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GOOD PROFS WANT MORE MONEY
'Sick Budget Hurting UFs Prestige

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illustrate the gap between Floridas ability
to support higher education as compared to
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Union Board Nixes Expulsion

By HAROLD KENNEDY
Alligator Staff Writer
The Florida Union Board Mqjnday
declared unconstitutional" a rul ruling
ing ruling suspending two directors from
the board and voted not to remove
them despite their excessive ab absehces.
sehces. absehces.
The board, responsible for coor coordination
dination coordination of campus activities, vot voted
ed voted 6-7 on a motion to remove Board
Director John McPhail, then de decided
cided decided in a 9-5 vote not to remove
Skip Berg, another of the boards
seven-member directorate. A two twothirds
thirds twothirds vote of board members pre present

~ By HARVEY ALPER
Alligator Staff Writer
(SECOND OF A SERIES)
Wth sanction from then-State Comptroller Ray Green,
William Elmore, J. Wayne Reitz and Samuel P. Martin
brought the possibly illegal TIAA insurance-annuity
package to UF. The prestigious foursome apparently
had the best interests of University personel at heart
in this move.
Today at least three of them face possible legal
action for this self-less effort....and they arent alone.
Reliable sources have revealed to the Alligator that

Insurance Interests To Blast TIAA?

University of Florida, Gainesville

Police Cracking Down
On f Penny Pinchers

By BILL DOUTHAT
Alligator Staff Writer
Two UF students were arrested Sunday by
campus police and charged with fradulent use of
a coin operated telephone.
The students Dennis L. Watson lUC, and Jeffery
Davidson lUC, were caught using pennies in an
East Hall pay telephone. A Gainesville city or ordinance
dinance ordinance prohibits tampering with any coin operated
machines.

sent present is necessary to remove mem members
bers members from office according to the
present Union Board Constitution.
Board by-laws forbid members
to miss more than two consecu consecutive
tive consecutive meetings upon suspension or
removal from the board. Both
McPhail and Berg have missed
three.
Union Board President Bruce
Flowers ruled in last weeks meet meeting
ing meeting that anyone absent from three
consecutive meetings was automa automatically
tically automatically suspended from the board.
A two-thirds vote of board mem members
bers members present at a meeting, he said,
would be necessary to reseat any

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member once he had been sus suspended.
pended. suspended.
Since then, it has been brought
to Flowers attention that such
action was unconstitutional, he
said. Suspension was not automatic
and a two-thirds vote was required
to remove a board member from
the board not to reinstate a
suspended member. Student Gov Government
ernment Government Secretary of Housing Jack
Zucker, a board member, moved
to remove McPhail and Berg from
office in separate votes. Both
motions failed.
Some board members believe
(SEE EXPULSION PAGE 3)

such persons as important State representatives may
also be involved in possibly illegal TIAA affairs.
It seems that one or more state-house representa representatives
tives representatives along with some Gainesville insurance agents,
are currently forwarding TIAA insurances premiums
to that companys New York offices. According to a
well informed Gainesville attorney this would clearly
be a violation of Florida Statute 626.0500, explained in
Mondays Alligator.
Apparently many UF professors hold TIAA contracts.

Tuesday, April 4, 1967

Both students posted bonds of s2ou apiece
and are scheduled to stand trial April 41.
The arrests stemmed from a complaint by
Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company
which claimed that 17,000 pennies were collected
from campus telephones during March. This re represents
presents represents a loss of about $1,500 to the company,
according to H. M. Coleman, district manager of
Southern Bell.
We have had an increasing problem with pennies,
but never of this proportion. said Coleman.

He said over 6,000 pennies were
collected in January and 8,000 in
February.
Campus police, aided by a South Southern
ern Southern Bell investigator, removed the
coin box on the East Hall phone
Wednesday night and waited for
possible violators. Since any
pennies used would be the only
coins in the phone, it would ap apparently
parently apparently leave little doubt that
the person using the phone was
guiltv.
The penny pinchers* as one
official called them, use a crude
method, but it works. According
to one of the students arrested,
a piece of paper about one-half
inch long can be inserted in the
dime slot while a penny is drop dropped
ped dropped into the nickle slot. This will
releases the dial tone relay.

However, only physicians at the Health Center current currently
ly currently get their iiaa benefits through the UFs business
office.
All other University faculty deal with TIAA either
through the mails personally or through insurance agents.
Such actions by insurance agents are prohibited by state
Law and Insurance Commissioner Broward Williams
has recently issued statements warning against similar
actions.
And local State Insurance Commissioner George Till Tillman
man Tillman apparently isn't going to let TIAA affairs pass
him by.
A secretary in Broward Williams Tallahassee offices
(SEE AGENTS* PAGE 3)

