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The Florida Alligator

No. 59, Vol. 90

Rich New ACCENT Head,
Plans Expanded Program

By HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Staff Writer
The ACCENT program has a
new chairman and vice-chairman.
They are Wayne Rich and Frank
Grambling respectively.
Both men were chosen by the
ACCENT 67 committee, to head
the new program afe Monday

afternoon. They
were chosen
from applicants
who responded
to an advertise advertisement
ment advertisement in a recent
Alligator.
Im very
pleased to see
the program in
hands.

I think theyll do an even better
job than we did -- now that the
program has proved itself,Char itself,Charles
les itself,Charles Shepherd, chairman of
ACCENT 67 and president-elect
of student government said Mon Monday.
day. Monday.
Rich was program chairman
on the old committee, Shepherd
said. He did a tremendous job
and was in on the old program
from the beginning, Shepherd
stressed.
Shepherd said that Gramling was
coordinator of the entire public
Lights Go
Out Again
By BILL DOUTHAT
Alligator Staff Writer
It happened again, but this time
it was planned.
A power failure hit the campus
at noon Monday, and for the second
time in a week, clocks had to be
set up, halls were darkened and the
food service sponsored candle-lit
lunches.
Most campus lights went out at
12:05 and many stayed out until
1. No major inconveniences were
reported.
According to Calvin Greene, di director
rector director of the physical plant divi division,
sion, division, the power was shut off to
repair the electrical feeders that
were damaged during last Thurs Thursdays
days Thursdays power failure.*
A minor electrical explosion oc occurred
curred occurred in a manhole on Radio Road
last Thursday which Greene said
was probably a side effect of con construction
struction construction going on in the area.
He also said that the power line
was overloaded.
Greene said that time didnt
permit his office to notify all the
offices that would be affected by
the power cut-off, however, Nor Norman
man Norman Hall was contacted since an
Alachua County official was trap trapped
ped trapped in an elevator for two hours
as a result of Thursdays
blackout.
Other buildings hit by the power
failure were the campus police
station, which didnt receive any
complaints on the blackout since
their telephones were out, the
main library, Anderson Hall, the
Architecture and Fine Arts build building,
ing, building, and Broward, Jennings and
Rawlings Halls.
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RICH

relations program for ACCENT
67.
Rich, a member of Phi Delta
Theta, social fraternity, has
served in the cabinet of President
Buddy Jacobs in addition to work working
ing working with ACCENT.
Frank Gramling and I will meet
together to expand the program,
Rich said minutes after his se seection
ection seection as chairman. Were going
o have some new positions. Its
jot to be expanded overall, Rich
continued.
Were going to get to work
immediately to interview people
who have applied to work with
the program. Frank and I will
choose the balance of the ACCENT
6B committee we hope within
a week.
In the meantime old committee
materials will be assembled and
studied, in view of making possible
changes. Then the 1968 program
will be set into action as soon as

Dismissal Bill Filed
In Disciplinary Case

By JOE TORCHIA
Alligator Staff Writer
A motion was submitted to the
Faculty Disciplinary Committee
requesting that the charges against
Miss Pamela Brewer, 2UC be
dismissed t on four constitutional
grounds, informed sources told
the Aiygator Monday.
Miss Brewer is scheduled to
face charges of # indiscriminate
and inappropriate conduct before
an open meeting of the FDC on
Friday for posing nude in the
latest edition of the off-campus
humor magazine, The Charlatan.
A formal request has also been
submitted to Dean of Men Frank
Adams, secretary of the FDC,
asking that the hearing be moved
to University Auditorium or the
Law School Auditorium if the
charges are not dismissed.
Miss Brewer does not feel the
hearing will be public if it is held
in a closed room.
The hearing is presently sche scheduled
duled scheduled to be held in the Board of

UF Workers Punch Clock

' By JUDY REDFERN
Alligator Staff Writer
Theres a new tick in many
places of emDlovment on the cam campus
pus campus time clocks and cards.
All UF employees covered by
the Federal Wage and Hour Law
began filling out time cards Mon Monday.
day. Monday. The cards indicate when the
employee enters and leaves the
office.
Graduate Assistants are not
punching time cards, according to
UF Personnel Director R. A. But Button.
ton. Button. It is not known at this time
if Graduate Assistants are sub subject
ject subject to the requirements of the
Wage and Hour Law.
Button said this is the first
time time cards have been used
throughout UF.

University of Florida, Gainesville

possible, Rich stated.
Rich said the primary task ol
the new committee would be tc
choose an appropriate theme.
Once this is accomplished Riel
said the overall program is going
to be expanded.
The ACCENT program was ini initiated
tiated initiated by Shepherd this year. He
became interested in the idea of
bringing speakers of national
prominence to campus after a trip
to Vanderbilt University where he
witnessed a similar program cal called
led called Impact.
This years program cost the
UF S7OOO.
Rich said that aside from the
economic link with student govern government
ment government this years ACCENT program
will be run as an autonomous en endeavor.
deavor. endeavor.
O
As it stands now we are auto autonomous
nomous autonomous from student government
except for economic support,
Rich said.

Regents room in Tigert Hall at
2:30 p.m. Friday. It is open to
the public,
*
Informed sources also revealed
there are a number of UF pro professors
fessors professors law and otherwise
and student leaders who have taken
an interest in the matter.

Regents Nix Tuition Hike

TAMPA (UPI) The Florida
State Board of Regents, term ing the
proposed tuition increase notde notdesirable,
sirable, notdesirable, has suggested that Flor Florida
ida Florida postpone opening universities
in Pensacola and Orlando and put
off plans for colleges in Miami
and Jacksonville rather than raise
tuition in existing schools.
The board also proposed that
nearly $l7O million of proposed
construction at universities in the
next biennium could be financed
by bonds rather than the state
tax funds.

WAGE LAW STATES

Recently amended to include
higher education and hospitals,
The Federal Wage and Hour Law
sets a minimum of a dollar an
hour.
Florida State Statutes forbid
overtime pay, although the Wage
and Hour Law states that
employees must be paid time and
one half pay for each hour over
44 hours.
Button said that Florida is chal challenging
lenging challenging the law.
To comply with the Wage and
Hour Law, the Registrars Office
has set new public office hours.
The office will be open to the
public from 8:30-11:30 a.m. and
from 1-4:30 p.m. Monday through
Friday.

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MUSIC FEATURED -- Cole Porter at the
piano in his apartment in the Waldorf Towers
in New York City with his faithful audience
Pep. Ben Bagleys The Decline and Fall
of the Entire World as Seen Through the
Eyes of Cole Porter, features an entire
evening of the famous composers music and
will be seen at University Auditorium on
Feb. 14, 8:15 p.m. Tickets are available
at Florida Union Box Office, Belks and Record
Bar.

Other money-saving suggestions
included a shutdown of A&M Uni University
versity University Hospital which costs close
to $1 million to operate in a two twoyear
year twoyear period; cancellation of plans
to rent an oceanography vessel
at a cost of $500,000; postpone postponement
ment postponement of scholarship program, and
elimination of the matching gen general
eral general revenue requirement for tea teacher
cher teacher retirement.
The proposals were contained in
a letter to Gov. Claude Kirk and
Cabinet members, mailed last

Federal regulations state that
our employees must leave the
working area after noon and again
after 5 p.m., said Director of
records and Registration Louis
Voyles.
If we close the office to the
public at 11:30 a.m., we will still
be able to take care of the student
who has come in before that time,
Voyles said.
~T.
Employees of the Registrars
Office will still work from 8 a.m.
to 12 p.m. and from 1 p.m. to
5 p.m.
Voyles said almost all the em employees
ployees employees in the Registrars Office
are filling out time cards. Hie
cards are collected every two
weeks.

Tuesday February 7 1967

week but not made public until
Monday.
The board letter, written by
Chancellor Broward Culpepper,
was in reply to Kirks demand
that the regents asking budget,
nearly double current expendi expenditures
tures expenditures for the universities, be
pared.
The board letter included a pri priority
ority priority list of items that must
be financed and the proposals for
items the system needs but can
get along without temporarily.
If the institutions are to con continue
tinue continue the development which is
in progress, it is imperative that
the funds requested be author authorized,
ized, authorized, Dr. Culpepper said.
First priority set by the board
was increased salaries for faculty
and staff.
Inauguration Date
Set For Thursday
The leading SG positions will
change hands Thursday night, as
Charles Shepherd is inaugurated
as president of the student body.
This week will be used as a period
of transition between the outgoing
administration of Buddy Jacobs
and Shepherds administration.
Shepherd commented Monday
that the SG Cabinet will probably
not be announced until next Monday,
and that he would be talking to
various people under consideration
for the cabinet posts.
The inauguration will be held
at the Holiday lim at 7 p.m.



