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OVER QUESTIONABLE TIAA INSURANCE

Administrators Could Face Jail Terms

(Copyright 1967, The Florida Alligator)
Bv HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Staff Writer
UF President J. Wayne Reitz and se several
veral several other high University officials may
face a possible six-month jail sentence
and SI,OOO fine because State law has
made it impossible for them to deal
with a nationally recognized non-profit
insurance company on an unquestionably

The Florida Alligator

Vol. 59. No. 128

Budget Like Racing Sebring Lap

Alligator Art by Bob Menaker
Red Tape Surrounding
UF Budget Pretty Thick

(EDITORS NOTE: The biennial budget
is the source of 90 per cent of the oper operating
ating operating funds of the UF and other higher
education institutions in Florida. In this
five-part series, Alligator Editorial Edi Editor
tor Editor Andy Moor explores the budgeting
procedures, the history behind them,
whats happened to the 1967-69 proposal
thus far and the fate of higher education
in the hands of the new legislature.
Todays first part deals with the compli complicated
cated complicated appropriations procedures.)
By ANDY MOOR
Alligator Editorial Editor
When you enter a discussion on UFs
biennial budget, youd better be prepared
for a long-winded session.
Ten steps of review now are required
between inception of the biennial budget
and actual bperation. Funds can be cut
or reallocated anywhere along the line.
By the time the individual UF department
receives its operating funds, it may not
even be able to recognize the figures.
Waiting in line to take a whack are the

University of Florida, Gainesville

legal basis.
The insurance company in question is
TIAA (Teachers Insurance and Annuity
Association of America). TIAA is re recognized
cognized recognized in all 50 states--except Florida--
as a non-profit organization. The federal
government under section 501.C3 of its
Internal Revenue Code recognizes TIAA

Board of Regents, Cabinet-Budget Com Commission
mission Commission and Legislature.
In short, the red tape is pretty thick.
The appropriations procedure begins
more than a year before the Legislature
makes its actual appropriations. It starts,
as almost every other budgetary item in
state finance, from the bottom.
The bottom in the case of the University
is the individual staff or faculty member.
He must tell his department head of his
anticipated needs for the next two years.
The department head must take this and
other existing conditions into account
before making a general recommendation
to the University Budget Committee.
Each department head is forced to think
far into the future since he must forsee
needs for two years, thanks to Floridas
tradition of a once-every-two years
Legislature.
The University Budget Committee
comprised of the president, vice presi president,
dent, president, vice president for academic affairs,
business manager and three representa representa(SEE
(SEE representa(SEE RED PAGE 4)

Monday April 3, 1967

Beloic its final approval, UFs bien biennial
nial biennial budget takes as many turns as one
lap around the Sebring Race Course.
It may be cut, altered or reallocated
anywhere along the way before it gets a
final checkered flag of approval. This
diagram of the Sebring course indicates
all the curves and turns required.
1- At the Start, the individual UF
Department makes up a list of expected
expenditures for the upcoming biennium
for submission to the University Budget
Committee.
2 Into the first turn, the Univer University
sity University Budget Comlttee makes up a general
budget for Board of Regents approval.
3 A mild bend. Board of Regents
give approval of some figure and send
it back to the UF Budget Committee
for makeup of a line item budget.
4 After consulting with department
heads again, the UF Budget Committee
makes up the line item budget from the
figure given it by the Regents. It is then
resubmitted.
5 Around a Steep Curve it goes through
the Regents for approval of line items.
6- Before hitting the first straight
away, the Cabinet-Budget Commission
gets its first look at the budget and makes
its recommendations on it to the Le Legislature,
gislature, Legislature, which can do what it wants
with all thats been done thus far. It
appropriates what funds it wants the UF
to get and thats that.
8 Our first turn on the way back
is the Budget Commission, which pre presumably
sumably presumably will allocate the Legislatures
appropriation. It doesnt have to abide
by it, however.
9 Around the bend waiting is the
Board of Regents which takes the al allocation
location allocation of the Budget Commission and
doles it out to the specific institutions.
10 Before the long straightaway, the
University Budget Committee gets its first
look at the actual budget and must pre prepare
pare prepare a new itemization assuming the ori original
ginal original proposal was cut.
11 A 90-degree turn here takes it
back to the Regents for its final ap approval.
proval. approval.
12 Before entering the final U-turn,
the Budget Commission has to give its
final approval of the new line item.
13 Funds allocated and ready for
operation.
Whats Inside
Homecoming Head Named Page 2
How To Succeed Review.... Page 3
Constitution Commission Page 4
Organized Crime Hit Page 4
Ferguson Cites Needs Page 5
Is UF Really Hip? Page 6
Letters, We Get Letters Page 7
Blue Gets Orange Juice Page 11

as a non-profit agency. The IRS exempts
TIAA from paying federal income tax
because, in the words of TIAAs Assis Assistant
tant Assistant Vice President Wilfred Wilson, The
Treasury Department has held that as
an arm of higher education it (TIAA)
should be tax exempt like a university.
Nevertheless, under Florida law, the
company is probably illegal. Furthermore,
persons who deal with TIAA are likely

subject to relatively severe legal
prosecution; because TIAA refuses
to pay the taxes Florida demands
of it. nnUke other states whlchcon whlchconsider
sider whlchconsider TIAA non-profit and there therefore
fore therefore tax exampt.
Section 626.0500 of the Florida
Statutes, which deals with the ques question
tion question of aiding unauthorized insur insurance
ance insurance companies states: (1) No
person shall in this state directly
or indirectly act as an agent for,
or otherwise represent or aid on
behalf of another, any insurer not
then authorized to transact such in insurance
surance insurance in this state, in the soli solicitation,
citation, solicitation, negotiation, procurement
or effectuation of insurance or an annuity
nuity annuity contracts, or renewals there thereof,
of, thereof, or in the dissemination of in information
formation information as to coverage, or rates,
or forwarding of applications, or
delivery of policies or contracts,
or inspection of risks, or fixing
of rates, or investigation or ad adjustment
justment adjustment of claims or losses, or
collection of forwarding premiums
or in any other manner represent
or assist such an insurer in the
transaction of insurance with re respect
spect respect to subjects of insurance re resident,
sident, resident, located or to be performed
in this state
\
Nevertheless, physicians at the
UFs J. Mills Miller Health Cen Center
ter Center are now covered by the or organization
ganization organization known as TIAA. Under
the Florida Statutes it would ap appear
pear appear this is a violation of the law.
Doctors entered into agree agreement
ment agreement with TIAA, Reitz told the
Alligator Wednesday. It wasnt a
(SEE ADMINISTRATORS
PAGE 4)
Faculty Senate
Votes Support
To SAC
By JUDY REDFERN
Alligator Staff Writer
After considering the proposed
general policies, the Faculty Sen Senate
ate Senate resolved Thursday to support
and encourage the direction of the
Student Affairs Com mlttees OS AC)
has taken.
The proposed student conduct
statement was not acted on as
such, but was presented to the
Senate by SAC Chairman Max
Tyler. The Senate discussed the
statement but did not specifically
endorse the document.
The Senate in effect voted for
a motion that expresses the Sen Senates
ates Senates awareness of discussions that
have been going on and en encourages
courages encourages the committee to con continue,
tinue, continue, a Senate member said
Sunday.
The Senate is composed of deans,
full professors and 50 elected as assistant
sistant assistant and associate professors.
According to Tyler, the state statement
ment statement is only the first step toward
a code of conduct.
There is much more work to
be done and we are now in a
position to act on the details of a
code, since we have the Senates
approval, Tyler said.
Tyler said he was very, very
f
(SEE SENATE PAGE 2)



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!, The Florida Alligator. Monday, April 3, 1967

Senate
pleased by the Senates action.
The policy statement presented
to the Senate calls for the for formation
mation formation of two bodies, one to formu formulate
late formulate codes of conduct and the other
to conduct hearings and reccom reccomm
m reccomm end penalties for accused stu students.
dents. students.
It states that the University may
exercise control over activities
prejudicial to the academic func functions
tions functions or reputation of the univer university
sity university community, provided a clear
statement of such proscribed acti activities
vities activities shall be made available to
all members.
Three SAC subcommittees are
working on a proposed code of
conduct, the chairman said. Emily
MacLachlan, assistant professor
of social sciences; Dr. Ernest
Bartley, professor of political sci science,
ence, science, and Assistant Dean of Health
and Physical Education Spurgeon
Cherry heads the subcommittees.
Subcommittees would continue to
meet, Tyler said, but the date of
the next SAC meeting has not been
set. He said the SAC would meet
after the beginning of the next tri trimester.
mester. trimester.
As it stands now, the general
policy statement is not enacted
into the statutes -- nor is it the
preamble to a code of conduct.
It is very likely that what is
slated in the final policy state statement
ment statement will depend in part on the
details of the code the final
statement may be slightly differ different,
ent, different, Tyler said.