By ANDY MOOR
Alligator Editorial Editor
(SECOND OF A SERIES)
Youve probably wondered why
the UF has trouble keeping its good
professors, growing with its stu students
dents students and gaining a top-notch name
nationally.
Each-of these problems comes
from the same basic illness
lack of dollars. And UF is get getting
ting getting sicker by the year.
As the 1967-69 biennial budget
goes before the Legislature in
its upcoming session, Florida will
have a chance to cure the sick sickness.
ness. sickness. But its doubtful that any
aid will come if past trends are
followed.
The past trends are ominous
and don
and do not speak well for the
state. In many cases they have
never been exposed as the pol politicians
iticians politicians do juggling acts with sta statistics
tistics statistics to make a sad story look
glorious. Two examples of this
should suffice:
Gov. Haydon Burns noted an
increase of 19 per cent in the
higher education budget during
his reign. The national average in increase
crease increase in the same period was 39
per cent.
Florida has increased faculty
salaries, some will say, by three
per cent in the past year. The na nationwide
tionwide nationwide average increase in a like
period is seven per cent.
These are just examples of fi figure-juggling
gure-juggling figure-juggling and nothing more.
But there are some cold facts
which just wont go away, such
as:
Florida has the ability to su support
pport support higher education of any state
in the Southeast, yet it ranks No.
10 out of 11 Southeastern states
for support of higher education.
Florida universities have less
fiscal responsibility and authority
than those of any other state, lead leading
ing leading to much political meddling.
Full professors salaries in
Florida are S7OO per year less
than the average of 23 other state
universities.
The UF proposal for the 1967-
69 budget took all these deficien deficiencies
cies deficiencies into consideration. Its office
of academic affairs prepared a
28-page dossier to justify each
increase suggested. But the Cab Cabinet-Budget
inet-Budget Cabinet-Budget Commission recom recommended
mended recommended cutting the general rev revenue
enue revenue budget by 19 per cent, leav leaving
ing leaving it to the Legislature to do
the actual chopping as it always
has in the past.
The Board of Regents, whichap whichap(SEE
(SEE whichap(SEE UF PAGE 3)
Legislative Council
Meeting Tonight
The UF Legislative Council will
meet tonight at 7:30 in the Florida
Union Auditorium.
Party caucuses will be held at
7 p.m. First Party will cau caucus
cus caucus in room 116. United Party
will caucus in the Auditorium.
University Party will caucus in
room 118.



l, The Florida Aiuwtnr. Tuesday, April 4, 1967

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DEAN REMINDS PROFESSORS
No Tests During Last
Five Days of Classes

UF deans, directors and depart department
ment department chairmen were reminded
Tuesday that no examinations,
class quizzes, special projects,
or term paper assignments may
be given during the final five class
days of a regular term.
In issuing me reminder, Dr.
Roy L. Lassiter, Assistant Dean
of Academic Affairs, also noted
that take-home exams shall not
be due prior to the regularly
scheduled examination period.
Winter trimester classes end
officially at 10:05 p.m. Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, April 12 and final examina examinations
tions examinations begin on April 13.
Dr. Lassiter said the only ex exceptions
ceptions exceptions to the restriction on ex examinations
aminations examinations are the laboratory ex examination
amination examination or laboratory-type
courses where specific exceptions
from the policy have been granted

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by the subcommittee on variations
from the published schedule of
courses.
Requests for these exemptions
must specify, in the case of lab laboratory
oratory laboratory examinations, that labor laboratory
atory laboratory equipment was required
in the examination, that final lab
exams have been traditionally giv-
on the last day of lab, and the
laboratory final is not a substi substitute
tute substitute for a course final.
In the case of lab-type courses,
such as physical education, the
request must be based on the fact
that traditionally no provision had
been made in the final examina examination
tion examination schedule for such exam examinations.
inations. examinations.
The new policy was handed down
by University President J. Wayne
Reitz on Feb. 2 with the intention
of eliminating widespread quizzes
and exams that would work a hard hardship
ship hardship on students just prior to ex examination

amination examination period, Dr. Lassiter
explained.
5G Needs
Workers
interviews will be held today
for any students interested in
working for student government
during the summer.
Eileen McDargh, Personnel Di Director,
rector, Director, said Monday that jobs of
all varieties in student govern government
ment government are available for anyone who
will be at the UF either A or B
terms or both.
Students should apply in room
310 of the Florida Union where
they will be asked to fill out an
application form and take time for
an interview.

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Students leaving school for the
summer trimester and those who
are graduating are requested by
the Honor Court to furnish their
bank with a forwarding address.
Each term, a number of checks
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Expulsion
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the two were allowed to stay on
the board because of political and
social influence. This is not the
case, says Flowers. Both votes
were conducted by secret ballot,
he said, and no one had any idea
how anyone voted.
Union Board Forums Committee
Chairman George Stuart, who is
also President of Sigma Chi, said
that some board members, inclu including
ding including Berg, were members of his
fraternity ano probably vote
against expelling Berg from the
Board.

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UF Budget Causes Salary Trouble

proved the UF budget proposal
Intact, has stated its intention to
fight on the Legislature's floor
to restore the cuts.
In the past the cuts of the Bud Budget
get Budget Commission have been
basically approved without much
fighting. Never before have the
Regents taken the trouble to fight
them. So the situation has become
more critical with each biennium.
One factor must be understood
to realize why phenomenal incr^a-

ses are absolutely necessary
the fantastic growth in enrollment.
The post-war baby boom chil children
dren children have descended upon Amer America's
ica's America's colleges in droves in the past
five years, bringing unprecedented
increases in enrollment. The UF
has grown from 11,000-plus stu students
dents students in 1960 to 18,000 today.
A better illustration can be
drawn by the enrollment trends for
the entire state. Only about 75,000
students were applying for admis admission
sion admission to Florida universities and
junior colleges in 1960. That same
figure is now more than twice
that and anticipated to be more
than 400,000 by 1980.
As one studies the situation, he
can see that the size increases
Florida provides such as 19
per cent for the last biennial bud budget
get budget just aren't adequate.
It also goes without saying that
you can't attract top flight pro professors
fessors professors when your salary in increases
creases increases don't compete with those
in other states.

