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Vol. 59", No. 116

COMPANY NOT LICENSED BY STATE

UF Permits Insurance Violations

By GENE NAIL
Editorial Assistant
UF administrative officials are making it pos possible
sible possible for an unlicensed company to circumvent
Florida laws which require that all insurance
companies be licensed and pay state taxes.
President J. Wayne 'Reitz and Medical Pro Provost
vost Provost Samuel P. Martin approve premium pay payments
ments payments made through the University to the un unlicensed
licensed unlicensed company.
Practicing doctors in UFs College of Medicine
signed a tax-shelter annuity contract with the
companyTeachers Insurance and Annuity Asso Association
ciation Association of America (TIAA) of New Yorkin late
1964.
TIAA is not licensed to do business in Florida
because it refuses to pay state taxes. The com company
pany company claims tax-exempt status, which the state
insurance commissioner refuses to grant.
But it sells in the state tax exemptanyway.

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IN THE FLAVETS--Its traffic as usual for a man and his trans transportation.
portation. transportation. A boy on his tricycle is a subtle reminder that at a great
university children still frolic, grow and revel in the spring of
innocence. Nick Arroyo, Alligator photographer, caught this moment
on a recent sunny afternoon.

MONEY TERMS UNDISCLOSED

808 BECK
Alligator Sports Editor
UF, Heismen trophy winner,
Steve Spurrier made it clear Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday that it is going to cost the
San Fransicso 49ers some cash to
sign the nations top college quar quarterback.
terback. quarterback.

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SPURRIER

pleased about the 49ers choice
and highly optimistic about sign signing
ing signing a good contract for Steve.*
However, O'Neal refused to re release
lease release the amount that Spurrier
was asking.
I guess there will be some
trading among teams,* said Spur Spurrier,
rier, Spurrier, who broke all the SEC pass passing
ing passing records in three years with
the Gators.
The Gator quarterback, who said
he wants to play pro ball, obvi obviously
ously obviously referred to the fact that
nullion-dollar passer John Brodie
and backup quarterback George
Mira axe already on the 49er
roster. 1 '

Spurrier Drafted By 49ers

Spurrier pic picked
ked picked third in the
first round of the
Pro Footbal 1
draft by the 49-
ers behind Bub Bubers
ers Bubers behind Cli Clinton
nton Clinton Jones said,
Well have to
talk money f i r rst.
st. rst.
Bill O'Neal,
Spurriers law lawyer
yer lawyer said, I was
suprised, but

I understand that San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco wants to get rid of Brodie
and get out from under that big
contract, said O'Neal. I hea heard
rd heard they tried to deal Brodie to New
York, but the Giants didnt want
any part of that money.**
Earlier in the year Spurrier had
indicated that he would like to play
with a southern team such as

Student Spends Weekend In Jail
University Fails To Post Bond

By HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Staff Writer
A UF student arrested 2 p.m.
Saturday afternoon was released
from the Gainesville city jail Mon Monday
day Monday evening at about 6:15 after
the University failed to post or
sign for his S2OO bond.
The student, who strongly re requested
quested requested that his name be kept
anonymous, told the Alligator Mon Monday
day Monday night publicity 'would hurt*
his case in court.
Arrested on the charge of driv driving
ing driving with a suspended drivers li license
cense license the student, a 3EG, faces
a mandatory jail sentence under
state law if he is convicted, a according
ccording according to Gainesvilles Chief Os
Police William D. Joiner.
Joiner said Monday the student
was arrested Saturday and was
found unable to post bond.

University of Florida, Gainesville

ir 11 1 fll
Gene Nail and insurance are old friends
in The Alligator. The author wrote a four
part series last October on the dangers of
purchasing life insurance, pointing out some
unethical practices used by insurance com companies
panies companies selling to UF students.
1 A it -' l
The contract between UF's practicing physicians and TIAA is
managed by a committee of physicians in the College of Medicine.
Premium deductions for the annuitiesa form of insurance which
allows the participant to purchase an income for retirementare
made by the University.
It would be illegal for the state to make the deductions through
the Comptroller's office because the company is not licensed.
The tax shelter" provisions of the Internal Revenue Code allow
persons working for non-profit organizations--or state supported
universitiesto put up to 16 per cent of their salaries into an annuity
nuity annuity programs without paying taxes on that portion until it is re returned
turned returned through the annuity as income.

Atlanta or Miami, but that the
desire wasnt an overriding one.
I imagine well talk with the
San Francisco club sometime dur during
ing during the next couple of days and
then hold a press conference,
said O'Neal.
Spurrier would have been draft drafted
ed drafted by the Atlanta Falcons, but
San Francisco gave up 49er start starters

I imagine he will be arraigned
either this afternoon or this Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning,* Joiner said. How However,
ever, However, the anonymous stud en t s
roommate contended that his friend
would not be released until tire
28th of March.
Joiner explained if bond was not
posted and if the student entered
a plea of quilty the judge would
immediately pass sentence and the
student would not be held for
bond.
However, Joiner noted that 'if
he enters a plea of not quilty
he will then appear in court in
alx>ut one week.
One source of confusion in the
case was a statement from a
Gainesville Police Dept, sergeant
who told the students roommate
that his friend would not lie re released
leased released until March 28.

ers starters Bernie Casey, flanker; defen defensive
sive defensive end Jim Norton and defen defensive
sive defensive guard Jim Wilson for the
rights on Spurrier.
During his career, Spurrier
completed 392 of 692 passing a attempts
ttempts attempts for 36 touchdowns on the
football field.
Spurriers closest running He Heisman
isman Heisman rival, Bob Griese of Pur-

Joiner explained that in cases
where persons are arrested for
driving while intoxicated or for
driving with a suspended license
court appearences are always set
ahead to allow time for the pro processing
cessing processing of records in Tallahassee.
lf a man is not able to make
bond we do not hold him for that
length of time,' Joiner said. The
chief explained that the desk ser sergeant
geant sergeant was not aware of this when
speaking to the arrested student's
roommate. The sergeant, Joiner
said, was going by the arrest
record alone.
Students are not permitted to
sign their bond ina case like this thiswhere
where thiswhere there is a mandatory jail
sentence Joiner said.
'SEE STUDENT PAGE 2)

Wednesday, March 16, 1967

It is not clear, however, how the UF doctors
qualify since only the salary they earn in pri private
vate private practice counts towards the total elegible
under the tax shelter provisions. That portion
of their earnings is paid directly by the Univer University;
sity; University; whenever their salary checks arrive from
the Comptrollers office.
The advantage of the tax shelter provisions
is obvious: Taxable income during the working
years is lower, allowing a lower tax rate both
then and during the retirement years.
The University only recently negotiated a tax taxshelter
shelter taxshelter annuity contract for the rest of faculty
and staff. The two companies handling this new
contract are both licensed by the state, and pay
state taxes.
If entitled legally to do business in Florida,
TIAA would have to pay fees to license the
company, for each of its agents and a percen percentage
tage percentage of its gross revenues as taxes.

