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TIAA Contract Raises Legal Questions

Reitz' Approval
Was Necessary
For Contract

By GENE NAIL
Editorial Assistant
Somethings hokey.
The Alligators disclosure of and reports
on the illegal TIAA annuity contract with
UF doctors have raised a lot on unanswered
questions.
Most of them will never be answered answeredpublicly,
publicly, answeredpublicly, that is.
TlAAthe Teachers Insurance and An Annuity
nuity Annuity Association of Americais a New York
company operating in Florida without a state
license. It doesnt pay state taxes.
State statutes say an insurance company
cant operate in Florida directly or in indirectly
directly indirectly without a state license.
But it does.
UF is one of 13 educational institutions
in Florida with contracts with TIAA. The
other 12 are private or municipal schools.
UF is a political subdivision of the State
of Florida and, hence, is subject to its
laws.
Thus, only with UF President J. Wayne
Reitzs permission could the contract with
TIAA have been signed.
Yet Florida statutes make it illegal for
anyone to aid an unlicensed company to
operate in the state.
Questions Raised
Here are some of the most important
questions raised by The Alligator investi investigation:
gation: investigation: I
Is TIAAs operation in Florida illegal?
State Insurance Commissioner Broward
Williams refused to commit himself either
way in a statement released to The Al Alligator
ligator Alligator this week.
But two men working for himboth of
whom are deputy insurance commissioners commissionershave
have commissionershave said it is illegal. One of them made
the statement publicly.
Why did officials of the state allow the
contract to be signed when they knew well
in advance of the negotiations with TIAA?
Pending For A Long Time
In April 1964before the contract with
TIAA was signed later that yearBroward
Williams wrote that the matter has been
pending for a long time.
Most of the state officials involved were
in a position to stop it. If not, they could
have brought considerable pressure to bear
on Reitz and the Board of Control (which
became the Board of Regents in 1964).
( SEE QUESTIONS PAGE 6 )

Dancer 'Bare-Topping At Dubs

By JOE TORCHIA
Alligator Staff Writer
The lights were dimmed and
the darkness was disturbed only
by an occasional someone light lighting
ing lighting a cigarette. The colored
band was playing slow, rhyth rhythmic
mic rhythmic soul music and the dance
floor was crowded. When the
dance ended, everyone returned
to his seatevery chair was
taken. They were all waiting.
Just waiting.
The tall, long-haired bar
maid came to our table. Would
we have anything? Sure. Three
Buds. Were waiting, too.
The hand began playing again
this time the beat was a little
faster. Scattered couples joined
hanr|<; and headed for the dance
floor again. The song: Are

The Florida Alligator

Vol. 59, No. 123

BACKS UP NO HIKE STAND
.... %
ShepherdapsVosloh Plan

By HAROLD KENNEDY
Alligator Staff Writer
Student Body President Charles Shepherd will not support
the Vosloh Plan, a resolution passed by Student Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council Tuesday night.

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WILD FORMS --Strange archi architectural
tectural architectural forms have sprung up
all over Gainesville with the

No Threats Were Made
*
To Brewers,Goldin Says

By JOE TORCHIA
Alligator Staff Writer
Selig Goldin, the Gainesville attorney who
defended Pam me Brewer, said in a statement
Thursday that Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brewer
freely and voluntarily exercised their parental
right and withdrew her from UF in an effort
to mitigate additional harm to them, Pamela
and the University.
Goldin communicated with Miss Brewers
parents Tuesday night after he first learned
Miss Brewers picture appeared in the most
recent edition of the Charlatan, which went
on sale Monday.
I concluded after reviewing the photographs
and the magazine that UF could not overlook
this publication and, in my opinion, this would
be considered a breach of her probation and
additional disciplinary proceedings would be

Ya Lonely For Me Baby?" The
dancers: no, they werent lone lonely.
ly. lonely.
We watched them. We were
waiting. Waiting for Renee.
The Buds came. The wait waitress
ress waitress smiled a friendly smile
but we didnt tip her anyway.
41
I excused myself and went
to the John. I had time. We
were still waiting.
I had to stand in line be because
cause because the mens room was small
and someone said:
Shed better be good.
Yea, another offered. E E---specially
--specially E---specially after paying a buck
cover charge.
Have you guys been to Dubs

before? I asked.
Nope, an answer came. I
read about the topless dancer.
Never been here before.
And she better be good.
Yea, especially after paying
a buck cover charge.
I returned to my seat and sip sipped
ped sipped my Bud and waited for
Renee. Yea, I thought. Shed
better be good.
People were sipping their
iced drinks cigarettes work worked
ed worked their way toward a filter.
The cigarettes were waiting too.
For Renee.
The dance ended and the mu music
sic music stopped and the vocalist
said Renee was coming. The

University of Florida, Gainesville

apartment boom. See more in
special section on apartment
living in todays Alligator.

brought against her, Goldins statement said.
Miss Brewer claimed Wednesday that Dean
of Student Affairs Lester Hale called her par parents
ents parents long distance Tuesday and threatened if
I were not withdrawn, I would be expelled.
Hale admitted calling the Brewers in Spring Springfield,
field, Springfield, Va., Tuesday night, but said his call
was merely to discuss the whole general
situation concerning Pam me, to get her par parents
ents parents views and ascertain their attitude and
position.
Hale said when he talked with her parents
they were of the opinion that it would not be
in Miss Brewers--and the Universitysbest
interest to go through additional publicity and
hearings.
Golden concluded the statement he gave to
the press by saying, As far as lam con concerned,
cerned, concerned, this concludes my representation of
Miss Brewer.

If the Florida Legislature should vote for a tuition increase,
the plan stipulates, the first $lO will go for campus improve improvements.
ments. improvements.
The plan, named for its drafter Council member Dave
Vosloh, calls for the $lO, for all full-time students, to be
spent on recreation facilities, parking facilities, a colliseum,

chattering stopped, the place
was suddenly quiet and we didnt
have to wait anymore. There
was Renee.
She stood on a small, wooden
platform with a single spotlight
casting her shadow against the
wall. The room was dark, com completely
pletely completely dark, except for the
spotlight that shone on Renee.
But no one noticed the dark darkness
ness darkness or the persons they were
sitting beside or their drinks.
Only Renee. Lovely Renee.
The colored band was play playing
ing playing Bare Footin but Renee
wasnt bare footin she was
bare toppin. And everyone
barely keep their eyes
off her.
(SEE BARE PAGE 6 >
v

Friday, March 24, 1967

an indoor swimming pool and
other benefits.
The plan would go into ef effect
fect effect only if the State Legis Legislature
lature Legislature votes for a tuition in increase/*
crease/* increase/* Vosloh said Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon.
/There certainly is a need
for these projects/* Shepherd
admitted in a news conference
Thursday. I will say it is a
possible solution, if not the
solution.*
I will not commit Student
Government, behind such a pro program/
gram/ program/ he continued, unless
it becomes certain the Legis Legislature
lature Legislature is going ahead with a
tuition increase.
One of the points upon which
Shepherd was elected, he said,
was his strong stand against
a tuition increase. He said hi
feels required to back up his
promises.
If we wait until the budget
is finalized by the Legislature,
as has been advocated by some,
there is little hope, if any,
that students will receive any
benefits of the increase, Vos Voslph
lph Voslph said. I have that informa information
tion information from good sources, he
added.
Vote Twice
In 10 Minutes
Meeting for only 10 minutes
Thursday evening student gov governments
ernments governments Legislative Council
voted approval of the second
reading of the new constitu constitution.
tion. constitution.
In other action the council
approved a change in student
health insurance, which would
make the first five dollars in
pharmacuticals the students
burden, on the second reading.

SG Cabinet 67
* J 51....... j&L.
Bob Imholte
The main coordinator of all areas of
Charles Shepherds New Horizon admin administration
istration administration is Bob Imholte, administrative
assistant.
Imholte is a 20-year-old junior from
Pensacola.
As administrative assistant, Imholte is
the only person who can speak for Shepherd
in the event that he cannot be reached on
certain matters.
Imholte is also coordinator ofj the Cabi Cabinet.
net. Cabinet. It is his responsibility to make sure
that the Cabinet is fulfilling the platform
of First Party, as well as enhancing the
scope of the New Horizon.**
The Presidents Retreat, the major lead leadership
ership leadership conference on campus, is also the
responsibility of the administrative assist assistant.
ant. assistant. Imholte must not only schedule it and
plan the itinerary, but he must also take
care of the invitations and any incidental
( SEE CABINET PAGE 6 )



Page 2

, The Florida Alligator, Friday, March 24, 1967

Sonny And Cher
in Daytona Today
Sonny and Cher will be appearing
in Daytona Beach today. They will
present two showsat 3 and 8
p.m. in the Peabody Auditorium,
one block north of Main Street
on the beach.
Appearing with Sonny and Cher
will be Neil Deamond, The Ra Ravens,
vens, Ravens, and Englands Harper's Ba Bazaar.
zaar. Bazaar.
Ball To Kick Off
Orange-Blue Week
An international ball featuring
the Los Bohemias dance band will
be held in the Ramada Inn ball ballroom
room ballroom tonight at 8:30 p.m. for all
students kicking off Orange and
Blue week.
The dance is sponsored by the
Florida Union International Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. Tickets may be purchased
at the door at $2 per couple.
Five More Tapped
For Phi Beta Kappa
Five additional seniors were
elected Thursday to the Florida
Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. They
are Alison E. Conner, Anita H.
Cooper, Lee Ann Draud, Henry
B. Hinton, Jr. and Robert W.
Mead. Saundra J. Butler was also
elected recently. Altogether, 33 of
the 388 seniors scheduled to grad graduate
uate graduate from the College of Arts and
Sciences this April have been
elected.
Easter Egg Hunt
UF Dames will sponser its an annual
nual annual Easter Egg Hunt for child children
ren children of students and faculty and staff
members Saturday. All children
between two and six years of age
are invited to participate in the
hunt, which will take place at
2 p.m. at the University Womens
Club off the Old Newberry Road.
Children are asked to bring their
own baskets.

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Dems Cautioned On Gov. Kirk

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Gov. Claude Kirk is not as popular
as he was before his election, but Democrats seeking election to
the legislature against the strongest Republican bid in modern
times are advised not to make Kirk a campaign issue.
The advice, going out from Democratic State Chairman Pat Thomas
to all party candidates, was based on a last-minute survey of voter
opinion, Thomas said.
The survey, by Independent Research Associates Inc., of Miami
and Washington, said the most pressing issues with the voters
UF Students
Reap Mention

Certificates for Whos Who in
American Colleges and Univer Universities
sities Universities and the Hall of Fame were
given Thursday at an informal re reception
ception reception at UF President J. Wayne
Reitz home.
Whos Who honors outstanding
students in over 700 schools
throughout the U.S. Those se selected
lected selected are honored in diverse fields
and areas of extracurricular ser service.
vice. service. Superior contributions to the
University are traits sought in the
selection of stiidents honored. Stu Students
dents Students in the Hall of Fame are
seniors only, with the same quali qualifications
fications qualifications as those in Whos Who.
Once elected to the Hall of
Fame, the members are also hon honored
ored honored as members of Whos Who.
Those in the Hall of Fame of

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1967 include: Nancy Calhoun, Bill
Carr, Bill Conner, John Darlson,
Lee Ann Draud, Ed Green, Jim
Harrison, Jane Kimbrell, Irene
Minkoff, Bob Murphy, Bill Mc-
Bride, Richard Robinson, Herb
Schwartz, Eunice Tall, Steve
Spurrier and Louise Weadcock
Warren.
In Whos Who: Jerry Anderson,
Larry Beckman, Emily Benson,
Donna Berger, Chip Block, Fred
Breeze, John DeVault, Drex Dob Dobson,
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Morris Proenza, Charles Shep Shepherd,
herd, Shepherd, Marty Schwartz, Barry
Sinoff, Steve Smith, Clyde Taylor,
Wayne Thomas, Dana Venrick and
Butch Wooton.

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are education first and equalization of the tax burden second
A similar survey, made for the Republican party a few weeks
earlier, reported that taxes and the -war on crime were the
u;_ t c ciipc with the people.
Thomas said the survey showed Kirk had slipped 2 per cent in
nomilarity since last September when 47 per cent of the voters
Lnroved of the Republican candidate for governor.
But IRS advised against candidates taking out after Kirk this
earlv in his administration because many people feel a new governor
should be given more of a chance to prove himself. Also, a
oersonal attack in Kirk might stir up a heavy GOP turnout.
Most Republicans are still with Kirk, IRS said. The most
unpopular position taken governor since January, the survey
said is his bid to do away with the elected cabinet and replace it
with a cabinet appointed by the governor.
Democratic candidates are already calling this a power grab.
The IRS survey showed 75 per cent of those polled, including
a substantial majority of Republicans, favor retention of the
elected cabinet.
Kirk has said constitutional revision is a burning issue, but this
did not figure at all in the Democratic poll results.
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New Womens Honorary

By KATHIE KEIM
Alligator Staff Writer
Eight UF coeds have been named
as charter members of Savant-UF,
a new campus honorary organiza organization
tion organization established to recognize and
encourage outstanding leadership
in University women.
Members of the new organization
are Eunice Tall, president; Nel
Laughon, vice-president; Kay Mel Melton,
ton, Melton, secretary Donna Berger,
Kathy Hayes, Suzann Hull, Debbie
Dalehite and Nelle Johnston.

