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VoL 63, No. 135

Proposal submitted to regents
Presidents set dorm hours guidelines
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By BRUCE KUEHN
Alligator Staff Writer
A proposal setting definite
uniform guidelines for open
housing hours will be submitted
to the Board of Regents by the
Council of University Presidents.
The guidelines set by the
council are 5 pm. to 12
midnight on Monday to
Thursday, 5 pm. to 1 am. on
Friday, 2 p.m. to 2 am. on
Saturday, and 2 pm. to 12
midnight on Sunday. Each
dormitory will set up open
house hours within these
guidelines with a two-thirds
majority vote needed for
adoption.
The proposal also calls for
extension of hours to 2 am. on
special occasions with university
authorization. Parental consent
is necessary for students under
21 to live in an open house unit.
The Council's proposal will go
to the facilities committee of the

4 quarter operation bill passes committee

By MARK ROSNER
Alligator Staff Wrtor
A bill which would require students to
attend at least one summer quarter during
every six quarters of attendance has been
reported favorable by the Florida Senate
Universities and Community Colleges
Committee. The bill will now be brought
before the State Senate.
Sen. Robert Saunders, D-Gainesville, who
proposed the bill, said the Board of Regents
already has the authority to assign the
quarters which a student may attend and his
bill forces the regents to make use of this
authority.

Muhammad Ali-. find lifes purpose

See Related Stories Pages 7 And 14
By JAN GO DOWN
Alligator Staff Writer
and
CHRIS LANE
Alligator Sports Editor
Dethroned heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali, knocked on the
ropes by mans inability to find his purpose in life, said Monday night
you can hardly find a person in the world who knows what
hiq>piness is.
As long as man has not found his purpose in life then he has no
satisfaction, explained the Louisville boxer. t( There is nary a soul
who can say *1 am happy.*
Ali, speaking to approximately 7,000 people in Florida Field in
conjunction with Accent *72 and the Black Student Union,
emphasized man's necessity of seeking out and achieving his purpose
of being.
The goals that a person seeks can be small in the process of this
determination. Eveiy man, whether he is learned or illiterate, rich or
poor, his desire is to accomplish a life purpose. Everything in the
universe was put here for a purpose. Man has a purpose, too.
According to Ali, his purpose is to be a black celebrity and the best
fighter.
But one who stays with his people, Ali added. One who is

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Florida Alligator

Board of Regents and the
committee will then submit its
recommendations to the next
regents meeting in Miami, June
7. If the councils proposal is
approved, it will go into effect
Sept. 1.
Interhall Council President
Richard Pocepowich said the
proposal was somewhat of a
compromise." He said hopefully
the hours could be extended,
especially to an earlier hour than
5 on weekdays. Pocepowich said
Interhall would probably take a
survey on how much dorm
residents use open house
between the hours of 10 a.m. to
5 pm.
Hendrix Chandler, corporate,
secretary for the Board of
Regents, said the vote by the
university presidents on the
proposal was 8 to 1, He did not
know which president voted
against the proposal. UF
President Stephen C. OConnell
was unavailable for comment.

According to Saunders, the bill would
save the state universities a great deal of
money by making full use of a university's
facilities for four quarters.
The bill would also make it possible for
more students to attend college, he said.
The legislative intent of year-round
operation is that each of the four quarters
will be as equal as possible in number of
courses offered in hours of instruction*. The
bill also states there shall be uniform
enrollment throughout each instructional
period.
D. Burke Kibler, chairman of the Board of
Regents, thinks the bill is illusive because a

University of Florida, Gainesville

Robert Mautz
... awaiting new regent
The Presidents Council drew
up the proposal Monday at a
meeting in Tallahassee after
considering a proposal submitted
by the Council of Vice
Presidents of Student Affairs.
The vice presidents proposals
called for reasonable hours of

concerned with the little man.'*
Ali said today's youth are so wrapped up in schoolwork and
examinations that they fail to discover their true purpose of being.
The deposed champ then asked the crowd to raise their hands if
they thought they were really happy. A few hands went up.
He then asked those who were unhappy to raise their hands and a
great many arms shot into the air.
"Everyone is unhappy in one way or another," he said. "Some
people are unhappy because they are too concerned in their search for
more money. Man can never be satisfied. He's interested in one thing
and then passes on to another."
Ali said many people tend to confuse pleasure with happiness.
"Pleasure is only an illusion, only a shadow of happiness. Some
people seek happiness with alcohol, some with narcotics. You go out
looking for pleasure, but you end up finding only pak"
Ali, a strong opponent of alcohol and drug users due to his Muslim
religion, told the audience the reason for a person's failure is the
absence of knowledge in knowing the purpose of his life.
The Muslims, said Ali, have more power than all of the other Mack
people put together because they know their purpose.
"Ten people with knowledge of their purpose are better than 1,000
(See Ali' Page 3)

visitation to be set by each
university or college with no 24
hour visitation being allowed.
The Presidents' Council
proposal represents the first time
that definite guideline hours
have been set up. Before, each
university set up the guideline
hours.
The facilities committee
which will receive the Presidents
Council proposal, presently
consists of two regents with one
vacancy to be filled due to the
resignation of Milton Weir last
month. The two regents
presently on the committee were
on opposite sides of the fence
when the regents voted to
abolish open housing May 3.
Chancellor Robert Mautz has
said he expected the new regent
to be appointed by Gov. Reubin
Askew before the next regents
meeting.
If the new regent is appointed
before the next meeting, he will
probably hold the deciding vote

greater operating budget is needed to
operate equally for four quarters.
The way die quarter system works now,
the peak periods are fall and winter quarters,
with the enrollment tapering off for the
spring and summer, Kibler said.
Although Kibler did not give any figures,
he said the state university system was in
financial difficulty and didn't think this bill
would alleviate the problem.
Everything has been tried to ease the
financial burdens from the semester system
to the quarter system and nothing has
worked out very well, he said. I prefer the
semester system, but it will never be changed
again.

Wednesday, May 12,1971

on the future of open house
since the vote on the abolishing
of open house was 4 to 3, and
Chairman of the Regents Burke
Kibler votes in case of a tie.
Kibler has called the
abolishment action a simplistic
approach that is inappropriate.
Pocepowich and Bob
Goodstein, former Inteihall
president, are planning to attend
an informal meeting with the
regents before the June meeting
to support the proposal of the
vice-presidents council.
A delegation from Inteihall
will also see Askew and Senate
President Jerry Thomas this
week to discuss open house.
Inteihall is conducting a
survey among students and
parents for opinions on open
housing. The survey asks
whether a policy of no
visitation, limited visitation or
24 hour visitation (for
non-freshman males) is
preferred.

Kibler

p§|
Saunders



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!, Th Florida Alligator, WadMaday, May 12,1071

3 UF students lobby for antiwar bill

By MARIANNE MACINA
Alligator Staff Writer
Three UF students journeyed
to Tallahassee Tuesday to lobby
in favor of the drafting of an
antiwar (undeclared) bill.
According to Marshall Platt,
spokesman for the group, the
students were representing the
collective efforts of students
from UF, FSU,' USF and the
members of the Vietnam
Veterans against the War.
Vic Stem, 3AS, stated that
the group traveled to Tallahassee
in order to meet with legislators
for ideas and support in the
drafting of a bill similar to the
one which was recently passed in
Massachusetts.
According to Stem, the
Massachusetts bill deals with the
rights of inhabitants of the state
to refuse to serve outside the
territorial limits of the U.S. in
the conduct of armed hostilities,
not an emergency and not
otherwise authorized in powers
granted to the U.S. President as
commander in chief, unless such
hostilites were initially
authorized or subsequently
ratified by the Congressional
declaration of war.
The bill provides protection

Car accident victims
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The Episcopal Student Center is sponsoring an organized get
together in honor of Rick and Sharon Payne entitled the
Community Liturgy of Life at 12:30 p.m. today according to
Student Center Secretary Suzanne Nielsen.
Rick Payne is currently in Alachua General Hospital as a result of a
car accident last weekend in which his wife, Sharon, was killed. Payne
is a chaplain at the Gainesville Methodist Student Center, the late Mrs.
Payne was a teacher and counselor at Gainesville High School.
The purpose of the get-together according to Mrs. Nielsen, is to
get people to pray for Rick and encourage blood donors for him. We
are holding it in the parking lot of Alachua General Hospital because
die hospital itself was unprepared to handle all the visitors Rick has
had. Weve gotten their permission.
Speaking at the Liturgy will be the Reverend John Talbird of the
Episcopal Student Center.
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for such inhabitants by the
attorney general of
Massachusettes, Stem said.
Massachusetts has referred the
bill to the Supreme Court which
refused to make any decisions
for another year.
Chuck Balchunas, also 3AS,
said that so far two residents of
Massachusetts have thrown the
authority of the bill to the
courts to test its legality by
refusing to serve in Vietnam.
One was sent to Europe to
serve, Balchunas said, and the
other has been living in
Massachusetts for one and a half
yean since his appeal was made.
The military is awaiting a ruling
from the Supreme Court before
sending him to Vietnam.
Stem said approximately 150
letters were sent to state
legislators explaining the
proposed antiwar bill. We
received a letter of response on
the bill (either in support or
against) from over two-thirds of
the legislators, Stem added.
We hope to meet with many of
these legislators to discuss the
bill further.
At 8:30 a.m., the students
met with state Sen. C.S.
Reuter to discuss the correct

procedures for getting the bill
drafted.
Reuter said he would agree to
help the students in making a
draft of the bill. It certainly
will focus a good deal of
attention, even though it may
not get passed.
According to Stern, the
students signed up as registered
lobbyists next before talking
with Representative Carl
Singleton.
Singleton encouraged the UF
lobbyists to go ahead and write
up the bill. Singleton also
commended the students for the
manner in which they were
trying to work through the
system.
Dean of the House of
Representatives, James Sweeney,
stated that he doesnt believe
the state has a right to try and
pass a bill which underrides the
United States Constitution,
however he contended that no
one should be involved in
undeclared war.
Sweeney said he felt the
lobbyists would have a better
chance for obtaining support
from legislators if they would
get something on paper to
show.

