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.. Faculty cutbacks could lower tenure standardsBy




stressed he would maintain his standards for granting tenure."I .

;, Alligator Staff Writer will leave it to the administration to give me a fair
number of positions," Brown said.
Dr. Robert Bryan, UF vice president academic affairs, '
Graduate School Dean Harry Sisler warned to
pressures
expressed concern about the threat of continued
,i faculty grant tenure indiscriminately could drag UF "into a pit of
reductions in state universities over the next few years which "
mediocrity.
result in deterioration of the of tenured UF
may quality
SISLER SUGGESTED each college be given projections of
faculty.
the number of positions they could expect regardless of
Next year UF is planning on a five per cent faculty cutback,
Bryan said. 'whether they granted or denied tenure.If .
< colleges knew a position would not automatically
Bryan said it would be a natural reaction for deans to try to
disappear once left open, the integrity of the tenure process
protect their faculty positions by creating as many tenured could be preserved, Sisler said.
positions as possible.IF .
Bryan noted problems might occur because the very uncertain
A FACULTY MEMBER is denied '
tenure he must leave
nature of projections that must be made to predict
his position after one year. '
faculty positions colleges will earn.
When the total number of \;
faculty positions must be "We have not always been able to keep commitments we've
reduced, a position left open by a tenure denial would be made to colleges in the past," he said. "It's very hard to
eliminated, Bryan ,said. :
I' ; I\ predict." -
C.A. VanderWerf, dean of UF's college of ,Arts and \\f' BRYAN SAID pressures to grant unearned tenure would
Sciences, agreed it would be "a human tendency" to : '
very
... only materialize if the faculty was reduced.
grant tenure ,to someone who normally would not meet .
departmental standards. ROBERT BRYAN BOB BURTON BROWN

DR. BOB BURTON BROWN, dean of University College, Academic Affairs .UC dean (See 'Faculty,,' page eight)

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Florida. Alligator JAN. 30, 1975


VOL. 67 NO. 71New

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budget will avert mass lay-offs I


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By TOM SIIRODER Exactly where money will be cut in the two Marston said. been trozen, untilled positions have been

and budgets is uncertain. Marston said he expected He added "The draft form of my letter to frozen, travel expenses have been cut back,"

JANETPARKAlligator operating capital would be the main Mautz was cleared with a number of peopleover Marston'said. '

Staff Writers source of revenue in both IFAS and the health the past weekend. I believe the chan His office lights turned off to reinforce his

center. cellor's office has the authority to approve the own cutback efforts, Marston discussed the
ADDITIONAL MONEY may be generatedfrom plan." effects on education of this pruning of the
The threat of mass lay-offs; which has been unspent salary allocations. MARSTON SAID all budgets will be re- budget. ;

hanging over UF personnel for weeks has All state university system budgets are evaluated to see where more budget cuts can "All actions have a price you have to

finally lifted. required to return 4.5 per cent salary expenses be made, but sees no, more areas in the consider people versus' equipment and ex I
UF President Robert Q. Marston announced to Tallahassee. If IFAS;or the health center general education budget that can be penses. You have to conserve funds first, then /

Wednesday an unprecedented move can save more than 4.5 per cent, two-thirds of trimmed. reverse what gets in the way of education," he \.
to use savings in UF's agricultural institute the additional savings will go to UF's general "All operating capital expenditures have said. t
and health center to meet an $800,000 deficitin
budget.
UF's general education budget. Marston said received from the
any money
STATE UNIVERSITY System Chancellor : ':hi' : "
two functionally separate budgets located at ,\ ,, '.
Robert Mautz had to Marston's planto >" !,
<
approve the UF campus will be repaid "in the near f .;<
from the J. Hillis Miller {'
borrow money future." \l. ,
Institute for Food and >
Health Center and the
MARSTON INFORMED SUS Chancellor
Sciences IFAS) before it could .
Agricultural ( ar
I Robert
Mautz of his plans last week. Marston
: be put into effect said he spoke with Mautz' and foresaw no

:' The three campus budgets have ,always 'legal problems with this temporary transfer of

; been treated separately. Ordinarily any funds funds across budget boundaries.

cut from WAS and the healthcenter, budgets' "These are reasonable goals and,these are
-' would return to the-university system. reasonable methods of achieving them,"




f Students seek exams ,



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in garbagesource says a aaMl



By STUART EMMRICH exams before' the test day, but said often
Alligator Staff Writer "substantial") numbers of students had a copy

of the exam when they went to take the final.
Business Administration final exams were IN SOME CASES !30 to 40 per cent" of a

often obtained before the test day by students ,class had access to tests before they were given

who dug through the garbage dumps in the out in class, according to Mannish.

early morning, according to a reliable source. He emphasized however that the cheatingscandal
The students search the refuse to retrieve only involved "200 out of 1,700

. : extra copies of final exams that were thrown students in the College of Business Administration -

t+ away, a source; in the College of Business ."

Administration has confirmed. Although the UF administration has goneon
THE SOURCE SAID more than the or- .
record as giving their "full support" to the
dered amount of exams are sometimes Honor Court cheating investigation, they have

printed and then thrown away, leaving the refused to say whether or not they would
t fertile ground of a garbage heap for studentsto abide by any penalties the court levies.
comb. VICE-PRESIDENT for Students Affairs photo by |john moron }
j r "Sounds kind of stupid doesn't it:' the
Art Sandeen said in a Wednesday morningpress
The family of street people Is a loose knit one always moving. For the brothers
f 'source said but added it happens all the time. conference that the "Honor 'Court is'
and sisters of this "family/1 Gainesville is the here. and but the will
.: Honor Court Atty. Gen. Paul Marmish, has assuming responsiblity for adjudicating the now; family
refused: any comment on the various methods, break up tomorrow. For a story about Gainesville's street people' and their rambling -

students in the business college used to obtain (See 'ExamS page four) life see page five.;




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IState Department bombedWASHINGTON




(UPI) A bomb exploded in the State The Agriculture I Department received a warning in mid claimed as a target. The warning notes protested continuedU.S.

.Department early Wednesday, and thousands of government afternoon and called in the bomb squad, which created a stir involvement in Southeast Asia, and came a few days

workers were evacuated from other federal buildings after by finding a heavy package in a men's room. It turned out to after President Ford announced plans to provide'an additional
$520 million for South Vietnam and Cambodia.
.
threats.A
telephoned be empty wine bottles.
radical organization called the Weather Undergroundtook The State Department explosion in a third-floor restroom Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger inspected the damage

responsibility for the bomb explosion and placement of occurred shortly before 1 a.m. EST after a series of telephonecalls when he arrived at work later in the morning and spokesman

14 sticks of dynamite taken from a military induction centerat and notes of warning from the Weatherman Robert Anderson told reporters Kissinger had been relieved
Oakland, Calif. organization to the news media. that there were no deaths or injuries "in this totally senselessact.

IN OTHER bomb threats here: The blast resulted in collapsed walls, dislodged ceiling tiles, ."
The Interior Department was evacuated after a shattered windows and broken water pipes but no injuries.A Director Clarence Kelley announced the FBI is in-
telephone threat. Searchers turned up nothing. DISTRICT of Columbia policeman, Charles Lightner, vestigating and said that the Weather Underground has

The Treasury Department used an almost-forgotten said the damage had been created by "a damn big. bomb. .. claimed a series of bombings since 1970, including the one at
loud speaker system to tell employes a bomb threat had been not one of those blow-the-lid-off things." the U.S. Capitol March 3. 1971, the Pentagon May 19, 1972.
received and they could leave the building if they wished. It was on the same floor as offices for the Agency for International the ITT building in New York City Sept. 28. 1973, and othersin

Most did, but the all-clear was announced a half-hour later. Development, which the Weatherman group California and Pennsylvania last year.

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Drug expert lauds marijuana .. Thursday, ALLAN Editor J. GENGLERWira



as aoodformanvailments /capsule


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WASHINGTON (UPI!)- A drug expert said Wednesday
marijuana is good medicine for many ailments and doctors U.S.inworst recession

should be free to prescribe it. I

At a federal hearing on marijuana laws, Dr. Joel Fort since
testified the drug had been used by physicians since Depression

5000 B.C. and had proven helpful in treating glaucoma,
cancer asthma,.alcoholism and even drug addiction. A government index Wednesday confirmed the nation is in
MEDICAL EXPERIENCE with marijuana, Fort said, the worst recession since the Great Depression.But .
"would certainly justify its legal availability for research and T other factors including another surge on the Stock

prescribing. ." Market, signaled a possible recovery mid-year.
"I think it is vital and essential(for medical practice), thata In the third consecutive day of heavy trading, prices soaredon
tremendous amount of unnecessary suffering has the the New York Stock Exchange. The Down Jones Industrial

potential for being relieved by the availability of this sub Average, a widely watched barometer of price trends, rose
stance and we should do everything possible to make it 11.19 to 705.96, the first time it has been over 700 since last
legally avail ble.." August 22.

Fort, a world.renowned drug researcher and author, More than 27.1 million shares were bought and sold
testified at a Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) bringing the total volume for the first three days of the weekto
hearing into federal legal controls on marijuana. He spokeon 91.2 million shares.

behalf of the National Organization for the Reform of With two trading days to 'go, volume for the week is expected
Marijuana Laws (NORML) which is challenging the current to easily surpass the record weekly total of 116.6:

federal classification of marijuana.IT 0 I '. million Feb. 8-12,1971, when the economy was booming.
IS NOW lumped together with such narcotics as "

heroin and LSD in a category of drug considered to have no
medical value and high abuse potential. Joint energy panel sought

Federal law makes marijuana possession a misdemeanor used to treat headaches and various types of tension in tne
punishable for first offenders by up to 1 year in prison and a United States until the early 1940s "But it was driven out of WASHINGTON (UPI) House and Senate Democratic
$5,000 fine. Penalties for first offense sales are five years and U.S. medicine by the criminalization of marijuana." leaders agreed Wednesday to an unprecedented merger of

15000. In his testimony said marijuana seems medically most policy-making panels on economic-energy alternatives.But .
Government Atty. Robert Rosthal accused Fort of valuable in treating glaucoma an eye disorder which can President Ford spread the word that while he believes

"making broad statements" and said his testimony was cause blindness and .affects more than .one million both sides want to avoid a confrontation on the program,
irrelevant to the issue of reclassifying the drug. He said the Americans, "There is nothing at the moment to compromise with."

DEA would base ,its decision on whether to reclassify Its advantage in treating asthma he said, was that it does White House Press Secretary Ron Nessen told reporters

marijuana on such considerations as international drug not have the side effects of some other asthma drugs.As Ford and his congressional liaison aides are busy telephoningkey

treaty obligations. for cancer he said, marijuana has helped reduce congressmen to promote approval for the President's
FORT TOLD a newsman marijuana had been legally vomiting and the need for pain control narcotics. overall approach based on income tax cuts combined with

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I Merryday appoints three to new cabinet posts .I1H



By DEBBIE ERICKSON IN OTHER action, five students were elected to the UF fencing team. The fencing team relies entirely on Student
Alligator Staff Writer Distinguished Professor Chair Executive Committee. They Government for funding.
The Student Senate voted to establish three new cabinet 'are Steve Cook Larry Meyers Debbie Freeman Craig Sikes "Currently the UF fencing team is number one in the state
positions Tuesday night. and Cindy Shellenberger. of Florida, but according to the UF Athletic Department and
They are Secretary of the Interior, Secretary of Student Kenneth Harrison was elected member-at-large to the UF Intermurals Department we don't exist," Darryl Bennett,
Affairs and Secretary of Student Services. University Senate. Trey Bergman was elected as the alternate a fencing team representative said.
CABINET positions are appointed by the student body delegate.The Senate President Kevin Malone announced that a bill
president but applicants must be approved by the senate. University Senate is composed entirely of faculty and providing funds for the lighting of the handball courts on
Lori Caldwell, student body vice president, said, "President administrators. The mcmber-at-large is a non-voting delegatewho Fraternity Row was vetoed by Tom Goodale, dean of student
Merryday will ,appoint Kristin Kleppe as Secretary of the represents UP' students at the meetings.Kirk affairs.
Interior and Alan Gabriel as Secretary of Student Services." Upthegrove was elected Secretary of Academic Affairs Goodale told SG in a letter denying the request, "In terms \
"We are still accepting applications for Secretary of and Luis Piedrahita was electee to the Activity and Service of the current energy and budget problems at UF we do not
Student Affairs. We'd like to appoint someone within the next Fee Advisory Council think it would be advisable at this time to allocate funds for
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couple of weeks," Caldwell said. THE SENATE passed a bill appropriating $1,560 to the this project."