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!. The Florida Alligator. Tuesday, February 7, 1967

Speed Zone
Will Help
UF Walkers
--**M
By EVA*f LANGBEIN
Alligator Staff Writer
UF students who manage val valiantly
iantly valiantly to dart their way across
W. University Avenue between
rush-hour vehicles may find their
task somewhat easier.
The speed limit for motorists
has been cut from 30 to 25 miles
per hour.
The reason for the reduction
is to better safety conditions for
University students who jaywalk
across W. University Avenue go going
ing going to and from classes, accord according
ing according to Courtnay Roberts, captain
in the Gainesville Police Depart Department.
ment. Department.
The City of Gainesville has no
ordinance prohibiting jaywalking
along W. University Avenue there
are great dangers both to students
crossing the four-lane avenue and
to motorists who must often make
sudden swerves to avoid hitting
jaywalking pedestrians.
I dont believe that a strict
jaywalking ordinance would be
workable with the thousands of
University students who constant constantly
ly constantly must hurry across W. Univer University
sity University Avenue to go to class, states
Roberts.
But it is also true that a stu student
dent student who is struck by an auto automobile
mobile automobile while jaywalking must ac accept
cept accept his own responsibility. The
Gainesville Police Department
therefore is enforcing the pre preventive
ventive preventive measure of reducing speed,
to minimize the hazards along W.
University Avenue.
With the speed limit at
30 m.p.h. there always seemed
to be the tendency on the motor motorists
ists motorists part to cheat on the speed
limit, Roberts emphasizes.

Parking Survey Jobs Open
UF students are desperately needed to earn money.
Ramp Consulting Services Inc. (needs students to aid them in a
parking survey of the campus starting February 13. Students who
work in the survey will be paid $1.25 per hour.
They can make as much as $22 in a two day period, or they can
just work when they have a free hour, Bruce Rogow student co coordinator
ordinator coordinator for the program said Monday.
We encourage girls to apply, he continued. Rogow stressed,
We are not getting a good response and we need students badly.
He said interested students can apply for the work in room 307
of the Florida Union or call him at university extension 2239.
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Negro Officer Happy
Over Campus Post

For seven months the UF has
had patroling the campus two Ne Negro
gro Negro police officers. Many dont
realize this but those that have
had dealings with those officers
have shown no open hostility to toward
ward toward them.
The students have shown no
racial hostility toward Robinson.
What about the people he works
with, the other police officers on
the force? Robinson said,Atfirst
I didnt know how it would come
out, but everything worked well.
At first I didnt want to take
this job, says Negro patrolman
H. L. Robinson, but then, after
I thought about it, I wanted to do
something for my race. Something
that would be a small part of his history
tory history and my kids could say that
I was the first Negro on the force.
The others showed me my duties
just like anyone else.
Robinson said the Gainesville

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toward him because of his race
and the job he holds. He said some
of his friends were surprised to
see him on the UF Police Force.
Most of them do not know he is even
on the force.
Robinson is qualified as a po police
lice police offficer. Before coming to the
UF police he was on the Alaucha
County Sheriffs Auxiliary and was
recommended by the Sheriff for
this job.
BlueKeyacks
Tuition Drop
Barry Sinoff, President of Flor Florida
ida Florida Blue Key, placed the support of
his fraternity behind the Board of
Regents in their opposition to the
proposed 50% tuition hike, Friday
in a letter addressed to the offices
of the Governor and his cabinet.
The reason for opposing the hike,
the letter said, was because it
will be harmful in the long run.
If, at this time, we should in increase
crease increase the burden upon those who
can least afford it, said the letter
in order to facilitate short range
economy, we would do so at the
expense of our long range goals
and the security of our education educational
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=£z:Musical Scene =
Vj) WITH REID POOLE
J Chairman, Department of Music
The Florida String Quartet will present the first musical event
in the Sixth Annual Fine Arts Festival of the UF one week from today,
on Sunday again at 4 oclock in the P. K. Yonge School Auditorium.
The Florida String Quartet is made up of Edward Troupin and Sonn Sonnhild
hild Sonnhild Kitts, violins; Robert Schieber, viola; and Marie Henderson,
violoncello. The Quartet will offer Mozarts famous Quartet in C
Major, which has the nickname Dissonant quartet because of
some unexpected discords which occur in the very opening measures.
The Quartet will also present a performance of first violinist Edward
Troupins own composition, String Quartet in A.
Willard Brask, pianist, and Gene Bardo, string bass, will join the
Quartet for a performance of Schubert's famous Trout Quintet.
The Trout Quintet has its nickname because of the movement
which consists of a set of variations on Schuberts delightful song,
The Trout.
There is no charge for the concert, and everyone is cordially
invited to attend.
BENEFIT CONCERT
The annual benefit concert for the Cleva J. Carson Memorial Music
Scholarship Fund will be presented by the UF Symphony Orchestra,
with nationally known Sara Mae Endich as soloist and with Edward
Troupin conducting, on Sunday and Monday, February 26 and 27, in
University Auditorium. The Sunday performance will be at 4 and
the Monday performance at 8:15.
CONCERT CHECKLIST
The printed concert schedule for the winter term is now available
in the UF Department of Music office. Please call or drop a postcard,
if you would like to have a complete listing of concerts for the winter
trimester. Here is a checklist of events in the near future.
The University of Florida Symphonic Band, with Richard Bowles
conducting, plays its annual formal concert in University Auditorium
Thursday, February 16, at 8:15.
Evelyn McGarrity, mezzo-soprano, with Samuel Teeters at the piano,
will present a recital in the P. K. Yonge Auditorium Sunday afternoon,
February 19, at 4. Miss McGarrity will offer art songs and arias by
Mozart, Schumann, Chausson, Poulenc, and Ned Rorem.
John S. Kitts, bassoonist, and new faculty member on the UF
Department of Music staff this year, will present a recital of chamber
music featuring the bassoon on Tuesday, February 21, at 8:15, in
the Medical Center Auditorium. Assisting Mr. Kitts will be Mrs.
Soonhild Kitts, piano; Robert Schieber, viola; Marie Henderson,cello;
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, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, February 7, 1967

Kirk Sees Fla
With Olympics,
Nat. Convention

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Gov.
Claude Kirk said Monday he is
going all-out to sell Florida as
site of the Olympic games and the
1968 national political party con conventions.
ventions. conventions.
The governor and other top state
officials met with about 40 spokes spokesmen
men spokesmen for Floridas hotel and res restaurant
taurant restaurant industry in what Kirk
termed a work session about
free enterprise.
Called by state hotel commis commissioner
sioner commissioner Ad Brautigam, the meet meeting
ing meeting was billed as a means of
up-grading Floridas hospitality
industry.
Kirk said he had plans for giv giving
ing giving the tourism industry a big
boost, provided industry was wil willing
ling willing to help by buying and using
more Florida products.
He said he had directed the
state Development Commission to
set a team to work seeking some
future Olympic games.
Apparently the state would seek
only the summer Olympics and not
the winter games.
Kirk said the push was also on
to attract the Republican and
Democratic national conventions

NEW DELHI (UPI) The Dalai
Lama, refugee God King of
Tibet, announced Monday he may
go to the United Nations to pro protest
test protest Chinese Communist acts in
Lhasa, his holy capital on the
roof of the world.
The former absolute ruler, who

SANTO DOMINGO (UPI) The
government charged Monday that
armed subversives trained in half
a dozen Communist countries have
been slipping into the Dominican
Republic as part of a vast inter international
national international plot.
President Joaquin Balaguer said
in an hour-long radio-television
report that he will present evi-

CAPE TOWN (UPI) The U.S-
Aircraft Carrier Franklin D.
Roosevelt cut short its visit to
segregation-conscious South Af Africa
rica Africa Monday. Sixty crewmen, white
and Negro, finally were allowed
ashore but only to donate to the
citys blood bank.
There was bitterness among both
the crew and Cape Town residents
over the decision to cancel shore

Somoza Claims Victory

MANAGUA, Nicaragua (UPI)
Gen. Anastasio Somoza, a West
Pointer whose family has ruled
Nicarauga for 29 years, Monday
was elected president. His oppo opponent
nent opponent charged widespread fraud at
the polls.
He will take office May 1.
Somoza, 41, claimed victory for
himself and his liberal party on
the basis of returns from Sundays
election that had him leading two
votes to one in the Central Ameri Ameriv

WORLD NEWS
Dali Lama To Protest

Balaquer Sees Plot

Cut Short Visit

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KIRK
. . going all out
in 1968 to Miami. The state has
tried to get the conventions sev several
eral several times in the past but was
unsuccessful.
14 The way to keep from having
new taxes, said Kirk who was
elected on a no new tax pledge,
is to have a dynamic economy.
He said he was urging private
business to help push the economy.

fled Tibet in 1959 to avoiu Chi Chinese
nese Chinese arrest, still is considered
the true reincarnation of Buddha
by his 1.2 million followers in
the Hamalayan theocracy.
Hie Dalai Lama told the Indian
news agency Red Guard outrages
have incurred the hatred of Ti Tibetans
betans Tibetans by destroying churches.

dence of the Com munist conspiracy
to the Organization of American
States OAS.
Balaguer specifically linked So Soviet
viet Soviet Russia, East Germany, Cuba.
Red China, North Vietnam and
North Korea to the plot. He said
Communists trained in all those
countries have infiltrated the
Dominican government, armed
forces and police.

leave for the 3,800-man crew after
the FDR arrived Saturday to re refuel
fuel refuel en route home from a tour
in Vietnamese waters.
The U.S. government has done
what the Viet Cong couldnt
broken our morale, said one
embittered sailor.
Cmdr. Robert F. Schoultz, exe executive
cutive executive officer of the big flattop,
said morale aboard the vessel
was good.

can republic.
Fernando Aguero, 49, candidate
of a four-party opposition led by
the conservatives, tacitly admitted
defeat and said he did not stand a
chance because of election frauds.
Whats the use of trying,
Aguero said, throwing up his hands.
Late returns showed Somoza
with 20,729 votes to 10,483 for
Aguero. Dr. Alejandro Abaunza,
a third-party candidate, had only
454 votes.

