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Vol. 59, No. 118

Bonding Program
Investigation Set

The possibility of a Student Government bond bonding
ing bonding program will be investigated by Joe Mason,
secretary of legal affairs, Student Body Pre President
sident President Charles Shepherd announced Thursday.
Shepherd said the possible program was promp prompted
ted prompted by a UF student spending the weekend in jail
because the University failed to sign for his bond.
Copies of a memorandum from the student body
president were sent to Mason, Honor Court Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor Dave Welch, and Don Braddock, Student
Government treasurer.
The events of the past week dictate the ne necessity
cessity necessity of looking into a possible Student Govern Government
ment Government bonding program. I feel strongly that no
student should spend time in jail because the
University doesn't post bond,* the memorandum
read.
Arrested Saturday afternoon on a charge of driv driving
ing driving with a suspended driver's license, the student
was detained in the Gainesville city jail until
Monday when his brother posted bond.
Wauburg Study
Utter Failure,
Shepherd Says
By JUDY REDFERN
Alligator Staff Writer
The Wauburg Study Committee is an utter
failure," Student Body President Charles Shep Shepherd
herd Shepherd said Thursday. 'Hie committee has been
meeting for three years and I don't think what
it has come up with is very useful at all.
"One problem lies with the student body,"
Shepherd said. "Students just haven't really pushed
for full develqpement of the

Wauburg area.'*
Shepherd termed Camp Wauburg
the area with the greatest po potential
tential potential for recreational use." He
said student funds are available
to open up the south area of the
lake and that it will be done be before
fore before the end of the summer.
The possibility of surety bonds
for off-campus residents who
would father be bonded than pay
a deposit for utilities is being
explored by Student Government
attorneys, according to S hepherd.
He told the conference Student
Government has had exploratory,
talks" with local attorneys con concerning
cerning concerning hiring legal counsel for
students.
We need to work out the de details
tails details and define what the attor attorneys
neys attorneys will do," he said.

IN THE CLOVER--Pretty Sandy
McGinnis is in the clover today
because it's St. Patricks Day.
Besides, theyre the closest thing
in Gainesville to real shamrocks.

University of Florida, Gainesville

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GREEN POWER

Its St. Paddys Day;

r So What The Irish Say

UFers of Irish descent may take
time out to celebrate today with
a wee small nip. One local pub
is celebrating the day by serving
green beer. Anyway, even if

Veto Not The Way
To Choose: Dauer

youre not Irish, just sit back
and enjoy a pretty colleen like*
Sandy. Oh, by the way, Erin
Go Braugh.

Friday, March 17, 1967

By JOE TORCHIA
Alligator Staff Writer
A veto is not the way to choose a president,'*
according to Manning J. Dauer, chairman of the
Department of Political Science and the head of
the Faculty Senate committee elected to consult
with the Board of Regents in the choice of a
new UF president.
You don't sit around and veto each otheryou
dont do things that way," Dauer continued. The
only way to choose a president is through mutual
consultation."
The procedure for choosing a president is in
the University Constitution. Too much is being
made about the point of a veto," he said.
Dauer was referring to the requests submitted
by the UF and FSU chapters of the American
Association of University Professors hoping the
Board of Regents will vest a veto power in the
faculty members of the selection committee."
Dauer is chairman of that committee which
was elected at the February meeting of the Fa Faculty
culty Faculty Senate, as provided for by the University
Constitution.
Article I of the Constitution says that when a
new president is to be chosen the Senate will
elect a faculty committee of five members to
consult with the Board of Regents and be ad adviser
viser adviser to them.
Dauer said over 100 names are now being con considered
sidered considered for a successor to UF President J. Wayne
Reitz and people from all over the nation are
on our list."
He couldn't give a deadline for the decision.
The other members of the committee to ad advise
vise advise in the choice of a president are Henry A.
Fenn, professor of law; Dr. George M. Harper,
engineering; Dr. Emanuel Suter, dean of the
College of Medicine and Dr. Clement Donovan,
chairman of the Department of Economics.

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March Here
Part Os State
Movement
A state-wide protest of the war
In Vietnam will begin here Satur Saturday
day Saturday with a peace march*' down
University Avenue at 11 a.m.
Some members of the UF facul faculty,
ty, faculty, along with Students for a
Democratic Society (SD6) will lead
the march, which win start at the
campus Post Office and continue
downtown to the Gainesville court courthouse,
house, courthouse, where protest speeches will
be made.
Saturday's march begins a week
long protest movement In Florida,
( SEE MARCIP' PAGE 4)



, The Florida Alligator, Friday, March 17, 1967

Page 2

Constitution Referendum
Will Be Held April 6

A new Student Government constitution and se several
veral several other measures will be considered by the
student body in a special referendum April 6.
President Charles Shepherd announced the spe special
cial special election during his first weekly news con conference
ference conference Thursday.
Shepherd declined to pinpoint the referendums
in the election.
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The yearbook question may come up again,

Probe Witness Was Hypnotized

NEW ORLEANS (UPl)Attorneys
for Clay L.Shaw finished cross crossexamining
examining crossexamining confidential inform informant
ant informant Perry R. Russo Thursday.
Russo testified he was hypnotized
three times before accusing Shaw
of conspiring to kill President
Kennedy.
Shaws lawyer, vetetan criminal
attorney F. Irvin Dymond, said
abruptly, thats all, at 3:50
p.m. EST after eight hours of gril grilling
ling grilling the 25-year-old Baton Rouge,
La., insurance salesman.
Russo testified Tuesday at the
opening of Shaws preliminary he hearing
aring hearing that Shaw, Lee Harvey Os Oswald
wald Oswald and pilot David W. Ferrie
conspired to kill the President
is stand Thursday after having
admitted he failed to recognize
Seminar Fee Money
Goes To 'Dollars
Some S6OO from excess Nation National
al National Security Seminar fees have been
given to the UF Dollars for Schol Scholars
ars Scholars fund and the Greater
Gainesville United Fund.
Dr. E.T. York, general chairman
for the January seminar, said
S3OO was given to each fund be because
cause because of the community and school
participation in the seminar.
UFs Dollars for Scholars fund
will be boosted some $2,700 as
a result of the NSS excess funds.
The federal government contribu contributes
tes contributes $9 for every $1 put up by
the University.

UF Student Takes 2nd In Hearst
Mrs. Jeraldine W. Brown, 4JM, former Alligator Staff Writer,
recently received second-place honors and S4OO from her entry in
the William Randolph Hearst Foundations national competition for
Journalism students.
This is the highest honor UF has received in the Hearst competition
this year.
In the investigative and interpretative series competition, Mrs.
Brown submitted a three-part series on race relations in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville that was run in the Gainesville Sun.
In the UF preliminary competition, Mrs. Brown tied for first place,
winning $25.
After her April graduation, she will join the St. Petersburg Times
staff as a general assignment reporter.
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Oswald as Leon Oswald- the
name he knew him by- for three
years and not until a police ar artist
tist artist drew whiskers on the assas assassins
sins assassins picture.

Expert Says Dodd Aide
Could Have Forged Checks

WASHINGTON (UPI) A hand handwriting
writing handwriting expert testified Thursday
that Sen. Thomas J.Dodd did not
sign 39 checks allegedly used to
pay personal bills with campaign
funds.
But he said the checks totaling
$3,322 could have been signed by
Dodds chief accuser, described as
a master forger.
Charles Andrew Appel Jr., a
retired FBI specialist, told the
Senate Ethics Committee that Mi Michael
chael Michael V.OHare could forge Dodds
name so well that any bank would
accept it. OHare was Dodds of office
fice office manager and is a major wit witness
ness witness against his former boss.
Although Appel said that OHare
could have forged the checks, he
was never asked if he actually
did. That point had been unex unexplored
plored unexplored when the committee reces recessed
sed recessed until 10 a.m. EST Friday.
Earlier, however, attorney John
F. Sonnett told the committee he
Would prove that OHare lied under
oath Wednesday when he denied
that he signed the Connecticut
Democrats names to checks.

Shepherd said. He was referring to a proposal
to change the name of the Seminole since Flo Florida
rida Florida State Universitys athletic teams are called
the Seminoles.
According to Shepherd, there may be a question
on the ballot concerning students willingness
to pay a tuition increase for certain projects
now being considered.

He also conceded he had under undergone
gone undergone psychiatric treatment, and
that Garrison had him hypnotized
as late as last Monday, the day
before the hearing started.

Sonnetts charge came as he
opened Dodds defense before the
committee, which is investigating
charges that the senator diverted
thousands of dollars in political
contributions for his personal use.
Dodd contends that he did use
money collected from testimonials
to pay personal debts, but that this
was the intent of the donors.
British Debaters
Here Tuesday
Two British debaters will be
here Tuesday night to challenge
UFs on the sub subject
ject subject Resolved: That This House
Will Fight In South Vietnam.
The debaters, Miss Pamelalngs
and David Hunt, have been touring
the United States challenging de debate
bate debate teams at many colleges. They
have not lost a match in this
country.
UF debaters Gregg Mathews and
Rhett Rednour will meet the Brit British
ish British team Tuesday night in the
Florida Union Auditorium at 8.
International Social
More than 250 international stu students
dents students and their guests are expected
to attend a social reception Sunday
sponsored by the Florida Union
Board international committee,
chairman Lynn Bachman an announced
nounced announced today.
The social is in the Unions
Bryan Lounge at 4 p.m.

