Parents Withdraw Pamme From UF
By JOE TO RC HI A
Alligator Staff Writer
Pamme Brewer, controversial UF coed who was
put on disciplinary probation for posing nude, was
withdrawn from school by her parents early Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday morning. A telegram was received by the UF
registrar announcing the withdrawl effective Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon.
The telegram was sent by Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Brewer of Springfield, Va., after they received two
phone calls late Tuesday evening--one from Selig
Goldin, Gainesville attorney who defended Miss Brew Brewer,
er, Brewer, and one from Dean of Student Affairs Lester
Goldin could not be reached for a statement,
but Hale said he called the Brewers to discuss
the whole general situation concerning Pamme, to
get her parents views and ascertain their attitude
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In Tuesday nights meeting, Leg
Council passed a tuition plan pre presented
sented presented by council member David
Vosloh. The plan, after having
its wording clarified by the Bud Budget
get Budget and Finance Committee, pro proposed
posed proposed that in the event that the
Florida Legislature raises the tu tuition
ition tuition above SIOO per quarter, the
UF would like to have the first
$lO of the increase. The funds
would be used for campus pro projects
jects projects such as a 15,000- seat col coliseum,
iseum, coliseum, parking facilities, and
SIOO,OOO a year in operating funds
for the Infirmary.
The student legislators also ap approved
proved approved the first reading of a new
insurance proposal. If the pro proposal
posal proposal is passed and if negotiations
are successful, students will re receive
ceive receive 60 percent more insurance
coverage under student policies.
Out-patients will, however, have
to pay for the first $5 in drugs
they receive from the infirmary,
however, because of a $5 deducti deductible
ble deductible clause in the proposed changes.
1966 marked a 70% increase
in the number of traffic accidents
on the UF campus.
The only 1966 traffic figure to go
down was parking tickets.
15,051 parking tickets were is issued
sued issued in 1965 compared to only
14,200 last year.
The reason for this was the
large amount of construction going
on, asserted Lt. V. K. Holliman
of the UF Police Dept.
East-West Drive, for example,
was released to the new athletic
dorms constructor by the UF
Police Dept. Students found that
during this time their parking
was tolerated by the contractor,
however now that the UF Police
have control of the area again
they are enforcing the no parking
By KATIfIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
The second draft of the new stu student
dent student body constitution survived its
first reading in Legislative Coun Council
cil Council Tuesday night and will be
brought up for its required second
reading in a special meeting of
the Council tonight at 7:30.
Tonights session was called to
give the Council an opportunity to
Four of the most distinguished
leaders in Florida industy will
explore the vital issues of In Industry
dustry Industry In Florida tonight at 8:15
in a panel discussion in the Uni University
versity University Auditorium.
The panelists are Benton Lewis
of the Florida Steel Corp.; Henry
Dramer of Food Fair, Inc., and
a member of the Board of Re Regents;
gents; Regents; William Van Gelder of the
Florida Development Commission,
and R.S. Bostick of Florida Power
and Light Co.
The panel, sponsored by the Flo Florida
rida Florida Union Forums Committee,
will be moderated by Dr. John H.
James, UF associate professor of
management and business law.
Grand Jury Brings Indictment
NEW ORLEANS (UPI) A grand jury Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday returned a conspiracy indictment against
Clay L. Shaw, the businessman Dist. Atty. Jim
Garrison has accused of plotting the death of
A three-judge district court panel last Friday
refused to throw out Garrisons accusations after
a preliminary hearing, but until Wednesday Shaw
had been only booked on a charge of conspiracy
to commit murder.
TTie judges panel ordered Shaw held for fur further
ther further steps of the criminal process. The indict indictment
ment indictment assured he will probably be the first man
to stand trial in the assassination of Kennedy
in Dallas Nov. 22, 1963.
The indictment said Shaw, 54, conspired with
The general situation Hale was referring to
was Pam mes appearing nude again in the new issue
of the Charlatan, which began sales Monday.
Hale said he had not planned to call the Brewers
that evening until he received a phone call from
According to Hale, Goldin said he was calling
the Brewers to inform them he was withdrawing
from the case, so Hale decided to call them the same
It is my understanding that Goldin called Pammes
parents previous to my call because he felt he had
an obligation to them, Hale said.
Meanwhile, Miss Brewer was returning from New
/ork City where she was being taped for a To
Tell The Truth program on CBS-TV.
When Miss Brewer returned she said she got
a phone call from her parents saying Goldin had
dropped the case.
Goldin told my parents that Hale said, If you
do not withdraw her from school she will be ex-
University of Florida, Gainesville
adopt a constitutional draft so that
a student referendum can act on
it this trimester. A student re referendum
ferendum referendum is scheduled for April
6, and Leg Council must have its
draft submitted at least 10 days
before that date.
First Party Floor Leader Lou
Tally submitted three constituti constitutional
onal constitutional amendments concerning spe special
cial special requests and the preparation
of the annual budget, prompting
discussion of the jurisdiction of
Terry Moore then proposed the
tabling of the entire constitution,
but then withdrew his motion and
asked to have Tallys amendments
Moores motion was defeated, as
were Tallys amendments.
A constitutional amendment to
change the name of the Leg Coun Council
cil Council to Student Senate was passed
after it was argued that this would
help to enhance the image of the
This is no longer a council,*
said Tally, but a deliberative
bodya legislature or senate.
However, a proposal to change
the name of the Honor Court to
Student Court was defeated by
council members. Tally, who pro proposed
posed proposed the amendment, argued that
if the report of the Student Rights
Commission is adopted, there will
be a Student Code of Conduct,
with an Honor Code that will be
Why have the name Honor
the late David W. Ferrie, Lee Harvey Oswald
and others to assassinate the President some sometime
time sometime between Sept. 1 and Oct. 10, 1963.
The indictment followed the appearance of Baton
Rouge insurance salesman Perry R. Russo, Gar Garrisons
risons Garrisons star witness against Shaw, before the 12-
man grand jury.
Russo, making a surprise return to New Or Orleans,
leans, Orleans, was closeted with the grand jury for more
than one and one-half hours Wednesday.
Oswald, the man the Warren Commission said
killed the President, was shot to death before
he could be brought to trial.
Ferrie, the other man Garrison has named
in the conspiracy he claims existed in New Or Orleans,
leans, Orleans, died of a brain hemorrhage this year.
Court when you no longer have
the Honor Code? said Tally.
A proposal from the floor
amended the constitutional draft
by moving the day spring presi presidential
dential presidential elections from Thursday to
Wednesday. More people are on
campus to attend classes on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday than on Thursday, and se several
veral several members saw the need for
higher attendance at campus poll polling
ing polling places for the election.
By BILL DOUTHAT
Alligator Staff Writer
UF Legislative Council Tuesday
approved a new student body in insurance
surance insurance plan which will raise the
voluntary program by $2.60, but
raise the total benefits by $174.
The student insurance policy,
which now will cost $17.25, was
re-negotiated by the Student-
Faculty Insurance Committee to
adapt to the quarter system and
rising hospital costs.
The change was made because
of a need to bring student pol policies
icies policies closer to real hospital cover coverage,
age, coverage, said Student Body President
(SEE INSURANCE, PAGE 10)
pelled, Pamme said. About an hour later Hale
called my parents and said the same thingthat
I would be expelled if my parents didnt withdraw me.
