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Full Text
The Search Is Still In Progress


When Harry M. Philpott
accepted the presidency of Au Auburn
burn Auburn University, UF Pres. J.
Wayne Reitz said he didn't know
who could take his place.
Since that time, in May, spe speculation
culation speculation has been centered on
scores of men both on the campus
in Gainesville and at other Uni Universities
versities Universities throughout the nation.
Sources close to Tigert Hall i
have indicated the president is
looking for someone with a li-.
beral arts background who is an
able administrator and who will
add to the diversity of the ad administration.
ministration. administration.
On campus rumors, in student
and faculty circles have been
centering on nine men.

Ed Richer
Off University
Ed Richer, controversial hu humanities
manities humanities instructor whose contract
to teach here was not renewed,
is now a chancellor.
Chancellor Richer will head the
recently incorporated Free Uni University
versity University of Florida. The univer university
sity university will be located in Gainesville
and is slated to open its doors to
students in September.
Recently Richer told The Alli Alligator
gator Alligator of his plans for such a
university was not a joke.
Dr. Marshall Jones, psycho psychology
logy psychology professor at the UF, was
listed on the incorporation papers
as an officer in the venture.
In an Alligator interveiw Richer
said "Nobody is fighting to get me
as a teacher despite all the good
recommendations I used to get
from the men who are now argu arguing
ing arguing that I ought not to be allowed
to teach in their college. I am
disappointed in the big university
system. 1 am much more interes interested
ted interested in starting a new university.
The Free University of Florida
(FUF) is not a joke. It can't be
a joke to me, Pro the chancellor.
I have tentative plans to go to New
York this month to seek financing."
Richer was out of town at press
time yesterday. He was reported
to be in New York seeking a
SIO,OOO grant to help start the


Vol. 57, No. 151



The recently acquired "gold
dust twins," Dean Tom Martin
of the Engineering College and
Provost of Agriculture E.T. York
are considered by many to be able
administrators and close to the
president. At least one person
has told The Alligator that Reitz
feels these two are too valuable
to the positions and programs
in which they are currently in involved.
volved. involved. Martin has recently de developed
veloped developed the GENESYS program
of a graduate engineering educa education
tion education system. York recently re revised
vised revised the agriculture department
into an Institute of Food and
Agricultural sciences.
Provost of the medical com complex,
plex, complex, Dr. Sam Martin, is also


Martin, Turlington, York Lead
Alligator Award Nominees

Dean of Engineering Tho Thomas
mas Thomas L. Martin, Alachua
County's State Rep. Ralph
Turlington and Provost of Ag Agricultural
ricultural Agricultural E.T. York lead the
list of nominees for the
Florida Alligator Man-of-the
-Year award.
The award given annually
to the person who, as an in individual,
dividual, individual, contributes the most
to the concept of higher edu education
cation education in Florida and the Uni University
versity University of Florida, will be an announced
nounced announced in next Friday's
Others nominated for the
award, in order of receipt of
nomination, were: Rae Wei Weimer,
mer, Weimer, director of the school of
journalism and coromunica-



being discussed. However, the
president might have the same
reservation as with York and
Martin about taking an able ad administrator
ministrator administrator from one Important
position and putting him in
Dr. John Harrison, past head
of the history department here
and recently appointed to am ad administrative
ministrative administrative post at the Univer University
sity University of Miami, is a likely choice
according to some. His reputa reputation
tion reputation as an academician might
tempt the president to offer him
the post in order to help balance
the halls of Tigert with a liberal
arts professor.

Culpepper Is Chancellor;
Champion To Head FSU

Dr. J. Broward Culpepper this
week became the first chancellor
of the state Board of Regents. He
was appointed Tuesday in Talla Tallahassee.
hassee. Tallahassee.
Culpepper has been executive
director of the Regents *nd was
named by Gov. Haydon biu* as
chancellor of the Board a couple
of weeks ago.

Dean Martin's first letter of
nomination cited him for his "un "unexcelled
excelled "unexcelled courage, persistance, im imagination,
agination, imagination, vision, industry, pa patience
tience patience and inspiring leadership."
Among accomplishments listed for
Martin was his "leadership in
masterminding the completion and
inauguration of the Graduate En Engineering
gineering Engineering System (GENESYS)."
Rep. Turlington was nominated
for his devotion and "just plain
hard work" in the past legislature
in obtaining additional funds and
educating members of both houses
with the needs of education.
Provost York was nominated for
his work in forming the Institute
of Food and Agricultural Sciences.


m A

Dean of the College of Bus Business
iness Business Administration Donald Hart
was mentioned several times,
during The Alligator "don't men mention
tion mention my name, but. " inter interviews.
views. interviews. However, persons men mentioning
tioning mentioning the quiet dean, praised
his intelligence and intellectual
and ethical honesty.
Vice-President for Academic
Affairs Robert B. Mautz, the
early heir-apparent, appears he
does not want the position or per perhaps
haps perhaps the president decided to look
outside the walls of Tigert before
he started shuffling the complex
structure within.
Mautz's assistantdean, Frank Franklin
lin Franklin Doty is a possible contender

In addition of Culpepper's
appointment, John Champion was
named president of Florida State
University. He has been an
accounting teacher at University
of Georgia and FSU, vice-president
and acting president of FSU.
Culpepper is a graduate of UF
and received graduate degrees
from Columbia University. He was

tions, whose school won the
national Hearst writing con contest;
test; contest; Hugh Cunningham, asso associate
ciate associate professor of journalism,
and Ed Richer, controversial
humanities instructor whose
contract to teach here was not
Others include: William G.
Cross, advisor to fraternities,
who was recently appointed
acting assistant dean of men;
State Sen. Ed Price of Bra Bradenton,
denton, Bradenton, who introduced both
the bill to kill FICUS and to
establish a chancellor system
for Florida's higher educa education;
tion; education; William Conway, 1964-65
UF Alumni Association presi president
dent president and J. Broward Cul Culpepper.
pepper. Culpepper.