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atre Theatre will present The Return of
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series of silent screen film clas classics,
sics, classics, at 6 and 8 p.m. Sunday
at the Medical Science Building
Auditorium.
Featured will be actual one onereel
reel onereel comedies and dramas from
the early days of motion pictures.
Among silent stars represented
are Charlie Chaplin, Rudolph Val Valentino,
entino, Valentino, Laurel and Hardy, Dou Douglas
glas Douglas Fairbanks, Will Rogers and
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Think Twice Before lighting Up;
It Could Be Very Embarrassing

By HAROLD KENNEDY
Alligator Staff Writer
Its a warm spring day in one of UFs
classrooms. Your professor is reading his
lecture in a low, monotonous, slightly nasal
tone. Your eyelids grow heavy and your
head begins to nod and so light up a ciga cigarette,
rette, cigarette, hopeing itll wake you up.
But hold it right there.
If that professor is up on his campus
regulations, you may come in for some
embarassment, and may even be ejected
from class. Because smoking, as well as
bringing soft drinks, coffee or food into
instructional rooms (including class classrooms,

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hibited prohibited by section 10.2 of UFs Policy Man Manual.
ual. Manual.
Although faculty members are, for the
most part, quite lenient in their enforce enforcement
ment enforcement of this little known rule, the regula regulation
tion regulation has been in existence for years, UF
President J. Wayne Reitz office said Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday.
Theoretically, any professor who would
not like to hold classes under the trees,
like ancient Greek philosophers, would be
wise to enforce the rule.
The regulation against indiscriminate
smoking and consumption of food has as its

Leg Council Housing Committee
Schedules Dormitory Meetings

In an attempt to establish better
communications between Univer University
sity University Housing and residence halls,
the Legislative Council Housing
Committee has set up a series
of programs to be held in the
residence areas.
According to Housing Committee

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Friday, March 17, 1967, The Florida Alligator.

Chairman Carol Freedman, the
meetings will serve a three-fold
purpose.
They will allow the housing staff
to present its goals and ideas for
University Housing and to explain
new facilities such as the Twin
Towers and Yon Hall.

basis good housekeeping or cleanliness, com common
mon common courtesy, and the prevention of fire,
says a Presidential memorandum dated Oct.
1, 1966.
The memorandum, addressed to members
of the Administrative Council, said that
smoking was allowed in certain rooms in
some buildings. .designated as recreation
or seminar rooms with ash trays or urns
provided.
The October memorandum was the latest
one to date dealing with the no smoking
policy. Reitz periodically issues memor memoranda
anda memoranda calling for the enforcement of Univer University
sity University policy.

The meetings will give Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Housing Jack Zucker the
opportunity to present his plan planned
ned planned projects for the coming year
and to explain the duties of his
cabinet position and they will give
area residents the opportunity to
ask questions about pol policies.
icies. policies.
Miss Freedman said, Our
Committee feels that there has
been a tremendous lack of com communication
munication communication between the housing
staff and the residence halls, but,
we feel that this meeting may be
one step in the direction of cur curing
ing curing the problem.*
Dr. Harold Rlker, housing di director,
rector, director, seems to agree that this
area can stand some improvement
and has expressed Interest in the
program and given it his whole wholehearted
hearted wholehearted approval,*' she added. All
that we ask now is that enough
people show they are interested
and willing to bring their questions
and suggestions to the iffeeting.
Meetings are tentatively sched scheduled
uled scheduled for Hume and Broward on
Thursday March 23 and Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday March 29.

Page 3



:, The Florida Alligator, Friday, March 17, 1967

Page 4

Housing Complaint
Service Inaugurated

UF students can now obtain help
in solving complaints about hous housing
ing housing through a Student Government
complaint service, the Alligator
learned Thursday.
Student Government Secretary of
Housing Jack Zucker said his office
would offer a housing complaint
service either by phone or in
person Monday through Friday.
Service will begin today,
Zucker said.

Army Band jShow Set

The internationally famous Uni United
ted United States Army Field Band of
Washington, D.C., comes to cam campus
pus campus on Monday, March 27. The
Kings of the Highway will appear
in University Auditorium at 8 p.m.
Commanded and conducted by
Major Wilmont N. Trumbull of Ar Arlington,
lington, Arlington, Virginia, the Field Band
presents a well rounded program
desighned to appeal to all musical
tastes.
The Soldiers Chorus, directed
by Sergeant Major Gene Coughlin
March

From Page 1

under the heading of Florida Days
of Judgement.
After the march here a protest
is going to be held in Tampa
Sunday and on the following Satur Saturday
day Saturday a peace walk will be held from
Ft. Lauderdale to Miami.
The Florida Days of Judge Judgement
ment Judgement protest project is sponsored
by various peace organizations in
the state.
All groups and individuals who
oppose the war in Vietnam are
urged to join in the protest mar marches
ches marches and virgils which are planned
during the week, a local SDS
spokesman said Thursday.
As part of the activities leading
up to the march a Peace break breakfast
fast breakfast will be held at the Bent Card
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Mathews, whom Kirk said he
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said he was not a candidate for
the job and was one of the main
backers of Sen. Verle Pope for
the job and for reelection in a
new Senate district of which Du Duval
val Duval Jacksonville is the largest
county.
I am 1,000 per cent behind
Verle Pope, said Mathews. I
am raising funds and campaign campaigning
ing campaigning as hard as a man could.
Having a man of Sen. Popes ex experience,
perience, experience, background and proven
leadership as president is a day
we have looked forward to.
House Speaker Ralph Turling Turlington
ton Turlington also spoke out for Pope, say saying
ing saying he had a lot of respect for
the veteran of 20 Senate sessions
and I hope he will be elected.
Turlington refused to strike back
but said I hope the people of
my district will consider the me merit.
rit. merit. of the candidates and elect
me.
A half dozen legislators, all De Democrats,
mocrats, Democrats, called Kirks references
to Pope in terms of the stumbling,
bumbling, bombastic Sen. Claghorn
of Fred Allen radio program days
a blunder, but said they did not
want to be quoted by name and
drawn into the squabble.
The governor based his objec objections
tions objections to Pope on the fact that
the Senate president succeeds a
governor unable to serve and he
said he and Popes philosophy
and views of government were dia diametrically
metrically diametrically opposed.
I cannot understand anyone,
even Claude Kirk, making state statements
ments statements like this, said Mathews,
who was reelected without De Democratic
mocratic Democratic or GOP opposition.

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Publications Commission
Announced By Shepherd

By JUDY REDFERN
Alligator Staff Writer
Formation of a Publications study commission
similar to the Student Rights Commission was
announced Thursday by Student Body President
Charles Shepherd.
The commission will have 11 ana will
present possible solutions to studei
problems, Shepherd said.
Dr. H.B. Clark of the Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences was named commission cha chairman.
irman. chairman. Shepherd said the names of the remain remaining
ing remaining committee members will be released after
he contacts them.
The commission is set to meet several times
this trimester and will present its findings to
Shepherd at the end of A term. Proposals from
the commission will then be presented to the
Board of Student Publication.
According to Shepherd, the Board of Student
Publications endorsed the idea of a publications

PROBE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIONS

Regents To Mull Budget Cuts

The Florida Board of Regents
will hear a report on the effects
of Budget Com mission cuts on bud budget
get budget requests of the State Univer University
sity University System at a meeting to be
held in Orlando Monday.
1-Man, 1-Vote
Gets Bumpy
Florida Ride
JACKSONVILLE (UPI) Floridas
bumpy road to "one-man, one onevote
vote onevote representation in Congress
took a U-turn in federal appeals
court Thursday and apparently he headed
aded headed back to U.S. District Court
in Miami.
Three judges of the sth Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit Court of Appeals told law lawyers
yers lawyers for the state and for pri private
vate private citizens seeking realignment
of the 12 congressional districts
that the suit apparently didnt be belong
long belong in the appellate court.
Theres no question in my mind
that somethings got to be done
quickly about this problem, said
Judge Homer Thornberry. Judges
W. Dyer and Orie Phillips agreed.
But the district court ruling
upholding the present districts districtsissued
issued districtsissued by Judge Emmet Choate at
Miami in 1966--apparently should
have been handled by a three threejudge
judge threejudge court,

At a meeting last month, the
Budget Commission recommended
a total outlay of $199,196,152 in
operating funds fo*- *hr universi universities
ties universities for the 19.. j biennium,
this was a reduction of $65.9
million from the amount requested
by the Board of Regents.
One of the major impacts of
the Budget Commission actions
will be in the academic salary
area. The Regents had recom recommended
mended recommended raises ranging from 11
to 22 per cent the first year of
the next biennium to bring aca academic
demic academic pay up to the average of
comparable institutions throughout
the country. Increases averaging
seven per cent were requested for
the second year of the biennium.
The Budget Commission recom recommended
mended recommended raises averaging 6.72 per
cent the first year and 5.39 per
.cent the second year.
UF Modern Dance
Performance Sunday
UFa modern dance group will
present An Afternoon of Music
Sunday, at 4:15 p.m. in University
Auditorium.
The admission free program in includes
cludes includes a lecture demonstation
narrated by Mrs. Elizabeth C.
Lassard, sponsor for the group.
Mrs. Lassard is a faculty member
of the College of Physical Edu Education
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committee at its last meeting.
The Board has been essentially bogged down
in the day to day operation of the publications
and has not had the opportunity to look at the
overall picture with imagination, Shepherd said.
He said financial difficulties were the biggest
problems faced by campus publications. He said
the newspaper, yearbook, and magazine need a
framework to get the best possible use of their
money.
The financial framework under which the year yearbook
book yearbook operates needs to be questioned, Shepherd
said.
He denied being in favor of abolishing the
yearbook and suggested that the money from
student fees alloted to the yearbook might be used
more profitably elsewhere in student publica publications.
tions. publications.
Publications budgets have not been realistic
in the past. The budget recently submitted has
approached reality for the first time, Shepherd
stated.

Friday, March 17, 1967, Tbe Florida Alligator,

On the Regents agenda will be
consideration of proposed policies
relating to university foundations
and university athletic programs.
At the February meeting in Tampa,
Board Chairman Chester H. Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson called upon the Council of
Presidents to develop policies re relating
lating relating to the responsibility and ac accountability
countability accountability of the fdundations and
athletic associations. All of the
universities have foundations
which seek to assist higher edu education
cation education through private financial
support.

