Wackenhuts Forces Claimed 'Official
By HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Staff Writer
For heavens sakes" it is not a
private police force these are
government employees, G. Ralph
Kiel, director of public relations
for the Wackenhut Corp. told the
Kiel emphasized that the Wac Wackenhut
kenhut Wackenhut agency, hired by Gov. Clau Claude
de Claude Kirk to wage a war on crime
in Florida, is not functioning as
a private army of the states chief
People for the governors in investigative
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Time Runnriing Out For UF Choir
By JIM WHITE
Alligator Staff Writer
The UF Choir, which sang to
an international audience at the
opening of the 1964 New York
World's Fair, is having to turn
down an invitation to represent the
United States at the Montreal
Worlds Fair (Expo 67) in April
because of a lack of funds.
To make the trip, the 70-mem 70-member
ber 70-member singing group needs about $9,-
000 to cover transportation costs,
housing and other expenses. The
choirs budget, however, is only
Choir student official shave been
working on plans for the trip for
almost a year, only to find them themselves
selves themselves balked at every turn.
Weve tried everything, tour
manager JohnSaylor told members
of the choir Monday, and Im
afraid we just arent going to be
able to make it.
Saylor and the other choir of officers
ficers officers have tried to get trans transportation
portation transportation from the Air Force,
have written all of Floridas U.S.
senators and congressmen for
help, have appealed to the Florida
Development Commission, the
Florida Chamber of Commerce and
the Florida Citrus Com mission for
financial backing all to no avail.
Singing at the fair would be
a wonderful means of recognition
for both the university and the
state, choir president Arthur
Besides, Johnson went on,
we've been corresponding with
the Mike Douglas Show and the
Vol. 59, No. 76
Ed Sullivan Show. If we could get
to the fair, theres an excellent
chance that we would also appear
on national television.
To make the trip to the Worlds
Fair in New York, the choir got
its financial backing from a special
vending machine fund under the
control of UF President J. Wayne
This year, Saylor observed
ruefully, there just doesnt seem
Campaign 67 UF Style Under Way
By ANDY MOOR
Alligator Editorial Editor
The top slates arent full yet, true. But three contestants
for president and vice-president have qualified and, consequent consequently,
ly, consequently, campaign 67 UF style has started.
The University Party slate, headed by Larry Tyree and Sam
Block, is made up for the most part of the organization which a
year ago put Buddy Jacobs in the presidents chair. Only one
sect is missing that being the Fred Breeze, Charles Shepherd
wing of Student Party.
Tyree, who switched to the College of Education this trimes trimester
ter trimester after dropping out of Law School, has the backing of the four fourhouse-unit
house-unit fourhouse-unit which has been behind the last three student body
presidents Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Epsilon Phi, Sigma Chi
and Alpha Tau Omega.
Tyree is a Sigma Nu, but was initiated before transferring to
Florida. He hasnt been active with the Florida chapter. Tyree
is the lone Florida Blue Key memNjr among the three qualified
As qualifications, Tyree will use his presidency on the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union Board and past experience on Legislative Council.
His running mate, Sam Block, has served as majoritv leader
vestigative investigative force have been se secured
cured secured from Wackenhut to work for
the governor in the capacity of
official government employees,
The Wackenhut agency is the
third largest private investigate
and security firm in the U.S. It
currently employs more former
FBI men than any other similar
business in the nation. George
R. Wackenhut heads the business.
Questions have been raised
throughout Florida over the gover governor
nor governor employing such a private firm
University of Florida, Gainesville
to be enough money around.
Last trimester, the choir offi officers
cers officers submited a request for funds
to the budget and finance commit committee
tee committee of Legislative Council. Told
that their request had practically
no chance of passing, they with withdrew
drew withdrew it.
As a last resort, Johnson and
Saylor took their case to Student
Body President Buddy Jacobs Mon Monday.
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to do investigative work for the
state. Particular criticism has
been leveled at the fact that the
Wackenhut agency will be working
for the state through private funds
donated by interested citizens.
Their reimbursement will
come from this fund which is be being
ing being established in Tallhassee,
Kiel replied when asked how agen agency
cy agency men will be payed.
He stressed that George R. Wac Wackenhut,
kenhut, Wackenhut, head of the war on crime
will act as a state official at
the salary of $1 per year.
He (Jacobs) seems to be for
us all the way, Johnson said,
and he promised to do every everything
thing everything in his power to help. Im
not sure what he can do, but hes
our last hope.
Time is running out. Because
housing, transportation and con concert
cert concert arrangements have to be made
well in advance, the choir has to
know within a matter of days whe whether
ther whether or not it can get the fin financial
ancial financial backing it needs.
on the Council and was assistant general chairman of homecoming
last fall. Block is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, but he like
Tyree, was initiated elsewhere and hasn't been active here.
University Party at present has the strongest backing of the
three, an estimated 300 bloc votes more than United.
FIRST Party nominee Shepherd, an independent has the stron strongest
gest strongest independent organization of the three with strong backing in
both Hume and Murphree areas. The remnants of last years
Apathy Party are in the Shepherd camp as is the popular vice vicepresident
president vicepresident Breeze, th party chairman.
Shepherd has the backing of only one fraternity (Sigma Nu)
and one sorority (Zeta Tau Alpha). In order to win, he must be
strong with the independents. So hell try to appeal to them.
As administrative assistant to Jacobs, Shepherd has come to
know the inner workings of Student Government and has had a
major part in the changes of the past year including the Group
Seating Bill. His chairmanship of the ACCENT program will be
another plus in his column.
(SEE CAMPAIGN/ PAGE 2)
Kiel noted that although Wac Wackenhut
kenhut Wackenhut men will be working in the
crime fight they will be working
officially for the governor of Flor Florida
ida Florida and not Wackenhut.
Kiel also said that the war on
crime will employ persons other
than criminal investigators.
In conducting this war on crime
we will also employ attorneys, ac accountants
countants accountants and others, Kiel noted.
The investigation is in the
(SEE WA-*. .vENHUT, P. \ 2)
Wednesday January ]R 196?
By SARAH KUTZ
Alligator Staff Writer
The recently adopted curfew
change, which extended curfew to
11 for freshmen, 12 for sopho sophomores
mores sophomores and juniors, and 12:30 for
seniors caused a variety of reac reactions
tions reactions from the UF coed.
Its beter for everybody but
the second trimester freshmen/
Not worth a thing.
Better than the old one.
Marcia Mann, a student in in interior
terior interior design says It's great.
I can work on my architecture
projects without rushing to meet
an early curfew.
Other co-eds feel it allows for
more freedom, yet at the same time
retains the discipline for those
who need it. One sophomore claim claimed
ed claimed It's a lot fairer and you eli eliminate
minate eliminate the confusion you had with
Not all coeds were as happ}
about the change. Most of the re resentment
sentment resentment came from freshmen.
Many of them feel there should shouldn't
n't shouldn't be any difference between
freshmen and sophomores.
Before, everyone was on un
equal basis and had the same cur curfew,
few, curfew, said Judy Kramp, It's bet better
ter better for everybody but the second
trimester freshman. The late per permits
mits permits gave us an extra hour. Now
those freshmen who made the(vr
2.0 don't get the reward.
, Hie Florida Alligator, Wednesday, January 18, 1967
(FROM PAGE 1)
realm of organized crime and cor corruption,*'
ruption,*' corruption,*' the official continued.
He said that although there have
[been some questions asked by
[reporters like are you going
to investigate communists and ho homosexuals,'
mosexuals,' homosexuals,' ** this will not be
the job of the crime fighters.
This is an Investigation into
organized crime and corruption,**
Kiel said again.
Kiel expressed displeasure when
asked about the source of funds
for the crime war. He said that
the governor would reveal the list
of donors shortly. You or I will
give a dollar of SSOO or sl,ooo,*
he said. I am a little
becaused others bring this up,
Kiel continued. He then quoted a
story carried by United Press In International
ternational International on Jan. 15 which said
Gov. Claude Kirk promised
names will be made public prompt promptly."
Gov. Kirk said names will be
made public In the very near
future,** Kiel quoted the governor
The Wackenhut spokesman also
said that persons donating funds
to the war on crime will them themselves
selves themselves be subject to investigation
if they should in some way be im implicated
plicated implicated in criminal activities.
Moreover Kiel said that Wac Wackenhut
kenhut Wackenhut men will cooperate with
Florida law enforcement of officers.**
In connection with this he noted
that private investigators are be being
ing being employ^ by the governor be because
cause because current law enforcement
services do not have the men or
facilities to grapple with the crime
Finally Kiel stressed that there
would be no conflict among the
Wackenhut agencys private ac accounts
counts accounts and its investigations for
the state. ;
As director of the war on
crime he (George Wackenhut) is
an individual he is a man of
principle. We can assure you that
he will not be influenced or open
to private pressure from any sour source,*
ce,* source,* Kiel concluded.
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FIRST vice-president candidate Jim Valentine has worked on
many of the same projects that Shepherd has. Valentine is a
Pi Kappa Alpha.
United Party candidate Rob Blue has been very active in
the Interfraternity Council since his sophomore year and was
recently appointed to the Faculty Disciplinary Committee, an
honor only one other undergraduate male has received. Since
that other male was Buddy Jacobs, Blue may have tradition on
Blue has already made statements indicating his favor of en enforcement
forcement enforcement of the controversial Group Seating Bill and for some
strong changes which he says he will recommend in the platform.
United Vice-Presidential candidate Greg Johnson is a sophomore
who has taken over the independent organization of departed
Gary Goodrich. Johnson is presently a member of Legislative
Council, having assumed Goodrichs seat when he left for the
Uniteds organization is similar to the one that backed loser
Steve Cheeseman in the *66 race. It includes Blues house, Delta
Tau Delta, and other powerful houses such as Pi Lambda Phi L_ a nd
Phi Delta Theta. Blue has had little success in keeping the sor sororities
orities sororities that backed Cheeseman and, hence, is behind on the bloc
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Pinstripers Back In Action
The Pinstriper Program, a volunteer group of female students
which serves in the Department of Student Health began a new
trimester of service on Monday.
The group has been given national publicity in the Journal of
the American College Health Association and from the Director
of the Division of Volunteer Services, American Hospital Asso Association
ciation Association because the Pinstripers are unique to a student health
The program is being expanded. Any young women who are
interested in serving their fellow students are requested to come
to Mrs. Mizelles office, Rm. 124, Department of Student Health,
to fill out an application blank a~d select an hour from the sche schedule.
dule. schedule. Former members of the program who wanttwant to this
trimester may sign up at the same place.