McC ollum Named HC Chairman

William (Bill) McCollum, (4LW)
has been appointed as general
chairman of Homecoming 67,
Charles Edwards, president of
Florida Blue Key, announced
Thursday.
McCollum, from Brooksville,
will supervise the entire program
of activities for Homecoming,
which is presented by Blue Key.
McCollum is currently vice pre president
sident president of Florida Blue Key, and
is past president of the Florida

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AFTRA Strike Still On;
2 More Walkouts Imminent

From Combined UPI Reports
Viewers were forced to watch repeat of the Ed
Sullivan Show Sunday night as the American Fe Federation
deration Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA)
strike entered its fifth day.
At the same time, two more unions apparently
have authorized their members to strike.
The Teamsters Union began tabulations Sunday
of what appeared to be an overwhelming vote to
authorize a strike against 1,5000 U.S. trucking
firms if negotiators cannot work out a new con contract.
tract. contract.
The union has threatened a selective strike,

Defamation Suits Are Filed
Against Killeen By Whites

By STEVE HULL
Alligator Executive Editor
UF Director of Student Publi Publications
cations Publications King D. White and his wife
have filed defamation of charac character
ter character suits against off-campus hum or
magazine The Charlatan and its
editui Bill Killeen.
The suit was filed Thursday in
the Gainesville Circuit Court by
James Tomlison, attorney for the
Whites.
White and his wife Evelyn have
filed separate suits each totaling
SI,OOO minimum. The suits stem
r from a series of jokes in the

Union Board and the Circle K
Club. He is the past chairman and
co-host of the Blue Key sponsored
Second 100 television program.
I feel Bill is very well re respected
spected respected by everyone who has work worked
ed worked with him in the past, Ed Edwards
wards Edwards said, and I am confident
that he will do an outstanding job
as chairman of Homecoming 67.
Announcements of further ap appointments
pointments appointments will be made during the
spring trimester.

January issue of the Charlatan
which centered around White and
his responsibility as director of
UF student publications.
The suit claims Killeen mali maliciously,
ciously, maliciously, falsely and unlawfully pub published
lished published false scandalous, malicious
and defamatory charges about the
Whites in the magazine.
The jokes and cuts humiliated
and injured the reputation of White
and his wife the suit alleges.
Killeen when contacted Sunday
said he believes the law suit is
conceived and financed by the uni university
versity university in an effort to destroy the
Charlatan.
White denies that the suit is
any affair of the university.
I am completely filing the suit
at my own accord, White said.
Its my own personal suit.
No trial date has been set but
according to White the trial will
be sometime in April.

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staging walkouts only at certain firms. The truckers
have said they will shut down and lock out 200,000
employes of the teamsters try this.
The union is demanding a 56-cent-an-hour wage
increase while the truckers have offered 37 cents.
A spokesman for the truckers estimated this leaves
the two groups a little over S6OO million apart
on wages and fringe benefits.
In New York, members of two more newspaper
unions authorized strikes against five New York
City papers as the Printers Union pressed its
campaign of unofficial work stoppage at the Daily
News.

Memorial Book Fund
Joseph Udevich, graduate stu student
dent student in School of Education, died
suddenly in Rockville, Md. March
23. Those friends interested in
contributing to a memorial book
fund in Montgomery County, Md. f
in his name may do so through
David Britton, 130 S.E. 25th Terr.

SUMMER EMPLOYMENT
Are You Money nungry? Do You Like Girls?
Interviews Wed. April sth
If you con answer YES to BOTH of these questions and aren't afraid of a
commission sales job, it will pay you to contact Mr. Mayberry at your
JOB PLACEMENT OFFICE. Consider these facts:
Students last year earned $4.00 to SIO.OO hourly.
4 students won a 4 day Bahama Cruise for TWO.
All won a 3 day weekend at the Fontainbleau Hotel, Miami Beach.
Training and equipment furnished FREE.
Keep your job all year round wherever you go.
Career possibilities. Make $25,000,000 in your first year.
Your job will consist of contacting single girls your own age and inter interesting
esting interesting them in collecting hope chest items through a monthly club savings
plan.

Air Force
Planning For
Convention
Some 2,000 Air Force ROTC
cadets will converge on Miami
April 24-27 as guest of UFs Dale
Mabry Squadron of the Arnold Air
Society.
The occasion: The societys 19th
annual national conclave.
Coming from throughout the na nation,
tion, nation, the 177 detachments of Air
force ROTC cadets and Angel
Flight members will participate in
a four-day program of business
meetings, tours, banquets and so social
cial social events.
The Dale Mabry Squadron won
the nomination to host the con convention
vention convention at the 1966 conclave in
Dallas.
We have been planning since
then, says Cadet Col. James D.
Simmons, commander of the Dale
Mabry Squadron.



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'How To Succeed
Fun-Filled Romp

By DON FEDERMAN
Alligator Columnist
One cant argue with success,
and the Plazas How To Succeed
In Business Without Really Try Trying
ing Trying is a good example of cine cinematizing
matizing cinematizing a proven formula. The
Abe Burrows spoof on making it
big in the corporate world through
ploymanship has changed little in
the hands of David Swift, and the
result is one poor director but
one very entertaining evening of
fun and song.
Quite literally one feels like he
is watching a Broadway show with
the shows original cast and em emphasis
phasis emphasis on elaborate song and dance
routines. The songs (two are mis missing),
sing), missing), though, are dull, melodiously
speaking, but crisply choreogra choreographed,
phed, choreographed, particularly A Secretary Is
Not a Toy." Robert Morse turns
in a glittering performance as a
fawning ham of a young executive.
Michele Lee, in the shows tough toughest
est toughest role as the secretary faithful
through thick and thin, is equally
adept. But the real show stealer
is Maureen Arthurs dumb secre secretary
tary secretary and mistress of the boss.
You would pay more than eight
bucks for the stage performance
in New York; you pay no more
than $1.25 at the Plaza. So you
may not get Broadway, but you must
admit that a good second is a
bargain.
At the Center is Quines version
of Kopits Oh Dad, Poor Dad,"
another comedy but deliberately
so, for if it were not for this em-
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phasis, the evening at the Center
would have been a most depres depressing
sing depressing experience, particularly xor
married men.
As it is, the movie leaves one
ambivalent, but certainly not as
disgusted as the New York crit critics
ics critics were. Anyway, for what I am
about to say pertaining to Mrs.
Rosepetals momism, please
forgive me Emily MacLachlan.
A
The movie is about the terror
of motherly love and the Innocence
If attempts to maintain in an
otherwise sordid world. The inno innocents
cents innocents are a possessive, tyrannic
mom and her emasculated son,
incapable of asserting his vir virility
ility virility or curiosity with the world,
except as it exists in childrens
books, stamps, and through tele telescopes.
scopes. telescopes. The corrupted and lost in innocents
nocents innocents are one aging, lecherous
sea captain and a young hotel
babysitter* nymphomaniac. Both
desire the mother and son re respectively.
spectively. respectively.
For the depraved, innocence is
one pleasure they want to possess
and taint above all else, lacking it
themselves. Our sea captain even
after realizing the horror of Mrs.
Rosepetal and being offered sex
via the babysitter, persists in
emasculating himself if only to
possess Mrs. Rosepetal. The nym nymphet
phet nymphet desires the son, and nearly
seduces him by ironically mother mothering
ing mothering him (she emasculates by for forcing
cing forcing him to assert his virility).
The ending is grim, in that the
tainted are destroyed by the in innocents.
nocents. innocents. Purity reigns supreme In
the end, but only by exercise of
its arrogance and murderous mad madness.
ness. madness.
During this grim series of events
is interjected the levity of the
dead narrator, aptly played by
Jonathan Winters. The bizarre and
grotesque is made into the silly
and slapstick by a biased but in ineffectual
effectual ineffectual angelic Dad who sees his
son tempted only to lose out to
Mom. Hie audience is drawn to
Winters its almost unconscious
and one thus loses the incon incongruity
gruity incongruity of Winters* off and on hum humorous
orous humorous commentary juxtaposed with
this frightening situation. The
movie thus reduces Kopits play
to little more than a game, very
serious but then very cute and
quaint.
Its just as well. The play itself
Is a caustic attack on momism,
and is hung up in a vicious cir circle
cle circle of its own making! So if nei neither
ther neither purity nor lust can save us,
and man cannot be a balance of
both, at least the movie gives us
the liberty to die laughing.



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:, The Florida Alligator, Monday, April 3, 1967

Target Date Set
For Facelifting
New Constitution
By ANDY MOOR
Alligator Editorial Editor
UFs problem-child student constitution is due to undergo face facelifting
lifting facelifting and probably will be ready for vote by mid-June.
Student Body President Charles Shepherd has announced appoint appointment
ment appointment of a six-man Constitution Revision Commission to work out the
kinks in the Legislative Councils constitution which he vetoed last
Tuesday.
The Council-approved document had been scheduled to go to the
student body for vote this Thursday, but Shepherds veto ended any
possibility of a vote this trimester.
I am giving the constitution commission a date to have its docu document
ment document in my hands, Shepherd said Sunday. "It will be voted on toward
the end of Term 3-A. It must be completed two weeks before the
election.
Shepherd said he will appoint the secretary of legislative affairs
to chair the commission, but noted that all involved parties in including
cluding including the Legislative Council will be represented.
1 want this commission to look not only at the vaguery of the Council
suggestions, Shepherd said, but to review the overall concept and
role of Student Government. The Legislative Council has failed to go
this deeply into the question.
Shepherd said he has mailed away for copies of constitutions from
other Universities, which he feels should be considered.
Shepherd lasned out at the charges of Council Majority Leader
Greg Johnson that it was a Shepherd constitution.
I never had a group of my own look at either of the two drafts,
he said. The president said the majority of work for the original
draft was done under the Jacobs administration and the revisions
were made by the Council Rules and Calendar Committee.
io gain approval, tne constitution would require two-thirds ma majority
jority majority of more than 25 per cent of the student body. About 10,000
students are expected to attend Term 3-A.
Shepherd said he wasnt sure how hed get his commissions pro proposals
posals proposals on the ballot.
We might go through the Council and ask for referendum,
he said. And we might use the initiation method. We havent de decided
cided decided as yet.

