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The Florida Alligator

Vol. 59. No. 77

Senator Smothers
Set To Kick Off
ACCENT Tonight

By FRANK SHEPHERD
Alligator Staff Writer
U. S. Sen. George Smathers (D., Fla.) will kick off the first annual
ACCENT Symposium tonight at 8 p.m. in University Auditorium.
The keynote address by Smathers is the first of the symposium
series featuring such national figures as James Farmer, Max Lerner,
and Richard Nixon.
Many state and national figures are expected to be among a cap capacity
acity capacity crowd to hear Smathers, who is beginning his 20th year in
Congress. Smathers has been in the Senate for 15 of those 20 years.
Further exploration of the symposium theme, The Responsibility
of Dissent,* will continue Friday evening at 7:30 with former Vice-
President Richard Nixon as guest speaker. Both events will be

ACCENT
Tickets Still
Available
Tickets for students and faculty
are still available for all ACCENT
events at the Florida Union Box
Office.
Tickets for the symposium
events are free, and are necessary
only for Friday and Saturday
nights.
Independent tickets for the AC ACCENT
CENT ACCENT Buffet Luncheon for Inde Independents
pendents Independents which will be held between
11 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the Student
Service Center are on sale for
SI.OO each. The luncheon will fea feature
ture feature James Farmer and Russell
Kirk as special guests. The speak speakers
ers speakers will be available for informal
discussion.
The fraternity luncheons will be
held at the Pi Lambda Phi and
Delta Tau Delta houses. Sydney
Harris will be present at the Pi
Lambda Phi house and William
Rusher will be at the Delta Tau
Delta house.
The sorority luncheon will be
held at the Delta Delta Delta house
and will feature Max Lerner as
special guest.
Tickets for the Greek luncheon
will be sold at each house.

Choir Gets $1,200/
Still Short For Trip
By JIM WHITE
Alligator Staff Writer
The University Choir, which is desperately seeking funds that
will allow it to accept an invitation to sing at the opening of the
1967 Worlds Fair (Expo 67) in Montreal, has been budgeted
$1,200 from UF President J. Wayne Reitzs concession fund, UF
Vice President Frederick E. Conner said Wednesday.
The $1,200 from the concession fund, added to $3,700 which the
choir already has still totals only $4,900 almost $3,000 short
of the amount necessary for the choir to make the trip.
By careful budgeting and cutting every possible corner, we
still need about $7,600, choir tour manager John Saylor pointed
out.
Student Body President Buddy Jacobs is working to help find the
additional money the choir needs, choir president Arthur Johnson
reported Wednesday.
If the choir makes the trip, it will represent the United States
with other groups as the Mormon Tabernacle Choir atnd the New
York Philharmonic at the Fairs opening late in April. In addition,
choir officials are negotiating with the Mike Douglas Show and the
Ed Sullivan Show for appearances on national television during
their appearance at the Fair.

followed by receptions.
The symposium will wind up Sat Saturday
urday Saturday with speeches by Sydney
Harris, Lerner, William Rusher,
Russell Kirk and James Farmer.
ACCENT 67, described by its
student founder Charles Shepherd
as a symposium on vital issues,
is an attempt to involve every stu student
dent student with ideas concerning them as
students and citizens. The pro program
gram program brings national personalities
to the campus, as Shepherd says,
to fulfill, the desire to know first
hand, from the lips of the man
himself.
Aside from representatives of
other universities including
NYU, Maryland, FSU, and UCLA UCLAsome
some UCLAsome 250 high school and junior
college students will be on hand.
To present a broad appeal,
the list of speakers had to be i
balanced between a liberal and con conservative
servative conservative philosophy, Shepherd
said.
The result of this approach
has been that the conservatives
accuse ACCENTS speakers of
being wild-eyed pinkos, while
the liberals claim the speakers are
all right-wing reactionaries.
The truth is that there is just
a little of both, Shepherd said.
Realizing that every student will
not hear all or even some of the
scheduled lectures, ACCENT has
already published a magazine of
essays on the ACCENT theme,
according to Shepherd.
( SEE SMATHERS PAGE 3 )

University of Florida, Gainesville

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( Photo by Jim White )
ACCENT ON POP These UF
coeds eyes may be popping at staff Wednesday on the Plaza
the thought of this pop art of the Americas across from
display put up by the ACCENT Peabody Hall.

Not Keynoter Mollegen

Whos Afraid Os Pike?

By HAROLD KENNEDY
Alligator Staff Writer
Whos Afraid of Bishop Pike?
ask posters tacked in classrooms
all over campus, and its not a bad
question.
One person whos not afraid,
according to Rev. William G. Lilli Lillicrop
crop Lillicrop of the Episcopal Student Cen Center
ter Center is Dr. Albert T. Mollegen, who
will deliver the keynote address
for the annual Religion-In-Life
Week Sunday night at 7:30 in Walk Walker
er Walker Auditorium.
Bishop James A. Pike, the vocal
advocate of a modern Christianity,
with more belief and less be beliefs,
liefs, beliefs, comes to the UF campus
Tuesday to deliver the convocation
address.
He speaks at 7:30 p.m. in the
Florida Gym on The Real Con Conflict
flict Conflict Between Science and Re Religion.
ligion. Religion.
Religion-In-Life Week, which
gets underway Sunday night with
Mollegens address, and closes
Thursday night with a 7:30 p.m.
address by Dr. George F. Flanni Flannigan,
gan, Flannigan, is sponsored by the United
Religious Association.
Both Mollegen and Pike can be
said to be seeking ways to inter interpret
pret interpret traditional concepts of Chris Christian
tian Christian faith into language acceptable
to modern intellectuals. The dif difference
ference difference between the two men lies
not in their aim, but in their ways
looking at the problem.
Mollegen approaches the prob problem
lem problem as a traditional Christian
seeking to relate his faith to a
fragmented, mechanized, jet-style
society, notes Lillicrop, while
Pike approaches the same question
as an intelligent product of that
society seeking from the Christian
religion a sound basis for his faith.
However, such a view of the two
men is so capsulized, warns Lilli Lillicrop,
crop, Lillicrop, that it does neither man little
justice.
Mollegen, widely known and
highly respected in theological
circles as an apologist for classi classical
cal classical Christianity, seeks to draw
from traditional Christianity that

which is applicable !o modern so social,
cial, social, political and economic prob problems.
lems. problems.
Pike, on the other hand, is
struggling with the formal areas of
classical Christian faith, which