Friday, June 25, 1965



for the poet. Doty's benefits were
listed as a devoted teacher with
a liberal arts background (social
sciences) who has not been re removed
moved removed from the class room for
too long.
Dr. Delton Schudder, head of
the religion department here, lrf
reported to be a close friend of
Reitz and one who recently com completed
pleted completed a stint for his social fra fraternity
ternity fraternity raising money for the new
Sigma Chi fraternity house."
Dean of the College of En Engineering
gineering Engineering Kimbell Wiles was
mentioned as a possible candi candidate
date candidate for the vacancy. Wiles, is
known as a young energetic lea leader
der leader in the education field.

dean of students at FSU from
1947 to 1954 and has also taught
at UF.
His two sons, Blair and Bruce,
current UF student government
president, are both graduates of
In other business, the Board of
Regents approved operating bud budgets
gets budgets for the 1965-96 fiscal year
for University of South Florida,
Florida A&M, Florida Atlantic and
the University of West Florida.
The operating budgets of UF
and FSU will be considered at the
Board's meeting July 19 in St.
However, the regular agenda of
UF was approved by the Regents.
Included in the agenda were pro provisions
visions provisions to:
Authorize purchase of a sl7-
040 spectrometer for use in a
government sponsored research
Authorize purchase of an esti estimated
mated estimated SBO,OOO in furniture and
furnishings for a sew general
classroom building.
Permit the issuing of $8,730-
000 in revenue certificates to fi finance
nance finance construction of a new men's
residence hall.
Authorize construction of a
$50,000 building to house the cam campus
pus campus credit union.


!, The Florida Alligator, Friday, June 25, 1965

Page 2

Burns, Philpott Honored
At UF Alumni Meeting

Governor Haydon Bums and Uni University
versity University of Florida Vice President
Harry M. Philpott were named
honorary members of the UF
Alumni Association last weekend
by the associations executive
council during its annual summer
meeting at Crystal River.
The Association took this op opportunity
portunity opportunity to recognize the personal
contributions to the University of
the Florida and the alumni asso association
ciation association by these two men who long
have been associate members of
our organizations,* Association
President Nelson M. Harris Jr. f
of JacksonviUe said in making the
announcement Tuesday.
In other action, the Association
presented W.H. Hoke Kerns,
director of the Universitys Di Division
vision Division of Informational Services,
with a resolution of appreciation

Nurse Instructors Here

A workshop on improving in instruction
struction instruction in associate degree nurs nursing
ing nursing programs sponsored by the
University of Floridas College
of Nursing, begins Monday at the
J. Hill is Miller Health Center.
The two-week workshop is
planned to assist directors of newly
established programs and new fa faculty
culty faculty members of existing plans in
understanding the philosophy and
curriculum essential to the es establishment
tablishment establishment of sound associate de degree
gree degree nursing programs.

Reviews Tarantos

Playing through Saturday is the
movie of the month for Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, Los Tarantos.
Director Rovira-Beleta por portrays
trays portrays a Spanish Romeo and Juliet
story with the emotional turbu turbulence
lence turbulence of the gypsy and the rhy rhythmic
thmic rhythmic intensity of the flamenco.
In fact, the film takes on a
stunning vitality through its color
and the dance (much as color and
dance made Black Orpheus the
triumph it was). For the gypsy,
the dance is his real language.
His griefs and joys are much more
easily conveyed through stamping
feet and intricate body and hand
gestures. The plot, thus, of Los
Tarantos is splotchy, but it

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for his work for the University and
the association. Kerns, who be becomes
comes becomes director of public relations
for Birmingham Baptist Hospitals
July 1, has edited the prize-win prize-winning
ning prize-winning Florida Alumnus Magazine
since 1962.
Selection of AU-American Larry
Dupree, captain of the 1964 foot football
ball football team, as winner of the Don
Fleming Memorial Award also was
announced. Dupree will receive the
award, which honors the late
Florida athlete and student leader,
at a home football game next fall.
Nearly 175 participants at the
meeting heard Association Exe Executive
cutive Executive Secretary Bill Fleming re report
port report that the UF will receive an
award from the American Alumni
Council at its annual meeting in
Atlantic City next week.

These programs involve two
years of training, usually in junior
colleges, and result in the asso associate
ciate associate of arts degree rather than
the bachelor of science degree
given at a four-year nursing
school. A nurse with either de degree
gree degree may become a registered
nurse by taking a state examina examination.
tion. examination.
Sixty faculty members of asso associate
ciate associate degree programs throughout
the Southern region are expected
to participate in the workshop.

doesnt matter; for what the plot
lacks in continuity and develop development,
ment, development, is made up for by the fla flamenco.
menco. flamenco. The movie appeals to the
senses, and they are subsequently
overwhelmed by the drive of the
music, the gypsy passion which
prevails amidst suffering.
One thinks of scenes like the
heros friend, Mojigongo, doing
a most intricate and slow dance
down a hose washed street as the
camera recedes him, or the mother
(played by the late, great Carmen
Amaya) doing her dance to cele celebrate
brate celebrate acceptance of her sons
future bride, or just a girl walking
into a village, and out of sheer
joy, bursting into dance. You cant
help but be carried along by the
magnificence of it all.