Red Tape Surrounding UF Budget Thick

tives of the Faculty Senr gets the
requests of the departments and a de detailed
tailed detailed explanation of the why behind them.
Justification course, be madefoi;
any increase.
Increases usually are justified by show showing
ing showing an increase in student semester hours
for the term in question or what the
politicians call productivity.
The UF committee molds all the de departmental
partmental departmental requests into an overall gen general
eral general budget which it submits to the Regents.
For the 1967-69 biennium, this came about
in March, 1966.
It is the job of the Regents on first
reading to suggest any major shifts or
cuts which it can forsee. A Regents
committee and the Chancellor have usually
worked with the University through the
first stage. So this step isnt normally
much of a problem.
Whether the Regents make any changes
or not, the budget is returned to the UF
Budget Committee for formation of a line
item budget. This happened last July for
the upcoming biennium.
The line item budget requires that UF
take the lump figure handed down by the

Administrators Could Face Jail Terms

4k I I
contractit was a case where I
signed a statement to the effect
that as agents for the Academic
Enrichment Fund (the fund at the
Health Center through which TIAA
benefits are financed) we would
make the dlspursements to them
(TIAA), the president continued.
If Reitz' statement is essentially
correct, he, among others, could
be in trouble. The statutes, al already
ready already mentioned, make it illegal
for person (s) to act as an
agent (s) for an unauthorized in insurer.
surer. insurer.
Such actions are punishable
under section 626.0501 of the sta statutes.
tutes. statutes.

Regents and make a detailed itemization.
Each department must show how many pro professors,
fessors, professors, secretaries and gluepots it Will
use in spending its allocation.
The detailed itemization is forwarded
again to the Regents when the University
irons out all the kinks. This stage was
completed last October for the upcoming
biennium.
The Regents usually give swift approval
of the line item budget since the total
figure handed down before hasnt been
changed. Such was the case last fall as
the $63.5 million general budget request
was speedily okayed at the November
meeting.
Thats the last the Regents or the Uni University
versity University will see of the budget before it
heads down the rocky road to the Cabinet-
Budget Commission and Legislature.
The first big obstacle the budget faces
is the heavy blade of the seven-member
Budget Commissions ax. It is invariably
pared here as it was this February when
the sl2 million, or 23 per cent of the
Regents-approved budget, was hacked.
It must be understood, however, that
the Budget Commission has no actual
' power over the budget at this point. Its
function is only to advise the Legislature

(l) Any person who in this
state represents or aids an un unauthorized
authorized unauthorized insurer in violation of
(section) 626.0500 shall upon con conviction
viction conviction thereof be guilty of a mis misdemeanor,
demeanor, misdemeanor, and be subject to a fine
not in excess of SI,OOO, or im imprisonment
prisonment imprisonment in the county jail for
not more than 6 months, or by
both such fine and imprisonment
in the discretion of the court.
626.0501 states.
But this isn't all. Further pe penalties
nalties penalties are established in the same
statute.
(2) in addition to the penalties
provided for in subsection (1), such
violators shall be liable, personal personally,
ly, personally, jointly and severally with any
other person or persons liable
therefore, for payment of taxes

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YOU 'KE BREAKING ME UP Thats what UF senior Joe Roberts
might be saying as he surveys the damage an Army convoy did to his
car Saturday. Reportedly, the convoy was running red lights down
University Avenue at 40 mph. No charges were filed in the incident.
Meiklejohn Hits Syndicates
Traces Organized Crime Here

State Beverage Director uou
Meiklejohn lashed out at organized
crime and liquor law violators
throughout Florida at an address
at the annual Circle K banquet
here Friday night.
i
Organized crime ca*: even be
traced to Gainesville said Meikle Meiklejohn
john Meiklejohn in his address to 25 Circle
K members at the Primrose Inn.
Crime syndicates have set up
major operations in the motel,
liquor and cigarette industries

payable on account of such in insurance
surance insurance under (section) 626.0535
(report and tax of independently
procured coverages), the law
states.
This means that Reitz, Business
Manager William Elmore and
Health Center Provost Samuel P.
Martin could be in big trouble?
They have apparently given their
sanction to the possibly illegal
TIAA.
University officials did not step
into this trap casually. They
thought they were acting within
the law when TIAA was estab established
lished established at the UF about three years
ago. Unfortunately, the University
didnt have a lawyer then.
We have a letter from then-

on appropriations. Nevertheless, the Bud Budget
get Budget Commission recommendations usually
carry a good deal of weight in the Legis Legislature.
lature. Legislature.
When the Legislature opens as it
will this week there are two budgets it
must appraise, the one approved by the
Regents and the other recommended by
the Cabinet. Historically, its final appro appropriations
priations appropriations are closer to the Cabinet- recom recommended
mended recommended figures.
The 1967 Legislature, however may be
an entirely different animal. It has a strong
Republican delegation and a Republican
governor guiding it, not to mention reap reapportionment.
portionment. reapportionment. These are all untested vari variables
ables variables which make the picture for the next
few months highly uncertain.
The Legislature considers the UF budget
along with all other state appropriations.
This is usually scheduled for early in the
session, but invariably is pushed back into
the waning days because the fiscal bien biennium
nium biennium requires no operating funds until it
begins July 1.
When the Legislature finally appropri appropriates
ates appropriates a given sum to the UF, the budget
makes a U-turn. Back it goes from where
it came.
The Budget Com mission gets first whack
on the return trip. It must decide whether

within the state, charged Meikle Meiklejohn.
john. Meiklejohn.
Trying to track down who real really
ly really owns the liquor licences is our
main problem. Many so called
owners are just front operations
for big time hoods.
My investigators already have
evidence that 40 state liquor li licences
cences licences are in the hands of crime
syndicates. However, every time
the hoods are discovered they
hide behind local laws and re-

Comptroller Ray Green stating
payment deductions (for TIAA)
would be alright,** Reitz said.
Business Manager Elmore pro produced
duced produced a copy of this letter Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, and it clearly gives the go goahead
ahead goahead to the UF for work with
TIAA. Elmore had previously held
the letter as confidential because,
he says, he wished to protect
persons connected with it.
Unfortunately state comptrol comptrollers,
lers, comptrollers, such as Ray Green, don't
make law. They merely administer
laws which the legislature formu formulates;
lates; formulates; and they (administrators)
can make mistakes.
Today Elmore, Reitz and Mar Martin
tin Martin may have been drawn into such
a legal predicament. They have
documentation from the comptrol-

place their front men, making it
almost impossible to track them
down and get a conviction.
Even in Tananassee certain
judges, politicians and powerful
lobbyists are violating the liquor
laws. But I have served notice
that these violations must cease
by May 1 or the people involved
will face charges.
My hands are often tied, said
Meiklejoh, but as long as I tiave
this job, I plan to keep slugging
in the best interests of the public.

it can afford the figure appropriated by the
Legislature. It usually can and will make
the funds available but it doesnt have
to if the state is having financial diffi difficulties.
culties. difficulties.
\
The Regents are then given a final figure
to operate on, which it must pass on to
the University for formation of still
another line item budget (this assumes, of
course, that the budget has been altered
from original form).
Things speed up now as the UF Budget
Committee gets a look at what its really
going to get. After some discussion with
department heads, the final line item
budget is made up. It must then go back
through the Regents and Budget Commis Commission
sion Commission before permission to operate is finally
granted.
Normally there arent any snags in the
last trip since chances are that swift
approval is necessary so funds can be re released
leased released for operation.
Make no mistake, however, the final
budget has always been a far cry from the
original UF proposal. Whether 1967 will be
just another rerun remains to be seen.
(IN TUESDAYS ALLIGATOR: Past
problems of the budget, and why Florida
lags behind.)

ler stating a TIAA contract is legal,
but they dont have legislation
which upholds this point of view.
Therefore, a legitimate require requirement
ment requirement of the University adminis administration,
tration, administration, the requirement of TIAA
annuity contracts, may bring Reitz,
Martin, Elmore and perhaps many
others to the courts for prose prosecution.
cution. prosecution.
It appears there are men in
Gainesville, and undoubtedly
throughout Florida, who would like
to get the UF troika for this
legal violation.
(Tuesdays Alligator will name
names and show just who is after
the UF officials. In addition con conflicts
flicts conflicts extending to high elective
offices in the state will be re revealed).
vealed). revealed).



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His one-man show of 10 paint paintings--unique
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alistic realistic figures in landscapesand
10 lithographs will continue on
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Bartko, a graduate painter in the
Universitys Department of Art,
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Low Salary Hindering Search
For UF President: Ferguson

Board of Regents Chairman Chester Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson of Tampa issued a strong challenge
to alumni Saturday to help him and other
Regents move the state ahead in higher edu education
cation education consistent with its continued population
growth.
Speaking at the annual spring meeting of
the Alumni Association, Ferguson first
praised Dr. J. Wayne Reitz who will leave
the UF Sept. 1 after nearly 12 and one-half
years as its president.
Im filled with emotion today, Ferguson
said. Im only sorry that in being away
from the University of Florida 37 years after
my graduation, I had to wait until two years
ago to begin working more closely with it.
Ferguson became Regents chairman on
April 1, 1965.

