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Vol. 63, No. 148

Police raid Dusserah for drugs

(See pictures page 2)
By DEBBI SMITH
Alligrtor Copy Editor
Extensive drug traffic led to a
police raid at the Dusserah rock
festival, southwest of Archer,
Sunday afternoon. The raid
resulted in 8 arrests, 2 of them
juveniles, according to Levy
County Sheriffs office.
At 4:30 pjn. an estimated 40
law enforcement officials, Levy
and Marion County deputies and
members of the Marine patrol,
moved in on the crowd to make
drug arrests.
Florida Highway Patrol, under
the direction of Sheriff Pat
Hartley, and Alachua County
deputies arrived soon after.
Doug Case, Dusserah photo
manager, estimated there were
20 Marine Patrol, 100 police
officers and 30 plain clothes
men.
* One policemans finger was
broken and cut when he washh
with a bottle thrown from die
crowd, according to WDVH
newsman, Mike Reynolds.
Spectators who resisted arrest

(See related story page 3)
By BRUCE KUEHN
Alflgrtor Staff Wrttar
A bill abolishing the Board of
Regents was passed by the
Florida Senate Friday by a
30*14 vote.
However, the passage of the
bill in the house seems doubtful
in the present session which ends
June 4 as House leaders have
said it was unlikely the bill could
be passed before the end of the
session.
House Education Chairman
Terrell Sessions said his
committee would give the bfll a
special and fair hearing if it is
referred to the committee by the
Sedate Sessions, who fei listed to
be House Speaker for the
1973*74 session, has expressed
his opposition to the abolition
of the regents.
Senate President Jerry
Thomas has criticized the
regents along with the Senate
University and / Community
Colleges Committee for allowing
radical speakers on campus,
open housing policies and, fading
to crack, down on ''Radical
Jack liebermans course at
Florida State University, How
to Make a Revolution in the
U.S.
It was Sen. Robert Haverfield,
chairman of the University and
Community Colleges
Committee, who first acted on

Bill to abolish Regents passes Senate

The
Florida Alligator

were clubbed by the police and
one cannister of tear gas was
thrown into the crowd,
according to Case. The
confrontation lasted for one half
hour.
Mark Hauser, Dusserah
photographer, said, The cops
wanted to bust up the dope, not
file festival.
Sheriff Hartley has really
made his play for the press. 1
cant understand why he waited
for our festival before he made
his move. If he was so worried
about all the drugs and
everything he could have done
this thing earlier Dusserah
promoter BUI Cote said.
Some of the police were in
riot gear and several Levy
deputy sheriffs were mounted
on horses, according to Ken
McKinnon, Alligator managing
editor.
The festival was closed at 8
pjn. and the Levy County
Sheriffs office reported it was
quiet and orderly.
Friday, Dusserah promoters
were told by Janies Quincey, a
Gainesville attorney, they could

Thomas' proposal to abolish the
regents by introducing a bill
handling over all of the regent's
functions to the State Board of
Education, which consists of the
governor and the cabinet.
Haverfidd's committee passed
the bfll and put it on the Senate
Calendar. However, Seasums told
Thomas and Haverfield that in
my opinion the bfll will not pass
in the House, but the House will

Nine Gainesville youths
arrested in drug raid

By DARRELL HARTMAN
Alligator Staff Writar
Nine Gainesville youths were
arrested early Friday morning
during a narcotics raid that
..resulted from several months
investigation.
.rv Qfficei* said.fqur pounds of
4vOOO stpjqlant pills;
200 LSD tablets and 25 growing
marijuana plants were
confiscated in the raid that
swept through several Gainesville
homes, apartments and Simpson
Hall on the UF campus.
A total of 24 charges have
been placed against the nine

University of Florida, Gainesville

Eight people arrested

not use file Stanford Lake site in
Williston, where preparations for
the festival had already begun.
The festival site was changed
to Norman Greers farm in Levy

DOUG CASE
ones arrest young min si i/usoron
... police action taken to counter alleged drug use

be interested in any constructive
legislation we to
nuke the restructuring of public
education our main objective for
the 1972 session.''
In an apparent response to
this, Haverfield's committee
decided to revamp the bill. The
bill was taken off the Senate
calendar and referred to the
Rules Committee. Haverfield
introduced an amendment that

arrested with total bonds
amounting to over $22,000.
All but two of those arrested
were either students at the UF
or Santa Fe Junior College, the
sheriffs department reported.
One UF student, Richard
McCall, 28, 212 Simpson Hall,
was arrested at 7:30 ajn. while
he was in,bed.
.* Ifii rddramate, Mark. Williams,
said he woke up to a knocking
on the door that got louder and
louder until it became a
pounding. Then two policemen
kicked open the door, even
though it was unlocked, Williams
said.
It was just like in the

County, used for the Gainesville
Music Festival last week. The
sudden change caused
innumerable difficulties in the
festivals organization and

was eventually passed by the
committee and the Senate.
The passed bill calls for the
following changes in the present
regents set-up:
Abolishes the Board of
Regents and creates a seven
member Board of Trustees to
deal strictly with policy matters
and only in an advisory capacity
to the chancellor.
Gives the Chancellor's

movies, he said. They kicked
open the door and asked which
of us was Richard McCall.''
Williams said the police didn't
search the room but confiscated
a pipe. He said the police read
jbe warrant, told McCall his
rights, handcuffed him and took
him away. McCall was released
on; >sl,ooo bond that* afternoon.
/ One source told The Alligator*
of two persons suspected of
doing the undercover work for
police are under surveillance by
a group of concerned citizens.
Those arrested are:
Patricia Ann Sullivan, 18,999
S.W. 16th Ave. Apt. 52, Santa
(See 'Raid*page 3)

Monday, May 31,1971

attempts to block drug traffic,
according to Case.
Approximately 15,000 people
attended the festival Saturday
night and 4,000 Sunday.

office all administrative powers
in the university system.
The trustees will serve
staggered four year terms with
both the trustees and the
chancellor appointed by the
governor with approval of the
cabinet and the senate.
Permits the chancellor to
appoint and remove university
presidents subject to cabinet
approval.
The present Board of Regents
possesses, both administrative
and policy setting powers and its
nine raenbers are appointed to
staggered nine year terms.
Chancellor Robert Mautz said
about the bill, I endorse the
present concept of the Board of
Regents as it is now. Though the
new bill gives the chancellor
greater power, it also exposes
the chancellor's position to
greater buffeting from all sides."
There is also opposition
among cabinet members and the
governor to the abolishment of
the regents. Superintendent of
Education Floyd Christian has
called any action to abolish the
regents "educationally unsound
and unwise. Gov. Reubin
Askew, who has said he is
definitely opposed to
abolishing the Board of
Regents," has questioned the
possibility of nine year terms for
the regents being too long.



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HEW UF review said
***
unrelated to crisis

By MARIANNE MACINA
Alligator Staff Writer
A review of UF is in progress
at the present time according to
Dr. Hugh Brimm,deputy director
for the civil rights office of
Health, Education and Welfare
(HEW).
The review was initiated
prior to Roy Mitchells request,
Brimm said late Friday
afternoon. It was underway
when what has been referred to
by the news media as the April
15 crisis occured.
In regards to the complaint
and request for an investigation
filed with the HEW by Mitchell,
UF coordinator for minority
affairs and disadvantaged
students, Brimm said po relation
between the present review and
die request existed.
Brimm stated he told Mitchell
Thursday, an investigation was
being conducted and his
(Mitchells) complaint would be
considered in the review.
According to Brimm, the
review which proceeded
Mitchells request is strictly
routine. Im not a liberty for
any discussion of the case while
it is in process, Brimm said.
The UF review will last as
long as the HEW feels it is
necessary, Brimm stated.
Brimm also said he had no idea
how long it would take before a
report is released by the HEW.
At a press conference held
Friday morning by the Black
Student Union, Mitchell said
Ive asked and Ive received
confirmation from Dr. Hugh
Brimm to reinvestigate UFs
posture relevant to executive
order 11,246, in light of this and
other responses from federal and

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Mitchell said he is requesting
all students recruited by the
office of minority affairs and
disadvantaged students to hold
in abeyance their decision to
come or not to come to UF.
Before the National
Committee on the UF Crisis
(NCUFC) last week, Mitchell
criticized.UF saying UF, at best
in its posture, with regards to
minority affairs staff, budget
and students leaves much to
be desired.
Michell charged UF was
operating in the 19th century,
and he had been tolerated and

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ignored in niy tenure as
coordinator for minority affairs
and disadvantaged students.
According to a statement
released May 22, UF President
Stephen C. OConnell said, All
should know that officials of
HEW, the Board of Regents and
the Board of Education have
been kept advised of the events
of our campus, the issues
involved and action taken by the
university.
OConnell also said he would
welcome a visit by any of the
officials from the agencies listed
above.



