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Vol. 59, No. University Os Florida

3 Carpets Stolen
From New Union

By KATHIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
The new Florida Union Building
has been having contracting prob-
Caradon
To Give
UN Talk
One of Britains leading states statesmen
men statesmen will give UF students a first firsthand
hand firsthand glimpse on the United Nations
tonight at 8:15 in University Au Auditorium.
ditorium. Auditorium.
The Right Honorable Lord Cara Caradon,
don, Caradon, Permanent Representative to
the United Nations and Minister
of State for Foreign Affairs for
Great Britain, will speak on the
Dangers and Hopes at the Uni United
ted United Nations.*
Lord Caradon is making his sec second
ond second visit to the UF campus. Lord
Caradon as governor in chief of
Jamaica, participated in the 1959
Caribbean Conference and spoke on
the proposals for a Caribbean fed federation.
eration. federation.
After graduating from Cam Cambridge
bridge Cambridge with honors, Lord Caradon
Egg Mg
LORD CARADON
, . speaks here
entered the colonial service and
served in Palestine as an assist assistant
ant assistant secretary and later as assis assistant
tant assistant district commissioner. He la later
ter later served as colonial secretary
and acting Governor in both
Cyprus and Nigeria. Knighted in
1951 by King George VI, he was
named governor in chief of Jam Jamaica.
aica. Jamaica.
Now occupying a position at the
United Nations equal to that of
Arthur Goldberg and the late Ad Adlai
lai Adlai Stevenson, Lord Caradon is
backed by years of experience in
British affairs.
His address tonight is sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the UF chapter of the Col Collegiate
legiate Collegiate Council for the United Na Nations
tions Nations and the Department of Po Political
litical Political Science, as part of the Uni University
versity University Lecture Series.
Following his talk, Lord Cara Caradon
don Caradon will be honored with a recep reception
tion reception in Bryan Lounge of Florida
Union.

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lems for many months now, but
officials have found a new problem
to add to their troubles. The build building,
ing, building, although it is not yet open to
the public, is slowly losing furni furniture.
ture. furniture.
John W. Neely, senior accountant
for the Florida Union Business
Office, reported to the University
Police Department Tuesday after afternoon
noon afternoon that three rolls of carpeting,
valued at approximately SI2OO, had
been taken from the third floor of
the building, presently being com completed
pleted completed by contractors.
Each of the three rolls weighed
about 700 pounds, and averaged
117 feet in length.
Police investigators went over
to the building site with William
Rion, director of the Florida
Union, Wednesday afternoon. After
checking the area where the carpet
had been stored, the men found
that two more rolls of carpeting
had been stolen the night before.
V
According to pol ice reports, one
piece of the floor covering was
still wrapped in its protective
covering, and the other piece had
been glued to the floor before be being
ing being taken up.
The value of these two pieces of
carpeting was placed at S3OO.
Rion told police that there was
reason to believe that entry inside
the building was gained by re removing
moving removing a set of sliding doors.
Once a person got inside, he could
easily lock or unlock most of the
doors inside the building, Rion
reported.

City Police To Crack Down
On Underage Tavern Drin ke rs

By STEVE HULL
Alligator Executive Editor
UF students who use false iden idenification
ification idenification to acquire liquor at local
taverns beware!
The Gainesville Police Dept, re revealed
vealed revealed Thursday that it has a small
force of plainclothes detectives
regularly checking liquor stores

Turlington Sees 'Fair Hike
In University Tuition Costs

By GENE NAIL
Alligator Editorial Assistant
House Speaker Ralph Turlington
told a forum of UF students Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon at McCarty Hall he
expects the Legislature to approve
university tuition rates that would
be in line with other universities.
UFs present tuition rates are
$32 below the average for 13 South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern state universities.
I would like to see fees kept
as near other universities as pos posstole.

Friday, February 24, 1967

Due to the large size of the rolls
of carpeting, at least three men
would have been needed to carry
out the theft.
Security remained the big prob problem
lem problem of contractors, Rion told The
Alligator Thursday afternoon.
There must be about 100 men
working inside the building right
now,' he commented. It would be
hard to establish security mea measures
sures measures without making it difficult
for the workmen to work.*
In fact, this reporter, when at attempting
tempting attempting to locate Rion for a com comment
ment comment on the theft, found no difficulty
entering the building. No one openly
questioned seeing a girl walk in
and start looking around.
The building still belongs to the
contractor, Rion said. We (the
Florida Union officials) are trying
to tighten security on our equip equipment
ment equipment -- the equipment that has
been moved in. We have no direct
authority here over anything else
yet. Im just the fellow who takes
over once the contractors move
out.'
Investigators from the campus
police department are continuing
the investigation of the thefts.
There are presently no suspects
in the case of grand larceny.
---
The construction, originally
planned for completion last Feb February,
ruary, February, is now a full year behind
schedule, and guesses are that
contractors will not be completed
until the end of March. It will take
an additional four to six weeks be before
fore before the furnishing of the interior
is finished.

and local taverns for students un under
der under the legal drinking age of 21.
Each local tavern establishment
is checked three or four nights
a week to insure no under age
students are drinking.
A student who is suspected of
being underage will be asked for
his ID at the tavern, and if he
is underage he will be immedia-

stole. posstole.
Turlington said he expects any
increase to be offset by a scholar scholarship
ship scholarship program that would prevent
students from being denied a col college
lege college education because of the
higher fees.
The average for 13 Southeastern
state universities is $332 for the
1966-67 academic year. UFs tui tuition
tion tuition fee will be S3OO per academic
(SEE REASONABLE PAGE 13)

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on page 11.
ON PREXY CHOICE
Faculty Senate
Stands Strong

By STEVE HULL
Alligator Executive Editor
The UF Faculty Senate, after
being overridden two times in the
past year by the Board of Regents,
has taken a definite stand on the
job of choosing a new UF president
to replace Dr. J. Wayne Reitz.
The Senate wants to keep politics
out of the presidential selection.
In a resolution drafted at a meet meeting
ing meeting this week the Senate urged the
Board of Regents to consult with
a five faculty member committee
appointed in accordance with uni university
versity university regulations to help select
UFs next chief executive.
The Board of Regents has the

tely arrested.
Tavern owners who make an
honest attempt to check IDs will
not be held responsible for an
underage drinker Capt. R. An Angel
gel Angel of the Gainesville Police De Department
partment Department said, Thursday.
Most of our trouble comes
form a student who has borrowed
a friends ID, Angel added.
Anyone caught using a false ID,
besides being arrested, will be
reported to the university for pos possible
sible possible disciplinary action.
An altered drivers license can
result in the loss of the owners
license, plus a stiff fine for the
user. The federal government
steps in when an age is falsi falsified
fied falsified on a draft card.
Underage d. inking by students
is not an acute problem at the
UF, with reference to the amount
of students enrolled, Angel sta stated.
ted. stated.
One week we may arrest 10
students, while the next week there
(SEE UNDERAGE PAGE 13)

final say on who will become presi president,
dent, president, but according to one member
of the Faculty Senate, We wish to
work in accordance with the Re Regents,
gents, Regents, to keep any politics out of
the selection process.
The resolution expressed the
importance of selecting a presi president
dent president who's appointment will be
made solely on the basis of edu educational
cational educational leadership, and not on a
political basis.
The position of president of the
university can be one which will
attract outstanding leadership only
if adequate financial support is
given to higher education in the
state, the resolution said.
The Faculty Senate includes ad administrative
ministrative administrative and faculty members
who determine the university's
academic policy, curriculum
changes and legislative reg regulations.
ulations. regulations.
Recently senate members have
expressed discontent concerning
the vetoing of their major curri curriculum
culum curriculum proposals by the Board of
Regents.
At a meeting in November, the
Senate unanimously voted to
abolish compulsory ROTC at the
UF. The group had studied the
ROTC program for over two
months and had decided mandatory
ROTC should be changed to volun voluntary.
tary. voluntary.
But in an unprecedented move,
the Board of Regents, after 10
minutes of deliberation, reversed
the Senate vote and decided to
continue compulsory ROTC at the
UF.
It happened again early this
month when the Faculty Senate
voted not to have a Saturday class
for the winter quarter. They were
vetoed once more, this time by Dr.
Reitz, who spoke for the Regents.
Some faculty members are won wondering
dering wondering what authority the Faculty
Senate can actually wieldconceril wieldconceriling
ing wieldconceriling UF affairs.



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8 Named
By Rich
ToACCENT
Accent 6B General Chairman
Wtyne Rich announced Thursday
the selection of the executive com committee
mittee committee for the 1968 symposium.
The newly appointed members
heading eight committees are:
Frank Shepard, 3AS, public re relations
lations relations chairman; John Olsson,
2UC, publicity chairman; Larry
Berrin, 2UC, personnel director;
Drex Dobson, 7AS, magazine edi editor;
tor; editor; Terry Moore, 3BA, program
director; Barry Malter, 2UC, fi finance
nance finance chairman; Richard Lang Langford,
ford, Langford, ILW, speakers chairman,
and Alan Kan, 2UC, technical di director.
rector. director.
Rich will also be assisted by the
Vice Chairman Frank Gramling,
and the Executive Secretary Peggy
Rabinovitz.
The 1968 edition of ACCENT is
hopefully to be a little bigger and
better than 1967," said Rich. It
is a bold, time consuming, and try trying
ing trying task that we are undertaking.**
The first responsibility of each
chairman will be to prepare a bud budget.
get. budget. and a tentative schedule of
activities. This will be presented
at the executive committee meet meeting
ing meeting next week.
The executive committee must
then establish a theme and set the
date for the symposium. Other
work involves obtaining speakers
at the soonest possible date and an
estimate of the total budget.
The chairman of each committee
will present a full report of the
present work at every weekly
meeting.
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The faculty advisors to the AC ACCENT
CENT ACCENT program are Robert B.
Mautz, vice president of academic
affairs, and Jack S. Funkhouser,
assistant director of library and
assistant professor of humanities.

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Faculty To Show Off
Talent In WUS Show

The UF faculty, better known
for pursuing academic knowledge,
will have a chance to exhibit their
talent Wednesday evening, Mar. 1,
as part of the World University
Service (WUS) talent show.
Sponsored by the Independent
Students, the talent show is the
first time students have attempted
to raise money for the drive by
one major event.
This year, we will be providing
students with quite a show for their
money -- and it will all go to a
very worthwhile cause," said Jack
Zucker, independent chairman for
the WUS Fund Drive.
The World University Service
was initiated to help the less for fortunate
tunate fortunate have a chance to receive a
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Summer, Aor B term, or in Sep September
tember September are invited to a Con Continental
tinental Continental Breakfast, Sunday Feb. 26
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the condition of the world. By in insuring
suring insuring that young people like our ourselves
selves ourselves in all parts of the world
will be educated to become respon responsible
sible responsible and capable leaders of their
own countries, Zucker said.
The acts booked thus far are
widely varied, and of a profess professional
ional professional caliber. Zucker stated that
there are still two spots open in
the program and urges any inter interested
ested interested and talented faculty member
to contact him at Ext. 2545.
Admission to the Faculty Ex Extravaganza
travaganza Extravaganza is a contribution of at
least 50 cents.

