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:, Florida Alligator JAN.FRIDAY 31 1975" .'

67 NO. 72 .
Kolih"', by Campus Communications Inc., Gainesville Florida Not officially! o sociot.d with the University of Florida ;


Utilities rate hike

may worsen debtBy

3 fie 9t r',

GLORIA AKEL the amount of water consumed.
Alligator Staff WriterA Most households will pay an additional 16
to 21 cents a month, Jim McGregor, from the
proposed countywide water and sewage financial services department of Block Crow
rate increase being considered by the and Eidness engineering firm, said.A .
1IMnhiOJ1L. Regional Utilities Board(RUB) will hike Ufos final decision on the rate increase for all
water bill from approximately 5210,000 to existing customers and an estimated $600
about $500,000 if passed. hook-up fee for new residents will be voted on
The increase, according to Calvin Greene, Feb. 12.
director of UF's physical plant, will;cause a "If we had this deficit now on top of the
"significant deficit" and possible layoffs, if others, layoffs could be 'possible" Greene
approved.UF .
PRESIDENT Robert Q. Marston said.HOWEVER, HE SAID the impact on'this
denied any possibility of layoffs. year's utility budget, already $564,430 in the
"We have the means at our disposal to red halfway through ,the fiscal year will
avoid anjTlayoff of UF 'personnel," Marston, depend largely on when the increase goes into
said.Marston effect.
said someone who was not familar UF and the city's electricity generating
a say f with the full budget picture might not interpret plant consume one-fourth of the total 1.6
.e a the situation accurately. billion gallons of water sold in a year.
aTM James Hennessey, director of housing, said Eight hundred million gallons were used by
there are insufficient funds in the housing UF alone last year. ,
1RflNAWDa budget to meet the increase if it is put into WATER'AND SEWAGE budgets, already
effect this year. made up for the current: fiscal year, could be
"WE'LL HAVE TO cut back in general amended by the state legislature if money is
Ji71juTmi water usage and possibly some positions," available, Greene said.
Hennessey said, "but rental rates will not But the Board of Regents,with the power to
increase this year." pay the bill but no rigid requirement to bail
The $66,000 budget which would jump to UF out of debt, could either decide to fund
approximately $165,000 if the ,new rates are the additional cost: or just ignore the debt.
approved, will most likely increase housingrates "As far,as I know the Board of Regents is
beginning next September, he empowered to do what it wants to," Greene
photo by andy ncwman said. The board postponed during a public said. "All the monies expanded would be used
Picket hearing Wednesday night a decision on the to pay the bill, after that no more could be
150 per cent increase for UF until members of paid."
Although President Robert Q. Marston service employees marched outside the board can meet with UF officials and THE DIFFERENCE, Robert Roundtree,
vows there will be no layoffs due to Tigert Hall Thursday, protesting layoffsof members of the community who want to regional tuilities board director, said, will
financial cutbacks, former career UF personnel and demanding a express an opinion. come out of the pockets: of Alachua County
service employe Mary. Heyur says her public hearing on ,the State University MEMBERS OFTHE, community will pay
termination is unfair. About 50 career System budget. See story, page 11 an increase ranging in price depending upon (See 'Water', page ten)

.. Honor Court will charge 45area I ;

By STUART EMMRICII Marmish said the arraignments, like the around the Honor Court office so he 1_
Alligator Staff WriterS hearings, will be closed to the press and could not ,take pictures of the students who '
public. were going in to confess.
cret.UF Honor Court summary hearingsof HONOR COURT ,Chancellor Robert Private attorneys and parents accompaniedsome
students who have admitted their involvement Harris explained the specifics of the cases and of the students. _1y.x ytt y-, e4
in the alleged cheating in the the names of the students involved would be Although Honor Court officials would not i
College of Business Administration will begin kept secret in accordance with a Board of discuss the number of students that confessed .
the middle of next week. Regents policy ordering the confidentiality of Wednesday night, approximately 10 students 4
Formal charges will be tiled today by the student records. came into the Honor Court between 8 and
Honor Court. UF President Robert Q. Marston said 10:30'p.m.. '
Paul' Marmish Honor Court attorney Thursday he 'was in support of the secrecy Often accompanied by Honor Court staff v
general, said Thursday night that 45 students requirements of the Honor Court procedures, members when they left the office, the ? 3F wA v sgik
I would be formally! .charged today. But he did explaining "students:must be protected." students refused to comment on their involvement -
i not say when the arraignments would begin. Marston said,'one his duties as presidentwas in the investigation.THE .
to "protect the students" and would STUDENTS also refused to give their
oppose any move that he felt "presented a names.
danger to the students." Marmish said he expected more students to
EXPLAINING HE was a member of an confess Thursday night,but refused to discuss
honor court during his college years Marstonsaid any numbers or where the confessions would
the penalty imposed on the student by be'taken.
1 BOOK'On the court was usually harsh enough.. Marmish said the presence of a reporter
Another round of, secret sessions with Wednesday night stopped some students from l
students wanting to confess to involvement in coming to the Honor Court to confess and k L-
honor the cheating scandal were held at ,the Honor said he was going to "change our procedure"and
mY t asa Court Wednesday evening.It not ,reveal the new site for taking con- 4 f.
Florida stud en nor was the third time this week that students fessions.IN .
neither r.c.ived aid on this__ voluntarily went to confess they took part in A RELATED matter, the supervisor of
.xominotio organized cheating on fall quarter finals in the business college typing pool criticized anarticle
,.;i, SgneCheatinU d the business college. in Thursday's Alligator that reported
Y A University Police Department officer was ,.students.,sometimes i obtained exams by sifting
, posted at ,the door'of the, Honor Court ,to' through)garbage dumps in the early morning. photo by gorg kochanicc: jr. ,
block, access by the press. UPD OFFICER ..
A PHOTOGRAPHER !told to leave the Sef'Ch"rge page ten) ,enforces secrecy of-court

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I Chase lowers rate Ford adds monthto .

stocks set new record'

amnesty planWASHINGTON
(UPI) The nation's third largest bank CHAIRMAN ARTHUR Burns of the

Thursday slashed a half point from its Prime Federal Reserve Board again insisted that -

Interest Rate-a move which may be the best victory over inflation is in the long run a more UPI) President Ford Gainesville reaction was favorable to Ford's
indcation yet of a possible victory in the battle urgent concern than the recession. ( announcement. Rolf Groseth UP .
against inflation. Burns was testifying before the House Ways Thursday gave some, 100,000 young affairs said coordinator
of veterans the
seek for extension
Chase Manhattan Bank of New York, and Means Committee on President 'Ford'srequest Americans another month to amnesty
the Vietnam would allow the Clemency Board to better
known as "The Rockefeller Bank", cut to 9 for tzx cuts and rebates. Burns, who evading military service during of the
notify those amnesty procedures.
per cent the interest it charges on business has been lukeward about tax cuts in the past,
HAVEN'T done
War.The "THEY a very good job of
loans. There were predictions in Wall Street said he now endorses the principle of the cuts program had been scheduled to end at concerned how to
that other big banks would follow suit Friday. in order, to encourage business to cancel midnight Friday, but becauseof the rush of telling people followed and apply what
are publicizing their
MEANWHILE ON Wall Street traders set postponements of needed modernization and applications in recent weeks, Ford extendedthe campaign," Groseth said.

another volume record on the New York expansion. life of the Clemency Board to March 1 I. In Florida military deserters must
apply to
Stock Exchange (NYSE)Thursday, but prices Burns also said tax cuts could help over and said: the nearest branch office of the Selective

closed sharply lower for the first time in seven come the impact of illusory inflation of "I BELIEVE that many of those who could Service System. Nationwide less than three

sessions. corporate The reported profits.cancellation of big Chinese benefit from it are only now" learning of its per cent of those eligible have applied.

The turnover of 29,740,000 shares broughtthe and Russian orders for American grain also application to their cases. Draft evaders must apply through the

four-day volume total to 121,040,000. was seen as a favorable influence in the fight The Clemency Program for convicted draft nearest U.S. attorney's office for the clemency
shares, surpassing the 110,616,000 shares to halt inflation.On evaders and military deserters is part of an program. Only 6.5 per cent of the estimated
traded for the entire week of Feb. 8-12,1971, "earned return" that Ford announcedlast number of evaders have done so.
the other had, the urgent plea by policy
the previous record week. President Nguyen Van Thieu of South September, coupled with a conditional Veterans who received less than honorable

Thursday's volume ranked fourth on the Vietnam that U.S. Congress quickly approve amnesty program run by the Departments of discharge for desertion being absent without
all-time NYSE list which has been rewrittenthis President Ford's appeal for $522 million in Justice and Defense for young Americans who leave or missing movement of ship or stationcan

week. Thus far this week, the MYSE has emergency military aid for Indochina posed:J were charged or under investigation but not apply to the Clemency Board to have their

had the first, second, fourth and seventh most the possibility of a setback in the war against yet convicted. discharges changed.
active sessions in its 183-year history. inflation.

I House group nixes stamp cut


WASHINGTON (UPI) The House Agriculture Committee negative votes were cast by Reps. .Paul Findley, R-I11., and frida /1N

Thursday overwhelmingly rejected President Ford's Steven Symms, R-Idaho. J. GENGLER
plan to cut food stamp aid for the needy by $650 million a The agriculture panel's new chairman, Thomas S. Foley, > Win Editor
year.It. D-Wash., said speed is important because the administrationplan
approved by a ))-2 vote a bill which would nullify the to cut food stamp benefits is scheduled to take effect Editorcapsule

President's order increasing the cost of the stamps. The only March 1, and many states are facing February deadlines for
revising local stamp issuance procedures.
Foley and the committee's ranking Republican, William C.
Pilots// vote on flight ban Wampler of Virginia, joined in predicting the bill would pass

the Houe by two-thirds or more the margin needed to

override a veto. But Wampler said he now believes Ford will hits tax cut
WASHINGTON (tuPU) The Air Line Pilots Association lasting
sign the measure."I
(ALPA) Thursday ordered'its 32,000 members not to fly think they (the White Houe) recognize the practical
with hazardous aboard effective WASHINGTON (UP inflation is still a major
passenger planes cargo ) haying
situation, said Wampler who drafted the language approved
Arthur Burns
Saturday.The problem Federal Reserve Chairman
by the committee.The .
recommended Thursday against any. permanent tax cut and
Agriculture Department earlier had ordered charges
ban to the Federal Aviation Administration
designed pressure the
indicated his will credit to jack
agency not quickly ease up
into enforcing safety standards, would affect paid by needy people for food stamps raised to 30 per cent of
nearly every major U.S. airline. each family's adjusted net income. Present charges vary with economy.
family size and incomes, averaging about 23 per cent of net
ALPA pilots fly for all the major companies except income. Burns, in testimony to the House Ways and Means

American Airlines, but a union spokesman said American The House Committee bill would set this order aside by Committee,said he supported President Ford's proposed one
pilots and others outside the association were expected to stating that food stamp charges cannot be hike above present time $12 billion individual tax rebate but was' adamantly
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I Stetson questions Marston budget I

By TOM SIIRODER was surprised UF was granted the transfer power However. Marston said he was positive UF now has the
Alligator Stan Writer "I ORIGINALLY proposed to Mautz he let us use our own flexibility to meet whatever deficit might arise, short of a
health center to first pay off ourown, debts. '. major disaster. ... t.* ',,
UF President Robert 0. Marston reaffirmed"::his'"position Jthd'\ myunderstandlng' that savings from both health ALTHOUGH MARSTON SAID he was not sure exactly
Thursday that UF can'meet its budget deficit without layoffs. centers an<;IFAS would be,collected by the system and then what funds would be transferred or how much was needed, he
Marston made the statement in the face of surfacing redistributed," ''Mackey said. added UF would not be forced to layoff personnel or fail in its
questions as to whether UF's new budget transfer powers Boutwell said salary savings in all units would first return to educational responsibilities."You .
would be enough'to meet the deficit. Tallahassee and then wuld be redistributed according to a don't go into this sort of thing without going over and
DR. CHANDLER A. STETSON, UF vice president for formula that gives UF two-thirds of the total. over all the possibilities. Based on all available evidence. I
health affairs, said he believed it would be "stretching it" to THE TRANSFER POWERS granted to Marston apply think I am justified in saying what I did."
say money saved in the health center and Institute of Food only to operating and expense money, Boutwell said. "Looking ahead to the next few months. I think it's im-
and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) budgets could positivelymeet Marston said he did now know how large UF's deficit portant to put some of these rumors behind us now," Marston
the deficit in the general education budget. would eventually be. said.
The deficit in the general education(E&G)budget has been
estimated at approximately $800,000.
E&G colleges teach about 90 per cent of UF students. D
STETSON SAID,"If we can help,we will but I don't knowif liii
we can solve the problem." f Y 1
Marston received permission from State University System
Chancellor Robert Mautz to transfer up to five per cent of the
two separate budgets to E&G.
SUS Vice Chancellor Ken Boutwell said Mautz was
authorized to act in behalf of the state commissioner of r
education. f,
"THIS POTENTIAL HAS been system policy for three : D
years," Boutwell said. 4
Boutwell said any transfer above five per cent must be J ill illG
approved by the cabinet. ;
University of South Florida President Cecil Mackey said he Q

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affect talksBy

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Alligator Staff ?s

The UF Administration 'is asking Dr. George Bedell,
director of personnel and faculty relations for the university

system, if it can continue negotiations with AAUP to lift its- s a ..... fA -----, ,'
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censure of UF. Da ;
A letter from UF Executive Vice President Harold Hanson'
asks Bedell "Now that AAUP has claimed: status as a labor ..
union what are our constraints? Might we be subject to
charges of unfair labor practices by other unions if we _
negotiate and consult with AAUP?
UF WAS PUT on censure by AAUP in 1971 for abusing the
academic freedom of UF professors. Specifically, grievanceswere
the dismissals of Dr, George Cornwell, Councille Blye
and Marshall Jones.
The grievances in the Jones case have been settled and
Cornwell and Blye have taken their cases to court, although i
UF has offered cash settlements to both.
UF has been negotiating with AAUP for several months in i "4 '
an attempt to have the censure lifted.
AAUP HAS requested permission to become a labor union, + fi ,
but has not jet been granted approval. *1I '
UF President Robert Q. Marston said he is unsure of his :
position in "this limbo period of transition."
"Since AAUP has now petitioned to be a labor union I photos by eric strin
don't know whether this does or does not change our relations Something i brewing i
regarding censure negotiations," Marston said.
There are strict restrictions on management regarding The Orange and Brew, a new student entertainment The facility will have a dark, woody, "folksy" at.
negotiations with labor organizations, he said. facility being built under the colonnade of the J. mosphere. Beer and food will be served, and various
Bedell would not comment on the'letter Thursday becausehe Wayne Reitz Union, expected to open In mid-April. types of entertainment! will be scheduled.
had not yet received it.Proposed.