Defendants
File Pleas
In LSD Case
Pleas of not guilty were entered
Wednesday in the U.S. Sixth Dis District
trict District Court by four local men
charged with the possession and
sale of LSD, an hallucinogenic
drug.
Gainesville attorney Selig Gol Goldin
din Goldin is defending the four.
Defendants Sergio Abreu, Kerry
Mulford and Lawrence Yoeman will
be tried April 5. The forth de defendant,
fendant, defendant, Robert Davis, will appear
in court April 4.
Judge Harold Carswell set the
trial dates Wednesday.
The four defendants were
arrested Dec. 6 at a local del delicatessen
icatessen delicatessen on University Ave. Mem Members
bers Members of local, state and federal
law enforcement agencies took part
in the arrests.
All of the defendants, except
Davis, were employes of the UF
at the time of the arrests.
Davis, Mulford, Yoeman and Ab Abreu
reu Abreu were released after their ar arrests
rests arrests on bonds of $2,000 each.
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Friday, March 24, 1967, The F'or Ida lligator,

The purpose of the organization
is TOWER: I*Together, 1 *Together, Outstanding
Women Encourage Responsi Responsibility.
bility. Responsibility.
Savant-UF, using the French
term for a person of learning,
is sponsored through the /office
of the dean of women with Dean
Betty Cosby as the faculty advi advisor.
sor. advisor.
Organization of Savant-UF began
in January when Miss Tall spoke
to Miss Cosby and Dean of Stu Student
dent Student Affairs Lester Hale about
the possibility of a new honorary

FSU Votes 'Yes On NSA;
Keeps CIA-Linked Group

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Stu Students
dents Students at Florida State University
voted down a proposal Thursday
to withdraw from the National Stu Student
dent Student Association, recently linked
with activities of the UJS. Central
Intelligence Agency.
Turnout for the referendum was
described as very light, according
to a university spokesman, with
1,183 voting against the proposal
to withdraw and 798 in favor.
The measure was place on the
ballot following recent disclosure
that the student organization had
been subsidized by intelligence
agency funds. At least 25 per
cent of FSUs 14,500 students must
vote in the referendum for a pro proposal
posal proposal to pass.
Staff Meeting
Alligator Editor Eddie Sears
will officiate at the final staff
meeting during his tenure this
afternoon at 4:30. Staff mem members
bers members must attend.

Labor Office Announces
Summer Job Opportunities

Student Government Secretary
of Labor Eric Haugdahl has an announced
nounced announced the reorganization of the
labor office He said he has
summer jobs available for UF
students anywhere in the United
States or Europe.
In additon, he plans to have
a large selection of jobs availa available
ble available for students who will need
Christmas employment between
the first and second quarters next
year.
At present Haugdahl has 100
openings available at Harrahs Re Resort
sort Resort Casino at Lake Tahoe, Calif.
According to Haugdahl, the resort
wants to hire 100 students from
the UF alone and will interview
on April 5-7.

group. Their approval permitted
the charter members to meet to together
gether together and organize the honorary.
A group such as this group
outstanding women leaders can
ct Tbute much to their school
and v- mm unity.* said Miss Tall.
The main project for the mem members
bers members now will be a celebration
and recognition of the coed as
a student at UF. The celebration
will begin next year, which will
be the twentieth year that the Uni University
versity University has had coeducational stu studies.
dies. studies.

The question was placed on the
ballot by a petition initiated by
the campus Young Republican Club.
The proposal urged withdrawing
the FSU chapter from the nation nationwide
wide nationwide organization for one year.
Brahms 'Requiem
Scheduled Tonight
The Music Department will
present a performance of the
Requiem by Johannes
Brahms tonight at 8:15 in Uni University
versity University Auditorium.
The choral work will be sung
by the 160 member Choral Un Union
ion Union and University choir with
soloists Evelyn McGarrity and
Marshal Thomas participating.
This program has special
significance this Good Friday.

Interviews may be scheduled by
going to room 309 in the Flo Florida
rida Florida Union.
In addition, the labor office plans
to hold a Career Convocation for
graduating seniors and any other
interested students Oct. 9 10,
where company representatives
will talk about the merits of a
student's proposed field rather
than a particular company. Several
companies will be asked to send
representatives and exhibits.
Also under the labor office is
the babysitting service. Service
may be secured by calling ex extension
tension extension 2547. Any girl who would
like to sit should apply in room
309 of the Florida Union.

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The Florida Alligator { Friday, March 24. 1967

1 The Florida Alligator
*jA Ii Ow
EDDIE SEARS 808 MENAKER STEVE HULL
Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor
ANDY MOOR 808 BECK
Editorial Editor Sports Editor
Opinions of columnists do not uecessaruy refle the
editorial viewpoint of the Alligator. The only official
voice of the Alligator staff is the editorial in the left
column.

No Deal
The whole deal smells rotten.
Though the legality of the Teachers
Insurance and Annuity Association con contract
tract contract with UF might hinge on an inter interpretation,
pretation, interpretation, or political implications, some
aspects of the deal demand corrective
action.
TIAA is a New York insurance company,
doing business with the university. It is
not licensed to do business in the state.
It does not pay taxes required by Florida
statutes.
The contract with UF -- if as claimed
is not specifically illegal -- is certainly
outside the bounds of good taste and ethical
conduct.
The university is a political subdivision
of the state. It is supported by tax dollars
and is subject to state statutes.
Every-other year the University goes
begging to the Legislature for more
funds tax dollars collected from the
people of this state.
Still the University continues this illegal
annuity contract with TIAA -- who has
refused, and still refuses to obtain a state
license and pay the necessary state taxes.
UF and other university system offi officials
cials officials jumped up and down, waving their
hands hollering NO! NO!, when the gov governor
ernor governor recently proposed a tuition hike to
raise university funds.
But UF still does business with an in insurance
surance insurance company which refuses to pay its
share of taxes.
i The 1965 Legislature in effect put the
University on notice that it disapproved of
the type of contract between the UF and
TIAA.
Though the legislation did not get final
approval of the Legislature, it was ap approved
proved approved by a majority in both houses. It
would have made illegal any state sub subdivision
division subdivision such as the University --
making contracts with unlicensed insur insurance
ance insurance companies.
Insurance Commissioner Broward Wil Williams
liams Williams has said legislation will be intro introduced
duced introduced in the legislative session starting
next month that would outlaw peddling in insurance
surance insurance through the mails.
This is how the TIAA-UF insurance
deal skirts state prosecution now.
This legislation would also make it
expressly illegal for TIAA to operate in
Florida.
The University should refrain from its
aid in executing the annuity contract be between
tween between UFs doctors and TIAA.
It should respect and support state laws
requiring all insurance companies oper operating
ating operating in Florida to pay taxes and be li licensed.
censed. licensed.
If the doctors can maintain the contract
themselves both by qualifying for tax taxshelter
shelter taxshelter annuities and by adhering to state
laws -- that is their business.
The University shouldnt sacrifice its
budget and the good will of the legislature
by blatantly skirting, or by helping others
violate state laws and avoid paying state
taxes.
The law says no deal.

Walk Through Gainesville

By 808 MORAN
Alligator Column!*
Gainesville, the University City,
where the sharecropper rolls into

Campus Mirror
By 808 MENAKER
' Alligator Managing Editor

It seems that the Alligator's ar article
ticle article on banana smoking Tuesday
really has caused a stir. There
has been a run on bananas ever
since and on wonders if the hip hippies
pies hippies will smoke them or eat them.
Just look around on campus.
Chances are you wont see any
Honor Bananas on the stands. The
question now arises: will bananas
be declared illegal by the Pure
Food and Drug administration?
Will the cry Ban the Banana"
be taken up by those who fight
so vigorously against drugs?
The repercussions might be se serious
rious serious to all those who like bananas
on their cereal in the morning,
not to mention assorted gorillas,
apes and chimps, who thrive off
them.
qut the real problem lies with
the so-called Banana Republics"
of Central America. What will
these mo no cultural agrarian coun countries
tries countries do if they cant ship bananas
to the United States? Revolutions
might spring up overnight as piles
of bananas lie rotting in the sun.
United Fruit Company, which
controls a good part of Central
America, would be in a tight spot.
After all, it was an American,
Sam (the Banana Man) zamore who
helped introduce the banana plant
to Central America, years ago,
not to mention fomenting a revo revolution
lution revolution or two.
Why, this might give the United
States another chance to inter interfere
fere interfere in the internal affairs of
Central America. Marines might
have to march into Nicaragua again
to restore order and perpetuate
the dictatorship of the Somoza fa family.
mily. family.
World opinion would probably be
against the United States for inter interfering
fering interfering in the affairs of a sovreign
State. Eventually, we would be
forced to withdraw. But the damage

the neon stairwell leading to the
big feity df Air pollution.
Cobble-stoned streets are lined
with buildings of space technology
with their heads in the sky and a

would have been done and the
United States would have undone
some of the good work it has
done in Central America.
Think: It all started with a little
harmless trip into the psychedi psychedilic
lic psychedilic banana-pot realm. Banana Bananasmoking
smoking Bananasmoking hippies causing the over overthrow
throw overthrow of several countries in Cen Central
tral Central America.
For want of a banana a king kingdom
dom kingdom was lost. .
This weekend Im going to buy
some bananas and make some
banana-pot. After all, who believes
everything he reads in a news newspaper?
paper? newspaper? If it works, my next column
will be written under the influ influence,
ence, influence, which is okay with me. Some
people have said I write my co columns
lumns columns while under the influence
anyway.
Who knows? If successful, ba banana-highs
nana-highs banana-highs could start a new fad.
A bunch of bananas is a lot cheaper
than a bottle of booze.

" 1 B 1 r 1
Florida Alligator Staff
NICK TATRO j IM 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 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 Guttenj
j Guttenj macher, Dick Blakely, Bob Menaker, Dave Reddick, David
Weiss, Karen Eng, John Ellsworth, Diann Devine.

foot stuck in a limestone cave.
Oft a corner sits a crippled man
selling conservatism in a tin can
to the blind; around his neck hangs
a sign advertising God.
In a back alley, dictators and
liberals are playing paddy-cake;
each one dying for the chance to
slit the other's throat.
On a side street marches the
liberal publisher. He walks alone
but to the casual observer, in innocently
nocently innocently ignorant, he looks like a
parade. Just behind him the sun
reflects off the tin on a clowns
armor. When the publisher halts,
the clown reads the newspaper or
at least searches the pictures for
some leg.
Queen Mary stands in the Gar Garden
den Garden of Knowledge but for all her
useless intellect she cannot
glimpse Eden. Cleopatra strolls in
Eden without chains of Puritans
dragging her down. Queen Mary
cannot see Eden but she sees Cleo Cleopatra.
patra. Cleopatra.
What are you doing over
there? she screams. Get back
in my Garden of Knowledge or
Ill put handcuffs on your ankles
and force you to walk on your
hands.
Cleopatra struggles but the
Queen is swift; she sweeps down
and slaps handcuffs on Cleopatras
ankles. Poor Cleo, so intoxicated
with herself, she forgot Queen
Mary never touched Eden.
Caesar grows weary from his
ramblings in Infinity. Sleep is what
he craves. His worshippers gather
round him bearing gifts. They
thank him for peculation and evo evolution.
lution. evolution.
Caesar is hum Med by the hom homage.
age. homage. At night he disguises him himself
self himself in the image of a pilgrim and
distributes 10-year-old calendars
to the laity. ffis mirror glows a
reflection of his philanthropy philanthropythe
the philanthropythe calendars are not outdated.
Jupiter has Incorporated him self
from Mount Olympus. He hides
his ledger in a coffin created by
those who form the Supremacy
Committee. The curious and dis distrustful
trustful distrustful masses are ignored by
the mighty Jupiter. Under no cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances will he unlock the
treasury. The masses question but
the mighty Jupiter threatens ad advocation
vocation advocation and the masses are quiet.
Jupiter seeks talent for his godly
games. He searches the whole of
his kingdom. Many would-be sub subjects
jects subjects test, many succeed, but never
has Libyain successfully com completed
pleted completed the trials.
The old Oracle sits beneath his
fluorescent candle and devour es
script. He thinks the Writer is an
undiscovered philosopher. But then
the Oracle never translated an
unabridged Alice in Wonderland.
The Writer searches the Univer University
sity University City for a lawyer.