Mrs. Brewer would not comment when contacted
for a verification of Pammes statement, but Hale
There is no threat factor in this at all, Hale
said. My call was simply to discuss the whole
situationnot to say she would be expelled if they
didnt withdraw her.
I did say in answer to an inquiry that I didnt
see how the university could ignore her being on
disciplinary probation and appearing nude againbut
the procedures had not been outlined.
Hale went on to say, I did not tell the parents
what the University was going to do because I did
Hale said he thought the parents were of the
opinion that it would not be in Miss Brewers and
the universitys best interest to go through ad additional
ditional additional publicity and hearings.
Wednesday, March 22, 1967
Students faced with prospect of
shelling out extra money when the
quarter system begins may breathe
a sigh of relief.
Plans are being set up for stu students
dents students who live off campus to be
exempt from paying utilities de deposits,
posits, deposits, which amount to $5 for
water service and $25 for elec electricity.
Under the new plan Student Gov Government
ernment Government will foot the deposit bill,
by either setting up a special fund
or hiring a bonding service, Jack
Zucker SG Sec. of Housing said
At the present time the city
leaders require students to pay
deposits in cash.
If a bonding program is initated
a city ordinance must be abolished
so the bonding company under the
direction of Student Government
can serve the students.
If the Council approves student
will no longer have to pay for
deposits but will instead by cover covered
ed covered by the surety bond company.
The military will strike up its
United States Army Field Band
Monday with spirited marches and
popular tunes at University of
The concert, sponsored by the
Universitys Military Department
and the Department of Music, will
begin at 8:15 p.m. in the Uni University
versity University Auditorium.
Directed by Maj. Wilmont ft'
Drumbull, the 100-member banc
specializes in a repertoire ranging
from novelty hits to classical ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. The globe-trotting
Army band also will feature a
special soldiers chorus.
Admission for students, faculty
and staff is free.
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The University Choir will join
forces with the Choral Union Fri Friday
day Friday night at 8:15 to present Johan Johannes
nes Johannes Brahmss A German Re Requiem
quiem Requiem in the University Auditori Auditorium.
The chorus, under the direction
of Dr. Elwood J. Keister, will be
bolstered by the addition of so soloists
loists soloists Evelyn McGarrity and Mar Marshall
shall Marshall Thomas.
The performance is open to the
public and admission is free.
UF Arnold Air Society Squadron
To Host Convention In Miami
The University of Floridas Dale
Mabry Squadron of the Arnold Air
Society (AAS) is preparing to move
almost bag and baggage-- to
Miami April 24-27 as hosts to
the societys 19th annual conclave.
UFs squadron will host some
2,000 advanced ROTC cadets and
Angel Flight members at the Miami
Convention Center, when the some
117 detachments across the nation
convene in the Sunshine City.
On Sale Soon
Glenn Yarbrough is a former
philosophy major, a businessman
and a sailor.
Hes also a folk singer.
And Yarbrough, whose hit,
Baby the Rain Must Fall, was
nominated for both Academy and
Grammy Awards, will entertain
in a two-hour concert at Florida
Gym March 31.
Recording for RCA Victor, the
smooth-sounding tenor has cut six
best selling albums. His current
album, The Lonely Things, a
collection of love songs, is pro progressing
gressing progressing to the top of selling
Appearing with Yarbrough will
be the well known jazz group,
the Stanyan Street Quartet. Special
comedy talent also will be intro introduced.
Tickets for University students
will go on sale Monday at the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union box office and for the
general public tickets will be avail available
able available Wednesday at Belk- Lindsey
department store and the Record
Bar in Gainesville. Tickets are
priced at $1 and $1.50.
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Cadets from the various Air
Force ROTC detachments will have
an opportunity to meet and work
with one another and enjoy some
of the benefits that Air Force life
offers, according to Cadet Col.
James D. Simmons, Dale Mabry
commander. AAS cadets work un under
der under the slogan of Advancing Air
and Space Citizenship, Simmons
Dale Mabry Squadron won the
nomination for the convention at
last years conclave in Dallas and
has been planning for the confab
ever since last April, Simmons
The UF squadron, besides host hosting
ing hosting the conclave in Miami, be becomes
comes becomes national headquarters for
the AAS in April.
Cadet Lt. Col. Richard Wain Wainscott,
scott, Wainscott, senior in communications
from Nashville, Tenn., will be become
come become the highest ranking Air Force
ROTC cadet when he takes over
the AAS command as Cadet Bri Brigadier
gadier Brigadier General at the Miami con conclave.
The squadron has been work working
ing working all year getting ready for
the conclave, Simmons said. Se Several
veral Several AAS members, with faculty
advisor Lt. Col. Carl Grant, went
to Maxwell AFB, Ala. to plan for
the national meeting in Novem November.
The four days of business
meetings, touring, voting a coed
the top Angel, Little General,
Awards Banquet and socials have
been scheduled and various teams
have undertaken planning to pro produce
duce produce the best conclave ever.
UFs chapter, voted second
best in the nation last year, has
it eyes set on walking off with
the number one prize this year.
Its been a busy year, Sim Simmons
mons Simmons commented, for the Dale
Mabry Squadron. Weve partici participated
pated participated in the Universitys Veterans
Day ceremonies, AAS area con conventions,
ventions, conventions, sponsored the Annual
Dining- In with Gen. Harry Sands
as keynoter, and various other
community service projects.
When the UF group goes to
Miami, theyll be hosting UF Pre President
sident President J. Wayne Reitz, Vice Pre President
sident President Robert Mautz, Gen. John
P. McConnel, Chief of Staff, USAF,
Undersecretary of the Air Force
Norman S. Paul, and other state
and national dignitaries.
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Thursday, March 23, 1967, The Florida Alligator,
Begins Here Today
Scientists from throughout the
world will gather here this week
to take aim at breaking the basic
law of nuclear forces.
The visiting scientists, a hard
core of researchers in pursuit of
the secrets that shield the law
of basic nuclear force, are parti participating
cipating participating in the International Con Conference
ference Conference on Nucleon Nucleon In Interaction
teraction Interaction today through Saturday in
the graduate research library.
Among the leaders in the field
of nuclear physics who will be
here is Dr. E.P.Wigner of Prin Princeton
ceton Princeton University, who won the
Nobel Prize in physics in 1963.
Dr. Wigner is to address a ban banquet
quet banquet of the conference scientists
at 7:30 tonight at the Ramada Inn.
Dr. A.E.S. Green, UF graduate
research professor in physics and
host for the conference, said the
task of trying to unravel the basic
law of nuclear physics has stump stumped
ed stumped the best minds in nuclear phy physics
sics physics for the last 35 years.
However, Dr. Green believes,
such progess has been made in
the past five years that the end
is now in sight.
Dr. Green compares achieving an
understanding of basic nuclear for--
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to do both, because they have work worked
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of the world.
Peace Corps recruiters will be
at various points of the campus
today and Friday to talk to in interested
terested interested students and prospective
Recruiters, all of which have
served as Peace Corps volunteers
abroad, will give a foreign language
aptitude test three times a day
to all who are interested.
Volunteers will be at the Stu Student
dent Student Service booth, at the library,
Florida Union, and McCarty Hall.
