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1 Coordinator's post offered to AllisonWhile I



ByTERRlWOOD Neville said she was offered the job of interim coordinator'
Alligator Managing( Editor by Hanson after he and UF President Robert 0. Marston
revii-wrd a list of candidates to till the vacancy.
you were awayExams Executive Vice President Harold Hanson has offered the NEVILLE said she would discuss her appointment with the
position of affirmative action coordinator to James Allison a Affirmative Action Council Wednesday before deciding
ended and you split for Miami, Minnesota, former administrator. at the Massachusetts Institute of whether to accept the job.
Mozambique or wherever. Bet you didn't think about UF Technology, effective July 1. She said she has been involved in affirmative action
R once during break, did you? It stayed right here, hummln In a Dec. 20 letter to Allison Hanson said he had acceptedthe through the office of academic affairs, and she is a member of
away as,It always does.. Since last quarter ended, some recommendation of the coordinator search and screen the Affirmative Action Council.
graduate assistants are' out of Jobs due to the funding committee to hire Allison. Allison is on leave from his job as assistant to the presidentof
i crunch, and the Board of Regents has ordered other THE COMMITTEE met in closed ,session Dec. 4 and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and has a
measures to deal with tight money In universities. But, If selected Allison, Robert Albert, and Ann Duncan Glasgow as masters degree in education administration.The .
i' you've got savings In the on-campus student credit union, its nominees for coordinator. coordinator will serve as staff assistant' to Hanson.
1 you're In the money. To find out the details, turn to page Allison's salary will be S2S.000.per year, according to the UF's director of affirmative action, who supervises UF's equal
three. A lot happened while yon were.away.. letter. employment opportunities plan.
i ti Hanson said he would not comment about his choice until UPS PLAN has been in effect since last spring but final
,the Affirmative Action Council meeting Wednesday at 3 p.m. approval from the U.S. Department of Health Education and
in the President's Board room. Welfare (HEW) has been delayed, pending correction of
ALLISON could not be reached for comment. several deficiencies in the plan.
Hanson said the job otTer had not been accepted and :lie Near the end of last quarter Murray met with HEW of-
'UFcensurelikely7to had not set a deadline for acceptance. ficials in Atlanta to get feedback on UF intended response to
Dorothy Neville, UF assistant dean academic. affairs the deficiencies in UFs affirmative action plan.
said is a "strong probability" she'.will accept the job of Hanson said HEW's response was favorable to Murray's
interim affirmative action coordinator until the permanent 'proposals to rectify the plan and a formal response is being
coordinator takes over on July 1. prepared.No .
end"By FORMER interim coordinator Louis Murray left UF Jan. 1
for a staff position with the Board of Regents. grievance procedure, no methods for solving tenure
S Because of a freeze on university system hiring, the per and low goals for hiring women are among the deficienci.
manent coordinator cannot begin work until l July 1. cited by HEW in a letter to UF on Nov. 21. '
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It is likely UF will be removed from national censure by the "' J.
American Association of University Professors (AAUP), ',.' : '
according to the associate general secretary. ; ;: : :: ,
AAUP secretary Jordan E. Kurland said lie thought ,. i- ,.,. '",.> .'r''P.' w,..<
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could be worked "' ... ;,:> <
something out by spring which would satisfy .t, ;: -; ) <
the AAUP and the offended ,persons Dr..George Cornwell ... ;',> i ::# ';J:}' ,<
and Councille Blye. t" '" rJ:' > ,>
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The AAUP put UF on censure in 1971 and cited several ',z. I ; .' ,. -; > :i::
instances of UF abusing the academic freedom of UF .. '
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professors.The "
two main cases which have kept UF on the AAUP
censure list were the Cornwell and Blye cases according to
Kurland."I .
RATHER suspect a cash offer is simplest," he said.
"J 1 hope that' is what is forthcoming."
A cash settlement would be a payment from UF to Blye for
the damages incurred by him as a result of his being fired by .w' 1k ro41f KK v..4 MKK t d A. :'\
UF.
Arbitration had been mentioned earlier 'as a possible
settlement.
KURLAND met with UF President Robert Q. Marston
Executive Vice President Harold Hanson and local AAUP
officials on Dec. 13.
"It was a productive meeting." David T. Smith, UF AAUP LOTS OF POT photo *by ocy harper
president said. Investigators seized $300,000 worth of marijuana from plane crash site south of Gainesville
But Smith had words of caution for those hoping for an See story page five.

easy settlement. ,.
"WHAT MIGHT be acceptable to the national AAUP
might not be acceptable to Mr. Blye. Smith said. Harris to eye graduate enrollment/ -I\IB1
.Blye.said he had no comment about the possibility of ac
cepting a cash settlement from UF..
f "Something could happen next month or the month BRIAN JONES "dollars and cents knowledge" to the regents.
after" which would keep UF on' censure. Kurland said f,' but Alligator Layout Editor "DOLLARS and how they are spent has always been interesting ,
he indicated nothing negative has happened over the past few to me, and 1 think my appointment will give the
months which would extend the length of time UF would be Former State, Rep. Marshall Harris of Miami the man board a better balance in finance."
kept (on censure. behind last spring's "enrollment padding" disclosures, said Harris actively sought appointment the regents and senta
HE SAID HE had "very constructive discussions" Sunday he "will be looking at enrollments very closely" now letter to Askew Dec. 19 informing the governor of his desireto
with Marston. Hanson and the local AAUP officials.A that he is on the Board of Regents. be named to the regents. .
committee -of the AAUP 'national organization 'is Governor Reubin Askew named Harris to the BOR last Harris did not get the support of the rest of the regents in
scheduled to meet in June at which time a decision will most., week replacing outgoing regent Carolyn Pearce in thenine-,' seeking the appointment. Board Chairman Marshall Criser
likely be made on whether or not to remove the censure. 'member group which makes policy for.. Florida's nine state nominated two black Miamians for the vacancy and ..
Marston said the UF strategy has been to let.the court universities. university system ChanceJlor-designate E.T. York wrote
cases run their course. HARRIS MUST be confirmed by the Florida Cabinet and Askew telling him it is "extremely important that a womanbe
BUT HE ADDED he would be "quite willing" to work out by the state senate which meets.in April. He will! have full appointed to replace Mrs. Pearce for reasons that are
something out of court. such as the suggested cash settlement, .oting'privUCles on the board until confirmed. many and, I'm sure. obvious."
if UF could be taken off the AAUP censure "without admission Harris and the regents came into conflict: last spring when Harris said he i is not yet sure the universities: should increase .
: of guilt" on UFs part. the House Appropriation Commitee, which.Harris chaired class sizes and require teachers to spend more time In
Marston said there Is a lot of uncertainty about arbitrationnow charged: that UF and other state universities were inflating the classroom! as state Senate President Dempsey Barron. D- .
that Blye and Cornwell caSes are in court. enrollments In some graduate programs In order to get state ,Panama City has suggested., <
"We're probably past that time," Marston said.referring to funding that they did not deserve. Harris will serve a nine-year term. He served eight years b
'the possibility of,bringing. in ,an arbitrator! .selected by !the Sunday Harris. termed 'the enrollment irregularities the ,state legislature 'four:of those as appropriations com:
national AAUP. "essentially a management problem" and said he will bring mittee chairman.



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UPI President Ford The commission will determine whether the OTHER COMMISSION members names
and included Ret Army Gen. Lyman L.
named Vice President Nelson A. Rockefeller agency "exceeded its statutory authority" Sunday
it from domestic Lemnitzer Chariman of the.Joint Chiefs ofStall'from
Sunday to head an eight-member commission violated a 1947 law barring
I 1960-63 Douglas Dillon
activities.The ; Secretaryof
investigating accusations that the Central surveillance
Intelligence Agency has illegally spied on President's action was triggered by Treasury from 1960-65;; John T. Connor

thousands of Americans within the United allegations in news reports and from chairman of the Allied Chemical Corp.; and
# States. congressmen that the CIA carried out Edgar F. Shannon, who retired this year after

Among those named to serve en the panel burglaries and electronic surveillance duringthe I 15 years as president of the University of

t under Rockefeller are former California 1960's and early 1970's and that it spiedor Virginia.

Governor Ronald Reagan; Erwin Grisworld, kept tiles on as many as 10,000 Americans
a private lawyer who was U.S. Solicitor particularly activists opposed to the Vietnamwar. Meanwhile Rep. Lucien N. Nedzi, D-

t11III ; I General from 1967-72; and Joseph Lane Mich., said Sunday his Congressional
Kirkland, secretarytreasurer of the AFL- Ford directed the commission to report any committee will also investigate charges the
.s CIO since 1969. evidence of illegal acticity to the attorney CIA spied on Americans meaning the

FORD ANNOUNCED Saturday the general. In addition, the president said t the supersecret agency now faces scrutiny from
NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER establishment of a"blue ribbon" commissionto FBI already has begun its own investigation of three sides; the commmi sion, Congress and

.to probe domestic spying investigate: the charges against the CIA. whether the CIA broke the law. the Justice Department. .



mondoy AUAN J. CENdERWir Policy maker bocks tax cut I


Editor WASHINGTON (UPD) Rep. Henry S. Reuss, D.Wis., a mittee and the House Banking Committee, strongly criticizedthe

capsule' top economic policy-setter in Congress, said Sunday that administration for "running around in circles for so many
personal income taxes should be cut by $10 billion within the months while the economy has deteriorated."

next 60 days to help control the nation's "intolerable" "We've got the kind of recession that is absolutely intolerable
recession level. (and) which shouldn't have been allowed to get this

He proposed that.taxes be pared by either allowing a $225 bad," he said. "We ought to start turning it around tomorrow
Research shows drugs credit to low and moderate income wage-earners or by instead of playing this Rip Van Winkle act that the administration

reducing the Social Security payroll levy, which he labeled has been playing."
"the cruelest tax of all." REUSS WAS interviewed on CBS-TV's "Face the Nation."

could be "ONE OF the primary sources of our ecconomic troubles President Ford, who once favored a tax surcharge on
cheaperWASHINGTON today is that there is not enough purchasing power by the middle-income families, has been studying recommendations!
average middle class family in this country," Reuss said. "We from his advisers in recent days that would cut personal

UPI The price consumers pay for do need a tax cut." income taxes by between $10 billion and $20 billion. He

prescription antibiotic drugs could be cut by more than 50 per Reuss, a member of both the Joint Congressional Com apparently has not reached a decision.

cent if drug stores were able to buy the lowest priced drugs

available a private research group said Sunday.The Auto industry putters into 1975 I
cheaper drugs are not always available to pharmacists
because companies producing the more expensive brands
often dominate the market, said the report by the Council on DETROIT (UPI) The beleaguered U.S. auto industry including imports, as the industry completes its worst year
Economic Priorities. begins the first full week of 1975 Monday with 14 of its since 1970 with sales totaling 8.85 million cars. Last month's

There are wide variations in price for drugs that have the assembly plants closed and nearly 8180,000 workes off the sales were the lowest for any month since December of 1970

same common or generic name but which are sold by different job. when a strike against General Motors cut deep into deliveries.
companies to doctors under specific brand names, even Thousands more will be out of work in the coming weeks, With first-quarter output slated to be the lowest since 1961

though they may be the same in effectiveness, the report'said.C. the automakers say, because production of just 450,000 cars is the four U.S. auto manufacturing companies have already

Joseph Stetler, President of the Pharmaceutical planned for January-29 per cent below last year's already idled or plan to idle before March close to 300,000 workers-
manufacturers Association, called the study "interesting" but depressed pace and the lowest for the month in 14 years. 40 per cent of the hourly work force. Close to 160,000 of them

said "The basic thrust appears to be against the patent and Sales figures for December, due Monday and were are on long-term layoffs, awaiting an upturn in sales so they
brand names systems, which constitute the bedrock for innovation expected to bear out the warning from Ward's Automotive can return to work.

and quality in all .of American Industry. Reports, the industry statistical agency, that automakers Ford Motor Co. will close six car plants and one truck
"Hence" he said, "they study gives woefully short shrift to haven't faced such a potentially depressed car market since assembly plant for the week, idling ,36,175! workers temporarily
the incentives that spur drug innovation and the quest for new the 1930's. with another 28,750 on indefinite layoffs. GM will
products and services." December sales are expected to total about 507,000 cars, have just two of its 23 car assembly plants closed.







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I BOR fund .affects UF grad students .1.1By



TOM SHRODER would be '"no problem" with firm full-year The reallocation distributed last 'month graduate assistants and the hiring freeze will
Alligator Staff WriterA graduate assistance commitments UF has totalled only $280,000, less than half of the create larger classes and heavier class loads.
less-than-requested allocation from the already made. However, a number of $630,000 requested by UF academic collegesin Two factors have combined to cause UF's
Board of Regents (BOR)reserve fund will put graduate students without commitments will November* present .financial squeeze-an unanticipated
the squeeze on some UF graduate students. not be receiving assistantships.A Hemp said $30,000 to $35,000 is allocatedfor increase in university enrollment and a
and may result in larger classes. GRADUATE assistantship provides faculty and ''service positions. The decrease in state revenues.
Dr. Gene Hemp UF interim assistant vice tuition and expenses for graduate students in remaining $250,000 is earmarked for MANNING DAUER, UF political science
president for academic affairs, said there return for teaching and research duties. graduate assistantships and miscellaneous department chairman said statewide
salary expens university enrollment was up 5,000 from the
DR. C. A. VANDERWERF, dean of UF's figure the legislature. used to formulate the
College of Arts and Sciences said his college budget.
would be able to meet their commitments for In this case Florida reflects a national
While you were away. .. winter quarter and are trying "very, very trend. National university enrollment was
desperately"] to make ends meet spring projected to increase by about 1.2 per cent
quarter. this year but actual figures indicate the Increase -
VanderWerf blames the scramble to meet is as high as 3.8 per cent, Dauer said.
commitments on the late reallocation of Another national trend Florida reflects is a
reserve funds. decrease in revenues. Revenues are presently
't" :t "If a private business,were run this way, it lagging behind appropriations by more than
wouldn't stay in business very long," he said. $90 million.
THE GRIM financial situation also However, UF Executive Vice President
prompted the BOR to order a hiring freeze in Harold Hanson found cause for optimism in
the nine state universities until tot salaries this winner's record-breaking tourist season.
are reduced by two per cent. "The national economy is in trouble, but
Hemp said the shortage of iui for maybe Florida's is not," Hanson said.
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f By STUART EMMRICH only student federal credit union in the
Alligator Staff Writer country.
ALTHOUGH there were reports last
For the first time in its three-year historythe quarter that the credit union was in financial
Florida Student Federal Credit Union has trouble, Sherman said the union is now "very
+ Jl i,+ yi y ., s gar,.u4 declared a dividend for depositors. stable. It is not on the verge of going
pho'by george kochoniec (jr. Student Body Treasurer Greg Sherman bankrupt."
said Friday a 6 per cent dividend will be paidto Sherman said the union was "at a low ebb"
HE'S RETURNING TO ROOST all 1974 credit union members. Sherman before because of a large number of
.'. .as are thousands of UF studentsBy estimated 2,500 students belong to the union, delinquent accounts and low deposits.He .
explained that a change in management
resulted in greater efficiency and lowered the
: number of deliquent accounts which put the
union in a"position that we can now declare a

I Hiring 'freeze' d' to cut budgetBy dividend.Beth THE Auxter.UNION" is now being managed by

Auxter and Sherman also managed to
obtain a $6,000 grant from the National
BRIAN JONES state legislature last' April... UF President Robert Q. Marston said 'Credit Union Association which Sherman
Alligator Layout EditorA A general decline in Florida's economy has ,Sunday. Marston said he is watching how said will be used to defray general expenses
choked expected tax revenue, and the state is much tax revenue comes into the state primarily salaries.
hiring "freeze" will remain jn effect at receiving less funds than called for by the treasury in order to decide how severely UFs Sherman said he hoped the improved
UF until the budget for employe salaries budgets approved by the legislature. budgets must be reduced. financial position of the union, shown by the
shrinks by two per cent. Among other university money-saving Harold] Hanson, UF executive vice dividends would increase the number of
No employes are to be laid off during the policies are: president, said Saturday "for next fall, (the members.TO .
hiring freeze, which was adopted by the Boardof REDUCE the number of small classes money-saving policy)will mean two percent BECOME a member, a student has to
Regents at their December meeting. The and the frequency of course. offerings, "if larger class sizes." deposit, at least $5. The member is then.
policy instead calls for all state universities to possible;" NEITHER Marston nor Hanson .said there eligible for loans' from the union.
stop hiring replacements for outgoing em .Limit long-distance telephone calls, would be an immediate effect on class sizes Sherman estimated the union has made
ployes until the salaries budgets are reduced. duplicating, and use of outside consultants; because of the money-saving policies, 2,300 loans since it opened in January, 1972.
REGENTS adopted nine other money- Reducing electrical consumption.HOW however.In. He said the loan interest is usually 12 per
saving policies designed to comply with Gov. budget cuts will affect students is in other regents action, the board rejectedan cent. The Union currently has assets of
Reubin Askew's order that all state agencies, question, ,but slightly larger class sizes for admissions policy which would have approximately $40,000 he said.
t including the university system, must reduce next fall are a certainty. prohibited convicted felons from entering The credit union is located on the third
spending below the amounts approved by the "It's too early to make sharp ptedictions," crowded university programs.me floor of the J. Wayne Reitz Union.