Sen. spunders opposes
bill to abolish Regents

By RON SACHS
Alligator Staff Writer
Gainesvilles Sen. Robert
Saunders (D) t lashed out against
passage of a bill to abolish the
Board of Regents Friday,
claiming that such passage would
be playing into the hands of
student radicals like Jack
Lieberman (FSU) and Steve
Uhlfelder.
Saunders comment came
during the Senates debate on
the controversial bill which
eventually gained 30-14
approval. Saunders voted against
the bill, which now is expected
to face still opposition in the
House of Representatives.
Uhlfelder, in a weekend
interview from his home, said he
was greatly disturbed by
Saunders' use of his name in
connection with the bill.
He claimed on the Senate
floor that I was in favor of
abolishing the Board of
Regents, Uhlfelder said.
Theres not a word of truth in
that... 1 talked to Sen.
Saunders and he told me he got
his information out of some
newspaper.
Uhlfelder said Saunders might
have been referring to an
erroneous quotation in the
Orlando Sentinel which said he
was in favor of doing away with
the Regents.
To the contrary, 1 have
written letters to legislators and
Senate President Jerry Thomas
expressing nay concern that the
bB be defeated and the great
need we have for the regents,
Uhlfelder said.
Saunders used a label with
my name to promote his own
opinion, Uhlfelder said. When
I asked him why he thought 1
was a radical he said You
supported the black demands,
didnt you?
Saunders, in a telephone
interview Saturday, said that the
statement he made before the
Senate was based upon press
accounts I had read while in

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(Uhlfelder) favored abolishing
the regents and that he had led
students to take over Tigert Hall
during the black disturbances
last month.
During the black crisis on
campus, Saunders said he was
home briefly in Gainesville, but
not long enough to become well
versed about the events.
Saunders said that he spoke to
Uhlfelder Saturday morning and
planned to retract the
statement and make an apology
Raid...
Fe Junior College student
charged with two counts of
delivery of amphetamines, two
counts of sale of narcotic drugs
and unlawful delivery of LSD,
total bond set at $5,000;
Putnam Cardwell Reynolds, 19,
999 S.W. 16th Ave. Apt 72,
Santa Fe student, two counts of
unlawful sale of narcotic drugs,
$2,000.
Also, Michael Stem, 21,1390
S.E. 24th Place, Santa Fe
student, three counts of
unlawful sale of narcotic drugs
and one count of possession,
$4,000 bond; Kevin Barry
Harvey, 25 1001 S.W. 16th Ave.,
UF student, two counts of
delivery of amphetamines and
Carr re-elected
to YAF post
Young Americans for
Freedom (YAF) held their
elections May 28, re-electing
current chairman Mike Can.
Can was challenged by current
Vice Chairman Tim Baer, who
felt YAF had grown to a size
where they needed someone
with more administrative ability.

on the Senate floor, Monday.
When 1 made the statement 1
was referring to how a 24-carat
nobody like FStTs Jack
Lieberman can be made into a
hero by his peers, Saunders
said. I put Mr. Uhlfelder into
the same classification of being
radical, but not for the same
reasons.
I guess this should really be a
lesson to me and everyone else,
Saunders said. Don't take
everything you read for being
true.
one count of possession, $1,500
bond.
Also, William Edward
Henneberry, 17,1245 S.W. 22nd
Ave., two counts of sale of
narcotic drug?, $2,000 bond;
Darrell Denman Edgar, *l9, 999
S.W. 16th Ave. Apt 72, Santa Fe
student, one count of delivery of
amphetamines and LSD and one
count sale marijuana, $3,000
bond; Ann Cater Wilson, 17,
rural address on N.W. 39th Ave.,
two counts of delivery of
amphetamines, $2,000 bond.
Also, Kurt Westfall, 23, 21
N.W. 21st St., two counts of

unlawful sale of narcotic drugs,
$2,000 bond; and McCall, one
count delivery of LSD, SI,OOO
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Page 4

Anti-Viet war support
sought by VVAW

By TOM CORNELISON
Alligator Staff Writer
(EDITORS NOTE: This is
the first of a two-part series on
the WAW)
If I was a prisoner of war, I
would rather be captured by the
Viet Cong than the United
States Marine Corp, the
ex-sergeant told an assembly of
about 60 persons in Orlandos
Eola Park on Saturday They
need prisoners for bargaining'
purposes and we don't. After
beating our prisoners, and
torturing them and having a
good time, we'd kill them.
The speaker was Scott Camil,
3AS regional coordinator for the
Nationwide Vietnam Veterans
Against the War (WAW) and
one of the 2S WAW members
at UF. Camil was formerly a
member of the Ist Marine
Division. In Vietnam he earned
two Purple Hearts, the Vietnam
Cross of Gallantry, the Silver
Star and a good conduct medal.
The focme Leatherneck was at
Eola Park to generate public
support against the war in
Vietnam and to recruit new
members for the WAW. Sixteen
of those attending the rap
session were Vietnam vets who
formed an Orlando WAW
chapter on the spot.
Any dead Vietnamese is
counted as VC. This makes it
look like more Communists were
kitted so Americans back home
will think were winning the
war, Camil said.
There were times when
Marines ambushed South
Vietnamese units just because
they were gooks if they could
make it look like a mistake.
The ex-Marine revealed
intracades of the open arms for
defectors or Chu Hoi program

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press coverage.
There were cases when we
had Viet Cong units beaten but
they refused to surrender. One
of us would yell Chu Hoi and
the communists would hold up
their hands gripping leaflets and
come out in the open. Then we
cut them down.
A fellow speaker, former
Army Sergeant Gordon Hall told
of changes in semantics
employed by the armed forces
to hide actions, that were
unpopular.
Harrasment and interdiction
fire, the former 101st Airborne
Screaming Eagle said, has
been changed to 'suspected VC
positions while search and
destroy missions are now
labeled search and hold. The
names are different but the
actions are the same
When 1 was in Vietnam we
were told our buddies were
being killed by gooks with
American blood in their veins,
Camil said referring to blood
donated to Communists by
Berkley Students. I couldnt
wait to get ray first long-hair.
When I read the Geneva
Accords of 1956 and found out
the United States had prevented
free elections in Vietnam
because 80 per cent of the
people would have voted for Ho
Chi Minh, all the protesting
became justified. If people want
a particular form of government
they should be allowed to have
it.
Both Hall and Camil
expressed anger at being told
they were ignoring Communist
atrocities in Vietnam.
Neither side is following the
Geneva Convention, Camil
stated. We can't do anything
about the VC atrocities because
we're American citizens. Their

actions do not justify ours.
After the meeting, when
Camil was no longer in mixed
company, he told a story a new
lieutenant who issued an order
against killing unarmed
Vietnamese .The platoop sergeant
then murdered a Vietnamese
farmer, chopped the corpses
head off and castrated him. He
then stuffed the testicles into
the mouth of the severed head
and put the remains in a laundry
bag. The sergeant then entered
the lieutenants tent and
dumped his trophy out in front
of the young officer.
After that, said, the
lieutenant wised up real quick.
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Group meets regent

By CAROL BRADY
Alligator Staff Writer
Three members of UFs
Interhall Council met Friday
with Dr. Louis Murray, a Board
of Regents member who voted
against open house.
The group, made up of Rick
Pocepowich, Interhall president;
Bob Goodstein, president of
Murphree Area; and Roxanne

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To be or rugby: (that is not the question!) UF rugby Club will meet
Tuesday at John Youngs home 2602 NE 10 Terr., to discuss election
of officers and plans for next years Thanksgiving tour, Anyone
interested in playing rugby next year is invited to attend.
Tour de Florida?!: A group of UF students is biking it down to Miami
via the coast after finals. Anyone interested in joining the four-day
odessey should call Roy at 392-8290 or John at 392-8289.
Way-off Broadway: Music for Now, a jazz rock spectacular, will be
presented Tuesday at 6:45 p.m. on the north terrace of the Union. The
program, featuring the combined glee clubs and Gator variety bands,
consists of selections from productions such as Jesus Christ
Superstar, Eternity Road, Its My Day and others.
K4-Z56: (dont ask, just read!) The UF amateur radio club will hold
its last meeting of the quarter at 8 tonight in room 525 Weil Hall.
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will be held following the regula^heeting.

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Crocco, Broward Area president,
talked with the Orlando
physician in hopes of persuading
him to support open house at
the next Regents meeting,
Sunday in Miami.
Rather than finding out why
he voted against open house, we
tried to present the positive side
of having open house,
Pocepowich said.
He (Murray) was very
receptive, Pocipowigh said,

The meeting lasted over an
hour.
According to Pocepowich. the
group presented Murray with
bacic UF housing proposals and
the results of the recent parent
survey taken by Interhall.
He (Murray) admitted he did
not know that much about open
house, Pocepowich said. He
has his practice in Orlando and
said he doesnt have that much
time to devote to the Board of
Regents
He (Murray) said he was not
totally against it (open house)
but in favor of some kind of a
plan that made provisions for
things like enforcement
privacy, etc., Pocipowich said.
He (Murray) was impressed
with the results of the parents
survey, Pocepowich added.
According to Pocepowich,
Murray told the group he plans
to present a bill to the Board of
Regents suggesting the board
hold two day meetings.
Pocepowich explained as it is
now the Board meets in a
university city, such as
Pensacola, for one day. The day,
however, is taken up with
luncheons and rushing around.
The extra day would give
Regents members the time and
opportunity to talk with the
faculty, students, etc. of the
university, Pocepowigh said.
The problem is the Board of
Regents makes up the rules (for
the University system) but there
is no communication.