Agents Hit TIAA Operation

told the Alligator Thursday that
Tillman had asked Williams for an
Interpretation of statute 626.0500.
"It looks as though it is a seri serious
ous serious question, the secretary stat stated.
ed. stated.
Earlier on Thursday Tillman
told the Alligator he would start
an im mediate investigation of TTAA
affairs here and have a written
report for this publication "with "within
in "within 10 days.
"Hell, Tillman said, "if
theyre helping them (TIAA) thats

Dancer Tries Suicide

A topless Go-Go girl, currently
performing at Dubs Steer Room,
reportedly attempted suicide Mon Monday
day Monday night at about 8:15 at the Uni University
versity University Inn.
The woman was found by sever several
al several persons with her wrists slashed.
She apparently had been drinking
and is also reported to have at attempted
tempted attempted jumping off a second story
balcony at the Inn. At press time

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Florida doesn't compete with
other states on fringe benefits
or scholarships either.
For instance, the UF has no
Faculty Development Program as
do 78 per cent of other state uni universities.
versities. universities. This would guarantee
time for additional study and re research
search research of tenured professors.
Also, the Cabinet-Budget Commis Commission
sion Commission has continually used insur insurance
ance insurance benefits as a whipping boy in
paring the budget, despite the fact
that most other states offer such
benefits.
One of the biggest farces in
Florida is the Regents scholarship
fund. Initiated as a major plan,
only SIO,OOO was appropriated for
it in the past biennium. The Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Council's higher education
subcommittee is introducing a bill
to remedy this travesty. But as
of now it still exists.
There is one other factor which
probably has as much to do with
Floridas sickness as anything else
political meddling with the uni-

all she wrote. Under the circum circumstances
stances circumstances I dont see why under the
name of God they won't all be
sucked into this thing."
Tillman inferred that actions by
UF officials (he was not talking
about other possibly involved per persons)
sons) persons) were overtly illegal and that
those persons clearly responsible
for them would have to pay the
price.
Tuesday evening, March 28, a lo local
cal local insurance man who wished to
remain anonymous but who is
known to all parties involved in
the controversy, said "Broward

the woman had Deen taken to Ala Alachua
chua Alachua General Hospital,
A source at the scene of the
suicide attempt said the woman
was not in serious condition. He
said she had been drinking too
much to do herself any real da damage.
mage. damage.
The suicide attempt apparently
resulted from a fight between the
dancer and her boyfriend.

Tuesday, April 4, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

versitles.
This may be a thing of the past
now, but during the Burns admin administration
istration administration it had away of rearing
Its ugly head up. In the fall of
1965 it almost resulted in the re resignation
signation resignation of UF President J. Wayne
Reitz. Cabinet interference was al also
so also responsible for:
Deadlocking for a full year
selection of a new UF vice-pres vice-president.
ident. vice-president.
Delaying construction and
opening of the General Classroom
Building after building had begun.
I Six months delay in starting
a computerization course because
of imposed restrictions over pur purchase
chase purchase of equipment.
Higher ecucatlon in Florida is
saddled with all these burdens and
more. Whether the 1967 Legisla Legislature
ture Legislature will take any Action to relieve
them is anybodys guess.
IN WEDNESDAY'S ALLIGATOR:
The 1967-69 budget broken down
and action surrounding it thus far,

Williams would give his right arm
to kick TIAA out of Florida.
"Make 'em gejt a license or
get damn well out of the state
of Florida, the insurance man
.urged. He said he holds no cre credence
dence credence with the HAA's contention
that it 1$ a non-profit organization.
"The dogs are going to be turn turned
ed turned loose on them, he said. He
also expressed the belief that TIAA
would soon lose its federal tax
exampt status.
"Men in the city of Gainesville
work auuf handle their affairs,
the agent charged. He did not name
names, but the Alligator has iden identified
tified identified these people as other local
Insurance agent
"You are talking about millions
in this TIAA thing. People have
done murder for a hell of a lot
less than that, he continued.
In addltpon, thz wgent warned
against trusting UF officials in involved
volved involved in the controversy.
Late Monday the insurance man
called an Alligator reporter and
warned him that the Alligator and
the reporter would "be sorry if
the insurance agent's name were
used. He told the reporter he could
take the statement "as a threat
or anything else he liked.
The insurance man also claimed
The Tampa Tribune and Jackson Jacksonville's
ville's Jacksonville's Channel 4 are also inves investigating
tigating investigating the TIAA squabble. (The
Alligator learned Thursday that
Duane Bradford of Cowles Pub Publications
lications Publications has launched an investi investigation
gation investigation of his own).
And so the legal pot bolls while
everyone passes by the obvious
TIAA is unquestionably the best
Insurance company of its type in
the nation.
Wednesday the Alligator will
analyse the qualities of TIAA,
show just what makes it so good
and explain how UF has managed
to maintain the TIAA policy here.
Army Sponsors
'Show Boat ~
Show Boat, a musical variety
show sponsored by the UFs Army
ROTC department will appear at
the University Auditorium Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday at 8:00 p.m.
Members of the Third Army
area will portray the characters
In the former Broadway Hit. The
musical variety program will cul culminate
minate culminate a night of musical enter entertainm'-rt
tainm'-rt entertainm'-rt
There will be no charge for
admission.

