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Sam Taylor
... 'no blacks before '62'

Vol. 63, No. 145

Festival still on, though
Dusserah promoters hit with dispute

By KEN MeKINNON
AWter Managing Editor
A storm of controversy
swirled Tuesday about the
promoters of this weekend's
Dusserah, in Gainesville and in
WdUston, where the music
festival is to be held Saturday
and Sunday.
In Wflhston, an emergency
Levy County Commission
meeting was called to discuss the
proposed festival with its
promoters, Tom Tedrow and Bill

Students blast Middlebrooks

By AHi gs tor SanioH
Charges of gross wrongdoing
and malfeasance were filed
Tuesday against Student Body
President Don Middlebrooks
because of a column by John
Parker in the Campus Crier.
. Twenty UF students signed a
petition presented to the Board
of Masters. The petition charged
Middlebrooks and Director of
communications Kooert turns

OConnell repudiates BSU charges

By JIM SHULER
Miivpnor nriwr
In response to t statement made Monday by the Black Student
Union (BSU) which charged UF President Stephen C. OConnell and
the registrars office with releasing and making public confidential
student information, OConnell has stated that the university has
refused to furnish names or academic standings of those who
withdrew ... although repeatedly requested by the news media.
The reply to the BSIPs statement came from the presidents office
Tuesday after the BSU also charged OConnell with erroneously
reporting to a meeting of the Civic Round Table and the UF Alumni
Association that 80% of the students who wfthdrew during the recent
campus crisis indicated they would return to UF in September.
According to the BSU, Employees in the registrars office took it
upon themselves to indicate September 1971, as the date the
President O'Connell commented that records in the registrars
office on the 123 withdrawals show the majority of the students said
they planned to return to the university but were uncertain of the
dale

Crisis committee hears testimony

By MARIANNE MACINA
Alligator Staff Writer
After ten hours of hearing and
questioning witnesses Tuesday,
the National Committee on the
UF Crisis (NCUFC) agreed to
release a statement this morning
determining whether or not a
crisis exists at UF, according to
Paul Anthony, executive
director of the Southern
Regional Council and chairman
of NCUFC

The
Florida Alligator

Cate. It is being held to raise
money for a state drug
rehabilitation farm. Tedrow said
the meeting was with a number
of citizens from Wflliston who
were concerned because they
don't want the same thing to
happen this weekend that
happened at the Gainesville
Music Festival last weekend."
Tedrow add what they were
concerned shoot was the
nudity and drugs that were an
prominent at the GaHimlr
Music Festival." The Gainesville.

with violation of two sections of
the Student Body Constitution.
The controversy stems from
an article former assistant conch
John Parker submitted to the
Alligator for use as a cohmut.
The column was rejected by the
fdjfo? frrnir of an Alligator
policy which prohibits pleas for
tends for personal causes.
Parker then took the column
to the Board of Student
Publications (BSP), asking for

Recommendations will also be
announced..
Anthony said that the
committee did not come to
Gainesville to conduct an
investigation but was here a
concerned group to give anyone
who wfahed to do so the
opportunity to be heard.
. As members of this
committee," Anthony said, we
have researched the situation
before the hearings Tuesday.
This includes reading all the

University of Florida, Gainesville

Music Festival, sponsored by the
Rose Community Center of
Galnesve, was located near
Archer, also in Levy Comity.
As a result of die emergency
meeting Tuesday, some of the
WilHston citizens are filing for an
injunction to try and stop the
festival. Tedrow said they must
file with a Gainesville judge
because the Dusserah, Inc., Is
located here. He also said he
doubts if they can obtain it
because it would take three or
four days to do so. The gates

relief but failed, according to
Middlebrooks.
At that time the chairman of
the board suggested he try to
place the column in the Campus
Crier.
The director of
communications shall
disseminate information only for
branches of Student
Government. The Campus Crier
(See Petition*page 5)

The process of withdrawing from the university starts with an
interview by the student in the Office of Student Affairs. To complete
their withdrawal, students file the information in the Office of the
Registrar after the options involved are explained to them. If they
choose to indicate a possible return date, it will assure receipt of a
registration appointment automatically. If they do not indicate such a
date, they will have to write or apply in person for a registration
appointment when they choose to return, he explained.
OConnell arid that in this process 85 of the 123 exercised the
option of having September 1971 Bated asthe date for reemoOmein.
Nine exercised the same option and had June 1971 listed. Within a
matter of days, five applied and were reinstated
The Office of Student Affairs and the registrar assure me
that information shown on each withdrawal form accurately reflects
the option of return date indicated by the student at the time of
withdrawal.
When Director R. H. Whitehead of the UF Registrar and
Admissions Office was asked to reply to the BSU charges, he said no ~
specific charges had been presented to him but commented, 1 know
of no confidential student information having been released to
anyone.

material submitted to us by the
UF administration.
A1 Kehrer, committee
member and regional director of
the Civil Rights Division,
AFL-CIO, stated that what
happened this past spring in
Gainesville s does not just
concern the community but the
entire country as well.
We are interested and
concerned in higher education
and the increasing alienation of
minority groups on college and

open Thursday for the festival.
I warned them they would
have trouble if they got the
injunction, Tedrow said. I
told them the kids were coming
anyway and they would be mad
if they didnt get their music.
They answered by telling me
they could handle their own
drug problems. They called me a
long-haired varmit* and said
they didn't want any long hairs
in their county anymore.
Levy County Sheriff Pat
Hartley expressed concern
Tuesday over the apparent lack
of sanitation facilities for the
1,000 acre site, located between
WilKston and Lebanon Station
on State Road 121. I don't
think theyH have the facilities
necessary, Hartley said.
*1 have 25 units now rad can
get as many as we need, said
Kevin McCarty, one of the
voluntary workers for the
festival. "That will not be a
problem. We have a number of
private companies on call if we
need more sanitary units than
we originally ordered.
Bruce Nearon, promoter of
the Gainesville Music Festival,
charged Monday that the
Dusserah promoters threatened

university campuses, Anthony
said.
Scheduled witnesses appeared
before the committee all day
Tuesday. Unscheduled witnesses
were allowed time to express
their views. Members of the
open audience ranged from 20
to 50 people as the day went on.
Student Body Vice President
Sam Taylor spoke before the
committee about the status of
(See 'Mitchell* page 3)

Wednesday, May 26, 1971

the entertainers at his festival,
telling them they couldnt play
at the Dusserah if they played at
the Gainesville Music Festival.
The rationale, Nearon said, was
if his festival didn't come off,
the Dusserah people didn't want
to have Levy County officials to
associate his festival with theirs.
Thats a big myth, Tedrow
said. 1 signed some of the same
groups that played at last
weekend's festival for my
festival.
Tedrow, also chairman of
Student Government
Productions, denied Nearon's
statement that he had not
sufficiently prepared a site by
saying, Ive taxed the kids
working on this thing beypnd
their capacity. They've been
working all night long, every
night for a week now. WeVe dug
wells, set up the stage, cleaned
up the Mds and cleaned the
two shorelines.
Nearon also said the profits
from the festival were not
necessarily going to the Comer
Drug Store for the preparation
(See 'Dusserah*page 2)

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l The Florida AMiptor, Wednesday, May 26,1971

Senate lowers marijuana penalty

By TOM CORNELISON
Alligator Staff Writer
The Florida Senate passed a
bill Monday reducing first
offense possession of small
amounts of marijuana from a
felony to a misdemeanor.
Under the provisions of the
bill, possession of five grams or
less of marijuana would be a
misdemeanor for a first offense,
and could be punishable by one
year imprisonment in a county
jail and a maximum fine of
SI,OOO. Five grams is enough to
roll four to five marijuana
cigarettes.
Existing penalties for
possession include a maximum
of two years in the state
penitentiary and a SI,OOO fine.
Sen. Kenneth Myers,
D>Miami, noted Monday most

Board of Regents replacement advocated

By MARK ROSNER
AMgator Staff Writer
An amendment to a bill
proposes the creation of a seven
member Board of Trustees to
take the place of the Board of
Regents and establish policy
with an all powerful chancellor
as operational head.** The
amendment was proposed to the
Senate Rules Committee.
Vice Chairman of the Senate
Rules Committee Mallory Home
said this was the practice in most

Dusserah ..

of the drug rehabilitation farm.
Under the ngieement
conditions outlined at the
Dussenhs outset, 70 per cent of
all profits, after expenses, go to
the Comer Drag Store. The rest
goes to Dusserah, Inc. for
further promotion.
As for the bit about us
making off with the cash when
the things over, thats
ridiculous, Tedrow said.
Were, right now, trying to tell
the people in Williston were
trying to divert kids from the
Jails if the drug laws in this state
arent changed from criminal to
social type laws. The drug
rehabilitation farm would help
to do just that.
Student Body President Don
Middlebrooks denied Tuesday an
accusation from Nearon that
Dusserah is any way connected
with any agency of the UF
Student Government.

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first offenders are given
probation under current laws,
which, Myers observed, would
not mean much in the actual
change in first offense penalties.
The real tragedy,** said
Myers in reference to current
conditions, is the felony
conviction with all its effects
state prison, loss of voting rights,
job disabilities and permanent
record.*
The bill already passed in the
House of Representatives, must
now be returned to the House
from the Senate for concurrence
on Senate amendments to the
bfll. House Rules Chairman
Murray Dobbin, D-Miami,
predicted the bill, as amended,
would pass the House without
batting an eyelash.
The major Senate amendment
would provide that a person who

states and he was in favor of the
amendment.
Under this amendment a
Board of Trustees would be set
up as the operational head of the
University. The chancellor
would have the power to
appoint and remove a university
president with die approval of
three members of the cabinet
and the Senate,** Home said.
The original bill proposed by
Sen. Robert Haverfield, would
eliminate the Board of Regents
and have the state university
system run by the state cabinet.