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Dancers to present show

By ELLI MOSS
Alligator Staff Writer
The Modern Dance
Production Group will present a
variety of dances in their annual
spring show which will be held
June 4 and 5 at Constans
Theater.
There are 21 people in the
modem dance group including
four men. They have a class
byice a week when they work
on improving their dance
technique and also have
rehearsals for the show on
weekends and evenings.
Shaiyn HeOand, assistant
professor of Physical Education
b the dilator of the Modem
Dance Show, which will consist
of six dances.
The first dance will be
Rennaissance Suite,'* a dance in
four sections done to modem
music. Marianne Gowen, an art
student choreographed this
dance.
The second dance, Steric, is
an abstract dance about things
being attracted and repelled to
each other. It was
choreographed by Vicki
Hessenauer, a dance
concentration student.
My Old Face,** die third
dance, was choreographed by
Miss Heland who describes it as
an avant-garde piece with
unusual lighting and audience
interaction.
The fourth dance,
Evrelution, is choreographed
by Renee Newman, a elementary
education major. It is about the
way things change and the
influences they have on each
other.
Uranus,** the fifth dance, is a
futuristic space trip and is
choreographed by Carolyn
Watkins, a graduate student in
Phys. Ed.
Miss Hefland choreographed
die sixth dance called The
Gift** and is a trio. She described
the baric idea of The Gift** as
the way an object may change
depending on whose hands it
feds into.
Besides working on the spring
show, die modem dance group
has been presenting other shows
and demonstrations.
On May 16 the group
appeared at the Santa Fe Junior
College Arts Festival.
h April they appeared in the
Center for United Ministries
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Think it over...
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President Nixon has said we are looking for a political
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leaders In the northern pact of VN will return
prisoners and negotiate a political solution to their
problems only when we set a date for the withdrawal
of our military forces; BUT political leaders In the
southern part of VN will not seriously negotiate a
political solution until they ere forced to rely on their
own political realities rather than on U.S. military
assistance. As far as the PEOPLE art concerned:
most Vietnamese (from both sections of that
country) want the U.S. forces out of their country
NOW.
most Americans (estimated now at 70%) want the
U.S. forces out of tha t country now.
Then take a stand...
I Let us begin (here at the U of Florida) to show our
electad leaders in the Senate where we stand.
Place your name in a public notice (paid ad) which
will appear in The Alligator next week and then be
delivered to our Senators in June.
Don*t just sit here! Take a definite standi
Committee for a December Deadline.
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state to take a similiar public stand.)

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Vietnam (by cutting off funds after that date). If the
Senate takes this stand in June; this would:
tell the Vietnamese in the southern part of VN
where we stand so that they can consider this during
their upcoming (October) elections;
call the Vietnamese In the northern part of VN to
begin exchanging prisoners and negotiating a political
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Editorial

Saunders:
out-of-touch

Gainesvilles representative to the Florida Senate
Robert Saunders has massed a very impressive record for
his constituents to view.
His latest contribution to the democratic process came
Friday in a Senate debate over the controversial bill to
abolish the Board of Regents. Saunders voted against the
bill and urged its defeat claiming its passage would be
playing into the hands of student radicals like Jack
Lieberman (FSU) and Steve Uhlfelder.
We did not favor the bill Saunders voted against, yet we
must take issue with his reasoning, and the growing
disregard he is displaying for the university system.
Reading inaccurate newspaper accounts that said
Uhlfelder and Lieberman were in favor of abolishing the
regents, Saunders decided that the radicals had some
subversive motive. His other reason for labeling UFs former
student body president a radical again came from news
columns he had read in Tallahassee.
One such account listed Uhlfelder as the sole person who
led UF students to take over Tigert Hall during the black
crisis of last month.
That is not the truth.
Uhlfelder, in actuality, urged students to act responsibly
and leave the administration building so negotiations could
be arranged.
The most distressing aspect of this incident is that Sen.
Saunders appears to be virtually otu-of-touch with his
district.
During our black crisis, when so much of what happened
on the campus was distorted to the states populace, what
we needed was help from our legislators and an
understanding by them of what was really going on.
We at least expected that from our own state senator,
Robert Saunders.
By his own admittance, however, he was home only
briefly during the crisis, but not long enough to become
well versed about the events.
Apparently, Saunders did not take the time to find out
what did happen here and why the UF is now faced with a
greater minority recruitment problem than ever before.
Saunders told Uhlfelder Saturday he will retract his
statement on the senate floor today and make an apology
for his use of inaccurate news accounts.
But that just wont be enough. It cant be.
Our man Saunders has supported issues in past months
that seem to totally ignore the feelings and interests of a
major part of his constituency, the university community.
Last week Saunders said he favored the lowered penalty
marijuana law because it would result in more convictions.
That same man is fighting hard to have the UF pay water
bills to the city, thus approving the breaking of a
decades-old agreement.
That same man has sponsored a bill that would tell
students which quarters they must go to school, yet no
provision is in the bill for financing the extra load of
students who would fill the universities under the plan.
And that same man has tried to have a bill passed that
does away with the present university policy of allowing a
small percentage of students to enroll who have not met
minimum requirements. That type of bill would insure the
demise of important programs for disadvantaged students/
such asCLEO and the Critical Freshman Year Program.
Thats some history of achievement. Sen. Saunders.
We dont see even an attempt in any of these measures to
sincerely and rationally handle
Saunders taking the; univeristy into consideration a$ V
legitimate part of his district.
But we are a viable constituency.
We hope the voting power of the university community
will flex its muscles during Sen. Saunders reelection bid,
whenever it comes.
Its the best way to rid the democratic system of one of
its flaws.
. /

The
Florida
Alligator
Phyllis Gallub
Editor-In-Chief
Ken McKinnon
Managing Editor
Gary Grunder
News Editor

Understanding the gap

By JOHN O'ROURKE
I was involved in an incident
on Wednesday night which
helped me to understand the
feelings of our black brothers in
their current efforts to make
people understand whats
bothering them. 1 would like to
offer it as an illustration of what
the understanding gap is
about.
The incident involved my
being ticketed by one of our
university police for a
motor scooter without a
helmet." If 1 had been
deliberatley doing such a
dastardly deed, I would have
accepted the ticket and the
penalty *a moving violation as
well as a sls fine?)
What bothers me is that the
officer was unwilling and/or
unable to think any further than
Sectiion 27, paragraph A of the
university traffic regualtions."
As it happened, the officer
and I mutually recognized each
other as I was driving my motor
scooter out to the parking lot
behind the Reitz Union. 1 simply
pulled over and waited as he
turned around I figured hed
understand my problem. As he
approached me, I told him the
actual situation: 1 had come out
of the Union and found that my
helmet had been stolen from my
scooter. Although I knew the
law about helmets, I decided
that it would be all right under
the circumstances to simply
drive it accross campus by a
less-traveled route to my
one-block-from-campus
apartment.
As calmly and as coolly as Mr.
OConnell must have spoken to
the black students in his office,
this officer simply informed me.
about the law and said that he
would just have to give me a
ticket if I rode my scooter any
further. v. > *- ...
I was more than a little
amazed that he showed no
concern for my problem, no
concern about the theft and
offered no suggestions or help in
getting my scooter to my
apartment. Faced by an implied

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threat of the SIS moving
violation ticket 4 pushed off in
mild disgust for about a block,
when the reality of the whole
situation began to dawn on me. 1
dropped my scooter and went
back to this man to talk to him
ABOUT HIS LACK OF HUMAN
CONCERN (and the mere
insistence on law-and-order).
The officers reaction was
simply to get out, ask me for my
drivers license and proceed to
write up the ticket, while
(calmly and dignified, of course)
warning me that anything I said
could be used against me
At that moment 1 felt the rage
that must have swelled up in the
black students in general and in
David Horne in particular that
Thursday. Law and order!! I
expect/demand some human
concern!! (Fortunately I only
thought that last sentence. If I
had said it out loud, especially if
I had happened to to be black,
you would probably be reading
this as A Letter from The
Gainesville Jail.*)
Well, things have cooled down
for me. I expect to get fair and
intelligent consideration from
the judge in the Municipal
Traffic Court (if not you may be
getting a letter from jail after all).
*v-/>; *y* >**.y-ViV, *;
But Fun wondering what4>
wrong with authorities whp.iike
t|us.y officer >and < President
OConnell, dont seem to be* able
to hear what were saying? Its
not the law and order thats at
issue, but rather the lack of
human concern for a human
person/group in a particular
situation with a particular
human need.

Cant these officials see why
sincere people get enraged? If i
had encountered someone who
had wronged me (as 1
understand Mr. Home did) or if
1 had met another policeman that
night, I could have easily
offed anyone!
The calm, proper, dignified,
law-and-order approach was an
inhuman (unthinking) act which
temporarily made irrational
animals out of both sides! Some
of my best friends are policemen
but for a short while after this
incident they would have been
inhuman, honky, bds! to
me.
Well, Ive calmed down now (so
theres no need to search my
apartment for fire bombs, etc.),
but Im grateful for that
moment when 1 was able to
understand what happened to
my black friends that Thursday.
My incident was very minor
compared to the more basic
issues which they had on their
mind; my grievance has just
begun to move through the vast
administrative bureaus (from the
chief of police, etc.) while the
black students had already
experienced a long silence from
the system. But for a moment,
I knew how they felt 1 was a
soul brother.
It is my sincere hope that Mr.
OConnell, the police and other
administrators are listening
Were upset, not about law ajy)'.-
order, but about a failure to see
that justice and order in any
community DEMANDS a
rational approach to the general
laws and humanly-concerned
application to human beings in a
given situation.
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Were crying oiif: A* calm,
dignified enforcemddt of jusf the \
** nos i>ecesarify Justice
and its a far cry from what we
expect from a human
administration of law nd
order.
Thanks for listening ( and will
the s.o.b. who took my helmet,
please return it to me!).