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AT IOWA STATE

SDS Member Elected President

By JUDY REDFERN
Alligator Staff Writer
A member of Student for a
Democratic Society (SDS) who said
his goal is to change things so
the students can run their own
personal lives* has been elected
president of the lowa State Uni University
versity University student body.
Don Smith, president-elect of the
lowa State student body, will take
office March 7. Smith was elec-
ted by a 500 vote margin and
said he intends to remain active
in SDS.
An SDS member holding a high
office in a large university would
not be termed unusual, said UF
SDS member Alan Levin. Levin
told the Alligator he did not know
if Smith was the first SDS mem member
ber member elected president of a univer university
sity university student body.
At several northern colleges
and some in California movement

Group Denies SDS Link

The daily phone-in service
against American involvement in

Friday, February 24, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

oriented people civil rights and
peace causes have begun to
think of student government as a
liable vehicle for changing stu student
dent student society, Levin said.
Smiths lowa State campaign was
based on his proposal to abolish
the Student Conduct Committee.
He said students must demand
to be allowed to run their own
lives.
A similar committee at UF,
the Faculty Discipline Committee,
(FDC) has come under fire from
students recently for its applica application
tion application of the Code of Student Con Conduct.
duct. Conduct.
According to the lowa State Dai Daily,
ly, Daily, Smith said a student who
marries after high school gradua graduation
tion graduation is an accepted member of the
community and a college student
shouldnt have to give up those
freedoms.
Many student protesters at Flor Florida
ida Florida have denounced the universitys
policy of in loco parentis and

Vietnam operated by the Students
for a Democratic Society is not
sponsored by the Gainesville Re Religious
ligious Religious Society of Friends, a mem member
ber member said Tuesday.
We are against all wars, said
Guy Omer, a professor in UFs
Physical Sciences Department,
not just the one in Vietnam.
A spokesman for SDA had asked
the Society of Friends for their
support but they declined. We
are a religious group, not a poli political
tical political one, noted Omer.
Many of the members of the
Society of Friends may support
the SDS movement, said Omer,
but the organization did not feel
it could properly do so.

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accused the administration of
treating the students as second
class citizens.
Although Smith sported a beard
during the lowa State campaign,
he stated that he would shave his
beard and dress conservatively if
the students passed a referendum
asking him to do so.
Prof Chosen
President
Dr. Stanleys. Ballard, professor
of physics and chairman of the
department of physics and
astronomy, has been named presi president-elect
dent-elect president-elect of the American
Association of Physics Teachers
(AAPT).
Ballard will succeed Dr. Arnold
B. Arons of Amherst College next
February.
As president-elect, Dr. Ballard
will serve as Drogram chairman

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Ballard, as the first Florida pro professor
fessor professor to be honored by the asso association,
ciation, association, will also serve on the
executive board for a three-year
term. Traditionally, the president presidentelect
elect presidentelect is also elected to the govern governing
ing governing board of the American Institute
of Physics.
The AAPT, one of five national
physics societies, is the second
largest in size with over 10,000
members from universities and
colleges throughout the nation.
Ballard, organizer of the Florida
section of the AAPT, served as
its first president.

Page 3

for this year. His
duties will include
planning the June
meeting of the
AAPT to be held
in New York at
St. Lawrence
University, and
the annual meet meeting
ing meeting to be held in
January at Chi Chicago.
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:, The Florida Alligator, Friday, February 24, 1967

50,000 Americans
Hit Viet Cong
Headquarters

SAIGON (UPI) ~ Almost 50,000
Americans in one of the greatest
drives in U. S. military history
South China
Mao Forces
Struggle
HONG KONG (UPI) Commun Communist
ist Communist China announced Thursday that
pro-Mao forces have launched a
stormy, all-out mass struggle in
southwest China where opposition
to Communist party Chairman Mao
Tse-tung is believed to be stron strongest.
gest. strongest.
An official New China News
Agency NCNA dispatch monitored
in Hong Kong said many people
have been purged, beaten, jailed
and killed in Chunking by anti-
Mao elements in the past few mon months.
ths. months.
It was one of the few official
Peking reports in which the Com Communists
munists Communists have admitted that Maos
cultural revolution has claimed
lives.
In Moscow, the Soviet press
called Mao a madman. It claim claimed
ed claimed his soldiers have fired across
the Sino-Soviet border towards
Russia, and that Russian citizens
have been harassed by loudspea loudspeakers
kers loudspeakers set up on the Chinese side
of the Amur River. No soviet cas casualties
ualties casualties were reported.

House Committee Advises
Fine, Censure for Powell
WASHINGTON (UPI) A special House committee declared Thurs Thursday
day Thursday that Adam Clayton Powell was guilty of gross misconduct.
It said he should be seated in Congress but punished by censure and
a $40,000 fine.
The recommendations of the committee headed by Rep. Emanuel
Celler, D-N.Y., were announced at a news conference. They will be
considered by the House next Wednesday. A move to seat the Harlem
Democrat will require a simple majority of 218 of the 435 members.
The committee said it decided Powell should be seated because
he fulfilled the Constitutions requirements for House membership
he is more than 25 years of age, has been a U.S. citizen for seven
years and is an inhabitant of the state in which he was elected.
The committee recommended that Powell, who already owes $134,-
000 as a result of a suit brought in New York State courts, must reim reimburse
burse reimburse the government at the rate of SI,OOO a month until the $40,000
is paid.
TO all STUDENTS
AND UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL T
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slashed Thursday into what
spokesmen called the guts of
the Viet Cong headquarters jungle.
The first major U. S. combat
parachute jump since the Korean
War opened Operation Junction
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Investigation Returns

NEW ORLEANS (UPI) Ano Another
ther Another figure in Dist. Atty. Jim
Garrisons investigation of the as assassination
sassination assassination of President Kennedy
showed up in Garrisons office
Thursday.
He said David W. Ferrie, the
airline pilot found dead Wednesday
was not one of the possible mem members
bers members of a conspiracy Garrison
believes existed in New Orleans.
But there was still no official
ruling on whether Ferrie died
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David Lewis, 26, who handles
baggage at a Continental trail ways
bus depot and claims to have been
a private detective who knew four
or five members of a 1963 plot
against the President, dropped out
of sight Wednesday night.
He showed up again late Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning at Garrisons office
to say he did not believe Ferrie
was one of the group he knew.
The nude body of Ferrie, a 49-
year-old former Eastern Airlines
pilot, was found in his apartment
Wednesday.
Garrison used the occasion to

call a news conference and de declare
clare declare the dead man was invol involved
ved involved in the events culminating in
the assassination of President
Kennedy."
Dr. Nicholas Chetta, Orleans
Parish County Coroner, Thursday
ruled out murder in Ferrie's dea death.
th. death. Chetta said he ruled out mur murder
der murder because there was no eviden evidence
ce evidence of tissue damage which would
have resulted if the brain hemor hemorrhage
rhage hemorrhage that caused death had been
due to a blow.
There were varying reports of
the time of Ferrie's death, a dis discrepancy
crepancy discrepancy which Garrison termed
one of the mysteries" of the in investigation.
vestigation. investigation.
Justice Dept.,
FBI Refuse
To Comment
WASHINGTON (UPI) Wash Washington
ington Washington sources said today that a
Warren Commission investigation
of a dead New Orleans pilot showed
he had no connection with the Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy assassination.
Both the Justice Department and
the FBI had a firm no comment
when asked about the death of Da David
vid David W. Ferrie or the investigation
being conducted by New Orleans
Dist. Atty. Jim Garrison who had
questioned Ferrie.
But sources who asked not to be
identified told UPI: There's no
need for any investigation. The
allegations of Ferries connection
with an assassination plot were
washed out by the investigations
done for the Warren Com mission."
In an allied development, the
Washington Post reported that
Ferrie had said in an interview
that he believe Oswald had acted
alone in the assassination. In a
copyrighted story, the Posts
Geroge Lardner, Jr., wrote thai
Ferrie had stressed in an inter interview
view interview just before he was found dead
that Oswald was a loner."
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'A Minify li Out RiawPfiw'Tlt'Tiili'
EDDIE SEARS 808 MENAKER STEVE HULL
Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor
v 1 ..
ANDY MOOR 808 BECK
Editorial Editor Sports Editor
Opinions of columnists do non uecessanly reflect the
editorial viewpoint of the Alligator. The only official
voice o t the Alligator staff is the editorial In the left
column.
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Skepticism is something usually re reserved
served reserved for scoffers.
And while we usually dont scoff about
too many things, the death of David Wil William
liam William Ferrie mades us just a bit skep skeptical.
tical. skeptical.
Ferrie is the alleged getaway pilot
in a supposed Kennedy assassination plot.
We use the words alleged and sup supposed
posed supposed because were not sure.
Were not sure if Lee Harvey Oswald
was part of a conspiracy when he shot
John F. Kennedy in Dallas. Nobody is
really sure.
Not the Warren Commission, not the
New Orleans district attorney and --
yes -- not even the Dallas police.
This uncertainly, coupled with a strange
series of events, has made us wonder.
The fact that nine people connected to
the plot in some way have died since
1963 doesnt ease our doubts, either.
The fact that the husband of one of
Jack Rubys strippers (he was also Os Oswalds
walds Oswalds roommate at one time) committed
suicide by jumping through a plate glass
window in Pensacola in 1964 because
he was through running makes us even
more skeptical.
New Orleans District Attorney David
Garrison and his revelation Thursday that
Ferrie would have been arrested within
the week also makes us wonder.
Were not saying there was or wasnt
an assassination plot. Lee Harvey Oswald
might well be the only man who could
have told us that for sure.
But we do say that a reasonable doubt
exists in the minds of the American people.
And as long as this reasonable doubt
exists, President Johnson and the
Congress of the United States owe it to
the people to re-open the investigation,
either through the Warren Commissioner
another group. As it stands now the ass assassination
assination assassination lies in historical limbo. No Nobody
body Nobody is sure.
i
A reasonable doubt exists. It ought to
be answered.
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****** SPEAKING OUT ******
Brewer Case Fight
Really About Values

By ALAN LITHMAN
You look at a man. He had
a beard, perhaps his garments are
not stylishacceptable, if you
please. You have seen him before
and his actions seemed strange.
It is (with respect to historical
syndromes) in vogue to label this
man a radical." Ah yes, now
you have a label, some centrum to
work from. And now you
realize why his behavior seemed so
peculiar. I thought so, you
say. Your conscience is now sat satisfied
isfied satisfied and you may sink back into
your comfortable self-deception.
His beard becomes your lie.
What am Isaying, you ask? Let
me advance. We are the product
of a culture based on values,
values dictated by some other being
or group or God. Those unaware
of this external orientation most
certainly do not wish the respon responsibility
sibility responsibility of the implications, but let
us pursue.
The fraternity cult is a prime
example of this self-perpetuating
myth. its members actions,
conduct reflect a value system
which conforms to some a priori
method of behavior. That is to
say, they defend their way of life
and criticize others by their var variation
iation variation from normalcy, a state
which they will fight to the death
for. But when the origin of such
a doctrine is sought, the mountain
from whence the tablets came be becomes
comes becomes elusive and the buck is
passed (through proper channels,
of course). You see, a beard
in itself is no more volatile than
a London fog. Yet you seem
to make a distinction, as though
they were not merely elements
of a different social sub-cultures.
It is this distinction and other
such distinctions that I wish to
question.
You must keep in mind what I
am doing. That is, analyzing the
very value system which leads peo people
ple people to label others and repress
issues, seeking to know why it

is second nature to say I dont
care when the argument becomes
too convincing. Nobody wants to
assume the responsibility of ques questioning
tioning questioning the status quo, for this
would demand the relentless
search for correction... and so, in
good conscience, no one wants
to question the status quo. Im
happy right where I am. But
where are you?
Your world is one of arbitrar arbitrarily
ily arbitrarily dictated values. Since pro prophets
phets prophets of etiquette have come to
value ivy league clothes, you react
accordingly; it has value, there therefore
fore therefore I want it. The man with the
beard, on the other hand, may
(and I emphasize ma;) decide his
own values: I want it, therefore
it has value. Do you see the
difference? One is indire'* and
unoriginal and the other is self selfdetermined.
determined. selfdetermined. For the sake of auth authenticity,
enticity, authenticity, few radicals are more
than role-players of a different
sort. But the question remains,
where is the value, in the man
or the object? You have been say saying
ing saying the beard defines the man--
but maybe the man defines the
beard.
Let us remove this from the
personal to the political. Author Authority
ity Authority is based upon this same inter interpretation
pretation interpretation of value, justice being
the undefined-definer. This a pri priori
ori priori concept of the knowledge of
right formulates and organizes all
social systems. The national gov government,
ernment, government, the state government, the
university administration, the fra fraternity
ternity fraternity leadersthese bodies, all
within their own over-lapping value
structures, dictate a policy of
ethics to be followed and not ques questioned.
tioned. questioned. But who first establishes
the inherent truth of this synthetic
morality? Let us call this Creator
of RightGod, then. But even if
th lS were true, what man or men
could know it? Thus, without ruling
out the existence of a Supreme
Being, it becomes impossible to
accept that man in his finity of
(SEE HOW PAGE 7)

Campus
Mirror
_ By 808 MENAKER
Alligator Managing Editor
With all the controversy over
UFs next president, one name is
conspicuous by its absence.
O, Orchester McJunkins Jr.,
president of Cow-Cow College in
Laramie, Wyo. would be an ideal
candidate to succeed J. Wayne
Reitz and should be considered
seriously by the Faculty Senate
screening committee.