Mao Purges
China Leaders
HONG KONG (UPI) Peking Pekingbased
based Pekingbased Japanese correspondents
sUd Monday Communist Chinese
President Liu Shaochi and Com Communist
munist Communist party Secretary-General
Teng Hsiaoping have been ousted
from office in party Chairman
mao Tse-tungs cultural revo revolution.
lution. revolution.
The correspondents said they
learned of the pruge from re reliable
liable reliable diplomatic sources.
If confirmed, the ousters appar apparently
ently apparently marked a turning point in
the purge of anti-Mao elements
throughout Red China.
The dispatches said Liu, usual usually
ly usually identified as the ideological
leader of the anti-Mao elements
leader of the anti-Mao forces,
and Teng were stripped of their
posts in the central organs.
Informed observers said this prob probably
ably probably meant that they no longer
hold positions either in the Com Communist
munist Communist party or in the govern government.
ment. government.
Teng held the title of vice pre premier
mier premier while serving as party sec secretary.
retary. secretary.
Communist Chinas president is
elected by the peoples congress
which also has the sole author authority
ity authority of impeachment. The reports
gave no indication whether this
peoples assembly was in session.
Peking Demands
Soviet Apology
MOSCOW (UPI) Communist
China brought the Soviet Union to
the brink of a diplomatic break
Monday by demanding that Mos Moscow
cow Moscow apologize for anti-Chinese
demonstrations or face serious
consequences.
Peking alluded for the first time
to a possible military confrontation
between the two former Communist
allies, and boasted that Red Chinas
cultural revolution will conquer
the whole world.
' The unprecedented Chinese de demand,
mand, demand, which informed diplomats
said stood no chance of being ac accepted
cepted accepted by the Kremlin, was broad broadcast
cast broadcast as about 400 Soviet demon demonstrators
strators demonstrators staged a mass march
against the Chinese Embassy in
Moscow. There were no incidents
and Chinese diplomats refused to
see them.
At the same time, hysterical
Red Guards carried their increas increasingly
ingly increasingly hostile attack against Soviet
citizens in Peking into the 12th
consecutive day.
NEW YORK
STOCK REPORT
- 4-
Monday closing net price change
of all NYSE stocks traded, com computed
puted computed by Quotron Service, was up
0.10 10-100ths per cent from pre previous
vious previous days close.
Using April 1, 1966 prices as
a 100 base, the indicator closed
Monday at 98.98.
Issues Volume
Advances 627 5,110,000
Declines 595 4,590,000
Unchanged 227 980,000
Total 1,449 10,680,000

U.S. Seeking Serious
Hanoi Peace Feelers

WASHINGTON (UPI) The Uni United
ted United States continued Monday to
sift a variety of peace feeler"
reports for some evidence that
the Communists were seriously
interested in talks to end the Viet Vietnam
nam Vietnam war.
So far, the White House said,
nothing has been found to qual qualify
ify qualify as the serious effort on the
part of Hanoi which President
Johnson has said he was await awaiting.
ing. awaiting.
As part of its probing of every
possibility, the President arranged
a luncheon meeting between Under Undersecretary
secretary Undersecretary of State Nicholas Deb.
Katzenbach and Sen. Robert Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, D- N.Y., who recently dis discussed
cussed discussed Vietnam with French of officials.
ficials. officials.
The United States would neither
confirm nor deny a Newsweek mag magazine
azine magazine report that Kennedy and
a U.S. Embassy official, ataParis
meeting with a French foreign
Ministry official, were given the
outline of a three-stage North
Vietnamese plan for beginning
peace talks.
However, the French Foreign
Ministry flatley denied the report
and the Paris office of North
Vietnamese delegate Mai Van Bo
said there was no a word of truth
said there was "not a word
of truth in it.
White House Press Secretary
George Christian said at midday
the situation remained as it was
when Johnson said Thursday that
he was ?*not aware of any serious
effort on the part of Hanoi to
bring the fighting to a stop and
to stop the war.
Speculation continued, neverthe nevertheless,
less, nevertheless, regarding the possibility that

NATIONAL NEWS
Po well To Testify

WASHINGTON (UPI) Adam
Clayton Powell accepted Monday
an invitation to testify Wednesday
before a special committee exam examining
ining examining his fitness to serve in Con Congress.
gress. Congress.
But there were indications that
the Negro minister-politician
would answer only questions deal dealing

WASHINGTON (UPI) United
States armed forces have lost more
than 1,800 aircraft, including heli helicopters,
copters, helicopters, to combat and non-combat
causes throughout the Vietnam
war, it was learned Monday.
The figure is about three times
the officially announced losses

WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Johnson asked Congress Mon Monday
day Monday for a big, new arsenal of
anti-crime weapons, including a
stiff gun control act and a law
to virtually ban wiretapping and
electronic snooping.
Johnson asked Congress to en enact
act enact a package of legislation to
attack crime from the federal
to the local level. He said crimes

SAIGON (UPI) -- Elements of
two U.S. Infantry divisions are try trying
ing trying to sever a vital Communist
supply line along the frontier with
Cambodia and are firing across
the border at entrenched Viet
Cong, American military spokes spokesman
man spokesman disclosed Monday.

Aircraft Loses

LBJ Fights Crime

Shoot Across Border

EE
RFK
... to meet for talks
the United States and North Viet Vietnam
nam Vietnam might be nearing a dialogue
of sorts with regard to terms for
opening talks.
This speculation received added
impetus over the weekend when
the President's special assistant
for national security affairs, Walt
W. Rostow, said that matters were
entering a negotiating phase
and diplomatic probing was being
carried out on several tracks.
Johnson is faced with the
problem of determining whether
recent indications of somewhat
greater willingness on the part of
Hanoi to consider talks represent represented
ed represented a sincere signal or were
merely propaganda moves in an
effort to lure the United States
into a trap.

ing dealing with constitutional issues.
On Jan. 10, opening day of the
90th Congress, the 11-term re representative
presentative representative from Harlem was
denied his seat pending an investi investigation
gation investigation into his right" to it. The
select committee has until Feb.
24 to recommend to the House
whether it should vote to seat
him.

which have included only aircraft
lost in combat and have excluded
all other losses.
It was also learned that defense
officials have increased the num number
ber number of aircraft losses ascribed to
enemy action above the officially
posted figure of 873 but they have
not yet released the new figure.

are costing the nation nearly $3
billion a year in property losses
alone.
In one of his longest special
messages to the new Congress,
Johnson said 7 million persons
a year are brought into contact
with at least one agency of crim criminal
inal criminal justice. More than 400,000
are put behind bars a day, in
lockups that cost about $1 billion
a year to support, he said.

U.S. spokesmen also confirmed
that transport planes are pouring
tons of leaf-killing chemicals in into
to into the Demilitarized Zone sep separating
arating separating North from South Viet Vietnam
nam Vietnam in an effort to hamper Com Communist
munist Communist troop and supply move movements
ments movements in that region.



Addition Planned For UF Field

I|y KATHIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
Approximately 1,000 seats will
be added to stands in the south
end zone of Florida Field before
football season starts next Sep September,
tember, September, a spokesman in the Ath Athletic

/ersity, had to play music from
their transmitter site, located
about seven miles from campus.
WUFT, the university television

Why become an engineer at
Garrett-Aiesearch? Youll have to
work harder and use more of
your knowledge than engineers
at most other companies.

If youre our kind of engineer,
you have some very definite ideas
about your career.
For example:
Youve worked hard to get a
good education. Now you want to
put it to work in the best way
possible.
You will never be satisfied with
run-of-the-mill assignments. You

demand exciting,
challenging projects.
You not only accept
individual responsibil responsibility
ity responsibility you insist upon it.
Does that sound like
you? Then Aiesearch
is your cup of tea.
Our business is

mainly in sophisticated aerospace
systems and subsystems.
Here, research, design, and de development
velopment development lead to production of
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Sign up now in the Placement Office for interviews. An Aiesearch
representative will be interviewing on campus Friday, February 10.
l

letic Athletic Department said Monday.
The temporary stands presently
located in the end zone will be
taken down and then reconstructed
in order to provide room for stands
once used on the east side of the
field. Temporary metal stands
provided student seating on the

Blackout UF Style

station, was off the air for about
an hour.
The main cafeteria, and its ex extensions
tensions extensions in several residence halls

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actual hardware,
That means you '£gp
have the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to start with
a customers problem
and see it through to a
system that will get the job done.
The product lines at Aiesearch,
Los Angeles Division, are environ environmental
mental environmental systems, flight information

In each category Aiesearch
employs three kinds of engineers.
Preliminary design engineers do
the analytical and theoretical
work, then write proposals.
Design engineers do the lay layouts;
outs; layouts; turn an idea into a product.
Developmental engineers are
responsible for making hardware
out of concepts.
Whichever field fits you best, we
can guarantee you this: you can
go as far and fast as your talents
can carry you. You can make as
much money as any engineer in a
comparable spot anywhere. And
of course, at Aiesearch, youll
get all the plus benefits a top com company
pany company offers.

east side of the stadium until they
were taken down last spring and
replaced by permanent seating.
The stadium presently seats
56,000 people. Six thousand of these
people sit in the south end zone.
With the addition of one thousand

and Norman Hall, served gator gatorburgers
burgers gatorburgers by candlelight.
The students seemed to enjoy
it, said one food service employe.

and controls sys systems,
tems, systems, heat transfer
systems, secondary
power generator
systems for missiles
and space, electri electrical
cal electrical systems, and
specialized indus industrial
trial industrial systems.