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I Complaints spark Accent probe for female speaker .I



By LESLIE GOLAY concern among women on campus for a female speaker." A CONTRACT is pending for John Dean for Spring
Alligator Staff Writer He said he realized the previous complaints were from quarter but; Weiner wants to wait to see how "he goes over on
women connected with the National Organization for: Women his first lecture of his tour" before anything definite is done."I .
Accent will sponsor a female,speaker by the end of spring (NOW) but did not know that other women on campus were guarantee there will. be a woman speaker. We will keep'
quarter as a result of the urgings of females on campus, concerned until he received phone calls on Wednesday. trying until we get one, he said.
according to Steve Weiner, Accent speakers' chairman.The WEINER SAID he had been booking speakers in the past Complaints by campus women that the Accent program
woman speaker has not been chosen yet. rather "sexlessly" and had been choosing speakers accordingto discriminated against women are currently being studied by
TUESDAY afternoon, Weiner told The Alligator that the size of the crowd they attracted. the President's Committee on the Status of Women.
Accent would not have a female speaker this year.Wednesday Cindy Shellenberger,t the new SG Director of Woman's THE COMMITTEE, an advisory board that reports
'morning, however, Weiner said, "We will Affairs, will be helping Weiner contact prospective speakers. directly to President Marston, plans to ask Marston for an
definitely bring a female speaker before spring.He They are trying for Florence l King and Bella Abzug among investigation into the Accent situation at their next meetingwith
said money for the speaker came from somewhere in others, Weiner said. him.
Student Government, adding"I'm really not concerned where 'Barbara Walters is not speaking anymore, and Billie Jean The committee presents data to'the President on how much
the money came from." King has,raised her price to$5,000, according to Weiner. money has been spent on women speakers in the past, and
STUDENT Senate Treasurer Greg Sherman said "Accent \ how many women speakers there have been, said Dean Phyllis
currently has a sufficient amount of unencumbered funds in \' '. Meeks, chairwoman of the committee.
the Accent budget. These are funds that have not yet been 5? "The data in itself should cause action to occur and it
allocated to a speaker." : should demonstrate certain things," Meeks said. "We point,
If Accent needs more money to get a female speaker, then ; these things out to the President and see his reaction on
Accent will make a special request to the Student Senate for >> ; .:", them."
money, according to Sherman., t't'I "There are over one-third female students here, sotech'nically
The Senate will have final review over special requests but ;,:i.1r" 1\ one-third of the money should be spent' on female
"I am confident there will be funds for a female speaker," speakers," Meeks said.
Sherman said.WEINER .
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IIAD previously said there would .be'no female R

turnout Accent speaker in previous this years.year due'to a lack of a large audience I X DC trip is consideredworthwhile

Weiner also cited the unavailability and expense of "a
major name."
"I don't think we should have a token female speaker. investment
Why? Because it would be a farce. It would be like giving
them a little biscuit and saying be happy with that," Weiner UF President Robert Q. Marston told Florida congressmen: ;
said Tuesday.ON s Tuesday any cut in federal grants to UF would have profound !'
'WEDNESDAY, after receiving a number of phone effects in the present financial crisis.In .
calls, Weiner said., "I did not realize there was that much a Washington luncheon given by Rep. Don Fuqua, D-
Fla., Marston told ,congressmen UF received about $23
million in federal '
money.
County drug task force Forty per cent of UF's budget comes from state sources, he

said.Marston
and about a dozen other UF officials were in

penniless but workingThe Washington to recruit federal grants for'UF programs.
r x UF administrators said the cost of the trip, including $600
wx
4 for ,a chartered plane, could be considered a worthwhile
Unit is without
Alachua County' Dr"g Enforcement
operating funds according Gainesville Police Supt. :"r investment designed to generate an increased flow of federal
funds to Gainesville.R'eigloo.
Courtney Roberts.
The: unit, also called the drug task force, is composed of
vice squad officers from the Gainesville Police Department
(GPO),. the Alachua County Sheriffs department and the 4.
University Police Department (UPD). / expert speaksDr.
ROBERTS said the task force is funded primarily with
federal money, but funds for immediate operation have run k 2 e
dry ,William F. May will speak on "The Divorce Between
Because emergency funding was unavailable from the city Happiness and the Public Life"tonight at 8 p.m.
and county governments, l local drug enforcement will have to photo by ocey harper specialist in religious ethics, May will address himself to
be: supported ,by the, individual law enforcement agencies, the tendency to separate the public and private aspects of life,
Rooerts said, HERBERT BIERSACH and to the need for understanding their relationship, with
"We will still have a drug unit," he said. local bike bank rep suggestions for integrating them. '
Roberts said the officers who are currently working for the The free lecture will be given in the Architecture and Fine
task force will "continue to work together" but will be fundedby Bike, bank ,stolenA Arts Building room, 103B.
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their: respective organizations..
,TWO UPD officers previously assigned to the task force
according to UPD "bike bank," one of:the theft-resistant bike locking
have been on
reassigned to duty campus .
Information'Officer Jim Shuler. stations recently installed on campus, was stolen Wednesday, Lowdin i given awardDr.
Lloyd Vipperman is now, working with ,the UPD investigation according to ,University Police Department (UPD) Information *
division and Jackie Griffin hat returned to the Officer'Jini Shuler. t
regular uniform division, Shuler said Shuler said Herbert ,Biersach, vice-president and local Per OIov Lowdin, UF graduate research professor.was
Shuler said the task force will probably continue to service representative for Bike Bank of Florida complainedthat presented! a ,merit award by, the wedish Government "for
"operate'in the manner putlined," by Roberts., "That's a111 one of the units was stolen while it was being installed on services rendered in an outstanding- manner for, the common' ,
know,about it," he added'. the breezeway between ,Tolbert and North Halls. ,good" of the two countries. ,
Lt.-Clint McGraw,, the director' of the task force, was According to the UPD report, the unit was stolen while an The award named him! "Commander of the Royal Swedish
'unavailable for comment.Roberts'said .. '" ,' installation worker was plugging in a power drill. t Order of Vasa", for contributing to'cultural.,relationships
an official statement Gainesville. Police ., The report listed the'value of the unit at$200. x between' the two countries, ,:. .,\;. '
Chief NoJea'Freeman,and Sheriff!Joseph-Crevasse ."will l,be ti:, ,"Shuler said' Biersach intends to press charges if the thief is ,. Lowdin 'a member of the ,Swedish Royal Academy of
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forthcoming.in.the':next'few.days.' ,.w, "?, .. ?' ".,caught, -' ,& Sciences, _helps in ,selecting Nobel Prize winners : "

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Law dean
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student population


There's a two
By JANET PARK College (UC), warned against too drastic a year
Alligator SUIT Writer cutback in UC students which might lead to
under-funding by the Florida Legislature. leadership development
The number of UF students should be BROWN SAID students who take advantage
reduced if faculty has to be cut back in the of shortened degree programs and just for
future Law School dean Joseph Julin told the the College Level Examination Program program you
Council of Academic Deans Wednesday.Dr. (CLEP) credit to move rapidly through UF
Bob Burton Brown, dean of UniversityExams leave a shortage of students for funding You still receive $100
purposes in three or four years.
Julin expressed concern that budget cuts, month
during
which include not hiring replacements for ,per your
vacated positions, might hinder education.If .
the admission of students is not kept junior & senior year.
proportionate to the number of faculty
n? members, he said, students will have to bear You still
t 83 the burden. can get
Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr.
Robert Bryan asked the deans to remind their flight! airborne and ,
staffs not to use UF facilities at night unless it

was"WE really HATE necessary.TO say you can't come back to ranger ,training,
*' r "
; w y the office or the lab at night, but that's the
way things are right now," Bryan said. AND... You can still
UF Director of Libraries Dr. Gus Harrer
said some work was being done poorly earn a commissionin
because no one can be hired.
Harrer cited an example of a bookkeeper'sjob
that usually is handled by one staff the U.S. Army.
member.This staff member is going to be out
of work for a while and no one else is qualifiedto

In do other her job.action, Bryan reminded deans that CALL OR VISIT ARMY ROTCLTC

faculty, administrative, professional, and
some career service vacancies must be
JOSEPH JULIN reported to the Personnel Division even John Carlin
.low,school dean though they cannot be filled at this time.

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individual cases (and) has our full support." OFF-SET PRINTING FROM ,
But when asked specifically Wednesday
evening if that "full support" included i NA CAMERA-READY COPY
accepting any penalties the Honor Court

refused might impose to give on a convicted definite yes.cheaters, Sandeen [ \\t 3.95 for 200 copies 9.95 per 1,000 '

"It is extremely rare that we wouldn't Sgnedt tCheating
accept their recommendations, but I cannot On to 0 nor 1
t'
say regardless of what will be done it-will be Florid' ::n COPIES AS LOW SAME DAY SERVICE
accepted," said Sandeen. neither, ad aid' AS 1 CENT ON MOST ORDERS
Honor Court Atty.Gen. Paul Marmish said ;notio'U
Wednesday afternoon that Sandeen had exom ; -,-
privately asured him whatever the Honor 0'----
Court decides is a fair penalty would stick.
MARMISH COULD not be reached
Wednesday evening to comment on the SPECIALOFFER
second Sandeen statement.
The Honor Court staff is still taking !
confessions from students and another long
session was scheduled for Wednesday night. going to confess, "it's. hard to say how manyare
Marmish said he couldn't give an ,exact actually going to come in."
estimate of how many confessions he expected He said he expected to start filing formal CUSTOM TYPESETCOVERS:" -
to have by this morning because although charges Friday, and said he still, estimatedthat .
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1' "BUT FOR THE travelers today," says poured fucking water right in my face. Oh I
Mike Biestle, a professor in counter-culture was tired I just wanted to sleep, jso I closed
1 1'lit humanities at UF "being on the road is a my eyes in his place (a laundromat), and Oh
monomyth of the search for the self. It's going Sweet JesusSay!!! brother (to a passerby), I'm
with the flow, being spontaneous in life..- hungry, can you spare some change?"
"Our life is like a journey," he said. "It's The passerby, his eyes wide, pretends to be
like a road that we're traveling and the oblivious and walks on.
various things that we discover on the road Some other street people sitting nearby say
helps us to know more about ourselves." Watson ought to get some sleep and food at
That is the unconscious motive of the the Salvation Army. But' Watson just
I traveler. Physically, the compulsion to move is mumbles quietly, "Itaint no good, they'd just
a stimulating desire.ACCORDING track me," meaning the practice of the
TO each of the different Salvation Army to check arrest records of
experiences these people encounter stimulates people applying for aid.
their psyche. "This stimulation," Biestle said, "NOPE, IT JUST ain't no good," Watson
=at "is the drive that motivates people to ex- whispers as he stumbles away. "Nothin's no
perience more, whether it be good or bad." good."
That is why street people usually shrug off "You know," said one of the street people
hunger, cold and loneliness even when they watching Watson wobble off, "if he was really
know that around the corner might be more into the Bible like the way he talks, he'd a
of the same. It's a life experience, and oftenan turned his cheek and asked the cat to pour
incentive to move. water on the other side of his face."
But becoming old and stuck into a lifestyleyou "When you get to that point," said another
cannot escape seems to be an ultimate nodding toward Watson, "then it's time to get
fear among young street people. They all say out of the business."
it will be easy to see it coming and that's the For the street freaks, seeing what has
t + time they'll "kick out" to live a more con- happened to people like Watson doesn't
ventional life.THERE bother them., Watson's condition is too far
ARE SOME, though, that fail to off. They seem worried only about today what
kick out in time, and for those lifers, the street they will eat and where they will.sleep.
moron
photo by John
life is no longer adventure and experienceit's Whatever else happens will be considered a
Life on the road provides time for the little things; survival.An bonus.
rather than grabbing for a quick cigarette, this drifter old man on the streets of Gainesville "WHEN IT RAINS,"they say, "we get wet.
Smoke makes his next smoke a slow and easy creative en- named Watson appeared to be one of those If people feel they have got to get down on us
deavor. It's cheaper, too. who had failed to kick out in time. because of the way we'look or the life we lead,
He looked with, bloodshot eyes and a well, so what, we don't pretend to be proud.
repulsive odor of wine and vomit on his breath "When encounter these sophistos who
and said, "Oh Jesus, he didn't have to do it." say 'Why don't you get an education or a job,'
By JEFF CARDENAS potatoes behind the Steak Place and every A STEADY STREAM of saliva dripped or 'why do; you people live like animals,' we
Alligator Staff Writer now and then I find some leftover chicken down his chin, and his fingers were clenchedin just laugh.. Who are they? Where have they
Their lifestyle is movement. behind Kentucky Fried,Chicken. bony fists while he cursed and heaved for been? What do they really know about life?
Movement to see things, to feel things- "SO IF YOU know where it 'is at," Sun breath."I "But it's easy to forgive them because their
different things. They pride themselves on shine said proudly, "you can eat pretty well." am 61 and he can't be more than 45, and ignorance has been inbred into them from
"complete independence," an independenceto Finding a place to sleep at night rarely I'm an ex-con, 23 years of prison behind me generation to generation. They are the really
fulfill their wants and needs at will. poses, a problem ,to an experienced street and nothing to look forward to, and he lonely people in this world. They are the ones
THEIR MOTIVATING drive is a powerfullust freak. shouldn't ought to a' done it. I wasn't hurtin' who ache for something different in life and
for experiences. This lust, however, can "If you've got a bedroll" said "one, "you'vegot no one and I wasn't gonna rob his place. Oh, scowl in confused envy at us because we haveit.
never be completely satisfied because each a place to stay every ,night. good God in heaven, he is going to wish he We have the key."
experience only opens the door to a labyrinthof STREET PEOPLE planning to stay in hadn't a' done it. I got me this butcher Or simply, as Professor Biestle put it, "At \::
others. town for a while usually find more permanent knife. .I was sleepin', Oh Lord Almight, he the end of the "Wizard Of Oz," Dorothy ,
These are street people. accommodations, like somebody's backyardor could a' grabbed my toe' or shook my confidently says, 'There's no place like home.'
They leave unstable middle-class families if they're fortunate, an abandoned car or shoulder. ."
from urban centers to thrive in their "Illness for street people" says Richard, Then Watson's eyes took on the impressionof "But she's been to Oz," he said, "she's seen *,
newfound independence by traveling the "is a pretty rare thing. The only time we get a dog who had been beaten and kicked too it. She couldn't have realized thhre was no
road, following the sun and experiencing ways'' sick is when there is a lot of socials floating many times."POURED. place like home, without first having been to
of life denied them in big cities. around. You know, the usual-clap, WATER in my face. He just Oz."
IT'S A LIFESTYLE of discovery and hepatitis, crabs. But that's nothing a free
identity. clinic,can't clear up in a hurry." r--1 gt'yP
Following the sun directs many of these Despite the fact that any one of those '
transients south and'a vast number of street incidents would about ruin any "standard" t a ;
people find their temporary niche in person's entire day the street freaks maintainthat s'pT
Gainesville. these hassles on the road are minor, but
They describe Gainesville as the Ann Arborof say it feels to stop ev.ery"once in a while and
the south and the San Francisco, in "get. ,to know a placeGAINESVILLE ." '
microcosm, of the east., is one of those places street
RICHARD, a street freak from "just about freaks like to get 'to know' because it is a
everywhere" explained that Gainesville is "a college town with various forms of subculture
place that offers a person almost anything education. '
th might want. Even though most of the street people'in
"The warm weather attracted me here," Gainesville are uneducated they feel they can
said Richard, "but it was the mellow at identify with the' views and opinions",of
!1i'osphere'f the town why I stayed. You can students. r
get lost i in cities like Atlanta and Miami, One transient named John from' Chicago i-- $
people there just don't care about anything.But theorized that street people are accepted;:in
'in Gainesville freaks are accepted as ,Gainesville because students tend to "idealizeour
.people." free and easy-going life compared to their
.:There are many reasons these travelers high pressures and 'confinement.', : : :
j float into Gainesville but probably the most For the street freak, theirs is an education of l Q 1n
''logical is, as one street freak put it. "Because practicality-a life-sustaining education.!. ;
man, Gainesville supplies all a dude's earthly "TRAVELING,TEACHES us how to; cope
needs-sunny weather, tine lookin' ladies and with whatever happens to us in life"explained ,
mushrooms.." Steve, a 16 year old high school -
freak in dropout from, l -
'SUNSHINE, a resident street Maryland." "-
Gainesville explained how he eats for free "If we ever have a depression, you are going
"when: he has little or,no money to?'see a lot of once-rich ,educated people
", ")Velt. I'.jusf;make the',rounds,:you'.know.: freakin' out because? 'theyt c n. handle living
,About closing time ai New Harvest 1 IIZO to theback poorly. But If it came'to the"point'whera we
entrance and they usually have some would have to adapt to bein' rich-welt., I
'scraps or something I can eat. At 2 a.m. I go think we might be able to take it better'than
inback of McDonald's and go through the the rich becoming poor photo by |john moron