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Wednesday, January 18, 1967, The Florida Alligator,
by nty \
My nosy neighbor drives me nuts. Hes always complain complaining.
ing. complaining. If its not some snide remark about me practicing on my
trumpet at dawn hes either calling the police about my par parties,
ties, parties, trying to have my pet pigs removed from my yard, or
griping because my anteater overturns his garbage cans. What
can I do?
Youll just have to be patient unfortunately. Theres a
crank in almost every neighborhood, and complaining just makes
it worse. I could tell you stories about a nut on my block that
would make your hair curl -- just last month he invoked some
silly zoning ordinance and I had to move out of my tree house.
More Than 120 Guests
To Attend UFs ACCENT
More than 120 students from
Florida high schools, junior col colleges
leges colleges and out-of-state univer universities
sities universities will arrive here Thursday
to attend UFs ACCENT Sympos Symposium
ium Symposium to be held at Florida Gym
Richard Nixon, former vice pre president,
sident, president, and U.S. Sen. George Sma Smathers
thers Smathers are among the nationally nationallyknown
known nationallyknown participants scheduled to
Engineering A Better To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow was selected as the
theme of the 1967 Engineers Fair
to be held March 10, 11 and 12,
announced Jesse Pipkin, Chairman
of the 1967 Fair.
The slogan was the best entry
in a contest held last trimester.
Mrs. Dorothea Koschatzky, a se secretary
cretary secretary in the Electrical Engin Engineering
eering Engineering Department, submitted the
winning entry. She will receive
the $25 prize for her thought thoughtfulness.
We had quite a few good en entries,
tries, entries, Pipkin commented. And
we had some others, too, such
as Engineers Embark on a Dis Disneyland
neyland Disneyland Lark.
Fidelity Life Insurance
Norik OtwiM Hospitality Dish...
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speak on the theme The Respon Responsibility
sibility Responsibility of Dissent.
The symposium is designed to
bring selected speakers of national
prominence to campus for dis discussions
cussions discussions of issues vital to stu students.
dents. students. ACCENT aims at bringing
to the student an awareness of
the issues facing the nation and
Student delegates will be the
luncheon guests of UF fraternities.
Participating high schools in include:
clude: include: Paxon High, Jacksonville;
King High, Tampa; Key West High;
Maynard Evans, Orlando; East Bay
High; Melbourne High; Miami
Springs High; Vero Beach High
(including a second delegation from
Mu Alpha Theta); Satellite High,
Cocoa; Gainesville High; Edgewat Edgewater,
er, Edgewater, Orlando; Orange Park High;
Cocoa Beach High, and Dillard
Comprehensive, Fort Lauderdale.
Also attending the lectures will
be students from Orlando Junior
CoHege and Pensacola Junior Col College.
will come from the University of
California at Los Angeles, New
York University, Florida State
University and the University of
Other ACCENT speakers will
be Chicago newspaper columnist
Sydney Harris; author and jour journalist
nalist journalist Max Lerner; syndicated po political
litical political columnist Russell Kirk; au author
thor author and a founder of the Con Congress
gress Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)
James Farmer, and the publisher
of National Review, William A.
, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, January 18, 1967
JUDGE REFUSES TO
WASHINGTON (UPI) A fed federal
eral federal judge refused Tuesday to dis dismiss
miss dismiss criminal charges against Ro Robert
bert Robert G. Bobby Baker or sup suppress
press suppress the testimony of the govern government's
ment's government's star witness because of
U.S. District Judge Oliver Gasch
turned down motions by defense
attorney Edward Bennett Williams
that he dismiss all criminal char charges,
ges, charges, or failing that, suppress tes testimony
timony testimony of Washington lawyer lawyerlobbyist
lobbyist lawyerlobbyist Wayne L. Bromley.
Williams protested that Brom Bromley,
ley, Bromley, who testified earlier that he
had cashed $24,000 in checks from
business sources and had given
the money to B&ker, had been il illegally
legally illegally equipped as a walking
bug. Bromley admitted the bug bugging
ging bugging in testimony Monday.
The eavesdropping equipment,
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The
Cabinet Tuesday gave approval to
the Beverage Departments re request
quest request for the addition of three new
intelligence officer posts to help
crack down on liquor and cigar cigarette
ette cigarette bootlegging in Florida.
Beverage Department Director
Don Meiklejohn said the chief in intelligence
telligence intelligence officer and two other
officers would take the place of
four special agents now drawing
$6,900 annually each.
The new Chief Intelligence Of Officer,
ficer, Officer, Tony Smilgin, would draw
$11,418 and the two lower officers
would be paid SB,OOO each.
Meiklejohn had warned the State
Budget Commission in a hearing
Monday that Florida could become
the next green pasture for cig cigarette
arette cigarette bootleggers operating out
of North Carolina where no tax
has been levied on cigarettes. He
said the addition of the new in intelligence
telligence intelligence officers would enable his
department to piece together the
big picture of liquor and cigar cigarette
ette cigarette bootlegging in the state.
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Williams said, had been placed
on Bromley so that federal agents
could listen to his conversations
with Baker in March, 1965.
Baker, one-time Senate page
boy from Pickens, S.C., who rose
to become Senate Democtatic se secretary
cretary secretary and confidant of Wash Washington
ington Washington bigwigs, is charged with
income tax evasion, larceny and
fraud in connection with private
NEW YORK (UPI) Dow Jones
Tuesday closing range of avera averages.
30 Indus 843.65
20 Rails 223.68
15 Utils 139.31
65 Stocks 302.52
Net change; 30 Indus., up 10.41;
20 Rails, up 2.86; 15 Utils., up
0.89; 65 Stocks, up 3.50.
Gets Four Years
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI)
Robert Bolivar Depugh, head of
the right-wing Minutemen organ organization,
ization, organization, Tuesday was sentenced to
four years imprisonment and
placed on five years probation on
charges of conspiracy and illegal
possession of firearms.
U.S. District Judge Elmo B.
Hunter gave Depugh and two oth other
er other Minutemen leaders 10 days in
which to appeal. He passed sen sentence
tence sentence after overruling defense mo motions
tions motions for a new trial.
Troy Houghton and the other
leaders were sentenced to three
years in prison and Walter Pey Peyson
son Peyson to two years in prison and
three years probation.
Young Mao Officers Confined
HONG KONG (UPI) Peking
Radio disclosed Tuesday night that
rebellious military academy ca cadets
dets cadets supporting Mao Tse-tung have
been confined to quarters by ser.
ior officers who refused to sup support
port support the Communist party chair chairman
man chairman in Red Chinas power strug struggle.
The broadcast brought new evi evidence
dence evidence of a major rift within the
military in the upheaval.
President Liu Shao-chi was re reported
ported reported to have fled Peking for
the provinces to reorganize his
opposition to Mao while Defense
Minister Lin Piao was said to
be in Manchuria trying to win sup support
port support of the army in the northeast
Peking Radio said a great num number
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'New Order 9 Ousts
TOKYO (UPI) The charmed
political life of Indonesian Pre President
sident President Sukarno appears to have
run its course.
The target date for Sukarnos
ouster had been March 11, the
first anniversary of the new or order
der order assumption cf power by ar army
my army General Suharto. But private
advices reaching Tokyo said the
hawks within the new order
are pushing so hard that Sukarno
could be out within two weeks.
The 65-year-old Sukarno deli delivered
vered delivered his own valedictory a week
ago when he defied government
strongmen and refused to give an
accounting of his responsibilities
during the 1965 Communist coup
attempt, according to observers
close to the Indonesian scene.
Why, Sukarno asked, am I
the only one who is asked to ren render
der render account for the responsibility
for the occurance of the 30th of
September Communist coup move movement?
He asked for some accounting
of his own. Who, he asked, is
going to account for the seven
assassination attempts against him
during the past decade?
Just what form Sukarnos dis dismissal
missal dismissal will take cannot be fore-
ber number of fledgling officers at the
army snd air force academies
were restricted after the recent
victory of pro-Mao forces in
Shanghai. This indicated the inci incidents
dents incidents occurred within the past few
It pointed up the differences
between officers who want to put
military matters first and build
a nuclear-age military establish establishment
ment establishment and those who adhere to
Maos dictum of politics in com command.'
The real aims of the officers
was to sabotage the activities of
the cadets for studying the works
of Mao Tse-tung, the Mao-con Mao-control
trol Mao-control led radio said.
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cast. It is known that he has been
urged to take a trip, a long trip,
and remain abroad.
This possibility has gained cre credence
dence credence since his third wife, beau beautiful
tiful beautiful Ratna Dewi, a former Jap Japanese
anese Japanese cabaret entertainer, announ announced
ced announced recently that she would have
her baby in Japan in March in instead
stead instead of in Jakarta.
The need for a student sup supreme
reme supreme court was stressed last night
as Dave Welch announced his can candidacy
didacy candidacy for chancellor of the Honor
Court under the United Party ban banner.
The honor system has proven
itself strong enough to support a
student supreme court for
appeals, Welch said.
Welch, who has been active in
the Honor Court for the last three
terms said that a student supreme
court would have the power to
review the decisions of the Fa Faculty
culty Faculty Disiplinary Committee and
the Honor Court.
Five thousand copies of ACCENT
Magazine are now being distributed
free of charge at the information
booth across the street from the
Hub. The magazine has articles
by nationally known political and
social commentators along with
some by UF faculty.
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A better idea
never came out of a crystal ball
At Ford Motor Company were always looking
for better ideas. But not with a crystal ball.
We do it with background and brain.
We do it by seeking answers for down-to down-toearth
earth down-toearth questions such as: Should a profitable central
city dealership be relocated to a growing suburban
location? Whats the sales potential for a new
And we do it by trying to solve problems that
havent been faced till now. Problems such as: Is an
electric car the answer to city traffic? How will
people travel in the year 2000?
In short, our better ideas come from better
people. And we take extra steps to get them. Ford
Motor Company has a College Graduate Program
ACCENT MOVES ON
Symphony, Movie On Docket Tonight
By FRANK SHEPHERD
Alligator Staff Writer
ACCENT *67 continues into its
second day with two evening per performances,
formances, performances, the UF music depart department's
ment's department's Electronic Symphony
and the movie, Nine Days to
The electronic symphony, en entitled
titled entitled The Avant-Garde in Music:
A Problem of Communication, is
a lecture-concert presented by the
chairman of the UF music de department,
partment, department, Reid Poole. The sym symphony
phony symphony will be presented at 8:00
in University Auditorium.