Its not t part of Student
Government, Middlebrooks
mid.
Tedrow said he used SGP
office phones because it was
convenient for him since he was
still chairman of SGP, and had
to carry on his duties in that
capacity. He said SG.would not
have to pay for the phone calls.
Rathskeller manager Mel
Libby, formerly a promoter of
the festival and cited in a
Gainesville editorial for his
participation in the goings-on,
said Tuesday that he dropped
out of the festival three weeks
ago when it began taking too
much, time and interfered with

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Sen. Bob Saunders
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gives away a small amount of
marijuana for no payment will
not be considered a dealer** or
pusher**. This provision would
protect a person who passes a
joint** at a party or concert
from prosecution as a drug
peddler.

Under the proposal, the State
university system would be
operated by present Regents
chancellor Robert Mautz and his
staff, who would be responsible
to the State Board of Education.
It has been reported that any
shift in authority would be
opposed by cabinet members
and Education Commissioner
Floyd Christian.
I would consider any action
to abolish the Regents
educationally unsound and
fiscally unwise,** Christian said.
Some officials in Tallahassee

my responsibilities to the dub
and the board of governors that
hired me.
Libby also said that he hoped
Cate and Tedrow lived up to the
agreement giving the Comer
Drug Store 70 per cent of the
profits. Tedrow said he would.
Under the same contract
agreement, the Dusserah, Inc.
divorces the Comer Drug Store
of any responsibility for the
provision of any equipment,
money or services to Dusserah,
Inc.
Groups performing at the
festival, which runs continuously
starting Saturday morning, are
doing so for transportation costs
only, Cate said.

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Another amendment redefines
marijuana, the female cannabis
sativa plant, as a dangerous
drug rather than an addictive
narcotic** in the Florida
Statutes. This new classification
places the popular weed in a
category with legally controlled
barbituates and amphetamines,
and illegal hallucinogenic drugs
such as LSD, mescaline, and
psycilicibin.
The Senate vote was 25-7 in
favor of the bil.
Sen. Bob Saunders,
D-Gainesville, said he voted in
favor of the bill.
There are many reasons for
my vote, Saunders said. First,
the law as it now stands fails to
take into account the
ramifications of being convicted
of a felony.
At the other end of the

have hinted the Haverfield bill
was proposed because the
regents have refused to expel
Radical Jack Lieberman and
h ; a course How to Make a
Revolution in the U.S.A. from

BSU shows thanks
The UF Black Union (BSU) released a statement Thursday night
thanking all those who stood by them in what they termed our
moments of torture.'*
The statement read, The BSU would like to extend its heartiest
appreciation to the number of groups and individuals who stood by us
during our moments of torture.**
Special thanks must go to the black faculty, the Afro-American
Students from Santa Fe Junior College, the president of the student
body, Steve Uhlfelder and the Union of Florida Students, the
Veterans for Peace; our lawyer, Steve Johnson; the faculty from the
college of education and the college of Arts and Sciences; their friend,
advisor and leader, Brother Mitchell and all other concerned parties
who have fought and are still fighting the war against repression on
this UF campus."
To all we extend our heartiest thanks.
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spectrum," the Gainesville
senator continued, is that 1 feel
there will be more conviction
and better enforcement of the
marijuana laws.
I don't for one minute
condone the use of marijuana.
Many people are going free
today because it would be unjust
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when they should be convicted
of a misdemeanor. Under the
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The bill was similar to a
recently submitted bill by Sen.
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would also reduce the penalty
for possession of five grams from
a felony to a misdemeanor and
increases felony penalties for
drug dealers. The Ott bill has
passed the Senate and is awaiting
House action.

the FSU campus..
I dont think the amendment
or the original bill stand much of
a chance to be passed because of
the crowded Senate calendar,"
Home said.



blacks on the UF campus since
1962.
Prior to 1962, Taylor said,
there were no blacks at UF at
all.
By 1968 the number of
black students, which includes
part time students, had increased
to 100, but the student body
had increased too.
Taylor stated that the Black
Student Union (BSU) was
formed in 1968 because we, as
black students, felt a high degree
of enemy on the UF campus.
There was nothing or very little
to relate to.
Roy Mitcheil, coordinator for
minority affairs and
disadvantaged students,
summarized his reasons for
resigning from his post at UF. 1
felt that I was being kept by the
administration from fulfilling
the functions of the office of
coordinator.** Mitchell's
resignation will be effective June
1 5
Mitchell stated that black
students do not view UF as an
institution of higher learning
which welcomes them.
Not all black students are
disadvantaged,** Mitchell said,
and not all disadvantaged
students are black.
According to Mitcheil, the
only time O'Connell would meet
with him during his entire term
as coordinator was once during
the Tolbert Area crisis of 1970
and once after the present crisis
of April 15.*
In his summary to the
committee, Mitchell charged I
was tolerated and ignored in my
tenure. UF, at best, in its
posture with minority affairs
staff, budget and students
leaves much to be desired.**
Mitchell said in meeting with
OConnell on April 16, the
President refused to drop the

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Mitchell explains resignation

charges saying he would not
interfere with the civil courts.
Dr. Irving Coffman, chairman
of the UF economics
department, went before the
committee not as a
representative of the
administration or the economics
department but on my own
behalf.
Coffman said he was
concerned with the possible
permanent destruction of some
students* educations.
In my opinion, Coffman
stated, during the week, there
were several times when
agreements might have been
made between the
administration and the BSU.
Goffman agreed that UF had
a history of racism but he said
he did not believed it existed
today. There are an awful lot
of people here who are trying to
change the situation. I do think
there are some racists in this
institution but I don't feel the
president is a segregationist.
Coffman said that he didn't
believe OConnell's decision had
anything to do with race issues.
O'Connell would have arrested
anyone disrupting his office,
Goffman said.
Clarence Martin, BSU
president, stated before the
committee that the 66 blacks
who were arrested were orderly
in OConnells office and
nothing was destroyed or
broken. In fact, Martin said,
we sat Ralph Giannini,
comprehensive social sciences
teacher, said that he believed the
black students were only trying
to get the administration to deal
with the problems.
I don't feel that
confrontation is the answer,
Giannini said.
Former Student Body
President Steve Uhlfelder stated
that according to a written

document in the office of
-student affairs, the student body
president is supposed to be
notified before any student
arrests are made.
I was not notified in this
instance until after the arrests,
Uhlfelder said, There were
three other situations concerning
the taking over of buildings
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which I was notified of lint, Im
not saying that because I was
able to talk with the students
first that the matter was
appeased but no arrests were
made in the other cases.
Other witnesses included
Farley Neasman, SC secretary of
minority affairs; David Lee,
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Year Program; Alroy Chow,
M.D.; acting Dean of the College
of Arts and Sciences, Herman
Spivey; Mitch Dasher; BiU Kline;
Randy Phillips; Harold Stahmer,
associate dean of the College of
Arts and Sciences; and
representatives from the
Gainesville Service Employees
Union.

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i, Th Florida Alligator, Wednasday, May 26,1971

UF to hold housing workshop

A workshop on housing for rural low income
families will be held May 25 to 27 at the Reitz
Union.
Extension agents from 36 counties in Florida will
participate in the program designed to investigate
the plight of the rural poor in society.
Coordinated by Extension Housing Specialist
Carolyn Thomas and Extension Agricultural
Engineer T. C. Skinner, the workshop will begin
with a look at the rural housing situation in Florida
and the nation.
The wo deshop is sponsored by the Florida
Cooperative Extension Service and will be

Graham fro resemble Vegas;
proceeds will go to loan fund

ByCAROL BRADY
AMflptor Staff Writ*
Blackjack . roulette...
poker... girls... girls... girls!
Buy a one way ticket to Las
Vegas and you've got it aU.
Graham Area has a better
idea. Pocket all that money until
your mother's birthday comes
up and shell out 75 cents instead
for admission to Graham's
"Casino Night,'* Friday, May 28.
Graham Area is holding "a
night at the tables" to raise
money for the Gator Loan
Fund.
The Gator Loan Fund, run by
Student Government, provides
financial assistance for UF
students. Every dollar donated
to the Loan Fund is matched by

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" New language program offered

By JANE CATO
Alligator Staff Writer
Would you like to fulfill three quarters of your language
requirement in only two months? It is now possible to do this at UF
through a new intensive language program beginning this summer.
The experimental program will be offered in French, Spanish, and
Portuguese, and if successful will be expanded to include other
languages, according to Dr. J. Wayne Conner, chairman of Romance
Languages and Literatures.
The concept of die program is not new. It has previously been used
primarily with less common languages such as Chinese.
Conner said the programs usually have been funded by the

nine dollars from the federal
government.
The admission charge entitles
participants to all the activities
of the evening.
Each person will receive
SI,OOO in play money to use for
all gambling events. Games
include craps, roulette,
blackjack, poker and Keno.
The admission fee also
indudes a raffle ticket for prizes
donated by local merchants, at
the end of the night.
Evening entertainment
features a rock band, "The
Flight, in the area rec room.
Chorus girls will provide
continuouos entertainment
during thetures a rock band,
"The Flight, in the area rec
room. Chorus girls will provide

moderated by Izola Williams, chairman of the
department of extension programs.
Skinner will lead a panel discussing low cost
housing research.
Among topics being discussed are the role of
extension programs, rural housing, standards for low
cost housing and current legislation mobile home
legislation and taxation.
Suggestions on improvement of conditions, as
well as a discussion of government assistant
programs for financing low cost housing, will also be
discussed.

continuous entertainment during
the floor shows in the library.
An old-fashioned kissing
booth will be set up for those
who need consoling after heavy
losses.
Gamblers won't have to worry
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depths. A Sandwich Saloon,
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government arid have a faculty-student ratio of one to eight. The past
programs at UF have been for high school teachers seeking further
training. Conner added that UF has never before had a program for
beginners.
This summer, participants will take only the language. The study
will consist of three hours in the classroom, and two hours in the lab
daily for 15 quarter hours credit.
Possibilities for future expansion include all of the students living in
one dorm and providing supplementary aids, such as movies.
In spite of the limitations, what we have will meet the needs of
most students and should be quite successful, Conner said.
More than 60 students have registered for the course in this
summers program.

