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Leg Council To Tackle Grid Ticket Problem

By 808 BECK
Alligator Managing Editor
Student ticket problems are now in the
hands of a legislative council committee
it was revealed Wednesday by the Uni University
versity University Athletic Associations ticket com committee.
mittee. committee.
The ticket committee set the absolute
number of tickets in total to be made
available to students and dates with the
understanding that as student enrollment
increased the number of date tickets
would decrease.

The Florida Alligator

Vol. 59. No. 139

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Go, Go, Go Tonight
Susie Blabaum is a tempting reminder
that Ferrante and Teicher highlight this years
Summer Frolics tonight at 8:15 in the Florida
Gym.
16 Fingers, 4 Thumbs
To Play 'Tonight*
The sights and sounds of Ferrante and Teicher, famous
piano duo, can be heard tonight at 8:15 p.m. in the Florida
Gymnasium.
The popular pair will play their four big hits, Theme from
the Apartment, Tonight, Exodus, and African Echoes,
and will custom tailor the rest of the concert from their
favorites in five categories: from Hollywood, the Broadway
Stage, Far Away Places, the Classics, and Golden Hits. A
comedy program is also scheduled for the latter half of the
performance.
Tickets for tonights entertainment are still available.
They are on sale from noon to 4:30 p.m. today in the Florida
Union Box Office, temporarily located on the second floor of
the new Union Building, at the Record Bar on University Avenue,
or at Belk-Lindseys in the Gainesville Shopping Center.
Tickets are sl, $1.50, and $2.00 according to location.
The program is sponsored by the Dollars for Scholars Com Committee
mittee Committee and all profits will be used for their benefit.
Any person who ushers at the Ferrante and Teicher program
this evening will receive a free ticket to the event. Those in interested
terested interested are asked to call the Florida Union.

Findings of the Athletic Association
ticket committee showed that there had
been a sufficient number of student and
date tickets for all home games in the
past except homecoming.
The committee also assigned a set
number of tickets to be made available
to student dates.
The maximum number of date tickets
for home games will be 4,000 except
homecoming during which 6,000 will be
made available.
The breakdown in distribution to block
seating groups and independents will be
handled by the Group Seating Committee

University of Florida, Gainesville

MCCAMMON SAYS
Lack Os Funds May
Hurt Student Aid

By DIANE DEVINE
Alligator Staff Writer
A requested SBBO,OOO for student
aid may fall short because of
unmatched funds, George McCam McCammon,
mon, McCammon, Dollars for Scholars chair chairman,
man, chairman, said Thursday.
The money comes from the fed federal
eral federal governments matching funds
program. To qualify for the pro program,
gram, program, UF must supply one-tenth
or SBB,OOO of the total by June
1968, Daniel B. Wilder, Jr. Stu Student
dent Student Financial aid officer, said
Thursday. The government will
supply the other $792,000.
But UF must pay $30,000 by
Sept. 1, to receive $300,000 for
loans in the fall. The financial
aid office is expected to raise only
SIB,OOO by then. About SIO,OOO
is expected to come in from the
Ferrante and Teicher show and
other sources.
That leaves the fund short about
$13,000, McCammon said. Count Counting
ing Counting the governments matching
funds, this means that students
may lose $130,000 for loans.
If UF continually fails to suppiy
one-tenth of the money they ask
for, the government may even eventually
tually eventually drop them from the pro-
Union Dining
Room Closed
The Arrendondo Room will
not open until May 28, a week
from Sunday. Robert W. Over Overton,
ton, Overton, director of food services,
said that technical difficulties
have made it impossible for
the Florida Unions new res restaurant
taurant restaurant to open this Sunday.
Winners Named
The holders of Ferrante and
Teicher tickets 820, 896 and 1329
will see the dual pianists tonight
free of charge. Refunds for the
winning tickets may be obtained
at the Florida Union Box Office
from noon until 4:30 p.m., or at
the gymnasium box office before
8 p.m.

created by the Legislative Council last
year.
The group seating committee has not
yet worked out the distribution guidelines.
Student Body President Charles Shep Shepherd
herd Shepherd and Legislative Council Floor Leader
Greg Johnson, both committee members,
were both hard at work together Thursday
on new seating policies.
Standing all night in line and waiting
for tickets will also be eliminated accord according
ing according to new policies set down by the
Athletic Association committee.
Tickets will be sold at random. A stu student
dent student who stands in line all night might

gram, McCammon said.
In the past, the Alumni and
Athletic Associations have been
heavy contributers, he said. Alum Alumni
ni Alumni gave $20,000 last year. So far
this year, both associations have
not committed themselves.
McCammon plans to discuss the
seriousness of the problem with
the President of the Alumni Asso Association
ciation Association and faculty leaders soon,

Auditorium Work,
Grad School Set

Plans for a new Graduate School
of International Studies and a reno renovation
vation renovation of the University Auditor Auditorium,
ium, Auditorium, including air-conditioning,
are near completion, Arnold Butt,
UF consulting architect, said re recently.
cently. recently.
If the Legislature chooses to
fund this building, Butt said,
plans and bidding would be ready
to go in July.
Planning money for the building
was authorized by the 1965 Leg Legislature,
islature, Legislature, while at the same time a
grant of $400,000 was given the
school by the Office of Education,
according to Butt. Money for the
building will come from these
sources as well as other state
sources, he said.
Its location, connecting on the
north side of the Auditorium, was
decided three years ago. Its four
floors will be approximately 200
feet long and 60 feet wide.
The building will have 114 5 by 8
cubicles for graduate students,
12 seminar or meeting rooms,
and 63 offices. The first two floors
will be seminar and teaching areas
and upper floors will be used for
offices and study area for faculty
members and graduate students
in international studies.
The graduate building will have
a tile roof and cast stone that
will tie in with the existing build building,
ing, building, said Butt. Window treatment
will also be in line with the old
auditorium he added, and the bal balcony
cony balcony of the old building will be
brought back into use.
Besides air-conditioning in the
auditorium, Butt said the stage

find himself buying tickets on the 5-yara
line, while a student that picked up tickets
at 3 p.m. the next day might get 50-
yard line seats.
Students will be required to accept the
ticket they draw and not return to the
end of the line hoping for a better pick.
Ticket lines will remain open until
everyone in line has gotten a ticket.
Students will be able to pick up two
tickets providing they have the ID cards
of their dates.
Georgia game ticket refunds must be
claimed in Jacksonville by each indiv individual
idual individual student.

Friday, May 19, 1967

he said.
I plan to ask them for their
support, said McCammon, both
in ideas and financially.
Wilder emphasized that his of office
fice office was making no effort to
squeeze money from students.
Students must realize that con contributions
tributions contributions are voluntary, Wilder
said. No one is obligated to
donate.

will be reshaped, dressing rooms
added, a new stairs built, contin continental
ental continental seating added, and a large
scale elevator that can move a
grand piano up to the stage area
would be installed.
Butt said the new building should
take 16 months to one and a half
years to build.
New Face
For Plaza
The Plaza of the Americas will
get a complete re-landscaping in
September, Joe Hilliard, SG Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of the interior said Mon Monday.
day. Monday. A flat concrete circle, 100
feet across, will highlight the
Plaza.
Student government and the UF
Physical Plant Division will al allocate
locate allocate money for the landscaping,
which was designed by both. Hil Hilliard
liard Hilliard said that Ahmed A. Rod Rodriguez
riguez Rodriguez from the Plant Division was
a major designer.
The circle will a three-part
construction with outlets for light lighting
ing lighting and public address system. The
fireproof center will be built bas basically
ically basically for bonfires, Hilliard said,
and the outer rim of the green greentinted
tinted greentinted circle will feature mosaic
designs representing various
countries.
When the landscaping is com completed,
pleted, completed, Hilliard said the plaza will
have sidewalks from every direc direction,
tion, direction, lined with trees and bushes,
that will lead to the circular center.



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!, The Florida Alligator, Friday May 19, 1967

Journalism Student, School
Win National Awards

Mrs. Geraldine Brown has been
awarded second place national hon honors
ors honors in the Hearst Newspaper Writ Writing
ing Writing Contest, the Alligator learned
recently.
In the same contest, the UF
School of Journal ism and Commun Communications
ications Communications placed third in the overall
excellence of its participating stu students.
dents. students.
Mrs. Brown received her award

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M iss Wauberg Contestants
To Be Introduced Tonight
Entrants in the Miss Camp Wauburg contest will be introduced
at the Ferrante and Teicher show tonight.
Any group may sponsor a girl in the contest if she is a full fulltime
time fulltime student with a 2.0 average.
Prizes include tickets to Fall Frolics, Gator Growl and Accent.
Deadline for applications is Wednesday, May 24.
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for excellence in investigative
news reporting. She had placed
in the top ten twice in the six
monthly contests for her series on
race relations which appeared in
the Gainesville Sun and an article
on the social life of UF Negroes
printed in the Alligator.
Mrs. Brown graduated from the
university this April and is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to begin working for the St.

Petersburg Times.
Holding to the tradition of placing
consistently higher than any other
journalism school in the nation,
the UF school won third place this
year for overall student winning
in the monthly contests.
The UF journalism school has
been entering the Hearst contests
since 1961 and has never placed
lower than sixth nationally, isaid
Hugh W. Cunningham, journalism
professor and local contest chair chairman.
man. chairman.
The standings are as follows:
1961-62, fifth; 1962-63, fourth;
1963-64, second; 1964-65, first;
1965-66, sixth, and 1966-67, third.
In accepting the first place award
in 1965 from President Lyndon
B. Johnson, UF President J. Wayne
Reitz remarked, I would rather
be here to win this award for our
students journalism excellence
than see our football team first
in the nation.
Past national winners from the
UF include Harold Rummel, who
is presently the Washington cor correspondent
respondent correspondent for the St. Petersburg
Times; Carolyn Dart, now a re reporter
porter reporter for the Florida Times-
Union; Charles Reid, a Today re reporter
porter reporter in the Cocoa-Melbourne
area, and Patricia Wilkinson, a
Gainesville freelancer.
The UF schoolhopefully soon
to be named a college by the
Board of Regentshas had many
local winners in the Hearts monthly
contests.
Included in these for this past
year is Roland Scott, who was
awarded second place for spot
news reporting on the Pam me
Brewer affair.

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UF Research Chemical Warfare?