Killeen And Beards Only Hurt UF

EDITOR:
In this day and age, it is not deemed proper for Christians to
become involved in protests or discussions such as the case which
has our campus buzzing with rumors and gossip. However, in view
of the fact that the tidal wave of opinion is not always correct, I
wish to place my tithe in the coffers.
Students and faculty alike have for many years tried to dignify*
this campus and place its reputation among the ivy league tradition traditional
al traditional as opposed to institutions such as Tampa or Miami. At the pre present
sent present rate, with this killeen approach, well be lucky to have any chan chance
ce chance at staying out of the worst ten. Florida students think of them themselves
selves themselves as cool, yet they allow such to be carried on by the beatnik
groupor should I say the pubsters? Do they not realize that the
news media are hungry for these uprisings and publish or broad broadcast
cast broadcast them in prime locations and times? Doesnt it register in their
cash register brains that this is like a cancer or parasite to our
ideals. One highly publicized ordeal like this can do more tearing
down than we can ever build.
Fraternities and sororities whose names are synonomous with par parties
ties parties and-social life are governed by a faculty group and abide by this
groups disaplinary acton even though it is often social probation
for the whole house. So what or who pay tell does Pam me Brewer

EDITOR:
If it consistently puts its foot
into its .mouth and derives plea pleasure
sure pleasure from doing this, it must be
an . I open my letter this way
because character assassination is
the only journalistic technique
Wayne Boynton can use and under understand.
stand. understand. This technique is almost
as superficial as his thinking.
Tuesday, the Alligator had two
articleson the editorial page about
the peace march and Vietnam. Bob
Moran discussed a few aspects of
the subject, considered them and

Permanent Commission Proposed

(EDITORS NOTE: This is the
third and final part of a series
on student rights by Bernie Wisser,
head of the Students Constitutional
Committee.)
By BERNIE WISSER
In abdication of jurisdiction over
students off-campus behavior, the
University will find students to
have less motivation to be covert
and dishonest about their activ activities.
ities. activities. Let the University then guar guarantee
antee guarantee students an iron-cl ad pri private
vate private and privileged relationship
with its counselors. Let it provide
counseling relationships which will
not be encumbered by the filing
of case histories which can (and
do) get in the hands of others
besides the counselor. Do not limit
such counseling to psychoneurotic
and pseudopsychotic difficulties.
In stead, provide counseling which
is oriented toward social adjust adjustment
ment adjustment and growth, young-adult ad adjustment
justment adjustment problems, situational
problems and crises.
These suggestions imply other
action. They indicate the need for
a massive drive by the adminis administration
tration administration in the nature of budget
requests for increased counseling
services. Student government has
recommended a tuition hike to ex expand
pand expand recreation facilities. Let it
use such monies, instead, for the
developement of counseling ser services.
vices. services. Let their concern for those

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Boynton Only Assassinates

came to a value judgment -- the
U.S. is doing the right thing in
Vietnam. Although I disagree with
his conclusion I enjoyed his ap approach
proach approach to the subject. Moran indi indicates
cates indicates that a conclusion must be
iriade by weighing many factors
and deciding between the lesser
of two evils. A matter of opinion.
Boyntons article was quite dif different.
ferent. different. He devoted over 12 column
inches to sophomoric and hack hackneyed
neyed hackneyed jibes. It seems to me that
someone who dwells on the subject
of long hair is insecure about his
acceptance by the masses (an ac acceptance

of their fellow students who will
become casualties in the process
of reaching maturity unless help
is available, be shown. I, for one,
will gladly pay an increase in tu tuition
ition tuition for these services and so
should parents who want the uni university
versity university to be a parent away from
home.
Let the University face the facts
about the predicament which con confronts
fronts confronts them even if such facts
are shocking and their implica implications
tions implications involve radical action. For
example, this would mean the uni university
versity university should consider whether
such things as prescribing con contraceptives
traceptives contraceptives to students is more
destructive and distasteful than
unlawful abortion or premature
marriage.
Let it consider whether ignor ignoring
ing ignoring such facts is more destructive
than facing them. Let it decide
whether providing counseling and
help for the student in such a
crisis is more benevolent and
saves more from personal ruin
and permanent damage, than does
rejection, sanctions and the intense
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think she Is to try to buck the FDC. Students, especially her, have
given the faculty more than enough reasons to know that the FDC
is necessary. Therefore, she has no option in my opinion but to abide
by their decision whether she thinks it is right or wrong.
Most of the material that has been written on this affair has been
written from a legalistic or moralistic point of view, but my point
of view is discipline. Just think what this campus would be like with without
out without the FDC. We need somebody to be afraid of, so afraid that we will
want to follow the rules and regulations they set down.
From my picture of what has been happening, the strongest sup supporters
porters supporters of the girl are from the longhaired, bearded, grubby society
rejects. These are the protest groups or professional rioters as they
have sometimes been called and they are not aware of the princip principles
les principles involved, but rather are looking for a riot and some kicks.
As soon as the Alligator and other news media quit giving them
the publicity they desire, the whole stink they think they have created
will vanish. (Hint-Hint) DAVE HODGES, 4BA
President, Fellowship
of Christian Athletes

ceptance acceptance of dubious value). One
who pokes fun at unmasculine unmasculinelike
like unmasculinelike looks could very well have
fears regarding his own mascu masculinity.
linity. masculinity. The final one-and-a-half
column inches of the article is
devoted to a semblance of clear
£
thought. The result is an article
consisting of about 90 per cent
trash and 10 per cent mediocrity.
It will be interesting to see
whether Mr. Boynton will mature
sufficiently to write on issues and
to omit superficial and opinionated
remarks about those who dont
take the path of least resistance.
HARRY WEINSTEIN

rejection of academic expulsion.
If the University truly desires
to be a friend of the student,
let itwith Student Government Governmentwork
work Governmentwork out a bail-bond plan for
students in trouble with the law.
This does not mean the student
has a right to such help, for that
isnt the case. It does not mean
that the Univesity should unduly
try to influence the police or the
courts on the behalf of a student.
It only means that it does not fol follow
low follow that the University has to
pout, and threaten to withdraw
their friendship from the students
in retaliation for the need to aban abandon
don abandon the in loco parentis doctrine.
It is recognized the student is
responsible for his acts as is any
other citizen; but it is also ob obvious
vious obvious that if the university chooses
to help a student in legal trouble troubleout
out troubleout of a spirit of friendshipit
has the same right to do so as
any other friend of a citizen may
choose to act in their behalf. The
University wont be condemned for
such actions; it may in fact be
respected and admired.

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, The Florida Alligator, Friday, March 24, 1967

NOT UNDER PRESENT CONSTITUTION

Shepherd Says Wont Participate In CSBP

By HAROLD KENNEDY
Alligator Staff Writer,.
UF will not participate in the Council
of Student Body Presidents with its pro proposed
posed proposed constitution as it is, Charles Shep Shepherd,
herd, Shepherd, UF Student Body President, an announced
nounced announced Thursday.
Calling unworkable the constitution
which has been proposed for the coun council,
cil, council, Shepherd told a news conference
he does not intend to ratify the con constitution.
stitution. constitution.
Student Governments from the smaller

Variety Band Show
Set Tuesday Night

Jazz, in the style of the big
bands past and present will
provide a treat for lovers of snap snappy
py snappy music here Tuesday at 8:15
p.m. in University Auditorium.
Providing the music will be the
states oldest and best known stage
band, the Gator Variety Band
presenting the 17th annual jazz
concert.
The jazz program, one of the
most popular and best attended
performances of the Universitys
spring concert season, features
two large 18- piece dance bands,
the Department of Musics per percussion
cussion percussion ensemble and a clarinet
soloist, Terence Small, assistant
professor of music at the Uni University.
versity. University.
Chelsea Bridge, a clarinet

Why does the Board of Regents allow
the contract to continue if its in violation
of state laws?
If even as they contend its not specifi specifically
cally specifically illegal under present state laws, its
certainly not the best policy for the Regents
to encourage.
TIAA is refusing to pay thousands of dof doflars
lars doflars in taxes and licensing feesmoney
which could help the state provide the budget
requests for the regents.
What About Bill?
What really happened to the bill in
the 1965 Legislaturethe one which would
have specifically outlawed similar contracts
between state subdivisions and unlicensed
insurance companies?
If a conference committee from both houses
agreed on the text of the bill, wouldnt
both have the same time to vote on the
measure? Could one influential legislator legislatora
a legislatora UF graduatehave helped prevent a final
vote in the House on the bill?
Why do the Regents and the University
continue cooperating with TIAA on the con contract
tract contract when both know the legislature does
not approve of such contracts?.

HRHHH MBMBBk
HMH ' Br
The drinks were ignored.
Forgotten cigarettes were bu burning
rning burning their way toward anxious
fingers. There was only Renee.
Gorgeous Renee. Lovely Renee.
Topless Renee. Renee.
The girl beneath the spot spotlight
light spotlight wore a bikini bottom a
bright, apple-red bikini bottom
with fringe accenting her 35-
inch hips. The bottom hung three
inches below her navela navel
that rotated with the hips that

Questions Raised On TIAA

/Bare Topping At Dubs

state universities dont have enough the
responsibility to run the council under
the present rules, Shepherd siad.
Shepherd doesnt believe the Student
governments, of Florida Atlantic, the
University of South Florida, and especi especially
ally especially Florida A&M are stable enough
to participate in the Council on the same
level as UF and Florida State Univer University.
sity. University.
UF and FSU students are given much
more responsibility by their administra administrations
tions administrations than the newer schools, he said.
The first chairman was elected by bal ballot,
lot, ballot, Shepherd said, but plans are to ro-

solo written for Buddy DeFranko,
is one of two solos to be played
by Small, formerly director of
bands at Western Reserve Uni University
versity University and a director of the Stan
Kenton Stage Band Clinics.
The other Small solo will be
Hello There, a special arrange arrangement
ment arrangement from the library of the fa famous
mous famous NORAD Commanders Dance
Band. The song was written espe especially
cially especially to feature the well known
jazz clarinetist, Pete Fountain of
New Orleans.
Appearance of the percussion
ensemble, directed by James Ha Hale,
le, Hale, is a new feature on the jazz
program. Songs will include The
Shadow of Your Smile, Fla Flamingo,
mingo, Flamingo, Love For Sale and
Man and Woman.

How important can such acts as this thisby-state
by-state thisby-state universitiesplay in the amount
of monies and autonomy the legislature
is willing to provide?
t Why havent state officialswho are
also recognized insurance men in their own
rightused public pressure to prevent or
discontinue the contract?
House Speaker Ralph Turlington and In Insurance
surance Insurance Commissioner Broward Williams
are insurance menTurlington operating an
agency in Gainesville, and Williams serving
as a state lobbyist for insurance companies
before being named treasurer and insurance
commissioner by Gov. Haydon Burns in
1965.
University sources maintain that they
have met with no representatives from TIAA
in Florida.
Through a reliable source, The Alligator
learned that one administrative official had
documentation of a Jacksonville meeting prior
to signing of the contract.
TIAA representatives selling Insurance in
the state would be violating Florida statutes.
TIAA sent a representative to the meeting.
And so did the University and state govern governmenthigh
menthigh governmenthigh officials in both cases.
Another reliable source said he knew of
a TIAA representative inGainesville working
on the annuity contract.

moved to Bare Footin and
Midnight Hour and Night
Train.
The hips rotated, the shoul shoulders
ders shoulders twisted and the arms mov moved
ed moved as people stared. Cigarettes
burned and drinks got warm.
The beat became faster and
one grey-haired gentleman in
the corner sat prostrated on
the edge of his seat and wip wiped
ed wiped his mouth. And stared.
And the beat moved faster.
And one of the young faces
wore a twisted smile and half halfclosed,
closed, halfclosed, slanted eyes. And his

Pamme Still
Has ACLU
Backing
The local chapter of the Ameri American
can American Civil Liberties Union still
supports Pamme Brewer in her
fight for student rights, Bob
' Shetterly, ACLU president an an,nounced
,nounced an,nounced Thursday.
The statement of support stem stemmed
med stemmed from the withdrawal of Selig
Goldin, attorney for Miss Brewer,
from the case.
Goldin has worked in conjunc conjunction
tion conjunction with the ACLU for the past
month concerning the FDC hear hearings
ings hearings held recently on Miss Brew Brewers
ers Brewers nudity charge.
The ACLU statement reads:
Goldin was Miss Brewers at attorney
torney attorney in the case and the ACLU
was supporting it, but Goldins
decision to withdraw was taken
unilaterally without consultation
or approval from the ACLU.

date poked him in the side as
he stared.
And the dancer moved fas faster.
ter. faster.
And one man dropped his
cigarette on the floor when it
burned his unsuspecting fin fingers.
gers. fingers.
Midnight Hour as the dancer
twisted and perspired beneath
the lonely spotlight. And Mid Midnight
night Midnight Hour became Night
Train and the beat went faster
and faster-and-faster and men
moved more toward the edges
of their seats to better see the
perspiring form.

tate the chair to each representative by
alphabetical order.
Since the council includes only stu student
dent student body presidents, only Shepherds
decision is needed to exclude UF from
the group.
Shepherd was instrumental in organiz organizing
ing organizing the first meeting of the group to com combat
bat combat a possible tuition increase.
Hopes were aroused that a permanent
group to represent the more than 50,000
students attending state universities might
be formed.
Ulysses S. Glee, Student Body Presi-

How can the University keep from
violating either state or federal laws when
the Internal Revenue Code requires the
employer--the university, a subdivision of
the stateto hold a tax-shelter annuity con contract,
tract, contract, and state officials say it would be
illegal for the state to make the deductions?
The universitynot the statemakes the
deductions.
Doug Starr, Broward Williams admin administrative
istrative administrative assistant, said it would be illegal
for the state to make the deductions.
i Are UF doctors qualified for tax shel shelter
ter shelter annuities since only the money they make
in private practice is applied towards the
annuities?
Internal Revenue rules say the employer
must be a non-profit, tax-exempt organi organization
zation organization (UF doctors?) or an institution of
higher learning (UF doctors?).
And finally, since most of these have
been answered so readily and willingly by
the dozens of public officials contacted during
this month-long investigation, heres a
clincher which will allow them to stammer,
stutter and eventually bubble out dozens of
good explanations:
If the contract with TIAA is so good,
so ethical, and so legal, why hasnt Pres President
ident President Reitz made this plan available to
all UF professors?