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instrument by which this
purpose has been carried out.
However, John Parker is not a
branch of Student Government
and thus the use of the Campus
Crier by him for his own
personal use is in clear violation
of the previously mentioned
section,** the petition states.
Middlebfooks said, In this
particular case, Parkers column
had ramifications that go
beyond a personal suit. Freedom
of speech, dress codes for
athletes and treatment by the
athletic department of the
individuality of students is
involved. I fed complete ailing
of these issues is in the best
interest of the student body.**
He said by using the Campus
Crier as a last resort students
have different access routes into
The Florida Alligator: editorial
department, advertising, Campus
Crier and Page of Record.
Each is governed by a
different decision maker and
different policies. This is
consistent with the kind of open
access of ideas and beliefs that I
believe should exist on this
campus.
Middlebrooks said certain
guidelines for use of the Crier by
individuals have been set up.
These are:
Material must first have
been rejected by the editor for a
specific reason other than
readability.
A written and oral appeal
must be made to the BSP and
they must have taken no action.
The column must conform to
space limitations of the page and
cannot preempt any notice.
The petitioners are officially
requesting immediate action by
the Board of Masters to rectify
this most grievous state of
affairs.
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Court and Board of Masters
member, Bob Willis was
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i, The Ftorkfc Alptor. Widnaday, May 26,1971

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Editorial
Whacha hidin,
Mr. President?
Them outside agitators are tryin* to stir up troubl^agin.
But we can see through em, can't we President
OConnell.
>
We wont let any of those subversive types on campus
investigating what we do. Dont they know were a Lily
white institution?
And that doesnt only mean no blades it also means we
dont do anything wrong, right?
Sure it does.
We just wonder why, if OConnell has nothing to hide, he
has refused to allow the National Committee on the UF
Crisis (NCUFC) to meet on campus?
We are not saying we agree with the executive director of
tiie Florida American Federation of Teachers who said
OConnell would love a confrontation so the truth of the
crisis wont come out.
But it sure looks like he's trying to hide something.
OConnell says the AFT has a right to conduct an inquiry
off campus, but that groups which have no official status
would not be permitted to do so on campus.
Thats a pretty weak excuse.
It should have been fairly obvious that these people
would find someplace to base their investigation. All
President O'Connell did was to further alienate those people
concerned with the crisis.
The thing which scares us, is that by forcing the group to
meet off campus, OConnell has taken away some of their
legitimacy. People with his point of view will be reluctant to
appear.
It would seem he, too, would worry about this aspect of
it, for it may distort the results.
But then, President OConnell can just ignore any report,
as he has done with the American Association of University
Professors.
OConnell seems to believe this university can withstand
any and all criticism.
The way things are going, and with how much criticism
we have had to withstand so far, we are beginning to
disagree.
And all the trouble isnt being caused by the outside
agitators either.
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British are entering the Common Market"

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When magumba strikes

By MICHAEL CAHLIN
I fought helplessly against
impossible odds late last night.
For a time I even thought I won,
but when I awoke for first
period this morning I knew
differently, I was strickened
with the dreaded magumba!
What you ask is the dreaded
magumba? It is die nemesis of
every man, woman and child.
Formally labeled die blaahs,
and the common cold, the
dreaded magumba has reached
an all time high in the annuals of
magumbaness.
Its symptoms are misleading.
They start with a sneeze that
comes from your little toe and
crescendos somewhere around
your tonsls. Within the next
two days sniffles and teary eyes
become present. Finally a cough
develops sounding Uke a cross
between a sonic boom and
Tarzan's jungle cry.
Not heading these symtoms is
dangerous. The dreaded
magumba spreads like butter on
bread, quickly and evenly. Soon
the stricken magumbaeie feels
every part of his body ache. The
most identifiable symtom occurs
when his hair starts to hurt.
Unfortunately though, the
disease is now definable it is also
too late to cure and the
disease-ridden patient must go
through the terrible process

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known as Jungle Incubation
and Recuperation.
Jungle Incubation and
Recuperation begins with total
isolation except for one
man-eating plant, two swinging
vines, three coconuts, a partridge
and a pear tree.
The patient must Ik
completely stiU and listen to the
Zambeezu dram chant as
perforated by the Phflharmonic
Orchestra live In Tanganyika.
Each half hour rare hobs, Uke
chicken and matzoh ball soup,
must be administered.
Afterwards, summing every iota
of strength, the patient must
leap from Ids bed on to one of
the vines, swing past the
man-eating plant and cry, Hoo
boy, if you think I*m gonna do
this every half hour you gotta be
outa your banana! and return
to bed.
This period of incubation and
recuperation continues until the
patient gets well or forgets to
swing far enough out of the
reach of the man-eating plant.
So far medical science has
been stymied by this disease.

Save for reruns of Johnny
Weismillers ancient Tarzan
flicks and reruns of Bomba jthe
Jungle Boy, nothing hat been
known to combat the disease.
Congress is in the process of
allocating money to research the
effects, if any, of injecting the
stricken patient with banana
juice from a palm tree-shaped
hyperdennk needle. There are
some skeptics but the
government it willing to try
anything.
Plenty of rest and liquids
increases the rate of infection.
Contrary to popular belief, the
magumba germ does know how
to swim and has never been
known to drown.
One noted scientist has
hypothisized, Maybe if you ask
it nicely to leave and promise it
a iollie, it will go away. It
worked with my second wife.**
Though things do look bleak,
medical science is striving
forward. And if they can find a
cure before I have to swing over
that damned plant again, 1
promise to donate my body to
science.

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Country club
Editor:
In the administrative council
meeting May 12, Professor Lynn
LoPucki suggested that the
president and vice presidents of
the University of Florida
sponsor a black person for
membership in the Gainesville
Golf and Country Club. His
proposal clarifies at least one of
the problems which hang over
our instititution.
University officials have
objected on personal grounds to
demands that they resign from a
segregated club. Their objection
is made null. They are no longer
being asked to give up private
memberships in the club, clearly
a negative and unreasonable
request. They are now being
asked to demonstrate, as officers
and leaders of this institution
and as neighbors to all of us,
that they wyll take a positive
stand for traditional human
values. It seems very little to ask
of public men.
More generally, Professor
LoPuckis suggestion is rich in
clear possibilities. Officers of the
university, by sponsoring a black
man for membership, can strike
a blow against the label racist
which is now tragically attached
to the university. They can (one
might say they have the duty to)
teach the ideals of equity and
reason through their civic
leadership. Above all, they have
the opportunity to begin the
laborious project of mending
relations between black people
and this academic community.
Your editorial support of the
proposal is important, and we
hope that you will pursue the
matter.
Max H. Kele
Eldon R. Turner
Hunt David, Jr.
W.A. McGollough
Robert B. Settle
D.M. Chalmers
Speakers
Editor:
f
The university has a right to
have people from the entire
spectrum of political and social
viewpoints speak and exchange
ideas on campus. Not only is this
right fully utilitizing the right of
freedom of speech, it is also
showing the type of interest
which is essential to the survival
of- the American democratic
system. The right to have Abbie
Hoffmann or Jane Fonda speak
at UF or Jack Lieberman or
Jerry Rubin speak at FSU is
every bit as important as its right
to have Strom Thurmond or
anyone else speak on campus. If
a speaker openly advocates the
overthrow of the government by
violent and unlawful means in
such a manner as to create a
dear and present danger to the
governments right of
self-preservation, then a speaker
may be legally punished.

Student government should have
full reign in acquiring speakers
without legislative intervention.
SG has the duty to challenge
state laws, which the majority of
its members feel an improper
deprivation of freedom of
speech. Such deprivations might
indude questionable tenure
denials and dismissals of
professors holding unpopular
viewpoints, for example,
Marshall Joness tenure denial
and the threat to dismiss Ken
Megill. University professors
should have complete approval
to espouse their opinions outside
of the classroom.
SG should have sovereinty in
areas of student affairs and
regulations. Polides such as open
house and other rules for
student conduct and student
discipline dearly fall within the
proper domain of SG.
Otherwise, SG has no voice, no
power; if SG cannot reign
supreme in matters concerning
student affairs, it does not
functionally reign at all.
Joseph T. Stepp 4AS
Virgins?
Editor:
Last Tuesday night two
doctors of the university staff
came to my dorm to give a short
lecture on sex and to answer
questions on the same.
Inevitably, the topic of the
taxpayers whorehouses came
up. One of the two doctors
stated that he felt that it was
very hard to have intercourse in
a dormitory room because of
noise and the fear and anxiety of
getting caught in the act.
I am not daiming to speak
from personal experience, but I
believe the good doctor is either
very naive or just doesn't know
what he is talking about. Or
perhaps there are many liars
among the dorm residents.
Really doctor, do you think
only a very small minority is
capable of intercourse in a dorm
room? I dont agree with Miss
Kovachevich that there is
promiscuity in the dorms, but 1
do admit that the dorms provide
an atmosphere which lends itself
very readily for intercourse.
Many girls have spent the
night with their boyfriends in
my dorm, and more than a few
guys are missing at night because
they are practicing their own
version of 24 hours open house.
I don't want to pass any
ethical or moral judgment on sex
or any of its numerous activities,
but the truth is that it exists in
the dorms. It is easy to have,
you seldom get caught at it and
it's fun!
Perhaps if we all admitted this
instead of going around writing
cute and sarcastic letters to The
Alligator, things wouldn't have
reached the point they are at
now.
One final thought: How many
of the freshman men and women
who came here as virgins fall
quarter can still claim to be

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virgins when they leave here in
June?
Alberto G. Manrara
Parker
Editor:
A note here about the letter
by John Parker in the Campus
Crier section of the May 17
Alligator. It is probably all well
and just that Mr. Parker have his
vendetta against the Athletic
Department, but how does it
happen that a funds request
rejected by the newspaper be
printed under the auspices of
Student Government? Could this
mean that SG will fund and
support the private actions of its
officers. (I assume John is a
member of the cabinet and
staff desiring space.) Perhaps
President Don Middlebrooks is
indirectly following the lead of
his predecessor of making stabs
at the status quo and then
quietly backing down. Pressures
from friends could well force
Middlebrooks to disregard the
24,000 students he represents in
order to protect his vested
interests. So who polishes John
Parker's literary shoes? They can
be very powerful boots.
Sander Luoma lUC
Withdrawal
Editor;
As an experienced educator, I
have realized the need for the
creation and implementation of