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, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, April 4, 1967

The Florida Alligator
A h On RMtM^P^^w c^w'7ulli,
EDDIE SEARS 808 MEN AKER SIEVE 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
volee of the Alligator staff is the editorial In the left
column.
SGs Victory
Student Governments New Horizon won
a big victory Thursday.
When the Faculty Senate accepted the
direction of the Student Affairs Committee
(SAC) on student rights, it gave birth
to a new concept for Student Government.
For the first time in memory, an SG
project of controversy won the respect
of the faculty enough for it to at least
give credence to the direction in which
it was headed.
Were talking about, of course, the
Commission on Student Rights proposals
which the SAC has been reviewing fo*
the past three weeks.
When Student Body President Charles
Shepherd named the commission just days
after he took office, a lot of people
scoffed.
Student Government never does any anything,
thing, anything, a dissenter said.
The rights commission metunder stren strenuous
uous strenuous circumstances when campus feeling
on the issue was high and eruption appeared
just around the bend. Unphased, it met
for 80 hours in two weeks to offer some
concrete proposals on the code of con conduct
duct conduct and the Faculty Discipline Committee.
The Student Affairs Committee, divided
into various subcommittees took the com commissions
missions commissions report and has gone along with
much of it, despite what some expected.
The clincher came lasi Thursday, wnen
the Senate rendered an opinion, however
weak it was.
Regardless of what happens to the com commission
mission commission proposals from here as they tra travel
vel travel bare through the SAC and into Board
of Regents, Student Government has won
a major battle.
It has gained the respect of a faculty
which previously thought it to be just
a sandbox.
Great Glenn
A short young man with a voice of
wine and honey held a piece of paper in
his hand as though it were a hymal and
hypnotized 2,000 members of the audience
with Cruxification, a song from his new
album.
The man is singer Glenn Yarbrough,
whose golden voice echoed through Florida
Gym for two marvelous hours Friday
night. At the end of his performance he
received a standing ovation -- and never
has one been so richly earned.
Listening to a singer like Mr. Yar Yarbrough
brough Yarbrough makes one wonder exactly why
there are so many pop artists. We
suppose it is so they can provide a base
of mediocrity to allow a singer like Mr.
Yarbrough to stand out.
We applaud the Lyceum Council for
bringing this talented young singer to
the campus and hope that he can be
brought back for a return concert in
the near future.

SPEAKING OUT
Bombing Not The Answer

By GERALD BURTON
On Tuesday, March 28, 1967,
there appeared an article by Wayne
Boynton entitled No-Win Policy
Cruel Hoax Whose Side are We
On?. It seems to me that this
article did little more than to point
to Mr. Boyntons lack of know knowledge
ledge knowledge in the arena of world po politics
litics politics and international affairs.
Mr. Boynton advocated the use of
maximum power. In our day of
possible self-immolation, maxi maximum
mum maximum power is taken to mean nu nuclear
clear nuclear war. But avoiding the con consequences
sequences consequences of all out war, Mr.
Boynton might have meant limit limited
ed limited nuclear war with the use of
low-yield atomic weapons. The
problem here is once we get into
the area of nuclear weapons, where
is the dividing line? When do we
stop and HOW?
Even if he didnt mean nuclear
weapons, then his conclusion con concerning
cerning concerning the devastation of North
Vietnam is still ill-founded. Mr.
Boynton is confusing pre-nuclear
war a nation could try to destroy
the enemy without fear of his
pushing the button. The most
a country had to lose was pres prestige,
tige, prestige, some land, some lives, and
the money needed to pay repara reparations.
tions. reparations. Today, what we have to lose
is mankind and civilization itself.
Modern guerrilla warfare is not
primarily a military war, but
rather a political, economic, and
social one. Hie peasants in South
Vietnam (over whom this war is
being fought) have become dis disenchanted
enchanted disenchanted with their many govern governments.
ments. governments. They have been govern governments
ments governments which have only taken; they
have done nothing to alleviate the
problems of the masses. It is for
this reason that they (the mass masses)
es) masses) turn to try a different system.
When these peasants turn to com communism,
munism, communism, they are turning to just
an alternate system. When these
an alternate system, and if we
can show them a better way, then
they will turn to us. The only
way that a government can actual actually
ly actually win a guerrilla war is by alle alleviating
viating alleviating the economic and social
conditions which cause it.
It is for this reason that mi military
litary military power is not as important
in a guerrilla war as in a con conventional
ventional conventional war. In fact it is real really
ly really debatable whether the bombing
of North Vietnam is of any real
value. Look what the bombings did
to Britain during World War 11.
Rather than demoralizing and de decentralizing
centralizing decentralizing the people, it had the
exact opposite effect: It created
national unity and gave the people
a moral and spiritual strength.
The Algerian guerrilla war is
a prime example of the importance
of the political aspects of guerril guerrilla
la guerrilla warfare. The French, having
actually won the military war
against the guerrillas, still lost
the war. The reason for this was
because on the national and in international
ternational international scene, winning the wai
was virtually a political impossi impossibility.
bility. impossibility.
Mr. Boynton also says, The
only way to end the war soon
is to escalate the war to the point
where we destroy the enemy, not
exchange slaps in the face. Here
Mr. Boynton is losing sight of
the political implications of esca escalation.
lation. escalation. If we destroy North Viet Vietnam,
nam, Vietnam, a communist state, what will
happen to President Johnson's
Bridges to the East and to our
relations with Russia? How can
we expect the Russians to act as
a go-between (like our govern government
ment government wants them to) in future
peace talks, if we proceed to to totally
tally totally demolish one of her fellow
communist nations?
Yes, Americans are dying in
Vietnam, but it is not because
they are being used as pawns

in an international and/or national
hoax. It is because of the times..
because of the era of the nu nuclear
clear nuclear panic button, and the re revolutionary
volutionary revolutionary communist ideology.

