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I Exams sold six confessBy -





STUART EMMRICII the Honor Court now has the names of.75 confessed, but refused comment on whetherthe exams, and said the'highest known price of an
ADdKAREN students that were involved. Honor Court would ever use immunity to exam was $200.MARMISH .
MEYER "I'm not convinced there is just one central gain more information. SAID the "cheating ring" had
Alligator Staff Writers figure" at the top of the organization, said MARMISH estimated "more than 200 access to all departments in the business

Mannish."I students" may ultimately be involved in the college, but added ,"there were places you
Six students have confessed to the UF COULD,speculate seven," he said when cheating scandal which he said encompassedevery would be more likely to obtain an exam."
Honor Court that they participated in the asked for a rough estimate, but hastened to department in the business 'college. Denson said if the Honor Court investigation -
buying and selling of final exams fall quarter, add* the number is constantly changing with An investigation into "what looked like finds that students were involvedin

according to Atty., Gen., Paul Marmish. new information.The simple cheating incidents" has turned into organized cheating, and withdrew from
MARMISII SAID the six include students Honor Court was going to file formal something much larger and now involves both school to escape prosecution, "we can flag
from "all levels" of the cheating operation, charges against students sometime this week, the UF Office for Student Affairs and their records and hold up their transcripts" so

both fraternity and non-fraternity people. Mannish said, but added he didn't know yet University Police Department (UPD), they could not enter any other university. rte""We're
The investigation into alleged cheating in how many students would be charged. Marmish said.
the College of Business Administration was Marmish emphasized that no immunityhad Rob Denson, director of student conduct, afraid some students might think
"growing all the time," Marmish said, and been granted to the students who hadCheating said his office was provided with the names of they could withdraw and escape the whole
of the Honor Court.
the 75 students that may be involved and was process prosecution by
They have to understand the if
watching to see if any of them try to withdraw consequences
from UFoTHE they do withdraw. This thing is not going to
be ," Denson said.
NAMES of the 75 students and information forgotten ,
He emphasized that UF
although cannot
about the case.has also been turnedover
prevent a student from withdrawing from
to UPD for their investigation into
school, the student can be made aware of
possible criminal activity, according to
Denson. "how hard it would be to get back in."

"We are concerned about how they (the DENSON SAID he hadn't talked to any

students) got the exams, we still don't know students about the investigation yet, and was

XAMINATIO how they were obtained. The names and going to, wait until he had, more facts.
information were turned over to UPD to Robert Lanzillotti dean of the College of
investigate the possibility of breaking and Business Administration, said he had "no
entering to obtain the exams," Denson said. inkling" that the alleged cheating could have

BOOKLET Denson added UPD was also investigatingthe been so widespread as to include the entire
possibility of career service employes. suchas business college.
secretaries and maintenance people being "This sounds like a very serious situation.We .
involved. He said criminal charges could be don't know yet magnitude of it,"

\ filed against people who participated in the Lanzillotti said.LANZILLOTTI.
stealing of exams. said his college was goingto
UPD CHIEF Audie Shuler has refused work on new systems to improve test
r a
-
honor as comment on the investigation, but UPD security, but added, "as long as there are tests
On rny Public Information Officer Jim Shuler said a types people'will have access."
have
student 1 check of police records since October showed Denson agreed with Lanzillotti, and said he

I Floc\ ida n r there was no breaking and entering reports was concerned about the availability of testsbefore
gi"en from Matherly Hall, where the business the exam period.
:I neither on ,his college is located. "I'm not saying that there was any

; recei"ed.aid Although Marmish refused to discuss carelessness involved' in these cases, but some

. I:11 possible ways tests could be obtained, he safeguards can be taken to try and stop this
C.arninaHon. / emphasized it was a profitable business for from happening again," Denson said.
>
e of those involved.
some
t, ?h5 ;dj Mannish said more than $1,000 could have
g been made by a person who sold the stolen (See 'Cheating', page four)


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j Utility savings fall short .1



R

By TOM SIIRODER UF is counting on $340,000 from a
Alligator staff Writer university system reallocation to bring the

deficit down to the $560,000 figure, Greene
UF will only save $150,000 by eliminatingair said.Thus '

conditioning and by heating buildings only. far however, the money has not been
during morning hours. released, he said.
. The savings i is $100,000 short of an earlier The reallocation was made from a r

estimate which Director of UF's Physical university system utility reserve in December. ,

Plant Calvin Greene termed as. "overly, op- but no money has reached UF.
timistic."
THE UTILITY deficit is part of a UF
COUPLED' WITH a Florida Power rate
general education budget deficit of about
hike that will increase UF's monthly utility $870,000.Dr. ,
bill by six to seven cent-the reduced
per
Robert Bryan, UF vice president for
,
savings estimate.leaves UF $560,000 short of
academic affairs, said UF has done everything
this year's utility costs.
,
possible to make ends meet short of cutting
Florida Power will raise its meter rates bynearly
into salary
16 per cent on January 29. expenses.

The effect on UFs bill will be between six Chancellor of, the University System
and seven per cent each month or a $100,000 Robert Mautz asked Thursday for
increase through spring quarter, Greene said. authorization from the Board of Regents to
r ONLY $50,000 of the total UF utility bill seek relief from Florida Lt.. Governor Jim

will affect the general,education colleges. The Williams to enable state' universities to meet

I remainder'is paid out, of the J. Hillis Miller salary commitments.The .
'T a Health,,Center 'and; Institute for Food and Regents will consider Mautz's request
Agricultural Sciences budgets. in Orlando, on Feb. 3..
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Senate CIA probe setWASHINGTON



(UPI) The Senate formally of the panel's five republicans was announced earlier,
established an member special committee Monday to raised the prospect that Nixon's testimony might be
investigate alleged CIA intelligence gathering abuses-an needed. .
inquiry one prospective member said 'may require"I think one of the major undertakings of the committee
testimony from former President Richard M. Nixon. ought to be to call up the last surviving President to
The vote was 82 to 4 with Sens. Jesse Helms, R-N.C.; determine if the President of the United States knew what /i
William V., Scott R-Va.; Herman E. Talmadge D-Ga.; was going on," Baker said.
and Strom Thurmond, R-S.C., expressing the only opposition. BAKER, WHO gained national attention as vice
chairman of the Senate Watergate Committee, said he had /
BESIDES EXAMINING allegations the CIA illegally the "shuddering fear" that even the White House might
gathered information on thousands of American anti-war not have been aware of all the CIA's activities. '
dissidents, the committee is empowered to make a general As the Senate acted, President Ford's own CIA investigation
review of Central Intelligence Agency practices as well as commission questioned CIA Director William
those of the FBI and other government intelligence units. E. Colby. Colby refused to answer reporters' questions
Sen. Howard Baker, R-Tenn., whose selection to be one after the 3Vi hour closed session. J
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. U.S. trade deficit jumpsUPI I


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( )-The government said Monday the US trade deficitwas For the year, productivity declined 2.7 per cent, the first Commerce Secretary Frederick B., Dent said the trade
the second highest in this century ;and that annual annual drop since the government started keeping record. deficit was"disappointing but not unexpected." He said if the
productivity in the economy dropped for the first time on Analysts said investors ignored the bad economic news and cost of imported oil had not tripled, the United States would
record. instead found encouragement in a continuing decline in the have ended the year with a trade surplus of$14 bilion.
The trade deficit of S3 billion was caused by a tripled bill Prime Interest Rate, a favorable court ruling for IBM in a ALTHOUGII THE United States imported less oil,the cost
for imported oil bill,even though there was a 5 per cent cut (in court suit and signs the Ford Administration and the soared from 57.8 billion in 1973 to$24.6 billion in 1974.
the amount of oil imported. A trade deficit means the United Democratic Congress would resolve differences and agree on Overall the United States imported $101 billion in goodsin
States spent more for imported goods than it got in return for an anti-recession program. 1974, a 45 per cent increase over 1973 imports of $69.5
exported goods.IN THE DOW JONES index of 30 industrial stocks soared billion. Exports for 1974 were valued at $97.9 billion.up 38
A SEPARATE report, the bureau of labor statistics said 26.05 points to 692.66 and other indicators showed the price per cent from 1973 total of $70.8 billion.
non-farm productivity fell 5.1 per cent in October, Novemberand gains were widespread.Continuing One note of improvement in productivity appeared in the
December for the seventh consevutive quarter. It is the a trend begun Friday, several major banks manufacturing sector where output increased 0.6 per cent in
longest slide in productivity since such records were begun in dropped their interest rate for prime business loans to 9'/j the fourth quarter, compared with a 1.3 per cent decline in
1947. ppr cent from 9% per cent. the third quarter. .




tuesdoyy J. CENCLER Stock hits record I

/capsule Win Editor trading high



NEW YORK (UPI)-Prices soared on the New York Stock The spurt on Wall Street came despite unsettling news of a
Exchange Monday in'the heaviest trading day in the market's S3 billion U.S. trade deficit in 1974, the seond largest in thiscentury
Ford ready to compromiseWASHINGTON 183-year history. Lower interest reates and signs of govern and a decline in economic productivity of 2.7 per
ment action 'against recession spurred trading and prices. cent, the first'since records began.
(UPI) President Ford told Volume reached 32,130,000 shares, far ahead of the
BUT INVESTORS viewed in the Prime
the decline
Republican and Democratic Senators Monday he,was willingto 20,670,000 traded Friday and exceeding the last all-time highof steady
with his shares traded Interest Rate as a signal that business activity would pick up.
compromise Congress on economic-energy 31,730,000 Aug. 16,1971. The prior recordwas
program, Senate GOP leader Hugh Scott reported Monday. set in a five hour day while Monday's volume was Several major banks followed the trend begun Friday by Bank
Scott told reporters after an afternoon White House recorded in a six hour day. of American and First City National the two largest and
meeting that Ford is willing to compromise on such program THE FIRST HOUR turnover of 9,290,000 shares was the lowered their prime to 9Vi per cent from 9%per cent.

provisions as his executive order hiking fees on imported oil heaviest ever in that period. Investors also were encouraged by a federal court decision
by S3 a barrel in three months. Scott said the President might The Dow Jones Industrial Average which gained almost 22 favorable to IBM in an antitrust case brought by Telex Corp.
compromise on $2., points last week,rose 26.05 to 692.66 at the close. The surge in and by signs the Ford administration and the heavily
"The President said four or' five times he would be prices was widespread. Advances led declines by a 14-to-l Democratic Congress would resolve the differences and agreeon
delighted to compromise with Congress." margin, among the 1,800 issues crossing the tape. an anti-recession program.



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Suspecta-rrestedin stabbing death




} By JOE MORAN LOWNEY WAS arrested after Covell 36. weapon. Hart called to a passenger in his car McLendon said.
Alligator Staff Writer of Archer was fatally stabbed and Michael to lock the doors. AFTER KNOCKING on several doors in
The Alachua County Sheriffs department Hart, 27, of Gainesville was wounded in a The assailant then walked around the car the immediate area Lowney was arrested in
arrested a suspect Sunday night in connectionwith knifing at the Majik Market at 2216 SW and returned to the store. the Gatorwood complex at 10:46: p.m.
the stabbing death of Gerda Covell at a Archer Road.According IN THE STORE, he stabbed Covell in the ,McLendon said.McLendon .
convenience store three blocks from UF,. a to McLendon, the assault took neck. Two other customers kicked out the said no motive for the attack
department spokesman said. place as follows: store's plate glass window to escape. had been determined.The .
Thomas E. Lowney, 23, of St., Petersburg, As Hart approached the store after leavinghis After stabbing Covell, the attacker fled in attacker "just went berserk,"
was booked at the Alachua County Adult vehicle he was stabbed by a white male. the direction of Gatorwood Apartments, McLendon said. He said the suspect had not
Detention Center on charges of first degree HART FLED with the assailant in pursuit, across the street from the store. been connected with either of the victims.No .
murder and assault with intent to murder, until the attacker dropped his knife.; Sheriffs deputies were called to the scene robbery was attempted during the
according to Sheriffs Lt. Robert McLendon. As the attacker stopped to retrieve the at 6:54: p.m. and began an investigation attack, McLendon said.