Though no official ruling has
been made, State Treasurer and
Insurance Commissioner Broward
Williams office said there are
two aspects of the TIAA transaction
which would be specifically illegal:
sending representatives into
the state to negotiate or service
the contract, or
deducting premiums for the
annuities through the comp comptrollers
trollers comptrollers officeas are normal
teacher salaries.
UF officials maintain that all
negotiations were made through
mail, or by telephone.
Doug Starr, assistant to Insur Insurance
ance Insurance Commissioner Williams, said
his office has no way to check on
TIAA agents coming into the state.
UF Business Manager William
Elmore, when questioned whether
TIAA agents had came to Florida
to negotiate the contract, said
not to my knowledge.
My role is only to okay the
mechanical process, Elmore
said, referring to the monetary
handling of the payments.
Doubts are raised over the ques quesof
of quesof TIAA having or sending agents
to the state since it has 13 con contracts
tracts contracts with as many educational
institutions in Florida.
The contract with UF doctors is
the only one of the 13 which
involves a state-supported institu institution.
tion. institution. The rest are private or
municipal.
Elmore said as far as he knows
no one outside the university has
questioned the contract with TIAA
though he admits it isnt licensed
in the state.
The University didnt quest ion
the TIAA contract, he said, but
used the reputation of the company
as the basis for acceptance of the
contract.
(SEE INSURANCE PAGE 9)
Kell y Defeated
In Run Off Race
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. (UPI)
Scott Keliy, 40, who dreamed of
being governor, was defeated
Tuesday night in a quest for a
seat in the legislature, bowing to
veteran former House Speaker E.
C. Rowell of Wildwood.
There is no Republican so Ro Rowell,
well, Rowell, 53-year-old farmer and a
once powerful leader of the small
county House bloc, is certain of
taking one of five seats which the
federal district court alloted to
Polk-Sumter in the new reapport reapportionment.
ionment. reapportionment.



:, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, March 15, 1967

Page 2

'OSWALD, F ERR IE WERE THERE

Salesman Reveals Hearina 'JFK Death Plot

NEW ORLEANS (UPI) A 25-
year-old insurance salesman test testified
ified testified Tuesday he heard Lee Har Harvey
vey Harvey Oswald, David W Ferrie and
Clay L. Shaw conspiring to assi assinate
nate assinate President Kennedy in 1963
two months before Kennedy was
killed in Dallas.
Perry R. Russo, a former col college
lege college student who now lives in
baton Rouge, said he looked on

Magician Show Set Tonight

. Andre Kole, America's leading
magician, will make his first a appearance
ppearance appearance at the UF tonight at 9:30
in the Medical School Auditorium.
Kole has appeared at colleges,
theaters, and hotels and on nat national
ional national television across the United
States and Latin America, often
at the rate of SIOO words a minute.
Kole is considered by many to
be one of the world's seven best
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Tickets are on sale at the Flo Florida

WSA Elects Officers

The Women's Student Associa Association
tion Association elections were held on Monday.
The newly elected president is
Kathy Hayes. Other officers are:
Vice-President; Carol Freedman,
Corresponding Secretary; Sarah
Kutz, Treasurer; Jane Wanless,
Senior Class Representative; Judy

A high official in the UF Honor
Court expressed the opinion that
the University usually would have
posted bond (or signed for the
student) in this type of case form formerly.
erly. formerly. However, the honor court
official said he has the impression
that since the drive for increased
student rights has picked up here
the administration has hardened.
The Honor Court official stated
candidly that the University admin administration
istration administration may have decided to let
students accept the responsibility
for their acts if they want increased
freedom.
Nevertheless, Assistant Dean of
Men Charles B. Keenen stated
there is an individual decision
in each case. Keenen said the

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Student Jailed

day at 11 a.m. EST.
as the three men argued about
escape routes, and discussed "tri "tri?ngulation
?ngulation "tri?ngulation of cross-fire," at a
party In Ferrie's apartment.
He pointed out Shaw, 54, former
managing director of the Internat International
ional International Trade Mart, in the court courtroom
room courtroom as the man he met at the
party as "Clem Bertrand."
He identified Oswald, named as

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SPURRIER
due was drafted by the Miami
Dolphins.
"We would have taken Spurr Spurrier,"
ier," Spurrier," said Joe Thomas, director
of personnel for Miami, "if he
had not been selected by the 49-
ers."
"But we got a good quarterback
in Griese," said Thomas, "and
we don't plan any trades."

Rosenberger, Junior Class Repre Representative;
sentative; Representative; JanSchaffel, Freshman-
Sophomore Class Representatives;
Jan Dickens and Marty Cochran.
A run-off election will be held
for the office of recording sec secretary
retary secretary between Chris Dempster
and Sue Wright.

circumstances in each case deter determine
mine determine the Universitys action.
Asked if the University has
changed its attitude to students
charged in police roles due to the
drive for increased student rights
Keenan stated not that anybody
had told me.
The arrested student was finally
released Monday evening when his
brother posted a bond of S2OO.
F i delity
376-1208

the assassinator of Kennedy by the
Warren Commission, and Ferrie
from photographs. Both are now
dead.
Russos testimony took up much
of the first day of a preliminary
hearing to determine whether Dist.
Atty, Jim Garrison has enough evi evidence
dence evidence to try Shaw for conspiracy
to murder.
The hearing was recessed to-

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This program is a Lyceum Council
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Russo said he saw Oswald four
times here, in the months before
Kennedy was assassinated Nov.
22, 1963. He knew him as "Leon
Oswald," he said.
He described Oswald as a dirty,
half-shaven and unpleasant figure
who sharply disagreed at the meet-

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ing on the best methods and once
told Bertrand" to "shut up and
leave him Ferrie alone. He knows
what hes doing."
He did not take a liking to
me, Russo said of Oswald.
The first time I was intro introduced
duced introduced to Oswald, he made a crack
about not wanting me to be there.