And Now, GUNSMOKE: 9 Due To The Strike,
Auditing Clerk Richard Knucks will Portray
Matt Dillon
Course Juggling
Plans Rapped
EDITOR:
One student issue, which I havent read anything about, but should
be of utmost importance is the fact that when you enter a college
of your choice that you enter it under a definite fixed catalogue.
As things are here the faculty can add courses to the curriculum
any time they wish and require you to take them.
I talked to the dean of pharmacy and asked him, If I am already
in the school of Pharmacy must I take these new courses you are
adding? Yes, was his reply. What protection do we students
have against this type of action? None, the board of regents added
the courses. Any idiot knows that the board of regents may put
their approval on such action but I sure they didnt come and tell
pharmacy that they had to add courses.
Ninty-five per cent of drugs are pushed from bottle to bottle.
So for five per cent you have to go to college five years and nine
courses of chemistry.
How about student government protection here where it is need needde?
de? needde? Lets get this curriculum fixed as we enter a college!
NAME WITHELD
Florida Alligator Staff
GENE nail JIM WHITE NICK ARROYO
Editorial Assistant Assistant Managing Editor Photo Editor
STEFANIE JARIUS JO ANN LANGWORTHY
Society Editor General Assignment
Editor
Staff MEMBERS Harvey Alper, mil Douinat, Elaine
Fuller, Kathie Keim, Bob Padecky, Judy Redfern, Frank
Shepherd, Lori Steele, Joe Torchia, Harold Kennedy,
Justine Hartman, Eunice Tall, mchie Tidwell
LAB ASSISTANTS Diana Folsom, Peggy Sneider, Andre
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
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The cards have been dealt, and
we can not reshuffle the deck;
the best we can do now is to piay
the cards we have to the best
of our ability and try to win.



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38 cave diving drownings in Florida since
1960. Os these 38, seven have been UF stu students.
dents. students.
Sex Literature Banned
Literature which appeals to the lustful thought was denied
distribution on the UF campus Thursday by Dean of Student Affairs
Lester Hale.
The literature sponsored by the Sexual Freedom Forum and head headed
ed headed by UF law student Randy Sides requested to distribute four books
containing articles on free sex. The articles were: Intercourse,
a journal of Sexual Freedom; Eros Free and the Love; Sexual Free Freedom
dom Freedom Magazine.
Dean Hale in a statement on the denial of the permit said the
literature was not necessarily obsence, but in his opinion felt the
distribution was an appeal to purient intrests.
Under university policy no literature which violates Constitu Constitutional
tional Constitutional law can be distributed on campus.

Five UF Graduate Students
Win Nuclear Fellowships

Five University of Florida gra graduate
duate graduate students have recaived fel fellowships
lowships fellowships from the U.S. Atomic
Energy Commission to continue
their education in advanced nu nuclear
clear nuclear science and engineering.
The students were among 250
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INEXPERIENCE MAIN PROBLEM
Death Plagues Scuba Divers

By JOE TORCHIA
Alligator Staff Writer
(EDITOR'S NOTE: The following
article is the first of a three threepart
part threepart series.)
There were three of them and
they were underwater cave.
It was an enjoyable afternoon away
from papers and books and school.
The sun was shining, the clouds
were hiding and the water was
inviting a perfect afternoon for
SCUBA diving.
The hole before them was bet between
ween between 18 and 24 inches wide
a little tight, but they'd make it.
Maybe. And just think! theyd be
the first to explore whats be beyond.
yond. beyond. They made it this far, so
why not a little farther. Besides,
it was safe they had a line
and a light, plenty of air left and
even an experienced diver with
them..
But let us stop a moment and
describe the characters of our not notso-ficticious
so-ficticious notso-ficticious story.
They were three: the expert, the
knowledgeable and the novice. They
were UF students studious, in industrious,
dustrious, industrious, adventuresome out
for an escape from the dull routine
of student life. They joined in the
sport of thousands of Floridians:
SCUBA diving, and they were now
in an underwater cave at Jugg Hole
Spring in Columbia County. They
were 55 feet below the surface.
They were exploring.
On the way out the narrow pas passage
sage passage the expert got excited and
pushed a little harder just a
little harder, and he made it
through, but then he was out of air,
or he thought he was out of air
but he didnt know what to do
and he couldn't breathe and he
panicked. He tore off his equip equipment
ment equipment his useless equipment, his
airless equipment and headed
for the novice. And air.
They operated on the buddy
system for a moment taking
turns with the air hose but
in the excitement the expert knock knocked
ed knocked off the novice's mask. The no novice
vice novice struggled with the mask as
the expert took a couple of breaths
from the air hose and started for
the surface.
The novice was still struggling
with his mask when the know knowledgeable
ledgeable knowledgeable also ran out of air
and the knowledgeable, too, headed
for the novices precious supply
of air.
The novice replaced his face

mask and started for the top topside
side topside world. On his way out of
the cave he came across the know knowledgeable
ledgeable knowledgeable floating midway bet between
ween between the floor and the ceiling of
the underwater tunnel. The novice
held him with one arm and pulled
him along.
A little farther, more toward
the cave opening, he found the ex expert
pert expert floating near the ceiling.
Wigh the expert on one arm and
the knowledgeable on the other the
novice carried them out of the
cave and up to the surface and
land.
Mouth -to mouth resuscitation
revived the knowledgeable the
expert was dead. Twenty years
old and he was dead. Out for an
afternoon of fun and he was dead.
The novice received a Red Cross
award for heroism it was his
first time scuba diving, and he had
only seen mouth-to-mouth re resuscitation