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By ANN BARDSLEY
Alligator Staff Writer
Are UF researchers engaged
in developing chemical and bio biological
logical biological warfare weapons?
An article by Seymour M. Hersh
in the May 6 New Republic
magazine claims that millions of
dollars are being spent each year
by the Department of Defense for
chemical and biological warfare
studies. UF was listed as one of
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more than 50 collefes and uni universities
versities universities receiving grants for such
research.
Yesterday, university officials
denied Hershs charges of UF
incolvement.
Dr. V. R. Learned, Director
of Sponsored Research and Dr.
Harry H. Sisler, Chairman of the
Department of Chemistry, flatly
stated that UF is not involved in
chemical warfare research.
Dr. Sisler told the Alligator that
The Department of Chemistry is
not doing any research on chemi chemical
cal chemical warfare agents. At this time
we have no intention of doing so.
It does not fit in with our pur purposes,
poses, purposes, which are to advance hu human
man human understanding of the chemi chemical
cal chemical world.

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Chemical warfare substances,
Sisler explained, are already
known. It would contribute nothing
to the advancement of knowledge
to conduct any chemical warfare
experiments. Sisler said he would
have to give it a great deal of
thougnt" Delore accepting any such
projects in the future.
Lurried said that he knew of
no research projects that could
be directly applied to chemical
and biological warfare.
It is hard to tell, he explained,
just what the Department of De Defense
fense Defense will do with the knowledge
gained from such projects, be because
cause because they are very basic.
The same experiment might
be used for chemical warfare or
a cure for cancer," he pointed out.
Learned said that the UF usually
accepts only very basic research,
not application oriented. Further Furthermore,
more, Furthermore, the projects are supposed
to involve a teaching mission. He
said it would be very hard to find
students with security clearances
to work on secret projects. A
contract for research clearly lead leading
ing leading to some chemical or biological
weapon would probably be refused,
he added.
Learned noted that the research
contracts give the school the right
to drop a program if it becomes
classified.
Most of the few classified pro projects
jects projects now being carried on by UF
researchers date back to World
War 11. They involve chemistry,
Learned explained, Only as a bat battery
tery battery in a flashlight does.
Learned said that some colleges
and universities perhaps half a
dozen" might be heavily engaged
in defense experiments of the kind
described in the New Republic
article. The other schools, Florida
included, carry on far less spec spectacular
tacular spectacular projects. The great ma majority
jority majority of the secret defense pro projects,
jects, projects, he said, are handled by pri private
vate private industry.
A listing of 16 U.S. Army-spon Army-sponsored
sored Army-sponsored UF research projects in include
clude include a study of the biting flies
of Costa Rica and Salvador'*, bi bipropellant
propellant bipropellant aerospace nuclear pro propulsion
pulsion propulsion reaction", the pharma pharmacology
cology pharmacology of anti-malarial drugs",
and a structural integrity study".
None were found with chemical
warfare titles.
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(Prepared by the members of
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congregation, June 19, 1966.)
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ity community in this compact:
to worship God,
however known,
to welcome into our church
those of differing under understanding
standing understanding and theological
opinion,
to learn from our religious
heritage yet to grow by
seeking new dimensions of
truth,
to follow, even imperfectly,
the way of Jesus
in personal involvement
with each other
and strengthened by this bond
to act in Christian concern
for the welfare of all men.
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OF GAINESVILLE
is affiliated nationally with the
United Chutch of Christ,
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from the 1957 merger of the
Congregational Church with tha
Evangelical & Reformed Church.
Its Sunday services are held at
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1402 W. University Ava.
9:45 Worship service
10:45 Coffaa break
10:55 Seminars for adults and
Sunday School for children.
Rev. Kenneth Stokes, Ph D., pastor
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Mrs. Patricia Brams Wins
SIOO Jefferson Essay Award

Patricia Craig Brams of Miami
Beach, a doctoral student in the
College of Education and mother
of three children, has been selec selected
ted selected to receive the SIOO Thomas
Jefferson Essay Award.
The award is prsented annually
to a University student who writes
the best essay on the topic, Thom Thomas
as Thomas t/efferson and the Modern
World.*
Mrs. Brams, who has completed
one year in the Foundations of
Education Departments doctoral
program, is married to Eugene
Brams, who received his doctoral
degree from the College of Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture in April. Their three chil children
dren children are Jolie, 12; Craig, 9, and
Matthew, 4.
Mrs. Brams is the daughter of
Mrs. Florence Craig, 4025 Inidian
Creek Drive, Miami Beach.
Thomas Jefferson and John
Dewey: Partners in Experiment
is the title of the prize-winning
essay. Mrs. Brams work is a
collation of the writings of Dewey,
pointing out similarities between
viewpoints and methods of the two
men.
Mrs. Brams noted, Dewey
transported Jeffersons viewpoints
into the modern world and educa educational
tional educational practice. The experimental
methods Jefferson used in creating
a democratic structure were used
in solving individual problems.

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of America, sponsor of the contest.
Mrs. Brams essay was selected
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Dr. Allen Sievers, Department of
Economics. Dr. Manning J. Dauer,
Department of Political Science,
is chairman of the Thomas Jef Jefferson
ferson Jefferson Award Committee.
Rehearsals
Open For
'Mistress l
Rehearsals are now in progress
for the Florida Players summer
production The Mistress of the
Inn.
Starring in the rollicking Italian
comedy are Jim Richardson as
Captain Ripafratta, a dyed-in-the dyed-in-thewool
wool dyed-in-thewool woman hater who is taunted,
tempted, and finally transformed
by Mirandolina, the Mistress of
the Inn, played by Carol Boyd Per Perley.
ley. Perley.
The bawdy eighteenth-century
romance will also feature Carl
Strano as the Marquis, Bill Per Perley
ley Perley as the Count, Bob Boyd as
Fabrizio, John Runde as the Cap Captains
tains Captains servant. The production
will be directed by Dr. Gil Lazier.

MORE ANIMALS THAN ACTORS

Players Barn Bites Dust

By LORI STEELE
Alligator Staff Writer
When is a barn not a barn?
When it is a loft . the Florida
Players loft, that is.
Originally a mule barn, The
Loft, will be torn down as soon
as the campus theatrical group
moves into their new theater,
named after retired Professor H.
P. Constants, next to the Florida
Union. A familiar sight to many
in it spicturesque spot between
Grove Hall and Broward Field
and adjacent to the Architecture
and Fine Arts building, The Loft
has been deemed a fire hazard
and an eyesore.
r
The barn was empty except
for a mule or two and hay when
we moved into it in 1948. We
only had the upstairs, which was
really a hayloft, and agriculture
had the downstairs, said Pro Professor
fessor Professor Constants, past head of the
speech department and founder of
the Florida Players.
But the barns history begins far
before the Florida Players started
using it for scenery making and
storing.
One old timer, who came to
UF in tells how the mule
barn housed about eight mules
used by the College of Agriculture
students. In fact, mules were still
being used in the 1930s as at attested
tested attested to by the fact that 60 mule
teams were used to excavate Flor Florida
ida Florida Field when it was built.
The mules were replaced in the
early 1940s by a Farmall cub
tractor. The machines acces accessories
sories accessories were kept in one end of
the mule barn along with other
farm machinery until the Florida
Players moved in.
Built in 1907, Mrs. Zareh
Pirenian, the former Lillian Le Leland,
land, Leland, remembers even more be because
cause because she used to play in the
barn when her father was the
superintendent of agriculture pro projects,
jects, projects, a job he held for 26 years.
Just a baby when her father

came to UF in 1915, Mrs. Pirenian
later spent many idyllic years
growing up on campus. Quite lit literally,
erally, literally, she spent her childhood
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Shepherds Constitution Threat
To Legislative Power-Johnson

By JAMES CREWS
Alligator Correspondent
The new constitution presented
by President Charles Shepherd
effectively eliminates to the
Student Constitution Com mission a
balance of power between the exec executive
utive executive and legislative branches of
student government, Greg Johnson
said in an interview recently.
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of one man could be exercised ir irresponsibly
responsibly irresponsibly to the great detriment
of the campus, the majority lead leader
er leader of the legislative council said.
Since Shepherd did not win con control
trol control of all branches through elec election,
tion, election, he is trying to establish his
power by rewriting the constitution
to his own liking, Johnson said.
Johnson acknowledged that Shep Shepherd
herd Shepherd had presented some good
ideas, and that some executive
changes are needed, but he dis disagreed
agreed disagreed with weakening the legis legislative
lative legislative council.
-The president should be given
veto power over the regular bud budget
get budget since this is a means to im implement
plement implement his policy, Johnson said.
He should have no veto over spec special
ial special requests which should be out-

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side the scope of his policy.
Rather than reduce the legis legislative
lative legislative council, ten additional re representatives
presentatives representatives irom campus living
areas should be added, making a
total membership of 80. Reappor Reapportionment
tionment Reapportionment would recognize recent
growth of campus residency, es especially
pecially especially in the new towers, he
added.
Johnson objected to Shepherd's
proposed election date change to
the spring term because it would
be practically impossible to
pass any budget in the time allot allotted,
ted, allotted, and very few student leaders
would be on campus during the
fourth quarter.
Johnson said that he hoped the
legislative council would arrive
at some compromise with Shepherd
and pass the constitutional amend amendments
ments amendments in time for the fall elec elections.
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Gators Lair

In 40 Places
If you enjoy reading the Alli Alligator,
gator, Alligator, youd better set your alarm
early on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Mr. Brenten G. Myking, Student
Publications Manager, said the
circulation office receives several
complaints each morning from stu students
dents students saying the papers havent
been dropped off. Actually, theyre
just gone.
Myking said the staff may be
getting the papers before the stu students
dents students start to class. Only 8,000
Alligators are being published
twice weekly this summer.
During the regular terms there
are 43 drop-off points on campus.
This summer there are 40 points
because of vacant dorms. Drop Dropoff
off Dropoff points Include the Segal Building
downtown, which is a part of the
university.
The distribution points are:
Campus Club, Building **R, In Infirmary,
firmary, Infirmary, Hub, Rolfs Hall, Newall
Hall, Info. Services, Flint Hall,
Floyd Hall, Main Library, Ander Anderson
son Anderson Hall, Matherly Hall, Law
School, Tlgert Hall, Peabody Hall,
Alumni Affairs, Walker Aud.,Gen Aud.,General
eral Aud.,General Classroom Bldg., Norman
Hall, AFA Bldg., Rawlings Hall,
McCarty Hall, Frazier Rogers,
Police Station, Jennings Hall, Med Medical
ical Medical Center, Flavet ID, Corry Vil Village,
lage, Village, R.O.T.C. Bldg., Engineering
Bldg., Florida Gym, Williamson
Hall, Florida Union, Leigh Hall,
Circulation, Segle Bldg., Yulee
(A-term only).