Fleming, a member of the na national
tional national AAC board, will accept the
citation award for continued im improvement
provement improvement in annual giving among
public institutions over the
country. It marks the third con consecutive
secutive consecutive year the University of
Florida has received an award in
this national competition.
Loyalty Fund Director Phil Mar Marvin
vin Marvin announced that over $50,000
has been raised to date in the
Associations current drive for
$160,000 to support academic
needs of the University not co covered
vered covered by tax appropriation.

Fencers Win
State Tourney
Two UF Fencing Club members
took top places in the state fenc fencing
ing fencing championship tournament at
the Americana Hotel in Miami
Beach, Florida.
Joe Sasek made the best showing
of the local entries winning the
state championship in foil. This
is the third year that the UF
Fencing Club won the Mens Foil
Rick Kroop took second place in
epee after a hard-fought bout,
losing Ist place by one point to his

Senior Cards
Senior announcements (gradua (graduation
tion (graduation announcement cards) are now
on sale at the Campus Bookstore.
The cost is fifteen cents each.
All proceeds from the sales will
go to the Dollars for Scholars
Fund. The bookstore will be open
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday and from 9 a.m.
to 12 noon on Saturdays.

Need Chairmen
Applications for summer chair chairmanships
manships chairmanships of the following Florida
Union Board committees are being
accepted in Room 315 of the Union:
International host, and hostesses,
films and the forum committees.
Members are also needed for the
public relations and recreation
committees, according toJune
Sniffen of the fine arts committee.

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More Peace Corps

Fifty-five Peace Corps trainees
arrive at the University of Florida
Saturday for 11 weeks of inten intensive
sive intensive preparation as volunteers for
Brazils urban community de development
velopment development program.

Med Prof Is
ANA Member
Dr. Melvin Greer, chief of the
Division of Neurology at the UF
College of Medicine, has been
elected an active member of the
American Neurological Associa Association.
tion. Association.
He was elected at the associa associations
tions associations meeting in Atlantic City this
week, where he reported the
diagnosis of Hartnup disease, the
first case reported in the United
Dr. Greer, 37, is one of the
youngest members in the inter international
national international association which is
limited to 250 lifetime members.
He was also elected recently to
another 250-member organization,
the Society for Pediatric Research.
Membership in the A.N.A. is
based on significant accomplish accomplishments
ments accomplishments in the field of neurology.
Dr. Richard P. Schmidt, head of
the Department of Medicine of the
UF, is also a member of the Amer American
ican American Neurological Association.

Rawlings Dance
Students can swing with the
Play-Boys and disc jockey
Larry Havill at the Rawlings Hall
parking lot tonight from till
The joint Student Government
(SG) Florida Union Board spon sponsored
sored sponsored dance is free to students
and their dates. Casual dress is
acceptible for the modified street
dance affair, according to Andy
Hall, SG secretary of organiza organizations.
tions. organizations.
This is the first combined effort
on the part of SG and the Union
Board to rotate the dances among
the womens dormitories.

Pre-Med, Dent
All Pre-Medical and Pre-Den Pre-Dental
tal Pre-Dental students should register with
the Pre-Professional Counseling
Office, 107 Anderson for Term
B, June 28 through July 1. Regis Registration
tration Registration will not be extended. Be
sure to bring with you your in instructors
structors instructors full names and your
course and section numbers.

This marks the second conse consecutive
cutive consecutive year that the University has
trained volunteers for Peace Corps
work in Brazil. Last summers
group was trained for duty &
rural areas.
The Peace Corps negotiated a
$136,760 contract with the Uni.
versity to train volunteers ip
speaking and understanding Por Portugese;
tugese; Portugese; in technical studies in
urban and community development,
and in American studies and world
affairs through the Universitys
Center for Latin American stu studies.
dies. studies. They also will complete phy physical
sical physical conditioning and public health
requirements while there.
Dr. R.W. Bradbury, professor
of economics, is project director.
The trainees are quartered in Mal Mallory
lory Mallory Hall where most of their class
work is scheduled.

On Committee
Dr. Vincent McGuire, UF pro professor
fessor professor of education was named to
the Standards Committee at a re recent
cent recent meeting of the Southern As Association
sociation Association of Colleges and Schools
in Atlanta (SACS).
Other members include: George
Broad, Director of Instruction,
Corpus Christi, Texas; Douglas
Macae, Asst. Supt, Atlanta,
Georgia; Roy B. Smith, Asst.
Owensboro, Kentucky; Robert
Webb, principal, The Webb School,
Knoxville, Tennessee. McGuire (s
also the Florida committee for
The Standards Committeeis
charged with the responsibility of
up-grading the standards for ac accredited
credited accredited schools. Florida has 292
accredited secondary schools at
the present time,

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SW 10th Ter. a dead end street. Dr. JJ3. Hodges, left, director of the P.K. Yonge School, and Calvin C.
Greene, director of the University of Florida's physical plant, place a "street closed 1 sign directly in
front of the railroad rails which block through traffic from the school grounds. The officials said the
* service road on the school property had been closed to protect the school children from speeding traffic.

