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I .' Florida* Power rate hike hits UF 1

By KAREN MEYER company must be allowed to cover costs sinceit
Alligator Staff Writer is required to furnish power
Prior to a recent ruling by Attorney Gen.

." "; '.w Robert Shevin, Florida: Power was passing its
The Public Service Commission (PSC) costs on to consumers through a fuel adjustment *

granted UF's energy supplier, Florida Power charge.
Corp., a S33.3 million rate hike Monday, in a Shevin's opinion indicated fuel adjustmentsare
move to save the company from financial a PSC power, and companies could not
w', : collapse. levy such a fee without a public hearing.
With UF's Operating Capital Outlay POWER FOR most Gainesville residents
(OCO) funds already frozen to help meet a SI comes from the publicly-owned Regional
million utility bill deficit, Calvin Greene, Utilities Board, which is not governed by the
director of the physical plant said he didn't PSC.
know how much the.rate increase would up Florida Power and Light (FPL) also
UF's S250,000-a-month electric bill. received a rate hike of 9.3 per cent,
FLORIDA Power's increase amounts to a amounting. to a $68.9 million increase.
15.5 per cent hike over the current rate, and This figure reflects a percentage of the
$33 w UF's bills "will probably reflect" that overall revenue needed to meet. operatingcosts.

proportionately, according to Greene. .
BOTH increases are a portion of higher

million "We were expecting an rate hike applications.! Florida Power said it
needs $65.6 million to meet debts caused by
the energy crisis, while FPL has asked for a
rate hike: increased rate because of total increase of $143 million. A final

decision has not been made on the enitre rate

the fuel adjustment fight" increase packages.PSC .
Attorney William Weeks told the
commission, "The financial situation at
-Warren T. Michael
Florida Power is desperate and they need

who the ? immediate relief."
gets jolt engineerIncluded Commissioner Paula Hawkins questionedsome

of Florida Power's spending and asked
rick with UF on the Florida Power
graphics by rosen
the company's increase be reduced by $26
billing list are Corry.Schuchtand Diamond
million and FPL's by $54 million.
.. Village married housing units.
Residential customers of Florida Power will
be paying about $3.85 more a month on their "The financial situation at
electric bills, based on use of 1,000 kilowattsof

favors electricity per month, including fuel ad Florida Power is desperateand
Fuqua tax cut justments.

GREENE and Warren T. Michael they need immediaterelief"
assistant director of engineering for UF'sPhysical
Plant Division, said they could not
estimate what UF's new bills would be,or how
easing of interest ratesBy the current deficit would be affected. -William Weeks,
UF's OCO funds for education and general
budgets,which are primarily used to purchase PSC attorney"I
equipment were temporarily frozen in
TOM SHRaDER Both policies are designed to relieve the December for the remainder of the 1975 feel that the unrecovered fuel costs in the
Alligator Staff Writer present recession, a problem Fuqua believes is school year to help meet the utility deficit. amounts of$26 million and $54 million in the
more serious than the 12 per cent inflationrate "We were expecting an increased rate past year are not reoccurring costs and shouldbe
U.S. Rep. Don Fuqua, D-Altha, told UF that ravaged consumers in 1974. because of the fuel adjustment fight that's spread out over three. year period."It .
administrators Monday he favored a tax cut "THERE IS almost unanimous agreement been going on," Michael said. is certainly not equitable to the rate
for families with incomes of $15.000 or less among analysts that inflation is caused by ALTHOUGH Florida Power is a private payers of this company to have non-
and relaxation of interest rates. high oil prices," Fuqua said. company it is controlled by the PSC and reoccurring costs as a part of the rate base,"
"If we can get.the oil-producing nations to cannot be forced into bankruptcy. The Hawkins said.
jllllllIasi lower oil prices, inflation will diminish" he ,.
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profits of major oil companies, Fuqua said the :' :;t I;:.;:; ;"" T ,a tL

oil companies' claim that a cushion is neededto .
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cover increased costs for exploiting ...
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marginal energy resources and developingnew L-- t !
ones might be justified. :1,
HOWEVER, he said, "If we had been ableto
keep Wilbur Mills out of the Tidal Basin,
we might already have a windfall profits tax." L. ,+ 6eWr.
Fuqua said he foresees a gradual upturn in -
the economy over the next six months.
Several administrators present at the
annual exchange of views with the UF
alumnus expressed concern with President
Gerald Ford's veto of environmental and .... -- .'.--'-' R" e"6 ii1N14IQl iwi.e .
scientific research bills. '

a Fuqua, the fourth,ranking member of the .' r
House committee, charged with scientific '"1' :: _
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If the President doesn't want to sign those photo by John moron
REP. DON FUQUA bills he won't listen to arguments," Fuqua THEY'RE BIG WHEELS

predicts economic upturn said. .bikers on new path avoid speeding cars, trucks (see story page 3))

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I depresses pricesWASHINGTON I ; despite recession I

4' PITTSBURGH (UPI) Steel producers are enjoying a |
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(UPI) The government's first gold largest customer-the auto industry-has been rocked bya 9
auction this century drew 209 bids Monday for prices GOLD recession.The ==
unofficially averaging $150 per ounce but the historic sale auto industry which annually uses 20 per cent of all I
depressed gold prices around the world. steel made in this country has reduced first quarter steel ii
Bids were submitted for less than 10 per cent of the orders this year as much as 50 per cent. Shipments to

Treasury. Department's offering of 2 million ounces of STEELiimiiitiiiititiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiititiiiliiilll appliance makers also have dropped, off drastically. _i
gold. But steel mills are humming attempting to meet the -
The largest bid of more than $9 million was made by the steel demand of other industries and build up inventories. 1-
Swiss Credit Bank of Zurich. The bank one of the world's steel's inventories, depleted by the record demand 1Big _
major gold traders offered to buy 57,000 ounces at prices I were further reduced when steelmakers were confronted by 1 1a
ranging from $160 to $173.50 per ounce. shortage of coal because of the nationwide miners' strike. ;;
The 'otter ounce was $188 from Leslie E. :;
highest per business have been
"In the case of the auto we 'getting
Ellisson of Wayne. N.J. Ellisson requested a 400-ounce orders from other customers that make up for the slack I
brick, the minimum order. "
especially from farm equipment manufacturers, said a
The government received 228 bids but disallowed 19 5
Republic Steel Corp. spokesman.
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capsule Wire Editor of commission members to CIAWASHINGTON

(UPI) The White House acknowledged Rep. Robert L. Leggett, D-Calit:, a member of the House
Monday that some members of President Ford's special Armed Services Committee which plans its own CIA investigation
Soviet leader ill commission to investigate the CIA have past links with intelligence said the makeup of the commission means "We
operations but denied it would hurt their ability to can expect nothing but a whitewash from this panel."
probe the spy agency's activities. A HOUSE subcommittee charged with overseeing the CIA
Presidential Press Secretary Ron Nessen said Ford personally also plans an independent investigation. And Sen. John
but still at workLONDON selected each member of the eight-man panel headedby Sparkman D-Ala., indicated his Foreign Relations Committee
Vice President Nelson A. Rockefeller that is charged with wants to question the agency about "gray areas" in its
(UPI) Soviet Communist Party General finding out whether the CIA spied illegally on thousands of operations.
Leonid I Brezhnev is sick but not seriously ill enough to American citizens. Although a Library of Congress report said Rockefeller has
abandon his leadership activities diplomatic sources said "THEY WOULD not have been picked if they had some "demonstrated his concern that internal security measures
Monday.The connection with the CIA that would hamper the investigation not violate due process of law" Proxmire said:
nature of the 68-year-old Brezhnev's ailment however, ," Nessen said. "The panel is one-sided in that it contains no champion of
was not ,disclosed in the reports reaching London.' But Sen. William Proxmire. D-Wis., noting that civil liberties. And what is at issue here is the CIA tamperingwith
White }House Press Secretary Ron Nessen told reporters in Rockefeller has served for five years on the White House the civil liberties of American citizens.
Washington that President Ford had "no information" to Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board said: The chairman of "I 1 think that panel is unlikely to give the vigorous, adversary
confirm a report by Chicago Sun-times columnist!>t Charles the commission is in a position of investigating an agency for critical analysis of CIA activities that we are supposed
Bartlett that Brezhnev is suffering( from leukemia. which he has been at least partially responsible." to get."

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help size with equal number PLUS MANY MORE Alligator STUART Staff EMMRICII WriterA
of ingredients FREE!
peopleSAMSON W EXTRA PER BOX temporary bike path along Archer Road from the UP
campus to the corner of SW 34th Street is almost complete.In .
this ad. Good
Bring o action over the break the Alachua County Commission
Jan. 7 & Jan. 9 okayed a request from a group 'of UF students for con
struction of a bike path along Archer Road.A .
week after a group of students asked for a bike path and
five days after a bicyclist was struck and killed while riding on
:witRvitz Pinifln the road the commission directed County Engineer Charles
Morgan to start construction on a temporary bike path.
; UIIIIJI1W21608; THE TEMPORARY path which will cost the county
$2,000 from its staged construction program will be replacedin
: 316 5.W. 16thAve.ACTIVATE. 376.4521 15 to 16 months by the widening of Archer Road by the

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An anti-discrimination ordinance covering housing employment *
and public accomodations was also passed into law
by the commission during the Christmas holidays.The .
I YOUR ordinance which provides for local enforcement by the
state attorney's office,prohibits discrimination on the basis of
sex, race, color, religion, national origin and marital status.
THE COMMISSION passed the ordinance unanimously at
its Dec. 10 meeting.
Although the ordinance basically follows a federal anti
TASTE BUDS. discrimination law commissioner Jon Wershow explained it
was important to pass an ordinance that provides for local

Under the federal law complaints had to be filed in Atlanta
or Miami.
,:,. .' Although rejecting a suggestion from Commissioner Tom
} \ .' Coward that child care centers be included in the original
: < ,;}: ordinance Commission Chairman Jack Durrance appointeda
committee to look into the possibility of adding. an
I amendment later.
Sections covering discrimination by age and obtaining
credit may also be considered by the commission, accordingto
Wershow a member of the original committee that drew
1 up the ordinance.
ALTIIOUGH enforcement of the ordinance is the
IN A HI/RRY/ !! responsibility of the state's attorney, the commission will
review discrimination complaints on areas not specifically
covered by the ordinance.County .