Perlmutter
EDITOR:
This is a letter to Executive
Sports Editor Marty Perlmutter.
It took me roughly five
minutes to finally decide that
you are a sports writer who
obviously believes in all of the
following:
slanting the news to suit
own personal beliefs and
opinions
writing about a sport
(baseball) in which you have
very little insight
the people and students
who read your column are
gullible
shooting the bull.
Baseball continues its
descent down the ladder in fan
appeal. Gee Marty, this
statement violated rule number
one never write on a subject
without first doing research and
finding out all the facts. In a
recent Gallup Poll on the most
popular sports in the United
States, baseball 'was a close
second to football and was
ascending (not descending) the
ladder in fan appeal. (In case
you are interested basketball was
a distant third.)
More and more fans are
realizing that it is a dull sport.
Gee Marty, this statement
violated rule number one again.
Major league attendance may
be going up, but this is
attributed to all the different
new items each club is doing to
sell that club. Gee Marty, this
violates rule number one again
Redundant arent you! The
people did not pick baseball as a
close runner-up to football
because of exploding
scoreboards, astrodomes, etc.
Title of article (editorial)
Baseball: A dying Sport, in
the final paragraph you wrote
baseball will never die, this
violates rule number two twonever
never twonever confuse your readers with
contradictions. They may not
know what you are talking
about.
Fred Erdman, 7PE
Saunders

EDITOR:
Senate Bill 1032, introduced
April 29 by local Sen. Bob
Saunders, is a curious animal.
Not only is the timing of the bill
odd, having emerged before the
dust had settled from the Tigert
Hall aretts and subsequent
walk-out by UF black students;
but the contents are, too.
The bill would set a 5 per cent
limit on the number of students
enrolled in compensatory and
remedial programs at the
University College level in any
academic year at any state
university. .
The regents have ft suhifar 5
per cent rule presently, but it
applies to projected freshman
class, in the fall term,
presumbabty. Therefore, those
admitted to the Critical Year
Freshman Program, which begins
during the summer, have never
been counted against the 2,900

freshman ceiling for the fall
term.
Saunders bill apparently
would require the university to
count participants in the
compensatory summertime
programs against the 2,900
admitted each fall. For the
Critical Year Program, that
means a limit of 145 students (5
per cent of 2,900 freshmen!).
We sought confirmation.
Saunders claimed ignorance as to
what effects his bill would have
at UF, and said that the Board
of Regents had written the
portion pertaining to the 5 per
cent rule for him. However,
President OConnell was aware
of the bill, he said, but he didnt
know what the presidents
position was.
What does it all mean, boys
and girls?
Well, we knew Chancellor
Robert Mautz and Regent
Chairman D. Burke Kibler were
against compensatory programs
at the university level, and
OConnells position on the
black request for 500 of their
race to be admitted annually
indicated he, too, opposed
changing the homogenous and
stifling, white, upper-middle
class composition of the student
body. Putting aside the rather
interesting question of who
initiated the bill, we imagine
that Mautz, Kibler, O'Connell
and Saunders are pretty much of
the same stripe with regards to
the bills purpose.
Its no wonder O'Connell has
been silent. With a law like that
on the books, he can feign lack
of authority, shuffle and pass
the buck up the chain of
command. In reality, he can't
escape responsibility that easily.
Even with the option of
expanding the Critical Year
Program removed, the authority
remains in his hands to simply
adjust admission criteria, withing
regent guidelines, so as to allot
500 spaces or the 2,900 total for
qualified blacks.
We doubt that he ever will,
and this university will continue
to turn out those incomplete
products of a sterile educational
experience, just as incapable of
dealing with the states problems
and its people, especially the 20
per cent black as the present lot
of administrators and regents,
(with few exceptions).
UF Veterans for Peace
Midterm
EDITOR:
A one hour mid term, HAH!
Tonight was the night of an
accounting 305 Mid-term (?). If
you can call it that. Dan Smith,
the newest instructor in the
Accounting department of our
fair school decided hed give a
mid-term and everyone that was
sftfisfied withlhe average of this
grade and the grade on the fifst
mid-term would be exempt from
foe final. To now everyone is
going to be taking the final, .v.
Usually mid terms are one
hour long. Well this particualr
midterm started at 7:00 P.M
(after class hours no less). At
approximately 9:17 P M. by my
watch the first student finished
and wafted out. About thirty

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minutes later (9:47) I walked
out while about half the class
remained. (I didnt take three
hours to take the SAT.) I can
not believe that an
undergraduate instructor could
possibly expect his class to
effectively take such a mid-term.
It could be that with age he
will mellow somewhat. I guess it
should be considered that this is
his first teaching assignment,
hes fresh out of Ohio State.
Maybe he wants to show this
ole' southern school what its
like to go to a BIG TEN school.
Ive heard he's teaching his way
and giving test from the
department files. I cant believe
this! the material on this test
was not presented in the same
format in either class or the text
book. It could be that he just
isn't familiar with the rules of
the game in this school. Why he
even gives unannounced pop
quizs! Though I cant personally
complain on this particular
aspect, others have been
concerned with his grading
techniques. The last two
scheduled classes before
tonights little party were
cancelled so he could answer
particular questions to students
that came by his office. Rumor
has it he wasn't in his office all
day the last of these two days.
Being a member of the
Accounting scholastic honorary
fraternity on this campus I am
of course concerned with my
grade, but moreso I feel my time
is worth more than wasting it on
an outrageously, ridiculously
long and meaningless test. 1 hope
someone in foe Accounting
department will take this novice
aside and tell him the facts of
life on this campus.
Name Withheld

Peace is the way

By F.R. REPOLGLE
As a result of a gross lack of
objectivity the United States is
sorely in need of self-evaluation
and a good lesson in
unilateralism. This lack of
objectivity results from a strange
concept held by a large number
of people in this country which
is concisely stated in their
favorite phrase: America, love
it or leave it. In essence this
concept means that anyone who
finds anything to criticize in this
country is a Communist
sympathizer, to expose an
American inequity is to embrace
the godless Reds, to expound a
change is tantamount to
instigating the Communist
Revolution in America. In short,
you either accept America as it
is today or you are, without a
doubt, on the Communisi Party
*t>ayfoft >V (
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.A student, echoing foe general
U.S. sentiment, recently stated
that the peace movement was
suicidal because the rest of the
world is just waiting for the
chance to attack a weakened
United States. His proposal for
lasting peace was to wait until
everyone else had disarmed and

The lady goofed

By BRUCE KUEHN
Some thoughts on open
housing:
There is a degree of
immaturity involved in labeling
all dormitories whorehouses and
by implication all dorm residents
whores.
Perhaps Miss Kovachevich
should take a course in logic and
pay special attention to the
fallacy of faulty generalizations.
Open housing has nothing to
do with the occurrence of
immoral practices*' in
dormitories. What happens
behind closed doors in dorms
will happen any other place with
or without open housing.
Parental upbringing is the
major factor influencing what a
student will do, not the
opportunity.
Maybe Miss Kovachevich and
the other three regents who
voted for the open housing ban
own the hotels in university
towns and are looking for a
quick profit.
Hotels are better anyway for
those who can afford it, dorms
arent known for their privacy.
Miss Kovachevich made a
political mistake by basing her
actions on complaints. Those
who have no complaints don't
write to their regents.
What happened during the
Prohibition years will happen if
the ban holds up widespread

fIHjgSS GUEST COLUMN^

then we could join them. Well, 1
think every country in the world
wants peace but everyone is
afraid to be the country caught
in a peaceful posture (with their
pants down, so to speak). As a
result, if we wait for every
country to simultaneously
disarm we will be waiting for a
long time; no one wants to
initiate a disarmament.
Today everyone claims to be
searching for peace, while they
are at the same time madly
arming for the impending wan.
Whenever anyone suggests a
solution which may bring peace
they ate denounced as either
fpt|fr or dupes vof
, capitalism, depending on their
country of lerideace. By
denouncing constructive
criticism and new ideas we
merely limit our range of
solutions to the already existing
formula: Make war for peace.
This formula for world peace is
not only archaic but it was

Monday, May 31,1971, Tha Florida Alligator,

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disobedience. That would hardly
breed respect for laws and
authority.
Why doesn't Miss
Kovachevich spend a night in a
dorm and gain first-hand
information instead of using
second-hand information and
hearsay?
Maybe I*ll transfer to a
progressive university like the
University of Mississippi, at least
it is progressing and not
regressing.
Twenty-four hour open
housing is the only reasonable
plan for dorms. Any limitation is
the same as saying students who
are learning to take over
positions of leadership in society
are immature and cannot make
rational decisions for themselves.
Miss Kovachevich, don't try
to impose your misguided
Puritan ethic on individuals who
can think for themselves and
have the right to decide what to
do with their lives.
If a public investigation is
held about violations of open
house, all of Miss Kovachevich's
claims will be found to be
grossly exaggerated.

unsuccessful in its own time, as
witness the continued
proliferation of wars.
The United States is the most
powerful nation by any
standard. The United States is
the ideal nation to initiate a
unilateral disarmament because
to do so would be a
reaffirmation of our faith in the
rest of the world and our belief
in peaceful means. We do not
have to totally disarm to be
effective. A clear reduction in
arms productions, number of
overseasmilitary bases, apd a
much increased reliance on
' diplomacy instead of force, will
perhaps start on the
. way* to total disarmament, v!
Basically, what I am
suggesting is that there is no
*way to peace,' peace is the
way." Think about it. War and
preparation for war cannot bring
peace. The only alternative is to
seek peace using peace as your
weapon.