Gator Band Plans Concert

The University of Florida Gator
Summer Band will present a spe special
cial special concert at the Stephen Foster
Memorial in White Springs at
3 pan. Sunday.
The concert will include selec selections
tions selections by the iro mortal Stephen Fos Foster,
ter, Foster, as well as patriotic melodies

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appropriate for the pre-Indepen pre-Independence
dence pre-Independence Day season.
As an overture, Conductor
Richard W. Bowles has chosen a
contemporary setting of the Re Revolutionary
volutionary Revolutionary War hymn, "Chester,"
by the American composer,
William Schum an.
Trumpet soloist Robert Foster,
assistant director of the band, will
play "Jlroala Beguine." Foster
was trumpet soloist with the Uni University
versity University of Texas Longhorn Band
and director of the Lamar High
School Band in Houston prior to
joining the University of Florida
staff last fall.
Other selections by the Gator
Band include "Memories of
Stephen Foster," arranged by Lu Lucten
cten Lucten Cailliet; "American Patrol,"
by Meacham; "Finale of Tschai Tschaikowsky's
kowsky's Tschaikowsky's Fourth Symphony," and
selected marches.
The program Is open to the public
without charge.
Outdoor concerts, both on and
off campus, are a regular feature
of the summer Gator Band

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Summer Movies

The Florida Union Board for Stu Student
dent Student Activities will show the film
"To Have and Have Not" tonight
and tomorrow night in the air con conditioned
ditioned conditioned medical center audi auditorium.
torium. auditorium.
The Union Board films commit committee
tee committee announced the start of Term
B presentations which will include
such films as "Citizen Kane,"
"Suddenly Last Summer," "Pic "Picnic,"
nic," "Picnic," and "Walk on the Wild Side."
Stars such as Elizabeth Taylor,
Jane Fonda, Orson Welles, Joseph
Cotton, Katherine Hepburn
and William Holden will be featured
in the motion pictures to be shown.
"To Have and Not Have" stars
Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Ba Bacall.
call. Bacall. Showings are twice nightly, at
7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. on the 2nd
floor of the roed center. Admis Admission
sion Admission is 30 cents.
Sabbath services will be
conducted at the UF Hillel Founda Foundation
tion Foundation tonight ad 7:30 by Rabbi Simeon
Kobrinetz. An Oneg Shabbat re reception
ception reception will follow.

Friday, June 25, 1965, The Flo?rda Alligator,

Cited As Outstanding
Faculty Advisor

For tiie second year in suc succession,
cession, succession, Professor John W. Hoov Hoover
er Hoover of the UF department nf
aerospace engineering has been
cited as the Outstanding Faculty
Advisor" by Richard E. Horner,
president of the American Insti Institute
tute Institute of Aeronautics and Astro Astronautics,
nautics, Astronautics, New York City,
Professor Hoover was selected
because of the outstanding interest
Noted British
Speaker Here
Noted British lecturer and philo philosopher
sopher philosopher A.G.N. Flew will speak
tonight in the Florida Union audi auditorium
torium auditorium at 8:15. The topic will be
" Miracles and Methodology."
Professor Flew received his
bachelors and masters degrees
In philosophy from Oxford Univer University
sity University and has been professor of
philosophy at the University of
Keele in Staffordshire, England,
since 1954.
He has been a visiting lecturer
at the University of Minnesota,
New York University and Swarth Swarthmore
more Swarthmore College. He has authored
two books: A New Approach to
Psychical Research," and
"Humes Philosophy of Belief.
Meet Here
A three-day advanced place placement
ment placement conference in chemistry,
designed to investigate new trends
in teaching the subject, opened
Thursday at the University
of Florida.
The first general meeting is
planned at 8:30 am. today in Mc-
Carty Auditorium with Dr. John
F. Helling, assistant professor of
chemistry of the University of
Florida, speaking on "Trends on
Basic Chemistry and Basic Chem Chemistry
istry Chemistry Materials."
A morning meeting from 8:20
to 12:30 Saturday will conclude the
conference. Dr. R.C. Stoufer, as assistant
sistant assistant professor of chemistry with
the University, is directing the
placement program.
Other Friday speakers include
R.W. Parry, University of
Michigan, J.V. Quagllano, Florida
State University; D.H. Andrews,
Florida Atlantic University; Dr.
Harry H. Sisler, chairman of the
University of Floridas Depart Department
ment Department of Chemistry, and Dr. Frank
Fornoff of Educational Testing
Service, Princeton, N.J,

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student branch activities at the
The society expressed special
appreciation of the time and effort
required of Professor Hoover to
carry out its professional aims
and goals in a concrete, practical
"His concern for the pro professional
fessional professional training of his students
and his dedication to the further furtherance
ance furtherance of their technical education
has been exceptional,"Horner said.
Dr. Marion E. Foreman,
director of engineering adminis administration,
tration, administration, presented the special ci citation
tation citation to Hoover in ceremonies
conducted at the CoUege of En Engineering.
gineering. Engineering.
Leonard Is
New Editor
A1 Leonard, 4JM, has been ap appointed
pointed appointed executive editor of the
Alligator for Term B.
He will be in charge of The
Alligators general news cover coverage
age coverage and staff supervision, ac according
cording according to editor-in-chief Dave
Leonard is a member of the
Board of Student Publications, has
been an Alligator editorial staff
member two semesters, and is a
member of Florida Blue Key, Pi
Kappa Alpha social fraternity and
Sigma Delta Chi Journalism
Now Biology
Appointment of Dr. George K.
Davis as director of the Uni University
versity University of Floridas Division of
Biological Sciences was announced
Tuesday by University President
J. Wayne Reitz.
He assumes his new duties July
Since 1960, Dr. Davis has di directed
rected directed the Universitys nuclear
sciences program, which has re received
ceived received wide recognition as a model
He serves as chairman of the
section on use and management of
biological resources for human
welfare of the International Bio Biological
logical Biological Program under the In International
ternational International Council of Scientific
Unions. He is also chairman of a
similar committee for the National
Academy of Sciences.
A noted authority in the field
of animal science and animal nu nutrition,
trition, nutrition, Dr. Davis has been a mein meinber
ber meinber of the University faculty since