How long has it been since you had something that made
your taste buds stand on end and tell your stomach
something good was on the way? Shelley's has power- .'' ponderschild
packed pizzas with all the goodies that'll do it every time. ,
And the Shelley's man has the fastest delivery in town,
right to your desk or your door. He also makes delicious
deli-sandwiches and good things off the grill. And center law
everything goes down great with fine beer and wines. To
activate..just call 378-1628 or 372-6582.

Alachua County Commissioners will consider amending the
county's anti-discrimination ordinance to include child care
THE SHELLEY'S MAN centers at their 1:30 1 p.m. meeting today.
The present ordinance, passed by the commission Dec. 10,
DELIVERS 11 IN THE A covers housing, employment, and public accommodations.,
Commissioner Tom Coward suggested the commission look
MORNING TO 12:30 into the possibility of adding child care centers, and County
Attorney Norm LaCoe will give a report on it today.
Also on today's agenda are discussions of the county: 's
LATE AT NIGIIT. legislative program for 1975, the Comprehensive Drug
Program and the problem I of tax assessment m Micanopy.
The meeting will be held on the fourth floor of the County

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I Hiring freeze may hinder VP searchBy I

nominated before that date, but had
STUART EMMRICII He added, however, that the committee will hang on indefinitely Sisler explained. not yet
committee if
Alligator Staff Writer would be instructed to continue its search and Among the criteria the committee will notified the they were interestedor

screening of applicants. .. .. consider are an earned Ph.D., a notable not.
A "gloomy outlook" on future funding for COMMITTEE chairman" 'rrf' H: Sisler, record'achievement as a teacher-scholar, a Sisler estimated there were 20 candidates
UF may hamper the final choice of a new vice UF Graduate School dean, told the com broad range of administrative shills{ and a nominated before the deadline who have
president for academic affairs, according to mittee Monday to "look carefully" at each of "deep committment to the goals and ideals of not responded.
Harold Hanson, executive vice president.This the applicant5 folders during one week and undergraduate and graduate programs in the
week the search committee for the new rate each one on'a scale from one to ten with liberal arts, sciences and professions of a Among the candidates being considered by
vice president will review more than 200 ten being the highest rating. large, complex institution." the committee is Interim Vice President for
applicants' folders.A Sisler said the points for each person wouldbe ALTHOUGH Jan. 1 was the cutoff date for Academic Affairs Robert A. Bryan who will
FREEZE all until the committee has decided to servce in that capacity until a final choice is
on university hiring tallied and the 25 highest scores would be applications
July 1 will not directly affect the search for a chosen for further study.He accept applications from persons who were made.
new vice president, because the choice would said the committee would then write to
not be made final until after that date. the 25 candidates, requesting references and
Hanson said future funding might determineif further data. .. "
the post should be filled at all. THE COMMITTEE will have until next r ?' ,"4 'f i -

"The entire funding shortage will un- Monday to go though each of the folders. I
doubtedly affect us, and we may decide that Sisler said he expected the ratings completedby
there are other things that have a higher then.
priority' said Hanson. "If we don't move with this thing now, itI ,
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I From -prof.to pres..

By JANET PARK College of Medicine, said Monday he will
Alligator Staff WriterDr. accept the presidency of Dickinson College in t

Samuel A. Banks, chief of the divisionof Carlisle, Pa.
social sciences and humanities in the UF Banks was selected at a board of trustees
meeting Dec. 21, 1974, and will assume the
presidency when Howard Rubendall,
a Dickinson president since 1961, retires.
Rubendall announced his retirement last
year, prompting the college's search com.
mittee to begin looking for a successor.

ACCORDING to Banks, Dickinson is a
''f fairly small liberal arts college with a "great ITS FEE TIME AGAIN by chip hires

faculty, strong administration and good .if don't wait in line this week
R* a group of students." you a you're in the wrong place

Dickinson is the 10th oldest college in the

United Banks States., trained in psychology, religious I IUF
studies, higher education administration and Minimum wage i increases
medicine, intends to work more history, ethics
and philosophy into the professional

curriculum. student employes' minimum wage has minimum wage law, Turner said.
BANKS' introduction of the social sciences risen to$2 per hour as of January 1, according HE SAID two months ago students'to
Ira D. Turner, director of student financial
into the UF medical school curriculum, minimum wage increased to $1.90 an hour.
beginning in 1962 with a !grant; 'was the first aid.' The increase is just a "continuation" ofThis
innovation of this type in the country. is the second increase in minimum plans to comply with legislative law, Turner
since the U.S. legislature the $2
wages passed said.
a graduate' Duke University,
received his Masters of Divinity from Emory
University and his Ph.D. in psychology and

religion from the University of Chicago.He UF to I
has done post-doctoral work at UF in purchase sculptureA
higher education administration.He .

is also an associate professor in UF's sculpture by a contemporary American A selection committee chaired by Roy C.
departments of humanities and religion, as artist will be purchased with a $20,000 grant Craven Jr., director of the University Gallery,
well as a member of the graduate school awarded to the University Gallery.The and comprised of students and faculty encourages
faculty. National Endowment for the Arts in professional sculptors to submit
DR. SAMUEL A. BANKS. Banks will assume the presidency of Washington, D.C. gave$10,000 to match one their photographs and credentials to the
.will accept presidency Dickinson College on July 1, 1975. $5,000 grant each from Student Governmentand committee.
the University Budget Commission to
enable the gallery to acquire two) or more "We want to locate an already existing
works. work that is stable and resistant to both

I UF winter enrollment Seeking a monumental sculpture, the weathering and fraternity decorations,"
tops 27,000Monday's gallery has set aside $19,500 for the purchase. Craven said.

The remaining $500 will be used to buy The committee has already received a
winter quarter enrollment figureof registered than in any previous winter several additions to the Gallery's Archive of number of submissions and hopes to reach a
27,093 has topped all previous UF winter quarter," he said. Photography. final decision in the spring.same .
registration totals according to the director of Previously. Voyles had predicted an
records and registration. enrollment.of 26,500. He now anticipates the
total to rise above 27,000 by the end of
"More students came back from last registration on Monday, January 13. New emergency entrance opens I IThe
quarter than were expected" said Vernon Enrollment for winter quarter, 1974 was
Voyles. "At least 2.500 more students 25019.
new emergency room entrance on the Private cars carrying emergency
west side of the William ramp.
Shands Teaching patients to the pay
must move immediately
I service.Hospital has been completed and is now in parking lot at the end of the ramp.

Counselors needed for program Shands had been using the main Persons driving themselves to the hospitalfor
entrance the parkingarea
treatment use
at the front of the emergency may
the building on Archer Road as around the circle drive at the front of the
emergency entrance.
A free drug counseling training program is "The Drug Project offers free assistance to THE NEW entrance hospital and enter through the main entrance.
being offered in Gainesville.The anyone with a drug problem whether they are turning north off of Archer can Road be reached by Student emergencies are generally taken
Drug Project is presently recruiting students or not" said Charlotte Gregory, Drive and following the onto Center care of in the Student Health Center (infirmary
interested persons to work with all types of publicity chairwoman. signs to the ). If the infirmary cannot handle the
emergency room entrance
drug problems on a volunteer basis. Interested persons should call 3926845. Emergency vehicles and ramp emergency they will refer the patient to the
private cars use the Shands emergency room.Page. .

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Pag 6. The lndpndnt Florida AlII,.....,......,.January 7.1975I

I Four bargaining groups organize I IBy

recognized as separate bargaining
GARY BALAN OFF The olticers and their addresses, where "keep options open. already received notification agent.
decides to having
commission of
Alligator Staff Writer association funds originate, the association IF THE STATE registration from the state commission.
school as a separate
the engineering
constitution and statement of recognize
and by-laws a
also listed
of faculty in QUARLES two reasons for thegroup's
unit, only the vote ,
Four new faculty organizations have en- cause for interest in becoming a faculty bargaining desire to become a separate/Unit.
tered the collective bargaining struggle.The bargaining unit were required. that school will determine their bargaining "We have a separate ;

UF Law, Engineering Institute for Brindell said all four associations had representative. ," he said accrediting
Food and Agricultural Sciences ((1FAS), and complied with these requirements and were If that happens, "we would be candidates association referring to the
American Bar Association, and the law schoolis
Health Center Faculty associations were now legally registered with the commission. Leadon said. in "
will have "separate our
formed in December in an effort to become THUS, all are eligible to attend the Jan. 14 He added that his association
the Jan. 14 meeting.AS Dr. Buford D. Thompson, president of the
recognized as separate bargaining! units. preliminary meeting in Tallahassee with representation at
PREVIOUSLY, the United Faculty of commission staff members. At that time unit A RESULT of the collective bargaininglaw IFAS Faculty Association agreed with
Florida (UFF) and American Association of size will be discussed prior to commission passed last spring "We think collective Quarles and Leadon in regard to reasons from

University Professors (AAUP) had submittedthe hearings which Brindell said would probably bargaining will inevitably take place,"Dr. breaking away from the larger bargainingunit.

necessary number of authorization cards begin before the end of January.The James C. Quarles, president of the UF Law .
He said the "unique missions" of
from faculty and professional staff membersof most prevalent reason given for seeing Faculty Association, said. are
"We would anticipate employes would vote "totally different from the other issues which
the nine state universities. status as separate collective bargaining units
UFF and AAUP were thus recognized as apart from the rest of the colleges in the SUS for representation by this association" affect the university faculty in general.! "

contenders for the right to represent faculty was budgetary concerns which were different Quarles said referring to the possible out Formation of the association stemmed
members of the State University System (SUS) from other schools. come of an election for faculty bargaining partially from a need to inform the faculty of
IFAS and to correct some of the misinformation
schools. representative.He
"To get the Board of Regents to recognizethis
However the four new groups took advantage college as having special needs" was the said the association was in the processof about collective bargaining according

of the collective bargaining statute reason cited by Dr. Bernard M. Leadon, preparing the 'draft of a petition to be to Thompson.

which allows other interested groups to intervene president of the UF Engineering Faculty
in the collective bargaining dispute. Association.

THE FOUR faculty associations had to LEADON said there were 30 or 40 HEW cautions
submit several statements to become members in his group."I against

registered with the commission, according to think there'll be more when people get
Cathy Brindell legal counsel for the Public back to school," he said.

Employes Relations Commission the five- With different budgetary concerns, Leadon 'reverse discrimination'By
member panel which handles collective said he was not sure statewide bargainingcould

bargaining disputes between public em- accomplish goals desired by faculty in

ployers and employes. his school. He said the association wants to

KAREN MEYER anything contradictory to what have been the

Alligator Staff Writer guidelines for affirmative action all along."

collective bargaining "However," Neville, an affirmative action
University and college presidents were told council member added, "with Peter Holmes'

I that affirmative action policies must not workas statement, the good faith effort and commitments

discrimination in reverse in a recent memo of the university are increasingly

from the Department of Health, Educationand important."