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FOR SALE
fiwvoMfttfffirwSK^Xix^w^r:!:!:*:
1970 ossa pioneer 250 cc perfect
condition S7OO call Luke 378*9418
(A-st*l44*p)
19 ft shasta self-contained travel
trailer $975; 16 ft semi-cabin boat &
trailer with 75 hp Johnson motor
$925. at 1102 ne 20 ave. 376-3322
Honda 250 off*road 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
BARGAINS, am graduating must
sells *66 honda 305 best offer; 2 good
mattresses at $lO ea.; 1 olrts bike
sls. call mike 373-3423 Guild Accoustlcal Electric Guitar 2
pickups excellent for jazz or rhythm
$l5O firm 378-8670 (A-5M45-P)
FENDER JAZZ BASS wcase cost
over 300 beautiful axe, new strings,
solid sound, displayed at 1122 w.
university Tuesday Morning cash or
trade looking for van. see It
(A-5M47-P)
6 cu ft refrigerator clean, runs
perfectly. $45 or best offer, will also
rent tor summer qtr with opt to buy.
call 392-8157 or 392-7721
(A-St-145-p)
1970 Honda 350 SL, S6OO, Includes
2 helmets, accessories. 373-1079
after spm (A-4t-147-p)
Trail model sleeping bag, almost new.
lightweight, rated to 32 degrees,
never used outdoors. S2B. call Allen
373-1613. (A-2t-147-p)
moving, must sell like new 2 9x12
carpets lpalr floor length drapes 1
bedspread A matching drapes kitchen
curtains electric carpet sweeper
376-9683 (A-st-147-p)
for sale Panasonic ss7ooo component
sys. 72w amfm stereo tuner wspks
and 4sp. turntable ex. cond. $350
call D. Daniel 376-1058 (A-St-145-p)
US divers scuba tank and regulator
tank good condition regulator new
call 376-9096 also have new cobra
citizens band radio (A-3t-147-p)
BSA 441 Victor Enduro S4OO or best
offer Good cycle lots of chrome Call
Mika 392-6920 on week days
(A-St-146-p)
Marantz speakers No.3*s fisher *soo'
amp. bsr mcdonald turntable 610/x
brand new wholesale prices Bruce
372-8117 (A-3t-146-p)
for sale refrigerator used good
condition S3O or best offer must sell
Call Jim 392-7172 (A-3t-147p)
Kawasaki 500 Mach 111 very good
condition contact Don 392-871$
(A-Bt-147-p)
Help! just bought porsche must sell
now 1970 torfno gt gold w wht
conv. top full power, air ex cond Just
S3OOO call now It cant last at this
low price. Mark 378-6806
(A-4t-147-p)
Roberts 1725 reel to reel, 8 track
recorder, Fisher 20 sealed speakers.
Pioneer SE3O phones, 20,000 feet of
quality tape aH tor $325, 376-3295
(A-St-147-p)
It's a Mg sale on all sorts of obsolete
electronic goodies. Coma early tor
best selection. T.A.U., Inc. 717 N.w.
First St. 37641624 (A-St-147-p)
Coldspot refrigerator full size good
condition large freezer space $45 or
best offer call Mike at 392-8924 or
come by 225 Reid Hall (A-4t-147-p)
ringtail monkey very tame loves
people* approx. 11$ ft. tall, lOmo. old
$95. call John or mamle after 5;00
378-7227 (A-3t-147-p)
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FOR SALE
Interested In an excellent home
entertainment system? call me and
see the only sony hp-580 in
Gainesville the most complete system
here 378-9888 (A-st-146-p)
fultslze refrlg $35 + tables boxspring
chairs various prices also roommate
for house S3O till June 19 call Beth
392-8599 (A-3t-146-p)
Refrigerator, dorm size, good
condition. S4O or best, call 2-7033
ask for Eric, anytime (A-3t-146-p)
BASSET HOUND puppies, 5 weeks
old, AKC reg., weaned, wormed,
trl-colored, 855-females, $65-males
372-7980 (A-3t-146-p)
1970 Vogue Unfurnished 12x60 2br.
Spanish split level, Carpet Central air
and heat. $650 equity, and assume
note call 376-9692 After 5
(A-st-148-p)
1969 Kawasaki 175 dirt bike, full
knobby.* front and rear, expansion
chamber, engine recently rebuilt and
brand new top end Job. set up for
dirt, but has street legal accessories,
call Cory at 373-3566 or see at ML
Vernon apts. N 0.75 $325
(A-st-148-p)
Refrigerator good for dorm use.
Economical like new. Also stereo
portaMe good shape. Ask for SSO for
ref 35 for st or bst offer 392-7802
(A-3t-148-p)
180 cc yamaha good appearance,
excellent running condition $295
481-2848 try after 10pm or 8-lOa.m.
(A-St-148-p)
Craig stereo am/fm radio with
hookup tor tape deck brand new also
Mack A white rea tv asking $l6O call
Mick at 373-3530 anytime
(A-3t-148-p)
1970 yamaha DS6 250 cc luggage
rack helmet 7000 miles like new I
$550 or best offer 376-6176 student
call after 5:00 pm (A-2t-148-p)
Man's 3 speed Schwln, racing seat,
racing bars, S3O or make offer,
378-6594 Tom (A-2t-148-p)
RCA PortaMe Stereo. 4 Speakers.
Good Condition. Low Price. Call:
378-0179 (A-3t-148-p)
NEW GIRLS VISTA 3 SPEED.
BLUE. HAND BREAK. NEW COST
$67.95. NOW $37. CALL BRIAN
392-9485 (A-2t-148-p)
Rote-army officer dress green
uniform, hat/gold braid size 38 worn
one time call Brent 373-3959
(A-3t-148-p)
24 ft Catamaran hulls and two axle
trailer, molded ply, FG reinforced
construction, S6OO or make offer,
378-6594, Tom (A-st-148-p)
FOR RENT
$195 for the summer Includes your
room and 3 meals a dayl Only 1
Mock from the Krystal. For Into call
Secretary at 376-9473 117 nw 15 st
(B-5M42-P)
one bdrm apt air cond $55/mo take
over June 11834-0 n.w. first ave. one
Mock from campus must rent In a
hurry Paul Deschenes (B-st-144-p)
sublease 2 bdrm torn, ac, trailer free
40* antenna carpet and dishes avail.
June 15 sllO month call Sally
392-7646 CB-st-144-p)
landmark I 2 bedrm apt. sublet for
summer $95 each with 4 people tor
the entire quarter June rent free! call
378*814$ 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-st-144-p)
SUBLEASE for summer 2 bdrm
house oh NW Bth ave. Free util,
$ 100/month. Call 372-1468
(B-st-144-p)

i. The Florida Alligator, Monday, May 31,1971

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FOR RENT
TIRED OF KOVACHEVICH? Try
co-operative living at Georgia Seagle
Hall! 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)
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. unlv. ave. open
summer quarter (B-st-144-p)
2 Female roomates wanted for
Summer qtr. Beautiful poolside
Williamsburg ApL 2 bedroom 2 bath
call 378-5923 after 5. (B-st-145-p)
The Place 1 female roo mate needed
for summer, private bedroom, pool,
sauna. S7B monthly Includes utilities,
call 373-3724 or 376-8406
(B-st-146-p)
S7O/mo your own private bdrm In a
4-bdrm a/c poolside apt. Free color
tv A utilities. Near tennis A handball
courts. La Mancha Apts. 378-7224
(B-9t-144-p)
summer have a place near mad
center need 1 person to share, your
share $45 plus V utilities, pool, a/c, 5
min. walk to campus > call Bob at
378-4613 (B-st-145-p)
One br. air cond. apt. with pool
SIOO/mo. for summer, call 376-3184
(B-4t-145-p)
sublet BEAUTIFUL 2bd CAMALOT
apt dishwasher sauna pool etc. MUST
SAC RAF ICE will deal live In luxury
372-1065 (B-5M45-P)
This is It! The house tor summer. 3
Blocks from campus very roomy
very reasonable Find out about It.
Truck on over to 1725 N.W. 3rd PI
(B-4t-145-p)
2 female roommates wanted to sublet
Williamsburg 44 June through August
SIOO + Ml utilities AC pool
dishwasher 2 br 2 bath call 373-3224
(B-3t-146-p)
live In the place this summer 67.50
per mo. no utilities, will forgett
damage deposit of S4O call 372-5247
or 373-3121 {B-St-146-p)
La Mancha, sublet for summer for
only $l5O Including color tv, pool,
private room, and utilities, call Mike
at 378-8403 (B-st-147-p)

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FOR RENT
private rooms 2 blocks north campus,
male graduates students only $65
mo. air conditioned kitchen washer
dryer year lease phone 378-8122
now. (B-10t-146-p)
$39.70 a month (per person)! 3
bedroom duplex, 711 NE 5 Terrace,
torn., air-conditioned 10 min from
campus summer quarter please call
373-3180 (B-st-146-p)
room In private home for mature
male student linen and maid service
air conditioning separate entrance off
street parking call 376-5360
(B-st-147-p)
The place, sublease penthouse,
poolside apt for summer. S2OO for
all. utilities, private bedroom,
supreme luxury, call 376-8159 now!
(B-st-147-p)
Renting private room In house dose
to campus $l5O summer quarter, air
cond. and maid service call Mike at
372-9444 FREE rent for June nice 2bdrm ac
carpeted apt with dishwasher gym
pools sauna grills all for $47.50 call
anytime must sublease 372-8252
(B-4t-147-p)
Wanted: roo mates for large 4 bedrm.
a.c. house IV: blocks from campus
June rent free private baths, call after
4:30 378-4369 Reasonable!
(B-3t-147-p)
yessuh 4 bdrm place apt sublet for
summer at 82.50/mth/person utilities
Included yessuh don't hesitate to call
Marsha or Delores at 373-1189
(B-3t-147p)
Good Cheap Deal for Summer! Fred.
Garden Apts. In Sin City AC and
pool 2 bedrooms for 4 people. Call
376-0713 ApL 70 (B-9t-147-p)
Sublet room, Jun 7- Aug 31, $l5O.
Share kitchen and bath. Utilities
furnished. Call Bob 392-1418 or
376-9389 after 5 pm. (B-3t-147-p)
Please help us. we desperately need 3
nice people (male) to sublet
Landmark 142 for the summer $95.
and It's yours. Call 373-3408
(B-3t-146-p)
SuMet spacious l-bedroom apt. June
15 Sept. 5, air cond, furnished 125
month but you pay only S2OO for
whole summer call 373-3359 after
5:30 pm (B-6M46-P)
cheap summer living at the place apt.
low price for the most exclusive 4 br.
town house at the place air condt.
already paid tor. call 372-8117
(B-st-146-p)

