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Vol. 63, No. 139

Chiles introduces financial aid bills

By STEVE STRANG
Alligator Wire Editor
Legislation designed to extend
federal financial assistance to
college students has been
introduced into the Senate by
U.S. Sen. Lawton Chiles,
D-Lakeland.
Chiles has introduced two
bills the Student Assistant Act
of 1971 and the Secondary
Student Loan Market Act of
1971 which would
strengthen and expand the
already existing guaranteed
student loan program,
according to Jim Boyd, Chiles
administrative assistant in
Washington.
In Turner, UF director of
Son. Lawton Chiles
... proposes student loan bills

Senate toconsider
attendance bills

By CARLOS J. LICEA
Alligator Staff Writer
Two proposals to abolish
mandatory attendance at classes
will be presented to the Student
Senate tonight.
The resolutions, presented by
Senate Student Rights
Committee Chairman Owen
Beitsch, say UF regulations
seemingy allow for optional,
uncontrollable attendance*' and
that checking attendance as a
criterion for a grade should not
be used.
However, this is where the
similarity ends. While resolution 1
to abolish mandatory attendance
is general, calling for a blanket
policy" to cover lecture sections
in which all students not
classified lUC have the option
of attending class; resolution II
prepared a specific set of
guidelines.
It calls for a uniform

The
Florida Alligator

Legislation designed for college students

financial aid praised the bills,
saying they should cause a
substantial change in attitude of
Florida bankers.
The bills are outstanding,
Turner said. They are much
needed. Weve been waiting for
such bills for more than two
years. They are in keeping with
the best banking principles. We
highly endorse them.
The two bills introduced by
Chiles May 4 are both still in
committee, Boyd said. The
Student Labor and Public
Welfare Committees
subcommittee on education is
considering the bill. Boyd would
not speculate when the bills will
clear committee. However, he
said the present Federal Insured
Student Loans Act expires at the
end of the fiscal year.
Rep. Edith Green, D-Oregon,
is sponsoring a similar bill in the
House, called the omnibus
education bill, Boyd said.
Together the bills proposed
by Chiles would:
increase the amount that
could be borrowed to $25,500
per year for high-cost courses of
study;
insure the interest as well as
the principle of the loan;
remove restrictive payment
limits;
provide an interest subsidy
in difficult economic times;

attendance policy to be used
for all students, whether it
(attendance) be optional or
mandatory.
Resolution 11 also asks that a
class outline should state a
professors attitude towards
attendance.
Other bills prepared for the
second meeting of the new
senate are:
An amendment to the Public
Function Authority Chapter,
and a bill asking for the director
of interior to provide procedures
for write-in ballots in Student
Government elections.
Also a resolution for
establishment of a committee to
seek contributions to education
at UF will be presented for
approval.
The senate will meet
349 of the Reitz Union at 7:30.

University of Florida. Gainesville

establish a secondary
market for the loans to enhance
greater participation by lending
to institutions,
e and -strengthen the law to
restrict participation by non
qualified institutions, Boyd said.
Since the present program
began in 1966, the number of
loans has increased from 48,495
to 879,308 in the first nine
months of the current fiscal

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Rules violation causes
WGAC shutdown by FCC

WGAC, Graham Areas radio
station was shutdown recently
by two Federal Communication
Commission (FCC) members for
operating illegally.
The broadcasts were
transmitted over 30 feet at a
frequency of one second at 30
second intervals which according
to FCC regulations is illegal.
The FCC officials told Station
Manager Gary Paskal who was
disk jockey at the time and
Graham Area Resident Adviser

year. The amount of loans has
grown from $77 million to $863
million at a cumulative cost of
around $225 million for the five
years of operation.
At present, a student may
borrow up to $1,500 a year at
an eligible institution if he is at
least a half-time student. The
federal government pays the full
rate of interest while the
borrower is in school if the

Bob Cammack that most likely
there would be no charges
brought against them but a
report would be made. However,
any future FCC violations could
result in a SIO,OOO fine or two
years imprisonment.
WGAC had been operating in
the Graham Area Council Office
for eight weeks. Paskal said the
broadcasts could only be picked
up in the Graham and Tolbert
Areas.
The station was going to be

Tuesday, May 18. 1971

adjusted family income is less
than 515,000.
The bill will provide for a
secondary market for the
lending institutions. This will be
a major boost to the loan
project, Turner said. Most banks
are hesitant to make student
loans because their funds are
tied up from five to 10 years.
(See Billspage 3)

an integral part of the critical
year program this summer,
Paskal said.
They had planned to get the
students interested by recruiting
blacks to participate on the
radio and playing soul music,
according to Paskal.
WGAC, named after the
Area Council which
helped fund the station, had
been operating from 7 to 11
pm. on weekdays and from 7
p.m. to 1 a.m. on weekends.



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!, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, May 18,1971

Nixon seeks
rail strike
termination

Rev. Phillips cancels speech

The Rev. Dr. Channing E.
Phillips will be unable to fulfill
his speaking engagement here
today because he was
hospitalized suffering from back
and chest pains.
The Religion-in-Life series was
sponsoring Dr. Phillips, along
with the University Religious
Association and the University

MSAC taking applications
for off campus representatives

By MARIANNE MAGINA
Alligator Staff Writer
The Married Student Advisory Committee (MSAC) is taking
applications from married couples who live off campus to serve as
representatives according to Donald Mott, assistant dean of student
development.
Two couples will be chosen to represent married students living
off campus, Mott said. The couples will work on a voluntary basis.
Both husband and wife should be able to attend the committee
meetings which are held every two weeks on Wednesdays 8 p.m.
According to Mott, MSAC was organized several months ago to
try and do something for the married couples at UF.
The Advisory Committee, Mott said, has recently been striving
for equal representation of married students.
The committee members will include a married couple representing
each on campus village, two couples representing off campus married
students, a representative from the Gainesville community and
myself, Mott said.
According to Mott, MSAC has written and is in the process of
publishing a handbook for married students. The advisory committee
holds an orientation program at the beginning of each quarter for new
married students and is currently working on a day care center
program, Mott stated.
The main purpose of the advisory committee, Mott said, is4o
discuss any problems* concerning UF married students.
Mott said interested couples should contact hinTat 129 Tigert Hall
or phone 392-1261.
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WASHINGTON (UPI) Railroad Signalmen
went on strike Monday, shutting down the nations
rail lines and President Nixon proposed emergency
legislation to force the men back to work until at
least July 1.
Within five hours after the 13,000-man
Brotherhood of Railway Signalmen went on strike,
effectively shutting down all rail passenger and
freight traffic, the Florida White House announced
Nixons plan to Congress, calling for a new round of
negotiations.
Urging passage of a joint resolution to halt the
shutdown that started at 6:01 a.m. local time,
Nixon said a continued national strike would cause
great hardship to all Americans and strike a serious
Wow at tile nation's economy.
It is essential that our railroads continue to
operate, the President said.
The President recommended that Congress
promptly enact legislation to extend the present
contract negotiation between the signalmen, union
and the railroads until July 1.
He further asked Labor Secretary James D.
Hodgson to follow the situation closely as it
developed and to continue assisting both sides of

Public Functions Committee.
Currently, Dr. Phillips is the
president of the Housing
Development Corporation,
which develops low cost housing
in Washington D.C. Active in
politics, he is a Democratic;
National Committeeman for
Washington D.C. and he was
nominated for the presidency of
the United States at the 1968
Democratic Convention.