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suscitation resuscitation done in a movie. Yes,
he was brave. And his heroism
had saved a life.
But one was dead.
When the dead man's equipment
was recovered, there were over
300 pounds of air left in his tank.
That was three years ago --
in 1964. A little too outdated, you
might think, to be mentioned now.
But less than two weeks ago
in 1967 another UF student
drowned while scuba diving in a
cave. Only he was 24 years old
and it was in Manatee Springs.
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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
s4s.oo;Table, chairs,sofa beds,an beds,antiques.
tiques. beds,antiques. Huguleys Furniture Barn.
214 NE 16th Avenue 376-0443.
'A-126-st-C)
HONDA TRAIL 55, recent over overhaul:
haul: overhaul: $135. Contact owner at 111
NW 19th St., Room 14. (A-128-
3t-P)
WEBCOR tape-recorder, complete
with tapes, SSO, also 1953 Che Chevrolet,
vrolet, Chevrolet, very good condition $l5O.
Call 376-5096 after 5 p.m. (A (A---1
--1- (A---1
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)
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)
1960 LAMBRETTA 125 cc mo motorscooter.
torscooter. motorscooter. SBS good condition;
1965 250 cc Yamaha, excellent
condition, $350. Phone 378-2986.
(A-129-4t-C)
TWO BEDROOM 10 x 42 Home Homedale,
dale, Homedale, 1966 model. Excellent con condition,
dition, condition, 8 months old. Phone Lois,
University ext. 2281, 8 thru 5
p.m. (A-129-4t-C)
1965 LAMBRETTA motorscooter
125 cc. Excellent condition. Best
offer. Call 372-9192. (A-129-3t-
C)
SELL OR RENT HOUSE TRAILER
8 x 36, two bedroom, bath, com completely
pletely completely furnished. 1955 Luxor,
clean, good condition. 3101 SW
34th St. Lot 70 Shady Nook Trailer
Park. Come after 5 or weekend.
(A-129-4t-P)
2 UNIVERSITY SOUND COLUMNS
and Atlas Stands $ 125.00; 1 Fen Fender
der Fender Echo Reverb Unit $175.00
both $275.00 excellent condition.
Call 376-4139 or 372-1554. (A (A---1
--1- (A---1
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)
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FURNISHED DUPLEX /APART /APARTMENT.
MENT. /APARTMENT. One bedroom air condi conditioned,
tioned, conditioned, 2 blocks north law school.
328 N. W. 14th St., Available
May 1. $95/mo. Call: 376-5190.
(B-129-st-C)
ROOM IN PRIVATE HOME for
mature male student. Linens and
maid service, seperate entrance,
off st. parking. Call 376-5360.
(B-127-3t-c)
MODERN AIR CONDITIONED One
bedroom apartment, two blocks
from campus, $96 per month.
Available now, couples or graduate
student only. 372-2862. (B-127-
3t-C)
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 st-C)
FOR SALE: 1966 Triumph
fire 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)
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 APARTMENT,Sublet
let APARTMENT,Sublet 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)
TWO BEDROOM Furnished studenl
apartments near campus. Low
summer rates. Call Mrs. Jones,
376-5636 or A1 Jones, 378-5682.
(B-122*-lOt-c).
FOR RENT during summer 1-
bedroom air conditioned apt. 4
blocks from campus. Modern and
quiet. Call 378-3846. (B-126-st-P)
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)
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for rent
CLEAN, MODERN, AIR CONDI_
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)
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)
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)
Looking for low cost, comfortable
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)
wanted W
ONE OR TWu male roommates
wanted. New Summit House Apts.
Air conditioned, pobl, near Med.
Center. S4O/mo, 1/4 utilities. 1700
SW 16th Ct., apt. E-2, 376-8133.
(C-126-st-C)
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WISH TO BUY AND SELL text
books. Will help you do same.
Call Jo at 376-0983. Lets or organize
ganize organize and save sss. (C-129-3t-
P)
GALS. LOVE LIFE? Drink and
frolic? Study hard? Play hard?
Older? Need a roommate? Help!
us meetcall Jo 376-0983. (C (C---129-3t-P)
--129-3t-P) (C---129-3t-P)
TWO MALE ROOMMATES for
. summer term for Village Park.
Apartment 1. S4O per month plus
1/4 utilities. Phone 378-4717 ask
for Win. (C-129-2t-C)
ONE MALE ROOMMATE for
French Quarter. Call 378-4717 ask
for Win. (C-129-2t-C)
TWO GIRLS to snare 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 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---1
--1- (C---1 3t-C)
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Interviews will be held on Campus April 2
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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-st-P)
--128-st-P) (C---128-st-P)
help wanted
LARGE CITRUS PLANT
mer work for college men. Open Openings
ings Openings for general plant workers.
Steady work, time-and-1/2 over 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-,'
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CLASSIFIEDS