RENT
One female roommate for summer;
t/c, private room, 3 blocks from
campus, $35 per month, share
utilities, phone 372-2116, Deble
(B-st-147-p)
wanted 1 to 3 roommates for
summer at landmark apt 170, 2
pools, air cond., dishwasher, and
sauna. $95 for entire summer call
378-5249 (B-3t-147-p)
French Quarter Apt. Have your own
bedroom for only $65 a month, call
378-2281 between 5 $ 7 pm
(B-3t-147-p)
couples li bedroom sum. apt. ac ft
heat electric kitchen pool quiet take
over mid-June through summer may
renew call 376-9683 (B-St-147-p)
4 bedroom house a.c. In country 5
acres 10 minutes from campus near
mlllhopper washer dryer porch 180
per month June occupancy
(B-3t-147-p)
summer qtr live for single room SIOO
DB 75 color TV S2OOO sound sys
free tel & ac all util Inc. Sigma Nu
Fraternity 376-9335 (B-st-147-p)
June rent free sublet Stephen Foster
townhouse. ac, carpet. Share with 2
guys; only sllO plus 1/3 utilities for
whole summer 373-2422
(B-3t-148-p)
REFRIGERATOR small enough for
dorm but much larger and cheaper
than dorm refrtg. $lO for entire
summer, call 392-7208 keep trying
(B-lt-148-p)
SUBLET for summer 2 br mobile
home a.c. MOBILE CITY call
373-3008 Lot No. 104 SIOO/mo
(B-3t-148-p)
private bed ft bathroom for male at
point west 2 bedroom apt for
summer spilt electrify ft rent, luxury
life for exist an ce cost I 392-7430 Ben
(B-3t-148-p)
Apartment for rent One bedroom.
Kitchen, Bath, Air-ConcHtlohed. Men
only. Rent $95 a month ft utilities.
Call 372-9855 (B-3t-148-p)
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for rent
Sublet-summer 2 br Landmark
townhouse apt. Air/cond,
dishwasher, pool. Only S9O/person
entire summer. Call 373-1680 or
come by No. 137 (B-2t-148-p)
Female, sublet and share a beautiful
trailer In MobHe City. Now or In
June. Air Cond. T.V. Call anytime
(373-1364) (B-st-148-p)
couples-girls. 2 bdrm house for
summer, ac-fla. rm-2 car oarage pets
- kids cable come and look at a
bargain. 376-2944 aft. 6 or 392-2327
1-5 pm (B-st-148-p)
Hawaiian village 2 bdr townhouse
poolside air furn, dishwasher call
373-1701 eve. best offer.
(B-4M48-P)
sublet: for summer with option for
fall 1 bedroom furnished apt. In nw
section, large rooms call 372-9708
(B-st-148-p)
FURN DUPLEX: avail. June 15; 2br
near UF, children, pets ok SI4QAno
garbage, water tact, call 372-7026
after 6pm (B-2t-148-p)
2br luxury point west apt., w/w
carpet, d/w overlooks pool, sacrifice
$175 furn. $l5O unfum. fall option,
available June 15, call 373-2868
(B-st-148-p)
WANTED
Schwinn Super Sport derailer also a
Schwinn lightweight clunker for
about $lO-20 Mike 376-6588
(C-2t-146-p)
One or two female roommates
needed begin summer quarter, own
bedroom share bath a/c pool luxury
living at Georgetown only $65 call
378-3767 (C-3t-146-p)
1 or 2 male roommates for Landmark
166. 2 swimming pools to choose
from. $95 for summer, June rent free
Phone 378-1811. (C-4t-145-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)
roommate: own room In 3-bdrm
furnished house, a/c. move in now,
dont pay rent nil June. $55/tao %
util, no lease. 372-0360 506 ne 6 ave.
Sally (C-st-144-p)
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1 or 2 male roommates for summer
THE PLACE own bedroom In
top-floor 4 bedroom flat 59 month
Includes utilities call 372-9819 now
(C-st-144-p)
2 bedroom Hawaiian vlg. apt to
sublease for the summer all extras I
negotiable 372-2949 (C-st-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
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)
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)
one roommate for 1 bed room apt
S3O mth + utilities very dose to
campus call 373-2769 (C-st-146-p)
1 or 2 responsible roommates for
next fall luxurfus townhouse in
brookwood apts 3 72-8949
Female roomate wanted sublease
sum-renewable lease $55/mo +
utilities private br-ec-carpet call
373-3073 Stephen Foster apts. peace.
(C-2t-147-p)

WANTED
BICYCLE Mens 26 American Will
pay SlO-525, depending.. .Cali
376-3679 evenings (C-st-147-p)
2 female roommates for 2 bdrm
hawaiian vili. apt. sllO/summer qti.
378-3669. prefer grad. stud.
(C-st-146-p)
Need female roommate for summer
qtr occupy June 15. share 2 br. point
west apt. $62 + 1/3 util mo. call
373-1941 (C-st-147-p)
Two roommates to sublet a two
bdrm french quarter apt for summer
call 373-2228 after 5:00 p.m.
(C-st-147-p)
Looking for one or two bdrm apt to
rent starting fall. Prefer a/c but
unfurnished for under slso/mo. call
373-2228 (C-3t-147-p)
THE PLACE 1 or 2 roomates wanted
for summer S2OO for the term
includes pool sauna dishwasher and
utilities apt. 110 phone 376-4909
(C-st-147-p)
3 hip chics, studious, beginning fall la
mancha flat, have own room, free
color tv, S7O + utilities call Nancey
378-5727 (C-lt-148-p)
Wanted for summer 2 or 3 bdrm,
furn, a-c., apt cheapest offer accepted
call 376-6945 also Issues 1-5 of
Jeopardy wanted will trade 6 & 7
(C-4t-147-p)
need 1 br efficiency for summer'
S6O-$ 7 5 with kitchen air cond
ideally, start renting around June 15
call 378-4767 (C-3t-148-p)
2 fairly liberal roomates for fall, own
bedrooms at La Mancha. S7O. a mth.
call 376-9627 (C-st-148-p)
Male roommate wanted for summer.
SBS dollars + utilities for entire
summer. Poolside Apt. Village Park
93. call 378-0584 (C-4t-148-p)