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pers papers which are due before the end
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A sign in the lobby of the main
library warns students to secure
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However, since the book shift has
already begun some students may
be out of luck.
The first two levels of the stacks
have already been cleared and
more reference books are sche scheduled
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The Florida Alligator
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EDDIE SEARS 808 MENAKER STEVE HULL
Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor
ANDY MOOR 808 BECK
Editorial Editor Snorts Editor
Opinions of columnists do not uecessanly reflect the
editorial viewpoint of the AUicator. The only official
voice of the Alligator staff is the editorial in the left
column.
*

Third Week
Members of the Commission on Students Rights dont look
so good today. As a matter of fact they look a little blue in
the face.
Commission members have been talking and explaining and
explaining and talking; but only getting blank looks in return.
If I have said it once, Commission Chairman Joe Mason
has said, I have said it a thousand times. What we are
proposing is nothing that has not been tried and proven on
other campuses.'*
Masons commission came up with some ideas that are
nothing short of outstanding. And they represent the opinion
of a vast majority of the students.
What the students on this campus are asking for is re responsibility.
sponsibility. responsibility. The commissions proposals will give them just
that. But this is just the point the administrators -for the
life of them cannot understand.
.
Well," they say. This means that a student may face a
stronger punishment downtown if he breaks the law." This
may be the case, for it demands the student be mature and
responsible in his actions to be willing to face the same
penalties as the non-student.
And as for the myth that the university is more lenient
it doesnt always work that way. The university may expel a
student when the courts would have fined him. A number of
cases show this. Which is more important, your education or
a fine (or probably a suspended sentence)?
The commission will meet again today with the Student
Affairs Committee to see what proposals can be agreed upon.
One thing is certain. Mason and his commissioners took two
weeks to come up with their concrete, realistic and mature
ideas. The committee has met twice and will listen for the
third time to the arguments today.
If the slogan is haste makes waste" or as some alarmists
say railroading will never work," perhaps two relevant
ideas should be kept in mind.
First, the ideas of the commission have been proven valid
by application on other campuses.
Secondly, the committee is making decisions for students,
not themselves, and therefore personal opinions are out of
line. It is interesting to note that the student members of the
committee have always voted together. It is the faculty and
administration members who have voted on different sides.
i
We completely support the commissions proposals and will
print the entire 15-page report in the near future. We hope
the SAC will realize that the proposals of this commission
are the wishes of the students.
We hope the SAC will not play -for the third straight
week musical ideas.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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BOARD rs REGENTS

Theres Trouble In Alachua

By JOSEPH NEUSTEIN
and JOHN BURGESS
Alligator Columnists
Gurlu woke me.
O master Joe, I am going now
to Alachua. I will write for you
a good story."
You write for me a good story,"
I said, you do that, you little .. .
The door slammed shut and I
went back to sleep.
A short while later, Gurlu re returned.
turned. returned. Sobbing and moaning, he
dropped to his knees and cried
out:
Masters, my masters, those
people were not good to me. O
masters, they threw hay on me..."
I dressed quickly as Gurlu told
John Andrew of his trials.
John Andrew and I got in the
car and headed toward Alachua.
We drove quickly through the town,
pulled up in front of the sheriffs
office, got out, brushed the hay
off the hood, and walked in.
Drums rolled.
Sheriff, weve come to speak to
you," said John Andrew.
Whatsa matter withya, boy?
Cant ya see Im playin on ma
drums?"
You play very well, sir," I
said, lying like hell.
Ahm always glad tmeet a
young man what predates fine
music."
Weve come about Gurlu, our
servant boy," I told him, He
said you wouldnt let him talk to
anybody."
Son, we dont do things like...
you mean that little furriner?"
Grulu is of foreign extraction,"
said John Andrew.
Uhhhhh . ."
v
Well," I asked him, did you
stop Gurlu from talking to the
people?"
I dont rightly member bout
things in the past.
Well, then, we can talk to the
people, okay?"
Soons ya git a permit.
A permit to talk to . .?
Boys, the fine citizens of Ala Alachua
chua Alachua are hard-workin, busy folk.
They dont have th time to be
talkin with every ..."
Okay, how do we get a permit 0
Fust, you give me...how much
money ya got, boys?"
We told him wp didnt know.

THE GAINESVILLE SONS

Uhhh, gimme yer wallets,
boys."
We dont have to . ."
The sheriff slapped the butt of
his shotgun against the floor.
We put our wallets on the table.
Thats better ~ . three, four,
nine . aaah . one, two,
three, six ... aah, nuts. Well,
boys, between ya, ygot zackly
eleven dollars n thirtytwo cents.
Leme find out what a permits
gonna run ya." He yelled into
another room, Ma, these boys
got eleven dollars n thiry-two
cents. Whats it cost tget a speak speakers
ers speakers permit?"
Why son, you know it costs
seven . .
Eleven, ma . .
Right, son, eleven dollars and
thirty-two cents."
The sheriff turned to us and
smiled, Boys, yer in luck. Ya
had zackly right amount."
So we heard."
Heres yer wallets, and heres
yer receipt."
Thank you. Now, wheres the
permit?"
Maw gives out the permits.
Shes in back."
Sitting at an old desk was the
sheriffs demure, white-haired
mother, playfully spinning a baby
turtle on its back.
Mam," i said, weve
come . .

Florida Alligator Staff
NICK TATRO JIM WHITE NICK ARROYO
Wire Editor Assistant Managing Editor Photo Editor
STEFANIE JARIUS JO ANN LANGWORTHY GENE NAIL
Society Editor General Assignment Editorial Assistant
Editor
STAFF MEMBERS Harvey Alper, Bill Douthat, Elaine
Fuller, Kathie Keim, Bob Padecky, Judy Redfern, Frank
Shepherd, Lori Steele, Joe Torchia, Harold Kennedy,
Justine Hartman, Eunice Tall.
LAB ASSISTANTS Diana Folsom, Peggy Sneider, Andrew
Haslett Jr., Robert Blount, Joan Allen, Eddie Guttem
macher, Dick Blakely, Bob Dave Reddick, David
i Weiss, Karen Eng, John Ellsworth, Diann Devine

A large greasy hand covered my
mouth.
Look here, boy, barked the
sheriff, nobody talks t'ma mother
lessn hes got a permit.
Okay, I said, handing him the
receipt, wed like our money
back.
Oh, I dont give out the re refunds.
funds. refunds.
I bet your mother gives them
out, surmised John Andrew.
The sheriff turned and glowered
at him. You been in here before,
boy? Well ya better not come
back. The both ova. Heres yer
money, less two dollars for rna
time. Now git!
We calmly exited and found the
peaceful citizenry chanting as they
danced around what seemed to be
a portable gallows.
Citizens of Alachua, be reason reasonable
able reasonable about ...
Shaddup! shouted the sheriff,
You cant talk to them!
The crowd began to close in.
Behind us, drums rolled.
Hellllllpppppp!
Wake up, Joe, Gurlus bark.
I awoke from my terribledrenm
to see John Andrew opening the
door for our servant boy.
Sobbing and moaning, Gurlu
dropped to his knees and cried out:
Masters, my masters, those
people were not good to me. O
masters, they threw hay on me...



