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Vol. 63, No. 133

Must still pass both houses
Committee votes for SSO tuition hike

I
I yjHBMs;
Ira Turner
increase will deny some

Parker to sue
Director Graves

By MARIAN JEDRUSIAK
Alligator Awlgnnunts Editor
John Parker, former assistant
track coach and controversial
Alligator columnist, is suing UF
Athletic Director Ray Graves for
violation of his civil rights.
The 23-year-old law student
and distance runner for the
Florida Track Club claims that
Graves violated the first and
fourteenth amendments
guaranteeing freedom of speech
and of the press, when he fired
him from his jobs Nov. 4 as
assistant track coach, dorm
counselor and Yon HaU training
table worker.
The dismissal followed a
controversy centering around
the formation of the Florida
League of Athletes.
hiker had helped form the
organization and had written
bwhl flolnmn* in Alligator
which were critical of the
policies of the Athletic
*T think well probably be
giving the Athletic Association
and other people around die
state, who think like they do, a
rather expensive lesson about
the Constitution,'* Parker said.
The complaint and summons
firing for $11,650 in damages
was mailed to the Federal
District Court in Tallahassee
Thursday. In his three jobs with
the athletic department Parker
received S3O a week phis free
room and board.
Parker wifl be acting as his
mm £

The
Florida Alligator

By RANDY BELLOWS
Alligator Staff Writer
The House Appropriations
committee, in a move designed
to place more fiscal
responsibility on students, voted
a proposed SSO tuition hike
Friday.
The recommendation must
still meet House, Senate and the
governor's approval before it
becomes law.
Committee approval followed,
by more than three weeks, Gov.
Reubin Askew's executive
budget recommendation of a
$25 tuition hike.
Speaking before the
appropriations committee, prior

think I'm eminently qualified,"
he said.
Graves is currently in Europe
on a worldwide tour given him
by the UF alumni. He has 20
days in which to reply.
The League of Athletes,
which has since been dissolved
and changed into the
Letterman's Club, was formed
following the dismissal of two
members of the tennis team,
Ralph Hart and Dan Landrun.
Tennis Coach Bill Potter felt
their hair to be excessively long.
Other issues upon which the
League was formed included a
representative voice of athletes
concerning the athletic
(See Parkerpage 3)

Recent campus crisis neglected
-Ml ; Hi ?.,* (
by mass media, BSU claims

By MARIAN JEDRUSIAK
Aiiftor AaipnMnti Editor
In an effort to clarify what it
calls a "paucity of information,'*
die Black Student Union (BSU)
has issued a statement of its
position concerning the events

University of Florida, Gainesville

to approval, Rep. Terrell
Sessums, (D-Tampa) said, With
costs constantly going up, and
the great need of the state for
funds, we just feel we will have
to call on students."
The increase, if implemented,
would mean annual tuition costs
for Florida residents of S6OO
and non-Florida students of
SISOO.
Sessums said about $lO of the
SSO increase would go into a
revolving loan program for
needy students.
Its not in final form yet,
Rep. Ralph Turlington
(D-Gainesville) said. Turlington,
an appropriations committee

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UF President Stephen C.
O'Connell's office to present a
list of demands.
We don't think we've had
complete, unbiased access to the
mass media," BSU Minister of
Information Earl Wilcox said.
The national media has
focused on the events (antiwar
pretests) in Wadkington which
has somewhat hampered die

member continued, The house
will probably get the bill a week
from this Tuesday."
Hopefully well work out
something favorable to needy
students but unless there's some
change the bill will include a SSO
tuition hike.
The proposal, doubling the
governor's recommendation,
may meet with opposition when
debate begins on the House
floor.
Concern now centers on the
effect of the tuition hike on
already needy students. I can
only say," Ira Turner, director
of the UF Office of Financial
Aid, predicted that a continued

national coverage of our
situation," he said.
The BSU claims the UF has
vigorously, purposely and
systematically excluded black
students and faculty since its
inception," with the result being
a separate educational system"
perpetuating the notion of black
incompetence in contrast to
white superiority."

Rudd and Susan Baum. Tha scene depicts the birth
of their first child.

Monday, May 10, 1971

increase in costs will deny an
education to more people than
present."
Turner said the only answer
may be increase state-wide
participation in a combined
work-grant-loan program. He
said the ten dollars that will go
towards student loans, if the SSO
increase passes, would generate
approximately $600,000 more
in financial aid.
But that will just about
cover the people now receiving
financial aid who will need to
borrow more."
It's obvious now," Turner
(See Hikepage 3)

According to the BSU,
changes in black-white
relationships on campus have
been token and superficial. It
uses as an example the black
student and faculty populations.
Out of a student population of
approximately 22,000 the UF
claims a black student
(See Black'page 3)



Page 2

; The Florida Alligator, Monday, May 10,1071

Radical students
irk Senate to act

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI)
- A small, loosely organized
minority of radical college
students across Florida has put
the large, well-organized
majority of the State Senate in a
fighting mood that has stripped
education of its sacred cow*'
role.
The Senates current get
tough** attitude toward the
traditional laissez faire
atmosphere on campus has
resulted in passage of bills
either in committee or on the
Senate floor that would:
Abolish the Board of
Regents as a buffer between
education and politics.
ft jQtptlaw invitation of radical
speakers to state-supported
campuses.
Jail anyone who speaks in
favor of violence on campus.
Scrap tenure privileges of
faculty members.
Require university
professors to spend at least 12
hours per week in the classroom,
and junior college instructors to
lecture at least 15 hours per
week.

Senator Chiles said of May Day.
It was a seige, a battleground

See Related Story Page 4
By DARRELL HARTMAN
Alligator Staff Writer^
United States Sen. Lawton
Chiles, speaking at a UF College
of Law reunion banquet
Saturday night, said the
disruptive demonstrations in
Washington last week are the
type that could bring down the
entire fabric of society.'*
Democracy didn't function
Monday," Chiles told the
alumni. It was a seige, a
battleground."
Chiles said the group that
came to stop the process of
government was creating
disorder and repression.
Without law we would have
had complete anarchy," said
Chiles.
Chiles commended, however,
the veterans who went to
Washington three weeks ago and
the 250,000 demonstrators two
weeks ago.

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Ironically, most of the bills
were pre-filed before the recent
disturbances at UF. The bill
making it a felony to advocate
violence on campus, sponsored
by Sen. David McClain,
R-Tampa, was prompted by
speeches at UF and Florida State
University by Abbie Hoffman.
By the time it cleared the
Senate last week, it had picked
up 36 co-sponsors and drew only
one dissenting vote.
Let's have one thing
understood: 1 have no complaint
with the students,'* Senate
President Jerry Thomas,
D-Jupiter, said in an interview.
1 sure have a complaint with
the system that those in a
position of responsibility have
allowed to develop.
A leading advocate of
abolishing the Board of Regents,
Thomas was among the first to
protest the open visitation*'
policy on campus which lets
men visit women in their
dormitory rooms. The regents
promptly voted 4-3 to end the
policy at the close of this
quarter.

Sen. Lawton ChNt
... speaks at reunion banquet
The veterans spoke from
personal experience. They
talked, listened and
communicated," said Chiles.
Their straight talk made many
people mad, but it made many
others think."
Chiles said there was not one
major instance of disturbance
when Washington was swamped

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with peace advocates the
following week. They had a
message and they got it across
well," said Chiles.
But the disorders last week
caused a suspension of privileges
for everyone. Innocent people
were arrested. I almost got
arrested myself. I saw hard-hats
attacking long-hairs, and I saw
motorists trying to run people
down," said Chiles.
Now I realize what happens
when anarchy occurs. This is not
going to solve our problems,"
Chiessaid.
Revolution is throwing out
the old and bringing in the
new," said Chiles. It can be
peaceful or violent. Our country
started with a revolution to
bring about freedom."
Chiles then read from the U.S.
Constitution and the Declaration
of Independence.
These ate moving words. I
don't read anything about
repression of resistance here. I
see words of fulfillment and

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growth," said Chiles.
Chiles said the main
revolution in this country now
was the industrial and
technological revolution. For
the first time we can provide for
everyones needs we can
realize a surplus," said Chiles.
We no longer have to be a
nation of haves and have-nots.
Everyone can work out their
own destiny.
Chiles had been introduced by
UF President Stephen C.
OConnell, toastmaster at the
banquet. Chiles then turned to
OConnell, and referring to the
withdrawals of the black
students at UF, Chiles said, No
one has done more for the
university than you.
I cant understand how
anyone else could not
understand that. If people
realized that, they would know
there is no problem that can't be
solved here. If they have the
interest I know that you have,
our problems could be solved."