Think about it.
McJunkins is
closely allied
with the agricul agriculture
ture agriculture industry,
having pioneer pioneered
ed pioneered Cow Cow
College from a
sickly infant in
1965 into a lusty,
squawling brat,
full of life today.
Dr. Reitz is also
closely allied

with agriculture, having served as
agriculture provost here at UF
for many years.
McJunkins is from the far west.
Wyoming is about as far west
as you can go. Reitz is also
from the Far West Having attended
school in Colorado, Dr. Reitz has
close ties out thataway.
McJunkins is a strong athletic
supporter. He served as part parttime
time parttime coach of the horrendous Cow-
Cow College football team in its
first year. It finished with a
10-0 season and beat Montana In Institute
stitute Institute of Mines in the Brahma
Bowl, 57-16. The basketball and
baseball teams of Cow-Cow were
also something of a sensation.
Needless to say, Reitz is one of
the Gators greatest fans. His
ties with athletics are very strong.
He also served as umpire of the
first Alligator-SG softball game
this summer. And despite some
obviously poor calls proven by
the camerahe did a generally
fine job.
Yes, there is a strong parallel
between McJunkins and Reitz. In
fact, its so strong as to be down downright
right downright amazing. With no slight
intended to Dr. Samuel Martin,
Dr. E.T. York or Vice-President
Robert B. Mautz, it appears to me
that McJunkins is the ideal can candidate
didate candidate for the job.
McJunkins for president!!
SHORT STUFF: Greg Johnsons
political sun, already on the wane,
may be eclipsed even further this
fall if Gary Goodrich returns to
school. Goodrich, who dropped out
last trimester, is reported anxious
to get back into school and take
over as head of United Party.
This would be sayonara for Greg
Johnson.
Johnson, who claims to be a
political power, actually is sitting
in the seat Goodrich won in the
fall elections. How about that?
Staff Meeting
All Alligator staff members
are asked to attend a staff
meeting in the Alligator office
this afternoon at 4:30 p.m. An
editorial board meeting will
follow.

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Where Does The $lO Go?

EDITOR:
Begrudgingly, I recently turned $lO over to the
UF as a graduation fee. The threat that graduation
would be withheld unless the money was paid
speeded my financial response. Now that I think
more on the situation, I believe I was hasty and
the University, greedy.
Why should a student pay an extra graduation fee?
It seems to me that tuition fees should cover grad graduation
uation graduation costs. After all, over a four year period a
student shells out over SI,OOO to the university in
order to graduate isnt this fee enough? Why
should graduation be looked on as something extra?
Graduation, I would think, is the natural last step
of a college education. The incoming freshman isnt
assessed an extra fee for orientation, which must
cost a good deal more. Why should the senior, at
Ode To J. Wayne
EDITOR:
Open letter to J. Wayne Reitz (with apol apologies
ogies apologies to e. e. cummings)
mr youse neednt be so spry
concernin questions arty
each has his tastes but as for i
i likes a certain party
gimme the he-mans solid bliss
for youse ideas ill match youse
a pretty girl who naked is
is worth a million statutes.
J. HOLMES, 1 UC
J. GREENFIELD. 4AS

How Far Can Morality Go?

(FROM PAGE 6)
knowledge could receive the under understanding
standing understanding of an absolute sense of
justice.
Man, cut off from any ultimate
morality, imposes his own. Law
then is not justifies by what is
right, but rather by its function
as a means of protecting the indiv individual
idual individual and maintaining an ordered
system. Law in itself is nothing
more than an arbitrary structure
of external values. When an indiv individual
idual individual questions this accepted status
quo, whether it be on the level
of citizen, student or pledge, he is
in reality a radical a raViical
whether he has a beard or not!
And here is what must be recog recognized.
nized. recognized. The criticism by this rad radical
ical radical is aimed at the operational
definition of lawful authority, not
the ethical. That is, he is criti criticizing
cizing criticizing law when it exceeds its
obligation to protect the individual
and maintain an ordered system,
for this is the only value having
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of law itself is ridiculous, for it
is an external value, having as
much meaning in its derivation as
a beard or a London fog.
Thus, as in the case of the ad administration
ministration administration versus Pamme Brew Brewer,
er, Brewer, the issue is not one of nudity,
or even student rights, but one of
how far a self-appointed body of
judges can instutute its authority
on the strength of morality alone.
The case reduces to this. This
administration, as all others, dic dictates
tates dictates values, in themselves val valuable
uable valuable only to the extent they pro protect
tect protect the student and maintain the
ordered functioning ofanaeademic
system. When a value (rule) exists
which does not serve both of these
functions, it is extraneous, mean meaningless
ingless meaningless and unconstitutional. That
is, it no longer protects the indiv individual
idual individual and state, but prohibits and
limits their freedom. To then jus justify
tify justify the value by and undefinable
sense of justice is absurd: and this
becomes an obsession with those
in power.
The case of Pamme Brewer,

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the other end, be assessed for something as natural
and necessary as orientation? Sure graduation exer exercises
cises exercises (or rather exercise, since theres but one per
year) cost (1) the use of Florida Field, (2) the
printing of diplomas by the University Press and
(3) the distribution of caps and gowns (which the
UF probably owns) must run up a few dollars.
It would have to be a very grandiose affair, how however,
ever, however, to run up a $35,000 tab.
At $lO per diploma for 3,500 graduates, this is
the amount collected for graduation last year. Why
for $35,000, the UF could have brought in the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Orchestra to play Pomp and Circum Circumstance,
stance, Circumstance, arranged for a fireworks display saluting
the graduates of each college, fueled the Goodyear
blimp to float overhead with facts and figures on
past graduations, and persuaded Everett Dirksen to
bring his voice south to announce the names of the
graduates.
Since last years graduation didnt quite live up
to the above picture (which is still well within the
financial confines of $35,000), I would say that UF
graduates were overcharged about $lO per person.
I wonder what the leftovers are being used for.
The questions continue. A friend of mine who
graduated last term has yet to receive a degree
with her name spelled properly for $35,000 youd
think names could at least be spelled correctly.
Another friend wondered why he had to pay $lO
to graduate in August, even though there is no
graduation ceremony that term. Enough questions,
Id like a few answers on why the fee and where
it actually goes . after all, I do have $lO in invested.
vested. invested. If we cant have the graduation mentioned
above, Id sorta like my $lO refunded so that I
can buy a good recording of Pomp and Circum Circumstance
stance Circumstance (with the Philadelphia Orchestra); a couple
of Cherry Bombs from Georgia; a large, in inscribed
scribed inscribed helium balloon, and announce my own
graduation in my backyard.
EDGAR BEWLEY, 4JM

thus, becomes one of a student
who perhaps has sought to define
her own values and comes into
conflict with those of the system,
wnat she was punished for was
the fact that her value was thought
to be morally harmful, not consid considering
ering considering the fact that she neither
threatened the freedom of other
students nor hindered the academic
functioning of the university.
Both the beard and Pamme
Brewer are symbols of the ini iniquity
quity iniquity which results fiom a legal
and political system which pro promotes
motes promotes the myth of external values.
Law is to be protective not
definitive. Only man can be defin definitive.
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--100-5-P) (A---100-5-P)
1967 HONDA SPORTS 50. Take
up payments of $15.00 per tno.
Insurance included. Call 372-6230
after 5 p.m. (A-103-2t-P)
for rent
MOBILE HOME 10 x 57 3
bedroom extension in living room.
Carpeted, excellent condition. 376-
9038. (B-103-5-C)
COED Room mate to share spacious
2 bedroom house immediately.
Close to campus. Own room. Rent
$45 per month. Call 378-3315. (B (B---99-st-cL
--99-st-cL (B---99-st-cL
3 BEDROOM and 2 bath, central
air-condition and heat, family
room, screen porch, fenced patio
with child size doll house. Dish Dishwasher-disposal,
washer-disposal, Dishwasher-disposal, electric stove
and oven. Available April 15.
Yearly lease at $170.00 per month.
Call 372-6524. (B-98-10t-c).
' HEY! HAVE YOU HEARD? Colonial
Manor Apts. NOW have Summer
rates of SIOO per month, May thru
August, on all apts. BUT Reser Reservations
vations Reservations MUST be made NOW. Call
or go by Colonial Manor Apart Apartments,
ments, Apartments, 1216 SW 2nd Avenue, 372-
7111. (B-97*10t-c).
TWO BEDROOM Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
kitchen, private bath and entrance,
lights and water furnished. Four
blocks from Campus. Call 378-
5811 or 372-9704. (B-95-10t-c).
ENJOY EVERY MINUTE OF Spring
in the quiet luxury of UNIVERSITY
GARDENS APARTMENTS. You'll
love it! Phone 376-6720, 708
SW 16th Avenue. (B-101-st-c)
FOR RENT OR SALE three bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, two bath home with central
heat. Built in Kitchen, carport
and storage area. Available now.
Call 372-3826. (B-101-10t-c)
TWO OR THREE STUDENT APT.
Living room, kitchen, one bedroom
and bath. Completely furnished,
air-conditioned. All utilities in included.
cluded. included. SIOO per month. Call
376-8463. (B-100-4-C)
real estate
NICE HOME on 1 1/2 acre lot.
One mile west of Medical Center
at 2950 S.W. Archer Rd. 3 Bed Bedroom,
room, Bedroom, bath and half, air-con air-conditioned.
ditioned. air-conditioned. Will sell for appraised
value. Owner will finance. Call
Wayne Mason c/o Ernest Tew
Realty, Inc. 376-6461.(1- 103-5-C)

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wanted
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WANTED TO RENT fora weekend: i
rent (9x9 or larger), sleeping bags,
lanternsL portable stove, and any
other camping equipment. Call
378-3952 or 378-6302. (C-102-3t (C-102-3tnc)
nc) (C-102-3tnc)
NEED ROMMATE IMMEDIATELY:
Large private room in huge house,
very close to campus and stores.
Call or stop by 378-1262, 414
NW 14th St. after 5:30 P.M. (C (C---102-2t-p)
--102-2t-p) (C---102-2t-p)
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED
for two bedroom unfurnished
apartment. Near campus and town.
Call 372-2429 after 5 P.M. (C-100-
4t-c)
YELLOW GARAGE How would you
like to live in one for $27.50 per
month. I need one roommate for
the cheap close (walking distance)
and comfortable apartment. Call
378-5664. (C-102-3t-c)
WANTED ONE MALE roommate
to share apartment at French
Quarter with three others. Ex Expenses
penses Expenses SSO per month. Contact
Joe Southern 376-8317 (C-101-
4t-c)
help wanted
STUDENT or student wife to oper operate
ate operate Justowriters in preparing 6opy
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). I
NOTICE I
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Because of the unusual nature of I
this Sunday's Cinema Society
film, ODD OBSESSION, a ruling j
has been handed down that fiO I
one under 18 may be I
admitted. Proof may be re- j
quired. We apologize to any I
students under 18 who have pur purchased
chased purchased season tickets; the Society
itself feels that the content of
the film is handled with excell excellent
ent excellent taste, and that no one who
plans to attend need fear offense.
However, we ask that all persons
abide by this ruling.
OBldlapjf
IN COLOR 6 and 8 p.m.
MSB AUDITORIUM