Assistant Dean Os Women Resigns

Miss Jennell Spear, assistant
dean of women at UF, is resign resigning
ing resigning her post to become dean of
students at Converse College in
Spartanburg, S.C.
A native of Kinston, N.C., Miss
Spear holds a B. A. from Agnes
Scott College and a M.A. from
Syracuse University.
Miss Spear is a member of four
national honorary fraternities: the
Southern College Personnel Asso-

Trip To Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico

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year the Unions Program Office
is sponsoring a trip to Puerto

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and itll be the Right Righteous
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Medley. But, unfortun unfortunately
ately unfortunately for the public,
tickets are sold out
for the performance.

ciation, the National of
Women Deans and Counselors,
American Personnel and Guidance
Association and the Association of
Higher Education.
Before coming to UF, Miss Spear
was a dean at Longwood College,
Farmville, Va.
Miss Spear is currently working
toward a doctorate at the Univer University
sity University of Denver.

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The trip is scheduled for April
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A deposit of SSO is required
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The Florida Alligator
'A MCj. Ii Om BwfhuPfcwTlitTuitt.'
EDDIE SEARS 808 MENAKER STEVE HULL
Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor
ANDY MOOR 808 BECK
Editorial Editor Sports Editor
Opinions of columnists do oo uecessaniy reflect the
editorial viewpoint of the AUlfator. The only official
voice of the Alligator staff is the editorial In the left
column.

Os Import
People arent about to get excited over
voting these days. And nobody can really
blame them.
State residents have been asked to go
to the polls twice in the past three months
with one important legislative election
still on the docket.
Gainesville residents are even more
overloaded with elections, having a city
commission election this Tuesday in ad addition
dition addition to legislative races. This means
that a conscientious citizen here would
to to the polls on three successive Tues Tuesdays.
days. Tuesdays.
A UF student whose legal domicile is
Gainesville is even more inclined to
head-spinning. On top of the other five
elections he could have voted in, he had
a student body election which named the
UF Student Body President.
As anyone can see, its going to be
hard to arouse interest in a special
student body election -- especially when
no office-holders are on the ballot.
Thats the problem that faces us.
The most important student body elec election
tion election in five years has been slated for
April 6. It will determine whether or
not a new constitution is accepted.
Its not every day that voters get the
chance to change fundamental law. Its
true that it can be accomplished through
referendum at any time, but that almost
never happens. Indeed, it is a rare
opportunity for voters to pass on their
most basic law.
The first draft of the constitution has
come out. It has a lot of good points,
and just as many bad. It will settle such
questions as (l)how many members Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council should have and how the
representation should be determined, (2)
just how much authority legislative and
executive brances should each have over
financial matters, (3) whether runoffs
should decide elections where there is no
majority and (4) the judicial system which
will control their lives.
This may seem insignificant to some,
but when it is realized that more than
$500,000 in student fees could be at stake
here, the constitution much larger.
Even more important, this election will
affect the power of student leaders and
their subsequent power in dealing with
others in such areas as student rights,
and academic affairs.
In short, the constitutional election is
no small matter.
-
It ought to be scrutinized closely by
every student.

OUR MAN HOPPE

Smut, A Problem For Study

By ART HOPPE

The public outcry against the
Supreme Courts recent attempt
to clarify obscenity is now reach reaching
ing reaching a crescendo. And no one is
more outraged than Mr. Homer T.
Pettibone, one of the most widely
read writers of our times. (Under
various noms de plume.)
Confusing! Obsucating! Un Unworkable!
workable! Unworkable! cried Mr. Pettibone,
a look of pain on his finely chi chiseled
seled chiseled features. The chaotic op opinions
inions opinions of these senile old men have
imposed an unbearable burden on
us craftsmen.
It couldnt be as bad as all
that, Isaid.
I am seriously considerin lay laying
ing laying aside my pen forever, he
said, adjusting his paisley Ascot
with his long, tapered fingers.
For it has become all but im impossible
possible impossible for a modern author, even
one of my caliber, to write smut.
***
Good Heavens! I couldnt help
but exclaim.
Take my latest work, Play Playthings
things Playthings of Lust, said Mr. Petti Pettibone,
bone, Pettibone, staring moodily Into his
brandy snifter. The reviews were
marvelous. Hard core pornogra pornography,
phy, pornography, Absolutely vile, Pure
slime. Those are only some of
the phrases lavished on it. And
not one found an iota of literary
merit.
Thats important?
Crucial. It must be totally
without literary merit to qualify
as smut. Never had I written more
poorly. And then this one idiotic
critic from the Baptist Seminary
Bulletin hstd to call it, A perfect

example of the filth contaminating
our society.
Whats wrong with that?
Redeeming social import importance,
ance, importance, said Mr. Pettibone
gloomily. You see, the Court
lifted the ban onFanny Hill solely
because it was a perfect example
of 18th century pornography. And
here, all unknowing, Id written a
perfect modern example of porno pornography.
graphy. pornography. How can society ban smut
if it has no examples of what
smut is? Thus my socially import important
ant important work was no longer smut.
Most unfair. Was there nothing
you could do?
I tried. I went to mypublisher,
Dirty, Inc., and demanded a hard hardhitting
hitting hardhitting titilating advertising cam campaign.
paign. campaign. This would unredeem it
under Justice Brennans opinion
that a work promoted by titilating
that a work promoted by titila titilating
ting titilating advertisements is obviously
smut.

Florida Alligator Staff
NICK TATRO JIM WHITE NICK ARROYO
Editorial Assistant 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 Redferri, Frank
Shepherd, Lori Steele, Joe Torchia, Harold KenneOy,
Justine Hartman, Eunice Tall Richie, Tidwell

Ingenious.
Yes. The blurb on the jacket
said: The dominant theme of this
material taken as a whole will
appeal to your prurient interest!
But was anybody titilated? No. In
the end, not a single book dealer
would sell it under the counter.
It was a complete flop.
***
A tragedy, I said. And new,
thanks to the Supreme Court, you
have renounced pornography and I
assume you will turn to writing
good, clean, socially acceptable
novels?
Mr. Pettibone looked aghast.
Good gracious, he said. I just
explained how difficult it is to
guess what the Supreme Court
thinks smut is. I couldnt even be begin
gin begin to guess what they think it
isnt.



EDITOR:
It seems perfectly reasonable to
me that each citizen of the USA
has an obligation to serve his coun country.
try. country. Among the many reminders
of this obligation stands that white whitehaired
haired whitehaired gent who with the point of
his finger indicates that he wants
YOU... and me.
Ive read in the papers where
another gent feels that a lottery
would be a swift and impartial
method of distributing those cheery
little greetings that also remind
one of his obligation. Its some something
thing something to think about...
All of us who make up this coun country
try country could not prosper without the
helping hand that unity brings, but
can we forget the individuals who
together form this union? Its been
said that this is a nation of sheep.
Some people lose sleep over this
... others thank their lucky stars
that the herd follows as nicely as

March For Peace
Deemed Essential

EDITOR:
sefif/a: The debate over our Vietnam
policy is hitting a new peak. In
the New York Times two weeks
age 400 Yale University Faculty
members expressed deep dissatis dissatisfaction
faction dissatisfaction with the Presidents pol policies
icies policies in Vietnam, and urged him
to cease bombing North Vietnam
as a first step to peace. In the
week that followed 6600 teachers
and faculty from universities a across
cross across the country signed a one sen sentence
tence sentence letter urging President John Johnson
son Johnson the halt the bombing of Viet Vietnam.
nam. Vietnam. Last week 4400 teachers and
faculty signed a letter which de demanded
manded demanded that the President halt the
war. Stop the killing of American
youth...more than 7500 already
dead protesting a corrupt military
dictatorship against the wishes of
the Vietnamese people.
In the intervening weeks the Ad Administration
ministration Administration has escalated the war.
This contradictory process of
more public urgings to cease the
bombing, coupled with increased
escalation, has led Professor Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Schlesinger Jr. to say that
the Administration does not want
peace talks at this time.
So what to do. As George Stein Steiner
er Steiner wrote to Noam Chomsky, author
of an article on the responsibility
of intellectuals, You rightly say
that we are all responsible; you
rightly hint that our future status
may be no better than that of the
acquiescent intellectual under Na Nazism.
zism. Nazism. But what action do you urge
or even suggest? The problem
becomes,What to do to protest?
For people like Steiner and Chom Chomsky,
sky, Chomsky, who have already participated
in teach-ins and demonstration
marches, it is a difficult question
to answer. But for the mass of
people at this University it is
quite easy--take a walk for peace
this Saturday. Show at least this
community that the opposition to
the war is not a lunatic fringe,
that indeed, at many universities
it is the lunatic fringe that sup supports
ports supports the war effort.
The letter to the New York
Times summed it up very well.
As American citizens we are
responsible for the actions of our
government. And as teachers we
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It does indeed seem reasonable that
each citizen owes his country a
measure of his time and effort.
However...if Uncle tells me that the
only way a citizen may serve is
by carrying a rifle, Im apt to
disagree with him.
Various groups at the top have
been trying to discover the fairest,
cheapest way of updating our pre present
sent present system of extracting obli obligations
gations obligations due. I happen to believe
that there are countless ways of
serving this country and more
important, the good of man as a
whole without having to raise
your hand against another.
Im hoping that when our elected
representatives finally do get to together
gether together in agreement on a new
system for the use of this coun countrys
trys countrys young men, they will not over-

feel a particular responsibility to
the youth and children of our na nation--and
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American citizen, can, in good con conscience,
science, conscience, sit idly by in the face
of this illegal, immoral and sense senseless
less senseless war.
This letter is not meant to per persuade
suade persuade those of you who are un undecided.
decided. undecided. It is meant to urge those
of you who are against the war,
and there are thousands in the
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Groups Fight For Intramural Titles

