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SG to control Homecoming festivities

By CARLOS J. LICEA
Alligator Staff Writer
A watered-down version of
the Gator Growl bill was finally
approved by the Student Senate,
Tuesday night, giving control of
the Homecoming festival to

The
Florida Alligator

Vol. 63, No. 151

House considering more
Senate passes bill
to raise tuition $25

By BRUCE KUEHN
Alligator Staff Writer
A $25 tuition hike bill was
passed by the Senate 40-2
Thursday and joined a bill
limiting freshman enrollment in
awaiting action before the
House.
The $25 tuition raise, which
Gov. Reubin Askew has said is
necessary for his higher
education budget, faces
competition in the House where
a SSO tuition hike is being
considered.
Sen. Mallory Home said the
raise is necessary because the
taxpayers are literally near
..revolt over paying for
increasing education costs.
Those who benefit directly from
education, the students, should
pay more, said Home.
The Senate bill applies to
undergraduate and graduate
full-time students and both
in-state and out-of-state
students.
The breakdown for the $175
per quarter undergraduate,
full-time students would pay is
as follows: $112.50 for
matriculation, $15.50 for
buildings and equipment, $4.50
San. Robert Saunders
... bill limits enrollment

Student Government after 1971.
The Senate also elected
officers for the summer quarter
and nixed a resolution urging
UF President Stephen C.
OConnell to resign from or
correct alleged racial inequality
in the Gainesville Gulf and
Country Club.

University of Florida, Gainesville

f The bill) "Clearly
disc ri m incites against
disadvantaged students
especially when you
consider the Florida
Placement Test is
definitely culturally
biased. *
Don Middlebrooks
for student financial aid, $lO for
capital improvements and
$32.50 for activities and
services.
A bill sponsored by Sen.
Robert Saunders of Gainesville
limits freshman enrollment and
also places a limit on the number
of students who may enroll in
compensatory or remedial
programs for students in
four-year colleges. The bill
passed the Senate by a vote of
26-16 and has been referred to
the House Education
Committee.
Saunders* bill limits freshman
enrollment to those who meet
minimum requirements and
limits to no more than five per
cent the number of students
who may enroll in any one year
in such programs as the Critical
Year Program and the Council
on Legal Education Opportunity
program. Those students who do
not meet minimum requirements
could go to junior colleges where
compensatory programs could
also be offered.
Sen. Lee Weissenbom from
Miami warned the bill would
work against those students who
had received an inferior high
school education. Others warned
the bill would continue
segregation on state campuses.
UF Student Body President
Don Middlebrooks said the bill
clearly discriminates against
disadvantaged students

An amendment to the
Public Functions Authority,
known as the Gator Growl Bill,
brought the chairman of the
homecoming activity into that
body.
The Gator Bill established a
committee composed of student

Thursday, June 3, 1971

especially when you consider the
Florida Placement Test is
definitely culturally biased.

TERRY WALTCRf
Look alikos?
All bicycles look alike. And they're all hazards to the motorist.
Cars are the only way. Take this '396' here. A beauty. She'll get you
anywhere. And fast.'' But if a bike can get you where you want to go,
then it, too, is a thing of beauty and a personal asset to brag about.
See more on bikes on page 2.

senate president, the president
of Florida Blue Key and two
senators elected at large by the
senate.
A section of the bill specified
the Chairman of Gator Growl
shall function under the
General Chairman of
Homecoming.
A rider attached to the bOl
during the Tuesday night session
indicated the selection of the
general chairman of Gator Growl
will be held by the committee
after the 1971 affair, whose
chairman has already been
selected by the FBK leadership.
The watered-down version of
the bill came after two bills
asking to place both
Homecoming and Gator Growl
under student government
failed by substantial margins in
the senate. The first two times
the vote was 42-31 and 30-23
against the bills.
Surprisingly, the bill passed
without much argument in the
floor of the senate. When the
two earlier versions of the joint
Homecoming-Gator Growl bill
were presented to the senators,
discussion raged for more than
two hours each time before the
bill went down in defeat.
The senate also elected
officers for the Summer Session.
Former Student Body Vice
President Henry Solares, who

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was named President
Pro tempore.
Sen. Lou Tally (Law)
presented a motion after the
election of Whitley which
delayed the election of the other
officers until the first meeting of
the summer senate. The motion
was approved unanimously.
Hie senate also approved a list
of summer replacements for
senators.
The senate reaffirmed an
earlier law passed one year ago,
which said it was a conflict of
interest to work for the
executive and legislative
branches of SG at the same time.
However, the law, as
interpreted by the senate last
night, does not say anything
about a conflict of interest
between the legislative or
judicial branches of SG. At least
one senate summer replacement
is both a senator and an honor
court justice.
A resolution asking UF
President Stephen C. O'Connell
to resign from the Gainesville
Gulf and Country Club or
correct alleged racial inequities
at the dub, failed to achieve the
necesary two thirds vote.
Along with that resolution the
senate also defeated moves to
pass resolutions asking for the
resignation of President Richard
Nixon and the Irish National
Recognition Resolution."
The latter resolution asked for
support of the outlawed Irish
Republican Army and was
withdrawn when senators
objected to resolutions.
But, the senate approved a
resolution asking the Gainesville
City Commission and the
Alachua County Commission to
take a stand against the war in
Indochina and another giving
support to John Parker.
Budget ammendments to the
1971-72 Student Body Budget
were also approved at the
Tuesday night session.
A short meeting was held
immediately following the
regular meeting to approve
second readings of the two
budget bills, and the
controversial Gator Growl bill.
The Senate will meet again
June 29.



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!, Th Florida Alligator, Thursday, Juna 3,1971

A Bicycle is:
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Some people are proud of
their cars. Some are proud of
their bicycles. You can brag
about a four-speed
transmission or a 10-speed
derailleur. Fancy upholstry or
a tall hernia seat. Power
steering or taped racer
handlebars. No matter what
your bike looks like, it's your
bike and it's always a little
different from the next guy's.
You wouldn't want it stolen
any more than someone
would want their car stolen.
Your bike is your
transportation and it is as
good as any. So you put a
heavy chain and lock on it. A
personalized bicycle. A
flowered basket, a New York
license tag, and fancy chrome
trimmings all say, "That's my
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Many Murphree area residents
spend their free time on the
other side of University Ave. at
the College Inn playing foosball
and pitting themselves against
the pinball machines.
Talking with students, most
are under the general consensus
that the fun in playing pinballs is
being thfeatened. The threat
comes from the recent
enforcement and crackdown in
Alachua County of Florida's
1937 Slot Machine Law.
According to Alachua County
Sherrif Joe Cravesse, the
enforcement came after a UF
law student, Blaise Picchi,
notified him and Attorney
General Bob Shevin that such a
law existed.
The UF pinball players have
expressed their disapproval over
the free games crackdown
conducted by the Alachua
County Sheriffs department.
Most of the College Inn patrons
said they will stop playing
pinball if no more free games are
awarded.
Hal Massey 2UC, said the
player looses out. It takes the
sport out of playing," Massey
said. There is nothing to look
forward to."
I think the interpretation of
the Slot Machine Law is
ridiculous, Dave Kitenplon,
lUC, said. Kitenplon said he
couldn't see any harm caused by
the free games.
It will hurt the College Inn
or any other establishment
which provides pinball
machines, Kitenplon said.
This is probably the last time
I'll play. Whats the sense in
playing if you cant win?"
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that more skill than chance is
involved in playing pinball.
You never see a winner who
isn't killed," Minton said. lt's
the same thing as never
determining a winner in football,
why play? If I can't win free
games anymore then I won't play
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Skill is more predominant
over chance, Alan Whiteside,
lUC, said. I won't spend my
money anymore if free games
are abolished."
Jeff Jones, lUC, said he
thought the interpretation of the
gambling law was ridiculous. I
can't see any reasoning behind
it. I don't know why everyone
else plays pinball but for me its
something to do relaxation,"
Jones said.
No free games is a pretty bad
idea, John Hamer, lUC, said.
There is no use in playing
pinball if you cant win free
games. This is definitely going to
hurt my pinball-playing
patronage.
Charlie Anderson, lUC,
thinks the law has been
misinterpreted. Anderson said he
believed the abolishment of free
games was really going to hurt
the pinball machine owners.
According to Phillip
Blackburn, 2UC, the awarding of
free games from pinball
machines is not worth stopping.
I dont believe free games
should be eliminated," Larry
Griffin, lUC, stated. Griffin also
said he would stop playing and
he believed more skill was
involved than chance.
Mike Martin, lUC, said he
didn't believe pinball machines
were a form of gambling. Its a
waste of time to abolish free
games, Martin said, Why
worry about it when there are so
many other things to worry
about?
According to College Inn
manager, George Loomis, before
the crackdown a two week
adjustment period was allowed

No free games is a
pretty bad idea. There is
no use in playing pinball
if you can't win free
games. This is definitely
going to hurt my
pinball-playing
patronage.
John Hamer, lUC
to rework the machines to stop
free games from being given on
score.
The adjustments were not
costly but time consuming,
Loomis said. The machines
were originally set up to give
free games to high scorers but
this has been reworked.
Loomis said the College Inn
pinball machines are owned by
Barstell company with
percentages going to the College
Inn and the state of Florida.
The state is cutting its own
throat by enforcing the law,
Loomis said. The play on the
pinball machines will probably
be cut by SO per cent. Our
biggest play is foosball rather
than the pinball games
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Loomis said students play
pinball for relaxation not
gambling. The boys come in,
get something to eat and spend a
quarter on the games."
We hold foosball
tournaments every quarter,
Loomis said. Most of the
patronage is from residents of
Murphree area. They like to
come in and compete among
themselves at the machines.
Loomis said he believed the
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again. There is a big difference
between a slot machine and a
pinball machine. With a slot
machine the handle is pulled
once, in pinball the player has
more than one chance.
I would like to challenge
Blaise Picchi to play against
some of the skilled players that
come in here, Loomis said. It
would be interesting to see how
many games he could win on
pure chance.
Loomis said he would like to
see the free games clause
revoked.

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i. The Florida AMgrtor, Thursday, June 3,1971

Middlebrooks cabinet system revised

By JACK STROM
Alligator Writer
The student body presidents
cabinet has been revised,
according to Gail Merein,
administrative assistant.
Under the new cabinet system
there will be five cabinet
officials or secretaries who will
have administrative functions.
Working with each of these
cabinet secretaries will be a
division director in charge of

CSC to hold annual
'Mass on the Grass

By VICKIE RICH
Alligator Copy Editor
The annual spring folk mass, called Mass on the
Grass will be held Sunday at high noon, on the
Reitz Union lawn.
The purpose of the folk mass is to worship God
and to share love and community with one another
and to join in singing such folk hymns as: He Aint
Heavy, Put Your Hand in the Hand of the Man
from Galilee and My Sweet Lord, according to
Father Michael Gannon.
Father Gannon has asked five of six students to
give the sermon, each speaking for approximately
30 seconds on the subject, If I had but one sermon
to give in my life, it would be The speakers
will represent members of different denominations.
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certain areas in their
departments.
The Division of Graduate
Student Affairs was set up this
year at the request of UF
Graduate School Dean Harold
Hanson.
Cabinet department and their
division appointees are:
Ron David has been named
secretary of the department of
Academic Affairs. Divisions
under this department and their
directors include; Division of

folk groups from the Catholic Student Center who
perform at the usual two Sunday folk masses. Mary
Copsey will lead the group.
Everyone is asked to bring a donation of either
food or clothing (especially shoes), to be distributed
among the needy people in Gainesville and
Monteocha-G ordon.
The emblem of the folk mass this spring is the
sunflower representing new life, which we hope
will come to the university, said Father Gannon.
More just and respectful relations between
whites and blacks on campus; more concern for the
problems of the poor, especially in lands ravaged by
war, and more personal devotion to the example
given all mankind by Jesus of Nazareth an
example of peace, love and joy.
It is also a good opportunity to pray for success
on upcoming exams, he added.