? dumpster to find any hamburgers they might Jack Kerouac. probably the most, renew'n of The thirst you can't take care of at the water
1 have thrown out. And about 6 in the morning the beats wrote about this, phenomena' in i fountain' grows often on the street. A tingling swig is
Swig/
behind "On The Road book that had substantial
I us'alli. find day-old doughnuts a
an instant friend, a quick break, and a rounded comeron
that follow,
Krispy, Kreme. impact on the transient, .would In
a sharp day.rn .
"You or two baked the sixties. '
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BANNER CONTEST-for individuals and organizations. .ALLEY-RALLY-will feature the Florida Pep Band, skits
Banner must be a size that can be carried by only two by the Florida Players and others or and RED
persons, no more. Banners will be judged in Fla. Gym MITCHUM as Master of Ceremonies. Runs 12:40 till
at 11:00: a.m., banner parade and awards will be at 1 1:25.: '
NOWNOTICE .halftime.
.PEP CARAVAN The Gator Cheerleaders will lead a pep
Anyone wishing' to contribvt ori ned works of art, caravan through campus prior to the game. Decorate SHOW YOUR SUPPORT'
your car and come on along. All participants should FOR THE GATORS!
poetry and. other writings for consideration, in meet at the ROTC Field at 10:45 a.m.
N.O.W./. coming anthology, should submit their work HOT DOG FEAST- Begins at 11:30 a.m. in Fla. Gym. Cost is.$.75 for game ticket,$1.00
_'Meal includes two hot dogs,relishes,cold slaw,baked for hot dog ft" '
to the N.O.W.mailbox,3rd floor J.Wayne bit Union. beans,'brownie and a coke. Lunch served until 1 p.m. ,:I;;,,: .. .
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Gator' .. Basketball


Appreciation ': .. Graduation grief: 'exit'exams .I

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., By TOM SHRODER fectiveness of various degree programs" Tulley said.
s"$ Alligator Staff Writer Tulley said the feasibility study began in October, at the
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, .. ..1 h order of Dr. Robert Mautz chancellor of the university
,. UF students may have,one more test to take after four years system.A .
of college. report on the project will be finished sometime this
,,1 Concern that the quality of Florida's bacalaureatcdegreeprograms spring Tulley said.
,. is eroding prompted the Board of Regents staff to "AT THIS point I don't know if it will take the form of
: .JJ.. ,. study the feasibility of instituting an undergraduate "exit"exam recommendation to the Board or not," he said.
u to be taken by all state university students upon Dr. Cal VanderWerf, dean of UF's College of Arts and
4Flo. finishing four-year degree programs. Sciences, said his experience with evaluative testing made him
\ GEORGE TULLEY, director of the study, said his "extremely aware" of how difficult it is to measure program
'j committee would try to determine faculty objectives for effectiveness.
sIturdor ; '; undergraduate degree programs. "Development of such tests is terribly complex and ex
F.b. 1 The "exit" exam would be designed to evaluate how well pensive," VanderWerf said.
Gym these objectives had been met, Tulley said. IN ADDITION, an exit exam would create pressures for
Although Tulley said the mal n purpose of the exams wouldbe standardization and conformity, he said.
to "help the student get some idea of what the bac VanderWerf noted a comparable exam given to high schoolstudents
calaureate experience meant to him" he acknowledged it in,New York led many teachers to teach specifically"for
could be used by graduate. schools and potential employers to the exam" so their students would score well.
GATORS vs. VANDERBILT evaluate the student."ANOTHER Tulley said his staff had not begun work on the. test itself.,
possiblity would be evaluation of the ef "We're in very preliminary stages," he said.
l1AM......' Judging 12:40.1:25. Alley felly
11:30-1:00 Hot Dog Feast 1.00 1:30-2:00 Worm Up
11:45-12:30 Jm fend 2:00.-Florida vs VmdertttHALFTIMEPRIZES

AWARDED FOR BANNER CONTEST IRS offers filing tax returns I
Game ticket required for admission to Alley Roily i tips on.
Tickets on Sale Thurs. and Fri. at Gate 13
Box Office opens Sat. at 11:00:

RICHARD BURKHOLDER
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Staff Writer :, i :
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: GOING; OUT : 1Im4) "
cl President Ford's proposed tax rebates, if approved by 'ItItnIc&na ,
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FORCED TO MOVE \. Congress, should reach taxpayers' hands in two installments, Fir rrepa.ing 1 i Q
: BUSINESS :: one in early May and the other during September. Short,_ 1040'
If a student is 18 years of age or older, is not claimed as \
Save on these and 1 OO's of other Items: anyone's dependent and last year had an income so low that \ "
he would not ordinarily pay taxes, then according to Ford's S
: Poster 39.50 Klnslze 149.00 J present set of proposals, he would have an $80 refund coming
Jt Bedstead Bed -Ie sometime during summer, 1975.
ALL HE, HAS to do is file. : .
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MATTRESS-SPRINGS $995 : If the student has earned enough to pay income tax, to ,
-* figure his rebate he only knocks 12 per cent off his total income It;
living! Room $49.20 Bedroom son*Y'70 '-Ie 'tax liability figure for' 1974. '
Suite Suite| If he's legally bound to pay taxes, he need not file for his
rebate; it will be computed and sent automatically.
: FURNITURE CITY : BELOW ARE SOME Internal Revenue Service suggestionswhich

,Comer of' E. University & $.E lit St. : may help clear the confusion about the annual filing of
Across from the Courthouse income taxes.
& Wilson's Department Store irir elf the student is single, he must file if he has made a total

* * * * * * *1 yearly income of $2,050 or more through wages alone.. He
must also file if he's made 5750 in interest, dividends and
trust income outside of any wages. .
,elf the student is married, he must file a return if the
combined income of husband and wife exceeds $2,800 or
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more provided both file a joint return.
.The student should also file if he has had income tax as it could with two separately filed single returns.
withheld from his pay but he didn't make enough money to be The long form ((1040)) should be used when'there exists
required to fill out a return. income other than wages that is, more than.$400 from
By filing a return and claiming a personal exemption, he dividends, $400 from interest or more than $1 from any other
can get a refund even if he's claimed as a dependent by source of income.If .
another taxpayer. the student has $300 income from dividends and $330
.No one not even students need pay to have a from interest but no other forms of income other than wages
professional till out a short form ((1040A). To do it oneself is then he may file a short form since none of his other income
easy and would generally consume,less than an hour of time. comes up to the $400 level.If .
& elf the student has a loan or is on scholarship and is not the student has been'socked with additional expenses
-Mea required to do anything but to go school i.e.. he does not such as house' payments or medical bills, then he might wantto
grade undergraduate papers for a professor or perform any use the long form to itemize his deductions. If his expenseswere
FISH SPECIALS other stipulated work then his "income" from this sourceis fairly substantial he might get a refund.
untaxable. elf the student has not received his W-2 forms by Jan. 31,
If he does perform work while on scholarship, then the he should contact his employer.
Red Wag Platy 4 for 1.00 income he receives is considered "wages" and he must file .One ought to remember to file as early as possible. If the .
according to the standard $2.050-$2,800-$750 clauses cited student needs assistance from the IRS who can help him
Red ,Velvet Swords 4 for 1.00 above..If. fill out his form -or one of the local income tax preparationfirms

the student is married, it's easiest for him and his whichever he chooses is a matter of time preferenceand
Black Motes 4 for 1.00 spouse to tile a joint return on a short form. With the joint money he ought to seek aid as soon as,possible after

Sunset Platy 4 for 1.00 I return the government cannot take as much from the couple the receipt of the W2s.