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, The Florida Alligator, Friday May 19, 1967

The Florida
A Ii Ow Rum. PLi/Hlt Twt.
JIM WHITE 808 BECK
Editor Managing Editor
Harold KENNEDY BILL DOUTHAT
Executive Editor Assistant Managing Editor
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The Tickets
This week the Athletic Association
football ticket committee with the ap approval
proval approval of student government dumped
the major problems of football seat seatinto
into seatinto the hands of the Legislative Coun Councils
cils Councils Group Seating Committee.
The question of how many tickets
students will receive this fall has been
odved. And we believe fairly.
Ticket distribution has been im improved.
proved. improved. No more lines, no more
waiting.
But the old problems of block seat seating,
ing, seating, what group gets what date tickets,
do students with wives get a break,
and homecoming date ticket allocation
remain to be solved.
Fall classes start after the first
game has been played. During B-term
most of the members of the committee
will be gone.
We hope the Group Seating Commit Committee
tee Committee will get the job done now, without
petty disputes, and done on a fair
basis in order to avoid confusion and
frustration in the fall.
Student Vote?
The first day of battle is nearly
over, and our student leaders tell
us we may get a tuition increase
forced down our gullets.
Shepherd, UF Student Body
Prescient, came home from Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee determined, he said, to pres pressure
sure pressure for an 18-year-old vote clause
in the state constitution which is
now being revised.
One reason, he said, for the appar apparent
ent apparent defeat is that students are not
really being represented in state
government.
The legislators, the cabinet, and
the governor all represent the voters.
And the overwhelming majority of
college students are not 21. Not
voters.
We had not sanctions--no real
power--to bring to bear in Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, Shepherd said. Our only
hope was an appeal to conscience
and reason.
We can only hope he placed much
emphasis upon reason.
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Second Thoughts On UF Coeds

By ALLEN PIERLEONI
Alligator Correspondent
Mindless mechanical recording man mannequinsthey
nequinsthey mannequinsthey never sweat, they never
go to the bathroom, and blemishes
or halitosis would be unthinkable for
these ultra-in darlings of Ole Flor Florida.
ida. Florida.
I pass one on the street--a sweet
young thing, mini-skirted, tight tightsweatered,
sweatered, tightsweatered, wide-belted, long-haired.
I look into her eyes, searching for
a sign of life or awareness.
None.
Stare straight ahead, lovely zombie.
Don't let people know you are alive.
A brush of shoulders, a departing
smell of perfume--gone. She has nei neither

OUR MAN HOPPE
T Love Lurleen

Good morning, friends in television televisionland.
land. televisionland. It's time for another chapter of
I Love Lurleen," that rollicking situ situation
ation situation comedy which asks the question:
Can an improbable married couple
achieve a happy state? If the wife
governs it?
As we join Governor Lurleen this
morning she's at breakfast. That's
her husband, George, going through
the mail. George is unemployed.
* *
GEORGE (triumphantly holding up a
letter): Look at that! It says I can
count on their generous, secret finan financial
cial financial support if only I'll carry out
my threat to run against that no nogood
good nogood LBJ for President.
LURLEEN: Why, thats right fine,
dear. Whos it from, the Republican
National Committee?
GEORGE: Nope, the Democratic Na National
tional National Committee. Seems the pools show
I'd drain off the Republican vote and
make that no-good LBJ a shoo-in.
LURLEEN (squeezing his hand):
Don't you fret, dear. I'll support you,
win or lose.
GEORGE (angrily): What do you mean
youll support me if I lose? Is that a
crack?
LURLEEN: Heavens, no, dear. I
just meant that as Governor, I'll al always
ways always need a man whp's handy around
the State. You know, somebody to
pass out bouquets to the poor folks
and maice awards to schoolteacnexs

ther neither seen nor heard nor understood.
Always the pursued and never the pur pursuing.
suing. pursuing. Unapproachable, out of reach
as Fellini once phrased it, "You are
as high as a Gothic steeple."
I talk to one. Make time. "Whats
your name?"
"Cynthia."
"Cynthia what?"
"What?"
"Your last name. Whats your last
name?"
"None of your damn business."
Perhaps if I owned a Ferrari or
Jag, or maybe if I had the "touch."
But what corpse would respond to
status? And what exactly is the
"touch?" Never learned that from any
book.

and maybe beautify the highways.
GEORGE (furious): Handyman! Now
dont you go forgetting who brought
this State into our marriage. And just
because I let you run it for a spell .
What's this? A bill for two new free freeways
ways freeways and a molassas cracking plant?
I dont recollect you asking me if
you could buy any new freeways.
LURLEEN (near tears): Oh, I dont
know what to do. I work night and
day trying to make this a nice little
State for you to come home to, a
warm, secure power base . And
I was going to let you cut the ribbons.
GEORGE (mollified): Cut the rib ribbons?
bons? ribbons? Well, I do like cutting ribbons.
There, there, I reckon I should stay
home more and help you around the
State. Now, lets see, why dont you
run off to the schoolhouse and stand
in the door and after that .
LURLEEN (nodding glumly as George
rattles off several dozen instructions):
Yes, dear. No, dear, Yes, dear. Is
that all, dear? Well, now, dont you
worry any more about me. You just
run along for President and Ill be
praying night and day that you win.
GEORGE (pleased as he goes out
the door): I can tell somehow, honey,
that you really mean it. When Im in
the White House, Ill write you every
day. With detailed instructions.
LURLEEN (pouring herself a second
cup of coffee with a sigh of relief):
Theres no nicer time of day than
when you get your husband off and
you got the whole State to yourself.

Kidnap one and teach her what soul
is. Entice her into my car with promises
of wax lips and licorice stickselectric
elephants and kicks, baby, kicks.*
Bundle her off to a shack in the woods
and force her to learn.
Bound hand and foot in a chair, her
hair still in place after the scuffle
(ah! always in place, even during a
hurricane!), she stares straight ahead.
How to begin todays lecture?
It is beautiful to feel. You must
feel, I say to her. Soul over mind mindyou
you mindyou must understand.
Her stare shifts and she looks at
menot into meand begins the ex expected
pected expected speech that is labeled Response
To Phiosophical Idea in her tape taperecorder
recorder taperecorder mind.
Groovy. Fab. Gear. In, baby, in.
Her eyes click-click back to their orig original
inal original position. No change in facial ex expression.
pression. expression.
Look, I say, do you know why
I kidnapped you? Do you understand
my motive? This time her head snaps
to the side, her eyes stare at me.
Kidnapping is a federal offense
punishable in the state of Florida
by life-imprisonment or by capital
punishment. Consider,, if you will, the
implications of the famous court case
of ... I turn her head around and
the machine shuts off.
What to say to her to make her
understand the difference between liv living
ing living for existing and living for living,
and how feeling is more important to
learning than thought.
How about a recital ofCrimes of
Passion*? I ask her. Marquis de
Sade has a lot to say for perversion
and sadism. Or perhaps some Miller
or Southern or Genetthere are some
saints of evil for you. Our founding
fathers all.
But she wont buy it. They feel!
They know! They sweat and stink and
have pain and pleasuresthe teachers
of the essence of life.** Perhaps I
should club her with a leather phallus
and explain the origin of comedy in
the theatre.
The tape-recorded in her head auto automatically
matically automatically selects the appropriate re recording,
cording, recording, entitled Pornography In Con Contemporary
temporary Contemporary Literature.** Again the
stare, and the lips begin to move, the
tongue forming verbal explosions and
pushing them out of her mouthwords
drooling down into a pool of sense senselessness.
lessness. senselessness.
I turn the machine off again, wonder wondering
ing wondering if she would scream if I cut out
her tongue. No. Machines dont have
feelings. One final attempt before the
end.
What is considered an illusion is
more real than what is considered a
reality. Is the meaning registering
with her? That is, illusion and reality
are interchangable. Does that mean
anything to you?* No reply. Apparantly
no suitable tape.
Do the artstheatre, literature,
poetry, music, artdo they mean any anything
thing anything to you? Do you discover anything
about yourself when you explore these
realms?
The machine turns on again, and
my mannequin begins: James Joyce Joycestream
stream Joycestream of conciousness. Earnest Hem Hemingway
ingwayshort Hemingway sentences, tends to make
and not describe. Strindberg--father of
the theatre, whats on the other side
of the mirror is the same thing that
is on this side. Picassomany styles,
may be compared to . .*
Enough!. I scream. I cut her bonds
and she runs to the door. She looks
back and stares at me. She doesnt
see me. It is the duty of every cit citizen,
izen, citizen, she says, to report all crimes
that have been committed to the author authorities
ities authorities at once, and to aid the police
in bringing to justice all law-breakers
involved. t
She runs out the door and through
the woods. She will run straight, to
the police station and report me for
kidnapping. What about the crimes that
no one witnesses?** I ask the empty
room. Who will report those?** I sit
and wait for the police to come, com comforted
forted comforted by knowing that at least they
will take me alive.



RUSSIAN REFUGEE: PART 111

EDITORS NOTE: Cvetan Todo Todorov
rov Todorov continues the story of his
arrest, trial, imprisonment and
escape from Communist Europe.
In his first column, Todorov sought
to explain his view of the free
world, and his second dealt with
his arrest in Bulgaria. Here, he
continues with the story of his
imprisonment.
By Cvetan Todorov
On either side of my room were
Other political prisoners. I never
saw their faces but I came to know
them well via Morse code tapping
on the walls.
(Editors note: As readers of
Arthur Koestlers Darkness at
Noon know, most educated East
Europeans learn Morse Code at
an early age.)
A 17-year-old Bulgarian girl,
Nikolina Petrova, was in the room
to my right.

