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Gentle Monday Set For Today!

Vol. 60 No. 141

Spring Grid Drills To End?

(Editor's note: This is the first part of a three-part series con concerning
cerning concerning the abolishment of spring footbal' practice at UF. Today's
article brings forth the coaches reasons, the second the players
reactions, and third the chances of abolishment.)
By 808 PADECKY
Alligator Staff Writer
If UF's top varsity football coaches had their way, they'd abolish
spring practice.
And they are going to try.
Next Monday Florida Athletic Director Ray Graves will travel
to the Southeastern Conference's annual summer planning meeting
in Biloxi, Miss. At that time, Graves will ask the other nine con conference
ference conference directors their views on spring practice.
We coaches at the UF favor the elimination of spring drills,

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Three men from the Plants and
Grounds department drag an un unidentified
identified unidentified adolescent alligator
from Graham Pond Friday after
a two day battle. The alligator

DOZEN QUIT THIS YEAR
Economics Prof Resigns

The UF lost at least its twelfth
professor this year with the
resignation of economics pro professor
fessor professor Dr. Allen Sievers. Sievers
will be chairman of the economics
department at the University of
Utah.
In a letter April 30, Sievers
told Businesss Administration
Dean Donald Hart that his regis regisnation
nation regisnation was effective at the end
of this academic year, and that
it was not an easy decision to
make.
The factor that weighed
strongest in my decision con concerned
cerned concerned my potentiality as an
economist at this stage of my pro professional
fessional professional life, he said.
I anticipate a climate better
suited to my needs at the Uni University
versity University of Utah.
Sievers is also resigning from
a summer grant under the Social
Science Institute and a Faculty
Development Grant (Sabbatical)
for the next year.
A professor at UF for 14 years,

The
Florida Alligator
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THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

COACHES SEEK RULING

Sievers said he has established
strong bonds to the university
community. He was an active
member of the AAUP.
1 don't expect to ever lose
interest in the university or the
activities of all my colleagues,
he said.
The list of resigned professors

(Guys, Gals Get Together

Men's and Women's Interhall
officially merged Sunday form forming
ing forming the Coed Interhall Council.
Mike McNerney, 2UC, was
elected president by one vote,
defeating Bill Modlin, 2UC.
The merger was inevitable.
There was no way we could
operate Men's and Qomen's In Interhall
terhall Interhall as two entites, Michael
T. Moore said. He is immed immediate
iate immediate past president of Men's In Interhall.
terhall. Interhall.

was fed marshmallows and a pigeon
by students, giving him energy to
evade capture. After draining half
the pond, the men were able to drag
the reptile ashore.

JOINT COUNCIL FORMED

Graves said. But the NCAA has to make the ruling on it.
So if we can get everybody in the SEC together for its abolish abolishment,
ment, abolishment, "Craves continued, we can go to the NCAA and say, 'Here's
a top football conference that doesn't want it, how about getting the
rest of the nation together?"
And Florida can be the one that kicks the whole thing off, Graves
concluded.
Graves and his staff do not want total elimination of spring practice.
Well just do in the fall what we normally do in the spring,"
Graves said. This can be accomplished by coming back about
three earlier than we normanlly do, say about the end of August."
Graves will have the support of the SEC if the conference likes
the idea and one added plus his top aides back him. Gene Ellenson,
Don Brown, Bubba McGowan, Ed Kensler and Fred Pancoast all
back their boss.
(SEE 'FOOTBALL' PAGE 2)

includes four law professors, one
in political science, one in
speech, one in engineering, one
in athletics and others since
Jan. 1.
Improved intellectual atmo atmosphere,
sphere, atmosphere, more money and a less
hostile environment were three
of the separate reasons given by
the resigning professors.

Tolbert, Jennings, and the
Towers are going coed in Sep September.
tember. September. Adding Graham and
Hume, this makes five coed areas
on campus in the Fall.
The only real hang up to the
merger a couple of months ago
was a few women who were
against the idea. It was a kind
of fear of the unknown, Moore
explained.
President McNerneysimmed McNerneysimmedlate

Monday, May 20, 1968

IN PLAZA TODAY
Rockefeller
Rally Slated

By MICHAEL ABRAMS
Alligator Executive Editor
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of
flew York will speak today in
UFs Plaza of the Americas at
4:15 p.m.
Rockefeller announced his
candidacy for the Republican
presidential nomination earlier
this month.
He has never lost an election,
and is currently serving his third
consecutive term as Governor of
the nations second most populous
state.
The governor will arrive at
the Gainesville Airport at 4 p.m.
where a chartered bus. will take
him to UFs campus. Rockefeller
will have flown from Tallahassee
after a luncheon with Floridas
Gov. Claude Kirk, Jr.
Three national television net networks
works networks and a crowd of 8,000 people
are expected for the rally which
is Rockefellers only speech in
Florida during this tour.
Rockefeller will be ac accompanied
companied accompanied by an entourage of 45
national newspaper reporters
who are following his campaign.
We are the underdogs in the
latest polls but hes come up
from the deck before, said Wade
Van Landingham, Chairman of
UFs newly formed Florida Youth
for Rockefeller.
Rockefellers youth groups are
known as The New Majority

late McNerneysimmedlate plans include trying to elim eliminate
inate eliminate the activity fee presently
required in all residence areas.
He is past president of Tolbert
Area Council.
Interhall also voted against a
bill calling for general election
of Interhall president which is
being introduced in the Student
Senate Tuesday.
I think its a political move
to throw open the office to elec elections,
tions, elections, Moore said.

ay EVAN LANGBEIN
Alligator Staff Writer
Today is UFs day of aware awareness"
ness" awareness" and relaxation; it is Gen Gentle
tle Gentle Monday."
Happiness today will a free
day at the library and open
air" classes. The gentle scene
at the Plaza of the Americas
will include continuous enter entertainment
tainment entertainment such as guitar music,
rock 'n roll bands and poetry
readings.
The Plaza will be strewn with
paintings, collages and photo photographs
graphs photographs which will hang from
trees serving as gentle" eye
catchers.
At 1:30, President Stephen C.
OConnell will appear to answer
any questions put to him. Hie
talk will be part of Student Gov Governments
ernments Governments Intercourse" pro program.
gram. program.
Sandwiches, soft drinks and
coffee will be served by Servo Servomation,
mation, Servomation, and students are being
encouraged to take a professor
to lunch."
Professors are being encour encouraged
aged encouraged to soak up the day's gen gentleness"
tleness" gentleness" by holding classes out outdoors.
doors. outdoors.
Rich Houk, project originator
and coordinator, said Gentle
Monday" is a pilot project. He
wants to change the mood on
(SEE GENTLE' PAGE 2)

throughout the country.
Van Landingham said the
speech will be followed by a long
question and answer session.
There will be a band and various
sororities will be dressed in
white clothes with red Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller banners.
Rockfeller has served as Un Undersecretary
dersecretary Undersecretary of State for Latin
America. His brother, Winthrop,
is governor of Arkansas.
Student government Pres.
Clyde Taylor will introduce
Rockefeller.
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after learning her
sorority took first
place in the Sigma Chi
Derby, (See story
page 5.)



Page 2

!, The Florida Alligator, Monday, May 20, 1968

NCAA TO RULE
Football Drills May End

BOH P*6 OWE J
But why abolish spring practice
in the first place? It's as tra traditional
ditional traditional to collegiate football as
the Rose Bowl.
"Spring practice has been
going on as long as I can re*
member/' McGowan said, "and
that dated back at least to the
Second World War."
But tradition no longer satis satisfies
fies satisfies the Gator coaches.
"Spring practice is run for two
reasons/' said McGowan, who
coaches the offensive ends.
"First, we get a chance to look
at the new personel and see if
they can play for us. Ibis saves
us time, we don't have to wait
until just before the first game
to decide.
"Second, the players get some
experience on running different
types of offenses and defenses."
And, at the last two Florida
spring scrimmages, the Florida
coaching staff have been looking
at an abnormally high amount of
new personnel. The 1967 practice
hurt 50 boys. Seven operations
afld six months of recuperation
was the cure.
This past spring was "mild "milder,"
er," "milder," at one time there were
"only" 39 boys out. But looking
at either year there are plenty
of injuries and this is the
coaches' main selling point
too many costly injuries.
"The boys are not in shape
when they start or are they when
they finish," said Pancoast, who
coaches the running backs.
"But It's not the athletes fault,
we are the guilty ones, we try
to get too much done in too short
of time," Pancoast continued.
"But we really don't have any

Gentle Day Brings
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f FROM PA6E ONE
campus, and get people inter interested
ested interested in the university by coming
to the Plaza.
"We have had a bitter year
at UF. The feelings of students
is not even one of apathy any anymore;
more; anymore; it is one of absolute neg negativism/'
ativism/' negativism/' Houk claimed.
He thinks the problem is one
of communication. He wants to
bridge the credibility gap between
administrators and students."