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Marston leaves for DC;




looks l for extra funds : x 3riII


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Bj DEBBIE ERICKSON sored Research and various UF college deans
Alligator Staff Writer left for Washington D.C. to meet with Florida
congressional delegates.
Last year the United States government "THE ANNUAL trip is made to meet with
allocated approximately$20 million in federal Florida delegates in both the Senate and 5 5 .
grants and contracts to UF. Congress, to''receive advice from them on ,5 '
This morning UF Pres. Robert Q. Marston, programs that would be of interest to the '?'
representatives of the UF' division of Spon- University and to discuss programs we are t.'
interested in," Marston said.
S
"Currently UF ranks 36th among all of the S s $' 4
universities in the nation in attracting federal
contracts and grants" said Hugh Cun 44"g
., ningham UF public information officer.
"The federal government donates ap- S fY "
proximately 11 Vt per cent of all money grants
e a the UF receives," he said.
HAROLD HANSON, executive vice
president, said "It is very important that the
f
3$ yy 'utt sp,, iwx Florida ,delegates know where they can help
us and that we know where we can help d
oa them."
Marston says he does not anticipate any
decrease in the number of grants UF receives."I .
hope to get some long-range indication
about the various federal programs and what : > d:
.
4>U.. wi d the future will be like," Marston said.
"The main idea behind the trip is to keep
the people in Washington informed on whatwe
are doing and to let them know that it
would be in the nation's best interest to place
UF PRESIDENT ROBERT Q. MARSTON their research grants here." Hanson said..

.meets with Florida delegatesCourseteacher
.

ratings

photo by willlam vactert

suspended to cut costsBy Surfs up.

No waves? that's no problem for ride is a breeze, but heavy traffic and
swarms of UF skateboard' "hunks" who speeding cyclists at the base of the ramp
MIKE HORN summarizes the evaluation. Students use the zip at breakneck speeds down the wide make the ride's finish a potential wipe-
Alligator Staff Writer survey results prior to each registration and smooth ramp extending from the out.
The course-teacher evaluation program period. stadium entrances to Stadium Road. The
conducted by the Office of Academic Affairs Rick Nutter ODK president, said "This
will be temporarily halted after results of the helps the students select instructors who have
fall quarter evaluation are published. received "favorable evaluations in proceeding VP search narrows to 2611
According to Associate Dean of Academic quarters.
Affairs G. W. Hemp, "This temporary ODK WILL continue to publish evaluation.
suspension is part of the university's overall results from previous quarters. Only 26 candidates, are still being con- at our next meeting," he said. ,
cutback in spending for this fiscal year." Nutter said evaluation will'still 1 be helpful to sidered for the position of,UF Vice Presidentfor Dr. Glenna Carr a member of the come _
THE SURVEY is given to students in most students because an instructor who has,had Academic"AtTairs. mittee said the qualifications of the 26
UF courses at the end of each quarter. The good evaluations in the past is not likely to. The search committee first considered ,candidates had already been reviewed and
survey includes questions about the instructor change. "more than 200 names"when the search for a the committee would begin calling them in. for
course material and "academic The university-wide evaluation will be new vice president started according to interviews as soon as possible.
standing of the student. .suspended through next September, when it committee. member Dr Harold G. Moss. "The,criteria we will use in choosing the
The survey results are tabulated and copiesare will come up for financial review. The search started last October following new vice president have not been decided
sent to each college for use n the college's HEMP ADDED that even though the the promotion of now Executive Vice- yet" she sud..
annual_ instructor evaluation required by the university is not conducting the evaluation, President Harold Hanson from the. Academic' The following- people are still being considered -
Board of Regents. many of the colleges will l develop a system to Affairs position.ALTHOUGH. S } : Dorothy Arata, Robert G.- Arns,
Hemp said he could not estimate the exact evaluate their own instructors and courses. only 26 names remain"on the David Barry, Neal Berte, J. Ray Bowen, JohnC.
amount of the savings but the elimination of Dean John Paul Jones of the- College of list any committee member can "resurrect"the Briggs. Robert Bryan George H. Callcott,
the survey coupled with the other cutbacks in Journalism and Communications said a name of a candidate who was eliminated Thomas W. Cole Gordon 1. Goewey. and
the Other Personnel Services budget is possible alternative would be for each instructor during the recent screening process. Moss Samuel, F.-Hulbert., "
another attempt to cut the academic affairs to give out his own. evaluation said. Also ''being considered arl "Robert M.
oudge by "around $200,000" Hemp said. supplied by the' college. Committee members can also present a new Johnson Thomas F. Jones, Sigmund Koch,
THE MONEY will be used to help the The results would be reviewed by each name to the search committee which has Robert G. Landen, Durward Long. W. David r
financially-troubled graduate program he department chairman and results would be never been considered before.A Maxwell Chester J. McKee, Richard E.
added. given. to him. definite rocess has not yet been Wainerdi Arnold Grobman, Frederick A.
Omicron Delta Kappa ,(ODK), also "This is the way we* used to do evaluationsand determined for "narrowing the list down even King Jay L. Olivia, John Gerber, Michael
receives a copy of the quarterly survey. The I'm sure we wouldn't have any problems further" Moss said. Wahl Harvey B. Willard. and Judith
results are used in ODK's publication which going to this system." Jones said. "I ASSUME we will define the procedure Kovisars.



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HE SUGGESTED nickel candy bar. CON ::

professors wait until the last
down minute to before the typing sending pool exams and And where it went. o..0 producers as well as con-

then keep the ditto locked up. SIST
He also warned professorsnot sumerseachofushasalot

to use the same tests two about the
consecutive quarters. to say price of

Although the Honor Court I things wewantandneed
has stated that all but six

courses in the College of
ways get around to l fond recollections
Business Administration were of how far a dime or quarter or
involved in the cheating dollar "went" in the good old da>'s.

investigation, two department WHATEVER Funny, too.but none of us ever seemsto
chairmen said they had not really ask why, the dollar doesn'tgo
Beginning in the February, 1975 Reader's Digest: a new series
received from far Whatever
reports today. happened
any HAPPENEDTOTHE as
.professors of cheating in their -that amounts to a mini-course in today's economics. to that nickel candy bar? Why., in-

classes. "Thanks a lot!" you may say. "But I'd just as soon study Siberian deed, do prices go up'?
Irving Goffman, chairmanof rug-weaving as wade through economics." Why economics? Be. Too often we answer with a resigned

the economics department, cause no subject affects our daily lives more-and is understoodless. NICKEL sigh": "Evervthing's going up
said the Honor Court had these days. But that isn't always so.
of The prices of some things have gone
requested class rolls all the
fall undergraduate courses in One thing for sure, this is not going to be one of those put-you to- CANDY down: TV sets f for instance, and
the economics sleep economics courses. No boring theories or confusing ball-point pens (remember when we
Friday, but never department told him charts; no jargon-filled textbooks. Well be telling the story of BAR? paid $t.so for a few" other" one'?), toasters
and small
:a appliances.
how they had decided there our economic system in clear, human terms, illustrating it with -CrRMulua How quite do these
manage to run
was cheating in economics actual case histories and experiences gathered firsthand by the against the inflationary trend

courses last quarter."I Digest.If 1955 ? Kids To answer, let's first consider two

HAVE seen no you're concerned (and who isn't) with what's happening to about Davy basic ways to lower the price of :a I
evidence-nothing. I can't prices and to the economy-and why-better start boning up hats. Some product (barring the use of low imagine how they arrived at on these informative "lessons" appearing every month in The were worried f foreign labor to manufacture it out
that decision," Goffman said. the Business Roundtablean might go to side this country). One way is to
Digest. They're sponsored by
of Asian islands cheapen the product lower its quality.
Goffman said he had U.S. war over a couple
received no complaints from organization of 150 outstanding executives of leading called Quemoy and Matsu. The lat Hut this is a fatal device in a free

teachers or students that any companies.We est musical fad was something called market, consumers catch on quick
Economic "rock 'n' roll." A Chevrolet sedan ly. The other way is to maintain, the
cheating had occurred in call this series "Our
'lie14's cost $aooo. A nickel candy bar felt quality but cut the cost of manufacture.
final exams last System: You Make It Work.
quarter. I pretty hefty in your hand. If the product is soup cans, for
Ira chairman of
Horowitz
You'll call it fascinating. I ) Funny, but whenever you start instance: it means producing more
the management department, igest playing the nostalgia game, you al and better soup cans l for the time:
said he also Bad not receivedany

reports from professorswho
suspected cheating had
occurred.

Horowitz said he thoughtmost 2 3
of the professors in his

department had their exams ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENTtivityall
typed up in their offices and
not down at the typing pool."I and labor spent.That's what's called insulation inside hand tools. But this and related operating costs looked of us putting more in and
really don't think we improved productivity.Now would have added ten percent to certain to leave the company in an getting more out of our jobs-is of
have a problem here," wait a minute. Don't head manufacturing costs. Solution: Re- extremely difficult competitive po such crucial importance.Fortunately .
Horowitz said. for the exits.We're not talking about design of the tools, streamlining sition. But Ideal had a loyal and we don't have to run
men turning screws faster or run- assembly and standardizing many skilled work force. It elected to re- around tearing our hair out to solve
ning around with ladders and oil small parts so the same ones could main in Brooklyn. Says John Wen- the problem.Nor do we even have to
cans like characters in an old-time be used in different tools. Prices of zel, president of the company: "We learn productivity From books or lec-
Connection Lounge movie. We're simply consideringhow the safer tools remained the same. decided to gamble on our ability to tures. Indeed, that would be a sad
all of us here in America affect While such improved productivity engineer processes that would reduce estimation of the people of a nation
TONIGHT 9.12 the prices of things we buy through aid off in increased sales and our costs." In other words, the productivity whose history has been in a sense a
DRINKS & DOM. BEER 55 c the way we work. Just ponder, for pros, it has also paid off for em- of Ideal's managers, engi- history of productivity. For produc-
now playing example, what happens when a mix ployes. The company payroll in neers and workers kept their 1000 tivity is many things. It is the abilityof
BOBBY RAY ft COOLEY of technology, planning and worker 1958 was {14.5 million for 3800 em- jobs in Brooklyn. And the companyis a businessman to attract dollars
motivation spells high productivity. ployes. Last years payroll was thriving in its new plant. to build new plants and create new
3500 SW 13th St. manufacturers of hand-held $165.2 million for these
Major 20,700 employes.And Despite bynomeansisolated jobs. It derives from intensive research
power tools in Germany, Japan and look at the payoff for the con- examples, there is disturbing that gives us advanced tech-
Tto Indcfwndml Florida Alligator I Iso England have not been able to penetrate sumer: In 1958, Black & Decker's evidence that America is slipping nology. And productivity is also an
mumcolion publication. Incorporated of Campui a private Com-. the American market because basic electric drill for do-it-your into a productivity crisis. While our impulse.It's .
non-profit corporation N it publittwd high-quality American-made hand selfers cost $18.95. Now it costs productivity has historically grownat the impulse that helps a house-
fu'July.limos and AuguM wo My when onopt H'l during published June tools are competitively low in price. $1099. A standard jigsaw that sold' a healthy rate of about 3 percent wife organize her day to cook turkey
Mmi..wwVly' and during ttudontholiday One of the major forces behind this for $4450 in 1938 now costs ftr.gg. annually, in recent years the growth bake a pie, set the table, get
*and ram ported. Opinions situation is the Black & Decker And remember these has been
.upraucd in trio Independent price changes rate falling; last year we dressed and greet friends and relatives -
Alligator. are thoM of*..editor of.*. awrMen Manufacturing Co. of Towson, Md. occurred during a r6-year period had .no productivity gain at all. at the door at one o'clock. It's
the. Univemty of thh article of Florida and not the. thoM campvt of For the past 16 years sales of its which saw the U S.Consumer Price Too many American businesses have the impulse that makes diagonal
served by Independent/ Florida products have grown an astonishing Index rise 75.2 percent. been failing because they could not paths across vacant lots.
Alligator Independent Addreii correipondance Florida Alligator.laThe 17 percent a year, and during that But the productivity payoff can achieve the higher productivity that Think about it. How well did
'0. Boa 13266. Univanity Station.Calnetville. time the prices of many' of these also mean a lot more than new jobs would enable them to afford the you type that last report, repair that
.Florida Florida.'Alligator:32601 It The entered"Independent products have dropped steadily. and higher pay. Sometimes it spells higher wages and shorter hours demanded washing machine, tune up that en-
The secret? Better survival. Consider the 1000 em- of them. Others have hiked
at second dots moiter at the United company from gine, finish that blueprint? You
State Feet Offfc.. at Gainetville. ductivity. In part this comes ployes of the Ideal Corporation, a prices to pay the higher wages, witha have, we have, in our hands in ourselves -
Florida. 32601.Subsaipran rate it 120,00 per year the wise investment of funds in new maker of precision automotive parts, resultant loss of business to foreign the means to produce not just
or U.30 per quarter machines and advanced research.But in Brooklyn N. Y Saddled with an competition. Nine out of every cars and books and songs and bread,
through. Sulk.. subscriptions student government are provided for (he. beyond that. Black & Decker's old plant and rising costs, Ideal recently ten baseball mitts sold in this land but an entire way of life and economic
students of .the. University of Florida. management and workers constantly looked into building a modern of Babe Ruth and Henry Aaron are environment second to none.
The l Independent Florida Alligator set goals for themselves and plant in the Midwest. The move foreign-made. So are 19 out of every
reserves typographical the right tone to .f regulate all advertisements the meet them-not. necessarily by do- would vastly reduce the cost of trans- 20 motorcycles, one out of six cars. I For reprints, writes Reprint Editor The
and la revise. or hint ing things faster but by doing porting its products, and the cost of Since 1967, foreign industry has Prices IClder'.Digtss Heiumtrillc,N.Y.. 10570.
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will not far corslder advertisements adjustments of vastly improve safety from electrical plant in Brooklyn,on the other hand,
payment involving. typographical any error or shock doubling the thickness of, would run at least $zS a square foot, This message U prepared bythe editors of THe Reader1
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Museum lot barred to students .



