possession, said Mclain, he is suspended.

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once thought of as radical."
Davis commented on racism and said, Society is
color blind. Blades deserve equal opportunity but
have to sweat like all the rest of us."
When using die term sweat," Davis explained
that academic polides should be equal for all, with
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no imancni concessions*
Davis reflected on the black situation at UF and
said that a reversal of O'Connell's policy would be
inverse racism." You couldn't establish a quota
system for blacks that you couldn't have for
whites," he said.
My editorials help to establish an atmosphere
where leadership can flourish," Davis said. The Sun
also opens the dialogue and permits people to
speak," he continued.
Davis said by winning the Pulitzer Prize he has
picked up all the recognition he could ever need and
added that the award won't change my life.

senate proposal allocating
574,000 for the development of
a new Camp Wauburg at the
south end of Lake Wauburg.
In a letter dated May 3, sent
to Rick Horder, president of the

student senate, Uhlfelder urged
the senate and new president
Don Middlebrooks to consider
placing the reserve money in
loans, scholarships, and grants
for needy students.
We have attempted to do
this earlier this year, however,
the administration was reluctant
because of Wauburg.
I realize that the president
(Stephen C. OConnell) will
more readily allocate reserve
money for Wauburg. However,
this is no reason to place this
amount of money in such a
project, the letter read.
President OConnell is the
only person who can authorize
expenditures from the
undistributed Student Activity
Fees Account, which contains
$57,818 of the funds proposed
for Wauburg.
Camp Wauburg, at the north
end of the lake, was closed Oct.
30, 1970 when the cost of
upkeep became too great.
Six months ago the student
body approved the maintenance
of Wauburg in a referendum.
The senate had to decide
whether to renovate the existing
site, build a new one at the
south end of the lake, or
abandon Camp Wauburg
completely.
Horder said the cost of
building a new facility would be
only slightly more than the cost
of renovating the present site.
Id like to spend our money on
some other things, said Horder
Tuesday, but given the
structure of the university,
Wauburg is about the only thing
we can spend it on.
Horder said it would be hard
to predict if the senate will
override the veto, or let it stand.
We*ve got a new senate now,
and theres no telling what they
will do, said Horder.
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t, Th Florida Alligator, Wodnaaday, May S, 1971

Outstanding teacher chosen^

$ By CONNIE DANIEL
| Alligator Staff Writer
X
S Dr. Wayne H. Chen, chairman of the UF department of
Electrical Engineering, has been selected as UFs outstanding
| teacher-scholar" for the year 1970-1971 by the UFs Public
§ functions Policy and Lecture Committee.
Chen, who started with the College of Engineering in 1952 as
1 an assistant professor, will deliver the 10th annual faculty
1 lecture tonight at Bin the Reitz Union Auditorium. His topic is
x The Innovating Society: Its Technology and Social
J Implications."
An invitational dinner hosted by President Stephen C.
j OConnell earlier in the evening will honor Chen, who is
| scheduled to receive a SI,OOO award and a cast medallion from
; j O'Connell.
Chen received his bachelor of science degree at National
| Chiao Tung University in China, and his master's and doctors
degrees from the University of Washington in Seattle. He
received the Florida Blue Key in 1960 and was National
Academy of Sciences lecturer in 1967.

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Gentle people: Vets for Peace
will meet Thursday at 10 p.m. at
the Presbyterian Student Center
to discuss plans for Armed
Forces Day.
Columbian cities: The Latin
American Colloquium will
present Dr. Alan B. Simmons
Thursday night at 8 in room 427
Graduate School and
International Studies Building.
Dr. Simmons will speak on
Urban Migration Patterns in
Highland Columbia.'* Everyone
is invited to attend.
Gay lib: The Gainesville Gay
Liberation Front will hold its
regular meeting tonight at 7:30
in the Episcopal Student Center.
There will be free donuts, coffee
and music.
Complaints wanted: The
fact-finding symposium
committee will setup a grievance
center in the plaza today and
Thursday from 1 to 5 p.m. to
receive statements of prejudicial
treatment at UF. If you feel
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you've been discriminated
against, you can file a statement
with us to be used in possible
investigation.
Fiisbee freak-out: Come by the
plaza Sunday and catch the free
movies, Abbott and Costello
meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,"
The Committee, The Little
Rascals".and more. Don't miss
the world dog heavy weight
frisbee championship predeeding
the show! Zap meets Lucifer
uncensored!
Preprofs: May 7 is the deadline
for all pre-medical and
pre-dental student to register for
the sqring quarter with the
office of Preprofessional
Education, 102 Anderson Hall.
Delhi-cades: Transcendental
East Indian foodstuffs are served
daily at the Krishna House, 216
SW 2nd Street. Everyone is
invited to attend.
Racketeers: UF Badminton Club
meets tonight at 8 in the gym.
All equipment is provided free.
Call 373-2573 for more
information.
World yoga: The
Transcendental Science of
Bhakti-Yoga will be presented
tonight by the Krishna House at
7 in room 7, Peabody.
Discussion will center around
the Bhagavad Gita.
Deadline nears: Alpha Lambda
Delta jewelry which was
purchased before March 1971

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night at 7 and 9:30 in the Union
Auditorium. Admission is 50
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Bo and Jerry: Jerry Jeff Walker,
author of Mr. Bo Jangles," will
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night for two shows at 9 and 11.
Tickets are $1 in advance and
$1.50 at the door.
Pre-vets: A tour of Harborview
Thoroughbred Brood Farm will
leave Saturday morning at 8
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Florida Players share
mountain experiences

By RICHARD LALCE
AJligrtor CorrMpondent
Early this month the actors
and technical people of the
Florida Players production,
Dark of the Moon shared a
rare experience with one of
Gainesville's senior citizens.
Director, Dr. Clyde G.
Sumpter, last November, read an
article by UF journalist Marilyn
Brown, about a man who at the
age of 19 hiked into the
Appalachian Mountains and lived
with the mountain people.
Now, 82 yean old, William
Barnhill relived this experience
with the cast. After reading the
play and discussing the Smoky
Mountain setting of Moon,
Mr. Barnhill told Dr. Sumpter
that he would be delighted to
meet with the acton and share
his films and stories. He did just
that.
About 150 students filed into
McCarty Hall to see his famous
slides, which are on file in the

Dion, J. Walker to sing
at the Rat this weekend

By EL LI MOSS
Alliptor Staff Writer
Folk artists Dion and Jerry Jeff Walker will be
appearing at the Rathskeller this weekend in shows
sponsored by Student Government Productions.
Dion, who has been here several times in the last
couple of years, will perform on Friday and
Saturday at 8,10, and 11 pm both nights.
Jerry Jeff Walker will appear Thursday at 9 and
II p.m.
Tickets are available at the Reitz Union box
office and the Rat for $2 in advance and will be sold
at the door for 52.50.
Dion and the Belmonts made it to the top with
A Teenager in Love and Dont Pity Me. On his
own, Dion made no. 1 with Runaround Sue and
Ruby Baby, both million sellers. In the fall of
1968, Abraham, Martin and John reached the top
of the charts.
Today his tempos are delicate and subtle. His