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Black enrollment disproportionate

population of 365. This is prior
to the withdrawal of black
students following the events of
April 15.
. The first copunitment of the
state university"system should be
the educatiotjr of those students
who support and finance it,'* die
statement reads Obviously
black Americans hold a lower
status than foreign students.
Moreover, when we
eliminate from the 365 those
students who are black African
and West Indian, and those who
are part-time, the total becomes
251 (black American full-time
students).
The statement also notes that
there are approximately 10
black faculty members out of a
total of 2,650 faculty members.
The group says it has made
use of a rational low-key
approach to persuade
university administrators to alter
policy in order to cease the
unfair distribution of education
and decision-making, but they
claim their attempts have been
unsuccessful.
The BSU presented a list of
10 demands to the
administration 18 months ago
Hike. .
continued, that we will have to
inform any students applying for
financial aid between now and
the start of school that our
funds are already being
consumed. We have over 4,000
applications already on hand.
Student response, ranging
from incredible" to I
wouldn't be able to attend
college next year" was
immediate and vocal.
I can't say exactly what we
plan on doing now, Bill
Watson, vice president of the
student lobby group, United
Student Action (USA) said.
We've tried just about
everything letters, petitions,
talking. We'll probably just do
more of the same.

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calling for increased black
faculty, staff, administrators and
students, and the upgrading of
black employes.
As of April 15, 1971, those
demands remained unresolved.
Furthermore, no aggressive
efforts were being made to seek
their fruition, the statement
said.
Following the April 15 events
and the mass withdrawal of the
black students the University
Senate approved the report of an
ad hoc committee headed by Dr.
John F. Baxter to support
strongly the intent of the BSU's
request.
The proposal asked that
department chairmen, directors,
supervisors, and deans work with
black administrators who are
supposed to arrive in the
summer and fall, to strengthen
Parker .
association, dress codes and
open house policies.
In my opinion, anyone on
the payroll should be loyal to
program, Graves said at that
At
time.
Now there are even some
football players with mustaches
and there are tennis players with
hair longer than those guys (Hart
and Landrum) ever had, Parker
said concerning athlete-coach
relations following the
formation of the League.
Parker will be collecting
money for a war chest to help
finance the case.
The more money you spend
the better job you can do, he
said, 111 take it to court if 1
have to use green stamps.

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recruitment of black faculty
students and staff.
Dr. Thomas Cole, president of
Wiley College in Texas has been
hired as assistant dean of
Academic Affairs. He is to
assume his duties as of July 1.
His job will be to coordinate the
recruitment of black faculty and
staff
In a statement issued by UF
President Stephen C. O'Connell,
April 28, he said, The
university has intensified its
recruitment program to hire
more black faculty and plans to
intensify its recruiting efforts, in
order to increase the number of
black faculty and staff.
In addition to the hiring of
Dr. Cole he cited the hiring of
Dr. Harold Black, assistant
professor of economics and Dr.
Harold Tucker in the College of
Education, as progress in the
area of black recruitment of
faculty.
Coordinator for
Disadvantaged Students Roy
Mitchell, who resigned after the
mass withdrawal of black
students, said Sunday that
efforts to actively recruit blade
faculty and staff leaves
something to be desired. He
said that no formal
organizational structure exists
which could actively recruit
qualified teachers and
administrators.
He said although Dr. Cole had
been hired, the newly created
position of assistant dean for
Student Affairs was not filled as
yet and that in effect, nothing is
being done now.
If Dr. Cole comes, the fruits
of his labors would not be
realized until September of 1972
at the very soonest, Mitchell
said.
Mitchell said he had been
notified that no line items are
available Tor the 1971-72
academic year. He suggested that
a freeze should be made on job

applications and a data bank put
together, which would contain
at least 20 resumes which
Mitchell has of black instructors
and administrators available for
hiring.
So far one department
chairman has approached
Mitchell for further information
on hiring black administrators or
instructors.

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Mitchell vacated his office last
week after two requests by Vice
President for Student Affairs
Lester Hale.
The 66 students who were
arrested for sitting in at
OConnells office had their
arraignment postponed last
week, since the parents of the
students had not yet been
notified.

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Page 4

Law reunion: criminal justice / jails

By DARRELL HARTMAN
Alligator Writer
The UF College of Law
reunion seminar Saturday
morning at the law auditorium
presented some conflicting
opinions on the topic
Channeling change through law
and reason our system of
criminal justice.
Jacksonville State Attorney T.
Edward Austin, who was
assigned last week to investigate
the recent disorders at the state
prison at Raiford said, the
scales of justice have tipped too
far toward the criminal.
Dr. James Bax, outgoing
director of the State Division of
Health and Rehabilitation
Services, then chided those who
cry for law and order, but who
refine to look at the total
picture and ask for more taxes
to achieve preventative law
enforcement.
Also speaking were Richard
Myren, dean of the School of
Criminal Justice at Hie State
University of New York at
Albany; Dr. Harold M. Stahmer,
UF dean of the College of Arts
and Sciences and Professor Karl
C. Warden of toe UF College of
Law.
Austin said he was in favor of
toe criminal being protected by
law but toe state, which
prosecutes criminal cases,
needed laws in its favor to
balance the rights of the
accused.
I feel sometimes that this
generation thinks it discovered
and wrote the bin of rights.
While crime is up 400 per cent in

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women of the presidents
committee to study
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will be held tonight at 7 p.m. in
room 347 Reitz Union.
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Tuesday at 5:30,8,10:30.
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toe last 15 years, all we hear is a
call for more civil rights for toe
accused.
Every time you extend a
right for the accused, you
diminish the chances of the
people from protecting
themselves, Austin said.
Austin pointed out that the
U.S. Constitution stressed public
order more than civil rights.
I reject toe idea of change at
too fast a pace, Austin said.
We should evaluate every step
carefully before embarking on a
new system. And don't give the
nature of man credit for having
changed too much.
Austin said away of speeding
up the backlogged courts would
be to take many petty crimes
out of the jurisdiction of toe
state courts. Forty per cent of
our cases are alcoholic related
petty offenses, said Austin.
This is what is tying up toe
courts.
Bax, who leaves his post in
July, said, we don't need more
law and order when we currently
have more laws on toe books
than can be enforced.
There are 15,000 heroin
addicts hi Dade County, said
Ba&. If toe law against heroin is
to be enforced and we were to
jafl these 15,000 people, we
would need 15 new prisons. And
we would stffl have 99 per cent
fafture.
People who cry for law and
order should have toe guts to
stand up and levy taxes for
rehabilitation, juvenile centers
and mental hospitals, said Bax.
Bax blamed state legislators
for not taking toe responsibility
on themselves for solving the