I arbitration board gets mixed reaction ,I


By JOE MORAN that funding for the board be sought from the Alachua think the lack of formality on the part of the board would give
Alligator SUIT Writer County Commission because of the savings it would offer the'. customers with illegitimate complaints an unfair,advantage.
The Gainesville Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring an county through a decreased( case load. "A lot of times it's just a misunderstanding between the
attempt to establish a consumer-business arbitration board in According to Winnie, the board would operate under less customer and the salesman." Grey said.
Alachua County., formal procedures than the small claims court. "Usually it just needs to be talked over,"he said.
The chamber's director of consumer affairs. Debbie Because of this informality and because complainantswould DICK MOSS, owner of the Fidelity Shop, expressed some
Browne, met Wednesday afternoon with three chamber be bringing their complaints to fellow citizens rather reservation about the effectiveness of the board.
'members. William Ewing. John'Winnie and Charles Couch, than a judge Winnie said complaints against business men "It would just have to prove itself," Moss said. .
Jr., and Student Government Secretary for Co nsumer Affairs would not be discouraged as they are under. the present Moss said he gets "one or two complaints a year that turn
Dan Lobeck to'discuss the possibility of establishing such. a system. out to be people trying to rip us off." .
board. ACCORDING TO' BROWNE, the greatest number of MOSS SAID the board would be "another threat" for such
THE ARBITRATION BOARD would settle disagreements complaints! received by the chamber are against auto repair complainants to use. 9
between local consumers and businessmen if both parties shops and mobile home sales,and service dealers. Couch said"arbitration is legal" and binding in 47 states,
agree to submit the problem arbitration.. AI Clements,owner of At's Foreign Car Repair and Service, including Florida. A successful arbitration board has been
Arbitration boards are now in use in New York City, where said the establishment of an arbitration board would put' established in West Palm Beach, according to Couch.
50.000 complaints are handled yearly on the recommendationof "honest businessmen at an advantage." The cost of presenting a case for arbitration suggested by
city's small claims court according to Couch. "For the others it doesn't matter." he said. the American Arbitration Association is $10 for the consumer
Implementation of the board system would relieve an CLEMENTS SAID "it would be good to get everybody'sstory and SIS for the business firm if the claim is less than 1000.
increasing burden of cases handled by the Alachua County out." in the'oent of a complaint to determine "which For claims of $1.000 to 510,000 the fee for each of the
small claims court said Winnie a local attorney: way the ball. should be bouncing." parties is three per cent of the claim with a minimum fee of
WINNIE SUGGESTED to those present at the meeting George Grey Grey's Mobile Home Sales said he did not $50.n.elndependent. _

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I College maybe divided "

ByTERRISALT he said.,
Alligator Staff Writer A LETTER to the senate, Gene Hemp.
interim assistant vice president for academic
affairs, wrote that the chancellor of the State
The University Senate approved a proposal University System has advised UF that the
Thursday to divide the College of Ar- Board of Regents "is likely to look favorably"upon
chitecture and Fine Arts into two separate the establishment of the two, colleges. GAINESVILLE MALL
colleges the College of Architecture and the Hemp explained that initial plans for the
College of Fine Arts. division were made before the economic' "s' 2546 NW. 13th Street 4
The recommendation must now be ap- situation became severe.
proved by UF President Robert Q. Marston "As far as we can determine, no additional
and then be submitted to the Board of faculty, administrative and professional or
Regents. career service lines will be required to
The new College of Architecture would establish the two college beyond those
consist of the departments of architecture presently available to the colleges.
interior design, landscape architecture urban EVENTUALLY, it will cost more to run the THEINFASHION
and regional planning and a school of two colleges, but it would cost more to run
building construction.THE Architecture and Fine Arts in the future also
COLLEGEof Fine Arts would consistof because of the inevitable growth of its
the departments of music, art. and theater. program" Hemp wrote. STORE
Dean of Architecture and Fine Arts Joseph Other senate action included:
Sabatella said "I'm extremely pleased .the tabling proposed policy for patents
senate saw tit to separate the college." dealing with inventions developed ,in con
"The tine arts have always been associatedwith nection with the university.
the building arts. This is an opportunity. approving a resolution declaring 1975 as ,
for the fine arts to create their own identity" International! Womans Year at UF. <:

I Utrecht/ program uncertainThe

Florida Abroad at Utrecht Program HOWEVER, DR. SAM Hill, program
which is presently recruiting students for next director, said he planned to go ahead with
year's program may have fallen prey to the recruitment for the study-year abroad
budgetary axe. program.Hill 1L
Dr. Robert Bryan UF interim vice I &t
president for academic affairs, said Thursday said, "There's a chance there won't bea : L. k
'he told Dr. Betty Siegel UF dean of con program but I think it's small chance." 1

tinuing education, to withdraw any plans for
having the program next year. Hill said it was His understanding the
program only needed to raise $9,000 in. t
confront dependently to pay for a UF faculty memberto
Regents supervise the. program, in Utrecht,

financial illsThe BRYAN SAID,"THEY'LL be very clever if S yf, :a3 h WIYR
they can do that. I wouldn't want to shut off
the possibility completely, but considering our
Board of Regents have scheduled an
budgetary situation, Utrecht has a very low
emergency meeting Monday to discuss "
recommendations to make financial ends priority.
meet in the current fiscal year. UF students are presently studying at the
The Regents will also consider proposals to University of Utrecht while Utrecht studentsare
limit spending in the 1975.76 fiscal year to attending UF.
current levels in the state universities.The This ,is the third year of the program's
board will meet in the Village Center at rocky existence.The .
Florida Technological University in Orlandoat first two years were marred by student
10:30: a.m. complaints and a high drop out rate.


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feature in The Alligator, providing readers suspicious of VD if you have reason to think : '
with authoritative information on all aspectsof you've been exposed.. In that case don't s
personal health and policies of the Student hesitate to go find out. However, don't panic
Health Service. Bring your questions to Room over every possible sign for'VD. Just have it '
305 Reitz Union or the lobby of the Student checked out. L
Health Service. For further information 1'k ii1BNFashion
please contact the Health Education Office at How do you tell the difference between
the Student Health Service Room 237)) acute and chronic otitis media?

Acute otitis media rarely presents a
problem. It is ,usually associated with an
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I .U.F law study says states can regulate energy I

By LINDA WISNIEWSKI harmful, the report stated. .The use of tax incentives to encourage ADDITIONAL reports will be released by
Alligator Staff Writer "THIS MEANS that the state can protect its effective energy use by industry and private the center until December this year, when a
citizens against federal government inaction individuals
final report will be delivered to the
Although the federal government is the on energy conservation issues by initiating its .The right to increase state gasoline taxes energycommittee
highest authority in determining energy own programs," said Jon Mills,director of the require annual automobile inspection to he said.
policies the state does have "broad-based Center for Governmental Responsibility.The assure.that cars are operating at their best research for the was done in
to enact conservation was delivered to the Florida Legal report
authority energy report consumption level, and car-
energy encourage
and technical
health, and Committee Jan. 14 and has the law school library experts
measures linked to public safety Energy helped pooling by creating special express lanes and
committee consulted
general welfare," according to an opinion formulate the state's energy policy, Mills said. parking places. from the energy were on
scientific of the Mills
released by the UF Center for Governmental The report, entitled "Energy: The Power of "the aspects report
The Center tor Governmental Respon-
Responsibility. the States." state specific 'state powers to said.The
siblity has maintained contact with the
The state also has the power to act in the regulate energy which include: Center for Governmental Responsibility
interest of its citizens by reducing energy .The right to base automobile license taxeson Florida Energy Committee since July 1974 is located in the Spessard Holland Law
consumption when short supplies might prove fuel economy rather than weight Mills said. Center.

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I Fiber-X. can ;'f be forced to build recycling plant I IBy

JANET PARK tract. said Fiber-X hoped to have the
Alligator Staff Writer FIBER-X IS responsible for equipment in Gainesville by the end
There is no way to force the FiverX hauling away refuse from UF's! of December. LiiLUJI
Corporation of Jacksonville to academic classroom and office The letter said it would take two
comply with its contract to recycle buildings."We or three weeks to set up and Fiber-X
paper for UF, according to UF selected those buildings as "hoped to receive materials from the
Director of Purchasing G. Harry the ones most likely to generate university by Feb. I 1."
"ALL WE HAVE is the a
Baumer. profit, said Warren Michael a
Fiber-X contracted to build a supervisor in UF's. Physical Plant correspondence" said Michale. He
recycling plant in the area to collect Department. was,unable to contact the presidentof
UF's refuse, bale it, and sell it to a UF gets 20 per cent of'the profit Scott Equipment,Fiber-X'parent
paper mill.THERE. made by selling a ton of recycled, company.
HAS BEEN, no word baled paper According to correspondence
from the company concerning BAUMER SUGGESTED Fiber- from Fiber-X, the company's
whether the equipment is in the city X was hesitating to build the general l manager was scheduled to
yet, whether a plant has actually recycling plant because "The be in Gainesville last December to
been built, or whether Fiber-X will market is down everywhere. Fiber- look at possible sites for the plant.
begin collection by Feb. I, the date. X's main markets are the auto No further correspondence was
!specified in the contract. industry and the housing industry. received and neither Baumer nor
"This is "seller's" market, said And you know the state of those Michael know where the plant will
Baumer. "Hopefully he's going togo industries," he said.' be or if the site has been purchasedyet.
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I Mars f on keeps ''low profile' coliseum report I


By TOM SHRODER a"coliseum"was rejected by a two to.one vote with general operating funds for .ongoing for quality productions. Finger said.
Alligator Staff Writer in a student body referendum. education In addition, the Florida pool is inadequate
I Financing of the 1970 proposal was placed "We're not going to campaign for this in for the needs of competitive and instructional
Another try at building a mass-seating squarely on student shoulders, requiring the legislature. We're going to keep a low swimming Finger said.
facility at UF is underway. students to pay six dollars per quarter for the profile) Marston said. The committee report notes the activity
An ad hoc committee representing next 25 years. The committee recommended an area' center could be used to hold revenue
students, faculty and administrators has Marston thought it was premature to detail south of the drill field encompassing Van producing rock concerts.
I presented a draft proposal for the 14.000 to specifics of how- the project would be FJeet Hall as the primary site.
16.000 seat multi purpose facility to. UF financed. TilE 14,000 to 16,000 seat stadium whichis UF HAS BEEN interested in an activity
, President Robert 0. Marston. the largest unit of the proposed complex, center for over a decade. The present
TilE COMMITTEE recommended UF POSSIBILITIES FOR meeting the approximate would be designed to accomodate intercollegiate proposal is remarkably similar to the
j "pl n' and construct" a University Activity $20 million price tag include athletics for "both men and description of the defeated 1970 proposal:
Center consisting of a mass-seating! facility, a private donation, state and federal funds and women" most notably UF basketball. ".. .a 16,000 seat coliseum, a 1.800 seat
theatre for the performing arts and an i indoor student contributions, Marston said. K.F. Finger, committee chairman said the performing arts center, sports arena and an
Olympic-sized pool. Marston said the comment that a donor need for a theater facility. was "unmet and Olympic sized swimming pool'the 1970
The report alternately refers to the mass- could "wrap his name around the building"for well. defined." proposal read.It .
seating facility as a coliseum. $5 million was not entirely facetious. Presently the largest theater facilities in was called the University Activity Center.
Hugh Cummingham, UF public information "For $4.5 million we could discuss it," Gainesville are 1 1,000 seat auditoriums in That mass-seating facility was different in
officer, noted the term "coliseum" Marston joked.MARSTON Bucholz and East Side High Schools and the the projected cost, $17,5 million and dif
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Sacred honorThe

cheating scandal that has erupted in the UF
College of Business Administration is bigger than

even the eager-beaver law students investigating it
will admit.'
Because if Honor Court Chancellor Robert
Harris and UF Attorney Tom Biggs have their

way, every student, every teacher, every member ofa
community called the Univerity of Florida guilty

and innocent will ultimately be cheated.In .

short, it is as big as you. And you will be
cheated out of more than a grade, more than an
admission to a professional school. You will be

cheated, if we may paraphrase the Declaration of

Independence, out of your sacred, honor.
For Tom Biggs has advised and Robert Harris

has decreed, though we suspect there's no dif F ?:
ference, that the arraignments and trials of the
students charged with cheating will be> closed to

the public and the press.
Paul .Marmish v.: ...... ...
Honor Court Atty. Gen. claims :s. o' ::
up to 200 students may be involved in stealing,

selling buying, and giving away tests., University
Police Department is investigating possible
criminal activity related to the cheating.And The post-Watergate morality
each night this week the Honor Court office

has filled with anxious parents, real-world lawyersand
a large chunk of next generation of Florida's :infiltrates American lifeWe'd

power brokers scared wet-eyed looking like the
sky has fallen.It .
just come off a salty weekend at the beach and were
may just have, for them. Yet their names are headed back to school sunburnt, hung over and buried insidea
secret. So ,are the details of the Honor..Code 'car that looked like a shifting sanddune.
violations Marmish says they've committed. Since my passenger Clyde Noital and I were in a hurry, to [L TONY ARNADE ]
Arraignments and trials will probably begin get back to campus for another thrilling Gainesville' dry
next week.In Sunday night at the ice cream shop, I had .the gas pedal
floored and the trees were snapping by at a hot 50 mile an
justifying their decision to violate one of the hour pace.CLYDE. "Will you look at that. Stealing something that's sym-,"
fundamental safeguards of a. free society-the WAS one of those know everything, walking "THAT'SpostWatergate morality too." Clyde in
administration of justice under public scrutiny encyclopedia types. While most of us spent our childhood terrupted.
Biggs and Harris cite an ambiguous student body playing baseball and reading National Geographies for the "Must be a big family," I added.
constitution, a Board of Regents policy with dirty pictures, Clyde spent his studying dictionaries. He was "Oh it's all over the country..In fact you probably got a bit
well versed ,in the great definitions of the 19th and 20th of it in you, yourself."
questionable applicability, and a vague desire "to centuries and was fond of quoting Webster at opportune "Then it's not a family. It's a drug that the hippies have put
protect'students.." moments. Everyone agreed Clyde was a good fellow and a in our water supply," I answered.
But what, in all this speaks for the innocent? great conversationalist as long as you didn't let him get past "IT'S EVEN more than that. It's a whole new'attitude, a
What of those who didn't cheat and were caughton Aardarvarks. way of behavior that's even stronger than the work ethnic. It's
the bottom of a phony curve because in some something that's bound to erupt after everyone discoveredthat
their leaders are as and human the fellow next
classes, Marmish says, 30 to 40 per cent of the door."
students saw the test before it was given? [L SATIRE III] "After all why should the Nixon gang be the only ones to
What of next June's graduates, who will carry enjoy the luxuries of lying, cheating, stealing and hiding out
through life a business degree whose mere date in the mountains and along private beaches. This is supposed
taints their character with suspicion? ''to be a Democratic country and if we only let our politiciansbreak
Just as we were chugging across Paines Prairie and the law, everyone else will feel left out," he said.
And what of you, of us, who must late at night straining our eyes searching for the oak trees that form the "But won't that ruin our national sense of trust?" I asked,
,come to terms with our society and our values and ultramodern Gainesville skyline, a vehicle whoosed passed us as I shook off the policeman who was trying to arrest us for
ask. .are we in any way at fault in this? bending the speed limit signs in its wind. contributing to beach erosion.
"Jesus! who, was that? Doesn't he know there's a gas "Oh ," do think that lady
As long as the doors to the Honor Court are, yes replied "Why you
shortage? I screamed as sand poured down my throat."THAT'S behind the is ,
barred cheated of these And' counter stuffing all the profits into her purse or
we are answers. we "
JUST Post-Watergate morality. It's O.K., that man over there in the aisle is buying up all those shotgun
have the right to know. Clyde'replied in a computer voice. shells. They all feel cheated, insecure. They are out to get the
We have the right to wonder if the recent "He sure is in a hurry." system back. The politics of Watergate may be over but the
criticism of the Honor Court-even now a special "PostWatergate Morality usually is," he replied social ramifications may 'go on for years."
task force ponders whether it should continue to An hour later we reached town, stopped at a 1-U'and went "That's really a great theory there, Clyde. I sure hope I can
exist- connected with this investigation. inside to stand in their air, conditioning and read the remember it all," I said.
magazines. Suddenly I spied a group of boy scouts shoplifting "Oh you don't have too. I've been taping the whole con
As long as the doors remain closed we have the apple pies. "
versation. ever since we stole the beach umbrellas.
right to draw the darkest conclusions.Yet """""'\
we will never be satisfied.' r

And because we are so robbed, here 'is no The Independent David Smith Terri WoodEditorinchief
satisfaction i i in the irony that Chancellor Harris, in Managing,EditorFlorida
refusing to take a stand against an administrationthat

dares not offend the mighty, cheats himself, Alligator .
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: Night. parkingpolicy ---..1 ircle-K takes the prize. : '. \, I

It is with a high sense of pride and an even great lack of
humility that 1 must announce this month's winner of the

unfair coveted "Tummy" Award, for gall above and beyond the call MARK' S17TTON

of normal. indigestion.This .