. Sh&UltUtn, I
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ce with Newton trying to find the
fundamental gravitational force or
the attempts of Coulomb and Max Maxwell
well Maxwell to understand or discover the
basic forces of electricity or
During the conference, 32 papers
of from 15 to 30 minutes in length
will be presented by specialists
in basic nuclear force from
throughout the U.S., Japan, Russia,
France and other scientific centers
of the world.
The conference is being support supported
ed supported by grants from the Air Force
Office of Scientific Research, Ar Army
my Army Research Office, NASA, Of Office
fice Office of Naval Research and the
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.
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A. THRASHER -- He
heads a five-man team
of inspectors at the an annual
nual annual federal inspection
of the UF Army ROTC
today and Friday. Col Colonel
onel Colonel Thrasher is the
Professor of Military
Science at the Univer University
sity University of Georgia.
The Florida Alligator, Thursday, March 23, 1967
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Opinions of columnists do not uecessaniy reflect the
editorial viewpoint of the Alligator. The only official
voice of the Alligator staff Is the editorial in the left
Despite the cries of some, the Board
of Regents made the right decision Mon Monday
day Monday when it decided to assume super supervision
vision supervision of the UF Athletic Association*
Its about time someone took notice
Os the fact that the association has been
receiving student fees without having to
guarantee what it did with them. Its
overtime that the AAs books be checked
by more than one auditor.
With the Regents action, this will be
accomplished. Now the Athletic Associ Association
ation Association will need prior approval over its bud budget
get budget and will have a state auditor --
in addition to the University auditor --
to check the books.
In addition, the Regents will have power
to review the financial statements. And
the Regents Chairman and UF president
will be on the executive committee of
This is all well and good, and we
agree with the Regents stand.
But one thing has us wondering.
With the budget now requiring Regents
approval, will it become public docu document?
ment? document? Will it be published annually as
the Universitys general budget is?
The answers to this are not yet clear.
They should be made so in the near
If the Regents takes it upon itself to
supervise the Athletic Association --
an organization which receives a portion
of student fees -- then it should publish
its budget and financial statements as a
matter of record.
To The Future
Gainesville just aint what it used to
It used to be that Gainesville was the
one-horse mecca of higher education in
Florida. The sidewalks were rolled in
promptly at 10 and nothing much went on.
Gainesville has changed since those
good old days, but until Monday night it
was really hard to realize just how big
the change has been.
Monday night saw North Floridas
first topless go-go girl make an ap appearance
pearance appearance at Dubs Steer Room. Accord According
ing According to Dubs manager, it was quite a
success--putting it mildly.
We dont know what a bare-breasted
dancer portends for the future of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, but were eager to find out.
If this is a sample of what the future
has in store for our fair city, Sin
City very well could be the best site
for a convalescent home.
Who Is Madamoiselle X ?
Question of the week: Who is Mademoi Mademoiselle
selle Mademoiselle X? Only Charles Shepherd knows.
IN LOCO AMICI
Not Just TheBeardies
EDITORS NOTE: This is the se second
cond second in a series of three ar articles
ticles articles by Bernie Wisser, head of
the Students Constitutional Com Committee.)
The Gainesville Sons
By JOHN ANDREW BURGESS
and JOE NEUSTEIN
As todays first order of busi business,
ness, business, we would like to clear up
a serious misunderstanding which
resulted from our recent column
announcing Dean Betty Cosbys
Happy Day. Many students received
the impression that we do not
like Dean Cosby. This is cer certainly
tainly certainly not the case. I, John An Andrew,
drew, Andrew, love Dean Cosby with all
my heart and soul. Joe loves her
with all his heart and soul. Gur Gurlu
lu Gurlu loves her with all his heart
and soul. Marvin Kroat sends his
The Happy Wheel has been
readied, my master.
Excellent, Gurlu. You may spin
the Happy Wheel
At your bidding, masters. Spin,
spin, Happy Wheel, spin . .*
The wheel slows and stops. Gur Gurlu
lu Gurlu lifts the Hand of Joy and re reveals
veals reveals the Happy Wheels selection.
O masters, the Happy Wheel
has chosen the President of the
University, J. Wayne Reitz.
Well, John Andrew, a more de deserving
serving deserving individual could not have
Yes, Joe, especially in light
of the ceremonies in his honor
planned for the first of April.
But, masters, the first of April
is April Foo ...
Shur up, Gurlu! This man has
been slandered enough of late. A
most vile rumor concerning the
Presidents resignation has spread
across the campus.
Yes, students, a vicious attack
upon Dr. Reitz is now under way.
It is being whispered that Pre President
sident President Reitz is leaving the Uni University
versity University in order to undergo a long
overdue lobotomy. Dont believe
it! Reitz has no such plans.
FOOTNOTES TO HISTORY:
Before Thomas Jefferson, de designing
signing designing a practical rocking chair
had been a source of frustration
It is interesting to note how the
University has adapted to its legal
predicament. It has been slowly
(perhaps too slowly) liberalizing
its procedures of due process,
for countless inventors. For cen centuries
turies centuries scientific and metaphysical
controversy had raged over the
reasons for failure. Finally, in
1821, a group of Early American
furniture designers, who had heard
of Jeffersons prowess as an in inventor,
ventor, inventor, brought one of their un unsuccessful
successful unsuccessful prototype rockers be before
fore before him. Jefferson saw straight
to the heart of the problemthe
runners were flat. Seeking a so solution,
lution, solution, Jefferson removed the run runners,
ners, runners, curved them, and reattached
them to the legs of the chair. Un Unfortunately,
fortunately, Unfortunately, he had put the runners
on upside-down. Though this model
drew praise from the avant-garde
for its striking aesthetic expres expression,
sion, expression, Jefferson knew he had fail failed
ed failed and went into a long decline
ending in his death.
In 1826, he was buried at his
beloved Monticello. Inscribed upon
the tqmbsone were Jeffersons dy dying
ing dying words:
ILL GET THAT CHAIR TO
ROCK, BY GOD.
Florida Alligator Staff
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Editorial Assistant Assistant Managing Editor Photo Editor
STEFANIE JARIUS JO ANN LANGWORTHY GENE NAIL
Society Editor General Assignment Editorial Assistant
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 Richie Tidwell
LAB ASSISTANTS -- Diana Folsom, Peggy Sneider, Andrew
Haslett Jr., Robert Blount, Joan Allen, Eddie Gutten Guttenmacher,
macher, Guttenmacher, Dick Blakely, Bob Menaker, Dave Reddick, David
Weiss, Karen Eng, John Ellsworth, Diann Devine.
which still fall far short of the
protection required if we are to
convert from a parental situation
to a legal one. It is as if the
university, in recognizing it cannot
provide the warmth and wisdom
of the parental relationship, has
instead chosen to provide just
treatment as a substitute for
those students accused of behaving
in a manner which the University
deems it wise to inhibit.
Besides the lack of creativity
demonstrated by this hybrid pa parental-legal
rental-legal parental-legal approach, and the ever
increasing depersonalization of the
individual which it reveals, this
approach suffers from even great greater
er greater vulnerability.
And it is this vulnerability which
Im most concerned with. Part of
the liberalization of judicial pro procedure
cedure procedure has been to grant the right
to an open and public hearing.
This is recognizably and unde undeniably
niably undeniably a necessary right if the
judicial process is to be utilized.