Chancellor Hopefuls
* <>
Rappedy Schwartz
By ANDY MOOR
Alligator Editorial Editor
A lot of people arent happy about the fate of the Honor Court.
In the past few days considerable discontent has been evi evident
dent evident over the qualifications of the three candidates for the
Honor Courts chancellorship.
The candidates, University Partys Tim Donahue, FIRST
Partys Joe Mason and United Partys Dave Welch, have been
labeled as unqualified and lacking the experience that office
requires. 1
When contacted Wednesday about the qualifications of the can candidates,
didates, candidates, former Chancellor Herb Schwartz aired his discontent.
None of the candidates are qualified for the office by *my
judgement,' Schwartz said. I think the student body is being
dealt a very short hand.
Schwartz, whose administration brought sweeping changes to
the Honor Court and Honor System, retired from his position
in December to become a member of the faculty.
Schwartz charged that the nomination of the present candi candidates
dates candidates was purely politically motivated.
There are many more qualified people than the three who
are running, Schwartz said. If things remain as they are,
Im afraid that the Court will go back to serving merely its
court function.
All three candidates have handled cases before Schwartz.
In. his tenure of office, Schwartz was responsible for removal
of search of students rooms without prior knowledge and in
increasing the constitutional rights for students.
Schwartz was roughest on University Party candidate Donahue,
who he said hasn't even completed a course in evidence.
As for Mason and Welch, Schwartz said there isnt much diff difference.
erence. difference.
Neither one is really qualified, Schwartz said.
Schwartz said he hoped there was some way to rectify the
situation with new candidates.
Any one of the three could become a fair justice in a years
time, Schwartz maintained. But hell have to be an adminis administrator,
trator, administrator, too. I just dont think any of them can be.
Qualifying deadline for the election is today.

Thursday, January 19, 1967

INTERPRETIVE

have their origins in ancient Greek
thought and Aristotelean categor categories.
ies. categories. While Greek philosophy domi dominated
nated dominated the known world at the time
(SEE WHOS PAGE 3)



Page 2

> Th e Florida Alligator, Thursday, January 19, 1967

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BUNDY
. debated Pike
Communism
Expert Speaks
Tonight
Edgar C. Bundy, executive sec secretary
retary secretary of the Church League of
American and reportedly Ameri America's
ca's America's foremost authority on Com Communism
munism Communism and the churches the
only man to successfully debate
with the controversial Episcopal
Bishop James A. Pike will
speak at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the
University Baptist Church, on 3401
NW 34th Street.
Bundy will speak on Should
Christians Carry On Dialogue
With Communists?
Bundy predicted under con congressional
gressional congressional oath that South Korea
would be attacked by the North
Korean Communist forces which
had been trained and equipped by
the Soviets. This prediction was
made one year and two days before
it occurred. He also warned of the
impending fall of China.
He is a research analyst, lec lecturer,
turer, lecturer, author and general chairman
of the Church League of America.
He is a Baptist. He holds a
majors commission in the U. S.
Air Force Reserve and teaches
frequently in Air Force schools
as a guest lecturer.
Campaigning
Charles Shepherd, FIRST Party
presidential candidate, visited and
spoke with several campus frat fraternities
ernities fraternities Wednesday night. Shep Shepherd
herd Shepherd paid visits to Lambda Chi
Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi, and Theta
Chi fraternities to ask for back backing
ing backing in the upcoming student elect election
ion election to supplement independent
support.
FIRST Party campaigning has
been light this week, as many of
its candidates have been working
with the ACCENT 67Symposium,
of which Shepherd is general chair chairman.
man. chairman. The prospects are that cam campaigning
paigning campaigning will not get into full swing
until the beginning of next week
after the ACCENT program.
FIRST Meet Set
There will be a FIRST Party
meeting today at 6:30 p.m. in the
Florida Union Auditorium.
All slate candidates must attend
the meeting, which is also open to
party workers.
Fred Breeze, party chairman,
will preside.

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Loan Applicant Deadline Feb. 28

The deadline for filing loan
applications for the school year
67-68 to all forms of financial aid
administered by UF.
Previous recipients of a Nat National
ional National Defense Loan should re remember
member remember that they must reapply
for financial assistance for the
coming school year, Mac Grigsby
of the Financial Aid Office said
Tuesday.
Approximately 1,200 students
are attending UF this year on
money available through the Nat National
ional National Defense Act. The average
loan for a student is estimated
at S7OO.
When the university first start started
ed started using federal money in the form
of loans and grants only $150,000

Student Passing Bad Checks
Can Get Hit From Two Sides

By JUDY REDFERN
Alligator Staff Writer
Students passing bad checks are
subject to action by both the Honor
Court and the Alachua County
Sheriffs Department.
According to Edgar Dunn, Honor
Court chancellor, double jeo jeopardy
pardy jeopardy does not apply to student
bad check passers because the
Honor Court is a civil court, not
a criminal court.
Lt. Ronald Stanley of the Sher Sheriffs
iffs Sheriffs Department said there will
be no change in the departments
handling of students reported pass passing
ing passing worthless checks. Bad checks
come under the jurisdiction of the
County Court of Record.
-s
Students are responsible for a
very small percentage of the
worthless check problems in this
community, Stanley said.
Under new Honor Court policy,
the court will charge students who
flagrantly pass bad checks witr
contempt of court. Contempt of
court carries up to six penalty
hours per offense.
The new policy is not intended
to punish students who have made
an honest mistake, Dunn said,
but to penalize those students
who create a bad name for the
rest of the student body among the
local merchants.
A student who makes good his
check and can show good cause
before the court will not be pena penalized,
lized, penalized, Dunn said. He said the
purpose of the new policy was not
to draw attention to the problem
but to improve student body re relationships

of federal money was made avail available.
able. available. This year over $700,000
was available.
For every $9 that the federal
money makes available, the uni university
versity university must come up with sl.
If for some reason the university
fails to do this, it does not re receive
ceive receive the money.
In the past the burden for rais raising
ing raising money rested solely with the
administration.
The tremendous support that
the student body gives Dollars for
Scholars not only adds thousands
of dollars to the loan program, but
it also demonstrates the desire of
the individual students to enable

lationships relationships with local merchants.
Robert Overton, Food Service
director, said his organization has
not reported any cases of bad
checks to the Honor Court, al although
though although Foodservice received three
or four times as many worthless
checks than usual during the last
two weeks of the fall trimester.
Percentage-wise, its not a
very large problem. I dont know
of any case in which we havent
been able to collect the money
after we contacted the student,
he said.
A spokesman for the College Inn
cafeteria reported that students
whose checks bounce are notified
and given a few days to make the
checks good. If the student fails
to make his check good, he is re reported
ported reported to theSheriffs Department.
The spokesman said the College
Inn does not report the incident
to the Honor Court.
Mortar Board
Applications
Applications are now being taken
for Mortar Board.
Members are chosen on the ba basis
sis basis of scholarship, leadership and
service to the university.
Any woman student who is pre presently
sently presently classified as a junior or
who will graduate before the se second
cond second quarter of 1968 is eligible
to apply.
Applications may be picked up
at the Information Desk, Florida
Union. They must be returned to
the Mortar Board box, Informa Information
tion Information Desk, Florida Union, by Jan January
uary January 25. For further information
contact Lee Ann Draud or Candy
Hampton at 376-9874.

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those less fortunate to a:end col college,
lege, college, Grigsby stated.
He further stated, Loans and
grants are not awarded as a con convenience
venience convenience to those who could attend
college anyway.
The money available through the

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awarded a loan or a grant to a lai
applicant/ Grigsby warned.

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G(r)atorade For Troops In Vietnam?