By STEFANIE JARIUS
Alligator Society Editor
ZETA TAU ALPHA
Zeta won the sorority basketball intra intramural
mural intramural championship last week.
Susan Hauseman is a new traffic court
justice; sisters in the Orange and Blue Queen
contest.
The Zeta Pickers Band will appear for
the first time on campus in the Orange
and Blue talent show.
PI KAPPA ALPHA
Pike Founders Day will be celebrated
Saturday. Brother Col. Sanders, famous
restauranteur, will be guest speaker.
TAU EPSILON PHI
TEP honored UF president J. Wayne
Reitz by presenting him with a plaque
and establishing the J. Wayne Reitz
Scholarship Trophy.
Announcement of the new chapter award
was made at a testimonial dinner March 9.
(see picture) Fraternity chancellor Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Sack presented the plaque to Reitz
in appreciation for his outstanding ser service
vice service to the university and the fraternity
system.
The scholarship award will be made
annually to the chapter member with the
highest scholastic average.
BETA THETA PI
Beta weekend recently featured a luau
complete with roasted pig.
Beta sweetheart for 1967 is Gloria
Richards.
Varsity swimmers Tom Dioguardi, Andy
McPherson and freshman Don Cooper set
records at the SEC championships in
Lexington, Rick Spears lead the UF golf
team to the Florida inter-collegiate golf
championship at Daytona Beach recently.
New Beta officers are Clark Vitulli,
president; Jeff Klink, vice president; Mike
Remson, secretary; Steve Becker, treas treasurer;
urer; treasurer; Mike Crew, house manager; Jim
Wallace, social chairman; Steve Billing,
rush chairman; Dan Burke, pledgemaster;
Dennis Dearborn, sergeant-at-arms.
ZETA PHI ETA
Congratulations to president Kathy Tac Taccolini
colini Taccolini for her recent election to Mortar
Board. Thelma Mossman was co-winner
of the Red Barber Award, which was pre presented
sented presented on broadcasting day of Commun Communications
ications Communications Week.
Zeta Tau Eta, national womens speech
arts honorary, is working on a produc production
tion production of The Elf Himself, a play written
by Kathy Taccolini, which will be pre presented
sented presented to various childrens groups this
fall.
ALPHA OMICRON PI
AOPi is well represented on fraternity
sweetheart courts: Rosie Salaris on Lamb Lambda
da Lambda Chis court, Carol Thompson and Til Tilly
ly Tilly Taylor on Theta Chis, Bev Matson
on Phi Delts, JoAnn Mulholland on Pi
Kaps, Sandy McGinnis on Delts.
Parents were honored at a special par parents
ents parents day dinner at the house Sunday.
Susan Parlotta is the newest pledge.
DELTA CHI
Delta Chis weekend this past week
was highlighted by a banquet, formal
ball and the first annual Frigate Frolics.
Awards were given following the ban banquet
quet banquet Saturday: best pledge to Morris Math Mathers;
ers; Mathers; purple hat to John Gibson (editors
note: hmmm ); Es key to Carl J.
Brown, only four of which are given out
nationally.
A special award went to John L. Mica
for unsurpassed service to the chapter
for two years as president.
Saturdays party had a shipwreck theme.
George Allamaras won the door prize for
the best costume.

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honor. TEP president Sidney Sack announces new
scholarship award named for Reitz tv, be given to
brother with highest average snnually. Housemother
Mrs. Herbert Stern looks on.
ALLIGATOR
SOCIETY

DELTA DELTA DELTA
Tri-Delts welcome 23 new sisters to
the fold. They are Bev Benson, Janis
Biewend, Joan Bradbury, Bonnie Caolo,
Cathy Chiste, Stacey Coleman, TrishC
lhoff, Gail Cunningham, Jan Dickens, Nel Nellie
lie Nellie Gammon, Karen Johnson, Robin Lambi,
Susan Lang, Peggy Langstaff, Bev Lytton,
Karin Ostlund, Susan Piercy, Susan Penk,
Nancy Register, Robin Richards, Nancy
Stewart, Maureen Shannon, Sheryl Swan.
Congratulations to sister Janis Biewend,
new Engineering Fair Queen.
Diann Williams is Sigma Chis new
sweetheart. Pat Colbert and Cheryl Wat Watson
son Watson are members of her court. Janet
Martin is a member of the KA sweet sweetheart
heart sweetheart court.
KAPPA ALPHA
KAs Old South weekend began this past
Friday with a secession party and formal
banquet at Ramada Inn. A plantation ball
highlighted the weekend Friday night.
A plantation luncheon on the banks of
the Suwannee River took place Saturday
and the Sharecroppers Stomp Saturday
night topped off the weekend before the
brothers rejoined the Union Sunday.
ALPHA EPSILON PI
AEPi brother Steve Wasserman has
been named Blue Leagues all-campus
bowler, having the highest average for
eight games.
A Tom Jones barbecue is set for
Saturday night and will be followed with
a party featuring music by the Nation
Rockin Shadows.
AEPis handball team (Joel Galpern,
Paul Brezon, Steve Wasserman, Phil
Shenkman) became Blue League champs
this week with the defeat of Fijis team.
PHI SIGMA SIGMA
Phi Sigs have been busy with a com community
munity community project of visiting Sunland the
past few Sundays.
Phi Sig weekend is set for April 1
at which time the chapter will be of offically
fically offically installed on campus. Pledges will
be initiated and special guests, includ including
ing including national officers and sisters from the
University of Miami, will be present.
A dessert social was held with the 'yietas
last week and AOPi Tuesday.

THETA CHI
Theta Chis annual Dream Girl weekend
was held this past week. Gaye Norberg
was named Dream Girl; Tillie Taylor
and Carol Thompson are members of her
court.
The Jugs had a playboy party Satur Saturday
day Saturday with music by the Fabulous Tropics.
CHI PHI
Awards given at Chi Phis spring ban banquet
quet banquet were the Charles D. Wilson Award
to Lofton Westmoreland and the Conrad
Crawford Award to Andy Berky.
Deborah Holt is 1967-68 Chi Phi Sweet Sweetheart.
heart. Sweetheart. Dusty Snipes is the winter terms
pledge class sweetheart.
Final preliminary reports concerning
the new house will be given at the annual
Founders Day meeting Saturday.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
Lambda Chis White Rose weekend saw
Linda Bennett crowned Crescent Girl
this past week. Members of her court
are Susan White, Mary Stewart, Rosemary
Solario, Evelyn Beach.
Other awards presented are outstanding
brother of 1967 to Tom Thoman; outstand outstanding
ing outstanding scholar to Dale Beardsley; outstand outstanding
ing outstanding athlete to Vern Dodd; party boy of
1967 to John Woods.
Sunday marks the annual celebration
of Housemother Day in honor of Mom
Tarr.
Tonight marks the second year the
Lambda Chi house will be turned over
to dates for Frolics night. The girls
will move into the house this afternoon.
Butchy Bledsoe was elected recording
secretary of Florida Horticulture Society
for 1967-68.
Pledge Tom Blakenship is shortstop for
the Baby Gators baseball team.
SIGMA PHI EPSILON
After several weeks of intensive re research
search research Sig Eps have discovered that Sam
(the Sig Ep great Dalmation) is a direct
descendent of Happy, the dog who rides
the Anheuser Busch wagon. Now thats
a pedigree!
Carol Still has been named pledge
class sweetheart.

ALPHA TAU OMEGA
Congratulations to ATO brother Steve
Spurrier for being given the key to the
city of Jacksonville by the city's mayor
in recent ceremonies there.
Jay Herton won low freshman honors
in the recent Florida intercollegiate golf
tournament as he lead UF freshmen to
victory in their division.
SIGMA CHI
Diane Williams became Sigma Chi's
sweetheart and girl of our dreams
this past week. She is pinned to brother
Dennis Mahood and is a new Tri-Delt
member.
Sigma Chi ranked eighth in fraternity
academic standings. The chapter was re recently
cently recently evaluated by the a-sistant execu executive
tive executive secretary of the national fraternity.
The happy pair appeared at all major
events of Sweetheart Weekend.
DELTA GAMMA
DG Claire Connors was chosen Delta
Tau Deltas sweetheart this past week;
Carolyn Greany is on Sigma Chis court;
Frances Spota is on the KA court.
Paula Hicks, Missie Hollyday and Karen
Grayson will model in Gentlemans Quar Quarterly.
terly. Quarterly. Paula is also in the current issue
of Seventeen.
New DG sisters are Connie Adams,
Peggy Benitez, Mary Boyd, Barbara Rush,
Clair Connors, Cherry Dean, Tegie Gib Gibson,
son, Gibson, Karen Grayson, Carolyn Greany,
Patti Larot, Diane Lewis, Conni Man Mangum,
gum, Mangum, Genny McGlannan, Stephanie Mes Messana,
sana, Messana, Jill Mikesell, Teresa Murphy, Carol
Ponce, Gloria Richards, Linda Searl,
Frances Spoto, Becky Wright, Grace Ann
Young.
Pledge class officers are Diane Allen,
president; Carmen Smith, vice president;
Adele Scalese, secretary; Linda Lee,
treasurer; Melony Whitney, song leader;
Christy Tate, chaplain.
DELTA UPSILON
DUs annual sweetheart contest ended
at a dinner-band social with all contes contestants
tants contestants last Friday. Members of the 1967
sweetheart court are Nancy Collier, Linda
Dent, Karen Johnson, Schatzi Lappin,
Adele Scalise.
Five neophytes will be initiated Sat Saturady:
urady: Saturady: A1 Altuve, Tom Carnahan, Tom
Clary, Mike Malone, Mike Slicker. A
banquet will be held in their honor at
the Brahama Restaurant in Ocala follow following
ing following initiation ceremonies.
ALPHA CHI OMEGA
Alpha Chis Jan Seimsley was crowned
Pi Kappa Phis Rose Bowl Queen; Sandi
Cowart is on the sweetheart court of
Delta Tau Delta.
Special praise goes to Kathy Martin,
recently elected to Phi Beta Kappa, na national
tional national honorary fraternity.
New pledges are Tiffany Anderson, Je
Conord, Judy Williams, Eileen Mcargh.
SIGMA KAPPA
Sigmas are proud of Linda Bennett.,
Crescent Girl of Lambda Chi.
Sandy Rogers is the newest pledge;
Linda Post will represent Sigma Kappa
in Orange and Blue Queen contest.
An exchange dinner-social was held with
Beta and a social with KD. Mrs. Miller,
national Panhellenic president and past
national Sigma Kappa president, was a
guest at dinner recently.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON
TKE president Ernest G. Haslam has
been awarded a graduate fellowship worth
approximately $3,000 in electrical engin engineering
eering engineering for the 1967-68 school year. He
has a 3.53 upper division average and
will graduate in August.
Officer elections will be held this week.
TKE 'J67 International Conclave will
be held Aug. 29-Sept. 2 at the Jack Tar
Grand Bahama Hotel and Country Club
in West End, Grand Bahama. UFs chap chapter
ter chapter will sponsor one delegate.
TKE is still first in the running for
the presidents trophy in the Blue League.
Softball is the next sport and final hurdle
to cap the trophy.