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Balchunas said the group then
met with Ken Hart, the
executive secretary to
Lieutenant Governor Tom
Adams. Ken Hart said that he
would relay the idea of the bill
to Adams but could not
comment on the attitude which
the Florida cabinet might take
on such a legislation.
According to Stem, the group
made appointments for next
Tuesday with Reuter to discus
the drafted bill, and with
Attorney General Bob Shevin
to dknms the constitutionality
of the bill.
We also hope to meet with
other legislatures next week to
discuss the bill, Platt stated.
There are mixed feelings
amongst group members about
the response we received in
Tallahassee Tuesday, Balchunas
said.
Stem stated he believed the
legislators responded well and
was optimistic about the passage
of die bill.
The legislators showed a
good response today, Platt said,
but then we only talked to
individuals who were in support

of the bill. 1 believe there is a
good chance for House approval
but it will be a rough fight for
one Senate passage.
Balchunas stated that the
lobbying was a good experience
but that he had little hope for
thepassage of the bill in either
chamber.
All three UF lobbyists are
pre-law students. Platt, a 2UC, is
a member of the debate team
and a transfer student from
Lynchburg College, Virginia.
Stem works as a student
assistant in the Student
Financial Aid office and is a
member of the Accent *7l staff.
Stem received an honorable and
medical discharge from the U.S.
Air Force.
Balchunas, who has served in
Vietnam, said 90 per cent of the
fighting forces in Vietnam are
draftees. The guys who never
wanted to go to war end up
doing all the fighting,
Balchunas said.
Other UF students working
on the antiwar bill include Fran
Stein, Scott Camil, Vikki
Weintraup, William Hoffsinger,
Chuck Inderwiser, Steve
McGarry, Roger Peace, and
Richard Robinspn.



By TOM CORNELISON
Alligator Staff Writer
The Florida Black Student
Union Association (FBSUA),
will hold its first annual
state-wide convention May
13-16 in Gainesville at the
Flagler Inn.
The theme of the convention
AIL

with no knowledge of where theyre going,** he said.
Ali dted Muslim accomplishments including a S2O million
educational center in Chicago, a nationwide black newspaper and a
widespread campaign to dean up whorehouses.'*
Both with the name Cassius Clay, Ali is an excommunicated Muslim
preacher in exile because he chooses to make his living in the ring
something forbidden by the strict standards of the faith.
Though willing to fight in the ring, the 30-year-old ex-champ
refuses to enter the army and faces a possible prison term on draft
evasion charges before the U.S. Supreme Court. The decision wifi be
handed down in June.
You could say my purpose is also to be a bad guy,** he said. Im
going to spend the next five years in jail if 1 have to. I aint going to
run nowhere. Well go.
However unhappy a man might be, the moment he discovers the
purpose of his life, die switch is pulled and the light is on.**
All listed the three traits of patience, endurance and self-confidence
as being beneficial to a man seeking his purpose in life.
If a man has none of these,** said Ali, then he is just like a
machine.
Urging students to go after their purpose, Ali counseled, If 99
times you fail, the 100th time youll succeed.
Whistling Bom Free and sweating before the bright lights of a
post speech press conference, Ali fielded reporters questions ranging
from the plight of UF blacks to homosexuality.
Im really not that aware of the circumstances, Ali admitted,
referring to the unresolved problems of campus blacks. I dont
comment on something I dont know much about.
Recognizing the presence of trouble everywhere, Ali
acknowledged that a black withdrawal from the university could be
condoned if the cause is just.
Ali was asked if he thought homosexuals deserved the same rights
as blacks.
What rights do blacks have that other people would want? Ali
retorted.
And then he added humorously, I*ll have to ask (Flip Wilsons)
Geraldine about that.
Ali said the goal of his Muslim faith is separatism. But we cant
have that here in this country, he explained. Blacks and whites have
to learn to live together.
A reporter questioned Ali on the significance of the song he chose
to whistle prior to the press conference.
Yes, Ali responded, that song does have some significance. Im
too wrapped up in the black power struggle to ignore it.
Wearing a navy blue, double-breasted suit and a flashy red and blue
tie quite a change from the conservatively attired Ali of old- the
ex-champ said his feelings and his heart were with his people.
I like struggle and challenge, he said.
An Accent representative nudged the articulate boxer and
whispered something into his ear.
Ive got to go, Ali blurted.
And like a clap of thunder out of a clear sky, the former ring king
was gone.

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Student Union at Santa Fe
Junior College.
FBSUA is composed of black
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of the junior colleges, colleges
and universities in Florida and
its purpose, according to
Holden, is to organize as one.
The reason FBSUA was
established was so black students
could band together to solve
racism on Florida campuses,
said Holden.
The situation at UF this
April couldnt have happened at
Santa Fe, he continued. We
are from this community. The
black UF students come from all
over the state and werent
together in their defense of the
66 students who were arrested.
This is a 1963 campus, the black
students had never marched
before and they marched and
organized here but it did no
good.
Today kids are tired of
marching. Black attitudes have
really changed and the next time
OConnell pulls a trick like that
it will probably be a different
story.
Holden said he hopes to pass a
resolution at the convention

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which would establish a
statewide black student walkout
if the state legislature decides to
phase out Florida A&M
University.
A&M is the only
state-supported black university
in Florida, Holden stated, and
they talk about merging it with
FSU. If they do merge we want

Orientation workers
sought for next fall
Interviews for UF fall orientation staff will be held in the Reitz
Union for all students interested in helping with next falls orientation
program today through Wednesday of next week.
The orientation program is sponsored by the UF Office of Student
Development and Assistant Dean Donald Mott. The student director
of orientation is Becky Slavis, 4JM.
All students interested in the program should pick up an
application form at the activities desk in the Student Government
offices before being interviewed.
Today the interviews will be held in room 356, and next
Wednesday in room 357. On Thursday, Monday and Tuesday, the
interviews will be held in room 150 F of the Union. All interviews are
between 2:30 and 5 p.m. Those who are accepted for the program will
report one week early for next fall quarter.

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the administrations of the two
universities to merge under a
black president.
We have good leaders on all
campuses in Florida, Holden
said, and we are capable of
fighting racism. When there is
racism on campus it affects us
all. Both institutionalized racism
and individual racism.

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t. The Florida Alligator, Wednesday. May 12,1971

HE announces study grant competition

The official opening of the
1972-73 competition for grants
for graduate study or research
abroad, and for professional
training in the creative and
performing arts has been
announced by the Institute of
International Education (HE).
For 1972-73, Full Grants are
available to 29 countries and
Travel Grants are available to 12
countries. Grants offered by
governments, universities and
private donors of 14 countries

WHATS

CHICKEN FAT?: The
outrageous, obscene
Duckbutter will appear at the
Rat Thursday and Friday night.
Tickets are $1 in advance and
$1.50 at the door. Get them at
Rat box office.
VEN ACA CUBANOS:
Federation of Cuban Students
meet tonight at 8:30 in room
C-4 Reitz Union. All Cubans and
interested students are invited.
SPECIAL GAY LIB: The
Gainesville GLF will hold an
important meeting tonight at
7:30 in the Episcopal Student
Center to discuss recent
discrimination by local
businesses and possible action.
GIRL TALK: Womens
Caucus State Conference will be
held in the Union Saturday.
Gloria Steinem contributing
editor of the New Yorkers, will
speak on alternate roles for
women. Dorothy Hughes, of the
Pitman Community Day Care
Center, will also be featured.
Students will be admitted free of
charge, non-student tickets are
$5.
ELECTION: Civitans will
meet Thursday at 7 p.m., room
331 Union. Election of officers
will take place.
DRAGON ART FANS:
Taurus will be shown tonight
at the Rat. Admission for this
experimental film is only 25
cents.
THE SOUND OF MURDER:
(or Walt Disney eat your heart
mit!) The India Club will present
Teesri Manzil, Saturday at
1:30 p.m. in the Union
Auditorium. It*s a murder
mystery and musical?!!
FAULKNERS BEST: Steve
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are also administered by HE.
These awards are designed to
promote mutual understanding
between the people of the U.S.
and other countries through the
exchange of persons, knowledge
and skills. It is expected that
there will be at least 600 awards
available for 1972-73.
Candidates must be U.S.
citizens at the time of
application, have a bachelors
degree or its equivalent before
the beginning date of the grant

fast cars for a jalopy and a fast
horse in The Reivers,
Thursday night at the Union
Auditorium at 7 and 9:30.
Admission is 50 cents.
CUBANOS AGAIN: The
Latin American Colloquim will
present Enrique Baloyra
speaking on Political
Leadership and Public Policy in
the Cuban Republic,#
1944-1958, tonight in room
427, GSIS Building.
UNDERGRADUATES IN
SOCIOLOGY: A meeting for
future sociology majors will be
held Thursday at 7:30 pjn. in
room 1158 Towers Commons.
Dr. Leslie, department chairman,
will answer any questions
concerning curriculum, courses,
etc.
NO GROW FILM
FESTIVAL: Zero Population
Growth will sponsor free movies
on ecological and population
problems, May 18 at 8 p.m. in
Carleton Auditorium.
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Gator Sail Club is having a sail
and beach party Saturday,
featuring a roast pig type luau.
Participants will sail the gulf on
a 34 sloop. Price is $7.50, for
reservations call Mike at
378-0233 or come by the
meeting tonight at 7:30 in the
Union.
CORRECTION: The Panel
Program on prepared childbirth
has been relocated for its
meeting tonight at 8. The
program will be held in the

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and, in most cases, be proficient
in, the language of the host
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plan, his language preparation
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will hold a rush smoker tonight
at 7:30 in room 122 Union. Suit
and tie or dress or pants suit is
requested.
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Student Council of the College
of Arts and Sciences will meet
today at 4:30 in room 112,
Anderson.

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have four years of professional
study or equivalent experience.
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have at least two years of
professional experience after the
Maste; of Social Work degree.
Applicants in the field of
medicine must have an M.D. at

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DEBHNG THOMASES: A
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300, Weil Hall.