Os several directions being
taken in the field of experiment experimental
al experimental music today, Poole said elect electronic
ronic electronic music is the area which is
being most rapidly and most sol solidly
idly solidly assimilated into our musical
culture on various levels.
The lecture-concert will deal
with the main current develop developments
ments developments in electronic music, with
implications of the develop developments,
ments, developments, and with the problem of
communication and syntax creat created
ed created by the new materials.
Music to be heard during the
evening will include selections by
Mel Powell, Buleht, and Arel.
Also, at 8 in the Medical Science
Building Auditorium, the movie.
ACCENT Schedule Os Events
Movie: Nine Days to Rama
William A. Rusher
which provides immediate opportunities for indi individJal
vidJal individJal development. In our rotational assignment
system graduates are assured broad training and
constant visibility to management. Right now, new
products, new marketing programs, new subsidiary
operations here and abroad are creating new jobs.
One could be yours.
For more information, write our College
Recruiting Department. Or better yet, schedule an
appointment through your placement office to
talk with our representa representative.
tive. representative. Hell be on campus
soonlooking for better
people with better ideas.
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Wednesday, January 18, 1967, The Florida Alligator,
Nine Days to Rama w m be
Part History, part fiction, the
movie is a tense drama of the hours
preceding the assassination of
11:00 A.M. -1 :00 P.M.
Mahatma Ghandi. Suspense in the
movie mounts as the film seeks
to answer why a fine young man
plots to destroy the dedicated lead leader.
Medical Science Bid.
Bryan Lounge, Fla. Union
Student Service Center
Student Service .Center
Failure to either serve or be
excused by a court clerk when
called to serve on the Honor Court
jury will be considered contempt
of court, according to Chancellor
The new Honor Court policy on
jurors will consist of at least
one-third more students called to
serve on juries and a more len lenient
ient lenient excuse policy.
Dunn said that students may be
charged with contempt of court ifi
they can't show good cause for
not serving oh the jury or being
excused. Contempt of court may
mean up to six penalty hours.
Art work of Japanese children,
an exhibition circulated by The
Museum of Modern Art, New York,
will be on display at the Florida
Union through Jan. 29.
The exhibition was selected by
Lois Lord as part of a study of
art teaching in Japan made under
a grant from The New World Foun Foundation.
dation. Foundation. In discussing the exhibition,
Mess Lord says: "Art has tradi traditionally
tionally traditionally been an imoortant part of
Japanese culture and observation of
nature is evident in Japanese life.
From the earliest age children are
taken in family groups to see the
beauty of nature such as the first
greens or cherry blossoms in
spring or the red maple trees of
autumn." It may be usual for all
children to explore nature, but in
Japan natural phenomena are con constantly
stantly constantly pointed out both at home
and school. Observation is extend extended
ed extended to drawing from nature and
school children are taken in groups
to sketch in parks or temple
This show is presented by the
Fine Arts Committee of the Union
Both $lO to S4O
Manuals & Electrics
604 N. MAIN ST.
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S/atec/ As Part Os ACCENT
By FRANK SHEPHERD
Alligator Staff Writer
Tickets go on sale today for the
Campus-wide Luncheon" to be
held Saturday at 11 a.m. in con conjunction
junction conjunction with ACCENT *67.
Speakers from the ACCENT pro program
gram program will be at the luncheon in
an effort to meet with the student
body on a more personal basis,"
according to ACCENT General
Chairman, Charles Shepherd.
Speakers will meet and discuss
with students on an individual basis.
The Independent luncheon will
be held at the HUB and will have
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Fraternity and sorority members
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The Informal buffet will be cat catered
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FIRSTS Valentine, Universitys
Block Qualify For Number 2 Spot
By KATHIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
FIRST Party named Jim Valen Valentine
tine Valentine as its vice-presidential can candidate
didate candidate Tuesday night at an informal
gathering at the Sigma Nu House.
Presidential candidate Charles
Shepherd made the announcement
Jim Valentine is my choice
for vice president because I know
Larry Tyree a University Party,
presidential candidate said Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday that Sam Block will join him
to lead the University Party slate
as a candidate for vice-president.
13th C jqlifier
Rob Blue, Urited Party candi candidate
date candidate for presid it, proved Monday
that he is not Â£ jperstitious.
Blue was the thirteenth candi candidate
date candidate to qualify in the race, for
student government positions. He
stated that 13 has often been a
lucky number for him.
Gregg Johnson, United Party
candidate for vice-president, also
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him well, having worked with him
on the ACCENT program and on
other areas of Student Government.
We also were in the Legislative
Council together there for a
It is my firm belief," Tyree
said, that since Sam Block has
served well as majority floor lea leader
der leader of Legislative Council, he is
uniquely qualified to hold the pos position
ition position of the presiding officer of
the Council, as the vice-president
Besides being majority floor
leader of the Council, Sam Block
has also been on Legislative Coun Councils
cils Councils Budget and Finance commit committee,
tee, committee, and the Rules and Calendar
committee. Block also has been
assistant general chairman of
Block has held one of the top
five positions in Orientation, where
he served the student body as dir director
ector director of traffic. Block worked on
the Florida Union Board as Chair Chairman
man Chairman of Public Relations.
Commenting on Blocks nomi nomination,
nation, nomination, Tyree added that he was
extremely pleased to have some someone
one someone so competent and dependable
as Sam running with me."
while," said Shepherd. ~ ]
I know Jim will make a vail
uable and competent vi c|
president," Shepherd continue!
Competence will be the key wo|
to this administration.
Valentine served as the major!
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Leg Council and chairman of t J
Judiciary Committee. He also serl
ved as project director for Doll
lars for Scholars, traffic co-orl
dinator for Homecoming, andas-l
sistant program director for Acl
CENT. In his freshman year hel
was tapped into Phi Eta Sigml
freshman mens honorary, anti
presently holds a 3.4 average!
Valentine has been a member ofl
the track team, and is a platoon!
leader of the Gator Raiders and]
a Section Advisor in his residence!
Shepherd and Valentine will meet!
again tonight at the Sigma m
House and will speak at dinner.
The remainder of the FIRST
slate will be announced this week.
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Editorial Editor Sports Editor
Opinions of columnists do not uecessanly reflect the
editorial viewpoint of the Alligator. The only official
i voice of the Alligator staff is the editorial In the left
The Late Show
From the looks of things, UF officials
have decided to make a lot of changes
in conjunction with the switch to the
quarter system -- and opening the new
Florida Union and Graduate Research
Library appear to be among them* s
Originally scheduled for opening at the
beginning of the 1966-67 school year, these
two important buildings have been delayed
and delayed to the point where one
would be happy if he had absolute as assurance
surance assurance that theyll be open for Fall
Now we have nothing particularly
against Tasinari Inc., whos building the
Library, or H. L. Cobel Co., whos re responsible
sponsible responsible for the Union -- but we do
feel that five extensions of the original
date set for completion should be more
We realize that nothing can be done
at this time to hasten opening of either
structure, but we also believe better
planning on the part of UF officials and
contractors would result in faster con construction.
If a new coliseum is on the docket
next, then some definite plans must be
made to get the job done fast.
Five extensions there might mean three
extra seasons in which Florida Gym is
still home for the basketball team. And
the Coach Bartlett is packing them in
that old structure just wont be able to
Info. Services Good
Its not very often that the public
relations department of a large organ organization
ization organization gets any publicity itself. After
all the function of a public relations of office
fice office is to put out, not receive publicity.
But, UFs Informational Services could
run a good race with that theory -- if
Director Bob Lynch wasnt so modest.
Informational Services receives
batches of citations every year for one
outstanding job or another. The most
recent was one from the U.S. Army com commending
mending commending Lynch and his staff for their
part in Operation Appreciation.
But Lynch didnt want or get any pub publicity
licity publicity on the award -- or for that mat matter
ter matter all his awards. Informational Ser Services,
vices, Services, understaffed and located in one of
the oldest buildings on campus, continues
to turn out more than 100 releases --
large and small -- every month.
Its a tributeto Lynch and the six
members of his staff that they do such
an excellent job.
By GARY CORSERI
This is the one that is written
from Washington Square, my hands
barely able to clasp the pencil,
raw with the cold, the wind howl howling,
ing, howling, snow flakes falling on a naked
brain. I am just returned from
chating with a dead pigeon. How
it got to lie so dead and bloody
in the snow I cant begin to ima imagine.
gine. imagine. One thinks a bird, at least,
would have a place to go when
winter comes. One thinks there
ought to be a God of pigeons.
Wandering up to 42nd Street, I
meet Angela, shifting her weight
from one foot to another, rubbing
her hands together, and wanting
to know why Im late. It's how
my watch ran out of time, I
tell her, and I smile to myself
thinking how I never wind it any anyway.
way. anyway. She wants tn walk or move or
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Listen To The Ramble
The Rumble And The Roar
By NEWT SIMMONS
Alligator Editorial Assistant
Mah name is Newt Simmons. As
a columnist for the Alligator (Say
did you ever hear the story about'
the time RoberbKennedy was riding
over the swamp in a helicopter
and he sees these two white guys
pulling a colored guy on water skis
and yells down thats a fine example
of brotherhood there and these guys
they look at each other and say
jyhassa matter with'that guyaint
he ever seen nobody casting for
alligators before? Well . .)
By the by, I take the name
of this column from the West Side
Jets song of the same name. And
rumbling is just what I intend
to do. It will burp from one sub subject
ject subject to another with no regard
for form, content, space, time,
accuracy or the intelligence level
of my readers.
My intentions are to write col columns
umns columns on controversial things and
stuff and garbage of general in interest
terest interest to people who realize that
everything' else that is written is
probably part of the international
communist conspiracy or else
authored in Washington by the pup pupputs
puts pupputs of the creeping socialism
which is everywhere. I do not
claim that every idea will be ori original,
ao something, but not just stand
there because its much too cold
for that. When she talks, I catch
the smoke in my hands.
We amble over to 34th Street,
and right in front of the Empire
State theres a guy playing the vio violin,
lin, violin, very intent, a sign in front
of him that says, Student Needs
Money To Continue Violin Studies.
I pitch my last two bits into his
open case, and he doesnt bat an
eye lash, but keeps right on play playing
ing playing the Bach. Ars longa, vita
brevis, think I, smugly.
At the top of the Empire
State were looking down over a
hundred stories. The wind is ham hammering
mering hammering on my ears like verse.
A small child is blown off the ob observation
servation observation deck, into the greying
sky. She never is heard from again,
but the crazy memory of her
laughter haunts me to this day.