:^:iHHI HL
Our engineering staff is smaller
than comparable companies. This
spells opportunity. It gives a man
who wants to make a mark plenty
of elbow room to expand. And
while hes doing it hes working
with, and learning from, some of
the real pros in the field.
If the Aiesearch story sounds
like opportunity speaking to you youdont
dont youdont fail to contact Aiesearch,
Los Angeles, or see our repre representative
sentative representative when he comes to your
campus.
Well be happy to talk to you
about you and your future.
And put this in the back of your
mind:
In a field where meeting chal challenges
lenges challenges pays off in rewards...
Aiesearch
is challenge
An equal opportunity
SMPWBI employer
Aiesearch Manufacturing Division
Los Angeles

Tuesday, February 7, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

seats more, if possible the
increased seating capacity will
provide seating for the entire pop population
ulation population of Gainesville.
It is not known at this time if
or when the stands will give way
to permanent seating.

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Engineers
Call For
Beauties
One of the highlights of the
1967 Engineer's Fair will be the
crowning of the Fair Queen dur dur
dur ing half-time of the Georgia-Flor Georgia-Florida
ida Georgia-Florida basketball game March 4.
This year's contest will be the
largest beauty contest ever spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the college of engineer engineering
ing engineering and will be one of the largest
on campus, according to John O'-
Steen, contest chairman.
The queen, besides having the
honor of reigning over the three
day Engineers Fair, will receive
over S4OO worth of prizes. These
include a trip to Nassau for two
aboard the S. S. Miami, with tra travel
vel travel arrangements made by House
of Travel, and a $l5O wardrobe
from Maas Brothers of Tampa.
There will be approximately 20
contestants from whom three fin finalists
alists finalists will be selected by vote
of engineering students. A prom prominant
inant prominant panel of judges will meet
the three finalists at a luncheon
and select the queen on the basis
of beauty, poise and personality.
Vi.
Vi
Any co-eds interested in enter entering
ing entering the contest may contact O'Steen
at 378-4277 or may come to room
309 of the Engineering building
to fill out an application.
Food Service
Plans Change
By RICHARD SMITH
Alligator Staff Writer
We've tried more employees
in the short order section of the
Campus Club with the result that
they trip over each other,'' corn cornanted
anted cornanted main cafeteria manager
Douglas Craig. The small space
available makes it Impossible to
Increase efficiency here but we are
trying to speed up service in oth other
er other aspects of the line.
1 ;
Under study is a method of
speeding up short order service
by having pre-cooked wrapped
french fries and hamburgers sim similar
ilar similar to the set-up at local burger
shops.
First we want to find if the
reduction in waiting time will ap appeal
peal appeal more than each being indi individually
vidually individually prepared,'* said Craig.
We are now in the process of
hiring four or five students to
work behind the Campus Club
soda fountain during evenings and
afternoons, Craig said. They will
handle drinks and an increased
ine of specialty items like ice
cream sundaes and splits.
Our problem is, of course,
not that facilities are small but
that everyone eats at the same
time," explained Craig. I don't
think anyone waits as long as
ten minutes in our regular lines,
so our only problem is the Cam Campus
pus Campus Club.
There we prepare individually
an average of 2500 orders a day.
As far as labor goes, we feel the
shortage here as much as they
do over at the new Union, but
weve kept a fairly steady staff
going since we weeded out over
Christmas."
The manager said there have
been no price increases on any
items over the original levels
when Servomation took over.

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EDDIE SEARS 808 MENAKER STEVE HULL
Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor
ANDY MOOR 808 BECK
Editorial Editor Sports Editor
Opinions of columnists do not necessarily reflect the
editorial viewpoint of the Alligator. The only official
voice of the Alligator staff is the editorial in the left
column.
Dream Along With Us..
(A belated list of Alligator New Year
resolutions.)
I am going to run this paper so as to
please all of the people all of the time.
I am going to remember, as I am so
often reminded, that-this is a student
newspaper and not waste so much space
on matters of mere national and inter international
national international significance.
I am going to remember that Blue Key
is a revitalized organization and will give
them all the support they need in carrying
out their wonderful and selfless goals.
I am going to treat student government
and student politics with the seriousness
and respect that such important subjects
deserve.
I am going to remember to thank the
Athletic Association for all the trouble
that they go to in helping students get
their seats for athletic events.
I am going to remember that the ad administrators
ministrators administrators of this school seldom, if ever,
make a mistake.
I am going to b* more considerate to
all the people wht take the trouble to
ask WHY were prii L .ing something THEY
dont agree with.
I am going to remember that our state
legislature and government is made up
solely of honest, courageous, dedicated
men whose first desire is to best serve
the people of this state.
I am going to grow wings and fly to
the moon.
Let Us Stay

EDITOR:
Having exhausted our supply of
liquid cheer for another Saturday
night, we wandered into our local
Radio City Music Hall (Murphree
Area TV Lounge) just in time to
see Marshall Dillon outdraw the
Stranger in Black. Realizing
that Matt is ranked along with
Mickey Mantle and Jayne Mans Mansfield
field Mansfield as an idol of every red redblooded
blooded redblooded American boy, we propped
ourselves up for another hour of
hero worship. By the first com commercial
mercial commercial Matt had already wiped
out three Black Hatters. The
big bad Kahuna had just made the
scene when the second commer commercial
cial commercial began. As an air of anti anticipation
cipation anticipation filled the room, the
management unfilled it, kicked us
out. Whats a guy to do when his
hero is shot out of the saddle at
10:30? If only the Nielson Ratings
had a little pull with Food Ser Service.
vice. Service.
%
Disappointed with the interrup interruption
tion interruption of this Radio City Special,

we decided to sack it out. How However
ever However we were not disturbed enough
to forget to set the alarm in
time to make the Andy Williams
Show at 10 the next evening. We
made it just in time to hear the
end of his opening song, Moon
River. He had a great line up of
guests, but he was saving them
for the second half of the show.
Andy announced that the Kingston
Trio would appear right after he
sang Almost There. However,
we were not almost there; it
was 10:30. We were being kicked
out again. Why couldnt the chief
cook and bottle washer around
there concede us that last half
hour of ectasy? After all, the
management could use the extra
half hour to clean the dirty sil silver
ver silver ware and the sticky table
tops that we will find in that hole
tomorrow.
ROBERT H. HOLLAND, 3AG
HARMON S. LEWES, 2UC

First of Two Part Series
By Emily S. Maclachlan
Asst. Prof, of Sociology and
Social Sciences
Perhaps many viewers of the
movie, Georgy Girl, will be dis disappointed
appointed disappointed with the ending, agree agreeing
ing agreeing with Mr. Don Federman that
the picture ends not with a bang
but a whimper. My own feeling
was that it ended with a triumph
for Georgy, certainly with fidelity
to the needs of the characters.
Where I disagree with Federman
is in the evaluation of Georgys
character. He sees her as a mon monster
ster monster to men and men as monsters
to her. Surely this could not have
been the intent of those who made
the picture. He sees her as neu neurotic
rotic neurotic because she loves children
and all that is child-like in men,
including Jos who is certainly very
childish, an enchantingly comic
showoff. He also sees her as want wanting
ing wanting not a husband but a father. I
would like to advance the idea that
the need of girls for the support
of father-like husbands and
their maternal drives are in no
way neurotic in most cases. It
was not her normal feminine drives
that had Georgy all confused; it
was the sex system of today with
its enormous confusions about peo peoples
ples peoples real needs for love and nur nurturance.
turance. nurturance.
After all it is a rather good
thing that women do love children
and even the child-like qualities of
so many men. Such drives in wo women
men women keep the human race going in
the face of mass slaughter on the
highways, the battlefields and the
bombed cities. Both elite art and
the mass media have long pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed that it is the maternal

EDITOR:
Now the true aim of the quar quarter
ter quarter system becomes apparent.
Namely to bleed the self-suffi self-sufficient
cient self-sufficient student dry. I am referring
to the proposed tuition hike re recently
cently recently set forth by the State Cabi Cabinet.
net. Cabinet. Not that it wasnt bad enough
having to pay S3OO per academic
year under the quarter system as
opposed to the current $260, now
they want $450. In tuition costs
alone, plus who knows what other
increases lurk in the dark minds
of those who control our pocket pocketbooks,
books, pocketbooks, that amounts to an in increase
crease increase of $l9O per year for the
average student that will be at attending
tending attending 3 out of the 4 quarters.
To put this in to perspective,
that amount is enough to pay for
your food for one whole trimes trimester
ter trimester under current prices. Feel
like not eating for that long?
Not only do I object to the in increase
crease increase but I also resent the rather
cavalier attitude in which it is
being proposed. Governor Kirk
says he doesnt think that re repaying
paying repaying S6OO over a life time would
prevent any student from going to
college. To my information, the
University has no life time pay payment
ment payment plans available. We have to
pay that money NOW!SchoolsSupt.
Floyd Christian, although who was
not enthusiastic about the Increase,
said he didnt want to see a great
burden on parents. It so happens
that I and a whole lot of other
people are paying their own way
up here and are not depending on
Mommy and Daddy for coins.
A lot of us work during school
and on vacations to earn enough
to come back the next year. Some