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By HENRY PRETTYMAN
Alligator Entartainmant Writer
Dion was at the Rathskeller
Friday night, at least physically.
However, his mental state was
more like the Wanderer in his
famous early sixties hit song.
The crowd for the 12 p.m.
show was rather sparse. Yet, it
was composed of diehard music
fans, who were enthusiastic and
appreciative.
Dion was proceeded by John
Upton, a young man from
upstate New York whose songs

Florida Blue Key taps 39

Florida Blue Key, men's
campus leadership honorary,
tapped 39 new members
Saturday, according to Blue Key
Tapping Chairman Ira Hatch.
The 39 included ten
graduating seniors who will not
be returning to UF, and five
honorary members, who were
OMalley to visit
UF compos today
Tom O'Malley, state treasurer
and insurance commissioner, will
visit UF today to speak with
students.
O'Malley is interested in
finding out what is on the
minds of students, according to
his assistant, Mike Abrams.
He will meet in the morning
with Student Government
representatives and a small group
of invited studento-mostiy heads
of campus organizations.
Following a noon luncheon
with a small group of faculty
members, he will be available on
the library arcade to talk
informally with students. He
also will meet with an afternoon
insurance dass.
Abrams says OMalley has
followed both sides of current
campus issues and is willing to
discuss these or other subjects in
which students are interested in
hearing his opinion.
The commissioner is very
interested in talking with a good
cross-section of students. We
hope that anyone interested in
talking with him will come out,
Abrams said.
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Dion entertains music fans at Rat

reflected his surroundings.
Lipton kept a flowing
commentary going between
songs which helped the audience
better appreciate his
compositions.
Lipton had a humorous,
intimate style which was very
well received. Lepton's songs
ranged from a plea to despoilers
of his Hudson River, to It's A
Gift To Be Simple, a Shaker
hymn which Humanities
students may remember from
CHN 253.
Dion finally came on at about

recognized for being outstanding
in a certain area.
Those tapped for honorary
membership were: Gov. Reubin
Askew, Dr. Wilmer J. Coggins,
Henry Kramer, Sen. Verle Pope,
and Dean Herman Spivey.
Tapped into active
membership were Fred
Leonhardt, Frank Amato, Barry
Diamond, Edward Hales, George
Jacunski, Parviz Karbussi, Steven
Rokeach, Ellis Zahra, Ralph
Nobo, David Kerrins, and
Theodore Remley.
Also tapped were Eliot
Abbott, John B. Batman, David
C. Beers, Mark Grayson, Larry
Green, Chick Gregg, James
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It was foggy on the Monterey Peninsula that morning. The roads were lined with young
peopleold peoplein-between peopleall people. The noonday sun peeked through the
grey. Blue skies and a warm summer afternoon mingled lightly with pastel shirts and pleasant
scents. The grandstands were packed as Joan Baez walked center stage amidst a tremulous roar
of applause. Aptly titled: celebration; it was. More than anything else it reflected man's
ability to create a microcosm of beauty amidst a world tom by violence and hatred. It recon reconfirmed
firmed reconfirmed his innate goodness. It reinforced our belief that each person makes an important con contribution
tribution contribution to the whole: We all sent off our own tiny ripple. Multiplied a thousand fold, we created
a tidal wave of understanding. It was one hell of a beautiful day. Merry Clayton was there;
Kris Kristofferson,too. Linda Rondstadt and the Beach Boys and thousands of people singing,
enjoying, swaying, loving. And thanks to Mr. Lou Adler, some of the day was captured
on tape. Now there's an album. Its /V ride: celebration. The artists and produc producers
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1:15 ajn. He appeared to be
tired, and did leave early, but
not before doing several very
good songs.
Dion began by doing his own
arrangement of Who Do You
Love, which first came out as a
bubble-gum tune about 3 yean
ago. Dion's next song was Get
Close To It All off his newly
released album, You're Not
Alone, previously reviewed in
this column. The song is a gentle
put-down to the Greenwich
Village sugar-takers and Madison
Avenue Dream-makers. Dion's

Gundry, Robert Halcrow, Craig
Hunter, Fred Johnson, Rodney
Margol, Martin David McGriff,
James Reinman, Sheldon
Stevens, Ed Tolle, Phil Ware,
Brent Walker, James Wilkerson,
David Winton, Hal Kantor, John
Reaves, John Fitzsimmons, and
Mike Pugh.
The new initiates will be
honored at the May 21st Blue
Key Initiation Banquet to be
held at the Reitz Union.
President-elect Franklin Harrison
will then take over leadership of
the 92-member organization
from current president Jeff
Warren at that time.

ONE TOKE

version was tender and intricate.
Listening to Dion's Sweet
Pea, the song very well could
have been Steamroller Blues
by Janies Taylor. After this he
went into the Beatles
Blackbird. Dions was a softer,
mellower version, very pleasant
to hear.
Dions next to last song was
Abraham, Martin, and John
and was the climax of his
performance. Dion seemed to
transmit his inner feelings very
well in this song, and the
audience was moved.
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After a final brief song, Dion
suddenly left the stage. The
audience appeared let down by
his abrupt departure.
Dion has written some very
good songs; songs that have the
power to emotionally involve his
audience. However Friday night
at the Rathskeller, Dion did not
seem to be performing at his
best. Perhaps those who
attended Saturday nights
performance were more
fortunate.
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Editorial
'Stand'
Its quite rare at the University of Florida when the
students are able to back up and take a good, long, hard
look at their relationship with this institution.
In fact, its hard to see both sides.**
The 1971 Seminole yearbook of the University of Florida
did just that it looked at Both Sides Now** and with
great success.
The 1971 Seminole is the story of the people here at
Florida the story of a student, the story of an individual.
And thats why the book is divided into two volumes,
one of which was printed upside down.
Thats right your yearbook isnt bound incorrectly it
was done that way on purpose.
It is Both Sides Now.
The first volume concerns itself with you as a student,
with essays on drama, music, art, the environment and
sports.
What About Today also contains the section on
academics and its not the same old there are 36
classrooms in the College of
The academic essays are a combination of the graduating
seniors of each college and a dialogue with the outstanding
professor of that college.
You the student chose those professors.
The second volume of the book, upside down and
starting again from the back cover is Stand, from the song
by Sly and the Family Stone.
Stand is about you, the individual.
Stand is a powerful song, and creative efforts of the
Seminole staff have made it into a visual revolution
condensing all your emotions into the print media.
However, Stand is not the only controversial reflection
in the Seminole.
Jean Chance looks at Gainesville: An All-American
City and says the city fathers have been sitting much too
long.
Steve Uhlfelder speaks on the UF Student Government
structure and our lily-white institution.
The yearbook is no longer just a pile of bound paper that
looks pretty on your bookshelf.
The 1971 Seminole is alive and bold in its presentation.
The Seminole staff made an extensive use of graphics and
photo-techniques to make their point.
They have made the medium the message: A book that
commands the reader to participate in reflecting about the
year.
The 1971 Seminole has only a small amount of color, but
in using it effectively, the staff has shown that a yearbook
should not be judged by its size or color.
The book is the story of you and your life at Florida.
It is not stale, but exciting and timely.
Stand for an outstanding creative effort that should
not have been made in vain.
Buy a 1971 Seminole.
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Hike Their Tuition! Hike Their Fees! Hike Our SALARIES!!

The Phyllis Gallub Ken McKinnon
r lOrlClft Editor-In-Chief Managing Editor
Alligator GaryGrunder
"News Editor
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Everybody talks about pollution

By CHRIS LANE
Like the weather, everybody
talks about pollution, but
nobody does very much about
it.
In mans zeal to perserve his
dwindling resources, he
sometimes forgets that he can
help nature survive in a
deteriorating environment.
Usually man chops down the
mighty forests, hums the land to
death or kills off the birds and
animals through indkcriminete
hunting.
But sometimes it doesnt
happen that way. On occasion,
man and nature combine to
work for a healthy, clean
environment.
During World War n, the
Atomic Energy Commission
constructed the Hanford plant in
southeastern Washington State.
About 4,000 acres of land
adjacent to the plant were sealed
off for security reasons.
Much of the land had been
used for farming and hardly a
bird or an animal lived there. In
fact, wildlife was a rarity.
The war came to an end, but
still the land remained free from
mans footsteps, his traps and his
guns.
Nearby farmers noticed an
abundance of wildlife in the
restricted area. Fur-bearing
animals, such as mink, rabbit

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and muskrat abounded in the
woods. Game birds came to the
quiet ponds to nest. And,
thousands of geese and ducks
stopped there on their annual
migrations.
Numerous pheasant and quad
made the preserve their home
and the nights were filled with
the harmony of wildlife.
Residents close to the
presence began to look longingly
into the dark and magical
recesses of the secluded forest.
They wanted to hunt and
sightsee, and they wanted to
show their children what
America looked like not too
long ago.
On the fringe of this region,
crops were planted and farmers
tried to etch out a living from
the soil. At first, the preserve
helped the farmer because it
served as a buffer against erosion
and pollution.
But he soon found himif in
a battle against nature. Rabbits
snd crows from the 4,000 acre
sanctuary threatened his crops
and the fanner was fighting for
his survival.
Consequently, the farmers

complained to the government.
In response to the complaints,
the government opened the
preserve to carefully controled
hunting and sightseeing.
The first year, more than 500
sightseers came to eqjoy the
natural beauty of the virgin
forest Families, youth groups
and varied individuals esme to
see a sight which has become
somewhat unique nature in
the wild.
Then, the preserve was
opened to more than 2,000
hunters to bag game and birds
for the family table.
Through a program of
controled hunting and
conservation, everyone
benefitted. Sightseers enjoyed
nature studies and picnics in the
forest and hunters enjoyed the
age-old sport of bagging game
for the Sunday dinner table.
Wildlife continued to prosper
in great abundance. But, it was
kept under control through
controled practices and limited
takes. The farmers crops, in
turn, did not suffer.
Man and nature at least in
this one instance were no
longer alienated.

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Muhaxnmed Ali:

By MARTY PERLMUTTER
Exacutiv* Sports Editor
Applause began for the former heavyweight champion the minute a
car approached Florida Field.
Hes here, hes here. shouts were heard.
The door of the car opened, and out stepped Muhammad All to a
standing ovation from the 7,000 or so people that came to hear him
speak.
Another round of applause followed the Ali Shuffle'* and a great
laugh arose after his poem describing the next Joe Frazier-Ali fight.
Ali then went to the press conference and was greeted with routine
questions concerning the fight with Frazier, his so called feud with
Howard Cosell and his plans for the next fight with Frazier.
But the real Ali didn't make it all the way to Gainesville Monday.
Ali was indeed present and did have a part of himself when he did
the shuffle, but a person doesn't get to know what he is like until
seeing him out of the main stream of things.
The scene is the Reitz Union Hotel.
Someone down have would like to know if..." the deskman add
over the phone to AH in hk room.
Hell be right down," the desk clerk said.
At 3:45 a.m., Ali is prepared for the hour long drive to Jacksonville
where he will catch a plane to Columbus, S.C., his next speaking
engagement.
Ali comes down to the dak and pays the room Ml. The deskman
accepts the money without realizing who just handed it to him.
The four other people who will occupy the car with Ali get settled,
giving him enough room to spread out a bit.
Rodney Margol eases the Chevelle out of the Union lot, careful not
to disturb his special guest in the backseat.
little does the pottceman in the cop car realize that the former
heavyweight champion of the world Just drove by him.
And the gas station attendant in Waldo, who was busy washing his
driveway, didnt realize that the <& that just passed him had one of
the biggest sports celebrities in the country in it.
Ali is finally resting in the back seat, one of the few hours or
minutes of deep he will get until he reaches his next destination on his
college tour.
Finally, Margol pulls into Jacksonville International Airport where
he leaves the car and helps Ali with his luggage.
An international airport at 5 ajn. is not the liveliest place to be, but
the minute Ali walked in, things began to happen.
First he checked his and his guards luggage and checked in for the
flight. The Eastern attendant doesn't notice that his passenger is
Muhammad Ali.
But the people working three counters down at Delta realized
immediately that Eastern wifi have a celebrity riding its airlines.