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Meet Wednesday
Business Administration Dames
will hold a get-acquainted meeting
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
J.B. McFerrins, 415 NW 23rd St.
The meeting will start at 8 p.m.
It is being sponsored by bu business
siness business professors wives.
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No one has done more to give this state
an educational climate of excellence than J.
Wayne Reitz, Ferguson asserted. Im get getting
ting getting tired of people asking me, Why dont
you get a man of national prestige to lead the
University? Ferguson told his audience.
My reply to them is that the salary for
the presidents position that was set years
ago restricts me from obtaining the man I
want. I hope to go to the Florida Legislature
and change that restriction, he vowed, adding
that the Regents are optimistic about selecting
Dr. Reitz successor in the next three to four
months.
Were trying to develop a system of
education in Florida that will meet the chal challenges
lenges challenges of today and tomorrow, Ferguson
said. We need money and talent to project
the University of Florida to a top level na nationally.
tionally. nationally. I think we have to create a climate
of independence of thinking in this state that
will serve to give great minds of the world

Interior Will Remake Plaza;
Revise Electoral Procedures

One of the most important po positions
sitions positions in Student Government is
secretary of interior, held by Joe
Hilliard, (2UC).
Hilliard currently is working on
a project to make the Plaza of the

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name says it is supposed to be.
Hilliard is in the process of im implementing
plementing implementing plans to lay a large
brick replica of the Americas In
the center of the plaza and sur surround
round surround it with the flags of the

Monday, April 3, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

an opportunity and a place in which to achieve
further greatness.
Ferguson urged a movement to continue
progress of quality programs already in
existence. We can't sit still, he observed.
The children are here. .we've got to meet
their demands. Before 1975 we've got to
triple our physical plants, triple our num numher
her numher of administrators and triple our faculties
to meet the challenge on us.
Summing up his talk, Ferguson reflected:
We have to have a strong commitment to
proceed from Florida's citizens through their
elected representatives. We also need a sound
management program for higher education
and we need the necessary resources,
Including adequate finances, to get the job
done.
You can never take education out of
politics, Ferguson said, but you can take
politics out of education.

countries of the Americas. The
project is scheduled for comple completion
tion completion by the beginning of the Fall
term.
In addition, Hilliard is planning
a book drive for a new univer university
sity university in the Philippines. He is ask asking
ing asking that students save all their
books that they would normally
throw away (including texts) and
bring them to the book drive lo location
cation location when it is announced in the
near future.
Hilliard, a political science
major has served as a presiden presidential
tial presidential aide to former Student Body
President Buddy Jacobs and was
Independent Chairman of Dollars
for Scholars last year.
UF AAUP Elects
Executive Committee
rhe UF chapter of the AAUP
has elected its Executive Com Committee
mittee Committee for the following year. New
officers on the committee are vice vicepresident,
president, vicepresident, Warren Silver and se secretary,
cretary, secretary, H.B. Clark.
Executive Committee members
who will serve for two year terms
are Aaron Anton, Richard Hiers
and Allen Sievers. Those who will
serve for one year terms are Ro Robert
bert Robert Berry, Ray Fahien and Dar Darwin
win Darwin Smith. Motley Deakin is the
new editor of the chapter News
Digest.
Chapter elections are held each
March by mail, with some offices
being elected on a rotational basis.
Dr. Gladys Kam merer will con continue
tinue continue as president until 1968 as
will Treasurer Irving Goffman.
W Be sure. m&r
W Kent now
for the fall.
376-6720

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Page 6

5, The Florida Alligator, Monday, April 3, 1967
&

The Florida Alligator
'A Mtyvilfy I* Ow
EDDIE SEARS 808 MENAKER STEVE HULL
Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor
ANDY MOOR 808 BECK
Editorial Editor Soorts Editor
Opinions of columnists do not uecessanly reflect the
editorial viewpoint of the Alligator. The only official
voice of the Alligator staff is the editorial In the left
column.
Good Move
l : : l ~ :
When Student Body President Charles
Shepherd vetoed the proposed Student
Body Constitution last Tuesday, we were
as unsure as anyone whether or not it
was a wise decision.
i
It seemed at the time that the con constitution
stitution constitution was vague in some areas. In Indeed,
deed, Indeed, we had serious reservations about
supporting it when it came to vote. Shep Shephered
hered Shephered veto, of course changed our thinking
on the matter.
We were worried that the whole idea
of a new constitution had died, leaving us
with the antiquated document were stuck
with now.
But Shepherds Sunday statements have
eased our minds. His appointment of a
Constitution Revision Commission is
probably just the thing needed to get the
job done efficiently. If its performance
is half as good as that of the Com Commission
mission Commission on Student Rights, there isnt
any question that well get a better docu document.
ment. document.
We hope the new commission can ac accomplish
complish accomplish some of the changes and smooth
out the kinks which Legislative Council
obviously didnt have time to go into.
If it does, Shepherds veto will have
proven itself wise.
Political Playground?
UF has been accused by many of being
a playground, a sister school to Miamis
Suntan U. And while this may or may
not be the case, one thing should be made
clear.
UF must not be a playground for Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville politics.
When Mayor Pro-Tern Walter Mur Murphree
phree Murphree read a proclamation at Saturdays
football scrimmage proclaiming the day
as J. Wayne Reitz Day he was being
given time before almost 10,000 fans,
including several voters, that his opponent
could not possibly get.
i:
We dont know why Dr. Murphree was
chosen to m ake the proclamation, and while
we dont endorse Murphree or his
opponent, Sidney Knight, we question the
practice.
UF has enough political trouble with without
out without becoming a playground for city elec election
tion election candidates.

USF Hippest In State ?

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The Powell Case And The Dodd Case? Why,
They*re As Different As Black And White.**

The Gainesville Sons

John Andrew wishes to make
the following announcement: In or order
der order to make the task of the Board
of Regents somewhat easier, I am
at this time withdrawing my name
from consideration for the presi presidency
dency presidency of the University. This, of
course, means that all projects
planned in support of my candi candidacy,
dacy, candidacy, including the torchlight pa parade
rade parade scheduled for Saturday night,
will be cancelled.
* *
Fun-seekers, take note. It has
come to our attention that Masters
and Johnson have been appointed
social directors of the new Flo Florida
rida Florida Union, and that the delay in
the completion of the Union is
primarily due to unforeseen pro problems
blems problems in the installation of tele television
vision television cameras in the individual
rooms. Live for *67!
* *
Master Joe, the Happy Wheel
is ready. Also, a letter has just
arrived from Marvin Kroat.
Thank you, Gurlu. Please read
the letter.
O master, may I?
Yes, you may, Gurlu. Now read
the letter.
Master Joe, it is such a pri privilege
vilege privilege for lowly Gurlu to read
aloud the messages that pass...
Gurlu, read the letter.
It thrills me so, my master.
That 1...
Give me the damn letter and
get out of here. Be back in three
minutes to spin the Happy Wheel.
As you command, Master Joe.
John Andrew looked at me. Joe,
how come Gurlu does your bid bidding?
ding? bidding?
He thinks Pm a personal friend
of Albert Schweitzer.
But Schweitzers dead.
Dont tell Gurlu. . Lets see
what Marvin has to say.
Well, Im in Des Moines with
Mom and Cleopatra. Im so ex excitedthe
citedthe excitedthe State Fair people are
going to set up a regular tent for
my levitation, and well charge

By JOHN ANDREW BURGESS
and JOE NEUSTEIN
Alligator Columnists

admission and everything. I spend
most of my time lying on my
back on the floor, practicing for
next week. I can almost get my
legs up in the air, now. Ill be
ready.
God bless you, Marvin.
Masters, I return.
We see, Gurlu. Spin the Happy
Wheel.
Yes, my masters. Spin, spin,
Happy Wheel, spin . .
The wheel slows and stops.
Masters, the Hand of Joy points
to Lester L. Hale, dean . .
Try it again, Gurlu. This time,
give it a good spin.
I will spin it very hard. Spin,
spin .... Masters, the Hand
of Joy again points to Lester
Hale.
Try it again, Gurlu.
Hours pass.
Masters, the Wheel again has
selected Lester Hale. I am truly
sorry.
Its okay, Gurlu. Youve done
your best. Alarms. Trumpets of
Joy and Exaltation. It is our proud
pleasure to announce that the Happy
Wheel has selected Lester L. Hale,
(SEE SONS PAGE 7)

Florida Alligator Staff
GENE NAIL JIM WHITE NICK ARROYO
Editorial Assistant Assistant Managing Editor Photo Editor

STEFANIE JARIUS
Society Editor

jTAFF 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 hichie Tidwell
LAB ASSISTANTS Diana Folsom, Peggy Sneider, Andrew
Haslett Jr., Robert Blount, Joan Allen, Eddie Gutten Guttenmacher,
macher, Guttenmacher, Dick Blakely, Bob Menaker, Dave Reddick, David
Weiss, Karen Eng, John Ellsworth, Diann Devine

By JUDY REDFERN
Alligator Staff Writer
How hip is UF?
Not very, according to one of
the self-acclaimed headhippies
at the University of South Florida.
We discovered by accident that
UF just doesnt rate on the gro groovy
ovy groovy scene in the state. Seems
we arrived at the Tampa bus sta station
tion station at 3 a.m. Friday morning and
discovered a strange person wait waiting
ing waiting with the Michigan State stu student.
dent. student. An unusual enough fellow
who had volunteered to drive us
home.
The stranger had shoulder length
hair in a page boy and a beard.
He was wearing dark glasses and
sandals. Just call me B. he
said.
How are things at MSU? we
asked, B. He said he didnt go
to MSU.
Berkeley?
USF.
We digested this information on
the way to the car, trying to ignore
the hysteria in the bus station.
After all, it was 3 a.m. and this
chap was obviously doing us a big
favor.
B. announced that he was from
San Francisco, byway of Green Greenwich
wich Greenwich Village and attended USF be because
cause because his parents wouldnt sign his
scholarship papers to Berkeley.
He said he recently turned 21 and
intended to transfer to the Uni University
versity University of California as soon as
possible.
Five points for San Francisco,
three for the Village, and minus
nine for the parents, we thought.
We asked him why he chose USF
instead of Florida.
USF is groovier, he replied.
Deeply wounded, we sputtered
But. .but Pam me Brewer. .
SDS. .Alan Levin. . peace
marches. .LSD. peels
. .Lester Hale. .How groovy
can you get?
No man. All the action in this
state is at USF, and my friends
and I are the centers of it, B
replied firmly.
We had to ask what made Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville so undesirable.
Compulsory ROTC, he said,
in all seriousness.
B said UF would have a large
influx of USF hippies if compulsory
ROTC were abolished.
He hinted that UF is supplied
by USF but wouldnt specify what
the supplies art*. He invited us to
visit him anytime but Saturday
night, when he had to make a
run to St. Pete.
Since we had admittedly pre preconceived
conceived preconceived ideas about the type
places hippies would be apt to
live in, we asked where he lived.
A dorm at school, B said.
Now we told him we thought he
rated minus six points on our own
hippie scale. We had arrived
at South Florida and the long longhaired
haired longhaired figure was entering his
dorm.
Were just not appreciated in
the South, B muttered as he
disappeared in the fog

