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I confessions mount I nH

J F 1, By STUART EMMRICH -- The list students involved has grown to approximately 85 Watson also said his office was investigating any possible
\f Alligator Staff Writer names and should at least double in, the next couple of days, involvement by career service employes in the business
5. according to Marmish. college.
Full confessions from students who have admitted they Marmish said he is not asking the students if any criminal "Information is available at this time that career service
were involved in cheating in the College of Business Administration activity, such as breaking and entering, was used by them to employes may have been associated in the procuring of tests
are"coming in all the time," according to Honor obtain the tests,but he just wants to know if they obtained the for students," Watson said..
Court Atty.:Gen. Paul Marmish. Marmish said he expected to tests "directly or indirectly." Although Watson said he had not talked to any career
have approximately 20 confessions. filed in his office by HE EXPLAINED he was going to leave that part of the employes in the business college about the investigation yet,
midnight Tuesday. investigation to the University Police Department.UPD he added he was going to talk to them this week.
MARMISII SAID early Tuesday evening students had Investigator Gene Watson said he had no evidence The Honor Court will file formal charges Friday against
been "calling in all day" to give him their confessions which "at this time" that breaking and entering was used to get students who allegedly took part in a "cheating ring which
Marmish said "names of everyone they know is involved, exams, but added his office was still investigating that involved every department in- the College of Business Administration
everything." possibility. ," according Marmish.
MARMISH SAID he couldn't estimate how many students
I would be charged Friday, because "we keep on finding out
new information."
Marmish said he'has discovered "an incredible number of
ways" used by students to obtain tests before the exam period.
Marmish refused to discuss the various methods used but
s;; said one way"was so simple you wouldn't believe it."
At liE SAID IT was a "hole in the system" that still had to be
plugged up.Marmish.
., said several people had access to exams in all
departments of the business college, "and if one person
wasn't able to get an exam, he could tell where you were to go
t.i for it."
The maximum penalty that could be assessed against a
student for cheating is expulsion from UF.
: :: II MARMISH emphasized that no immunity would be
granted to anyone, but said a person might receive a lesser
j penalty if he went to the Honor Court and volunteered in-
r formation.
Marmish said he wanted suggestions from professors and
( w ;raduate students in the business college as to what penaltiesthey
thought would be appropriate."We .
: & need input on this, don't want to be the one who has
4q ;.__>7"z to decide what should be done," Marmish said.
Marmish is holding a press conference this morning at
bAf 4t ?z 10:30: to discuss the investigation with members of the state
and local press.Aid .

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sessions setThe

Office of Student Financial Affairs will sponsor two
i i financial aid information sessions next week for residents of
Beaty Towers and Tolbert area.
going According to Steve Pritz, assistant director of financial
affairs, the previous sessions have been extremely helpful for
insane. ,students in understanding the complicated application
: procedure. _
The Tolbert Area sessions will be Wed. Jan. 29, in the
Weaver Hall recreation room at 7:00: p.m.
Spokesmen will be answer questions concerning deadlinesfor
applying for State, federal and UF financial aid programs,
graphics by ricK ros.n in addition to any other questions students may have.

Mentally ill turning to community center efforts I

By.TERRI WOOD "Feet at my door!I" Rosemary who runs the state mental hospital at Mac- drugs and be well within three weeks
j Alligator Managing Editor hissess..stares. at the fields of.pink and Clenny. without hospitalization, he said.
green roses stamped on her cotton quilt- she 'The brain may short-circuit from chemical Schizophrenia a catchall category for
EDITOR'S NOTE Nearly one out of the sets legions of shoed feet = A THOUSAND imbalance disrupting the usual flow of insanity, is the most common of severe mental
persons living I In Alachua County I In 1970, BLACK BOOTS MASH ME INTO THE impulses and the "person cannot select illnesses its origins unknown.
said they needed mental health care, according EARTH! MUDBLOODY SPIKED reality from fantasy," Burke said. MENTAL ILLNESS, as defined by-
to projections by a UF research team. HEELS One out of 100 Americans are professionals in the field, also includes mania,
Despite an estimated 19,000 self rated .. .she hears feet- shuffling, rap-tap-tat schizophrenic.*Eleven years was the average depression, anxiety, nervous habits, nervous
i! needers In 1970, only 904 county residents waiting..hears them rumbling, marching. stay for sohizophrenics in mental institutionsin breakdowns, alcoholism, drug addiction,
r used the low-cost community mental health TOES CRACK -' ANKLES SNAP the '60s,before the use of drugs developed unsuccessful lifestyles and problemsof
f programs In 197374. Today The Alligator ABOUT TO STAMPEDE MY DOOR! about 20 years ago, he said. coping with stress.
i examines mental Illness l In Alachua County ROSEMARY IS "freaking out" an experience THESE ""SUPER sedatives suppress Mental illness can apply to any state of .
t' and the progress of community mental common to paranoid schizophrenicsand delusions and hallucinations"* which cause, mind deviating from wellbeing.PROFESSIONALS .
) health centers I hi. combatting the problem. hallucinating: drug-eaters, ,a Gainesville "great states of fear and'anxiety," Burke said. SAY the origins of
psychologist, said. Hallucinations disappear as the drugs take mental illness are still speculations; they must
Rosemary sits on her twin bed, hairy white Thoughts get'scam bled. 2I I2 equals 5. effect slowly, over two.or three weeks. The often settle with treating the symptoms, not
y legs crossed in a bow. "Tic-toe people with Rationality is lost when perceptions of space= person calms down'to where you can talk to the causes.
frozen faces"she says and grins., .chews her and time become mirages. him. Burke said. Trying to cure mental illness is like "trying
I lips bloody mumbling graveyard visions her "The brain is a very complex computer.It If the first episode of schizophrenia is
n1ind'J-.reation., can short-circuit" said Dr. Fintan Burke, caught early, the person may be treated with (See page eight)

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Pag 2,Th.ln

Congress Ford seeks


agree on trying f,8 Xrt A E military aidfarEast

to compromiseWASHINGTON .. for

(UPI!) President Ford and

Congressional leaders agreed Tuesday to find a compromiseon
WASHINGTON (UPI) President Ford asked Congress
the recession and the .
action to ease energy shortage.The
Tuesday for another $522 million in military aid to South
spirit of compromise came a week after Ford used such Vietnam and Cambodia. saying "We cannot turn our backson
words as"nitpicking," "irresponsible politicking," "Diddlingand these embattled countries."

Dawdling" to Democratic-controlled Congress. Sen. Robert Byrd, D-W..Va., said Republican and

White House Press Secretary Ron Nessen, who attended the Democratic leaders informed the President "It would be
meeting of Ford and Congressional leaders, quoted Ford as extremely difficult if not impossible, to get the funds ap.

saying: "We are trying to be reasonable." proved.

Without $300 million in extra military aid, Ford siad
"Let's not have a confrontation it would destroy all our
the drain"
South Vietnam "may go down to military attacks
efforts," Nessen quoted Rep. AI Ullman D.-Ore., chairmanof LL from communist North Vietnam. He asked another $222
the House Ways and Means Committee. million for beleagured Cambodia Attn.l

and White House officials said the
Congressional leaders PRESIDENT FORD
Both presidential requests sought the aid funds for the
main area where compromise is needed are the opposing .asked Congress for$522 million aid current fiscal year ending June 30.
positions in their energy plans.Wednesday.

,OOR Israel agrees on troops pull-back I IUPI

WM; ;
/capsule ( ) Defense Minister Shimon Peres said Tuesday Israel that Israel move back to a new defense line 65 miles east of

would agree to pull its troops back to a new defense line 35 the Suez Canal there is no quick agreement on a troop with

miles east of the Suez Canal but will insist on keeping cap- drawal plan.
tured oilfields and strategic mountain passes in the Sinai "At this stage," Peres said, "There is room to talk about
desert.In withdrawal of 20 to 30 miles in the Sinai without the passes or

Goldwater Nixon the most specific presentation of the Israeli position to Abu Rodeis(Site of the Oilfields). All this is connected with a
: eyes date, Peres told a national television audience the range of political return from Egypt"

pullback--between 20 and 30 miles eastward .. "Is the .
gettingback into politicsWASHINGTON .. government policy." Peres said the Cabinet of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin
>> Israel's forward troops in the Sinai peninsula now hold a had not been asked by the American government to draw
line about five miles east of the canal. maps of its specific pullback offer "in geographic terms.

(UPI) .. Sen. Barry Goldwater said Israeli reports earlier said the United States will suggest' only in political terms."

Tuesday former President Richard M. Nixon told him he
would like to get back into politics to help the Republicanparty.

Stocks trade for second dayUPI
Goldwater said he met with Nixon in San Clemente, Calif., big I
last week and discussed the possibility of Nixon someday
returning to "The political arena" as a spokesman for the
GOP. ( ) .. A two-day record surge of trading on the stock hours Tuesday, trading ran well ahead of Monday's record
"We discussed whether he would be accepted back into the market led to optimistic predictions Tuesday that the pace but slowed in the last two hours.
party's affairs," Goldwater said, "And I told him I thought he recession might end within six months."It Kevin McNamara a trader for Rotan Mosle, said large
would be. looks pretty good," said one economist. investors such as mutual funds, that had been "sitting on a
"My mail shows there s no lessening of interest in him Nearly 64 million shares were bought and sold on the New lot of money" waiting for the market to start its rise bought
within the party." Goldwater said. "After all, he had millions York Stock Exchange Monday and Tuesday in the two most large blocks of stocks.
who voted for him. frenzied days of activity in the market's I 183-year history. Prices generally were higher. The key indicator of price
"Of course there is the question of when his health would Tuesday's volume was 31.76 million shares traded second movement the Dow Jones industrial index, rose 2.11 to
permit it," Goldwater said. only to.. onday's record of 32.13 million. In the first four 694.77. Monday, the index soared 26 points.