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All finishes and the five people in his party head upstairs to the
snack bar, passing the boys at Delta c?i the way.
I*ll whup you all/* Ali says, shock g everyone in his party.
A wait of nearly an hour was ahead for the Louisville Lip and he
had to fill some time.
The real Ali was awakening.
He finished his third pint of milk and sat down to wait for his
plane's departure time.
*1 am the greatest fighter in the world,** Ali said, bringing the true
champ hack to life.
The Delta boys now were coming upstairs for their coffee break
and they gathered around Ali admiring him and waiting to hear him
speak.
Slowly, Ali was attracting people around him, like honey would
bees. Ali was, like he said, the most popular fighter that ever lived.
If Joe Frazier ever dreamed that he whopped me, he would hare
to wake up and apologize,** AU was starting to go good now. The
people miffing around him didn't want to get too dose, as they were
messing witn i Kgcna.
Joe Frazier may have gotten the decision, but he got a terrible
whupping. He still knows I*m the greatest.** Ali hit full speed with this
line. The IS people in attendance were not anything compared to
what Ali is accustomed to talking to. But, there was an audience to
please, and, Ali, despite having been awake for over 40 hours
consecutively, was realty to meet them.
He hit me so hard in the 15th round, it jarred my kin folks In
Africa/* Ali said, giving credit to Frazier for putting AU on his back.
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Cant fight, no ddfi, just a lot of will. WUI will overpower your
skill." AU waa not onty speeding up his tempo for the crowd, bat he
was getting into poetry.
Being in Jacksonville reminded AU of his first UFO sighting.
It was right here at the airport," he said. It (UFO) waa as high as
a star and moved funny. It would hover, jump, then angle off and
finally just disappear from sight."
AU the fighter was now AU the UFO specialist.
I've been seeing them for 10 years. They aren't from any other
planet, they are made right here on earth." Ali looked around as he
said it to make sure that he hadn't lost anybody.
Now, I*ve got 16mm pictures of them to prove it. And I also have
witnesses. Was George Plimpton with me then? Yea, he was there and
he saw them too," AU said, answering his own questions.
I've got the photo! It's not trick photography."
To the surprise of all, AU changed moods to a serious tone when
asked about the Muslims and his draft appeal.
1H be back in once I quit fighting. But they won't have me as long
as I am fighting," AU commented about his reinstation to the Black
Muslims.
Then, like he told the press conference Monday night, he would
go to jail If convicted on the draft evasion. The Supreme Court wiD
decide AU's fate next month.
But again, Ali shifted gears back to his poetry and his old favorites
including black balloons and the poem he recited before the first
Sonny Liston*Cassius Clay fight in 1964.
It was 6:05 a.m., and Ali had finished toying with his spectators.
He row, walked to the restroom to washup before boarding his
plane.
AU was off to South Carolina where he will be under seige from
another campus for a day that will ask him for autographs, interviews,
and to hold another press conference.
Does he get tired of the same routine and the same questions?
When you are the greatest fighter in the world, you can put up

Wednesday, May 12, 1971, The Florida Alligator,

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offer, come by 1005 iw 13 it
(A-St-134-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 6 storage. Eqpt. Inc!.
3 double paddles, ketch sail rig,
outriggers, leeboards, spray
cover/aprons, motormount. Phone
372-9842 after 5:00 p.m.
(A-st-132-p)
For Sale! 1965 VW Sedan w Sunroof.
Call 378-9811 after 6:00 p.m.
(A-St-132-p)

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SATURDAY, MAY 15
UNIVERSITY AUDITORIUM
9 PM & 11 PM
2JOO Advance
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Ttokets Available JWNU Box offtoe

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Set of Great Books with study guides
<125 Colliers encyclopedia 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 <3OO. Call
Skip, Phi Tau house, 378-4888.
(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)
Concord 994 Automatic Reversing
Professional Stereo Tape Recorder
with speakers. Excellent Condition
1970-CL-540, Low mi lege, excelent
condition, must sell, goes to highest
offer; call for Wayne after 4:00,
373-2646 (A-st-134-p)
FREE to a good home 5 adorable
puppies will not grow to a large size
372-8633 or 376-5367 (A-st-135-p)
Leaving town Must Sell: TEAC 4010
Tape Recorder and Maximus Series
A" Monitor Speakers Phone
376-5367 after 5:00 (A-st-135-p)
General electric AM-FM radio,
universal AM-FM radio portable, plus
records, you name ITI call Bruce at
378-0916 (A-3t-135-p)
Honda 250 set up
for off-road use best offer over
378-6874 (A-lt-135-p)
Need cash Must sell Lear Jet eight
track stereo tape deck <90.00 new
Includes collection of 18 tapes Will
sacrifice <75.00 Jim 376-0549
(A-st-135-p)
Lucor Model 5618 tape recorder 7
reel to reel portable, 2-speed, In good
condition <3O. Call 378-9371, leave
message. (A-st-133-p)
Fiberglass, Resin, Auto-marlne
reflnlshlng supptys, foam and epoxy
available at wholesale prices 3510
NW 34 st. phone 372-3011
(A-10t-133-p)
68 Mont. Ward Riverside cycle,
12Scc, 1200 miles. Includes helmet
and car rack, 376-9541 bet. 5:30-7:30 PM
(A-St-133-p)
FOR RENT
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-6t-131-p)
Female apt to sublet for summer
the place utilities included <7B a
month-call 373-2967 (B-3M34-P)
Female roommate wanted, poolside
apt. village park, have own room for
<46 per mo.l summer quarter only.
Call 376-9829. (B-2t-134-p)
Wanted roomate lamancha to sublet
for summer all utilities and free color
tv Included 75 call stave 378-8403 (B-St-131-p)

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FOR RENT
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Sublet Beautiful MT Vernon 2
bedroom town house room for 3
more male roommates. Dishwasher
lUi bath garb. disp. pool close to
campus <2lO/mo. call 376*8366
(B-3t-130-p)
Sublet deluxe three bedroom
Hawaiian Village Townhouse apt <45
mo. July & August call 378-4092
(B-St-132-p)
Sublet one bedroom apt. air cond.
407 NW 15 St. 378-1728 avail. June Ist or June
15th (B-3t-133-p)
Mature male share Summit House
apt. pool ac dishwasher close to
campus <45 mo NO DEPOSIT
available June 1 call 378-7889
(B-3t-134-p)
Sublet Village 34 apt for summer,
a/c; quiet surroundings, great for grad
student. In the fall. 373-4275 at p.m.
(B-st-134-p)
Sublease for summer landmark apt
175 June rent free new draperies new
paint free bookshelves dlshwash a/c
near pool call 376-9516 for info.
(B-st-134-p)
2 rm apt to sublet thru Aug Mi June
rent paid campus a/c furnished 1829 nw 2nd
avenue apt 8 (B-2t-135-p)
Landmark 107 needs 1 male
roommate to sublet for
summer-move In nowl May rent paid
pool, air-conditioning, tv call
378-4045 (B-st-13 S-p)
SUBLET Landmark apt. 127 for
summer June rent free a/c pool 2
bedroom call or come by 378-9594
(B-st-13 S-p)
sublet summer qtr, large 1 bedroom
apt, point west, furnished, a/e pool,
June paid, 165/mo. 378-0845
(B-st-135-p)
For summer 2 bedroom Camelot Apt
furn. or unfum. a/e ww carpet
dishwasher sauna fireplace pool Also
avail for next year. Call 372-1065
(B-St-135-p)
Room for male student for summer.
Kitchen facHties, AC. <75 mo covers
everything. 373-1949 anytime after 8
pm. (B-st-135-p)
For rent summit house 1 bedroom
apt unfurnished near va and us
hospital call manager before 5:00 pm
or 378-3784 after 5:00 pm.
(B-S-138-p)
One roommate to share two bedroom
duplex near mlllhopper. Private
bedroom, air conditioned peace and
quiet. 8150-summer. Kenny
378-6431 (B-st-135-p)
June rent free! sublet poolside apt
for summer fredrick gardens apt 1
<36.25 4 utl. per mo. need 4 for 2 br
ac, carpeted, barbeque call soon
373-3006 (B-St-135-p)
SUMMER SPECIAL our loss your
gain 2 bedroom apt In heart of sin
city furnished a/c 3 pools regular price call 373-1365
(B-Bt-135-p)
Cln City 1 bedroom apt. sublease for
summer qtr. poolside pets welcome I
sacrifice at 4 372-7482 (B-st-135-p)

set up
offer over

SUMMER
JOBS
MAJOR FLORIDA CITIES
$125.00 per week Salary
Prater male 18-28 with business like appearance and
dependable with car. We offer pleesant working
conditions and company training.
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10:30 A.M. and 3:30 P.M.
TUESDAY MAY 18
Room 349 Reitz Union

FOR RENT
June rent tree 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)
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-st-132-p)
sublet French Quarter, June-S2O,
July-Aug, S4O + util, need 4 for 2
bedrooms, call 378-9057-apt. 113
(B-st-133-p)
Female roommate wanted for luxury
upstairs VP poolside apt. Immediate
occupancy or summer only. Senior or
grad preferred. Must rent. Will
negotiate. Call 373-2218 or
205-764-4586 collect ((B-7t-134-p)
Sublet two bedroom duplex for
summer ac $l2O mo. call 376-9978
anytime (B-3t-134-p)
sublet plush hawallan village apt.
advantages too numerous to name I
will arrr.nge price. If you want to live
the good summer Hfe call 378-1772
(B-3t-134-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 (3-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)
Male roomate needed In large house
$125 for entire summer, private bath
8 entrance with kitchen, close to
campus behind norman call 378-0164
now. (8-st-134-p)
THE PLACE-vacancles for two In
penthouse for summer, pool and
sauna. $82.50 monthly Includes
utilities, call 378-9270. ask for Steve
(B-st-134-p)
WANTED
Wanted Roomate for summer quarter
SIOO + util for summer in Landmark
376-3683 (C-st-132-p)
Tenant wanted to sublet 1 bedroom
apartment for summer. $125 per
month Butter Garden apts call
373-3206 after 5:00 pm Sin Clty./or
373-4359 (C-4t-133-p)
Fantastic 3 bedroom house needs 2
people (Girls?) for the summer, ne
section. S3O monthly utilities 1209
nw 12 ave 372-7361 (C-2t-134-p)
Wanted: single room for next hill
anywhere In G. must be nice. Or 2 or
3 bedroom house for rent next year
Call 392-7208 Keep trying.
(C-3t-134-p)
1-2 female rmmates for Fred.
Gardens apt. beginning fall qtr. Prefer
grad student, upper dlv, or nurse. Call
Melissa, 373-2480. (C-3t-134-p)
Female roommate to share 1
bedroom apt. for summer, a/c, pool.
Call Joyce. 373-3287 or 373-3664.
(C-st-134-p)