By JOE TORCHIA
Alligator Staff Writer
Dr. J. Robert Cade, associate professor in UFs College of Medicine,
revealed Tuesday that his energy-boosting formula, Gatorade, may be
tested this summer for possible later use in Vietnam.
Cade said he has presented his data concerning Gatorade to the government
as a result of an expressed interest by Sec. of Defense Robert McNamara.
If the government is interested enough, Cade said, it will test Gatorade
on 30,000 Marines at Fort Lejeune, N. C., this summer.
Each man will receive two gallons of the electrolyte sugar per day over
a period of about two month.
The main purpose of Gatorade is to combat the changes in body tempera temperature
ture temperature resulting from exercise.
The formula replaces immediately the chemicals rapidly used up in the

Officials,
Sponsors
Wanted
Any student organization or
dorm area which wishes to spon sponsor
sor sponsor a presidential debate between
Jan. 2G and Feb. 1, is invited
to submit its requests in writing
to the Secretary of Interiors of office,
fice, office, rm. 311 of the Florida Union,
no later than 3:00 p.m. Monday.
Applications are still being taken
for election officials. Students
must be able to work a minimum
of five hours. Pay is $1 per hour.
Interested students should also
contact SG Secretary of Interior.

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(Now well tell you how to get there)
Go McDonnell. Because when you join
McDonnell, youll work for a world-renowned
name that stands for leadership and excel excellence
lence excellence in the aerospace industry. You will
grow professionally by working in an envi environment
ronment environment conducive to achievement, along alongside
side alongside scientists and engineers who have
outstanding technical reputations. And
youll build your future with a research researchoriented
oriented researchoriented company thats receptive to new
ideas. You will also earn an excellent salary
and enjoy liberal fringe benefits with a com company
pany company that is known for stability.
At McDonnell you also get the chance to
put your personal touch on things while
helping the team to make a contribution to
aerospace science. In addition to getting
management recognition for outstanding
accomplishments, youll have the satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction of knowing that you used your head to
get ahead.
The McDonnell recruiter will show you how
your degree in science or engineering can
help you get where youre going. Be sure to
chat with him when hes at your campus
placement office on January 25 and 26.
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An Equal Opportunity Employer

Levin Raps Security Seminar ;
'No Chance For Serious Debate'

By JIM WHITE r
Alligator Staff Writer
Alan Levin, former UF pre presidential
sidential presidential candidate for Freedom
Party and head of the controver controversial
sial controversial Students for a Democratic

Florida Cinema Society
Presents W.C. Fields Films

The premiere production of the
new Florida Cinema Society Sun Sunday
day Sunday night will be a group of W.
C. Fields films. Fields, one of
the greatest comedieans of the first

THREE DELICIOUS FLAVORS

Society, Wednesday denounced the
National Security Seminar now in
progress at University Aud Auditorium.
itorium. Auditorium.
His main criticism of the sem seminar,
inar, seminar, Levin said, was that it af afforded
forded afforded little if any opportunity for

part of this century, was famous
for the characterization of the
skeptical con-man and his wise wisecracks,
cracks, wisecracks, such as never give a
sucker an even break.
The program consists of the full fulllength
length fulllength feature Poppy, the film
version of the Broadway musical
which made Fields a star, a two tworeel
reel tworeel Keystone comedy The
Barber Shop, and the famous
chase sequence from The Bank
Dick, Fields last film.
Showings of the program Sunday
are at 6 and 8 p.m. at the Med Medical
ical Medical Center auditorium. Admis Admission
sion Admission is 50 cents. Season Tickets
are available today for the last
time at the Union Box Office.
The season ticket will admit the
holder to any five of the Societys
eight showings for-SI.OO.

Whos Afraid Os Bishop Pike?

from Page 1 j

when the New Testament was writ written,
ten, written, it no longer holds sway in the
mind of modern man.
According to Time Magazine,
Pike considers the essential, ir irreducible
reducible irreducible message of the church
to be that God is the loving per personal
sonal personal ground of existence and that
Jesus is the suffering servant in
whom God is seen as breaking
through, and ,whose self-giving
is the exemplar for Christians who

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body or lost through perspiration. This will be especially valuable for
preventing heat-related diseases in Vietnam, Cade pointed out.
So far, Gatqjade has been rather effectively used by the UF football
and basketball teams. A supply lias also been sold to the University of Rich Richmond
mond Richmond and Miami College of Ohio.
To date Cade has earned $1,300 from sales of his formula, but he hopes
to make more
Cade has a patent on Gatorade currently being processed. Once it is through,
Cade said lie may incorporate and make Gatorade for profit.
After studying the UF freshman team last year to determine the approximate
percentage of vital chemicals lost during a game, Cade formed a rather
bland-looking Gatorade from a mixture of ingredients.
i The taste has been improved since then, however, and Gatorade will In?
but in three flavors this fall.

Thursday. January 19, 1997, The Florida Alligator,

serious debate between the mili military
tary military officers conducting the
seminar and students and faculty
members holding dissenting points
of view.
The seminars claim to be
non-political and non-military
are ridiculous, Levin contended.
To the military, for example,
Communism is not a political
issue.
Although the seminar claims to
offer nothing but factual informa information,
tion, information, Levin noted, facts can lie pre presented
sented presented in such away as to lend
a bias to the conclusions reached
by the audience.
I think its an abomination
that Dr. Reitz would lend his name
to a program such as this, Le Levin
vin Levin commehted. (UF President J.
Wayne Reitz is listed in seminar
literature as an honorary chair chairman).
man). chairman).
Levin indicated that if a panel paneltype
type paneltype debate between the military
officers presenting the seminar
and a student-faculty group could
be arranged, he would be interest interested
ed interested in participating.
Students who would like to at attend
tend attend the seminar have been in invited
vited invited to sit in the University
Auditorium balconies free of
charge, seminar officials siad
Wednesday.

would follow him to gain eternal
life. Pike is willing, if necessary,
to sacrifice all doctrine save this.
I 'Gator Policy I
All releases concerning can candidates
didates candidates for political office must be
turned into the Alligator by at
least 3 p.m. prior to the desired
day of publication. Releases should
be no longer than one and one onehalf
half onehalf pages in length and must
be typed, double-space.

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Kicks Off
ACCENT
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The magazine is available at
the information booth from the
Hub and includes contributions by
Norman Thomas, dean of American
socialism; Russell Kirk, leading
conservative author and lecturer
(and also scheduled as an ACCENT
speaker), Edward M. Keating,
publisher of Ramparts mag magazine;
azine; magazine; Ted Sorenson, special ad advisor
visor advisor to both Kennedy and John Johnson
son Johnson and Hans Morgenthau, one of
the leading political scientists in
the U. S. and long a consultant
for the Departments of State and
Defense.
Craft Shop Show
The Florida Union Craft Shop
will have a special showing of
slides on Glass And Jewelry by
Miss Ellen Jacobs of New York
City today.
Miss Jacobs received a Master's
Degree from Jhe Chicago School
of Design and is currently employ employed
ed employed at Georg Jensens of New York
as a jewelry designer. She has
also attended the famous craft
school at Haystack, Maine.
The program will begin at 7:30
p.in. and all student, faculty and
staff are invited.
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The Florida Alligator
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EDDIE SEARS 808 MENAKER STEVE HULL
Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor
ANDY MOOR 808 BECK
Editorial Editor Soorts Editor
Opinions of columnists do not uecessaniy reflect the
editorial viewpoint of the Alligator. The only official
voice of the Alligator staff is the editorial in the left
column.