CAMPUS BEAT

Gainesvilles mini-Haight-
Asbury, the Pub, announces in
block letter on its window that LSD
may be purchased for only 25 cents.
This cheap trip comes as a shock
since the Florida Legislature only
last week passed a bill by 108-1
banning the drug. Gainesville
hippies must have been disappoint disappointed
ed disappointed dissenters when they learned
that the Pubs LSD was really
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illegal stuff.
As Gov. Claude
was boarding his
long black lim limousine
ousine limousine after Er Erika
ika Erika christened a
shrimp boat in
St. Augustine
Saturday, he
turned to the
boat owner's son
and said, I am
sorry to hear

you are going to Chapel Hill (U.
of N.C.) next year Randy. I wish
we could keep you in Florida."
With Kirk pushing for a $l5O
per; quarter tuition in Florida uni universities,
versities, universities, it isnt surprising that
Randy would choose the SBB brand.
This weeks Mother Goose award
is presented to all those nervous
nellies who copped out of "Blow "Blowup"
up" "Blowup" when going got in the rough.
These moralists, who apparent apparently
ly apparently forgot that the scene had aes aesthetic
thetic aesthetic value, turned off and stalked
out.
The high cost of campus living
will take another leap in Septem September
ber September with the inauguration of the
quarter system and the anticipat anticipated
ed anticipated $l5O tuition hike. Data from
the College of Business Admini Administration
stration Administration show dorm residents who
were paying sl3l for two trimes trimesters
ters trimesters will now pay $1,713 for three
quarters. The study, using 1964
as the base year, predicts the cost
of off-campus living will jump
from $1,490 to $1,975 a $485
hop. Greeks can expect a S4OO
increase in the cost of attending
the UF and married students in
campus housing can look forward
to a $558 increase. Hardest hit
will be off-campus marrieds with
a $738 addition to their yearly liv living
ing living expenses.
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can find more places to hide the

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260 Days In A Bulgarian Pri son

The first night of my imprison imprisonment,
ment, imprisonment, she called me.
Who are you?*
I gave her my name.
Why are you here?*
I told her about myself.
She said she was going to die.
I have worked against them. I
translated material that was a against
gainst against them into English.*
Dont tell me that.*
Anyway, I know that they will
kill me. I am only 17 years old,
and I want to live. But I will never
do what they want. I am not
going to give them any names.
If I die, you remember me,
promise?*
Nikolina, I dont want you to
die. I want to see you. I will see
you, some time somewhere. They
will send you to jail; not kill you,
and I will see you again.
We conversed, tapping on the
wall, until she interupted me.
Hey, you are making mistakes
in the code. Do you cry? Dont

forbidden nectar than campus cops
can find reasons to issue parking
tickets. Iced beer in the toilet
tank, wine in the clothes hamper,
and bourbon in the bushes are only
a few.
The annual Smokey Bear-Mr.
Clean award goes to the School
of Journalism, Florida Gym, Nor Norman
man Norman Hall, the main library et.
al, for being the most compliant
with the no smoking rule on cam campus.
pus. campus. Those with the most ob observable
servable observable violations were engineer engineering,
ing, engineering, Floyd Hall, the law school
and others. The survey, taken
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ter trimester spurred a memo to the schools
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be crazy, Ven; never cry. Do they
beat you?
No.
If they beat you, dont cry.
They are sadists. TTiey like you
to cry, to say please. But you
must never do this. Hate Com Communism.
munism. Communism. They are something
dirty, dirty, brutal. I cant be believe
lieve believe they were born of mothers.
Do they beat you, Nikolina?
O, they beat me, but I never
cry. They branded the shape of
an English flag upon my back.
But I still didnt cry.**
You are made from steel, Niki.
I cant be like you. I am a lazy
mothers boy.
But she made me promise not
Why Arent
Negroes In
UF Sports?
EDITOR:
Last week the University of Miami
announced that it will play a bas basketball
ketball basketball game with Florida A & M
next February 10. The agreement
between the two schools was hailed
on the front page of the Miami
Herald of 5/11/67 as the first
regularly scheduled major sports
event between a big southern uni university
versity university and a Negro school.
It must be embarrassing to that
other big southern university in
Gainesville, Florida that it lags
behind, to the detriment of both
sports and democracy.
Those of us who saw the Gators
crush Northwestern University
last fall remember seeing the first
Negro football player ever to play
at Florida Field. The first touch touchdown
down touchdown there by a Negro was scored
by Woody Campbell of Quincy,
Florida. Campbell was attending
Northwestern at the time. Its
too bad all year the Gator
backfield lacked breakaway speed.
I wonder if our Athletic Depart Department
ment Department ever tried to recruit Woody
Campbell.
(SEE "NEGRO" PG. 11)

to trust our jailers. If you must
die, do it for your country and its
people.
For 67 days, Nikolina did not
answer my signals. I was wild
with grief. I had fallen in love
with a girl I had never seen...
and now would never meet.
I heard later she had been shot
in August 1961.
Days passed and I was moved
to a new room. A message was
scrawled in what looked like blood
on the wall of my new quarters.
It read: Friend, tonight they
will kill me. My name is Alek Aleksandra
sandra Aleksandra Doicheva. I am 32. I
worked for the USA; the Commu Communists
nists Communists have killed my husband and
children.
Read and remember this: For
17 years Communism has ruled the
eight million people of Bulgaria.
They have killed 427,340 people
and given 242,300 years of prison
terms in jails and concentration
camps.
Bulgarians, your country is in
its darkest period of history. Fight
the Communist yoke; fight for free freedom.
dom. freedom. Russians go home. Let there
be no more brutality, no killing,
no prisons. Let there be friendly
relations with the USA and western
democracy. Stop the Asian red
brutality.
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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

for sale
Air conditioners (All sizes) in including
cluding including perfect fits for Diamond,
Schuht, and Corry Villages. Over
400 satisfied students. Local Com Company,
pany, Company, local service. Sudden Service
Fuel Oil Co. 907 SW 3rd. St. 376-
4404. (A-136-ts-c)
New and used furniture AND An Antiques.
tiques. Antiques. Huguleys Furniture Barn,
214 NE 16th Avenue. Open Sun Sundays
days Sundays from one to five. Regular
hours: H:3O thru 6:30 P.M. (A (A---134-lOt-c)
--134-lOt-c) (A---134-lOt-c)
LOOKING FOR A GIFT THATS
DIFFERENT? See our unusual jew jewelry
elry jewelry designs made up in Brazil
using semi-precious stones and 18
carat gold. Rings, pins and ear earringscharms
ringscharms earringscharms from Italy and the
Joya Papier-Mache. See at Rio
ImportsUniversity In n Lobby-
Daily after 6 P.M.-Phone 372-
5189 any time. (A-135-st-p)
CUSHMAN, 61, 8 hp, SCOOTER.
Thrown rod, otherwise good. Sev Several
eral Several new parts just added. Make
me an offer. Contact Mike, Room
136, East Hall. (A-136-3t-c)
PRACTICALLY NEW Hollywood
bed full size $25; tape recorder
with remote control $25; 372-5269.
(A-136-3t-C)
ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA,
9th Edition, Published in 1872
$1,500.00 481-2051. (A-136-st-c)
AIR FORCE CRASH HELMET (full
side protection) with recessing sun
visor. Only $25. 376-9786. (A-137-
st-C)
HEAVY DUTY TRAILER. Truck
chassis with Chevy wheels, run running
ning running lights and safety chains.
Easily adapted to boat or other
use. Runs true at high speeds.
376-9786. (A-137-st-C)
EARLY AMERICAN 7-piece dining
room set never used, $l6O. One
Kay guitar $25; portable sewing
machine $35 with stand; All kinds
of tools; 372-1565. (A-138-It-C)

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AKC, 376-6470 after 6 p.m. (A (A---1
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BOOSTER (8 to 1) FOR TV PIC PICTURE.
TURE. PICTURE. Will serve up to 4 sets;
only sls. Also 3 Yagi antennas
(for channels 2,4, 12) and 30
ft. mast for sale. Call 376-9786.
(A-137-st-C)
HONDA 305 DREAM; 1965; only
3200 mi; fiberglass saddlebag;
mirror; helmets; perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Call 372-7054 after 5:30p.m.
(A-137-2t-C)
CLASSIC GUITAR, new condition,
steel reinforced neck, sounds like
a SIOO guitar. S3O or best offer.
Call 376-1155, 7-10 p.m. (A-138-
lt-P)
WEDDING GOWN size 9, A-line,
peaudesoie with lace applique. Save
SSO. Call 378-4041 afternoons. (A (A---1
--1- (A---1
FOR SALE: 8 by 32 foot trailer
with cabana, air conditioned, see
Lot F-5, Hillcrest Park. Call 376-
0270 after 5 P.M. Best Cash offer.
(A-138-2t-C)
66 SUZUKI *lso SPORT, 3,800
miles, been treated right. Must
see to really appreciate. Best
offer takes it. 378-4944 (A-139-
3t-nc)
for rent
Two and Three bedroom furnished
apartments. Each with living room,
dining room, kitchen combinations.
Private bath and entrance. Lights
and water furnished. Four blocks
from campus. $75 and SIOO per
month. Phone 372-9704 or 378-
5811. (B-134-ts-c)
Large bedroom, near University
with private bath. Phone 376-
0404. (B-134- 5t- c)

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SUBLET attractive air condition
one bedroom furnished apartment.
Phone 376-3096 after 5:30 P.M.
(B- 136- st-c)
One bedroom apartment for rent.
1/2 block from campus. No Pets,
No children, phone 376-5043. (B (B---135-lt-c)
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Garage Parking, three blocks from
campus, $lO per month. Call 378-
3291 or 372-8840. (B-134-10t-c)
LUXURY ONE BEDROOM furn furnished
ished furnished apartment. A/C, pool,avail pool,available
able pool,available June 1 for summer or longer.
$ 96.00/mo. 372-5413. (B-137-
3t-C)
AIR-CONDITIONED ROOM, pri private
vate private entrance, utilities and linen
furnished. Kitchenette. Men only.
SSO/mo. 372-1565. (B-138-lt-C)
ACROSS STREET FROM TIGERT
two bedroom apartment, fur.
private parking, private entrance,
one bedroom, ideal two or three
students. Leased until end of Aug.
your parogatlve to keep Septem September.
ber. September. Available now, 372-3915 after
5 P.M. or 372-4791. (B-138-3t-C)
FURNISHED DUPLEX three
bedroom for Term 3 B, summer,
or yearly. sllO per month, use
of swimming pool. Also efficiency
apartment at 1513 NW sth Avenue.
Pool, S7O per month during sum summer.
mer. summer. 376-4353 (B-138-ts-C)

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fortable comfortable and convenient Across
from University Available now.
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FOR SEPTEMBERroommate to
share spacious carpeted, one bed bedroom
room bedroom home. Very quiet neighbor neighborhood,
hood, neighborhood, four blocks North of Ma Matherly.
therly. Matherly. Steve, 378-3977. (B-138-
lt-C)
FOR RENT: 10 by 52 two bedroom
trailer on large shady lot Mic Micanopy
anopy Micanopy Area. Ideal for Students.
Phone 466-3300, Mrs. Brown after
4:30 P.M. (B-138-4t-C)
TRAILER SPACES FOR RENT,
peaceful and quiet country living.
25 minutes from University. Large
lots, reasonable. Phone 528-3184.
(B-138-3t-C)
FOR RENT: 1965 Parade Home
for RESPONSIBLE couple. Auto.
Washer-Dryer, dishwasher, C a/c.
$l5O month plus utilities, June,
July and August. Call after 4 P.M.
weekdays, anytime weekends. (B (B---138-st-C)
--138-st-C) (B---138-st-C)
FREE RENT July and August if
occupancy begins May and June.
Large 2 bedroom furnished duplex,
quiet area, walk to campus, 376-
6494. CB-136-2t-C)