Tuesday, April 4, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

help wanted
'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)
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---126-st-C)
--126-st-C) (E---126-st-C)
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, student
assistants for general research
type work. Some typing experience
helpful. 15 hours per week. Apply
Student Employment Office,Build Office,Buildlng
lng Office,Buildlng E. (E-128-3t-C)
INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTOR,
morning newspaper. Must have
SIOO deposit on bond. Good rate
plus car allowance. If interested
call Mr. Wheeler, between 4-6
p.m. 376-8985. (E-129-3t-C)
MALE STUDENT FOR PART 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)
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)
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)
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)
Don't be left
W out this year. £|||ik
Rent now for A IfrgQ.
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PROGRESS
n-1 ning.
&A economy iT. sh .::;r
rTMIfQ high standards while campaigning,
C I IIIvJ high standards in office.
Courtland A. Collier
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A Time of Choosing

autos ""j
1961 Chevrolet, radio and heater,
good mechanical condition, good
tires, need body work, best offer.
378-3967 after 6 p.m. (G-124-10t-
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1962 TRIUMPH TR6 650 cc. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition S7OO. Call 372-
0125 after 5:30 p.m. (G-129-4t-
C)
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1959 CHEVY, 6 cylinder, stick
shift, clean inside and out. Good
tires. Call Richard Daniels 372-
9454. (G-129- 3t-C)
! BEACH BUGGY lt hasn't been
started in 6 months, but it'll run
if it has a battery. I think! Built
from 1960 Morretti. (Italian) Drive
by and take a look: 627 NE 10
PL, then call 372-0083. $25. (G (G---127-3t-NC)
--127-3t-NC) (G---127-3t-NC)
real estate
House for sale. 3 bedroom, 2bath,
large fenced in yard, low interest
FHA payment. Ideal neighborhood.
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personal
TOM: THANKS FOR THE DIN DINNER.
NER. DINNER. WISH WE COULD HAVE HAD
MORE TO EAT. NEXT TIME WE
WILL HOST. THE GIRLS (J-129-
lt-P)
MANY THANKS TO THE ATOS
FOR SENDING THEIR LITTLE
SISTERS TO SERENADE US.
TEKES. (J-129-It- P)
lost-found
FOUND BLACK AND TAN PUPPY,
In P. K. Yonge area. Contact
Gainesville Animal Shelter. Phone
376-6981. (L-lt-129-C)
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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, The Florida Alligator. Tuesday, April 4, 1967

Padecky
ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR
Nobody asked me but:
Jackie Eckdahl will play more at quarterback for Ray Grave
next fall than Larry Rentz and Harmon Wages combined.
Defensive coach Gene Ellenson has got to be, next to Steve Spur Spurrier
rier Spurrier and Pam me Brewer, the best promoter at UF.
After six years of drought, Dave Fuller will win that elusive
SRC title for the first time in seven years.
That university to the northwest, in Tallahassee, still reminds
us of a home for wayward girls no matter if they try to play foot football
ball football or not.
UF swim coach Bill Harlan has got to get some Kind of award
for the person who has done so much with such little facilities to
work with.
Floridas basketball squad could have provided a better SEC re representative
presentative representative against Dayton than Tennessee did in the NCAA re rew
w rew ?*'! playoff.
If the Universi' rT of Miami would raise their entrance require requirements,
ments, requirements, its athletic teams would resemble something out of Grimms
Fairy Tales.
A few more checks into more universitys athletic departments
around the country would reveal that the recent University of Illinois
dismissal of three coaches would not be an isolated one.
UFs tennis team, playing as if it were too good to be true, still
are good enough to win the SEC championships it hosts here next
month.
When the bigwigs outlawed the dunk shot in high school and col college
lege college basketball, they took something out of the sport, instead of.
sprucing it up.
i
Basketballs Dave Miller REALLY believed that the water was
deeper.
Just for one practice anyway, Id like to see John Morton put
his 6*5, 240 frame into a football uniform. I dont know if Jimmy
Carnes would go for it, but Mortons mass of muscle would sure
scare the hell out of me.

CASH
Available
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Payday bhort Term

CrOSSWOrd by Sophie Fierman
State sobriquets .

1 Condition.
6 Dog and
Turkey.
11 Metal clasps.
16 Venus girdles:
var.
21 Articles of
Caesars
wardrobe.
22 Unworthy.
23 Cognizant.
24 Grant
extension.
25 Divorced.
26 Virginias
nickname.
28 Public square.
29 Idaho
nickname.
30 Helot.
32 Humus.
33 Froth.
35 To wit: Mas Massachusetts.
sachusetts. Massachusetts.
36 Grain
measure.
38 Mothere.
40 Be a
quidnunc.
41 Scandinavian
name.
42 Medical
suffix.
43 Springy.

1 Bachelor
parties.
2 Indian
sun helmet.
3 Chameleon.
4 Sometimes
goes with
feathers.
5 Italian name.
6 Porterhouses.
7 Softens.
8 Second-hand.
9 Foxes.
10 Pounce.
11 Winter
weather.
12 Barley
bristles.
13 Capuchin.
14 Desecrate.
15 Cugat and
Romero.

TRAVEL EXPENSE
CHECK DELAYED

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Across

46 Some flights.
48 The Great.
51 Plum.
53 Chief
magistrate.
54 Breakfast
dish.
58 Missouris
other name.
60 State of
Maryland.
62 New
Hampshires
nickname.
63 Whitney or
Wallach.
64 Exchange.
66 Go wild over.
67 Wiglet.
68 Important
one.
69 Lady
71 Knights.
73 Intimidate.
74 Gaucho
weapon.
75 Up and --.
76 Kame.
78 Imputed.
80 Train.
82 Purloin.
83 A time.
84 Puts on
payroll.