Georgy Girl vs Sex

Quarter Will Hurt

The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, February 7, 1967

Page 6

Speaking Out

drive that lies at the root of all
evil. It is a silly idea over-due
for debunking. We are fond of talk talking
ing talking about the imperiousness of the
sex drive, seeing it invariably as a
terrifically healthy thing, and the
possessiveness of the maternal
drive, seeing it often as an evil
thing. But I submit that they are
each simply culturally conditioned
biological facts, neither good nor
bad. Whether the results of their
operating turn out to be good or
bad depends upon the situation and
its outcome when judged by the cul cultural
tural cultural norms. Both drives can get
people into personal jams and fam family
ily family dilemmas, ready examples
being the predicament of a single
girl faced with an unwanted preg pregnancy
nancy pregnancy (the evil sex drive at
work) and her later predicament
when she must reconcile herself
to giving up her baby for adop adoption
tion adoption (the evil maternal drive
at work). For most people both
drives bring satisfactions much
of the time (how much of the time
nobody knows since happiness is
very difficult to measure).
Mom ism is no more the root of
all evil than is Popism. Psychia Psychiatrists
trists Psychiatrists tell us that what is needed
are the right kinds and amounts
of both fathering and mothering.
The great difficulty is to deter determine
mine determine what are the right kinds and
amounts. According to one school
of family sociologists (founded by
Dr. Robert Winch) people pick
their marriage partners in accord accordance
ance accordance with their unconscious needs
for mates whose personality needs
fit in with their own. According U
this theory of complimentary needs
a man with a dependent personality
can conceivably need a dominatin
wife! However since our cultural
norms disapprove of dominating
wives, his needs for a wife who

just are not going to be able to
acquire the extra $l9O out of the
air. And to top it all off, theres
this funny man Comptroller of
ours Fred Dickinson making
cracks about, our new cars. I
dont happen to have a new car.
Do you? A lot of us are walking,
not because we particularly want

Hits Shelton Series
EDITOR:
The Alligator has certainly reached a low ebb in presenting a
series of articles in defense of the Ku Klux Klan. It's good
journalism to present both sides of controversial questions, but
vicious causes like Naziism and the Klan should never be dignified
by implying that they are controversial. If you are defending Shelton
today, you may be apologizing for Hitler tomorrow.
T. D. CARR
Florida Alligator Staff
NICK TATRC STEF A NIP: JANIUS NEWT SIMMONS
Wire Editor Society Editor Editorial Assistant
o
GENE NAIL JO ANN LANGWORTHY NICK ARROYO
Editorial Assistant General Assignment Photo Editor
Editor
STAFF MEMBERS Harvey Alper, Jimmqy 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. Lori Steele
LAB ASSISTANTS --Diana Folsom, Peggy Sneider, Andrew Has Haslett
lett Haslett Jr., Robert Blount, Joan Allen, Eddie Guttenmacher, Dick
Blakely, Bob Menaker, Dave Reddick, David Weiss, Karen Eng,
John Ellsworth, Diann Devine Jerome Warren.

can run interference for him are
often frustrated, he can even resent
her dominance. Winch admits that
neurotics often match up their
complimentary needs. But in the
majority of cases people follow the
cultural norms well enough; that is,
girls are taught to be dependent
and boys are taught tope dominant.
COUGH

to, but because there just aren't
enough funds for anything else. I
think that many people should give
this exorbitant tuition increase a
pretty hard look. Many students
are just not going to be able to
afford it.
PAUL SUNDBERG 3EG



To Pooped To Sleep

By CAROL SANGER
Alligator Columnist
The campaign is over. The election is over.
Tiie celebrating (or mourning) is over. Its
not quite time to begin work. It's time to sleep.
And dream qf the past week.
Now it becomes fun, like that night before the
voting.
Okay girls, they have got it, and we cant
let them throw it. whispered the leader. It
was tense.
They have got what? A question.
The poop, stupid, the poop. Its nasty. .
nasty. .nasty. We must stop them. Get your
pillows and meet in the lobby at curfew. Go!
The instructions.
We were at the secret meeting place. We
were waiting for them. One false move was all
it would take, and it would be all over for them.
The phone. Headquarters. News of thedestardly
plot told to him.
Ps-st. .here they come! A warning.
Okay group, talk it up. Loud, said Leader
as she clutched the phone.
We did. They simply stared.
Something strange is going on here, girls.
whispered their leader. Lets go tell her.
Follow them. The first order. More loud
talk.
The spies reported back. We lost them.
They just disappeared.
Find them*! No matter what. They are UDto

Death and Drink Make
Sad Day at Milihopper

EDITOR:
This is an open letter of ad admonition
monition admonition to the students of the
University of Florida. If you are
going to drink dont drive.
I dont think that we can make
this point any stronger and yet,
Im sure that there are many
that will say, Ah ha, a couple
of temperence men in our midst.
Quite the contrary, lets just say
that we are a couple of casual
observers to a morbid happening
that reaffirms our faith in that
old platitude.
How many people have seen a
car careen down the road, rol rolling
ling rolling and bouncing as it went, throw throwing
ing throwing its occupants out onto the
pavement? I hope that its not the
kind of happening that we experi experience
ence experience every day. How many people
can be talking with someone and
then drive up on his corpse lying
in the road? We did, and believe
me, its almost enough to make
you afraid to get behind the wheel
of your own car to drive away.
There was a person; an entity;
a living, breathing human being;
a college student like ourselves,
having an enjoyable Saturday at
the Milihopper, drinking it up with
a buddy. And, like most of us,

he was bragging about the fact
that he was drunk, showing off the
fact that he could hold his bloody
Marys and still stand. He Isnt
standing now. Hes lying on a
slab in the morgue, something
that was, but is no longer. Hes
dead. That plain, cold fact. How
old was he? Eighteen? Nineteen?
perhaps twenty?
And on a day when he was
having such a great time, at a
time when he had so much to look
forward to, at a time when he was
building his future. Driving down
Milihopper road, not a care in the
world. .a curve. .going too
fast. .lose control. .skid. .
slide. .flip over and over again.
Its all over now.
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something. The second order.
But. .but. . A qualm.
What but? growled Leader.
But why did we bring our pillows if all were
going to do is . .
Go! Now! A shout.
We found one of them in a washing machine.
Lets turn it on! A sinister thought.
Then we found the rest of them at last.
They were in a secret meeting. The plan is
uncovered. We report back.
Ah-ha! The poop is coming by car. To the
doors girls! charged Leader. But we were
stopped by the phone. We were up and waiting
everywhere. The campus was surrounded.
Ps-st! Here they come again. Noise. Tne
alma mater. (At 3 a.m.?).
The alma mater? Very strange. Watch them.
said their leader.
We followed them. They followed us. We
watched them. They watched us watch them.
A car. Two cars. Blitz!
They saw us inside. .waiting. They left.
Foiled.
*We sat. They sat. Another car. Ours. .
watching. And then it was dawn. We were safe.
He was safe, and we would tell him when
he woke up. They went to bed.
The phone rang. Its over.
A message from headquarters. Turn out the
vote today!
Oh, thats right. Its election day.

next time youre whooping it up,
r rtiink! Think about a body lying
in the road. Call a cab, its cheap cheaper.
er. cheaper. Get a buddy to drive you home,
be careful who you drive home
with, sleep it off in a corner
somewhere. But for Gods sake
(and yours) dont get behind the
wheel. Infinity is only a hundred
proof away.
RICHARD W. BULLOCK, 3BA
FRED J. SALEM, 3 EG
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To 250 Words And Mike
Sure They're Signed. We
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ter's Writer's Request.

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for sale
WEBCOR STEREO TAPE RECOR RECORDER
DER RECORDER plus SSO worth of tapes and
two extra Mahogany speakers. Cost
S4OO, will sacrifice the whole
works for $175. Call 378-6669.
(A-87- st-c).
1964 HONDA 305 Dream, new
Rings, valves, chain, and sprocket.
If interested call 378-6195 between
5-7 p.m. (A-83-10t-c)
m
ELECTRIC GUITAR and amp. --
$45.00. Solid body 1 pick-up,
shoulder strap, full controls, in includes
cludes includes carrying case with built-in
amp. 372-6680 after 6 p.m. (A (A---
--- (A--- 2t-p).
SPIRITED PALOMINO Gelding, 7
years old, parade trained. $l5O.
Call 372-3244 after 5:30 P.M.
(A-88-st-c).
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CHERRY RED, hollow-body, Gib Gibson
son Gibson guitar. Model ES 335 TDC,
less than one year old. Cost ssll
new, will sell for $320 or best
Offer. 378-2981. (A-88-3t-c).
APT. SIZED SOFA. Good condi condition,
tion, condition, needs cover. 376-4782, after
5:30. (A-89-3t-c).
FOR SALE Doberman Pinscher,
one year old, Reg. AKC guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed temperament, comes fiom
championed blood lines; excellent
pet and companion, good with chil children.
dren. children. Call 376-0175 after 5 p.m.
(A-89-3t-c).
30x8 TRAILER Air conditioned,
carpet, electric with 20x8 screen
porch. Completely furnished.
Railey's Trailer Park. Call 378-
2456 after 7 p.m. (A-89-3t-c).
VOICE OF MUSIC Portable stereo;
Tape recorder, will sell or ex exchange
change exchange for smaller one; Oak dining
room set with foul* chairs, buffet
and hutch. Call 372-0982. (A-90-
3t-c).
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EXCELLENT VALUE need
money. Targetmaster .22 caliber
10 shot semi-auto pistol. Smith &
Wesson model 41. $95.00. Pre Presently
sently Presently not available now because of
military Prod. Joe Onne 376-3211
and page or call 378-5668. (A-90-
3t-c).
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for rent
AVAILABLE NOW one bedroom
modern air-conditioned apt. Near
VA Hospital and Medical Center.
Adult only, no pets, lease required.
SIOO per month. Holiday Garden
Apts. 372-3488 376-4360. (B (B---18-10-c).
--18-10-c). (B---18-10-c).
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ONE LARGE Unfurnished apt. bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living room, kitchen equip equipped,
ped, equipped, separate entrance, one block
from campus. 109 N.W. 21st
Avenue. Call 376-6112. (B-90-
st-c).
ROOM in private home for mature
male student. Central heat, linen
and maid service. Separate en entrance
trance entrance and off street parking. Call:
376-5260. (B-88-2t-c).
DESPERATE. One month free
rent. Male roommate needed with
senior PCL, Junior PCL, Ph.D.
Elect. Engr. University Garden
Apts. 376-9559. (B-88-3t-p)i