By DEBBIE IBERT Singer wants the parking sign changed from "museum
Alligator Staff Writer visitors only" to "no student parking." Or as an alternative,

i.r -- he said, requiring museum visitors who park there to walk
into the UPD staton; for a pass.

Students may not park in the "museum visitors only" area, AS IT IS, "they're asking me to penalize students for a
JOHN even if they are legitimately visiting the museum. police problem," the Chief Justice said.
HUSTON'S The parking lot, at Newell Drive and Museum Road, is The discrepancy in the sign makes it difficult to enforce
reserved for area 32 decals and Florida State Museum parking regulations in that area, he said. Even students who

RAT visitors. park there all day can appeal tickets by claiming they were in
BECAUSE THE University Police Department has no way the museum.
of knowing which drivers are actually visiting the museum, "1 have to accept them at their word," Singer said.
UPD officers ticket all cars that don't have a visitor's pass or a Parking areas without signs also cause problems on
CITYis 32 decal, UPD Sgt. Richard M. White explained. Museum Road near Hume Hall, according to Singer. The
That includes student museum-goers who have any other street in front of Hume and fraternity houses is for the
decal on their cars. commuter ("C") decals/only.
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From 3:30: p.m. to 7:30: a.m. and on weekends it's fine, But there's no sign, he said, and any other sticker that
gutsgrittyrealismthatwilidefythe ..- White said, but "cars should be in their own decal area at all parks there gets ticket..
times during restricted hours." Singer also hears a lot of complaints about Village Drive,
TIGERT HALL also has visitor's parking which is not open the street that runs between the Holland Law Center and
passing of years!" : to students, he pointed out. Corry Village. Parking along that street is limited to "C"

-AdiuWmstr: ",If'Post The ticketing policy "discriminates against students who decals but there's no sign to indicate this,he said.
are really visiting the museum," UF Traffic Court Chief "If they don't want to put up more signs," Singer said,
COLUMBIA RASTAR PICTURES and Justice Bruce Singer said. "they ought to loosen up on ticketing in those places."
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By STEVE HALLAMand series of chutes in the outside net allows the
jellyfish to Christensen said.
LINDA WISNIEWSKI "Shrimp a
Alligator Staff Writers every hour

New trawling net designs currently being to shrimp.trawl
tested at the UF College of Engineering may their nets,"
lower seafood prices and cut fuel con Another
sumption.The beam trawl
nets could cut fishing boat fuel from both
comsumption by 20 per cent because of their THE
smaller "hydro-dynamic drag," according to unlike the
UF professor of civil engineering B.A. in and out

Christensen."THE NETS ARE more streamlined and operates the
offer less water resistance," enabling the (the otter )
boats to use less fuel, Christensen explained.More fishing net
fish could be caught if the size of the The net is
nets were increased, Christensen said. instead of
"However, an increase in size would not plained.
decrease fuel consumption because the larger
nets have a greater hydro-dynamic drag," he will
added. otter door
THE 0 COLLEGE of Engineering is "The TRAWL TESTING
currently testing several types of nets. the beam tested In the UF College of Engineering's"flume"
One net being tested is called the separater Christensen
trawler. It will be able to "solve the shrimp The nets Albert Hillier, a faculty member of the
fisherman's problem of jellyfish-getting stuckin University of Rhode Island, is designing the
thenet by separating the shrimp from the THE and the nets. Christensen said Hillier's nets are 25 per
jellyfish" Christensen said. eight feet in cent more efficient than most currently being
The separater trawler consists of two mesh Christensen said. used by trawler fishermen.
nets one inside the other he said. About The College of Engineering's testing
THE MESH NET with large holes on the through the in the program has received approximately $100,000
outside enables the shrimp and the jellyfishto direction of take the from the Sea Grant Program of the U.S.
enter the net. The inside net has small Fishermen in the Gulf Department of Commerce since its beginningin
holes which let the shrimp get through while a nets being 1973, he said.

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STREITS WINTER TUNE-UP SPECIALS panned by investigators I

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I parts & labor I Alligator Staff Writer English department chairman, Dr. Ward

I Hellstrom, "the program wastes a great deal

(with this ad) "If you think things are messed up around of badly-needed funds for something not even
L I here now," Dr. Gene Hemp, interim assistantvice planned yet. It most certainly leads to a lower
_____________________________ president for Academic Affairs warns, grade of education."

ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED "just wait'll this thing goes through." Project Chairman Dr. Michael DeCarlo,

SAME DAY SERVICE-PICK UP SERVICE AVAILABLE "This" Common Course Numbering and said he fails to see the worry because the

LET OUR FACTORY TRAINED EXPERTS TUNE YOUR HONDA RIGHT Description (CCN), a high priority con- decisions are being made under the work of

troversial plan to consolidate common the task forces, "in essence, by faculty

818 W. Ave. university and junior college programs and members themselves."
University
376.2637iIk4Jb courses statewide.AS Control over course offerings: Objectors

IT STANDS now, course types and point to threats of loss of curriculum and

levels vary. For example, a 300 level chemistrycourse instructor freedom.IN .
at UF may be listed as a 400 level
THE PAST, decisions to add or drop
course at Florida State University.
'
course offerings were determined by the
Reasons for grouping comparable coursesat
individual
a common level would be to facilitate university.
fear this would take much
transfer of credits, cut down on ad- Many process
longer if approval through the Common
ministrative confusion and save money. CCN
would also provide an inventory of Florida's Course Numbering Maintenance office was

42,800 University System courses. required.This .
j : restriction, claim, leadto
new many may
c1f The common course program officially
s irJneJ for statewide common textbooks and common
began in December 1971 with the approval of
ng the Florida Council of Presidents. college testing, an "assembly line" type of
education.
CURRENTLY, CCN has a temporary

status, and will expire at the end of the fiscal "COMMON COURSE stymies the growthof

year. Then a legislative hearing will determineif new classes and ideas in university

it is to attain permanent status. programs, and elimination of old ones," UF
b.lf kCarvec To accomplish the task of common- Executive Vice President Harold Hanson

numbering,twelve task forces were formed by explained. "I hardly think this centralized

university presidential appointments. Each system would improve the matter."

force represents various departments such as "Any way you look at it, it's a loss for

,. '. English and mathematics. Currently, task quality education," said University of South

.',.' .'.\ .r "' .. force members are expected to complete work Florida task member Dr. Francis Fabry.

a by June, 1975. "This assembly line process degrades a
i After that, a maintenance system would be democratic form of education. The student

set up to adjust and classify new courses and deserves more than one viewpoint."

drop others. '"How can they be responsive to what's

HOWEVER, many university ad- going on? Next you'll be seeing common
:- ministrators and faculty alike voice fears as to textbooks, common statewide tests, and

what the system could become. maybe standardized majors," said Hellstrom.
Task force members interviewed at UF,
4'S YET, De CARLO reaffirmed that common
Florida State University, University of South
would further than the
course go no name
Florida, and Miami-Dade Community dictates.
College cite four main against the
arguments
"We're aiming at flexibility. The object is
common numbering plan. not standardization. We just want to classify
\ These areas of objections concern lack of
i Jns those courses which are comparable, and of
research CCN its control
on potential over
course, there will be those that cannot be," he
course offerings at each university, com- said.
plications of transferring credits, and the
"Common threat to
course poses no a
? badly-needed funds spent in the project so
"'
far. 'controlling system, affirms CCN board
member Theodore Koshler. "Nationwide, we
LACK OF research: Except for the
will be the first to offer this efficient
very
work of the task forces themselves, objectorssay "
there have never been any studies done on step. .

possible side effects. KOSCHLER, also Vice President of Oc-

"The idea is new, and more or less radical, cupational Programs and Administrative .

and the danger is that to my knowledge there Services at Miami-Dade Community College,
has never been research done on any of the claims the system already is in effect at his

J implications of such a program," voiced FSU college, and that he has heard no objectionfrom

English task member Dr. Conrad Tanzy. "AllI faculty or administrators there.

I can see coming out of this is a lot of Better use of funds: Is the program
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The common complaint here was fear that Currently the program has been financed

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I Fishing nets tested at UF'conservetr wlerfuel: ....




By STEVE HALLAMand series of chutes in the outside net allows the
jellyfish to escape Christensen said.
LINDA WISNIEWSKI "Shrimp fishermen must empty their nets

Alligator Staff Writers every hour to separate the jellyfish from the ..
shrimp. With our net fishermen will be ableto IWR
New trawling net designs currently being trawl up to three hours before checking
tested at the UF College of Engineering may their nets" he said.

lower seafood prices and cut fuel con Another net the college is testing is the ....
sumption.The beam trawl net. It has one beam that spreads
nets could cut fishing boat fuel from both sides of the net Christensen said. '. .:'
comsumption by 20 per cent because of their THE BEAM enables the net to stay open, R ii':
smaller "hydro-dynamic drag," according to unlike the otter door trawl net which spreadsin ,.. '
UF professor of civil engineering B.A. and out in the water he said.
Christensen. Christensen explained the principle that
"THE NETS ARE more streamlined and operates the otter door trawl net as"two kites
offer less water resistence," enabling the (the otter doors) that spread apart with a "' '
boats to less fuel, Christensen \
use explained.More fishing net between them. ..
..c. <
fish could be caught if the size of the The net is constantly spreading in and out ;:: :

nets were increased, Christensen said. instead of staying open Christensen ex- >
"However an increase in size would not plained. .
decrease fuel consumption because the larger CHRISTENSEN SAID the beam trawl net
nets have a greater hydro-dynamic. drag," he will eventually replace "that old stand-by the I
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THE COLLEGE of Engineering is "The otter door trawl is not as efficient as TRAWL TESTING

currently testing several types of nets. the beam trawl because it uses more fuel," newly designed nets are tested in the UF College of Engineering's"flume1
One net being tested is called the separater Christensen said.
trawler. It will be able to "solve the shrimp The nets are being tested in the College of the side of the flume while instruments Albert Hillier, a faculty member of the
fisherman's problem of jellyfish-getting stuckin Engineering's "flume." measure the 'net's drag in the water. University of Rhode Island is designing the

thenet by separating the shrimp from the THE FLUME is a long tank 140 feet long, THE STRENGTH of the net and the nets. Christensen said Hillier's nets are 25 per
jellyfish" Christensen said. eight feet wide and about four feet deep, velocity around the net are also measured in cent more efficient than most currently being
The separater trawler consists of two mesh Christensen said. the college's hydrolic lab, Christensen said. used by trawler fishermen.The .
nets, one inside the other he said. About 18,000 gallons of water is pumped College of Engineering's testing
THE MESH NET with large holeson the through the tank to simulate the speed and After the nets have passed the tests in the program has received approximately $100,000
outside enables the shrimp and the jellyfishto direction bf the water in trawling conditions. flume, members of the testing team take the from the Sea Grant Program of the U.S.
enter the net. The inside net has small Fishermen and net designers can watch the nets out to "the clear water areas in the Gulf Department of Commerce since its beginning
holes which let the shrimp get through while a nets being tested through three windows on of Mexico. in 1973, he said.