Choirs Plight
The University Choir has gone just
about everywhere and tried just about
everything to get money to attend the
Expo 67 Fair in Montreal.
It has appealed to the Air Force, to
Floridas Congressional delegation, to
the Florida Chamber of Commerce, to
the Florida Citrus Commission, to Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council and to SG President Byddy
Jacobs.
But all its appeals have gone for naught.
This is in sharp contrast to the Flor Florida
ida Florida State Seminole Marching Chiefs Band,
which needed $30,000 to go to the Sun
Bowl in El Paso. Five days after the
bands plight was known it had its money.
Then Gov. Haydon Burns gave the Citrus
Commission an okay to help the Seminole
band out and it did.
UFs request seems no less reasonable
than that made by FSU. We appeal to
Gov. Claude Kirk to give a similar okay
for the Citrus Commission or another
state agency to help the UF Choir. If
the choir were to appear on two national
television shows as it has hopes of doing,
the publicity value would be far greater
than the $5,000 needed for the Choir to
go to Expo 67 -- budget cut not with withstanding.
standing. withstanding.
Partnership
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One of the more prominent names in
the state for the past two weeks has been
that of George Wackenhut, the Coral Gables
investigator hired to head Gov. Claude
Kirks War on Crime,
There has been much discussion of the
Wackenhut agencys license to investigate
anyone it thinks needs investigating,
as Wackenhut himself put it.
Now it seems that the Wackenhut con controversy
troversy controversy will have a partner.
N, Beverage Director Don Meiklejohn an announced
nounced announced Tuesday that hes hiring three
intelligence officers in order to piece
together a big picture of liquor and
cigarette bootlegging in the state.
Meiklejohn expressed concern that
Florida, like New York, might become a
cigarette smuggling haven out of North
Carolina, where theyre only $2 per car car~
~ car~ ton.
We think Meiklejohn and Wackenhut
ought to get together.
With the $27,000 in salaries the three
investigators would get, Florida could
probably get mileage enough for several
investigations. Then the people could hold
government, and not some private bunch
of donors, responsible for the actions of
Wackenhuts forces.
If the Wackenhut agency is efficient,
then it ought to be able to investigate
cigarette and liquor bootlegging for less
than $27,000.

THINKING OUT LOUD

No Rest For Weary Leader
-

By JIM MOORHEAD
Our Man in The Arty Set
MIAMI As if Lyndon Baines
Johnson didnt have enough prob problems.
lems. problems.
Vexed with Vietnam, plagued
with poverty, taxed with taxes;
burdened with Baker and pressed
with the prospect of a daughter
seemingly either destined for spin spinsterhood
sterhood spinsterhood or marriage to a draft draftdodger,
dodger, draftdodger, LBJ is now bestowed with
what he needs least: another major
problem.
Somewhere in this great land of
America the Beautiful, the Pre President

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Our Man Hoppe
By Arthur Hoppe
Alligator Columnist

En route to Miami
Fine thing. Here I am, on my
way at great personal sacrifice
to investigate Miami Beach as a
staging area for the glorious, his historic
toric historic Ninth Crusade, and the Cru Crusaders
saders Crusaders are lousing things up al already.
ready. already.
You will recall that the glori glorious,
ous, glorious, historic Ninth Crusade was
launched to fill a crying need
the crying need being that we have havent
nt havent had a decent crusade around
here since the Eighth in the
year of 1270.
So, shouting Up Lyndon, the
Lion-hearted, and For God and
Lady bird, and things like that,
we'set about picking a place to
hold it. For various technical
reasons, we were forced to re reject
ject reject the Holy Land, Vietnam, Al Albania
bania Albania and Phoenix, Arizona. But
for handiness and being just full
of Infidels you cant beat Cuba.
Naturally, weve been counting
on the wholehearted support of the
local Cuban refugees, Crusaders at
heart one and all. For close to
ten years theyve been sitt sitting
ing sitting around Miami hoping fer fervently
vently fervently for a chance to invade
Cuba. What dedication. What en enthusiasm.
thusiasm. enthusiasm. What great Crusad Crusaders
ers Crusaders they,would make.
So what happens? Before I could
get there and sign them up, they
went off to invade Haiti instead.
* *
Well, you cant blame them too
much. After sitting around for ten
years talking about an invasion,

sident President has got to come up with an
artist who can paint a suitable
portrait of Lyndon the Less-Than
-Lovely.
The President last week took one
look at artist Peter Hurds flat flattering
tering flattering likeness of him and, in a
rare outburst of candor, ex exclaimed,
claimed, exclaimed, Thats the ugliest thing
I ever saw.
Lyndon Johnson is not generally
credited with excessive amounts
of self-effacing honesty, so his
assessment of Hurds portrait was
in character. The picture was, no
doubt, NOT the ugliest thing
Lyndon Johnson ever saw.

they naturally got impatient to
have one. And while Haiti isnt
exactly Cuba, it is, as their lead leader,
er, leader, former Cuban Secret Police
Chief Rolando Masferrer, pointed
out, on the way to Cuba. But sos
Key West. And we certainly would wouldnt
nt wouldnt want them invading there. Not
during the peak winter season.
On the other hand, you cant
blame the U.S. customs agents for
arresting them. other
(SEE HOPPE PAGE 5)

Florida Alligator Staff
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NICK TATRO STEFANIE JARIUS NEWT SIMMONS
vVire Editor Society Editor Editorial Assistant
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Editorial Assistant General Assignment Photo Editor
Editor
STAFF MEMBERS Harvey Alper, Jimmey Bailey, George
DuFour, Bill Douthat, Elaine Fuller, Barbara Gefen, Kathie
Keim, Bob Padecky, Bill Lockhart, Judy Redfern, Stan Saund Saunders,
ers, Saunders, Frank Shepherd, Jim White, Joe Torchia,Justine Hartman,
Harold Kennedy.
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er, PeggySneider, Andrew Haslett Jr., Robert Blount, Jerome Warren, Joan
Allen, Eddie Guttenmacher, Greg Borden Dick Blakely Bob
Menaker, Dave Reddick.
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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.