Today Is The Day
For Dash To Daytona

By JUSTINE HARTMAN
Alligator Staff Writer
Today is the daythe dash to
Daytona has begun! Spring fever
is taking its toll at UF as students
scurry off to conscientious hell hellraising
raising hellraising and sun worship along
the seashore.
The mass exodus to the smooth
sands and beer brawls, i.e., mixed
slumber parties under the stars,
was foreseen by many wise and
hallowed UF professors who have
either dismissed classes today
or perhaps hinted that attendance
would not be taken.
The moment the last cold wave
lifted, many teeny-boppers on cam campus
pus campus donned their bikinis and beat
it to the bushes to soak up some

Then it was over. Just like
that. So fast. It was over.
The waiting was over and the
dancing was over and the star staring
ing staring was over. Some people or ordered
dered ordered another drink from the
tall, long-haired waitress and
decided to wait until the dancer
appeared again.
But we didnt. We left.
The dancer looked like she
was in agony, Bill said as we
got up. She didnt even smile.
Yea, I agreed. I noticed.
Before we left, I put a tip
on the table. Renee should have
smiled, I thought But I left
a tip anyway.

dent of Florida A&M, was elected presi president
dent president of the council and a committee
was appointed to draw up a constitution.
Shepherd said that Lees race had no nothing
thing nothing to do with his decision. It doesn't
matter who is chairman of the council,
he said, what matters to me is what
happens to the of Florida.
He still favors the idea of a council
representing all state university students,
Shepherd said, and if a means is found
to give stronger representation to the more
stable and responsible student govern governments,
ments, governments, he may accept it.

sun while dazedly glancing through
a textbook of sorts.
A few serious sunburns, red
noses, and people peeling skin dur during
ing during class were indications that
THE MOOD had arrived. This
weekend students will shirk all
cares, forget finals are stealthily
approaching, and booze it into
oblivion, which just happens to be
the national student pastime.
Down Daytona way this is a big
moment for the innkeepers, res restauranteurs,
tauranteurs, restauranteurs, the just plain cops,
and the men who pick up papers
off the beach.
With one touch of Peter Rabbits
magic wand and a little help from
the mass of college hippies who
converge there every year with
religious fervor to celebrate
Easter, the venerable city of Day Daytona
tona Daytona Beach changes from a one
horse town to Swingsville, U.S.A.
And although the geriatrics and
other indigenes, i.e., good, whole wholesome
some wholesome residents of the clean little
town, may protest the OUT OUTRAGEOUS
RAGEOUS OUTRAGEOUS behavior of the Pepsi?
generation, theres a sneaking
suspicion they anxiously await the
resurrection day--after all, it is
exciting.
Cabinet '67
problems which may arise.
On top of coordinating the Cabi Cabinet,
net, Cabinet, organizing the Presidents
Retreat, setting up all appoint appointments
ments appointments with the president, repre representing
senting representing the office of president in
his absence, and handling all ad administrative
ministrative administrative functions of Student
Government, Imholte is also in
charge of the entire presidential
staff.
The presidential staff includes
all commissions, committees, and
anyone who is appointed by the
president to fulfill an administra administrative
tive administrative position.
Scholastically, Imholte has made
the Deans List and is a member
of Phi Eta Sigma, the Freshman
honorary fraternity.
Imholte is past president of
Hume area, as well as past presi president
dent president of Mens Inter-Hall Council,
and is a new tappee of Florida
Blue Key.
Imholtes experience includes
holding the office of secretary of
academic affairs in the Jacobs
administration. It was there that
he originated the plan for a Course
and Teacher Evaluation. The re results
sults results of this evaluation are cur currently
rently currently being weighed and the New
Horizon administration will make
use of them under the secretary
of academic affairs, now under
John Mica.



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Apartment
Living, mk
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dents choose off-campus living for
several reasons. Some seek luxury; drawing by jim hanger, 4as
some privacy and freedom, and some
find it more economical than on-campus
housing iind hoarding. Who are these people?
What do they need and look for in living accomo-
dations, and what is available for them? Read today*s
special Apartment Living Section to catch an overview of
off-campus living in Gainesville.

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Combos And Cookouts
Make f Quarter Unique

By JIM BORER
Alligator Correspondent
The French Quarter is an off offcampus
campus offcampus apartment complex that is
a little different. The two town
house apartments on Southwest
16th Avenue are noticeably distinc distinctive
tive distinctive with steep-sloped, shingle
roofs. The complex is also dif different
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heat and air-conditioning, and
sound conditioning to insure quiet
and privacy.
The facilities available at the
French Quarter are different than
other apartment areas, said
George H. Weiss, general manager
of the French Quarter and Village
Park. We serve a continental
breakfast on Sundays. We are hav having
ing having a cookout Saturday (Mar. 25).
Also we hire a combo every now
and then for a Saturday or Sunday
afternoon or evening. There is
something like this at least once
a month.

Other facilities include a two twostory
story twostory recreation building with a
color television and pool table,
two study rooms equipped with
desks and couches, three laundry
areas, and two full time maids.
But if you want to live at The
French Quarter next year, youd
better hurry!
Every two bedroom apartment
is gone for September, said
Weiss. In another three weeks,
everything will be taken. I suggest
applying way in advance of the
time you want to live here.

Students Prefer
Apartments To
UF Dorm Living

By ROBERT KEYSER
AM cator C.O-r^Oonripnt
The overwhelming majority of
off-campus dwelling students
would rather fight than switch
to campus dorms.
I have more freedom living in
an apartment no school re restrictions
strictions restrictions on my personal actions.
Theres no problem having women
visitors or taking a drink, said
Harold Kennedy, 3JM.
Anti-dorm feeling seems to be
carried over to study area also.
Arnold Kramer, 3AS, while agree agreeing
ing agreeing with Kennedy, said he disliked
the high noise level found in the
dorms.
Too many goof-offs' are up
here because their parents want
it. They dont study and while
theyre running around screaming
I cant study either, he said.
Bonnie House, 2UC, said one of
her biggest complaints about dorm
living is that you cant cook in the
rooms.
I eat better now, without spend spending

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lived off campus and had to eat
out every day. And its nice to
have something in the refriger refrigerator
ator refrigerator you can offer your guests/
she said.
Rent enters the anti-dorm pic picture,
ture, picture, according to Don Jordan,
3EG, because there is a yearly
lease on a dorm room and its
very inconvenient paying the en entire
tire entire terms rent along with the
other fees.
Jessica Mann, 3JM, did mention
some small problems she faces
living off campus.
I live just a little too close to
the campus to be able to get a
commuter sticker for my car, and
I would like to drive to class when
it rains. Sometimes finding room roommates
mates roommates is a problem, especially in
the summer, but in the end Pve
always found enough, she said.
However, Miss Mann hastened to
add that she prefers living off
campus.
According to every student in interviewed,
terviewed, interviewed, living on campus is out
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By GAIL KELLEY
Southwest 16th Avenue has been
tagged Sin City by some stu students
dents students and Gainesville residents,
because the weekends there are
often filled with apartment parties

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and street dances.
Several
mostly occupied by single UF stu students,
dents, students, line this street. Most of
the students and resident managers
in this area believe this is an
exaggeration.
Fred S. Guggenheumer, owner ownermanager

manager ownermanager of Frederick Garden
Apartments, 1130 S.W. 10th. Ave.,
said the tossed about phrase Sin
City is a result of only a few
isolated instances.
Seventy-five per cent of Guggen Guggenheimers
heimers Guggenheimers tenants are single under undergraduates,
graduates, undergraduates, who cause very little
trouble, he said.
Occassionally when a beer
party gets too loud, a few male
tenants are warned to hold the
noise down in the early morning
hours, Guggenheumer said. But
this is to be expected when you
have a large number of young
people living in the same area,
he added.
The building of a convalescent
home adjacent to Frederick Apart Apartments
ments Apartments is a little unfortunate, Grg Grggenheimer
genheimer Grggenheimer said. My attitude and
the general attitude of the students
is that the old folks might com complain
plain complain if noise is not kept down ,
he added.
The location for the convales convalescent
cent convalescent home is not ideal since there
are many apartment complexes on
Sixteenth Avenue that rent pri primarily
marily primarily to students and the apart apartments
ments apartments were first, he said.
Frederick Garden Apartments
were among the first apartments
built on Sixteenth Avenue. The one
and two bedroom units are com completely
pletely completely furnished with Danish Mo Modern
dern Modern furniture, air-conditioned and
carpeted. The tenants have access
to a heated swimming pool that
is centrally located.

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a chance to study if his roommates are en entertaining
tertaining entertaining in their one or two bedroom
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RENTAL OFFICE
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I'm kind of frustrated with this whole thing. What I've got to do is sit down,
write you a letter, publish it, and have over 18,000 people read the same
dam letter.
It's just not the way to tell you what I must.
Here's how it came about. I know that you'll be needing an apartment
sometime soon. I also know that you're going to want a modern, well wellequipped
equipped wellequipped place that doesn't drain you dry each time the rent's due. And,
you'd probably like a few extras; maybe some recreational facilities, a
lease that doesn't bind you for a whole year, and how about a landlord
that's interested in you, instead of just collecting his rent?
University Gardens is built and managed to those specifications. My
objective is to get you to take a good hard look at us; 'cause I know that
if you do, you'll be sold on the Gardens.
First, let me tell you about the apartments. They're roomy; in fact, they're
the roomiest in town. They're also centrally air-conditioned and you can
rent them furnished or unfurnished. The only utility you'll pay each month
is your electricity (average sl7) and your phone (about $5).
About those extras. Somebody came in one day and suggested that we
provide transportation to campus. Parking there is impossible, you know.
So, we bought a school bus, painted it, and set it on a schedule so you
can get to and from campus free of charge. We're real proud of this service,
since we're the only ones who provide it. There are lots of other things I'd
like to tell you about some you can see on the opposite page.
Amd, now for the important part; that everlasting buck. All you need to
do is make two comparisons. First, compare us to all the other apartments
in Gainesville. No one can beat us in size of apartments, no one else
has handball courts, a shuttlebus, a lake, a pool the size of ours, ora
roommate-finding service. Does this sound like I'm bragging? Maybe so,
but you be the judge. Now compare prices.. .1 won't say much about
this, because you'll find that we are in all cases equal to or lower than
the others.
Most of our 360 apartments are filled now, but there will be vacancies soon soonprobably
probably soonprobably quite a few for the coming September. You can reserve an apart apartment
ment apartment here up to a year in advance. This will work out well for you if you
are a "plan aheader".
As I said in the beginning, I hate having to tell you about us this way. It
doesn't do you or University Gardens justice. Why don't we do this
thing right? Come on out and let me show you around personally.
Sincerely j
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General Manager
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More than 18 beautiful acre invites you to luxurious
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can be yours at prices students can
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Sliding doors open onto the
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Parquet oak floors in the di dinette
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Cool, individually air con contioneu
tioneu contioneu units make any season
like Spring. Enjoy life a little
more--at University Gardens.