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choice, our hands our tied. The
NCAA only gives us 36 calendar
days to run off 29 sessions.
"Therefore we can't be con concerned
cerned concerned with conditioning, because
they'll lose that over the summer.
Instead we have to find what
new boy can play for us and
work some new plays in, some something
thing something that they won't forget over
the summer."
"But if we were to come back
late in August," Pancoast con concluded,
cluded, concluded, "then we wouldn't have
to worry about having them in
shape; we would have clear right
up to the beginning of the sea season."
son." season."
Pancoast believes working the
team in shorts for maybe a whole
week before contact begins would
be the answer.
"And there is still a month
left for all the contact you want
before that first game," Pan Pancoast
coast Pancoast said.
And its that first game, or
rather the lack of it in the
spring, that convinces the
coaches that spring practice
ought to be phased out.
"The players have nothing to
shoot for, they don't have the
Air Force game coming up,"
McGowan said. "The thrill is
gone."
Sports publicity director Norm
Carlson said spring practice is
"of very little interest to the
players as well as the fans.
You've got no big competition
coming up and you just work on
fundamentals."
"Psychologically this idea
would give the players a break,"
said Brady Greathouse, UFs
head trainer. "The problem now
is you just get through with
football in the fall and then come

"We have had a year of mount mounting
ing mounting pressures. There is a cold
attitude among students, faculty
and administrators. I think things
are building up to the breaking
point, and unless we do some something
thing something about it, the lid is going
to blow off," Houk said.
Houk said the Plaza has the
reputation among students of be being
ing being only for radical students."
He said Student Government is
attempting to open the Plaza
for all students."

right back again in the spring.
"You've also got to realize
another thing," said Ellenson,
Graves' right-hand man. "It's
hard to keep a boy interested
in football when hes worried
about staying in school.
"Spring really is not a time
for football," Ellenson continued,
"Its a time for studying, catch catching
ing catching up on the school work a fellow
had missed during the fall."
Don Brown, who manages the
defensive secondary, offered an
additional philosophy tidbit.
"In the spring the older heads
are really biding their time,"
Brown said. "But it's not true
with the younger kids, theyre
out to make the team. And you
can't blame either player."
3rown mentioned it is not that
the older player doesnt work
but rather the younger player
puts out more.
There is an advantage to the
overall sports program also.
"You can have more boys play playing
ing playing two sports," McGowan said.
"Id like to see Jim Yarbrough
in the weight events in track.
Im not saying hed beat John
Morton but Im sure he could
place, and that's points on the
scoreboard."
Steve Tannen and Paul Maliska
tried mixing both track and foot football
ball football this spring. Tannen broke a
collarbone and Maliska tore some
ankle ligaments. Both injuries
came on the football field. Both
sports lost two fine athletes.
Another advantage was men mentioned.
tioned. mentioned.
"We could set some of the
smaller boys up on a weight
program in the spring," said
Greathouse, who has worked in
three professional baseball or organizations.
ganizations. organizations.
But the coaches realize there
is one advantage for spring prac practice.
tice. practice.
"If a boy gets injured in the
early going in the spring," Ellen Ellenson
son Ellenson said, "you have six months to
get him healthy again. But if
he's hurt in the fall, he may
miss the whole season."
"But I think that with all the
pluses, we could have a much
better situation in the fall," Pan Pancoast
coast Pancoast ended.
"The pros don't have spring
practice," Pancoast said. "They
do it all before the first game.
"We can do the same here."

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OK As VP Candidatt

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Gov. Nelson Rockefeller said
Sunday It was too early to pick
a running mate, but Indicated If
he won the GOP presidential
nomination he would welcome
Gov. Ronald Reagan as the Re Republican
publican Republican vice presidential
candidate.
Rockefeller also endorsed the
Poor People's March on
Washington Sunday as a new
Imaginative way of creating a
lobby" for the poor.
Everybody has lobbies in
Washington to try and get the
kind of legislation that they feel
they need, or want to meet their
problem," Rockefeller said in a
television interview ABC-TV
Issues and Answer."
The poor people have not had
a lobby because they haven't been
able to afford it. In my opinion
I just interpret this as a new
imaginative way of creating a
lobby, to bring attention to con congressmen
gressmen congressmen they have got a pro problem,
blem, problem, they want help."
The New York governor said
he was open minded" on the

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subject of Vice Presidential
hopefuls and If you get a ticket
that reflects both points of view
in the party then it gives great
strength."
Reagan, meanwhile, con continuing
tinuing continuing assessing grassroots
support for his own presidential
prospects by flying to the South
of the first leg of a five-state
trip.
The California governor sche scheduled
duled scheduled a meeting In New Orleans
with GOP chairmen from
southern states, who will meet
Monday with Rockefeller.



Monday, May 20. 1968, The Florida Alligator,

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new members (15 are shown here)
and also became national affiliated
Friday, The initiates are (from
left to right): Victor Zue, Jim
Richardson, John McDermott, Nick

OConneff In Group
Toack School Bond
President Stephen C. OConnell joined four other members of
the Alachua County Chamber of Commerce to form a Steering
Committee to work for voter approval for the $12,770,000 School
Bond Issue, May 28.
Sigma Chi fraternity will be distributing CLASSROOM 6B School
Bond window cards to Gainesville area merchants.
The issue before the voters the crowded conditions of classrooms
and the poor teaching facilities of Florida schools.
The Classroom Teachers Association is backing the issue. Mrs.
Cornelia Hanna, President of the CTA said,* We live with these
crowded conditions and we know the importance of adequate facilities,
and thats why the CTA is working hard for passage of the School
Bond Issue on May 28.

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Council Makes Three
Proposals For Rush

The Panhellenic Council (made
up of representatives from the
sorority houses on campus) of
the University of Florida set
three new proposals for rush*
next year.
Under the new regulation, the
sororities will be allowed to have
only four rush parties. The
sororities will now be furnished
with name tags for all girls
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representative must be the rush
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These proposals, passed by the
council at its regular meeting
last Thursday night, will go into
effect during the next rush* ses session
sion session
The council elected Dottle Yus Yuschak
chak Yuschak as their Assistant Rush
Chairman for the next year.



[, Tlie Florida Alligator, Monday, May 20, 1968

Page 4

Deans Vote
To Support
Task Force
Academic deans at the UF
unanimously endorsed President
Stephen c. OConnells call for
an action committee to examine
and improve the University corn cornmini
mini cornmini ty, the office of Information
Services announced Thursday.
The 24- member Academic
Council of Deans also voted to
compliment OConnell for his
proposal that students, faculty
and administration work
together in dealing with the cur current
rent current issues and problems of the
campus.
Dr. Frederick W. Conner^Vice
President for Academic Affairs,
who presided, said: It seems to
me to be desirable for students,
faculty and administrators to
work more closely together since
each one needs the other.
Dr. Lester Hale, Vice Pres President
ident President for Student Affairs, who
read OConnells statement to
the deans Wednesday, said: It
seems to me this is an innova innovative
tive innovative way of getting students, fa faculty
culty faculty and administrators together
to discuss common problems and
issues that cut across the tra traditional
ditional traditional lines of administrative
and committee communications
in the University.
He expressed great hopes
that much can be accomplished
through these task forces that
represent the total University
community.
OConnells statement, issued
Tuesday, called for an imagin imaginative
ative imaginative and responsible re reexamination
examination reexamination of the University of
Floridas purpose and the or organizational
ganizational organizational arrangements to ful fulfill
fill fulfill this purpose by a commit committee
tee committee of no more than 50 persons.
He called for task forces to
be established to re-examine the
Universitys role in such areas
as student publications, student
code of canduct, the University
and race, ROTC, student repre representation
sentation representation on University com committees
mittees committees and councils, cur curriculum,
riculum, curriculum, campus lectures and
quality of instruction.

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RFK Visit In May Labeled Hoax

By EVAN LANGBEIN
Alligator Staff Writer
A letter stating Senator Robert
F. Kennedy would make a state statewide
wide statewide visit May 27 which would
include Gainesville has been
found to be a hoax.
The letter bearing the letter letterhead
head letterhead Floridians for Kennedy
Alachua County Headquarters
was distributed to WGGG,
the Alligator and a radio station
in Miami on Firday. Only the
Miami station ran the announce announcement.
ment. announcement.
It claimed to be ACommittee
for Information, and listed a
telephone number 376-9618 and
Post Office Box 83 in Gainesville.
The letter contained an elabor elaborate
ate elaborate itinerary for Senator Kennedy
which it said was presently ten tentatively
tatively tentatively scheduled. It said Bobby
would arrive at Jacksonville at
10 a.m., and proceed to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville University for a talk.

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ville Gainesville for a 1 p.m. address on
campus at the Plaza of the
Americas, the letter said. After
that, it said, Kennedy would go
to Tampa for a 3 p.m. private
conference with Democratic
leaders and a public speech at
Lowry Park in Tampa. Finally,
it said the Senator would arrive in
Miami for a 7 p.m. rally at Miami
Beach Auditorium and a fund fundraising
raising fundraising banquet a>t B:3Q.
The letter said a member of
Senator Kennedys Washington
staff, Mr. William MacDonald,
was supposed to be in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Saturday between 3 and 6
p.m. at the Holiday Inn on 1-75
to answer any question regard regarding
ing regarding Senator Kennedys visit to
Florida.
The Holiday Inn said a reser reservation
vation reservation was made for a William
MacDonald, but that he called on
Saturday to cancel them. He left
a number of the Holiday Inn in
Tampa where he could be

reached, but Sunday he had
already checked out, and could
not be reached.
The letter was signed by a
Fred O. Reilly, acting chairman,
Floridians for Kennedy. There is
no listing in Alachua County for
any such name.
In Washington, D.C., Kennedy's
national campaign headquarters
confirmed that the letter was a
hoax. There is no Kennedy aide
by the name of William Mac-
Donald, and RFK has never made
any plans to appear In Florida on
May 27.
Carla Salomon, with the
Kennedy press office in Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, said the Senator will be In
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Mark Fowler, chairman of the
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Weimer Appointed
Special Assistant

Rae 0. Weimer, dean of the
University of Floridas College
of Journalism and Communica Communications,
tions, Communications, will become special
assistant to University Pres President
ident President Stephen C. OConnell, as
well as professor of journalism,
when he retires as dean June
30.
President OConnell made the
announcement Friday just a day
after confirming the selection of
Professor John Paul Jones from
the college faculty to succeed
Deam Weimer July 1.
One of Dean Weimers first
assignments will be to handle
the general chairmanship for the
inauguration of President OCon OConnell,
nell, OConnell, scheduled Oct. 7-8. He plans
to choose committee chairmen
later this month and already has
started initial coordination of the
two-day project.
Rae Weimer is too valuable
an asset to this university for
me to relinquish an opportunity
to utilize his abilities, Pres President
ident President OConnell stated. There
are a great, many matters of
immediate and long range nature
that need attention in the months
ahead and Im going to count
on him, as well as other mem members
bers members of my staff, to assist me
with them.