Friday, May 19, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

wanted
TWO GRADUATE STUDENTS OR
MARRIED COUPLE, one child wel welcome
come welcome to share large home. Pri Private
vate Private living room, kitchen, 2-bed 2-bedrooms,
rooms, 2-bedrooms, bath. 376-4395. (C-138-
ot-C)
FEMALE JUNIOR NURSING STU STUDENT
DENT STUDENT wants 1 or three roommates
1967-68. Contact Candy Nanusu Nanusuthakis,
thakis, Nanusuthakis, 6320 Grant Street, Holly Hollywood,
wood, Hollywood, Florida. (C-138-lt-C)
WANTED: ONE PRIVILEGED
character to take Arlenes Place
B-Term. If you can replace Ar Arlene,
lene, Arlene, stop by Apt. 75 French Qua Quarter,
rter, Quarter, Poolside apt. TV, stereo,
3 phones, and reducing equipment.
Call Eilene at 378-5497. (C-138-
3t-nc)
WANTED: Two or four room mates
needed immediately for Landmark
Apt., B. Term. Call: 378-5809
after 6 p.m. (C-137-3t-C)
NEED SURFBOARD RACKS, No
questions asked. Call 378-5030.
(C-138-H-P)
help wanted
PART TIME. Build your own job
to fit your own schedule. Must
own or furnish Volksbus or sim similar
ilar similar vehicle. Contact Ray Welch.
376-6943 evening only. (E-136-
2t-C)
HELP WANTED Resident Stu Student
dent Student in Corry Village and Fla Flavett
vett Flavett HI for Dry Cleaning Agent.
Must have own car. See Mr. Smith,
S&S Cleaners, 372-4184. (E-136-
3t-C)
HELP WANTED: Secretary to head
Air Force ROTC. University of
Fla., must qualify Sec. n level.
Apply Central Employment Office,
Bldg. E, Ext. 2645. Equal Op Opportunity
portunity Opportunity Employer. (E-137-7f-C)
NEED MONEY? Earn SSO-S4OO
monthly. Spare time-part time-full
time. Phone 378-5947 after 6 P.M.
or before 10 a.m. (E-135-4t-c)
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RECEPTIONIST-BOOKKEEPER
one girl office, 5 days 8-5 P.M.,
Must have some experience. Ewing
Photoprint Service. 305 N. E. First
Avenue. 378-2436. (E-137-st-c)

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help wanted
NEED SITTER for 8 year old
beginning June 5, Monday thru
Friday 8-5 P.M. MUST BE DE DEPENDABLE
PENDABLE DEPENDABLE AND RESPONSIBLE.
Preferably located in Little wood
area. Phone University extension
2832, 8-5 P.M. ask for Mrs. Keefer
and 376-8592 after 5:30 P.M. (E (E---138-7f-nc)
--138-7f-nc) (E---138-7f-nc)
SECRETARY -- immediate open opening,
ing, opening, 25 hours a week 10-12 A.M.
and 1-4 P.M. Apply in person.,
Hlllel Foundation, 16 NW 18th
St. (E-138-2t-C)
NEED MONEY? Can you sell?
We need college representatives.
Quality Sportswear. Box 1345
Lincoln, Nebraska. (E-138-st-P)
A GOOD JOB FOR STUDENT is
being Desk Clerk at Manor Mo Motel.
tel. Motel. Prefer Sophomore of junior
student. Apply in person between
7 A.M. and 2 P.M. Monday thru
Saturday. 2325 N. W. 13th St.
(E-137-4t-c)
autos
1965 Chevrolet Impala, two door
hardtop, Power steering, power
brakes, automatic transmission
14,000 miles. Phone 376-9508. (G (G---135-st-c)
--135-st-c) (G---135-st-c)
1962 Volvo 1225 4 door sedan.
Perfect condition $950. See at
1103 SW sth Avenue or call 378-
4445. (G-136-st-c)
1965 CHEVELLE SUPER SPORT.
V-8 automatic. Clean inside and
out. Call Peter Swan 372-9307.
(G-136-lot-C)
54 WHITE FORD in good condition,
55,000 miles. Original owner, must
sell immediately. 372-2296 be between
tween between 10-11 P.M. (G-136-3t-c)
FORD RANCH WAGON 1960, good
running condition. $195.00. See in
Florida Book Store parking area.
(G-137- st-C)
TR 4 ROADSTER, 1964, white
with black top, wire sheels, WSW
Premimum tires, heater, seat
belts, $1,050.00. Call 376-3211
ext. 5706, after 8 P.M. and week weekends,
ends, weekends, 475-2215. (G-136-3t-c)

autos
TR-3 IN GOOD CONDITION; red
1961 model; has radio and heater
and good top. Asking $550 or best
offer. Call 376-2370. (G-136-3t-C)
1962 COMET 4 DOOR, standard
shift, radio, heater, S4OO. Call
376-3527 (6-10 P.M.) or Ext. 3201
Mrs. Williams. (G-137-3t-p)
GETTING MARRIED, must let go
a 1966 Chevy II Nova. Will sac sacrifice;
rifice; sacrifice; Take over payment, SI6OO
balance owed. Call Larry 372-
9370, room 192 after 7 p.m. (G (G---138-It-P)
--138-It-P) (G---138-It-P)
55 CHEVY; V-8! automatic; S2OO.
Also 650 Triumph Bonneville S4OO.
378-2259 after 5 p.m. (G-138-
lt-C)
GOING TO DAYTONA? Drive a
car with personality. 1951 Mercury
SW-Woody, SSO or best offer. 378-
6323 (G-138-st-C)
personal
WANTED: A few hundred more
students to enjoy Spudnutsthe
bigger donut thats better. THE
SPUDNUT DONUTSHOP 1017 West
University Avenue, Open 'til mid midnight.
night. midnight. (J-134-lot-c)
SUNDAY IS THE 239th ANNIVER ANNIVERSARY
SARY ANNIVERSARY OF PLATO'S BIRTH. All
Hellenophiles are asked to observe
the occasion by cogitating on the
eternal for several hours. Plato
mihi unus instar est omnium. (J (J---138-lt-P)
--138-lt-P) (J---138-lt-P)
PHI KAPPA TAU PARTY: Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9-1. Open to all Greeks.
Featuring the Maundy Quintet.
$2.00 a couple. (J-139-lt-nc)
NEED TUTOR IN ATY 306. Stu Student
dent Student who obtained grade of B or
higher in course acceptable. 372-
6832. (J-138-2t-C)
Join The Whisperjet Set
Be An Eastern Air Lines
Stewardress
Travel and get paid for it!
Meet interesting new people!
Train free in beautiful Miami!
To qualify for consideration
you must be a college graduate,
single (widows and divorcees
with no children considered),
20 years of age (girls 19 1/2
may apply for future consider consideration),
ation), consideration), 5'2" but not more than
5'9, weigh 105 to 135 in pro proportion
portion proportion to height, and have at
least 20/40 vision without
glasses (contact lense wearers
may apply provided uncorrected
vision is not more than 20/200).
Local Interviews Will Be Held
Date: 23 May 1967
Time: 9 AM to 4 PM
Place: Fla. Univ., New Fla.
Union G 22
See: Mrs Betty Lawton
NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE!
Or Write To:
Supervisor
Stewardess Recruiting
Eastern Air Lines, Inc.
Miami International Airport
Miami, Florida 33148
An equal opportunity em employer
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The Florida Alligator, Friday May 19, 1967

Orange and

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

Friday, May 19
Naval Officer Recruiting: testing, 355-and 356 Union,
8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Chess Club: Chess Games, 118 Union, 7 p.m.
Summer Frolics: Ferrante and Teicher, Fla. Gym,
8:15 pm.
Bent Cafd Coffee House: entertainment, 1826 W.
Univ. Ave., two shows nightly, 9:30 and 11:30 p.m.
Admission 50?, free coffee.

MEMORIAL DAY: Tuesday, May 30, is an of official
ficial official holiday for non-teaching faculty and non nonacademic
academic nonacademic personnel. Memorial Day is not a stu student
dent student holiday and classes will be conducted as usual.
Since certain activities must continue without inter interruption,
ruption, interruption, arrangements are to be made for the oper operation
ation operation of such services with the minimum staff ne necessary.
cessary. necessary.
ARTS & CRAFTS CENTER: The Arts & Crafts
Center has moved into its facilities in the new
Florida Union and is operating under expanded hours.
The new hours will be 2-10 p.m. Monday through
Thursday; 2-5 p.m. Friday; and 7-10 p.m. Sunday.
All students, faculty, staff and their families are
invited to visit the Center and participate in its
activities. Registration is now underway for the spec special
ial special classes and workshops to be held during the
Spring Trimester. Classes offered include:
Beginning Ceramics: starts May 16 with 8 ses sessions
sions sessions for an $8 fee; Tuesday and Thursday, 7:30-
9:30 p.m.
Beginning Jewelry: starts May 17 with 8 ses sessions
sions sessions for an $8 fee; Wednesdays, 7)30-9:30 p.m.