Thinking of ultimate causes, de designs.
signs. designs. patterns written like a
ginal, original, no matter how lunatic or
absurd it may be. Some of it will
just be condensations of things I
have read (rarely even moving
my lips) in little mimeographed
(SEE NEWT, PAGE 9)
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STAFF MEMBERS Harvey Alper, Jimmey Bailey, George
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LAB ASSISTANTS Laura Brown, Michael Hencin, PeggySneid PeggySneider,
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In order to better cover campus events the Alligator uses
reporters from the School of Journalism and Communications.
Their bylines are followed by Alligator Correspondent.
criss-cross of boulevards in the
snow. A man starts firing a high
powered rifle in all directions at
once, shooting the passers-by be below.
low. below. Pow, pow, and they fall uk e
dead bleeding birds. Now the snow
covers the world like a gauze.
Pow, pow, and Angela 15 shot and
screaming. Damn the cold, I think
and I throw her body overboard!
Ravenous sharks devour her. My
hands are covered with bloody
feathers. Pow, pow, and every everything
thing everything is reeling, lost in the mael maelstrom,
strom, maelstrom, and now settling into my
seat to watch a midnight movie
on 42nd Street, a bullet ticking
in my guts. The movie is about
normal and abnormal perverts,
somehow banded together in order
to form a more perfect union.
Suddenly a young man in a storm
trooper uniform announces that
there will be no more smoking
in the theater. With perfect non nonchalence
chalence nonchalence I light my El Producto
and blow the smoke forever in
his face. He tries to strangle me,
but I only laugh, because I am
quite aware that you cannot kill
a dead man. I jump onto the stage
and walk right into the movie.
Frortf a distance I hear the storm
trooper shouting some inanity
about the artistic mentality.
This is precisely what is com comforting.
forting. comforting. Inside the movie I discover
my true nature: I am a number
of intinite dots flashed on a screen.
I am moving in slow motion now,
a portfolio of poems tucked se securely
curely securely under my arms. I am per perfectly
fectly perfectly at home in the movie. Soon,
however, I grow tired, and Im
looking for a place to sleep, but
theres no place to sleep in a
movie, so I step out of the screen
into the deserted theater. Outside
the door I find the storm trooper
selling Bibles. I pick up a Bible
and peruse it. Do justly love
mercy and walk humbly with thy
God. The storm trooper says
that I am damned. I punch him
squarely in his hare-lipped mouth.
And now I am wandering back back_waxds.
_waxds. back_waxds. I have gone by way of the
gutter, and I find that, if nothing
else, the gutters of the world
are endless. A fiend is stalking
me, lurking in the shadows. I
stumble over a derelict, lyine
beside an empty bottle, in a pool
of urine and blood.
At last I am past caring. I
lie down to die. In the middle
of my suicide note my pen runs
out of ink.
Swaying on a becalmed sea. Tok Token,
en, Token, please. How do I get to Sheep Sheepshead
shead Sheepshead Bay, Mr.? I cant find my
way out of here . You take
the Breiton Special to Eternity.
You transfer at Nowhere Ave Avenue
nue Avenue .
I drown in darkness, a feather
through my heart .
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(FROM PAGE 8)
publications that are the only
ones that really know the facts
about what all's going on.
Anyway, I'm just a southern boy,
a SOUTHERN BOY, ah say. From
Shreveport, LouisianaSHEVE LouisianaSHEVEPORT.
PORT. LouisianaSHEVEPORT. to you, boylast out outpost
post outpost of the confederacy, Shreve Shreveport.
port. Shreveport. Course, all the for formal
mal formal Confederate forts are closed
down now, have been since 1963,
but still a FINE PLACE. Lots of
levees and colored folks playing
de old banjo and eating watermel watermelon
on watermelon and getting whupped iffen they
smile too much everything real
nice in Shreveport. Course, if the
word ever reaches there about
Lee surrendering . hooo boy!
Anyhow, my folks, I say MAH
FOLKS, hail from Winn Parish
and I always feel real strong
about Winn Parish. They were
dirt farmers mainly, back before
the Civil Warraised some of
the best dirt in the state .
but it didn't pay off, so they quit
in the best traditions of Southern
manhood. But my folks, y'see y'seedidnt
didnt y'seedidnt learn much about the real
South, the waydownupponnas waydownupponnaswanneeriver
wanneeriver waydownupponnaswanneeriver isittruewhatthey
sayaboutdixie South, until they
left. Terrible thingnobody in
Winn Parish had any slaves, why
it was Winn Parish that told the
Confederacy, We dont want to
secede, we ain't got nuthin' worth
fighting for. They didn't know the
need for the war to end wars,
the need to make the world safe
for aristocracy .. thank the
good Lord, times have changed.
I dare say that there is hardly
a small Southern town in this na nation
tion nation today that is unaware of the
dangers eminating from Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, threatening to destroy
the moral fiber of our nation and
ruin all that has made our coun country
try country great. A few examples of these
terrifying things follow:
Three Negroes were arrested in
Mississippi for suspicion of jay jaywalking,
walking, jaywalking, lightly beaten when they
vocally attempted to resist arrest,
were put in solitary confinement
and, after only four weekswere
ordered released by the Justice
Department, in a classic example
of interference with local law en enforcement,
forcement, enforcement, who didn't even attempt
to see if the unfiled charges were
indeed true. If it had been three
white men, would the feds have
The dirty North Vietnamese are
at it again. Those low down rats
are their armament fact factories
ories factories as residential areas, my
sources tell me. They even go to
the trouble of removing all mach machinery
inery machinery and filling the factories with
civilian families. The only solution
is to just bomb 'em all and kill
the heck out of them cause the
only good gook is a dead gook
anyhow. Besides, right now, its
costing us about $250,000 for every
Viet Cong or North Vietnamese we
kill far too much. By hitting re residential
sidential residential areas, we can cut the cost
down to as low as SIOO,OOO per adult
--children, 3 for $50,000 quite
Newt Came Down From Shreveport
Furthermore, I think its time
we stopped pussyfooting around and
started bombing South Vietnam too.
When you cant tell a friendly gook
from an enemy gook, the simplest
solution is to just kill 'em all.
Besides, the only good gook is
What about that stupid suicide
inquest in Mississippi? Big deal.
So they found some colored boy in
the river whod took more chain
than he could swim with and then
got all tangled up?
Whats all this talk about
If we looked Ibr H
H stereotyped engineers,
H Mustang would still be on H
H the drawing board.
HUm We do a lot of engineering at Ford Motor And a two year rotational assignment HBMI
Company to come up with better ideas. We program.
know they don't come from people who look
alike, act alike and think alike. If you want to be an engineermechanical,
They come from thinking individuals. industrial, electrical, chemical or metallur-
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increasing the pay of migrant
workers to 50 cents an hour?
My godarent food prices high
enoughjilready without burdening
down us poor consumers? Raise
it and the next thing you know theyll
want 51 cents an hourwhere will
it stop? Besides, a lot of :mi :migrant
grant :migrant workers are Mexicans and
send their money out of the coun country
try country .. further depleting our
gold reserves ....
As far as Rhodesia goes, I think
its about time that we realized
that lan Smith is the only hope
Wednesday, January 18, 1967, (The Florida Alligator,
that nation has for the future. Why
his plans for building plantations
(with dozens of little cabins be behind
hind behind them) and for damming up
the rivers and building levees,
and planting lots and lots of cotton
are in the best traditions of our
American forefathers. He is a man
with vision. A vision of thousands
of kindly whites lending a guid guiding
ing guiding hand and the gentle touch of a
helpful whip to millions of mis misguided
guided misguided Negroes who otherwise
could hardly hope to see the pro proper
per proper course .
TTiis letter is Intended to inform
you of the plight of some 2,000
people who need your help.
Friday, Jan. 6, a group of wo-,
men farmworkers In Belle Glade,
Florida, were informed of a re reduction
duction reduction In their wages, which until
then averaged SISOO per year PER
FAMILY, exactly one-half of the
federally established poverty level
for annual income.
By Saturday, over 2,000 mi migrants
grants migrants had struck, paralyzing 40
farms in the area. These workers
formed the Belle Glade Farmwork Farmworker's
er's Farmworker's Union, the first of its find
in the area, which has the strong strongest
est strongest Farmer's Union in the state.
The workers had insufficient pre preparation
paration preparation for the strike, and ran
low enough in foodstuffs by Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday to consider returning to )
work for 10 days, during which time
they would try to gather as much;
support as possible. The tenthday
is this Saturday.
Please, don't snub them. They
haven't our freedoms or pleasures.
If you can help, call me at 376-
0298 or 372-7227 anytime. If you
care to contribute, please drop
the item in any of the several
boxes on campus which are lab labeled
eled labeled MIGRANTS. Thank you.
for sale j
BARGAINS: VOICE OF MUSIC
357 PORTABLE STEREO RE RECORD
CORD RECORD PLAYER. BOUGHT IT
IN 1965 FOR $l3O. WILL SELL
FOR $75. TENNIS RACKET,
JACK KRAMER AUTOGRAPH,
USED ONLY ONCE, COST S3O,
WILL SELL FOR sls. SCUBA
PRO DIVING REGULATOR,
COST $32.50, WILL SELL FOR
S2O. ARBOLETTE SPEAR GUN,
COST $27. WILL SELL FOR
sls. CALL 378-4251. (A-74-5t-
NORMAN three speed bicycle,
$35.00 Brand new condition. Call
376-7692 after 5:30 p.m. (A-72-
TWO bedroom, 10x55 Mariette
*6l model. For sale at sacrifice.
Extras include TV with out side
antenns, automatic dishwasher,
10x30 fold down aluminum patio
cover, wall to wall carpeting
throughout, central heating and
A-C. Phone 376-9820 after 6 p.m.
TRIUMPH bonneville, 650 cc.,
$550 or best offer. Call Fred
FOR SALE: Hotpoint electric
range, like new, used less than
one year. Call 376-3356 after 6
FOR SALE: 1963 VESPA Scooter.
125 cc., excellent condition, must
sell $l5O. Call Jerry after
6 p.m. (A-73-st-p)
59 ALLSTATE, $64.00; wind windshield,
shield, windshield, buddy seat. Call Bob 378-
I DON'T want to sell my new
$350 Juliette Solid state, four track
stereo tape recorder for $275,
but if you think you can talk me
into it, Call Bob 378-5113. (A-74-
1966 BRIDGESTONE, 175 cc Mot Motorcycle,
orcycle, Motorcycle, 1000 miles. Excellent
condition. Must sell $470. Still
under warranty, Call 372-9426.