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The students were free to ask
questions about the family
relationships, costumes,
traditions, work, religion,
superstition, etc. William
Barnhill enthusiastically, and
tirelessly, answered all of the
questions thrown at him. From
his discussion and answers, the
actors went out and began

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vocal style is described as free and easy with a new
gentleness and a genuine feeling well controlled.
Jerry Jeff Walker is probable best known for
writing the. hit song Mr. Bojangles. But more
than just a songwriter, J. J. Walker is an artist who
seems to have lived his songs.
Besides the hit single, Jerry Jeff Walker has
released three albums and has been in clubs,
festivals, and concerts all over the country. These
include The Bitter End, Newport and Philadelphia
Folk Festivals and his own half-hour syndicated
T.V. special.
He veers toward a hip-country style, said the
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manner that recalls Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan,
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with a funny hat, a beat-up guitar and a head full of
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creating their characters for the
production.
The rehearsal following the
lecture required that the actors
bring a sack lunch for a picnic
by the duck pond in the
character they had developed. It
turned out to be an exciting
evening of witches intermixed
with towns people.
Dark of the Moon is the
final major porduction this year
of the Florida Players. It
concerns the love story of the
witchboy John, played by
Robert Budd, with the lovely
Barbara Allen, played by
Susan Baum. The play opens
May 10 and will run through
May 15 in Constans Theatre.
Tickets are on sale in the Reitz
Union Box Office. For
reservations call 392-1653.
Tickets are: UF students 75
cents, all other students sl,
general public $1.50.

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Editorial
Chastity belts
nowoutdated
We agree with the Board of Regents* decision to eliminate
open house in the dorms.
After all, its a lot cheaper than issuing chastity belts to
all the girls.
And just think how much happier mommy and daddy are
going to feel knowing girls and guys can no longer mix in
dorm rooms. Now they will have to confine their visiting to
cars and the guy*s apartment.
Its much safer that way, right?
Thanks are in order. Wait, Miss Kovachevich and crew
before you start taking the bows. We think there is a group,
led by none other than fearless leader Jerry Thomas, more
deserving of our praise.
You guessed it, the Florida Legislature.
We all understand the regents arent their own men Or
women. They belong to the legislature, just as President
OConnell belongs to them and we belong to him.
Just one big happy family.
The problem is the head honchos in the clan the
legislators decided they could eliminate one step between
them and those long-haired hippie radical subversives.
(Thats us.)
Anyhow, they figured if they did away with the regents,
they could handle all these campus problems.
Fun, fun, right Mr. Thomas?
Os course the regents werent crazy about the idea. So,
they. seem to have decided to go along with the
legislature. After all, what are principles compared to a
presitigious job?
This is only the first step.
But don't worry, kiddies. You can still see each other in
class until the next regents meeting when rumor hath it
they intend to go even further back-to separate schools for
guys and girls.
So, girls, start packing. But dont worry about those
chastity belts.
The legislature has seen to it that you won't need them
anymore. <

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Resign?! Why Ole J. Edgar couldnt be feeling better!
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Ive made my decision

By CARL CRAWFORD
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It is very hard to support or
oppose what you dont really
understand.
Take the Vietnam war, for
instance. There was a time when
I supported a total military
victory, using tactical nuclear
weapons, if necessary. We had to
show those yellow-bellied, slanty
eyed, back stabbing kooks what
in hell the United States was
about.
But a guy I went to school
with was killed in the
denriliterized zone. He was an
un-aimed forward observer,
killed by mortar fire. My
hawide friends told me those
dirty commies should he blasted.
The doves told me that was
some way to fight a war, huh?
Unarmed. I dont know what
good a gun would have done
against a mortar but I agreed,
and felt we should pullout.
Then there was the
Cambodian invasion. Perhaps
Tricky Dick had figured out a
way to get us out sooner and
save face. The President needed
a lot of support for his
Vietnamization and aU.
But then came Dr. David
Chalmers HY 246 course, where
we examined the history of the
Vietnam nation and the

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continuing Vietnam war,
through the eyes of George
McTuman Kahin and John W.
Lewis in The United States in
Vietnam. There was also My
Lai. So for a while, no truer
dove could be found, at least as
far as Vietnam was concerned.
So you see, back and forth
the tortured soul was tossed, not
knowing which view to accept.
The rhetoric was hot, and both
sides claimed morality was on
their side, and it was good for
the country, etc., etc.
Perhaps you would say the
back and forth movement was a
sign of weakness or unreality. I
contend it was a sign of
confusion, and not knowing
enough.
Americans all over are tired of
the war for one reason or
another. The younger generation
because who wants to die in a
war that is immoral, unjust, and
a genocide of the Vietnamese
people? The older generation
because the damn poticans
dont know how to fight a war
and are constantly blundering.

BlmeStiaiig
Wire Editor

Ken McKinnon
Managing Editor

Well both groups are
composed of Americans and if
Americans are so smart, then
both groups are right.
The Vietnam war is immoral,
unjust and a genocide of the
Vietmanese people. Were in the
mess were in today because our
politicans chose to enter
something, I dont think they
understand and once they got in,
blew it.
Kahin and Lewis will tell you.
President John F. Kennedy had
planned to have UJS. troops out
of Vietnam by 1963. Kennedy
was shot. Dean Rusk, among
others, advised Pres. Lyndon B.
Johnson to continue, and did he
ever.
Confused? Unknowing? Not
anymore.
The United States is hurting
itself in Vietnam. Thousands of
lives and trillions of dollars have
been lost in a war we dont
understand and arent pulling
out of fast enough.
Yes, the enemy will kill many
South Vietnamese people, if we
pull out now, but I believe they
will IriO those who have
conspired to keep the war going,
and not the ordinary people.
The United States has no
business losing lives and dollars
in Vietnam, let alone its pride.
Get out, Now.