In the future many students pro process,
cess, process, and others for the purpose
will avail themselves of this right.
One can expect many hearings be because
cause because of their sensationalistic na natures
tures natures or because of the issues
',hich they will explicate to re receive
ceive receive either statewide or national
publicity. Many of the Legislators
and the public will perceive such
hearings as a sign of moral pa pathology
thology pathology idiosyncratic to the Uni University.
It is predictable the public will
become angry, frustrated and
skeptical about whether the ad administrators
ministrators administrators of the University are
able to maintain a peaceful and
moral academic community.
It is ONLY by abdicating its
jurisdiction over the regulation of
off-campus behavior that the Uni University
versity University can avoid this situation.
If it doesnt it will eventually
face the wrath of a public that
does not always bother to col collect
lect collect data nor to deliberate slow slowly
ly slowly nor calmly as to what action
it ought to take. On the other hand,
if they do disqualify in loco pa parentis,
rentis, parentis, what will substitute for
it? What will be the moral con consequences
sequences consequences of its abandonment; and,
most importantly, what added ab abrasions,
rasions, abrasions, what further harm might
immature and possibly self-defe self-defeating
ating self-defeating young adult students suffer?
These are legitimate questions
which must be addressed. First
of all the Universitys attempts
to regulate behaviors without be being
ing being able to provide before-the before-thefact-friendship
fact-friendship before-thefact-friendship is quixotic to say
the least, and for a few of the
students involved tragically unsuc unsuccessful.
cessful. unsuccessful. It is because punishment
as a means of regulating behavior
is completely ineffective!
The facts will support this con contention.
tention. contention. But before stipulating the these
se these facts, ti should be stressed
that the conditions which they sig signify
nify signify are not unique to this Uni Uni(SEE
(SEE Uni(SEE THE BEARDIES PAGE 5)
Alcohol Wins Over LSD
Joel Starkey writes that hal hallucinogenic
lucinogenic hallucinogenic drugs do not function
as an escape mechanism, and ad advocates
vocates advocates the view that they give
the user a higher conscious consciousness.
Dr. Timothy Leary, in his in interview
terview interview with Playboy, claimed that
LSD gives artists new insights
into themselves and their art,
but when asked to describe these
more specifically, he was unable
to do so. In fact, none of his
Standards Not SameFor
Pamme Gator Girls
By the time a child reaches the age of 19, he becomes well aware
of the presence of hypocrisy, falsehood and double standards. A
college sophomore is often too blase* to do more than cynically raise
his eyebrows when he learns he has once more been sold out by those
who wield the big stick of authority. But I would like to raise a muf muffled
fled muffled cry of protest concerning the curious attitude toward sex taken
by the gods of publication, including the Ajax King White Knight.
Pamela Brewer was chastised, scolded, and naughty-naughtied for
posing nude. Yet on March 14, the Alligator showed a front-page
picture focusing on Susan Blabaums shorts, having the nerve to call
it leggy art, Let's face it--the emphasis wasn't just on ner legs.
Pamme's photo was art; this was in far worse taste. I say nude,
Os course, Susie B. and Nick Arroyo are blessed, sanctioned,
condoned in being obvious; they're not deemed inappropriate.
On March 16, Barbara Newmans luscious bod was displayed in a
bikini, if a bikini is appropriate (do girls wear bikinis to class?
I wish they would), why isnt nudity? What IS inappropriate, after
If UF doesnt employ a double standard, Ill eat the April issue
(From Page 4)
versity or University communi communities.
ties. communities. In faqt, there is evidence
that many of the same facts are
appropriate descriptions of much
behavior at the high school level
where parental guidance and con control
trol control are available. This could al also
so also describe the actions of young
versity students who are not as
fortunate in receiving the bene benefits
fits benefits of an education. Therefore
these facts about the student po population
pulation population should be taken in proper
The facts are: marijuana and
LSD are accoutrements of stu student
dent student life on this campus. Their
use is wide-spread and, contrary
to public opinion, is not limited
to the beardies, but is as pre prevalent
valent prevalent with the Greeks as the with
beards, and is used by dorm re residents
sidents residents as well as non-dorm re residents.
Sexual experimentation is widely
accepted, if not widely indulged
in. And sexual activity is not mere merely
ly merely limited to the teen-age La
Dolce Vita surroundings of SW
16th Avenue. Sex City" activities
just occur under conditions of
greater splendor and with more
time to be creative or self-de self-destructive,
structive, self-destructive, whatever the case may
be. The sexual activities of the
on-campus Greeks and dorm re residents
sidents residents are by necessity (because
of curfew and lack of facilities)
more hurried, participated in
earlier in the evening and ac accomplished
complished accomplished in less pleasant en environments.
vironments. environments. Because of these re restrictions
strictions restrictions these acts are more de destructive,
structive, destructive, less creative and hardly
Unfortunately, many of our ad administrators
ministrators administrators who are in less then
authentic and open contact with
the studentsfind it hard to be believe
lieve believe the clean-cut youths they..
colorful descruptions of the ex experience
perience experience yielded any coherent
communicable concept other than a
sort of Christmas tree upside upsidedown,
down, upsidedown, tingling feeling. That this
may be pleasurable I will accept,
but that it is a higher conscious consciousness
ness consciousness I find difficult to bpiipvp
The American myth has it that
everything must be free, but the
fact known to the insider, the
cynical realist, is that the system
keeps going partly because of the
realism of the people, but in the
long run more by the standard
Not The Beardies
know are conducting a large-scale
experiment in hedonism and there therefore
fore therefore often share the conviction that
the implied threat of punishment
doled out for breaking student re regulations
gulations regulations is having an inhibitory
effect. The fact is this is just not
It is my contention that hedonis hedonistic
tic hedonistic experimentation, is a direct
symptom of perceiving the institu institutions
tions institutions that governs ones life as un unmanipulable.
manipulable. unmanipulable. Therefore the indivi individual
dual individual is left with only himself ma manipulate.
nipulate. manipulate. When individuals feel they
have little impact on the policies
of the institutions which regulate
their behavior they pay lip-ser lip-service
vice lip-service to these institutions only to
reap rewards and avoid punish punishment.
ment. punishment. They appear to conform but
their loyalities become more self selforiented
oriented selforiented and less social. Social va values
lues values of the institution are not in incorporated
corporated incorporated in the self and only
the letter of the law is obeyed,
but seldom the spirit. Thus alienat alienated
ed alienated individuals will tend to experi experiment
ment experiment with their own behavior se secretly
cretly secretly with little caution because
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DAVID MILLER, 2UC
opiums, namely religions, middle
class virtues, dignities and go government
vernment government restrictions enough.
Why have an LSD prohibition?
Alcohol intoxicates for only a
few hours, is as old as history
itself, and demands a price the
morning after if taken in excess;
but if a working man takes LSD
after supper he will not sleep and
be capable of work the next morn morning.