Students, demand your rights

By DAVID HOCH
The Board of Regents has
again waved its magic wand and
presto! All the men and women
living in dormitories have lost
their open house privileges. Miss
Kovachevich speaks with
impropriety and the people of
the state take outraged umbrage.
Students wave banners in
protest, write disgruntled letters
to the Edigator; parents and
legislators condemn
Kovachevichs regretable choice
of words as maligning to the
1 moral character of our students.
How could anyone say such
things! What unmitigated gall!
Concerned citizens defend the
students with pregnancy
statistics and tons of other
nonsensical evidence to prove
our fine, upstanding young men
and women don't do it" in the
dorms.
And the crux of the issue lies
sleeping in the shadows,
malevolently laughing at us all.
All the students of the state
universities have had their fate
decided for them again. The
powers that be have again
exercised blanket control over
student lives. A handful of
sanctimonious self-righteous

new courses in the curriculum
which will be relevant to both
majority and minority students
in a school system. Since
September 1970,1 have pursued
an advanced degree in history at
this university focusing my
attention on the Afro-American
influence to the United States
and Latin America.
With the withdrawal of more
than 100 black students from
the university, it is my feeling
that, at least for this quarter or
until noticeable changes are
made at the university, the
institution can no longer be
relevant in the furtherances of
my original ambitions. Black
graduate students withdrew
from my Afro-American'
Problems class. Discussion of
these problems, which for the
most part have been created by
whites, without a black point of
view greatly limits the value of
the course. Also, many of the
black students with whom I
established rapport, have left the
university. Their personal
involvement in the black
experience'* was of tremendous
value to me in my efforts at
historical research. Their advice,
perception and guidance is
essential to the interpretation of
the history of the Negro. Their
attendance at the university
became an integral factor in
achieving my purpose for being
at this school.
My request to the white
student body is to reconsider
what attendance at this
university as it now stands
represents. If real change, as
clearly expressed by the Black
Student Union is not brought to
this institution, how many more
years will we as students permit

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keepers-of-the-death culture
have cast another holy edict,
stamped with the divine right
of regents."
And so it goes. And so it wfll
continue to go. Unless.
Unless students unite and
exercise their collective strength.
Unless students say enough!"
enough defensive reaction about
what students do and don't do,
in dorms or anywhere else in the
university community.
Students should be claiming
that, of course, they do it" in
the dorms. They should be
screaming. "Yes, we
consummate every evil act the
people can think of in our
dorms, and then some!"
Half the men should spend
the night in women's dorms and
half the women should spend
the night in men's dorms. What
they do when they get there is
their business, not that of
Elizabeth Kovachevich or
anyone else. Want to sleep,
sleep. Want to have congress,
have congress. Want to suck ping
pong balls-DO IT!
How c-f-ude! How

Wfl Widay, May 26.1971, Tha Florida AIHgMor.

the continuation of the
traditional injustices to our
fellow man? We had our
opportunity. We heard the
blacks* call for support but we
reacted with apathy. Our
presence at this university and
our lack of action which will
generate change represents an
approval and acceptance of the
"lily white** institution.
Remember! It has been planted
in a soil enriched by hatred,
fertilized by prejudice and
cultivated by racists. Can the
resulting product be of value?
My personal efforts to stop
the blacks* withdrawal hive been
fruitless. The fact is that these
students who were so important
to my educational endeavors are
gone. Their withdrawal is a loss
to all white students at the
University of Florida. Without
them, this institution can no
longer offer quality education to
its students, and for this reason I
have withdrawn from the
university.
John B. Fognini
LETTERS POLICY
Letters must:
t Be typed, signed,
double yeoed end not exceed
300 words.
a Not be started with e
pseudonym.
§ Hove addresses end
telephone numbers of writers.
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laniV win oB wnnnVO oniy n
iMolane aSkjMAae leem MyiM ITiem
WnWi wlOwm JUvS obUIBi Ino
editor receives the right to edit all
letters for spoon.
Any writer interested in
submitdna o toptlnr column is
prepend to show somples of his
work. WNtero mey submit longer
essays, columns or letted to be
eonsidsred for use piste
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irresponsible! How immoral!
HOW DARE THEM?!?!
It would be the first action
thus far to deal with the
problem. To tell the Board of
Regents, the Legislature, the
Administration, the Parents and
the people of this state, that our
lives are our lives (How
presumptuous and ingratefiil of
us!) and we will live them as we
see fit-as WE see fit, not as the
Rulers of America would like to
see fit for us.
Yes, brothers and sisters, the
creeping hand of repression
strikes closer to home each
time this time it caught
thousands of us. GASP! Let us
set up committees, let us
petition the president -a man
known to react quickly and
compassionately to needs of the
students. Let us do anything
(within the stifling limits of our
unconstitutional conduct code)
and everything we
can.... .except, of course,
assert our inalienable rights.
That would be subversive.
Hell, that would be downright
revolutionary dread the
thought!

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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

FOR SA LE
GIBSON HERITAGE accoustlc
guitar with casa, sacrifice $275, call
808 at 373*1591 or coma saa at
1534 S.W. 13st. (A-st-141-p)
SURFBOARD, especially mada for
aast coast surf, 7ft round tad, Srails,
will sail for S4O. call Gringo
392*7547 (A-5t*141-p)
1969 yamaha 305 cc In axcallant
condition $475 Includes helmet,
luggage rack and windshield call
Larry at 372*1721 after Bpm on
weekdays (A-st-141-p)
Panasonic cassette play-record
auto-stop AM A FM radio batt. ac
current or car bought last quarter
SBO need $55 call tonlghtl 378*7676
(A-BM4I-P)
Saddle horses $175 up. saddle, bridle,
blanket $99. payments arranged,
boarding town and country motel
hwy 301 S. Waldo 468*9448 local
call (A*7t*l4o*p)
Tame baby ferrets coons monkeys
bob cats ocelots skunks parrots
hawks snakes lizards turtles for sale
trade or buy Kongo Pet 475*2546
(local) (A*l7t*lll*p)
1970 Clairhaven Mobile Home 2br.
12x50 unfurnished In excellent cond.
Low price Includes 4 yrs. Insurance
call 376*2959 after spm (A-st-140-p)
muntz hw 150 stereo amplifier 150
watts 200 max and 8 In. walnut grain
speakers S2OO or best offer 7 months
old call Kip anytime 392*7503
(A-St-142-p)
for sale 3 spd engllsh racer exc. cond.
2 months old $45. call Joe at
378*4277 or see at apt 158
gatortown (A-4t*l43*p)
DORM FURNISHINGS large
refrigerator good condition 15x12
In-outdoor carpet drapes and rods
SBO or best offer 392*7434
(A*st*l43*p)
Army Uniforms: Blues by
Lavterstein, cap worn once 3 sets of
greens wedp. Seldom worn. Cost
/84S0, selling for /SSO size 39s Ph.
378*9534 (A*4M43*p)
Double bed sls Used portable Singer
sewing machine $25 call 376*8905 or
378-7205 from 6 on (A-4M43-P)
sunbeam moisture mist hairdryer,
practically no use, baby dressing
table, peterson baby car seat, baby
swing chair, baby walker must sell
378*4126 (A*2t*l44*p)
1971 Olympus pen ft-pro 38mm fl.B,
case, copy stand, extension tubes,
filters, kafco 818 flash, tripod, floods,
gossen pilot meter, slide viewer
378*4126 (A*2t*l44*p)
19 ft shasta self*contalned (travel
trailer $975t 16 ft semi-cabin boat A
trailer with 76 hp Johnson motor
$925. at 1102 ne 20 ave. 376*3322
(A-5t*144-p)
1970 ossa pioneer 250 cc perfect
condition S7OO call Luke 378-941$
(A-5t*144-p)
SCHWINN VARSITY 10-speed 2
months old Perfect condition save
$25 over new bike A accessories
376-3505 (A-4t*144-p)
for sale 1966 yamaha 305 runs well 2
helmets, luggage rack. Jacket $350 or
best offer. George 372*5506
(A*3t*l44*p)
Honda 250 off-roed Scrambler, also
have all street equipment. 67 Honda
S9O must sell one. Best offer over
$165 and $125 respectively
378-6874 (A-St-144-p)
honda cb-160 electric starter-rear
knobby wheel-ln good condition
$l5O Includes two new" helmets
cal Rich 392-0505 or 378*0043
(A-st-145-p)
1970 mobile home 12x52, 2 bedrms,
carpeted, furnished, 9 mos old, oil
heat, cypress model, excellent buy
new condition 373-1484, $3795
(A-lt-145*p)
For sale: ELECTRIC GUITAR, case
A amplifier, Only SBO. In great
condition. Call Renee at 372-6511.
(A-lt-145-p)