Welfare. Holmes' memo also clarified the

"The affirmative action process must not obligations of universities in recruitment and

operate to restrict consideration to minoritiesand job requirements, and gave examples of

women only," said the memo sent to acceptable affirmative action policies.An .

2,800 institutions from Peter Holmes directorof HEW policy "does not require that job

HEW's Office for Civil Rights. requirements be waived or lowered in order to

UF PRESIDENT Robert Q. Marston said attract women and minority candidates," the
he didn't think the memo "would change our memo stated.

wpw affirmative action plans." "Further, it requires that once valid job

"What it clearly does do," Marston said requirements are established, they must be

"is say that there can be no discrimination in applied equally to all candidates."
either direction."
Because educational institutions are '
recipients of federal funds they must comply -
groups eligiblefor with HEW and insure non-discrimination in

all aspects of employment. I-" r.1r.6' .....".-.;' '" .

UF EXECUTIVE Vice President Harold !fr. ..

bargaining electionsBy Hanson said"We don't intend to change our f F "" bf

policy one way or another.

"We want qualified people," Hanson said. .
Hanson, director of UF's affirmative action
There will not be any "binding decisions"
said the search for a new vice president for
Alligator Staff Writer rendered by any of the commissioners according
academic affairs has been
non discriminatory,
to Cathy Brindell, commission legal
and in line with
previous statements from
Two statewide faculty representativegroups counsel. Holmes.
officially became eligible to become "WE HOPE to proceed immediately"to set
collective bargaining agents over the up convenient times for formal hearings, doing what we've been 1
Christmas vacation period. Brindell said. doing because we thought it was the proper
thing to do,"
he said.
The United Faculty of Florida (UFF) "We want to arrange times when university
turned in authorization cards from over 30 people can attend" she said. Edna Sally founder of Gainesville's 41 .,

per cent of the professors and employes of the Brindell said she didn't know how long the National Organization for Women, said

State University System on Dec. 16. formal hearings would take, but that they Holmes'"memo is "really just a restatement of

AUTHORIZATION cards indicate only a should start sometime during January. equality, not a-setback. g
preference that the faculty be includedon "Equal consideration will not give them
the final election ballot.group ONE OF the key issues at the Jan. 14 equal access," she said.
Taiafussee! will be size of DOROTHY EDNA SAFFY
meeting NEVILLE, assistant dean for
However, it does not bind the signer to vote
for any specific representative in the election.On bargaining unit. academic affairs said the memo "has not said .founderof U F's NOW chapter
There might be one large unit, which would
Dec. 19 the American Association of
include all colleges'in the state's nine
University Professors (AAUP) became the ,

election second faculty ballot to group determine put on an the agent statewide for the tatives nine universities.universities."We from each There.of several could colleges also ,be within represen-the UC grad assistant funds may be cut IThe I

.state system. AAUP turned in 10 per cent of "
want the broadest possible unit, Dr.
the authorization cards to the Public Em-
Relations Commission. Norman Markel, statewide president of the funds available for University College, Most of the graduate assistants in UC are
ployes THE COMMISSION invited UFF said Friday. (UC) graduate assistants may be cut up to 85 verbally committed for the year and formally
representatives per cent for spring quarter, according,to
of these two group, as well as other DR. RON CARPENTER, vice chairman of Dean Bob Burton Brown. appointed quarter by' quarter. _
groups interested in participating in the AAUP-Florida. the AAUP group which is The graduate assistants "Only the firmest and oldest committmentswill
have been assured will haveto
be honored, Brown said. "We
collective bargaining process to a Jan. 14 spearheading the collective bargaining drive of their appointments? for winter "
meeting in Tallahassee.At throughout the state, said statements should not count them quarter but renege on others
that I f unit size will be of formal on for spring quarter, Brown said the problem of runding'js also
times al.counset t"t the'com- regarding "part a,. 1 Brown said. ., ,
mission"meet wltti representatives release." ", \ The winter J': Were!' iwaifzedf. ccomoanifAby a seeming lack of attrition or'little'ftWment
appointments other
informally in an effort to determine size of He said he "would not be one to jump the only recently because of the late of UF students to

bargaining units, when formal hearings of the gun" concerning AAUP position on unit: size. of funds to the departments reallocation universities..,,,
commission should be convened and other However he hinted the formal announcement Regents. Brown said he is by the Board of The increase in enrollment and lack

details' concerning who should be on' the would be "a statewide kind of a extra funds will for skeptical that any funds to pay extra assistants are serious
election ballot; statement." in the spring. come graduate., assistants :problems! ,pJ lch the state legislature must
deal with Brown said.

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Marston to announce


goals at inauguration

Finding Opportunities Contributing to Undergraduate Success
By GLORIA AKEL division and how to divide responsibilitieswith
Alligator Staff Writer urban-located colleges.The .
Remember those two fun-filled days you spent on suggestion of goals areas were,formed
Twelve preliminary goals identified as from responses to a 110-item questionnairesent
campus during the summer orientation'program? "problem areas" by,a goals task force were to students faculty, administrators,
drawn up Monday and will be submitted to legislators regents and the general public last
UF President Robert Q. Marston before his
Remember all the questions everyone had? This inauguration on Jan. 26. The goals questionnaire asked persons to

During his inaugural address Marston will indicate what they thought the present importance
summer can be your opportunity to participate in summarize the findings of the task force: was of certain goals areas at UF
students and faculty are interested in the (such as academics or personal freedom), and
academic areas, while regents and legislatorsare what they thought the importance should be.
program as a member of the FOCUS staff. concerned about getting enough for their MARSTON will deliver his inaugural
money. address during the convocation in the Florida
ACCORDING to Dr. Arthur J. Lewis, task Gym at 10 a.m.
The Office of Student force chairman, traditional goals of UF, suchas Classes at 10 and 1 11 J a.m. will be dismissedfor
Services will be hiring 20 students to
academics, scholarship and creativity, are the two-hour program, which'will be opento
work with the Summer Orientation Program, helping new not being contradicted. the public.A .
students and their parents acclimate themselves the "These(the J 12 goals) are areas where issuesare cutback in the inauguration budget,
University. Staff will be paid $400.00 plus room. likely to arise," Lewis said. ordered by Marston, has reduced the costs to
The J 12 goals as outlined by the committee approximately $3,000,16 J per cent of the cost
include decisions on which programs shouldbe of the originally planned $19,000 ceremony.
Applications are available in Room 129 Tigert and are due cut and which programs should be allowedto ACCORDING to Hugh' Cunningham, UF
Jon 10. For information call Rob Denson, 392-1278 grow in the future, whether admission to public information officer $600 to $700 will
UF should be selective or open, and how to be spent to rent caps and gowns for students
determine productivity and values of who will march in the processional.One .
programs. representative from each of the
TASK FORCE members also agreed UF student organizations on campus was invitedto
should be a "whole" university rather than a participate in the march. This is the first
complimentary institution to other Florida time at UF students will be' part of the
I universities, and that institutional autonomyis processional.A .
necessary for increasing efficiency. pre-inaugural concert Jan. 16 will be part
Other goals areas include deciding how of the Fourth Annual President's Festival of
"peaks of excellence" should be established, Music and will be preceeded by a receptionfor
if program funding would be better for UF out-of-town visitors.
than the current per credit hour funding, and GOV. REUBIN ASKEW, originally
how much resources should be put into scheduled to present greetings to the
research training to meet regional and president, will be replaced by Lt. Gov.,James
national priorities."We Williams.
need to open channels of com- Alumni Association President Andrew H.
munication between students, faculty and Hines Jr., university lecturer Dr. David M.
administrators based upon mutual trust," Chalmers and Student Body President Steve
Lewis said. Merryday will also present 'greetings.
mss THE COMMITTEE also discussed the At least 30 Florida senior and community
need for academic excellence in the lowerPRESIDENT college representatives, including all
presidents will be at the inauguration.


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Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary ed.
Webster's New World Dictionary of the American
Language Regular edition and Deluxe Color
The Random House College Dictionary 4x
Webster's New World Dictionary and Thesaurus 1 a An alternative to the $8 shuttle bus pass is
oftheAmerlcan Language being offered to UF students by Student
New Funk and Wagnalls Standard College Government according to Dan Lobeck SG
DictionaryThe secretary of consumer affairs.
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Lobeck said a list of more than 120 people

LanguageThe willing to sell their bus passes, "some for as
Larouse Illustrated International En low as$3." is available in the SG office on the
cyclopedia and Dictionary third floor of the J. Wayne Reitz Union.

..; Plus: Several editions In paperback Lobeck said SG will not handle the money
3"c transactions, but will just provide the op-

F. FOREIGN LANGUAGE DICTIONARIES, .. portunity. for the buyer and seller to get

ROBERT MARSTON list includes the seller's name and

.to summarize findings phone number.
1 The best from Cassell's Vox, Larousse, Oxford The bus pass exchange was used last
Harrap, McKay Langenscheidt, Simon& quarter and Lobeck said about 20 passes were
Schuster, Scribners, U. of Chicago, etc. Gould chairman sold but said he expects more success this

CAMPUS SHOP & BOOKSTORE time.Lobeck said the bus pass exchange was one
Dr Robert W. Gould, UF professor of step in his efforts to make bus pass purchases
materials science and engineering, has been \oluntary. '
LOCATED IN THE HUBSAT,9AM12N' selected co-chairman for the 1975 Denver X. A bus passis automatically included in the
ray Conference. $12 price for a campus parking decal. Lobeck
Gould whose recent work includes said the passes should be voluntary because
AYIAM-7PM' "Failure ,Analysis"=the use of X-rays to they are not always used by motorists, who
determine why a product or device might fail have to pay for them anyway..
to do its job said the conference will explore

the ',"analytical chemical an tructuraluses. ,
u To tel:' him, you love ,him of X-rays." Don't' ,sh'o'w'up
Along with the other co-chairman, Dr.Jack
Or say that you lied Sewkirk of the University of Denver, Gould The Student Senate will' not meet this
will be responsible for selecting the main Tuesday as originally scheduled. The first
:'!:; Use a Gator Ctesiftedl topics and papers to be presented at the meeting for winter quarter will be Jan. 14,at I(
: August conference. JO p.m.in Room 344L Wayne Keita Union. '

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I I'aW'
EDlTIllUALModel \ I

planJust "\ i

before Christmas, Florida's two U.S.

senators Lawton Chiles (D-FIa) and then Sen.-elect

Richard Stone handed the citizens of this state a

new year's promise of future federal district judges

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from of political obligation.The 1ir

two senators signed an agreement, at what l

may be considerable political expense to them

selves, to establish a Federal Judicial Selection

Commission believed to be the first of its kind. It .

may, and by all rights should, become a model.for y .

the countryThe \ ..."":
agreement, signed with James Urban, : j

president of the Florida Bar, launches a com '"''.. \
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mission that will actively seek out, screen and .. .... ... ..
examine the qualifications of applicants for each .... -
Federal judgeship vacancy. -... -
The commission, made up of three members '" '

selected by Chiles, three by Stone; and I :: ?l .tri'6 ....... .. il Ag

three picked by the Florida Bar, will be first usedto J

District select Judge a replacement D.L. Middlebrooks for Northern who resignedlast Florida The state of the union is. .

