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Regents look: 'of admissions and dorm rate hike ;-::1:1t I


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By KAREN MEYER ',' proposal giving UF authority to increase or out of state, and delay the education of ':'
Alligator Staff Writer rental rates for student housing effective July students in certain programs in which \
.;J for married students and fall quarter for beginning-level courses are not available at
The Board of Regents is meeting this ,>eaf single students. junior colleges.
morning in Orlando to consider recommendations .f.; UF Director of Housing James Hennessey THE REGENTS staff estimated that '.,
from the finance committee: >.' }said it would amount to "about an 8 per cent eliminating freshmen at USF and FTU would .
including one to lift the statewide freeze on '\''' increase across the board." save $5 million next year, with sophomores
admissions to. all except entering freshmen.The Single student housing would increase eliminated the following year for additional ".
regents are also considering a facilities { : about $20 per quarter for .air conditioned, savings.
committee proposal that UF raise its student spaces, $10 per quarter for non-air con- \
housing rental rates to help meet rising /.t ditioned spaces Hennessey said. Because any action of such import falls ,
electricity and utilities costs. MARRIED STUDENTS would be paying under the Florida Administrative Procedures "
A controversial proposal to eliminate fresh about $5 more a month with special ad- Act, the regents are not expected to decide
men and sophomores at the University of sb justments for McGuire Village residents.The whether to approve the proposal until their
South Florida and Florida Technological a? proposal to eliminate .lower division at March 3 meeting.
University is also being considered. USF and FTU met with opposition from USF
THESE AND other measures suggested by President Cecil Mackey, who said it would Regents are also considering adopting a
the finance committee are designed to cut cost nearly 300 USF faculty and staff budget plan that would cut next year's faculty
back spending and to ensure that the 1975.76 I*.;> members their jobs. positions by 2.5 per cent systemwide and shift
legislative budget request will be no higher Mackey also said the proposal would money budgeted for books, classroom,
than this year's. JAMES HENNESSEY discriminate against poor students who could laboratory and maintenance equipment to
The regents are expected to act on a sees eight percent rate increase not afford to move to Gainesville, Tallahassee pay for rising utilities costs.



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67, NO. 73Court

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I delivers first cheating verdict I IBy


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STUART EMMRICH this week, Petersen said the action was takenon Friday. removed by the University Police Depart-
Alligator Staff Writer Friday because "the student's mother was ALLIGATOR EDITOR David Smith ment, if he did not leave the area voluntarily.
critically ill." argued before the BOM that the proceedings Marmish explained the son of a UF ad-
The UF Honor Court has recommended a Petersen said the suspension would be should be opened up to "ensure fairness of ministrator was inside confessing and would
student involved in the College of Business effective immediately if it is accepted by the hearings and to ensure the rights of the ac- be recognized when he came out.
Administration cheating scandal be Office of Student Affairs. Arthur Sandeen, cused are not violated." Marmish said "I 1 was told to protect the "
suspended for three quarters.The UF vice president for student affairs' was not The BOM, meeting in an emergency individual," but when asked who told him to
action taken Friday by the Honor available for comment Sunday 'afternoon. 'session with only two members present, protect the student Marmish explained, "I'm
Court was the first verdict passed in the THE NAME OF THE STUDENT denied the request on the grounds that the UF told to protect every individual involved."' '
cheating. investigation. The student. pleaded suspended, like all of the students involved. Student Body Constitution "expressly MARMISH SAID UF Atty.Tom Biggs had
guilty. the Honor Court investigation is being keptconfidential prohibits the disclosure of the identitiy of the advised him that he could have a reporter
PYRON PETERSEN, Honor Court: chief in accordance with a Board of accused" student. removed from the area if "it inhibits the
defense counsel, said he thought the penaltywas Regents policy mandating the secrecy of all The action by the BOM came.a day after an. business operation of the Honor Court,,"
fair, but refused to discuss whether the Honor Court proceedings.All Alligator reporter was threatened with arrest Biggs was contact at his home Sunday but
student was involved in the buying or sellingof trials and summary hearings arc closedto for standing in the hallway outside the'UF refused to talk to an Alligator reporter about
'final exams,or if he was near the? top of the the press and public.A Honor Court while confessions were going on the statement by Marmish.
alleged "cheating ring." request by the Alligator to have the inside.
Although Honor Court officials had said hearings and trials opened to the public was HONOR COURT ATTY. GEN. Paul (See 'Verdict' page five)
they didn't expect to pass any sentences until denied by the Board of Masters (BOM) Marmish said he would have the reporter
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RON CUNNINGHAM With the investigation becoming I in-

Alligator Associate Editor creasingly more extensive, and involving a
growing number of.people, Harris has said r
Because of the growing scope of the .investigation changes are being made in the Honor Court
into widespread cheating in the itself to insure that the process does not
College of Business Administration, Honor depend on ope or two key olficials. k
Court otlicials now .predict it will probably "EVERY TIME 1 look there is more and *
extend into next quarter. more evidence. I am convinced now that it .
The investigation has also turned up incidents (the cheating) has stopped, but I still at this
of cheating outside the business stage.do not know how wide spread it was," y
college Honor Court Chancellor Robert Marmish said. x i P t
"Given the way the system is functioning. I f
don't know how far it will go or how many,
[A close look] people will come in." he said. 4 4 4
The Honor Court officials have also become .$
concerned oxer the possibility of the ads
Harris said Friday morning ministration stepping in and taking met the
... "IT HAS GONE beyond the Business i investigation and instituting its own
College it has saturated the entire university disciplinary actions.
." Harris said. He declined however to go "WE CAN'T turn this over to the ad- photo by george kochamec jr.
. into detail about specific instances. ministration for two ''reasons:' Harris said..
Honor Court Attorne General: Paul "One is that they w ill'probably get only halt ot Tee timeWill
Marmish disagreed with Harris evaluation\ of et might get. and the other is they will
the extent of the cheating.He .)wprobably burn the students badlj" '"
did admit,'howe>'er, that he had in his Marmish added.it the administration took (
possession at least one'test that had been she ever get out of.the sand trap? Augustine Beach Sunday. as did throngsof

obtained tor a course outside. the. college. of '. (See "'Investigation' page give' Probably'' not, but that's' no problem .as others. in the bright .. 80-degree heat."H .
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Shah monday r AUAN J. GENGlER
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YORK(UPU) The Shah of Iran WASHINGTON (UPI A bipartisan .
said Sunday any future oil embargo would coalition of 14 members of the Joint

not result in economic strangulaion of the Economic Committee of Congress urged y
industrialized countries because "many" President Ford Sunday to delay imposing

oil-producing nations would not join in it. higher oil import fees.
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey D-Minn.,

In an interview on CBS News' "60 1 chairman of the committee said the to CongressWASHINGTON

Minutes," the Shah also said that the members also called on the President to

world would get used to the newly establish an energy policy task force to

acquired financial power of the oil. develop "a mutually agreeable energy
producing nations. policy 'upon which prompt congressionalaction
UPI! President Ford
might be taken.. ( )- sent Congress hu

The session was taped in St. Moritz Ford implemented the first SI of his $349 billion 1976 budget Monday warning that its peacetime
crude oil record of $52 record billion in deficit spending cannot bt
Switerzerland where the Shah and his price-raising $3-per-barrel "
avoided "in times like these.
family were vacationing.Any import tax Saturday as Congress worked
op legislation to nullify the increase and The budget faced certain opposition from conservative!

future oil embargo, the Shah said } delay any import oil tax for 90 days. dismayed by the red-ink spending liberals angered I b,

"Could not be strangulation of the West k The group urged Ford .to delay ad. proposed slashes in welfare spending and Democrats alread;.
because many countries will not participate ditional ;Increases in the oil import fee to fighting some of its key energy and economic provisions.
"additional time to address REP. AL Oilman D-Ore., chairman of the taxwritinWays
in the embargo. First of all, I know give Congree
my country we will not." your energy proposals in an informed and tit Means Committee said Sunday it was "highl)
responsible way." doubtfu Congress would approve many of Ford's propose

The Shah did not say why any embargo In a letter-to the President the group welfare 'tbacks. on the one hand or his increased defens;

might be reinstituted.He urged that the Task Force on Energy be expendit: ts; on the other.
:
made up of representatives from the Ullmai was interviewed on NBC-TV's "Meet the Press:
predicted Venezuela, Nigeria and administration and a bipartisan group of He disciused that about $6 billion of Ford's proposed $1

Indonesia as well as Iran would not joinan House and Senate members selected by billion in spending cuts would affect welfare programs. H

embargo. Democratic and Republican leaders. also indicated Ford might be seeking up to Sil 1 billion mor
than last year for defense with virtually no chance of gettin

it.ANTICIPATING
controversy Ford gave newsmen a brie
preview of his budget Saturday describing it as "a bi

budget calling for expendiures of $349 billion almost J 51

I Indian to end billion a day."
seige He said spending inthe 1976 fiscal year beginning July I

would.exceed revenues by about $52 billion a deficit exceeded ;
only by the $54.9 billion of 1943 and an 11 per cen

GRESHAM. Wis. (UPI)- A group of armed Inddans who occupying Indians who call themselves the Menommee increase over the $313.4 that will be spent by the end of th

have occupied an abbey in this Northern Wisconsin hamlet Warrior Society and the Alexian brothers a Roman Catholic fiscal year.
lor more than a month agreed Sunday to leave. The settlement order which, owns the 64-room building formerly used as a But Ford'warned the 1976 deficit could jump another $1
was announced day after a show of force by National novitiate. billion to almost $70 billion if Congress does not accept all hi

Guard troops.An TilE INDIANS were not expected to vacate the building proposed spending cuts many of them in Social Securit
agreement was signed about noon Sunday between the until Monday Artley Skennadorc an Indian mediator who Medicare and other welfare programs.

announced the settlement to newsmen said. AND FORD, a lifelong conservative and proponent 0
Florida man kidnaped The agreement negotiated Sunday calls for title to the balanced budgets said the deficit spending is now necessa)
estate to be turned over to the Menominee tribe Feb. 22 the to revitalize the sagging economy.

DEST1N. Fla. (UPI) Two gunmen invaded the beach date the tribe is restored to reservation status.. "We must recognize that in times like these it is good
home of a savings and loan association manager about The price for the facility was "$1 and future considerations national policy both to provide financial support to those
midnight Saturday tied up his woman friend and kidnapedthe ," Skennadore said. The Alexians had orginallysaid unemployed and to introduce a measured amount of additional !,

man for ransom an FBI spokesman said Sunday. they would se 11 the building and grounds for $750,000. stimulus into the private economy by a tax reduction .
"There has been a demand for ransom and we are in the INCLUDED IN the agreement was a clause that the Indians ," Ford said.
'negotiation stage right now," an FBI spokesman said. must show a good faith effort the reimburse the Alexian He appealed to Congress to "walk that extra mile with me"

The gunmen fled in a car belonging to their hostage Sidney brothers. by approving both his new budget and his proposed spending
Jones Ogletree. 42 but the auto was found abandoned a few The occupation of the Abbey began New Year's Day. The cut.

hundred yards' away the FBI said. area was immediately sealed off by law enforcement officials Although the size of the budget would suggest spending
THe FBI said the kidnaping occurred while other friends of who were; late relieved by National Guardmen. Occasional increases in most major categories. Ford said most of the

Ogletree were on the beach just outside the house but they gunfire was reported. deficit would be created by decreased federal tax revenues
were unaware of it until they returned to the house and found During the drawn-out occupation area whites accused and sharp increases in spending for unemployment benefits.:

the woman bound and gagged a few minutes after the in officials of "coddling" the Indians and threatened several He said there were no new spending programs involved exceptin
cident. times to march to the novitiate and evict the occupiers. the energy conservation field.GRAND .

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ss.1 ,afternoon and told them he would not join
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them in asking for the hearings.
HOWEVER, MARSTON added "I 1, haveno
objection to it."

Dale Stratford CSEF president, gave
Marston a letter at the Friday meeting,
stating the employes' concern with the
possibility 'of layoffs at"-UF.
Marston said it was impossible for him to
be responsible for rumors spread by other
sources about layoffs but added the central
IMAGES CHARLIE administration had never said there would be

layoffs."I x z, ,
r < CHAPLIN'SFirst CANNOT STOP rumors," he said "I
assure you there'are going to be rumors next
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g Marston authorized the transfer of funds
Wednesday from the J. Hillis Miller Health c
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Center and the Institute of Food and

+1 Agricultural Sciences budgets to make up an DALE STRATFORD
5800,000 deficit in the budgets of the other
.employe leader
UF colleges. .
He received approval from the Board of "IF THERE ARE ways,we can save funds 1
with Regents for the transfer Friday."I would certainly like to know those," Marston
Jackie Cooganand believe with this flexibility we can get replied, "it would sure be nice to. find some
through to the first of July," Marston said, alternatives."
.. "I'm not going to fire people." Stratford also asked Marston for a public
stunning p'ychologlcalsu'P.nse thriller and portrait ofschizophrenia THE IDLE THE BUDGET FOR 1975.76 will be apology for the statement of Phylis Durell,
and sexual hysteria. A devastating portrayalof CLASSA constructed by July 1 1. After that date "that is Marston's assistant.At .
encroaching madness, mode In Ireland where the
confusion and action take place. A woman ridden by guilt Rare Chaplin Short a whole new ball game," Marston said. "The a demonstration by the CSEF in front of
about a post love affair confuses the living with the dead. with Edna Purviance: general assumption is that it's going to be a Tigert Hall Thursday, Druell said, "It's a
A recently killed Frenchmanone( of her ex-lovers) keeps tight year." pretty motley looking crew, isn't it?" referringto
popping up In the most unlikely places at the wont times.A TUES. FEB. 4 This year, "the university is going'to carry the demonstrators."I .
suspenseful story of both lust and blood. out its commitments," he 'said. do not believe if I had been there, I
7:00 ; 9:30 "We are not convinced there aren't un would have made such a statement," Marston
,MON., FEB. 3 7:00; 9:30 2ND FLOOR AUD. necessary funds being spent," Stratford said. said, "I'm ,sure I would not."
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NEW PATHS FORSELFDISCOVERY an rbc films presentation_ I Drug theft involves three I



LA DOLCE VITA I Three UF freshmen- have been referred to marijuana and ran away with it, Shuler said.A .
the Office of Student Conduct for their involvement witness to the theft reported the incidentto
in a theft set up by a fake drug UPD after the victim was "roughed up and
purchase, according to University Depart. threatened," Shuler said.
ment (UPD) Information Officer Jim Shuler. Officers apprehended the thieves in their
Shuler,said two residents of Yon Hall faked rooms and recovered the locker and its
'j arrangements to buy marijuana from a North contents, Shuler said.
Hall resident. SHULER SAID no arrests were made
THE STAGED PURCHASE was in- because possession of the drugs could not be
A series of informal lecture-discussions terrupted by a third Yon Hall resident who proven, and the North Hall resident refused to
on various topics concerning personal ,t--.. grabbed a footlocker containing the press charges for the theft of his locker.
growth and development.

DEVELOPING AND ENJOYING YOUR OWN
CREATIVITY Sears arrested for campus thefts I

Steve Heyman, M.A., Psychology Intern

Wed., Feb. 5.7:30-9:30 p.m. The arrest of an 18-year-old Santa Fe and address of an accomplice in the bike
Lounges 122* 123JWRU Community College student by ,University theft.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ." Police Department (UPD) has led to the UPD Investigator K. W Overstreet went to
Sponsored by the J.Wayne Reitz -- recovery of more than $600 worth of property the address to question the accomplice, but
Union and Student Mental Health stolen during recent autobreak-ins on campus the youth escaped through a rear exit, Shuler
according to UPD Information Officer Jim .
...........................I Shuler. said.A SEARCH OF THE PREMISES ,
La Dolce Vita Is a long and episodic uncovered
CREATIVE COOKERY J portrait of Rome a corrupt, dark Jeffrey Leroy Sears 307 SW 16th Avenue, the cache of stolen goods Shuler said. ,
I glamourous and ugly place seen was arrested Wednesday night according to Shuler said Sears and his accomplice may \
WORKSHOP 2 through the eyes of Marcello (Marcello Shuler and charged with the theft of a ten* have been involved in as many as 13 auto
i Featuring the preparation of Mastrolanni), a cynical journalist. Uk.ConN'lnfemo speed bike.SHULER. larcenies on campus: All of the cars exceptone
SAUERBRATEN, J It takes us on a journey SAID Sears revealed, the name were Volkswagons. I
Into the depths of hell. The film markedthe
(marinated beef roost In sweet and sour g
culmination of a tendency found

sauce) by Morion Freund. .2" merging throughout of earlier n realism Fellinl, with films:poetic, the, Dorm robber escapes from UPD 'II

symbolic and non-naturalistic qualities. It
Wed.,Feb.5. 7:30p.m. '
Reservations required. Call 3921655, I I is Fellini's best A nineteen-year-old UF student was.robbedin shirt and dark brown pants and having

9i30-4:30( : to hold a seat. I her dorm room Sunday morning, accordingto medium length light brown hair, was found
WED., FEB.: 5 6:30 9:30
Enrollment! limited, so hurry and make 2nd FLOOR AUD.: ; 50c University Police Department (UPD) holding Bittner's wallet. Shuler said.
reservations soon. I Information Officer Jim Shuler. The thief pushed Bittner against a wall and

.N.........1...........U!.titl I Patrice Bittner of Broward Hall reportedshe tied into the hall', Shuler said.
--------'.- found a white male in her room ,about Another, white male joined ,the thief near
2:45 a.m.. Shuler said., the second floor 'study lounge and the pair
12 The subject described as; being between 19and22ears escaped., .
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SOUND DOCTORS
By" JANET PARK Under the plan County Administrator Howard Weston is Behind Sound City In front of Shoppe One
Alligator Staff Writer responsible for departments under him using an employe
recruitment list. 1251 NW 4th Ave. 377-8913
The Alachua County affirmative action plan soon will be This list will be furnished by the newly-created personnel
aided by a centralized personnel office, according to Milton office, which will select persons qualified to hold county
Baker, acting business manager for the county commission. positions and let departments make their' selections from this Instruments
Texas
Baker did not know when the office would be staffed'or list.
when the staff would begin work. electronic calculators
"The system for county hiring is now done by individual
departments," Baker said. "We're in the process of trying to

set UNDER up this THE office.county's" affirmative action plan, there' are ''Operation Life' : SR-10)

certain "target areas" for hiring, he said. The centralized _
office will have certain goals for, hiring women and minority $59.95SR11

workers.The plan, adopted Nov. 12, by the commission, calls for a tickets for bikersStrick
woman or minority worker to be hired for one of every two
vacant positions in the county. laws the University rrru
enforcement of bicycle safety by
ACCORDING to Federal Aid Coordinator Dale Mc. :u:cs
Police Department (UPD) began Saturday.
Pherson no new positions will be created to employ more "
"Operation Life, a bike safety program sponsored jointlyby '
minorities. The natural turnover rate will enough $67.95 -
open the Gainesville Police Department, the Alachua County
positions to correct inequities in percentages of women and
Sheriffs Department and UPD. will mean traffic tickets for
minority workers as compared to white males. .
cyclists violating traffic regulations.The
program, according to UPD Chief Audie Shuler, is SR-50
J. Geils Band cancels designed "to take protective measures" to prevent bike
issue tickets.
related accidents not simply to
Tickets will be issued for the following violations: $119.95NEW
scheduled concertThe .Running a stop light or stop sign;
.Not utilizing existing bike paths;
J. Geils Band concert scheduled for last night was .Traveling the wrong'way on a one way street; LOW PRICESAbove
canceled because of a band menber's illness. .Driving against the flow of traffic on the left side of the
Steve Block, who is in charge of Student Government road.
Productions, said SG. received a telegram Saturday to tell Speeding tickets will not be issued.
them Seth Justman, the band's organist, has an upper There has not been a bike.related traffic death on campus, Prices Are Below List
respiratory disease, and that the concert must be canceled. according to UPD Information Officer Jim Shuler, but 48
The University Box Office in Constans Theater will refund people were injured in accidents in 1974. FLORIDA BOOKSTORE
tickets beginning Wednesday at noon. Shuler said two bicycle accidents resulting in injuries
"It is very possible they will be rescheduled. We just don't occured during the week ending Feb. 1, one on the main 1614 WJJniuers'rty Ave.
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Alligator, Biggs said. "made that impossible now." tt\1 J1"
i ANY CAR Marmish said the secrecy of the students Twenty-five students were mailed their j
confessing was particularly important when it formal charges Friday, and another 20 in j
involved a relative of an administrator formations will be sent out early this week. j jII
. because '"this person's! name is going to be MORE SUMMARY HEARINGS will t
tTIIA}: \ OU DKIU: spread all across the newspapers." begin the middle of this week.In i
1 A ItABHIT38MPG "PUBLICIZING this individual makes his a related matter, the UF chapter of ',j.
penalty that much greater than anyone Sigma Delta Chi. (SDX) the society of ','
,.. else's Marmish said explaining his reasons professional journalists passed a resolution! ,\
1 : tor threatening to have the police remove the supporting the attempts to open all Honor
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< icporter. Court trials and hearings.
% Although I the reporter refused to leave, The resolution was unanimously! passed by
IIHIIVIAI( ; DHIVINO F Marmish later decided nut to call the police the executive committee meeting of SDX in a
: explaining "it, wouldn't be worth the special meeting called Sunday afternoon.
*3.098 headlines." THE RESOLUTION READS in part.
Marmish argued, however, that the "When the courtroom is closed to the public,
LOCAL. THICKMILLERBROWN F presence of a reporter at the Honor Court for the news that spreads' is the fleWS of the
two consecutive nights had. "blocked the grapevine. Rumors spread many of them 1't.'
S 1. possibility of an effective investigation." false and ,damaging to innocent people."In .",.' ,
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a "CONFESSIONS have fallen off sub. this atmosphere everyone loses ,
stantially since the word got out there was a especially! the innocent.;" the resolution read: .. ";: .. ,.:
: reporter sitting by the door. Everyone is afraid SDX President Barry Friedman said he was i" t. .t
I 4222 N.W. 13 St. ,: that they are going to be the first one to have going to present the resolution at the general PAUL MARMISH .
EI'It'slo!\ their name in the paper," Marmish said.Investigation. meeting of SDX this week for their approval.on maintains secrecy

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(From page one) every person who has been implicated, Harris would be able to "step out of the
GREATPOCKET what course is involved, what exam, and who system" without a breakdown occurring."
said so. People who ,gave confessions are Marmish has already indicated he would be
over,students would have probably have to go, willing to testify against these people," leaving the Honor Court next quarter and did
through "administrative hearings, where they Marmish said. not expect to see the investigation through.
CALCULATOR can suspend you right away and where you But he told of'at least one instance in which CHANGES WILL INCLUDE new offices
would have to come back later to defend your information accumulated on a card turnedout for both the defense and prosecution larger
rights." to be wrong. staffs and new rules of procedure being set
Marmish originally estimated that as manyas "Now I'm going to crosscheck every case to
200 students may be involved in the see if they're really right. This may have up."We will have rules set up so that people in
r e cheating and said Friday those estimates may gotten out of hand," he said. the hierarchy can step in and handle the
still hold. But he added some of the students liE ALSO ADMITTED granting immunityto investigation in case one of us drops out," ;
under suspicion have left town and one was one suspect in return for information, but Petersen said.
even out of the country. said because he didn't tell his staff of his' In addition, the Honor Court is requesting
"UNLESS THEY come back and tell us action, the informer was called back for $3,000 from Student Government to hire
Features: what they did, we won't know. If they don't questioning."He court stenographers to record confessions and
Square Root come back there's going to be people who came back hysterical," Harris said. testimony.THE .
SquaresReciprocal won't get caught," Marmish said. "He complained that he had been granted STUDENT SENATE will probablyvote
Memory Harris. Marmish and Chief Defense immunity and then called back." on the appropriation at their next
Counsel Byron Petersen are in the process of Marmish said he "pumped him for some meeting Tuesday night.
reorganizing the Honor Court to cope with an more information" and let the .immunitystick. Marmish said the system is becoming
NOW ONLY ever-widening investigation.All He denied that any others were granted overloaded as more people come in to confess.
three officials have expressed concern immunity saying "the rest of the interrogations "So many people did come in 1 was
over having to work long hours on the investigation are legitimate, except for a beginning to wonder if it was because of the
S 49.95With sometimes working until 4 or 5 certain amount of bluffing." publicity and out of fear of what would
a.m. All three are lull-time students and have PETERSEN SAID there were 45 information happen to them i if they didn't," Marmishsaid.
Memory complained of falling behind in classes. cards on suspects ready to be filed,. t
MARMISH HAS ADMITTED making but added only 25 will be processed this week He said he became concerned that many
Downtown "several mistakes" in the course of the investigation with 20 more being held to check for information persons were confessing without proper
because of having to do "too many errors. counseling, and began to advise people not to
:.J1 things myself." Petersen said the Honor Court will be come in. until after information is filed on .'
(;.ainpisills. "We have information tiled on index cards "institutionalized" so that he. Marmish and them.DR. .


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Gen. Robert Shevin might sue 7.piece dinette, let $8.95MattresselSprlngl
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the Board of Regents for Twin beds complete $7840:
cutting off lower division f.,, Heavy carpet 9x12 $19.50

students at two state Baptist Student Center 100's OF OTHER ITEMS CASH OR TERMS
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might sue the regents if they OTHERS MAY DISCOUNT-BUT NOW
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suing the regents"based on "My only concern was that ;.
some rumors I'd heard that the regents might try to pass :' I'
they were going to pass this this thing without Cabinet.
thing (lower division cut-offs) approval," Ingle said. "If they NOW THROUGH FEBRUARY 6
without approval of the did that then a suit would bea
Cabinet." possibility."

The Florida Cabinet, Ingle said he has met with
which also serves as the state the regents'legal counsel, and ..
Board of Education, must has been told the regents ', .... ,
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HIKING CLUB: will meet tonight at .8 in Florida Gym. .
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P lnn Alligator Staff Writer added."The meeting did not accomplish anything substantial," he

316 S'.W.' 16th Ave 376-4521 ,Faculty collective bargaining groups'will'have until Friday g "In a sense, it (the Friday hearing) was.: a disappointment.
to submit suggestions on when and where formal hearings will Dr. Ron Carpenter. vice chairman of the'' American
r ALSO NOON TIME BUFFET be conducted by the Public Employes Relations Commission.In Association of University Professors (AAUP-Fla.), said.
Ham-Tom $1.59 informal hearings Friday in Tallahassee representativesof But he added "there's just too much at stake" to move
the faculty groups were informed by commission counsel ahead too fast. "It would be af disaster if all parties didn't
Curtis Mack they should make written statements of their proceed in a prudent way" he said.
preferences."We There was much discussion about the possibility of
proposed; the earliest possible date" for the beginningof Gainesville as a site for some of the hearings."I .
formal hearings, Dr. Ken Megill, United Faculty of Florida rather strongly urged that they hold all the. hearings
\ ) r1O \ (UFF) state secretary said. .- here" Leadon said. ,
But Mack said tHe five-member commission will have final "I 1 think it would be a convenience to everyone"'to hold
determination over where and when the hearings will begin. some of the,hearings in Gainesville Megill said.
as well as the order of presentation. The commission will determine the site of the hearings
He said 10-20 days will probably be sufficient for hearings.If based on faculty groups' suggestions. '
such hearings started March 10, as Mack projected they
would continue every day until spring quarter begins.
After that date, hearings would be conducted three days a
week until their conclusion.The .
Budget changestop
key issue to be decided in the formal hearings,will be
t- the size of collective bargaining units.
After it is determined whether, separate colleges will have
their own units, an election will be held to determine collective
bargaining agents for the members of the unit.It city agendaA
was hoped certain matters could be settled at Friday's
hearing in terms of size of units. However,'Board of Regents
lawyers could not agree with faculty organizations' con- special presentation concerning downtown redevelopment -
FREEWe'll tentions that graduate assistants with more than 50 per cent and proposed budget adjustments for Gainesville
research-teaching loads and department chairpersons shouldbe during 1974-75 are on the agenda for the city commission
beat anyone's deal, anywhere and give youa included in any bargaining unit. meeting Monday night.
4 day vacation for 2\\ in Miami Beach or Vail, Another major tropic of discussion Friday covered the The special presentation by the Department of Community
Colo, with purchase. of a new Kawasaki during options concerning hiring a hearing officer for the formal Development will show what the downtown area will have to
February. hearings. otTer when it is renovated.A .
attached Either a commission member or someone from the divisionof NEW ORDER by the Public Service Commission on a
(no strings )
administrative, hearing examiners will be hired by the continuing report over fuel adjustment charges will also be
participating groups. discussed at the 7 p.m. meeting.
Art's Kawasaki "This is the kind of case where you need an experienced Other items on the agenda are:
hearing officer," Mack said. .A report by City Manager B. Harold Farmer on the statusof
"The question hinges on finances," Dr. Bernard Leadon, the SW 16th Avenue extension and bikepath.A .
1040 East University UF Engineering Faculty Association president, said. resolution scheduled to be read by UF Women's
373-3596 The groups will be forced to pay for the hearing officer. Student Affairs Director Cindy Shellenberger on Internation
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Flipping through last quarter's Alligators, we
wince when we come to the Nov. 25 issue.