for rent
APARTMENT for rent, one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, built in kitchen,
air-conditioned and heat. Three
closets and swimming pool. $95
per month. Call 372-3826. (B (B---89-st-c).
--89-st-c). (B---89-st-c).
NOW IS THE TIME to move and let
UNIVERSITY GARDENS help pay
your expenses. Plenty of luxurious
units to choose from; plenty of
extras to enjoy. Phone 376-6720,
708 S.W. 16th Ave. (B-89-st-c).
UNFURNISHED Two bedroom
duplex-central heat-tile bath- tub tub-5
-5 tub-5 closets utility room with washer
hookups S.W. section SIOO
376-0676. (B-89-st-c).
FURNISHED Apartment for rent
at corner of N.E. 4th Avenue and
sth Street. Call 376-2967. (B-87-
st-c).
wanted
NEED TO BORROW A secluded
plot of land near a swimable
spring or lake within 10 mile of
school until August. If you know
of such a spot, please call George
at 378-2756. (C-88-3t-p).
WANTED two male roommates
for Frederick's Apartments. Call
378-3939. (C-90-st-c).
MALE ROOMMATE wanted for
two bedroom apartment, furnished,
modern, close to campus. S4O
monthly and share utilities. Con Contact
tact Contact 378-6589. (C-90-4t-c).
WANTED: One single male room roommate
mate roommate to share University Gardens
Apartment, rent and expenses. Two
bedroom, central air and heat.
Quiet study conditions. Call Mike
or Chris 378-4524. (C-87-7t-c).
help wanted
HELP WANTED Need secre secretarial
tarial secretarial help to work half day, five
days a week. Typing necessary,
no shorthand. 1829 Hawthorne
Road. Call 372-1254. (E-90-4t-c).
Student or student wife to oper operate
ate operate justowriters in preparing copy
for FLORIDA ALLIGATOR. Ex Experienced
perienced Experienced operator preferred but
not essential. Proficient typing
ability mandatory. Contact Mr.
White or Mr. Myking in office of
the Board of Student Publications,
Basement, Florida Union. (E-85-
tf-nc)
WANTED ADVERTISING
SALESMAN to service local ac accounts
counts accounts for THE ALLIGATOR. Good <
pay, tremendous experience. Must
be available for work during the
summer. Apply room 9, Florida
Union. (E-89-tf-nc).
CARRIER needed for the FLO RIDA
ALLIGATOR. Must have Ist and
2nd periods open. Contact Tim
Culberson at 378-3293 after 2p.m.
(E-89-tf-nc).

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autos
1963 PONTIAC TEMPEST. Good
condition, radio, heater, W.W.
tires. Must sell $650. Call 372-
5074. (G-81-3t-c).
1959 AUSTIN HEALEY. Radio,
heater, wire, good top, call Bob
Yohe, 376-9138. (G-90-4t-p).
1959 TR 3 Excellent condition
$450.00. Call 376-7988 after 6:30
weekdays and weekends. (G-90-
4t-c).
AUSTIN HEALEY SPRITE: red,
excellent condition, 1960. Owner
must sacrifice; $325.00 or best
offer. Tom Kennell, Rm. 1003,
Weaver Hall 372-9275. (G-89-
3t-p).
1966 VW 1600, Fastback, white.
Opportunity: $1,500. Call 376-3261
ext. 2271. (G-86- st-c)
$l5O BELOW MARKET PRICE!
Must sacrifice S6OO equity and
sell 1966 Galaxie 500 for $2,050.
Two door, hard top, fully auto automatic.
matic. automatic. No down payment. See at
218 N. W. 3rd Avenue after 5 p.m.
(G-87-st-c).
1960 BUICK LaSabre, v-8, power
brakes, steering, radio and heat heater,
er, heater, new paint, excellent condition
S4OO. Call after 5 p.m. 372-
9611. (G-86-st-c)
1959 TR-3 CAR will sell out outright
right outright or trade for Honda Super
Hawk or larger motor. Call 372-
3327 after 6:00. (G-89-3t-c).
59 VOLVO. Excellent mechanical
condition. 4-speed R-H. Two new
tires. Contact Richard Moffett,
Room 419. 376-9161. (G-89-4t-p).
real estate
SAVE MONEY! NO CLOSING
COST! 5 1/4% mortgage. S6OO down
to qualified purchaser. 4bedroom,
two bath, built-in kitchen, paneled
Florida Room, fireplace, screened
porch. Many extras, convenient
location. Call 372-5214 to inspect.
personal
Happy belated first Tom and Judy,
and happy happy, Susan. Best
wishes for many many more. Janet.
(J-90-lt-p).
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. WANTED: People who like to hold
each other while dancing. Great
new sound at Winnjammer.El Trio
Fresco. Wed., Feb Bth, 9:30 p.m.,
520 S.W. 2nd Ave. 376-9265. (J (J---
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lost-found
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LOST: Black male dog with rag ragged
ged ragged coat. Lost on campus near
Tigert. Answers to Chowdie. Call
ext. 2645. Reward. (L-88-4t-c).
LOST: One Dietzgen Slide Rule
in Room 328 of Engineering Build Building,
ing, Building, 8:00 p.m. Jan. 30. REWARD
Offered. See Myron Merritt, Apt.
253-T Flavet 111 or call 378-5248.
(L-87-4t-c).
FOUND Watch on road between
Sorority row and flag football field.
Call 372-0767. (L-90-lt-p).
services
IN 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)
WILL CARE FOR Children, 3 years
and older with my own. Fenced
play yard. North East section, by
hour or day. 372-6830. (M (M---.9^-St-c).
--.9^-St-c). (M---.9^-St-c).
RUBYS ALTERATIONS, 12385. W.
3rd Avenue. Call 376-8506. (M (M---90-lt-c).
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Less Pressure, More Time

Our basic philosophy is we're
going to plan to minimize any
student dif' culties which may
arise from the conversion of the
trimester syste, to the quarter
system.
So said Assistant Dean of Aca Academic
demic Academic Affairs Roy L. Lassiter in
a speech explaining the quarter
system that was held in the South
Hall recreation room.
Lassiter, addressing an audi audience
ence audience of approximately 30 male
students, began his informal talk
with the history of the presently
used trimester system.
He said that in 1961 the Florida
Legislature directed the Florida
universities to go to a year-round
calendar system, but the legis legisature
ature legisature did not specify exactly what
type of year-round system was
desire...
The UF and Florida A&M pro propsed
psed propsed the quarter system, while
Florida State, among several
others, proposed the trimester
system. After considering both
types, tile legislature adopted the
currently used trimester system.
According to Lassiter, one of
the main reasons for the con conversion
version conversion to the quarter system is
that not enough students attend
the third trimester (May through
August), thus resulting in Insuf Insufficient

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Tuesday, February 7, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

ficient Insufficient funds with which to operate
the university.
Lassiter highlighted the follow following
ing following changes in the quarter system
as being significant to the switch switchover:
over: switchover:
Each quarter will be 11
weeks long. 10 of the weeks will
SPECIAL
REPORT
be classes and the last week will
be exams.
A student will take fewer
courses than under the trimester
system, but he will study them in
depth. That is, instead of taking 5
three-hour courses, he will take
. 3 five-hour courses.
Instead of being counseled
every trimester, the student will
be counseled only once in the au autumn
tumn autumn for the entire year.
All classes will be 50 min minutes
utes minutes long and there will be no
classes beginning before 8:00 a.m.
There will still be 15 minutes be between
tween between classes.
No tests or homework assign assignments
ments assignments will be given during the

last five days preceeding exams.
Exams will be two hours long.
For a conversion of trimes trimester
ter trimester credit hours to quarter hours,
multiply the number of trimester
hours by three-halves.
Lassiter said that this summers
A and B terms will offer more
courses to students than ever be before,
fore, before, in an effort to prepare for
the September conversion.
According to Lassiter, one of
the main objections to the tri trimester
mester trimester system is that there is
not enough reading time for the
student. Under the quarter system
the student will be able to devote
more time to calss-assigned read reading
ing reading because he will be reading for
only three or four instructors
rather than five or six.
Lassiter said that a lot of the
changes that will occur during the
initial transition will be determ determined
ined determined by the individual schools and
colleges of the university them themselves.
selves. themselves. The courses offered for
the quarter system will be avail available
able available on March 1.
He outlined the quarter calendar
as being:
Fall Quarter: Classes begin
Sept. 25 and end Dec. 7. Exam
week will be Dec. 11 through Dec.
16.
Winter Quarter: Classes begin
Jan. 4 and end March 8. Exam
week ends March 16.
Spring Quarter: Classes begin
on March 25 and final exams will
end June 8.
Summer Quarter: Classes be begin
gin begin on March 25 and final exams
will end June 8.
Summer Quarter: Classes be begin
gin begin June 10 and end Aug. 16.
Finals will end Aug. 24.
Lassiter said that the univer university
sity university adopted the trimester system
in a rather haphazard and un unorganized
organized unorganized manner, and that the
quarter system will be much
better planned.
After you have experienced
the quarter system, Lassiter
said, you will come to like it
better than the trimester system.