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ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED "just, wait'll this thing goes through." Project Chairnnn Dr. Michael DeCarlo,

SAME DAY SERVICE-PICK UP SERVICE AVAILABLE "This" Common Course Numbering and said he fails to see the worry because the

LET OUR FACTORY TRAINED EXPERTS TUNE YOUR HONDA RIGHT Description (CCN), a high priority con decisions are being made under the work of
troversial plan to consolidate common the task forces "in essence, by faculty
university and junior college programs and members themselves."
818 W. University Ave. 376.2637'ilL4thAb' courses statewide. Control over course offerings: Objectors

AS IT STANDS now, course types and point to threats of loss of curriculum and

levels vary. For example, a 300 level chemistrycourse instructor freedom.IN .
at UF may be listed as a 400 level
THE PAST, decisions to add or drop
course at Florida State University.
course offerings were determined by the
Reasons for grouping comparable coursesat
a common level would be to facilitate individual university.
Many fear this process would take much
transfer of credits, cut down on administrative
if the Common
longer approval through
confusion and save money. CCN
would also provide an inventory of Florida's Course Numbering Maintenance office was

42,800 University System courses. required.This .
!j new restriction, many claim, may leadto y+-4
The
cifinq common course program officially
statewide textbooks and
9neJ for common common
e5 the began Florida in December Council 1971 of Presidents.with the approval of college education.testing, an "assembly line" type of

CURRENTLY, CCN has a temporary
status, and will expire at the end of the fiscal "COMMON COURSE stymies the growthof

year. Then a legislative hearing will determineif new classes and ideas in university

it is to attain permanent status. programs, and elimination of old ones," UF
6lj kCarved To accomplish the task of common- Executive Vice President Harold Hanson

numbering,twelve task forces were formed by explained. "I hardly think this centralized
university presidential appointments. Each system would improve the matter."

force represents various departments such as "Any way you look at it, it's a loss for
... English and mathematics. Currently, task quality education," said University of South
i force members are expected to complete work Florida task member Dr. Francis Fabry.

r by June, 1975. "This assembly line process degrades a
After that, a maintenance: system would be democratic form of education. The student
set up to adjust and classify new courses and deserves more than one viewpoint."

drop others. '"How can they be responsive to what's
HOWEVER, many university administrators going on? Next you'll be seeing common
and faculty alike voice fears as to textbooks, common statewide tests, and
what the system could become. maybe standardized majors," said Hellstrom.
Task force members interviewed at UF,
VET, DeCARLO reaffirmed that common
Florida State University, University of South
course would go no further than the name
Florida, and Miami-Dade Community dictates.
cite four main against the
College arguments
"We're aiming at flexibility. The object is
common numbering plan. not standardization. We just want,to classify
These areas of objections concern lack of
those courses which are comparable, and of
research on CCN. its potential control over
course,there will be those that cannot be," he
t* course offerings at each university, com said.
plications of transferring credits and the
"Common course poses no threat to a
badly-needed funds spent in the project so
'"
far. 'controlling system, affirms CCN board
member Theodore Koshler. "Nationwide
LACK OF research: Except for the we
will be the first to offer this efficient
very
work of the task forces themselves, objectorssay "
there have never been any studies done on step. ,

possible side effects. KOSCIILER, also Vice President of Occupational

"The idea is new, and more or less radical, Programs and Administrative .
and the danger is that to my knowledge there Services at Miami-Dade Community College,
has never been research done on any of the claims: the system already is in effect at his
implications of such a program," voiced FSU college, and that he has heard no objection
English task member Dr. Conrad Tanzy. "All from faculty or administrators there.

1 can see coming out of this is a lot of Better use of funds: Is the program
bureaucratic nonsense." worth it?

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EDITORIAL .

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PatronagePolitical

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patronage in the selection of federal
judges will remain the rule in Florida if

Republican State Chairman William Taylor has

anything to say about it.
And Taylor is taking his say all the way to the / /yy

top, urging President Ford to reject a proposal by
U.S. Sens. Lawton Chiles and Richard Stone to

have a bipartisan nominating commission ,,
/
recommend judges for presidential appointment.
Presidential appointment of federal judges has

traditionally been based on an archaic custom
called "senatorial courtesy." A senator of the

President's own party must give his blessing to ..

appointees from his state. Senators have prized ;,. y

this arrangement as a means of paying back THERE THEY GO JA\IH'! IF THEY WttlPNT TREAT TH6 CttWUCS UKE SECOND[ CUSS OTKN .IWNSS WOP Sf LErrEI"!?
political debts.
Taylor criticizes commission plan because he

says it does not eliminate political patronage, but Tale of the too-nice cop
merely shifts the balance of power to the _

Democrats.It's .
true that under the plan Chiles and Stone The man who was too nice to be a cop was in the news last

appoint three commission members each. But week.
His name is Henry Murren and he was a member of the
DONERLYconstitutional ]
another three the Florida Bar. [r BRIAN )
are appointed by police force of Capitola, Calif. He was sacked for being too
And the commission's chairman is Earl B. nice.

Hadlow, a Republican. HE SMILED at everyone, fixed flat tires, refused to write
Remember too that Chiles originally proposedthe out marginal tickets, and drove drunks home instead of safeguards meaning by restricting the police
arresting them. Hundreds of letters poured into the city of
with rules.
plan when his colleague, was not Stone but
Edward Gurney. Gurney, who left office under the Capitola praising Murren.It But does this accomplish aaything? Take two of the most
all went for naught. Murren almost never arrested
famous rules as examples: the Miranda, warning and the
cloud of indictment, rejected the idea. anyone("I didn't enjoy locking people up"). And what good is exclusion of illegally obtained evidence from tria s.
The commission plan has the support of Florida ,a cop who doesn't arrest people. So he was fired.It A recent study has shown that the police give the Miranda
Bar President James Urban. While still susceptibleto would seem Mr. Murren is an exceptional fellow. Not warning about 50 per cent of the time. Naturally, the studywas
political influences, the commission plan is a simply because he was a nice guy who joined a police force.That's conducted with law professors peering over the
no doubt quite common. shoulders. How often do think the is
vast improvement over the senatorial courtesy policemen's you warning
system. MURREN IS exceptional because he did not succumb to given when no one is looking?
AS FOR THE exclusion of evidence take the following
institutional He did co'nform.
the not
But from the way William Taylor is acting, heavy pressure.
Since the job of law enforcement is within the province of example: A cop comes up to you and grabs an envelope full
you'd wonder whether he realizes his is the party of the state, political considerations determine what is requiredof of dope from your pocket. This can't be used at your trial,
Richard Nixon. Or maybe he does. a'policeman. And what is required is a good arrest record. right?
Ultimately,elected officials are going to be held responsiblefor Wrong. The cop will testify that as he was walking up to
the conduct of the policeman. Can a sheriff or mayor cite you, the envelope fell miraculously to the ground. He picked it
the number of changed tires or friendly greetings to the up (to be nice), but immediately recognized the odor. (he's an
electorate at election time? expert). The police call this the (dropsy routine.
Another problem with the exclusionary rule is that it only
Three to oneAn NO WAY. He wants to tell people about the number of helps out those who go to trial, a rather small percentage of
arrests his police have made. This pressure will make itself the people who have contact with the' police. Ask yourself
felt throughout the system. If a policeman is looking for a whether it is any aid to the Giglottos'and Askews of Collin-_
innovative bit of social mathematics by a promotion, he isn't going to tell his superiors about the tire he' sville, III.Those .
freshman state representative is designed to-make changed today. Promotions and brownie points stem from are two families whose homes were broken into and
arrests. sacked by agents of the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous
sure political corruption is a bad investment as Naturally, the pressure leads to a certain disregard for the Thugs. After the government goons were finished, they
well as a crime. procedural niceties. An abstraction like the Bill of Rights is a realized that they had the wrong houses.IN .
State Rep. Barry Richard, D-Dade, has pre- frail shield against these institutional pressures.So PRACTICE,then,these safeguards turn out to be worth
filed a bill that could subject office holders who how do politicians react to this situation? less than one might wish. This is not to deprecate them or
abuse the public's trust to financial damages three The conservatives, for the most part, don't worry about it. urge their demise. In the world as it exists, they are in
They after all, dress neatly and drive cars sporting "SupportYour dispensable. If do what did in
government goons can they
times the amount they gain by their mischeif.To .
Local Police" bumper stickers. This tends to isolate Collinsville while "shackled" by these rules, what would they
be liable for the damages an official doesn't them from unfriendly contact with the police. do without them?
have to be convicted of a criminal offense. If a LIBERALS, on the other hand, worry about such things. Nevertheless, it seems that there must be something better.
charge of malfeasance is upheld in a civil suit, the They respond, as usual with reformism. They try to give the For that "something better," tune in tomorrow.

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triple damages are levied. I
The bill also applies to persons found in a civil

suit to have aided office holders in their The Independent David Smith Tern wood

corruption.On Editor-ln-chlef Managing Editor
the same front, Richard has authored Florida Alligatorall
legislation drastically increasing the penalties for

bribing a public official.He Um,llCfiW
David Klein Donna Brugman Brian Jones
would make such bribery a first degree
a 2 News Editor Layout Editor 'LayoU" Editor
felony punishable by up to 30 years in jail and a
$10,000 fine. Presently the crime is only a third RA"Tony" t<.ndzlor..... ..... ... .... ...r.. ...... ... ...... ..... General Manager
Jom.s V.Cook .... .. ....... ......... .......... .;.......Asall1ant General 1 Manager Published by
degree felony with penalties up to 5 years in jail Mrs. Evelyn hit ..... .. .. .. ........ ... ...". .. .,. ...... ... ...Administrative Assistant
and $5.000 fine. Anne Malphurs'.. .. .. ... .... .. .. ....... .... ..... .... ... .. .. .... .. ..:..800kkHper Campus Communications Inc.
We think both bills are positive steps toward C.Roy Shipp ...... ........ ..... .. ........ .\. ...... ..... ..... .Bulin...Manager
Tom MacNomaro ... ... ...... .. .......................,.... ....... ....Accountant P.O. Box 13266 UniversityStation
combating political corruption that seems to have Ray McG.. Jr. .. ., .. ..::'.{:'.-;ft::'; J.'NV.' Ir'n f\t.\; ...... ul.l.: .Advertising Manager Gainesville, Florida with
reached epidemic proportions. We hope State Donna Lubrano ... ... ,f:.i; 1 r. i.';;... ......., ....... ... ...Advertising Coordinator 'offices behind the College Inn.
Sens. Bob Saunders and Kenneth MacKay, and May Harper .. .:;. ................ ...... ..'. ........Sp.clal Sections Coordinator 1m.W.It.Unlve..ty. Avenue.
Lynda Homl.r.... .................. ...... .. .......... .Adv.rtillng Production Manager Business Office phone: 3764446.
Reps. Bill Andrews and Sid Martin agree. Diana Snyder .. .. .. ...,.... ..........,. .............. ....editorial Production Manager Editorial Department: 376-4458.
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Ii Cookies in a crisis WMMMM I We're doing' our job .aren't we? I IUF