UF Directed Jupiter
Probe Is Success

A UF directed roket probe
of the atmosphere of Jupiter
went off with every system
working perfectly at 11:45 p.m.
(EDT) Thursday in New Mexico.
Dr. Roland Anderson, UF as assistant
sistant assistant professor of aero-space
engineering, reported the elec electronic
tronic electronic spectrometer aboard the
Aerobee 150 rocket made 18
sweeps of the ultraviolet spectra.
During a previous probe of the
Venus atmosphere, only six
spectra were obtained, Dr. An Anderson
derson Anderson reported. Tims the Jupi Jupiter
ter Jupiter mission was three times as
effective in obtaining data.
Dr. Mark H. Clarkson, chair chairman
man chairman of the UFs Dept, of Aero Aerospace
space Aerospace Engineering, who spoke
with Anderson by telephone from
White Sands Missile Range
Friday morning, said the more
sweeps the spectrometer
makes in recording incoming
data, the more reliable the in information
formation information obtained.
Anderson reported, It
couldnt have been a better
flight. It probably will be
several months before the data
can be reduced, with the help
of the computer, and meaning meaningful
ful meaningful interpretations made of the
materials in Jupiter's at atmosphere.
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of the School of Journalism in
1949. Five years later it became
the School of Journalism and
Communications a status that
was upgraded to college level
in 1967 because of booming en enrollment
rollment enrollment and overall diver diversification
sification diversification of its curriculum.

inch telescope and the automatic
spectrometer, was launched at
9:45 p.m. (MDT) and went over
100 miles into the atmosphere.
Readings were taken from the ul ultraviolet
traviolet ultraviolet rays coming from the
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Student Leaders Picked

Two UF seniors received
awards Friday night as outstand outstanding
ing outstanding student leaders of 1968,
Bob Imholte and Miss Carolyn
Greany were awarded plaques
at the Annual Student Leadership
Banquet for superior perform performance
ance performance in Scholarship, leadership
and service.
The two were chosen from

KDs Tops In Derby;
Take 'Spirit Contest

By DEE DEE HORN
Alligator Staff Writer
Kappa Deltas, for the first time
in twelve years, triumphed in the
1968 Sigma Chi Derby Sunday.
Kappa Alpha Theta placed second
and Delta Phi Epsilon ranked
third.
Leslie Cauthen, 3AS, KD Vice
President, said This is the
greatest thing that has ever
happened to us. Not only did we
win Derby but we also won the
spirit contest.
Towards the end of the year
everyones enthusiasm ebbs, but
winning the contest has really
boosted the houses moral, she
said.
Kirk Brown, Derby Daddy for
the KDs, said Kappa Deltas
have more sisterhood than any
other sorority on campus. Any
sorority that can go from last
place last year to first
year really deserves a lot of
credit.
The theme of Sigma Chi Derby
this year was Legendary Hero.
Kappa Delta's was Bonnie and
Clyde.
Delta Delta Deltas hero was

twelve semi-finalists. Both ap appeared
peared appeared on the Dean's List and in
the publication Whos Who in
Colleges and Universities.
Miss Greasy is a member
of Mortar Board, Savant, and
the Hall of Fame. She has been
active in the Association of Wo Women
men Women Students and Homecoming.
She was a member of the Sigma
Chi Sweetheart Court and is a

Davy Crockett Chi Omega, Paul
Revere; Phi Mu, Surfer Joe;
Zeta Tau Alpha, Caesar and Cleo;
and Sigma Kappa, Sitting Bull.
TTie Alpha Omega Pis hero
was Flash Gordon; Delta Phi Ep Epsilon,
silon, Epsilon, Blackbeard; Delta Gamma,
Sir Lancelot; Alpha Delta Pi,
Lil Abner; and the Alpha Ep Epsilon
silon Epsilon Pis was Rhett Butler.
Frankenstein was the hero of the
Phi Sigma Sigmas and Robin Hood
for the Alpha Chi Omegas.
Sigma Chi Derby contests were
composed of ten physical events,
the spirit contest, a parade and
a signature contest.

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member of Delta Gamma soror sorority.
ity. sorority.
Bob Imholte Is member of
Blue Key and the Hall of Fame.
He has served on the UF Stu Student
dent Student Affairs Committee, Schedule
and Calendar Committee, and
Academic Relations Committee.
The awards were presented by
UF presidential assistant Mel
Sharpe at ceremonies at a Hol Holiday
iday Holiday Inn banquet.
Women semi-finalists were
Miss Donna Berger, Miss Nel
Laughon* Miss Judy Schnabel,
Miss Laurice Sikorski, and Miss
Jane Wanless.
Semi-finalist men included Ro Robert
bert Robert Edmund, Eric Katz, Henry
Mehlman, Richard Wainscott, and
Charles Myers.

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Champions Coup

With his power play an
apparent success, Dr. John
Champion has withdrawn his
resignation as Florida State
University president.
In announcing his decision,
Champion set forth a set of
unconditional regulations that
come to FSU with his return.
Promising to keep channels
open for airing of student-faculty
grievances, Champion said this
doesn't mean he will modify or
reverse the stand which I have
taken in the recent controversy.
He adds the FSU administration
will not take any action upon
any item involving controversy at
any time so long as pressures are
being applied, such as demands
and ultimatums.
Champion goes on to say he

The Young Turks

The UFs first attempt at
recognizing the problems of
dissident students will hopefully
take place this week in the form
of a Task Force problem solving
conference.
According to President Stephen
C. OConnell, the conference will
bring together a broad
representation of divergent ideas
by drawing participants from the
administration, student body and
faculty.
The Alligator, reiterates, that
the only way such a Task Force
conference can be successful is for
able-bodied, interested and honest
participants to evaluate the
universitys problems free of
political influence iv and staid
traditionalism.
Along with appointing the
outspoken students, and the seven
administrators we enumerated last

Welcome, Mr. Rockefeller

The Alligator has a problem. We
want to say how great we think it
is that Nelson Rockefeller is going
to speak on campus.
But on this campus, saying
somebody is coming, is really,
going out on a limb. Nobody
ever shows up.
But since hes coming, we
are very honored to have him
here.
We think this will be an
excellent opportunity for students
to begin to form a position in the

will make every effort to insure
that students, faculty and staff
members have the opportunity to
present any problem or suggestion
designed to improve the
university ...in an orderly
manner through regular channels.
In other words, should regular
channels appeals to Champion
fail, FSU faculty and students
might as well forget demanding
anything even if rightfully due
to them.
Peaceful, legal demonstrations
are out as means of achieving
change at FSU.
But only time will tell how
successful his iron-clad reign will
be.
Lets hope it does not become
the catalyst that will make FSU
the Sunshine States Columbia.

week, we believe OConnell must
choose some faculty members that
are not part of the UFs Faculty
Senate. The Senate, although
being at times an action group, is
composed of only full professors,
most of whom have been around
the UF for a number of years and
hold many set ideas on how a
university should be run.
Although the Senates
traditional views could be an asset
to the Task Force proposal we
believe assistant professors, who
are not members of the Senate
should also be chosen to fully
represent the faculty viewpoint.
For many of the UFs young,
liberal thinking assistant
professors are the most inspiring
and outspoken group on campus
and would be a definite asset to
the presidents reevaluation of
the university.

upcoming elections. Gov.
Rockefeller has consented to
answer questions. We hope the
student body will take advantage
of this opportunity and dig into
Gov. Rockefeller the candidate.
We believe students have an
obligation to know about a' man
who may be president some day"
And we wish to say thank
you to Mr. Rockefeller. Thank
you for being an important
speaker who realizes the UF
exists. Thanks for coming.

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THE AMERICAN DREAAI ==============
A Double Billing
UNCLE JAVERNECK

It seems, and probably rightly so, that
we are being over-charged for our sins.
That is, everything has a price.
Take murder for instance. Ideally its
free but when improperly done it may run
up a debt of several, many, or all years
(complete bankruptcy). Armed robbery
might cost twenty years and fornication, a
month (or thirty dollars as the case may
be).
Now the whole unfairness of the system
exists in this fact: In this God-fearing land
we are the victims of two overlapping
collection agencies. Originally our debts
were tallied up and presented to us upon
checking out (i.e. The Great Beyond). But
we have also been suffering under the
pay-as-you-go plan (i.e. Civil Justice).
Therefore, if fair play isnt too much to
ask, one of these collection agencies has
got to be closed down. To even most
humbly suggest that the Government
withdraw would be something along the
lines of rebellion and since God sits in on
all legal proceedings as it is, it seems that
the Final Judgement must be sacked.
But only to the extent that the common
run-of-the-mill man be exempted from it.
Judgement and subsequent penalty could
still be required of judges, military leaders,
police and presidents, who are above
paying their debts on Earth.