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, The Florida Alligator. Tuesday, February 3, 1967

Page 10

Sticky Handed Students Pose Problem

By ALLAN COWAN
Amgator Staff Writer
Shoplifting by UF students is a minor problem
according to local sources.
We have some shoplifting, but it is very negli negligible,
gible, negligible, said Irvin Robbins, manager and part owner
of the Gator Shop at 1710 W. University Ave.
We have an absolute minimum of theft, a com combination
bination combination of our staff patrolling and the honor
system, said the owner of the Florida Book Store.
The owner of the Quik-Save Drug Store said there
is quite a bit of theft in his store. They don't steal
anything special, just what they can get their hands
on.
The owner thought the honor system had no
effect, and that students steal because they dont

Russian Prof Visits UF;
Says Socialism Inevitable

Fame of the UFs Center for
Latin American Studies has spread
all the way to Moscow as
attested by a distinguished guest
of the center this week.
He is Professor Viktor
VoPskii, director of the Latin
American Institute, Soviet
Academy of Sciences, Moscow, and
professor of geography and head of
the Department of Geography at
Moscow University.
In a Monday interview in the
office of Dr. Lyle McAlister, re research
search research professor and director of
the Universitys Center for Latin
American Studies, Professor Vol-
skii said he was interested in
gathering information on how the
Universitys center was organi organized
zed organized and operated.
Speaking both English and Span Spanish,
ish, Spanish, Professor Volskii noted the
role of the Russian Latin Ameri American
can American center primarily involves re research
search research of a general nature and the
publication of a vast assortment of
material on Latin America.
Responding to a number of ques questions,
tions, questions, Volskii had these remarks:
A new party in Chile called the
Christian Democracy Party, oper operating
ating operating under a community society
theory, could spread to other Latin
American nations. It opposes both
Communism and capitalism, but
has socialistic traits. Its goals:
(1) liberty for all the people and
(2) collective property for the
medium of production on a non noncent
cent noncent rail zed basis.
Development of the socialistic
theory throughout the world is
inevitable and scientists and in intellects
tellects intellects recognize this.
Communists and Socialists dif differ
fer differ in that Communism seeks
change quickly by revolution
but Socialists prefer to wait out
evolution.
Russia never has exported re revolution
volution revolution to other countries. Re Revolution
volution Revolution must come from within.
Any country exporting revolution
is crazy. Russia does not want
war even for the sake of ac accomplishing
complishing accomplishing revolution. Russia
wants only to co-exist.
The second Cuba was in inevitable
evitable inevitable in Latin America because
of the need for economic and
political change. President John
F. Kennedy was the first to rec recognize
ognize recognize the grave economic and
political situation in Latin Ameri America.
ca. America. He insisted on change, but
this was opposed by big land
owners.
The Soviet Union today has no
programs in Latin America de designed
signed designed to provide financial aid nor
does it plan any in the future.
Interest of Russia in Latin
America is primarily commercial,
on a bi-lateral basis, and educa educational
tional educational from the standpoint of learn learning
ing learning more about that area of the
world.

Since the Russian Revolution,
there has been no migration of
Soviets to Latin America.
Recently, there has been a trend
for Russian citizens in Latin
America to migrate back to Rus Russia.
sia. Russia.
There is no real danger in Latin
America from a population ex explosion.
plosion. explosion. The only problem is for
people of those countries to find
away to use their working hands.
The population problems are in
North America.

Engineer in gProfess or
Announces Candidancy
UF Teaching Associate Courtland A. Collier, 41-year-old Civil
Engineer, announced Monday he will be a candidate for a seat on the
Gainesville City Commission in the March 21 city election.
Said Collier, The two most obvious unsolved problems confronting
Gainesville today are how to move traffic through overcrowded streets,
and how to plan for a doubling of the population in the next eight to 10
years. I believe my professional training and background qualifies
me particularly to work with these problems.
Collier now teaches courses in highway design, estimating, and
construction engineering on campus. He has lived in Gainesville for
six years.
In the past, claims Collier, Gainesville has had the best of
two worlds the convenience and neighborliness of a small town
together with the cultural advantages of a big city. Id like to help plan
future Gainesville to regain these important attributes and still
accommodate an anticipated doubling in population in the next eight
years.
In his six years at the UF, Collier has been instrumental in develop developing
ing developing a construction curriculum for civil engineering students as well
as a state-wide series of short courses and conferences for working
professionals in the construction industry.
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LOCAL STORE OWNERS REVEAL

know the consequences. Some just dont want to
spend the money.
Quik-Save has a detective service, and when I
catch a shoplifter I call the police, said the owner.
I dont hesitate to prosecute.
The student body at the UF is above average,
thanks to rigid admission standards, and therefore
we have a small amount of theft, said Sam P.
Getzen, director of the Campus Shop and Book Bookstore.
store. Bookstore.
One possible reason for the thefts is the spurt
in traffic with students running in mostly between
classes. It is hard to keep an eye on them. During
the slow hours my staff may be a little lax, said
Getzen.

Professor Volskii, who leaves
here Wednesday (2/1) after a
three-day visit on campus, is in
the United States under sponsor sponsorship
ship sponsorship of the Hispanic Foundation
of the Library of Congress. He
was invited to attend the Confer Conference
ence Conference on Latin American History,
a branch of the American His Historical
torical Historical Society, Washington, D.C.
Despite his academic position,
Professor Volskiis writings point
vf> the Soviet vs. United States
ideological competition.

One local merchant, who wished to remain anony anonymous,
mous, anonymous, said he deals very harshly with the few
students he catches. Sometimes he charges them ten
times the value of the stolen article, and has even
gone so far as to threaten violence if the student
ever returned to the store.
He said the problem was minor because of the
smallness of the store and his employes stayed
right on top of the situation.
My office gets very few calls about shoplifting
by UF students, said R. T. Angel, captain of
detectives for the Gainesville Police Department.
Angel said the student, if prosecuted, could be
fined up to SSOO and/or 60 days -in jail for a theft
smaller than SIOO, or up to five years in jail for
a theft over SIOO.

Carlson: Proceeds
Have Been Spent
The Orange Bowl Committee hasnt agreed on proceeds from this
seasons game, but most of the money the UF Mil recieve has been
spent, the Alligator learned Monday.
A Bowl game is a reward for the team, said Norman Carlson,
head of sports publicity. Playing in the game means a weeks
expenses in Miami for about 150 people. The money Florida receives
will go into the athletic fund, but much of it has already been used to
pay expenses to the game.
It is not unusual for a school to go into debt by attending a bowl
game, Carlson said. Florida will make some profit.
Carlson said that the amount from the bowl game is expected to
be about $220,000. Os this, Florida can receive up to $115,000. The
rest is divided among the other schools in the Southeastern Conference.
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Is the Gator basketball team really good.
No! They are great. And so this editor has
to eat his own words of last week. .choke!
When Florida came out against 10th
ranked Vanderbilt, they began to play cham championship
pionship championship ball. And, it doesnt look like they
. are going to stop after last nights game.
With only six games remaining (four
conference), the Gators have a solid chance
to break the UF record of 17-7. Right now
Florida stands 15-4. Even Tennessee has
lost four and Vandy three.
Now with a record like that, you would
think the fan support would be the same.
Not so! Only about 3,500 students showed
up for the Alabama contest out of 16,000
possible. That stinks!
Even though we have a poor gym, we
have a great team, and thats what really
counts.
This Wednesday, the Gators will take on
Miami at 7:40 in the Florida gym. The
added boost of a full house might make the
Gator squad want to play so well, that
when the national rankings come out next
week, we could be back in the top ten.
Tommy Bartlett has a ball team. Lets
support it.
Dioguardi Leads UF
To Swimming Win

Tom Dioguardi, who has been
setting swimming records since
his first appearance with the
Gators over two years ago, is
headed toward his finest season
yet.
Dioguardi, a senior from West
Palm Beach, continued his assault
on the records over the weekend
at Miami as he cracked a pair of
University of Miami pool marks
by taking the 50-yard freestyle
in 21.8 and the 100 in 47.9.
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To top off his day he anchored
a record-setting 200-yard relay
team which provided the final
points in a 62-42 Gator victory,
the teams sixth against three
defeats.
Four other pool marks fell to
the Gators during the win. Bruce
Page set new standards in the
1000-yard freestyle (10:47.4) and
the 500-free (5:11.2), Andy Mc-
Pherson established a 200-yard
individual medley record with a
clocking of 2:05.8 and Barry Rus Russos
sos Russos 2:02 time is a new mark in
the 200-yard butterfly.
Coach Bill Harlans swimmers
next take on University of South
Florida in Tampa, Saturday at
1:30.