Latinamericanists: Interested
members of the university
community are invited to a
Latin American Colliquim on
Wednesday night at 8 in room
427 GIS Building.
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Cuban Students: The Federation
of Cuban Students will meet on
Wednesday night at 8:30 in
room C 4 Union.
Law Wives: There is a meeting
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problems of criminal justice.
Bax then read an exerpt from
a statement by the Law Students
Civil Rights Research Council
that read:
We are appalled at the
conditions that exist at Raiford.
Such problems as inmate
beatings, lack of legal services,
lack of adequate medical
treatment, lack of adequate
inmate supervision and
rehabilitation and overcrowding
of cells can no longer be
tolerated.
But it will be tolerated, said
Bax. Take a look at the
balanced budget toe legislature
turned out. It will be tolerated
whether you like it or not. The
legislators are the only people
who can make these programs
work.
Rai ford houses 3,500
people in a warehouse, said
Bax. Credit toe stupidity of toe
people in government for ever
having built an institution that
size. Rehabilitation is a big joke
to me and to toe inmates. Zoo

auditorium. Howard Appledorf
will speak on health food.
Rat movies: Satyricon will be
shown in the Rathskellar
tonight, Aquarius Tuesday
night and Taurus on
Wednesday night. Admission for
each film is 25 cents.
Christian Renewal: The
Christian Student Renewal will
meet tonight at 8 in room 357
of the Reitz Union. The Rev.
James Ferrell will be the guest
speaker. Everyone is invited.

keepers are paid more than
Raiford guards.
Retired U.S. Supreme Court
Justice Tom Clark was not able
to attend the seminar, but an
interview, taped Friday, was
played.
Clark said the most pressing
need in criminal justice reform
was to get judges involved in toe
prison system.
The judge should know what
happens to the prisoner after he
is sentenced. Follow-up is
needed to determine which type
of sentencing will do the most
good.
Clark also called penitentiaries
graduate schools of crime.
half-way houses are at the wrong
end, said Clark. We should
put the convicted in a half-way
house before he goes to jail. This
way, he might never get toe
exchange of criminology he
would normally get in a
penitentary.
Clark also called for more
uniformity between state laws
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and between state and federal
laws.
Stahmer and Myren said
liberal arts programs should be
blended into the law school
studies.
Stahmer, saying he was a
humanist, said imagination,
passion and concern are needed
in criminal justice. It becomes
troublesome when law and
reason are not doing their job of
channeling change, said
Stahmer.
Myren said liberal arts create
an understanding of the self and
society. A combination of
learning, teaching and doing, on
the research and service level
should be integrated into the law
schools, said Myren.
Lawyers and law schools
must change. They should not
be isolated from the campus.
This 18-acre spot is an example
of isolation, said Myren. The
law school is the campus
dinosaur. It must change or it
will become extinct.

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Dr. F. W. Conner leaves UF

By Alligator Services
Dr. Frederick W. Conner, vice
president for academic affairs at
UF since 1968, win retire from
that position Sept. 1 to accept a
position at the University of
Alabama at Birmingham as
director of the Division of
Humanities.
UF President Stephen C.
OConneU announced Conners
retirement plans Friday, paying
high tribute to the great
contribution Conner has made
to the University.
Comer returned to UF in
1966 from his position as dean

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Beaty has been associated with UF since 1925 and continued to
contribute his service to the university after his retirement in 1960
with over 36 years of service to thousands of students.
Upon his retirement he was named director of the Alumni
Association Loyalty Fund and later served as a consultant to the
University Relations and Development offices.
The residence halls which will bear his name are the newest and
largest at UF. The 13- and 14-story towers were designed to
accommodate 800 students in suite-type facilities and have become
campus landmarks since they were opened in 1968.
During his years at UF Beaty served as dean of student personnel
from 1956-60, dean of students from 1939-1949 and dean of men in
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of the University of Alabamas
College of Arts an previously served with the UF
faculty from 1935-61 as
professor of English and
assistant dean of toe Graduate
School.
In Europe at the present time
combining vacation and
professional activity by lecturing
in a number of foreign
universities Conner cited his
desire to return to his field of
greatest interest and longtime
association the humanities
as his reason for retiring.
O'Connell said Conner is an

articulate man of great
sensitivity whose fine sense of
humor and high degree of
intellect make him an excellent
teacher. When the university
had need for Dr. Conners
administrative abilities he
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he said.
Conner is a native of
Rochester, N.Y., and a graduate
of the University of Rochester.
He holds the master's and Ph.D.
degrees from the University of
Pennsylvania.
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be started immediately.

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, Thu Florida Alligator. Monday May ML 4971

r Dark of the Moonopens tonight

By KEITH ELROD
Alligator Conrwpondant
Howard Richardson and
William Bcmeys Award-winning
folk fantasy, Dark of the
Moon, opens tonight in UFs

Dramatis personae

Bob Rudd John, the witch boy
Rusty Setting ... .Conjur Man
Susan Diner .Conjur Woman
Janice Siaemore.. Dark Witch
Susan Johnson ....Pair Witch
Jon Schwartz .. Hank Gudger
Rina Carney .. Edna Summey
Phfi Latham ... .Mr. Summey
Lerfie Picker.. .Mis. Summey
Dana PreWer ... Miss Metcalf
Ron Pemee Mr. Atkins
Alan Winson;... .Mr. Jenkins
Mike Ward... Unde Smeticue
Greg Hauach.... Floyd Alien
Ed Walker Mr. Bergen
Pat Baur Mrs. Bergen
Kim Hart Burt Dinwitty
Sue Haynia. .Greeny Gorman
Larry Winson-. Leafy Gorman
Renee MandeD Hattie Heflher
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'Drug freefestival nearly ready

By CARL CRAWFORD
Alligator Assignments Editor
Preparations for the drug free Gainesville Music
Festival, to be held on a 90-acre private farm 23
miles southwest of Gainesville, are almost
completed according to festival promoters. >
The Rose Community Center is helping to
sponsor the event to be held May 22-23.
The peoreoten said they are *ll working on the
stage and eaaitary fedUtfas to be installed. Artists
are needed to work on tigns directing people to die
festival grounds.
People planning to attend the festival are urged to
bring nasenny gupphcs to apend a night on the
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The play, a legend with music
and based on an old Scottish
ballad, is the result of five weeks
of concentrated rehearsals which
blends music, song, dance and

Susan Baum ...Barbara Allen
MaUaaa Shepard... Mrs. ABan
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Mary Haddad ....EBa Gorgon
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Krishna House will cook free food provided by the
Rose Community Center.
The festival promotors also issued a position
paper on the use of drugs at the festival.
In the papers the promotore said the Roee
Community Center will not condone any violations
of state and local laws and the festival wffl not be a
haven for drug abuse.
So far, according to promotors, tickets sales have
been good. All thore planning to attend are urged to
buy their tickets early so the promoters can prepare
for the people coming.
Profits from the side of the tickets to the festival
wifi be turned over to the Roee Community Center
and a charity in Long County.
Tickets to the festival are available for $2.50 at
The Roc, Spanish Main, Tuesday Morning, The
Palace, Recordsvffle, Mother Earth and the Bench
and Bar.

dialogue of the Florida Players.
The play is directed by Dr.
Clyde G. Sumpter, assistant
professor of theatre. Dr.
Sumpter is combining the assets
of UFs finest performers,
costumer and special effect
vast.
The playwrights have used
the actual story told in one of
the oldest of the mountain
ballads as their {dot, but have
woven it into a number of songs,
dances, stories and superstitions
of the Smoky Mountain
Community, Dr. Sumpter said.
The script calls for a cast of
25, but Dr. Sumpter expanded it
to 44, including added
townsfolk and a chorus of witch
dancers. The coordination of
this large a group has been Dr.
Sumpters only major problem.
The play relates the story of
John, the witch boy, played by
Bob Rudd, 4AS, who wants to
be human and many Barbara
Allen, played by Susan Baum,
3ED. The fantasy continues as
tire Conjur Woman, despite
protests of the Dark Witch, the

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Drug survey conducted this week

By CARLOS J.LICEA
Alligator Staff Writer
UF students should get the
marijuana survey this week
which is sponsored by Student
Government.
Joel Lipman, a UF pre-med
student is conducting the survey
in conjunction with the Comer
Drug Store. Students should
return it right away, it only
takes two minutes to fill out,"
he urged.
Lipman stressed the results of
the survey will be made known
as soon as die students return
the survey. That is why it*s
important they (students)
answer right away."
According to Comer Drug
Store coordinator John Creech,
the survey would help the
facility by showing trends in
drug usage on campus and in the
community.
Two of the questions in the
survey ask students if they know
of the existence of the Drug
Store and if they know the
facilities available.
Many people don't know we
exist," Creech said, or the
services we offer."
The survey, Creech added,
will serve to indicate the dmg
trends within UF, since most
of our clientele is made up of
people coming from UF."
The new survey will be
compared with a previous survey
on drugs done a year ago for the
Drug Store, and will give an
indication as to the trend of
drug usage in the community
and at UF, he said.
In learning about the trends,
Creech said the need for the
existence of the Drug Store will
be proven. Right now the Drag
Store is going through financial
hardships because of lack of
support among the community.
Some people think we have
city and community support,
but this is not true," Creech
said. The present grant under
which we are operating runs out
June 30."