EDITOR:

As a resident of Graham Hall, and having been present at the WSA meet
w[L^LhiT'Z S r !!u^il'' e nlne 1 ,eel olUy falr * Present another side to the
conduct" denounced by Linda Smith In Monday's ALLIGATOR.
general conduct WAS rude, and had little excuse, there was
grounded tor 'T* tteaaace (under threat of being ultimately
grounaed for FroHcs)of all female residents at the meeting.
11 at night, on the night before a prog, being forced to listen to 24 speakers

No More Water,
The Fire Next Time
EDITOR:

I had been sitting around, waiting for the Leg. Council to play
the game of when I read a letter by Douglas Lawless concerning
the lawless burning of the Peace Caravan.
Mr. Lawless creates a straw man (a propaganda device) by
implying that Bob Moran labeled certafn students fascist-pigs
and war-mongers. These terms were never used by Mr. Moran

JustWh at
Is Freedom ?
EDITOR:
Feel free to correct me if I
am incorrect, but are not the rules
governing student conduct pre presently
sently presently being revised? Isnt it a
fact that these rules have been
undergoing revision for some few
months now? I ust wondered?
And regarding the students on
this campus as being second
class citizens. What happens to
a student when he commits a
crime in Gainesville. Is said
student rushed down to the local
lockup as might be the first
class citizen. Does a Florida
prankster pay the same penalty
as might a local prankster?
isnt it a fact that in most cases
involving violation of the local law
the student act"ally gets a break?
Doet not the university go to
bat for the student, so to speak?
And regarding freedom on this
campus. Who tells the student
how to dress? Who tells the student
whether or not he can have a beard?
Who tells the student he had best
keep his mouth shut? Trivial per perhaps,
haps, perhaps, but wait until one goes out
and is employed. They will tell
you how to dress, they will tell
you to shave, they will tell you
to keep your mouth shut.
Freedom? Just how do you define
freedom on this campus?
JOHN R. SCHULLER,7ED

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forced To Attend WSA Meeting

or any other letterwriter. Perhaps
Doug has a guilty conscience. It
is Lawless himself who deterio deteriorates
rates deteriorates to name calling, writing
about these certain liberals and
a leftist.
The eternal liberal- conserva conservative
tive conservative debate is irrelevant; we are
concerned with an act of arson.
David Critchfield, who condoned
the act but lacked the guts to carry
out his end justifies the means
philosophy (Holy Lenin!) thought
the burning to be a reaction to
the views suggested by the pre presence
sence presence of the Peace caravan.
A normal society that excuses
the bombing, napaiming and em embalming
balming embalming of Vietnamese civilians
can also excuse the destruction of
private property because of the
threat of dissent
Those connected with the Cara Caravan
van Caravan placed a sign by the ashes
asking if this was the legacy we
were to leave to our society societya
a societya dead, charred society. After a
flood of wars over the centuries,
we may be ready for one last
blaze.
God gave Noah the rainbow sign:
no more water, the fire next time.
DAVID MILLER, 2UC

GATOR ADS
SELL!

UF Loses
His Respect
EDITOR:
After following the results of the
Brewer case, I must confess that
the University has gone too far.
If 'students are not allowed to smoke
in the classrooms, do yo\i put
them on probation when you find
out that they smoked in their
private homes?
Im afraid your school has lost
considerable prestige with this
narrow minded judgement on the
part of the administration and a
few students.
BARRY GREEN,
Principal Bass
Nashville Symphony, Term.
Hed Be Happier In
Elementary School
EDITOR:
It appears to me that the fa faculty
culty faculty member who ref used to sign
his name to a letter published in
the March 7 Alligator because he
did not want to be available to
further argument from children
who insist on talking, when they
ought to be listening would be
much happier and much more ap appropriately
propriately appropriately employed in a second secondary
ary secondary schoolor possibly in an ele elementary
mentary elementary schooland in a more
authoritarian society than ours.
PAUL L. HANNA
Professor of Social Sciences

Money
Doesnt Grow On
Trees
6uf to often t*s the little
things that make the difference.
Take starting salaries.
T m Just a few months of experience
of an unusual hobby can mean
thousands of dollars in your
lifetime of earnings.
I A pilot's license produces
I similar results. If you can fly,
industry needs you.
And they'll pay to get you.
I I Learn to fly
the thrill
!
GAINESVILLE AIRPORT WALDO ROAD

understandably aroused such Impertinent questions" as Why must these meet meetings
ings meetings be held at 11 at night?" and Why are we required to attend them?".
Admittedly, it is a right and a privilege to be able to hear and choose our
representatives, but when we are forced to exercise this right, it becomes
no longer a right but a duty.
I am sure that it was an outraged sense of liberty and not uncouthness"
which caused the manner in which the representatives were received, and I
am also sure that under different circumstances they would certainlv have
been graciously welcomed".
KATHY DEAGAN,IUC

EDITOR:
In light of current attention given
by Tigert to the nude female form,
I believe it is only appropriate to
call attention to the art on display
in the second floor lobby of the
main library.
Certainly, this is immoral, in indiscrimanent
discrimanent indiscrimanent and imappropriate,
and, is corrupting public morals
and arousing public indignation.
Perhaps some of the members of
the FDC will even be able to find
it vulgar, obscene and bawdy.
(Think what an impression it must
make on the innocent freshmen).
Immediate action must be taken
to save the University from the
damaging effect of this display.
All of the coeds who see this may
take their clothes off. Something
must be done to maintain discipline
and to keep control over the
students. Who knows, what dis disastrous
astrous disastrous effect this display could
have on the student body.
FORMAL RENTAL
SERVICE
Gatoi Shop
1724 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE.

Wednesday, March 15, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Keep Us Innocent
O Tigert Gods

Protect us and keep us innocent.
O God of Tigert, we pray.
Amen.
Ernest G. Byers, 4BA
f BROKERS FOR OVER 200
T MUTUAL FUNDS
International Securities Corp.
jk, Av ** CALL 372-1022
(Gainesville residence)
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I For A I
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ENCE EXPERIENCE lB years Manage- I
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LAW DEGREE:
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I KNOWLEDGE of City problems
ABLE TO GIVE FULL TIME
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NO CONFLICTING INTERESTS I
Vote Knight
Tuesday March 21
FOR I
GUIDED GROWTH with clear!
priorities so that all citizens |
can have a full and attractive!
life.
BETTER MANAGEMENT with-1
in City government.
Paid Political |
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Happy Arkln, AEPhi, is a happy rtrl with her l NI.VEF
SITY GARDENS apartment. With modern furnishings, swim- I \
ming pool, and private lake, what more could a girl / \
students paradise. / \
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m 'k. I ~~ :\y I
Susan is ready to ride in her Country Set from, where w .* : V. A
else, but SILVERMANS. An A-line skirt from the Game
Preserve collection, with a sleeveless turtleneck top, itMl /tfffTTff
ribbed shell, and matching collar. Peddle away Susan! IIPHIh ? ~,.**i*, *,, ?
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Kathy Amicic, ADPi, is watching her new Sony, com- will el
pletely portable television from the RECORD BAR w blem bec i
the thing for those lazy on-campus weekends k
at the Gator Pond.) weekends. (Even
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bin Hi
f Janice Dyro, Phi Mu, shows off her checkbook from
UNIVERSITY CITY BANK. Sure does beat banking at v
rs i r v home doesnt it Janice? Her student number is right
(p (p---1
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The lovely lass for DONIGANS is ready for her
I downtown in a Tattersall Check by John Meyer of Nor Nor*
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iMlk mm jSHf Etienne Aigner.
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# ations and with a variety of optional equipment, the Tempest
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