Academic Affairs, Jim Gun dry;
Division of S.C.O.R.E. (Student
Commission On Reorganizing
Education), Larry Ballard;
Division of Pulse (public
opinion), Ralph Nobo; Division
of Ombudsman, Butch Garrison.
Department of Consumer
Affairs, new secretary is David
Uhlfelder. Divisions of this
department include Division of
Consumer Affairs, Cliff Black;
Division of Community Affairs,
Tom McCollough; Division of

Environmental Affairs, Tom
Colmenares; Division of
Transportation, Charles Faulds;
Division of V.O.T.E. (Voters Os
The Electorate), Sandy Georgi.
Gary Nevins has been named
secretary of the Department of
Internal Affairs. Divisions:
Division of Legislative Affairs,
David Cardwell; Division of
Interior, Ed Albanesi; Division
of Atheletics, Pete Caterina;
Division of Finance, Jeff Kirsch.
Department of Student
Affairs secretary is Marsha
Kaufman. Divisions include
Division of Married Student
Affairs, Frank Oberhausen;
Division of Minority Group
Affairs, Farley Neasman;
Division of Student Affairs,
Sharon Friedman; Division of
Health and Insurance, Howard
Cummings; Division of Graduate
Student Affairs, Beverly
Thompson.
Department of Student
Services new secretary is Bob
Goodstein. Divisions include
Division of Student Services,
John Rodstrom; Division of
Legal Affairs, Craig Kritzer;
Division of Public Functions,
Weesie Hall; Division of Housing
Authority, Linda Pedretty.
Non-Cabinet officials include:
administrative assistants, Bob
Westbrook, Gail Merein;
Director of Inter-University
Relations, Joel Buchanen;
University Committees
Coordinator, Brent Walker;
Office Manager, Gary Neubert;
Gator Loan Fund Chairman,
Roy Childs; Director of

Communications, Robert Harris
Terry Rigsby.
Cabinet officials who have
been approved by the Student
Senate are: Ron David, David
Uhlfelder, Marsha Kaufman,
Cliff Black, Sandy Georgi, Jeff
Kirsch. The other appointees are
being investigated by the
Student Senate Information And
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Group to work for criminal justice

By JIM SEALE
Alligator Writer
The Organization For
Criminal Justice, a
newly-forming organization
devoted to improving state
prison conditions, is in the
process of drawing up a charter,
according to Organization
member Pat Callahan.
Were working for
rehabilitation within the

Symon selected as editor
of Florida Quarterly

Camille Symon, a fourth year
english major has been named
the new Florida Quarterly editor
for 1971-72.
Miss Symon was chosen out
of a group of applicants by
Quarterly advisors Frank Taylor
(humanities dept.), Doug Prince
(Art dept.) and Ward Helston
(English dept.).
Miss Symon has been working
with the Quarterly since October
1970. She started in the paste-up
dept and worked her way to her
present position. She has been
described by Susan Alverez,
Quarterly production advisor, as,
... very clever. She has a lot of
good ideas, and is a girl who will
follow them through.
The new Quarterly, according

UPD wants feedback
about new uniforms
Campus police are in need of opinions from students on the subject
of the new soft dress uniforms according to Lt. Dudley D. Goulden.
As the result of a gun committee study thattookplace last May, 15
officers were put into the new uniform at the beginning of this
quarter. Now, the police department needs to make a decision on
whether the new uniform should be retained or not. They would like
the opinion of students, Goulden said.
The campus police, in order to get an opinion from students, have
made up forms which can be obtained from any officer or the campus
police station, and can be dropped in any campus mail box to be
returned to the department. All opinions will be welcomed,
Goulden said.

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system, said Callahan, who has
already gone to Tallahassee with
Organization member Harvey
Barnes to talk with Governor
Askew and Division of
Corrections Director Louis
Wainwright.
The Organization, composed
of interested citizens, students,
and professors has members on
several other Florida campuses,
including Florida State and USF.
Basically, the problem with

to Miss Symon, will be out at
the beginning of the summer
quarter. The new edition will
contain a portfolio of
Wood-cuttings by Robert Skelly
along with the usual prose,
poetry and photographs.
Miss Symon wishes to
introduce a new layout system
to the Quarterly. Instead of the
standard 1 picture for every two
pages, she wishes to put 3
pictures for every two pages, and
instead of two poems for every
two pages, four. With this new
system Miss Symon wishes to
use more material so more of the
material submitted by students
may be used.
The Quarterly is now
accepting material for their Fall

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the prison system all boils down
to money, Callahan pointed
out. In Raiford right now we
have 3,600 men in prison
facilities which were built for
only 2,500 men, and the prison
population is ever-increasing,
he said.
One of the main problems
with the way the prison system
is operated, Callahan cited, is
that not enough men are

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Quarterly, so we are accepting
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Their real crime was timing,
said Parole Commission
Chairman J. Hoppe Barker in
leading a unanimous vote to
start interviewing 133 youths
serving felony sentences for
marijuana crimes reduced to
misdemeanor by the legislature.
Parker said the agency will try
to interview every last one of the
offenders scattered throughout
the prison system, in June and
July.,
Priority will be given to first
offenders serving time s for
possession of not more than five
grams of marijuana.
If theyd waited, theyd only
have gotten six months under
the new law so its only fair to
look at all of them. Their real
crime was timing, Parker said.

parolled. At present, only 48
per cent of those eligible for
parole actually are. The
problem, he said, again gets
back to money. The parole
board is so small that it doesnt
have time to adequately review
the cases of or even talk to the
countless numbers of prisoners
applying for parole.
pointed out any
money the state is now spending
on its prisons is being wasted
because it is being misspent.
Right now, the state is pouring
in a lot of money and it just
doesnt work, he commented.
One of the bright spots in the
state prison system is the
Prisoners Community Correction
program. In the Year-old
program, men in their last 12
months of sentence may go to a
city prison and work during
daytime, returning to jail at
night. There are three such
programs presently, including
one in Jacksonville, but a bill
now pending in the legislature
would create sixteen more,
Callahan said.
Another plan which the

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Organization is trying to arrange
for Raiford prisoners are
correspondence courses with the
University. Right now, only
junior college-level courses are
available, Callahan noted.
About 95 per cent of the
blame for this problem must be
put on the legislature. They
must provide the money, said
Callahan, adding that, he
believes Governor Askew is
sincere about wanting to
change prison condition.
Gene Jenkins, assistant to
Corrections Director
Wainwright, told Callahan and
Barnes at their last Tallahassee
visit that the legislature only
reacts to crisis situations.
Jenkins also thinks there will be
another riot at Raiford within a
year because conditions wont
have improved.
Any concerned person
wishing to join the Organization
For Criminal Justice, should
contact Pat Callahan at
373-2886 or Harvey Barnes at
372-1332.

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Four weeks of special diabetic
sessions will be featured at Camp
McConnell in Micanopy this
summer, sponsored by the
Florida Diabetes Association in
cooperation with the YMCA of
the Palm Beaches.
This summer session will mark
the third year the diabetic
program has been held at the
camp after its original initiation
under the direction of Dr.
Joseph Shipt, professor of the
College of Medicine at the UF J.
Hillis Miller Health Center.
Camp McConnell, which lies
in the midst of 282 acres of
beautiful sloping terrain at the
shores of Georges Lake, was
created in 1965 by the YMCA of
the Palm Beaches as a club
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John Simpson, a graduate of the
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both recreational and
educational.
The elective classes offered at
the camp include horseback
riding, sailing, archery, riflery,
canoeing, scuba diving, tennis,
softball and trampoline. Other
special events feature visits to
the cultural and athletic events
of UF.
According to Mr. Bob McNair,
current assistant director of
Camp McConnell, the facility
was founded to give boys in
northern Florida and the
Gainesville area, as well as the
YMCA of the Palm Beaches, an
opportunity for an outstanding
canping experience. Were not
merely a summer babysitting
service, we have a well-rounded
camping program to which we
welcome anyone.
We feel we have one of the
finest camps in the United
States, he said. Its a shame
that more people dont know
about it.
McNair, who will graduate
from UF in June with a B.A. in
sociology, said that the first year
the diabetic program was
introduced to the camp, he was
unsure of its success. When we
first specialized in the diabetic
camping sessions, we were
uncertain of ourselves, but now
with two successful years behind
us, were more comfortable in
the idea. This is a vital program
that we provide for the diabetic
children.
He cited the steady increase in
the number of youngsters
attending the program as
evidence of this. Forty-six
diabetic campers went to the
sessions the first year, 101 came
the following year, and an even
greater number is expected to
attend this years camp which
can accomodate 210 persons.
McNair said it is difficult to
distinguish where the regular
boys session stops and where
the diabetes session begins..
Theyre really just normal!
healthy kids.
Mrs. Jack Van Der .Beek,
Camp McConnell Secretary, said
for years there were no
well-supervised camps that
diabetic children could attend
and receive 24-hour a day
attention. But, through this
camp program where children
can meet other children and help
each other with their problems,

they can do a lot for
themselves.
Mrs. Van Der Beek, who is
herself a diabetic, was cited by
the American Diabetic
Association in 1963 for her
outstanding work in this field.
She said countless parents have
written that their children have
better attitudes toward life after
attending the camp.
It helps them to overcome
the psychological restrictions of
the disease and consequently
they are not hospitalized as
much. The camp helps them to

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Editorial
Meet our needs!
A committee recommendation should be worth
something.
Especially if it is a committee which you have appointed.
President OConnell has proven time and time again that
he doesnt agree.
Two months before the April 15 crisis, the Presidents
Council of Minority Affairs unanimously supported the
creation of a separate department of minority affairs headed
by a black vice preisdent, dean or director.
In the introduction to their report the council stated:
The University of Florida has the opportunity and
mandate to act as a pioneer in the state, region and nation
regarding meaningful educational opportunities for the
disadvantaged and/or minorities in addition to its
established superiority as an institution of higher education.
Equitable opportunities for all the people of this state (i.e.
to correct past and to remove present inequities) can be
achieved with greater facility and efficiency with the
implementation of bold and innovative programs. Necessary
to the success of such programs are organizational and
administrative structures which can and will expedite the
accomplishment of the goals and equal opportunity for all.
The proposal is supported by such groups as the Arts &
Sciences faculty, the Veterans for Peace, Student
Government, the American Federation of Teachers, the
American Association of University Professors, the
Inter-fraternity Council and others. Such individuals as the
mayor of Gainesville and the president of Florida Blue Key
are also backing the proposal.
The Alligator supports it too.
We feel there should be an administrator at this level who
is able to communicate with the minority students on
campus.
And we believe the person who holds this position should
be able to communicate with all the minority groups on
campus.
The major objection to the position seems to be that it
could be construed as racism in reverse.
In disagreeing with this, we agree with Mitch Dasher.
I felt the position was not tinged with racism, since
superiority and domination are not the key issues. What is
at stake, however, is the attempt of impotent citizens to
effect a meaningful educational change in a brutal
situation, he said.
The needs of the university and the students are
changing. The university administration hierarchy has to
change also.
The Presidents Council of Minority Affairs thinks so.
Lets make our committee recommendations worth
something.
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Okay, gang, let's hear it for an all-volunteer
army. Hey! whered everybody go?"
What master plan has set
*
the course of our lives