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:. ,*M ..,Independent Florida Alligator,Wednesday,January 49, 1975. Pag*3.Lobeck

I to investigate bookstore Servomation I

By GARY BALANOFF found the buy-back rate for used student
Alligator Staff Writer books at bookstores especially hard to un- t >t ,
derstand. e
Dan Lobeck, secretary of consumer affairsfor The rate was lowered from 60 per cent to 50
Student Government, said he would findan per cent last year.
accountant to check the Campus Shop and "WE MAKE sufficient profit 'to stay in to<
Bookstore financial records., business" Schiffli said., He said the 1.7 per
Lobeck's statement came after a two-hour cent profit was as low as it could be to /
meeting Tuesday with Richard Schiffli, UF maintain enough cash flow to meet operating
business manager, in which complaints about expenses. .
excess bookstore profits and lack of com- "We will not compete with discount '
petition for Servomation's food contract were stores," Schiffli said.
voiced. "Either there's something internally that's
"WE'VE GOT A 1.7 per cent profit marginnow eating up the money" or the store is making'excess
," Schiffli said of the bookstore. "We profits, Lobeck said.
shoot' for a low profit and we achieve a low "I DON'T THINK you've found the facts"
profit." Schiffli told Lobeck.
Lobeck said profits were being made In an "The points made there are valid" Lobeck
effort to please local political figures. He said of the food service's lack of competition U4 4J
and the bookstore'profits.. r
... .
"You do and I don't as far as the food
Five autos service is concerned" Schiffli said. "I'm well SERVOMATION

satisfied with the local management" of Lobeck
.contract renewal under questioning by Dan
Servomation he said.
LOBECK contended no one had been president was informed of the contract "IF THERE IS general satisfaction with it '
informed last February when Servomation's expiration. (UF food service), I'd have to have a lot of
contract to supply UF with food service was Lobeck said other agencies, such as The good reasons to change it," Schiffli said.
automobiles i in two campus parkinglots renewed. Alligator, should be informed when the Lobeck said there should be open bidding for
were burglarized Monday night, ac- Schiffli said Tyrie Boyer then student body contract runs out. the contract.
cording to University Police DepartmentUPD But Schiffli said there was no reason to
( ) reports. change."I .
UPD Public Information Officer Jim Stafford Moaned" to assis'tYorkStafford's can't remember in the past four years
Shuler said two of the cars were parked in the that I've had a personal complaint against.
Jennings Hall parking lot. and three in the UF Director of Planning ahd Analysis services to York because the administration Bob Overton (Servomation manager),"
Resident D parking area near FraternityRow. Joseph Stafford is on temporary assignmentin "is very much aware of our Schiffli said. "He's done an excellent job for .
Tallahassee to assist State University office's support for Dr. York's program. his company. I'm not real excited about
Property worth more than $500 was System Chancellor .. designate E.T. York "We will do everything we can to help the rocking the boat."
reported missing from the cars Shuler said. prepare a legislature. new chancellor get his feet on the ground,4'Fox Lobeck persisted in saying there was no
Shuler said all of the cars were entered by Although Stafford still draws a UF salaryhe said. attempt at competition with the way Ser-
prying open a vent window with an will spend most working days in the state York is the former director of UF's Institute vomation operates.
unidentified sharp object. capitol. of Food and Agricultural Sciences "You can say there was insufficient input"
Four of the five cars were Volkswagens. Dallas Fox planning and analysis associate and was UF's interim-president from June Schiffli told Lobeck and his undersecretary
Shuler said. director, ,said UF consented to "loan" 1973 until last summer. John Burkett. "My feeling is that there was."


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Pot, 4,.The Independent! ,Florida Alligator,Wednesday, January ]975 1 o y v

I City continues cable TV talksBy

RENA EPSTEIN run for reelection to the commission he said this is the "first
Alligator Staff Writer time a non-candidate has been attacked by the press."
There have been questions about whether Butler, who
Gainesville City Commissioners voted 2.3 Monday night resigned in his first term*can run for a third term.
against a motion to break off negotiations with the Alachua THE CITY CHARTER limits commissioners' to two JOHN '_ _
County Commission over creation of a joint board to supervise consecutive terms.Gainesville .
cable television., city commissioners also took the first step HUSTON'S
The motion will force the two commissions to continue towards restoration of Hotel Thomas by approving plans for h r.
negotiations next Wednesday when the Regional Utilities building section B. RAT
Board meets. The commission also approved letting bids for the con
COMMISSIONERS James Richardson and W.S. "Tiny"( struction beginning Feb. 4.
Talbot voted to break off discussions immediately but were _
overruled by the votes of commissioners Joe Little Russell CITY .

Ramsey and Mayor Neil Butler.
The county commission voted 3-2 last Tuesday to amend WHAT'S is a classic-full of '
the joint agreement which would place three county and three _
city commissioners on the cable-television board.In gutsygrittyrealism-|

other business, the commission deferred approval of the By STEVE PROCKO that will defy the
downtown plaza reconstruction until they receive citizen Alligator Staff Writer "
reaction to the plans.A passing of.years!

RECOMMENDATION by City Manager B. Harold DISCUSSION GROUP on Eckankar will be held tonight at -A/ hsr Wmslsn,NY Post

Farmer to approve the plans was referred to the City 7:30: p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union room 333. COLUMBIA PICTURES and
Beautification Board. CREATIVE INTELLIGENCE will be the topic of the lecture RASTAR PRODUCTIONS Present
Mayor Butler handed over the Mayor's gavel to Talbot and held this evening at 8 p.m. in McCarty Auditorium. For STACY KEACH
defended himself against a recent editorial in the Gainesville further information call 3727550. JEFF BRIDGES TYRRELLm,
Independent which said "this community needs a rest from EAG MEETING: Environmental Action Group will meet SUSAN JOHN HUSTON-
Neil Butler." tonight at 7:30: in the J. Wayne Reitz Union room 346. For RAY STARK PRODUCTION
Although Butler still has not announced whether he will uFAT CITV".Scr.enplay by
further information call 3921635. LEONARD GARDNER
STUDENT SUPPER: sponsored by University United based Produced on hit by book RAY STARK
Methodist Church and Wesley foundation will be held tonightat Directed, by JOHN HUSTON

Suspecf arrested 6 p.m. at 1320 W. University. For further information call I G I...taonu.........WMUKI?-.M.n( wccnnt_......?>....I I
3728183. Admission is $1.
RED EYE OF LOVE is being presented in the Hippodrome
THUR. JAN. 30 7:00: ; 9:30: SOC
By JOE MORAN Theatre today through Sunday and Feb. 5-9. For informationand
FRI. 6 SAT. JAN. 31 & FEB. 1
Alligator Staff Writer reservations call 373-8375.
5:00: 8:00: 11:00:
; ;
JOURNALISM COLLEGE COUNCIL: will meet tonight at
The University Police Department (UPD) .investigation 7:15: p.m. in the Stadium room 226.
division has solved 24 dorm room thefts, Public Information BENTON ENGINEERING COUNCIL will meet Thursdayat
Officer Jim Shuler said Monday.The 7:30: p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union room 123. For
thefts included several in a series of dorm robberies further information call 3778737.
which occurred during the weekend of Jan. 1012. The thief FELLOWSHIP AND PRAYER MEETING: will be held a NEW PATHS FORSELFDISCOVERY
entered unlocked dorm rooms while the occupants were Thursday. It is being sponsored by Intervarsity Christian
sleeping Shuler said. Fellowship in the J. Wayne Reitz Union room 221 startingat
THE CASES were solved when a 16-year-old Gainesville 4:30: p.m. For further information call 378-0759. '
youth was arrested on Jan. 23 on charges of trespass after CIRCLE K: will meet Thursday at 6 p.m. in the J. Wayne
warning, Shuler said. Reitz Union room 150C. For further information call 392-
Shuler said larceny charges had not been filed against the 8812.
youth by Monday afternoon.The SIMULATED COMBATEES: The Simulated Combat Club A series of Informal lecture-discussions on various topics
juvenile has not been charged with the larcenies will meet Thursday at 7:30: p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union concerning personal growth and development.HOW .
because he was recently released on probation from a halfway room 346. For further information call 3783434.
house and he may be returned to the house on the LAYOFF DEMONSTRATION: will be held for all faculty TO TELL SOMEONE WHAT YOU REALLY MEAN
trespass charges Shuler said. career service employes and students in support of the call for
ACCORDING TO Shuler. the youth had been asked to administrative responsiblity no layoffs without a public Shoe Graham Kosch, Ph.D., Clinical PsychologistDavid
leave the UP campus on two separate occasions. During one hearing on the university budget. The demonstration will be Panken, Counseling Intern
of the incidents the youth was warned not to return. held at 4:30: p.m. Thursday in front of Tigert Hall. For further Cathy Oven M.S.W. Clinical Social
The youth was arrested by UPD when he was found information call 377.1458 or 3785229.
sleeping in the third floor study lounge of Trusler Hall Shuler YOUNG DEMOCRATS: will meet Thursday at 7:30: p.m. in WED., JAN. 29 7:30.9:30 p.m.
said.After the J. Wayne Reitz Union. For further informationcall 373- Lounges 122 & 123 JWRU

his arrest officials discovered he had a stolen wallet 2271. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Sponsored by the J. Wayne
and a stolen watch in his possession Shuler said. BLOODMOBILE: For absolutely nothing you can give blood* Reitz Union and Student Mental Health Staff.
Shuler said the youth admitted to the 24 larcenies during Thursday from 9 ''a.m. to 2:30: p.m. in the Plaza of the
questioning. Americas. For further information call 3776905.