I Harris blasts. investigation of Honor Court -' ? .. I ICourt




JOE MORAN at Robert Bryan interim vice-president for ," Bryan said. "I 1 return all calls no matter Craig Mitchell, was present.at the
Alligator Staff Writer academic affairs. who they're from. meeting. '
Harris said Bryan had been "uncooperativeand "He must have me confused with someone Harris said Mitchell, who serves on the
An investigation into the effectiveness ,of cynical" toward Honor Court attempts to else," Bryan added. court's attorney general staff:was relativelynew
the Honor Court "is the administration's correct deficiencies in the system and had and could not speak with as much
attempt to satisfy someone:' Robert Harris repeatedly .Oiled to respond to phone calls HARRIS SAID the Honor Court was not knowledge as many others could.
chancellor of the court said Sunday. and memos."I officially notified of the organizational The student members of the task force were
The UF Task Force on Student Judicial feel he's the one exerting a lot of the meeting even though he had received appointed by Student Body President Steve
Systems held its organizational meeting Dec pressure to investigate' the Honor'' Court," assurances from UF President Robert Q. Merryday according. Sandeen.In .
5 to study the shortcomings of the 61-year-old Harris said.BRYAN Marston and Vice President for Student his state-of-the-campus speech at the
honor code and the court which was foundedin indicated he was surprised at Affairs Arthur Sandeen that input from the end of fall quarter, Merryday said restruc-
the 19405.HARRIS' Harris' accusations. Honor Court would be given top priority. turing the Honor Court would be attemptedthis
CHARGE was leveled primarily "I don't remember MV. Harris ever calling Sandeen said a representative of the Honor winter.



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It should be, Generator Alachua County ServiceAlternatorsStarters Plane wrecked; escape blocked



CLASSIFIEDGenerators in Foreign CarService I by 1400 pounds of marijuanaBy


BRIAN JONES Although no information about the crash is being issued
GatorClassifieds Ph. Alligator Layout Editor officially until the Federal Aviation Administration completes
378-4011 Investigators are trying to determine the cause of a plane its investigation, the plane was probably coming from
508 N.W. 8th Ave. crash south of Gainesville Saturday which left two men in Jamaica and may have crashed because of engine trouble.:
county jail and about 1,400 pounds of marijuana in the handsof ON THE SCENE at the crash site Saturday, Task Force
Alachua County Drug Task Force Agents.Appointments. Director Lt. Clint McGraw said papers recovered from the
SINCLAIR EATON plane indicated it was coming from Jamaica.
Local resident James Ramsey and his family who witnessedthe
set
DOG SCHOOL crash from their home about a mile away and reported it
to police, said the plane's engines "sounded funny" and
for financial aidStudents "sputtered" as it circled Levy Lake once before crashing and
flipping over in three-foot deep muck.
Dennis J. Conroy, 22, and Michael P. Timmins 26, were
who cannot meet their appointment to pick
up trapped upside down in the Piper P-31 aircraft until rescuedby
financial aid should set up a new appointment, according to
sheriffs deputies and volunteers from the Micanopy
Irving Loeb, UF's assistant financial director.
Rescue Unit.THEIR .
Two 45-minute periods scheduled each day from 8 to 8:45:
9 a.m., and from 3:45: to 4:30: p.m., will be used to handle ESCAPE was blocked by the 20 to'25 pound bagsof
YEARS rescheduled appointments or emergency cases, Loeb said. marijuana they were allegedly transporting, which shiftedto
HOWEVER, students who missed their appointments will the front of the plane on impact, according to McGraw.
EXPERIENCE not be able to go during the tree period without first Conroy and Timmins suffered only minor injuries, according
rescheduling. to the sheriff's report, and were arrested for
NOVICE ADVANCE PROTECTION Approximately 4,000 appointments were sent to students possession of more than five grams of marijuana.Their .
AND ATTACK DOGS during the break to "see if we could cut down on the lengthof bond was set at $20.000 each Sunday.
time students have to stand at the Hub,"Loeb said. SHERIFF'S deputies removed the marijuana from the
TWO additional windows at the Hub will be open to handle plane by airboat, but the airboat pilot, Ricky Robinson of
OBEDIENCE CLASSESTO service deferments and waivers-a system that could cut Gainesville said"there's still a whole lot of that stuff floating
START JAN. 13JAN.. down the number of students having to wait in line by approximately around in the marsh-like skum."
two to threee thousand students, he said. Neither Conroy or Timmins would give authorities any
ALL BREEDS ACCEPTED Loeb said students with deferments should avoid waiting in information but their names upon arrest.
line by dropping the papers in the night depository box at the McGraw estimated the value of the marijuana seized at
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EDITORIAL fu UNE M 'MEN'



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Evening .



RECESSION

"People think we won the trial but they're

wrong. We really lost all the way around."
1
So spoke Scott Camil, unofficial spokesman for rs "

the Gainesville Eight, a year after he and his fellow \
;
antiwar activists were acquitted of federal con ::.. :

spiracy charges.

And indeed, after the jury took a mere four .' "".
hours in August 1973 to finally end the govern. '-:,,;
ment's 14-month harassment of the Vietnam

Veterans Against the War (VVAW), it was hard. to '
argue with Camil.

Chalk up on the side of an administration

obsessed with smothering dissent, the fact that for

14 months,the leadership and resources of one of

the most effective-and embarrassing- antiwar

groups was tied up with legal wrangling. The

result was the virtual decimation of the VVAW. The
subject was
Chalk up, on the other side, what the defen- money

dants won: costs of$80,000 not including lawyers'fees -
for which there just wasn't any money left 14 The rich have once again gained more influence and stature
with UF administration officials. The gain was promotedfrom GARY BALANOFF
months of anxiety with no time to hold a steady outside
within the administration rather than from an
job, and, as Camil put it, "our constitutionally influence group.
guaranteed right to be free." During fall quarter, President Marston sent out a "Dear STAFF WRITINGSministration
If you accept the premise that the Nixon ad- University of Florida Parent" letter. The subject was money.
ministration's in prosecuting the eightwas The subject is always money, but there was something
purpose first than a parent who contributes $100.)( Likewise, if
different about this letter-the sentence.
not to put them behind bars but to cripple "We all have an interest in providing the finest educationfor someone felt rich enough to give $1,000 to an untried program
their organization and scare the dickens out of our children," Marston wrote. such as this he would have 40 times as much power as the $25
anyone else who might emulate their brand of free "Children?" Isn't this the new president with the new ideas contributor.Now .
speech, it's clear who won. of involving the student in the affairs of the university? Why Marston can hold up his hands and say it ain't so, but
And there's ample evidence that the government's then does, he choose the word "children" to describe the he must realize as well as anyone that money talks, and big
young people at this campus? money screams.
Gainesville
The
that
intent
just Eightcase
was
Assuming this was an oversight on President Marston's What about the parent who worked hard to put! his son or
was the culmination of a long series of part, let's continue with the letter. Marston goes on to say he daughter through college,and can't throw$25 "or more" into
"conspiracy" trials of anti-war activists. Their call is organizing the Gator Parents Gub. Sounds a lot like the the till? Must he be forced to slink into silence with all the
numbers read like the signals of a frustrated P.T.A. back in your home town, doesn't it? Or maybe the other parents who aren't rich enough to have two Cadillacs a
quarterback gone berserk: The Harrisburg Seven booster club? motor boat, and a summer house in the Bahamas?
Assuming the naming of the club was an oversight on This glorified country club approach has led to the
the Chicago Seven, the Camden 28.
President Marston's part, let's continue with the letter. situation our nation's higher education system faces today.
They all followed similar patterns. Trumped up "To provide the extra resources for excellence which will Let's not forget the many families who can't afford to send
charges were based on the testimony of borderline make this institution competitive the nation's best we ask you any of their kids to college.
psychotics turned informers. And the results to support the University of Florida as generously as you The rich and the middle class can send at least a few of
followed no significant convictions but a lot of can" Marston wrote.' their young people to college enabling them to achieve a
Marston reminded parents a gift of $1,000 or more will higher pay scale when they graduate. The cycle continuesthe -
time, and lost by the defendants.But .
money energy qualify them as a member of the President's Council. He rich keep sending their sons and daughters to college, and
the point of all this is that a New York called this Council "a prestigious group of outstanding the kids breed richer kids.
Congressman named Ed Koch is sponsoring a bill alumni and friends of the University." Meanwhile the poor stay poor because they don't have the
designed to give victims of malicious prosecution a Keep in mind each parent can donate less than 51,000 financial ability. How can they get the financial ability
chance to recoup their losses. which seems to be a generous gesture on the part of the ad. without going to some kind of college where they can graduateand
The bill ensures that in trial involving ministration. A parent can donate $25 $50, or $100, the last receive a higher salary?
any
of which entitles the donor to membership in the Century Now the parents able to send their kids away to college are
violations of federal criminal law the
alleged Club another special group of special people. being segregated into those with enough money to get their
defense can introduce evidence to show the "But whether your gift is $25, $50, $100 or more, please "child" through college and those with the real money the
charges were "unreasonable administration of know we are most grateful for your interest," Marston told elite whose money counts in the minds of the UF administration
justice." the parents. officials.
Thus, defense efforts against prosecutorial Marston finished,the letter by inviting "those of you who The-money from the elite counts because there is so much
are interested in. active participation to make yourselves of it, so the cycle continues.
mischief can't be a' the
quashed by bang-of gavel "
known.
Parents with money count but the ones who are a little
and a judge's decree: "The government's not on If you were a parent of a UF student, would you heed humbler financially, well, as the Secretary of Agriculturesaid
trial here." Martson's call? ,"He no playa the game, he no maka the rules."
And, the bill states, if a jury or the court finds It seems clear that a parent who contributes $25 to,the Translated to UF, "He no paya for the game he no maka
the prosecution was unwarranted the governmentmust cause would have four times less power with the UF ad. the rules."

pay attorney's fees and "reasonable costs" to

the defendants.The .

bill makes sense. Right now, the The Independent David Smith, T.rri Wood

Gainesville Eight defendants are embroiled in 'a Editor-in-chief Managing Editor

suit trying among other things, to get reimbursed Florida Alligator
for'their attorneys' fees and compensation for'the

14 months they had to fight an attempted railroad all Umcticai David Klein, DeblFumlss Brian Jones

rather than be employed. The case is tied up in :;'. |P News Editor Layout Editor laYouHdltor.
legal knots. "

We don't take much comfort in assurances the ,
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law, abiding dissenters.A peek at recent headlines lames V':';Cook- .... .;;'...........,...... ...... .. . . Assistant General Manager "Published by' Campus 13266
aboutillegal CIA domestic surveillance( private Mr. Evelyn lest ... .. .... ............ ..... .. .. ...Administrative Assistant Manager Inc.. P.O. Box
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citizens is 'enough to bring back the Donna Lubrano ...,.... .......... ...... .. .. .. .. .. ..... .BookkeeperAdvertising Florida with offices behind
OuFRep. Don Fuqua'shou'ld lend his support to Diana Snyd.r...; .... ...:.......:..,... ... ... .. ..M.Editorial Production Coordinator College Inn. 1728 West University
the Koch legislation Fuqua is scheduled to be in Lynda Homier ..... .... .,,."......... ,... .... .Advertising Production Manager Avenue. Business Office phone:
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To I the, readers, : 'or:' her :F ijfejtl; t alter! me: Down Th.Independent Florida Alligator, Monday, January 6, 1975,Pag* 7THAT'S
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establishment iooF, '1 he with \the; Alligator 'u'pith

Alligator: right-on-ness. Now. we know
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:t'Jt. fj,' Hello to all you potential righton we're hip. oh comrades, so let
student brigands from us share our hipness with all WRIGHTa
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:: : ;1',,.:' jour right-on hip mouthpiece.there's the suppressed proles That'srighton
lots of un-groovy we'll use the
things going on out there in dreaded Alligator to get the a
Gatorland and beyond, but if word to these latent brigands.
we right-on enough, groovy Cheer-Cheer-Cheer for our
brothers and sisters, we'll liberalist leftist right-on
disestablishmentarianize the thinking.. If we're, not hip I
Say proletariat precincts and let don't know who is.
revolution rule. Just make three thousand
Horrors of horrors copies of this un-holy gospel

however, my many b.-ythers and sho\e it-not there, oh
what
? and sisters the right-wing, fellow impotentates-up the
right-off' establishment's mouth of the dreaded

right-hand rag that you are Alligator Don't! worry it won't
now reading, with its pro- bite you; it hasn't any teeth.
Irish immigrant bias and its Well, die for the cause and all

.. anti-carrot crop repressionist that revolutionary rhetoricand
tactics has corrupted all you see you later fellow
unenlightened and underexposed brothers and sisters.
brothers and Right-on Student Brigands
.sisters. Mark Hoover 2 UC




I Health fee hitEditor



: It is my opinion that restricts my freedom to do so. option of forfeiting optionsand
the mandatory health charge I accept responsibility: for my joining. It would not.

should be placed on a freedom to choose.' I t'my however, allow one group of t 1 + ..
voluntary basis., choices are wrong in the case individuals to make other
of health care 1 will be the individuals join against their i _
The present system k'
only one to sutler. wills. _
represents an escape from
1 realize that not all peopleare I do not recognize the rightor
freedom and Big Brotherismof
freedom-loving or moral justification of a
the most insidious sort. If
competent. That is why I group of individuals to extort
people aren' t willing and or
advocate a voluntary system.It $10 from me to pay their
able to care for themselves
would allow people to join health care. Let those who
UFo i.e. Big Brother will.
the present system. It would use the health services pay for i

1 am a human being who also allow the individual the them. Let the healthy be free
makes choices. I am com- option of withdrawing from to use their SIO in a manner
petent to choose my own the group action.A more in accordance with their
system of health care should I voluntary system would enlightened self-interest.

desire it. The present system allow the individual the Rick SmerTg o. 4FYis




I AAarston's position tJYi pain m A CAR'ifs'W Ii acsdmin is oaastiwa eKe vrz1 Rtri POfDlINf>BW MOR' avawd \ '




reflects contradiction



Editor: I comment on the couragement took place.It ,currently available from
|position President Marston would seem, as a our honest legislators and
takes on the situation with physician, he should state officials, and that
!student informers on this recognize that while the ill students in the university
campus. It is lamentable that effects available hard drugs dorms should be fair game for
his attitude is simply to are serious, those of future FBI agents who wish to
follow police thinking. One marijuana are from the best enhance their career

expects more of the president studies available possibilities.

pI'a major educational in- questionable.When .
stitution. we talk about police

Specifically, the policy activity with drugs, marijuanais Jack ,Schmidt t
manual statement is con the most important in terms

tradictory. It states reasons of arrests. And from this
i(' why student informers are example we know that police I. '
j undeiireable., and then thinking is the worst source f J'
condones them. of information about drugs,
THIN LINE of also that under the authorityof Out onHwy "
J THE WTYBBnOHWICWr WWTWIW was Off--flfJl CeOPBP TO KITALOMIf. -
) separation in the police the law. the state produces
manual seems to be the word drug addiction by dangerous ,
4 "solicitation" (however maintenance programs, drug 34
irrelevant) and the series of activity within the police and

tricks recently I exposed shows, false propaganda.IN .
} perhaps contrary to Dr. BRIEF, THE fact that PROTEST ON FILE:

Marston's information that UF is a state funded institution J

whether or not these people does not mean that To paraphrase Bob Dylan }
I were actually paid. its leaders mutt: follow the
solicitation and en lowest line of thinking which
I How' many deaths
Will 34th and Archer take
Til usable bike paths are
The Independent
made, '
How many petitions must
Florida Alligator Concerned students start
>:
Til politics ends its
t" Doug Diol Ron Cunningham ", charade.. .
Entertainment Editor Asociot EditorGcorgv
The answer my friend
,: Is blow-in.in the wind
I Kochoni Jr..rr :
.01 The answer is
Photo EditorI Cumin who knows when.