for sale
STUDENT SPECIALS Admiral
or Philco air conditioner. Cost
plus 10%; over 300 satisfied stu students.
dents. students. Sudden Service Fuel Oil
Co. 376-4404. 907 S.W. 3rd St.
(A-112-ts-c).
MIRANDA F-1.8 single reflex. F
3.5, FB, Telephoto, $300.00. 376-
9775 after 6 P.M. (A-114-st-c).
1965 HONDA 90, S2OO or best
offer. Blues 757, 376-9289. (A (A---114-3t-p).
--114-3t-p). (A---114-3t-p).
HONDA 50, 1965 C-110, perfect
condition, pampered and cared for
by Graduating Senior. $l4O, call
372-9260. (A-115-2t-p).
FOR SALE Honda 300 Scram Scrambler
bler Scrambler Like new, call 378-5211
after 5 p.m. (A-115-2t-c).
FENDER SHOWMAN AMP (sngl.)
with matching FENDER REVERB
UNIT and covers, new price
SB9O. Used seven months $595
cash. 372-2749 between 5-9 p.m.
(All 6 3t-NC)
Trailer good condition Bx4o, 2
bedroom. See Lot #3 Pinehurst
Park or call 378-6109.
(A-116-st-c)
FOR SALE: GE Solid State Stereo
with stand, almost new, whole wholesale
sale wholesale value $l2O, will sell for
SBO cash. Phone 376-3386.
(A- 115-2 t-p)
The Rolls Royceof motorscooters;
1966 Rabbit, 150cc,62 mph,electric
start, windshield, turn signals,
14,000 miles, excellent condition,
cost $550 sell $350. Old man school
teacher. 376-6670. (A-116-4t-C)
for rent
Excellent 2 bedroom mobile home.
Prefer two mature male students
or couple. Lot 22,Chi Rd., Archer
Village Trailer Court, Archer Rd.
See office or phone 376-3505 after
5 p.m. (B-116-st-P)
1 bedroom furnished apt. near
campus, $65 per month including
water free. Available April 15.
376-8819. (B-116-3t-C)
Modern 1 bedroom, furnished apt.,
air-conditioned, 2 blocks off cam campus.
pus. campus. Available end of term. 372-
2862. (B-116-3t-C)
COLLEGE TERRACE will be CO COED
ED COED beginning A Term 1967Apart 1967Apartment
ment 1967Apartment house standards, special
summer rates. Now taking reser reservations37
vations37 reservations37 B-2221 (B-116-lt-C)
One bedroom air conditioned
apartment for rent during summer.
Four blocks from campus. Reduced
rate. Phone 378-5053. (B-116-5t-
P)

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GOING TO BE AROUND this sum summer?
mer? summer? Like to live at Colonial
Manor Apts, for only SIOO per
month? Then call 372-7111 or stop
over at 1216 S.W. 2nd Ave. Just
a few left. Hurry. (B-114-10t-c).
APARTMENT for rent, one bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, built in kitchen, air con condition
dition condition and heat. Three closets
and swimming pool. $95 per month.
Call 372-3826. (B-112-lOt-c).
AIR-CONDITIONED APTS. for
summer with pool close to
campus, 1524 N.W. 4th Ave. For
2,3, or 4 people $65, S7O, $75
per month plus electricity. 376-
8990, University Apts. (B-109-
lOt-c).
NEED TO SUBLET University
Gardens apartment for summer.
Completely furnished in authentic
Early American Antiques, also
SBOO stereo. All you pay is regu regular
lar regular unfurnished rate. Call Richard
376-4244. (B-115-3t-c).
AVAILABLE FOR two girls, spring
trimester, one bedroom in 2-bed 2-bedroom
room 2-bedroom Landmark Apt. Air condi conditioned;
tioned; conditioned; carpeted; faces pool.
Phone: 378-4613. (B-114-3t-p).
ONE BEDROOM Apartment for
rent during summer. Air condi conditioned,
tioned, conditioned, four blocks from campus.
$95. Call 378-3846. (B-113-st-p).
wanted
FRENCH QUARTER Roommate
wanted for Summer trimester. Law
or Grad, student preferred. $43.75
per month. Call Joe or Kirk 378-
5409 or come by Apt. 89.
(C-116-3t-P)
One male roommate to share two
bedroom University Gardens A Apartment.
partment. Apartment. $41.15 per month for
swimming pool, handball courts,
bus service and prime location.
Call 378-5943. (C-116-3t-NC)
Female roommate wanted for
Spring trimester. Air-conditioned
apt. near campus. Pool. 378-3835.
(C-116- 3t-C)
1:00 3:10
7.30. 9.30
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HUDSON PEPPARD
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wanted |
MURPHREE AREA student car carrier
rier carrier for morning paper. Must live
in Murphree Area this summer.
No transportation necessary. 372-
2730. (5:30-7:00 p.m.) (C-116-3t-
C)
Female roommates wanted for
French Quarter Apartment for A Aterm,
term, Aterm, B-term or fall. Rent $43.75
monthly, Call 378-5654. (C-115-
2t-p)
WANTED PILOTS Previ Previous
ous Previous rated military pilots, any
branch, to fly for Florida Army
National Guard. 72 pay period per
year. Contact Captain H. P. Good Goodling,
ling, Goodling, Gainesville 378-5188 after
5 p.m. (C-114- lOt-c).
WANTED TO BUY room air
conditioner, approximately two
tons. Must be in good mechanical
condition. Call 376-3211, ext. 5472
after 5, call 378-1401. (C-114-3t (C-114-3tc).
c). (C-114-3tc).

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Permanent or temporary positions
with progressive South Eastern
Diversified Co. Applicant should
be aggressive, self- confident, and
available to start work after this
term or 3A. Call Mr. Kirby at
376-1235. (C-116- 3t-C)
April Freshmen law student share
modern apt. 3 blocks north Law
School. $27.50 month. New apt.
Details 376-7871 Bill. (C-116-2t-
C)
WANTED one male roommate
IMMEDIATELY to share two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment at French Quarter
or four students to sub-lease for
summer term. Call 376-9017. (C (C---112
--112 (C---112 stp).
NEED ONE MALE roommate for
summer trimester. Last month
rent free. S3O per month. 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom furnished house close to
campus. 378-5434. (C- 114-st-c).

wanted
WANTED: Female roommate to
share apartment for spring term.
Location is 207 NW 17th Stj La
Fontana Apts. Call: 378-1867. (C (C---113-2t-p).
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situations
wanted
MOTHER WITH Ph.D. In chemistry
desires to return to work. Avail Available
able Available approximately 4 hours a day.
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help wanted |
NEED FULL TIME Bookkeeper,
knowledge of billing machine, ex experience
perience experience preferable. Pay accord according
ing according to ability. Apply in person,
Silvermans, 225 W. Univ. Ave.
(E-114-ts-c).
WANTED Cashier and Assist Assistant
ant Assistant Manager Trainee. Contact
Harry Fehrman at 378-1001. (E (E--108-10
-108-10 (E--108-10 t-c).
I AM LOOKING for an aggressive
girl who is interested in earning
$l5O and up, part time. Plan to
stay thru A Term. Call 376-0445
before noon. (E-115-4t-c).
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT. Male
camp counselors needed. Must be
accomplished horseman. WSI also
needed. If interested call 378-6595.
(E-111-10t- c).
NOW HIRING bellboys for Ramada
Inn. Day night shift. Part time
or full time. Apply in person 9 to
5 p.m. Ramada Inn.(E-114-10t-c).