For instance, his shaving mirror
the morning after his 1965 inau inaugural
gural inaugural ball unquestionably must
have projected a good deal more
repulsiveness than Hurds effort.
The look Lyndon got from Bob
Kennedy behind closed doors when
the President broke the news that
it wouldnt be a Johnson-Kennedy
ticket in <64 must have contained
a trough-load or so more ugli ugliness
ness ugliness than Hurds painting.
His beloved Bird in cold cream
and curlers--surely the Hurd
portrait conveys some precious
few molecules more of true beauty
to the presidential eyes than
THAT!
And for sheer ugliness, the scene
which followed Hurd's abrupt de departure
parture departure from the portraits unveil unveiling
ing unveiling must have beento employ
the reverse -a real beaut com compared
pared compared with the portrait itself. We
have Mrs. Johnsons word on that.
If we turn to other well-known
artists, we get nowhere. Salva Salvador
dor Salvador Dali would do a memorable
job, but it would be just like him
to get carried away with LBJs
promontory features and come up
with Dumbo ears and a Carl Carlsbad
sbad Carlsbad mouth, then top it off by
swathing that infamous gall blad bladder
der bladder incision right across his
forehead.
Picasso would lend an impres impressive
sive impressive name to the whole affair,
but with his improbable imag imagination
ination imagination he probably would pro produce
duce produce something just as ugly, yet
not bearing the slightest resem resemblance
blance resemblance to the subject.
Is a helpful suggestion not
in order? Since Mr. Johnson has
so often and so patronizingly
proclaimed his wish to be Pre President
sident President of all the people, let
us appropriately make him the
subject of all the people.
Let us, each of us, in our very
best way apply brush to canvas canvasor
or canvasor pencil to paper, or coal-chunk
to sidewalk, or whatever and
fashion our own portraits of
our President for his considera consideration.
tion. consideration.
And as certain as the old con contentionthat
tentionthat contentionthat a hundred monkeys
turned loose on a hundred type typewriters
writers typewriters will eventually come up
with the complete works of Shake Shakespeareis
speareis Shakespeareis the fact that from
somewhere inside that multitudi multitudinous
nous multitudinous mountain of popular expres expressiveness
siveness expressiveness will emerge a president presidential
ial presidential likeness that will make Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon Johnson rare back and ex exclaim,
claim, exclaim, Thats the handsomest
thing I ever saw.
And if the winner from among
those 200 million should hap happen,
pen, happen, just happen, to be a certain
New Mexico artist, surely he
will exclaim: Thats the damnd damndest
est damndest thing I ever Hurd.



Boston Strangler
Convicted By Jury

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UPI)
- An all-male jury Wednesday
convicted self confessed Bos Boston
ton Boston strangler Albert H. De
Salvo on sex, assault and
burglary charges. De Salvo
was sentenced to life im imprisonment.
prisonment. imprisonment.
Superior Court Judge Cor Cornelius
nelius Cornelius J. Moynihan stayed
execution of the sentence
pending an appeal to the
Massachusetts Supreme
Court by celebrated attor attorney,
ney, attorney, F. Lee Bailey of Bos Boston.
ton. Boston.
Bailey, who has won fame
in the Sheppard and Coppol Coppolino
ino Coppolino murder trials, took his
loss bitterly.
Massachusetts has just

Shao-chi Reported
Under House Arrest

HONG KONG (UPI) Commu Communist
nist Communist Chinese President Liu Shao Shaochi
chi Shaochi may be under house arrest in
a walled Peking compound where
ranking government officials re reside,
side, reside, intelligence sources said
Wednesday.
They said it was unlikely he
could have fled the Red Chinese
capital as reported Tuesday by
Hong Kong newspapers. Those
dispatches said Liu had escaped
Peking and set up a battle head headquarters
quarters headquarters 225 miles southeast of
the capital to consolidate his op opposition
position opposition to Chairman Mao
Tse-tung.
Liu has not performed any
meaningful duties as chief of state
since last July. He has not been
seen publicly since Nov. 12.
While his whereabouts were not
known for certain, intelligence
sources in this British crown
colony believe he is under close
watch, and possibly heayy guard,
in the vast Chung Nah Hai compound
where state and Communist party
leaders live.
They added, however, that while
Lius power at the top may have
been curtailed he probably still
enjoyed strong support down
through the party ranks, the mili military,
tary, military, state structures and labor
organizations.
f
Only this week, the Mao Maocontrolled
controlled Maocontrolled journal Red Flag ad admitted

(FROM PAGE 4)
countries without authorization
from our government is against the
law. And while Haiti has a very
evil dictator, Papa Doc Duvalier,
and its people probably suffer
under the worst form of tyranny
anywhere, it isnt on the author authored
ed authored list of countries you can
invade.
But the worst of it, of course,
is the bad example this rash,
undisciplined invasion attempt sets
for Crusaders everywhere. You
really cant have people just going
off invading anywhere they like.
Hstory shows us that if we start
marching off in little groups to
sack Constantinople orrapeSidron
or flatten Tyre, we never will
save Christendom from the Infi Infidels.
dels. Infidels.

Our Man Hoppe

burned another witch, he
said.
It is not the fault of
the jury but the fault of
the law.
The lawyer had contended
his 35-year-old client should
be found innocent by reason
of insanity and committed
to a mental institution.
The jury deliberated three
hours and 45 minutes be before
fore before finding De Salvo guil guilty
ty guilty on all 10 indictments
stemming from assaults on
four women between May
and October, 1964.
The charges were not re related
lated related to the deaths of 13
women whom the strangler
is accused of killing.

mitted admitted that powerholders taking
the capitalist road still were
firmly entrenched in many areas.
This could have meant Liu since
Red Guard wall posters still re refer
fer refer to him in such terms.
There were these other develop developments
ments developments in the Red Chinese political
upheaval:
The Japanese news agency
Kyodo said in a dispatch from Pe Peking
king Peking that the Peking Committee of
the Chinese Communist party had
been taken over by supporters of
Mao and placed under control of the
Maoist Revolutionary Organiza Organization
tion Organization Committee.
Deputy Mayors Arrested.
Nao-control led Peking Radio said
two deputy mayors of Shanghai
were arrested Jan. 10 by forces
loyal to Mao and charged with try trying
ing trying to sabotage the cultural re revolution
volution revolution purges.

Students Protest Cutbacks

ATLANTA (UPI) A group of college students
wearing black armbands delivered an open letter
to Gov. Lester Maddoxs office Wednesday pro protesting
testing protesting budget cutbacks for higher education in
Georgia.
The group, which calls itself The Student Or Organizing
ganizing Organizing Committee (SOC), warned it was pre prepared
pared prepared to launch statewide demonstrations unless
Maddox takes positive action to restore the $lO
million he cut from the states university system
in his proposed budget for 1967-68.
The SOC was the same group that paraded in

But my, running a glorious his historic
toric historic Crusade certainly isnt as
easy as it sounds.
So, in this hour of crisis, I
cant urge you too strongly to con contain
tain contain your enthusiasm and not go
sailing off by yourself to cru crusade
sade crusade in some unapproved country.
If we dont stick togehter, should shoulder
er shoulder to shoulder, this whole glor glorious
ious glorious historic Ninth Crusade, let
me tell you, could be as big a
flop as the previous eight Lady
Bird and the Good Lord nptwith nptwithstanding.
standing. nptwithstanding.
Meanwhile, as soon as I get to
Miami Ill try to straighten things
out. Im sure that with hard-hiit hard-hiiting
ing hard-hiiting logic, a strong emotional appeal
and all the fine arts of persuasion
I can convince our friends, the Cu
an refugees, that Cuba really is
the best place to crusade.