On that day in this space we sang the praises ofa

not-so-famous man, Paul Marmish.Of .

course these days you can't read The

Alligatoror the Gainesville Sun, or the Orlando r

Sentinel, or the St. Petersburg Times, or the
Miami Herald, or listen to the radio or watch h "'j
television without knowing who Paul Marmishis. \ h.
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ON OCWE OUT WOW FROM WHEREVER VOU ARE!"
As Honor Court Atty. Gen., Marmish is the "LEADERS? IEADEP5 ? VOU

chief prosecutor in the investigation into allegedmass

cheating in the. UF College of Business


Administration.It is an investigation, Marmish says, that may Changing face of colonialism

involve 200 UF students. But in fact, because of

the secrecy .of the investigation, it potentially

involves all 1,700 students in Matherly Hall; it
Recently the Caracas magazine Bohemia published an
into the muck of
suspicion employe RICHARD
pulls every article about the possiblity of an armed U.S. invasion of
from professor to janitor. Venezuela a Latin American signatory of the Organization of
Last Friday, without notice and contrary to Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). RURKIIOLDER
previous statements, the Honor Court secretly IN HOLLOWLY timorous language the magazine
tried and convicted the first student accused of mouthed the old cliches about Latin American "solidarity" STAFF WRITINGSWhat
before gringo "big stick" diplomacy. The Venezuelan
cheating.The nationalist position, as Bohemia stated it, was "simply one of is evolving basically is the potential groundwork[ fora
defense against outside aggression." new form of uniformed soldiers, exports little or no
court recommended to the Student Con- The Venezuelans have little to fear. If the energy-hungry homeland culture and hoists'no national banners on high.It .
duct Committee that the student be suspendedfrom U.S. were to invade any country, it would probably be one of is a brand-new, non-manifest-desitny colonialism rootedin
UF for three quarters, a recommendationthat those less-populated sheikdoms of the Arab oil magnates. computers macroeconomics and college-trained per.
most likely will stick. Anyway,the U.S. has come a long was since the time of the sonnel.IN .
armed military invasions of Santo Domingo. Nowadays,if the SHORT, a colonialism of delicate, but inexorable
But back to Nov. 25. That was the day we
Yankees wanted to call the shots, they would probably opt to economic imperialism. A grabbing up, if you will by the
compared Paul Marmish to Elliott Richardson, do so covertly instead of overtly, as had happened in pre-coup fortunate possessors of crucial energy resources of the powerto
the former U.S. Atty. Gen. who resigned rather Chile. decide the rest of the Western world's collective fate.
than be a part of the subversion of Constitutional THE MAJOR point boils down to this: in today's world For much of the West this fiscal expansionism by the oil
government by the Nixon Administration.At who really has the spiraling potention for good old-fashioned producers is necessary to avert eventual collapse. The massive
the naked imperialism? funds collected by the OPEC countries have to be re-invested
issue in November was whether Honor
We contend, it's certainly no longer the financially. in foreign holdings because a) presently their own nations
Court would have jurisdiction over secret meetingsby beleaguered United States. cannot absorb this new fiscal incrementation and, b) more
members of the Activities and Services Fees This is not.to say that Uncle Sam can't march into some especially for the U.S., it's in the oil exporters' best intereststo
Advisory Committee, meetings that violated the foreign land and erect a flag over all he sees nineteenth- pump funds into faltering foreign economies so as to keep
Student Government-in-the-Sunshine Law. century style. The U.S.' military clout remains for the, Western markets and-some argue. Western defense
moment at least, respected.But systemsintact.This .
Marmish was the prosecutor in that case. And political and economic observers everywhere have been is in marked contrast to imperialistic times of yore:
lately noticing subtle shifts in the local of world vanishedis
monetary gone are the days of forcible territorial takeover and
when Tigert Hall decided it would not put a holdon
power. the usually-dejected spirit of the conquered.
the records of students charged with breaking SOARING U.S. and European trade deficits to OPEC Instead the vanquished are welcoming the arrival of the
the Sunshine Law, thereby leaving the Honor members alone attest to the violability of the once victors-or at least of the victors' money, which is supposedto
Court with no way to enforce it, Mannish threw up unchallenged Western business and political interests. keep the colonies solvent.
his hands and quit in protest.We With the Arabs buying into West German auto factories THUS, WHILE the new colonialism is still in its infancy
quietly negotiating for bank ownerships in California and concerned bystanders are well-advised to keep an eye on its
called his resignation, on Nov. 25, an act of
Michigan, and speaking softly about shortand longtermloans potential ramifications for world commercial and political
heroism. We praised Marmish for having the gutsto from such institutions as the Chase. Manhattan-one: influence.

back up his belief that there is no greater dangerto can sense that certain essential global economic factors are in And if necessary to control imperial abuses while they are
democracy than government behind closed flux. still manageable.

doors. -

But now Paul Marmish is back at the Honor

Court, and something between Nov. 25 and now The Independent David Smith Terri Wood

has changed his attitude. Editor-ln-chlef Editor
Monaglng

After dropping vague-hints about horrible deeds Florida Alligator. .

committed by UF students, some of whom he ./" (// d '
\Ltme'iic&H\ ;
claims are the children of "important" persons .Q .David Klein Conna Brugman Brian Jones
around the state, Marmish supports the decisionto Or News Editor layout Editor Layout Editor

keep the trials of accused cheaters closed to the R.A/'Tony" Kendzior .. i,... .,. . .. .. ., .. .. ,, ... .. .General
public and the press. James V.Cook .. .. . .. .. . '0. . ....... ,.. Asilitont General Manager Published by
Marmish doesn't the Mn. Evelyn Best . . . ,. .. .. :;; ... . .. .. .. ..... ,Administrative Manager
Paul
For Assistant
some reason want Anne Malphun . .. : !.. ... ..... ... ..' .... ... .. . . Campus Comnminieations.. Inc'
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-built J., Wayne Reitz Union. -And 'Hedoesn't Tom MacNamo oJ' .h'"" ", ;" 1 ijU' .4. . . . .Accountant Manager P.O. Box 13266 University
Ray McGee Jr. :. .. ;. .;'.. :'.'iMi. :"'! . Station Gainesville. Florida with
the who he's it '\
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want public Donna lubrano.r. ', ,. .... .... ... '.' . office behind the College Inn
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I- ;;< :Ron's raising money for his old boss -.. I


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Scandals and trials of Watergate, ;
The spanning the
past press and the public. It was a job Ron ,
one-half have produced got so good at onecouldnlt
two-and- years a great amount of often
.tel1 who was the better liar Nixon Ron.
or
One of the
interesting fallout. most recent of these is the
Well, Nixon is gone now and so is Ron. We can be thankful
speaking tour travels of many of the Watergate principals,
that, even though we have a boob for a President, at least his
convicted and
including both convicting participants. press secretary is credible. JOHN LILES ]
THIS IS REALLY nothing new. Figures brought into the But
now Ron is making
,
a speaking tour around the
by their famous (or infamous) conduct have country
been
public eye to various
campuses, and getting paid quite well for it. At this
quick to parlay their notoriety into profit through writing or university, he will be paid about $2600 for his night's work.
about their involvement.
giving speeches THAT'S A lot of money. Its not bad compared to the cost And in this Nixon thievery, Ziegler has the full cooperationof
Consider Clifford Irving: since his absurd Howard
Hughes of some past speakers (Moshe Dayan was paid $4000 last our own Student Government, through .Accent.
biography fraud he has been a guest on numerous talk shows, quarter, including security and travel expenses), but its still a IT WAS not as if Accent had no other prospects to choose
has been doing more writing(not to mention still
and trying to lot of
money to pay to Ziegler. from. One of the other possible speakers was NBC per
his biography.) All in all, he has
off bogus done
pawn quite However the fact that Ron Ziegler is being paid such a sonality Barbara Walters, who (along with any number of
well for a charlatan. large amount for his appearances here is not half as bad as other people)would have been infinitely preferable to Ziegler.
where the student money will be going. This same situation arose in Boston recently. Ziegler was
Ron's purpose in this series of lectures is to raise money for invited to speak at Boston University, again at a high price. It
his old boss, Nixon. And that's exactly where UF's Accent was looking good for Nixon.
OPINIONWhich money is going to go. But then the students got wind of who was coming. Protest
This is atrocious.APPARENTLY arose, and the student government withdrew their invitationto
it is not enough that Nixon is free from Ron.
prosecution for his presidential abuses, is receiving a SUCH A course would benefit this university also. The
president's pension and is going to receive various other objection to Zielger's appearance here is not to what he mayor
brings us to a case in point right here at our own monies, such as huge payment for his memoirs. may not have to say but to the fact that his payment would
halls of ivy: Mr. Ronald Zielger is (through the courtesy of No he must send out his henchmen like Rabbi Baruch in fact, be payment to one of this nation's most ignominious .
Accent'75))coming to UF to speak next month. Korff and Ron Ziegler, to bilk the American public for even and corrupt leaders Richard Nixon. *;.
FOR THOSE of you who'may not know him, Ron is the more money on the patently false pretense that he needs it to It would be wise for Accent (which is now conducting a
man who gave up his illustrious career as a barker at pay legal fees. In a talk with Barry Goldwater the other day survey on the subject) to reconsider its invitation to Ziegler.
Disneyland to become former President Nixon's Press Nixon expressed his intention to get back into Republican Perhaps UF's and Bosont's students can give it the
Deceiver. His job was to convey Mr. Nixon's falsehoods to the politics. Can this fund-raising be a prelude? incentive to do so.Faculty.




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farm systems EDITOR: I would like several months.- In by departments

to comment on the Knoxville, they represented
of theWomen's the of Florida
Alligator's University
coverage EDITOR In regard to the refusal of the President of the
Track com with pride and felt that
EDITOR Some thoughts on our much maligned modern petition against the they had achieved con- University to place Dr. George Cornwell in some other
after the School of Forestry turned him down, I
agricultural systems. This'letter is written as a plea to take University of Tennessee. siderably.The least the department
must this. I would hate to be part of a University where
emotions and "in slogans" out of discussions of agriculture.The Since the coverage con- Alligator could have doneit say
starving millions are all too visible to us to turn our backson sisted of two short list the complete line the President had the power to inflict a professor on any

them' and demand Utopian pastoralism.It paragraphs, I feel that the scores of the meet. First department.
is agreed that the world is in sad shape due primarily to reporting was totally class achievement shouldnot According to the best academic practices in our state
overpopulation which has paved-under arable land, allowed inadequate.The be reported in a second university system and according to AAUP standards, new
members chosen the faculty and chairman of
land to be ,depleted foom poor agricultural practices (in athletes who class fashion. faculty are by
countries such as India. Chinas as well as our own) and participated in this meet the department and not be the administration.

created too many mouths to feed. We are caught in a vicious had trained diligently for Helene T. Rhine 7PE Winifred Frazer
cycle of the malnourished "have nots" populating themselvesinto Professor of English

oblivion.. .. ..:.A.... .u............................., ....Y.1 AS"."........ ... ...:<.<.". .... .-"..*. <*-.*,-_._ :n<,'.: The answer is not to dismantle the system that produces the
food and let millions starve and die. Population control and
agricultural production must go hand in hand till we hit on a
happy medium. One has to be very naive to believe we can
just "go back to the land. Much of our own land here in
Florida for( example is marginal, at best adapted to grazing.
Organic material is fine and essential but so are trace
minerals which mans has to add to his land in order for the

plants to grow,
I am a farmer of sorts (ten acres) and I enjoy it but it is not
my life's vocation. Modern agriculture has given us a choice.
We can go to a university and learn about anything we are
interested in including agriculture which has given us these tRTl1yI :
choices and freedom from a daily hand to mouth existence.We .
can't turn back the clock, but maybe we can become '
aware of our problems and solve them in realistic terms. The
future looks bleak unless we change attitudes about

population,,consumption, pollution, etc. Education is the
only way to do that and full bellies are essential before mindscan
concentrate. Only modern agricultural systems can giveus'
that lead time.
John L. Shoemyen 3AS


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FOR; SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT HOME HUNTERS .i I IWe

Sutler bike,. 8 months old pirfettcond ;' yost" o' mat.124g, vvldt.angle ft' FREEDOM: $tep-von). cornper a.c, elect, Yen's.26,.,Inch 3 peed b.kt with doub'eooikets 2 br: trailer, $135 me includes, lot rentS help find a homoparw.ent
telephoto Jens electronic .deck Sears 'bond' A /"osNEW\ toq deposit, Coll Keith *,Susan. at 372- con: you
reg $165 now $99 or best offer. also converters sink shag carpet, tope a once in a :; mobile, home,or
Nikon F with" F T N meter flash, and cases for all. $225 not) so firm lifetime. opportunity, only $995 $5000 Col: 177 252. Keep trying ..o-It, 7032 after 5 pm located'In Mobile, City room mole, the easy way!
must sacrifice, 12.20 or best offer 378.6360. (A.5T-69-P) see at safari .p Pets OKI

call :377.4436: (A.10T-65)) For tale: men's sears 26 inch 10-speed campground', glochuo (o-5>.70-p) Water fed :;'frame $25 heater $30 bedroom
female share
Antique 1955 Ford Truck body, tires, bike, Good condition $6000 call sherry HONDA SL.100 1971 good shop $200 motor cycle $80 bean bog choir $5 two bath roommate trailer alamar two gardens 87.50t OUR FEE IS REFUNDABLE

engine excellent Needs Transmission, ot 377,4459 after 5 00 (A.5T-69.P) also fabulous IIel>von camper ocelec -, plants, shelves, $15 barrel lamp $10 -t't' utilities, 376-0808 (b.5t-72.p)__
Call David 373.2224 keep trying. (a.10166p Yorkshire terriers 2 male 1 female AKC ., sink, shag.carpet, tope deck electric Curlers $10 377.2990 3772187o2t72p opt. to sublet close campus furnIShed. JOEL R. BRIDGES II

}) BKC breeding 377.0218 after 5:30.: Price see. safari camp ground in ( )) Call 373.0114 5.8 pm 2 bedroom $140
1973 Honda 350 Excellent Condition' negot able. (A-5T-69.P) olochuo (a 4t 70-p) Five.speed men't bike excellent mth AC (b.2t.73-p) REALTOR 404 SW 4th, Ave.

with helmet. Call David 373.2224 keep old N,ko.i.w.50mm 1 1I"SI50'IIsla: ; 10 sp 1973 mobile, home 12.60 2 bedrooms condition $70 with" chain, lock Coll 372 $20 week III I Rent by week or month this Open 7 Days til 7:00: 377-0700
trying (o.1 10l-66-p) w-rack.$90! new Davis, 'imp rocket.$25; central air, + heat fully furnished $1200 7956 evenings(a.3t.72.p) rustic, 2 Br home No lease, kitchen .
new Add,dos ((7/t' ).$12; portable equity & assume notes of 75,77 month or Men and ladies' ten speed, sears never children, & O.K.lIlocoled rw
'::' :.; typewriter.$20. Call Jen 377-0578 (A.5T. make offer Janet 373.2064 (o.7t.70.p) used bikes. with, chain asking $100 for equipped minutes, from the city.pets Ideal for students

.uI: : :.: ::1 69-P|) leaving! must tell STA 80 stereo each call Mrs Oguz from 8.00 am to 4.OCp or couple. Better hurry on this, onell ERthN

".. ., .,....".>> 1968 Pontiac large nation wagon AM-FM receiver, 60 w output. 2 speakers .m. Phone no. 392.1934 (o.2l.72-p) ((13012))
arigh: radio, factory air heater luggage rock Cpt,mus Ib. headphone 4 months old A Sanyo 8 track 2 or 4 channel with Open 9am.8pm 377-6992
.:.HairstyliRg i :ij power steering tape deck automatic, ask $290 call Hung 379.3471 or 392.9045a speakers Excellent Condition Asking 95 2 Br, $140 Walk to campus II Brand new LIKE &
super clean $750 378-5934 (a.it.70-p) ( 5t.71-p1) dollars or best offer Need Moneyl Call exclusive listing ThIS spacious opt. with
.
/ 3772643' .. Sears ten.speed Freespirit'' with, lock CLARINET w cose excellent condition" 377.8316 (o2t73p) heat, air & fully equipped kitchen" won't

..;,<..:.:,;....> and chain, two months old $70.00 3425- Very reasonable should see to op. Refrigerators 35.00. Dining table 6 last long. Pets O.K.I I ((13013)) PALMER
..:.-. 204 SW _2nd Ave 373.6118. (o"51,.70.p) p'ecote, Call 373.9700 ((0.31.71-1)\) coh,,,. Water skis 15.00 Double beds Open 9am-8pm. 377-6992
carpets 15.00 up mist. gloss lop table ph 3 Br House -' $150 Walk or bike, to IN THE MOVI
377.9835.2 streets behind Bowling, alley campus from this fantastic location ,
No Pouts I 1.6 weekdays 9.5 Sat closed Sunday Children, & pets O.K. ((1303))
Dealer (o.3t.73.p) Open 9am-8pm. 377-6992
Fireplace -. 3 Bdr, 2 both with, heat, air, '. 7 :30
,
Irish setter puppies AKC registered- .
den carpets,& drapes pets welcomell
3:00.5:40&X4 Canadian stock shots, wormed -
0 sell 377- ((1308)) :30
: o. r.4alooo Priced reasonably to Gregory 9om 8pm 377-6992
Open -
5325 or 472.3050 (a.5t.73. )
p
-: $65 month utilities, pd. Cozy opt with" (
fully equipped kitchen, No lease Ideal
. I4l Freebie FOR RENTWANT for students or couplell ((11275)) 11
TO MOVE? United Real Estate Assoc

If you desire to move from your present 113 NE 16 Ave.
and the Bean location we con rent, sublet It or find youa Open days 377-6992
roommate immediately at NO COST,
1I Call todayll TaiET 1 BR FURN APT country gardensnear
United, Real Estate Assoc. Inc VA ft Shands cent air heat, dishwasher .
113 NE 16th Ave 377-6992 (b.fr.55-
I I opt to sublease,available feb 24 close to after 5 pm (b-3t.73-p)

campus, '2 bdr, pool, 172 mo 378-8336 male roomate needed own room + 'Vt
after 5 pm (B 10T-67)_ utilities call ron after 10pm $80.00 mo

liberal roomate wanted to share 3 392-0772 (b.41.73-p)

bedroom house, own room, walking Fem roomate needed at village opts 0 174 April Food Films, Inc
distance' to campus $67 month 41.3 I now. own.room $80.00 + '/ utilities call A Crown Internettonel Production r
utilities call 3789496. (b-5l-68-ol\ anne or morgo after 5 pm 377.1208, (b5t73p Distributed by April Fools F/enlme |

NO LEASE NO LAST MONTH 2 bedroom )
furnished units from $135 per month; L COLOR

includes water, sewage, garbage pick. WANTED 1 hli 1S C 11niv.nl
up, pest.control and yard care. Prairie GOLD t SILVER Top prices paid for clcs.!
View, Mobile Village 378-4411 or 373- rings, od: jewelry, etc, confidential call 1
3284 (b.2Ot-69.p) Ozile 373-389.fc.50-53-c(( )

One of a kind female roommate wonted to share roomIn roommate wonted for country living A ttlm CMrPORTER wl
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a two bedroom opt oak forest opts. 15 min to U of F .- own bedroom $65
$7614 a month Immediate occupancy + 1 1.3 util ,.- liberal, but mature call

call 377.5381 (b.5t.70-p) Charlie ot 378-4150 (days) (5T-43-P-P) loll N, w, NM Fr.

HOUSE IN THE COUNTRY Eight miles to 1 1.2 female roommates wonted to shore
THE SPINNERS campus Pets OK 63.00 + 1-3 util, Call 2 bedrm opt .- brandwine shore
372.2766 (b-5t.70-p) utilities,' bin pool -- sun. tenants
breakfast parties call after 5 378-1903(c-
ROOMMATE WANTED sublet a 4 bdrm
5t-c4-p) .
opt oc pool shag carpet. across from
Tigert $93 mo contact the place office Helpl! we need I female room mate.
160 must be fun-loving and pleasant $60
opt. (b-5t.70-p)
month -tV. utilities Gatorwood opts. R
No deposit no lease house on lake Santa
close to campus, call anytime) 3733735.
F, need one to shore with $100 mo, util
(c5t-69p) _
;; 8i ur Incld quiet carpet dishwsr porch yard female to shore room in 2 bedroom 7110 ls/0 g4b
don 468-1083 376-2668 (b5t.70p) <
+ /
$ plush oPt.WindmeodowsS66amo I
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Immediate Occupancy, 3 bedroom apt utilities/ Immediate occupancy student
x ihp' central heat and air with pool 215 per perfered trill< Tanya 373-0735 (C-5T-69 A wl i iL1111
M month call 373-2209 or 373-3464 (b5t. P)

70-p) Female roommate wonted feb. 1 rent
BEAT THE HOUSING SHORTAGEIII $68 Brondywine opts. Tel. 376-2496 call N. w, Is ,

Now Is the time to start looking for that after 5'pm. (C-5T-69.P)

P Y 4 AR) p, J JM Ideal home for spring or fall qtr. We studious ROOMMATE.wonted for own
have many listings avail for then a bdrm In 2 bdrm duplex opt, 2 blocks
i small deposit can hold it for you Call from campus $75.00 mot 'A utll call

today 3770992Windmeodows __ Jim 373-5666 (CC-5T-69.P)
unfurnished 2
apartment mole roommate wanted to shore 2 bdm
BR 2 both carpet drapes AC patio pool
avail feb. 15. located in
opt. country
tennis courts by Feb call 373.9896 or 373 '
garden $58 month + util call
opts.
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I 3558 (b 5t-71 p)
kp .
377.9642 5t )
r (c 70-p
r a 4 to 2 rms for rent, 2 or 3 people MF or cple female
$30-50 mo no deposit, lost mo 10 mm, roomate country gardens near
campus and shonds call debbie offer 6 ">.1S fllSSORRY
bike, liberal call
v to campus own room .
.m. m in time, otherwise 378-8571
# : p any
r anytime 373-7127 (b 3t 71 p) .
s ,z (c.5t71.p:71W *
Private Room Maid service mole one blk NO .
PASSES ORDISCOUNTTICKETS
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sv's y.Ri to UK first half feb. free lease till June
r $80 mo quiet 2nd ft. Terry 377.1159 last 11 THIS 411
ATTRACTIONPag.l
i month + $40 dep (b"5t.71.p) 1r .
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x at + Fern roommate needed ol Place Apt. .

4bv .Own bdrm $97 + '. ut luxury opt. Walkto e..:;.
s UF Cal I Virginia, 392-7612 or 378.6363or

come by No. \116 (b.5i.71.p) s14:::.:;::,: d.iv. Aft.:::w::
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Room for rent own room in' 3 ;iS.[
bedroom house, $88 mo + 1 1.3 utilities. 1\m\: ;;, .
117 Central air and heat across from
wests,de pork 1104 NW 34 St 376.8423
(b3t7l.j) Ir '

one room for rent, 'including all utilities, 2:01 4:402)410ULIVACO Me
w Ceti Irsut w
good locolitation, for more Information, 706; btu eeee
drop by 108 nw 13 St. or call 3769252ask
cep f: ) _, for donald (b.3t-72-p)
WALT DI, Y'STLCHNICCLOR4
roomate to shore large bdrm In 2 bdrm '
opt $43 month + '. others call oft. 6
377.9859 (b2t.72p)

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L'LWIS1ew.IryCompony; :

WANTEDMellow PERSONALCOED' SERVICES

CLASS RINGS gentle' together person: share facial hair removed permanently Self Realization Assistance A peraonal
I-w..y DIAMONDSWATCH house own rm. bike. 'io campus Must Call Edmund Dwyer rap! on your spiritual evolvement aided 04
REPAIRS really" d g dogs and muiic $68 moujil + '. electrologlst over 20 year experience by your astrology chart. Dennis 377-4159
200 W. Slu or Susan 3786964 (e.it.71.p) Call 372B039 (J-FR-6I-C) will,, teocM' _
University Ave
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or 2 female roomotes for 2 bedroom 2 I If you are pregnant and need help, we
372.4106 both turn opt at Country Gardens $60 core Call Birthright. 377-4947 (J-24T- COllEGt OF EDUCATION Need a
mo. 'utilites. 377.7309 (c.7..71.p) 69.P) typewriter, calculator, ditto machine?
Or a phone from which you can' call?
NIVERSITY CITY TRAVEL.! female roomote wanted $55 Gay women' get-together 6 P.M. Thur. These and lots more are available In 321
C'MTRAK.PLANE.SIIIP utilities, ''' very short walk to + 1.3 107 N.W. 15th Terr. For Info Call Jean Norman Hall. (m.IOt-70-c)
campus call .
392-1575 (|-5t 70-c)
T 378-5524 (c.5..72-p) Bone Advanced Scuba Classes Starting. '
liberal Roommate Mole or Female ,russia berlin london wont to travel four Underwater Photography Classes
own
923 W. University Ave. Br. in 2 b,. apt. oc, pool, bbc close to weeks l fellow student foreign study. Starting. Sales service rental air, trips.Tom .
leogueJuly $1350 carl marilyn 3767104Joyce
Co-ho of
compus $82.50 per mo. + '/ util, 948 Allen ( Wild Kingdom
Gainesville, Ha. 32601 SW 16th Ave., 372-1019 (c5t-72p) 373-3287 after 5 (|-Sl-70-p' ) T.V.)Aliens Aquatic ft Trail Center :3448

I or 2 roommates to rent other rm In 2 Term Papers! Canada's largest Service W. Unlv 373-9233. (m-fr-72-c)
bdrm fnshed apt $60 mo if willing to For catalogue send$2 to-: Essay Services, French,Spanish, Italian tutoring children
,e.. s.e..... .. --------- shore or $95 mo for own rm + split 57 Spadina Avenue Suite 208, Toronto, t adults, B.A. French experienced.
utilities, ''' + deposit Butler Cdns 378-0129 Ont. Canada Also, campus representatives $4-5 h,. Exp. also in tech, reg. Iron-
FREE ELECTRONIC ENGINE ANALYSIS Jim, (c5t-73p) P1) required Please write. (|.35t-70- slating 377.4877 (m-5t-71-p) HORSBACK RIDING

WITHATUNE-UP DRY TORTUGAS for spring break diving IOCION "Mil RANCH
HELP WANTED MENI! WOMENI) JOBS ON SHIPSI! No and camping trip Fly by seaplane
10 OFF plugs
percent pts. cond. experience required. Excellent pay. from Key West March 21-25 of 25-29 All Hones rented by the Hr.

& labor thru Jan. 31st1W2 licensed, real estate salesperson for Worldwide travel. Perfect summer lob scuba equipment provided Explore Also horses for sale. 591-
N. MAIN ST. national company. Quarannted salary or career. Send $3.00 for information historic Fort Jefferson $115 with certification 1347; 20 ml. So of
PHONE 372-5247 + commission.. Call SEAFAX, Dept E-10 P.O. Box 2049, Port $150 I includes full scuba course
Gory Susie
or 377- Gainesville 441
6973. (E5T69.C) Angeles. Washington 98362. (6t-71-p| ') call Scuba Dynamics 373-5069 (oi-5l-7l- on new

THIS WEEK AT RAPP'S RACQUET SHOPPE Pj)_
Mature student with own Carlo pick and YOU CAN BUY ANY RACQUET BALL Experienced typist will, type term papers, r-----------r
baby,,' 5 y. old t 1:30-5: pm and do light RACQUET thesis or dissertation Fast & accurateservice
OVER $15 AND RECEIVE 2 FREE I iHEQ1l\iEiR\ ;8 I
housework if willing, salary com- SEAMCO BALLSI! SEE OUR SELECTION AT at reasonable rotes Call 373-
IMPORTEPPARTS mensurate 373.4418 I after 5 pm (e-41-70- 8923 (m.5t.-p) I COLLECTOR'S
PL-. 1508 NW 13 ST. 372-7836 (|-2t-72-p) BOOKS I ,;

Poncho's, Bookpacks, Pocks W-frames, DIVE THE BAHAMAS SPRING BREAK I PRINTS I
AUTOS Tents, Rugby Shirts, Trail Shoes, White unlimited air-3 meals a day-a bunk all
Stag Speedo Bathing Suits. Join Univ. for$1 1 40 for 5 glorious days mar 24-28 for I LIMITED EDITION PRINTS I
IHC 1973 CORVETTE COUPE fully equipped Hiking Club. Aliens Aquatic & Trail more info ph John Appelboom 392-8753 1
block leather int. excellent condition Center 3448 W. Univ. 373-9233 ()j-fr-72- (5t-65-P) I 17 W. Unlv. 3783264. ..
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MPORTED PARTS & ACCESSORIESFOR $6995 firm 372-0248 after $ pm (g.51-70- cj) ELECTROLYSIS. By oppoictment only.