This years final
Religion-in-Life program will
take place on May 25, at 8 p.m.
at the Reitz Union when Dr.
Samuel P. Adinarayan, vice
chancellor of Annamalai
University, India will speak. He
is a visiting professor at
California State University and
his lecture topic is
Christianity's Response to
Hinduism and Islam.

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reached by June 21, it should be reported to him
and Congress.
The signalmen, who maintain and install signal
equipment, struck when the railroads refused to
meet their demands for wage increases almost
double what other rail unions have accepted.
Key members of Congress pledged in advance to
give prompt consideration to Nixons request.
Veteran observers said that in spite of traditional
reluctance of lawmakers to enact legislation during a
labor emergency, Congress would likely approve the
Nixon request or something similar to stop the
strike some time today. g
House Republican Leader Gerald R. Ford called
sos fast action on emergency legislation, but said the
strike never should have been allowed to happen.
Ford was referring to legislation proposed some
time ago to deal with such disputes, and in his
message Nixon chided Congress for failure to act on
his Emergency Public Service Protection Act.
He said that would put an end to the chaotic
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Bills should make loans more available

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Under one of Chiles' proposed
bills, the banks would be able to
sell the notes on the loans,
allowing much greater flexibility
in money handling, he said.
Boyd said the bill has been
designed to encourage more
banks to participate in the
program. At present only 12 out
of 67 banks in Dade County
participate in the program, for
instance, Boyd said.
In Gainesville, only three of
six banks participate in the
program at all. And two of those
three banks have frozen their
student loans.
The Florida National Bank,
the University City Bank, and
the Commercial Bank all have
dealt in student loans. Only the
Commercial Bank gives out
student loans and then only to
local people, according to
bank vice-president Hank Davis.
Davis said die Commercial
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The balcony of the J. Wayne
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according to Union Director
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We've checked with our
architect and with the
construction company that built
the balcony for possible flaws,
said Rion, we don't know
what's wrong yet, were in the
investigatory stage.
Last week, a section of the
balcony railing in the southwest
comer of the Union collapsed.
Since then, most of the railing
has been roped off and visitors
from the Union have been
advised from leaning against it.
We dont know the extent of
the difficulty, said Rion who
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We direct people from
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Student loans arent very
profitable for the bank, he said,
If the government passes a bill
allowing for secondary loans,
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but no longer so. The
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than $250,000 in student loans.
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money for this, said a secretary
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Turner said the present
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programs, both interest-free and
interest loans, and grants.
Chiles' bill is a specialized bill
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I, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, May 18,1971

Page 4

Speakers bill opposed by Accent

By DAVE ZIEGLER
Alligator Staff Writar
Accent 72 members recently
went to Tallahassee to lobby
against a senate bill which will
try and keep speakers who
advocate the overthrow of the
United States government by
force or violence from speaking
at any state educational
institution.
Three appointments were
made by Accent. One
conference was held with state
senate president, Jerry Thomas,
another meeting was scheduled
with house of representative
member, Sandy DAlembert and
the last appointment was with
Maurice Harling, special assistant
to the Governor.
Rodney Margol, general
chairman for Accent 72 was
accompanied by David Winton,
vice-chairman, and David
Aarons, the speakers chairman
for Accent 72.
Margol explained to Sen.
Thomas how the bill was in
violation of the first
amendment, and that he felt it
was Accent's duty and
obligation to permit any speaker
to talk on the UF campus.
Have you brought any
speakers to the UF campus who
advocate the overthrow of the
American government? Thomas
asked.
We have had such people as
Jerry Rubin, and Abbie
Hoffman, Margol said.
Thomas told Margol that it
seems as if the Accent group was
more interested in quantity than
quality. Perhaps it would be
better if your organization
instigated a screening process,
and get the best speakers in each
field, Thomas said.
Margol assured the Senator
that a screening process was
used, but that it was everyones
right to hear any speaker as long
as there was student interest.
Winton explained to Thomas
that just recently Accent has
been undergoing some severe
criticism because the number of
conservatives who speak at this
campus are far less than the
amount of moderates and
liberals.
We send out invitations to
the same number of liberal and
conservative speakers. But A1
Capp wants $4,500 for one
speaking engagement, whereas
people like Sen. Birch Bayh or
Sen. Harold Hughes want
approximately $1,200 for a
speaking engagement, Margol
commented.
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We send out
invitations to the same
number of liberal and
conservative speakers.
But A l Capp wants
$4,500 for one speaking
engagement, whereas
people like Sen. Birch
Bayh or Sen. Harold
Hughes want
approxitnately $1,200
for a speaking
engagement.
Rodney Margol

for Accent said, We would love
to have A1 Capp, or William F.
Buckley but their prices are too
high for our budget.
It is evident that a liberal
speaker on a college campus
today is received better than a
conservative. Many conservative
speakers will not accept their
speaking invitation because they
fear a lack of attendance or that
they will be faced with severe
opposition by the crowd
attending their lecture, Winton
explained.
David Aarons, Accents
speakers chairman didn't feel
that Sen. Thomas was being very
receptive to Accents and
that it would be best if Accent
sought support elsewhere.
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Representatives, the Accent staff
met with Sandy DAlembert,
who assured the Accent staff
they had nothing to worry about
concerning the senate bill.
Die bill is unconstitutional if
they dont add part 5 of Section
1. This would not make the bill
bad in effect, because it is just
stating a law which is already in
effect, DAlembert said.
Rep. DAlembert told Accent
that this bill was co-signed by 35
out of the 37 senators present
for the voting. The bill passed on
I the senate floor, by a wide
margin.
Legislators who enter these
bills are just seeking publicity,
because this bill is stating
nothing more than the Clear and
Present Danger Statute which is
already law, D'Alembert said.
Our program is for the
student body and our political
philosophies don't enter the
picture, Aarons said.
I feel as if we made some
headway, or at least informed
the necessary people about how
we feel in regard to this bit of
legislation. 1 think it is most
unfair that the legislators who
enter these bills dont even
bother to contact Accent and
become familiar with our
program before they want to
pass legislation which will hinder
our program, Margol
commented.
The Accent staff left word

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assistant to the Governor and
the Accent staff was assured that

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Dialogue airs program
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on open house tonight

Dialogue, the WRUF open
phone, current events radio
program, will present a program
about onen house in sta;e
university dormitories, tonight.
Guests on the program will be
ZPG to offer
free film
The local chapter of Zero
Population Growth (ZPG) is
having a free film festival on the
subject of ecology and
population tonight at 8 in
Carleton Auditorium.
The first feature will be a film
entitled 198 S. It is an imaginary
newscast of 14 years into the
future which depicts the
condition the U.S. could be in if
pollution and population are not
controlled.
In addition, a new type of
presentation will be shown
consisting of a multi-media slide
show that uses four projectors.
Political Science
maiors voice
college revision
Political science majors have a
voice in revising and adding new
courses to the curriculum,
according to Joseph Gilfarb,
4AS, chairman of the Political
Science Student Advisory
Council.
The purpose of the Student
Advisory Council is to articulate
the demands expressed by the
student department members.
In the past, questionnaires
have been distributed to political
science majors, in an attempt to
find out what type courses they
felt should be added to the
curriculum.
Politics of Violence and
Social Effects of the Law are
examples of relevant subjects
which have been created as a
result of the Councils woik.
A meeting of the council will
be held Friday, 4 pm. in
Peabody Hall, room 205, for the
purpose of accepting new
members and electing officers
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of Alpha Omega, an on-campus
service organization composed
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. The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, May 18,1971