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This would tone down, to some extent,
the exorbitant rates to which sin has
soared.
Os course inequities will always exist.
Take the aforementioned fornication
which aside from being illegal, is also dirty
and makes you feel rotten inside. The
sleepless nights that one suffers in guilt
might also be construed as some form of
payment. It also leads to marriage (or
vice-versa) which is another.
Drinking gives a headache and allows
demons to infest the mind. Smoking pot
(so I hear) does the same thing while also
being good for five to ten years. After all
the costly sin connected with sex, divorce
takes another big bite out of the resources.
The price of patriotism (a sin of pride)
is not only going up, but now takes you an
extra five thousand miles out of your way
to pay off. Draft-dodging (a sin of
intellect) doesnt take you quite so far, but
leaves you in a God-forsaken climate.
The only way that you can get out of it
all just barely breaking even is this: Sell
you soul at the first possible moment for
the best possible price. Then pay off the
judges, cops, selective service, clergy, etc.
in advance.
And enter the Next World with nothing
that they can possibly take from you.



THE DIAMOND MIND
Chesters
Impossible Dream
BARRY DIAMOND

This is the story of a man named Chester Ferguson.
Chester was a big, powerful man, and he knew what was
right. A man of conviction, he strode unafraid into
academic Sodom and intellectual Gomorrah to deliver this
stirring message.

I have a dream. I dream of
the day when all college students
will at last cease to question the
wisdom of their elders.
I dream of the day when all
male college students will
patriotically march upon the
ROTC drill field, gladly obeying
rather than foolishly questioning
the orders of their superiors.
1 'dream of the day when
college newspaper editors will
follow the dictates of experience
and cease to editorialize and stir
up controversy.
I dream of the day when all
young people will honor their
elders, and appreciate what has
been done for them.
I dream of the day when TV
producers will no longer turn
out shows that have to be

OPEN FORUM:
AdniamJ, ViA&Mt
There is no hope for the complacent man.

FILLING SPACE
Under My Thumb

When the ride card board at the Union fails to produce
transportation home, theres always hitchhiking. And as an
added bonus, one always meets an unusual cross-section of
Americana.
And so I did. Somehow I couldnt help thinking that
movies such as In Cold Blood

might reduce my chances for
getting rides. Some people
consider all hitchhikers to be
potential axe-murderers, rapists,
etc. And so, armed with only a
suitcase and hand-painted U of
F STUDENT TO SARASOTA
sign, I faced the cruel world of
1-75.
Actually the leg of the
journey taken on the Interstate
posed no problem. Students
travel it constantly, and in an
hour and a half I was in Tampa,
where 1-75 terminates. And only
60 miles from my goal.
But Tampa, the used car
center of the world, posed new
problems. Let me intercede here
with, of all things, a footnote on
rednecks. When you are
hitchhiking, youll soon find
that rednecks are more than glad
to give you a ride.
They appear the ultimate in
Good Samaritans, but there is an
ulterior motive. They want to
show off their cars to you, be
they raked-out old Chivvies or
Detroit monsters. Howdjuh

censored in the best interests of
the people.
1 dream of the day when
gratitude and obedience are
among the chief requirements
for professors seeking tenure.
I dream of the day when
colleges and universities will
thank the State for the money
they do get, instead of
continually asking for more
money for such a nebulous
concept as high-quality
education.
Lastly, I dream that all these
dreams come true, so that all
Floridians may enjoy lives of
peace and order.
And the people came, and
they saw, and they heard. And
they grew ill. And so they
remained. But Chester did not
notice.

lahk thet wheely ah pulled?
one asked me; I just casually
acknowledged his show of
skill. Mine is not to reason
why ... And so the red express
got me through Tampa, with
only a minor case of whiplash
from Reds acceleration show.
My next major ride came
from a semi-literate couple with
a Wallace for President
bumper sticker. Again applying
my Mine is not to reason why
philosophy, I tried to best
answer their inarticulate grunts.
I felt.it best not to mention the
fact that I was a Yankee for
McCarthy.
The final portion of the 200
mile trek was obtained with two
more college students, this time
from USF. Another fast car,
more showing off, and I was
home to terra firma and my
relatively sedate Yamaha.
Hitchhiking .. unusual,
hazardous, perhaps, but
somewhat dependable and
infinitely better than the bus.

'Science Proves God

MR. EDITOR:
In reference to recent claims
by Uncle Javemeck in behalf of
moral atheism:
The best evidence that any
man is a complete fool is for him
to claim to be a moral atheist.
The ultimate proof of the
existence of God is the creation
of the Universe.
Because this proof is so
simple, like so many things that
God has introduced to man, a
person with reasonable
intelligence should be able to
understand it. That is, unless he

Lie Detector

MR. EDITOR:
What is interesting about the
movie, Tell Me Lies, is how
appropriate the title actually is.
For two hours I squirmed in my
seat listening to lie after lie.
The Alligator states that the
movie is more educational than
The Graduate. Perhaps so, for
the student of propaganda might
leam more from this movie than
from any of Goebbels best
pieces. The subject of Lies is
Viet Nam, and on this topic it
says:

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makes an extra effort to do
otherwise.
I shall now present this
simple proof. The laws of the
Physical Sciences are well
founded and more abundant
than the laws of the Political
Sciences. This is one reason why
man is capable of producing a
device which can completely
destroy mankind but is having
difficulty in living together in
peace.
One of these laws is called the
first law of thermodynamics
which is stated simply as
matter can neither be created
nor destroyed. The word

There is a distinction between
Viet Cong and American
atrocities. While the Americans
bomb women and children, the
Viet Cong, after giving advance
warning, merely go into a village
and execute the headman,
leaving safe the other villagers.
(FACT: Since Tet, more than
1000 bodies have been
uncovered in 19 separate mass
graves in and around Hue. Many
of these were women and
children and many were
beheaded, Viet Cong fashion.)
The only sex life available for
servicemen stationed near Saigon
is of the homosexual variety.
(POINT: Dont go fellows, or
your sex life will be miserable.)
Space does not permit a
complete listing of the lies in
Lies. The major objection to the
film is that the war is far too
complex to be explained by
pictures of Vietnamese children
disfigured by napalm.
Propagandistic films and routy
marches will not serve to
establish the resisters case. What
the protesters need is more
articulate protest.
FRANK L. MURRAY
More Lies
MR. EDITOR:
Having read the review of
Tell Me Lies in Mondays
Alligator, I went on Tuesday
afternoon. It was an excellently
made movie. However, I did find
one serious fault with the review
which I assume was written by
Mr. Torchia. He stated that no
one knew what it was.
It is the perfect counterpart
to the ROTC propaganda films.
DAVID E. L. SMITH, 2UC

ALLIGATOR BRAINOSITIES
By LEWIS ROTHLEIN
Alligator Columnist
Good morning. If youre not awake, dont let this scare you. It
seems that when I wrote a brainosity last week dealing with oldies but
goodies, I got repercussions (no pun intended) from the music
department folk and others of culture about the lack of culture
displayed' in the choice of musical works. So I direct todays
brainosity to you cultured individuals.
Listed below are ten works and ten composers which have been
compiled (with the help of my friend, David Raving Miller). All you
have to do is match them ud.
1. Rachmaninoff 2. Berlioz 3. Copland 4. Beethoven 5. Saint-Saens
6. Liszt 7. Boccherini 8. Stravinsky 9. Rimsky-Korsakov 10. Bernstein
a. Dance of the Sylphs b. Prelude in C sharp minor c. Mephisto
Waltz d. Bacchanale e. Minute du Quintette f. Le Sacre du Printemps
g. Turkish March h. Le Coq Dor i. Appalachian Spring j. Candicle
The answer to Fridays brainosity is 17 cents.
Have a gentle Monday.

Monday, May 20, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

matter includes both energy and
mass.
Now, if the Universe consists
of matter, this law states that
what is here today (matter) was
here from the very beginning of
the Universe. This law also states
that no part of the Universe
could have created itself or any
other part of the Universe.
It is not too difficult to prove
that the Universe exists, or at
least that the Earth exists,
therefore some power or force
outside of the Universe must
have created it. This force or
power is what I call God! What
do you call it?
The next question is who
created God. Perhaps God
created Himself, since He
created the Universe which
could not create itself, or just
maybe God always was.
Someday we will have the
answer to this question from
God Himself. However, it would
be wonderful if we had the
answer for if we did this would
be a much better world because
we would all be Gods.
GERALD W. McNEELY, 7AS
The Black
American
Viewpoint
MR. EDITOR:
A short time ago in the
aftermath of the assissination of
Dr. King, you printed an
editorial inviting and challenging
the Black American students on
campus to express their views on
the jumbled racial acene of the
UF and the nation.
Circumstances prevented us
from immediate response.
On Wednesday night, May 22,
1968, in the Fla. Union
Auditorium the Afro-American
Student Assn, will present a
panel discussion on several
relevant aspects of the Black
American viewpoint. The general
theme and the topics will be:
Black Students Speak Out
Race Relations Where do
we go from here?
(a) Race Relations Where'
do we go from here
(b) An Objective
definition of Black Power,
issues of Gainesville.
The talks begin at 8:00 p.m.
LARRY JORDAN
PRESS SECRETARY
AFRO-AMERICAN
STUDENT ASSN.