| help wanted |
NEED MONEY? The Gainesville
Sun has an opening for a carrier
(Flavet HI) on the University of
Florida campus. Call Now 378-1416
ask for Mr. Cowan. (E-102-st-c)
BUSBOY GOOD HOURS, evening
shifts only. Must be able to work
every weekend. Apply Gino's,
2204 S. W. 13th St. 376-1322.
(E-103-10-C)
WAITRESSES WANTED. Prefer
married girls, must be 21. Even Evening
ing Evening shifts only. Apply Gino's,
2204 SW 13th Street. 376-1322.
(E-103-10-C)
WE ARE IN NEED of a student
to work part time only, dishing
out food in our kitchen. Must
be able to work every weekend.
Apply Gino's, 2204 SW 13th St.
376-1322. (E-103-10-C)
STUDY TOUR OF RUSSIA &
OUTER MONGOLIA, with visits
to Israel, Greece, Turkey, Bul Bulgaria,
garia, Bulgaria, Finland & Denmark. Un Undergraduate
dergraduate Undergraduate & graduate credit
available. Contact: SPICE, Box
8111, University of Miami, or
South Miami ROYAL TOURS,
INC. 7194 Red Road, South
Miami, Florida.
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sensationalist approach to a rather
standard problem, and the result
will probably be rather shocking
to an American audience.* Bos Bosley
ley Bosley Crowther, New York Times.
Coming this Sunday, MSB, 6 and
8 p.m. with travelog of Bali (yes)
(J-102-1-C)
SIG HEILI Picture the WWI fly flying
ing flying AceSnoopy theSlgconquer theSlgconquering
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personal
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RECORD CLUB FOR STUDENTS
ONLY 30% discount on your choice
of any jazz, folk, pop, classical
LP. Send $2.00 for membership
newsletter, price list and catalog
of over 38,000 discount records.
Campus Communications, Box
21 ID, Village Station, New York,
N.Y. 10014 (J-100-Bt-p).
WANTED: People who like to hold
each other while dancing. Great
new sound at Winn jammer. El Trio
Fresco. Winn jammer Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, 9:30 p.m.
520 S.W. 2nd Avenue, 376-9265.
(J-97-7t-c).
LOVER WANTED for black minia miniature
ture miniature poodle, AKC. $25 to prove
contact Mrs. R. K. Geiger, 540
NW 26th Avenue. (J-102-4t-c)
WILL CHARLES SHEPARD secure
first class citizenship for students?
Will Student Government protect
students rights? Sign Day March 3,
Lets hope the sign is positive.
(J-102- st-p)
WILL THE PERSON who picked up
my tan purse at the Delt house
Saturday night, please return my
IDs, keys and glassesl need them.
MPM Jennings. (J-102-2t-p)
autos
WOULD YOU BELIEVE! SIOO
below list. 1964 Fiat HOOD, low
mileage, good tires, in excellent
condition, radio, heater, seatbelts.
$595 Call: Ext. 2832 between
8 a.m. & 5 p.m. (G-101-3t-nc)
1960 AC BRISTOL, new michelin
tires. Many spare parts. Beaut Beautiful
iful Beautiful aluminum body, tube chassis,
light and fast. 378-3353 or Unlv.
ext 2848 S. Boots (G-100-4-C)
ir
1963 FALCON FOR SALE, clean,
low mileage; Triumph 650 motor motorcycle,
cycle, motorcycle, $450. Call 378-1776 after
5:30 P. M. (A 101-st-c)
TR-3 PARTS: Transmission, seats,
gauges, top, curtains, radiator,
rims. Any and all parts. 376-8524.
(G- 102-2 t-p)
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1967 VALIANT FOUR DOOR, Pick
up payments of $75 per month.
Call Mrs. Hinton at Campus Fed Federal
eral Federal Union ext. 2973. (G-101-3t-c)
1958 MGAWITHI962 engine, mach machanically
anically machanically good, body needs some
work. Must sell fast, $275. Call
372-5464. (G-101-3t-c)
1965 FASTBACK MUSTANG. 287
cu. in. 4 speed, chromed wheels
and many extras. Contact R. Litt
after 6 p.m. 372-6078. Leave mes message.
sage. message. (G-97-st-c).
lost-found
LOST Carmichelle, fussy black
puppy with flea collar in NW
section. Miss him muchly. Call
378-4647 after 5 P.M. REWARD.
(L-101-3t-c)
FOUND: Slide from slide rule.
Owner may claim at Circulation
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The Florida Alligator, Friday, February 24, 1967

Its Party Time For Gator Groups

By STEFANIE JARIUS
Alligator Society Editor
PHI GAMMA DELTA
This past week marked the 26th
annual Norris Pig dinner for Fijis
and alumni... Norris Pig?
Fiji weekend begins today. A
bamboo fence is up around the
house, and an elevated bridge bridgeentrance
entrance bridgeentrance adds to the Fiji-land
scene.
ALPHA EPSILON PHI
AEPhi pledges entertained sis sisters
ters sisters Sunday with an old fashioned
ice cream social and singing re review,
view, review, made up by pledges.
Next weekend is Green and White
weekend for AEPhi.
KAPPA ALPHA
KA initiation saw 22 new
brothers join the rolls. They are
David Alfonso, Robert Baggs, Davy
Burner, Paul Dickman, Fred Dob Dobbins,
bins, Dobbins, Jim Drake, Henry Ellis,
Gene Ferguson, Steve Hargrett,
Mark Frost, Bruce Harlan, Bob
Jackson, Ted Leavengood, Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Lynn, Jim Maples, Bob
Moeller, David Mosall, Jimmy
Naff, Bob Norton, Steve Oakley,
Sam Traina, Roger West.
Twelve KAs will be escorts in
the Jeanie with the Light Brown
Hair contest at Stephen Foster
Memorial School.
FLORIDA PLAYERS
Florida Players has 13 new
members: Ronald Lee Fick, Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Gibson, Susan Lane, Claude
A. Pinkson, Sara Rosenberg, Mel Melody
ody Melody Seymour, Diana Lynn Shek,
Diane Marie Walser, Sherry Alice
Warren, Frederic G. Winter, Wil William
liam William Dreisbach, James Mooty,
Alex Kulas.
Lon Winston has been elected
ice president.
Players are presenting Eugene
O'Neill's A Touch of the Poet"
today and Saturday, also next Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday through Saturday.
SIGMA CHI
Weeks of preparation climax
Saturday for many Gator Groups
as the 19th annual Sigma Chi Der Derby
by Derby comes to campus. Parade
forms at 1 p.m. on the ROTC
drill field and will wind along
University and 13th Street to Bro Broward
ward Broward field. Events begin there at
2 p.m.
An open party will be held at
the Sigma Chi house Saturday night
and 11 trophies will be handed out
to Derby winners.
Brother Bill Bovoso became pin pinned
ned pinned to Sharon Ann Hillman. Good
wishes go to the happy pair.
SIGMA KAPPA
Sigma Kappa's White Pearl
weekend ended last week with a day
at Six Gun Territory in Ocala.
At a formal dance in the soror sorority
ity sorority house, which was decorated
like an old southern mansion, Art
Stackpole was crowned sweetheart.
Mrs. Beverly Roberts, national
president, and Mrs. Margaret Tag Taggart,
gart, Taggart, national secretary-treasur secretary-treasurer,
er, secretary-treasurer, were guests Sunday afternoon.
Sandy Bishenauer is an entrant
in the Beauty and the Beast con contest.
test. contest.

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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
Lambda Chi brother Lewis Miles
was named a member of student
body cabinet and will deal with
university relations.
Tracy Bennett and pledge Gor Gordon
don Gordon Mann are new members of
the UF bowling team. Jim Stacey
is activities chairman for Spirit
Club.
Little Sisters entertained bro brothers
thers brothers at a discotheque party Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Rockin Roadrunners"
provided music.
CHI OMEGA
4
Chi O weekend this past week
say John Marmish named 1967
Owlman at a formal banquet-dance
Friday at University Inn. Saturday
a western playday was held at
Cowboy Ranch, complete with hay hayrides,
rides, hayrides, horseback riding and a cook cookout.
out. cookout.
Marsha Goheen is one of five
finalists in the Miss UF contest.
Gloria Rish and Ann Weimer were
tapped for Mortar Board. The
sisters are proud of all these girls.
Mary Lu Milton and Diana Sol Solner
ner Solner are new SAE Little Sisters.
Chi O sisters and pledges rank ranked
ed ranked second in sorority scholarship
this past term.
KAPPA SIGMA
Kappa Sig's pledge-brother foot football
ball football game Saturday found pledges
on the short end. Better luck
next time.
Pledge officers are Bill Hankins,
president; Larry Mitchell, vice
president; Gill Betz, treasurer;
Tom Askey, secretary.
Kappa Sig's Little sisters auc auctioned
tioned auctioned off their housekeeping skills
Tuesday to the highest bidders in
a fund raising "slave sale."
Parties this weekend feature
swamp rat circus themes.
THETA SIGMA PHI
Tlieta Sig president Eunice Tall
represented the chapter at a col college
lege college weekend sponsored by the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago professional chapter in Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, Feb. 17-20. While in Chicago
she spoke with four other coeds
on a WBBM radio program about
campus problems around the coun country.
try. country.
Initiation banquet is planned for
March 5 at the Holiday Inn. Mar Marjorie
jorie Marjorie Paxson, national Theta Sig
president and assistant women's
editor of the Miami Herald, will
be guest speaker.

ALLIGATOR
SOCIETY
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ALPHA EPSIiON PI
AEPi parents weekend begins
today. It will be highlighted by a
banquet Saturday night, followed
by guest speakers.
Brothers defeated pledges, 6-0,
in the annual pledge-brother week weekend
end weekend football game Saturday. The
lone score came with ten seconds
left in the game. Heavy rain didn't
dampen any spirits.
ZETA TAU ALPHA
Zeta's 22 neophytes were init initiated
iated initiated Saturday. These new sisters
are Gaye Anderson, Anne Baird,
Claudia Chapman, Sandra Chap Chappell,
pell, Chappell, Carol Dorsey, Karen Eng,
Carolyn Johnson, Betsy Kintz, Lin Linda
da Linda Lahr, Clare Lipich, Catherine
McClaine, Sherleen Mills, Linda
Moody, Sandra Moore, Sara San Sanders,
ders, Sanders, Pat Scott, Judy Shasek, Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Sivils, Benni Stamm, Pam
Stevens, Kay Sturmer, Kay Us Usborne.
borne. Usborne. A white violet banquet
was held in their honor Sunday.
Diane Devine was tapped for
Theta Sigma Phi, journalism hon honorary
orary honorary for women. Clare Lipich
and Carthy Arvola are new Del Delta
ta Delta Chi Little Sisters.
Sharon Atkins is a contestant
in the annual Engineering Fair.
Congratulations to Judy Rosen Rosenberger,
berger, Rosenberger, recently rapped for Mor Mortar
tar Mortar Board.
DELTA UPSILON
A dinner-social Monday will fea feature
ture feature the introduction of candid candidates
ates candidates in DUs Sweetheart contest.
In the next two weeks a sweet sweetheart
heart sweetheart and court of four will be
chosen.
Greg Mathews and Rhett Rednour
placed first in the Eau Claire
Invitational Debate Tournament
this past week. Barry Hodgin,
Jerry Philips and Mike Madsen
are chapter delegates to DU Pro Provincial
vincial Provincial Conference this weekend
at University of North Carolina.
DELTA GAMMA
DG sisters Caroline Creeny and
Patty Larot were tapped for Mor Mortor
tor Mortor Board Sunday.
Pledges begin inspiration week
Monday; initiations will be held
next weekend.