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All interest groups apply pressure

By KARL SKADOWSKI
We don*t hear about the
pressure President O'Connell
gets from white racist parents
who threaten to withdraw all
their sons and daughters if
President O'Connell doesn't
immediately suspend all the bad
blacks at UF. How would you
lie it if he gave in to this
minority's demands? We don't
hear about all the phone calls
from influential people in the
regents, the legislature and the
monied Alumni Association that
threaten President O'Connell
with withdrawal of funds from
UF if he doesn't axe the bad
blacks at the UF. How would
you like it if he gave in to this
minority's demands?
We hear about the Vets for
Peace demanding the school
dose down in wder to support
their beliefs and actions. How
would you like it if President
OConnell gave all the blacks
everything they demanded, total
amnesty for even the violent
property destroyers, the new
administrative position, the
culture center, everything

then closed the school until
the Vietnam war ends?
These are just some not all
-of the interest groups that
demand, rightfully in their own
eyes, complete ntisfaction of
their needs." They all demand
instant acquiescence from
Resident O'Connell. Some or all
of these, and more, hit President
O'Conndl day after day, week
after week, month after month.
That k pressure. Would you,
dear reader, like to walk in hie
shoes, have to decide these issues
on merit, not on the emotion of
the ones that are currently
pounding your desk in the office
' demands be met and not /
another? By what standwd?
Think about you being hi Us
position. Today you need to
decide on not just the fird
black studenti but
drmisdTi jnrtmtmthmnl Not

Miy cfo we always come undone
when we hear
what our heart wags yes at,
Why do we always lose our cool
when we see our leaders
smash their fists into glass
for us to see what they do?
I don*t know, I*m fust like
you and me
easy to please and hatin to fuss;
But there*s away we react
to what we believe in
not to what we just understand;
Idon*t know
Vm only a man.
But men keep dreams
and dreamin can get rusty
and then ya need oil or
else new dreamin*
Which should tell you and
me plenty.

GUEST COLUMn

next week, or next month, but
today right now!
Take just a minute and read
back over the list of demands
above,.... Now, while you are
deciding these issues, I demand
your immediate resignation.
Now, today, you are to resign!
IH take your place! 11l decide
all these things, you go away!
Wouldn't it be so easy to resign?
You resent me at this moment,
don't you? Remember since you
are President now, I can go back
over your entire life and find out
things about you that you wish I
wouldn't, 1 will publicize every
bad thing I can find, and never,
ever ftSMon r i>ne idee thing
about you. If you can come to
me and swear that there is not
one thing in all your past that
you regret having done, please
do, and you can lead me in a
walk over lake Alice. During
your office hours, when all or
am of the above demandug

Ex-poker face

groups are pressuring you,
demanding of you if you ever,
just once, lose your cool, make a
mistake, or say a harsh word
toward any group, I*ll blast you
in the newspapers, the radio and
TV if I can. OJC. with you? No,
I don't think so.
Reflect. Some say that
President OConnell lost control
for a moment, that he pot
himself in a position he cant
back down from without lorfng
everything he has worked for.
But no sooner than that thought
h published, the B$U does the
very same thing. They issue an
ULTIMATUM. Then, oops! %
find out that most of their
ArmmnAf m yyf fly IMn
met but not all. And since not
all of them were met the
wndthai of the ultimatum am
not satisfied. But since the
pofainfred If the Mads dtart

mtlmmiwf. My 8, If7l, Tlm> Bert* AMtgmr, I

/wsf w/ry in the sky
I stare at my own
and say thats right,
it aint the only one I got
so help yourself friend,
no, so help yourself brother,
yes.
Are ya seeing
or are ya ears just listening?
It aint time Man.
Dont blame it on time,
Why my whole lifes made
up of time
Blame it on Pity.
Why are we so tight with silence
when we finally have something
something to say?
Its Ungpdly!
Its Unpatriotic!
Its Unhamburger and chew
it or not its the best cup 'o tea
weve ever come up with,
so come undone
Lose that cool
Like a wart
ya gotta move yourself
to get that baby off,
Me? I bit it off.
Sandy Friedin

will be 'pulling their punch.**
They put themselves in a
position that they cant hack
down from. How bitterly sad.
How bitterly sad.
It is said that when the blacks
leave the UF, it will somehow
hurt UF. If so, who is being
hurt, the administration, the
buildings, or the other 23,000
Florida students? It can be said
that sure, the other students,
Chinese, Persians, white
Americans, Cubans may suffer a
loss of education at the UF due
to federal or state retaliation to
the black exodus. Too bad...
the cause is just, so these
students will have to suffer also.
Doesn't that have the same
sound to it that the dreaded
Pentagon is saying about civilian
casualties in Nam? Fleam hold
both thorn thoughts in your
at the pme time, then tell
me one is IriPpaiid .the other
. ...
Brothers, stay with us. ,r
cause is just, keep up
pleasure, the same as others are,
oo our administration, for the
things.*xj H .it done.

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Washington Monument ... riot-equipped police at every
intersection and scurrying all over the nations
capital. .. armed infantrymen, from military bases as far
away as Ft. Bragg, N. C., lining bridges over the Potomac
River
A frustrated enemy, taken aback by the preparedness of
their foe, running from street comer to street comer trying
to accomplish their much-publicized objective
SHUTDOWN! ... long-haired youths, black, old, short-hairs,
no-hairs, just everyday people, but a war-weary people ...
This was the image captured by the photographic eye of
AUigator photographer Tom Kennedy during Monday
mornings unusual Washington, D. C. rush hour.
The photo above shows infantrymen and police
surrounding the flag-encircled Washington Monument, a
favorite for the antiwar visitors during the days preceeding
Mondays incursion. The monuments knoll was also used as
a helicopter landing pad Monday. At the left, in the quaint
village-like Georgetown, two living caricatures of President
Nixon and Vice President Agnew startle a soldier. Luckier
than some, a youth, bottom left, escaped a billy club
swinging policeman. The owner of the overturned
motorcycle below wasnt so fortunate, however. The
policeman at left knocked the youth from his cycle,
thinking he was blocking traffic in to the city. After he was
clubbed to the ground, two policemen joined the first in the
attack. His face bleeding, the motorist was set free when the
three policemen discovered that another policeman had
ordered the youth to remain in his spot until demonstrators
were cleared from the Rock Creek Bridge on Pennsylvania
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