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WANTED
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Need a room air-conditioner (around
6000 BTU) desperately! Any kind In
fairly good condition. Call Belinda
373-4247 or 376-0841 (C-3t-148-p)
two male roomates for Hawaiian
Village townhouse beginning Fall
quarter *7l. inquire 372-8857 after
spm. (C-st-148-p)
Male roomate for summer quarter.
Village Park Apt 115, call anytime,
373-1771 ask for Steve 42.50 plus V
of utilities (C-2t-148-p)
Male roommate for 2-bedroom apt
one block from Tlgert. June rent
free, call 376-9791. (C-3t-148-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) (E-4t-140-p)
Commerical sales position Full or
part time commlslons Phone
372-7520 (E-10t-141-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)
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)
full or part can earn 2 to 5 an hour,
no real long hair, call Mr. Smith
between 7 & 9 pm. 378-0121
(E-st-147-p)
2 weeks in Miami for coed June 7-21
room board swimming pool plus S3O
per week, help care for 2 profs
children ages 28i5 378-3600
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male student permanent part time
Job also Job on weekend mornings
GOOD Pay must have good
transportation and be highly
dependable, call Harry 376-4912
before 11am or Dave 378-4476 after
3pm (E-st-146-p)
COMMERCIAL PILOT must have
tailwheel time, and 400 T.T.
contact John Rublno 373-4354
evenings (E-6t-147-p)
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
(Q-St-144-p)
Van 1967 ford econoline fantastic
condition need cash S7OO. dudley
373-1342 (G4t-145-p)
Must sell this week, 65 T-blrd, all
power, air, very good condition,
$995 or best offer. Also 5 month
old 650 Triumph, save S4OO.
392-2217, 378-0089 (G-st-144-p)
1968 bulck skylark radio heater good
running condition SI3OO or best
offer or trade for vw bus call
378-3376 (G-st-145-p)
1968 rambler amerlcan 2dr hard top top-6
-6 top-6 cyl. std. transm. excellent cond.
good tires recent tune-up- asking
$795 call 376/3216 (after 5 pm)
(G-st-145-p)
1969 FIAT 850 spider 13,000 miles
must sell. 378-5408 (G-st-146-p)
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good, new alt., coil, water pump,
good tires, $250.00 call 373-4503
(G4M45-P)
1970 fastback volks automatic radio
front disc brakes S2OOO call
373-2110 leave name and phone
(G-st-14 S-p)
1965 MGB going back to England,
must sell. Just had a lot of work done
$650 or offer. Call 372-7993
(G-st-146-p)
68 toyota corona excl cond. must sell
S9OO or best offer Bob 373-1242
(G-st-147-p)
for sale: 1966 Porsche 912 call Andy
378-2793 Point West Apts. 512-2.
(G-st-147-p)
1968 Roadrunner-super condition
383-400 + hp 4spd hurst tape player
tach holley 780, offey hi-riser,
traction bars, wide rim keystone
mags, big tires must see to appreciate
asking $1795 call 373-2422
(G-3t-148-p)
68 VW 4 new tires, overhauled at
35000 miles, tuned last week, radio
and stereo system Included. Perfect
mech cond. $1,150. Call 376-1044
(G-st-148-p)
VW CONVERTIBLE 1965 with
rebuilt 1966 engine (30000 ml) and
transmission (1000 ml) radio, heater
good top, tires $650 372-1821
(G-st-148-p)
store for sale, very profitable, perfect
for young hip business oriented
person, call 372-8733 or (ax
356-3961. (I-5M42-P)
Land For Sale: 1 acre tracts and up
In Levy County Harrell M.
Hemingway, assoc, box 276 Bronson
Fla. Herbert B. Hunter Jr. reg. real
estate Broker Phone 486-2057,
486-2275 (l-st-145-p)
PERSONAL
FREE 6wk old kittens, litter trained,
pure alley cats, call 378-1762 after
spm (J-st-144rp)
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)
professional DRAFT COUNSELING
Medlcal-Legal-Psychotoglc. Open
weekends. Tel: 891-3736 2135 Ixora
Road No. Miami, 33161
(J-465-106-P)
SUMMER IN EUROPE -$222.00
Round-trip. Tampa-Londoo-Tampa.
June 19-September 4, July 31-August
26. Caledonian Airtlnes-Boeing 707
fan let. Contact, Mrs. Manouglan
10003 53rd St., Temple Terrace, Fla.
or Euro-American Dimensions, Inc.,
527 Madison Ave., Suite 403, New
York, N.Y. 10022 (J-16M44-P)
Now open. Wayside Antiques Inc.
Irvine, Fla. 20 mites south Galnesvltle
on 1-75 at State Rd. 316 adjacent to
the Old Country St ore. Fla's Usrgest
wholesale retail Importers. Open 9-6,
7 days 904-591-2001 (J-Bt-144-p)
FLYING to Louisville, Ky. and
Ohlo-lndlana. Can take 3 passengers
at $55 rd. trip. Leave June 10
return 20. 4 hr. trip 372-2419
(J-3t-146-p)
Adorable orphaned kittens need a
home Male 6 females available
House-broken Black 6 grey tiger
kittens. Please call 376-0713
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have a bike, tv, books or anything
else you want to store in Gainesville
for the summer? call 376-9776 for
info. (J-5M47-P)
will trade use of regrigerator for
storage over summer, for info call
Joyce, 392-7847 (J-2t-148-p)
JILL follow your bent no matter
what people say" mine Is you the end
will tell BELA (J-2t-148-p)
AIESEC charter flight to europe
$243 rt Jacksonville Amsterdam Iv
June 16. rm 303 JWRU 2-spm, or
call 378-8497 373-3751 392-0686
(J-3t-148-p)
Ft. Laud? Share u-haul split expenses
need 2 leave 6-6 or 6-10 can carry
almost anything. call Darlene
392-7802 hurry for reservations
(J-3t-147-p)
Panhellenic Fall Rush slgn-up at
Jennings, Broward, Hume.
Mon-Thurs: 6:30 pm 8:30 pm. Sign
up now before you go home for the
summer. (J-3t-148-p)
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LOST <& FOUND
Lost please return hamilton watch
missing from 4th floor Yulee. Great
sentimental value. $25 reward no
questions asked I phone 392-8956
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LOST Lost 3 mo. old puppy white with brn
spots, brown patch on left eye. lost
in sw 16 ave area, please return him.
call Terry at 372-6003 or 376-9089
(L-4t-147-p)
Lost: black cat with white 6 orange
specks; checkerboard-face, flea collar;
lost at groomer sun. nlte; seen on
campus; $ reward 376-8059
(L-4t-146-p)
If anyone accidentally took the
wrong bike -10 speed gold-colored
from LaMancha apts please call
376-9513 would really appreciate it
reward (L-3t-146-p)
found. Black dog with white legs &
chest. Found in vicinity of normart
hall. Call 372-0124 to claim.
(L-st-147-nc)
FOUND: Grey kitten with collar n.w.
18st call 376-2721 (L-3t-148-p)
SERVICES
Alternators generators starters
electrical systems tested and repaired.
Auto-Electric Service, 111 l S. Main
378-7330, Now I Bank Amerlcard and
Master Charge, (m-tfc)
Save 25% or more on ail auto parts.
Spark plugs 68 cents. Cash & Carry
Auto Parts, 111 l S. Main St.
378-7330. (M-113-ts-c)

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college theses term papers 50 cents &
up 373-1984 9-5 373-1429 aft 6 DEL
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(M-st-139-p)
For Stud Miniature Collie 2yrs. A
Beautiful Blue Merle of Sea Isle
Breeding Will discuss terms call
Denise 378-2198 anytime
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anytime before June 11 378-6419
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FSU memories not short,
blank Florida Gators 7-0

By SIM SMITH
Alligator Sports Writer
The two thousand plus fans in
Tallahassee remembered Tom
Seyboldwell.
Nearly a year ago to the day,
he handcuffed the Seminoles for
10 innings only to lose, 1-0.
Revenge was on his mind.
After allowing a first inning
run, Seybold began carving up
FSU and the only Seminoles to
reach base after that were two
players lucky enough to receive
walks. Florida was the easy
victor, 4-1.
Jr'
Saturday was a different story
as FSU won, 7-0.
It was a warm night, and I
felt very good, recalled the
lanky lefthander following the
two-hit performance. 'With his
curve and slider working to
perfection, Seybold struck out
ten befuddled Seminoles.
The Gators exploded for all of
their runs in die seventh. Tony
Dobies singled, went to second
on an overthrow, and streaked
to third on a ground ball by
John Sutton. Sutton was safe
when the attempt to cut down
Dobies at third faded.
Sophomore Nick Devirgilis
slapped a single to left and took
second base on the throw in.
With Sutton now at third, coach
Dave Fuller ordered one of his
favorite moves the squeeze.
Len Fuller laid down a perfect
bunt and FSU had no chance to
get Sutton at home. When (he
throw went to first, the Wiley
DeVirgilhs rounded third and
kept coming. The startled
Seminoles didnt react quickly
enough and the Sarasota native
was safe.
Florida added an insurance
run when Seybold walked,
Glenn Quincy Hurst ripped a
single and old reliable Mark
Hedgecock singled in Seybold.
In Saturday nights contest,
the Seminoles picked on Gator
starter Doug Corbett early,
scoring four runs the first four
innings. FSU added a solo run in
the sixth and picked up two
more in the seventh. Their 12-hit

Indy 500-hot dogs, beer and hoopla

Its hoopla in the grand American style. Lots of fans, lots of hot
dogs and beer, lots of prize money and plenty of thrills for the Silent
Majority.
Indianapolis. The Brickyard.The worlds greatest auto-mo-beel
race, 'three hundred thousand half-drunk Memorial Day race fans
watching and cheering thirty-three low-slung high-powered cars
zipping around a 2.5 mile oval 200 times. The ideal assembly line race.
Past, efficient, simple to operate and understand.
To race at Indy requires a neat-looking car with a fancy
nzzic-dazzle print job mid a rich sponsor. To win at Indy requires
mostly luck. The winners go fast, dont play footsie with the concrete
mtairing wall that encases the track yand dont find themselves in
the middle of the wrecks that occur when somebody does play footsie
wtfi the retaining wall.*
Somebody- asked A1 Unser, 'Saturdays winner, if he had any
strategy and he replied no. Os course he didnt have any strategy.
What kind of strategy is there? It isji 160 mph merry-go-round that
only demands your outlasting the other 33 drivers.
Indianapolis always is a thrill, for fans and drivers, during the first
kp. A couple of years ago one of the drivers tried to win the race
going into the first turn of the first lap. The result was the elimination
of.close to half the field and a restart of the race.

Tom Seybold
... no repeat performance
attack included six extra base
hits, one a homer by Doug
Kasimier.

The
Florida
Alligator

Al Unser wins Second Straight Indy 500

INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Al
Unser, charging through a
myriad of wrecks and a mass of
racing confusion, rode his
Johnny Lightning Special to
victory in the 500 mile auto race
Saturday at a record speed of
157.735 miles per hour.
Unsers triumph, for the
second straight year, came after
a stunning crash as the race
began, when the pace car
skidded sideways down the pit
apron and into a photographers
stand at the end of the home
stretch. Twenty-four persons
were injured, one of them
seriously.
Unser, who celebrated his
32nd birthday with his victory,
was the first driver to win the
fabled race in consecutive years
since the ill-fated Bill Vukovich
senior won in 1953 and 1954
and was killed on the track while
leading die 1955 race.
Unser, who probably will earn

The Gators threatened but
could never push a run across.
Twice Will Harman and Tons
Dobies cracked back to back hits
but no one was there to bring
them in.
With the pro draft just a
couple of weeks away, several
Gators are getting anxious.
Seybold, drafted twice already,
dedded to finish school.
He is a senior now, and with a
good offer, would probably sign.
Will Harman and Tony Dobies
are both seniors and each would
like a chance at the big time.
Florida closed with a 19-26
mark on the year but sports a lot
of good talent for next year.
Spectators can only sit back and
wait for the outcome.