By M.T. HEADE
In the recently passed few
weeks I have been giving great
thought to the goings on
between the university system
and the great protectors of our
interest, the legislative body
of our state.
I must admit, Im not as adept
at situation analysis as many of
those around us who are indeed
such prolific masters, yet I have
come up with what I consider to
be a small gleaming insight into
the crisis at hand.
I now offer it up for all
opinionated approval.
To begin with, the situation
begins with the background
knowledge of the state of
confusion, er state of Florida.
We are certainly fast becoming a
state of the future, that is if you
consider over-growth and
pollution as the future. At any
rate, to manage this fantastic
growth plan, The State must be
highly appealing to all. This plan
must not fail, therefore, all
undesirable elements are slowly,

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but expediently being removed
from the scene.
Just what are undesirables?
Well, you know, migrant
workers, blacks, subversives,
and, of course, students who do
not follow the status quo. The
first few categories are easily
taken care of, but what of the
students? They do present a
different task, because getting
rid of them requires more than
just purging the old ivy halls.
The plan takes shape.
To get them out you just
make things so stiff that no sane
person would waste his time
there. How? Legally legislate
everything you need, thats how.
Now, part one becomes
concrete. But the surprise ending
to my formulation?
Quite simple really. Little

Ken McKinnon
Managing Editor

known to most, I have a bit of
secret info. The Army, in its
infinite wisdom, has threatened
to remove so many of its
life-giving bases (Navy too!)
unless the volunteer army facade
comes to pass. Well anyway, if
you have caught any of these
army commercials where they
offer to join you up, you will
quickly see that compared to the
way things may be going to in
the old college-life grind, i.e.
higher tuition, no unauthorized
speakers, controlled existence
the old rugged army just might
be the coming scene.
Now I must admit that this is
only speculation, but, have you
any other explanations
concerning the intricate
workings of the lawmakers
mind?

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READERS FORUM

Water
Editor:
Indeed a deal is a deal.
However, it seems that 56 years
is a long enough time to live up
to a deal. You state that the
university is the backbone of our
local economy, and you are
correct. The cost of the water is
a burden upon the students, the
faculty and other residents of
Gainesville. The cost of the
water must be passed on to the
taxpayers in some fashion. This
takes the form of increased
utility taxes. The water is not
free in the sense that no one is
paying for it. It is only free in
that an obligation which should
be carried by all of the taxpayers
of Florida is being carried by a
small minority of taxpayers. For
your information, the figure of
$130,000 used by Sen. Saunders
is considerably lower than what
the 1970-71 cost will actually
be.
We like having the university
here and try to do everything we
can to support and improve it.
None the less, we believe that it
is unreasonable to ask the city to
continue furnishing water
free.
Richard T. Jones
EAG
Editor:
Probably fewer than 2% of
the university community is
aware of a project that will
injuriously affect the entire
environmental integrity of the
University of Florida. The
project is called the
cross-campus loop road. Briefly,
what is planned is a four lane
highway to run right past Cory
Village, with a one-way two lane
highway extension that will
circle Lake Alice. The main
purpose of the road to
facillitate Gainesville traffic
through the campus, south to
the Bivens Arm once the road is
extended past Archer road. It
will also carry 1-75 traffic once it
is extended west to 34th street.
Not only will this road
eliminate Lake Alice as a
recreational spot for Cory
Village children, it will also
invade the tranquil academic
environment of the campus and
replace it with all the
dehumanizing problems that
accompany a highway. To add
insult to injury, the road isnt
even meant to serve the
members of the university
community. It will instead serve
local and non-l ; pecyple n wjio I
seek tq save a ~ |ew r jpiiuUes ]
driving time by whistling
through the campus at sixty
miles an hour.
This road is totally
contridictory to the emerging
ethics of the 19705. The time
has now come for us to
recognize that the bulldozers of
progress must be balanced with
other. pressing social

needs. The tranquil academic
environment of this campus,
which is at stake here, is more
important than this road. If it
takes people 10 extra minutes to
bypass the campus, then I not-so
regretfully submit that this is a
relatively inexpensive price to
pay for the tranquil
surroundings essential to any
large university.
Brad Raffle
President EAG
Thanks
EDITOR:
We the people of the
Gainesville Music Festival want
to thank you the brothers and
sisters of Gainesville who made
the festival so together. We also
would like to express our
deepest heartfelt thanks to those
many people who when help was
needed, without any hesitance,
came to our aid. Without all
these folks the Gainesville Music
Festival never could have
happened. All of us tired and
satisfied people look at the
Gainesville Music Festival with
smiles on our faces and in our
hearts because of the beautiful
togetherness of May 21, 22, 23,
1971.
We care about the people first
and the last thing we would like
to see is any rip off in
Gainesville. But we believe that
the people of Gainesville can see
where things are at. And
remember the Karma comes
back.
So keep those rose-colored
glasses on but just be aware of
the rocks under your feet.
Thank you all, brothers and
sisters.
Peace and Love,
Gainesville Music Festival
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Midterm
Editor:
In reference to the article
Midterm, printed in the Alligator
Monday, I would like to post my
observations. I also participated
in taking the Atg 305 midterm,
so I feel that I am qualified to
comment on the article.
About the only factual
statement in the article was on
the length of the test anything
else had no basis, whatsoever.
The student, who wrote the
article seemed to imply that he
was so exhausted after taking
the test that he had to be carried
from the room, although later
on in the evening he recovered
enough energy to write the
lengthy article. It is just possible
that if he had spent a little more
time preparing for the test
instead of .doing other things he

woiildnt have to sit home and
cry sour grapes.
As far as Dan Smith coming
from that Big Ten school, Ohio
State, maybe the student who
wrote the article would check in
on that school. He will find that
it is one of the top 10 graduate
schools in the field of
accounting in the country, if not
in the top five. We are finally
getting some young, energetic
and enthusiastic accounting
teachers who are trying to
improve the accounting program
at this university. Why try to cut
them short now?
Im assuming that the
accounting student who wrote
the article is an accounting
major. He stated in the article
that the questions on the test
were not in the same format as
was given in class or the text.
Since when is the teacher
required to do this? Are we here
just, to sit and regurgitate
knowledge or are we here to
learn, think and understand? As
long as the test covers the ideas
(which it did) that were covered
in the class it is that students
obligation to completely
understand it so he is able to
apply them. I can assure you,
whoever you are, that when it
comes down to taking the CPA
test, they are not going to put it
in the same format that it is in
the text, youll have to
understand what is going on
behind that format.
Also, hearsay, is hardly
admissable in a hangmans court,
pal, If you had made an attempt
to see Dan Smith on either
Wednesday or Thursday for hejp
in understanding the material,
maybe you wouldnt be
complaining now. The fact is, he
was in his office from 9 to 3 on
Wednesday and 1 to 5 on
Thursday. So before you start
sounding off, why not gather all
your information correctly.
If this is any indication of
whats going on in the honorary
accounting fraternity, maybe
that organization needs some
overhauling too.
Name Withheld
Student power
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Editor:
How many times has it
happened to you? You get your
car, stereo, bike or whatever
fixed in this town and you are
charged three times what its
worth. You go to buy some
clothes or school supplies or
furniture and the prices are
unreasonably exorbitant. The
merchants in this town have
been gypping students for years.
We are discriminated
The merchants in Gainesville ake
the bigots and the student is the
nigger.
An attempt to protect our
rights has been initiated in the
Department of Consumer Affairs
of Student Government. A
student-operated Better Business
Bureau is being started on the
jhird floor Reitz Union.- It will

be a viable and effective defense
for all of us only if students are
willing to cooperate.
There will be three possible
ways we will be able to assert
our power:
Consumer Complaint
Form: If some merchant cheats
you, come up to the third floor
of the Reitz Union and fill out a
form. If you cant get over there,
call SG and we will send it to
you. We will investigate and
determine whether legal action is
possible.
Fair Practice and
Commendation Form: Did some
merchant give you a fair shake?
Did he go beyond protocol to
treat student decently? We need
to know about this person or
business. He is valuable to us and
other students should also know
that there are peojJffe in this
town we can trust. If any good
experience happens to you,
please get a form from the
Union, third floor.
Business Information
Form: Are you operating from
your dorm or apartment selling
or fixing bikes, cars, stereos,
etc.? Are you starting a new
business? We want to know
about it. We want it on our
records so we can tell other
students. Please fill out a form.
Once again, pick it up at the
Union.
In order for this service to be
effective, we need to compile a
comprehensive file. The last
phase of this operation is to
produce a Student Consumers
Guide. We also hope to initiate a
phone service where students
may call up to find out what
merchants in Gainesville will
treat us honestly. The Student
Better Business Bureau is at
everyones service. To protect all
our interests, the Student Better
Business Bureau must work.
Mark Gilson

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Column
Editor:
I was pleased to read that the
Alligator has printed several
sports columns of mine,
including a recent three-part
series on pro football *7l.
However, I would like to correct
an error made in the printing of
Mondays Alligator.
I wrote in one of my
columns: Larry Csonka is the
best fullback in football.
However, Mondays Alligator
contained the following
statement: Larry Csonka is the
best player in football. This
was obviously not what I wrote.
There have been several
typographical errors made in
regard to my sports columns,
but this has been the most
blatant. I may give an opinion as
to who the best player in
football is at some later date,
but I did not intend to make
such a judgment in my column
of May 31.
David Miller, 7ED
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writer diows just cause. The
editor reserves the right to edit all
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EAG 70-71
A hohum year
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by JAN GODOWN
Alligator Staff Writer
Life magazine came to town last fall, researching for a stor^gp?^ /
what students at UF were doing to help the
about UF never appeared.
Maybe it was because students dont care anymoreJprmore Jjfely,
Life didnt find the kind of ecology movement hp|Wney
write about. At UF this year, there has envircJMkal
movement with a capital M.
Environmental Action Group (EAG), JK organizatijv
students think of in terms of the
survived the year. Shaken by the chanflover of
presidents, financial doldrums and a laclKf numbers
workers, the group almost suffocated. Aflne end of the yeaH>ne
member says, Maybe we have seven
Population Growth, EAGs sister organiM[ioifl^^^^B^BP*|
Environmentally speaking, it was a ho-hS year.
Still some small steps were taken. Nae loving observers wu^Br
Alligator Albert, seventh in a seriesmf mascots
tormented in his small Century Tower
enjoy Lake Alice.
An increase in the number of bicyclists oflpK spurring
plans for a campus-wide bike system.
Recycling of aluminum cans begun.
petered out, it was termed beneficial. One student said,
know now that throwing away a can without a thought to
wrong.
But the mass movement of caring students did not exist. Beer cans
and trash multiplied at the favorite off campus green spot, the

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and heavier. At an Earth Week lecture, five people turned out.
Instead it was the individuals on campus who quietly did what they
like Dr. David Anthony, Hal Barcey, Dr. Seymour
Carr, Dr. George Cornwell, Dr. Joe Little, Brad
RaffleamMoberts pop up in the mind.
his wife Marjorie and Roberts were instrumental
in heKao arkthe public to the point where President Richard
M. Niaultedlk on the Cross-Florida Barge Canal.
Bor IRtfie nationally used Man in Balance with
N|vl'< president of EAG, launched a successful
the the chemical spray Mirex, and started
wlli
with iqased emphasis on walking and bicycling
Little to the Campus Planning and Land
his active work with the Wildlife
k Ecology Lab and counsel^KAG.
There are others Seaman, a graduate student in biology
Dr. Sam professor in geology, are mentioned
numversation environmentalists.
Lindquist, professor in University College, is given
the ecoldoirected interest found in area high school
studentnfadquup also president of the Alachua Conservation
Council.
Current jRKit of EAG, Brad Raffle, attended the White House
ConfereiMjPFYouth this year. While at the meeting in Colorado, he
fotsumfm several proposals concerning conservation of natural
ppfPrces that are now being reviewed by the Presidents Committee.
Alan Sandler, a past EAG president, who finished his graduate work
in March is now training high school instructors for environmental
teaching.