UPI
NEWS
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Legislature Told
ToAbandon Stall
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI)
Atty. Gen. Earl Faircloth told the
weary Florida legislature Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday that it must come up with a
reapportionment plan immediately
based on pure population and
Gov. Claude Kirk said he would
veto any formula that does not
provide for elections right away.
These surprise developments
apparently left the legislature no
alternative but to abandon its ap approach
proach approach of trying to convince the
federal court that it should be
permitted to operate through the
1967 session in April.
The attorney general, in effect,
told the lawmakers that they can cannot
not cannot put off until 1968 giving the
people a one man, one vote
legislature, even though it means
that special elections must beheld
between now and April to elect
members to any House or Senate
seat which is in any way changed
by a new apportionment.
NEW YORK
STOCK REPORT
NEW YORK (UPI) Dow Jones
closing range of averages.
Stocks High Low Close
30 Indus 853.34 839.14 847.49
20 Rails 225.44 222.16 224.02
15 Utils 140.56 138.71 139.79
65 Stocks 305.53 300.81 303.56
Net Change: 30 Indus., up 3.84;
20 Rails, up 0.34; 15 Utils., up
0.48; 65 Stocks, up 1.04.
Transactions in stocks used in
averages Wednesday: industrials
801,100, railroads 108,700, utili utilities
ties utilities 126,800, total 1,036,000.

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front of Maddoxs inauguration platform last Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday wearing black armbands and carrying a
black coffin with a sign that read: Here lies the
new South.
Jody Palmer, a SOC spokesman, said the com committee
mittee committee was opposed to Maddox because they felt
he did not represent the feelings of most Georgians.
Palmer said they will wear the black armbands
in any future dealings with the Maddox administra administration
tion administration to show the mourning and morbidity his
administration represents.

Thursday, January 19, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

US Bs2s Drop
WWII Fire
On Delta Region

SAIGON (UPI) -- Giant U, S.
Air Force Bs2s burned out 18
square miles of a major Commu Communist
nist Communist hideaway jungle Wednesday
with saturation fire bombing of the
type that terrorized German cities
in World War 11.
The bombers swept in waves
20,000 feet over the 200-foot high
trees of the southeast corner of
War Zone D and dumped tons of
World War II type i nee ndia r y
bombs that broke up into smaller
magnesium bomblets before strik striking
ing striking earth, spokesmen said.
The rain of fire awed even the
airmen. It looks like the Fourth
of July, said an airman watching
the blue-white magnesium blaze
incinerate the jungle 32 miles
northeast of Saigon and adjacent
to the Iron Triangle where Ameri American
can American troops have killed more than
500 Communists in an li-day
sweep, Operation Cedar Falls.
U. S. spokesmen said the raid
was carefully planned. Planes
earlier dropped chemicals that de defoliated
foliated defoliated the area where U. S. gen generals
erals generals said battered Communist
units might have sought shelter
from their bloody defeats in the
Iron Triangle.
It was not immediately known if
the fire enveloped any Communist
troops. U. S. spokesmen said they
knew of no civilians being in the
heavy jungle area at the time of
the raid.
The firebombing came as U. S.
troops in the triangle uncovered
a quarter-mile-long tunnel and
cave complex loaded with arms
and booby traps the Viet Cong
left behind in the battle area 24
miles north-northwest of Saigon.
In North Viet Nam American
planes knocked out Russian-built
missile and antiaircraft gun de defenses
fenses defenses near Hanoi and Haiphong
that indicated heavier U. S. air
attacks in the improving flying
weather.

But the attacks were costly. A
U. S. Air Force RF4C Phantom
jet, a reconnaissance version of
the world's faster tactical fighter,
was lost over the Communist
North and its two man crew report reported
ed reported missing in action. It was the
third Phantom lost in two days
over North Viet Nam.
Bakers Secretary
Endorsed Checks
WASHINGTON (UPI) An FBI
handwriting expert Wednesday i identified
dentified identified the late Carole Tyler,
beauty queen secretary to former
Senate aide Robert G. Bobby
Baker, as the endorser of checks
made out to Bakers friend and
associate, Wayne L. Bromley.
The government, nearing the end
of its case against Baker, has
charged that Bromley accepted
checks in his own name from var various
ious various business interests and turned
the money over to Baker. Bromley
has testified he asked Baker to
stop the arrangement in mid-1964
but that subsequent checks were
returned with his name signed by
someone else.
Dr. Fred M. Miller of the FBI
told a U. S. District Court jury
that Miss Tyler who died in a
private plane crash near Bakers
Ocean City, Md., resort motel in
May 1965 had signed at least
three checks from Harvey Alumi Aluminum
num Aluminum Co. of Torrance, Calif., in
Bromleys name.
He also said that some corres correspondence
pondence correspondence between Harvey Alumi Aluminum
num Aluminum and Bromley bore Bromleys
signature in Miss Tylers hand handwriting.
writing. handwriting.
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FOR SALE: 1965 Allstate (Vespa)
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ities. utilities. 2026 W. University Ave. apt.
3. Call Bill at 378-4644 after 7p.m.
(B-76-3t-p)
1 BEDROOM Apt. French Quarter.
On pool side. Available now. Con Contact
tact Contact Manager. 999 SW 16 Ave. (B (B---
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ROOM and Board s6oper 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
(B-76-st-c)
SUB-LEASE furnished apartment.
University Gardens. $l2O per
month. Balance of Jan. already
paid. Call 372-6509. (B-77-3t-c)
wanted
FEMALE roommatewanted. Apart Apartment
ment Apartment has air conditioning, TV,
telephone, and modern kitchen. Lo Located
cated Located 1716 N.W. 3rd Ave. apt.
#23, S4B per month plus utilities,
near campus, laundry, and shopp shopping
ing shopping area. Call Bev Erickson at
372-8612 or 376-2062. (C-77-2t-p)
MALE roommate wanted to share
apartment. One block from cam campus,
pus, campus, air conditioned. $43.50 a
month plus utilities. Call Bill 376-
0516. (C-77-4t-c)
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)
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-
lOt-c)

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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-
6623. (C-75-3t-c)
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)
help wanted
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.
(E-76- st-c)
HIRED hands needed. Waitress
full or part time. Apply to Trail Trailboss.
boss. Trailboss. Poncferosa Steak House,
Westgate Shopping Center. (E-76-
7t-c)
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-
lOt-c)
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-
3t-c)
SECRETARY
Part Time
Evenings 5-9 Mon. Thru Fri.
Must be neat and have ability to
meet people. Car necessary. For
interview call 372-1448 (E-75-
3t-c)