..month the "Dappled Duodenum of Destiny" is

EDITOR I 'am appalledand academians awarded to the entire membership of the University of Florida
which says Circle-K Club. Congratulations. 6,000: people now serving 28.000. classes being held in dorms,
disgusted thecontinuing
at "You
practice by the can't park here ALTHOUGH the competition was particularly stiff this classes of 500 of more with students laying down in the aisles
ever and you must pay the reduced financial aid probably rent and tuition hikes next
UPD of discrimination fine" month (most notably from a newcomer. President Ford, and
Respite the tuition fall, and God knows what else, to contend with.
against students (or. in paid and the fact that ome experienced veterans, the Florida' Board of Regents)
general those' here for people here at night most Circle-K has stood out high and dry above everyone else in The entire club has a great future in politics and

academic reasons), who here to learn are. their latest fund-raising project (drum roll please): economics. Everyone knows our 'distinguished alumni' would
keep getting, nighttime there is the law for "Basketball Night at the Rat." The purpose of this little bashit rather contribute to a new,coliseum instead of a new infirmaryor
parking tickets. On the :he funlovers from to "Encourage students and faculty to contribute to a new better education. Why should they want to support a "Save
other hand, whenever road who visit the
there is kind of Such demonstration of a complete lack of priorities and a get-togethers are too meager, not nearly as grandiose as
any campus irregularly. Theycan general ignorance of the present financial'chaos on campus (drum roll please) "Basketball Coliseum Night."
event laws parking!!! do whatever they today is truly awe inspiring to say the least; highly reminiscentof Once again, congratulations. The President may pick up
and traffic be
seem to please and if a cop wastes such noted achievements as the Russian Wheat Deal, the his award at any Drug Store: a box of Turns and a jar of Alka-
suspended and chaos his time writing out a Vietnam War, WIN and Ford's trip to Japan. You have Seltzer.

reigns in the streets of ticket the fun lover can carried on the great American tradition of Myopic Hindsightand Sorry they aren't free guys, or even mounted and bronzed,

campus. Use it as a souvenir and Foresight, especially when faced with the worries of the but I really couldn't afford such extravagant spending; I'm
NOT ONLY are cars paper his wall with it. present. understand.
sure you'll
parking in service drives In an effort to counter WHY CIRCLE-K Simple. Who else would have the gall However "I will heartily support a ."Mount and Bronze

on grass and sidewalks this situation \ would like nay. the nerve to advocate a multi-million (cops. .multi- Our Tummy Award Night" at the Rat to help you out and to
and i in bike lanes but
to propose two solutions purpose) coliseum, at a time when there are graduate layoffs, encourage faculty, alumni, and students to contribute to sucha
moving violations like cars aimed at ending this a possible I 100-class cut for freshmen a lack of funds for the worthy cause.

going the wrong way on a discrimination. First 1 library (no new books last year), a student infirmary built for After all, what are friends for?
one way street are com propose suspension of

then mon.?Where Are they are the afraid police of regulation particular at parking night I Cheating reflects on business ethics ..

scaring away paying perhaps starting at six- -
customers at events? thirty when people cease Editor It is typical that this succeed at all costs, the pressive grades to secure a The question has been
Their claim is that they using bikes service massive ring of cheating at end justifies the means.. high paying job. They are raised of what to do about

have to control problemsat vehicles are in the garage, UF occurred in the Business Those students who cheatedare "using" the university for this tarnishing episode, sinceno
the event; however buses no longer run. and Department. This is where not in school to learn. their own ignoble purposes one wants to be the "bad

while the event is in inner campus parking is at business is at, cheating They are merely trying to contributing nothing in guy" and impose the
progress they have a good a premium. Extra parking people. The business ethics accumulate a string of im- return. penalties. This fear is un

two hours to pass out their spaces freed thusly are 'e warranted. Think about the
goodies indiscriminately.What obvious. thousands of students who

they do not tell us SECONDLY I propose spend hours sweating to pass

is that there is no way to non-student parking tests complete papers, .etc.
force non-students to Not to mention money. How
pay a offenders and moving
tine, especially if the violators have unpaid many students sacrifice sleep
do have food, the night before an
not to tickets passed on to the
for hours,
exam cramming
return to campus again. proper state authority for E"atoitrato
Since students are further prosecution, thus sometimes days? It must be
academically threatenedwith making laws and punish- easy just to buy a copy of the

(lagging of records ments fair to all people test and get an "A" without
and holding up of transcripts who come to campus, and
All UF students victimsof
and degrees, they ending discrimination are
the fallout. The marketis
have the choice of payingthe against those who can least job
tight. What chance does
tine, or missing the afford to pay.
chance of a job offer or At least then a parking the graduate have of getting a
job when his school has the
acceptance to another ticket won't leave as bittera
reputation for "cheating", or
graduate or undergraduate taste and memory as it
free ? The
giving passes
institution. now does.
THUS Adouble standardof What do you think of degree that we spent four
law enforcement existson that. UPD? Or don't you years of our life working for
will be useless, having lost its
campus. There is a law care?
for the students and Michael N. Fein. 7AS signifcance.

etsArsmmat.s ? Al Truesdell. 3JM

Arabs angry over intervention remark I

WASHINGTON The Arab world is in an uproar over be used as a weapon to destroy the free world's economy Kissinger is now bringing pressure on the Israelis to cometo
Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's remark about Kissinger said, it would be just as serious a threat as a Soviet terms with the Arabs before it is too late.

hypothetical American military intervention against the oil military move against the West. The response of the United FORD'S FAULTFINDERS Congress, the press and the
states. States, he added, would be the same. public have been ripping apart President Ford's economic
Vice Admiral Frederick Turner, the Sixth Fleet Com KISSINGER also said he didn't think the Soviets would go proposals. But some of the President's own appointees have

mander added to the furor by saying the Navy didn't want to to war with the United States over the Middle East, as long as given him the roughest going overt

invade any oil sheikdom but was "prepared" to do so. the United States was defending the West's "vital interests". At a recent Saturday White House meeting, the President,
NOW, AMERICAN diplomats are trying to calm the Of course Kissinger stressed that the oil crisis can be his energy czar Frank Zarb and his economic adviser William
storm. They are telling Arab leaders that Kissinger's views solved without war. And in the secret policy councils he has Seidman were raked over the coals by the Citizens Action

have been misrepresented by the press. Kissinger himself has vigorously opposed the idea of military intervention. Committee, a group Ford set up under his "Whip Inflation
publicly disavowed his own statement. We can reveal, Meanwhile. Kissinger has'; been scheming secretly with the Now" program.
however, what the Secretary of State told associates during a Shah of Iran to find a solution to the.Middle East mess. After Seidman and Zarb briefed the group. Ford strolledin

recent secret discussion.He THE TWO MEN have developed a warm personal expecting simply to pass a few minutes in friendly banter.
said President Ford would not stand by while the relationship. Kissinger has persuaded the Shah that another But the citizens committee unloaded on him.

Western world was destroyed by an oil squeeze. If oil should Middle East war would increase Arab dependency upon the THEY CHARGED that the Seidman and Zarb presen-
Soviets and therefore strengthen Soviet influence in the.

Middle East. This would be a threat. Kissinger warned to

The Independent Iran's position.The JACK ANDERSON'WEEKI !
Shah has secretly agreed.therefore.to supply Israel with
Florida AlligatorDoug the oil she would lose by giving up the captured Egyptian oil,

fields. The Shah is also willing to join the United States in \' SPECIAL
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Editor A* oclote Editor is emerging as a military power in the Middle East.

EGYPT'S President Sadat has told both Kissinger and the tation were too one-sided, ad they complained that the Administration
George Kochaniec Jr. Shah, meanwhile, that Israel must give up more than the oil was taking too hard a line against galls rationing.One .
Photo Editor fields. There must also be withdrawals from the Golan member said the committee was useless and ought to be

Greg Ferrer Mind I Kernon, Heights on the Syrian front and the West Bank on the Jordanian disbanded.

Editor .Aslt. News Editor. front. Sadat explained that he could never accept a Ford, according to those present calmly tamped down his

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Pep.1Q the Independent t florido / Friday.January 31, If7S .
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I Honor Court explored The

By LINDA WISNIEWSKI "The Florida -rules. of evidence and due HonorSystem .L

Alligator Staff Writer process that the Honor Court ope ates on may
be too difficult for some inexperienced law
students to understand," Gordon said.
The Honor Court, currently in the news "IN SOME CASES a student can get off
because of its investigation into alleged on a technicality that an experienced lawyer :
cheating in the College of Business Ad- wouldn't have let happen" he said.
ministration, is itself coming under in- Petersen admitted a student "could get off
vestigation.The on a technicality," explaining a student could
Task Force on the Student Judicial "get off if his rights have been infringed."
System is looking into various: on-campus "An example of that would be if his rights N
organizations, including the Honor Court, were not read to him," Petersen said.
according to law professor and task force TilE TASK FORCE will make its final
chairman Michael Gordon. recommendations in March.
4 a
THREE RECOMMENDATIONS, or The Honor Court may be alive and well but 1
"questions we're asking concerning the' the Honor Code isn't, Petersen said. '
Honor Court" as Gordon called them, include "The reason why the Honor Code hasn't :,
the following: worked in the past is because students don't vA <
The Honor Court's jurisdiction is being turn in other students," Petersen said.
"explored" he said. PETERSEN ADMITTED the Honor Code
"We're asking questions about the Honor has not worked in the past but he said an
Court's jurisdiction in the areas of ticket increase Honor Court staff has made enforcement
scalping, stealing, and election violations of the Honor Code easier.
versus the area of essentially academic "Last quarter we had ten people per
dishonesty," Gordon said. staff," Petersen said.
GORDON'S task force is also looking into The Honor Court has two staffs, the chief CS 1
the Honor Court practice assessing penalty defense counsel staff and the attorney s .
hours. general, or prosecutor's staff, Petersen said.
"we're asking if it's proper to grant penalty "NOW I HAVE 25 people on my staff
hours in light of the Board of Regent's ruling (the defense staff)and I'd like to have 50 more
stating it is improper for a student to registerfor students as soon as possible," he said.
more hours than it takes him to graduate., Petersen emphasized the need tor more
With people registering for more hours, it students on the Honor Court and said all graphics by stave prcxko
would take agreater amount of funding from interested law students can contact him.
the state," Gordon, said. "We need all the law students we can to THE PRESENT PLAN of the Honor Court, ordinarily existed."
"You also have to determine if going to work on this cheating case," he said.A with one representative from each college, was 'THE CONSTITUTION in 1934 reestablished -
class should be a form of punishment," he SCRAPBOOK in the Honor Court office established when the entire student govern the one year'term however.
explains how the honor system first began.An ment was overhauled and a new constitution- In 1940 the constitution establishedthat
said.PENALTY HOURS are still being used as early advocate of the honor system, written in 1916. the Honor Court clerk be elected from
punishment but I don't know when the which dates back to 1905, was Dr. James Before 1931, the Honor Court revealed the the student body instead of the. court
practice will be discontinued," Byron Farr, head of the English department and UF names of offenders. That year, a change .in membership so "all political divisions in the
Petersen Honor Court chief defense counsel vicepresident.Farr Honor Court procedure kept the identity of court itself would be avoided."
said. got his idea for the honor system from offenders a secret, no longer published.This In 1961 the constitution was emended to
"The administration or the Board of his alma mater, Davidson College. Davidsonwas change was made because the Honor include student jurors to determine guilt or
Regents (BOR) will end up ruling on it one of the first American colleges to use Court felt "the disgrace of being convicted innocence in contested cases.
(penalty hours). It'll probably be the BOR the honor system. publicly by the Honor Court was too overwhelming DURING THE EARLY years of the Honor
Petersen said.Petersen FARR USED THE honor system in his own and defeated its own purpose." Court, the ,court justices used to serve on
said he did not "know at this classes, and other UF professors, "seeing its CURRENTLY, the decrees by the Honor juries but '"they don't any more since the..
time" what alternative Honor Court woulduse !success" used it. too. Court refer to anonymous culprit'numbers constitution was amended in 1 1960,
for penalty hours but did say it would "be The honor system was made campuswidein instead of names. Petersen said.
something like a work project at UF or 1914 and the first honor court was also set In 1932 the Honor Court began a new The Honor Court justices serve as a "liaison
downtown" which would include work hours. up that year. experiment. It elected court members for two that brings feedback from their colleges to the
"IT'S NOTHING that's been settled yet," The first Honor Court consisted of a year terms with only one-half of the court Honor Court," Petersen said.
Petersen said. member of each class which made four taking office each year. The justices are representatives from each
The third area the taskforce is exploring is members in all. The. total UF enrollment was The purpose of this experiment was to college who serve one-year terms",and are
the Honor Court's procedures. 650 students., "provide more continuity on the court than elected from the student body.



(from page one) the city's generating plant (the two largest
fir citizens who will be forced to pick up the tab. users) in the same rate structure as private,
Once before UF was short of funds to pay single family homes.
utilities bills. That was in 1972-73 and ever Currently UF pays for water on an increasing
since then UF has paid the entire bill to the scale until 200,000 gallons are used.
penny, Greene said., Additional water then costs UF 26 cents per
One possible alternative that UF should thousand gallons.ADDITIONAL.
definately consider, Greene said is-looking money raised from the
into the feasibility of building a separate, increase and hook-up charge will be used to
privately owned water plant on the campus."It offset the cost of building two new water
,j ,'+r. doesn't cost the utilities board 62.5 plants needs to meet the expanding
cents to serve 1,000< > gallons of water," Greene population needs, McGregor said.
said Yet despite Roundtree's equity system,
The RUB is asking for an increase from 26 Richard Darby, a Tampa certified public
cents to 62.5 cents per thousand gallons of accountant who has been studying the
water pumped."IF proposal and UF's budget for the past three
WE COULD do it for less, there's no days under Greene's direction told the boardas
photo by gee'II. kochanl' jr. question -"we should make an immediate an official UF spokesman that UF and the
COIN BOX investment.. Greene said.The city should "fall in a separate case" becauseof
.is'cheating' ruining students' credit? RUB supplies nine pipelines to pump their large consumption.
water into the campus. The remaining 25 POINTING OUT the extra efficiency UF
miles of pipes which bring water to some 700 gets from using 'a wide pipeline and therby
buildings within the campus system' is owned getting additional water through the system,
and maintained by UFo he recommended an alternative proposal
Charges According to Greene all measures have The average home user would be chargedan
been taken to conserve the amount of water additional 11.5 cents thousand gallonsover
from page one) However Paul Mannish, who is headingthe being used by the campus. He added all water the proposed figure per, but rates would be
Honor Court investigation confirmed used for lawns is not from the
supply, reduced to 26.5 cents after 200,000 gallons
The story quoted "source, in the College of Thursday that students did sometimes but comes from wells on campus., under '
Business Administration" as saying students manage to find final exams in the garbage DESPITE AN 11 Darby' proposal.
per cent increase in He said this would mean a 27 per cent
often resorted to digging through garbage dumps before the exam date. students this water
consumption increased increase for and per
single family users,
of that This is the first time Marmish has
dumps looking for extra copies exams ever by 1.5 per cent Greene told the board cent increase for UF.
were thrown out. publicly discussed a specific method used by during the hearing. will be
the said she kept ajl) students to tests. Time for a second public hearing
Rita Reed. supervisor : get "That means we've cut back far next
extra copies of exams in a locked closet in her Marmish said he was aware of the businesscollege's possible"he.. said. as as allowed on the utilities agenda at its
meeting, Feb. 5.
office for approximately a month and then measures to try and prevent exams The price hike which
Roundtree Feb.
sent them over to the physical plant to be from being obtained by students but added' "adequate and equitable distribution of an Comments will also be allowed at the the
rising 12 meeting before a vote Is taken by
sometimes break down.
burned. "safeguards
shredded and capital costs to alt' customers," puts UF and board. '