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PRICES GOOD MON., MAY 31 Thra SUN., JUNE 6
SUCK DOG & CUCK THRIFTY MAID SLICED OR CRI^HED
Cot Food a 10* Pineapple 10*
A-B- AU FLAVORS
Hot Sauce .10 c Royal Gelatins.... ~ 10*
KRAFT THRIFTY MAID
Prepared Mustanl -1 Puddings ~ 10 e
THRIFTY MAID CREAMETTE *
Tomato Sauce .... -10* Elbow Macaroni... ~ 10*
DAWN FRESH PLANTER CORN CHIPS, CHEESE BALLS &
Mushroom Sauce .. -10* Cheese Curls 10*
BRILLO PLANTERS
Soap Pads 10* Onion Rings -10*
CRACKIN' GOOD PROFESSIONAL
Potato Sticks ..... -10* Rubbing Alcohol... -10 c
SWEETHEART TRAY JACKS
Bathroom Soap.... -10* Sandwich Cookies 10*
CARNATION DIXIE DARLING
Skim Milk 10* Dinner Rolls -10*
FIRESIDE JIFFY
Marshmallow 10* Corn Muffin Mix .. -10*
Quantity Right* Kwurvnd ASTOR PIAIN OR lOOiZED
WINNOUIt STOWS, INC COfYttOMT t*TI SALT 2601
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3 $1 IP si!fi%
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Bread 2 59* Buns 2 49* Ar ToN .vf 0 r S
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Buns 2st 49* Strudel £ 59* u 39
large white heads T. g. lee
Cauliflower 49* Fruit Punch 3 .^* s 1 00
LARGE HEADS W-0 BRAND MEATY
Green Cabbage 2 39* Plate Beef Stew 39*
HARVEST HUSH SONNYLANO SMOKED
Yellow Onions 3 39* Pork Sausage r $ 1 59
Orange Drink ....V . . 3>^ $ 1 00 All Meat Weiners 89*
3421 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE. open on Sunday 130 N.W. 6TH ST.
HIWAY 441, HIGH SPRINGS UOl N. MAIN ST.
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Cut Beets 10* Chopped Sauerkraut 1O e 9 99 c
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Turkeys 49 c Hams 99 c Bologna ... 69 c Cheese.... z 39 c 3 M OO
Gr. Beef .5 $ 2 89 Rump Roast - $ 1 39 Corn Beef 3 1 Cheese Food 79 MuAins
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Pork Roast. 49 c Round Roast $ 1 49 Biscuits .... -1 Cr. Cheese. 27 c 3 1
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

FOSt SALE
x*x-x-x-:-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-xw^
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-3t-150-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-st-147-p)
moving, must sell like new 2 9x12
carpets lpair floor length drapes 1
bedspread & matching drapes kitchen
curtains electric carpet sweeper
376-9683 (A-st-147-p)
Kawasaki 500 Mach 111 very good
condition contact Don 392-8718
(A-st-147-p)
Roberts 1725 reel to reel, 8 track
recorder, Fisher 20 sealed speakers,
Pioneer SE3O phones, 20,000 feet of
quality tape all for $325, 376-3295
(A-st-147-p)
Its a big sale on all sorts of obsolete
electronic goodies. Come early for
best selection. T.A.U., Inc. 717 N.W.
First St. 376-0624 (A-st-147-p)
Cotdspot 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)
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)
DON'T merely briten your
carpets. .Blue Lustre
them,. .eliminate rapid resolling.
Rent electric shampooer sl. Electric
upholstery shampooers also available.
Lowry Furniture Co. (A-ts-c)
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.s 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 Mt.
Vernon apts. N 0.75 $325
(A-st-148-p)
180cc_ yamaha good appearance,
excellent running condition $295
481-2848 try after 10pm or 8-10a.m.
(A-st-148-p)
MUNTZ STEREO Direct factory
distributor for Marantz, Nikko,
Benajamin, Garrard, Shure, Empire
Sony, Hitachi, Dual, Kenwood,
TEAC, Panasonic, Koss, ADC,
WHARFDALE, Bix Lux and many
others. $475 Marantz System 111
$349 $1.59 C-60 Blank Cassette 59
cents $2.99 80 Min Btr. Blank $1.49
- $19.95 Stereo Headphone $8.95
$49.95 Stereo Changer BSR $24,95
$49.95 Cassette Player $26.50
$69.95 Home Speakers (pair) $39.95
- $9.95 Diamond needles $4.80
$99.95 50 WATT Amp $59.95 For
many more factory direct savings see
MUNTZ STEREO 319 NW 13th St.
GUARANTEED LOWEST PRICES.
CINEMA I AT: 2:10
4:05-6:00-7:55-9:50
CINEMA 2-AT: 2:50*
5:15-7:40-10:05
Jmsi Cltwft
-the.
starring
Michael Omar
Caine Sharif
IBS

SxXrXrXtXxXxXrXxXxXxXxXXX::;:::;::
FOR SALE
24 ft Catamaran hulls and two axle
trailer, molded ply, FG reinforced
construction, S6OO or make offer,
378-6594, Tom (A-st-148-p)
Stereo am-fm radio amplifier,
connections for tape deck, turntable,
& tape recorder, speakers Included,
great buy $l2O or best off. 372-7930
(A-4t-149-p)
Six cubic foot Frlgidaire Refrigerator
- good sedition S2O Call 392-7125
(A-4t-149-ip)
Honda P 50. Excellent condition, was
coed transportation to school.
Helmet Included. SIOO. call Mary
376-8736 after 5 pm (A-4t-149-p)
1970 mobile home 2 bedroom front
utility or study must sell phone
373-4347 after 4:30 pm (A-4t-149-p)
Magnovox Multiplex amplifier 20
watts with two speakers in walnut
cabinet. Value S2OO will sell for $125
only 4 months old. I need the
money. Call Jim 373-3043
(A-4M49-P)
Rote-army officer dress green
uniform, hat/gold braid size 38 worn
one time call Brent 373-3969
(A-3t-148-p)
Kustom 200 watt amp with rev, vib,
and fuzz. 3-15 jensen spks. Foot
switch and covers Included. Asking
$450. Must sell. Call 392-8239
(A-3t-150-p)
Fisher 65 watt stereo receiver w/dual
1009 record player Koss head phones
and And Dyn. speakers. w/Wrnty.
$450 new S3OO aft 6 378-5083
(A-3t-150-p)
Hurtin Gator has a knight 870
transistor stereo amp 70 watts-full set
of filters-indivtdual treble and bass
controls inputs for phono, tape
tuner, headset, 2aux-speaker phasing
control-stereo reverse-tape monitor
walnut case will sacrifice $75 also bsr
mini-changer S2O drew 373-1919
(A-2t-150-p)
SPEAKERS! 2 Jenson Lifetime 12
inch Bass spkrs. Very powerful;
perfect shape. S2O each ($75 list).
Howard 392-8827 (A-2t-150-p)
Triumph 500 cc clean first $450.00
takes it. stereo equip, amp turntable
and speakers lyr old worth $350 will
take $225 also port 8 track guild
guitar like new 376-8741 1402 nw 6
pi. (A-3t-150-p)
1969 500 cc. Triumph cycle S7OO
Dual carbs. Runs well. Call Rick
376-8524 (A-3t-150-p)
general electric stereo and am-fm
radio in compact cabinet with
speakers best price call 378-7547
(A-2M51-P)
1967 Yamaha 250 2 helmets $250
call Bob at 373-2807 after 6pm
(A-2t-151-p)
Humanities music need recording?
for sale cassette machine sony
. TCIOOA complete with all cables and
some cassettes $45 call 378-3480
(A-2M51-P)
1967 CLI6O honda scrambler
rebuilt engine, enduro knobbles,
good condition, new paint, helment
included, make offer, 378-3316
221-Bflavet 111 (A-2t-151-p)
1-wheel luggage trailer, retractable
legs, bumper hitches, excellent for
camping. S4O. call 372-0046 after
5:30 (A-2t-151-p)
REFRIGATOR $25 cool deal
BROILER-BAKER S2O hot sale also
for reduced price (50 cents) one little
brother call Tom 392-7287
(A-ltlsl-p)
learn to play 5-strlng banjo this
summer, like new tempo only SSO.
Includes two free lessons, call John at
392-7221 after six. (A-3t-151-p)
67 Chevrolet 4-dr sedan, radio,
heater, SI,OOO firm call George
372-4305 (A-3t-151-p)
GREAT DEAL Desk and desk
chair, plus desk lamp. $25. Or make
me an offer. You wont find a desk
and chair for less. Rich 372-6772
(A-2t-151-p)
household goods: complete set dishes
& silverware, end table, antique
console phonograph, 2 9x12 rugs,
carpet sweeper & more, cheap
378-8548 (A-2t-151-p)
kawasakl 100 good on road and off
550 miles 5 speed knobby tires
getting married must sell $350 or
best offer Anne 373-3718
(A-2t-151-p)
Beautiful mens neckties colorful
prints stripes, wild-conservative, all
handmade, perfect graduation or
fathers day gift $4 each 376-7217
(A-2t-151-p)
Harmon-Kardon stereo, 50-watt,
am-fm, Garrard AT-60 Turntable,
Diamond elliptical cartridge, HK-40
speakers, S3OO or best offer
372-8896 (A-2t-151-p)