Down

16 Study late
and hard.
17 Brain wave
machine.
18 Nouveau
riche.
19 Wide Widebrimmed
brimmed Widebrimmed hat.
20 I nfluences.
27 Russian
village.
31 Vestiges.
34 City in
Oregon.
37 Ani.
39 Farm
building.
41 Theatre
section.
42 Available.
44 Garlands.
45 Nut tree.

PUZZLE

86 Keyed up.
87 Pindars work.
88 Sidestep.
90 Establishes.
92 Dam.
93 Wheeler
and Lahr.
96 Pretentious.
97 Number
called, in
dice game.
98 Tide.
100 Curb.
102 Bolt.
103 Carrots
friend.
104 Old nag.
105 Appre Apprehensions.
hensions. Apprehensions.
107 American
sculptress.
109 South Ameri American
can American hurrah.
110 Veterinarians
patients.
112 Delawares
nickname.
114 Measure
for yarn.
116 Home of
Marymount
College.
117 Victim: si.
118 Wine.

46 Ninth hour.
47 Persian poet.
48 White poplar.
49 Exceptional
things: si.
50 Nickname for
North Dak.
52 Norse poetry.
53 Forthright.
55 New England
states
nickname.
56 System of
morals.
57 Dentures.
59 Where the
hammer aims.
61 Cattle sounds.
62 Guggenheim,
Cloisters, etc.
65 Appellation
for Illinois.

LOANS
VACATION

120 Supplication.
121 No, thanks.
123 A1 Smith was
ahappy
one.
125 Half: pref.
128 Predicament.
129 Evergreen.
132 Intermediate.
133 Scottish
settee.
137 Tool.
138 Cut a saw sawtoothed
toothed sawtoothed edge.
139 Makes a cake.
141 Jasons ship.
143 Direction.
144 Articulate.
146 New Yorks
nickname.
149 Practical.
151 Hired
assassin.
152 Poker
maneuver.
153 Log-hauling
sleds.
154 Cycle or
plexus.
155 Vegetable
dish.
156 Golfing great.
157 Display.
158 In the cards.

67 Indianas
sobriquet.
70 Black cow.
72 Lorelei.
74 Faux pas.
75 Retinue.
77 Skate.
79 Ten: pref.
81 Chop.
82 Palm off.
85 Whiz.
88 Greek priest.
89 Madison
Square
Garden.
91 Thailand.
94 Veil material.
95 Young ox.
97 Old Testa Testament
ment Testament prophet,
99 Stage
apparatus.

OUT-OF-STATE PLACEKICKER
Football Team Is All-Florida

UFs football tea..i in 1967 might
set some sort of record for play playing
ing playing with home grown talent.
The Gator roster, depth-wise,
at the end of spring practice con-
Keller, Ramsey
Drafted By ABA
Seniors Gary iveue* dim Jeff
Ramsey were drafted Monday by
American Basketball Association
Teams.
Keller was chosen by Denver and
Ramsey was picked by New
Orleans.
The new ABA refused to release
what round the players were chosen
in.
Gators Lose
Winston-Salem, a Class AA farm
team of the Boston Red Sox aveng avenged
ed avenged an earlier defeat to Florida
by throwing Ed Brett past the
Gators, 4-1, Monday afternoon at
Perry Field.
UF had beaten Winston-Salem
2-1 Saturday morning but Monday
it was a different story. Brett,
an 18-year old $50,000 bonus baby,
struck out 11 of the 15 men in
the five innings he worked.
Kelly Prior took the exhibition
loss and Steve Arthur finished up
fho last three innings.

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104 Bang of hair
on forehead.
105 Incite.
106 Cocaine: si.
108 Bendy tree.

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111 Noon: Fr.
112 V. Borge.
113 Shot.
115 Ointment.
1,17 Cows agent.
119 Host.

tains 65 names and includes all
players rated as having a chance
to play next fall.
Os this 65 only four hail from
outside of Florida.
In addition, it is very likely
that all 22 starters in 1967 will
be Florida boys. The spring depth
chart lists only one boy, Eddie Fos Foster
ter Foster from Decatur, Ga., as high as
second team. He is second team
right guard on defense.
This speaks well for the cal calibre
ibre calibre of coaching and academics
in high schools in Florida, says
head coach Ray Graves. The
competition for these boys is tre tremendous
mendous tremendous because all the colleges
in the South realize they are re recruiting

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122 Unsocial ones.
124 Choicest.
125 Artists
failures.
126 Bonus.
127 On?.

129 Made out.
130 D.D.E.
131 Musical
pauses.
134 Infirm.
135 Tooth filling.

cruiting recruiting both good athletes and stu students.
dents. students. for the roost part, whentney
coroe to this state."
Graves noted, for example, that
at last count 108 high school senior
football players in the state have
received full football scholarships
for next year.
Out-state boys currently listed
on the Gator's depth roster for
next season, in addition to Foster,
are sophomore Alan Cole of De Decatur,
catur, Decatur, Ga. (third team defensive
left tackle), junior Paige Cufcllffe
of Blrmington, Ala., (third team
defensive right tackle) and senior
Wayne Barfield of Albany, Ga.,
(SEC record-holding placekicker).

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Up to S6OO
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136 Nostradamus,
et al.
138 Encourage.
139 African
antelope.
140 Traffic sign.

142 Impeach.
146 Stowe heroine.
147 Humble or
A la mode.
148 Rhubarb.
150 Hilltop.