.. 5
Holy Shamrock An Irish Turtle-Watcher!

By LORI STEELE
Alligator Society Writer
What does an Irishman do when he is not in Ire Ireland?
land? Ireland?
With St. Patrick's Day here and all, this re reporter
porter reporter scouted around for a son of the Green father fatherland
land fatherland and found an almost original. Peter Pritchard,
president of the European Club, spent the first
nine years of life in England until his family moved
to Ireland. He has lived there for the last 14 years.
In his delightful Irish (English?) accent, Peter
explained that the Rugby Football Final is about the
only big event held on March 17.
St. Patricks Day is more celebrated in southern
Ireland, though St. Patrick is buried in the north,
he said.
Returning to the original question of what does
an Irishman do- If you are Peter Pritchard you be become
come become a zoology graduate student at UF and spend
your summers in South America observing turtles.
I graduated from Ovfnrd in chemestrv. but I
was tired of it, and was interested in biology.

Girls Invade
Frat House
For Frolics
This years Frolics will be high highlighted
lighted highlighted by the unusual talent of
the Righteous Brothers tonight and
the unusual antics of coeds at the
Labmda Chi Alpha fraternity hou house.
se. house.
For the second year Lambda
Chis dates will actually sleep in
the fraternity house on the night
of Frolics. The men will spend
the night elsewhere, and there will
be an all-night police guard to pro protect
tect protect the guests from any would wouldbe
be wouldbe pranksters.
The police will not, however, be
able to stop the girls from pul pulling
ling pulling pranks inside the house. Fra Fraternity
ternity Fraternity Vice president John Woods
commented that it took me two
weeks to untie the socks that were
knotted together last year.
Housemother Mrs. Lenarue C.
Tarr voiced another opinion: It
seems to give the girls a better
understanding of fraternity life.
They also come to appreciate more
the chapter house in which they
are so often entertained.*
The girls will move into the
house at 5:30 this afternoon and will
leave Saturday afternoon. Needless
to say, the entire invasion has
been approved by the Dean of Men
and Dean of Women.

Babies Like Arriving
In The Morning

LONDON (UPI) Babies seem
to like to arrive at the most in inconvenient
convenient inconvenient times, three to four
oclock in the morning, and hate
arriving before suppertime, a around
round around five or six in the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon.
This was the conclusion drawn
by Andrew Crowther, a medical
student, after study of 1,331 births
in two years.

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In a report in World Medicine,
Crowther said the reason for early
morning births might be because
of the bodys 24-hour clock which
continues to regulate bodily func functions
tions functions despite outside conditions;
because a woman becomes more
relaxed at night, thus bringing on
labor, or because darkness in
some way influences the onset
of labor.

BUT ARE THEY GREENY

research professor in zoology), so I wrote to him
about some of my findings on turtles. He helped
me get in, he said.
When he an .cd here in September of 1965, Peter
was assigned to teach zoology.
I had never been to a zoology lecture before!
But it worked out all right. I told the students, most mostly
ly mostly freshman and sophomores in the 181 course,
and they werent afraid to ask questions, Peter
said.
On April 25, Peter will go to Surinam, Dutch Gui Guiana,
ana, Guiana, located in South America. About 500 turtles
have been found nesting there, he said.
Indians have been selling their eggs. It is the
only beach on which it is legal to do so. I will act
as a conservation agent, employing native (Javanese)
game wardens. We will buy the eggs from the natives
as we dont want to interfere with their economy.
After these eggs hatch, Peter plans to move on
to another beach just over the border in French
Guiana.
One man has reported as many as 200 sea turtles
nesting there. These are the largest ones in the
world. They can grow as much as 7 feet and weigh
ton, Peter calmly stated.

Greek Service Projects,
A Benefit To Community

By JOANN LANGWORTHY
Alligator Society Writer
In addition to the social imaage
presented on campus, most fra fraternities
ternities fraternities also act as service or organizations
ganizations organizations on campus and in the
community as well
During February, for example,
Sigma Phi epsilon sponsored the
Heart Fund Drive. Main activity
or the drive was a chicken dinner
on Feb. 19, during which a total
or 950 chicken dinners were packed
and sold by Sig Eps.
With the help of other fraterni fraternities,
ties, fraternities, Sig Eps also set up road roadblocks
blocks roadblocks at various places on cam campus
pus campus and collected money for the
blood drive from occupants in the
halted cars. A total of $2,000 dol dollars
lars dollars was collected during the mon month
th month and the sum donated to the Ala Alachua
chua Alachua County Heart Fund.
Phi Delta Theta fraternity has
also been active in service pro projects
jects projects this trimester. Acting as sub substitute
stitute substitute handymen, they have been
painting, gardening and generally
cleaning up at the Boys Club,
Sidney Lanier School and other pla places.
ces. places. They alsp stuffed 20,000 Eas Easter
ter Easter Seals for local Jaycee wives.
Many of the Theta Chis pro projects
jects projects center around work with
needy families. For instance, they
work with Project Cheer, (he (headed
aded (headed by the Thete Chi housemother)
and wrap and deliver gifts to needy
families. They are currently plan planning
ning planning to spend a day fishing with
elderly men from the Gainesville
Nursing Home.
Some fraternities have joined
with sororities in performing var various
ious various service activities. The Delts
join the DGs every year in giving
a dance for blind students from
St. Augustine School for the Blind.
The TEPs and AEPhis got to together
gether together and gave a Halloween par party
ty party for children at Sunland. TEPs
have also worked with VISTA du during
ring during the past year.
In addition to these community
projects, there are also many cam campus
pus campus service projects in which all
fraternities participate. These ac-
the IFC Blood Dri-

Friday. March 17, 1967, The Florida Alligator.

As it is, there are approximately 50 turtles res ressiding
siding ressiding in his office in Building I. Not only these
live ones from all parts a of the world, but he also
has shelves full of turtle skulls and jars of pre preserved
served preserved (pickled?) turtles.
The strange scratching sounds haunting Building I
are not Irish leprechauns, merely the fine speci specimans
mans specimans flourishing under Peter Pritchards turtle turtlegreen
green turtlegreen thumb.
r r
HAPPY ST. PATRICKS DAY
. .from a greenfriend

ve, World University Service, Dol Dollars
lars Dollars for Scholars and March of
Dimes.
Each year one fraternity is awa awarded
rded awarded the Dan McCarty Trophy by
the IFC for overall service to the
community and to the campus. The
trophy which will be presented to-

They Make Dates;
Its Their B usiness

By HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Staff Writer
Four UF students have been
busy in the past year making dates
for thousands of people through throughout
out throughout the nation.
The four, Gerald Haskins, Char Charles
les Charles Steadham, Tom Gause and
Brian Morgan are the founders
of Data Mate, a computer dating
system.
Data Mate is now one of the
largest such operations in the
country, Haskins, 4AS, told the
Alligator Thursday.
He said Data Mate had circula circulated
ted circulated over 500,000 questionnaires in
1966. There were several thousand
responses to these.
The Data Mate men get three
dollars for each response.
We began the idea in the fall
of 1965, Haskins said. We did
research on it for six months with
help from experts. Brian and Tom
are engineers. I handle the ques questionnaires
tionnaires questionnaires and Charles works the
business end.
Our first run was at Florida
State University in the spring of
1966, Haskins continued. We
didnt know then if wed continue
but because of the response we
decided to keep going.
Haskins said he and his friends
started their business with SSO
worth of capital and rest on cre credit.
dit. credit.
Now, he says, neither he, nor
the other three men, are going to
see interviewers for jobs although

night at Spring Frolics, is one of
the most coveted awards on cam campus.
pus. campus.
Though fraternities are prima primarily
rily primarily social groups, their f:.ction
as service organizations will con continue
tinue continue to serve as an improtant
part of community life.

they will all graduate shortly or
have recently graduated.
Instead, the four are going to
manage Data Mate full-time.
Actually, Haskins said,
there is a pretty close margin
of profit in computer dating. At
some schools we lose money.
Nevertheless, Haskins and his
crew intend to stick with Data
Mate. This is going to get us
all up for jobs as computer pro programmers
grammers programmers or something in that
field, he says.
So far as the UF is concerned
Haskins says We got in our
last runcombining the UF and
Florida Statein the Fall of 1966.
We had around 1,500 participants
and judging by the response it was
an overwhelming success.
Many people are trying to get
us to do this on a continuous
basis here. In fact, we had people
from all over the state asking us
to run in their areas.
Os course, with offices in San
Francisco and operations through throughout
out throughout the country the Data Mate
men can carefully select the areas
in which they operate.

Asked if he had ever used his
own computer dating service Has Haskins
kins Haskins said he had, with pleasing
results.
However, Haskins indicated nei neither
ther neither he or his partners are either
married or engaged.
With things like this going,
who wants to be engaged? Has Haskins
kins Haskins asked.