The fine and life style arts are
in chaos. The solution to that pro problem
blem problem ought to be the passion of
this age. It must be utterly re revolutionary
volutionary revolutionary because the circum circumstances
stances circumstances are; yet it must be equal equally
ly equally conservative in dealing with
those properties of man which will
prevail through the crisis. It must
be master of science, and it must
not need to impose itself on in intelligence.
telligence. intelligence. Yet somehow I am cer certain
tain certain that the people who say that
All art that pleases people is
sabotage, or that to have a Van
Gogh on your wall wont change
a thing, are fundamentally ignorant
of the sensation of civilized plea pleasure
sure pleasure (which, as the Greeks showed,
need have nothing in common with
four oclock tea). A Van Gogh
on the wall, like a shot of LSD,
will change nothing, but knowing
Van Gogh (he is a poor choice),
like discovering LSD, may change
everything, and that without being
reduced to a quivering vegetable
which needs someone to hold its
hand and make sure it doesnt
do anything real weird.
My message is Keep the
Faith! Pass it on, but do not
tell of my cynical laughter!
FRANS THIJSSEN, 6AR
they are not motivated to channel
their energies to perfecting insti institutions
tutions institutions which make them feel power powerless
less powerless and helpless. Because of
this alienationation the institutions
will have little influence on the
direction or control of such ex experimentation.
every THURSDAY 5 -9
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Thursday, March 23, 1967, The Florida Alligator,
By Popular Demand Will Be
BEGINNING "A SUMMER TERM 1967
APARTMENT HOUSE STANDARDS
A- Summer -1967
$4 5.00 Month Rates Per Occupant
Two Per Apt.
($90.00 Entire Term) Term Payments In
Plus Utilities Advance
_ Fall Winter Spring
B Summer -1967
Term 9 Mo. Lease
$40.00 Month Monthly Payments
(SBO.OO. Entire Term i with slight Extra
Plus Utilities Charge.
C Fall-Winter-Spring 1967-1968
$53.u0 Each Installment $15v.00 Per Term
Now Making Reservations
Contact Office 1225 S.W. Ist Ave.
Tel 378-2221 |
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Heatherton: Well, theres the sensational
curved hemline. And that slit at the
sides. Very Oriental.
..Hathaway: I dont think our designers really HHK''
Heatherton: That soft roll to the button- fkfl
down collar, too. Unique in a mini-dress. JhhH nHfln
Hathaway: Miss Heatherton, I hate to dis- |HH| SHHL
illusion you, but we make our Club BHB SHB
shirts principally for men. aHBH
Heatherton: You mean men are wearing h|Hb wBSH
mini-dresses, too? IHV IHH
Joey Heatherton, star of motion pictures and television, will
shortly be appearing in several variety shows. Here Joey wears : m
Hathaways new Club Oxford denim. About $9.00
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and every Hathaway Club. 1 his means that
the body won t bag, billow or bulge over
your waistline. jy
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Traditional button-down collar: Hand-turned for a soft roll, comfortable fit and
casual flare. Result: Every Hathaway Club button-down looks equally well with
or without a tie. (Also note the perfect pattern matching around the tip of collar.
Also on pocket and seams.)
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Lap seams: All seams on a Hathaway Club Shirt are
lappedjust like jacket seams. This makes the seams
extraordinarily strong and flat and neat.
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Three-hole button: Used exclusively by Hathaway. It
is much stronger than the four-hole kind. (Euclid and
your Math, professor know why.)
P Where University of Florida Men
buy Hathaway Clnb Shirts
Never wear a white shirt before sundown! says Hathaway.,
For free Benchmarks of Fashion, write C. F. Hathaway, Dept. MI, Waterville, Maine.
Hathaway is a division of The Warner Brothers Co.
Thursday, March 23, 1967, The Florida Alligator,
The Red H: Found on every Hathaway Club where
the tails meet but only when the shirt has passed 18
A tag for your name. Sewn on the shirt tail of every
Hathaway Club. Helps keep your Hathaway shirts
out of envious hands.
46 Pound Hunting bow in perfect
condition with fishing reel. Worth
S4O, will sell for $25 or best of offer.
fer. offer. Call 372-0382 after 5 p.m.
Guitar: 2 pick-up kent, fine con condition,
dition, condition, new strings $lO. Also Gib Gibson
son Gibson fuzz tone sls, old, works fine.
Call Jeff 372-2173 (A-120-3t-C)
Planning to move? Used profes professional
sional professional moving cartons for sale.
All sizes, good condition. 1605
NE 7th Terr. (A-120-3t-C)
2 almost new European Touring-
Racing bicycles, 10 speed $45
each. Phone 378-5668. (A-120-
Portable tape recorder, never been
used. $35. Call Univ. extention
Honda 150 cc; 1965 model/$275.
Call 372-9364. Ask for John Clar Clarke.
ke. Clarke. (A-120-st-P)
65 Early American mobile home
52 x 10, Air-conditioned, washing
machine, will talk equity. $61.75
month 376-4807 after 6 p.m. (A (A---1
--1- (A---1 3t-C)
1966 12 x 60 2 bedroom mobile
home, all electric, air-conditi air-conditioned,
oned, air-conditioned, 7 month old in Pinehurst
Park Lot 35, call evenings or
weekends 378-2998. (A-119-3t-C)
SSOO pays for a furnished 8 x
24 mobile home. Perfect for stu student
dent student or married couple. Please
contact Cindy Fenton, Chi 20, Ar Archer
cher Archer Village, 372-1013.(A-120-4t-
1966 Valiant, 10 x 46, 2 bedroom,
S3OO equity and take up payments
of $56.27 per month. Couples only.
Available end of Irm. 372-8050,
or ext. 2848.(A-120- 3t-C)
Moving, will sell living, dining,
desk, bar, refrigerator, buffet,
lamp, etc. Call: after 4:30 p.m.
and weekends 376-4082 (A-121-5t-
19 Motorola TV consolette, wal walnut
nut walnut finish. 6 yrs. old, fine con condition.
dition. condition. Slimline model. Excellent
PC. furniture $75. Call 372-6725.
Roberts stereo tape recorder for
sale. Call Andy at 378-4693. (A (A---1
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Honda 305 Scrambler. Perfect con condition,
dition, condition, call 378-5211. (A- 121-2 t-C)
Sailfish (Super) full equipped $200;
boat trailer, 350 lb. capacity, fully
equipped, $65. Call 372-1014. (A (A---121-It-P)
Fender Bassman Amp. and Gib Gibson
son Gibson EB-3 bass guitar. Both like
new. Each $250 or $450 for both.
Phone 376-7871 after 5 p.m. (A (A---121-2t-C1
1966 Honda 305 Scrambler, custom
blue paint job, perfect condition
must sell, going north. Call Mark
any evening except Thursday 3378-
6534. ( A- 119-st-x)c
Boat, motor and trailer for sale.
Complete rig $425 16 ft. fiberglass
fishing rig with 25 horse power
Johnson motor. 378-1895.
TO SUBLEASE: Modern 1 bed bedroom
room bedroom apt., air-conditioned, wall
to wall carpet, swimming pool,
tennis courts, special summer ra rates.
tes. rates. 378-3713. (B-120-st-C)
Ideal summer location. Air- con conditioned
ditioned conditioned 2 bedroom trailer with
spacious cabanna. $79.50 per mon month.
th. month. Must rent by April 1. Phone
378-6479. (B-120-3t-P >
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Air-conditioned, furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 blocks from campus, avail available
able available for summer. Up to four people,
will discuss rent. Call 378-5933.
IT*S BACK ON THE MARKET
AGAIN! 2 bedroom apartment a available
vailable available for summer and beyond.
100 yards behind Norman Hall.