CLASSIFIEDS

services
FAST AND ACCURATE TYPING
done in my home. Currently em employed
ployed employed as Secretary 111 on campus.
Reasonable rates, 372-7938 after
5:30 P.M. (M-138-lt-C)
NEED TO FULFIL A LANGUAGE
REQUIREMENT? Tutoring French
and Spanish. Certified teacher.
Call 378-4802 between 7-9 P.M.
ask for Mrs. Stepp. (M-136-st-c)
BABYSITTING by day, week, or
hour. 376-2052. (M-138-st-C)
Babysitting Loving care for
your child in my home, day or
night. Experienced mother, fenced
yard. 378-5003. (F-134-10t-C)

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Administrative Notices

services j
V AND E AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR
SERVICE. Major and Minor engine
work, brakes relined. Reasonable
rates. 372-4669 for appointment or
estimate. (M-136-st-c)
RUGS A SIGHT? Company coming?
Clean them right with Blue Lustre.
Rent electric shampooer sl. Lowry
Furniture Co. (M-138-lt-C)
ALTERATIONS of all kinds on
mens and womens clothing. Mrs
Dora Mannokian, 35 years of ex experience,
perience, experience, 24 hours service on
R.O.T.C. Uniforms. Phone 376-
1794, or see at 1824 NW First
Avenue. (M-134-st-c)

BLUE BULLETIN

Campus Calendar

Saturday, May 20
Gator Sail Club: meeting-training program, Lake
Wauburg, meet 10:30 a.m. in lobby of Florida Union.
Program Office: duplicate bridge, 118 Union, 1:30 p.m.
Movie: Sail A Crooked Ship, Union Aud., 7 &
8:45 p.m.
Rawlings, Tolbert and Jennings: Dance, Jennings
Hall Recreation Room, 9 p.m.
Bent Card Coffee House: entertainment, 1826 W. Univ.
Ave. two shows nightly, 9:30 and 11:30 p.m.
Admission 50?, coffee free. 1

Childrens Arts & Crafts Classes: ages 6,7 and
8; starts June 12 with 8 sessions for a sl2 fee (all
materials included); Monday and Wednesday, 9:30-
11:30 a.m. Ages 9, 10, and 11; starts June 13 with
8 sessions for a sl2 fee (all materials included);
Tuesday and Thursday, 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Batik Workshop: starts May 15 with 4 sessions
for an $8 fee (all materials included); Monday 7:30-
9:30 p.m.
Silkscreen Workshop: starts May 17, with 4 ses sessions
sions sessions for $8 fee (all materials included); Wednesday
2:30-4:30 p.m.
Advance registration is requested to insure a place
in these classes. Call 376-3261, Ext. 2084 to sign
up or for additional information.
MISS WAUBERG CONTEST: Applications now are
available in the Student Activities Center on the
third floor of the new Florida Union. Applications
must be returned by Wednesday, May 24, 3 p.m.
MATH BUFFS: Anyone interested in participating
in lectures, discussion groups, etc., concerning mathe mathematics
matics mathematics please leave their name and phone number
in the Mathematics Office, Room 205, Walker Hall,
or call Richard Spool, vice president of Pi Mu
Epsilon, at 378-6583.

J lost-found J
GOLD RELIGIOUS MEDAL AND
CHAIN. Lost 5-4-67 on campus.
Call 376-8473 after 6 p.m. Re Reward.
ward. Reward. (L- 137-2 t-C)
real estate
DESIGNED BY U. OF F. 2 years
old, two bedroom, two tile bath,
paneled family room, Cyprus pan paneled
eled paneled Florida room, kitchen with
skylight, all built ins, CH and AC,
carport, walled yard, on dead end
street. $18,500. 372-0328. (1-137-
2t-C)

ADDRESS ALL ADMINISTRATIVE NOTICES AND GENERAL
NOTICES TO DIVISION OF INFORMATIONAL SERVICES

Sunday, May 21
Florida Cinema Society: The Red Shoes,* Union
Aud. 7 & 9 p.m.
Monday, May 22
International Committee: Dr. Nabagopal Das, The
Public Sector and Indias Economic Development,
Union Aud., 8 p.m. Reception following in Union
Lounge 123.
FLORIDA UNION BOX OFFICE: On sale today,
Ferrante and Teicher and Dick Gregory, students,
faculty and staff-50?, all others SI.OO.

UFOs: Dr. Stranges, Director of National Invest Investigations
igations Investigations Committee on U.F.O.s will lecture and pre present
sent present films Thursday, May 25, in the Medical Center
Auditorium, at 4 p.m., 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Admis Admission
sion Admission is sl.
SPEECH SCREENING TESTS: All teacher education
majors, regardless of college enrollment are re required
quired required to satisfy the speech screening requirement
BEFORE being admitted into the Advanced Pro Professional
fessional Professional Sequence or enrolling in EDS 400, EDE
400 and the elementary block (EDE 300, 301, 302).
Students expecting to enroll in these courses in
m B or in September, 1967 must satisfy this re requirement.
quirement. requirement. Students expecting to be certified to teach
English are required to take SCH 201; they do not
need to take the speech screening test. Screening
appointments are available only during a three weeks
period and will not be available during the third
trimester. Appointments are now being made in Room
124 Norman Hall. Tests will be given May 16, 18,
23, and May 25.
PROGRESS TESTS
Students in the following courses are expected to take
these tests. Each student must bring a No. 2 lead
pencil and will be required to use his SOCIAL
SECURITY NUMBER.
CBS 261 PROGRESS TEST (Spring A): Tuesday,
May 23, 7 p.m. in Walker Auditorium.
CBS 262 PROGRESS TEST (Spring A): Tuesday,
May 23, 7 p.m. Students whose last names begin
with: (A-K0 report to 101 Little Hall; (L-Z) report
to 109 Little Hall.
MS 208 PROGRESS TEST (Spring A): Thursday,
May 25, 7 p.m. in Walker Auditorium.
CSS 111 PROGRESS TEST (Spring A): Tuesday,
May 30, 7 p.m. in Walker Aud.
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Negro to join the new wave of
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standup comics, will appear on
campus Wednesday, May 24 at
8:15 p.m.
He is being brought to campus
by the Florida Union Forums Com Committee
mittee Committee and will speak at the Uni University
versity University Auditorium on the subject
of civil rights.
One of the most refreshing per personalities
sonalities personalities of our time, Gregory
uses his original satirical mono monologues
logues monologues and first person anecdotes
to express the struggle and hopes
of his race. His plea is not only
for the rights of Negroes but
for all human beings.
Born in St. Louis, Missouri
in 1932, Gregory learned the mean meaning
ing meaning of poverty at an early age.
The second of six children, his
father left the family when Gregory
was a small child.
I was on relief from 1932-
1950/ he recalls.
Gregory held numerous odd jobs
in his youth ranging from filling
sand bags on the Mississippi River
to loading shells at a steel plant.
In school he became the base
drummer in the band and although
his grades were poor, he became
president of his senior class and
a track star.
What could be called the begin beginning
ning beginning of his show business career
came in 1958. Gregory slipped an
announcer five dollars to let him
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on Chicagos South Side until he
was fired for asking a two-dollar
raise.
His wit is the chief instrument
used by Gregory to poke fun at
both black and white. His philoso philosophy
phy philosophy can best be summed up in his
own words:
Laughter is the best way to
release tension and fear.
Admission for the appearance
of Dick Gregory will be $.50 for
students and faculty and SI.OO for
general admission. Tickets are on
sale at the Florida Union Box of office
fice office on the second floor of the
Florida Union.

Negroes in UF Sports

(FROM PG. 7)
When I attended South Broward
High, I always wanted to see Tuck Tucker
er Tucker Frederickson and Cyril Pinder
in the same game. Os course we
never played Attucks High School
because it was Negro. Pinder, at
210 lbs and 9.7 in the 100, went to
Illinois. Did Coach Graves ever
make him an offer?
Readers of the Alligator last
trimester may recall Assistant
Sports Editor Bob Padeckys claim
that even though it is a one sport
conference", the SEC has a foot football
ball football record so outstanding that we
dont really need any Negroes. Not
many other conferences can boast
of any better, he wrote; and any anyway,
way, anyway, until the Negro is accepted
into the Souths society, he wont
be accepted into our sports.
Lets not object on the grounds
that politics, racist or otherwise,
belongs on the editorial page, not

Friday, May 19, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

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... to appear here

on the sports page. Thats not
the point.
You know, if the SEC and UF in
particular could land some of Flo Floridas
ridas Floridas fine Negro high-school ath athletes,
letes, athletes, why we might become a two
or even a three-sport conference!
Howard Porter, who may be the
greatest high-school basketball
player in the country, is going to
Villanova next year. He played
for Sarasota Booker. Or what
about Elbert Crumbs jump- shoot shooting
ing shooting from 25 feet in the State
Tournament last December? He
was only a junior. Freddy Good Goodman
man Goodman can high jump 6-8, and
all-Negro Miami Jackson mile milerelay
relay milerelay team on which he ran did
\3:20 at the Florida Relays.
Does the UF Athletic Depart Department
ment Department offer scholarships to Ne Negroes?
groes? Negroes? Tulane, Miami and Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky now have Negroes on fresh freshman
man freshman teams. Do we?
When will UF play Florida A & M
in any sport? The University of
Miami just contracted to play a
football game with Georgia Tech
in September of 1977 so if our
schedule is booked that far in ad advance,
vance, advance, now is the time, to think
about playing football with A & M.
Or maybe a track meet with South Southern
ern Southern University.
Does the UF Athletic Department
care to comment?
Rick Martin, IMD

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!, The Florida Alligator, Friday May 19, 1967

UF Actors Try Egg Cream In New York

By ANN BARDSLEY
Alligator Staff Writer
Breaking into the theater takes
luck, ambition, talent, and some sometimes
times sometimes something else as well.
Like egg cream.
Egg cream, a Brooklyn soda con concocted
cocted concocted from eggs, chocolate soda,
and seltzer water helped get two
UF students a chance at a dra dramatic
matic dramatic career with Screen Gems
in New York City.
Erika Schott and John Runde,
both 4ED were among six UF stu students
dents students invited to visit the Screen
Gems agency in New York for

Its Whats Happening r aby!

Ferrante and Teicher are mak making
ing making the biggest news around cam campus
pus campus this weekend. Tonight they
will present Sights and Sounds
at the Florida Gym beginning at
8:15.
These talented gentlemen are
considered by many to be the
worlds foremost instrumental in interpreters
terpreters interpreters of cinema music. All
benefits received from the con concert
cert concert go for the Dollars for Scholars
program.
Tickets are still available at the
Florida Union, the Record Bar,
and Belk- Lindsey.
Rumor has it that Mitch Ryder
will be signed for B-term Frolics
In July. The Frolics may be com combined
bined combined with a weekend dance and
pre-show dinner.
* *
Saturday night the Phi Taus
are hosting a party open to all
Greeks. The party will be at the
Phi Tau house and will feature
the Maundy Quintet. The admission
will be $2.00 per couple and the
party begins at 9:00 p.m. and
goes till 1:00 a.m.
* *
Saturday night Jennings will host
an open dance downstairs in the
recreation room. The dance is
sponsored jointly by Rawlings,
Tolbert, and Jennings Halls. It
begins at 9 and runs till 1 with
the music supplied by the Better
Half.
* *
Saturday night at the movies in
Gainesville will feature: Georgy
Girl at the Plaza theatre; Blow-
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auditions, casting, and screen
tests. They made it with a com combination
bination combination of audacity and Brooklyn
cooking.
Runde, who lives in Daytona
Beach, heard that Eddie Foy 111,
a Screen Gems actor and talent
scout, was holding auditions for
new talent at Daytona Beach Jun Junior
ior Junior College. He told Erikd. and
the two practiced a scene from
Tennessee Williams This Prop Property
erty Property is Condemned. They chose
a dramatic passage, but played
it for laughs, Runde with a British
accent and Erika in pure Brooklyn Brooklynese.
ese. Brooklynese. Foy was so puzzled by their

by jean mamlin
Alligator Society Editor
Society of Film Critics), at the
Center; The Blue Max at the
State, and The Alamo at the
Florida.
The Gainesville drive-in theatre
will show Morgan and the Su Suburbia
burbia Suburbia will feature Born Free.
The Roaring Twenties Saturday
night will have music provided by
The Beloved.
* *
Beginning Saturday, student gov government
ernment government will sponsor a bus service
to Wauberg. The bus will stop
at three major locations including
the Florida Gym at 1:10, the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union south entrance on Radio
Road at 1:12, and Jennings Hall
at 1:15 p.m.
The bus arrives out at Wauburg
at 1:40 and starts back for the
campus. at 5 p.m. This service
will run through Wednesday, May
31 on a trial basis. If it is suc successful,
cessful, successful, extra runs might be added.
* *
A special pin is about to be
seen on campus; it is the Florida
Players insignia. Members should
begin to wear the pins by the end
of the summer.
The Florida Players will open
with their summer show The
Mistress of the Inn on June 7.
The comedy, written by Carlo
Goldoni, will be the last Flori Florida
da Florida Players production to be held
in Norman Hall Auditorium. Fu Future
ture Future plays will be presented in
the Constans Theatre across from
the Florida Union.
All those interested in working
on the upcoming production are in invited
vited invited to stop by room 354 Tigert
Hall for information concerning the
play.