I County to fund comprehensive drug programBy

DOUG HATCH ministration Department Metamorphosis and the Bridge
Alligator Staff Writer House until Sept. 30. ,
In other business the commission voted to merge the
Alachua County's Comprehensive Drug: Program will be Suicide and Crisis Intervention Center and the Alachua {
funded entirely by the county government this year the County Information and Referral Service.. '
Alachua County Commission decided Tuesday.Two The Intervention Center asked to be merged, with the
commissioners. Jack Durrance and Tom Coward county center after the Gainesville City Commission 'decided
recommended the county appropriate $79,941.50 orginally to cut off funds for'their programs when the fiscal year ends in
earmarked to match federal money to fund the program. September. .
COUNTY Administrator Howard Weston reported to the Although the 'merger will occur sometime this year the
commission earlier this month that two county applications exact date is still undetermined. -
for federal money were being held up Washington becauseof The commission was also presented with, basic plans for the Cam'"""
'a lack of funds. new Alachua County Judicial Center which is scheduled to be tsy
The county money will fund the Drug Program Ad.@llIJJ@ built this y ar. '

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Dr. John Reiskind MEDITATIONAs ,

speaks on taught by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi may curtail


nH Will GIVE YOUProfound :
I rest for the BRUCE MORRIS
G:. body Alligator Staff Writer
I Rtleate of tlretitntion ,
ht I A clearer ..horp.rfr The,Board of Regents will
.mind Increased efficiency, vote Monday on a proposal to
? Ay and iklll study the possibility of
I Greater satisfaction In eliminating freshmen classesat
your|ob.your family life,
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FREE LECTURE TONIGHT recommendation was
, Wed. Jan. 29 made by the finance com
McCarthy Auditorium mittee last week.GOVERNOR .
ordered the university systemto
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keep year's budget at
ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION CROUP this year's level of $319
New regent Marshall
Harris a member of the
finance committee, said
GET Tuesday, "It i is quite obviousto
me we have to curtail size."
Mautz said if the Board
approves the recom-
mendation, his offfice will
MUGGED I" conduct a study and report
back to the Regents at its
March meeting for a final

H for SEVERAL the question legislatorsraised of the

: legality of any regents' actionto
eliminate the freshmen
classes'-since the universitiesare
S funded by the legislatureas
$1.95 four-year institutions.
Attorney General Robert
Shevin is studying the matter.
Shevin's executive assistantJim
Barnett said he knows of
no formal request for an

tffim opinion.Shevin is studying it
because it may be that any
BOR action may have to have .
cabinet approval he said.
HARRIS, A former
legislator, .said, "We (the
regents)have the perfect rightto
do it."
However, it will have to be
submitted to the legislature in
r '. the university funding bill
where it can be counter-
> manded, he
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I Also Harris said, the
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cabinet sitting as the board of

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universities, Harris said,
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shift enrollment to the junior
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RevolutionSome ,.ii4aPiea9E '4vi ,

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are calling it a revolution, the Revolutionof / '

'94. ///iV *
No one is sure how it started, no one expected it,
but when a freshmen-dominated 94th Congress
convened this month it came in like a blast of fresh

air blowing through the dusty halls of a historical

monument called Capitol Hill.New .

and returning mavericks, owing political
alliance to no one, have, in the first few weeks of

the session, made spme serious inroads into such q

hallowed institutions as the 65-year-old seniority '; rr

system and secret Senate committee sessions. / b t ,ir
They have followed it up with assaults on the

age old right of filibuster and the monarchial

powers of committee chairmen.And VNONOVOU STUPID DOG. WE'RE LOOKING FOR V1ULIANS\ *
in the forefront of the scuffle have stood

some of Florida's own representatives, Sen.

Lawton Chiles and Rep. Dante Fascell. ?
It was Chiles, along with Delaware RepublicanSen. How about private police

William Roth who successfully pushed a
resolution through the Senate caucuses last weekto
require, for the first time in its history, open In yesterday's column I reviewed some of the safeguards in
the criminal justice system and found them lacking. I
Senate committee meetings.And .
promised to "something better," so here goes.
propose ( BRIAN DONERLY )
it Fascell who with Chiles
was jointly For the past three years I have been advocating free
sponsored a rules change to make all House- market solutions to everything from heroin use to the energy
Senate conference committee meetings public. crisis. So, it would seem logical to examine possibility of
Two years ;ago Fascell led a successful fight to the free market supplying one more service: police protection. consumers would be paramount. It seems unlikely that arrests
REMOVING THE state from the equation obviously would be high on the consumers' list of wants.
House committee. meetings.If .
open ,removes the politically inspired institutional pressures. This I In fact we had some indication of that in the story of the
the measure is adopted by the full Senate and believe, is essential. There are not many people like Henry too-nice cop. The general populace was overjoyed with his
House, the public will be, for the first time in the Murren (the too-nice cop; see yesterday's column) who can performance. Only the political figures desired his removal.
nation's history, able to view the inner workings of resist that pressure. And, since Henry Murren was operating in a political, rather
Congress and be able to determine who is More typical is the story of George Kirkham a criminology than market arena he was sacked.IF .
responsible for the passing or killing of major professor at Florida State. Kirkham decided he had to workas THE agency employing Murren had been a private
a policem'an if he were to really understand them. So, he company instead of the state he would have been a prized
legislation.That convinced the sheriff of Duval County to take him on as a asset. He was impressing the consumers. This would have to
in itself is fine, but still isn't enough, and rookie cop. be good for the agency.
the gentlemen from Florida know it. So the pressures that the market would bring to bear beginto
And so Chiles, for the third time in as many emerge. Their thrust would be toward pleasing the
years, like Don Quixote forever trying to tip over [ OPINION ) customer, the person who wants protection.Since .
each contact with the public would be one with
that windmill, has reintroduced his Federal
potential customers the police can hardly be in a position to
Government-in-the-Sunshine Act which would Kirkham "tried not to get caught up in the things rough up suspects. will be bad for business. Those that do
require not only Congress but all federal agenciesto policemen do-all their little sins and banalities." However will be summarily dismissed not promoted.
open its meetings to the public. he was soon sipping free Cokes at Jacksonville drive-ins just These agencies will have to bear in mind that they exist at
And this year there are signs that the windmill like one of the boys.EVENTUALLY the consumer's sufferance. If they have no customers they
he was confronted with a foul-mouthed can't continue to exist on stolen (taxed) funds.
be with 24 nine
swaying, including
may long-haired suspect. His reaction in his own words: "The next OF COURSE, there are many possible objections to such a
Republicans, co-sponsoring Chiles' bill. thing I knew, I had grabbed that kid by the shirt and scheme. One of the ones most often heard goes like this:
The act would allow closed meetings only when slammed him against the wall and I'm saying something like, Customer A subscribes to defense Agency X while customerB
necessary to protect national security information, 'Shut your damn mouth punk!I'"' subscribes to Defense Agency Y.They have a disagreement.Each .
the identitiy of secret law enforcement agents,'the He regretted the incident later,. but that didn't do much for reports it to his respective agency and war ensues.
reputations of accused of crimes and the suspect. This line of reasoning ignores the nature of market forces.A .
The lesson it would seem is that the pressures to conformto (if between
war fights non-states can be so named) is hardlya
legitimate trade secrets. And even in these cases it
the system are overwhelming. profit-maximizing strategy.. It would seem much more
will require an open vote to close a meeting, and a So what would a free market system of police protection do reasonable (and profitable) for our agencies to submit the
specified reason must be given. for us? whole mess to Arbitration Agency Z.
The act is modeled after Florida's own NATURALLY, there would be pressures here as well. But AT ANY rate if someone were ever allowed to set up one of
would the pressure be for the same type of performance? these .
Government-in-the-Sunshine law..Though no one things. I know who his first employe should be.
1 would think not. In the marketplace the desires of the Henry Murren.
is claiming Florida to be a shining example of ,

open government, we've had too many indictmentsand
investigations of public officials in the last

year to say that. The Independent David Smith Terri Wood "
But neverthe less, Florida's Government-in-the- Editor-in-chief. Managing Editor'Florida ;

Sunshine law is still recognized as a progressivemodel Alligator .
of open state government.And :
we hate to keep bringing this up but the all/ QmeilccH;
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I Total Woman lacks selfconfidenceWant I

to make your man happy? TilE WOMAN must also lack self-confidence because she
Become a Total Woman. How? Take the Total Woman is willing to subject herself to the domination of another SUE VALEK
course based on the book by Marabel Morgan. The course is human being. She cannot find happiness on her own; she him-her. He-she can now function as an independent entity.A .
currently being taught in Gainesville much to the chagrin of must derive it secondhand, through her husband's hap- PERSON who needs to be involved in 'a power
local feminists. piness.If relationship cannot function as an individual for the power
THE POINT OF THE course is to teach women how to we have become willing to accept the above as an accurate relationship! requires at least two participants who are
make their husbands happy, which will in turn, make these portrayal of human nature, we are indeed in sad shape dependent on each other.
women happy. and we need more help than Mrs. Morgan's course can give The self-confident person is much freer. He-she can 'interact -
Personally, I prefer more direct methods of achieving I with others without needing the others to fulfill roles.
happiness.One course creates two carefully defined roles and teaches' Each can be accepted as an individual with his-her own
is inclined to question how Mrs. Morgan (I am sure she women how to install them in their marriages. No doubt unique ways of thinking and acting.
would prefer the traditional designation to the current Ms.) women who work at doing so find their husbands easier to get The need to categorize or stereotype would disappear if
could have drawn such a large following when she exhibits along with. there ever were enough of these free, self-confident in-
such a low opinion of human beings, both male and female. THIS IS NOT to'say, however, that a couple has necessarily dividuals.But .
SHE FINDS only two possible human personalities one improved their relationship. don't ever count on there being enough of these people.
for the male a complementary one for the female. Mrs. Communication is the answer each partner must be Society does not encourage the raising of free children: Nor
Morgan has no place in her scheme of things for the individual willing to get to know the other's feelings, to accept the otheras does it encourage the actions of free adults. The sacred status
; each man and each woman must act out a role. an individual, not as the actor of some role. quo is in danger when there are people who do not require
The characteristic common to Mrs. Morgan's males and Mrs. Morgan's techniques will treat the symptoms. society's sanction before they act.
females is a lack of self-confidence, which appears in the maleas Communication will treat the underlying disease.A THERE ARE few of these people however. For the others
a need to dominate another human being (Mrs. Morgan person who can reveal his-her feelings and be accepted by the vast majority there will always be people'like Mrs.
claims that treating the man as "lord and master" will make another is a self-confident individual. This person does not Morgan to offer them solutions for their symptoms, not for
him happy). have to expect another to enter into a power relationship with the real problems.