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FOR SA LE
X-X-X-X-X-X-SX-X-X-X-X-X-X-Xv:'/:-!-'-!-:*
GUITAR steel strings, excellent
condition. MUST SELL for financial
reasons t $35. Call 392*7743
anytime. (A*2t*lso-p)
Two seal point Siamese kittens for
sale, either or both. Utter trained.
Call 378-0596 Day or night.
(A-2t-150-p)
Fine REC-O-KUT turntable, 2 large
-JORDAN speakers, 1 small utility
speaker, all in good condition, cheap,
Call: 378-8459 (A-2t-150-p)
Girls Columbia 26" bike. Chain and
basket included. Good condition,
S2O. Call 373-4087 after 7 P.M.
(A-2M50-P)
Yamaha twin lOOcc helmet included
best offer, double bed mattress and
box springs sls. 2 dining rm chairs
$5 ea. phone 373-2558 leave message
(A-3t-150-p)
Must sell everything in my apt.
including dishes, rug, wall hangings,
and even bicycle. 1829 nw 2 ave.
Nanci (A-2t-150-p)
Refrigerator.. .5.5 cubic feet.. .tan
body, walnut top.. .made by
mlnerva.. .one year old. .fine
condition. .fifty dollars.. .call
392-8196 (A-2t-150-p)
12x12 acrylan rug, gold color, with
matching pad. only slightly used,
asking $175. call 378-4572
(A-3t-150-p)
New WILSON tennis racket never
used jack kramer model cost 30. new
asking 20. or best offer, call after
spm 378-3851! Dont HESITATE
(A-2t-150-p)
Panasonic 4 track stereo tape
recorder in good condition, four
years old. Orlg. $179.95 Now S7O.
Call Del 378-3972 after 5. ?
(A-3M50-P)
3 speed boy's 26 excellent cond.
basket $35 call 376-0217
(A-lt-151-p)
Need bread! wish to sell sony 252-D
reel to reel very cheap 100.00 Also
need roomate 42.50 p/m plus utls.
call 378-3014 722 NE 3rd Ave.
(A-2t-151-p)
FOR SALE AR3 SPEAKERS brand
NEW must sell, SYEAR WARRNTY
call 373-3656 before 6pm, after 6pm
call 378-0707 (A-2t-151-p)
Auction Sat. 5 7:30 p.m. antiques,
new, used 8 mis. Item Col. Wylie
Cobb auctioneer Cobb* Auction
House 41 south Archer Fla. phone
495-2711 (A-2t-151-p)
RECORD SPECIAL scratch free
records for only 2.25 beetles stones
and many more Call Dave at
392-8937 or 211 Reid (A-lt-151-p)
Gl RL*S BIKE 3 speed, new baskets,
w/horn & light, lock also, looks okay,
runs great, S4O, call brian, 373-3280
or come to 1003 sw 6th ave
(A-2t-151-p)
Frlgidaire refridgerator full size runs
great perfect for dorm $25 call
392-8558 (A-lt-151-p)
Rug-12x15-avocado good condition,
only S2O! call 392-7705 (A-lt-151-p)
1970 Suzuki 350 II just 2500 miles
red; 40 hp very fast want $650 but
will take best offer 12000 mile
warranty call 392-9899 come see
(A-2t-151-p)
Stereo: Garrard Zero 100 base cover
8 M9l E-$169; Dual ttS. 25% Off;
Miracord tts. 30% off; Scott S 15
spks $79. Much more. 378-9192
(Ar2t-151-p)
FOR RENT
x : x*:*x*^
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)
$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 15 st
(B-st-142-p)
S7O/mo your own private bdrm in a
4-bdrm a/c poolside apt. Free color
tv $ utilities. Near tennis 8 handball
courts. LaMancha Apts. 378-7224
(B-9t-144-p)
live in the place this summer 67.50
per mo. no utilities, will forgeit
damage deposit of S4O call 372-5247
or 373-3121 (B-st-146-p)
private rooms 2 blocks north campus,
male graduates students only $65
mo. air conditioned kitchen washer
dryer year (ease phone 378-8122
now. (B-10t-146-p)
couples!! bedroom furn. apt. ac &
heat electric kitchen pool quiet take
over mid-June through summer may
renew call 376-9683 (B-st-147-p)

FOR RENT
>X*X*X-X*X-X-X ; X ; X ; X ; X ; X ; X ; X ; X ; X ; : ; X : X ;
Sublet-spacious 1-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)
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 close
to campus $l5O summer quarter, air
cond. and maid service call Mike at
372-9444 (B-st-147-p)
Female, sublet and share a beautiful
trailer in Mobile City. Now or In
June. Air Cond. T.V. Call anytime
(373-1364) (B-st-148-p)
SUBLET for summer quarter, two
bedroom apt. % block from Tigert air
cond., carpet call 373-3424
(B-3t-149-p)
comfortably furnished 2 brm apt
sublet summer with opt for fall
central a/c 8 heat carpeted 3 blk.
from campus 1326 n.w. 3rd ave.
378-2151 (B-4t-149-p)
LIVE IN STYLE 1 male for
landmark 121 june rent free pool ac
d-washer move in june 10. good deal,
do not miss It call 376-3683.
(B-4t-149-p)
Live CHEAP over the summer! Share
an apt at Univ. Gardens TV pool
liberal roommates + extras Only S3O
+ utilities! call 378-6353 (B-3t-149-p)
sublet THE PLACE summer qtr
4-bdrm penthouse, poolside, ac get a
S9O apt for only $76! utl. Incl. sauna,
dishwasher, etc. call 378-0756
anytime (B-4t-149-p)
The PLACE: Men you can rent a
Penthouse apt. this summer with a
priv bdrm, pool, sauna, dishwashr
etc. for what you presently pay for
an apt. one vacancy call 372-9972
(B-4t-149-p)
mature, neat male roommate wanted
for sum. *. private bedroom, cable
TV, a.c., stereo, back/front yard,
located behind galnes. mall $57.50
per month + V* utilities call 378-9061
(B-4t-149-p)
s3l/mth own room In 4 bdrm house
+ V util, walking distance to campus
female wanted to sublet june 2 sept
11. fan carpet S2O. deposit 376-7611
(B-4t-149-p)
G*vllle hllton for rent! 5 bedrooms
2Â¥r bedrooms, fireplace, wall to wall
carpet, Vt block from campus. $235
per mon. July august rent call
378-4091 (B-3t-150-p)
WANTED Male Grad Stud, for
summer air cond. pool etc. $42.50
plus utilities. Call after 6 378-5083
(B-3t-150-p)
Available June 10 private rooms. S6O
+ utilities, kitchen prvtgs, tv room,
liberal, near campus, 1204 nw 3rd
ave 378-0390 or 378-7237
(8-3t-150-p)
FREE JUNE RENT sublet summer
Hawaian Village 2bdrm 2 bath $55
mo call 373-2212 HELP US
PLEASE (B-2t-150-p)
$95 for the whole summer at
.LANDMARK! 107 male roommate'
needed to move In now! pool, air
conditioning tv call 378-4045 NOW!
(B-3t-150-p)
2 quiet freaks own room-modern
house 535 ne 12th court $41.25
378-2857 house located behind
thriftway on waldo road off sth
avenue (B-2t-150-p)
sublease for summer 3 bdrm Hawaiian
village apt S4OO for whole apt. no
deposits, on pool, call 378-4092 apt.
137. call or stop by (B-3t-150-p)
ROOMMATES wanted for Landmark
for summer quarter, air conditioned,
dishwasher, pool. $l9O a month, call
Jean or Diane after 5:30 (B-4t-149-p)
The Place: 1-2 roommates for smr.
Poolside apt. dishwasher tv sauna ac
private room. Rent negociable. Call
372- or come by apt. 123
(B-4t-149-p)
FREE JUNE RENT needed 3 male
roomates Hawaiian Village 2 bdrm
2bath $55/mo for summer call
373- (B-2t-150-p)
** 4
the place: 2 to share penthouse apt.
private bedroom, ac, sauna, pool,
utilities free. $175 for entire summer,
available June 6 to Sept. 15 oh
378-7314 (B-3t-150-p)
The Place: need guys to share
spacious flat total 210 ea entire
summer Includes utilities dishwasher
pool sauna call anytime 372-7202
(B-2t-151-p)

FOR R^INT
try co-operative living at georgla
seagle hall I all the comforts of home:
24-hr. open house, 3 meals/day, color
tv, privacy, all for only 6220/quarter.
call 376-8941 or come by at 1002 w.
unlv. ave. open summer and presently
accepting applications for fall. A
CO-ED co-operative! (B-2t-151-p)
Sublet 2 bdrm, IV* bath, A/C, carpet
throughout, pool, near unlv. available
July 1. call 373-2526 after spm
Tanglewood Manor (B-2t-151-p)
Landmark -24! four people (any sex)
for summer. June rent free. 695 all
2bdrm furnished. Dishwashers, pool,
healthroom. call 373-2933 or
373-3107 (B-2t-151-p)
whole frenchquarter apt $27-mo. 4
parsons no deposits 378-9057
(B-2t-151-p)
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FOR RENT
2 BDRM apt *sAno air cond.
mostly turn, pet* ok, kMs same, no
lease deposit, near mall, not Just for
summer call Dan Ppm-11pm
378-3533 (B-3t-150*p)
Male roommate wanted to share 2 br
ant two block from campus SIOO for
entire summer + util. Prlv. br. kitchen
call 378-7727 or 378*5532
(B-3M50-P)
SUBLET 3br lba. house fenced yd.
turn. $285 for entire summer 2015
nw 35 av. call 376*8864 at night
(B-3t-150-p)
sublet summer: large furnished 2 bdr
apt 3 blks from campus, ac quiet
neighbors 127.50/tno lease renewable
couples only 1716 nw 3rd av.
378-7010 (B-3t-150-p)
1-3 female roommates for summer
Village Park. June rent free. Call
378-0622 or come by N 0.102.
(B-3t-150-p)
OESPARATE have very hip house to
rent 3 bedroom ac tv completely
furnished great neighborhood 130 a
month call 378-0711 keep calling
(B-3t-150-p)
ONE MONTH FREE-THE PLACE,
pay only $165 for the entire summer
quarter, free utilities, ac, color tv call
Steve 378-9270. (B-3t-150-p)
Desperate OerHngs Desire two
female roommates to live In prtly
furn. house own bedrm one blk
from med center. sllO for sum qtr
373-3106 (B-3t-150-p)
House for rent 3 bedroom air
conditioned 1 block from campus
1319 nw 3rd avenue (B*2t*lSo-p)
French Quarter Apt. Sublet for the
Summer 2-bedroom afr-cond. pool
$360 for the entire summer call
378-4784 evenings (6-3t-150-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)
One female roommate for summer;
a/c, private room, 3 blocks from
campus, $35 per month, share
utilities, phone 378-1246, Deble
(B-st-147-p)
Own Bedroom in beautiful la bonne
vie town house only $175 for summer
quarter call 373-4478 (B-2t*151-p)
couples-girls. 2 bdrm house for
summer, ac-fla. rm-2 car garage pets
- kids cable come and look at a
bargain. 376-2944 aft. 6 or 392-2327
1-5 pm (B-st-148*p)
hawalian village 2 bdr townhouse
poolside air furn, dishwasher call
3 7 3-1701 eve. best offer.
(B-4t-148-p)
sublet: for summer with option for
fall l bedroom furnished apt. in nw
section, large rooms call 372-9708
(B-st-148-p)
Landmark! Helpl sublease for the
entire summer S3OO avail. June 14
two bedrm dishwasher 2 pools a/c
call 378-8143 anytime (B*4t-149*p)
Good Cheap Deal for Summer! Fred.
Garden Apts. In Sin City AC and
pool 2 bedrooms for 4 people. Call
376-0713 Apt. 70 (B-st-147*p)
P M
PATHS OF*
GLORY
directed by
STANLEY KUBRICK
in the Anti-War Serial
At a time when many films are
sentimentalising and even
glorifying the slaughter of World
war l, Stanley Kubrick's Paths
of Glory" explodes with a barrage
Os realism on the motion picture
screen. The young director, whose
subsequent cinematic views on
war were savagely satirized in
S tr angeleve, is brutally
In novelist Humphrey
Cobbs story about a French army
caught between murderous
, gunfire and the sadistic
ambitions of its commanding
general.
Thursday, June 3
5:30,8:00,10:30
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Sponsored by tha Union Film
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FOR RE NTT
QUIET! 2 rooms available In 4br
house this summer. Big yard. Leave
the noisy city Utilities free, rms S4O
& SSO/mo. call 373-3415
french quarter needs 4 people cheap,
will arrange price 378-3715
(B-2t-151-p)
FREE JUNES RENT Point West
Apts Sublet 1 bdrm poolside call
376-8675 after 5:00 pm (B-2t-151-p)
16th ave apt. available June 10-sept. 1
bbq a/c pool 376-8880 (B-4t-151-p)
3 bedroom furnished house for rent
over summer. $l3O per month, nice
house good furnishings, must leave
in capable hands, call 373-2694
(B-2t-151-p)
available June 15 room suite for
summer term & fall see 202 nw 12th
terr call 376-5368 or 376-2100
graduate or mature students
(B-2t-151-p)
Free June rent. A.C., furnished 328
S.W. 34 st. Call 372-6046
(B-2t-151-p)
RENT FREE last month the place
- own bedroom sauna pool near
campus 150.00 for summer call
Joe 372-6272 (B-2t-151-p)
6 bdrm, 2 bath furnished house, V*
mile from med center, LARGE yard,
carport, $235 mo. summer rate,
378-0759, box 12045 university
station (B-2t-151-p)
WANTED
Roommates wanted, Landmark.
Female apt 39, Male apt 40. SBO +
util, for Summer qtr. Poolside, usual
extras. Call 378-1907 after 12
(C-3t-150-p)
Live in THE PLACE summer quarter.
3 roommates needed, will discuss
rent prices, call now 378-4481
(C-3t-150-p)
RIDER wanted to new york
northern nj area or any point along
the way- anytime after June 5.
VERY cheap, call Beth 392-8599
(C-lt-150-p)
One Female roommate needed for
the summer French Qtr. apt. Poolside
and air-conditioned SIOO for the
summer call 378-4784 7 p.m.
(C-3t-150-p)
male roommate starting fall qtr. 2
bdr townhouse la bonne vie $55 +
util pool sauna ac dishwasher call
Dave 373-2424 or Jeff 392-8125
(C-3t-150-p)
Close to campus a world apart the
PLACE. One girl needed, summer
rates. Own bedroom, pool, sauna.
Apt. 321 phone 372-5812.
(C-3M50-P)