JO ANN LANGWORTHY
General Assignment
c Editor



Look To
Museum
Mr. Cox
EDITOR:
In light of the golden age of
science and an erudite enlighten enlightenment
ment enlightenment what position should old oldfashioned
fashioned oldfashioned honor occupy?
The museum, Mr. Cox, the mu museum!
seum! museum!
Anything that is submerged and
smothered should be pushed hard
till it stops breathing. Better dead
than perpetually red!
A bearded Ph.D. from Berekely
and a cleanshaven Ph.D. from
Florida apply for a job with a
taxpaying citizen in Miami. Who
will be hired? Thats right, and do
you know why? Because he knows
more and knows it better: he is
more WORTHY OF HONOR.
Take a survey of Florida tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers and ask them what they
would prefer the best university
in the country with a sizeable con contingent
tingent contingent of beards and playmates,
or acleanedup university where
everybody indeed goes through the
grind. I trust there are enough
Miami Jews and others with a
similarly realistic outlook on life
to settle the issue for quality with
fringe benefits.
The removal of university juris jurisdiction
diction jurisdiction over students off the
campus is in the interest of all,
and not just the vociferous min minority,
ority, minority, because anyone may find
himself disagreeing with the uni university
versity university on moral matters. The
minority is not in any way re restricting
stricting restricting anyones right to his own
morality: it asks only for the re removal
moval removal of specific restrictions on
its pursuit of happiness.
If you want to preach honor,
preach knowledge, jealousy and
love of excellence. All other forms
of the species will shortly be ex extinct.
tinct. extinct.
FRANS THIJSSEN

The Gainesville Sons

(FROM PAGE 6)
dean of student affairs. We call
upon all University students to
honor Dean Hale on this his Happy
Day. Hale is known throughout
the state for his forthrightness
and intellectual integrity. He has
always stood firm in his support
of the student.
But, masters, I have heard said
that Dean Hale is a mincer of
words.
Hold your tongue, Gurlu. You
must be thinking of another man.
No, masters, I know that man.
He has curly white hair and a
big smile. And once I saw him
make a student kneel and kiss his
ring.
Thats Hale, all right. Even so,
Gurlu, if the Happy Wheel has se selected
lected selected him, we shall have to honor
him.
Lester Leonard Hale, today is
your Happy Day.

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EDITOR:
I am another Negro student here
at the University and Id like to
speak out too. I am concerned
about the article published in Fri Fridays
days Fridays by Jeraldine
Brown, ft think tHe chick is sick.

Name Withheld
Needs Glasses ?

EDITOR:
As a resident of Waldo, I per personally
sonally personally investigated the circum circumstances
stances circumstances as to Name Withhelds
charges about our traffic
problem and found some inter interesting
esting interesting facts.
Assuming that he entered from
Says Bananas
Inferior
EDITOR:
Bananas?
After smoking a pipe full of
dried banana peels and two packs
of matches (its hard to keep the
bananas lit), I have come to the
conclusion that bananas are far in inferior
ferior inferior to pot. Not to be discour discouraged
aged discouraged by this, however, I have looked
extensively for some other sub substitutes
stitutes substitutes for that illegal plant.
I am now happy to pass on the
information that I have finally found
an excellent substitute for pot
which is readily available. It
is none other than dog manure
(a euphemism). This is a break
through since this substance will
be extremely difficult to illegalize.
For best results, select med medium-sized
ium-sized medium-sized samples about three
hours old. Place several of these
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Not A Matter xf Color

I consider myself as one of the
few Negroes on campus that
she referred to v/hose social life
is predominantly white, and I feel
that I must defend the few of us
who have been able to success successfully
fully successfully socially mix at the University.

Gainesville, when he reached the
divided portion of the highway in
front of the Baptist Church there
is a sign in the middle of the
highway that states, Keep Right.
From that point to the railway
station it is just a little over
three blocks. Double signs, one on
each side of the highway, give
forth silent, yet unmistakeable,
information as to speed, school
zones, etc.
Included in this group of signs
happen to be a total of eight (8)
signs denoting that this is in fact
ONE WAY, easily visible, four
on each side of the roadway with
the arrows pointing in the ap appropriate
propriate appropriate direction. Perhaps he al also
so also failed to notice that as he
left the railroad station area, that
just beneath the STOP sign on
your right, there was another one
way sign, in addition to the one
directly across the two lanes in
front of him.
Perhaps, however, he is just not
used to driving in areas of divided
highways, or maybe his windshield
was a bit dirty, or perhaps he
should invest another $35 in a pair
of glasses.
NAME ALSO WITHHELD
(EDITORS NOTE: It has come
to our attention that Waldo is not,
as reported by Name Withheld, a
noted speed trap. As its police
chief so notably points out, there
arent many towns which allow one
up to 10 miles per hour over the
limit.)

PLYMOUTH
saw,e location for 20 years
HB J. David WoodMonoqinq Optician ."!]!
Howard Powers
Optician
JMAJt Stanley JeffOptician
pHHRNancy WriqhtFrame
I THE PEOPLE YOU CAN TRUST I
Ij) PLYMOUTH-
I £J 22 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 1
I I Phone: 376-3516 J

True, Ido attend predominantly
White establishments, my dates
are predominantly white and I
do attend predominantly white
parties (throw a few too), but this
is not a rejection of the Negro
race. Mrs. Brown is sadly mis mistaken
taken mistaken if she thinks that these things
indicate the desire to be White.
I am one of the (as she put it)
sepia-tinted people who is proud
to be a Negro and I must
that I havent had such a hard
time because of it--at times, its
an advantage.
She says that she wouldnt dance
with a white fellowcome now
Mrs. Brown, youre being as naive
and petty as the rednecks of this
area. Theres no big difference.
When youre all dancing its not
a matter of color, but who shower showered.
ed. showered.
As far as fraternities and so sororities
rorities sororities are concerned, I doubt
very seiously if many Negros de desire
sire desire to become members.
I wonder if Mrs. Brown and
her other Negro friends segre segregate
gate segregate themselves because they fear

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Monday, April 3, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

being socially unaccepted? Myphi Myphilosophy
losophy Myphilosophy it where you find
it. And I have found quite a few
sincere white'* friends who are
not poor dancers nor novelty
seekers.
Come out of your holes, moles.
Somebody has to take the first
step. You just might enjoy our
side of life too. Get off your rear
end and get out of the back. As
long as you sit there feeling sorry
for yourself, youll be there.
Oh, one last thought. Personally,
I dont dig the ghetto. Not at the
University of Florida, Daytona
Beach, Tallahassee or Ocala
(home) for that matter. As Moms
Mabley would say, Lutherthe
opera. Let me live please.
BARBARA J. WILLIAMS, 4ED
BROKERS FOR OVER 200
T MUTUAL FUNDS
International Securities Corp.
1000 av.. CALL 372-1022
JccksMvUte
(Gainesville residence)

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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

for sale
STUDENT SPECIALSAdmiraI or
Philco air conditioner. Cost plus
10 %; over 300 satisfied students.
Sudden Service Fuel Oil Co. 376-
4404. 907 SW 3rd. St. (A-112-
ts-C)
3 PIECE used bedroom suite
$45.00; Table, chai rs, sofa beds ,an ,antiques.
tiques. ,antiques. Huguleys Furniture Barn.
214 NE 16th Avenue 376-0443.
(A- 126-st-C)
1963 Vespa 125. Perfect condition
just overhauled with buddy seat
and other extras. Priced to sell.
Any reasonable offer. Call Jeff
Blum after 3 p.m. 378-5430 (A (A---1
--1- (A---1 3t-C)
NOW AVAILABLE and delivered
on campus, Natural Vitamins, min minerals
erals minerals and health food supplements.
All firms represented. For infor information
mation information call 378-6024 (A-127-st-P)
WEBCOR tape-recorder, complete
with tapes, SSO, also 1953 Che Chevrolet,
vrolet, Chevrolet, very good condition $ 150. w.
Call 376-5096 after 5 p.m. (A (A-1282t
1282t (A-1282t C)
AIR-CONDITIONER doesnt look
so good but runs perfect. $35.
372-6073. (A-128-3t-C)
YASHICA A CASE. Light meter.
Tilt Flash, new. S4O. Call 372-
1209. (A-128-3t-P)
HONDA TRAIL 55, recent over overhaul:
haul: overhaul: $135. Contact owner at 111
NW 19th St., Room 14. (A-128-
3t-P)
for rent
SUBLET OR RENT quiet, spacious,
air-conditioned, 2-Br. apartment,
unfurnished, (kitchen equipped), 5
min. from U. of F. 378-4967 or
ext. 2661 (Prof. Margulis). (B (B---1
--1- (B---1
GIRLS ROOMS ACROSS FROM
CAMPUS $25 to $35, no lease re required.
quired. required. Available now. 1702 West
University Avenue. Inquire after
4 p.m., ask for Sandy. (B-127-
lt-P;
MODERN AIR CONDITIONED One
bedroom apartment, two blocks
from campus, $96 per month.
Available now, couplesbr graduate
student only. 372-2862. (B-127-
3t-C)
QUIET, ONE BEDROOM, furnished
apartment. Air conditioned and
close to med center. $95 month,
phone 378-5820. (B-127-2t-P)
ROOM IN PRIVATE HOME for
mature male student. Linens and
maid service, seperate entrance,
off st. parking. Call 376-5360.
(B-127-3t-c)
5:20.7:30 ||
AND 9:30 1
Ttog*on 378-2434 | g
j COLOR pmavision
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ROCKING CHAIR LOGE