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Depends On Tenant Choice

CHARLES GREEN
Alligator Correspondent
Want to see luxury living at its
finest? Take a trip to University
Gardens on SW 16th Ave. About
450 students enjoy modern con convenience
venience convenience and comfort at the $3.7
million apartment development.
Kassuba Development Corp Corporation
oration Corporation began construction in April
of 1965, said Dave Weekes, man manager
ager manager of University Gardens. The
last building was completed in
November of 1966, Weekes added.
Kassuba Development Corpor Corporations
ations Corporations home office is in Palm
Beach, Florida. Kassuba has con constructed
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apartment buildings
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The apartments are decorated
in Danish Modern and Italian Pro Provincial
vincial Provincial furniture. Decor depends
upon the building the tenant chooses
to live in. Separate buildings are
available for non-students, under undergraduates
graduates undergraduates and graduate students.
Four students have plenty of
room in the carpeted 900 square
feet of space in the two-bedroom
apartments. The all-electric kit kitchens
chens kitchens feature Hotpoint stoves, re refrigerators
frigerators refrigerators and garbage disposals.
Individually air-conditioned units
add to the comfort offered at
University Gardens.
Recreational facilities received
special attention in the planning
of this apartment complex. A
swimming pool; handball courts,
and private patios are available
for the residents.
Students without transportation
appreciate the private bus to shut shuttle
tle shuttle them to and from the campus.
Ample parking space is enjoyed
by the students with automobiles.
Rent begins at sllO a month for
a one-bedroom unfurnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Damage deposits are re required
quired required from students keeping pets.
What happens when the parties
get too loud? The tenant is asked
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Quality Rises With Enrollment

From pigpens to penthouses,
over 45 per cent of the student
body lives in off-campus housing.
The UFs increasing enrollment
is pushing more and more stu students
dents students off-campus and a rising
standard of living is Increasing
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the quality of apartment living.
The most luxurious and obvious
example of this trend is the mas massive
sive massive apartment complex on SW 13th
St. Over 3,500 student habitate
the area in 509 plush apartments.
Single students number 2,388.
Rent in Gainesville is high, but
not exorbitant. The Federal
Housing Authority (F HA) conducted
a cost per square foot study re recently
cently recently comparing rent in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Jacksonville. The average

rental rates in Jacksonville were
15-cents per square foot while
Gainesville averaged 20-cents per
square foot.
The biggest problem for stu students,
dents, students, according to Off-Campus
Housing Director Carl B. Opp,
Is getting them to adjust their
druthers to their cans. Many
students, he said, will attempt to
live beyond their means.
Finding and keeping roommates
is another worry for apartment
dwellers. Students, being a tran transient
sient transient group, also have to face draft
and sudden poverty.
Besides financial responsibili responsibilities,
ties, responsibilities, students must follow uni university
versity university regulations on off-campus
conduct.
According to the off-campus
code, students are held responsi responsible
ble responsible to act in the best interests
of the student body by refraining
from disrespect, destruction of
property, gambling, drinking, im immorality,
morality, immorality, possession of explosives
or lethal weapons, and unlawful
assembly.
Visits from persons of the op opposite
posite opposite sex are not permitted unless
such visits are permitted by the
landlord, householder, or resident
manager, and are made under cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances which raise no ques questions
tions questions as to propriety. Another
university code requires proper
chaperonage during such visits.
Renters are also responsible for
the conduct of their visitors.
Single students under 21 must
live in housing listed with the
university, according to the code.

Friday, March 24, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

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campus offcampus living accommodations, Ma?iy stu students
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YOUR NEW APARTMENT
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IN SELECTING THE PROPER COLOR TV CABINET for your home,
you naturally consider many things. The beauty of the design, the
woods, materials and decorative hardware.
Zenith fully realizes there are constant changes in fashion. Yet
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tomorrow, next month, years from now. Thus it is Zenith's primary
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

| for sale
STUDENT SPECIALS Admiral
or Philco air conditioner. Cost
plus 10%; over 300 satisfied stu students.
dents. students. Sudden Service Fuel Oil
Co. 376-4404. 907 S.W. 3rd St.
(A-112-ts-c).
FOR SALE CHANNEL MASTER
TV Antenna with 40 ft. mast; rotor.
SSO. Phone 372-0307.(A-122-st-c).
$150.00 TRUETONE Mahogany
Stereo Console S6O; $140.00 West Westinghouse
inghouse Westinghouse apartment size range
(used three months) S6O. Phone
376-1017 weekends and after 6:30
P.M. weekdays. (A-122-lt-c).
Guitar: 2 pick-up kent, fine con condition,
dition, condition, new strings SSO. 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-
st-P)
Portable tape recorder, never been
used. $35. Call Univ. extention
3201. (A-120-3t-C)
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
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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- 120-4
P)
1966 Valiant, 10 x 46, 2 bedroom,
S3OO equity and take up payments
of $56.27 per month. Couples only.
Available end of term. 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-st~
C)
Roberts stereo tape recorder for
sale. Call Andy at 378-4693. (A (A---1
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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.
(A- 121-st-P)
Honda 305 Scrambler. Perfect con condition,
dition, condition, call 378-5211. (A-121-2t-C)
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. (A% 119-
st-C)
for rent
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)
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)
Sub-lease 2 bedroom, Frederick
Apt. for summer. Furnished, air airconditioned,
conditioned, airconditioned, pool. $l5O/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.
(B-120- 3t-C)
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).
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-
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for rent
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.
(B- 121-3 t-P)
ITS 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-
NC)
UNIVERSITY GARDENS Apart Apartment
ment Apartment for sub-lease. Two
Lease just for summer, or con continue
tinue continue in fall if you like. Call 378-
6248. (B- 122-st-p).
AIR CONDITIONED modern trail trailer,
er, trailer, one bedroom, full size bath,
large kitchen, living room with
study table. Patio and awning.
Student couple only. $66 monthly.
372-2914. (B-122-2t-c).
SUB-LEASE MAY 1- Aug. 31,
two bedroom duplex, central a/c,
perfect for 3, $ 125/mo. One block
from Norman, 1003 S.W. 6th Ave.
372-7167. (B-122-3t-p).
THREE BEDROOM, two bath un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished house for rent. $ 125/mo.
Available June 1. 4004 S.W. 20th
Street, Phone 376-3733. (B-122-
st-c).
WHERES HOME this summer or
fall? WANT: Good food? Com Companionship?
panionship? Companionship? Inexpensive living?
Clear study environment? Got TV
too. Try Georgia Seagle Hall. Call
376-2476 or 372-6736. (B-122-
3t-c).
TWO LARGE air conditioned bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, private bath with shower.
4 blocks from University. Can see
after 5 p.m. or call 376-0374.
518 N.W. 15th Street. (B-122-4t (B-122-4tc).
c). (B-122-4tc).
NICE QUIET, TWO ROOM SUITE
with adjoining bath for lady, 21
years or older. Lights, hot and
cold water, linens furnished. Pri Private
vate Private entrance. 311 N.W. 15th Ter Terrace.
race. Terrace. 376-2072. (B- 122-2 t-c).
TWO BEDROOM Furnished student
apartments near campus. Low
summer rates. Call Mrs. Jones,
376-5636 or A1 Jones, 378-5682.
(B-122-10t-c).

for rent
Solve your parking & transporta transportation
tion transportation problem this summer. Live
only one block from campus in
the cool luxury of La Fontana
Highrise 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. (B118lOtc)
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)

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living within one block of campus?
Try THE COOPERATIVE LIVING
ORGANIZATION for either the
summer or fall. Room, 3 meals
per day, good study conditions,
for S6O per month. Inquire 117
N.W, 15th Street or Call: 376-
6203. (B- 121-TF-C)
Modern Duplex apartment, one
bedroom, completely furnished, all
electric kitchen; sub-lease for
summer months, near campus,
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

for rent
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-
C) ?
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-
st-C)
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-121-10t-C)
COLLEGE TERRACE will be
COED beginning A Term 1967
Apartment house standards, spe special
cial special summer rates, Now taking
reservations 378-2221. (B-120-
lt-c).

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RIDERS WANTED to Chicago and
points on route. Leaving during
Trimester break. Call 378-4684
after 5 p.m. (C-122-st-c).
WANTED Female roommates
wanted: One going A & B Term,
other A Term only. Off-campus
apartment. Rent: $38.75. Call: 378-
5878. (C-119-st-c).
TWO FEMALE Room mates wanted
to share a Landmark Apartment
for the summer. Call after 5 p.m.
378-3851. (C-122-3t-p).
WANTED 3 girls to help find and
share apt. in NYC from May to
Sept. Call Linda, 372-3621, room
123 after 8 p.m. (C-122-3t-p).
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.
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wanted
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- lOt-c).
Two male roommates, large yard,
$26.50 plus utility 1914 N.W. 12th
. Terr., Phone: 378-4624. Near
Gainesville High School. (C-120-
3t-0)
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-
3t-C)
help wanted
HELP WANTEDEXPERIENCED
Dental Assistant, 378-2555. (E (E---1
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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).
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-
lOt-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)
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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)
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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 conditi n would
trade for late model Cv met or
Falcon stationwagen. Call: 376-
2345 after 6. p.m. (G-121-st-C)
1957 Chevrolet $225. Reliable
transportation. Excellent body
good rubber. 376-9835. (G-121-5t-
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)
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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-
--120-- (G---120- 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-U9-3t-c)
A 1965 Corvair Monza convertible,
140 h.p., 4 speed, 16,000 miles,
in factory warranty 376-4126 after
5 p.m. (G-118-st-c)
1959 THUNDERBIRD, 353 cu. in.,
Interceptor V-8, power steering,
power brakes, power windows, po power
wer power seat, radio and heater, auto automat
mat automat i c transmission. Graduating
this April, must sell. 378-5944
after 5 p.m. (G-122-st-c).
1966 COMET STATION WAGON,
air conditioned, VB, power steer steering.
ing. steering. Some warranty left. Beautiful
car. $2,245. 378-4809. (G-122-
st-c).
55 CHEVROLET in good condi condition,
tion, condition, seat belts, and new battery
$165.00. Call: 376-8519. (G-122-
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. 372-5648 (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 CHEVROLET V-8, 2 door
hardtop, good tires, good condi condition.
tion. condition. Original owner. Call: 372-
8201 after 6 p.m. and on week weekends.
ends. weekends. (G-121-st-c).
1961 CORVAIR 4 doors, auto automatic,
matic, automatic, radio. Good condition. In Information
formation Information 277-9 Corry Village
after 5 p.m. (G-122-4t-p).
real estate
House for sale. 3 bedroom, 2bath,
large fenced in yard, low interest
FHA payment. Ideal neighborhood.
376-9038.(1-117-lOt-C)
lost-found
Ladies watch in front of Law
School or Phi Delt House. Gruen.
Lost Friday night. Call: Eve 378-
1339. (L-120- 3t-C)
I HAVE NO CLOTHES to keep
warm up north. If you found my
black lined trench coat in Me Medical
dical Medical Center, please return to hos hospital
pital hospital library, at least keys in
pocket. REWARD. Badly needed.
(L- 121-3 t-P)
Navy Blue Blazer taken from Uni University
versity University Avenue Laundromat on Sa Saturday.
turday. Saturday. Belongs to fiance', Must
return. REWARD, no questions
asked. 372-3043. (L-121-3t-C)
LOST MORTAR BOARD pin
between Peabody and Norman. J.
E.K., '66 on back. REWARD. Call
378-5892. (L-122-3t-p).
personal
IF YOU SAW MY BLUE 1966
Volkswagen damaged, Wednesday,
March 22, opposite Benton Parking
Lot, please call ext. 2811. (J (J---122-lt-p).
--122-lt-p). (J---122-lt-p).
CONGRATULATIONS J. S. F.
Man of the Year. O.R.G.Y. (J (J---122-lt-p).
--122-lt-p). (J---122-lt-p).
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO
summary program features Lan Language
guage Language Houses with total enviorn enviornment.
ment. enviornment. Regular housing available
also. Information 1441 Broadway,
Boulder, Colorado 30302. (J-122-
6t-c).
I, YVONNE DURELL, can show you
how to have fun and make money
too with Viviane Woodward Cos Cosmetics.
metics. Cosmetics. Phone after 5 p.m. 376-
0374. (J- 122-6 t-c).
We try harder. Join the Young
Republican Club. (J-121-2t-C)
services
EUROPE $325 ($295 if 50 student
quota is reached) Round Trip. Pan
Am jet, New York to London, leave
June 26, return Sept. 12. Open to
all Florida Students, faculty and
their families. Call Sam 378-5848.
(M-122- 3t-c).
BLUE LUSTRE not only rids car carpets
pets carpets of soil but leaves pile soft
and lofty. Rent electric shampooer
sl. Lowry Furniture Co. (M-122-
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Gator Groups Ready For Easter

By STEFANIE JARIUS
Alligator Societv Editor
DELTA DELTA DELTA
Congratulations to Tri-Delt
Kathy Hayes, new WSA president
and Jan Dickens, sophomore re representative-at-large.
presentative-at-large. representative-at-large.
Janet Martin was selected for
next years cheerleading squad;
Robin Lambie is an alternate.
SuzAnn Hull is a member of
the Phi-Delt sweetheart court.
ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY
Brothers of the Dale Mabry
squadron got together with Scab Scabbard
bard Scabbard and Blade, Angel Flight and
Army Sweethearts for a semi semiformal
formal semiformal dance last Saturday in lieu
of holding a Military Ball.
Brothers hosted a ski party
recently to get better acquainted
with Angel Flight cherubs.
The squadron will host the Ar Arnold
nold Arnold Air Societys national con conclave
clave conclave in Miami April 23-27. Jim
Simmons is national conclave
president.
Rick Thompson has been tapped
for Blue Key.
CHI OMEGA
Chi O held its Apple Polishing
banquet Tuesday for favorite
professors. The guests received
invitations in the shape of apples.
Shatzi Lappin is DUs new sweet sweetheart;
heart; sweetheart; Chi O president Gloria
Rish is Phi Taus sweetheart;
Susan White is on the sweetheart
court of Lambda Chi.
Pat Streetman is UFs Pan-Am
campus representative.
DELTA SIGMA PHI
Delta Sigs held parents' week weekend
end weekend this past week. The weekend
was topped off by a silent movie
party Saturday night.
White Carnation weekend is set
for March 31-April 1.
Final plans for the new house
are in. The house is scheduled
for completion by the beginning
of September.
KAPPA ALPHA THETA
Thetas teamed with Betas were
a winning combination, netting first
place in WUS Beauty and the Beast
contest.
Theta Man for 1967 is Larry
Bohanon, a Delt. Alison Connor is
5 a recipient of the Woodrow Wilson
Fellowship. Ruth Ann Hellwig is a
nominee for the Margaret Lea
scholarship award.
Suzi Vick is sponsored by Pike
in the Orange and Blue Queen
contest; Theta is sponsoring Sherri
Richards.
ALPHA DELTA PI
ADPis Peggy Bell is admin administrative
istrative administrative assistant to the vice
president of the student body;
Amanda Wright is secretary to the
Honor Court clerk; Sue Durham is
an artist for Coedikette; Kay Mel Melton
ton Melton is an honorary ATO Little
Sister.
Ann Mahan, a member of Angel
Flight, was given the Arnold Air
Society Angel of the Month
award. Jane Wanless has been
elected WSA treasurer.
Sig Ep pledge class chose Carol
Still as sweetheart; Cindy Cope
is on the Sigma Nu sweetheart
court; Sue Miller is on Delts
sweetheart court; Judy Neslerwill
represent ADPi in the Orange and
Blue beauty contest.