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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

FOR SALE
9'B" HANSEN SURFBOARD 2 years
old, good condition also wet suit and
racks, $85.00. 378-6009.
(Al4o2t p)
1968 EDITION The New Book of
Knowledge. Box has never been
opened Ideal for school age children,
SIBO.OO or best offer. 378-3181.
(Al4o3tp)
HONDA S9O, 1965, Excellent
condition, full helmet included,
$140.00. Call 378-2126.
(Al4o3tp)
GIFTED DACHSHUND Puppies for
sale (reared in enriched
environment). 6 weeks old, AKC,
shots and wormed, $50.00. Call
372-7744. (A-140-3t-p)
HONDA, CAl6O, 1967, 4,000
miles, good condition, $350.00 or
best offer. Call 376-1841.
(Al3Bstp)
.22 CAL. Marline, SemiAuto; 4x
Scope, Sling, $45.00, used 8,000
BTU Westinghouse Air Conditioner,
Runs good, $45.00. 3728091 after
5. (Al393t-i-p)
AIWA Tape recorder, pocket size,
accessories, perfect conditionals.oo.
Baby crib, sturdy, steel springs, 4"
mattress perfect condition, $15.00.
378-5248. (A-140-2t-p)
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FOR SALE
WORKING on term papers, thesis?
SmithCorona portable typewriter,
elite type, case included, good
condition, $35.00. Call 3769514.
(Al393tp)
FARE THREE Well Sale Summer
prices on all 1930 Stuff and
Nonsense Jewelry Sat. and Sunday.
Sutherland's Micanopy. (Al39p)
(Al393tp)
1965 HONDA SUPER HAWK
305 cc, excellent condition, must sell
immediatly. Helmet and tools
included. Call 372-9875.
(Al3B4tp)
1959 CHEVROLET WAGON,
$350.00 10' Hansen 50-50
Surfboard, SIOO.OO. Drafting Set
Complete. $15.00. 37 2-7 2 03,
376-9420. (Al3B3tp)
1965 HONDA 50. Good condition.
Book rack. New speedometer, $95.00
or best offer. You cannot find
dependable transportation for less.
Call Richard Ross 'at 3729177
weeknights. (Al4o3tp)

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the space, you win that amount. If letters appear in inked
space, collect your cards until you spell TREAT-0 in con consecutive
secutive consecutive letters. When two or more cards spell TREAT-0,
you win SIOO CASH.
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FOR SALE jj
AIR CONDITIONER, 2 years old,
good condition, 18,500 BTU's,
$125.00. Television, Silvertone
Console 23", $70.00. Small golf cart
and bag, $15.00. Tricycle, $5.00.
3766555. (Al4ostp>
FOR SALE: Alum. Canoe 17',
SIBO.OO. Call 372-8706 after 5:00
p.m. (Al4o3tp)
FOR SALE NIKON Zoom Lens
85mm -250 m. Call 372-8706 after
5:00 p.m. (A-140-3t-p)
GUNS GUNS GUNS
Inventory over 450 Buy Sell
Trade Repair. Reloading Supplies,
Custom Reloading HARRY
BECKWITH, GUN DEALER,
MICANOPY, 466-3340.
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FOR SALE
A KITTEN without a home is like
Italy without Rome . Call
376-7502, after 6 p.m.
(Al393t p)
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coffee ... If you are a winner, your free food item will be
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FOR SALE
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BRAND NEW noiseless Philco Air
Conditioners at absolute invoice cost
plus only $4.50 freight. Cash and
carry only, for next 10 days, in
9,00012,000 14,000 BTU models.
Call United Fuels 3785333. 220
N.W. Bth Avenue. (Al4llot-C)
FREE KITTENS Assorted colors and
sexes. Call Rick, after 8:30 p.m., at
378-6994. (A-141-2t-p)
305 HONDA SCRAMBLER 66. Best
offer take it 376-9554. 82 French
Quarter. (Al4l3tp)
SUZUKI x6 Hustler 250 cc, 1967,
3,200 Miles, excellent condition
must sell. Call Dave. Rm. 203. Ph.
372-9358. (A-141-3t-p)
HONDA S9o, 1968. Nearly new
1000 mi. Must sell soon, $265 firm.
Helmet included. Call 3783162
evenings. (Al4l3tp)
STUDENT SPECIAL. Used 6 drawer
desk and swival chair 528.50 (over
SIOO new). Anything in new, used
and refinished office furniture and
equipment (no calculators)
Unbelieveable savings. JR OFFICE
FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT.
Call 376-1146. (A-141-st-p)
FOR RENT
SUBLEASE for summer 2
bedroom, AC, Furnished, 1 block
from campus, $135.00 per month,
Olympia Apts. Call 3769740 after
5. (B-1355tp)
THREE BEDROOM unfurnished
house on Archer Road opposite
Stengel Field Airport. Married
student only, $65.00 per month for
long-term tenant. Water furnished.
Phone 372-9903. (B-135-st-p)
OLYMPIA HiRise has always
offered carpeting, central Air,
convenient location adjacent campus
and the nicest furnishings and design
in town. What's NEW is slashed
RENT! As LITTLE as $275.00 buys
a 1 BR for summer quarter, $350.00
takes a 2 BR. Call 376-7534,
372-3576. (B-140-11t-p)
SUPER SUMMER SAVINGS:
Swimming pool, AC, dose proximity
to campus,ail from University Apts,
for sllO to $l5O for summer qtr.
Two sizes for efficiencies and 1
bedrm., also, renting for Fall. See at
1524 N.W. 4th Ave. or call
376-8990. (Bl39lotp)
NEED peace, privacy? Incredibly
spacious, more less furnished
downtown area apt. June, July
August, $50.00 month (utilities
Included!). Prefer single graduate
student. 378-7687. (B-140-3t-p)
2 BEDROOM furnished Village Park
apartment for summer. On pool.
Kitchen partially furnished. Available
June 8, $160.00 per month. Call
378-3065. (Bl4o2tp)
COLONIAL MANOR Apt. 153 Close
to campus, AC., Furnished, pool.
Available in June. Call 3783817 or
Tom U of F, Ext. 2307.
(Bl4o3tp)
WALK out your back door to a
beautiful pool. Study in the Sun this
summer. Sublease University Gardens
Apt. 2 bedrooms. Phone 3768836.
(Bl4ostp)
SUMMER LIVING for ALL male
students, $60.00/mo. room and 3
meals/day. Independence, one block
off campus. Apply to Collegiate
Living Organization, 117 N.W. 15th
St. or Call 376-9420.
(Bl37l4tp)
SUBLEASE for summer 2 bedroom
air conditioned, duplex apt., SIOO.OO
per month. Vi block from Norman
Hall. Call 378-1815. (B-139-4t-p)
FRANTERNITY MEN, house closing
for the summer? Try cooperative
living at Georgia Seagle Hall. $220
per quarter, room and board. Drop
by the house today. Georgia Seagle
Hall, 1002 W. Univ. Ave. 372-9410,
or 376-2476. (B-141-st-p)

FOR RENT
COLONIAL MANOR Subletting
for entire summer, SIOO per month.
AC, pool one block from campus.
Call 3760760 or Come by Apt.
142. (Bl4l3tp)
FURNISHED 2 bedroom Village
Park Apt to sublease for summer.
TV and 14 month rent free,
372-7223. (B-141-2t-p)
FURNISHED LANDMARK Apt. to
sublease for summer. TV and other
extras. Will offer good deal on rent.
378-7529. (B-141-2t-p)
SUBLET: Large two bedroom
furnished, AC. Apt. will
accommodate four. Need car,
$135.00, except $90.00 June. Call
evenings. 3762269. (Bl4l-stp)
UNFURNISHED: 1018 N.E. 28th
Avenue, 4 bdrm, 2 bath, Fla. Room,
large storage room, Carpeting,
Central Heat, AC. Unit, Pool Priv.
Completely repainted throughout,
$l7O per month with lease. Call
376-8484 for key. (B-141-ts-c)
ONE MONTH FREE rent, 2
bedroom furnished apt, AC., 3 blocks
from campus available in June,
$115.00. Call 378-1951.
(Bl4lstp)
FIREPLACE, dishwasher, AC, pool,
cable TV, free gas grills, quiet shady
side, view, 1% bath townhouse, two
full bedrooms and one miniguest
room, many extras! Landmark Apts.
378-7429. (B-141-3t-p)
Available June 1, ONLY 3 month
lease, option for longer, 1 bedroom,
pool, electric kitchen, SIOO.OO.
376-2387 after 5. (B-141-2t-p)
i
WANTED
DRIVING to Ohio May 29th, wanted
someone to share driving and maybe
expenses. Days 376-1611, Ext 316,
Evenings 376-3750. (C-139-p)
2 FEMALE ROOMMATES to move
in immediately, or for summer
and/or fall quarter. University
Gardens. 376-7670. (C-139-3t-p)
NEEDED: one or two male
roommates for summer in established
French Quarter Apt. Rent only
$107.50 for entire summer, payable
monthly. Call 3788893 after six.
(Cl4o3tp)
TUTOR wanted to teach BCN 261
"Statics need 3 hours a week of
instruction will pay good. Contact
professor Lewis Grove Hall (Ist
floor) (Cl4osto)

ENJOY QUIET living at Village 34.
Only $105.00 per month for one
bedroom furnished with
Air-Conditioning. Couples preferred.
Call 378-8911 after 6 p.m.
(Wl37st p)
FRENCH QUARTER Sublease
two bedroom AC., apt. for summer
quarter. Call 3785437, or come by
apartment 87, Ask about terms.
(Wl39st p) [
APARTMENT BY POOL, one
bedroom Village Park apartment to
sublease for summer, attractive view.
CAM 378-8710 evenings.
(Wl3Bst p)
SUBLEASE: One bedroom,
furnished, AC, June-Aug, with
option for next year, 3 blocks from
campus. 1716 N.W. 3rd Ave. Apt. 21.
Call 378-6083. (W-139-st-p)
WANTED: THREE coeds desire
fourth. Large, 2 bedroom, AC., apt.
University Gardens. Fall 196869.
Call after 4 p.m. Robin, 378-7188.
(Wl39stp)
' T.
TWO MALE ROOMMATES needed
to sublet a Summit House Apt.,
$40.50 per month. No Security
deposit. Call 3783044.
(Wl4ost p)