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Faces In The Crowd

Along with coffee, tea and potatoes, our modem
age now has the product of instant issues,
It seems many times that there are shelves
of pre-packaged protesters waiting to, at the
drop of a placard, rush out and build a mountain
7 molehillan incident into an issue,
Too many times there are the same faces
in the crouds, the picket lines and in the de demonstrati
monstrati demonstrati s Is it because these are the only
ones who care? Or is it many of them only
want to belong to a group, hop any bandwagon
or try and feed a martyr complex?
To recognize a wrong takes concern, To
try and correct it takes bravery, To select the
proper way takes wisdom,
, And, unfortunatly, if any one of these traits
is uncommon, the presence of all three is
extrchiely rare,
V* admire those who are concerned about a
social injustice, We stand in awe of those who
are brave enough to dare stand up and not care
4 what course others may take, .
But we revere those who take a course of
action that will actually accomplish the good,
We are not calling for people to cry, 4 4 peace,
peace, when it is no time for peace. Neither
do we call for a lack of dedication, when the
enemies of freedom thrive upon the apathy of
free people,
But we do call for leaders of freedom forums
to be concerned over the true motives of their
It*s reported that there is a college movement
that sends medical supplies to the Viet Cong
while Americans and their allies are being
44 zapped, One U,S, officer opined that maybe
they wanted a peace at any cost because they
were at the age that they might be called upon
to serve their country,
IVs fine to shout and sing if you really
realize what your words meanand really
mean them. But to do battle merely to draw
blood or to attack authority merely because it
makes a good target is wrong.
Fight, for its own sake, like mightdoes
not make right,

UF Pres. J. Wayne Reitz is still searching
for a man to fill the vice presidents office when
Harry Philpott leaves to take over the reins
of Auburn.
Many Tigert Hall officials are remaining
tight-lipped about the possibilities. About the
only thing certain is that Ed Richer and Farhang
Zebeeh will not be offered the job.
We sympathize with Dr. Reitz during his

THE v~w Editor-In-Chief
Executive Editor Sports Editor

Tough Decision

An open letter to my fellow
Item: A few months ago, Look
Magazine quoted a graduate student
at Berkeley to the general effect
that he and his group were able
to influence the world we live in,
and its a new feeling.
Item: Also a few months ago,
students from hither and yon
flocked to Selma, to the scene of
the then- current emotional up upheaval,
heaval, upheaval, to make themselves heard.
Item: In Gainesville, student at attention
tention attention has been focussed for
months on a few instances of ad administrative
ministrative administrative action involving per personnel
sonnel personnel changes by the University.
The latest instance has promoted
vociferous expressions of student
opinion in this newspaper on the
Administration's manner of doing
business, culminating with the pub publication
lication publication of an open letter to the
ice president of this university,
holding him publicly accountable
to the student body for the school's
Ladies and gentlemen, the Ad Administration
ministration Administration of this university is

While I recognize the right of a
newspaper to editorialize, I think
it would have been more construc constructive
tive constructive if the writer of your editorial
Lack of Confidence** had at least
come to discuss the matter with
Be that as it may, I should like
you to know that several months
ago (of my own volition) I asked.
President Reitz to appoint a uni university
versity university wide committee to
examine the status of the Depart Department
ment Department of Student Health regarding
administrative, medical, and fa facility
cility facility problems. Dr. Reitz did sc
without delay.
This committee was composed of
Dr. Sam Wright, Director of the
Department of Student Health; Dr.
Ben Barger, Head of the Mental
Health Grant; Dean Lester Hale,
Dean of Student Affairs, Mr. Ellis
Jones, Uni v e rsity Business
Manager, Dr. Sam Martin, Pro Provost
vost Provost of the J. Hillis Miller Health

Its Slow But Friendly

Recent criticism of the infir infirmary
mary infirmary is in many respects probably
quite justified. Such criticism how however
ever however should not go unqualified.
While there may be a certain
amount of delay ai ck of per personal
sonal personal attention or concern in the
clinic, I do not think that such
criticism can be extended any fur further
ther further than that.
The medical staff and the in
patient care are excellent. Sever-


Students Stock Worthless

Please Discuss With Me

not, and should not be, account accountable
able accountable to you for anything at all.
It is a business organization whose
product is education, and its stock stockholders
holders stockholders and customers alike are
the taxpayers of Florida, whose
number includes very few of you.
These owners of the educational
corporation exercise their control
by means of their board of Re Regents,
gents, Regents, which directs the implemen implementation
tation implementation of public educational policy
as duly established by law. The
Administration is accountable only
to the state government, repre represented
sented represented by the Board of Regents
or the ChanceUor. There is evi evidence
dence evidence at present that the state
government recognizes that maxi maximum
mum maximum efficiency in the delivery of
any product is attained when the
owners of the concern carefully se select
lect select their management as has
been down here and then leave
that management free to exercise
the excutive discretion for which
it is paid. In any case, this is not
your concern.
Nor, ladies and gentlemen, is
the society of which this univer-