Julv 31.

The is both revolutionary and surprising .
concept For some unaccountable reason President Ford's advisors
since it flies in the face of a political have not yet asked me for help with the State of the Union

patronage system that has existed since the address. However, to show that there are no hard feelings. I BRIAN DONERLY
ratification of the U.S. Constitution. Federal am submitting the following realistic introduction to that

have been considered political speech:
judgeships MY FELLOW AMERICANS. ,the state of the union as you
plums by Senators, and a means of repaying know, is lousy. Those who cry out for simple solutions might want me to

political debts. There are. however, a number of imaginative, intelligent call for the abolition of these agencies.Two .
solutions to our problems available to your President. In things would happen immediately. First I would be
To fully appreciate the of the senators'move
scope these introductory remarks I intend to tell you why I am set upon by businessmen who have grown fat and happy
consider. for a moment the cost to Chiles and rejecting these solutions in favor of the hogwash I am under the wing of their regulatory agency.: Second, I would be

Stone. presenting.Our attacked by hordes of outraged liberals who have developedthe
Legally and theoretically Federal judgeships are major problem, as I've told you many times is in quaint notion that these agencies somehow protect he
filled by appointment from the President. But in flation. There are two major causes: inflation of the money consumer.
practice, under the unwritten laws of senatorial supply and huge budget deficits. WHO NEEDS all that aggravation? Not your President.
THE EASY solution would appear to be the balancing of Anyone who has picked up a paper in the last couple years
courtesy which allows a senator from the state in the budget and a halt to the inflation of the money supply. knows that there is an energy crunch. The problem is
which the vacancy has occurred to approve or However like my predecessor. I reject easy solutions. Let me essentially one of supply. There is not enough energy to meet

disapprove a presidential applicant, the real powerof tell you why. demand.It .
filling vacancies go, more often than not, to the There are other consequences of these policies besides an would seem that your President ought to do something
senators themselves. end to inflation. For example a slowdown in the supply of about increasing the supply of energy available the con
money would bring about a short-run increase in interest sumer. At a minimum, this would mean the deregulation of
When Chiles first the in
proposed plan, July
oil" stimulate
rates. the prices of natural gas and so-called "old to
1973, Sen. Edward Gurney, senior Florida senator Of course, interest rates would be lower in the long run but production.
and staunch supporter of then-President Richard I might be thrown out of office before they turned down. There is an unfortunate side effect to these moves: the oil

Nixon, wasn't about to share his influence with a Your President can not allow .that to happen. companies would make money.
junior senator and a Democrat to boot. Cutting the budget in equally impossible. As I told you in Now I realize that a large number of sensitive Americansare
my maiden speech, I am against boondoggles in Bug Tussle, deeply offended by the idea of oil companies making
And later, with Gurney on his out of office,
way Oklahoma other Democratic well
and. strongholds. Unfortunately money. I also realize that these Americans are extremely
Chiles could have quietly dropped the idea to the bills which finance these boondoggles also represented in Congress and the media.

retain himselft the right to choose at least every finance worthy projects in the districts of Republican THE LAST TIliNG I need is another demagogic speech

other vacancy in the state. congressmen.IF from Scoop Jackson about collaboration between the
Similarly, when Stone publicly supported the I STARTED vetoing bills like that the 1976 elections President and the oil barons. After all, the man is after my
would.make 1974 look like a Republican landslide. I
plan as a candidate he had nothing to lose and be able to walk and chew the job.As
gum at same time but I do know you can see, I am blocked by political considerationsfrom
much to gain in the way of publicity. better than that. proposing any rational solution to our problems. My
Having been elected, however Stone was in no Another blight on the economy is the alphabet soup of second best course of action would be to do nothing at all.
way obligated to honor what amounted to no more regulatory agencies. As the chairman of the Federal Trade Unfortunately Americans have been conditioned to expect
than a campaign promise. Commission noted recently "Much of today's regulatory leadership from their Presidents. So in the probably vain
machinery does little more than shelter producers from the hope that not too much harm is caused by it. I am proposingthe
That should first
a plan so revolutionary come normal competitive consequences of lassitude and inefficiency. following stutl"and nonsense
from Florida is ironic when consider ."
perhaps f
you )
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I I Oh where have all the hippies gone ?; : ; ..: ', I


mood.First,. .a little touch of Dylan in the night to set the my freak flag fly." 1 worked at being a nonconformist, force as they strafed innocent refugees in retaliation for
aligning myself with dissidents and leftists, and refused to Palestinian retaliation.
In a soldier's stance I aimed my handat pledge allegiance to the tlag. THE ENDS JUSTIFY the means, you see. If you can!
the mongrel dogs who teach, I WORKED ON Earth Day programs, fought with the accomplish good then you can do whatever you want, no
t fearing not I'd become my enemy school board, and took my first toke of what I matter how atrocious. Might makes right, as it has all
in the instant that I preach euphemistically called "that heathen devil weed" (I through history, and civilization, laws and justice be
couldn't bring myself to call it dope or pot-the movies in damned.
My existence led by confusion boats school showed me drugs were still too radical; the chanceof This I could not swallow. When the SLA used force to
mutiny from stern to bow. a flashback while I was cleaning a third-floor window extort food from Randolph Hearst I realized I really
Ah, but I was so much older then, shook me up). didn't stand on the side of the anarchists and
I'm younger than that now. I became a revolutionary, as time went on. A tame one, revolutionaries.
sure-I I threw no bombs, and hurled no rocks. I had come Many thoughts and ideals of my past I still believe with
Sweet. The prophet speaks of his past. So tell me, where in at the tail end of this movement, and the day of the every fiber of my being, and to many people I am still a
have all the hippies gone? Wherefore the flower children, college'riots were gone. radical, what those t few who still use the term call a
the activitists, the protestors and demonstrators, the young The thought of anarchy did not unduly upset me, the "hippie." .
crusaders of a bright new world? thought of governmental repression distressed me, and the But as I can now see, the hippie movement was gone
inconsistencies of groups like the Yippies and the SDS before I was aware of its existence, and I was just following _
bothered me only slightly.I the flickering embers of a dying flame.
DAVID KLEIN ENTERED UF with hair flowing down my back, gladto MY BROTIIER and his friends, three years younger
escape a secondary school system designed, I was sure, than me can't understand my 'motivations. To them
NEWS EDITORQUESTIONS to turn students into robots willing to obey all the corn hippies are a stereotype from a bygone era, flashing peace
mands of the authoritarian establishment. Now, I was a signs while stoned, drawling "Hey, man what's hap-
free college student, a card-carrying member of what was pening" to each other over the loud riffs of Hendrix's
ASKED and answered enough times to left of the young radicals. guitar.
make them trite cliches, sure, but still they keep niggling Now I experienced life in a dorm with other students '
around in the back.of my head, offering a different kind of with much greater experience and expertise in the world of '
answer. revolt and change. One wished to be a Merry Prankster, I
At I IS, four years ago, I watched with some puzzlementthe one had tried every drug known to humanity, or so it [[ OPINION )
phenomenon of Woodstock. I had lived a sheltered life, seemed, and one specialized in buying $300 bicycles,
and described myself as a "moderate." $2,000 stereos, and $50 champagne, and then ate dinner
By the time the National Guard murdered students at with everyone else because he had no money.As .
J 1 termed without I believe in the beginning, had 1 been old enough then, I
Kent State I had become what affectionately a a student responsibilities, my life went on.
; "liberal." My friends and I called each other radicals or The radicalism of the 1960's had become the terrorism of would have become famous in the movement while it was
!, reactionaries, and didn't know what we were doing. the 1970's. Letter bombs blew up in the face of innocent still honest, and not a movement at all.
So 1 let my hair grow long as 1 went through high school, people,the same innocent people slaughtered in airports, at But I would be older and disillusioned now, so I'll let
telling myself, like David Crosby, that I felt like "letting Olympic games, and goddammit, yes, by the Israeli air Mr. Zimmerman finish for me. .

Yes, my guard stood hard when abstract threats,
too noble to neglect,
deceived me into thinking I had something to protect.
LIF BEDS .2.5 It >

CHI J Good and bad, I defined these terms
quite clear, no doubt somehow. ,

t, '"
Ah, but I was so much older then,
'" I'm younger than that now.
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\ The great