Spacious, furnished, kitchen and
FREE dart board. You can have
it for last days of April. Call
372-7676 or 378-6183. (B-121-3t-
One bedroom apartment, free now,
furnished, a/c and heat, garbage
disposal, swimming pool. $95/mo.
Call: 372-6452.(8- 12013tlC)
Modern Duplex apartment, one
bedroom, completely furnished, all
electric kitchen; sub-lease for
summer months, near campus,
SBO/mo., 1615 N.W. 3rd Place
Phone 378-3566 (B-120-3t-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-114-10t-c).
Available for summer terms
one and two bedroom furnished
apartments. Near University. $55
to SIOO/mo. including some uti utilities.
lities. utilities. Phone 376-3442. (B-120-
for rent |
Taking applicants to rent for Spring
and fall term. Three bedroom,
2 bath furnished apartment. Air Airconditioned
conditioned Airconditioned 1103 S.W. Second Ave.,
376-2892 or 376-9889. (B-120-
Why live in a traffic jam? Walk
to classes and be relieved of your
parking problem. Fully furnished,
spacious, one bedroom apartment,
air-conditioned, gas heat, fully
equipped kitchen including washing
machine. Call: 372-3357 or 376-
2818. (B-121- lOt-C)
Looking for low cost, comfortable
living within one block of campus?
Try THE COOPERATIVE LIVING
ORGANIZATION for either thv>
summer or fall. Room, 3 meals
per day, good study conditions,
for S6O per month. Inquire 117
N.W. 15th Street or Call: 376-
FRI & SAT SUN THRU
1:00 3:45 I J !] ll i THURSDAY
6:30 9:15 -5-8
"Devil-may-care dogfights in the skies...
devil-may-care love affairs on the ground."
'"The Blue Max is visually magnificent."
JAMES MASON UOIA/INDBESS
RVdiWS DAY = 7 e UWi#SIWOi. IS
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N.W. 13th St at 23rd Road 7 30
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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.
Air-conditioned apartment for
summer with pool. Close to cam campus.
pus. campus. 1524 N.W. 4th Ave. For 2
or 3 people. $65 & S7O per month
plus electricity. Call University
apartments 376-8990. (B-120-3t-
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-
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-
Sub-lease 2 bedroom, Frederick
Apt. for summer. Furnished, air airconditioned,
conditioned, airconditioned, pool. $ 150/mo. Apt.
#BO 378-6808 (B-120-st-C)
Two bedroom furnished apartment
for Spring Trimester. Air-conditi Air-conditioned,
oned, Air-conditioned, close to campus. 378-4236.
ironing done, 109 & 159 a piece.
Call: 376-2052 Also babysitting
by hour, day or week. (F-120-
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A THOUSAND DAYS Arthur Schlesinger I
STARTING FROM SAN FRANCISCO > I
Lawrence Ferlinghetti I
CONSERVATISM IN AMERICA Clinton Rossiter I
QUICK CALCULUS Daniel Kleooner I
THERMODYNAMICS Ernst Schmidt I
STARS AND GALAXIES Thornton Page I
HOUSEKEEPING HINTS Phyllis Diller I
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FLUID MECHANICS Hansen I
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Store Hours 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. I
Saturday 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 I
Female roommate wanted for
French Quarter apartment sum summer
mer summer term. $43.75/mo. Call 378-
5088 or come by apartment 17.
Riders needed for trip to Mary Maryland
land Maryland and Washington D.C. and route
along the way. Leaving end of Clas Classes
ses Classes in April. Call 378-6744 even evenings.
ings. evenings. (C-120-3t-C)
Youve lucked out! You might be
chosen as our 2 summer trimester
2 bedrooms. Call John Marmish,
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.
Thursday, March 23, 1967, The Florida Alligator,
Two male roommates, large yard,
$26.50 plus utility 1914 N.W. 12th
Terr., Phone: 378-4624. Near
Gainesville High School. (C-120-
Roommate for Nursing student for
Colonial Manor in September. $57.
50 month. See Nettie 1068 Bro Broward
ward Broward or Call: 372-9394. (C-121-
Female roommates wanted to sha share
re share apartment at Village Park.
Poolside, Call after 5:30, 378-
French Quarter male roommate
for summer trimester, pool, air airconditioning,
conditioning, airconditioning, etc. Free August
rent. Call: 378-4717 (C-121-2t-C)
Female Roommate for Colonial
Manors Apartment for Fall. Pre Prefer
fer Prefer Senior or Graduate Student.
Call: Lucille 372-3621 Room 3003.
EASY MONEY? One girl from each
dormitory and sorority needed.
Extra income without leaving your
residence. Excellent opporunity.
ADVERTISING SALESMAN to ser service
vice service local accounts for THE AL ALLIGATOR.
LIGATOR. ALLIGATOR. Good pay, tremendous
experience. Must be available for
work during the summer. Apply
room 9, Florida Union. (E-121-
Circulation Manager for the Flo Florida
rida Florida Alligator for summer tri trimester.
mester. trimester. Must have Ist and 2nd
periods open. Apply Room 9, Flo Florida
rida Florida Union. (E-121-tf-nc)
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).
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 referv
v referv ences. (E-111-10t-c).
Waitress highly paid for Friday and
Saturday night. For more infor information
mation information phone Maurice 372-6900
8-12 A.M. (E-119-st-C)
Help wanted male or female, Store
Manager experienced or we will
train. Two openings at present in
the discount health and beauty aid
and phonograph field. Must be
bondable and have excellent re references.
ferences. references. Phone Mrs. DE Yott,
376-2533 for appointment. (E-120-
6l Morris 850 Low mileage.
Its fun to drive 4 speed, heater,
seat belts, bucket seats $250, call
1957 Chevrolet $225. Reliable
transportation. Excellent body
good rubber. 376-9835. (G-121-5t-
1960 Chevrolet convertible. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition, good engine and new
top. Call: 372-0932 or 372-9303
(G-120- 3t- P)
1959 Austin Healey Sprite. $450.
372-6887 after 5 p.m. Body in
beautiful shape. (G-120-3t-C)
Trade my equity and immaculate,
low-mileage 65 Impala for older
made car. Call 378-6792 after
5 p.m. (G-120-3t-C)
FOR SALE or trade 1960 TR3
Triumph in good condition would
trade for late model Comet or
Falcon stationwagen. Call: 376-
2345 after 6 p.m. (G-121-st-C)
1964 Fiat 600, radio and heater
$350. 1311 NE 17 Ave. (G-117-
SB Hillman for sale $125. Call
372-4896 after 5r30 (G-119-st-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)
1957 ENGLISH FORD station wag wagon.
on. wagon. Cheap transportation and good
gas mileage. $125 or best offer.
Desperate must sell. Call:
University Ext. 2832, 8 to 5 (G (G---120-3t-nc).
Antique 1941 Oldsmobile 6 cyl.
sedan, model 96, custom cruiser.
Beautiful original Interior. Car all
original Ext. 2122, Room 106 or
376-4467. SSOO (G-119-3t-c)
A 1965 Corvair Monza convertible,
140 h.p., 4 speed, 16,000 miles,
Olfactory warranty 376-4126 after
5 p.m. (G-118-st-c)
CHEAP! 1959 Volvo, body in good
condition with new tires, engine
work needed. Make an offer, call
1966 Tempest Lemans Sport Coupe,
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PLACEMENT CENTER REPORTS
Jobs Easy To Find For Florida Graduates
University of Florida graduates
can hold their own with graduates
from any school in the South, ac according
cording according to Maurice Mayberry, di director
rector director of the University Place Placement
ment Placement Center.