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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

for sale
Golf Clubs full set, 2-9 irons,
Putter, four woods, leather bag,
call Dennis Winter, 378-1973 af after
ter after 5 P.M. (A-118-3t-c)
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 Street.
(A-112-ts-c).
MIRANDA F-1.8 single reflem.F
3.5, FB, Telephoto, $300.00. 376-
9775 after 6 p.m. (A-114-st-c).
FENDER SHOWMAN AMP (Singl.)
with matching FENDER REVERB
UNIT, and covers, new price SB9O.
Used seven months $595 cash. 372-
2749 between 5-9 p.m. (A-116-
3t-nc).
TRAILER good condition Bx4o,
2 bedroom. See Lot #3, Pinehurst
Park or call 378-6109. (A-116-
st-c).
Vespa motorscooter 125 cc; 1964
model. Phone 378-4880 (A-113-3t
-c).
The Rolls Royceof motorscooters;
1966 Rabbit, 150 cc, 62 mph,
electric start, windshield, turn
signals, 1,400 miles, excellent
condition, cost $550 sell $350. Old
man school teacher. 376-6670. (A (A---116-st-C).
--116-st-C). (A---116-st-C).
Triumph Tiger Cub 200 cc. Good
condition ,only $l5O. 65VW, 25,000
miles, radio and heater SI2OO
372-0974. (A-117-3t-C)
POST VERSATRIG SLIDE RULE.
Never used $13.00. Also VW car carburator,
burator, carburator, fits 1961 and possibly
others, works perfectly. Will con consider
sider consider any offer over SIO.OO. 376-
9098 (A-117-4t-c)
Capriolo Italy finest motorcycle,
can be yours for only $175. 1964
lOOcc Pierelli tires, perfect mech mechanical
anical mechanical condition. 378-5443 late
evenings. (A-117-3t-C)
61 Allstate Crusair 125 Perfect
condition SIOO. 372-9426 after 10
p.m. (A-117-lOt-C)
for rent
EXCELLENT 2 bedroom mooiie
home. Prefer two mature male
students or couple. Lot 22, Chi
Road, Archer Village Trailer
Court, Archer Road. See office or
phone 376-3505 after 5 p.m. (B (B---1
--1- (B---1 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
campus. Available end of term.
372-2862. (B-116-3t-c).
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ONE BEDROOM air conditioned
apartment for rent during sum summer.
mer. summer. Four blocks from campus.
Reduced rate. Phone 378-5053. (B (B---116-st-p).
--116-st-p). (B---116-st-p).
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- lot- 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).

for rent
COLLEGE TERRACE will be CO COED
ED COED beginning A Term 1967Apart 1967Apartment
ment 1967Apartment house standards, special
summer rates, Now taking reser reservations
vations reservations 378-2221 (B-116It c)
SORRY! We only have an air con conditioned
ditioned conditioned fully furnished poolside,
one bedroom apartment at new
Summit House to sublet A&B ses sessions.
sions. sessions. We think you will enjoy
our extras all summer long. After
5 P.M. 378-1973. (B-118-3t-c)
Solve your parking & transporta transportation
tion transportation problem this summer. Live
only one block from campus in
the cool luxury of La Fontana
Hlghrise Apartments. Adjacent to
University post office. Accomo Accomodates
dates Accomodates as many as 4 occupants.
Sundeck and bar-b-que grills on
the roof for your enjoyment. 376-
7534 or 372-3576. or see Apt.
506. (B-118-10t-c)
May apts. Extra large 2 bedroom
apartment. 1 block from Tigert.
Air conditioned for summer com comfort
fort comfort slls/mo 372-4692 or 376-
7534. (B-118-10t-c)
Blue Grass Apts. Spacious one
bedroom air conditioned apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Private enclosed patio. 1824
N. W. 9th St. Quiet Area. A bar bargain
gain bargain S9O/mo. 376-7534 or 372-
3576 (B-118-10t-c)
Sublease for summer trimester,
three bedroom, two bath furnished
house with air conditioner, full kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, fireplace, garage, enormous
yard and pool next door. $l2O/mo.
378-6502. (B-118-2t-c)
AIR-CONDITIONED APTS. for
summer with pool close to cam campus,
pus, campus, 1524 N.W. 4th Ave. For 2,
3, or 4 people $65, S7O, $75 per
month plus electricity. 376-8900,
University _Apts. (B-109-10t-c).
Air-conditioned apt. in quiet neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Carport and screen porch.
Water furnished.s9o per month.
Couple only. 372-8087. (B-117-
2t-C)

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for rent
>
2 BLOCKS from campus. Large
1 bedroom apt. Modern, fireplace,
porch. Available April 25, 208
NW 14th St. 376-3171.(B-117-2t-C)
Permanent sitter needed for 7 year
old boy for Tuesday and Thursday
nights, rest of term. Must be re reliable,
liable, reliable, intelligent. 376-7289. Ce Cell
ll Cell 7-2 t-C)
wanted
Enjoy summer terms in a new large
three bedroom house, completely
furnished, air conditioned, TV.
We need 1 or 2 male roommates.
$37 per month. Phone 378-5468.
(C-117-lt-p)
Female roommate wanted, Junior
or Senior preferred, for fall, win winter
ter winter and spring quarters. Call 378-
5109. (C-118-2t-p)
Male roommate wanted Share
cottage four blocks from campus.
$25/month plus 1/2 electricity.
Lee Debault, 1028 SW Depot Avenue
(C-118-3t-p)
Mssrs. Bill Lopatin, Terry Dunlap,
Dennis Skigen wish to announce
a Grand Opening. We need a room roommate
mate roommate for entire summer term.
University Gardens Apartment.
378-4693. (C-118-2t-c)
WANTED PILOTS Previous
rated military pilots, any branch
to fly for Florida Army National
Guard. 72 pay period per year.
Contact Captain H. P. Goodling,
Gainesville 378-5188 after 5 p.m.
(C-114-10t-c).
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 2 male roommates for
A-Term. 2 bedroom- Frederick
Apts-call 372-7718 between 5-7
p.m. (C-117-3t-P)

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ONE MALE ROOMMATE to share
two bedroom University Gardens
Apartment. $41.15 per month for
swimming pool, handball courts,
bus service and prime location.
Call 378-5943. (C-116-3t-nc).
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 (C---1
--1- (C---1 3t-p).
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for
Spring trimester. Air-conditioned
apt. near campus. Pool. 378-3835.
(C-116-3t-c).
help wanted
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).
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 3 A. Call Mr. Kirby at
376- 1235.(E-116-3t-C)
wAnted Cashier and Assist
ant Manager Trainee. Contact
Harry Fehrman at 378-1001. (E (E---108-lOt-c).
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SUMMER EMPLOYMENT. Male
camp counselors needed. Must be
accomplished horseman. WSI also
needed. If interested call 378-6595.
(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-lOt-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).
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.) (E-116- 3t-
C).
OUR STUDENT Representatives
average over SIOO per week con contacting
tacting contacting people who have responded
to our advertising. Sales ex experience
perience experience helpful but not neces necessary.
sary. necessary. Phone 372-5594 between
3 and 4 p.m. (E-117-3t-c).
autos
1957 Goliath Station Wagon, Built
by Borg." Front wheel drive, rack
and pinion steering. Leather up upholstery,
holstery, upholstery, radio and heater, good
tires, 23 to 27 mpg, $l5O for
quick sale. (G-118-stc)

Friday, March 17, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

autos
A 1965 Corvair Monza convertible,
140 h.p., 4 speed, 16,000 miles,
in factory warranty 376-4126 after
5 p.m. (Gll st-c)
Want air conditoned comfort? 6l
Falcon runs good--Body fair.
Call 376-9832 ask for Don $185.00
(G-118-lt-p)
1961 Chevy Impala, two door hard hardtop.
top. hardtop. V-8 automatic, white wall
tires, new battery, white with red
and white interior, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. See it first and then make
reasonable offer. 378-3972 (G (G---118-10t-c)
--118-10t-c) (G---118-10t-c)
CHEAP! 1959 Volvo, body in good
condition with new tires, engine
work needed. Make an offer, call
372-1771. (G-118-st-c)
1966 Tempest Lemans Sport Coupe,
air conditioned, owned 9 mo. $2,700
which includes interest. 378-5269.
(G-118-st-c)
1960 English Ford Anglia, econ.
gas mileage, new batteries, good
WSW tires $l5O or best offer.
Call 378-3102. (G-118-lt-p)
*66 GTO hardtop with 4-speed,
FOR SALE. Contact Wayne for
other specifics. 372-9352. (G-116-
3t-p).
1964 FIAT 600, radio and heater
$350.00. 1311 N.E. 17th Ave. (G (G---117-st-c).
--117-st-c). (G---117-st-c).
1965 VW SEDAN, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, radio, seat belts, luggage
rack. 376-2968. (G-114-st-c).
1958 MGA, good mechanical con condition.
dition. condition. Make offer. 372-5464. (G (G---117-2t-C)
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autos
1961 CHEVROLET hardtop (auto (automatic)
matic) (automatic) 6 cyl., $675. See in Service
Drive, rear of Graham Hall after
5 p.m. or 930N.E. 14th Ave. before
5 p.m. 372-5406. (G-117- 3t-c).
*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)
Pontiac Hurst; 1951, good condi condition.
tion. condition. Make offer. 372-3322. (G (G---117-st-C)
--117-st-C) (G---117-st-C)
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1964 OLDS, 9 passenger Vista
Cruiser one owner best
care. $1750 372-1878 or 372-
2488. (G-115-4t-c).
1953 Mercury, fourdoor sedan,
automatic transmission, new
brakes, good condition. S2OO Phone
372-8374. (G-118-3t-c)
For Sale 1955 Chevrolet, 6 cyl.,
Call: 376-8032 (G-118-3t-c)
real estate
ONLY S4OO down. NO QUALIFY
ING. Own almost new home in
North west location, central heat,
custom drapery total monthly pay payment
ment payment $103.09 including taxes and
insurance. Call Anna Hinson Real Realtor,
tor, Realtor, 378-2559 (I-117-10t-C)
House for sale. 3 bedroom, 2bath,
large fenced in yard, low interest
FHA payment. Ideal neighborhood.
376-9038.(1-117-lOt-C)
FOR SALE: One acre, zoned for
mobile home, 6 miles S.W. of
Gainesville on Archer Road. Call
372-9950 or University Extension
2678. (I-111-lOt-c).