for rent
RENT- 4 bedroom, 2 bath house
for summer. Air conditioned
$l3O per month. Call 378-1996
after 5 p.m. 1062 NE 14th Ave.
(B-125-st-P)
SUBLET AND SAVE! Cool Apart Apartment
ment Apartment with balcony for summer
tri. One bedroom kitchen, air con condition.
dition. condition. University Gardens. 378-
5958. Good Deal! (B-126-3t-P)
RENT TWO BEDROOM furnished
apartment for one bedroom price.
SIOO per month. Air condition,
1 1/2 blocks from campus. Call
376-0556. (B-126-st-C)
SUBLEASE: Air-conditioned apart
ment for the summer only. Avail Available
able Available after April 20th. Location:
207 NW 7th St. La Fontana Apts.
Call 378-1867. (B-127-2t-P)
ONE BEDROOM air conditioned
apartment. Close to campus. $95
per month. Available April 22,
378-4332. (B-123-2t-C)
TO SUB-LEASE: Furnished one onebedroom
bedroom onebedroom apartment, kitchen, air
conditioner. Four blocks from
campus. Begin A Term. Call 376-
6731 after 5 p.m. (B-127-st-P)
AIR CONDITIONED apartments,
three blocks from campus. $65
to SBS monthly. Call 372-8840 after
4:30 p.m. (B-126-ts-C)
NEW DUPLEX APARTMENT, Sub-
let from May to Aug. Air con conditioned,
ditioned, conditioned, one block from Carolyn
Plaza. Two or Four may live here.
No furniture deposit. $l4O per
month. Phone 378-5067 for John.
(B-126- st-C)
NOW RENTING for Spring and
fall terms. 3-bedroom, 2-bath,
furnished apt. Air conditioned.
1103 SW 2nd Ave. 376-2892 or
376-9889. (B-126-st-C)
FOR RENT during summer 1-
bedroom air conditioned apt. 4
blocks from campus. Modern and
quiet. Call 378-3846. (B-126-st-P)
1- BEDROOM APT. in Colonial
Manor. Available B term and
longer. Low summer rates. Call
378-5467. (B-126-3t-NC)
TWO BEDROOM Furnished student
apartments near campus. Low
summer rates. Call Mrs. Jones,
376-5636 or A1 Jones, 378-5682.
(B-122-10t-c).
CLEAN, MODERN, air conditioned
furnished apartment. Available
from April 1, S9O per month. Call
372-5841. (B-123-st-C)
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, The Florida Alligator, Monday, April 3, 1967

for rent
SORRY! We only have an air airconditioned
conditioned airconditioned fully furnished pool poolside,
side, poolside, one bedroom apartment at
new Summit House to sublet A&B
sessions. We think you will en enjoy
joy enjoy our extras all summer long.
After 5 p.m. 378-1973. (B-118-
3t-C)
Looking for low cost, comfortabl
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)
TO SUBLET One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, quiet secluded
area. Available May 1 thru Sept.
Call 5-7 p.m. 378-5131. (B-124-
st-C)
CLEAN, MODERN, AIR CONDT_
TION, one bedroom efficiency
apartment with huge closet. 5 min.
from campus, S9O per month. Red Redwood
wood Redwood Apartments, 4401 SW 13th
St., Apartment J, Call Jerry, 376-
1487. (B-128-3t-C)
RENT SLASHED TO $95 on air
conditioned apartment near cam campus
pus campus (17 St. and 4th Ave. NW).
It has Danish modern furniture,
one bedroom with twin beds, pri private
vate private patio, off street parking. Call
372-1714. (B-128-st-P)
TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT.
Sublet or rent. sllO per month,
furnished, air conditioned, car carport
port carport and storage, 5 blocks from
campus. 1436 NW sth Avenue. Call
378-5772. (B-128-st-C)
SUBLEASE NICE APT. 2 bedroom
4 persons, 3 blocks from campus.
Washing machine. $l4O per month.
378-5022. (B-128-3t-C)
TWO BEDROOM apartment behind
Norman Hall. Available for sum summer
mer summer and beyond. Plenty of room,
furnished, kitchen. You can have
it for last days of April. slls
per month. 1125 SW 7th Ave. 372-
7676 or 378-6183. (B-126-3t-NC)
POWNTOWN^^
Anthony Quinn Vima Lisi
the 25th Home
L METROCOLOR
Jonathan Winters
Robert Morse

for rent |
TIRED OF ROOMMATE problems?
Take an air-conditioned single at
College Terrace. Men or women.
S9O/mo. A Term; SBO/mo. B Term;
$95/mo. Fall and Winter. Pool
and ample parking. 378-2221 for
reservations. (B-128-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 in including
cluding including washing machine. Call:
372-3357 or 376-2818. (B-121-
lOt-C)
BEACH BUGGY lt hasnt been
started in 6 months, but itll run
if it has a batery. I think! Built
from 1960 Morretti. (Italian) Drive
by and take a look: 627 NE 10
PL, then call 372-0083. $25. (B (B---127-3t-NC)
--127-3t-NC) (B---127-3t-NC)
real estate
House for sale. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
large fenced in yard, low interest
FHA payment. Ideal neighborhood.
376- 9038.(1-117- lOt-C)
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5 RENO AND LAKE TAHOE, NEVADA
1 SUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITIES |
- Be a part of one of Nevadas largest Casino-
Restautant operations. Spend your summer
? in the High Sierra, Nevadas finest recre- 2
ational playground. j|
5 Interviews will be held on Campus April 2
6 and 7. All applicants must be 21 years
of age and present a draft card or birth
2 certificate as proof of age. Good appearance
Z and grooming required. 5
An Informational Orientation Meeting will j*
2 be held Wednesday, April sth at 5:00 P.M.
5 in the Florida Union Auditorium.
2 Apply 309 Florida Union for further details.
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wanted
NEEDED FOR APRIL 1 female
roommate to share 2 bedroom
apartment. Walking distance to
campus, near laundromat and food
stores S4O. Call 376-7624. (C-128-
3t-P)
DESPERATE one female room roommate
mate roommate needed for B term in Vil Village
lage Village Park. Call 378-4222. (C-128-
3t-C)
WAN TED Roommate for B term
or for A and B term. Very nice
1-bedroom apt., 5 min. from Pea Peabody.
body. Peabody. Call Gerry, 378-5731. (C (C---128
--128 (C---128 st P)
STUDENT ASSISTANT 11:45-1:45
Mon.-Fri. $1.25 & free lunch. Con Contact
tact Contact Mrs. Avery, ext 5771. Room
M-102 A, Health Center. (C-125-
3t-C)
WANTED ONE OR TWO MALE
ROOMMATES FOR LUXURIOUS
Landmark apartment. Available
now and for third trimester. Call
Bruce 372-1760 after 5 p.m. (C (C---125-3t-C)
--125-3t-C) (C---125-3t-C)
ONE OR TWO male roommates
wanted. New Summit House Apts.
Air conditioned, pool, near Med.
Center. S4O/mo, 1/4 utilities. 1700
SW 16th Ct., apt. E-2, 376-8133.
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wanted
TWO GIRLS to share large two
bedroom apartment for both sum summer
mer summer trimesters. $41.25 per per person.
son. person. Swimming Pool. Call 372-
1745 after 5 p.m. (C-127-6t-C)
WANTED TWO MALE roommates
for summer. Large air conditioned
apartment $35. per month. Call
376-9544 after 6 p.m. (C-127-2-C)
Wanted female roommate for spa spacious
cious spacious modern, air-conditioned, two
bedroom, two person apartment.
Almost completely furnished. Near
campus. 372-2429. (C-124-st-C)
help wanted
NEED EXTRA MONEY? Make S3O
to S4O weekly part time. SHOW
and wear Stuart McGuire and Lady
McGuire Footwear. Write P.O.
Box 759, Gainesville, Florida. (E (E---1
--1- (E---1 st-C)
FULL TIME DAY WAITRESSES,
good hourly pay. Must be neat.
No experience necessary. Apply
Kings Food Host. 1430 SW 13th
St. (E- 126-10 t-C)

Pick Up Your
After 9:45 A.M.
Student Service Booth lg£g
Bring your receipt and Student I.D. /j^kssjf

help wanted
L LMALE
MALE LMALE STUDENT FoivRART TIME
or full time help in Furniture store.
Experience in drapery installation
and delivery work helpful but not
necessary. Apply Lowry Furniture
Co. 2317 SW 13th Street. (E-127-
4t-C)
ATTENTION COLLEGE STU STUDENTS
DENTS STUDENTS interested in summer em employment.
ployment. employment. Florida district office
of large international corporation
expanding offices in Florida. We
will employ a limite number of
students to assist in this expansion
program. NO EXPERIENCE NE NECESSARY.
CESSARY. NECESSARY. Those who qualify for
positions will earn $226 per week.
Applicants must be enrolled in
college next year. Jobs available
will last until September 1. For
interview call Jacksonville 353-
9917, ext. 2 between 9 and 1.
(E-127-3t-C)
VARIOUS OPENINGS for waitress waitresses,
es, waitresses, good hourly pay. Must be neat,
no experience necessary. Apply
Kings Food Host. 1820 West Uni University
versity University Avenue or 1430 SW 13th
Street. (E-126-10t-C)