FOR SALE
WOW! S.BO per album for 8-TRACK
CARTRIDGE TAPES. A new
breakthrough In electronic ingenuity
lets you RECORD your own tapes on
your present home or auto tape
PLAYER in Stereo with professional
quality results. Pays for itself with 4
recordings. Easy Installation, 1 year
warranty, records from any source.
Unbelievable low cost of $19.95 may
save you hundreds of dollars.
Exclusive Gainesville dealer John
378-5916 nights (A-st-130-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)
HUNTING/TARGET BOW custom
made, really beautiful fiberglass
laminated recurve with extras $55.00
call 481-2628 after 7 pm
(A-lt-130-p)
TENNIS I RACKETS RESTRUNG
$6.50 cheapl also new and used
rackets 4 sale LESSONSI call Bob
Jackson 378-7841 (A-2t-130-p)
Vista girl's five speed bike with
basket and lock. Almost new $65.00
call Michelle 392-9590 (A-lt-130-p)
MOBILE HOME Bx3o sllsO Why
Rent? 376-5667 After spm
(A-IM3O-P)
Honda 350 1968 overhauled In Dec.
Reliable $390 call 378-8123
(A-lt-130-p)
Coldspot 6000 BTU encasement
window air conditioner, excellent
condition S6O-call 372-6484
(A-st-130-p)
For Sale Double Bed S2O (and box
springs) bureau $lO both In great
condition call 378-4582 anytime
(A-2t-130-p)
1969 CIMATTI 160 cc 1500 ml good
condition S2OO 376-1740
(Ar4t-130-p)
TENNIS RAQUET Wilson T 2000
stainless steel 3 weeks old cost s4l
will sell for s3l call 376-2901 after 5
pm (A-lt-130-p)
600 cc BMW "rolls royce of
motorcycles", many extras, exc.
mech. cond. must sell. S7OO. call
378-0181 or 378-8656 (A-st-130-p)
5/8 carat diamond engagement ring
In white gold setting. Appraised at
$450. Best offer takes It. Write Box
13316 University Station
(A-3M30-P)
Mens three speed bicycle In good
condition Including rear carrier
378-8638 (A-2t-130-p)
Lakeview lot 75x130 only 25 mins
away In Interlachen. Great for
swimming or fishing. High and dry
with 8 nice oak trees sllsO call
372- (A-3t-130-p)
GREAT STEREO BUY 8 Track +
AM/FM Stereo 50 Watts Power +
Stereo Light show Extras sllO or
best offer 373-1575 (A-st-130-p)
57 Chevy 8cyl; 12 string yahmaha;
golf bag; chllds bike; table 4 chairs; 5
gal gas can. call 378-4034 after spm
(A-5M29-P)
3 br., 2 bath house, by owner, good
shape gas heat, 2 air units, $19,900,
also all furniture and 1970 pontlac,
1903 nw 39 dr. call 376-8985 for
info. (A-5M29-P)
Crown Graphic 4 by 5 camera, optar
4.7 lens, fully synchronized shutter,
film pack adapter, graflite flash with
two reflectors, 12 film holder, good
condition. Other good camera buys.
Cameo Photos, 1326 S. W. Pine Ave.,
Phone (904) 622-6570, Ocala Fla.
(A-10t-128-p)
New Components! Miracord
turntables with base, cover, & S6O
cart. 45% off; Fisher recelvers-25%
off; SSO-headsets-633. Much more.
378-9192 (A-3t-128-p)
60x12 69 Shelby 2 br furnished,
stepdown living rm, shag carpet,
raised celling, a-c, excel cond. Phone
373- weekdays after 5.
(A-St-128-p)
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
warranty, Install easily yourself, only
619.95. 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
. pod lead clamps, do-it-yourself or
V ready sto \ MUg.* 376-2195;
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CARPETS - f Mfce them "a
beautiful eight with Slue Lustre.
Rent electric shampooer sl. Electric
upholstery shampoos also available.
Lowry Furniture Co. (A-ts-c)
Portable electric typewriter with
case, In excellent condition with 3
yeers left on guarantee, has been used
very tittle, 656, call 376-5249
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FOR SA LE
PANASONIC all types 8 track
cassette, tv radio and phonos all
NEW l will beat any price order
TOOAY Call Don 376-0476
(A*3t-128-p)
Refrigerator, old but in great shape
$35; presto electric curlers $lO. Hi-Fi
$lO. girl's spyder bike $25 folk guitar
$35 392-7821 anytime (A-st-128-p)
1968 Honda CBI6O Electric start
good mechanical condition. Buco
helmet included. S3OO. 372-6415 Get
as second car. only 2519 miles.
(A-st-128-p)
10 SPEED BICYCLES Tired of
walking? Tired of riding a bike that is
more work than fun to pump? Tired
of burning dollars and polluting the
countryside? We have available the
following fine European racing bikes
for Immediate shipment: TRIUMPH
(English) mens 21" or 23" frame
74.50. FALCON (ENGLISH) Mens
21" frame 90.00. Ladies 21" frame
90.00. GITANE (French) Mens
21", 23", 24" fr 90.00. Ladles
19%*, 21, 22 fr 90.00. Gltanes
as above but with "quick release"
hubs 99.95. CLAUD BUTLER
(English) Mens 21" frame with
Campagnol gears lOO.OO.
LEGNANO (Italian) For shipment
approx. May 15th Mens 20Â¥t, 22",
23%" frames with tires 8> tubes
110.00, with tubular tires 125.00,
both models equipped with
Campagnolo gears. Frame sizes on
Gltanes and Legnanos approximate
(derived from metric sizes). We also
have a limited number of RALEIGH
INTERNATIONALS ($250.00) and
RALEIGH MARK II
PROFESSIONALS ($320.00) in
various frame sizes. Orders of 5 or
more deduct 5%. Orders of 10 or
more less 10%. Add 4% sales tax.
Freight prepaid. Color selection
limited, list preferences, We stock a
complete line of parts and accessories
such as armiites ($1.60) & bike
covers (64,00). All bikes listed have
27 wheels. Be sure to specify frame
size. All inquiries answered promptly.
DADE CYCLE SHOP, 3423 MAIN
HIGHWAY, COCONUT GROVE,
FLORIDA 33133 (305) 443-6075.
(A-st-127-p)
Head Shop for Sale Inside Spanish
Main Asking $1300.00 372-0667 or
376-1736 ask for Guy (A-st-127-p)
Dacca 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)
Dacca stereo DPI 12 with speakers
Raleigh 5-speed Will sell or trade
both 378-5551 Brian (A-st-126-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)
Sublease large 1 bedroom apt
summer qtr. central air & pool Mt
Vernon Apts June already paid
378-0795 (B-st-126-p)
1 room In a/c 2-bedroom apt. May
only 1016% S.W. 4 ave 378-5551
Discuss terms. (B-st-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)
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-5M27-P).
FOH RENT
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)
1 female roomate wanted to sublet
Williamsburg town house apt. sllO +
utilities for summer qtr. near
med-center, call Renee 373-2503
(B-st-127-p)
sublet one bedroom in large house,
with private bath 6 entrance $125
entire summer close to campus
behind Norman Hall Palmer
378-0164. (B-3M28-P)
sublet two bedroom landmark apt.
poolside, air cond, new shag carpet,
pay only July and August 190.00 a
month call now 378-6752
(B-st-128>p)
efficiency to sublease
IMMEDIATELY air cond. $95 mo.
1222 NW 8 ave apt 17 stop In before
noon or after 6 pm (B-st-128-p)
sublet starting In summer, across
from sorority row, 2 bedroom apt.
central c w/w carpet 2 blocks from -,
campus $l5O a month call 372-2956 i
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Sublease SbedtbOm deluxe La Bonne
Vie Apt. summer quarter. $235 total
per month. (870 for own room or
650 for sharing.) 376-0121.
(B-3t-12frp)
2-bedroom apts. for summer qtr.
pool, a/c, close to campus. 6230-240
par qtr. call 376-6990. 1524 NW4th
Ave. apt. N. hours 10*5 Mon. Frl.
(B-5M28-P)