I I Violating nature's lawEDITOR I r

: I would like to support Dr. herself. UN
Odum's stance on agricultural methods For modern agriculture, this means EENf YNUTE.I
and rebut the criticism of Assistant Dean decentralizing production (more people
Wilkowske. Dr. Odum's favored themselves), returning
"pastoral system of lower energy organic nutrients to the soil (instead of
agricultural patterns that have long been polluting with them), and moving from
with us" have been with us for so long energy-intensive to labor-intensive
because they are based on the main production.A .
tenance of soil fertility. FOURTH requirement, which involves .
Modern technological food production consumers as well as producers, is a .
in sharp contrast ignores i inherent fertility shift in dietary habits toward vegetable
because it can be "replaced" by aritifical proteins which tax our resources so much tc
sources of nutrients and pest controls for less than meat production. These ,
less-than-heavy plants. Add to these a measures constitute a way of life for ,
near-total mechanization and you have an millions like the Chinese who have
astronomical energy input. Food maintained fertile soils and dense
production which Mr. Wilkowske terms populations for over forty centuries.
"amazingly efficient" doesn't even come Contrast this to what we Americanshave
close to returning in food energy the done in less than two ,centuries. h n
calories of energy input.IT Driven by our infamous "frontier men-
IS foolish to blame age-old tality", we have paid little attention to
agricultural methods for the recent rising maintaining a fertile soil for future Poor basketball courts
tide of famine and malnourishment. It's generations. Through the massive relianceon I
time we recognized the unpleasant reality chemical fertilizers and pesticides, we
behind this stan'ation and malnutrition. have sacrificed the soil's stored fertility to and bad language labs
When a given population exceeds the immediate gains in yield. Yet without its
ability 'of its environment to sustain it. inherent store of fertility, our cropland has
Nature must intervene. become totally dependent on artificials. EDITOR Taking a with 20 or more sections of he is at the Rat purchasing
There must be a'reduction in numbers, ONE OF THE fundamental laws of foreign language? Have you languages offered, has the sustenance so he will have
a change in habits or both such that the Nature declares that there shall be a tried to use the language lab most pathetic lab facilities enough energy to put more
Earth can once again maintain the balance between the processes of growth yet? Well when you do try to this side of Vung Tau out of order slips on the
population. Man, uniquely, has the abilityto and decay. Modern technological hold your temper.: I have not (Vietnam). Seventy-two plug. language booths.SPEAKING .
comprehend such laws and adapt agriculture all but ignores this maxim. He been able to hold mine and as in booths are at the disposalof OF THE lab.
himself to their constraints. Until we start who violates Nature's laws is always a result I have written this the concerned language if one would like to hear one's
returning into balance with the Earth, brought to trial. And is always convicted. letter. student. But wait, only 31 of second Spanish lesson one
Nature will continue to tip the scales Peter M. Burkard 3AG THIS FINE (?) university, them work. This means if 20 can dial it and hear it playedin
sections have a ten per cent four different languages. A
lab use rate and there are an friend of mine taking German
average of 30 pupils per class reports picking up a little
I I I' 60 people will show up to use Swahili in the process of
In search of atmosphere
a quiet the facilities and 23 or them learning the European
will have to wait forty-five tongue. The poor lab workers
EDITOR Cymbals bells and chants blend together in a hamper the studies ot'those students in the library.As minutes or more to use the put in such a tough day tryingto
rhythmic song as the Hare Krishna followers express no one to my knowledge, has written this quarter I lab. What is tragic is thereare make everything work one
themselves each noon on the Plaza of the Americas.It offer my humble services.As more than 20 sections of wonders how they have any
is wonderfulihat in this country many diverse groups are a member of the university student body. I feel I have a languages offered and the energy to, study at night.
able to express themselves in some manner.It right and a need to study aid, to obtain the most from my difficulty is not one of This institution is not only
is also wonderful that in this country many people are studies a relatively noise free atmosphere is necessary. shortages of funds but in. the biggest in size in this state
able to attend a university in order to study and increase their Logically I would say that the library is the best place to enjoy competance in the ad- but it is the biggest rinky-
knowledge.Each this quiet atmosphere. But. alas I am {proven' wrong. ministration (Ho-hum what dink put-on, plastic, back
quarter someone writes a letter to the paper complaining Perhaps the Krishna followers do not realize their music else is new?). ward unorganized, inefficientred
that the Krishna followers are a nuisance and hampers the studies of those in the library. If anyone is In talking to one, of the herring that I have ever
reading this letter ,who is of the Krishna belief, and. who department heads I found experienced-excluding: the ..
participates (in the chanting sessions please take note your that Tigert Hall once gave the Navy. Besides that the )
The Independent music is a distraction to the students in the library. language department funds basketball facilities stink!
If the purpose of the chanting is to increase the number of and the authority for WHEW! I don't know how
Florida Alligator Krishna followers I would have to argue in view of the maintenance of the lab, but I got from the language lab to

'\ reaction of my fellow students that the effect,,, ... is, ...just. ,the.. now,,all that has ,been switched the gymn,but,it felt good.' By
,r' Doug Dial ". \Ron, ,Cunhingh6ih'Ent.rtoinle.nt l ,:, opposite. f : : 'to'a central audio-visual the way if you do 'see the
Editor' Auociate Editor If the purpose is mere enjoyment and expression then thereis department for reasons of language lab technician at the
,d'I' a great Jack of consideration on the part of the Krishna efficiency and economy. This Rat tell him take some of the
George" Kochaniec Jr. followers. new system is so economicalthe out of order signs oft the
Photo Editor Perhaps it would be better,for all if the Krishna followers technician never shows up booths. It looks less obvious.
Ferrer ,Mind! KetmonAist. would restrict their musical rituals to another time another (Testimony of the lab And good luck in the lab.
Greg Editor News Editor place. or better jet both. workers) even though he is You'll)) need it.Jim .
Phyllis H. Chambers 4AS getting paid to do so. Perhaps Hornsby JASTh.lnd.p.nd.nt


..* t.Hi* lndpndnt Florida Alllaator.! Wdnidav.Januaiv 29. InS .

I Exiles from society theyFrom

J An Alligator special red

( page one) as being something curable," she said. But the green intern from Santa Fe maybe a doctor's fee-to get rid of a spouse
INSIDE, A LONG empty corridor leads to Community College came back and "aftera and make room for a lover, put away kinsfolkand
to fix a TV set" blindfolded by poking at it witha a small lobby overlooked by the nurses' week, I noticed the staff really cared and got end property disputes, or remove a
yardstick, and just asfmstrating.according station a glass observation booth with a involved with the patients," Welch said. "I community nuisance. Wasn't such an un
to a staff psychologist at the Mental Health hole to talk through and a slot for passing out found the patients have a great deal left in common thing, mental health workers in
Clinic in Gainesville. Gainesville recall.
them you can still relate to.
THE NATIONWIDE READMISSIONrate ward provides the comfortable "A TREMENDOUS VARIETY of people"come Crazy people from these parts got sent to
to state mental hospitals is about 50 per isolation of a cheap motel. Unknown peoplein to the fourth floor ward, he said. "Yousee Macclenny, about 50 miles north of
cent, Burke said. But "when community everyday clothes mill around the lobby, every type of person going through all Gainesville by a barely two-lane road cut
mental health centers get going, no one listening to the radio, grubbing a smoke, kinds of problems." through pine scrub forest and one-gas-pump
should have to come back to state hospitals." flipping through magazines.The Ideas change after working on the ward. towns.
The North Central Florida Community longest stay at the ward is 15 days. Fear dissolves. Social barriers break down IF THERE WASN'T any room at Mac-
Mental Health Center operates services in Then it's back home-maybe with treatment which houses about
when you realize it's a very thin line between clenny, 1,000 patients,
Alachua and nine other counties. These continued at community centers or off to in the Alachua
sanity and insanity or no one would have people were put County jail in
facilities are designed to treat people while Macclenny for a longer stay. bothered to keep so many docile, mixed-up, cells with prisoners to wait for a vacancy.
they continue live and
work in their
innocent people locked away from the rest of Used to be people committed to stateS
communities on a pay-as-you're able plan. "They ain't got all the nuts us.
Facilities for Alachua County,
headquartered in Gainesville, include in- locked up..there's ore'nwhat's Brockington said when she first came to the
ward, "I really thought everybody here's
patient and 24-hour emergency services at
Alachua General Hospital, outpatient and locked up walkin'S crazy" !', .1 I found out..very quicklyit it was a
walk-in treatment at the Mental Health the streets." lie.
Clinic partial hospitalization and day-care at Ask a, client at the New Dawn day-care
the New Dawn. -former Macclenny patient center .. what's wrong with you?. Whit
makes you--different.that is, why were

The metal-plated door to the psychiatricward SLEEPING FIVE in a room, there's not you put away? And she says, one mar-
in Alachua General Hospital unlocks by much privacy, but the patients build their shmallow white hand sliding back and forth
remote control from the nurses' station own walls. As a woman discharged from over the other in her lap-she "couldn't cope."

signaled by a dead-tone buzz. They have to Macclenny said, "What's one crazy person Psychiatrists may have diagnosed her
Keep it locked newborns cribbed on the want (to look at other crazy people tor?" behavior as catatonic schizophrenia, in-
other side."PEOPLE. "The I public doesn't really understand volutional melancholia, obsessive-compulsive
TREAT mental illness as mental illness." said Chloe Smith, a social neurosisto name a few of the kaleidoscopic
(though it's something you just don't accept," worker on the ward. About 75 per cent of the categories of mental illness.
says a nurse on the .1-11 p.m. shift, whb's beenon people here sutler from depression, she said. For clients and counselors who reject
the ward nearly two years. "Only about live per cent are the 'raving' kind diagnostic labels for behavior, "problems in
Nurse Earne tine Brockington explains you always hear about." living that people can't cope with" has .
"People don't know what to say to Ken Welch hadn't spent his first live becomethe sloganthat swallowed the stigma
patients.1 minutes on the job when they told him to take of mental illness. S '
I'hey leel\ (the need (to lie to the patient. oil his glasses and help wrestle a violent male THE PROBLEM with labeling is its lack of
or he may get violent." patient under control. Welch didn't show up practical application in treatmentcomparedto 41a
"A lot ol'pl.pledon't look itt mental illness (the next day. the damage of linking mental illness with f 4
disease. ,.