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MALE or female full time clerk
cashier and assistant mgr. trainee.
For appt. call 376-2533. (E-77-
2t-c)
FEMALE HELP WANTED
Experienced drug and cosmetic
clerk and cashier. Apply in per person,
son, person, McCollum Drugs WEST, 1124
West University Avenue. (E-77-3t (E-77-3tc)
c) (E-77-3tc)
MALE or female over 21. With
car. Part time work. No selling,
for canvasing work, 4 hours a
day. See Mr. Lee at No. 5 S.W.
2nd Place. 9-10 a.m. $1.40 per
hour (E-75- st-c)
WANTED. Responsible, attractive
male or female to work as rental
agent for large apartment complex.
Must be available form 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. week days. Call 376-
6720 (376-9508 after 6 p.m.) (E (E---77-10t-c)
--77-10t-c) (E---77-10t-c)
DEPENDABLE woman would de desire
sire desire days or part time work and
preferable in NE section. Have
transportation. Call 372-2091 or
376-7079. (F-77-3t-c).
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lost-found
LOST, Jan. 11, brown wallet, con contained
tained contained very important papers. RE REWARD
WARD REWARD Call 376-9351 room 209.
(L-74-st-c)
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 AXfl pin in vicinity of Ti Tigert.
gert. Tigert. Call Betty 376-9363 or 376 7
1023. REWARD (L-3t-77-NC)
personal
Social Chairman take notice
THE BETTER HALF introduces
North Flas most dynamic female
vocalist. Sat., Jan. 21. Kappa Sigma
10:30 p.m. (J-77-2t-c)
WANTED: German tutor to help
prepare me for the Princeton Lan Language
guage Language Exam. Prefer someone with
some knowledge of structure of
Princeton Exam. Call Gordon Mer Mercer.
cer. Mercer. Call 376-1737. (J-77-3t-c)
BANDS, Singers, Dancers, In Instrumentalist,
strumentalist, Instrumentalist, Comedians and
other talent are invited to regis register
ter register at the Public Functions office
for possible engagements. Room
115, Florida Union. (J-74-3t-c)
FLYING to Fort Lauderdale this
weekend. Need riders 376-1777.
(J-76-2t-c)
FLAMENCO Guitarist, Richard
Preist, every Thursday night 9:30
-12:30 p.m. at Winnjammer 520
S.W. 2nd Ave. (J-76-10tc)

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autos
1957 VOLKSWAGEN, excellent
recently rebuilt engine, new paint,
carpeted. Owner intended to keep,
was given new car. Personal pos possession.
session. possession.
1956 PLYMOUTH, V-8, stick,
4-door R&H, excellent Mechanical
cond. Many trouble free miles
left. $l5O or best offer. Call D.
Roach 376-9138. (G-77-2t-c)
1960 GERMAN Ford Taunus; ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. $325, 17001-
823 SW 16th Court. Call 378-
4012. (G-74-st-c)
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.
(G-76-3t-c)
1963 CHEVY, Bellaire, 6 cylinder,
automatic transmission, extra
clean, power steering and brakes,
$950. 1966 Mustang, 6 cylinder,
Cruiseamatic, like new. $1,950
376-1073. (G-73-st-c)
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. 372-9302.
(G-73-st-c)
1957 MGA, runs good. Body top
good, wire wheels, radio, Tonneau
cover. $425. See at Wynns Amoco
Service. Phone 372-4509. (G-76-
3t-c)

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services
ALL KINDS OF ALTERATIONS,
MENS, WOMENS
Zippers, pockets, hems, sleeves,
tapering and dressmaking. Call
372-2986. (M-73-llt-c)
ALTERATIONS OF all kinds on
mens and womens 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)
,1N 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)
SORRY SAL is now a merry gal.
She used Blue Lustre rug and up upholstery
holstery upholstery cleaner. Rent electric
shampooer. sl. Lowry Furniture
Co. (M-77-lt-c)
GARAGE parking 3 blocks from
campus. $lO per month. 372-8840
after 5 p.m. (M-77-st-c)
\
BABY CARE experience and trust trustworthy,
worthy, trustworthy, 8-5 Mon thru Fri. on hour hourly
ly hourly basis. 311 NW 15th Terr. Call
376-2072. (M-77-lt-c)
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MOTHERS care and guidance in
private home for preschooler in infant.
fant. infant. Dial 376-7673 to make an
appointment for interview. (M-74
st-c)
DRESSMAKING and Sewing: suits
skirts, dresses, etc. Call 376-
0748. (M-70-10t-c)

Intramurals Gain
With UF Students

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Writer
One notices a few things about
Floridas men and women. Es Especially
pecially Especially the ones that compete in
sports.
No, they are not the ones that
win Heisman trophies or play an
All-American forward on the
basketball team. They are the men
and women who comprise Floridas
Intramural program, the ones not
good enough for varsity athletics
and yet not satisfied with the regu regulatory
latory regulatory physical education classes.
Intramurals resides under an
awesome shadow here at Florida.
One hears about the Steve
Spurriers and the Gary Kellers
grabbing press yardage. Spurrier
will accumulate more total lines
in newsprint than the number of
passes that he will throw in his
football career. And Keller will
grab more headlines than rebounds
by his basketball prowess.
All of which means that Intra Intramurals
murals Intramurals here or at any big college
is caught in sort of a stranglehold.
It doesnt receive the press play
of a bowl-bound football team and
it doesnt receive the automatic
contingent of 5,500 students that
the physical education office de demands.
mands. demands.
So then, what makes Intramurals
click here, a school that is known
for its academics rather than ath athletics?
letics? athletics?
The best answer is probably
voiced by the programs coordi coordinator,
nator, coordinator, Paul Varnes, a man who has
the task of placing over 7,000 stu students
dents students in nine sports.
The people, said Varnes,
make this intramural program
so successful.
They come out there for the

Heavyweight Bout
Publicity r Not Fair

HOUSTON (UPI) An angry
Ernie Terrell Tuesday threatened
to pack his bags and leave town
by Friday if he did not get equal
billing with Cassius Clay in signs
promoting their heavyweight
championship fight Feb. 6.
Terrell, the World Boxing Asso Association
ciation Association champion, miffed be because
cause because all the signs advertising the
fight contained a drawing of Clay.
The outburst enlivened City's
Sugar Bowl
To Change?
NEW ORLEANS The group
that stages the Sugar Bowl football
classic said today it favored a
sports superdome for New Or Orleans
leans Orleans but will not move its game
into a stadium smaller than
80,985-seat Tulane Stadium.
The New Orleans Mid-Winter
Sports Association said it had an
arrangement with Tulane for con continued
tinued continued use of its stadium and it
would think twice before making
an agreement which would move
the game to a stadium of smaller
capacity.
The Association said because of
the increase of New Orleans'popu Orleans'population
lation Orleans'population the Sugar Bowl was looking
ahead to a stadium with larger
capacity, not smaller capacity."
Louisiana's Stadium and Expo Exposition
sition Exposition District Commission has
permission of the state's voters
to build a $35 million domed all allweather
weather allweather sports the na nations
tions nations second. >

fun of it, not for a letter against
tough competition or because they
are compelled to by the physical
education department.
The intramural program has de developed
veloped developed to such a point that, at
times during the day, every ath athletic
letic athletic facility is being used on
campus by the students in the in intramural
tramural intramural program.
Girls Sports
Ranking In
League Play
Delta Phi Epsilon and Kappa
Alpha Theta are both leading their
respective sorority intramural
leagues.
Delta Phi Epsilon, in the Blue
Division, leads the ladies with 230
points. Kappa Delta is a close se second
cond second with 224.
Kappa Alpha Delta is the pace
setter in the Orange Division with
244 points accumulated in volley volleyball
ball volleyball and tennis. Sigma Kappa, how however,
ever, however, ranks a distant second with
190 points, 54 behind the leaders.
In the Independent League,
Southwest Broward Hall leads its
eight-team Orange League with 230
points. Southeast Broward Hall is
in the runner-up slot with 218
points.
In the Blue Division, WOC #1
is leading the smaller division
with a total of 270 points. Jennings
Hall is second place with 224
points.
The women resume competition
this trimester on January 30, with
basketball.