had a hand in the cookie jar when

the roof fell in. TOM SIIRODER EDITOR: I must congratulate you on the local merchants are reluctant to accept out of
The cookie jar was filled with 600 freshmen excellent job your publication is doing in its town checks and hence some students are
Up admitted in defiance: of a regents- ever-increasing efforts to inform the hard-pressed for funds when the student
imposed enrollment limit. University body on important local events. depository is closed. Most bad checks passedin
THE ROOF fell in because there are no The real causes of UF's financial, crisis The Alligator certainly fulfills its function Gainesville are not written by students but
jobs and not enough dollars in,the state make that $10,000 look like crumbs. par excellence. by local residents. The resulting consequences .. .
treasury. Rising fuel costs resulted in a $1 The article by Tom Shroder "UF library are that all, residents and nonresidentsalike
Some people notably the GainesvilleSun million utility deficit left unfunded by the funds" was very informative but did not are penalized by the inappropriateactions
and Sheri Dalton of the Graduate legislature. deserve front page attention. The story of others. We should air back our local
Student Union have charged that stealing The state could not afford to pay written by L. Golay "Total woman" was merchants and the Chamber of Commerce,
cookies brought the roof down.It $250,000 of what it cost to educate a fascinating; however, the age of woman's Gainesville Area, in their attempt to remedythis
didn't. It just made it more embarrassing legitimate increase often to 15 per cent in liberation is (unfortunately) upon us. situation before the point is reached
when the plaster began to fall. undergraduate transfer students. The first page was catastrophic as far as where existing trust enjoyed by the com-
THE SUN said UF lost $750,000 in state FINALLY, UF has to cut $1.7 million lay-out was concerned. Further back in the munity deteriorates completely.It .
money for admitting 600 students over a out of its already strained budget to help paper, one stumbles across stories concerning is sincerely hoped that The Alligator will
2,900 first-time-in-college limit. the state pay off a $120 million overinflation rates, financial aid requirements, do its part in contributing to the well-being of
The fact is UF received 100 per cent of allocation. UF's affirmative action plan and the possible the community at large. As the only paper
allocations available for first time In a normal year the UF college of,Arts UFF election. The 'Gator was and is well many students have the opportunity to read
students. There was no way they could and Sciences uses an $86,000 surplus in planned. (particularly those residing in dorms), the
have received any more. operating capital to pay for ,additional The Alligator should consider carrying publication must begin to strive toward some
graduate students. stories that could possibly have an effect on degree of maturity and hopefully the front
Only this is no normal year. The state all of its faculty and student body. Consider page will be treated in a manner equal to its
ANALYSISHowever fell short $200 million in tax earnings and the following as an example. Many students importance.
is still falling. hail from areas other than Alachua County
UF could have had that same The $10,000 indiscretion became part of and most pay their expenses by check. Manya Ben E. Clinger.
100 per cent allocation with 600 fewer $3.4 million dollar deficit.IT :
:students. ti I u' the last amount that leaves OF
Here there is room for criticism, but with $720,000 more to cut and no one to
only in terms of two extra students in each cut for it except employes, graduate ADVICE & DISSENT
University College'' class, and services students, faculty and somewhat less often '. '

slightly strained by an additional two mentioned, administrators themselves. :".(. .:
students at the end of a line already one Whether Harold Hanson didn't have the y
hundred students' long, not in terms of heart to turn qualified freshman away .. r..: \4
mass layoffs of UF personnel. from their chosen university as he says, or I. ; \,
THERE IS a dollar cost for UFs indiscretion was trying to impress student-starved "'
but it is no more than $10,000 University of Indiana into offering him its ,:,; /.' : .' ;:'
for two extra part-time graduate studentsand presidency is a moot point. .';,, I' ,
six extra UC sections to serve 600 In any case, six hundred extra students i
surplus freshmen. are just cookies in UF's financial crisis. ".
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EDITOR I am not going to air conditioning and heating criteria. Aside from causing
quote any platitudes or systems are definitely most windows throughout
maxims. What I am going; to elements which can be cut campus to be nailed shut,
do is state some facts and down on. But just as certainis other beneficial results will
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attempt to follow them to the fact that this should be most definitely accrue. i
their logical conclusion. done in buildings that have What do you say, Ad- -
Fact No.1 I : This windows which can be openedto ministration? Do we begin : .
University, like everyone else the fresh air. This requestis divesting ourselves or will
today is in an economic bind. not meant to impose any someone at least look into the
Areas must be sought in sort of hierarchy or preference matter of unbearability, not r
which to cut back main- system as to who gets air to mention an obvious health
tenance costs. conditioning and who doesn't.As hazard, in buildings without nramo> ..,. '' "
Fact No. 2: The University I understand the present any means of ventilation? ,', .1 .,

has seen fit to greatly curtailits system, certain buildings are Steve Sommers 2LW
air conditioning and already exempt from
heating systems. (I prefer to "Operation Non-ventilate." I ( ,
call them ventilation systems.) urge those in charge of this of Them
Fact No. 3: Many of the operation to come to the Law He was really one
new educational structures Center and spend an evening
built during the booming attempting to get some work
sixties were built without any done, as you continually mop He was lecturing on the biggest cover-up since we found out ever got hold of her, she would keep it a secret of the universetoo.
possible means of external the sweat from your brow. Gerald Ford doesn't really butter his own toast every mor- I don't know about all that but I do understand one
ventilation. It was quite Certainly there aren't many ning. thing. Everybody knows that God isn't from outer space, He's
logical during our more buildings in this predicament, The C.I.A. is involved and so is the military establishment.Past from heaven.
prosperous times to assume and it wouldn't cost that presidents have tried to pass it off as a 3rd rate U.F.O. The speaker recommended setting up a landing zone for
that structures built without much to re-ventilate them. invasion on the planet earth. Nothing that any common U.F.O. sin New Mexico. Most people agreed because New
windows would be ventilated Heaven help us. It's below 60 citizen should be concerned with. Mexico is a long way from here. But I think that the Indians
internally. Conclusion: 'degrees outside, and inside it I listened to him as he described little men from space' have enough problems already.JOHN .
Buildings without windows must be 85 degrees. What frozen by the Air Force. I felt a bit queasy as I thought of all
and therefore without a will it be like inside when it's the T.V. dinners I had eaten recently.
possible source of external 85 degrees outside, as it most HEARD him say Senator Barry Goldwater had vowed in GAUNT
ventilation which now have assuredly will be before July his .'64 presidential campaign to get to the bottom of the
their internal ventilation 1 11 matter of the little men from space frozen by the Air Force. GUEST COLUMNISTTHEN J.
system cut off are unbearable. There is another alter But Johnson won the election that year, as I am sure every
Note. I did not say uncomfortable native, and that is allowing us Vietnamese knows. In fact it is said in some circles that the IT hit me! What a magnificent plot, so clever that it
but unbearable. all to strip in buildings that war was just a diversion to get the public's mind off of flying would have made Richard Nixon proud. That man, the
Certainly if costs are to be cut meet the, above-mentioned saucers and little men from space frozen by the Air Force. speaker behind the microphone wasn't a man at all-he was
Besides, LB.J. didn't believe in anything that couldn't ride a one of THEM!
The Independent horse. In his speech he had given himself away. He had compared
The speaker mentioned the saucers' unique power source, himself to the 4'greats"such as Columbus and Galileo. Little
Florida AlligatorDoug an antigravity engine and that if we could make our own we did he know that no one was impressed. The plan would have
would no 'longer need fuel for transportation. I could see been foolproof if he had compared himself to someone really
Dial Ron CunninghomEnt.rtoinm.nt Henry with his feet on his desk hoping to get the Arabs over great like Buford Pusser.
Editor Associate' Editor their own oil barrel. I was almost in a*panic. I knew the truth but no one would
,n I' r"1"/ I lh.v k I have heard rumors that our researchers have developed an listen. The.alien; seemed' friendly enough content to peddle
George I Kochonle: Jr. anti-gravity machine, but they haven't figured out how to get U.F.O. books, smile, and answer questions. I had only one
'M Photo Editor it down off the ceiling. chance to escape! I signed the petition in favor of letting the ,
THE SUBJECT religion was brought up. the Virgin U.F.O. s land, and then walked away unmolested.
Greg Fo..r Mind I Keimon Mary secrets of the universe and all that stuff I overheard a I WOULD rather be safe now and sorry later, but what
Sport Editor Ant. New Editor girl sitting in front of me say that if a little man from space happens this spring when the rest of them thaw?




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I IArchitecture Fine Arts- Split Asked II