He indicated the grant may
not be renewed. We need
$4,700 a quarter to operate the
Drug Store."
Creech also pointed out that
the Drug Store does not receive
financial aid from the UF
administration. That is not
true," he said. Help here is
confidential, we don't report to
the adminhtration or the police.

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program."
In speaking about the survey,
Lipman said it was One
hundred per cent confidential.
He added students do not have
to put their name to it or a
number.
Also, the research will be

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However, the survey will not
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Page 8

I. Ths Florida Alligator, Monday, May 10,1971

Editorial
A lesson
in futility
Probably the lesson a Florida student learns the best is
how to deal with frustration and a feeling of futility.
We now have another chance for more study. And we
would like to thank the House Appropriations Committee
for it.
It seems on Friday they passed a bill which would raise
tuition SSO per quarter.
Naturally, students win scream.
Editorially, college papers across the state will lash out at
legislators for failing to consider the students.
Student lobby groups will try to persuade legislators that
S2OO a quarter for undergraduates and $225 for graduates is
just too much for aU but the millionaires.
Legislators wiU turn down their hearing aides and
continue on their merry ways.
And more students will become alienated' from the
system.
For we can urge, plead, demand or lobby, and still tuition
wiU be increased.
Okay, we were resigned to the fact that more money had
to be found. We were almost willing to accept the need for
from sls to $25 more.
But SSO?.
A Knowing it is probably futile, we ask one more time that
the legislature consider the student.
The Florida Board of Regents requested sls. They
thought we could get by on that.
Gov. Reubin Askew requested $25. He thought we could
get by on that.
So what*s with the House Appropriations Committee?
Again, feeling our voices will probably not be heard or
at least heeded we urge the House not to approve this bill.
We dont want more time to do our homework in Futility
435.
Ha-ha-ha! You imperialists have such a good seence of
humorl"

The
Florida
Alligator

,4 The American incursion into these sanctuaries has disrupted the flow of supplies and
broken the back of the enemy. Washington is secure.
Dasher didnt withdraw
primarily to protest racism

By MITCHELL DASHER II
Since your article Dasher
claims UF sub-educating
blacks" was such as gross
misrepresentation of the recent
Board of Regents meeting, I
shall take the liberty to inform
the university community as to
recent events.
Firstly, I did not withdraw
from the university primarily to
protest its racist policies. My
chief reason for withdrawing
stems largely from the fret that I
needed time to present to the
Board of Regents, Chancellor
. Robert Mautz, President
* Stephen O'Connell, interested
members of Floridas Senate and
House, cogent reasons why a
deanship or vice presidency in
minority affairs should be
created at UF.
Since President o*Coonefi was
unwilling at this time** to mk
the board to create the position,
I asked Chairman D. Burke
Kftkr if I could address the
board. Chairman Kftkr and
President OConnell agreed.
Outside of this elementary
reason for withdrawing, 1
considered my withdrawing
symbolic to illustrate the futile
and impotent position that
blacks find themselves placed in
at UFj simply because of birth.
Secondly, throughout the
recent racial crisis. I have not

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Gary Grunder
News Editor

severely criticized** the
president. Moreover, I did not
severely criticize** the president
at the regents meeting in
Pensacola as The Alligator
reported.
During the latter stages of the
negotiations with UF*s
administration, I tried to keep
the dneusrions narrowed to the
proposals presented by the BSU,
thus avoiding the electrically
charged hues of Prrrident
o*ComieQ*s membership hi the
Gakwsvflie Golf and Country
Chib, the collateral doming of
Us resignation as preside* of
UF and his unfortunate
concurrence in the Vkri
Hawkins Case. This cm be
verified by President OConnell
end Dean fulin of the law
center.
Thirdly, at the regents
meeting I sought to

Ken McKinnon
Managing Editor

certain areas of criticism against
the creation of this position at
UF. Namely, that tills would be
a proliferation of departments. I
drew an historical analogy of the
Federal Government stressing
that when the needs of people
change or grow, invariably
additional departments or
divisions are created to meet
them. Clearly, this is the reason
why the departments of HUD,
HEW and Transportation are
mere infants when compared
historically to State and
Treasury.
I also stressed that, perhaps,
the creation of this post might
alleviate the racial mistrust that
blacks and concerned whites
have expressed against the
present administration.
jnnt tune was span
wneieui l cnscusseo now me
president's vice presidents had
fried to inform him that the
Minority Affrin Conncfl had
recommended the creation of
this position two months prior.
Perhaps it shows thdr
incompetence or maybe a
conspiracy.
In good faith, I have tried
along with President OConnell,
Chancellor Mautz, Chairman
Kibkr, Trustee Ferguson, Sen.
McClain to deal with these,
trying issues.
If The Alligator is unable to
report the news fairly as it.
pertains to this issue, perhaps it
should address itself to lesser
public issues.
I expect a public apology
equalling the headline space of
your previous Journalistic
tbeajLric

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Pattern
EDITOR:
Doesnt anybody around here
have an imagination? The
behavior pattern on this campus
has become as predictable as the
sunrise. For those of you who
are new to our campus, allow me
to explain.
Some intellectual antagonist,
that is, a member of the Board
of Regents or the State
Legislature, devises a diabolical
scheme that will help our
university continue its
educational retreat. It is usually
a conservative to ultra-rightwing
idea, politically motivated, and
logically unsound. The Board of
Regents abolishment of open
housing privileges in the dorms is
a good example
The announcement of the
latest scheme starts off a chain
of events that moves like a
reflex. The students become
immediately outraged.
Committees are formed, crowds
get a little larger in the Plaza of
the Americas and freshman
English classes get into really
deep discussions. The Alligator
runs a front page story with, of
course, a comment from Steve
Uhfelder (and usually his picture
because they dont have a
picture of the legislature), plus
related stories on page two and
three. By the following day
Student Government petitions
have been drawn up for the next
meeting of the Student Senate,
Steve Uhfleder has something
new for The Alligator to report
and the antagonist is verbally
destroyed on the editorial page
of The Alligator.
A week later the committee
meetings are cancelled, there ate
again mote dogs than people in
the Plaza of the Americas arid
the diabolical scheme is still with
us.
Do you know what really gets
me about this whole process?
The antagonist knew all along
just exactly what would happen.
In fact, he was counting on it.
Standing up to student unrest
gets votes. Men like Jerry
Thomas arent nearly as dumb as
they act. But when we go
through the same old routine
time after time we ARB as dumb
as we act Nobody wins a
ballgame when the opposition
knows their every move.