act that he stopped to talk with
them after the audition.
Foy turned out to be a Brooklyn
man himself, and told Erika that
hed love to have an egg cream
again, but couldnt find any place
outside of New York that served
them.
Yesterday morning Foy held ta talent
lent talent auditions at UF. In came
John and Erika, carrying a home homemade
made homemade glass of egg cream. They
did their scene from This Prop Property
erty Property is Condemned-, playing it
straight this time, and then did an
improvisation of a bored girl and
her date on the subway.

* *
Zeta Phi Eta, the speech arts
fraternity for women, held its first
meeting of the summer at the home
of Kathy Taccolini, president, Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Other officers for the sum summer
mer summer are Thelma Mossman, vice
and Pam Mclntyre, treasurer.
The sorority will continue to
work on the presentation of their
play, The Elf Himself. The next
meeting will be 7:00 p.m., Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, May 28.
* *
Judle Head, a recent Florida
graduate and member of Zeta Tau
Alpha sorority, recently wrote a
special p)aper for an occupational
therapy course which was selected
to be read in front of the national
organization. Judie will fly to Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, Mass, and present it to the
national meeting of the occupa occupational
tional occupational therapists this summer.
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four other UF students; Jim Nor Norman,
man, Norman, Carl Strano, Sarah Jo Mc-
Ginnis, and Trudy Ratner, invited
them to go to New York for tests
and tryouts.
Runde and Miss Schott will be
going to New York as soon as
we get the money and hope to
eventually get into television and
movie work.
Runde, 20, recently appeared
in A Touch of the Poet, and is
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personnel chairman for the event.
Lanier told the Alligator that
secretaries and assistant chair chairmen
men chairmen are needed, plus workers and
organizers for Gator Growl, the
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only as successful as the people
who work for it. The response of
the student body up until now has
been good, but more students are
needed, Lanier said.
He urged any interested students
to inquire at room 312 of the new
Florida Union.

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Senior students interested in the
Army Officer Candidate School will
be able to obtain information from
a team of Army personnel on cam campus
pus campus May 22 through May 24. The
Army personnel will be located
both at the Student Booth and at
the Florida Union from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
Guidance to interested male stu students
dents students will be given by Second
Lieutanant James D. King, an OCS
graduate and a member of a spec special
ial special Third Army team* Captain
Karen M. MacFarland, Women's
Army Corps of the Jacksonville
Recruiting Main Station will give
guidance and counseling to inte interested
rested interested female students.

Zucker Committee
To Help Roomies

By ARLENE CAPLAN
Alligator Staff Writer
Selecting a roommate may be a
lot easier in the future. Jack Zuck Zucker,
er, Zucker, secretary of housing, has or organized
ganized organized a committee to investigate
possible reforms in the way stu students
dents students living in the dormitories can
select their roommates.
The Roommate Policy Commit Committee
tee Committee consists of eight members,
including faculty, staff and stu students.
dents. students.
At Wednesday's meeting the
committee discussed moving to towards
wards towards a computerized system of
selecting roommates, Zucker
said.
A questionnaire will be sent
out to students planning on living
in the dorm, Zucker said. He
explained that personal questions,
such as what time would you ex expect
pect expect your roommate to go to
sleep, and If your roommate
smoked would this bother you?
would be included on the ques questionnaire.
tionnaire. questionnaire.

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Lee Ann Draud In
Saturday Contest

By ANTHE RANDALL
Alligator Staff Writer
University of Floridas Lee Ann
Draud is one of four coed finalists
from Florida competing in the Na National
tional National College Queen Contest on
May 20. The contest aims at se selecting
lecting selecting a coed who displays cer certain
tain certain outstanding qualities. The
contestants from each state are
evaluated primarily on their schol scholarship,
arship, scholarship, activities and interests,
Lee Ann explained.
Lee Ann, a 6AS political sci science
ence science major, is sponsored by her
sorority, Kappa Delta, which sub submitted
mitted submitted her entry to the state con contest.
test. contest. As a Florida finalist, Lee

Music Reflects Life

Music reflects the beating
movement of life today, said
Ruth Slenczynska, acclaimed as the
Worlds greatest woman pian pianist.
ist. pianist.
She performed Sunday in Uni University
versity University Auditorium where she re received
ceived received a standing ovation from
the 450 plus audience.

The committee will meet again
next Wednesday to discuss which
items will be meaningful and prac practical
tical practical to include in the question questionnaire.
naire. questionnaire.
After the next meeting the De Department
partment Department of Housing will send peo people
ple people to the dormitories with a list
of questions the committee has re recommended,
commended, recommended, Zucker said.
And in two weeks we hope to
solidify the questionnaire, Zuck Zucker
er Zucker said.
The questionnaires answered by
students will be fed into the UFs
computers. The result will be
roommates for next year but Zuck Zucker
er Zucker said hes hoping it will be used
in 6B.
Other committee members are
Miss Phyllis Mable, senior resi resident
dent resident counselor, Fred King, assis assistant
tant assistant director of housing, Dr. Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin Barger, psychologist. Dr.
Corbin Carnell, professor, Carol
Marcus, student director of cam campus
pus campus housing and Tom Infantio, leg legislative
islative legislative council.

Friday, May 19, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

Ann now awaits the possibility of
being chosen to participate in the
contest on the national level held
in New York in June.
Her many activities at UF have
included past secretary of Kappa
Delta sorority, president of Mortar
Board, and chairman of the Wo Womens
mens Womens Judiciary. Her scholarship
was recognized recently when she
became a member of Phi Beta
Kappa scholastic honorary society.
Lee Ann lists her interests as
reading, sewing and water skiing.
She intends to complete her
graduate studies at the University
of PEnnsyl vania and plans to teach
at the college level.

Miss Slenezynska, Artist-in-
Resldence at Southern Illinois Uni University,
versity, University, said she enjoys playing
for university audiences because
they are enthusiastic, well wellversed
versed wellversed and interested in the music
being written today.
Asked whether she would have
become a musician without the
demanding instruction of her fa father,
ther, father, she answered emphatically,
No. No one would practice nine
hours a day unless they were made
to.
She said she practiced, whether
she was sick or well, everyday,
including Sunday, from the time
she was three years old.
She recommended that children
start music lessons as early as
possible and that parents demand
practice.
She practices now every avail available
able available minute.
Miss Slenczynska feels a great
barrier to apianists success could
be an artists fear of exposing
him self--fear of sharing his feel feelings.
ings. feelings.
Everyone is sensitive and an
artist must try to reach this in inner
ner inner feeling, she continued.
I am always on tour. You
couldnt catch me when I am not,
she said. I give 100 concerts
a year.
Last year her tour began in Iran
and then continued around the world
through the Orient to the United
States.
In August I am planning my
first fll-day sightseeing tour
through Europe, she added.
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Dollars Program Put Them Through School

I always thought about college but didn't
realize that I would go. My scholarship
has enabled me to put myself through
school," said John Taylor, first year
graduate student in aerospace engineering.
Taylor is one of many UF students who
have received tuition scholarships as a
result of the Dollars for Scholars effort.
Taylor is 23 years old and has been
married since last August. He and his
wife are anxiously awaiting the birth of
their first child, expected any day now.

Heath Kicks Off
SDX Meetings

By REBECCA MATHENA
Alligator Correspondent
Sigma Delta Chi, professional
journalistic society, will have its
first summer meeting Tuesday
night, May 23.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Harry
E. Heath Jr., a UF journalism
professor who recently resigned to
become new director of the School
of Journalism at Oklahoma State
University. He will discuss some
Innovations he plans in journalism
education.
In the past, meetings were dis discontinued
continued discontinued during the summer, but
because of the number of inter interested
ested interested members, the group decided
to continue with "special" meet meetings
ings meetings this year.
"If the interest and activity gen generated
erated generated this summer by SDX mem members
bers members is any indication of what
they plan for the fall, it could
be one of the most active and
enthusiastic groups on campus,"
said Peter Fiero, new SDX pres president.
ident. president.
SDX is basically a service group.