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FOR SALE
WEDDING GOWN For Sale. Size 8,
Chantilly lace, A-llne, with
floor-length mantilla. Worn once.
SBO. 378-0253 (A-3t-145-p)
Guild Accoustlcal Electric Guitar 2
pickups excellent for Jazz or rhythm
$l5O firm 378-8670 (A-st-145*p)
ampex micro 86 cassette stereo
recorder 20 watts power + mikes,
speakers, cords, only SBS. two
months old. call Arturo 378-8339,
leave message. (A-3t-145-p)
Refrigerator with personality: full
size, turquoise, has big freezer, good
working condition. Only $35 or best
offer. Call 392-7854 after 3 P.M.
(A-3t-145-p)
6 cu ft refrigerator dean, runs
perfectly. $45 or best offer, will also
rent for summer qtr with opt to buy.
call 392*8157. or 392-7721
(A-st-145-p)
RIFLE, MARLIN 30-30.
EXCELLENT CONDITION. BEST
OFFER ACCEPTED. Jim Wallas
376-6983 1128 NW 4 Ave
(A-3t-145-p)
for sale Panasonic ss7ooo component
sys. 72w amfm stereo tuner wspks
and 4sp. turntable ex. cond. $350
call D. Daniel 376-1058 (A-st-145-p)
Bicycle new chain, good cheap
transportation, runs good, looks
terrible, $15.00 also, pipe rack and
tobacco Jar, never used, new $9, now
$5 373*4503 (A-2t-145-p)
*66 TRIUMPH 500 CC LOOKS
GOOD RUNS FINE, MANY
IMPROVEMENTS S6OO 376-8741
(A-3t-145*p)
store for sale, very profitable, perfect
for young hip business oriented
person, oatl 372-8733 or Jax
356-3961. (A-st*l42*p)
FOR RENT
Mature male share Summit House
apt pool ac dishwasher dose to
campus $45 mo NO DEPOSIT
available June l call 378*7889
(B-6t-141*p)
Poolside WMilamsburg Apt. Need 1
Male Roommate for summer.
$52.50/monfh, spilt June rent. Call
373*3938. (B*st*l4l*p)
$195 for the summer Includes your
room and 3 meals a day) Only 1
block from the Krystal. For Info call
Secretary at 376-9473 117 nw IS st
(B-5M42-P)
SAVE SSO THE PLACE need one
male roommate, penthouse 316. pool
A sauna. S2OO June 15-Sept 14
utilities Inducted 378-1287 after spm
(B-st-141-p)
room In house with students dose to
campus June 15 sept 15 for $l3O
last mo. rent + deposit In advance
refundable call 373-2534
(B*st*l42*p)
HAWAIIAN VILLAGE summer
sublet, 1 bedroom furnished, call
evenings 373*3490 (B-st-142*p)
Hawaiian Village: 1 roommate for
summer quarter private room pool
dishwasher ac tv $59 a month call
after six 376-3505 (B-4t-142-p)
sublet-summer 3 bdrm. apt. In 2
story house 2 blks from campus,
central ac, shag, sundeck, balcony,
new furniture, parking call 378*3243,
620 SW 10th SL (B-st-141-p)
Eff. apt, 1222-17 nw Bth ave sublet
thru Aug. available June 10, 95 a
month, sum. air cond. and shag
carpet close to Univ. call 373-2764
(B-st-141-p)
sublet for summer 3 br, furnished
house, alr-conditloned $l5O per mo.
nw 55 St. 378-6407 (B-st-141-p)
help need to sublet landmark apt for
summer. 2 bedroom, ac, goed
location with no parking problem
come by N 0.136 or call 373-1487
(B-2t-144-p)

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I, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, May 25.1971

FOR RENT
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)
1 or 2 male roommates wanted for
the summer. La Bonne Vie, sauna,
pool, dishwasher, AC. $37.50 per
month plus utilities call 378-5914
(B-st-143-p)
WILLIAMSBURG 1 br sum. summer
sublet available June 15 $l5O/mo. a/c
pool w/w carpet 372-0920
overlooking us pasture (B-st-143-p)
The Place furnished 4 bdrm Pent 5
bdrm Flat 72/mo 63/mo ea. person
Indudes UTILITIES pool dishwasher
parking 3 76-5560 373-3167
(B-st-143-p)
Rent for summer. Landmark Apt.
Town houses. Pool, dishwasher, air
cond., sauna. Apt. N 0.129, call Ken,
Steve, or Jim, 376-0374 (B-st-143-p)
SUBLET 3 br lba block house sum
a.c. Ig. tlv. rm. ig. fenced yd. n.w. sec.
- great landlady call 376-9864 after
6:30 pm (B-st-143-p)
Sublet to female now or June,
beautiful trailer In mobile dty. air
cond. tv call anytime (373-1364)
(B-st-143-p)
Sublease Irg eff. Appartment AC $95
+ uttitles available June Ist call
376-2395, 1222 NW Bth Ave. apt. 1
(B-3t-143-p)
SUBLET Ldndmark apt. 23 for
summer June free 2 bedroom,
dishwasher, pool, call anytime
378-9411 (B-st*l43*p)*"
one bdrm apt air cond $55/mo take
over June 11834-0 n.w. first ave. one
block from campus must rent In a
hurry Paul Deechenes (B-st-144-p)
sublease 2 bdrm sum, ac, trailer free
40 antenna carpet and dishes avail.
June 15 sllO month call Sally
392-7646 (B-st-144-p)
LANDMARK-2 bedroom ast to
sublet for summer-4 roommates at
$95 each. all the extras for less
money. apt 128 372-0929
(B-3t-144-p)
Landmark apt. to sublet for summer
4 people $95 each for summer total
Junes rent paid, call 372-8019
(B4t-144-p)
French Quarter Apt Sublet for the
summer SIBO per month, 2 bedroom
air-conditioning pool apt 88 call
after 7:00 p.m. 378-4784
(B-3t-144-p)
landmark! 2 bedrm apt sublet for
summer $95 each with 4 people for
the entire quarter June rent free I call
378-8143 anytime (B-st-144-p)
Sublet summer 1 bedroom couples
or singles, AC, Pool, Quiet, furnished
renuable lease Sin City Area Call
372-9911 or Coy Thomas Apts.
(B-Bt-144-p)
landmark 33 $75 4 summer. 1 male 4
2 bedrm townhouse. a/c, dishwasher,
cable tv. barbque, near pool, deposit
free call 378*4031 ask 4 Ira
(B-3t-144-p)
SUBLEASE for summer 2 bdrm
house on NW Bth ave. Free util,
SIOO/month. Call 372-1468
(B-st-144-p)
TIRED OF KOVACHEVICH7 Try
co-operative living at Georgia Seagle
Halil All the comforts of home:
24-hr. open house, 3 meals/day, color
tv, privacy, all for only $220/quarter.
call 376-8941 or come by at 1002 w.
unlv. ave. open summer quarter
(B-st-144-p)
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THE GREEKS ARE COMING
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THE PLACE: sublet for summer. 1
to 4 females needed. Townhouse.
Live in comfort and style. Own room
call 373-2967 apt. 158 S.W. 2 ave.
(B-3t-144-p)
the PLACE the aroma of luxury?
sublet 1 private bdrm June 15-Sept
14 S7O/mo Includes ALL util. +
COLOR tv, pool, a/C. 373*4301
(B-St-144-p)
color tv, privacy, all for only
$220/quarter. call 376-8941 or come
by at 1002 w. univ. ave. open
summer quarter (B-5t*144-p)
S7O/mo your own private bdrm in a
4-bdrm a/c poolside apt. Free color
tv & utilities. Near tennis ft handball
courts. La Mancha Apts. 378-7224
(B*9t-144-p)
Point west male roommate for
summer qtr furnished private
bedroom, pod, ac pay only July
august rent call Dale 373-3497 after
5 pm (B-5M45-P)
summer have a place near med
center need 1 person to share, your
share $45 plus utilities, pod, a/c, 5
min. walk to campus call Bob at
378-4613 (B-st-145-p)
2 or 3 females to share 2 bedroom
French Quarter No. 18 with 1 other
ALL SUMMER $95 (or best offer) +
utilities call now- 373-3179
(B-3t-145-p)
2 bdrm. landmark apt Nd. 52 for
summer quarter overlooking pod,
dish wash, ac, June rent free $140.00
mth. ft util, call anytime 373-3263
(B-4t-145-p)
One br. air cond. apt. with pod
$ 100/mo. for summer, call 376-3184
(B*4t-145-p)
2 male roommates to sublet
landmark apt n 0.109 pooMde, bar b
qua, study lounge, laundry room,
health room. June rent free, call
anytime 372-9886 (B-3t-145-p)
sublet: large 2 bedroom apt. ac, 2
blocks from campus, quiet neighbors.
$127/mo starting summer quarter.
1716 NW 3rd ave N 0.35 call
378*7010 (B*3t-145-p)
Desperate Darlings need to dump
dwelling! BARGAIN!! sublet
landmark apt. 29, $75 per person for
entire sum. qtr. call 373*3106
(B*3t-145-p)
Landmark podside apt. sublet for
summer air conditioned dishwasher
etc. call 378*1924 after 7:00 pm for
additional Info. and terms
(B-3t-145-p)

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2620 N.W. 13th Street In the Gainesville Mill

FOR RENT
BARGAINS, am graduating must
Mil: *66 honda 305 bast offer; 2 good
mattresses at $lO ea.; 1 girls bIKe at
sls. call mike 373-3423 (B-3M4S-P)
sublet landmark apt 89 for summer.
June rent free I a/c dishwasher 2
bedrooms furnished 2 pools call
373*1047 or coma by (P-St-154-p)
sublet BEAUTIFUL 2bd CAMALOT
apt dishwasher sauna pool etc. MUST
SACRAFICE will deal live In luxury
372*1065 (B-st-145-p)
This Is It! The house for summer. 3
Blocks from campus very roomy
very reasonable Find out about It.
Truck on over to 1725 N.W. 3rd PI
(B-4M45-P)
2 BEDROOM APT $95/mo partly
furnished, air condtloned, near mall
nice place, no lease req Ideal for
married call Dan 378*3533
(B-2t-145*p)
I*3 female roommates for summer
June rent free. Village Park N 0.102
Phone 378-0622 or come by
(B-3t-145-p)
2 Female roomates wanted for
Summer qtr. Beautiful poolside
Williamsburg Apt. 2 bedroom 2 bath
call 378-5923 after 5. (B-st-145*p)
N. W. 13 SL Ph. 372-8123
ACROSS FROM MALL



GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

FOR RENT
Live CHEAP over the summer! Share
an apt. at Unlv. Gardens TV pool
liberal roommates + extras Only S3O
+ utilities! caH 376-6353 (B-st-l0-p)
WANTED
One roomate for large 2 bedroom
apt. $65 per month Indudes utilities,
cable tv and more, will pay for lb of
June's rent. call 372-7877
(C-6t-142-p)
3 responsible roomates to share
off-campus 2 bedroom apt starting
Fall *7l write Fred DeWltt 143
Laurlna Jacksonville or call
904-724-752$ (C4t-142-p)
Smr-sublet: 1-2 females landmark
N 0.64 poolsd, near laundry, study,
barbque June rent free, all equiped:
pots, tv stereo, etc. see it after 4pm
373-2772 (C-st-142-p)
Male roommate to share mobile
home for summer qtr. Private
bedroom. 5 min. to Med Center. $75
per mo. Call after 9:30 pm 378-0616
(C-5M42-P)
Need 3 roommates to live In
enormous 6 bedroom house near UF
and santa fa. $125 for entire summer,
call Jack or Davis at 378-1109.
Female, 2-bedrm. townhouse
Williamsburg, tv, dishwasher. 52.50 +
14 util. Available June 1. 372-3505
ext. 245 day or 376-1305 after 5.
(C-st-141-p)
1 or 2 females to share apt for fall ec,
carpet, poof, SBS call Janie 878-7113
after 3:30 (C-st-141-p)
NEED A ROOM FOR FALL In a
idea house for 1 girl, call Chris
378-3733 (C-3t-144-p)
Two female roommates June 1
separate bedrooms In 4 bedroom
house $25 mth + utilities. Walking
distance from campus 376-7166
(C-st-140-p)
Need 3 male roommates Landmark
Apt. 146 June rent FREE Call
373-2792 (C4t-143-p)
Vocalist wanted for top band Jobs
assured, going national during
summer, public relations man also
desired, call Randy 392-7945 or Jim
392-8775 (C-4t-143-p)
roommate/roommates wanted to
share 2 br. apt. Own room
150/summer, w room 90/summer.
No utilities, Immed. occupancy.
glrts/marrlcds 376-0716 (C-3t-143-p)
roommate: own room In 3-bdrm
furnished house, a/c. move In now,
don't pay rant til June. $55/mo Mi
util, no lease. 372-0360 506 ne 6 eve.
Sally (C-st-144-p)
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WANTED
Helpl 2-br apt, house, or duplex
needed starting June must be a/c,
dose to campus, furnished. An old
house will do fine. Call 392-8648
(C-St-143-p)
Roommates needed for summer
quarter 4 bedroom house, ne. sect,
animals allowed, own room, rent to
be discussed call una 378-9594
anytime (C-3t-143-p)
Landmark 40 wants YOU for
summer qtr, $95 util! Poolside,
alr-cond, dishwasher, gym, etc.
Inquire after spm. an equal
opportunity residence (C-st-143-p)
Female roomate own room in cosy 2
bedroom peaceful apartment in NE
section a/c $52 month call Nancy
376-7746 It's beautiful 1 (C-3t*143-p)
Roomates wanted for house 10 Mock
behind Nm. Own room for SBS and
Mi utilities for entire summer, call
Carol or Kirby at 373-1748
(C-st-143-p)
FEMALE roomate for fall quat.
village park 49.25 mo M utilities
pool, quiet, air cond. furnished
392-9323 7-9 pm 392-9300 10-12
pm (C-st-144-p)
Vacation while at summer school, 1
girl needed the PLACE penthouse
own bedroom; pool suana
dishwasher. Apt 321 372-5812
(C-3t-144-p)
1 or 2 male roommates for summer
THE PLACE own bedroom In
top-floor 4 bedroom flat 59 month
Indudes utilities call 372-9819 now
(C-st-144-p)
2 bedroom Hawaiian vlg. apt to
sublease for the summer all extras!
negotiable 372-2949 (C-st-144-p)
The Place 1 or 2 female roommates
own bedroom 1 Mk from campus
pool air cond dishwasher utilities free
wtil discuss price call 373-2287
(C-3t-144-p)
Female Roomate wanted to share
one bedroom apartment for summer.
A/C, pool, laundry room. Call Joyce
at 373-3287 or 373-3664
(C-St-144-p)
SK female grad stu late twenties who
likes cats to share 2 bdrm unf house
In fall S7O plus util write Turtur 54
E. 7 st nyc 10003 (C-St-144-p)
luxury Is your own bedroom 3 girls
need 4th for summer quarter In The
Place 67.50 per month call Beth
373-3632 (C-4t-144-p)
Female roommates wanted summer
qtr. n.w. duplex, ac, private room,
pets allowed. SIOB for qtr. plus 1/3
util, call Kathy 378-5789 after 6
(C-st-145-p)
WANTED. GIRLS BICYCLE TO
BUY. ANY KIND. CALL 378-0392.
OR 372-1743 (C-lt-145-p)
Female roommate for summer qtr
$95 for summer + utilities tv,
poolside apt. June Rent freel call
after 12pm 378-1907 landmark apt
39 (C-3t-145-p)
1 or 2 male roommates for Landmark
166. 2 swimming pools to choose
from. $95 for summer, June rant free
Phone 378-1811. (C4t-145-p)
4 people 2 sublet 2 bdrm 4 June-aug
all of June starting anytime. SIOO
each. 2 pools ac dishwasher great loc.
landmark 33 call 378-4031 now
(C-3t-14S-p)
One male roommate to share village
park apt w/3 others. May move In
either fall or winter quarter
$49.25/mo. Call Henry 392-8392
(C-St-145-p)

Wednesday, May 95,1971, Wit Florida Alligator,

WANTED
Female roommate wanted for
summer at Landmark Apt. SIOO for
entire summer. AC, dishwasher,
pools, saunas, Call 373-3254
(C-2t-145-p)
Female roomate for summer qtr 2
bedroom house 3 Mocks from
campus. Come by 1419 NW 3rd Ave.
(C-5M45-P)
The Place 1 female roomate needed
summer quarter. Private bedroom,
color tv, SBO. monthly Includes
utilities, call Shartln at 378-7997
(C-st-141-p)
Need 1 female rmmate for fr. qt. apt.
for June, July, aug.; share w/3 girls:
util. rent (46.25 per or amount to
be agreed on call 378-4614
(C-st-141-p)
MEL^^'VyANTED_
director teacher for the baby gator
nursery must be certified call Jerry
Yakatan 378-4661 (E-2t-144-p)
2 males needed part-time summer qt.
to exercise, take to class, read to and
stand with crutches and braces a Viet
vet. $1.50/hr. 378-3489 (E-st-144-p)
~ I 11. 111,1,..11. 1 11,
profitable summer Income salting
Stanley home products call 454-2748
(E-3t-145-p)
Advertising salesman for Shopper.
Income based on production. Work
20 hours weekly $ this summer.
Must be dependable. 372-5468 or
376-5716 (E-st-145-p)
Homeworkers envelope addressers
and mailers. Send stamped envelope
and 25 cents to GWL Enterprises,
64D Cobb St., Athens, Ga 30601
(E-2M45-P)
BEST SUMMER JOB IN
GAINESVILLE SSOO per month on
the Job training. 3 OPENINGS NOW!
Phone 3784491 after 4 P.M.
(E-10t-143-p)
Need one girl who can type and Is
Interested In research on baby tame
wild foxes, wild cats, coons, skunks,
snakes, and turtles call 475-2546
(local) (E4t-140-p)
Com marl cal sales position Full or
part time commlslons Phone
372-7520 (E-10t-141-p)
AUTOS
1969 opal rallye kadett. black and
green, five polygl as tires radio and
heater, tape player, must be soldi
1350. or highest offer. 3724831
(QrSt-141-p)
bus 63vw runs great 295 call
372-8771 ask for Tim If not home
leave name A number and 111 call
you (Q-st-141-p)
*7l Kawasaki lOOcc 500 ml les. Like
new, Just broke In. Getting married
and future husband says no bike
$360. Call Anne 373-3718
(Q-3t-144-p)

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AUTOS
1965 MGB 68,000 miles, very good
condition radio heater wire wheels,
1259 NW 35th Ave, or 378-7872 I
hope everyone has a beautiful day
(G-St-144-p)
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1963 Plymouth station wagon 9
passenger. 318 engine, radio heater,
auto trans luggage rack S3OO ph
375-5826 or 3784156 (Q-St-141-p)
Good buy *64 vw $250 Greet to
make dune buggy or second car I
gotta sell It 3734890 (Q-St-144-p)
Must sell this week, 65 T-btrd, all
power, air, very good condition,
$995* or best offer. Also 5 month
old 650 Triumph, save S4OO.
392-2217, 3784089 (Q-st-144-p)
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1968 bulck skylark radio heater good
running condition SI3OO or best
offer or trade for vw bus call
3784376 (G-st-145-p)
Mercedes 200, 1968, 4 cyl.,
auto-trans., FM-AM radio, disc brakes
white with camel Interior, $2,150,
call 3784212 between 5:00 A 7:00
prn (Q-3t-145-p)
1968 rambler amerlcan 2dr bard top top-6
-6 top-6 cyl. std. transm. excellent cond.
good tires recent tune-op- asking
$795 call 376/3216 (after 5 pm)
(G-st-145-p)
Dodge Lancer gt bucket seats* radio,
heater, auto, trans. runs great, looks
good, new aIL, coll, waterpump,
good tires, $250.00 call 3734503
(Q4t-145-p) .J' 1
Van 1967 ford econoline fantastic
condition need cash S7OO. dudley
373-1342 (G4M45-P)
JAGUAR XK 140 MC Fixed Head
Coupe. Michel In X tires SI4OO or
best offer. call 3784928
(Q-3M4S-P)
1970 fast back volks automatic radio
front disc brakes S2OOO call
373-2110 leave name and phone
(Q-st-145-p)
62 VW bus New Paint Good Running
Condition Must see to appreciate 625
or best offer call 3784686
(G-st-142-p)
1966 dodge van, carpet, paneled,
good shape, SBOO firm, also, tear Jet
8-track car stereo, $45 call 3724667
(Q-st-142-p)
must sell ford mustang 66 good
condition, new tires, radio, heater,
$650 call Paul 392-7501 (G-St-141-p)
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Land For Sale: 1 acre tracts in Levy
County Harrell M. Hemingway, assoc,
box 276 Bronson Fie. Herbert B.
Hunter Jr. reg. real estate Broker
Phone 486-2057, 486-2275
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FREE 6wk old kittens, litter trained,
pure alley cats, call 378-1762 after
spm (J-St-144-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 446-54-p)
professional DRAFT COUNSELING
Med leal-Legal-Psychologic. Open
weekends. Tel: 891-3736 2135 Ixora
Road No. Miami, 33161
(J-465-106-P)
WANTED: Female roommates for La
Mancha Apts. own bedroom S7O
plus utilities beginning Fall Quarter
- call Sharon 392-7884 (J-3t-143-p)
new shipment peasant blouses & knit
tops dress pants 50% off. blue Jeans
6.00. check them all out. Spanish
main 1642 w univ. open 10 til
10(J-5t-142-p)
Rider wanted to Asheville, Boone,
West N.C. Leaving on or after June 8
Call Mike at 373-4265 (J-3t-145-p)
WANTED: amazon women, wild and
tall to accompany strange heathens
5-29, at barbaric affair, spaceman ed
or maxlpole, 378-4888, 5-6 pm,
no/stralghts (J-2t-143-p)