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lost-found
Reward: For ladies billfold stolen
in front of SAE House last week weekend.
end. weekend. Call: Mike 378-5208 (L-118-
3t-p)
Lost Small Sterling Silver Maple
Leaf Charm between Colonial Man Manor
or Manor and Infirmary. Please Call
Eve 378-1339 in P.M. (L-118-3t-c)
personal
SOCIAL CHAIRMEN! The NEW
PRIMITIVES are alive this
Saturday night at the Pi Lambda
Phi house! See and sign NOW for
fall and summer events. (J-118-
2t-c)
Dear Huey: You can't have your
cake and eat it too! Love, Duck
(J-118-lt-c)
Attention Passion flower: Belated
happy 21st birthdaySylvester
(Jllltp)
University of Colorado summary
program features Language
Houses with total environment.
Regular housing available also.
Information 1441 Broadway, Boul Boulder,
der, Boulder, Colorado 30302 (J-108-6t-c)
Celebrate the coming of Spring in
the Tradition of Haimeron Pon Pongraz.
graz. Pongraz. First annual reunion held.
Write Occupant Box 5221 North
Hall. (J-118-2t-p)
Drive my car to Calif. April or
May. Call 372-6524.(J-116-st-C)
People for Peace March Saturday
11 A.M. Starts at University Station
(N W 17 th St and First Ave.)
(J-116-3t-c)
services
EASTER SPECIAL: Dressmaker's
discount of $5.00 on your CUSTOM
MADE easter outfit. Dresses, sls sls
- sls Suits, $25-S3O. Offer limited
to the first 15 customers! Pot
Pourri Shop (1 blk. behind Wolf Wolfies)
ies) Wolfies) 1236 NW 3rd Avenue. (M-118-
lt-p)
FLY TO FORT LAUDERDALE,
EXPERIENCED FLYER, LEAV LEAVING
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RIL APRIL 2, WILL TAKE ONE WAY,
CONTACT DON KOZICH AT 378-
5103. (M-118-3t-c)
Dont merely brighten your car carpets...
pets... carpets... Blue Lustre them. Eliminate
rapid resoiling. Rent electric
shampooer sl. Lowery Furniture
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CAMPUS CALENDAR
Friday, March 17
Physics Colloquium: Dr. Knox T. Millsaps, Cos Cosmological
mological Cosmological Implications of Turbulence, Bless AUD.,
4 P.M.
Movie: Bridge on the River Kwai, MSB Aud.,
7&10:10 p.m.
Chess Club: 215 Union, 7 p.m.
Student Peace Union; Film, Sons and Daughters,
Union Aud., 8:15 p.m.
IFC Spring Frolics: The Righteous Brothers, Fla.
Gym., 8:15 p.m.
Saturday, March 18
Jennings Hall Easter Egg Hunt: for children ages
4-9 from Diamond and Schucht, meet at Jennings
Rec. Room, 2 p.m. Bring own Easter basket.
Hillel Foundation: Fireside social, at the Hillel Foun Foundation,
dation, Foundation, 8:30 p.m.
Sunday, March 19
Union Board: Duplicate Bridge, 215 Union, 1:30 p.m.
Union Board International Committee: Social Mixer,
Union Bryan Lounge, 4 p.m. All international
students and guests invited.
Dept, of Physical Education and Health: Modern Dance
Concert, Univ. Aud., 4:15 p.m.
Fla. Players: Silent Film Festival, MSB Aud., 6
6 8 p.m.
Monday, March 20
Union Board: Interview for Dance Chairman, 315
Union, 3 p.m.
Film Classic: Death of a Salesman, MSB Aud.,
7 & 9 p.m.
Forums Committee: meeting, 123 Union, 7 p.m.
Union Board: Dance Lessons, Union Social Room,
7:15 p.m.
Gator Amateur Radio Club: meeting, 527 Eng., 8
p.m. Everyone interested in amateur radio is in invited
vited invited to attend.
Union Forums: Freedom of the Press Panel, McC
Aud., 8:15 p.m.
FLORIDA UNION BOX OFFICE: On sale today,
Grainne Yeats.
On sale Monday, March 20, Lyceum Special, Glenn
Yarbrough. Student only, SI.OO or $1.50.
ADMINISTRATIVE NOTICES
ID CARD PHOTOS: Identification photographs will
be taken every Friday, 8 a.m.-12 noon, at Photo Photographic
graphic 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.
K
ETS FOREIGN LANGUAGE EXAM: March 17, 1967
is the deadline date for paying examination fee to
University of Florida Cashier, Student Service Cen Center,
ter, Center, for the ETS Foreign Language Exam (in French,
German and Russian) to be given April 15. March
17 is also the deadline date for providing receipt
of payment of fee to the Graduate School Office,
235 Tigert Hall, where ticket of admission will
be given.
SPEECH SCREENING REQUIREMENT: All teacher
education majors, regardless of college enrollment,
are required to satisfy the speech screening require requirement
ment requirement before being admitted into the Advanced Pro Professional
fessional Professional sequence, or enrolling in EDS 400, EDE

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400 and the elementary block (EDE 300, 301, and
302). Appointments are now being made in Room
124, Norman Hall.
STATE TEACHER SCHOLARSHIP LOAN HOLD HOLDERS:
ERS: HOLDERS: Scholarship funds are now available, Scholar Scholarship
ship Scholarship Section, Student Service Center, for the Win Winter
ter Winter Trimester, 1966-67.
STATE NURSING SCHOLARSHIP LOAN HOLDERS:
Scholarship funds are now available for the Winter
Trimester, 1966-67, Scholarship Section, Student
Service Center.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE EXAM: Friday, March 24
is the deadline for applying for the Spanish and all
functional examinations to be given April 1, 1967.
Application should be made in the Department of
Foreign Languages, 3 Anderson Hall.
NOTICE TO STUDENTS REGISTERING FORSPRING
TRIMESTER: To avoid standing in line to pay fees
you may deposit fee payments in the drop pro provided
vided provided next to the entrance to the student Deposi Depository
tory Depository at the east end of the Sue Service Center
at any time except at late registration. Be sure to
complete the FEE CARD and the CERTIFICATE OF
REGISTRATION and enclose them with your check
or money order in the self-addressed envelope pro provided
vided provided in your registration packet. (NO CASH PLEASE).
Your validated CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION
will be mailed to the address you print on the Cer Certificate.
tificate. Certificate. If you pay fees or register on the first day
of classes, you must pay at a tellers window and
be subject to the late fee of $25.00.
FULBRIGHT-HAYS OVERSEAS LECTURESHIPS:
Applications are still being accepted for 68 over overseas
seas overseas lectureships for 1967-68. The February Bul Bulletin
letin Bulletin on the Fulbright- Hays program for senior scho scholars
lars scholars also list award for university lecturing and
advance research for 1968-69 in Australia, New Zea Zealand,
land, Zealand, the Republic of China, Thailand, Argentina,
Brazil Chile, Ecuador, and Peru. The Bulletin may
be consulted at the of the campus Fulbright
Adviser, G. A. Farris, International Center.
PLACEMENT NOTICES
Students must be registered with the 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. (* indi indicates
cates indicates hiring juniors for summer employment.)
MARCH 17: PRATT & WHITNEY AIRCRAFT: AE,
ChE, CE. EE. Eng. Sci, ME. MetE, Chem.Ps, Math,
a W. SHEPPARD & CO.Acctg. HARCOURT, BRACE,
& WORLD. INC.AII majors interested in sales.
LINE MATERIAL INDUSTRIES EE,ME,Ps.EVAN EE,ME,Ps.EVANSTON
STON EE,ME,Ps.EVANSTON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL (Illinois) Tea Teaching
ching Teaching Positions. HAZELTINE CORP. EE, ME.
BRENCO, INC. ME, IE.
UNION BOARD COMMITTEES: Applications are now
being considered for dance, recreation, fine arts,
orange & blue week, hostess, international, films
and public relations committees: Apply in room 315
Florida Union.
FLORIDA UNION SPONSORED TRIPS: Puerto Rico
and Virgin Islands, April 22-28; San Juan St.
Thomas and St. Croix (freeports). Contact Florida
Union 315, Ext. 2741 for information.
GENERAL NOTICES
UNION BOARD RECREATION COMITTEE: March
23 is the deadline for registering for the campus
bridge tournament. UF students only; register in
room 315, Florida Union.

CHURCH DIRECTORY

North Central Baptist Church AsSGlTlbly
404 N W 141 H AVt Os C* J
Gainesville. Florida w I v7 O Q
Morris Hyatt, Pastor
0:45 Sunday School
11:00 Morning Worship
7:00 Evening Worship
I Ued. 7:30 Prayer Meeting
Fri. 7:00 Christ Ambassadors
Y 'or Transportation, 370-4855
1" West side Baptist
WMr i 4039 Newberry Hoad
jack A. Shaw, Pastor
Sunday School 9:45 am
Morning Worship 11:00 am
Training Union G:lspm
* Evening Worship 7:30 pm
Wednesday 7:15 pm
N. B. Langford, Jr. WELCOME
Pastor
First Lutheran 3W
Church e 1
Worship Sunday, 10 am CdljUTCh
Wednesday, 7 pm
Bible Study Sunday, 9 am
Fellowship 425 W, University Ave.
Sunday Supper G pm Free Bus Transportation
Student Center & Church Schedule Posted in Dorms
1801 NW sth Avenue
United Church Holy Trinity
Os Gainesville Episopal Church
(Congregational E & R) 8 am Holy Communion
9-w Morning Prayer
Meeting at Presbyterian Univer- Sermon Church school
sity Center, 1402 W. Unlv. Aye. U;00 Mornlnr Prayer
Worship 9:45 a.m. sermon
Coffee Break 10:45 a.m.
Seminars 10:55 a.m. (First SmrfAj. Holy
For information, phone 378-3500 Communion all 3 serrtces)
St. Augustine Chapel Methodist-fresbyterian
CATHOLIC STUDENT CENTER
1788 W. University Avenue University Avenue at 14th Street
FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT
Mass Schedule: Open House at Wesley
Sunday Masses 9:30, 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY
and 5:15 p.m. 10 A.M. Student Seminar
Daily Masses 11:00 a.m. and (Wesley Foundation)
5:15 p.m. 6 P.M. Student Supper and
Confessions 5 p.m. Tues., Forum (Presbyterian Center)
Thurs., and Fri. TUESDAY
. 12:15 P.M. Sandwich Seminar.
Blow 25$ and make your own.
(Wesley Foundation'!
Contributions to Religion News are THURSDAY
due by 5 p.m. Tuesday of each 7;15 Existentialism Semi Semiweek.
week. Semiweek. For space in The Church (Apt #2 Colonlal Manor)
Directory, contact The Advertis- 9;3() p#M# Comroun ion
ing Department. (Wesley Chapel)
Prayer Meeting 5:00 Tues.
and Thurs. BSU Prayer Room.
Consecration Service
Southwest Methodist Church
11:30 A.M. March 19
Nursery Provided
Williston Rd. Between 441 and 1-75
Rt. 4 Box 1121 City
Hillel Foundation
Special Events: N.W. 18th Street
March 18 Fireside Social Weekly Events:
8:30 P.M. Friday Services 7:30 P.M.
March 20,21 Southeast Region- Saturday Services 10:00 A.M.
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Billy Mitchell Drill Team Seeks
Seminole Scalps On Saturday

The Billy Mitchell Drill Team
hopes to follow the example set
by the Gator football and bas basketball
ketball basketball teams Saturday.