Kissers 2 for 1.00

i editor highlights writer's conferenceAspiring I
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contributors to Playboy will get a chance to meet The registration for attending the course is $30, accordingto
10 gal. starter set the man in charge of articles editor Laurence Gonzalez at Kirkpatrick. He said the fee will be $40 if a person has a
the sixth annual Florida Writer's Conference at the J. Wayne manuscript he would like to have reviewed.
Reitz Union Feb. '2426. Maximum length for manuscripts is ,two short stories, six
$9.49 Gonzalez is one of a group of seven prominent writers, poems or 40 pages of a novel, Kirkpatrick said.
editors. and literary agents to take part: in the conference, Literary people attending the conference, in addition to
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8.Independent Florida Alligator Thursday, January 30. 1975. '

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Library enlisting private donorsBy e




UF has collected $3.000 to establish a book endowmentfund.
Alligator Staff writer The amount is steadily growing, but Gowan admittedthis
money was slight comparison! with other great libraries. 'JOHN
The UF library system is trying to find private sources to "A $20,000 gift for the book endowment fund is expectedas '
donate needed funds for acquisitions.Sam soon as a problem in one donor's trust fund can be solved. B hP *m i OkJPRAT
"
Gowan, assistant director of the main library, 'said "We get more than 3,000 separate donations a year,
Tuesday he was the first man who has been specifically Gowan said.These include books, manuscripts, such as a new '
assigned to the job recruiting donors to contribute to the Sir Walter Scott collection, and cash donations.The :
special collections section of the library. P.K. Yonge Library has received $45,000 from several .
"THE IDEAL IS to make the special 'collections independent sources to make a complete index and publish the calendar of
," Gowan said. Spanish holdings in the library. CITY"is
To further that dream, Gowan initiated several special THE PATRON'S Organization, a committee of the UF

programs to find funds. Foundation, is slated to have its by-laws approved' by a specialad a classic-full of
For$5,000.the UF library will initiate a named endowmentin hoc committee on Jan. 31.
honor of the donor. The organization will be established to get donations, sell gutsy.gritty realism

books to create revenue and run contests generate interestin thatwill defy the
the UF library. "
Grants are' another source of revenue for the special passing of years!

collections, which include rare books, manuscripts the P.K. -MlwWntIll,wyPoilCOLUMBIA
Yonge Library of Florida History, and the Belknap Collectionfor '
the Performing Arts. PICTURES
RASTAR PRODUCTIONS Present
"I'M ALWAYS running around trying to find money," STACY KEACH
Gowan said. But for every 100 grants he applies for, usually JEFF BRIDGES
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only one is given to UF. SUSAN TYRRELL n
A JOHN HUSTONRAY -
In the last year, Gowan said there have been $100,000 STARK PRODUCTION
worth of cash and book donations to the library. "FAT CITY"'Screenptay by
LEONARD GARDNER
"That's just the start," he said. "It takes a long time to gear based on hit bOOk
Produced by RAY STARK
things up. Directed, JOHN HUSTON
by
THOUGII UF has accepted gifts before, it. wasn't until
about a year and a half ago that private gifts have been ex- [PC]-'AIOI,1IUIIMCI1UMlS1II-..........-......-CJ.I

tensively sought.
"This is one of the few ways we can stay alive," Gowan said. THUR. JAN. 30 7:00; 9:30
$ S' SY Ct 5o'v "We're just trying to pick up the gaps" as a result of funding FRI. & SAT. JAN. 31 6 FEB. 1
+ cutbacks.Through. 5:00; 8:00: ; 11:00 50c
private donations, Gowan hopes to "get enough 2ND FLOOR AUO.YOUNG. :

r money for once in our life to make an outstanding collection."
I -I GOWAN SAID the only way to make a library a great one e.
is to obtain items of great worth which have research value. TORLESS
As the result of the recently-ordered cutbacks by the UF
administration, magazine subscriptions for the P.K. Yonge
Library have been curtailed. Gowan hopes some of the private
1. funds can be used to buy these subscriptions.
UF also lost its archivist when he moved to another job, and
because of the hiring freeze, the archives, department has been
closed down.

The archives themselves are open from 9 a.m.-l p.m. every t .
day for research, but there is no one to organize and coor-
dinate the archives.
"THE MICROFILM access program has been shut down,"
Gowan said. "If anybody quits, we literally slut down

programs. \
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"Lack of climate control in our vaults is another problem," \
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he added. Paper decay, common in old volumes and
manuscripts, is the result of lack of adequate air conditioningand I
photo by george kochaniec |r.SHININ' humidity control. ti 1
"All OCO(Operating Capital Outlay)is cut so we can't buy
ON anything," he said. Basins. a young student at a pre-World War I German
Most of the wealth in Florida now is from people who have military school steals torn money and Is discovered by
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'r Hey, will someone turn tnat big light out? For Reiting, a classmate.' stag is set for Retting to torture,
i moved from other states. Thus, rich patrons tend to give humiliate and: degrade Basini. 1rI.... aloof and distant Is
winks
catch the bet
t people trying to forty at plaza money to libraries in other states and universities., aware that the. tortures occur but does not participate nor
ween classes the mid-day sun, peering around the "The special collections are absolutely dependent on state intercede on Dasini! behalf the truth Tories* eventually
tower of University Auditorium, warms the body but funds" now, and in the forseeable future, Gowan said, "It's German finds Is considerably more than he hod bargained for. In
with English subtitles.
r dazzles the eyes.Facu'lty. very hard to catch up."

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(From page one) Committee last week.
If the regents approve a five per cent reduction UF will be '
Bryan said the faculty cutback planned for next year would teaching the same number of students as this year minus 62 ..::-' :
not effect the tenure situation. faculty.A "" .
"Even if someone is denied tenure this April his position survey of UF academic deans showed only 52 positions k h"d'.
won't be vacant until 1976-77 Bryan said. would be open by the summer, Bryan said.
BRYAN TOLD a Council of Academic Deans' meeting "I feel sure that figure((52))is a little soft" Bryan said. t
Wednesday "the latest word from Tallahassee" was to plan He said he expects nearly 75 positions to actually open.'
on a five per cent reduction in faculty positions instead of the If more positions open than UF must cut, no layoffs will be
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By MICHAEL SKINNER J. AND HIS band merged with the fallout important albums out: "Full House" (maybe For two reasons:
Alligator Staff WriterJ. from a Boston grease outfit called the their best), "The Morning After" (the album One: Tickets are pretty, cheap ($4. for ,
Geils was in college, Worcestor "Hallucinations." They picked up singer cover photo was shot surprise! the morningafter 'students $5 for people who can't afford to'go
Polytechnic College, in Massachusetts playing Peter Wolf and Stephen Jo Bladd in the deal. the boys had trashed a Holiday Hotel to school)" and even boogie music 'is great.
blues with these guys he met, bass player Later on, they added keyboard player Seth room), "Ladies Invited" (it was supposed to music if it's done well. And these guys do it
Danny Klein, some other guitar player and a Justman, another: conege.boy'gone bad. represent ,a new direction for the band-it best.,
harp player who called himself Magic Dick. Although the band kept J. Geil's name, it's wasn't real successful. By the way, the body TWO: P.F.M. This Italian band is one of
As soon'as he became interested in electric really no more his band than anyone elses. In parts on the album belong to Faye Dunaway, the more progressive rock groups that will
blues guitar J. drove his car to New Jersey fact, more and more it seems Peter Wolf is the Peter Wolfs old girlfriend and new wife), and ever see the inside of Alligator Alley. They'reall
(where he could get a better price), sold it, one who takes care of business when things "Nightmares and Other Tales From the,Vinyl great musicians-the first act Emerson
took a bus to New York City.bought a Gibson need to get done. Jungle (their newest, and a return to honest Lake and Palmer signed to their Mantirore
ES-345 at Eddie Bell's Music Store, took the That 's seems to be alright with J.-all he; funk). record label.
bus from Manhattan back to Worcester tooka wants is to be a great white rock and Great, but are they any good? Well. yes, I And they can sing okay too, even, if that
job in a bottling plant by day played the roll-blues guitarist and he's pretty far along. think I can indulge myself and say they're a meatball, Primo Ravioli never did return our
blues at night and folks, that's dues. ANYWAY, THE BAND has at least four pretty hot band and you should go see them. call.The .

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Alligator Correspondent record this summer. '
LORIMER CASUALLY ambled on stage in tailcoats and
Michael Lorimer classical guitar virtuoso brought the with a broad grin. He began the program with a soft-spoken
emphasis of Segovia to the Reitz Union Ballroom in a description of what he was to play, and the magic caught on.
magnificent performance Sunday night. Introductions over Lorimer slowly' settled down for 'a
The 28-year-old Lorimer gave his first concert at the age of romance with the audience.His 54i/V
12. At age 16 he was studying in Spain with acknowledgedmaster first three pieces by Bach were very controlled. The
of classical guitar Andrea Segovia. Currently hephoto sound of Lorimer's guitar was inlaid with arguments *$ .
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.'t '( *': << ;}.,::1'' : ''in perfect pitch, the volume most articulate.
,\ <; ': i;. Lorimer lowered his bass notes in perfect balance to the i'v
crystal arpeggios. Each of the Preludes brought Brazilian
.\ moments to the Ballroom. Prelude No. 2 in E Major throbbedw .
ith the joy transported street life spoken in Portugese.

TARREGA COMPOSITIONS followed. The first Prelude
No. 2, was a Spanish piece. (Segovia has called its author the
"awakener of the, modern guitar.") "Recuerdos de la
Alhambra" was a wistful reminiscence of moonlight gypsiesas
they coursed through southern Spain.
After a brief intermission the artist returned with offeringsby 9F i
Joaquin Turina Isaac Albeniz.. and Andres Segovia. !
Charles Bush, a local guitar,teacher,commented "He plays
Segovia better than Segovia better than Segovia himself."
'Estudio Sin Luz" written by Segovia brought somber t
moments to the playing. It contained no lightness to remove
the heavily Baroque, male argument. j }
"ZAMBRA GRANADINA" by Albeniz was the most 1
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brightly energetic tune woven by Michael Lorimer's hands.' r i
There were times when the texture of his playing trembled Fifth Dimension will be In the Ocala Jal-Alal
with the smoothness of velvet. Fronton February n, The performance will be
He did an encore. A pretty piece. And yet another by a presented by the Gainesville Junior Woman's Club
modern composer. Now Michael's gone.If : and proceeds from this annual benefit will go to
Michael Lorimer's recording sessions sound like his
various community services. Tickets for the
in the Union Ballroom Sunday night his reputation
concert .
reserved $10 $8, and $5. and be
sections are can
will rise above a galaxy of well established guitarists, such as
by clair mcrritt Julian Bream. In the meantime. Michael Lorimer plays with purchased at Rebel Discount, Young American
p MICHAEL LORIMER the love and dedication which he says is essential to'being a Shop, Gil bergs, and Strickly Folk.The .

.studied under Segovia guitarist.

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missed an anniversary the other day. r/

Monday was the second anniversary of the Paris f.

Peace agreement between the United States and

North and South Vietnam. The second anniversary / .., %vl
of the day former President Richard

Nixon told the nation "Peace has come." .I24 1 11i':

If you missed it as 'we did, you can hardly be 111p
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blamed, because the treaty was two years and

100,000 then.lives ago. A lot of things have developedsince fl


For instance, the combat death rate last year

reached the second highest total of any year since '
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the war began, with 28,000 South Vietnamese 1;". <':: '':, : 'f : ,

soldiers dead, along with 2,000 civil servants, 500 ,< '
policemen and 5,600 civilians. And that's not to

mention the 133,000 wounded and 27,000 missing. 'w the of the./
And estimates of North Vietnamese casualtiesare e ______

running just as high.In .

addition, nearly 700,000 refugees have been
uprooted: from their homes in the south and are "-the-of the United States, in order to form a more -
establish insure domestic provide for the
starving in a war that refuses to die.
common promote the general and secure the of
Needless to say, the four-nation peacekeepingforce liberty to ourselves and to our-, do ordain and establish this ROBERT DAVIDSON
established by the agreement has broken of the States of America." ,
down completely and further peace negotiationshave 1. Such a phrase as "we the People" is a dangerous slogan
deteriorated to accusations and counter- which could be used by the masses to advocate a Socialist or
Communist state. We will not allow the Constitution to be
accusations of treaty violations.But used as the rallying cry for political reformers. Therefore it wan in foreign countries,even if they do not request our help.It .
if we missed the anniversary, President Ford will not be used by the.people. of a free and Democratic is not "defense", but progressive overseas enlightenment.
hasn't. He began preparing for it last week when country. 6. "Welfare" should be stricken from all written texts. If

he asked Congress for a $300 million "cake" in 2. By forming a "perfect union", it is being implied that 'we abolish the concept of "general welfare", poverty will go
further military aid to embattled South Vietnam. the author supports a genetically superior state. In the interest away. .
of ethnic harmony, such falsehoods should not be heard 7. By using the term "blessing",the author is inferring that
The request came because Congress cut in half American we are blessed. Since bless,
by the people. generally only a god can to use
military assistance to South Vietnam last year, 3. "Justice" is a topic which is too controversial in America such,terms as blessing,holy, peace,or love, are discriminatory
from $1.4 billion to $700 million. Officials are now today. The American judicial system is infallible, we should against people who don't believe in such supernatural trivia.
claiming that the $700 million is not enough to not question it. Anyone who disagrees with our legal systemor Religious and philosophical subjects (such as liberty) will not

replace the rapidly. dwindling arms .and am- violates its executed.moral codes will be imprisoned without trial and be fluence.allowed in any publications. They have a corrupting in

munition burned the Thieu summarily
up by regime. 8. Our "posterity" are to be considered illegal topics of
Ford, like at least four presidents before him, is publication due to the related subjects of birth control and
{ falling into the same old trap, the "We've pouredso abortion. These and similar subjects should not be discussedin
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much money into South Vietnam now, we can't SATIRE a healthy society.
just let it go down the drain," syndrome.But 9. The "Constitution" is a dangerous,document. If the
masses read and interpret its meaning,the government will be
maybe it's time to begin re-examining our '
forced to reform. This can not be allowed. It is to be banned.
commitment to making Vietnam "safe for 10. To be "united" infers that all men are equal such