WANTED
2 roommates wanted large 4
bedroom house near mall cable tv
private or semi-private bedroom S4O
per month utilities Incl. 378-6810
(C-st-13 S-p)
Married couples: Spend Just 1 hr. and
earn $5 by giving opinions with your
spouse. No tricks research project
needs you for one brief session. Call
376-5852 after 5 pm (C-3t-135-p)
Want to buy 10 speed bike call
392-8310 ask for Todd or John
(C-3t-13S-p)
SERIOUS AND LIVELY students to
share townhouse at the PLACE next
year, call tom 373-3911 late after
11:45 p.m. (C-st-135-p)
Four males needed for 5 bed. apt. at
the place. Rent S6O/mo. during
summer, reg. S7O Call 372-7202
(C-3t-135-p)
Female wants to share apt. with
other girls for the Fall quarter, call
373-3225 (C-3t-135-p)
1 or 2 female roommates for summer
qtr at the place S7B/mo. Ind util 1
bk from campus pvt bedroom pool
dishwasher air-cond call 373-2287
(C-2t-135-p)
2 female roommates for luxurious
Camelot Apts, for summer only.
Very cheap. Call Janet at 392-9713.
(C-4t-135-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)
Private rooms now available tor sum
fall, large house, kitchen prvlgs, tv
room, SSO-65 + utilities. 2 blks from
campus -1204 nw 3 ave 3784)390
(C-st-134-p)
Need a place this summer?! need a
roomate guy or chick. $132.50 for
all summer. Girls who are good cooks
- even less. Rich 372-6772.
(C-4t-134-p)
HELP WANTED
Need a Job? Male or female help
wanted. Full or pvt time. Flexible
hours. Start Immediately. For
Information call Scott 373-1962.
(E-st-132-p)
Jobe on ships! perfect summer Job or
career, benefits draft exemption,
excellent pay, worldwide travel. Send
$2.00 for Information, seafax box
1173, douglas, artzona 85607
(E-st-135-p)
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AUTQS)
69 Triumph GT 6+ late mod AM FM
4 new radiats fantastic condition very
well maintained $2400 or best offer
392-6003 (G-7t-131-p)
60 VW bus 65 engine bucket seats
carpeting first 250 takes It call
372-1117 (G-4t-134-p)
1969 V-8 Mustang for sale. Campus
Credit Union 1200 SW sth SL
392-0393 (Q-st-132-p)
1964 Pontiac Lemans, 6 cyl, radio
and heater, mlchelln x steal cord
radial tires, excellent condition, $459
caH 373-1646 (G-St-132-p)
1963 Austin Healey 3000 mk II wire
wheels roll-up windows S6OO or best
offer 41T SW 3rd St. 372-7294
(G-st-133-p)
English Ford STATION wag. Runs,
but needs work Must Sell This
Week! II $75 or Best Offer (No Lie)
376-5667 (Q<2t-133-p)
GUARANTEED!
VALUE
QUALITY
. SfRVICE ~
YOU GET
THESE
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AUTOS
1964 OLDS with accessories
excellent mechanical condition,
paint, upholstery, carpet like new call
376-6049 (G-3M35-P)
65 Caravelle conv, with bigger 70
engine and clutch, fantastic car 30
mpg, $570 or make offer. 66 DART
conv. will sacrifice, call 372-5827
(G-5M35-P)
1965 VW CONVERTIBLE 1966
engine and transmission. Good top,
tires, radio, heater. $650 Call
372- (G-st-135-p)
FOR SALE: porsche engine s-63-356
normal $450/64-65 super 90 $650
912 specs. 378-1668 (G-lOt-135-p)
$175 1963 Dodge dart convertible
1829 nw 2nd avenue apt. 8
(G-2t-135-p)
*62 Kharman Ghla. ugly but perfect
mechanically, have never had any
trouble with, call Rocky at 373-1536
or Larry at 378-0282 $200.00
(G-2t-134-p)
70 triumph gt6t, radio, ac, excellent
condition S4OO plus pay off SIBSO.
must sell. Lynn 8-5 392-1161 ext 39
after 5 373-1467 (G-3t-134-p)
Need a like new" car for a
reasonable price? 1968 mg midget
new paint Job 28000 ml must sell
wife is "great with child" call
373- after 5:00 (G-4t-134-p)
63 mercury 390 rebuilt engine power
drive convertible new tires a/c. many
new parts radio well kept interior
after 5 call 378-3326 (G-st-131-p)
PB| A ,;. h s 445
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This Engagement
WINNER OP TWO
ACADEMY AWARDS
JOHN MILLS
BEST CINCMATOORAPNY
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AUTOS
VW BUS Needs To Be Loved! 196 9 7
pass, rebuilt eng. lioo miles new
trans. new dutch, blaupunkt am*fm
sw radio, 3 blaupunkt speaker sys,
sunroof, custom platform with
mattress In rear, tires new or good
custom yellow with white roof, exc.
cond. $2200 call 378-8818 6-7 pm
(G-st-134-p)
1963 Chevrolet Impala six cylinder.
Only 40,000 miles, first $200.00 or
best offer Call Rick at 376-1665
afternoons 3-5 or 378-7082 after 7
(G-3t-134-p)
67 GMC Supervan Good running
condition new paint inside and out
must sacrifice call 373-3368 or
378-9688 only $795 (G-st-131-p)
VW 61 SUN ROOF 2 NEW TIRES
- $2250R BEST OFFER DR. WIND,
392-3111 AFTER 6pm 378-4054
(G-st-131-p)
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PERSONAL
PRUFROCK Speakers, Albums, Free
Delivery, 376-9267 tape your own
8-tracks and cassettes. Spanish Main
(J-10t-135-p)
Get fine handcrafted SANDALS at
the ETERNAL EXCHANGE 804 W.
Unlv. Ave. (J-st-135-p)
LOST puppy In NW area (could be
anywhere) shephered markings black
and tan wt. 25lbs answers to yahna
GVllle tag 2461 rward call 373-4354
(L-3t-135-p)
Lost light tan wallet plaza May 9
need IDs please call Fred Congdon
376-5713 (L-4t-135-p)
FOUND: female puppy, about 5
weeks old, beige, cute, vicinity of
mcdonalds. call 376-7746 needs
home quick, cant keep it. hi Jim
(L-3t-135-p)
Lost pair man sunglasses last week
golden frame gray lenses please call
372-9623 (L-2t-135-p)
Free female dog. gentle, loving,
found starving, healthy now.
housebroken, has shots, medium
sized, needs lovel will pay half
spaying free 468-1669 (J-3t-134-p)
Escape the hassles for a weekend.
Enjoy fresh air and good music at
Gainesvilles Musk Festival May
22-23 People's prices $2.50 each
tickets available at the Roc, Spanish
Main and Tuesday Morning
(J-Bt*l3o-p)
SEX HAVE A PROBLEMI Hot line
In service. Confidential answers and
reffals concerlng birth control,
pregnancies, vd and related subjects
available. Call 392-1650 Mon-Frl.
10-10p.m. (J-3t-133-p)
Co-Eds Facial Hair removed forever,
fast, low-cost gentle hair removal.
Edmund Dwyer.
Efectrologlst... 102 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Call 372-8039 for appointment
(j-4 Help Save America I Join the
American Vigilantes! For
Information-Buy and read The
American Vigilante by Alarlc,
Branden Press, 221 Columbus Ave
Boston, Mass. 02116 $4.95
(J-15t-121-p)

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--WANTED! x'-x.Xv.y.xXxXxXyXy^XxXxXrX-X-X---WANTED! Single males. We have ah
types of UF coeds eager to meet you.
Details, write: Box 77346, Atlanta
30309. (J-20t-120-p)
Stereo and TV repair now at
Demian's Leathers. Free estimates
fast service, cheap, guaranteed work,
all makes and components.
(J-st-132-p)
Get Into your OWN pants with wild
suede patches by MadamPooperoo at
Demians Leathers. All colors, from
50 cents, pr. Includes sewing.
(J-st-132-p)
Going home for the summer? Want
to send home all your trunks, bags,
boxes? Am going to St. Pete May 15
14 truck call Bill 372-9216
372- (J-st-131-p)
professional DRAFT COUNSELING
Medlcal-LegaFPsychologlc open
weekends Tel: 891-3736 2135 Ixora
Road No. Miami, 33161 (J-46t-106-p)
FREE KITTENS black A white, 5
weeks old, litter trained, call
378-9876 after 5:00 very cute and
lovable. (J-3t-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 bells for
chicks, plus, as usual the most
complete line of smoking supplies
this side of you-name It
SUBTERRANEAN CIRCUS 10 SW
7th St. Open nightly till 10
(J-3t-133-p)
Free adorable cuddly kittens. 10 wks
have shots, llttertralned all females 2
black & white, will deliver, help! call
468-1669 (J-3t-134-p)
Leather Hotpants. Custom-made for
you In color of your choice. Come
discuss It with Madam Pooperoo at
Demian's prices around 25 dollars
(J-st-132-p)
SEX Is best on a WATERBEO
Climate Control for Comfort call
Elliott 373-3144 (J-st-134-p)
MATH TUTORING. $4.00 per hour.
378-4066 (J-st-131-p)
Feel lonely and In need of help you
are not getting from your feilowman?
Try Jesus Christ at one of his
churches. If you don't have one.
Highlands Presbyterian welcomes
you. 1001 N. E. 16th Avenue
(J-St-126-p)
Need girl to ride to West Coast with
me this summer to get Job. I have
ride. How about you? Will be funl
Call Sharon 392-9675 (J-st-133-p)
If you have a skill or talent and
would like to turn other people on to
It call 373-3842 or truck over to the
house across from what-a-burger
(J-st-134-p)
LOST <& FOUND
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Lost Siberian husky dog tamale, very
friendly Looks like a sled dog with a
bushy curled tall, call 372-4678 after
5. (L-st-134-p)
to the kind soul with a great dane
puppy sultan who gave me a ride
outside landmark apts May 2- I left
my notebook with you call
373- plez (L-2t-134-p)