SIGMA PHI EPSILON
Sig Eps initiates are Mike Fer Ferguson,
guson, Ferguson, Gary Minor, Bill Pickers Pickersgill
gill Pickersgill and Jose Valdes.
Sig Ep won the IFC annual blood
drive by donating 117 pints of
blood.
Brothers got together with Tri-
Delts in a joint service project
this past weekend. They collected
and hauled away several trailer trailerloads
loads trailerloads of trash from Ichetucknee
Springs.
Sam, that great descendant of
Happy, wants to thank (in his own
way) everyone for throwing him
in the springs.
PHI SIGMA SIGMA
Phi Sigs installation at UF will
also include the installation of the
first chapter officers. Newly
elected officers are Jackie Jedel,
president; Susan Cohen, vice
president; Phyllis Schemer, re recording
cording recording secretary; Linda Stein Steinheimer,
heimer, Steinheimer, corresponding secretary;
Ellen Wolfson, treasurer; Irma
Rothenberg, pledge mistress.
Present pledges will be initiated
by their University of Miami big
sisters April 1.
Phi Sigs are the first chapter
to come to the UF and have a house
the first year they are installed.
Their house has been purchased
by the national chapter.

ALLIGATOR
SOCIETY

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I, The Florida Alligator, Friday, March 24, 1967

DELTA PHI EPSILON ALPHA EPSILON PHI

DPhiE weekend, planned and or organized
ganized organized by Puddin Levine was
March 10-11. Awards were: best
sister, Maureen Schwartz; best
sister-on-campus, Donna Berger;
best pledge, Laurie Gilbert; schol scholarship,
arship, scholarship, Maddie Levine and Bonnie
Ward; lady of the year, Abby Green.
Big brothers are Mark Berson,
Dick Bromberg and HarveySlavin.
Last Sunday was Founder's Day,
celebrated with a luncheon.
Gale Walley is exchange editor
of the Seminole.
ZETA PHI ETA
Zeta Phi Eta, national speech
arts honorary, will hold initiations
April 9.
v Kris Dempster has the role of
Ismene in the Florida Players
production of Antigone. Ruth
Ann Helwig has been nominated by
the Chapter for the Margaret Lee
Memorial Scholarship.
ALPHA GAMMA RHO
AGRs Pink Rose weekend in included
cluded included a banquet at the house and
dance at the Florida Farm Bureau.
A trip to Kingsley Lake and a
party at the house ended the week weekend.
end. weekend.
Shitley Pitts, 3ED, is the new
AGR sweetheart.
AGR was happy to receive the
Heart Fund Trophy for collecting
money for the Heart Fund Drive.
Its a trophy to be proud of.
ALPHA CHI OMEGA
Alpha Chis president Marilyn
Harrie was chosen as an alternate
for the 1967 cheerleading squad.
Alpha Chi pledges had a spag spaghetti
hetti spaghetti dinner Sunday to raise money
for a house project.

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WORK DAY -- Sig Ep Tim Mattlock doesnt
seem to mind the work when flanked by
such pretty helpers -- Bev Lytton and Susan
Parsons. Sig Ep and Tri-Delt spent the day
collecting and hauling away trash from Iche Ichetucknee
tucknee Ichetucknee Springs.

Working with TEP, AEPhi came
in second in the WUS drive.
Jana Feldman was again se selected
lected selected to cheer for UF on next
years cheerleading squad. Linda
Tarler and Jean Mamlin are
working for the Forums Board.
Congratulations to Natalie
Zadoff, just named to Phi Beta
Kappa.
PHI CHI THETA
Newly elected officers of Phi
Ch i Theta, national business businesswomens
womens businesswomens honorary, are Nancy
Leach, president; Joan Mecurio,
vice president; Peggy Long, re recording
cording recording secretary; Donna Hole Holevoet,
voet, Holevoet, corresponding secretary;
Dawne Stevenson, treasurer; Jane
Weaver, historian; Carolyn Gold Goldstein,
stein, Goldstein, pledge trainer; Barbara
Taylor, phone communications;
Fran Micka, publicity.
DELTA GAMMA
DGs were a popular choice last
week-end for fraternity sweet sweethearts
hearts sweethearts or as members of sweet sweetheart
heart sweetheart courts. Linda Sapp is Phi
Delt sweetheart; Connie Adams
was on her court; Adele Scalese
is on the DU sweetheart court;
Charlotte Biskup was chosen Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Sigs pledge class sweetheart.
Susie Wright was elected secre secretary
tary secretary of WSA. Becky Wright is an
alternate cheerleader for next
year; Jo Ann Langworthy was
elected Executive Commander of
Angel Flight.
Social events during the week in included
cluded included Anchor Man Dinner last
Tuesday which was given to honor
new Anchor Man, Jack Miller.

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
Lambda Chis Jack Carbone and
co-driver Tom Thoman finished
fourth in the Amoco car rally last
Saturday.
Pledges Dana Bradford and
Wayne Argo are members of Phi
Eta Sigma, freshman honorary.
Dale Beardsley is in Sigma Tau,
engineering honorary.
Brothers and Little Sisters will
have an egg hunt for Florida vet veterans
erans veterans children Sunday. Eggs will
be hidden in the lot behind the
house.
Congratulations to John OShea
for his honorable mention in the
Addison Publishing Poetry Contest
for his poem, Richard Corey,
the Rogue. Bill Bryant placed
third in the Florida Art exhibit
for his pop art work, The Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro Coffin.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON
Tekes won their second intra intramural
mural intramural trophy by winning the golf
finals. Dave Harmon and Bob Ste Stevens
vens Stevens teamed to beat KA by eight
strokes.
The race for the presidents
trophy is still close, with Teke
holding an edge over Fiji in the
running.
House elections were held Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, and president Ernie.
Haslam was re-elected for a sec second
ond second term. Other officers are Steve
Aptheker, vice president; David
Mosrie, pledge trainer; Hardy Pic Pickard,
kard, Pickard, treasurer; Paul Bizaillon,
historian; Dana Stuart, chaplain;
Stan Montgomery, secretary; C.J.
Morris, parliamentarian; Charlie
Cromer, steward.
A costume-ex change party is set
for tonight at the house.
PI LAMBDA PHI
Pi Lams officers for the fall
term are Dan Davis, president;
Ronald Gotlieb, vice president;
Nick Nicosia, treasurer; Harold
Cypress, marshall; Pat Tyler,
scribe; Alan Kan, historian; Frank
Carrieri, chaplain; Alan Soden,
pledgemaster.
Pi Lam got off to a good start
in Orange League softball by de defeating
feating defeating Pike, 7-3.

PHI KAPPA TAU
The Jesters climaxed Dream Dreamgirl
girl Dreamgirl weekend last week. The band
followed the alumni banquet at
the Holiday Inn. At the Dreamgirl
dance Gloria Rish was named this
years Dreamgirl.
,The Little Sisters of the Laurel
picked their big brothers, on Mon Monday.
day. Monday.
Phi Tau won the first two games
in softball early this week.
Pledge Bill Pritchard was cho chosen
sen chosen by the geology department to
lead the annual field trip to the
Green Swamp, a recharge area
near St. Petersburg.
SIGMA KAPPA
The Sigmas are proud to be in
the finals for intramural softball.
Pledge class officers for this
trimester are: Bonnie Stewart,
president; Terri Martarano, vice vicepresident;
president; vicepresident; Agatha Lyons, sec secretary;
retary; secretary; and Janice Hill, treasurer.
An Easter party will be given
at the Gainesville Nursing Home
for a gerentology project. Weekly,
Sigmas conduct a bingo game for
the people at the home.
PHI MU £
Phi Mus have been doing a lot
of singing lately with their Sigma
Chi, Fiji, and Sig Ep serenades.
Phi Mus recently had a dinner dinnersocial
social dinnersocial with Sigma Chi, and this
week an exchange dinner with DU.
A faculty dessert for professors
and their wives and a recent date
night have also filled the social
calendar.
Pledges have been presenting a
series of skits on sorority life and
etiquette each week at dinner.
Another pledge project is a spring
house cleaning project.
Cathy Lynn Dittmar is chairman
of the Orange and Blue Talent
Show on March 25.
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SIGMA CHI
Sigma Chis Skip Berg has been
tapped by Blue Key. Skip, 3BA,
is the 1967 orientation head.
Franklin Harrison is new pledge
trainer.
The happy pair salutes Buz Eth Etheredge,
eredge, Etheredge, Charles Sinoleny and Jim
Morgan.
Brother J. Wayne Reitz will be
honored with a day of tribute
April 1.
ZETA TAU ALPHA
Judy Rosenberger and Carol
Dorsey attended regional confer conference
ence conference for Zeta in Atlanta last week weekend.
end. weekend.
Judy Rosenberger is senior re representative
presentative representative for WSA; Sara Kutz
was elected WSA corresponding
secretary.
A dessert social was held Mon Monday
day Monday with Chi Omega.
KAPPA DELTA
KDs Carolyn Todd and Jean
Eagleson are on the Sigma Nu
sweetheart court; Patti Donahue
and Bette Clark are new Phi Tau
Little Sisters; Nancy Collier is on
the DU sweetheart court; Mary
Stewart is a member of Lambda
Chis sweetheart court; Donna
Campbell is KAs rose.
Congratulations to Debbie Mos Moschelle,
chelle, Moschelle, a new cheerleader for the
1967 squad.
KDs are preparing for a wes western-style
tern-style western-style weekend at Cowboy



By JERALDINE W. BROWN
Alligator Correspondent
The small dance room dimly lit and vleled with
smoke Is jammed with Negro men and women my
soul sisters and brothers.
A jazz organist, drummer, saxophone player and
vocalist give dancers the rhythm by which to booga boogaloo,
loo, boogaloo, barest and Philly dog.
Our mood is gay. .
We pop fingers, clap hands, pat feet anticipating
jazz and rock n roll selections to come.
Its Saturday night in colored town.
And, its a change. Yes, a change for me, a Negro
student at the University of Florida from the pre predominantly
dominantly predominantly white atmosphere of the campusacademic
week. Oh, the colored" town dance room may have
a half dozen white couples, but the atmosphere is
predominantly colored."
IM ONE OF ABOUT 53 BLACK FISH IN A
SCHOOL" WITH 18,000 GOLD FISH. MONDAY
THROUGH FRIDAY, WE BLACK FISH MANEUVER
WELL AND ARE ABLE TO KEEP UP WITH OUR
SCHOOL." BUT EACH WEEKEND, A FLOW OF
RIPPLING WAVES SWISH BY, LEAVING US BLACK
FISH SOCIALLY APART FROM THE GOLD FISH.
Every other Saturday night or so, my colorful
comrades and I swim away completely intoaclosed intoaclosedto-whites"
to-whites" intoaclosedto-whites" apartment party with only our school."
Why we do this, weve never discussed. It never
comes up. I truthfully dont know myself. Perhaps our
self-segregation may be a subconscious defense
mechanism.
Who knows? But the truth is, we thoroughly en enjoy
joy enjoy ourselves."
We arent bothered by white students, generally
considered lacking in dance rhythm, being at the
parties to watch usas white people do watch Ne Negroesas
groesas Negroesas performers. lather are we disturbed

CAR COSTS $4,500

College Racer Is Heading For Sebring

By LORI STEELE
Alligator Society Writer
Can a Florida man win his
share of fame and recognition
at Sebring next week?
Were ?oing to win. The heat
will probaoly be a big factor,
but we plan to go all out for four
hours," is the way David Houser,
3JM, looks at it.
He and his partner, Dave Sloyer
of Atlanta, have entered their Fiat-
Abarth in the FIA Group 5 Class,
which is for 850-1,000 cc's en engine
gine engine displacement. Vital statistics
of the Abarth include 1,000 cc's,
a top speed of 118 mph and the
fact that it can accelerate 1/4
mile in 14.2 seconds and get up to
89 mph.
Competing against other
Abarths, Saabs, Sunbeam Imps and
Austin Coopers, Houser is aiming
for $250 first place prize. But as aspirations
pirations aspirations are also held for the
SI,OOO Index of Performance, open
to all entries. Very simply ex explained,
plained, explained, this competition is won by
whoever exceeds his handicap po potential
tential potential which is previously determ determined.
ined. determined.
Houser is also entered in the
Florida Four Hour, one of the 11
endurance races scheduled in the
1967 Trans-American sedan
championship series. It is run in
conjunction with the Sebring
Hours of Endurance, one of the
worlds major endurance road
races.
Race strategy is simple. Houser
said, We will go all-out for four
hours. The Sebring heat will pro probably
bably probably be o' greatest problem, but
we cant je up and expect to
be in contention for the index of
performance award.
Difficult to obtain in the U.S.,
the Abarth is made by a small
company in Italy, whose primary
function is to take Fiats and make
them into racing cars. The two
partners bought their Fiat-Abarth
1,000 Berbina Corsa at the New
York Auto Show this past May,
for $4,500.
If the Abarth wins any prizes in
the Sebring bout, it wont be sur surprising.
prising. surprising.