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Sports Editor hlt.N.wl, Editor
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TRAVEL PROGRAM f\

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NON-CREDIT COURSESRegistration



qf\ll1ekglt{ y CPe4onmt \g fA/tts geUeg for all workshop and' lessons will take

I place In Room 330 from 9:00: o.m. to 4.00: p.m.. January
I 6 through January 16.
SPONSORED BY THE REITZ UNION Students faculty and staff members and their spouses
GOVERNMENT will have priority for lesson enrollment from January 6
AND STUDENT 5 through January 10. Only after this time will

registration b. open to other" persons.
Due to price and registration differentials, it will banecessory
Michael lorimer Sun. Jan. 26 that each person come to register with
Idantificotion.Enrollmant for Indivdual
appropriate
the J. Wayne Reitz Union announces the opening of its Mlnoru Nojima Sun. Feb. 9 I classes It limited and thoref ore. on a first-corn, first- 1 1I
new Travel Information Center as of January. 13: 1975. served bad Parson may only reglstar for themselves.
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Available ..,,Ice. are planned to Includ. charter "Cinderella" Sat. Feb. 15 I Because agistration for all workshop and lessons I I.I I.
flights to Europ., Issuonca of Intamational Student limited, we must consider your decision to enroll final
Identification Cords and brochures and Information "The Night Thoreau I
the first
I by 400: p.m. the working day preceding
about countries all over the world. Spent In Jail" Sat. Feb. 15 I scheduled class. Refunds will ba made only under

Thosa parsons wishing to purchosa Intamational I!. these circumstances. _
Student Identification Cord will b. required to have a r ASTROLOGY ( FIVE-STRING BANJO
small ((1V4 by 1 1'/. Inch) black and while photograph of GRECIAN FEASTFEBRUARY' f 1hurs.Jon.23-Mar* (Beginning)
Tue Jan 21-Mar
themselves. $2.00 and proof of full-tima student 7:30-9:3O'.M.
enrollment at a junior collaga or univarsity.These cards INSTRUCTOR: 7:3O-:3OP.M.
will ba Issued on the premises. Dtkld-Jo Mullen INSTRUCTOR:
$10.00 Student Tom Monlss.y$10.00Stud.nts
1 15.00 Non-Students J .J J
1100 Non-Student /
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Plaosa 330 of the &Union for '
Inquire in Room mora f Wed.Jan.22-Mar.5 FIVE-STRING' BANJOBeginning
details,or watch the Union ads In the Alligator. 7:3O-:30'.M. f ( )

INSTRUCTOR: 11\u.Jan 23-Mar 6

rt'4 Adrian Dovell .J I, 7:30-9:3OP.M.
CONCERTSCHEDULE $10.00 Students J INSTRUCTOR:
15.00 Non-Students Gall Gllle.leSlo.ooStuclen"


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7:30-9:30: PJM. MASSAGE:
INSTlUcrOlhAdrian : Wad.Jan.22-Mor.5
25 6:30 p.m. Doyen SC>>7:00 P.MINSTRUCTOR
$10.00 Students :

I... .................................., 15.00 NonStudentsJ $10,00 James Student Nelson

FLEA MARKET i BEGINNING CHESSTactics $1100 Non-Student .J
January 2s Program Faculty Recital FLORIDA Series WOODWIND- Sixth !. f r ft Strategy

QUINTET Ritz Tu...Jan.21-Mar.4
Union Ballroom, 8:15: p.m. 1' tr" yi .. 7:30-9:30: PJM. r.MIME:
28 UNIVERSITY RENAISSANCE ENSEMBLE INSTRUCTOR: Wed.Jan.22Mar..5
John S. Kitts,' t 10:00: Michael lest 7:30-9:30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR.
Director- Reitz Union Ballroom, Sat. $10.00 Students .J :
8:15 p.m.Faculty = : 15.00 Non-Student Sandy Scott
a.m.i .- $10.00 Students
i February 4 Recital Series Seventh !i Marc f J : r CROCHETINGWed. SI 1 100 Non-Student J

Program, JOHN S. Kim 4:00I : f .Jan 22-Feb.26 '
Bassoon Ritz Union 7:30-9 a30P.M.INSTRUCTOII r' PAINTING:
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Ballroom 8:15: p.m. r : I Thll...Jan.Do Mar.e
18 UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND. Gary a P.m. AlIce Snyder 7:.':_p.m.
Langford, Conductor .. 7.00 Students .J I INSTRUCTOR:
Reitz Union Ballroom, 8:15 p.m. 10.00 Nan-Student / Bill Sch.at
r DECOUPAGE $10.00 Student
March .11CREATIVE UNIVERSITY CHOIR, John Grigsby. .. : I Mon Jan.20.D and Feb.. 3 $15.00 Non-Student .J
Director ................................ 7130-9:3OP.M.

Raitz Union Ballroom. 8:15 1 p.m.A INSTRUCTOR:
'SPECIAL DINNER Emily Steinberg
complete schedule of all Music Department Concert UOO. Student I CONTEMPORARY: wITcHCRAFT
j
I I. available the '
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Music Department THEATRE PROGRAM 6.00 Non-Students .J SORCERY + MAGIC
r BEGINNING RUGCONSTRUCTION Twe.Jan.21Mar.4
I 79:_p.m.INSTRUCTOR.
___ "The Apple Mon.Jan 20-Mar 3 :
COOKERYWORKSHOPS t 7:30-t:30 PJM. ttkkl-Jo Mullen

INSTRUCTOR: $10.00 Students J

Tree" Eleanor Lelghllter $1100 Non-Student/...
This Winter the demonstrations will I be run weekly and $10.00 Students j I *-
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will Include a variety of dishes ranging from Inexpensive llOONon-Student* / OW YOUR OWN (ORGANIC
practical meals to thus you would only serve XCREATIVESTITCHERY 1 GARDENING)
to discriminating guest Th. workshop are small. FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 I Wed.Jan. 22-Mar. 5 Tues.Jan. 21 Mar.4
Informal and designed to stimulate' participation ond 7:30-913O'.M. 7:30-9:30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR .
build on understanding of, cooking methods. Recipes . .. . . . . :
are given to oil persons attending: however reservations / INSTRUCTOR:
are required as enrollment I is limited for each : GAMES \UE\ : Eleanor Lelghllter Stan Pollack
session.Reservations may be made by calling 392-1 695 $10.00 Student $10.00 Studentu j
Monday through Wednesday of each week a workshopis : CAMPUS TOURNAMENT 15.00 Non-Students J, $1100 Non-Student.J Ii
held All session. are free, so be sure to make : r R
reservation early In the week.Jenvory I GUITAR 1
: JANUARY 20 : Mon.Jan.20-Mar. 3 (55ENRICHMENT 1
22-Fish*e la Morrakesh prepared by Nancy 7:30-9:30PJM. GROUP FO j
R RThurs.
BiltonJenwaiy INSTRUCTOR COUPLES J
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2V Oevl 'a la Noveau (mushroom and OPEN TO STUDENTS Peter Bnhom .Jan. 2S-Feb.277:34t:30p.m. ;i
eggs) prepared by Judy Jacobson : : $10.00 ;
Hervery S- Sauerbraten (marinated beef roost' in Students ,
/ INSTRUCTOR m
tweet and sour sauce) prepared by Morton Freund 11.00 Non.Students J
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Nfcrvery,12-Motto Balls and Potato Koogle preparedby Events are 14.1 (Straight), r GUITAR 1 Ann lynch Cousellng '"

Regina Flutskyfeervery ... I Wed.Jan 22-Mar 8 Psychologist =;'
It-Mulligatawny Soup prepared by Kathy $S.00 Student .j';
Snooker 7:30t:30: PJM.INSTRUCTOR .
: Bumper Pool
DrnobergFebnjery \ : (pet'coupl.' ) *:
prepared : 1
24- Eggplant Parmesan by John J
Chambers Tom Mont... $7.00 Non-Student
March : I .-' Assortment of SovrDough.OOdI.. : 3 Cushion. Table Tennis, : .$10,00 Students, (per'couple) J M\,
1 prepared by Norma Saftderson 15.00 NonStudentsGUITAR I .

\ .,-: : Bridge, Chess; Air Hockey : r 11 ..;JI C' YOGA

Thura.Jan23-Mar 4 Mon.Jan.20Mar.3
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.. .. THur Jon 23-Mori INSTRUCTOR)
: Bowling and Foosball. : 5:00: -7:00 PJM.; IandollloH.
INSTRUCTOR: $10.00 Student*
Gall Gllle.le $15.00 No".Stud..ts
$10.00 Students 2.>> .3).J I IPoge
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r YOGA I r MACRAME i ii TICKETS
New Paths
Mon.Jan.10-Mor.J I Mon.Jon 13-Feb. 3 I ForSelfDiscovery
713O:3O..M.INSTRUCTOR '7.3O-:3O..M.
:, INSTRUCTORSara I
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Scarlet Johnson N.tt Wood

$10.00 Student* .J 16.00 Students .J I O Jan. 15 Understanding Your Sexual Self Se zr
15.00 Non-SIvd.nt.- B.OO Non-Stud.nts X
Gut Newman, M.D. Psychiatrist 5
Laura Newman M. Ed., r
YOGA r MACRAMEMon. Th. Reitz Union soils advance tickets to its movies on Friday
r Tu...Jan. 21-Mar 4 I .Feb. 10-Mar. 3' I o Jan. 22 Marriage Countelor = afternoon from 12:30: p.m.- 4.30: p.m. at the Union Box Office
Growth Gettalt and .
10:00 AJM.-Noon 7:30: -9:30: P.M.INSTRUCTOR Dr.ams'Through Fantasy (Second Floor,J. Wayne Reitz Union). At each Friday Pretalo,
INSTRUCTORRandal : = ticket will be available for shows that evening through the
S Bob Wltchel), Ed.D., Gestalt TherapistJan. .
) Roff Sara-Nett Wood following Thursday evening.
$10,00 Students .J $6.00 Students I 29 How to Tell Someone What You Really = In addition, the Box Office opens on.half hour before each
15.00 Non-Studentt.-' B.OO Non-Students J Mean I show (providing the show has not been sold out during the
: Shoe Graham Kosch- Ph.D., Clinical advanc. sale).At theto times, tickets may b. bought only for
YOGA r HANDBUILDING Psychologist II the show that it about to run.

r T"...Jon 21-Mar I T"... Jan. 14-Mar.4 David Panken, Counseling; Intern : No advance tickets may be purchased any other tlm. than
2:304:30 PJM.INSTRUCTOR 1:30- :oo.M. Cathy Owen M.S.W. Clinical Social during the adavance sale.
: INSTRUCTOR: : Worker' I Inquiries regorging films may be directed: : to the Program

Kath ..n..ow Dorothy Sterling Feb. 5 Developing and Your Own Office ((392-1653)), Monday through Friday 8:00: a.m.5:00
110.00 Students J 20.00 Students I Enjoying 5: p.m. or the Information! Desk ((392-1649)) which Is open days
j Creativity
15.00 Non-Stvd.nts 26.00 Non-Student and .v.nings.
S Steve Heyman, M.A., Psychology Intern : ,All movie InSerie One will be In (he Second Floor
YOGA Feb. 12 Enriching Your Love Relationship Auditorium J. Wayne Reitz Union. ,
r Wed.Jon 22-Mar S r CERAMICS : Ann Q. lynch. Ed.D., Counseling wS Strict Two will b. In the Medical Sciences Building
Tu.s.Jon. 14
Mar 4
Auditorium.
2:3O-"SO PJM.INSTRUCTOR Psychologist S
: 713O-9:30P.M.INSTRUCTOR I Tim Russell, Ed.S., Marriage Counselor :
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Scarlet Johnson Feb. 19 and
I Stereotypes Communication :
.J Betty Undqulst
$10.00 Students 20.00 Stud.nts J O Jim Carter M.S.W., Clinical SoclalWorker
15.00 Non-Students X 26.00 Non-Student _X Feb. 26 Confrontation with Death and Rebirth B'
Graham Kotch Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist*
YOGA ..........e..I..I.. WINTER
r Thurs.. Jan 23-Mart '
10.00 A.M.-NoonINSTRUCTOR ( CONSTRUCTION JEWELRY
Cast of Thousands!!
: Tu...Jan. 14Mar.4 QUARTER
Scarlet Johnson 713O-9:3OP.M.
$10.00 Students .J I INSTRUCTOR: FREE MOVIESDeliverance'
15.00 Non-Student X Undo Deity FILMSSERIES
11.00 Student .J I

r YOGA 24.00 Non-Stud.nts X r.

Thurs.. Jan 23-March i
SI00-7OO'.M. r
INSTRUCTOR: ENAMELING
Kath .Enehow Wed.Jan. 15-Mar S 1

$10.00 Students J 9.00: 11:00 AJM.INSTRUCTOR J. Wayne Reltz UnionAuditorium'
llOONon-SHidents :
Emelyn Palmer '
YOGA 11.00 Students
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7:3O:3O'.M.INSTIOCTOIS Jan. 12 CHILDREN OF PARADISE

: r WEAVING Jan. 15 THE WHITE SHEIK
Randall i
ff.
.J Wed.Jen. 15-Mar.5 Jan. 16, 17 ft 18 THE PAPER CHASE
$10.00 Slvdents
15.00 Non-Stud.nts X 7:30-9130'.M. Jan. 6- Jan. 19 A MAN ESCAPEDJan.
INSTRUCTOR: 21 CITY UGHTS

YOGA Jun.Payne The Vikings Jan. 22 NIGHTS OF CABIRIA
r 1100 Students
T"...Jon 21-Mar 4 J & 25
24.00 Non-Stud.nts Jan. 7The Jan. 23, 24 THE WAY WE WERE
500 7.00P.M. -
: -
Jan. 26 ANTONIO DAS MORTES

INSTRUCTOR Randall RoH.: r SURVEY Of CRAFTS Pride and the Passion I Jan. 30, 31 ft Feb. 1 FAT CITYYOUNG
Thurs.. Jan. 16-Mor.6 '
$10,00 StudentsllOONonSludente J Feb. 2 TORLESS

9:00-11:00A.M.INSTRUCTOR: Jan. 8- Feb. 4 THE KID and THE IDLE CLASS ..

Undo Dorty Taras Bulba Feb. 5 LA DOLCE'ViTA

r r"YOGA...Jan.MEDITATION 21-Mar 4 $11.00 Students .J Feb. 6, 7 ft. 8, THE LAST DETAIL
24.00 Non.Stud.ntsHANDBUILDING Feb. 9 HOUR OF THE WOLF
7130-9:30 PJM.INSTRUCTOR .
Aud.
2nd Floor
: r 8 p.m. Feb. 12 ft 13 THE EMIGRANTS

Miudara .J r Thurs.. Jan. 16-Mar 6 FREE Feb. 14 ft 15 LAWRENCE OF ARABIA
$10.00 Students
1530-4:30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR Feb. 16 ALPHAVILLE
15.00 NonStudentX
: AG Feb. 18 LIMELIGHT

r HOME BARTENDING Dorothy 20.00 Students Sterling I .9y,WA Feb. 20, 21 ft 22 AMERICAN GRAFFITI -.L
Frl.Jan 24-Feb. 21 26.00 Non-Student .J Feb. 23 MEMORIES. OF UNDERDEVELOPMENT

7100-1:3O'.M. .

INSTRUCTOR Bob Douc....: Feb. 27, 28 ft March 1 SERPICO

$1100 Student r DRAWING March 2 THRONE OF BLOOD

20.00 Non-Students Thu.. .Jan. 16Mar. 6 March 5 SATYRICON

I Person Having 2:00-4:30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR e March 6, 7 ft 8 LAST TANGO IN PARIS

Already. Taken : March 9 THE SPIDER'S STRATEGEM
.J .
Th.Course Will Bi Hop.White
Allowed To..,.... 15.00 Students I
20.00 Non.Stud.nts ..X
C BEGINNERS WaNI SERIES 11

APPRECIATIONThurs. Medical Scl.nc.s Building -.
.Jan 23-.Fob. 20 Auditorium '
7100-I.3O.M. r LOST WAX CASTING
Thure.Jan.le-Mar.e
INSTRUCTOR:
Bob Doucette 71>>9:30 p.m.'