Democracy." May be it's time we began to wonder 4. Since there are certain Communist inspired radicals in harmful ideas go against the traditions of our capitalistic

l if we've already contributed enough toward a' war this country who claim there is not "domestic tranquility" or society.
that has raged on for over a quarter of a century. such insignificant things as equal rights, it would be better to the You have nothing to fear from censorship. Just think of all
Like 56,000 Americans dead and more than 900 ignore the subject. No publications on the subject will be good censorship, does for America. It coven up political
corruption allows the CIA to spy on the public without theinterference
allowed in order insure
to smooth continuation of
others still Like inflation our present
missing. that
runaway policies.' V of Congressional controls, and hides atrocities
traditionally follows all wars, and like a society still 5. War or "defense" are socially unacceptable words committed by the military. Censorship even classifies the
showing the scars of mass dissent and defiance through which the author blatantly implies that Americans movies you see on Saturday night. Don't worry about what is

toward a government involved in an illegal war. are a warlike people.. This type of propaganda will not be happening After all,in the the Constitution world,let the censors decide for you. of

This year it's beginning to look like Congress tolerated. America has been granted the divine right to enter and guarantees you the freedoms

agrees. Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield

summed it up when he said some members on the

Hill, both Democrat and Republican, "have had The Independent David Smith
T.rii Wood
their fill of Southeast Asia. .
Ed.tor-ln.chlef' ,
Mansfield has vowed to fight Ford's request, Florida Alligator Managing Editor

saying it's time to let the Vietnamese, "settle their ;

own problems in their own way." QH Gmelic&Hjj ;

We agree, and. we hope that Florida Sens. : David'Klein Donna Brugman Brian Jones
Lawton Chiles and Dick Stone and Don 5- News Editor layout Editor Editor
Rep. layout
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Fuqua see things that way also. n.ftony" renaziorjom.tv.c0ok- -. j....... ... .... .. ,. .... .... ."...... ... .. ..General
Forces at in Vietnam the . .iI... .... .. .....: .." .... .. ,.,... ,Assistant Manager
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fighting on hotter than ever before with Anne .. ... Administrative A l.tont
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rages Malphurs ,,... ., ..,.. .. Campus Communications Inc.
neither side showing signs of concessions.The C. Roy Shipp .... .. .. ... ... Business.Bookkeeper
Viet have TomMacNomoro .\..,. .. ..... Manager P.O. Box 13266 University
vowed will .
Cong they not Ray McGee Jr. ., .. ,.. ... ... ,., .. :.. .... .. ,. .. ........ .. .. .Accountant Station Gainesville,'Florida with
negotiate while President Thieu remains in office, Donna Lubrono .... Advertiling Manager
' I i.r. ,.. ,to ,. .., offices behind the College Inn,
while at the same time, Washington shows signs of hey Harper .'. . ., . I ..t ..;.. .... .' ,,r...Special Advertillng Sections Coordinator 1728 West University Avenue
Lynda Hamler. . ., ','... .. Coordinator Business Office 376-4446
Thieu for third in r P Advertillng phone:
backing an unprecedented term Diana Snyd.r .., . Production Manager
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next October's presidential election. Lynn Sokler. . . . ,. . ..... ... .. . . Production Manager and ProductionDeportments
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Paying Ziegler to talk .r.';:,' ...1" .

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EDITOR It has recently come to my there was no one else. ,t,'
attention that Ron Ziegler our former SO RON Zeigler it is.
President's press secretary will be Well, the more I pondered the whole /-:::,., .
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speaking on campus in the latter part of arrangement the less angry I became.
February. 'The Accent people tell me it In fact, I've found in the last few months
will cost SG upwards of $2600 to bring that I quite genuinely miss Richard Nixon.

that noble gentleman here. After all, here was a living, walking
MY FIRST reaction upon hearing this representation of everything detestable in
was perhaps predictable: outrage, indignation American politics, someone at whom I
a torrent of expletives that could spit all the venom my dark soul was
momentarily rendered the air around me a capable of generating. At this point, I no
pale shade of violet. longer have Richard Nixon to kick around
My god! 1 bellowed, the incredible and I'm sorry. Since his demise I've felt
temerity of those SG imbeciles to spend my lethargic and aimless. And frustrated.I .

money on someone as thoroughly I NOW FIND however, that for' a
reprehensible as Ron Ziegler! It's I quite couple of hours next month I will actually
sufficient that he was one of the more be within shrieking distance of Ron,
visible spokesmen for the Nixon Ziegler. To be sure, he isn't Nixon. But he
Presidency. But paying him to speak to us is the next best thing and I, for one, intendto
because he was just that ,somehow seems take full advantage of the opportunity
like throwing good money after bad. You folks at Accent really know what's
What on earth can he possibly have to what. Thanks, guys. $2600 Hell, it's
say? Does Ron Ziegler have $2600 worthof worth $26,000 for a chance like this.
wisdom in him? At least I think it is. Maybe while I'm Bankruptcy not 'funny

The Accent people; maintain they have shouting myself senseless it won't occur to .
labored valiantly to find someone of a me that $2600 would just about support Y'

more legitimate interest to speak here, like some graduate assistant for a full year. EDITOR The paragraphs titled "Get out students are available only through the

Dan Rather Eric Severeid or Douglas of jail free" on page three of your EXTRA! repayment' of outstanding loans. Non
Kiker to no avail. Literally, they insist George Palmer, 8ASCan't Magazine Supplement to the Alligator of payment of a loan either through default or

January 24, 1975 prompted this letter.I bankruptcy means that those funds will not
be hand to lend.
on
collections officer at Student Ac-
am a
At a time when 55 percent of theUniversity's
counts and, responsible for collecting
student population receive
of Florida loans. becauseof
Perhaps
University
I financial assistance of one form or anothernot
stand it my position I fail to see any humor in
anymore "kiss ( necessarily.loans) as stated by Ira D.
to
advocating bankruptcy as a means Affairs
Turner, Director of Student Financial ,
your creditors goodbye, especially when the in Wednesday's Alligator the loss of any loan
EDITOR I would like to ordered curtailment of the discomfort, the intellect is writer goes on to say"But you better act fast. is serious.
express my agreement ,with I use of air conditionings stifled, the working environment The Federal Bankruptcy Act is scheduled to money So when a debtor declares bankruptcy he is
Mr. Sommers comments on ems with the exception of deteriorates undergo revision this year and talk is that not ripping off the University (the money is
ventilation which where it is is slowed. student loans will be non-dischargeable
appearedin areas explicitly progress ours only to administer), but he may very well
Tuesday's Alligator. obvious that this could not Surely we must all makean debts." be denying another individual the chance to

Several buildings on campus be done. effort in cutting unnecessary The University's long and short term loan attend college.:
have inadequate 'external As a result, temperaturelevels expenses however programs are revolving or self-generating, Michael L Brooks
ventilation systems since and tensions in these the net gain, costs saved by loans. This means that funds for future Collections Officer
they were designed to use poorly ventilated buildingsare effort minus cost of effort
mechanical systems to reaching breaking should be carefully con
provide a working en- points. Our minds are sidered. We may be Incorrectly
vironment.The subject to our frail physical weighing our Helping the library:1:|
administration in its bodies. As the heat increases priorities.
effort to cut rising costs, has concentration is disturbed by Joe Bolanos .
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EDITORi The recent professor every college and justifiably be eliminated than
.And is no decision of the administration department. It is the most' new books for the library.
cheating of this school to vital part' of the University.And How about the sacred cow
cripple the library because of the saddest thing is of sports? Do football players
the deficit in the University that it may not be necessary to still receive a scholarship
laughing matter either budget is the most cut the library budget this which pays for their laundry?
reprehensible act have} seen way. Why not'give studentsthe Is this more essential to the
yet at UF. Granted that opportunity to help the University than the library?
EDITORi The recent investigation of the However, if they meet their day of reckoningafter funds are tight, but it does library instead of their THESE ARE only a few'L ,
Honor Court into the alleged mass cheating we've been rejected from professional not seem to me that much present destination (the ideas which seem obvious to '
ring in the of Business Administrationhas schools, or acquired a second rate job, it will '
College foresight is' necessary to Athletic Association portion me. The point is, the library
hopefully opened the door for extensive be a little late for tears or regrets. Informingthe ascertain that elimination of or the portion which goes to should be one of the last parts
reform in the manner in which exams are Honor Court or a professor of cheating new book purchases, cancellation Student Government, for of the University to suffer, not
administered. Precautions against cheatingand violations isn't that much of a traumatic of magazinesubscriptions example.) the first. If you are con

the selling of exams need to be drastically experience if you realize that the your exam professor'sincompetency is indirectly and Why not ask the Med. cerned as I am, please writeto
tightened to protect not a college's, or a in proctoring You, the decreasing hours of Center and IFAS to help out President Marston and
professor's reputation, but the unfortunate encouraging cheating. who Is operation so drastically will the library. These colleges ex'press your objection. If you
the only one
honest student's GPA and'academic record individual student, are look out for, own do irreparable damage to the allegedly have some funds, can think of anything betterto
which is consequently being deflated when going to adequately your University now and in- and they ought to see that it is do please publicize it. Butit

classes are graded on a curve. skin.Dr. Deans It won't be the defmetly into the future. in the best interest of' their is a disaster to just stand by
and :
Competition for jobs and for entrance into Marston students at this universitywho THE LIBRARY Is. the colleges to fund the library. and see the backbone of' the
professional schools is difficult enough as it is majority of honest if seemingly childish University. If the information WHY NOT cut back on University destroyed by the
without freeloaders making it all that much will rant and regulations rave are enacted, it will isn't there, the research xran't unnecessary, non-academic anti-intellectualism of the
harder. I urge Dr. Marston to pressure the precautionary who have been riding be done, and the University functions. Graduation administration.-
College Deans to tighten their security! be the small and minority who obviously still need to be' cannot function. The library exercises are an example of Ella Kay Carl

precautions for exam administration and for the watched system, who, will do the most wailing. In the affects every student, every something which could more 7AS

the Honor Court to prosecute anyone found prevention is a heck of a lot easier,
guilty in their current investigation to the long run
prosecution.
and cheaper, than
fullest
extent
possible.
Many students share the opinion "Well Joseph F. Warren Jr. I r- EDITOR In a recent communication! tens of thousands die 'of
sooner or later it will catch up with them." 3BA I I issue of the Florida Perhaps Mr. Williams starvation in Bangledeshat