Pj)_ Are you a woman who believes In the Mrs. JH.-Korp, Telephone(904)376: ( ) -

ALL FOREIGN CARSASK 69 Ford Galoxe' 500, air, all power, equality of the sexes if so I would like to 5673 (m.1 OI-64-p) THERE'S MORE
automatic' 2 dr V8 better than Avg. meet you I am a male transfer student WIRED FOR SIGHT : TO SEE
WITH
ABOUT OUR STUDENT DISCOUNT condition, for less ,than avg ,retail blue from. who loves to dance and totally "The Eyeglass Super Mart" (
liberation Call Jeff
believes
book $1075 00, in people
asking $950 00. call 372- UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS
MON. FRI. 9:00-6:00:( ( PM SAT. 10:00-2:00: : PM 7004 ((9.St-71.p) 37836833t72p(| ) '300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 CABLE TV

1012 S. MAIN ST. .372-4341: 73 Vega GT Hatchback, Air, Automatic LOST & FOUND ((M-503-C)
27000 miles Excellent. Condition $1 coo; GRE PREPARATION Course in 44d fJb
For more info call 377.8356 After 5 p.m. Gainesville. 18 hrs., $35; course
Peasant! Going West' and I need a Van. lost descented Skunk vicinity 26th SI, repeatable free. Call ((305)) 854-7466 B TV Channels A weatner'
(Ig 5l'-71 p) and University Reward Please help ui (14T-69-P)_ channel, UPI News, New York
find, our Friend Thanks Call 377-8281 (I5t.70p I-
LLOYD'S CORVETTE PlACE We buy and HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY Stock Exchange, 2 FM stations on
sell Jacksonville, Florida 1-388-3311 I, I- ) AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL TV Channels, and 9 FM and 4 AM
10 and Cossot Ave. (g.2Ot.73-p) Pair of mens sunglasses found Sun Jan. ABILITY-STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETICS stations on the FM band.UNIVERSITY .
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(Overtime> Gators win ,"


. .
GREG FORRER
By Appreciation lv f y
Day. And Lotz
appreciated. > 1zsre
Alligator Sports Editor
He
appreciated Williams' "best game of the year," as well

Chip Williams came back-and the Gators arc glad he did. assIsts as remarking and held the his same about guard Caldwell who had five a =1'photo
turnovers down
fhe senior center dropped in seven points in an overtime The Gators to just one. s
leriod to lead UF to a 101-90 win over the Vanderbilt outscored the Commodores 17.2 in the overtime i
Commodores) Saturday in Alligator Alley. period after Vandy had scored the first points to take an
88-84 lead. The Gators
Williams and the Gators, 4-5 in the SEC and 8-11 overall, take utilitized their four corner offense to
,o* travel to Starkeville, Miss to play Mississippi State advantage of several easy layups that negated fine individual
showings the
on of
part Fosnes and junior guard
lonight.I .
Butch Fehzer. K
THE GATORS were pressed into the extra period after
FOSNES HIT 1 13 of 18 from the field and three of six from
losing a 12 point lead they had built up shortly after the start the free throw line for 29 points. Fehzer added 25 and
points
If the second half. But the hot shooting of junior forward Jeff the only other Vandy player to break into double figures
was
Fosnes and careless play by the Gators caused the score to be junior guard Joe Ford who scored 19. by andy newman

[icd at 84 points apiece. "It was a lot better today that it has been," said Williams
Even then, it took a 20 foot jump shot by forward Gene Shy after the game. Williams has been PSSTI WE BEAT VANDY
all
struggling after
ivith nine seconds to go to tie the game. being named to the pre-season All-Southeastern Conferenceteam year .'. Lotz lets Grubor in on good newsKnarr's
Both Shy and Williams led Gator scorers with 24 points
last
following 20.6
year's .
Lederman average.His outside shooting adds another dimension to State'soffense.
Mike and
while guards Bruno Caldwell followed
average stood at 10.7 before the game. He not only ,
with 18 and 12 points respectively. doubled that, but also pulled down 11 rebounds to lead all The Gators topped State in their conference backon
I opener
"IT WAS A tremendous disappointment to lose the lead." players.IN .
Jan. 4, in front of a regionally televised audience.
Isaid head Gator coach John Lotr. "But the final score was a TONIGHT'S GAME, Mississippi State, with 2.7 SEC
a "But this time we're playing on their home court and the
[great climax to this day. mark and 6-11\ overall, will be led "
by two 6-7 leapers, senior students up there have'ways of making things happen, Lotz
The game was the culmination of "Gator Basketball Jerry Jenkins and junior Taylor Williams. Guard Rich said.




1O overdue Chip revived I


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By LOUIS BRANCACCIO BUT SUDDENLY UF's. lead dwindled until Vandy had
i" Alligator Sports Writer finally tied the game.

Chip Williams, UF's suddenly revived center, took a pen "They (Vanderbill) did a good job on us," Chip said, explaining -
from a six-year-old boy and scribbled his name on the back of the Commodor's comeback. "But we made some
the boy's coat.Autographs dumb mistakes."

from Chip have not been the hottest commodity With nine seconds remaining and the score tied, Vandy hada

on the UF campus lately As a matter of fact chance to win it all. But the Gators applied a strong defense

autograph hunters for Chip's name have been nonexistentthis and with one'click left on the clock, Vandy took a desperate
year. jump shot that hit the rim and fell short.

"THAT'S THE FIRST," Chip said of the young boy's CHIP'S RIGHT HAND raised high in the air as he came

request.It off the court, waiting for the overtime period to begin. He
was also Chip's first really outstanding performance for sensed the Gator's impending victory.

the Gators this year, shoving in 24 points and pulling down 11 "I 1 knew at that time we would win.,It might be easy to say
rebounds' leading the Gators to a 101.90 overtime win against now but I knew it," Chip said.
Vanderbilt. UF went'down by two at the onset of the overtime periodand

k Chip said he played basically the same way he has played inprevious surprised the 4,900 fans on hand by going into their stall,
ra attributed his the four offense.
." games and resurgence to getting corner
ball more. "WE'VE BEEN trying to tell people all year long that the

14.ta "I 1 got the ball more so 1 was able to shoot more," he said. four corner isn't always a stall offensive. I have all the confidence -
TIlE PRE SEASON all-conference pick said he was unsureif in the world in the four corner:" Chip said.

his previous poor showings had aaything to do with his And indeed he should. With the middle opened up becauseof

pressing himself. the spread offensive, Chip moved through Vandy for easy
"Maybe I have been pressing but I don't know," he said. layups, vaulting the Gator's to an 11 point win.

If Chip was pressing against Vanderbilt Saturday afternoonit "It was probably my best game this year," Chip said.
only showed up early in a couple of missed layups. THE LITTLE BOY returned and asked Chip to sign his .(

"THEY WEREN'T falling early," Chip said. coat again."I .
But after the first! few minutes. Chip was the dominant think I already got ya fella," Chip told the admirer.

photo by chip hires figure Pin point passes from Chip's teammates looped over But Chip got more than a request from a fan. He got his old
the Vandy defense and into the hands of the 6-8 center, The !stuff back. And that could spell trouble for the Gator's

UF CENTER CHIP WILLIAMS passes' brought easy! layups for Chip and a 12 point lead for remaining opponents and could open up the Southeastern

.24 points, 11 rebounds in 'revival' the Gators. Conference race-a race that Chip,said is by no means over.



Grapplers take 'wild match run record to 30-0 I


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By CHRIS GARRITY squad could beat the Gators After the Gators' 118- rT a IW

, Alligator Sports Writer could only say to Schneider, pounder Bob Roberts
,
3-2,
defeated Garret Headly
"we'll see you in the SEC's,
after his team tought nip and Kentucky came back strong

tuck only to lose in the final registering two falls.
C:
After witnessing the Gator 126-pounder( Vic
bout.
"wildest" match I'veever The exuberant Schneiderhad Holloway. filling for Artie 1ca
seen" first year Head for the Haberman. who's been u
only high praise
wrestling coach Gary Wildcats. ineligible this quarter, fought
Schneider sat in the G ators hard before Wildcat Jim Carr

wrestling room looking like "Kentucky is a fantastic pinned him with 52 seconds

himself wrestled a match, team and deserves every bit left in their match. .
with a wide grin on ,his face. of their national ranking." he Carr. ex-Olympian. andwho's a jy rr '
said. recorded a 22-0 mark

J"I! completely elated" SCHNEIDER ADDEDthat this season was just too much I Ipounder.
< Schneider after his he thinks his Gator for Holloway a normal 118

grapplers had defeated 15th squad should be ranked now | I I
ranked Kentucky 24.18 when particularly after their match GATOR MIKE COLLINS' ,

OF heavyweight Mark Totten with Kentucky the Gators 134 got caught on his back in JI
PInned' his foe Friday night as 30th 'straight dual meet the second period of his
the
2.000 and Kentucky was off
match
plus fans in victim.
photo by mike forrarlThalndependent
Alligator Alley Friday night frenzy quick start. ,
went wild. The to a .
t K for UF when they 'GEORGIA BOY' BOB SAV11LE ,



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t in- Florida Pool Saturday. their season. meet against Auburn and Student Government ':
The Lady Gators, who had UF'S WOMEN'S Georgia College.FLORIDA'S .
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competition since 1971, were the honors in a double dual first place honors overGeorgia's
no match for the Hurricanes meet in Athens, Ga., Friday 83.90 and Auburn's PRODUCTIONSCOORDINATOR
1 who boast eight Ail-American night over the University of third place 78.75.
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The Lady Gators scored a (
ABOUT 300 PEOPLE ahead .
managed to squeeze by
total of 88.19, over Georgia's
watched what everyone claims 78.13, and FurmanUniversity's two points on the bars.
S is the best swimming team in 61.21. "We barely hung onto our

S the country (UM) make a Gator coach Sandy Philips, lead during the beam," said and .
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qualified for the Associationof looked very professional," BACKETBALL team won
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Women (ALAW)Nationals in
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Clellan come out on top with dii
The Gator track team split teammate Neal Pyke a close
LIKE CURLS up and went to two different fourth.
meets this weekend but they MCCLELLAN WAS
made their presence felt at clocked in 9:15: with Pyke
HATE FRIZZ ? both.At. three seconds behind. $. f t'z
the Coliseum Indoor, in "1 was pretty pleased with 4
If you're Into the new, natural look in 'hair Alabama UF captured three both of their performances," 4

fashions you probably think perms are not for first places while freshman said Benson. "McClellan
you. Not true! Mike Sharpe broke a school actually lapped the whole
Redken has created a system of perming without record at New York's Millrose field and his time would have
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A 60 yard dash, trial seconds faster if there wasn'tall
hair
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System has protein polypeptides and a low PH six seconds flat, breaking The Gators also grabbed a 1..FC'i
(close to your hair's natural PH). The combinationof Nate Jenkins 1974 mark by pair of second place finishesas 3
a low PH, no free ammonia and protein one tenth of a second. Steve Ott leaped 6-10 in the x

polypeptides results in a perm that comes out The time was only one high jump and Hesley Bostic ,4:
better, is much more natural looking.If tenth off the world record. recorded a 7.2 in the hurdles. rs

you want your hairstyle to last without the "He's certainly estalishing KENNY PREVATT 41.
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But then the tide changed ;
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Regents look of admissions and dorm rate hike By KAREN MEYER Alligator St.ff Writer I he Board ol Regents is meeting this morning in Orlando to consider recoin mendations from the Anance commIttee. including one to lift the statewide freeze on admissions to all except entering freshmen The regents are also considering a facilities committee proposal that U F raise its student housing rental rates to help meet rising electricity and utilities costs. A controversial proposal to eliminate freshmen and sophomores at the University of South Florida and Florida Technological University is also being considered THESE AND other measures suggested by the finance committee are designed to '.ut back spending and to ensure that the 1975.76 legislative budget request will be no higher than this years. The regents are expected to act on a 9 JAAiES HENNESSEY sees eight percent rate increase liitiI)()Sdh ~2~liig I F~ititlioiit~ to IflttLd%1 eritri 'ales (oh ludent hoiisig ItcC(i~t Jiil~ in riiarried st iderit' intl tall LIudriri 1)1 ingle students LI I Di ret cur of I-Iou sing I a nit-s H cii ncsse~ ~ard it ~ould amount to about an 8 per cent I nercase 4icros the board, S Al~ student housing ~&otild increase about $20 per quarter for air cund tin ned spaces. SI (I per quarter tot ion -air con ditioned spaces. Hennesse, said MARRIED STUDENTS gould be paving about 55 more a month. with special adusiments for McGuire Village residents The proposal to eliminate lower division at USE and FFLI met with opposition from liSP President Cecil Mackey, who said it would cost nearly 3(k) 11SF faculty and stafl members their jobs. Mackey also said the proposal would discriminate against poor students who could not afford to move to Gaivesville. Tallahassee di dill ot stdtc 11111 titl.h lie edtWdti&,,i .1 bega,~iiing-ic~cl coul se are iiA .1' aIjbIc it tin or colleges. THE REGENTS staff estimated that elinhinatifiN freshmen at 11SF and FlU ~mId 'avt' $5 m illioTi next ~ear, with sophomores eliminated the following year for additional MiviTigs Because din action ot such import tall,, tinder he Florida A~imnist rat ye Procedures Act, he regents are tint expected to decide whether to a pprove the proposal ii itt I their March 3 meeting Regents .'re aIM, considet-ing adopting a budget plan that ~ould cut next year" t~cultx positions by 2 5 peacent system~ide and shift rotley budgeted br books. classroom. laboratory and maintenance equipment to pay for rising utilities costs. The Independent MONDAY FEB. 3, 1975 Florida VOL. 67, NO. 73 Koinshed by Lompos Communicohons inc Goin.svill., Flondo Not oft.cioily os.oc.ot.d wM. ib. Urhnrsa~y ol Florido Court delivers first cheating verdict By STUART EMMRICH Alligator Staff Writer The tiP Honor Court has recommended a student involved in the College of Business Administration cheating scandal be suspended for three quarters. The action taken Friday by the Honor Court was the first verdict passed in the cheating investigationThe student pleaded guilty. BYRON PETERSEN, Honor Court chief defense counsel, said he thought the penalty was fair. hut refused to discuss whether the student 'ass involved in the buying or selling of final exams, or if he was near the top of the alleged 'cheating ring." Although Honor Court officials had said they didnt expect to pass any sentences until this week, Petersen said the action was taken on Friday because the students mother was critically ill.'' Petersen said the suspension would be effective immediately if it is accepted by the Office of Student Affairs. Arthur Sandeen. UP vice president for student affairs, was not available for comment Sunday afternoon. THE NAME OF THE STUDENT suspended. like all of the students involved an the Honor Court investigation is being kept confidential in accordance with a Board of Regents policy mandating the secrecy of all Honor Court proceedings. All trials and summary hearings arc closed to the press and public. A request by the Alligator to have the hearings and trials opened to the public was denied by the Board of Masters BOM) Friday. ALLIGATOR EDITOR David Smith argued before the BOM that the proceedings should be opened up to "ensure fairness of hearings and to ensure the rights of the accused are not violated." The BOM. meeting in an emergency session with only two menibers present. denied the request on the grounds that the UP Student Body Constitution expressly prohibits the disclosure of the identity of the accused'' student. The action by the BOM came a day after an Alligator reporter was threatened with arrest for standing in the hallway outside the UP Honor Court while confessions were going on inside. HONOR COURT ARTY. GEN. Paul Marnish said he would have the reporter removed by the University Police Departmont. if he did not leave the area voluntarily. Marmish explained the son of a UP adniinistrator was inside confessing and would he recognized when he caine out. Marmish said I was told to protect the individual," but when asked who told him to protect the student, Marmish explained, I'm told to protect every individual involved.' MARMISH SAID liP Atty. Toni Riggs had advised him that he could have a reporter removed trom the area if it inhibits the business operation of the Honor Court.'' Riggs was contact at his home Sunday but refused to talk to an Alligator reporter about the statement by Marmish. (See Verdict' page live) Harris claims cheating saturated university By RON CUNNINGHAM Alligator A.od.te Editor Because of the growing scope of the in~esttgation into widespread cheating an the College of Business Administration. Honor Court officials now predict it ill probably extend into next quarter. The investigation has also turned up incidents of cheating outside the business college. Honor Court Chancellor Robert A ciosgjoo Harris said Friday horning. "IT HAS GONE beyond the Business College. it has saturated the entire unner* sin." Harris said. He declined. however to go into detail about specific instances. Honor Court Attorne' Gener3l Paul Macmush disagreed with Harris' evaluation of the extent of the cheating. He did admit. however. that he had in his possession at least one test that had been obtained 1kw a course outside the college of business. With the investigation becoming increasingly wore extensive, and involving a growing number of people. Harris has said changes are being made in the Honor Court itself iL, insure that the process does not depend on ape or two key officials"EVERY TIME I look there is niore and i,,ore evidence. I an, convinced now that at (the cheating) has stopped. but I still at this stage do not kno~ hos. '.ade spread it "as." Marnish said. 'Given the way the system as functioning. I don't knot ho~ far it ~rll go. or ho' man~ people will conic in." he said The Honor Court officials have also become concerned over the po~sibilitv of the ad ministration stepping in and Taking ~tt~ the in' esrigation and instituting its 0%' I' diwiplinar~ actions. "WE CAN'T turn this wa to the administration for t'~ o reasons. Harris said. 'One is that the~ .'ill probably get only halt of "hat "e night get, and the other is the' ~. ill probabh burn the students badly" Macmush added if the administration took (See investigation' page five) 4 photo by ger~. kachonh.~ r. Tee time Will she everget out of the sond trap? 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Pug. 2. Th. ind.p.nd.nt Florido Alligator Mondoy, F.brvory 3. 19/S Shah would Iran t loin oil embargo NEW YORK(LJPI) -[he Shah of Iran said Sunday any future oil embargo ~.nuId riot result in economic strangulaion of the undustrialied countries because many oil-producing nation' 'AnUld not join in it In an interview on CBS News"60 Minutes.' the Shah also said that the world s.oul~I get used to the newly acquired financial power ol the oilproducing nations he SC5'IOTI v' as taped Switererland. where the jiiilv were ~aeationiflg. in St Shah Ai,~ fuitire oil embargo, the Shah 'C mitt not be strangulation of the because ii, an coil rut ties will not icipate in the embargo. First of all. I flfl LOUIlI ry, '4C '4 ill not $ ~1 Mo r it,. and his said, West j~ at k n (I '4 I he Shah did not sa~ t~ lw any en' bargo might be cinstituted He predicted Venezuela. Nigeria Indonesia. as well as Iran. would not an enhargo. be r A 'H I j I It I arid Join Indian sel RI SI! AM. Wis (U P1)A group of armed lnddans .~ho a ii pied an a ii hey in this Northern W iscon' in hamlet iii nile iuui ,u ninth agreed Sunda~ to leave. ftc setaptuneed d.~ ally. a sluun~ it orce b~ National liii d Au ui~i cement 'A as signed about noon Sunda~ bet 'Acen the Florida man kidnapped 1)15 I IN. Fia. lull) -Iwo gunmen invaded the beach home of a savings and loan association manager about iuidnight Saturday, tied up his woman friend and kidnapped the nuan lot ransoni. an FBI spokesman said Sunday. 'There has been a demand for ransom and we are in the negotiation stage right now. an FBI spokesman said. [he gunmen fled in acar belonging to their hostage. Sidney Jones Ogletree. 42, but the auto was found abandoned a few hundred yards away, the FRI said. li-Ic FBI said the kidnapping occurred while other friends of Ogletree were on the beach just outside the house, but they iere unaware of it until they returned to the house and found the woman hound and gagged a few minutes after the incident. Bipartisan panei tariff WASHING ION urges delay (I'll -A bipart sat' toalItioTI of 4 ,iiciiibers of the joint ICOhlOill IL ( till iii tee of (on gres' urged Pi esid en Ford Sumt a; to dci a; i m p"' rig Ii' ghei oil mu port tes Sen Hubert H Huniphre~. D-Minn chairman of the committee, said the meritlier also called on the President to est .' hi sli ,, ii energ; pol c~ task force to develop a in ituali~ agreeable energ% policy U poii ~ hi ch pi o,,i p1 Co fl gi essioli a I act 'on might he I aken I-od implemented the first SI ot his price-raising S3-pcr-harrcl ertl(lc oil in vol t a' Sat ti i'd a~ as Coiigi es ~ orked ID legislattoil to milItI~ he iticrease iint ~icIav any ripnrt oil 1w 'XI ~hvs I he group ii. ged Ford to delay additional nereLtses in the oil import lee to give (ongiec additional 'ilk 0 Jd(ItCss 'our energ~ ~,rop)sal~ ii an rum rued and responsible ~as In a letter to the President, the group urged that the I ink Force on EnergN be made up of representatives from the administration and a bipartisan group ol House and Senate members selected by Democratic and Republican leaders. ge to end occupYing Indians. ~ ho call thenusel' es he Mcnoniinec Wairtor Stcets, anti the Alesiar, brothers, a Roitan C anholit order s~luich n is the 64-itton I'iiiltliiw In. ic, Is t~e{i is novitiate '~FIE INDIANS "ere riot c~pecncd io YICite he buildirw uintii Monday. Artley Skennadnie, an India,, mediator announced the settlement to niewsrnei. said, I he agreenient. negotiated Sunday calls ni title to the estate to be turned over to the Menomiriec tribe Feb. 22. the date the tribe is restored to reser' ation st alLis I he price for the facility '.as 'SI and future considerations.'' Skennadore said. I he Alexians had originally said they would sell the building and grounds for $75O,~ INCLUDED IN the agreement '.as a clause that the Indians must show a good faith effort the reimburse the Alexuan brothers. The occupation of the Abbey began New Years Day The area was immediately sealed ciT by law enforcement officials who were late relieved by Nationai Guardnen. Occasional gunfire was reported. During the drawn-out occupation area whites accused officials of coddling the Indians and threatened several tines to march to the novitiate and evict the occupiers. TIC v Ford' trave oy ALLA N J aNGLER Eddor psule budget S today to Congress WASHING ION (LIPII -President Ford sent ( oi~r1'ss j34~ billion 1976 budget Monday, warning than t~ pc~ceti ecord ol $52 record billion in deficit spend in cannot voided in t 'Dies like these.' "he budget faced certain opposition Iron diTher' at' disni a~ed by the red.mk spending. liberals anger id i-oposed slashes in welfare spending and IJenoi nil dread Ii tin g sonic of its key energy and emotion, ic pros 15111% REP. AL Ililniar, D-Ore. ehairnan of I he I is "nun Ways Means Committee, said Sunday it is hi~hh doubt Ii. Congress would approve many of Foid ~elthrc hacks. on the one hand. or his increiset Iden expendat s on the other. UlIrna xas interviewed on NBC-TVs Mcci the Press He discussed that about 16 billion of Fords proposed Si billion ir, spending cuts would affect ,eltare prtgranis. ilso indicated Ford might be seeking up to $11 billion no than last year for defense, with virtually no chance ol getti it. ANTICIPATING controversy. Ford gave newsmen bri preview of his budget Saturday. describing it as ''a budget, calling for expenditure of $349 billion -almost S billion a day He said spending in ihe 19Th fiscal year heginuumng liii' would exceed revenues by about $52 billion -.i delict CX ceded only by the $54.9 billion of 1943 -and an II l~LT L~ Increase 01Cr the $313.4 that will he spent hs he ut of th Iical ~car But lod '4*1 ed the #76 ~ILfkit &otild ~i~Iih~' ,it''IIicI io almost P0 Iillton it toiigress tIne' IThI ['I it oposed spending cut', many of then, in Sot nil Medicare and other welfare programs. AND FORD. a I belong conservat IW Li itt ii ri ciii balanced budgets. said the deficit spending is ilsP~ iictc'%d a revitalize the saggiriM economy We muM recognize that, in times like these. it Is goed national policy both to provide financial support no ho unemployed and to introduce a measured aniouiit of ad. (Iltional stimulus into the private economy by a ta~ reduc-: tion. Ford said. I-Ic appealed to Congress to walk that extra mule with nie' by approving both his new budget and his proposed pendingt cut. Although the size of the budget would suggest spendui9 increases in most major categories. Ford said mo.! of the deficit would be created by decreased federal tax restflU~ and sharp increases in spending for unemployment benefits. He said there were no new spending programs involved cxCC~ in the energy conservation field. N OFFER YOU CAN'T REFUSE SUPER LUNCH SPECIAL 10:30 am-Spin flI\if V -.--. 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COUPON GOOD UNTIL FEB. 5w a. .m I CORN ON ThE COB-FRESH '74 S era 4 PIece 1542W UNIVERSITY ocrossfron, the qrod library 'WOE WI BIGGEST BMW POTATO' Including SHRIMP mNNER*$2.39 CHILLS PtATE44~ HOT ROAST b SANDWICH WITh POTATO 1UIMMINOG $1.49 BROCCOU.HOMEMADE ONION RINGS 9 I I a I ----------------------------Th. Ind.p.nd.n. florida AJIIg.,0,, Mondoy, F.bnj.ry 3 1975 Peg. 3 Career employes ask for open budget review By GARY BALANOFF Alligator Staff Writer Ihe t areer Scrvace LnipIoye~ 1-ederation ((SEn "ill j~k Dr Robert Maui,. State tlniersity Systen' (Stis) chancellor. icr open hearings on the SUS and UP budgets. Dr Robert 9. Marston. U F president, met with representatives of the CSEF Friday afternoon, and told then, he woW~1 not oin them in asking for the hearings HOWEVER, MARSTON a~Ided. I have no objection to it. Dale Stratford. CSEF president. gave Marston a letter at the Friday meeting. stating the employs concern with the possibility of' layoffs at liP. Marston said it was 'iii possible or him to be responsible for rumor' spread by other sourcess about layoffs. but added the central administration had never 'aid there would be layoffs. "I CANNOT STOP rumors.' he 'aid. 'I assure you there are going to he i umors next Marston authorized the transfer of funds Wednesday from the 2. Hulls Miller Health Center and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences budgets to make up an S&ESXX~ deficit in the budgets of the other UP colleges. He received approval from the Board of Regents for the transfer Friday. I believe with this flexibility '.e can get through to the first of July' Marston said. I'm not going to fire people' THE BUDGET FOR 1975-76 will be constructed by July I. After that date, that is a whole Aew ballgame." Marston said. The general assumption is that it's going to be a tight year." This year. the university is going to carry out its comnhitments." he said. We are not convinced there aren t unnecessary funds being spent' Stratford said. Drug theft DALE STRATFORD employ. g.odor "IF THERE ARE '.ays we can save funds I would certainly like to know those," Marston replied, 'it would sure be nice to lind sonic alternatives. Stratford also asked Marston for a public apology for the statement of Phylis Dwell. Marstons assistant. At a demonstration by the CSEF in front of I igert Hall Thursday. Druell said, "It's a pretty motley looking crew, isn't it?" referring to the demonstrators I do not believe if I had been there. I would have made such a statement." Marston said. I'm sure I would not.'* involves three Three UP freshmen have been referred to the Office of Student Conduct for their involvement In 3 theft set up by a fake drug purchase. according to University Departnent (UPD) Information Officer fin, Shuler Shuler said two residents of You Hall faked arrangements to buy marijuana from ~ North Hall resident. THE STAGED PURCHASE wjs interrupted by a third You Hall resident "ho grabbed a footlocker containing the marijuana and ran away with it. Shuler said. A witness to the theft reported the incident to UPI) after the victim was "roughed up and threatened, Shuler said. Officers apprehended the thieves in their rooms and recovered the locker and its contents. Shower said. SHULER SAID no arrests were made because possession of the drugs could not be proven, and the North Hall resident refused to press charges for the theft (it his locker. Sears arrested for campus The arrest of an l&year-old Santa Fe Community College student by University Police Department (UP!)) has led to the recovery of more than StiCO worth of property stolen during recent autobreak-ins on campus according to UP!) Information Officer Jim Shuler. Jeffrey Leroy Sean. 307 SW 16th Avenue, was arrested Wednesday night, according to Shuler. and charged with the theft of a tenspeed bike. SHULER SAID Sean revealed the name thefts and address of an accomplice in the bike theft. UPD Investigator K. W. Overitreet went to the address to question the accomplice, but the youth escaped through a rear exit. Shuler said. A SEARCH OF THE PREMISES tincovered the cache of stolen goods, ShuleT said. Shuler said Sears .nd his accomplice may have been involved In as many as 13 auto larcenies on campus. All of the can except one wre Volkswagons. Dorm robber escapes from UPD A nineteen-year-old UP student was robbed in her dorm room Sunday morning, according to University Police Department 4UPD) Information Officer Jim Shuler. Patrice Bittner. of Broward Hall. reported she tound a white male in her roan, about 2:43 am. Shulet said. The subject. described a~ being between 19 si fl "*ars of age: dmsed in a t)ower'prlm shirt and dark brown pants and having medium length light brown hair, was found holding Bittne&s wallet. Shuler said. The thief pushed Rittner quinit a wall and fled into the ball. Shuler said. Another white male joined the thief near the second floor study lounge and the pair ewe ped. 4 Shule, said the InvetlgatioftIs continuing. t

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P~. 4,1%. Ind.p.,d.o* florid. AMigator, Monday. F.bn.ory 3. 975 Office to aid affirmative action with central ized fly JANET PARK Alligator Staff Writer I he Alachua County afflrmauc action plan soc,' will tided b~ a cenralied personnel office, according to Milton Baker. acting business manager or the county commission Baker did not know when the office would be ratted or when (he stati would begin work [he system br counts hiring is no'. ~1one K individual departments'' Baker said. 'Were in the process ot trying to set up this office UNDER THE county's ittirniative action plan. (here are certain 'target areas' br hiring, he said. The centralized office viii have certain goals lot hiring wonien and minurit' workers. Ihe plan. adopted Nos 12 by the commIssion, calls bra woman or minority worker to be hired tot one ot evety two ~acant positions in the county. ACCORDING to Federal Aid Coordinator Dale Mc Pherson. no new positions will be ereawd to employ more ,,iinorites. The natural turnover rate will open enouMh positions to correct inequities in percentages ot women and minority workers as conpared to white males i. Geils Band cancels scheduled concert The I (jells Band concert scheduled br last night "as canceled because ol a band members illness, Steve Block, who is in charge of Student Government Productions, said SC received a telegram Saturday to jell then, Seth Jusiman. the band, organist, has an upper respiratory disease, and that the concert must be canceled The University Box Office in Constans Theater will refund tickets beginning Wednesday at noon. Its very possible they will be rescheduled We just doni know. Block said personnel L ndcr (he lan. C. ouni~ Aij,,iirstrjtor Ho, 11(1 WLVIIOfl Is I csponsiblc lot tlcpsrtriiciit' undci him titn~~ dfl LflipltiSC rccrult n~c"l I I hi~ lisi wll lie luinished us hc new l~creatcd perOhlIlil ~flice, winch wlI islect person qualified to hold mint' position .U1(l let department~ ii~Lc heir selecuoji Iroili this list 'Operation tickets for Struck enforcement of btqcle safety Life bikers laws K the University Police Department UPD? began Saturday 'Operation Lite. bike salety, program sponsored ointlv k (he Gainesville Police Department. the Alachua County Sheriff, Department and IJPD. will nican traffic tickets for cyctists violating trathc regulations. rhe program, according 10 UPD Chief Audie Shuler. is designed "to sake protective measures'' to prevent bike related accidents, not simply to issue tickets. tickets will he issued br the following ovations. *Running ~' stop light or stop sign: *Not utilinng existing hike paths. .1 raveling the wrong way on a one way street *Drivin~ against he low ot traffic on the lefi side ot he oad Speeding tickers will riot he issued I here has not been hike related traltic death on campus. according to UPD Inbormation Officer Jim Shuler. hut 48 l)COPlC were injured in accidents in 1974 Shuler said two bicycle accidents resulting in Inlurles o.xured during the week ending Feb. I, one on the main campus and one on UPs P.K. Yonge property CAMERA SHOP FACTORY COLOR The man from Unicolor will be hero ONE DAY THURS ONLY FEB. 6 Demonstration times: 11:30 1:30 2:00 4:00 I55 ,. ITI" in, Univ. SPECIAL -THIS WEEK ONLYYour s-track car tape player $12.95 cleaned2 lubricated. SOUND DOCTORS Behind Sound City In front of Shoppe One 1251 NW 4th Ave. 371-8913 electronic calcdctcxs SR-b $59.95 ______________________ -S. SR-li ~~.4~.'. $67.95 L SR-50 $119.95 ____________ NEW LOW PRICES Above Prices Are Below List FLORIDA BOOKSTORE 1914 WJkimufty Ave. Au. From 1k., Wut SEE "DON'T 2~2 W& ..