Independent Florida Alligator,Friday.January 31, 1975, Page 11I

I Career service employes.picket administration I

By GARY BALANOFF three CSEF questions.
Alligator Staff Writer "UNDER THE NEW
plan, the President is
authorized to use money in all three budgets,"
Forty or SO career service: 'employes he said,
referring to, Education and General ,
picketed in front, of Tigert Hall Thursday (E and G) IFAS, and the J.. Hillis Miller t 4,4 f
afternoon to protest layoffs of UF personneland Health Center budgets. ,
to demand a public hearing on the State "It's a new flexibility that has never been
University System budget. done," Cunningham saidt T.
"It's a pretty motley looking crew, isn't it?" Asked how IFAS and the health center j
Phylis B.. Durell I, assistant to UF President could afford to give the money, Cunninghamsaid
Robert Q; Marston, said. "they were in a little better budgetary
The people below didn't think so. position."
"IT'S UNCLEAR where the funds are The vice presidents of both IFAS and the
coming from, Dale Stratford, Career Service health center were willing to give the money
Employes Federation (CSEF) president said. when asked by Marston, according to
Employe input into decision-making was one Cunningham."THE 1,2 '
of the major factors in the protest., ADMINISTRATION has never
Stratford was referring to the $800,000 threatened layoffs," he said. To maintain
which Marston got permission to transfer jobs of employes "has been the thrust of this 1 '
from the Institute of Food and Agricultural administration from the very outset." REDUQE
Services(IFAS) and the J. Hillis Miller Health Cunningham said UF deans were worried
Center budgets Wednesday. when they saw that budgets would be cut
The CSEF issued a statement prior to the back, realizing 75 per cent of the total budgetis
Thursday afternoon picketing which charged salary.
Marston with .going on "a fishing ex "From their vantage point, they were I
pedition." entirely right" in thinking there was a dangerof .L __
"The call for public hearings on the layoffs, Cunningham said.
University budget, the threat of this af- But he reiterated what Dr. Harold Hanson,
ternoon's demonstrations, and the bad UF executive vice president said, "Our
publicity for the administration has forced the principal objective is to see that no university ,
administration into making promises whichas employee loses his or her job.
yet have no basis," the CSEF statement THOUGH THE budget for next year has

said.THE not been planned yet, Cunningham said some
CSEF ALSO asked three open-ended of next year's Operating Capital Outlay
questions of the UF administration: budget might be used to pay back IFAS and photo by ondy newman
Where the funds come from the health center.
If they have to be paid back, and if so, "Next year's budget is going to be,lean, it
from what sources would be anyway," he said. "We don't think PICKETING OUTSIDE OF TIGERT HALL YESTERDAY
Why layoffs have been threatened if this is going to go on forever." .Dale Stratford, center, heads Career Services Employes Federation
other funding sources are available. Asked if it would be feasible to cut administrative *
Marston attended the University Senate salaries, Cunningham said,
meeting, and was not available to witness or "Why administrators and not faculty?"
respond directly to the protestors. But he added, "Administrators are willing ,:Profs most freshmen
Hugh Cunningham UF public in, to take a cut with everybody else if that's: whatit say .
formation officer, offered explanations for the comes to."

Melrose man charged with 'need practice' in writingBy

SYLVIA SANDBERG "Keeping to a central idea, organization -
aiding and abettingA Alligator Staff Writer they don't seem to have the practice," he said.
THEY ALL felt that they needed work in
University of Florida is, by official composition" Beirne said.
designation. Florida's first University. "They told me they did very little writing in
19-year-old Melrose man has been of a .25 caliber automatic pistol. high school."
charged with aiding and abetting the Jan. 20 The pistol belongs to one of the two According to the welcome given to fresh At least,one professor laughed at the idea
robberty of the First Federal Savings and juveniles who have been charged with the men at orientation, the students enteringhereare that the schools are to blame for the
Loan Association of Mid-Florida in the holdup Johnson said. supposed to be among the best in the deficiencies."I .
Gainesville mall. JOHNSON SAID money taken in the state.

Steven Watson was charged as an ac robbery was linked to a large purchase made Several professors of freshman English, THINK its the biggest cop-out in the
complice in the robbery, according to Dan by Watson. added however, that even the best in the state world," said Dr. Edmund S. Holden.
Johnson a spokesman for the Gainesville Watson was taken into custody in have writing problems. "The students love to tell you that, and the
office of the Federal Bureau of InvestigationFBI Jacksonville on Wednesday.The high school teachers aren't here to defend
( ). "I'VE RUN into very, very few students themselves."I .
THE CHARGES were tiled before U.S. arrest was the result of an intensive with serious writing difficulty," said Dr.
Magistrate William Hampton. investigation by the Gainesville Police Corbin S. Carnell. have a great admiration for high school
Johnson said according to a report sent to Department the FBI and the sheriffs teachers. They teach SO or 60 students in a
the Gainesville FBI office by Special Agent departments of Alachua Putnam and "But by the same token. I've "run into very, section, seven or eight sections."
in Bradford counties. very few who write really well, he said.
William Alexander Watson was possession "IT'S AMAZING they can teach
Most of the professors who teach freshman anything" Holden added.
English agree that CLEP's and the honors
I RF&DEU'S programs weed out the best students. The professors agree that one quarter of
is not to turn the
English composition enough
THAT MEANS that a greater proportionof
Tuesday's Alligator it was reported that In another article Accent '75, Student the students in the regular sections do not writer.student who cannot write into a proficient

the Student Senate allocated $1.560 to the UF Government Treasurer Greg Sherman was write well."We've.

I fencing team. This information was incorrect. incorrectly identified as Student Senate doubled the size of the honors However,they don't propose more required
The money was to be allocated to the archery Treasurer.The program, so some of our best students are in English courses as the ideal answer.
team but the motion was tabled. Alligator regrets the errors. that" said Carnell. "WE CANNOT teach in one or two
quarters of English how to write well. It has
"And a lot of students are CLEPing out, "
to be reinforced by other departments, said '
I Unions-BOR debate membershipAn he said. Carnell. '

BUT MANYY professors feel that the "We assume that the other teachers know
CLEP tests do not test for writing ability. how to write.. The could all look.for logical

informal 1 hearing of the Public Em groups to present their positions on size ot Even in the honors sections, some students sentences, progression of ideas, transitionsand "
ployes Relations Commission being held bargaining units. lacked knowledge of the elements of com count off if the paper is poorly written.
should form and content
ou not separate
their >
today in Tallahassee will focus'on position. "
The chief area of disagreement was whetherto he said.
arguments on size of prospective bargaining include graduate assistants in the unit.,The' Raymond Beirne,who taught one freshman
units. of Florida and American honors section last quarter said half of them "I think that most of them' just need
Representatives,of arious faculty collective United Faculty well, half '
Professors have wrote extremely very poorly. practice was Beirne's comment.
for their Association of University
slated to
bargaining groups are Boardof advocated including graduate assistants who LACK OF' practice seemed to be the
various will for the
positions as facult lawyers's emplo'er.This have at least 50 per cent teaching loads while biggest problem "I've run into very few He continued. "but it the only place they're
Regents BOR). the informal> hearing. the BOR has expressed disapproval of including ,students who have had expereince, writing a. going to have to write is in English courses,
is the second such "
The tint one. conducted Jan. 14. allowed all such assistants., paper every two weeks. said Carnell. they would take more English. f,

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12,1h.lndpndntHorldg Alligator,Friday January 31, If75

U FFmoneysaver.eliminate : .--' I ,.. ........". :..;.,.

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Alligator Staff Writer chancellorBy FRIDAY ONLY !

The United Faculty of Florida (UFF) has .."P.i." A--.t7.t"'J---- .J.J7r.."
sent a list of proposals to Board of Regents
(BOR)Chairman Marshall Criser intended to .
chop funds from the State University System .. <-e",',, .. .
budget. ) .
Included in the proposals were: mr1 ... "' ,'ftl',., ,
"The elimination of one of the two .
chancellors now being paid by the Board of .' .
Regents." Dr. Norman Market. UFF Al The Final Dayal' !
president, said at least $100,000 in salary and So
support costs should be saved if one chan
cellor (either Robert Mautz or Chancellor-
designate E.T. York) isn't paid.
"The repeal of the 'Regent Professor- Silver City'sJanuary
ships' which enable ex-presidents and
chancellors to remain on the payroll after they c S.
"A halt to the practice of using non-BOR
attorneys." NORMAN MARKa Clearance Sale Finds
"A return to teaching and research of all UFF presidentto
faculty and professional employees on faculty
lines who have been assigned administrative cut the SUS budget) seemed aimed at
duties." reducing teaching effectiveness, ,eliminating
Reduction in salary to the 1973-74 level programs and reducing access to educational *
tor all "upper level administrators" who apportunities for the people of Florida."
received more than $1000 in raises for this The proposals also contained the ALL MERCHANDISE
year, and a freeze on all such salaries until suggestion to reduce the number of high level
faculty and professional employees receive administrators on the chancellor's staff by 30
equivalent pay. per cent. "Replacing highly paid ad.
"I wouldn't want to respond to it," Criser ministrators with qualified faculty and
said from Palm Beach Thursday, referring to professional employees who assume necessary REDUCED BY 50 %
the letter. administrative work at their regular salary"
HE SAID HE hadn't received the would be favorable to UFF.
proposals, dated Jan. 27, and didn't want to REPEAL OF Regent Professorships would
respond until the letter reached him. Criser save $500,000 annually within five years,
also indicated he might not care to respond according to UFF estimates.
after he had received them. Paying only one of the two chancellors
Dr. Norman Market. UFF president, said would save an estimated$100,000 in salaryand "
he was "dismayed that all actions (proposed support costs, the UFF claimed. ,\ J ,.. _

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I Local voter turnout falls short of US average I IBy

Alligator MIKE Staff HORN Writer The Census Bureau based their results on This was 40 per cent or five per cent less In precinct 31, the polling place located at
interviews with more than 100.000 eligible than the national average. the J. Wayne Reitz Union which is primarilya
r' voters questioned. two weeks after the BETHEA SAID THERE HAS been a student preceinct, only 20 per cent of the
Alachua County voter turnout lower .
was election. ; .
continued:downward, trend in last
voter turnout 3,534 registered voted during the electionon
\ this year than the national average, and a In 1972, the first
\ year that the 18-to' 21- since she became supervisor 14 years ago. Nov. 5.
downward national trend is expected to year-olds were eligible to vote, 48.3 per cent "Although we are above .the national In precinct 5, where many of UF's
continue, according to a recent Census turned up at the polls. average in registration we are below the professors vote 1,223 of the registered 2,839
Bureau report. SOME OF THE reasons given for the poor average in turnout" she said. or 43 per cent turned out to cast their ballots.
Leading the accelerated national trend 1974 turnout were increased mobility, dislikeof Bethea said Watergate was a factor in the Bethea said many of the 18 to 20 year olds
were 18-to 21'year-olds, with four out of five politics and disinterest created by poor showing but there are many other causes have lost interest since they were given the
registered voters not casting their ballots... Watergate.In involved in the apathetic attitude of most right to vote."Many .
Alachua County, 22,523 of 56,279 voters. \ young people wanted the vote'justso
OVERALL, ONLY 45 per cent'' of a registered voters went to the polls according "PEOPLE DON'T TAKE the pride or they could say they had it. she said. "I 1
recorded 141 million eligible voters went to to Alma Bethea supervisor of elections for pleasure that they once did in electing their guess they thought they would be more
the polls last Nov. 5, the Bureau reported. Alachua: County. officials," she said. responsible if they were allowed to register


STEVE PROCKO Saturday at the EAG Organic Garden locatedon a meeting of Chalutz, the Jewish newspaper.For TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION
Alligator Staff Writer Radio Road between Lake Alice and SW further information call Hillel at 372- LECTURE will be held Monday at 7 p.m. in
34th Street. Meeting time is 10:30 a.m., new 2900. the Murphree Commons. For further information
SOARING The Florida Soaring Associationwill members are wejcome) for further information STUDENTS FOR FARMWORKERS: will call 378-2742.
meet tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the J. Wayne call 3778087. meet Sunday at 7 p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz HIKING CLUB will meet Monday at 8'p.m..
Reitz Union, room 361363. For further MIDDLE EARTH COFFEEHOUSE will be Union, room 150B. For further informationcall in the Florida Gym room 220. Discussion: will
information call 373-0798. held Saturday at 9 p.m. in UndergroundSledd 3727362. include: upcoming hikes and the spring break
YOUNG AMERICANS FOR FREEDOM B of the Murphree Area. Admission is CHURCH SERVICE RIDES sponsored by hike to the Smoky Mountains.
will meet tonight at 6 p.m. in the J. Wayne free. Christian Science College Organization will ENGINEERING DAMES will meet Tuesdayat
Reitz Union, room 357. For further in- DANCE will be held in the Tower Commons leave from Century Tower at 9:40: a.m. for 7:30 p.m. at 1501 NW 49th Terr. For
-. formation call 392.7396. Saturday at 9 p.m., sponsored by Interhall church service at 10 a.m. For further information further information call 3733887.
t RUSH ARTY' Alpha Phi Omega, the and Tower Area Government. For further call 3731850. COLLEGE ED SCt will meet Tuesday at 7
( Nation Service'Fraternity will meet tonight information call 3927530. MOVIE "The Big Heat" will be presented p.m. in Norman Hall room. 11. For further
1 at 7:30 u Gatorwood Apartment's Recreation EASTERN ORTHODOX LITURGY will be Sunday at 7 p.m. in the Law School information call 392-6589.
1 room. Ppr further information call 3786922or held Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Episcopal Auditorium. Admission is 50 cents. Sponsored BRAIN LECTURE "Broca's Area" will be
3927214. Student Center located at 1522 W. University by Law School Films for further information the topic of the lecture held Thursday 'at .8
POETRY The Gainesville Poetry Associationwill For further information call 392-7526. call 3912149.STRATOMATIC p.m. in Little Hall, room' 121. For further
meet tonight at 7:30: p.m. at Trinity RECYCLING Paper, aluminum, and glass BASEBALL LEAGUE information call For further information call
United Methodist Church, located at 2526 recycling will be done Saturday from 10 a.m. will meet Sunday at 7 p.m. in the J.: Wayne '392-2046, ext. 33.
NW 8th.Ave.BAHA'I to noon at the SW end( of the commuter Reitz .Union room 339. For further information EFFECTS OF TMs a lecture on the effects of
DISCUSSION a discussion of parking lot. Sponsored by EAG for further call 378.7177.REVOLUTIONARY TM will be held Wednesday at 8 p.m. in Little
history and goals of the Baha'i association will information call 373.2814 or 3921635.CIS STUDENT BRIGADE Hall room 205. For further information call
be held tonight at 8 p.m. in the J. Wayne MIXER the Chinese International will meet Sunday at 8 p.m. .in the J. Wayne 495.2654 or 378-2742.
Reitz Union, room 118. Society will hold a mixer for students interested Reitz Union, 'room 35556. For further information ERA MEETING The Gainesville
LUNCH.AND LITERATURE sponsored by in Asia Saturday at 8:30: p.m. at the call 3735988. Organization for the Equal Rights Amend
Christian Science College Organization will Institute for Religion. 1220 SW 5th Ave. For FLORIDA ABROAD AT UTRECHT ment will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at
distribute literature in the colonnade of the J. further information call 3778725. PROGRAM Students who are interested in 419 NE 1st Ave. For further information call
Wayne Reitz Union from 11:45: a.m. to 1 HILLEL the following events are scheduledfor the 1975-76 program are invited to meet with 3737003.
p.m. They will also serve lunch in room 150B. Hillel this weekend: tonight at 5:15: p.m., Florida students who have studied in Utrecht FLORIDA VETERANS ASSOCIATION -
For further information call 3732850. the Friday night service will be followed by a 6 with Dutch students who are presently at UF will meet Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. in the J. <
GARAGE SALE for the benefit of Rape p.m. meal at 8 p.m. an Oneg Shabbat and with student and faculty members of the Wayne Reitz Union room 334. For further
Information and Counseling Service, will be thought, talk, food and social. Saturday at 10 Utrecht committee. Sunday at 4:30: p.m. in information call 3921677.
held Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at a.m. service, followed by Kiddish and at 5 the J. Wayne Reitz Union room 347.
1328 NW 5th Ave. For further informationcall p.m. Mincha followed by Third Sabbat feast DISCIPLES OF SRI CHINMOY will speakat GRD BUSINESS ASSOCIATION will meet
377.7273 ((377.RAPE). and learning session, Sunday at 11 a.m. UF Monday at 7 p.min the J..Wayne Reitz Wednesday at 7 p.m. in Matherly Hall, room \
GARDENING CO-OP will hold a meeting brunch. 8 p.m. Israeli dancing, and at 9 p.m. Union room 362. II. For further information call 3920380.