." The arguments are often theoretical, basedon
1 1Mci t' people's attitudes toward illness as
I something ,beyond their control. to be
\ 'cured by doctors. That approach leads to "This man lived among the
asylumsa blind alley to recovery. gravestones > No one was strong
"Am I crazy? Does this mean I'm getting'sick enough to control him. All day long
1' S j 1l: ?" is what a lot of clients ask Hyatt at the and through the night he would
first session, he said.
What good would it do to tell the guy he's wander among the tombs screamingand
4Q' schizophrenic? an intern at the clinic cutting himself with sharp
% reasoned. To help people with their problems
asylums lost their civil there wasn't
rights, so
"you have to know what it means to them-
where their heads are at." Hiram Ruiz said. any injustice about keeping them with
rr WHATS' MORE, there's no prescribedcure convicted felons, except they were innocent.
tor diagnosed disorders. "Treatment "The thing in Florida is to lock people up,"
differs with each client."Ruizsaidand S superintendent Burke said. It's the safe way
v4s to handle
mental health worker "has his own style." problems.
What's worse, "A lot of people come in Burke described his institution as "one of
the better sankepits," built in the 1950's. It'sa
expecting us to have magical answers for their
J/ problems." he said. But resolution is the sprawling complex of low level rust brick
client's task, with guidance from counselors. buildings on spacious manicured grounds
surrounded by forest.
Most community mental health workers
claim they use labels as shorthand for ABOUT TIiREE OR FOUR years ago
characteristic behavior. when Burke came to Macclenny, he said a lot
f It's much easier to call someone of teenagers had been committed by their
schizophrenic than to say so-and-so has a parents. Especially young girls whose parents
thought disorder, is out of contact with reality thought, were having premartial sex.
and his thinking doesn't make sense. Parents had their children committed as
PROFESSIONALS CLASSIFY behavior schizophrenics, Burke said, on the reasoningthat
disorders into five main catagories, including their children had been brought up right
and would never have done those things if
thought disorders, another staff psychologistat
the clinic said. they weren't crazy.
Conditions in Florida officially changed
July 1, 1972 when the Baker Act went into
"If there wasn't any room The Florida Mental Health Act. proposedby
state Sen. Maxine Baker, guarantees civil
Macclenny people were In rights and human dignity to all persons admitted
to mental health facilities.
the Alachua County jail." ALTHOUGH RELATIVES, law enforcement

: officers doctors or a group of three
citizens can bring a person's sanity under

examination, involuntary hospitalizationmust
be court ordered, after a hearing, according
USED TO BE some people got years of to the law.
photo by chip him care against their will at state mental It permits involuntary hospitalization only

Television and magazines can no longer care for themselves. could hospitals be like committed Macclenny. Used to be a person if the person is judged mentally ill and eithera

something to time for two elderly These women spend the rest indefinitely, in- danger to himself or others, or incapable of
pass may of voluntarily, by his family, the sheriff or three caring for himself.
women at the state mental hospital in, their lives within the walls of these interested citizens, with the signature of two

Macclenny. The hospital's geriatric bleak confines, alone. doctors affirming incompetence.All .
"The time
has come for a bold new approach"
wards house the aged and senile who it took was an "in" with the sheriff-and to the problems of mental illness, the.In.


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f tby Terri! Wood ,, rji4:

I e President John F. Kennedy told Congress clients. "We" deal with behavior, attitudes and WITHOUT THE NEW DAWN, the clients T / ,' !.'.
i 1963. feelings he said. said they wouldn't have any place to go.
"First we must seek out 'the causes of THE CHANGE may come through "just Several have tried to get work, but no one
:ntal illness and mental retardation and talking with the therapist," or other methods wants, to hire an asylum parolee.
e dicate them."SECOND may be used to change behavior patterns "Why should I, leave Gainesville? I been
WE MUST strenghten'the group therapy, for example. here 24 years come the 15th, ,1'01 still
derlying resources of knowledge and above Community mental health workers "utilize myself, have to live with myself. My friends
of skilled manpower which are laws of learning to change behavior Starsaid. have to live with me.
essary to mount and sustain our attack on "We've come a long way since Freud.'" "I ain't gonna leave. I ain't done nothin',"
ntal disability for many years to come," he The therapeutic community is the mode of the old-timer from Macclenny argued
s d. treatment used at the Mental Health Center. defiantly. Someone had told him to leave 7
"Third we must strenghten and improve Therapy is a healing process "everything; Gainesville if he wanted a job.
programs and facilities serving then that goes about making a person well" saida "I. don't 'know how it happened," he said.
ntally ill and mentally retarded," Kennedy nurse at Alachua General Hospital."In He'd thought about it going crazy and
la 1,knowing his commission had condemned the \therapeutic community, labeling i is all he remembered was "my brother put me in
te institutions "human warehouses." not as important as solving problems," nurse the hospital.: And now the, injustice of
Bertha Carter in the psychiatric ward said. walking out to the 23rd Street Magic Market
Patients are regarded as people "with such- for a job. and losing it to a student. i

and-such a problem," not as sick people, she THE NEW DAWN'S work therapy SA
program is designed for people who want to 'x.
said.CARTER back in the routine. Five w,
SAID the staff and patients get eight-to-five daysa
together function as a therapeutic com- week though hours vary the work crew
munity. "If a person needs self-confidence we rakes leaves mows lawns parks' cars, 'sells
work toward that." sandwiches, picks pecans whatever'savailable.
Different methods for behavior + .. \.
Picking pecans up off the ground drop
are used in therapy, but most are based onpatients' them in a bucket. Squeeze two in your hand Dr. Finlan Burke superintendent of
interaction with others in the< meat the mental in Mac
and one cracks. Eating sweet pecanson statc hospital
community.Carter said a late fall day so sool it seemed like clenny, is critical ufthc' government'smethod :;J.
"many patients only need i a
when it '
morning was noon.
verbalize their ( handling its problem ,
place that's
problems all
Break for lunch in silent People
need." citizens. "The thing in Florida is to,
they other. .but
whisper. one alone. to each
"Just talk" may be underestimated as a the leaves chatter louder with the wind. lock: people 111'" in prisons or state
cure for mental illness. An intern at the Have to wait liar food to'come. One man institutions, he says. _
Mental Health Clinic said, "it's amazing how !stares down at his hands lingers laced at his

many people have no one to talk to. waist. Rocks evcNo-lliJiittly! in (the breeze "I'm' (tired ul'all the !shit { get because I'm ''',?
"OTHERS DON'T"KNOW how to verbalize like tall kelp ripples under waves. lelt: handed t !" !she l bellowed 1 when no one had : t
their Hiram Ruiz said. In ,
said! a thing. Her lace boiled led. She cried.
t' working with clients" "I 1 see myself as a "I have a secret. The secretis enraged,:!she cursed! the world and ran to (the ;.f t
<<; sounding board, he said. ','
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< "A lot of people come here with problem I like to paint fish pink.Alachua People in the work crew !seemed puzzled '"
," :i}, they need to work through," he said. "I 1 feel
'" "vj and embarrassed! like they wanted to do "l
the person has to be the initiator" in solving General -hutnoonedid..exccpttoturn
: his own problems.Ruiz psychiatric patientA their heads and watch her: go. f r
-PhOto'by chip 1ret said while counseling he tries to get! a i THEY SENSED her pain, and it embarrassed ,
it les i Then Jesus spoke to the client to see his own situation clearly and BLACK WOMAN sits alone beneath a them. For them the pain is always t\\
1e ion within the man. 'What is youre overcome blocks to self-awareness. He said he tree with translucent! yellow leaves !spoiled (here, in the groves in (their bedrooms in the ,.
?' Jesus asked and the demon may present his view of the situation to the green and !sunlight filters down in chunksof hospital! and uneasy !smiles of people they ,i
't tied, 'Legion for there are client as another way of looking at the gold and !shadow. And another black, knew before. -
". many problem. !stands still grinning but keeps flicking .pain creeps into the corners of their '
f: s here within this man. Most problems can be solved once they'rein his head to each side..got! to catch what's !.miles.l1uws hot and wet with tears and hides '
Mark 5:3.9 the open. Gaining new insights! and coming down. l behind eyes (hat avoid all contact afraid ..'
alternative ways of viewing problems is a goal "It's !such a handicap, being left-handed," !someone will !see what's: going on inside.
'WHEN THIS approach is carried out of group therapy. whined a thin sprite of a woman head capped( I And a !stall' member says, aside! "she's not
r lance' on the cold mercy of custodial GROUP THERAPY is a little like with !straight yellow hair. She spoke too, handicapped( because she's left-handed -
lation will be supplanted by the open streaking through a court room of your peers loudly crackling the air. she's! handicapped( because she's crazy."