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WANTED
3 responsible roomates to share
off-campus 2 bedroom apt starting
# Fall *7l write Fred DeWltt 143
Laurlna Jacksonville or call
904-724-7528 (C-6t-142-p)
wanted 1 to 3 roomates for summer
at tha place apt 161 private bedroom,
col. tv., pool, sana. 878 monthly
Includes utilities, call 376-1125
(C-3t-150-p)
1 or 2 roomates have your own room
for summer quarter In house V* Mock
from campus near Tlgert SSO-60 a
month. Move In after 6/8 373-1814
(C-3t-150-p)
REFRIGERATORS Wondering whrt
you're going to do with yours! Will
buy and pick up call 392-6724 or
392-8743 (C-3t-150-p)
2 roommates wanted large 4
bedroom house near mall private
bedroom SSO per month utilities Ind.
378 6810 (C-4M49-P)
male roommates wanted for summer
quarter, private bedroom, 2-bath,
central-air apt. 1-block from Norman
Hall. $45/month. 372-1272
(C-4t-149*p)
fam rmmate for smr qtr only tv pool
a/c 62.50 + Vt util and food 1 bdrm
apt furn prefer serious stu call
378-5341 axt 52 after 3 378-0655
(C-3t-149-p)
2 female roommates to share 2
bedroom apt In hawalian village
starting fall qtr. call 373-3964
(C-3t-150-p)
1 or 2 female roommates summer
qtr, 1 bl east of tlgert, $45 mo + 1/3
util AC, call Cheryl 378-4673 after 8,
or coma by Circle Arms, apt 7
anytime (C-4t-149-p)
Wanted, male roommate for the
summer. $45 per month at French
Quarter, call 372-3172 after 5 pm.
(C-4t-149*p)
Housemate for summer, own room
with double bed, bathroom, and
entrance, $65 a month, utilities
included 376-9848 (C-4t-149-p)
Wanted Schwinn Super Sport deraller
bicycle also a Schwinn lightweight
clunker for about $lO-20 Mika
376-6588 persistently (C-2t-149-p)
Couple for Quiet, 1 bedroom air
cond. furnished ski city apt. To
sublet for summer June rent free Call
after 4 376-7970 (C-4t-149-p)
dependable roommate for fall 71-72
year, french quarter twn hsa apt. 2
bedrm. about S6O mnth. call Bill
392-8721 (C-3M49-P)
Help tha sunshine school I please
donate used furniture sofa, chairs,
tables needed, contact health related
dames 372-1833 (C-st-149-p)

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WANTED
If you need a home next yr then ws
need you! we want 1 female student
for Fred Gard apt beg fall 1971. call
us at 373-2480 before finals!
(C-2t-151-p)
Need 1 male roomate for poolside
landmark apartment. Only $75 for
entire summer quarter. No deposit,
come by number 40 Landmark*
Hurry! (C-2t-151-p)
Two female roomates needed for
summer quarter. Starlite apt. 2
blocks from campus $75 + V
utilities for entire summer. Call
378-5749 after 5 (C-2t-151-p)
Female roommate wanted to share
luxurious 3 bd, house, senior,
graduate student, or working girl
preferred, own room for SSB mo +
373-2923 (C-2t-151-p)
1 female looking for place to live in
fall. call BARBARA anytime
378-6382 (C-2t-151-p)
2 female roomates wanted ro fall.
49.25/mo. at Village Park apts. 9 mo
lease, call Pat or Sandy anytime at
373-2887 (C-2t-151-p)
wanted: roommate to sublet village
park apt SBS entire summer June rent
free and leave my own damage dep.
call 373-2655 or drop by N 0.128
(C-2t-151-p)
room for woman: house private
bedroom need own car. fall quarter
SSO a month, call 378-8453 for
information on rental. (C-lt-151-p)
Wanted to sublet or rent comfortable
furnished apt for parents visiting
June 15 July 15! 372-7583
(C-2t-151-p)
liberal 4jm male needs place for fall
71. prefer own bedroom but willing
to share. Bob 372-5942 (C-2t-151-p)
1 or 2 fern roommate large apt nw
section, pool, a/c private room close
to campus 421 nw 15 st apt.9o call
378-9958 $133/sum qtr immed occ
(C-3t-149-p)
Female roommate own room In cozy
2 bedroom peaceful apartment in NE
section a/c $52/month summer call
nancy 376-7746 Its beautiful
(C-3t-149-p)
female roomate own room in trailer
near campus slls for entire summer
quarter includes utilities and cable
call 378-1856 after spm (C-3t-150-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)
Male roommate wanted for summer.
SBS dollars + utilities for entire
summer. Poolside Apt. Village Park
93. call 378-0584 (C-4t-148-p)
BICYCLE Mens 26" American Will
pay $lO-$25, depending.. .Call
376-3679 evenings (C-st-147-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)
2 fairly liberal roomates for fall, own
bedrooms at La Mancha. S7O. a mth.
call 376-9627 (C-st-148-p)
2 female roommates for 2 bdrm
hawalian vlll. apt. sllO/summer qtr.
378-3669. prefer grad. stud.
(C-st-146-p) l
one female roommate to share french
quarter apt w/3 others, move in fall
quarter $52.50 mo. + utilities call
392-7705 (C-2t-151-p)
help-need one female roommate for
" the place summer quarter
67.50/month call Beth 373-3632.
luxury is your own bedrooml
(C-2t-151-p)
help wanted
Listeners wanted! Will pay $2.00 fqr
one hour session. Must be native
English speaking and have normal
hearing. Please call LeVan between 8
and 5 for an appointment. 392-2049
(E-3t-150-p)
COMMERCIAL PILOT must have
tallwheel time, and 400 + T.T.
contaqt JofuL,
evenings (E-6t-147~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-5M47-P)
Need one girl who can type and Is
Interested In research on baby tame
wild foxes, wild cats, coons, skunks,
snSes, and turtles call 475-2546
(local)
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, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, June 3,1971

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skiing instructor: 2 girls with at least
senior lifesaving needed as skiing
instructors at summer camp near
boston, call collect Mrs. Blocker
617-332-5375 (E-3t-150-p)
Addressers mailers needed
homeworkers earn to 150 for info
send 25 cents and stamped envelope
to box 12213 Gainesville Florida
32601 (E-2t-150-p)
AUTOS
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1963 VW CAMPER excellent
condition, refrigerator, tent, see to
appreciate, lots of equip, only used 2
years, best offer 392-8246
(G-lt-151-p)
1968 Ford Galaxie with air cond.
power steering excellent shape SBOO
call 378-0795 after 6:00 p.m.
(G-2t-151-p)
1961 Volkswagen good condition
$l5O or best offer call 392-7519
need money (G-2t-151-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)
Peugot 1960 Efficient, fully
maintained, economical $250 must mustsell
sell mustsell call 376-4895 Bill (G-4t-149-p)
63 Pontiac tempest, just tuned, good
motor, new tires and shocks, runs
well. $350. call Mary 376-8736 after
5 pm (G-4t-149-p)
1971 datsun. under warranty, less
than 3000 mi. SI4OO 372-3381
(G-3t-149-p)
68 olds cutlass radio heater ps/pb at
clean slsoo* call 378-2701
(G-4t-149-p)
Foreign student leaving the US sells
68 Pontiac Tempest 2 doors 6 cyl.
auto, trans. power brakes and
steering AC Heat, radio 4 new tires,
many new parts 35,000 miles SI4OO
or best offer call 376-4089
(G-4M49-P)
1969 Flat 850 Spider 18,000 mi. 4
new tires less than 100 ml. Left front
damage To see lot next to Pi Kappa
Ph, house Frat Row Call 372-0611
$675. (G-3t-150-p)
$175. 1963 Dodge Dart, good engine
62,000 miles, many new parts, rrtust
sell now. 1829 nw 2nd ave apt 8
Nanci (G-2t-150-p)
1969 Chev kingswood stat wgn,
power, air, auto trans, $2500 or trade
for mgb or vw bus and cash, ph
392-6587, 1-5 pm, ask for Paul.
(G-4t-149-p)
VW CONVERTIBLE 1965 with
rebuilt 1966 engine (30Q00 ml) and
transmission (1000 mi) radio, heater
good top, tires $650 372-1821
(G-st-148-p)
68 toyota corona exd cond. must sell
S9OO or best offer Bob 373-1242
(G-st-147-p)
1969 FIAT 850 spider 13,000 miles
must sell. 378-5408 (G-st-146-p)