THETA CHI
Theta Chi Ken Houp is Phi
Mus Carnation Man and John Mar Marino
ino Marino is AOPis Roseman.
- Plans are under way for Flor Florida
ida Florida Festival, convention of the
states Theta Chi chapters, March
4 in St. Petersburg. Attendance
trophy has been in UF chapters
possession for two consecutive
years.
PHI MU
There are 15 new sisters at the
Phi Mu house: Patty Blaisdell,
Bev Bodner, Louise Coeyman,
Anne Falleur, Judy Frantz, Mary
Gordon, Liz Hall, Pat Hbltsclaw,
Margy Householdor, Katherine Ho Howard,
ward, Howard, Cindy Long, Grace Rizzo,
Sally Rosseau, Susan Shivler,
Joyce Vickers. Sandra Lee, a
transfer student from Ole Miss,
is now affiliated with UFs chap chapter.
ter. chapter.
Linda Dinwitty is a new pledge.
Connie Giddens is Phi Mus en entrant
trant entrant in the Sigma Chi Derby
Queen contest.
PHI EPSILON PI
Phi Ep elections resulted in a
new slate of officers. They are
Lenny Mazue, president; Craig
Exner, vice president; Eddie Hi-*
mot and Harris Tobin,treasurers;
Maury dicker, secretary; Steve
Handshu, sergeant-at-arms; Bob
Stern, parliamentarian; Alan
Marks, chaplain.
Annual Phi Ep parents week weekend
end weekend was held last week. Bro Brothers
thers Brothers conducted services at Hll Hlllel
lel Hlllel Foundation Friday night; an
awards banquet was held Saturday
at Ramada Inn.
A recent service project found
brothers giving a party for child children
ren children at Sunland Training Center.
DELTA TAU DELTA
Belt officers for 1967 are Rick
Harder, president; Dave Perry Perryman,
man, Perryman, vice president; Willard
Blitch, recording secretary; Geor George
ge George Abdounour, corresponding sec secretary;
retary; secretary; Mark Warner, guide; Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Kluft, sergeant-at-arms; John
Givens, treasurer; Don Smith, as assistant
sistant assistant treasurer.

TAU KAPPA EPSILON
TKE Carnation weekend is set
for next week with Red Carnation
ball scheduled for the Skyline Room
in Silver Springs Friday. A pic picnic
nic picnic at Rainbow Springs will be
held Saturday with a party plan planned
ned planned that night back at the TKE
house.
Pledge class numbers 19. Most
recent additions are Larry Pow Powell,
ell, Powell, Stephen Hill, Mike Braun (Bil (Billy
ly (Billy Mitchell Drill Team comman commander),
der), commander), Curtis Haverty, Jerry Hol Holly.
ly. Holly.
DELTA DELTA DELTA
During Tri-Delt weekend re recently
cently recently Jim Cummings and Mac
Pate were chosen to share
the Tri-Delt Man Jim Neff
was named Mr. Pine and Dick
Masell is Mr. Pearl.
Sue Nichols and Karen Read
were tapped for Mortar Board;
SuzAnn Hull is one of five final finalists
ists finalists in the Miss UF contest.
DELTA CHI
Delta Chi will hold its annual
spaghetti dinner Sunday for the
benefit of Heart Fund. Dinner will
be served from noon till 7 p.m.
at the Delta Chi house. A dona donation
tion donation of $1 will finance all you
can eat.
A band party was held last week weekend
end weekend and featured music by the
Gross National Products from
Daytona Beach.
KAPPA DELTA
Congratulations go to KD sis sisters
ters sisters Susan Nieman and Judy Sch Schnabel
nabel Schnabel for being tapped to Mortar
Board; also to Jo Young, a fin finalist
alist finalist in the Miss UF contest.
Housemother Mrs. Ruth Boyce
was presented with an amethyst
and setting for her birthday this
past week.
A dessert social was held with
Phi Sig recently; one is planned
soon with the DGs.
PHI KAPPA TAU
Phi Tau beat Beta and Pi Lam
in basketball last week. The bro brothers
thers brothers won their first handball game
of the season.
Pledge-brother games began
this week. First was a challenge
to war game; soccer is next.
New Ethan Allan furniture ar arrived
rived arrived this week and now sits in
the livineroom.
/
PHI SIGMA SIGMA
Five new pledges join Phi Sigs
ranks. They are Helene Rutansky,
Lillie Bessell, Sally Johns, Judy
Weiss, Barbara Lieberman.
A social is planned with theDUs
tonight.
BETA THETA PI
Betas Tom Dioguardi, UF
swimming team captain, has been
elected president of the athletic
council.
F-Club has two Beta officers:
Joe Scafuti (swimming), vice pre president;
sident; president; Dieter Gebhardt (track),
secretary.
New pledges are John Alexan Alexander,
der, Alexander, Paul Richards, Steve Chap Chapman,
man, Chapman, Hank Salzler, John Erick Erickson,
son, Erickson, Larry Klimas, Jorge Del Delvalle,
valle, Delvalle, Joel Brown, Ken Peeples,
Charles Holt, Jim Griner, Bob
Fries, Lance Novak, Tom Bokor,
Rick Prose, George Pringle, Chris
Hall, Jim Bardbury, Jim McNin McNinch,
ch, McNinch, Alex Nicholas and Mike Hart Hartman.
man. Hartman.



Derby Day Comes Again;
Sororities Are Ready

By JO ANN LANG WORTHY
Alligator Society Writer
After weeks of preparation, Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Chi Derby has finally arrived.
Saturday afternoon at 2, girls from
every sorority will compete a against
gainst against each other in a marathon
of crazy events at Derby Field
(alias Broward Field).
According to Jeff Ellis, overall
chairman for Derby this year,
Sigma Chi Derby was organized in
1932 at the University of Southern
California. It spread to the U. of
Ga., and then all through the South,
getting its foothold at the UF in
1948.
Even though it is not nationally
recognized, Ellis said, ideas are

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International Beauty
Has Many Talents

By LORI STEELE
Alligator Society Writer
Holy Chinese fireworks! The new
International Club queen is 61 1/2
inches of exploding interests.
Arriving from Taiwan, better
known as Formosa, only five mon months
ths months ago, sociology graduate student
Lillian Lei was chosen Inter International
national International Club queen two weeks ago.
She wrote, directed and played
the lead in the 20 minute play
which won the Chinese Club third
place in the International Club
talent show. Moulin was an
adaptation of a Chinese poem about
a girl remaining disguised as a
soldier for 20 ,years and becom becoming
ing becoming a general in the army.
For her own event, the 23-
vearold Miss Lei sang* A Phon-
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LILLIAN LEI
. . beauty queen

Friday, February 24, 19C7, The Florida Alligator,

submitted and exchanged at every
workshop.
There are a number of divisions
in Sigma Chi Derby including Derby
Day queen contest, sprit award
competition, and of course Derby
Day itself. Each division is allot alloted
ed alloted a certain number of points;
the sorority accumulating the most
overall points wins Sigma Chi
Derby.
Derby Day is officially opened by
a parade of Sigma Chis and sor sorority
ority sorority groups riding in decorated
convertables, motorscooters and
bicycles across campus. The par parade
ade parade forms behind the ROTC build building,
ing, building, travels down University and
13 th streets and finally reaches
Derby Field.
Each sorority will have a lead

yang Flower Drum Song," no re relation
lation relation to the American version.
Formerly a member of the Tung Tunghei
hei Tunghei University Choir, she was
also voted the American equivalent
of Miss Congeniality by her
college graduating class.
I like to cook and swim very
much, says the slightly freckle frecklefaced
faced frecklefaced beauty. I was captain of
the swim team in high school and
in college -- where there were
only four of us.
, .man is assistant to Ur. Ruth
Albrecht, professor M^ciology
TJ^ ZZ
.earned anything new m reading
the textbook use(i l she
"} way of
dating, hut when somebody ask me
-> u . l f eAelf as conserva-
Labe h T R has had a date in
live, she has of a ve ry
America, an ig apply
so he can come
'"I she emphatically says,
not going steady.-

There is dating in Taiwan, but
Chinese girls have their own sys system.
tem. system. A boy may have to ask a
girl several times to go out with
him before gives a definite
answer. Using this method, she
can be sure other boys will not
think she is going steady because
she accepted a date the first time
a boy asked.

car for its queen contestant and
Sigma Chi pledge, who will be
involved in later events. Part
of the parade will include judging
for the best decorated car.
Derby Field is a large square
of Broward field which has been
sectioned off for the days events.
This main area is for compet competition
ition competition while the perimeter area
is roped off into 14 small boxes.
Each box is given to a sorority
and is used for a cheering section
during the events.
There are nine actual events
during the afternoon. Included in
these are the Dizzy LeMans, which
is a tricycle race, and an egg
tossing contest.
The Zipper Strip is a relay of
four girls. The first must start
at one end of the field, race to
the other end, jump into a sleep sleeping
ing sleeping bag, change clothes, race back
to the next girl on her team --who
must then do the same thing.
And so it goes until all four
girls have changed and are back
at the starting line.
Bombs Away is an egg dropping
contest. One girl lays down with
a cup in her mouth, one of her
sorority sisters stands on a chair
over her and tries to drop raw
eggs into the cup. The first girl
to get two eggs in her partners
cup is the winner.
There are also two mystery
events. All that is needed to win
these is a little bit of skill, a
little luck and lots of courage.
A traditional contest on Derby
Day is the Pledge Dress Up.
Each sorority gets one Sigma Chi
pledge to decorate in any manner,
using any theme. The pledge
usually doesnt mind his strange
costume, unless of course the
girls are planning to shave his
legs or head ( it has happened).
The derby Queen contest was
judged Feb. 11 at Silver Springs.
The winner will be announced to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon.
Also the winner of the Sparking
Spirit Award will be announced
at th Derby. This award is given
to th( sorority showing the most
spirit firing the week prior to
Derby. This award prompted a
week arrayed with banners, der derbies
bies derbies and songsa week highlighted
by raids on the Sigma Chi house
and practice sessions for Derby
Day events.
Each sorority was given two
Derby Daddies who acted as ad advisors
visors advisors to the girls. These Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Chi brothers helped practice
sessions and built spirit among the
girls.
The best part of being a Derby
Daddy, said DG Derby Daddy
Tom Mussen, is the day itself
and, of course, meeting the girls.
Woody Leonard last years Tri
Delt Derby Daddy, added that there
are certain hazards which nat natually
ually natually go with the job.
Last year, he said, I was
hit in the face with a dough pie.
1 wouldnt have minded so much
except we had already lost the
contest.

Radio To Cover
Derby Events
Gainesvilles Radio WUWU will
be broadcasting on Sigma Chi
Derby Day from Broward Field.
It will be the first time on-the on-thespot
spot on-thespot radio coverage has been pro provided
vided provided for the activity.
Bob Kehoa, a WUWU disk jockey
and a UF public relations major,
told the Alligator he and Jeff
Williams, of Sigma Chi, will broad broadcast
cast broadcast from a mobile unit between
2 and 4:30 p.tn.

CHURCH DIRECTORY

Page 11

North Central Baptist Church
404 n. w I 4 T h AVC
Gainesville. Flomida
1 The Difference
1 Is Worth
I The Distance'
N. B. Langford, Jr.
Pastor
First Lutheran
Church
Worship Sunday, 10 am
Wednesday, 7 pm
Bible Study Sunday, 9 am
Fellowship
Sunday Supper 6 pm
Student Center & Church
1801 NW sth Avenue
United Church
Os Gainesville
UCC: Congregation'll E&R
Merged
Temporary Location
402 W. University
Worship 9:45 am
Coffee Break 10:35 am
Seminars 10:55 am
Phone 378-3500
Hillel Foundation
Friday, February 24
3-5:30 Registration
6:15 Welcome and Dinner
8 Services: Lecture by
Dr. Groner
Theme: The Jewish-Christian
Dialogue February 25
9-10 Continental Breakfast
1:15 2 Lunch
7-8 Dinner Banquet
9 midnight Social at the TEP
House
Sunday, February 26
9:45 Breakfast
10:45 Workshops
noon Summary of Institute
Activities
St. Auqustine Chapel
CATHOLIC STUDENT CENTER
1738 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.
MASS SCHEDULE:
SUNDAY MASSES 9:30, 11:00 1
a.in. arid 5:15 n m
MII,Y MASSES 11 a.m. and 5:15
*. ''FfLsSiO.NS 5p Ti.es.'
Tfi'i fi. 11 i.! I I

This Religion Page is made available by the Alligator to provide
publicity and advertising space for Gainesville churches and
student centers.
All churches and religious organizations are urged to contribute
to the Religion News" section of The Alligator. All material
must be typed in full, double-spaced. Deadline is 5 p.m. Tuesday
of each week.
Groups wishing space in the Church Directory should contact
The Alligator Advertising Department.
RELIGION NEWS

The Church and Social Change
is the theme of the Busby Mem Memorial
orial Memorial Lecture Series at the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian University Center. Sunday
evening at 8:15, Dr. Don Shriver,
director of experimental study of
religion and society at North Car Carblina
blina Carblina State University, will speak
on Can the Church Change
Society'. A noon luncheon on Mon Monday
day Monday will precede his address on
The Church and Political Change.
Phone 370-3851 lor reservations.
His final topic will be The Church
and Economic Change** Monday
night at 8.