Editorial
Theres hope
i
Lets go outside for a breath of fresh air
That would be nice, but the air around the UF campus is
far from fresh. To the contrary, it is accented by visible bus
excrement, fragrant sewage plant odors and a dependable
stream of automobile exhaust.
Fresh air its not.
The situation on our campus worsens as more and more
vehicles frequent the roadways. Pedestrians and other
two-legged creatures are forced to look the other way when
the wind shifts or be faced with a grimy greeting.
But theres hope.
Two proposals are in the hands of the campus Executive
Committee. They are separate in design, but together offer a
much needed step away from a congested, polluted campus
environment.
One of the proposals is for a bikeway system on the
campus that would make low-cost changes on present roads
in order to provide the impetus for a greater number of
persons to use bicycles.
Projected cost for the bikeway system is less than $4,000,
quite a reasonable amount when the alternative of growing
automobile traffic and pollution pose a more expensive
threat. s
The second proposal deals with a revised street-use plan
of various campus roads. The effect of the plan is to limit
the amount of vehicular traffic on campus, not just during
daytime hours, but 24 hours daily.
The intersection of Newell and Stadium Drives, one of
the most congested areas of campus, would be closed to all
motor traffic except for buses and emergency vehicles.
These two proposals, obviously complementing one
another, offer a positive beginning to solving this campus
transportation problem. They are worthwhile proposals, and
would be inexpensive to put into effect.
The only thing that stands in the way is the campus
Executive Committee. They are the group that makes
long-range plans for campus development.
These two proposals are necessary now, and especially for
the future.
We urge the Executive Committee to accept the proposals
and act upon them immediately.
Weve seen and smelled a preview of the alternative, and
it wont do.
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' f want to be alone f

By MARIAN JEDRUSIAK
Sultry. The air hangs heavy in
a sticky, oppressive package
gift-trapping you. Spring dies a
drawn-out death.
You borrow a bicycle to skim
through the city streets late at
night trying to fight your way
out of a low-hanging cloud. All
the street signs read dead end.
I want to be alone, said
Greta Garbo. And it came to
pass.
Maybe its the godawful
depression spawned by third
quarter humanities. J. Alfred
Prufrock is, well, not exactly
alive and kicking. But the man is
here in Gainesville. You watch
him as he brushes past Eleanor
Rigby in a chance encounter.
Neither gives a sign of
recognition.
And the Steppenwolf, too,
props his elbows up against the
formica counter downing
Krystal coffee as a chaser to a
bottle of apple wine. The bitter

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fleeting thought enters his mind
that escape is just a razor blade
away.
The shifting of the gears is the
only sound as the acrid sulfur of
unborn lightning clings to your
nostrils while you wait for the
storm to break.
It is a long while before the
heat and pressure build up to the
point where the sky is split

asunder. Meanwhile you
continue your journey through
the All-America city.
The rhythm of your peddling
is measured as rubber smoothly
hits the asphalt roadway. It is a
lulling motion, the up-and-down
down-and-up knee pumping. It
wears away the kinks and knots
you think are permanent-pressed
into you.
Reluctantly you head toward
home to beat the downpour to
come. But it comes anyway.
You knew that it was a
foregone conclusion. And it was
the cyclone pressure that sucked
you outside in the first place.
Out to feel the downpour
attempt to wash away the grit
and grime in muddy rivulets.
U, ;
Exhausted and clammy you
find yourself at your doorstep.
They call it the taxpayers
whorehouse. To you, it is
home. Shelter. Shaking your
head, you begin to finish up the
night in fitful, dreamless
slumber.

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Love bugs
Editor:
Now that the Board of
Regents has aborted open
housing privileges (no pun
intended) and called our
dormitories taypayers
whorehouse, in their great
wisdom they should do
something about the love-bugs
on campus.
According to Florida statutes
public fornication is against the
law. Our campus has been
breading immorality since its
conception and these bugs must
be stopped. They are a public
nuisance.
All these bugs do is fornicate;
fornicate and fornicate all over
the damn place and its sickening
besides frustrating. They have no
shame at all. They do IT while
slamming onto car windshields,
into people, you name it and
they are there. Its an out and
out sin.
The first thing that should be
done concerning the stoppage of
these immoral acts is to quite
obviously separate the
participants. Since, however,
these bug have no shame* this
cannot only be limited to
sleeping quarters but all the
time.
Next, since these bugs run
around, or fly around rather,
they should be clothed
appropriately, slacks for the
males and skirts touching the
ankles for the females. A
complete separtist movement
must be mandatory. Funds will
be needed to buy separate eating
facilities, classes and nests.
These bugs dont have a
chance. What could they do?
Who ever listened to a love-bug
before? Ask President Nixon!
Mike Cahlin
Seminole
Editor:
An advertisement for the
1971 Seminole ran in the
Alligator Wednesday as an
editorial, on the editorial page.
You know editorial. We run
one every day. A piece of
journalism written to inspire,
and lead. A statement of The
Alligators stand on a current
issue or idea. An editorial our
solution to a problem.
So in Wednesdays paper we
urged you to go out and buy a
yearbook. Shell out $7.50, we
said, because The yearbook is
no longer just a pile of bound
papefc4hat leeks pret4y on your
bookshelf.
You see this year the
Seminole is different. There are
pictures of pollution and
poverty. Real stuff.
Maybe the *7l Seminole is
good. The book itself is not my
gripe. The that The
Alligator chose to waste its
important editorial space on a
collection of mugs of the third
floor Reitz Union elite.
We could have written about
the plight of the poor in

Gainesville who cant afford a
S2OO sewer hookup, or the
Astroturf soon to snuff out grass
on Florida Field, or the mood of
the administration now that half
the black students are gone, or
the proposed bill to abolish the
Board of Regents, or the law suit
John Parker has filed against the
athletic department, and so goes
the list.
But we didnt.
Instead we ran a PR job that
cant inspire the pants off a
stripper.
Hang in there Alligator, and
we too may some day win the
Pulitzer Prize.
Jan Godown
Strang
Editor:
I would like to add a
comment concerning, Lets feel
sorry for YAF by Steve Strang.
If that article had been a

Colored farm
I have white skin
and i hate all other white people
intensely
especially the ones who make it like this
and the ones who do nothing,
thats all of us.
I hate the white people who will have children soon.
and who will teach them no better,
you make me sick.
My dream is a farm
when i can afford one dreams are costly,
where children can play like kids forever,
but no white children allowed,
you have it too good already.
Only children of colors can play there,
with a man who paints rainbow colors on his face.
William Caslor

Dorms not really a sexual circus

By TED BACKES
Miss Elizabeth Kovachevich,
from St. Petersburg where
people watch chrome rust on
bumpers for thrills, cast her vote
with three other remnants of the
stone age to abolish
open-housing in, the dormitories.
In addition to supposedly
stopping all sexual activities in
the dorms, they have ruined
perfectly platonic relationships
where coeds study with, cook
for and visit males in their
rooms. The word innocence
has been completely eradicated
from their vocabularies.
It seems as though the Board
of Regents is seeking to do what
no other group in authority has
successfully accomplished:
Aninatiiig undesirables. Doesnt
the board realize that motel
rates are reasonable, grass and