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Wednesday, March 15, 1967, The Florida Alligator.

help wanted
1
RECEPTIONIST-Secretary for
pediatrics office, at least three
years availability desired. Ability
to deal with people essential.
Typing and dictaphone required.
Write Box 2427, stating age, edu education,
cation, education, qualifications and refer references.
ences. references. (E-111-10t-c).
NEEDED Part-time, medical tech technologist-technician.
nologist-technician. technologist-technician. Immediate
opening. Good salary, and working
conditions. Inquire Personal Di Director,
rector, Director, Alachua General Hospital,
914 SW 4th Ave. (E-114-10t-c).
autos
1964 GTO Convertible, automatic,
blue-green with white top. Very
good condition, a rare one. Must
sell. $1,600. 372-5613. (G-112-
st-p).
1965 VW SEDAN, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, radio, seat belts, luggage
rack. 376-2968. (G-114-st-c).

autos
1965 VOLKSWAGEN Sedan, 34,000
miles. Thoroughly restored to like
new condition engine rebuilt,
new brakes, clutch, tires, battery,
and paint. SIOSO firm. Call 964-
6952 (Starke) SPEND 25? SAVE
SIOO. (G-115-2t-p).
1963 VW Valiant, radio, 28,000
miles. One owner, call 372-1667
after 6 p.m. (G-115-3t-c).
#
" " 11 i
1964 FIAT 1100 Din A-1 condition,
radio, heater, red leather uphol upholstery,
stery, upholstery, seats make into beds, seat
belts. $595. Call 376-3261, Ext.
2832. (G-115-3t-nc).
I
1964 TR-4 -- Low mileage, fully
equipped. Must sell, Best offer.
Call 372-7339 or 372-2449. (G (G---111-stc).
--111-stc). (G---111-stc).
57 Chevy 301, 301, 3 speed Hurst,
4:56 rearend. 6O VW need body
and transmission work. Has newly
rebuilt engine. Make offer 376-
2912. (Gll 6 3t-P)
1964 Volkswagen, red, radio and
heater, wsw, s9s. Call 376-3529
after 6 P.M. (G-113-4t-p)
63VW, one owner, excellent cond.,
WSW tires, radio, 23,500 actual
miles, service record available.
$695. 376-3011 after 6 p.m. (G (G---11G-stC)
--11G-stC) (G---11G-stC)
1964 OLDS, 9 passenger Vista
Cruiser one owner best
care. $1750 372-1878 or 372-
2488. (G-115-4t-c).
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What breed
of cat
are you ?
One of the distinguishing marks of
the With-It Cat is his cool, confident
smile. It comes from knowing the
score, from grasping early what other
cats seem to take forever to under understand.
stand. understand. Things like how important it
is to plan for a career.
Our Campus Internship Program
represents just such an opportunity opportunityto
to opportunityto plan for a career in insurance sales
and sales management and earn while
you learn. Os this company's top 50
agentsa group with incomes impres impressive
sive impressive by any standards 22% began
exactly this way.
To the With-It Cats this will be a
word to the wise. They'll stop by or
give us a call to find out more about
it. As for that other breed . well,
one day maybe theyll get with it, too.
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And Associates
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personal
People for Peace March Saturday
11 A.M. Starts at University Station
(N W 17 th St and First Ave.)
(J- 116-3 t-c)
Attention Duck: Zoot and Brass
burned my blank! Huey. (J-115-
lt-c)
Zebra, haveaGOOVEYand WON WONderful
derful WONderful weekend. Coop. (J-116-
lt-C)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY yesterday,
Gary. Youre the most wonderful
and greatest pinmate in the whole
world. Love, Peanut. (J-116-lt-P)
Drive my car to Calif. April or
May. Call 372-6524.(J-116-st-C)
lost-found
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Insurance
Violations
Uncovered
Chapter 624 of State Statutes,
the Insurance Code, says:
.624.0200 Certificate of author authority
ity authority required. (1) No person shall
act as an insurer and no insurer
or its agents, attorneys, sub subscribers,
scribers, subscribers, or representatives, shall
directly or indirectly transact in insurance
surance insurance in this state except as
authorized by subsisting certifi certificate
cate certificate of authority issued to the
insurer by the commissioner, ex except
cept except as to such transactions as
are expressly otherwise provided
for in this code.
None of the five exceptions listed
in section 624.0201 of the Insurance
Code covers the transaction be between
tween between TIAA and UF doctors.
Starr said the company fulfills
all the qualifications for a state
license, but has declined to seek
permission to do stafte business
and therefore to pay state taxes
like a 1,000-plus other companies
in the state.
Speaking for Commissioner
Williams, Starr said the wording
indirectly transact in the laws
doesnt prohibit mail o rder
business, nor are there any pro provisions
visions provisions in the code to regulate
that type business.
Starr said thats up to postal
regulations.
The contract with TIAA is class classified
ified classified as mail order business
by the insurance commissioner.
We oppose mail order busi business,
ness, business, but that doesnt necessarily
make it illegal, Starr said.
But the danger is that the state
cant control the company or pro protect
tect protect the policy holders.
TIAA was founded by the Car Carnegie
negie Carnegie Corp. and the Carnegie Foun Foundation
dation Foundation in 1918 for the advantage
of teachers who wereat that
timereceiving little in the way
of retirement programs.
TIAA literature says it is a
non-profit, limited- eligibility
organization through which col colleges,
leges, colleges, universities, indepen independent
dent independent schools and other non-profit
and tax-exempt educational and
scientific institutions provide re retirement
tirement retirement and insurance benefits for
staff members.
The justification for the state
refusing HAAs tax-exempt status
is that it basically operates like
any commercial mutual company.
Under the law, mutal companies
supposedly do not make a profit.
All monies over costs are re returned
turned returned to the policy holders as
dividends. Such is the case with
TIAA.
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Wednesday, March 15
Fla Speleological Society: Meeting, 212 Union,
7 p.m.
Phi Sigma Sigma: Lecture, 116 Union, 7 p.m.
Fine Arts Committee: Emergency Meeting, 118
Union, 7:30 p.m.
Air Force Dames: Mrs. Margaret Merkley,
Dames, Air Force Library, 7:30 p.m.
All Air Force ROTC Dames invited.
Veterans Club: Group meeting, Union Aud.,
7:30 p.m.
Gator Sailing Club: Meeting, 121 Union, 7:30p.m.
University Methodist Church: 11 Cyrano De Ber Bergerac,
gerac, Bergerac, University Methodist Church Sanc Sanctuary,
tuary, Sanctuary, 8 p.m.
Pharmacy Dames: Election and Installation of
New Officers, 1826 NW 26th Way 8 p.m.
AIA Film Series: Skyscraper, 105-B AFA,
8 p.m.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes: Andre Kole,
illusionist, MSB Aud., 9:30 p.m.