Monday, April 3, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

| help wanted
EARN $2.00. Listeners needed for
underwater research project. Will
pay $2.00 for 1 hour session. Must
have normal hearing and be native
english speaking. Contact Mrs.
Nolin, Communication Science An Annex,
nex, Annex, ext 2307 between 8 and 12
a.m. (E- 128-st-C)
Help wanted male or female,Store'
Manager experienced or we will
train. Two openings at present in
the discount health and beauty aid
and phonograph field. Must be
bondable and have excellent re references.
ferences. references. Phone Mrs. DE Yott,
376-2533 for appointment. (E-120-
lOt-O
LARGE CITRUS PLANT has sum summer
mer summer work for college men. Open Openings
ings Openings for general plant workers.
Steady work, time-and-1/2over 40
hours, beginning in April and run running
ning running through September. Plant lo located
cated located near Gulf beaches. Summer
rentals available at reasonable ta tates.
tes. tates. Write for application forms:
Tropicana Products, Inc., Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel Office, P.0.80x 338, Bra Bradenton,
denton, Bradenton, Fla. 33505. (E-126-Bt-C)

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help wanted
ADVERTISING SALESMAN, male
or female, to service local ac accounts
counts accounts for the ALLIGATOR. Must
be available for work both summer
terms and fall quarter. No experi experience
ence experience necessary, but some know knowledge
ledge knowledge of advertising would be help helpful.
ful. helpful. Apply in person Room 9 Flo Florida
rida Florida Union. (E-123-tf-nc)
VARIOUS OPENINGS for part time
men. Good hourly pay. Must be
neat. Apply Kings Food Host. 1430
SW 13th St. (E-126-10t-C)
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, student
assistants for general research
type work. Some typing experience
helpful. 15 hours per week. Apply
Student Employment Office, Build Building
ing Building E. (E-128-3t-C)
CIRCULATION MANAGER for the
Florida Alligator for summer tri trimester.
mester. trimester. Must have Ist and 2nd
periods open. Apply Room 9, Flo Florida
rida Florida Union. (E-121-tf-nc)
autos 1
1961 Chevrolet, radio and heater,
good mechanical condition, good
tires, need body work, best offer,
378-3967 after 6 p.m. (G-124-10t (G-124-10t'
' (G-124-10t' C)
FOR SALE: 1966 Triumph Spit Spitfire
fire Spitfire 4 Conv. Excellent condition.
15,000 miles. Will accept older
compact car for equity. Call 376-
8618 after 6 p.m. (B-128-3t-P)
1959 VAUXHALL, 4 door, 3 syn syncro
cro syncro gear, good tires, good con condition,
dition, condition, parts available. Call An Antonio,
tonio, Antonio, University ext. 2309 or 376-
8010 (G-126- 3t-C)
1965 MG MlDGET,excellent con condition,
dition, condition, new battery, new starter,
motor recently overhauled. Must
sell. Call 378-2066 (G-127-2t-p)

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INTERESTED
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WORKING
With
Interesting People?
We hove students working for us who hove
traveled In all 50 states plus England, France,
Spain, Mexico, Italy, Canada, Greece, East
and West Germany, Israel, Egypt, Japan, Hoi-,
land/ Vies Nam, Belgium, Czechoslovakia,
Austria, Poland, Switzerland, Luxembourg,
El Salvador.and Cuba.
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
-e ' t>

autos
1964 SAAB, very good couuiuuu,
any reasonable offer. 372-4637.
(G-128-lt-C)
FOR SALE: 1952 MG-TD Roadster
with 1961 MG A engine (just re rebuilt).
built). rebuilt). Best offer. Call Buck Grin Grinter
ter Grinter 376-5048. (G-125-3t-P)
lost-found
Lost Black, brown and white spot spotted/calico
ted/calico spotted/calico female cat. Last seen
March 19, at 1001 SW 16 Avenue.
REWARD. 372-3787.(L- 124-st-C)
FOUND CLASS RING from Crest Crestview
view Crestview HlghSchool. Owner may claim
upon identification and payment of
this ad. Phone 376-0333. (L-128-
lt-C)
LOST Mans brown wallet, on
Browards tennis courts over the
weekend, extremely important that
owner recover. Reward call
378-5001 after 6 p.m. (L-126-
2t-C)
LOST IN MAIN CAFETERIA, note notebook
book notebook and two text books, name
and address inside covers, no
questions asked, $5 reward. (L (L---126-2t-P)
--126-2t-P) (L---126-2t-P)
services
EUROPE $325 ($295 if 50 student
quota is reached) Round Trip.
Pan Am jet, New York to Lon London,
don, London, leave June 21, return Sept.
13. Open to all Florida Students,
faculty, staff and their families.
Call Sam 378-5848. (M-122-3t-C)
EXPERIENCED MOTHER or baby babysitting
sitting babysitting day or night while you work,
shop, or party. 376-2052. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable rates. (M-128-st-C)



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Orange and

ADDRESS ALL CAMPUS CALENDAR
NOTICES TO PUBLIC FUNCTIONS
OFFICE, FLORIDA UNION

Monday, April 3
Mensa: Daily luncheons, table on west side of Main
Cafeteria, 11-1 p.m.
ASME: Meeting, 273 E&I, 7 p.m. Election of officers
Lecture: Mr. Charles Coleman, Frontiers of Space,
PK Yonge Aud., 7 p.m.
Forums Committee, 123 Union, 7 p.m.
Union Board: Dance lessons, Union Social room,
7:15 p.m.
Pi Mu Epsilon: Guest Speaker, Dr. John Maxfield,
Sinister Primes for Sinister People, 101 Little
Hall, 7:30 p.m. Everyone invited
Gator Amateur Radio Club: meeting, 527 Eng., 8
p.m. Everyone interested in amateur radio is invited
to attend
Language and Literature Club: meeting, 105-B AFA,
8 p.m.
Lecture: Mr. Charles Coleman, Benefits of Space
Technology, PK Yonge Aud., 8:15 p.m.

ATTENTION FACULTY: No examinations, class
quizzes, special projects or term papers shall be
given or assigned during the final five class days
of a term. Take-home examinations shall not be due
prior to the regularly scheduled examination per period.
iod. period. The only exceptions to this policy are for final
laboratory examinations or final examinations in
laboratory-type courses where approval to give such
examinations during the final five class days has
been given by the Subcommittee on the Variation
from the Published Schedule of Courses erf the
Schedule & Calendar Committee.
UNIVERSITY POOL: Season tickets of $2 per person
for the University Pool may be secured after April
1 in Room 227, Florida Gymnasium. Faculty, staff,
students and their immediate families (children over
15 years of age) are eligible. Pool will open May
1, with recreational swimming at 1 p.m. daily.
GRADUATE RECORD EXAM: Tuesday, April 4,
1967 is the deadline date for filing application for the
GRE to be given on Saturday, April 22. All applica applications
tions applications must reach Princeton, N.J., on or before April
4.
STUDENT FINANCIAL AID: Interview for student
financial aid will be held in Building E, Room 124,
for the following: applicants who filed between Nov.
1, 1966, and Feb. 28, 1967, for aids including Econo Economic
mic Economic Opportunity Grants, National Defense Loans,
Guaranteed Bank Loans, United Student Aid Fund

NEED a different car? 'm
totes eSt a|' V CONTACT MRS. LOUISE HINTON TREASURER # Auto Loans
On \ GAINESVILLE FLORIDA CAMPUS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION Specialty
I \ Serving Uof F Employees Since 1935 dvw
kL>*< ll*\ program of

Administrative Notices
ADDRESS ALL ADMINISTRATIVE NOTICES AND GENERAL NOTICES TO OFFICE OF INFORMATIONAI SERVICES
* A

BLUB BULLETIN

Campus Calendar

Tuesday, April 4
Lecture: Mr. Charles Coleman, Observatory Pro Programs,
grams, Programs, PK Yonge Aud., 8:15 a.m.
Lecture: Mr. Charles Coleman, Observatory Pro Programs,
grams, Programs, PK Yonge Aud., 10:30 a.m.
Lecture: Mr. Charles Coleman, Weather Satellite
Program, PK Yonge Aud., 9:15 a.m.
- -fc
Univ. Dames: P.H.T. Ceremony, MSB Aud., 8 p.m.
Lyceum Council: Bach Aria Group, Univ. Aud.,
8:15 p.m.
Murphree Area Council, 218 Union, 8:30 p.m.
* .
Tuesday Evening Supper Club: Presbyterian Student
Center, 6:30 p.m. Non-denominational, everyone
single and over 21 invited.

' .Loans, Florida Scholarship Loans, University of Flo Florida
rida Florida Long-Term Loans and Employment, either De Departmental
partmental Departmental or the College Work Study Program.
Students whose last names begin with: (I-J-K) re report
port report Monday, April 3; (L) 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 Wed Wednesday,
nesday, 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 provided the applications
were complete and last trim ester* save rage was above
3.00.
The applications will be evaluated and returned
to the Student Financial Aid Office. Tne College
Committee members are as follows: Agriculture
Prof. E. L. Fouts; Architecture & Fine Arts
Assistant Dean Joseph J. Sabatella; Arts & Sciences
Dr. A. C. Morris; Business Administration
Assistant Dean G. R. Sims; EducationProf. J.H.
Moorman; Engineering--Dean E. W. Jacunski; Fo ForestryProf.
restryProf. ForestryProf. P. W. Frazer; Health Related Profes ProfessionsAssistant
sionsAssistant ProfessionsAssistant Dean O. B. Thomason; Journalism
& CommunicationsDirector Rae O. Weimer; Nur Nursing-Miss
sing-Miss Nursing-Miss Jennet M. Wilson; PharmacyMr. C.
S. Haupt; Physical Education--Prof. B. K. Stevens,
and University College--Prof. P. D. Stryker.
STATE NURSING SCHOLARSHIP LOAN HOLDERS;
Scholarship funds are now available for the Winter
Trimester, 1966-67, Scholarship Section, Student Ser Service
vice Service Center.