LOST <& FOUND
Found: Lady's gold watch by Lake
Alice. Call 373-2348 and identify.
(L-3t-133-nc)
Lost: pair of glasses black frames
union optical service on case call
Chuck Lieberman at 378-6886
(L-3t-133-p)
found between Little Hall & Fine
Arts Building man's gold rim
eyeglasses. Call Sandy 392-8650
(L-3t-134-nc)
Lost: a reel of recording tape on
campus Wed., sentimental value,
reward, call 376-4003 or 376-1993
(L-st-133-p)
SERVICES
A iternators generators starters
electrical systems tested and repaired.
Auto-Electric Service, 1111 S. Main
378-7330. Now I Bank Americard and
Master Charge, (m-tfc)
Need a typist? reasonable rates, call
Denise after 5:00 at 373-3942
(M-st-131-p)
LUGGAGE t aken to MIAMI this
summer TRUNKS footlocker
suitcases bicycles don't wait till June
Call NOW Arthur 378-6419
(M-st-134-p)
We're wired for sight at the smallest
eyeglass office In town. Drive your
own waiting room to UNIVERSITY
OPTICIANS at 519 SW 4th Ave.,
across from Greyhound Bus Station,
378-4480. (m-tfC)

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Save 25% or more on all auto parts.
Spark plugs 68 cents. Cash A Carry
Auto Parts. 1111 S. Main St.
378-7330. (M-113-ts-c)
Term papers thesis reports etc typed
accurately and neatly to your
specifications. 50 cents per page, call
Tola 373-1003 anytime during day.
(M-12t-134-p)
Mike's painting let an expert do the
dirty work. Interior or exterior. Free
estimates. Rooms 12x14 or smaller
only *l4. 378-0968 (M-St-133-p)
For the best breakfast In town 2
eggs grits toast coffee 69 cents
Coney Island Restaurant 210 SE Ist
St. Open 5 am hot lunches from 1.00
(M-st-131-p)
Typing at Its' best by former NY
sec'y. Soeed & accuracy. Theses,
dissertations, papers 50 cents & up.
Barbara Coaxum 373-4363
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SAIGON (UPI) Two
thousand South Vietnamese
infantrymen have been lifted by
helicopter to the northeastern
rim of the A Shau valley in
preparation for a possible Allied
push through the 3 5-mile-long
Communist stronghold, military
sources said Tuesday.
The sources said some of the
Saigon government soldiers
clashed with Communist forces

U.S. offers to dear Suez
if agreement is reached

Two Israeli newspapers said
Tuesday the United States has
offered to help pay the cost of
clearing the Suez Canal if Egypt
and Israel reach agreement on
repoening the waterway, closed
since the 1967 war.
Such an accord was the major
purpose of U.S. Secretary of
State William P. Rogers mission
to the Middle East last week.
Washington was said to believe
an interim agreement on
reopening the canal lead to an
over-all Arab-Israeli peace
settlement.
Israeli spokesmen reported
three Arab guerrillas were killed
and a fourth captured by Israeli
troops in a dash Sunday night in
the occupied Golan Heights of
Syria. They said one Israeli
soldier was wounded.
A comparative lull in guerrilla
activity also was broken in the
occupied Gaza strip where an
Israeli soldier and an Arab
woman were wounded in hand
grenade attacks during the past
24 hours.
Soath Floridas
drought may end
MIAMI (UPI) The National
Hurricane Center said there was
a glimmer of hope that South
Floridas worst drought in
recorded history may soon be
alleviated by vast hemispheric
pressure changes.
Dr. Robert Simpson, director
of the hurricane center, said
numerical computer models
predict a low pressure trough
which has persisted over
Southern California will
diminish and be replaced by
higher pressures while pressures
over the Eastern Gulf of Mexico
are expected to fall.
( This will cause the persistent
northwest flow at cloud top
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change to west or southwest and
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Allies prepare for possible push

while setting up an artillery base
on the edge of the valley.
They said five Communists
were killed in the fighting.
The new A Shau troop
movement was reported as the
South Vietnamese government
in Saigon complained to the
International Control
Commission that the
Communists had violated the
Buddhas birthday cease-fire at

The Israeli newspapers Maanv
and Yedioth Aharonoth said
Rogers was reported to have told
Egyptian President Anwar Sadat
in Cairo that the United States
would help finance clearing
operations in the canal.

Parent attacks teacher
over disciplining child

CALHOUN, Ga. (UPI) A
veteran black teacher at a
Gordon County school was
hospitalized Tuesday with
injuries suffered in an attack by
the mother of a white boy
disciplined by the teacher.
Mrs. Ralph Gardner, only IS
days away from retirement after
33 years in teaching, was
reported in satisfactory
condition.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Raines
were free on $2,000 bond on
warrants charging aggravated
assault taken out by Mrs.
Gardners husband, a minister.
Sheriff Hugh Don Davis and a
deputy were called to the Sugar
Valley school Monday after Mr.
and Mrs. Raines had gone to the
principals office to complain
about a paddling administered
Jimmy Mathes, Mrs. Raines
nine-year-old son by a previous
marrage.
Davis said Mrs. Gardner
admitted she spanked the boy
and said she was sorry. The
youngsters mother was quoted
as saying **thats not good
enough and she attacked the
teacher with something shiny
pulled from her purse.
Davis said the father and son
kept others from breaking up

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least 34 times last weekend,
causing 47 civilian deaths and
wounding IS other civilians.
Military spokesmen reported
that two U.S. soldiers were
killed and 11 wounded in Vietnam
fighting Monday the first time
in six weeks American battle
casualties had exceeded those of
the South Vietnames in a single
day of fighting.
Shortly after reaching the A

The attack followed reports in
many Israeli newspapers taht
Dayan set the scene for a more
flexible Israeli stand during
private talks last Friday with
Joseph P. Sisco, U.S. assistant
secretary of state.

the attack and a second teacher,
Mrs. Jerry Stanfield, also went
to a hospital but was released
after examination.
Wayne Ashworth, the school's
principal, also took out warrants
charging the boy's parents with
felonious assault and disturbing
the peace.
And they said it
couldnt be done
NEW YORK (UPI) The
Tiny Tims have a tiny one. A
six-pound, 10-ounce girl was
bom Monday at Doctors
Hospital to Miss Vickie, the
wife of entertainer Tiny Tim. A
spokesman said both mother and
daughter were doing well. A
name has not been chosen for
the child. It was the first child
for Tiny Tim, falsetto-voiced
singer whose real name is
Herbert Khoury. He is 38.

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Shau rim, the South Vietnamese
infantrymen killed five
Communists without suffering a
loss after dodging stepped-up
antiaircraft fire from Communist
positions in the valley, the
sources said.
Hie Communists knew we
were coming and they were
ready for us, one source said.
We will probably have to
take it easy now and delay going
into the valley for several
months, the source said.
The South Vietnamese
engagement was fought six miles

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northwest of the old French
airstrip A Luoi. There has been
no throust into the A Shu valley
by any large force since the Lam
Son 720 operation began April
14, but U.S. and South
Vietnamese reconnaissance
teams have probed into the
valley from time to time.
In air action, U.S. 852
bombers continued their
blocking action a mile below the
Demilitarized Zone and one mile
east of the Laotian border,
dropping at least 180 tons of
bombs on Communist trail
networks.



The Florida Alligator

STARKVILLE, Miss. (UPI)
The Southeastern Conference
baseball playoffs beginning here
today could be billed as a battle
between the old pro and the

UF coach Trammel recalls
fateful day in pro football

By SIM SMITH
Alligator Sports Writer
As Allan Trammel drifted
under the punt a few years back
he had no way of knowing that
for all practical purposes, his
professional football career was
about to end. Moments later the
Houston Oiler speedster was
tackled by no fewer than three
New York Jets. Trammers right
ankle was so badly injured that
doctors advised him to give up
the game.
Naturally the gutsy halfback
attemped a comeback anyway
but in 1966 he was forced to
recognize the fact that hed
never be able to play again.
Trammel soon became a
highly successful national
sporting goods representative. I
just missed the game too much,*
he said. So after two yean, the
1964 graduate has returned to
the University of Florida. This
time he's coaching.
Trammel, now 28, works with
the defensive unit of the Gators
under coach Doug Knotts. He
was amazed at how complex the
game is now, especially the
defenses. We now have 15 or
16 different defensive calls.
When I played we had four or
five.
Even if the game was not
quite as complex when Trammel
flayed he certainly provided
Gator fans with some fond
memories. He helped the team
to a Sugar Bowl bid in 1964.
A native of Alabama,
Trammers biggest thrill came
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Miss. St. host to SEC playoffs

rookie for the 1971 conference
championship.
Mississippi State, five times
conference champion, hosts
Vanderbilt, which has never won
the baseball title. The game
launches a best- of-three series
with play moving to Nashville,
Tenn., Friday. If necessary, a
third game will be played
Saturday.
State, the defending
conference titlxst, wrapped up
another Weston Division crown
during the weekend with a
three-game sweep over
Mississippi, the Bulldogs' sixth
consecutive win over the Rebels
during tiie season.

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10-6 in Tuscaloosa in 1964.
How does he like Doug
Dickeys style? Coach Dickey is
a tremendous winning coach.
Well have a SEC champion
here! This year? Yes I believe
it could be this year, he stated.
Trammel is very aware that
the Gators have a very tough
schedule. The main problem is
keeping the kids healthy with a

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The weekend series gave
Coach Paul Gregory's Bulldogs a
27-9 seasonal mark and a 13-5
SEC record. Mississippi State
won conference titles in 1970,
1965,1966,1948, and 1949.
Vanderbilt, coached by Larry
Schmittou, beat Florida in a
three-game series last weekend,
including a 13-2 victory in the
final game, to grab the Eastern
Division title.
The closest a Vanderbilt team
has ever come to winning the
SEC title was a second-place tie
with Auburn in 1943. The
Commodores wound up with a
11-5 SEC and 34-17 over-all
record.

schedule like we've got. Florida
will meet such teams as
Alabama, Auburn, Tennessee,
F.S.U., Georgia, and LSU.
Coach Trammel says he is the
happiest he has been in recent
years. He is surrounded by his
two true loves-football and his
lovely wife Jo Ellen, not
necessarily in that order, of
course.