1957 30' Airstream, air condi conditioned,
tioned, conditioned, wall to wall carpet. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Phone 378-4318
BEAUTIFUL set of Rogers Black
Diamond Pearl drums. Zilduan
Cymbols, 18 and 22. Excellent
condition. S3OO Jerry Phillips
Call 376-9129. (A-76-4t-p)
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SAUER 12 ga. double barrel shot shotgun,
gun, shotgun, $75.00. Two GI sliiping bags;
$25 each. Call 378-1996 after 5:30
1963 10x50 one bedroom trail trailer
er trailer in excellent condition with many
extra featrues. $2500 cash or best
offer. Phone 376-7064. (A-76-3t-c)
FOR SALE: Scuba gear. Com Complete
plete Complete diving outfit, excel lent condi condition.
tion. condition. Must sell! Major pieces all
U.S. Divers Co. Products Mon.
Fri. Call 376-8104 (A-75-3t-c)
GUITAR and Case, $25. Call 372-
7194 after 5 p.m. (A-76-st-p)
HAMSTERS. The ideal pet. Quiet,
easy to care for, only SI.OO each,
various colors 378-3363. (A-76-
FOR SALE Honda 50 cc. good
condition, will sacrifice. Cali 378-
8x35 TRAILER with 9x20 movable
cabana. Completely furnished good
condition, Call 372-4551 after 3:30
64 HONDA 90cc $125. Runs good,
everything works. See Paul Habel
Rm. 9, Frame D, 372-9497. (A-76-
1966 MUSTANG Fastback. Sporty Sportyblack
black Sportyblack with red interior. Bucket
seats. 8 track stereo tapes. G.T.O.
equipped. 4 speed shift, low mil mileage.
eage. mileage. Can be seen at 3837 S.W.
Ist Ave. or call 376-2289. (A (A---76-3t-cj
SIOO 52 DODGE with perfect mot motor,
or, motor, good body, good tires. 372-
5012. (A-76- st-c)
GOOD Royal upright Typewriter
$35. Sears delux llOv, 9200 BTU
air conditioner. S6O. New N4ES
Picket slide rule, their best, 34
scales $22. Knight Star Roamer
short wave radio $25. Leica Cam Camera
era Camera $35. 378-5798. (A-75-3t-c)
1963 VESPA, 150 motorscooter,
good condition, $l5O. Call Les at
372-9404. (A-75-4t- c)
HALICRAFTERS Shortwave rad radio,
io, radio, model S-120, 1 l/2 years old,
plus 8-ohm earphones. Excellent
condition. Both for $70.00 Call
I awat. mum
BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:3C
IN COLOR AT 9:26
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MGB, 1964 .. radio, heater,
wire wheels, new paint job .
offered at a very good price. Call
. 378-5912 from 9 p.m. 11 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1963 Honda Trail
55, low mileage, sectioned frame,
engine recently overhauled. $175,
call 378-6901; 111 NW 19th St.
Rm. 14. (A-76-st-p)
SELL: NCX-3 transceiver 200
wts. 80-20 meters. SSB, AM, CW.
3 yrs. old. Excellent shape. Power
supply NCX-3 for $225.00 Used
- very little Call John 372-7176. (A (A---76-st-p)
T for rent
FIFTH floor La Fontana apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Adjacent to University Post
Office. Can accomodate up to 4
occupants. $l4O per month, Call
376-7534 or 372-3576. (B-68-10t (B-68-10t
(B-68-10t c) __
APARTMENT for rent, one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment built in kitchen,
air condition and heat. Three clos closets
ets closets and swimming pool. $95 per
month. Call 372-3826. (B-73-10t (B-73-10tc)
TWO houses for rent, two bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, within walking distance to
campus and town. Call 376-7284
or 376-3261 ext. 2631. (B-74-3t (B-74-3tc)
. COLLEGE is away of Life .
' at University Gardens. Study, re relax,
lax, relax, study . graduate. Come
live with us if your life has pur pur
- pur pose. UNIVERSITY GARDENS
APARTMENTS, 708 S.W. 16th Ave.
NEARWaIk to all important
University requirements. Two
room furnished, ground floor,
private entrance, quiet area, good
for grades. Reasonable rates. 376-
WHY live in a traffic jam? Walk,
to classes and be relieved of your
parking problems. Fully furnished,
spacious, one bedroom apartment,
air conditioned gas heat, fully
equipped kitchen including washing
machine. Call 372-3357. (B-68-
_ARRIDERCI i j|aB4^
II NO SEATS
II Wwir RESERVED
\(T MAT. at 2PM
EVE. at 8 PM
r ren f i
UNFURNISHED two bedroom
apartment, kitchen equipped, one
half block from campus, sllO per
month. Call 378-4134 or inquire
1236 SW First Avenue. (B-76-
ROOM and Board S6O per month.
One block from campus, 3 meals
per day, good food and study con conditions.
ditions. conditions. Cooperative Living, in inquire;
quire; inquire; Cooperative Living Organ Organization,
ization, Organization, 117 NW 15th St; 372-1916
1 BEDROOM Apt. French Quarter.
On pool side. Available now. Con Contact
tact Contact Manager. 999 SW 16 Ave. (B (B---76-2t-c)
mrr roommate wanted to share
rnodern efficiency apartment with
EE. graduate student. Walking
distance to campus, air condi-p
tioned and heated, kitchen facil facilities.
ities. facilities. $35 per month plus util utilities.
ities. utilities. 2026 W. University Ave. apt.
3. Call Bill at 378-4644 after 7p.m.
< - l
NEED female roommate to
share large bedroom in private
home. Campus, food, laundry with within
in within walking distance. Call 378-
MALE roommate wanted to share
modern one bedroom apartment in
Summit House. 1700 SW 16th
Court behind the new VA hospi hospital.
tal. hospital. Call 372-3572. (C-74-st-c)
SELL: 1965 200cc. BultacoScram BultacoScrambler,
bler, BultacoScrambler, 3,000 miles, $325. Great
Acceleration. BUY: Honda, CB160;
COOK for me, eat free; Mike
GRAND PRIZE WINNER 1966
CANNES FILM FESTIVAL
N.W. 13th St. at 23rd Road
:, a Man q
a Woman **<<: I
JWJASTIMWCOiai WUMP IT till OTBU
ONE or two female roommates
. to share apartment in Butler Gar Gardens.
dens. Gardens. $38.75 monthly, plus 1/4
utilities. Call 378-6346 or 372-
FEMALE roommate, 2 BR, wood
paneled, fur. A/C. Apt. $45 mo.
plus 1/2 util. Jan. rent paid. Laun Laundry
dry Laundry on premises. (Near 'Norman
Hall. Call 378-1214 (C-75-st-c)
FEMALE roommate wanted. Two
bedroom house, three blocks from
campus, modern, furnished, air
conditioned, television, $45 per
month. No Utilities. Call 376-
6145 and leave message. (C-70-
Look into our
future and yours
At Ford Motor Company, the
electric car, computerized
teaching machines, and
artificial limbs controlled by
the brain are much more
than hazy visions. And
the man who can help
us with these and other better
ideas has a real future here.
If your major is arts,
science or business. If
thinking ahead is one of your
skills. See your placement
office now and make a date
to meet the representative
from Ford Motor Company.
Dates of visitation:
(BUS)-February 23, 1967
:GR)-February 23, 24, 1967
FEMALE Roommate wanted. Pri Private
vate Private room, a/c, washer, dryer
$35 per month. Call 372-8840 after
5 p.m. (C-76-2t-c)
WANTED immediately-used baby
stroller. Call 376-3717. (C-76-
st c )
MALE roommate wanted. Color
TV, stereo, pool central air, wall
to wall carpeting, dishwasher,
laundry and library on premises,
two bath. $44 per month. 1111 SW
16 Ave. Landmark, Call John Ful Fuller
ler Fuller 372-1760. (C-74-2t-c)
WANTED: One or two male room roommates
mates roommates to share apt. Approximately
SSO per month. Contact Joe, French
Quarter. Phone: 376-8317. (C-72-
SECRETARIES AND TYPISTS
The University of Florida has posi positions
tions positions open for qualified secretaries
and typists. Positions vary in
duties and pay from beginning
levels to Executive Secretarial.
Applicants will be referred to
positions that best suit their
qualifications and preference.
Contact the Central Employment
Center, Bldg. E for appointment.
HIRED hands needed. Waitress
full or part time. Apply to Trail-
Ponderosa Steak House,
Westgate Shopping Center. (E-76-
IF you are neat and attracitve
and enjoy meeting people, here is
the job for you. Salary and com commission.
mission. commission. Some night (Dept, store).
Call for interview 372-1980. (E-76-
or female over 21. With
car, part time work. No selling,
for canvasing work, four hours
a day. See Mr. Lee at No 5 SW
Second Place. 9-10 a.m. (E-75-
NEEDED Saleslady for Ladies
Dept. Full time employment. Ex Experience
perience Experience preferred but not neces necessary.
sary. necessary. Apply in person at Silver Silvermans
mans Silvermans 225 W. Univ. AVe. (E-75-
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Wednesday, January 18, 1967, The Florida Alligator,
Evenings 5-9 Mon. = Thru Fri.
Must be neat and have ability to
meet people. Car necessary. For
interview call 372-1448 (E-75-
NEED full time and part-tim?
salesmen for mens retail store.
Experience preferable, but not
necessary. Apply in person at Sil Silvermans,
vermans, Silvermans, 225 West University
JOB in field of copy preparation
and layout for offset printing. Must
be good typist, speller, and have
good sense of proportion. Veri Verityper
typer Verityper experience desireable, 5 day
week, salary dependant upon ex experience.
perience. experience. Ewing Photo Print 305
N.E. First Street, 378-2436. (E (E---72-1
1963 CHEVY, Bellaire, 6 cylinder,
automatic transmission, extra
clean, power steering and brakes,
$950. 1966 Mustang, 6 cylinder,
Cruiseamatic, like new. $1,950
1962 TEMPEST, R&H, four door,
, automatic shifts, four cylinders,
low mileage, very clean, a good
buy. Call 372-6900 or 376-0564.
1957 hfbA, runs good. Body top
good, wire wheels, radio, Tonneau
cover. $425. See at Wynns Amoco
Service. Phone 372-4509. (G-76-
VOLVO P. 1800. Pampered and
protected since 1963. Below aver average
age average mileage. Loaded, included air
conditioner. Below book SIBOO.