READERS FORUM

letter to the editor then it would
have been nothing more than an
individuals personal opinion and
its merits based as such. As it
was, it did not qualify as a letter
to the editor but was in fact an
authorized comment made by an
Alligator wire editor acting in an
official capacity and reflecting
editorial views.
To many individuals who read
the article it seemed like a
personal vendetta against YAF
President Mike Carr. The
content was, without a doubt,
biased and degrading in nature.
This type of journalism does not
command respect for the type of
professional ethics The Alligator
professes.
If we (the readers) are to take
the articles worth at face value,
then it is nothing more than an
ego trip for Steve Strang and
with his knack for name calling
and muckraking then hell make
a fortune writing for some of the
seamier tabloids of this country.
Louis G. Galanos

GUEST COLUMN

back seats of cars are soft and
friends ate willing to have guests
apTtmemts 'for
weekends? It makes one wonder
whether the four people on the
board are trying, to envelop the
dormitories in protective
bubbles to shelter the students
. from the corrupt outside
world.
Granted, a few students will
abide by the closed-housing rule;
but this will be due to the fact
that their social life is already
nil, or because they have
terrorists for resident advisors.
Any human being with blood
flowing through his veins seeks

Scary Senators

By CONNIE DANIEL
I got a good look at some of
our state senators Friday. It was
a rather frightening experience.
I was with the UF Open
House Action Group who went
to the state capitol to discuss
open housing with the
legislators.
Sen. William D. Barrows,
whos just a farm boy at
heart, told us some of the facts
of life. It seems kids between the
ages of IS and 22 are as
hot as firecrackers. (Gee, that
leaves me out of the picture!) He
said sex is an act of nature, and
thats a bad situation down there
at the university.
He was so apologetic.
Fm sorry its that way, but
thats the way God made
people.
Senator, I said, if you
believe in something, surely you
dont have to apologize for it.
He was sorry for that too.
I asked him if he would be
willing to listen to any positive
evidence the Interhall Council
might come up with to show
things werent all that immoral.
ABSOLUTELY NOT, he
was sorry to say.
Barrow gave us quite a few of
his views. He told us
homosexuality was a terrible
crime.
That struck us funny. What
does Barrow think of men being
able to enter other mens
dormitories? The Board of
Regents has said nothing about
stopping that.'
Jerry Thomas is president of
the Florida Senate. He scared me
most of all. He was evasive, and
evidently very anxious to leave
our presence.
He told us his moral standards
were presumably different than
ours.. .and that was his answer
when asked why he was against
open housing.
I asked if that meant we were
immoral. He didnt answer that.

companionship; whether or not
a relationshipmiiilliiil
sexual promiscuity is none of
the board's business. They
categorized all dormitory
residents as being sexually
uninhibited and began working
from that viewpoint. If such
deductive reasoning were applied
today, Christ would be
considered a Hippie because of
his long hair and beard.
The Board of Regents is
attempting to impoee prudish,
outdated principles upon a
group of people who have
proven, for the most pad, highly
moral and highly motivated.

Tuesdey, May 18,1971, The Florida Alligator,

Sen. Dave McClaine of
Hillsborough County gave us his
position on open house quite
simply. Open housing is wrong.
Period.
He went on about the attacks
on poor Phoebe (Miss E. A.
Kovachevich) and warned one of
the students who was a political
science major, Thats the kind
of thing youll be up against,
99
son.
I got my lecture, too on the
Sunshine Law. Seems Florida is
being just a bit too liberal with
that business. He suggested I
read the Stetson Law Journal,
Volume 1, No. 1. on that topic.
Thank you Sen. McClaine, for
your advice.
I almost forgot McClaine
said the University of South
Florida was the university in his
district. The University of
Florida just isnt his concern.
We were awfully sorry we
bothered him.
r LETTERS POLICY^Ny
Letters must:
Be typed, signed,
double peced and not exceed
300 words.
Not be signed with a
pseudonym.
Have addresses and
telephone numbers of writers.
Names will be withheld only if
writer shows just cause. The
editor reserves the right to edit all
letters for space.
Any writer interested in
submitting a regular column is
asked to contact the editor and be
prepared to show samples of his
work. Witters may submit longer
essays; columns or letters to be
1 considered for use ae guest
Ycolumns. J

This column has been aimed
at the most publicized reason for
cancellation of open house: the
bombardment of letters to the
regents by parents who consider
dormitory life a sexual circus.
If, on the other hand, the
reason for instituting
an
unspeakable crime, They have
bowed to "purse power,
become yes-men to those
whose authority exceeds their
own, given up the freedom of
choice.
If the above statement is true,
the four people who voted
against open-housing in
dormitories are damn good
politicians. And the. Board of
Regents is supposed to be
non-political.
Ha.

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nights (A-st-136-p)
family problems, must sell
everything: Dual 1219 ex. cond.
needs $145. Sony 530 w amp &
speakers ex. cond. $225. 2 12 spkrs.
In cabinets must hear just S3O apiece.
Kodel deep shag rug blue & green
paid $lB4 asking only SIOO. Schwinn
Varsity 10 speed great shape only
S4O. Gerrard turn table without base
only S2O. Call anytime, ask for Mark
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7O HONDA, 70cc, only 950mlles,
like new,, no mechanical problems,
fender guard. 290$ call 373-3095
after 5:00. 2905 SW 13 st.
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postage and sales tax). Please send
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33163 (A-st-139-p)
trailer 10x42 private wooded lot AC,
excellent cond, wall-to-wall carpet,
new washer, new refrig, shed, 2
bedrms, furnished 373-2157
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Holley 3-bbl carb., 950 efm. cheap
Used only three weeks, complete
with chrome gas line and adapter
plate, cost over SIOO now? 376-0160
(A-st-138-p)
KLH stereo all walnut, garrard trntbl,
new cartridge, 4 spks, cover-150;
mosaic wall panels, 7-25; small am-fm
clock radio-10; fondue set-5;
373-4350 (A-3t-138-p)
1970-CL-450, Low mllege, excelent
condition, must sell, goes to highest
offer; call for Wayne after 4:00,
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access. Mike 376-6588 (A-2t-138-p)
Must Sell S9O Honda needs minor
repair will sell very cheap, also must
sublet Landmark N 0.36 poolside new
shag, cheap price call 378-6752
(A-2t-138-p)
Guild accoustlcal electric guitar 2
pickups excellent for jazz $l5O firm,
also, Barbells 80 lbs $lO call
378-8670 (A-st-138-p)
2 week old 10-speed bike, light
weight racing type, fully equipped
call 378-8308, after 2:00 p.m.
(A-2t-138-p)
Items for sale: 2 peterson baby
carseats, Infant swing seat, Infant
dressing table, Olivetti lettera
typewriter, Olympus pen ft & access.
378-4126 (A-3M38-P)
For Sale sears coldspot refrigerator
dorm size bronz with woodgrain
top used 2 quarters 585.00 call
392-7236 after 5:00 pm (A-2t-138-p)
For sale Poodle Puppies AKC
registered females Also Folk
Guitar-nylon strings Phone 372-3489
(A-st-138-p)
refrig with big freezer SSO, portable
cassette taperecorder-player & tape
case $45 new, best offer, 9xl2* rug
sls, call 392-7701 (A-st-138-p)
Convertible sofa, matching chair &
end tables, green floral pat. excel,
cond. ask S6O or separately, also
10x13 green nylon carpet 1 yr. old
Call 373-3531 (A-3t-137-p)
Sony HPSBO complete home
entertainment system-their largest
and best product this unit Is 5
months old. serious persons call
378-9888 (A-3t-137-p)
Akai (rob arts) 1500 tape deck
auto-shutoff, cross-field heads, like
new only $175, phone 378-0381
(A-4t-137-p)
1970 Honda CL7O excellent
condition, only 1000 miles; recently
tuned. S2OO call 376-5778 tool kit
and manual included. (A-3t-137-p)
Calculator semi-automatic Frlden
Model DW adds subtracts divides
multiplies $75 or best offer Call
376-8498 (A-st-137-p)
1970 Mobile Home 2 bedrooms
alr/condltionlned, furnished, cable tv,
Mobile City 382 372-7614 will rent
for summer S9O monthlyl
(A-st-137-p)
1971 NORDICA ladles ski boots size
6N black plastic nearly new call
378-4659 steel string guitar 35$
(A-4t-137-p)
Fiberglass, Resin, Auto-marine
reflnlshlng supplys, foam and epoxy
available at wholesale prices 3510
NW 34 st. phone 372-3011
(A-10t-133-p)
Dacor, twin 38 diving tanks, us divers
-calypso regulator, life vest all for
only SIOO, dont delay call 378-0381
(A-4t-137-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)
Trailer for sale, 1 Br., 8x36, AC,
Carpet, New paneling, Fully
furnished, Call 376-8871 after 5
235-64-8468 (A-7t-137-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 Soeakers Phone
376-5367 (A-st-135-p)
Stereo System dual turntable, 25
watt amplifier, pair of speakers,
phone Bruce Kaiser 392-7010. All
reasonable offers considered
(A-st-136-p)

I, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, May 18,1971

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Knight amplifier KN94OA. 125-200
max. watts, call John 376-3894 after
sp.m. (A-3t-139-p)
Kenwood ka6ooo 180 watt stereo
amp $l9O, kenwood KT7OOO am-fm
tuner SIBO, sansui 180 watt receiver
model 5000 $340, sansui sp2ooo
speakers $l4O each, Roberts 1740 x
tape deck $l5O, call 372-4678 after 5
(A-st-134-p)
SCUBA us divers co. doub hose reg,
scubapro sngl hose reg. with us divers
co pressure gauge, full wet suit, 2
knives, 2 masks, 2 wt. belts, flashllte.
exc. cond. $l2O call 378-8818 6-7
pm (A-st-134-p)
1966 TT Bonneville chrome frame
rebuilt bottom end black tanks runs
really quick, bluebook 700 or best
offer, come by 1005 sw 13 st
(A-st-134-p)
Trailer 8x35 1 bedroom 1 bathroom,
living room, kitchen comfortable for
couple SBOO completely furnished
please call 378-6075 after 7 pm
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DONT merely briten your
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them.. .eliminate rapid resoiling.
Rent electric shampoodr sl. Electric
upholstery shampooers also available.
Lowry Furniture Co. (A-ts-c)
HONDA 450 scrambler 1970 very
dean, many extras, two helmets,
S7BO call 378-5192 (A-st-137-p)
Concord 994 Automatic Reversing
Professional Stereo Tape Recorder
with speakers. Excellent Condition
$l5O 392-9031 (A-st-134-p)
Trailer Fully Furnished Air
Conditioned Swim Pool SI,OOO Bx3o
Plus Cabana 378-8490 Also Possible
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summer qtr, across from Tlgert, a/c,
pool, sauna. S7O per mth per person
apt 411, 373-3270 Pete or Dean
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2 roomates wanted Lamacha free
June rent. Included, color tv, pool,
utilities. $75/month call Steve
378-8403 (B-4M38-P)
Summer Special 2-bdrm, air, pool,
close to campus $320 for qtr. call
evenings 376-2317 411 nw 15 st
(B-3t-138-p)
Male roommate needed. 42.50 a
month. Frederick Gardens 376-0803
(B-st-138-p)
Landmark no. 9 2 bedrm sublet for
the summer 2 pools dishwasher gym
and sauna June rent freel $95 each
for entire summer call 378-8143
anytime (B-st-136-p)
Sublet French Quarter No. 18 for
summer, need three or four people
near pool. Willing to take loss
373-3179 (B-st-136-p)
Sublet one bedroom, Village 34 apt
for summer; can carry over In the
fall. $l2O/mo., a/c, patio, Ideal for
grad or married couple. Call
376-2275 after 5 p.m. (B-7t-136-p)
2 quiet graduate students to share
house 2 blks from campus. $45/mo +
utilities for own room. 378-5606
(B-st-136-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-5M35-P)
SUBLET Landmark apt. 127 for
summer June rent free a/c pool 2
bedroom call or come by 378-9594
(B-st-135-p)
sublet summer qtr. large 1 bedroom
apt, point west, furnished, a/c pool,
June paid. 165/mo. 378-0845
(B-st-135-p)

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FOR RENT
sublet eff apt, a/c, pool, walk to
campus, $l7O summer, move In June
15 call Jon 378-0494 1530 nw 4th
Ave, apt. 21 (B-2t-139-p)
l, 2,3, or 4 roomates needed for
sum. 2 bdrm a/c apt. behind Norman
Hall DISC. RATE S7O per person
whole summer call Debbie 372-5424
(B-st-139-p)
save your money & sanity: private
bedroom, poolside, ac & more at apt
41 landmark only $l5O + util covers
the whole summer quarter call
372- (B-st-139-p)
sublet one bdrm apt. for summer,
June free I $l2O a month, pet free!
furnished, In s.w. section, woodsy,
call 378-8725 (has a private patio)
(B-st-139-p)
Sublet Landmark townhouse for
summer quarter Air conditioned,
dishwasher, pool $l9O a Month Call
Jean or Diane after 5:30 373-3756
(B-st-139-p)
MUST RENT air-con apart 1 minute
from campus S7O for summer qtr call
Jim at 392-7336 or 376-9450.
(B-2t-139-p)
Two bedroom furnished duplex,
alr-conditloned. Behind Mall $l2O a
month. Available June 15. 2049 NW
36th Ave. call 372-4903 (B-st-139-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-st-135-p)
One roommate to share two bedroom
duplex near mill hopper. Private
bedroom, air conditioned peace and
quiet. $ 150-summer. Kenny
378-6431 (B-st-135-p)
June rent free I sublet poolside apt
for summer fredrlck gardens apt 1
$36.25 + utl. per mo. need 4 for 2 br
ac, carpeted, barbeque call soon
373- (B-5M35-P)
SUMMER SPECIAL our loss your
gain 2 bedroom apt in heart of sin
city furnished a/c 3 pools SSO off
regular price call 373-1365
(B-st-135-p)
Clh City 1 bedroom apt. sublease for
summer qtr. poolside pets welcome I
sacrifice at slls mo call Linda after
4 372-7482 (B-st-135-p)
Sublet two bedroom tanglewood apt.
alr-conditloned, central heat, wall to
carpet, dish washer, pool, cable,
available June 1 after spm call
378-6668 or day time call Elaine
392-3121 (B-st-137-p)
Sublet summer 2 bedroom furnished
apartment Central air and pool.
Came lot Apartments. Call 376-3894
after 6 p.m. (B-st-139-p)
apartment for summer, want to
sublease, the place apt. 353. best
offer 376-0587 call anytime
(B-st-139-p)<
Pt. West Apt. 1 bedroom, private
patio, dishwasher, pool, air. cond.
June rent free. 165.00 mo. call
378-5534 (B-st-139-p)
June rent freel sublet landmark apt
89 for summer 4 girls a/c dishwasher
2 bdrms frnsd $47.50 per month call
373-1047 or come by (B-4t-139-p)
sublet 2 bdrm. furnished apt. for
summer with option to keep for fall
dean & quiet call anytime 378-5551
or visit 1016 W s.w. 4 ave. 808
(B-4t-139-p)
sublet summer village park 2
bedroom $l7O 378-9882 eve.
372-0939 day (B-st-139-p)
Stone cottage-sublet for summer./!
Mk. behind nor man. central a.c.,
giant bedroom, separate living and
dining rooms, reasonable. 373-2176
(B-3t-137-p)