Senior lefthander Mike
Profitt, the Bulldogs' top pitcher
with a 9-1 mark, was expected
to draw the starting assignment

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Ali to put out Joes fire
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or later he will knock you on your
deletion. He will get the left out where
you cant see it, and in it comes like a
brick.
- Ernest

Heavyweight champion Joe Frazier had that
brick-like left hook waiting for deposed champ
Muhammad Ali in the 13th round of their March
12th IS-rounder which decided the worlds
recognized ring king.
But Ali, speaking on campus Monday night in
a speech co-sponsored by Accent '72 and the
Black Student Union, openly argued the judges'
decision.
The articulate Louisville boxer, who faces a
possible five year sentence for draft evasion
charges, said M a couple of the judges were war
veterans.**
I know 1 whooped him, Ali explained. I
know I won nine rounds. I hit him five to one.
And he did.
Frazier just came with his mind already made
up, Ali continued. Frazier took one hdl of a
pounding. He didn't get away from a single
punch. He got the decision, but he took a terrible
beating.
Frazier looking more like the loser than the
victor entered a hospital immediately after the
fight for observation. Yank Durham, his
manager, feared a possible concussion.
He just kept coming at me and 1 kept
pounding him, Ali said. He's crazy. About the
fifth round I had to quit dancing. They took
three rounds from me for just playing with him.
When will Ali get another shot at the crown?
The first of next year if I'm not in jail or if
Joe doesn't fall off his motorcycle.'*
Admitting to have been hit more in his bout
with Frazier than in any other fight, Ali said he
usually gets slugged about four times a fight.
Ive had 289 bouts and fought thousands of
rounds, said the ex-champ. Then in that last
fight I get a swollen jaw.
Ali vows to hit Frazier so hard in his next
match that hell become the first colored
satellite
And Ali, who has set his goal and is making a
determined effort to reach it, will probably come

Women golfers
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with UM, Rollins
The UF womens golf team
will travel to Miami today to
face Barry College and the
University of Miami in a
triangular match at the Biltmore
Country Club in Coral Gables.
Coach Mimi Ryan will bring
Cindy Meyers, Susie Scranton,
Marilyn Simpson and Suzzane
Jackson into the match.
The Gators will not bring the
1971 Florida Woman's Amateur
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close to launching the piston-like slugger.
I still have speed, Ali said. 11l fight until
I'm 35 and then 111 have to back off.
That gives the 29-year-old poet, boxer and
speaker five years to regain his title providing
he doesn't go to jail. His case, now before the
U.S. Supreme Court, will be decided in June.
Ali says his rematch will go this way:
Ding. Ali goes out to meet Frazier and
Frazier starts to retreat. If he goes back any
farther, he'll be in a ringside seat.
But it won't be that easy. And Ali knows it.
The fancy-footed fighter is relying on his Ali
shuffle to pull him through a rematch.
I use it for defensive retreat and offensive
attack, Ali quipped. The Ali shuffle will make
you stuffle.
Ali cited how fans at his second Sonny Liston
fight asked for their money back because they
didn't see no punch.
They just blinked at the moment and missed
it, he said.
Though unwilling to make a prediction on his
next meeting with Frazier, Ali did read a piece of
poetry depicting the outcome.
It goes this way:
Joe's going to come out smoking
And 1 won't be joking
I'm going to be pecking and poking
Im going to pour water on his smoking
This may shock and amaze ya
But Im going to retire Frazier.
Referring to a talked of bout with basketball
star Wilt Chamberlain, Ali said at first he thought
it was a joke.
Somebody told Chamberlain he could box,
Ali said.
Chamberlain, at 7-foot-2 and 270 pounds, has
fought several amateur bouts and the fight still
remains a strong possibility.
Ali admits Chamberlain might put up a fight
for a couple of rounds. What black man on the
street doesn't know how to fight, he asked.
Can I reach him? That's what people are
going to pay to see.

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Skiers recover from loss
with win on Wauberg

By RICHARD MOFFETT
Alligator Corrwpondant
The Gator Ski Team came
back from its first defeat in four
years to win their weekend
tournament at Lake Wauburg
this past weekend.
Ten Junior Colleges and
Universities participated in the
Gators second home ski meet
this year.
UF team member Linda
Odum placed first in womens
dalom with a perfect pas
through the six-buoy slalom
course at 34 mph, well above
masters performance in this
water sport. Demonstrating her
consistent tournament skiing,

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Unda Lewis placed third out of
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Newcomer Cindy Perkins placed
fourth, while teammates Linda
Aust and Dale Rogers io
scored for die team.
Tony Krupa and Pete
Vonampus placed first and
second with scores of 2121 and
1512 respectively in mens trick
UFs Sonny Craddock,
sixth wffh IQ7I points, Harvey
McLeod 620 pdints and Tony
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Womens jumping closed
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Sunday's final event, mens
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Ted Nye of Rollins College
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sophomore at the University, Rick and his wife
rented here for one year and then decided to buy the
trailer. Rick finds living in and owning a mobile home
more private, cheaper and also an investment for the
future.
Consider these advantages of living in a trailer and
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home.
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and barbequeing which is especially convenient in
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sunken living room.

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great! Because Rick owns his
trailer, all he pays every month is
his lot rent, which includes the
cable T.V., water and septic tank.
It's really a good idea if you're
thinking of privacy and an
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Apartment
Living More
Sophisticated
Apartment living in
Gainesville as well as throughout
the country is becoming more
and more sophisticated,
according to Wayne D. Mason,
president of Gainesville
Apartment Association.
In this era .of change the
renting publics way of life is
changing, says Mason. The
apartment renter wants his home
his apartment to reflect his
achievements and aspirations.
The more he pays in rent, the
more he wants in status and
services.
Todays apartment dweller
wants recreational facilities such
as: swimming pool, sun deck,
putting green, tennis court,
health club, sauna bath,
clubhouse, day care center,
security personnel, monthly
newsletters and organized social
activities.
According to GAA,
apartments may well become the
dominant life-style in the near
future. The apartment industry
is already predicted to match the
home builders unit this year
for the first time in the nations
history.
Studies cited by GAA show a
trend in the past few years that
home ownership is more costly
than living in a comparable
apartment. Part of the savings
appears to stem from the fact
that apartment dwellers get the
benefit of various facilities.

TENANTS UNITE!
What will you do when:
you dont get your security deposit back?
your heater, stove, or air-conditioner breaks down?
all those things you were promised new furniture,
rugs, paint never seems to happen?

Whether you have had trouble or
not, you know what has
happened to others. What will
you' do when it happens to you?
Hopefully, of course, a
discussion with your manager
will resolve the problem. What if
it doesn't? Even if there are legal
remedies, costs may be high.
To rectify this situation, a

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tenants association is being
established for Gainesville. It
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organization established to
protect tenants in their dealings
with their landlords. The idea is
not new; tenants associations
have been started throughout
the United States. The
organization will be

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All electric water to air heat pumps for summer and winter
comfort at lowcost.
FRIGIDAI RE all electric kitchen, featuring large two door
refrigerators, disposalls, ranges and automatic dishwashers.
Huge walk in closets.
Wall to Wall carpeting.
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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 32601

representative of the needs of
the local tenants' community
run by members elected from
the tenants themselves.
The function of the
association is to centralize the
economic and moral power of
the tenants of Gainesville so that
this power can be effectively
used. Presently, landlords have a

For further information, call Mike Putfi, secretary
of Legal Affairs at 392-1665 between 4:15 and
5:30 or 378-5603 after 6:00, or Bob Henderson,
Undersecretary for the Association, at 373-4346

great advantage. They know that
no single individual is able to
invoke sanctions against them.
As a united group of many
individuals, however, we will
have a broad range of effective
sanctions available, and thus
correct individual injustices and
improve conditions for all
tenants.

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Four or five bedrooms-whatever you need-and each one private. Now you have it made.
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Private entrance front and rear with patio or balcony. Enjoy your air conditioning and all
electric kitchen with disposal and dishwasher. Relax in front of the tube or stereo and pick
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rooms, oversized walk in closets, wall to wall carpeting,
color co-ordinated drapes and furnishings. All electric
kitchens, disposals dishwashers and large frost-free
refrigerators cable antenna available. Large recreation
hall, billiard and pool tables, table tennis, chib room,
color T.V. Two large swimming pools, beautiful play
area amid a pleasantly planted naturally wooded tract of
land. Secluded, yet within easy access to all of
Gainesville and within easy walking distance of the
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Tenants Association Established

The Greater Gainesville Tenant Association
is a non-profit, democratic organization
formed by, and for the protection of tenants,
according to Mike Pugh, Secretary of Legal
Affairs. It is open to all tenants in and near
Gainesville.
Pugh stated that its function is to combine
the economic and moral reserves of tenants in
the area so that these individuals may enjoy
some degree of bargaining parity with local
landlords. Anyone living in Gainesville can
clearly see the need for such an organization;
individuals are at the complete mercy of the
local landlords; landlords dictate terms to a
prospective tenant knowing full well that that

. ramble: Whereas the individual
tenant is often powerless in a
landlord-tenant relationship, this
non-profit voluntary association, to
be called the Greater Gainesville
Tenants Association, is formed so
that the Gainesville tenants may
interact with management on an
equitable basis in order to alleviate all
legitimate and unnecessary
grievances.
I. Membership Requirements
A. All tenants in the Gainesville
area are eligible for membership in
this Association.
B. Any member of an affiliated
local is automatically a member of
the Greater Gainesville Tenants
Association.
C. To become a member, the
tenant must sign a statement of
acceptance of the current by-laws
and constitution of the Greater
Gainesville Tenants Association.
11. Membership Obligations
A. To vote.
B. To participate.
C. To inform their respective
representatives of all legitimate
complaints that have arisen during
dealings with the management.
D. To pay such nominal dues as
required by their properly elected
representatives in the event funds are
not available from other sources to
cover expenses.
E. To inform the Greater
Gainesville Tenants Association of
any change in his status.
111. Rights of Membership
A. Members have the right to file
suggestions and complaints with any
representative.
B. Members may attend and
participate in any Executive or
Delegate Committee meetings but
may not vote at said meetings.
C. Any member may ask for
Executive Committee or
Representative advice.
D. A member may only ask for
Executive Committee action after:
1. rejection by management of
his complaint, and
2. lack of effective action by
his local.
E. Any individual once a member
of this association retains his
membership so long as he remains a
tenant in the Greater Gainesville area.
F. Any member of the Greater
Gainesville Tenants Association is
automatically a member of his
respective affiliated local; in the
event he does not wish to be
associated with said local, he may
petition the Greater Gainesville
Tenants Association Executive
Committee to waive his required
local membership.
IV. Officers
A. The primary organization of
officers for the Greater Gainesville
Tenants Association shall be known
. as the Executive Committee.
Membership on the Executive
Committee shall consist of:
1. A chairman who is a member
of the Greater Gainesville Tenants
Association.
2. A vice-chairman who is a
member of the Greater Gainesville
Tenants Association.
3. A secretary who is a member
of the Greater Gainesville Tenants
Association.
4. A treasurer who is a member
of the Greater Gainesville Tenants
Association.
5. Five members at large who
are members of the Greater
Gainesville Tenants Association.
B. The Executive Committee will
I. Research Committee
Chairman.