Assembly
of God
Morris Hyatt, Pastor
9:45 Sunday School
11:00 Morning Worship
7:00 Evening Worship
Wed. 7:30 Prayer Meeting
Fri. 7:00 Christ Ambassadors
For Transportation, 376-4855
West side Baptist
Church
4039 Newberry Road
Jack A. Shaw, Pastor
Sunday School 9:45 am
Morning Worship 11:00 am
Training Union 6:15 pm
Evening Worship 7:30 pm
Wednesday 7:15 pm
WELCOME
Jfirai
(Cljurcl|
425 W. University Ave.
Free Bus Transportation
Schedule Posted in Dorms
Holy Trinity
Episopal Church
8 am Holy Communion
9:30 Morning Prayer
Sermon Church School
11:00 Morning Prayer
Sermon
(First Sundays, Holy
Communion all 3 services)
Methodist-fresbyterian
University Ave. at 14th St.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT
Open House at Wesley
SUNDAY
10 a.m. Student Seminar (Wes (Wesley
ley (Wesley Foundation)
8:15 p.m. Dr. Don Shriver Can __
the church change society?
(Presbyterian Center)
MONDAY
12:30 p.m. The Church and
Political Change
8 p.m. The Church and Econ Economic
omic Economic Change
(Presbyterian Center)
TUESDAY
12:15 p.m. Sandwich Seminar
(Wesley Foundation)
THURSDAY
9:30 Holy Communion
(Wesley Chapel)
Queit study library open daily
til midnight at Presbyterian
Center

* T
Theme for the third annual Hil Hillel
lel Hillel Regional Institute being held
on campus this weekend is The
Jewish-Christian Dialogue. Rabbi
Oscar Groner, assistant national
director of the Bnai Brith Hill el
f oundation, is the keynote speaker.
k
The regular meeting of the Unit Unitarian
arian Unitarian Fellowship this Sunday at
11 a.m. will be addressed bv Lev.
Charles McGehee, minister of the-
First Unitarian Church of Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville.



, The Florida Alligator, Friday, February 24, 196 /

Page 12

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Orange and
ass BLUB BULLETIN
Office, Florida Union
Campus Calendar

Special Notices: Applications now being considered
for Union Board Committees: Dance, Recreation,
Fine Arts, Orange and Blue, Hostess, International,
Films, and Public Relations. Apply 315 Union
Applications for membership in the Fla. Blue Key
honorary leadership fraternity are nov available
in the offices of the college deans and at the
Fla. Union information desk. Deadline, Fri.,
March 10.
Friday, February 24
Movie: A Time to Love and a Time to Die,
MSB Aud., 7 & 9:25 p.m.
Chess Club, 215 Union, 7 p.m.
Dance Committee: Dance featuring The Better Half,
and go go dancers, Hideaway Discotheque, 8 p.m.
25$ admission for men.
Fla. Players: A Touch of the Poet, Norman Aud.,
8 p.m.
Univ. Lecture Series: Lord Caradon, Dangers and
Hopes at the U.N., Univ. Aud., 8:15 p.m. Recep Reception
tion Reception following the lecture in Union Bryan Lounge
Mensa Lecture: Dr. Rene Lemarchand, The
American Negro in Africa, 103-B AFA, 8:30 p.m.

Address All Administrative and General Notices
to the Division of Informational Services, Building H.
ETS GRE: The Graduate Record Examination will
be given Saturday, Feb. 25, 8:45 a.m. in Walker
Auditorium.
ID CARD PHOTOS: Identification photographs will
be taken every Friday, 8 a.m. 12 noon, at Photo Photographic
graphic Photographic Section, Building L. There will be a $5
fee for replacing lost or stolen ID cards. Anyone
finding an ID card should return it to Photographic
Services, where it will be kept on file.
REMOVAL OF I GRADES: Feb. 27 is the dead deadline
line deadline for removing I grades (excluding 699 and 799)
for all graduate students who wish to receive their
degrees on April 22.

Students in the following courses are expected to
take the following tests. Each student must bring a
No. 2 lead pencil and will be required to use his
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER.
CMS 171 PROGRESS TEST: Tuesday, Feb. 28,
7 p.m. Students whose last names begin with: (A-
Z) report to Little 201, 203, 205, 207, 213, 215,
219, 221, 223, 225, 227, 233, 235, 237 or 239.
MS 206 PROGRESS TEST: Tuesday, Feb. 28,
7 p.m. Students whose last names begin with: (A-L)
report to Matherly 2,3, 4,5, 6,7, 8,9, 10, 11, 12,
13, 14, or 16; (M-Z) report to Matherly 102, 105,
108, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118 or 119.
MS 207 PROGRESS TEST: Tuesday, Feb. 28,
7 p.m., in Walker Auditorium.
MS 208 PROGRESS TEST: Thursday, March 2,
7 p.m. in Walker Auditorium.

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Administrative Notices

Progress Tests

Saturday, February 25
Forestry Club: Pulpwood Cut, Austin Carey Forest,
8 a.m.
Pi Sigma Epsilon: Smoker, 215 Union, 7:30 p.m.
Fla. Players: ATouch of the Poet, Norman Aud.,
8 p.m.
Movie: Teahouse of the August Moon, MSB Aud.,
7 & 9:15 p.m.
Sunday, February 26
Unitarian Fellowship: Church Services, Fla. Union,
11 a.m.
Union Board: Duplicate Bridge, 215 Union, 1:30p.m.
Univ. Symphony Orchestra Concert: Sara Mae Endich,
soprano, Univ. Aud., 4 p.m.
Flh. Cinema Society: Odd Obsession, MSB Aud.,
6 & 8 p.m.
Lutheran Student Association: Discuss Original Sin,
at Center, 6:30 p.m.
Arts and Crafts Center: Fundamentals of weaving,
120 Union, 7:30 p.m. Anyone interested is invited
to attend.

FALL ORIENTATION GROUP LEADERS: Students
with at least a 2.0 average may sign up to interview
for group leaders and staff positions Feb. 20-24,
Feb. 27, March 6 and March 13, from 1-4:30 p.m.,
Information Desk, Tigert Hall. Interviews will be
held Feb. 27 through March 17, from 2:30- 4:30 p.m.,
Dean of Mens Office. Graduate students will be in interviewed
terviewed interviewed Feb. 28, 2:30 4:30, Dean of Me# s Office.
ORANGE & BLUE DEADLINES: All notices for
Orange & Blue Bulletin must be received by 9 a.m.
of the day prior to publication. Deadlines are Friday
for Monday publication, Tuesday for Wednesday pub publication
lication publication and Thursday for Friday publication. Notices
should be typed and signed and sent to the Division of
Informational Services, Building H, campus. Items
for the Campus Calendar should be sent to the Public
Functions Office, Florida Union.

MS 205 PROGRESS TEST: Thursday, March 2,
7 p.m. Students whose last names begin with: (A-L)
report to Matherly 2,3, 4,5, 6,7, 8,9, 10, 11, 12,
13, 14 or 16; (M-Z) report to Matherly 102, 105,
108, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118 or 11.9,
General
Notices
FLORIDA UNION BOX OFFICE: Tickets now on
sale for W. H. AUDEN, UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA,
FLORIDA PLAYERS A Touch of the Poet, AND LUV.
EUROPEAN GROUP FLIGHTS: Round-trip jet flight
(from New York Lisbon London New York) a available
vailable available to faculty, staff and students and their
families. Flight (including Lisbon tour and hotel fare)
is $350 per person, running from June 26 Sept. 12.
For information contact Donald L. Pevsner, 372-7772.
(April flight cancelled.)

Monday, February 27
UF Swimming Team: Fla. vs. East Carolina, Fla
Pool, 4 p.m.
ASME Meeting: Mr. F. J. Trotter, Instrument
Engineering and Maintenance," 273 E & I, 7:30 p.m.
Sigma Xi: Dr. A. J .Goldstein, A Heuristic Approach
to Large Problems," 207 Leigh, 7:30 p.m.
Union Board: Dance Lessons, Union Social Room,
7:15 p.m.
Gator Sailing Club: : meeting, 121 Union, 7:30 p.m.
Education Lecture: Dr. Estelle Fuchs, Anthropology
and Education," Norman Aud., 8 p.m.
Univ. Symphony Orchestra Concert: Sara Mae Endich,
soprano, Univ. Aud., 8:15 p.m.
FLORIDA UNION BOX OFFICE:
W.H. Auden; Fla. Players; LUV: Univ. Orchestra;
THE PLAYGROUND, 50?; and Senator Pastore,
students only, 50?.
On Sale Monday, February 27
W.H. Auden; Fla. Players; LUV: Univ. Orchestra;
THE PLAYGROUND: Senator Pastore, Faculty &
Staff $ Gen. Adm., SI.OO and Pittsburgh Symphony,
students only, 2/ID.
Placement
Notices
Students must be registered with the Placement
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weeks in advance of the interview date at Building H.
All companies will be recruiting for April and August
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year unless an increase is ap approved
proved approved by the Legislature in the
upcoming session.
Ttte state Budget Commission

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Reasonable Tuition Increase Seen

recently followed the recommen recommendation
dation recommendation of the Board of Regents and
voted down a proposed increase in
tuition from S3OO to $375 an aca academic
demic academic year.
Turlington also said he didnt
expect the Legislature to approve

a measure relieving state univer universities
sities universities of the responsibility for off offcampus
campus offcampus student activities.
The responsibility of the stu students
dents students is to some degree going to
be saddled on the institutions no
matter what.
Turlington said he didnt think
the present trend in extending stu students
dents students rights would eventually lead
to universities losing control of
their off-campus activity.
The conduct of students will
to some degree be the respon responsibility
sibility responsibility of the administration.
You cant get away from rules
and regulations no matter where
yo go.
When quizzed about possible
change in the financial autonomy
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of UFs Athletic Association, Tur Turlington
lington Turlington uncommittingly said he dis disagree
agree disagree with State Senator Jack
Mathews wno is seeking a change
in the setup.
Mathews recently called on the
Board of Regents to propose legis legislation
lation legislation that would place responsi responsibility
bility responsibility of the Athletic Association
funds with the Regents rather than
with the private cooperation now

Underage Drinkers Beware

are no incidents.
Recently IFC President Manny
James issued a memo to all fra fraternity
ternity fraternity presidents asking them to
curtail all underage alcohol con consumption.
sumption. consumption.
According to James a rash of
drinking incidents caused him to
issue the statement.
Almost every week someone
has been arrested for driving while
intoxicated (DWI) or disturbing
the peace. We just had to crack crackdown.
down. crackdown. James emphasized.

managing the association.
I am definitely not taking the
position that there should not be
any change," he said, "but it must
be looked into."
Turlington announced at the
close of the forum that within the
next week he will name a new
chairman for the House Appropri Appropriations
ations Appropriations Committee.

Frcm Page 1

Fraternities and off-campus
housing areas are not bothered
by the Gainesville police.
"We are mainly concerned with
establishments which are licensed
to sell liquor" Capt Angel said.
Angel noted his force has never
raided a fraternity party. We just
try to keep the noise down.
"If a Gainesville neighbor is issues
sues issues a complaint, I simply send
a patrolman to have the party
quited down. Whether it is a fra fraternity
ternity fraternity party or held off campus.