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Tb. tnd.p.nhn~ Rondo AJIIgoor. M.ndoy F.brucvy 3 1975, Peg. S Rabbit IN)N'I' BUY ANY (All ~I4 idililT ')o 111)1' .)() ,EE~ ~3.O98 IAN ~I. PHI4.F MILLER-BROWN 4222 N.W. 13 St. ItI'A tr~lb 4 ~'~I Verdict ft rofl~ /~agc on ci I represent flh jeni~ I don I r~~resenr he Ahhiguor IIi~s Marnish said the tontessini4 '1, partit. I in~oI~ecI a tCldti~ti bet., liSt' 'I hi, pt'rsor, 'preil ill ross t hr P1 RI jUL/INC di hit St LI 111514 \4 5,11(1 Necrc&% ot the siu~lerts iIad~ Irporlant ~. hem it 01 In .ictIliinistrator S 1.1flW S ii' hi. 1t~ pipe. I iridi~ ittutI ,iike hiN U \P)I;ILiIIIIL< i'\ eJ'i'rt~ '4 ih~u~elt CFt *t'i~4Iltci tCtULit to cot 'PIimflhliv I tLIti[(]I1 K .ilh I l.~ %4.ti ,vIh .ii~iett i4(~L~i.i hat the 'rtt'eIlcc I a ep)(irtt'i it the Honor ( ourt or two tturiStcur ~e lights had ,locked the p.issibilmis ci an ciIatm~t' htflestigaumon "CONFESSIONS have taller off substitnIialI~ nice he "ord ~ot out there ~a' a reporie, sitting h~ he door l-'ervone is atraid hit the' arc voin~ lobe hr lirsi one to ha; their name in he paper Marnish saul M arm ish sad he had hoped all the inI' ~Itals n~oIed ttot'Id conless before being tot ch.iiged. hut said the puhlcit~ had iiii~ic that ini1,ossible ntw I t~ertsthe students eve mailed their lornial cliar~cs Fida~. and another 2(1 in(rntttItlns "ill he sent earl' hi% ~cek MORE SUMMARY HEARINGS 'nil hc~i ii the ii, uld Ic U t hi' ~ ak In a elated matter he VP ihuptet it pirolcssioiial lout iiaIlM%. iassect .4 i esolutioti NLd;I~)thhtIt1g lit ILIcililliS to oj~cri ill fltiritt ( 'ull It us aiid leavings itt I is',oliiti&,ii ~dS tiildTtIllOtiSh I~JS\L(l In lit' I ~t2Ctiti~C t)fltililttCC intetilig SI)X 'ii s~'eci&il vetting called hundia~ ,,hcr,,otu~ rIlE RESOlUTION READS In idt,. When he ioLrtr'~)n1 S (10,1(1 to the mhlic. tilt ,)Cs~ that spreads the oe~' s oh the ~rJpc' me Rumors spi cad liar' ol her, misc and (Ian1Jglt~g In innocent ieoi)le In t hi' a' moN phere c~ ervotic loses. espcu.m!l~ he innocent '' the resolutior, read: SDX President Burr) 1-riednian said he 'AaS lining to 'resent the resolution at the ~eneraI iieeting iii SDX this ~.eek or heir appro'al. Investigation(From page v),id over. students ~tould have probably~ have to go through 'administrative hcarinMs. where they can suspend ~ou riNhi away and where you would have to come back later tp defend your rights" Marmish originally estinated that a' many as 2(X) students flay be involved 'p the cheating. and said Friday those estimates may still hold. But he added some ot the students under suspicion have leA town and one was even out of the country. "UNLESS THEY come back and tell us what they did, we wont know. If they don't come back there's going to he people who wont get caught.' Marmish said. Harris. Marmish. and Chief Defense Counsel Byron Petersen are in the process of reorganizing the Honor Court to cope with an ever-widening investigation. All three officials have expressed concern over having to ~.ork long hours on the iniestigation. sometimes working until 4 or 5 urn All three are lull-unit students and have complained of lolling behind in classes MARMISH HAS ADMIflED making sner~tl ni stakes In I he course of the inestigation because ob has ing to do too nianv things m~sellV' We ha' c in torn,,, toil 5 led on i tidex cards on every person who has been implicated. course is involved, what exam, and who said so. People who gave confessions are filing to testify against these people. Mannish said But he told of at least one instance in which mbormation accumulated ot, card turned out to be wrong. Now Ini going to crosscheck every case to see if they're really right. This may have gotten out of hand." he said. HE ALSO ADMIflED granting immunity to one suspect in return for information, but said because he didnt tell his staff of his action, the informer was called back br questioning. He came back hysterical.' Harris said. 'He complained that he had been granted immunity and then called b.ek." Marmish said he 'pumped him for some more information' and let the immunity stick. He denied that any others were granted imniunity. saying the rest of the interrogations are legitimate. except for a certain amount of bluffing. PETERSEN SAID there were 45 Information cards on suspects ready to be filed. but added only 25 will be processed this week ~,,gh 20 more being held to check br inborm.utior, error' Petersen said the Honor Court will he 'institutionalized so that he, Marniish. and Harris would be able to 'step out of the system' without a breakdown occurring." Marmish has already indicated he would be leaving the Honor Court next quarter and did not expect to see the investigation through. CHANGES WILL INCLUDE new offices br both the defense and prosecution, larger stalTs and new rules of procedure being set up. 'We will have rules set up so that people in the hierarchy can step in and handle the investigation in ease one of us drops out.' Petersen said. In addition, the Honor Court is requesting 13.0(X) from Student Government to hire court stenographers to record confessions and test inlony. THE STUDENT SENATE will probably vote on the appropriation at their next meeting Tuesday night. Marnish said the system is becoming overloaded as more people come into confess. So many people did come in I was beginning to wonder if it was because of the publicity and out of fear of what would happen to them if they didn't," Marndsh 'aid. He said he became concerned that many persons were confessing without proper counseling, and began to advise people not to come in until after information is filed on them. rilelta Delta Delta Sorority Is ordering a Scholarship All Full Time Undergraduate Women Eligible Applications Available At. Service Proects Chairman Dean of Women & Director of Financial Aid Format information call I Ic at: 373.2501 or 376.0962 ~ttwrW~dNne for Completed Apg1IICUttdfO~ MUCCIt:1, 197$. DR. NJ. STWENS DR. RICHARD STEVENS OPTOM EU 1ST MOVED TO '831 NW. 13* St ACROSS FROMOAI N ESV LLE *4 ION SCHOOL PHONE 372-1229 tIFF-SET PRINTING FROIV~ CAMERA-READY COPY 3.95 for 200 copies Copies as low as cent 9.9 5perl.OOO Same day service on mos t orders Renaissance Printing Inc. 1632 West Univemity An. In the Renaissance Fair 372-7486 I PAUL MARMISH maintains secitty GREAT POCKET CALCULATOR I A. F I ii r. Sq.,. bet Squwn N a ci p. a I Mowr y MOW ONLY $ 49.95 With Memory Down town L~ ua. S '-I-

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Pog.~, Th. lnd.p.dn*Flovlda Alligo*or Monday F.bruory 3 US No Shevin against Reports that florida Au Gen. Robert Shevin might si the Board of Regents f cutting ofT lower divisic students at two stal 'in iversit Cs are qull erroneous.'' Asst. Atty Cci John Iuigic sad Thursday. An ofT hand remark made was apparent nii~construed." Ingle sal rhere were statewic reports Thursday that She.: might sue the regents if th4 ~oted to abolish freshmen ar sophomore classes at U University of South Florida* lamp, and FIori~ Technological University Orlando, as is proposed. Ingle raised the possibili olsuing the regents based some runiors I'd heard th they were going to pass th thing (lower division cut-oft without approval of 0 Cabinet," The Florida Cabine which also serves as the sta Board of Education, mu approve all rules all regulations passed by il regents. suit regents V. IC Between one InternalLOndI and one American Monday b Wednesday 400BOOPM Baptist Student Center hitegnati on. & Americas Interested n~ltilt in action Conversant onal Enqish one bour oer w~ek U ROBBtT SHEVIN -aftomey general 'My only concern was that the regents might try to pass this thing without Cabinet approval.' Ingle said. uulfthey did that, then a suit would be a possibility." Ingle said he has met with the regents legal counsel, and l~as been told the regents would not pass such a lower division cut-off without the Cabinet's approval. WHAT'S HAPPENING IDENTITY GROUP: begins this week, sponsored by Student Health Service, to cover the questions ''Who am j) and Where am I going' I-or I~i~her information call 392-1171 or stop h~ the lnIirnar~ room 354). NOW ANTHOLOGY: the National Organiation for Women (NOW) ~.ill he accepting original poems. ~rit.ng'. photographs and dra~.ings br publication in NOWs Anthology. Please submit them to the NOW office or mailbox. 3rd floor of the I. W a~ne Reit, U mon. For further in. borniatioi~ call 373-164,2. BLOCK AND BRIDLE: '.ill nice' tonight at 7 in McCarty Hall room G086. Speaker '.iIl be Wayne Brandenburg of the Anchor Labs Inc. RESEARCH ADDRESSZ Accountability and the Future ot Basic Research'' is the topic ol the address by Dr Yonne Brackbill U~ay at 4 i~.m. In McCarty Auditorium For rut-ther ,nibrniation call 392-2295. DISCIPLES OF SRI CHINMOY: sill speak tonight at 1 he 1. Wayne Reitz Union. room 362 TM LECTURE: sponsored I,, the Iranscendental Meditation Society will be held In Murphree Comnions tonight at 7. For further information call 378-2742 HIKING CLUB: '.ill flied tonight at N in Florida Gym. non, 220. [hey '.ill discuss future hikes and the spring break hike through the Smoky Mountains. EDUCATION SC: The College ol Education Student Council II meet tonight at 7 in Norman Hall. room Ill. For further ittorniation call 392.6589. ENGINEERING DAMES: ~iIl nicer tonight at 7:30 at 1501 NW 4%!, terrace. For timber information call 373.3887. BRAIN LECTURE: 'Arocas Area' is the title of the lecture sponsored by the Communication Sciences Laboratory to be held Tuesday at S p.m. in Little Hall. rwnl 121For further inforniarion call 392-2044,. ext. 33. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE COLLEGE ORGANIZATION: holds weekly testimony meetings at 7 p.m. on Tucidayson the 3rd floor of the I Wayne Reitz Union in room 339. For Ibriher information call 373-1850. RELIGION AND YOUR MARRIAGE: is the topic for discussion Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. u the Married Student Center. 1320 W. University Me. Free child care 'ill be provided. For further information call 377.8125. SPELUNKERS: The Florida Speleoloical Sociely will meet tuesday at 7 p.m. in Little Hall. room 215 For further information call 378-b144. ERA MEETING: G~iines'ille Organizations ibr the Equal Rights Anendnien .,ill iiake j'Ins icr lobbying and the it writing ofletters to legislators to pass the ERA. Wednesday at 7:30 ~l1l. at 419 NE I st St For further inforniation call 3'3'(101 '4 -** ~%v~b.J ************ ** Cd 3114405 ** TERMS EVERYTHING MUST BE SOW GOING OUT FOIlCED TO MOVE OUR BUSINESS SOME NEW SOME USED Krnq S!fl bed coflipifitS SI 4~ 95 S piece b.&OOM ~uYS $~ 50 Nib's Innw$ Si fl.och ~nrg roan' chain 53O *COnTh wile $6925 ~ piece dinette ~eI .~ 95 ~'~itr*,it Sptng. $9 ~5 Jwn bed. carrphete Sn ~ Heo.ycoip*t9k12 11950 100's OF OThER ITEMS CASH OR FURNITURE CITY Corn., ai to,, Univ SE S St Anon irorTi H. cOuntIioufl S Wilson Depi Store

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EVERY MONDAY NIGHT PIZZA BUFFET 531120 PICK YOUR FAVORITE' and garden fresh salad. B a r g a i n < ~ Selection of flavor baked pizza $1.59 S Pizza nu~ 316 SW. 16th Ave 376-4521 Th. nd.p.nd.n* Florida AilIgatr. Monday. February 3. 1915 Pa;. 7 ng groups plan hearing tight to sonch~rn i disc Mhi1flc~ troiti state un~Is I he n~cetun~~ (11(1 ,ot accomplish anyihu,~ substantial. 'lie icided In .sens:. it ii he 14,das hearing) ~ a' .i disappointment.' Dv, Ron Carpenter. 'ice chairman of the American A ssoc, at ion of 1' in ersit V ~ A A UP-Fl a ). said Hut hi' .idde~l there's ust too much at stake'' to move ahead too last Ii ~.mald he a ti~aster it all parties didn't proceed in a pr tud cut way he said I here w as ri ich disc' ss'on a bout the possa hi I ty of (june51 lIe as a site for sonic of the hearings I i at her strongly urged that t hes hold all i he hearings bert, Leadon said I think it would be .i con' enience to e' ervone to hold 'onc of the hearings ii Gainesville. Mcgill said. 'be conini issioll will ~Ieternu inc the site of the hearings B, GARY BALANOFF Alligator Staff Writer I icLIIh collectui c bargaining groo ps '.11 have until Friday to skibnt It SU ~gest OTis on whet, and where formal hearings "ill be ~orf ideti b~ he Public Em ploves Relations Coniiiission lit ilirnial hearings Friday in Tallahassee. representatives 'I he acflt~ ~rou ps ~ crc unformed by commission counsel 'fl s NI aL k t hei should make ~ ritteti statements ci their p ic It re ices We j~r(ipo~e(l the earliest possible date for the beginning ii formal hearings. Dr. Ken Mcgill. united Faculty of Florida tillF) state secretary. said. But Mack sad the Iie-nienber eomn,'ss'on will have final IeterrflLnati(,n over where and when the hearings will begin. Is 'wil as the order of presentation. He sad 10-20 days will probably be sufficient for hearings such hearrt.~s staried Match 10. as Mack projected, they Mild continue Cl Cr' day until spring quarter begins. \her that date. hearings i.ould be conducted three days t~cck until their ogiclusion. I he kc~ issue to be decided in the normal hearings will be I he sI/c ot iii elective bargaining units. \hcr ii is determined whether separate colleges will have cheii nii units an election will be held to determine collective Hat gaining agents br the members of the unit. It ~ is hoped certain "'alters could be settled at Friday Ii Car in in Cr11) of si ,e of u ni'. However. Board of Regents p. ~cts could not agree with faculty organizations conentions t h.it graduate assistants with more than 54) per cent research-teacling loads, and department chairpersons should he included in any bargaining unit. Another rnaior tropic ot discussion Friday covered the options concerning hiring hearing officer br the formal hearings. commission member or someone from the division of administrative hearing examiners will be hired by the participating groups. [liii is the kind of case where you need an experienced hearing officer. Mack said. lie question hinges on finances. Dr. Bernard Leaden. UF Engineering Faculty Association president, said. [he groups will be tbrced to pay for the hearing officer. Several of usobject to this in principle" Leaden said. They faculty groups Budget top city A special presentation suggest Oils changes agenda concerning downtown redevelopmeni and proposed budget adjustnients for Gainesville during 1974-75 are on the agenda for the city commission meeting Monday night [he special presentation by the Department of Community Development will show what the downtown area will have to otter when it is renovated. A NEW ORDER by the Public Service Commission on a continuing report over fuel adlustmeTnt charges will also be discussed at the 7 p.m meeting. ~hcr items on the agenda are: *A report by City Manager B. Harold Farmer on the status of the SW 16th Avenue extension and bikepath. *A resolution scheduled to be read by UF Women Student AtTain Director Cindy Shellenberger on Internation Woniens Year 3975. PAID FOR AT USUAl ADViRTISING RAID IF Dv H ORKE FOR ANY OF THESE STUDENT GOVERNMENT GROUPS Accent All College Counci$s LAO Florida Players Gotor Growl FUK Homecoming lntran~uroIs Musical Groups Technical ServIces (Public Functions Authority) Samson 5G. Productions S.G. Elections (Pollworkers) IroNic Court Paid SO. Officials DURING THE PAST YEAR P1 SE COME TO RM. 310 JWRU AND PICK UP YOUR I -" q ..4 r S based owl

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Pog.5. Th. ind.p.nd.n* floddo Ailigoto, Monday. F.brvo.y 3. 975 EDITORIAL A hero the dust Flipping through last quarters Alligators, we wince when we conic to the Nov.25 issue. On that day an ibis space we sang the praises of a not-so-famous man. Paul Marmish. Of course these days you can't read The Alligator -or the Gainesville Sun. or the Orlando Sentinel, or the St. Petersburg Times, or the Miami Herald, or listen to the radio or watch television -without knowing who Paul Mannish Is. As Honor Court Atty. Gen. Mannish is the chief prosecutor in the investigation into alleged mass cheating in the UF College of Business Administration. It is an investigation. Marmish says, that may involve 200 UF students. But in fact, because of the secrecy of the investigation, it potentially involves all 1,700 students in Matherly Hall; it pulls into the muck of suspicion every employs from professor to janitor. Last Friday, without notice and contrary to previous statements, the Honor Court secretly tried and convicted the first student accused of cheating. The court recommended to the Student Conduct Committee that the student be suspended from LJF for three quarters, a recommendation that most likely will stick. But back to Nov. 25. That was the day we compared Paul Marmish to Elliott Richardson, the former U.S. Atty. Gen. who resigned rather than be a part of the subversion of Constitutional government by the Nixon Administration. At issue in November was whether the Honor Court would have jurisdiction over secret meetings by members of the Activities and Services Fees Advisory Committee, meetings that violated the Student Government-in-the-Sunshine Law. Mannish was the prosecutor in that case. And when Tigert Hall decided it would not put a hold on the records of students charged with breaking the Sunshine Law, thereby leaving the Honor Court with no way to enforce it. Marmish threw up his hands and quit in protest. We called his resignation. on Nov. 25, an act of heroism. We praised Marmish for having the guts to back up his belief that there is no greater danger to democracy than government behind closed doors. But now Paul Marmish is back at the Honor Court. and something between Nov. 25 and now has changed his attitude. After dropping vague hints about horrible deeds committed by UF students, some of whom he claims are the children of "important" persons around the state. Mannish supports the decision to keep the trials of accused cheaters closed to the public and the press. For sonic reason Paul Mannish doesn't want the public to know what he's doing in room 346 of the student-built i. Wayne Reitz Union. And he doesn't want the public to know who he's doing it toOur best guess, with egg on our face. is that we were just plain wrong about Paul Mannish. And to Elliott Richardson, we apologize. *LEADERS?~ ~ ~VU CAN fl~E (XII WCM' FIflA WHEA2V~R fli A2~ Changing face of colonialism Recently the Caracas magazine Bohemia published an article about the possibility of an armed U.S. invasion of Venezuela. a Latin American signatory of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). IN HOLLOWLY timorous I.nguage the magazine mouthed the old catches about Latin American solidarity before gringo 'big stick" diplomacy. The Venezuelan nationalist position, as Bohemia stated it. was "simply one of defense against outside aggression.' The Venezuelans have little to fear If the energy-hungry U.S. were to invade any country, it would probably be one of those less-populated sheikdonis of the Arab oil magnates. Anyway, the U.S. has come a long was since the time of the armed military invasions of Santo Domingo. Nowadays, if the Yankees wanted to call the shots, they wouldprobablyopt to dosocovertly instead of overtI). as had happened in prc*coup Chile. THE MAJOR point boils down to this: in today's world who really has the spiraling potention for good old-fashioned naked imperialism' We contend, at's certainly no longer the flnanciallybeleaguered United States. This is not to say that Uncle Sam can't march Into some foreign land and erect a flag over all he sees, nineteenthcentury style. The U.S.' military clout remains, for the moment at least, respected. But political and economic observers everywhere have been lately noticing subtle shifts in the loca! of world monetary power. SOARING US. and European trade deficits to OPEC members alone attest to the violability ol the onceunchallenged Western business and political interests. With the Arabs buying into West German auto factories. quietly negotiating for bank ownerships in California and Michigan. and speaking softly about shortand long-terni loans from such institutions as the Chase. Manhattan-ont can sense that certain essential global economic factors are an flux. The Independent Florida Alligator CU GMn~4~ I NA. Tooy K.ndzor Jam. V. Cook Mn Ev.lyn 6.t Mn. Maiphor, C. Roy Shipp Ton, Mc~N.nqr., Ray M~O. Jr Donna Lob.,,. Any Maw lyndo Koml.r 1. DEan Snyd.t ~ nnSeMr Ice WflflA RICHARD DURKHOLDER STAFF WRITINGS What as evolving basically, is the potential groundwork or a new form of uniformed soldiers, exports little or ro homeland culture, and hoists no national banners on hyh It is a brand*new. non-nianifest-desitny colonialisni rooted in computers, niocroeconomics. and college-trained per~onnel. IN SHORT. a colonialism of delicate, but anc~ord'Le economic imperialism. A grabbing up. if you ~.all. l'~ he fortunate possessors of crucial energy resources of the nower to decide the rest of the Western world's collective lace For much of the West this fiscal expansionism tv the iii producers is necessaryto avert eventual collapse. flic ni.i~'i't funds collected by the OPEC countries have to be re-in~e~tcd in foreign holdings because a) presently their own II.IIIOFII cannot absorb this new fiscal incrementation and. [4 more especially for the U.S. its in the oil exporters best Ir1terC%(~ to pump funds into faltering foreign economies so as a Lee1, Western markets and-some argue. Western LIWCn~C systems-intact. This as in marked contrast to imperialistic tililes ot ~)rC gone are the days olforcible territorial takeover ond ~anihetI is the usually-dejected spirit of the conquered. Instead, the vanquished are welcoming the arrival ol the victors-or at least, of the Victors' money, which as to keep the colonies solvent. THUS, WHILE the new colonialism is still in It% ntarlQ concerned bystanders are well-advised to keep an eye oil it' potential ramifications for world commercial avid political influence. And, if necessary. to control imperial abuses while the' ire still n~anageablc. David Smith Mator-in.chi.t David WJ.In I News Editor TrrI Wood Managing Editor ~c.na bugmon Layout Mao, Gwwml Aa.i son, Genial Monq. AdnInlsroilv. A.SS., BoSn. Maup, kcovnnot Mvni Sng Mn,. Atv.qiISng CwdI.ae 9.cIol kcltoqt. Cdiessc Mn,,g NSa Mawg. Ulu.s~ ftS.c#oe Mngr wital P.uduewen M.,. C.cul.M. 4 CIaSfl.daMon Jon. Lay.flSho' PublluMd by Ca.npmj. Comm,,nK-atiorr. iii I P.O. lox l22~d UnIv.rSI*Y StoMa,,, GoIawwilh. Ao.~da whIt @40 Ic. behind t. C.II.r inn. 1726 WaS UnInI* A.ou. t.dna Cite. An: IS MM. MindS bpnr n&aU MndlSng end Pr.tuction tune ISMS j bites