R. L. Crist 202 Bldg. D or 2818
N. E. 12th Street. (G-75-st-c)
1960 AUSTIN healey sprite 11,
091 miles original tires, spare
never used, new battery, never had
any repairs, A-l condition, one
owner, $750.00 Southside Gulf Stat Station,
ion, Station, 2216 S.W. 13th St.
FLYING to Fort Lauderdale this
weekend. Need riders 376-1777.
FLAMENCO Guitarist, Richard
Preist, every Thursday night 9:30
-12:30 p.m. at Winnjammer 520
S. 2nd Ave. (J-76-10tc)
CHRISTIAN Science Church ser services
vices services on campus. Weds. 8 p.m. Rm.~
218 Fla. Union. Sun. 11 a.m. 208
Fla. Union. All those interested
are lovingly invited to attend. (J (J---76-lt-c)
t , H
LOST pair of girl's black
rimmed glasses in ground floor
rest room, GCBj Jan. 10 need
desperately! Call Kitty 372-9441.
FOUND: One pair of prescrip prescription
tion prescription glasses in Student Publications
Office. Owner can receive upon
identification. Room 9, Florida
Union Basement. (L-74-tf-nc)
LOST: 12 week old puppy, mixed
Labradore. Black with white
chest. In vicinity of Fraternity
Row. Call 378-4521 or 376-9271.
$5.00 REWARD. (L-3t-74-c)
LOST, Jan. 11, brown wallet, con contained
tained contained very important papers. RE REWARD
WARD REWARD Call 376-9351 room 209.
MOTHERS CARE AND GUIDANCE
IN PRIVATE HOME FOR INFANT
Dial 376-7673 to make an appoint appointment
ment appointment for interview. (M-74-st-c)
Tn" A hurry? Passports applica applications,
tions, applications, childrens photos, commer commercials
cials commercials and special problems. West Westley
ley Westley Roosevelt Studios, 372-0300,
909 NW 6th Street (M-68-ts-c)
GET acquainted Special with Joe
or Shirley from Louisville, Ken Kentucky.
tucky. Kentucky. Free haircut with price of
shampoo and set. Rames Hairsty Hairstylist,
list, Hairstylist, 319 University Avenue. Free
parking in L.W. lot. Call: 372-
5549. (M-72- 5t- c)
DRESSMAKING and Sewing: suits
skirts, dresses, etc. Call 376-
ALL KINDS OF ALTERATIONS,
Zippers, pockets, hems, sleeves,
tapering and dressmaking. Call
ALTERATIONS OF all kinds on
mens and women's clothing. Mrs.
Dora Manookian, 35 years of ex experience,
perience, experience, 24 hour service on R.O.
T.C. Uniforms. Phone 376-1794,
or see at 1824 N.W. First Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. (M-70-10t-c)
MOTHERS care and guidance in
private home for preschooler in infant.
fant. infant. Dial 376-7673 to make an
appointment for interview. (M-74-
CARPETS A fright. Make them a
beautiful sight with Blue Lustre.
Rent electric shampooersl. Lowry
Furniture Co. (M-76-lt-c)
I SELL MORE-
As Fine Film Fare
By WAYNE BOYNTON
Here is another chapter in Boyntons Drivelly Digest of
Movie Pulp Fan Magazines.
If you have not seen The Sound of Music, by all means go
see it between now and Feb. 2 at the Florida theatre. You may
be skeptical dxmt it being just another musical but I doubt
there is a person that has found it to their complete dislike.
A woman in Great Britain claims to have seen it 810 times.
(Probably Julie Andrews mother).
I will not review the story in tl/e movie because I could not
find anything about it in my fan magazines. The production of
the motion picture is an interesting storv in itself though.
You probably know that Gone With the Wind held the record
for years as the all time money maker. With six releases it
grossed $42 million. The Sound of Music was released in
March, 1965, and has already grossed SBO million. True, tickets
cost more now, but this is the first release and more than thirty thirtyfive
five thirtyfive million people have seen it already. That is almost a fifth
of the U.S. population!
The screen play and story at first scared off both directors
and actors. Thetfirst man assigned to do the directing quit be because
cause because he felt the movie The Collector would be a greater
success so he produced it instead.
Few wanted Julie Andrews to play the leading role. Even a
co-writer of the original play, Richard Rodgers, was against
using her. She was signed though for only $220,000 with no per percent
cent percent of the profits. (Her price to do a picture now is $1 million
and a per cent of profits).
The leading male, Christopher Plummer, feared the movie
, would hurt his career, but at the insistence of his agent he signed.
Plummer later quit when he found out his singing was to be
dubbed. He agreed to come back, cut a portion of the film with
his own singing, and then decided for himself he was not good
enough and allowed his singing to be dubbed.
Julie Andrews does her own singing though and she has al already
ready already earned $300,000 from the album alone. Please do not
let the dubbing bother you -- you cannot tell it in the movie if
I wonder who would have played the part Julie Andrews por portrayed
trayed portrayed if Warner Brothers had not passed her up at $75,000
for Audrey Hepburn who received a cool $1 million for the
lead role in My Fair Lady.*
The Sound was actually filmed in Salzburg, Austria and
is based on a true story of the Von Trapp family from that
The movie offers every possible entertainment ingredient:
music, humor, sympathy, religion, scenery and adventure.
Be sure and see this movie. The prices go up on Saturday
and Sunday night. The 2 p.m. matinees on Saturday and Sunday,
plus weeknights including Friday are at the lowest prices.
Gets Underway Saturday
Notes other than lecture material will be flying around campus
Saturday as the first annual Piano-String Workshop gets under
Both junior and senior high school students will be here for
the event, sponsored by the Department of Music in cooperation
with the Universitys Division of Continuing Education.
The workshop, which will include master class instruction on
solo materials, a workshop luncheon and a Florida String Quar Quartet
tet Quartet concert, will cost $5. The clinic is open to students in grades
nine to 12 only.
Participating students should have at least two years study
on instruments. Since the clinic is a master-class situation,
no ratings will be given.
The workshop faculty will include Eugene Bardo, string bass
with the Tampa Philharmonic, St. Petersburg and Jacksonville
Symphony Orchestras; Willard Brask, chairman of the Univer University
sity University piano faculty and experienced concert pianist, and Russell
Danburg, pianist and composer who has performed in Europe
and Canada, as well as the United States.
Other faculty includes Marie Henderson, cellist with the Flor Florida
ida Florida Strife Quartet and music instructor at the University; Sonn Sonnhild
hild Sonnhild Kitts, violinist with the Florida String Quartet, and Robert
Schleber, biolinist with the Florida String Quartet and associate
conductor of the University Symphony Orchestra.
In addition, there will be Samuel Teeters, concert pianist and
music instructor at the university, and Edward Troupin, vio violinist
linist violinist and founder of the Florida String Quartet and conductor of
the University Symphony Orchestra.
i, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, January 18, 1967
Address All Campus Calendar
Notices To Public Functions
Office, Florida Union
Wednesday, January 18
AIA Film Series: The Lost Pilgrim," 105-B
AFA, 8 p.m.
Christian Science Church: Services on Campus,
218 Union, 8 p.m. All those interested are invited
Accent: Electronic Symphony, Univ. Aud., 8:15 p.m.
Accent Movie: Nine Hours to Rama," MSB Aud.
Panhellenic Rush, 6:30 9:30 p.m.
Phi Sigma Sigma: Lecture, 116 Union, 7 p.m.
Fla. Speleological Society: Meeting, 212 Union, 7p.m.
Latin American Colloquium, 215 Union, 8 p.m.
Language and Literature Club: Meeting, 105-B AFA,
PRE-MED AND PRE-DENT STUDENTS: Register
with the Pre-Professional Counseling Office, 111 And Anderson,
erson, Anderson, Jan. 16-27. Please bring with you the correct
name and spelling of all your instructors. This
registration is important. The medical and dental
schools rely on this information when selecting their
FULBRIGHT LECTURESHIPS: Faculty members in interested
terested interested in applying for Fulbright Lectureships for
1967-68, which would enable them to teach and lect lecture
ure lecture abroad, should contact Glen A. Farris, faculty
Fulbright advisor, at the International Center, Build Building
ing Building AE.
AGLS NEWSLETTER: Dr. Irmgard Johnson, asso associate
ciate associate professor of humanities, is regional represen representative
tative representative for the Association for General and Liberal
Studies Newsletter, and will welcome news items
concerning recent developments in liberal and general
education on this campus. Items should be sent to
the Humanities Office. 353 Little Hall.
Placement Notices General Notices
Students must be registered with the Placement
Service to interview. Sign-up sheets are posted
two weeks in advance of the interview date at
Building H. All companies will be recruiting for
April and August grads unless otherwise indicated.
* indicates hiring junior for summer employment.
JAN. 18c COOPERATIVE COLLEGE REGISTRY
JAN. 19: ARTHUR ANDERSEN & CO. MBA
WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITYBioI, G?rl
man, Spanish, French, Home Econ, Art, Lib. Sd
JAN. 19-20: GENERAL MOTORSEE, ME, Math,
Physics, Computer Sci.--
Serving U of F Employees Since 1935
PROGRAM OF THRIFT, CREDIT, LOANS
Gainesville Florida Campus Federal Credit Union
Building J Extension 2973
First Lutheran Church: Vesper Service, Prayer
Chapel, 7 p.m.
Thursday, January 19
Business Administration Seminar: Dr. Samuel Gold Goldberg,
berg, Goldberg, Cobweb Cycles: A Simple Mathematical
Model and Some Extensions," 18 MAT., 3:40 p.m.
ASME Meeting: Mr. H. M. Quackenbos, Plastics
as an Engineering Material," 512 Eng., 7:30 p.m.
Accent: Keynote Address, Senator Smathers, Univ.
Aud., 7:30 p.m.
Fla. Folk Dancers: Folk Dancing, Presbyterian Stu Student
dent Student Center, 8 p.m.
v BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MAJORS: Appoint Appointments
ments Appointments for the speech screening test required of
all undergraduate students in the College of Busi Business
ness Business Administration may be made in room 214
Matherly Hall beginning Jan. 23. This is the last
time the screening test will be administered for
the College of Business Administration, and all
students who do not take and pass the test will
be required to Register for SCH 201.
ORANGE & BLUE DEADLINES: All notices for
Orange & Blue Bulletin must be received by 9 a.m.
of the day prior to publication. Deadlines are Fri Friday
day Friday for Monday publication, Tuesday for Wednesday
publication and Thursday for Friday publication. No Notices
tices Notices should be typed and signed and sent to the Di Division
vision Division of Informational Services, Building H, campus.
Items for the Campus Calendar should be sent to
the Public Functions Office, Florida Union.