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FOR RENT
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Female apt to sublet for summer
The Place utilities included S7B a
month call 373-2967 (B-lt-130-p)
French Quarter, have your room for
S7O A month, call 378-2281 between
5 8 7 pm (B-3t-130-p)
Sublet for summer, penthouse apt.
The Place, S7O/month not SB2, apt.
N 0.307 378-8284 Dick. (B-3t-130-p)
Sublet Beautiful MT Vernon 2
bedroom town house room for 3
more male roommates. Dishwasher
1% bath garb. disp. pool close to
campus $2lO/mo. call 376-8366
(B-3t-130-p)
HELP! Landmark Apt. to sublet for
summer qtr. Will discuss terms. Call
372- after S p.m. Pool &
laundry room out back door.
(B-3t-130-p)
sublet landmark apt. 62 2 bedrm.
poolside, air cond. good location, pay
only July and August call or come by
-378-2878 (B-3t-130-p)
Pool side Williamsburg Apartment
Need 2 female roommates. June rent
free. $105.00 ea./all summer + %
utilities. Call 373-3225 (B-st-130-p)
SUBLET One bedroom apartment
for summer. Located In married
section of University Gardens. 2 pool
lake, ac, cal! after 6 373-3978
(B-st-130-p)
Pool side Williamsburg Apartment
Need 2 male roommates for summer.
$52.50/month + % utilities. Split
June rent. Call 373-3938.
(B-3t-130-p)
Furnished upstairs apartment, 2
bedroom, bath, kitchen, 1 block
from campus, pets allowed. $l2O mo.
1417 NW Ist Ave. 495-2226 or
495-2479 (B-st-130-p)
Male roomate for summer cook
uten., stereo, tv, utilities, private
bedroom luxurious poolside apt. all
for 65/mth. The Place call 373-4349
(B-3t-130-p)
CHEAP SUMMER LIVING 2 brm air
cond. furnished apt. free water and
cable, large fenced yard sllO mo.
call 378-5479 (B-3t-130-p)
Room for male student for summer.
Kitchen facilities, ac, maid and linen
service. s7smo Incl utilities.
373- 7-8 pm or after 11 pm
(B-st-130-p)
sublet for summer 3 bedroom a/c
house In northeast section $l3O
month with a tv call 378-0711
(B-st-128-p)

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WANTED
Fairly quite girl stu to help find,
share apt near campus begin fall or
move in Win, Spr. Pref grad stu no ty.
call Patty 392-7681 (C-3t-128-p)
2 Male roommates to sublet apt for
summer quarter. $142 per person for
whole summer In Landmark apts. call
378-5154 and ask for Champe
(C-st-128-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-116-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)

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WANTED
1 or 2 male roomates for summer qtr
June rent pd. Landmark apt 27
376-0529 (C-5M28-P)
Female roommate for large 3 br
house In NW. Private room/phone.
No lease. 372-5677 Becky or Jeanne.
$45 per month (C-3t-128-p)
Late model VW microbus or camper
for rent or sale. Terms negotiable
Reply John Hammond 256 E church
st Jacksonville 353-4333 (C-st-128-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 share 1 bdrm apt a/c pool
laundry Butler Gardens $62 mo call
373-3287 or 373-3664 (C-st-127-p)



CLASSIFIEDS

Wednesday, May S, 1971, The Florida Alligator,

WANTED
3 responsible roomates to share
off-campus 2 bedroom apartment
starting Fail *7l. Write Fred DeWitt
143 Laurina Jacksonville
1-904-724-7528 (C-2t-130-p)
Roomates for summer for 2 bedroom
duplex, furnished, air conditioning 6
blocks from UF, right behind Mother
earth call Margie 392-7691
(C-3t-130-p)
Male roommate summer and next
year if desired 55 per month
Hawaiian Village 372-8949
(C-st-130-p)
1 female roommate for summer qtr.
SSO a month + utilities June rent
paid Mt. Vernon Apts. 2 bedrooms 2
bath pool AC call 378-1782
(C-3t-130-p)
Female roommate to share large ac 1
bdrm duplex for summer, 2 blcks
from campus $46.25 + V? util big
yard lots of space call Lynne
376-4768 (C-st-130-p)
Female roommate wanted for
summer nice a/c apt 2 blocks from
campus $92 for entire quarter. Call
Linda 373-3438 (C-2t-130-p)
SUMMER JOBS
Don't take a job selling anything
until you have compared our offer.
We have 16 years local references.
Our people do no canvassing, earn
more money, work less hours, win
scholarships, vacations etc. We offer
twice as much $ as most
companies.... .perhaps the company
your considering. Write us for details
and job comparisons. Tell us about
yourself and include your local
phone number. All replies will be
CONFIDENTIAL.
SMC SUMMER JOBS
871 TOWNSEND BLVD.

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I 804 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE. \[
% WELCOMES YOU TO OUR STORE: jj
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li. We have as our regular line j
i' PEUGEOTS, including the Peugeot xlO Superbike IN STOCK jj
4 1 GITANES, all sixes and colors (3 days delivery) Jj
j* JOANNOUS, most colors still available IN STOCK jj
i> CLAUD BUTLERS, with Campagnola gears IN STOCK |i
4 RALBtGHS, MKII Profesionols ll|Bb* rw^f" ol> Hf*
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*' 1 ROYCF UNION Dulux in stock -97 5 4
jj unlimited guantities of ROSS girt'* 10-ipd*. i"* 1 $75 IN STOCK 4
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WANTED
Male roommate to share one
bedroom efficiency for summer. SSO
to cam P us cal' Rob
373-1793. (C-2t-129-p)
, r ? mmate for Williamsburg
Can N 777^o?T' ediately or for Ma V-
Call 373-4067 or 372-3505 x 245.
"cSt.l27.pf 50 *
Two female roommates, large
4-bedroom house, for summer or
nexx year, nice residential area, NE
*? 378-7203 after spm
(C-4t-127-p)
HELP WANTED
Homeworkers. Envelope addressers
and mailers. Send stamped envelope
and 25 cents to GWL Enterprises 640
Cobb St. Athens, Ga. 30601
(E-lt-130-p)
Mailers-addressers needed. Earn to
150 homeworkers, for info send 25
cents and stamped self addressed
envelope to Box 12213 Gainesville,
Fla. 32601 (E-2t-130-p)
Cocktail waitress wanted: full or part
time, no experience necessary. Will
train. Must be 21. Call after 5,
376-9175, ask for Mr. Thomas. Dub's
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)
Attention: Business & Law Students
Need part time work? we have
positions open for 2 salesman to
make evening & weekend calls, no
experience necasary. we train you In a
field helpful to your career. Earnings
from S4O per week and up. For
Interview call 372-7517 (E-st-129-p)