Room for male student for summer.
Kitchen facHties, AC. S6O mo covers
everything. 373-1949 anytime after 8
pm. (B-st-135-p)

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for re bit
Eff. type apt. summer quarter furn.
a/c 2 blocks from campus SBO. per
month 1829 N.W. 2nd Ave. Apt. 4
(B-4M38-P)
Mrnoo !>i jij ft i*
sublettwo bedroom a pt for Summer
air cond 1536 nw 3 ave $125 per mo
and can carry over in the fall call
376-6961 (B-3t-138-p)
The Race: 1-2 roommates for smr,
poolside, dishwasher, sauna, ac, tv
private room, utilities Included, next
to park-lot, 372-7253 apt 123
(B-4t-138-p)
Its the time and the place sublet for
summer, 4-bedroom penhouse.
utilities included, poolside, kinetic
walls 378-0756 call anytime
(B-5M38-P)
2 single rooms available air
conditioned 2 blocks from campus
kitchen private parking washer dryer
see or call Ray Peacock 378-8122
304 NW 15 St (B-10t-138-p)
Room for rent 3 blocks from campus
304 nw 15 st call 378-8122 60 a
month Inch util (B-3t-138-p)
sublet 1 BR a/c furn apt 3 blocks
from mall. Ideal for married couple
160 for whole summer willing to talk
call 373-3563 any time after SPM
(B-2t-138-p)
For summer 2 bedroom Camelot Apt
furn. or unfurn. a/c ww carpet
dishwasher sauna fireplace pool Also
avail for next year. Call 372-1065
2 bedroom apt. to sUblet In landmark
June rent free, a/c, new shag carpet,
located right in the front, call
373-1598. (B-3t-137-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)
Sublease comfortable, quiet, air
cond. apt. Available June 11 sllO +
util, pool-married couple or single
call 373-3362 1404 SW 10th Ter.
N 0.21 (B-3t-137-p)
WANTED
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Three roommates for summer, share
a room for S4O or private room for
$65 per month call Wayne 378-5900
university gardens trace apts.
(C-st-138-p)
blk grad stu would like to share an
apt beginning fall qtr SSO-60 mo call
Al 392-7578 or 392-0620
(C-6t-138-p)
Wanted 1 roommate to share apt w/1
other male. Secluded quiet, a/c. very
low utilities, avail anytime June cr*ll
373-3736 or 378-9558 (C-st-138^>)
THE PLACE-female roommate for
summer S7O/month Inc. utilities,
private bedroom, tv, dishwasher,
pool, sauna, call Carol 373-3868
(C-st-137-p)
N.J. resident returning for summer
capable of carrying one trunk and
bicycle with them, will share
expenses call Slick 27045 or Matt
27397 (C-3t-138-p)
Sublet The Race-summer quarter 1
or 2 -male roommates, pool, sauna
dishwasher, own bedroom, near
campus $75 a month utilities incd.
call 372-6272 (C-st-138-p)
Wanted female roommate for
summer. Big private a/c bedroom in
house 1 block from campus. Call Bo
378-6548 after 4pm (C-4t-139-p)
Female roommate to share apt for
fall quarter, a one bedroom apt
somewhere In Gainesville Ellen after
4 372-1009 (C-lt-139-p)
male roommates private room In
house $75 for summer quarter plus ¥*
utilities, downtown also need
roommates for spring 378-9266
(C-st-139-p)
need male roommate for summer In
low cost house three blocks from
tlgert. call 378-6988 (C-4t-139-p)
Female roommate summer qtr June
rent free, pootslife apt. cable tv
Landmark 39 can after five 378-1907
(C-3t-139-p)
1 or 2 females to share 2 bdrm apt.
Landmark 108 378*9558 June free
tntlrf summer, clean, neat
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WANTED
Wanted students to sublease 2
bedroom bouse close to campus on
I3st S3OO for entire summer call
372-3922 (C*t-136-p) r> r r.
2 roommates wanted large 4
bedroom house near mall cable tv
private or semi-private bedroom S4O
per month utilities Incl. 378-6810
(C-5M35-P)
Hip chic wanted to share La Mancha
apt. own room starting fall quarter
70.00 per month + utilities walk to
campus call after 5 Brenda 392-8662
(C-St-136-p)
Two males needed for Landmark apt
172. A/C, dishwasher, 2 bedroom,
1% baths, 2 pools, gym/sauna, bar b
q. $94 for summer. Call 378-2098
(C-St-137-p)
Wanted 2 male roommates for next
year. $l3B a quarter (less for 2nd &
3rd quarter. 5 minutes from camous.
behind vcb call Ken Clark 378-0233.7
(C-3t-137-p)
One female roommate summer
quarter 2 bedroom landmark apt. call
378-6592 after 5 pm (C-st-137-p)
2 females to share 4 bdrm. apt. at
The Place, Sept.-June, SBS + util. If
interested call 378-4121 (C-3t-137-p)

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WANTED

Summer-sublet: landmrk N 0.64
poolsd, near laundry, study, barbque
June rent free all equiped: pots, tv,
stereo, etc 3 femls see It after 4pm
373-2772 (C-St-137-p)
Two male roomates for summer. The
place, top 4bdrm flat $6 7.50/month
utilities included call 372-9819
(C-st-137-p)
1 or 2 females for summer to share 2
bedrm. duplex, a/c, close to campus
(behind Nrm. hall) $31.25/mo.
373-3020 (C-st-137 p)
Wanted to rent for summer
MODERN house 4 bedrooms 2 bath
A/C 1 block from campus enclosed
sunporches call Sheila or Cathy
373-4301, 373-1322 (C-st-137-p)
F. T p M*T
Needed-lifeguards, electricians,
carpenters, and other skills for paid
dusserah positions, anyone Interested
meet in room 355 of the union on
Thursday May 20 from 6pm to 10pm
this festival Is for you and now only
you can make it work (E-st-137-p)