GRADUATE COUNCIL MEETING: The January
meeting of the Graduate Council will be held on
January 26, Thursday, at 1:30 p.m. in Room 235,
Tigert Hall. 1
Advance Notice: Union Board; Interview for Chair Chairmanship
manship Chairmanship of the Dance Committee, Monday, Jan January
uary January 23, 3:00 p.m. Interested students should
pick up and return applications in room 315 Union.
FLORIDA UNION BOX OFFICE: Tickets now on
sale for ACCENT and the FLORIDA CINEMA
SOCIETY. Student tickets for DR. JOYCE
BROTHERS now on sale. Faculty and Staff and
General Admission tickets go on sale Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, January 19. Student tickets for the NATIONAL
BALLET on sale Wednesday, January 18. Fa Faculty
culty Faculty and Staff and general Admission tickets
go on sale Friday, January 20.
PRINTING DIVISION MOVED: The Printing Divi Division
sion Division has been relocated in the new building in the
Plants and Grounds Area near S.W. 34th St. The
new extension number is 3181.
Painting for Fun: Chinese Brush Painting, 215
Union, 7:30 p.m.
Christain Science, Union Aud., 5 p.m.
Friday, January 20
Accent, Fla. Gym., 7:30 p.m. Sidney Harris, Rich Richard
ard Richard M. Nixon
Movies: The Mouse That Roared," 8:05 & 11:10
p.m. and Comedy of Terrors," 6:30 & 9:35
p.m. MSB Aud.
Chess Club: 215 Union, 7 p.m.
FINANCIAL AID: Applications for student financial
aid including scholarships and all long term loans
repayable after graduation for all or any part of
the 1967-68 academic year beginning in September,
1967, may be obtained at Room 182 f, Building E.
Deadline for returning completed applications is
February 28, 1967.
ETS GRADUATE RECORD EXAM: The ETS
GRE will be given Saturday, Jan. 21, 8:45 a.m. in
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING COURSE: An intro introductory
ductory introductory session for the Computing Centers non noncredit
credit noncredit course in computer programmed language
(FORTRAN) Mil be held Jan. 18, 7:30 p.m. in
McCarty Auditorium. Interested persons are in invited
vited invited to attend.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE EXAM: Jan. 20 is the dead deadline
line deadline for applying for the Spanish and all functional
examinations to be given Feb. 4. Application should
be made in the Department of Foreign Languages.
3 Anderson Hall.
Wednesday, January 18, 1967, The Florida Alligator,
Florida Rifles Back In Shape;
May Become A Varsity Sport
By JEFF DENKEWALTER
Alligator Sports Writer
With the trimester break com completed
pleted completed and some highly-touted op opponents
ponents opponents scheduled this term, the
Florida Rifles resumed practice
The men have been displaying
a fine attitude in practice, said
Major Harvey Dick, advisor to
the Rifles. Weve had so many
come down to the range at times
that we had to ask some to come
back later. This, to me, means
the team is ready to do battle.
Over the first half of the sea season,
son, season, the Gator sharpshooters com compiled
piled compiled a 5-3 record. Top guns on
the team were Toby Muir, Lee
Young, and Jim Waugh.
So far in practice Muir, Young
and Waugh have fired very well,
said Sgt. Joe Nave, coach of the
Gator marksmen. Also other
shooters such as Stuart Watkins,
Mike Klein, Jerry Chatham and
Jay Weber have performed in top topnotch
notch topnotch fashion.
First on the Rifles schedule
this term is a match against North
Georgia College on Jan. 28. Ear Early
ly Early in February the Gator sharp
shooters will travel to Miami to
participate in the Sawgrass Invita Invitational
tional Invitational Tournament.
The Sawgrass will give our men
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the chance to compete against the
top rifle teams in the nation,
said Dick. Squads representing
the Army, Marine Corps, and Air
Force will be there along with
such top college rifle teams as
Citadel and Florida State.
Since their inception, the Flor Florida
ida Florida Rifles have never been recog recognized
nized recognized by UF as a varsity sport
team. Dick said, he hopes that
this term he can change this sit situation.
We want to get this recog recognition
nition recognition for two reasors, stated
Dick. One, with it we could
have non-ROTC shooters fire on
our team. Two, we could award
varsity letters for rifle team mem membership.
schools which award leters
to their respective rifle teams are
Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Kentucky,
Georgia, Mississippi State, and
UNIVERSITY PARK. Pa
Penn State has gone
through 27 consecutive football
seasons without a losing record
A 5-5 season in 1965 was the
closest year to a non-w T inning
season in that span of time
Florida Cops Ninth Place
After Kentucky Game
NEW YORK (UPI) Florida
vaulted from 14th last week to
ninth this week before their loss
to Tennessee. (By AP ranking
Florida is eighth.) The big jump
was made by Floridas 11-1 record
before entering the Monday game.
Powerful UCLA Tuesday be became
came became the first team in nearly
four years to gain the unanimous
respect of the nation's coaches
as the No. 1 college basketball
squad when it was named first on
every ballot cast in the weekly
United Press International Board
of Coaches ratings.
The Bruins, undefeated in 12
games through Saturday, Jan. 14,
received a first place nod on all
35 ballots for a total of 350 points
and became the first team since
Cincinnati on Feb. 4, 1963, to
gain unanimous support.
UCLA has led in the weekly
ratings since the season opened,
but in each previous week at least
one coach had failed to concede
that the Bruins were the best team
in the country.
Last week Louisville received
two first place votes, but the Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals were upset by Southern Il Illinois
linois Illinois during the week and lost
Despite its upset, Louisville
continued in second place by Vir Virtue
tue Virtue of its fine 14-1 record while
North Carolina held on to third
with a 12-1 mark. The remainder
of the top 10 all shifted around
in the ratings with the exception
of Vanderbilt, vvhich remained in
10th place with a 12-2 record.
The most notable rise was
made by Florida.
The Gators, who never had been
ranked in the top 20 prior to this
season, are currently leading the
tough Southeastern Conference and
defeated Kentucky last Saturday for
the second time this season.
Princeton, which moved into the
top 10 for the first time in his history
tory history last week, continued its fan fantastic
tastic fantastic climb in the standings by
vaulting two places to seventh while
Houston, Texas Western, and Kan Kansas
sas Kansas all moved up one notch from
The Cougars, No. 5 a week ago,
replaced New Mexico in the No. 4
spot after boosting their record to
14-1 while the Miners and Jayhawks
moved into the fifth and sixth spots
respectively with identical 11-2
marks. The Lobos fell four places
to eighth after bowing to Wyoming
and Denver on successive nights.
Cincinnati, Providence and
Western Kentucky also fell in
the ratings even though each team
won two games during the week.
The Bearcats dropped from eighth
to 11th despite beating Dayton and
St. Louis, the Friars tumbled from
11th to 13th after beating Oglethorpe
and Duquesne and the Hilltoppers
fell from 12th to 14th despite vic victories
tories victories over East Tennessee and
East Tennessee and Eastern Ken Kentucky.
Boston College and St. Johns,
two teams that made the top 10
By DAVID M. MOFFIT
UPI Sports Writer
ATLANTA (UPI) -- Independence is costing Georgia Tech
dearly at the basketball box office.
Only a couple of years ago, there was talk about enlarging
7,000 seat Alexander Memorial Coliseum to meet the demands
of over-flow crowds.
But that was before the Yellow Jackets left the Southeastern
Conference. In the past 22 home games, the coliseum has been
a.; much as half full only a half dozen times.
Despite having a smooth-working ball club good enough to run
up 101 points on Michigan and 102 on North Carolina State, Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech is averaging only 2,806 paid for its games this season
and in its most recent outing, Monday night against well-regarded
Ohio State, the attendance was a rather embarassing 2,145.
Athletic Director Bobby Dodd, the man who made the decision
to go independent, now admits that the move was more harmful
to the basketball program than he had anticipated.
Tech Basketball Coach Whack Hyder offers two reasons for
the decline at the gate and other Tech officials add two more.
The Southeastern Conference now has its teams playing 18-
game league schedules, Hyder said. Since the NCAA only
allows you 26 in a season, that doesnt leave much room for us.
Most of the SEC teams like to get in some intersectional games
and a holiday tournament. That just about loads them up.
Three games with in-state rival Georgia and one each with
Auburn and Tennessee completes the SEC section of Techs
basketball schedule this season. Thus, to round it out, the Jackets
have brought in the likes of Southern Methodist, Rice, Brown, and
Ohio State. And these teams just haven*t drawn.
You need a colorful individual to draw, Hyder continued.
When we had all-America Roger Kaiser, people came more
to see him than the game itself. Weve got a well-balanced team,
but nobody who ranks as a gate attraction. Unfortunately, the
visiting teams havent either.
CHANGE OF POLICY
Others blame the decline on a chance of policy at Georgia
Tech that forces students to purchase season passes separately
from their football passes.
A lot of the kids figure the extra $5 can be spent elsewhere,
one Tech official said. When they had to buy the basketball
tickets to get the football tickets, that was a horse of another
Reason No. 4 is a bit more intangible. Atlanta, almost overnigfit,
has become a hotbed of professional sports. The arrival of the
Atlanta Braves baseball, Atlanta Falcons football and,Atlanta Chiefs
soccer has meant more competition for the fans dollars and
their attention, it alscPhas meant less space in the local news
media for Tech basketball.
Its really a shame, complained Hyder. This is a good
team. Ive been here over 15 years and seldom seen better
performances than out victories over N.c. State and Ohio State.
We re offering good basketball but not getting many takers.
Maybe Feb. 11 will show how many basketball fans are left
in Atlanta. Thats when North Carolina, currently the nations
third-ranking team, comes to town.
earlier this season, continued their
climb back up the ladder. The Eag Eagles
les Eagles moved up one place to 12th
after whipping North-eastern and
Duquesne while the Redmen jumped
two places to 15th after beating
St. Josephs Pa. and St. Francis
Dayton, tied for 15th last week
with Seatle, dropped one place to
15th while undefeated Toledo made
it to the top 20 for the first time
this year in a 17th place tie with
Syracuse. Mississippi State, Utah
State and Tulsa rounded out the
UCLA stands an excellent
chance of becoming the first sch school
ool school since the 1956-57 North Carol Carolina
ina Carolina squad to go through an en entire
tire entire season undefeated. The Bruins
have not won a game by less than
nine points this season and have
topped the 100-point barrier in
The remainder of the Bruins
schedule is rather easy with most mostly
ly mostly AAWU Conference teams left
to play. Their stiffest test probably
will come from Illinois on Jan.