Ur s Segregated Social World

With Sloyer driving (Houser was
busy in school), second place was
won in the 1967 national cham championship
pionship championship for the Class D sedan race
held in Riverside, California. First
place was also captured in the
Class D sedan of the 1966 south southeastern
eastern southeastern division of the Sports Car
Club of America.
Houser began racing a Jaguar
XK-120 in California in about 1962.
That year he was fifth in the
Pacific coast division final stand standings.
ings. standings.
I dont race to'prove anything*,
just to prove I have ability to do
something," he said.
The competitive urge, I
guess. . to assert manhood," he
laughingly added.
Houser also holds a SCCA
national license and is one of the
1,200 U.S. Formula Internationale
Association competition license
holders.
Wherever we go, we have
'craners who ask questions and

Heres The Fashion Word
For Short And Tall Girls

(UPI) The soldier's art at camouflage
now gets into the fashion act. Edith
Head, who's won seven academy awards
designing costumes for movie actresses,
says its the way to success for women
with figure salts.
Take, for example, the tiny woman
around five feet tall, Miss Head says.
Youve all known one of these adorable
little creatures who in her desire to
'grow wears high spike heels and very
tall hats.
She winds up looking like a midget
in somebody elses clothes."
In her new book, How To Dress For
Success," Miss Head offers this camou camouflage
flage camouflage tip for the shorties:-Instead of her
tall hat and stilt-like heels, she should
select fabrics that elongate her body
line. For instance, tweeds and woven fa fabrics,

A NEGRO SREAKS ABOUT

I (EDITORS NOTE: Jeraldine W. Brown is a Negro.
She has been at UF for four years and is a senior in
journalism. She is gregarious, and most everyone in
her college knows her. .but just on week days.)
mtm MWHMM mmmmmmmmmmmm
by white novelty-seekers, who observe our social
habits and report to their friends,l went to a
colored party and..."
Every so often, a junket to a Negro college
campus takes the place of the colored town*
visits and segregated parties.
I've gone to Tallahassee, Daytona Beach and
St. Petersburg. Others have traveled as far as
Atlanta and Nashville to be enveloped by the havens
of complete social acceptance, familiar faces and
funathletic games, fraternity parties, sorority rush
parties, dances...affairs that must surely be exactly
like those happening on the UF campus each week weekend.
end. weekend.
Only, of course, these happenings arent sepia sepiatinted.
tinted. sepiatinted.
I wouldn't enjoy the popular fraternity parties
on this campus. The fast, shrieking sounds of the
electric guitar dont fir the beat of the dances I
do. My group is beyond that. We were dancing the
jumping-fraternity party routines two years ago.
Besides, Im never invited.
Then, if I were invited, Pd be uncomfortable. I
wouldnt dance with a white fellow. A prejudice
imbedded in me from reading Negro history and
autobiographies stops me short of personal dance dancecontact.
contact. dancecontact.
Negro men aren't members of social fraternities
here. And, as far as that goes, neither am I a member
of a social sorority. Nor are my soulsisters.
None of us have tried to be. We are too proud.
We know we would be blackballed because our
year-round complexions are darker than a summer

are very Interested in racing and
in the drivers. I guess the glam glamour
our glamour and the glory attract them,"
he said.

Marriage Comes To Mind
When Spring Comes To Town

By JO ANN LANG WORTHY
Alligator Society Writer
Spring . and a normal young
coed's thoughts turn to marriage,
of course. And the modern girl
with marriage on her mind can
make her wedding fit her parti particular
cular particular personality type.
The romantic, for instance, will
choose the traditional church wed wedding.
ding. wedding. Preparations for the biggest
church wedding may take a full
year, and costs may total several
thousand dollars.

brics, fabrics, with diagonal or spiral patterns
lengthen the body; horizontal patterns
shorten it.
A tiny woman should not wear bold
patterns like oversized checks, stripes
or polka dots. Small dainty patterns are
for more in keeping with her size.
Miss Head goes to the next extreme,
the very tall woman, suggesting that these
women give up flat-heel shoes and flat
hats in the attempt to minimize their
height. Such accessories just exaggerate
the characteristic she hopes to disguise.
The fashion prescription for the tali
woman includes bold patterned tweeds,
large floral prints and bulky nubby wool woolens.
ens. woolens. The tall woman also should wear
chunky rather than dainty jewelry, me medium-shoes
dium-shoes medium-shoes rather than flats, two-piece
costumes rather than shifts.

Friday, March 24, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

tan from the Florida sun.
Movies arin with our crowd. So are bowling
and billiard games. Golf and tennis courses afford
us the opportunity to compete against each other.
So, we do. Occasionally, though, we go horseback
riding on Saturday mornings. During warm weather,
swimmingand sometimes SCUBA diving dominate
all social activities.
So, ths typical Florida weekend, which we are
told is one round of fraternity parties after another,
is a side of campus life completely unknown to us.
On Monday mornings, the separating waves are
calm again. And, <4he black and gold fish reunite
in school.
*******
But, the social life of a few Negroes on campus
is as different from mine and my friends as is
ours from our white friends.
They avoid 11 "colored town and frequent pre predominately
dominately predominately white social business establishments and
off-campus apartment parties.
They are the ones who reject and disassociate
themselves from all Negroes, not only the lower
social-economic group, but the middle class and their
. fellow students as well. They even attempt to dis disassociate
associate disassociate themselves from themselves(thai4nct that
they are black ).
Their associates are white. Their dates are white.
So, they want to be white. But even they despair. .
As long as our complexion is black and our hair
texture is different, we'll never be accepted, said
one. Just lookwe're clean, intelligent, and generally
compatible. But, we aren't fully accepted yet just
because we're black.
Hiey are the ones who have succumbed to the age ageold
old ageold teachings white is right, brown sticks around,
black stays in the back.
They are the ones who have problems of identi identification
fication identification which lead to steady visits to psychiatrists.

Though private and self-sup self-supporting,
porting, self-supporting, the partners have won
prize money from oil companies
for using their products. But as

Not only must Invitations be sent
by both the bride and groom, but
a number of breakfasts, dinners,
showers and teas must also be
planned. The reception after the
wedding may Include an orchestra,
and is usually held at the home
of the bride.
The weddlng itself is a climax
of preparation. Floral decorations
must be planned far in advance
and arrangements must be made
to reserve the church.
Probably the most characteris characteristic
tic characteristic element of any church wedding

far as Houser is concerned, it
doesn't amount to a hill of beans
since their yearly maintenance
amounts to about $5,000 a year.

is the bride's long white wedding
dress. The traditional material for
the dress is satin, though many
young brides choose tulle for their
gowns in a spring wedding. The
bride must also select her maid
of honor, bridesmaids, flower
girls, pages and a ring bearer.
Less romantic coeds may choose
an informal afternoon wedding,
which is often held in the brides
home. Preparations and costs are
considerably less and this type of
wedding may exclude bridesmaids.
The bride is maybe married in a
tailored suit or Sunday dress, and
a reception may or may not be
included.
The most care-free coeds may
not want to bother with the for formalities
malities formalities of a planned wedding.
These may choose Instead to take
advantage of South Carolina's
southern hospitality" towards li liberal
beral liberal marriage laws. Main costs
in this case would be the gas
needed to get there and the wed wedding
ding wedding license. No prior preparation
Is necessary, though a few wit witnesses
nesses witnesses should be picked up along
the way.
A recent addition to wedding
formats arose from the demands
of the beat generation. Marriages
for the most liberal minded co coeds
eds coeds have taken place in the Pub,
a local eating establishment. A
license can be obtained from the
court house downtown after a three
day waiting period. Both students
must be 21 to marry without pa parental
rental parental consent. The marriage can
be performed by any legally li licensed
censed licensed person, the ceremony can
take place in the Pub, or any
other chosen locale.

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Friday, March 24
Union Board Orange and Blue Committee: Soap Soapbox
box Soapbox Derby, apply 315 Union, deadline Friday,
March 24, 5 p.m.
Chess Club, 215 Uniin, 7 p.m.
Movie: Mirage, MSB Aud., 7&9:10 p.m.
Dance: Hume Hawaiian, Hume Lobby, 8 p.m.
Good Friday Concert: Univ. Choral Union, Univ.
Aud., 8:15 p.m.
Saturday, March 25
Green Gator Fencing Festival, Fla. Gym.
UF Dames: Easter Egg Hunt, Univ. Womens Club,
2 p.m.
Lutheran Student Association: all night party for UF
students, at the center, after Saturday evening
service
Movie: Viva Las Vegas, MBS Aud., 7&9 p.m.
Dollars for Scholars: Orange and Blue Game, Fla.
Field, 8 p.m.

GATOR SAILING CLUB: Interested in learning
how to sail? If so, meet in front of the Florida Union,
Saturday, March 25, 10:30 a.m. Informal training
at Lake Wauberg will follow.
EUROPE 67: There will be a meeting of all
students, etc., interested in working or touring in
Europe this summer, Tuesday, March 28, 4 p.m.,
in room 212 of The Florida Union. Representatives
from ASIS and American Students Abroad will be
there to discuss their programs.

STUDENT FINANCIAL AID: Interviews for student
financial aid will be held in Building E, Room 124,
for the following: applicants who filed between Nov.
I, 1966, and Feb. 28, 1967, for aids including Econo Economic
mic Economic Opportunity Grants, National Defense Loans,
Guaranteed Bank Loans, United Student Aid Fund
Loans, Florida Scholarship Loans, University of
Florida Long-Term Loans and Employment, either
Departmental or the College Work Study Program.
Students whose last names begin with: (A-B) re report
port report Monday, March 27; (C) report Tuesday, March
28; (D-E-F) report Wednesday, March 29; (H) re report
port report Thursday, March 30; (G) report Friday morning,
March 31; 0-J-K) report Monday, April 3; (L) re report
port report Tuesday, April 4; (M) report Wednesday, April
5; (N-O-P) report Thursday, April 6; (Q-R) report
Friday morning, April 7; (S) report Monday, April
10; (T-U-V-X-Y-Z) report Tuesday, April 11; and
(W) report Wednesday, April 12. The scholarship
portions of the applications have been forwarded to
members of the Student Financial Aid Committee
of the colleges indicated for next September pro provided
vided provided the applications were complete and last tri trimesters
mesters trimesters average was above 3.00. The applications
will be evaluated and returned to the Student Fin Financial
ancial Financial Aid Office. The College Committee members
are as follows: AgricultureProf. E. L. Fouts;
Architecture & Fine ArtsAssistant Dean Joseph
J. Sabatella; Arts & SciencesDr. A. C. Morris;
Business Administration--Assistant Dean G. R.Sims;
EducationProf. J. H. Moorman; Engineering Dean
E. W. Jacunski; ForestryProf. P. W. Frazer;
Health Related ProfessionsAssistant Dean O. B.
Thomason; Journalism & Communications Director
Rae O. Weimer; Nursing--Miss Jennet M. Wilson;
PharmacyMr. C. S. Haupt; Physical Education-
Prof. B, K. Stevens, and University CollegeProf.
P. D. Stryker.

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
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GENERAL NOTICES

ADMINISTRATIVE NOTICES

PLACEMENT NOTICES

!, The Florida Alligator, Friday, March 24, 1967

Sunday, March 26
Green Gator Fencing Festival, Fla. Gyro.
Union Board: Duplicate Bridge, 215 Union, 1:30 p.m.
Monday, March 27
ASME meeting: Mr. Steve Melvin, Development of
Nickel-Cadmium Batteries, 273 E&I, 7 p.m.
Forums Committee, 123 Union, 7 p.m.
Union Board: Dance lessons, Union Social room,
7:15 p.m.
American Society of Civil Engineers: Professor
Byron Prugh, De-Watering of a Missle Base
in the South Pacific, 207 Eng., 7:30 p.m.
Music Dept. & ROTC: Army Field Band, Univ.
Aud., 8 p.m.
FLORIDA UNION BOX OFFICE: Tickets now on
sale for Glenn Yarbrough and the Bach Aria Group,
Faculty and Staff SI.OO, General Admission $2.00.