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AUTOS
1967 Chevy Impala factory air power
steering and brakes excellent coneU
call 378-9888 after 6 pm
(G-3t-130-p) . .7 >
MG 1100 sedan 4 speed good tires
disk brakes-rusty but runs good
sacrifice for financial aid only $l5O
392-8962 or offer (G-st-130-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)
1967 Ford convertible, Galaxie 500,
390, air cond. Power steering and
brakes, one owner, $1425. Phone
376-9997. (G-st-129-p)
1967 sunbeam alpine Perfect cond
New top, paint, tires, and brakes
exterior & interior perfect eng Excel
call Tom 392-8158 after six ask 800
(G-4t-128-p)
Enlarged family forces sale of
extraordinarily well preserved
Porsche 356 C (1965). Professionally
serviced every 3,000 miles of Its
55,000 miles, the car has a perfect
mechanical condition. Within past
5,000 4 new Bridgestone 6 ply radial,
new battery, new headlights, 8 new
brake pads installed. Blaupunkt
amfmsw, detachable hardtop, call
378-6837 $3,200 firm. (G-st-128-p)
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-6M27-P)
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War to pauso Sunday
for Buddhas birthday
SAIGON (Upi) South
Vietnam announced Tuesday
that an allied cease-fire would be
declared in South Vietnam for
Buddhas birthday observance
Sunday. A U.S. spokesman said
he was certain American forces
would join in the truce,
expected to last 24 hours.
The Communists did not say
whether their forces would abide
by the Saigon declared
cease-fire-the 19th truce period
of the war.
N. Vietnam rejects
Nixon's POW plan
PARIS (UPI) North
Vietnam and the Viet Cong
rejected Tuesday President
Nixons proposal for sending all
prisoners of war to Sweden and
said he must set a troop
withdrawal deadline before the
prisoner problem can be solved.
Nguyen Thanh Le, spokesman
for the Hanoi mission said The
alleged question of war prisoners
raised constantly by Mr. Nixon
is but a maneuver aimed at
covering up his crimes of
aggression and Ms countless war
crimes, and to justify his
obstinate refusal to set a
reasonable deadline for the
withdrawal of all American
troops.
Sanota votas to poll
pooplo on tax
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The
Senate voted 39-7 today to let
the people decide on Nov. 2
whether the state should collect
a $73 million corporate profits
tax.
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Memorial vigil held at Kent State

KENT, Ohio (UPI) Silent Kent State University
students holding small gas lanterns kept a 26-hour watch
Tuesday over the spots where four were shot to death a
year ago by OMo National Guardsmen.
The vigil began late Monday. Students had planned to
keep it until midnight Tuesday with at least one student
marking each of the four sites on the grassy hillsides and
paved walks.
Memorial services at noon, a speech by Yale University
President Kingman Brewster and the ringing of the Kent
State victory bell capped the four day observance on the
anniversary of the tragedy which occurred during anti-war
demonstrations one year ago.
Kent State University President Robert I. White said
the four students slain by National Guardsmen have been
granted their green peace and rest but have left behind
a legacy of commemoration.
White also spoke at services commemorating the four
students who were killed last May 4. He also referred to

question to a referendum on
July 6.
Sources said the House may
reject the Nov. 2 date and try to
work out in conference
committee a compromise date
sometime in September.
The Senate decision came
swiftly, following days of delay
and haggling over dates between
July 6 and November. On
Monday, just before the capitol
was emptied by a bomb scare,
the senators had adopted an
amendment setting the election
for Sept. 14.
Judge drops charges
against David Hilliard
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) A
federal judge Tuesday dismissed
charges against Black Panther
leader David Hilliard who was
accused of threatening to kill
President Nixon.
The government gave up its
case against Hilliard rather than
turn over to the Panther's
attorney its wiretap evidence.
U.S. District Judge William P.
Gray ruled that there was no
national security issue involved
and therefore wiretap evidence
of the government violated the

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the killing of two students at Jackson State.
After the crack of guns, four of us were gone and
again, two at Jackson State-all in senselessly, early, cruel
death, White said.
Except for the families, none match either our loss or
our feeling of commemoration. We gather to express that
unity and our mutual longing.
Plastic cones and cards with the letters A, B, C. and D
were positioned at the four sites at 10 pin. Monday
following a brief program by 2,000 students and faculty
that included a prayer and folk songs.
As the vigil began, between 1,500 and 2,000 students,
none speaking above a whisper, marched four abreast
from the commons, off the campus, made a loop down
main street and returned.
Then the students moved to their posts and the vigil
began in near freezing weather.
The four days of observance of the anniversary of the
students death began Saturday and have been peaceful
throughout.

Fourth Amendment of the
Constitution.
The government was ordered
to disclose to the defendant
those portions of wiretaps that
were taken in Hilliard's home or
on which Hilliard's voice
appeared. He said the alternative
to this was dismissal of the case.
Rogers to hold
critical talks in Cairo
CAIRO (UPI) Secretary of
State William P. Rogers arrived
in Cairo Tuesday for delicate
and critical talks that could hold
the fate of peace or war in the
Middle East.
His primary aim was to work
out an interim agreement
between Israel and Egypt that
could open the Suez Canal and
lead eventually to a permanent
settlement.
Thedisagreementwas so
deep Cairo has spoken openly of
the possibility of a new Mideast
War.
Egyptian political source said
before his arrival that the success
of his mission will depend on
the extent of American
readiness to put pressure on
Israel.

Cuban BxiUs given
suspended sentences
HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI)
A federal judge has given
suspended sentences to five
Cuban exiles convicted of
conspiracy to supply anti
Castro guerrilla groups with

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stolen Ml 6 rifles.
About 40 weapons were
stolen from Colt's fiartford
plant in late 1969 axift 1970, and
then given to several guerrilla
groups operating in Florida,
including Alpha 66, the
organization involved in the
aborted 1961 Bay of Pigs
invasion, according to federal
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|UF netters bow to FSU
Jin final match of the year

I By CHRIS LANE
Alligator Sports Editor
FSUs Seminole tennis team
I beat a warpath to the Gator
I courts Monday and scalped
coach Bill Potters tribe, 5-4, in
UFs final intercollegiate match
I of the season.
I Only the Southeastern
I Conference Championships
I remain for the 10-12 Gators May
I 6-8 in Oxford, Miss. UF posted a
U .455 percentage on the year.
Sophomore Ray Heidema
I registered a victory for the

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. dropped singles match to FSU, 6-4,6-2
Lighted back nine added
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to West End Golf Course

Playing a full 18 holes of golf
in the twilight hours has become
a reality for Gainesville students
and residents Tuesday following
the dedication of the newly
lighted back nine at the West
End Golf Course. f?
The back nines 2,100 yards
l>nngs the course distance to
4,100 yards to make it the
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Gators in the number one singes
match by defeating John
DeZeeuw, 2-6,6-3 and 7-5.
Gator Standout Buddy Miles
scored UFs only other single
win by downing FSITs Juan
Ortiz, 5-7,7-5 and 6-3.
Four Gators filling out the
single field all went down in

vapor lamps will illuminate the
fairways for evening golfers.