Employers all over the United
States are anxious to hire our
graduates. We have no trouble
placing them in good jobs, said
Faculty / Staff, Former Students
Honor President Reitz April 1
By CAROL SANGER
Alligator Staff Writer
Reitz Day, UFs tribute to
retiring President J. Wayne Reitz,
has met with expressions of ap approval
proval approval from various faculty mem members.
The day, scheduled for April 1,
and coinciding with the annual
spring alumni reunion, will be the
last opportunity for students, fa faculty,
culty, faculty, and alumni to honor Reitz.
Student Body presidents from
Auto Hits Coed Pedestrian
Crossing University Avenue
Margaret Finzel, 3ED, was
struck Tuesday by an auto driven
by Mrs. Lena Seldner, of Apart Apartment
ment Apartment 14, Building 283, Corry Vil Village,
lage, Village, as she attempted to cross
University Ave. near the 18th St.
Miss Finzel was taken to the
J. Hillis Miller Health Centers
emergency room, treated for
bruises and contusions, and re released.
leased. released. She was reported under
sedation and resting Wednesday.
No charges were placed, accord according
ing according to the Gainesville police ac accident
cident accident report. Mrs. Seldner was
driving correctly at a speed
of 20 miles per hour when the
accident occurred. A light rain
had just stopped, and a stoplight
at the intersection was green.
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The placement centers primary
function, however, is not finding
jobs for students.
If the only thing a student was
looking for was a job, he could
go to the state employment cen center,
ter, center, said Mayberry. Our first job
is counsel and advice. We try to
find the career most adequately
suited to a students needs and abi abilities.
the past 12 years will be on hand
to express their feelings on the
man they all served under during
their terms as campus leaders.
Dean of Men Frank Adams view viewed
ed viewed the coming day of tribute as
one of the things Dr. Reitz will
probably remember most about his
12 year term at the University
As I have said before, I think
that the University is losing a
great educator and a fine friend,
and I think this is an appropriate
But the car she was driving had
no liability insurance. The Florida
Financial Responsibility Law re requires
quires requires that cars either have lia liability
bility liability insurance or that drivers
be able to assume financial re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility for an accident.
Drivers involved in an accident
without such insurance and un unable
able unable to assume financial respon responsibility
sibility responsibility face automatic loss of
their drivers licenses for up to
Miss Finzel was the first of
a group of students to start across
the street, witnesses said. Mrs.
Seldner applied the cars brakes
immediately, she said, but struck
Miss Finzel before the car stopped.
Mrs. Seldner was unaware of the
financial responsibility law until
informed by the Alligator, she said.
USE GATOR ADS |
He added that there are three
means of bringing the potential
employee and potential employer
' together. The first is specific,
where a firm wants a specific
type of student to fill a particular
job. The second is the job inter interview.
view. interview. The third is through pub publications,
lications, publications, such as The College
We have between 4,000 and
way for the student to show their
appreciation to him. Adams ad added.
Dean Franklin Doty of the Un University
iversity University College stated, I think
this day is an appropriate reminder
to the students of the work Dr.
Reitz has done in their behalf.
Hes always been in the middle
to help them out, whether they
realize it or not.
Dr. Daniel Wilder Director of
Financial Aid, stated, I think
this tribute is especially fitting
during the alumni reunion. Dr.
Reitz has shown a great interest
in helping the students through fin financial
ancial financial aid and scholarships, and
has always released generously
through the university funds. I
think this tribute is well deserved
for his great term of service.
Dean of Student Affairs Lester
Hale said, Im sure the occasion
and expression will be very much
appreciated by President Reitz.
It is an excellent idea, and a
well-earned thanks from a grate grateful
ful grateful student body.
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5,000 individual job listings and
10,000 to 12,000 individual job in interviews
terviews interviews each year on campus,
For the past 10 years, said She Shepherd,
pherd, Shepherd, student government has
switched companies every year.
Company hopping costs the stu students
dents students money, so the current pol policy
icy policy was re-negotiated to conform
to the switch to the quarter sys system
tem system in September.
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Regardless of major, Mayberry
feels that a student should be begin
gin begin a methodical campaign with the
placement service at least a year
The new policy provisions in include:
clude: include: SB/day infirmary room and
board; SIOO each for medical care
(accident), out-patient expenses,
and out-patient service s(accident);
$lB per day for hospital room
and board; $25 for ambulance;
and $5 for doctor visits.
The only benefit reduced was a
$5 deductible clause on out-pa out-patient
tient out-patient drugs per illness.
Pro Grid Scout
Sees UFs Trapp
As Top Prospect
Silver-haired D. C. (Peahead)
Walker has been in football more
than 40 years and is known as
one of the game's most color colorful
ful colorful characters, as well as a know knowledgable
ledgable knowledgable judge of talent.
Monday afternoon, Coach Wal Walker,
ker, Walker, a scout for the New York
Giants, arrived at UF to look over
some of the Gators that might
have the potential to make it in
the National Football League.
Florida has some real good
boys out there, he said while
watching a spring practice session.
I am particularly interested in
four of them.
Trapp (Richard) is considered
a prime prospect. Im sorry he
isnt taking part in spring drills.
Trapp along with several other
varsity veterans have been ex excused
cused excused from spring practice to play
other sports or because of injuries.
Smith (Larry) is another fine
looking boy. He has the speed and
power to knock just about any anybody
body anybody over, said Coach Walker.
We have also been watching
the big end Yarbrough (Jim) and
Dennis (Guy) the tackle. Both of
these boys are big and strong
and most of all have good speed
to go along with their size, he
He added that there are several
other possible prospects that might
be considered if they develop dur during
ing during the next season.
As to Floridas chances for
another great season he said that
it probably wouldnt be as good
this vear as last, due mainly to
the absence of Spurrier.
Dont get me wrong, he said,
Florida will have a winning team r
about 6-4, but it is doubtful that
they will go to any bowl games
When the question of which con conference
ference conference is the best, the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern or the Big 10 comes up,
most experts suddenly become
masters of double talk but not
Peahead. Overall the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference is better,
he said. The power has shifted
to the SEC for one main reason
the coaches are better in the
SEC than in the Big 10.
Coach Walker has scouted such
teams as Miss., Duke, Furman,
The Citadel and Miami in the past
few weeks and feels that Miami
is by far the most talent-laden
team he has seen so far.
Miami should be great this sea-
son. They have a lot of big, strong
and fast boys. Jim Cox, Miamis
big tight-end, has to be one of
the best in the nation, he saldT
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If Gale Sayers has a good year
and Mike Ditka decides to get
tough, the Bears will have a pretty
good chance to win it, he said.
He summed up his feelings on
the new punting rule adopted this
year by the NCAA, which requires
interior linemen to stay at the
line of scrimmage until the ball
is kicked, by saying, it wont
last but one season.