F-15 breakIf

ride a bicycle around campus you are about as safe as '
a ,dune buggy in the Daytona 500.
A bike rider appears out of nowhere to whiz by you at 25
mph just missing your front tire. A huge cadillac whips by
'fiil.. "' leaving you less than a loot to drive in and then makes a right
hand turn without signalling. Another bicyclist ,coming
/ rVrT-*"* ** ,' straight toward you on the right side of the road. And a car
door opens just as you pass by. this is only between classes.
WHAT A COINCIDENCE/ / I GOT MY PhD After an entire day it's suicidal.
NINE TIMES hundreds of students
I, a day race across
t AT FLORIDA TOO. campus in the big "formu 1 15" ((15 minute break.)
Ten speeds are everywhere, all doing the same thing, at the
same time and sometimes even in the same place. They cross
the sidewalk, whip into the street, reach 25 mph in 10
Ask students about semesters seconds, dart down a narrow sidewalk, flash between two
persons on foot, speed up a ramp, and squeal the brakes as
they coast into a bike rack. surely these students are not in
Editor: The University of Florida, along with other state weeks of work each. that much of a hurry to get to their next classes.
schools appears headed for a change in its calendar year, from But, however you feel, let the right people know, becausethe The F-15 is equally dangerous if you walk to your classes.
the current quarter system to the semester system. Everyoneseems students are the only ones that will be affected by this Without warning, 20 bikes converge upon you as you cross an
to have decided that the switchover is the right move. decision. intersection You step out of a building and are attacked by a
U.F. President Marston. Education Commissioner Jay Eingold, 2UC convoy of cyclists. Or you bend over to reach for a copy of the
Turlington, and apparently the BOR have all given it their Alligator and Wham-Oh.
blessing. The only ones without an opinion are the students What makes getting around campus such a risk? Have you
and they either don't have one or are waiting to be asked. SG The Independent. ever seen a walk do not walk light on campus? How many
plans to investigate the matter and decide where it will standon stop signs have you counted along the sidewalks? When was
the proposed change, but who knows how long that will Florida Alligator the last time you saw a sign next to the sidewalk reading,
take. The semester system is planned to be incorporated into "Speed Radar Checked"?
UF by the beginning of the 1976.77 school year. Doug Dial Ron CunninghamEntertaInment IT ALL AMOUNTS to a failure to yield., We all assume
I, for one am against the idea.As a transfer student from a Editor Asocial Editor the other person will stop, or slow down, or move over first.
school Operated on semesters (Tulane), I feel that the quarter Very rarely does he or she yield. More often than not you. hear
system offers a greater variety of courses because of its three, George Kochonicc Jr. someone yell, "Comin through".
t terms. 'Students also have greater flexibility in taking any Photo Editor Without the F-15 the entire day might be a drag. let's add
t term off under the current system. but in the semester ForrerSports some more zest to campus life. Be the first to every class each
\ realistically there is only one.the summer. Also, the Greg Midi K.rnon day for one whole week. After all, what are you, a Richard

1 program final exams (although one more in number) only cover 9-11 Editor. . . Asit.. ...News. .Editor. . Petty or a Rodney Dangerfield?
weeks .of material, ,but the.twa sen*'ter.tinals.cover.}IS-I 8- Steve Rice 3JMThlnd.p.na.nt

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Asked To March anI

In I Inauguration I I Procession I at Important tht atlont Product Univmity Services Information by of to the Florida.eommunieit Division to i ttudtnti o1,1 oftCii.I aClllt1'ormrtisnl' ,I I

Presidents or other representatives ofthe Florida senior and community colleges day will bring greetings to the president
270 registered student organizationshave and UF deans and be followed by the during the ceremony.
been invited to participate in the faculty. Academic regalia will be fur- Also being extended a speclallnvitatlon -
academic procession for* the inauguration nished by the University and can be to attend the inauguration are
of Dr. Robert Q. Marston as picked up at the Campus Shop and University's more than 6,000 have Career been Pay FeeJSchedule
president Jan. 17.VicePresident. Bookstore next week. Service employees. They
attendance at the
for Student Affairs .The decision to invite students to be an (atittmiied to count
Arthur Sandeen has sent a letter to all the official part of the Inauguration Convoca- 9:30: to noon ceremony as work time.
organizations asking that they notify bis tion was made by the steering committee Second,third and fourth period classes
office by Jan. 13 whether or not they will following Dr. Marston's request that will be dismissed and the ceremony in
be represented. students play a major role in the Florida Gymnasium will be telecast by
WUFT Channel 5. Students who have not paid their
The students will march immediately ceremony. fees an u
behind representatives of at least 30 Student Body President Steve MerryffItI" Dr.Marston will be inaugurated as the firm. Course changes may be made wee d
seventh president since the establish- A special committee has made arranca e!
ment of the University of Florida in to cash checks by presentation of a wkte c
Gainesville in 1906. This means that fee card through the January 27 deadlin j
,, p inauguration ceremonies have happenedon Students may pay fees by mail(thevalk t
an average of only once in every student),through the drop box at the east n
decade. accounts at the HUB, which is open fra '
1, "Students and other members of the Students who have lost their fee cards
campus community should feel fortunate Accounts at the HUB.

that they happen to be on campus during Before paying fees, students should ca
a K3 the time of an inauguration," said errors. Students with 9 or more hours i.c
: .Z1b
T Executive Vice-President Harold Han- per-credit hour costs. Students taking lea l
son, chairman of the advisory committee. fee and receive full services of the Infin a
1, "We are most hopeful of filling the January 27 will be assessed a $25 lateEnrollment .
9w Gymnasium for this important occa-
Dr. Marston will outline goals and
aspirations -for the University. Other
participants will include Lt. Governor
James H. Williams, bringing greetings
from state government; Andrew H.
Hines Jr., bringing greetings from the
.. alumni; Dr. David M. Chalmers, brin- 27,000 Win'
ging greetings from the faculty, and

... Merryday. Board of Regents Chairman
Marshall Criser will preside and deliver
Registration Friday totaled 3,338, cau-
.the charge to Marston.
sing Registrar Vernon Voyles to revise
Should his prediction upward for winter quarter
Faculty Notify enrollment.

Previously, Voyles had predicted an
Inauguration IntentionsFaculty enrollment of 26,500, but he said Mondaythe
members and administratorswho figure will likely be above 27,000 by
have not already done so should the time final registration ends next
notify Marshall Earl G. Rodgers of their ,Monday.
Y intention to march in the Presidential Pre-registration during the fall term
/ Inauguration Procession. Notification for winter quarter numbered 24,000, but
should be through his office, telephone Voyles explained that not all of those will
; .' A 392-1823.
& Rodgers said the University Bookstorein
.Director of the Florida State Museum J.C. Dickinson works by small desk lamp as the HUB has a limited number of caps
part of the Museum's energy-saving efforts and "de-bulbing" campaign. and gowns still available for rent.
Applications For

I I Museum Slashes Utility CostsIt's FOCUS Accepted

too early to tell how much money Too Early To Tell Before the energy savings plan was Through Friday
was saved campus-wide by building begun at the Museum, electricity cost
shut-downs during the Christmas holiday $157.56 per day over a two-month period. Applications are being accepted
period, but energy savings measures in Campus-Wide Savingslights Reducing environmental control systemsto through Friday, for the 20 available
one building are already known to be 12 hours per day cut the average cost FOCUS positions on the 1975 student
paying off.Director. in many areas have been extin- to$88 per day and the latest reduction to 9 staff. .
J.C. Dickinson of the Florida guished,small desk lights are being usedin 912 FOCUS (Finding Opportunities Contributing
State Museum has notified his staff that areas where total room lighting is not hours per day to $82 per day. to Undergraduate Success) is the
their "superb efforts" saved 10 per cent demanded, hallway lighting has been Dickinson said that the temperature early registration program which has UF
and that savings up to 50 per cent are reduced to emergency lighting only, variation In the building has not been undergraduates assisting incoming
e restroom lights are burning only, when more than one degree and that increased freshmen with registration and other
At least 25 buildings that normally the rooms are in use and electricity to humidity has not been noticed by .University procedures and general cam-
would not have closed down during the refrigeration units in water fountains workers, nor has it done any harm to the pus familiarization.
holiday season were closed by shifting has been disconnected. Museum's valuable specimens. Following training sessions in the ,
work stations of employees. Conditioned Dickinson said that a daily meter Dickinson has been the first to respondto spring, FOCUS staff members.will work
air was shut down each day at 4:30: reading at the museum 18 days before the a call made to all deans and directors June through August, living on campus. 1
during the two-week period, custodial energy savings program went into effect responsible for buildings to do everything 'The staff members will receive$400,plus
work was performed only in the daytimeand showed an average daily consumption of possible to reduce energy consumption. their room and meals. .
buildings were locked up at 7 p.m. 6,400 kilowatt hours. Within five days The University faces a deficit of $1.5 Applications may be picked up in thes's'
.Officials at the Physical Plant division after de-bulbing, daily consumption was million in paying its electric bills because Office for Student Services, 124 Tigert '
said that meters would be read Mondayand reduced to an average of 5,800 kilowatt Legislature appropriated only at last Hall. Interviews for the position will ,
today and comparisons made with hours, a ten per cent reduction. year's rate level. Already expenditures begin January'13.livcrsity :
electrical and fuel costs for last month Then on December 17 a new plan to for operating capital equipment have t
and December of last year. The Univer- turn off conditioned air from 7 p jn. to 7 been halted University-wide and vacant }
sity faces a possible$1.5 million deficit in a.m. went into effect and electrical positions are not being filled to meet the i
the costs of electricity alone this fiscal consumption went down to 3,600 kilowatt utilities deficit and other deficits expec- ,1 i
year. hours,a whopping 44 per cent reduction. ted because of possible reduced 'state
A de-bulbJng campaign tat the museum Late In the month conditioned air was revenues. .It
began the money and energy savings shot down from 4:30 p.m. to 7 ..m. and The administration is taking every ,---r-
campaign at the museum. Up to half the savings of 48 per cent have been realixed. measure possible to avoid lay-offs. _tr If F111W1.I.isvi le

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W rsity 27 Special Interest Courses

not'It t' r" i!9t Offered During EveningsWhen


Twenty-seven non-credit special inter- casting and woodblock printmaking. The improve reading skills, and "GRE Math
est evening classes ranging from a studyof course in "Color Slide Photography Review." Other selfimprovementclasses
demons and witches to color slide covers composition, lighting, exposureand are "Human Potential Seminar"and
; photography will be offered this quarterby subject selection.For "Understanding Meditation and
the Division of Continuing Education. those whose concerns run to the Biofeedback."
Available for the artistically inclinedare condition of the world, the course Rounding out the potpourri are classesin
omplete classes in sculpture, aluminum sand schedule includes "Understanding the music, children's literature, gourmet
Evening News: The ContemporaryWorld entertaining on a budget,Florida history,
in Historical Perspective," "So genealogy, self-defense for women, car-
sir urged to wait until their schedules are Grievance Booklet cial Problems"and"Community Organization eer exploration for women and under-
w days through January 13. .'.' standing man's brain.
Tga eats with many Gainesville merchants Among the other classes this quarterare UF faculty and staff are entitled to
ink course schedule in lieu of a validated Mailed to FacultyThe "Be A Better Reader," Involving take the courses free providing there is
Odin for fee payment. diagnostic testing and exercises to room in the class.
ited fee card will be mailed back to the revised "Rules of Procedure
ast nd of the HUB,or in person at student aoverning Faculty Grievances" were
fai 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. weekdays. mailed to all UF faculty members in late Dream SelfAwarenessWorkshops
irds! may obtain replacements at Student December. The blue booklet contains all ,
current Board of Regents guidelines I