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defeat to their Seminole
opponents.
Ride Knight fell to Ricardo
Berad in the number two slot,
6-1 and 6-3 while Rusty Addie
bowed to Steve Diamond, 64,
4-6 and 6-3.
UFs Kenn Terry lost to his
opponent, Refean Genois in the
number five posistion, 64 and
6-2 and Senior Bruce Bartlett,
playing his last home match of
his UF career, lost to Richard
Legendre, 64 and 64.
The Gators were still in the
game right up to the final
doubles match which saw FSU
score an easy victory over the
Bing Nobles Knight duo, 6-1
and 64. Genois and Legendre
daimed the victory for the
Seminoles.
Miles and Terry combined in
the number one doubles berth to
crush the DeZeeuw Berad
team, 64,8-10 and 64.
The Heidema and Addie
combination knotted the score
at 4-4 when they defeated Ortiz
Diamond, 7-5 and 6-1.
Nobles and Knight then lost
their number three doubles
match to give the Seminoles
their second straight victory over
the Gators. FSU won the initial
match earlier in the season, 6-3.
Bowling team
sweeps tourney
Floridas bowling team
captured first place in the
Georgia Tech Invitational
Tournament this past weekend
in Atlanta.
Joe Zappia won both the
singles and all events with an
average of 197 for 15 games.
John Rhoday and Larry Beck
finished in third in the doubles
while Rex Wallin tied Beck for
fourth in singles.
Flip Schemer led the Gators
with a 999-five game total.

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l# The Florida ANigrtor, Wednesday, May S, IS7I

JIMMY CARNES

Gives opportunity for participation
t.

(EDITOR'S NOTE This is
the first of two parts on track
coach Jimmy Dimes. Sports
writer Lee Dehmlow spent a
good part of an afternoon this
past week speaking with Games.)
* ?
By LEE DEHMLOW
> Alligator Sports Writar
Jimmy Carnes is young, at 36,
to be a head coach at a major
university.
He was still out to lunch when
I came, so 1 had to wait a few
minutes in his outer office.
Scattered about the room were a
number of trophies that Carnes
and his track teams have won in
his seven years at UF. In one
bookcase was a framed cOverfrom
Coach and Athlete magazine
showing Carnes and one of his
porteges, high jumper Ron
Jourdan.
Before he came to Florida he
was head track coach at Druid
Hills High School in Atlanta
where his track and
cross-country teams ended with
a six-year record of 95-7.
All the losses were in
cross-country. His track teams
won 52 straight dual meets and
both the track and cross-country
teams won three state
championships.
In 1962, he went to Furman
University in South Carolina
where he compiled a 40-5 record
and won three Southern
Conference crowns.
The spring of 1964 found the
UF searching for a young coach
to rebufld its track and
cross-country programs.
Last Friday, Florida lost its
fifth dual meet since Carnes
came to Gainesville in 1964.
They have won over 50
including countless relay
championships and individual
honors gathered during his
tenure.
When he came in, Carnes was
deemed in wine-colored flares
and a white shirt with patterned
stripes of little blue and gold
diamonds. His style of dress is
not form the old school of
coaches. Neither is his style of
coaching.
My main philosophy of
coaching is to allow every
individual an opportunity to
participate. I dwell on
participation," Carnes said. I
think it's just as improtant for
an individual to compete in
soccer or volleyball or whatever
it might be as it is for one to
participate in front of 60,000
people in the Olympics or at a
football stadium," Carnes said as
he sat behind his big
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ellipse-shaped desk.
Carnes wanted to be a
basketball coach and didn't
compete in varsity track until he
was senior in college.
*1 found that any individual
in track and field could
participate in some area. In
buketbuDl found that I had to
limit the team to ten or fifteen
boys. But, in track, we had 17S
boys at the hjgh school running,
and every one had an
opportunity to participate and
have some kind of goal to attain.
No one mt on the bench. That is
the reason that I have devoted
my tine to track and field,
Dunes stated.
Much of life is finding ways
to enjoy life and put forth some
type goal," he continued. The
paneled walls of Carnes' office
attest to this, as they are laden
with plaques and trophies, won
as past goals were attained.
On one wall is a three-foot
high picture of miler Jim Ryun
crossing the finish line with all
the judges peering at their
stopwatches. Another picture
shows a high jumper clearing the
bar.

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To me, participation is the
most important thing in athletics
- it's not how many spectators
are there, not making money.
But the coaches and teachers
guiding the huvldnal into some
sort of participation, that is
most important.
The second most important
thing is to find success. If an
individual can't find success in
an endeavor, hell quit. Perhaps
our secret is in our efforts to
find away to make an individual
successful in an event. And if he
couldn't find success in one,
we'd move him to another," he
stated in his soft-spoken
Southern drawl.
The third thing is to give the
boys the proper recognition
after that. Recognition is an
important factor in everybody's
life. If you can find away to
brag about someone he will
work harder to receive that,
much more than pay
especially youngsters."
Carnes has one of the moat
comprehensive programs in track
and field In the country. In
cooperation with the GdnesviDe

Jaycees, he started a junior track
and field program where
youngsters from the age of five
get a chance to participate
during the summer.
Carnes has a plaque in his
office that declares him the
Outstanding Young Educator
of Florida for 1969-70 from
the Florida Jaycees.
Next is his high school lecture
and clinic program where Cames
and his staff travel about the
state developing and teaching
high school programs.
Then comes the university
level program, with its own
credentials of success. After that
comes the nationally famous
Florida Track Chib which boasts
such names as Jack Bachelor and
Frank Shorter.
We also have a joggers
program and have formed a
Booster's Club to help promote
or. other programs, Cames
continued enthusiastically. In
addition to all these things, we
have the United States Track
Coaching School.
What we are offering is an
opportunity for coaches to come

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and- meet with other great
coaches in a participation-type
school to learn how to coach.
Now if a coach goes back to
school, he has to study other
subjects to get a degree, without
getting a chance to study
first-hand tried and proven
coaching methods.
Last summer, we were able
to get three hours of graduate
credit for it. I am hoping that
someday colleges and
universities will recognize
coaching as a real, true
profession and provide a degree
of some nature. I like to call it a
Master of Coaching Science
degree. They have it in Europe,
but not here," he lamented.
Cames knows a bit about
Europe as he spent last summer
on the continent touring as an
assistant coach for the United
States AAU track team. He also
has served as an Olympic
training coach at Lake Tahoe in
1968 and has been nominated
for a spot as coach for the 1972
US Olympic team.



