One Unforgettable Spring BreakDalluge recalls 1961 spring break stunt which left him as a spring break legend and ultimately a 70-day jail sentence
By Chad Koenen
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"I still think Humphrey had something to do with it," he said.
Just over a month from graduation, the freshly released Dalluge returned to Minnesota State University, Mankato, unsure of his status as a student. Though he was a free man, what happened in Ft. Lauderdale followed him to Minnesota where the president of MSUM suggested Dalluge join the Army for a while in order to let the commotion caused by his spring break performance calm down.
"He was really nice to me," said Dalluge. "‘He said if you want to be a teacher, the best thing you can do is go into the Army and let this cool down."
After six months in the Army Dalluge returned to MSUM, and graduated with his teaching degree. Though the university’s president asked Dalluge to temporarily leave, he eventually hired Dalluge back as the gymnastics coach during his masters study at MSUM.
"He couldn’t have been too mad at me because he hired me back," joke Dalluge.
Since the incident has taken place, Dalluge has been interviewed for countless stories including one written by the Miami Herald earlier this year. The famous photograph is also featured in a variety of books.
He returned to the Elbo Room for just the second time since the incident took place earlier this year after hearing that a framed photograph of the picture was hanging in the bar.
Though he resides in a home on Lake Minnewaska for most of the summer, Dalluge still lives in Florida during the winter months. Just a mile or so from the beach of the new spring break capitol, Panama City, Florida, Dalluge keeps his distance when spring breakers come each year, but will still try to get a free shirt or two from the Navy guys.
"They say it is only for college kids, and I say can’t I go to college," he said.
George Dalluge returned to the Elbo Room in Fort Lauderdale earlier this year and took a picture of himself under the famous 1961 photograph by Gene Hyde, which hangs in the bar.