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around $280,000 of a record
purse estimated around sl.l
million, paced the field for the
final 82 laps of the 200 which
made the distance, taking over
from Joe Leonard on the 118th
turn of the track.
It was the fifth time Unser
moved in front of the chase, run
before some 300,000 fans in
good racing weather,
temperature in the low 70s with
the sun modified by light
breezes.
Six of the top ten finishers
traveled the full 500 miles, the
first time since 1963 that more
than five cars have finished 200
laps. Peter Revson captured
second at 157.419 m.p.h., AJ.
Foyt third at 156.075, young
Bill Vukovich fourth at 154.563,
Jim Malloy fifth at 153.848, and
Donnie Allison sixth, his
unofficial speed not reported.
Bud Tingelstad, going 199
laps, was seventh, followed by

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sports writer
This yew, instead of the drivers wrecking, the pace cw driven by
a former drag racer pulled off the track into the pits at the start of
the race and ended up in a photographers stand. The photographers
ended up on the ground.
A1 Unser driving the ultimate in American Hoopla,, tjie Johnny
lightening Special (by Marx) won his second consecutive 500,
outlasting Mark Donohues McLaren M 16, which broke a gear after 66
to*. >. * v >: *c *. *?i iv, /. ;
\ Unser, whose face is familiar to seasoned Saturday morning cartoon
watchers, will collect $275,000 and get a chance to make some more
Johnny Lightening commercials. If anything, this years 500 clearly
showed Johnny Lightenings superiority to Mattels Hot Wheels.
Donohue will probably return to the crewcut he used to wear when he
was winning and third place fininsher AJ. Foyt will come back next
year with his red bandana and try to win his fourth Indy.
And the pace car driver will have to go back to drag racing.

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Roger McClusky, 189 laps:
Denny Zimmerman, 189 laps
and Gary Bettenhausen, 179
laps.
The race, with the drivers
ignorant of the pace car crash,
started fast and ended fast. In
between, with the yellow
caution light on four times for
S 3 minutes, the speedsters

Monday, May 31,1971, Tha Florida ANigator,

slowed to 125 miles per hour,
more than 50 miles an hour
below their usual pace.
There was no slowdown when
the pace car crashed into the
stands. The racing field got away
in a burst as ambulances carted
several injured spectators to the
track hospital.

AI Unser:
'I was scared
INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)
Al Unser, the lady 500
champion for the second
straight year, confessed
Saturday luiu scared twice
during the wreck-strewn race
- once for himself arid once
for his brother, Bobby.
Grinning from ear to ear
after the victory on his 32nd
birthday, the Albuquerque,
mmm
XtfK*£&~tifefe*iUes wftesnrbe %
came roaring down the.
stretch just after drivii Dive''
Hobbs and Rick Muther had
collided in a spectacular
wreck right in front of the
main stand.

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, The Florida Alligator, Monday, May 31,1971

f Superfluous Bowlwinners: Colts
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lack talent, won accidentally

(EDITORS NOTE This is
the third and final installment of
sports columnist Dave Millers
look on pro football for the
1971-72 season.)
One of the weakest divisions
in profootball last year was the
Eastern Division of the AFC.
Baltimore, accidental winners of
the Superfluous Bowl, were
lucky to have the easiest
schedule in the NFL, despite a
lack of talent rarely seen in a
championship team.
The New York Jets lost their
most valuable player, fullback
Matt Snell, then lost their
second most valuable player,
Broadway Joe Willie White
Shoes Namath. The Miami
Dolphins won 10 games, their
best season, but they lost to
Philadelphia and Boston, quite
an accomplishment, and gave the
title to Baltimore. Boston and
Buffalo managed to show up for
all 14 games.
Baltimore, with a
quarterbacking problem and
mediocrity at the running back,
linebacker, comerback, and
defensive lineman positions, will
fall off in 71 and fail to win the
division title. New York, with
Namath healthy and Kansas
John Riggins ready to step in at
fullback if Snell is still injured,
will be among the leaders, with
one of the AFCs best defenses
being led by another 1970
cripple, Gerry Philbin, when
healthy, Philbin is the AFCs
best defensive end.
Boston has added Heisman
Trophy winner Jim Plunkett and
General Manager Upton Bell
(Berts son), but they dont have
enough new faces to change a
losing tradition. Another poor
draft enabled tight ends Bob
Moore and Jan White to escape
to other teams, despite Bostons
need of a tight end.
Buffalo has fine wide
receivers, with rookie J.D. Hill
from Arizona State joining
Marlin Briscoe and underrated
Haven Moses, but the Bills need
a few more defenders like A1
Cowlings. Dennis Shaw is a
mediocre passer, and O.J.
Simpson lacks a running mate. If
Buffalo doesnt trade Hill for a
lineman or comerback, theyll
be lucky to win four games in
*7l. Incidentally, the city of
Buffalo is known as the armpit
of the East. Ever see War
Memorial Stadium?

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Miami will win the Eastern
title and just may make it to the
Super Bowl. But theyll have to
win the season opener at Denver.
The Dolphins always lose season
openers and dont play too well
at Denver, or anywhere else on
the road, for that matter. If they
win that first game and the Oct.
3 home opener against the Jets,
(hey should go all the way.
The Dolphins still need a
defensive end to team up with
Bill Stanfill. Manny Fernandez
and Frank Cornish made an
effective tackle tandem last
December, but the pass rush will
have to improve, and that means
another aggressive defensive end
will have to be found. Dale
Farley, 64, 242-pound rookie
from West Virginia, may start
opposite Stanfill. Purdues Ron
Maree, 66, 287 pounds, is
another candidate.
The Dolphins could use a top
defensive end. The New York
Jets, with George Sauer retiring
and Don Maynard reaching the
age of 34, could use a wide
receiver. So the Dolphins should
trade Howard Twilley and a
draft choice to New York for
Verlon Biggs, who almost played
out his option.
Comerback Curtis Johnson, a
rookie starter last year, will have
to show more consistency this
season. The rest of the
secondary is solid. Dick
Anderson is a top safety and
Jake Scott should have been
1970 defensive Rookie of the
Year. The Dolphins may alter
their zone defense this season to
allow the linebackers more
red-dogging, particularly if the
pass rush isnt strong enough to
permit the linebackers to drop
into deep pass coverage..
Larry Csonda is the best
player in football, and halfback

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Jim Kiick teams up to form the
most hirsute backfield tandem in
the NFL. New plays are being
devised to give more playing
time to Mercury Morris, last
years outside running specialist.
The offensive line, once a
problem area, enabled the
Dolphins to lead the AFC in
rushing in 1970, gaining over
2,000 yards on the ground.
Tackle DougCrusan in particular
showed improvement during the
season. Guard Larry Chicken
Little should make All-Pro, just
as he should have in '7O.
QB Bob Griese is still erratic,
unable to read a zone defense,
panicking under pressure. If
Griese falters in the fall, Orange
Bowl fans will scream for John
Stofa and George Mira. Griese
has as a passing target Paul
Warfield, the best receiver in
football. Otto Stowe, a year out
of lowa State, may start at split
end by the end of the season.
Despite sports writers love
affair with Paul Brown, Don
Shula is the best coach in the
NFL. Though a tough
taskmaster in drills (Shula has
given Maree a choice of dropping
down to 270 pounds or paying a
fine), Shula has allowed the
Dolphins to become the hairiest
team in the game, led by Fu
ManchuF emandez, mustachioed
Kiick, bearded Csonka,
Afro-coiffed Morris and Johnson
(Only Bostons Mike Cat
Ballou has a more luxuriant Afro
than Curtis Johnson), and
headbanded Hubert Ginn.
Shulas big fault as a pro
coach has been a failure to win
the big games. His Baltimore
teams lost the NFL title game in
64, lost a playoff game in 65,
lost the last game of the season
in *67, and lost the Super Bowl
after the 6B season. His first

Dolphin squad lost last years
playoff game to Oakland, a
mediocre team with a lot of
breaks.
If Shula can win the big games
this fall like the game against
Denver in September the
Dolphins might make it to Super
Bowl VI.

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It is that time of the year to
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calendar again, this time for the
quarter and the year.
It has been a year which was
disappointing in football, but
brought Florida another SEC
title in swimming.
Back in September, when
things were looking good for the
football team, at least in my eyes
Duke and Mississippi State were
defeated.
Then there was that long 12
hour drive to Alabama in a
Volkswagon with three other
people, the loss in Tuscaloosa,
and the longer drive back, this
time 13 hours.
The Gators won their next
three games, beating N.C. State,
FSU there, and Richmond.
Going to FSU, Dan Cooney
offered his services to fly two
Alligator members to the game.
It was an uneventful flight, but
one that had both members
gasping as it was their first times
in the air in a single engine
plane.
Another flight in a small plane
thanks this time to Doug
Sheaner, to Tennessee, was a bit
longer and more enjoyable. But
the game wasn't as Tennessee
triumphed.
The Auburn contest the
following week was another
insult on the year to the team.
The Gators then put two of

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Travel includes Oxford, Miss

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their best games back to back by
defeating Georgia in the Gator
Bowl and then Kentucky in
Tampa.
But a final game loss to Miami
finished a 7-4 year and Florida
missed a bowl game.
Basketball was in full swing
by that time, and the
opportunity to fly with the team
to Kentucky and Tennessee
arose. It was my first time on
the Blue Goose, the universitys
DC-3.
The team had its problems,
both on the court and off, as
the Gators couldn't win often
enough to keep their record over
.500.
But then there was that
weekend in February that saw
both Kentucky and Tennessee
fall to the Gators here in Florida
Gym probably one of the most
productive weekends in UF
basketball history.
The basketball team never
made its .500 record, but
improved on its 1969-70 season.
When 1 arrived in Gainesville

in September, 1 had never been
able to travel farther west than
St. Petersburg. But on one trip
with the basketball team, I was
able to see beautiful downtown
Oxford, Miss., which to some
isnt any big deal.-
Football will return in the fall
and with it, an improved team
over last year's squad.
The swimming team may not
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win the SEC title again, but look
for them to be second in the
conference and may, with the
help of such newcomers as John
Reeves, be in the top 10 teams
in the NCAA.
The basketball team will also
be better as the sophomores to
be will definitely be able to

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bolster the squad and an over
.500 season is for sure.
Other varsity sports including
track, wrestling, golf and tennis
will be better and will improve
the Gator's overall standing in
the all-round SEC sports
championship, which they
finished third in this season.

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~ The Florida Alligator, Monday, May 31,1971

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