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below is a letter from Pres- As I discussed with you last week, the The failure of State revenues to Involve the increased 600 freshmen
admitted. We had
ident of Florida budget situationhas support the,appropriation level thus students never anti-
Robert Q. Marston to Chancellor University
Robert Mautz, detailing how the Univer- now clarified to the point that I would requiring cutbacks to meet a full year cipated funding for those students this
half of the year, thus, this did not contribute to the
deficit in the latter year.
sity will be able to meet its current like to seek your support in taking some
in the cost of unforeseeable financial events leading to
budget problems.This unprecedented actions on our campus to .The rapid
Marston out two primary objectives duringthe utilities which quickly exceeded the our current situation.I .
new flexibility, explained carry
the efforts that
will permit the University to "meetour remainder of the year. The first is to contingency funds budgeted by the appreciate your staff
and the Board have made to alleviate
educational responsibilities without continue our teaching commitments to System for anticipated increases. Because the
the necessity of lay-offs." our students and the second is to avoid the University of Florida has an problems of the University of Florida.
The University's deficit estimate is lay-off of the University's personnel older physical plant, the power utiliz- These efforts will help, but my present
reduced to about $800,000, following including graduate assistants. Failure to ation has not been as controllable as in projections indicate that they will not
notice from the Board office Wednesdaythat achieve these objectives will create newer institutions. assure our ability to achieve the two key
the University of Florida's appropriate problems that will plague this Universityfor .Failure to receive the funds projectedas objectives.All .
share of savings and other many years in the future. a result of our fall quarter enrollment. areas of the campus, E &G: IFAS,
system-wide sources will be $630,000.Dr. You will recall that the University of This added to the present difficulties and the Health Center are under consid-
Mar&ton's letter to Chancellor Florida is in its present crisis for three since we received only 60 per cent of the erable stress,but some unevenness in the
Mautz follows: reasons: projected amount. The difficulty does notUniversity distribution of additional stresses could
occur. The. impact of alternative decisions
such as curtailment of the educa-
Outstanding ational process or the laying-off of
individuals in one budget would have an
Grad Leaders immediate effect both substantive and
from the morale standpoint on the other
1 T Produced by tha Division of Information i PublicI e
f ationt Strvictt to communicatt official l notices & Im two budgets. Despite the advantages of
Being SoughtNominations impivunt information to students, faculty & staff L vat O having three budgets, a concept which I
the Umvtrtity of frlorida.Learn BP strongly support, we have now reached

for the Outstanding Fe- the point that it Is essential that I have
male and Male Leaders of the Winter the flexibility to make short-term and
graduating class are now being receivedby long-term trade-offs across all three
Tom Goodale, dean for student budgets to arrive at the best solution for
services.The awards are given quarterlyat "The System" all concerned at this University.Our .
each commencement by the Univer- present estimate is a deficit of
sity of Florida Alumni Association. about$800,000. We can meet this by even
Goodale has asked that nominations Beginning MondayDo further reductions in the E & G budget
detailing leadership achievements be and by temporary transfer of some funds
submitted in writing by Monday, Febru- from other budgetary units. In addition,
ary 3,to his office, Room 129 Tigert Hall. you know the ins and outs of drop-add, how to make the best use of the about two-thirds of any lapse of salaries
There is no grade point average requirement Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, course option, what the "forgiveness policy" is, or above that currently required will be
where you can just find someone to talk to when you need an ear? returned to the University of Florida.
Any member of the University com- These and other topics will be discussed in"Teaching You the System"sessions' With this flexibility we will continue to
munity may submit a name for consi- being conducted each Monday night through March 3 from 7 to 9 p.m.in Room 122 carry out our full educational respon-
deration. Presentations will be made at of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. The kick-off session is Monday, Feb. 4 sibilities throughout the year and will do
the March 22 commencement ceremony.A Each Monday night deans or faculty from various colleges will be present to this without laying-off individuals.
committee composed of students, answer questions. On hand this week will be Assistant Dean John Webb of the
faculty, staff and others will make the College of Journalism and Communications,Professor Mort Wolfson of University Committee FocusesOn
selection. Committee members include: College and Dr. Marvin McMillan from the College of Education.
Margaret Beistle, housing; Bill Cross, Developed by the Office for Student Services, the program is being coordinatedby Honor CodeIn
JWRU program director; Ron David, Assistant Dean Joyce Taylor and Director of New Student Programs Rob
Florida Blue Key president; Nancy Hess, Denson.While the programs are aimed particularly at students new to the system a report to the University Senate on
associate professor of marketing; Kevin freshmen,transfers and international students-they are open to all interested activities of the Student Affairs Committee -
Malone, Student Senate president; Jen- UF students. Dr. Michael Gannon (Committee
nifer Parramore, NOW director; Roberta Dean Taylor said, "Our aim is to help students better understand and Chairman) noted that the 1973-74 Com-
Reisberg, Mortar Board president; manipulate some of the policies, procedures and resources available to them on mittee focuses primarily on two areas of
Donna Schmitt, SAVANT president; campus.If the sesssions seem productive this quarter,they will likely be continuedon student interest: the advisability of
David Smith, Independent Florida Alligator a regular basis next quarter." renewed efforts to build a mass indoor
editor; Mike Snyder, ODK presi- seating facility and a review of the Honor
dent; and Dan Spinks, associate dean of Code.In .
agriculture. five separate deliberations regar-
Women Faculty To Hear ReportOn ding the mass seating facility, the
Committee concluded that such a facility

Students SoughtFor Proposed Women's StudiesA that its critically construction needed and on financing campus would, but

not succeed unless students themselves
1,000-Mile' University of Florida English professor nominate a five member advisory com- agreed to make some guaranteed mone-
who was awarded a grant to mittee to work with Mrs. Thompson."The tary contribution over the course of a
Canoe VoyageThe investigate the feasibility of a Women's program would offer a minor, not specified number of years.In .
Studies Program on campus, will reporton in being a woman, but in a thematic discussing the Honor Code, the
Bicentennial Commission of Florida the results of her investigations to inquiry into the humanities. It will work Committee generally felt it to be "in-
is seeking 24 students to make a women faculty members Monday at 7:30: within the present structure of the operable"or "unenforceable" in its -
1,000-mile canoe expedition from Palatkato p.m. in Room 427 of Grinter HalL University," she says. present form. Stating that a moral
Miami Beach, following the trail madein "Where do we go from here"ls the principle observed on the UF campus is
1774-1775 by colonial explorer William overall question for the meeting, says Student Affairs "Thou shalt not rat on another person,"
Bartram. Irene .
Thompson.To the Committee made three recommendations -
The expedition will begin June 8 and help answer that question, women Financial Aid : the concept of personal honor
end August 17 with all food and members Info
lodging faculty are asked to bring should be reinforced by every means
travel expenses paid by the Bicentennial information about their experiences with Sessions ContinueStudent available to student and administrative
Commission. academic women's programs at other .leaders; the legal language of the Honor
Tom Goodale, Dean tor Student Ser- Universities and their thoughts on curric Financial Affairs is continuing Code should be studied with a view
vices has been asked t&rdinate the ulum. its ,information sessions and use
next week, toward practical enforcement;
applications for the Commission. Good- Another purpose of the meeting is to acquainting students with various forms of proctors should be reconsidered as a
ale observed, "This is a unique oppor- of financial
eligibility requirements and means of controlling what some faculty
tunity for students to share in the deadlines.
report as an "upswing in examination
American Bicentennial
celebration and
Sessions will be held Monday night at 7 cheating." The Committee noted that
have a fulfilling summer as well. According to Monte Loeb University
p.m.1n the lobby of Jennings Hall, and at Vice-President for Student Affairs San-
Students in anthropology, forestry, geol- Comptroller, approximately 1,400 stud- 8:15 p.m. in the Corry Village office. deen has recently appointed a Task
ogy, history and the biological sciencesare ents have not paid all their fees. Those
Wednesday, February 5, sessions will be Force to,investigate the,Honor Code.
strongly urged to apply. students who do not make arrangements held at 7:30 p.m. in the recreation -- -
All interested students should contact for fee payment deferment by Mondaywill of Yulee Hall and at 8:45: p.m.in the room
Betty Anderson,129,Tigert Hall,392-1261. have their registration, cancelled. lounge of Diamond Village. study Watch UNISCOPE Sunday at 12:30 a.m.
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Independent Florida Alligator, Friday January 31, WS. Page 15Sandeen's

Regents To Consider BudgetFor

StatementOn This Year And NextIn

CheatingThe what" is termed an "emergency ployees if such action must be taken..
meeting, the Board
of Regents will
For the 1975-76 legislative request
following is a statementby discuss State University System finances budget,.the committee) will recommendthe
Vice-President for Student Affairs both for the remainder of this fiscal year following:
Arthur Sandeen on alleged and for 1974-75 in the multi-purpose room
cheating incidents being invest of the Village Center, Florida Tech- .A reduction in the number of small

igated by the Honor Court: nological University, Orlando, beginning 1 1 classes through merger, elimination of
at 10:30: a.m. Monday. offering less frequently.

There is no mere importantvalue Most of the meeting will center around
at the University of,Florida consideration of a report of the finance, The $8.9 million in additional cuts be Elimination ,and or consolidation of
than honesty in academic matters. committee which met in Jacksonville allocated on the formula basis. seme low-production programs.

Thus, when it comes to the last week. .Reduction in
For the current fiscal the The Board authorize the chancellor to faculty positions
attention of the University that year
to research and service
there may be violations of this committee is recommending that: write Lt. Gov. Jim Williams explaining activities. '

academic trust, they are handled 1$1 million in that the State University System
savings from and
promptly and with'great concern. other economies lapse "appears to be affected disproportionately No salary increases for; 197576.
throughout the System
The University is, of course to many other state agencies" in
be redistributed
as near as possible on Delay in of
budget cutbacks "since about 75 cent
disappointed to learn of the alleged the same basis defined per
as by formula. of the SUS budgets (are) in salaries and
involvement of some students in '
(The UF administration has been not- program improvements or new
this situation.It wages. The proposed letter would urgea
ified by the Board Staff that it will uniform state programs. 1:
is very encouraging to note, recommend employee policy on
$630,000 as the UF's share).
possible layoffs and dismissal I of
however that it is the Student em-
Hnor .Delay for one year the opening of the
Court here that initiated this University of Florida College of.Veterinary -

investigation, and, in accordancewith Medicine.
tradition at the University of Campus Crackdown On

\ Florida, is assuming responsibility Giving up 222 faculty man-year
I for adjudicating the individualcases. positions while increasing the staff
The Honor Court has our full Bike Traffic Obeyance support for faculty. This may be accom-

support in these activities, and isdoing plished by lapse..Eliminating .
__ ,
: an excellent LL. 11 is our "Operation Life" has been started by bicycle accidents on campus, and at its
freshman admissions
intention that this matter will be the University Police Department to help "Operation Identification" this fall, the at
the of South Florida and
:1 completed by the end of the winter prevent bicycle related accidents. UPD branded over 8,000 bikes. University
quarter. Last quarter 48 injuries resulted from "The idea is to prevent accidents, not Florida Technological University. (Decision
not scheduled to be made until
to give tickets, said a UPD spokesman.
March 10 .
Operation Life includes ticketing bicyclists meeting)

UF Representative To Forego for moving and non-moving Increasing student fees. (Decision

I violations, such as failure to use existing scheduled to be delayed until March 10
SUS Faculty Council MeetingsDr. bike paths, running a stop light or stop meeting.)
sign, riding against the flow of traffic on
the left side of the street and riding the Reduction'in out-of-state fee waivers.
Robert Gaither, UF's elected (mechanical engineering) and my per- wrong way on a one-way street.
representative to the SUS Faculty Senate sonal resources to attend meetings; nor A charge of reckless operation will Placing more of the Activity and
Council, has notified Dr. Lucius Ells- do I feel Justified in calling upon encompass any irresponsible bicycle Service Fee in the Matriculation Fee.
worth, Council Chairperson, that in President Marston for relief." Dr. operation, including excessive speed.
accordance with Board of Regents Gaither is chairman of mechanical Although a campus traffic regulation
directives regarding cancellation of in- engineering. excludes bicycles from sidewalks, the Housing
terinstitutional council and committee regulation will not be enforced because

meetings which are not essential, he is some bike paths are located on UF Hikes Are AskedThe

withdrawing from active participation in Seafood WorkshopHere sidewalks. Walkways provide the only
the Council and will no longer attend access to most bike racks.
Next Week Bicycles ridden at night must be Board of Regents at its meeting
mDr.Gaiter further recommended that equipped with a rear reflector and Monday will also consider a request from

the SUS Faculty Senate Council discon- Open To Public headlight, both visible for 500 feet. the University of Florida to increase
tinue its meetings for the remainder of- There will be a standard fine of $5 for rental increases in campus housing, as .t

the academic year or"until such time as Dr. Virginia Sidwell, well-known food all Infractions of bicycle regulations. follows:
the revenue uncertainties are viewed by technologist,will be the featured speakerat Fines will be handled through the Student
the Board of Regents to have been a two-day Seafood Composition Work- Traffic Court. ,Bicycles may be im- residence From$5 halls to$20 per quarter for space in
cleared up." shop scheduled for Monday and Tuesday. pounded for up to 90 days. Pamphlets the depending on the natureof
Gaither noted that while he would Dr. Sidwell is a research food technol- detailing Florida bike regulations and (air conditioning,
continue leader for Gainesville bikeways are available from refrigerators, etc.), effective fall quar-
to support the concept of the ogist and acting program ter.
Council and would provide resource fisheries development at the National UPD and the Gainesville Police.

information, he does not expect "to Marine Fisheries Service Southeastern .From $5 to $12.50 per month for
authorize the expenditure of any funds Utilization Research Center, College married housing, effective July 1. The
for activities that are not absolutely Park, Maryland. She will discuss nutri- ,Night Class TeachersAre greater increase is for centrally clim
essential to our instructional and research tional and chemical composition of ate-controlled units.
programs." seafood with emphasis on fatty acids, Sought By "Rental increases are necessary to

In his letter Gaither said, "I cannot cholestrol, protein and fats. meet the continuing rise in operatingcosts
continue to draw upon this department's The workshop,sponsored Jointly by the Continuing EducationThe of University housing," the UF
National Marine Fisheries Service, the administration has told the Board.
Speech Marine Advisory Program, Florida Cooperative Division of Continuing Education's In addition to general inflationaryprice
ScreeningsFor Extension Service, and UF's Non-Credit Evening Program is seeking Increases, the University has
Education Department of) Food Science, has a UF faculty interested in teaching a class recently learned of rate hikes in elect-
MajorsThe registration fee of $5. For information one night per week for 9 weeks during the ricity and faces a rate Increase in water.

speech screening test for all contact Dr. McCullough at 325 Food Spring Quarter program. The quarter "Board of Regents approval is requested -
teacher education majors will be given Science Bldg., 392-1992. extends from April 7 to June 5 and at this time," the University said "so
Feb. 3 through Feb. 11. Applications are .classes meet from 7 to 10 p.m. usually on that as much advance notice as possiblemay
available in Room 124 Norman Hall. Rock Concert Sunday campus. Faculty are paid an honor be,given present and prospective