rmth "of community concern and your hangups and handicaps are exposedto _: J:r.l:! 't; ., .. ,m ." 1<< _, :'J1IiIa. ... .0"..
c ability, Kennedy said. the third degree. At the New Dawn daycare -
ongress responded to his I message center they use group therapy to help
'Ming the Community Mental Health clients face reality.
ten Act in 1963 providing federal funds "Not everybody talks. You don't have to
community development of mental health talk," a soft-speaking, self-contained woman
client replied. "Some people talk too much.
k ICes.GOAL OF the Community Mental She said she doesn't place much stock in just
H '1th Centers Act is to establish a treatmentter talking."I .
[ for every 200,000 people in the country don't know what I get out of group
1 Doug Starr,director of Alachua County's therapy: or talking to doctors," said the
, ntal) Health Center in 'Gainesville. I woman with marshmallow white hands. She
St'arr's program' is part of the ten-county sat; on a sofa in the New Dawn living room,
S h Central Florida Community Mental big as a buddah."It .
H 'tn' Center, also headquartered in must help some" she said after some
G nesville. reflection. "I've been released (from Mac-

tarr said each center must provide fives rlenny) and they say I'm not crazy now."
of services to qualify for federal PEOPLE USUALLY come to the New
u tance under the act. Dawn -an ancient two-story mansion in the
addition to community hospitalization, student ghetto off University Avenue by
f ers must operate outpatient services so aon referral from Macclenny, the clinic, or
may consult a professional about an Alachua General Hospital.All .
wnai 1 (usually about 20)) enrolledin w tN
problem as easily as one would see of the clients
i ysician. the program are assigned to a group
ACU CENTER MUST provide 24hourrgency therapy, and also participate in either work or
service so that "persons in crisis sOcial activity therapy, according to their
a tions can be seen immediately;' Starr goals.;
a. Most of the mental health workers are
anial hospitalization in the community student interns, and they run a locker room
'I er day or night care -= is p also required. version of a therapeutic community there'sa
centers must provde consultation and a of play and wisecracks.A .
d "on services, he said to educate theo sense of humor is vital for coping with .- -
munity' about mental illness. reality. photo lfby george kochanlec: |Ir.

Carr s.aid most patients improve with One young man who returned ,to the New Weave a basket, paint a picture Hospital. Therapy is, a healing
tment in the community although "there Dawn) after he stopped taking medication down sculpt in clay it's all part of occupational process to help the patient regain
\ ? great personality change with most." while at college and "got bogged but therapy for patients on the self-confidence and a sense of '
hat mental health ," said "sure, it's a good,program-
counselors look for, he again ;
Alachua identity.
J is "a wasn't here." psychiatric ward of
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CUSTOM DESIGNED 10 x 50 :960 mercury comet' imp. rebuilt enginenew wanted quiet mature' responsible I roommate wonted to share room
Mobile Home, 2 BR, air" conditioned, brakes very reliable will lake best roommate own bedroom & bathroom, 'n a two bedroom opt' oak forest' opts
awning{; storm windows. built-in, offer co I evenings ot 377.7907 keep ulil Lo Bonne Vie, Apt' 306 377.7886 or i$76.14 a month'' immediate occupancy
storage Call after 5, Weekends, 378- trying' till, II (o.5t.66.p) 376.-8424 ((600 pm) ask for Nendo rent I call 377.5381 (b.5t.70-p)

7390 (A-6T-61.f) Antique 1953 Ford Truck body tire, $105.00 (BST-67P) h |HOUSE IN THE COUNTRY Eight mdes'to,

engine excellent' Needs Transmission, apt'to sublease available feb 24 close to PRESENTS Campus Credit Union has 1970 Toyota Coll David, 373.2224 keep trying/. (a-lOt- campus, 2 bat pool 172 mo 378.8336 I 372-2766 (b.Si.70.p)
land Cruiser, for sale 1973 Demon, 1971 66pj) after 5 pm ((8 10T67P) |large 'two br mobile home. furnished,
PURLY & THE WASTE BAND Pinto, 4 many'more used cars Call 392fjg lot. one mile
/ I \ 1973 Honda 350 Excellent' Condition, Sublet modern 1 bdrm opt by Feb I air conditioned" on spacious
fA.TQT67O ,
FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE with helmet. Call David, 373.2224 keep 150.00 mo unfurnished N W 261 h aye I from UF campus $140 per month, $50
74 kawasakl 250 fit excellent shape tty! ng Jo( .1 IQt-66.p) 378.0787 (B5T-67P) deposit i 377-0049 (b.\It-70.p)
MONDAY-WEDNESDAY must sell the perfect dirt and street 'ROOMMATE WANTED sublet o 4 bdrm
machine asking $775. call 372-7334 yashica, mot 124g, wide angle 8telephoto' WANT TO MOVE? fromTigert.
LADIES FREE-GUYS 75c50C preferablygfter 5 00 pm (o.51-66.p) lent converter. electronic If you desire 'to move from your present !apt oc. $93 pool mo shag contact carpet'the across place office
flash, and cotes for all, $225 not' to firm location we can rent'. sublet it' or find you
OFF ALL % lb. SANDWICHES Sutler bike 8 months, old perfect cond., 378-6360. (A-5T.69.P) o roommate immediately at NO COST. 'opt. 160 (b5t-70-p) _

75 OFF ALL PITCHERS ig SI65 now $99 or' best offer,. also flute with'' case like new, will sell at Call 'odayllUnIted !) I No deposit no lease house on lake SantoFe
Nikon, F wIth f T N meter very reasonable price, call 373.4604 Real Estate' Assoc Inc. I need one to shore with $100 mo util,
SPECIALS GOOD ALL DAY must sacrifice, ((229( or best offer, (afternoons or evening, ) (A-4T-69-P) 113 NE 16th Ave. 377.6992 (b.fr-55-c)) I Incld quiet carpet' dishwsr, porch. yard
toll J774436: (A-IOT-eSP)) Gardei'llApt House Trailer, 8 x 28 One Bedroom 3'd-peron.ne.dpd.for.freod
Stereo components. al wholesale prices Furnished' .. Shower Regrig Air conditioner coll.Steve.378.7255 (B3T68P, Immediate, Occupancy, 3 bedroom opt'.
to students' & staff I am 'the campus rep Water Heater Etc. 3788490 (IA. M or F housemate for 4 br brick house 'central heat' and air with'' pool. 215 .per
for a motor stereo dish, ,butor Call John 53 25""io i '. util 3 blks north of lib. W 'month'' call 373.2209 or 373 3464 (b 5t-'
1966 Chrysler Newport Blue white Op All '
ot 378-919? (A-5T 68 P) Don 3920359 (B.3T.68.P) <70.p I)
Power Air $300 378-8490 (a 3t9 p)
beautifully dopplpd'polamlno more 2 Bdrrn avail Univ Gardens .
opt Apti
attractive mover perfectly ..ound.ump.r. Yorkshire terriers. 2 male I female. AKCBKC -
Central AC pool $172.00 mo Call 376-
dressage, 3-day asking $2000 breeding. 377-0218 after 5:90. Price. ..
call 373-3091 (A-4T-68.P)' negotiable (A.5T9.P) 0699 or contact the office, (b.5t-66.p) ....\::.. :.>); ;; :. ::, :". ...:" .

old Nikon, 50mm I:14.$l50Nista;' 10 sp 2 bedroom 2 bath,' furn opt available feb ". ::Sammie;' ,@
BOA CONSTRICTOR 4 ft with' for
cage 1 and '
near country
w-rock.OO; new Davis rocket $25 campus
fr sale-best offer also plants, aquariums, new Add das ((7VI2) ; garden opts phone 378-1761 after 9 am of Lond
portable jji7l&W
'i.: fish" call DAVE 378.6633after ; ':" M !
(large oscor) typewriter.$20. Call Jen 377-0578) (A-ST. ((8..T-9.P) : .
6 pm (A }T 68 P) .: > Xfc
69 P .
) $125 Acreag..Dynoml'e home locatedon
1972 VOGUE mobile 12.70. Has den JUJliwAve.
fenced outside of city' )
acre. just
8 sanyo stereo' complete with'' receiver two .
bar kitchen, living room with, fireplace speakers bar turntable' dust Carpets drapes, air, heat' Kids and pets ;
2 br,..1 bath.., wall 'to wall carpet, central cassette recorder like new $130 373 cover-8876 OKU ((1215)) .. ,I'- 3774643" XKIO ..
air-heat. completely furnIShed.
after 6 pm. (A.2T-69.P) Open 9am to 8pm 377-6992
e ee Luxurious, economical, easy terms Call 2 bdr $150 house-Walk or bike to
373.1071 and leave nome and phone. For sale: men s sears 26 inch 10-speed from this and clean r
.P .bike Good condition $60.00 call campus spacious
(A 5T 68 ) sherry 2'05 4,4023rd
home No lease small deposit" Air, heat',
ot 377-4459 after 500. (A.5T-69-P) mi W IhA strut end
snow skies pair of head skies' boots and carpets patio, fully equipped kitchen soustv.eD 7:05 9:35
poles $120 for all! 376-8565 dennis (A- for f sole-guitar less ,than 6 months old ((1264))
ST-67-P) orig sold for 350$ will sell for 200$ must' Open 7 days 377-6992 WALT DISNEY'STECHNICOLOR'FMNAVIS10Ne
see to appreciate' 378-0747 (o-.t-69-p) $100 cottage nearby loke-Completely,
For Sale Soverign Bono, Five, string' $60 secluded amongst the pines and
If Interested, Coll 373.8704 (A.3T.68.P) Calculator HP-35 complete with flowers Rent could be much lower In
leather and full ,
case charger warrantee
exchange for workll Call today
$195 leave name and number at 377- .
STEVE HANCOCK'S 5989 ((0.It.70-p) Open 7 days 377-6992 \
14rttllatllt 135 Includes all utilities" -No lease or lostmonth ,. u" ,
1973 mobile home 12.60 2 bedrooms .J' -
Heat carpets, drapes, In ideal
AUTO REPAIRAll central air + heat fully furnished $1200
senie location Students and couplet
equity A assume notes of 75.77 month or welcomed Pets. Allowed ((1203))
Work make offer Janet 373-2064 ((0.7t.70-p)
Guaranteed Open 7 days 377-6992