ID CARD PHOTOS: Identification photographs
will be taken every Friday, 8 a.m.-12 noon,
at Photographic Services, Building I. 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.
ETS FOREIGN LANGUAGE EXAM: March
17, 1967 is the deadline date for paying exam examination
ination examination fee to University of Florida Cashier,
Student Service Center, for the ETS Foreign
Language Exam (in French, German and Rus Russian)
sian) Russian) to be given April 15. March 17 is also
the deadline date for providing receipt of pay payment
ment payment of fee to the Graduate School Office,
235 Tigert Hall, where ticket of admission will
be given.
FLORIDA UNION SPONSORED TRIPS: Puerto
Rico and Virgin Islands, April 22-28; San Juan,
St. Thomas and St. John (freeports). Contact
Florida Union 315, Ext. 2741 for information.

SECOND IMMUNIZATION CLINIC: Free
shots will be given to adults and children of
Flavet in, Thursday, March 16, from 5-7 p.m.
in the Recreation Center. The clinic is spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Alachua County Health Depart Department
ment Department in coordination with the University of
Florida College of Nursing.
CYRANO DE BERGERAC PLAY: The In Inspiration
spiration Inspiration Players, a professional touring reper repertory
tory repertory company, will present Edmond Rostands
classic comic-tragedy The Longest Nose in
Classic Literature, Wednesday, March 15,
8 p.m., in the sancturary of the University
Methodist Church. Those attending will be asked
to contribute SI.OO for the expenses of the
touring company.

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Campus Calendar
Thursday, March 16
Dept, of Economics and Dept, of History
Lecture: Dr. Herbert Heaton, The Quest
of the Quantitative, 10S-B AFA, 3:30 p.m.
Accounting Dept. Lecture: Lx. Herbert E. Miller,
The Role of Accounting in the Evaluation
of Managerial Performance, 118 Mat.,
3:40 p.m.
Christian Science, Union Aud., 5 p. m......
Union Board: Public Relations Committee, 208
Union, 7 p.m.
International Committee: Meeting, 220 Union,
7 p.m.
Painting for Fun: 0i15,215 Union, 7:30 p.m.
Phi Chi Theta: Meeting, 212 Union, 7:30 p.m.
All members required to attend

UNION BOARD COMMITTEES: Applications
are now being considered for dance, recreation,
fine arts, orange & blue, hostess, international,
films and public relations committees. Apply
in room 315, Florida Union.
SPEECH SCREENING REQUIREMENT: All
teacher education majors, regardless of college
enrollment, are required to satisfy the speech
screening requirement before being admitted
into the Advanced Professional sequence, or
enrolling in EDS 400, EDE 400 and the ele elementary
mentary elementary block (EDE 300, 301, and 302.). Ap Appointments
pointments Appointments are now being made in Room 124,
Norman Hall.
STATE TEACHER SCHOLARSHIP LOAN
HOLDERS: Scholarship funds are now avail available,
able, available, Scholarship Section, Student Service Cen Center,
ter, Center, for the Winter Trimester, 1966-67.
UNIVERSITY SURPLUS PROPERTY: Used
furniture, office equipment, etc., available for
transfer to University departments and offices
from Property Records Warehouse, Ext. 2530.

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SEMINAR: Prof.
W. A. Steele of the Department of Chemistry,
Pennsylvania State University, will deliver a
lecture on Molecular Rotation in Liquids
March 15, 2:30 p.m., Room 273, Engineering
Annex. Prof. D. Christiansen, Department of
Chemical Engineering, Princeton University,
will speak March 16, 3:40 p.m., on Tur Turbulent
bulent Turbulent Mixing and Light Scatter Measurement,
in room 273, Engineering Annex.
HERBERT HEATON LECTURE: Dr. Herbert
Heaton, professor emeritus of economic history,
University of Minnesota, will speak Thursday,
March 16, 3:30 p.m. in room 1058 of the
Architecture and Fine Arts Building on The
Quest of the Quantitative. The lecture is
sponsored jointly by the Departments of His History
tory History and Economics. The public is invited.

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Political Science Lecture: Clinton Rossiter,
The Johnson-Goldwater Election and Its
Aftermath, Univ. Aud., 8 p.m. Reception
following in Union Bryan Lounge.
Fla. Folk Dancers: Dance, Union Social Room
8 p.m.
Gamma Beta Phi: Election of Officers, 116
Union, 8:30 p.m. All members are expected
to attend.
Friday, March 17
Movie :Bridge on the River Kwai, MSB
Aud., 7&10:10 p.m.
Chess Club: 215 Union, 7 p.m.
Latin American Colloquium, 324 Union 8 p.m.
IFC Spring Frolics: The Righteous Brothers,
Fla. Gym., 8:15 p.m.
FLORIDA UNION BOX OFFICE: Tickets now
on sale for Grainne Yeats and Andre Kole

PROGRESS TESTS
Students in the following courses are ex expected
pected expected to take the following tests. Each stu student
dent student must bring a No. 2 lead pencil and will
bt required to use his SOCIAL SECURITY
NUMBER.
CET 141 PROGRESS TEST: Thursday, March
16, 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) re report
port report to Matherly 102, 105, 108, 112, 113, 114,
115, 116, 117, 118, or 119.
PLACEMENT NOTICES
Students must be registered with the Place Placement
ment Placement Office to interview. Sign-up sheets are
posted two weeks in advance of the interview
date at Building H. All companies will be
recruiting for April and August grads unless
otherwise indicated, (indicates hiring juniors
for summer employment.)
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Floridas only loss in an 8-1
season thus far, 3-0 with the
series sweep of the Wildcats, was
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The Gatorsswept a doubleheader
Monday afternoon from Kentucky,
by l-O scores and showed little
offensive along the way.
The Gators, firmly entrenched
in first place in the Eastern Divi Division
sion Division of the SEC with the three wins
over the Wildcats, are off until
they take on two conference
toughies with Auburn Frida\ and
Saturday afternoon.

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attempts to block Bob Householder shot (Left). Ron Macon, (right)
is fouled by Sigma Nus Tim Culberson while SAEs Howard Coker
fights with John Morton for rebounding position.