Wednesday, April 5
Children's Concert: Band ,Univ. Aud., 12:00 p.m.
Tennis: Fla. vs. Rollins, 3:30 p.m.
Concert Band: Twilight Concert, Plaza of the Am Americas,
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Phi Sigma Sigma: Lecture, 116 Union, 7 p.m.
Fla. Speleological Society: meeting, 212 Union, 7
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Fla. Players: Antigone, Norman Aud., 7:30 p.m.
Latin American Colloquium, 324 Union, 8 p.m.
ROTC: Ft. McPherson Soldier Show, Univ. Aud.,
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Blue Beats Orange,46-20
In Wild, Offensive Show

Jackie Eckdahl, Larry Rentz,
and Harmon Wages led a power powerful
ful powerful Blue football team to a 46-20
win in a wild, offensive show Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon.
The annual Orange and Blue
contest wound up this years spring
practice for Coach Ray Graves
Gator squad.
injuries had sidelined 34 varsity
players before the contest so that
Graves put his remaining first and
second teams on the Blue squad and
all reserves on the Orange team.
The sharp passing oi senior
quarterback David Mclntosh and a

UF Coed Wins Title

Floridas Suzanne Venning cap captured
tured captured the Florida intercollegiate
womens tennis title Saturday with
a startling victory over No. 1
ranked Wendy Overton of Rollins.
Miss Venning, second-seeded in
the tourney, topped Miss Overton
4-6, 6-4, 6-4 to capture the title.
Florida finished second behind

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thrilling 68-yard pass interception
return by safetyman Larry Wil Williamson
liamson Williamson racked up all the points
for the scrappy Orange team.
Eckdahl led the Blue team to
four scores, Rentz got one, and
Wages two. Rentz played most of
the way as a flanker and caught
more passes than he threw.
An Eckdahl to Rentz TD pass
on the second offense play of the
game by Blue started the wild,
offensive show.
Other Blue touchdowns came on a
one-yard plunge by fullback

Rollins in team competition. The
University of South Florida and
FSU finished third and fourth, re respectively.
spectively. respectively.
The top-seeded team of Miss
Overton and Guiliana Peterson
downed Tish and Gwenda Adams
of USF 9-7 and 6-0 to capture
the doubles crown.

Graham McKeel, a 31-yard smash
by fullback Tom Christian, a 17-
yard sweep by McKeel, a two twoyard
yard twoyard plunge by tailback Larry
Smith, a 31-yard pass from Wages
to end Jack Coons and a 13-yard
sprint by Eckdahl.
Mclntosh hit on TD bombs of
16 and 22 yards, the first one to
Tommy Glenn and the second to
Gene Peek with 43 seconds left
on the clock.
The Blue rolled up 407 yards in
total offense with Smith getting
65 and Christian 51 on the ground
and Wages hitting 10 of 13 passes
for 130 yards in the air.
Defensive Coach Gene Ellenson
said that Wayne McCall was the
defensive standout of the game.
McCall recovered a fumble,
blocked a punt, and made many
key tackles.
Injuries have made us 15 to
20 per cent less effective, said
Graves. This years spring prac practice
tice practice has been the most disappoint disappointing
ing disappointing Ive ever been through.
Next fall,* said Graves, We
will almost have to start over.
Archery Team
Wins Meet
The Florida archery team ran
up 3,725 points here Saturday to
win the team title and both indi individual
vidual individual titles in the Second Flo Florida
rida Florida Invitational Intercollegiate
Archery Meet.
John Willis 1,250 point total
captured the mens title while Hope
Black walked away with the ladies*
top spot with 849 points.

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WAYNE McCALL AND GRAHAM McKEEL
. .19 67 Gator Co-captains
Graves Announces
Football Captains
Defensive back Wayne McCall and fullback Graham McKeel were
elected co-captains of the 1967 Gator football team.
Coach Ray Graves said Saturday that the Gator squad voted
on its captains and selected McCall, senior from Ocala and McKeel,
senior from Lakeland.
McKeel, a fifth-year UF gridder due to knee surgery that made
him sit out one season, is an outstanding blocker and ball-carrier.
McCall, a high school offensive standout at tailback, has played
as linebacker, and monster man in previous years. He has al alternated
ternated alternated as safetyman and rover this spring.
McKeel will lead the Gators on the field when Florida has the
ball and McCall when UF is on defense.

UF Baseball Squad Splits
With Red Sox Farm Teams

By 808 PADECKY
Assistant Sports Editor
The Florida baseball squad
gained a split with a pair of farm
teams of the Boston Red Sox this
weekend in Ocala.

Monday. April 3, 1967. The Florida Alii train r

Friday afternoon, Boston's
Class AA team from Pittsfield
shut out the Gators, 6-0. Jack
Withrow, David Kahn and Wayne
Rogers shared the pitching chores
for coach Dave Fuller in the loss.
But Saturday morning was a
different story for UF as the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference leaders edged
Winston-Salem, another AA Sox
farm, 2-1.
Bob Padecky, the second of three
Gator pitchers, threw the middle
three innings in the picking up the
win. Danny Orr hurled the first
three while allowing just a run.
Jack Frake finished up the last
three.
Florida scored in the fifth and
the sixth innings by the long ball.
Rufus Frazier tripled in the fifth
and came home as Richard Trapp
grounded into a force play. In the
sixth Mike Picano tripled home
Danny Orr from first base. Orr
ran for Tommy Banks, who walked.
Statistically, MikeOvcaand
Trapp lead in the Gators, 13-2
overall and 6-1 in the SEC, in bat batting.
ting. batting. Ovca owns a .294 stick while
Trapp is ripping at a .278 clip.
Kelly Prior is most successful
pitcher so far for Fuller. Prior
sports a 0.95 earned run average
and a 3-0 record while pitching the
roost innings, 29. Jack Withrow
is next in line with an 0.46 ERA
with a 2-0 record.
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I, The Florida Alligator, Monday, April 3, 1967

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AT
NEW RELAY RECORD IS SET
. .Frank Saier jumps
New Track Records
Set At Relay Meet
The UF track team set two records and finished high in other
events Saturday at the annual Record Relays at Columbia, S.C..
Gator Frank Saier won the high jump event with a 6-10 jump
and finished second in the balloting for the meets most valuable
player. Frank Gibson of South Carolina was named the MVP.
Floridas two-mile relay team of Greg Henderson, Dan Flynn,
Dieter Gebhard, and Don Hale won in 7:38 for a record.
Scott Hager and C. J. Fowlkes tied for first in the 440 interme intermediate
diate intermediate hurdles in :52.8, their best efforts of the year. Hager was
third in the high hurdles.
The 440-relay team and distance medley relay team each finish finished
ed finished fourth in their events. The distance medley relay team set
a UF record with their time of 10:19.04 while the 440-relay teams
time was :41.7.
Mike Burton finished fifth in the javelin throw and Harry Winkler
took third in discus throw. Discus ace John Morton missed the
meet date due to a pulled shoulder muscle.
The Florida freshmen won two and finished second in the four
events in which they competed.
The frosh distance medley relay team of Robert Lang, Marvin
Charvis, Bob Garvin and Kurt Westfall had a time of 10:15 to win
their event.
Ronnie Jourdan set a record high jump mark, winning at 6-6 1/2.
The sprint medley and mile relay teams finished second in
their events.

UF Golf Squad Wins
Cape Coral Invitational

The Gator golf team walked away
with its third consecutive team title
at the Fourth Annual Cape Coral
Invitational Golf Championship this
past weekend and finsihed 20 stro strokes
kes strokes ahead of second place Wake
Forest.
Gusty winds up to 40 miles per
hour on the back side of the course
caused the scores to soar.
Floridas Steve Melnyk finished
second in individual scoring with
rounds of 72-72-78-73 for a total
of 295.
Finishing first in the tourney
was East Tennessee States Larry
Record Pace Set
By Gator Teams
Operating at a record pace at
present UFs athletic program
could well become the winningest
in Southeastern Conference his history
tory history this year.
Under the leadership of Di Director
rector Director of Athletics Ray Graves
the Gators, competing in eight
intercollegiate sports, are cur currently
rently currently 89-14.
Florida teams '.ve finished no
lower than third in anySEC Cham Championship
pionship Championship held this year and should
be solid choices to maintain that
record through the four spring
sports championships.

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Hinson with a 289 total.
Gator Don Sayett finished fourth
in individual scoring with rounds
of 80-76-71-74 for a 3UI total.
Other Florida scores were: Phil
Rideout, 307; Richard Spears, 310;
David Oakley, 313; Wally Arm Armstrong,
strong, Armstrong, 314; John Darr, 318.
East Tennessee State and FSU
tied for third in team competition.
Soapbox Derby
: Ends In Wreck
The Orange and Blue Soapbox
Derby ended in a smashing wreck
as Alligator Editor Eddy Sears
was rammed by Florida Blue Keys
Barry Sinoff.
Student Body President Charles
Shepherd won the speedy race
crossing the finish line about 6
inches in front of Sears.
SinofPs racer fell apart coming
down the hill and rammed Sears
Rocket right at the finish line.
As SinofPs racer disingrated,
Sears lost control of his car and
flipped over. Both drivers only
suffered a few small scratches.
Blue Keys racer was declared
a total loss.
Rawlings Dorm won the powder powderpuff
puff powderpuff race while the ATOs cap captured
tured captured the open trophy.

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