A proposal to divide the College of "As far as we can determine, no

Architecture and Fine Arts into two ,(UF] tSena :t 1JfU ;d"a" ; additional faculty, administrative and
will
colleges comes before the University : :: ,, Meeting r\s\ : professional, or career service lines
3:30 in be required to establish the two colleges.
Senate Thursday at : p.m. McCarty
auditorium. ''M"'C".'." ''A' ,'d""t"' ,Qrtum" '" .. 3: : '""..O'.. '.. ," '."", :m"' ,' Eventually, it will cost more to run two
Other action items concern proceduresfor ; ,, .ar; ',kY : ,,' Jj'' : ,P colleges but it would cost more to run
renewal and non-renewal of non-. Architecture and Fine,Arts in the future
tenured faculty; bylaw amendment rela- also because of the inevitable growth of
ting to adjunct, affiliate and joint Women's Year and a report from the The College of Fine Arts would be its programs," Hemp said.
faculty; policy and procedures on pa- Committee on Honorary Degrees.The comprised of Departments of Art, Music
tents; election to fill vacancies on the College of Architecture would be and Theatre. The proposal has approval Tenure ChangesIn
Academic Freedom and Tenure and the comprised of Departments of Architecture .of the University Curriculum Committee.
Legislative Advisory committees; a Interior Design, Landscape Archi- Gene Hemp, interim assistant vice a lengthy change and revision of the
resolution declaring 1975 International tecture, and Urban and Regional Plan- president for academic affairs, says it is Policy Manual,Chapter 5,on terminationof
ning, and a School of Building Construc- likely that the Board of Regents would non-tenured faculty appointments, the
tion. look favorably upon the proposalUniversity committee on professional relations and
standards is recommending proceduresto
EmploymentInterviews permit a faculty member to submit
material in writing which he or she
believes will be helpful in giving consi-
deration to tenure decisions. The change
This WeekThe F Produced by the Division of Information t Publicif also would give tenured members of the
ationi Services to communicate official l notices HM department more input into consideration -
important information to students, faculty & staff
of
Career Planning and Placement M at the University of Florida. P for renewal or non-renewal
Center schedules employment interviewsfor non-tenured faculty members.The .
companies recruiting on campus. recommended changes, also en-
Students need to sign up for interviews at dorsed by the committee on Academic
least one day in advance in Room G-22 of ,Freedom and Tenure, provides for new
Reitz Union. Employers visiting campus THIS WEEK ON CAMPUS paragraphs 18.1 through to 18.2.3 through
soon are listed below. 18.2.8.
Wednesday Blount Bros. Corp., Electronic -
Data Systems, Maas Bros., Naval Medieval Play and Faculty RedefinitionsThe
Ordnance Laboratory, Tampa ElectricCo.
., and Wallace Business Forms Inc., Professional Relations and Stan-
will be interviewing students at the Wildlife Film Offered"The dards Committee also recommends extensive *
Career Center. E.I. du Pont de Nemours changes in Policy Manual para-
& Co., and Monsanto Co. will be graph 5.6, Chapter 5, redefining adjunct,
interviewing through Friday. Son of Getron,"a medieval miracle play possibly traceable to the 12th Century, affiliate and joint faculty members:
Thursday Chevron Oil Co., Eastman will be presented by the Renaissance Ensemble tonight at 8:15: p.m.in the J.Wayne Reltz
Kodak Co.; PPG Industries, Teledyne Union Ballroom, free to the public. Patent PolicyA
Brown Engineering and Texaco will be The half-hour performance will reconstruct the story of a kidnaped child returned to
interviewing. Blount Bros., Monsantoand his royal parents through the intercession of St. Nicholas. John Kitts directs this proposed policy and procedures
du Pont will still be recruiting and forerunner of opera. statement on patents will be presented
this is the first of two days of interviewsfor The first of five films in the Audubon Society Wildlife Series, "Wildlife Safari to which has approval of the Committee on
Charmin Paper Products Co., Dow Ethiopia," will be screened at '8 p.m. tonight in the Reitz Union Auditorium. Professional Relations and Standards
Chemical USA, Exxon Co. USA, and Season tickets, at $6 for the general public and $3 for students, are on sale at the the University Attorney and the Reseach f
McDonnell Douglas Corp. Constans Theatre Box Office. Individual film tickets are$1.50 for the public and $1 for Council. No statement on patent policy Is iI I
Friday Cummins Engine Co. will talk students and children. Tickets will be available at the door. currently in the Policy Manual and if the
to students about employment, as will More than 200 participants in the 10th University Conference on Ceramics Science will statement is approved by the Senate it
Charmin, Dow, du Pont, Exxon: Me- be in town through Friday, meeting at the Reitz Union and the Hilton Ballroom. The will be submitted for consideration by the '
Donnel Douglas and Monsanto which businessmen and scholars are here to learn more about the techniques used in modern Board of Regents.
conclude interviews stints this day. industrial and biomedical ceramics.
Monday General Telephone Co.of Fla., Committee Elections
Alexander Grant & Co., Harris Semicon- -1
ductor, Laventhol Krekstein Horwath & An election will be held to fill
Horwath,and Tornwall Lang & Lee will Friday Deadline For Entering vacancies, caused by the resignation of
be on campus, and Buckeye Cellulose Ernest M. Jones on the Academic
Corp. begins a two-day stay. Freedom and tenure Committee and HalG.
Next Tuesday Buckeye will continue its Basketball Banner CompetitionFriday Lewis on the Legislative Advisory
interviews and Amoco Research Center, Committee.The .
Celanese Corp., The Grand Union Co., is the deadline for individuals, half-time. Nominating Committee will pre-
NASA (John F. Kennedy Space Center), or organizations to enter a sports bannerin Gator Basketball Appreciation Day sent Lora Kiser, professor' in IF AS
and Naval Coastal Systems Laboratorywill the contest being conducted as part of begins with a hot doe feast at 11:30: 'a.m. Extension Service, and S. Kern Alexander I
be interviewing. Arthur Andersen & the first annual Gator Basketball Appre- in Florida Gym (cost $1, plus a game professor in education adminiI
Co., R.H. Macy& Co., Inc., and Procter ciation Day, proclaimed by President ticket), then pre-game entertainment by stration for Jones term,which expires in*
&Gamble Co. will begin interview stints Robert Q. Marston.. Florida Players at 12:45:: followed by a 1976 and A.E.S. Green, professor in
this day. The banners which must be long pep rally at 1:30: p.m. Game time is 2 physics and astronomy, and W.M. Nel-
enough to be held by two people and must p.m. son, associate professor in social
OPEN OFFICE BRIEFINGThe bear a "spirited slogan," will be judged Tickets for the Vanderbilt game will be sciences, for Lewis' term which expires
before the Vanderbilt basketball game on sale Thursday and Friday at Gate 15, Aug. 31, 1975.
Office of Academic Affairs will Saturday and plaques will be awarded to the Stadium, or at the Gym box office,
hold it's "Opening Office" briefing winners as they parade the banners at beginning at 11 a.m. Saturday before the Women's Resolution
session for faculty on Friday,January 31, game.To .
at 4:00: p.m. in 235 Tigert. enter a banner, call Bill at 3922811or The resolution declaring 1975 as Inter-
377-7583. national Women's Year is recommended
by the Committee on Status for Women in
Joyce Taylor Named Acting DirectorOf line with similar resolutions of the United
I I Graduate Student Nations General Assembly and the u.s.
Institute for Black CultureJoyce President. The resolution recognizes
DeadlinesMonday women's efforts to alleviate discrimination -
Taylor assistant dean for stu- as the freeze is lifted, to locate the best on the basis of sex.
dent services, has assumed temporary qualified person for this important ,February 3, is the last day for
duties as Acting Director of the Institutefor position." submission of Master's thesis abstractsto ETS Foreign
Black Culture. She replaces J.M. the Editorial Office, 280 Grinter Hall.
Daniel, who resigned to return to full The Institute of Black Culture, locatedat Monday is also the last day the Language ExamThe
time graduate studies.In 1510 W. University Avenue,is a center Editorials Office will accept the yellow Graduate School Foreign Lan-
announcing his appointment of which display artifacts on black culture copy of the$8 library binding fee receipt. guage Examination of reading know
Joyce Taylor, Dean for Student Services and houses a library on black history. (The fees are paid at Student Accounts at ledge in French German and Spanish will
Tom Goodale said, "Due to the current Open to the public the Institute offers the HUB). be given Saturday 9 :
a.m Students
freeze on hiring, Joyce will assume tours to grade school children, and often Both abstract and yellow receipt are taking the exam should
report to 101
additional responsibilities as Director of displays artistic works of University of requirements for: receiving a master's Little Hall with admission ticket
and
the Institute. It is our intention as soon Florida students. degree at the end of the quarter. proper identification.The .

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acceptedThe We buy and sell!
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happiness I QUARRY Rocks i Minerals The Violet House Come see CLOTHING HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCESAND
we carry aquaria rock, minerals
Gainesville's only African Violet
lab. equipment & supplies- Specialists 100's of varieties to ANTIQUES -WE BUY AND SELL

Merchants: Custom specialty-design Visit the jewelry Cactus a choose from, fast personal 104 S. MAIN
service. Meet Gig! and The
Garden 922 NW 4th St. 3733872For Prince 15 SE 4th Ave. 377-8465 ((2: blocks off Univ. Ave 372-9151 ) .

those of you Interested In
you can have Nostalgic Nonsense, Once Upona For the finest sound equipmentIn
Time Antiques 6 NE 1st Ave hasa this part of Florida,Audio etc. FORMERLY OF MADELINE'STWO
wide assortment of olden but In the Millhopper Shopping Ctr. LIN TIME RECENT TROPHY., ( ,
your ad golden items. sound has long been enthusiasts recognized by as WINNER IN HAIRCUTTING

Y Mother Earth 604 NW 13th St. Gainesville's finest
has a wide variety of Natural UNISEX HAIRSTYLISTNOW
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experience. Visit us soon I all floral needs, visit Santa,Fe AT!Itr
Floral I Wholesale 210 NW 10th

for as little as UP 'N' Yet Attic we have Ave. Remember. We're a retail
I books bikes, desks beds, old store now. APPOINTMENTS 373-4680
jewelry. Unamits new S old 916 I 3309 W. UNIV. AVE
NW 4th St. 378-9445 4&Q). IIl'ld.. .AT WESTGATE SHOPPING CNTR.

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Bookpacks, Rugby Shirts, needs; BJ' Country
Woolrlch Shirts White Stag, Squire at 1-75 t Newberry Road
call 376-4482 Speedo Bathing Suits. Full line has the expertise to do the job
I of Camping Gear&Scuba Equip. right. For app. call 3775459. A Gator ad says it all I
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FOR SALE FOR SALEfor FOR SALEFisher FOR RENTWANT WANTED ,

Campus Credit Union has 1970 Toyota sole martin classical guitar N-10 203 receiver almost new. will take TO MOVE? 1-2 female roommates wanted to share rlhapIwdrr
land Cruiser for sale 1973 Datson, 1971 model plus hardshell case $.00 please best offer must selllllCall Paul at pike If you desire to move from your present 2 bedrm opt -- brondwlne. -- share R,
Pinto ft many more used cars. Call 392- come by our house 2715 NW 4 place house after 5 pm must see to op- location we'con rent,sublet It or find youa utilities. fun .- pool sun tenant
0393 '(A-30T-67-O mornings only (A-5T-65-P) prec late 376-1815 (a-4t-46-p) roommate Immediately at NO COST. breakfast parties tall after 5 378-1903 (e- > >

UNIQUE, CUSTOM DESIGNED 10 x 50 72 honda cb350 EXCELLENT CONDITION Call todayll 1t.6A.p) Cinema 1 1C 1 I
with hard shell Real Estate Assoc. Inc.
epiphone 12-string guitar United for living I J I
Mobile Home, 2 BR, air conditioned helmets manual & tools included. Will roommate wanted -- country
Case beautiful condition. $230 or best 113 NE 16th Ave. 377-6992 (b-fr-55-c)) bedroom-- $65
owning, storm windows, built-in take best offer over. $500 call 3761048A3T67P after a-4t-6o- 15 min 10 U of F own
offer call 377-8976 6
storage. Coll after 5, Weekends, 378- ( ) pm ( 2 Bdrm apt. avail. Univ. Gardens Ap'''- + 1.3 util., -- liberal but mature, call
7390. (A-6T-67-P) snow skies pair of head skies boots and P) Central AC pool 172.00 mo. Call 376- chorhe at 378-4150 (days) (C-5T-63-P) 3i30.S:30::
wholesale 0699 or contact the office (b-5t-66-p)_
Stereo components at prices wonted for
Arthur Athe tennis racket for sale $66.00 poles $120 for all 376.8565 dennls (ASi07 pleasant female roommate
P to students ft staff t am the campus rep wanted quiet mature responsible sharp opt $65-monlh f 13utilwes
new now on sale for 50.00 or best offer )) vizcoya
for o major stereo distributor Call John roommate own bedroom ft bathroom Vi 378.5886 (C.5T.68.P))_ !
for call Mike Brener 376-
at
Information Cinema
warehouse full of furniture refrlgators 378.9192.. A-5T68P
( )
util. la Bonne Vie Apt 306 377.7886 or shore
3602 after 5 p.m. (5t-64-p) 3900. trundle bed $69.00 kitchen tables female roommate needed to
beautifully dappled palomino mare 376.8424 ((6,:00 pm) ask for Nerida rent bedroom for $58 a mo. or live In own I
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$10.00 $5.00
$15.00
carpets up drapes attractive mover, perfectly sound $1 05.00 (B-5T-67-P) with both for $98 ol Wmsburgopts.
room "
up. electric stove $45 00 mirrors mist 20 .
inch bicycle $18.00 cedar chest 3009 NE jumper, dressage, 3 day asking $2000 apt to sublease, available feb 24 close to Coll 372.6524 offer 4 pm. (C.2T-68. AfT IN.
A.eY cA.N w) call 373.3091 (A-4T-6B-P) 2 bdr, 172 378-8336
20th way behind bowling alley off campus pool mo P)___ 8:00 CELBRAT1ON
Waldo rood 377.9835 open 16 week honda 250cc-l, 4000 ml, runs great, xtra after 5 pm (B 10T-67-P) liberal Male Roommate Needed-Own 2:00 _

tots N, W. IHe St. days 9.5 sot sun. 1-4 (A-3T-b7-P1 exhaust (torque), $400 firm, .bob 373- Sublet modern 1 bdrm apt by Feb 1 room In 4 bedrm, $8000 moth + V4'

'74 kawasakl '250 fit excellent shape 1716 afternoon or eve.. leaving town, 1 15000 mo unfurnished NW. 26th aye37a..o787 utilities$75.00 depo ll.Village Apts. Call
prefer to sell (A-2T 68-P) ) (B-5T-67-P) 378-2802 (C-5T-67-P)
after
must sell the perfect dirt and street 4pm s OI j
machine asking $775. call 372.7334 For Sale Soverign Bonio, Five string, $60, liberal roommate wanted to shore 3 mature female roommate wanted to

THE NIGHT preferably after 5'00 pm (o.-66-p> )_ II Interested Call: 373.8704 (A-3T-68) bedroom house, own room, walking shore bedroom furnished apt. spring

Susie bike, 8 months old, perfect cond.,. BOA CONSTRICTOR 4 It: with, cage for distance. to campus $67 month + 1.3 quarter $115 plus ''A utilities vizcaya
PORTER I reg. $165 now $99 or best offer, also sale.best offer-also plants, aquariums, utilittes, call 378.9496 (B.5T-68) opts. call lorl at 378-5795 (C-5T-67-P) 233 W. Univ. Ave 377.3013

Nikon, F with F T N metes fish (large oscar) call DAVE 378.6633afler female roommate needed shore 2 mole roomate wanted, fully furnished PRESENTS

H 'I most sacrifice, DjO or best offer, 6 pm (A-3T-68) bedrm 5 blocks from campus. $70 + Vi opt at country manor, $67.50 mo. + 'Y
call 377-4436 (A-10T-65-P) 1972 VOGUE mobile, 12x70. Has den, utilities, CALL MARSHA 372-5815 (B-2T- III. $5000 dep. call 377-8066 anytime. THE

bar, kitchen' living room with fireplace, 68.P) (C-5T-67-P)_ .
7:10 l:4O SII 2 br,1 1 bath, wall to wall carpet, central
3rd-person.needect.for.fred. Gardens 2 female roommates to share room In 2
: air-heat, completely furnished. coll-St ve-378 7255 B 3T-68-P ERIC
rW-ThCoP" Apt. ( ) bdrm french qtr. apt. $50 mos ulil
Call
Luxurious, economical, terms
Mee C5.lr easy M or F housemate for 4 br brick house each move In feb 1 377-7833 clndy or
N 373-1071 and leave and phone
name
{ 5325mo. '/. ulil. 3 blks north of lib, W helen (C-4T-67-P)_ BURDON
.1 1 FREE DRINK u (5T-68-P)
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Dan 392 0359 (B-3T 68 P) ROOMMATE for own room In spacious 3