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Wednesda/. March 15, 1967, The _Florida Alligator,

Three teams are still in com competition
petition competition for the Blue League Intra Intramural
mural Intramural Championship this year.
Before the golf finals Tuesday
afternoon, the standings showed
Tau Kappa Epsilon leading with
765 points, followed by Phi Gamma
Delta with 756 and Kappa Alpha
with 668 points.
The TKEs and KAs are in
the finals of golf. The winner
of this championship will receive

120 points and the loser 100 points.
The Fijis, already out of golf
competition, will receive 80 points
for their performance.
The KAs won the basketball
championship Monday night by
downing the Chi Phis 54-37. Lawr Lawrence
ence Lawrence Lynn paced the winners with
14 markers.
Alpha Epsilon Pi beat the Fijis
for the handball championship.
Blue League softball will begin
Thursday.
In the Orange League basketball
championship Tuesday night, the
Sigma Nus topped Sigma Alpha
Epsilon 43-35. Ed Todd and Ed
Fletcher led the winning attack
with 13 points each.
Tau Epsilon Phi, already the
winner of the Orange League Cup,
played Delta Tau Delta in the golf
finals Tuesday afternoon.
The TEPs are followed in the
overall race by the SAEs, Sigma
Chis, Delts, and Sigma Nus, re respectively.
spectively. respectively.
Orange League softball will be begin
gin begin Saturday.
Bridge Contest
Starts Tuesday
The annual campus-wide bridge
tournament sponsored by the Flo Florida
rida Florida Union will begin March 28.
The tourney is open to players
of all skill levels.
I think the independents will
sweep the Greeks right off the
map, said Union publicity chair chairman
man chairman Brad Culverhouse.
Independents usually turn out
in strength for this tournament,
said Culverhouse.
Registration deadline for the
bridge tourney is ->et for 5 p.m.
at the Florida Union, room 315.
Students must enter as a pair.
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, The Florida Alligator, Wednesday, March 15, lv* u

Page 12

PROS BASE CHOICES ON NEED #
Colts Get Bubba In First Draft Choice

By JIM BELCHER
NEW YORK (UPI) Bubba Smith,
Michigan Statess giant defensive
end, was grabbed quickly by the
Baltimore Colts Tuesday as the
first player chosen in the first
joint pro football draft a move
which touched off an explosion of
trades.
Baltimore got the right to pick
first through an earlier trade with

Freshman Basketball
Team Lacked Depth

Although Floridas freshman basketball team ended their season
with a 5-12 record, they did earn victories over the finest fresh freshman
man freshman and junior college teams in the South.
The Baby Gators led by Ed Lukco (16.2) defeated nationally ranked
Abraham-Baldwin 87-84. They also turned back Jacksonville Uni University
versity University 73-72 and the University of Georgia freshman 52-49. The
other Gator victories were over St. Petersburg Junior College.
*Our team lacked a big man and depth, remarked freshman
coach Paul Morton. We did play some excellent ball at times.
Ron San Martin, 6-2, really did a job on the boards for us even
though he was giving up six or seven inches to his opposition.
Lukco, a 6-2 guard from Warren, Ohio, led the Gators in scoring
followed by Nick Fotiou, PateTson, New Jersey, (15.0), Tony Duva,
Ft. Lauderdale, (13.3), and Ron San Martin, Tampa, (12.9). San
Martin also led the Gators in free throw shooting with a .793 per percentage
centage percentage (73-92).
The other players on the team this season were Ken Fowle,
Burch Van Fleet, Lee Mahatzke, Steve Gravett, Gary Bicker, Ken
Tomlinson, Jim Johnson, and George Chesier.

Derby Race
Begins Friday
A soapbox derby race will be
sponsored by the Florida Union
during Orange and Blue week,
March 24.
Fra* houses ri v w lead the en entries
tries entries in the soapbox derby com competition,
petition, competition, but it would really be
great if some independents and
sororities would enter, said Brad
Culverhouse, Union publicity
chairman.
Deadline for entries in the race
is 5 p.m. March 24.
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cation vacation time in Jacksonville,
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sonville Jacksonville representative,
Mrs. Lillian Thorn while she
is on campus. Tliose students
interested may sign up in
Room 309 of the Florida
Union Building today. Mrs.
Thorn will conduct inter interviews
views interviews on Wednesday, March
15, from 1 p.m. til 5 p.m.

the newborn New Orleans Saints,
who landed Colt backup quarter quarterback
back quarterback Gary Cuozzo in exchange.
The Minnesota Vikings, the big biggest
gest biggest dealer among the 25 teams
taking part in the combined Nat National
ional National and American Football Lea League
gue League draft, got to pick second thr through
ough through its trade with the New York
Giants, which cost the Vikings
quarterback Fran Tar kenton.
Minnesota picked Michigan State

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halfback Clint Jones.
Spartan linebacker George Web Webster
ster Webster was grabbed off by the Hous Houston
ton Houston Oilers, who picked fifth, and
State end Gene Washington went
as the eighth pick to Minnesota,
the Vikings regular turn.
The big surprise in the first
round, which took four hours and
16 minutes to complete, was the
wave of trades it caused, involv involving
ing involving a host of veteran performers
and sending Heisman Trophy-win Trophy-winning
ning Trophy-winning quarterback Steve Spurrier
to the San Francisco Forty-Niners.
Hie Colts selection of Smith
was itself somewhat of a surprise
to most, but it stunned the Atlanta
Falcons, who had counted on land landing
ing landing him. After Smith was named,
the Falisons, who were supposed
to pick third, whent into an imm immediate
ediate immediate huddle. The result was a
trade which gave the Forty-Niners

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the draft choice and gaye the Fal Falcons
cons Falcons three established players playersflanker
flanker playersflanker Bernie Casey, defensive
end Jim Norton and defensive guard
Jim Wilson.
That was only the start as far
as the trades were concerned.
The Vikings got another first firstround
round firstround pick, giving them a total
of three, when they dealt away
halfback Tommy Mason and ti tight
ght tight end Hal Bedsole, for the Rams'
first-round draft choice and vet veteran
eran veteran tight end Marlin McKeever.
The Rams then got the Vikings
second-round draft choice. Using
Los Angeles regular first round
slot, Minnesota drafted defensive
end Allen Page of Notre Dame.
The New York Giants, who had
no pick until the third round bec because
ause because of its Tarkenton trade with
Minnesota, dealt linebacker Jerry
Hillebrand to the St. Louis Card Cardinals
inals Cardinals for half back Bill Triplett.

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The teams picked mostly by
need rather than by name, choosing
prayers at 18 positions in the first
round. Three quarterbacks went
on the first round. In addition to
Spurrier, Purdue's Bob Griese
was the fourth man picked, going
to the Miami Dolphins, and Don
Horn of San Diego State went to
NFL champion Green Bay.
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