Monday, May 20, 1968, The Florida Alligator,

WANTED
TWO FEMALE roommates wanted
for Landmark Apt. for fall. AC, 2
bedroom, on pool, dishwasher. Call
Linda Room 143, 3769387.
(Cl 37 stp)
WA NTE D : One rider to
Michigan-share gas, and driving.
Leaving June 8, or later (can
arrange). Call Dick Rhoads at
372-9410. (Cl3Bstp)
MALE ROOMMATES wanted,
SIOO.OO covers everything until
August 31. LaFontana Apartments,
AirCond., Soundproof, SunDeck,
Call R ick, 378-6281.
(Cl393tp)
WANTED: 4 student to sublet 2
bedroom. Air Conditioned Apt next
to Pool. SIOO 4th Quarter per
person. Call 378 BBO6.
(Cl4l3tp)
1 ROOMMATE wanted 2 bedroom
AC, carpet, kitchen, $45.00 month
376 4945 ask for Dick.
(C-1404tp)
HELP WANTED |
NIGHT CLERK: 4:00 p.m. to 12:00
Midnight and 12:00 Midnight to 7:00
a.m. Over 21 Exp. preferred, apply in
person. Tom Sawyer Motor Inn.
(El39st p)
OPENING for Security Guard, part
time on weekends. Must be 25 or
over. Veterans preferred, however
anyone is eligible. Call 3724915
between 67 p.m. ONLY.
(El4o3tp)
WANTED: ADVERTISING SALES SALESMAN
MAN SALESMAN for Florida Alligator. Must have
car and be available for summer term.
Good pay, good working conditions,
great experience. Ad majors
preferred. Apply room 330 Reitz
Union. (E92tfnc)
LADIES READY to wear, managerial
and sales personnel needed for well
established, medium priced, dress and
sports wear shop. Excellent
opportunity for advancement, all
fringe benefits plus retirement plan.
Experienced only. Age 2545, Reply
giving resume of experience to:
Gainesville Sun, Box b92M,
Gainesville, Florida. (El37lotc)
HIGHLY QUALIFIED SECRETARY
for Builders Office. Shorthand, good
typing and other secretarial skills
essential. Permanent job. Excellent
pay. Do not apply unless well
qualified. Phone 3769950 days or
3782000 evenings. (El3stfc)

APARTMENT HUNTERS GUIDE

WOULD YOU BELIEVE, $250.00?
That's all it takes to live in luxurious
LA FONTANA hirise for the entire
summer quarter! Adjacent UF Post
Office See Apt. 506 or call
376-4134 or 376-7534.
(W-140111 p)
ROOMMATE for summer and/or fall.
Village Park, $35.00 per month in
summer; University Gardens, $42.50
in Fall. Split utilities 4 ways. Call
Tom, 378-7543. RENT DISCOUNT: Sub-let for
summer and will pay V* of your total
rent. Own single room. Air Cond., 1
mile from campus, $40.00 per
month. 378-8344. (W-139-st-p>
1-3 TO SUBLET 2 bedroom apt for
summer. AC., comfortable. 1 block
from campus, SIOO.OO per month.
378-7187. (Wl4ostp)
'
SUPERHOUSE Sublease for
summer 2 story, 4 bedroom, 2
bath, furnished, wall-to-wall
carpeting, back yard with picnic
tables, $200.00 per month. Call
378-8638. (W-138-st-p)

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HELP WANTED
PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT seeks
full time secretary as of June 1.
Contact Mr. Eagan, Central
Employment2lol, or Thomas
Hanna-2881. (E-139-3t-p)

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NEEDED: 3 or 4 to sublet
kool, Air-Conditioned, poolside. Sin
City Apt. at reduced rate for June,
July, August. Call
378-3609. (Wl39stp)
ATTRACTIVE modern
Air-Conditioned furnished duplex
apartment. Two bedrooms, private
patio. Available June 1, no lease.
3218 N.W. 21st St., $115.00.
3760894 also $105.00 apartment.
(W-138-13t-p)
FEMALE ROOMMATE FOR 2
BDRM APT., $30.00 a month, place
needs work, can be great, 14 blocks
from campus, near downtown. Call
378-4954. (W-140-st-p)
FOR SALE: 3 BR. 1 Bath, all
Electric home in N.E. Section, close
to shopping center, school, and park,
low down payment and take over
small monthly mortgage payments.
Less than rent. Call 3721355 after
7 p.m. (Wl4ostp)
WILLIAMSBURG 3-Bedroom
poolside apt. available June 6, .or
summer quarter only: Can work deal
for June Rent. Call 3786652.
(W-1405tp)

Use our handy
mall In order
form.

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HELP WANTED
'l*
VARITYPER OPERATOR Layout
and copy preparation experience. 5
day week, salary based on
experience. Ewing Photoprint
Service, 378-2436. (E-137-st-c>

WALK TO CAMPUS & JJ FINLEY!
Country setting of tall pines on quiet
street. 4 BR or 3 & study. 2 baths,
family room, living room, with beam*
ed ceiling & fireplace, entry hall dark
rm., patio, many extras, flexible
terms. $28,500. 372-2914.
(Wl4lstp)
RUBY D. Apts. Sublease spacious
one bedroom furnished apt. Live
comfortable this summer with
air-condition and pool privileges. All
electric. Available June. Call
378-8613. (Wl4lstp)
WANTED: 2 male roommates to
share 2 bedroom Univ. Gardens Apt.
with 2 law students, $90.00 for
entire summer. No deposit Call
378-7503. (Wl4lstp)
1 or 2 FEMALE ROOMMATES
needed for summer quarter. Summit
House: off pool, stereo,
AC., cable TV, 39.75 a month. Call
378 8604 after 5 p.m.
(Wl4lstp)
4
One female roommate for summer
quarter Landmark Apts. Call
37 8 385 1 after 6 p.m.
(Wl4lstp)
NEED one female roommate for
Tanglewood Manor Apts, for Sept. '
68 June 69, $43.75 per month.
Call Linda or Carla at 372-7973.
(Wl3Bst-p)



i, The Florida Alligator, Monday, May 20, 1968

Page 10

ADMINISTRATIVE
NOTICES
NATIONAL DEFENSE
LOAN BORROWERS: If
you have been approved for
a release of funds from the
National Defense Loan
Program for the summer
quarter, and have
p reregistered for that
quarter, your fee payment
can be deducted from your
loan. As soon as you
receive the Fee Card and
Certificate of Registration
in the mail, bring them to
the Student Accounts
Office to process your fee
payment. No money will be
advanced until the first
week of June.
LOAN APPLICATIONS:
The Student Accounts
section is now. accepting
short term loan
applications for payment of
fourth quarter registration
fees.
FEE PAYMENTS
DEADLINE is noon, June
8. In order to provide
better service, the Student
Accounts Office requests
that fees be paid prior to
May 20. Fee Payments may
be made at the teller
window between 8:30 a.m.
and 3 p.m., Monday
through Friday at the
Student Depository. Fee
payments may also be
deposited anytime up to
the deadline in the drop on
the east outside wall of the
Student Depository.
FACULTY INVITA INVITATION:
TION: INVITATION: President and Mrs.
Stephen C. O'Connell
request the pleasure of
your company at a
reception honoring
Chancellor and Mrs. Robert
B. Mautz and the
University faculty on
Saturday, June 1, from
Blo p.m. in the Reitz
Union. There will be
dancing from 8:3011:30
p.m. Because of the length
of the receiving line, some
of the invitations that are
being sent read B9 p.m.

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FLORIDA CAMPUS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION!
sth Avenue at the corner of 12th Street. Hours : 8:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. I

Orange and

BLUE BULLETIN

and others read 9lo.
Dress is semiformal
formal, if desired.
GENERAL NOTICES
YOUNG DEMOCRATS
will host Scott Kelly on
Monday, May 20 at 7:30
p.m. in Room 210 of the
Reitz Union. His speech
will deal with the
unpledged slate of delegates
to the Democratic National
Convention. The event is
open to the public. A
reception will be held
following the speech.
THE DANCE
COMMITTEE of the Union
Board is looking for more
members. The activities
include decorations,
concessions and planning.
Anyone interested should
apply to the Program
Office, 310 Reitz Union.
CAMPUS CALENDAR
Monday, May 20
Program Office: Dancing
Lessons, 245 Union,
7:00 p.m.
Alpha Phi Omega: Business
Meeting, 357 Union,
7:00 p.m.
Dairy Science Club;
Election of Officers, 201
Dairy Science Bldg.,
7:30 p.m.
Young Democrats: Speech,
Scott Kelly, Union Aud.,
7:30 p.m.
Gator Amateur Radio Club:
Meeting, 525 E & I, 8:00
p.m.
Florida Players: "Imaginary
Invalid," Constans
Theatre, 8 p.m.
Tuesday, May 21
Vice Pres. Hale:
Commencement
Instructions, Univ. Aud.,
4j).m.
A.S.A.E : Meeting & Film,
Ag. Engineering Bldg.,
7:30 p.m.
Painting for Fun: Art
Lessons: 118 Union,
7:30 p.m.