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Round-trip Tampa-London-Tampa.
June 19-September 4, July 31-August
26. Caledonian Airllnes-Boelng 707
fan let. Contact Mrs. Manougian
10003 53rd St., Temple Terrace, Fla.
or Euro-American Dimensions, Inc.,
527 Madison Ave., Suite 403, New
York. N.Y. 10022 (J-16t-144-p)
Reward: return blue plastic notebook
taken from computing center It
contains S2OO worth of computer
data labeled Itery 112004
Grys-Dewov (J-lt-144-p)
Yourre trapped In a world of angels
that no longer care. In the space
where his hand was, my hand Is
reaching out for you there. Love is
the weapon left after the fall, it may
not seem like much, but, girl thats
all that there Is and girl I love you ex
(J-lt-145-p)
Getting married? long white gown,
a-llne empire, floor length matching
mantilla veil on Juliet cap was $l5O.
now SSO. size 11. 373-1249
(J-lt-145-p)
Now open. Wayside Antiques Inc.
Irvine, Fla. 20 miles south Gainesville
on 1-75 at State Rd. 318 adjacent to
the Old Country St ore. Fia*s largest
wholesale retail importers. Open 9-6,
7 days 904-591-2001 (J-Bt-144-p)

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Reward:return blue plastic notebook
taken from computing center it
contains S2OO worth of computer
data labeled Itery 112004
Grys-Dewov (L-2t-144-p)
black Scottish terrier lost at
Gainesville music festival reward for
return of information leading to
return, please help! (L-St-145-p)
found: small blue purse with money.
Identify and pick up at Union Lost
and Found, Rm 135. Open daily
between 1:30 anti 5:30 (L-3t-145-nc)
LOST gold bracelet, one charm oval
shape. No questions asked has
sentimental value. Reward call
378-5945 evenings (L-3t-144-p)
found; boys black bicycle. 3 speed,
call 373-3079 or 378-0392. must
know lock combination to claim
(L-3t-144-nc)
lost puppy in nw area (could be
anywhere shepherd markings black
and tan wt. 25 lbs. answers to Yahna
Gvllle tag 2461 reward call 373-4354
(L-4t-144-p)
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Spark plugs 68 cents. Cash & Carry
Auto Parts, 1111 S. Main St.
378-7330. (M-113-ts-C)

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accurately and neatly to your
specifications. 50 cants par page, call
Tola 373-1003 anytima during day.
(M-12M34-P)
TYPING former NY sec at bklyn
collage theses term papers 50 cents &
up 373-1984 9-5 373-1429 aft 6 DEL
RAY TYPING SERVICE
(M-st-139-p)
Were 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)
typing at Its* best by former NY
sec*y. speed & accuracy, theses,
dissertations, papers 50 cants & up.
Barbara Coaxum 373-4363
(M-6t-133-p)
Alternators generators starters
electrical systems tested and repaired.
Auto-Electric Service, 1111 S. Main
378-7330, Nowl Bank Americard and
Master Charge, (m-tfc)
WANTED Typing in my home call
Louise 372-7844 (M-st-143-p)
private karate and self-defense
lessons, expert black belt Instruction,
schedule to fit your needs. $5. per
hour, satisfaction guaranteed.
378-4126 (M-2t-144-p)
Expert babysitting, all ages, by
student wife, b.a. psychology and
speech science, call 378-4126
(M-2t-144-p)

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History-making phosphate tax passed

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The
Florida legislature passed and
sent to the governor Tuesday a
history-making severance tax on
phosphates, while the Senate
voted to retain the temporary
prior approval system of
automobile insurance
rate-making.
The severance tax, which has
been defeated without reaching
Students increase
fees for ghetto
KENT, Ohio (UPI)
Students at Kent State
University voted Tuesday on a
proposal to increase fees by one
dollar a quarter to help raise
funds for construction of a
recreation center in a ghetto area
in nearby Ravenna. The
proposed King-Kennedy center
would cost SBOO,OOO.

WHAT'S HAPPENING

Hie die is cast: Graham area is
holding Casino Night Friday
at 8 p.m. A live band, floor
show, tables of chance, a
kissing booth and refreshments
will be featured. Admission is 75
cents which will be donated to
the Gator Loan Fund.
One spoke over the line: What
has two wheels, a seat,
handlebars and two very
muscular legs?? A bicyclist who
rides from Gainesville to Miami
via A1A!! If youre interested in
joining the four day odessey
after finals* call Roy 392-8290
or John 392-8289.
Somethings dishy: The
International Club is holding a
covered-dish party Friday night
at 8 at the University Womens
Club. 8.Y.0.F. (Bring your own
food) and join in the fun!!
UF-Unionists: The off-campus
shop of the Union of Florida
Students (UFS) will meet
tonight at 8 at the Presbyterian
University Center.
Doctor it up: Alpha Epsilon
Delta, UF pre-med honorary,
will have its annual spring
banquet Sunday from 5-7 p.m.
at the Rat. Tickets are $1 for
members, guests $4. Call
378-1782 or 378-7259 for
reservations.
Got a gripe?: Interfratemity
Council is holding a gripe session
for all bugged students and
community members concerning
excessive noise from fraternity
parties and other Greek social
events. Stop by room 316 Reitz
x Union Thursday or Friday from
1-2 pjn. with your complaints.
Dont YAF: The Young
Americans for Freedom will
meet Friday in rooms 150 C and
D Union. Elections and
constitutional revision will be
held.
Graham Mobile Homes
New-used* Repossessed
Models
New 2-bedroom
12 wide $3695
4411 NW 13th St.
372-1988
Open Til 9 PM

the floor for the past 20 years,
skipped to final passage with
House concurrence in
amendments that give the
companies tax credits of 50 per
cent for reclamation of land
ruined by strip mining.
The 50 per cent Credit on
severance taxes applies to old
mines. On new mines, those dug
after die new tax becomes law,
the credit is only up to 25 per
cent.
The bill also allows up to 20
per cent credit on ad valorem
taxes in the county where the
mining is done, if reclamation
projects are implemented.
The House had provided for
80 per cent credits on ad
valorem taxes, and only 20 per
cent for reclamation but gave in
to the Senate. The vote sending
it to the governor was 93-15.
The final approval came
quietly and with virtually no
debate. Gov. Reubin Askew will
sign the measure into law since it

Tack-less: A general membership
meeting of the Gator Sail Club
will be held tonight at 7:30 in
the Union. All students and
faculty are welcome to attend.
Notes from the Underground:
UF Speleological Society will
meet tonight at 7 in the Union.
The final election of officers will
take place at this time.
Return to Cinder: Dr. Thomas
Hanna will lecture Thursday at 8
p jn. in the Hillel Foundation on
Fire and Brimstone.
Mirifulitien: Peter Millones,
Assistant Managing Editor of the
New York Times, will speak at
the Annual Student Publications
Awards Banquet Friday night.
Tickets are available from Randy
Coleman in the Business Office

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was part of his tax reform
program.
The tax is expected to raise
about $3 million a year the first
year when the rate is three per
cent, moving to four per cent
the following year and five per
cent thereafter.
In nearly an hour of
emotional debate, the Senate
voted 28-15 for an amendment
by Sen. Robert Graham,
D-Miami, which extends the
state insurance commissioners
authority to approve rates past
its current Nov. 1 cutoff date.
A special legislative session
repealed the three-year-old
California plan of open
competition rate-making last
January which permitted
companies to increase rates
without state approval. But the
special session provided that the
old system be revived Nov. 1
unless changed by further
legislation.
After adopting Grahams

of Student Publications.
They Know: UF Vets for Peace
will hold a meeting Thursday
night at 10 in the Fla vet Village
Recreation Hall. The statewide
Veterans Conference in July
will be among the topics
discussed.
Faculty members: There will be
a meeting of the UF chapter of
the American Association of
University Professors (AAUP)
tonight at 8 in room 109 Little.
Administration evaluations,
censure, womens status and
collective bargaining will be
covered at the meeting.
No horses shot here: Student
marathons will be held by The
Center of Man Saturday and
Sunday from 9 p.m.-9 am. The
marathons will be headed by Dr.
Alan Dahms. For more
information call 378-2489.

amendment, the Senatevoted
42-0 to stick to its own instant
pay no fault insurance proposal
as different as night and day
from the House bill. The House
is expected to also reject the
Senate version, and turn the
hostilities over to a joint
committee for a compromise.

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The House, meanwhile,
smashed the Senate-passed bill
banning tandem trailers on the
Florida turnpike. The House
refused to go along with the ban,
which the Senate had put on
(another bill setting up a
state-wide uniform traffic safety
code.