Alligator there' was a dissatisfaction with the the same moment?
I article criticizing, "A world food situation is the In the Alligator article
The Independent Banquet'Table" by HiramD. point of his expression the author is hung up on
A Williams, as part of the through paint and canvas. paint and canvas and fails
Florida AlligatorDoug reason behind the Boardof to get the message i.e.
Regents' reluctance to Certainly a banquet table banquet tables don't makeit
Dial Ron CunninghamEnt.rtoinm.nt banquet allocate money for art painted with Flemish like when folks are starvingall
Editor'' Associate EditorGeorget related fields. This may be reality would, for some, over the world. To
,I so and, if so. this writing better represent a point out the dichotomiesin ,
Kochaniec Jr. table must congratulate Mr. banquet, but, what would the real world is the -11'
Photo Editor Williams for his mate that have to do with a concern of the artist today.
ability to irk people of 'sumptuous entertainmentof
Greg Forrer Mlndl KetrnonAist. position. This is truly food and drink while Lawrence P. Dolan :,
Sports Editor, News Editor
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_ TECHNIC01On+PIANAtnSgtlea bar, kitchen" living, room with fireplace, (afternoons or evenings) (A-4T-69-P) w-rack-$30; new Davis Imp rockef-$25; $100 cottage nearby lake-Completely 3284 (b-20t-69p)
2 br. 1 bath, wall to wall carpet central House Trailer 8 28 One Bedroom new Addidot ((7'4)$12) ; portable .secluded amongst the pines and
au-heat.. completely furnished Furnished Shower Regrig Air condilioner typewriier-S20 Coll Jen. 3770578A5T( flowers Rent could be much lower in DR. H.J. STEVENSDR.
/ r r Luxurious, economical easy terms Call Water Heater Etc. 378-8<190 (A- 69.P) exchange for workll Call today RICHARD STEVENS
4:40 4:25N 373.1071 and.leave name and phone. For sole: men's sears 26 inch lO-speed Open days 377-6992
W Jolt Antique 1955 Ford Truck body, tires,
.
STltrt.edtad OPTOMETRIST
(A 5T 68-P) 135 Includes all utilities-No lease lost
soussveeo 6:10 ':00 '150ifIi engine excellent Needs Transmission. bike. Good condition $60.00 call sherryat or
Call David 373.2224 keep trying. (o-lOt- 377-4459 after S 00 (5T-69-P) month. Heat carpets, drapes. In Ideal MOVED TO
seme location. Students and couplet 831' N.W 13th St.ACROSSFROMGAINESVILLE.
66-p))
for less than 6 months old
sole-guitar
LEWIS welcome!) Pets Allowed ((1203))
1973 Honda 350 Excellent Condition, ong sold for 350$ will sell for 200$ must' Open days 377-692
JewelryCompanyCLASS with helmet. Call David 373.2224 keep see to appreciate 378-0747 (o-4t-69-p) HIGH SCHOOL
Efficiency-all util paid-low, low rent for
RINGS 'trying (o-IOt-66-p) FREEDOM: Step-van camper a-c, elect, this fully furn apt located in quiet NW PHONE 372-1229
DIAMONDSWATCH 1973 mobile home 12 x 60 2 bedrooms sink, shag-carpet tape-deck a once In a area minutes from campus Air, heat, i
: REPAIRS central air + heat fully furnished $1200 lifetime opportunity only $995 kitchen equipped ((1252)) Rerlb t Mir wie
equity&assume notes of 75.77 month or see at safari
e""R" 200 W. University Ave. make offer Janet 373.2064 (o-7l-70-p) campground In olochuo (o-it-70-p) United Real Estate Assoc. ,
372.4106 HONDA SI-100! 1971 good shape $200. 1 113 NE 16th Ave lef w. t"A 5'. ,
also fabulous step-van camper ac-, Open 9am to 8pm 3776992B.5T69C
] elec., sink' shag-carpet tape deck ( )
Sorry see safari camp.ground In
No Fane alachua ((a4t70olSears \
ROYAtPARK
I ten-speed "Freespirlt" with lock
Cinema 1&2 and chain two months old. $70.00 3425- PORTERe:15
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3:045:40
l : 204 SW 2nd AYe. 373-6118 (o-Sl-TD-p) The Connection
10 3,30.1:30 370? NEWIIIHV D PHONE J >3 4777 1:4410:00
23" Men's 10 speed Mercer excellent
condition $90 or best offer call 376-0002 Lounge
after 6:00: keep trying (a3t70.p) i I 1110 90CA.N

Freebie CLARINET w case excellent condition TONIGHT- I
] very reasonable should see to oppreciote :

and the Bean Call 373.9700 (10.31.71.pl LADIES' NIGHT wl '1t
Bier Men 26 ,inch 3 speed bike with double 1t:1ke 2
baskets. Seats brand. almost NEW
$50.00 Coll 377-5252 Keep "trying, (a-3t- 2 FREE DRINKS ten N, PHA St.
I eI 71-p) FOR LADIES

I I J rrt' Men s LIBERIA 10 speed 7 month's' old LADIES DRINKS 75c
PflRTII I + great condition asking $95 call tom 372-
3237 (\0-t.71.p:! )
10 speed excellent condition 2 yrs DANCE CONTEST
old $50 ask 'for bill after 2 p.m. 378-
1789 (o-H-71-p) $50 CASH FOR WINNER

Leaving must sell STA 80 stereo.
$25 SECOND PLACE
receiver, 80 w output 2 speakers
Opt mus Ib headphone" 4 months.. old, MAGNUM CHAMPAGNE
ask $290 call Hung 378.3471\ or 392.9045
lIPArn' 3RD PRIZE f:13:
(o5t-71-p) *
SORRY
FOR RENTwanted NOW PLAYING NOPASSESOR It
DISCOUNT TICKETS
BOBBY RAY & COOLEY '* 4
quiet mature responsible ATTRACTION 4
roommate own bedroom A bathroom .
util. la Bonne Vie Apt 306 377.7886 or 3500 SW 13th ST 4< 4< 4f 4t 444

376-8424 ((6:00: pm) ask for Nerida rent ..
$'0500 (B-ST-67-P)

1 apt to sublease,available feb 24 close to
campus, 2 bdr, pool 172.me 378-8336 :
after 5 pm ((8 10T-67.P) EMERSONLJUCE&nUMERSTARTS

9-1 OuadStereo'ThursFriSat 1fl Sublet modern 1 bdrm opt. by Feb 1
150.00 !mo unfurnished N.W. 26th aye
378-0787 ((8-ST-67-P) IN

Room for rent own room in 3
50C bedroom house, $88 mo + 1.3 utilities. THE
Central air ond heat, across from
westside park,.1104 NW 34 St 376-8423 MOVIES!
(b-3t71.) TODAY

WANT TO MOVE? .
If you desire to move from your present i
location we icon rent,sublet It or find you
a roommate Immediately at NO COST .
m U! Call todoyll!! .r 49)j
United Real Estate Assoc Inc.
113 ME 16th Ave 377-6992 (bfr.S5J) )


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The lnd.pndnt Florida Alligator,Thursday:, ,January M 1978,Poo* 13



LI 1 GATOR +CLASSIFIEDS I







OR RENT FOR RENT
HELP WANTED
PERSONAL LOST FOUNDFound SERVICESDIVE
mote yront.d to Whare room Immediate Occupancy, :3 bedroom opt. Secretarial .
bedroom opl. oak forest opti. central heat and air with pool 215 per Openings 73-74 Polar Cow reunion at the king Engagement (for big finger) THE BAHAMAS SPRING BREAK

| month Immediate occupancy month call 373-2209 or 373.3464 (b-5t- Good toble-thursday Jon. 30 from 9 on any White gold base + small diamond set unlimited oir-3 meal a day-a bunk oil

uMi 1 (b-StTO-p) *_-p_) ___ office secretarm! skills' and general| question call Rob at 3784848 or Bill ot on top. .found on soccer field.Call 373- for $140 for 5 glorious day mar 24-28 for
COUNTRY tight miles to Windmeodows knowledge required. Typing> 377-9939 ((J-3T-69) 2926 + Identify. ((1-3T-69-NC)) more Info ph John Appelboom 392-8759
j tuj unfurnished apartment 2 ability 60-65 accurate word
Pas OK 63.00 + 1-3 util. Coll BR 2 bath carpet drape AC polio, pool per minute. Young Man, 28, New In town, Interested Found: Small brown t white puppy near (M.5T-65-P)

5t.70- tennis court by Feb call 373.9896 or 373- Salaries commensurate with ability and in meeting young women. Write to: corner of N.w.l2th St. t unlv. ove. Gill ElECTRCXYSIS. By appolctment only.Mrs. .
3558 (b.St.7'.p) experience Excellent fringe benefit IDM, 1605 NW. 21st Ave. Gainesville, 318-11I2 (L-5T-67-P) J.N. Karp Telephone: .(904)) 376-
Alt WANTED sublet o 4 bdrm and Flo 32601 (J.J!>,t.B7.P) 5673 (m-lOt-44-p)
2 rm, for 2 working conditions with
from rent or 3 people MF or cple progressive
shag corpet. oerot.office $30-50 mo no deposit lost mo. 10 mm' }firm, russia berlln( london wont to travel four lost calculator while hitchhiking thur. auto repair, Imported and domestics fine
the
mo. contact place bike to campus liberal own room call week fellow students foreign study night can't afford new one and need work at even finer rotes,call 377-0307 or

tTO-p anytime 373.7127 (b.3t.71|.p) Qualified. and interfiled applicant leave July $1350 cart marilyn 378-7104 desperately for engineering studies. come by 216 NE 3rd Ave. Ask for Bill orMike
sit no lease house on lake Santa Private Room Moid contact Carolyn R. Miller with Block Joyce 373-3287 after 5 (|-5t-70-p) REWARD toll 377-9514 (I l-5t-71-p) (M-5T-67-P)
Ion*to shore with $100 mo, util service male one blk Crow S Eidsneu, Inc., 3772442.An Found: 1974 Miss. Slot Graduation .
to OF first half Feb. free lease till, June Term Paper! Canada' large Service. EUROPE-ISRAEL AFRICA-ASIA
I* carpet dishwsr porch yard $80 2nd fl. For catalogue send$2 to Essay Service, Ring. Call Edward McDonald ol 378-1321
mo. quiet l Terry 377.IIS910sl : Travel discount y.ar-round. Student Air
llIM 376-2688 (b3tEED Equal between B t 3 '.M. fl.St-71-nc)
month 4 (40 do (b-St-71-p) Opportunity Employer 57 Spodino Avenue. Suite 208, Toronto, Travel Agency, Inc. 5299 Roswell Rd.

Fern roommate needed at; Place; Apt. Licensed real estate salesperson for Onl. Canada. AIM campus representatives Atlanta, Go. 30342, 252-3433 (M-UT-

Own bdrm$97 + '. ut luxury Opt Walk notional company. Qvorannted\ salary required. Please write ((-35t70'p SERVICES. 60-P)

to UF Coil/1 Virginia 392.7612 or 378-6363 6973.+ commmion.E5T69.C Call Gory or Susie 377- ) CUBA CLASS start Feb. 2. alt equipment WIRED FOR SIGHT

I CASH or come by No 116 (b.SI.71.p) ( ) 1st Methodist,Church starting a college provided Including mask, fins snorkel, B.C., "The Eyeglass Super Marl"

shore house SI 25.00 include utilities" Mature student with own car to pick and program friday, |an 31 6:30: pm dinner, and, full wetsult. International certification UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS.
Phone 376-9755 M.F, come by 1 1208 NW babynt 5 y. old 1:30-5 pm and do light discussion, croft, activities great way to t.txlbook and all air S open-water dives coil '300 SW Nth Ave. 378-4480

st 21 Ave. After 6, any 'lime, weekend (b- house-work if willing salary com- meet people all ore we come for ride I,33 absolutely no extra charges call/ Scuba (CM-50-33-C)
2t.71.p) mensurate 373-4418 after 5 pm (e-4t-70-( call koren 392.9603 ((1-21-71-p) I:ynomlcs 373-5069 (m-9t-c4-p)

Pj)_ Happy Aniversary Lynn. 8 month of rstsl
IUT Ull TMQf WANTED wanted heaven I love in bunches, "For all your typing need.Call us at our
Help port time in afternoon to you great big office between 8 and 377-2235 or after The Connection
roommate wanted for country living do typesetting must have experiencealto R.c ((d-lt-71-p/ ) 6pm Debbie-377-7806 or Sandi- 378-

1 15 min. to U of F -own bedroom- S65 needed receptionist quote price MENI! WOMENI! JOBS ON SHIPSI! No 5754" (M5T-6BP) Lounge
+ 1-3 utll. liberal but mature call hour 8-6, M-F must be dependable and experience required. Excellent pay.

charlje! ot 378-4150 (days) (C-5T-63-P)) responsible 372-4669 (e-fr-70-c)_ Worldwide travel. Perfect summer job COLLEGE OF' EDUCATION"Need a !
YWS A. KLOCK calculator ditto machine? TONIGHTLADIES' t ..
GOlD I SILVER Top'price, paid for clcs. Listeners Wanted: Must be native or career.,Send $3.00 for Information typewriter, -
SEAFAX, Depl. E-10 P.O. Box 2049, Port Or a phone from which you can call?
English speaking + must have normal
34th Place
4 N.W. old etc. confidential call
ring lewelry,
available In 321
hearing. Please call Arlene 392-2049 Angeles Washington 98362. (-6l-7l-p| ) These and lots more are NIGHT
Oule 373-389ot'c.5).53-c( )
Hall. m-lOl-70-c
373-8936 between I p m & 4 p m. Mon. thru Fri. Kim I met you at the Airport Fri. Night Norman ( )