Florida Players: "Imaginary
Invalid," Constans
Theatre. 8 p.m.
Boston Symphony
Chambers Players: Univ.
Aud., 8:15 p.m.
Program Office: Bridge
Lessons, 150 C, Union, 7
p.m.
Tuesday Evening Supper
Club: Dinner, University
Inn, 7 p.m. Membership
open to singles over 21.

GATOR CLASSIFIED

I HELP WANTED I
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X-RAY TECHNICIANS for
permanent Bs shift at studant
infirmary. Univanity of Florida.
Starting alary, $4,800. Libarai fringa
benefits, Equal opportunity
Employar. Call M. Maca 376-3261,
Ext. 3108. (El37stp)
HELP WANTED: Wa am now
intarviawing studants to work
porttima to pastaup tha Florida
Alligator this summer. Experience
desired. Daytime work. Hourly wage.
Sea Peggy Saykora, Room 330 Reitz
union after 7:00 p.m. this weak.
(El33tfcn)
STUDENTS! Looking for summer
employment? No matter where you
plan to be you can earn SIOO par
month, part or full time. Call
3783777 for appointment.
(El4l6tp)
FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER for
Alligator Advertising Department to
begin summer term. Must have
camera equipment; dark room is
provided. Apply Room 330 Reitz
Union. (E-141-10t-cn)
AUTOS
:< ; : v
*53 OLDS. Runs well. Very
Dependable. Good for around town
transportation. Must Sail! SIOO.OO or
best offer. Call Bin. Room 404,
372-9120. (Gl4ostp)
1962 YELLOW CORVAIR Monza
radio, heater, air conditioner.
Good condition. Best offer. Call
Linda Jennings dorm. Room 6
evenings. 372-6381. (G-141-st-p)
59 MGA Silver. AM-FM radio,
seat belts, good top, tonneau, side
curtains, now exhaust system, valve
job, tuneup. Getting married, must
sell. $395.00. CALL 372-3240.
(Gl4l3tp>

Wednesday, May 22
Fla. Speleological Society:
Meeting, 347 Union, 7
p.m.
Circle K: Meeting: 357,
Union, 7:30 p.m.
^
Florida Players: "Imaginary
Invalid," Constans
Theatre, 8 p.m.
Boston Symphony Chamber
Players: Univ. Aud., 8:15
p.m.

AUTOS
1929Modal A, 2 door, good
machanical, good body, daan inside.
$850.00, Qtag. Cross City,
498-3856 or 3887. (G-137-st-p)
VW 1966 EXCELLENT condition
,VW maintained 13,000 miles,
$1,300. Call after 2:30 p.m.
378-3330. (Gl37stp)
1962 VW Sedan, good condition,
whitewalls, radio, heater, NEW tag,
$630.00 or bast offer. Available June
5. 372-7400. Student.
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Hie cover of this years
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show that women are more than
making their mark in the twen twentieth
tieth twentieth year of UF co-education.
Those particular marks,
actually photographs, which
grace the cover of the Florida
Quarterly were made by a
talented, prize winning UF coed,
Bea Nettles. 4ARF.
Miss Nettles art work, which
was chosen from a variety of
entries, deals with seed pods
a favorite theme of hers de developed
veloped developed in many of her art pieces
which have won prizes throughout
the state.
Most of my art work is in
landscapes, Miss Nettles said.
Im working on a number of
flying or airial landscapes at the
present, she commented.
Miss Nettles works primarily
in the media of graphics, photo photography
graphy photography and painting.
To mention a few of the awards
Miss Nettles has earned with her
art, first mention should be of her
Best of Show award received
in the annual student art show
held at the UF in November.
Miss Nettles also has to her
credit this year a first prize
for a painting in the Ocala Art
Show and another first place for
a painting in the St Augustine
Art Show.
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mately approximately 700 other entries.
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might decide the winners from
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A fellowship to study painting
and graphics at the University of
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most recent achievement. She
will study there toward a Masters
in Fine Arts, the highest degree
one can receive in this area.
At the UF Miss Nettles works
as assistant to the nationally nationallyknown,
known, nationallyknown, art-photography in instructor,
structor, instructor, Gerry Velsmann.
During her summers Miss
Nettles has attended the Pent Pentland
land Pentland School of Crafts in Pent Pentland,
land, Pentland, N.C., where students of
art from all over the country
gather to learn from professional
artists of national renown.
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terest interest in art to a creative family.
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English teacher at Palatka Junior
College, is writing a book of
childrens stories which Miss
Nettles Dlans to illustrate for her.
The stories are ones she used
to tell me when I was little, and
the characters are all animals
with human characteristics,
Miss Nettles commented.

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Miss Nettles father ia a pro professor
fessor professor in Agriculture at the UF.
I learned to work with tools
at an early age, Miss Nettles
remembers.
My parents built our home,
and I had to learn out of sur survival.
vival. survival.
When I was little, I used to
draw on the walls, but I was
never scolded for it.
Miss Nettles also makes most
of the paint she uses in her
work.
Its cheaper, and I can control
the texture I want much better.
I constantly have paint on my
hands though, she laughed.
Usually I bleach them once
a week or so, but then it starts
all over again. Its nearly im impossible
possible impossible to get the ink that 1
use in print-making oyt from
under my fingernails.
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art in college when she graduates
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work.
Miss Nettles was chosen as the
receplent of the Phi Beta Kappa
creative achievement award.
She has maintained an over-all
average of 3.76 at the UF.

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By NEAL SANDERS
Alligator Sports Writer
Floridas trackmen were left
in the dust this weekend, as Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee ran away with the SEC
Track crown lor the fifth straight
year.
UF placed second In the meet,
but it was Tennessee all the way
as the Volunteers won nine of
the seventeen events, and at least
'placed a man in each of the others.
Florida took first places in the
discus and shot put, and placed
in most events. The two top
spots were both posted by John
Morton. Mortons shot mark was
put at 55- 1/4, and the discus
at 177-7.
Other UF trackers placing In
the meet included both Joel Sar Sarrett
rett Sarrett and Mike Flanagan in the
pole vault, and Ron Jourdan in
the high jump. The pole vault,
Flanagan cleared 15-8, which
was good enough for a second
place mark. Sarrett tied for
fourth at 15-0.
Jourdans high jump attempt
was 6-7 3/4, which earned the
Gator a second place in the
event Jourdan earlier in the
season became the first jumper in
the SEC to clear seven feet. The
top jump of the SEC meet was
set by Tennessees Karl
Kremser, with a height of 6*
9 3/4. Frank Saier also placed
in the high jump, with a mark
of 65.
Grover Howard, UFs top
freshman starter, dented his own
record in the triple jump by post posting
ing posting a 47-1/2 hop to take third
place in the event. Howard also
finished third in the long jump,
"with a mark of 22-11 3/4.
C. J. Fowlkes and Jerry Fan Fannin
nin Fannin both placed in the 440 in intermediate
termediate intermediate hurdles to give UF
another dual score in an event.
Fannin placed second in the event
with a time of 52.3, only .6
seconds off the winning pace set
by Dave Atkins of Alabama.
Fowlkes was third with a 52.5
clocking. In this event, Tennessee
finished a slow fifth, their poor poorest
est poorest effort of the day.
Floridas only real disappoint disappointment
ment disappointment of the day came with Bob
Langs second place in the 880
sprint, where Langs 1:49.9
wasnt enough to overcome the
Vols Larry Kelly, who placed
first with 1:49.0.
Finally, in the javelin, Mike
Burton was able to muster only
a second place showing in the
final round of scoring, after lead leading
ing leading the preliminaries. Burton
copped the preliminary title on
a 234-9 throw, and equalled
this mark in the finals, but again,
a Tennessee tracker, this time,
BiU Skinner, did UF out of a.
first place title. Skinner ran off
with the event with a throw of
238*-4, smashing the SEC marie
Burton had set a day earlier.
Tennessee was top-heavy with
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place with a total score of 108
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A new triple jump record was
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three assorted hops and bettered
the standing record by 18 inches.
Gabels mark was put at 50 1
8 3/4. Tennessee captured yet
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in the mile relay. The team
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final new mark came in the pole
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Top Prospect
Looks UF Over
John Stuart, of Glasgow, Ky. is visiting on campus
for several days this week, deciding if he should
make UF his home. Stuart has been offered a full
I scholarship by track Coach Jimmy Carnes, but
| this athlete could also well qualify under the aca aca|
| aca| demies department.
Stuart is tops in Kentucky in weights* where he
I bench presses better than 400 pounds. However, his
biggest effort is in the discus and shot. He cur currently
rently currently holds down the tenth best distance ever in
I prep shot put, on a heave of 66-5 with the
' 12-pound shot. Practicing with the 16-pound college
shot, he has unofficially broken the standing SEC
mark with his throw of 61-7. The best mark to
date is only 582.
As ajgraduating senior, Stuart holds a A- average
! through high school, and topped off this with a
26 on the SAT.
Stuart wants to go into either Chemistry or
Physics, and considers the track end of his life as
more of a hobby than a skill, as his training has
all been by his own practicing.