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The next time some
intellectual antagonist comes up
with a diabolical scheme, lets
ignore it. Better yet, lets come
do something really unexpected.
Any ideas?
Alan Stonewall
Pulitizffr
EDITOR:
I intend absolutely no malice
for the young man who
interviewed me recently about
the great honor which fell my
way, to wit, the Pulitzer Prize
for editorials in the Gainesville
Sun.
But some aspects of the story
are total reversals of what 1 said
or meant. At least one of them j
truly serious, and I ask you to
print this letter to set thneeoid
straight.
The story: Davis commented
on racism and said, Society is
color blind. Blacks deserve equal
opportunity but have to sweat
like the rest of us. When using
the term sweat, Davis
explained that academic policies
should be equal for all, with no
financial concessions.
The correction: Davis
commented on racism and said,
Society SHOULD BE color
blind. Blacks deserve equal
opportunity but have to sweat
like the rest of us. When using
this term sweat, Davis
explained that academic policies
should be equal for all, WITH
THE EXCEPTION OF
FINANCIAL CONCESSIONS
NECESSSARY FOR
DEPRIVED PEOPLE.
That is die major matter, but
I shall finish the job.
The correct name of a
previous award was Sidney
Hillman, not Sid Hetman.
The interviewer pressed me
for pending changes in my
personal or professional life and
got the reply, There doesnt
seem to be any change in sight
The way it came out:... said
he would continue attacking
social problems such as
segregation but there doesnt
seem any change in sight.
The headline was based on
that misinterpretation.

To the contrary, however, I
consider the South as making
considerable progress on social
problems and, on racial matters,
has advanced light years in the
past decade.
I am asking you to correct the
impressions established by this
May 5 story not out of pettiness,
but because they are substantial
distortions which, like old loves,
could come bouncing back later
to the embarrassment of us all.
Horance G. (Buddy) Davis Jr.
Professor
Tragedy
EDITOR:
Events of the past two weeks
have brought disgrace and shame
to every rational, sensitive

Alligator unfair toWUFT

By Lieu tenant Du (flay D. Gouldan
Your editorials of April 30,
1971 and May 3,1971 are prime
examples of most of your
criticisms of individuals and
policies. Apparently you are so
busy writing your biased
opinions that you fail to obtain
the true facts and therefore
create a lopsided or distorted
viewpoint;
It is not deemed appropriate
for a police officer to rebut the
press. The reasons for this are
numerous but primarily we try
to avoid personal arguments or
confrontations.
I now find it necessary to
feak sot4deaot know the
ethics or policies of a journalist.
However, your criticisms and
accusations of Profesmr Don
Grooms, a fellow journalist, is in
mv ODinkm most for.
Espedaly your statement of
at best an act of poor
- **
judgment.
First of all with everyone
expressing their rights today,
may I ask just what right you are
exercising by publicly sitting in
judgment of Don Grooms.

person on the UF campus. The
AA.UP. censured the university
for the most heinous offense an
administration can perpentrate
against its staff, the denial of
academic freedom. Instead of
humility and a resolution to
correct past mistakes, the
administration announced its
intention to disregard the
censure, and actually charged
the AA.UP. with incompetence
in investigation. As a graduate
student in history who is also a
professional certified teacher, I
can only express the
profoundest repugnance to such
a response.
Yet, a greater tragedy was this
campus* response to black
student proposals. Moderate and
morally right, black students
met with hostility and
a legalistic, dehumanized
resistence. White student
support was apathetic and A
negligible, even though the

HGUEST^ m
gfl
Your editorials have, in many
instances, projected that we
should do your own thing.
Many students say this and at
most of our teach-ins, meetings,
etc. at the Plaza several
professors, student leaders and
others have also sowed the seed
of doing your own thing. Forget
the rules, forget the regulations
and forget the policies but do
your own thing>
After four days of
soul-searching Profcuor Don
Grooms did Ms own thing and
now you accuse him of poor
judgment because you do not
agree with Ms decision.
If any blame is necessary then
I should be the one to be blamed
and 1 will gladly accept it. Even
after Don Grooms had his
soul-searching days, he was still
reluctant in allowing me to see
the films.
One of your statements was
correct. The film could not be
used for the arrest or
prosecution of any student. Any
defense attorney could see to it
that any identification made
from the films would not be
admissible as evidence in a court
of law.
However, what I fail to
understand is why certain
members of the student body
ate so afraid of being recognized
or associated with a group if
they haven't done anything. In
my years of police experience I
have never had any person
hesitate or fed reluctant to show
their identification if the request
ym reasonable. It is always

Monday* May 10.1971, Tfca Florida Alligator,

proposals pointed up problems
that clearly needed to be dealt with
by whites on this campus and in
this nation. The withdrawal of
black students identifies this,
university and its president as
racist.
For what it is worth, I, a
white man, fully support the
proposals of the Black Student
Union. 1 supported and
participated in their call to
strike. 1 applaud and commend
their courage and self-sacrifice in
withdrawing. To continue my
personal support of these black
students and to register my
disgust with a prejudicial and
repressive univeristy
administration, 1 see no other
alternative but to withdraw from
UF. My only desire now is to
disassociate myself as
thoroughly as possible from this
institution.
John C. Mueller

those with something to hide or
fear who object.
The University Police
Department is here for the
students, faculty and staff of the
University. To make it a better
place to live. Close your eyes if
you want to but our statistics on
crime range from arson and
assaults up through rape and sex
offenses. We even have an
occasional kidnapping or murder
thrown in.
The use of photography and
video tape are just tools which
make up our inventory of police
equipment Occasionally we
need help. If someone helps us
they are in effect helping the
entire population of the
University. If you axe opposed
to this then you are opposed to
Law and Order.
Actor John Wayne recently
stated in an interview: Wfay are
we allowing ourselves to become
a mobocracy Instead of a
democracy? When you allow
unlawful acts to go unpunished,
you're moving towards a
government of men rather than a
government of law, you Ye
moving towards anarchy. And
that's exactly what we are
doing.
I feel you should commend
Professor Don Grooms for doing
what he felt was in the best
interest of the University. Blame
the police and myself for doing
my job for you. You might also
blame yourself as I believe we
are all in this together.
If any group upon this
University would like to know
more about the UPD, our
training, our policies, the whys
and wherefores of law
enforcement and our officers, all
you have to do is ask. We would
welcome an opportunity to talk
with you and answer your
questions. Perhaps we can all
learn something and get to know
each other better. I can be
contacted by simply picking up
your phone and dialing
SBMttfcttn WO! uu-wu-tn

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A* . ..
FOR SALE
Set of Great Books with study guides
$125 Colliers encyclopedia SBS
Durants history of Civilization $75
call Jan 392-2772 8 to 5 (A-st-132-p)
For Sale: Gibson Les Paul Custom
$450, Ampeq V-4 head S3OO. Call
Skip, Phi Tau house, 378-4888.
(A-st-132-p)
For Sale! 1965 VW Sedan w Sunroof.
Call 378-9811 after 6:00 p.m.
(A-st-132-p)
Beagle Puppies 4 male dogs tri-color
real nice puppies AKC reg. 30 dollars
each call 376-2933 after 5 o'clock
phone fast they wont last!
(A-4t-132-p)
New!! 10 speed bicycle must sell
complete with brake ext. stirrups,
pump and gum wall tires call
378*0220 (A-3t-131-p)
57 Chevy 8cyl; 12 string yahmaha;
golf bag; childs bike; table 4 chairs; 5
gal gas can. call 378-4034 after spm
(A-st-129-p)
Golden retreiver AKC Bwks shots and
wormed excellent disposition, fluffy
372- between Bam to 2pm
$50.00 (A-st-131-p)
Honda 90 sllO dependable
transportation Chuck 372-5561 also
electric guitar $35 harmony amp w
jenson speaker 15" $45 or trade
(A-st-131-p)
8x38; mobile home; 1 bedroom,
study room, oil heat, carpet, attic
with upstairs bedroom, a.c., S2OOO
378-0640 call anytime (A-3t-131-p)
12x52 mobile home 2 large brs. air
cond. 9 mos. old very reasonable,
also 65 pontiac catalina, new paint
and seat covers only SBOO call
373- (A-st-131-p)
Akai (roberts) 770 X reel to reel
automatic shut off cross field heads 4
speeds 2 SSIOO speakers 2 mikes, all
for $250 call 376-7098, 2:30-7:30
(A-st-131-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)
Lucor Model 5618 tape recorder 7"
reel to reel portable, 2-speed, In good
condition S3O. Call 378-9371, leave
message. (A-st-133-p)
SAILING KAVAK 171 $l5O
MOTOR Folds Down to store
Complete w/Sails, Paddles, etc. Must
Sell This Week! I 376-5667
(A-2t-133-p)