Center and the writer, who served
as Chairman.
In addition, Student Body Presi President
dent President Ken Kennedy and one of his
cabinet officials met with the
This committee worked for
several months after which a re report
port report was sent to President Reitz.
The report included a suggestion
that a medical administrative con consultant
sultant consultant be employed to come and
make a study of the recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations of the committee and to ad advise
vise advise with the committee.
The follow up has been delayed
due to the fact that Dr. William
Hall replaced Dr. Sam Wright as
Director of the Department of
Student Health just after the com completion
pletion completion of the study.
Dr. Hall, since his coming to
the University has instituted many
changes in upgrading the services
at the Infirmary and will continue
to do so.
President Reitz received the
report of the committee most sym sympathetically
pathetically sympathetically and we plan to move

al times I have had the occasion
to observe their work and try their
patience but have found them to
be very efficient, helpful and most
of all personally concerned with
the well being of the student as an
individual. The staff has gone to
greater lengths of service than
one encounters in many private
facilities and at least some of
us are very grateful indeed that
they do.

sity is a part yet accountable to
you. You can, it is true, influence
to some extent the world you live,
in, but any mob of sufficient size
can do that, and your ability to
effect changes by force is no
more a justification of your cause
than was Lenins in 1917. Thebio Thebiological
logical Thebiological accidents of your births
did not confer on you ownership
of shares in the human corpora corporation.
tion. corporation. You must earn them, with
your substance, your services, or
even, in deference to our times,
by just *putting in your time.
Most of you have done none of
If you want to overturn, or even
to ciriticize, established institu institutions,
tions, institutions, wait until you are both
qualified to evaluate them and en entitled
titled entitled to act on your evaluation. As Assume
sume Assume the responsibilities of a
shareowner before expecting
a voice in the management. You
earn the right to rock the bdat
by taking a turn at the oars.

forward in a continuous planned
effort toward better student health
It is rather ironic that most
items of publicity concern them themselves
selves themselves with what is wrong" and
seldom have a word of commen commendation
dation commendation for good work accomplished.
Your present President of the
Student Body, Bruce Culpepper,
Dr. Hall and myself have been in
communication regarding efforts
toward better health service so if
you will be patient and recognize
the fact that those in charge have a
deep sense of responsibility toward
their jobs, I am sure we can move
forward toward the solutions of our
many problems.
Finally, I inivited The Alligator
to meet with Dr. Hall and myself
at any future time so that better
communications can be estab established.
lished. established.
Dean, College Physical Education
and Health

The Alligator gladly accepts
letters-to-the-editor from all
students and interested non nonstudents
students nonstudents in the UF community.
All we ask is that all let letters
ters letters be signed and that a tele telephone
phone telephone number be included, so
that letters may be verified
if some question should arise.

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Its purpose is to welcome you
you being the recent high
school graduate and freshman-to freshman-tobe,
be, freshman-tobe, entering college for the first
time next fall.
And it?** The Seventh Annual
Freshman Registration Program.
The first of 15 two-day sessions
began at the end of May and will
continue through the beginning of
August. Freshmen-to-be and
parents already swarm the head headquarters
quarters headquarters at Hume Hall, eager to
learn as much as possible about
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low allow new fall freshmen the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to meet with counselors, dis discuss
cuss discuss careers and selection of
courses, register, buy textbooks
(if an early start is desired) and
to meet the faculty of University
College, administrators and stu students.
dents. students.
, The average size group includes
200 students and 100 parents
the roost the program can accom accommodate
modate accommodate over any two-day session
is 310 both parents and students
together. According to registration
officials, so far 2,370 students have
applied and been placed in one of
the Friday-Saturday or Monday-

Tuesday groups. All sessions
through the first three weeks in
July have already been filled.
To wexcome you to UF and
to provide the best start for
your college experience** is the
purpose of the program as stated
in the booklet sent to freshmen.
In addition to this, the early ses sessions
sions sessions have the added function of
alleviating fall registration prob problems.
lems. problems.
Up to this time 2,900
students have been accepted for
next year*s freshmen class, ac according
cording according to the office.
However, this figure represents
only the students who have never

Friday, June 25, 1965, The Florida Alligator,

been to college before those
eligible to participate in the early
registration program.
The actual schedule includes a
campus tour, a film Miracle
on 13th Street, (a documentary
on UF produced by the Alumni
Association), convocation, re reception,
ception, reception, group conferences (upper
division colleges represented), in individual
dividual individual conferences, registration
and parents' conference.
U ersity administrators and
Ur rsity College professors
s*, A to the students and answer
questions. Dr. David Stryker, pro professor
fessor professor of English, is in charge of
the program.