1 ca fully read fee cards, correcting any concerning faculty grievances. Open To All ..-fl
rs ould add the $10 health fee to their Faculty who have not received the
led than 9 hours may also pay the healthMary. grievance rules may pick up a copy of the
Students paying their fees after booklet at the reception area of the A "Dream Workshop" and "Turningon methods, including Gestalt therapy,
''e President's Office, 226 Tigert Hall. to Yourself: A Growth Experience"are Senoi dream education, dream interpre-
being offered to UF students by tation and psychodrama. The purpose of
Student Mental Health during the Winter the workshop is to translate the mes-
Collective Bargaining Quarter.The sages of dream life and integrate this
"Dream Workshop" will offer awareness into personal growth. The
may Exceed Notice InadvertentThe students the opportunity to explore their "Dream Workshop" will meet Thursday
dreams with others, using a variety of mornings 10:30: to 12:30 beginning. Jan-
uary 16."Turning.
University Digest in issue
Infirmary Slips on to Yourself: A GrowthExperience"
before the Christmas holidays inadver-
Quartershow will meet weekly and
1 er
carried small notice
tently a concerninga
No Longer IssuedThe explore a variety of approaches to
collective bargaining seminar being
increasing self-awareness and personal
conducted by an organization interestedin Office of Academic Affairs has growth. This workshop will be experiential -
up. Usually, he said, the "no- becoming the bargaining agent for issued a memorandum to all deans, in nature and explore the following
shows" and the late registrants just faculty.The directors and department chairmen, human potential methods: fantasy and
about balance out. notice in no way was intended to reminding them that since "Infirmary music, Gestalt awareness, art therapy,
The decrease in enrollment from the suggest an opinion about collective slips" are no longer issued, faculty are psychomotor therapy, primal therapy,
28,332 record high in the fall is normal. bargaining or which organizations shouldbe "therefore, to accept the student's non-verbal communication, sensory
The enrollment for the winter quarter, considered by any group of em- statement regarding absences resulting awakening, and others.This workshop is
1974, was 25,019. ployees.In from outpatient visits to the Infirmary." scheduled for Wednesdays, 2 to 5 p.m.
What is abnormal this quarter, Voylessaid the future the Digest will not publishany The memorandum notes that if a beginning January 15.
is the number who showed up for information about collective bar- faculty member doubts a student's
registration Friday. "It was well above gaining except that generated by official statement, he may telephone any of the Students interested in the workshops
the average number of accepted studentswho bodies of the Board of Regents, the Infirmary physicians who can confirm or should contact Bob Witchel or David
actually showed up for registration University of Florida or other appropriate deny whether or not an infirmary visit Panken, Student Mental Health Program
," he said.Fall. state agency. took place. 392-1171.

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In addition to the 1,254 who received University of Michigan, and Universityof ous, particularly toward those who are
at the Fall Quarter Commence- Florida President Robert Q. Marston, less able to protect themselves." He
ment Dec 14,principals at the ceremony center. Comparing higher education in warned that voluntarism uncontrolled in
included two who received distinguished China, where students are told who can the 'United States could become "neg
QuarterCommen'cement alumni awards, Alto Adams, Sr., left, go to school, what they can take and lectful of the welfare of large numbers of
and Ben Hill Griffin,Jr., right; where they can'work, with the United
doctorate degree recipient Rae Ono Wei- States, Fleming said."The real price of our people." Degrees awarded included
, second from left; Commencement freedom for an individual a deep and 772 bachelor's, 270 master's, 100 doctor-
I' mer, and honorary doctorate recipIent abiding concern for others, so that ates, 111 juris doctorates (law), and one
speaker Robben W.Fleming, president of the freedom is never irresponsible or call- medical degree. .

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CUnWekglty Pen Oft"ming u4nts. Series/ Registration for all workshop and lessons will take

place In Room 330 from 9:00: a.m. to 4:00 p.m., January
6 through January 16.
S SPONSORED BY THE REITZ UNION Students faculty and staff members and their spouses
AND STUDENT GOVERNMENT will have priority for lesson enrollment from January 6
through January 10. Only after this time will

registration be open to other persons.
Due to price and registration differentials it will be
Michael Lorimer Sun. Jan. 26 with
necessary that each person come to register

*J.Wayne Reitz Union announces the opening of its Minoru Nojima"Cinderella" Sun. Feb. 9 appropriate Identification.Enrollm.nt for Indivdual
classes Is limited and therefore, on a first come, first-
new Travel! Information Center as of January 13 1975. a
Available services are planned to Include charter Sat. Feb. 15 served basis. Persons may only register4orfhemselves.Because .
flights to Europe Issuance of International Student egistratlon for all workshops and lessons Is
Identification Cards and brochures and Information "The Night Thoreau limited, we must consider your decision to enroll final
about countries all over the world. by 4:00 p.m. the working day preceding the first
Spent In Jail" Sat. Feb. 15 scheduled( class. Refunds will be mad only under

Those persons wishing to purchase an International these circumstances. ___
Student Identification Cord will b* required to have a r ASTROLOGY I.- FIVE-STRING BANJO
small ((1V4 by 1 Y Inch) black and white photograph of GRECIAN FEAST I Thurs.Jan. 23-Mar 6 (Beginning)
themselves, $2.00 and proof of full time student 7:30-9:30: PJM.INSTRUCTOR Tues.Jan 21-Mar 4
enrollment at a junior college or university. These cards : 7:30-9:30 P.M.INSTRUCTOR .
will b* Issued on the premises. Dlkkl'Jo Mullen :

$10.00 Students Tom Morrissey
-r 15.00 Non-Students ) $10.00 Students
__ 15.00 Non-Students J

Please inquire in Room 330 of the Union: f for more r BRIDGE ) /
I Wed.Jan.22-Mar. 5 .'VE-STRING BANJO
details, or watch the Union ads in the Alligator. I
7:30-9:30: P.M. (Beginning)
INSTRUCTORIAdrian Thurs.Jan 23-Mar 6
Dovell 7:309:30: : P.M.INSTRUCTOR .

CONCERTSCHEDULE $10.00 Students ....) :
15.00 Non-Stud.nts Gall Gillesple
$10.00 Students

r BRIDGE 11 15.00 Non-Students j
I Thurs.Jan.23-Mar. 6 '_
: Wd.Jan.22-Mar.5
FEBRUARY 25 6:30: p.m. Adrian Dovell 5:00-7:00: : P.MINSTRUCTOR
$10.00 Students :
i 15.00 Non-Students ) James Nelson
....- $10.00 Students

January 2i Faculty Recital Series Sixth FLEA MARKETSPECIAL r BEGINNING CHESS $15.00 Non-Students .J
Program FLORIDA WOODWIND Tactics*Strategy
QUINTET Reitz Tues.Jan. 21-Mar.4
Union Ballroom 8:15: p.m. 7:309:30 P.M. r MIME:
SfMBlE, John S. Kitts, 1 10:00 Bast 7:>>9:30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR.
Director ReHz Union Ballroom, Sat. $10.00 Students :

8:15: p.m. j 15.00 Non-Student ....-J Sandy Scott
aem.March' .- "" 10.00 Students
February 4 Faculty Recital Series Seventh ,! i in / CROCHETING $15.00 Non-Students
Program JOHN S. KITTS + 4:00J I Wed.Jan 22Feb.. 26
Bassoon Reitz Union : 7:309:30 P.M.INSTRUCTOR r PAINTING:

Ballroom 8:15 p.m. a : I Thurs.. Jan. 23Mar..6
18 UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND Gary lame ; Alice Snyder 7:>>9:30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR.
Conductor 7.00 Students
Longford J :
Reitz Union Ballroom 10.00 Non-Students >
8:15: p.m. Bill Schaaf
/* DECOUPAGE $10.00 Students J
March 11 UNIVERSITY CHOIR John Grigsby | Mon Jan.20 27 and Feb. 3 $15.00 Non-Students
DirectorReitz 7:309:30: PM.INSTRUCTOR ..

Union Ballroom, 8:15: p.m. :
r DINNER Emily Steinberg
A complete schedule of all
Music Department Concerts $4.00 Students (CONTEMPORARY WITCHCRAFT.
Is available at the Music Department. THEATRE )
PROGRAM 6.00 Non-Students ... SORCERY +f MAGIC
r BEGINNING RUGCONSTRUC110N Tues.Jan.21. Mar. .4
I 7:>>9:30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR .
"The Mon.Jon 20-Mar 3 :
CREATIVE COOKERY ( Apple 7:30-9:30: P.M. DUkkl-Jo Mullen

INSTRUCTORSEleanor $10.00 Students

WORKSHOPSThis Tree" Lelghllter $15.00 Non-Students,_,)
Winter the demonstrations will be run weekly and Students )
will Include o variety of' dishes ranging from Inexpensive 15.00 Non-Students __ / GROW YOUR OWN (ORGANIC
practical meals to those you would only serve rCREA11va STITCHERY 1 GARDENING)
to discriminating guests. The workshops ant small, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24GAMES I W.d. Jan.22-Mar. 5 Tues.Jon. 21 Mar.4
Informal' and designed to stimulate participation and
7:3O-:3OP.M. 7:>>!:30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR .
build on understanding of cooking methods. Recipes . . O . . . . INSTRUCTOR
ore given to all persons attending: however, retervatlons :
are required as enrollment Is limited for each AREA : Eleanor Lelghllter Stan Pollock
session.Reservations may be mode by coiling 393-1659 $10.00 Student $10.00 Students
Monday through Wednesday of each week a workshopis CAMPUS TOURNAMENT ..15.1 GO Non Student __) $15.00 NonStudentsJf
: J
held. All sessions are free so be sure to make ,
reservations early in the week.All j GUITAR 1
I Mon.Jan. 20-Mar. 3
I workshops JANUARY 20 :
begin at 7:30 p.m. 71309:30 ENRICHMENT GROUP FOR
Jemiery Bitton 22-Fish'0 to Morrokesh prepared by Nancy INSTRUCTORSPeter fM. COUPlB

)emery 29 Oeuf 'a la Noveou (mushroom and OPEN TO STUDENTS tinhorn Thurs.Jan.23-Feb.27
eggs) prepared by Judy Jacobson $10.00 Student.JlOONonStudenti. 7:>>9:30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR .
Februery 0- Souerbroton (marinated beef. roost In ) :
sweet and sour touce) prepared by Marlon Freund Events are 14.1 (Straight), r GUITAR 1 ....- Ann Lynch.Cousellng
Febfvery 12-Motto Balls and Potato Koogle preparedby
Regina Plutsky I Wed.Jon 22-Mar 5 Psychologist
....." Mulligatawny Soup prepared by Kathy Snooker Bumper Pool 71309:30 PJM. $5.00 Student
Dlnaberg : INS1IUCTORITom (per couple)
February 24- Eggplant Parmesan prepared by John Monlssey $7.00 Non-Students
Chambers 3 Cushion Table Tennis $10.00 Students (per couple)
March S Assortment of' Sour-Dough goodies j
> ,. IS.00 Non-Student.)
prepared by Normo Sanderson \1'1 .
Bridge, Chess, Air Hockey : r GUITAR r YOGA
I Thurs.Jan 23-Mar ft Mon.Jon.20Mar..3
rl THUB. Jon 23'Mar'5oo7IooP.M. INSTRUCTOR:

: Bowling and Foosball. : INSTRUCTOR: $10.00 Randall Students2:304X Roff

Gall ClUe.le $15.00.n'' '
$10.00 Students : :
15.00 Non-Students ) J

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YOGA r MACRAME i New Paths' ForSelfDiscovery TICKETS

on.Jan.20-Mar. 3 j J ,Mon.Jon 13-Feb.3
7:309:30 P.M. 7:30-9:30: P.M. i i

Johnson Sara Nett Wood :
$10.00 Student I 16.11 Students I lounge 121 ft 122 1(
Jon. 15 .
: Understanding Your Sexual Self
X .
15.00 Non-Stud.nts 8.00 Non-Students J
Gus Newman, M.D., Psychiatrist =
Laura Newman M. Ed., .
YOGA r MACRAME e The Reitz Union tells advance tickets to Its movies on Friday'
Tuts. Jan. 21 -Mar 4 j r Mon. Feb. 10-Mar. 3' :U 22 Marriage counselorJan. ;; afternoons from 12:30: p.m.. 4 30 p.m. at the Union Box Office
10:00 A.M.-Noon 7:30-9:30 P.M.INSTRUCTOR Growth Through Gestalt Fantasy and (Second Floor J. Wayne Reitz Union)..At each Friday Presale
INSTRUCTORzRandol : m Dreams tickets will be available for shows that evening through the
Bob Witchel, Ed.D., Gc It
e .
Roffe Sora .
-N.tt Wood following Thursday evening.In
$10.00 Student I $6.00 Students w Jan. 29 How to Tell Someone What You Really ;; addition, the Box Office opens one-half hour before each
15.00 Non-Stud.nts X 8.CO Non-Student J Mean show (providing the show has not been sold out during the
Shot Graham Kosch, Ph.D., Clinical .. advance sale). At these times, tickets may be bought only for
YOGA r HANDBUILDING S Psychologist the show that is about to run.
TUeL Jan 21-Mar 4 J Tu... Jan. 14-Mar.4 j David Panken, Counseling In'em o No advance ticket may'be' purchased any.other time than
2:30-4:30 P.M.INSTRUCTOR 1:30-4:00 P.M.INSTRUaOR Cathy Owen M.S.W. Clinical Social during the advance sale.
: : : Worker : Inquiries regarding films may be directed to the Program
Kath RenchawliaOO Dorothy Sterling Feb. 5 Office ((392.1655)), Monday through Friday, 8:00: am.500:
Student I 20.00 Students J J Developing Enjoying Your Own p.m. or the Information Desk ((392-1649)) which Is open day
: :
15.00 Non.Stud.n..J 26.00 Non-Stud.nts _X Creativity and evenings.All .
: Steve Heyman M.A.. Psychology Intern : movie inSeries One will be in the Second Floor
YOGA r GROW YOUR OWN Feb. 12 Enriching Your Love RelationshipAnn .. Auditorium, J. Wayne Reitz Union. '
Wed.Jan 22-Mar 5 I J (ORGANIC GARDENING) : Q. Lynch Ed.D., Counseling : Series Two will be In the Medical Sciences Building

2:3O-A:3O M. Thur Jan.23-March 6 Psychologist : Auditorium.

INSTRUCTORzScart. 7:30-9:30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR : Tim Russell, Ed.S., Marriage Counselor UU
..Joh IOn$10.ooStuden" : Feb. 19 Stereotype and CommunicationJim :
J I Stan Pollack ;; Carter M.S.W., Clinical SocialWorker
15.00 Non-Stud.nts $10.00 Student J Feb. 26 Confrontation with Death and Rebirth .'
$15.00 Non-Stud.nts J Graham Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist) *
YOGA 1 ............ Kosch......a.U.U. WINTER
Thur Jan 23-Mar 4 "

10.ooA.M.-Naon I INSTRUCTOR j( CONSTRUCTION Tu...Jon. 14Mar.JEWELRY 4 Cast of Thousands!! QUARTER

Scarlet Johnson 7:309:30P.M.INSTRUCTOR: .
$10.00 Student* .J : FREE MOVIES
15.00 Non-Stud.nts X Undo Dorfy FILMS.SERIES .
18.00 Students J I,
YOGA 24.00 Non-Student J
Thun.Jan 23-March I II
S:00-7zooP.M. j r
Kath REnshaw Wed.Jan. 1 15-Mar 5 I 1
$10.00 Student I 9:00: 11:00 AJM.INSTRUCTOR J. Wayne Reitz Union
15.00 Non-Student_X : AuditoriumDELIVERANCE
Emelyn Palmer

YOGA 1100 Student J,
Thur*.Jan. 23-Mar* 24.00 Non-Stud.nts Jan. 9, 10 & 11 '

Randall Roffe j WEAVING
Wed.Jan.15-Mar.5 9 Jan. 16 17 & 18 THE PAPER CHASE
$10.00 Student*
15.00 Non-Student J 7:30-9:30P.M. Jan. 19 A MAN ESCAPED

YOGA 11 June Payn. i ic Jan. 22 NIGHTS OF CABIRIA
18.00 Student
Tve.Jan 21Mar 4 24.00 Non-Stud.nts J The Pride and the Passion I | Jan. 23, :24 & 25 THE WAY WE WERE
5.00 7.00P.M.
: :
INS1IuCTORzlanclailloffe 1 0 Jan. 26 ANTONIO DAS MORTES
Thur Jan. 16-Mar.6 Jan. 8-
$10.ooStud.n" I 8! Feb. 2mfob. TORLESS >

15.00 Non-Student.. J 9oo-11ooA.M.INSTRUCTOR: 1 I 4 THE KID and THE'IDLE CLASS iIoeb. /.

Undo Darty Taras Bulba 5 LA DOLCE VITA

f Tue YOGA.Jan.MEDITATION 21-Mar 4 SHOO Student .J, E | Feb. 6, 7 ft 8 THE LAST DETAIL
24.00 Non-Stud.nts IS THE WOLF
Feb. 9 HOUR
7:30-.io PoM.
INSTRUCTOR r HANDBUILDING 8 p.m. ,2nd Floor Feb. 12 ft 13 THE EMIGRANTSFeb.

Bhudara f Thur Jan. 16-Mar 6 FREE 14 ft 15 LAWRENCE OF ARABIA
$10.00 Students J 1:304:30 p.m.INSTRUCTOR s Feb. 16 ALPHAVILLE
15.00 Non-Stud.nts J
: Feb. 18 LIMELIGHTFeb.

HOME BARTENDING Dorothy 20.00 Student Sterling I 20, 21 ft 22 AMERICAN GRAFFITIFeb.

Fri.Jan 24-Feb. 21 26.00 Non-Stvdent. Xr 23 MEMORIES OF UNDERDEVELOPMENT _

INSTRUCTORalob Feb. 27, 28 ft March 1 SERPICO
$15.00 Students DRAWING: March 2 THRONE OF BLOOD

20.00 Non-Student f Thur Jan. 1e-Mar.6 I March 5 SATYRICON
Penan Having 2.00-4:30 p.m. March 6,7&8 LAST TANGO IN PARIS
Th.Course Will B| Not J ..
Allowed To Repeat.X 15.00 Student 1
20.00 Non-Stud.nts .X
APPRECIATIONThurs. Medical Sciences Building.
Jan 23-reb 20' r .udltorlum ,
7:00-8:3OP.M. j r Thur LOST WAX Jan.CASTING 1-Mor. .':, "
Bob Doucette 7:>> 9:30: p.m.
I "
20.00 Non-Stud.nts White MEDEA
18.00 Student Jan. 20 .
Person Having Already Taken 24.00 Non-Students .J Deliverance 'Jan. 27 REPULSION ... "'
the.. Course Will Not .. Allowed I '" Feb. :3 ;, IMAGES ". I
To Repeat. -." Director:John BoorrriSn_ : Feb., '10 STATE ,OF SIEGE .; .

IA, i.. J 1 FEb. 17 .. DON'T LOOK NOW w'Feb.
Jan 9. Thurs. 6:30, 9:30:

Jan 10,11- 3 BURN

Course Fri.-Sat. 5:00: 8:00: 1 11:00A :' March 10 ....THE. HIRELING. .
.. .' ...:. .) .:.....:.'i.
To .. ... -;- .
L.y" '.Arr At -' -; .. ..2ndtEloor / : SOc % ... Qfr3O4BOOOCX>C>BOQOCXy'>g>QPQQQO| <&OO<

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Entertainment highlights old, new I ISamuel

Johnson once said, WE ARE
I lucky here or a University production by Van Cliburn and Loggins and
I to public in
"I am a great friend Gainesville to get the Florida
not to Messina certainly
I a
for they keep
amusements quality entertainment
we do 'mention several
companiesthat substantial record in anyone'sbook.
from vice. in such
people a town. breeze
through town .
In a bustling town such 'as Theater productions
are occasionally.Fall The Longbranch Saloon
Gainesville one needs an constantly in whether
gear at
quarter brought us brought us Rick Roberts Ted
for tensions easily built the J
outlet Hippodrome,
atGainesville's several
highly successful playsin Nugent and Amboy Dukes
school work.
up from or Little Theater the area, such as "Dylan", and Pure Prairie League. In

"Waiting for Godot", and the future, owner, Jim Hines
"The White House Murder said the Longbranch will no

Case." longer feature big name talentor

THE MUSIC SCENE hereis rock bands., They will relyon

better than some larger acoustical music with L

cities. The large youth maybe an occasional rock

population naturally providesthe band.

impetus tor successful THE LONGBRANCH was

concerts. The success of the losing money on the big name S : .
Great Southern Music Hall, talent they booked, said
converted from Hogtown's Hines.

oldest movie theater, has SGP as of yet has only one ''
added to the increase in big act booked for winter

name talent coming to town. quarter Johnny Cash, '

Minnie Riperton made her according to Steve Block, 1SSi S
Columbia Record Company chairman of SGP. A date is S

debut here.Student. not yet available. S..