15.00 Students ,, INSTRUCTORHope Jan. 13 tJ' '.. THE, SEVENTH SEAL .'
White1B.OO ". .
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,20.00 Non4vd.nhtenons Students Jan. 20 (1MEDEA 'k.. ,', : .

. Having Already Token 24.00 Non-Stud.nts .J Jan. 27 REPULSION .

"..Course. Will Be Allowed ToP \ Feb. 3 IMAGES ..' ,' : '
.. .at. Director: John Boorman .
Feb. 10 1' ,' ." STATE OF SIEGE
i .J r BEGINNING DON'T LOOK NOW
FEb. 17 ,
Thurs. 6:30 9:30
CERAMICS Jan 9. : ,, : SPIRIT'-
Feb. 24March JULIET OF THE
Wed.Jan 15-Mar 5
Jan 10 11 3 BURNI
P.rtons 7:309:30 PM. ,
Enrolling In Courses
Concerned INSTlUCTOIII.tty 5:00 8:00 1 11:00 Z March 10 THE HIRELING
With Alcoholic Fri.Sat... : : :
B.v.rages Will Be Required To Undqulst .
Show Proof 11....Th.y Are' At 20.00 Student ) 2nd Floor Aud.. ..50c QOCHi>OOOOO
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..'\1.. SALE FOR REN1 WANTED Of.f ?
Live Campus
Stereo AmplIfier 100 wotll good con $80 Util Paid Furnished house no Roommate wanted for 2 bdr opt. $90
dition Coll Kyle 373.7775 Price$65 (o.3tS3p lease or deposit Heat kitchen equip ma carpeted, central ht.ac, pool. call
) 377.1718 Immediate occupancy Urgent)
ped Pet OK 11 ((122))
t $135 till 2:30P.M.: Mottress ond Springs $5 ond $IQ olio Open 9 am.8 pm 377-6992 (e:.5t.53.p) Want
I 2 Except Sunday: (folding m.tol bed $5 occasional choirs 2 bdr $120 Partially, furn house Female to share plush 2 bedroom apt
N w. IJIh STan,..... $5 ond $10 Electric Boseboord Heaters biking distance from campus, Ideal for W ndmeodow's$66 a month plus'. util ._. 3--L---. the
134soutsvaso LAST 2 DAYSI Coll 475.2064 (o.Si.53-pd) couple or students ((135)I : ) beg winter qt AC.good courts pool nice
Open 7 Days o week 377-6992 area call fron 378.7337 (c-St-53-pL) ra&aJb: University{
2'20 *IS 1 III I.Ifl 53CARROL locatedon _
FOR RENT $125 month ipoccus" home
OCCNNCRattest NW 6th S,. Heat Drapes, kitchen toy
sublet t bdrm opt Hawaiian Village, equipped Better hurry ((117)) PERSONAL
.
BCRCNKE ,
coiy privoey private balcony, inquire in Open 9am.8pm 377-6992 come
LAW ANDDISORDER office afternoons for no 406 or coil eve $125;util paid No least or deposIt. Extra "The well.be ng of mankind its peace
m.R261 (b-4t.5g-p) large opt. with, carpets, drapes. fully and security, are unattainable,unless" toyou
,
ond until its unity is firmly established y
liberal mole moll to equipped kitchen ((111))
Wanted room ?
Boho I WrItings ((1.1 I It 53 chg )
si.b'et' troler, $65 + ''t ulil, move in after Open 7 days a week 377-6992 "'
Xmas, must be neot Call Jeff or Gary 2 bdr $155 Walking distance from ABORTION IS LEGAL for info.on low cost, !
mornings 376-6733 (b.5t.12-p) campus Huge apt,spacious: t clean with safe abortions .In modern approved Ask
aIr, heat, patio fenced. facIlities call THE LADIES CENTER 355
Wonted liberal, mole roommate to
9om. 377-6992 3683 .53. ) your
Open Bpm (| sr c .
sublet trailer$65 + H util Move in afterXmos
3 bdr$125 Rustic home with, large bdr
I must be neat Coll Jeff or Gary WELCOME BACK BLUE MEANIE. I MISSED
apartmentmanager
mornings, 378-6733 (b.5t.53.p) student in ideal setting QUiet area ideal for yOU EL du PO. (| ?t.53.p)

SAMMIE'S ARRIVED FROM LONDON,
United Real Etate Assoc.
,u w u.._.... ... .Heir \/1 wee 113 NE 16.A"e. NOW OPEN Specializing In English hair +x who
blow for the in look r
7HMttMom cutting waving
Ft 2'i4 / l Open Everyday 377-6992 unisex. Drop by Colonial Plaza 716 W

Ave. 377-2643 .501.53. ) your
(b.5.53.e) Unlv (j p
PRESENTS
Recsie Cselr wte pl... To and only Some wise words hassel
Shows 1 room for rent In 3 kr, house, furn, 2 my one
.
oddness vulgarnessemptiness
lours
miles from $70 month -t13 i "ignorenc
7:00 campus of Dummy wi free
ugliness psI
'AN EVENING WITH' utilities, student preferred ph. 373-8373_ yeild .
"\._ tots N. W. t1N s. t:20 I will always be yoursl GAR & DOG (j h-
(b 2t 53 )
EXCITING ADVENTURE! p 53.p) 7 representativeis.

WDYSyI'.ooxnoNs' DAK this is the start of something
RICHIEHAVENS WANTEDCollection new. 1 am looking forward to every .: .. .
moment I, L. Y. NA (|.2t.53.p)

work available, four hours OVERSEAS JOBS Australia, Europe, S. Samson + the office for Student Services
MD per day good pay prefer serioul America Africa Students all
: mature Call 392-6685 for ape
person. professions and occupations $700 to
.
Technicolor pointment (e sp 53-c) $3000 monthly. Expenses paid, overtime .

I female roommate to shore furnished sightseeing. Free information Time
To Save You
opt at landmark $58.90 per month plus TRANSWORLD RESEARCH CO. Dept Gb
',. utilities, start immediately: Call lisa P.O.Box 603,Corte Modero,CA 94925(|j-
FRIDAY JAN 10
Rees CM /
6t53p)
378.0305. (1t53p)
..
2 -
6:15 WANTED female roorrote right across
at 8 and 11 tots N. W. SIN S.. tIS e from tigers halll! $69 plus 'A utilitesmove SERVICESSLEEPY
in Dec. 15 or Jon Call cindy 378-
6162 Colonial Manor (c:.2t.53.p) HOLLOW riding academy I
boarding stables hunt seat inst outside
TcAIfWEIII GOLD ft SILVER Top pikes paid for class course dressage ring trails excellent ,, 'i4 ".

ONE NIGHT ONLY rings, old jewelry, etc confidential call boardIng 373.1059 466-3224 facilities .
Ozz e 378-3894 (50-53-c( ) box stalls winter rye grass pasture ((1'1'I'
ADVANCED TICKETS $4.50At ,141.45.p)
Bubysitter: in my home for 2 child No
: Rbe l Discount Upham housework. Good fVs 5 day week ....
Music, Young An,.Shop., Box Transportation preferred. Call 373-1255 HORSES BOARDED: little prairie ranch,
informal,friendly,all facilities 5ml from uftolls$75
.
Off ic. .eeee after ".00 PM (c.5t-S3-p) ., po.tur.$30. 376-4719, kee|F e

trying. (m.lOt.44p)

HORSES boarded-wont clean grounds&
individual core? everything else;
lumps.ring.miles, of trails-etc stalls $50
up 481.2026 after dorkm( .IQt,47.p) 4
Gator ClassifiedsAre
SCUBA CLASS start Jan 12 all equipment -
provided including mask, fins,
snorkel BC, and full wetsuit International
certification 5 open.water
wanted dives, ..all air and textbooks $35 call AvailableAt
help Scuba Dynomcs, for further info 373
5069 (m.5t.53.p)


Tennis, lessons, Experienced instruction theCampus .
guaranteed results Semi.private 7
lessons$26. By appointment only.Steve
377,4359 evenings (m.3t.53.p)
Reporters: Needed. Apply in person at the Shop
HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY

Alligator office, behind the College Inn ABILITY AIDING.STUDYING ANY PHYSICAL MEMORY AND ATHLETICS MENTAL

1728 W. Univ. Ave. Students only No AAEH 373-3059, FAPH Donald(m2H48p G. Pratt) .Certified & Bookstore


experience necessary. Ask for Dave or "The WIRED Eyeglass FOR Super SIGHT Mart'


Terri 300 SW 4th UNIVERSITY, Ave. OPTICIANS 3784480m Jewelry Counter

( .50-53)


Copy Editors: Needed. Sun.-Thurs. 4:30-:


8:00 pm. Good starting salary. Prefer i pfiffiWBMWwDISCOVER


experience, but not necessary. Apply in [

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person. See Dave or Terri.

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Ad Salespeople: Needed. lvbn.-Fri. Salary Educational Pre 'School & Kindergarten !

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)O SOg
HEIi
l ArgRMthe.GJsL0o.eMo,.lOM
perpe ) Former head
OER GOOQ "T\1.Jt..K.II\qtS English
.
iMportodi8 er.f1n&. .ne f\>> .\.Ul"IC.hea, +pnrerSNtWFY
OI'Uf.of'6i\ : NEW
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GER / > CCy Ir+FI/N10f
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l pin:vJer. t t M 11 L/ '/ RELOADING INVXtOROvIR RXNUXIION COMPONENTS 6'.N IM' cum{ died at home Saturday

tUT CELL
TRADEREIAIII
91017wunl.e.t'Y'FOCUS; I \ 466-3340- MIGAIVOry Dr. Cf Archibald ."Archie" Robertson. 79, DAUER ADDED that Robertson I had
NARRY OECRWIIyN DEALER chairman of the UF English'department from been instrumental in bringing the late Robert
1946 to I 15 and honorary curator of rare Frost to h UF to read his poetry and also in
books died of a stroke Saturday night at his getting authoress ,Marjorie Kinnan Rawlingsto
home. dedicate her papers to the university.
Dr. Manning }J. Dauer head of UF'spolitical) Robertson brought graduate research
science department and a long-time friend of English professor Aubrey Williams to UF in
Robertson described him as a"peppery type. 1957.
He was very famous for his readings of plays "He was the main reason 1 came,"
and he had a great interest in his students" Williams said. He also described Robertson
Dauer said. "
as a 'good scholar
"in'my estimation he was one of the finest
y : scholars,and he had an awareness of good
I scholarship;" Williams said.
finding Opportunities. Contributing to Undergraduate Success "IF HE HAD not been here after World
War 11 up to the time he retired, we would
have missed a man of the greatest integrity. I
Remember those
two fun-filled days you spent on have never met anyone quite like him,"
Williams added.Robertson .
campus during the summer orientation program? received an honorary doctoratein
literature in 1965 tor his efforts in buildingup
the humanities collection in the univer-
Remember all the
questions everyone had? This sity's libraries. ...:.:.r
Robertson attend UF from 1912 to 1915
summer can be your opportunity to participate in when he received his baccalaureate degree.He .
earned his Master of Arts degree in 1919.
He also studied Harvard. University from
the program as a member of the FOCUS staff. 1919 until 1922.ROBERTSON.
taught at UF until 1927
returned to Harvard to continue his studies
The Office and then became acting head of UF's
of Student
Services will be hiring 20 students to English department.

work with the Summer Orientation Program, helping new Robertson was a member of Phi Beta
students and their parents acclimate themselves to the Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Alpha Order

University. Staff will be paid $400.00 plus room. and Heissurvivedby Florida Blue his Key.widow Alleyne Redding

Robertson and several nieces and nephews.
'
'
Applications are available in Room 129 Tigert and are due r.IrrYti Funeral services will be held at'Williams
Jan. 10. For information call Rob Denson 392-1278. Thomas Funeral Home Tuesday at 11 a.m.
DR. C. ARCHIE ROBERTSON Interment will be in Tallahassee City
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All YOU CAN DRINK-Tuesdayat LARRY'S see our dally
9 pm at the RAT ONLY $2.50. special In this Issue/ Served 5 pm
Welcome Back! I til, midnight You can advertise on this
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'eJ11tu1Mt( GOOWI page each week for the

TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION
SNUFFY'S pub style lunches, -Come to a free lecture Tues.
Imported beer&fine wine, enjoy Jan 7, 8 pm, McCarty rest of this quarter for
our famous Snuffy Burger at 1017 Auditorium,Wed.Jan. 8,.'Shands
W. University Hospital im H- ll.
as little as
DOMINO'S PIZZA' FREE HELP ORIENT NEW STUDENTS to
DELIVERY. Eastslde 376.3317, campus, loin FOCUS. Call Rob
Campus 376-2487, Westside 378- Denson 392-1278 or come by nn

2415. MARRIED 121 Tlgeit STUDENT Hall CENTER :- i 18

ALIEN'S GATOR HAUS Eat-In, Got problems?Call us. 3778123.
Take-out, have It delivered. Office for Student Services.
Enjoy our food (and beer or Call us at
wine) any way you want. 377- COmer Drug Store needs your
t
6510. help. It you are Interested In
Got Questions or Problems? youth and their problems 376-4482
Tired of the Run Around? SEE OUR LUNCH SPECIALS In this especially drug-related
I The Italian Fishermen. 2310 problems the Drugstore will ": .
CALL Th.EXPERTS 377-1125 Issue 1" ,:. '.
SW 13th St. 10. cent beer 11.30: screen applicants Jon 610. Call. ) Florida -
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716W.Univ.Ave..
says. it all 377.2643 "1\!::: "
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By STEVE PROCKO
Alligator Staff Writer

YOGA INTRO:_ Become
.2' says Little Larry'sYour healthy with yoga
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:::; ':::::::

:!II:V ,:f: GOT A CREDIT CARD? J \ 1' dai (DINNER],, tonight meditation United at Ministries.7 and at the healing Center 1402 arts W.tor

=
:;: University. For further information

'IUi/ ANY CREDIT CARD? cial BLOCK ,AND call 3727883.BRIDLE

meets tonight at 7 in McCarty
i (oil Hall room G086. For further
department
company, store, information call 3773043.
TRANSCENDENT ALiTES,
I card U.S. Canada The Transcendental
I any or ) 3a Choice W/2 Vegetables .. $1.49 Meditation Society meets
Your Choice W/3 Vegetables... .. $1.69 Tuesday at 7 p.m. in
the Shands Hospital. For

11? YOU NOW CAN USE IT PEPPER W/G STEAKTOPPED RAW 2742 further or information 495.2654ENGINEERING call 378-


at WHITE FISH (Perch) DAMES:
:;::;: will meet Tuesday at 7:30p.m.at .

!I .'. bang bang COUNTRY FRIED STEAK meeting 3225 NW will feature 27 Ave.Dennis This

......... Kinsey from the First
....
......... CHUCK WAGON STEAKTOPPED National Bank. For further
::::: .
W/GRAVY information call 373.3997.INTRODUCTORY

ii!!!' AS ALWAYS ALL FAMOUS LABELS 'f. BEEF TIPS & RICEMIXED on Transcendental LECTURE -

.:::::::; ::::: TOGETHER meditation Wednesday at 8
UNDER $1 0 p.m. at the Shands Teaching
SERVED WITH MASHED Hospital room H-611. For
III POTATOES,OR FRENCH FRIES; GREEN further information call 372-

< AND NOW INSTANT CREDIT, SALAD,COLE SLAW OR POTATO SALAD AUF 7550. DANCE COMPANY

will hold auditions for new
Ii! iii membership Wednesday from

,.................. bang bang ................'. 6-8 p.m. in the Women's
:.:.:..::.:..:.:.; ..::.:.:::.::. Gym. For further information
............. .................. SERVED 5 PM TO MIDNIGHT call 392-0594.
I I 1800 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE. I SAIL CLUB meets Wed
nesday at 7:30: p.m. in the J.
Wayne Reitz Union Room
357. For further information
'
call 3787759.
DORM DISCUSSION GROUP The
Gainesville Eckankar Society
meets Wednesday at 7:30
p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz
STUDENT SPECIALDELIVERED Union.
PUBLIC LECTURE The
Center for Jewish Studies
sponsors a lecture Wednesdayat
TO YOUR ROOMMONDAYTHRUSATURD
8 p.m. in the Architectureand
Fine Arts Complex room
YI 105 B.BOATING.
SAFETY
I DURING WINTER QTR FOR ONLY COURSE: sponsored by the -rM
United States Coast Guard
Auxiliary will begina 12 week
session Wednesday at 7:30
p.m. Cost is 53.50 to cover
i C per per course material.. The class
$3
o
4trn 3 will meet at Santa Fe
tut .. week .. qtr.January Community College west I
campus room 208.
CIRCLE Kt Organizational
meeting will be held Thursdayfrom
6.7 p.m. in the J. Wayne
Reitz Unionn room 150 C.
6 March 15
to For further information call
3928834.