HELP WA NTED
Attn: Need attractive Miami young
lady for summer employment, good
pay. Submit age & photo to: N.C.
Sloan, Union Oil, box 4147, Atlanta,
Ga. 30302 (E-3t-139-p)
Jobs on ships! perfect summer job or
career, benefits draft exemption,
excellent pay, worldwide travel. Send
$2.00 for information, seafax box
1173, douglas, arizona 85607
(E-st-135-p)
Assistant Mgr. needed by June 1
Student couple preferred call
376-2317 evenings for details and
appt. (E-3t-138-p)
WRUF will be holding auditions to
fill vacant announcer positions.
Starting pay $1.60/hr. Includes air
work & production. Experience not
necessary, but most helpful. Wed.,
May 19, at 7:30 pm. WRUF studios
4th floor, stadium bldg. (E-st-136-p)
AUTOS
1965 MGB good condition, a lot of
work just completed. S7OO ring
372-7993 (G-4t-137-p)
Austin Healey (1961) with 1964
engine and transmission runs well but
needs love $395.00 call 372-4979
(G-st-137-p)
Volkswagen sedan 1968 automatic
good cond. $1195 call 378-0712
(G-st-137-p)
VW BUS Needs To Be Loved! 1969 7
pass, rebuilt eng. 1100 miles new
trans. new clutch, 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)
7O cogur, eng. 351 Bmo. old great
shape, serviced regularly automatic
on fl. come take a look call aft. 6pm
2905 s.w. 13th 373-3095
(G-st-139-p)
1968 chevy van radio heater carpeted
floor good running condition call
weekends and weekdays after 6:30
pm 591-1612 asking SI2OO
(G-st-139-p)
65 Impala V 8 convertible In good
condition S2OO an take up payments
call 378-9854 (G-3t-136-p)
65 Caravelle conv, with bigger 70
engine and clutch, fantastic car 30
mpg, $570 or make offer. 66 OART
conv. will sacrifice, call 372-5827
(G-st-135-p)
1965 VW CONVERTIBLE 1966
engine and transmission. Good top,
tires, radio, heater. $650 Call
372-1821 (G-st-135-p)
FOR SALE: porsche engine s-63-356
normal $450/64-65 super 90 $650
912 specs. 378-1668 (G-10t-135-p)
1967 VW SUNROOF. Like new.
47,000 miles. Radio. One owner.
$995.00. Call 372-3147. (G-st-138-p)
67 triumph bonn absolutely perfect
condition extra chroma, clean, fast
call Bob 378-7294 (G-3t-138-p)
65 VW BUG Looks good, runs great.
Good tires. A dependable car, but
weve outgrown it. Asking SBOO or
best offer. Call 378-2912
(G-st-138-p)
1969 VOLVO 1800 S sports coupe
overdrive, radio, leather interior
radlats, good cond recent brake job
new exhaust $2975 firm 378-3885
(G-st-137-p)
PERSONAL
Lyn Lyn Lyn getting involved can be
fun but I like you anyway John
(J-lt-139-p)

STUDENT GOVERNMENT PRESENTS
Live at the Rat
THURSDAY 9 and

FRI & SAT 8,10, and 12
2.00 advance
2.50 at the door
Tickets available Rathskeller
and JWRU Box Office

PERSONAL
WANTED! Single males. We have all
types of UF coeds eager to meet you. ;
Details, write*. Box 77346, Atlanta
30309. (J-205-120-P)
professional DRAFT COUNSELING
Medical-Legal-Psychologic. Open
weekends. Tel: 891*3736 2135 Ixora
Road No. Miami, 33161
(J-465-106-P)
Co-Eds Facial Hair removed forever,
fast, low-cost gentle hair removal.
Edmund Dwyer. Electrologlst
... 102 N.W. 2nd Ave. Call
372-8039 for appointment
(J 44t.-54-p)
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)
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)
A FREE GUITAR LESSON phone
378-6900 or come by 202 NW 15 st.
apt 4. Bob Zuber, teacher and
performer here for three years.
(J-st-136-p)
Free we want a home 3 cute kittens
call 3726846 (J-3t-137-p)
GOING TO EUROPE? we have
charter flights (summer-fall) at
people's prices, ball evenings
3726846 (J-st-137-p)
THE WORLD'S MOST
FASCINATING AFTER-DINNER
SPEAKER (next to Lester Hale) Is
JOHN PARKER-small contribution
to JOCK LIB. FUND only-call
378-1242 (J6t-137-p)
LIVE THREE MONTHS for PRICE
of TWO in beautiful totonhouse
Landmark apt. summer-895 a/c,
pool, 1% bath call Jim 373-2771
(J-3M37-P)
PARKER vs GRAVES-85
contribution brings you auto graphed
copy of the summons served on
Uncle RAY himself JOCK LIB
FUND 14 E. Unlv. Ave. (J6t-137-p)
Need rider to San Francisco area.
Prefer someone going to Berkeley
summer session, leave June 10. call
Pam 376-5729 (J-3t-138-p)
Play golf at Hawthorne Golf & cc on
Little Orange Lake pool Boat ramp
& pool table Student green fees Mon.
- Frl. 81.50 all day. Full membership
$25. per quarter. Look for our sign
on the left of 301 South of
Hawthorne! (J-st-138-p)
LOST <& FOUND
LOST puppy In NW area (could be
anywhere) shepherd markings black
and tan wt. 25 lbs answers to yahna
gVllle tag 2461 rward call 373-4354
(L-st-139-p)
lost book-agriculture economic
analysis frl. mom. at p.k. younge hs
parking lot finder please call ken
378-5576 (L-lt-139-p)
Lost wallet containing personal
Important immigration papers
Monday noon between sfjc parking
lot and burgerchef 13 help please
378-2205 (L-st-137-p)
LOST small Chihuahua named Time
in front of Publlx at Mall. Mom Dad
kids utterly heartbroken. Substantial
reward! 378-5771 (L-st-137-p)
lost a brown spiral notebook schs72
need them desperately call Anne
378-5749 after 6:00 (L-3t-138-p)
found a pair of octagonal
prescription GLASSES near FEA
Scholarship House. Call 378-4668
(L-3t*138-nc)

Tuesday, May 18,1971, The Florida Alii gator.

LOST <& FOUND
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Found principles and practices of
heavy construction 6:30 pm by dairy
science building fell off motorcycle
call union lost and found Ist fir
(L-st-137-nc)
Lost near campus, black-white border
collie, male, 7 months, collar with
broken leash, jax tag, call 481-2119
or 376-7686 If found or seen.
(L-st-137-p)
Lost light tan wallet plaza May 9
need ID's please call Fred Congdon
376-5713 (L-4t-135-p)
Teim 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)
Save 25% or more on all auto parts.
Spark plugs 68 cents. Cash l> Carry
Auto Parts, 1111 S. Main St
378-7330. (M-113-ts-c)
Veterans! financial, academic A other
problems, The office of Veterans
Affairs was set up to help you! Rm
325 Tlgert (M-10t-123-nc)
jewelry repair! ng-some jobs may be
done while you wait most types of
prong setting work also done will
look at any Job 1340 e unlv ave.
(M-2t-138-p)
Ambitious men of all trades to North
Slope, Alaska and Yukon, around
S2BOO a month. For complete
Information write to Job Research,
p.o. Box 161, Stn-A, Toronoto, Ont.
Enclose $3 to cover cost
(M-Bt-136-p)
TYPING former NY sec at bklyn
college theses term papers 50 cents A
UP 373-1984 9-5 373-1429 aft 6 DEL
RAY TYPING SERVICE
(M-st-139-p)
Need a typist? reasonable rates, speed
and accuracy call Jan at 372-0126
after 5 anytime weekends
(M-lt-139-p)
BRIDESMAID and WEDDING
GOWNS a specialty by experienced
dressmaker, call Susan Graham,
378-5273 (M-2t-139-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)
Alternators generators starters
electrical systems tested and repaired.
Auto-Electric Service, 1111 S. Main
378-7330, Nowl Bank Americard and
Master Charge, (m-tfc)
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SI.OO AGE 68 A OVER
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Payment by the date on your
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a requirement in University and state regulations. It is designed as a
protection for the University and its employees. Your supervisor may
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CL I had to work on a holiday. Do I lose that holiday for this year?
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holiday, you are entitled to eight hours (if you are a full time
employee) of compensatory leave time which you may take at a later
date. You should check with the person in your department who is
responsible for keeping the leave records to make sure your record has
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Q. My anniversary month is May. I will be going on leave of absence
without pay during all of February and March. Does this change my
anniversary month?
A. Yes. Your anniversary month must be advanced by the amount of
time you are on leave. For salary increase purposes, it would be set at
the beginning of the nearest pay period. In this case, your new
anniversary month will be July.