FREEDOM: Step-van camper a-c, elect, Efficiency-oil util paid.low, low rent for r U 4V.
Major-Minor Repairs sink shag-carpet, tope-deck o once In a this" fully furn opt located in quiet' NW 2:40 4:25
lifetime, $995 call N W. nrh STlllt emit.
208N.W.10Av..m.5185THE' opportunity only area minutes from campus Air, heat,
6110 1:00 9:50
boscorelli 462.2505 or see at safari kitchen equipped ((1252)) 2"oUOUl'VUD :
campground in o loch up (5l-70-p)

HONDA SL.100 1971 good shape $200 United Real Estate, Assoc. iWiiWiR
also foSulous' step-van camper oc-, 113 NE 16th Ave.
elec. sink, shog-corpet, tope deck Open 9am'to 8pm 3776992B5T69C
see safari camp ground in ( )
olochuo (o-4t-70-p)

Sears ten-speed "Freespirit" with lock
and chain, two months" old. $70003425-
204( SW 2nd Ave. 373-6118 (o.5t-70-p) Room for rent Reasonable cost,, near
campus Mole only Call 378-2065
23" Men 10 speed Mercer excellent before 8 pm. (B.3T-69-P)
condition $90 or best offer call 376-0002
after 6:00: keep trying (3t-70-p) BEAT THE HOUSING SHORTAGE!

Assortment 100 books- twin beds other Now is the time to start looking for ,that 151 CMIr wle
FtSITYAVENUE 377 household goods 273-2761 (o-1t70-p) ideal horhe for spring or fall qtr. We

Slightly used Nemrod regulator and have many listings avail for ,then a ,
brand new scuba ,tank $130 or best small deposit can hold it for you Call tit! N, w. eTM 23.

offer Call George Palmer 373-6368 today 3776992NO

Keep trying (o-5t-70-p)
1968 Pontloc large station wagon AM-FM furnished units from $135 per month,' ;
radio factory air heater luggage rock. Includes water' sewage, garbage pick
power steering tope deck automatic up pest-control and yard core. Prairie
BANDFIRST super clean $750 378-5934 (o-it-70-o) View Mobile Village 378-"" or 373-

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roommate wonted to shore 3

bedroom house own room walking : With This Coupon
distance to campus $67 month + I 1.3 lee (3t.lr 0I
utilities. toll 378-9496 (B-5T-68-P) 1
student own bedroom in nice 3 bedrm 2 11
both' (furn opt AC central heel large yard fnikLwUrrfN.6l13 .
$60 per mo r 1.3 ulil 10 mm to U of F,' Tonight at
call 378-1208 onytime (B.4T-68.P) THE
The Connection
iIiPlus MOVE IN NOWI) Female roommate :
needed to'shore 1 bedrm opt In
Gotorwood. $93 month + ulil Pool I LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER
coble tv. Coll 373-5094 after S.69(\ -
Pj) I GOOD JAN. 29, 1975 WFERNQ

Roomofe wonted female -- $32.50 I now playing

inert quiet, responsible. 372-7580. BOBBY RAY COOLEY w
Between 3 i 9 (b-3t-69-p) I
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376-4446 GOlD & SILVER Top prices paid for clcs.
I > female .
roommate' wonted (for
rings old jewelry etc. conf,denliol cal narp ,'jcoya opt $65.month 3 Opening
Otne 373.3119. .
_es 378-SB86 C5T68P Good secretarial skills and general
THERE'S MORE roommate wonted fOr country living Liberal Mole Roommate Needed Own office, knowledge required Typing RAT
15 min to U off own bedroom at the
$65 ability 60-65 accurate words minute.Salaries
room in 4 bedrm, $80 00 moth + '" per
+ 1-3, util. ,
WITH liberal
j' TO SEE but mature call ,
.: utilities$75.00 deposit Village Apts, Call
chorlie at 378.4150 (day) (C.5T-63.P with andexperience.
( ) ofter 4 p m. 378.2802 (C 5T 67-P) commensurate
l CABLE TV 2 women to experience a form in C.A. mature female roommate wonted to Excellent fringe benefit
free lodging for help with chorei $300 shore bedroom furnished opt. spring and working condition with progressive
round trip by air ,if interested call 463 quarter $115 plus sy utilities vizcoyo firm
.w fJ 2668 No collect (C.5T.67.P) opts call Lori ot 378.5795 (C-5167-P) Qualified' and interested .applicant DIGITAL $19.50 UNISEX

Channel, A weather --------- male room ate wanted fully furnished contact Carolyn R. Miller, with Black,
I TV UPI News. New York I --1 opt at country' manor, $67.50 mo. + '/. Crow & Eidsnesi, Inc. 377.2442.
channel IDiEat1KEm' III $50.00 dep call 377.8066 anytime,
Stock Exchange, 2 FAX stations on Ii
Channel ls. and 9 FM and 4 AM I (C5T67P) An Equal Opportunity Employer
stations on the FM band.UNIVERSITY COLLECTOR'SPRINTS II 2 female roommates to share room in 2 Licensed real estate salesperson for
I II bdrm french qlr opt $50 mo + 'i'. ulil national company. Quarannled salary
CITY each move in feb 1 377-7833 Cindy or + commISsion. Call Gary or Susie 377- a ti1h

522 N. MAIN ST. I W. Unv. desperately need 1 roommate $67.50 and
t 17 Mature student with own car to pick
I month + ",. utilities, 2 bdrm
per at
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--'*-*! babysit 5 y. old'1:30-5 pm and do lighthouse
Brondwme Must be & lIberal.
neat .
Prefer work if willing salary commensurate Unique mirror-face, Lucite see-through back Imported Swiss-jeweled
serious students 377B884 (Joe or .
UNIVKKSITY{ (:ITY TRAVE1. UC Fred) (c.5t.66.p) P}) 373.4418 after 5 pm (e 4t 70- movement guaranteed(for 1 year Names(optional)up to 12 letters. Low

female to share room in 2 bedroom Help wanted' part time in afternoons to 'price includes postage handling, and wording case available in three
AH1TKAK.PLANE.SHII> T plush, opt.ndmeadows, $66 a mo + '/* do typesetting, must hove experiencealso colors Send check or money order to:
utilities"/, immediate occupancy student needed
receptionist to quote prices
923 W. University Aye. perfered call/ Tanya 373.0735 (C.5T.69. hours 8-6, M-F must be dependable and BINEAUX COLORS

Gainesville, Ha. 32601 V) responsible 372.4669 (-fr-70.c) P.0. Box 2471 Grand Central n Clear a Brown (gold faceD)| Red '
Female roommate wanted Feb. 1 rent New York. N.Y. 10017'LETTERING
$68. Tel. 376.2496 call
after Brandywine 5 pm. (C.5T-6Q opts.P) .. Sorry no C.O.D. D Script D Block D Plain (no name)

studious ROOMMATE wanted for own <:' f, q* ki\\: ;:,; Lettering
bdrm in 2 bdrm duplex opt, 2 blocks j UnlexHafrstyUng \
> ': .:,".,:.:"":, NAME
FREE ELECTRONIC ENGINE ANALYSIS from campus $75.00 mo 4 Vi util call "" ,::;::.* N1in. "" -
Jim 373.5666 (C.5T69.P) >* M < *

10 percent OFF plugs, pts. cond. Help! we need 1 female room mate
must be fun.loving and pleasant $60 CITY STATE ZIP
& labor thru Jan. 31st 3772643 '
month + /, utilit, es. Gatorwood opts.

1952 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 3725247MERSONLAKE&PAIMER close. .to campus call anytime! 373.3735. ,
(c 5t 69 p) -

female roommate for 2 br opt 55 a
,help! we need 1 female roommate
must be fun.loving and pleasant. $60-
month + '/ utilities, gator wood opts
close to campus Call anytime, 373.3735.
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female roomote for 2 br opt 55 a mo
plus 1 1.3 utilities, move ,in by feb 1 prefer
IN STARTS serious student 378.4162 keep trying (c-
4t.69.p) .
Female Roommate wanted 1 br opt 2
TOMORROWA blocks from U of f $6750 a mo. +
MOVIES! utilities, start feb 1st call elizabeth, 377-
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4 00 373.9295 (c.4t.sr.p)
l+ or 42" Also other drafting equipment
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male roommate wonted to shore 2 bdm
opt. avail, feb. 15 located in country
garden opts. $58 month + '/ util. call
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Florida Alligator / SPORT.( J "

WdnMioy,January 29,197s,Pop.1S

I Where has Chip's magic gone ? .[- I IBy

Alligator Sports Writer he.said. "But nothing off the floor is bothering me, whatever
it is occurs when I I'm on the court.