CALL CIRCULATION378.1416NOW Rep meets

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UF officialsRep.


Don Fuqua will be on
a YOU GET MORE IN THE SUN campus today to meet with
: UF officials. '
.Action Line The congressman will meet
.TV Guide with UF's administrative
.Complete Sports council in the Tigert Hall
.Complete Local and National Coverage board room at 10 a.m.
.Complete AP and New York Times Wire Vice President Harold..
Service Hanson said Fuqua and
.The Prestigious New York Times Weekly administrators will exchange
Review views on legislation affecting'
.' universities. .,



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I .' .. Many major 'champions fell in 1974



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'
:f. By Alligator Services Oakland e tennis scene saw Chris world. Chrissie's former men's player. national championship
last dethrone Billie Jean fiance, Jimmy Connors also UPl's regular season, destroyed when they lost to
Nearly all of 1973's major Oakland j.ame.'l as the number one rose to the top of the heap as national champion, Alabama.saw the Fighting Irish of Notre
.rumpions were felled in playoff tennis player in the he became the world's top their hopes for a Dame in the Orange Bowl.
1974; a couple of old
champions returned to
their thrones,and some brash
new ones spearheaded by
Jimmy Connors, Chris Evert
and the Philadelphia Flyers REBELYDIS,000NT
gave! hint to long and colorful
reigns of the future.In .
a year that saw such
proud titlists as the Miami
Dolphins, UCLA, the New
York Knicks, George HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS COSMETICS.
Foreman and Austrailia's
tennis Davis Cuppers all take SUNDRIES-HOUSEWARES RECORDS CARDS
their lumps, those battling,
brawling Oakland A's reigned 'FILM PROCESSING
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
again atop the baseball world. ,

FOR ALI and the Celtics,
-1' the year 1974 marked a returnto 41'SUPER SIZECREST G oz. A W5O1ON
the glory that was theirs
through most of the 1960's.
Ali,heavyweight championof 89 I Yn!
involuntarily the world from deposed 1964 by until the 8-5 oz Reg.; or mint Reg. d KODACOLOR FILM

governing agencies in 1967, "
regained the title from the 1.50 resf value' 69c And Processing
supposedly invincible George VALUE __ 139
Foreman in one of boxing's 12 Exposure Roll or Cartridge
all-time upsets on Oct. 30 in .
Kinshasa, ZaireAfrica.. CWrol REVLON Developed & Printed
)I
At one point a better than
5-to-l underdog to the 24- HERBALESSENCE ii FLEX 4.95 AT REBEL O 75
year-old Foreman, Ali, 32, I VALUE NOMORETHAN: e
knocked out his younger SHAMPOO
opponent in the eighth roundto I
cap a comeback that was Shampoo FLEX COLOR PRINTS 15{
launched four years earlier 2.00
when the, Supreme Court Ciont 12 01 six* l.g.;.. 119 30 CENT VALUEMOVIE
:: VALUE
ruled that he was within his 99cReg.
constitutional rights to refuse 2.25 VALUE PROCESSING 20. E'P. .
induction into the
military
service. or lemon BarnesHindWETTING & SLIDE $1.49

THE CELTICS, who ruled SOLUTIONfor
PERNOXGiant
the National Basketball KODACOIO
Association in dynasty-like contact lenses CX INSTAAAATIC 126-12 $ 1 .09 EVERYDAY
fashion from 1959. 1966 and Giant 4 oz. tube 12 EXPOSURES
'68-'69 knocked off the w c
defending chamion, New 3.98 49 O M 2.50 149 See Our
York Knicks $
tJ. in the Eastern $2
value
Division finals and then went value NEW STOREat
on to edge the Milwaukee SAVE $1.00

'do. Bucks in a seven-game final 1203 SW 16th
series for the title. BIC imperial size Ave.
The Celtics thus completedan ;
IN THE CIN CITY
overall rebuilding of the PENS ,PRELL
club with one notable exception *
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MONDAY VOL.67, NO. 3 Coordinator's post offered to Allison UF cens ure 'lielOy 'to0 en By TERRif WOOD Alligator Managing Editor Executive Vice President Harold Hanson has offered the position of affirmative action coordinator to James AIlison. a former administrator at the Massachusetts Insiitutc of Technology, effective July I. In a Dec. 20 letter to Allison. Hanson said he had accepted the recommendation ot the coordinator search and screen committee to hire Allison. THE COMMITTEE met in closed session Dec. 4 and selected Allison. Robert Albert. and Ann Duncan Glasgow. as its nominees for coordinator. Allison's salary will be 125,X)0 per year. according to the letter. Hanson said he would not comment about his choice until the Affirmative Action Council meeting Wednesday at 3 pm. In the President's Board room. ALLISON could not be reached for conin'nt. Hanson said the job ofler had not been accepted, and he had not set a deadline for acceptance. Dorothy Neville, UP assistant dean of academic affairs. said as "strong probability' she will accept the job of interim affirmative action coordinator until the permanent coordinator takes over on July I. FORMER interim coordinator Louis Murray left UP Jan. I for a staff position with the Board of Regents. Because of a freeze on university system hiring, the permanent coordinator cannot begin work until July I. Neville said shc ,was otlered the joh ol interim coor~linator by Hanson after he and UF President Robert 0. Marston revrwed a list of candidates to till the vacancy. NEVILLE said she would discuss her appointment with the Affirmative Action Council Wednesday before deciding whether to accept the job. She said she has been iilved in affirmative action through the oflce of cademwc affairs, and she is a member o the Affirmative Action Council. Allison is on leave from his job as assistant to the president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and ha. masters degree in education administration. The coordinator will serve as staff assistant to Hansc'n. UF's director of affirmative action, who supervises U Fs equid employment oppertntins plan. UF's PlAN has been in effect since last spring, but finsi approval from the U.S. Department of Health. Education and Welfare (HEW) has been delayed, pending correction of several deficiencies in the plan. Near the end of last quarter. Murray met with HEW olficials in Atlanta to get feedback on UF intended response to the deficiencies in UF's affirmative action plan. Hanson said HEW'\ response was favorable to Murray's proposals to rectify the plan, and a formal response is being prepared. No grievance procedure, no methods for solving tenure. and low goals for hiring wonien are among the deticienci, cited by H EW in a letter to UF on Nov. 21. By GARY DALAI4OFF Angabe StalffWar It is likely UF will be removed from national censure by the American Association of University Professors (AAUJP). according to the associate general secretary. AAUP secretary Jordan E. Kurtand said he thought something could be worked out by spring which would satisfy the AAUP and the offended persons, Dr. George Cormwehl a nd Councille Blyc. The AAUP put UFpon censure in 1971 and cited several instances of UP abusing the academic freedom of UF professors. The two main cases which have kept UP on the AAUP censure list were the Cornwell and Blye cases, according to Kurland. "I RATHER suspect a cash offer is siniplest." he said. "I hope that is what is forthcomingg" A cash settlement would be a payment from UP to Blyc for the damages incurred by him assa result of his being tired by UF. Arbitration had been mentioned earlier as a possible settlement. KURLAND met with UF President Robert 0. Marston, Executive Vice President Harold Hanson. and local AAUP otricials on Dec. 23. "It was a productive micetitig." David T. Smith. UP AAUP president said. But Smith had words of caution for those hoping for an easy settlement. "WHAT MIGHT be acceptable to the national AAUP might not be acceptable to Mr. Blye"Smith said. Blye said he had no comment about the possibility of accepting a cash settlement from UF. "Something could happen next month or the month after" which would keep UF on censure, Kuriand said f, but he indicated nothing negative haslieppened over the past few months which would extend the length of time UF would be kept pn censure. HE SAID HE had "vefl constructive dIscussions" with Mason. Hanson and the local AAUP officials. A committee of the A AU! national organization Is scheduled to meet In June. at which time a decision will most likely be made on whether or not to remove the censure. Marstan esi the UP strategy has been to let the coorn came run their course. KUT E ADDED he would be "quite willing" to work out soothing -u or court, suds as the suggased cash stlemnt,. if tIP could be taken .ff the AAUP --nur "without admisaim, of guilt" -e UFr past,. Masstes said there ls a lot .f nnetinty abcst arbitration iso. that Blyt and CorawSl -ae -g I. ar. "We'n probably pflt that tme." Maena saidaferaig to the pemsikhy of Wringing In -n ariineto ssed by t.e national AAUP,. Investigators Sne story page seized $300,000 wojib of marijuana from plan, crash site south of Gcinesyille. five. Harris to eye graduate enrollment Dy BRIAN JONES Am. -s Eaer Former State Rep. Marshall Harris of Miami, the man behind last springs "enrollment padding" diaclosum.s said Sunday he "will be locking at enrollments very closely" now that he is on the Board of Regents. Governor Reubin Askew named Harris to the BOR last week replacing outgoing regent CasiPn ace In the ninemember group which makes policy for Florida'. nine state universities. HARRIS MUST be confirmed by the Florida Cabinet and by the state scnat., which mests In April. He will hane full toting privIleges on the board until confirmed. Harris and the regents came into conflict last spring when she House Apprmpraticu4 Commitee, which Harris dhuired, charged that UF and other ta sakuusIbs -es hfllg emwelinws. In -m rnda programs is ardt. to pesit a bating that they did ao dunnv. Sunday. HatrS turq 1kh emea nga ngulablas "*bseutially a manepunt prober" .d maid be tIE Wing "dollars and cents knowledge' to the regents. "DOLLARS and how they are spent has always been interesting to me, and I think my appointment will give the board a better balance in finance." Harris actively sought appointment to the regents and sent a letter to Askew Dec. 19 informing the governor of his dire to be named to the regents. Harris did not get the support of the rat of dhe regents In seeking the appliitmeut. Beand Chalrmau Mmarda Cdxie nominated two black hilmiaas hor the iannq, and university system Chancellordesigpate E. York wrote Askew, telling him It I. "eaudmey ha porat that a woman be appointed to replace Mn. Pearce for ran that -r wany, and. I'm suin obvious." Harris said he Is not yet sune the unhevsltls should I,crease class suzes and requbr teachers to spend sari time Ia the elasuem. -s US.a Set Psulmeat Dempsey .e. D. Pagiasa City, has su,.std. Harris will sarws a uhne-pear turn. He sanvd .a psaub she state legisls vie, four of theta -s apspeSam ms mitts chairman. The Independent Florida Alligator Pbshd y amu Corn icnns r Goievn Fodo Noto othilyoasoitd wth ,h nvra fF do Whie you were away Exams ended and you split for MIami, Minnesota, ftknshlbqnn.o wheteter. Ret you didn't thInk about UF once during break, dId you? It flayed tIght hene, bu.mhn sway -s It always dons. Sine hast quarter aided, scm praduats aseisans mr oat of $6b dma to the funding crunch, ad the Bterd of Rhpns has orded ether ime. to deal with light many In .nlnnllas flat If ye. 'vs get a.ng lap 1h lbss-campus student edit usia., you're lath. uinqy. T7. bd -st l. detail., turn to page three. A let kappgned whl, pu s ese anay. 4'