I 2 women to experience a farm In C.A. We_will pay $2 per hour. (t-lOT-63-C) I'd like, to see you ogam Call Bill 378- Self Realisation Assistance A personalrap 2 FREE DRINKS
NEW YORK LIFE free lodging for help with chores $300 8235 (|2t-7l-p) on your spiritual evolvement aided
round trip by air. if Interested call 463- ART,ART ED female over 21 with auto for by your astrology chart. Dennis 3774159will FOR LADIES
|wranct Company 2668. No collect. (C-5T-67-P) part time ART LETTERING job 3 afternoons LOST & FOUNDLOST ( teach) LADIES DRINKS 75c

week. Apply at 12268 S.
per
liberal Mole Roommate NeededOwnroom SLEEPY HOLLOW Horse Form featuringthe
wronce Mom, St 1-5 PM (E-5T-67-P) Gray jacket somewhere around
in 4 bedrm, $8000 moth. + '/ cor wash on 13th st please if you find it finest professional Instruction & the DANCE CONTEST
Insurance utilities$75.00 deposit.Village Apts. Call could you handle an impossible lob? return very Imp. cannot be replaced best boarding facilities its beautiful 373-

ofter 4 p m. 378-2802 (C-5T-67.P) application are currently being accepted reword call pete 377-8876 (L-5T-68) 1059 466-3224 (m-10t-66-p)
Insurance: female for fall, 1975 resident assistant' $50 CASH FOR WINNER
mature roommate wanted to position with the division, of housing Found Pair of glasses with victory on "JOBS IN ALASKA" handbook- how to
shore $25 SECOND PLACE
2-bedroom
iitiw 11THERE'S furnished apt spring apply before feb. 1 I. 1975 at one of the Inside found at lei Hall. Come by work and live In Alaska latest pipeline
quarter $115/ plus ft utilities vizcoya housing's area offIces. (e.41.6ot-p) 242 Lei Hall. (L-5T-67-NC) information. 13.00. JIA, Box 7, Norwich, MAGNUM CHAMPAGNE
call lorl
378-5795 C-5T-67-P
Ion Plans opts. ot ( ) M-15T-63P
Vt 05055. ( )
Found: Traveler Check found at the _
mole roomate wanted, fully furnished AUTOS 3RD PRIZE
Plaza In front of the Library West. Call HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALS
opt at country manor, 67.50 mo.i' 1973 CORVETTE COUPE fully equipped 372-7840' (L-5T-67-P) BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL NOW PLAYING
til. $5000 dep. call 377-8066 anytime
block leather int excellent condition ATHLETICS
(C-5T-67-P) Found: Four key on a plain keyring ABILITY-STUDYING MEMORY
MORE $6995 firm 372-0248 after 5 pm (g-51-70- Found In street beside Norman Hall. Call 373-3059 Donald G. Pratt-Certified BOBBY RAY & COOLEY
pleasant female roommate wonted' for Pj)_ 373-6856 (L-5T-67-NC) MEN, MPH (m-21t-48p)

J TO SEE WITH utilities sharp' vifcaya'3785886 apt .5T-68$65-month P i I 13 66 fury, '64 buik both oc, heater, auto, lost descented Skunk vicinity 26th Stand IT FEELS 3500 SW 13th STDON'T
( )
and recent inspection, 475 for both 376- University Reward Please help us GOOD when you do it right I'll show
CABLE TV 1 12 female roommates wanted to share 9755, days or 373.7391 after 6 (3t-70-p-p) find our Friend Thank Call 377-8281 (I. you how. Call Steve 377-4359 eves for

2 bedrm opt brondwine, share classy cruiser, 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix 5t-70-p) Tennis lessons Try it. you'll like ill (m-2t-

utilities .- fun -- pool sun tenants full power, FM with reverb wire Pair of men sunglasses found Sun. Jan 71-p)

ar Pew breakfast parties call after, 378-1903 (c- wheelcovers, A C Fine running looking 26, on Murphree Court Call/ to Identify. French, Spanish' Italian tutoring children
51-6 p) $475 373-7231 (G.4T-69.P)
373-2594 (l-5t-70p) & adults, B.A. French experienced
IV Channels, A weatnermel
[ UPI News. New Yorkk female to shore room in 2 bedroom 72 Vega GT Hatchback Air Automatic' ANYONE who know of a pair of glasses $..5 hr Exp also in tech., reg Iran-

Exchange. 2 FM stations on plush opt.Windmeodows $66 a mo + '. 27000 miles Excellent Condition $2300 inside o crocheted handbag lost friday at slating 377-4877 (m-51.71-p)
@
Channels, and 9 FM and 4 AM utilities" immediate occupancy student For more info call 377 8356 Alter 5 pm. the plaza, call 373-435Z osk for DRY TORTUGAS for spring break diving

|one on the FM band.UNIVERSITY perfered call/ Tanya 373-0735 (C-5T-69- Reason: Going, West and I need a Van. "desperate". (l-2t-70-p) and camping trip Fly by seaplane

H __ (g.5t.7)).p)_ from Key West March 21-25 or 25.29 All

CITY Female roommate wanted Feb. I rent 69 Ford Galoxie, 500 air, all power, scuba equipment provided Explorehistoric
EllVISION CABLE CO. INC. $68. Brondywme opts Tel. 376-2496 call automatic' 2 dr V8 better than Avg. Fort Jefferson $115 with .certification Rabbit
NEED SOMEONETO $150 I includes full scuba course
condition, for less than avg retail blue
522 N. C-5T-69-P
MAIN ST. after
5 pm. ( ))
373-5069 m-51-71-
call Scuba (
book $1075 00. asking 19.50.00. call 372- Dynamics
.
studious ROOMMATE wanted for own TALK TO? )
7004 (g-5t 71-p), P
2 blocklfrom
bdrm In 2 bdrm duplex apt
will term ,
Experienced 'typist' type papers
S75.00 4Vt util call BUY
campus mo PERSONAL thesis" or dissertation. Fast t accurate

Jim 373-5666 (C.ST-69.P) ,\Wedding invitation, $11.40 per 100, service at reasonable rales Call 373-

Help) we need I lemale room mate |I)uslnes, card $995, rubber stamps" 8923 (m-5t-71-p) ANY CAR

; mutt be fun-loving and pleasant $60 ,I magnetic sign, offset printing Cliff Hall MEDICAL COLLEGE ADMISSION PRACTICE
has
month + utilities.. Gatorwood apt |hinting 1103 N. Main (J-FR-58-C for
TEST. Nationwide test to prepare
TEGIUDOGI close to campus call anytime! 373-3735. iAMMIE'S ARRIVED FROM LONDON, actual MCAT. Test analyzed, score and UNTIL YOU DRIVEA

(e-5t-69.p) NOW OPEN, Specializing in English haircutting C.v percentile rank reported. RABBIT
Female roommate for 2 br opt 55 oKelpl blow waving for the In look

FORMS w* need I female roommate unisex. Drop by Colonial Plaza 716 W. GRE PREPARATION Cou"e. In
must be fun-loving and pleasant $60- Unlv Ave 377264350l53p(| ) Gainesville. 18 hrs., $35; course *

month + V utilities gatorwood opts KARATE LESSONS repeatable fr... Call (305): 854-7466. 38 MPG

close to campus.Call anytime! 3733735. $20 man (M-14T-69-P)
Small classes per
(C-5T-69-P) 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th St.) Mon thru

female roomate for 2 br opt 55 a mo. Sot even 7 to 9. 3787131. (J-20T-60-P) SUICIDE AND CRISIS I HIGHWAY DRIVING

plus 1-3 utilities move In by feb 1 prefer Depression blues? we will fix. your .

WI serious student 378-4162 keep trying (c- motorcycle today honda yamaha most INTERVENTION SERVICE E: Aleckv CountyGenerator

e 4t-69-p) |Op, triumph norton bso moto guzzl

Female Roommate wonted I br opt 2 super bikes 10-6 7 day 3441 SW archer 376-4444 Service $3,098LOCAL

Mock from U of F 67.50 a mo. -futilities (J.5T.68.Pj) ___________
The Conimtl start feb Ut call elizabeth 377- SUPERBIKES INC. Has tire dunlop K 81 AlternatorsStartersGenerators PRICEMILLERBROWN

9772 Desoto Apts. (c-3t-70-p) $33 leather jacket $70 full coverage -
helmets $33. 3441 SW archer rd 7 days o
Lounge PARRALEl BAR 36"or -
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY week 377-6901 (J-5T-68.P) PLACE YOUR
drafting equipment
42" Also other
TONIGHT except table call dove 392-8764 after 4 GATOR JAZZ BAND See'them at f la Gym Foreign CarService

(e-2t-70-p). Feb I I. II.4SAM before Fla-Vondy Game 4222 N.W. 13 St.
AP-
2 bdm Port of GATOR BASKETBALL GATORCLASSIFIEDS
wanted to shore
mole roommate
LADIES' NIGHT PRECIATION DAY 75 Game' ticket.
opt. avail feb. month'I. uttl.country call needed for admittance' (J.4T-68-P) Ph. 378-4011 *EPA tests
$58
2 FREE garden opts
DRINKS
377-9642 (c-5t-70-p)_ .- GATOR BASKETBALL'S FIRST 'AlLEVRALLY' 508 N.W. 8th' Ave.
FOR Saturday FEB. 1st FLA GYM.
LADIESLADIES wonted 2 br mobile home $80
roomote
bonn r conlest'H' ((14To8 -
village Action starts w-
View
mo. + % utilities Prolrt
DRINKS
75c call evenings 378-3907 (c-3t-70-p) PI

for own roomIn GATOR 'AllEY RALLY' BASkETBALL'S AT THECAMPUS m7ni I
Wanted mole roommate
:
ANCE CONTESTCASH 3 bdrm Williamsburg. $85 per mo. + FIRST 0 0 Saturday FEB. lit FLA GYM
leaS 11AM (IJ.T.68.If -
14 util behind med center call Don Tips. oft *hot dog .

FOR WINNER 377.9633 or 373-5283 (c-3t-70-p)
and need help, we SHOP
$25 SECOND Mellow, gentle, together person shore you ore pregnant
PLACE 377-4947 (J-24T-
Must Call Birthright.
house. own rm. bike to campus core.
AGNUMCHAMPAGNk really dig dogs end music $68 mo. + I. 69-P) -
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6964 (e-5t 71 p) removed
378
util Slue* Susan COED' facial hair permanently

3RD PRIZE I or 2 female roomates for 2 bedroom 2 Call) Edmund Dwyer ANDBOOKSTORE

NOW PLAYING both furn. opt ot Country Gardens $60 electrologisl over 20 year experience
mo + '. utllles, 377-7309: (C-7t7l\ ) Call 3728039 (J-FR-61-C) I PRESENTS

Bay RAY'' COOLEY female roomote country gardens near Gay women get-together 6 P.M. Thur. .
I
campus and honds call debbie, offer 6 107 N.W. 15th Terr. For Info. Coll Jean DIXIE DRIVE
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SSCO SW 13th ST pm. m.m any time otherwise 378 8571 39215755t70c(| )

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WITH A TUNE-UP v.: lb. IMPORTED HAM & SWISS 1.35

LP & TAPE SALE 110 percent OFF plugs, pts. cond. SPECIALS GOOD ALL DAY

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By MARK JOHNSON "HE BRINGS a little pep it's not so much professional," I
u Alligator Sports Writer said sophomore pitcher Rick Gardner. "Coach Fuller
For the typical sports fan, the combination of baseball and stressed technique and seriousness. Coach Bergman added a
winter i is about as likely as Howard Cosell and lockjaw.But little pep to the team." .
be it the cold of January or the gloom of November "He lets you know when you're on the field there's a job to
I : ( baseball lives .. quietly, mind you .. the year. round at UF be done, but it doesn't seem like work" said sophomore Jim
Just ask Jay Bergman. Schulock.
NOW IN his second year as the number two man on the UF "I. just try to be as enthusiastic toward my profession as.I
baseball totem pole, Bergman finds himself busy through can" Bergman said. "I love what I'm doing and I'm enthusiastic
nine weeks of fall practice six weeks of spring practice, the about it, and 1 hope to generate my enthusiasm to
1 ? 46-game regular season, and his summer'coaching duties fora the kids."
.j1.3 semipro Ocala team. ONE OF Bergman's greatest pleasures in college baseballis
"I. guess maybe the hardest( thing is traveling and being ,watching his players improve and develop their skills. He
:, o oPp away from the family; I guess all coaches would say that," takes special pride in the fact that three of his former playersare
..,. } Bergman said.Pressure currently on major league rosters.
.. j) also takes its toll on the 34-year old Bergman. "You like to see people progress. I strive every day to bringout
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," Bergman said"but I thinkbaseball is a sport you can practice. I love to hit ground balls and fungoes. I like to
still enjoy. The sport allows you to get closer to your players, watch the,kids develop.
and I think this is good. It's a healthy situation." "I. try to remain' as consistent .a personality as I can,"
La Bergman's life in baseball began, as you might expect, .in Bergman said. "I don't think I'm a holler person, and I don't
the Little Leagues. An outfielder through most of his playing think I'm a quiet person either I'm somewhere in between."
days, he describes himself as "just.an average ball player.".. INDEED, CONSISTENCY is one of Bergman's main
A eF' Y'S'' Jw Bergman held several coaching positions in the years coaching philosophies.
following his graduation from Rollins College in 1963, but his "I. try to approach practices the same way I approach
big break came when he was hired to break in the baseball games,"he said. "Ballplayers are sensitive to coaches, When
program at brand new Seminole Junior College in 1966. the coach gets all tense before a game the players think.'Hey,
"THAT WAS the best thing that could have ever happenedto maybe we ought to be tense, too.'"
me," he said. "I was able to make mistakes and learn from "What Coach Bergman says, you take it: that's the'way it
them. It was a.great learning experience." is,"said to Jim Schulock. "You get the authority image of
The players' opinions on Bergman vary from "no com him, but he doesn't press it on you."
by andy newman ment",to "great", but most all of them seem to respect the Freshman pitcher Mike McCarthy probably summed up
man and the enthusiasm he shows on the field. the feelings of most of the team or at least' those of the
COACH JAY BERGMAN
"He's always up, he's always kind of lively," said freshman younger players: "You can describe him in one word: a
."I 1 love what I'm doing" shortstop Roger Holt. "He's a lot of fun to play for.'' coach, a real coach."