Friday, March 17, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

The team will meet Florida State
University in Tallahassee during
the annual FSU Invitational Drill
Competition.
In four years of action against
the Seminoles, the University's
Air Force ROTC team has high
stepped to victory three times.
In preparation for the FSU clash,
the team traveled to New Port
Richey last Saturday and presented
a special exhibition of fancy pre precision
cision precision drill. The University was
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presented a special trophy by the
Chamber of Commerce in appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of th drill teams par participation
ticipation participation in that city sG rand Steet
Parade.
Entered in the FSU meet will
be teams from the Army and Air
Force ROTC of the host school,
Florida A&M University, the Uni University
versity University of Georgia and the Uni University
versity University of Alabama.
Two trophies are given annually.
One goes to the winner of the
Florida-FSU Air Fosce ROTC drill
team competition and the other to
the overall meet winner.
Thirty-two Florida Air Force
ROTC cadets will participate.

Wainscott
Gets Highest
ROTC Rank
Richard Wainscott, 3 JM, has
been tapped by the Air Univer University,
sity, University, Maxwell AFB, Ala., as the
highest ranking Air Force ROTC
cadet for the 1967-68 year.
Wainscott will be'' ? idet
Brig. General when the Dale Ma Mabry
bry Mabry Squadron goes to Miami to
host the Arnold Air Society's Ma Mational
tional Mational Conclave in April.
Wainscott has been designated
National Commander -Elect until
the Miami conclave.
Wainscott holds the rank of Cadet
Lt. Colonel in ROTC here. Hes
served as division personnel of officer
ficer officer and was named the Dale Ma Mabry
bry Mabry squadrons best pledge of the
Fall Trimester 1966. He attended
summer training at Little Rock
AFB, Little Rock, Ark.
Cadet Ist Lt. Joseph W. Si Simonson
monson Simonson has been named Dale
Mabry Squadron commander for
the comming year.
Simonson, 3AS, is a squadron
commander in the Voice and Com Command
mand Command School.

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The Florida Alligator, Friday, March 17, 1967

UF Fraternities Clash
For Cash In Mile Rally

Representatives from 20 UF fra fraternities
ternities fraternities will drive in an American
Oil Company (AMOCO)-sponsored
Mileage Rally Saturday, said Don
Slesnick, Inter-Fraternity Council
Administrative Assistant, Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday.

Shepherd Challenges
FBK To Derby Race

Student Body President Charles
Shepherd formally challenged
Florida Blue Key President Barry
Sinoff to a soapbox race in the
annual Florida Union Board Der Derby
by Derby April 2.
It is one of my trademarks to
challenge Blue Key,* said Shep Shepherd,
herd, Shepherd, It keeps them on their
toes.
I feel that Student Government
is far sighted enough to give Sin Sinoff
off Sinoff the benefit of a few pounds
and still come out leading at the
end of the race.*
Sinoff shouldnt be too upset
about running second behind Stu Student
dent Student Government,** said Shepherd.
After all, Blue Key has been
doing it for a long time.**
Four trophies are being offered
for the winners of the race down
the hill by the Medical Center.
Any group or individual can
enter in one of four categories:
male division, powder puff, sleek
type car, and the best rattletrap.
Deadline for applications is March
24.
Other Florida Union activities
set for Orange and Blue week in include
clude include the International Commit Committees
tees Committees Social Reception for foreign
students to be held this Sunday
at 4 p.m. in Florida Union Bryan
Lounge. Any foreign student is
welcome to attend.
Top newspaper editors from all
over the state will discuss their
views and answer questions during
the Union Forums Committee de debate
bate debate on The right of the press
to publicize court proceedings and
crimes verses the effect of such
publications on a free trial.*
The forum should be of par particular

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The Rally, getting underway at
8 a.m. at Belchers American Se Service
rvice Service Station In Gainesville, will
consist of two runs.
Drivers face a grueling 70-mile
time-speed-distance contest, fol following
lowing following an eight-mile warm-up.

ticular particular interest to journalism and
law students as well as the gen general
eral general public, said Committee
Chairman George Stuart. The
press forum will be held in Mc-
Carty Auditorium at 8:15 p.m.
March 20.
Greeks are currently leading
in campus-wide bridge tournament
entries. Deadline for entries in
the Union tournament is set for
March 23.
TTie Orange and Blue Beauty
Contest is open to all students
and will be held in the SSC (hub)
8:00 p.m. next Thursday. The win winner
ner winner will be announced during half halftime
time halftime activities of the Orange and
Blue intrasquad game on April 1.

The Mamas and The Papas
McLuhan Generation Supergroup.
Two years ago they were
beach bums in the Carib- I lT 1
bean. Today the Mamas and :
the Papas are the McLuhan if
generations supergroup.
Follow them in the current
issue of The Saturday Eve- papas
a favorite among aging hip hippies,
pies, hippies, was once ousted from the group. Read how the Mamas
and the Papas instigated a teeny-bopper riot to prove Papa
Johns theory on controlled-audience hysteria. Catch up to
the legend of the Mamas and the Papas in the March 25
issue of The Saturday Evening Post. Buy your copy today.

Money awards ranging to $75-
per-car will go to the first five
places and winners will go on to
compete in regional and national
finals.
The rally will be filmed and
interviews will L 0 recorded for
local radiw and television adver advertii.ug.
tii.ug. advertii.ug.
Winners will be chosen for their
ability to maintain the same aver average
age average speed and fuel consumption in
both rims.
Five-gallon fuel tanks will be
mounted on the rear trunks of
contestants cars for the rally,
and each car will receive a fire
extinguisher. The top 20 fratern fraternities
ities fraternities in the recent blood drive
will compete in the rally, said
Slesnick. They will pick their own
representatives.
UF Tennis Team
Goes For 7th Win
UFs tennis team faces a severe
challenge from Midwestern power
Southern Illinois at 2:30 p.m. Sa Saturday
turday Saturday on the new varsity courts
west of the track.
The Gators, now 6-1 for the se season,
ason, season, may have a rough time a against
gainst against the visitors.

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The British aces are undefeated.

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Friday, March 17, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

UF Faces Auburn,
Big SEC Match
By 808 PADECKY
Assistant Sports Editor
UFs baseball team, with visions of an SEC division champion championship
ship championship dancing in its head, meet its acid test here this afternoon
at 3 against always-tough Auburn on Perry Field.
The Gators swept a three-game series with Kentucky Monday
and Tuesday, and now rank atop of the SECs Eastern Division
with a spotless 3-0 slate, 7-1 overall.
But Auburn, led by ALL-SEC shortstop Scotty Long, is the
measuring stick for coach Dave Fuller and his aspiring Ga Gators.
tors. Gators.
The Tiger pitching staff is also something to be reckoned with.
Four of Auburns top hurlers are from the state of Florida.
The best of the lot, Q. V. Lowe is from Ocala. Just a step
behind the righty Lowe is a southpaw from Pensacola, Gene
Simmons.
Auburn retains its four top pitchers from last year and four
regulars on the field.
For Fuller and the Gators, theyre ready for Auburn.
I have been reading where somebody said that Auburn is the
cream of the crop of the SEC this year, said Fuller, and
although they have a fine baseball program year-in and year yearout,
out, yearout, there are other teams with just as good chance to win the
division title.
And we have a better ball club than the one that spilt with
Auburn last year, adds Fuller.
Fuller is still uncertain who he will start on the mound against
the Tigers today and tommorrow at 2 p.m.

Cassius Clay Drafted,
Last Title Defense?

NEW YORK UPI Heavyweight
Champion Cassius Clay has been
ordered to report for army in induction
duction induction April 11, it was revealed
Thursday by the Madison Square

Garden boxing department.
A hearing on Clays appeal will
be held March 29 but the order
for induction still stands, it was*
reported by John Condon, publi publicity
city publicity director for the Gardens box boxing
ing boxing department.
Condon said the order came from
federal Judge James B. Bordon
of Louisville.
Clay, who will defend his title
against Zora Folley at the Garden
March 22, was inform*'* of this
latest order after finishing his
dinner Wednesday night.
When I told him about it he
took my elbow, guided me into an
alley and made me repeat it,
Condon said. He had a toothpick
in his mouth and he kept jiggling
it up and down. For a long time
he just stood there without saying
anything.
Then he said to me,lf what you
say is true, this is my last fight.
Clay didnt specify if he simply
meant his last fight before enter entering
ing entering the Army or whether he meant
to retire. He has tentative dates
to fight Oscar Bonevena in Tokyo
and Thad Spencer in San Francis Francisco
co Francisco later this year.
Foiled, his opponent in the next
fight, served 5 1/2 years in the
armed forces, finishing as a staff
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