All teacher education majors, regard arium. residents of University,housing."
less of college, are required to satisfy the The J. Geils Band will present a rock Courses taught may be either aca-
speech before concert Sunday at 8 p.m. in the Florida demic or creative. For instance, a math
screening requirement
being admitted to Advanced Profess- Gym. Tickets, available at Constans professor who has a talent for French
ional Sequence EDE 400 and EDE Theatre Box Office and Rebel Discount, cooking might teach Introductory Alge-
400-EDS()() 400. cost $5 for the public and $4 for bra or Creative French Cuisine. .
Students University students. The performance is Faculty interested in offering a class, _
be certified to M fuMw IW'
[teach English expecting are not required to take the sponsored by Student Government,Pro- should contact Pam Zimpfer, 808 Seagle' Uohmity tf Florida GitMivOliThe
392-1702 6.
Building. by February
test but ductions.
must take SCH 201.
P unity/Affirmarivc Action Employer -

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for a motor stereo distributor. Coll John
at 378.9192: (A.5T-68-P) Men and ladle tn speed, sears never
used bikes with chains asking $100 for IN. NOW
1972 VOGUE mobile. 12.70. Has den, lOCh,call Mrs Ogut from 8:00: am to 4:OCp
1 r bar, kitchen, living room with fireplace, .m. Phone no. 392.1934 (a-2t.72.p)_ THE
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luxurious, economical, easy terms. Call clock radios. Come sunday, feb lit to MOVIES!
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Men Schwinn 10 spied, like new
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1 1 teg $163 now $99 or beat offer, also water t pad new never removed from ii dR
s 1 1s Nikon F with F T N meter boa$25 00 Call Bob 373-8361 (o-lt.72-p)
must {ocrifice, C20 or best offer,
Ford Truck tires,
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toll J77-4436 (10T-65-P 1 )
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1 1 telephoto lent converters, electronic 66-p) __ : -) 4' 4',7 4f
flash,and cote for all$225 not so firm. Condition, &
1973 Hondo 350 Excellent
378-6360 (A.5T-69-P) with helmet Call David 373-2224. keep
: flute, with case, like new, will sell at trying (o-10t-66-p)
: very reasonable price, call 373-4604
Sl tell STA 80 stereo
J A (afternoons or evenings)) (A-4T-69-P) leaving,
receiver, 80 w output, 2 sp.ok.rsOptimus
1968 Pontiac large station wagon AM-fM 1b,'headphone 4 months old
7'l radio factory air heater luggage rack oslo$290 call Hung 378-3471 or 392-9045a
steering tope deck automatic .
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super clean $750 378-5934 (o-5t.70-p)

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central air + heat fully furnished 1200 basket Stats brand almost NEW
equity I ottume note of 75.77 month or $50,00 Coll 377.5252. Keep trying' (a 3i
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lie' men's sears 26 Inch 10-ipeed to sublease,available feb 24 close WANTED HELP WANTEDMature AUTOSclosiy AUTOS
Good condition $6000 coil sherry campus, 2 bdr, pool, 172 mo 378.8336 to female, roomate wonted $55 + 1.3 student with own cor to pick and cruiserl 1966 Pontioc Grond Prix 73 Vega GT Hatchback Air Automatic
.4459 after 5:00.: (A-5T-69.P) otter 5 pm. ((8 IQT-67.P) utilnst 378.552.very short walk to campus call babysit y. old 1:30-5: pm and do light full power, FM with reverb, wire 27000 miles Excellent Condition $1900 I '
fcire terrier 2 mole 1 femole. AKOreeding (c.5t.72.p) house-work if willing, salary com wheelcovers, A.C. Fine running, looking For more info call 377-8356 After 5 p.m
[ 377-0218 after 5-30.: Price female roommate wanted lo shore room roommate wanted .- for mensurate 373-4418 after 5 pm (e-41-70-( $475 373-7231 (G-4T-69-P) Reason: Going West and I need a Van.
La. In a two bedroom opt. oak forest 1 15 country living rL- ((0-51-71-p)
(A-5T69-P) apti mIn. to U of F own bedroom ._ $65
S76.I. ? month 'immedIate' occupancy + 1.3 util., .- liberal, but 1973 CORVETTE COUPE fully equipped
kon w-SOmm 1:14: -$t50Nista loop call 377-5381 (b-5l.70-p) Charlie at 378-41 mature call listeners Wonted: Must be native block leather int. excellent condition PERSONALWedding
k.$30; new Davis Imp rocket-$25; HOUSE IN THE COUNTRY 50 (days) (C-5T-63-P> English speaking + must hove normal $6995 firm 372-0248 after 5 pm (g-St-70-(
Addldos ((7Vt-$12) ; portable campus Pets. OK 6300 Eight mils to GOlD t SILVER Top prices paid for clcs. hearing. Please call Arlene 392-204V Pj) Invitations $11.40 100,
,t$20..Call jets 377.0578 (A-5T. + 1.3 ulil Call rings:! old lewelry, per
372-2766 (b-St-TO-p) Owe etc. confidential tat between I 1pm. & 4 p.m. Mon thru Fri. 66 fury; '64 bulk, both oc, heater, auto, business cards $995, rubber stamps,
ROOMMATE WANTED sublet 373-3894 (e-50-53) We will pay $2 per hour. (IE.1 OT6J..C1could : ) and recent Inspection, 475 for both. 376- magnetic signs, offset printing. Cliff Hall

i Iihog-corpet.u : Step-von tope-deck camper a o-c one, elect.in a, opt. oc pool I shag carpet across a 4 bdrm from f''leoiont female roommate wanted for you handle an impossible lob? 9755,days or 373-7391 alter 6 (g-3t-70-p) Printing 1103 N. Main (J-fg-58-C)

only $995 Tig..... $93 mo. contact the place office, harp, vncoya opt. S65-monlh 1.3 applications are currently being, accepted 69 Ford Galome 500, air, all power, THIS WEEK AT RAPP'S RACQUET SHOPPE
opportunity safari opt. 160. (b-5t-7Q.pl) 'if 1 jtilmes''' 378.5886 (lC-ST.68.P)_ for fall, 1975 resident assistant automatic 2 dr. V8 better than Avg. YOU CAN BUY ANY RACQUET BALI
see ol No .W.KI .. ,lnu I '''"IU'. ,.....?,,. positions with, the division, of housing condition for less than avg retail blue RACQUET OVER $15 AND RECEIVE 2 FREE
lund In olochuo (0.51-! Fe need deposit no lease house on lake SonIa must be fvn-loving and pleasant. $60 apply before feb. I, 1975 ol one of book $1075.00, asking $950.00. call 372- sEAMCO BALLS! SE! OUR SELECTION AT
,_.k Sl-100 1971 good shape $200. Incld one to shore with $100 mo, util monthi utilities' Galorwood opts. housing's area. offices (e-4t-64-p) 7004 (5t-7l-p) '1508 NW 13 ST. 37278362t72p(| )_
fabulous step-von camper ocI -, quiet carpet dishwsr porch yard close to campus call anytime) 3733735.
link, shag-carpet, top deck don 468-1083 376-2688 (b-5t-70-p) (c.5t-69.p) '

see safari camp ground Inkuo WANT TO MOVE? female roommate for 2 br apt 55 a
(o-4t-70-p) If you desire to move from your present help! we need 1 female roommate. ewllI \ 'L '
m ten-speed "Freespirir with lock location we can rent, sublet it or find youa must be fun-loving and pleasant. $60-
chain, two months old. $70.00 3425JSW roommate immediately at NO COST. month + 'i. utilities gatorwood opts
2nd Ave. 373-6118, (o-5l-70-p) Call todoyll close to compus. Call anytime, 373-3735.,

I Men's 10 speed Mercer .xe.ll.nt United Real Estate Assoc Inc. (C-5T-69-P])__ ( 1 t 1 t t
ition $90 or best offer cal( 3764003r6 113) Nt: 16th Ave 377-6992 (b-fr-55-ci) female roomote for 2 br apt 55 a mo.
:00 keep trying i (a-St-TO-p) Windmeodowl unfurnished, plus 1-3 utilities, move In by feb 1 prefer
I1 LIBERIA 10 speed 7'month'* old BR 2 bath carpet drapes AC apartment polio pool 2 serious student 378-4162 keep trying (c4t69p -
it condition 6 king S9S coll torn 372IRINET tennis courts by Feb call 373.9896 or 373- )_ NBn. : ,
> (fa 2t 71- / 3558 (b.5t.71.p) Female' Roommate wonted 1 br. opt 2 I .
blocks from U of F $67.50 a mo. +
w cot excellent condition 2 riots for rent, 2 or 3 people MF or cple utilities start feb 1st call elizobeth 377-
reasonable should see to optiote $30-50 mo no deposit 'lost mo 10 mm 9772 Deioto Apts. (c-3t-70-p( ) 9-1OuadStereo.
Coil 3739700 10.31.71soleguitar ) bike, to campus liberal, own room call
I less than 6 month old anytime 373.7127 (b.3t.71.p) Female, roomote needed to share ,
Village Pork 52.25 month Titsh7Satf
I sold for 350$ will sell for 200$ must Private Room Maid service mole one blk and % utilities apartment Call Pam or Shelly a after
378-0747 a-4> toUF first half Feb free lease till
to a reclote ( 9-p) June 4:00 373-9295 (c-4t-sr-p) 5OC rtTAT
$80 mo. quiet 2nd fl. Terry 377.1I5910t _
FOR RENT month + $40 dep (b.5t.71-p! ) male roommate wanted to shore 2 bdm
opt avail feb. 15. located In
3 bedroom fern roommate needed at Place Apt. country
ediate Occupancy. apt.al
Own bdrm $97 + '. ul luxury Walkto garden opts. $58 months util. call
I hat and air with pool 213) perth
'373-2209 373-3464 b-5t- UF COol I Virginia 392-7612 or 3786363or ;_
i call or (
come by No 116 (b.5t.71'-p) roomate wanted :2 br mobile home $80
mo. + M utilities Prairs- View village
shore house, $12500 includes utilities
oom 2 both furn opt available feb Phone 376-9755 M.F. come by 1208 NW call evenings 378-3907 (c-3l-70-p( )
ear hospitals and campus countryn 21 Ave After 6, any time weekends (b- Wonted: male roommate for own room
opt phone 378-1761 after 9 am in 3 bdrm
2t-71-p) Williamsburg. $85 per mo.f
IT-69-P) 1-3 ulil. behind med center call Dan
i Acrtoge-Oynomite horn located Room for rent own room ,n 3 377-9633 or 373-5283. (c-3t-70-p( )
fenced outside of ) bedroom house, $88 413 utilities,,,
[ acre. |lUll city mo. Mellow, gentle, together person: shore act
.drapes, air, heal. Kids and pen Central air and heat, across fromwestsde house own rm, bike, to campus Must
I ((1215)) ) pork 1104 NW 34 St. 376-8423 really dig dogs and music. $68 mo. + '/.
19am to 8pm 377-6992 (b-3t-7l-) util, Stu or Susan 378-6964 (c-St-71-p) lEI
Ir. $150 house-Walk bike
from this or and clean female roommate shore two bedroom, I or 2 female roomates for 2 bedroom 2
pus spacious bath turn at Country Gardens $60
two both trailer, olomor gardens 87.50 opt
-amoll.poII. heat + to utilities 376-0808 (b-5t.72.p) mo + 'a utilities,, 377.7'>>9 '(c-7t-7l-p)
patio, fully equipped kitchen
4)) Liberal roomate wanted to shore 3 female roomate' country gardens near
7 days 377-6992 bedroom house, own room, walking campus and shards call debbie after 6
cottage nearby" take-Completely distance campus $67 month + 1.3 p,m. m-th any time otherwise 378-8571)
eluded amongst the pines and utilities. call 378-9496 (b-51-68.p) (c5t-7l-p)) _

Rent could be much tower In spacious two br, air conditioned, furnished HELP WANTEDSecretarial M
change. for work.ll Can today mobil home odiocenl to uf
17 days 377-6992 campus $140 per month, $30 deposit no Openings
5 Includes all utllltles-Na tease or last lease. 377-0049 (b-lt-72-p)
rth. Heat carpets drapes. In Ideal! one room for rent, Including all utilities. Good secretarial skills and general
nlc location.. Student and couples good localization for more information, office knowledge required. Typing
!komell .Pets Allowed ((1203)) drop by 108 nw 13 St or call 3769252ask ability 60-65 accurate words per minute.
n 7 days 377-6992 for donold (b-3t-72-p)
kiency-oll' vtil paid-low, low rent forft Salaries commensurate with ability and
roomote to share large bdrm in :2 bdrm
fully fum opt. located In quiet NW opt $43 months others call after 6 experience. Excellent fringe benefitsand '
i minutes from campus. Air, heat, working conditions with progressivefirm. ( +
377-9859 (b-2t.72-p) j k.
chen. equipped ((1252)) c f ljxt. ) + 4T' > .r &&L

United Real Estate Atsoc. WANTEDliberal Qualified, and interested 'applicants -?
113 Nt 16th Ave. contact Carolyn R. Miller, with Black,
Open 9am to 8pm 377- 992 Roommate Mole or Female own Crow & Eidsness, Inc., 3772442.An \
((8-5T-69-C) Br. In 2 br. opt oc, pool, bbc close to rr
campus. $82.50 per mo. + W util, 948 Equal Opportunity Employer
SW loth Ave. 372.1019 (c.5t.72.p) licensed real estate salesperson for

AT THE female share In 2 bedroom notional company. Quoronnled salary ,
Call Susie 377.
Cory or
+ commission
w it the time to start looking for that plush opt.Windmeodows S66 a mo + '. 6973. (E-5T-69-C) _
al I home for spring or fall qtr. Wee utilities/ Immediate occupancy student
many listings avail for then a perfered call Tanya 373.0735 (C-5T-69- :$t' rw"1'$: I'I!:!' ; ) 'W ,
ill deport can hold It for you. Call P)

377-6992 Female roommate wonted Feb. 1 rent .,'
$68. Brondywme opts. Tel 376-2496 call
) LEASE NO lAST MONTH 2 bedroom
nithed from after 3 t>m. (C.5T-69J)) _
unit $135 per month;
kludes water, sewage garbage pick. studious ROOMMATE wonted for own
2 bdrm duple opt, 2 blocks t .
pen-control. and yard car*. Prairie bdrm In s
ew Mobil Village 378- lb-20t-60.p) Jim 373-5666 (C-5T-69-P)

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. Information' 376-4446 will the preient-doy Order be green bock pock ot Reiti Union detcented Skunk vicinity 26th, Stand THE qlr-3 BAHAMAS meals o SPRING doy-o bunk all
rolled up, and a new one tpreod out In mcyl parking lot lues' trite after 9:30,1: I University' Reword Plow help 01 unlimited 24-28 for
Hi tteod" Boho'l Writings (|-lt-72-p) need It and the) contents bock Reward.toll find, our Friend Thanks Coll 377-8281 (ISt70p I- for II AO for S glorious Appelboom doyt mar 8755

DR. H.J. STEVENS : :" Johnny Angel my knight In white soon tom 378-2729 ((1-51-72) \ ) more(5T-65-P Info ph)John ._
DR. RICHARD STEVENS : !irit.mmOf << don't, give in 'to ,the Moody Blues Lost blue uf spiral notebk in well please Pair of ment sunglasses found Sun.Jon.
\ only.
OPTOMETRIST J : Princess (f-It.72.p) call andrea ruff 378-7862 (l-5t-72-p I ) 26, on Murphree Court. Coll to Idtnlify. ELECTROLYSIS By appolelm.nl' 376-
Mr, J.N. Korp Telephone(904): ( )
MOVED TO L.fl 1 1. Thank you for making the 24th totpeciall Lost: Tiger striped kitten, w flea collar 373-2594 (I l-St-70-p' )
: 5673 (m.Ql-64-pL| ) _
:m%: I love you to much! left enjoy white feet, 4 mos. NW 4ih PI. + 13th St. _
1831 N.W. 13th St. the 131 days we have left You're to 377-8203 Reword ((1.2t.72.p) Self Realization Assistance A personal'rap aided EUROPE-ISRAEI-AFRICA-ASIA