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t, The Florida Alligator, Friday, February 24, 1967

MARGARET BEISTLE IN A POIGNANT MO MOMENT
MENT MOMENT From the Florida Players pro production
duction production of A Touch of the Poet. The play
will run tonight and Saturday night at 8
p.m. at Norman Hall Auditorium. It will
also be presented March 1-4.
p rjfMusical Scene =.
I iJ WITH REID POOLE
| 1 Chairman, Department of Music

The University of Florida Sym Symphony
phony Symphony Orchestra, with nationally
prominent soprano soloist Sara Saramae
mae Saramae Endich, will present what
promises to be one of the finest
concerts ever presented by a Univ University
ersity University of Florida musical organiz organization
ation organization in two performancesSunday
at 4 p.m. and Monday at 8:15
in University Auditorium. Con Conducted
ducted Conducted by Edward Troupin, the
regular music director of the orch orchestra,
estra, orchestra, the concert is for the ben benefit
efit benefit of the Cleva J. Carson Mem Memorial
orial Memorial Music Scholarship Fund at
the University of Florida.
Students may obtain tickets on |
their I,D. cards. For all others,
i*#ckeik *;
iA Miss Endich will sing arises feyi
Mozart, Johann Strauss andGou- y
! node In addition, Troupin will
i r conduct the orchestra in compos compos
compos i,tions by Debussy, Stravinsky, 4nd
! Wagner. f *
4"
JTh* JMveisj&y., Orchestra U*,
a'
Wm
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SARAMAE ENDICri
... to preform here

sponsored jointly by the University
Student Government and the De Department
partment Department of Music.
Among Miss Endichs notable
successes are concerts in New
York City, as soloist with such
distinguished organizations as the
Cantata Singers, the American
Chamber Orchestra, Clarion Con Concerts
certs Concerts and the Brooklyn Phil Philharmonia,
harmonia, Philharmonia, and at Lincoln Center
appearing with Benny Goodman
in a performace of Schuberts
The Shepherd on the Rock.
Evidence of the kaleidoscopic
range of her artistic activities
is provided by a quick survey
of recent activities, which includ included
ed included for Miss Endich recital and
orchestral engagements from
coast to coast; major television
appearances; four recordings for
RCA Victor and her debut at the
famed Glyndelbourne Festival in
the title role of Monteverdis
Coronation of Poppea.
When the American premiere of
Igor Markevitchs new work,
Cantate for soprano and orch orchestra,
estra, orchestra, was given at the Festival
of Potsdam, New York, Miss En Endich
dich Endich was the soloist.
Numerous performances with
the Boston Symphony, both at Tan Tanglewood
glewood Tanglewood and in Boston, as well as
frequent appearances with the
Cleveland Orchestra in Cleveland
and on tour, are staples of her
concert activities.
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Students Know Your Rights
Honor Court Offical Says

By LOUISE OLSON
'. Alligator Correspondent
Has your room* ever been searched? Have you
ever been taken to the Campus Police Station? If
so, were you aware that as a UF student you had
certain rights?
What good are your rights unless you know
about them?** said J. B. Hank Murphy, chief
defense counsel of the Honor Court.
Murphy made it clear that he was speaking in
the capacity of one of several interested students,
and not as an official of the Honor Court. He wants
to inform the students of their rights at the time
of arrest, during investigation, and in relation to
any violation over which the university takes juris jurisdiction.
diction. jurisdiction.
Rights have been established under our law,
Murphy said, but they are useless unless demanded
by the student when the occasion arises. They dont
spring automatically to his defense, nor do they
appear spontaneously as so many IBM cards from
Tigert. To invoke their protection, one must de demand
mand demand them.
Regent incidents on the campus and before the
Faculty Discipline Com mittee call for a restatement
of these rights, says Murphy.
RIGHTS AND DUTIES AT TIME OF ARREST
INCLUDE:
You must not resist even when innocent.
You must obey the orders of the officer.
You must not argue or talk back.
You must give name, address, and student
number if asked to show identification.
BUT, YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO:
Refuse to give explanations or information
or make any statements.
Refuse to answer any questions (other than
name and address).

Advanced ROTC Given Quota

By BILL DOUTHAT
Alligator Staff Writer
The advanced Army ROTC unit
was issued a quota of 140 mem members
bers members to be effective this Septem September,
ber, September, according to Col. Arlo W.
Mitchell, Army ROTC head.
I can only surmise there is
the (Pentagons) assumption that
the Vietnam war will be over in
two years, said Mitchell.
Since those who will be enter entering
ing entering the advanced program will not
serve as officers until they gra graduate,
duate, graduate, the current demand for of-

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ficers will not be effected, he said.
He felt that this was the ration rationale
ale rationale behind the Pentagons decis decision
ion decision to set the quota.
The quota, however, does not af affect
fect affect junior college transfers who
are eligible for the program. Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell said that they can admit
as many as are eligible. Other
come up through the required RO ROTC
TC ROTC program.
The quota means that a higher
type individual will be selected for
advanced training. Col. Mitchell
said that he was in charge of sel selection.
ection. selection.

Refuse permission to search your car
or room.
Your room may not be searched unless the
police have a search warrant.
RIGHTS WHEN AT THE CAMPUS POLICE STA STATION
TION STATION ARE:
To be told what the charge is against you.
To refuse to answer questions or give in information
formation information or statements.
Anything you say may be used against you,
even if you dont write it or sign it.
To request and call counsel immediately.
You have the right to make as many phone
calls as are necessary to procure counsel.
CAUTION: It is possible to waive your right to
counsel by signing a form which will be presented
by the police. Be sure you thoroughly understand
before signing.
Many law students have played an active role in
securing the list of student rights. Among them are
Barry Kempson and James Panico. Murphy hopes to
establish a special committee of the Honor Court
Bar Association to make a further study of student
rights, and employ methods of guaranteeing them.
Kempson, after helping compile the above list
of rights, stated, Something like this is necessary,
not solely for the protection of the students, but
because these rights are fundamental and invalu invaluable.
able. invaluable.
Our goal is that a list of these rights will be
handed out to all students. It should become an
established thing to be distributed in the orientation
packet. It fits into the general picture that students
are old enough and mature enough to accept respon responsibility
sibility responsibility and have rights, Kempson concluded.
The list of rights, according to Murphy, has
been the outgrowth of interest shown by the students
in the College of Law.

There are currently 240 in ad advanced
vanced advanced Army ROTC, including
transfers.
Orientation
Leaders
Interested students may sign up
for Orientation leader interviews
today, Feb. 27, March 6 and March
13 at the Information Desk in Ti Tigert
gert Tigert Hall from 1 to 4:30 p.m.
Graduate students wishing to
work with the upper division
transfers should sign up for inter interviews
views interviews Feb. 28 from 2:30 p.m. to
4:30 p.m. in the Dean of Mens
Office.



Cheerleaders Hold Tryouts;
rain Sessions Mandatory

Florida Cheerleaders will hold
ryouts fro the 1967-68 squad
Hdarch 10 at 3:30 p.m. following
S two-week mandatory clinic for
Candidates.
H The clinic will start Monday,
Ceb. 27 at 4 p.m. at Florida
Hri e id. Candidates should dress for

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Friday, February 24, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

dra Stallings, Kathy Zych, Mar Marsha
sha Marsha Nan Goheen, Shirley Bell,
Jill Bebout, Judy Nesler, Babs
Harkness, Janis Biewend, Lor Loraine
aine Loraine Sadler, and Sandy Unger.
Others, seated (left to right)
are Sharon Lynn, Barbara Fis Fischer,
cher, Fischer, Sharon Atkins, Linda
Saunders, Barbara Green,
Sandy McGinnis, and Shari No Nolan.
lan. Nolan.
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/Museum
Collection
Hidden
Why must the largest single gift
ever made to the UF be hidden
from public view?
Due to the lack of space in the
Florida State Museum the Leigh
M. Pearsall collection of Indian
artifacts is put away instead of
being displayed.
This collection is valued at more
than a half a million dollars and is
i'ja behind cabinets and closed
doors in the Seagle Building where
the museum is located.
Dr. J. D. Dickinson, the museum
director, said, Without question
we are the largest and most active
scientific museum in the south southeast.
east. southeast.
Although the museum, created in
1917 by the state, is the largest
in the southeast, its quarters are.
woefully inadequate. This situation
hopefully will be remedied in the
near future with the building of the
new Florida State Museum.
The new museum will be located
on the Florida campus with con construction
struction construction beginning after the
sum of $2,262,650 has been reach reached
ed reached to build it.
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Illinois Big Ten Membership
Contingent Upon Dismissals

CHICAGO (UPI) The Univer University
sity University ol Illinois, its Big Ten mem membership
bership membership contingent upon dismissal
of three athletic coaches, gets an
opportunity for a full review of its
alleged violations next week before
an appellate board, comprising the
conference faculty representa representatives.
tives. representatives.
The university, ordered Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday by the conference athletic
directors to give up its member membership
ship membership or dismiss football coach Pete
Elliott, basketball coach Harry
Combes and assistant basketball
coach Howie Braun, announced
Thursday it would appeal the de decision.
cision. decision.
The appeal must be heard by
the conference faculty group, and
it will be the No. 1 item for dis discussion
cussion discussion at the regular faculty
meeting scheduled for three days
beginning March 2.

Carilott Tabbed As
Tech Defensive Coach

ATLANTA (UPI) Coach Bud
Carson of Georgia Tech Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday named Vince Carilott of Mich Michigan
igan Michigan State University the
best man in the nation as
Techs new defensive coach.
Carilott, 38, who was defensive
backfield coach at football pow powerhouse
erhouse powerhouse MSU the past seven years,
assumes the position held by Car Carson

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The faculty will go into the case
for a complete new look, and will
have a blank check for its de decision.
cision. decision. There is no precedent in
the case to furnish guidance of
any type.
Thus the faculty could insist
upon the penalty of discharge of
the coaches ordered by the ath athletic
letic athletic directors. It could maintain
that penalty and at the same time
impose a penalty on the school
as an institution.
It could modify the penalty on
the coaches and impose a penalty
on the school.
Its a whole new case, as far
as the facility is concerned.* a
conference spokesman said.
They can do about anything they
want to do.
The faculty has been assured of
hearing details of the case because
only the faculty group can impose

son Carson himself until only recently
when he took over as head coach
from Bobby Dodd who retired.
If I had my pick of every
coach in the nation,* Carson said,
Vince would be my first choice
to coach our defensive secondary
and head up the defense over-all.
Carson revealed he used MSUs
basic ideas to set up Techs fam famous
ous famous wrecker defense.*

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Butch Van Fleet. Standing (left
to right) Bill Koss (asst,
coach), Ed Lucko, Ken Tom Tomlinson,
linson, Tomlinson, Ken Fowle, Nick Fot Fotiou,
iou, Fotiou, and Paul Morton (head
coach).

the penalty of ineligibility on an
athlete. Twelve Illinois athletes,
five of them basketball players
and the other seven in football,
were suspended from competition
by the university in December.
However, the faculty will go over
the evidence pertaining to each of
the players on an individual basis
and will make a decision in each
case individually. By conference
rule, the athletes are subject to
permanent ineligibility at every
Big Ten school for receiving illegal
aid.
All were known to have received
cash payments of sls to SSO per
month over the permissible limit
of board, room, tuition and books.
Elliott, Combes and Braun were
known to have approved the pay payments,
ments, payments, the violation which resulted
in the order to the university that
they be discharged.
One loophole which the univer university
sity university could adopt and still comply
with the current order, while also
retaining the coaches on the staff
would be to transfer them to the
physical education department in a
professorial capacity.
This would remove them from
intercollegiate athletics, the only
phase under Big Ten supervision.
University president David
Dodds Henry, in announcing that
the university would appeal and
show cause* why the coaches
should be retained, said the penalty
was too harsh.*

SPORTS

i, The Florida Alligator, Friday, February 24, 1967

Page 16

Nine Teams Given
NCAA Invitations

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI)
Defending champion Texas Wes Western,
tern, Western, seventh-ranked Houston,
12th-rated Utah State, Seattle Uni University
versity University and five eastern college
powers today were extended at atlarge
large atlarge invitations by the NCAA to
compete in its 29th annual Nation National
al National Collegiate basketball champion championships.
ships. championships.
The bid to Seattle, which has a
17-5 record and victories over
Texas Western and defending NIT
champion Brigham Young, meant
that only nine at-large invitations
were extended.
t
Eastern teams invited to play
in the NCAA tournament, which be begins
gins begins March 11, were 10th-ranked