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S -~ Th. Indep.nd.n* F4oddo MIIgcnr. Monday, F.bru.y 3. 1975, Pug.9 Ron S raisi ng money for his o dboss lie scandals and trials of Watei~atc \I)iTIiihiiLt lilt ~wandoneha~ years. hac ,roducetl j ~,ea ~terC5tiflg fallout. One of the "lost I OCUTlI it hese i~ makingg tour travels of many ol the Watergate pi-iti( pd neludifig both convicted and cnn~ictng p.~irtiupani~ THIS IS REALLY not hing ne~ Figures l)rfliwlll into t lie public eye by their famous (or it' Ia flio US Ct intl i~ 1 ~ C I ~gc ii to parlay their notoriety Into profit throii~h ~Iiii~~ "I vi' 1w speeches about their involsemert ~nt~ider (Iiflbrd Irvingsince his absurd Fiototi FI~hcs ,iyraphY fraud, he has been a guest nit ndn~crnu. ilk sh~s and ha been doing more ~.riting (riot it, Iiieflhit>ti still r~irn~ oil his bogus biography.) All fl ill. he his done quilL ~elI for a charlatan. OPINION Which brings us to a case in point, right here at our mm halls or ivy: Mr. Ronald Zielger is (through the courtesy of Accent 75)coming toUF to speak next month. FOR ThOSE of you who may not know him. Ron is the man who gave up his illustrious career as a barker at Disneyland to become former President Nixon's Press Deceiver. His job wastoconvey Mr. Nixon's falsehoods to the .ini lie iubLii N oh ROTH '40150 ~outl "i jut ~nttcr iil&, telL ~.ho ~mas the better liar Nixon Or Ron. \\ eLk. Ni wit ~ gone no~' and so is Ron. We can be thankful that ncr ihoiivh ~c hate a boob or a President. at least his Pt ess saret~,, ~ is (re(Iiblc in; Ron is niak.ig a speaking tour around die country ii pca!ar1ccs here is not halt a' bad as lici e ht student mono ~' ill be going N ii lii rpt)se in this series it ccii, res is tt~ raise none~ or its 1(1 boss Ni 'on A rid that's exactly where U Es Accent llitiTlCS iS ZOiil~ (I I his is atrocious APPARENTLY, it is riot enough that Nixon is tree Irom itosecut intl or his presidential abuses, is receiving a prc~ideuts petition and is going to receive various other 'im'nies, such as huge payment for his memoirs. No, he must send out his henchmen, like Rabbi Baruch Kortf and Ron Ziegler. to bilk the American public for even iliore nlor~ey. on the patently false pretense that he needs it to I~a~ legal tees. In a talk with Barry Goldwater the other day. Nuon expressed his intention to get hack into Republican politics Can this fund-raising be a prelude? JOHN LILES And iii this Nixon hie~ery. Ziegler has hc lull cooperation I ii Ut (flA ii Sit' lcii t (an C! "'cut, through Accent IT WAS not .is it Accent h .id ii 0 01 her F)rLIS pCel to c home troni One .1 the other possible speakers was N BC personaltt~ Barbara Walters. who (along ~i4h mv number of other people ~ ould have been infinitely preferable to Ziegler I h ~ 'a ill e situ a' on arose in Boston recen tI Ziegler ~ as invited to s~~ea k .r Boston U university. again at a high price It was looking good for Nixon But then the students got wind of ~.ho was coming Protest arose, and the student government threwdrw their invitation to Ron. SUCH A course would benefit this university also. the objection to Zielgers appearance here is not to what he may or may not have to say, but to the fact that his payment would, in fact, he payment to one of this nations most ignominious and corrupt leaders -Richard Nixon. It would be wise for Accent (which is now conducting a survey on the subject) to reconsider its invitation to Ziegler. Perhaps UF's -and Rosont's -students can give it the incentive to do so. ADVICE & DISSENT Defending our farm systems EDITOR: Some thoughts on our much maligned niodern agricultural systenis. This letter is written as a plea to take emotions and "in slogans" out of discussions of agriculture I he starving millions are all too visible to us to turn our hacks on them and demand Utopian pastoralism. it is agreed that the world is in sad shape due primarI~ to o'erpopvlation whid, has paved-under arabic land, allowed land bo be depleted loom poor agricultural practices (in countries such as India. China as well as our own) and created too many mouths to feed. We are caught in a vicious cycle of the malnourished "have nets' populating themselves into oblivion. The answer is not to dismantle the system that produces the food and let millions starve and die. Population control and agricultural production must go hand in hand, till we hit on a happy medium. One has to be very naive to believe we Can Just "go back to the land," Much of our own land here in Florida for example is marginal, at best adapted to grazing. Organic material is fine and essential but so are trace ninerals which mans has to add to his land in order fbr the plants to grow. I anti a farmer of sorts (ten acres) and I enjoy it but it is not my life's vocation. Modern agriculture has given us a choice. We can ~o to a university and lean, about anything we are interested in Including agriculture which has given us these chokes m.d trade., from a daily hand to mouth existence. We can't turn back the clock, but maybe we can become aware of our probluus and solve them in realistic terms. The future looks bleak unless we change attitudes about Population. WltIUfllptWIi. pollution. etc. Education is the only way to do that and full bellies are essential before minds can COtlCtntntc. Only modern agricultural systems can give its that lead thu. EDITOR: I '.ould like to comment on the Alligators coverage of the Women Track competition against the Li niverst~ ol Tennessee. Since the coverage consted of two short paragraphs, I feel that the reporting "as totally inadequate. fhe athletes who participated in this meet had trained diligently for several months, In Knoxville. they represented the University of Florida with pride and felt that they had achieved considerablyThe least the Alligator could have done it list the complete line scores of the meet. First class achievement should not be reported in a second class fashion. Helene T. Rhine 7PE Faculty by chosen departments EDITOR: In regard to the refusal of the President of the University to place Dr. George Cornwell in some other department after the School of Forestry turned him down. I must say this. I would hate to be part of a University where the President had the power to inflict a professor on any department. According to the best academic practices in our state university system and according to AAUP standards, new faculty members are chosen by the faculty and chairman of the department and not be the administration. Winifred Frazer Professor of English John L. Shoeniven The Indepen!Ieflt florida Alligator B., cunn.ngl'on' PMOCIfl Silo, an.p Kcct'aai.' it n.e Siov Mat. N.wt SIfl I C nAAAAAkN% mini 5241MM 3117 CAN ~VU TYPE AND MM(I COPPER?' ..' .,, rqrht Do you call this sports coverage? .JA~ bnM.pes fl~ -am (

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Peg. ID, The Independent Plorido Ailigator Monday. February 3. 1975 FOR SALE 8 anhsoid pefe d 5.65 Ow $99 cii beit o~f~'usO or' F wuik I I N n.ipr mini ~uti'tire 2 0 or bei mile U 443i A 1(11 oS pi Ariiiijuc 955 ford 7'"c6 body i res *.u'q'rri. erellci,' Nm~eds l'rm',suor, dli turd 373 2224 keep ir jiriQ ri '43 hionth, 350 F (reliant Condition ib WI net (all Doyid 373 2224 6 'ry'nq Ii lOt mac FOR SALE n ii 4~, .de je & iciephoic j.ns ni~frier, n circa irish aid cases tam ,, i $225 an! so ian i7863t0 A 5TSP PC, (lie ,en ;eurs 26 'ic k C speed hke uod condition $~C X~ i nil .hem> iii 177 4459 alter SOt AS! 60 F> tokshie crier, 2 mole I fen~cie AkO 8~O breedi r,~ 3/7 0218 after 5 30 ~r ir ,.20Labie AST64P oidNLow~mi i l4$I5~)4slo lOsp rack 1~ nay, Ca," imp '0c6e' $25 new Acididos i / $12 poriah'e I ypewu 'ter $20 Co ii Ic' 177 0578 i A 5T 69 Pi '960 [Ontioc ~rge .tot'on wagon AM FM radio factory or hearer Ia ggoge at power steering ape deck Oiiiomrltic super lear, $750 378-5934 a St '0 p Sears icr, speed F reetoir it with lark rind chain iwo north, old 570 ~ 3425 1204 SW 2nd Ave 3736118 faSt ZOpi FOR SALE '6 sba~ carper ace deck LI Once .r a nfl ,ppor i.~ n 'tv c niy 1995 sea at safari o'flfjffoond fl aioctuo ia Si 1Opl HONDA Si Ct I ~7l 9ood shops $2Ct 1~o OK, IOU' stec ye r~ Ca Tiper Ic i ecjktts iii', ~ai,~hicrie 4 or iFs yi0 at 52*) H J7~ 3471 ~r 192 q04% I 71 A. .f' n'e ~ C 0 "OScI' ate ret ct WP '0 <3 9~'Y Si 'I FOR SALE A (i~i NE A 252 'eeo Wrte, *ed trome $25 heater $30 actOr cyde $80 bean Log thou $5 ,tnnts sheies $15 torrel *nnp SIC ~~gies $10 377 2990 317 2187 ,a2' 2 p: ________________ Fr'e speed i'.n oke ercekient ondrion 170 wIh chain lock Coil 37~ 7056 e~enngs l~ SF72 p1 Men and lade' ten speed, sears never s.d bk ci wth horns asking $ Ct for each call Mrs Oqu, 0M B ~ cm 04 ~ pm phone no 39~I~34 a-2i 72-N A Sonyo S track 2 or 4 channel with speaker' xcellsni Cort,' ion Ask' n9 ~ dollars or best afler Need Money' CoIl 377 83)6 o21 73*1 ~efr.gerotors 35 Ct Dining table 6 cahirs Water skis 5 Ct Oouble beds tapers 15 Ct up misc gloss top toble ph 37' 9835 2 'tracts behind 8owI.n~ olley 6 weekdays 5 Sot closed Sunday Ocaler cit 72 p. 'rush seller puppet MC registered Ccrodor, stock shots wormed F~rred .asornblv to self Ore~ory VI S325 or 472 ~50 a St ZS-p FOR RENT WANI ~O MOVE' II you des,,. to move from your present location we car, rent, sublet Ic, find you o roommate immediately at NO COST Call today United Red Estate An~ Inc 113 NE MI, Ave 3fl-692 (b-fr-55-c) opt to subl.o. ovolloble feb24 clot, to Campus 2 bdr. root '2 mo 3784336 after 5 pm IS )OT-k7-P) Liberal roommate wanted to shore 3 bedroom hous OWn room walking distance 'o corpus $67 month '-3 utilities call 378-94% (b-5t-4&o~ NO LEASE NO LAST MaITH 2 bedroom furnished units from 5)35 per month includes wow. sewage, garbog. pick up, pest-control and yard core Prairie View Mobile Village 378-MI I or 3733284 (b-2~-49-~) lernole ,oovnmote wanted to shore room in a two bedroom opt oak fore., apis $7614 a mOnth immediate OCCuMflCy coil 377-5381 (b-St-70-p) NOIJS~ IN ThE COUNTRY Eight miles to corTiptil Pets O~ 63CC + I-S tAil CoIl 372-2766 {b St70-p) ROOATI WANnO sublet o 4 bdrm apI a' pool shoe Corp.' across from tgeui 543 no torloCt H. place office opt ItO (b-5t~V.p) No deposit no lease house on Poke Santo Fe need on. to .ho.e with $l~ mo, util incld quiet Corp., dishes. porch yard don 4W-lOSS 3,6.2*48 (b-5'-'O.r} mm.d.o$e Occupancy, 3 bedroom o~ central heot and air with pool 215 pew month coil 373-22W or 373-3464 b-Sr ,v.) MAT tHE CAUSING SH~TAG(III Now ith. tlr.i10 stan loo~lng for that deal hon. for toting or Fall 0' We hove many I'~lngt oval1 t.' then small depsil ton hold it for you Call 'odv W-6992 Windn,.ad.ws unfumnsksed oodvuent 2 2 barb carpet dropes AC patio pool ern.sccum by feb ccli 373-9596 or 373355a b-5.-fl-p) 2 mint for rent. 2 a. 3 peo~e -or cple Mo nc deposit lost no ID in,,, b~&. to camous liberal own roan, call antirne 373-7)27 (b-3-7)-p) Private Room Mod service mole one blk to UF firs half Feb free lease till June NO nit Quiet 2nd 0 ~efly 37' t 59 los, month 4 540 d.p b-St ~l -p1 Fea, roommate needed at Place Api Own 6dm, 597 4 ut Lij.uiy Opt Walk if Coil Virginia 392-76)2 or 3754363 Of come Isy No 1)6 (b5t-7)p~ Room for err own room a bedrOom house 588 no -. 3 utilities Central air and hint across from wesiside pork 1104 NW 34 St 376 8423 b St ~l ace too.,. for vent including oil .fllifl good tOCOlitOtuon fo, mare tnforn.o.on, d.op by CS aw 3 St or coIl 376-9252 ask to. donald b-3l-72-p) roomore to shore large bdrt', in 3 t&m r 543 macsI, IaShen call after 6 SflM5 fb-2142-p) FOR RENT SlOt daposri Call Keith a. Susor, at 372 '032 after 5pm [ocoted in Mobile City 'CtS 010 ernale *oounmote shore twa bedroom Iwo both troilet afarnar gardens 8750 utilities 376-fl lb 5I72 p cipt a sublet c1ose to combos furnished Call 3730)4 58 prr 2 bedroom SI JO rtrh AC ib 2' 73 p) ____________ 5 0 Winki ii sent by week or month h'~ ustir 2 8. home 'in Cole k 'Ic hen equipped children Spits OK Ii ~ooiid V ifl riles train the city ideal for student or couple Better F. urry o~ h.s one ii l)~l2) Open Qom e~rr 28, 5)40 Walk esrlusuve listing heat air & lull~, 'ast long Pet' uper Qan, Rpm Br House 377 6092 to carrpusli B.ard new this Ipocrous apt with equipped kitchen wont OK i campus Iron, thus lantottic lOcatiOn Children & pets C ll~3) Open 9am 8pm 377 6992 Fireplace 3 Bdr bath with heat air den Corpets,& drapes pets welrornsi In' (4,.n 9am 8pm 377 6092 585 niomth ijti ties Pd Cozy api with idly equipped kitchen No lease ideal or ,tudenn a. rouplait 11)2751 United Reol Estate Astoc 13 NE 6 Ave Oper'Zdoyt 377-6992 ~ET I BR FURN APT country gordens -.to, VA & Shonds cent our heol, dishwostie., pool, etc ovoil Mar ) 376-3755 after 5 pm b.3t-73-p) noPe roomole needed own room + utilities coH ran ofte lOpn' 580Ct no 392-0772 (b *-fl-p) Fern roornote n*e$ed a, village opt now own room $80 ~ utilities coil anne or morgo after 5 pm 3~7-)2O6 lb St 73-p) WANTED GaD SILVIP Top prices paid for clct rungs. od ie.rrelry. etc confidential cob. Oar. 373-~9g(c-5O-53-c) roommate wanted for caunt.y living Strin to IS o~ F -ow,, bedroom -$65 I-S util -liberal bit mature coil charlie at 3fl-4l5O (days~ (C-5T-63.P) I 2 female roornmotes wanted 10 shore 2 bedra, opt brandyvin. shore tuti ities Wi, pool sun tenants breakfast porhes toll after S 3?& l~ IC. Melpi we n.d emale room mote rust be fun-loving and pleceont MO rtonth f ~ utilities Oclorwood opts close to canipos coil onytirnet 373.3735 c 5tS-p~ Female to *c* room in 2 bedroom plush api Wtndnheadows Sdo rio + unifies immediate occt.poflty Iftent p.Send rnl~ Ton~o 373-0735 ~C-St-69P) Female roommate wanted Feb I SrI $64. kon*wlne apis. Tel 3,6-2496 call after 5 am (C-ST-49-PI studious RO~MII wanted Far ow,, b&rn in 2 bdmm du*m aPt 2 blocks STern cspus V&W,. + A util cell Jim V3-5M6 (C.5T-49-P) mole rocomfe wonted to shore 2 6dm ~ ovolI feb IS. locored in coon*y golden is S mons, + urlI coIl W-%A2 (c-S-fl~0) emote rooinote country gardens neat campus ord shonds coil d.t~'e alter 6 in en I, any time otherwise 3,8-857) c-St I "~ -. -rri HOME HUNTS We can help you find a horn. uporkrent mobile home or ioCni~Ott the easy wry1 OUR FEE IS ~EF UNDA~(F JOG I. BEINGS II ~EALTOQ Open 7Ovysirl 'Ct J04 SW 4th Ave 3)7 67Ct ---C cI9l4neuPea~ let A Crown Intenetioned praOjct.an Cistributec by April #aois pibite TI; Gis~*aiT~Nr I SW UnIrw.~fl D7a11 I '4 a 7,10 9zS kM I I I 'flu Sammy * NOPASSESOR * OISCOUNTTICKETS ~ ThtSATT*ACTICN

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r. The Independent Roddo Ailigotor, Mondoy, F.bvuery 3,1915, Peg. I) J.w.IrvCompen~ LEWIS~ WANTED CLASS RINGS DlAA~4Os J I CUSTOM MAMI#4G WATCH REPAIRS %~ net u.Iv. Ave. alsalK 3724106 -~ ''I ~''~~~'' NIVrRSITY CITY TRAVEL ur nTRAI~APLANESHIP T VJ's;2.I'ut ~ am 923 W. UMv.w~hy An. .N .~~:'t:, Muir;,, F.,,rn S S~2 51) ~~"; '''0 G.i.eUb. N. uwi l6t~ A~r P20)9', Si N 0' ) '0 Mr other --------1,50 rr~ S ANALYSIS her FREE WI1HAUJNSW IS ~ ~ff plugt pft~ cond HELP WANi a labor tni Jan. 31st 4, ~n~ed ml ettote snielper im N. M s ST. NU41 372.5247 ,r'n, ~s'o, oil Gm, 6973 F ST 690, Motur ~ ut Went with own (Or to ~bys" $ v old I 3t 5 pm ond house work ,I will in9 5oloi IPORTEP __ er,,rrve 373 44' otter 5 pm W3 4.OVE7T~ COUPE fully PARTS/NC mother ml excel 'writ MPORTED PARTS & ACCESSORIES $6405 hrm 372 0248 o~er 5pm 4 FOR ALL FOREIGN CARS ~Q,~,O~JLo.; ~ better ASK ABOUT CUR SIUCOIT DISCOUNT 'nd' bar, or psi 'ho r n.g etc MOdFRi. 9:006:O0 PM SAT. 10:00-2:00 PM WU4 si,, P 1112 S. MAIN ST. 372.4341 3 Vr~i I ~kmhbork Ar At F ,celir,,, cnd'to~ 0 8156 Atte .5,. II. mImi! I 0 tI~rI 11.11k Mr GO -$ '3 *iJe rinse to 'iii 948 V rrr, 'ri 1 'il'rQ to ~pi't 1780129 ED son Or ~ ,oiary i~e 377 pick arid do light -V Cam C 41 '0pu'pped ord'ticn g-St 70pow 'ri Avg p blue aPi 372 to mat, lisa, r5pm I a itipD O~VETTE 'LAi.E W' buy rind r.'' nckor>,ii H0,,d,, I 388 3311 I J A~ri "~' 73pi PERSONAL r cody iii be 'ritZ) Or A he ,,r~hr ci n .err, ,;' t. (r'w Jys U,' I h e halt ,i~ ,ir~C P a F)ch,,' tJNL i&r ~ o''t gREAt ES ~ iroN, tire von wth o,,p V, MA *4 Ii Ni $224 new "<0' ~ ~T p A R{ pT 'ON iS LEGAL In' riro on low cost cli ibart 'ons m node, oppro ved lacri', ,o~ al tIE [AOJ~S CE NTTR 355 Its, ,sr 53,' iAMM'E S AP~hVEO FROM [a~ncN NOW flP~ N Spat 'oling m Ergi 'il, ha iit ~ b low war rig for the ri 'oak n's. Crop b~ Coicn'oi Plo:0 7)6 W ,'n'v Ave 17' 2M3 i~ SOt 53-pl Wedcl.r~ra rwrcioai $11 At) per 00 bisnest ords 1q 95 rubber Jrrps, otfet Pr fling Ci ,ff Ha, Prui;rjlOJN Main (I ER 50 Cl sARATE LESSONS $20 par 'ItS NJii # tern" 13th SI] Mon ~,in Zia 9 3787131 1 20T 60 Pt FALLOOrI WIG: MMD EMERY WEEK This week BACCHUS ALL THE BEER OR WINE YOU CARE TO DRINK Every MON 810 Guys $2.00 Girls FREE 0 C' ~tbmdh Caqw4~ it Grnwt 1430 LW. ilins CODE YOUR CLASS EINS NOW C C* ALL C -U SMESS Zl4atch.rs Jewelers 2LU.b. A P4.4892 Alucig. Cemsy &enerutor Servic. A he rn clotsSic nra-G*norotonsForeign Car Service Ph. 378-40)1 505 NW. 5th Ave. PERSONAL 0 ho ernoved per *'u''er-r'y Coil EdrrtLnd ~wy.r icr t, ci o~j St over 20 yearS expmience P2 8039 0 FR 6) C) ii ~cj or. pregnon, ond need heFp we ore 4. oil B' rib, 'ght 377 4947 1 24T 69 P women get together PM Thur IC? NW 15,1, 'err For 'nfn Coil Jean 92 155 p St 70-c) ______ russia berlin london wont to love! four weeks f.Ilow student. lore,~n Study ie~,eJuly 5)350 carl nor.iyn 378-7)04 loyre 373-3287 oH.r 5 it-POp) 'erry, Poperui Canodos longest S.rvice ~or catalog, send 120 Essay Services, 57 Spading Avenue Suite fl. lo.onro, On' Coriodo Also campus represen ar'ves required Please write (p 3S1-7O. MEN' WOMEN' J05 0J SHIPS' No owperenc, required ENcellent pay WaIdw'de 'ravel Perfect surnrner lob a, career Send $3 ~ for 'r4ornnton SEAFAX Dept Elo P0 8o~ 2049. Port Angeles Washington ~S362 (i ~p) THIS WErK AT RAPWS RACQUET SI4Ofl YOU CAN BIJY ANY RACQUET BML RACQIJE~ OVER $15 AND REaIVE 2 fREE SEAMCO BALISI StE OUR S&ECTIC*'J At I 5C~ NW IS ST P2 7536 fit-72.p) Pondo', Bookpc'ks, Packs W-tromes. Tents, Rugby Slirts. Trail Shon Whit. Slog Speedo Bathing Suits join Univ Hiking Club AN.n, Aquatic & Trail Center 3448W Univ 3/34233 (1-fr-flC) Are you a woman who believe, .n th. equo4ity of the sexes if so i would Ilk, to meet you I om o mole transfer itudent fromN V who loves to donc. and totally bellSflt C people Ieb.rotio, Call MM V-3683 (1-St-2-Pi LOST& FOUND Lost descended Skunk viCinity 64, St and University Reward P~ease help us *'nd our Fr'erid Thanks Call 371 828) Si C,'r oi rent sunglasses found Sun inn 26 or' Morph,., Conits Call to 'derti*y LI?~4(i5tOzPL _____________ Ott r OK iota, while h itchhk'ng thur can afford new one ond need desperately for enqlnee,.no ,iude, 4WA1$ roil 3'? 9514 ii Sthl~) 'rd (J4 M's, Stat, Groduot'on Vr~q nil fiviord MDonotdot 376 32) ~ S~ S PM 115,11 nc' Lost rein ban Pock (it Reilt Union 'rwyi pork, ''g lot tuel r'tC after 9 3~ I 'reed 't arid the content' bock Reword iii tori' 378 2?2~ I 5172 p1 osi blue of spiral notbk ri we'l please rail andrea off 378-?e62 (4 St 72 p~ lost '~jer ,ir'ped kitten. w liec collar ~,tihs test 4 rifloS NW 4th P1 4 lath St 377 8203 ~eword l-2t 72 p) ia~t btock wallet 'n vicinity of broword a! rather ly hal Is if you have any in iorrnoi.or, please contact Torn at 392 Q579 Reward (I 2t 72 p} SERVICES ELjROfl ISRAEL AFRICA ASIA Irovel d',caunts year round S4ud.nt Air Ircivel Agency Inc 5~ Roawell Rd Atlorito, Go ~a42, 252 3433 (M.tdT60P) ___________ SLEEPY HCXIOW Horse Earn, feoturino rho f',ret profeQionol instruction the best boarding focif ties its beautiful 373059 4663224 ni a SlAVIC'S 5411 Realization Asuistonce A pronol rap on your Spifituol evolvement aided by your astrology CMd Denns 377 Al SQ twill icccl,~ .Xt(Ot Of L~U(.ATiON Ne.d a typewriter colculalor ditto rnochin.~ 0, a phone from whck you con roll? The. and logs more are available in 32) Noirnon Holl in lot br) Basic Advanced Scuba Classes Shorting Underwater Photography Classes SToning Sal. ser vice rental air. trips Torn Alien (Co-host of W'ld Kingdom V AlIens Aquatic & trail Center 3448 W Univ P3-9233 (m-fr-72-c) French Spanish, Italian tutoring children & adults. A A french experienced $4-S hr Etrp olso a tech reQ iron Skating 37/ 4877 (riSi fl p1 DAy T~TUGAS for spring break div'rg ond camping trip Fly by s.oplon ron, Key West March 21 25 or2S 29 All scuba equipment provided EMplor. hut0, 'c FOrT Jefferson SI S wtk cm, irficotion $150 inctude, lull IC ubo course call Scuba Dynamics 373-5069 I rn St TI p Experienced iypist trill yp. tern, papers th.,l~ or dissertation Fast S accurate service at reasonable rates CoIl 373. 8923 (it, 5t71 p} DIVE T~* BAHAMAS SPRING BP~k unlimited oir-3 neal, a day-a bunk all for$ldOfo.Sglo.iousdoymrrn 2428f0 ,no.e info ph Jan Appelboon' 39~4755 (M-sr-a5-PI EtECTRUVSIS By oppoicirnent only Mrs 4 M~ Karp tel.phoce (tt} 3765673 (tn-lOt-64-p) WIRWFW SIGH! 'the Ey.~on Super Mod UNMASITY OPTCIA?* 3~ SW 4tls Ave 378-44Wj M.50*C) ORE PREPARATION Course in Coineuvil Ie 18 h's $35, course repeatable tree CoIl 4~) 654-7466 HYPtOSIS liftPS PW9tE ATtAIN GOALS BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL ABILIW-STUDYING MEMORY ATHIETIa 373-3059. Donald C *rottCeflfied AAEH, FAfl4 n,.21t-48.p) JOGS IN ALAStA handbook how to waik and live 'ri At~o Latest pipeline ,nfotrnatior, $3 ~ JIA. BOx 7 Norw'ch VI 05055 M-)5T-~3-Pl Tutor'ng rr, basic math calculus cferr 'stry. bioc hemisiry. phys'c. and biology Call Don nr37 .ITse jm St 73 p1 ____________________ Ii lype Ear you term papers, reports, theses, dissertations, etc Fost accurate and proofread Use IBM trochine Noncie 376 5725 ii' 2' 73 p~ INEES rOSE M~E WITh CAME TV B TV Channel,. A weaTher channel, UPI News New Yarlt Stock Exchange, 2 FM stations on TV Channels andP FM and 4 AM stations on the F&4 band UNIVERSITY CITY IUEVISIOH CABLE ca INC. InN. MAIN SI. STRUT'S sam nosy 16414.W. 1St ST. p OAY SIRVIC* 1 DAY SERVICE FRANCHISED DEALER AU ACCESSORIES CALL 377-DIKE 'THE FAMILY" STARRING OIARLES RAONSON AND TELLY SAVALAS SHOWS 9 & 11 FREE TONIGHT Pt tie KU I I. .i~ HOUUMKUUUG macaw r RANCH Horn. r.r.t.d by *. Hr. Mo bone. For sole. 59)1347: 20 ml. So of Go~n.vIII. on new SC ------n--v I mOONS 4 COUJCTOI'S I flINTS I UMITE ECI11O'I PRINTS I I 17W. UnIv. 37S3~M ---a---a 4

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P~. 12. The Ind.p.nd.n*Morida MllgaorMondsy, P.hnary 3, 5915 A. -Wa. s 4 OAINESVILLES NEWEST AND BEST CHINESE CUISINE AND COCKTAILS c~!~n.s. Chef 'os, N~ V ()~~ aGA SW fl*" SPp~ '*!~Dho"s )fl I ~4 Dliii 'NOR TAKE OUT AT **ASOiiASLE Pft4CiS LUNC*4'p Jo.~P*1* ~ 0."., 1~n ---------------------r I HAPPY HOUR I LIGHT OR DARK I ci Draft Schlitz mOM 7 30 TO 9 30 PM I Anthony's PER 002. GlASS I I I 1 921 W. UNIV. I I I I OIFER GOOD WIThOUT COUPON --I ------------------------------------I g ArMO3, I ~ I AnV *fulO I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ------------------------tt LU V All Tf DOMINO'S PIZZA -FREE DELIVERY Eostsde 376.33!? Campus 376-2417 Wntuad. 378. 2415 a SI -#344 4"~,4~MWfl$Sd'S/ 12C11/WCA lit" JOf S Cmi ho. on off., you cons refuse. Sup.r lunch .pedoIs for only $525. Ov.r 50 sandwiches '0 choose hen, at 15115W IS ST. S1!ISSJ6I.~s~e -----------------------I I I HIPPODROME THEATRE I Red presents .Lout' I 1fl1 5OCoffwitismccupn II on WED. P13.5 I ---RESERVAr1C*IS CALL 3734375 ------------a -5 -a a *Ive your Sweetheart a hand painted1 S Valentine Gilt & save at bait 50% I by doing It yourself. I (We'll help you) I I We'll also give you a $2.00 discount with this coupon. I I I C.mnn ge.d Nt. 3.1St. 14 1975 I Plaster Gallery lOan. Shcnkbo Cent., ------------------3730202 ----I I I I iJEi7l&idflAfltj' I"tjuwwvIIa: AlIENS GATOS HAUS -Eat-in Toke-out hove delivered En1oy our food and beer or ~Mrne any way you wont ar 6510 COUNTY KITCHEN serving home countiN' Breokfost specials S SpSdIO[S 12 00 C.in.svill. IJv.stock 4*1 372-6219 5 nOW cooking 2$ lunch At the Modwt N Th* Sun.bIn. Juk. icr 2228 West Univ. 376.2139 serving hom.mod. soups salads sand wich. juices smoothies ond boked good. Open 1030.530 11.400 Sot MIKE'S BookstorePipes Tobocco Shop Downtown 1145(1. M-F&9 se's' I I I I I I I I I I I I ii --r ~war SPIRO GANDALFS -win es cheeses breads fruits Mon. So~ 7 pn, ~ Wooden music oil week "oppy $ovr Mon Fri 47 pm A ,pI.nd.d tim. 5 quoronteed or all 2300 NW 4 ST. 3779890 SNUFFYS -pub style inches imported bee' & fine wne *fl~oy Cu' fomou~ Snufty Burger at 1017 W UnlvenUy sand. elLis 711W2*itAw. m.mea -------------------a You can have' a coupons ad on thiSi page for' $7.92 Call 376-4462 -------a -a -----S w Gilt I, b -'C. to p