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l, Tiie Florida Alligator, Monday, May 20, 1968

Tuscaloosa Cabbie: Transplants And Tramps

TUSCALOOSA I began to
worry the moment I saw him.
A one-armed cab driver just
didn't seem right. But his per personality
sonality personality had his looks beat all
the way.
His name was Nub, an aristo aristocratic
cratic aristocratic title that he earned when
he had his left arm lopped off
six inches below the shoulder.
He drove a cab from the Tus Tuscaloosa
caloosa Tuscaloosa airport to the Univer University
sity University of Alabama campus.
Where you go in, son?" he
asked.
SDT sorority house and then
the baseball field."
Pll take you there/' he told
roe, but Pll tell you right now,
they're having final exams and
men ain't allowed in."
I think Pll get in."
O.K. I know a lot of those
SDT*s you know, they're nice
kids," he said.
Do you date many of them?,"
I asked jokingly.
Nah," said the 55-year old
driver as if my question was
a logical one. I just haul em
out to the airport a lot; they're
aU rich and they fly more than
the damn pHotdoes."
You know, your Florida boys
don't have a chance against our
men," he noted in reference to the
SEC championships, after we had
told each other a little bit about

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ourselves. Our men are un undefeated,
defeated, undefeated, you know."
If my memory serves me cor correctly,
rectly, correctly, our men beat your boys
two days ago," I answered.
Oh, thats right, that was our
first loss of the year." The Crim Crimson
son Crimson Tide went into the champion championship
ship championship playoffs with an 11-8 record.
Tell roe," he went on (and on),
what do you think about them
heart translations them doctors
are doing?"
They're 0.K., I replied in intelligently,
telligently, intelligently, waiting for his next
move.
A friend of mine had one of
'em," he said, as I prepared my myself
self myself for the punch line. They
gave him the heart of a colored
fella and things are workln out
great; he's already gotten three
welfare checks and he's grown
three inches."
I chuckled and he almost suf suffocated
focated suffocated from laughter, reaching
for his handkerchief with his one

catcher Tiro McCarver and start starting
ing starting pitcher Bob Gibson are the
Cardinals who are the consensus
choices, and second baseman Bill
Mazeroskl, shortstop Gene Alley
and rightflelder Roberto Clem Clemente
ente Clemente are the Pirates who won the
nod for the top sports.
Willie Mays of the San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Giants is the number one
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Chicago Cubs' Ron Santo at third
base and the Cincinnati Reds'
Ted Abernathy in a relief pitch pitching
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good arm as the car almost
swerved into a ditch.
Nub picked me up at the base baseball
ball baseball field the next day, after
Florida dropped their second
consecutive game and the
championship.
HI, I told you we'd win, didn't
I," he said.
You told me."
Then we started talking about
Nub's other profession those
wonderful creatures who play playfor-pay.
for-pay. playfor-pay.
Yeah, I'll get you anything
you want, broads to booze," he
said. All you need is money.
You couldn't exactly say I
run a house; actually, it's only
two married women that I been
pushln' for the past 12 years."
Nub said he signed his two
prospects when they were each

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about 20, and neither even con considered
sidered considered quitting when they got
married. His only regret is that
he can't find any University of
Alabama girls whom he says
could bring in twice the money.
The university girls do it for
nothing and then tell me it's dirty
to do it for pay," he explained,
shaking his head. I tell them
they're sitting on a million-dollar
mattress, but they don't listen."
Hey, son, do you like
women?
I love them," I punned, but
not when they cost me money."
Nub said his real heyday was
when he set up shop behind a
Tuscaloosa bar. He tore the
back seat out of his car and
installed a mattress.
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hearded em out a half nour later.
Ten for roe, and ten for the
girl. That was O.K. until the
police got roe cost roe S2OO
to but my way out of that one.
We finally reached the air airport
port airport
Well, If you won't pay for It,
the next time you come to Tus Tuscaloosa,
caloosa, Tuscaloosa, we'll round us up a few
cutles for free, he said as he
jokingly extended his stump for
me to shake.
You got a deal, Nub.
I paid him for the ride and
started away. Just to make sure
he was real, I turned around
and looked at him.
From his car he smiled, waved
his nub and drove away.
On the plane I wondered when
I'd be back in Tuscaloosa.



Alabama Zeroes In On Gators, 5-0, 3-0

By PAUL KAPLAN
Alligator Sports Editor
TUSCALOOSA Alter the
Gators won the first game of
the SEC Championship playoffs
last Wednesday, Alabama catcher
John Peck walked (9 to Florida
center fielder Nick Nicosia and
said Walt 'til you come to the
pit."
Nicosia and the rest of the UF
baseball team journeyed to the
pit," a home-spun name tor
Tuscaloosa, Ala. the next day,
and then left here two days later,
wishing John Peck and the rest of
the Alabama baseball team never
existed. >
The Gators ran into two Bama
hurlers, Eddie Propst and Mike
Innes, and for 18 innings spent
their time swatting at air and
dreaming about their return to
Gainesville. Alabama won the two
games, 5-0 and 3-0 and became
the SEC champions.
Florida's hitting troubles
began Friday afternoon at Ala Alabama's
bama's Alabama's Thomas Field. UF went
into, the best two-out-of-three
series with a one game edge
thanks to their 4-3 win at home.
Lefty Jim Courier was given
the assignment to wrap up the
championship for the Gators, but
UA's Propst had a different idea.
The Crimson Tide started
scoring early as a single and two
UF errors gave them a 1-0 lead.
Slugger Stan Moss started the
frame off with a single and he
scored moments later, after
errors by Leon Bloodworth and
Richard Trapp.
The Tide scored three more
runs and sewed up the win in
the third inning. Propst opened
the frame with a single and came
around to score after a sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice bunt and a single by second
baseman Lynn Bailey. One out
later Moss cracked his seventh

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homer of the season, an Alabama
record, over the left field fence,
scoring Bailey in front of him
and making the score 4-0.
Alabama finished off the scor scoring
ing scoring with a single run in the eighth
inning, on Propst's second hit,
a sacrifice bunt, a hit batsman
and a force out on an attempted
double play.
Courier pitched a lot better
than the score might indicate.
The 5-10 junior, whose record
dropped to 5-3 on the year, al allowed
lowed allowed only five hits while he
was striking out five on way to
taking the loss. The Gators
managed one hit less, but could
not put them together for the
big inning as their opponents
did. Propst lifted his record to
8-3 with the shutout victory.
The championship game the
following day drew over 3,000
fams to Thomas Field. And the
results were just about the same
for both squads.
Alabama managed only four
hits together, as three singles

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to these young victims and
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Bama's freshman hurler Mike
Innes was the hero of the con contest,
test, contest, as the lefty breezed to his
seventh straight win of the
season. >
Innes started off rally
with a single in the third. Left
fielder Jack Traffanstedt fol followed
lowed followed with another single and
there were men on first and
second with none out. Gator
hurler David Kahn then walked
Frank Cargo and Moss to force
in a run the only one Ala Alabama
bama Alabama needed. Center fielder Bill
Parker iced the game with a
single to center that drove in
two more runs. Kahn was credited
with the loss, dropping his record
to 1-2 this year..
Floridas only real threat in the
game came in the ninth inning,
which is not unusual for the
comeback-loving Gators. Mike
Picano singled with one out for
his second hit of the game. Tony
Dobles then walked, but Innes

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Fried Chicken locations on
this special day. Give a little
love . and help Colonel
Sanders, founder of Kentucky
Fried Chicken, help these
tragically afflicted children.
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polished off the rally by getting
Mike Ovca. and Bloodworth on a
pop up and strike out. Bloodworth
was the only other Gator to get
two hits in the two games.
The Gators now return home
and have a few days to rest
before their rematch with arcfr*
rival FSU. Tills time, however,
Florida must travel to Tal Tallahassee
lahassee Tallahassee for the two-game set.
The series open with an after afternoon
noon afternoon game on Friday and ends
the following day.

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, The Florida Alligator, Monday, May 20, 1968

Gators Capture
SEC Golf Title

By MARC DUNN
Alligator Sports Writer
The Gators went up to Knox Knoxville
ville Knoxville Wednesday to win the
Southeastern Conference Golf
Championship, and win it they
did.
It was a pleasure to return
with the team,* Coach Buster
Bishop said.
Bishop was referring to his
statement before he left Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville that if the golfers didnt
win he wouldnt return to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville with them after the tourna tournament.
ment. tournament.
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Coach Bishop had his first SEC<
Championship and Steve Melnyk
his first SEC individual title.
Rain plagued the two-day 54-
hole event, causing a delay in
the final round because of casual
water on the greens. UF was down
five strokes starting the final
18 holes. Tennessee had taken an
early lead and it was a hard
fight for the Gators to overcome
the Vols home team advantage.
We had the best team, but
Tennessee was tough on their own
course, Bishop said. We took
the challenge and showed them
who had the better team.
UT had an eight stroke lead
after the first round, but the
Gators fought back in the second
round and gained three strokes.
After a rain delay in Saturdays
play UF got its chance and beat
UF by seven strokes on the last
18 holes. The final score was
848-850.
Melnyk fired a five under par
66 on Saturday to finish the
tournament nine strokes under
par in beating UFs No. 1 player.

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Tommy McGinnis by a stroke.
Steve had McGinnis by two
strokes going into the last hole,
a par five, Bishop said. **p*&d
him play for a safe par because
we were leading by three strdkes.
Steve got a par and McGinnis
birdied the hole.
The other three low Gators,
out of the six competing, were
Rick Spears, John Sale and John
Darr. Spears finished one under
par, 70-68-74. Sale was two over
par, 71-70-73. Darr ended up five
over par, 72-73-73. Ed Hoard and
Hal Hutchinson also played for
UF.

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win, he has always been a fine
golfer but it wasnt until three
weeks ago he started putting more
time into his game, Bishop
added. His play gave the team
a big boost.*
According to Bishop, an im important
portant important hole in the tournament
was the par three 195 yard
sixth. On the final days play
UF was one under and UT was
six over on this hole. UF made
seven strokes on the final
round to beat UT.

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