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Pog* 2. Th. IndependenI Foddo Algotor Morndoy January 6 Il7S Ford names commission Rocky to had probing CIA NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER to probe domestic spying WASHIN(, I ON I P1 Irtsident -oud named Vice President Nelson A Rockeiecler Stinda' to head an eight -member commission i evtigatmng accusations that the Central Intelligence Agets has Illegallh spied on thousands of Americans wt thin the United States. Among those named jo serse on the panel under Rocketeller are former Calutornia Governor Ronald Reagan: Erwim Grtsworld,. a private lawyer who was U.S. Solicitor General Iron, 1%7-72: and Joseph Lane Kirkland. secretary -treasurer of the AFLCIO since 1*9 FORD ANNOUNCED Saturday the establishment to investigate it a 'blue ribbon" commission the charges against the CIA hi ((inionSil 'ill dtlttcrliunr nhethel ihe haenlt iec(Ictl its Ntatiutors iiiutrit\" ird1 unlted' 4~ lu lbrrmfly it Iiii Itime5(IL Ehe Preudk'n a Uion wa trigg ered I' ailcegationis mtews reports dud Ironi congressmecn tha th CIA carried ot burglaries and e lee! rumI sir' eilia nce during thce 1%(s and earls I WN's and that it spied or kept tiles on As rian' as I P.(Kk Americans. panticulary act is s opposed to the Vietnam wta r F-ord directed (he commniissiorn I report .hny e; idence ol illegal acticuty to the attorney general In addition, the president said the FBI already has begun its own investigation ot whether the CIA broke the Iaw OTHER COMMISSION mcnmters nilmes Sonda; mneulded Ret. Armyi (Jen. [,yIHIn I Lcmntrer. t hartmb of the Joint (hieds 0! Stall tronm 1%(-63. Douglas DInllor. Secretary I treasi Ironm I %0-65. John I (onnror ch ir m i ot the Allied Chemical Corp., mIi |dgar F Sh annon. who retired this year alter IS years a' president ot the Universit; e Virginia Mean" hue, Hep,. l~ucien N. Ned.', 1 M ich,, said Sunday his Congressional committee w'ill also investigate charges the CIA spied on Americans meaning the supersecret agency no0w laces scrutiny trom three sides: the commission, Congress Jand the Justice Department. hows drg ch eaper WASHING CON I -[he price consumers pay for prescription antibiotic drugs could be cut by more than 50 per cent ii drug stores were able to buy the lowest priced drugs available, a private research group said Sunday. [he cheaper drugs are niot always available to pharmacists because companies producing the more expensive brands nIften dominate the market, said the report by the Council on Economic Priorities,. [here are wide variations in price for drugs that have the same common or generic name but which are sold by different companies to doctors under specific brand names, even though they may be the same in effectiveness, the report said. C. loseph Stetler. President of the Pharmaceutical manufacturers Association, called the study "interesting" but said "The basic thrust appears to be against the patent and brand names systems. which constitute the bedrock for innovation and quality in all of American Industry. 'Hence." he said. "they study gives woefully short shrift to the incentives that spur drug innovation and the quest for new products and services." Polic y maker WASH INGTON (UPI)-H top economic policy-setter in ep. Henry S. Reuss. D-Wis. a Congress. said Sunday that personal income taxes should he cut by SIC billion within the next 60 days to help control the nation's "mnolcrable"' recession level. He proposed that taxes be pared by either allowing a S225 credit to lon and moderate income wage-earners or by reducing the Social Security payroll levy, which he labeled "the cruelest tax of all'" "ONE OF the primary sources of our ecconomic troubles today is that there is not enough purchasing power by the average middle class family in this country," Reuss said 'We do need a tax cut." Reuss. a member of both the Johnt Congressional Com,Auto industry DETROIT (UPI) -The beleaguered U.S. auto industry begins the first full week ot 2975 Monday with 14 of its assembly plants closed and nearly 8l8.0 workes off the job. Thousands more will be out of work in the coming weeks, the automakers say, because production of just 45,0 cars is planned for January-29 per cent below last year's already depressed pace and the lowest tbr the month i 24 years Sales figures for December are due Monday and were expected to bear out the warning from Ward's Automotive Reports, the industry statistical agency, that automakers haven't faced such a potentially depressed car market since the 2930's. December sales are expected to total about 507.000 cars. b5cks tax cut mittee an he House Banking Committee, strongly critteiled I he idmm nist rat i n or "rutnnmg around in circles for so mn, n months w hile the economy has deteriorated." "We~e got the kind of recession that is absolutely mii tolerable (and) which shouldn't have been allowed to get this had," he said. "We ought to start turning it around tonmorrtw instead ot playing this Rip Van Winkle act that the admistration has been playing." REUSS WAS interviewed on CBS-TV's "Face the Nation President Ford. who once Iavored a tax surcharge on middle-income families. has been studying recommendations Irem his adviisers in recent days that would cut personNI income taxes by between 120 billion and 120 billion He a.pparendvy has not reached a decision. putters into 1975 ncludin2 fmporns. as the industry completes its worst year since 1970 with sales totaling 8.85 million cars. Last month's sales were the lowest for any month since DecembeL ol I 970 when a strike against General Motors cut deep into deliveries With first-quanter output slated to be the lowest since 1%61. the Ibur U S. auto manufacturing companies have already idled or plan to idle before March close to 30O,O00 workers-40 per cent of the hourly work force. Close to I 6000 of them are on long-term layoffs, awaiting an upturn u. sales so they can return to work. Ford Motor Co. will close six car plants and one truck assembly plant for the week, idling 36.275 workers temporarily with another 28.750 on indefinite layoffs. GM will have just two of its 23car assembly plants clo'led. kNft.AJI 719* 37 71 0 J I En The. independ,wFIendoAi'ior I o *'.bibaison of Campus Con' flun.Cwfls 'cnwpor'o.d a nv non-profh. twrira i. is publshed fin '.r1.5 *U&Iy ecss diPnfl )uO* Juiy. -n Aiut whaf l's published .4.,, wnely. cM dunng tiudr' IOiidOfl n' .sw,, pqiods Opinon. empresedin th. independent' A .g.e te .esof h. dIrn of th* tiuites of ith wtcims and -o tihos. a I,. Umnvrny Mf Fic.rid,. carnp,. sevdby lhe $nMepdnfl9 Fior'do AIIhgeor Ad&r.n corn.pondfnt* '0 Tb. irsdependent Fiondo A[Fgolo' P0 So. 432S0 Un'.esy s'or'on GOamnnvei, Moi,do, 32W01 TI. 'r' depend. ficrdo AIIgo*.r 5setee ft WeCOAd Cia mron. 0 th. U"*d siole Pow t fie.e at GomnwIw F*irido 3260) substrI*4,on fO'. 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Th rdependent PlodS. MlIgabor. Monday. Joeunry 6. IW7. Nag. S BOR fund affects UF grad students By TOM SHRODER Alligator Staff Wrlier A less-than-requested allocation from the Board of Regents (BOR) reserve fund will put the squeeze on some UIF graduate students and may result in larger classes. Dr. Gene Hemp. UFE interim assistant vice president tbr academic affairs, said there would be "no problem" with firm full-year graduate assistance commitments LIE has already made. However. a number of graduate students without commitments will not be receiving assistantships. A GRADUATE assistantship provides tuition and expenses for graduate students in return for teaching and research duties. I. it The reallocation distributed last month totalled only S28O.00), less than haif of the $630,000 requested by UFE academic colleges in November. Hemp said $30,000 to 535.00 is allocated bor faculty and service positions. The remaining 5250,000 is earmarked for graduate assistantships and miscellaneous salary expenses. DR. C. A. VANDERWEIF, dean of U's College of Arts and Sciences said his college would be able to meet their commitments for winter quarter and are trying "very, very desperately" to make ends meet spring quarter. VanderWerf blames the scramble to meet commitments on the late reallocation of reserve funds. "If a private business were run this way, it wouldn't stay in business very long,' he said. THE GRIM financial situation .1sw prompted the BOR to order a bring freeze in the nine state universitie, until t0r salarws are reduced by two per centt. Hemp said the shortage of ha, for graduate assistants and the hiring freeze will create larger classes and heavier class loads. Two factors have combined to cause UF's present financial squeeze-an unanticipated increase in university enrollment and a decrease in state revenues. MANNING DAUER, UFE political science department chairman, said statewide university enrollment was up 5.000 from the figure the legislature used to tormulate the budget. In this case Florida reflects a national trend. National university enrollment was projected to increase by about 1.2 per cent this year but actual figures indicate the increase is as high as 3.8 per cent, Dauer said. Another national trend Florida reflects is a decrease in revenues. Revenues are presently laying 'behind appropriations by more than $90 million. However. U F Executive Vice President Harold Hanson found cause for optimism in this winner's record-breaking tourist season. The national economy is in trouble, but maybe Florida's is not." Hanson said. First dividends paid to credit union depositors -~ / photo by georg. kochoniec ir. HE' RETURN ING TO ROOST .05 are thousands of UF students By STUART EMMRICH Allgalor StaffWriter For the first time in its three -year history the florida Student Federal Credit Union has declared a dividend for depositors Student Body Treasurer Greg Sherman said Friday a 6 per cent dividend will be paid to alil974 credit union members. Sherman estimated 2.500 students belong to the union, Hiring 'f reeze' used to cut budget By BRIAN JONES AllIgator Layout EdItor A hiring "freeze" will remain in effect at UF until the budget for employ. salaries shrinks by two per cent. No employes are to be laid off during the hiring freeze, which was adopted by the Board of Regents at their December meeting. The policy instead calls for all state universities to stop hiring replacements for outgoing employes until the salaries budgets are reduced. REGENTS adopted nine other moneysaving policies. designed to comply with Coy. Reubin Askew's order that all state agencies. including the university system, must reduce spending below the amounts approved by the state legislature last April. A general decline in Florida's economy has choked expected tax revenue, and the state is receiving less funds than called for by the budgets approved by the legislature. Among other university money-saving policies are: REDUCE the number of small classes and the frequency of course offerings. 'if possible;" Linit long-distance telephone calls,. duplicating, and use of outside consultants; Reducing electrical consumption. HOW budget cuts will affect students is in question, but slightly larger class sizes for next fall are a certainty. 'It's too early to make sharp predictions." UF President Robert Q. Marston said Sunday. Marston said he is watching how much tax revenue comes into the state treasury in order to decide how severely UP's budgets must be reduced. Harold Hanson. UF executive vice president, said Saturday "for Then Call, (the money-saving policy) will mean two per cent larger class sizes." NEITHER Marston not Hanson .said there would be an immediate effect on class sizes because of the money-saving policies. however. In other regents action, the board rejected an admissions policy which would have prohibited convicted felons from entering crowded .ivcrsity programs. the only student federal credit unmon in the country. ALTHOUGH there were reports last quarter that the credit union was in financial trouble. Sherman said the union is now "very stable. It is not on the verge of going bankrupt." Sherman said the union was "at a low ebb" before because of a large number of delinquent accounts and low deposits. He explained that a change in management resulted in greater efficiency and lowered the number of deliquent accounts which put the union in a 'position that we can now declare a THE UNON is now being managed by Auxter and Sherman also managed to obtain a S6,(XJ) grant from the National Credit Union Association which Sherman said will be used to defray general expenses. primarily salaries. Sherman said he hoped the improved financial position of the union, shown by the dividends, would increase the number of members. TO BECOME a member, a student has to deposit at least 15. The member is then eligible for loans from the union. Sherman estimated the union has made 2,300 loans since it opened in January. 1972. He said the loan interest is usually 12 per cent. The Union currently has assets of approximately 540,000 he said. The credit union is located on the third floor of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. Harris blasts investigation of Honor Court DyJOE MORAN AllIgator SaM Waner An investigation into the effectIveness of the Honor Court "is the admInistration's attempt to uatisty someone.' Robert Harris. chancellor of the court said Sunday. The UF Task Force on Student Judicial Systems held its organizational meeting Dec. S to study the shortcomings of the 61-year-old honor code and the court which was founded in the 1940. HARRIS' CHARGE was leveled primarily at Robert Bryan. interim, vice-president for academic affairs. Harris said Bryan had been "uncooperative and cynical' toward Honor Court attempts to carvedt deficiencies in the system and had repeatedly failed to respond to phone calls and memos,. "I feel he's the one exerting a tot of the pressure to investigate the Honor Court." Harris said. BRYAN indicated he was surprised at Harris' accusations. "I don't remember Mr. Harris ever calling me." Bryan said. "I return all calls no matter who they're from. "Me must have me confused with someone else." Bryan added. HARRIS SAID the Honor Court was not officially notified of the organizational meeting, even though he had received assurances from UF President Robert 0. Mason and Vice President for Student Affairs Arthur Sandeti that input from the Honar Court would be given top priority. Sandeen said a representative of the Honor Court. Craig Mitchell, was present at the meeting. Harris said Mitchell, who serves on the court's attorney general staff, was relatively new and could not speak with as much knowledge as many others could. Th. student members of the task force were appointed by Student Dody President Steve Merryday, according to Sandeen. In his state-of-the-campus speech at the end of fall quarter, Merryday said vntreturing the Honor Court nould be attafpted this winter. While you were away.

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PERSOAL, CLAsSIFIED ha SINCLAIR EATON DOG SCHOOL 9 Y EA RS EXPERIENCE NOVICE, A DVANCE PROTECT ION A ND A TTA CK DOGS OBEDIENCE CLASSES TO START JAN. 13JAN. ALL BR EEDS ACCE PTED FOR INFOR MA TION CA LL 376-4222 EVEN INGS 466-3165 716 N. M AIN STREET *.m.mb. to call Morn to thank h.r for the V / ) / ,h ~lw mnia'un, charge for .o,,e-nhi,'"te 'iii within he ~i nnym,~uifromI1P&i toSANi .~s2Ot Siinma people .ak .t the me of 12010 i -*0 tod. per lnmnu you ion r.n nih a tot into. on.-m*nui, quickie j @ ad um / / 'I / ~2/ I'' II K II III FE: Th~ Si Plane wrecked; escape blocked AlahnaCoutye AlternatorsStorters-0 en rot 0rsForeign Car Service Ph,. 378-401! 508 N.W 8th Ave. 1 400 pounds of mar |Uana By BRIAN JONES Alligator Layout Editor lnmestigators are trying to determine the cduse of plane crash south of Gamnes' ie Sarurday h ih left two men in coUnty jail and about 1.4(X) pounds of mianjuana im he hands at Alachua County 1)rug Task Force Agents Appointments set fo r finan cIil a id Students who cannot niee? their appointment to pick up financial aid should set up a new appointment, according to Irving Loch. UF's assistant financial director. Two 45-mmnute periods scheduled each day Ironm 8 to 8-45 a.m .and from 3:45 to 4 30 p.m. will be used to handle rescheduled appointments or emergency cases. Loeb said. HOWEVER, students who missed their appointments will not be able wo go during the tree period without First rescheduling. Approximately 4.000 appointments were sent to students during the break to "se if we could cut down on the length of time studeiits have to stand at the Hub,' Locb said. TWO additional windows at the Hub will be open to handle service deferments and waivers-,a system that could cut down the number of students having to wait in line by approximately two to three thousand students, he said. Loeb said students with deferments should avoid waiting in line by dropping the papers in the might depository box at the Hub, since no money is being exchanged. Appointments were maied to students on the basis of financial need according to a code on UF financial aid records. ii. V \~\ \\ // V m K jt~ ; k ~i 1/ i / 4, I / II! / I Jr < I K ii '/; 4: I // 4 / /1/ *1 a r aLLvu0a uatur \Lthough no intormiaiioi about thr trash is being ,ssuel ,Itiaalb mill the l-edera] \taior drministraion completes its nimesci12.ion. 1he plane was probably CPTmhn from ]dm3i.ItLatid Tmad ha'e crashed hcautse ofenginetrouble ON THE SCENE at lhe srash site Saturday. rask Forc Director Li. Clint McGra,' said papers recovered from the plane indicated it wa command Ironm Jamaica. tLocal resident James amsey and his tamil. awho witnessed ro police, said the plane's engines sounded lunny and "sputtered" as it circled Levy Lake once before crashing and flipping over in three-foot deep muck. Dennis I. Conroy. 22. ajidMiehaei P. Timmins. 26. were trapped upside down in rhe Piper P-31 aircraft until rescued by sheriffs deputies and volunteers tromn the Micanopy Rescue Unit. THEIR ESCAPE was blocked by the 20 to 25 pound bags of marijuana they were allegedly transporting, which shifted to the front of the plane on impact. according to McGraw. Conroy and Timmins sutiered only minor injuries, according to the sheriffs report. and were arrested for possession of more than five grams of marijuana. Their bond was set at S20.0 each Sunday. SHERIFF'S deputies removed the marijuana from the plane by airboat. but the airboat pilot. lucky Robinson of Gainesville. said there's still a whole lot of that stufffloating around in the marsh-liske skum." Neither Conroy or Timmins would give authorities any information but their names upon arrest. McGraw estimated the value of the marijuana seized at S3JWXX) and said "that's a conservative estimate." McGraw valued the plane at sIOJ.SU) new and at about 55000 in its post-crash condition. Authorities will keep the plane until it can be auctioned. Ijrni 1211 S.W. 16th Ave. Cmn City Plaza WELCOME BACK STUDENTS and FACULTY Get it together with the gang and.enjoy EAT-IN aliens three ways TAKE-OUT FREE DELIVERY WE CAN NOW DELIVER BEER & WINE 2-7 Daily -Happy Hours Pitchers: LIGHT & DARK SCHLITZ BUD -$1.40 MICHELOB .201 -$1.60 GIVE US A CALL I. a377-6510 by

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Pa Th. intepen~d.,. Aer$4 id g.t, Monday Januawy 4. 1975 EDITORIAL Evening up 'People think we won the trial but they're wrong. We really lost all the way around." So spoke Scott Cami, unofficial spokesman for the Gainesville Eight, a year after he and his fellow anti-war activists were acquitted of federal conspiracy charges. And indeed, after the jury took a mere rour hours in August 1973 to finally end the government's 14-month harassment of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW), it was hard to argue with Camil. Chalk up, on the side of an administration obsessed with smothering dissent, the fact that for 14 months the leadership and resources of one of the most effective--and embarrassinganti-war groups was tied up with legal wrangling. The result was the virtual decimation oftthe VVAW. dants won: costs of 580,000 not including lawyers' fees for which there just wasn't any money left, 14 months of anxiety with no time to hold a steady job, and, as Camil put it. "our constitutionally guaranteed right to be free." If you accept the premise that the Nixon administration's purpose in prosecuting the eight was not to put them behind bans but to cripple their organization and scare the dickens out of anyone else who might emulate their brand of free speech, it's clear who won. And there's ample evidence that the govern.ment's intent was just that. The Gainesville Eight case was the culmination of a long series of "conspiracy" trials of anti-war activists. Their call numbers read like the signals of a frustrated quarterback gone berserk: The Harrisburg Seven,. the Chicago Seven, the Camden 28. They all followed similar patterns. Trumped up charges '.ere based on the testimony of borderline psychotics turned informers. And the results followed: no significant convictions but a lot of tIme, money and energy lost by the defendants. But the point of all this is that a New York Congressman named Ed Koch is sponsoring a bill designed to give victims of malicious prosecution a chance to recoup their losses. The bill ensures that in any trial involving alleged violations of federal criminal law, the defense can introduce evidence to show the charges were an "unreasonable administration of justice." Thus, defense efforts against prosecutorial mischief can't be quashed by a bangof the gavel and a judge's decree: The government's not on trial here. And, the bill states, if a jury or the court finds the prosecution was unwarranted, the government must pay attorney's fees and "reasonable costs" to the defendants. The bill makes sense. Right now, the Gainesville Eight defendants are embroiled in a suit trying, among other thinp, to get reimbursed for their attorneys' fees and compensation for the 14 months they had to fight an attempted railroad rather than be employed. The case is tied up in legal knots. We don't take mudh comfort in assurances the Gainesville trial is the last of the hard times tbr Inw abiding disseuternA peek at recent headlines about illegal CIA domestic surveIllance of private citizens it enough to bring back the shudders. Ouftep. Dou Fuqus shouki lend his nipport to the Koch legislation. Fuqua is scheduled to be in Gainesville today and it might do him some good to stop by for a chat with one of his constituents. namely Scott Camil. The rich have once again gained more influence and stature with UP administration officials. The gain was promoted from within the administration rather than from an outside Durig fall quarter. President Marston sent out a "Dear University of Florida Parent" letter. The subject was m~oney. -Te subject is always money, but there 'las something different about this letter--the first sentence. "We all have an interest in providing the finest education f'or our children." Marston wrote. "Children?' Isn't this the new president vith thc nev. ideas of involving the student in the affairs of the u niversity? Why then does he choose the word "children" to describe the Assuming a th wasan overight on President Marston's part. let's continue with the letter. Marston goes on to s ay he is organizing the Gator Parents Club. Sounds a lot like the P.T.A. back in your home town, doesn't it' Or maybe the booster club? Assuming the naming of the club was an oversight on President Marston's pan. iet's continue with the letter "To provide the extra resources for excellence which will make this institution competitive the nation's best, we ask you to support the University of Florida as generously as you can," Marston wrote. Marston reminded parents a gift of 1l.I00 or more will qualify then, as a member of the President's Council, He called this Council "a prestigious group of outstanding alumni and friends of the University." Keep in mind, each parent can donate less than sl.00. which seems to be a generous gesture on the part of the administration. A parent can donate 125, s50, or 10, the last of which entitles the donor to membership in the Century Club. another special group of special people. "But whether your gift is 125. s50, $100 or more, please know we are most grateful for your interest." Marston told the parents. Marston finished the letter by inviting "those of you who are interested in active participation to make yourselves known.' If you were a parent of a UF student, would you heed Martson's call? It seems clear that a parent who contributes 125 to the cause would have four times less power with the UP adGARY BALANOFF ST AFF WRITINGS ministration than a parent who contributes 510. Likewise, if someone felt rich enough to givelli,000to an untried program such as this, he would have 40 times as much power as the s25 contributor. Now Marston can hold up his hands and say it ain't so. hut he must realize as well as anyone that money talks, and big What about the parent who worked hard to puat his %Ofl or daughter through college, and can't throw 125 "or more" into the till? Must he be torcud to slink into silence with all the other parents who aren't rich enough to have two Cadillacs a motor boat, and a summer house in the Bahamas? This glorified country club approach has led to the situation our nation's higher education system faces toda L et's not forget the many families who can'I afford to send an' of their kids to college. The rich and the middle class can send at least t e% ol their young people to college, enabling them to achiete higher pay scale when they graduate. The cycle contimuevthe rich keep sending their sons and daughters to college. and the kids breed richer kids. Meanwhile the poor stay poor because they don't have the financial ability. How cat they get the financial ability without going to some kind of college where they can gradu ate and receive a higher salary? Now the parents able to send their kids away to college are being segregated itto those with enough money to get their "child" through college. and those with the reti money. the elite whose money counts in the minds of the UF administration officials. The money from the elite counts because there is so mudh of it. so the cycle continues. Parents with money count, but the ones who sre a little humbler financially, well, a. the Secretary of Agriculture said. "He no playa the game, he no niaka the rules,' Translated to UF, "He no paya for the game. he no maka the rules." r The Independent Florida Alligator CU Gswetcan i-esv. cn&k C. o sMyer ovusmit SMoininM o'.,d KeIn Nvws Slir AMninlswnv. ant Mdiodol Producton Mono,., Ltines Monoser m~dWood Manogk'inM cai ~mi. Isyovi st. Irnn Jo-e -Sou EIt. PNflSh.d by Cfi'lCO u'" eyss o. os.ille "tdd. wat elfin. b.hNd~ Cdq*0 Inn, 173 W. LMfl 3Th.S AdverlI*IflI end A"'d"d"""p" fn: 36"""8 I UNEMM~ The s ublect was mon ey