ACROSS FROM GAIN ES VI LIE 711STREIT'S))11(Mllfrve:. special to me lY, p (I.1t.72.p| ) lost block wallet In vicinity of broword or by on your astrology spiritual chort.evolvement Dennis 377-4159 Travel discounts year-round Student Air

HIGH SCHOOL.: ./ 2M3\:" : Congratulations to all of the new motherly halls. If you hove any Information (will your teocMSLEEPY ) Travel Agency, Inc. 5299 Roswell Rd.
PHONt 372-1229 31l : Brother of Theta Chi. Ill Sit Poll and please contact Tom ot 392. Atlanta, Go. 30342, 252-3433 (M-14T-
Kothy (|-lt-72p)) 9579 Reword (l-2t-72-p' ) HOlLOW Hone Form featuringthe th. 60-P) .
finest professional induction' '
to'the brothers of AEPi I love you all very SERVICESBasic belt boarding facilities beautiful 373- WIRED FOR SIGHT "
much you're the best, bunch of guys a 1059 466-3224 (m-IOt-66-p) "Tl.EyegloaSuper Mort"UNIVERSITY
@lID @ girl ever hod three cheer for the Advanced Scuba Ciutsts :starting: OPTICIANS
SCHW1NNCYCLERY brotherhood love Z ((|-1t-72-p)r Underwater Photography Classes '300 SW 4th Ave 378-4480
GOOD when do it right "I'll show
161"N.W.13h$1. Pontho'i, Bookpackt, Pocks W-framet, Starting Sales service rental' air, trips you'how. Call you Steve 377-4359 evei for (M.50-S3.C) _
'" .. Tents Rugby Shirts Trail Shorn, White Tom Allen (Co-hmt of Wild Kingdom Tennis leisons Try it.you'll like III) (m2t. GRE PREPARATION Course In
Slog Speedo Bathing Sultt Join Univ. T.V.) Aliens Aquatic t Trail Center.' 3448 71-p) Gainesville 18 hrt., $35; course
NEW b .USfD. Hiking Club. Allen Aquatic & Trail W. Unlv 3739233. (m-fr-72-c) repeotoble' free. Call ((305)) 854- A66.
town'' ..O.6v' French Spanish, Italian'tutoring children
;: Center 3448 W. Univ., 3739233fr72(| :;SCUBA CLASS starts Feb 2. all equipment A adults, B.A. French experienced fMl4T9P)

J llOAOINft MVMIOM son COMFONfN'S se' wxnIUTElliAA01AEPAIA 'J)_ I I provided Including mask, fins, snorkel, B.C., $..5 hr. Exp -olio in 'tech, reg. translating MEDICAL COllEGE ADMISSION PRACTICE
1 DAY SIIVICI Are you a woman who believes In 'the ' equality of the, sexes if to I would like to 'textbook and all air 5 open-water' dives cost break actual MCAT. Tttt analyzed, score and
S 1 DAY SERVICE meet you I am a mole transfer student ':S35 absolutely no extra. charges toll Scuba ond iprlng diving percentile rank reported.'
from N Y. who loves to dance and totally j jtelievet I Dynamics 373-5069 (m-Vt-64-p) camping trip Fly by seaplane
1466-3340 rxicArtorv 1 FRANCHISED DEALER In people liberation Call Jeff from Key West March 21-25 or 25.29 All HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOAlSBY
"For all 'typing n..dl-Coll us ot our scuba provided Explore
your equipment
MAAw "Clw"GUN ot.\u. .offIce between 8 and 5.377.2235 or historic Fort Jefferson $115 with certification ATHLETICS
0_ CONGRATULATIONS NEW BROTHERS OF 6pm Debbie, -377.7806 or Sand, 378- ', $150 includes full scuba course ABILITY-STUDYING MEMORY
AEPil: Yeu're"the, bea,"and we love '. 373.3059 Donald G. Prott-Cerlifled'
) CALL 377-BIKE you 5754 (M5T68P) call Scuba Dynamics 373-5069 (m-5l-7l-,
oil little MEN, FAPH (m.21t-48-p)
l Sitters' l-lt-72-p( )_
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\ To Popcorn Porn. Happy 20th Birthday) typewriter, calculator, ditto machine? Experienced typist will type term papers, "JOBS IN ALASKA" handbook how to
Watch out for ,those cold showers) love Or a phone from which you can call? thesis or dissertation, Fast t accurate work and live In Alotko Latest pipeline
LAST DAY! from the 4th floor rowdies PT. Jo, These and lots more are available In 321 ,service at reasonable rates Call 373- Information, $300. JIA Bo. 7, Norwich,
Under, liter, plus Moholler (the ex) and Mormon Hall. (m-lOt-70( ) 8923 (m.5l.11-p) 'VI, 05055 (M-15T-63-P) _
the visitor from Broword (f-lt-72-p)
NOW OPEN, Specializing In English haircutting
unj.... Drop by Colonial Plaza 716 W.
Unlv. Ave 377-2643 (l-50t-53-p) .

Small clones $20 per mon
1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th St.) Mon thru
FEATURING Sot even,7'to 9. 3787131. (J-20T-60-P)
3.95 for 200 copies 9.95 1,000
HOLY WEEK PAGEANTRYt Deprellon'blue., !? we will fix your per
motorcycle today hondo yamaha moil
SKi lap, 'triumph norton bar moto guzii
] super bikes lO-o 7 day 3441 SW archer
SUPtRBIKES INC. Hat tire t dunlop K 81
\0 LEAVES TAMPA MARCH 23 RETURNS MARCH. 29 J33, leather jackets( $70 full coverage AS 1 CENT ON MOST ORDERS
1 INCLUSIVE PRICE 1397.00 helmet$33. 3441 SW archer rd 7 days a


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HOLBROOK TRAVEL INC. core. Call Birthright.' 377-4947 (J-24T.

912 NW 13 St 377-7111 69.P) .
COED'i facial hair removed per SPECIAL
manently., Coll Edmund Dwyer _. T7ITJT7ITJIt
electrologlit over 20 years experience

Gay women get-together 6 P.M. Thur.
107 NW. 15th Terr. For Info. Call Jean
WEEK ONLY 392-1573 (j l-5t-70-c)

ruttio berlin london wont to travel four
Your track weeks fellow students foreign study "
leaaueJuly $1350 carl marilyn 378-7104 TYPESET
car tape player $12.95 joyce 373-3287 after 5 (-5t-70-p| ) tts"

cleaned& lubricated. Term Popersl Canada's largest Service. .rlr:
For catalogue send$2'to: Essay Services, COVERSPRINTED ,
57 Spodlna Avenue Suite 208, Toronto
SOUND DOCTORS Ont. Canada Also, campus representatives of t.."
required. Please write. ((1-359.70-| FREE ffgr **f4Itto.

a... Behind Sound City In front of Shoppe One P) : .lYt
lit Methodist' Church ii stating a collegeprogro" /
1251 NW fridoy ton 31 6:X dinner .0, 'lIIIt'f n.; "0
4th Ave. 377-8913 pm -"" I."IY.: .,.. 0, '0
discussion,crofts, ,
meet. people all ore we come great for way rides la FOR ALL THESES & oNiy :GA !Jy,o '/f/f' .1
call Korea 392-9603 (j-fr-71-p) ('
experience required. Excellent pay. 1l
Worldwide travel. Perfect "summer job DUPLICATED BY US 4
or career Send $3.00 for Information
SEAFAX Dept. E-10 P.O. Box 2049 Port
Angeles Washington 98362 (|6t-71-p)

Kim I met you at the Airport Fri. Night.I'd MINIMUM ORDER $20
like to see you again. Call Bill 378-
8235 (ti-2t-71-p i )


lOST; Cray jacket somewhere around
car wash on 13th it please if you find it 1632 West
FINEST IN COUNTRY ROCK return very imp connol be replaced University Ave.
reword toll pel.'ot 377-6876 (L-3T-O8-P)
lot calculator while hitchhiking jhur. In the Renaissance Fair 372-7436

Ilb.. Imported Ham & Swiss 1.35 night can't afford new one and need
detperetely for engineering ttudiei
REWARD colt 377-95U (l-5i-71-p)
Found: 1974 Mm State Graduation
Ring. Call Edward McDonald 378.1321
between 8 t 3 PM. /II.St-71-nc1.



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balance and do you ever 'save when you r ,

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F ( before signing else. J' -
papers anywhere .

Payroll deduction available for share and ;. ...: .. 'e. '1..f I.

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Ever since Bob Higginbotham
first settler in these parts built his
cabin just south of the present day
.. 4Ada courthouse, Gainesville's downtownarea
has been chock-full of interesting -
i if sometimes overlooked,

...... .. events.Take the two"Battles.. of Gainesville,

.. .. for- instance.
On February 2, 1864, a small
regiment of Union soldiers took over
the city for the day while ,the l local
p Confederate forces were off guard.
They set up headquarters where
q a Woolworth's now stands and

proceeded to help themselves to the
photos by john moron bales of cotton that were piled up at
I I the downtown train station. When the
local troops returned to town, later in
q the day,the skirmish began and endedat
.L. sundown with both sides retiring to
their camps. When the Confederates
I TiT ;:- -- -,,. lh: '- 'rteS woke up the next morning to renew the
--, r battle they discovered that the Union
M troops has packed up. and left. End of
round one.
r :_r_ a Later in the same year, on Aug.'14, a
much larger Union force invaded the
city in another attempt to gain controlof
the train station and the shipmentsof

cotton. The resulting battle ended
with the'smaller Confederate force
capturing 300 prisoners and driving

Kfx' the# remainder of the Union troops
Y' Hqel9t back to Jacksonville. The battle has
been 'credited with saving east and
south Florida for the Confederacy.
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I After the war, downtown Gainesville ,.. } itrllkfa'st i Man fri.
l : "A GOOD PLACe TO EAT"served
Las faced with fighting off another ,,_.,
ttacker buzzards. That's right.he -... so: 17.Nwik..10(m.1 8:300o: r
10: () a.m. .....,._I"N.I' I..k'
| birds used to perch on the .
U.S. ..
<; ,.;, INTRODUCING, OU land office, where the Post Office now t Including 4 dices meat, 2 slices of cheese
..t ." ", lettuce, tomato, olives 1 dressing of choice
tands, and feed on the garbage thatas l.

|/ tossed out in the streets. An .COLD SANDWICHES: ?IMNI,;;/.? ,a:.:, HOT SANDWICHES

ditorial from the Gainesville Cuban -'Hot or'Cold. :: . ..''. 1.15 Italian Meat Ball. . . 1.15
paper of .,. ..*. .
Italian Sub; j v- 1.30 Veal Pami1g1ano . f . 1.15
1886 said: Ham . . ., 1.00 1.15 Italian Sausage. . ". 1.15
Ham I Cheese '. . U10 1 1:20': Hot Roast Beef
I "They (the buzzards) make meals Genoa Salami .' . .' 1.00 ,1.20 (In Its own gravy). . . 1.15
Roast Pork . . 1.00 1.25
If fish heads and meat and are almosts Roast Beef . . 1.15 1.15 Bar-B-Q-Beef. -, . 1.00
f Ham Caplcolla . . 1.00 1.20
tame as the far-famed Charleston Turkey . . ,,95 1.20 Hot Pastrami. . .' '. ,? 1.15. 1.25
Bologn.\.. .80 .95 "
cavengersThe editorial went on to ..8S" ( ) ,I'.
Jokingly that hogs be allowedo Swiss Cheese (tomato). . .75 .95
uggest, NICK SPECIAL ; Hot Dog onion, mustard relish ,
i itreets. (roast beef. Swiss cheese Chill slaw kraut .
the streets and assist the .45
| roam cowsn tomato) '. . . 1.25
the town clean Tuna Salad . . .90 '1.15
keeping Shortly I Chicken Salad. . . .90 1.15
fterwards the city commissioners Egg Salad: . . .80 1.00 HOT PLATES
Bagels and cream cheese. "." .45 Spaghetti tomato sauce . 1.05
ecided to lay a two-dollar fine on Bagels with butter . . .30 Spaghetti meat balls . . 1.50
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SALADS Spaghetti Italian sausage. 1.65
Inyone who tossed in Baked 1.20'
garbage the Macaroni, Potato, Ravioli, -aChe s : . : : : : : 1.20
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I Slaw and, Tossed Salad 40 Veal Parmigiano/ or Zlta 1.65
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w/ meat 1.65
BEVERAGES Lasagana t
Eggplant . . . 1.45 I
Coke Sprite Tab, Root
-pHarmon Beer. .20 I .28 ;
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Murray Manlcottl'i nn 1.65
Fruit Punch. Lemonade Ice Tea .20 ( .28 Spanish bean .::Jday.
Milk. '. . .20 t .35 tossea saua Dread '.n' butter'scrved'wih
At about the same time, Gainesville Coffee k > . . .15 Hot Plates
DESSERTS 15< extra on dinners to -
was also being terrorized by a gang of Donuts Pastry. Eclair. . .15 .40 (go.Styrofoam contalnerslmayonnaue. )
murderers and robbers led by a fellow butter A'MASTERPIECE mustard lettuce OF CUBAN tomatoes AMERICAN pICkles and,ITALIAN dressIng SANDWICHES fREE ON kEQUt.Sr

named Harmon Murray. The Murray

gang roamed the north Florida area GOOD CHEAP FOOD"

and was said to have killed nearly 20

men who '.tried at different times to HOGTOWNGRANARY'

bring them in. In 1891 Harmon

Murray was shot by one of his co- I

mpanions and when his body arrivedin

Gainesville by train, a mob Gainesville's Community Food Cooperative

surrounded the station for a glimpse of

the man who had caused such com- 114 S. Main

motion. demand Harmon ,. .
By popular ,: "next to Le Papillion"

r Murray's body was embalmed and .
in the town 377-5186
placed on display squarefor ;

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JUdge Chester
Alligator Staff Writer the Chance. His ruling on
case was l to award Sanford $140 R'A

November rent, and a $75 deposit ,
"The couch cushions were in shreds, the "I felt like 1 deserved security" "
lot Sanford
bed ,mattresses were filthy. the toilet was said "But 1
got a month's
broken and the refrigerator. had roach free r t.MSANFORD'S e !
droppings In it," Sue Sanford said with reached for comment.LANDLORD could not be
disbelief in her voice.
Because of
cases like Sanford's.
The Florida Landlord-Tenant Rights Act of time spent in court amount
on landlord-tenant
helped this student get her money back when cases has,greatly increased.

her landlord would not rectify her complaintsin This is due mainly to the number of tenants
a reasonable amount of time. bringing! suit to regain their
security deposits,
SANFORD IS A freshman at Santa Fe said Marion Tomlmson.
Community College and lived at this apartment civil claims. supervisor of county

only one month. THE LAW REQUIRES landlords
After moving into the apartment she wrote notify
tenants by certified mail within 15 days after
her landlord a letter describing her com the tenant vacates of withheld
any 'money
plaints and giving half a month to correct the from the security deposit for damagesto the
before she withheld her
problems rent. apartment Tomlinson said.
In talking with her landlord Sanford was If the landlord does not notify the tenant,
offered certain options, such as getting but withholds money for damages, the tenant
mattress pads instead of replacing her two may take the landlord to court for the full
beds,or replacing one bed and getting one amount of the security deposit.The .