$T BEAUTIFUL FRENCH 4
5 T
*! A a to-pds. jj
DYNAMAX equipped with |i
*! kJ' Weinmann handbrakes and Huret Ji
4 super-Luxe 10-spd gears. In white and {j
4 bronze. t
4 IN THE ETERNAL EXCHANGE 4
4 804 W. UNIV. AVE.
"Todays 1
more for your money meal I
moisons
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CAN EAT!
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moisons
CBFETERIB beyond comparison!
2620 N.W. 13th Street in the Gainesville Mall A

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FOR SALE
1969 CIMATTI 160 cc 1500 ml good
condition S2OO 376-1740
(A-4t-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)
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
$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)
Refrigerator 39.95 and up. Brooks
Used Appliance 2315 s.e. Hawthorne
Rd. Phone 378-8935 or 372-7426
open on Sunday (A-lOt-122-p)
Head Shop for Sale Inside Spanish
Main Asking $1300.00 372-0667 or
376-1736 ask for Guy (A-st-127-p)
Foldboat sailing kyack, excellent
condition: German-built, heavyduty
rubber hull/canvas deck, 20' 1., 1200
lb. dpi., 3" draft, 80 lb. wgt.
Disassembles into 3 knapsacks for
easy transport & storage. Eqpt. Incl.
3 double paddles, ketch sail rig,
outriggers, leeboards, spray
cover/aprons, motormount. Phone
372-9842 after 5:00 p.m.
(A-st-132-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*lll-p)
Refrigerator, old but in great shape,
$35; presto electric curlers $lO. Hl-fl
$lO. Girls spyder bike $25 folk
guitar $35 392-7821 anytime
(A-st-128-p)
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)
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)

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FOR SALE
3 br., 2 bath house, by owner, good
shape gas heat, 2 air units, $19,900,
also all furniture and 1970 pontiac,
1903 nw 39 dr. call 376-8985 for
info. (A-st-129-p)
305 Honda 69 only 6,000 miles $375-
includes 2 helmets, tool, and cover
call 373-1591 or see Steve at 1534
S.W. 13 St. Runs excellent
(A-st-133-p)
Yamaha Enduro 250 1969 less than
3200 miles excellent condition bullit
taillight asking 575$ Call 372-1871
for information (A-3t-133-p)
Fiberglass, Resin, Auto-marine
refinlshing supplys, foam and epoxy
available at wholesale prices 3510
NW 34 st. phone 372-3011
(A-10t-133-p)
68 Mont. Ward Riverside cycle.
125 cc, 1200 miles, includes helmet
and car rack, $l5O or best offer Call
376-9541 bet. 5:30-7:30 PM
(A-st-133-p)
Looking for a good guitar? Come
look at a Yamaha. 12 string list $165
now $132: 6 strings list $l3O and 85
now $lO4 and S6B: Classics list $125
and $55 now SIOO and $45. 20% off
on accessories at Sabine String Shop
378-1383 105 W Unlv. Ave. In
Artisans mkt. Hours 1 to 6
(A-st-133-p)
/ FOR RENT
Pool side Williamsburg Apartment
Need 2 female roommates. June rent
free. $105.00 ea./all summer + V*
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, call after 6 373-3978
(B-st-130-p)
sublet summer! landmark apt. 31
$125 all summer! sin city, high
living I close to pool, laundry,
barbeque hurry and call 373-4286
(B-2t-132-p)
Sublet one bedroom apt. air cond.
407 NW 15 St. SIOO per mo. call
378-1728 avail. June Ist or June
15th (B-3t-133-p)
Room for male student for summer.
Kitchen facilities, ac, maid and linen
service. s7smo Incl utilities.
373-1949, 7-8 pm or after 11 pm
(B-st-130-p)
2 bedroom apt. to sublet for summer
In Landmark. POOLSIDE, a/c June
rent free. Call 372-5767 anytime.
(B-st-131-p)
The Place: 1 or 2 roommates may
sublet for summer, pool side apt. call
376-8159 (B-st-131-p)
2 bedroom apt. central and heat.
$l3O a month, call 372-1441 after 7
p.m. 376-2787 (B-3t-131-p)
Sublet Three Bedroom Modern
House For Summer. Big Yard,
Air-Condlt toned, Residential Area.
Cheap Rent Call 378-6407
(B-3t-131-p)
one opening available In landmark
starting now May's rent paid three
more openings available summer
quarter call Ann 372-8019 or
378-8403 (B-st-131-p)
Mobile home. 2 bedrms, furnished,
air cond, 12x44. mobile city park
sllO per. mo. + util. A great deal, ph
378-4775 before 11 am (B-st-131-p)
Landmark-landmark apts. air cond.,
furnished, lots of parking. $95 per
person for summer plus utilities cool
off In the pool call 378-5249
(B*3t-131-p)
Wanted roomate lamancha to sublet
for summer all utilities and free color
tv Included 755/month June rent paid
call Steve 378-8403 (B-st-131-p)
June rent free sublet for summer
landmark apt 97 a/c 2 pools sauna
laundries dishwasher carpeted frnsd 2
bdrm $47.50 call 372-8252
(B-4t-132-p)
Sublet summer! landmark apt. 31, 2
bedrm (cheap)l Sin City, high livingl
close to pool, laundry, barbeque
hurry and call 373-4286 (B-2t-132-p)
The place sublet 4 br penthouse
$212.50 per person. Sbr flat $187.50
per person. 6/15 to 9/1, Includes
utilities, pool, parking. Phone
376-5560, 373-3467 (B-2t-132-p)
to sublease for smm qrter 3 or 4
bedroom apt all utilities paid call
376-6832 anytime -68 per month per
person (B-st-132-p)
Two female roommates wanted for
summer quarter at Landmark apt
N 0.32 Please come by or call
373<3207 (B-5M32-P)
Sublet furnished apt air conditioned
free water a block from Tlgert phone
372-1441 office hours or 378-8855
after 5:00 p.m. (B-3t-132-p)
Sublet deluxe three bedroom
Hawaiian Village Townhouse apt $45
mo. July 6 August gall 378-4092
(B-St-132-p) **

FOR RENT
V*%""*********"***"*****
sublet French Quarter, June-S2O,
July-Aug, S4O + util, need 4 for 2
bedrooms, call 378*9057-apt. 113
(B-st-133-p)
WANTED
1 male roommate for Landmark apt
88 available June 15 to Aug 31 SIOO
call 378-9834 (C-3t-132-p)
Wanted Roomate for summer quarter
SIOO + util for summer in Landmark
376-3683 (C-st-132-p)
Female roommate to share large ac 1
bdrm duplex for summer, 2 blcks
from campus $46.25 + V 2 util big
yard lots of space call Lynne
376-4768 (C-st-130-p)
Male roommate summer and next
year if desired 55 per month
Hawaiian Village 372-8949
(C-st-130-p)
Roommate to share apt. 3 blocks
from campus $37.50 + 1/3 util.
378-4526 (C-3t-131-p)
Will gladly pay $5 to talk with
someone who has worked for The
Southwestern Company out of
Nashville call 392-6902 ask for Phil
(C-3t-131-p)

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memory. Traveling to receive
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*7*rr*. v confronted with a series of
haunting flashbacks and
* '*< ,v reveals his very depths.
VS W Richly visual and startlingly
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w-JK STRAWBERRIES is a
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. * 1 1 Adwnce tickets for Saturdty and
tftjfef >"*! v: - Tuwcky shows on sale at Studsnt
TM : V V a Sanrica Boothacromfrom Hub on
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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)
2 females to share 2 bedroom
Landmark N 0.87 SIOO entire
summer ac 2 pools call 373-3718
(C-3t-132-p)
Wish to buy good monocular or
binocular microscope with light
source. Please describe what you have
and price you wish and send to: Miss
M. S. Stewart, P-O. Box 68, Land O
Lakes, Fla. 33539 (C-3M32-P)
Tenant wanted to sublet 1 bedroom
apartment for summer. $125 per
month Butler Garden apts call
373-3206 after 5:00 pm Sin City./or
373-4359 (C-4t-133-p)