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SSO. Call Robin 2-6410. (A-151-
Almost new double bed and mat mattress,
tress, mattress, adjustable frame and head headboard,
board, headboard, SSO. Pole lamp, sl. Elec Electric
tric Electric heater, $5. Call 372-7376
after 6 p.m. (A-150-3t-c).
Must sell Acoustic Research turn turntable,
table, turntable, still under warranty, with
Empire 880 PE cartridge. Also pair
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Call 6-8648, Stan. (A-151-lt-p).

for sale
Large Window fan, 2 speed, Good
condition. S3O. Chest of drawers,
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clining Reclining chair, $lO. Overstuffed
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c). (A-151-ltc).
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dition. condition. Many extras included, Im Immediate
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top, remote controls, skiing equip equipment.
ment. equipment. Agive-away at S6OO. Call
FR 2-3251 after 6 p.m. (A-142-

for rent
Furnished luxury apartments for
lease. Swimming pool, club privi privileges.
leges. privileges. Married students, faculty,
graduate students only. Contact
W.P. Long at Long's Cafeteria.
APARTMENT Completely furn furnished.
ished. furnished. One bedroom, swimming
pool, all electric kitchen, central
heat, air-conditioning. S9O per
month. Available immediately.
Couple preferred. 372-3826. (B (B---127-ts-c).
--127-ts-c). (B---127-ts-c).
MODERN Furnished apartment,
share with male graduate student.
Air-conditioned, S9O, B-term, Apt.
#42, 1824 NW 3rd PI., Roberto
Pagano, Campus Ext. 2271. (B (B---1
--1- (B---1
COED or female graduate student
to share spacious and cool 2 bed*
room apartment with working
mother and baby starting immed immediately.
iately. immediately. $32.50 per month plus 1/2
utilities. 1240 SW 14th St., Call
378-1792 between 10 and 12 a.m.
FURNISHED 2 or 3 bedroom house.
5 minutes from University. Will
rent for 2 months, summer period
or 1 year lease. FR 6-4097. (B (B---1
--1- (B---1
FEMALE Roommate to share nice
3 bedroom house. Call Ext. 2908
during day; FR 6-2964 after 5.
Patricia. (B-146-2t-nc).
UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom, 2 bath
CCB screened porch house. 1804
NW 38th Terr. $125 per month.
Mr. Kaplan 372-0481 for appoint appointment
ment appointment to show. (B-149-ts-c).
ATTRACTIVE ROOM with private
entrance in quiet modern home.
Ideal for student who needs a
desirable place to study. FR 2-
7883. (B-146-ts-c).
APARTMENT, 3 bedroom. Extra
large. Partially furnished. New
kitchen. Ideal for 3 graduate stu students.
dents. students. Quiet area. SBS per month*
Lease required. 923 NE 3rd Ave.
376-9992. (B-147-ts-c). ;
Modern 1 bedroom, furnished air airconditioned
conditioned airconditioned apartment available
immediately. Sublet till August
30th. Call 372-7178 anytime. 3
blocks from campus. (B-150-2t-
Newly decorated, three bedroom
cottage. Private beach. SSO per
week. 24 miles to Gainesville. See
it at White Sands Beach, Johnson
or call 475-2831. (B-150-st-c).

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For 2 quiet gentlemen. Apply 321
SW 13th Stree. (B-151-lt-c).
Large partially furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Can accomodate up to 4
people. 1/2 block from campus.
372-0266. (B-151-3t-c).
Air conditioned efficiency. Avail Available
able Available July 11th. 3 blocks from
campus. 376-0917. (B-151-2t-c).
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Phone 376-8675. (C-151-3t-c).
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Call Don after 9 p.m. at 8-2193.
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Albers,Glenn In Golf Finals

Roberta Albers and Rhonda Glenn, a pair
of Floridians, swept past favorites Patti
Shot* and Carol Sorenson and into the
of the UJS. Womens Collegiate Golf Tour Tournament
nament Tournament at the University Golf Club yesterday.
The pair will meet at 8 a.m. today tor the
championship. Miss Albers, from Temple
Terrace and the University of Miami, upset
defending champion Miss Shook two' and one
to make her way into the finals.
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Carol Sorenson three and two to earn her
finals berth.
Miss Albers, considered the big threat
to the top pair from the outset, had a below
average qualifying round at 79, but came into 1
her own Wednesday when she went the first
nine in 33. She won her semi-final match
over Joyce Kazmierski three and two on
that day.
It was the second time Miss Albers has
knocked a favored Miss Shook out of a title.

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Miss Sorenson easily won her semi-Beal
match over Ann Wlllhoite of Depauw five and
four while Miss Shook defeated Carla Glasgow
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Track Star Mulkey In USTFF Decathlon

World-record holding Phil Mul Mulkey
key Mulkey is the latest entry in the
National United States Track and
Field Federation Decathlon set
for Friday and Saturday inGaines inGainesville.
ville. inGainesville.
Mulkey, of Birmingham, Ala.,
set a world standard in 1961 by
totaling 8709 points in the national
decathlon event. This mark was
broken by CJC. Yang in 1963 but
the scoring methods have been