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'I'he Inde j)C fl(i&f) Florida Alligator Mcnd.y. Pebnrnry 1 975. Peg. 3 SR 0 FIBS overtime Gators -r. n ~ .-'n n -. U) UMLU 'UltUtif Alligator Sports Editor a~ip Willan,~ Lame hack-and the G.nors be ~enio~ center dropped in seven pci it clod to lead LJItO a 11)1 (~) ~ her QfllniOdore' Saturday in Alligator AlIt's Williani' and the Gawrs. 4-5 in the SEC ot tra~ el to St arkes ilk. Miss to pi~as ~ ire dati IC &tt~l Ct t Ph he \ tri~le, hilt rid ~I I I iV.issippi trill SI It 2 ThE GATORS acre pressed into, the C ~t I Wi 0(1 a Wi a 2 point lead they had built up %hort Is .a tier he ~an fthesecoi'd halt, But the hot shooting ol junior Oman lelt :~gnes and careless play by the Gators caused he score to he led at M points apiece. Even hen. ii took a 20 foot ump 'hot by torn ard Gone 51n ~fth nine seconds to go to tie the game. Both Sh> and Williams led Gator scorer' .ith 24 points vhik guard' Mike Lederman and Bruno Calds.eIl ltllone(l vkh IS and 12 points rnpectively. "IT WAS A tremendous disappointment to lose he lead, aid head (jator coach John Lotz. But the final score ~as a ~ut cliniax to this day.' The game was the culmination of Gator Basketball 4 r p photo by chip hr.s UF CENTS CHIP WILLIAMS 2tpoints, II rebounds in 'revival win a a a l).i~ And I Ott Jl)PlCCIatCd He 3li~)lcL~ated Wrijitni, hPt 6NB1C ii the 'ear us ~&eIl cipar kinv the ~anc about ~tiai~I ( ald~ell ~ho had fi'e tilti held iL~ ruino~eis Io~r~ to ust inc he ( *t\ I %C01I ht omuu,(1tr,. '-2 in the mer111w ~eI *1 dIet \ and~ had ~cflrL(I he firg points to take at, X$X4 lead lie (,arors iiilttit'd their our L(~rner offense 10 like l(I~tr1tg~c it ~C'Cral Cd~% lavli1~s that negated line inIl'rtfLjiI %htm iws in the pail ot l-osne~ and unior guard liii It h ILh,1t F OSNES HIT I olin row he Held and three of 'ix Iron, he tee hio. line or 2') ,(~i'ils Feher added 25 points and he iii k or hei Vand~ player to break win double Agures was 1HiIt~ gLJIr(l Joe Ford "ho scored 19 It "as a lot hetwr today that it has been.'' said Williams alter he game Wilianis has been strug~Ing all year after hei'ig *iame~1 to the pro-season All -Southeastern Conference lc'tii lotIon rig last 'ears 21)6 average. I-us i~erage 'tood at 0 7 before the game He not only In Ii bled hat I, ut a sti hi lied down I I rebounds to lead all pht~crs IN TONIGHT'S GAME, Mississippi State. with a 2-7 SEC m irk and b-Il o~erall ill he led by two h-7 capers, senior Li r~ lenk ins an~1 junior I ado, W ilbams. Guard Rich photo by ondy n.wmofl PSSTI WE BEAT VANDY Lot: lets Gnsbor in on good news Knart's outside shooting adds another dimension to Stat&s offeine. The Gators topped State in their conference opener back on Jan. 4. in front of a regionally televised audience. But this time were playing on their home court and the students up there have ways of making things happen. Lou said *0* overdue Chip B. LOUIS BRANCACCIO Alligator Sport Writ., hip W ltiaiiiv I I-s sud~Icnls revived center, took a pen a si5-~LAi -4ild bos and 'tribbled his name on the back of the bo~ Lo'it Xiitow .iphs tron~ (hi1, liase not been the hottest coinitodit in 'he LI F cam pus lately As a matter of tati iii ()ktrI ph hun I Cr' or CI, i p's ii ante have been non-c xist ent tIis SCar "THArS THr FIRST,' (hip sad ol the %oung boys I CqUt51 It ni a ko (Ii, II Iii 4 reaII~ oulsi andin~ performance br Ii' I idiot. Ii set' ~hmiii~ ii' 24 oints and pulling down II clotiid~ IC.itIiiw lie (Itoh hi a 101 -~)tsertirlIe niti against ~ lup MIII he lasod tiasrealls the ~anhe ~as he has played in ~[C~i~i'i', L>iiH' .10(1 itrrihuied his resurgence to getting the Ii IL 'ill riiL'it I "as able to shoot niorehe said. tHE PRI SEASON ,ill-ctnicrence pick 'aid hen a' unsure it ,~ ito iS ~oI ,hcinii~zs had aavthing to do ,ith his ii esstn~ *mnseli \?i~he I hi'c been press'n~ but I dorir know. he said ii liii ~ piesYl~ ig.iillsI Uriderhilt Sarurdas afternoon it nl~ sli&nt'd p eat K A I ontilile it hissed lavups 'TlIE~ WEREN'T talltri~ earls.' Chip said Hot titer tie b~ les. minute'. Chip stas the dominant i~tIiC 'iii p11111 xives ront (hips cammates looped over I [IL \ iiI~ leftist rid mlii the hands the ti.X center, the UtNW' 'viiitthi iN Ia~m~s or (hi;, and a r 2 point lead for lit ( 'jiit S revived BUT SUDDENLY UPs lead dwindled until Vandy had finally tied the game hey (Vanderbill) did a good job on us. Chip said. explaning the Coinniodors comeback. 'But we n~ade some dumb mistakes.' With nine seconds remaining and the score tied. Vainly had a chance to win it all. But the (iators applied a strong defense and with one click left on the clock. Vandy took a desperate uinp shot that hit the rim and fell short. CHIP'S RIGHT HAND raised high in the air as he came oil the court, waiting for the overtime period to begin. He sensed the Gators impending victory. I knew at that time we would win It might he easy to ~ay non hut I knew it. Chip said. UF went down by two at the onset ol the overtime period and surprised the 4iO~ tans on hand by going into their stall. tour corner tiflense "WE'VE BEEN trying to tell people all year long that the four corner Isn't always a stall olknsive. I have all the confldrncc in the world in the four corner." Chip said And indeed he should. With the middle opened up because of the spread offensive, Chip moved through Vandy for easy layups. vaulting the Gators to an II point win. It was probably my best ~anic thisycar,' Chip said. THE LIfl'LE BOY returned and asked Chip to sign his coat again 'I think I already got ya tella,' Chip told the admirer But Chip got more than a request from a fan He j~ot his old stufi' back. And that could spell trouble for the Gator's ienlaiiing opponents and could open up the Southeastern (onkrence race-a race that Chip said is by no means over. Rappers take By CHRIS GARRIn AllIgator Spetta Wit. After s. itnesifiM the Wildes match I've fip ~ flrst year Head coach Gary SChned~sat in the U awn "estlw1 tooiii looking like he himself 'testIs a natch. tith a 'ide grin ott his lace. 'l'ni conipletegy elated.' laid Schneider after his ff2ppIes had defeated 13th milked Kentucky Z4~i8 when LIP heatVflipht Mark Tetten his foe FMay night as the 2.000 plus fans in Alk a Afley nut Ad squad could heal rho (a lots could only sas to ~chuieider. 'nell see 'ou in lit 4G.' aI~er hi' team totwhi iii) only to the in (he jul boti t The exuberant Schneider had oni, hwh iralse or lie Wildcats. Kentucky is a jitjstie leant, and deseive' eser. bit of their national i .nking. lit said. SCHNEIDER ADDED that he think, hi, Cator squad should be inked ion porticularls after their niatch n ith KentuCk~ -he (iahii 30th ,~vaght doar meet .ict in'. The Fitda, night rent> .~t4 dn& *nr 1* nhtfl Ihet' wild match, A tier lie (idiot's I IS iouiider 8,1, Robert' leteiled uarrct Htadly 3~2. Kent ick~ came ,ack strong tegisiti iri~ ~'o rails, (iat I 2t, -pounder Vie HA lost a' filIini~ or Artie ~al'eri'tdii s ho's been ineligible this quarter. bought hard before Wildcat Jini Carr tinned hint i ith 52 seconds left it, their maidi Car e~-Ohnil~iOfl. and ho's recorded ,i 22-0 niark his season 'as lust tOO titucli or Hol ion a, -nornia I 118 pioundet GATOR MIKE COLLINS, 134. got caught on hts back in lie second period of his i~.itch and Kentuck> stas oft quick start I run record to 30 SWSAW S SAWLE 44 -0 i-a by a f-I

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PO. 14Th. Ind.p.nd.nt Roddo AiIJgoor Monday F.bruory 3. 975 Lady I UPS WOMEN'S SWIMMING team was overwhelmed by a Unnersity of Miami powerhouse 98-33 in florida Pool Saturday Ihe Iady Gators. who had been undefeated in dual meet competition since 1971. were no match for the Hurricanes who boast eight All-American swimmers, including 1972 Olympian Jenny Bait,. ABOUT 300 PEOPLE watched what everyone claims is the best swimming team in the country (UM) make a clean sweep of all but two events. Lady Cater freshman Ronnie Broyles took the only two Florida wins in the 50 and I rn-yard backstroke, Broyles qualified br the Association of lntercol3egiate Athletics for Wonien (ALAW) Nationals in both event' and broke the pool record In the 50. Florida Pool records were broken in every event except the 141D backstroke FLORIDA'S ASSISTANT coach Mo Hughes was not discouraged after the meet. ator Sports One d titI 'icet thnh not .4 %CaI'T1 take ~he grinned. adding that the Lady Gators have another vx weeks in their season IF'S WoMEN'S GYMNASTICS team took the honors in a double dual meet in Athens. Cia. Friday night over the University of Georgia and Furman Pie Lady Caters scored a total of 88.19. oer Georgia's 78 Ii, and Furman University's hI 21 Gator coach Sandy Philips. obviously pleased with the win. said her women really did a nice oh. I can see the in,pro~ements They have gained poise. and really looked 'cry professional.'' Philips said. She explained that the parallel bars used by Georgia were not reMulation. and there was a great deal of adjustment needed. We adapted very well, took it in stride and took all three places, added the coach. On Saturday the gymnastics can, ended a sueLCSSIUI '.eckend on the road inningg a second double dual meet against Auburn and Georgia College. FLORIDA'S 86.20 took first place honors over Georgia's 83.~) and Auburn's third place 78.75. I he Lady Gators were trailing after vaulting but managed to squeeze ahead by Iwo points on the bars. "We barely hung onto our lead during the beam. saidi Lady Gator coach Sandy Philipis. adding, We really turned on for the floor exercise -doing a super show job. IF'S WOMEN'S BASKETBALL team won one and dropped on Saturday in the three-day Flagler Invitation. The Lady Gator cagers. still not out of the running for first place honors, beat the University of Miami Saturday morning 58-45. They had beaten Miami*Dade Cornniunity College North Friday night 72-43. The Gator luck didn't hold up against Flager Colle8e and they were downed 83-60. Florida coach Paula Welch blamed lack of proper defense for the loss. We just gave Flagler too much room when they had the ball," said Welch. ANDY COHEN GREG FORMER RICK ADELMAN LOUIS BRANCACCIO aims GARBITY CONSENSUS FLORIDA BY 9 FLORIDA BY 8 MISS. DV 2 MISS. BY 3 FLORIDA BY 10 FLORIDA DY 4 ADVERTISING EA AN: ~1 4 -J FOR ACCEPTING 41'PI4ICATIONS FOR TIlE POSITIONS OF: Student Government PRODUCTIONS COORDINATOR and Student Government PROGRAMS COORDINATOR HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO WEDNESDAY. FEB. 5th to ii huh. Cib t)lC III t he St tide n Go vernan ent 4 )(fiee. Reunua 305 J. Waavne Wednesdatv .IMZ) Re it', (Juijo ma. Deadline I).IiI. a Handcrafted Leathers Plants Jewelry Pottery Custom Leather Work Our Specialty Purses e Belts o Wallets. Sandals Travel Bags e Coats e Jackets. Pants ~1~~~Univ. Mon-Sat 10-6 W QpL'tiiiida M~Wn$pgu 6 Predictions

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Pcg* I~ The Ind.v.nd.n*Modda AJIIg.or, Mond.y. Fflrvo'y 3, l~75 'it i"IAII. A~U4 .7, AL ii, *~ S Ifs Tax 1mm again and ttuis year S ev~ worse Bade this, allot those nagging bills con amount to esioug~ to leave little or nothing for the other necessities of lifel CONSOLIDATE cli of those bOlt, pay yarn taxes and end up with less of a nutty output. Come hi to talk ft over.we're speciaUsts at solving tt'ose kind ol problemil -.--san an ---Ma. a-a-na I



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Regents look of admiss ions and dorm rate hike By KAREN MEYER Alligator Staff Writer I he Board ol Regents is meeting this morning in Orlando to consider recomnmendations from the Ainance commIttee,. including one to lit the statewide freeze on admissions to all except entering freshmen The regents are also considerng a facilities committee proposal that U F raise its student housimg rental rates to help meet risig electricity and utilities costs. A controversial proposal to eliminate freshmen and sophomores at the University of South Florida and Florida Technological University is also being considered THESE AND other measures suggested by the finance committee are designed to '.ut back spending and to ensure that the 1975-76 legislative budget request will be no higher than this year's. The regents are expected to act on a 9 JAMiES HENNESSEY sees eight per cent rate increase lirtI)(Sdhaliig I -aiuthiorits to mflttsd% rntri 'ales (oh student housing tCeimt Jiil in ruiiarried st ident' .indl tall Lqudriri 1or ingle students UF Di ret cur of H-ousing I ameis H cinncsses sard it would amount to "about an 8 per cent I case 4icross the board, S Ale student housing would increase about $20 per quarter for air cund tin ned spaces. SI ( per quarter tot ion -air con ditioned spaces. Hennesse, said MARRIED STUDENTS would be paying about 55 more a month. with special adjusiments for McGuire Village residents The proposal to eliminate lower division at USF and FFTU met with opposition from UiSF President Cecil Mackey, who said it would cost nearly 3(k) 1SF faculty and stafl members their jobs. Mackey also said the proposal would discriminate against poor students who could not afford to move to Gaivesville. Tallahassee di dill ot stdtc 111d titlah ihe edtcati&,, .1 begminmg-icvel coul ses are iiA.1 aaIlble it tin or colleges. THE REGENTS staff estimated that elihinatmg freshmen at 11SF and FTU wouId 'avt' $5 m illion next sear. with sophomores elininated the following year for additional Mavimgs Because iny action ot such import tall,, under the Florida Adimmist rat ye Procedures Act, the regents are tnot expected to decide whether to a pprove the proposal iintIl their March 3 meeting Regents .'re aIM, consider-ing adopting a budget plan that would cut next year'" taculty positions by 2 5 percent systemwide and shift money budgeted bor books. classroom. laboratory and maintenance equipment to pay for rising utilities costs. The Independent MNA Floidalig torFEB. 3, 1975 FloridaVOL. 67, NO. 73 Koinshed by Compos Communicohons inc .Goinesvill. Flondo Not officioily ossooted wM. ib. Urhnrsty ol Florido Court delivers first cheating verdict By STUART EMMRICH Alligator Staff Writer The UFP Honor Court has recommended a student involved in the College of Business Administration cheating scandal be suspended for three quarters. The action taken Friday by the Honor Court was the first verdict passed in the cheating investigation. The student pleaded guilty. BYRON PETERSEN, Honor Court chief defense counsel, said he thought the penalty was fair. hut refused to discuss whether the student 'as involved in the buying or selling of final exams, or if he was near the top of the alleged 'cheating ring." Although Honor Court officials had said they didn't expect to pass any sentences until this week, Petersen said the action was taken on Friday because "the student's mother was critically ill."' Petersen said the suspension would be effective immediately if it is accepted by the Office of Student Affairs. Arthur Sandeen. UP vice president for student affairs. was not available for comment Sunday afternoon. THE NAME OF THE STUDENT suspended. lke all ofthe students involved n the Honor Court investigation is being kept confidential in accordance with a Board of Regents policy mandating the secrecy of all Honor Court proceedings. All trials and summary hearings arc closed to the press and public. A request by the Alligator to have the hearings and trials opened to the public was denied by the Board of Masters iBOM) Friday. ALLIGATOR EDITOR David Smith argued before the BOM that the proceedings should be opened up to "ensure fairness of hearings and to ensure the rights of the accused are not violated." The BOM. meeting in an emergency session with only two members present. denied the request on the grounds that theUFP Student Body Constitution "expressly prohibits the disclosure of the identity of the accused'' student. The action by the BOM came a day after an Alligator reporter was threatened with arrest for standing in the hallway outside the UFP Honor Court while confessions were going on inside. HONOR COURT ATY. GEN. Paul Marnmish said he would have the reporter removed by the University Police Department. if he did not leave the area voluntarily. Marmish explained the son of a UP adnministrator was inside confessing and would he recognized when he came out. Marmish said "I was told to protect the individual," but when asked who told him to protect the student, Marmish explained, "I'm told to protect every individual involved." MARMISH SAIDUFiPAtty. Tomi iggs had advised him that he could have a reporter removed trom the area if "it inhibits the business operation of the Honor Court.'' Riggs was contact at his home Sunday but refused to talk to an Alligator reporter about the statement by Marmish. (See 'Verdict' page live) Harris claims cheating s aturated univers ity By RON CUNNINGHAM Alligator A.odlate Editor Because of the growing scope of the inresttgation it widespread cheating an the College of Business Administration. Honor Court officials now predict it will probably extend into next quarter. The investigation has also turned up incidents of cheating outside the business college. Honor Court Chancellor Robert A cisgjo Harris said Friday morning. "IT HAS GONE beyond the Business College. it has saturated the entire unnersitn." Harris said. He decided. however to go io detail about specific instances. Honor Court Attorne' General Paul Macmush disagreed with Harris' evaluation of the extent of the cheating. He did admit. howeser. that he had in his possession at least one test that had been obtained 1kr a course outside the college of business. With the investigation becoming increasingly more extensive, and involving a growing number of people, Harris has said changes are being made in the Honor Court itself iL, insure that the process does not depend on ape or two key officials. "EVERY TIME I look there is more and iore evidence. I an, convinced now that at (the cheating) has stopped. but I still at this stage do not know hos. '.de spread it "as." Marnmish said. 'Given the way the system as functioning. I don't knot how far it wrll go. or ho' many people will conic in." he said The Honor Court officials have also become concerned over the possibility of the ad ministration stepping in and Taking ost the in' esrigation and instituting its 0%wnI diwitplinary actions. "WE CAN'T turn this wae to the administration for t'wo reasons." Harris said. 'One is that they .ill probably get only halt of "hat "e might get, and the other is the' w.ill probabhg burn the students badly." Macmish added if the adnmiistration took (See investigationn' page five) 4 --m photo by georg. kachonhc Ir. Tee time Will she ever get out of the sond trap? Augustine Beach Sunday, as did throng, Probably not. but that's no problem as of others in the bright. a0-degre. heat. t.s sunbathers roost in the sun at St.

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Pug. 2. Th. independent Florido Alligator Mondoy, Febrvory 3. 1975 Shah wouldn Iran t loin oil embargo NEW YORKLUPI) -[he Shah of Iran industrialized countries because "many" oil-producing nation' wonUld not join im it In an iersiew on CBS News "60 Minutes." the Shah also said that the world wouldI get used to the newly acquired financial power ol the oilproducing nations 'he SC5'IOTn w'as taped Switerterland. where the jiimily were saeationimg. in St Shah Ais future oil embargo, the Shah "C mitt not be strangulation of the because miany coi utries will not ieipate in the embargo. First of all. I flf LOUIIry, '4C w4ill not $ ~1 Mo rit, and his said, West p~at k nw I I he Shah did not sayt w any embargo might be instituted He predicted Venezuela. Nigeria Indonesia, as well as Iran. would not an enmbargo. be r A 'H I j I anid Join ndia n s el GRI SI! AM, Wis U UP1)A group of armed lnddans who hae icipied an a ib ey in this Northern W iscon' i hamlet iii nile ihan ,u minth. agreed Sundas to leave. fth sets lem m waptnnuneed dh.s allyr a shuuw it force by National Au amusement wAas signed about noon Sundas bet 'een the Florida man kidnaped 1)15 I IN. Hia. lUll) -Iwo gunmen invaded the beach home of a savings and loan association manager about imidnmght Saturday, tied up his woman friend and kidnaped the m~an lot ransom. an FBI spokesman said Sunday,. "There has been a demand for ransom and we are in the 'negotiation stage right now." an FBI spokesman said. [he gunmen fled in a car belonging to their hostage. Sidney Jones Ogletree. 42, but the auto was found abandoned a few hundred yards away, the FRI said. li-Hc FBI said the kidnaping occurred while other friends of Ogletree were on the beach just outside the house, but they iere unaware of it until they returned to the house and found the woman hound and gagged a few minutes after the incident,. Bipartisan panei tariff WASHING ION urges delay (ll~ -A bipart satn Piesd ent Ford Sund a; to dei a; i m p" ing highei oil mu port tees Sen Hubert H Hunmphrey. D-Min. chairman of the committee, said the memblers also called on the President to est .hslh ,,n energ; pol cy task force to develop "a inmitualiy agreeable energ% policy U poin which pi omp1 Conflgiessionia I act on might he I aken I-ord implemented the first SI ot his price-raising S3-pcr-harrcl ertldl oil inpor t tax Sat trid as as Coigi ess w orked In legislating to nilhtI the increase iind diclav any impnrt oil t1w 'XI 9 dvs I he group iged Ford to delay additional enereatses in the oil import lee to give Congiec "additonal 'ilk o JddItess 'our energy proposals in an rm rumed and esponsible was In a letter to the President, the group urged that the I ink Force on EnergN be made up of representatives from the administration and a bipartisan group ol House and Senate members selected by Democratic and Republican leaders,. ge to endG occupying Indians. w ho call thenmsel'es the Mcnoniinec Wairtor Stecets, anti the Alesiarn brothers, a Roiman 0C aholit order which nis the 64-itonm I'iilthiw n. oime, s ed is novitiate 'THE INDIANS "ere niot cxpecned io YIite 1he buildinrw uintii Monday. Artlev Skennadee an Indian, mediator wo announced the settlement to niewsme,. said, I'he agreenient. negotiated Sunday calls noi title to the estate to be turned over to the Menomimec tribe eb. 22. the date the tribe is restored to reser' ation st alus I he price for the facility '.as 'SI and future considerations.'' Skennadore said. I he Alexians had orginally said they would sell the building and grounds for $75,00 INCLUDED IN the agreement '.as a clause that the Indians must show a good faith effort the reimburse the Alexuan brothers. The occupation of the Abbey began New Year's Day The area was immediately sealed cif by law enforcement officials who were late relieved by Nationai Guardnmen. Occasional gunfire was reported. During the drawn-out occupation area whites accused oficials of "coddling" the Indians and threatened several times to march to the novitiate and evict the occupiers. -I v Ford' t rave oy AL psule s budget S today WASHING I ON (UPII -President Ford sent ( oigr1'ss h j349 billion 1976 budget Monday, warning than its peccrr, ecord ol $52 record billion in deficit spend ing cannot avoided in t ies like these.' "he budget faced certain opposition Iron dinher' at' disnmayed by the red-mk spending, liberals anger id proposed slashes in welfare spending and IDemor nil read Iihting somieof its key energy and ecotinmic pros 5ns REP. AL Ullmian, D-Ore. ehairnman of I he Iin "rnun Ways Means Committee, said Sunday it is hl doubtfIi Congress would approve many of Foid spoo weltare h acks. on the one hand. or his increised dene expendat s on the other. Ullnai xas interviewed on NBC-TVs "Meei the Press He discused that about 16 billion of Ford's proposed Si billion in, spending cuts would affect ,eltare prtgramis.H ilso indicated Ford might be seeking up to $11 billion mothan last year for defense, with virtually no chance ol getti it. ANTICIPATING controversy. Ford gave newsmen brisk preview of his budget Saturday. describing it as ''a budget, calling for expendiures of $349 billion -almost S He aidspeding in ihe 197h fiscal year hegumnmg liui would exceed revenues by about $52 bilon -.i deficit eX ceeded only by the $54.9 billion of 1943 --and an II lper Le Increase 01er the $313.4 that will he spent hs the und of th: Iiscal scar But lodt w4*1ed the 1976 dIefiit &otuld piuihp ,it'Iic I i1ho o al most $70 Ibillton it toigress dtene e [' I in oposed spending cut', many of them in Sot nl Medicare and other welfare programs. AND FORD, a lI elong conservat I ive t and pri ieni balanced budgets. said the deficit spending is insw iictc'%' ao revitalize the sagginiM economy "We muMt recognize that, in times like these. it Is goe national policy both to provide financial support no tho unemployed and to introduce a measured aniouiit of ad. (dltional stimulus into the private economy by a tan reduc: tion." Ford said. I-e appealed to Congress to "walk that extra mule with mie by approving both his new budget and his proposed spending cut. Although the size of the budget would suggest spendui9 increases in most major categories. Ford said mo.! of the deficit would be created by decreased federal tax restflUt and sharp increases in spending for unemployment benefits He said there were no new spending programs involved cxCCP im the energy conservation field. 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------COUPON GOOD UNTIL FEB. 15 a. .m---CORNON PE COBRE '74s era4Pec 1542W UNIVERSITY ocrossfronmthe.qrodibrry "WORED'S BIGGEST BAKE POTATO' Including SHRIMP DmNNER-$2.39 CHILD'S PtATE$49 HOT ROAST bE SANDWICH WITH POTATO 1UIMMINOG $1.49 BROCCOLU-HOMEMADE ONION RINGS 9 I -----------------------------= m m g Th. Independen. florida AJIg.,0,. Mondoy, Febnjory 3. 1975 Peg. 3 Career employes ask for open budget review By GARY BALANOFF Alligator Staff Writer Ihe t areer Servace Emiployes 1-ederation K(SEF) "ill jsk Dr Robert Maui,. State Umniersity Systen' (Stis) chancellor. icr open hearings on the SUS and UF budgets. Dr Robert 9. Marston. U F president, met with representatives of the CSEF Friday afternoon, and tol then, he uwoWld not inm HOWEVER, MARSTON adIded. "I have no objection to it." Dale Stratford. CSEF president. gave Marston a letter at the Friday meeting. stating the employes' concern with the possibility of' layoffs at UFP. Marston said it was impossiblee lor him to be responsible for rumor' spread by other sources about layoffs. but added the central administration had never 'aid there would be layoffs. "I CANNOT STOP rumors.' he 'aid. "I assure you there are going to he i umors next Marston authorized the transfer of funds Wednesday from the 2. Hills Miller Health Center and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences budgets to make up an S&ESXX0 deficit in the budgets of the other UP colleges. He received approval from the Board of Regents for the transfer Friday. "I believe with this flexibility '.e can get through to the first of July'" Marston said. 'Tm not going to fire people" THE BUDGET FOR 1975-76 will be constructed by July I. After that date, "that is a whole Aiew ballgame." Marston said. "The general assumption is that it's going to be a tight year." This year. "the university is going to carry out its commitmentss" he said. "We are not convinced there aren't unnecessary funds being spent" Stratford said. Drug theft DALE STRATFORD employ. geodor "IF THERE ARE '.ays we can save funds I would certainly like to know those," Marston replied, "it would sure be nice to lind somie alternatives. Stratford also asked Marston for a public apology for the statement of Phylis Durell. Marston's assistant. At a demonstration by the CSEF in front of I igert Hall Thursday. Druell said, "It's a pretty motley looking crew, isn't it?" referring to the demonstrators. "I do not believe if I had been there. I would have made such a statement." Marston said. "I'm sure I would not."* involves three Three UP freshmen have been referred to the Office of Student Conduct for their involvement mn 3 theft set up by a fake drug purchase, according to University Departnment (UPD) Information Officer fim, Shuler Shuler said two residents ofYou Hall faked arrangements to buy marijuana from a North Hall resident. THE STAGED PURCHASE wjs interrupted by a third You Hall resident who grabbed a footlocker containing the marijuana and ran away with it. Shuler said. A witness to the theft reported the incident to UPD) after the victim was "roughed up and threatened," Shuler said. Officers apprehended the thieves in their rooms and recovered the locker and its contents. Sholer said. SHULER SAID no arrests were made because possession of the drugs could not be proven, and the North Hall resident refused to press charges for the theft (it his locker. Sears arrested for campus The arrest of an l8-year-old Santa Fe Community College student by University Police Department (UPD)) has led to the recovery of more than S600O worth of property stolen during recent autobreak-ins on campus according to UPD) Information Officer Jim Shuler. Jeffrey Leroy Sears, 307 SW 16th Avenue, was arrested Wednesday night, according to Shuler. and charged with the theft of a tenspeed bike. SHUL.ER SAID Seans revealed the name thefts and address of an accomplice in the bike theft. UPD Investigator K. W. Overstreet went to the address to question the accomplice, but the youth escaped through a rear exit. Shuler said. A SEARCH OF THE PREMISES tincovered the cache of stolen goods, Shuler said. Shuler said Sears .nd his accomplice may have been involved In as many as 13 auto larcenies on campus. All of the cans except one were Volkswagons. Dorm robber escapes from UPD A nineteen-year-old UP student was robbed in her dorm room Sunday morning, according to University Police Department 4UPD) Information Officer Jim Shuler. Patrice Bittner. of Broward Hall. reported she tound a white male in her roan, about 2:43 am. Shulet said. The subject. described as being between 19 .i fld "*ars of age: dmesed in a flower'prlmt shirt and dark brown pants and having medium length light brown hair, was found holding Bittner's wallet. Shuler said. The thief pushed Rittner aguinit a wall and fled into the ball. Shuler said. Another white male joined the thief near the second floor study lounge and the pair ewcaped.' Shuler said the InvestlgatioftIs contining.