25th birthday celebration. He was
given a 578-pound birthday cake
by officials of the
which is hosting the fight and pro providing
viding providing the training facilities.
'
Terrell said even posters on
buses and the letterhead on the
stationery showed partiality to
Clay.
My impression is that Cassius
Clay is coming to the Dome just
to sign autographs," Terrell said.
So unless some of these signs
are down and new ones go up I'm
packing my bag and going home 48
hours from tomorrow.
He said the 48-hour period be began
gan began 6 a.m. CST, 7 a.m. EST, the
starting of his training day.
This is an insult to the in intelligence
telligence intelligence of sports fans and to
my intelligence, he said. My
name looks like the fine print on
an insurance contract.
He said he was surprised this
had happened in Houston because
he had already defended his title
here. He scored a unanimous 15-
round decision over Doug Jones
last June 28.
Clay defended his title by knock knocking
ing knocking out Cleveland Williams in the
Dome Nov. 14.
Bill Giles, public relations di director
rector director for the domed stadium, said
officials would meet with Terrell's
owner, George Hammond, Jr., to
work out something.
We'll correct the program,
Giles said.
He said 250 billboards and signs
which contained a drawing of Clay
were only to attract attention to
the fight and not meant to em embarrass
barrass embarrass Terrell.



Seminole Tankers Visit UF
For Wet Florida Match

By JIMMEY BAILEY
Alligator Sports Asst.
W 7 e feel that we have the depth
this year to do a good job against
FSU, said swimming coach Bill
Harlan as he talked about the meet
scheduled for Saturday.
The Gator tankers, who have won
the SEC swimming title for each of
the past 11 years, are led by two twotime
time twotime All-American Tom Dioguardi.
Dioguardi, who is the team cap captain,
tain, captain, is probably the fastest swim swimmer
mer swimmer on the Florida squad. He is off
to a great start as he seeks a
three-time All-American rating.
Blanchard Tual, a senior, was
injured last year and never re regained

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BILLY KINARD
. . leaves Gators
Defensive
Coach
Leaves UF
Billy Kinard, a defensive coach
at Florida, was hired by Georgia
Coach Vince Dooley Monday as
the defensive backfield coach for
the Bulldogs.
Kinard, 33, will replace Cecil
Ingram, who resigned earlier this
month to become a defensive coach
at the University of Arkansas.
Kinard starred on the Ole Miss
football team from 1952-55 and
played professional football with
the Green Bay Packers, Cleveland
Browns and Buffalo Bills.
He was a defensive backfield
coach at Auburn from 1961-63 and
joined Ray Graves defensive staff
at Florida in 1964.
Outrageous
PAPEETE, Tahiti (UPI) Emile
A Tai, who says he is the ill illegitimate
egitimate illegitimate son of the French mas master
ter master Paul Gauguin has been fined
$55 for outraging public morals.
A Tai, who is in his 60s and
weighs in at more than 250 pounds,
was found in a compromising sit situation
uation situation with a teen-age girl on
a Tahitian beach two months ago.
The court said the penalty was
light because A Tai has in inherited
herited inherited some of the qualities of
his illustrious father.
New Stadium
MOSCOW (UPI) The city of
Leningrad is building a 25,000 seat
indoor sports stadium with a field
large enough for soccer, the of official
ficial official Tass news agency report reported
ed reported Wednesday.

gained regained the form tfiat he had in his
spectacular sophomore season.
Harlan expressed that Tual had
possibly regained his soph form
and was ready for a good finish.
Four sophomores, Barry Russo,
Bobby Bridges, Steve Macri, and
Andy McPherson, are doing a fine
job this year. They swam on the
freshman team last year that had a
perfect record.
Russo swims the butterfly, com coming
ing coming to Florida from Devon, Pa. He
holds the freshman records in the
100-yard butterfly and the 200-
yard butterfly. Russo is rated as
one of the strongest endurance
swimmers in the South.

Chessmen Place In Tournament

In the National Intercollegiate
Chess Championships held at Penn
State University over the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas holidays, Floridas chessmen
finished sixth in a field of 40
colleges and universities.
Although Florida ended up sixth
overall, they could only place three
men as high as 14th place. George
Carswell, Bob Leonard and Jim

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Bridges is a backstroker from
West Palm Beach, Florida. He
holds the SEC record for the fresh freshman
man freshman 100-yard backstroke.
Macri comes from Jacksonville
and swims in the butterfly and
freestyle events for the team.
He holds the SEC freshman record
for the 100-yard butterfly.
McPherson also lives in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and competes in the free freestyle
style freestyle for Florida. He holds the
freshman records in the 50, 100,
and 200 freestyle events. The 100
record is also a conference record.
Harlan also indicated that there
was good overall team spirit.

Byrd finished in a tie for the
number 14 position.
The trip was made possible
through Floridas Intramural De Department,
partment, Department, Student Government,
Gainesville Exchange Club and the
Chess Club.
Florida placed ahead of such
schools as Florida State, Georgia
Tech, Texas, BYU and George
Washington University.

SPORTS

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l. The Florida Alligator, Thursday, January 19, 1967

Vanderbiltattles
For Lead In SEC

ATLANTA (UPI) A lot of
folks disregarded the currently
league-leading Vanderbilt Commo Commodores
dores Commodores in the pre-season picking
of Southeastern Conference bask basketball
etball basketball contendersand with appar apparent
ent apparent good reason.
After all, the Commodores had
lost all-American center Clyde
Lee, their leading scorer and re rebounder,
bounder, rebounder, and all-conference guard
Keith Thomas, their No. 2 scorer,
as well as two other part-time
starters.
The 10th-ranked Commodores
are 13-2 over-all and a half
game ahead of Mississippi State
in the SEC race with a 6-1 lea league
gue league mark.
At this time last year, Lee and
company were 14-1 over-all and
5-0 in the SEC but lost twice
to Kentucky in their next four
games.

The Commodores biggest re remaining
maining remaining tests are a home and
- away series with Mississippi
State and visits to Florida and
Tennessee.
Saturday's slate, headlined by
Florida at Tennessee in a return
of Monday's game at Gainesville,
Fla., which the Vols won 66-53
in an upset, includes Georgia at
Georgia Tech, Auburn at Kentucky,
Alabama vs. Samford at Birming Birmingham
ham Birmingham and defensive-minded Mem Memphis
phis Memphis State at Xavier of Ohio.
Florida, 11-2 over-all appeared
to be the SEC favorite until
that loss to Tennessee. With de defending
fending defending champion Kentucky, 5-7,
in the midst of its worst showing
in four decades, the conference
race is wide open with Vanderbilt,
Mississippi State, Tennessee and
Florida all serious contenders.