Player G AB R H .BA 2B 3B HR RBI SB
Allen Trammell, LF 33 120 25 51 .425 12 2 1 33 13
Tommy Shannon, IB 33 114 23 41 ,360 4 11 24 5
Randy Morcroft, SS 33 124 23 34 *274 4 0 0 9 6
Bud Williams, C 20 46 10 12 .261 2 0 0 4 1
Don Pendley, 3B 31 110 25 28 .255 4 2 1 17 4
Bill Blomgren, RF 33 118 16 28 .237 6 2 1 18 2
Jack Kenworthy, C 26 72 11 16 .222 3 0 0 10 0
Charles Casey, CF 18 38 8 8 .211 3 2 0 6 0
Rufus Frazier, CF 21 34 6 7 .206 2 0 0 2 0
Ron Creese, CF-2B 21 64 10 12 .188 0 0 0 2 4
Bruce Moore, 2B 27 79 1 5 14 J 77 2 0 1 9 3
Less than 30 times at bat
Bob Hawkins, IB 7 8 0 4 .500 0 0 0 2 0
Adrian Zabala, P 11 9 0 4 ,444 0 0 0 0 0
Brownie Johnston, P-CF 12 15 2 4 .267 11 0 0 0
Dan Griffin, P 2 4 0 1 .250 1 0 0 1 0
Dan Cushman, 3B 15 23 6 5 .217 0 0 0 4 2
Ray Rollyson, P 11 16 1 3 .188 0 0 0 0 0
Kelly Prior, P 4 6 0 1 .167 0 0 0 0 0
Danny Eggart, P 13 25 2 3 J2O 0 0 1 3 0
Jim Boyesen, OF 9 8 2 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0
Joe Bekeris, OF 2 2 1 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0
Danny Orr, P 6 6 1 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0
Pitching Records
Ed Woolfolk 3 1-0 12 4 2-2 4 1.50 3
Kelly Prior 10 1-1 34 19 11- 8 33 2JI 13
Ray Rollyson 13 3-2 52 38 19-13 34 2.25 21
Adrian Zabala 16 5-0 39 34 18-11 29 2.54 16
Brownie Johnston 5 D-2 17 18 10- 5 15 2.64 5
Dan Griffin 10 3-2 25 14 8-8 13 2.68 10
Danny Eggart 14 5-4 68 1/3 76 37-29 36 3.82 24
Danny Orr 10 1-2 25 1/3 25 13-13 15 4.55 10
Charles Casey 5 1-0 8 6 8-4 14 4.45 7

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keys Mulkeys 8129 points under present
scoring is the best total in the
Mulkeys first decathlon cham championship
pionship championship was in 1951 and he has
since taken part in 35, another
world record. He has won the
Kansas Relays Decathlon seven
times against the world's fore foremost
most foremost competition.
Forced to withdraw from the

1960 Olympic team due to a pulled
muscle, Mulkey came back to finish
second in the NAAU decathlon
that year. He was also second in
the Pan Am Games in 1959, nar narrowly
rowly narrowly beaten by the great Rafer
Johnson of UCLA.
Mulkey's current times and dis distances
tances distances are as foUows: 100-meter
run 10.7, broad jump 24-
4 1/2, shot put (16 lb) 54-8,
high jump 6-1/2, 440-meter
run 50.5, 120 hh 14.4, col college
lege college discus 167-7-1/2, pole
vault l5-1, javelin 221-3-
1/2 and 1500-meter run 4:19.8.
The National USTFF Decathlon
will begin at the University of
Florida track at 2 p.m. Friday and

five events will be run. Same
starting time is scheduled for Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and once again there will
be five events.
Other entries already received
include Jimmy Rutland, University
of Georgia; Richard Aber, Lake
Worth High School; Harry Wink Winkler,
ler, Winkler, University of Florida; John

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While attention in Gainesville
has been focused on the nations
best coed golfers, Gator golf cap captain
tain captain Laurie Hammer has emerged
as one of the top prospects for
the Collegiate Mens Champion Championship.
ship. Championship.
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For B-Term
Still Open
Sign-up lists for all intramural
activities in all intramural sports
except softball are still open at
the intramural office for B Term
Deadline for signing up teams
for all sport except softball has
been extended to Tuesday, June
29 at 5 p.m. Those interested
should contact the Intramural De Department,
partment, Department, room 228, Florida Gym
immediately, or call extension

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You couldnt put water in a Volkswagen if you
wanted to. Or anti-freeze either.
The VW engine is cooled by air. It doesnt have a
radiator. Or any of the usual radiator problems.
No hose to leak or clog or run up costly re repair
pair repair bills.
Nothing to overheat or boil over in hot
weather. (You never see a VW cooling off by
the side of the road.)
Nothing to freeze in cold weather. The money
you save on anti-freeze is a dandy little dividend.
You get more dividends when it comes to gas
and oil.
The VW averages 32 miles to the gallon of gas.
Sometimes even more. Sometimes a little less.
Depending on how you drive.
You can almost forget about oil. The VW
rarely needs it between changes.
Tires go a long way, too. Common wear is
40,000 miles.
Maybe thats many people are going
Volkswagen. Its not a car that spends your money
like water.
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Morton, Stanford University; Shan Shannon
non Shannon Dawson, Florida Track Club;
Jim Richeson, Florida Track Club;
Jim Brown, Florida Track Club;
Richard Smith, Oberlin College;
Floyd Burn s ed, South Orlando
Track Club; John Dunphy, South
Orlando Track Club; Dwight De-
Vane, South Orlando Track Cluh.

The 6-4 Sarasotan shot a 3-
under-par 69 Wednesday at Knox Knoxville,
ville, Knoxville, Tenn., and came out only
two strokes behind tourney lea leader
der leader Marty Fleckman of Texas.
The contest, unlike the womens
event, is governed by stroke play
for four rounds. The second round
was held Thursday while the 36-
hole finals were listed on todays
Arne Dukka of California State
at Los Angeles was the only other
linksraan to do better than
Hammer. He shot a 68.
Gene Preuss of Southern Cali California
fornia California and Bob Greene of host
Tennessee both came in with 69*s
while defending champion Terry
Small carded a par 72.

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