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Say what? Hea I-litirIt is my (ipimlon that the mandatory health charge should he placed on a voluntary basis., I he present system represents an escape trom Freedom and RIM Brotherisni ol the most insidious sort lI people aren' t willing and or able to care lot themselves UF. i e. Big Brother will. I am a human being who makes choices I am conmpetenlt to choose my own system ot health care sho d d I desire it. I he present svsten, Marston I ,lt th ttad(rcr, r 'tha. vill m e u ,m np no t l ibLtik'! L'Ihnh or o'ut it rt in Saiorlitid anid h'sorld but it wright in ennhiglh gi tns brothers and '''lers w.eIIl dIsestabibshmeniar.ini le the pr( ,et .r, at prec. iwt S and( let I etolutior rule Florr&,rs ot horrcrs,. hoee r, in mii,' H otherss rnI %Isttrs, the ight 'Amig. ight-olt 1stdbIushmen~t's right-hand rig that 'oti art mmo reading, wih itsprIrish inug r.,nt bias iand its ti -arrot tro p re pressing is! itinnikhtcnc(I and Inlcrix posed bruothrrs and Ith fee restricts nmy ttreedOm to do so. I accept responsibility ior myi Ireedemi to choose. II my choices are wrong in the case ol health care I wilI be the only one to suffer. I reale that not all people .rc freedom -loving or competent. Ihat is why I advocate a 'oluntary system It would allow people to join the present system. It would aiso allow the individual the option ot withdrawing Irom the group action. A voltitIarn system w ud 1 ,illo& the individual the i pt lll. sa l i N g i1 sK .I ii
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TRAVEL PROGRAM IIh. J Wayne Roe Unmon onco.,ncn the opening of Ins new Trovel Informofion CenWe as ol January 13. 1975 Available .mrvices orn plocrwd to includ. chartr flights ,o Europe. ssuence of lInemnoional Student ldentillcotioo Cord. and bmchurm. and infornon about countres oil over th. world. Thoe persons wiahmng io purcha. an lnflmitioal Student Identficollon Cord will b. required to have a s.oLi ( 1 '% by I"% inch) block and white photograph of themmelve., $2.00 and pro.4 of full-Wine aldent enrollmentoto g unior college or unlnnlsty. Th. c.dt ,.ill be imau.d on the prem.Iae. PIeo,. inquire In Roe.m sr0 of t. U:'ion foe more dewils, or watth *he Union od. inthe Allgsaor. ,.,, 3 Ng SCHEDULE Prtgmm. ROIAm WOWDWINt Union Balkroom, 6:15 p.m. UNIVERSITY RENAISSANCE ENsWIMl. John S. lt. Ohrnir -Rein Unio% Ballroom, 6:15 p. Facult Recita Ser. -Seve-t Phugrm. JOHN S. KI%. Beemoan -Reft Union Balroom. 6:15 p.m. II UNIVUSI1Y CGNCERT BAND, Gory L-gfr. Conduct Rein Union Sallnon,, 6:13 p.m. mea II UMVSESITY CHOIR. John Grlghy, Diretor Neh. Union Sollkooc. 6:15 p~m A,,.,,,b ede.,eI ud M.,,,,.w, _e,, -cS-e-''tM-st D-pfw-n I CREA TIVE COOKER Y WO RKSHOPS dlcimn, ng us. The .a.dl -m inn n'In -u lie.-.n.nn.slie e.e.s ,sl.,.Son a. ,e n Cmk r~enwta o c euInAweek.mdes be ern b-n .a d .or -seu ..p .ne S. N.t.d .dc.yI-M .n bf .gI 'e < I SPONSOWE By liHE RITZ UNION ANDSTDET GOSMENT Michael Lorimer Sun. Jon. 26 Minoru Nolimo Sun, Feb. 9 Cinderella" Sot Feb. 15 The Night Thoreau SpenfIn .al"Sot Feb 15 ,G.,.,NFEAS' --FEBRUARY 25 6:30 p.m. FL EA MARKET Sat. March 1 'S' --J~z 10:00 4:00p.m. SPECIAL DINNER TH EATR E PROGRAM "The Apple T ree" FRIDAY,~~ JNAY2 *eee0.0.0ue. GAMES &REA CAMPUS TOURNAMENT JANUARY 20 OPEN TO STUDENTS Events are 14.1 (Straight), Snooker, Bumper Pool, 3 CushIon, Table Tennis, Bridge, Chess, Air Hockey Uowllng and Foosball. -I S. 0 0 0 6 .0 0 0 0 .0 .0 .0 S 6 6 0 S 0 OS 000 6 60660609000 0000 egos N ON-CREDIT COURSES Reistroalon f or all worktopM and lesons will Sake ploc.enm Room 3fl, frm 9:W0 am. So 4:W0 p.m .January 6 thmuglh January 16. Ssudenlts, faculty cod staff nmembern and their spouse. will hove priority Mor Iles .wollmnrt ffrfr January 6 through Joouary 10. OnIy ofter this 5im will riStratOn be open 90 other pesoni. Du. So pric. and .egsvtoo differenttals it wIll be necemsory that each p.flOn Caffe to register will, opproprioM ideotdfIeoto.Ekrllfli4t for Indlvduol closmes is mItneld and. theSore. on a fIrst.comn. first. served best. Person. may only register lor Ihnm.lve. Beas .g~so for a wd ho and lens is limited, we must con.Jde, your declSon lo enmil final by 400 p m. 1he working day precedIng the finnt ,cheduled cia~. Refund. will be made only under ~2 a) 7.169:10P.M SmIt~del. (nwiumo BANJO ltuns.J.n21-Mer6 7:2-9s P.M flmfl: Odi flqb~i *lt'%(S a) Ca) a) NEMM-MS Wed. Je.2 SM. 5 hgn Helm. Wed. .. SitUNeabjec I hu an. 23 -MVr 7-30-9:30 P.M INSERUC1TR: OIW.dJ@ Mullen smla ses ILK on-Sluecas IWed J~a fMe.5 7:30 -9t30M. INSlRItC: JLSNn.$iudnt. -hu. e.2-M.6 $mItUudmd, C-UNNINGCOSS TItcea bsmeg1 Ton JJen.2)Me,.4A 7t3-9U.PM aMMUes b MSItUd.,. lLU0 .Uude.t 7:ZS-9:JOP& INdhtUCfl: 1.00 Ne.ud.Mla SA0NUluni n.CUP.j. MnJes ,-etSeb INSUUCT1100 Ne.-Swejd CRIIIGU SoE CWed J C.22-eN. 7:-.9:0P.M. lmm1ucn.R: Ilt. J d. 2g r s -, N.Iu, w C C A I M:39:3PM S0tshudiS. mea il. .n U-M. ISm.M.,9k l&0Ne.dj.4 a) Pa~ilNG: 51lbyr. J. S Mec. 7:3-9:Up. *ItdaS. SlmN.b.a I0CY + MA0C Ti. est. 1-MI .4S. (0Cw YOUW ON (OOGANlC TeJet.k. 21 Me. SlMN.IbdR lbsm J. SU.2 7dC"*""" pN.4bh0 M. SE. -IN.d. ~MS hm r 9 -I 9 9 1 I a)

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C YOGA) Mon.Jles. 20-M.$ S IN~IIUCICR ked &.a Te.YOGA 10:00 AM. -Ne. nee2ds tIE. 11,60 Ne.-4*jdensi. tIlafludess ItS N.54d.4.5 Wed. Jesfl-Mar5 bedec ke 9 Thed Jehee-.a 6 10.00 .-edea 100NeegUhfl. C YOaA I Thin. e. U8-S.c 4 hadt ieaw vocal' 7vu-9asp.a. INSU.JCTS:~ Sitlfen I 5.00 .Eudes. NOS BAI 34 HG INUUCIOS: h b.S 7:.-0 Mu.s0edln.Sda MIe.d Te bspe. Nog.n W. m an -lb ?iSsapa aIIIE Bh te ILUSW4d.ais *3 Wee-eta Pen ss Nelg A.Sey Th.n Te Cues wfj a.eud re I.,.,. Lhost I, Ye,, ag n .k MAC RAME Maniac 13-Feb. 3 7:209,3P.M. ammUcym $~ eretwed M ldec. LGNo.-tuenu s C. MACRAME Mon. Feb. 10-Mar. I 7:39:30P.M. Iwmucic: Sw.e-NeffWood 14.OCStdnf 100 Non-ltodenft SHANdCSUIaNG Tue., Jan. ItMar. 4 1:3-AtM PM INSURUCTOt: Ossidmy Stedi"n SLG s.St$ud.n NOGINNING CEAMICS Tu.-Je. I-Mer4 7:--9, P.M. 2400 Non-Studel Ttses. J. 4 --Mer. 4 7:30-9:30 P.M. )&,005*jde.I, l&OONon-Sgudenes .i.NG Wed.Jan. IS---Marl5 9U0I:dOA.M. 'INlUCn: bmeIy. Mar meL $S*ea J 2400Nt.-itideat Wed. Jest I8-Mr. 7:309:F .M 'ITUcOR, IIty del 2460Neu-Iden 9 SWVIY OPCWAIS Und. Dedy SILK.hids.n 2400 Pn-StudenteC. r -HANOSUKING i,2O-_uIp.m-. INS~tUCtOl: 24.00 Non-Stdets DRAWING: Thrn.Jei. 14-Mar.4 Hop. WhIte swe.-udea LWTy WAX CASTING 1''' Jest. *Mar. 4 7: '9Sap.s INS Ite. J d i-eb 200 ttud.*lS iGBNslurm: 9 9 a) .. I Nw Pth Fo Ja.1 Underntondlng Your Sexuol Self Gu. Newmn,n M.D. Pychioliit Lor ?.mn r Je,22 Growth Through Gestalt Fontosy and Bob WitchMl Ed 0., Gestalt Therapist an. 29 How to Tell Somneone Whot You ftolly Meon Shoe Graham Coedh. P, 0. Clinicol Psychologist Dovid Pankm,, Counseling Inserm, Colhy Owen M.S.W. Clinical Socill .Wo.k*rr Ajnn Q Lynch, ES.D., Coun.Iing Psychoogst Tim. Eu.etl, Ed S .Manriag. Counselor 1.1. 19 Stnrotype. and Conmmunicotian im Can.,r, M.S.W., Clinical SocloIWolkers Feb. 24 Confrontolion wilt, Deoth and Rebi E Gm.ham Knh. lnical Pwchsoto6S.' The independent RodS. AMIgar. Mondey, Jasw.ry 4. 1971, P. 9 MOVIES ADVANCE SALE OF MOVIE TETHS Te Roil. Union sell. odvonce ticket. ts movies on Fdiday oftemoon. frown 12 30 p.m.4 30 p.m. at the Union lox Office (Second Moor. J. Wayne 1.11 Union). At each Friday Pistol., ticket, will be available I or show. that .vnlng Snwugh lh. following Thursday evening. In addition, the Box Off ke op.n. one-hoff hour before each show (providing A.e .Iow has not been sold out dudng the odvonc. sale). At thes. finm., fickat may be bought oniy for the show that Is about to nsn. Me odvatee 11d .emy he ponchesed any otter Sn. ihe. dadng the .denwe sale. Inquire. regorging film. may be directed so the Progrum OffIce (392-1655). Monday trough Friday. a:0 ow.550 p.m or the lnfonnotIo.n D.k (392-1649) wh.IcI I, open days and .v.ig. MI movie. InSert. 0. will be in the Secound Moor Ajud~louum. J. Woyrn. Reina Union. Serde. Two will be in lh. Medical Science. Bmolding And~toriwm. WINT ER QUARTER FILMS LAct DELVEANCE CHILDREN OF PARADISE THE WH11E SHEIK THE PAWE CHASE A MAN EBCAPEW CITY IHTS NIGHflS OF CABIRIA THE WAY WE WEE ANTONIO DAS MaRlES FAT CITY YOUNG TOPLESS THE KID and THE IDLE C LA DGLCE VITA THE LAST DETMLt HOUR aF THE waLF THE EMIGRANTS LAWRENCE OF ARABIA ALPHAVi LLE LI MELIGHIT AMERICAN G8ARF1T MEMORIES, OF UNDER DEVELOPMENT sERPICo THRONE OF BLOOD SATYRICON LAST TANGO IN PARIS THE SPIDER'S SWRATEGE THlE SEVENTH tEWU LSION IMAGES STAlE OF SIE DON'T LOCK JULIET OF WI THE HIREING SEAL. NN E SPIR1S -----------i M