mattress pad.SANFORD. reason so many of these occur i b
SAID SHE couldn't accept the because the landlords are unaware that they 4 1 Y
landlord's terms so he wrote out an eviction must give notice to the tenant if they withhold
notice. money for damages Tomlinson said.
Sanford said "I didn't want to move out, I THE LANDLORD-TENANT act'went into
let him bring me to court.." effect July 1, 1973. u-
After obtaining an attorney and trying In April, 1973, before the law went into graphics by st.vs prockothe

without success to settle out of court, Sanford effect, 39 landlord-tenant cases were filed in or part of a contract void if it is un apartment.
moved out of her apartment and told her the county clerks office.In conscionable."IF JUDGE CROSS MET with Abramson and

attorney to go to court.; Dec., 1974 50 cases were filed, 14 of THE LORD doesn't smile on such a the landlady in mid-October to make a
SANFORD'S LANDLORD now informedher them concerned with security deposits. thing, or it shocks the conscience of the judge, judgment.
of$20 damage which he would take out BEFORE THE LAW there were no security he can declare that portion of the whole Cross judged in favor of Abramson, who
of her security deposit.On deposit cases because the tenants had no contract void" said Cross. received $62.50 half month's rent, $50
Jan. 28, Sanford and her landlord went rights concerning security deposits, said Robert Martin Abramson, 3LW, had' to security deposit and $10 filing fee.
omlinson.I take his landlord to court In September 1974. Cross ruled that the landlady broke the
One source students with landlord Last quarter Abramson and his wife owneda lease by changing the locks on the doors,
problems can go to for help is Carl B. Opp, piano. The tenant above them constantly which kept the Abramsons from cleaning up
supervisor of off-campus housing. complained about the piano playing no the apartment. Therefore, the charges for
Opp talks with the students and their matter when it occureed. having the apartment cleaned didn't apply.
landlords to determine if there is a misun THE LANDLADY finally told Abramson if THE LANDLADY claimed wooden shelves
derstanding between them and to get the there were any more complaints, she would were damaged and that the apartment! had
facts. have them evicted. been painted. Abramson said in his opinion,
TWO OR THREE cases which go through Because, of this, Abramson decided to move the damages charges were unfounded.
4 Opp's office go to court, he said. o'Wc paid our rent through August 31 According to attorney Nath Doughtie
He said it was his experience that students but moved out early in the month," "One of the best things about it (the landlord-
usually take the landlord to court. Abramson said. tenant law)is it's made the courts available to
Landlords would rather settle out of court When Abramson and his wife reti'- J to the individual tenants."

because a case is not financially feasible, Opp clean up the apartment in mid-August, the Doughtie pointed out that a lease may
said. locks on all the doors had been changed. stipulate a tenant pay attorney fees in the
THE ONE POINT which worries Opp is ABRAMSON WROTE the landlady a event of a court case if the landlord wins.
that tenants must notify the landlord seven letter saying this was illegal because they had
However, the lease didn't
days before vacating. If they fail! to do thisthey paid their rent for the whole month of August, say'anything
about the landlord
lose their security deposit. Opp said that and should be allowed entrance for.the whole the paying tenant's court costsif .,
tenant said.
won Doughtie
most students don't know this and break the month.
lease without being aware of the facts. When Abramson received no response from The landlord-tenant law changed this, said
Judge J. Emory Cross who ruled on thistype the landlady, he filed a suit to get August'srent Doughtie.
of case after the law went into effect, saidthat back and his security deposit.The Since the law went into effect, if a tenant
the interpretation of the law was left up landlady countersued for more than wins a court case against his landlord, the
ROBERT MARTIN ABRAMSON to the individual judge. $300 for damages to the apartment. This sum judge has the power to rule that the landlord
.wins tenant suit Cross said the judge can rule any contract included the cost of hiring someone to clean must pay the tenant's court costs.


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By ANDY COHEN THAT SOLID team is currently 9-7 on the
Alligator Sports Writer, year and suffering from the absence of three
veteran performers who have moved on to
The Gators will begin an all-out war this the pro ranks.
afternoon at 2 p.m. as "F troop" invades Center Mike Moore compliments the "F
Alligator Alley and Coach John Lotz has no troop" as the 6.7 junior has been coming on
thoughts about waving a white flag. of late.
The "F troop" is three-fifths of Van. "They are one of the smarter teams in the THE BASKETBALL MAN AND THE MAYOR
derbilt's starting lineup and so far this season nation." said Lotz talking about a Vanderbiltteam John Lotz accepts Neil Butler's'Basketball Appreciation Day' proclamationLotz
they have given most opponents all they can that lost by one point to Kentucky last
handle. Monday night.
JUNIOR FORWARD Jeff Fosnes leads the "THEY HAVE a very patient offense and insists that the team's mark isn't and Blue in scoring as the Ohio native is
troop as he's currently averaging 23.5 points a have good-shot selection. We're aware than representative of its caliber of play. pumping in 15.5 points a game followed
game followed,by guard Buth Feher. who is they're no weak teams in this league so we'll THE GATOR coach refused to announce closely by Norman Caldwell and Mike
coscoring at a 20.4 clip. have to play our best, to win." the starting lineup for the Vanderbilt game, Ledermen each averaging around 1 12 points a
The Gators came close to their best in a 73- only saying."We'll make a decision on it right game.
"I Joe Ford completes the famed batalion 67 defeat to Alabama Monday night. In that before game time."
averaging 13.2 points a game. game the Gators battled the ninth ranked Lotz did admit that freshman center Larry THE FRUSTRATION of losing so many
( "They all have played together for three Crimson Tide the whole way only to falter Brewster has done "an excellent.job" in the close games to powerful teams hasn't caughtup
years now and they are the nucleus of a solid near the end. last few games. to Lotz and he feels the same about his
I team" voiced ,Lotz. The loss lowered UF's record to 7.11 but Gene Shy is currently leading the Orange team.

r4 u ua Vol conquerors hit the roadBy

KICK; AIJELMAIN; Millrose is the most prestigious indoor AFTER A 600 yard win,against the Vols.
Alligator Staff Writer meet in the country" said Carnes. "Eighteen sophomore'Wimpy Alexander tries for two ina
thousand people show up to this thing. You row in the 500 yard run.
Spirits run high and confidence abounds have to be invited and that's a great honor." Alexander Brown and Tuitt will also
A'it bin the UF track.team these days althoughthat Six hundred yard entry Beaufort Brown comprise the. mile relay squad along with
shouldn't come as much of a surprise after failing to defend his 1973 NCAA 600 Mitch Goings. ,
Th after the way the Gators put the screws to the yard championship, is running with a Meanwhile the Mobile bound Gators are
Tennessee Volunteers last Saturday. vengeance* taking advantage of a "limited opportunity"
I The 75-47 triumph over the defending SEC SO FAR, he's undefeated with 440 victoriesat according to assistant coach Roy Benson.
and NCAA champions was "probably. the the Senior Bowl and Tennessee in additionto "WE'RE SENDING our more inex-
greatest dual meet win in 10 years" accordingto a 600 yard win at the CTO Invitational.In perienced runners up there because the
the head coach Jimmy Carnes."I the 880 Horace Tuitt will get another opportunities to run indoors in the Southeastare
,ya4A' THINK we've proved that head to headwe shot at world record holder Rick Wohlhuter. limited" said Benson. -
4 .ix .. of the best teams in the Wohluter dealt the Trinidad native his only
1 a are one country "They also don't keep a team score so that
said Carnes. loss oC the season at the CYO meet but since takes a lot of the pressure off," added Benson
"I'll tell you, Monday's practice had to be then. Tuitt has chalked up wins at both the "But the competition is still very tough."
one of the highlights of all time" continued Senior Bowl and Tennessee.
Carnes. "Everyone was enthusiastic and readyto EIGHTEEN-YEAR-OLD Mike Sharpe, Auburn standout Cliff Outlin heads a 60
t go without any pjodding from the coaches.It who is scheduled for the 60 yard dash, has yard dash field that includes Gator Willie
4 was the atmosphere of a championship made firm believers out of the OF track staff. Wilder
:' His 60 yard victory the Senior Bowl
team .
Slated for the hurdles will be the 1973 SEC
But the Gators won't have the chance to surprising but it wasn't anything compared to champ in that event. Hesley Bostic while Steve
prove they are the best until Feb. 28, when the his performance against Tennessee when he Gomez a winner at Tennessee in
SEC championships take place. captured both the 60 and the triple jump. the 1,000 yard run. competes
THIS WEEKEND, Carnes sends a skeleton Sharpe will be taking on two of the world's
photo by kochoni
george jr. squad to the Coliseum Indoor at Mon top dash men in Californian Steve Williamsand Other Gator entries include pole vaulter
BEAUFORT BROWN tgomery Ala., while five of his ,top athletes one hundred yard world: record holder Will Freeman highjumper Steve Ott and 600
undefeated this season travel to New York for the Millrose Games. Ivory Crockett. man Noel Gray.

I; Kentucky provides test for unbeaten wrestlersBy

By CHRIS GARRITY Jimmy at 126. and Joe at 167. .
Alligator Sports WriterIt Jimmy a freshman this year represented the 1972 Olympic
will be more than a wrestling meet tonight when the UF team at Munich in the 114.5 weight class and has compiled: a
grapplers host powerful Kentucky at Alligator Alley at 7:30: 21-0 mark in duel meets so far this season. Carr will wrestle -;.
risking their 29 matchwinning streak. freshman Vic: Holloway. who's been impressive himself.r :, y
The match will not only be a test to see who has the best CARR'S BROTHER Joe likewise has recorded a 21.0 duel "f
wrestling team in the Southeastern Conference (SEC), but meet Word. Joe will tangle with Gator freshman John Orr. s ,
which team has the most outstanding individuals and will Junior Joe Russo will fill Granowitz's shoes at 142. Bob i
have the best chance of taking the SEC's next month. Roberts will wrestle Garrett Headly at 118, freshman Mike
"TillS WILL definitely be our toughest match of the year Collins will tangle with Kentucky's Kurt Mock also a fresh. r
especially since we'll have two starters out." said Head Coach man for UF. .
Gary Schneider Bob' Saville. a sophomore, from Atlanta, nicknamed
The two starters out for UF are Artie Haberman, 126- "Georgia Boy" by his teammates will grapple with Joe A, 'e' ,
pounder. who's been ineligible sincelast quarter and Tim Murray, in the 150 pound class. Gator senior Jeff Davis'will w: t
Granowitz. a junior who's been undefeated in duel meets this square off with Scott Crowell at 158. while Tim Worosowitz.
year and who has placed first and second in the SEC's in his undefeated in dual meets this year will meet the Wildcat's 4 A ; o
first two years at UFo Mike Cassity., .MHO t
"We'll have to pull up the slack against Kentucky where in Co-captain Henry Jackson will wrestle against Kentucky's:
j ;' previous matches we could have been a little more relaxed." Brian Wilson at 190, before heavyweight sophomore Mark
r Schneider said. "Each kid has to do his best not only winning Totten goes against Pat Donley. Both heavyweights Are from .
w his match but working for a fall." the first year coach con- Ohio and Donley beat Totten twice last year in close matches.'
tinued. "Henry is looking better than, ever and I can't forsee
1 KENTUCKY LIKE UF has a lot of depth and is strong in anyone' getting in his way through the NCAA's."he said.
f every weight class. "And Mark if he wrestles like he did against Tennessee JOE RUSS

Leading the way for the Wildcats will be the Carr brothers: last week can 'in at heavyweight." Schneider added. .fills G' Itz'>I shotsThe


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I Grappler Roberts had 'scare ofBy life' Auburn i

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Alligator Sports Writer wIth dehydration and proceeded to give the grappler some salt pills Roberts to wrestle and Adams said he thought Bobby
water. shouldn't but the determined grappler just had to.

UF's U8 pound wrestler Bob Roberts had the scare of his had According to Adams, Roberts was "dehydrated because he Worn-out he went against a tough opponent from,Tennessee -
life in'Auburn Ala., last Friday. other losing a lot of weight and had lost all of his salt and and took him down before dropping a 6-4 decision."I .

After a short workout, Bobby and some of his teammates So Adams body minerals. spent all my energy on that takedown." he said after the
headed for the steamroom to relax and sweat off a couple of Sanders along with Assistant Wrestling' Coach Chet match.
pounds before Saturday morning's weigh-in. took Roberts to the Auburn infirmary where the Schneider and Sanders, along with Robert's teammates all

WHILE IN.the steamroom. Robert's arms began to tingle grappler ROBERTS!) was fed intraveneously a'saline solution. agreed that the 118-pounder wrestled "a gutsy match."

and became partially numb. He quickly left and had wrestling QUICKLY responded to the treatment and ROBERTS, DEFENDING Southeastern Conference
trainer Ron Adams check him over returned to the Gators' motel that night. Champion (SEC)at 118. has been having trouble keeping his
The Palmetto graduate was scheduled to wrestle at 118 but down the whole .
The tingling spread to Robert's legs and the Miami native had weight year.He's
to at 126.
started to worry. Then came the part that Roberts said go been wrestling at 118 for four years and says this year
freaked him out. "It was the most scary thing that ever happened to me- it has been the toughest he has had in making weight."I .
was really a shock," Roberts said. didn't make weight at the Southern Open earlier this
started to and curl The
His arms cramp up.
his fingers and they curled up too. cramps spreadto He was completely drained for Saturday's match. against season and K knew then it would be a hard year" Roberts
Tennessee but wanted to wrestle bad..
ADAMS QUICKLY diagnosed the situation said."I've
as HEAD WRESTLING COACII Gary Schneider didn't wantLADY always been able to make weight and when I didn't at

the Southern I was really disappointed," he added.

I GATORS SPORTS ACTION ASIDE FROM THE fact that Roberts has been having
problems with weight a problem which many wrestlers
have-he still has managed to compile a 9-0 mark at 118 this
By Alligator Services Halfacre said that if there were an edge in this rivalry year, including a first-place finish in the Sunshine Open. .
between the Gators and the Hurricanes, it had to go to the The frightening experience brought back memories of last
Undefeated in dual meet competition since 1971, the UFwomen's Gators.
year when Roberts had another scary thing happen to him.
swim team faces its toughest test Saturday against a "It's our pool and our home crowd," said the coach. "My eye was bothering me and I went to the doctor to see
of Miami
University powerhouse. what was wrong. When the doctor told me I had skin canceron K
The Lady Gators, ranked eighth in the nation, will be
of I became scared, but it's
the bottom
THE UF GYMNASTICS TEAM heads into a busy my eyelid really
lacing the second ranked Hurricanes in Florida Pool at 1 I la.m. "
HAS six All-American weekend as they travel to Georgia for double dual meets on alright now, he continued.
MIAMI swimmers .
including 1972 Friday and Saturday. Roberts said he got the cancer from being out in the sun too
Olympian Jenny Bartz and Nina Maclnnis, a member of the
Friday the Lady Gators will be in Athens Ga., matchingskills much.
1973 World Championship Swimming Team which traveledto
against the University of Georgia and Furman at 7 p.m.
SATURDAY the women face Georgia College and Auburnin
The Gators match 3-0 dual meet records with Miami for McGriff Parker
Milledgeville at 1 p.m. ,
season. Lady Gator coach Sandy Philips said she was looking
"There's absolutely no doubt about it, said Lady Gator
forward to a good meet both days.
coach Sue Halfacre, "It's be signed by Dallas
going to a tight meet.
"We have been working very hard, and I am so pleasedwith
IIALFACRE SAID that Miami's 200 and 400 freestylers our progression," Philips said.
average about six seconds faster than UF but she quickly UF football standouts Lee McGriff, a wide receiver, and
explained that other factors should be equalizers. THE UF WOMEN'S basketball team travels to St. Augustinethis Paul Parker, an offensive tackle, signed contracts
"I 1 expect a few national records to be broken, particularly weekend to play in the three-day Flagler Invitational. Thursday with the National Football League Dallas

in the relays." said the coach as she laughed, adding that she Eight teams, divided into two groups, will be trying for first Cowboys.
expects the Lady Gators to break them. place honors in the round-robin tournament. Neither player was- drafted but both received bonuses for

The Hurricanes will be in Indian River Friday night "We're going to be facing some stiff competition," said signing.
swimming a meet with Indian River Community College. Lady Gator coach Paula Welch. "I feel as if we have really The Cowboys now have three Gators from last year's
"THIS MIGHT mean that they (Miami)will be tired," said come a long way since our season began, and I expect us to do squad, which includes offensive guard Burton .Lawless,
halt acre. well." she added. drafted in the second round.


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