It just means that teams will
be forced to kick the ball higher
and shorter or aim it out of bounds
all the time. It was put in to cut
down on the number of fair catches
that were being made, but with
shorter and higher punts there will
be just as many as before, he
The Giants will be better, but
not contenders, he said when ask asked
ed asked about his teams chances in
the NFL race this year.
I think that it will be the Green
Bay Packers and the Dallas Cow Cowboys
boys Cowboys fighting it out again this year
for the championship, he said
The only team that might be a
surprise contender, according to
Coach Walker, are the Chicago
The UF Chess Club will host
the 1967 University City Open
and American Chess Champion Championship,
ship, Championship, March 25 and 26. Registrat Registration
ion Registration is from 8 to 9:30 a.m. in
Room 309 of Florida Gym, Satur Saturday.
The first round gets under way
at 10 a.m. An entry fee of $6.00
per adult and $4.00 per student
is assessed for the open, and $4.00
per adult, $3.00 per student for
the Amateur. The tournament is
sponsored by the UF Department
of Intramural Athletics and Re Recreation.
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UF Tanke rs
At NCAA Meet
Southeastern Conference swim swimming
ming swimming champion UF will take an
eight-man team to the NCAA
Championships, which begin today
at East Lansing, Michigan.
Coach Bill Harlans Gators will
be led by captain and two-time
all-American Tom Dioguardi of
West Palm Beach. Dioguardi will
swim the 50-and 100-yard free freestyle
style freestyle events and on the relay teams.
Sophomore Andy McPherson of
Jacksonville joins Dioguardi in the
freestyle and on one relay team.
Veteran Blanchard Tual of Mem Memphis,
phis, Memphis, Tenn. will swim the 100 and
200 backstroke and on a relay team.
Other Gator entrants are Barry
Russo of Devon, Pa., 200- yard
butterfly; Steve Macri of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, 100-yard butterfly; Steve
Zarzecki of Coral Gables, breast breaststroke;
stroke; breaststroke; Joe Scafuti of Jacksonville,
breaststroke and David Bentley of
Buffalo, N.Y., diving.
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, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, March 23, 1967
ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR
The UF sports* stage, its curtain drawing close to another
SEC All-Sports championship, offers interesting things in the
And for the sake of the athletes that aspired and perspired,
here a few dubious awards that might be handed out at the year yearend
end yearend sports banquet.
Most Likely to Succeed: Footballs Steve Spurrier as a pro
quarterback for somebody.
Most Unlikely to Succeed: Ed Sullivan as Spuirters spokes spokesman.
Tlie Bright Award, dished out annually to the most intelligent
statement: Dave Miller. When asked why he dove into eight
inches of Lake Wauburg, breaking his neck and almost breaking
up next years Gator basketball team, Miller replied condidly,
I thought it was deeper.
Hotdog Award, given to the athlete exhibiting the most ex exhibitions:
hibitions: exhibitions: Baseballs Smokey Joe Bekeris, with footballs Rex
Rittgers and Wayne Colson running a close second.
Best Dressed: Footballs Larry Smith, all the time but es especially
pecially especially during the Orange Bowl and especially during his 90-
yard touchdown run.
Johnson & Johnson Award, for the player who spends more
time with the trainer than he does with his team: Footballs
The Most Brutal: Tracks Frank Lagotic, who is descirbed
by his coach Jimmy Carnes as 100 per cent lean.
Motor Mouth: Swimmings Joe Scafuti.
Most Disillusioned: Baseballs Bob Padecky on his playing
the game. r
Most Optimistic: Footballs Ray Graves before the season
Most Dedicated: Footballs Jack Coons with tennis Jamie
Pressley and baseballs Tommy Banks alongside him.
Most Inept: Auburns baseball team trying to hit Kelly Priors
slider. Prior set a school record of 17 strikeouts against the
Most Confused: Larry Rentz trying to decide where hell
play his football for the Gators next fall.
Most Exciting: Footba- *s Richard Trapp beating a defensive
Most Disappointing: UFs basketball teams second game with
Lemon Award, given to the biggest fiasco: UFs football team
against Georgia. A close second: the class of Floridas high
schools playing the state tournament in the second-class Florida
Perfection in Sport: Spurrier throwing the football, Trapp
running with it; basketballs Skip Hlgley on defense and tracks
John Morton tossing the discus.
Most Doubtful: The touchdown catch by FSUs Lane Fenner.
Zipper Award, for the athlete, who when viewed sideways
with his tongue out, resembles that part of a males apparrel:
Baseballs Dave Hodges.
Unsung Hero: Footballs Graham McKeel.
Banana Award, typlifing the Im For Me Attitude: Foot Footballs
balls Footballs Harmon Wages.
Most Enjoyable: Watching UF beat Miami in basketball, Vandy
In basketball and Florida State in evervthine.
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Gators Top Georgia 5-1;
Hold First Place In SEC
Florida made good use of its
three only hitsfor five runs
as the Gators jacked up their
SEC-leadine record to 5-1 with
Rifles Close Season
With 20-6 Record
By JEFF DENKEWALTER
Alligator Sports Writer
With a winning season thiÂ£ year
and many top performers returning
in September, the Florida Rifles
should field a strong team, ac according
cording according to advisor Major Harvey
This past year the men bounced
back from some early season de defeats
feats defeats to score big victories over
powerful FSU and Miami, said
Dick. With this kind of momen momentum
tum momentum continuing next year and with
all our top guns coming back, the
team could be a national power.
The Gator marksmen finished
the 1966-67 campaign with a 20-6
record. In addition to single vic victories
tories victories over FSU and Miami, the
Rifles captured the state rifle
championship by winning the All-
Leading shooters for the Gator
sharpshooters were Toby Muir,
Lee Young, Jim Waugh, Kerry
Chatham, Jay Weber, Ron Men Mendoza,
doza, Mendoza, and Lynn Peoples.
Muirs 284 mark in a match
against Florida Southern estab established
lished established a new UF rifle record.
Next season the Rifles have
slated matches with The Citadel.
Mississippi, LSU, Vanderbilt,
FSU, Auburn, and Miami.
Deadline for applications to en enter
ter enter the Florida Union Campus Campuswide
wide Campuswide Bridge tournament have been
moved to 5 p.m. today.
Anyone wishing to enter should
apply in room 315 of the Florida
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a 5-1 decision over the Bulldogs
Wednesday afternoon at Perry
UF, now 10-2 overall, jumped
Under the quarter system the
Rifles will have an expanded sched schedule
ule schedule stretching from September to
June. Previously, the Gator
marksmen fired between Septem September
ber September and April.
This extra time on our schedule
will allow us to slate more op opponents
ponents opponents and give us the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to gain more recognition,
stated Sgt. Joe Nave, coach of the
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off to a quick 1-0 lead in the
first inning as Skip Lujack drop dropped
ped dropped a single into left field to score
Nick Nicosia from second.
Georgia scored its only run in
the second off of winner Steve
Arthur. Bulldog catcher Randy
Kahn lofted an opposite field home
run under the left field score scoreboard
board scoreboard for his team's only run.
Jim Courier took over for Arthur
in the sixth and preserved the win.
The Gators finally put the game
on ice for Arthur in the fifth,
scoring three times on two hits.
The big blow was Ed Gross' triple
to right field that scored Rufus
Frazier and TerryStroemer. Fra Frazier
zier Frazier got an RBI with a gound single
to right, Nicosia scoring his second
run of the game.