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67 Firebird 400 4-speed, ac, power
brakes and steering, alarm system car
cover, very good condition SI6OO
phone 373-3640 after 1:30 pm
(G-3t-150-p)
Chevy bel air 1965 Factory air &
power steering $375 or would be
willing to trade for 350 or bigger
cycle. 392-9932 for a great buy
(G-2t-150-p)
64 MG sedan, runs good but needs
some work. Must sell Immediately.
SIOO or best offer. Call 392-8787
and ask for John (G-3t-150-p)
1967 olds 442 must sell, excellent
cond. 4 speed, a/c, bucket seats, vinyl
top, wire wheels, 40,000 miles, new
tires, best offer call 373-4243
(G-3t-l 50-p)
64 comet automatic new parts
factory air radio heater body good
runs good needs transmission work
call 372-7791 evenings S3OO. or offer
(G-3t-150-p)
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GOING TUBING: Large truck tubes
for rent. Call 378-5931, 372-1446 or
376-3678, (J-2t-151-p)
KAT lm leaving Hogtown. Love.
(J-2t-151-p)
Hello! glad youre fine, still the
charmer Nah, I didnt lose any
weight an M6O tank ran over me and
shreded off some adipose. Adlos
(J-lt-151-p)
blond afghan puppies show quality
top ch sired bradley rt. 2 box 8 lake
park ga 31636 ph 912 5597323
(J-6t-151-p)
kappa sigma: brothers; I am
graduating this month and wont see
you all before I spilt, you might say
we were a head of our time in many
ways and probably the only ***
fraternity to stand up for our beliefs
and bear the consequences but
history will prove us right. Ill always
remember you. adlos, jack
(J-lt-151-p)
RPW Its only been the best year of
my life. Thanks for everything youve
been and done. Next year should be
even better. ILY AL (J-lt-151-p)
BULL SHIP? We will ship your things
(stereo, rug, bike, trunks, you) to
Hollywood Ft. Lauderdale approx.
June 7- call Steve at 392-8290 now!
(J-3t-150-p)
George Washington have to get this
off my chest STRANGE BUT TRUE
I LOVE YOU Mono (J-2t-150-)
have a bike, tv, books or anything
else you want to store in Gainesville
for the summer? call 376-9776 for
info. (J-st-147-p)
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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
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leave approx. June 9. return for
summer quarter, will share expenses,
call sue 392-8682 (J-3M49-P)
we need 1 hip female roommate for
summer quarter, call 373-3153.
anytime (J-4t-149p)
Beginning teacher needs roommate In
Orange Park Jax starting late Aug
Call 392-7605 (J-2t-151-p)
Will the guy whos girl is coming here
from LSU and who needs an
apartment for the summer PLEASE
call Beth again at 373-3632
(J-2MSI-P)
You and your belongings to Tampa.
Bikes also. Delivery to North gate
shopping center. Call Dick at
376-0333. 7l Ford and trailer.
(J-lt-151-p) ______
Dear Brothers Good Luck on exams!
Happy Summer to you all Love Little
Sisters of the Maltese Cross
(J-lt-151-p)
need information concerning Alaskan
job opportunities r.e. (recent alligator
ad) reward offered call 373-3049 ask
for Rick or Larry (J-2t-151-p)
Whoever borrowed my red 10-speed
from 1015 SW 5 ave please return it I
love it so REWARD Please call
Kristin 372-2527 Volunteers will be needed at The
Corner Drug Store for Summer
Quarter. Come by at 1128 S.W. Ist
Ave. or call 392-2338. (J-2t-151-p)
Mrs. Peel YOURE needed! call Steed
at 392-7963 for mission instructions
should you decide to accept El Gran
Culo (J-lt-151-p)
J.A., L. 8., W. 8., J.C., R.G., L.P.,
P.R., R.S., J.S.; thanks for the
bachelor party Ray (J-lt-151-p)
FREE KITTEN male orange tiger,
fluffy, personable, cat people only,
call 378-7873. (J-2t-150-p)
We, the graduating FI majors, have
decided that our LINDA PARKER is
definitely a hunk of real woman!
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Ft. Laud? Share u-haul split expenses
need 2 leave 6-6 or 6-10 can carry
almost anything. call Darene
392-7802 hurry for reservations
(J-3t-147-p)
professional DRAFT COUNSELING
Medical-Legal-Psychologic. Open
weekends. Tel: 891-3736 2135 Ixora
Road No. .Miami, 33161
(j-465-106-p)
SUMMER IN EUROPE -$222.00
Round-trip Tampa-London-Tampa.
June 19-September 4, July 31-August
26. Caledonian Alrlines-Boeing 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)
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. Fla's largest
wholesale retail importers. Open 9-6,
7 days 904-591-2001 (J-Bt-144-p)

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378-9057 (L-2t-l 51-p)
Lost please return Hamilton watch
missing from 4th floor Yulee. Great
sentimental value. $25 reward no
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18st call 376-2721 (L-3t-148-p)
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Save 25% or more on all auto parts.
Spark plugs 68 cents. Cash & Carry
Auto Parts, 1111 S. Main St.
378-7330. (M-113-ts-c)
Term papers thesis reports etc typed
accurately and neatly to your
specifications. 50 cents per page, call
Tola 373-1003 anytime during day.
(M-12t-134-p)
TRIANGLE Beverage Mart Discount
beer and wine, party kegs $19.95
Check on our weekly specials, 1202
N.E. Bth Ave. 372-6476 (M-4t-149-p)
TRUNKS BICYCLES taken to your
home in MIAMI suitcases boxes call
anytime before June 11 378-6419
Arthur reserve space early
(M-st-148-p)
Typing at home. IBM. Term papers,
dissertations, etc. Dependable,
reasonable, accurate, fast. Mrs.
Sanders, 372-2470 (M-4t-151-p)
For Stud Miniature Collie 2yrs. A
Beautiful Blue Merle of Sea Isle
Breeding Will discuss terms call
Denise 37 8-2198 anytime
(M-6t-147-p)
Were wired for sight at the smallest
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own waiting room to UNIVERSITY
OPTICIANS at 519 SW 4th Ave.,
across from Greyhound Bus Station,
378-4480. (m-tfc)
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Army charges general with murder

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Army has filed murder charges
against a brigadier general in the
deaths of eight South
Vietnamese civilians, it was
disclosed Wednesday.
The charges were brought
against Brig. Gen. John W.
Donaldson, former commander
of the lithe Infantry Brigade of
the Americal Division in which
Lt. Willaim L. Calley Jr. served.
Donaldson, now stationed at
Ft. Meade, Md., as special
assistant to the chief of staff of
die First Army, was accused of
murder of the South Vietnamese
between November, 1968, and
January, 1969.
Donaldson is the highest
ranking officer facing charges
growing out of alleged crimes in
Vietnam. The deaths with which
Donaldson is charged occurred
several months after the My Lai
massacre.

WORLD WRAP-UP

Nixon says marijuana
leads to dismal road
WASHINGTON (UPI)
President Nixon announced a
national attack on drug use
Tuesday and said he opposes
legalization of marijuana because
it would encourage young
people to start down that long,
dismal road ... to self
destruction.
In a nationally televised news
conference, Nixon called the use
of heroin and other hard
drugs by Gls in Vietnam a
special problem. One point in
his drug attack will be to treat
military addicts before their
release from the Armed Forces.
But, Nixon said, It is not
simply a problem of Vietnam
veterans. It's a national problem.
It's a national problem that
primarily focuses on young
people.
Hoffman free
after not guilty plea
WASHINGTON (UPI)
Yippie leader Abbie Hoffman
was ordered held on $20,000
bond today declaring I aint
guilty to charges of violating
federal antiriot laws during
Washingtons May Day
demonstrations.
Hoffman was the first of the
May Day leaders to be indicted
as a result of the demonstrations
a month ago. Two others
Rennie Davis and John Froines
have been bound over for
grand jury action.
The $20,000 bond was posted

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Calley, a platoon commander
at the time units of the Americal
Division made a sweep through
My Lai, is under murder
conviction for mass slayings of
South Vietnamese civilians there
March 16,1968.
The Commander of the
Americal Division at the time,
Maj. Gen. Samuel Koster, was
originally accused of covering up
the My Lai slayings, but the
accusations were subsequently
dropped. However, he was
stripped of one of his two stars
and relieved of a Vietnam-won
medal.
The deaths charged to
Donaldson were said to have
occurred in Quant Ngai province
in the northern part of South
Vietnam during the last two
months of 1968 or the first
month of 1969.
The charges both murder

and Hoffman remained at
liberty.
Vowing that vandalism and
lawbreaking will not be
tolerated in the nations capital,
President Nixon Tuesday night
called demonstrators who tried
to shut down the government
vandals and hoodlums and
lawbreakers.
Sen. Byrd tries to end
federal judges tenure
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Harry F. .Byrd Jr., D-Va.,
proposed today a constitutional
amendment that would require
Senate reconformation of
federal judges every eight years.
This would end their lifetime
tenure.
Byrd said in a Senate speech
that federal judges are
accountable to no one. It is time
we restored balance in the
government by making federal
judges more responsible to the
people. The amendment would
not affect judges now on the
bench.
Hijacked airliner
returns from Cuba
MIAMI (UPI) A Pan
American jetliner and its 68
occupants returned to the
United States Wednesday, four
days after the plane was hijacked
to Cuba.
The plane and its occupants
were held in Cuba much longer
than is normal amid speculation
the United States would free
four Cuban fishing boat
captains.

and assault against Donaldson
were filed by an Army
investigator. Col. Roger L. Rank,
on May 20.
The charges were formally
filed with the headquarters of
the First Army, since Donaldson
now is assigned to that
command.
The next step in the army
process is for Donaldsons
immediate superiors to decide
whether the charges warrant a
so-called Article 32 investigation
the military equivalent to a
grand jury inquiry in civilian
courts.
Rank brought the charges
under the uniform code of
military justice, which provides
that any person subject to the
code may bring charges of
violating it against any other
person subject to it.
Koster and some others who
were investigated by the Army

House sales tax bill
headed for Senate
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The
Houses S7O million sales tax bill
putting new sales taxes on
advertising, professional services,
automobiles, and heavy
machinery heads for Senate
action and a near-certain
conference committee
Wednesday.
The Senate takes up the
far-ranging sales tax bill,
cornerstone of the Houses tax
proposals, and was almost
certain to refer it to a
conference committee, which
will write compromise tax
measures.
The most controversial item
in the package is the two per
cent tax on advertising which
House leaders drove through on
the fifth try after four
unsuccessful votes last week.
Tunney says youth
should sit on juries
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
John V. Tunney, D-Calif., at 36
the youngest member of the
Senate, has prepared legislation
to let 18-year-olds serve on
federal juries.
Tunney said Sens. Charles
Mathias, R-Md., and Philip A.
Hart, D-Mich., would join him as
co-sponsors of the measures.
As the youngest member of
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in connection with allegations
growing out of the questionable
deaths in Vietnam have been
assigned to Ft. Meade.
One of those is Col. Oran K.
Henderson, also an Americal
Division officer who is accused
of My Lai coverup charges.
Court-martial proceedings

Sen. Scott says draft
extension looks good

WASHINGTON (UPI)
Faced with expiration of the
draft in less than 30 days,
supporters of a two-year draft
extension are trying to force a
Senate vote on the issue well
before the deadline arrives.

the United States Senate, I take
particular pride in authoring this
legislation because I believe that
it will bring to our newly
enfranchised young citizens the
full measure of the cherished
American right to trial by ones
peers, Tunney said in remarks
prepared for introduction of the
bill.