A. To vote.

person cannot bargain over any of these
terms.
Bob Henderson, Undersecretary for the
Tenants Union, said that leases are very
one-sided giving the landlord many rights and
privileges and the tenant almost none. This
problem is further aggravated by the relative
housing shortage in Gainesville.
To correct this situation is the goal of the
Greater Gainesville Tenant Association.
United tenants shall be able to deal from a
position of strength.
Henderson emphasized the fact that this
organization is formed tcrhelp students. It can
only be effective if it has sufficient

GGTA Constitution

2. A Membership Committee
Chairman.
3. An Information Committee
Chairman.
4. A Finance Committee with
the treasurer of the Greater
Gainesville Tenants Association as
the permanent head.
5. Any other committees that it
feels are necessary.
C. The Greater Gainesville
Tenants Association Chairman will be
the chief Executive Officer of the
Association, will be the liason to the
managements, and will be the
presiding officer of all Executive and
Delegate Committee meetings.
D. The Greater Gainesville
Tenants Association Vice-Chairman
will be responsible for the
functioning of all committees. In
addition, he will be the presiding
officer of the Executive and Delegate
Committees in the absence of the
Chairman and will take over for the
chairman in the event of his absence.
E. The Greater Gainesville
Tenants Association Secretary will be
responsible for taking minutes at all
Executive and Delegate Committee
meetings and making these available
to the general membership. In
addition, he will be responsible for
collecting and compiling all reports
and records.
F. The Greater Gainesville
Tenants Association Treasurer will be
responsible for collecting and
dispersing all funds of the
association. In addition, he will be
responsible for accurate open records
of finances to the Delegate
Committee once a quarter or as
required by the Executive
Committee.
* G. No checks shall be issued
unless signed by the Treasurer and
the Chairman of the Greater
Gainesville Tenants Association.
H. Committee Chairman shall be
responsible for the proper
functioning of his committee. He
shall make all necessary findings and
suggestions of projects to the Greater
Gainesville Tenants Association
Executive Committee.
I. Any member of the Greater
Gainesville Tenants Association may
be a chairman of any standing or
special committee, except as herein
provided.
V. Elections of the Executive
Committee
A. Elections will be in the third
week of October. The exact day will
be selected by the outgoing
Executive Committee.
B. The Executive Committee will
be elected by the Delegate
Committee.
C. The Chairman, Vice-Chairman,
Secretary, Treasurer, snd five
members at large of the Executive
Committee will be elected by a
majority of the members of the
Delegate Committee voting.
D. Any member of the Greater
Gainesville Tenants Association may
nominate for the Executive
Committee at the meeting of the
Delegate Committee wherein election
is held. In the event that no
candidate receives the majority of the
vote on the first ballot, those two
candidates with the greatest number
of voters will be in a run-off.
E. If a vacancy on the Executive
Committee should occur, the
members of the Delegate Committee
shall, by majority vote, at their next
regular meeting or at a special
meeting called by the Executive
Committee, select a replacement
until the next geneeral election.
F. The Executive Commitee shall
see to it that elections are properly
run.

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VI. Executive Committee Meetings
A. Meetings of the Executive
Committee will be held bi-weekly
with the exception of the winter
holidays. Time of the meetings will
be at the discretion of the Chairman
of the Executive Committee.
B. Special meetings of the
Executive Committee may be called
by the Chairman.
VII. Responsibilities of the
Executive Committee
A. Recommend policy to the
Delegate Committee.
B. Handle membership
complaints.
C. Disseminate information.
D. Gather necessary data.
E. Set up a working relationship
with management.
F. Call general meetings of the
Delegate Committee when necessary.
G. Coordinate the activities of this
' association.
H. Set up special committees and
select chairmen for special and
standing committees.
I. Formulate proposed
constitutional amendments and if
approved by two-thirds of the
Delegate Committee incorporate
them into this constitution.
J. Approve the constitution and
by-laws of the locals.
K. Reapportion the city for the
purpose of electing delegates when
necessary.
L. Propose by-laws to the
Delegate Committee.
M. Establish what locals it deems
necessary.
N. Censure and/or dismiss locals
from the Greater Gainesville Tenants
Association on sufficient cause by
two-thirds of the Executive
Committee; and appeal nny be taken
by such local at the next Delegate
Committee meeting.
VIII. Delegates
A. The procedure of electing
members of a local to the Delegate
Committee shall be up to each local.
B. The Delegate Committee shall
consist of forty members, except as
herein provided.
IX. Delegate Committee Meetings
A. Meetings of the Delegate
Committee shall be held at least once
a month at the discretion of the
Chairman.
B. Special meetings of .the
Delegate Committee may be called
by the majority of the Executive
Committee.
C. By majority vote of the
delegates, the Delegate Committee
may call its own special meetings.
X. Responsibilities of the Delegate
Committee
A. Recommend policy and
approve or disapprove any suggested
policies.
B. Channel membership
complaints to the appropriateofficer.
C. Suggest any special committee
that they deem necessary.
D. Select a competent Executive
Committee.
E. Propose and approve any
proposed amendments to this
constitution.
F. Formulate and approve
suggested by-laws.
G. Impeach and dismiss any
member of the Executive Committee.
H. Decide what dues, if any, are
necessary for the continued
functioning of the Greater Gainesville
Tenants Association.
I. Hear on appeal by a local on
censure or dismissal, and approve or
disapprove of the action of the

membership. As a united group of many
individuals, the Association hopes to develop
a wide ranged of effective sanctions.
Although it may be true that now you
have no need for such an association, this may
not always be the case. And when your need
arises, what recourse will you have if due to
your own lack of effort this association dies
at its inception?
Following is a copy of the constitution of
the Greater Gainesville Tenant Association. It
outlines the structure, organization and
functions of the association. Members of the
Tenants Association shall be bound by, and
have the rights prescribed in, this
constitution.

Executive Committee by a majority
vote.
XI. Delegates Responsibilities
A. To inform the members of his
local about any proposed or
approved policies.
B. To attend the regular and
special Delegate Committee meetings.
XII. Procedure
A. The Executive and Delegate
Committee meetings shall be run by
Roberts Rules of Order whenever a
procedure has not been specified in
this constitution.
B. Any action against
management shall require a
two-thirds vote of the Delegate
Committee.
C. Voting by the Delegate
Committee will be by petition, secret
ballot, or in open meeting. The
choice, except in open meeting, will
be at the descretion of the Executive
Committee. Any petition presented
to the delegates shall be in clear and
possithre terms.
D. Matters before the Executive
Committee must be approved by a
majority of that committee, unless
otherwise specified in this
constitution.
XIII. Impeachment Procedures
A. Any member at large may
bring impeachment proceedings
against any member of the Executive
Committee and any chairman of a
standing committee.
B. It shall take a three-fourths
vote of the members of the Delegate
Committee to remove an officer or
chairman from his office.
C. Voting removal shall be at the
meeting immediately succeeding the
meetings at which impeachment was
proposed.
XIV. Amendment Procedures
A. Any member of the Greater
Gainesville Tenants Association may
suggest an amendment to this
constitution to the Executive or the
Delegate Committee in an
appropriate manner.
B. Either the Executive
Committee or the Delegate
Committee will formulate the
proposed amendment.
C. The amendment will become
part of this constitution if approved
by two-thirds vote of all members of
the Delegate Committee.
1. The vote shall be in open
meeting.
2. Voting on any amendment
shall be at the meeting immediately
succeeding the meeting at which the
amendment was proposed.
D. The Executive Committee shall
have the responsibility of ofincorporating
incorporating ofincorporating the approved
amendment into this constitution.
XV. General Provisions
A. Until the membership of the
Greater Gainesville
Association reached 1000, the
planning committee shall act as the
interim Executive Committee. If '*11
fairly establish locals and app<*
delegates.
1. Upon reaching a memb<
of 1000, the planning conur
shall be dissolved and appro
elections held.
2. Upon reaching a nr
of 1000, the interim Executive
Committee shall apportion the city
so that 40 delegates are fairly
selected to the Delegate Committee.
B. No person may hold the office
of Chairman of the Executive
Committee for more than two
successive complete terms.

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I Georgetown
I 1324 N.W. 16th Ave.
I Point West
I 500 S.W. 34th St.
I Village 34
I 328 S.W. 34th St.
I Village Park
I 1001 S.W. 16th Ave.
I Landmark
I 1111 S.W. 16th Ave.

ii.v ry member*. Carl Opp, Director of Univ. of Fla. Off Campus Housing. I
I ' Associate Members: Commercial Bank of Gainesville, Citizens I
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La Bonne Vie I
309 S.W. 16th Ave. I
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SPECIAL SUMMER RATES
single or double occupancy

SIOO per month including
utilities.
Nine month minimum lease beginning with fall quarter.
$187.50 per person per quarter, double occupancy
$345.00 per quarter, Single occupancy utilities included.
Monthly, weekly and daily rates depending on availability.
Contact Office at 1225 S.W. 1 Ave. or Phone 378-2221 for
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Contact Rontal Office at 1225 S.W. Ist Ave. Gainesville, Florida or Phono 378-2221

COLONIAL MANOR APARTMENTS

300 FT. FROM
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U. OF F.
DIRECTLY ON BUS
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CENTER
NEAR UF AND
HOSPITALS
FIREPROOF
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COLORED KITCHEN FIXTURES
GARBAGE DISPOSALS IN KITCHEN SINKS
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This colonial styled modem apartment building was
located at its present site beceuse of its proximity to
University of Florida, hospitals and the downtown
Gainesville commerical area and office buildings.
These apartments are designed and decorated for people
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STUDIO APTS

Luxury Off Campus Housing with On
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Theaters.

Elevated Pool
Recreation Room
Confectionery
Elevator Service
Private Phone Available
Community Phone On Each Floor
Beautiful landscaping
Air Conditioned Study Lounge
TV Central Antenna System
Cable TV Available
Storage & Luggage Facilities
Air Conditioned Rooms
Thermostatically Controlled Heat
Fire Proof Construction
Kitchenettes
Wall-to-Wall Carpeting
Decorator Lamps & Draperies
Coin Laundry Foci lities

The furnished apartments are beautifully decoratftd with
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