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EVALUATION MEET
The University Committee on
Teaching Evaluation will meet
Tueday, May 25, at 3:30 p.m. in
Room 150 D, Reitz Union

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May 25, 1971
8:15 pm
Union Ballroom
$1.50 Students
$2.00 General Admission
. advance tickets on sato starting
May 17 at Constans Box Office

NATIONAL DEFENSE
LOAN BORROWERS
If you have been approved for a
release of funds from the
National Defense Loan program
for summer quarter, and have
pre-registered for that quarter,
your fee payment can be
deducted from your loan. As
soon as you receive your fee
cards come to the Student
Accounts Office.
SENIORS WITH LOANS
If you have a National Defense
Student Loan, Pharmacy or
Nursing loan, or a S.A.F.E. loan,
you must complete the exit
interview procedure prior to
graduation in order to keep your
account current.

TONIGHT
The University of Florida Department
of Music presents the
B Minor Mass: J.S. Bach
Missa (Kyrie A Gloria)
University Choir University Sinfoniette
and Soloists:
Margaret Graham, soprano
Nancy Gay Coles, mezza soprano
Jacqueline Largee, contralto
Norman Whiteside, tenor
Stephen Saxon, bass
Elwood Keister Conductor
Reitz Union Ballroom 8:15 pm
No Admjtsittn ChofilcT *9lfl

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community. Private meeting
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Fri. and should be submitted to
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or to Public Functions Office,
G-72 Union.

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considered sufficient cause for
cancellation of registration, as
University regulations prohibit
registration, graduation, granting
of credit or release of transcript
for any student whose account
with the University is
delinquent.
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Student Accounts in the Hub
will be open from 9 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. June 18. If lines are as long
as in the past, they will be
regulated so that there will be
enough time to wait on everyone
inside the Hub by 3:30 p.m.
There is an envelope drop on the
east wall of the depository for
your convenience.



The
Florida
sie Alligator a
.ytirium

Trapp faces extinction

By MARTY PERLMUTTER
Executive Sports Editor
Richard Trapps name appears in the 1970 UF
record book only two times, that for most passes
caught and for most yards caught on passes in a
career. v
But thanks to Carlos Alvarez, Trapp may
disappear entirely from the records of the UF in the
next season.
You see, Trapp was the Gators all time leading
receiver before 1969 when Alvarez mafo
All-America in his sophomore season. He had held
such records as most passes caught in one season
and most yards caught on passes.
Its a funny thing, Trapp said recently, That 1
havent even had the chance to see him (Alvarez)
play.
The former Gator great wasnt phased by the fact
that he will only be a name erased in the books after
the next season. Records are there to be broken,
he said one day while dressed in a San Diego
Charger uniform.
Trapp was in the Orange Bowl in Miami playing
the Miami Dolphins with the Chargers in 1969 when
he was asked about Alvarez and his then record
breaking sophomore season.
But the life of Richard Trapp has changed since
1969 as he no longer is under contract with a
professional team, although he signed to be a free
agent with the Philadelphia Eagles for the 1971
year.
Its been tough, Trapp said at the Gator
Great-Intramural All-Stars game about his life in the

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professional ranks. I was drafted in 1968 by the
Buffalo Bills and didnt see much action there.
A ruptured spleen put Trapp on the sidelines and
at the end of the year, he was shuttled to San Diego.
With the Chargers, they have two of the best
flankers in the world, Trapp said of Lance Alworth
and Gary Garrison. Both of them have speed and
good moves to go with it.
That has been my basic problem, I havent had
the speed, Trapp said.
As a result of being third behind die two all-pros
in San Diego, Trapp was again moved, this time to
die New York Jets.
His life in the big city lasted about six months as
Trapp was released.
Figuring that he had enough with pro-football for
awhile, Trapp turned his attention to major league
baseball and the hopes of making the big leagues.
I was going to play triple A ball this season if I
didnt sign with the Eagles, Trapp said.
While at Florida, Trapp played both football and
baseball for two years, lettering in both twice.
Baseball is too dragged out. The season is much
too long and while I have the chance to play in
pro-football, Ill take it, Trapp said.
N My size is not that big of a thing, Trapp
quipped. Garrison and Alworth dont have the big
size, but they can move and that is the important
thing in being a flanker.
Richard Trapp looks back fondly at his best
games when he has caught five passes in one game
with the Jets and again against the Kansas City
Chiefs. But I am still waiting for my first
professional touchdown.

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!, Th Florida Alligator, Tuesday, May 18,1971

Page 12

Sigma Chi loses, but retains lead

Sigma Chi took its first big
bite in swallowing the big green
apple as they lost their first
softball game, 6*l, to the Delta
Chis.
The Sigs are on the verge of
winning their first Orange
League Presidents Cup but must
hold on to a slim 28 point lead
over the Sigma Nus. The loss to
the Delta Chis was costly.
Sigma Nu, on the other hand,
came up with three runs in the
bottom of thefourth to come
from behind to beat Pi Lam, 3-2,
in their first scrap.
The Nus are after their
umpteenth trophy and need to
win their bracket to clinch the
trophy. If the Sigma Chis do
come back and win both their
remaining games, the Nus would
Bartlet inks
Troy Walker
Troy Walker, a 6-foot-6
forward from Olney, 111., was
signed recently by head
basketball coach Tommy
Bartlett becoming the fourth
player signed by the Gators this
season. Walker will be able to
help us next year, Bartlett said
about the junior college transfer
from Olney Central.

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the semifinals to clinch the Cup.
In the Blue League, the Delts
have come up with a poor
softball team as they got
drudged by the AGRs 10-0.
Informed sources are pointing to
the AGRs as the top team in the
league and the team to beat for
the championship.
In the Law League semifinals,
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Diamond Slides recorded tough
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the Foul Balls respectively.
Led by the inspirational
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Diamond Slides scored seven
times in the first inning and then
held on for a 10-7 victorv.
Leading the hitting parade for
the Slides was Jack Luzzo with
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In the other semifinal game,
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stop the Verdict 16-10.

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ARE won its eighth straight
game to cop the Engineering
League championship. ASCE
finished close behind with a 6-2
record.