NtS N. pte Sr. 1960 mercury comet Insp. rebuilt enginenew student own bedroom in nice 3 bedrm 2 BR at Kings Creek. FEMALE. $88 and 1-3 -
: Tonight at brakes very reliable will take best call Andrea Sher 378-2077 BANDPlus
both furn apt AC central heat large yard utilities or
1 offer. at 377.7907
keep
call(
evenings
$60 per mo + 1-3 util. 10 mm to U. of F. (C-3T-67-P)_
: The Connection trying till 11 (o-5t-66-p) call 378.1208 anytime (B.4T-68.P) liberal Female Roommate Wanted to Special Guest
Antique 1955 Ford Truck body, tires,
e C engine excellent. Needs Transmission. MOVE IN NOWI Female roommate share luxurious apt 2 bedroom all
rOt- needed to share 1 bedrm opt in furnished $ISO a month. 'Inquire after 5 SAFLCATWED.
1 Limit 1 Per Customer / Call David 373-2224 keep trying. ((0'
66-p) Gatorwood. $95 month + util Pool, p.m. at the Village Susan 2002 (C-10T-
1 Good Jan. 28,1975 Call after b 4t 69
II cable tv. 373-5094 5. ( aa L.
I 1973 Honda 350 Excellent Condition,
now playing with helmet. Call David 373-2224 keep Pj) liberal female roommate wanted own JAN.29
trying. (o-10t-66-p) Roomate wonted female $52.50 bedroom 2 blocks from campus $77.50 a
BOBBY RAY & COOLEY man. quiet responsible. ''3727580. month 'utilities call 373.9396 no pets
yashlca mot-124g, wide-angle ft Between 5 ft 9 (b-3t-69-p) for now or spring (tC-51-65-P)
ftilS ':15 I 3500 SW 13th St., If telephoto lens converters, electronic ONE NIGHT ONLY8O0'

-- - flash, and cases far all. $225 not so firm. Room close to campus available feb 1 Need-lwo-femole-room mates-easy
378-6360. (A-5T-69-P) call 373-2087 before 8 am or after 11 pm going responsible 1512 NW 2nd st. 378-
((b-1t-69-p) 2252 4Vt mo. old part-terrier pup needs a : & 11:00
flute, with case, like new, will sell at
NO LEASE NO LAST MONTH 2 bedroom good home. Roscoe: (C-5T-65-P)
oUROlDTIMEArMolTQ)0 very reasonable price, call ''373-4604 Tickets: $3.50 Advanced
F ((afternoons or evenings) (A-4T-69-P) furnished units from $135 per month; 2 women to experience a farm In C.A. $4.00 Gen. Adm.
.2&orf RF includes water, sewage, garbage pIckup
free lodging for help with chores. $300
.
House Trailer 8 x 28 One Bedroom
sf alAOor pest-control and yard care. Prairie round trip by air. if Interested call 463-
Irn/ BT ) Furnished Shower Air
4 Person Regrlg. conditioner View Mobile Village 378-4411 or 373- Available at: Rebel Discounts,
2668. No collect. (C-5T-67-P)
Water Heater Etc. 378-8490 (A- .
3284 Young American Shops, llpham
ImPeMd t .. (b-20t-69-p)
.v wunc.a O'nnet need 1 roommate $67.50per Music Co. ft Box Office
1966 Blue white All desperately
( 4ewygfr Chrysler Newport Op 2 bedroom 2 both furn opt available feb
Power Air $300 378-8490 (o-3t 69-p)) 1 near hospitals and campus country month + % utilities, 2 bdrm opt. olBrondwine
Must be neat t liberal.
R DOG 1. yr. dalmatian all shots okc male garden opts phone 378-1761 after 9 am
Prefer serious' students 3770884 (Joe or
# good with kids must sell, troller too small ((8-4T-69-P)
for family $40 phone 377-4152) anytime $125 Acreoge-Dynamite home locatedon Fred) (c-5t-6-p)_

(o-sp-o9-p) fenced acre (just outside of cityl female to share room In 2 bedroom

for sale-guitar less than 6 months old Carpets, drapes, air, heat. Kids and pets plush apt.Windmeadows $66 a mo + V
sfry&4 orig sold for 350$ will sell for 200$ must OKII ((1215)) utilities/ immediate occupancy student
I see to appreciate. 37843747 (o-4t-69-p) Open 9om to 8pm 377-6992 perfered calf Tanya 373-0735 (C-5T-69- Theatre Lovers

2 bdr. $150 .house-Walk or bike to V_
Yorkshire terriers. 2 mole 1 female. AKC- and Movie Buffs
campus from this spacious and clean Female roommate wanted Feb. 1 rent
BKC breeding. 377-0218 after 5:30.: Price
negotiable (A-5T-69-P) home. No lease-small deposit. Air, heat, $68 Brandywine opts. Tel. 376-2496 call Unite!
carpets, patio,.fully equipped kitchen after 5 pm. (C-5T-69-P)_
old Nikon w-50mm 1:1"SONista: 10 Join the
; sp' ((1264)) studious ROOMMATE wanted for own
w-rock-$80; new Davis Imp. racket-$25; Open 7 days 377-6992 bdrm In 2 bdrm duplex apt 2 blocks Second Seasonof
new Addidas ((7Vi-$12\ ) portable
Reefer Madness ; $100 cottage nearby lake-Completely from campus $75.00 mo + \Vt. util call
typewrller20. Coll Jen 377-0578 (A-5T- secluded amongst the pines and Jim 373.5666 (C-5T-69-P)_ The American
69-P) flowers. Rent could be much lower In
Helpl! we need I female room mote. Film Theatree
sanyo stereo complete with receiver two exchange for workll Call today
Free speakers bsr turntable dust cover Open 7 days 377-6992 must fun-loving and pleasant. $60
Tonight month + V utilities Gatorwood opts.
cassette recorder like new$130 373-8876 135 includes all utilities-No lease or last close call
373-3735.
to
anytime
campus
after 6 p.m. (A-2T-69-P) month. Heat carpets, drapes. In ideal
(e.5l-69-P)
9 & 11pmMON.TUES.WED. I For sale; men's sears 26 Inch 10speedbike. senic location. Students and couples --_ .ee4

Good condition $60.00 call sherry welcome!) Pets Allowed ((1203)) 7ii'i'tr'f if l" lw
at 377after 500;: (A-5T-69-P) Open 7 days 377-6992 I IN

Efficiency-all util paid-Low, low rent tor 2A5 4.40
FOR RENT 11r* f1AEE1 end| j{
this fully furn opt. located in quiet NW
}>< SOUUV*>D | 7:05WALTWSNEYS l:35
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Fern roommate needed at Place Apt. area minutes from campus. Air, heat,
Own bdrm $97 + '/. ut AC pool sauna kitchen equipped ((1252))
at the ROT Move In now Jar rent paid. Call Beat the housing Shortage!I(Now is the
Virginia 392.7612 or come by No. 116. time to start looking for that Ideal home
((8.5T-65-P) for spring or fall qtr. We have many
listings' avail for then a small deposit ,

............... BiBB ejBBB iBJBiCLYDE'S ..r can hold it for you. Call today 377-6992

United Real Estate Assoc. I-

113 NE 16th Ave. The series starts with
Open 9am to 8pm 377-6992 ffiPLAZAO In Celebrationon

I I (B-5T-69-C) 2:40 4:25rw Jan.followed 27th and by 28th PQ


Room for rent. Reasonable cost, near I3M STMfi *n\\ THE MAIDSFeb.

I TIRE & BRAKE SERVICE 1 campus. Male only Call 378-2065 5DLxIVAeD I6:10$0050 ( 24, 25)) PQ
before 8 pm. (B-3T-69-P)
ftii THE MAN IN THE


I 915 E. UNIVERSITY AVE I Poommate WANTEDFemale wonted $60 + Vi GLASS(March BOOTH 17,18)) PQ

utilities Gatorwood Apts Call Debbie
after 3 pm. 377-7914 (C-5T-65-P) -- GALILEO

(April 21, 22)) PQ
373.1650 GOlD t SILVER Top prices paid for ctes.
I I rings; old (iewjlry, etc. confidential call JACQUES BRELIS
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Ollie 3733119.(c-50-53-c( ) ALIVE AND WELL

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I STUDENT COUPON SPECIALS 1 Season Tickets are still

I I Socked across winningly! available participating at theatre most AFT box

offices Evenings $20.00.
:,1 .1 Matinees $12.50 (student

I COMPLETE All U.S. Cars WHEEL I Going Places matinees $10.00)), Seats

drumtypeHere's 'I are unreserved, however,
what we do on all 4 wheels:
:Jseatjng) guaranteed
BRAKEt InsairstalP *
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each performance.
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.; I OVERHAULeResu ld wheel cylinders I Yowl rieversee itonW'& Most majoncredit) : cards

v y rl ; e Replace brake hardware 9:50 accepted.t. .
Bleed, flush and refill system 9
14495e Inspect master cylinder $ 6. 51 1ii re8t irslc4fell 1 .'

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,,roommate for 2 br opt 55 ow crulserl 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix facial
( need I female roommate.be full power, FM with reverb, wire Call hair removed per : Gray jacket somewhere around SCUBA CLASS starts.F.b. 2. all equipment EUROPE-ISRAEL-AfRICA-ASIA
[ fun'loving ond pleosont. $60- wheeleovers,A.C. Fine running, looking elecirologist monently. Edmund Dwyer cor wash on I 13th it please if you f.nd it provided including mask fins, snorkel, B.C, Travel discounts year-round. Student Air
h + V4 utilities gotorwood opts. $475 373-7231 (G4T69.P) Call!! 372.8039 over 20 yors experience. return' very imp, cannot be replaced and full wetsult. International certification Travel Agency, Inc. 5299 Roswell Rd.
Ucompui,Call anytime! 373-3735. '1972 VW camper, pop-up lap excellent (J.FR-6I-C|) reword call pete at 377.8876 (L.5T-M.P) textbook and all air 5 open-water dives cost Atlanta, Ga. 30342: 252-3433 (M-UT-

$-PI. condition Inside & out Mutt tell. Call Young Man, 28, New In town, Interested, LOST: set of keys near northeoit ...clionof $35 absolutely no extra charges call Scuba 6O-P)