CLASSIFIEDS

Monday, May 10,1971, The Florida Alligator,

help WANTED
Attention: Businas & Law Students
Need part time work? we have
positions open for 2 salesman to
make evening & weekend calls, no
experience newsy, 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)
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-20M-P)
Need a job? Male or female help
wanted. Full or part time. Flexible
hours. Start Immediately. For
information call Scott 373*1962.
(E-5M32-P)
AUTOS
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1969 V-6 Mustang for sale. Campus
Credit Union 1200 SW sth St.
392-0393 (Q-5M32-P)
1964 Pontiac Lemans, 6 cyl, radio
and heater, micheiln x steel cord
radial tires, excellent condition, $459
call 373-1646 (G-st-132-p)
English Ford STATION wag. Runs,
but needs work Must Sell This
Week!!! $75 or Best Offer (No Lie)
(G-2t-133-p)
MG MIDGET 1965 MKII Good
running condition Excellent, cheap
transportation, make offer. Call
376-0681 evenings. (G-lt-133-p)
1967 Ford convertible, Galaxle 500,
390, alr cond. Power steering and
brakes, one owner, $1425. Phone
376-9997. (G-st-12p)
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, 6 new
brake pads Installed. Biaupunkt
amfmsw, detachable hardtop, call
378-6837 $3,200 firm. (G-st-128-p)
1964 Chevy It, 2-door sedan, radio
heater, dean, mechanically sound,
58000 miles, $425, for. grad, student
leaving USA, call 373-1803
(G-st-129-p)
MG 1100 sedan 4 speed good tires
disk brakes-rusty but runs good
sacrifice for flnandal aid only $l5O
392-8962 or offer (Q-St-130-p)
1960 Austin Healey 3000, hardtop,
dark green, excellent condition for
this type car. SIOOO call 376-3634
between 5-6 pm (Q-31-131-P)
67 BMC Supervan Good running
condition new paint Inside and out
must sacrifice call 373-3368 or
378-9688 only $796 (Q-st-131-p)
VW 61 SUN ROOF 2 NEW TIRES
- $225 0R BEST OFFER OR. WIND.
392-3111 AFTER 6pm 378-4054
(Q-5M31-p|
63 mercury 390 rebuPt engine power
drive ceiwertlMe new Mras a*, many
new parts radio well kept Interior
after 6 can 378-3326 69 Triumph QT 6* Me mod AM FM
4 new redials fantastic condition very
well maintained 33400 or beet offer
392-6003 1963 Austin Healey 3300 mk II wire
wheels roll-up windows 8600 or best
offer 411 SW 3rd St. 372-7294
(Q-St-133-p)
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PERSONAL
DARING BRAZILIA. Prepare for it
and fulfill your U.F. language
requirement by taking 15 hours of
INTENSIVE BRAZILIAN
PORTUGUESE this summer. SEE
Dr. Hower, 319 GSIS or PHONE
392-0375. (J-lt-133-p)
ELECTRIC PIPES six different
kinds, plus another couple hundred
now-electrics; a new batch of TANK
tops peasant blouses, India print
bathing suits that start at a mere SIX
DOLLARS, great new satin balls for
chicks, plus, as usual the most
complete line of smoking supplies
this side of you-neme It
SUBTERRANEAN CIRCUS 10 SW
7th St. Open nightly till 10
(J-3t-133-p)
professional DRAFT COUNSELING
Medical- Legal-Psychologic open
weekends Tel: 891-3736 2135 Ixora
Road No. Miami, 33161 (J-46t-106-p)
Help Save America! Join the
American Vigilantes! For
Information-Buy and read The
American Vigilante by Alarlc,
Brandan Press, 221 Columbus Ave.,
Boston, Mass. 02116 84.95
(J-15t-121-p)
WANTED! Single males. We have al*
types of UF coeds eager to meet you.
Details, wrlta: Box 77346, Atlanta
30309. (J-20t-120-p)
Try us in May for a waak or weekend
at 60% our seasonal rate. Sel-Lu
Cottages, 5441 Gulf es Mexico Drive,
Longboat Key, Sarasota, Fla.
813-383-2133 Private beach
(J-10t-125-p)
Scuba diving instruction and
certification by N.A.U.I. instructor,
enjoy the underwater world this
summer Jerry Parker 373-2126
(J-st-130-p)
MATH TUTORING. 84.00 per hour.
378-4066 (J-st-131-p)
Co-Eds Facial Hair removed forever,
fast, low-cost gentle hair removal.
Edmund Dwyar.
Electrologist... 102 N.W. 2nd Ava.
Call 372-8039 for appointment
(J-44t-54-p)
Escape the hassles for a weekend.
Enjoy fresh air end good music at
Gainesville's Musk: Festival May
22-23 Peoplas prices 62.50 each
tickets available at the Roc, Spanish
Main and Tuesday Morning
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Dickey turns fan
for spring game
By CHRIS LANE
Alligator Sports Editor
Doug Dickey the football coach became Doug Dickey the spectator
Saturday as he sat in his press box vantage point high atop Florida
Field to view the Orange and Blue classic far below.
Dickey turned in his coaching cap to become just another face in
the crowd as he watched the Jimmy Dunn coached Orange team
inflict a 17-12 loss on the Blue squad coached by Doug Knotts.
First string quarterback John Reaves paced die Orange effort,
completing nine of 22 passes for 70 yards. Two of Reaves* passes were
picked off by Blue squad defenders.
John ran the ball well several
times, Dickey commented after
the game. But Ive seen him 'i
have better days throwing. :
And he has.
None of Reavescompletions
were for touchdowns and he was S J gjl|§
outshined by second stringer -If wKumjr'
Chan Gailey who headed up the |§|Hh^
Blue offense. Gailey completed
five of 13 attempts for 98 yards ||
and one touchdown. 'fW
You have to remember that 1 ( Jalt MSSi
Johns offense was somewhat
limited, Dickey explained. |
Hes a lot quicker than he was a yv
year ago. Johns worked at it | '^m& K
and I think hes really picked up
ipeed getting the pass off! Jimmy By
Dickey praised Orange squad's a,urpr ,e
safety Jimmy Barr who returned
three kickoffs for a total of 72 yards.
railing Saturday Barr's best day, Dickey admitted the starting
junior came off as Httie bit of a emprise.
Jimmy can be a big lift for us, Dickey said. He looked real good
on punt returns and came up with several good tackles.
Kicking specialist John James, sporting an orange jersey which
sharply contrasted with a field of blue and white shirts, booted punts
for both squads and registered 380 yards in 10 attempts for a 38 yard
average.
Despite James' performance, Dickey called it a bad day for the
hooters.
I was a little disappointed with the kicking game, he said. We
still have a lot of room for improvement there.
Junior Jim Getzen, kicking for the Blue squad, placed two field
goals through the uprights from 23 and 19 yards out. Orange squad's
Richard Franco found home cm a 36-yard attempt and fell short on
another from 48 yards. Getzen missed one extra point attempt while
Franco scored on both his efforts.
"It was more of a line em up and sock 'em down day, Dickey
explained.
Dickey looked to the fall season with reserved optimism.
I know more about the football team than I did a year ago. I
know more now thus I did about the emotions of the players and 1 m
confident with tills years squad leadership.
I've had the starting 22 for about eight days now, he continued.
I dont anticipate any major changes in the lineup. m
Dickey called the Orange-Blue game a pretty even match.^
There weren't any real big breakdowns on assignments, he said.
I thought the teams held together pretty well.
I think our potential is better than last year s squad, he beamed.
We have a lot more depth.
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Greats gain ho-hum All-Star win

By MARTY PERLMUTTER
Executive Sports Editor
Thursday nights Gator
Great-Intramural All-Star game
provided fans with some comic