Institute Provides Money
For Development Center

WASHINGTON, D. C. The
Health Research Facilities branch
of the National Institutes of Health
has awarded $124,710 to the UF
College of Medicine for construc construction
tion construction of an additional floor to its
new Human Development Center,
UJS. Representative Don Fuqua
(D-Fla) announced Wednesday
(5/17).
Funds provide for construction
of a fourth floor to the building
housing Phase I of the Human De Development
velopment Development Center. The existing
three-story structure is designed
to ultimately support six floors.
The new floor will house research
programs concerned with develop developmental
mental developmental cell biology to be examined
at the molecular level.
Dr. Charles U. Lowe, director
of the Human Development Center
and research professor of pedi pediatrics
atrics pediatrics in the College of Medicine,
is project director.
He said: The completion of the
new research floor will serve the
Human Development Cetner and the
College of Medic by bringing
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He has maintained a 3.7 average in
upper division and graduated from the
University with honors. He is a member
of Tau Beta Pi and Sigma Tau, engineer engineering
ing engineering honorary fraternities, and Pi Mu Ep Epsilon,
silon, Epsilon, the math honorary.
When asked about the importance of his
receiving the scholarship Taylor said,
"for me, college was the only place where
I could make it because I had no family
business or connections to back on."
Receiving the scholarship for tuition plus

In past years they have performed
a number of services to the school.
One of the projects, started two
years ago, is a coffee and donut
stand. Since its beginning it has
been very successful, and Fiero
said that it would be continued in
the Fall.
Other projects to be continued
include participation in the so society's
ciety's society's national convention and in
national SDX writing contests. In
the Spring they will also sponsor
the annual Founder's Day Ban Banquet.
quet. Banquet.
Some new ventures planned by
SDX include information programs
in local high schools and junior
colleges on the benefits of careers
in journalism and the possibility
of a television program offering
a campus news roundup.
"This year could be one of the
best in the history of the chapter,"
said Fiero. "SDX is growing in
membership, and with the school
growing in enrollment, I look for forward
ward forward to more men interested in
journalism joining the society,"
Fiero concluded.

productive physical grouping. It
will also serve to enlarge and
complement the work of scientists
already assigned space in the Hu Human
man Human Development Center."
He said the cell biology group
will serve a vital function by pro providing
viding providing research strength upon
which to further develop programs
for Phase n of the Human De Development
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a Douglas Aircraft scholarship has made
college a reality for John Taylor.
Phyllis Cribbs, a junior majoring in
psychology and a transfer student from
Emory University is another recipient
of a tuition scholarship made possible
as a result of Dollars for Scholars.
In addition to maintaining a 3.7 overall
average, Miss Cribbs enjoys singing,
horseback riding and swimming. Besides
her major, she is interested in the study
of the structure of langauges. She plans

When asked why she transferred from
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a lot about peoplethats what your edu education
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Miss Cribbs will graduate in June 1968
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Work with mosaics, glass, betik,
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Painting and sculpture will offered
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Mrs. Strickland, director of the
center.
The center will be open from
2 to 10 p.m. on Monday through
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I I
TOM DIOGUARDI
. . third year

NEW SWIMMING RECORD

Gators Make All-America

Three UF swimmers have been
named to the NCAA All-America
team, Coach Bill Harlan announced
Wednesday.
This is a record number for
one year. Setting the pace was
captain Tom Dioguardi of West
Palm Beach who made the team

Baseball Team To Play
Eighth-Ranked FSU

TALLAHASSEE FSU and UF
renew their annual diamond war warfare
fare warfare this weekend when the Sem Seminoles
inoles Seminoles entertain the Gators in a
two game set here. The Tribe
will return the visit next weekend.
Friday's game is scheduled to
get under way at 7:30 p.m. while
Saturday's contest is slated for
2 p.m. The Seminoles are 28-9
for the season and ranked eighth
nationally.
Coach Fred Hatfield has indi indicated
cated indicated he will start right hander
LaDon Boyd Friday night, against
the Gators and lefty Wayne Vin Vincent
cent Vincent Saturday.
Boyd is undefeated in eight de decisions,
cisions, decisions, including shutouts against
Alabama and Georgia Southern.
The hard throwing sophomore's
earned run average is 1.26.
Vincent, who was scheduled to
open at Jacksonville Tuesday, had
not allowed a run in 23 innings,
and had gone 29 innings without
letting in an earned run. The jun junior
ior junior lefty has a 7-2 record with an
ERA of 1.51, and recorded a no nohitter
hitter nohitter at Georgia Southern.

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Steve mac hi
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in the 50-yard freestyle with a
time of 21.4.
This was Dioguardis third con consecutive
secutive consecutive year as a selection and
he is only the second Gator swim swimmer
mer swimmer to accomplish this.
Two sophomores, Steve Macri
of Jacksonville and Barry Russo

Florida Coach Dave Fuller, is
expected to counter with Jim Cour Courier
ier Courier (5-0) and Kelly Prior (5-1) in
the weekend series.
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. top hitter

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of Devon, Pa., were picked. Macri
swam the 100-yard butterfly in
51.6, sixth-best time in the coun country.
try. country. Russos 1:56.9 in the 200-
yard butterfly placed on this hon honor
or honor squad.
Florida finished the season with
a 9-5 record. They won the SEC
title in their last meet at the
University of Kentucky at Lex Lexington
ington Lexington collecting 579 points. Geor Georgia
gia Georgia came in second with 493 1/2,
Alabama grabbed third with 363
points, Kentucky collected 197 for
fourth, and Vandy came in fifth
with 119 points.
As far as the Olympic team goes,
Dioguardi has a very good chance
in the 100-200 meter freestyle,
said Coach Harlan.
Trapp Sets
New Record
Richard Trapp has become the
first athlete in UF history to earn
all-conference honors in football
and baseball.
Trapp, the top single season
pass receiver in Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference history, earned all-star
honors in football last fall while
helping lead the Gators to a 9-2
season. This spring the 6-2, 177
pounder was named by league
coaches to the first team baseball
dream team at shortstop.
With six games left Trapp is
hitting well over .300 and leads
the Gators in most offensive cate categories.
gories. categories. He is only a sophomore
in baseball, will be a football sen senior
ior senior next fall.



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UF Scores
Best Win
Record Ever
UF athletic teams have run their
overall record for the 1966-67 year
to 106-19, a possible national re record.
cord. record.
This is the best overall record
ever turned in by a Southeastern
Conference school and NCAA re records
cords records are being checked to deter determine
mine determine if the Gators are close to a
national mark.
With all SEC championships de decided
cided decided Florida accomplished some-
Jiing never before done by having
ill eight intercollegiate teams fin finish
ish finish third or higher in the league.
Floridas football team was
chird, basketball team tied for sec secjnd,
jnd, secjnd, cross country second, swim swimning
ning swimning first, tennis third, track sec second,
ond, second, golf second, baseball third.

Crossword by William Lutwiniak

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8 Fully.
14 Lasting
injury.
18Tos
companion.
21 Embodiment.
22 Reveal.
23 Cartoonist.
24 Jamaican
export.
25 Jalousie.
27 Put in order.
28 Juin, juli
et aout.
29 OKs, in
Mexico.
30 Paintings.
31 Diving gear.
33 Obstacle.
34 Calendar
abbreviation.
37 Hockeystick.
39 Scout unit.
41 Formal
statements,
42 Sherbets.
44 Supplicate.
45 Peruvian
calcu&jUw l

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2 Large un uncouth
couth uncouth person.
3 Element.
4 Vous.
5 Menu items:
Fr.
6 Mennonite.
7 Grassland.
8 Abating.
9 Girl of song.
10 Elevator
inventor.
11 Coffee-maker.
12 Be on the go.
13 European
mint.
14 Took notice.
15 Nursery item.
16 Time half.
17 Mans name.
18 Salad garnish.
19 Revolve.

Gator Football Squad
May Lose QB Rentz

Larry Rentz, star offensive back
for Floridas football Gators, sus sustained
tained sustained a shoulder separation last
week during football agility drills.
The junior quarterback-flanker
from Coral Gables injured his right
shoulder, requiring the installation
of three pins. The pins win remain
for about three more weeks.
"We were going through a drill
we call 'hustling,and I was teamed
with Mark Ely when I lost my bal balance.
ance. balance. Before I could react, I had
landed on my right shoulder. It
was as simple as that, Rentz
explained.
"We will know more about
Larrys condition when the pin
comes out, said Florida trainer
Brady Greathouse. "The doctor
is encouraged right now and Larry
has good movement.
The versatile Rentz is expected
by Florida coaches to play much
of the time at quarterback and team

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56 Counts
calories.
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beater.
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61 Late: It.
62 Football
plavers.
63 Allen.
65 Mont .
68 Bond.
69 Kinsmen.
71 Formerly
70 Down.
72 Border.
73 River into
the Colorado.
74 Womans
jacket.
75 Skilled
tradesman.
76 French
philosopher.
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things.
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composition.
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relatives.
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34 Girl.
35 part.
36 Lively da nee.
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39 Jelly-like
confections.
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colloq.
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45 What: Lat.
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47 Alamos.
49 Os the ear.
50 Man's
nickname.

PUZZLE

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standing. Notwithstanding.
82 Sheep prized
for wool.
83 Russian lake.
84 beer.
86 Neithers
follower.
87 Pickles.
88 Indigo plant.
89 Complacent.
90 Wroth.
92 Adds zest to.
93 Girls name.
95 ease.
97 Branco.
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hyperbole.
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100 One of
Menottis
names.
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105 Veritable
torrent.
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getting Attentiongetting sound.
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110 Suspense
story.

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appearance.
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59 Lunch
counter:
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64 Journey.
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minded. Broadminded.
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colloq.
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Teheran is.
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measure.
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with Richard Trapp to give the Ga Gators
tors Gators a dangerous pair of pass re receivers.
ceivers. receivers.
He will also punt, return punts,
and hold for extra points. His
loss or curtailment of his activi activities
ties activities would be a major blow to the
football team.
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116 Rajahs wife.
117 Evenings
in Paris.
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for short.
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126 Italian
numeral.
128 Eleventh
century date.
129 Deviation.
130 Brunch
favorites.
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138 Gulf of
Arabian sea.
139 Card game.
140 Disturb the
operation of.
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143 Made, after
expenses.
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river.
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words.
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region.
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engine).
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Dnieper.
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108 Publicize.
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drink.

ANSWERS ON PAGE 7

110 Confines.
111 the
Chief.
113 Covert.
114 Took q dip.

Hallowed tradition
of "pinning" a girl is
up-dated by
Sprite bottle caps.
According to an independent survey (we took it
ourselves), a startling new practice is becoming
widespread on some college campuses.
Suddenly, fraternity men are no longer "pinning"
the lovely young things that catch their eye.
Instead, they reach for a bottle of tart,
Spnte--and proceed to "cap"
affections.
through the ceremony of opening a bottle of Sprite.
It fizzes! Roars! Buzzes! Tingles! Bubbles!
All of which makes for a much more moving moment
than to simply "pin" a girl.
Then, too, the intimacy of two people engaged
in the act of opening a bottle of Sprite in itself
leads to strong emotional involvement.
Capped off, of course, by the sharing of a
few moments of delicious abandon. (Tasting the
tingling tartness of Sprite, that is.)
The beauty of the idea is that if the course
of true love does not run smooth, you don't have
to go to the trouble of getting back your pin.
You just buy another bottle of Sprite.

117 Optimistic.
118 Sew loosely.
119 Black ink
entry.
120 Subway: Fr.

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Page 16

123 Smoke.
124 In words.
125 Squalor.
127 Where
Baghdad is.

129 Pinnacle.
131 Expert.
132 Masculine
nickname.
133 Classifieds.

134 Chemical
ending.
135 Personality.
136 Rep.s
confrere.