FLORIDA UNION SPONSORED TRIPS: Puerto Rico
and Virgin Islands, April 22-28; San Juan, St. Tho Thomas
mas Thomas and St. Croix (freeports). Contact Florida Union
315, Ext. 2741 for information.
UNION BOARD COMMITTEES: Applications are now
being considered for dance, recreation, fine arts,
orange and blue week, hostess, international, films
and public relations committees. Apply in room 315
Florida Union.

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.
VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SCHOLARSHIPS:
Scholarship students with priviledged registration
may pick up their registration authorizations for
fees at the Vocational Rehabilitation Office, 717
SW 4th Ave., anytime during regular business hours,
Friday, March 24.
STATE NURSING SCHOLARSHIP LOAN HOLDERS:
Scholarship funds are now available for the Winter
Trimester, 1966-67, Scholarship Section, Student Ser Service
vice 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 Depository
at the east end of the Student 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 CASHPLEASE).
Your validated CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION
will be mailed to the address you print on the Certi Certificate.
ficate. 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.

August grads unless otherwise indicated, vindicates
hiring juniors for summer employment.)
MARCH 24: CLEARWATER FINISHING PLANT
Chem. IE.

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North Central Hapti't C hurch
404 N W i4*m AVE
Gainesville. Florida
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N. B. Langford, Jr.
Pastor
First Lutheran
Church
Worship Sunday, 10 am
Wednesday, 7 pm
Bible Study Sunday, 9 am
Fellowship
j Sunday Supper G pm
Student Center & Church
1801 NW sth Avenue
United Church
Os Gainesville
(Congregational E & R)
Meeting at Presbyterian Univer University
sity University Center, 1402 W. Univ. Ave.
Worship 9:45 a.m.
Coffee Break 10:45 a.m.
Seminars 10:55 a.m.
For information, phone 378-3500
St. Augustine Chapel
CATHOLIC STUDENT CENTER
1788 W. University Avenue
Mass Schedule:
Sunday Masses 9:30, 11:00 a.m.
and 5:15 p.m.
Daily Masses 11:00 a.m. and
5:15 p.m.
Confessions 5 p.m. Tues.,
Thurs., and Fri.
Hillel Foundation
16 N.W. 18th Street
March 28 4 p.m. Mr. Tooch
will speak concerning careers
in Israel.
Friday Services 7:30 P.M.
Saturday Services 10:00 A.M.
Sunday Brunch 10:00 A.M.

RELIGIOUS NEWS

An Easter vigil will begin after
the Saturday evening church ser service
vice service in the sanctuary of the Uni University
versity University Lutheran Church. Students,
regardless of religious or non nonreligious
religious nonreligious affiliation, are invited to
bring dates, blankets, guitars, and
whatever.
Easter services at the First
Lutheran Church will be held as
follows: Good Friday Service, 7:45

Assembly
Os God
Morris Hyatt, Pastor
9:45 Sunday School.
11:00 Morning Worship
7:00 Evening Worship
Wed. 7:30 Prayer Meeting
Fri. 7:00 Christ Ambassadors
For Transportation, 376-4855
Westside Baptist
Church
4039 Newberry Road
Jack A. Shaw, Pastor
Sunday School 9:45 am
Morning Worship 11:00 am
Training Union 6:15 pm
Evening Worship 7:30 pm
Wednesday 7:15 pm
WELCOME
<3[irt
(Lfjurdj
-125 W. University Ave.
Free Bus Transportation
Schedule Posted in Dorms
Holy Trinity
Episopal Church
8 am Holy Communion
9:30 Morning Prayer
Sermon Church School
11:00 Morning Prayer
Sermon
(First Sundays, Holy
Communion all 3 services)
Methodist-fresbyterian
University Avenue at 14th Street
FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT
Open House at Wesley
SUNDAY
10 A.M. Student Seminar
(Wesley Foundation)
6 P.M. Student Supper and
Forum (Presbyterian Center)
TUESDAY
12:15 P.M. Sandwich Seminar.
Blow 25£ and make your own.
(Wesley Foundation)
THURSDAY
7:15 P.M. Existentialism Semi Seminar
nar Seminar (Apt. #2 Colonial Manor)
9:30 P.M. Holy Communion
(Wesley Chapel)
Prayer Meeting 5:00 Tues.
and Thurs. BSU Prayer Room.

p.m. and Easter Sunday Services,
8 a.m. and 10 a.m. All students
and visitors are welcome.
The Southwest Methodist Church
invites the public to all activi activities
ties activities in its new location located half halfway
way halfway between US 441 and 1-75 on
Williston Road. Church school is
at 9:45 a.m., worship at 11 a.m.
Nursery is provided.



Gator Track Team Faces
Biggest Meet This Year

The largest field in history wit
possibly the best performances
ever will appear on the Florida
Track Field Saturday for the 24th
Annual Florida Relays.
A total of 174 schools and 1,840
entries will compete in the event
which begins at 9 a.m. and con continues
tinues continues until 6 p.m.
There will be several new teams
in the university class this year.
They are: Dartmouth, Yale, Cor Cornell,
nell, Cornell, Fordham, Carson-Newman,
Tulane, Eastern Kentucky, Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky State, Harding College, Penn
State.
Regulars who will be back are:
N.C. State, VMI, Southern Illin Illinois,
ois, Illinois, Clemson, Louisiana Tech, Fla.
A and M, Maryland, Ga. Tech,
Rochester, Alabama, Baptist Col College,
lege, College, Baldwin Wallace, Virginia,
Duke,Middle Tennessee, East Ten Tennessee,

Gator Tennis Team
Beats 66 SEC Champs

The UF tennis team shot its
winning streak to seven with a
5-4 victory over defending SEC
champion Tennessee Wednesday.
Coach Bill Potter said his squad
looked sharp in the pressure-
Top Fencers
Visit Green
UF Festival
The Second Annual Green Gator
Festival, a contingent of the Eas Eastern
tern Eastern United States best fencers,
will start Saturday morning at 10
oclock inside Florida gym.
The tournament is expected to
draw about 30 of the Easts top
fencers.
Competition will be in the Mens
Epee and Saber Saturday and Mens
and Womens Foil Sunday.
Among the noted participants
will be Ron McMahan from the
University of Pennsylvania, Epee
Champion from the Ivy League
colleges.
There will also be fencers from
Canada and all of last years title titleholders
holders titleholders will be back to defend their
crowns.
Blue Vs.
O range
Saturday
Who is the next Gator quarter quarterback?
back? quarterback?
The first of two Orange and Blue
football games will kick off this
Saturday under the lights at 8 p.m.
Coach Ray Graves had divided
the Gator team into two seperate
units that will battle for the bene benefit
fit benefit of Dollars for Scholars.
Admission to the contest will
cost $1 per student with the U.S.
Government paying the other nine.
Gate three will open at 7:30 p.m.
Os the 44 players listed as the
top two offensive and defensive
teams on the opening day of spring
drills, 13 are gone for the spring,
five have missed at least 10 days
and tight end Jim Yarbrough is
playing with a cast on his arm.
Harmon Wages is definitely out,
but Larry Rentz and Jackie Eck Eckdahi
dahi Eckdahi will suit up to play on op opposite
posite opposite sides to give Gator fans
a chance to pick their choice for
next years quarterback.

nessee, Tennessee, Auburn, Furman, Florida,
Florida State, Georgia, Tennes Tennessee,
see, Tennessee, South and North Carolina.
The top competitors in each
event are:
120 High Hurdles--Richmond
Flowers, now attending Tennessee,
returns after setting a National
High School record in this event
in 1965 as a senior.
100-yard dashRobert Revere
of E. Tennessee State has the
best time(9.4). He placed sth in
the NCAA in 1966.
440 Int. Hurdles David Adkins
returns to defend his champion championship
ship championship from 1966. He will receive
tough competition from Gator Scott
Hager who placed 6th in the NCAA
in 1966.
2 mile runOlympian Oscar
Moore, the meets outstanding per performer

packed match.
It was a real good win, the
coach said. We beat a very good
team.
Armi Neely and Jamie Pressly
disposed of their respective sing singles
les singles opponents by identical 6-3,
6-4 margins. Neely defeated na nationally-ranked
tionally-ranked nationally-ranked Lenny Schloss and
Pressly downed a former ranked
player.
But it was the number-two dou doubles
bles doubles team of Pressly and Greg
HU ley which saved the win.
Pressly and Hllley pulled out
a 10-8 clutch victory in their se second
cond second set, which proved the dif difference.
ference. difference.
The Gators take on Kalamazoo
College on the home court today
at 2:30.
Wednesday's results:
SINGLESArmi Neely (Fla.)
defeated Lenny Schloss 6-3, 6-4.
Jamie Pressly (Fla.) d. Bob Stock
6- 6-4. Tom Mozur (Tenn.) d.
Greg Hilley 6-3, 6-1. Steve Bee Beeland
land Beeland (Fla.) d. Richard Dow 4-6,
7- 6-3. Bill Monan (Tenn.) d.
Hank Veno 1-6,6- 1, 8-6. Lee Steele
(Fla.) d. Leonard Scheurman 6-2,
6-3.
DOUBLES Mozur and Schloss
d. Neely and Beeland 6-3, 6-2.
Pressly and Hllley d. Stock and
Mohan 6-4, 10-8. Dow and Scheur Scheurman
man Scheurman d. Veno and Steele 6-4, 7-9,
6-4.

TD BOMB -- Jackie Eckdahl drops back to throw a TD pass during practice for Saturdays
Orange anci Blue Game.

former performer in 1966, returns to defend
his crown. Since his performance
here he has posted the third fastest
three miles ever run indoors and
placed third in the NCAA indoor
2-mile with a time of 8:38.1.
2 mile relay--Fordham is fly flying
ing flying its team in just for this re relay,,
lay,, relay,, It placed fifth in the NCAA
meet.
Distance Medley Relay De Defending
fending Defending champion Southern Illinois
brings a better team back this
year with Oscar Moore still an anchoring.
choring. anchoring.
Mile Relay -- Southern Illinois
has won two years in a row and
is still the top contender.
Sprint Medley Relay 220,440,880
--Suffice it to say that Tennessee
is tops in this event too.
FIELD EVENTS:
ShotUFs John Morton seems
to be the leading contender after
placing third in the NCAA Indoor
championship.
DiscusArt Swarts of South Ca Carolina
rolina Carolina is the defending champion
and record holder at 182 91/2.
John Morton of Florida has thrown
1854 this year and is a great
threat to Swarts.
Javelin Tennessee brings Ge George
orge George Moschis, who last year rank ranked
ed ranked first in the nation as a fresh freshman
man freshman with a toss of 248.
Pole VaultTom Christopher of
Auburn and John Linta of Kent
State have the top heights with
15*6 and 158.
High jump Kenneth Brown
of Florida A and M has the best
jump with a height of 6*10. Gator
Frank Saier is a top competitor.

Soapbox
Today

Only four cars have been entered
in the Orange and Blue soapbox
derby race down Medical Center
hill set for April 2.
Today is the last day to enter.
Student Body President Charles
Shepherd, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Al Alpha
pha Alpha Tau Omega, and Sigma Phi
Epsilon have all entered cars.
Blue Key has yet to sign up an
entry. No sorority or girls dorm
has entered in the Powder-Puff
division.
Any individual or group may
sign up for the race in room 315
of the Florida Union before 5 p.m.

Friday, March 24, J9G7, The Florida Allitrator

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BIG JUMP -- Frank Saier will attempt to
set another UF record in the Florida Re Relays
lays Relays Saturday when he goes for the seven
foot mark*

MEET TULANE TODAY

Gators Rip Dogs

By 808 PADECKY
Assistant Sports Editor
Florida erupted for four runs
in the fourth inning and rode the
uprising to hand Georgia a 6-2
SEC setback Thursday afternoon
at Perry Field.
UF received another well-tuned
pitching performance from Kelly
Prior, and although it was nothing
like his last time out, Prior got
the job done.
The last time Prior pitched
was last Saturday against Auburn,
striking out 17 Tigers for a school
record. Thursday he fanned just
seven and surrendered 10 hits.
Meanwhile his mates tallied four
times in the fourth to give the
big righthander all the runs he
needed. Georgia pitcher, Ray Mc-
Daniel walked the first thr£e bat batters,
ters, batters, Terry Stroemer, Ed Gross
and Joe Bekeris to load the bases
with nobody out.
Then the coaches' son, Dave
Fuller, delivered a single down

the left field line that eluded the
grasp of Don Gilbert. Stroemer
and Gross scored almost step stepin-step
in-step stepin-step on the hit as Bekeris moved
to third. Prior then tommahawked
a blooper into short right which
Bulldog second baseman Frank
Saine dropped, and Bekeris scored
easily.
The Dogs scored once in the fifth
to narrow the gap to 4-1. But
the Gators scored twice more, once
in the sixth and one time in the
seventh.
Fuller got his second single of
the game in the sixth and Danny
Orr ran for him. Then Richard
Trapp poled a double to the left
center field fence and Orr sprinted
all the way home. Bekeris tapped
a sacrifice fly in the seventh to
scored Jack Frake from third
with the Gators' sixth run.
Florida, now 11-2 overall and
5-1 in the SEC, hosts a pair
of non-conference bouts with Tu Tulane,
lane, Tulane, this afternoon at 3 o'clock
and tomorrow at 2.

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