TOM KENNEDY
A trio of Intramural defenders break up play
... Steve Tannen 122) intended receiver on pass from Spurrier

Oeorgio sweeps SEC field
Netters 4th in championships

By CHRIS LANE
Alligator Sports Editor
Senior Bruce Bartlett's UF
tennis career ended not With a
bang, but with a whimper.
Bartlett, playing for the
Gators for the last time in the
Southeastern Conference
Championships May 6-8 in
Oxford, Miss., dropped an 11-9
and 6-0 decision to Georgia's
Rocky Huffman in the No. 6
slot of the singles championships
Saturday.
Bartlett advanced to the finok
after defeating Kentucky's
Randy Edmiston 6-2 and 7-5 in
a semi-final match.
Georgia, the strong SEC net
favorite, tallied 34 points to
easily outdistance all comers for
the 33rd annual championship
title.
Tennessee, the defending
champion had 17 points for
second place.
The Gators finished fourth
with 15 points, one point behind
third-placed Mississippi State.
Alabama registered 13 points for
fifth place while Kentucky
ported seven points for the sixth
place slot.
Sophomore Buddy Miles,
seeded No. 4 in the division
three singles, bowed to Georgia's
Just racaivacf
shipment of
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relief for three quarters and a bit
of suspense for the fourth
quarter as the Greats triumphed,
20-19.
Game rules were laxed as
sports writers and friends

Brace Bartlett
... loses in finals
Bob Tanis, 6-3 and 6-3. The
Miles and Kenn Terry doubles
combination failed to make the
finals.
Georgia was paced by junior

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interested interviewed during the
game and kids collected
signatures while the Greats
relaxed on the sidelines.
But once the teams took the
field, it was all business, except
for Steve Tannen, who put on a
show by laying down on die
field between plays.
The Greats had the only
Florida rieisman Trophy winner
at quarterback (Steve Orr
Spurrier) and had receivers like
Richard Trapp, Tannen, Larry
Smith and Allan Trammell.
Spurrier went right to work
with his passing attack as he
marched the Greats down the
field. A wobbley pass to Tannen,
who made an impossible catch
by reaching over three
Intramural defenders, was good
for the first touchdown of the
game.
It seemed as if Spurrier wasn't
going to let up the next time the
Greats had the ball as he began
another march down the field.
But an interception stopped the
drive and prompted one fan to
yell bring in (John) Brodie,
referring to the quarterback who

Dan Biichmoie who defeated
Alabamas Mike Cahill 6-3, 6-1.
Birchmore then teamed with
Norm Holmes to capture the No.
1 doubles match 6-2, 6-1 from
Tennessee's Robert Van Malder
and Marc Bolle.
Florida failed to place a
doubles team in the finals
competition.
Georgia, with finalists in all
nine divisions, chalked up their
first victory, having finished
second in die last ten years.
We played well in the singles
matches," explained tennis
coach Bill Potter. But the
doubles teams just didn't play
up to my expectations."
LSU posted six points,
Vanderbilt scored four and
Mississippi and Auburn had one
point apiece.

is ahead of Spurrier on the San
Francisco 49ers.
The All-Stars were down 20-6
starting the second half and
things didn't lock good.
The clock was going and the
Intramural team was running out
of time. It was the fourth
quarter and the Stars had closed
the score to 20-13.
Another interception of a
Spurrier pass gave the Intramural
team a chance to tie the score
with a touchdown and a pass
conversion.
But the conversion was not
there after the touchdown and
the Greats led 20-19 with under
three minutes remaining.
No longer was the fun loving
Tannen fooling around. Jack
Youngblood was installed as the
rusher for the Greats, a
desperation move by Great
coach Jim Yarbrough.
The All-Stars were pushing to
score with less than a minute to
go. Yarbrough paced the

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sidelines. Youngblood was going
all out trying to get to the Stars
quarterback.
It was fourth down and the
All-Stars looked dead. But a pass
completion gave the Stars a first
down and new life as Yarbrough
paced some more.
Another first down for the
All-Stars moved the ball to the
six yard line with just six
seconds remaining in the game.
The snap, Youngblood surges
ahead in another attempt to get
the flag down the quarterback.
But he misses and the pass is off,
down to the goal line where the
defensive man collides with the
offensive receiver, pass
interference.

ONE TOKE
over the line



UF drops three to Vandy
Gators earn SEC basement

By SIM SMITH
Alligator Sports Writer
For the first time in two and a
half decades, the Gator baseball
team has finished in last place in
the eastern division of the SEC.
The dismal honor came when
Florida dropped a three game
series to Vanderbilt this
weekend.
The beginning of the end for
the Gators came Friday in the
fiist game of a doubleheader.
Having out hit Vandy nine hits
to three, Florida took a 3-2 lead
into the final frame.
But Tom Seybold, who had
been stealing the show from the
Commodore pitchers, gave up a
game tying home run. Then,
Vandy pushed another run

Three top prospects
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Last week was tops for Florida recruiting as three blue-chip
prospects in three different sports were signed. Doug Armstrong
signed to {day for coach Tommy Bartletts cagers, hurdler Dave
Herman track coach Jimmy Carnes No. 1 prospect inked a pact
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McKee, brother of Gator swimmer Mark, was wooed by many
schools. He holds the high school records for the 100-backstroke and
200-individual medley as well as the second best time for the
200-backstroke.

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Glenn Hurst
... two run homer
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the game.
Florida scored all their runs in
the fourth.
Glen Hurst drove in two with

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e r
Seybold followed with a round
tripper of his own.
Coach Dave Fullers team
could manage only three hits in
the nightcap as they fell 3-0.
Doug Corbett, a real mound
standout for Florida this year,
took the loss despite the fact he
allowed only six hits.
Florida was humiliated in
Saturdays finale. Fifteen
hundred spectators witnessed
the game in which third baseman
Rick Scarborough was forced to
assume catching duties when
both Will Harman and Larry
Kieszek were injured. Nick
DeVirgillis provided most of the
Florida plate power as he banged
out three hits.
The Gators only chance for
redemption will come May 21st
and 22nd when they meet
Florida State in Gainesville.
Floridas record now stands at
17-23, the worst record incurred
by a Fuller coached team.
Fortunately for Florida, they
will have most of the squad bade
next year with some much
needed experience.
Except for Seybold and Dave

ONE TOKE
over the line

Thomas, nearly all of the
pitching staff was composed of
freshman. Only five seniors will
depart from the entire 30 man
team.

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Vols favored to win track title
SEC meet has 6 in running

By LEE DEHMLOW
Alligator Sports Writar
Jimmy Carnes Gator track
team will face very tough
competition this weekend when
they travel to Lexington, Ky.,
for the SEC Championships.
The -teams are much more
balanced this year, Carnes said.
The whole SEC is closing in on
national rankings in track. This
year six of the 10 teams in the
conference will be near the top:
Alabama, Auburn, Florida,
Kentucky, LSU and Tennessee.
Tennessees Volunteers are
the favorites to win the meet, to
be held at the University of
Kentucky starting at 2 p.m., on
Friday and Saturday. The Vols
have won the past seven
championships.
1 would say that LSU,
Kentucky and Florida have a
chance to upset Tennessee, by
picking away at their depth,
Carnes continued, but it will
more likely be a contest for
second.
We will be strongest in the
field events. Mike Cotton and
Scott Hurley should be favored
Youngblood
selected to
All-Star team
Jack Youngblood, who
Saturday was named the Gators'
defensive man of the year, got
another honor this past weekend
when he was named to play in
the 1971 College All-Star game
July 30 in Soldier Field in
Chicago.
The All-Stars
will face the
Baltimore Colts,
winners of the
Super Bowl this
year.
Youngblood,
Youngblood a defensive end
for the Gators,
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vault, Chuck Duff can win the
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Jim Nelson should place in
the shot and John Courtney
should do well in the discus,
Carnes added. Weve moved
Eamonn OKeefee to the mile,
but thats a new venture for him
as he usually runs the half-mile.
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