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against Henderson are in recess
for a few days.
Disclosure of charges against
Donaldson came as Pentagon
sources said the Army also was
investigating a report that at
least 24 civilians were killed by
U.S. troops in another incident
during a 1968 amphibious
landing in South Vietnam.

Senate Republican Leader
Hugh Scott said Tuesday an
attempt to force an end to what
he called a very gentlemanly
filibuster against renewing the
draft may be initiated Friday.
He termed the chances of
imposing filibuster-ending
cloture which requires a
two-thirds margin good on the
first try and excellent on a
second attempt. If the cloture
vote succeeds, the Senate then
would be free to vote on the
two-year extension.
After a brief session Tuesday,
debate was opening today on an
amendment from Sen. Mark O.
Hatfield, R-Ore., which would
abolish the draft. The vote will
come Friday.
On that same day, the Senate
will vote on a proposal from
Sen. Richard S. Schweiker,
R-Pa., to limit the extension to
one year.



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Theoretically, Reuben OD. Askew is Governor of Florida
though the real power belongs to the oft-bankrupt Tom Adams!
In fact, it is rumored that when Askew speaks, one can barely
see Adams lips move, the ventriloquism act is that good.
Anyway, (nominal) Governor Askew has proposed raising
tuition at UF and other state public universities by $25 per
quarter in September. This would mean $525 per year, though
grad students, such as myself, would probably have to pay S6OO
yearly, as we are already paying $525.
If Askew has his way, it will mean a 102 per cent tuition
increase in five years, as tuition for the 1966-67 school year was
$260. The poorer students, of course, would be hardest hit by
the increase. -
Moreover, the facilities at UF have not improved along with
the tuition spiral. In 1966-67 Florida Gym had 6,900 seats.
Today it has 5,500 seats. We are paying more for shoddier
facilities. This is a variation on the Peter Principle theme: The
more students pay, the less university they get.
If these statistics are followed up in the future, in 1976 we
shall be paying $1,060 tuition to sit in a gym that has 4,400
seats, In 1981 we shall be paying $2,091 tuition to sit in a gym
that has 3,520 seats. Os course, it is rumored that Stephen C.
will be the junior Senator from Florida by that time.
What does this have to do with sports? Well, theres a
financial squeeze in athletics, too. Salaries are rising, both of
coaches and players, and stadium renovation (Air-conditioning
the gym, enlarging the seating capacity of and Astroturfing
Florida Field) is causing may schools to charge students to
attend football games in an effort to meet the cost of big-time
athletic programs.
Woody Hayes, football coach-dictator at Ohio State, spends
SIO,OOO a year on long-distance phone calls, a figure that
excludes plane trips, scholarships, and other costs that run in
the thousands. It is no accident that John Brockington, from
New York City, and Jack Tatum, from Passaic, New Jersey,
were stars for Ohio State last year.
UF spends less than Ohio State on athletics, but this school
still has a rather large athletic budget. And the Ahletic
Association has gotten desperate in its efforts to get revenue.

The money game
DAVE MILLER

Last, year the Coliseum fiasco was voted down, and the several
million dollars that would have been stolen from the students
were never collected.
Looking for another rip-off opportunity, the Athletic
Association put out a press release after the Super Show
rain-out in May, charging that a horde of 8,000 hairy hippies'
tore up Florida Field, made love in the stadium, and generally
desecrated the memory of Steve Spurrier and Richard Skelly.
Some of the football team was in attendance at the non-orgy,
but the A.A. failed to mention this in their diatribe.
Then we were told we had to pay for football tickets, and we
knew the A.A. had finally gotten revenge for the thwarting of
their wishes. Actually all this pettiness could be avoided if we
were to take a few simple steps to alleviate the financial
situation of the athletic people.
First, stop giving out all those full scholarships. Award half
scholarships like the minor sports award unless the
athlete really needs financial aid. If the athlete is needy, give
him a full scholarship. This policy would save the university
thousands of dollars a year.
Second, give one-year scholarships, to be renewed each year.
This would make the athletes work harder, since there would be
no more four-year free rides. The SEC policy of red-shirting
platoons of sophomores could be eliminated.
Third, quit giving the atliletes dozens of football tickets to
sell. Stop making the laundry allowance to name just one
revenue outlet for athletes so exhorbitant.
Finally, trim the salary of the coaches. Jimmy Cames and
Bill Harlan are the top coaches, but the football coach,
basketball coach, and athletic director get the loot. The money
that makes trips to Paris possible for disciples of General
Kneyland could be used in better ways.
The NCAA is going to have to set up guidelines on a national
basis. A limit will have to placed on athletic expenditures to
insure no more SIO,OOO expenditures for Woody Hayes phone
calls. The NCAA will also have to set up a one-year scholarship
program. But this university can break with its past and
establish precedents for the rest of the nation.
If the university wants to, that is.

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Wrestlers rise to top
to be longer than Bucks
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By MARTY PERLMUTTER
Executive Sports Editor
Unlike the Milwaukee Bucks,
the National Basketball
Association champions this year,
the Gator wrestling unit didn't
win its conference title.
The analogy is that the Bucks
were only in their second year of
existence this year, the same
number of years the wrestlers
have been a varsity sport at UF.
The Bucks had a tall center by
the name of Lew Alcindor who
made the difference in just two
years. Coach Keith Tennant here
didn't have one big man as it was
the lack of having the big man.
Don Zorich in the 190
pound weight class was
outstanding this year, Tennant
said, reviewing the season. But,
we need someone who will make
him and all the wrestlers work a
bit more.
Our depth this year wasn't
how I would have liked it. We
had 30 wrestlers out this year,
but still the competition wasnt
there in all the classes, Tennant
said.
However, Tennant was quick
to add that some of the wrestlers
complained that the wrestle offs,
(used to decide who would
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Our first year, we didn't
wrestle as many of the top teams
in the south as we did this year.
Our competition was tough and
this year it was especially.
Os those eight losses, five
came to the hands of Georgia
and Auburn as the Bulldogs
triumphed three times over UF.
But our high spot came
when we defeated LSU in a dual
meet, Tennant said. LSU later

went on to win the SEC title.
It was a young team this
year with mainly freshman and
sophomore, and we are losing
only one next year, Tennant
said. That one is Jeff Shaffner,
who had an outstanding year in
the 158-pound weight class.
Overall, the fifth best team in
the SEC will be stronger next
year thanks to the experience
the under classmen gained this
year plus recruiting which
Tennant has done this spring,
one in which he signed the
167-pound third place finisher in
the National Junior College
Tournament this year.
We are trying to schedule
more meets here in Florida Gym
to give more campus exposure to
the team, Tennant said. Next
years schedule is already filled
out and we have about half our
meets home.
We may have some national
winners in the next couple of
years as well, Tennant said.
Chet Sanders finished second in
the SEC meet in the 150-pound
class while Shaffner was second
in the conference and fourth in
the NCAA district meet this
year.
Freshman Bob Penna had an
11-2 record this year and also
finished fourth in the districts,
Tennant said.

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Miami-Dade North
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GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (UPI) Undefeated Miami Dade North
and once-beaten Mesa Ariz. clash today in what could be the title
match of the 14th annual National Junior College Baseball
Tournament.
A victory by the Florida school would give it the championship. If
defending tournament champion Mesa wins, the two clubs would
meet again Friday in a title game.
Miami Dade North remained the only undefeated team in play
Tuesday with a hard-fought 3-2 victory over Genesee of Flint, Midi.
Mesa advanced with a 4-2 victory over Mount Hood, Ore. Both
Genesee and Mount Hood were eliminated from play with the losses.
Miami Dade was limited to only four hits, but a 400-foot two-run
home run by catcher John Tamargo in the seventh inning proved to be
the winning margin.
Genesee scored one run on Dave Arnotts homer in the eighth and
rallied for another run in the ninth when pitcher Bob Briggs tripled
and Amott singled him home.
Miami Dade relief pitcher Stan Butkus, cousin of Chicago Bear
fobtball player Dick Butkus, then entered the game, striking out one
man and forcing the next to pop up to retire the side.
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Pirates: same product with new pitch (ers)

By JOECARNIECELLI
UPI Sports Writer
Suddenly Pittsburgh
Pirates have come up with a
pitching staff.
The Pirates, who captured the
National League Eastern
Division title last season mainly
on the strength of their awesome
offense, are making another
solid run this season with
pitching an added weapon.
Dock Ellis turned in the third
consecutive shutout for
Pittsburgh Tuesday night as he
pitched a three-hitter to help the
Pirates beat the St. Louis
Cardinals 9-0. The victory
moved the second-place Pirates
to within one and a half games
of St. Louis in the Eastern race.
The Pirates raked St. Louis
starter Chris Zachary for five
runs in the first inning and Ellis
made them stand up, allowing
only a pair of singles to Lou
Brock and another to Joe Torre.
Ellis is a good pitcher and he
throws strikes, said Torre.
This race is going to be the
same in September as it is now..
Itll be us, the Pirates and the
Mets bunched together right
down to the wire.
Ellis, who followed shutouts
of the Chicago Cubs by Bob
Moose and Steve Blass, is intent
on making the NL All-Star team
this year.
Ive already made my
reservation for mid-July, said
the 26-year-old right-hander.
Ellis drove in two runs with
an infield single and Richie
Hebner and Dave Cash stroked
three hits each to lead the 15-hit
Pirate assault. Eveiy batter in
the Pittsburgh lineup had at least
one hit.
Ali, Ellis
plan bout
NEW YORK (UPI)
Muhammad Ali, the former
World Heavyweight champion,
and ex-sparring mate Jimmy Ellis
are scheduled to appear at a
noon EDT news conference
today to announce plans for an
upcoming fight.
The meeting of the two
former sparring partners is
expected to take place in
Houston in late July or early
August, with New York,
Louisville and Los Angeles also
named as possible alternate sites.
Both fighters will be at the
news conference along with Bob
Arum, president of Top Rank,
Inc.
El
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edged Atlanta 7-6, New York Oakland downed New York
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defeated Boston 4-2, Washington
edged California 6-5, Minnesota
stopped Detroit 3-1 and
Milwaukee toppled Cleveland
5-3 in American League play.
Cesar Cedeno, batting .196
entering the game, drove in three
runs for the second straight
night as Houston handed the
Braves their 11th loss in the last
13 games.
Cedeno, slumping this season

Thursday, Juna 3,1971, Tha Florida Alligator,

after an outstanding rookie year,
went 4-for-5 and hit his third
homer of the season. Jesus Alou
also had four hits and three RBIs
for Houston.
I think Im out of the
slump, said the 19-year-old
Cedeno. Before I was swinging
at everything. Now I take some
pitches. I started making a lot of
contact. I guess I was swinging
too hard.

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