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Pag. 4,1%. Inde.,to florid. AMigator, Monday. Febnuory 3. 1975 Office to aid affirmative action with centra ized fly JANET PARK Alligator Staff Writer I he Alachua County afflrmaunc action plan socn will tided by a cenraled personnel office, according to Milton Baker. acting business manager lor the county commission Baker did not know when the office would be rtted or when (he static would begin work [ he system bor counts hiring is no'. done K individual departments'' Baker said. 'We're in the process ot trying to set up this office UNDER THE county's ittirnmative action plan, (here are certain 'target areas' bor hiring, he said. The centralized office viii have certain goals lor hiring women and mimurit' hrer plan. adopted Nos 12 by the commIssion, calls bor a woman or minority worker to be hired tot one ot evety two vacant positions in the county. ACCORDING to Federal Aid Coordinator Dale McPherson. no new positions will be ereawed to employ more mmiiorities. The natural turnover rate will open enough positions to correct inequities in percentages ot women and minority workers as compared to white males i. Geils Band c anc els scheduled concert The I (Gells Band concert scheduled bor last night was canceled because ol a band menber's illness, Steve Block, who is in charge of Student Government Productions, said SG received a telegram Saturday to jell them Seth Jusiman. the band', organist, has an upper respiratory disease, and that the concert must be canceled The University Box Office in Constans Theater will refund tickets beginig Wednesday at noon. "It s very possible they will be rescheduled We just donit know." Block said personnel L ndcr (he plan. C.ounis Aij,,iistrjtor Ho, 11( WeVIIOf Is I csponsiblc lot tepsrtmienit' undci him uitng dfl LfmpltiSC rccrultmn1 li I I hi lisi will lbe lumnshed us thc new ly-reatcd persOhli police, which wilI slect persons qualitied to hold mint' positions .and let departments miLe their selecuin Iroil this list 'Oeration t icketfs for Strick enforcenment of btcycle safety Lie b ikers laws bK the University Police Department (UPD? began Saturday 'Operationt Lite,". bike safety program sponsored jointly bk (he Gainesville Police Department. the Alachua County Sheriff, Department and UJPD. will mecan traffic tickets for cyctists violating traftic regulations. rhe program, according 10 UPD Chief Audie Shuler. is designed "to sake protective measure to prevent bike related accidents, not simply to issue tickets. tickets will he issued bor the following violations. *Runnings'stop liht or stopsign: *Not utiling existing hike paths. .1 raveling the wrong way on a one way street: *Driving against the llow ot traffic on the lefi side ot the oad Speeding tickers will riot he issued I here has not been hike related tralticedeath on campus. according to UPD Inbormation Officer Jim Shuler. hut 48 peCOPle were injured in accidents in 1974 Shuler said two bicycle accidents resulting in mlurles occured during the week ending Feb. I, one on the main campus and one on UF s P.K. Yonge property CAMERA SHOP FACTORY COLOR The man from Unicolor will be hero ONE DAY THURS ONLY FEB. 6 Demonstration times: 11:30 1:30 2:00 4:00 I55 .,. ITI" in, Univ. SPE CIA L -THIS WEEK ONLYca tpeplye $12.95 SOUND DOCTORS Behind Sound City In front of Shoppe One 121NW 4th Ave. 377-8913 electronic Calcctcs SR-b $59.95 $67.95L oAbove Prices Are Below List Au.s Eom Lk., Wust SEE DON'T 2~2 W& ..

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Th. tndependhnt FRordo AJIgoor. Mandoy Februcry 3 1975, Peg. S Rabbi A NY ( All ~I dll T ?H~')o 111)1' .)() ,EE~ *3.O98 MWILLER-BROWN 4222 N.W. 13 St. ItI'A tr~lb 4 ~'~I Verdict /t rofl /Pagc one c I represent nlh jhems I don 1 represent he Ahhiguor IBigs Marn'ish said the tontessnm4 '1, partitu invoI ecI a teldtise bet., lSt 'I hi, person, 'prea il il ross t he "P1 BUL/lIN, di eenal hit m h ISt s LtmI h 1151 4 Necrc&% ot the siudlerits ilarh Important w.hem it 01 In .icnlinistrator new pipe. Iis dil tualI miakes hiN U \)I;aiIIIr '\ eJ'inr \4 ilh~elt Ct 'ilie tetuLi to cotn 'rtteenc I a tep)(rtt'i it the Honor ( ourt for two ttnrStcur e lights had ',locked the piiilmis ci an ecitn htflestigamon "CONFESSIONS have fallen off substitntialIb nice the "ord got out there wa' a reporie, siting M the dor l-'ervone is atraid hit the' arc voing 1l he thr lrsi one to ha; their name in he paper Marnmish said M arm ish said he had hoped all the mnI' ~Iuals mioIhed wtould confess before bemng totml chaiiged. but said the puhlcits had imidei that impossible ntw I wentsthe students were mailed their lormial chiarges Fuidan. and another 2(1 in(ormntItns "ill he sen t ear' 1hi% wcek MORE SUMMARY HEARINGS 'nill hcei m the i dle I t hi' aek In a related matter the V'F ihuptet it pirolcssioiial lout iahlM%. iassect .4 i esolutioti NuLd;I)ttln~g iht ILtcliitS to ojpci .ill Hfliit ( 'ull It ls aind hearings t 1isoliiti&,i waS untimlOtiSh IpJS\ed In it' I steCtitie tonmilittCC intetiln SI)5X 'in sp'ecill metmg called hunda ,,hr,ou rTHE RESOlUTION READS mn at. When he ioLrtro)m iS (10,1d to the phlic. tt ,)es that spreads t' the oew's oh the erapc' me Rumors spi ead miar' ol her, fmisc and d(agly In innocent people In t hi' a' moNphere es ervotnc loses. espcially the innocent "' the resolution, read: SDX President Burr) 1-redmian said he wAaS linin to present the resolution at the generaI mieetmng iii SDX this w.eek lor their approval. Investigation(From page v),d over. students would have probably have to go through 'administrative hearings. where they can suspend you righi away and where you would have to come back later tp defend your rights Marmish originally estimated that a' many as 2(X) students mlay be involved 'p the cheating. and said Friday those estimates may still hold. But he added some ot the students under suspicion have lefA town and one was even out of the country. "UNLESS THEY come back and tell us what they did, we won't know. If they don't come back there's goimg to he people who won't get caught.' Marmish said. Harris. Marmish. and Chief Defense Counsel Byron Petersen are in the process of reorganizing the Honor Court to cope with an ever-widening investigation. All three officials have expressed concern over having to w.ork long hours on the mniestigation. sometimes working unti 4 or 5 urm All three are lull-unit students and have complained of flllng behind in classes MARMISH HAS ADMITTED making "seertl ni stakes In Ihe course of the inestigation because ob has img to do 'too nmanyv things mysell."' We ha' c iorn oil 5 led on imtdex cards on every person who has been implicated. whtcourse is involved, what exam, and who said so. People who gave confessions are w iling to testify against these people." Mannish said But he told of at least one instance in which mbormation accumulated on card turned out to be wrong. "Now Inm going to crosscheck every case to see if they're really right. This may have gotten out of hand." he said. HE ALSO ADMIflED granting immunity to one suspect in return for information, but said because he didn't tell his staff of his action, the informer was called back or questioning. "He came back hysterical.' Harris said. "He complained that he had been granted immunity and then called back." Marmish said he "pumped him for some more information" and let the immunity stick. He denied that any others were granted immunity. saying "the rest of the interrogations are legitimate. except for a certain amount of bluffing." PETERSEN SAID there were 45 mnformation cards on suspects ready to be filed. but added only 25 will be processed this week w,,gh 20 more being held to check for inbormautior, error' Petersen said the Honor Court will be 'institutionalized" so that he, Marmiish. and Harris would be able to "step out of the system" without a breakdown occurring." Marmish has already idicated he would be leaving the Honor Court next quarter and did not expect to see the investigation through. CHANGES WILL INCLUDE new offices bor both the defense and prosecution, larger staTs and new rules of procedure being set up. "We will have rules set up so that people in the hierarchy can step in and handle the investigation in ease one of us drops out." Petersen said. In addition, the Honor Court is requesting 13,0X) from Student Government to hire court stenographers to record confessions and test inony. THE STUDENT SENATE will probably vote on the appropriation at their next meeting Tuesday night. Marnmish said the system is becoming overloaded as more people come in to confess. "So many people did come in I was beginning to wonder if it was because of the publicity and out of fear of what would happen to them if they didn't," Marndsh 'aid. He said he became concerned that many persons were confessing without proper counseling, and began to advise people not to come in until after information is filed on them. Delta Delta Delta Sorority Is orrering a Scholarship All Full Time Undergraduate Women Eligible Appications Available At. Service Projects Chairman Dean of Women & Director of Financial Aid Formare information call I Ice at: 373-2501 or. 376-0962 ~twrWn-Osdlne for Completed Apg1IlC~tfOM MUC41, 197$ DR. H J. STEVENS DR. RICHARD STEVENS ACROSS FRMOI NSV LLE PHONE 372-1229 tIFF-SET PRINTING FROV CAMERA-READY COPY 3.95 for 200 copies Copies as low as cent 9.9 5perOOO Same day service on mos t orders Rennaissance Printing Inc. 1632 West Univermity Ane. In the Renaissance Fair 372-486 I PAUL MARMISH rmaintains secitcy GREA POCKET CALCULATOR I SquwrnRst 9 c p a I With Memory Down town L4 ua. '-I-

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Pog.eTh ni~d.,,.dnFlovldaAlligotor Monday Februory 3 U97S No Sh evin agains t Reports that florida Atu Gen. Robert Shevin might si the Board of Regents f0 cutting ofT lower divisic students at two stall in iversities are qull erroneous.'' Asst. Atty Geri John igie said Thursday. "An ofT hand remark made was apparent miisconstrued." Ingle sal here were statewide reports Thursday that She.: might sue the regents if th4 roted to abolish freshmen ar sophomore classes at th University of South Florida lIamp, and Florid Technological University i Orlando, as is proposed. Ingle raised the possibili oflsuing the regents "based o some runiors I'd heard th they were going to pass thi thing (lower division cut-oft! without approval of th Cabinet," The Florida Cabine1 which also serves as the sta Board of Education, mu approve all rules all regulations passed by ihl regents. s uit regents y'. e Betweent one InternlLbOndI and one American Monday & Wednesday 400BOO0PM Baptist Student Center hitenti on & Amricas In*t '"ete ngltiltin action Conversat onal Enlqish one bour oer wsek to U ROBERT SHEVIN .aftomey general "My only concern was that the regents might try to pass this thing without Cabimet approval.' Ingle said. uulfthey did that, then a suit would be a possibility." Ingle said he has met with the regents' legal counsel, and lhas been told the regents would not pass such a lower division cut-off without the Cabinet's approval. WH AT'S H APPENING IDENTITY GROUP: begins this week, sponsored by Student Health Service, to cover the questions "'Who am j)" and "Where am I going'' I-or Iurther information call 392-1171 or stop hy the lnfirmary. room 354). NOW ANTHOLOGY: the National Organm/ation for Women (NOW) w.ill he accepting original poems. writmng'. photographs and drawmigs bor publication in NOW's Anthology. Please submit them to the NOW office or mailbox. 3rd floor of the I. W ayne Reit, U mon. For further in. bormiation call 373-166,2. BLOCK AND BRIDLE: '.ill nie't tonight at 7 in McCarty Hall room G086. Speaker '.ill be Wayne Brandenburg of the Anchor Labs Inc. RESEARCH ADDRESS: "Accountability and the Future ot Basic Research'' is the topic ol the address by Dr Y onne Brackbill Uoday at 4 p.m. In McCarty Auditorium For rur-ther ,nbrniation call 392-2295. DISCIPLES OF SRI CHINMOY: sill speak tonight at 1 he 1. Wayne Reitz Union. room 362 TM LECTURE: sponsored by, the Iranscendental Meditation Society will be held mn Murphree Commions tonight at 7. For further information call 378-2742 HIKING CLUB: '.ill mledt tonight at N in Florida Gym. on, 220. [hey .il discuss future hikes and the spring break hike through the Smoky Mountains. EDUCATION SC: The College ol Education Student Council wIl meet tonight at 7 in Norman Hall. room Ill. For further mitornmation call 392-6589. ENGINEERING DAMES: will nmeer tonight at 7:30 at 1501 NW 4%!h lerrace. For turmher iormation call 373.3887. BRAIN LECTURE: 'Broca's Area" is the title of the lecture sponsored by the Communication Sciences Laboratory to be held Tuesday at S p.m. in Little Hall. rwnm 121. For turther infornmarion call 392-2046,. ext. 33. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE COLLEGE ORGANIZATION: holds weekly testimony meetings at 7 p.m. on Tucsdays on the 3rd floor of the I Wayne Reitz Union in room 339. For Ibriher information call 373-1850. RELIGION AND YOUR MARRIAGE: is the topic for discussion Tuesday at 7:30 p~m. au the Married Student Center. 1320 W. University AMe. Free child care 'ill be provided. For further information call 377-8125. SPELUNKERS: The Florida Speleological Sociely will meet tuesday at 7 p.m. in Little Hall. room 215 For further imformation call 378-b144. ERA MEETING: Gaiines'ille Organizations for the Equal Rights Anmendnment .ill make p'Ins icr lobbying and the itriting ofletters to legislators to pass the ERA. Wednesday at :30 pl~l. at 419 NE I st St For turther information call 3'3'(013 ** Cd 3114405 ** TERMS EVERYTHING MUST BE SOWD GOING OUT FORlCED TO MOVE OUR BUSINESS SOME NEW SOME USED S piece bedrOOM suYS $9 50 Nib's Innw$ Si7 floch Dnrg roan'chawn 53O0 Spiece dnete "' .5 Heonycoipatg2 11950 100's OF OThER ITEMS CASH OR FURNITURE CITY Store

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EVERY MONDAY NIGHT PIZZA BUFFET 5:3 :2 "PICK YOUR FAVORITE' < ~ Selection of flavor baked pizza $1.59S 316 S.W. 16th Ave 376-4521 Th. ndependen* Florida AlIgator. Monday. February 3. 1975. Pa;. 7 ng group pln eain tight to somchown ie dicmhinel troim state nnIs I he mecetmng (1id ,ot accomplish amyihmg substantial." 'le In .sens:. it iihe Frdas hearing) w a' .disappointment.' Dr. Ron Carpenter. 'ice chairman of the American A ssoc, at ion of 1' n ersit V Prfsr (A AUP-Fl a ). said.Hut hi' .ddel theres lust too much at stake'' to move ahead too last "Ii womld he a disaster it all parties didn't proceed in a prtudecnt way he said, I here w as riuch disc' ss'on a bout the possa iIhty of (june1 lle as a site for sonic of the hearings I iat her stronghi urged that t hes hold all i he hearings bert." Leadon said "I think it would be .i conmenience to e' ervone" to hold 'onmc of the hearings mi Gamnesville. Mcgill said. 'be conmmiissionl will dIetermmein the site of the hearings B, GARY BALANOFF Alligator Staff Writer Ii cuLth collectui bargaining groups will have until Friday to suibmnt ItSU gest ion whet, and where formal hearings ill be orfdct bs the Public Em ployes Relations Commiiission in imirmial hearings Friday mn Tallahassee. representatives 'I the acfults grou ps were mnformed by commission counsel (f rts MIaL k t hei should make w ritteni statements ci their prec t renices "We jproposedl the earliest possible date" for the beginnng iif ormal hearings. Dr. Ken Mcgill. United Faculty of Florida till F) state secretary. said. But Mack said the Iive-niember eomm,'ssion will have final Ietermml~ati(,n over where and when the hearings will begin. Is 'wil as the order of presentation,. He sad 10-20 days will probably be sufficient for hearings such hearnr.e started Match 10. as Mack projected, they wMild continue Cl Cr' day until spring quarter begins. \her that date. hearings would be conducted three days wecek until their conclusion. I he kcs issue to be decided in the normal hearings will be I he we/ ot iiilective bargainig unmts. \hcer ii is determinel whether separate colleges will have c heii ni units an election will be held to determine collective Ha ainmng agents bor the members of the unit. It w is hoped certain m'aters could be settled at Friday' Ii arm ini Cerm1 si ,e of umni'. However. Board of Regents p. sets could not agree with faculty organizations' conentions t hat graduate assistants with more than 54) per cent research-teaclhig loads, and department chairpersons should he included in any bargainig unit. Another mnaior tropic ot discussion Friday covered the options concerning hiring hearing officer bor the formal hearings. l-ihe commission member or someone from the division of admiinistrative hearing examiners will be hired by the partiipatimg groups. "Thi is the kind of case where you need an experienced hearing officer." Mack said. "lie question hinges on finances." Dr. Bernard Leaden. UF Engineering Faculty Association president, said. [he groups wil be tbrced to pay for the hearing officer. "Several of us object to this in principle," Leaden said. "They faculty groups Budget to city A special presentation suggest Oils changes agenda conicerning downtown redevelopmeni and proposed budget adjustnments for Gainesville during 1974-75 are on the agenda for the city commission meeting Monday night [he special presentation by the Department of Community Development will show what the downtown area will have to otter when it is renovated. A NEW ORDER by the Public Service Commission on a continuing report over fuel adjustment charges will also be discussed at the 7 p.m meeting. Ohcr items on the agenda are: *A report by City Manager B. Harold Farmer on the status of the SW 16th Avenue extension and bikepath. *A resolution scheduled to be read by UF Women' Student Atfairs Director Cindy Shellenberger on Internation Womiens Year 3975. PAID FOR AT USUAL ADVERTISING RAIED IF Dv H ORKE FOR ANY OF THESE STUDENT GOVERNMENT GROUPS Accent All College Councils EAG Florida Players Gotor Growl FUK Homecoming lntranmuroIs Musical Groups Technical ServIces (Public Functions Authority) Samson S.G. Productions S.G. Elections (Pollworkers) Iroffic Court Paid S. Officials DURING THE PAST YEAR P1L SE COME TO RM. 310 JWRU AND PICK UP YOUR I -" q ..4 r S based on

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Pog.5. Th. independn* floddo Ailigoto, Monday, Febroey 3. 1975 EDITORIA L A hero the dus t Flipping through last quarter's Alligators, we wince when we conic to the Nov. 25 issue. On that day an ibis space we sang the praises of a not-so-famous man. Paul Marmish. Of course these days you can't read The Alligator -or the Gainesville Sun. or the Orlando Sentinel, or the St. Petersburg Times, or the Miami Herald, or listen to the radio or watch television -without knowing who Paul Marmish Is. As Honor Court Atty. Gen. Mannish is the chief prosecutor in the investigation into alleged mass cheating in the UF College of Business Administration. It isan investigatin. Marmish says, tha ma the secrecy of the investigation, it potentially involves all 1,700 students in Matherly Hall; it pulls into the muck of suspicion every employee from professor to janitor. Last Friday, without notice and contrary to previous statements, the Honor Court secretly tried and convicted the first student accused of cheating-. The court recommended to the Student Conduct Committee that the student be suspended from UJF for three quarters, a recommendation that most likely will stick. But back to Nov. 25. That was the day we compared Paul Marmish to Elliott Richardson, the former U.S. Atty. Gen. who resigned rather than be a part of the subversion of Constitutional government by the Nixon Administration. At issue in November was whether the Honor Court would have jurisdiction over secret meetings by members of the Activities and Services Fees Advisory Committee, meetings that violated the Student Government-in-the-Sunshine Law. Marmish was the prosecutor in that case. And when Tigert Hall decided it would not put a hold on the records of students charged with breaking the Sunshine Law, thereby leaving the Honor Court with no way to enforce it. Marmish threw up his hands and quit in protest. We called his resignation, on Nov. 25, an act of heroism. We praised Marmish for having the guts to back up his belief that there is no greater danger to democracy than government behind closed doors. But now Paul Marmish is back at the Honor Court, and something between Nov. 25 and now has changed his attitude. After dropping vague hints about horrible deeds committed by UF students, some of whom he claims are the children of "important" persons around the state. Mannish supports the decision to keep the trials of accused cheaters closed to the public and the press. For sonme reason Paul Mannish doesn't want the public to know what he's doing in room 346 of the student-built i. Wayne Reitz Union. And he doesn't want the public to know who he's doing it to.Our best guess, with egg on our face. is that we And to Eliott Richardson, we apoloize. *EADER? V A fl E(XI WCM M HAR fl A2F Changing face of colonialism article about the posilitmaofane armed U b. nvasin o"f Venezuela. a Latin A merican signatory of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). IN HOLLOWLY timorous Ianguage the magazine mouthed the old cltches about Latin American "solidarity" before gringo 'big stick" diplomacy. The Venezuelan nationalist position, as Bohemia stated it. was "simply one of defense against outside aggression." The Venezuelans have little to fear If the energy-hungry U.S. were to invade any country, it would probably be one of those less-populated sheikdomis of the Arab oil magnates. Anyway, the U.S. has come a long was since the time of the armed militarymivasions of Santo Domingo. Nowadays, f the Yankees wanted to call the shots, they wouldprobablyopt to do so covertly instead of overtI). as had happened in prc-coup Chile. THE MAJOR point boils down to this: in today's world who really has the spiraling potention for good old-fashioned naked imperialism' We contend, at's certainly no longer the flnanciallybeleaguered United States. This is not to say that Uncle Sam can't march Io some foreign land and erect a flag over all he sees, nineteenthcentury style. The U.S.' military clout remains, for the moment at least, respected. But political and economic observers everywhere have been lately noticing subtle shifts in the loca! of world monetary power. SOARING U.S. and European trade deficits to OPEC members alone attest to the violability of the onceunchallenged Western business and political interests. With the Arabs buying into West German auto factories. quietly negotiating for bank ownerships in California and Michigan, and speaking softly about shortand long-terni loans from such institutions as the Chase. Manhattan-ont can sense that certain essential global economic factors are an flux. The Independent Florida Alligator CU Gn4an I A.Tooy Kendz"or C. Roy shipp TomMcNameqr. Ray MeO. Jr Donna Lo, Any Mawe 1. DEan Snyd.t ~ nnSeMr Ice WflflA R ICH AR D DURKHOLDER ST AFF WR ITINGS What as evoinmg basically, is the potential ground work for a new form of uniformed soldiers, exports little or ro homeland culture, and hoists no national banners on hgh, It is a brand-new. non-nmanifest-desitny colonialismi rooted in computers, maocroeconomics. and college-trained personnel. IN SHORT. a colonialism of delicate but mecwrd'Le economic imperialism. A grabbing up. if you w.all. ls the fortunate possessors of crucial energy resources of the ower to decide the rest of the Western world's collective lace For much of the West this fiscal expansionism tiy the i producers is necessary to avert eventual collapse. Tlic manisiei funds collected by the OPEC countries have to be re-mnsestcd in foreign holdings because a) presently their own II.IIOFII cannot absorb this new fiscal incrementation and. [4 more especially for the U.S., it's in the oil exporters' best IrterC%(s to pump funds into faltering foreign economies so as an Leep, Western markets and-some argue. Western LIWensC systems-intact. This as in marked contrast to imperialistic times ot s)rC gone are the days ol forcible territorial takeover ond sanisheI is the usually-dejected spirit of the conquered. Instead, the vanquished are welcoming the arrival ol the victors--or atleast, of the Victors' money, which assupw to keep the colonies solvent. THUS, WHILE the new colonialism is still in It% mtarlQ concerned bystanders are well-advised to keep an eye oil it' potential ramifications for world commercial anid political influence. And, if necessary. to control imperial abuses while the' are still nmanageablc. David Smith Edtor-in-chieft David WJ.In I NewsEditor .,I Wood Managing Editor ~c.na buegmon Layout Mdao, Ans Gwwrenml -ag, Aai on enlMnq. Bo,. aup AMerng NoSan Ma. Moin Jon. Lay.fldhor Publlhed by Ca~nmj. Comm,,mwatiorr. iii I P.O. lox l22g UnIvrIY Stoa,,,. Gosawwilhe. FAorida whm @4 I. behind t. C.IIgr inn. 172 WaSt UnInI*s A.ou. t~naCie" A: S M j bites ..