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Pog. 10 The Independent Fhorldc Amtgv Mno Jonuoryb 6975 LJ.LIlEscept udy Lka doutAbaoh LAST 2 DAY$' DISOEDEE PIEENTS 'AN EVENING WI' RICHIE HAVENS FRIDAY, JAN 10 at madl11 0*NE NIGMT ONlLY ADVANCES TIC0E1 $450 At: *.&l DIXcosnt. Uphons Muk.c Young As. ShOP., Box 00k. help FOR SALE 5te,en Arrplrtier l(YJ awtts ;ood ion For r011 KieJi7 7775Price $65 'n I I Mottres, nd Spr, gt $5 and $10 ols ~ I oldog mrei bed $5 opAcosponoaI choir $5 arnd $IC Electir i Boseboor d *ea'er n CalL 475 2064 to Si 53 pd) FOR RENT oblpi I hdrm, opt Hawnipor. lnge oWy ptsvOry private balcony ;rouirpn off.,e ofterrnnrts lot rio d0t rr nal' pv 7? R261 lb 4l 50 p1 >t ins, rsi be nccl (all jelf yr ry 'nfrrlfnQ' 17B6733 (b it 02 p1 Wanted t berol rCma I, rooal. in saet trapier $65 '2 u* Mo se in after 'aos rmust be neot (nil Jeff or Galy r-orn~ngs 370 6733 (b St 53 pl *.Ch CI. vmpiete EXCTIN ADENTURE flgVmacin-' C.s-f ..5 FOR REN1 i6t iI1 Poid Tun hed )ed Pefl OK' I I2li lOpe'i9om e pmn 2 hdr $120 u'lorialy fur qk. d istam efrom cmmos Sopeor 'itidenis i1 2 Si Open 7Boys o week S125mronih spocioul horr-s on NW th St Hen' Dropes o-u'pped Belt., hurr, 'I II171 S '25 utd paid No lense 0r depos OIQe Dpi with oairt drop '2 bdt $155 Wnlkr9g distor r'mpus HUge opt spnc ious, rI 1! htat pot a fenced C pen 9am 8pm bdr $'2 ,tr ho~, h tod n ted Pel Evote Asso' 1I3NE 16t" Ae Open Eeryday h 553 ci I room *or rent in 3 tr house,. rmile, from copu $Q morbh utlli s ud enl prf d p WANTED Cnol.tion wor, .v lbI. t per doy good poy prefer mature person Coil 392-M6M5 pnonrnent (esp 53-c) WeAlE roomot. osoe ri 662 CtoLondialnorr $5 2r t3-p 3Oe 7 9 r c II53c) Days ec iS y orn fr Coi c GaO SILVR Tio prerre caid after A 00 P M (c-5143-p) antd Reporters: Needed. A y person at the Alligator office, behind the College Inn 1728 W. Univ. Ave. Students only -No experience necessary. Ask for Dave or Terri. Cop Editors: Needed. Sun.-] 8:0 pm. Good starting sal. experience, but not necessary. person. See Dave or Terrn. hurs. 4:30ry. Prefer Apply in Ad Salespeople: Needed. Mtn.-Fri. Salary plus commission. Experience or course back u Jaesd Apply nerowth pac ground .Ame inerok.it Independent Florida Alligator 1728 W. University Ave. (In back of the College Inn) oiseno n ecup 377 6902 r' house ideal for 377 6992 Orat-d kitchen 377 6992 WANTED "Oo'rte oned Icr 2 b I $91 a o rpeted, central hi or poe1 Co 37 18 'i,''ed pole cc upanryLirget' Si 53 p1 -fermole in share plush 2 bedroomn opI Wi-direndowi s $6Jt o month plus util Keq winter ol AC good courts poo "'ce area roHl ron 378 7337 i c t 53 p) PERSONAL ctEc The wed being ol m[nkind is pefl( es tu'ly ''"d *ec'riiv ore trnattoinable iehS ice frarn ASORtlON iSLEGAL bor nin on loiw co~t Con wiph safe abortions ,r rvodern approved fa ilt es Ial. THE LADIES CENIER 355 3776992 3-6S3 II sr S3 c dea jr WELCOME BAOK BLUE MEANIE I AulSSED yOU EL dtdtPC ,a 2r 53 p) NOW OPEN Spec n Iing in E ngjish hai 377 6992 uli'bow avigor h nlo IivAe 27' 24 51,S Yip turn 2 Tomy ne end only Somc wm. word Iur 3 gorencelcurs oddness vuigorne's DAt t I he start of totnethig new 1 r okn rodt every momier' I I V NA (I 2t 53-p} hus OVERSEAS 108$ Austrolto Europe S *senioui America, Africa Students oil for GO professions and occupotions $700 Ho $00 monthly Expentses paid over t ta53-p) it o-ot SERVICES nidy 370) SLEEPY lottow ridig academy & haordiing tabless hunt sead inst outside for clot, r curse dressage ing Iei Is excellent ntpol call board rg 373 I059 466-3224 foc fites hox stalls winter r ye gross pasture m :hpld No 141 45 p py week 373-1255NOESfAOO ltlprii rah ,tolls-$7S pasture $30 376-4719, ker tryIng (m 10144p) H OOSES boorded-wont clean grounds odmvduol core? I everything else lumps ring-miles of trolett stalls $50 up 481 2O26 after dcrkf 1-47 p) A mrent provwdad including mask ins, wnorkel BC andi ful wetluit indies"t :c i ."" iboaks $a35 cl S uba Dy non rs icr furter pie 373 5069 i r, $t M p Ternni esia s Ebper erred i nstr ucton quaronteed reso ti Zen' privots 7 tenant $26 By appointmentornly Steve 377 4359 evenings in 31 53 p i BYAIIN AY HYICLAND MNIA U-lVER5lW OPTICIAN$S8M0 (~ Sm 54thAv 7L ive Off Campus?. Want came you? your hassel representatIVe is. Samson + the office for Student Services To Save You Timne --, Gator Glassifieds Are Available At the Campus Shop & Bookstore Jewelry Counter DISCOVE RI NEW Educational -Pre School & Kindergarten Ages 2 to 5 Monday thru Friday 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM pm of GaInesvIlle Inc. 373-2236 V 'G.fwrirs 377-6779 --r, e e e e o e e e e e a e

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93O'( oOl JME A TM kN Rnir.tS'i O~trt~cr (ov ~ t, OYVE4000flL.~t~a ~-, RedsgOppootunnIM.,Congbul.g to Und.,mdua eSuce. Remember those two fun-filled days you spent on cunpus durig the summer orientation progr~n? Remember d the questions everyone had? This summer CMI be your opportunity to participate in the pga Us a member of the FOCUS staff. The Office of Student Services will be hiring 20 students to work with the Summer Orientation Program, helping new students and their parents acclimate themselves to the University. Staff will be paid $4(E.(fl plus room. Applications are available in Jan. 10. For information call Room 129 Tigert and are due Rob Denson, 392-1278. Th. l'idependen* Frcdo Aligoltor Monday. Janu.ry 6, 1915. Peg. I I Former Engi sh head SVS~IL -1Rao~ Qp gf 46-3340) .-, Dr (I AiLhibaali "Arch e" Robertson. N,. chairman cit the UIIEtiglish department trom I 4b to 1%5 and honorary curator ol rare books, died ot a stroke Saturday night a, his home. Dr. Manning I Dauer head ot LUFspolitical science (Iepartmnent and a long-time friend of Robertson. described him, as a "peppery type. He "as very iamious bor his readings of plays. .nd he had a great interest in his students." Dauer said. DR. C. ARCHIE ROBERTSON .0.' peppery type' DAUER ADDED dhat Robertson htd been lnstriTmentl im bringing the late Robert Frost to I]F to cead his poetry and .ilso in getting authorcss M arlorie Kinnan Rai.lings to dedicate her papers to the university Robertson brought graduate research English professor Aubrcy Wilhamns to UIF in I957. "He was the mi Jiri I ason I came." Willams said He also described kobertson as a "good scholar.) "In my estimation he was one of the finest scholarsand he had an aware ness of good scholarship W illianms said "IF HIE HAD not been here after World War ii up to the time he retired, we would he nsed" a a ot tegraetierty Williams added. Robertson received an honrar d ctorate in literature in 1%65 bor his efforts in building Robertson attend UF Iron, 1912 to 1915 when he received his baccalaureate degree. He earned his Master cf Arts degree im 1919. He also studied at Harvard University from, 191 until 19 ROBERTSON taught at UF until 2927. returned to Harvard to continue his studies andl theneamen acting head of UF's Robertson was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Alpha Order aHe isurvvedhy his widow Alleyne Redding Robertson and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at Williams Thma uneral Home Tuesda at ss C y Cemetery. 4 4 tn fLw I I i meI lirMa C N Ot Quatoonsor Problems? 11usd .4 he Run Aroundl? cmaa lme ns sn-ails Office foe Sjudeqit Services VOLUNTEER IRAINING muv AUL YOU CAN DRINK -Tuetdoy ---*pmat .AT, ONLYs$2.50. SMJFY'S -pub sty1.Iundhe, smporned b.r in, win,.engoy our famous Snoffy Burgeroat 1017 W. Uannty DOMfiNG'S PIZZA -FREE DELIVERY. Eostsld. 376-3317, Campus 376-2487, Westsid. 3792415. AUDIrS GATOS HAUI -Eat-in. Tok.-oot, hov* it delivnd. Eujoy our Food (and be or win.) ony w-y you wont. 377'SIC. SN CUR LUNCH SPECIALS in *hI* SW, IS' 14. 10 a~nt b .r H1 0 UT11h LARtY'S -a. our dolly laI in 14,1issrn. Served 5pm TUAMIC3JOUTAL MMT1ION -Con.a to 9fre jectu,. Tuts Jan 7, 9 pu.n, McCorty Aidltorium. Wed. Jon. 8,Sad NeipheI, -H-411 HEBP WIE4T NEW SIUOENTS to compute. loin POCUS. Cell Rob O6n. 39-127a or com,, by 129 lIge H4.1 MASSM SlUamiT C 3413 Got pro&les Call us. 377-al25 a011k. for Studenw Servlne. C' s. nig lbs needs yo-r hdlp. It you am e ndesed In youth and 0.1. problems, *.pecI.Ily drug-related p"''''. *' b"'p'e' w"il ae IdIcana Mn fIG. Call BEGINS NEXT WEEkt FOR The Corner Drug Store You page each week on this far the as little as $ Ca II usat 376-4482 Independent Florida Alligator Come by in2s Sw lite Ave 3:30-5:30 call 273.53an.ytime C, diedat home Saturday 'S. w Gainesville merchants can advertise rest of this quarter for IT TTilIIITTTTI I 1\111 Ill Lill I 1111 I II III IIIII

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Pug. I2, h. IndepndnIodo MIgtor, Moncay, Jenu.ry & 1975 FANT OF WO E I U THE STORE WILL BE SLASHED %0 74 1029 w-. Op.n 10-6 M-F 10-4 SaL. N L____ nIC STYLES l'S FOOTWEAR EVERYTHING A %0 A UNTIL IT'S 1I

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Thetndependn* Florld. AlIgctor, Monday, January~ I 175, peg 13 sags -GOT A CREDIT CARD? T ANY CREDIT CARD? (oil company, department store, any card -U.S. or Canada) YOU NOW CAN USE AS ALWAYS ALL FAMOUS L $UDER $1000 AND NOW INSTANT CI 1800 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE. IT ABELS R EDIT A Gator says N N.it Ad ail sammie of """ 7115W. Univ. Ave. 37754 L Ytle Larrys 7 %-s a-Your Choice W!3 Vegetables PEPPER ST -a J b. (DINNER) Si 49 $1 69 EAK WHITE FISH (Perch) COUNTRY FRIED STEAK CHUCK WAGON STEAK BEEF TIPS& RICE SERVEJDWmI~MASHED NWATFkES.OR FRENCH FRJES. GREEN SALAD. CLE SIAW OR ifiTATO SALAD SER VED 5 PM TO MIDNIGHT B, STE\ E PHOCK() Alligator Staff Wrler YOGA INTRO: m ed aN!n t erfl iin I Ii Be. one IlLeIhn1 .tr% I!11.I Its 402 \V Ia urtle m m ets Ionmght 'I -mi M cCariy TRANSCENDENTALITES: I he Me ditatrmi "s f ~ccndcien a I Soc ely Tuesday at 7 p. the Shands Hospital. turthr inforanc ENGINEERING mf. Im For DAMES: will meet Tuesday at 7:30p.mi. at 3225 NW 27 Ave. meeting K in sty National This will reaturO Dennis from the First Bank. For further information call 373-3997. ITODUCTORY LECTNE: nTasedna meditation Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Stands Teaching Hospital room H1-611. For further information call 372AF DANCE COMPANY. will hold ,uditions tbr new membership Wednesday from 6-8 pa. Gym. formation call Wayne Reitz in the Womer's For further in392-0594. meets. WeUnion Room 357. For furnher information call 378-7759. DISCUSSION GROUP: Gainesville The Eckankar Society meets Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union. PUBLIC LECTURE: The Center for Jewish Studies sponsors a lecture Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the Architecture and Fine Arts Complex room 105 B. BOATING COURSE: sc SAFETY onsored by the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary will begin. 12 week [session Wednesday at 7:30 jp.m. Cost is 3.50 to cover course material. The class will meet at Santa Fe Community campus, rooni CIRCLE K. College,. west Organizational [meetingwill beheld Thursday |from 6-7 p.m. in the J. Wayne Reiti Unionn, room 150 C. For further information call 392-3834. Rep meets UF officials Rep. Don Fuqua will be on campus today to meet with UF otiicIis. The congressniam will meet with UP's council in administrative the Tigrt board roomh silO am. Vice President Hanson said Fuqu administrator, will views on Iqislato. in ivernitles. Hall Harold a and etch ang a t e cti g

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Ptg. 14. Th. ineedn NMi. MIugctr, Mood.y Jan.ry 4. 197 Many malor champions fell in 1 97 By Alligator Servien 5 any all 0t I 973's major Thdrpions were felled in 974; a couple at old Lhampions-returned to their lhrones, And some brash new ine, spearheaded by immy Connors. Chris Evert and the Philadelphia Flyers gave bhmt to long and colorful reigns ot the future. In a year that saw such Proud titlists as the Miami Dophins,KnUCLA, th ewr Foreman and Austrailia s FOR ALE and the Celtics, the year 1974 marked a return to the glory that was theirs through most of the 1%60's. Alt,heavyweight champion of' te ',rl fros16,""nti governing agenicies in f %7, regained the title from the supposedly invincible George Foreman in one of boxing's all-time upsets on Oct. 30 in Kinshasa, Zaire, Africa. At one point a better than 5-to-I underdog to the 24.year-old Foreman. All, 32,. knocked out his younger opponent in the eighth round when the Supreme Court ruled that he was within his constitutional rights to refuse ifduction io the military sevce. THE CELTICS, who ruled the National Basketball Association in dyunasty-like lashion from 1959 -1%66 mid tit46Q knocked ofT the defending chamton, New York Knicks in the Eastern Division finals and then went on to edge the Milwaukee Bucks na hevegamie final Rhe Celtics thus completed hn overall rebuilding of the club with one notable cxception being John Havicek Iron, the Bill Russell-Bob Cousy-Tomnny Hemnsohn title leams ot the Ms. It was only titting that the 1974 renaissance took place under the coaching of Heinsohn-. fhe Miami Dolphins ceijoyed a bittersweet 1974. spending the tirst mouth of it Mining the Super Bowl rhanipionship for the second straight year. lThe Dolpbins were to spend the rest of 1974 sliding down. AFTER SOMEHOW managing to gqad his champions into the playoffs despite a rash of injuries and the knowledge that superstmn Larry Csonka. Jim Kilek and Pal ae* ,old:son now-floundering World Football League. Dolphins Com .Don: halts a hi third stralgtt Super Bowl championship dashed in A Oakland on a heartbreaking. last minute 28-26 loss to Oakland Raiders in an AFC playoti gamle. H EA LTH SUNlDRIES FILM PR the tennis scene sa'. Chris Fkert dethrone Billie Jean King as the number one "omten's tennis player in the world Cht-issie\ tornmer fiance, Jimmy Connors also rose to the top of the heap as he became the '.orld's top Ssou uptEo & BEAUTY -HOUSE WA OCESSING mten's player. UPI's regular season national champion. Alabama. saw their hopes for a nat ional cham pionshisp destroyed 'then ty lost to the righting lrifl of Notre Dame t the Orange Bowl. AIDS -COSMETICS RES RECORDS CARDS -SCHOOL SUPPLIES ON KODA COLOR FILM And Processing 12 Exposure loll or Cartridge Developsd Printed 4.95 AT REBELa VALUE NO MORE THANCOLOR PRINTS 15C 30 CENT VALUE PROCESSING MOVIE & SLIDE $1.49 INS rAMATK U2 EXPQsUPES ati1 iN $1 *O9EVEYOAY 203 SW 16th Ave. THE CI CT CENTER '~ft ACLIP IN 'S U K Pt CAsPUS OPEN LA TE 7 DAYS A WEEK UNIV AVE II $ PAUEL bSCOun, Specials good 1227 W. UNIV. AVE thru Friday 3767430 QUANTITYRIQHTSRESERVED ACROSS FROM FLAGLER INN -2 4 20 EXP,