I PERLMUTTPb
executive sports editor j^W
am
Iftanquef circuit:
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I funny happening
I Listening to some of the comments made at annual banquets can
really crack a person up.
B And the Hall of Fame Luncheon this past weekend was no
I exception.
| Master of ceremonies for the luncheon which honored the new
I members of the Florida Hall of Fame was Dick Stratton, former host
I for the weekly Florida Football Highlights show.
| Welcome to the luncheon Stratton began. Not a funny line, but
H there was more to come. Were sorry that Red Mitchum will not be
I on the program today.
You see the committee narrowed it down for this job to me and
I Mitchum, and he lost, Stratton added.
Along about midway through his initial speech, Stratton paused a
I moment and announced that I hare just received a bulletin, and Red
I Mitchum will be on the slate. The reaction was one of cheers and
I laughter as Mitchum walked to the dais.
§ While in the main light, Mitchum presented a plaque to head coach
I Doug Dickey for the person who did more for Florida football by
1 coming back and coaching then he did while playing.
. Mitchum, of course didnt just walk to the platform and present the
1 award. There was a brief five minute speech which touched all bases
I on insulting, recognizing and harrassing old teammates.
Dickey, after being put into place verbally by Mitchum, retaliated.
Red, I cant say that by accepting this award Im lucky. But after
I playing behind you (Mitchum was an offensive lineman in front of
I quarterback Dickey in 1954), lam lucky to be living, Dickey said.
I During the introduction before golfer Bob Murphy received his
I award a story was told of how Murphy suggested not to take any
I chances.
| After hitting his tee shot on a par four hold, Murphy had a difficult
I lie from under a tree. Im going to hit a three-iron low and skim it
I twice across the lake and have it bounce unto the green, Murphy told
I his playing partner. He then proceeded to do exactly that as the ball
I skipped twice across the lake and stopped within 15 feet of the flag.
His partner then asked whether he should play a three-wood, have
the ball skip once across the lake and have it roll onto the green.
Theres no sense in taking any chances, Murphy told his partner.
The rhetorical version of a blocked punt, Norm Carlson, accepted
the award for Murphy, who was in New Orleans participating in the
New Orleans Open.
At the Gator Tip-off club annual awards banquet last month,
basketball coach Tommy Bartlett broke up the gathering when he told
the high school prospects what they should do.
Bartlett took the microphone following the Director of Christian
Athletes* (Dr. Loreen Young) speech. In that talk, Dr. Young told of
Kow Bill Bradley was doing it for someone else and not for himself.
This prompted Bartlett to tell the athletes gathered that when you
decide where you want to go to school, dont pick Florida for
yourself, do it for me.
Here is a warning for those who attend the regular ritual of the
knife and fork circuit. If the invocation lasts more than a minute, you
should get ready for a long banquet.
And if the gpest speaker announces at the beginning of his address
that he is not going to give a speech, you should be ready for an
ordeal.
In Saturday* luncheon, both the above happened as the prayer was
five minutes long and Spessard Holland, the guest speaker, told that
he was not going to speak so that everyone could get to the Lettermans
day football game.
Holland talked for 10 minutes.
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By MILTON RICHMAN
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NEW YORK Johnny Unitas is pretty sure hell
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Dont go spoiling everything though by asking
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Achilles tendons, after theyve been ton, aren't
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Meanwhile, friends, well-wishers and just plain
people keep wanting to tell Johnny Unitas they're
pulling for him to make it back.
Weeb Ewbank, the New York Jets' coach, is an
old friend and an old softie along with it. He never
wants to see anybody get hurt either with his club
or with some other dub. Besides, Unitas used to be
his quarterback with the Colts so the other day
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the phone and called him.
Keep on playing paddle ball, Ewbank opened
tile conversation. lf yon tear up the other leg
youre helping the old man that much more.
Seriously though, ati of us here are very sorry but
we know youll be back.
Unitas recognized his old boss' voice and then
Ewbanks said to him: Here, talk to Matt Snell
sitting right beside me. He's been through the same
thing you have.
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Fair, said Unitas, but tell me, how do you
feel?
Great, Snell said. Im running now, playing
handball and everything else. My leg doesnt bother
me at all. If someone told me six months ago I'd be
playing handball now I'd have told him he was
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That makes me feel good, said Unitas, who
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You'll be all right, Snell assured him. After
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>. The Florida Alligator, Wadnday. May 6,1971

Allen KemptOn demonstrates how to win trick skiing
. .. former UF skier caputred the title in recent meet in Tampa
Greats out to even score

By ED ARNONE
Alligator CorrMpondent
The Gator Greats are out to
even the score in their second
annual clash with the Intramural
All-Stars.
Jim Yarbrough, former tight
end for the Gators, and
spokesman for the Greats said
his team is serious about wanting
to avenge last years 26-22
defeat.
We realize that were playing
a well-organized team, a good
group of athletes, Yarbrough
said. Last year we didn't really
work at preparing for the game.
This year we have.
In that upset last year,
All-Star quarterback Hank
Salzler connected on 28 of 44
passes. Ex-basketball player
Mike Rollyson was Salzlers top
receiver, snagging seven of his
aerials, three for touchdowns.
The All-Stars led 19-7 at the
half, scoring three of the first
four times they had the ball. In
the second half, the Greats were
forced to play catch-up, but
couldnt overcome the Stars lead.
Fonner Heisman Trophy
winner Steve Spurrier hit on 38
of 56 attempts in a losing cause.
His favorite target was Larry
Smith, now with the Los
Angeles Rams, who hauled in
eight passes for 104 yards.
This years game will be
played at 7:30 pjn. Thursday at
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Ski team defeated:
first loss in 4 years
By RICHARD MOFFETT
Alligator Correspondent
Defeat for the Gator Ski Team was something new last weekend in
Tampa. Going into Sundays intercollegiate tournament, the UFers
held a four-year string of consecutive wins.
Hosted by the victorious University of Tampa, the second
tournament of the season began with a dismal showing by the UF
mens slalom team.
Fielding the most experienced 5-man squad ever, only Tony Krupa
could get on the scoreboard for the Gators. His run of five buoys at
34 mph placed him fourth which put the team in fifth position at the
start of the tournament.
The event was won by slalom champion Ricky McCormick of Polk
Junior College who completed a perfect pass in rough water at 36
mph.
Saturday's final event, the womens ski jumping, was won by Linda
Lewis, the most consistent female tournament skier. Miss Lewis' best
jump of 52' was contested by the determined efforts of teammate
Poppy Johnson. Miss Johnson's first of 3 jumps netted her an injured
shoulder when die took an upside down spill.
Miss Lewis, who also placed fifth in women's trick sking, won the
women's slalom event. Teammate Cindy Perkins finished sixth in the
25 skier field.
Mens trick sking was won by World Team member Alan Kempton.
He was followed by Tony Krupa. Pete Von Bampus and Sonny
Craddock finished with impressive performances in the trick event
placing fourth and fifth respectively.
UF trailed by 800 points behind the leader going into the final
event.
Bill Cox, a Gator standout in jumping, leaped a wild 101 feet for
fourth place in the men's jump. Proving the jump teams depth were
Dick Moffett, jumping 96 feet and Manuel Villegas' 95-foot jump to
place fifth and sixth in the event.
Finishing first in men's jumping with 770 points, the Gators could
not even approach the overwhelming lead by the University of Tampa
with an overall score of 3035 points to 2405 for the U of F.
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