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S -~ Th. Independent* FMordo MIgcor, Monday Febru.y 3. 1975, Pug. 9 Ron s raisi ng money for his o d boss lie scandals and trials of Wateiaatc, \Iliuiiniu lheit so-andone-halt years. have ,roducetl j eeat mu mterestifg fallout. One of the most IeCenTl it these i ~eaking tour travels of many ol the Watergate piit p neludimg both convicted and conictmng p.artiupain THIS IS REALLY nothing new Figures b~rfliwhl into thle public eye by their famous (or i amlo us Ct ndul hi o 1 en CIgci qmkto parlay their notoriety Into profit through "1iii02 "I vi'ng speeches about their imvolsemernt (ontider CIiflbrd Irving. since his absurd Fioutdt Ihacs ,ioyraphy fraud, he has been a guest ont ndnmcrnu. ilk shows and ha been doing more w.ritimg(rnot t, miemlitot stil :rsirne panoil his bogus biography.) All m ill. he his done quitL welI for a charlatan. OPINIONi Which brings us to a case in point, right here at our mmn halls or ivy: Mr. Ronald Zielger is (through the courtesy of Accent '75)coming to UF to speak next month. FOR THOSE of you who may not know him. Ron is the man who gave up his illustrious career as a barker at Disneyland to become former President Nixon's Press Deceiver. His job wastoconvey Mr. Nixon's falsehoods to the ~nttcr i, telL w.ho wmas the better liar --ixon Or Ron. \\ e~. N wi gone now' and so is Ron. We can be thankful tha n r ihoi h e a boob for a President. at least hs n; Ron is miak.g a speaking tour around dhe country i
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Peg. ID, The Independent Plorido Ailigator Monday, February 3. 1975 FOR SALE Miteth 8 aronhsoid perfe trd 5,.$65 Ow $99 cii beit of e'sO N.or'F wuikI IN neipr min suti'tie 12 0 or besi mie 1 0 443i .A 1(1 oS pi_ __ Ariiiuc 1955 ford 7'"c6l body i res *.'qrri erIellcin' Nmeeds l'rim,suo, dliturd 373 2224 keep ir jriQ ri1 '73 Hiond, 350 Fxcreliant Corndition ib WI hinet (all1 Dovid 373 2224 6ep 'ryq i t 0 -c FOR SALE y nh' i'i 1.49 .de joge & i'ephoic 'ens 'ne''r~er, n crircm a irih id casesfo ta $225 an! so+ i '786.3t0 _A 5TS9P ____ Por (le ,e surs 26 'ch k speed h'ke 'uod onditon $0C X0 i'nil .hem'> iii 377 4459 alter S5 0 A S! 60 F> torkhierirer, 2 mole Ifernaie Ak(O BKO breedi r, 3/7 0218 after 5 30 Gro r.20L'abie AST 69P,_ oid Nko w 5m i l4 $I50 4sl 1 sp Srack 1N nay, Cas imp '0cile' $25 new Acddos i7 /.$12 poriah'e 1 ypewu 'ter $20 Co ii Icr. 177 0578 i A 5T '960 -Ontioc rge tornwagon AM FM radio factory or hearer Ia ggoge rack power steering tape deck Oiiiorrtic super elear, $750 378-5934 ao St 70 p. Sears icr, speed F reetoir it with lark rindchain iwomnorth, old $70 0 3425 1204 SW 2nd Ave 373 6118 fa 5t 7Z pi FOR SALE .'6 sbag carper .ace deck LI Once .r a fln nppor i.sn tv c niy 1995 sea at safari o'mfjfoond rfl actao iaSi17Opl HONDA Si C 0 197l 9ood shops $2C0 1 Io 'ObIOU' stec y vr. CamTper Ic Wree, *ed tromre $25 heater $30 motOr cyd'e $80 bean bog t~hour $5 ,tnnts shelves $15 b~orrel *nomp $SIC eletr giurers $10 377 2990 317 2187 ,a 2' 2 p: ____ ____ Fr'e speed i'n ,ke ercekient ondrtion 170 wIh chain lock Coil 372 705 eveen lo SF-2 p1 Men and lade' en speed, sears never used bk c with chomns asking $1Ct for pm Phone no 392I934 {a-2i 72-p) A Sonyo S track 2 or 4 channel wih speaker' Excellsni Cond,' ion Ask ng95 dollars or best afler Need Money' CoIl 377 83)6 to21 73*p) Refr.gerotors 35 Ct Dinig table 6 cahirs Water skis 15 Ct Oouble beds tarpers 15 Ct up misc gloss top toble ph 377 9835 2 'tracts behind 8owIhnqolley 6 weekdays 5 Sot closed Sunday Ocaler it3 72 p. 'rush seller puppet AKC registered Ccrodlor, stock shots wormed Prred .easornbly to self Gregory 377 S325 or 472 3050 ao St 73-p. FOR ENT WANI TO MOVE' II you des,. to move from your present location we car, rent, sublet Ico find you o roommate immediately at NO COST Call today United Redl Estate Anso Inc 113 NE 1MIh Ave 377-6992 (b-fr-55-c) opt to subleo. ovolloble feb24 clot t Campus 2 bdr, roo, '72 mo 378-4336 after 5 pms IS )OT-k7-P) Liberal roomate wanted to shore 3 bedroom hous, OWn room walking distance 'o corpus $67 montb -3 utibiies call 378-94%6 (b-5t-4&o9) NO LEASE NO LAST MaNTH 2 bedroom furnished units from $)35 per month inlues w seswagegarbog.pk up, pest-control and yard core Prairie View Mobile Village 378-MI I or 3733284 (b-20t-49-p) lemnleroovmmote wontedto shore room in a two bedroom opt oak fore.t apis $7614 a mOnth immediate OCCupflCy coil 377-5381 (b-St-70-p) HOUSE IN THE COUNTRY Eight miles to comptil Pets OK 63CC + I-3 tA Coal 372-2766 {b St-70-p) ROOATE WANTEO sublet o 4 bdrm apI ac pool shoe Corp.' across from tigeui 53 no tonloCt tH. place office No deposit no lease house on Poke Santo Fe need on. to .hore with $1l0 mo, uti incld quiet Corp., dishws. porch yard don 4W8-lOSS 376.2*48 (b-5'-7O-p} immediote Occupancy 3 bedroom opi central hot and air with pool 215 per month coil 373-22W9 or 373-3464 (b-Sr. MEAT tHE ICUSING SHOTAG(III Now i th. tlrei10 starn looking for that ideal hom. for toting or Fall 0'r We hove many I'blngt ova1t.'o theni --a small depsil ton hold it for you Call Windn.adows unfumnisksed oodvument 2 B2 barb carpet dropes AC patio pool tern sccu b eb ccli 373-9596 or 3732 emn for rent. 2 ar 3 people MF or cple $3-0Mo nc deposit lost mo ID min bi&. to campus liberal own roan, call antirne 373-7127 (b-31-7)-p) Private Room Moed service mole one blk to UF firsl half Feb free lease ltil June N80O tQuiet 2nd 0 Tefly 377 t159 los, month + 540 dep {b-St 7 -p1 Fea, roommate needed at Place Api Own 6dm 597 4 ut Liuiuy Opt WaAk *o if Coil Virginia 392-76)2 or 375-4363 Of come Isy No 116 (b 5t-71 p) Room for rrn own room an bedrOom house 588 mo + .3 utilites Censtral air arnd hint across from wesiside pork 1104 NW 34 St 376 8423 (b St71 ace too., for vent including oil .flhlil good tOCOliOton fo, mare tnfornmoon, drop by CS aw 13 St or coll 376-9252 ask fo. donald (b-3l-72-p) roomore to shore large bdrt' in 3 tdm pr 543 macsI, + athern call after 6 377-959 (b-2472-p) FOR RENT $l0D daposri Call Keith a. Susorn at 372 '032 afer 5pmn [ocoted iMobile City 'CtS 0K' ernale *oounmote shore twa bedroom Iwo both troilet afamnar gardens 87 50 S utilliis 376-fl0 lb 5I 72 p' cpt a sublet closeto compos furnished Call 373 014 5 8 prm 2 bedroom SI1JO otrh AC ib 2' 73 p) ______ $20 Wink'i ii ent by week or month h' ustir 2 8r home in o le k 'Ic hen equipped childrenSpits OK I' ocoiid V if ries traim the ciy ideal for students -rcul B-ttF.ur on ~ oei Open Qom epmr 28,r 5)40 Walk esrlusuve listing heat air & lully 'as long Pet' uper Qan Rpm SBr House 377 6092 to carmpusli Brnd new this Ipocrous apt with equipped kitchen won't OK i 30) campus Irom, thus lantottic lOcatiOn Ch'ildren & pets C K l13)3 Open 9am 8pm 377 6992 Fireplace 3 Bdr bath with heat air den Corpets,& drapes pets welromnsi (4,.n 9amn 8prm 377 6092 $85 nimth ijti tes pd Cozy api with iudly equipped k itchen No lease ideal tor ,tudenn a orcouplli (112751 Unuied Reol Estate Astoc 13 NE 16 Ave Oper'7Zdoyt 377-6992 ET I BR FURNI APT country gordens ., VA & Shonds cent our heol, dishwosthe., pool, etc ovoil Mar ) 376-3755 after 5 pm (b.3t-73-p) mole roomole needed own room +' utilities coHl ran ofter l0pn 580Ct no 392-0772 (b 4*-7-p) Fern roomnote need a, village opt n~ow own room $800 + '.utilities coil arrne or morgo after 5 pm 377-12O6 lb St 73-p) WANTED GOaD SILVEP Top prices paid for clect rungs, o'd iewrelry. etc confidential cob. Or.i 373-89g(c-5O-53-c) roommate wanted for cauntwy livng Strim to ISof F -ow,, bedroom -$65 I -3 util -liberol bi mature coil charlie at 3fl-4l5O (days) (C-5T-63.P) I 2 female roormmotes wonted 10 shore 2 bedra, opt brandyvin shore tuti'ities Wi, pool sun tenants b'e"kfast'p'''es toll after S 3?&-1903IC. Melpi we n.d e'"ale 'ro'" '"ote rust be fun-loving and pleceont MOD rtonth f % utilities Oclorwood opts close to canipos coil onytirnet 373.3735 c 5t-S-pi Femae t *c ro mi 2 bero plush api Wtndheadows Sdo r io + unifies immediate occtupofly Iftdent p.enrd rnt Tonyo 373-0735 (C-St-69Female roommate wonted Feb I rIn $64. krondywne apis. Tel 3,6-2496 call after 5 pm (C-ST-49-PI studious RlONWII wanted Far own, bdrn in 2 bdmm duplm apt, 2 blocks SMer caps V7&W .+ A uti cell Jim 3V3-5M66 (C.5T-49-P) me room wnet sem 2 6d W-7%A2 (c-St-flp) mote roint coun ares nea campus ornd shonds coil debb'e alter 6 in e I, an time othewis 3,885 c-St HOME HUNTUS We canhelp youfind ahor. uporrent mobile home or .oC~iO tt tehe easy wry OUR FEE IS 2EF UNDAB(F JOG I. BEIDGS II MEALTOQ Open 7Ovsil 7 00 J04 SW4th Ave 377 67Ct A Crown Internetone praOjctean Cistributec by Aprilai iit I S W UnMw. f Da1 I '4 a 7,10 9zS kMig I I I 'flg *OISCOUNT TICKETS 4 *ThtSATT*ACTICN

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r. Thse Independent Roddo Ailigotor, Mondoy, Februery 3, 1975, Peg. I ) L.W ISCntnWANTED CLASS RINGS CUSTOM M I#GWA TCH REPAIRS % net u.Iv. Ave.2alsWlUn372 r10 y Av'' e' ~' NIyrRSITY CITY TR AVEL u .I'u t o r m nMTRAI~ePLANESHIP T FJrn;2 923 W. Ui.wihyAn. .N .0:': Muir; Fr g, S S6 51 2~" ''' 0' r est rri other --h-d-p$,0 rm t deANALYSIS-her Gn FREE WI1HsUJsS IS posn OfP plugt, pts. cond HELP WANT a lbortn Jan. 31st 4,sned mel ettote snilper im@ N. M sI ST. NU4NE 372-5247 "r',""tsooilG Mor e udent wth own Or to -hobys" $ v old I 3t-5 pm ond house work ,I will in 5loi en,,rr'e 373 44'8 otter 5 pm( /NC 1W3 .ORVETTE COUPE fully mother im excell'wrt MPORTED PARTS & ACCESSORIES $645 "m3704oner pm FOR ALL FOREIGN CARS -Q,-,O-Jo. -bete ASK ABOT CUR SIUCOT DISCOUNT 'nrd'''ar' or 'psi 'hornvg retc MON -FRi. 9:006:O0 PM SAT. 10:00-2:00 PM WU4 Pno 1112 S. MAN T. 372.4341 3 Vre ,I kmahbork A r Au F ,ellr,,, cndt,o -o 37 8156 Atter rm Not w .5, II. mImi! I 0 trI 11.1k Mr GO -s$ '3 rise t rrr 'in 1 il'r, to 178 0129 ED son Or ,oiar i~e 377 pickarnd do light V Cam C 41 70qu'pped orid'ticn, g-St 7 pow p' brue ali 372 to matc n i1sa, r5pmr. d a dn iiD O (D~E TTE 'LAi.E WV by rind r.'nksor>,ii H0,nd,, I 388 3311 I J su A~r_ _"0' 73 p i PERSONAL r w cody iii be A n he ,,ah ci S n .e rrnt ; I h e h a 14 a a sF $ ch,24 V, M 74 i i24ne A Rk T 'ON iS LGAL n'r nro on low cost cl iart 'ons m n oder, ppro ved tar' ,oe al rHE [AOJS CE NTER 355 iAMM'E S APihVEO FROM [LOnNDN NOW flPEN Spat 'oling mn Ergiliih ha n's. Crop ba Coicr'oi Plo:0 7)6 W .'n'v_ Ave 7f 2M i~ S0t 53-pl Wedc.mr rw rcmion $11 Au) per 00 bistnest < ords $9 95 rubber Jrmps, e og,.a grsotffet pr lnmg Cliff Ha, PriqrOJN Main (J ER 50 Cl -KARATE LESSONS , i am$20 parm 'It NJi # A erin 131h 5S ] Mon ea oi Zia9 3787131 1 20T 60 P1 FALLOOINWG: LNMMAD EMlERY WEEK This week BACCHUS ALL THE BEER OR WINE YOU CARE TO DRINK Every MON. 800 Guys $ 2.00 Girls FREE 0 C' ~tbmdh Caqw4~ it G-nwt 1430 L.W. 1ilirns CODE YOUR CLASS EINS NOW --ewelers eru.,torservic. A he rn clorsSicr nr-GenorotonsForeig Car Service Ph. 378-401 505 N.W. 5th A ve. PERSONAL nFD tc 0 hoi rernoved per *'u'err'y Coil EdmutLnd Dwyer irt iooj'St over 20 years expmience ----39 FR 6) C) ii c0 or. pregnon, ond need help we ore 4.oil B'rtri'ght 377 4947 (J 24T -P womn get toeth-r PM Tu IC? N W 15, err For 'nfn Coil Jean ieeul 5350 c a noiyn 378-704 loyre 373-3287 oHer 5 i t-PO-p) 'ery Poperui Canodo's largest Service For catalogu, send 120t Essay Services, 57 Spadig Avenue Suie 2fl. lronro, On' Coriodo Also, campus represen ME WOEN J0 0eSI' N WaIw'de 'ravel Perect sunrnier lob SEAF x ept E o 'P0 8o2049. ort Angeles__Washington 9S362 (i or p) THIS WErK AT RAPP'S RACQUET SI4Ofl YOU CAN BUJY ANY RACQUET BALL RACQUJET OVER $15 AND REIE 2 fREE SEAMCO BALISI SEE OUR SELECTIC*N At I 5CB NW IS ST 372 7536 fi2 -72.p) Pondho's, Bookpacks, Packs W-tromes, Hiking Club ANlen, Aquatic & Trail Coee 3448 W Univ 3/34233{(1-r-72Are you a woman who believe, +n th. meet you I om o mole transfer student fromNYV who loves todonc. and totally nbeSfl C people Ieberotion Call JMMf V-3683 (.3-7t2-Pi Lost descended Skunk vicinity 264h $t and University Reward Piease help us 'nd our Fr'ernd Thanks Call 377 828) I C,'r oi ment sunglasses found Sun Jin 26 or' Murph., Couits Call to 'dentity Ott r OK ioao while h itchbik'ng thur cagi n afford new one onld need desperately for enqlnee,.mo ,iud~es 4EWA1D roil 37?79514 ii St1l_) 'rd (974 M's, Stat, Groduot'on-' Vroq nil fivord MDonotdo 376 132) Lost yein bani Pock (it Reit Union 'rwy porkm'g lot tuel r'tC after 9 30 I 'reed 't arnd the content' bock Reword .i tolri' 378 2729 1 72 P1 tosi blue uf spialo notebk i we'l please -alandrea ruff 378-7e62 (4 St 72 p) lost 'iger ,ir'ped kitten, w flec collar wti test 4 rnfoS NW 4th P1 4 l3th St 377 8203 pewd l-_2t 72p iaotbtock alet'n vicinmtyof broworde rather ly hal Is if you have any in iormnonr please contact Torm at 392 Q579 Reward (I 2t 72 p)} SERVICES EFjROfl ISRAEL AFRICA ASIA Irovel d',caunts year round Student Air Ircvel Agency, Inc 529 Roawell Rd Atlorio, Go 30a42, 252 3433 (M4tdT60 P) _ _ SLEEPY HCXIOW Horse Farn, feoinog rho f',est profemionol instruction the be-.t boarding foci tes its beautiful 373059 4663224 (mni 66p a SERVICES 5411 Realization Asuistonce A prosl rap on your Spifituol evolvement aided by your astrology Chad Denn~s 377 Al SQ .-JXtEOt Of ~U(.A TiON Need a typewr'ter colculalor, ditto mnochin.? 0r a phone from wh~ck you con roll? Th.and logsmore-areavailable in32) Noirmon Holl in lot7br) Undewate Phtogrphy Classes So in a l. C er vic rental air trps SV )Allens Aquatic & trail Center 3448 W_ Univ P3-9233 (m-fr-72-c) Frensch, Spanish, Italian tutring childen & adults. A A frernch experienced $4-5 hr Etrp olso an tech reQ irons DRy TTUGAs for springbreak di'r'"g scuba equipment provided E~iplor. irictio $5 inctude, ul Cbo ouse call Scuba Dynarmcs 373-5069 Im r 7 I Experienced iypist trll yp.termpapers. th.,li or disseraton Fast S accurate service at esonable rates Coll 373. 8923 (mt 5t 71 p} DIVE THE BAHAMAS SPRING BfAk fori,2.Sg oomr 2"42 ,noreinfo ph JahnAppelboom' 392-4755 (-sT-a5)I EtECTRUlVSI By oPPoicirent only Mrs J M. Karp telephone (tt}) 3765673 (n-0-4-p> WIREDFW SIGHT! *'the Ey.glanSuper Mord UNERST OPTICIA?* ,hS 4l Ave 378.44Wj GRE PREPARATION Course in GoineuvillIe 18 hrs .$35, course repeatable tree Coll 430) 654-7466 HYPNOSIS HlfPS PEWPtE ATtAIN GOALS BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MEiNTAL, ABIlLIW-STUDYING MEMORY ATHIETIa 373-3059. Donald G *roittCeflified. AAEH, FAflH nm.21t-48-p) I 'JOGSIN ALAStA" handbook how to waik and live 'in Ataso Latest pipeline ,nfotrnatior, $3 0 JIA. BOx 7 Norw'ch VI 05055 (M-15T4~3-P) Tutoring Ir basic math calculus cfhermistry, bioc hemisiry. phys'c. and biology Call Don nr 377 .I7se j St 73 p1 _ _ __ _ _ i lype Ear you term papers, reports theses, dissertations, etc Fost accurate and proofread Use IBM mrochine Noncie 376 5725 (m' 2' 73 pi NERE'S 1r $EE MORE WIE CAME TV B TV Channel, A weaTner channel, UPI News, New Yarlt Stock E xchange, 2 FM stations on TV Channels, andP9 FM and 4 AM stations on the F&4 band IUEVISIO CLE c, INC. In2N. MAIN SI. 1641.W. 1St ST. 1 DAY SERVICE FRANCHISED DEALER ALL ACCESSORIES CALL 377-DK 'THE FAMILY" STARRING CHARLES BRAONSON AND TELLY SAVALAS SHOWS 9 &t 11 TONIGHT Pt tie KU I I. .i~ maCjaw"M"RANCH Horn.s rernted by *h. Hr. AMo bonse. For asle. 59)1347: 20 ml. So of Gon.III. on new S I PINTS SUMITED ECI11O'N PRINTS 17W. UnIv. 37S-324 -e

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Pag. 12. The IndependnMForida AMlgator.Mondsy .hnbrary 3, 175 A. -Wa. s 4 OAINESVILLES NEWEST AND BEST CHINESE CUISINE AND COCKTAILS c~!~n.s. Chef 'os, N~ V ()~~ aGA SW fl* S'*!~~Dho~s )lI4 .Dl'ii 'aNR TAKEOU LUN*"' o. -M *1 on 0.---------------------I H APPY H OUR I FLIGHT OR DARK I Antony's PER 100Z. GLASS I 1 nyS921 W. UNIV. I I I OIFER GOOD~~~ WhOTCUN --I tt DOMINO'S PIZZA -FREE DLVRY Eostsde 37 6.33!? 2415 a i iT 1 1 r 1 l S I JOE S Cmi ho. on off.r you consi refuse. Supr lunch .dIs for '0 choose from at 1515 IS3 ST. -------------HIPPODROME THEATRE I TheRed preset .Lout' O off with hsmcupon I on WED. FEB. 5 I --RESRVAr1NI CAL 3747 *Ive your Sweetheart a hand painted1 SValentine Gilt & save at beait 50% I by doing It yourself. I (Well help you) I I We'll also give you a $2.00 discounti with this coupon. I I ~ C.m e,.d. .1St 1 1 Plaster Gallery l*."Shcn.b"'"e**." *73020 I I AlIEN'S GATOS HAUS -Eat-in Toke-out hov delvred w re any way you wont ar7 COUNTY KITCHEN evinghome countN' Beotspec ials$ S0 Cinesvill. IUvestock 5s nOW 2$ lunch At the Modket N Th* Sunsh n. Juk. Bcr 122 hom od. sop salds s MIKE'S BookstorePip.s Tooc Shop* Downtow I I I |I LI r SILO GANDALF S -win es cheeses brad fru s Mon week "oppy $ovr Mon r 4 7 guoronteed for all 2300 NW 4 ST. 377-9890 mportd bee & fine wne *fl oy Cur famous Snufty Burger at 1017 W Unlvensiy san. You can have' $7.92 Cal 376-44_2_ S hw I, b -'C. to p

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TIhe Indepj) flief Florida Alligator Monday. Pebnrnry .1975. Peg. 3 SR 0 FIBS vertime Gators By GREG FUORRERf Alligator Sports Editor ap Willhanwame back--and the Ganors besenior center dropped in seven pci it cldto lead UJI tO a 11-9 ( in m er QlniOdore' Saturday in Allhgator All's Williami and the Gawors. 4-5 in the SEC otras el to St arkesille. Miss to pilas M ire dlad he &t~ m an Ctn P the \ te, hilt rid &-I1 m I isssippi trill SIe I ThE GATORS acre pressed io the e xta I ei 0 a tei -iga 2 point lead they had built up %horthI .a ter the stari fthesecoind halt. But the hot shooting ol junior lOrard lelt :egnes and careless play by the Gators caused the score to he Even hen. intoo a20 foot lump 'hot by torn ard Gone 5h1 rfth nine seconds to go to tie the game. Both Sh> and Williams led Gator scorers .ith 24 points vhike guard' Mike Lederman and Bruno Cakdswel ltllowedl "IT WAS A remendou diappontment to lose the lead," aid head (jator coach John Lotz. But the final score was a peut cliniax to this day.' Thbe game was the culmination of 'Gator Basketball 4 r photo by chip hires UF CENTER CHIP WILLIAMS 24tpoints, I I rebounds in 'revival win a a a l).i. A n I t lP l CIe e a t e d He li)l uxaed W riimni het 6NBme ii the 'ear. us w&en cipr knvthe umnc about guiaid ( aldwell who had fi'e tili eld iL rummo eis Iowr to tust inc he ( *t\ l % 1 t (ommud1tre. '-2 mn the mer111 ~I det ands had scflred the firgt pomis to take at, X4lad li ,arors iitit'd their four L(orner offense 10 liel(nrtage it se'eral Cds% lavli1s that negated line inIl'rf~ji nht iw n the pail ot l-osnes and unior guard liiuI h Ih, F OSNES HIT I oin ro eHedadthe f'i rn he tee hio. line kor 2')p ,(iish Fehr addd 25 pnt andm he iinh or hei Vandy player to break min double Aigures was 1Hiat guJarl Joe Ford "ho scored 19 Itelt as a lo e w ta that it has been.'' said W illiams hei'ig niamed1 to t he pre-season All -Southastern Conferaec I-u iaerage 'tod a 0 abefr te, game He not only In Ii led that, but a st h plied down I I rebounds to lead all IN TONIGHT'S GAME, Mississippi State. with a 2-7 SEC m irk and b-Il overall. ill he led by two h-7 capers, senior Jier lenk ins and1 jnior I avo, W ilhams. Guard Rich photo by ondy newmonl PSSTI WE BEAT VANDY .Lot: lets Grubor in on good news (Knart's outside shooting adds another dimension to State's The Gators topped State in their conference opener back on Jan. 4. in f ront of a regionally televised audience. "But this time we're playing on their home court and the students up there have ways of making things happen." Lot said .overdue Chip B. LOUIS BRANCACCIO Alligator Sports Writr, Ship ltiami. I I-s suddIenls revived center, took a pen h ma si-sLAi -4ild bos and 'tribbled his name on the back of the bom o'it XAitow .iphs trom~ (hi, liase not been the hottest comnmtodits in 'he LI F cam pus lately As a matter of tat iiiutrIph hun Ier' ior Chi p's inme have been non-cexst ent ti Sear "THAT'S THr FIRST," (hip said ol the %oung boy's 1 qUts1 It ni a ko (Iip II ii reaIIy oulsi andimg performance or Ihr idit.n i seti shmiuni mi 24 oints and pulling down I I lbotiids Ileitdmi lie (Ito i ta 101 -)tmertimle nim against \ n er it luhp MII he plasd tiasreallh the samhe w as he has played in p[Cieii' Lgim.' .md( itrihuied his resurgence to getting the ILco me ll miiL'st I was able to shoot miore"he said. tHE PRISE.ASON ,ill-ctonierence pick 'aid he n a' unsure it ,a pitouis poIl ,hcinmis had aavthmng to do ,ith his miessnm *omeli \?iabe I hi' been pressmne but I don'r know." he said iil hiii wa pi esslg igamilsI Vriderhilt Sarurdas afternoon it onl shlint up eat K m I cotple it hissed layups 'TlIE WEREN'T talltri earls." Chip said Hot tter tie bot les. nnute'. Chip wtas the dominant i~ti i ii p11mt xivnes fromt (hips teammates looped over II\ miIh lefist ind mlii the hands elthe ti.X center, the esNW 'viithi iN Iasus for (hi;p and a r 2 point lead for lie (a 'ji revived BUT SUDDENLY UF's lead dwindled until Vandy had finally tied the game They (Vanderbill) did a good job on us." Chip said. explaning the Commnodor's comeback. "But we made some dumb mistakes." With nineseconds remainig and the score tied. Vaindy had a chance to win it all. But the Giators applied a strong defense and with one click left on the clock. Vandy took a desperate ump shot that hit the rim and fell short. CHIP'S RIGHT HAND raised high in the air as he came oil the court, waiting for the overtime period to begin. He sensed the Gators impending victory. "I knew at that time we would win It might be easy to say non hut I knew it," Chip said. UF went down by two at the onset ol the overtime period and surprised the 4.i00 tans on hand by going io their stall. tour corner tiflense "WE'VE BEEN trying to tell people all year long that the four corner Isn't always a stall olkensive. I have all the confldrncc in the world in the four corner." Chip said And indeed he should. With the middle opened up because of the spread offensive, Chip moved through Vandy for easy layups. vaulting the Gator's to an II point win. "It was probably my best gamic this ycar," Chip said. THE LITT'LE BOY returned and asked Chip to sign his coat again "I think I already got ya tella,'"Chip told the admirer But Chip got more than a request from a fan He jgot his old stuff' back. And that could spell trouble for the Gator's ienmaiming opponents and could open up the Southeastern (onfrence race-a race that Chip said is by no means over. Grapp ers take By CHRIS GARRIn AllIgator SptaWit.r Water s.itnessifiM the Wildesl match I've fip ." flrst year Head reshng coach Gary SChneider sat in the G awnrs "restlw1 room.i looking like he himself 'testled a nhatch. tith a 'ide grin ott his lace. 'l'n comipletegy elated."' laid Schneider after his ff"pplers had defeated 15th milked Kentucky Z4-i8 when LIF heatyflipht Mark Tetten nndhis foe Friay night as Ste 2.000 pluis fans in Alk a Afley wnt Aid squad could heal rhe (a ors could only sas to schuieider. "ne'll see 'ou in t 4G.' aIner hi' team totwhi ipiind suk.only to tohe in (he jinl bot t The exuberant Schneider had oni, hwgh iralse lor lhe Wildcat. "Kentucky is a jantjstie leant, and deserve' eser.bit of their national i .nkimg.' li said. SCH NEIDER A DDED that he think, hi, Gator squad should be tanked inw particularly after their match n ith KentuCks -he (ia'"ii 30th ,tvaight dart meet .ictinm. The Fida, night Irent> .t dn *nr U 1* nhtf Ihet' wild match, A ier lie (iio' II iouinder 8,1b Robert' deteiled uarrct Htadly 3.2. Kent icks came ,ack strong tegiitiir t'o ris (iat 2, -pounder Vie HAllos a'illmni for Artie Hal'erm'tn, s ho's been ineligible this quarter. bought hard before Wildcat Jini Carr tinned hint iith 52 seconds leftt their maichi Cars en-Ohmiafl and who's recorded ,i 22-0 niark i season 'as lust tOO miuchi for Hol iowa, -normia I118 pioundet GATOR MIKE COLLINS, 134. got caught on hts back in ihe second Period of his ma.tch and Kentuck> stas off toaquick start run record to 30 SWAW SE SAWLE 44 -0 i-a by a f-I

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PO.e 14Th. Independent FRoddo Aihgoor Monday Februory 3. 1975 Lady I UF'S WOMEN'S SWIMMING team was overwhelmed by a Unnersity of Miami powerhouse 98-33 in Florida Pool Saturday Ihe Iady Gators. who had been undefeated in dual meet competition since 1971. were no match for the Hurricanes who boast eight All-American swimmers, including 1972 Olympian Jenny Bait,. ABOUT 300 PEOPLE watched what everyone claims is the best swimming team in the country (UM) make a clean sweep of all but two events. Lady Gater freshman Ronnie Broyles took the only two Florida wins in the 50 and I rn-yard backstroke. Broyles qualified bor the Association of intercollegiate Athletics for Wonien (LAW) Nationals in pool record mn the 50. Florida Pool records were broken in every event except the 141D backstroke FLORIDA'S ASSISTANT coach "Mo" Hughes was not discouraged after the meet,. ator Sports "One du mie iet dth not .4 seaI'T make" she grinned. adding that the Lady Gators have another svx weeks in their season SF 'S W oM EN S GYMNASTICS team took neet in Athen ,i. 10~lFriday night over the University of Pe Lady Caters scored a total of 88.19. over Georgia's 78 Ii, and Furman University's hI 21 Gator coach Sandy Philips. obviously pleased with the wmn. said her women really did a nice lob. I can see the inmprovements They have gained poise, and really looked 'ery professional."' Philips said. parallel barsue bya Gerg were not regulation, and "there was a great deal of adjustment needed. We adapted very well, took it in stride and took all three places," added the coach. On Saturday the gymnastics ean, ended a sueCSSIUI '.eckend on the road w mnmig a second double dual m eet against Auburn and Georgia College. FLORIDA'S 86.20 took first place honors over Georgia's 83.9) and Auburn's third place 78.75. I he Lady Gators were trailing after vaulting but managed to squeeze ahead by Iwo points on the bars. "We barely hung onto our lead during the beam." said Lady Gator coach Sandy Philipis, adding, "We really turned on for the floor exercise -doing a super show job." U F'S WO ME N' S BACKETBALL team won one and dropped on Saturday inv the three-day Flagler The Lady Gator cagers. still not out of the running for first place honors, beat the University of Miami Saturday morning 58-45. They had beaten Miami-Dade Cornniunity College North Friday Te ato luck didn't hold up against Flager College and they were downed 83-60. Florida coach Paula Welch blamed lack of proper defense for the loss. 'We just gave Flagler too much room when theyhad the ball," said ANDY COHEN GREG FORRER RICK ADELMAN LOUIS BRANCACCIO Cais GARBITY CONSENSUS FLORIDA BY 9 FLORIDA BY 8 MISS. DV 2 MISS. BY 3 FLORIDA BY 10 FLORIDA BY 4 ADVERTISING EA AN: ~1 4 -J FOR ACCEPTING 41PPI4ICATIONS FOR THlE POSITIONS OF:* PR ODUCTIONS COOR DINA TOR a nd Student Government COOR DINA TOR H AS BEEN EX TENDED TO W EDN ESDA Y, F EB, 5th to iihh Cib to I t he St tde n Go vernament 4 )fie. Reunm 305 J. Waavne WednesdaYv .s Re it', uniom. Deadline p).mi. aR Handcrafted Leather Plants Jewelry Pottery Custom Leather Work Our Specialty Purses e Belts o Wallets.e Sandals Travel Bags e Coats e Jackets.e Pants ~1131W.Univ. .Mon-Sat 10.6 W QpLtiiida M%9Wniggu 6a Predictions

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Pcg* Ia The IndeendenMorda AJIlegor Monday. Fflrvo'y 3, l975 'it i"IAII. A~U4 .7, AL ii, *~ S It's Tax 1imm again and ttuis year is even worse Basdes this, aillof those nagging bills con amount to enough to leave little or nothing for the other necessities of lifel CONSOLIDATE cli of those bilts, pay yar taxes and end up with less of a mnthy output. Come i to talk ft over.we're specialists at solving those kind ol probleilt I