Soccer Doesnt Hurt
Field, Prexy Says

. PITTSBURGH (UPI) The pre president
sident president of the newly formed Na National
tional National Professional Soccer Lea League
gue League Tuesday chided critics who
contend playing soccer on a pro professional
fessional professional baseball diamond is a
groundskeeper's headache.
It is a false premise that soc soccer
cer soccer tears up a playing field,"
said Robert Hermann. Grounds Groundskeepers
keepers Groundskeepers at several major league
parks where soccer has been play played
ed played during baseball season report
they have no difficulty in getting
the field back in shape."
Hermann, here for a meeting
of league officials, made his com comments
ments comments in response to recent re reports
ports reports that baseball commissioner
William D. Eckert has been ask asked
ed asked to rule on the use of base baseball
ball baseball parks for soccer.
Soccer players average 160
pounds compared with pro foot football
ball football players at about 230 pounds,
he said. There are no dig-in

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Boston College, 16-2, 17th-ranked
St. Johns, 19-3, 20th-rated Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Tech, 17-4, Dayton, 20-4, and
the winner of the Ivy League, which
will probably be decided Saturday
night when sixth-ranked Princeton,
20-2, hosts Cornell, 18-3.
if all nine bids are accepted it
would mark the third straight year
a 23-team field would compete for
the championship, which begins
March 11.
A maximum of 11 at-large teams
could be selected.
Texas Western, an underdog last
year when it beat top-ranked Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky in the NCAA finals, is ranked
ninth nationally this year and
sports a 17-5 record.

mass scrimmages with 22 play players
ers players in a heap. Furthermore, they
wear light weight equipment and
shoes with small running cleats
similar to baseball spikes."
He pointed out that every year
baseball parks are used for foot football
ball football and have been restored for
play sometimes in less than 48
hours.
Baltimore during the past sea season
son season had a pro football game prior
to the World Series," Hermann
added. ;
The season for the 10- team soc soccer
cer soccer league opens April 16, about
the time baseball season opens,
and ends Sept. 3. Pittsburgh, St.
Louis, Atlanta, Baltimore and New
York will play on major league
baseball diamonds while the base baseball
ball baseball team is on the road. Each
team will play 16 home games.
A spokesman for the league said
in all instances at least 48 hours
is required to get the field in shape
after a soccer game.



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Mississippi State
UFs 20th Victim?

For Florida, Saturday nights
SEC encounter at Mississippi State
probably wouldnt have been much
different then next Monday.
The UF-MSU battle was orig originally
inally originally slated to go for this Mon Monday
day Monday but a last minute scheduling
conflict moved back the game to
8:30 Saturday night at Starkes Starkesville.
ville. Starkesville.
But the three-day change would wouldnt
nt wouldnt have made much difference to
Boyd Welsch and Skip Higley.
At Florida State Wednesday
night, Welsch received a gash over
his eye that required eight stich stiches.
es. stiches. Welsch collided with Higley
in a pre-game drill and besides
injuring himself, Welsch also bru bruised
ised bruised Higleys right hand. Both
failed to dress out for the FSU

NCAA Tournament
Opponents Named

KANSAS CITY, Mo., (UPI)
Defending champion Texas Wes Western,
tern, Western, the Cinderella quintet of
college cagedom a year ago, will
meet Seattle University Mar. 11 at
Colorado State University in a
first-round game of the 1967 NCAA
national collegiate basketball play playoffs,
offs, playoffs, it was announced Thursday
night.
The winner will advance to the
West regional at Oregon State Uni University
versity University March 17-18 opposite the
West Coast Athletic conference
champion in a second round game.
The ninth-ranked Miners and
Seattle were two of nine at-large
teams Thursday accepting bids to
play in the NCAAs 29th annual
post-season classic.
The remainder of the 23-team
playoff bracket will be filled by
champions from 14 major confer conferences.
ences. conferences.
In addition to Texas Western,
other at-large schools landing
berths in the 29th annual NCAA
post-season classic were seventh seventhranked
ranked seventhranked Houston, unranked New
Mexico State and unranked Seattle
University in the West.
Twelfth-ranked Utah State re rejected
jected rejected an invitation.
Bids in the East went to 10th-'
ranked Boston College, 17th-rank 17th-ranked

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game but UF coach Tommy Bart Bartlett
lett Bartlett says that Higley is ready to
go although hurting.
But Welsch will definitely miss
the game tonight as the Gators
gun for their 20th win this year.
Florida notched a school record
of 19 wins against the Seminoles
Wednesday night, despite the fact
of the acute guard shortage.
The win over FSU was UFs
fifth straight this year to bring
its season mark to 19-4. The vic victory
tory victory also accomplished another do dominate
minate dominate Gator trend over the Sem Seminoles,
inoles, Seminoles, this time in basketball, as
Florida garnered its 16th win in
the 20 meetings with the ex-girls'
school.
Florida defeated State in an ear earlier
lier earlier meeting 68-54 in Gainesville.

ed 17th-ranked St. Johns, 20th-rated Virginia
Tech, unranked Dayton and the Ivy
League champion, which will prob probably
ably probably be decided Saturday night
when sixth-place Princeton hosts
Cornell.
Pairings for the tourney, which
begins March 11 with first round
games at five tentative sites, were
pending.
The regional s East, Mideast,
Midwest and West will be played
March 17-18 at the University of
Maryland, Northwestern Univer University,
sity, University, the University of Kansas and
Oregon State.
The four regional titlists
advance to the finals at the Univer University
sity University of Louisville March 24-25.
Texas Western, coached by Don
Haskins, is currently ranked ninth
nationally in the UPI weekly poll
and is sporting a 17-5 record with
two games remaining.
The Miners were 28-1 a year
ago, upsetting Kentucky, 72-65, in
the finals. Their path to a possible
second straight championship is up
to the discretion of the NCAA
tournament committee, which must
designate Texas Western either a
Midwest or West entrant.
Either way, itll be another up uphill
hill uphill struggle if the Miners win.

Page 17



, The Florida Alligator, Friday, February 24. 1967

Page 18

Gators Get Set For Jesuit Meet
Floridas trrok team, fresh from a strong second place finish
in the Souther Conference Indoor track meet, opens its out outdoor
door outdoor season Saturday in Tampa.
The team will meet the four major universities in the state in the
second annual Jesuit Relays.
Our boys did a real good job in the SEC, says track coach Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Carnes. Tennessee just had too much overall depth. This week weekends
ends weekends meet will decide the state championship and it should be a real
battle. FSU and Florida A&M will be real strong.
The Gators will pin their hopes on sophomore John Morton. The
6-5, 240-pounder from Miami, is out to break both his shot and dis discus
cus discus record. He has heaved the shot 558 and the discus 189 11.
Other boys expected to enter in the scoring include Frank Lagotic,
mile; Don Hale, 880; Dieter Gebhard, 880; Dan Flynn, 880; Mick
Burton, broadjump; Frank Saier, high jump; and Joe Schiller, hur hurdles.
dles. hurdles.
Morton, Burton, and Saier have earned trips to the NCAA Indoor
Meet March 11th in Detroit, Michigan, after their Indoor conference

Keller Dampier
SECs Leaders

Through all of Kentucky's un unexpected
expected unexpected setbacks this season 1966
All-America guard Louie Dampier
has kept firing away for the Wild Wildcats,
cats, Wildcats, and when the team jelled this
past week he led them to two 100-
plus victories, 103-74 at Miss.
State, and 101-76 over Georgia at
Lexington.
Louie Lightning" tagged State
for 32 points and George for 29
in the process and powered his way
back to the front of the three-man
race for the Southeastern Confer Conference
ence Conference scoring crown with a healthy
21.6 average.
Lefthander Mike Nordholz of
Alabama scored 18 in the Tides
86-77 win over LSU, then stood his
ground in the barrage at Nashville
as Vandy pummelled them 117-80
and fired 26 for 'Bama to retain a
half-point lead on Tennessees Ron
Widby for second at 21.2. Widby
was happy to settle for 11 personal
points as he helped the Volunteers
sack the Commodores 70-53, and
he now runs third in the scoring
derby on 20.7.
Kenny Drost of LSU, valiant
leader ifr a losing cause, nudges
the late-driving Pat Riley of Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky for fourth, 17.39 to 17.36.
Sixth man is Tom Hagan of Vander Vanderbilt
bilt Vanderbilt at 17.2 and seventh is Guy
Turner of Alabama, 16.6.
Bo Wyenandt, who accepted the
duty of handcuffing Widby in the
Vandy-Tennessee game and scored
only one point himself, reversed
the process against Alabama and
racked up 42 points to break Clyde
Lees alltime Vandy scoring re record
cord record of 41. That is the highest
single-game total in SEC com competition
petition competition this year, and is second
overall only to the 50 points Mike
Nordholz canned against Southern
Mississippi on Dec. 12.

UFs smooth-working Gary Kel Keller
ler Keller maintains top spot in the SEC
rebounding battle of the Big
Three" with an average of 10.7
per game. Tennessees rugged
Tom Boerwinkle raised his aver average
age average to 10.5 to threaten Keller,
and Dave Williams of Miss. State
moved up to 10.1 in third place.

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Floridas swimming team will
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ing during a warm up contest last week.
This Saturday at 10 am the Gators
will play FSU on Fleming Field.

FSU, UF
Grapple Here
The UF Wrestling Club will
wrestle the Florida State Univer University
sity University Wrestling Club in Florida
Gym at 7 p.m. Friday, February
24.
Seminoles
Challenge
Gator Netters
Coach Bill Potter's UF tennis
team will start finding out how
good it can be Saturday when FSU
comes to town.
The Seminoles, always a
southern tennis power, will offer
a serious challenge to Potters
young club. The Gators are cur currently
rently currently 1-0 after an opening 8-1
victory over outmanned University
of South Florida.
I look for FSU to give us a
severe test and am really eager
to see what our youngsters can
do, says Potter.
The Gators will be paced by
sophomores Armi Neely, Jamie
Pressly, Steve Beeland and Lee
Steele. Action begins on the
Broward Courts at 2 p.m.
Neely, 1965 National Junior In Indoor
door Indoor Champion, and Pressly, num number
ber number one ranked mens singles per performer
former performer in Florida, were both im impressive
pressive impressive in opening match wins.

Friday, February 24, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

UF Swimmers,
Footballs 'Bama

By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Sports Writer
Bill Harlan, UF swim coach,
doesnt receive too many compli compliments.
ments. compliments.
Fighting the schools high aca academic
demic academic standards and poor swim
facilities (or lack of it), Harlan
is finding it difficult to secure
some of the state's top swimming
talent.
So when a compliment is paid
to his team, Harlan relishes it
with envy.
Such a statement was given to
Florida by a University of Geor Georgia
gia Georgia coach. The Bulldogs had just
toured the Southland for a lengthy
road trip, succumbing to Florida
State, North Carolina State and
UF.
When asked by a reporter af afterwards
terwards afterwards if he really expected to
win against the trio, the Georgia
coach simply replied, No, not
really.
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three schools was comparable to
playing Michigan State, Alabama
and Norte Dame in football in
three straight weeks. Pm just hap happy
py happy that we had a chance to play
such outstanding teams. -v
Oddly enough, Harlan can say
almost the same thing. The Ga Gators
tors Gators have met and tasted defeat
against North Carolina, NCS and
FSU.
But Harlan doesnt use such
wishful thinking by saying that he
is merely satisfied to play such
schools and leave it at that. Har Harlan
lan Harlan says frankly that UF can beat
those schools if, for instance, the
Gators can construct a compara comparable
ble comparable swim facility to FSUs.
But the sad fact is that Har Harlan
lan Harlan is resigned to a few may maybes
bes maybes and other such trite
comments.
Another thing that Harlan wont
mention (as if he really has to)
is that Florida, with its tough aca academic
demic academic qualifications, is losing val valuable
uable valuable swim talent every year.

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