Kit j mOralS for 2 br opt 55 a mo. 373-81.79 or 378-0282 (G.5T-65.Pt|_ LDM In meeting, young women Write to: campus if found please call 378-6846, Dynamics 373-5069.(m.9t-64.p) WIRED FOR SIGHT
1605 NW 21 si Ave. 373 9740
Gainesville or 372.8836 L-2T-68
feb I ( )
lU utilities move In by prefer 1972 Ford Pinto, excellent cond, auto flo.! :_32601) (1-*,.67-P) ELECTROLYSIS. By oppoictment only.' "The Eyeglass Super Mart"
Ut student 37M162 keep trying (eIELP trans, good tire, excellent gas milloge Lost$100 REWARD Male golden retriever Mrs. J.N. Karp Telephone: ((904)) 376- UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS
.p) $1350 call 378-3089 (G-5T-65-P)> "All that which ye potentially possess puppy 3 mo golden w red collar lost NE 5673 (IOt-64-p) '300 SW 4th Ave. 3784480M.503.C
con, be manifested only as a result of 8th St & 3rd Ave Jan 20 Pleate call 373- ( : ) _
your own volition" Boho'l 9272 student "For all your typing needs-Coll us at our
Writings ((1-51-66-p)
WANTED PERSONALONEYEAROLD (H-'Ufrcl' ) office. between 8 and 5377.2235 or after HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALS
Found: Travelers Check found at the 6pm Debbie 377-7806 or Sandi) 378- BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL
Slve ladies for nude modelling would the brunette who was in baskinrobbms Plaza in front of the Library Weil Call 5754" (M.5T.68-P) ABILITY-STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETICS
j I release required. Coil Bob, 373fof (mostly) LAB needs lost wed eve wearing the 372-7840 (l5T67.P) 373-3059 Donald G. Pratt-Cerlifled
ranch
Dave, 373-0624 evenings (e-4t- home.Very offectlonote and intelligent. shorts and driving a cor with N.Y. plates I HORSES BOARDED: little prairie MEN FAPH (m-21t-48-p)_
Coil Lorry or Howie 377-8087. 315 call 376.47B7 lei's talk (J.3T.68.P) Found: Four keys on a plain keyring Informal, friendly, all facilities. 5 ml
14th Dr nw Found in street beside Norman Hall. Call from uf. stalls-$75., posture-$30. 376I I
(J-Sg-54-NC Robot,
..*? Wanted: Must be native ) Hope, Im hired at your only: 373-6856 (L-5T-67-NC) 4719. keep trying (M.IOT-60-f1-) LEWIS
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TWO GENERATIONS OF BRUBECK

offer a strange concoction of the old and new

by Darius Brubeck explained that the uniqueness came field. Robinson was featured on Carla Bley's masterpiece,
STEPHEN BERGMAN almost accidently a synthesis of the diverse style encompassed "Escalator Over The Hill," playing with such con-%
Alligator Staff Writer in the band.It temporary giants as John Mclaughlin and Gato Barbieri.
was an unlikely assortment of musicians Friday night. Robinson's composition "Walk On" was one of the
The Two Generations of Brubeck concert at The Great It's not everyday you see Dave Brubeck jamming with a highlights of the evening. The clarinetist's solo was, along
Southern Music Hall Friday night was not a case of"like hippie harmonica player, joined by a spacey clarinetist, with Brubeck's piano work, the most sophisticated music'
't ,.. father, like son." equally as comfortable playing dixieland as he is playing that night.
Dave Brubeck and his three sons come from different avante-garde 'jazz. For the most part, however, the Two Generations
musical directions; Brubeck, of course, the "jazz Riant" is A strange combination to be sure, but by the huge smile favored a bouncing combination of barrelhouse blues,
an institution in himself. The Darius Brubeck Ensemble, shared by Dave Brubeck, the band and the audience, it dixieland and rock that kept the audience ecstatic.
shows the modem influences of electric Jazz and rock. was a completely successful mixture. DARIUS BRUBECK prefers it this way, explaining that
Yet there were no conflicts in the music. Both father THE ELDER BRUBECK displayed his genius in a his goals is a desire to bring jazz to audiences in the
and sons are rooted in jazz, and more importantly, are into fascinating piano solo, toying with melody and time, yet most among enjoyable possible.His .
the spirit of playing together.AS never losing continuity. For most of the show, however, he goal was way realized Friday night.
> A RESULT, their music has developed into a was content to give the spotlight to the Darius Brubeck The Great Southern was as happy, I'm sure, as the
unique, joyful sound. ,Ensemble. only crowd.
standing room
The Ensemble contained two other brilliant soloists.
Known to band members as Mad Cat, the harmonica The repeated success of the Brubecks has shown that.
Don't forget the Eric Burdon Band and Sailcat will player gave'an incredible display of technique and varietyon Gainesville is receptive to jazz, a fact that local en
be at the Great Southern Music Hall tomorrow what is a normally limited instrument. terprisers have been slow to grasp.
His amazing harp work with Dave on the classic "Take But it seems that they are making up for lost time.
night, Jan. 29, for two shows at 8 and 11 p.m.
Five", was worth the price of admission alone. Coming this quarter are Weather Report at the Great
Tickets are $3.50 In advance and $4.00 at the door. UNFAMILIAR to most listeners, clarinetist Perry Southern, Chuck at the Beef and Bottle and
Robinson is considered to be the most innovative in his Herbie Mann, by Stunt Government Productions.





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in the SoutheastDoyle F iai F rr4l

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By KAREN MEYER competed with actors from 38 colleges from 13 statesin
Alligator Staff Writer the Southeastern United States.
Some came performing within the showcase of the top plays ? s.
"Friends, Romans, countrymen," he began in a gentle that competed in the American College Theater Festival. UF's
... Tennessee drawl. "Lend me your ears." "Dylan" placed in the top twelve, but only the top six were
Surprised silence. Then the judges from the American ipvited{ to compete in the finals this coming April: '',
Theater Association rippled with amusement, and they Invitations were extended to individual actors, regardless of t
'.. listened. The laughter turned to silent involvement as Michael whether their show placed in the top six. Those individuals
'' Doyle, 32,created a new Marc Anthony in three minutes.' whose plays were not chosen were judged on their,six: minute
"They told us to bring a six-minute audition with no more auditions; the others had 'a two hour performance in a full
than two pieces," Doyle said, "something to show the versatility show for an audition. Y
of the performers." Doyle's six minutes in Tallahassee Jan. 18 won him a $500
Now, as"the Southeastern region's University Theater Actorof scholarship to any university to pursue any major, and an all
the Year, Doyle's voice'tinges with pride of his ac expense paid trip to Washington to compete with winners
complishment."I from nine other regions.
set up a situation making it difficult to bring them in Washington's winner walks away with another $2,000
and then succeeded at it," said Doyle, recalling. the laughter scholarship and the title of University Theater Actor of the
followed by deep silence. Year. a
The other part of his audition was a natural, a piece from "I just do theater because I like to act," said Doyle.
Florida Players' fall production of"Dylan," starring Doyle as "I'm not a physical actor," Doyle admitted. "I work with
the brilliant burned-out poet Dylan Thomas. my voice and my face, not much with my body," he said photo by claire mcrritt
admiring those actors who really achieve bodily expression.A .
Loudon Wainwright III, actor and folk singer, must
actor must work at said
good letting go Doyle.
A.d have had good time
a Sunday afternoon because
"The technical ability! to,reproduce emotions and attitudes
becomes more secure asa person allows.himself to relax, let most everyone else did. Graham Pond quickly filled
go and do it.. with bodies after Wainwright asked why more were
Currently the host on' Channel 20's "Uniscope," Doyle's not swimming. The concert was a free presentation of
stage life goes way back. Student Government Programs.
Doyle started UF in 1960 as a Journalism. major. Cast in the
lead role in the first play he tried out for, Doyle decided he the future. .
\ was in the wrong field.. It was 1974 already, and Doyle found himself carrying
Doyle switched to 'a Speech-Theater major and went to Florida Players' one man show "Dylan to an enchanted
school off and on till earned his bachelor's in 1968. public.
Summers in between, were spent mostly at a repertory "I've never been in a production that had so much feed-
theater in Arrow Rock, Missouri, the Arrow Rock Lyceum.. 'back from the public as Dylan," said Doyle.
Doyle taught for five years after graduating at a boys' But Doyle said he doesn't have. the time to do another show
college prep school in St. Petersburg. He decided'if he didn't ianytigte on.t *",; "'\ : *
get out then, he would soon be part'of a static place, time and If he wins nationally In April, theater faculty may succeed
k role.Opportunity' in convincing Doyle to return for his masters and do more
"' ; knocked, and Doyle returned to Gainesville to shows.

r photo by karen meyer enter law school with marginal qualifications. After successfully Meanwhile, he's working up something for April, just the
ACTOR MICHAEL DOYLE completing one quarter Doyle went back to the right thing to get under the judges'. skins, 'and into their
magic of theater leaving law school an open possibility for blood.
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ANDY COHEN ranked Alabama with 5:23
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Alligator Sports Writer seconds left here last outscored the scored 18.
but just night Gators 10-4 late in the game But then the turnovers hit
I knockout couldn't find thai t as three consecutive UF and Alabama's board
punch to record an I turnovers just about
GAINESVILLE-The UF upset victory took strength was just too much for
over the
away all of the Gators'
the Gators
Gators caught up to sixth Crimson Tide. dreams. upset to control thoughthe
Orange and Blue made x< x
BUT IT WASN'T withouta one last effort narrowing the
Mike Andrews fight.The kind of effort that gap to 76-67 but by that time
met the approval of an time had run out on Florida.
overflow Alligator Alley THOUGH GATOR coach Luf
heads to JapanPOMPANO crowd that often let the John Lotz was visibly
Crimson Tide know they were disappointed after the loss he wIphoto
BEACH (UPI-) Mike Andrews,the former away from Tuscaloosa.Both couldn't help but praise his
Oakland A's second baseman whose rift with A's owner teams played a fairly scrappy team's upset effort.
Charles Finley in the 1973 World Series was widely even first half as they "We proved to people
publicized, left Sunday for Japan where he hopes to play swapped the lead on several tonight that we're not a 7.11
with the Kintetsu Buffaloes. occasions only to see Alabama team," voiced Lotz. "Both
The 31-year-old Andrews has been out of baseball since take a 33.30 shaky first half teams really went after each
the A's dropped him in 1973. Over the
past year he has lead.
other but lost
we our poise on
life insurance in the
been selling Boston area.
THE VETERAN second baseman, who also played with Alabama came out quick in a few occasions and that was
the Red Sox and the White Sox during his six year careerin the second half, opening up a the difference."
the major leagues, wrote to almost every major league 39.31 lead which stayed that Another difference was that
team after he was dropped by Oakland, but gave up hope way until Florida slowly edgedits both of Florida's big men,
when no offers came. way back into contentionin Chip Williams and Larry
The flareup with Finley made headlines when the A's the late going. Brewster fouled out in,the last
owner,angered by two Andrews errors that helped the New MIKE LEDERMAN, who going which left Florida out
York Mets to a 10-7 win in the second game of the series, provided most of the second manned at the buzzer.
ordered the veteran' player to sign a medical form that half offensive punch for "That really hurt us," Lotz
forced him off the team's roster.
Florida sank two foul shots said. "But Alabama is a great
OAKLAND TEAMMATES, sportswriters and fans
with 5:23 "
supported Andrews. He was reinstated and when he pinchhit remaining which team.
in the fourth game of the series he received a standing put Florida on top for the first Charles Cleveland led
ovation. time in the half, 59.58 and it Alabama in scoring with 17
"1 consider myself in the same class as Babe Ruth, Joe turned out to be the last time. points as the loss dropped by g.org. kochanicc |ir
DiMaggio,Ted Williams and Mickey Mantle," he joked. Lederman led the Gators with Florida's conference mark to GATOR GUARD AAlKElHStMAN
"After all, I got a standing ovation on my last time at bat 19 poins while Gene Shy 45. ...led all" scorers with 19 points
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Alligator Sports Writer trace of malice tainting his reigning Eastern Amateur he said despondently. "Now String Banjos| In N.E. Florida. From

voice. "That sums it up in the champ, winning that title late I'll probably turn pro after $79.00 to $1255.00

UF golfer Andy Bean, who nicest way I can sa'llt." last summer. It is no secret the first of 1976. I was o Our u.uallow pricos on ColM
was recently named as an HIS DESPAIR is totally that the Walker Cup berth planning on the Masters but I
alternate on the United States understandable. He's been an and the resultant trip to the guess that's out. I might even and Yamaha Guitars and. OME

team in the 25th Walker Cup All-American the last two Masters, were Bean s most turn pro after the NCAA but Banjos

matches against Great years on a golf team that won cherished and sought after then again I might play in the I Stop by and. experience our
Britain, is a little dismayedthat the NCAA crown in 1973 and amateur goals. He is not U.S. Amateur in which case I [laid bock atmoipboro.311N. .
he did not make the finished second, missing by unlike a smooth, powerful could still qualify for the
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another of the U.S. regulars. the International Four-Ball was very confident of could not revamp an entire Gator Basketball
"I'm very disappointed," with Jerry Pate of Alabama. being selected. This knocks future in a brief phone in

terview. Appreciation -
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mad," he continued.
Frustration cloaked his Day A I'A.

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Alligator Staff Writer said that rulings on Title IX TITLE IX, the he understated, "so I better -".;
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Problems are plaguing the out next month. The bill barricades as they proceed want to say anything in poor

Lady Gator basketball team. allows equal opportunity for with their varsity competition.Coach taste." he remarked, not ::1i.
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