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Gator basketball team. Their Gators have not played been traveling, getting little

Do It I SEC record is 35. Four of poorly, even foolishly at sleep in pursuit of talent on
Yourself
those SEC lossess have come times. But the majority of the the recruiting circuit. Four
Custom Picture Framing hours of sleep here two

FramingOne here.

Day. Service Easy. Fun. Kendrick draftedin It would be easy for him to
Inexpensive be in terrible humor. Right

about now, someone lesser 1"

. ninth' roundLinebacker would crack and snap. Lotz
will not.
I We have a great selection of prints. I I "I don't find it hard to get

up for the games" he said.
Preston proceedings were Glenn
MON., WED., THURS. Kendrick became the fourth Cameron Ralph Ortega, and "Our situation could have "a'
demoralizing effect on some.
10 to 9 2929 NORTHWEST 377-5650 UF player to be picked in this Burton Lawless. "BUT NOBODY fault
TUES, FRI., SAT. year's NFL draft. The
THIRTEENTH STREET 317.5652 our effort against Alabama. It
lOt 6 defensive end was drafted by Kendrick might get the "
effort.
the San Francisco 49'ers in opportunity to play againstthe was a super

lIulI.,1eI and One, Gallery] ninth round. his brother Vince, also a UF could Few that viewed the game

Other Gators tapped by the graduate, who now plays for disagree.
Those that did not see the
pros in yesterday's Atlanta.
game missed a good one.
However, another contest is
/KNOWLEDGE A WONDERFUL TNNOTHAT'S Saturday against Vanderbiltin

Lady Gators the Alley at 2 p.m.
THE GAME will be
A COLLEGE EDUCATIONIS
WHAT
preceded by festivities. the
first Annual Gator Basketball

ALL ABOUT./ slip by FlaglerThe beginning Appreciation at 11 a.m.Day.with It's a

Banner
Judging Competitionthat
invites individual or
University of Florida LADY GATOR Coach any
organization to enter a
women's basketball leta Paula Welch
team was extremely
banner. Prizes will be
19-point lead trickle away, pleased with the win, and a awarded.
but managed to hang on 63- noisy team shared her joy.
Half an hour later, you can
59 against Flagler College "I think today we showedour
scarf two hot dogs, baked
Welch said, but
Monday afternoon. depth.
beans cole slaw, a fudge
admitted that the loss of the
5 Sue
-foot-11 center
brownie and Coke- all for a
Chambers again led the Lady 19-point lead had her con
buck until 1 p.m. in the Alley.
Gators with IS points, with cerned. The Gator Jazz band will
----
-. r Kathy Wagner and Cassie ,"We're looking good, be playing from 11:45: until
Macias both at 12 for Florida. though. It was a big win for
12:30: and will be followed by
let student aids help SHOULD us, and now it's back to work "
our "WE never have the "Alley Rally. Game
for this weekend, Welch.
let that lead get away like tickets are required for admission

with educationPhysics that," Chambers groaned, said.The to the Alley Rally.
Gators also
your after'the game adding, "We lady are The rally will feature Gator
half hour
had some bad passes and practicing one Sports humorist "Red"
earlier since Head Basketball
shots, and we have got to do Mitchum, the Florida Playersin
Coach John Lotz moved themen's
better this weekend." "Weird World of Sports."

The Gators play in the team practice up by Ah yes, then the game.
WillY SELP.TEACHING GUIDES. Reading Skilll_ ANS Cobol Genetics- Background Math for I Com.r'ff ) Flagler Inivitational Friday one half hour. Empathize before it maybeyou
mss_I Skill Writing_.Communlclflon'Business sfudV skllli- Thinking-How to Metric Tllk with- PhYIICS Children Problem(and oth,erMechanics. through Sunday in St. The move enables the won't have to after.iNTRAMURAi.
Mlln
Clear letters that
and OptiCS Intro to Date Processing I Money In the women's team to conduct an
Ono Heat ProblemsElectricity Magnetism Augustine with eight schools
s'.tllfICSHow fo Talk with Children about hour from 6 7p.m.
Economy Quick Calculus Business Statistics_ Probblllfv Essentials-Adding M.chlntllnd practice p.m. to
Calculators* 11- Business Mathematics I Math Shortcuts_ ',Basis Your Library Blomoltcul"--Accounting Spelling for AdultsPractical'Algebr. expected. Until last week the Lady
Llf. :
Interpreting Test Scores and
Business
for
-Quick Medical Terminology Ecology Quick ArithmetiC Writing: A Practical Guide With the score 33.27 at the Gators had only two practice. S

Industry. half Florida pulled away options open 6 a.m. to 8

leading Flagler 59-40 duringthe a.m. or 10 p.m. to midnight."For .
-FORTHCOMING. TITLES. Test.Measurement_-Guide to Physics and Problems Management-Guide- Interpreting fo Chemistry Graphs Problems and second half of play., a good practice you A women's Flag Football
Tables-Molecular Fortran Biology_Computer Educational Programming Psychology-The The C.IIRe.dlng Computer -Finance,and many others. Suddenly Flagler College need almost two hours, but I Rules Clinic will be conducted

'I came alive closing in on the think things are looking up," today at Norman Field,5 p.m.

Gators until the final seconds. Chambers said.__ __ All officials, team membersand

SERIES DO PLUS team captains are encouraged
SUP.HELP
WltlY SCLP.TIACHINO GUIDES DO EVERYTHING THE! OTHER ,
to attend.
SOMETHING THEY DON'Tl., THE DIFFERENCE" IS PROGRAMMING. ticketsStudents
I Vandy Schedules are ready and
may be picked up in the IM .

office, 229 .Florida Gym.
are reminded to pick-up tickets. today and Today at 4 p.m. are the
tomorrow for Saturday's game in Alligator Alley, betweenthe women's dormitory playoffsin
Fighting Gators and the Commodores of Vanderbilt. the J. Wayne Reitz Union
1& ampus shop &bookstore Any full time UF student is eligible to purchase a student lanes.

ticket for 75 cents upon presentation of full time student Also, Lake Wauberg is

Hub fees card. Spouse and guest tickets are also available. available for student use. The
in the Gate 13 student ticket office will be open today and lake is located seven miles
tomorrow, between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. Florida Gym box south of Gainesville and is

. office will open at 11 a.m. on Saturday instead of the usual open seven, days a, week.
". M-F, 8AM-4:30: PM Sit. 9AM-NOON noon in connection with "Gator Basketball Appreciation Boaters are welcome.

'Day" Admission is free


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fog 20,Independent florida Alligator,Thursday January 30. 1975 I .
PSI CHIS ,

"" ..,
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Presents.
!

Coaches beware : Dr. Sam Banks '


.;' of the University Med. Center,

; ; a Humanistic Psychologist (lecTure on. :

fans are king. "Terminal Patients 'Habituation

-

'Everything, all of it belongs to the LOU to Their Own Death" .

people. I was just privileged to use it

for a while. That's all. And since it BRANCACCIOcoach THURSDAY night at 7:30 P.M.
was only lent to me and by that I'm
4 includin' the I had to to recruits, the coach instructs, the coach
power. try molds a team. He is responsible.A AFA Building, Room 105.B
use whatever it was with great care so
coach may sometimes feel his job is
that 1 could pass it on to the,next fellain / secure. Be it with a long term contract or an Public Invited

the best condition ,possible. association with a team for many years a
Harry S. Truman.And coach may feel "untouchable." i GET TOGETHER WITH] NATURE
This security breeds mediocracy. And m-ed ,
so it was with the President of th -i-oac-r-a-c-y spells defeat for a team and 11 i; i |f ft Manianita Net tent with fly. Has
r I lightweight weather proof nylon floor
United States as it should be with a coach. disappointment for the fan. V & front, storm front with 2 zippers,
Everything belongs to the fans.The coachesare NO, A COACH is not above the fan. A G' I "A" frame construction, permits
Can be used without fly to
just privileged to use their position "for a coach is'a servant of him. The'coach is thereto I ( .J .I see easy the entry.stars, and maximum yenr -
while." aid the fan in achieving the fan's objectives. 4 tllatlon. Lightweight, only 68 ox. By
WHEN A COACH does not make good When he fails, he should be gone. i Camptraits: ,;
when he accepts second best he should be When the throngs of boos belabor the mindof
gone. And who should be the one that tells a coach, he should not write them off as
him,to pack his bags? It is the 47-year-old unknowledgeable criticisms. The fan knows
alumni who wants to see a' Southeastern what he wants. He wants a winner. The coach Py
Conference championship and the 19-year- should be able to produce it. If he cannot he
old sophomore who wants to see the same. It should be gone.TRUMAN .
is the fans. WAS THE last president who
Fans should never be complacent or believed he was a servant of the people.No / e t S-
patient. For fans deserve the best. There are one really knows if there ever was a i
those,who will say that there can only be one coach who followed that philosophy. Aquatic & Trail tartar,. Mc.r .
victor one champion. They say the "others" "I had to try to use whatever it was with r Moa..iirL10.7 Sat ,.7''
must understand this principle and sit back great care so that I could pass it on to the'next 3441 W. Wily Avt. 373-9233
until their turn comes. fella in the best condition possible."
Wrong.IF Don't turn around too fast coach. "The -
NUMBER ONE is not within UF's grasp nnxt fella"might be standing in the wings-it
!
and the fans sincerely want that position, might be someone elses turn now. To do what FISH FOR A QUARTER
changes should be made. Those changes, you ask? To produce what the fans want.A .
obviously, should be made at the top. The winner.Bballteamon .


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By MARK JOHNSON lasf season, and an impressive
Alligator Sports Writer 2.93 E.R.A. during last fall's
exhibition slate, "can still
There's a new game that's throw 'the fast ball but the
beginning to catch on with the breaking stuff bothers him" 378-0714: I MOW I FRI 109TUESSAT
UF baseball team as they according to head coach Dave
OPEN 7 DAYS I A WEEK 10-6:30:
finish up their third week of Fuller.
preseason practice. It's With a freshman. SUN 15
called musical chairs. dominated staff which
The game first became amassed an astronomical 4.48 EXPERT ALL-BREED DOG & CAT GROOMINGNOW
popular last fall when senior E.R.A. this fall, a less than
infielder Dave Bowden was 100 percent Smith could spell
switched from second to third trouble, for UF pitching this
base with shortstop John spring. OPEN DAILY11a.m.7p.m.
Cortese taking second base "We're, taking a look at our
and freshman Roger Holt, pitchers trying to find out
taking shortstop.BUT who's our most stable man," .
NOW the game isn'tas Fuller said. "We're in an ,
fun as it used to be. Holt unusual position in that we
Delicious Sandwiches
twisted his ankle while sliding have seven lefthanders. I've COACH DAVE FULLER Serving/

during practice Monday, and never been in a situation .works on conditioning, ';,
is expected to miss about two before where I've had so many HAPPY HOUR
weeks. lefthanders." .
That means that, for now ,EXCEPT FOR the gamesof squad "will probably have at .
Bowden will move back to ? musical chairs, spring least five guys who will hit f. S 5pm7pm. .
\ .,:' second Cortese will move practice has been progressingon over .300 this year."
r back to short, and sophomoreGuy schedule as the team "I GOT some pretty lucky Busch Pitcher $1.50
Sinicroppi will take over prepares for its February 21 breaks last year but we've got
at third base.Another opener with Stetson. some real sticks who don't
injury, perhaps a ""We're concentrating need any breaks to hit .300" THIS WEEK LIVE BACCHUS
' more serious one, is plaguingthe primarily on conditioning." he said. "The way we hit the .
UF pitching staff. Wilkie Fuller said. "We feel that in ball, we ought to get four or
i Smith one of only three getting in shape, we're pretty five runs a game anyway. 0
4 pitchers returning from last, 'far'along." The senior outfielder is also
'
season, is, still not fully The team has continued to enthusiastic toward the team
\ -. recovered from a torn tendon hit well this winter after fielding this year.
't he suffered last fall. While compiling an excellent .281 "We'll have probably the
i .throwing a slider, in practice. batting average last fall. best defense around,"he said lackaoeyllo) .
THE SOPHOMORE Sammy Rick the only regular and we're going to have'the. CMr.fNrk*KIn. 1430.W,13Strttt
Righthander, who, compiled a .on last years hitless wonders best outfield in the SEC for
4.3 record with a 3.73 E.R.A. to, bat over .300, thinks the sure."
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