"Look at my foul shots, they're not going in like they usedto. '

basketball magic that surrounded I guess that's typical of everything." e1M
The Chip Williams
last N8? .
and in seasons before has somehow And with the steady decline of Williams, has come the talk
season disappeared and it
find it. the dominant figure needed to turn the Gator basketball
seems no one can
program around.AS .
And probably nobody has tried to find it more than Chip
himself. THE rumblings get louder and louder, Williams has \
Williams been forced to listen."They've I
LAST SEASON, this curly haired athlete, who comes from
Dunedin, reached the apex of his basketball career.. been talking about a big man for years, he said. z
"Sure we need a dominant force in the middle to turn things
He was chosen to the All-Southeastern Conference
first around but people better look at this year's team first, we've
based on his 20 point-per-game
team 15-11 record. average and the got a pretty good young center in Brew(Larry Brewster.)"
Gators Probably the height of the 6-8 senior's frustrations came at '
But last year's records seem decades the Gators
ago are the
beginning of the
Mississippi game,one week ago, when he
now struggling to keep their heads above water and Williamsis started the contest in an unfamiliar position sitting on the
probably leading the pack. bench.

HIS AVERAGE has dipped to 10.7 while his reboundingtotal "SURE I disliked it," he said. "Everyone of the 14 guys on
is at a dismal 121 for the already more than half the
over team wants to start but it was Coach Lotz's decision. and
season. I'll go along with anything he does."
Williams doesn't have most of the answers but he does Though Williams has been down for the count several times

know, "it's been an awfully disappointing season. this year, he has yet to be knocked out and the colorful
"Defensively I've been playing better than I ever have," he athlete has got one idea in his mind for the rest of the season.
said."But on offense I'm just not getting the ball as much as I "I'm just going to go out and play the best I can and hope
used to, and you can't score points unless your teammates for the best" he said. "That's all I can promise, that I'll do
give you the ball. my best."

"BUT I know that's not the only reason for my poor of- He reluctantly admitted that this year's nightmare has

fensive output, but I can't put my finger on the others."I dampened his chances of playing professional ball, but he DLU
didn't expect to average as much as'last season but I did quickly points out it hasn't ruined them."I .

expect to average more than I am now." still want to be a pro but right now the only thing I'm

Williams,who is the captain of this year's team, takes every concerned about, is Saturday night's game with Vandy," he
loss harder than the one before It hurts him because he

wanted this season to be the best ever and it just hasn't turnedout said.And hopefully somehow against Vandy, Chip Williams' CHIP WILLIAMS photo by chip hire

that once-evident basketball will in front of full
way. magic reappear a
."it's been an awfully) disappointing season"OFFSET
"I'VE PRESSURED myself some, wanting to win so bad," house in Alligator Alley.

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Early NFL draft grabs ., { QMete)(

100's of varieties

three Gator prospectsATLANTA the Violet from 1000's $1.00 of douse violets up

/ SE 4th Ave 377.8465
(UPI) Steve fall. "I hope to bring a changeof The Cleveland Browns Open 9-6pm t5

Bartkowski picked up the attitude. There's no selected Mack Mitchell, a 1 'r' Beside the Tenneco Station on.-_S...._Main31 tIftI
gauntlet Tuesday when the substitute for winning." defensive end from the I181 1f6181p10t1 irnpngisniigpffipR

Atlanta Falcons made him GATOR LINEBACKERGlenn ,University ,of Houston while
the NFL's No. 1 draft choicein Cameron was the 14th the Houston' Oilers drafted
hopes the All-America player drafted in the first Robert Brazile from Jackson'
Quarterback can revive their round. Cameron, a native of f
long-lagging offense. Coral Gables, was nabbed by ORLEANS selected Gator .
"I'm looking forward to the the Cincinnati Bengals. Larry Burton, A 6.1. 180-
challenge" said the Cameron's linebacking pound wide receiver from
University of California star partner UF, Ralph Ortega, Purdue. BasketballAppreciation
who led all college passers last was picked in the second San Diego picked Gary
round by the Atlanta Falcons. "Big Hands" Johnson, a 6-2,
UF's Burton Lawless was 260-pound defensive tackle
also picked in the second by from Grambling. Johnson
the Dallas Cowboys.ALLAMERICAN. who was outstanding in postseason -
Randy All-Star come GLENN CAMERON Day

White, a defensive end from petition.was in on 134 tacklesfor .to Cincinnati
Maryland, was the second Grambling. He is
player picked in the first regarded as an exceptional Sat.
round. He'll to the Dallas passrusher.The .
go Feb. 1 1Ha.
defensive line, is 6-6, 270-
Cowboys. Los Angeles Rams,
defensive tackle .who Gym 'j ;' ,
North Carolina guard Ken making the first of three first- pound
made 85 tackles for' the
Huff, the number three pick,,, round draft picks, used a ,',
went to the Baltimore Colts.In choice obtained from Green Fighting Irish.

an effort to shore up theirrunning Bay to select Mike Fanning of ,1. Atlanta (From 1:30: 2:00 WARM UP
game, the Bearsmade Notre Dame. Fanning, whose
), Steve Bartkowski
RALPH ORTEGA Walter Payton, ol f r selection was a surprise since
California 2. Dallas
Jackson St., ,their top draftee Los Angeles. is strong on the QB ;
(From N.Y. Giants), Randy
White LB, Maryland; 3.
Baltimore (From Atlanta),

Next two swim Ken Huff, G, North Carolina;
4. Chicago. Walter Payton
RB Jackson St.; 5. Cleveland

Mack Mitchell de,

meets cancelledBy Houston (From Kansas City),
Robert Brazile Ib, JacksonSt. 11:00 AMBanner

.; 7. New Orleans Larry Judging

LOUIS BRANCACCIO Two weeks ago Tim McKee a double silver Burton wr Purdue; 8. San Competition! 12:40-1:25 ALLEY RALLYFeaturing
Alligator Sports Writer medalist winner in the 1972 Olympics David Diego, Gary Johnson, dt, Any Individual or .
Ray and Chip Bradley quit the team. It is now Grambling; 9. Los Angeles 'Organization can :
The UF swim team's boat finally capsized believed that other swimmers have also quit (From Green Bay), Mike enter a banner. "Red Mitchum, Emcee

Tuesday as more unrest hit the squad causingthe the team but this could not be confirmed as of Fanning, dt Notre Dame; 10. I PRIZES AWARDED Florida Players in "Wierd
cancellation of the Gators' next two press time. San Francisco, Jimmy Webb, World of Sports" & Coach
meets. THE SWIMMERS met with Graves today dt, Mississippi St.; 11. Los lotz's Gimmick"BasketballJones"
Athletic Director Ray Graves said and it is believed that only a portion of the Angeles (From Philadelphia),
scheduled dual meets the next two Saturdays team has decided to continue through the end Dennis Harrah ot, Miami
against Tennessee and Florida State of the season. (Fla.); 12. New Orleans (From '. Gatorettes

University have been called off. The can. Head Coach Bill Harlan, who some New York Jets), Kurt Pbm-Pom Boys

cellations were done by mutual agreementwith swimmers have said is the reason for the Albert the Alligator
Schumacher, ot, Ohio St.; 13.
Tennessee Athletic Director Bob quittings said it was in the best interest of Gatorman
Detroit Lynn Bowden ,
Woodruff and FSU Athletic Director John Tennessee and Florida State. for the Gators to Gator Cheerleaders .
South Dakota St.; 14. Cincinnati
Bridgers. cancel. Glenn Cameron Ib, Gator Pep Band
"SEVERAL KEY members of our "WHY SHOULD they (Tennessee).spend
Florida; 15. Houston, Don
swimming team quit the squad and others $4,000 to come down here and then not even
rb Texas
Hardeman, ;
y have not practiced on a regular basis during have all of the events," Harlan said. 16. New England, Russ 11:30.1:00 $1.00 ,
this ," Graves said. "We in of Gators' lack of HOTDOG FEAST
S period are not a Harlan was speaking the Francis TE, Oregon; 17
position to maintain competition at this time. depth,which because of the recent unrest, has Denver Louie Wright, db, Includes: 2 Hot Dogs,
I have met with members of the swimming been dwindled to a skeleton squad.. San Jose St.; 18. Dallas, Tom Baked Beans,
team and am gathering information in orderto Harlan said he attempted to resign Tuesdaybut Henderson, Ib', Langston Cole Slaw, Fudge I
recommend a decision"concerning, the Graves told him "under no cir (Okla:); 19. Buffalo. Tom Brownie, AndCocaCola.
remainder'of our schedule. cumstances" would he accept it. .
Ruud Ib, Nebraska; 20. Los

_:; Intra murals at FloridaThe Ohio Angeles St.,; Doug 21. St.France Louis,,Tim'ot,

Texas A&M 22.
Gray, db ; 11:45 12:30
All-University Foul 40 baskets. formation, contact Barry San Diego (From' GATOR JAZZ BAND
Shooting contest was held Feigenbaum 377-8313. Washington), Mike Williams,
Sat., Jan. 25 in the Florida The UF Jai-Alai club meets db, Lsu;. 23. Miami, Darryl
Gym. Kevin Hartrick won the every Sunday from I 1:153:45p.m. : : Today is the deadline for Carlton ot, Tampa; 24. 2:00 FLORIDA vs. VANDERBILT
men's division after a run-off All persons interested in signing up for Co-Rec Flag Oakland Neal Colzie, db, Game ticket required for admission to Alley Rally
with Gary Kronfeld to break a improving their skill or, Football. Men and women Ohio St.;; 25. Minnesota Tickets on Sale Thurs. and Fri at Gate 13
tie of 34 of 40 baskets. Pete learning the game for the first sign 'up for teams by con Mark Mullaney, de, ColoradoSt. Box Office opens Sat at 11:00
zinger won the women's time are encouraged to tacting the IM office, 229 Fla. .; 26. Pittsburgh Dave
division with a score of 30 of participate. For more in Gym. 392-0581. Brown db, Michigan.



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