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Bobby Dodd Resigns
After 36 Years At Tech

ATLANTA (Uri) Bobby Dodd
stepped down Monday as football
coach at Georgia Tech because
of illness, but will remain as
athletic director. He said his suc successor
cessor successor should be named within the
week.
Dodd, who has coached at Tech
for 36 years, the last 22 as head
coach, said he had been thinking
about giving up since the middle
of the 1965 season because of a
kidney disorder that will require
surgery.
I gave serious consideration

Varsity Football Letters
Given To 41 Players

UF head coach Ray Graves an announced
nounced announced Wednesday the awarding
of varsity football letters to 41
members of the Gators Orange
Bowl championship team of 1966.
There are 15 seniors, 14 juniors
and 12 sophomores on the list.
This team finished 9-2, to equal the
most wins in a season for a Florida
team.
A dozen seniors lettered for the
third time during their career.
This group includes co-captains
Bill Carr and Red Anderson, Mar Marquis
quis Marquis Baeszler, Don Barrett, Jim
Benson, Jack Card, Paul Ewald Ewaldsen,
sen, Ewaldsen, George Grandy, Steve Heidt,
Don Knapp, John Preston, and
Steve Spurrier.
Other senior lettermen include
Charlie Pippin, Kay Stephenson and
Ed Warner.
Floridas 1966 football let lettermen:
termen: lettermen:
Ends Don Barrett (Sr.), Jack
Coons (Jr.), Paul Ewaldsen (Sr.),
Mike McCann (Jr.) Rex Rittgers

Florida Takes Second
In Tri-track Meet

Although the tremendous depth
of the University of Tennessee
track team was too much to over overcome
come overcome Saturday in Knoxville all
was not bleak for Coach Jimmy
Carnes Gators.
Florida finished second in the
initial indoor triangular meet in
the south. The Gators took four
firsts in the 10-event schedule
and the manner in which they were
taken indicate a certain measure
of strength for the upcoming out outdoor
door outdoor season.
John Morton broke the school
shot put record with a toss of
55-6, a fact made more impor important
tant important because he has concentrated
on the discus thus far in prac practice.
tice. practice. The "discus is not thrown

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to dropping out after the Gator
Bowl game the previous season,
Dodd said in a low voice. But
I decided to go for one more
year and see how things came
out.
It was a gloomy day Friday
for me when I decided to ask
the athletic board to accept my
resignation.
It was just 11 days ago that
the tall, gray, 58-year-old Dodd
told United Press International
that he planned to coach for three
or four more years, if my health

(Jr.), Mike Santille (So.), Jim Yar Yarbrough
brough Yarbrough (So.).
Tackles Bobby Adams (So.),
Don Giordano (Jr.), Brian Jetter
(Jr.), Terry Morris (So.), J.D.
Pasteris (Jr.), John Preston (Jr.).
Guards Red Anderson (Sr.),
Jim Benson (Sr.), Paige Cutcliffe
(So.), George Dean (So.), Guy Den Dennis
nis Dennis (So.) Bill Dorsey (So.), Gary
Duven (So.), Doug Splane (Jr.),
Ed Warner (Sr.).
Centers and Linebackers Bill
Carr (Sr.), Jack Card (Sr.), Steve
Heidt (Sr.), Wayne McCall (Jr.),
Charles Pippin (Sr.).
Quarterbacks Steve Spurrier
(Sr.), Kay Stephenson (Sr.), Har Harmon
mon Harmon Wages (Jr.).
Halfbacks -- Marquis Baeszler
(Sr.), Bobby Downs (Jr.), George
Grandy (Sr.). Tom Hugerbuhler
(Jr.), Don Knapp (Sr.), Larry
Rentz (So.), Larry Smith (So.),
Richard Trapp (Jr.).
Fullbacks Wayne Barfield
(Jr.), Tom Christian (So.), Gra Graham
ham Graham McKeel (Jr.).

in indoor meets.
Frank Lagotic was the meets
lone two-event winner. He re recorded
corded recorded a 4:16.2 in the mile and
a 9:25.4 in the two-mile to cap capture
ture capture both events from defending
SEC champion David Storey of
Tennessee.
Floridas other winner was high
jumper Frank Saier, who went
6-6 to easily capture the event.
Saier was not pressed with the
second place man managing only
6-2.
Floridas major source of con concern
cern concern in track this year, accord according
ing according to Carnes, will be in the
sprints. The Gators have neither
the top flight individual nor depth
in the dashes.

permits."
I knew when people asked me
about retirement rumors that I
was planning to quit," Dodd said
Monday "But I didnt want to
say anything until I definitely made
up my mind."
All-America Quarterback Dodd,
an All-America quarterback at
Tennessee, came to Georgia Tech
as an offensive coach in 1931 under
the late Bill Alexander. Only John
Heisman preceded Alexander as a
coach at Tech.
Dodd became head coach in 1945
and also took the title of athletic
director in 1950 when Alexander
died.
"In the history of football, few
men have ever coached 36 years
at the same institution and had all
these years to be pleasant and
exciting ones," Dodd said.
In his 22 years as head coach,
Dodds teams won 156 games while
losing 64 and tying eight. He had
13 bowl teams and won nine bowl
games, including eight straight.
His 1951 and 1952 teams were
both undefeated and the Yellow
Jackets went 31 games without
defeat from the tail end of the
1950 season until the middle of
1953.
Arkansas Coach Frank Broyles,
a former Tech quarterback and
assistant coach who was long con considered^
sidered^ considered^ Dodds successor said
Monday he turned the job down.
"I had known about his plans
for some time now, Broyles said
in Fayetteville, Ark. "Coach Dodd
inf or lined me of his decision to
step out of the coaching ranks
after the 1966 season and inquired
about my availability to succeed
him. My nine years at Arkansas
have convinced me that my real
interest is now with the Razor Razorbacks."
backs." Razorbacks."
With Broyles out of the picture,
Tech head defensive coach Bud
Carson was reported to be the
leading candidate. Carson, a for former
mer former assistant at Maryland, North
Carolina and South Carolina, is
credited with building the Tech
defense largely responsible for
last seasons fine 9-1 showing.
"Everything being equal, we
would like to get a Tech man,"
Dodd said. "But we want a good
man, whoever he might be." Dodd
said he planned to talk to several
outside coaches.
"Three or four outside men
will be considered, then we will
turn to our own staff," Dodd said.
He said he did not feel that this
time of the year is too late to
bring in an outside coach.
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Gators Smash Tide,B2-50
Keller Leads UF Scoring,

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Writer
Gary Keller once again proved
that Floridas basketball team is
only as good as its strongest link
as the 6-9 senior spurred the up upand-down
and-down upand-down Gators to a 82-50 romp
over giant-killer Alabama Mon Monday
day Monday night in an SEC game at
Florida gym.
The Crimson Tide, upset win winners
ners winners over Kentucky and only three threepoint
point threepoint loosers to Tennessee, played
a sloppy first half with Florida
and trailed only 32-23.
Bama rang up the next nine of
11 points on the Gators at the start
of the second half and pared the
lead down to two points, 34-32,
with just four minutes gone.
But then Keller, as he has done
all season, ignited the fuse. The
St. Petersburg forward then made
12 of his teams next 16 points.
With 12 minutes left in the game,
Florida stiffled the Bama threat
with Keller for a commanding 50-
33 margin.
But Florida spurred by Ed
Buckos 22 points and Nick Fatious
19, played one of its best games
of the year in the close win. Ron
San Martin (14), Butch Van Fleet
UF Begins
Practice
Floridas Orange Bowl cham championship
pionship championship football team begins
spring practice, February 25, with
the search for Heisman Trophy
winner Steve Spurriers replace replacement
ment replacement the main item on the agenda.
We hope to find our quarter quarterback
back quarterback during the spring, says head
coach Ray Graves. And we hope
to find adequate replacements for
other key boys, most notably for
center Bill Carr, the finest center
Ive ever coached.
Florida returns 26 lettermen.
Most of them will be active in
spring drills with the most note noteworthy
worthy noteworthy exception being flanker flankersplit
split flankersplit end Richard Trapp, the
Southeastern Conferences single
season pass reception record
holder.
Trapp is out for the baseball
squad and will be excused from
spring practice for this purpose.

(12) and Ken Fowle (11), were
also in double figures for the Baby
Gators.
Keller, in the nightcap, proved
once again, that with him, Florida
is a great team. Without him and
his All-American heroics, the Ga Gators
tors Gators rank just good.
Both teams dribbled away a
sloppy first half of ball. The Ga Gain
in Gain the freshman preliminary,
Floridas frosh edged highly highlytouted
touted highlytouted Abraham Baldwin Junior
College, 87-84.
The Gator freshmen carried only
a 2-7 record into the game com compared
pared compared to Baldwins 20-3.
tors, still clinging to a possible
SEC title with a 10-4 slate, re received
ceived received their nine-point margin at
halftime from their rebounding
machines, Gary McElroy, Neil
Walk, Jeff Ramsey and Keller.
Florida out-muscled Bama on the
boards, 26-13.
At the games buzzer, the totals
looked even more impressive. 43-

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22. Keller and waix had eight
rebounds apiece and Ramsey and
McElroy seven each.
After the Keller spurt at the
beginning of the second half, the
Gators took the momentum the rest
of the way. Alabama is now 2-8
in the SEC and 9-9 overall.
One by one, Florida mentor
Tommy Bartlett pulled each start starter
er starter out. With 4:05 left in the game,
Keller was taken out to a standing
ovation and 68-45 winning margin.
The reserves took up the slack and
heightened the winning margin to
32 points at the game's end.
FLORIDA FG FT TP
Keller 10 6 26
McElroy 10 2
Walk 2 1 5
Hlgley 3 2 8
Miller 7 0 14
Ramsey 3 1 7
Welsch 3 17
Rollyson 11 3
Poore 14 6
Feazel 2 0 4
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