27, but it should be clear sail sailing
ing sailing from then on.
Five coaches from each of the
seven geographical areas of the
nation comprise the UPI Board.
Points are awarded on a 10-9-
8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1- basis for votes
from first through 10th.
l, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, January 18, 1967
Toughest Speed Aces
Head For State Fair
TAMPA The Minnesota
Twins, Jerry Richert and Jerry
Scratch Daniels, two of the
toughest riding speed aces of the
Northwest, are headed for Tampa
and the Winter National Sprints,
to be held in conjunction with the
Florida State Fair and Gasperilla
. . Jerry Richert
Over St. Pete
UFs basketball freshmen, led
by forward Nick Fotious 23 points,
scored their second win Monday
night with an 84-70 triumph over
St. Petersburg Junior College.
Other scorers in double figures
for the Baby Gators were Ed Luk Lukco
co Lukco with 21 points, Ron San Mar Martin
tin Martin with 12, and Tony Duva with
Early action was marked by nu numerous
merous numerous floor mistakes and fre frequent
quent frequent turnovers. However, the Ba Baby
by Baby Gators managed to scrap their
way to a 43-31 halftime lead be before
fore before the crowd of 4,302.
In the second half UF tightened
its defense and forced St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg into taking shots. During this
time, the Baby Gator offense dis displayed
played displayed fine team-work and passing
to take as much as a 24-point
With the victory sewed up, fresh freshman
man freshman coach Paul Morton cleared his
bench in the closing minutes.
FLORIDA Frosh Pts.
San Martin 12
Van Fleet 8
ST. PETE JC
Gui da v 8
St. Pete 70
celebration, Feb. 8-18.
The red, white and blue rac racing
ing racing machines, No. 62 and 63, are
owned jointly by Frank Wagner
and Les Johnson of Minneapolis.
Richert, who captivated the
speed fans here last winter by
taking four out of the five fea features,
tures, features, will be out to defend his
national sprint car championship
and establish a healthy lead in
the 67 title race enroute to his
fourth consecutive battle.
Daniels, who made tremendous
strides on th championship trial
last year, jumping from the se second
cond second division to fourth spot by
winning two hotly-contested fea features
tures features at Winchester and Nashville.
Richert and Daniels, join the
already star-studded field that in included
cluded included Jim Moughan of Spring Springfield,
field, Springfield, 111.; Gus Linger of Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Dom Thomas of El
Cajon, California; Gordon Wool Woolley
ley Woolley of Waco, Texas; Buzz Barton
of Tampa; Bill Puterbaugh of Rox Roxanna,lll.,
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Terrell, Clay Scuffle
Before World Bout
HOUSTON (UPI) Ernie Ter Terrell
rell Terrell and Cassius Clay, who meet
for the world heavy weight cham championship
pionship championship Feb. 6, scuffled briefly
Monday during Terrells first visit
to the training quarters they will
share in preparing for the fight.
Clay, who had finished his work workout,
out, workout, met Terrell as he arrived
at the locker room entrance and
started clinching with him and
throwing elbow punches. Terrell,
surprised and undecided, tried to
push Clay away, but Clay grabbed
him in bear-hug fashion. There
were no punches thrown.
Often called a one-armed ban bandit
dit bandit by Cassius Clay, Terrell said
Monday one hand may be enough
to defeat Clay.
Terrell, the World Boxing As Association
sociation Association champion, arrived to
continue his conditioning for the
Clay, who is generally accepted
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ched switched his training site to Ifouston
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daily starting Tuesday in an ex exhibition
hibition exhibition hall adjacent to the Astro Astrodome.
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Terrell was confident that he
would defeat Clay easier than when
he won a 15-round decision from
Doug Jones in his last title de defense
fense defense June 28 in Houstons Sam
You act like hes some sort
of Superman, Terrell told a group
of newsmen in reference to Clay.
Im going in there with some
kind of a punk. He doesnt have
near as much ability as I have.
You all think hes so quick. Well,
I dont. Im going to take care
of him with these, he said rais raising
ing raising both fists.
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that/* the 6-foot Terrell said
Clay, when he showed up later
for his workout, was a disbelie disbeliever.
He wouldnt dare call me a
punk, Clay said. Hed rather
slide down the edge of a razor
blade into a bucket of turpentine.
Clay went 11 rounds on the bags
in his workout Monday, but did
not face any sparring partner.
The WBA champion said the se secret
cret secret to the unbeaten Clays suc success
cess success was his management.
Hes managed to get guys go going
ing going down the hill and hes helped
push them, Terrell said.
Archie Moore was 50 and Lis Liston
ton Liston was in his 405, Terrell point pointed
ed pointed out.
He said he thought t his will be
an easier fight than the one with
Jones, which was a lacklustre af affair
fair affair marked by shoving, butting
and Terrells heralded left jab in
the challengers face much of the
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Gator Swimmers Meet
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have a chance to even the score
with FSUs last year swim team
at 1:30 p.m. Saturday.
Recent meets have been more moreor-less
or-less moreor-less controlled by FSUs flas flashy
hy flashy teams and the Gators for the
first time appear to have the depth
to make it competitive this year.
Although it might be argued in
Southeastern Conference quarters
that its like the rich geting rich richer,
er, richer, Floridas 1967 swimming team
appears to have four of the fin finest
est finest sophomores the Gators have
If Thursdays home-opening rout
of Georgia is any evidence, and
Gator head coach Bill Harlan be believes
lieves believes it is, veteran stars like
Tom Dioguardi and Blanchard Tual
are going to get plenty of help
this season from the youngsters
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as the Gators seek their 12th
straight SEC title.
Bruce Page, a freestyler from
Chicago, 111., opened the afternoon
for the sophomores in the lengthy
1000-yard free event and proceed proceeded
ed proceeded to swim a pool and meet re record
cord record 10:59.2 in winning.
Sophomore Andy McPherson of
Jacksonville was next up and, not
to be oudone, he set a meet re record
cord record in the 200-yard freestyle in
Following a meet record :21.5
in the 50-yard free by Dioguardi,
the sophomores took center stage
again. Richard Ahrens of West
Palm Beach won the 200-yard in individual
dividual individual medley in 2:12.7 and Bar Barry
ry Barry Russo, of Devon, Pa., set a
meet record 2:03.9 in winning the
We Were The Better Team
Says Packers Lombardi
By ALEX KAHN
UPI Sports Writer
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Coach
Vince Lombardi, in a relaxed mood
and proud of Green Bays 35-10
victory over the Kansas City
Chiefs in the historic Super Bowl,
Monday said he never doubted the
Packers ability to win the world
pro football championship.
There was no question in my
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Steve Spurrier Gave the Heisman
Trophy To The UF Student Body,
And The Student Body Gave
Steve A Duplicate. The Alligator
Sincerely Apologizes For
Wednesday, January 18, 1967, The Florida Alligator,
mind that we were the better foot football
ball football team Sunday, Lombardi told
a news conference in the Statler
Hilton where executives of the
National Football League were
NFL commissioner Pete Roz Rozelle
elle Rozelle also told newsmen that es estimated
timated estimated over-all revenue from the
showdown battle between the senior
circuit champions and Chiefs of
the American Football League was
AFTER A LOSS . j
Coach Tommy Bartlett:
said, We played har-
der tonight than in
games we have won by
15 points. And yet we
Although the first Super Bowl
was a success from the finan financial
cial financial standpoint, Rozelle said the
game fell short of an artistic suc success
cess success because it filled only two twothirds
thirds twothirds of the 93,000 seats in the
Lombardi repeated that the Pac Packers
kers Packers pretty much stuck to game
plans despite Kansas City's so socalled
called socalled stacked defense which he
said reminded him of the forma-''
: tion employed by George Wilson
Vat Detroit in the early 19605.
: When asked if the Packers could
j: run up a higher score against
: the Chiefs in a repeat perfor perfor:
: perfor: mance, Lombardi skirted a direct
: answer but said the Packers know
j: a lot more about them now.
: He again praised his teams
>: performance and said it showed
: its class when it refused to get
rattled when a touchdown was nul nul
nul lified by a penalty.
:j; That's the type of team the
Packers are, he said proudly.
Lombardi said his next step
would be to take a vacation to
Play some gblf and get to know
: my family a little better.
Â£ Following Lombardi at the news
Â£ conference, Rozelle said that bas based
ed based on a wild guess that ex expenses
penses expenses totaled around $300,000,
Â£thenet revenue from the game
"would be about $2,475 million.
The bulk of proceeds came from
CBS and NBC which shelled out
$2 million for television and radio
broadcast rights, he said. Next
year, he said, the kitty will be
$2.5 million with CBS having ex exclusive
clusive exclusive broadcast rights, rotating
in 1968 with NBC and then CBS
again in 1970.
Following expenses and deduc deduction
tion deduction of $1,170 million for player
shares, Rozelle said the remain remaining
ing remaining estimated $1.3 million would
be apportioned to pension plans,
the respective clubs and coffers
of both leagues.
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GOING 180 AT NIGHT?
A Porsche prototype; does just that at last years Daytona Continental.
Twenty-four hours of one thing
is too muchunless you happen
to be a sports car fan and the
thing is the Daytona Continental.
The Continental has become a
tradition at the U of F in the past
years. Hundreds of students mi migrate
grate migrate to Daytona in February
to see the greatest sports car race
in North America. For twenty twentyfour
four twentyfour straight hours the scream of
the Ferraris and the thunder of
the Ford GTs ring in their ears.
This year the Continental will
be greater than ever. All of the
usual racing teams will be
there hoping for success. To fin finish
ish finish the Continental is success.
Experts say that the twenty-four
hours of racing is comparable
to over 100,000 miles of high highway
way highway travel. One team in particu particular
lar particular seem always able to finish
and finish well. That is the Por Porsche
sche Porsche team, from Germany. The
small Porsches just keep on
running while their competitors
fall apart. This year they have
another plan, to keep up with the
leaders not just outlast them.
If you have never seen a sports
car race, give yourself a break,
come to the Daytona Continental.
It begins at 3 p.m. Sat. Feb. 4.
For those of you have seen a sports
car race, this will be a good one.
For those of you who have seen
the Continental, see you there.
ATHENS, Ga. (UPI) Georgias
Bulldogs won a batle of control
basketball Monday night, upset upseting
ing upseting once mighty Kentucky 49-40.
The score at half time was
Kentucky 8, Georgia 6 in a game
Jim Youngblood led the Georgia
scorers with 20 points, including
seven of seven layups from the
floor. The Bulldogs didnt shoot
anything but layups and tip-ins all
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