Government Great Southern has four

Productions (SGP) had a acts booked thus far:

successful quarter keeping us Richie Havens Jan. 10

r satiated with free quality Dave Brubeck Jan. 24
novies on the Plaza of the Eric Burdon -' Jan. 29

Americas and big name talentin Melissa Manchester --

the gym. Despite all the March 1
flak SGP received after the If this quarter's entertainment ft.

Eagles' cancellation, SGP ends up anythinglike
brought us a lot of talent suchas last quarter, we'll be in MINNIE RIPERTON
.brought to us by Student Government Productions America, Greg Allman, good shape. made herColumbia! Records debut at Great Southern

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What a rehearsal !IBy 1'c M < 1

ANDY COHEN Florida's basketball team entered a quiet and less than
Alligator Sports Writer half-filled Texas Christian arena with one thing in mind-to
(First of a three part aeries on Florida December road trip to play defense-and less than two hours later a somber TCU
Texas California and Hawaii.) squad had to agree.
The legendary UCLA coach Jonn Wooden said it best. FOR ALMOST NINE long'minutes in the second half, a
"A college basketball schedule is like a play.The Decembe determined Florida sqrid held its opponent without a single
Barnes are a dress rehearsal.Once you get into the conference field goal.By the time Texas Christian finally scored,with less
games in January and February, you're in the main event- than a minute remaining-the likes of Gene Shy, Chip
the show really begins. Williams and Norman Caldwell had already decided the
"And then if you're good enough after that, there's an game with their offensive output.
encore and that is when your play is a success." The win was a sweet one for Florida and a confused Texas 3a
WELL, the University of Florida's basketball team has fan somewhat agreed. "Those Florida Seminok have some 1 ,
concluded its toughest dress rehearsal ever. They finished it kind of defense,"yelled a dejected but realistic TCU fan.
r. A. with a dismal 3-6 record and hope that the calibre of competition When someone enlightened the fan and told him it wasn't
they faced will make them a better club. the Seminoles but the Gators,he responded,"Well,they havea
Texas Christian, Stanford, second-ranked Indiana, eighth. good defense too."
ranked Penn and San Jose State provided the grueling far The determination written all over the Gators' faces before .
west competition.The the game became a celebration afterwards.They had avengedan r. ,
Gators, coming off their most discouraging defeat of earlier defeat to Furman and now took their 3-2 record,
the season,an 86.65 trouncing by Furman Dec. 17,arrived at boarded this awesome plane called a 747 and aimed their
Fort Worth's airport a determined basketball team. sights at Stanford the tallest team in the country.
There was no joking, no partying, everybody was thinking They were a happy group of people clad in their familiar
about the business at hand-the Texas Christian University Orange and Blue, though only the Amazing Kreskin could
(TCU) basketball squad. have foretold they wouldn't smell that sweet aroma of victory
Coach John Lotz had decided to start.a. freshman, Bob again on their far west excursion.
Lindsay, against the TCU Horned Free: something he Their dress rehearsal had been proceeding according to
rarely does so early in the season.In additionrlie had returned schedule as they began their trip. They had two days to enjoy
Norman Caldwell to the starting five. the Texas Christian win before playing Stanford-it was ,>,
"I'm keyed up about the lineup changes," Lotz said at the indeed two of the nicest days of the season for the'Florida photo by george kochonlcc |Ir.
time. "It will really help us. The five players who show they basketball team.WednesdayStanford.
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I Track team stronger in field eventsBy j

Alligator Sports Writer Sharpe is expected to help out Lewis in the broad jump as his 24' 8" lifetime best speaks
for itself.

(Editor1 Note-This Is the first of a two part preview on the 1975 Gator track team.Today's WILL FREEMAN is quickly establishing himself.as another in a long line of UF pole
article(focuses on the field events.The second part will take an In-depth look at the running vaulting greats.In .
eventi.) his sophomore year, Freeman copped both the SEC indoor and outdoor championshipsand
Gator track his top vault of 16'8"is the third best in Gator history.
The main reason why teams have fallen short in the
,i final conference stan- "He's definitely among the top five in the nation" said pole vault coach Walter Welsch.
dings the last two years is poor showings in the field events.
Welsch also feels that newcomers Ed Kretschmer and Paul Lopez possess a great deal of
Last season was a prime example.At
the Southeastern Conference(SEC)indoor potential.
championships the Gators did not score a Kretschmer is a graduate of Oakland Community College in Michigan where he has
point in the high long or triple jump.But
vaulted 15' 6"
with the acquisition of Fletcher Lewis, in addition
to conference pole vault champ LOPEZ COMES out of Tampa Key High School and his most outstanding effort has been
Will Freeman,and a promising high jump duo,the tables might be turned in 1975.In 14' 9",
Lewis, Gator had coach Jimmy Carnes has
collared one of the nation's finest long "Kretschmer should be 16' 4" and Lopez should be around 15' 6" before the season is
jumpers. over," added Welsch.
WHILE AT Southern Nebraska Jr. College, the native Bohemian won the National Jr. "Our team is very outstanding and with the new pole that allows for more bend they'redoing
jump championship in both the LJoor
College long and outdoor seasons. "
things they've never done before said Welsch.
His finest leap of 26' %" is almost a foot and a half better than Ron |
Coleman's school
in 1970. COACH DON HESTER is quick to praise high jumpers Steve Ott and Ellis Miller. |
record "Our boys are as good as any of the SEC schools,"emphasized Hester.As .
Carnes also successfully recruited another national caliber jumper in Mike Sharpe. a freshman, Ott placed second in the SEC indoor carnival and during the outdoor
THE 18-YEAR-OLD stand out has represented Bermuda in many international meets campaign he cleared 7' %".
and his 52' 1"triple jump would rank him number one in Gator history.The .
present record of 50' 1 11'/:"was also set by Coleman in 1972. (See 'Track' page 18) \

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"STEVE -SHOULD- get belt, Hester expects the lanky The shot put team, con- ,, As taught by Maharislii Mahesh Vbgl, I
seven quite often," said ,. sophomore to be more sisting mainly of two talented .' '" WILL GIVE YOU:
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Hester. consistent. sophomores, should raise a ''"-1'' U '" Profound rest for the
Miller started oft slow but "ELLIS HAD problems few eyebrows during 1975. ,," p '
improved greatly during'the getting adjusted as a fresh- STANDING 6'3" tall, ;j ::'i\ body
season and captured fourth at man," Hester said, "but he's massive{ Mark Schrader tips Release stress,
the SEC outdoors with a leap coming along tine." the scales at 270 pounds and tension
of 6'11". Jamaican Clive Bariffe, although his freshman -s' \. A clearer, sharper
But Miller has jumpedseven with a lifetime best of 6'7" campaign was a bit disap .. mind
and with a year of sould provide some additional pointing, the 19-year-old has ?, a \ Increased efficiency
college experience under his strength in this event. tossed the shot 60'3'/i"' and skill
According to Carnes, satisfaction in
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Schrader's potential is i y family life,
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INTRAMURALSIntramural all rights, Bill Kovachshouldn't yourselfFREE
even be allowed to
step into the shot put ring. i TUESDAY JAN. 7
activities will be oil fast Winter AT 6'1" and 220 ,
to a start pounds :: 8 8 P.M. MCCARTY AUD.
Quarter with a wide range of activities being offered for all Kovach is a midget in his '. t WED. JAN. 8
concerned. All leagues are now signing up teams for specialty but Carnes said 8 P.M. SHANDS HOSPITAL
initial competition. Kovach's tireless determination RM H-611
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Open, Law, and Little Sisters Leagues are starting off size.. I INTERNATIONAL I MEDITATION I SOCIETY P.O. Box 12917, Phone 378.2742Rutherford's
basketball as their first activity. Men's Dormitory are Kovach was an upset
undertaking volleyball v ile Women's Dormitory, winner in the discus throw at
Faculty-Staff, and. Sorority will begin with bowling. last year's SEC outdoor
e Women's Independent has flag football as its first activity championships.The RufLtul
while the Student Wives start with Badminton. discus is more to his (
STUDENTS are encouraged to get their teams togetherand liking but Kobach's lifetime
sign up in the IM office (Room 229 Fla. Gym) or call best toss of 567"in the shot is
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THESE BEAUTIFUL t .::::. Alligator Staff WriterA

committee of the Councilof
IN ALL BIRTHSTONE I INSCRIBED Academic Deans is investigating
I; LJNDE SIMULATED DIA- j EXACTLY AS YOU WRITEIT. significance the of deteriorating honors and"

A GREAT I MOND-SET IN A BEAUTIFUL high honors awards made to
', Honors awards have been
'f/t/.''>, STONE FOR MEN I determined exclusively by
.';:' A SUPERB"VALUE" I grade point average, a 3.5 for
i'fy tm D.rqon o'Canabpn Company 11HERFF! JONES.. I "VALUE"M HERfF JONES honors and a 3.8 for high
Company ( fm Dyson 0'Camanon Co i|>.iny honors. Recently the per
I centage of students
graduating with honors has
risen to such a degree that the
significance of these awards is ,cr
RING DAY deteriorating, Dr. Gene
Hemp, UF interim assistantvice
TUESDAY president' for academic
affairs, told the council.
'. ., PROPOSALS under the
.... study include:
C shop & JAN. ,;". A program of special
campus ,p courses, completion of which
-. along with high grades is
bookstore : '
SB required for granting of
honors. (This system is
presently in effect in the
College of Arts and Sciences.)
Basing honors awards on
DORM class ranking with only the
top five or ten per cent

Raising the grade point
STUDENT SPECIAL average required tor honors.In .
other administrative

action, all departmental
evaluations scheduled for the
DELIVERED TO YOUR ROOM remainder of this year have
been cancelled except for the
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY special evaluation ,of
University College 'orderded
last fall by UF President
QTR Robert Q. Marston;
Hemp said the UC outside
evaluation team would visit
sometime in mid-February.

35 3 o ordered to save moneyon
,r Ccr s,suC' week d qtr. : operating expenses. Hemp
11 said.The _
search committee for a '
new vice president of
un I academic affairs is meeting'today
despite the hiring freeze.
January.6 to March 15 Hemp said "it is conceivable" '
that the hiring
freeze will extend to the vice
president level.
Dr. Glenna Carr, search
committee member said the
CALL CIRCULATION378.1416NOW hiring freeze might result in
an appointment of someone
from inside the UF com-
,Such an appointmentwould
be considered
YOU GET MORE IN THE SUN transfer and not a new
hiring, Carr said.

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