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Page 14

The Florida Alligator, VWadnday. May 26,1071

Sasek turns writer into a pin cushion

By MIKE CAHLIN
AMigstor Staff Writer
I darted behind a five-foot
punching bag in Florida Gym,
swung across the floor, sword in
hand, hoping to catch my
opponent off guard.
My opponent, Joe Sasek, UF
fencing champion and hopeful
1972 Olympic contender, moved
aside and stabbed me again.
Things were not looking good. I
had been stabbed 42 times in
less than four minutes.
Desperately 1 searched for a
chandelier to swing on or a table
to leap on but no luck. 1 was
stabbed again, this time in the
chest right otfer the heart. Things
began to look hopeless.
It was hard to believe Sasek
was only a 25-year-old graduate
student working on his
doctorate.

Troup remains serious
Sophomore Jon Troup remained in serious condition Tuesday in
Halifax County Hospital in Daytona Beach after suffering injuries to
his right thigh, face and head in an automobile accident Sunday
morning.
A hospital spokesman said Troups condition is near a level of
consciousness."
Troup has a severe brain concussion, facial fractures and a fractured
femur in his right leg.
Well know in a few days as to where we stand, the physician
said. You can talk to him somewhat, but he falls back to sleep as he
becomes tired.
The 6-foot-l tackle was hit broadside by another driver who was
allegedly in the wrong lane.
1 think we may be dealing with swelling of the brain, the
physician stated.
Troup has been in serious condition since the accident.

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Why, minus his strainer-like
face mask and protective jacket,
you might call his 6-foot-3 frame
skinny. Yet Sasek looked big as
he made me feel like a pin
cushion.
Originally from Ft.
Lauderdale, Sasek started
fencing 10-years ago when he
had to learn to handle a sword
for a role in a Shakesperian play.
He is left handed, which is a
definite advantage. Most right
handers have trouble because
they ate not used to being sliced
from the opposite direction.
Sasek, taking pity on a poor
amateur, stopped fencing and
began to tell me where he was
going to stab. It didnt help.
Frantically trying to keep my
balance and out of execution
range, I did a masterful nose dive
on my face and tried to role out
of his range.

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As I turned over, his sword
was touching my throat. I now
called time, and as 1 got up Sasek
lowered his sword and I lunged!
From the floor once again, I
yelled time while Sasek sliced
both my arms and legs.
Sasek was the 1968 alternate
for the Olympics and hopes to
be a contender in 1972. The
problem is he needs money. He
has written letters and pleaded
with Athletic Director Ray
Graves for S9OO travel money to
fence in tournaments across the
country. This would give him
enough points to make the
six-man Olympic team.
I asked Graves for the
money but he doesnt think the
fencing program is worth it,
Sasek said.
He has also been turned down
by UF President Stephen C.
OConnell and the schools
intramural department.
Sasek is one of the few
fencers ranked in all three
fencing events. He is the
Southeast champion in the epee,
a lightweight sword with a
bell-shaped handguard, second in
the foil, which is smaller than
the epee, and fifth in the sabre,
seen in all the Errol Flynn
movies.
Looking for any kind of
victory, I leaped behind my
photographer, Wayne Marshall,
and fearlessly approached Sasek.
I threw Marshall into Saaeks
Made and quickly stabbed Sasek
twice in the bade while he
wasn't looking.
Sasek lives on $250 a month
assistantship. He teaches fencing
every Tuesday and Thursday
night for the Florida fencers,
which he is a member of. He
used to work but quit to have
more time to fence.
Sasek slowly turned towards
me with a sadistic gleam in his
eye. I had a choice between
changing the subjet or looking
like a piece of swiss cheese. I
decided to stand up and face
him like a man. I changed the
subject.
I asked him about the old
Douglas Fairbanks-Enrol Flynn
movies. The gleam returned to
his eyes. He picked up two
nearby sabres, handed me one
and showed me the five moves
repeated by the duelling duo of
the late late show.
This only took me a couple of
minutes to master and then we
began fencing again, complete

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with comey dialogue, weird
gyrations and huge slashing
swipes. It was fun until Sasek
pulled two quick moves and I
lost again. I had had enough and
threw in my face mask.

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each other up, and said, Lets
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Women s Presidents trophies decided

Official tabulations are not
posted yet, but unofficially it is
Alpha Chi Omega in the Blue
League and Kappa Alpha Theta
in the Orange League that will
receive the Presidents Trophies
at the awards banquet next
week. Alpha Chi won its third
sport in succession last week by
taking the tennis tournament by
a slim 10 points and then placed
second in the swim meet
Monday evening to bring its
point total to 828 for the year,
out of reach of the other teams.
Kappa Alpha Theta also won
the tennis tournament for
Orange League last week by a 10
point margin over the strong KD
foursome. In swimming, the
Thetas were 20 points ahead of
the next closest contenders.
Their point total of BSB for the
year captures the trophy easily.
Although the first place teams
were out of reach of the others,
there was stiO a lot of

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Sigma Nu slammed Phi Delt, 20-6, to capture the fourth bracket in
Orange League softball and the overall League Presidents Cup. r*
It was Sigma Nus second Cup in four years and their 14th in 22
years. The Nus have retired four separate trophies and now have two
legs on the fifth.
Kim Schwenke led the Nu attack with a homer, a double and three
singles. Tim Culbertson hit a homer, two doubles and a single. The
score was tied 3-3 after two innings but the Nus broke open the game
with 10 runs m the next two innings.
This year Fiji took swimming and Simga Chi captured Volleyball.
From that point until softball, the Sigma Chis led the rest of the
leagueall of the way.
Repoits are out that the Nus have already sent two dozen bagels to
the Pi Lams who enabled the Nus to win the Cup by upsetting Phi
Delt.
The continuing adventure of Sigma Chi and the Orange League
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and the climax is approaching.
Unfortunately for the Sigs, the story took a sharp turn for the
worst last week as the SPEs eliminated them, 104. That leaves the
Sigs with a 1-2 record and 70 points in softball.
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supposed to eliminate Sigma Nu in bracket IV. The Phi Delts lost to
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Nu.
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game and the Sigma Chis will have no part in it. The Sigma Nus must
beat the Phi Delts to win the Cup. If the Phi Delts win, the Sigma Chis
become the champions.
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the ADPi team by 10 points in
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the swim meet, 39 points head
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points ahead of ADPi.
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after softball and holding on to
it to wind up 49 points in front
of the Zetas and take second
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decide the winner for the year.
Weaver, in second place behind
Graham since the beginning of
the year, was motivated and
pulled ahead by ten points in
softball.
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just out of reach of Rawlings,
who has been close on its heels
all year long. Rawlings walked
away with softball undefeated
and has hopes of winning
swimming. They would have to
beat Mallory by 100 points in
swimming, however, to tie them
for the Presidents Trophy.

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. Tlm Fieri* AHifrtor, Wednmctoy, May 26, 1071

Devaney, 3 Cornhuskers to head up West

" LUBBOCK, Tex. (UPI)
Three players uho helped
Nebraska to an almost perfect
season in 1970 and an Orange
Bowl championship on the first
day of 1971 will be trying to
help their college coach gain one
more victory next month in the
11th annual Coaches
All-America football game.
Comhusker halfback Joe
Orduna, tackle Bob Newton and
linebacker Jerry Murtaugh were

Powerful U. S. squad
earns French Open seeds

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justifying their high seedings,
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of the $95,000 French Open
tennis championships.
On the opening day Monday,
four of the five Americans
seeded in the top 10 cruised
through to second round,
dropping only one set among
them. That came in the match in
which No. 2 seed Arthur Ashe of
Gum Spring, Va., defeated
Hungarian Geza Varga, 6-2,6-1,
5- 6-1, in erratic style.
Otherwise, fourth seeded Cliff
Richey of San Angelo, Tex.,
sixth seeded Stan Smith of
Pasadena, Calif., and Bob Lutz,
No. 9 seed from Los Angeles,
blasted their opponents without
loss of a set.
Richey smoothly knocked out
Massino di Domenico of Italy,
6- 64, 6-2. Smith had little
more difficulty in expelling
Nikola Kalogeropoulos of
Greece, 6-3,6-2,8-6, while Lutz
hammered J. Hrebec of
Czechoslovakia, 6-2,64,6-1.
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among the 12 players who said
Monday they will play in the
June 26 contest. They will play
for the West team coached by
their college mentor Rob
Devaney.
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fight end Bob Moore, UCLA
defensive tackle Tim Oesterting

No. 1 seed Jan Kodes of
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difficulty in his first round
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Poland. Zeljko Franulovic of
Yugoslavia, last year's losing
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seed, anticipated an even easier
passage into round two against a
still unnamed player who will be
chosen from among those still
competing in qualifying rounds.
France's George Goven, No.
IS seed, was expected to
advance also after completing his
match today against Australian
Stuart Ball. When bad light
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Coaches All-America football classic June 26

and Missouri defensive lineman
Rocky Wallace.
The East also signed some
talent Monday. Playing for LSU
coach Charlie McClendon, whose
Bengals lost to Nebraska Jan. 1
in the Orange Bowl, will be
Tulane linebacker Rick Kingrea,
Northwestern offensive tackle
John Rodman, Tulane defensive
tackle Mike Walker and Notre
Dame linebacker Tim Kelly.
Thirty-one spots are still open
for the game.
Among the players who were
college seniors last season and
who announced earlier they wffl
play for the West are defensive
end BUI Atessis of Texas,
defensive tackle Bobby Wennsch
of Texas, offensive end Chuck
Dicus of Arkansas, defensive
back Clarence Scott of Km
State, defensive tackle Cndg
Hanneman of Oregon State,
offensive end Ernie Jennings of
Air Force and kicking specialist
Bob Jacobs of Wyoming.
Already named to the East
team are quarterback Joe
Theismann of Notre Dame,
halfback Joe Profit of Northeast
Louisiana, quarterback Buddy
Lee of Louisiana State,
linebacker Murry Bowden of
Dartmouth, offensive end Otto
Stowe of lowa State, defensive
end Dave Hardt of Kentucky,
offensive end John Andrew of
Indiana, flanker Wes Chesson of
Duke, linebacker Ronnie

Horsnby of Southeastern
Louisiana and quarterback Rex
Kem of Ohio State.
The East evened the series at
five wins a piece when it took
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the first time the game was
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